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Leicester Grosvenor, Jr., Capt. (1729 - 1808)

______________________________________________________________________________________ Leicester Grosvenor, Jr. Served as a minute man from Windsor, Massachusetts, at various alarms. He was a member ...

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Adam Cloninger, Sr. (1751 - 1818)

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Eleanor Kimbrough (1713 - 1777)

DAR A 066194, Patriotic Services, NC.

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Martha Burwell (1757 - 1840)

DAR A 019990, Patriotic Service. Va

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Rene Woodson (c.1738 - 1818)

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Patrick Napier Woodson (c.1749 - 1824)

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John Woodson (1718 - 1795)

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Abraham Payne (1758 - 1827)

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Paul J. Wertz, Sr (1745 - 1825)

Fact 1: Buried Wertz Graveyard Tom Hite's Farm Fact 2: 1785, Listed Bedford Township tax list-singleman Fact 3: Captain William McCall's Company, 3rd Battalion Bedford County Militia (Private) Fact 4: ...

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Daniel Cunyngham Clymer (1748 - 1810)

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William Locke MP (1745 - 1826)

DAR ancestor A history and genealogy of Captain John Locke (1627-1696) of Portsmouth and Rye, N.H., and his descendants; also of Nathaniel Locke of Portsmouth, and a short account of the history of...

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William Locke, II MP (1707 - 1777)

DAR ancestor A history and genealogy of Captain John Locke (1627-1696) of Portsmouth and Rye, N.H., and his descendants; also of Nathaniel Locke of Portsmouth, and a short account of the history of...

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Ebenezer Thomas (1751 - 1820)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A114212 Service: CONNECTICUT Rank: LIEUTENANT Birth: 1751 Death: 24 Dec 1820 ROXBURY CONNECTICUT

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Capt. William Cloud MP (1750 - 1842)

DAR Ancestor #: A023290 Fought in the Revolutionary War, Patrick County, Virginia. Fought as a private in John Lyons Company and later as a lieutenant in Capt. Purtles Company. William’s third...

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Archibald Gamble (deceased)

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Nathaniel Harlow (R1b1b2a1b4c) (c.1750 - c.1836)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor National #: A024726 State Number 3226

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Isaac Thayer, II MP (c.1717 - c.1768)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor National #: A022007 State Number 2957

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James F. Herring, Sr. (c.1754 - 1845)

HERRING, JAMES.--Albemarle, Oct. 19, 1832. Born in Albemarle about 1754. Four times in service, once under Lt. Henry Austin, of Gen. Nelson's command, for two months around Williamsburg. Second tour un...

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Joseph Colgate Boswell (1700 - 1774)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor National #: A084344 State #: 1010

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Abraham Guseman (Gusman) (c.1735 - d.)

Abraham Guseman arrived at Philadelphia on Sept 14, 1751 aboard the ship St Andrew from Rotterdam but last from Cowes in England. Captain James Abercrombie was in charge of the ship and turned in the p...

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Neavil (Nevile) Gee (c.1729 - 1804)

DAR: James Gee was Neville Gee's son. It is said that James Gee gave his daughter (Elizabeth) the middle name "Lucas" after his mother, Neville's wife. I don't know Neville Gee's wife's name, but eit...

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John Sumpter (c.1733 - c.1809)

Event: Military Service Revolution War Pvt 9th VA Regt Halifax County Militia Proof of Service: 1780 Index of Revolution Soldiers of Virginia Service. After he moved to North Carolina, he was app...

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Peleg Baker MP (1761 - 1842)

Peleg Baker, son of Samuel S. and Abigail Baker , was born May 23, 1761 in Exeter, Washington Co., Rhode Island. He married with SALLY SUSANNA (said to be an Indian). Children were: Susannah (1800-18...

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Capt. Josiah Green MP (1735 - 1814)

Captain Josiah Green was born 5 March 1735 at Stoneham, Massachusetts, the son of Josiah and Esther (Thompson) Green.  His paternal grandparents were Joseph and Hannah (Green) Green.  His...

