Dedicated to the Memory of Combs &c. founder Carole Hammett (1946-2009)
This Combs &c. Web Site is Generously Hosted by Click Here to Join USGenNet
We Support Free Nonprofit Genealogy and History on the Internet

Last updated 07-Feb-2010
You are Our 10685th Visitor.
Please Email Additions/Corrections to Webmaster

See also Combs &c. of the Revolutionary War

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 80

DAR ID Number: 79555 pp.199-200: Mrs. Agnes Eliza Stock Spooner; born in Pelham, Ontario, Canada. Wife of Eugene Thayer Spooner. Descendant of John Stock, Joseph Whiting, Samuel COOMES, Simon Colton, and Festus Colton, all of Massachusetts. Daughter of Hosea Thomas Stock (1821-91) and Mary Avery Hawkes (1822-99), his wife, m. 1843. Granddaughter of John Stock, Jr. (1787-1863), and Martha (or Patty) Whiting (1791-1833), hiswife, m. 1809; Oliver S. Hawkes (b.1790) and Miriam COOMES (b.1793), his wife, m. 1813. Gr-granddaughter of John Stock and Phœbe Cothrell (1754-89), his wife, m. 1785; Joseph Whiting and Abigail (Nabby) Alden(b.1757), his wife, m. 1778; Walter COOMES (1766-1842) and Flavia Colton (1771-99), his wife, m. 1790. [p.200]Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel COOMES and Miriam Hall (1748-96), hiswife, m. 1761; Festus Colton and Eunice Keep (d. 1807), his wife, m. 1768.Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter ofSimon Colton and Abigail Burt (1714-60), his 1st wife, m. 1736. John Stocken listed, 1777, in Capt. James Hatch's Company, Colonel Bailey's Plymouth County, Massachusetts Regiment. Joseph Whiting (1724-1813) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Robert Orr's Company of minutemen, Col. John Bailey's Regiment. He was born and died in Hingham.Samuel COOMES enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Ephraim Chapin's Company, Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's Massachusetts Regiment. He was born, 1730, in Hampshire County, and died there after 1782. Simon Colton (1709-96) was a member of committee to draw up resolutions for Hampden County, Mass., 1774,to aid the cause of the Revolution. He was born and died in Long Meadow. Festus Colton served, 1777, as a private in Capt. Gideon Burt's Company, Col. David Leonard's Massachusetts Regiment. He was born and died in Long Meadow.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 82

DAR ID Number: 81306 Mrs. Mary E. Combes Brown; born in Lamont, Mich. Wife of Henry D. Brown. Descendant of Ensign Joseph Hinsdale. Daughter of Sylvester Combs (1815-79) and Geraldine H. Hinsdale(1819-98), his wife, m. 1848. Granddaughter of Hiram Hinsdale (1788-1871) and Roxalany Walbridge (1793-1845), his wife, m. 1818. Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Hinsdale and Hannah Bingham (1748-1822), his wife, m. 1772. Joseph Hinsdale (1747-1800) served as ensign, 1778, in Capt. Samuel Robinson's Company, Col. Samuel Herrick's Regiment. He was born in Canaan, Conn.; died in Bennington, Vt.

DAR ID Number: 81307 Miss Nellie Emeline Combes; born in Lamont, Mich. Descendant of Ensign Joseph Hinsdale. Daughter of Sylvester COMBES (1815-79) and Geraldine H. Hinsdale (1819-98), his wife, m. 1848. See № 81306.

DAR ID Number: 81281 Mrs. Mary Brengle Carskadon; born in Cumberland, Md. Wife of James Thornton Carskadon. Descendant of Richard Richardson, Jr., and of Jacob Boogher. Daughter of Jacob Brengle (1828-95) and Sarah E. Boogher (b.1826), his wife, m. 1849. Granddaughter of Nicholas Boogher (1801-86) and Rebecca Davis COOMBS (1804-74), his wife, m. 1823.Gr-granddaughter of Bayles COOMBS (1765-1810) and Sarah Richardson (1770-1814), his wife, m. 1799; Jacob Boogher and Elizabeth Christ (1768-1834), his wife, m. 1790. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Richardson and Mary Pierpont (b.1738), his wife, m. 1762. Richard Richardson (1742-1802) was a patriot who signed the Oath of Allegiance in Pennsylvania. Jacob Boogher (1756-1804) served as matross, 1776, in Capt. Nathaniel Smith's Company, Maryland artillery,andserved tothe end of the war. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Frederick County, MD. Also № 77675.

