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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 124

DAR ID Number: 123011 p.54-56: Mrs. Marie Louise Beeman Beers; born in Litchfield County, Conn. Wife of Daniel D. Beers. Descendant of Isaac Camp, Job Camp, James Camp, Sergt. Moses Newell Combs, Eleazer Ogden, Capt. Abner Everett, Corp. Daniel Beeman, Capt. William Cogswell, Abraham Adams, David Hayes, and Amos Harrison, as follows:

  1. William ChesterBeeman(b.1868) m. 1892 Maie Ogden Winans (b.1863)
  2. Edwin R. Beeman (1823-1913)m. 2d 1857 Louisa Francis Bennett (1833-92). Ogden J. Winans (1836-64) m. 1862 Henrietta Harvey Adams (1838-1905)
  3. Joseph H. Bennett (1796-1871) m. 1822 Laura Cogswell (1800-83); Isaac Combs Winans (1799-1877) m. 1826 Mary Johnson (1805-57); Henry Harvey Adams m. Eliza Ogden; Daniel Beeman, Jr. (1793-1852), m. 1819 Abigail Everett (1794-1885)
  4. Stephen Cogswell (1771-1837) m. 1791 Anna Camp (1769-1810); Ogden Johnson m. Pamela Camp (1786-1835); Abraham Winans (1772-1859) m. Sarah Combs (1780-1863); Amos Ogden m. Sarah Condit; Abner Everett m. 1786 Jedidah Bronson (1764-1827); Daniel Beemanm. 1779 Mary Bliss (1757-1850); Smith Adams m. Eunice Young
  5. Isaac Campm. 1763 Jane Baldwin (1741-99) (parents of Anna); James Camp (1758-93) m. Mary - (1764-1845); Moses Newell Combs m. 1779 Mary HAYES (1760-1816); Eleazer Ogden m. Jemima Harrison; William Cogswell m. 1762 Anna Whittlesey (1744-1810); Abraham Adams m. Lydia Giddings
  6. Job Camp m. Sarah - (parents of James); David Hayes m. Mary Crane; Amos Harrison m. Hannah Johnson. Isaac Camp (1740-93) enlisted, 1777, for three years under Capt. Samuel Mattock and was at Monmouth. He was born in Milford; died in New Preston, Conn. Also № 31246. Job Camp served in the company with his son James. His will was filed 1796. He was born in Newark, N.J., where, in 1796, he died. James Camp(1758-93) served as a private of New Jersey militia under Capt. Abraham Lyons. He was born and died in Newark, NJ Moses Newell Combs (1754-1834) enlisted, 1776, under Capt. Caleb Sayres and subsequently served in Baldwin's artificers. His pension was allowed, in 1832, for one year's actual service as artificer and one as sergeant in New Jersey militia. He died in Morris County, NJ Eleazer Ogden (1751-1826) was a Minute Man in the Essex County, New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Orange, NJ Abner Everett (1761-1852)was placed on the pension roll, 1832, for service as a private, 1778, in Capt. Amos Hawley's Company, Col. Increase Moseley's Regiment of militia. He was born in Bethlehem; died in Warren, Conn. Daniel Beeman (1755-1844) served as corporal under Captains Stevens and Babcock, Colonel Easton, Massachusetts Line; also served in Connecticut Line. He was born in Litchfield; died in Warren, Conn. Also № 99692. William Cogswell (1734-86) was a member of theCommittee of Inspection and captain of militia in the retreat at Long Island. He was born in Ipswich; died in New Preston, Conn. Also № 50614. Abraham Adams (1740-1803) enlisted, 1775, under Capt. John Tyler in a company raised at Preston, Conn., where he was born and died. David Hayes (1732-1811) served as a private in Captain Craig's Company, New Jersey State troops. He was born and died in Newark, NJ Amos Harrison (1712-85)was a Minute Man from Essex when New Jersey was the battlefield. He was born and died in Orange, NJ Also № 32773.

