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WILLIAM ANDERSON
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118
page 90
Mrs. Ivey May Whitlock Cox.
DAR ID Number: 117283
Born in Milford, Ga.
Wife of Samuel Marcellus Cox.
Descendant of William Anderson, as follows:
1. Logan Thomas Whitlock (1841-1906) m. 1870 Martha A. Rowell (b. 1842).
2. George W. Rowell (1819-61) m. 1841 Martha Anderson (1822-89).
3. William Anderson m. 1805 Mary ?.
William Anderson (1763-1844) was in Capt. Burwell Smith's company under Gen. Elijah Clark, Georgia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Baldwin County, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 121
page 258
Mrs. Mamie Alexander Daniels.
DAR ID Number: 120833
Born in Terrell Co., Ga.
Wife of Cyrus B. Daniels.
Descendant of William Anderson, as follows:
1. Jacob M. Alexander (1839-1914) m. 1864 Eleanor L. Rowell (b. 1845).
2. George W. Rowell (1819-61) m. 1841 Martha Anderson (1822-89).
3. William Anderson m. 1805 Mary ?.
William Anderson (1763-1844) was in Capt. Burwell Smith's company under Gen. Elijah Clark, Georgia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Baldwin County, Ga.
Also No. 117283.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 121
page 259
Mrs. Olivia Alexander Williams.
DAR ID Number: 120836
Born in Barton, Ga.
Wife of Jonathan Williams.
Descendant of William Anderson, as follows:
1. Jacob M. Alexander (1839-1914) m. 1864 Eleanor L. Rowell (b. 1845).
2. George W. Rowell (1819-61) m. 1841 Martha Anderson (1822-89).
3. William Anderson m. 1805 Mary ?.
William Anderson (1763-1844) was in Capt. Burwell Smith's company under Gen. Elijah Clark, Georgia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Baldwin County, Ga.
Also No. 117283.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 163
page 181
Miss Margaret Davis.
DAR ID Number: 162599
Born in Morgan County, Va.
Descendant of William Anderson, as follows:
1. T. S. Davis (b. 1866) m. 1893 Martha I. Willis (b. 1871).
2. R. W. Willis (1836-97) m. 1862 Julia F. Rowell (b. 1841).
[p.181] 3. George W. Rowell (1819-61) m. 1840 Martha Anderson (1821-88).
4. William Anderson m. 2d 1805 Mary Hunnicott.
William Anderson (1763-1844) received a pension, 1833, for service as private in the Georgia Line under Gen. Elijah Clarke. He was born in Norfolk County, Va.; died in Baldwin County, Ga.
Also No. 136110.



JAMES BARROW
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 43
page 302
Mrs. Ella Barrow Spalding.
DAR ID Number: 42807
Born in Oglethorp County, Georgia.
Wife of Bourke Spalding.
Descendant of James Barrow, Capt. Henry Hopson and Abraham Hill.
Daughter of David Crenshaw Barrow (1815-99) and Sarah Eliza Pope (1821-55), his wife, m. 1838.
Granddaughter of James Barrow and Patience Crenshaw, his wife; Middleton Pope (1794-1850) and Lucy Hopson Lumpkin (1803-88), his wife, m. 1820.
Gr.-granddaughter of Gov. Wilson Lumpkin (1783-1870) and Elizabeth Walker (1786-1819), his 1st wife, m. 1800; Henry Augustine Pope (1760-1807) and Clara Hill (1763-98), his 1st wife, m. 1787.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lumpkin and Lucy Hopson (b. 1764), his wife, m. 1782; Abraham Hill and Christian Walton, his wife, m. 1756.
See No. 42392.
[p.302] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Hopson and Martha Neville, his wife, m. 1755.
See No. 42185.
James Barrow, (1757-1828), served as a soldier at Brandywine, Germantown and Valley Forge. His record is taken from his diary. He died in Baldwin, Ga.


SAMUEL BECKHAM
the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 79
page 185
Mrs. Lily Gray Beall.
DAR ID Number: 78505
Born in Columbus, Ga.
Wife of Egbert Beall.
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Beckham.
Daughter of Richard M. Gray (1826-1909) and Mary J. Hayes (b. 1829), his wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of Robert Hayes (1798-1867) and Susan Beckham (1800-32), his wife, m. 1820.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Beckham and Elizabeth Houghton (1769-1805), his 2nd wife, m. 1790.
Samuel Beckham (1760-1825) commanded a company in the Revolutionary War from Georgia, and a monument to his memory now stands near Milledgeville, Ga. He died in Baldwin County, Ga.