See Also Combs-Boogher (aka Booher, Booker, etc.) Families

DAR ID Number: 81598 pp.227-228 Mrs. Octavia Brewer Crocker; born in Rockland, Me. Wife of Seth Chilton Crocker. Descendant of Sergt. Joseph COOMBS . [p.228] Daughter of William H. Brewer (b.1853) and Caroline McAllister (b.1853), his wife, m. 1874. Granddaughter of John McAllister (b.1818) and Abigail P. COOMBS (1826-1902), his wife, m. 1850. Gr-granddaughter of George W. COOMBS (1800-73) and Elsa Haskell, his wife, m. 1821. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Archibald Gamble COOMBS (b.1777) and Nancy Mingerson (b.1774), his wife, 1798. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph COOMBS and Elizabeth Gamble (1755-1845), 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; died in South Thomaston, Me. Also № 75896.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83

DAR ID Number: 82853 Miss Ellen Clara Hogeboom; born in Kalamazoo, Mich. Descendant of Lieut. James Hogeboom, Abraham Hill, and Abraham Hill, Jr. Daughter of Barent Hogeboom (1817-67) and Marcia Loraine Goodridge (1821-63), his wife, m. 1845. Granddaughter of John Hogeboom (d. 1848) and Catherine COOMBS (1775-1861), his wife, m. 1801; Isaiah Goodridge (1791-1867) and Susan Millington (Hill) (1792-1864), his wife, m. 1815. Gr-granddaughter of James Hogeboom and Catherine Van Allen (d. 1861), his wife; AbrahamHill, Jr., and Ruth Blodgett (1766-1858), his 2nd wife, m. 1785. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abraham Hill and Susanna Millington, his wife, m. 1752. James Hogeboom (1750-1848) enlisted as ensign under Capt. Jeremiah Miller and, 1778, was promoted lieutenant. He was at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga. In 1832, he was placed on the pension roll of Montgomery County, N. Y.He was born in Claverack; died in Northampton, N. Y. Also № 26501. Abraham Hill (1734-1812) was a Minute Man at Bunker Hill. He served under different commands, 1776-78, and, in 1779 ,enlisted as private to reinforce the Continental Army. He was born and died in West Cambridge, Mass. Also № 59955. AbrahamHill, Jr. (1759-1838), enlisted, 1775, servingat the siege of Boston and of Bunker Hill. He was born in Cambridge, Mass.; died in Grafton, Vt. Also № 69807.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 84

DAR ID Number: 83079 pp.27-28: Mrs. Ethel A. Hayden Woodhead; born in South Thomaston, Me. Wife of A. E. Woodhead. Descendant of Sergt. Joseph COOMBS, as follows:

  1. Charles M. Hayden (b.1845), m. 1883,Jessie F. Banton (b.1857)
  2. William L. Hayden (1802-84), m. 1831, AbigailCoombs Dow (1809-92)
  3. James Dow, m. 1806, Elizabeth COOMBS(b.1787)
  4. Joseph COOMBS, m. 1776, Elizabeth Gamble (1755-1845).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 № 78486.

DAR ID Number: 83003 Mrs. Anna BERGEN Smith; born in Petersburg [Lawrence, Menard, St. Clair Co?], Ill. Wife of James Uriel SMITH. Descendant of John B. BERGEN, as follows: 1. Benjamine Franklin Bergen (b.1838), m., 2nd, 1861, Elizabeth Clark (1838-1900). 2. George Spafford Woodhull Bergen (1809-80), m. 1829, Emily Wyatt (1813-70). 3. George I. BERGEN (1764-1825), m. 1789, Rebecca COMBS (d. 1846). 4. John B. Bergen, m., 1st, 1763, Sarah Stryker (1745-1821). John B. Bergen (1739-1808) served with the Jersey Blues. He was born in Cranberry; died in Middlesex County, NJ Also № 34787.

