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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12
page 262
[p.262] Miss Sarah Kidder Thomson.
DAR ID Number: 11689
Born in New York.
Descendant of Sergt. Jonathan Cutler and of Adjt. William Brown, of Massachusetts; Capt. Andrew Lathrop, Lieut. David Smith, Josiah Brainerd and Ezra Brainerd, of Connecticut.
Daughter of George Huntington Thomson and Ella Matteson Brown, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. George Washington Thomson and Elizabeth Brainerd, his wife; Maj. Levi Kidder Brown and Sarah Matteson, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Thomson and Theodosha Green, his wife; Col. William Brown and Olive Flint, his wife; Jesse Matteson and Sarah Taft, his wife; Rev. Israel Brainerd and Polly Huntington, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Thomson and Mary Cutler, his wife; Daniel Tait and Martha Lathrop, his wife; Ezra Huntington and Jerusha Smith, his wife; Ezra Brainerd and Jerusha Smith, his wife; and of William Brown.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jonathan Cutler and Elizabeth Holman, his wife; Andrew Lathrop and Abigail Fish, his wife; David Smith and Dorothy Brainerd, his wife; Josiah Brainerd and Hannah Spencer, his wife.
Jonathan Cutler turned out from Sutton at the Bennington Alarm in Capt. David Chadwick's company. He died at Royalston, 1826, aged eighty-nine.
Andrew Lathrop commanded a company of Light Horse under Maj. Ebenezer Backus. He died at Bozrah, 1803, aged seventy-five.
William Brown, 1776, was adjutant in Col. Samuel Thatcher's regiment and 1780 served in the Rhode Island Alarm.
Josiah Brainerd, who had fought in the early wars, gave service in the Revolution. He was born at Haddam, 1711, where he died, 1792.
Ezra Brainerd, 1777-82, represented Haddam in the Assembly. He died, 1832, aged eighty-eight
 

Miss Cora Anna Gardinier.
DAR ID Number: 22139
Born in Albion, New York.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Scott.
Daughter of John H. Gardinier and Frances Scott, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Smith Scott and Sarah Ann Briggs, his wife.
[p.47] Gr.-granddaughter of Lewis Scott and Barbara Dalrymple, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Scott and Rosanagh Tait, his wife.
 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28
page 320
Mrs. Florence Stevens Tait.
DAR ID Number: 27887
Born in New Lenox, Illinois.
Wife of George D. Tait.
Descendant of John Stephens.
Daughter of Thomas Jefferson Stevens and Louise Brodie, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert Stevens (1802-64) and Nancy Kercheval, his second wife, m. 1835.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Stephens and Mary Christine Elizabeth Wise, his wife, m. 1784.
John Stevens, (1763-1836), served as a private in Col. Nathaniel Gist's Virginia regiment. He was born in Lancaster Co., Pa.; died in Waterville, Ohio.

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Mrs. Cora Estella Scott Waring.
DAR ID Number: 28693
Born in Greenfield, New York.
Wife of Herbert Waring.
[p.253] Descendant of Lieut. Col. William Scott, Nathaniel Seymour, Capt. John Carter and Hannah Benedict Carter.
Daughter of Alexander Hamilton Scott and Sophronia Wood Seymour, his wife.
Granddaughter of Col. Lewis Scott and Barbara Dalrymple, his wife; Thomas Seymour and Rebecca Maria Wood, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Scott and Ressanna Tait, his wife; Nathaniel Seymour and Mercy Carter (b. 1761, m. 1781), his wife.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 42
page 209
Mrs. Miller White Moore.
DAR ID Number: 41552
Born in Brooklyn, New York.
Wife of Willis Mott Moore.
Descendant of Sergt. Jesse White, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of William Edward White and Julia Louisa Miller, his wife.
Granddaughter of Washington White (b. 1796) and Lydia M. Tait, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Jesse White and Ann Mason (1755-1839), his wife, m. 1777

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 44
page 95
Mrs. Mary Clarke Beer.
DAR ID Number: 43248
Born in Jasper Co., Iowa.
Wife of Frank Alfred Beer.
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dale, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of John H. Tait and Jennie Clarke, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Dale Clarke (1802) and Jane Hopper, his wife, m. 1824.

Mrs. Mary Clarke Beer.
DAR ID Number: 43248
Born in Jasper Co., Iowa.
Wife of Frank Alfred Beer.
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Dale, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of John H. Tait and Jennie Clarke, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Dale Clarke (1802) and Jane Hopper, his wife, m. 1824.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Clarke (d. 1853) and Jane Dale (d. 1857), his wife, m. 1799.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Dale and Ann Futhey, his wife
 

Mrs. Emma Phillips Milliken.
DAR ID Number: 48191
Born in Camden, Ala.
Wife of James Sandford Milliken.
Descendant of William Goode.
Daughter of Anderson J. Phillips and Caroline Ervin, his wife.
[p.91] Granddaughter of Robert Hugh Ervin, M. D., and Sarah Asbury Tait, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of James A. Tait and Elizabeth Caroline Goode, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Goode and Sarah James (1770-1817), his wife, m. 1789.
William Goode (1765-1837) served as a soldier at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhattan County, Va.; died in Clark County, Ala.
 

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Miss Florence L. Tait.
DAR ID Number: 59011
Born in Joliet, Ill.
Descendant of John Stephens.
[p.5] Daughter of George D. Tait and Florence A. Stevens, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Stevens and Louise Brodie, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Robert Stevens (1802-64) and Nancy Kerchival, his wife, m. 1835.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Stephens and Nancy Wise, his wife, m. 1784.
John Stephens (1763-1836) served as a private in Col. Nicholas Gist's Virginia regiment. He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.; died in Waterville, Ohio.

Mrs. Lillian Tait Holmes.
DAR ID Number: 60039
Born in Beaver, Pa.
Wife of Rev. N. H. Holmes.
Descendant of William Sankey, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of M. D. Tait and Lovisa A. Covert, his wife.
Granddaughter of Thomas Covert and Mary Ann Sankey, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Ezekiel Sankey and Jane Culbertson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Sankey and Elizabeth Doe, his wife.
[p.15] William Sankey served as a private, 1782, in Capt. Robert Samuel's company, 8th battalion, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia, Col. Alexander Brown's regiment. He was born in Lancaster, England; died, 1794, in Mifflin County, Pa.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70
page 133
Mrs. Sarah Cope Tait Endsley.
DAR ID Number: 69371
Born in Uniontown, Pa.
Wife of Gilbert F. Endsley.
Descendant of John Cope.
Daughter of Alexander H. Tait (b. 1842) and Ida Cope (b. 1855), his 2nd wife, m. 1881.
Granddaughter of Eli Cope (1810-96) and Susan Shotwell (1811-94), his wife, m. 1832.
Gr-granddaughter of James Dickinson Cope (1780-1832) and Rebecca Cook (1783-1864), his wife, m. 1803.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Cope and Mary Dickinson (1741-1805), his 2nd wife, m. 1760.
John Cope (1730-1812) served as private in the 1st and 7th battalions of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Chester County; died in Fayette County, Pa

Mrs. Ida Cope Tait.
DAR ID Number: 69374
Born in Brownsville, Pa.
Wife of Alexander Hardy Tait.
Descendant of John Cope.
Daughter of Eli Cope (1810-96) and Susan Shotwell (1811-94), his wife, m. 1832.
See No. 69371.
 
 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 71
page 193
Mrs. Margaret Wallace Tait.
DAR ID Number: 70531
Born in Decatur, Ill.
Wife of Daniel W. Tait.
Descendant of Charles Leeper.
Daughter of Andrew J. Wallace (1841-1908) and Elizabeth Leeper (b. 1841), his wife, m. 1875.
Granddaughter of William Leeper (1783-1855) and Melinda Dougherty (1807-45), his wife, m. 1836.
Gr-granddaughter of Charles Leeper and Margaret Miller, his wife, m. 1775.
Charles Leeper served as private in Capt. Alexander Peeble's company, 6th battalion of Cumberland County, militia. He lived in Cumberland County, Pa.
 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 74
page 108
Mrs. Susanna Tait Child.
DAR ID Number: 73284
Born in Decatur, Ill.
Wife of Henry L. Child.
Descendant of Maj. Joseph Spangler, of Pennsylvania.
Daughter of Joseph S. Tait (b. 1842) and Martha E. Dillehunt (b. 1851), his wife, m. 1871.
Granddaughter of James D. Tait (1817-1906) and Susan Spangler (1816-82), his wife, m. 1842.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Spangler, Jr. (1788-1862), and Barbara Bensley (1786-1847), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Spangler and Elizabeth Gardner, his wife.
Joseph Spangler (1745-1802) was lieutenant in Capt. Michael Edge's company, major of the 5th battalion, York County militia, 1775, and his command marched to Eastern New Jersey to form the “Flying Camp.” He was born in Paradise township; died in Washington township.
 
 

 
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78
page 141
Mrs. Louise Tait Green.
DAR ID Number: 77365
Born in Columbus, Texas.
Wife of Samuel Lewis Green.
Descendant of James Tait, William Goode, John James, and John Black.
Daughter of Charles William Tait (1815-78) and Louisa Mary Williams (1828-96), his wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of James Asbury Tait (1791-1855) and Caroline Elizabeth Goode (1794-1865), his wife, m. 1814; Stephen Williams (1786-1846) and Jean Black (d. 1832), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-granddaughter of Charles Tait (1768-1835) and Ann Lucas Simson (1711-1818), his wife, m. 1795; William Goode and Sarah James (1770-1817), his wife, m. 1789; John Black and Anna -, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Tait and Rebecca Hudson (1743-1816), his wife, m. 1766; John James and Sarah Moore (b. 1747), his wife, m. 1765.
James Tait (1746-98) was superintendent of the manufacture of salt for the State of Virginia. He was born in Hanover County, Va.; died in Georgia.
John Black received a land grant for service in the Revolution under Col. Elijah Clark, of Georgia. He was born, 1754, in North Carolina; died in Wilkes County, Ga.
John James (1720-84) was a member of the Association for Public Defense of South Carolina, 1775. He was born in Virginia; died in South Carolina.
William Goode (1765-1837) served as a soldier at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.
Also No. 54987.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78
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[p.142] Mrs. Caroline Tait Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 77366
Born in Colorado County, Texas.
Wife of Wells Thompson.
Descendant of William Goode, James Tait, John James, John Black, Capt. Ralph Williams, and Capt. John Walker.
Daughter of Charles William Tait (1815-78) and Louisa Mary Williams (1828-96), his wife, m. 1848.
Granddaughter of James Asbury Tait (1791-1855) and Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865), his wife, m. 1814; Stephen Williams (1786-1848) and Jean Black (d. 1836), his wife, m. 1812.
See No. 77365.
 
 
 

Mrs. Lois Martin Mcfadden.
DAR ID Number: 81360
Born in Hamilton, Mo.
Wife of John McFadden.
Descendant of Hugh Martin.
Daughter of Finis A. Martin (b. 1860) and Minnie A. Tait (b. 1862), his wife, m. 1884.
Granddaughter of Samuel Fulton Martin (1826-1909) and Mary F. Latimer (1834-66), his wife, m. 1854.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Martin (1787-1856) and Elizabeth Mercer (1797-1872), his wife, m. 1815.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hugh Martin and Mary Stewart, his wife, m. 1760.
Hugh Martin was a patriot of Kentucky who helped to guard the frontiers. He was born, 1760, in North Carolina; died after 1786.
 

Mrs. Anna Taft Schrebler.
DAR ID Number: 88612
Born in Oxford, Mass.
Wife of Charles Frederick Schrebler.
Descendant of Lieut. Caleb Cheney, as follows:
[p.194] 1. Silas S. Tait (1820-71) m. 1844 Mary E. Partridge (1824-51).
2. Otis Taft m. 1811 Betsey Beals (1791-1878).
3. Asa Beals (b. 1765) m. 1791 Olive Cheney (b. 1772).
4. Caleb Cheney m. 1758 Mary Wheelock (b. 1738).
Caleb Cheney (1738-1800) served as lieutenant in Capt. William Jennison's company of minute men which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Mendon; died in Milford, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 90
page 53
Mrs. Della Norris Guthrie.
DAR ID Number: 89166
Born in Benton County, Miss.
Wife of Frank Malone Guthrie.
Descendant of Col. William Alston, as follows:
1. Martin F. Norris (b. 1842) m. 1866 Martha M. Lipford (b. 1844).
2. Henry Frances Lipford (b. 1823) m. 1841 Rhoda Casey (d. 1908).
[p.53] 3. H. F. M. M. Lipford (b. 1796) m. 1819 Francis A. Tait (d. 1827).
4. William Hudson Tait (b. 1770) m. Nancy Alston.
5. William Alston m. 1774 Charity Alston.
William Alston (1736-1810) was a member of the Committee of Safety for Halifax County, N. C., 1774, a member of the Provincial Congress, 1775, and of the Constitutional Convention, 1776. He was appointed lieutenant-colonel of the 3rd regiment, Continental troops, 1777. He was born in Warren County, N. C.; died in Elbert County, Ga.
 

