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Daughters of the American Revolution Part 2

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 59 Mrs. Madge Piatt Haynes. DAR ID Number: 58420 Born in Helena, Mont. Wife of Hiram A. Haynes. Descendant of Capt. William Piatt, of New Jersey. Daughter of George Henry Piatt and Sarah Jane Sendell, his wife. Granddaughter of John Bear Piatt and Emily Scott, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of James Piatt and Rachel Bear, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Piatt and Sarah Shotwell, his wife. William Piatt (1745-91) served throughout the war in the New Jersey Line and rose from private to captain. He lost his life at St. Clair's defeat, when his force was surprised by the Indians and nearly all the officers were killed. Also No. 43092.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 61 Mrs. Alma Fellows Piatt. DAR ID Number: 60945 Born in Green County, Ind. Wife of Robert Marion Piatt. Descendant of Samuel Fellows. Daughter of Henry Fellows and Mary Ann Case, his wife. Granddaughter of Levi Fellows and Betsy Dee, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Willis Fellows (b. 1758) and Sarah Hart (b. 1761), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Fellows and Eunice Heald, his wife. Samuel Fellows (1712-81) was a delegate to the 3rd Provincial Congress, Watertown, Mass., 1775. He was born in Kingston, N. H.; died in Shelburne, Mass.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 63 page 22 Mrs. Sallie Piatt Shepherd. DAR ID Number: 62061 Born in Fountain County, Ind. Wife of William H. Shepherd. Descendant of Major Daniel Piatt. [p.22] Daughter of William Piatt (1811-1900) and Mary Louise Hoblitzell, his 2nd wife. Granddaughter of Robert Piatt (1759-1857) and Nancy Jones, his 1st wife. Gr-granddaughter of Daniel Piatt and Catherine Sherrad, his wife. Daniel Piatt (1745-80) in 1776 commanded the 7th company, 1st battalion, New Jersey Line, and, 1778, promoted major, serving in the 1st regiment. Died in camp near Morristown, N.J.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 64 Mrs. Lulu Hallam Parker. DAR ID Number: 63614 Born in Cairo, W. Va. Wife of John Watts Parker, M. D. Descendant of John Piatt. Daughter of Isaac Simmons Hallam and Frances McGregor, his wife. Granddaughter of David McGregor and Catherine McKinney, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of William McKinney and Frances Piatt, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Piatt and Jane Williamson, his wife. John Piatt (1739-1820) served as a minute man in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He removed to Somerset County, Pa., where he died. Also No. 37265.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 66 Mrs. Mary Grandin High. DAR ID Number: 65360 Born in Kenton County, Ky. Wife of E. Nelson High. Descendant of Capt. Jacob Piatt, of New Jersey. Daughter of Thomas C. Coe and Mary Arabella Orr, his wife. Granddaughter of Thomas J. Orr and Mary Eliza Grandin, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Philip Grandin and Hannah Cook Piatt, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Piatt and Hannah McCullough, his wife. Jacob Piatt (1747-1834) was ensign in the first regiment in the expedition to Quebec, 1775, and, 1776, served under his brother Daniel. He was at the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, Short Hills, and was wounded at Monmouth. He was an original member of the Cincinnati, with rank of captain. He died in Kentucky. Also No. 13662.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 Mrs. Fanny M. Clark Potter. DAR ID Number: 66745 Born in La Porte, Ind. Wife of Philip Potter. Descendant of Dr. John Andrew, and of Capt. Abraham Piatt. Daughter of Alias Hicks Clark (1829-1906) and Phebe Ann Andrew (b. 1835), his wife, m. 1854. Granddaughter of Jacob Piatt Andrew (1803-86) and Eliza Jane Pottenger (1815-41), his wife, m. 1834. Gr-granddaughter of James Andrew (1774-1851) and Catherine Piatt (1774-1828), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Andrew and Rachel Chamberlain, his wife; Abraham Piatt and Annabella Andrew (d. 1822), his wife. John Andrew (1746-1814) at the beginning of the war served as surgeon's mate, and in 1776 was commissioned surgeon of militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Hamilton County, Ohio. Abraham Piatt (1741-91) commanded a company in Col. John Neilson's Middlesex County, New Jersey, militia, 1777, and, 1778, in the 5th battalion, Northumberland County militia. He was born in New Jersey; died in Watsontown, Ohio. Also No. 46581.