Nihanawate 2016

Graves marked by the Nihanawate Chapter of the DAR.



James Cole


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Photos of the graves of Private James Cole, DAR Patriot # A024162 FAG# 25532044, and his wife Annah Stillson in the Fowler Baptist Church Cemetery in Fowler NY. James was born 18 June 1761 in Cornwall CT and died 5 March 1834 in Fowler NY at the age of 73. He served in the Revolutionary War in CT under Col Mead. Annah died 15 Dec 1826 at the age of 69. Other photos appear on the Find a grave website.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Solomon Root



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Photo of the grave of Private Solomon Root, DAR index # A097498 FAG# 27224067, and his second wife Bulah, in the Gulf Cemetery in the town of Hailesboro NY. The DAR Index refers to him as Salmon Root. His first wife was Diademia Byington. Solomon served in the Revolutionary War in CT under Capt Judd, Col Wyllys, Capt Clift, Col Butler, & Maj Prescott. He was born in 1764 in CT and died June 9, 1853 at the age of 90 in Fowler, NY. He resided in Farmington, CT during the war.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanatwate Chapter NSDAR.




John Garrett



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Photo of the grave of Private and Teamster John Garrett, DAR Patriot Index # A044192 FAG# 26023219, in Riverside Cemetery in the village of Gouverneur NY. John resided in Farmington CT and Goshen CT and served in the Revolutionary War in CT. He served under Capts Gershom Tuttle, Stern, and John Allen. He also served under Cols Wadworth, Larned, Ajcson, & Mead. He was born 1756 in England and died 16 Feb 1853 in Gouverneur NY at age 97. His second wife's last name was Carrington. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Jedediah Kingsley



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Photos of the graves of Sergeant Jedediah Kingsley, DAR Patriot # A065066 FAG# 25532120, and his wife, Mary Cary, in the Fowler Baptist Church Cemetery in Fowler NY. Jedediah was born 15 Nov 1753 in Becket, Berkshire Co. MA and died 13 Nov 1832 at the age of 78 in St Lawrence Co NY. He served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Pvt Capt Peter Porter, Col John Brown, & Sgt, Capt Sam Goodrich, Birkshire Co. Mary died 16 Mar 1839 at the age of 87. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Comfort Johnson



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Photo of the grave of Sergeant Comfort Johnson, DAR Patriot # A063074 FAG# 25532099, and his wife Sarah Sumner in the Fowler Baptist Church Cemetery in Fowler NY. Comfort was born in 1755 and died 19 Aug 1840 at the age of 85 in Fowler St Lawrence Co NY. His wife, Sarah died in Oct 1836 at the age of 68. He resided in Williamstown Berkshire Co MA and Tryon Co NY. He served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capts Abiathar Angel, Samuel Curtis, John Shepard, & Thomas Pattin. He also served under Cols David Brewer, Ebenezer Learned, Jeduthan Baldwin, and Lamb. His Pension Number was *S10917. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Gilbert Ray



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Corporal Gilbert Ray, DAR Patriot Index # A093587 FAG# 28390932, in the North Russell Cemetery, North Russell NY. He was born 18 Aug 1765 in Wrentham Suffolk Co MA and died 17 Mar 1849 in Russell St Lawrence Co NY AE 84 y's & 7 m's. He was married to Rachel Perry. Rachel’s stone is now very broken but a photo of a pieced together stone can be found for her on FAG. She died 15 April 1861. Gilbert Ray resided in Wrentham Suffolk Co MA and served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capts McDaniel, Heywood and Cols Smith, Sprout 2nd Regt. He had Pension Number S*W26353. Other photos appear on FAG & Anne Cady's websites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Samuel Whitney



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Photos of the grave sites of Revolutionary War Patriot Private Samuel Whitney, DAR Patriot Index # A125246, and his wife Mary Whitney in Hill Crest Cemetery, Lawrenceville NY. Samuel was born 5 August 1758 in MA and died 1 June 1831 in Lawrenceville NY at the age of 79. He resided in Worcester MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capt Whitney and Col Denny. Mary died 27 April 1835 at the age of 78. Other photos appear on Find a Grave memorial # 62430059.
Grave marked by Mary Stark Farnham,, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Alexander Brush



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Photo of the grave site of Lieutenant Alexander Brush, DAR Patriot # A016187, and his wife Ruth Fay in the Bayside Cemetery in Potsdam NY. According to the DAR, Alexander was born 21 January 1755, and died 15 July 1815 in Madrid NY AE, 60 YRS. He served in the Revolutionary War in VT under Sgt, Ens & Adjt, Capts. Brownson, Stark. He also served under Cols. Warner & Fletcher. Ruth died on 5 February 1861 AE. 97 yrs. Note that Alexander's name on the obelisk appears as Col. Alex. Brush, and his death date reads 16 July 1814. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave memorial # 75153164.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Nathan Chandler


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Photo of the grave of Private Nathan Chandler, DAR Patriot # A020694 in the Bayside Cemetery in Potsdam NY. He was born 23 August 1758 in the Rutland District Worcester County MA, and died 19 May 1835 in Potsdam St. Lawrence County NY AE. 76 y'rs. He was married to Lucy Wing. According to the Bayside Cemetery records, Lucy Wing Chandler died on 15 February 1845, and was buried in Section L, Lot # 057, No stone. Nathan resided in Barre Worcester County MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA. He served under Capts Hayes, Stockwell, Nye & Grout. He also served under Cols Whitcomb, Cushing, Doolittle & Hallett. Nathan's Pension Number was S*W20858. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave memorial# 97869235.
Grave marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Samuel Shead



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Photos of the graves of Private Samuel Shead, DAR Patriot # A102335 and his wife, Hannah Brooks, in the Wayside Cemetery in the Village of Richville NY. The DAR has him listed under Samuel Shedd. He was born 26 Dec 1764 in Sheffield MA and died 12 Apr 1829 in Richville NY. Hannah died 25 Mar 1829 AE 64 years. Samuel served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capt Sam Warner ‘New Marlborough North Co’ and Col John Brown’s Berkshire Co Regt. Other photos appear on Anne Cady and Find a Grave 25691422.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Ichabod Walker



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Soldier Ichabod Walker, DAR Patriot # A119381 FAG# 82992683, in the Bayside Cemetery in Potsdam St Lawrence Co NY. He was born 23 December 1749 in Coventry Providence Co RI, and died 21 March 1832 in Potsdam St Lawrence Co NY in his 83rd. year. His first wife was Abigail Logia. According to Vermont Vital Records, Abigail wife of Ichabod Walker died at age 50 on 4 April 1798 in Clarendon Vermont, and was buried there in Haven Hill Cemetery. His second wife was Penelope X Ring. Ichabod resided in Rutland Rutland Co VT and Clarendon Vt and served in the Revolutionary War in VT.
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NARA, COMP MIL SERV RECS, Roll #896, and served under CAPT ICHABOD ROBINSON, MILITIA. Note that Ichabod Walker's death date on his headstone reads 18 March 1832. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave Website.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Charles Boreland



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Rebecca MacNeal Borland, wife of Private Charles Borland, Patriot Index # A012295 FAG# 25691729, in the Wayside Cemetery in Richville NY. Charles was born 17 May 1757 in Ulster Co NY and died 21 Aug 1839 in St Lawrence Co NY. He is buried with Rebecca but his stone can not be read. Rebecca died 18 Apr 1846 AE. 85 yr. Charles served in the American Revolution in NY and resided in Ulster Co NY. He is listed on the DAR Patriot Index as Charles Boreland. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate NSDAR Chapter.




Joel Brownson



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Photos of the grave sites of Sergeant Joel Brownson, DAR Patriot # A014871 FAG# 70846835, and his wife Betty Brownson in the Garfield Cemetery in Potsdam NY. The DAR Index refers to him as Bronson. According to the DAR Joel was born 12 May 1762 in Woodbury CT, and died 22 May 1843 in Potsdam NY. He married Betty Lee who died 12 January 1842 in her 77 yr. Joel resided in Richmond Chittenden Co. VT and served in the Revolutionary War in VT. He served under CPL CAPT. Eli Brownson, COL. Ira Allen. Note that the death date on Joel's headstone appears as 22 March 1843.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham. Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Ephraim Miles



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Private Ephraim Miles DAR Patriot # A078836 FAG# 46489088, and his wife Zeruiah Miles in Garfield Cemetery Potsdam, NY. According to the DAR Index her name was Zermiah. Ephraim was born 6 December 1759 in Westminister MA, and died 14 September 1838 in Potsdam St. Lawrence Co. NY at age 79 yrs. He married Zermiah Rugg who died 4 September. The headstone is broken and her death year is unavailable. Ephraim Miles resided in Westministerm, Worcester Co, MA and served in the Revolutionary War in MA . He served under Capts Bemis, Sargent, Carter, Boutelle, also under Browning, Seeley, Benjamin, MA & VT. Ephraim's Pension Number was S*W21810. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham. Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Thomas Swift Jr.