DAR ID Number: 123079 Mrs. Lula Cornutt Daniel Newberry; born in Perry County, KY. Descendant of William CORNETT (CORNITT), as follows:

  1. Daniel CORNETT (b.1850) m. 1886 Martha JAMISON (b.1861)
  2. Elijah CORNETT(b.1823) m. 1847 Syntha GRIGSBY (1832-1912)
  3. Robert CORNETT (b.1798) m. 1822 Louisa Combs
  4. William Cornett m. 2d 1796 Mary EVERAGE (1770-1852). William CORNETT (1765-1836) served several enlistments under different commands, 1779-80. He applied for a pension, 1833, which was allowed. He was born in Henrico County, Va.; died in Perry County, KY.

DAR ID Number: 123158 Mrs. Kathleen Combs Sanders; born in Erie [Erie Co], Pa. Wife of Thomas Sanders, Jr. Descendant of George Holmes, as follows:

  1. George N. Combs (1845-1913) m. 1879 Sarah HEARN (1854-1908)
  2. Nelson Combs (1815-1902) m. 1st 1840 Hannah Preston HOLMES (1821-91)
  3. Preston Holmes (1788-1857) m. 1809 Elizabeth Lund (1789-1829)
  4. George Holmes m. 1781 Rachel Allen (1762-1846). George Holmes (1761-1843) enlisted, 1777, in Capt. Nathaniel Goodwin's Company, and, 1778, served in the "Cambridge Guards," Capt. Moses Adams' company. He was born in Sharon, Mass.; died in Stoddard, NH Also № 10412.

DAR ID Number: 123283 Mrs. Mary APGAR Combs; born in New York, N. Y. Wife of James DeWitt Combs. Descendant of Corp. David Baker, as follows:

  1. Louis J. Apgar (1843-1905) m. 1864 Sarah Peck Patterson (1843-1909)
  2. Francis Patterson (1814-72) m. 1835 Mary Ann Peck (1814-75)
  3. Samuel Peck (1778-1849) m. Hannah Baker (1790-1875)
  4. David Baker m. 1778 Hannah Gookins. David Baker turned out with the Minute Men from Roxbury and served at Lexington. He was corporal in Capt. William Draper's Company, Col. William Heath's Regiment. He was born in Roxbury, and, in 1803, died there.

DAR ID Number: 123437 v140 Mrs. Gladys Ewing Combes; born in Houston, Tex. Wife of Abbott Carson COMBES, Jr. Descendant of Robert Ewing, Ephraim McLean, John Mills, Col. Thomas Green, Dr. Francis Kittredge, Maj. Abner Field, Capt. William Field, and Corp. Ebenezer Eaton, as follows:

  1. Presley Kittredge Ewing (b.1860) m. 1885 Mary Ellen Williams (b.1862)
  2. Fayette Clay Ewing (1824-72) m. 1852 Eliza Josephine Kittredge (1834-1914); Charles Clark Williams (1833-1900) m. 1861 Endora Elizabeth Cross (b.1845)
  3. Ephraim McLean Ewing (1789-1860) m. 1821 Jane Pope McIntyre (1795-1851) Benjamin Franklin Cross (1823-68) m. 1844 Mary Pierce Field (1819-93); Ebenezer E. Kittredge (1799-1867) m. 1820 Martha Mills Green (1804-36)
  4. Robert Ewing m. 1787 Jane McLean (1769-1847); William Field (1780-1845) m. 1814 Elizabeth Mills (1795-1845); Everard Green m. 1798 Elizabeth Kirkiand (1778-1833); Stephen Kittredge (1766-1800) m. 1791 Elizabeth Eaton (1769-1853)
  5. Ephraim McLean m. 1761 Elizabeth Davidson; John Mills m. 1781 Perine Marioneau(1762-1829); Thomas Green m. 1752 Martha Wills (b.1734); Francis Kittredgem. 1752 Abigail Richardson (d. 1812); Abner Field m. 2d 1779 Rebecca Payne (1760-1811); Ebenczer Eaton m. 1762 Ann Brown (b.1743)
  6. William Field m.1750 Waite Waterman (1707-49). [p.140] Robert Ewing (1760-1832) served with the Virginia troops in the Revolution. He was born in Virginia died in Logan County, KY. Also № 104335. Ephraim McLean (1730-1823), a recognized patriot, served on committees in North Carolina. He was born in Scotland; died in Kentucky. John Mills (1758-1825) served as private in the Revolution from Virginia, where he was born; died in Point Coupee Parish, La. Thomas Green (1723-1805) served as colonel in the Continental Army. He was born in James City County, Va.; died in Jefferson County, Miss. Francis Kittredge (1728-1808) served as surgeon from Billerica, Mass., where he was born; died in Walpole, NH Abner Field (1754-92), in 1777, was a private in a company of volunteers from Pawtucket, R. I.; in 1778 was major under Col. Benjamin Arnold. He was born and died in Providence, R. I. William Field (1728-1808),in 1780,commanded a company of Providence County, Rhode Island, militia. He was born and died in Providence, R. I. Ebenezer Eaton (1735-1805) served as corporal in Star's brigade, New Hampshire militia, 1777. He was born in Hampton Falls; died in Walpole, N.H.