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Sgt. Rufus Cady (1755 - 1821)

Revolutionary War. Enlisted July 18, 1779, served with Capt. Miles Goodrich Company of Col. Miles Powell Regiment. Discharged Aug. 22, 1779. Died aged 66y. Sources # Descendants of Nicholas Cady ...

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Thomas Pinckney, US Congress MP (1750 - 1828)

Thomas Pinckney (October 23, 1750 – November 2, 1828) was an early American statesman, diplomat and veteran of both the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Pinckney was born in C...

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Benjamin Huger MP (1746 - 1779)

) Benjamin Huger (1746 – 11 May 1779) was one of five Huger brothers from South Carolina who served in the American Revolutionary War. Huger became a close friend of La Fayette, having met him...

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John Huger MP (1744 - 1804)

John Huger was the third son of Daniel Huger, Jr., and wife Mary Cordes. Born June 5, 1744 and baptized in the Anglican church of St. John’s Parish, he had spent much of his youth in England. Af...

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Stephen Calvin Copeland, Col. (c.1756 - 1833)

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Thomas Watts, Jr. (1747 - 1798)

Soldier of the Revolution. Thomas Watts was a Lieutenant in the Virginia militia from Prince William County. This is not the same Captain Thomas Watts from Bedford County. Source: Revolutionary Soldier...

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Lt. Colonel Richard Kidder Meade (Continental Army) MP (1746 - 1805)

Lt.-Col. Richard Kidder Meade was aide-de-camp to General George Washington in the American Revolution. He superintended the execution of the British spy, Major John André.

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Robert Hill, Sr., Capt. (1752 - 1834)

Robert served as a Private in the Revolutionary War and was commissioned Captain in 1781 under Major Joseph Winston and Col. Robert Smith. After the war he was known as "Major" Robert Hill. Source: ...

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David Foote (1730 - c.1779)

Soldier in the Revolutionary Army, enlisted in 5th Company of General Wooster's Regiment May 6, 1775. Killed in the battle of Fairfield, Ct. July 8, 1779 at Fairfield, Connecticut – On July 8, d...

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Col. Micajah Williamson (1744 - 1796)

Micajah Williamson moved from Albemarle County, Virginia, to Wilkes County, Georgia, in either 1766 or 1767. A fire destroyed their home in western Georgia. The family found refuge in the mountains of ...

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Henry Giles Lee, II MP (c.1729 - 1787)

Please note: These children, and ONLY these, are recognized in the "official studbook": ======================================================= 1. Maj. Gen. Henry Lee III "Light Horse Harry" (175...

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Benjamin Standifer MP (1764 - 1839)

In Georgia, Benjamin accumulated 2,500 acres of land and 60 slaves. He had a very difficult time in selling his land as many land grants were being given at that time. 1. BENJAMIN4 STANDIFER (ISRAE...

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William P. Standefer MP (1757 - 1826)

1. WILLIAM4 STANDEFER (JAMES3 STANDIFORD, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born March 30, 1757 in Blackwater River, Halifax Co, VA, and died June 21, 1826 in Jasper, Marion Co, TN; b. Griffith Cemetery (Cedar Hill...

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Dr. Charles Alexander Warfield (1751 - 1813)

"One of the first Warfields to become well-known was Dr. Charles Alexander Warfield , who led a group from what is now Howard County (part of Anne Arundel County at the time) to Annapolis in 1774 to pr...

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Ezekiel Henry Field, Colonel (1750 - 1782)

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Deacon Ebenezer Newell (1736 - 1797)

Birth: Oct. 18, 1736 Dedham Norfolk County Massachusetts, USA Death: Feb. 28, 1798 Dedham births: Ebenezer, ye son of Ebenezer & Elizabeth Newell, born Oct. ye 18, 1736. Dedham marriages: Apr. 24, ...

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Jacob Cleveland, Sr. (1739 - 1789)

Born near Culpeper Co. court house, VA Came from Culpeper Co, VA. 1780 to SC but none of his brothers or sisters (any of whose names we have been unable to learn) left VA with him. Peter Cleveland re...