FRANCIS BOYKIN
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 61
page 277
Mrs. Frances Embry (Effie) Boykin Tucker.
DAR ID Number: 60826
Born in Barbour County, Ala.
Wife of William H. Tucker.
Descendant of Major Francis Boykin.
Daughter of James William Boykin and Athalia Antoinette Johnson, his wife.
Granddaughter of Francis E. Boykin and Frances Hudson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of James Boykin and Clara Owen, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Francis Boykin and Catherine Whitaker, his wife.
Francis Boykin (1745-1821) served in the mounted rangers of South Carolina and rose to the rank of major. He was born in Isle of Wight County, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 35750.


THOMAS PETER CARNES
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 155
page 122
Mrs. Birdie Harris Porter.
DAR ID Number: 154382
Born in Sparta, Ga.
Wife of Edgar Livingstone Porter.
Descendant of William Wiley, Thomas Peter Carnes, Lieut. Arthur Harris, Samuel Harris, Garritt DeWitt, and Capt. Chesley Bostwick, as follows:
1. Moses (Wiley) Harris (b. 1856) m. 1876 Martha Elizabeth Gardiner (b. 1857).
2. Samuel Harris Wiley (1823-98) m. 1849 Sarah Elizabeth Carnes (1827-1902); James Thomas Gardiner (1822-87) m. 2d 1855 Martha Elizabeth Harris (d. 1865).
3. Edwin Wiley (1780-1866) m. 1817 Eliza DeWitt (1794-1865); Robert Watkins Carnes (1800-53) m. 1824 Martha Laird Jones (1803-63); Myles Green Harris (1795-1877) m. 1824 Caroline Hurt (1807-40).
4. William Wiley m. Martha Harris: Thomas Peter Caries m. 1795 Elizabeth Bostwick (1770-1802); Samuel Harris m. 1780 Julia Peterson (b. 1749); Garritt DeWitt m. 1793 Elizabeth Baldwin (1769-1853).
5. Arthur Harris m. 1750 Elizabeth Green (b. 1734) (parents of Samuel); Chesley Bostwick m. 1st Jane Gervais.
William Wiley (1742-1827) served as private in the North Carolina troops. He was born in North Carolina; died in Hancock County, Ga.
Thomas Peter Carnes served as private in the Georgia troops. He was born in Bladensburg, Md.; died, 1822, in Milledgeville, Ga.
Arthur Harris (1732-1800) served as lieutenant in the Maryland Line. He was born and died in Frederick, Md.
[p.122] Samuel Harris (1754-1828) received a grant of land in Georgia for service as private, Maryland Line. He was born in Frederick County, Md.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
Garritt DeWitt (1761-1846) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut troops under Capt. Peter Hepburn. He was born in Milford; died in New Haven County, Conn.
Chesley Bostwick was captain of the 7th company, 1st regiment, Georgia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Georgia.
Also No. 153111.


JESSE DOLES
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 155
page 116
Miss Alpha Rogers.
DAR ID Number: 154363
Born in Barbour County, Ala.
Descendant of Sergt. James Adams, Dozier Thornton, Robert Rutherford, and Jesse Doles, as follows:
1. William Samuel Rogers (1846-1901) m. 1870 Mary Edna Gary (b. 1848).
2. Williamson Rogers (1817-82) m. 1845 Merial Caroline Adams (1820-93); Abner Mitchell Gary (1818-87) m. 1838 Elizabeth Emberson Thornton (1818-1909).
3. William Lee Gary (1790-1825) m. 1813 Elizabeth N. Rutherford (1795-1873); Samuel Adams (1784-1861) m. 1804 Martha Ann Thornton (1789-1860); James Thornton (d. 1857) m. 1816 Nancy Butts (b. 1801).
4. James Adams m. 2d Jane Cunningham; Dozier Thornton m. Lucy Hill (parents of Martha); Robert Rutherford, Jr., m. Julia Mitchell; Azariah Butts (d. 1845) m. 1800 Betsy Doles.
5. Robert Rutherford m. 1st Dorotby Ann Brooks (1735-95); Jesse Doles m. Elizabeth ?.
James Adams (1753-1835) received a pension for service as minuteman and sergeant in the Virginia troops under Colonels Lewis and [p.116] Cox. He was born in Albemarle County, Va.; died in Elbert County, Ga.
Dozier Thornton (1755-1843) served as private under Captain Blackwell in Maj. David Dobbs' battalion, Georgia troops. He was born in Lunenburg County, Va.; died in Franklin County, Ga.
Jesse Doles received a grant of land in Georgia for service as private in the North Carolina troops. He was born in North Carolina; died, 1831, in Baldwin County, Ga.
Also No. 128032.
Robert Rutherford (1734-1814) was a delegate to the 1st Provincial Congress of North Carolina. He was born in Nottaway County, Va.; died in Newberry County, S. C.
Also No. 153093.


