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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67

DAR ID Number: 66701 Mrs. Nina Holiday Clarke; born in Henry County, Ind. Wife of William Clarke. Descendant of Amos Holiday. Daughter of Henry Milton Holiday (1833-88) and Louisa Rebecca COOMBS (1835-88), his wife, m. 1859. Granddaughter of Lorton Holiday (1804-70) and Huldah M. Gates, his wife, m. 1830. Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Holiday (1776-1848) and Bethesda Holcomb (1779-1859), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amos Holiday and Azubah Brewer, his wife. Amos Holiday (1754-1860) enlisted from Simsbury, Conn.; was engaged in the battles of Bunker Hill, Long Island and King's Bridge. He applied for a pension, 1832, and it was allowed for service as private, Connecticut Line. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.; died in Steuben County N. Y. Also № 45389.

DAR ID Number: 66702 Mrs. Winifred Holiday Hart; born in Thetford, Vt. Wife of George W. Hart. Descendant of Amos Holiday. Daughter of Henry Milton Holiday (1833-88) and Louisa Rebecca COOMBS (1835-88), his wife, m.1859. See № 66701.

DAR ID Number: 66408 p.152 Mrs. Louise BARNES Combs; born in Warsaw, Ill. Wife of Robert Cornelius Combs. Descendant of David Baldwin. Daughter of John Willes Barnes (1837-98) and Laura Jeannette Miller(1847-90), his wife, m. 1866. [p.152] Granddaughter of Robert Miller (1808-57) and Jeannette Baldwin (1806-83), his wife, m. 1837. Gr-granddaughter ofDavid Baldwin and Hannah Bull (1860-40), his wife, m. 1794. David Baldwin(1761-1847) served as a private, 1776, in Capt. Eleazer Curtis' company, Dutchess County militia. He was born in Dutchess County, N. Y.; died in Carthage, Ill. Also № 42857.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 68

DAR ID Number: 67675 p.237: Mrs. Persis I. Daniels COOMBS; born in Putnam, Mich. Wife of Charles Vest COOMBS. Descendant of Col. Gideon Warren. Daughter of Frederick Aner Daniels and Mary Elvira Wood, his wife. Granddaughter of William Wilson Wood and Margaret Myler, his 2nd wife. Gr-granddaughter of Abner Browne Wood and Lucy Blynn Warren, his wife Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cabel Warren and Rachel Webster, his wife.Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Gideon Warren and Eunice Chipman, his wife. Gideon Warren (1730-1803) commanded a company to guard the frontier, 1778, and was colonel in the fifth Vermont regiment when he was wounded. He served to the close of the war and received the allowance made by Congress to wounded officers. He died in Hampton, N.Y. Also Nos. 20439, 29568, 39253.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 69

DAR ID Number: 68453 p.168 Mrs. William Wingfield Rutherford Hawkins; born in Americus, Ga. Wife of Eugene Alston Hawkins. Descendant of Major John Howard. Daughter of Robert Roper Rutherford (1835-87) and Sarah Annette Combs (b.1845), his wife, m. 1868. Granddaughter of Adolphus S. Rutherford (d. 1861) and Susan Peterson Thweatt, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Robert Rutherford and Eliza (Beth) Jane Howard, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Howard and Jane Vivian, his wife, m. 1787. John Howard (1761-1822) served as private and scout in Captain Putnam's Company under Brigadier-General Sumpter. He rose to the rank of major. He was born in South Carolina; died in Milledgeville, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70

DAR ID Number: 69968 Mrs. Julia Evans Bozeman; born in Madison, Ga. Wife of Rev. J. W. Bozeman. Descendant of Lieut. William Evans, and of Thomas Heard. Daughter of William Gilbert Evans (1810-95) and Adeline Elizabeth Heard (1809-51), his wife, m. 1830. Granddaughter of William EVANS, Jr. (1776-1822), and Elizabeth Combs Hammock (d. 1829), his wife; Faulkner HEARD (1787-1830) and Mary ROBINSON (1790-1837), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William EVANS and Susannah CLEMENT (d. 1817), his wife; Thomas HEARD and Elizabeth FITZPATRICK (1750-90), his wife. See № 69378. William EVANS (1746-1807) served as lieutenant in Col. Elijah CLARKE'S Georgia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Wilkes County, Ga.

