LeRay de Chaumont 2017

Graves marked by the LeRay de Chaumont Chapter of the DAR. in 2017.




Simon Peck



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DAR# A087842
FAG# 54518557

Simon Peck was born 25 September 1757 in Norwich, New London, CT. He enlisted in 1777 and served under Captains Jarius Wilcox, Eliphaz Kingsley and Richard Lamb in Col. Baldwin's regiment regiment of artificers in the Connecticut Line for two years. Simon was discharged in 1779 at West Point. He married first Eunice and then Sarah, 1766 – 11 December 1834. Simon received pension S7304 for his service 16 September 1823 while living in Scipio, Cayuga, NY. At that time Sarah was 57 years of age. IN 1833 he was living in Brownville, NY. Simondied on Point Peninsula, Town of Lyme, Jefferson county, NY 3 July 1838. He and Sarah are buried beside each other in Point Peninsula Cemetery.
Marked by Mary Erskine-Coyne, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR.




Paul Stickney



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DAR: A109824

Paul Stickney was born on May 25, 1763 in Holden, Worcester, Massachusetts, son of Moses and Abigail (Hale) Stickney. He died May 6, 1843 in Woodville, Jefferson, New York and is buried in Woodvile Cemetery, Woodvile, Jefferson, NY. On October 21, 1788, he married Abigail Brown in Temple, New Hampshire. She was born July 18, 1770 in Temple, NH and died September 13, 1848 in Woodvile, NY and is buried in Woodville Cemetery.

Revolutionary War Service:

On July 15, 1778, in Temple, NH, Paul enlisted in Captain Daniel Emerson's Company. Colonel Herman Mooney's Regiment, NH Line. He was discharged January 9, 1779 at Providence, Rhode Island having served 5 months, 26 days. In September 1779 he enlisted in Captain Thomas Company, Colonel Reynolds's Regiment. Paul was discharged December 1779 at Charleston, NH.

Paul Stickney decided to go to sea and enlisted, July 1782, aboard the Continental Frigate 'Hague' under Captain John Manley. He was in several naval battles. He was discharged May 10, 1783 in Boston. A copy of his discharge, No. 1491, signed by John Manley can be found in his pension file. Paul filed for pension while living in Bloomfield, Ontario county, NY and received pension #S42,406, Navy, NH, at $8.00 per month starting may 9, 1818.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Abel Potter



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DAR: A091524

Abel Potter was born on March 13, 1760 in West Greenwich, Kent, RI, son of Abel & Hannah (Green) Potter. He died on March 13, 1846 in Ellisburg, Jefferson, NY and is buried at Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, NY. He married Margaret Green in 1782in VT, daughter of Job & Meribah (Carr) Green. She was born on August 5, 1763 in Coventry, RI. She died on July 13, 1845 at Ellisburg, NY and is buried at Woodville Cemetery. During the war he lived in West Greenwich, RI. He moved to VT after the war and to Ellisburg by 1820. The Federal Census for 1820, 1830 and 1840, found him in Ellisburg. Abel & Margaret were the parents of 6 children.

Revolutionary War Service:

Abel enlisted at the age of 16 as a private, in August 1776 at West Greenwich, Kent, RI in a company commanded by Captain Whitman, Lieutenant Joseph Kinyon and Ensign Thomas Sweet. He enlisted in May 1777 in a company commanded by Captain Hoppin, Lieutenant George Tenant and Amos Frink. Four months later Captain Hoppin died and he advanced to Ensign at 17 years of age, he having kept his age a secret. He was one of 36 volunteers who took General Prescott from his bed during a night raid on the Island of Rhode Island.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Nathaniel Wood



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DAR: A128107

Nathaniel Wood was born on November 18, 1729 at Norwich, New London, CT, son of Ebenezer and Mary (Rudd) Wood. He died on April 27, 1815 in Woodville, Jefferson, NY and is buried at Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, NY.. He married Mariam Eastman on May 3, 1748 in Norwich, CT. She was born on November 21, 1727 in Norwich, CT, daughter of Roger and Hannah (Kimball) Wood. She died on December 22, 1818 at Woodvile, NY and is buried in Woodville Cemetery. Nathaniel and Mariam had 7 children.

Revolutionary War Service-

Nathaniel served as a private in Captain Clarke Parker's Company, Colonel Samuel Herrick's Regiment Vermont Militias for 145 days from February 17, 1779 to December 6, 1779. He served as a corporal in the same unit for 26 days from October 12, 1780 to November 7, 1780.
From January 1781 to June 30, 1781, he served as a sergeant in Captain William Hutchin's Company, Colonel Ebenezer Allen's Detachment of the Vermont Militia. Nathaniel again served as sergeant under Captain Hutchin but this time under Lt. Colonel Samuel Fletcher's Regiment of the Vermont Militia from July 16, 1781 to November 16, 1781, 136 days.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Lemuel Taber, Sr.