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 93
page 66
Mrs. Fannie Clementine Norris Scott.
DAR ID Number: 92202
Born in Shelby County, Tenn.
Wife of Samuel Gilbert Scott.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. William Alston, as follows:
1. Martin F. Norris (b. 1842) m. 1866 Martha M. Lipford (b. 1844).
2. Henry Frances Lipford (b. 1823) m. 1841 Rhoda Casey (d. 1908).
3. H. F. M. Lipford (b. 1796) m. 1819 Frances A. Tait (d. 1827).
4. William Hudson Tait (b. 1770) m. Nancy Alston.
5. William Alston m. 1774 Charity Alston (cousins).
William Alston was a member of the Committee of Safety for Halifax County, N. C., 1774, a member of the Provincial Congress, 1775, and of the Constitutional Convention, 1776. He was appointed lieutenant-colonel of the 3rd regiment, Continental troops, 1777. He was born in Warren County, N. C.; died in Elbert County, Ga.
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Mrs. Myra Banks Brown.
DAR ID Number: 92961
Born in Marianna, Ark.
Wife of James Penn Brown.
Descendant of Capt. James Jones, as follows:
1. Charles Hardy Banks (1838-1912) m. 1866 Myrtice Freeman (1843-95).
2. Lemuel Banks (1860-54) m. Louisa Tait (1812-96).
3. Ralph Banks (1757-1823) m. 1788 Rachel Jones (d. 1851).
4. James Jones m. Charity Alston (b. 1743).
James Jones (1730-77) was captain of Light Horse Cavalry. He was a member of the Provincial Congress, 1776, and represented his county in the Senate. He was born and died in Wake County, N. C.
Also Nos. 66516, 66729.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100
page 15
Mrs. Lucile King Donahue.
DAR ID Number: 99042
Born in Monroe County, Ala.
Wife of James L. Donohue.
Descendant of William Goode, as follows:
1. William Dock King, Jr. (b. 1866), m. 1889 Fannie Adams Homer (b. 1870).
2. William Dock King (1826-66) m. Rebecca Singleton Tait (1830-97).
[p.15] 3. James Asbury Tait m. 1814 Elizabeth Caroline Goode (1794-1865).
4. William Goode m. 1789 Sara James (1770-1817).
William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.
 

Mrs. Carita Green Player.
DAR ID Number: 104195
Descendant of William Goode, as follows:
1. Samuel L. Green m. Louise Tait.
2. Charles Tait (1815-78) m. 1848 Louise McWilliams (1827-97).
3. James Asbury Tait (1791-1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865).
4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah James (1770-1817).
William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.

 
Mrs. Faith Larkin Watson.
DAR ID Number: 113624
Born in Athens, Texas.
Descendant of William Goode and of Col. John Ervin, as follows:
1. William Cassin Larkin (d. 1896) m. 2nd 1888 Jennie Fee Ervin (b. 1851).
2. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Asbury Tait (1826-1905).
3. James A. Tait (d. 1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865); Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd Mary Ann Gullet (1781-1831).
4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah Janes (1770-1817); John Ervin m. 1775 Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).
William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.
 

Mrs. Leila Ervin Mcdaniel.
DAR ID Number: 115593
Born in Camden, Ala.
Wife of Dr. Arthur Shaw McDaniel.
Descendant of Capt. John Ervin, as follows:
1. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Tait (1826-1905).
2. Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd 1820 Mary Eades Gullett (1800-31).
3. John Ervin m. 1st, 1775, Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).
John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.
 
Search Results Search Terms: TAIT (41) Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.) Combined Matches: 41  Previous Hits Next Hits The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 page 1 Mrs. Abbie Loveland Tait. DAR ID Number: 101002  Born in Lamoile County, Vt.  Wife of William Robert Tait.  Descendant of Ensign Malachi Loveland, as follows:  1. Calvin R. Loveland (b. 1831) m. 1856 Helen Elizabeth Nutting (1836-80).  2. Moses B. Loveland (1803-83) m. 1828 Emily Fairbanks (1806-70).  3. Epaphroditus Loveland (b. 1758) m. 1782 Eunice Bascum (1763-1810).  4. Malachi Loveland m. 1757 Priscilla Norkott (d. 1836).  Malachi Loveland (1736-99) served as ensign in Capt. Jonathan Rudd's company, Connecticut militia, in the Rhode Island expedition, 1778. He was born in Glasgo, Conn.; died in Middlefield, Mass.  Also No. 47593.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 66 Mrs. Carita Green Player. DAR ID Number: 104195  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Samuel L. Green m. Louise Tait.  2. Charles Tait (1815-78) m. 1848 Louise McWilliams (1827-97).  3. James Asbury Tait (1791-1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah James (1770-1817).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.  Also No. 99042.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 66 Mrs. Ultima Green Cruse. DAR ID Number: 104196  Wife of P. R. Cruse.  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Samuel L. Green m. Louise Tait.  See No. 104195.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 page 127 Mrs. Daisy Call Tait. DAR ID Number: 108425  Born in Hillsboro, Texas.  Wife of Herbert Allen Tait.  Descendant of Col. Anthony Bledsoe, as follows:  1. Edward Oswald Call m. 1881 Mollie Ward Buck (b. 1858).  See No. 108424.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 151 [p.151] Mrs. Mary Underwood Lyons. DAR ID Number: 113455  Born in Hillsdale, Mich.  Wife of William Tait Lyons.  Descendant of William Porter, Johnathan Franklin, John Allen, and Ensign Ephraim Kingsbury, as follows:  1. George Wellington Underwood (1814-84) m. 2nd 1856 Betsey Jane Porter (1827-98).  2. Oliver Kingsbury Porter (1789-1861) m. 1812 Betsey Franklin (1793-1874); Kingsley Underwood (1770-1849) m. 1793 Elizabeth Allen (1771-1823).  3. William Porter m. 1st 1784 Phebe Kingsbury (b. 1765); Jonathan Franklin m. 1781 Bethia Grant (1758-1819); John Allen m. 1765 Elizabeth Allen (1742-1803).  4. Ephraim Kingsbury m. 1758 Phebe Hyde French (1741-1828).  William Porter (1760-1850) enlisted in the 1st company, 2nd Connecticut regiment, 1775. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Lyme, N. H.  Also No. 97431.  Jonathan Franklin was placed on the New Hampshire pension roll, 1832, for service as sergeant, Massachusetts militia. He was born, 1753, in Rehoboth, Mass., died in Lyme, N. H.  Also No. 55229.  John Allen (1732-1803) served as private in Capt. Caleb Whiting's company, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment, 1778. He died in Sturbridge, Mass.  Ephraim Kingsbury (1738-1826) served as ensign, Connecticut Line. He was born in Franklin, died in Coventry, Conn.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 208 Mrs. Faith Larkin Watson. DAR ID Number: 113624  Born in Athens, Texas.  Descendant of William Goode and of Col. John Ervin, as follows:  1. William Cassin Larkin (d. 1896) m. 2nd 1888 Jennie Fee Ervin (b. 1851).  2. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Asbury Tait (1826-1905).  3. James A. Tait (d. 1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865); Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd Mary Ann Gullet (1781-1831).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah Janes (1770-1817); John Ervin m. 1775 Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.  Also No. 104195.  John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.  Also No. 88101.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 186 Mrs. Leila Ervin Mcdaniel. DAR ID Number: 115593  Born in Camden, Ala.  Wife of Dr. Arthur Shaw McDaniel.  Descendant of Capt. John Ervin, as follows:  1. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Tait (1826-1905).  2. Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd 1820 Mary Eades Gullett (1800-31).  3. John Ervin m. 1st, 1775, Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).  John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.  Also No. 88101.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 291 [p.291] Mrs. Annie Morrissette King Gaines. DAR ID Number: 117928  Born in Marengo County, Ala.  Wife of R. H. Gaines.  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Paul King (1856-1911) m. 1880 Clementine De Loach (b. 1859).  2. William D. King (1826-66) m. Rebecca Singleton Tait (1830-97).  3. James Asbury Tait (b. 1791) m. Elizabeth Caroline Goode (1794-1865).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah James (1770-1817).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.

Search Results Search Terms: TAIT (41) Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.) Combined Matches: 41  Previous Hits Next Hits The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 page 1 Mrs. Abbie Loveland Tait. DAR ID Number: 101002  Born in Lamoile County, Vt.  Wife of William Robert Tait.  Descendant of Ensign Malachi Loveland, as follows:  1. Calvin R. Loveland (b. 1831) m. 1856 Helen Elizabeth Nutting (1836-80).  2. Moses B. Loveland (1803-83) m. 1828 Emily Fairbanks (1806-70).  3. Epaphroditus Loveland (b. 1758) m. 1782 Eunice Bascum (1763-1810).  4. Malachi Loveland m. 1757 Priscilla Norkott (d. 1836).  Malachi Loveland (1736-99) served as ensign in Capt. Jonathan Rudd's company, Connecticut militia, in the Rhode Island expedition, 1778. He was born in Glasgo, Conn.; died in Middlefield, Mass.  Also No. 47593.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 66 Mrs. Carita Green Player. DAR ID Number: 104195  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Samuel L. Green m. Louise Tait.  2. Charles Tait (1815-78) m. 1848 Louise McWilliams (1827-97).  3. James Asbury Tait (1791-1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah James (1770-1817).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.  Also No. 99042.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 66 Mrs. Ultima Green Cruse. DAR ID Number: 104196  Wife of P. R. Cruse.  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Samuel L. Green m. Louise Tait.  See No. 104195.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 109 page 127 Mrs. Daisy Call Tait. DAR ID Number: 108425  Born in Hillsboro, Texas.  Wife of Herbert Allen Tait.  Descendant of Col. Anthony Bledsoe, as follows:  1. Edward Oswald Call m. 1881 Mollie Ward Buck (b. 1858).  See No. 108424.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 151 [p.151] Mrs. Mary Underwood Lyons. DAR ID Number: 113455  Born in Hillsdale, Mich.  Wife of William Tait Lyons.  Descendant of William Porter, Johnathan Franklin, John Allen, and Ensign Ephraim Kingsbury, as follows:  1. George Wellington Underwood (1814-84) m. 2nd 1856 Betsey Jane Porter (1827-98).  2. Oliver Kingsbury Porter (1789-1861) m. 1812 Betsey Franklin (1793-1874); Kingsley Underwood (1770-1849) m. 1793 Elizabeth Allen (1771-1823).  3. William Porter m. 1st 1784 Phebe Kingsbury (b. 1765); Jonathan Franklin m. 1781 Bethia Grant (1758-1819); John Allen m. 1765 Elizabeth Allen (1742-1803).  4. Ephraim Kingsbury m. 1758 Phebe Hyde French (1741-1828).  William Porter (1760-1850) enlisted in the 1st company, 2nd Connecticut regiment, 1775. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Lyme, N. H.  Also No. 97431.  Jonathan Franklin was placed on the New Hampshire pension roll, 1832, for service as sergeant, Massachusetts militia. He was born, 1753, in Rehoboth, Mass., died in Lyme, N. H.  Also No. 55229.  John Allen (1732-1803) served as private in Capt. Caleb Whiting's company, Col. Benjamin Hawes' regiment, 1778. He died in Sturbridge, Mass.  Ephraim Kingsbury (1738-1826) served as ensign, Connecticut Line. He was born in Franklin, died in Coventry, Conn.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 208 Mrs. Faith Larkin Watson. DAR ID Number: 113624  Born in Athens, Texas.  Descendant of William Goode and of Col. John Ervin, as follows:  1. William Cassin Larkin (d. 1896) m. 2nd 1888 Jennie Fee Ervin (b. 1851).  2. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Asbury Tait (1826-1905).  3. James A. Tait (d. 1855) m. 1814 Caroline E. Goode (1794-1865); Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd Mary Ann Gullet (1781-1831).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah Janes (1770-1817); John Ervin m. 1775 Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as a private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.  Also No. 104195.  John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.  Also No. 88101.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 page 186 Mrs. Leila Ervin Mcdaniel. DAR ID Number: 115593  Born in Camden, Ala.  Wife of Dr. Arthur Shaw McDaniel.  Descendant of Capt. John Ervin, as follows:  1. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Tait (1826-1905).  2. Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3rd 1820 Mary Eades Gullett (1800-31).  3. John Ervin m. 1st, 1775, Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).  John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.  Also No. 88101.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 118 page 291 [p.291] Mrs. Annie Morrissette King Gaines. DAR ID Number: 117928  Born in Marengo County, Ala.  Wife of R. H. Gaines.  Descendant of William Goode, as follows:  1. Paul King (1856-1911) m. 1880 Clementine De Loach (b. 1859).  2. William D. King (1826-66) m. Rebecca Singleton Tait (1830-97).  3. James Asbury Tait (b. 1791) m. Elizabeth Caroline Goode (1794-1865).  4. William Goode m. 1789 Sarah James (1770-1817).  William Goode (1765-1837) served as private at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Powhatan County, Va.; died in Clarke County, Ala.  Also No. 99042.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 123 page 283 Mrs. Mary Britt Burns Butler. DAR ID Number: 122931  Born in Newport, Ark.  Wife of Tait Butler.  Descendant of Louis Vallandigham, as follows:  1. W. B. Burns (b. 1869) m. Georgie Mai Vallandigham (b. 1871).  2. Henry Craig Vallandigham (b. 1841) m. 1865 Laura M. Atkins (b. 1846).  3. George Vallandigham (1815-90) m. 1838 Amanda Ewins (1816-1901).  4. Thomas Drake Vallandigham (1790-1847) m. 1812 Jane Berry (1789-1876).  5. Louis Vallandigham m. Betsie Drake.  Louis Vallandigham (1761-1845) was placed on the pension roll of Fairfax County, Virginia, 1832, for service as private, Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Fairfax County, Va.; died in Owen County, Ky.  Also No. 78246.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128 page 296 Mrs. Caroline Ervin Phillips. DAR ID Number: 127934  Born in Wilcox, Ala.  Wife of James A. Phillips.  Descendant of Col. John Ervin, as follows:  1. Robert Hugh Ervin (1822-75) m. 1848 Sarah Asbury Tait (1826-1905).  2. Samuel Ervin (1776-1823) m. 3d 1820 Mary Ann (Eades) Gullett (1800-31).  3. John Ervin m. 1775 Jane Witherspoon (1753-90).  [p.296] John Ervin (1754-1820) commanded a regiment of South Carolina militia in Gen. Francis Marion's brigade. He was born in Williamsburg County; died in Marion County, S. C.
 
