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Volume 16
page 161

Mrs. Leverne Mary Boyd Sturmer.
DAR ID Number: 155499
Born in Fairfield, Nebr.
Wife of F. C. Sturmer.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. Earl Eugene Boyd (b. 1873) m. 1894 Cora Amanda Huff (b. 1872).
2. Aaron Huff (1833-1916) m. 1861 Amanda Robins (1834-72).
3. ? Robins m. Mary Irwin.
[p.161] 4. Jared Irwin (1773-1834) m. 1798 Eleanor Taylor (1775-1852).
5. William Taylor m. Lucy Embly.
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2d New Jersey regiment, Continental Line; also wagon master. He was born in Freehold, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 18
page 288

Mrs. Myrta Burdsoll Taylor.
DAR ID Number: 17789
Born in South Salem, Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Samuel M. Taylor.
Descendant of Sergt William Broderick, of New Jersey.
Daughter of Isaac Burdsoll Brodrick and Eleanor Elizabeth Allen, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Brodrick (1793-1886) and Lydia Burdsoll, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Broderick and Esther Broderick, his wife.
William Broderick enlisted as a minute man in the Monmouth county militia, served as corporal in the campaign [p.288] against the Indians, 1777, and as sergeant at the battle of Springfield, where he was wounded. He was born in Burlington, N. J., and died in St. Clairsville, Ohio.

Volume 20
page 60

Mrs. Ida Holson Bailey.
DAR ID Number: 19161
Born in Washington County, Iowa.
Wife of J. H. Bailey.
Descendant of James Stinson.
Daughter of N. A. Holson and Patience Adams, his wife.
Granddaughter of Harvey Adams and Malinda Stinson, his wife.
[p.60] Gr.-granddaughter of James Stinson and Mary Parker, his wife.
James Stinson, (1761-1851), was a minute man in the New Jersey militia. He was placed on the pension roll of Ohio, 1831. He was born in Essex Co., N. J.; died in Ross county, Ohio.

Volume 34
page 24

Mrs. Nina Silcott Harper.
DAR ID Number: 33068
Born in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Wife of Joseph H. Harper.
Descendant of William Taylor.
Daughter of Arthur E. Silcott and Helen Taylor, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jared Taylor and Nancy Pepple, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Taylor and Jane Irwin, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Taylor and Lucy Embry, his wife.
William Taylor, (1744-1830), served as a private and wagon master in the Monmouth County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Upper Freehold, New Jersey; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 9039, 22658, 25487, 28969, 29636, 31900.

Volume 34
page 104

Miss Amelia Waring Platter.
DAR ID Number: 33291
Born in Elrod, Indiana.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
Daughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Jane McCracken, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Platter (b. 1794) and Emily Redding, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabbe (1771-1832), his wife, m. 1787.
Peter Platter, (1758-1832), served as a private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company of Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross county, Ohio.

Volume 34
page 195

Mrs. Laura Harrison Campbell.
DAR ID Number: 33537
Born in Napoleon, Ohio.
Wife of William Wildman Campbell.
Descendant of Cary McClelland.
Daughter of Eugene B. Harrison, M. D. and Mary Elizabeth McCann.
[p.195] Granddaughter of David Matthews McCann and Amy Bell, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Bell and Elizabeth McClelland, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Cary McClelland and Hannah Myers, his wife.
Cary McClelland, (1753-1846), enlisted 1776 in the Rifle regiment of Col. Walter Stewart. He was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Trenton and Princeton. His pension was allowed for twenty-one months actual service as private, Pennsylvania line. He was born in Ireland; died in Ross county, Ohio.

Volume 36
page 361

Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Mcclure Zink.
DAR ID Number: 35979
Born in Greenfield, Ohio.
Wife of P. B. Zink.
Descendant of William Taylor.
Daughter of Martin McClure and Nancy Duncan, his wife.
Granddaughter of John McClure and Elizabeth Taylor, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Taylor and Mary Pearce, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Taylor and Lucy Embry, his wife.
William Taylor, (1744-1830), served as a private and wagon master in the Monmouth County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Upper Freehold, New Jersey; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 9039, 22658, 25487, 28969, 29636, 31900, 33068.

Volume 37
page 298

Mrs. Helen Grant Entrekin Manly
DAR ID Number: 37846
Born in Chillicothe, Ohio.
Wife of Robert W. Manly.
Descendant of George Davis and of John Crouse.
Daughter of John C. Entrekin and Mary F., his wife.
Granddaughter of John Entrekin and Fanny Moore, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Entrekin and Nancy Crouse, his wife; Joseph Moore and Hannah Davis, his wife.
[p.298] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Davis and Sarah Trickey, his wife; John Crouse and Catharine Umsted, his wife.
John Crouse, (1759-1847), served 1776 in the Maryland Flying Camp under Capt. Jacob Good and Col. Charles G. Griffith. He was born in Frederick County, Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 42
page 26

Mrs. Mary West Haynes.
DAR ID Number: 41061
Born in Highland county, Ohio.
Wife of Charles E. Haynes.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
Daughter of Allen Platter West and Isabel Patterson, his wife.
Granddaughter of John West and Anna Barbara Platter, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabbe (1771-1832), his wife, m. 1787.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Platter and Ann Barbara Luckenbitten, his wife.
Peter Platter, (1758-1832), served as a private in Captain Robert Ramsey's company of Washington county, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross county, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33291, 34903.

Volume 43
page 9

Mrs. Esta Coover Harvey.
DAR ID Number: 42021
Born in Union, Ohio.
Wife of Elmer E. Harvey.
Descendant of Joshua McKenzie.
Daughter of Allison Jerome Coover and Harriet Porter, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Coover and Adah McKenzie, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Joshua McKenzie and Mary Jones (b. 1768), his wife, m. 1785.
Joshua McKenzie, (1764-1835), enlisted as a drummer 1778 for three years and was mustered out. His two brothers, Moses and Jesse, also served and all enlisted from Frederick, Maryland. He died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 45
page 331

Mrs. Elizabeth Moore Holt.
DAR ID Number: 44825
Born in Coosa Co., Ala.
Descendant of Capt. John. Marks.
Daughter of William Harvie Moore and Elizabeth Anne Dixon, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Harvie Moore and Mary Garland Marks, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Marks and Lucy Meriwether Lewis (b.1752) his wife, m. 1787.
John Marks was captain of the Tenth Va. regiment 1779 and 1785 was sheriff of Albernarle County, Va. where he was born. He removed to Georgia after his marriage to the widow of William Lewis who died 1780. He received a grant of land in Ross County, Ohio for his service.

Volume 47
page 201

Mrs. Abigail Bigelow Hay Entrikin.
DAR ID Number: 46444
Born in Findlay, Ohio.
Wife of Franklin Bennett Entrikin.
Descendant of Jacob Frisbie, Ensign Amos Frisbie and Peter Platter.
Daughter of Edwin R. Hay and Angelicia Frisbie, his wife.
[p.201] Granddaughter of Amos Frisbie and Abigail Bigelow, his 1st wife; Peter Hay and Christine Platter, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Calvin Frisbie (b. 1779) and Charlotte Hine, his wife; Peter Platter and Sarah Crabbe (1771-1832), his wife, m. 1787.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Amos Frisbie, and Mary Frisbie, his wife; Joseph Platter and Anna Barbara Luckebilen, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Frisbie and Ruth Porter, his wife, m. 1747.
Jacob Frisbie (1726-98) served as a minute man from the town of Bethlehem, Conn., 1776. He died in Bethlehem.
Amos Frisbie served as ensign in Capt. Elias Dunning's company, Col. Benjamin Hinman's 13th Connecticut regiment, 1776.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as a private in Capt. Robert Ramsay's company of Washington County, Pa., militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33291, 34903, 41061, 43831, 44061.

Volume 51
page 211

[p.211] Mrs. Janie S. Means.
DAR ID Number: 50463
Born in Lancaster, Ohio.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
Daughter of Newton Schley and Margaret Hay, his wife.
Granddaughter of Peter Hay and Christine Platter, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabs, his wife.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as a private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company of Washington County, Pa., militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33291, 34903, 41061, 43831, 44061.

Volume 52
page 216

Mrs. Florence Lutz Beale.
DAR ID Number: 51498
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Clarke Beale.
Descendant of John Lutz and of Capt. John Lesher.
Daughter of Isaac Lutz (b. 1823) and Susan Barton (b. 1838), his 2nd wife, m. 1855.
Granddaughter of Samuel Lutz (1789-1890) and Elizabeth Fetherolf, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Lutz and Elizabeth Demuth, his wife; Philip Fetherolf and Elizabeth Lesher, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Lesher and Mary J. Yoder, his wife.
John Lutz (1760-1824), enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Ross' company, Col. Edward Hand's first rifle regiment of Continentals.
John Lesher (1711-94), commanded a company at Long Island. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention, of the Assembly and commissioner for purchasing supplies for the army. He was born in Holland; died in Oley, Berks County, Pa.
Also Nos. 1939, 3060, 4262, 5525, 6296, 8617, 11292.

Volume 53
page 109

Mrs. Ada Lutz May.
DAR ID Number: 52235
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Ira L. May.
Descendant of John Lutz and of Capt. John Lesher.
Daughter of Isaac Lutz (b. 1823) and Susan Barton (b. 1838), his 2nd wife, m. 1855.
Granddaughter of Samuel Lutz (1789-1838) and Elizabeth Fetherolf, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Lutz and Elizabeth Demuth, his wife; Philip Fetherolf and Elizabeth Lesher, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Lesher and Mary J. Yoder, his wife.
John Lutz (1760-1824) enlisted 1776 as a private in Captain Ross' company, Col. Edward Hand's rifle regiment of Continentals. He was born in Reading, Pa.; died in Pickaway County, Ohio.
John Lesher (1711-94) commanded a company at Long Island. He was a member of the Constitutional Convention, of the Assembly and commissioner for purchasing supplies for the army. He was born in Holland; died in Oley, Berks County, Pa.
Also Nos. 1939, 3060, 4262, 5525, 6296, 8617, 11292.

Volume 60
page 193

[p.193] Miss Stella Sexton White.
DAR ID Number: 59564
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of Sergt. John White.
Daughter of Robert Cushing White and Mary De Witt, his wife.
Granddaughter of Hiram White and Malissa Foster, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John White and Priscilla Devol, his wife.
John White (1758-1845) was a substitute for his uncle, Amos Grosvenor. Served several enlistments and was at the execution of Andre. He received a pension, 1832, for two years' actual service as private and sergeant, Connecticut Line. He was born in Pomfret, Conn.; died in Chester.
 