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DAR ID Number: 126157 p.49: Mrs. Laura Alexander COOMBE; born in New York City. Wife of Henry Bernard COOMBE. Descendant of Jesse Belnap, as follows:

  1. Squire Alexander (1816-81) m. 3d 1864 Jane Ellerson (Dobie) Kellogg (1838-1904)
  2. Jacob Alexander (1792-1843) m. 1815 Laura Belnap (1799-1875)
  3. Jesse Belnap m. 1779 Eunice Hall (1763-1849). Jesse Belnap (1760-1854) received a pension on claim executed, 1832, for service as artificer under Captains Darius Wilcox and Stephen Osborn, Colonel Baldwin's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in North East, Pa. Also № 74643.

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DAR ID Number: 149077 Mrs. Alice Adams COOMBE. ; born in California, Mo. Wife of J. F. COOMBE. Descendant of Josiah Dickson, as follows:

  1. Josiah Adams (1812-97) m. 1838 Amanda Tucker (1822-80)
  2. David Adams (1780-1863) m. 1807 Margaret Dickson (1787-1879)
  3. Josiah Dickson m. 1786 Isabel Reid (1757-1837). Josiah Dickson (1750-1834) was placed on the pension roll of Cooper County, Mo., 1833, for service as private, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Scotland; died in Boonville, Mo. Also № 125216.

DAR ID Number: 149365 Mrs. Clara Hawes Bascom Owings; born in Bath County, KY. Wife of Rezin Gist Owings. Descendant of Robert Carter Nicholas, Col. George Nicholas, Wilson Cary, Capt. John Cockey Owings, John Smith and John Ashby, as follows:

  1. Alpheus Washington Bascom (1840-1912) m. 2d 1874 Mary Artemesea Young (1852-1911)
  2. Sylvanus Clark Bascom (1802-44) m. 1835 Mary Nicholas Owings (1812-65); James T. Young (1826-62) m. 1848 Miranda A. Burbridge (1829-1902)
  3. Thomas Deye Owings (1776-1853) m. 1803 Maria Nicholas (1780-1825); Thomas Johnstone Young (1797-1881) m. 1815 Elizabeth - (1796-1879)
  4. John Cockey Owings (Owens) m. 1772 Colgate Deye Colgate (1753-1828); George Nicholas m. 1778 Mary Smith (1755-1800); James YOUNG (1772-1833) m. 1795 Sarah PETERS (1774-1862
  5. Robert Carter Nicholas m. 1754 Anne Cary; John Smith m. Mary Buchanan; John PETERS m.Elizabeth ASHBY (d. 1830)
  6. Wilson Cary m. Sarah -; John ASHBY m. 1st 1741 Jean Combs. Robert Carter Nicholas (1728-80) was treasurer of the colony; member of assembly and of the Committee of Correspondence of Virginia. He was born in Williamsburg; died in Hanover, Va. George Nicholas (1755-99) was colonel of the 2d Virginia regiment. He was born in Hanover, Va.; died in Lexington, KY. Wilson Cary (1703-86) a patriot, served on the Committee of Safety of Hampton, Va., where he died. He was born in Warwick, Va. John Cockey Owens (1736-1810) commanded a company in the Baltimore County, Maryland militia. He was born and died in Baltimore County, Md. John Smith (1722-94) a patriot, was a delegate to the convention to frame the first constitution of Virginia, 1776, and in the State Senate, 1781. He was born in Ireland; died in Maryland. Also № 13382. John ASHBY (1707-97) was a patriot of Virginia. He was born in Fauquier County; died in Winchester [Frederick Co], VA.