 

p.272] Miss Anne Campbell Walker.
DAR ID Number: 8734
Born in New Jersey.
Descendant of William Tate, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of James H. Walker and Emeline Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Tate and Virginia Potter, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William Tate and Elizabeth Newson, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Tate and Isabella Traill, his wife.
William Tate enlisted as mate on the “Mars” under Commodore Thomas Truxton. While he was serving the country his wife and children were among those who were obliged to flee from Boston after the battle of Lexington. He died in 1781, at the age of forty-three.

Mrs. Willie Walker Caldwell.
DAR ID Number: 10270
Born in Virginia.
Wife of Manley Morrison Caldwell.
Descendant of Capt. James Allen, of Virginia.
Daughter of Gen. James Alexander Walker and Sarah Poage, his wife.
Granddaughter of Maj. William Poage and Margaret Allen, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Allen, Jr., and Elizabeth Tate, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Allen and Margaret Anderson, his wife.
James Allen, who was born in Ireland, fought at the battle of Point Pleasant. He served in the militia, and was one of the freeholders in 1776 of Augusta county, who appealed to the Assembly for religious liberty. He died in 1810, aged ninety-four.

Miss Fanny Margaret Sanborn.
DAR ID Number: 11587
Born in Iowa.
Descendant of Capt. Reuben Kimball, of New Hampshire.
Daughter of John Eastman Sanborn, M. D., and Rebecca Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rev. Jacob Sanborn and Fanny Eastman, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Simcon Eastman and Anne Kimball, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Kimball and Miriam Collins, his wife.
Reuben Kimball was corporal in Col. John Stark's regiment at Bunker Hill where he was wounded. He was lieutenant in Capt. Joshua Abbott's company in the Burgoyne campaign, and served under Capt. Joshua Bayley, Whipple's brigade in the Rhode Island expedition. He died at Concord, N. H., 1815, aged eighty-five.

Mrs. Matilda Fentress Farrar. DAR ID Number: 13342  Born in Tennessee.  Wife of Girault Farrar.  Descendant of Matthew Talbot and Matthew Talbot, Jr., of Virginia.  Daughter of James Fentress and Mary Tate Perkins, his wife.  Granddaughter of Joseph Warren Perkins and Mary Ridgeley Talbot, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Eli Talbot and Delia Waters, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Talbot and Ruth Greer, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Matthew Talbot, Jr., and Mary Hale, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Mathew Talbot and Mary Williston, his wife.  Matthew Talbot was a patriot and his son, Matthew, who was born, 1760, and died, 1831, was a soldier in the war.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 15 page 9 Mrs. G. Fannie Hill Harding. DAR ID Number: 14021  Born in Kentucky.  Wife of William J. Harding.  Descendant of John Shotwell, of Kentucky.  Daughter of Gabriel Farnsley Tate and Alfred Ann Shotwell, his wife.  Granddaughter of Alfred Lawrence Shotwell and Gabriella Breckenridge, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Preston Breckenridge and Elizabeth Trigg, his wife; William Shotwell and Frances Triplett, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Breckenridge and Letitia Preston, his wife; John Shotwell and Abigail Shipman, his wife.  John Shotwell, (1753-1826), served in the Morris county, [p.9] New Jersey, militia. He was a pioneer settler of Kentucky, where he was a magistrate, and a Baptist elder. He died in Mason county.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16 page 15 Mrs. Anne Jordan Tiffany. DAR ID Number: 155052  Born in Newbern, Va.  Wife of Belmont Tiffany.  Descendant of James Allen, as follows:  1. James Russell Jordan (1860-1912) m. 1883 Margaret Walker (b. 1859).  2. James Alexander Walker (1832-1901) m. 1858 Sara Poage (1835-1903).  3. William Poage (1781-1855) m. 1811 Margaret Allen (1794-1864).  4. James Allen (b. 1770) m. 1793 Elizabeth Tate (b. 1775).  5. James Allen m. Margaret Anderson (b. 1735).  James Allen (1716-1810) was a road surveyor in Virginia, and served as private at the Battle of Point Pleasant. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Augusta County, Va.    Mrs. Ruth Hargrave Cherry Cutliff. DAR ID Number: 155104  Born in Chatham, Va.  Descendant of Dr. Daniel Brown, and of Col. James Calloway, as follows:  1. William Allan Cherry (b. 1860) m. 1894 Margaret Hargrave (b. 1858).  2. Jesse Hamlin Hargrave (b. 1822) m. 1850 Ruth Thomas Hunt (1825-62).  3. John Hunt (1780-1841) m. Sally Tate Brown (1784-1862).  4. Daniel Brown m. 1781 (Polly) Mary Calloway.  5. James Calloway m. 1st 1758 Sarah Tate.  Daniel Brown (1748-95) was a surgeon in the 14th Virginia regiment commanded by Col. Charles Lewis. He was born in Goshen, N. Y.; died in Virginia.  James Calloway (1736-1809) served as county lieutenant of Bedford County, Va., with the rank of colonel, and was active in suppressing conspiracies of the Tories. He was born in Bedford County; died in Virginia.    Miss Catherine Dunn. DAR ID Number: 20910  Born in Evansville, Indiana.  Descendant of Capt. Jacob Piatt.  Daughter of Jacob Piatt Dunn and Harriet Louisa Tate, his wife.  Granddaughter of Isaac Dunn and Francis Piatt, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Piatt and Hannah McCullough, his wife.  Jacob Piatt, (1747-1834), held the rank of captain and was an original member of the Cincinnati of New Jersey.    Mrs. Martha Sample Smith. DAR ID Number: 21318  Born in Bedford, Pennsylvania.  Wife of Albert S. Smith, M. D.  Descendant of Lieut. James Hamilton, of Pennsylvania.  Daughter of Samuel Hamilton Tate and Virginia Barbour Dillon, his wife.  Granddaughter of Samuel Tate and Jane Mary Hamilton, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of James Hamilton and Catharine Carrigan, his first wife.  James Hamilton, (1743-1815), served as lieutenant of the Third Company, Seventh Battalion, Lancaster county militia, 1777. His commission is still in the family. He was born and died in Lancaster county.    [p.264] Mrs. Lida W. S. Evans.             SEE JAMES TATE BIO DAR ID Number: 24742  Born in Fulton, Missouri.  Wife of Henry Clay Evans.  Descendant of Capt. James Tate.  Daughter of Dr. E. Tate Scott and Louisa Offut, his wife.  Granddaughter of Rev. William Scott and Sarah Hall Tate, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of John Tate and Elizabeth McClanathan, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Tate and Sarah Hall, his wife.  James Tate, (1745-81), commanded a company at the battle of Guilford Court House, where he lost his    Mrs. Harriet Tate Coit. DAR ID Number: 25655  Born in New London, Connecticut.  Wife of Horace Coit.  Descendant of William Tate, of Massachusetts.  Daughter of Robert Francis Tate and Louise Amanda Brown, his wife.  Granddaughter of Capt. Robert Newson Tate and Harriet Rumsey, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of William Tate and Isabella Traill, his wife.  William Tate, (1738-81), enlisted as a mate on the Mars under Commodore Thomas Truxton. While he was serving the country his wife and children were obliged to flee from the city. He was born in Boston, Mass., where he died.     Mrs. Susanna Patton Tate Osgood. DAR ID Number: 33217  Born in Lawrence, Pennsylvania.  Wife of Luther P. Osgood.  Descendant of Col. John Henry Antes, Philip Barnhart and John Magee, all of Pennsylvania  Daughter of Miles Wilbur Tate (1844-1904) and Mary Catherine McGee, his wife, m. 1867.  Granddaughter of Philip McGee (1818-88) and Sarah Ann Ennis (1821-48), his wife, m. 1843.  Gr.-granddaughter of Rev. James McGee (1791-1856) and Mary Barnhart (1796-1855), his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Magee and Elizabeth Holt (1764-1844), his wife; Philip Barnhart and Elizabeth Antes, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Henry Antes and Anna Maria Paulin (1731-67), his first wife.  John Henry Antes, (1736-1820), was Justice of the Peace of Northumberland county, 1775 and served as scout and sheriff. He had command of the Associators of the frontier and the stockade was called Fort Ann, 1777. He is buried near the fort he so ably defended. He was born in Montgomery county, Pa.  Also No. 16463.  [p.80] Philip Barnhart, (1757-1843), volunteered from Montgomery county under Capt. Prutzman, 1776, and 1777 was drafted under Capt. Joyce. He applied for a pension 1833, from Centre county, Pa., where he died.   Mrs. Harriet Rooker Tate Douw. DAR ID Number: 33761  Born in Washington, D. C.  Wife of John de Peyster Douw.  Descendant of Commodore Walter Brooke.  Daughter of Robert William Tate and Mary Brooke Lane, his wife.  Granddaughter of Charles H. Lane and Anne Elizabeth Rooker, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Jabez B. Rooker and Mary Brooke, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Walter Brooke and Anne Brooke, his wife.  Walter Brooke was commodore of the Virginia navy 1777 and resigned his commission 1778 on account of failing health. He was succeeded by Commodore Barron who had been a [p.276] captain under him. He was born in Charles county, Md.; died 1798 in Fairfax county, Va.    Miss Elizabeth Bray Johnson. DAR ID Number: 35293  Born in Windham, Maine.  Descendant of Maj. James Johnson, of Maine.  Daughter of Charles Pope Johnson and Harriet Rogers Berry, his wife.  Granddaughter of Charles Johnson and Ann Tate, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of James Johnson and Elizabeth Porterfield, his wife.  James Johnson, (1735-1831), served as lieutenant, 1775, and as major, 1780, in Col. Joseph Prime's regiment of Cumberland County militia. He was born in Falmouth; died in Poland, Maine.    Mrs. Annie Tate Weaver. DAR ID Number: 36156  Born in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Wife of John Van Alstyne Weaver.  Descendant of Mary Barber Graham, of North Carolina.  Daughter of Thomas R. Tate and Mary Cornelia Overman, his wife.  Granddaughter of Charles Overman and Annie Louise Allison, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of William Allison (b. 1780) and Peggy Young, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Robert Allison (1750-1804) and Sarah Fraham (d. 1825), his wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Graham (1714-63) and Mary (McConnell) Barber, his 2d wife, m. 1750.  Mary Barber Graham, (1720-91), was a patriot of the Revolution. She was a widow who moved from Pennsylvania 1768, with five children, into Mecklenburg Co., N. C. Her sons, Joseph, George and John served in the army and gained distinction, while she nursed the wounded. She is buried in Charlotte, N. C.       Mrs. Ellen Weakley White. DAR ID Number: 38108  Born in Lancaster, Ohio.  Widow of Thomas Ustick White.  Descendant of Capt. James Anderson, Jr., of Pennsylvania.  Daughter of James Anderson Weakley and Eleanor Van Pelt, his wife.  Granddaughter of Nathaniel Weakley and Margaret Anderson (1769-1800), his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of James Anderson, Jr. and Jean Tate (1751-77), his first wife.  James Anderson, Jr., (1741-99), commanded a company in the Associated Battalion, the militia of Lancaster Co., where he was born and died.   Mrs. Estelle Steptoe Wharton. DAR ID Number: 41662  Born in Lynchburg, Virginia.  Wife of Charles W. Wharton.  Descendant of Lieut. James Callaway, of Virginia.  Daughter of Fayette Steptoe and Maria Louisa Watson, his wife.  Granddaughter of George Steptoe and Maria Thomas, his wife.  [p.249] Gr.-granddaughter of James Steptoe and Francis Callaway, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Callaway and Sarah Tate, his first wife, m. 1758    Miss Kate Innes Harris. DAR ID Number: 41669  Born in Nashville, Tennessee.  Descendant of Capt. Nathan Reid, Lieut. James Calloway and Judge Harry Innes, of Virginia.  Daughter of Thomas Alexander Harris and Frances Thorpe Reid, his wife.  Granddaughter of Hector Harris and Katharine Alexander, his wife; Francis Thorpe Reid and Elizabeth Maury, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Reid and Sophia Thorpe, his wife; Thomas Alexander and Elizabeth Innes, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Reid and Martha Reid, his wife; Harry Innes and Elizabeth Callaway, his first wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Callaway and Sarah P. Tate, his first wife, m. 1758.  [p.252] Nathan Reid, (1753-1830), commanded a company at Brandywine where he was wounded. He served with distinction until the close of the war. He was born in Botetourt county; died in Bedford county, Va.  Also Nos. 6316, 30886.  James Calloway, (1736-1809), was county lieutenant 1780 of Bedford county, where he was born and died.  Harry Innes, (1752-1816), was appointed by the Committee of Safety to superintend the lead mines of Wytheville, Va. He was born in Caroline county, Va.; died in Kentucky.    Miss Kate Innes Harris. DAR ID Number: 41669  Born in Nashville, Tennessee.  Descendant of Capt. Nathan Reid, Lieut. James Calloway and Judge Harry Innes, of Virginia.  Daughter of Thomas Alexander Harris and Frances Thorpe Reid, his wife.  Granddaughter of Hector Harris and Katharine Alexander, his wife; Francis Thorpe Reid and Elizabeth Maury, his wife.  Gr.-granddaughter of Nathan Reid and Sophia Thorpe, his wife; Thomas Alexander and Elizabeth Innes, his wife.  Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Reid and Martha Reid, his wife; Harry Innes and Elizabeth Callaway, his first wife.  Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Callaway and Sarah P. Tate, his first wife, m. 1758.  [p.252] Nathan Reid, (1753-1830), commanded a company at Brandywine where he was wounded. He served with distinction until the close of the war. He was born in Botetourt county; died in Bedford county, Va.  Also Nos. 6316, 30886.  James Calloway, (1736-1809), was county lieutenant 1780 of Bedford county, where he was born and died.  Harry Innes, (1752-1816), was appointed by the Committee of Safety to superintend the lead mines of Wytheville, Va. He was born in Caroline county, Va.; died in Kentucky.

Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Tate Montgomery. DAR ID Number: 46702  Born in Washington, D. C.  Wife of Charles Montgomery.  Descendant of Commodore Walter Brooke.  Daughter of Robert William Tate and Mary Brooke Lane, his wife.  Granddaughter of Charles H. Lane and Anne Elizabeth Rooker, his wife.  [p.326] Gr-granddaughter of Jabez B. Rooker and Mary Brooke, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of Walter Brooke and Anne Brooke, his wife.  Walter Brooke was commodore of the Virginia navy 1777 and resigned his commission 1778 on account of failing health. He was succeeded by Commodore Barron who had been a captain under him. He was born in Charles County, Md.; died 1798 in Fairfax County, Va.  Also No. 33761.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 page 347 Mrs. Florence Walton Gorham. DAR ID Number: 46747  Born in Rockford, Ill.  Wife of Charles Edward Gorham.  Descendant of Battaile Muse of Virginia.  Daughter of Rev. Jeremiah Evarts Walton and Helen Mar Randall, his wife.  Granddaughter of Rev. William Clairborne Walton and Lucinda Muse, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Battaile Muse and Margaret (Peggy) Tate, his wife, m. 1785.  Battaile Muse (1751-1803) from Fauquier County, was honorably discharged 1777, he being unable to perform the duties of a soldier. He was born and died in Virginia.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 48 page 341 Mrs. Evangeline Campbell Peterson. DAR ID Number: 47720  Born in Rockville, Ind.  Wife of A. G. Peterson.  Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Ten Brook.  Daughter of John Ten Brook Campbell and Annie Butterfield, his wife.  Granddaughter of Joseph Campbell and Rachel Ten Brook, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Conrad Ten Brook and Elisabeth Tate, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Ten Brook and Katie Emmons, his 2nd wife.  John Ten Brook (1738-1820) served as major and lieutenant colonel of New Jersey militia. He was born in Harlingen, N. J.; died near Northumberland, Pa.  Also No. 26028.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 48 page 384 [p.384] Mrs. May Walton Kent. DAR ID Number: 47805  Born in Newtown, Va.  Wife of Tyler Gatewood Kent.  Descendant of Battaile Muse.  Daughter of Edward Payson Walton and Janet Cringham Skinner, his wife.  Granddaughter of William Claiborne Walton and Lucinda Muse, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Battaile Muse and Peggy Tate, his wife.  Battaile Muse (1751-1803) served as a soldier in the revolution from Fauquier County, Va., and was honorably discharged 1777 as being unable to perform the duties of a soldier. He was born and died in Virginia.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 110 Mrs. Willie Hunt Jeffress Lewis. DAR ID Number: 48229  Born in Charlotte Co., Va.  Wife of Henry Fitz Hugh Lewis.  Descendant of John Jeffress, Capt. David Hunt, James Hunt, Lieut. James Callaway, James Jennings and Dr. Daniel Brown.  Daughter of Edward H. Jeffress (1840-1903) and Sallie Browne Overbey, his wife (b. 1845), m. 1861.  Granddaughter of Luther C. Jeffress (1817-49) and Bettie H. Wilson (1823-79), his wife; Isaac Overbey and Martha Hunt, his 2nd wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Edward L. Jeffress (1794-1873) and Dicy Hall Fowlkes (1800-38), his 1st wife, m. 1815; John Hunt and Sallie Tate Brown, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Jeffress and Mary Jordan, his wife; David Hunt and Nancy Richardson, his wife; John Fowlkes (1777-1838) and Elizabeth D. Jennings, his wife; Daniel Brown and Mary Callaway, his wife, m. 1781.  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Hunt and Sarah Whitlock, his wife; James Jennings and Nancy Dickerson, his wife; James Callaway and Sarah Tate, his wife, m. 1758.  John Jeffress (1761-1829) served as a private in Capt. Thomas W. Ewell's company, Col. George Gibson's 1st Virginia State regiment. He was born and died in Virginia.  David Hunt (1745-1826) in 1782 commanded a company in Pittsylvania County, Va. He was born in Charlotte County, died in Pittsylvania County, Va.  James Hunt was a soldier in the Virginia line. His widow drew a pension. He was born and died in Charlotte County, Va.  [p.110] James Callaway (1736-1809) was county lieutenant 1780 of Bedford County, where he was born and died.  James Jennings (1756-1826) served as a private in Capt. John Morton's company, 4th Virginia regiment of Foot, under Col. Thomas Elliott. In 1777 he served in Col. Robert Lawson's regiment. He was born and died in Virginia.  Daniel Brown (1748-95) was a surgeon in the 14th Virginia regiment commanded by Col. Charles Lewis. He was born in Goshen, N. Y.; died in Virginia.    .  .   The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 page 326 Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Tate Montgomery. DAR ID Number: 46702  Born in Washington, D. C.  Wife of Charles Montgomery.  Descendant of Commodore Walter Brooke.  Daughter of Robert William Tate and Mary Brooke Lane, his wife.  Granddaughter of Charles H. Lane and Anne Elizabeth Rooker, his wife.  [p.326] Gr-granddaughter of Jabez B. Rooker and Mary Brooke, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of Walter Brooke and Anne Brooke, his wife.  Walter Brooke was commodore of the Virginia navy 1777 and resigned his commission 1778 on account of failing health. He was succeeded by Commodore Barron who had been a captain under him. He was born in Charles County, Md.; died 1798 in Fairfax County, Va.   Mrs. Florence Walton Gorham. DAR ID Number: 46747  Born in Rockford, Ill.  Wife of Charles Edward Gorham.  Descendant of Battaile Muse of Virginia.  Daughter of Rev. Jeremiah Evarts Walton and Helen Mar Randall, his wife.  Granddaughter of Rev. William Clairborne Walton and Lucinda Muse, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Battaile Muse and Margaret (Peggy) Tate, his wife, m. 1785.  Battaile Muse (1751-1803) from Fauquier County, was honorably discharged 1777, he being unable to perform the duties of a soldier. He was born and died in Virginia.      Mrs. Evangeline Campbell Peterson. DAR ID Number: 47720  Born in Rockville, Ind.  Wife of A. G. Peterson.  Descendant of Lieut. Col. John Ten Brook.  Daughter of John Ten Brook Campbell and Annie Butterfield, his wife.  Granddaughter of Joseph Campbell and Rachel Ten Brook, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Conrad Ten Brook and Elisabeth Tate, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Ten Brook and Katie Emmons, his 2nd wife.  John Ten Brook (1738-1820) served as major and lieutenant colonel of New Jersey militia. He was born in Harlingen, N. J.; died near Northumberland, Pa.
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[p.171] Mrs. Florence Lee Tate.
DAR ID Number: 52366
Born in Lynchburg, Va.
Wife of James D. Tate.
Descendant of Ensign John Lee, Zedekiah Shumaker, William Lee, Jacob Anderson, Col. Jeremiah Early, and Capt. Charles Callaway.
Daughter of Joseph Lindsay Lee (b. 1840) and Emma James Franklin (b. 1845), his wife, m. 1861.
Granddaughter of Richard Alexander Lee (1814-99) and Mary Jane Shumaker (1821-1912), his wife, m. 1835; John Franklin (1804-55) and Martha Jane Anderson (1805-46), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Beverly Lee (1774-1824) and Rebecca (Lee) (d. 1838), his wife, m. 1799; John Anderson (1768-1825) and Sarah Callaway (1775-1848), his wife, m. 1797; Lindsay Shumaker (1781-1867) and Elizabeth Doil (1790-1881), his wife, m. 1814.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Lee and Tabitha -, his wife, m. 1769 (parents of Beverly);

Charles Callaway and Judith Early (b. 1762), his wife; [C. B.'s ancestry]

 Jacob Anderson and Mary Callaway (1741-1827), his wife; Zedekiah Shumaker and Miss Peters, his wife; William Lee and Ava Noel, his wife (parents of Rebecca).

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Early and Sarah Anderson, his wife. [ Judith Early's paretns]

John Lee (1748-1818) was commissioned ensign, 1775, 1st Virginia regiment, Revolutionary War. He died in Campbell County, Va.
Zedekiah Shumaker (1753-1841) served, 1776-78, as a private in Capt. William McKee's company, from Amherst County, Va. He was born in Germany.
William Lee (1734-1802) served as private in Captain Cobb's company of militia, 1781, for the aid of southern States. He died in Bedford County, Va.
Jacob Anderson (1731-1822) enlisted as a private in Capt. Isaac Israel's company, 8th Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia.
[p.172] Jeremiah Early (1730-79) in 1778 served as lieutenant colonel and subsequently promoted colonel in the Revolutionary War. He was born in Bedford County, Va.
Charles Callaway (1752-1827) enlisted, 1777, as a private in “Hazen's” regiment of Continental troops, and in 1779 was lieutenant and promoted captain, 1781. He was born and died in Virginia.
 

 Zedekiah Shumaker (1753-1841) served, 1776-78, as a private in Capt. William McKee's company, from Amherst County, Va. He was born in Germany.
William Lee (1734-1802) served as private in Captain Cobb's company of militia, 1781, for the aid of southern States. He died in Bedford County, Va.
Jacob Anderson (1731-1822) enlisted as a private in Capt. Isaac Israel's company, 8th Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia.
[p.172] Jeremiah Early (1730-79) in 1778 served as lieutenant colonel and subsequently promoted colonel in the Revolutionary War. He was born in Bedford County, Va.
Charles Callaway (1752-1827) enlisted, 1777, as a private in “Hazen's” regiment of Continental troops, and in 1779 was lieutenant and promoted captain, 1781. He was born and died in Virginia.