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William Calhoun MP (c.1726 - c.1790)

"Private on horseback" WILLIAM9 CALHOUN (JAMES PATRICK8, ALEXANDER7, WILLIAM CAMPBELL6, ROBERT5 COLQUHOUN, ADAM4, ALEXANDER3, JOHN2, HUMPHRY1) was born 1717 in County Donegal, Ireland, and died May 2...

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Joseph Bouchillon (1729 - 1799)

On July 18, 1764, in the Council Hall of Charleston, South Carolina, Joseph Bouchillon made his oath of allegiance to the English Crown. In return, he received his individual land grant for the new tow...

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Andre Guillebeau MP (1739 - 1814)

Inscription on grave reads - American Revolution Patriot sacred of the Huguenots immigration Andre' Guillebeau, who died 1814. Age 75 years (born 1739). From near Bordeaux France was one of a group und...

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Michael Ernst Harness, Sr. (1700 - 1785)

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John (Jacob) Richards / Reichert (deceased)

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Capt. Lewis Bobo MP (c.1736 - 1808)

Lewis Bobo was the son of Spencer Bobo Sr. and wife Jane Wofford. He was born in 1736 in Caroline County, Virginia and died March 7, 1808, in Union County, South Carolina. He was buried at the Old Bapt...

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Peter Ankeny (1751 - 1804)

Peter Ankeny was Captain of the Fifth Company of the Third Battalion of the Bedford County PA Militia in 1781. Peter gave the town of Somerset a small tract of land for a cemetery, which is now known...

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John Warren (1749 - 1779)

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Captain Thomas Henry Hughes (c.1717 - 1778)

DAR status disputed. See DAR Record for Thomas Henry Hughes Note : Hampshire County was created by the Virginia General Assembly on December 13, 1753, from parts of Frederick and Augusta counties (Vi...

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Robert Graham (1749 - 1811)

DAR: Father of Susanah GRAHAM; Samuel Graham; Robert Graham, Jr.; Agnes "Nancy" GRAHAM; John Graham; Joseph Thompson Graham; James Graham; Robert Craig Graham; Nancy Agnes GRAHAM; ...

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Joshua Prentiss (1744 - 1837)

Joshua Prentiss (1744-1837) was pensioned for service, 1775, as lieutenant in Capt. John Merritt's company of militia, Col. John Glover's regiment of infantry. He was born in Holliston; died in Marbleh...

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Abner Holbrook (1741 - 1788)

Abner Holbrook was a Minute Man in the American Revolutionary War. He served as a private under Capt. Thomas Nash and Col. Solomon Lovell. Sources Massachusetts Town Records SAR Membership: 529...

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Adrian Hageman, Sr. (1745 - 1821)

Adrain Hageman was born 1745, and died 1821. He married Jane LaPardos. More About Adrain Hageman: Fact 1: 1800, About 1800 came to Sharonville, Ohio from N.J.. Children of Adrain Hageman and Jane L...

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George Henry Hartzell (1739 - 1815)

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Elizabeth Blair Lee MP (1818 - 1906)

Elizabeth Blair Lee (born June 20, 1818, Kentucky; died September 13, 1906) was an American woman who lived through the American Civil War, and wrote hundreds of letters describing the events of the ...

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James Hillsman (c.1750 - c.1785)

Patriotic service. Married: 1) Mary Rogers 2) Charity Rich Sources Will of Bennett Hillsman: "My will and desire is that my son James Hilsman have the use of the following slaves during his nat...

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David Perry, Jr. (1748 - 1827)

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Jesse C. Clarke (c.1745 - c.1820)

Jesse and others gave oath in Priscilla BELCHER's murder of Major BELCHER. She did "by force of arms drown said Major" on the property of Elezar CLAY. (Chesterfield Co. WB 3, p. 476) Patriotic servic...

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Cyril Carpenter (1743 - 1811)

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John McCorkle, Ensign MP (1745 - c.1781)

Married Rebecca Anderson McNutt. She married 2nd to Arthur Glasgow. John McCorkle was born 1745 in Lexington Rockbridge County Virginia, USA and died Jan. 17, 1781 Guilford Guilford County North Caro...

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Lt. Col. William Yates (1750 - 1789)

He was a 1764 graduate of the College of William and Mary and said to have served on General George Washington's staff and was a Colonel in the department of muster-master-general in the Revolutionary ...