Notes: Elizabeth Combs HAMMOCK was the d/o Benedict and Mary (Combs?) Hammock of Amelia Co, VA and Wilkes Co, GA. See also Vol.157.

DAR ID Number: 69985 Mrs. Mae F. Wilson Muschaney; born in St. Charles County, Mo. Wife of George Muschaney. Descendant of Hon. Nathaniel Venable, of Virginia. Daughter of James Meredith Wilson (b.1845) and Mary Fannie Combs (b.1854), his wife, m. 1870. Granddaughter of Samuel Venable Wilson (1827-70) and Sarah Cox Meredith (1821-69), his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Dr. Goodridge Wilson and Elizabeth Woodson Venable (b.1784), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Venable and Elizabeth Woodson (1740-91), his wife, m. 1775. Nathaniel VENABLE (1733-1804) was a distinguished patriot and founder of Hampton Sidney College, assisted financially in the Revolution and was a trustee, 1775. He was a member of the House of Delegates and Justice of the Peace. He was born in Hanover County; died in Prince Edward County, Va. Also Nos. 28306, 42384.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 73

DAR ID Number: 72298 pp.106-7 Mrs. Stella Dorothea Bell Wetmore; born in Franklin County, Va. Wife of Albin Wetmore. Descendant of Isaac Wade. Daughter of Leslie Combs Bell (b.1840) and Mosby Reynolds(b.1846), his wife, m. 1866. Granddaughter of Thomas Reynolds (b.1818) and Madeline Wade (1820-83), his wife, m. 1844. [p.107] Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Wade, Jr. (1778-1876), and Mary Stevens (d. 1873), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Wade and Polly Gibbs, his wife. Isaac Wade enlisted in the 14th Virginia regiment of volunteers, 1777, and during his term of service foughtin the battles of Brandywine and Germantown. He was born in Bedford County, Va., and died there in 1823. Also № 50191.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 74

DAR ID Number: 73331 p.125 Mrs. Laura Coombs Fernald Barker; born in Portland, Me. Wife of George Wilson Barker. Descendant of Joshua Fernald, Sergt. Abial Pettes, and Capt. Stephen Sears. Daughter of Elmer Ellsworth Fernald (b.1863) and Edith Gertrude Sears (b.1867), his wife, m. 1887. Granddaughter of Mark Colby Fernald (b.1837) and Sarah Ann Graves (1837-90), his wife, m. 1859; Barzillai Warren Sears (1833-86) and Caroline Catherwood Pettes (b.1838), his wife, m. 1858. Gr-granddaughter of Pelatiah Fernald, Jr. (1804-42),and Mary Caswell (1807-48), his wife, m. 1829; John Edward Pettes (1811-56) and Caroline Varney Jefts (1811-99), his wife, m. 1837; Barzillai Sears (1805-77) and Lucinda Savery Gibbs (d. 1851), his wife, m. 1829. [p.125] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Pelatiah Fernald (1781-1849) and Sally - (b.1774), his wife, m. 1797; John Pettes (1786-1856) and Mary Goulding (1789-1860), his wife; Stephen Sears, Jr. (1766-1826), and Lydia (Sears) (1771-1858), his wife, m. 1791. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Fernald and Elizabeth White (1740-1816), his wife, m. 1764; Abail Pettesand Hannah Morse, his wife; Stephen Sears and Elizabeth (Sears), his wife. Joshua Fernald (1745-1815) served, 1775, as a private and seaman in Capt. Robert Follette's artillery company of volunteers and, 1776, in Capt. William Holbrook's Company, Colonel J. Frost's Regiment of infantry, Massachusetts State troops. He was born and died in Kittery, Me. Abial Pettes (1757-1807) responded tothe Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Sabin Mann's Company, Colonel Greaton's Regiment, and, 1777-79, as sergeant in Capt. Andrew Moody's Company, Col.John Lamb's 2nd artillery regiment. He was born and died in Walpole, Mass. Stephen Sears (1736-1815) commanded the Brigantine "BlackHawk" and was also private in the Revolutionary War. He was born in Yarmouth, Mass.Also № 48293.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 75