Search Results Search Terms: TATE (191) Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.) Combined Matches: 191  Previous Hits Next Hits The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 52 page 210 Mrs. Maude Powell Carpenter. DAR ID Number: 51485  Born in Catawba, N. C.  Wife of David J. Carpenter.  Descendant of Robert Johnston Miller.  Daughter of Tate Powell and Lucy (Powell), his wife.  Granddaughter of Nelson Powell and Mary Sumter, his wife (parents of Lucy).  Gr-granddaughter of John Sumter and Amelia Miller, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of Robert Johnston Miller and Mary Perkins, his wife.  Robert Johnston Miller (1758-1834), enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Nathan Reed's company, 14th Virginia regiment. He was born in Scotland; died in Caldwell County, N. C.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 53 page 11 Miss Emma Elizabeth Finley. DAR ID Number: 52027  Born in Marshall County, Miss.  Descendant of Capt. John Grigsby, of Virginia.  Daughter of George James Finley and Nannie Dunlap, his wife.  Granddaughter of John Tate Finley and Mary Jane Greenbee, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of James Greenbee and Mary Paxton, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Paxton and Jane Grigsby, his wife.  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Grigsby and Elizabeth Porter, his 2nd wife.  John Grigsby (1720-94) commanded a company in the 13th Virginia regiment. He was born in Stafford County, Va.; died in Rockbridge County.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 53 page 172 [p.171] Mrs. Florence Lee Tate. DAR ID Number: 52366  Born in Lynchburg, Va.  Wife of James D. Tate.  Descendant of Ensign John Lee, Zedekiah Shumaker, William Lee, Jacob Anderson, Col. Jeremiah Early, and Capt. Charles Callaway.  Daughter of Joseph Lindsay Lee (b. 1840) and Emma James Franklin (b. 1845), his wife, m. 1861.  Granddaughter of Richard Alexander Lee (1814-99) and Mary Jane Shumaker (1821-1912), his wife, m. 1835; John Franklin (1804-55) and Martha Jane Anderson (1805-46), his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Beverly Lee (1774-1824) and Rebecca (Lee) (d. 1838), his wife, m. 1799; John Anderson (1768-1825) and Sarah Callaway (1775-1848), his wife, m. 1797; Lindsay Shumaker (1781-1867) and Elizabeth Doil (1790-1881), his wife, m. 1814.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Lee and Tabitha -, his wife, m. 1769 (parents of Beverly); Charles Callaway and Judith Early (b. 1762), his wife; Jacob Anderson and Mary Callaway (1741-1827), his wife; Zedekiah Shumaker and Miss Peters, his wife; William Lee and Ava Noel, his wife (parents of Rebecca).  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jeremiah Early and Sarah Anderson, his wife.  John Lee (1748-1818) was commissioned ensign, 1775, 1st Virginia regiment, Revolutionary War. He died in Campbell County, Va.  Zedekiah Shumaker (1753-1841) served, 1776-78, as a private in Capt. William McKee's company, from Amherst County, Va. He was born in Germany.  William Lee (1734-1802) served as private in Captain Cobb's company of militia, 1781, for the aid of southern States. He died in Bedford County, Va.  Jacob Anderson (1731-1822) enlisted as a private in Capt. Isaac Israel's company, 8th Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia.  [p.172] Jeremiah Early (1730-79) in 1778 served as lieutenant colonel and subsequently promoted colonel in the Revolutionary War. He was born in Bedford County, Va.  Charles Callaway (1752-1827) enlisted, 1777, as a private in “Hazen's” regiment of Continental troops, and in 1779 was lieutenant and promoted captain, 1781. He was born and died in Virginia.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 416 [p.416] Mrs. Clara Tate Brooks. DAR ID Number: 53924  Born in Rockville, Ind.  Wife of Herbert Brooks.  Descendant of William Holt, of Connecticut.  Daughter of John H. Tate and Emma M. Holt, his wife.  Granddaughter of David Holt, Jr., and Ann Lemon, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of David Holt and Elizabeth Hempstead, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Holt and Elizabeth Hempstead, his wife.  William Holt (1736-1810) was a private in Capt. Nathaniel Wales' company, Col. Jeremiah Mason's regiment of militia, 1776. He was born in New London; died in Groton.  Also No. 42876.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 56 page 216 Mrs. Lena Salmon Brooks. DAR ID Number: 55472  Born in Tate County, Miss.  Wife of Berry Brooks.  Descendant of James Drake and of Albrittian Drake.  Daughter of Joseph Miller Salmon and Annice Wells Williams, his wife.  Granddaughter of David D. Salmon and Ruth Drake, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of John Drake and Elizabeth Alford, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of Albrittian Drake and Ruth Collins, his wife.  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Drake and Sophia (Valentine) Bridges, his wife.  James Drake (1725-90) was a patriot of Nash County, whose home was attacked by the Tories and in the defense he was badly wounded. He was born in Virginia; died in Edgecomb, S. C.  Also No. 23092.  Albrittian Drake (1761-1841) when seventeen years of age was in a corps of Light Horse scouring the County for Tories.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 57 page 192 Miss Bessie Dew Martin. DAR ID Number: 56556  Born in New York, N. Y.  Descendant of Capt. John Martin, Elizabeth Marshall Martin, Nathaniel Terry, and Ensign John Oliver.  Daughter of Alfred Wellborn Martin and Edmonia Tate, his wife.  Granddaughter of Edmund Howard Martin, M. D., and Emily Caroline Wellborn, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Hon. Edmund Martin and Mary Ann Maner, his wife; Alfred Wellborn and Elizabeth Terry Martin, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Martin and Elizabeth Terry, his 2nd wife (parents of Edmund); Marshall Martin and Jane McCarty Oliver, his wife (parents of Elizabeth).  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Terry and Sarah Dickinson, his wife; John Oliver and Rhoda Goodman, his wife; Abram Martin and Elizabeth Marshall, his wife.  John Martin (1749-1813) gave military aid and civil service from Edgefield, S. C., where he was born and died.  Elizabeth Marshall Martin had seven sons in the field and was one of the heroines of the Revolution.  Nathaniel Terry was a member of the House of Burgesses and of the House of Delegates of Virginia.  John Oliver (1750-99) served in the North Carolina Line as ensign. He was born in Petersburg, Va.; died in Wilkes County, Ga.  Also Nos. 30649, 38421.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 58 page 27 Mrs. May Mourning Faris Mckinney. DAR ID Number: 57080  Born in Hickman, Ky.  Wife of Roy W. McKinney.  Descendant of Alexander Faris, Capt. William Thrift Hughlett, Samuel Harris, and David Wood.  Daughter of Alexander Allen Faris (1840-1905) and Florence Goalder (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1871.  Granddaughter of Richard Faris (1814-61) and Ethalinda Hall Harris (1820-61), his wife; James Thomas Goalder and Sara Wilson, his wife.  Gr-granddaughter of Alexander Faris and Elizabeth Strain, his wife; Abner Harris and Mary Stevenson, his wife; Christopher Goalder (1784-1868) and Henrietta Sandridge (1793-1883), his wife, m. 1811; Samuel Wilson and Elizabeth Hughlett, his wife.  Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Harris and Mary Dixon Wilson, his wife; John Sandridge (1760-1832) and Mary Wood (1762-1824), his wife; William Thrift Hughlett and Mary Tate, his wife.  Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of David Wood and Mary Watson, his wife.  [p.27] Alexander Faris (1758-1841) served, 1779, as a private horseman, under General Williamson, at Briar Creek, and, 1780, under Capt. Robert Thompson at Ramsour's Mills. He was born and died in South Carolina.  William Thrift Hughlett (1757-1827) served as captain in the North Carolina militia, under Gen. Martin Armstrong, and was at the battle of King's Mountain. He was born in North Carolina; died in Hickman County, Tenn.  Samuel Harris (1733-96) was a member of the Committee of Safety of Rowan County, N. C., 1775, and aided the cause in a financial way. He died in Iredell County, N. C
 

 Mrs. Louise Brooks Westwater.
DAR ID Number: 57477
Born in Columbus, Ohio.
Wife of James Gulick Westwater.
Descendant of David Brooks, Capt. Joseph White, and William Holt.
Daughter of Herbert Brooks and Clara Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of David W. Brooks and Anna Maria Simpkins, his wife; John H. Tate and Emma M. Holt, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of David Brooks, Jr., and Keziah Hamlin, his wife; David Holt and Ann Lemon, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Brooks and Patience White, his wife; William Holt and Elizabeth Hempstead, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph White and Patience Ball, his wife.
David Brooks (1749-1840) served in the Berkshire County militia at various alarms. He was born in Woburn; died in Princeton, Mass.
Joseph White (1719-80) commanded a company at the Lexington Alarm from Lancaster, where he was born and died.
Also Nos. 36034, 40570.
William Holt (1736-1810) was a private in Capt. Nathaniel Wales's company, Col. Jeremiah Mason's regiment of militia, 1776. He was born in New London; died in Groton, Conn.

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Mrs. Emmie Young Jones.
DAR ID Number: 57881
Born in Morganton, N. C.
Wife of John H. Jones.
Descendant of Major Joseph Graham.
Daughter of J. Alphonso Young, Jr., and Laura Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of J. Alphonso Young and Melvina Graham, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Davidson Graham and Elizabeth Connor, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joseph Graham and Isabella Davidson, his wife.
Joseph Graham (1759-1836) served as lieutenant, captain, and major of North Carolina Rangers. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Lincoln County, N. C.
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Miss Tine Coralie Houston.   [This was my librarian when I was five years old]
DAR ID Number: 62256
Born in Monroe County, Mo.
Descendant of William Houston, David Watson, and Thomas Tate.
Daughter of William May Houston (1818-1907) and Maria Frances Davis (1834-82), his wife, m. 1849.
Granddaughter of David Watson Houston (1787-1870) and Margaret Cowden (1799-1865), his 3rd wife; Benjamin Franklin Davis (1805-77) and Eleanor Bowen McCarty (1811-89), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Houston and Jane Watson (1761-1841), his wife; Benjamin McCarty (d. 1865) and Elizabeth Tate (1784-1803), his 1st wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Watson and Mary Hamilton, his wife; Thomas Tate and Jane Campbell (d. 1819), his wife.
William Houston (1754-1834) enlisted in 1777 and was taken prisoner at Staten Island and confined in the ship “Hutton.” He was born in Lancaster County, Pa.
David Watson (1732-1805) was appointed, 1777, by the Council of Safety to collect and purchase supplies for the army. He was born and died in Lancaster County, Pa.
[p.85] Thomas Tate (1744-1833) was appointed commissioner of a special tax list, 1782, of Augusta County, Va., where he was born. He died in Bradford.
 

Mrs. Mary J. Satterfield Osgood.
DAR ID Number: 62996
Born in Cook County, Ill.
Wife of Charles De Witt Osgood.
Descendant of William Tate, 1st.
Daughter of Rev. Thomas R. Satterfield and Sarah Matilda Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Tate, 3rd, and Elizabeth Jones, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of William Tate, 2nd, and Esther Painter, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Tate, 1st, and Ann (Nichols) Dixon, his 2nd wife.
William Tate, 1st (1750-98), took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, from the town of Donegal, Pa. He died in Huntingdon County, Pa.

Miss Emily L. Poage.
DAR ID Number: 63340
Born in Wytheville, Va.
Descendant of James Allen.
Daughter of Waller S. Poage and Elizabeth Riddick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Col. Thomas Poage and Mary A. Vermillion, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Major William Poage and Margaret Allen, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Allen and Elizabeth Tate, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Allen and Margant Anderson, his wife
 

Mrs. Myrtle Gray Herriott.
DAR ID Number: 64421
Born in Philipsburg, Pa.
Wife of George W. Herriott.
Descendant of Thomas Wilson, James Packer, Job Packer, William Tate, and George Painter.
Daughter of John Summerfield Gray (1837-1900) and Emma Tate (1838-1908), his wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of Joshua Jackson Tate (1801-64) and Hannah Wilson (1808-58), his wife, m. 1827.
Gr-granddaughter of William Tate, Jr., and Esther Painter, his wife; George Wilson, Jr. (1780-1866), and Lydia Packer (1785-1872), his wife, m. 1807.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Tate and Ann Nichols, his 2nd wife; George Wilson (1753-1832) and Esther Brown (1754-1834), his wife, m. 1779; George Painter and - Bowman, his wife; Job Packer and Hannah Lamborn (1754-1811), his wife, m. 1778.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Wilson and Ann Dixon (1724-79), his wife, m. 1743; James Packer and Rose Mendenhall (b. 1734), his wife, m. 1752.
Thomas Wilson (1722-83) was a member of Captain Pierce's company of the Upper District of Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Del., 1778. He was born in England; died in Delaware.
James Packer (1726-1805) signed the Oath of Allegiance in Philadelphia, 1778. He was born in Chester County; died in Clinton County, Pa.
Job Packer (1754-1836) served, 1781, as private in Captain Craig's company, 1st battalion, Lieut.-Col. John Gardner's Chester County regiment of militia. He was born in Chester County; died in Clinton County.
William Tate (1750-98) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, from the town of Donegal, Pa. He died in Huntingdon County, Pa.
 

Mrs. Susie B. Tate Gregory.
DAR ID Number: 64588
Born in Hopkinsville, Ky.
Descendant of Capt. James Tate.
Daughter of Rev. John C. Tate and Minna Callis, his wife.
Granddaughter of Milton Tate and Booker Grundy, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Tate and Elizabeth McClanahan, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Tate and Sarah Hall, his wife.
James Tate (1743-81) commanded a company at the battle of Guilford Court House, where
 

Mrs. Alice Stark Hotchkiss.
DAR ID Number: 65451
Born in Richmond, Va.
Wife of Elmore Delos Hotchkiss.
Descendant of John Starke and of John Starke, Jr.
Daughter of Patrick Henry Starke and Arabella G. Clarke, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Starke and Susan L. Tate, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John Starke, Jr. (1742-1800), and Elizabeth Shepherd, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Starke and Anne Wyatt, his wife.
John Starke (1715-82) served as a member of the Committee of Safety of Hanover County, Va., as did also his son John. He was born and died in Hanover County.

[p.177] Mrs. Wren Thompson Mcguin.
DAR ID Number: 67498
Born in Jefferson, Ga.
Wife of A. V. McGuin.
Descendant of Capt. John Venable.
Daughter of Cicero Columbus Thompson (1840-78) and Mary Jane Venable (b. 1843), his wife, m. 1863.
Granddaughter of John Venable, M. D. (1825-90), and Delilah Tate (1827-88), his wife, m. 1842.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathaniel Venable and Sarah Montgomery, his wife, m. 1815.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Venable and Agnes Moorman, his wife.
John Venable (1740-1811) was assistant commissioner of the provision laws of Bedford, Va. In 1783 a famous suit for impressing cattle was tried, and he was defended by Patrick Henry. He removed to Georgia, 1791, where he died in Jackson County. He was born in Virginia.

 Mrs. Alma Parker Hord Parr.
DAR ID Number: 69331
Born in Richmond, Va.
Wife of Edward Lee Parr.
Descendant of Lieut. John Hord, Lieut. Thomas Watson, and Rev. James Tate.
Daughter of Benjamin Harrison Hord (b. 1838) and Elizabeth Ella Garthright (1839-75), his wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Frederick Hord (1811-62) and Delia Eliza Watson (b. 1810), his wife, m. 1833; Samuel Garthright (1800-80) and Elizabeth Jane Hilliard (1810-82), his wife, m. 1826.
Gr-granddaughter of William Hord (b. 1789) and Huldah Parker, his wife; Thomas Zephaniah Watson (1772-1824) and Sarah Ann Crapp James (1776-1834), his wife, m. 1794; Benjamin Hilliard (b. 1775) and Jane Talley (b. 1779), his wife, m. 1803.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Hord (b. 1764) and - Gibbons, his wife; Thomas Watson and Sally Withers (b. 1752), his wife, m. 1770; Henry Talley (1750-89) and Elizabeth Jane Tate (1759-81), his wife, m. 1776.
[p.120] Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hord and Annie Peyton, his wife; James Tate and Margaret Bradley (1741-1801), his wife, m. 1758.
John Hord was lieutenant of the 4th Continental Dragoons, 1777, Virginia Line. He was born, 1739; died in Caroline County, Va.
Thomas Watson served as lieutenant in Captain McGlauhan's 7th regiment of North Carolina troops. He was born, 1750, in North Carolina; died in Virginia.
James Tate (1738-99) was commissioned chaplain in the 1st North Carolina troops, 1778, and served to the close of the war. He was born in Virginia; died in North Carolina.
 

Mrs. Anna Ten Broeck Harris.
DAR ID Number: 69979
Born in Parke County, Ind.
Wife of Samuel P. Harris.
Descendant of Col. John Ten Broeck.
Daughter of John Ten Broeck (1811-86) and Mary Wilkins (1815-88), his wife, m. 1834.
Granddaughter of Jacob Ten Brœck (1776-1855) and Rachel Tate (1776-1841), his wife, m. 1808.
Gr-granddaughter of John Ten Brœck and Katie Emmons, his wife.
John Ten Broeck (1738-1820) served as major and lieutenant-colonel of New Jersey militia. He was born in Harlingen, N. J.; died in White Deer Valley, Pa.
 
