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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 25

DAR ID Number: 28486 p.178: Mrs. Sara B. JOHNSON Cowles; born in Matawan, New Jersey. Wife of Herbert Towne Cowles. Descendant of Col. Asher Holmes, Capt. Henry Johnson, John Rue and John Conse, all of New Jersey. Daughter of Henry W. Johnson and Katharine Conover, his wife. Granddaughter of William Henry Johnson and Anna Conse, his wife; Garrett P. Conover and Sarah Hubbard, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Henry Johnson, Jr. and Rachel Goble, his wife; John Conse and Mary Rarick, his wife, m. 1784; Peter H. Conover and Mary Rue, his wife; Elias Hubbard and Huldah Holmes, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Henry Johnson and Susannah Hoover, his wife; John RUE and Anne COMBS (1751-89), his first wife, m. 1777 [ Middlesex Co, NJ?]; Asher Holmes and Sarah Watson, his wife. Asher Holmes, (1740-1808), was major of the first regiment, 1776 and, 1778, hadrisento the rank of colonel. He was at Germantown, Trenton, Monmouth and was in command when the privateer brig "Britannia" was captured, 1779. He was born in Monmouth Co., NJ, where he died. Henry Johnson, (1737-1826),was quartermaster of the second regiment, Sussex County militia and rose to the rank of captain. He was born in Readington; died in Frankford, N.J. Also Nos. 4725, 17274, 27393. John Rue, (1754-1844), served several short enlistments as a private. He was placed on the pension roll of Middlesex County, 1831, for service in the New Jersey militia. He is buried in Cranbury, NJ John Conse, (1759-1845), enlisted at seventeen; was at Germantown and served in the commissary department.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28

DAR ID Number: 27016 Mrs. Marcia S. Andrews; born in Cortland, New York. Wife of Charles ANDREWS. Descendant of Ephraim LEACH, Jr., of Connecticut. Daughter of William Henry SHANKLAND and Luicia Emmeline CLARK, his wife. Granddaughter of William CLARK and Phebe LEACH, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Ephraim LEACH, Jr., and Phebe COOMBS, his wife. Ephraim LEACH, 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 meeting house at Goshen. He was born in New London, Conn.; removed to New York, 1800; died in Onondaga Co. [NY] Also № 21209.

DAR ID Number: 27593 p.219 Mrs. Florence Mildred CUMMINGS Wright; born in Bangor, Maine. Wife of Willis Wright. Descendant of Joseph Penley and of Samuel Haines, of Maine. Daughter of Frederick Alton Cummings and Mary Emma Lancaster, his wife. Granddaughter of George W. Cummings and Ann Haines, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Reuben Haines and Jane Penley, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Haines and Hannah Seavey, his wife, m. 1762; Joseph Penley and Thankful Moody, his second wife. Joseph Penley, (1756-1844), enlisted for service in Rhode Island, 1779, and served, 1780, under Capt. Peter COOMBS. He was born in Gloucestershire, England; died in Danville, Me. Also № 7620. Samuel Haines, (1737-1821), served as a private in Capt. Jonathan Andrews' Company from Scarboro, Col. Reuben Hogg's regiment of Cumberland County militia. Also Nos. 11024, 20776.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30

DAR ID Number: 29293 p.106 Mrs. Charlotte J. SINK Cumings; born in Rome, New York. Wife of Capt. Henry Harrison CUMINGS. Descendant of John RUE and of William WILLIS, of New Jersey. Daughter of Andrew Jackson Sink and Sarah Catharine Rue, his wife. Granddaughter of Jacob Sink and Camilla Carroll, his wife; Matthew RUE (b.1782) and Charlotte Higgins, his third wife. Gr-granddaughter of James Carroll and Wealthy Willis, his wife; John RUE and Ann COMBS (1751-89), his first wife, m. 1777.Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Willis and Bersheba Bromley, his wife. John RUE, (1754-1844), served several short enlistments as a private. He was placed on the pension roll of Middlesex Co [NJ], 1831, for service in the New Jersey militia. He is buried in Cranbury, [Middlesex Co] NJ Also № 28486. William Willis, (1740-82), served as a private in the New Jersey militia.