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67 page 303 Mrs. Anna Irwin Baldwin. DAR ID Number: 66826 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Wife of Francis G. Baldwin. Descendant of Capt. Jacob Piatt. [p.303] Daughter of William Taylor Irwin (b. 1861) and Mary Louise Orr (b. 1865), his wife, m. 1886. Granddaughter of George Burnet Orr (b. 1841) and Anna Ogden Spencer (b. 1841), his wife, m. 1864. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson Orr (1810-73) and Mary Eliza Grandin (b. 1820), his wife, m. 1837. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Philip Grandin and Hannah Cook Piatt, his wife. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Piatt and Hannah McCollough. Jacob Piatt (1747-1834) served as captain in first regiment raised in New Jersey and took part in expedition against Quebec. He was born in New Jersey; died in Boone County, KY. Also No. 65360.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 72 Mrs. Henrietta Vandergrift McKay. DAR ID Number: 71945 Born in Pittsburgh, Pa. Wife of Douglas Irvine McKay. Descendant of Hon. John Hart, and of Capt. Jacob Piatt. Daughter of Benjamin Wallace Vandergrift (1857-90) and Mary Piatt Parry (b. 1862), his wife, m. 1881. Granddaughter of Jacob Vandergrift (1827-99) and Henrietta V. Morrow (d. 1882), his wife; Reese Harrison Parry (1813-88) and Mary Frances Piatt (1827-65), his wife, m. 1853. Gr-granddaughter of William K. Vandergrift (1805-77) and Sophia Tarver (1804-99), his wife, m. 1825; Abram Sedan Piatt (1801-76) and <>Mary Pope McCoy (1804-86), his wife, m. 1822. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob Vandergrift (b. 1766) and Mary Hart (d. 1840), his wife, m. 1791; Jacob Piatt and Hannah McCullough (1760-1818), his wife, m. 1779. Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hart, Jr. (b. 1748), and Catherine Knowles (b. 1749), his wife. Gr-gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Hart and Deborah Scudder (1721-76), his wife. John Hart (1711-79) was a member of the first Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was born and died in Hopewell, N. J. Also Nos. 14748, 38140, 40637, 50221. Jacob Piatt (1747-1834) served as captain in the first regiment raised in New Jersey, and took part in the expedition against Quebec. He was born in New Jersey; died in Boone County, KY. Also Nos. 65360, 66826.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 74 Mrs. Irene H. Martin Piatt. DAR ID Number: 73066 Born in LaFayette, Ohio. Wife of Reuben Steckley Piatt. Descendant of Lieut. Samuel Baskerville. Daughter of John F. Martin and Lavonia Sidener, his wife. Granddaughter of Marquis B. Sidener and Nancy Baskerville, his 2nd wife. Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Baskerville and Statira Baskerville, his wife. Sa****uel Baskerville (1754-1830) was commissioned ensign, 1776, 2nd lieutenant, 1778, in Capt. John Mountjoy's company, and 1st lieutenant, 1778, Capt. Hughes Woodson's company; served as quartermaster of a regiment, 1779. He was taken prisoner, 1780, exchanged, 1781, and retired, 1783. He was born in Virginia; died in Madison County, Ohio.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 77 page 123 Mrs. Helen Piatt Jackson. DAR ID Number: 76326 Born in Towanda, Pa. Wife of Edward Northmore Jackson. Descendant of Corp. Jacobus (James) Personius, of New York. [p.123] Daughter of James Myer Piatt (1845-98) and Julia Personius (b. 1854), his wife, m. 1872. Granddaughter of William Personius (1811-87) and Almira Vorhis (1817-97), his wife, m. 1834. Gr-granddaughter of Isiah Personius and Helena Sloughter, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacobus (James) Personius and Rachel Kisor, his wife. Jacobus (James) Personius (1749-1820) received a pension on claim filed, 1819, Tioga County, N. Y., for service as corporal, 1777-80, in Capt. Philip D. Bevier's company, under Cols. Lewis Dubois and Philip Van Courtland. He was born in Ulster County; died in Caroline.