Notes: According to Teunis Bergen's 1876 book, The Bergen Family, Rebecca COMBS was the d/o Judge Jonathan COMBS of Middlesex Co, NJ, and two years after the death of George I. BERGEN, m "... the Rev. Mr. KENNER, a Baptist preacher from Virginia..."

DAR ID Number: 83605 Mrs. Irene Fiske Leon; born in S. Thomaston, Me. Wife of Harry Louis Leon. Descendant of Sergt. Joseph COOMBS, as follows:

  1. Amos Fiske (1838-1907), m. 1866, Julia D. Hayden (b.1839)
  2. William D. Hayden (1802-84), m. 1831, Abigail Coombs Dow (1809-92)
  3. James Dow, m. Elizabeth COOMBS (b.1787)
  4. Joseph COOMBS,m. 1776, Elizabeth Gamble (1754-1845). 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; died in South Thomaston, Me. Also № 75896.

DAR ID Number: 83993 Mrs. Frances Mcconnell Bowen Sarles; born in Madison, Wis. Wife of Jesse Eugene Sarles. Descendant of Abial Chaffee, as follows:

  1. William Henry Bowen (1845-88), m. 1868, Frances McConnell (b.1849)
  2. Jabez Lucien Bowen, m. Mary Sargent COOMES
  3. Rensellear COOMES, m. Hannah Sargent Chaffee
  4. Abial Chaffee, m. Hannah Sargent. Abial Chaffee (1762-1847) served several enlistments under different commands. He applied for a pension, 1840, and it was allowed for service as private, Connecticut Line. He was born and died in Woodstock. Also № 61663.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85

DAR ID Number: 84796 pp.308-9 Mrs. Bertha Lyttle Bryant; born in Perry County, KY. Wife of Hugh Bryant. Descendant of Nathan Brittain, as follows:

  1. John James Lyttle (1858-83), m. 1878, Mary Ellen Combs (1860-1900)
  2. David Yoncey Lyttle (1822-1904), m. 1844, Drusilla Posey (1826-65)
  3. George Brittain (1770-1850), m. 1816, Nancy Elizabeth Posey (1800-81)
  4. Nathan Brittain, m. 1760, Elizabeth Parks. Nathan Brittain served as private in Capt. Jonathan Clark's Company, Col. Abraham Bowman's Regiment, Virginia Line. He was born in Virginia; died, 1776, while inservice.

Note: Mary ELLEN Combs Lyttle was the d/o Josiah Henry Combs & Polly Ann MATTINGLY who m 9 Jul 1853, Perry Co, KY. See Also The Combes Genealogy…

DAR ID Number: 84808 pp.312-3: Mrs. Carolyn Eugenia Goff Duncan; born in Clark County, KY. Wife of Henry T. Duncan. Descendant of Joseph Hedges, as follows:

  1. Thomas Goff, m. Mary Sudduth
  2. John Hedges Goff, m. Martha Chandler Prewitt
  3. Elisha Goff, m. Nancy Hedges
  4. John Hedges, m. Catherine Troutman. 5. Joseph Hedges, m. Sarah Briggs. Joseph Hedges (1743-1804) enlisted in Capt. John Combs' company, Col. Oliver Spencer's Continental regiment, and served three years. He was born in Maryland; died in Bourbon County, KY. Also № 16136.