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Capt. Gibson Wooldridge (c.1750 - 1816)

Sources DAR Ancestor #: A130159

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Richard Wooldridge MP (c.1738 - 1828)

Military service: Revolutionary War in Northwest DAR Ancestor #: A130218 Biography from Sons of Liberty - our Patriots - Richard Wooldridge As early as 1736, Richard's father, William Wooldri...

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Capt. William Wooldridge, Sr. MP (1709 - 1798)

Capt. Enlisted 1779. Served: Col Martin Armstrong's Regiment DAR Ancestor #: A130225 William Wooldridge (1709-1798) was born in Henrico County, Virginia. He was apparently the second or third son of ...

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Hugh Ghormley (1733 - 1813)

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Charles Pennington, Rev (c.1758 - 1845)

DAR: in the Revolutionary War, Baptist preacher

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George Mains, Sr. (c.1748 - 1833)

DAR: DNA shows that he is NOT the same George Means/Mains who was married to Mary Vane. It appears that the DAR above has the wrong wife listed. This George was was part of this DNA group: ...

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Peter Fortener, - alias Wm. Schuyler (c.1757 - 1825)

Family Tradition: Fortner, Peter. Born in 1750s at Ochsenfort. A teenage fifer in the Hessian troops employed by the British during the American Revolution. Captured by the Americans at Trenton in ...

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Maj. William Cage MP (1745 - 1811)

Major William Cage, born in Virginia, 1745, moved to Chatham County, N. C., before the Revolution. He was prominent and popular, and when the Revolution began he was appointed Major and was chiefly act...

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Col. Valentine Sevier, Jr. MP (1747 - 1800)

Colonel Valentine Sevier, Jr. was born in Augusta County, Virginia in 1747. He met and married Naomi Douglas in 1767, they has fourteen children. He moved from Virginia to the Watauga River Valley (Pre...

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Elizabeth Obedience Bugg (c.1728 - 1807)

History: SISTERS AIDED PATRIOTS' CAUSE Richmond and Aiken counties can point with pride to the exploits of the Hobson sisters during the American Revolution. Their bravery and sacrifice aided the p...

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Captain Sherwood Bugg (1720 - 1782)

Died in 1782 in prison ship near Savannah, GA History: Captain Sherwood Bogg (1720-1781) was born in Kent County, VA. He married his wife, Elizabeth Hobson in Virginia in 1752. He later resided at ...

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Nehemiah Davis (1728 - 1782)

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Col. Anthony Bledsoe (1733 - 1788)

MAJOR ANTHONY BLEDSOE Born in Augusta County Member of the County Court of Botetourt Fiu castle and Washington counties Officer in the militia of Fincastle and Washington counties Built Bledsoe's Fort ...

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Joseph SEARS (1756 - 1836)

Joseph Sears (1756-1836) of Yarmouth, Massachusetts is listed as private in Capt. Elisha Hedge’s Company, Col. Nathanial Freeman’s Regiment. Marched from home September 27, 1777 (service ...

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Catherine 'Bonnie Kate' Sevier MP (1754 - 1836)

Catherine was Governor John Sevier's second wife, they had eight children during this marriage. DAR Ancestor # A102090 from Bonny Kate Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Knoxville, Tenn...

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Edmund Sears-Boston Tea Party MP (1712 - 1796)

DAR Ancestor #: A101047 Added by Elwin C. Nickerson about this Ancestor- with citations- Proofs- noted/ Capt Edmund Sears SPM p. 88, No 44 Edmund Sears and his wife were admitted to the church in E...

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Benjamin Griswold (1756 - 1838)

Benjamin Griswold came with his family to the town from the State of New York in 1787, locating on Bristol Flats, upon a part of the late Morgan estate. He remained only a few years, when he removed to...

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Lt. Col. Stephen Moulton MP (1735 - 1819)

He was the son of Ebenezer and became a wealthy shipbuilder according to ht efamily history that I have.  He graduated form Harvard and was a Lt. Col in the 22d regiment of the revolutionary Arm...