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Private Thomas Swift, Jr., DAR Patriot # A112038 FAG# 42555362, in Garfield Cemetery, Potsdam NY. According to the DAR Thomas was born 3 May 1753 in Rochester MA, and died on 30 January 1818 in Potsdam NY at the age of 57. He was married to Margaret Aiken. Thomas served in the Revolutionary War in NY under Capt Cox and Col Wood. Note that Thomas's name on the headstone appears as Capt. Tho. Swift, and the death date reads April 1813 and his age at the time of death 57. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham. Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




John Fobes/Forbes



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Photos of the graves of Private John Fobes, DAR Patriot Index # A040663 FAG# 28693318, and his first wife Abigail "Nabby" Baily. John was born 4 Nov 1761 in Bridgewater MA and died 22 Jan 1842 in his 81 year. Nabby died 30 July 1821 in the 59 year of her age. They are buried in Grant Cemetery in Potsdam NY. He had a second wife Electa Harris. The DAR Patriot Index calls him John Forbes. He served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capts Pomeroy, Woodbridge, and Sheldon & Cols Jacobs and Murray. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Joseph Bailey



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Photo of the grave of Sergeant Joseph Bailey, DAR Patriot Index # A004707 FAG# 28693227, and his wife, Abigail Pickard. Joseph was born 21 Jan 1750 in Scituate Plymouth Co MA and died 20 Sept 1839 in Potsdam St Lawrence Co NY in the 90 year of his age. Abigail died 1 Feb 1813 in the 59 year of her age. They are buried in Grant Cemetery in Potsdam NY. He served in the Revolutionary War in MA under MM ORDSGT, QMSGT, QM, Capts Lothrop, Badlam, & Sibley and Cols. Bailey, & Knox. He resided in Bridgewater Plymouth Co MA. His Pension Number was S46707. Other photos appear on Find A Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




George Sloan



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Lieutenant George Sloan, DAR Patriot # A105271 FAG# 18766999 in the Silas Wright Cemetery in Canton NY. George was born on 28 September 1749 in Armagh Ireland, and died 15 January 1840 in Canton NY. George served in the Revolutionary War in MA. He was married to Huldah Foote. According to the Vital Records of Washington MA to the Year 1850, NEHGS, 1940, p.44, Huldah Foot (sic) married George Sloan on 16 April 1775.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Nathan Crary



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Photos of the grave sites of Private Nathan Crary, DAR Patriot # A027539 FAG# 53558806, and his wife Lydia Arnold Crary in Pierrepont Hill Cemetery Pierrepont NY. Joel was born 9 March 1762 in Voluntown Windham Co CT, and died 21 March 1752 in Pierrepont St. Lawrence County NY. He married Lydia Arnold who died 24 April 1853 AE 87 yrs. Nathan resided in Voluntown Windham Co CT, and also Clarendon Bennington Co VT, and served in the Revolutionary War in CT & VT. He served under Capts. Cady Swayer Robinson, Allen, Sexton and also LCOL. Gordon, COLS. Claghorn & Walbridge. Nathan had Pension # SR2456V. Note Rev. is inscribed on his headstone. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady Websites.
Grave site marked by Shirley Ann Gardner, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Joshua Parker



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Photos of the graves of Private Joshua Parker, DAR Patriot Index # A087679 FAG# 25988057, and his 2nd wife, Mary Adams, in Riverside Cemetery Gouverneur NY. Joshua was born 28 Aug 1749 in Needham MA and died 10 Oct 1831 in his 82 year in Gouverneur NY. Mary died 1 Apr 1816 in her 78 year. Joshua resided in and served in the Revolutionary War in Vermont under Lt Moses Johnson and Col Wm Williams. The DAR index says he died in 1832 but the grave stone says 1831. Other photos appear on Anne Cady and Find a Grave websites. BR /> Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Jabez Healy



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Grace Bailey Healy, wife of Private Jabez Healy, DAR Patriot Index # A053803 FAG# 33176761. Jabez was born 29 Sept 1763 in Dudley MA and died 1 Dec 1838 in Potsdam NY. Grace died 3 Sept 1811 in the 47 year of her age. She is buried in Grant Cemetery in Potsdam NY. Findagrave says Jabez is there but shows no stone & I didn't find one. He served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capt Bonney & Col Israel Chapin and resided in Chesterfield MA. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Eber Goodnow



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Private Eber Goodnow, DAR Patriot # A046517 FAG# 27807549, in the Brick Chapel Cemetery in Canton NY. He was born on 15 March 1765 in Northborough Worcester Co MA, and died 8 August 1843 in Canton St Lawrence Co NY in his 78 year. He resided in Shrewsbury Worcester Co MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capts Hartwell & Cook, Col Ward. Eber's Pension Number was *S13158. He was married to Susanah Atwood. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.

Grave marked by Janet Green Robert, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Giles Parmelee



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Photos of the grave sites of Private Giles Parmelee, DAR Patriot Index # A087949 FAG# 28453059, and his wife Hannah Pomeroy Parmelee in the Bacon Cemetery in Potsdam NY. These headstones have deteriorated a great deal since Anne Cady photographed them in July 2008. Giles was born 17 November 1763 in CT, and died Post 4 March 1846 in Potsdam St Lawrence County NY. He resided in Killingworth New London Co CT, and served in the Revolutionary War in CT. He served under Capts Aaron Halsey, Aaron Stevens, also under Col Herman Swift. Giles had Pension Number *S14097. Other photos appear on the FAG and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Jesse Ide



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Photos of the grave sites of Orderly Sergeant Jesse Ide, DAR Patriot # A059836 FAG# 28314913, and his second wife Lucy Hicks Ide in the Sandfordville Cemetery Stockholm NY. He was born 22 July 1760 in Rehoboth MA, and died on the 2 July 1848 in Stockholm NY 88 yrs.. His first wife was Laensca Sheldon Ide, and according to the Find a Grave website, she died on 15 May 1806, and was buried in Burke Green Cemetery, Burke, Caledonia Co. VT. Jesse resided in Windham Co VT, and served in the Revolutionary War in VT under Pvt, Capts Perry, Burke, Col Williams & Bradley; Ordl, Sgt, Capt Campbell, Col Hyde. Note that the death year on the headstone of Jesse reads 1849, and Laensca's name on the headstone in Vermont appears as Lucretia. Other photos appear on Anne Cady and FAG websites.
Grave site marked by Carole Jenkins Moulton, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Manassah Sawyer



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Sergeant Manassah Sawyer, DAR Patriot Index # A100339 FAG# 57440676, and his wife Beulah Howe Sawyer in West Potsdam Cemetery Potsdam NY. He was born on 27 March 1759 in Leominister MA, and died in Potsdam NY on 24 March 1842 AE. 83 Y'RS. Manassah served in the Revolutionary War in NH, and his service description reads: Also Pvt, Cpl. Beulah H. died 22 August 1840 AE. 77 Y'RS. Note His name appears as Manasseh on the headstone. Other photos appear on the Anne Cady and FAG websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Stephen Chandler



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Private Stephen Chandler, DAR Patriot Index # A020712 FAG# 40965102, in Union Cemetery, Potsdam NY. Stephen resided in Barre MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA. He served under Capts Bowker, Hamilton Oliver, Gates. He also served under Cols Whitney, Brewer, Sparhawk & Putnam. Stephen was born 23 August 1753 in Barre MA, and died in Potsdam NY on 25 August 1842 aged 88 yrs. His first wife was Meribah Nye. According to the Vital Records of Hardwick Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Thomas W. Baldwin, Boston, Mass., 1917. p. 153, Meribah Nye married Stephen Chandler on 23 May 1782. His second wife was Catharine Lampson Harwood. Other photos are available on the Anne Cady and FAG websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




William Carpenter



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Photos of the grave sites of Private William Carpenter, DAR Patriot Index # A019545 FAG# 28462113, and his wife Lucina Sumner Chandler in the Bacon Cemetery in Potsdam NY. William was born 25 September 1752 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co. MA, and died on the 24 July 1843 in Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co NY. Lucina was born on 8 September 1764 in Keene NH , the daughter of Rev. Clement Sumner, and died 15 November 1838 in Potsdam NY. William resided in Swanzey, Cheshire Co, NH, and served in the Revolutionary War in New Hampshire. He served under Pvt, Cl; Lex Alarm, Bennington, Capts Humphrey, Townes, Whitcomb & Spaulding, also LtCol Gregg, Cols Reed, Wingate. William had Pension Number *S10426. Note that the birth day on the headstone for William is inscribed as 22. Other photos appear on the Anne Cady and Find a Grave websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Samuel Leonard



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Staff Officer Samuel Leonard, DAR Patriot # A069342 FAG# 27807692, in the Brick Chapel Cemetery in Canton NY. Samuel was born the 12 November 1740 in Rutland Worcester Co MA, and died 8 April 1841 in Canton NY aged 100 yrs. & 5 mo. He resided in Hampshire Co MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA as Quartermaster in Col. David Moseley's 3rd Hampshire Co Regt. Service Source: MA Sol & Sails, Vol 9, P 704. Samuel married three times; his first wife was Silence Ripley, second wife Rachel Tenney, and his third wife Abigail Ripley Robinson. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Janet Green Robert, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




John Martin



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Private John Martin, DAR Patriot #A074320 FAG# 118427779, in the Southville Cemetery in Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co. NY. John was born in 1759 in Portsmouth, NH. His residence was in the city of Londonderry, Rockingham Co. in NH. He served in the Revolutionary War under Col. Alex Scammel's Regt. in 1777, and also served under Capts. Hawkins, McGregore, and Livermore. He resided in Charlotte, VT in 1826, and Depauville, NY in 1844. He died in 1849 in Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co. NY. John was married to Rebecca Adams. Pension and source #S42911. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Thomas Scott



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Private Thomas Scott, DAR Patriot #A101839 FAG# 118427957, in the Southville Cemetery in Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co. NY. Thomas was born in 1761. He served in the Revolutionary War in Massachusetts under Capt. Brown, and Col. Bigelow. He resided in Cavendish, VT in 1795 and in St. Lawrence Co. in 1833. According to the DAR he died in Parishville, St. Lawrence Co. NY on March 2, 1852 at the age of 94. He was married to Olive Proctor. His pension and source #S42268. Note that the death date on the grave stone reads 1855 at the age of 94, not 1852 as on the DAR Patriot Index. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Luke Fletcher



