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1896
 
 
 
 
AINSWORTH, HON. LUCIAN LESTER, West Union,
Great-grandson of Private Nathan Ainsworth. Served in Company commanded by Lieutenant Jonathan Morris, 11th Regiment, Connecticut Militia, at New York, 1776. Died a prisoner on board a British Man-of-War in 1776 or 1777.
 
1894




ALLEN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Clinton,
Great-grandson of Captain John Allen, Captain in Colonel John Waldron's Regiment, Brigadier-General Sullivan's Brigade, New Hampshire Militia,
1776.
 
1895




ARMSTRONG, CHARLES EMERSON, Clinton,
Grandson of Private Jeremiah Armstrong, in Captain Thomas Wheeler's Company, Colonel Chapman's Regiment Connecticut Militia, 1778, and in Colonel Canfield's Regiment Connecticut Militia, 1781.
 
1894



BACON, GEORGE, Clinton,
Great-grandson of Private Richard Bacon, Connecticut State Troops, 1776, 1777, 1781. Taken prisoner in 1777; afterwards rejoined his regiment.
 
1896



BADGEROW, EGBERT MARTIN, Sioux City,
Great-great-grandson of Private Barrick Thayer, Private Massachusetts Troops. Served under Captain Amos Ellis and Colonel Dean.
1890










BALLORD, ESEK STEERE, Davenport,
Great-grandson of Private Zaccheus Ballord (1731- 1800), in Captain Jeremiah Kingsley's Company, Colonel Jonathan Holman's Regiment from Providence Rhode Island; afterward thirty-seven months

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in Captain Moore's Company, Colonel Shepherd's
Regiment, 4th Massachusetts Continental Foot; also a Soldier in the last French and Indian War.
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1892





BALLORD, JOHN GILMAN, Davenport,
Great-great-grandson of Private Zaccheus Ballord
(1731-1800), in Captain Jeremiah Kingsley's Company, Colonel Jonathan Holman's Regiment from Providence, Rhode Island; afterward thirty-seven months in Captain Moore's Company, Colonel Shepherd's Regiment, 4th Massachusetts Continental Foot; also a Soldier in the last French and Indian War.
 
1892

BARHYDT, THEODORE WELLS, Burlington,
Grandson of Private Jerome Barhydt, New York Line.
 
1890



*BARKER, OSCAR AUGUSTUS, (Died January 28, 1897.)
Son of Colonel Samuel Augustus Barker, Colonel of 1st Connecticut Regiment in Wade's Brigade, and detached as Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Marquis De La Fayette.
 
1895





BINDER, HARRY WOOD, Council Bluffs
Great-great-grandson of Lieutenant Jacob Binder of Pennsylvania, Private in Captain Campbell's Company Associators, City Guard, 1776. First Lieutenant 4th Company, 3rd Battalion Associators, under Colonel Morgan. First Lieutenant 5th Company and Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin G. Eyre commanding.
 
1894


BINGHAM, WILLIAM PUTNAM Davenport,
Great-grandson of Private John Balch, Private in Captain Benjamin Throop's Company, First Regiment Connecticut Line, 1777-1780.
 
1896


BIRCHARD, WILLIAM JAMES, Davenport,
Great-grandson of Private John Blach, Private in Captain Benjamin Throop's Company, First Regiment Connecticut Line, 1777-1780.
 
 
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Also, great-grandson of Private Jesse Birchard, Private in Captain Comstock's Company, Lieutenant-Colonel John Mead's 9th Connecticut Regiment at New York, 1776; Private in Captain Gilbert's Company, Colonel Mead's Regiment, at Fishkill, October, 1777.
 
1895





BLUNT, ARTHUR WOOD, M.D., Clinton
Great-grandson of Private Thomas Evans. Served in Captain Jonathan Evans' Company, Colonel Johnson's Regiment Massachusetts Troops, 1777, and as Seaman in 1778-'79; in Captain Thomas Mighill's Company, Colonel Wade's Regiment Massachusetts Troops.
 