Volume 62
page 151

Miss Ada Higby.
DAR ID Number: 61441
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of Joshua Wyatt.
Daughter of John Willey Higby and Sarah Matilda Norton, his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Hull Norton and Rosanna G. Johnson, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Johnson and Sally Wyatt (b. 1786), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joshua Wyatt and Elisabeth Shaw, his wife, m. 1783.
Joshua Wyatt (1756-1822) enlisted, 1775, in Capt. Asa Prince's company, and, 1779, re-enlisted in Col. Larkin Thorndike's regiment. He was born in Danvers, Mass.; died in Athens County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 12570, 29832.

 Volume 62
page 292

Mrs. Theodosia Kane Eshbaugh.
DAR ID Number: 61842
Born in Chicago, Ill.
Wife of Merle F. Eshbaugh.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
[p.292] Daughter of Thomas Kane and Adeline E. Bickle, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Kane and Catharine Platter, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabs, his wife.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as a private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company of Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33291, 34903, 41061, 44061, 45527.

Volume 64
page 82

Mrs. Eva L. Elliott Packard.
DAR ID Number: 63247
Born in Berkshire, Ohio.
Wife of Frank Lucius Packard.
Descendant of Cary McClelland.
Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Elliott and Mary Waldron, his wife.
Granddaughter of David Elliott and Nancy Bell, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Bell and Elizabeth McClelland, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland and Hannah Myers, his wife.
Cary McClelland (1753-1846) enlisted, 1776, in the rifle regiment of Col. Walter Stewart. He was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Trenton, and Princeton. His pension was allowed for twenty-one months' actual service as private, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
 

Volume 65
page 67

Mrs. Grace M. Newlon Campbell.
DAR ID Number: 64193
Born in Oswego, Kans.
Wife of Clarence C. Campbell.
Descendant of John Newland and of John Field.
Daughter of William Smithson Newlon, M. D., and Maria Wimp, his wife.
Granddaughter of Hiram Newlon and Margaret Field, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Newland and Catherine Wierman (b. 1762), his 2nd wife; John Field and Lavina Shortridge, his wife.
John Newland in 1818 was a pensioner from Ross County, Ohio, for service as private, 1776-77, in Capt. Jonathan Langdon's company, Col. James Wood's Virginia regiment. He was engaged in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, Trenton, and Monmouth. He was born, 1738, in Pennsylvania; died in Ohio.
John Field (1752-1839) enlisted, 1778, from Bedford County, Va., in Capt. Joseph Crockett's company, 7th Virginia troops, and was engaged in the battle of Brandywine. He was born in Kentucky; died in Indiana.

Mrs. Annie K. Weaver Walker.
DAR ID Number: 64534
Born in Cuthbert, Ga.
Wife of Robert Lee Walker.
Descendant of Capt. John Marks, Capt. John Bradley, Isham Phillips and Thomas Newell.
Daughter of Nicholas Meriwether Weaver, Jr. (b. 1857), and Emma Slaughter (b. 1864), his wife, m. 1881.
Granddaughter of Nicholas Meriwether Weaver (1831-97) and Anne Elizabeth Davidson (b. 1839), his wife, m. 1854; Thomas Bailey Slaughter and Katie Dorsey, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Isham Weaver and Mary Ardis Bradley, his wife; Drewey May Davidson (1821-89) and Mary Anne E. Moore (b. 1824), his wife, m. 1838; Stephen Green Dorsey and Lucinda McConnell, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Bradley, Jr., M. D. (b. 1773) and Margaret Meriwether, his wife; John Moore (b. 1795) and Nancy Curry (b. 1795), his wife; John Dorsey and Mary Phillips, his wife; James McConnell and Mary Newell, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Bradley and Mary Noil (d. 1820), his wife; William Moore and Mary Marks, his wife; Thomas Newell and Catherine Swan, his wife; Isham Phillips and Mary Dawson, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Marks and Lucy Meriwether Lewis (1752-1857), his wife.
John Marks commanded the 10th Virginia regiment, 1779, and, 1785, was sheriff of Albemarle County, Va., where he was born. He removed to Georgia after his marriage to the widow of William Lewis, who died in 1780. He received a grant of land in Ross County, Ohio, for his service.
Also No. 44825.
John Bradley (1755-1837) in 1780 was captain of Galley from Georgia, where he was born. He died in Oglethorpe.
Also No. 63989.
[p.189] Isham Phillips (1741-1837) enlisted at the beginning of the Revolutionary War and served seven years under Col. Greenberry Lee. He was born near Savannah; died in Henry County, Ga.
Thomas Newell (1746-92) enlisted, 1775, as a private under Col. Elijah Clarke. He was born in Augusta; died in Green County, Ga.

 Volume 67
page 44

Miss Mary Alice Carson.
DAR ID Number: 66104
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of Capt. Abraham George Claypoole.
Daughter of William Carson and Eliza Falconer Claypoole, his wife.
Granddaughter of Abraham George Claypoole and Elizabeth Popplewell Falconer, his wife.
Abraham George Claypoole (1756-1827) was captain-lieutenant of Patton's Additional Continental regiment, 1777; captain, 1778; regiment incorporated into 11th Pennsylvania and transferred to 3rd Pennsylvania, 1781. He died in Philadelphia, Pa.

 Volume 67
page 171

Mrs. Etta Guthrie Pugsley Dowling.
DAR ID Number: 66460
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Nicholas Dowling.
Descendant of Sergt. Edmond Per Lee and Samuel Pugsley.
Daughter of Horatio Nelson Pugsley (1817-93) and Margaret Davis Silvey (1821-1904), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of Peter Van Allen Pugsley (b. 1789) and Samantha Per Lee (1792-1850), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Edward Pugsley (1751-1836) and Mary Lapham (1764-1848), his wife; Walter Per Lee.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Pugsley and Elizabeth Brundage (1726-90), his wife; Edmond Per Lee and Zada Winants, his wife.
Samuel Pugsley (1734-1804) enlisted in the 3rd Regiment, Westchester County, New York militia. He was born and died in New York.
Also No. 24292.
Edmond Per Lee (1751-1822) served as sergeant in Capt. Rufus Herrick's company, 4th New York regiment, under Col. James Holmes, 1775-76. He was born in Dutchess county; died in Smithfield, N. Y.
Also No. 62369.

 Volume 67
page 203

Miss Olive Wells.
DAR ID Number: 66548
Born in Winchester, Ill.
Descendant of Richard Wells and of Thomas Wells.
Daughter of William Alexander Wells (b. 1846) and Margaret Woodall (1849-76), his wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Wells (1816-92) and Julia Ann York (1824-92), his wife, m. 1845.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Wells (1783-1877) and Polly Chance, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Wells (1758-1839) and Sarah Scott, his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Wells and Nancy Brown, his wife.
Richard Wells (1715-1808) enlisted as private, 1776, in Capt. John Nelson's Independent Company of Riflemen, 1st Pennsylvania Battalion, commanded by Col. John Philip DeHaas. He was born near Baltimore, Md.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Thomas Wells (1758-1839) served as private under Capt. Kemp, Lieut.-Col. Marshall, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Maryland; died in Mason County, Ky.

 Volume 68
page 190

Mrs. Gertrude Wells Demerath.
DAR ID Number: 67537
Born in Scott County, Ill.
Wife of Nicholas Demerath.
Descendant of Richard Wells and of Thomas Wells.
Daughter of Charles Stephens Doyle and Mary Ellen Wells, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Wells and Julia Ann York, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Wells and Polly Chance, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Wells and Sarah Scott, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Richard Wells and Nancy Brown, his wife.
Richard Wells (1715-1808) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. John Nelson's Independent Company of Riflemen, 1st Pennsylvania battalion, commanded by Col. John Philip De Haas. He was born in Baltimore, Md.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Thomas Wells (1758-1839) served as a private from Westmoreland County, Pa., under Captain Kemp, Lieut.-Col. Marshall. He was born in Baltimore, Md.; died in Mason County, Ky.

 Volume 68
page 195

Mrs. Amelia Leona Platter Walsh.
DAR ID Number: 67549
Born in Seymour, Ind.
Wife of Boyd R. Walsh.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
Daughter of Hartzell Hiner Platter and Jane John Platter, his wife.
[p.195] Granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Jane McCracken, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Philip Henry Platter (b. 1794) and Emily Redding, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabbe (1771-1872), his wife, m. 1787.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as a private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company, Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 33291.

 Volume 69
page 221

Mrs. Elizabeth Lutz Orr.
DAR ID Number: 68615
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Weden Kelley Orr.
Descendant of John Lutz.
Daughter of Isaac Lutz (b. 1823) and Susan J. Barton (b. 1838), his wife, m. 1855.
See No. 68615.

 Volume 70
page 7

Miss Elizabeth Galland Ivins.
DAR ID Number: 69015
Born in Lee County, Iowa.
Descendant of James Pritchard.
Daughter of William Shinn Ivins (1824-89) and Virginia Wilcox, his wife, m. 1849.
Granddaughter of John Remelee Wilcox (1798-1839) and Mary Williams Kinney (1806-34), his wife, m. 1824.
Gr-granddaughter of Louis Kinney (1765-1838) and Kezia Pritchard (d. 1852), his wife, m. 1803.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Pritchard and Tabitha White, his wife.
James Pritchard served as a private in the Maryland Line. He was born in Frederick County, Md.; removed to the northwest territory, 1799; became judge of the Supreme Court and, 1813, died in Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 74
page 204

Miss Stella Maria West.
DAR ID Number: 73552
Born in Bloomingburg, Ohio.
Descendant of Peter Platter.
Daughter of Cyrus Patterson West (b. 1845) and Lida Smith (b. 1847), his wife, m. 1877.
Granddaughter of Allen Platter West (1821-1906) and Isabel Patterson (1826-1903), his wife, m. 1843.
Gr-granddaughter of John West (1778-1874) and Anna Barbara Platter (1788-1880), his wife, m. 1805.
[p.204] Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Platter and Sarah Crabbe (1771-1832), his wife, m. 1787.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company, Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 67549.