DAR ID Number: 29431 pp. 158-9: Mrs. Marian A. Conklin; born in Kendall County, Illinois. Wife of Lemuel H. CONKLIN. Descendant of Henry MIZNER and of Mahlon COOMBS. Daughter of John W. COOMBS and Milley MISNER, his wife. Granddaughter of Israel COOMBS and - Bolan, his wife; Demarcus Misner and Milley Haymond, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Mahlon COOMBS and Rebecca Norton, his wife; Henry Mizner and Barbara Stacker, his wife. Henry Mizner, (1759-1848), was placed on the pension roll 1832, for fifteen months's actual service as a private in the Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Berks Co., Pa.; died in Kendall Co., Ill.Mahlon COOMBS, (1759-1834), was placed on the pension roll, 1823, for one year's actual service as private in the Virginia Line. He was born in Loudon Co., Va.; died in Licking Co., Ohio.

See Also Vol. 38

DAR ID Number: 29663 Mrs. Gertrude COOMBS Campbell; born in Mt. Vernon [Knox Co], Ohio. Wife of Noble Thomas Campbell. Descendant of John COOMBS, of Virginia. Daughter of Presley COOMBS and Ann Stuart Ryan, his wife. Granddaughter of John COOMBS and Nancy Vinnander, his wife. John COOMBS, (1754-1849), was placed on the pension roll, 1831, for service as private in the Virginia militia. He was born in Loudoun Co., Va., and died there. Also № 90.

See Also Vol. 48 and Vol.49

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32

DAR ID Number: 31344 Mrs. Anne COMBS Porter; born in Morris, [Grundy Co] Illinois. Wife of L. Ewing Porter. Descendant of Capt. Noah LANGDON. Daughter of James R. COMBS and Sara M. TINKHAM his wife. Granddaughter of James R. COMBS and Elmina AVERY, his wife.Gr-granddaughter of Samuel AVERY (1770-1849) and Rebecca Langdon (1773-1850), his wife, m. 1796. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Noah Langdon and Rebecca Porter(1731-1819), his wife. Noah Langdon, (1728-1817), was captain of the 8th Tyringham Company 1776. His company saw active service at Bennington and the Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Farmington, Conn.; died in Tyringham, Mass. Also Nos. 9750,30447.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34

DAR ID Number: 33553 Mrs. Mary BLACKLEDGE Coombs; born in New York, N. Y. Wife of George I. COOMBS. Descendant of John Blackledge, of New Jersey. Daughter of John McClure and Catharine Elizabeth Blackledge, his wife. Granddaughter of Adam Blackledge and Elizabeth Von Brockel, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John Blackledge and Phoebe Winans, his wife. John Blackledge, (1756-1800), served as a private in Capt. Benjamin Laing's Company, First regiment, Essex County militia. He died in Elizabeth Port, NJ

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37

DAR ID Number: 37612 Mrs. Bertha COOMBS Wean; born in Greenwood, Michigan. Wife of Frank Lincoln Wean. Descendant of Sergt. John Witherell. Daughter of Hezekiah COOMBS and Helen E., his wife. Granddaughter of Joseph COOMBS and Bridget Witherell, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John Witherell and Mary Morrell Gerrish (1758-1847), his wife, m. 1778. John Witherell, (1758-1854), was placed on the pension roll of Kennebec County, Maine, 1832 for service as private and sergeant, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Lebanon, Maine.

DAR ID Number: 37947 p.337: Mrs. Mary NORVELL Johnston ; born in Navy Cove, Alabama. Wife of Thomas Alexander Johnston. Descendant of Sergt. Aquilla Norvell, of Virginia. Daughter of William Thomas Norvell and Annie O'Connor, his wife. Granddaughter of William James Bukard Norvell and Mary Anne Seymour, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas NORVELL and Margaret COOMBES, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aquilla Norvell and Anne Bukard, his wife. Aquilla Norvell, (1745-95), served as corporal and sergeant in Col. Daniel Morgan's regiment.