1896









BOWMAN, JOHN HOWARD, Waverly,
Great-grandson of Lieutenant Robert Smith. In 1776 in charge of construction of a line of cheval de frise across the Delaware River and of land fortifications; afterwards Council-Lieutenant of Chester County, Pennsylvania, in charge of raising, equipping, and provisioning the Military of that County.
Also, great-grandson of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Bull of Pennsylvania; served as an officer in Montgomery's Battalion of the "Flying Camp" in 1776; Lieutenant-Colonel 1st Battalion, Chester County Militia, 1779; 2nd Battalion, 1780-'81 - in active service.
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1896









BOWMAN, WILLIAM ROBERT, Waverly,
Great-grandson of Lieutenant Robert Smith. In 1776 in charge of construction of a line of cheval de frise across the Delaware River and of land fortifications; afterwards Council-Lieutenant of Chester County, Pennsylvania, in charge of raising, equipping, and provisioning the Military of that County.
Also, great-grandson of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Bull of Pennsylvania; served as an officer in Montgomery's Battalion of the "Flying Camp" in 1776; Lieutenant-Colonel 1st Battalion, Chester County
2248








 
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Militia, 1779; 2nd Battalion, 1780-'81 - in active service.
 
1890





BRADY, WILLIAM PERRY, Cedar Rapids,
Great-grandson of Captain John Brady, 12th Pennsylvania Rifles, Continental Army, 1776, Colonel William Cook commanding.
Also, grandson of John Brady, Jr., unenlisted, who, at the age of fifteen, fought by the side of his father in the Battle of Brandywine, at which both fell wounded.
1706




1890




BREADY, JOHN ELY, M.D., Dubuque,
Great-grandson of Private John Ely, Colonel Parson's 6th Connecticut Rifles.
Also, great-grandson of Captain Ezra Lee, in action at the battles of Monmouth, Trenton, and Brandy wine.
 
1895



BRYANT, SETH PRATT, Davenport
Grandson of Private Seth Pratt, of Colonel Bailey's 2d Massachusetts Regiment. He enlisted at the age of seventeen and served during the war.
 
1892




*BUFORD, CLARKE HOWE, (Died July 29, 1893)
Great-grandson of Captain Edward Howe; served in Harry Lee's Light Horse until the close of the war.
Also, great-great-grandson of Surgeon John Julian, Continental Line from Virginia.
 
1897


BUFORD, JAMES MONROE, Rock Island, Ills.,
Grandson of Captain Edward Howe of Virginia. Served in Harry Lee's Light Horse Brigade until the close of the War.
1897



BUSHNELL, GEORGE LAKE WARD, Farley, Great-grandson of Captain David Bushnell of Connecticut, Corps of Sappers and Miners, 1777-1783; appointed Captain-Lieutenant August 2, 1779; Full
 
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Captain June 8, 1781; present at siege of Yorktown; commanded the Corps in 1783. Member of the Cincinnati.
 
1890


BUTTS, JAMES EDWARD PERRY, Geneva, N.Y.,
Great-grandson of Lieutenant Abel Perry, Continental Line, Massachusetts 32nd Regiment, Continental Foot.
 
1895


CADLE, CHARLES FRANCIS, Muscatine,
Great-grandson of Private John Fiske, Private in Captain Simon Edgell's Company Massachusetts Militia, "Lexington Alarm."
 
1893












CADLE, HENRY, Bethany, Mo.,
Great-grandson of Daniel Lamprey, a Private in the Company of Captain Henry Elkins, Colonel Enoch Poor, 2nd Regiment New Hampshire Foot, 1775.
Also, great-grandson of Ezra Johnson, a Private in the Company of CaptainPhilip Putnam, Colonel Nahum Baldwin's Regiment of New Hampshire Troops, raised for the re-enforcement of the Army in New York, 1776; was in the battle of White Plains.
Also, great-grandson of Simon Lane, a Private in the Company of Captain Henry Elkins, Colonel Enoch Poor, 2nd Regiment New Hampshire Foot, 1775.
Also, great-grandson of John Lamprey, member of the Committee of Safety for the town of Hampton, New Hampshire, 1775.
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1895





CADY, MONROE MARSH, Dubuque,
Great-grandson of Corporal Noah Parson, Private in Captain Jonathan Allen's Company, General Pomeroy's Regiment Massachusetts Militia, "Lexington Alarm." Private in Captain Jonathan Allen's Company, colonel John Fellows' Regiment, 1775. Private in Jonathan Stearns' Company, Colonel
 
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Dickinson's Regiment, in 1777, at "Ticonderoga Alarm." Corporal in Captain Oliver Lyman's Company, "East Hoosac Alarm," August, 1777.
1895








CHADBOURNE, Colonel ALEXANDER SCAMMELL, Vinton
Great-grandson of Major-General Benjamin Lincoln, in command of Expedition which cleared Boston Harbor of the British vessels in June, 1776. Early in 1777 he joined Washington at Morristown with a levy of Militia, and soon after was transferred to the Continental Army with rank of Major-General, and served as such during the entire war; participated in siege of Yorktown; was appointed by General Washington to receive the sword of Cornwallis upon his surrender of the British forces.
1896



