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Miss Florence Barlow, born in Urbana Ohio    DAR ID Number 101479 Also No. 88761
Descendant of Ensign Basil Israel, as follows
1. Linden C. Barlow (b. 1861) m. 1836 Candia Sowers (b. 1867).
2. John Ebert Sowers (1831-1906) m. 1865 Lucy Israel (d. 1886).
3. William Israel (1818-94) m. Ist 1841 Martha Thompson.
4. Robert Israel (b. 1784) m. 2nd Julia Higgins.
5. Basil Israel m. 1781 Eleanor Mansel (1763-1851).

Basil Israel (1757-1829) served as ensign, 1777, in Capt. John Dorsey's company, Maryland militia.
He was born in Anne Arundel County, Md.; died in New Guilford, Ohio.

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Mrs. Ellen Stevens Pearson, born in Brooklyn New York    DAR ID Number 102309 Also No. 20282
Wife of Edwin S. Pearson
Descendant of Capt. Timothy Foster, as follows
1. Barlow Stevens (1821-86) m. 1849 Eleanora White (1830-1902).
2. Thomas Stevens (1784-1863) m. 1810 Anna Foster (1783-1868).
3. Ephraim Stevens (1758-1837) m. Sybil Foster (1763-1813).
4. Timothy Foster m. Sybil Freeman (1723-1813).

Timothy Foster (1720-85) was chosen ensign, 1775, of the militia company of Winthrop and, 1777, was promoted captain.
He was born in Attleboro, Mass.; died in Winthrop, Me.

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Mrs. Lydia Stevens White, born in Brooklyn New York     DAR ID Number 102310 See No. 102309
Wife of James W. White Descendant of Capt. Timothy Foster, as follows
1. Barlow Stevens (1821-86) m. 1849 Eleanora White (1830-1902).

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Mrs. Elizabeth Hockridge Barlow, born in Blue Ridge Missouri     DAR ID Number 102457
Wife of George Washington Barlow
Descendant of Daniel Wharry, as follows
1. Nelson A. Hockridge (b. 1831) m. 2nd 1855 Maretta Hart (1840-1900).
2. James E. Hart (1805-57) m. 1829 Sally Wharry (1802-47).
3. Daniel Wharry m. 1784 Eunice Golden.

Daniel Wharry (1764-1842) served as private under Captains Burnett and Hardenburg, Colonels Pawling and Weisenfels, New York Line.
He was born in Montgomery; died in Alexandria, N.Y.

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Mrs. Mabel Barlow Kautz, born in Bethany Missouri      DAR ID Number 102458 See No. 102457
Wife of Leslie R. Kautz
Descendant of Daniel Wharry, as follows
1. George Washington Barlow (b. 1855) m. 1879 Elizabeth Hockridge (b. 1859).
2. Nelson A. Hockridge (b. 1831) m. 2nd 1855 Maretta Hart (1840-1900).

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Mrs. H. Inez Goodell, born in Worcester New York      DAR ID Number 104437
Wife of C. LeRoy Goodell
Descendant of Edmund Barlow, as follows
1. W. H. Sturges (b. 1862) m. 1884 Helen M. Olmstead (b. 1866).
2. Henry Sturges (1836-80) m. 1859 Mary M. Barlow (b. 1838).
3. Roswell Barlow (1808-86) m. 1833 Loranda Butts (1809-95).
4. Jabez Barlow (1785-1865) m. 1805 Mary Edmunds (1787-1880).
5. Edmund Barlow m. 1769 Salome Middlebrook (d. 1825).

Edmund Barlow (1749-1825) served in the Connecticut Line and was taken prisoner by the English at Fairfield in 1779.
He was born in Green Farms, Conn.; died in Stamford, N.Y.

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Mrs. Frances Lord Maclellan, born in Fairfield Connecticut    DAR ID Number 105173
Wife of Dr. Edward A. MacLellan
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Elwood, as follows
1. Matthew Lord (1808-93) m. 1835 Jane Scofield (1811-91).
2. Joseph Scofield (1778-1848) m. 1807 Phœbe Elwood (1786-1825).
3. Thomas Elwood m. 1st 1777 Susanna Barlow (b. 1754).

Thomas Elwood (1754-1820) served as lieutenant of marines on the "Alliance." He was born and died in Fairfield, Conn.