DAR ID Number: 74671 pp.247-8 Miss Belle Combs; born in Lafayette County, Mo. Descendant of Col. James Callaway. Daughter of Ennis Combs (b.1837) and Sarah W. Callaway (b.1840), his wife, m. 1858. Granddaughter of James Anderson Callaway (1796-1855) and Cassa Ann Waddell (1819-68), his wife, m. 1839. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Callaway (1789-1877) and Lucinda Anderson (1796-1863), his wife, m. 1811. Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Callaway and Elizabeth Early (1759-96), his 2nd wife, m. 1777. James Callaway (1737-1809) was county lieutenant, 1780, of Bedford County. He was detailed by Washington to manufacture cannon. He was born and died in Bedford County, Va. Also Nos. 41699, 68554.

Notes: See the Edna F. Hightower Collection. Belle Combs, b 22 Feb 1862, Lafayette Co, MO, was the d/o Ennis and Sarah Waddell CALLWAY Combs, gd/o EvanEnnis & Mary Sydnor HINDE Combs, and ggd/o Cuthbert& Sallie EVANS Combs, Sr. of Stafford Co, VA and Clark Co, KY

DAR ID Number: 74797 Mrs. Sarah L. C. Hall Kaler; born in South Thomaston, Me. Wife of Edward P. Kaler. Descendant of Lieut. Isaac Hall. Daughter of Lewis Hall, Jr. (1803-58), and Hannah McLellan (1806-1900), his wife. Granddaughter of Lewis Hall (1765-1845) and Anna Dyer, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Hall and Joanna COOMBS, his wife. Isaac Hall (1724-1815) served as lieutenant in Capt. Nehemiah Curtis' company, Col. Jonathan Mitchell's Regiment, 1779; also served in the expedition to Penobscot Bay. He died in St. George, Me. Also Nos. 47685, 55105.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76

DAR ID Number: 75130 Mrs. Celia E. Scott COOMBS; born in Quebec, Canada. Wife of E. F. COOMBS. Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Richard Taylor, of Virginia. Daughter of Samuel Scott (b.1826) and Sarah Hazen (b.1828), his wife, m. 1847. Granddaughter of Frederick Hazen and Catharine Fadden, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of James Fadden and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Taylor and Sarah Strother, his wife. Richard Taylor (1741-1829) served as lieutenant, 1775; as captain, 1776; major, 1778, and 1779, held the rank of lieutenant-colonel. He was born in Orange County, Va.; died in Jefferson County, KY. Also № 28907.

DAR ID Number: 75896 Mrs. Harriet Prince Whitney; born in Thomaston, Me. Wife of Ralph G. Whitney. Descendant of Sergt. Joseph COOMBS and of Corp. Elias Haskell. Daughter of Edmund Webb Prince (b.1847) and Maria Waldo (b.1849), his wife, m. 1870. Granddaughter of Christopher Prince (b.1832) and Marion W. Webb (1827-84), his wife, m. 1846; Shubal Waldo (1812-89) and Martha B. Haskell (1818-1905), his wife, m. 1835. Gr-granddaughter of Hezekiah Prince (1771-1840) and Isabella COOMBS (1781-18 40), his wife, m. 1798; John Haskell (1787-1835) and Sarah S. Sampson (1783-1850), his wife, m. 1807. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph COOMBS and Elizabeth Gamble (1754-1845), his wife, m. 1776; Elias Haskell and Mercy -, his wife. Joseph Combs (1752-1817) served as sergeant in the Bagaduce expedition under Capt. Philip M. Ulmer, Col. Samuel McCobb's Regiment, 1779. He was born in Brunswick; died in South Thomaston, Me. Also № 65168. Elias Haskell (1751-1802) served as corporal, 1775, in Capt. Earl Clapp's Company, Col. Theophilus Cotton's Massachusetts Regiment, and also in Capt. Joseph Parker's Company, Col. Ebenezer Sprout's Regiment, 1776. He was born in Rochester; died in Greenwich, Mass.