 Volume 75
page 170

[p.170] Mrs. Mame Mcclelland Lusk.
DAR ID Number: 74457
Born in Licking County, Ohio.
Descendant of Cary McClelland.
Daughter of Isaac McClelland (1842-1907) and Susan Belt (b. 1837), his wife, m. 1861.
Granddaughter of J. Madison McClelland (1815-1901) and Amelia Bell (1822-82), his wife, m. 1841.
Gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland, Jr. (1783-1856), and Mary Warthen (1785-1853), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland and Hannah Myers, his wife.
Cary McClelland (1753-1846) enlisted, 1776, in the rifle regiment of Col. Walter Stewart. He was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Trenton, and Princeton. His pension was allowed for twenty-one months' actual service as private, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33537, 63247.

 Volume 78
page 36

[p.36] Mrs. Caroline Bell Garrison.
DAR ID Number: 77098
Born in Morgan, Ohio.
Wife of Dr. G. W. Garrison.
Descendant of Cary McClelland and of Nehemiah Letts.
Daughter of Jacob Bell (1807-74) and Rachel Letts (1811-76), his wife, m. 1829.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Bell (1787-1851) and Elizabeth McClelland (1786-1866), his wife; Nehemiah Letts and Rhoda Ann Reed, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland and Hannah Myers, his wife.
Cary McClelland (1753-1876) enlisted, 1776, in the rifle regiment of Col. Walter Stewart. He was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Trenton, and Princeton. His pension was allowed for service as private, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also Nos. 33537, 63247.
Nehemiah Letts (1763-1822) served as a minute man in the New Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Ohio.
Also Nos. 45748, 65846.

 Volume 79
page 219

Mrs. Ina Poling Ashbaugh.
DAR ID Number: 78605
Born in Allen Centre, Ohio.
Wife of Robert F. Ashbaugh.
Descendant of Sergt. John Wheeler.
Daughter of Cyrus Poling (1836-98) and Samantha Wheeler (b. 1843), his wife, m. 1860.
Granddaughter of Elisha M. Wheeler (1813-62) and Dorothy Hornbeck (1813-85), his wife, m. 1839.
Gr-granddaughter of John Wheeler and Tabitha Warrington, his wife, m. 1791.
John Wheeler (1760-1832) served as corporal, 1777, and later as sergeant in Capt. Richard Dorsey's company, 1st regiment of Maryland artillery, Continental Line. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 81
page 119

Mrs. Aimee Brown Beatty.
DAR ID Number: 80311
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Dr. Alexander L. Beatty.
Descendant of James Collier.
Daughter of George Brown (1836-1909) and Julia Stuart Crawford (b. 1836), his wife, m. 1860.
Granddaughter of William Stuart Crawford (1785-1837) and Mary Collier (1797-1888), his wife, m. 1816.
Gr-granddaughter of James Collier and Martha Rutherford (1765-1849), his wife, m. 1787.
James Collier (1752-1844) was appointed lieutenant, 1776, under Capt. John Reid, and, 1779, was captain of a company of Rangers to guard the frontier against the Indians. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 81
page 270

Mrs. Samantha Wheeler Poling.
DAR ID Number: 80722
Born in Union County, Ohio.
Wife of Cyrus Poling.
Descendant of Sergt. John Wheeler.
Daughter of Elisha M. Wheeler (1813-62) and Dorothy Hornbeck (1813-85), his wife, m. 1839.
Granddaughter of John Wheeler and Tabitha Warrington, his wife, m. 1791.
John Wheeler (1760-1832) served as sergeant in Capt. Richard Dorsey's company, 1st artillery regiment, 1777-80, Continental troops. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 83
page 178

Mrs. Monnie Hunt Shearer.
DAR ID Number: 82463
Born in Delaware County, Ohio.
Wife of Samuel Henry Shearer.
Descendant of Cary McClelland.
Daughter of John Russell Hunt (b. 1841) and Henrietta Hutchins Warden (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Daniel Hunt (1807-92) and Charlotte McClelland (1809-98), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland, Jr. (1783-1856), and Mary Warthan (1785-1853), his wife, m. 1805.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cary McClelland and Henrietta (or Hannah) Meyers (d. 1829), his wife.
Cary McClelland (1753-1846) enlisted, 1776, in the rifle regiment of Col. Walter Stewart and engaged in the battles of Germartown. Brandywine, Trenton, and Princeton. He was allowed a pension as private Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 84
page 52

Mrs. Jeannette Drake Hughes Kremer.
DAR ID Number: 83147
Born in Dayton, Ohio.
Wife of F. M. Kremer.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robins, as follows:
1. Jasper Seaton Hughes (b. 1843), m. 1868, Emily Cuyler (b. 1844).
2. Charles Drake Hughes (1809-83), m. 1832, Mahola Jones (1811-63).
3. John Jones (1784-1834), m. 1807, Rachel Robins (1783-1873).
4. John Robins, m. 1781, Sara Dailey (b. 1762).
John Robins (1760-1842) served as lieutenant, 1781, in Col. Stephen Moylan's Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Volume 84
page 118

Miss Rebecca Baldwin Van Deman.
DAR ID Number: 83318
Born in Delaware, Ohio.
Descendant of John Van Deman, as follows:
1. William L. Van Deman (b. 1846), m. 1884, Romie Julia Baldwin (b. 1858).
2. Rev. Henry Van Deman (1798-1872), m. Sarah Wilson Darlington (1802-89).
3. John Van Deman, m. 1786, Mary Hester.
John Van Deman (1757-1840) served as private in Capt. Andrew Waggoner's company, Colonel Neville's Virginia regiment. He was allowed a pension for his service while living in Ross County, Ohio, where he died. He was born in Staunton, Va.

Volume 86
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Mrs. Frances Senour Birely.
DAR ID Number: 85345
Born in Shelbyville, Ind.
Wife of Charles Birely.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robbins, and of Nathan Powell, as follows:
1. George W. Senour (1825-88), m. 1862, Frances Robbins (1841-1900).
2. Milton Robbins (1810-89), m. 1836, Frances Powell (1816-84).
3. Philip Robbins (1785-1835), m. 1809, Nancy Boyd (1791-1858); Erasmus Powell (1788-1843), m. 2nd, 1815, Polly Allen (1797-1873).
4. John Robbins, m. 1781, Sara Daily; Nathan Powell, m. Sarah Nickels (1780-1850).
John Robbins (1760-1942) served as lieutenant, 1781, in Col. Stephen Moylan's Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 83147.
Nathan Powell (1754-1831) served as private in Col. Patterson Bell's regiment, 8th battalion, Chester County millitia, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Dearborn County, Ind.

Volume 87
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[p.275] Miss Ella Jane Dill.
DAR ID Number: 86858
Born in Hillsboro, Ohio.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robins, as follows:
1. James Dill m. Emily Jane Jones.
2. Col. John Jones (1784-1833) m., 1807, Rachel Robins (1783-1873).
3. John Robins m., 1781, Sarah Daily (b. 1762).
John Robins served as lieutenant in a Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry commanded by Col. Stephen Moylan. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County.

Volume 89
page 101

Miss Mabel Brown.
DAR ID Number: 88311
Born in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Descendant of William Smith, as follows:
1. James W. Brown (b. 1849) m. 1882 Mary E. Dill (b. 1859).
2. Robert Dill (1809-89) m. 1850 Rebecca Sommerville (1830-84).
3. John Sommerville (1787-1879) m. 1815 Elizabeth Smith (1787-1858).
4. William Smith m. 1783 Catherine Robinson.
William Smith (1760-1836) served as private under Captains Wilson, McClean and Black, Colonels Swope and Dunlop, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in York County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Mrs. Lavenia Ware Sloane.
DAR ID Number: 88672
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Albert O. Sloane.
[p.213] Descendant of Andreas (Andrew) Weir, Frederick Ware, Lieut. John Beatty, Frederick Parrett, William Martin and of Matthias Detter, as follows:
1. William Ware (1827-1900) m. 1853 Elizabeth Martin (1829-92).
2. George Ware (1795-1885) m. 1818 Rachel Parrett (1800-54); Mathew Brown Martin (1803-68) m. 1828 Mary Beatty (1806-94).
See No. 88017.
3. Frederick Ware m. 1785 Elizabeth Detter (1765-1857); John Beatty m. 2nd 1803 Elizabeth Gray (1776-1852); Frederick Parrett m. Elizabeth Keller (1762-1821).
4. Matthias Detter m. 1748 Mary Magdaline Strober (d. 1805); Andreas (Andrew) Weir m. 1757 Mary Weyer.
Andreas Weir (1728-1804) served as a private in the same company with his son Frederick. He was born in Germany; died in Bellstown, Pa.
Frederick Ware (1762-1848) enlisted, 1779, from York County, Pa.; where he was born. He died at Yellow Springs, Iowa.
John Beatty (1749-1824) was sergeant and lieutenant, 1779-80, in Capt. Gilbert McCoy's company, Col. Joseph Reed's regiment, Cumberland County militia. He was born in Ireland; died in Fairfield County, Ohio.
Frederick Parrett (1764-1842) served at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Shenandoah County, Va.; died in Sharon, Ohio.
Matthias Detter (1726-1802) served as private in Capt. Reinhart Bett's company. He was born in Germany; died in Bettstown, Pa.

 Volume 89
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Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Roby Waldo.
DAR ID Number: 88986
Born in Bainbridge, Ohio.
Wife of Lewis Clark Waldo.
Descendant of William Smith, as follows:
1. George Washington Roby, M. D. (1823-1900) m. 1847 Catherine Boyd (1830-63).
2. Dr. John Boyd (1767-1852) m. 2nd 1828 Mary Smith (1791-1856).
3. William Smith m. Catherine Robinson (1759-1840).
William Smith (1760-1836) served as private under Captains Wilson, McClean and Black, Colonels Swope and Dunlop, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in York County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 88311.

