ALL KNOWN REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS

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Below is a list of ALL KNOWN Rev War soldiers who resided in Chautauqua County.

The first list is of those who lived and died and are buried here and the town buried in.
Town of Arkwright
Cowden, William
Ellis, Barzillai
Evans, Joseph
Fisher, Ichabod Sr.
Hinman, Michael Sr.
Olmstead, James
Thatcher, Eliakim
Wood, Nathan
Wood, William Jr.

Town of Busti
Abbott, Ezra
Frank, John
Frank, Lawrence
Jones, John
Landon, Reuben
Merrill, Jesse
Palmeter, Phineas
Pier, Levi
Smiley, John
Wellman, Barnabas
Wilcox, Stephen
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Town of Carroll
Hall, John
Tobey, Job

Town of Charlotte
Clark, Caleb
Cleland, John
Carpenter, Isaac
Carter, Elijah
Carter, Elisha
Gleason, Jacob W.
Johnson, Nathaniel
Seaver, Robert Whitmore
Shurtleff, Jonas
Sinclair, Samuel

Town of Chautauqua
Barnhart, Peter
Bond, Bethuel
Branch, William
Brigham, Jonathan
Darrow, George
Davis, Samuel
Fenton, Adonijah
Hale, Josiah
Houghton, Silas
Hull, Seth
Look, Elijah Jr.
McGregor, David
Peacock, Thomas
Scofield, Seely
Scofield, Uriah
Stedman, Levi
Tennant, Daniel II
Waterbury, Samuel
Whitney, Richard Sr.
Young, Samuel

Town of Cherry Creek
Clark, William
Northrup, Nicholas
Stone, Isaac
Wiard, Darius

Town of Clymer
Brownell, Joseph
Campbell, John
Cleveland, Gardner
Williams, Daniel
Wing, Daniel

Town of Ellery
Annis, Jacob
Annis, John
Babcock, Jonathan
Bacon, Lemuel
Barney, Luther
Bemus, William
Boyd, Joseph
Coe, John
Felton, James
Ives, Enos Jr.
Marsh, William
Parker, Benjamin
Patterson, George Jr.
Pickard, John
Rice, John
Scofield, William
Simmons, Amos
Wetsell, Christian

Town of Ellicott
(excluding City of Jamestown)
Davis, Paul
Fenton, Jacob
Griffith, Jeremiah
Hoard, Samuel
Loucks, Joseph
Martin, William
Rhodes, John
Simmons, Jonas
Simmons, William
Smiley, William
City of Jamestown
Butler, Richard
Cowling, John
Crawford, Andrew
Delamater, Benjamin
Dix, Joseph
Fish, Cyrus
Hazeltine, Daniel
Matthews, Thomas
Staples, Isaac
Steward, Eliphalet
Washburn, William

Town of Ellington
Bentley, John
Hitchcock, Abijah

Town of French Creek
Adams, William
Findley, Alexander
Madden, David
Morse, Josiah
Winters, Juvenile

Town of Gerry
Mathews, Benjamin

Town of Hanover
Barnes, Reuben
Clothier, Jesse
Cooley, Abner
Cross, Ebenezer
Darling, John
Ferry, John
Ferry, Susanne (Munn)
- only woman served as nurse
on battlefield. Wife of John.
Frink, Thomas
Gage, Asa
Ingraham, Amos
Ingraham, William
Johnson, John
Kirkland, William
Lane, Ezekiel
Lewis, Samuel
Love, Robert
McKee, John
McManus, Christopher
Mixer, John
Nash, Silas
Nevins, Thomas
Pattison, Robert
Rathbun, Solomon
Schofield, Enos
- also spelled Schofield
Spink, Shibnah Jr.
VanCamp, Isaac
Wright, Jeremiah

Town of Harmony
Card, Thomas
Carpenter, Josiah
Chamberlain, Phineas
Hosier, John
Loomis, Simon
Mather, Nathaniel
Muzzy, Amos
- also spelled Muzzey
Osborn, Isaac
Pember, John
Randall, Jonas
Wellman, John

Town of Kiantone
Cheney, Ebenezer Jr.
Covel, Benjamin
Marsh, Jasper
Martin, Aaron
Moore, Asa
Stearns, William

Town of Mina
Beebe, Amon

Town of North Harmony
Benedict, Samuel
Hollister, David
Matteson, William
Stow, John

Town of Poland
Allen, Phineas
Baker, Seth
Bill, Jonathan
Felton, Nathaniel
Hamlin, Cyrenus
Ives, Amasa
Reynolds, Joel
Tracy, Elias
Tucker, John
Woodward, John
Woodward, Joshua

