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he National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 8 page 284 Mrs. Alice Kelly Corrigan. DAR ID Number: 7843 Born in Minnesota. Wife of James R. Corrigan. [p.284] Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson and of Maj. William Haymond, of Virginia. Daughter of Anthony Kelly and Anna Haymond, his wife. Granddaughter of William Calder Haymond and Martha Wilson, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his wife; William Haymond, Jr., and Cynthia Carroll, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland, his wife. Benjamin Wilson was captain of Virginia militia in the beginning of the war and in 1781 was made colonel. He gave valuable civil service as well as military, during the Revolution. William Haymond throughout the war was active in fighting Indians. In 1777 he was in command of Pickett's Fort on the Monongahela River and in 1781 was commissioned major. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 10 Mrs. Kate S. Higgins. DAR ID Number: 9168 Born in Virginia. Wife of George E. Higgins. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of Rev. William P. Harsha and Martha M. Wilson, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his wife. Benjamin Wilson was lieutenant in the expedition against Dunmore, and in 1775 commanded a company. He was active in warfare against the Indians during the war and rose to the rank of colonel. He died in 1827, aged eighty. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12 page 104 Mrs. Jessie Leech Davisson. DAR ID Number: 11266 Born in Pennsylvania. Wife of Oscar Fulton Davisson. Descendant of Col. Samucl John Atlee, of Pennsylvania. Daughter of Richard Treat Leech and Mary Ann Barber, his wife. Granddaughter of John Barber and Sarah Elizabeth Whitehill, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of John S. Whitehill and Mary Ann Atlee, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel, John Atlee and Sarah Richardson, his wife. [p.104] Samuel John Atlee (1739-1786), who had served in the early wars, commanded a battalion at the battle of Long Island, where he was taken prisoner. he was confined two years, and when exchanged held high positions in civil service. Also No. 3140.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 12 Miss Helen Agnes Kelly. DAR ID Number: 11606 Born in Minnesota. Descendant of Maj. William Haymond and of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of Anthony Kelly and Anna Haymond, his wife. Granddaughter of William Caldar Haymond and Martha Wilson, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson. his wife; William Haymond, Jr., and Cynthia Carroll, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland, his wife. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who had served under Dunmore, commanded a company of militia and rose to the rank of colonel during the Revolution. He led an expedition against the Indians to avenge the massacre in Tygart's Valley, 1777, and gave valuable civil as well as military service. William Haymond was active in fighting the Indians and, 1777, was in command of Pickett's Fort on the Monongahela River. He was selected by the Assembly to administer the oath of allegiance to the males of Harrison county. He died 1821, aged eighty-one. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843, 9168.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13 Mrs. Annie Kelly Blaine. DAR ID Number: 12803 Born in Minnesota. Wife of James F. Blaine. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson and of Maj. William Haymond, of Virginia. Daughter of Anthony Kelly and Anna Haymond, his wife. Granddaughter of William Calder Haymond and Martha Wilson, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson, his second wife; William Haymond, Jr., and Cynthia Carroll, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland, his wife. See Nos. 12180, 12248.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 2 Mrs. Jeannette Mahohn Dryer. DAR ID Number: 15228 Born in Ohio. Wife of O. D. Dryer. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia; Capt. James Taylor, of Pennsylvania. Daughter of William C. Mahohn and Henrietta Wilson, his wife. Granddaughter of Daniel Davisson Wilson and Susan OBannon, his wife; James Mahohn and Mary Taylor, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phebe Davisson, his wife; James Taylor and Mary Cully, his wife. See No. 15231. James Taylor, (1753-1844), served as Judge Advocate, Northern Department, 1776. He was a pensioner in Licking county, Ohio, where he died.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 2 page 92 [p.92] Mrs. Kate Virginia Wilson Kibler. DAR ID Number: 15231 Born in Ohio. Wife of Edward Kibler. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of Daniel Davisson Wilson and Elizabeth Kidd, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phebe Davisson, his second wife. Benjamin Wilson, (1747-1827), served in the expedition against Lord Dunmore and commanded a company, 1775. He was active in the warfare against the Indians and his opinion of Cornstalk as an orator is often quoted. He was born in Shenandoah county and died in Harrison county. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6510, 7843, 9168, 11606, 12180.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 2 Miss Buena Vista Wilson. DAR ID Number: 15232 Born in Ohio. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of Daniel D. Wilson and Elizabeth Kidd, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phebe Davisson, his wife. See No. 15231.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 28 Mrs. Jennie May Robinson Brister. DAR ID Number: 27049 Born in Newark, Ohio. Wife of Judge E. M. Putnam Brister. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of James Robinson and Julia Wilson, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phebe Davisson (1777-1849), his second wife, m. 1795. Benjamin Wilson, (1747-1827), was captain of militia when the war commenced and throughout the contest was active in leading expeditions to avenge the outrages committed by the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah; died in Harrison Co. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6516, 7843, 9168, 11606, 12180, 15231, 21825, 22669.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31 Mrs. Sue O'Bannon Porter Sheets. DAR ID Number: 30233 Born in Tonaconing, Maryland. Wife of Ralph R. Sheets. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of L. Lindely Porter, M. D. and Janet Withers Wilson, his wife. Granddaughter of Daniel Davisson Wilson and Susan O'Bannon, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phebe Davisson (1778-1849), his second wife, m. 1795. Benjamin Wilson, (1747-1828), was captain of militia when the war commenced and throughout the contest was active in leading expeditions to avenge the outrages committeed by the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah; died in Harrison Co. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6516, 7843, 9168, 11606, 12180, 15231, 21825, 22669, 27049.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 36 Miss Louise M. Higgins. DAR ID Number: 35395 Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, Sergt. Eleazer Ring and Lieut. Ebenezer Leonard. Daughter of George E. Higgins and Kate S. Hasha, his wife. Granddaughter of William P. Hasha and Martha M. Wilson, his wife; Mortimer Luther Higgins and Louisa Brown, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson (1778-1849), his second wife, m. 1795; Luther Higgins and Lydia Ring, his wife; Winthrop Brown and Marcia Leonard, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Eleazer Ring and Demaris Johnson, his wife; Ebenezer Leonard and Elizabeth Marsh, his wife. Benjamin Wilson, (1747-1827), was captain of militia when the war commenced and throughout the contest was active in leading expeditions to avenge the outrages committed by the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah; died in Harrison county, Va. Also Nos. 4095, 5719, 6516, 7843, 9168, 11606, 12180, 15231, 21825, 22669, 27049, 30233. Ebenezer Leonard, (1753-1813), responded to the Lexington Alarm from Worthington, Mass. Eleazer Ring, (1749-1814), served on an expedition to ManChester. He was born in Kingston; died in Chesterfield, Mass. Also Nos. 8794, 15648.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37 Mrs. Rheta C. Witte Davisson. DAR ID Number: 37486 Born in Charleston, South Carolina. Wife of A. Davisson. Descendant of Lieut. Enos Reeves and of Lieut. Peter Bonnetheau. Daughter of George William Witte and Rose Glen Reeves, his wife. See No. 37485.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 41 Mrs. Lucy Griffith Harrison. DAR ID Number: 40574 Born in South Charleston, Ohio. Wife of Charles F. Harrison. Descendant of Isaac Davisson. Daughter of William Cyrus Griffith and Martha Warrington, his wife. Granddaughter of Charles Bower Warrington and Mary Davisson, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Davisson (1790-1851) and Sarah Curl (1790-1884), his wife, m. 1808. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Davisson and Isabella Anderson, his wife, m. 1779. Isaac Davisson, (1746-1847), was placed on the pension roll of Johnson county, Indiana 1832 for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Clarkesburgh, W. Va.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 page 239 Mrs. Florence May Davisson Post. DAR ID Number: 46526 Born in Harrison Co., Va. Wife of Ira Carper Post. Descendant of Maj. Daniel Davisson, Benjamin Coplin and Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper). Daughter of Melville Carper Davisson and Martha Juliet Coplin, his wife. Granddaughter of Nathan Davisson and Elizabeth Carper, his wife; Col. Isaac Coplin (1780-1826) and Prudence Izard Davisson (1788-1876), his wife, m. 1805. Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Davisson and Prudence Izard, his wife, m. 1772; d. 1806; Benjamin Coplin and Deborah Shinn, his wife; Abram Kerber (1764-1854) and Millie Harness, his wife, m. 1788. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Paul Kerber (Carper) and Katrina Bingeman, his wife, m. 1751. Daniel Davisson (1748-1819) was major of militia in 1777, and on through the war, in the Virginia line. He was born in New Jersey; died in Clarksburg, Va. [p.239] Benjamin Coplin (1752-1834) enlisted 1776, in Capt. William Lawther's company. Also served other enlistments 1781-82. He was born and died in Rockingham County, Va. Paul Kerber (Carper) (1728-78) was quartermaster sergeant 1776 in the Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born and died in Berks County. Also No. 41140.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 Mrs. Florence Post Atterholt. DAR ID Number: 46527 Born in Harrison Co., Va. Wife of Frank M. Atterholt. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper). Daughter of Ira Carper Post and Florence May Davisson, his wife. See No. 46526.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47 Mrs. Emily May Ogden. DAR ID Number: 46528 Born in Harrison Co., Va. Wife of Dr. William Clarence Ogden. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper). Daughter of Ira Carper Post and Florence May Davisson, his wife. See No. 46526.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 page 20 [p.20] Mrs. Alice M. Post Hutchinson. DAR ID Number: 53041 Born in Harrison County, W. Va. Wife of Melville Lee Hutchinson. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper), of Pennsylvania. Daughter of Ira Carper Post and Florence May Davisson, his wife. Granddaughter of Isaac Post and Emily Carper, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Adam Carper and Jemima Currence, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abram Kerber (1764-1854) (Carper) and Millie Harness, his wife, m. 1788. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Paul Kerber (Carper) and Katrina Bingeman, his wife, m. 1751. Paul Kerber (1728-78) was quartermaster sergeant, 1776, in the Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born and died in Berks County, Pa. Also No. 41140.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54 Mrs. Margaret Dale Mann. DAR ID Number: 53128 Born in Clark County, Ohio. Wife of Abraham Mann. Descendant of Isaac Davisson. Daughter of John Jenkins Dale and Elizabeth Davisson, his wife. Granddaughter of Isaac Davisson, Jr., and Sarah Curl, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Davisson and Isabella Anderson, his wife. Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) was placed on the pension roll of Johnson County, Ind., 1832, for service as private in Virginia militia. He was born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Also No. 40574.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 Mrs. Bertha Gammon Davisson. DAR ID Number: 54466 Born in Eden, Iowa. Wife of Huston Ellwood Davisson. Descendant of Harris Gammon. Daughter of William Eaton Gammon and Caroline Jenkins, his wife. Granddaughter of Dozier Brawner Gammon and Lavina Turbeville, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Harris Gammon and Brawner, his wife. Harris Gammon (1757-1844) enlisted, 1776, in Capt. Peter Perkins' company, and in 1781 served in Capt. Charles Williams' company, Col. William Dix' regiment, at the siege of Yorktown. He was born in Pittsylvania County, Va.; died in Knox County, Tenn.