 Volume 90
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Miss Anna Dill.
DAR ID Number: 89114
Born in Hillsboro, Ohio.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robins, as follows:
1. John Dill (1812-93) m. 1838 Rachel Jones (1819-86).
2. John Jones (1784-1834) m. 1807 Rachel Robins (1782-1873).
3. John Robins m. 1st 1781 Sarah Daily.
John Robins (1760-1840) was commissioned lieutenant, 1781, serving in Col. Stephen Moylan's Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 92
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Mrs. Linnette Branham Peak.
DAR ID Number: 91768
Born in Scott County, Ky.
Wife of W. M. Peak.
Descendant of Corp. John Branham, Capt. Andrew Hamilton, Ensign Andrew Hamilton, Jr., Capt. William Kinkead, Benjamin Quinn, Richard Wells, Thomas Wells, Capt. Samuel Stout, John Stout, John Van Dyke and William Hicks, as follows:
1. George Nuckols Branham (b. 1858) m. 1882 Eva Southworth Stout (1859-1900).
2. William Henry Branham (1829-1901) m. 1856 Annie M. Myles (1836-94); John Stout (1821-83) m. 1844 Susan Lindsay Bohannon (1824-1904).
3. John Branham, Jr. (1797-1868), m. 1821 Susan Quinn (1803-88); Amos Stout (1794-1830) m. 1817 Olivia Hicks (1799-1871); Stephen Hanna Myles (1806-63) m. 1834 Salinda Wells (1815-54); German Bohannon (1783-1859) m. 1808 Sallie Hamilton (b. 1783).
4. Andrew Hamilton, Jr., m. Isabella Kinkead (1762-1833); John Branham m. Letitia (d. 1838); Benjamin Quinn m. 1771 Franky Vernon (1756-1848); Thomas B. Wells (1789-1847) m. Nancy McIlvaine (1792-1871); Jonathan Stout (1764-1819) m. 1782 Rachel Stout (1763-1830) (cousins); William Hicks m. 1778 Mary Elizabeth Harris (d. 1833).
5. Andrew Hamilton m. Martha; William Kinkead m. 1756 Eleanor Guy (1740-1825); Thomas Wells m. 1780 Sarah Scott (d. 1791); Samuel Stout m. 1753 Anna Van Dyke (1732-1810); John Stout m. Mabel Sexton (b. 1730) (parents of Rachel).
6. Richard Wells m. Nancy Brown; John Van Dyke m. 1729 Margaret Barcolo (d. 1749).
[p.246] John Branham was corporal in Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Virginia; died, 1824, in Kentucky.
Andrew Hamilton commanded a regiment from Greenbrier County Va., where he died. In 1790 his will was probated.
Andrew Hamilton, Jr., in 1778, was ensign under Capt. William Kinkead, his father-in-law. He was born in Virginia; died, 1820, in Woodford County, Ky.
William Kinkead (1736-1823), in 1777, commanded a company of Virginia militia which marched from Staunton to protect the frontiers from the Indians. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.
Benjamin Quinn (1747-1823) served as private in Captain Lewis' company, Colonel Barber's regiment, Virginia Line. He was born in Virginia; died in Kentucky.
Richard Wells (1715-1808) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. John Nelson's Independent Company of riflemen, 1st Pennsylvania battalion, commanded by Col. John Philip De Haas. He was born in Baltimore, Md.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 67537.
Thomas Wells (1758-1839) served as a private from Westmoreland County, Pa., under Captain Kemp, Lieut.-Col. Marshall. He was born in Baltimore, Md.; died in Mason County, Ky.
Also No. 67537.
Samuel Stout (1730-1803) commanded the 3rd regiment, Hunterdon County, New Jersey troops. He was born and died in New Jersey.
John Stout was a private in Captain Tucker's company, 1st regiment, Hunterdon County, N. J., 1777. He was born in New Jersey; died, 1798, in Middlesex County, N. J.
John Van Dyke (1709-77) served as a private in Capt. Peter Vroom's company, 2nd battalion, Somerset County, New Jersey militia. He was born in New Utrech, N. Y.; died in Monmouth, N. J.
William Hicks was a private in the Virginia Continental Line. He was married in Virginia; died, 1812, in Woodford County, Ky.
Also No. 90909.

 Volume 94
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Mrs. Olga Browne Stilwell.
DAR ID Number: 93564
Born in Anderson, Ind.
Wife of Horace C. Stilwell.
Descendant of James Stinson, as follows:
1. Garrett W. Browne (1836-85) m. 1871 Catherine Louise (Groves) Chittenden (b. 1844).
2. Daniel Groves (1812-75) m. 1838 Amanda Lightfoot (1815-95).
3. William Groves (1782-1839) m. Mary Elizabeth Stinson (1788-1847).
4. James Stinson m. Mary Parker.
James Stinson (1761-1851) served as minute man in the New Jersey militia. In 1831, was placed on the pension roll of Ross County, Ohio. He was born in Essex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 95
page 31

Miss Cora Belle Crawford.
DAR ID Number: 94095
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of Capt. James Collier and of Capt. John Rutherford, as follows:
1. James Collier Crawford (1829-93) m. 1867 Mary Scroggs (b. 1845).
2. William Stuart Crawford (1790-1837) m. 1816 Mary Collier (1797-1888).
[p.31] 3. James Collier m. 1787 Martha Rutherford (1765-1849).
4. John Rutherford m. 1762 Margaret Parke (1737-1810).
James Collier (1752-1844) was appointed lieutenant, 1776, under Capt. John Reid, and, 1779, was captain of a company of Rangers to guard the frontier against the Indians. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 80311.
John Rutherford (1737-1804) was captain of the 3rd company, Col. Robert Elder's Lancaster County regiment, 1777. He was born in Lancaster County; died in Dauphin County, Pa.
Also No. 71859.

 Volume 95
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Mrs. Alliene Bailey Johnstone.
DAR ID Number: 94220
Born in Johnson County, Iowa.
Wife of Karl L. Johnstone.
Descendant of James Stimson, as follows:
1. J. H. Bailey (1859-89) m. 1887 Ida Holson (b. 1859).
2. U. A. Holson (1832-1912) m. 1856 Patience Adams (1838-93).
3. Harvey Adams (1801-88) m. 1832 Malinda Stinson (1804-92).
4. James Stimson m. Mary Parker.
James Stimson (1761-1851) received a pension in Ross County, Ohio, 1831, for service in New Jersey militia. He was born in Essex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 96
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[p.246] Mrs. Lulah Mckinley Gray.
DAR ID Number: 95760
Born in Putnam County, Mo.
Wife of Chant L. Gray.
Descendant of Samuel Wyckoff, as follows:
1. James E. McKinley (1854-95) m. 1875 Amelia Wyckoff (b. 1857).
2. John Wyckoff (1813-97) m. 1836 Maria Merrill (1820-1905).
3. Nicholas Wyckoff (1789-1867) m. 1806 Margaret Tweed (1791-1823).
4. Samuel Wyckoff m. 1780 Maria Berger (1757-1839).
Samuel Wyckoff (1760-1842) applied for a pension, 1832, from Licking County, Ohio, for service as private, Maryland troops. His claim was allowed. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 97
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Mrs. Anna Wyckoff Holman.
DAR ID Number: 96814
Born in Unionville, Mo.
Wife of A. W. Holman.
Descendant of Samuel Wyckoff, as follows:
1. Norman Samuel Wyckoff (b. 1840) m. 1865 Angelia S. Albee (b. 1846).
2. John Wyckoff (1813-97) m. 1836 Maria Merrill (1820-1905).
3. Nicholas Wyckoff (1789-1869) m. 1806 Margaret Tweed (1791-1823).
4. Samuel Wyckoff m. 1780 Maria Berger (1757-1839).
[p.255] Samuel Wyckoff (1760-1842) applied for a pension, 1832, from Licking County, Ohio, for service as private, Maryland troops. His claim was allowed. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 95760.

 Volume 99
page 259

Mrs. Pocahontas Stinson Howlett.
DAR ID Number: 98823
Born in Richmond, Ohio.
Wife of P. H. Howlett.
Descendant of James Stinson, as follows:
1. Jacob M. Stinson (b. 1828) m. 1850 Rosetta M. Meeker (1834-86).
2. John Stinson (1790-1875) m. Margaret Tomlinson (1800-87).
3. James Stinson m. Mary Parker.
James Stinson (1761-1851) served as minute man in the New Jersey militia. In 1831 was placed on the pension roll of Ross County, Ohio. He was born in Essex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 93564.

 Volume 100
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[p.304] Mrs. Ollie Crawford Gillespie.
DAR ID Number: 99976
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of George Moore Gillespie.
Descendant of Capt. James Collier and of Capt. John Rutherford, as follows:
1. Noble Mortimer Crawford (1819-96) m. 1842 Maria Mona Crawford (1825-73).
2. William Stuart Crawford (1790-1837) m. 1816 Mary Collier (1797-1888).
3. James Collier m. 1787 Martha Rutherford (1765-1849).
4. John Rutherford m. 1762 Margaret Parke (1737-1810).
James Collier (1752-1844) was appointed lieutenant, 1776, under Capt. John Reid, and, 1779, was captain of a company of rangers to guard the frontiers against the Indians. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Greenfield, Ohio.
John Rutherford (1737-1804) commanded a company in the 4th battalion, Lancaster County Associators, 1776. He was born in Lancaster County; died in Harrisburg, Pa.
Also No. 94095.

 Volume 103
page 198

Mrs. Florence Margaret Lutz Ashbrook.
DAR ID Number: 102647
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of John Jacob Lutz, as follows:
1. Fred Lincoln Lutz (b. 1865) m. 1892 Mandane Dick (b. 1866).
2. Isaac Lutz (b. 1823) m. 1855 Susan Barton (b. 1838).
3. Samuel Lutz (1789-1890) m. 1811 Elizabeth Fetherolf (1793-1868).
4. John Jacob Lutz m. 1788 Elizabeth DeMuth (1756-1842).
John Jacob Lutz (1760-1824) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Captain Ross' company, Col. Edward Hand's first rifle regiment, Pennsylvania Continental troops. He was born in Reading, Pa.; died in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Also No. 95799.

 Volume 104
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Mrs. L****Lu Meade Murray Reed.
DAR ID Number: 103197
Born in Delaware County, Ind.
Wife of John E. Reed.
Descendant of Neal Murray, as follows:
[p.65] 1. William Henry Murray (b. 1840) m. 1864 Margaret Jane Orr (1844-1912).
2. Cornelius Murray (1811-94) m. 1835 Lucinda Burroughs (1818-72).
3. William Murray (1785-1856) m. 1806 Mary Dennis (1784-1839).
4. Neal Murray m. Elizabeth Murray (1742-1825).
Neal Murray served as private under Captains Miller, Porter and Clark, Colonels Mackey, Wilson, Brodhead and Lamb, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died, 1832, in Ross County, Ohio.

 Volume 104
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Mrs. Adah James Hearon.
DAR ID Number: 103507
Born in Greenfield, Ohio.
Wife of Robert Lee Hearon.
Descendant of Gideon Coover and of Joshua McKenzie, as follows:
1. Reuben James (b. 1838) m. 1865 Elizabeth Coover (1838-99).
2. John Coover (1804-82) m. 1824 Adah McKenzie (1808-76).
3. Gideon Coover, Jr. (1775-1823), m. Jane Downs (1778-1826); Joshua McKenzie m. 1785 Mary Jones (b. 1768).
4. Gideon Coover m. Frances Stahle.
Gideon Coover (1730-1810) served as private in Capt. James McCurdy's company, 3rd battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germantown; died in Cedar Springs, Pa.
Also No. 101537.
[p.154] Joshua McKenzie (1764-1835) enlisted as a drummer, 1778, and served three years in Lieut.-Col. Ludwig Weltner's German battalion. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 42021.