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Private Luke Fletcher, DAR Patriot # A040871 FAG# 119357348, and his wife Hannah Russell Fletcher in the Sandfordville Cemetery in Stockholm NY. Luke was born in 1760, and died in January 1850 in Stockholm, NY AE. 86 yrs.. His first wife Bethiah's maiden name is unavailable. According to Heroes of the American Revolution, St Lawrence Co., NY, Nihanawate Chapter, 1998, Luke married second, Hannah Russell. She died in Stockholm, NY 18 May 1840 AE. 85 yrs. An article in the St. Lawrence Republican and General Advertiser, Ogdensburg, NY, dated 16 June 1840 read "Mrs. Hannah Fletcher died in Stockholm May 18, 1840, wife of Luke Fletcher. She had been confined 3 months after a fall upon her doorstep." Luke served in the Revolutionary War in NY, under Capt Burns, Col Sergeant. Note Luke's given name on the obelisk is spelled Lute, and his death date 14 January 1841. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave and Anne Cady websites.
Grave site marked by Carole Jenkins Moulton, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




James Weston



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Photo of the grave of Private James Weston, DAR Patriot #A123501 FAG# 118428071, in Southville Cemetery in the Town of Stockholm, St. Lawerence Co. NY. James was born March 3, 1760 in Tiverton, Devonshire Co. England. He served as a Private in the Revolutionary War under Capt. William Hutchins, Lt. James Brookin and Maj. Ebenezer Allen's Rangers. James resided in Wilmington, Cumberland Co. VT and was married to Ann Hayford, who died 4 January 1839, aged 79 years, in Stockholm NY. James died on Jan. 25, 1834 in Stockholm, St. Lawrence Co. NY. His wife Ann is buried beside him. His pension # and service source is S11719. Please note that the grave stone in the Southville Cemetery and all other info that I could find has his name as James Westurn. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Daniel Bradish



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Phoebe Jones Bradish,FAG # 41185950, wife of Private Daniel Bradish, DAR Patriot Index # A013444. Daniel was born 30 April 1761 in Westborough Worcester Co MA, and died 4 November 1855 in Potsdam, St Lawrence County NY. Phoebe is buried in Union Cemetery Potsdam NY. According to the Heroes of the American Revolution, St. Lawrence County, New York, Nihanawate Chapter, 1998, Daniel Bradish is buried in Union Cemetery in Norwood, NY. Daniel resided in Winchendon Worcester Co MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA, also Minuteman, under Capts William Henry, David Bent, Ephraim Houghton, also Cols Whitney, Job Cushing, Denny. He was awarded pension # S12297 for his service. The words legible on Phoebe's headstone: In memory of Phoebe wife of ….. Bradish. Other photos appear on Anne Cady and Find a Grave websites.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Daniel Kinney



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Photo not available Photos of the grave sites of Revolutionary War Patriot Private Daniel Kinney, DAR Patriot Index # A065265 FAG# 49678113, and his wife Polly Sprague in Massena Center Cemetery, Massena, NY. Daniel was born 16 October 1759 in Preston, CT and died 12 Sept 1847 in Massena Center, NY at the age of 88. He resided in Plainfield, CT, and served in the Revolutionary War in CT under Capt Ely and Col Parson. Polly died 17 July 1834 at the age of 69. Other photos appear on Find a Grave website.
Grave marked by Elaine LaPage, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Daniel Whitney



Photo not available Photo of the grave site of Corporal Daniel Whitney, DAR Patriot # A125057 FAG# 102321285, and his wife Catherine Stone in the Doran Cemetery in Madrid NY. Daniel was born on 15 September 1746 in Shrewsbury MA, and died 29 December 1809 in Madrid NY. According to the Vital Records of Shrewsbury Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, Frank R. Rice, Marriages, 1904, p.233, Katy (sic) Stone married Daniel Whitney on 26 September 1771 in Shrewsbury MA. Daniel resided in Shrewsbury MA, and served in the Revolutionary War in MA under Capt Robert Andrews, was at Lex Alarm. The names Daniel Whitney and Catherine are legible on the headstone. Other photos appear on Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Jonathan Church



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Second Lieutenant Jonathan Church, DAR Patriot Index # A021848 FAG# 25543646, in the Riverside Cemetery in Rossie NY. He was born 17 Apr 1747 in Hadley MA and died 23 Dec 1827 in Morristown NY. His wife, Perone Whipple, died in Sept 1817. Find a Grave says she is buried there beside him, but there was no stone. However, two large old stones were tipped over in front on his Rev War Memorial. There is a long and interesting story of his life on Find a Grave 25543646. Jonathan served in the Revolutionary War in VT and resided in Brattleboro, VT. He served under Brattleboro Company, Capt. Timothy Church, Col. Eleazer Patterson, 1st (Southern) Regt. of Cumberland Co. Militia. Other photos appear on Find a Grave and Anne Cady web sites.
Grave site marked by ,Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Reuben Post



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Photo of the grave of Sergeant Reuben Post, DAR Patriot # A091492 FAG# 101982223, in the Hopkinton- Fort Jackson Cemetery in Hopkinton, NY, St. Lawrence Co. Reuben was born on October 25, 1759. He served in Vermont in the Revolutionary War and served under Cpl., Capt., Samuel Allen, and Sgt. Isaac Clark. He served also under Capt. G. Sexton, and Col Ebenezer Walbridge. Reuben resided in Dorset, VT and was married to Esther Harmon. He died in Hopkinton, NY on August 2, 1815; his wife died Sept. 11, 1839. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Solomon Chittenden



Photo not available Photo of the grave of Private Solomon Chittenden, DAR #A021668 FAG# 66757333, in the Hopkinton-Fort Jackson Cemetery in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co. NY. Solomon was born Sept.14,1761 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co. CT. He resided in the city of Killingworth CT with his wife Susannah Sanford. Solomon served as a Private in the Revolutionary War under Col. Webb, Capt. Baldwin and Col. Swift. He died on Feb. 9, 1855 in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co. NY; his wife died Aug. 22, 1855. His pension number is SR1934V. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




David Henderson



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Photo of the grave of David Henderson, DAR # A054657 FAG# 101982292, in the Hopkinton-Fort Jackson Cemetery in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co. NY. He was born on July 21,1756 in Lunenburg, Worcester Co. MA. David served in the Revolutionary War as a private from MA and VT. He fought under Capts. Babcock, Keath, Satterlie, and Goodenough. He also served under Cols. Eason, Herrick and Jackson. His residence is listed as Deerfield-Enl, Charlotte Co. MA. David, who died on May 8, 1831 in Nicholville, St. Lawrence Co. NY,was married to Lydia Fitch, who died on June 26, 1834. His pension #S43658. David and Lydia are buried in Fort Jackson cemetery, Hopkinton, NY. Photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR, contact info: mittelstaedtj@yahoo.com




Roswell Hopkins



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Photo not available Photo of the grave of Srge. Mte. Roswell Hopkins Jr., DAR Patriot #A058140 FAG# 62884438, in the Hopkinton-Fort Jackson Cemetery, Hopkinton, St. Lawrence Co. NY. Roswell was born May 17, 1751 in Amenia, NY, and died in Chazy, NY on Sept. 5, 1829. He resided in Nine Partners, NY and served in the Revolutionary War as a Surgeon and Physician. He was married to Lydia Dewey and Mary Armstrong. Note the headstone reads Hon. Roswell Hopkins. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Sylvanus Willis



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Photos of the grave sites of Private Sylvanus Willis, DAR Patriot # A127024 FAG# 22193084, and his wife Eunice Davidson Willis in the Bayside Cemetery, Section C, Lot numbers 012 & 013 in Potsdam NY. Sylvanus was born 26 March 1756 in Windham, Windham Co, CT, and died 18 August 1841 in Potsdam St Lawrence Co NY. According to the records of the Bayside Cemetery, Eunice was born on 13 June 1757, and died 29 June 1849. Sylvanus resided in Windham, Windham Co CT, and also Lebanon, Grafton Co NH, and served in the Revolutionary War in CT & NH under Capts Moseley, Hendee; Cols Putnam, Chase. Note that the given name is spelled Silvanus, and the surname as Willes on the headstones. Sylvanus had Pension #SW22619. Other photos appear on the Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Asael Smith



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Photos of the grave site of Private Asael Smith, DAR Patriot # A104688 FAG# 42110203, in Union Cemetery, Buckton NY. Asael was born on 7 March 1743 in Topsfield Essex Co MA, and died on 30 October 1830 in East Stockholm St Lawrence County NY at AE. 87 yr's. According to the Vital Records of New Hampshire 1637-1947, Asael Smith married Mary Duty on 12 February 1767 in Derryfield NH. In the Vital Records of Rowley, Massachusetts to the year 1849, Salem, Mass, 1928, p. 72, Mary Duty was recorded as being born on 11 October 1743. A notice in the Latter Day Saints' Messenger, Kirtland, Ohio, Vol. II, No. 9, read, " Kirtland, June 1836, Died in this town on the 27th. May Mrs. Mary Smith widow of Asahel (sic) Smith aged 93 years." Mary is buried in Kirtland North Cemetery, Kirtland, Lake County, Ohio. Asael resided in Derryfield, Hillsborough County NH, and served in the Revolutionary War in NH under Capt John Nesmith, Col Joshua Wingate. Service Source Hammond, Rolls of the Sols in The Rev War, NH State Papers, Vol. 14, pp 342,349. Note that the dates vary on the more recent headstone from his DAR profile, and that the older headstone has the birth day as the first . On two headstones his given name is spelled Asahel. The Union Cemetery in Buckton is very well maintained. Other photos appear on Find a Grave website.
Grave site marked by Shirley Ann Gardner, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.