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Mrs. Beatrice Fitch Allen, born in Chicago Illinois    DAR ID Number 106694 Also No. 94925
Wife of F. George Allen Descendant of Lieut. Ebenezer Fitch, as follows
1. John Fitch (1824-78) m. 1858 Mary Hamlin (1834-78).
2. Ebenezer Fitch, Jr., m. Mary Barlow
3. Ebenezer Fitch m. 1780 Perses Bush (1759-1816).

Ebenezer Fitch (1751-1826) served as sergeant, ensign, and lieutenant, Massachusetts troops.   He was born in Bedford; died in Stirling, Mass.

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Miss Charlotte Barlow, born in Albert Lea Minnesota    DAR ID Number 106903 Also No. 102871.
Descendant of Jedediah Prescott, as follows
1. Frank W. Barlow (b. 1852) m. 1875 Emma Prescott (b. 1854).
2. Cyrus Starett Prescott (1830-1900) m. 1852 Harriet Bisbee (1832-1911).
3. Daniel Prescott (1802-88) m. 1828 Betsey Maservy.
4. Noah Prescott (1773-1853) m. 1795 Betsy French. [p.277]
5. Jedediah Prescott m. 1772 Sarah Morrill (1752-1802).

Jedediah Prescott (1746-1827) in 1776 signed the Association Test in Deerfield, and, 1781, represented Winthrop in Legislature of Massachusetts. He was born in Winthrop; died in Searsmont, Me.

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Mrs. Mary Louise Mills Banks, born in Rochester Wisconsin   DAR ID Number 107556 Also No. 68766
Wife of J. J. Banks
Descendant of Samuel Mills, Sergt. Jared Ferrand, and Aaron Barlow, as follows
1. Cassius Andrew Mills (1817-73) m. 1846 Maria Honora Bennett (1820-62).
2. Daniel Comstock Mills (b. 1794) m. 1816 Dolly Farrand (1800-50)
Isaiah Williams Bennett (1795-1865) m. 1818 Lovisa Barlow (1796-1832).
3. Jared Farrand
Benjamin Barlow (b. 1765) m. 1786 Louisa King
Samuel Mills m. 1st Eunice Comstock.
4. Aaron Barlow m. 1st 1761 Mary Nye (b. 1737).

Samuel Mills was pensioned for service as private, Captain Dustin's company, Colonel Reed's New Hampshire regiment.
He died, 1848, in Shelbourne, Vt.

Jared Farrand (1757-1862) served as private and sergeant in Capt. Joe Safford's Vermont company.
He was born in Norwich, Conn.; died in Middleburgh, Ohio.

Aaron Barlow (1735-1823) in 1774 was a member of a committee of Barnstable, Mass., and, 1776, served as private in Capt. Nathaniel Hammond's company, Col. Ebenezer Sprout's regiment, which marched from Rehoboth.
He was born in Rochester, Mass.; died in Barnard, Vt.

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Mrs. Ella Barlow Winston, born in Fayette Co Kentucky      DAR ID Number 108003 Also No. 67824
Wife of John J. Winston
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Barlow, as follows
1. Joseph Thomas Barlow (1834-1912) m. 1855 Anna Lydick (1835-1911).
2. Martin Barlow m. Fannie Cantrill (d. 1836).
3. Thomas Barlow m. Susan Childs Isbell.

Thomas Barlow (1760-1825) served as lieutenant under General Lafayette in the battle of Yorktown.
He was born in Caroline County, Va.; died in Kentucky.

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Mrs. Bettie Barlow Stamps, born in Livinston Co Missouri    DAR ID Number 108437
Wife of John H. Stamps
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Barlow, as follows   > See No. 108003

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Mrs. Marjorie M. Sturges Leichtamer, born in Worcester New York    DAR ID Number 110462 Also No. 104437
Wife of Mahlon Patton Leichtamer
Descendant of Edmund Barlow, as follows
1. W. H. Sturges (b. 1862) m. 1884 Helen M. Olmstead (b. 1866).
2. Henry Sturges (1836-80) m. 1859 Mary M. Barlow (b. 1838).
3. Roswell Barlow (1808-86) m. 1833 Loranda Butts (1809-95).
4. Jabez Barlow (1785-1865) m. 1805 Mary Edmunds (1787-1880).
5. Edmund Barlow m. 1769 Salome Middlebrook (d. 1825).

Edmund Barlow (1749-1825) served in the Connecticut Line and was taken prisoner by the English at Fairfield in 1779.
He was born in Green Farms, Conn.; died in Stamford, N. Y.