 Volume 104
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Mrs. Jessie Mckinley Evans.
DAR ID Number: 103865
Born in Putnam County, Mo.
Wife of John A. Evans.
[p.266] Descendant of Samuel Wyckoff, as follows:
1. James E. McKinley (1854-95) m. 1875 Amelia Wyckoff (b. 1857).
2. John Wyckoff (1813-97) m. 1836 Maria Merrill (1820-1905).
3. Nicholas Wyckoff (1789-1869) m. 1806 Margaret Tweed (1791-1823).
4. Samuel Wyckoff m. 1780 Maria Berger (1757-1839).
Samuel Wyckoff (1760-1842) applied for a pension, 1832, from Licking County, Ohio, for service as private, Maryland troops. His claim was allowed. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 96814.

 Volume 106
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Mrs. Lula Isabel Thompson Blue.
DAR ID Number: 105927
Born in Senatobia, Miss.
Wife of Perry H. Blue.
Descendant of Peter Sperry, as follows:
1. Peter Sperry Thompson (1825-93) m. 1855 Isabella Lydia Rankin (1832-1911).
2. Elisha Thompson (1788-1848) m. 1812 Elizabeth Sperry (1791-1886).
3. Peter Sperry m. 1781 Mary Hammock (1760-1836).
Peter Sperry (1760-1838) enlisted, 1778, in Captain Cravens' company, Virginia troops. He served other enlistments under different commands. In 1832, he applied for a pension from Ross County, Ohio, and his claim was allowed. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Frankfort, Ohio.

 Volume 107
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[p.191] Mrs. Carrie Irwin Fullerton.
DAR ID Number: 106623
Born in Greenfield, Ohio.
Wife of H. M. Fullerton.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. William Harvey Robbins Irwin (1832-94) m. 1863 Mary Embly Dwyer (1837-1911).
2. Mark Dwyer (1793-1867) m. 1820 Mary Applegate (1799-1876).
3. John Applegate m. Sarah Taylor (1772-1840).
4. William Taylor m. Lucy Embly.
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as a private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2nd regiment, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in Monmouth County, N. J.: died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 96892.

 Volume 108
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Mrs. Margaret Billingsley Root.
DAR ID Number: 107263
Born in Pattelburg, Iowa.
Wife of William Root.
Descendant of James Stinson, as follows:
1. C. Billingsley (1835-1909) m. 1867 Margaret J. Stinson (b. 1840).
2. David D. Stinson (1792-1876) m. 1831 Rebecca Ralston (1800-51).
3. James Stinson m. 1787 Mary Parker (1767-1854).
James Stinson (1763-1851) served as a minute man in the New Jersey militia. In 1831 he was placed on the pension roll of Ross County, Ohio. He was born in Essex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 98823.

 Volume 109
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[p.45] Mrs. Marjorie Lamar Pile.
DAR ID Number: 108148
Born in Shelby County, Ind.
Wife of A. R. Pile.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robbins, as follows:
1. John J. Lamar (1830-1907) m. 1857 Sarah Ellen Law (b. 1838).
2. William Law (1811-90) m. 1831 Marjorie Robins (1813-45).
3. Philip Robins (1785-1835) m. 1809 Nancy Boyd (1791-1858).
4. John Robbins m. 1st 1781 Sarah Daily.
John Robbins (1760-1842) served as lieutenant, 1781, in Col. Stephen Moylan's Pennsylvania regiment of Calvary. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 85345.

 Volume 110
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[p.112] Mrs. Estelle Irwin Davies.
DAR ID Number: 109367
Born in Greenfield, Ohio.
Wife of Alfred M. Davies.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. William Harvey Irwin (1832-94) m. 1863 Mary Embly Dwyer (1837-1911).
2. Mark Dwyer (1793-1867) m. 1820 Mary Applegate (1799-1876).
3. John Applegate (1764-1804) m. 1790 Sarah Taylor (1772-1840).
4. William Taylor m. Lucy Embly.
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2nd regiment, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in Monmouth County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 106623.

Miss Sarah Etta Gatch.
DAR ID Number: 109965
Born in Redkey, Ind.
Descendant of Lieut. John Robbins, as follows:
1. Samuel Gatch (b. 1848) m. 1894 Lillian A. Wiggs (b. 1859).
2. George Gatch (1796-1867) m. 1830 Sarah Jones (d. 1876).
3. John Jones m. Rachel Robbins.
4. John Robbins m. 1st 1781 Sarah Dailey.
John Robbins (1760-1840) served as lieutenant, 1781, in Col. Stephen Moylan's Pennsylvania regiment of cavalry. He was born in Sussex County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 100635.
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 Volume 112
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Mrs. Clara Glenn Buck Mast.
DAR ID Number: 111276
Born in Delaware, Ohio.
Wife of Clarence Simpson Mast.
[p.90] Descendant of Isaac Drake, John Van Deman, Israel Buck, and Benjamin Collins, as follows:
1. Henrie Edmund Buck (b. 1849) m. 1876 Jane Glenn (b. 1853).
2. Israel Buck (1817-55) m. 1848 Sarah Wilson Van Deman (1827-1904); Isaac D. Glenn (1830-94) m. 2nd 1852 Martha Ann McClellan (1829-84).
3. Edmund Buck (1791-1866) m. 1815 Anna Hubbell (1795-1874); Henry Van Deman (1798-1872) m. 1824 Sarah Wilson Darlington (1802-83); Edmund Randolf Glenn (1805-71) m. 1829 Jane Hageman (1805-87).
4. Israel Buck m. 1783 Phoebe Benedict (1762-1823); Ephraim Hubbell m. 1794 Elizabeth Collins; John Van Deman m. 1786 Mary Hester (b. 1765); Isaac Glenn (b. 1781) m. 1803 Elizabeth Drake (b. 1787).
5. Isaac Drake m. 1783 Elizabeth Shotwell; Benjamin Collins m. Elizabeth Foster.
Isaac Drake served as private in Essex County, New Jersey militia.
[Also No. 81415]John Van Deman (1757-1840) served as private in Capt. Andrew Waggoner's company, Colonel Neville's Virginia regiment. He was allowed a pension for his service while living in Ross County, Ohio, where he died. He was born near Staunton, Va.
Also No. 83318.
Israel Buck (1726-1807) served in Dutchess County, New York cavalry under Cols. Morris Graham and Roswell Hopkins. He was born in Lanesville, Conn.; died in New York.
Benjamin Collins (1751-1840) was allowed a pension for service as private, 1779-83, in Capt. Peter Van Vort's company, Col. Van Rensselaer's regiment, New York militia. He was born in Rhode Island; died in Lincoln Township, Ohio.
Also No. 71685.

 Volume 114
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Mrs. Grace Sutton Pennypacker.
DAR ID Number: 113531
Born in Geneva, Ind.
Wife of Henry Thomas Pennypacker.
Descendant of Neal Murray, as follows:
1. Winfield Scott Sutton (b. 1852) m. 1872 Louisa Murray (b. 1850).
2. William Murray, Jr. (1818-72), m. 1842 Mary Taylor (1824-56).
3. William Murray m. 1806 Mary Dennis (1784-1839).
4. Neal Murray m. Elizabeth Murray (d. 1825).
Neal Murray served as private under Captains Miller, Porter and Clark, Colonels Mackey, Wilson, Brodhead and Lamb, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Ireland; died, 1832, in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 103197.

 Volume 114
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Mrs. Emily Platter Cooper Mollenkopf.
DAR ID Number: 113973
Born in Xenia, Ohio.
Wife of Milton Mollenkopf.
[p.319] Descendant of Peter Platter and of James Chestnut, as follows:
1. John Harvey Cooper (1831-92) m. 1859 Julia Platter (1840-1908).
2. Christian Platter (1809-47) m. 1st 1836 Margaret A. Morris (1817-41); Ebenezer Cooper m. 1829 Jane McMillen (1808-88).
3. Peter Platter m. 1787 Sarah Crabs; Daniel McMillen (1776-1863) m. 1806 Jeanette B. Chestnut (1790-1866).
4. James Chestnut m. Esther Stormont.
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company of Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 45527.
James Chestnut (1752-1822) served as private with the South Carolina troops. He was born in Abbeville County; died in Rocky Creek, S. C.
Also No. 98559.

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[p.133] Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Gragg Ebenbach.
DAR ID Number: 114432
Born in Bourneville, Ohio.
Wife of Clarence N. Ebenbach.
Descendant of Paul Streve, as follows:
1. James C. Gragg (b. 1859) m. 1888 Margaret Shoults (b. 1866).
2. Alexander Shoults (1832-1908) m. 1862 Sarah Elizabeth Shotts (b. 1845).
3. David Shotts (1821-1911) m. 1844 Catherine Long (1826-97).
4. Jacob Shotts (1797-1883) m. 1817 Sarah Toops (1800-59).
5. Daniel Toops (1775-1858) m. 1799 Mary Streve (1782-1846).
6. Paul Streve m. 1780 Mary (1760-1823).
Paul Streve (1755-1829) enlisted under Captains Gradon and Lenox, Colonel John Shee, Pennsylvania Line. In 1818 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Mabel Blackstone Templeton.
DAR ID Number: 115217
Born in Red Oak, Iowa.
Wife of Tom J. Templeton.
Descendant of Peter Platter, as follows:
1. Gideon Blackstone (b. 1845) m. 1870 Emily Platter (1848-1902).
2. Peter Platter, Jr. (1804-91), m. 1835 Mary Ann Clark (1813-54).
3. Peter Platter m. 1787 Sarah Crabbs (1771-1832).
Peter Platter (1758-1832) served as private in Capt. Robert Ramsey's company, Washington County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 73552.

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Mrs. Sarah Margaret Jones.
DAR ID Number: 119339
Wife of B. R. Jones.
Descendant of James Stinson, as follows:
1. David Clark Cattlich (b. 1825) m. 1853 Mary Jane Stinson (b. 1829).
2. John Stinson, Jr. (1790-1876), m. 1815 Margaret Tomlinson (1800-87).
3. James Stinson m. 1787 Mary Parker.
James Stinson (1761-1851) served as minute man in the New Jersey militia. In 1831 was placed on the pension roll of Ross County, Ohio. He was born in Essex County, N. J.; died in Ross County.
Also No. 98823.