Notes: Joseph HEDGES enlisted in ???? (to be added)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86

DAR ID Number: 85810 p.312: Miss Marcia Potter; born in Saginaw, Mich. Descendant of Lieut. James Hogeboom, Abraham Hill, and Abraham Hill.Jr.,as follows:

  1. Fred Holmes Potter (b.1840), m. 1869, Emma Hogeboom (1849-1903)
  2. Barent Hogeboom (1817-67), m. 1846, Marcia Goodridge (1821-63)
  3. John Hogeboom (d. 1848), m. 1800, Catherine COOMBS (d. 1861);Isaiah Goodridge (1791-1867), m. 1815, Susan Willington Hill (1792-1864)
  4. James Hogeboom, m. Catherine Van Allen; Abraham Hill, Jr., m. 1785,Ruth Blodgett (1766-1838)
  5. Abraham Hill, m. 1757, Susanna Willington. [p.312] James Hogeboom (1750-1848) enlisted as ensign in Capt. Jeremiah Miller's Company, and, 1778, was promoted lieutenant. He was in the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga. In 1832 he was placed on the pension roll of Montgomery County, N. Y. He was born in Claverack; died in Northampton, N. Y. Also № 26501. Abraham Hill (1734-1812) was a Minute Man at Bunker Hill. He served under different commands, 1776-78, and, 1779, enlisted as private to reinforce the Continental Army. He was born and died in West Cambridge, Mass. Also № 59955. Abraham Hill, Jr. (1759-1838), enlisted, 1775, at the siege of Boston and was in the battle of Bunker Hill. He was born in Cambridge, Mass.; died in Grafton, Vt. Also № 82853.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 88

DAR ID Number: 87902 Miss Isabel Hudnut; born in Princeton, N.J. Descendant of Richard Hudnut, John Van Pelt, Ezekiel Anderson, and Stephen Ford, as follows:

  1. David Adams Hudnut (1837-1909) m., 1860, Francenia Ely Wright (1839-1908)
  2. Alexander M. Hudnut (1798-1868) m., 1828, Sarah Davis (1807-90);Thomas Steward (1795-1867) m., 1821, Tabitha Bowers (1801-42)
  3. Richard Hudnutm., 1791, Grace Anderson (1768-1853); Abraham Davis (1767-1815)m., 1790,Lydia Van Pelt (1766-1844); Joseph Bowers m. Ann Ford (b.1777)
  4. John Van Peltm., 1750, Katrina Van Liew; Stephen Ford m. Lydia Borden(b.1742); Ezekiel Anderson (1734-1800) m. 2nd, 1761, Mary Combs.Richard Hudnut (1760-1818) was a fifer and fife-major under Captains Guild and Moore, Colonel Houghton, New Jersey Line. He was born in Blawenburg; died in Hopewell, N.J. Johannes Van Pelt (1750-1820) served as private in Capt Samuel Carhart's Company, New Jersey Line. He was born in Six Mile Run; died in Harlinger, N.J. Ezekiel Anderson (1734-1800) served as private in the 2nd New Jersey regiment, 1777. He was born in Maidenhead; died in Hopewell, NJ Stephen Ford served as private in Burlington County, New Jersey militia. He was born, 1738, in Middlesex County, NJ

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 89

DAR ID Number: 88341 p.111 Mrs. Rachel Thomas Flanagan; born in Mechanics Falls, Me. Wife of J. J. Flanagan. Descendant of Lieut. ThomasBerry, as follows:[p.111]

  1. E. A. Thomas (b.1854) m. 1878 C. Hortense Berry (b.1854)
  2. Joseph Files Berry (b.1830) m. 1854 Anna L. White (1834-1908)
  3. Joseph Berry (b.1797) m. 1824 Harriett Oliver
  4. Samuel Berry (b.1774) m.Mary Gould
  5. Thomas Berry m. 1773 Abigail COOMBS. Thomas Berry (1745-1828) was placed on the pension roll, 1823, for one year's service as lieutenant, Massachusetts Line. He was born and died in Portland, Me. Also Nos. 32473, 42970.

DAR ID Number: 88399 Mrs. Mary Roberta Stringer Cooney; born in Mt. Jackson [ Shenandoah Co], Va. Wife of Dr. Daniel C. Cooney. Descendant of Robert Combs,as follows:

  1. William R. Stringer (1833-88) m. 1858 Sarah Virginia ARNOLD (1840-73)
  2. David W. Arnold m. 1828 Mary Jane Shacklett (1810-95)
  3. William SHACKLETT m. Sarah Combs
  4. Robert Combs m. Sarah LINTON. Robert Combs was placed on the pension roll of Fauquier County, VA., 1832, for service as private, Virginia Line. He was born, 1753, in Loudoun County [VA]; died in Virginia.