 
 

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Mrs. Elizabeth Tate Wilson.
DAR ID Number: 70529
Born in Tionesta, Pa.
Wife of Alexander P. Wilson.
Descendant of Ensign John Magee.
[p.193] Daughter of Miles W. Tate (1844-1904) and Mary Catherine McGee (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1867.
Granddaughter of Philip McGee (1818-88) and Sarah Ann Matilda Ennis (1821-48), his wife, m. 1843.
Gr-granddaughter of James McGee and Mary Barnhart (1796-1855), his wife.
John Magee (1756-1804) took the oath of allegiance, 1778, and served in the militia of Pennsylvania, as ensign under Capt. Samuel Montgomery. He was born in New Carlisle; died in Bald Eagle Valley, Pa

Mrs. Em Mae Tate Horton.
DAR ID Number: 71090
Born in Elberton, Ga.
Wife of John A. Horton.
Descendant of John Wright.
[p.36] Daughter of E. Brewer Tate (b. 1841) and Mattie Wright (b. 1850), his wife, m. 1881.
Granddaughter of James C. Wright (1810-85) and Emily Ann Woaten (1819-65), his wife, m. 1845.
Gr-granddaughter of John Wright and Bathsheba Starr, his wife.
John Wright (1729-1831), who had served under Braddock, was active in repelling the Indians in Georgia and was an armed patriot in the Revolution. He was born in Virginia and died in Wilkes County, Ga.
 

DAR ID Number: 71766
Born in Portland, Ind.
Wife of John W. Dollins.
Descendant of Capt. James Phillips.
Daughter of Charles Thomas Tate (1843-90) and Thetis Headington (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1871.
Granddaughter of Nimrod Headington (b. 1872) and Mary McDonald (1830-55), his wife, m. 1849.
Gr-granddaughter of Nicholas Headington and Ruth Phillips (1794-1865), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Phillips and Rachel Frizell, his wife.
James Phillips (1756-1811) was commander of the sloop “General Lee.” He was born and died in Baltimore, Md.
 
 

Mrs. Stella Braden Brady.
DAR ID Number: 73290
Born in Indianapolis, Ind.
Wife of J. Z. Brady.
Descendant of John Short.
Daughter of James Braden (1830-1907) and Lydia Short (b. 1839), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Milton Short (1807-86) and Mary Tate (1812-65), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of Wesley Short (1780-1852) and Rebecca Owens (1782-1858), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Short and Mary Hansford (1756-1821), his wife, m. 1780.
John Short (1756-1836) served, 1776-81, three enlistments under different commands in the Virginia militia. He was born Shendandoah County, Va.; died in Lawrence County, Ind.

Mrs. Stella Braden Brady.
DAR ID Number: 73290
Born in Indianapolis, Ind.
Wife of J. Z. Brady.
Descendant of John Short.
Daughter of James Braden (1830-1907) and Lydia Short (b. 1839), his wife, m. 1866.
Granddaughter of Milton Short (1807-86) and Mary Tate (1812-65), his wife, m. 1829.
Gr-granddaughter of Wesley Short (1780-1852) and Rebecca Owens (1782-1858), his wife, m. 1802.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Short and Mary Hansford (1756-1821), his wife, m. 1780.
John Short (1756-1836) served, 1776-81, three enlistments under different commands in the Virginia militia. He was born Shendandoah County, Va.; died in Lawrence County, Ind.

Mrs. Emma Susan Clinger Dougal.
DAR ID Number: 76102
Born in Nippenose, Pa.
Descendant of Lieut. John Wagoner.
Daughter of Abraham Clinger and Jane Graham Tate, his wife.
Granddaughter of Henry Clinger and Sussanah Wagoner, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Abraham Wagoner and Mary S. Wagoner, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Wagoner and Sussannah Lees, his wife.
John Wagoner (1751-1831) in 1777 was lieutenant of the 4th company, 5th battalion, Berks County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Berks County.
 

Mrs. Abbie Tate Cromwell.
DAR ID Number: 77520
Born in Topsham, Me.
Wife of Ashley H. Cromwell.
Descendant of Capt. Actor Patten.
Daughter of William Tate (1833-99) and Mary Bradley (b. 1831), his wife, m. 1858.
Granddaughter of Patten Tate (1801-86) and Mehitable Thompson (1807-56), his wife, m. 1827.
Gr-granddaughter of William Tate (1771-1843) and Abigail Patten (1774-1863), his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Actor Patten and Jane McLellan (1748-1835), his wife, m. 1766.
Actor Patten (1737-1816) commanded a company in Samuel McCobb's Massachusetts regiment, 1779, in the Penobscot expedition. He was born in Ireland; died in Topsham, Me.
 

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Miss Annie M. Tate.
DAR ID Number: 79887
Born in Topsham, Me.
Descendant of Capt. Actor Patten.
Daughter of Patten Tate (1801-86) and Mehitable Thompson (1807-56), his wife, m. 1827.
Granddaughter of William Tate (1771-1843) and Abigail Patten (1774-1863), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Actor Patten and Jane McLellan (1748-1835), his wife, m. 1766.
Actor Patten (1737-1816) commanded a company, 1779, in Col. Samuel McCobb's regiment on the expedition to Penobscot. He was born in Ireland; died in Topsham, Me.
 
 

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Mrs. Mary Riddick Poage Cassell.
DAR ID Number: 81134
Born in Wytheville, Va.
Wife of Emmet M. Cassell.
Descendant of Capt. James Allen.
Daughter of Waller S. Poage (b. 1859) and Elizabeth Riddick (b. 1864), his wife, m. 1883.
Granddaughter of Thomas Poage (b. 1829) and Mary A. Vermillion (b. 1833), his wife, m. 1854.
Gr-granddaughter of William Poage (1781-1855) and Margaret Allen (b. 1794), his wife, m. 1811.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Allen, Jr. (b. 1770), and Elizabeth Tate (b. 1775), his wife, m. 1793.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Allen and Margaret Anderson, his wife.
[p.50] James Allen (1716-1810) was at the battle of Point Pleasant, where his brother, Hugh, was killed. He signed the petition, 1776, urging religious liberty, which was sent to the Assembly by the Freeholders of Augusta County, Va., where he died. He was born in Ireland.
 

Mrs. Lizzie Tate Gill Thurman.
DAR ID Number: 81469
Born in Memphis, Tenn.
Wife of Dr. Francis Lee Thurman.
Descendant of Major Charles Robertson.
Daughter of George M. Gill (1824-72) and Lizzie Tate (d. 1880), his wife, m. 1868.
Granddaughter of Samuel Tate, Jr. (b. 1817), and Mary Augusta Carnes, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Tate (b. 1792) and Elizabeth Robertson, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Robertson (b. 1765) and Susanna Nelson, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Charles Robertson and Susanna Nichols, his wife.
Charles Robertson (1740-97) was one of the founders of the Wautauga settlement. He was major in Col. John Sevier's regiment of South Carolina Rangers at King's Mountain. He was born in Brunswick County, Va.; died in Washington County, Tenn.
 

Mrs. Julia Adelaide Tate Barbour.
DAR ID Number: 82113
Born in Guadalupe County, Tex.
Wife of Dr. John French Barbour.
Descendant of John Wilson.
Daughter of Dr. R. N. C. Tate (b. 1827) and Mary Elizabeth Wilson (1833-64), his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of John McKamie Wilson, Jr. (1808-81), and Philadelphia Herndon Fox (1816-98), his wife, m. 1831.
Gr-granddaughter of John McKamie Wilson (1769-1831) and Mary Erwin (1773-1832), his wife, m. 1797.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Wilson and Margaret McKamie Alexander (1739-90), his 2nd wife, m. 1766.
John Wilson (1735-79) was a patriot of Mecklenburg County and a signer of the Declaration. He was born in England; died in Charlotte, N. C.
 
 

Mrs. Mary Wilson Tate Mack.
DAR ID Number: 82114
Born in Gonzales County, Tex.
Descendant of John Wilson.
Daughter of Dr. R. N. C. Tate (b. 1827) and Mary Elizabeth Wilson (1833-64), his wife, m. 1854.
 

****Rs. Hattie Tate Eckel.
DAR ID Number: 83383
Born in Tate Springs, Tenn.
Wife of Charles Eugene Eckel.
Descendant of Sergt. David Tate, as follows:
1. Edward Oscar Tate (1845-1905), m. 1870, Carrie Tate (1843-90).
2. Edward Tate, Jr. (b. 1818), m. 1837, Mary Gray (1819-85).
3. Edward Tate (1785-1870), m. 1809, Lucy Moody (1792-1852).
4. David Tate, m. 1784, Comfort Knox (1767-1841).
David Tate (1759-1838) served as sergeant under Captain Boyer, Colonel Campbell, Virginia Line. He was born in Augusta County, Va.; died in Grainger County, Tenn.

[p.252] Mrs. Lannie Campbell Bales.
DAR ID Number: 83652
Born in Greene County, Tenn.
Wife of Dr. Thomas Elwood Bales.
Descendant of John Montgomery, Lieut. James Montgomery, and Capt. William Tate, as follows:
1. James Montgomery Campbell (d. 1892), m. 1861, Emily Evans (1845-70).
2. William Campbell (1801-64), m. Mary Montgomery (d. 1846).
3. John Campbell, m. Dorcas Tate (1782-1817); James Montgomery, m. Cynthia Patsy Dosier.
4. William Tate, m. Dorcas Mitchell; John Montgomery, m. 1753, Nancy Agnes Crockett.
John Montgomery (1717-1802) was a member of Committee of Safety, 1775; also member of Virginia Legislature, 1782. He was born in Ireland; died in Fort Chiswell, Va.
James Montgomery (1757-1809) was lieutenant, 1778-81, of infantry, Virginia Line. He was born and died in Virginia.
William Tate (1755-1860) commanded a company of Virginia militia under Colonel Campbell at the battle of Cowpens. He was born and died in Virginia.
 

Mrs. Ella I. Tate Boyle.
DAR ID Number: 84120
Born in Lincoln, R. I.
Descendant of Samuel Knight, as follows:
1. J. Henry Tate (b. 1830), m. 1852, Hellen Marr Walker (1833-1909).
2. Hugh Tate (1786-1855), m. 1808, Lydia Knight (1789-1881).
3. Samuel Knight, m. Lucina Mowry (d. 1810).
Samuel Knight (1759-1826) served as private in Capt. Caleb Carr's company, Col. Archibald Crary's regiment, Rhode Island Line. He died in Glocester, R. I.
 

Miss Mary Dotha Tate.
DAR ID Number: 87065
Born in Waterbury, Conn.
Descendant of Philo Hodge, as follows:
1. Frederic W. Tate (b. 1854) m., 1880, Jennie A. Mitchell (b. 1858).
2. Lampson P. Mitchell, Jr. (1831-99), m., 1856, Dotha J. Mitchell (b. 1839).
3. Lampson P. Mitchell m. Amanda Hodge.
4. Philo Hodge m., 1789, Lucy Newton.
Philo Hodge (1756-1842) was placed on the pension roll of Litchfield County for service as private. He was born in Old Milford; died in Roxbury, Conn.

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[p.218] Miss Millie Walton Hoskins.
DAR ID Number: 89671
Born in Lexington, Miss.
Descendant of Joseph Anthony, James Anthony and William Marshall, as follows:
1. Napoleon W. Hoskins (1824-63) m. 1852 Frances Louisa Walton (1834-83).
2. William Marshall Hoskins (1791-1873) m. 1816 Mildred Miller Hall (1795-1835); Thomas Steele Walton (1807-45) m. 1827 Frances Lowe Anderson (1809-1908).
3. Thomas Hoskins m. Betsy Ellington Marshall (1773-1855); Thomas Anderson (1772-1860) m. 1799 Sarah Tate Anthony (1774-1826).
4. William Marshall m. Nancy Ellington; James Anthony m. Anne Tate (1750-1834).
5. Joseph Anthony m. 1741 Elizabeth Clarke (b. 1722).
Joseph Anthony (1713-85) was a patriot of Virginia. He was born in Henrico County; died in Franklin County, Va.
James Anthony (1747-1827) served in Captain Stubblefield's company, Col. Josiah Parker's 5th Virginia regiment. He was born in Bedford County, Va.; died in Wilkes County, Ga.
William Marshall (1738-84) served as private in Capt. Alexander Parker's company, 2nd Virginia regiment. He was born in Halifax County, Va.

Mrs. Irene Vaden Thompson.
DAR ID Number: 91248
Born in Pittsylvania County, Va.
Wife of G. E. Thompson.
Descendant of John Whitehead, as follows:
1. Giles Henry Vaden (b. 1852) m. 1879 E. Caroline Tate (b. 1862).
2. William Carrington Tate (b. 1827) m. 1857 Maria L. Whitehead (b. 1840).
3. Richard Whitehead, Jr., m. 1835 Eliza Brown.
4. Richard Whitehead (d. 1843) m. 1795 Pencie Camden (d. 1848).
5. John Whitehead m. Sarah Burcher (d. 1792).
John Whitehead (1722-87) was a non-commissioned officer in Lieutenant-Colonel Pope's battalion from Old Amherst County, Va. He was born in Nansemond County; died in Amherst County.