Cornelius Bulson



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Cornelius(1,3,5,6,7)/Cornels(2)/Cornelias(4) Balson(1)/Bolson(2,3)/Bulson(4,5,6,7)
Revolutionary War Patriot Cornelias Bolson (2), Drummer (2), Private (1), served in NY in the Third Regiment as an appointed Drummer on 4 April 1777, under Captain Leonard Bleecker, Col. Peter Garrswoot with service to extend for the duration of the war (2), and was recorded as a Private in the Second Regiment, Captain John Gardner's Pay Roll (2). Cornelius Bolson, Orange, New York, Second Regiment enlisted men (3). Cornelius was born ca. 1761 in the State of New York, and died 24 November 1859 in Dekalb, St. Lawrence County, NY Ag'd 98 yr's & 8 mo (4). He married Catharine, maiden name unknown, who died AE. 57 yrs (4). At the time the 1790 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Haverstraw, Orange County, NY, Cornelius Bulson was a resident (5) In the 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Parishville, St. Lawrence County, NY Cornelius Bulson was listed as head of the household (6). The 1850 U. S. Federal Census, Dekalb, St. Lawrence County, NY, Household #439, Family #449, John Bulson, 57, Farmer, Born New York, Cornelius Bulson, 89, Farmer, Born New York (7). Cornelias and Catherine are buried in Kendrew cemetery, De Kalb, St. Lawrence, NY.
Other photos appear on Anne Cady and FAG# 25897126 websites.

Grave site marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:

(1) New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, General Index, Albany, NY, J. B. Lyon, Printers, Vol. I, p. 158
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 Database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007
(3) New York Military in the Revolution, Orange New York, Second Regiment, Enlisted men, Orange County Militia, Second Regiment, Enlisted Men
(4) Kendrew Cemetery, Dekalb, St. Lawrence County, NY
(5) 1790 Federal Census of State of New York, Publication Place: Washington, DC, Publisher: Government Printing Office, Publication Year: 1908; Page Number 1140
(6) 1820 U. S. Federal Census; Census Place: Parishville, St. Lawrence , New York: Page 108; NARA Roll: M33 79: Image 249
(7) Ref. Year 1850; Census Place: Dekalb, St. Lawrence, New York; Roll: M32 590; Page: 380B; Image: 186





Ephraim Stiles



Photo not available Ephraim Stiles, Revolutionary War Patriot of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, MA served as a Private under the command of Lieutenant James Hubbard, also Col. James Easton(1). Ephraim was born on 30 November 1761 in Westfield, Hampden County, MA (2), and died 22 August 1844 in his 83 y'r. at Edwards, St. Lawrence County , NY (3). He was the son of Simeon and Experience Root Stiles (4,5). Ephraim married Esther Mosley on the 29 June 1787 at Westfield, Hampden County, MA (5). She was born 19 June 1761(2) and died on 20 November 1843 in her 83 y'r (3), the daughter of Daniel and Ann Abbot Mosley (2). Several Stiles family members including sibling Simeon Stiles (4,6), and Ephraim's son Charles Stiles (3,5) relocated to St. Lawrence County, New York (6). At the time the 1790 and 1800 U. S Federal Census was enumerated in Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, Ephraim Stiles was head of the household (7,8).

Other photos appear on Anne Cady and FAG# 26135979 websites.

Gravesite marked by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate NSDAR.

References:

(1) Ancestry.com. U. S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783 database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2007
(2) Ancestry. Com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2011
(3) Payne Cemetery, Edwards, St. Lawrence County, New York
(4) Henry Reed Stiles, The Stiles Family in America, Genealogies of the Connecticut Family, 1895, pp. 233,234
(5) Ibid, p. 277
(6) Ibid, pp. 274, 275 ,276
(7) Year: 1790; Census Place: Westfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; Series: 637; Roll: 4; Page: 639; Image: 694; Family History library Film: 0568144
(8) Year: 1800; Census Place: Westfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; Series: M32; Roll 15; Page: 708; Image: 131; Family History Library Film: 205614




Asher Williams



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Asher (1)/Ashur (2) Williams (1,2), Revolutionary War Patriot of Plainfield, Windham County, CT and Pittstown, Rensselaer County, NY, served as a Private under Captain Abraham Waterman, Major William Ledyard , and Captain Smith, Col. John Ely (1). Also, in NY he served under Captain Thomas Brown, Captain Wilsie, Col. VanRensselaer's Regiment ; Captain Benajah Leffingwell's Company (1). He was born on 9 September 1760 at Plainfield, Windham County, CT (2), and died on 7 November 1845 in Hermon, Saint Lawrence County, NY (1), the son of Ebenezer and Abigail Kimball Williams (2). He married Elizabeth Reed on 19 December 1836 at Hermon, Saint Lawrence County, NY (1). According to the 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Pamelia, Jefferson County, NY, Asher Williams was a resident, and there were three members in the household (3). At the time the 1840 Census was enumerated at Hermon, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Asher's birth year was recorded as 1761, with three residents in the household (4).
It is not known where Asher and his wife are buried and no stones or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry. com U. S.; Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, data base on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(2) Ancestry. com Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870, Barbour Collection, data on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc, 2006
(3) 1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Pamelia, Jefferson, New York; Page: 457; NARA Roll: M33 72; Image: 249
(4) Year: 1840; Census Place: Hermon, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 334; Page: 129; Image:1014; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Ezra Moore



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Ezra Moor (1,2,3,7)/Moore (3,4,5,6), Revolutionary War Patriot served in NH as a Private under Captain Charles Nelson, Col. Timothy Bedell's Regiment on 28 November 1775 (1), and served in 1778 as a 2nd. Lieutenant under Captain Charles Nelson, Col. Timothy Bedell's Regiment (1). Ezra was born on 7 May 1759 in Pembroke, Merrimack County, NH (3), and died on 12 January 1834 in Russell, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). He was married to Rachel Moore (4), maiden name unknown. Ezra Moore is enumerated on the 1810 (5) and 1820 (6) U. S. Federal Census records as a resident of Russell, Saint Lawrence County, NY (5,6). In 1830 he was a resident of Morristown, Saint Lawrence County, NY (7).
It is not known where Ezra and his wife are buried and no stones or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry. com, Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, Database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com, Operations, Inc., 2007
(2) Ancestry. com, U.S. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc. 2010
(3) Ancestry. com, New York Pensioners, 1835, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 1998
(4) Probate Records, 1830-1919; Indexes, 1830-1955, Saint Lawrence County, New York; Author: New York. Surrogate's Court, Saint Lawrence County; Probate Place: Saint Lawrence, New York
(5) Year:1810; Census Place: Russell, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 36; Page: 350; Image 00022; Family History Film: 0181390
(6) 1820; U. S. Census; Census Place: Russell, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 55; NARA Roll: M33 79; Image 195
(7) 1830; Census Place: Morristown, Saint Lawrence, New York; Series: M19; Roll: 107; Page: 192; Family History Film: 0017167




Nathaniel Aikins



Photo not available Nathaniel Aikens (1) /Akins (1,9), Revolutionary War Patriot of Hardwick, Worcester County, MA., served as a Private in MA from November or December 1775 to February 1776 in Captain Ichabod Dexter's Company, Col. Samuel Learned's Regiment (1,2). Nathaniel Aikens of Barnard, Windsor County, VT, served in VT, 2nd. Sergeant in Captain Benjamin Cox's Company of Militia, also Lieutenant Beriah Green’s Company of Rangers (1). Nathaniel was born on 9 October 1759 in Hardwick, Worcester County, MA, the son of Solomon and Dorcus Whitcomb Aikens (3, 5). Nathaniel died 27 November 1836 in Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY (1, 4), and was buried in Garfield Cemetery, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY (4). He married Mary (1, 6, 7) Tupper (6, 7) Akiens (1, 6, 7) on 27 December 1784 at Barnard, Windsor County, Vermont (7), the daughter of Silas Tupper (6). The 1790 U. S. Federal Census of Barnard, Windsor County, VT, listed Nathaniel Aikens in a household with 4 members (8).
According to the 1820 U. S. Federal Census , Nathaniel Akins was a resident of Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY on 7 August 1820, with the number of residents in the household totaling eight (9).
Grave, FAG# 97007738, marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter DAR.

References:

(1) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900 database on-line., Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2010
(2) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War, 1896, Vol. I, P. 93
(3) Ancestry. com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations., Inc. 2011
(4) Garfield Cemetery, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, New York
(5) Barnard Village Cemetery, Barnard, Windsor County, VT
(6) Ancestry. com. The New England Historical & Genealogical register, 1847-2011, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2011
(7) Ancestry.com.Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2013
(8) Year: 1790; Census Place: Barnard, Windsor, Vermont; Series: M637; Roll: 12; Page 1; Image 47; Family History Library Film: 0568152
(9) 1820 U S; Census Place; Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 66; NARA Roll: M33 79; Image: 207





Lemuel Fling



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Lemuel Fling, Revolutionary War Patriot of Pomfret, CT, enlisted early in 1775 as a private in Captain Ingall’s Connecticut Company, and soon after enlisted for seven months, officers not stated, and was in the Battle of Bunker Hill, after which, in 1776, he served one year as a Corporal in Captain Waterman’s Company, Col. John Durkee’s Connecticut Regiment (1, 2). He then re-enlisted in January 1777 as Sergeant in Captain Andrew Fitch’s Company, Col. John Durkee’s Regiment, promoted to Sergeant-Major, was in the battles of Germantown, Red Bank, Fort Miffin and Monmouth (1, 2). On 4 March 1770 he was commissioned Ensign in Captain Erastus Wolcott’s Company, and was at the surrender of Cornwallis (1, 2). He was commissioned Lieutenant on 15 December 1781, and transferred to Col. Butler’s Connecticut Regiment (1, 2). Lemuel continued to serve in the capacity of Lieutenant until 12 September 1782 (1, 2) when “he obtained a leave of absence from the Army to go home to his family, and because of sickness remained overtime and was reported as a deserter” (2). According to the Revolutionary War Rolls, on 15 September 1782, Lemuel Fling, Lieutenant, was listed on the roll call of the 8th Company, Connecticut under Zebulon Butler, Regiment Commander, and Captain E. Kimberly (1).
This soldier was allowed a pension on his application executed 2 May 1818, while a resident of Plainfield, Cheshire County, NH, aged 61 years (2). Upon examination, it was determined that his pension was improperly allowed because his name appeared on the military rolls as a deserter on 12 September 1782 (2). Lemuel was born on 26 November 1756 in Pomfret, CT, the son of Abijah and Irene (3) Kinglsey (8) Fling (3), and died on 22 October 1824 at Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY (2). He was buried in Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY (4). Lemuel married Ruth Cady on 17 April 1781 at Brooklyn, Windham County, CT. Ruth was born 6 April 1757 at Promfret, CT (6), and died on 28 May 1831 (4). She was buried in Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY (4). Ruth was the daughter of Henry and Ruth Waterhouse Cady (6). According to the history Cornish, New Hampshire, “Lemuel Fling, with Ruth his wife, came from Norwich, Conn., and settled in Cornish about 1791, where they remained a number of years.” (7).
Grave, FAG# 90516551, site marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, and Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter, DAR.