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FAG # 19052838
DAR # A11299

Nathaniel Wood was born on November 18, 1729 at Norwich, New London, CT, son of Ebenezer and Mary (Rudd) Wood. He died on April 27, 1815 in Woodville, Jefferson, NY and is buried at Woodville Cemetery, Woodville, NY.. He married Mariam Eastman on May 3, 1748 in Norwich, CT. She was born on November 21, 1727 in Norwich, CT, daughter of Roger and Hannah (Kimball) Wood. She died on December 22, 1818 at Woodvile, NY and is buried in Woodville Cemetery. Nathaniel and Mariam had 7 children.

Revolutionary War Service-

Nathaniel served as a private in Captain Clarke Parker's Company, Colonel Samuel Herrick's Regiment Vermont Militias for 145 days from February 17, 1779 to December 6, 1779. He served as a corporal in the same unit for 26 days from October 12, 1780 to November 7, 1780. From January 1781 to June 30, 1781, he served as a sergeant in Captain William Hutchin's Company, Colonel Ebenezer Allen's Detachment of the Vermont Militia. Nathaniel again served as sergeant under Captain Hutchin but this time under Lt. Colonel Samuel Fletcher's Regiment of the Vermont Militia from July 16, 1781 to November 16, 1781, 136 days.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Joseph Allen



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Findagrve Memorial: 19046539
DAR #: A001700

Joseph Allen was born on November 24, 1758 in Westport Bristol, Massachusetts, son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Seabury) Allen. He died on September 23, 1838 in Pierrepont Manor, Jefferson, New York. He married Prudence Earl on June 27, 1784 at Dartmouth, MA, daughter of Caleb and Elizabeth (Brightman) Earl. She was born January 14, 1768 in Dartmouth, MA and died on December 27, 1843 in Pierrepont Manor, NY. They are buried in Pierrepont Manor Cemetery.
Joseph and Prudence lived in Dartmouth, MA, moved to Galway, Saratoga, NY in 1792/3. With 7 children they came to Pierrepont Manor, then called Bear Creek, in March 185 from Galway, NY by way of Camden, Redfield and Adams. Joseph purchased 320 acres of land on Bear Creek and built the first house in Pierrepont Manor. Joseph served as Magistrate for 40 years, Ellisburg Town Supervisor, 1808-9 and worked as a blacksmith. He and Prudence had 10 children.

Revolutionary War Service

Joseph was a Minuteman in Captain Ebenezer Sheldon's 7th Company 2nd Hampshire County Regiment, MA Militia and served for a total of 16 days on 6 different alarms. He enlisted March 4, 1777 at Falmouth, MA for 3 years, in Captain Will Hudson Ballard's Company, Colonel Ichabod Alden's 7th MA Regiment of Infantry. He joined the company on April 12, 1777. In December 1779, he was stationed at Camp West Point. he was discharged March 14, 1780. No pension application was filed.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Ephraim Doane



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FAG# 74269755
DAR# A032627

Ephraim Doane was born in 1754 in Eastham, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, son of Simeon & Apphia (Higgins) Doane. He died on August 28, 1828 in Ellisburg, New York and is buried at Woodvile Cemetery, Woodville, NY. He married Lucy Studey on April 16, 1778 in Eastham, MA. She was born in 1761 in Eastham, MA and died on September 29, 1828 in Ellisburg, NY. They were living in Eastham, MA in 1790. They moved to Bakersfield, VT in 1800, to Franklin County, NY in 1810 and to Ellisburg, NY in 1812. Ephraim & Lucy were the parents of 10 children.

Revolutionary War Service:

He was a private, in Captain Isaiah Higgins's Company, Major Zenas Winslow's MA Regiment, enlisting September 9, 1778 and being discharged September 13, 1778 having served 4 days on an alarm at Falmouth Ephraim then served as a private, in Captain Benjamin Godfrey's Company, Major Zenas Winslow's Regiment, enlisting in September 1778 and going on the alarms at Bedford and Falmouth. He served 5 days and was discharged.
No Pension Application was filed.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




Thomas Worden



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FAG# 19014523
DAR # A130708

Thomas Worden was born June 28, 1759 in Petersham, Worchester, Massachusetts, son of John and Patience (Harrington) Worden. He died November 5, 1854 in Pierrepont Manor, Jefferson, New York and is buried in Pierrepont Manor Cemetery. He married Eunice Hale on December 8, 1781 in Petersham, MA, daughter of Israel and Thankful (Prat) Hale. She was born 1762 in Greenwich, Connecticut. She died September 7, 1850 in Pierrepont Manor, NY and is buried at Pierrepont Manor
Thomas lived in Halifax, Windham, Vermont, moving to Pierrepont Manor, Town of Ellisburg, Jefferson, NY in August 1833 to be near his children. He worked as a farmer. Thomas and Eunice were the parents of 7 children.

Revolutionary War Service

Thomas Worden enlisted July 1782 for 2 years in Captain Smith's Company, Colonel Jackson's 6th Regiment of Massachusetts Line of the Continental Army. He was discharged June 13, 1784 in New York. On April 5, 1818, while living in Halifax, Windam, VT, he made application for and received pension S44005 at a rate of $8 per month. He was transferred to the roll of NY May 15, 1834. A coy of his discharge was included in his pension file.
Grave marked by Tammey Plantz, LeRay de Chaumont Chapter, NSDAR




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