DAR ID Number: 92023
Born in Lexington, Miss.
Descendant of James Anthony, as follows:
1. Thomas Shepherd Wright (1826-93) m. 1847 Mary Elizabeth Walton (1831-1903).
2. Thomas Steele Walton (1807-45) m. 1827 Frances Lowe Anderson (1809-1908).
3. Thomas Anderson (1772-1860) m. 1799 Sarah Tate Anthony (1774-1826).
4. James Anthony m. Anne Tate (1750-1834).
James Anthony (1747-1827) served in Captain Stubblefield's company, Col. Josiah Parker's 5th Virginia regiment. He was born in Bedford County, Va.; died in Wilkes County, Ga.

 
Mrs. Virginia Tate Cowan Price.
DAR ID Number: 92567
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.
Wife of Oliver Chapman Price.
Descendant of Lieut. James Hamilton, as follows:
1. John Cowan m. Eliza Taliaferro Tate.
2. Samuel H. Tate m. Virginia Barbour Dillon.
3. Samuel Tate m. Jane Mary Hamilton.
4. James Hamilton m. Catherine Corrigan (1758-87).
James Hamilton (1743-1815) served as lieutenant of the 3rd company, 7th battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born and died in Lancaster County.
 

Mrs. Winifred Brown Burtis.
DAR ID Number: 92663
Born in Clarke County, Iowa.
Wife of Walter J. Burtis.
Descendant of David Doolittle, as follows:
1. George B. Brown (b. 1838) m. 1863 Christian Elizabeth Wilson (1836-1905).
2. Lyman Marsh Wilson (1811-91) m. 1835 Christian Tate (1817-38).
3. Ezekiel Wilson (1773-1829) m. 1800 Jerusha Doolittle (1777-1819).
4. David Doolittle m. 1764 Tapatha Doolittle (b. 1740).
David Doolittle served as private in 8th company commanded by William G. Hubbell, 7th regiment, Connecticut troops. He was born, 1736, in Wallington; died in Torrington, Conn.
 

Miss Jeannette Tate.
DAR ID Number: 94955
Born in Maryville, Mo.
Descendant of Lieut. John Suter, as follows:
1. Matthew Gay Tate (b. 1856) m. 1886 Maude Baker (b. 1867).
2. Magnus W. Tate (1810-84) m. 1856 Jennet I. Gay (b. 1833).
3. Mathew Gay (1780-1857) m. 1821 Margaret Smith.
4. Alexander Smith (1757-1839) m. 1791 Volenda Suter (1768-1836).
5. John Suter m. 1765 Sarah Williams (1747-1836).
John Suter (1744-94) served as lieutenant, 1777, Middle battalion, Montgomery County, Md. He was born in Scotland; died in Maryland.

Mrs. Julia Tate Kreider.
DAR ID Number: 94956
Born in Maryville, Mo.
Wife of Robert Harrison Kreider.
Descendant of Lieut. John Suter, as follows:
1. Matthew Gay Tate (b. 1856) m. 1886 Maude Baker (b. 1867).
Mrs. Clara Brooks Newcomb.
DAR ID Number: 95617
Born in Franklin County, Ohio.
Wife of James Burgess Newcomb.
Descendant of William Holt, as follows:
1. Herbert Brooks (b. 1853) m. 1884 Clara Tate (b. 1863).
2. John H. Tate m. Emma M. Holt.
3. David Holt, Jr., m. Ann Lemon.
4. David Holt m. Elizabeth Hempstead.
5. William Holt m. Elizabeth Hempstead.
William Holt (1736-1810) served, 1776, as private in Capt. Nathaniel Wales' company, Col. Jeremiah Mason's regiment, Connecticut militia. He was born in New London; died in Groton, Conn.

Mrs. Jennie Elizabeth Anderson Boyd.
DAR ID Number: 95814
Born in Marietta, Pa.
Wife of Samuel F. Boyd.
Descendant of Capt. James Anderson, Capt. David McQueen, and Rev. Robert McMordie, as follows:
[p.261] 1. James McMordie Anderson (b. 1836) m. 1860 Elizabeth P. Barker (1838-1909).
2. Joseph Tate Anderson (1800-54) m. 1835 Jane McMordie (1810-37).
3. James Anderson (1767-1815) m. 2nd 1798 Mary McQueen (1781-1845); Robert McMordie, Jr. (b. 1770), m. Jane Brown.
4. James Anderson m. 1st 1766 Jean Tate (1751-77); David McQueen m. 1779 Margaret Tate (d. 1785); Robert McMordie m. 1756 Jennett Boyd (1730-1808).
James Anderson (1741-99) commanded a company in the Associated Battalion, the militia of Lancaster County, where he was born and died.

Miss Mary Gray.
DAR ID Number: 99841
Born in Philipsburg, Pa.
Descendant of James Packer, Job Packer, William Tate, Thomas Wilson, and George Painter, as follows:
1. John Summerfield Gray (1837-1900) m. 1863 Emma Tate (1838-1908).
2. Joshua Jackson Tate (1801-64) m. 1st 1827 Hannah Wilson (1808-58).
3. William Tate, Jr. (1770-1834), m. 1791 Esther Painter (1771-1835); George Wilson (1780-1866) m. 1807 Lydia Packer (1785-1872).
4. William Tate m. 2nd 1763 Ann Nickols Dixon; Job E. Packer m. 1778 Hannah Lamborn (1754-1811); George Wilson, Jr. (1753-1832), m. 1779 Esther Brown (1754-1834); George Painter m. - Bowman (d. 1781).
5. Thomas Wilson m. 1743 Ann Dixon (1724-79); James Packer m. 1752 Rose Mendenhall (b. 1734).
James Packer (1726-1805) signed the oath of allegiance in Philadelphia, 1778. He was born in Chester County; died in Clinton County, Pa.
Job Packer (1754-1836) served, 1781, as private in Captain Craig's company, 1st battalion, Lieut.-Col. John Gardner's Chester County, regiment of militia. He was born in Chester County; died in Clinton County, Pa.
William Tate (1750-98) took the oath of allegiance, 1777, in Donegal, Lancaster County, Pa. He died in Huntington County, Pa.
Thomas Wilson (1722-83) was a member of Capt. Pierce's company of the Upper District of Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Del., where he was born and died.
[p.261] George Painter (1743-80) served, 1776, as a private in the 1st Philadelphia battalion of militia, 1780, in Capt. William Bower's company, Col. Benjamin Eyre's 2nd regiment of foot. He was born in Chester County; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Mrs. Esther Short Horstman.
DAR ID Number: 111157
Born in Ogden, Utah.
Wife of Charles H. Horstman.
Descendant of William Owens and of John Short, as follows:
1. Burnett M. Short (b. 1853) m. 1876 Samelia J. Brown (b. 1858).
2. Milton Short (b. 1807) m. 1829 Mary Tate (1811-65).
3. Wesley Short (1780-1852) m. 1802 Rebecca Owens (1782-1858).
4. John Short m. 1780 Mary Hansford (1756-1821); William Owens m. 1773 Nancy Owens (1754-1840).
William Owens (1750-1836), in 1776, was in Capt. John Cook's company, Colonel Brown's Virginia regiment. In 1834, he applied for a pension from Pulaski County, Ky., where he died. He was born in Shenandoah Valley, Va.
John Short (1756-1836) enlisted, 1776, under Capt. William Nail, Col. Abram Smith and, 1778, served under Captain Rowen from Rockingham County, Va. In 1832 he applied for a pension. He was born in Tigart Valley, Va.; died in Lawrence County, Ind.

Mrs. Florence Harding Chapman.
DAR ID Number: 111729
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of James William Chapman.
Descendant of Sergt. Vachel Harding, as follows:
1. James Hilary Harding (1827-1909) m. 1855 Mary A. Tate (1832-1903).
2. Edward Greenberry Harding m. 1826 Ann Lewis (b. 1811).
3. Vachel Harding m. 1798 Mary Parker (b. 1782).
Vachel Harding (1762-1837) applied for a pension in Jefferson County, Ky., for service, 1778, as sergeant in Col. John Moredock's Maryland regiment.
 
 

Mrs. Mary Stamps Bethel.
DAR ID Number: 111900
Born in Thomaston, Ga.
Wife of T. G. Bethel.
Descendant of John Richardson, as follows:
1. Jonathan Britten Stamps (b. 1855) m. 1876 Martha Dallas (b. 1858).
2. Jonathan Sanders Stamps (1815-91) m. 1835 Ann K. Richardson (1816-98).
3. Allen Richardson (b. 1786) m. 1811 Sallie Olive (b. 1793).
4. John Richardson m. Elizabeth Tate.
John Richardson received land bounty in Oglethorpe County, Ga., for his service during the Revolution. He was born in Virginia; died in Oglethorpe County, Ga.
 

 Mrs. Alma Meadows Cox.
DAR ID Number: 111943
Born in Preston, Texas.
Wife of Howard Brownlee Cox.
Descendant of David Cunningham, as follows:
1. James H. Meadows (1856-1903) m. 1881 Clara See Homsley (b. 1864).
2. Thomas Jefferson Homsley (1834-1903) m. 1856 Elizabeth Cunningham (b. 1839).
[p.302] 3. James Cunningham (1817-94) m. 1835 Susie Tate (1817-97).
4. David Cunningham m. Amity Ryan.
David Cunningham served, 1783, in the 1st Pennsylvania regiment. He was born, 1765, in Pennsylvania

DAR ID Number: 112112
Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Wife of Albert B. Hedbloom.
Descendant of Lieut.-Col. Theophilus Philips, as follows:
1. Thomas Gaunt (1834-1909) m. 1866 Margaret Rachel Tate (1842-72).
2. Lee (Lea) Tate (1802-72) m. 1826 Sarah Eberhardt (1806-71).
3. Adolphus Eberhardt m. Elizabeth Phillips (d. 1827).
4. Theophilus Philips m. Ann Prater.
Theophilus Philips commanded a company and in 1782 was serving as lieutenant colonel in the Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania militia. He died, 1789, in Fayette County, Pa.
 

Mrs. Maude Darby Siddons.
DAR ID Number: 116075
Born in Foster, Iowa.
Wife of C. L. Siddons.
Descendant of William Darby and of James Pollard, as follows:
1. Harper Darby (b. 1845) m. 1871 Sarah Pollard (b. 1848).
2. William Darby (1808-90) m. 1842 Sarah Chenoweth (1809-89); James Pollard (1821-87) m. 1839 Elizabeth Tate (1827-93).
3. Samuel Darby (1782-1856) m. 1804 Charity Rudyard (1787-1875); Jessc Pollard (1794-1846) m. 1815 Mary Lynch (1799-1879).
4. William Darby m. 1781 Hannah - (1763-1821); James Pollard m. 1789 Annie Rediford.
William Darby (1760-1836) was drummer under Captains Davis and Carberry, Colonels Patton and Hubley, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Vinton County, Ohio.
James Pollard (1762-1842) enlisted, 1778, in Captain Booker's company, Colonel Kirkendall's regiment, Virginia troops. In 1833 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed. He was born in Culpeper County, Va.; died in Spencer County, Ind.
 

DAR ID Number: 124575
Born in Lawrence County, Ind.
Wife of George A. Neeley.
Descendant of Benjamin Newland, as follows:
1. Jonathan N. Hostetler (b. 1843) m. 1866 Martha Fish.
2. Abraham Hostetler (b. 1825) m. 1842 Peggy Newland (b. 1825).
3. John N. Newland (b. 1790) m. 1812 Agnes Allen.
4. Benjamin Newland m. 1787 Catherine Tate.
[p.174] Benjamin Newland served as private in the Continental Army under General Green. He was born, 1763, at Newland Gap, Md.

Mrs. Ruth Johnson Gordon.
DAR ID Number: 127171
Born in San Angelo, Tex.
Wife of John M. Gordon.
Descendant of David Cunningham, as follows:
1. John Willis Johnson (b. 1860) m. 1887 Lucinda Elizabeth Holmsley (b. 1866).
2. Thomas Jefferson Holmsley (1834-1903) m. 1856 Elizabeth Cunningham (b. 1839).
3. James Cunningham (1817-94) m. 1835 Susannah Tate (1817-97).
4. David Cunningham m. Unity Ryan.
David Cunningham served, 1783, in the 1st Pennsylvania regiment. He was born, 1765, in Pennsylvania

Mrs. Elsie E. Emery Allen.
DAR ID Number: 148004
Born in Byron, Ill.
Wife of B. H. Allen.
Descendant of David Wray, as follows:
1. John A. Emery (b. 1872) m. 1895 Estelle Linn (b. 1870).
2. Samuel K. Linn (1839-1909) m. 1867 Carrie Hunter (1846-1918).
3. William Linn (1804-59) m. 1834 Margaret Wray (1815-88).
4. David Cowden Wray (1780-1831) m. 1809 Margaret Tate (1784-1850).
5. David Wray m. 2d 1777 Mary Cowden (1739-1809).
David Wray (1728-1805) was a court martial man in Capt. Patrick Hays' company, 6th battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Dauphin County, Pa.