See Also DAR Lineage, Vol. 48 which names Rukard rather than Bukard, and Vol. 43.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 38

DAR ID Number: 36031 Mrs. Mary Dean Coulter; born in South Thomaston, Maine. Wife of Jesse Coulter. Descendant of Timothy Spaulding. Daughter of Ephraim Dean, Jr., and Clementine J. Spaulding, his wife. Granddaughter of Ephraim Dean and Lucy McLoon, his wife; Capt. Josiah Spaulding and Eleanor Bartlett, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Capt. Jonas Dean and Ruth Small, his wife; William McLoon and Polly Mathews, his wife; Jedediah Spaulding and Nancy Ingraham, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Mathews and Elizabeth COOMBS, his wife; Timothy Spaulding and Margaret Mathews, his wife. Timothy Spaulding, (1733-1809), served as a private, 1775, in Capt. James Lemont's Company stationed at Georgetown. His name is on the first census of Thomaston, Me., 1790.

DAR ID Number: 36665 Mrs. Mildred CONKLIN Moulton; born in Aurora [Kane Co], Illinois. Wife of Arthur W. Moulton. Descendant of Mahlon COOMBS and of Henry MIZNER. Daughter of Lemuel H. CONKLIN and Miriam A. COOMBS, his wife. Granddaughter of John W. COOMBS and Millie MIZNER, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Israel COOMBS and - Bolon, his wife; Demarcus MIZNER and Millie HAYMOND, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Mahlon COOMBS and Rebecca NORTON, his wife; Henry MIZNER and Barbara STACKER, his wife. Mahlon COOMBS, (1759-1834), was placed on the pension roll, 1823, for one years actual service as private in the Virginia line. He was born in Loudon [Loudoun] Co., Va.; died in Licking Co., Ohio. Henry MIZNER, (1759-1847), was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for fifteen months actual service as a private in the Pennsylvania line. He was born in Berks Co., Pa.; died in Kendall Co., Ill. Also № 29431.

See Also Vol. 30. Seeking source for birth and death locations.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41

DAR ID Number: 40365 p.140: Mrs. Grace L. Hooker Whitney; born in Gardiner, Maine. Wife of Orville Whitney. Descendant of Riverious Hooker. Daughter of Andrew Jackson Hooker and Harriet Coombs Knox, his wife. Granddaughter of Riverious Hooker, 3rd, and Hannah Chaddock, his wife.Gr-granddaughter of Riverious Hooker, 2nd (1776-1856) and Hulda Maynard Cannon (1781-1857), his wife, m. 1779. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Riverious Hooker and Mehitable Baker (1755-1804), his wife, m. 1775. Riverious Hooker marched from Cheshire County, New Hampshire to re-enforce the army at Ticonderoga under Col. [p.140] Benjamin Bellows. In 1778 he was a resident of Pownalsboro, Maine when mustered in the service for three years. He was born 1749 in East Hartford, Conn.

DAR ID Number: 40718 pp.270-1: Mrs. Martha GLENN Baer; born in Columbia [Maury Co], Tennessee. Wife of D. Newton BAER. Descendant of Robert COMBS of Virginia. Daughter of Abner Shacklett and Harriet Sheldon, his wife. Granddaughter of William SHACKLETT and Sarah Anne COMBS (1791-1831), his wife [m 1814 Fauquier]. Gr-granddaughter of Robert COMBS and Sarah LINTON, his wife. Robert COMBS was placed on the pension roll of Fauquier County 1832 at the age of seventy-nine. He enlisted 1775 from Loudoun County and was at the siege of Yorktown.