See RW Robert (Ashby?) Combs and DAR Early Lineage, Vol.41.

DAR ID Number: 88488 pp.156-157 Mrs. Abigail Lynch Cumings Hawkey; born in Warren County, Pa. Wife of Harold R. Hawkey. Descendant of John Rue, Lieut.Benjamin Cumings, John Whitaker, William Poole, Abraham AMSDEN, and Capt. Jonathan Combs, as follows:

  1. Henry Harrison Cumings (b.1840) m. 1867 Charlotte Jane Sink (b.1846)
  2. Charles Cumings (1814-1900) m. 1838 Emily Amsden (1816-51); Andrew Jackson Sink (1823-80) m. 1840 Sarah Catharine Rue (1823-81)
  3. Benjamin Cumings, Jr. (1781-1852) m. 1805 Lucy Whitaker (1782-1861); Abraham Amsdenm. Mehettable Currier; Matthew M. Rue (1780-1828) m. 3rd 1816 Charlotte Higgins (d. 1827)
  4. Benjamin Cumingsm. 1st 1780 Bridget Poole (1762-85); Abraham Amsden m. Submit Morse; John RUE m. 1777Ann Combs (1751-89); John Whitaker m. 1766 Thankful Pierce (1744-1830)
  5. William Poolem. 1751 Hannah Nichols; Jonathan Combs m. 1741 Elizabeth Reed. John Rue (1754-1844) served several enlistments, 1775-78, under different commands, New Jersey militia. In 1832 he applied for a pension which was allowed. He was born in South Amboy; died in Dutch Neck [now-Mercer Co], NJ John Whitaker (1743-1828) served as a private in the New Hampshire militia. He died in Mason, NH William Poole (1726-95) participated in the capture of Ticonderoga. He was born in Reading, Mass.; died in Hollis, NH Abraham Amsden (1752-1833) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Joseph Moore's Company, Col. William Prescott's Massachusetts Regiment. He was born in Southboro, Mass.; died in Ashtabula [Ashtabula Co], Ohio.Jonathan Combs (1729-1800) commanded a company in the 3rd regiment, Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He wasburied in Cranbury, NJ Benjamin Cumings (1757-1804) served as lieutenant at Bunker Hill. He was born in Hollis; died in Brookline, NH Also № 32679.

DAR ID Number: 88723 Mrs. M. Irene Gilmore Hill; born in Eddington, Me. Wife of C. B. Hill. Descendant of Samuel Gilmore, as follows:

  1. Mellen Gilmore (b.1848) m. 1875 Flora McCorrison (b.1858)
  2. Rufus Gilmore (1813-81) m. 1842 Nancy Rollins (1812-92)
  3. David Gilmore (1788-1868) m. 1811 Sally COOMBS (1794-1876)
  4. Samuel Gilmore m. 1788 Reumah Hathorn (1767-1864). Samuel Gilmore (1765-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Penobscot County, Me., for service as private, 1780, in Captain Hunt's Company, Colonels Greaton's and Jackson's Massachusetts Regiment. His widow also received a pension. He was born in Wrentham, Mass.; died in Brewer, Me. Also № 24219.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91

DAR ID Number: 90350 Mrs. Alice Washburne Ropes; born in Worcester, Mass. Wife of William Ropes. Descendant of Japheth Washburn, as follows:

  1. John F. Washburn (b.1857) m. 1881 Lillian Hall (1863-87)
  2. John N. Washburn (1836-75) m. 1856 Mary Grant (b.1839)
  3. Zalmuna Washburn, Jr.(1801-72),m. Ann Coffin
  4. Zalmuna Washburn (b.1772) m. 1st Deborah-
  5. Japheth Washburn m. Priscilla COOMBS. Japheth Washburn (1746-1828)served as private under Captains Cottle, Doty and Washburn, Colonels Sproutand White, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Carver, Mass.

