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John B. Rockwell (1800-1839) of Milford, Pa. [R272 in 1st edition, R274 in 2nd ed.]: Further details on his descendants.

Son Charles F. Rockwell was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution. An online transcript of the Decennial register (1888-1898) for the Pennsylvania SAR gives his name in full: his middle name was "Fox." Most interesting, the service record more closely reflects his grandfather's reported service as given in the pension application of 1832, rather than the family tradition:

ROCKWELL, JABEZ 1761-1847: Private, and Fifer, in the Companies of Capts. Sears, Purdy, Barnum, Geddings, David Pearse, and Frederick Zimmerman, Ninth Regiment, Col. John Mead, and Thirteenth Regiment, Lt.-Col. Samuel Canfield commanding, CT Militia, Dec., 1777-Dec., 1782. This register dates only a few years before the family commemorative book that ascribes to this Jabez Rockwell a 3-year-service that included the Valley Forge encampment and the battles of Monmouth and Germantown. (Thanks to Maureen Moore for bringing this site to my attention.)