See also Dar Lineage, Vol. 89

DAR ID Number: 40722 p. 140: Mrs. Louisa H. Watson; born in South Thomaston, Maine. Wife of James Hall WATSON. Descendant of Dr. Oliver MANN. Daughterof Samuel F. COOMBS and Rachel BOYD, his wife. Granddaughter of Asa COOMBS and Lucretia MANN, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Oliver MANN and Lucy ADAMS, his wife. Oliver MANN, (1756-1832), enlisted as surgeon's mate in Col. Job CUSHING'S regiment, WARREN'S brigade, for service in the northern department. He was born in Shrewsbury, Mass.; died in Castine, Maine. Also № 8442.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42

DAR ID Number: 41678 p.255: Mrs. Ella GROVE Coombs; born in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin. Wife of Elmer H. COOMBS. Descendant of Abner Amsdell. Daughter of Samuel Grove and Mary Elizabeth Isham, his wife. Granddaughter of Ira Isham and Mary Clough, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Johnson Clough and Lydia Amsdell, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abner Amsdell and Susan Sirkin, his wife. Abner Amsdell, (1757-1851), enlisted 1777 for three years' under Capt. Daniel Shay, Col. Rufus Putnam. He was at the battle of Bemus Heights. In 1780 he was allowed a pension in Erie County, New York as private, Mass. militia. He was born in Deerfield, Mass.; died in Hamburg, N. Y.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 43

DAR ID Number: 42902 p.336 Mrs. Stella V. WELLS Latchem; born in Dublin, Iowa. Wife of Raymond L. LATCHEM. Descendant of Capt. John COMBS, of New Jersey. Daughter of William Perry WELLS and Clara J. COMBS, his wife. Granddaughter of Dr. James B. COMBS and Mary J. McCLELLAND, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John COMBS (1798-1871) and Jane BROWN, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John COMBS (d. 1820) and Elizabeth COMBS, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John COMBS. John COMBS commanded a company 1777 in Freeman's Continental troops until 1779, when he died. Also № 20946.

Notes: This appears to be Capt.John COMBS of Monmouth Co, NJ. According to the Clinton Co, IN Biography of Joseph COMBS, James B. COMBS d Washington Co, IA; his parents, John and Jane BROWN Combs, m Butler Co, OH; his parents were John COMBS [d Butler Co, OH, and Elizabeth BOWNE [sic] who m 25 Feb 1793 (location not stated); and his parents John COMBS of Monmouth Co, NJ. See also Dar Lineage, Vol.21 which includes the application of Mrs. Mary Alyce COMBS Lemmon who states that John COMBS m Elizabeth B. COMBS.

DAR ID Number: 42941 Mrs. Mary TURNER Wilson; born in Baltimore, Maryland. Wife of Winter Lincoln WILSON. Descendant of Sergt. Aquilla. NORVELL, of Virginia. Daughter of Thaddeus C. S. TURNER and Mary Ellen Norvell, his wife. Granddaughter of William James Rukard Norvell, and Mary Anne Seymour, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas NORVELL and Margaret COOMBS, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aquilla Norvell and Anne Rukard, his wife. Aquilla Norvell, (1745-95), served as corporal and sergeant in Col. Daniel Morgan's regiment. Also Nos.37947, 39439.

Notes: Where did Thomas & Margaret COOMBS Norvell reside? Who were her parents? See also DAR Lineage, Vol. 37 and Vol.48

DAR ID Number: 42970 pp.360-1 Miss Katherine Fiske Berry; born in Bath, Maine. Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Berry, of Maine. Daughter of John Cutting Berry and Maria Elizabeth Gove, his wife. Granddaughter of Stephen D. Berry and Mary J. Morse, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Berry and Hannah Small, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas BERRY and Abigail COOMBS, his wife. Thomas Berry, (1745-1828), was placed on the pension roll 1823 for one year's actual service as lieutenant, Massachusetts line. He was born and died in Portland, Maine. Also № 32473.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 45

DAR ID Number: 44238 pp. 179-180: Mrs. Sara M. Combs; born in Florence,N. Y. Wife of James R. COMBS. Descendant of Benoni Fleming. Daughter of William O. Tinkham and Jane Louisa Fleming, his wife. Granddaughter of Solomon Fleming and Sally Dudley, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Benoni Fleming and Louisa Squires (b.1765) his wife, m. 1784. Benoni Fleming (1764-1838) enlisted 1781 as a private under different commands. In 1832 he was allowed a pension in Oneida Co., New York for service as private, Conn. line. He was born in Cornwall, Conn.; died in Lysander, N. Y.

