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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10

DAR ID Number: 41300 Miss Aurelie Williams; born in Hawesville [Hancock Co], Kentucky. Descendant of Samuel Hawes, of Virginia. Daughter of Hamilton Williams and Ann Hawes, his wife. Granddaughter of William F. Hawes and Aurelia COMBE, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Richard Hawes and Clara Walker, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Hawes and Anne Walker, his wife, m. 1751. Samuel Hawes, (1727-80), was a member of the Committee of Caroline county where he was born and died. His oldest son, Samuel, served as an officer. Also Nos. 20335, 31432, 34634, 35280.

DAR ID Number: 9051 Miss Hattie Lee Larrabee; born in Kentucky. Descendant of Capt. Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., and Alexander Potter, of Maine; Capt. Joseph Bulkley and Lieut. John Hubbell, of Connecticut; Gov. Thomas Sim Lee, of Maryland. Daughter of Prof. John Albert Larrabee, M. D., and Harriet Winslow Bulkley, his wife. Granddaughter of John Rogers Larrabee and Martha Cowing COOMBS his wife; William Henry Bulkley and Sarah Lee Riggs, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim Larrabee and Jane Rogers, his wife; Uriah Bulkley and Jane Sayre, his wife; Daniel COOMBS and Deborah Cowing, his wife; Samuel Riggs and Matilda Lee, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., and Lydia Bailey, his wife; John Rogers and Jane Potter, his wife; Thomas Sim Lee and Mary Digges, his wife; Joseph Bulkley and Ellen Hubbell, his wife; Stephen COOMBS and Mindwell Dow, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hubbell and Ellen Burr, his wife; and of Alexander Potter. Benjamin Larrabee, Jr., entered the army as captain, as did also his brother Nathaniel. Alexander Potter, at the age of sixty-five, turned out from Topsham at the first call for troops. Joseph Bulkley served through the war and died in 1851, in the house where he was born, aged ninety-two. Also № 2917. John Hubbell served with the Fairfield company in the Coast Guard and in the Burgoyne campaign. Also № 4679. Thomas Sim Lee, 1779-83, was governor of Maryland, when he was elected to the Continental Congress. He died in 1819, at the age of seventy-five.

DAR ID Number: 9236 Miss Rebecca Reynolds Secor; born in New York. Descendant of Corp. Isaac Brown, of New York. Daughter of Isaac Secor and Anna Maria Reynolds, his wife. Granddaughter of Noah Secor and Anna Brown, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Brown and Sarah Shute, his wife. Isaac Brown, before he was of age, served under Capt. George Combs, Col. Joseph Drake's regiment, of Westchester militia, detailed to guard the banks of the Hudson. Also № 5850.

DAR ID Number: 9406 pp.149-50: Mrs. Eliza Ferry Leary; born in Illinois. Wife of John Leary. Descendant of Sergt. Kimball Prince. Daughter of Elisha Peyre Ferry and Sarah Brown Kellogg, his wife. Granddaughter of Dr. David Kellogg and Sarah Prince, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Hezekiah Prince and Isabella COOMBS, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Kimball Prince and Deborah Fuller, his wife. Kimball Prince, who had fought at Louisberg, was sergeant during the Revolution in the Connecticut Line and received a pension for his services.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11

DAR ID Number: 10275 Mrs. Julia Cilley Lazell; born in Maine. Wife of Ellis Draper Lazell. Descendant of Gen. Joseph Cilley, of New Hampshire; Lieut. Joseph COOMBS, of Maine. Daughter of Jonathan Cilley and Deborah Prince, his wife. Granddaughter of Greenleaf Cilley and Jenny Nealley, his wife; Hesekiah Prince and Isabella COOMBS, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Cilley and Sarah Longfellow, his wife; Joseph COOMBS and Isabella Gamble, his wife. Joseph Cilley gave valuable service from the news of Lexington to the close of the war. For his bravery in many battles he received the commendation of the Assembly. He was President of the State Society of the Cincinnati, and died in 1799 at Nottingham, where he was born in 1734. Also Nos. 63, 1254, 2958, 5265, 7853, 8309, 9712. Joseph COOMBS, 1779, served in the disastrous Biguyduce expedition. He died in 1817, aged sixty-five.

DAR ID Number: 10440 Mrs. Jessie Cutler Butterfield; born in Illinois. Wife of Dr. Everett H. Butterfield. Descendant of Lieut. Abijah Cutler, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Asa Ellis Cutler and Lucy Smith, his wife. Granddaughter of Abijah Cutler and Mary B. Snow, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Asa Cutler andMary Combs, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abijah Cutler and Elizabeth Abbott, his wife. Abijah Cutler, 1776, served as lieutenant in Capt. Tilly Rice's company, Col. James Converse's Worcester county regiment. He died at Brookfield in 1795, aged sixty-five.