Notes: Jean (a.k.a. Jane) Combs, d/o Joseph Combs I, m 11 May 1741, Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co, VA, John ASHBY.

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DAR ID Number: 154200 Mrs. Gladys DAVIS Coombs; born in Morgantown, W. Va. Wife of Wayne F. COOMBS. Descendant of Samuel B. Davis, as follows:

  1. James Webster Davis (b.1861) m. 1887 Fannie A. Wheeler (1866-1916)
  2. Samuel W. Davis (1821-64) m. 1852 Eliza F. Clutter (1827-1902)
  3. Samuel B. Davis, Jr. (b.1789), m. Margaret Harrison
  4. Samuel B. Davis m. 1778 Rebecca Bussey. Samuel B. Davis (1757-1840) received 2 pension, 1833, for service as private in the Virginia troops. He was born in Charles County, Md.; died in Hampshire County, Va. Also № 140408.

DAR ID Number: 154871 Mrs. Jessie M. Swain Case; born in Lowell, Mass. Wife of William H. Case. Descendant of David Dustin, as follows:

  1. Asa Micajah Swain (1830-1908) m. 1853 Mary Coombs Sargent (1830-93)
  2. Asa Swain (1803-48) m. 1828 Lydia Dustin Wadleigh (1804-88)
  3. Joseph Wadleigh (1784-1867) m. 1803 Phebe Dustin (1782-1872)
  4. David Dustin m. 2d 1774 Lydia Kenniston. David Dustin was a private in Major Benjamin Whitcomb's independent company of Rangers. Signed the Association Test, 1776, in Sanbornton, NH, where, in 1803, he died. He was born in Raymond, NH Also № 77301.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 156

DAR ID Number: 155143 p.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). [p.48]
  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, NJ 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, NJ 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, NJ 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.

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DAR ID Number: 156089 p.28: Mrs. Winifred Dustin Barth; born in Pern, Nebr. Wife of John Wilfred Barth. Descendant of John Dustin, Lieut. Caleb Cushing and Corp. Thomas Smith, as follows:

  1. George Timothy Tilford Dustin (b.1844) m. 1880 Huldah Adeline Capwell (1861-1922)
  2. Timothy Dustin (1803-44) m. Louisa Frances Combs (1816-62); James S. Capwell m. Rachael Jane Smith (d. 1874)
  3. Timothy Dustin (1765-1840) m. 1790 Ann Cushing (1763-1829); Benjamin Smith (1795-1873) m. Lydia Gardiner (d.1832)
  4. John Dustin m. 2d Ruth Haseltine (1735-1819); Caleb Cushing m. 1761 Sarah Sawyer (1742-1823); Deodate Smith (1772-1834) m. Mary Rachael Allsworth (1776-1848)
  5. Thomas Smith m. 1760 Mary Greene (1734-1810). John Dustin (1724-97) served as private in Capt. Timothy Eaton's Company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Haverhill, Mass. Caleb Cushing (1737-1806) was brigade quartermaster, 2d lieutenant [p.28] and 1st lieutenant in the Massachusetts troops. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; died in Thetford, Vt. Also № 153641. Thomas Smith (1739-1821) enlisted, 1779, as a private and served, 1781, as corporal, Connecticut State Guards. He was born in East Haddam, Conn.; died in Old Forge, Pa. Also № 155869.