DAR ID Number: 75983 pp.369-370: Mrs. Mary Rolfe Jackman; born in Concord, NH Wife of Charles L. Jackman. Descendant of Benjamin Rolfe, Enos Flanders, Benjamin Swett, Benjamin Swett, Jr., Stephen Cloutman, and Thomas Symonds. Daughter of Hiram Rolfe (1825-1901) and Georgianna COOMBS (1832-1913), his wife, m. 1850. Granddaughter of Benjamin Rolfe, Jr. (1796-1867), and Mary Newhall Flanders (1797-1892), his wife, m. 1820; George Washington COOMBS (1808-32) and Anna Cloutman (1806-97), his wife, m. 1828. Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Rolfe and Mary (Molly) Swett (1765-1810), his wife, m. 1783; John Flanders and Mary Brewer, his wife; Frederick COOMBS (b.1771) and Lydia Symonds (b.1777), his wife, m. 1803; John (Jonathan) Cloutman(1783-1815) and Anna Sancry (St. Croix), his wife, m. 1804. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Swett, Jr., and Mary Elliott, his 1st wife, m. 1760; Enos Flanders and Sarah Langley, his wife; Thomas Symonds and Mary Chapman, his wife; Stephen Cloutman and Hannah Smith (1760-1814), his wife, m. 1781. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Swett and Abigail Darling (1709-1800), his wife, m. 1728. Benjamin Rolfe (1752-1808) served as private, 1777, in Col. Stickney's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Boscawen, NH Enos Flanders served as private in Capt. John Hale's Company, Lieut.-Col. Henry Gerrish's New Hampshire regiment; signed the Association Test, 1776, at Boscawen, NH, where he was born, 1745, and where he died. Benjamin Swett (1707-87) signed the Association Test, 1776, at Kingston, NH, where he was born and died. Benjamin Swett, Jr., served as private, 1777-78,in Col. Joseph Cilley's New Hampshire regiment. He was born in Kingston; died in Concord, NH Stephen Cloutman (1755-1804) was private, 1775-76,in Capt. Benjamin Ward's Company, raised for coast defense at Salem, Mass., where he was born. Thomas Symonds served, 1776, as a private in Capt. Benjamin Ward's Company, raised for sea-coast defense, station at Salem, Mass., where he was born and died.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 77

DAR ID Number: 76639 p.241: Mrs. Josephine K. COOMES Snowman; born in Longmeadow, Mass. Wife of Edward A. Snowman. Descendant of Allen Bangs, Corp. Joseph Bangs, Dr. Reuben Champion, James Sikes, Rufus Sikes, John COOMES, Thomas Colton, and John Shearer. Daughter of JamesK. COOMES (1838-1911) and Laura Sikes Bangs (b.1842), his wife, m.1862. Granddaughter of Elias COOMES (1806-51) and Sarah King (1810-86), his wife, m. 1833; Freeman Sears Bangs (1804-49) and Elizabeth Sikes (1807-49), his wife, m.1830. Gr-granddaughter of John COOMES, Jr. (1762-1851),and Joanna Colton(1764-1846), his wife, m. 1790; Joseph Bangs and Desire Sears, his wife; Rufus Sikes and Azubah Champion (1768-1844), his wife, m. 1790; John King (1774-1856) and Betsy Shearer (1773-1841), his wife, m. 1799. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John COOMES and Mindwell Prior (b.1746), his wife, m. 1762; Allen Bangs and Rebecca Howes, his wife; Reuben Champion and [p.241] Lydia Duncan(1730-1809), his wife, m.1755; James Sikes and Dinah Hitchcock (b.1719), his wife, m.1752; Thomas Colton and Deborah Dudley (1724-1822), his wife, m. 1748; John Shearer and Jane White (1749-1816), his wife, m. 1774. Allen Bangs (1734-93) was a minute man at the Lexington, Dartmouth, and Falmouth Alarms. He was born and died in Brewster, Mass. Joseph Bangs (1757-1809) served as a private at the Lexington Alarm, and, 1779, as corporal under Capt. Elisha Hedges at the Falmouth Alarm. He was born in Yarmouth; died in Hawley, Mass. Reuben Champion (1727-77)s erved as surgeon at Ticonderoga, where he died of camp fever. He was born in Lyme, Conn. James Sikes (1719-93) served as a member of the Committee of Correspondence. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass. Also № 16885. Rufus Sikes (1756-1815) enlisted, 1782, in the 2nd company, Col. Gideon Burt's Hampshire County, Massachusetts Regiment. He was born and died in Springfield, Mass. John COOMES (1730-1811) served in Capt. Hezekiah Parson's Company, 4th regiment, 1775, at the siege of Boston. He was born and died in Enfield, Conn. Thomas Colton (1719-1808) was a private in Capt. Gideon Burt's Company, Col. Daniel Leonard's Regiment, which marched to reinforce the northern army at Ticonderoga. He was born in Springfield; died in Long Meadow, Mass. John Shearer (1746-1817) served as a minute man at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. David Spear. He was born and died in Palmer, Mass. Also № 23938.