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 61 page 179 Mrs. Florence Lohr Trimble. DAR ID Number: 60542 Born in London, Ohio. Wife of Robert Henry Trimble, M. D. Descendant of Isaac Davisson, Capt. William Vance, David Vance, Jacob Reeder, Michael Lohr, Thomas Brown, and William Curle. Daughter of James Madison Lohr (1840-1904) and Mary Catherine Pringle (b. 1845), his wife, m. 1865. Granddaughter of George Washington Lohr (1813-97) and Sarah Reeder (1817-75), his wife, m. 1837; David Vance Pringle (1811-82) and Margaret Davisson (1823-99), his wife, m. 1841. Gr-granddaughter of Michael Lohr, Jr. (1787-1819), and Mary Catharine Miller (b. 1794), his wife, m. 1810; James Pringle (1782-1867) and Sarah Vance (1788-1876), his wife, m. 1805; Isaac Davisson, Jr., and Sarah Curle, his wife; Jacob Reeder, Jr. (1782-1848), and Sarah Truesdale (1786-1855), his wife, m. 1804. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Michael Lohr and Catherine Schriner, his wife; Isaac Davisson and Isabella Anderson, his wife; David Vance and Sarah Quimby (1757-1846), his wife; Jacob Reeder and Eunice Hazen (1753-1817), his wife, m. 1768; William Curle and Sarah Brown (1758-1828), his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of William Vance and Sarah Colville, his wife; Thomas Brown and Mary Ball (d. 1816), his wife. [p.179] Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) was placed on the pension roll of Johnson County, Ind., 1832, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Also Nos. 40574, 53128. William Vance (1718-88), who had commanded a company in the early wars, gave service in the Revolution. He removed to Pennsylvania in 1780, and Vance's frontier fort is named after this family. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Washington county, Pa. Also No. 17855. David Vance (1749-1816) was a private in Capt. Robert Patterson's company of Virginia militia, 1780. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Kentucky. Jacob Reeder (1742-1826) was master armorer at Fort Constitution, 1776. He was born in New Jersey; died in Trumbull County, Ohio. Michael Lohr (1755-1835) was placed on the pension roll of Washington County, Pa., 1832, for service as private, Maryland troops. He was born in York, Pa.; died in Rockingham County, Va. Thomas Brown (1730-1818) served as a private in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Wales; died in Bethel. Ohio. Also Nos. 27376, 31773. William Curle (1765-1842) enlisted in Capt. James Parson's company of Virginia militia. He was born in Virginia; died in Logan County, Ohio.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 61 page 240 Mrs. Louise I. Cypert. DAR ID Number: 60720 Born in Belton, Texas. Wife of Eugene Cypert. Descendant of Major William Haymond and of Col. Benjamin Wilson. Daughter of Benton B. Seat and Louisa Haymond, his wife. Granddaughter of Jonathan Haymond and Harriet B. Wilson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William Haymond, Jr., and Cynthia Carroll, his wife; Benjamin Wilson and Phbe Davisson, his 2nd wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland, his wife. [p.240] William Haymond (1740-1821) commanded a company, 1777, at Pickett's Ford, on the Monongahela River, and in 1781 was commissioned major. He was born in Maryland; died in Harrison County, Va. Also Nos. 32758, 52380. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also Nos. 11606, 12180, 15231, 21825, 22669.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 66 page 282 Mrs. Elizabeth Dale Wilkinson. DAR ID Number: 65815 Born in Danville, Ill. Wife of Charles E. Wilkinson. Descendant of James Dale, Isaac Davisson, Jabez Rounds, Benjamin Crossman, and Nathan Hicks. Daughter of John Warrington Dale (b. 1842) and Harriet Hicks (b. 1844), his wife, m. 1873. Granddaughter of John Jenkins Dale (1809-77) and Elizabeth Davisson (1815-99), his wife, m. 1834; George Hicks (1795-1878) and Mary Curtis (1803-68), his wife, m. 1823. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Dale (1774-1816) and Charlotte Truitt (d. 1823), his wife, m. 1800; Isaac Davisson, Jr. (1790-1851) and Sarah Curl (1790-1884), his wife, wife, m. 1808; Nathan Hicks, and Prudence Round (1769-1845), his wife, m. 1782. Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Dale and Margaret Read (b. 1784), his wife, m. 1764; Isaac Davisson and Isabella Anderson (b. 1756), his wife, m. 1779; Jabez Round and Prudence Crossman, his wife. [p.282] James Dale (1740-95) served in Capt. Dale's company, Worcester County militia. Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) was placed on the pension roll of Johnson County, Ind., 1832, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Clarksburg, Va. Jabez Rounds (1735-1806) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Sylvanus Martin's company, Col. George Williams' Bristol County regiment. He was born and died in Taunton, Mass. Benjamin Crossman (1717-1806) enlisted, 1777, as a private in Capt. Josiah King's company, Col. George Williams' regiment, in the Rhode Island expedition. He was born and died in Taunton. Nathan Hicks (1762-1845) was pensioned as private in Capt. Joseph Cole's company, Col. John Jacobs' Massachusetts regiment. He was born and died in Rehoboth, Mass.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 Mrs. Edith Loke Pitkin. DAR ID Number: 66299 Born in London, Ohio. Wife of Frank Dwight Pitkin. Descendant of Isaac Davisson. Daughter of James Madison Loke and Mary Catherine Pringle, his wife. Granddaughter of David Pringle and Margaret Davisson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Davisson, Jr. (1790-1851), and Sarah Curl (1790-1884), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Isaac Davisson and Isabella Anderson, his wife, m. 1779. Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) was placed on the pension roll of Johnson County, Ind., 1832, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Clarksburgh, W. Va. Also No. 40574.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 Miss Alice May Lawton. DAR ID Number: 66364 Born in Grafton, Vt. Descendant of Thomas Lawton and of Corp. John Pollard. Daughter of Lafayette Frank Lawton (b. 1852) and Lizzie M. Hall (1861-83), his wife, m. 1879. Granddaughter of Frank L. Lawton (b. 1824) and Emmer J. Jones (1834-1909), his wife, m. 1851. Gr-granddaughter of George Lawton (1782-1860) and Deborah Davisson (1797-1863), his wife, m. 1823; Gideon Jones and Parroteen Pollard, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Lawton and Bosworth, his wife, m. 1779; John Pollard and Anne Lockwood, his wife. Thomas Lawton (1745-1829) served as a private in Capt. Elias Weld's company which marched on the alarm, 1780, from Hartland, Vt., to Royalton and Haverhill. He was born in England; died in Hartland, Vt. John Pollard (1752-1839) served as corporal in Capt. Macy Williams' company, Col. Timothy Walker's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Suncook, N. H.; died at Mt. Washington, Mass.