DAR ID Number: 156098 Mrs. Carrie Swain Chilcoat; born in Easthampton, Mass. Wife of H. B. Chilcoat. Descendant of David Dustin, as follows:

  1. Charles Luther Swain (1863-1907) m. 2d Nellie Rohan.
  2. Asa Micajah Swain (1830-1908) m. 1853 Mary Combs Sargent (1830-93)
  3. Asa Swain (1803-48) m. 1828 Lydia Dustin Wadleigh (1804-88)
  4. Joseph Wadleigh (1784-1867)m. 1803 Phœbe Dustin (1782-1872)
  5. David Dustin m. 2d 1774 Lydia Kenniston. David Dustin was a private in Maj. Benjamin Whitcomb's independent company of Rangers. Signed the Association Test, 1776, in Sanbornton, NH, where, in 1803, he died. He was born in Raymond, NH Also № 154871.

DAR ID Number: 156440 Mrs. Frances Moore Clements; born in Aberdeen, Miss. Wife of Charles Runcie Clements. Descendant of Lieut. William Evans, as follows:

  1. Thomas Watson Moore (1843-92) m. 1870 Eliza Walker Evans (b.1844)
  2. William Gilbert Evans (1810-85) m. 1830 Adaline Heard (1809-51)
  3. William Evans, Jr. (1776-1822), m. 1798 Elizabeth Combs Hammock
  4. William Evans m. Susannah Clement (d. 1817). Williams Evans served as lieutenant in Col. Elijah Clark's Regiment, Georgia Line. He was born, 1746, in Virginia; died in Wilkes County, Ga. Also № 152701.

Notes: Elizabeth Combs HAMMOCK was the d/o Benedict and Mary (Combs?) Hammock of Amelia Co, VA and Wilkes Co, GA. See also Vol. 70.

DAR ID Number: 156554 Mrs. Mary Combs Bradley; born in Adamsville [Fulton Co], Ga. Wife of Thomas Esbun Bradley. Descendant of Thomas Wootten and of Lieut. Richard B. WOOTTEN, as follows:

  1. Richard Dempsey Combs (b.1846) m. 1876 Naomi L. Cox (1845-1918)
  2. John M. Combs (1822-97) m. 1845 Martha Wootten (d. 1848)
  3. Richard B. Wootten (d. 1850) m. 1816 Martha Hinton (1799-1882)
  4. Richard Bradford Wootten m. 1795 Lucretia Cade (b.1775)
  5. Thomas Wootten m. 1st 1754 Sarah -. Thomas Wootten was Justice of the Peace, 1776, member of the House of Commons, 1777, and sheriff of Wake County, N. C. He was born in North Carolina; died, 1808, in Oglethorpe County, Ga. Also № 147918. Richard B. Wootten (1760-98) served as lieutenant in Capt. John Pope's 7th company, Colonel Freeman's battalion, Georgia troops. He was born in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga. Also № 127707.

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DAR ID Number: 158542 Mrs. Lillian Mowry Pattee; born in Dorchester, Mass. Wife of Summer Chadbourne Pattee. Descendant of Lieut. Peleg Pendleton, as follows:

  1. Albert Daniel Mowry (1848-1907) m. 1880 Ella Frances Treat (b.1856)
  2. James Blanchard Treat (b.1828) m. 1855 Mary Ann Pendleton (1832-1903)
  3. Joseph Pendleton (1803-84) m. 1827 Fannie COOMBS(1802-72)
  4. William Pendleton (1769-1824) m. 1795 Nancy Pendleton (d.1831)
  5. Peleg Pendleton m. 1758 Ann Parks (1739-1817). Peleg Pendleton (1733-1810) served as lieutenant under Capt. James Babcock in the Westerly, Rhode Island train of artillery. He was born in Westerly, R.I.; died in Searsport, Maine. Also № 132896.