DAR ID Number: 57523 p.180: Miss Elizabeth Carmel HENDRY; born in St. Louis, Mo. Descendant of Capt. Samuel HENDRY, Ezekiel ANDERSON, Robert CHAMBERS, and John REEDER, of New Jersey. Daughter of Charles Fox HENDRY (1811-89) and Ann Frances KELLY (1816-1903), his wife, m. 1845. Granddaughter of John Anderson HENDRY, M.D. (1786-1834), and Abigail CHAMBERS (1790-1882), his wife, m. 1810. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel HENDRY and Elizabeth ANDERSON, his 1st wife; Robert CHAMBERS and Franimah REEDER, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel ANDERSON and Mary COMBS, his 2nd wife; John REEDER and Hannah MARCH (1732-81), his wife, m. 1753. Samuel HENDRY (1754-1823) was appointed lieutenant, 1776, and, 1779, was promoted captain. He was placed on the pension roll, 1818, for service in the New Jersey Line. He was born and died in Burlington [Co, NJ]. Ezekiel ANDERSON served as private in the 2nd New Jersey regiment, 1777. He died, 1820, at Henry's Mills, N.J. Robert CHAMBERS (1758-1813) was a private in Capt. James BRUERE'S Company of Monmouth County militia. He was engaged in the battle of Trenton. He was born and died in Trenton. John REEDER (1724-88) served under Capt. William TUCKER and Capt. John MOTT when Jersey was the battlefield. He was born and died in Ewing [present-day Mercer Co], NJ Also № 52263.

Notes: Ezekiel ANDERSON, s/o John, of Maidenhead, Hunterdon Co, NJ, m 19 Nov 1761, Mary COMBS, d/o Thomas, of Middlesex Co, NJ. There were two Revolutionary War Soldiers by name of Ezekiel ANDERSON and it has not yet been confirmed that the above information is fully correct (See Middlesex Notes). Question: Location of Henry's Mill's in New Jersey?

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 46

DAR ID Number: 45419 Mrs. Nellie ROWELL Coombs; born in S. Thomaston, ME. Wife of Mingerson COOMBS. Descendant of William ROWELL. Daughter of William Rowell and Mary Ellen Bartlett, his wife. Granddaughter of Rice Rowell and Sally Dunning, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William Rowell and Mrs. Ruth Matthews Tenant, his wife. William Rowell (1755-1811) served as a private 1775 in Capt. Henry Dearborn's Company of New Hampshire militia, at the battle of Bunker Hill. He died in Thomaston, Maine. Also № 43407.

DAR ID Number: 45528 Mrs. Virginia Primm Rozelle; born in St. Louis, Mo. Descendant of John Prime. Daughter of Charles H. Primm and Margaret E. Reily, his wife. Granddaughter of Peter Primm and Marie A. Le Roux D'Esneval, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John Prime and Elizabeth Hansbrough, his wife. John Prime (1750-1837) enlisted 1777 under Capt. COOMBS, Col.Thomas Mountjoy's regiment, Virginia militia. Was also in Capt. Sharp's Company, Col. Dark's regiment, at the siege of York. In 1833 was pensioned for nine months' actual service as private. He was born in Stafford Co, VA.; died in St. Clair Co., Ill.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 48

DAR ID Number: 47475 pp.225-6: Mrs. Anna Celeste NORVILLE Kern; born in Mobile, Ala. Wife of William J. KERN. Descendant of Sergt. Aquilla Norvell. Daughter of Thomas Peyton Norville and Rachel Ames Hynde, his wife. Granddaughter of William Thomas Norville and Annie O'Connor, hiswife. Gr-granddaughter of William James Rukard Norville and Mary A. Seymour, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas NORVELL and Margaret COOMBES, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Aquilla Norvell and Anne Rukard, his wife. Aquilla Norvell (1745-95) served as corporal and sergeant in Col. Daniel Morgan's regiment. Also Nos. 37947, 39439, 42941.