See also Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA 1796 for marriage record of Mary Combs to Asa Cutler

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 14

DAR ID Number: 13088 Mrs. Grace B. Calvert Woodworth; born in Connecticut. Wife of Frank W. Woodworth. Descendant of Amos Avery, of Connecticut. Daughter of Jeremiah Combs Calvert and Alice Franklin, his wife. Granddaughter of John Calvert andFrances Combs, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Combs and Jerusha Avery, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amos Avery and Mary Avery, his wife. Amos Avery, (1753-1831), turned out from New London at the Lexington Alarm. He enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Jonathan Brewster's company, Huntington's regiment. He was wounded at Fort Griswold and was on the invalid pension list at the time of his death, at Groton.

DAR ID Number: 13148 Mrs. Helen Clark COOMES Colton; born in Massachusetts. Wife of Olcott Bliss Colton. Descendant of Gideon Colton, of Massachusetts. Daughter of William W. COOMES and Lucretia Colton Clark, his wife. Granddaughter of Ebenezer Clark and Delia Colton, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Gideon Colton and Lucretia Walworth, his wife. Gideon Colton, (1763-1850), enlisted at the age of sixteen and served as guard at Springfield in Capt. John Carpenter's company. He was born and died at Longmeadow.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15

DAR ID Number: 14348 Mrs. Lydia F. Warner Paddock; born in Connecticut. Wife of Charles Stoughton Paddock. Descendant of James Dickey, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Stephen Charles Warner and Letitia Murdock Combs, hiswife. Granddaughter of David Combs and Mary Robinson Dickey, hiswife. Gr-granddaughter of James Dickey and Lydia Florence, his wife (m.1788). James Dickey, (1753-1849), served as a Minute Man, 1775, and enlisted, 1777, as a private at Merrimac, NH, in Capt. Amos Morrell's company, Col. Joseph Cilley's Continental regiment. He served under different commands until the close of the war and was honorably discharged at Windsor, N.Y., 1783. He applied for a pension from Southbridge, Mass., and was a pensioner from Stirling, Mass., where he died.

DAR ID Number: 14349 Mrs. Letitia Murdock Combs Warmer; born in Massachusetts. Wife of Stephen Charles Warner. Descendant of James Dickey. Daughter of David Combs and Mary Robinson Dickey, his wife. See № 14348.

DAR ID Number: 14350 p.130 [p.130] Mrs. Mary Letitia Warner Hotchkiss; born in Connecticut. Wife of Eldridge William Hotchkiss. Descendant of James Dickey. Daughter of Stephen Charles Warner and Letitia Murdock Combs, his wife. See № 14348.

DAR ID Number: 14351 Mrs. Ella Warner Perry; born in Connecticut. Wife of Arthur Rodney Perry. Descendant of James Dickey. Daughter of Stephen Charles Warner and Letitia Murdock Combs, his wife. See № 14348.

DAR ID Number: 14516 Mrs. Ella M. White COOMBS; born in Illinois. Wife of Eugene Chandler COOMBS. Descendant of William White and Ephraim Goss, of New Hampshire. Daughter of James Whitney White and Almira Jenks, his wife. Granddaughter of Jonathan White and Sally Bathrick Goss, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William White and Betsey Shearer, his wife: Ephraim Goss and Anah Bathrick, his wife. William White, (1750-1837), turned out at the Lexington Alarm, served at Cambridge, New York and Saratoga. He was born at Lunenburg, Mass., and died at Peterboro, NH Ephraim Goss, (1767-1840), at the age of fifteen, enlisted for three years. He was bornat Amherst, where he died. His wife lived to be 105 and was a pensioner until 1875. Also Nos.1007, 2418.

