Archive:D. A. R. Lineage Books, Volume 1

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Volume 1, page 13

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Whitney Warren.
DAR ID Number: 15026
Born in New York.
Wife of Charles Aldridge Warren.
Descendant of Samuel Gates, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of James Fordyce Whitney and Mary Gates Whitney, his wife.
Granddaughter of Moses Whitney and Lucy Gates, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Deacon Samuel Gates, Jr., and Mary Gates, his wife.
Samuel Gates, Jr., (1756-1834), served in Capt. William Whitcomb's company, Col. William Prescott's regiment, at the Lexington Alarm. He was born at Stow, where he died.


Volume 1, page 60

Mrs. Isabella James Downs.
DAR ID Number: 15148
Born in New York.
Wife of A. Sherman Downs.
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Warner, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Lewis Whitney James and Barbara Jean Orr, his wife.
Granddaughter of Lewis Lyman James and Corintha Wells, his wife.
[p.60] Gr.-granddaughter of Capt. John Wells and Sarah Warner, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Warner and Ezla Sheldon, his wife.
Jonathan Warner, (1743-1826), was a minute man in Capt. Abel Thayer's company at the Lexington Alarm. He served as lieutenant in the Northern Department and at the Bennington Alarm under Capt. Russell Kellogg and Col. Ruggles Woodbridge. He was promoted captain, 1781, and his commission is signed by Gov. John Hancock. He was born at Northampton and died at Williamsburg.
Also Nos. 8729, 11180, 12615.


Volume 1, page 60

Miss Mary Guthrie James.
DAR ID Number: 15149
Born in Scotland.
Descendant of Capt. Jonathan Warner.
Daughter of Lewis Whitney James and Barbata Jean Orr, his wife.
See No. 15148.


Volume 1, page 70

[p.70] Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks Chatfield Thayer
DAR ID Number: 15174
Born in Connecticut.
Wife of John Van Buren Thayer.
Descendant of Levi Chatfield, William Clark Whitney, Rev. David Brooks, Caleb Hull, Sergt. Samuel Hull and Samuel Hull, Jr., of Connecticut.
Daughter of Henry William Chatfield and Elizabeth Brooks, his wife.
Granddaughter of Zina Chatfield (1790-1825) and Eunice Whitney (1794-1878), his wife; David Brooks and Linda Hull (1796-1865), his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Levi Chatfield and Sarah Bradley, his wife; William Clark Whitney and Mary Thompson (1766-1807), his wife; Rev. David Brooks and Elizabeth Doolittle, his wife; Samuel Hull, Jr., and Abigail Doolittle (1766-1835), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Hull and Eunice Cook (b. 1735), his wife (m. 1753); Henry Whitney (1735-1811) and Eunice Clark (1746-94), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Hull and Mercy Benham, his wife (m. 1724).
Levi Chatfield, (1756-81), served as a private in Capt. Ebenezer Gray's company, Sixth regiment, 1778-80. He was born at Derby and died at New Milford.
William Clark Whitney, (1762-1838), served as a private and was wounded in the Revolution. He was born at Derby and was a pensioner when he died there.
David Brooks, (1744-1802), was a member of the Cheshire Vigilance Committee and the first to enlist for the town. He served in the Assembly, was a delegate to the State constitutional convention, acted as chaplain and as quartermaster. He was born in Cheshire, where he died.
Also Nos. 7563, 8354.
Caleb Hull, (1695-1788), at the age of eighty turned out at the Lexington Alarm from Wallingford, and with him were his son and grandson Samuel.
Samuel Hull, (1730-91), was corporal at the siege of Boston and in the Northern campaign. He subsequently served as sergeant.
Samuel Hull, Jr., (1759-1828), served as drummer and private, 1781. He survived to receive a pension.


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