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 Mrs. Mary Arnold Edmiston. DAR ID Number: 66499 Born in Weston, W. Va. Wife of Thomas Bland Edmiston. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson. Daughter of William Edward Arnold (1817-90) and Susan Martin Wilson (1827-99), his wife, m. 1848. Granddaughter of Josiah Davisson Wilson (1796-1868) and Mary Martin b. 1804), his wife, m. 1820. Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson (1777-1849) his wife, m. 1795. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County, died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 60720.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 page 187 Mrs. Floride Arnold Mcclellan. DAR ID Number: 66501 Born in Weston, W. Va. Wife of John Harper McClellan. Descendant of Capt. George Jackson, Col. Benjamin Wilson, William Martin, Quartermaster Hezekiah Davisson, John Jackson, Elizabeth Cummins Jackson and Samuel Porter. Daughter of William Edward Arnold (1817-90) and Susan Martin Wilson (1827-99), his wife, m. 1848. Granddaughter of Elijah Arnold (1772-1849) and Prudence Jackson (1789-1855), his wife, m. 1811; Josiah Davisson Wilson (1796-1868) and Mary Martin (1804-31), his wife, m. 1820. [p.187] Gr-granddaughter of George Jackson and Elizabeth Brake, his wife, m. 1777; Benjamin Wilson and Phoebe Davisson (1777-1849), his wife, m. 1795; William Martin and Susannah Stout (1769-1814), his wife, m. 1788; Isaac Amold and Mary Porter, his wife, m. 1771. See No. 66499. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Hezekiah Davisson and Ann , his wife, m. 1776; John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins, his wife, m. 1755; Samuel Porter and Eve , his wife, m. 1752. George Jackson (1756-1831) was commissioned captain in 1781 and joined General Clark's expedition against the British and Indians. He was born in Cecil County, Md.; died in Zanesville, Ohio. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1779, serving as assistant commissary of Issues under Captain McKnight. He also served under several other commands, receiving a pension for two years' actual service. He was born in Newark, N. J.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, 1781, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians west of the Ohio river. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, Va. John Jackson (1715-1801) served as private. He was born in England; died in Clarksburg, W. Va. Elizabeth Cummins Jackson (1724-1825) defended Fort Jackson while her husband and sons were away. She was born in England; died in Clarksburg, W. Va. Samuel Porter, private, was one of a number of prisoners sent from Quebec in exchange, 1782. He was born, 1807, in Fauquier County, Va., where he died.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 68 Mrs. Margaret Coplin Brannon. DAR ID Number: 67856 Born in Barbour County, W. Va. Wife of John Bland Brannon. Descendant of Benjamin Coplin and of Sergt. Paul Kerber. Daughter of Nathan Jacob Coplin (1836-1904) and Emma Hall, his wife, m. 1866. Granddaughter of David C. Coplin (1808-82) and Olive Carper Davisson, his wife, m. 1836. Gr-granddaughter of Jacob Coplin (1777-1838) and Margaret Davisson, his wife, m. 1797; Nathan Davisson and Elizabeth Carper, his wife, m. 1815. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Coplin and Deborah Shinn (b. 1754), his wife, m. 1773; Abraham Kerber (Carper) and Millie Harness, his wife, m. 1787. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Paul Kerber and Katrina Bingeman, his wife. Benjamin Coplin (1752-1834) applied for pension, 1833, and his claim was allowed for services as private under Capt. William Lowther, Virginia Line, 1777-82. He was born in Rockingham County; died in Harrison County, Va. Paul Kerber (1728-78) was a quartermaster sergeant, 1776, in Col. Haller's battalion, in the Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born and died in Berks County. Also No. 41140.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 68 Mrs. Winifred Boring Fletcher. DAR ID Number: 67866 Born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Wife of M. A. Fletcher. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber. Daughter of Nathan D. Boring and Rachel M. Pickens, his wife. Granddaughter of James Boring and Deborah Ann Carper Davisson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Davisson and Elizabeth Carper, his wife. See No. 67856.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 68 page 309 Miss Mary Jackson. DAR ID Number: 67874 Born in Lewis County, W. Va. Descendant of John Jackson, George Jackson, Benjamin Wilson, William Martin, Hezekiah Davisson, and Elizabeth Cummins Jackson. Daughter of James Taylor Jackson (1829-1901) and Phbe Ann Wilson (1829-1882), his wife, m. 1853. Granddaughter of George Washington Jackson (1791-1876) and Hetta Taylor (1799-1852), his wife, m. 1816; Josiah Davisson Wilson (1796-1868) and Mary Martin (1804-31), his wife, m. 1820. Gr-granddaughter of George Jackson and Elizabeth Brake, his wife; Benjamin Wilson and Phbe Ann Davisson (1777-1827), his 2nd wife, m. 1795; William Martin (1763-1851) and Susan Stout (1769-1814), his 1st wife, m. 1788. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins (d. 1825), his wife; Hezekiah Davisson and Ann , his wife, m. 1776. [p.309] John Jackson (1715-1801) served as private in the battle of Kings Mountain. He was born in England; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 62794. George Jackson received a grant of land near Zanesville, Ohio, for service as private in the Virginia Line. He died near Zanesville, 1831. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 66501. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1779, and served as assistant commissary of Issues under Capt. McKnight. He was at the capture of Stony Point. He was born in New Jersey; died in Virginia. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 66501. Elizabeth Cummins Jackson (1724-1825) defended a fort while her husband and sons were away. She was born in England; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 66501.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70 page 58 [p.58] Mrs. Anita Collins Smith. DAR ID Number: 69153 Born in Pennsboro, W. Va. Wife of Harvey F. Smith. Descendant of Major William Haymond, Capt. William Brice, Richard Bond, and Ensign Hezekiah Davisson. Daughter of Creed Collins (1842-1909) and Susan Haymond (b. 1846), his wife, m. 1867. Granddaughter of John Collins (1805-73) and Phbe Brice (d. 1865), his wife; Lewis Haymond (1813-67) and Rachel Wilson (1820-1906), his wife, m. 1839. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Haymond (1776-1853) and Rebecca Bond (1780-1869), his wife, m. 1803; Benjamin Jones Brice and Sarah Wilson; Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827) and Phbe Ann Davisson, his 2nd wife, m. 1795. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Haymond and Cassandra Clelland (1741-88), his wife, m. 1763; William Brice and Rachel Jones, his wife; Richard Bond and Mary Passmore (1747-1820), his wife; Hezekiah Davisson and Ann , his wife, m. 1776. William Haymond (1740-1821) was commissioned captain of militia by Governor Patrick Henry and, 1781, was promoted major by Governor Benjamin Harrison. In 1777 was in command of Pickett's Fort, in northwest Virginia, and was one of the officers selected by the Assembly to administer the Oath of Allegiance to the males of Harrison County. He was born in Maryland; died in Virginia. Also No. 12248. William Brice (1740-83) entered the army as ensign and was lieutenant at the battle of Long Island. He was at Trenton and Valley Forge and subsequently commissioned captain. He was born in Kent County, Md.; died in Bladensburg from the effects of exposure. Also Nos. 49220. Richard Bond (1728-1819) was a member of the House of Delegates, 1777, from Cecil County, Md., where he was born. He died in Harrison County, Va. Hezekiah Davisson served as ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, raised, 1781, to join Gen. George Rogers Clarke's expedition against the Indians and British west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, Va.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 71 Mrs. Hattie W. Blair Moss. DAR ID Number: 70910 Born in Ritchie County, W. Va. Wife of H. H. Moss. Descendant of Col. Banjamin Wilson, of Virginia. Daughter of Jacob Beeson Blair and Josephine Jackson, his wife. Granddaughter of William L. Jackson and Harriet Wilson, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson, Jr., and Patsy Davisson, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Wilson and Ann Ruddle, his wife. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County. Also Nos. 15231, 21825, 63092.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 72 page 239 Mrs. Phoebe Anne Turner Malamphy. DAR ID Number: 71668 Born in Morgantown, W. Va. Wife of M. J. Malamphy. Descendant of Benjamin Wilson, Hezekiah Davisson, William Martin, Elizabeth Cummins Jackson, John Jackson, and Capt. George Jackson. Daughter of Eli Marsh Turner (1844-1908) and Hetty Georgie Jackson (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1883. Granddaughter of James Taylor Jackson (1829-1907) and Phbe Ann Wilson (1829-82), his wife, m. 1853. Gr-granddaughter of George Washington Jackson (1791-1876) and Hettie Taylor (1799-1852), his wife, m. 1816; Jossiah Davisson Wilson (1796-1868) and Mary Martin (1804-31), his wife, m. 1820. Gr-gr-granddaughter of George Jackson and Elizabeth Brake (1757-1812), his wife, m. 1776; Benjamin Wilson and Phbe Ann Davisson (1776-1849), his wife, m. 1795; William Martin and Susannah Stout (1769-1814), his wife, m. 1788. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Jackson and Elizabeth Cummins, his wife, m. 1755; Hezekiah Davisson and Ann , his wife. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who had served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, 1781, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, Va. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1779, serving as assistant commissary of issues under Captain McKnight. He also served under several other commands, receiving a pension for two years' actual service. He was born in Newark, N. J.; died in Clarksburg, Va. [p.239] Elizabeth Cummins Jackson (1724-1825) defended Fort Jackson while her husband and sons were away. She was born in England; died in Clarksburg, Va. John Jackson (1715-1801) served as private. He was born in England; died in Clarksburg, Va. George Jackson (1756-1831) was commissioned captain in 1781 and joined General Clark's expedition against the British and Indians. He was born in Cecil County, Md.; died in Zanesville, Ohio. Also No. 66501.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 73 page 43 [p.43] Mrs. Nellie Bell Davisson. DAR ID Number: 72115 Born in Lincoln, Ind. Wife of A. Clinton Davisson. Descendant of Nathaniel Bell. Daughter of Mahlon Bell (b. 1849) and Martha Frush (b. 1848), his wife, m. 1870. See Nos. 72113, 72114.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 252 [p.252] Mrs. Virginia Davisson Haymond. DAR ID Number: 75662 Born in Harrison County, W. Va. Wife of Sidney Haymond. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber. Daughter of Nathan Davisson (1787-1864) and Elizabeth Carper (1797-1880), his wife, m. 1815. Granddaughter of Abram Kerber and Millie Harness, his wife, m. 1787. Gr-granddaughter of Paul Kerber and Katrina Bingeman, his wife. Paul Kerber (1728-78) was a quartermaster sergeant, 1776, in Colonel Haller's battalion, Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born and died in Berks County, Pa. Also No. 67856.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 Mrs. Jennette B. Wilson Munger. DAR ID Number: 75663 Born in Fetterman, W. Va. Wife of Charles Wesley Munger. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber. Daughter of William Coleman Wilson (b. 1834) and Harriet Davisson (1834-97), his wife, m. 1860. Granddaughter of Nathan Davisson (1787-1864) and Elizabeth Carper (1797-1880, his wife, m. 1815. See No. 75662.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78 Mrs. Isabelle Hanson Worcester Whittingham. DAR ID Number: 77868 Born in Dorchester, Mass. Wife of James Whittingham. Descendant of Thomas Worcester, of Maine. Daughter of Ira Eugene Worcester (b. 1860) and Fanny Melvina Davisson (b. 1857), his wife, m. 1887. Granddaughter of Ira Worcester (1826-68) and Elmira E. Colby (b. 1833), his wife, m. 1850. Gr-granddaughter of John Worcester (1791-1834) and Nancy Heard (d. 1847), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Thomas Worcester and Susannah (d. 1846), his wife. Thomas Worcester (1756-1822) enlisted, 1777, in the 2nd company, Col. John Bailey's regiment; also, 1778, in Capt. Samuel Darby's company, same regiment. He was born in Kittery, Me.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85 Mrs. Elizabeth Martin Nichol. DAR ID Number: 84362 Born in Arkansas. Wife of Joe Nichol. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, as follows: 1. Henry G. Martin (b. 1848), m. 1872, Frances Bailey (b. 1854). 2. Benjamin Wilson Martin (1817-76), m. 1847, Elizabeth Bond (b. 1820). 3. James Martin (1788-1856), m. 1814, Edith Davisson Wilson (1799-1876). 4. Benjamin Wilson, m., 2nd, 1795, Phbe Davisson (b. 1776). Benjamin Wilson (1747-1828) was captain of militia when the war commenced, and was active in leading expeditions to avenge the outrages committed by the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 72735.