DAR ID Number: 14529 Miss Letitia Clay Hedges; born in Kentucky. Descendant of Joseph Hedges, of Kentucky. Daughter of Samuel Hedges and Rebekah Barbour Moran, his wife. Granddaughter of Joseph Hedges and Sarah Biggs, his wife. Joseph Hedges, (1743-1804), enlisted for the war in Capt. John Combs company, Continental regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Oliver Spencer, 1777-80. He was born in Maryland and died in Kentucky.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16

DAR ID Number: 155143 pp.47-48: Miss Mary E. Schenck; born in Burlington, Iowa. Descendant of Ensign Isaac Plume, Rev. Benjamin DuBois and Col. John Smock, as follows:

  1. Walter Schenck (b.1848) m. Emma Combs (b.1856).
  2. Isaac Plume Schenck (1809-77) m. 2d 1848 Catherine DuBois (1821-1908).
  3. Garret Alexander Schenck (1783-1836) m. 1807 Mary Plume (1783-1856); Daniel DuBois (1778-1858) m. 1803 Elisabeth Conover (1784-1875).
  4. Isaac Plume m. 2d 1780 Annache Van Wagenen (1752-1816); Benjamin DuBois m. 1766 Phoebe DaNise (1744-1839); Jacob Conover m. 2d Eleanor Smock (1756-88).
  5. John Smock m. 1747 Eizabeth Conover (Covenhoven) (1725-1812). Isaac Plume (1734-99) in 1776 was ensign in Capt. Joseph Allyn's company of minutemen. He was born and died in Newark, N. J. Also № 106790. Benjamin DuBois (1739-1827) was a clergyman and also a volunteer in the New Jersey militia. He was born in Salem County; died at Brick Church, N. J. John Smock (1727-1808) served as captain, lieutenant colonel and colonel in the Monmouth County, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Holmdel, N. J. Also № 148830.

DAR ID Number: 155241 Mrs. Virginia Mullen Howe; born in Belleville, Ill. Wife of Merle H. Howe. Descendant of John Primm, as follows:

  1. C. Thomas Mullen (b.1860) m. 1884 Annie C. Reynolds (b.1862).
  2. Nathan J. Reynolds (1832-63) m. 1859 Mary Jane Primm (1836-1919).
  3. Aram Primm (1799-1884) m. 1825 Jael Million.
  4. John Primm m. 1777 Elizabeth Hansbrough (1761-1832). John Primm (1750-1837) enlisted, 1777, in Captain COOMBS' company, Col. Thomas Mountjoy's regiment, Virginia militia. In 1833 was pensioned for service as private. He was born in Stafford Co, VA.; died in St. Clair County, Ill. Also № 137841.

DAR ID Number: 155247 p.80 Mrs. Lorena Hortense Robinson Medberry; born in Bloomington, Ill. Wife of Harold Medberry. Descendant of Adj. William Robinson, Luke Ford, Jacob Ford, Thomas Colton, Capt. John Stephens, John COOMES, John COOMES, Jr., Nathaniel Prior, Reuben Leonard, and John Hersey, as follows:

  1. James E. Robinson (1844-1920) m. 1897 Georgiana Ford (b.1877).
  2. Henry M. Robinson (1814-86) m. 1842 Nancy Allison (1818-86); Hiram Ford (1850-88) m. 1876 Rosalia Hund (b.1853).
  3. James Robinson (1787-1856) m. 1811 Amelia Wood (1788-1815); John Chandler Ford (1823-1904) m. 1847 Sarah Ann Coomes (1822-1910).
  4. William Robinson m. 2d Margaret See Roach (1745-1815); Alexander COOMES (1796-1858) m. 1822 Cornelia Leonard (1804-75); Adam Ford (b.1784) m. 1805 Susanna Hersey (b.1784).
  5. Luke Ford m. 1766 Hannah Reed (b.1746); John Hersey m. Experience Thomas (d. 1813); John COOMES, Jr., m. 1784 Joanna Colton (1764-1848); Robert Leonard (b.1764 )m. 1795 Lucy Stephens.
  6. Jacob Ford m. 1733 Sarah Pool (1717-88); Reuben Leonard, Jr. (1742-1830), m. 1764 Martha Lewis;John COOMES m. 1762 Mindwell Prior (b.1746); Thomas Colton m. 1748 Deborah Dudley (1724-1822); John Stephensm. 1759 Phoebe Howe (1742-1811).
  7. Reuben Leonard m. 1739 Miriam Day (1718-91); Nathaniel Prior m. 1725 Ann Pease (1705-73). William Robinson (1743-1815) served as adjutant of the 5th and 9th Virginia regiments under Lieut. Col. O. Towles. He was born in Augusta County, Virginia; died in Coshocton County, Ohio. Also № 122818. Luke Ford served as private under Lieutenant Bates, Major Carey, Captain Snow and Colonels Mitchell and Hawes. He was born 1742, in Abington, Mass. Jacob Ford (1711-94) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Captains Partridge and Cobb, Colonels Cushing and Mitchell. He was born and died in Abington, Mass. Thomas Colton (1719-1808) was a private in Capt. Gideon Burt's company, Col. Daniel Leonard's regiment, which marched to reinforce [p.80] the northern army at Ticonderoga. He was born in Springfield; died in Long Meadow, Mass. Also № 76639. John Stephens (1737-1801) was captain of Burrall's Connecticut state regiment. He was born in Plainfield, Conn.; died in Washington, Mass. John COOMES (1730-1811) served as private in Capt. Hezekiah Parson's company, Col. Benjamin Herman's 4th Connecticut regiment. He was born in Enfield; died in Stafford, Conn. John COOMES, Jr. (1762-1851), served as a private in the Connecticut troops. He was born in Enfield, Conn.; died in Long Meadow, Mass. Reuben Leonard (1716-1805) was selectman of West Springfield, Massachusetts, during the Revolutionary War. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass. Nathaniel Prior (1702-85) rendered material aid to the Colonies. He was born and died in Enfield, Conn. John Hersey (1753-1815) served as private in Capt. Wm. Reed's company, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Abington; died in Cummington, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17