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Mrs. Nancy Campbell Chapman.
DAR ID Number: 119495
Born in Hancock County, Ill.
Wife of S. S. Chapman.
Descendant of Sergt. Peter Jackson, as follows:
1. Peter Jackson (1826-1912) m. 1847 Angeline Hanson (1828-1904).
2. William Jackson (b. 1799) m. 1820 Mary Murphy Reeves (1801-76).
3. Peter Jackson m. ?(d. 1844).
Peter Jackson (1757-1842) was private and sergeant in Capt. David Marpole's company, Colonel Hart's Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Philadelphia County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Sylvia Liggett Gunn.
DAR ID Number: 120687
Born in New California, Ohio.
Wife of Sidney Kent Gunn.
Descendant of William Liggett, as follows:
1. Edward Gowdy Liggett (1859-1908) m. 1883 Fannie Slack (b. 1858).
2. John Liggett (1813-88) m. 1841 Mary Lamme (1819-96).
3. John Liggett (1782-1862) m. 1806 Mary McCormick (d. 1852).
4. William Liggett m. Mary.
[p.214] William Liggett served as private in Capt. Peter Bryan Bruin's company, Col. Daniel Morgan's Virginia regiment. He was born, 1750, in Londonderry, Ireland; died in Ross County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Ida M. Lower Dunlap.
DAR ID Number: 120889
Born in Pontiac, Ill.
Wife of Alexander E. Dunlap.
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Records, as follows:
1. William Franklin Lower (b. 1840) m. 1866 Sarah Ellen Records (1844-86).
2. Washington S. Records (1818-99) m. 1839 Catherine Harriet Darling (1818-57).
3. John Nelson Records (1793-1872) m. 1817 Rachel Bailey (1799-1850).
4. Spencer Records (1762-1850) m. 1790 Elizabeth Elrod (1775-1854).
5. Josiah Records m. 1761 Susanna Tulley (b. 1743).
Josiah Records (1741-1809) was commissioned captain of a company of soldiers to repel the attacks of Indians. He was born in Sussex County, Del.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 112962.

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Mrs. Ella Shotts Harman.
DAR ID Number: 122833
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of R. D. Harman.
Descendant of Paul Streve, as follows:
1. David Shotts (1821-1911) m. 1844 Catherine Long (1826-97).
2. Jacob Shotts (1797-1883) m. 1817 Sarah Toops (1800-59).
3. Daniel Toops (1775-1858) m. 1799 Mary Streve (1782-1846).
4. Paul Streve m. 1780 Mary � (1760-1823).
Paul Streve (1755-1829) enlisted under Captains Gradon and Lenox, Col. John Shee, Pennsylvania Line. In 1818 he applied for a pension and his claim was allowed. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 114432.

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Miss Myrtie Esther Mcclure.
DAR ID Number: 123176
Born in Greenfield, Ohio.
Descendant of William Taylor and of Ensign Lewis Peirce, as follows:
1. Martin Morrison McClure (b. 1832) m. 1854 Nancy Duncan (1831-1915).
2. John Morrison McClure (1805-59) m. 1830 Elizabeth Taylor (1812-64).
3. John Taylor (1782-1863) m. 1806 Mary Peirce (1790-1852).
4. William Taylor m. 1768 Lucy Imlay (1752-1817); Lewis Peirce m. 1773 Mary Howell (d. 1825).
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as a private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2d regiment, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in Monmouth County, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 96892

Lewis Peirce (1748-1825) enrolled as ensign in the 4th company, 4th battalion, of Westmoreland County militia, 1778. He was born in Bergen County, N. J.; died in Muskingum County, Ohio.


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Mrs. Eva Mckee Huling.
DAR ID Number: 124147
Born in Bainbridge, Ohio.
Wife of Charles H. Huling.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. Robert McKee (1844-1916) m. 1871 Elizabeth Irwin (1850-1911).
2. William Irwin (1803-81) m. 2d 1844 Delilah Pepple (1811-86).
3. Jared Irwin (1773-1834) m. 1798 Eleanor Taylor (1775-1852).
4. William Taylor m. 1768 Lucy Imlay (Embrey).
[p.45] William Taylor (1744-1850) served as private in Capt. Bateman Loyd's company, 2d regiment, New Jersey Continental Line. He was born in Freehold, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

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Miss Frances White Armstrong.
DAR ID Number: 125940
Born in Waverly, Ohio.
Descendant of James Stinson, as follows:
1. David Armstrong (1836-99) m. 1860 Eliza Martin (b. 1839).
2. John M. Martin (1808-84) m. 1838 Maria Stinson (1817-81).
3. John Stinson (1791-1876) m. 1816 Margaret Tomlinson (1800-87).
4. James Stinson m. 1787 Mary Parker.
James Stinson (1761-1851) served as private and minute man in the New Jersey militia. In 1831 he was placed on the pension roll of Ross County Ohio, where he died. He was born in Essex County, N. J.
Also No. 119339.

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Mrs. Elmira Sutton Blakeburn.
DAR ID Number: 126036
Born in Blountsville, Ind.
Wife of John William Blakeborn.
Descendant of Neal Murray, as follows:
1. Winfield Scott Sutton (b. 1852) m. 1872 Louisa Murray (b. 1850).
2. William Murray, Jr. (1818-72), m. Mary Taylor (1824-56).
3. William Murray (1785-1856) m. 1806 Mary Dennis (1784-1839).
4. Neal Murray m. Elizabeth Murray (d. 1825).
Neal Murray served as private under Captains Miller, Porter and Clark, Colonels Mackey, Wilson, Brodhead and Lamb, Pennsylvania Line. He was probably born in Ireland; died, 1832, in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 113531.

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Mrs. Daisy James Wade.
DAR ID Number: 126547
Born in Christian, Ill.
Wife of E. H. Wade.
Descendant of Gideon Coover, and of Joshua McKenzie, as follows:
1. Reuben James (b. 1838) m. 1865 Elizabeth Coover (1838-99).
2. John Coover (1804-82) m. 1824 Adah McKenzie (1808-76).
3. Gideon Coover, Jr. (1775-1823), m. Jane Downs (1778-1826); Joshua McKenzie m. 1785 Mary Jones (b. 1768).
4. Gideon Coover m. Francis Stahle.
Gideon Coover (1730-1810) served as private in Capt. James McCurdy's company, 3d battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Germantown; died in Cedar Springs, Pa.
[Also No. 118844] Joshua McKenzie (1764-1835) enlisted as a drummer, 1778, and served three years in Lieut. Col. Ludwig Weltner's German battalion. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 103507.

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Mrs. Florence T. Williams Mcfarlan.
DAR ID Number: 126557
Born in Edgar County, Ill.
Wife of Charles W. McFarlan.
Descendant of Capt. Josiah Records, as follows:
1. George Armstrong Williams (1833-64) m. 1856 Sarah Jane Records (1837-1909).
2. Labon Sollers Records (1807-75) m. 1832 Martha Ann Stites (1809-82).
3. Labon Records (1765-1822) m. 1789 Ann Sollers (d. 1822).
4. Josiah Records m. 1761 Susanna Tully (d. 1824).
Josiah Records (1741-1809) was commissioned captain of a company of soldiers to repel the attacks of Indians. He was born in Sussex County, Dela.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 104772.

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[p.246] Mrs. Caroline Cunningham Crane.
DAR ID Number: 126781
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of William Pierce Crane.
Descendant of John Cunningham, as follows:
1. Scott Cunningham (b. 1855) m. 1877 Frances Jane McCoy (1857-93).
2. David Cunningham (1809-77) m. 1842 Rebecca Brown Hicks (1822-94).
3. Nicholas Cunningham (1775-1847) m. 1795 Anne Morris (1773-1843).
4. John Cunningham m. 1773 Elizabeth (d. 1820).
John Cunningham (1749-1808) served as private 1777-78, in Capt. John Horton's company, Col. Robert Lawson's 4th Virginia regiment. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Frederick County, Va.
Also No. 53117.

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[p.2] Mrs. Clara Stuckey Hitchcock.
DAR ID Number: 127003
Born in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Wife of Geo ge H. Hitchcock.
Descendant of William Jamison and of Moses Rawlings, as follows:
1. John Dallas Stuckey (1841-1910) m. 1869 Emily Millikan (b. 1844).
2. John Stucky (1801-89) m. 1836 Margaret Jamison (1809-63); Curran Millikan (1813-70) m. 1840 Elizabeth Rawlings (1816-88).
3. Jacob Jamison (1786-1865) m. 1807 Isabell Hopkins (1786-1812); Samuel Rawlings (1773-1837) m. 1805 Elizabeth Vance (1781-1847).
4. William Jamison m. 1771 Susanna Lockhart (1750-1824); Moses Rawlings m. 1760 Mary Cornwell (1743-1822).
William Jamison (1746-1804) served as private, 1775, in Capt. John London's company, Col. William Thompson's battalion of riflemen, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa., died in Ross County, Ohio.
Moses Rawlings (1740-87) served as private in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in England; died in Kentucky.