DAR ID Number: 90466 Miss Anna Combs TITUS; born in Albion, N.Y. Descendant of Capt. David Huested, as follows:

  1. Thomas Benton Titus (1835-1901) m. 1861 Harriet Combs (b.1840)
  2. Anson Titus (1809-82)m. 1834 Almira Sabin (1810-87)
  3. Billy Titus (1780-1860) m. 1806 Judith Huested (d. 1829)
  4. David Huested m. Patience Palmer. David Huested (1741-1835) served as lieutenant and captain of the Albany County, New York militia. He was born in Horse Neck; died in Lee, N. Y. Also № 60476.

DAR ID Number: 90937 Mrs. Lillian Morgan Stewart; born in Sedgwick, ME. Wife of Norman Q. Stewart. Descendant of Thomas Herrick Cole, as follows:

  1. Isaac Newton Morgan (1841-91) m. 1861 Susie Isabel COOMBS (1845-1911)
  2. Edward Morgan (b.1817) m. 1839 Lucretia S. Cole (b.1819)
  3. Benjamin Cole (1782-1870) m. 1812 Lucy Freethey (1783-1873)
  4. Thomas Herrick Cole m. 1781 Susanna Cleaves (d. 1844). Thomas Herrick Cole (1767-1819) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. John Low's Company, Col. John Mansfield's Regiment. He was born and died in Beverly, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95

DAR ID Number: 94572 p.176 Mrs. Addie Evans Wynn; born in Marion, Ala. Wife of James O. Wynn. Descendant of Lieut. William Evans, Capt. Thomas Heard, Randall Robinson, Robert Robinson, Lieut. James Blassingame, John Blassingame, and Capt. John Gowen, as follows:

  1. William A. Evans (1836-1903)m. 1864 Josephine Wyatt (1844-1905)
  2. William Gilbert Evans (1810-95) m. 1830 Adaline Heard (1809-51); William Newton Wyatt (1803-68) m. 1840 Eliza Miller (1823-76)
  3. William Evans, Jr. (1776-1822), m. Elizabeth Combs Hammock; Falkner Heard (1787-1830) m. Mary Robinson (1790-1837); George Miller (1790-1839) m. Permelia Blassingame (1799-1835)
  4. William Evans m. Susannah Clement(d. 1817); Thomas Heard m. Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (1750-90); Randall Robinsonm. 1789 Liddy -(d. 1790); James Blassingamem. Mary Gowen (d. 1841)
  5. Robert Robinson m.1760 Lucretia - (d. 1819); John Blassingame m. - Westfield; John Gowen m. Letty- (d. 1810). [p.176] William Evans (1746-1807) served as lieutenant in Col. Elijah Clark's Regiment, Georgia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Wilkes County, Ga. Thomas Heard (1742-1808) served as captain in Virginia State troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Greene County, Ga. Randall Robinson (1762-1842) served as private in Colonel Waters' regiment, South Carolina Line. He was born in Granville County, N. C.; died in Newnan, Ga. Robert Robinson served as private in the South Carolina militia. He was born in Brunswick County, Va.; died, 1803, in Edgefield County, S. C. James Blassingame (1760-1821) served as lieutenant and captain in South Carolina militia. He was born in Beaufort District; died in Greenville District, S. C. John Blassingame was a Whig who suffered persecution in the Kings Mountain campaign. He was born in Maryland or Virginia; died, 1809, in South Carolina. John Gowen served as captain and commissary, 1779, on the South Carolina Line. He was born in Beaufort District; died in Spartanburg District, S. C.