DAR ID Number: 76892 Miss Jeanie Morse Robertson; born in Brunswick, Me. Descendant of Jacob Weston, William Weston, and Nehemiah Peterson. Daughter of Angus Robertson (b.1839) and Lucy Annette Weston (b.1846), his wife, m. 1869. Granddaughter of Chapin Weston (1817-93) and Christiana S. COOMBS (1815-91), his wife, m. 1844. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Weston (1786-1843) and Hannah Peterson (d. 1871), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Weston and Eliabeth Sampson (1761-1843), his wife, m. 1780; Nehemiah Peterson, Jr. (1765-1843), and Lydia Larrabee (b.1769), his wife, m. 1792. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Weston and Deborah Simmons (1731-1832), his wife, m. 1754; Nehemiah Peterson and Princee Dillingham, his wife, m. 1764. Jacob Weston (1729-1822) served on the Committee of Inspection, 1775. He was born at Duxbury, Mass., and died at Brunswick, Me. William Weston (1755-1838) served as 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. He was born in Duxbury, Mass.; died in Brunswick, Me. Nehemiah Peterson (1736-1811) served as private at the Lexington Alarm in Captain Bradford's Company, Colonel Warren's Regiment; also in Captain Arnold's Company, Colonel Lathrop's Regiment. He was born and died in Duxbury,Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78

DAR ID Number: 77301 Mrs. Amy Swain Thompson; born in North Chelmsford, Mass. Wife of Walter S. Thompson. Descendant of David Dustin. Daughter of Asa Micajah Swain (1830-1908) and Mary Coombs Sargent (1830-93), his wife, m. 1853. Granddaughter of Asa Swain (1803-48) and Lydia Dustin Wadleigh (1804-88), his wife, m. 1828. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Wadleigh (1784-1867) and Phebe Dustin (1787-1872), his wife, m. 1803. Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Dustin, Jr. (1760-1800), and Molly Colby (1754-1841), his wife, m. 1787. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Dustin and Lovey Homans, his 1stwife. David Dustin, a private in Major Benjamin Whitcomb's independent company of Rangers, signed the Association Test, 1776, in Sanbornton, where he died, 1803. He was born in Raymond. Also № 69696.