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Mrs. Helen Augusta Kelly Ellis, born in Manchester Iowa    DAR ID Number 112079 Also No. 69017
Wife of William F. Ellis
Descendant of Talcott Gold (Gould), as follows
1. Travis Kelly (1814-85) m. 1856 Helen A. Banks (1831-88).
2. David Bradley Banks (1812-38) m. 1826 Pamelia Phillips (1809-1907).
3. Bradley Banks (1780-1806) m. Sally Gould (Gold).
4. Talcott Gold (Gould) m. 1882 Amy Barlow.

Talcott Gold (Gould) (1759-1836) enlisted, 1780, in the naval service on board the ship "Alliance," commanded by Capt. John Barrey.
In 1818 he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed.    He was born in Fairfield, Conn.; died in Friendship, N. Y.

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Miss Hannah Smith Bourne Dykes, born in Wareham Massachusetts    DAR ID Number 112324
Descendant of Benjamin Bourne and of James Smith, as follows
1. Alfred Dykes (1825-90) m. 1851 Hannah Smith Bourne (1829-53).
2. Sylvanus Bourne (1797-1861) m. 1823 Hannah Smith (1803-90).
3. Peter Smith (1771-1854) m. 1796 Nancy Ewer (1772-1850)
Benjamin Bourne m. 1783 Hannah Perry (1764-1834).
4. James Smith m. 1757 Hannah Barlow (1733-1818).

Benjamin Bourne (1760-1829) served as private, 1776, in Capt. John Gibbs company, Colonel Sprout's regiment, Massachusetts Line.
He was born and died in Wareham, Mass.

James Smith (1730-89) served as private in Capt. James Davis' company, Massachusetts Line.
He was born and died in Barnstable, Mass.

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Mrs. Helen Conine Hoppe, born in Meigs Co Ohio    DAR ID Number 113088
Wife of C. C. Hoppe Descendant of Capt. Eleazer Curtis, Sergt. Eleazer Curtis, Jr., and Ensign Aaron Barlow, as follows
1. James W. Conine (1836-95) m. 1862 Fanny L. Curtis (b. 1841).
2. Benajah Curtis (1791-1850) m. Mary Barlow (1805-39).
3. Eleazer Curtis, Jr., m. 1782 Eunice Starr (b. 1766)
Elnathan Barlow (d. 1812) m. Anna Morehouse (d. 1855).
4. Eleazer Curtis m. 1759 Mary Carter
Aaron Barlow m. Rebecca Sandford.

Eleazer Curtis (1736-79) commanded a company, 1775, in Colonel Hinman's regiment; and, 1778, was appointed major in Colonel Enos' regiment.   He was born in Lebanon; died in Warren, Conn.

Eleazer Curtis, Jr. (1759-1801), served as sergeant and was engaged in the battles of Germantown and Monmouth.
He was born in Connecticut; died in Ohio.

Aaron Barlow (1750-1800) in 1777 served as ensign in Col. Samuel Whitney's Connecticut regiment of militia.
He was born in Reading, Conn.

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Mrs. Thirza Barlow Wadsworth Brown, born in Harpersville New York    DAR ID Number 113537 Also No. 104437
Wife of William J. Wadsworth
Descendant of Edmund Barlow, as follows
1. Jabez H. Barlow (b. 1848) m. 1873 Elizabeth Taylor (b. 1849).
2. Harry Barlow (1816-89) m. 1845 Angeline Lyon (1818-1906).
3. Jabez Barlow (1785-1865) m. 1805 Mary Edmunds (b. 1787).
4. Edmund Barlow m. 1st Salome Middlebrook (d. 1825).

Edmund Barlow (1749-1825) served in the Connecticut Line and was taken prisoner by the English at Fairfield in 1779.
He was born in Green Farms; died in Stamford, Conn.

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Miss Helen Elizabeth Hamlin, born in New York, New York     DAR ID Number 114391 Also No. 72301
Descendant of Elisha Hamlin, as follows
1. Frank Harmon Hamlin (b. 1862) m. 1889 Helene Madeline Wesselman (b. 1867).
2. Isaac Grandson Hamlin (1822-94) m. 1846 Cornelia Elizabeth Atwood (1826-97).
3. Alfred Hamlin (1794-1851) m. 1813 Rachel Barlow (1796-1883).
4. Elisha Hamlin m. Rachael Bradshaw (1758-1839).

Elisha Hamlin (1754-1848) served several enlistments under different commands, 1776-79, Connecticut troops.
In 1832 he was placed on the Connecticut pension roll. He was born in Milford; died in Canterbury, Conn.