DAR ID Number: 16810 Mrs. Adelaide Cowee Clark; born in Chelsea, Maine. Descendant of Lieut. William Getchell, of Maine. Daughter of George Cowee and Mary Annie Dalton, his wife. Granddaughter of William A. R. Dalton and Susan Ann Getchell, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Charles Getchell and Hannah Roberts, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jesse Getchell and Molley COMBES, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Getchell and Leniah Getchell, his wife. William Getchell served as second lieutenant in the Sixth Brunswick company, Cumberland county regiment, 1776. He was born in Brunswick, Me., 1740, where he died.

DAR ID Number: 16885 Mrs. Laura Sikes Bangs COOMES; born in Springfield, Massachusetts. Wife of James K. COOMES. Descendant of Allen Bangs, Corp. Joseph Bangs and James Sikes, of Massachusetts; Dr. Reuben Champion. Daughter of Freeman Sears Bangs and Elizabeth Sikes, his wife. Granddaughter of Joseph Bangs and Desire Sears, his wife; Rufus Sikes and Azubah Champion, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Allen Bangs and Rebecca Howes, his wife; Jamec Sikes and Dinah Hitchcock, his wife; Reuben Champion and Lydia Duncan, his wife (m. 1755). Allen Bangs, (1734-93), was a minuteman at the Alarms of Lexington, Dartmouth and Falmouth. He was born in Brewster, Mass., where he died. Joseph Bangs, (1757-1809), served as a private at the Lexington Alarm and as corporal in the sea coast defense. He was born in Yarmouth, Mass., and died in Hawley, Mass. Also Nos. 1745, 5867, 6822, 7113. James Sikes, (1719-93),served as a member of the Committee of Correspondence. He was born in Springfield, Mass., where he died. Reuben Champion, (1727-1777), served as surgeon at Ticonderoga, where he died of camp fever. He was born in Lyme, Conn. His son Reuben received a pension for service in the Revolution. Also Nos. 1448, 2327, 4285, 12301.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 18

DAR ID Number: 17446 p.170: Mrs. Kate Gregory Robert; born in Halifax County, North Carolina. Wife of Harry Coombs Robert. Descendant of Col. John Bradford, of North Carolina. Daughter of Frederick William Gregory and Laura Alice Mitchell, his wife. Granddaughter of Thomas Lawrence Baker Gregory and Frances Whitaker Pittman, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Gregory and Mary Bradford, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Bradford and Dorothy Miriam Burgess, his wife. John Bradford was a member of the Committee of Safety when appointed colonel of Halifax county militia, 1775. He served several terms in the Provincial Congress and was a member when the Constitution of the State was adopted, 1776. He was born in Halifax county and died there in 1787.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19

DAR ID Number: 18299 Miss Pamelia Sarah Warner; born in Pomfret, Connecticut. Descendant of John Combs, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Addison Gazlay Warner and Angeline Elizabeth Gleason, his wife. Granddaughter of Guy Gleason and Parmelia Combs, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John Combs and Eunice Shepard, his wife. John Combs, (1757-1848), was placed on the pension roll of Worcester county at the age of seventy-six for service of private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Warren, Mass., where he died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 20

DAR ID Number: 19071 Mrs. Angeline Elizabeth Gleason Gazlay; born in Pomfret, Connecticut. Wife of Henry Martin Gazlay. Descendant of John Combs, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Guy Gleason and Parmelia Combs, his wife. Granddaughter of John Combs and Eunice Shepard, his wife.John Combs, (1757-1848), enlisted as a private, 1777. He was born and died in Warren, where he received a pension. Also № 18299.