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85 page 267 [p.267] Miss Genevieve Collins. DAR ID Number: 84689 Born in Pennsboro, W. Va. Descendant of Hezekiah Davisson, Capt. William Brice, Major William Haymond, and Richard Bond, as follows: 1. Creed Collins (1842-1909), m. 1867, Susan Haymond (b. 1846). 2. John Collins (1805-73), m. 1833, Phbe Brice (d. 1865); Lewis Haymond (1813-47), m. 1839, Rachel Wilson (1820-1906). 3. Benjamin Jones Brice, m. Sarah Wilson; Thomas Haymond (1776-1853), m. 1803, Rebecca Bond (1780-1869); Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), m., 2nd, 1795, Phbe Ann Davisson (1777-1849). See No. 84349. 4. William Brice, m. Rachel Jones; Richard Bond, m., 2nd, Mary Passmore (1747-1820); Hezekiah Davisson, m. 1776, Ann . William Brice (1740-83) entered the army as ensign and was lieutenant at the battle of Long Island. He was at Trenton and Valley Forge, and subsequently commissioned captain. He was born in Kent County, Md.; died in Bladensburg. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 67874. Richard Bond (1728-1819) was a member of the House of Delegates, 1777, from Cecil County, Md., where he was born. He died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 69153.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86 page 272273 [p.272] Mrs. Mary Prudence Mcclellan O'Hara. DAR ID Number: 85708 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wife of Albert O'Hara. Descendant of Ensign Hezekiah Davisson, William Martin, Samuel Porter, Col. Benjamin Wilson, John Jackson, Elizabeth Cummins Jackson, and Capt. George Jackson, as follows: 1. John Harper McClellan (1847-87), m. 1885, Floride Arnold. 2. William Edward Arnold (1817-90), m. 1848, Susan Martin Wilson (1827-99). 3. Josiah Davisson Wilson (1796-1868), m. 1820, Mary Martin (1804-31); Elijah Arnold (1772-1849), m. 1814, Prudence Jackson (1789-1855). 4. Benjamin Wilson, m. 2d, 1795, Phoebe Ann Davisson (1777-1849); William Martin, m. 1788, Susanah Stout (1769-1814); Isaac Arnold, m. 1771, Mary Porter; George Jackson, m. 1776, Elizabeth Brake (1757-1812). 5. Hezekiah Davisson, m. Ann ; Samuel Porter, m. 1740, Eve ; John Jackson, m. 1755, Elizabeth Cummings. Hezekiah Davisson served as ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, raised in 1781 to join Gen. George Rogers Clark in the expedition against the Indians west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, W. Va. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1779, at Lebanon, N. J., as Assistant Commissary of Issues under Capt. McKnight; was at the storming of Stony Point and the battle of Pittstown, N. J. He served until the close of the war. He was born in Newark, N. J.; died in Harrison County, Va. Samuel Porter was one of a number of prisoners sent from Quebec in exchange, 1782. He was born, 1807, in Fauquier County, Va., where he died. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827) served as lieutenant captain, and colonel, 1775-1783, in the Virginia forces. He was born in Frederick County; died in Harrison County, Va. John Jackson (1715-1801) served as private with Virginia troops. He was born in England; died in Clarksburg, Va. [p.273] Elizabeth Cummins Jackson (1724-1825) defended Fort Jackson while her husband and sons were away. She was born in England; died in Clarksburg, W. Va. George Jackson (1757-1831) was commissioned captain, 1781, and joined Gen. George Rogers Clark's expedition against the British and Indians. He was born in Cecil County, Md.; died in Zanesville, Ohio. Also No. 66501.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86 Mrs. Ellen Grahame Goodfellow Fleming. DAR ID Number: 85998 Born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Wife of George Wallace Fleming. Descendant of Capt. James McIlhany, as follows: 1. Thomas Miles Goodfellow (1818-71), m. 1852, Elizabeth H. Milton (1829-87). 2. Richard Milton (1796-1868), m. 1817, Margaret Rosamond Davisson (1796-1868). 3. Nathaniel Davisson (d. 1806), m. 1799, Nancy McIlhany (1779-1842). 6. James McIlhany, m. 1778, Margaret Tribbey-Williams (1760-1837). James McIlhany (1740-1804) served as 1st lieutenant in the 10th Virginia regiment, 1776, as captain, 1777. He was born and died in Loudoun County, Va. Also Nos. 75766, 83072.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 87 page 75 Mrs. Maud L. Worcester Makemson. DAR ID Number: 86241 Born in Moultonboro, N. H. Wife of Thomas Emmet Makemson. Descendant of Thomas Worster, as follows: 1. Ira Eugene Worcester (b. 1860) m., 1887, Fanny Melvina Davisson (b. 1859). 2. Ira Worcester (1826-68) m., 1850, Elmira E. Colby (b. 1833). 3. John Worcester (1791-1834) m. Nancy Heard (d. 1847). 4. Thomas Worster m. Susannah (d. 1846). [p.75] Thomas Worster (1756-1822) enlisted, 1777, in the 2d company, Col. John Bailey's regiment; also, 1778, in Capt. Samuel Darby's company, same regiment. He was born in Kittery, Maine. Also No. 77868.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 90 Mrs. Jeanette Maholm Dryer. DAR ID Number: 89115 Born in Newark, Ohio. Wife of Orson Dudley Dryer. Descendant of Ensign Hezekiah Davisson and of Thomas Seymour, as follows: 1. William C. Maholm (1825-1901) m. 2nd 1857 Henrietta Wilson (1836-69). 2. Daniel D. Wilson (1810-90) m. 1835 Susan O'Bannon (1815-58). 3. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827) m. 2nd 1795 Phbe Ann Davisson (1776-1849); William O'Bannon (1782-1857) m. 1806 Margaret Seymour (1785-1836). 4. Hezekiah Davisson m. Ann ; Thomas Seymour m. 1782 Catharine Hider (d. 1842). Hezekiah Davisson served as ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, raised, 1781, to join Gen. George Rogers Clarke's expedition against the Indians and British west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 69153. Thomas Seymour enlisted in the Revolution under General McIntosh from Hardy County, Va., where he was born. He died, 1831, in Licking County, Ohio. Also No. 74439.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91 Mrs. Zoda Zoe Fugard Davisson. DAR ID Number: 90483 Born in Iowa City, Iowa. Wife of Earl M. Davisson. Descendant of Samuel Fugard, as follows: 1. Abraham Lincoln Fugard (b. 1861) m. 1883 Effa Bell (b. 1867). 2. George Fugard (1828-1900) m. 1851 Sarah Elizabeth (b. 1835). 3. Samuel Fugard, Jr. (d. 1861), m. 2nd 1821 Sallie Stone. 4. Samuel Fugard m. Abigail . Samuel Fugard (1730-91) served as private under Captains Barrow and Frye, Colonels Moore and Cilley, New Hampshire Line. He was born and died in Bedford, N. H. Also No. 87523.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91 page 197 Mrs. Geneva Lohr Dimond. DAR ID Number: 90613 Born in London, Ohio. Wife of William E. Dimond. [p.197] Descendant of Thomas Brown, Jacob Reeder, Sergt. Isaac Davisson, Michael Lohr, and Capt. William Vance, as follows: 1. James Madison Lohr (1840-1904) m. 1865 Mary Catherine Pringle (b. 1845). 