DAR ID Number: 47632 Mrs. Grace GOVE Dougherty; born in Allegheny, Pa. Wife of Edward Dougherty. Descendant of John COOMBS of Virginia. Daughter of George Gove and Edna COOMBS, his wife. Granddaughter of John COOMBS, Jr., and Rebecca Emmons, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of John COOMBS and Nancy VINANDES [GREEN Venander], his wife. John COOMBS (1754-1849) was placed on the pension roll 1839 for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born and died in Loudoun County, Virginia. Also № 29663.

DAR ID Number: 47680 pp.318-9: Mrs. Frances W. Morse Webber; born in Phippsburg, Maine. Wife of Harry Clark Webber. Descendant of Corp. William Weston. Daughter of John Gilman Morse and Elizabeth Sampson Weston, his wife. Granddaughter of Chapin Weston and Christiana Snow COOMBS, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Weston and Hannah Peterson, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Weston and Elizabeth Sampson, his wife. William Weston (1755-1838) served as a fifer in Capt. Nehemiah Allen's Company, Col. Theophilus Cotton's regiment, 1777. He applied from Brunswick for a pension in 1818 and it was allowed for one year's service. He was born in Duxbury, Mass.; died in Brunswick. Also № 15670.

DAR ID Number: 47686 p.322 Mrs. Lavinia Grant Elliot; born in Thomaston, Maine. Wife of Richard O. Elliot. Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Hall, Corp. Isaac Hall, Jr., Job Ingraham and Lieut. George Sayward. Daughter of James K. Grant and Georgie Ella Hall, his wife. Granddaughter of George S. Halland: Lavinia Ingraham, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Hall, Jr., and Sarah Sayward, his 2nd wife; John Ingraham and Lydia Packard, his wife.Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Hall and Joanna COOMBS, his wife; George Sayward and Susanna Palfry, hiswife; Job Ingraham and Lucy Tolman, his wife. Isaac Hall (1725-1815) served as lieutenant in Capt. Nehemiah Curtis' Company, Col. Jonathan Mitchell's regiment, 1779; also served in expedition to Penobscot Bay. He died in St. George, Maine. Isaac Hall, Jr. (1757-1844) enlisted as a private at Harpswell, Maine, and served 1776-77 under Capt. Isaac Snow and later served as corporal in Capt. Abraham Tyler's Company, Col. Poor's regiment. In 1832 he applied for a pension which was granted. He was born in Harpswell; died in Knox, Maine. Job Ingraham (1755-1834) enlisted 1776 for seacoast defense in Capt. James Lemon's Company. He was born in Gloucester, Mass.; died in S. Thomaston, Maine. George Sayward (1753-1836) served in the artillery at Gloucester 1777 under Capt. William Ellery. He was placed on the pension roll of Lincoln County, Maine, 1831, for [p.322] service as lieutenant of artillery, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Gloucester, Mass., removed to Thomaston, Maine, 1784, where he died. Also № 23732.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49

DAR ID Number: 48452 Mrs. Edna COOMBS Gove; born in Columbian [Columbiana] Co., Ohio. Wife of George Gove. Descendant of JohnCOOMBS. Daughter of John COOMBS and Rebecca Emmons, his wife. Granddaughter of John COOMBS and Nancy [GREEN] Vinander, his wife. JohnCOOMBS (1754-1849) was placed on the pension roll 1831 for service as private in the Virginia militia. He was born and died in Loudon County, Va. Also № 29663.


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