Archive:D. A. R. Lineage Books, Volume 70

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Volume 70, page 6

Mrs. Jean Blood Craig.
DAR ID Number: 69012
Born in Lawrence, Kans.
Wife of Theodore Alexander Craig.
Descendant of William Mansur, Isaac Kimball, Capt. Abijah Smith, Levi Whitney, and Asa Blood, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of James Clinton Blood (1819-91) and Eliza J. Mansur (1833-82), his wife, m. 1852.
Granddaughter of Giles Blood (1786-1838) and Fanny La Vaque (1788-1842), his wife, m. 1812; George H. Mansur and Mary Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Asa Blood and Betsey Follet (1756-1838), his wife; John Mansur and Polly Kimball, his wife; Cyrus Smith and Sibil Whitney, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Mansur and Isabella Harvey, his wife; Isaac Kimball and Abigail Raymond, his wife; Abijah Smith and Abigail Wheelock, his wife; Levi Whitney and Rebecca Clark, his wife, m. 1767.
William Mansur (1743-1814) responded to the Lexington Alarm; was signer of the Association Test and served at Ticonderoga in Capt. Gershom Drury's company. He was born in Dracut, Mass.; removed to Temple, N. H., 1770, where he died.
Isaac Kimball (1741-1815) served several enlistments in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Wrentham, Mass.; died in Waterford, Me.
Abijah Smith (1740-86) commanded a company of New Hampshire militia in the New York campaign, 1776. He was born in Leominster, Mass.; died in New Ipswich, N. H.
Levi Whitney (1739-1809) served in the Commissary Department. He was born in Shrewsbury, Mass.
[p.6] Asa Blood (1758-1825) marched from Charlton to reinforce Gates at the northward, 1777. He was born in Charlton, Mass.; died in Oxford, N. H.


Volume 70, page 12

Miss Nellie Madella Whittier.
DAR ID Number: 69030
Born in S. Chesterville, Me.
Descendant of Corp. Samuel Linscott, Andrew Dunning, and Isaac Whitney.
Daughter of David Webster Whittier (1816-74) and Lucinda Whitney Linscott (1816-1907), his wife, m. 1843.
Granddaughter of Jacob Linscott (1792-1817) and Betsey Whitney (1795-1853), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Henry Whitney (1767-1849) and Abigail Walker (1776-1819), his wife.
See No. 69020.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Whitney and Hannah Payne, his wife, m. 1765.
Isaac Whitney (1720-1800) was a private in Capt. John Elden's company, which marched to Biddeford, 1775, at the time armed vessels appeared in Winter Harbor. He was born in York; died in Freeport, Me.


Volume 70, page 23

Miss Sara Elizabeth Edwards.
DAR ID Number: 69061
Born in St. Charles, Mo.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Joseph Martin, of Virginia.
Daughter of Albert Hamilton Edwards (1834-86) and Martha Ellen Whitney (1849-81), his wife, m. 1873.
Granddaughter of Henry Edwards (1789-1844) and Sarah Matilda Waller (1797-1884), his wife, m. 1814.
Gr-granddaughter of Carr Waller (1769-1843) and Elizabeth Martin (1768-1805), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Martin and Sarah Lucas (d. 1782), his 1st wife. m. 1762.
Joseph Martin (1740-1808) was a noted Indian fighter. He was appointed by Governor Benjamin Harrison as Indian agent, and in his instructions he said: ôMuch, therefore, must be left to your prudence and discretion, in both of which I have confidence.ö He was born in Albemarle County; died in Henry County, Va.
Also No. 47839.


Volume 70, page 102

Miss Lucile Edwards.
DAR ID Number: 69282
Born in St. Charles, Mo.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Joseph Martin.
Daughter of Albert Hamilton Edwards (1834-86) and Martha Ellen Whitney (1849-81), his wife, m. 1873.
Granddaughter of Henry Edwards (1789-1844) and Sarah Matilda Waller (1797-1884), his wife, m. 1814.
Gr-granddaughter of Carr Waller (1769-1843) and Elizabeth Martin (1768-1805), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Martin and Sarah Lucas (d. 1782), his wife, m. 1762.
Joseph Martin (1740-1808) was a noted Indian fighter. He was appointed by Governor Benjamin Harrison as Indian agent, and in his instruction he said: ôMuch, therefore, must be left to your prudence and discretion, in both of which I have confidence.ö He was born in Albemarle County; died in Henry County, Va.
Also No. 47839.