2. George W. Lohr (1813-97) m. 1837 Sarah Reeder (1817-75); David Vance Pringle (1811-82) m. 1841 Margaret Davisson (1823-99). 3. Michael Lohr, Jr. (1787-1819), m. 1810 Mary Catherine Miller (b. 1794); Isaac Davisson, Jr. (1790-1851), m. 1808 Sarah Curle (1790-1884); Jacob Reeder, Jr. (1782-1848), m. 1804 Sarah Trusdale (1786-1855); James Pringle (1782-1867) m. 1805 Sarah Vance (1788-1876). 4. Michael Lohr m. Catherine Shriner; Jacob Reeder m. 1767 Eunice Hazen (1753-1817); Isaac Davisson m. 1779 Isabella Anderson (b. 1756); David Vance m. Sarah Quimby (1757-1846); William Curle (d. 1842) m. Sarah Brown (1758-1828). 5. William Vance m. Sarah Colvil; Thomas Brown m. 1754 Mary Ball (d. 1816). Thomas Brown (1730-1818) served as private in the Virginia Continental Line. He was born in Wales; died in Bethel, Ohio. Jacob Reeder (1742-1826) was master armorer at Fort Constitution, 1776. He was born in New Jersey; died in Trumbull County, Ohio. Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) was placed on the pension roll of Johnson County, Ind., 1832, for service as private, Virginia militia. He was born in Clarksburg, W. Va.; died in Charleston, Ohio. Michael Lohr (1755-1835) was placed on the pension roll of Washington County, Pa., 1832, for service as private, Maryland troops. He was born in York, Pa.; died in Rockingham County, Va. William Vance (1718-88) who had commanded a company in the early wars, gave service in the Revolution. He removed to Pennsylvania in 1780, and Vance's frontier fort is named after this family. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Washington County, Pa. Also No. 17855.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 92 page 86 Mrs. Beuna Wilson Brown. DAR ID Number: 91263 Born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Wife of John W. Brown. [p.86] Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, William Martin and Ensign Hezekiah Davisson, as follows: 1. Benjamin Wilson (1825-1901) m. 1848 Susan J. Marsh (1828-82). 2. Josiah D. Wilson (1796-1868) m. 1820 Mary Martin (1804-31). 3. Benjamin Wilson m. 1795 Phbe Davisson (1776-1849); William Martin m. 1788 Susannah Stout (1769-1814). 4. Hezekiah Davisson m. 1776 Ann . Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County, died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 66499. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1779, serving as assistant commissary of issues under Captain McKnight. He also served under several other commands, receiving a pension for two years' actual service. He was born in Newark, N. J.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, 1781, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died, 1794, in Clarksburg, Va.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 92 Mrs. Amanda Bland Carper Heath. DAR ID Number: 91270 Born in Weston, W. Va. Wife of Dr. Frank Cronmiller Heath. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper), as follows: 1. Wirt Dale Carper (1852-1908) m. 1877 Lillie Dale Brannon (b. 1855). 2. Isaac White Carper (1822-64) m. 1846 Pamelia Davisson (1824-92). 3. George Carper (1793-1882) m. 1821 Rachel White (1802-84). 4. Abram Kerber (Carper) (1766-1854) m. 1788 Millie Harness (d. 1820). 5. Paul Kerber m. 1764 Katrina Bingeman. Paul Kerber (1728-78) was a quartermaster sergeant, 1776, in Colonel Haller's battalion, Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born and died in Berks County, Pa. Also Nos. 67856, 75662.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 94 page 64 [p.64] Mrs. Anna M. Harrison Davisson. DAR ID Number: 93196 Born in Weston, W. Va. Wife of Edwin G. Davisson. Descendant of Lieut. Valentine Eckert, as follows: 1. Mathew Waite Harrison (b. 1826) m. 1853 Sarah Elizabeth Hoffman (1830-1911). 2. William A. Harrison (1795-1870) m. 1823 Anna Mayberry (d. 1887). 3. Willoughby Mayberry (d. 1830) m. Susan Eckert. 4. Valentine Eckert (1733-1821) m. Elizabeth Gerrant. 5. John Eckert m. Angelica Hinkles. Valentine Eckert (1733-1821) was county lieutenant of Berks County, Pa., and represented the county, 1779, in the Provincial Assembly. He was born in Hanover, Germany; died in Winchester, Va. Also No. 91269.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95 page 53 [p.53] Mrs. Florence May Davisson Treichler. DAR ID Number: 94158 Born in Harrison, W. Va. Wife of Carl Treichler. Descendant of Sergt. Paul Kerber (Carper), as follows: 1. Columbus Adam Davisson (1847-1905) m. 1868 Mary A. Faris (b. 1851). 2. Austin Davisson (1821-90) m. 1840 Emily Woodford (1823-1908). 3. Nathan Davisson (1787-1864) m. 1815 Elizabeth Carper (1797-1880). 4. Abram Carper (1764-1854) m. 1788 Millie Harnes (d. 1820). 5. Paul Kerber m. 1751 Katrina Bingeman. Paul Kerber (1728-78) was a quartermaster-sergeant, 1776, in Colonel Haller's battalion, Pennsylvania Flying Camp. He was born in Berks County; died in Reading, Pa. Also No. 83141.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96 **** Sarah Elizabeth Hannah. DAR ID Number: 95185 Born in Wayne, Ohio. Descendant of Andrew McIntire, as follows: 1. John Hannah (b. 1842) m. 1863 Mary Martin (b. 1846). 2. Isaac Martin (1802-90) m. 1833 Amanda Davisson (1814-96). 3. John Martin (1778-1820) m. Jane McIntire. See No. 95167.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 Mrs. Mary Martin Robe. DAR ID Number: 96437 Born in Adams County, Ohio. Wife of Orin Werrett Robe. Descendant of Andrew McIntire, as follows: 1. John Martin (1835-1906) m. 1868 Maria Campbell (1839-73). 2. Isaac Martin (1802-90) m. 1833 Amanda Davisson (1814-96). 3. John Martin m. Jane McIntire. 4. Andrew McIntire m. Elizabeth Edmonson (b. 1752). Andrew McIntire (1746-1835) served as private in Capt. William Love's company, Col. Charles Campbell's regiment, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in West Nottingham, Pa.; died in Adams County, Ohio.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 Mrs. Flora Bailey Britt. DAR ID Number: 97684 Born in Weston, W. Va. Wife of Dudley Digges Britt. Descendant of Maj. Daniel Davisson, as follows: 1. Douglass Moxley Bailey (1834-1903) m. 1859 Henrietta Davisson (b. 1827). 2. Granville G. Davisson (1810-56) m. 1836 Charlotte Despard (1817-51). 3. George Izard Davisson (1786-1836) m. 1809 Jemima Pindall (b. 1790). 4. Daniel Davisson m. 1772 Prudence Izard (d. 1806). Daniel Davisson (1748-1819) was major of militia in 1777, and served through the war in the Virginia Line. He was born in New Jersey; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 46526.