DAR ID Number: 158545 Mrs. Georgia Brown COOMBS; born in Milbridge, Me. Wife of George A. COOMBS. Descendant of Col. John Allan, as follows:

  1. John Brown (1845-1910) m. 1874 Ella Stevens
  2. George H. Stevens m. Alice Everett (1818-52)
  3. John Everett (1794-1826) m. Isabel Allan (b.1797)
  4. William Allan (1768-1814) m. Alice Crane (1770-1841)
  5. John Allan m. 1767 Mary Patten (1746-1819). John Allan (1746-1805) was colonel of Massachusetts troops. He was born in Scotland; died in Lubec, Maine. Also № 98626.

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DAR ID Number: 159955 pp.296-7: Miss. Abbie F. Minott; born in Phippsburg, Maine. Descendant of John COOMBS, as follows:

  1. Charles Vincent Minott (1826-1903) m. 1855 Sarah Catherine Rogers (1832-1913)
  2. Thomas Minott (1795-1883) m. 1825 Fannie Campbell COOMBS (1801-88)
  3. Zebulon COOMBS (1780-1850) m. 1800 Nancy Campbell (1779-1864)
  4. John COOMBS m. 1772 Savia Brown. John COOMBS (1748-1836) served as private in Capt. Abraham Tyler's Company, Col. Thomas Poor's Regiment of militia which marched to North River, N. Y. He was born in Newburyport,Mass.; died in Bowdoin, Me. Also № 124254.

See also Newburyport, Essex Co., MA

DAR ID Number: 159956 Miss Alice M. Minott; born in Phippsburg, Me. Descendant of John COOMBS, as follows:

  1. Charles Vincent Minott (1826-1903) m. 1855 Sarah Catherine Rogers (1832-1913). See № 159955.

DAR ID Number: 159961 Mrs. Ella Frances Treat Mowry; born in Searsport, Maine. Wife of Albert Daniel Mowry. Descendant of Lieut. Peleg Pendleton, as follows:

  1. James Blanchard Treat (1828-1902) m. 1855 Mary Ann Pendleton (1832-1903)
  2. Joseph Pendleton (1803-84) m. 1827 Fannie COOMBS (1802-72)
  3. William Pendleton (1769-1824) m. 1795 Nancy Pendleton (d.1831)
  4. Peleg Pendleton m. 1758 Ann Parks (1739-1817) (parents of William). Peleg Pendleton (1733-1810) served as lieutenant under Capt. James Babcock in the Westerly, Rhode Island train of artillery. He was born in Westerly, R. I.; died in Searsport, Maine. Also № 158542.

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DAR ID Number: 161434 Mrs. Edith COOMBE Griffith; born in Humboldt County, Calif. Wife of Thomas Brotherton Griffith. Descendant of Joseph Rust, as follows:

  1. Philip COOMBE (1850-1912) m. 1881 Margaret Cecilia Russ (b.1860)
  2. Joseph Russ (1822-86) m. 1854 Zipporah Patrick(b.1838)
  3. William Rust (Russ) (1796-1869) m. Nancy Cunningham (d. 1833)
  4. Joseph Rust m. 1768 Mary Reed. Joseph Rust (1749-1844) served as private in Capt. Benjamin Plummer's Company, stationed at St. Georges for the defense of the sea coast. He was born in Ipswich, Mass.; died in Wiscassett, Me.

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DAR ID Number: 162172 p.54 [p.54] Mrs. Cora Coombs Waldrip; born in Memphis [Clark Co], Ind. Wife of William Waldrip. Descendant of Peter McDonald, as follows:

  1. John D. COOMBS (1840-97) m. 1867 Lydia Dietz (1845-1916)
  2. Jesse COOMBS (1809-95) m. 1827 [Clark Co, IN] Malinda Drummond (1809-90)
  3. Thompson Mack Dietz (1809-57) m. 1827 Abigail Guernsey (1811-1900)
  4. John F. Dietz (1789-1837) m. 1810 Catherine McDonald (1791-1841)
  5. Peter McDonald m. 1782 Catherine Wise. Peter McDonald (1753-1825) served as private in the 8th Virginia infantry under Captains Morgan and Woodrow, Colonels Markham and Bowman. His widow received a pension. He was born in Cape May, Va.; died in Fern Grove, Ind.