Volume 70, page 193

Mrs. Jessie G. Beal Cross.
DAR ID Number: 69545
Born in Keene, N. H.
Wife of Robert Cross.
Descendant of Solomon Wardwell, Brig.-Gen. Josiah Whitney, and Josiah Whitney, Jr.
[p.193] Daughter of Joseph Reynolds Beal (1834-95) and Eleanor Jane Cummings (1831-1900), his wife.
Granddaughter of Joseph Beal (1791-1871) and Lois Wardwell (1801-80), his wife, m. 1830.
Gr-granddaughter of Ezra Wardwell (1773-1845) and Lois Whitney (1781-1859), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Solomon Wardwell and Bethia Holt (1754-1862), his wife, m. 1767; Josiah Whitney, Jr., and Anna Scollay (1750-1827), his wife, m. 1776.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Whitney and Sarah Farr (1735-73), his wife, m. 1751.
Solomon Wardwell (1743-1825) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private in Capt. Henry Abbott's company, and later served in Capt. John Peabody's company. He was born in Andover, Mass.; died in Packersfield, N. H.
Josiah Whitney (1731-1806), who had served in the early wars, commanded a regiment at the siege of Boston, the Burgoyne campaign, and the expedition to Rhode Island. He was promoted brigadiergeneral at the close of the war.
Josiah Whitney, Jr. (1753-1827), served under his father. He was born in Harvard, Mass.; died in Nelson, N. H.
Also No. 39156.


Volume 70, page 199

Mrs. Rebecca A. Putnam Pickett.
DAR ID Number: 69564
Born in Salem, Mass.
Wife of Charles Pickett.
Descendant of Nathan Putnam, of Massachusetts.
[p.199] Daughter of Perley Zebulon Montgomery Pike Putnam and Mary Eliza Whitney, his wife.
Granddaughter of Perley Putnam and Betsey Preston, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Putnam and Hannah Putnam, his wife.
Nathan Putnam (1749-1823) served as private in Capt. Enoch Putnam's company, Col. John Mansfield's regiment, at the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Danvers.


Volume 70, page 247

Miss Luthera Whitney.
DAR ID Number: 69701
Born in Springfield, Vt.
Descendant of Lemuel Whitney.
Daughter of William Wilson Whitney (1798-1861) and Matilda Walker (b. 1810), his wife, m. 1837.
Granddaughter of Cyrus Whitney (1770-1860) and Ruth Mayo (b. 1770), his wife, m. 1796.
Gr-granddaughter of Lemuel Whitney and Thankful Griffith (1745-1818), his wife, m. 1769.
Lemuel Whitney (1743-1813), served as private in Captain Shem's company, Colonel Pynchon's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Leicester, Mass.; died in Springfield, Vt.


Volume 70, page 251

Mrs. Katherine Hyde Walters.
DAR ID Number: 69712
Born in Washington, D. C.
Wife of George F. M. Walters.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Caleb Hyde.
Daughter of William Tell Duvall (1817-94) and Jane Sedgwick (b. 1836), his 2nd wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of Theodore Sedgwick (1806-48) and Hannah Clark Fink (1808-85), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Whitney Sedgwick (b. 1770) and Ruth Hyde (b. 1774), his wife, m. 1792.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Caleb Hyde and Elizabeth Sackett, his wife.
Caleb Hyde (1739-1820) served as captain, 1775, major, 1776-77, and lieutenant-colonel, 1778, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Norwich, Conn.; died in Broome County, N. Y.
Also No. 68275.


Volume 70, page 260

Mrs. Fannie Whitney Potter.
DAR ID Number: 69736
Born in Adrian, Mich.
Wife of John Potter.
Descendant of Benjamin Whitney.
Daughter of William Augustus Whitney (1820-84) and Ellen Maria Bixby (1825-1901), his wife, m. 1847.
Granddaughter of James Whitney (1783-1851) and Mary Frisbie (1786-1851), his wife, m. 1806.
Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Whitney and Sarah Ketcham (d. 1831), his wife.
Benjamin Whitney (1750-1825) served as a private in a company of New York militiamen under Captain Minthorn and, 1780, served on an Alarm under Colonel Wisiner. He was born in Ridgeville, Conn.; died in Shelby, N. Y.


Volume 70, page 265

Mrs. Lucie Maria Child.
DAR ID Number: 69751
Born in Middlesex County, Mass.
Wife of Charles H. Child.
Descendant of Samuel Perry.
Daughter of Freeman S. Whitney and Eveline Perry, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Perry and Hannah Leland, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Perry and Elizabeth Rowe, his wife.
Samuel Perry (1740-1831) was a minute man at the Lexington Alarm under Capt. Josiah Morse. He was born in Natick; died in Sherborn, Mass.
Also No. 27991.


