Keewaydin Chapter
Patriot Ancestors

Revolutionary War Battle Scene

Connecticut
Barnius Beach
James Buck
Jerre Burwell
Timothy Crosby
Warham Gibbs
Moses Hall, Sr
Thomas Harris
Francis Phillips
Amasa Standish
Parshall Terry, Sr
Elisha Wolcott

Kentucky
Joseph Liston

Maryland
Casper Boyers
Stephen Ramsburg

Massachusetts
Elijah Bacon
James Bigelow
Joseph Bray
Gabriel Cornish
Stephen Draper
Benjamin Fenno
Abner Hubbard
John Kendrick
Mathew Kinman
Perez Southworth
Abraham Taylor
William Thayer, Jr

New Hampshire
Archippus Blodgett
Ebenezer Fiske
Andrew Hastings
Samuel Philbrick
Andrew Sherburne, Jr
Peter Stearns

New Jersey
Samuel Dilkes
William Green
John Hayden
Michael Moore
James Tomlin

New York
Abigail Patchen Bartholomew
Martin Cornell
Phineas Heard
Cornelius Humphrey
James Van Derbergh
John Walters

North Carolina
William Chromartie
Henry Downs
George Redmon

Pennsylvania
William Augustus Atlee
William Bischoff
Ludwig Bretz
Ludwig Cornman
John Gaddis
Nathaniel Hazen
Laurentz Hipple
Peter Johnson
Jacob Jones
Henry Keller
John Kingkinger
Elias Kuder
Johann Nicolaus Meck
David Toot
George Fred Toot
Daniel Townsend
John Wallace

Rhode Island
Oliver Babcock, Sr
Stukely Barton
Simon Whipple

Vermont
Thomas Ashley
Calvin Ewing

Virginia
William Berry
Zachariah P. Griffis
Strangeman Hutchins
John Lister
John Robinson
Spencer Stone
Isaac Wood

Patriot Ancestors of
Keewaydin Chapter Founding Members

Henry Blaisdell ~
Zebulon Butler ~
Paul Dudley ~
Samuel Morrill ~
Timothy Noyes ~
Amaziah Richmond ~
Benjamin Wait ~
Elijah Welles ~
James Webster ~

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Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier
Washington Square -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Tomb of the Unknown Solider of the American Revolution Replica of Bronze Sculpture of George Washington
by Jean Antoine Houdon

Engraved on Tomb:
"Beneath this stone rests a soldier
of Washington's army who died
to give you liberty."

Engraved on Monument:
"In unmarked graves within this square lie thousands of
unknown soldiers of Washington's army who died of wounds
and sickness during the Revolutionary War"

"Freedom is a light for which many men
have died in darkness."

"The independence and liberty you possess are
the work of joint councils and joint efforts
of common dangers, suffering and success."
[Washington's Farewell Address, Sept. 17, 1796]"

DAR Index graphic courtesy of Rhio's Sampler   
Photograph
Tomb of Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier
by Jon Abbott

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