References
(1) Ancestry.com U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2007
(2) Ancestry.com. U>S>, The Pension Roll of 1835, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014
(3) Ancestry.com Connecticut Town Births, pre 1870 (Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Vol. 1-55, Baltimore, MD USA Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994-2002
(4) Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, St. Lawrence County, NY, Section H Lot #063 (5) Ancestry.com Early Connecticut Marriages, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2012
(6) Ancestry.com. Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre -1870 (Barbour Collection) database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2006
(7) Wm. H. Child, History of the Town of Cornish New Hampshire, Vol. II, p. 164
(8) Ancestry.com Connecticut, Town Marriage Records, pre-1870, Barbour Collection, database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com




Ammi Currier



Photo not available Ammi (1,2)/Ami (3) Currier, Revolutionary War Patriot, of Cornish, Sullivan County, NH, served as a Private in VT on 1 February 1781 in Captain Beriah Green's Company of Rangers (1) , also Captain Charles Nelson's Company, Col. Benjamin Wait's Battalion (1,2). He was born ca. 1764 (4), and died 20 June 1844 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (1, 4), AE. 80 Y’RS (4), the son of David Currier (3). He was buried in Union Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). Ammi married Margaret Rust (3, 5) on the 17 September 1791 at Alstead, Cheshire County, NH (5). She was born 26 October 1766 (3, 6) at Alstead, Cheshire County, NH (6), and died on 17 March 1853 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY, AE. 87 Y'RS. (4), the daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah Burroughs Rust (3, 6). At the time the 1810 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY. Ammi Currier was a resident with 10 members in his household (7). Margaret Currier was recorded as born in NH and 83 years of age, residing in the household of Elijah and Fanny Stevens in Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY in 1850 (8).
Grave, FG# 41185967 site marked by , Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter DAR.

References:
(1)Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry .com Operations, Inc. 2010
(2)The State of Vermont, Rolls of the Soldiers in the Revolutionary War 1775 to 1883, Rutland, VT, 1904, pp. 389, 444,445
(3) Albert D. Rust, Record of the Rust Family, 1891, p. 108
(4) Union Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(5) Ancestry, com. New Hampshire, Marriages and Divorce Records, 1659-1947, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, 2013
(6) Ancestry. com. New Hampshire, Birth Records, 1659-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc. 2013
(7) Year: 1810; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 36; Page: 343; Image: 00018; Family History Library Film: 0181390
(8) Year: 1850; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: M432_590; Page: 55B; Image: 381




William Davis



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William Davis, Revolutionary War Patriot of Rutland, Worcester County, MA, Age, 17 yrs., served in MA as a Private under Captain Phineas Walker's Company, 7th Worcester County Regiment; enlisted 3 October 1779; also, Captain Ephraim Hartwell's Company of guards; also, pay roll for 6 months men raised by town of Rutland for service in the Continental Army during 1780, and Private, under Captain Jonathan Sibley's Company, Col. Luke Drury's Regiment (1). William was born 30 September 1762 at Rutland, Worcester County, MA (3), and died on 25 May 1833 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2, 5), the son of Nathaniel and Ellen Hubbard Davis (3). William was buried in Section E, Lot 168, at the Bayside Cemetery, Saint Lawrence County, NY (5). He married Thankful Nye (3, 4) on 5 July 1787 at Hardwick, Worcester County, MA (3). She was born 10 February 1764 at Hardwick, Worcester County, MA (3), and died in April 1833/1836 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (5), the daughter of Joseph and Thankful Goodspeed Nye (3, 4). She was buried in Section E, Lot 168, at the Bayside Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (5). At the time the 1820 and 1830 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated in Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY, William Davis was a resident (6, 7).
Grave, FAG# 76547100,site marked by , Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter DAR.

References:
(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, 1898, Vol. 4, p. 549
(2) Ancestry. com, U. S., The Pension Roll of 1835, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2014
(3) Ancestry. com. Massachusetts. Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2011
(4) George Hyatt Nye, a Genealogy of the Nye Family, the Nye Family of America Association, Vol. I, p. 556
(5) Bayside Cemetery Records, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(6) 1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 67; NARA Roll: M33_ 79; Image: 208
(7) 1830; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Series: M19; Roll: 107; Page: 150; Family History Library Film: 0017167




Daniel Shaw



Photo not available Daniel Shaw, Revolutionary War Patriot of Middleborough, Plymouth County, MA, served as a Private in MA on 5 May 1775 under Captain Joshua Benson's Company, Col. Theophilus Colton's Regiment, also, under Captain Nathaniel Wood's Company and Col. Simon Cary's Regiment (1, 2). He was born 12 October 1753 in Massachusetts, and died on the 22 March 1844 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2), AE 90 years (3). He was buried in the Union Cemetery at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (3). He married Mary Barrows on 6 August 1778 at Plympton, Plymouth County, MA (4). Mary died on 4 May 1804 at Rochester, Windsor County, Vermont, age 49 years (5), the daughter of Moses and Mary Carver Barrows (6). He married second, Mabel, maiden name not available, on 1 December 1804 in Vermont (2). She was born ca. 1775 in CT (7). According to the 1800 U. S. Federal Census enumerated at Rochester, Windsor County, VT, Daniel Shaw had 11 members in his household (8). Daniel Shaw was listed as a resident of Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY on the 1820 U. S. Federal Census with 5 members in his household (9). The 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY. Listed Daniel Shaw as 86 years of age, with 2 members in his household (10).
Grave, FAG# 41186034, site marked by , Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter DAR.

References:
(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, 1896, Vol. 14, p. 40
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pensions and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, data base on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) Union Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(4) Ancestry. com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2011
(5) Ancestry. com. Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2013
(6) Dodd, Jordon, Liahona research, comp. Massachusetts, Marriages, 1633-1850, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA; Ancestry. com Operations Inc., 2005
(7) Year: 1860; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: M653_855; Page: 817; Image: 290; Family History Library Film: 803855
(8) Year: 1800; Census Place: Rochester, Windsor, Vermont; Series: M32; Roll: 52; Page: 486; Family History Library Film: 218689
(9) 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 62; NARA Roll: M33_79; Image: 201
(10) Year: 1840; Census Place: Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 199; Image: 1155; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Reuben Wells



Photo not available Reuben Wells, a Revolutionary War Patriot, was engaged for the Town of Deerfield, MA, and mustered by Major David Dickinson, and Lieutenant David Wells; 5th Hampshire Company Regiment. He also served as a Private under Captain Isaac Newton's Company, Col. S. Murray's Regiment, and Captain John Mill's Company, Col. Joseph Vose's 1st. Regiment, per muster roll dated May 1781, Garrison West Point (1). Reuben Wells was born on 5 May 1753 at Greenfield, Franklin County, MA (2), the son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (2,5) Field (5) Wells (2) and died at Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY on 20 September 1815 Aged 62 years 10 Months 15 days (3). Reuben was buried in Nevins Cemetery, Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY (3). He married Experience Severance on 1 October 1772 at Greenfield, Franklin County, MA (4). She was born 8 January 1752 in Greenfield, Franklin County, MA (2), the daughter of Jonathan and Thankful Stebbins Severance (2), and died 22 January 1825 Aged 73 yrs (6). Experience was buried in High Street Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY (6). The 1790 U. S. Federal Census listed Reuben Wells with 12 household members (7). On the 1800 U. S. Federal Census, Richmond, Chittenden County, VT, there were 13 residents in Reuben Well's household (8). At the time the 1810 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY, Reuben Wells was a resident, with 10 members in his household (9).
Other photos appear on the FAG# 31180193, website.
Gravesite marked by Elaine LaPage of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, 1907, p. 850
(2) Ancestry.com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011
(3) Nevins Cemetery, Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
(4) Francis M. Thompson, History of Greenfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, 1904, Vol. II, p. 702
(5) Lineage Book of the Charter Members of the DAR Vol 047
(6) High Street Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY and Anne Cady’s Inventory of High Street Cemetery
(7) Year: 1790; Census Place: Greenfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts; Series: M637; Roll:4; Page: 232; Image: 268; Family History Library Film: 056144
(8) Year: 1800; Census Place: Richmond, Chittenden County, Vermont; Series: M32; Roll: 51; Page: 322; Image: 181; Family History Library Film: 218688
(9) Year: 1810; Census Place: Massena, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 36; Page: 342, Image: 00018; Family History Library, Film: 0181390