DAR ID Number: 19711 p.265 [p.265] Mrs. Ruth Hawthorn Griffith; born in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Wife of Charles Griffith. Descendant of Daniel Riley, of New Jersey. Daughter of Enoch Hawthorn and Mary Riley, his wife. Granddaughter of James Riley and Ruth COOMBS, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Riley and Priscilla Thompson, his wife. Daniel Riley, (1758-1837), enlisted, 1780, in Capt. Charles Allen's company of State troops and was transferred to the Continental Line. He was born and died in Cumberland County, N. J.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21

DAR ID Number: 20831 Mrs. Marie De Raisines COMBES; born in Jamaica, New York. Wife of Abbot C. COMBES. Descendant of William Chaffee, of Connecticut. Daughter of J. F. de Raisines and Martha E. Holt, his wife. Granddaughter of Moses P. Holt and Hannah Chaffee, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William Chaffee and Mary Whipple, his wife. William Chaffee, (1756-1834), was placed on the pension roll of Hartford County, 1818, for service of private in the Connecticut Line. He was at the storming of Stony Point. He was born and died in Enfield. Also № 8657.

DAR ID Number: 20946 Mrs. Mary Alyce Combs Lemmon; born in Washington County, Iowa. Wife of J. E. Lemmon. Descendant of Capt. John Combs, of New Jersey. Daughter of Dr.J. B. Combs and Mary J. McClelland, his wife. Granddaughter of John Combs (1798-1871) and Jane BROWN, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John Combs (d. 1820) and Elizabeth B. Combs, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Combs. John Combs commanded a company, 1777, in FREEMAN'S Continental troops until 1779, when he died.

Notes: See John & Jane BROWN Combs of Butler Co, OH and biography of Joseph Combs of Clinton Co, IN which states that RW John Combs of m Elizabeth BOWNE.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 22

DAR ID Number: 21079 pp.28-29: Mrs. Eleanor Kingsland Robbins; born in St. Louis, Missouri. Wife of Edward Combs Robbins. Descendant of Isaac Kingsland. Daughter of George B. Kingsland and Eliza A. Ferguson, his wife. See Nos. 21071, 21078.

DAR ID Number: 21209 p.78 Mrs. Lucina Eleanor Stone; born in Syracuse, New York. Wife of Seymour H. Stone. Descendant of Ephraim Leech, Jr., and of Jesse Cady, of Connecticut. Daughter of William Apling Robinson and Lucia Emeline Leech, his wife. Granddaughter of William Allan Leech (b.1785) and Lucinda Cady (b.1785), his wife, m. 1803. Gr.- granddaughter of Ephraim Leech, Jr., and Phebe COOMBS, his wife; Jesse Cady and Eunice Ward, his wife, m. 1780. Ephraim Leech, Jr., (1751-1843), was among those who mounted their horses and responded to the call at the Danbury Alarm, when the drum was beat on the steps of the [p.78] meeting house at Goshen. He removed to New York in 1800, where he died, in Onondaga County. Jesse Cady was appointed, 1779, surveyor of the county of Hartford. He was born in Killingly, 1752.

DAR ID Number: 21703 pp.256-7: Mrs. Josephine Richardson Barnes; born in West Boylston, Massachusetts. Wife of Alfred Cutler Barnes. Descendant of Lieut. Elijah Stearns, Sergt. Thomas Bliss, Lieut. Luke Richardson and Eliakim Phelps, Jr., of Massachusetts. Daughter of Henry Augustus Richardson and Harriet Delano Bliss, his wife. Granddaughter of Artemas Richardson and Eliza Stearns, his wife; Thomas Bliss, Jr., and Asenath Phelps, his wife, m. 1813. Gr-granddaughter of Luke Richardson, Jr., and Relief Fuller, his wife; Josiah Stearns and Ruth Hunt, his wife, m. 1795; Thomas Bliss and Sarah King, his wife; Eliakim Phelps, Jr., and Margaret COOMBES, his wife, m. 1778. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Luke Richardson and Damaris Carter, his wife; Elijah Stearns and Lucy Lane, his wife, m. 1760; Eliakim Phelps (1709-52) and Elizabeth Davis, his second wife. Elijah Stearns, (1735-1801), served as private and lieutenant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born and died in Rutland, Massachusetts. Also № 11100. Thomas Bliss, (1742-1806), served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Joseph Thompson. He was born and died in Brimfield. Also № 20237. Luke Richardson, (1734-1812), served as lieutenant in the Eighth Worcester County Regiment. He was born and died in Leominster. Eliakim Phelps, Jr., (1755-1824), held many civil offices of trust in Belchertown, Mass.; where he died.


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