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution page 4 Mrs. Hester Bronson Copper. DAR ID Number: 82009 Born in Hiawatha, Kans. Wife of George Franklin Copper. Descendant of Stephen Currey. Daughter of Thomas Currey Bronson (1846-1905) and Caroline Piatt (b. 1850), his wife, m. 1871. Granddaughter of Rev. Eli Bronson (1802-57) and Hester Ann Curry (1812-67), his wife, m. 1836. Gr-granddaughter of Thomas Currey (1773-1862) and Rebecca Ward (1776-1864), his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Currey and Frances Moore (1750-1824), his wife, m. 1768. [p.4] Stephen Currey (1742-1830) was a private in Capt. Eleazer Boyd's company of New York militia, Colonel Drake's regiment. He was born and died in Westchester County, N. Y. Also No. 74319.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83 Mrs. Eleanor Rinn Danforth. DAR ID Number: 82186 Born in Covington, Ind. Descendant of Capt. Abraham Piatt and of Jacob Coleman. Daughter of Thomas M. Rinn (b. 1843) and Ruth McDonald (1852-1910), his wife, m. 1875. Granddaughter of Ezekiel M. McDonald (1822-90) and Anne E. Coleman (1828-96), his wife, m. 1848. Gr-granddaughter of John McDonald (b. 1775) and Eleanor Piatt (1786-1865), his wife, m. 1821; Samuel Coleman (1793-1862) and Mary Winter Brooks (b. 1800), his 1st wife, m. 1824. Gr-gr-granddaughter of Abraham Piatt and Anabelle Andrew (d. 1825), his wife; Jacob Coleman and Sarah McCullock (b. 1765), his wife. Abraham Piatt (1741-91) was captain, 1777, of the 2nd regiment, Middlesex County, New Jersey militia, Col. John Neilson's regiment. He was born in New Jersey; died in Watsontown, Ohio. Also No. 46581. Jacob Coleman (1748-1828) was lieutenant in 9th regiment, Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Indiana.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86 Mrs. Grace Whitson Long. DAR ID Number: 85967 Born in Clinton, Iowa. Wife of Walter Mears Long. Descendant of Brig.-Gen. Mathias Williamson, and of John Piatt, as follows: 1. John Thomas Whitson (1845-1904), m. 1872, Ida Cordelia Dietz (b. 1854). 2. James Whitson (b. 1813), m. Catherine Piatt (1818-86). 3. John Piatt (1793-1828), m. Mary Foresman (1793-1853). 4. John Piatt (1768-1823), m. Elizabeth Kline (1773-1834). 5. John Piatt, m. 1763, Jane Williamson. 6. Mathias Williamson, m. Susannah Halstead. Mathias Williamson (1716-1807) was colonel of Essex County Light Horse, 1775, and commanded a brigade, 1777. He served as quartermaster general and his son Matthias was his assistant. He was born in Elizabethtown; died in Elizabeth, N. J. John Piatt (1740-1819) served as minute man in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He removed to Somerset County, Pa., where he died. Also No. 37265.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 88 page 206 Mrs. Birdie J. Bynnes Kegel. DAR ID Number: 87676 Born in Walcott, Iowa. Wife of Dr. Ernest I. Kegel. Descendant of Brig.-Gen. Matthias Williamson, and of John Piatt, as follows: 1. Dr. Thomas Bynnes (1842-91) m., 1862, Jennie Allen (b. 1844). 2. Isaac Allen m. Jane Piatt (b. 1801). 3. John Piatt, Jr. (1768-1823) m., 1791, Elizabeth Cline (1773-1834). 4. John Piatt m. Jane Williamson. 5. Matthias Williamson m. Susannah Halstead. Matthias Williamson (1716-1807) was colonel of Essex County Light Horse, 1775, and commanded a brigade, 1777. He served as quartermaster general and his son Matthias was his assistant. He was born in Elizabethtown; died in Elizabeth, N. J. John Piatt (1740-1819) served as minute man in the Middlesex County, New Jersey militia. He removed to Somerset County, Pa., where he died. Also Nos. 37265, 85967.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 page 74 Mrs. Lucille Allen Keene. DAR ID Number: 103229 Born in Georgetown, KY. Wife of R. W. Keene. [p.74] Descendant of Rev. Joseph Craig, Toliver Craig, Mary Hawkins Craig, and Maj. Daniel Piatt, as follows: 1. Thomas Henry Allen (b. 1845) m. 1st 1868 Lizzie Hamilton (b. 1851). 