Note: Elizabeth Combs HAMMOCK was the d/o Benedict & Mary (Combs?) Hammock, Jr. of Amelia Co, VA and Wilkes Co, GA

DAR ID Number: 94790 p.176: Mrs. Margaret Gordon Combs Bewley; born in Bowling Green [Warren Co], KY. Wife of Elmore Woodward Bewley. Descendant of Sergt. Charles Morehead and of Kerrenhappuch Norman Turner, as follows:

  1. Samuel Williams Combs, Jr. M.D. (1830-82), m. 1853 Martha Hampton (b.1836)
  2. Samuel Williams Combs, M.D. (d. 1830 [Hardin Co, KY]), m. 1829 Elvira Slaughter Morehead (1806-86)
  3. Charles Morehead, Jr., m. 1786 Margaret Slaughter (b.1764)
  4. Charles Morehead m. Mary Turner
  5. James Turner m. Kerrenhappuch Norman Turner. Charles Morehead (1762-1828) served as sergeant in Lee's famous legion of Virginia troops, and was at the surrender of Yorktown. He was born in Fauquier County, Va.; died in Logan County, KY. Kerrenhappuch Norman Turner (1716-81) was a patriot mother. She nursed the wounded soldiers at the battle of Guilford, where a monument is erected to her memory. Also № 64593.

Notes: See William F. Coombes Manuscript. Samuel W. COOMBS, b 9 Aug 1799, d 16 Apr, 1830,Hardin Co, KY, was the s/o Adin & Pamelia WILLIAMS Coombs of Loudoun Co, VA;Frederick Co, MD and Hardin Co, KY. See Also Vol. 65 and Vol. 111

DAR ID Number: 94794 Mrs. Elizabeth Bell COOMBS Moore; born in Bowling Green, KY. Wife of Frank Patterson Moore. Descendant of Sergt. Charles Morehead, Kerrenhappuch Norman Turner, and Jesse Kirby, as follows:

  1. Samuel Williams COOMBS, M. D. (b.1861), m. 1886 Pearl Potter (b.1864). See № 94792
  2. Pleasant J. Potter m. Julia Frances Hill
  3. Frederick Potter m. Elizabeth Kirby
  4. Jesse Kirby m. Sophia Choice. Jesse Kirby (1757-1852) was placed on the pension roll, 1831, of Warren County, KY., for service as private, Virginia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Warren County, KY.

See also Margaret Combs Bewley in this volume

DAR ID Number: 94840 Mrs. Harriet Combs Berry; born in Mt. Freeborn, NJ Wife of Roy Nelson Berry. Descendant of Joseph Coleman, as follows:

  1. Ernest Berkley Combs m. 1874 Ella COE (b.1852)
  2. Peter Wynans Combs (1820-1905) m. Mary L. Coleman (1823-1907)
  3. Joseph H. Coleman m. Sarah Roberts
  4. Nathaniel Coleman m. Martha Howell
  5. Joseph Colemanm. Mary Salmon. Joseph Coleman (1718-1800) signed the Association Test from Goshen, N. Y., where he was born and died. Also № 60821.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96

DAR ID Number: 95550 Mrs. Belle Avery Livingston; born in Clinton, Mo. Wife of William John Livingston. Descendant of John Woolfolk, Edward Payne, and Jarvis Green, as follows:

  1. James Mason Avery (1838-1903) m. 1865 Sallie Woolfolk (b.1845)
  2. Henry Avery (1793-1845) m. 1819 Elizabeth Green (1798-1846); Charles Woolfolk (b.1840) m. 1831 Polly Ann Payne (1811-1908)
  3. John Woolfolk m. 1791 Elizabeth Lewis (b.1772); Wilson H. Payne (1784-1835) m. 1802 Sythe Combs (d. 1836); John Green (1777-1853) m. 1798 Rachel Makey
  4. William Payne m. 1st Malinda Grimes; Jarvis Green m. 1774 Sarah Griggs (1755-1846)
  5. Edward Payne m. 1750 Ann Holland Conyers (b.1728). John Woolfolk (1760-1842) was a soldier in the Virginia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Boone County, Mo. Also № 87856. Edward Payne (1724-1806) was a member of the Committee of Safety for Stafford Co, VA., where he was born; he died in Fayette County, KY. Jarvis Green (1750-82) was a private in Capt. Robert Porter's Company, North Carolina militia, 1777. He was born in North Carolina; died in Blue Licks Springs, KY.