Griffin Place



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Griffin Place, Revolutionary War Patriot of Clarendon, Rutland County, VT , served in VT as a substitute for his father, whose name is not recorded, in July 1778, as a Private, under Captain Thomas Sawyer's Company, Col. Fletcher (1), also, 1781, Corporal under Major Gideon Brownsen, Captain Abraham Salisbury's Company of Militia, Olcott's Regiment (1,2). Griffin Place was born 14 (1, 4) /16 (3) March 1763 (1, 3, 4) East Greenwich, Kent County, RI (1, 3), and died 3 September 1853 (1, 6), AE. 91 yrs. & 5 mos., (6) Norfolk, St. Lawrence County NY (1), the son of Samuel and Martha James Place (3, 4). Griffin Place, Esq. was buried in Raymondville Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY (6). He married Sylvia Blodgett (3, 4, 5) on 20 March 1783 (3). She was born ca. 1762, CT (3), and died 5 September 1843, aged 80 years 10 months (6). She was buried in Raymondville Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY (6). The 1800 U. S. Federal Census, Hinesburgh, Chittenden County, VT, listed Griffin Place as a resident with 11 members in his household (7). At the time the 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Louisville, St. Lawrence County, NY, was enumerated, Griffin Place had 9 household members (8). According to the 1850 U. S. Federal Census, Norfolk, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Griffin Place, age 88, born in Rhode Island, was residing in the home of Nathaniel and Sylvia B. Hagg (9).
Other photos appear on the FAG# 67070732 website.
Gravesite marked by Elaine LaPage of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry.com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010
(2) Ancestry.com. U. S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 1907
(3) Ancestry.com. Rhode Island, Vital Extracts, 11636-1899, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com operations, Inc., 2014
(4) Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry, Vol. Two, p. 203
(5) Book Title: Lineage Book: NSDAR: Volume 147: 1906
(6) Raymondville Cemetery, Norfolk, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(7) Year: 1800; Census Place: Hinesburgh, Chittenden, Vermont; Series: M32; Roll: 51; Page: 314; Image: 177; Family History Library Film: 218688
(8)1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Louisville, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 100; Roll: M33_79; Image: 241
(9) Year: 1850; Census Place: Norfolk, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: M432_591; Page: 153B; Image: 30




Elijah Brown



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Elijah Brown, Revolutionary War Patriot of Coventry, CT, enlisted in January 1775 as a Private (1, 2) Lexington Alarm List, April 1775 (3). He also served with Captain Thomas Ayer’s, Col. John Durkee's Regiment and under Captain Paul Brigham, Col. John Chandler's Regiment (1, 2, 3). Elijah was born 28 March (4, 5, 6) 1756 (1, 4, 5, 6, 11), the son of Elijah and Lydia Gary Brown (5, 6), and died 29 August (7) 1841(7, 8) AE. 85 yrs. & 5 mo. (7). He was buried in High Street Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY (7). Elijah married Sarah (5, 6, 7, and 9) Adams (6, 7, and 9). She was born ca. 1755, and died 11 September 1821 (7). Sarah was buried in High Street Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY (7). At the time the 1820 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated on 7 August 1820 at Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Elijah Brown was a resident, and engaged in agriculture (10). At the time of the 1840 U.S. Federal Census, Elijah Brown was a resident of Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, NY, Age: 84, Birth Year: 1756, Veteran (11).
Other photos appear on Anne Cady and FAG# 57531345 websites.
Gravesite marked by Elaine LaPage of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry. com. U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty- Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on- line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry .com Operations, Inc., 2010
(2) USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010(2) Ancestry.com U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007
(3)The Record of Connecticut Men in the Military and Naval Service War Of The Revolution 1775-1783, Hartford, 1889, pp. 7, 232, 641
(4) Susan Whitney Dimock, Births, Marriages, Baptisms and Deaths in Coventry, Connecticut 1711-1844, 1897, p. 1
(5) Col. Edward Thomson Miller, Richard Brown, One Line of Descendants, 1959, pp. 7, 8
(6) Lawrence Brainerd, The Descendants of Arthur Gray of Roxbury, Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, 1918, p. 67
(7) High Street Cemetery, Norfolk, St. Lawrence County, New York
(8) Probate Records, 1830-1919; Indexes, 1830-1955, St. Lawrence County, New York, Author: New York. Surrogate's Court, St. Lawrence County; Probate Place: St. Lawrence, New York
(9) Ancestry.com. Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908, database on-line. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2013
(10)Year: 1820: U. S. Census; Census Place: Louisville, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page 101; NARA Roll: M33 79; Image: 242
(11) Year: 1840; Census Place: Norfolk, Saint Lawrence, New York; roll: 335; Page: 332; Image: 1420; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Solomon Cross



Photo not available Solomon Cross, Revolutionary War Patriot of Stafford, Hartford County , CT, Private, enlisted in the CT Militia on 20 May 1775 under Captain Roger Enos, Col. Willy's Regiment, also, Captain Geo. Parson, Col. Comfort Sage, also, Captain Orcutt, Col. Enos;  Captain Roswell Grant, Col. Johnson; Captain Connor's, Col. Hunting(1,2). He was born 21 April 1758 at Stafford, Hartford County, CT (3),  the son of Noah and Mary (3) Chamberlin (4) Cross (3). He married Leafy (5)/Relief (6) Washburn on 10 June 1778 at Stafford, Tolland County, CT (5,6).  She was born on 22 April 1754 at Stafford, Tolland County, CT, the daughter of David and Elizabeth Washburn (3,6). According to the 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Solomon Cross was a resident, with 6 household members (7).  At the time the 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence County, NY, was enumerated, Solomon Cross was recorded as a resident, born ca. 1758, age 82,  5 members in his household, with 3 employed in Agriculture (8). It is not known where Solomon and his wife are buried and no stones or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Lynda Wells Andrews,, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA:  Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., The Pension Roll of 1835, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry Operations, Inc., 2014
(3) Ancestry. com. Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre-1870, Barbour Collection, Database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations Inc., 2006
(4) Dodd, Jordon, Liahona Research, comp., Connecticut Marriages to 1850, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations Inc., 2000
(5) Ancestry. com. Connecticut, Church Record Abstracts, 1630-1920, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: 2013
(6) Susan L. Bingler, Samuel Washburn of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, and Stafford, Connecticut, and his Descendants, The Connecticut Nutmegger, December 2010, Volume 43, No. 3, p. 222
(7) 1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 2; NARA Roll: M33-79; Image: 139
(8) Year: 1840; Census Place: Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 334, Page:111; Image: 978; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Jacob Deland



Photo not available Jacob (1)/ H.(1,2)/Hatfield (4,5) Deland (1,2,4,5), Revolutionary War Patriot of Brookfield, Worcester County, MA, Private, Corporal, MA, enlisted on 1 July 1780, age 17 years, under the command of Ensign Joseph Miller, also, Captain Newell, Col. Rice, also, Corporal, under Captain Ebenezer Smith, also, Col. Michael Jackson, also, Captain Colburn, Col. Alden, also, Captain Thomas Barnes, Col. Nixon (1). Jacob was at the capture of Burgoyne and in the battle of Stony Point (2). He was born in 1762/3 (1,2,3) in Brookfield, Worcester County, MA (4) and died in 1847 (5), the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Hatfield Deland (3,4). He married Patience Goodale (4)/ Goodell (6) on 10 May 1784 at Brookfield, Worcester County, MA (4,6). She was born 11 February 1763 at Brookfield, Worcester County, MA, and died 22 April 1787 (4), the daughter of Jonathan and Mary Goodell (6). According to the 1820 U. S. Federal Census, Jacob Deland was a resident of Hadley, Saratoga County, NY, with 6 residents in his household (7). At the time the 1840 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated in Fowler, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Jacob Deland was age 78, born ca. 1762, Military Service: Veteran (8).
It is not known where Jacob and his wife are buried and no stones or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, 1896 Vol. 4, pp. 641,642
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) Frederick Deland Leete, The Deland Family in America, Deland, Florida, 1943, p. 92
(4) Ibid, pp.  93,110
(5) The National Archives; Washington, DC; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury of Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 4
(6) Ancestry. com Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, data base on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2011
(7) 1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Hadley, Saratoga, New York; Page: 76; NARA Roll: M33_79; Image: 288
(8) Year: 1840; Census Place: Fowler, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 334; Page: 5; Image: 767; Family History Library Film: 00117204




Stephen Porter



Photo not available Stephen Porter, Revolutionary War Patriot of Livingston Manor/Ancram, Columbia County, formerly Dutchess County, NY, served as a Private, NY, in August 1776 under Lieutenant John Decker, also in 1778 under Captain Job Mead, also, Captain Elijah Smith, and in 1779 under Captain Henshaw/Hinshaw (1). Stephen was born on 5 June 1761 at Livingston Manor, Columbia County, formerly Dutchess County, NY, and died 18 August 1843 at Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence County, NY (1). He married (1) Mary Miller (1,3) in the summer of 1783 at Livingston Manor/Ancram, Dutchess County, NY (1). Mary was born ca. 1762 (1), and died 7 April 1849 (2). At the time the 1810 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Fort Ann, Washington County, NY, Stephen Porter had 10 household  members (4). According to the 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Stephen Porter was a resident, born ca. 1761, age: 79, (5) Veteran (6), with 9 members in his household (5).
It is not known where Stephen and his wife are buried and no stones or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Lynda Wells Andrews, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:
(1) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(2) The National Archives; Washington, D.C.; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury: Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of  the Treasury, Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 20
(3) Holland Society of New York; New York, New York; Claverack, Vol II, Book 8
(4) Year: 1810; Census Place: Fort Ann, Washington, New York; Roll: 30; Page: 366; Image: 00304; Family History Library Film: 0181384
(5) Year: 1840; Census Place: Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 334, Page: 112; Image: 980; Family History Library Film: 0017204
(6) Year: 1840; Census Place: Gouverneur, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 334, Page: 112; Image: 981; Family History Library Film: 0017204




