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Revolutionary Patriots not documented in DAR or SAR

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  • Major John Horton (1763 - 1848)
    Major John Horton, Sr. was a lineal descendant of Barnabas Horton of Mousely, England, who emigrated to America in 1638, and settled permanently at Southold, Long Island, New York, in 1640 (vide Horton...
  • Thomas Price (1755 - d.)
  • Conrad Strickler, Sr (c.1705 - 1790)
    [ ] from Find a Grave for Jacob Strickler, his son= Below is a biography for Jacob's father, CONRAD STRICKLER, THE IMMIGRANT. Konrad/Conrad Strickler Born: ca. Jan 1695 Died: Oct 1771 Barbara (Müll...
  • Capt. Thomas Claggett (1644 - 1703)
    Thomas Clagett, born in London, April 3, 1645, the youngest son of Edward Clagett and Margaret Adams, daughter of the Lord-Mayor of London, was the first of the Clagetts to immigrate to America. In E...
  • Captain Levi Baxter, Sr. (Cont'l Army) (1764 - 1851)
    Captain Levi Baxter was an American soldier in the Revolutionary War, entering this service as a private [when and where?], to be discharged eventually [when and where?] at the rank of captain. Levi ...

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) members have ancesctoral Great Grandparents verified as Patriots of the American Revolution. America has many patriots who are not part of DAR, yet their participation in the founding of the United States of America has earned them the respect to be honored. They may not have been honored as such because they died without heirs. They may not have been honored because their descendants are not a member of DAR or SAR. This project helps gather names of Patriots not necessarily included in DAR or SAR.

Maybe one day they will be honored by DAR or SAR.

May the research begin!