CLARK, WILLIAM GILMORE, D.D.S., Cedar Rapids,
Great-great-grandson of Private David Abel, Served in Captain Benjamin Mills' Company, Bradley Battalion, Wadsworth's Brigade Connecticut Line, 1776. Served three years.
1891




COOK, IRA. Des Moines,
Grandson of Captain Ebenezer Cook, Corporal in Captain Thomas Williams' company, Colonel Peterson's Regiment Massachusetts Minute-Men, 1775; Lieutenant in Captain Ezra Whittelsey's Company; 3rd Regiment Berkshire County Militia.
1892

CORBYN, Reverend JOSEPH INGOLDSBY, Anamosa,
Grandson of Private William Corbyn, Connecticut Militia.
1894
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CURTIS, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Clinton,
Captain Squire Hill's Company, Colonel Samuel McLellan's Regiment Connecticut Troops, 1778- 1779.
 
1894



CURTIS, HONORABLE GEORGE MARTIN, Clinton
Great-grandson of Corporal Jabez Cheesebrough, in Captain Squire Hill's Company, Colonel Samuel McLellan's Regiment Connecticut Troops, 1778-1779.
1896



DANIEL, JOSEPH ALEXANDER, M.D., Davenport, Great-grandson of Sergeant Daniel Higgins.Served in Virginia in Captain Hardin's Company in 1779 and later on the Western Frontier under General George Rogers Clarke.
1895




DAVIDSON, Major JOSEPH TRIMBLE, Muscatine, Great-grandson of Private John Davidson. Private in Prescott's Regiment Massachusetts Militia, "Lexington Alarm;" also, enlisted in Captain Jacob Hoskins' Company, Colonel John Jacobs' Regiment, for service in Rhode Island.
1892


*DE ARMOND, JAMES MADISON, (Died June 4, 1896.)
Grandson of Private Michael De Armond, Company B, 5th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers; in battle of Long Island.
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1893





DEMING, JUDSON KEITH, Dubuque,
Great-grandson of Captain David Judson, Continental Army. Second Lieutenant, 1777; First Lieutenant, 1778; Captain, 1781. Served throughout the War of the Revolution.
Also, great-grandson of Private Asahel Jerome, in Captain Robert Durkee's Company, Connecticut
1275





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Troops, from Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania; served at Brandywine and Germantown died in the service, 1777.
Also, great-great-grandson of Private John Goodsell, in Captain Thomas Nash's Company, 4th Regiment Connecticut Militia, Lieutenant-Colonel Jonathan Dimon commanding; at Fishkill, 1777; killed at Fairfield, July 7th, 1779.
Also, great-great-grandson of Second Lieutenant Oliver Atherton; Sergeant Lexington Alarm; Second Sergeant, May, 1775; Sergeant, October, 1775; and in 1777; Second Lieutenant 10th Company, 5th Hampshire County Regiment Massachusetts Militia, 1780.
Also, great-great-grandson of Private Ebenezer Drury, in Captain Cushing's Company, Colonel Artemus Ward's Regiment, Lexington Alarm, 1775, and in Captain Nye's Company, Colonel Sparhawk's Regiment, 1778.
1897










DICKMAN, FREDERICK GUSTAVUS, Millville, Arkansas,
Great-great-grandson of Captain Samuel Burbank of Massachusetts. Ensign in Captain John Leland's Company, Colonel Abijah Pierce's Regiment, "Lexington Alarm," April 19, 1775. Commissioned Lieutenant June 12, 1775. Lieutenant in Colonel Ephraim Doolittle's Regiment; was at Battle of Bunker Hill. "The Captain of his Company having left and gone home, the command of the Company devolved on Lieutenant Burbank, who was with his Company during the action." Captain 8th Company, 5th Middlesex County Regiment, Colonel Samuel Bullard, 1777; Captain under Colonel Terry, Rhode Island Campaign, 1778.
1895


DOE, ALONZO PLUMMER, Davenport,
Grandson of Private Moses Bennet, in Captain Nathaniel Warner's Company, Colonel Little's Regiment Massachusetts Troops, 1775.
1897


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DONALDSON, Reverend JOHN BARNETT, D.D., Davenport, Great-grandson of Private John Barnett. Enlisted February 2, 1776, in the 6th Pennsylvania Battalion, Colonel William Irvine. Mustered out March 20, 1777.
1894


DOUGHERTY, Major JAMES GORDON, Muscatine,
great-grandson of Private Joshua Knapp, 4th Westchester County Regiment New York State Troops, 1779.
1894