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DAR ID Number: 163412 Mrs. Jessie Roberts Orcutt; born in New York City. Wife of Frank Burton Orcutt. Descendant of William Monteith and of Lieut. James Hogeboom, as follows:

  1. Amos Churchill Roberts, Jr. (1834-1919), m. 1858 Ann Augusta Dedrick (1840-93)
  2. Amos Churchill Roberts (1808-48) m. 1832 Alison Monteith (1806-1900); Abram I. Dedrick (1807-51) m. 1827 Albertine Hogeboom (1804-51)
  3. William Monteith, Jr. (1776-1862), m. 1805 Jennett Chalmers (1786-1870); John Hogeboom (d. 1848) m. Catherine COOMBS (1775-1866)
  4. William Monteith m. 1775 Isabel McGilchrist (1755-1825); James Hogeboom m. Catherine Van Allen. William Monteith (1743-1820) served as private under Captains McMaster, Yoemans and Gartner in Col. Frederick Fisher's Regiment, Tryon County, New York militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Fulton County, N. Y. Also № 160042. James Hogeboom received a pension, 1832, for service as ensign and lieutenant in the New York troops under Capt. Jeremiah Miller. He was born in Claverack; died in Northampton, N. Y. Also № 85810.

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DAR ID Number: 164301 p.93 Mrs. Alice M. True Moore; born in Foxcroft, Me. Wife of F. A. Moore. Descendant of Lieut. Bradbury True, Moses Head, and Jonas Mason, as follows:

  1. Walter E. True (b.1865) m. 1886 Jennie N. Ladd (b.1863)
  2. Caleb W. True (1833-1902) m. 1859 Ellen C. Loring (1832-1905); Albion Ladd (1833-94) m. 1858 Ellen Nelson (1833-1914)
  3. Jacob True, Jr. (1805-78), m. 1826 Hannah COOMBS (1807-48); William Ladd (1793-1869) m. 1821 Elizabeth Head (1803-78); Charles Loring (1808-93)m. 1831 Louisa H. Smith (1811-79). [p.93]
  4. Jacob True (1770-1817) m.1794 Susanna Curtis(d. 1838); Beralcel Loring (1776-1810) m. 1796 Lydia Haskell (1778-1869); Moses Head m. 1787 Rebecca Gowell (1763-1848)
  5. Bradbury True m. 2d 1768 Sarah Pettingill (d. 1795); Bezaleel Loring (1739-1810) m. Elizabeth Mason (b.1740)
  6. Jonas Mason m. 1731 Mary Chandler (1704-87). Bradbury True served as lieutenant in Capt. John Worthley's Company, Colonel Phinney's Massachusetts Regiment. He was born, 1738, in Salisbury, Mass.; died in North Yarmouth, Me. Moses Head (1761-1850) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Green's Company, Colonel Bedel's New Hampshire regiment. In 1824 he applied for a pension and his claim was allowed. He was born in Canterbury, NH; died in Barnard, Me. Jonas Mason (1708-1801) was Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Cumberland County, Mass. He was born in Lexington; died in New Gloucester, Mass. Also № 122581.