John Bowker



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John, Jr. (1)./John Bowker, Revolutionary War Patriot of Scituate, Plymouth County, MA, (1,2) MA, Private, Corporal, enlisted on 3 May 1775 , under Captain Nathaniel Winslow , General John Thomas, also, Captain John Clapp, Col. John Bailey, also, Captain Hayward Pierce, Col. Theophilus Cotton , also, Captain Thomas Mellen, Col. Abner Perry (1,2). John was born 22 August 1754 (2, 3) in Scituate, Plymouth County, MA, (3) and died 6 May 1842 (2, 4) in Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2), the son of John and Anna Wright Bowker (3). He was buried in Bacon Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). He first married Faith Holmes (5, 8) on 12 December 1778 at Scituate, Plymouth County, MA (5). She was born on 10 February 1753, at Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA (9), and died 20 July 1788 at Fitzwilliam, Cheshire County, NH (8), the daughter of Thomas and Lydia White Holmes (9). He married second, Annie (6)/Annis (4, 8) Marshall (6, 8) on 10 December 1789 at Fitzwilliam, Cheshire County, NH (6, 8). She was born on 10 (9, 10), 12 (4) February 1753 (9, 10) 1768 (4) at Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA (9, 10), and died 26 September 1825 (4), the daughter of Thomas and Lydia White Holmes (9, 10). She was buried in Bacon Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). His third wife was Philinda, maiden name not known, they married on 18 November 1830 at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2). The pension paid to Philinda Bowker, widow of John Bowker, ceased in 1863 (11). According to the 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY, John Bowker was born ca. 1755, age, 85 years, Military Service: Veteran (12). At the time the 1850 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Philinda Bowker was a resident, age 62, born in NH, and residing in the home of Warren and Sophia Bowker at Dwelling #628, Family #668 (13).
John Bowker’s grave is marked and submitted by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards of the Nihanawate Chapter DAR. His second wife Annie is there also. Narrative and research done by Mary Stark Farnham, Nihanawate Chapter DAR.
Findagrave memorial # 28442552.
References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, Volume 2, pp. 344,345
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT,USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts to the Year 1850, Volume I, Births, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass., 1909, p. 40
(4) Bacon Cemetery, Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(5) Dodd, Jordon, Liahona research, Comp. Massachusetts, Marriages, 1633-1850, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations Inc., 2005
(6) Ancestry, com. New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947, data base on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2013
(7) Rev. John F. Norton & Joel Whittmore, The History of Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, 1752 TO 1887, New York, p. 483
(8) Ibid, pp. 484, 485
(9) Susan E. Roser, Mayflower Births and Deaths, Volume 2, 1992, p. 472
(10) Ancestry. com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 20111
(11) The National Archives; Washington, D. C. ; Ledger of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number; 14
(12) Year: 1840; Census Place: Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 194; Image: 1145; Family History Library Film: 0017204
(13) Year: 1850; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: M432_590; Page:43A; Image: 356




Stephen Flanders



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Stephen Flanders, Revolutionary War Patriot of Hawke (1), Plaistow (1,2), Rockingham County, NH (1,2), Private, NH (1,2), enlisted on 23 April 1775 , under Captain Samuel Richard, Col. John Stark (1,2), also, Private,  June 10, 1775, MA,  Captain Moses McFarland , Col. John Nixon, also, Private, same company and regiment; muster roll dated August 1, 1775 (1,3) , also, Private, July 1776, Captain David Quimby, Col. Wingate, also,1777, 8 months, Captain Benjamin Stone, Col. Bartlett's Seventh Regiment of Militia (1) also, Sergeant, April 1778 Captain Guile, Lieutenant Bradley (1). He was engaged in the battles of Bunker Hill, Stillwater (1). Stephen was born on 8 November 1757 in Plaistow, Rockingham County, NH (1), and died 9 November (4) 1835 (4, 5) in the Town of Lawrence, formerly Hopkinton, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4).  He was buried in Mound Hill Cemetery, Nicholville, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). He married Sarah Ring on 11 March 1779, Danville, formerly Hawke, Rockingham County, NH (6). She was born ca. 1761, and died ca. 1834 (4), and was buried in Mound Hill Cemetery, Nicholville, Saint Lawrence County, NY (4). According to the 1800 U. S. Federal Census, Thetford, Orange County, VT, Stephen Flanders was a resident, and had 10 members in his household (7). At the time the 1830 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated at Lawrence, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Stephen Flanders was a resident with 3 household members (8). Stephen Flanders is listed on the DAR Patriot Index as A040532. A notation suggests that documents submitted on him no longer meet today's genealogical standards and that further research is necessary. The sources cited above should satisfy that requirement.
Findagrave memorial # 66885046.
Research and narrative done by Mary Stark Farnham, grave marked by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter, DAR.
Note: There is much confusion with the Patriot Stephen Flanders, record given above, and the Stephen Flanders who was born 23 December 1747, and died on 24 October 1777 in South Hampton, NH at the age of 29 years. This Stephen Flanders enlisted 9 May, 1777 for 8 months in Captain McGregor's Company, Col. Alexander Scannel's Regiment. References:  E. F. Dunbar & Dr. Charles M. Flanders, The Flanders Family: Vol. I , 1996,  Isaac W. Hammond,The State of New Hampshire, Rolls and Documents relating to Soldiers of the Revolutionary War, Volume III-of the War Rolls, Volume XVI- of the Series, Manchester, N.H. 1887, p. 38
References:

(1) Ancestry. com . U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT USA: Ancestry. com Operations., 2010
(2) Isaac W. Hammond, The State of New Hampshire, Rolls of the SOLDIERS in the REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1775, TO MAY, 1777:, Volume I-of the War Rolls, Volume XIV- of the Series, Concord. N. H., 1885, pp. 55, 340,341,585
(3) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston, Vol. 5, 1899, p. 762
(4) Mound Hill Cemetery, Nicholville Saint Lawrence County, New York
(5) The National Archives; Washington, DC; Ledgers of Payment, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensions Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Record of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group Title: records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record  Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 5
(6) Ancestry. com. New Hampshire, Marriage records Index, 1637-1947, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA:, Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 201
(7) Year: 1800; Census Place: Thetford, Orange, Vermont, Series: M32; Roll: 51; Page: 585; Image: 324; Family History Library Film: 218688
(8) 1830; Census Place: Lawrence, Saint Lawrence, New York; Series: M19; Roll: 107; Page: 24; family History Library Film: 0017167




Ebenezer Atwood



Photo not available Ebenezer Atwood, Revolutionary War Patriot of Thompson, formerly part of the Town of Killingly, Windham County, CT, Private, CT, enlisted in June 1780, and served under Captain Peleg Heath, Col. Samuel Wylly, also, Lieutenant Heath, Col. Samuel Wylly's Connecticut Regiment, also, Captain William Moulton, Major Dana's Battalion, Connecticut Troops (1,2). He was born 12 (5) /14 (2) August 1765 in Thompson, formerly part of Town of Killingly, Windham County, CT (2,5), and died on 16 March 1854 (2,3) at Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2), the son of Ebenezer and Leah (5) Churchill (9) Atwood (5,9). He married Damarest (2, 4)/ Damaris (7, 11)/Dameris (8) Wilson (2, 7)/ Willson (8) on 3 February 1791 at Bridport, Addison County, VT (7). She was born 31 August 1768 in Bellingham, Norfolk County, MA, the daughter of James and Esther Willson (6, 8)). The pension paid to Damarest Atwood, widow of Ebenezer Atwood, ceased in 1858 (4). Ebenezer Atwood was a resident of Saint Lawrence County, NY, name of town not recorded, in 1840, birth year ca. 1766, age 74 years, Military Service: Veteran (10). At the time the 1850 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated in Potsdam, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Ebenezer Atwood was age 84 years and Damaris Atwood was age 81 years, residents, and were residing in the home of Henry and Lydea Robertson at Dwelling #410, Family #436 (11). It is not known where Ebenezer and wife are buried and no stone or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter, NSDAR.

References:

(1) Ancestry. com. U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2007
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) The National Archives: Washington, D. C.; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718: Roll Number 9
(4) Ibid, Roll Number 20
(5) Ancestry. com. Connecticut Town Birth Records, pre- 1870, Barbour Collection, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2006
(6) Dodd, Jordon, Liahona Research, comp., Massachusetts, Marriages, 1633-1850, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2005
(7) Ancestry. com. Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013
(8) New England Historic Genealogical Society, Massachusetts, Town Birth Records, 1620-1850, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations Inc., 1999
(9) Gardner and Nathaniel Churchill, The Churchill Family in America, 1904, p. 30
(10) Year: 1840; Census Place: Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 192; Image: 1141; Family History Library Film: 0017204
(11) Year: 1850; Census Place: Potsdam, Saint Lawrence, New York, Roll: M432_590; Page: 28B; Image: 327




Simeon Howard



Photo not available Simeon Howard, Revolutionary War Patriot of New Braintree, Worcester County, MA, enlisted December 1776, Private, MA, under Captain Ezekiel Knowlton, Col. Dike's Regiment, to serve until 1 March 1777, also, 7 August 1777 Captain Ebenezer Newell, Col. Danforth Keye, also, Captain Thomas Whipple, Col. Abijah Stearn, also, Captain John Cutler, Col. Nathaniel Wade, also, Sergeant, Captain John Cutler, Col. Luke Drury. Discharged 3 December 1781 (1, 2). Simeon was born ca. 1761(1, 8), and died 4 November 1842 in Saint Lawrence County, NY (3). He married Polley Babcock on 15 September 1785 at New Braintree, Worcester County, MA (4). Mary (5)/Polly (5)  was born  ca. 1764, and died on 23 November 1834 in Barnard,  Windsor County, VT, age 70 years (5), and was buried in Center Yard Cemetery,  Barnard, Windsor County, VT (5).  According to the 1790 U. S. Federal Census, Barnard, Windsor County, VT, Simeon Howard was a resident with 4 household members (6). In 1810 Simeon Howard was a resident of Barnard, Windsor County, VT, with 3 members in his household (7).  At the time the 1840 U. S. Federal Census was enumerated in Parishville, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Simeon Howard was a resident, born ca: 1761, age: 79, Military Service, Veteran (8). It is not known where Simeon and his wife are buried and not stone or photos have been found for them.
Submitted by Jo Mittelstaedt-Richards, Nihanawate Chapter, NSDAR.