DAR ID Number: 77675 Mrs. Olive Boogher Moffitt; born in St. Louis, Mo. Wife of Nathaniel L. Moffitt. Descendant of Jacob Boogher, Richard Richardson, and Corp. Edward Mitchell. Daughter of SimonL. Boogher (b.1836) and Sophie Hogan (b.1839), his wife, m. 1864. Granddaughter of Nicholas Boogher (1801-86) and Rebecca David [sic] COMBES (1804-74), his wife, m. 1823; John Hogan (1805-92) and Mary Mitchell West (1809-45), his 1st wife, m. 1830. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Boogher and Elizabeth Christ (1768-1834), his wife, m. 1790; Bayless COMBES (d. 1810) and Sarah Richardson (1770-1844), his wife, m. 1799; Tilgham Hillary West (1773-1851) and Mary Mitchell (1787-1829), his wife, m. 1803. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Richardson and Mary Pierpont (1738-1803), his wife, m. 1762; Edward Mitchell and Ann (Nancy) Haley (1763-1850), his wife, m. 1784. Jacob Boogher (1756-1804) enlisted as matross, 1776, in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Company of Maryland artillery and served to the end of the war. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Frederick County, MD. Richard Richardson (1742-1802) was a patriot who signed the Oath of Allegiance in Pennsylvania. Edward Mitchell (1760-1837) served several enlistments as private and corporal. He was at Guilford Court House and Haw River. He was placed on the pension roll of Illinois, 1835, for service in the Virginia Line. He was born in Hanover County, Va.; died in St. Clair County, Ill. Also № 73468.

See also Vol. 79 (2)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 79

DAR ID Number: 78137 p.53: Miss Louisa Boogher Wickard; born in Cumberland, Md. Descendant of Jacob Boogher. Daughter of Levi Wickard (1823-98) and Amanda Louisa Boogher (1841-74), his wife, m. 1859. Granddaughter of Nicholas Boogher (1801-86) and Rebecca Davis COOMBS (1804-74), his wife, m. 1823. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Boogher and Elizabeth Christ (1768-1834), his wife, m. 1790. Jacob Boogher (1756-1804) enlisted as matross in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Company of Maryland artillery and served to the end of the war. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Frederick County, MD. Also № 77675.

See Also Vol. 78 and See Next

DAR ID Number: 78399 Miss Frances Rebecca Brengle; born in Cumberland, Md. Descendant of Jacob Boogher. Daughter of Jacob Brengle (1826-95) and Sarah Elizabeth Boogher, his wife, m. 1849. Granddaughter of Nicholas Boogher(1801-86) and Rebecca Davis COOMBS (1804-74), his wife, m. 1823.Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Boogher and Elisabeth Christ (1768-1834), his wife, m. 1790. Jacob Boogher (1756-1804) enlisted as matross, 1776, in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Company of Maryland artillery and served to the end of the war. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Frederick County, MD. Also № 77675.

DAR ID Number: 78486 Mrs. Jessie F. Hayden Roundy; born in La Grange, Me. Wife of P. V. Roundy. Descendant of Sergt. Joseph COOMBS, of Maine. Daughter of Charles M. Hayden (b.1845) and Jessie F. Banton (b.1857), his wife, m. 1883. Granddaughter of William L. Hayden (1802-84) and Abigail Coombs Dow (1809-92), his wife, m. 1831. Gr-granddaughter of James Dow and Elizabeth COOMBS (b.1787), his wife, m. 1806. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph COOMBS and Elizabeth Gamble (1754-1845), his wife, m. 1776. Joseph COOMBS (1752-1817) served as sergeant in the Bagaduce expedition under Capt. Philip M. Ulmer, Col. Samuel McCobb's Regiment, 1779.He was born in Brunswick, Me.; died in South Thomaston. Also № 65168.

See also Middleborough, Plymouth Co., MA

DAR ID Number: 78678 p.248: Mrs. Estella B. COOMBS Marsel; born in Middleboro, Mass. Wife of Joseph Marsel. Descendant of Cornelius Marchant, of Massachusetts. Daughter ofJames M. COOMBS (1840-1909) and Charlotte E. Marchant (1842-73), his wife, m. 1865. Granddaughter of Cornelius B. Marchant (1815-96) and Betsey K. Raymond (1819-90), his wife, m. 1837. Gr-granddaughter of George Marchant (1774-1827) and Nabby Button, his wife, m. 1796. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cornelius Marchant and Hepsibah Peas (1742-1830), his wife, m. 1762. Cornelius Marchant (1743-1809) served, 1776, as a drummer in Capt. Benjamin Smith's Company, stationed at Marthas Vineyard for seacoast defense. He was born and died in Edgartown.


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