ABNER HAMMOND
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31
page 241
Mrs. Lillian King Le Conte.
DAR ID Number: 30683
Born in Norcross, Georgia.
Wife of Dr. Joseph Nisbet Le Conte.
Descendant of Elijah King, Joseph Jones, Joseph Jones, Jr., James Simmons, Nehemiah Nelson, Simon Terrell, Lieut. Abner Hammond and Charles Hammond.
Daughter of George Edward King (b. 1851) and Ida Simmons (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1874.
Granddaughter of James Lawrence King (1819-1901) and Sarah Ann Stubbs (1824-53), his wife, m. 1843; James Pinckney Simmons (1819-95) and Eliza Thompson Terrell (1819-95), his wife, m. 1836.
Gr.-granddaughter of John King (1774-1847) and Lucinda Jones (1778-1852), his wife, m. 1800; Peter Stubbs, Jr. and Ann Hammond, his wife; Adam Quinby Simmons (1786-1863) and Anna West (1785-1829), his wife, m. 1805; William Terrell and Sarah Kendrick, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Elijah King and Marie Cooke, his wife, m. 1763; Joseph Jones, Jr. and Ruth Nelson (1742-1825), his wife, m. 1763; Abner Hammond and Sarah Dudley, his second wife; James Simmons and Sarah Quinby, his wife Simon Terrell and Sarah Thompson, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Jones, Sr. and Mary Whitney (1710-88), his wife, m. 1732; Nehemiah Nelson and Hannah Sheffield (1723-1803), his wife, m. 1742; Charles Hammond and Elizabeth Steele, his wife (d. 1798).
Elijah King, (1737-94), served as inspector of arms and ammunition of the Dighton company, 1775. He was born in Dighton, Mass.; died in Warren, R. I.
Joseph Jones, (1709-96), was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Milford; where he died.
Joseph Jones, Jr., (1737-99), served as a private in the Massachusetts Line. He was born in Milford, Mass.; died in Charleston, S. C.
Also Nos. 1596, 7653.
[p.241] James Simmons served as a private. He was born in Montgomery Co., N. C., where he died at the age of ninety.
Nehemiah Nelson, (1716-82), served at various alarms. He was born in Mendon; died in Milford, Mass.
Simon Terrell was placed on the pension roll of Franklin Co., Ga., 1836, for service as light horseman in North Carolina militia. He was born, 1755, in Orange Co., N. C.
Abner Hammond, (1750-1827), served as lieutenant of South Carolina State troops. He was born in South Carolina; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 6492.
Charles Hammond, (1716-94), served in the company of refugees in Georgia under Col. William Candler. He was born in Richmond Co., Va.; died in Edgeville Co., S. C.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34
page 248
Miss Annie Gregory Wright.
DAR ID Number: 33680
Born in Augusta, Georgia.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond and of Hon. Ambrose Wright, of Georgia.
Daughter of Henry Gregory Wright and Ella Evans Russell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ambrose Ransom Wright and Mary Hubbell Savage, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Ransom Wright and Sarah Hammond, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Wright and Anna Marie Gregory, his wife; Abner Hammond and Sarah Dudley, his second wife, m. 1803.
Abner Hammond, (1762-1829), was lieutenant of state troops under his brother Col. Samuel Hammond. He served from the Edgefield District during the entire war. He was born in Richmond Co., Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Ambrose Wright, (1745-1805), was a member of the Provincial Congress, Council of Safety and commissary general of [p.248] Georgia. He was born in St. Mathews Parish; died in Louisville, Ga.
Also Nos. 6492, 30683.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41
page 292
Mrs. Georgia Tucker Stubbs Barringer.
DAR ID Number: 40777
Born in Monroe, Louisiana.
Wife of Victor C. Barringer.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond.