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Peregrine Foster (1759 - 1804)

Soldier in the Revolution Practiced Law in Providence (RI?) Founder of Marietta, OHIO 1792- moved to Morgantown, PA 1796- Belpre, OH obtained a francise to operate a ferry across the Ohio River. Just...

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Mathias Ardis (1724 - 1781)

The Facts As We Know Them --- Pamela Lassiter Jones, Mobile, Alabama USA pam@hsiweb.com Mathias/Matthias ARDIS/ARDEIS was born 1724 October 29, place unknown. According to family lore he came to Amer...

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Nicholas Stoughton Tuttle MP (1708 - 1793)

The descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from old to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches : also, some account of the de...

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Sgt. Samuel Noyes (1736 - 1820)

Son Nathan appointed administrator of his estate 18 Apr 1820. "Old Newbury": In his younger days, he won the title of Major in the militia and was widely known as Maj. Noyes. He took an active part i...

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Gen. Solomon Wood (1750 - 1815)

Solomon entered the Revolutionary War as a Lieutenant with the 8th North Carolina Line in November of 1776. After being promoted to Captain, he led a cavalry under Colonel Malmedy's Regiment from Georg...

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Nathaniel Pendleton, I (1715 - 1793)

Nathaniel Pendleton was a Captain in the Revolutionary War.

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Elisha Higgins, Jr. (1701 - 1777)

DAR# A055277-Added by Elwin C. Nickerson About My Great Grandfathers Service In The American Revolution: : Service: VERMONT Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 1-13-1701 EASTHAM BARNSTABLE CO MASSACHUSETTS ...

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Richard Peters (1744 - 1828)

) Richard Peters (June 22, 1744 – August 22, 1828) sometimes Richard Peters, Jr., to distinguish from his uncle, though this can also mean his son Richard), was an American lawyer, jurist, and...

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Joseph G. Gentry (c.1728 - 1813)

Volume 2 Issue 7 July 2002 Home Page and Index ________________________________________ THE SONS OF SAMUEL-II GENTRY Part 3. Joseph Gentry and Family by Willard Gentry Abstract Contin...

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Jonas Wilder (1731 - d.)

Major Jonas Wilder Wilder-Holton House: This structure, erected by Major Jonas Wilder, from boards planed and nails wrought on the site, originally possessing a four-fireplace chimney and Indian shut...

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David Peebles, III (c.1720 - 1796)

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Lyttleton Johnston (1761 - 1842)

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John Goffe, Indian Fighter (1701 - 1786)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A046045 Service: NEW HAMPSHIRE Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 3-15-1701 NEW HAMPSHIRE Death: 10-20-1781 BEDFORD HILLSBOROUGH CO NEW HAMPSHIRE Servic...

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Jeremiah Page MP (1730 - 1807)

Jeremiah Page Parents: Caleb Page and Elizabeth Merrill Jeremiah Page was a Superior Court Justice and delegate to the first Constitutional Convention (1778). He was born in the Capt. Caleb Page/Mo...

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Brigadier General Peleg Wadsworth, Continental Army MP (1748 - 1829)

Peleg Wadsworth (May 6, 1748 – July 18, 1829) was an American officer during the American Revolutionary War and a Congressman from the District of Maine. He was also grandfather of noted America...

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Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., Gov. MP (1710 - 1785)

Info added per DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood and published 1895 states johathan Trumbull, who served as the Revolutionary governor of Connecticut, he was a great frie...

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Sgt. Ezra Lee, 1st to operate a sub in battle (1749 - 1821)

Sergeant Ezra Lee (1749 - 1821) was an American Colonial soldier in the American Revolution, who made naval history as the first person to operate a US submarine in battle. Ezra piloted the "Turtle" in...

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Andrew Adams MP (1736 - 1797)

Andrew Adams 1736-1797 Andrew Adams graduated from Yale College and began a law practice in Litchfield, Connecticut. He was elected to Congress in 1776, and was highly respected for being a statesman...

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General William Lenoir (1751 - 1839)

DAR Ancestor #: A069232 BIOGRAPHY: The Lenoir Family Lenoir City (first known as Lenoir's Station) was named for the patriarch of the Lenoir family, General William Lenoir, and was founded by his e...

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