Notes: Wilson H. PAYNE appears to have been a mistranscription of William H. PAYNE who m 1802 Clark Co, KY, Sythe Combs d/o Cuthbert & Sallie EVANS Combs, Sr.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97

DAR ID Number: 96306 Miss Alice Almira Combes; born in Lamont [Ottawa Co], Mich. Descendant of Ensign Joseph Hinsdale, as follows:

  1. Sylvester COMBES (1815-79) m. 1848 Geraldine H. Hinsdale (1819-98)
  2. Hiram Hinsdale (1788-1871) m. 1818 Roxalany Walbridge (1793-1845)
  3. Joseph Hinsdale, m. 1772 Hannah Bingham (1748-1822). Joseph Hinsdale (1747-1800) served as ensign 1778 in Capt. Samuel Robinson's Company, Col. Samuel Herrick's Regiment, Vermont troops. He was born in Canaan, Conn.; died in Bennington, Vt. Also № 81306.

DAR ID Number: 96803 Mrs. Anna Bell Stapleton; born in Rockport [Atchison Co], Mo. Wife of William Peery Stapleton. Descendant of Captain Peter Bell, as follows:

  1. Rev. William F. Bell (1831-1912) m. 2nd 1861 Sarah Ridgeway (b.1839)
  2. John Wiseman Bell (1805-80) m. 1824 Elizabeth Combs (1806-71)
  3. Daniel Bell (1777-1844) m. 1803 Katharine Wiseman (d. 1864)
  4. Peter Bellm. 1766 Elizabeth Leiter. Peter Bell (1744-78) commanded a company of Washington County, Maryland militia, 1776, Stull's battalion; ordered to New Jersey to join Washington's Army. He did not long survive the hardships of the campaign. He was born in Germany; died in Hagerstown [Frederick Co], MD. Also № 64203.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98

DAR ID Number: 97344 Miss Elizabeth Wright; born in Fairmont [Fillmore Co], Nebr. Descendant of Willaim McCrillis, and of Japheth Washburn, as follows:

  1. Thomas Maxfield Wright (b.1856) m. 1885 Lida Putt (b.1859)
  2. Thomas Jefferson Wright (1825-88) m. 1st 1853 Susan Demerit Maxfield (1828-56)
  3. Oren Maxfield (1804-88) m. 1826 Chloe Washburn Dexter (1808-72)
  4. Eliphet Maxfield (1772-1840) m. 1792 Jane McCrillis (1774-1859); NathanielDexter(b.1771) m. 1798 Chloe Washburn (b.1777)
  5. Japheth Washburn m. 1768 Priscilla COOMBS (1745-1830); William McCrillis m. 1773 Lydia Morrell. William McCrillis (1750-75) served in Stark's Regiment at the battle of Bunker Hill, where he was mortally wounded. He was born in New Hampshire. Also № 56208. Japheth Washburn (1756-1828), in 1775, was a private in Capt. Edward Hammond's Company of minute men, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Carver, Mass.; died in China, Me. Also № 90350.

Previous | Next
Return to Combs &c.Families and the DAR
Return to Combs &c. of the American Revolution (Patriots)

Join Combs &c. in Support of USGenNet
— an IRS-approved nonprofit web-hosting service —

Combs &c. Research FamiliesCombs Research Group Proud Patron of USGenNetJoin USGenNet

This site is hosted by USGenNet, a nonprofit web-hosting service solely supported by tax-deductible donations. If this website has provided you with useful information, please consider making a donation to USGenNet to help keep sites like this online.

NOTICE: The Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and complies fully with USGenNet's Conditions of Use. This Combs &c. Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research by the nonprofit Combs Research Group. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited. Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the proviso that it may only be copied and circulated in its entirety -- including this notice, and all sources, bibliographies and credits; and excepting electronically in which case permission is freely granted to link to this site instead. Sincerely, The Combs &c Research Group, Email: Webmaster.

© 1996-2010 Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group