Daughter of Francis Peter Stubbs and Georgia Anna Tucker, his wife.
Granddaughter of Baradell Palmer Stubbs and Eliza Hammond, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Abner Hammond and Sarah Dudly, his 2nd wife, m. 1803.
Abner Hammond, (1762-1829), served as lieutenant of South Carolina state troops under his brother, Col. Samuel Hammond. His widow received a pension. He was born in Richmond Co., Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also Nos. 6492, 30683.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41
page 292
Miss Eliza Hammond Stubbs.
DAR ID Number: 40778
Born in Monroe, Louisiana.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond.
Daughter of Francis Peter Stubbs and Georgia Anna Tucker, his wife.
See No. 40777.
 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85
page 8
Mrs. Fannie Hammond Bell.
DAR ID Number: 84016
Born in Midway, Ga.
Wife of J. F. Bell.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond, as follows:
1. George W. Hollinshead (b. 1845), m. 1870, Fannie M. Hammond (b. 1844).
2. John Hammond (1811-85), m. 1842, Caroline Fort (1816-93).
3. Abner Hammond, m., 2nd, 1803, Sarah Dudley (1782-1865).
Abner Hammond (1762-1829) served as lieutenant of South Carolina state troops. He was born in South Carolina; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 30683.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112
page 76
Mrs. Leila B. Artope Gantt.
DAR ID Number: 111235
Born in Macon, Ga.
Wife of J. A. Gantt.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond, as follows:
1. Thomas Edwin Artope (b. 1864) m. 1889 Elizabeth Goodwin (b. 1866).
2. Thomas Bernard Artope (1833-1900) m. 1855 Laura C. Stubbs (1835-84).
3. Peter Stubbs, Jr. (1796-1854), m. 1820 Ann Hammond (1804-80).
4. Abner Hammond m. 2nd 1803 Sarah Dudley (1782-1865).
Abner Hammond (1752-1829) served as lieutenant of South Carolina State troops. He was born in Richmond County, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 84016.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114
page 239
Mrs. Eleanor Adams Franks.
DAR ID Number: 113720
Born in Eatonton, Ga.
Wife of Marvin Franks.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond, as follows:
1. Irby Hudson Adams (1854-1912) m. 1879 Sarah Ellen Hammond (b. 1855).
2. John Hammond (1811-85) m. 2nd 1842 Caroline Fort (1816-98).
3. Abner Hammond m. 1803 Sarah Dudley (1782-1865).
Abner Hammond (1762-1829) served as lieutenant of South Carolina State troops. He was born in Petersburg, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 84016.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 120
page 131
Mrs. Lillian Watts Aird.
DAR ID Number: 119414
Born in Americus, Ga.
Wife of Henry G. Aird.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond, as follows:
1. Harrison Davenport Watts (b. 1841) m. 1867 Mary Jackson Hammond (b. 1849).
2. Charles D. Hammond (1807-79) m. 1837 Evaline Amelia Harris (1821-95).
3. Abner Hammond m. 2nd 1803 Sarah Dudley (1782-1865).
Abner Hammond (1762-1829) served as lieutenant of South Carolina State troops. He was born in Petersburg, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 113720.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 161
page 187
Mrs. Eugenia Tucker Stubbs Wright.
DAR ID Number: 160585
Born in Monroe, La.
Wife of Thomas E. Wright.
Descendant of Lieut. Abner Hammond, as follows:
1. Francis Peter Stubbs (1830-1908) m. 1858 Georgia Anna Tucker (d. 1895).
2. Baradell Palmer Stubbs (1799-1873) m. 1823 Eliza Hammond (b. 1805).
3. Abner Hammond m. 2d 1803 Sarah Dudley.
Abner Hammond (1762-1829) received a pension for service as lieutenant in the South Carolina State troops. He was born in Richmond County, Va.; died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 141207.



