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Mrs. Mary Bevier Smith.
DAR ID Number: 28686
Born in Wawarsing, New York.
Wife of Brainard G. Smith.
Descendant of Capt. Conrad Bevier, of New York.
Daughter of Benjamin Rush Bevier and Ellen Bangs, his wife.
Granddaughter of Benjamin Roosa Bevier (1782-1865) and Catherine Edgar
Ten
Eyck, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Conrad Bevier and Elizabeth Roosa, his wife.
Conrad Bevier, (1747-1802), was in active service in Ulster county in
the
Revolution.
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Mrs. Candicie Furgason Trotter.
DAR ID Number: 37284
Born in Ashton, Illinois.
Wife of James G. Trotter.
Descendant of John Rosencrans, of New York.
Daughter of Squire P. Furgason and Huldah Rosencrans, his wife.
Granddaughter of Isaac Rosencrans (1778-1852) and Huldah Agard, his
wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Rosencrans and Marie Roosa, his wife, m. 1777.

John Rosencrans served as a private in Capt. Peter Roosa's company, Col.

John
Johnson's Ulster county regiment 1779. He was born 1744 at Port Jervis,
Orange county, where his son Isaac was born.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Nerella Roosa Ogden.
DAR ID Number: 36186
Born in Mattoon, Illinois.
Wife of Howard Curtiss Ogden.
Descendant of Peter De Haven.
Daughter of Charles A. Roosa and Sarah V. De Haven, his wife.
Granddaughter of Peter De Haven and Elisabeth Lewis Foreman, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William De Haven and Sarah Elisabeth McNelly, his
wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Isaac De Haven and Abigail Phillips, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter de Haven and Elisabeth Night, his
second
wife, m. 1763.
Peter De Haven (1722-1816), conducted the public gun factories and
powder
mills of Pennsylvania. He died in Philadelphia.
Also Nos. 10758, 22655, 24937.
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Mrs. Harriet Carey Roosa.
DAR ID Number: 38633
Born in Coventry, New York.
Descendant of Reuben Carey and of Nathan Bassett, of Massachusetts.
[p.235] Daughter of Frank L. Carey and Adaline Yager, his wife.
Granddaughter of Calvin D. Carey (b. 1814) and Harriet. E., his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Carey, Jr. (b. 1777) and Susannah Bassett,
his
wife, m. 1803.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Reuben Carey and Smith, his wife; Nathan
Bassett
and Mary Bourn, his wife.
Reuben Carey, (1744-1819), was a minute man in Capt. William Goodrich's
company, Col. John Paterson's regiment, at the Lexington Alarm and was
at
the
battles of Bemis Heights and Saratoga. He was born in Salisbury; died in

Lee,
Mass.
Also No. 13988.
Nathan Bassett, (1750-1836), enlisted 1777 and served in the regiment of

foot
under Col. Henry Jackson. He was born in Barnstable; moved 1796 to Lee,
where
he died.
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[p.36] Mrs. Alice Roosa Stephens.
DAR ID Number: 45082
Born in Cameron, N. Y.
Wife of Nathan J. Stephens.
Descendant of Nathan Hallet of New York.
Daughter of Minna F. Roosa and Fannie Hallett, his wife.
Granddaughter, of John Hallett and Amy Taylor, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Hallett and Olive Van Tassel, his wife.
Nathan Hallett (1750-1820) served as a private in Weisenfel's regiment,
New
York Levies. He was born in Orange Co.; died in Canisteo, N. J.
Also No. 43662.
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Miss Minnie M. Millard.
DAR ID Number: 45104
Born in Kingston, N. Y.
Descendant of Col. Cornelius D. Wynkoop of New York.
Daughter of James Millard and Leah M. Roosa, his wife.
Granddaughter of Andrew P. Roosa and Sarah M. Wynkoop, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Derick C. Wynkoop and Elizabeth Sparling, his 1st
wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Cornelius D. Wynkoop and Leah DuBois, his wife,
m.
1762.
Cornelius D. Wynkoop (1734-92) was at Concord and Quebec. He was major
of
the
third regiment and promoted colonel 1776. Served under Clinton in the
Highlands and in the expedition against the six nations. He was born and