Volume 70, page 275

Mrs. Nancy Whitney Morrow.
DAR ID Number: 69779
Born in Fort Kent, Me.
Wife of George P. Morrow.
Descendant of Abner Whitney.
Daughter of Albion Paris Whitney (1825-84) and Susan D. Whitney (b. 1832), his wife, m. 1850.
Granddaughter of William Whitney (1786-1802) and Olive Parlin (1791-1874), his wife, m. 1813.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Whitney (1759-1836) and Hannah Thompson (1760-1814), his wife, m. 1780.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abner Whitney and Sarah Hilton (1734-1815), his wife, m. 1753.
Abner Whitney (1734-1802) and Samuel Whitney served as minute men at the Lexington Alarm from Lunenburg. They were born in Lunenburg, Mass.; died in Falmouth, Me.
Also No. 36431.


Volume 70, page 316

Mrs. Ruth H. Watts Bowker.
DAR ID Number: 69895
Born in Washington County, Me.
Wife of William C. Bowker.
Descendant of Lieut. Joel Whitney, of Maine.
Daughter of Samuel Watts (1797-1880) and Esther Whitney (1801-86), his wife, m. 1817.
Granddaughter of Reuben Whitney (1772-1810) and Hannah Stetson (1776-1816), his wife, m. 1800.
Gr-granddaughter of Joel Whitney and Mary Weston, his wife.
Joel Whitney (1743-89), in 1775, captured the schooner ôDiligence.ö He was lieutenant, 1777, in Col. Benjamin Foster's regiment from Machias, Me. He was born in York; died in Jonesboro, Me.


Volume 70, page 342

Mrs. Clara Sargent Spencer.
DAR ID Number: 69967
Born in Carns County, Minn.
Wife of Samuel F. Spencer.
Descendant of John Sargeant, Lieut. John Griffin, Levi Hoyt, Capt. William Manning, William Gerrish, John Flower, Richard Sanborn, Frederick Ware, and Benjamin Thompson.
Daughter of Joseph Augustus Sargent (1820-84) and Prudence Elizabeth Thompson (1842-1906), his wife, m. 1865.
Granddaughter of Joseph Smith Sargent (1798-1870) and Ann Hoyt Griffin (1801-82), his wife, m. 1820; Benjamin F. Thompson and Prudence E. (Thompson) (1816-1904), his wife, m. 1837.
Gr-granddaughter of John Sargeant, Jr. (1770-1838), and Polly Sanborn (1768-1849), his wife, m. 1791; Joel Thompson (b. 1792) and Mary Ware (1795-1890), his wife, m. 1815 (parents of Prudence); William Griffin (1774-1848) and Nancy Hoyt (b. 1778), his wife, m. 1798; Whitney Thompson (b. 1790) and Mary Flower (1795-1860), his wife, m. 1811 (parents of Benjamin).
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Sargent and Mehitable Smith, his wife, m. 1770; Benjamin Thompson and Abigail Whitney, his wife; Frederick Ware and Jermima Manning (b. 1761), his 2nd wife, m. 1785; John Griffin and Hannah Gerrish (1746-1830), his wife, m. 1767; Levi Hoyt and Ann Currier, his wife, m. 1772; Ahira Flower and Margaret Boyce or Du Boise, his wife, m. 1794; Richard Sanborn and Abigail Kelly (1739-1821), his wife, m. 1760.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Manning and Mary Payson (1736-1812), his wife, m. 1759; William Gerrish and Mary Morrell (b. 1717), his 2nd wife, m. 1738; John Flower and Susanna Hooker (bapt. 1736), his wife, m. 1752.
[p.342] John Sargent (1750-90) signed the Association Test at Louden, N. H., 1776.
John Griffen (1740-87) was lieutenant in the 2nd New Hampshire regiment, 1775. He was born in Gloucester, Mass.; died in Durham, N. H.
Levi Hoyt served as private in Capt. Timothy Barnard's company, Amesbury, Mass., which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born, 1746, in Amesbury; died in Maine.
William Manning (1733-1807) commanded a company under Col. Charles Webb, 2nd Connecticut regiment. He was born and died in Woodstock, Conn.
William Gerrish (1710-94) was a private in Capt. Ebenezer Dearing's company, Col. Pierce Long's regiment. He was born and died in Berwick, Me.
John Flower (1718-1803) served in Capt. Seth Pierce's company of Hampshire County Massachusetts troops. He was born in Hartford, Conn.; died in Hartland, Vt.
Richard Sanborn (1736-80) was a private in Capt. Joseph Sweeny's company, Col. Benjamin Foster's Lincoln County regiment of Maine. He was born in Greenland, N. H.; died in Sanbornton.
Frederick Ware (1760-1832) was placed on the pension roll of Windsor County, Vt., 1818, for service as private, Massachusetts Continental Line. He was born in Wrenthem, Mass.; died in Pomfret, Vt.
Benjamin Thompson (1751-1845) served as volunteer from Croydon, N. H., and was stationed at Saratoga when Burgoyne surrendered. He was born in Northbridge, Mass.; died in Royalton, Vt.
Also No. 60424.


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