DAVID HOLLIMAN
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162
page 34
 Mrs. Minnie Mae Green Bartlett.
DAR ID Number: 161105
Born in Dublin, Ga.
Wife of Newell Greene Bartlett.
Descendant of David Holliman, as follows:
1. George Franklin Green (1856-1915) m. 1872 Mildred M. Holliman (1851-1913).
2. Thomas Jefferson Holliman (1809-79) m. 1st 1836 Nancy Spivey (1820-57).
3. John Holliman (1785-1855) m. 1st 1808 Prudence Hooks (1788-1848).
4. David Holliman m. 1783 Mary Holliman (1760-1820).
David Holliman served as private in the Georgia troops. He died, 1815, in Baldwin County, Ga.


JOHN HOWARD
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 125
page 241
Miss Annie Bell.
DAR ID Number: 124797
Born in Montgomery, Ala.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Micajah Williamson and of Major John Howard as follows:
1. Alexander Bell (1816-85) m. 1848 Rebecca Howard (1826-93).
2. Thacker Brock Howard (1798-1869) m. 1822 Sarah Thweatt (1805-79).
3. Peterson Thweatt (d. 1850) m. 1804 Elizabeth Williamson; John Howard m. 1787 Jane Vivian (1770-1837).
4. Micajah Williamson m. Sarah Gilliam (b. 1745).
Micajah Williamson served as lieutenant colonel under Col. Elijah Clarke, to protect the western frontier of Georgia. He was born in Bedford County, Va.; died in Wilkes County, Ga.
Also No. 101704.
John Howard (1761-1822) served with Marion and Sumpter. Later rose to the rank of major. He was born in South Carolina; died in Baldwin County, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 164
page 58
Mrs. Eugenia Cary Beman.
DAR ID Number: 163183
Born in Macon County, Ala.
Wife of W. P. Beman.
Descendant of Lieut. Dudley Cary, Major John Howard and Capt. John Morel, as follows:
1. Charles Williamson Cary (1828-64) m. 1857 Helen Gertrude Simmons (1835-73).
2. Edward Cary (1789-1860) m. 2d 1826 Eliza Jane Howard (Rutherford) (1792-1864); Joseph Thorpe Simmons (b. 1807) m. 1834 Mary Rutherford (d. 1858).
3. Dudley Cary m. 1775 Lucy Tabb (1753-1821); John Howard m. Jane Vivian; Nathan Green Rutherford m. Anne Morel (b. 1786).
4. John Morel m. 2d 1785 Henrietta Netherclift.
Dudley Cary served as lieutenant in the Gloucester County, Virginia militia. He was born in Gloucester County, Va.; died on island off the Georgia coast.
John Howard (1761-1822) served as private and scout in Captain Putnam's company under Brigadier General Sumter, and rose to the rank of major in the South Carolina troops. He was born in South Carolina; died in Baldwin County, Ga.
Also No. 137085.
John Morel (1759-1802) commanded a company of Georgia troops. He was born in Savannah, Ga.; died at sea.



JOHN KENNON
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
page 49
Miss Clara Heriot White.
DAR ID Number: 41118
Born in Waco, Texas.
Descendant of Rev. William Johnston, Sergt. Witter Johnston, Nehemiah Tilton, Judge Joshua Mersereau, Joshua Mersereau, Jr. and Lieut. John Kennon.
Daughter of Woodson T. White and Louisiana W. Johnston, his wife.
Granddaughter of Pleasants Woodson White and Emily Gibson, his wife; Theodore Mersereau Johnston and Elizabeth Ann Patrick, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of David Lindsay White (1780-1862) and Elizabeth Lewis Kennon (1783-1824), his wife, m. 1809; Hugh Campbell Johnston and Hester Mersereau, his wife; Dr. Edward Reynolds Gibson and Jeannette Tilton (1795-1869), his wife, m. 1813.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Witter Johnston and Jane Campbell, his wife; Nehemiah Tilton and Lydia Hanson, his wife; John Kennon and Elizabeth Woodson, his wife, m. 1779; Joshua Mersereau, Jr. and Dinah Garretson, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Johnston and Ann Witter Cummins, his wife; Joshua Mersereau and Sophia La Grange, his first wife.
William Johnston, (1713-83), was a recognized Patriot Preacher. His Thanksgiving sermon, delivered 1782, was shown at the Sydney Centennial Jubilee 1872.
[p.49] Witter Johnston, (1753-1839), was a pensioner of Cherry Valley. He was placed on the pension roll of Delaware County 1831 for service as private and sergeant, New York line.
Also Nos. 9040, 10002, 22660, 28069.
Nehemiah Tilton (1746-1814), was deputy Commissary of Musters for Delaware.
Joshua Mersereau, (1728-1804), was deputy Commissary General of Prisoners during the war. He was born in Staten Island; died in Union, N. Y.
Joshua Mersereau, Jr., (1758-1857), served as a spy and courier. He was captured by the British and imprisoned on the ?Scorpion? in New York Bay 1783. He died in Tioga, Pa.
John Kennon, (1752-1812), served as lieutenant 1776 in the North Carolina line. He was born and married in Virginia, lived in North Carolina during the Revolution and died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also Nos. 467, 11189, 16382, 22924, 23543, 23855, 36429.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55
page 87
Mrs. Annie Read Thompson Coleman.
DAR ID Number: 54208
Born in Polk County, Ga.
Wife of Walter Scott Coleman.
Descendant of Alexander Thompson, Lieut. John Kennon, and Solomon Strickland.
Daughter of Ivy F. Thompson and Annie Eliza P. Read, his wife.
Granddaughter of Ephraim Thompson and Naomi Nettles, his wife; Nathan Read and Eliza Kennon, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Thompson, Jr., and Eunace Strickland, his wife; Rev. John W. Kennon and Mrs. Jas. Gorley, his wife.
See No. 54539.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Kennon and Elizabeth Woodson, his wife.
John Kennon (1752-1812) served as lieutenant, 1776, in the North Carolina line. He was born and married in Virginia, lived in North Carolina during the Revolution and died in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also Nos. 11189, 16382, 22924, 23543, 23855, 36429, 41118.