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 Mrs. Lena Bailey Williams. DAR ID Number: 97687 Born in Heston, W. Va. Wife of James William Williams. Descendant of Maj. Daniel Davisson, as follows: 1. Douglass Moxley Bailey (1834-1903) m. 1859 Henrietta Davisson (b. 1837). See No. 97684.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103 Miss Georgia Elizabeth Fleming. DAR ID Number: 102859 Born in Arlington Heights, Ill. Descendant of Capt. James McIlhany, as follows: 1. George Wallace Fleming (b. 1859) m. 1881 Ellen Grahame Goodfellow (b. 1860). 2. Thomas Miles Goodfellow (1818-71) m. 1852 Elizabeth Hannah Milton (1829-87). 3. Richard Milton (1796-1868) m. 1817 Margaret Rosannah Davisson (1796-1868). 4. Nathaniel Davisson (d. 1806) m. 1799 Nancy McIlhany (1779-1842). 5. James McIlhany m. 1778 Margaret Tribbey Williams (1760-1837). James McIlhany (1749-1804) served as 1st lieutenant in the 10th Virginia regiment, 1776; as captain, 1777. He was born and died in Loudoun County, Va. Also No. 85998.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 page 45 Mrs. Helen Willard Cork Paschel. DAR ID Number: 105131 Born in Charleston, W. Va. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, as follows: [p.45] 1. Jacob F. Cork (b. 1857) m. 1880 Harriet Chevalier (1854-1912). 2. John James Cork (1831-64) m. 1856 Rebecca L. Campbell (b. 1838). 3. John C. Campbell (1811-95) m. 1836 Ann Brice Wilson (1808-85). 4. Benjamin Wilson, Jr. (b. 1778), m. 1803 Martha Davisson. 5. Benjamin Wilson m. 1770 Anna Ruddell (1754-95). Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 70910.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 110 Miss Ann Wilson Campbell. DAR ID Number: 109492 Born in Walton, W. Va. Descendant of Benjamin Wilson, as follows: 1. William C. Campbell, M. D. (b. 1846), m. 1882 Prudentia Wilson Lewis 1861-1905). 2. John C. Campbell (1811-95) m. 1836 Ann Brice Wilson (1808-85). 3. Benjamin Wilson, Jr. (b. 1778), m. 1803 Martha Davisson. 4. Benjamin Wilson m. 1770 Ann Ruddell (1754-95). Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827), who served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Harrison County, Va. Also No. 70910.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 46 Mrs. Louise Campbell Depue Mclellan. DAR ID Number: 111140 Born in Spencer, W. Va. Wife of Capt. E. S. McLellan. Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, as follows: 1. Henry DePue (1840-1907) m. 1872 Anne Belle Campbell (1844-89). 2. John C. Campbell (1811-95) m. 1836 Ann Brice Wilson (1808-85). 3. Benjamin Wilson, Jr. (b. 1778), m. 1803 Martha Patsy Davisson. 4. Benjamin Wilson m. 1st 1770 Ann Ruddell (1754-95). [p.46] Benjamin Wilson (1747-1827) served in the expedition against Dunmore, and was active in the warfare against the Indians. In 1781 was commissioned colonel. He was born in Shenandoah County, Va.; died in Clarksburg, W. Va. Also No. 60720.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Mrs. Fanny Melvina Davisson Worcester. DAR ID Number: 111374 Born in Haverhill, Ohio. Wife of Ira Eugene Worcester. Descendant of Increase Daniels, as follows: 1. Thomas Davisson (1814-84) m. 1846 Elvira White (d. 1861). 2. Thayer Daniels White (1800-86) m. 1825 Elizabeth Kimball (b. 1803). 3. Bethuel White m. 1796 Margery Daniels (b. 1773). 4. Increase Daniels m. 1773 Elona Thayer (b. 1754). Increase Daniels (1752-1806) responded to the Lexington Alarm in Capt. Josiah Daniels' company from Mendon, Mass. He was born in Mendon, Mass.; died in Westmoreland, N. H. Also No. 52415.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Carrie Warrington Jones. DAR ID Number: 115021 Born in South Charleston, Ohio. Wife of Owen E. Jones. Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Davisson, as follows: 1. William Owen Warrington (b. 1848) m. 1869 Alice Hedrick (b. 1851). 2. Charles B. Warrington (1814-54) m. 1836 Mary Davisson (1813-67). 3. Isaac Davisson, Jr. (1790-1851), m. Sarah Curl (1790-1884). 4. Isaac Davisson m. 1779 Isabella Anderson (b. 1756). Isaac Davisson (1746-1847) served as orderly sergeant and Indian spy, Virginia Line. He was born in Clarksburg, W. Va.; died in South Charleston, Ohio. Also No. 90613.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116 Mrs. Deborah Anna Gore Miller. DAR ID Number: 115273 Born in Clarksburg, W. Va. Wife of Dr. J. Preston Miller. Descendant of Major Daniel Davisson, as follows: 1. Truman Gore (1827-99) m. 1858 Mary Martha Smith (b. 1841). 2. Cruger Wormley Smith (1814-75) m. 1837 Deborah Ann Copeland (1815-51). 3. Isaac Copeland (1780-1826) m. 1805 Prudence I. Davisson (1788-1876). 4. Daniel Davisson m. 1772 Prudence Izzard (d. 1806). Daniel Davisson (1748-1819) was major of militia, 1777, and served throughout the war, in the Virginia Line. He was born in New Jersey; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 46526.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 119 page 36 Mrs. Katherine Baker Wilson Bill. DAR ID Number: 118114 Born in Velasco, Texas. Wife of David S. Bill. [p.36] Descendant of Col. Benjamin Wilson, William Martin, Ensign Hezekiah Davisson, Benjamin Shinn and Isaac Shinn, as follows: 1. Josiah D. Wilson (b. 1859) m. 1890 Elizabeth Ada Baker (b. 1859). 2. Benjamin Wilson (1825-1901) m. 1858 Savilla Rittenhouse (1837-79). 3. Josiah D. Wilson (1796-1870) m. 1820 Mary Martin (1804-31); Bennett Rittenhouse (1804-76) m. Zilpah (or Zilpha) Shinn (1808-87). 4. Benjamin Wilson m. 2nd 1795 Phbe Davisson (1776-1849); Clement Shinn (1786-1868) m. 1808 Lucretia (Shinn) (1785-1832); William Martin m. 1788 Susan Stout (1769-1814). 5. Isaac Shinn m. 1785 Agnes Drake (parents of Lucretia). 6. Benjamin Shinn m. Anne Reese. Benjamin Wilson (1747-1828) served in the expedition against Dunmore, was active in the warfare against the Indians. In 1781 was commissioned colonel. He was born in Shenandoah County; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 111140. William Martin (1763-1851) enlisted, 1799, serving as assistant commissary of issues under Captain McKnight. He also served under several other commands, receiving a pension for two years actual service. He was born in Newark, N. J.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 91263. Hezekiah Davisson was ensign and quartermaster in Capt. George Jackson's company, 1781, which was raised to join General Clark in his expedition against the British and Indians west of the Ohio River. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa.; died in Clarksburg, Va. Also No. 91263. Benjamin Shinn took the oath of allegiance of Monongalia County, Va., in 1779. He was born in Burlington County, N. J.; died, 1791, in Harrison County, Va. Isaac Shinn (1760-1844) enlisted, 1788, and served until 1781 as scout and spy in Virginia troops. He received a pension in Harrison County, Va., where he died. He was born in Burlington County, N. J. Also No. 113796.
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