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Miss Edith Mason.147333
Born in Delavon, Ill.
Descendant of Noble Mason, Jonathan Peck, Capt. Stephen Bullock, James Thurber, and James Stinson, as follows:
1. James A. Mason (1836-1917) m. 1870 Lovenia F. McCollister (b. 1849).
2. Aaron T. Mason (1778-1848) m. 2d 1820 Patsey Peck (1794-1885); Jacob McCollister (1819-96) m. 1842 Catherine Alexander (1822-79).
3. Noble Mason m. 1769 Lydia Thurber (1750-1802; Gideon Peck (1776-1843) m. 1791 Lydia Bullock (1765-1846); Charles McCollister (1799-1876) m. 1818 Mary Stinson (1802-90).
4. Jonathan Peck m. 1st 1759 Ruth Wheeler (b. 1739); Stephen Bullock m. 1760 Mary Horton (1738-1830); James Thurber m. Lydia Harding (b. 1697); James Stinson m. 1787 Mary Parker (1767-1854).
Noble Mason (1747-1827) served as private in the Massachusetts troops under Capt. Peleg Peck and Col. Thomas Carpenter. He was born in Swansea, Mass.; died in Massachusetts.
Jonathan Peck (1734-1817) served as private in the 1st Bristol County regiment, Massachusetts troops under Capt. Stephen Bullock and Col. Thomas Carpenter. He was born in Swansea; died in Rehoboth, Mass.
[p.105] Stephen Bullock (1735-1816) was captain in Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment of Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
Also No. 144971.
James Thurber (1726-1805) served as private at the Lexington Alarm; also served under Captain Martin and Colonel Carpenter in the Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
James Stinson received a pension for service as private in the New Jersey troops under Colonels Frelinghuysen and Seely. He was born, 1762, in East Town, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

Miss Clara Ethel Coyner.147618
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of Michael Coiner, Andrew Ware, Frederick Ware, Matthias Detter, Capt. David Gwin, William Crawford, and Capt. William Henderson, as follows:
[p.196] 1. David Gwin Coyner (1855-1919) m. 1st 1880 Sarah Jane Stinson (b. 1855).
2. David Silas Coyner (1825-99) m. 1st 1849 Matilda Heizer (1827-75).
3. Robert Coyner (1794-1874) m. 1818 Margaret Gwin (1800-47); Sanruel Heizer (1787-1832) m. 1805 Mary Ware (1781-1852).
4. Martin Coyner (1770-1842) m. 1792 Elizabeth Rhea (1765-1841); Frederick (Weir) Ware m. 1785 Elizabeth Detter (1765-1857); David Gwin m. 2d 1790 Violet Crawford.
5. Michael (Coyner) Coiner m. 1749 Margaret Diller (1734-1813); Andrew Ware m. 1757 Mary Weyer; Matthias Detter m. Mary Magdalene Streber (d. 1805); William Crawford m. 1761 Margaret Henderson (1744-88).
6. William Henderson m. Susannah � (1727-85).
Michael Coiner (1720-90) served as private in the Northampton County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Wurtemburg, Germany; died in Augusta County, Va.
Andrew Ware served as private in the York County, Pennsylvania militia under Captain Botts. He was born in Germany; died, 1804, in Bottstown, Pa.
Frederick Ware (1762-1848) served as artificer from Little York, Pa., where he was born. He died in Iowa.
Also No. 142749.
Matthias Detter (1726-1802) served as private in the York County, Pennsylvania militia under Captain Botts. He was born in Germany; died in Bottstown, York County, Pa.
David Gwin (1745-1825) commanded a company of Virginia troops at the battle of Guilford Court House. He died in Bath County, Va.
Also No. 138091.
William Crawford (1740-1814) served as private in the 2d battalion of Augusta County, Virginia militia, under Capt. David Gwin. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Madison County, Ky.
William Henderson commanded a company in the Augusta County, Virginia militia. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Kentucky.

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Miss Sara Rebecca Randall.147622
Born in Dayton, Ohio.
Descendant of Robert Greenlee, as follows:
1. George Eddy Randall (b. 1859) m. Jennie Bail (b. 1860).
2. James Tuthill Bail (b. 1824) m. 1854 Minerva Rebecca Bail (1833-1910).
3. Emmor Bail m. 1802 Mary Greenlee (1781-1863) (parents of James).
4. Robert Greenlee m. 1776 Elizabeth Dunlap (b. 1758).
Robert Greenlee served as private in the Jersey campaign, 1776, in Col. Timothy Green's regiment, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born, 1756, in Pennsylvania; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 146282.

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[p.198] Mrs. Pearle Coyner Hiser.147623
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Charles T. Hiser.
Descendant of Michael Coiner, Andrew Ware, Frederick Ware, Matthias Detter, Capt. David Gwin and William Crawford, as follows:
1. Fred Ware Coyner (b. 1858) m. Clara Pommert (b. 1859).
2. David Silas Coyner (1825-99) m. 1849 Matilda Heizer (1827-75).
See No. 147618.

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Mrs. Ethel Steel Withgott.
DAR ID Number: 148588
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of James Dwight Withgott.
Descendant of William Smith and of Joshua McKenzie, as follows:
1. James G. Steel (1840-1910) m. 1872 Alice Igou (1852-1931).
2. James Steel (1807-98) m. 1837 Jane Somerville (1815-74); William Igou (1810-87) m. 1834 Julia Ann McKenzie (1816-98).
3. John Somerville (1787-1879) m. 1814 Elizabeth Smith (1787-1858); John McKenzie (1786-1866) m. 1809 Elizabeth Hare (1789-1879).
4. William Smith m. 1784 Catherine Robinson (1759-1841); Joshua McKenzie m. 1785 Mary Jones (b. 1768).
William Smith (1760-1836) received a pension for service as private in the Pennsylvania Line under Colonels Swope and Dunlop. He was born in York County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
[Also No. 135852]. Joshua McKenzie (1764-1835) enlisted, 1778, as drummer, and served three years in Lieut. Col. Ludwig Weltner's German battalion, Maryland. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 145816.

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[p.186] Miss Elizabeth Morris Steel.
DAR ID Number: 148603
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of William Smith, as follows:
1. John S. Steel (1838-1918) m. 1869 Mary M. Anderson (1848-1917).
2. James Steel (1807-98) m. 1837 Jane Sommerville (1815-74).
See No. 148588.

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Mrs. Mary Junk Beale.
DAR ID Number: 149415
Born in Range, Ohio.
Wife of Orland L. Beale.
Descendant of Capt. William Rodgers, as follows:
1. Webster Junk (1863-1901) m. 1892 Beatrice Henry (b. 1865).
2. John Randolph Henry (1836-1905) m. 1863 Mary McClimans (1836-1912).
3. Hugh Henry (1807-70) m. 1835 Maria Rodgers (1815-90).
4. John Rodgers (1777-1866) m. 1799 Mary Clark (1782-1860).
5. William Rodgers m. 1772 Phoebe Swartz (1756-1823).
William Rodgers (1750-1824) was 2d and 1st lieutenant in the 4th regiment, Virginia Continental Line; also served as captain. He was born in Loudoun County, Va.; died in Ross County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Lydia Ann Rodgers Harrison.
DAR ID Number: 149416
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Batteal Harrison.
Descendant of Capt. William Rodgers, as follows:
1. Wilson Rodgers (1810-88) m. 1833 Massey Warner (1813-92).
2. John Rodgers (1777-1866) m. 1799 Mary Clark (1782-1860).
See No. 149415.

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Mrs. Clara Belle Waugh Reeves.
DAR ID Number: 149808
Born at Sugar Creek, Ind.
Wife of William M. Reeves.
Descendant of Joseph Waugh, as follows:
1. Milton Byron Waugh (1837-1904) m. 1857 Sarah Elizabeth Saulsbury (1837-92).
2. Milo Waugh (1804-59) m. 1828 Elizabeth Kious (1811-64).
3. Joseph Waugh m. 1791 Mary Hopkins (1773-1861).
Joseph Waugh (1763-1849) received a pension for service as private in the Connecticut troops under Colonel Cooper. He was born in Litchfield County, Conn.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 146329.

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Mrs. Carrie E. Jones Dodds.
DAR ID Number: 150057
Born in Nodaway County, Mo.
Wife of Elbert C. Dodds.
Descendant of John Foster, as follows:
1. William Austin Jones (1818-86) m. 1845 Rachel Foster (1825-1913).
2. Richard Foster (1779-1831) m. Rachel Browning.
3. John Foster m. 1759 Elizabeth Lewis.
John Foster (1731-1800) served as private in Captain Mantz's company, Frederick County, Maryland troops. He died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 141815.

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Mrs. Margaret Van Deman Nelms.
DAR ID Number: 150177
Born in Fayette County, Ohio.
Wife of Bernard Nelms.
Descendant of John Van Deman, as follows:
1. John N. Van Deman (1848-1916) m. 1867 Elizabeth Nash (1847-81).
2. John L. Van Deman (1810-92) m. 1839 Rebecca Wilson (1813-91).
3. Mathias Van Deman (1787-1875) m. 1809 Margaret LeGore (1789-1885).
4. John Van Deman m. 1786 Mary Magdalene Hester (b. 1765).
John Van Deman (1757-1840) received a pension for service as private in the Virginia troops under Captain Waggoner and Colonel Neville. He was born in Staunton, Va.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 128542.

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Miss Elizabeth Mitchell Roff.
DAR ID Number: 154516
Born in Mason County, Ky.
Descendant of Joseph Warder, John Shotwell, Thomas Forman, Richard Wells and Thomas Wells, as follows:
1. Sanford M. Roff (b. 1863) m. 1889 Maria Louisa Warder (1868-1918).
2. Nathaniel Roff (1827-87) m. 1854 Elizabeth H. Mitchell (1832-1902); Hugh McIlvain Warder (b. 1844) m. 1867 Mary Ann Forman (1843-1919).
3. Benjamin Elliott Warder (1817-68) m. 1841 Maria Jane McIlvain (1823-83); Thomas Morgan Forman (1805-61) m. 1826 Mary Baxter Tebbs (1809-82); John Shotwell Mitchell (1800-75) m. 1825 Elizabeth Harrison (1806-80).
4. John Warder (1775-1857) m. 1795 Anne Elliott (1778-1819); Samuel Forman (1778-1833) m. Margaret Smith (1783-1850); Sanford Mitchell (1768-1836) m. 1793 Lydia Shotwell (1775-1857); Hugh McIlvain (1795-1863) m. 1818 Patience Wells (1798-1859).
5. Joseph Warder m. Esther Ford; Thomas Forman m. 1769 Jane Throckmorton (1750-1812); John Shotwell m. 1773 Abigail Shipman (1754-1835); Thomas Wells m. 2d Nancy Davis (1769-1835).
6. Richard Wells m. 1st Nancy Brown.
Joseph Warder (1751-99) served as private in Capt. Hezekiah Gerner's company, 26th battalion, Charles County, Maryland militia. He died in Fauquier County, Va.
John Shotwell (1753-1826) served as private in the Morris County, New Jersey militia. He was born in Middlesex County, N. J.; died in Mays Lick, Ky.
Also No. 152465.
Thomas Forman (1740-1825), a patriot, was one of the commissioners for drafting men for the 2d regiment of New Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Mason County, Ky.
Richard Wells (1722-1808) signed the Oath of Allegiance and also commanded a company of Virginia troops. He was born in Baltimore, Md.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Thomas Wells (1758-1839) served as private under Captain Kemp and Lieutenant Colonel Marshall, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Maryland; died in Mason County, Ky.
Also No. 99702.