JOHN MYRICK
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 94
page 297
Mrs. May Nelson Johnston.
DAR ID Number: 93959
Born in Upson County, Ga.
Wife of W. S. Johnston.
Descendant of John Myrick, as follows:
1. Thomas Jefferson Nelson (1834-99) m. 3rd, 1871 Willie Myrick Parham (1843-88).
2. Stith Anderson Parham (1812-80) m. 1835 Catherine W. Jackson (1810-54).
3. Thomas Stith Parham (1786-1872) m. 1800 Amy Myrick (1787-1866).
4. John Myrick m. 1786 ? Goodwin (b. 1770).
 John Myrick (1758-1836) served as private, 1776, Georgia Line, and received bounty land in Baldwin County, Ga., where he died. He was born in York County, Va.
Also No. 85102.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 121
page 65
Mrs. Alice Lucile Brannon Smith.
DAR ID Number: 120206
Born in Seale, Ala.
Wife of Maynard Boardman Smith.
[p.65] Descendant of John Myrick, as follows:
1. George Thomas Brannon m. Stephie Greene.
2. Stephen Clements Greene (b. 1832) m. 1860 Martha Boss Turner (1841-1902).
3. Myles Greene (d. 1884) m. 1825 Martha Wycke Jackson (1809-59).
4. Drury Jackson (1767-1823) m. 1805 Lucy Myrick (1784-1840).
5. John Myrick m. 1786 Amy Goodwin (b. 1770).
John Myrick (1758-1836) served as private, 1776, Georgia Line, and received bounty land in Baldwin County, Ga., where he died. He was born in York County, Va.
Also No. 100322.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 124
page 147
Miss Annie Beatrice Greene.
DAR ID Number: 123461
Born in Macon Co., Ala.
Descendant of John Myrick, as follows:
1. John Frederick Greene (b. 1851) m. 1876 Caroline Allums (b. 1859).
2. Myles Greene (1801-84) m. 1st 1825 Martha Wyche Jackson (1809-59).
3. Drury Jackson (1767-1823) m. 1805 Lucy Myrick (1784-1840).
4. John Myrick m. 1786 Amy Goodwin (b. 1770).
John Myrick (1758-1836) served as private, 1776, Georgia Line, and received land in Baldwin County, Ga., where he died. He was born in York County, Va.
Also No. 120206.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 148
page 289
Mrs. Nettie Jones Albert.147924
Born in Chattahoochee County, Ga.
Wife of William J. Albert.
Descendant of John Myrick, as follows:
1. John Mason Jones (1832-64) m. 1852 Cordelia A. Redding (1835-86).
2. Anderson W. Redding (1803-75) m. 1826 Susan Jackson (d. 1851).
3. Drewry Jackson (1767-1823) m. 1805 Lucy Myrick (1784-1840).
4. John Myrick m. Amy Goodwin (d. 1786).
John Myrick (1751-1835) served as private, 1776, in the Georgia Line and received land in Baldwin County, Ga., where he died. He was born in York County, Va.
Also No. 144864.