Miss Suzanna Matilda Osgood.
DAR ID Number: 148144
Born in Marseilles, Ill.
Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Osgood, Lieut. Danicl Toll, William Tate and George Painter, as follows:
1. Charles DeWitt Osgood (b. 1864) m. 1894 Mary Josephine Satterfield (b. 1867).
2. Luther P. Osgood (1818-89) m. 1840 Catherine M. Toll (1821-90); Thomas Robinson Satterfield (1828-1909) m. 1855 Sarah Matilda Tate (b. 1836).
3. Luther Osgood (1780-1850) m. 1805 Lucy Osgood (1775-1857); Simon DeWitt Toll (1780-1856) m. 1801 Susan Conde (1781-1865); William Tate (1808-81) m. 1833 Elizabeth Jones (1817-92).
[p.42] 4. Josiah Osgood m. 1760 Jane Byington (1742-1822) (parents of Luther); Daniel Toll m. Susanna Swits (d. 1831); William Tate (1770-1834) m. 1791 Esther Painter (1770-1835).
5. William Tate m. 2d 1763 Ann (Nichols) Dixon; George Painter m. Bowman.
Josiah Osgood (1740-1830) responded to the Lexington Alarm as lieutenant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sterling, Mass.; died in Verona, N. Y.
Also No. 140495.
Daniel Toll was ensign and lieutenant in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born, 1751, in Schenectady, New York, where he died.
Also No. 113773.
William Tate (1740-82) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, in Donegal, Lancaster County, Pa. He was born in Hockessing, Pa.; died in New Castle County, Del.
George Painter served, 1776, as a private in the 1st Philadelphia battalion of militia, 1780, in Capt. William Bower's company, Col. Benjamin Eyre's 2d regiment of foot. He was born, 1743, in Chester County; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Search Results Search Terms: TATE (191) Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.) Combined Matches: 191  Previous Hits Next Hits The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128 page 105 [p.105] Miss Louise Carman. DAR ID Number: 127323  Born in Washington, D. C.  Descendant of Phineas Carman, Samuel Mundy, Ellis Ayers, Joseph Anthony, James Ayers, Augustine Gambrill William Garrett Woodward and Isabel Mundy, as follows:  1. Louis Dale Carman (b. 1860) m. 1897 Maria Gambrill (b. 1865).  2. Ezra Ayers Carman (1834-1909) m. 2d 1859 Ada Salmon (1838-1916); Launcelot Gambrill (1810-77) m. 2d 1864 Anna Mann Garvin (1844-93).  3. Melancthon F. Carman (1807-84) m. 1833 Ann Maria Ayers (1813-98); Ignatius Poultney Garvin (1804-80) m. 1826 Sarah Ann Anthony (1810-99); Augustine Gambrill, Jr. (1773-1830), m. 1795 Maria Graham Woodward (1768-1834).  4. Phineas Carman m. 1782 Huldah Ayers (1763-1849); Ezra Ayers (1788-1863) m. 1812 Jane Lott (1791-1877); Milton Anthony (1789-1839) m. 1809 Nancy Godwin (d. 1844); Augustine Gambrill m. Sarah Sappington (d. 1777) William Garrett Woodward m. 1st 1760 Dinah Warfield (b. 1742).  5. Ellis Ayers (1757-1831) m. Sarah Mundy (1757-1817); James Anthony (b. 1752) m. Nancy Tate (1752-1834) James Ayers m. 1744 Hope Bloomfield; Stephen Carman m. 1748 Isabel Mundy.  6. Samuel Mundy m. 1751 Elizabeth Griffith (1736-93) (parents of Sarah) Joseph Anthony m. 1741 Elizabeth Clarke (b. 1722).  Phineas Carman (1762-1827) in 1778 was a private in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He was born near Woodbridge, N. J.; died in New York City.  Samuel Mundy served as private in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He was born and died near Metuchen, N. J.  James Ayers (1716-94) was an officer of the town of Woodbridge, N. J., 1776, where he was born. He died in Metuchen, N. 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William Yates (1836-1901) m. 1868 Martha Tate (1837-1907).  2. Isaac Tate (1808-89) m. 1830 Jane Henderson (1812-87).  [p.163] 3. John Tate (1772-1854) m. 1794 Elizabeth McClanathan.  4. James Tate m. Sarah Hall.  James Tate (1741-81) commanded a company at the Battle of Guilford Court House, where he lost his life. He was born in Augusta County, Va.  Also No. 116212.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128 page 245 Mrs. Catherine Newland Cole. DAR ID Number: 127760  Born in Galva, Ill.  Wife of Carlos M. Cole.  Descendant of Benjamin Newland, as follows:  1. Robert C. Newland (b. 1834) m. 1856 Catherine J. Swan (b. 1836).  2. John Newland (1790-1838) m. 1812 Agnes Allen (1792-1867).  3. Benjamin Newland m. 1787 Catherine Tate.  Benjamin Newland served as private in the Continental Army under General Green. 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H. Allen.  Descendant of David Wray, as follows:  1. John A. Emery (b. 1872) m. 1895 Estelle Linn (b. 1870).  2. Samuel K. Linn (1839-1909) m. 1867 Carrie Hunter (1846-1918).  3. William Linn (1804-59) m. 1834 Margaret Wray (1815-88).  4. David Cowden Wray (1780-1831) m. 1809 Margaret Tate (1784-1850).  5. David Wray m. 2d 1777 Mary Cowden (1739-1809).  David Wray (1728-1805) was a court martial man in Capt. Patrick Hays' company, 6th battalion, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Scotland; died in Dauphin County, Pa.  Also No. 141879.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 149 page 42 Miss Suzanna Matilda Osgood. DAR ID Number: 148144  Born in Marseilles, Ill.  Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Osgood, Lieut. Danicl Toll, William Tate and George Painter, as follows:  1. Charles DeWitt Osgood (b. 1864) m. 1894 Mary Josephine Satterfield (b. 1867).  2. Luther P. Osgood (1818-89) m. 1840 Catherine M. Toll (1821-90); Thomas Robinson Satterfield (1828-1909) m. 1855 Sarah Matilda Tate (b. 1836).  3. Luther Osgood (1780-1850) m. 1805 Lucy Osgood (1775-1857); Simon DeWitt Toll (1780-1856) m. 1801 Susan Conde (1781-1865); William Tate (1808-81) m. 1833 Elizabeth Jones (1817-92).  [p.42] 4. Josiah Osgood m. 1760 Jane Byington (1742-1822) (parents of Luther); Daniel Toll m. Susanna Swits (d. 1831); William Tate (1770-1834) m. 1791 Esther Painter (1770-1835).  5. William Tate m. 2d 1763 Ann (Nichols) Dixon; George Painter m. Bowman.  Josiah Osgood (1740-1830) responded to the Lexington Alarm as lieutenant in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Sterling, Mass.; died in Verona, N. Y.  Also No. 140495.  Daniel Toll was ensign and lieutenant in the Albany County, New York militia. He was born, 1751, in Schenectady, New York, where he died.  Also No. 113773.  William Tate (1740-82) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, in Donegal, Lancaster County, Pa. He was born in Hockessing, Pa.; died in New Castle County, Del.  George Painter served, 1776, as a private in the 1st Philadelphia battalion of militia, 1780, in Capt. William Bower's company, Col. Benjamin Eyre's 2d regiment of foot. He was born, 1743, in Chester County; died in Philadelphia, Pa.  Also No. 99841.  View full context  The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 149 page 235 Mrs. Elva Tate Cashman. DAR ID Number: 148760  Born in Coral, Ill.  Wife of Gordon L. Cashman.  Descendant of Lieut. Timothy Cossitt, as follows:  1. Samuel L. Tate (1839-1914) m. 1869 Frances Isabelle Wilcox (1849-1911).  2. Chapin Aaron Wilcox (1822-1906) m. 1844 Susan Ann Smith (1825-1909).  3. Grandison Wilcox (b. 1797) m. 1818 Theodosia Chapin (1801-70).  4. Enoch Wilcox m. Chloe Cossitt (b. 1780).  5. Timothy Cossitt m. Chloe Battles (1756-1839).  Timothy Cossitt (1754-1836) served as private in Colonel Huntington's regiment, and as lieutenant under Captains Hayes and Pettibone, Colonel Belden's regiment, Connecticut troops. He was born in Simsbury, Conn.; died in Pompey, N. Y.

Mrs. Janie Tate Wright.
DAR ID Number: 148936
Born in Elbert County, Ga.
Wife of Robert F. Wright.
Descendant of Larkin Clark, as follows:
1. Uriah Overton Tate (1810-84) m. 1846 Rebecca Clark (b. 1824).
2. William Bell Clark (1777-1839) m. 1818 Judith Rucker (1800-28).
3. Larkin Clark m. 1st -.
Larkin Clark (1760-1843) served as private under Major Allen, Georgia troops. He was born in Orange County, Va.; died in Elbert County, Ga.

Mrs. Janie Tate Wright.
DAR ID Number: 148936
Born in Elbert County, Ga.
Wife of Robert F. Wright.
Descendant of Larkin Clark, as follows:
1. Uriah Overton Tate (1810-84) m. 1846 Rebecca Clark (b. 1824).
2. William Bell Clark (1777-1839) m. 1818 Judith Rucker (1800-28).
3. Larkin Clark m. 1st -.
Larkin Clark (1760-1843) served as private under Major Allen, Georgia troops. He was born in Orange County, Va.; died in Elbert County, Ga.

Mrs. Rebecca Reid Sterrett Parramore.
DAR ID Number: 149364
Born in Rockbridge County, Va.
Wife of George Parramore.
Descendant of Archibald Alexander, as follows:
1. Charles Reid Sterrett (1862-1903) m. 1889 Annie Dunlap (1862-1916).
2. James Reid Sterrett (1819-66) m. 1845 Rebecca Alexander Wilson (1825-89).
[p.119] 3. Samuel Wilson (1786-1866) m. 1809 Phoebe Tate (1789-1846).
4. Robert Tate (1754-1832) m. Margaret McClung (1755-1839).
5. John McClung (1731-1817) m. 1754 Elizabeth Alexander (1735-1802).
6. Archibald Alexander m. 1st 1734 Margaret Parks.
Archibald Alexander was appointed sheriff and justice of Augusta and Rockingham Counties, Va. He was born, 1708, in Ireland; died in Virginia.

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Born in Chicago, Ill.
Descendant of William Tate and George Painter, as follows:
1. Miles Wilbur Satterfield (b. 1856) m. 1882 Mary Elizabeth Petrie (b. 1856).
2. Thomas Robinson Satterfield (1828-1909) m. 2d 1855 Sarah Matilda Tate (b. 1836).
3. William Tate, 3d (1808-81), m. 1833 Elizabeth Jones (1817-92).
4. William Tate, 2d (1770-1834), m. 1791 Esther Painter (1770-1835).
5. William Tate, 1st, m. 2d 1763 Ann Nichols Dixon (d. 1790); George Painter m. - Bowman.
William Tate (1740-82) took the Oath of Allegiance, 1777, in Donegal, Lancaster County, Pa. He was born in Hockessing, Pa.; died in New Castle County, Del.
George Painter served, 1776, as private in the 1st Philadelphia battalion of militia, and 1780, in Capt. William Bower's company, Col. Benjamin Eyre's 2d regiment of foot. He was born, 1743, in Chester County; died in Philadelphia, Pa.
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Mrs. Katherine Shepherd Knisely.      [IRISH   LINE}
DAR ID Number: 158212
Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of Philip Warren Knisely.
Descendant of Ensign Robert Tate, as follows:
1. Charles Buford Shepherd (1844-1914) m. 1863 Pollie Adams (1843-84).
2. Milo Adams m. 1842 Mary Duerson (1822-86).
3. William Duerson (b. 1796) m. 1819 Nancy Tate (1799-1851).
4. Robert Tate m. 1791 Nancy Campbell (b. 1770).
Robert Tate served as ensign in the Pennsylvania militia under Captain Peebles and Lieut. Colonel Dunlap. He was born, 1754, in Carlow, Ireland.
 

Miss Margaret Chenoweth Tate.            [Thios isa Mangus Tate line}
DAR ID Number: 163111
Born in Newport, Ky.
Descendant of Lieut. John Humphreys, Col. Thomas Marshall and Capt. Thomas Marshall, Jr., as follows:
1. John Chenoweth Tate (b. 1854) m. 1876 Frances C. Casey (b. 1853).
2. John Humphreys Tate (1816-91) m. 1853 Margaret Kincaid Chenoweth (1832-89); James Blackwell Casey (1829-98) m. 1851 Lucy Ambler Marshall (1832-1919).
3. William Tate (1775-1818) m. 1807 Abigail North Humphreys (1787-1862); John Marshall (1795-1859) m. 1818 Lucy Ambler (1796-1835).
4. John Humphreys m. 1775 Ann North (1750-1826); Thomas Marshall, Jr., m. 2d 1790 Frances Maitland Kennan (1773-1833).
5. Thomas Marshall m. 1754 Mary Randolph Keith (1737-1809).
John Humphreys (1744-94) served as ensign, 1779, Lee's battalion of Light Dragoons; 1781-83, as lieutenant, 2d Pennsylvania artillery. He was a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Harpers Ferry, Va. (now W. Va.).

Mrs. Addie Maria Edmonston Coil.
DAR ID Number: 164621
Born in Audrain County, Mo.
Wife of Benjamin Jacob Coil.
Descendant of Ninian Edmonston and of Lieut. Thomas Tate, as follows:
1. George W. Edmonston (1824-87) m. 1856 Nancy Ward Davis (1839-1902).
2. Washington O. Edmonston (1797-1854) m. 1820 Elizabeth Wilson (1802-49); Benjamin Franklin Davis (1805-77) m. 1829 Eleanor Bowen McCarty (1811-89).
3. Archibald Edmonston m. Elizabeth Owens; Benjamin McCarty (1765-1865) m. Elizabeth Tate (d. 1843).
4. Ninian Edmonston m. Dorothy Brooke Edmonston; Thomas Tate m. 1764 Jane Campbell.
[p.194] Ninian Edmonston served as private from Maryland under Colonel Howard. He also signed the Oath of Fidelity and Support in Prinoe Georges County, Maryland, where, in 1740, he was born. He died in Prince Georges County, Md.
Also No. 162821.
Thomas Tate was lieutenant at the Battle of Point Pleasant and also, a Commissioner of Special Tax, 1782, of Augusta County, Va., where he was born. He died, 1833, in Smyth County, Va