Town of Pomfret
Abell, Thomas
Bail, Henry Calvin
Baldwin, Jeremiah
Barker, Hezekiah
Bartlett, John
Brigham, John
Burnham, Augustus
Cole, Seth
Crosby, Pearson
Crosby, Simon
Fitch, Roswell L.
Fox, Vaniah
Fox, Varnish
Gates, Luther
Hempstead, Nathaniel III
Hood, William
Lamont, William
Loomis, Israel
Lowell,Willoughby
Marsh, Silas
May, Chester
Moore, King
Phelps, Jonathan
Risley, Elijah
Rood, Jeremiah Jr.
Rood, Joseph
Saxton, James
Seymour, Asa
Seymour, William Jr.
Smith, Israel
Thomas, Reuben
White, James
Whitney, John
3 gravesites identified as
Rev. Soldiers but no names are
in Pioneer Cemetery @ Fredonia

Town of Portland
Barnes, Daniel
Burnham, Daniel
Caldwell, James
Coney, John
Dunn, James
Goldsmith, James
Guyles, Joseph
Hall, John
Hills, Zimri
Kane, Peter
Lewis, Walker
Light, John
Munson, Samuel
Parker, Samuel
Peters, Joseph Phelps
Shattuck, Samuel
Standish, Amos
Taylor, Reuben
Thayer, Lemuel Jr.
Tucker, Samuel

Town of Ripley
Adams, Jonathan
Adams, Levi Jr.
Andrews, Joel
Barden, Abraham
Bell, Arthur
Bennett, Benjamin
Benson, Joel
Catlin, Amos
Dickson, Robert
Dickson, William Jr.
Ellis, George
Fairchild, John
Farnsworth, Josiah III
Hamilton, Charles
Heyden, Elijah - also spelled Hayden
Jones, George
Kingsley, James
Loomis, Seth
Morse, Artemus
Nichols, Jonathan Jr.
Riddell, Robert - also spelled Riddle
Spencer, Orange
Stephens, William
Stetson, Oliver
Tennant, John
Willard, Ephraim

Town of Sheridan
Allen, Moses
Bush, Stephen
Clark, Andrew
Cranston, Samuel
Ensign, Otis
Herrick, Ephraim
Spencer, John
Stebbins, Hezekiah

Town of Sherman
Dutton, Moses
Selden, Benjamin
Turner, William

Town of Stockton
Batcheller, Abraham Jr.
Bidwell, Phineas
Bugbee, Jonathan Sr.
Curtice, Thomas - also spelled Curtis
Deming, Daniel
Phillips, Philip Jr.
Smith, Abel
Smith, Ebenezer
Turner, Asa
Weed, William
Wilkins, Asa

Town of Villenova
Arnold, David
Ball, Matthias
Clark, Elias
Cushman, Joshua
Gilbert, Gardener
Graves, Jedediah
Kent, John
Mather, Joseph
Norton, Solomon
Osborne, Daniel (Osborn)
Phillips, Thomas
Spencer, Reuben
Warner, Nathaniel Jr.

Town of Westfield
Anderson, Samuel
Averill, Lemon
Bird, Nathaniel
Bradley, Lent
Cole, Phineas
Couch, William
Durand, Fisk
Dyer, Jonathan
House, John
Penfield, Samuel
Rice, Peletiah
Rumsey, David
Wells, Asa
Wheeler, Samuel
Wright, Reuben


The following are known to be buried in Chautauqua County. Their burial places within the county are not known at this date.
Bovee, Nicholas
Comstock, Martin Luther
Ely, William - also spelled Eley
Gates, Daniel
Harris, William
Thayer, Joseph
Wallace, William
Wetherbee, Oliver

Below are names of those probably buried in Chautauqua County But not known for sure that they are buried in this county.
Andrews, Amos
Barlow, Abner
Fitch, Rufus
Gregory, Esbon (Izband)
Hamblin, Zaccheus
Hunt, Elvin
Jones, Joshua
Mitchell, John
Mumford, Henry
Phillips, Elkanah
Richarss, Thomas
Skinner, Jesse