SAMUEL SLAUGHTER
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67
page 193
Mrs. May Schoeller Weaver.
DAR ID Number: 66515
Born in Dalton, Ga.
Wife of George Alvah Weaver, Jr.
Descendant of Col. William Candler, Isham Andrews, Robert Quarterman, Samuel Slaughter, Ezekiel Slaughter.
Daughter of Henri Schoeller (1838-1909) and Minnie Myrick (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Daniel Jackson Myrick (1826-1909) and Mary Adeline Andres (1825-1904), his wife, m. 1850.
Gr-granddaughter of Owen H. Myrick (1801-30) and Elizabeth Candler (1803-72), his wife, m. 1820; Edward Quarterman Andrews (1800-80) and Margaret Beasley (1804-82), his wife, m. 1822.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Candler and Sara Slaughter, his wife, m. 1799; Micajah Andrews (b. 1774) and Ann Quarterman (b. 1775), his wife, m. 1797.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Candler and Elizabeth Anthony (1746-1803), his wife, m. 1760; Samuel Slaughter and Fanny ?, his wife; Isham Andrews and Rebecca Way, his wife, m. 1767; Robert Quarterman and Elizabeth Baker (b. 1756), his wife, m. 1771.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Slaughter and Sara Butler, his wife.
William Candler (1736-84) entered the service as captain and rose to the rank of colonel of Georgia militia; was with General Sumter in his Carolina campaign, 1780. He was born in Ireland; died in Richmond County, Ga.
Also Nos. 30664, 32003, 38972, 39492, 40225.
Isham Andrews (1747-1845) enlisted, 1780, under Capt. George Pegram, Col. Ralph Faulkner, Virginia. He served other enlistments under different commands. Made application for pension, 1833. He was born in Chesterfield County, Va.
Robert Quarterman (1744-86) appears in the list of Georgia soldiers from Liberty County, where he was born and died.
Samuel Slaughter appears in a list of Georgia soldiers from Baldwin County, where he died, 1821. He was born in Virginia.
Ezekiel Slaughter (1729-92) served as private in Col. Thwaite's Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Greene County.

Mrs. May Schoeller Weaver.
DAR ID Number: 66515
Born in Dalton, Ga.
Wife of George Alvah Weaver, Jr.
Descendant of Col. William Candler, Isham Andrews, Robert Quarterman, Samuel Slaughter, Ezekiel Slaughter.
Daughter of Henri Schoeller (1838-1909) and Minnie Myrick (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Daniel Jackson Myrick (1826-1909) and Mary Adeline Andres (1825-1904), his wife, m. 1850.
Gr-granddaughter of Owen H. Myrick (1801-30) and Elizabeth Candler (1803-72), his wife, m. 1820; Edward Quarterman Andrews (1800-80) and Margaret Beasley (1804-82), his wife, m. 1822.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Daniel Candler and Sara Slaughter, his wife, m. 1799; Micajah Andrews (b. 1774) and Ann Quarterman (b. 1775), his wife, m. 1797.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Candler and Elizabeth Anthony (1746-1803), his wife, m. 1760; Samuel Slaughter and Fanny ?, his wife; Isham Andrews and Rebecca Way, his wife, m. 1767; Robert Quarterman and Elizabeth Baker (b. 1756), his wife, m. 1771.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Slaughter and Sara Butler, his wife.
William Candler (1736-84) entered the service as captain and rose to the rank of colonel of Georgia militia; was with General Sumter in his Carolina campaign, 1780. He was born in Ireland; died in Richmond County, Ga.
Also Nos. 30664, 32003, 38972, 39492, 40225.
Isham Andrews (1747-1845) enlisted, 1780, under Capt. George Pegram, Col. Ralph Faulkner, Virginia. He served other enlistments under different commands. Made application for pension, 1833. He was born in Chesterfield County, Va.
Robert Quarterman (1744-86) appears in the list of Georgia soldiers from Liberty County, where he was born and died.
Samuel Slaughter appears in a list of Georgia soldiers from Baldwin County, where he died, 1821. He was born in Virginia.
Ezekiel Slaughter (1729-92) served as private in Col. Thwaite's Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Greene County.

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