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Mrs. Maria Cook Towar.
DAR ID Number: 154842
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of George W. Towar.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Isaac Cook, as follows:
1. Matthew Scott Cook (1803-82) m. 1840 Eleanor Worthington Tiffin (1815-1900).
2. Isaac Cook, Jr. (1768-1842), m. 1792 Margaret Scott.
3. Isaac Cook m. 1760 Martha Cook.
Isaac Cooke (1739-1810) served as captain, 1775, under Col. David Wooster, major, 1780; and 1783, as lieutenant colonel in the Connecticut militia. He was born in Wallingford, Conn.; died in Lewiston, N. Y.
Also No. 153939.

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Mrs. Leverne Mary Boyd Sturmer.
DAR ID Number: 155499
Born in Fairfield, Nebr.
Wife of F. C. Sturmer.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. Earl Eugene Boyd (b. 1873) m. 1894 Cora Amanda Huff (b. 1872).
2. Aaron Huff (1833-1916) m. 1861 Amanda Robins (1834-72).
3. � Robins m. Mary Irwin.
[p.161] 4. Jared Irwin (1773-1834) m. 1798 Eleanor Taylor (1775-1852).
5. William Taylor m. Lucy Embly.
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2d New Jersey regiment, Continental Line; also wagon master. He was born in Freehold, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 153256.

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Mrs. Myrna Chapman Richards.
DAR ID Number: 156082
Born in Hancock County, Ill.
Wife of Joseph L. Richards.
Descendant of Sergt. Peter Jackson, as follows:
1. Samuel Chapman (b. 1851) m. 1876 Nancy Jackson (b. 1853).
2. Peter Jackson (1826-1912) m. 1847 Angeline Hansen (1828-1904).
3. William Jackson (1799-1874) m. 1820 Mary Murphy Reeves (1801-76).
4. Peter Jackson m. (d. 1844).
Peter Jackson (1757-1842) received a pension for service as private and sergeant in Capt. David Marpole's company, Colonel Hart's Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Philadelphia County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 119495.

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Mrs. Mira Sample Pummill Bower.157054

Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of E. Albert Bower.
Descendant of William Sample, as follows:
1. Hezekiah Pummill (1812-1908) m. 1836 Ann Sample (1818-44).
2. John Sample (1789-1864) m. 1817 Mary McKenzie (1795-1885).
3. William Sample m. 1782 Ann Brackney.
William Sample served as private in the Pennsylvania troops. He was born in Pennsylvania; died, 1785, in Westmoreland County, Pa.
Also No. 149723.


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[p.149] Miss L. Malinda Earl.157478
Born in Fountain County, Ind.
Descendant of Thomas Earl, Isaac Hull, Isaac Hull, Jr., Frederick Gelwicks, 1st, John Frederick Gelwicks, 2d, and Maj. Robert Adams, as follows:
1. Elijah Earl (1828-95) m. 1856 Salome Catherine Crouse (1836-1922).
2. James Earl (1795-1864) m. 1816 Mary Baird Adams (1797-1866); David Heibeisen Crouse (1808-84) m. 1835 Rachael Gelwicks (1814-45).
3. Thomas Earl m. 1791 Rhoda Busic (1762-1810); Robert Adams, Jr. (d. 1817) m. 1796 Patience Hull (1776-1852); John Frederick Gelwicks, 3d (1765-1842) m. 1795 Catherine B__. Heibeisen (1770-1851).
4. Isaac Hull, Jr., m. 1776 Massie Vaughn (d. 1828); Robert Adams m. Elizabeth ; John Frederick Gelwicks, 2d m. 1763 Susanna Catherine Grove (1738-1814).
[See No. 157477]. Thomas Earl (1762-1844) was a militiaman in Capt. Charles Staplefort's company, Lower battalion of Dorchester County, Md. He died in Ross County, Ohio.
John Frederick Gelwicks, 2d (1734-1813), served as private in the York County, Pennsylvania militia under Capt. Abraham Furrey. Was also commissioner to collect clothing. He was born and died in York County, Pa.
Robert Adams served as 2d major in the 3d battalion, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania militia, 1776. He died, 1806, in Fayette County, Pa.

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Mrs. Ella Maria Henry Withrow.157999
Born in Madison County, Ohio.
Wife of John Russell Withrow.
Descendant of John McClimans and of Capt. William Rodgers, as follows:
[p.305] 1. John Randolph Henry (1836-1905) m. 1863 Mary McClimans (1836-1912).
2. Hugh Henry (1807-70) m. 1832 Maria Rodgers (1815-90); David McClimans (1808-74) m. 1831 Eliza Parker (1813-51).
3. John Rodgers (1777-1866) m. 1799 Mary E. Clark (1782-1860); John McClimans m. 1782 Mary Creviston (1765-1831).
4. William Rodgers m. 1772 Phoebe Schwartz (1756-1825).
John McClimans (1756-1829) served as substitute sub-lieutenant in the Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Westmoreland County, Pa.; died in Madison County, Ohio.
Also No. 149417.
William Rodgers (1750-1824) was 2d and 1st lieutenant in the 4th regiment, Virginia Continental Line; also served as captain. He was born in Bucks County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 149415.

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Mrs. Matilda Jackson Clark.
DAR ID Number: 158461
Born in Warsaw, Ill.
Wife of Lot B. Clark.
Descendant of Sergt. Peter Jackson, as follows:
1. Peter Jackson (1826-1912) m. 1847 Angeline Hanson (1828-1904).
2. William Jackson (1799-1874) m. 1820 Mary Murphy Reeves (1801-75).
3. Peter Jackson m. ?.
Peter Jackson (1757-1842) received a pension for service as private and sergeant in Capt. David Marpole's company, Colonel Hart's Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Philadelphia County, Pa.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 156082.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Wright Stratton Avrett.
DAR ID Number: 159790
Born in Shelbyville, Ind.
Wife of George H. Avrett.
Descendant of Gabriel Wright and of Alexander Sleeth, as follows:
1. Cyrns Wright (1814-75) m. 1841 Elizabeth C. Glenn (1821-59).
2. Caleb Wright (d. 1860) m. 1809 Mary Ann Hacker Sleeth (1793-1873).
3. Gabriel Wright m. Deborah Ball; Alexander Sleeth m. 2d Ann Smith.
Gabriel Wright served as private in the Virginia militia and, 1776-77, in a band of Jersey Blues which aided Washington, with his regular troops, in holding the British in check. He was born in Scotland; died, 1801, in Ross County, Ohio.
Alexander Sleeth (1750-1820) was an Indian fighter and served as scout in the Virginia troops. He was born in Shenandoah Valley, Va.; died in Fayette County, Ind.
Also No. 140207.

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Mrs. Mary L. Taylor Arehart.
DAR ID Number: 160281
Born in Fayette County, Ohio.
Wife of Amalgah S. Archart.
Descendant of William Taylor, as follows:
1. Edward Taylor, Jr. (1820-87), m. 1848 Lydia Ann Woodbeck (1827-89).
2. Edward Taylor (1774-1872) m. 1814 Mary Smith (1795-1879).
3. William Taylor m. 1768 Lucy Embly (Imlay) (1752-1817).
William Taylor (1744-1830) served as private in Capt. Bateman Lloyd's company, 2d New Jersey regiment, Continental Line; also wagonmaster. He was born in Freehold, N. J.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 155499.

[p.163] Miss Isabel Rachel Pummill.
DAR ID Number: 160498
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Descendant of William Sample, as follows:
1. Hezekiah Pummill (1812-1908) m. Ann Sample (1818-44).
2. John Sample (1789-1864) m. 1817 Mary McKenzie (1795-1883).
3. William Sample m. 1782 Ann Brackney.
William Sample served as private in the Pennsylvania troops. He was born in Pennsylvania; died, 1785, in Westmoreland County, Pa.
Also No. 157054.

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Miss Harriet Emma Van Deman.
DAR ID Number: 160637
Born in South Salem, Ohio.
Descendant of John Van Deman, as follows:
1. John Watson Van Deman (1842-1920) m. 1862 Emma Warnock (1833-1914).
2. Joseph Van Deman (1802-82) m. 1841 Elizabeth Case (d. 1851).
3. John Van Deman m. 1786 Mary Magdaline Hester (1765-1851).
John Van Deman (1757-1840) received a pension for service as private in the Virginia troops under Captain Waggoner and Colonel Neville. He was born in Staunton, Va.; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 150177.

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Mrs. Florence B. Shotts Snyder.
DAR ID Number: 160744
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Edgar Snyder.
Descendant of Paul Streve, as follows:
1. Rufus P. Shotts (1841-1920) m. 1865 Magdalena Seiler (1843-1915).
2. Daniel Shotts (1818-53) m. 1840 Phebe Bishop (1812-49).
3. Jacob Shotts (1797-1883) m. 1817 Sarah Toops (1800-59).
4. Daniel Toops (1775-1858) m. 1799 Mary Streve (1782-1846).
5. Paul Streve m. 1780 Mary (1760-1823).
Paul Streve (1755-1829) enlisted under Captains Gradon and Lenox, Col. John Shee, Pennsylvania Line. In 1818 he applied for a pension and his claim was allowed. He was born in Germany; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 122833.

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Miss Edna Mckenzie.
DAR ID Number: 162133
Born in Chillicothe, Ohio.
Descendant of Joshua McKenzie, as follows:
1. Joshua McKenzie (b. 1848) m. 2d 1882 Martha Jane Newman (b. 1857).
2. Eli McKenzie (1795-1876) m. 2d 1845 Mary Ann Kemper (d. 1850).
3. Joshua McKenzie m. Mary Jones.
Joshua McKenzie (1764-1835) enlisted, 1778, as a drummer and served three years in Lieut. Col. Ludwig Weltner's German battalion. Maryland. He was born in Maryland; died in Ross County, Ohio.
Also No. 148588.

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Mrs. Helen Moore Patterson.
DAR ID Number: 162944
Born in Ross County, Ohio.
Wife of Charles Rief Patterson.
Descendant of Ensign John Renick, as follows:
1. James H. Moore (1849-1916) m. 1876 Letitia McNeill (b. 1851).
2. John Renick McNeill (1815-53) m. 1843 Mary Davis (1827-77).
3. Reese McNeill (1785-1823) m. 1808 Anne Remick (1789-1834).
4. John Renick m. 1772 Mary Heath (1753-1834).
John Renick (1750-1815) served as ensign in the Hampshire County militia by appointment of the governor. He was born in Hampshire County, Va.; died in Pickaway County, Ohio.
Also No. 118500.