DOUGHERTY, Lieutenant-Colonel JOHN BELL, Muscatine,
Great-grandson of Private Joshua Knapp, 4th Westchester County Regiment New York State Troops, 1779.
1896


DUNGAN, Honorable WARREN SCOTT, Chariton,
Grandson of Ensign William McFarren, in Colonel George Brinning's Battalion of Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Militia.
1892




DYKE, EUGENE BEAUHARAIS, Charles City,
Great-grandson of Private Samuel Dyke, Jr., in captain John Bart's Company, at Rutland, Vermont, 1779, and in Captain Benjamin Cox's Company of Rangers, Major Eben Allen's Department; also, in captain Peter Page's Company, Lieutenant Eben Walbridge's Regiment, 1781.
Also, great-grandson of Private Stephen Luddington, Captain Brinckerhoff's Company, Colonel Brinckerhoff's 2nd Regiment New York Line.

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1894



EASTMAN, LAUREN CHASE, Clinton,
Great-grandson of Private Consider Chase, 6th Regiment Connecticut Troops, 1775.
Also, great-great-grandson of Captain John Wisner, Captain in Colonel Isaac Nicoll's Regiment Orange
1590



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County, New York Militia, 1776. Company from Florida and Warwick.
Also, great-grandson of Captain John Wisner, Jr., Captain in colonel Isaac Nicoll's Regiment, Orange County, New York Militia, 1776. Company from Purling Brook.
1896











FELTON, ALFORD NICHOLS, La Porte City,
Great-grandson of Private George Weber Fulton, Massachusetts Militia, private in Captain Woodbury's Company, July, 1777; marched to Bennington to re-enforce General Stark. In Captain Oliver's Company, September, 1777; marched to re-enforce the Northern Army at the Reduction of Burgoyne. Private in Captain Stearn's Company, 1780.
Also, great-great-grandson of Captain John Oliver, Massachusetts Militia, in Colonel Nathan Sparhawk's 7th Worcester County Regiment, 1776. Served in the Jerseys under Colonel Sparhawk in 1777; marched in September-October, 1777, to re-enforce Northern Army at the Reduction of Burgoyne. Served in 1778.
1896







GAGE, ELBRIDGE FRANKLIN, Cedar Rapids,
Great-grandson of Captain Ezekiel Gile, New Hampshire Militia; Lieutenant in Captain Drowne's Company, Colonel Wingate's Regiment, 1775. Ensign in Captain Quinby's Company, Colonel Wingate's Regiment, 1776. Captain commanding Company of Volunteers, who marched from Plaistow, N.H., to Saratoga, October 1777. Captain in Colonel Peabody's Regiment for service in Rhode Island, 1778.
1895


GARDINER, GEORGE SCHUYLER, Laurel, Miss.,
Great grandson of Private Cornelius Genung, Morris County, New Jersey Militia, during the War of the Revolution.

1895

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GARDINER, PHILIP STIMSON, Laurel, Miss.
Great-great-grandson of Private Cornelius Genung, Morris County, New Jersey Militia, during the War of the Revolution.
1894


GARDINER, SILAS WRIGHT, North Clinton,
Great-grandson of Private Cornelius Genung, Morris County, New Jersey Militia, during the War of the Revolution.
1894

GILCHRIST, JAMES GRANT, Iowa City,
Great-great-grandson of Payne Kenyon, Connecticut Line.
1895





GOODELL, GEORGE ARTHUR, Cedar Rapids,
Great-great-grandson of Captain Thomas Starr, Connecticut Militia; wounded in Danbury Raid, April 27th, 1777.
Also, great-great-grandson of Lieutenant Ezra Stephens, Lieutenant in 6th company, 5th Regiment Connecticut Troops, Colonel David Waterbury.
1894



GRANT, CHARLES SCHAEFFER, Iowa City,
Grandson of Private Matthew Carey Whitaker, in General Nathaniel Green's Army; wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House, North Carolina.
1890



*GRANT, Honorable JAMES, (Died March 14, 1891.)
grandson of Private Matthew Carey Whitaker, in general Nathaniel Green's Army; wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House, North Carolina.
1896


GREEN, Reverend THOMAS EDWARD, D.D., Cedar Rapids,
Great-grandson of Private Thomas Green. Served as Private three years in Virginia Continental Line.
1894



HAM, CHARLES MARKLE, Dubuque,
Great-great-grandson of Private Samuel Ham, New Hampshire Volunteers, Canadian Expedition, 1776; and Light Horse Volunteers, Rhode Island Campaign, 1778.
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