2. Buford Early Allen (1801-61) m. 1822 Eleanor Burnly Graves (1804-73); Milton Hamilton (1819-1903) m. 1850 Nancy Piatt (1829-56). 3. Joseph Allen (1766-1825) m. 1789 Sarah Wisdom Craig (1766-1818); Daniel Piatt (1801-87) m. 1828 Elizabeth Cain (b. 1809). 4. Joseph Craig m. 1766 Sarah Wisdom (b. 1746); Robert Piatt (b. 1769) m. 1st Nancy Jones (1780-1839). 5. Toliver Craig m. 1730 Mary (Polly) Hawkins (1715-1804); Daniel Piatt m. 1765 Katherine Sherrard (b. 1746). Joseph Craig (1741-1819), a minister, suffered reproach and imprisonment for his patriotic resistance to laws restraining liberty of conscience. He was born in Orange County, Va.; died in Fayette County, Ky. Also No. 94931. Tolliver Craig was a defender of Bryant Station, Ky. His wife was one of twenty women who carried water from the spring to the besieged fort. The Indians were in ambush and the courage of the women made the defense possible. He was born before 1720, in Virginia; died in 1795. Also No. 97488. Daniel Piatt (1745-80) commanded the 7th company, 1st battalion, New Jersey Line, and, 1778, promoted major, serving in 1st regiment. He died in camp near Morristown, N. J. Also No. 62061.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 Miss Alice Louise Grandin. DAR ID Number: 111007 Born in Westfield, N. Y. Descendant of Capt. Jacob Piatt and of Dr. John Forman Grandin, as follows: 1. Samuel Sherwood Grandin (b. 1846) m. 1892 Alice Bates (b. 1861). 2. John Piatt Grandin (1824-76) m. 1847 Mary Henry Reading (1824-1914). 3. Philip Grandin (1794-1858) m. 1816 Hannah Cook 1797-1884). 4. John Forman Grandin m. Mary Newell; Jacob Piatt m. 1779 Hannah Cook McCullough (1760-1818). Jacob Piatt (1747-1834) served as captain in the first regmient raised in New Jersey and took part in the expedition against Quebec. He was born in New Jersey; died in Kentucky. Also No. 66827. John Forman Grandin (1760-1811) served as surgeon in the Navy. He was born in Hunterdon County, N. J.; died in New Jersey.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 page 166 Mrs. Adeline Harrison Piatt. DAR ID Number: 113499 Born in Calloway County, Mo. Wife of Scott E. Piatt. Descendant of Capt. John Harrison, Zacheriah Jones, Col. Hugh Crockett, James Renick, and Sherwood Maddux, as follows: 1. Thomas Harrison (1817-1901) m. 1852 Catherine Maddux (1836-93). 2. John Harrison (1791-1874) m. 1816 Mary Crockett (1791-1873); Sherwood Maddux, Jr. (1788-1841), m. 1820 Margaret America Jones (1798-1872). 3. Thomas Harrison (1766-1840) m. 1786 Margaret Billups (d. 1804); Zacheriah Jones m. 1796 Mary Renick; Hugh Crockett m. Rebecca Lorton (b. 1749); Sherwood Maddux m. 1781 Elizabeth Ferguson. See No. 113240. 4. John Harrison m. Mary Malone; James Renick m. Mary . John Harrison (1730-89) served as captain in the South Carolina troops. He was born in Yorkshire, England; died in Pickens, S. C. Also No. 99503. Hugh Crockett (1735-1818) was appointed colonel of Virginia militia, [p.166] 1780, by Gov. Thomas Jefferson. He was born in Augusta County; died in Montgomery County, Va. Also No. 108270. James Renick (1748-1807) served three years as soldier in the Virginia troops. He was born in Frederick County, Va.; died in Woodford County, Ky. Sherwood Maddux (1761-1839) applied for a pension in Owen County, Ky., for service as private, Virginia troops. He was born in Goochland County, Va.; died in Owen County, Ky.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 114 Mrs. Edith Piatt Hardaker. DAR ID Number: 113801 Born in Louisville, Ky. Wife of Arthur Hardaker. Descendant of Major Daniel Piatt, as follows: 1. William Piatt (1810-94) m. 1851 Mary Letitia Allen (b. 1828). 2. Daniel Piatt, Jr. (1774-1812), m. 1802 Elizabeth DeMonde (1777-1854). 3. Daniel Piatt m. 1765 Catherine Sherrod (1746-1820). Daniel Piatt (1745-80) commanded the 7th company, 1st battalion, New Jersey Line, and, 1778, promoted to major, serving in the 1st regiment. He was born in Somerset County; died in Morristown, N. J. Also No. 103229.

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