DAR ID Number: 164410 Mrs. Carrie Florence Graves Hubbard; born in Sunderland, Mass. Wife of George Caleb Hubbard. Descendant of Phineas Graves, Elias Graves, Isaac Hamlin, Giles Hubbard, Jacob Lovell, Joshua Lovell, Joseph Church, Jonathan Burr, Corp. Israel Burr, Capt. Caleb Montague, David Montague, Ichabod Damon, Hezekiah Belding, Richard Thayer, Benoni Farnum and Jedediah Clark, as follows:

  1. Cephas Alden Graves (1847-1908) m. 1873 Carrie R. Hamlin (1853-1929)
  2. Alden Graves (1818-1903) m. 1841 Achsah Hubbard (1818-96): Alden Isaac Hamlin (1821-95) m. 1844 Angeline Lovell (1824-1908)
  3. Cephas Graves (1793-1847) m. 1816 Miranda Church (1798-1865); Isaac Hamlin (1784-1855) m. Martha Ames Burr (1784-1856); Rufus Hubbard (1779-1858) m. 1817 Irena Montague (1784-1833); Jacob Lovell (1789-1843) m. 1818 Naomi Damon (1788-1848)
  4. Elias Graves m. Hepzibah Nash Belden (Belding) (1761-1851); Isaac Hamlin m. Polly Beals (1754-1833); Giles Hubbard m. 1767 Editha Field (d. 1832); Joshua Lovell m. 1st 1781 Rebekah Thayer (1760-93); Samuel Church (d. 1826) m. 1790 Sabra Farnum (1765-1815); Israel Burr m. 1779 Hannah Ames (1756-1834); David Montaguem. 1781 Sarah Clark (1763-1856); Abner Damon (1766-1851) m. 1788 Lovisa French (d. 1854). See № 164409.
  5. Phineas Graves m. Rhoda Smith (1732-1819); Jacob Lovell m. 1760 Mary Tower (d. 1826); Joseph Church m. 1764 Abigail Smith (1723-1815); Jonathan Burr m. 1st 1754 Martha Cudworth (d. 1791);Caleb Montague m. 1751 Eunice Root (1720-1804); Ichabod Damon m. 1748 Ruth Studley (b.1729); Benoni FARNUM m. 1701 Sabra (Sebrea) Combs ; Richard Thayer m. 1752 Susannah Wild (1733-1800); Jedediah Clark m. Sarah Russell (1730-72). See № 164022. Phineas Graves (1726-1806) was a member of the Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety of Massachusetts. He was born and died in Sunderland, Mass. Isaac Hamlin (1748-1826) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Abel Thayer and John Bacon, Cols. John Fellows, David Rosseter and Caleb Hyde. He was born in Bridgewater; died in Cummington, Mass. Giles Hubbard (1742-1824) was a member of the Committee of Inspection, Correspondence and Safety of Sunderland, 1778. He was born and died in Sunderland, Mass. Jacob Lovell (1737-76) served as private in Capt. Samuel Ward's Company, Col. Solomon Lovell's Regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Weymouth, Mass. Joshua Lovell (1761-1843) received a pension for service as private in the Massachusetts Continental Line under Colonel Crane. He was born in Weymouth; died in Cummington, Mass. Jonathan Burr (1731-97) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Col. Theophilus Eaton. He was born and died in Bridgewater, Mass. Israel Burr (1755-1826) served as corporal in Col. John Bailey's Regiment of artillery. He was born in Bridgewater; died in Worthington, Mass. Caleb Montague (1731-82) commanded a company in the 6th regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Sunderland, Mass. Also № 138881. David Montague (1757-1839) served as private in Capt. Elihu Lyman's Company, Col. Elisha Porter's Regiment, Hampshire County, Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Sunderland, Mass. Ichabod Damon (1724-1805) was constable and sealer of leather in Chesterfield, Mass., where he died. He was born in Scituate, Mass. Richard Thayer (1727-1800) served as private in Capt. Samuel Holbrook's Company, Colonel Bass' regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Braintree; died in Weymouth, Mass. Also № 160417. Benoni Farnum served as private in Capt. Reuben Petty's Company, Lieut. Col. Samuel Williams' regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was living in Sunderland, Mass., 1790. Jedediah Clark (1726-1800) was amember of the Committee of Correspondence of Sunderland, 1775. He was born in Northampton; died in Sunderland, Mass. Also № 157605.

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