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Mrs. Lucile Nye Cary       DAR ID Number 114496 Also No. 98281
Wife of Horace Jackson Cary
Descendant of Samuel Scott, as follows
1. Fred Allen Nye m. Helen Barlow.
2. Thomas Jefferson Barlow (b. 1838) m. 1868 Elizabeth Alma Scott (b. 1849).
3. James Scott (1797-1853) m. 2nd 1829 Mary Eaton (1805-64).
4. Joseph Scott (1771-1827) m. Mary Kirkland (1775-1834).
5. Samuel Scott m. Rachel Tidball.

Samuel Scott (1740-1823) served in the 7th battalion, Pennsylvania troops, from Lancaster County, under Capt. Andrew Boggs.
He was born near Gettysburg, Pa.; died in Cherokee, Logan County, Ohio.

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Mrs. Katie Ellis Bibb Wade, born in Barren Co Kentucky    DAR ID Number 114581 Also No. 98036
Wife of H. K. Wade
Descendant of Sergt. James Bibb, as follows
1. Thomas Walker Bibb (1837-90) m. 1857 Sarah Barlow (1840-1910)
2. Fleming Bibb (1794-1850) m. 2nd 1836 Catherine Ellis (1817-60).
3. James Bibb m. Nancy Fleming (d. 1824).

James Bibb (1754-1846) was placed on the pension roll of Green County, Ky., 1832, for service as private and sergeant, Virginia troops. He was born in Louisa County, Va.; died in Green County, Ky.

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Mrs. Blanche Curtis Wetherholt, born in Wilkensville Ohio    DAR ID Number 115028 Also No. 71600
Wife of George J. Wetherholt
Descendant of Major Eleazer Curtis, as follows
1. George L. Derry (1833-99) m. 1863 Mary Curtis (b. 1835).
2. Benajah Curtis (1791-1850) m. 1827 Mary Ann Barlow (1805-89).
3. Eleazer Curtis, Jr. (1758-1801) m. 1782 Eunice Starr (b. 1766).
4. Eleazer Curtis m. 1759 Mary Carter.

Eleazer Curtis (1736-79) served as captain of the 7th company, and as major in Colonel Enos' regiment on the Hudson River, 1778.
He was born in Lebanon; died in Warren, Conn.

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Mrs. Delphine Judd Parshall, born in Maple Grove Michigan    DAR ID Number 116182
Wife of Millis Lincoln Parshall
Descendant of Lott Swift, as follows
1. James V. Judd (1822-1906) m. 2nd 1850 Persis Ganson (b. 1835).
2. Nathan Ganson (1804-84) m. 1827 Julia Ann Swift (1808-85).
3. Seth Swift (1782-1849) m. 1804 Annis Philleo.
4. Lott Swift m. 1778 Elisabeth Barlow (1759-1855).

Lott Swift (1758-1840) was pensioned, 1834, for service as private and fifer under Captains Colby Chamberlain and Wheeler, Colonel Graham, New York Line. He was born in Sandwich, Mass.; died in Barre, N. Y.

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Mrs. Amy S. Redfield Van Leuvan, born in Franklin New York     DAR ID Number 116335 See No. 116001
Wife of Edward H. Van Leuvan
Descendant of James Redfield, as follows
1. Jesse Redfield (1811-1904) m. 1831 Sarah W. Squires (1811-39).
2. James Redfield, Jr. (1767-1858), m. 2nd 1795 Abigail Barlow (d. 1822).

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Mrs. Edith Hill Beck, born in Liberty New York     DAR ID Number 118802 Also No. 66792
Wife of Jacob M. Beck
Descendant of Capt. Ebenezer Hill and of William Grant, as follows
1. George Leander Hill (b. 1846) m. 1882 Mary Moot (b. 1844).
2. George Hill (1820-1912) m. Eunice Grant (1823-82).
3. Nathaniel Barlow Hill (1793-1882) m. 1817 Sarah Platt (1793-1856)
Joseph Grant (1787-1860) m. 2nd Susan Young (1788-1868).
4. Ebenezer Hill, Jr. (1768-1842) m. 1791 Sarah Barlow (1770-1845)
William Grant m. 2nd 1785 Polly Torrington.
5. Ebenezer Hill m. 1765 Mabel Sherwood (1745-1820).

Ebenezer Hill (1742-98) was captain of 1st company, 7th regiment, Connecticut Line. He was born and died in Farifield, Conn.

William Grant (1741-1825) enlisted, 1775, as private; in 1782 served as mariner on the ship "Tartar."
His widow was allowed a pension in 1848. He was born in Torrington, Conn.; died in Liberty, N. Y.

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