Below is a list of Rev. Soldiers who had resided in Chautauqua County. They were buried elsewhere.
Burch, Thomas - buried LaPorte, Indiana
Burdick, Gideon - buried Quincey, Illinois
Chase, William - burial place unknown - perhaps Vermont
Cook, Elihu - buried Fairview, Erie Co., PA
Cook, Joel - buried Orwell Township, Bradford Co., PA
Davis, Joseph - buried New Albion Cem., Cattaraugus Co., NY
Dustin, Moses - buried Coos Co., Hew Hampshire
Farnsworth, William Jr. - buried Perrysburg, Catt. Co., NY
Hatch, Nathan - buried Milwaukee, Wisc.
Holmes, Orsamus - buried Killbuck, Holmes Co., Ohio
Hutchins, William Jr. - buried Perry, Lake Co., Ohio
Maples, Josiah - buried East Aurora, Erie Co., NY
Mather, Stephen - buried Clear Creek Cem., Warren, PA
Merrill, Noah - buried Salem, Ohio Owens, John - buried Oakland Cem., Warren, PA
Phelps, Cornelius - buried Evans Center Cem., Evans, Erie Co., NY
Pratt, Stephen - buried in Michigan
Sayles, Thomas - buried Marcellus Village Cem. , Onondaga Co., NY
Smith, Simeon - buried Deleware Co., Ohio
Truesdail, Heil - buried Evans Mills, Jefferson Co., NY (his 2nd wife Martha deWolf is buried in East Ripley Cem. Chaut. Co.)
Waldo, David - buried Wildwood Cem., Sheboygan, Wisc.
Webster, William - buried Grahamville Cem. - near North East, PA
Wilson, Alexander- buried Methodist Churchyard- South Harbor Creek, PA
Wood, Charles - buried Harlinsburg, Mercer Co., PA

A list of one time residents of Chautauqua County whose dates and place of death and burial are unknown:
Clark, Roger
Colfax, Samuel
Doty, Ellis
Denny, Charles
Durfee, Walter
Ellicott, Henry
Gilbert, Asahel
Grant, Peter Legree
Green, Timothy
Hill, Benoni
Jenkins, Joseph
Lesuer, John
Matoon, Abel
Pitcher, Abner
Plummer, Simeon
Rogers, Frederick
Smith, Elisha
Sprague, William
Tefft, Rufus
Tyler, Jonathan
Webster, Elisha
Wheeler, Edward
William, John

A list of widows (of Rev. War vets) buried in Chautauqua County. Their husbands were NOT in Chautauqua County. Had died before the widow came to this county. Many of these widows while living in Chautauqua County filed for pension on their deceased husbands.
Abbey, Abiel (Averill) - widow of John Abbey
Barr, Rachel - widow of Alexander Barr
Beadle, Rhoda - widow of Benjamin Beadle
Blodgett, Sybil (Roberts) - widow of Ephraim Blodgett
Bruckrow (Brokrow), catherine - widow of Jasper Bruckrow
Bush, Lucretia (Ensign) - widow of Moses Bush
Cole, Lucy (Briggs) - widow of Amos Cole
Cole, Mehitable (West) - widow of Barnabas Cole.
Crane, Elizabeth - widow of Curtis Crane
Eaton, Mary (Stacy) - widow of Benjamin Eaton
Fuller, Sarah - widow of Daniel Fuller
Hawkins, Nancy - husband not given - obit says hsb. was Rev. War Soldier
Haywood, Hannah (Williams) - widow of Benjamin Haywood
Hopkins, Hirzavith - husband not given - obit says hsb in Rev War.
Howard, Phebe - husband not given - obit says hsb. Rev Soldier.
Ingham, Lucy (Heacox) - widow of Isaac Ingham
Jordan, Zernah - widow of Barak Jordan - she md 2d Mr. Vorce.
Lincoln, Dezire (Chapman) - widow of Sylvester Lincoln
Livermore, Milley (Gage) - widow of Ezra Livermore
Matteson, Sarah - widow of David Matteson
Parker, Anna -widow of Isaac Parker
Penhallow, Huldah (Canfield) - widow of Richard Penhallow
Shearman, Mercy (Lapham) - widow of Humphrey Shearman she md 2nd William Barker - and buried under that surname.
Shepard, Jemima (Smith) - widow of Dea. Isaac Shepard
Smith, Philothe - husband not known
Swift, Susanna - widow of Samuel Swift
Woleben, Dorothy (Bellinger) - widow of Abraham Woleben
Wilton, Sarah - hsband not known

Soldiers of the King. There are two known soldiers of the king who are buried in Chautauqua County.
Bailey, Joseph - buried in Webster Cemetery - Town of Pomfret he was born in England and was tricked into signing on with the Kings forces and immediately sent to the colonies to fight.
Prendergast, Matthew - buried in Prendergast Family Cem. Matthew served with the kings' forces while residing in Canada. He later was a well respected judge in Chautauqua Co. and ironically many Rev. War vets came in front of him when filing for their pensions.

Taken from KATES Rev War soldiers books- 2 vols. - Donna Mills