References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, 1901, Vol. 8, p. 376
(2) Ancestry. com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files- 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) The National Archives; Washington, D. C.; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 4
(4) Vital Records of New Braintree, Massachusetts To The Year 1850, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Mass., 1904, p. 92
(5) Ancestry. com, Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry. com Operations, Inc., 2013
(6) Year: 1790; Census Place: Barnard, Windsor, Vermont; Series: M637; Roll: 12; Page: 2; Image: 48; Family History Library Film: 0568152
(7) Year: 1810; Census Place: Barnard, Windsor, Vermont; Roll: 65; Page: 476; Image: 00341; Family History Library Film: 0218669
(8) Year: 1840; Census Place: Parishville, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 275; Image: 1306,; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Oliver Barrett



Photo not available Oliver Barrett (1,2,3/Barret (1), a Revolutionary War Patriot of Sutton, Worcester County, MA, served as a Private for MA in the Continental Army, 7 June 1778, under Captain John Williams, Col. Rufus Putman, in Captain Joseph Bates Company, 14th Regiment.  He also served, at age 18 years, July 1, 1780, under Ensign Joseph Miller.  His name is also on a list of men raised for 6 months service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson, dated Camp Totoway, 25 October 1780 (1, 2, 3).  Oliver was born ca.1761 (4)/62 (1) and died 4 December 1840 at Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY (3).  He married Mary Burnham on 27 November 1782 at Hinsdale, Cheshire County, NH (3).  She was born ca. 1763, and died 12 July 1845 in Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY (3).  According to the 1790 U.S. Federal Census, Hinsdale, Cheshire County, NH, Oliver Barrett was a resident with 5 members in his household (4).  Oliver Barrett was residing in Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY in 1820 (5).  At the time the 1840 U.S. Federal Census was enumerated in Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Oliver Barrett was a resident, born ca. 1761, age 79 years, Military Service, Veteran (6).
Submitted by Elaine LaPage, Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR.

References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, Volume I, p. 683
(2) Ancestry.com. U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007
(3) Ancestry.com. U.S. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010
(4) Year: 1790; Census Place, Hinsdale, Cheshire County, New Hampshire; Series: M637; roll: 5; Page: 117; Image: 66; Family History Library Film: 0568145
(5) 1820 U. S. Census; Census Place: Louisville, Saint Lawrence, New York; Page: 97; NARA Roll: M33_79; Image: 238
(6) Year: 1840; Census Place: Louisville, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 354; Image:1464; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Gershom Dunham



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Gershom  Dunham (1,2) was a Revolutionary War Patriot of  Windham, Windham County, CT, who served as a Private for CT for 3 years.  On 18 April 1777 (1, 2), he enlisted under Ensign Richard Abby (2), Captain Thomas Converse, and Col. Herman Swift (1, 2).  He was engaged in Battle of Germantown, and in the rear guard at Battle of Monmouth (2).  He received an honorable discharge on 2 April 1780 from Elderkin's Company (1, 2).  Gershom was born 28 December 1755 (2) and died 8 March 1837 at Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2).  He married Marcy (2) / Mercy (3, 5, 9) Murdock (2) on 24 November 1785 at Coventry, Tolland County, CT (2).  She was born 16 January 1761 Mansfield, Tolland County, CT. (3) and died 23 October 1845 (6)/46 (5) at Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2), the daughter of Jonathan (2) and Sarah Gibbs (4) Murdock (2, 3, 4).  She was buried in Sandfordville Cemetery, Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, NY (5).  The 1800 and 1830 U. S. Federal Census enumerated at Hartford, Windsor County, VT, listed Gershom Dunham as a resident (7, 8).  According to the 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Mercy Dunham was a resident, born ca. 1762, age, 78.
Other photos available on FAG and Anne Cady.  Submitted by Elaine LaPage, of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR

References:

(1) Ancestry.com. Connecticut Men in the Revolutionary War, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2003
(2) Ancestry.com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3)Susan W. Dimock, Birth, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, Mansfield, Connecticut, 1703-1850, New York, 1898, p. 130
(4) Ibid, 265
(5) Sandfordville Cemetery, Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, New York
(6) The National Archives; Washington, D. C.; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1872, to U. S. Pensioners under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number: 217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 17
(7) Year: 1800; Census Place: Hartford, Windsor, Vermont; Series: M32; Roll: 52; Page: 385; Image: 378; Family History Library Film: 218689
(8) 1830; Census Place: Hartford, Windsor, Vermont; Series: M19; Roll:187; Page: 230; Family History Library Film: 0027453
(9) Year: 1840; Census Place: Stockholm, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll:335; Page: 290; Image: 1335; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Ephraim Knapp



Photo not available Ephraim Knapp (2)/Knap (1,2), a Revolutionary War Patriot of Norton, Bristol County, MA, served as a Private, age16 years, engaged for the town of Norton, Bristol County, MA, 24 July 1777, under Captain Abiel Clap and Col. Carpenter.  He also served 2 September 1777 under Captain Silas Cobb and Col. Danforth Keyes and in the same company and regiment 29 August 1777 to 2 January 1778.  He also served under Captain Israel Trow and Col. John Daggett, and was mustered by James Leonard, Muster Master, to serve in Continental Army for the term of 9 months from the time of their arrival at Fishkill, dated Taunton, 21 May 1778, Captain Israel Trow's 5th regiment and Col. John Daggett's Bristol Co.  He also served under Captain Ichabod Leonard and Col. Abiel Mitchel and was commanded by Lieutenant Col. James Williams, marched from Taunton to Tiverton, R. I. on the Alarm of 1 August 1780 (1, 2).   Ephraim was born on 27 September 1762 at Norton, Bristol County, MA (2) and died 19 October (3)/ November (2) 1841 (1, 2) in Saint Lawrence County, NY (3).  According to the 1790 U. S. Federal Census, Lyman, Grafton County, NH, Ephraim Knapp was a resident with 3 members in his household (4).  In the 1840 U. S. Federal Census, Stockholm, Saint Lawrence County, NY, Ephraim Knapp was listed as a resident, born ca. 1757, age 83 years, Military Service; Veteran, and was residing with Moses Knapp (5), his son (3).
Submitted by Elaine LaPage, of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR

References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Boston, 1902, Vol. 9, p. 330
(2) Ancestry.com. U. S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) Probate Records, 1830-1919; Indexes, 1830-1955, Saint Lawrence County, New York; Author: New York Surrogate's Court, Saint Lawrence; Probate Place: St. Lawrence, New York
(4) Year: 1790; Census Place: Lyman, Grafton, New Hampshire; Series: M637; Roll: 5; Page: 51; Image: 41; Family History Library Film: 0568145
(5) Year: 1840; Census Place: Stockholm, Saint Lawrence, New York; Roll: 335; Page: 289; Image: 1334; Family History Library Film: 0017204




Abner Bellamy



Photo not available Abner Bellamy, a Revolutionary War Patriot of West Springfield, Hampden County, MA, served as a Private for MA, 15 December 1776, under Captain Samuel Flower and Col. John Greaton in the Second Regiment of the Continental Army, his muster roll dated Camp at Stillwater, 15 September 1777.  He mustered at Van Schaick's Island September 1777 and muster rolls for October and December 1777 and January-May 1778 reported him on command at Schenectady in December 1777.  His muster rolls for June, July and August 1778, are dated White Plains, and muster roll for Fredericksburg September 1778 and October 1778 at Camp at Roxbury.  Muster rolls for November 1778- January 1779 are dated at Camp at Continental Village.  He was reported on furlough from 30 December 1778 to 1 February 1779.  His muster roll for February 1779 is dated Croton, and for March 1779 is dated Croton Bridge (1, 2).  He was engaged in battles at Stillwater and Saratoga, at surrender of General John Burgoyne (2).  At the time the application was made for a pension on 11 May 1818, Abner Bellamy was 69 years of age and a resident of Louisville, Saint Lawrence County, NY (2).  Abner was born ca.1749 (2) and died 9 November 1818 in Saint Lawrence County, NY (3, 4).  He married Ruth (5, 6, 7) Pomroy (5)/ Pomeroy (6, 7) on 16 October 1773 at Springfield, Hampden County, MA (5).  She was born 8 February 1751 Suffield, Hartford County, CT, the daughter of Noah and Abigail Remington Pomeroy (6, 7).
Submitted by Elaine LaPage, of the Nihanawate Chapter NSDAR

References:

(1) Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolutionary War, Boston, 1896, Vol. I, p. 912
(2) Ancestry.com. U. S. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010
(3) The National Archives: Washington, D. C.; Ledgers of Payments, 1818-1972, to U. S. Pensioners Under Acts of 1818 Through 1858 From Records of the Office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury; Record Group: Title: Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury; Record Group Number:  217; Series Number: T718; Roll Number: 1
(4) Ancestry .com. U. S., The Pension Roll of 1835, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2014
(5) Ancestry .com. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988, database on-line, Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011
(6) Albert A. Pomeroy, History and Genealogy of the Pomeroy Family, 1922, p. 51
(7) Suffield Historical Society, Early Suffield Families, The History of Thomas Remington, P. O. Box 893, Suffield, CT




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