died
in Hurley, N. Y., where his powder-horn captured at Concord is in the
possession of his descendants.
Also No. 2451.
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Miss Sarah J. Millard.
DAR ID Number: 45105
Born in Kingston, N. Y.
Descendant of Col. Cornelius D. Wynkoop.
Daughter of James Millard and Leah M. Roosa, his wife.
See No. 45104.
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[p.179] Mrs. Charlotte D. Allison.
DAR ID Number: 55387
Born in Sterling, N. Y.
Wife of George F. Allison.
Descendant of Dan Parker, Ensign John A. De Witt, Sergt. Benjamin
Bevier,
Jr., and Capt. David Cook.
Daughter of Byron De Witt (1826-1905) and Tirzah A. Cook (1830-1904),
his
wife.
Granddaughter of Luke De Witt (1789-1857) and Elizabeth Bevier
(1790-1843),
his wife; David Cook (1804-63) and Samantha M. Parker (1808-47), his
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of John De Witt and Magdalene Bevier (1751-97), his
wife,
m.
1783; Dan Parker and Anna Spring, his wife; Benjamin Bevier and Leah
Roosa
(1763-1844), his wife; Joseph Cook (1776-1813) and Lydia Benson
(1785-1863),
his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of David Cook and Alice Cook (1752-1815), his wife,
m.
1775.
Dan Parker (1762-1839) was placed on the pension roll of New York, 1833,
for
service as private, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Woodbury,
Conn.;
died in Cato, N. Y.
John De Witt (1753-1818) served as ensign in Capt. James McBride's
company
of
Ulster County militia, 1778. He was born and died in Ulster County.
Also No. 22188.
Benjamin Bevier (1762-1822) served as private and sergeant in Col. John
Cantine's 3rd Ulster County regiment of militia. He was born and died in

Ulster County.
David Cook (1731-1823) was lieutenant in Colonel Knox's regiment of
Continental artillery, 1776-77, and 1778 rose to the rank of captain,
serving
to the end of the war. He was born in Tiverton, R. I.; died in
Cumberland
County, N. Y.
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Mrs. Martha Houghtaling Ingalls.
DAR ID Number: 74401
Born in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Wife of F. Abbott Ingalls.
Descendant of Johannes (John) Hoogteyling (or Houghtaling), of New York.

Daughter of David Harrison Houghtaling (b. 1894) and Laura M. McAlister
(1834-1902), his wife, m. 1857.
Granddaughter of Henricus Houghtaling (b. 1790) and Ann Van Bramer, his
wife,
m. 1814.
Gr-granddaughter of Johannes Hoogteyling and Anna Margaritta Roosa (b.
1757),
his wife, m. 1777.
Johannes Hoogteyling (1753-93) signed the Association Test and
volunteered
as
a soldier in Capt. Tobias Van Buren's company, Ulster County troops. He
was
born and died in Kingston.
Also No. 24859.
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Mrs. Jeanette Roosa Davis.
DAR ID Number: 79284
Born in Portland, N. Y.
Wife of Loyal Lensey Davis.
Descendant of Benjamin Eaton, Jr., of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Theron Anderson Roosa (b. 1850) and Narrie Jane Eaton
(1857-90),
his 1st wife, m. 1875.
Granddaughter of Alfred Eaton (1815-90) and Hannah Cheney Clark (d.
1902),
his wife, m. 1845.
Gr-granddaughter of David Eaton (b. 1782) and Mercy Graves Fay (d.
1862),
his
2nd wife, m. 1811.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Benjamin Eaton, Jr., and Mary Stacy, his wife, m.

1775.
Benjamin Eaton (1754-1800) responded to the Lexington Alarm as a private

under Capt. Thomas Drury. He was born and died in Framingham.
Also No. 43794.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Shaw Jett.
DAR ID Number: 86057
Born in Rockport, Ill.
Descendant of Joshua Shaw, as follows:
1. Charles Richard Shaw (1853-1909) m., 1876, Clara Adelia Roosa (b.
1853).
2. Henry Bush Shaw (1812-86) m., 1838, Elizabeth Collins (1815-1901).
3. Walter Shaw (1780-1862) m., 1808, Mary Cadwell (1789-1868).
4. John Shaw (1755-1842) m. Hannah Bush (1756-1846).
5. Joshua Shaw m. Lucy (1732-87).
Joshua Shaw (1728-93) served as private in Capt. Reuben Munn's company
on
the
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hampden County; died in Monson, Mass.
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[p.89] Mrs. Irene De Haven Roosa Knox.
DAR ID Number: 88273
Born in Jacksonville, Ill.
Descendant of Peter De Haven, as follows:
1. Frank M. Roosa (b. 1858) m. 1889 Lillian M. Roosa (b. 1866).
2. Charles A. Roosa (b. 1838) m. 1854 Sarah De Haven (b. 1840).
3. Peter De Haven (d. 1881) m. Elisabeth De Haven.
4. William De Haven m. Elisabeth McNelly (parents of Peter).
5. Isaac De Haven m. Abigald Phillips.
6. Peter De Haven m. Elisabeth McKnight m. 2nd 1763.
Peter De Haven (1722-1816) conducted the public gun factories and powder

mills of Pennsylvania. He was born and died in Philadelphia.
Also No. 24934.
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[p.121] Mrs. Etta Shaw Capps.
DAR ID Number: 88374
Born in Rockport, Ill.
Wife of James Harl Capps.
Descendant of Joshua Shaw, as follows:
1. Charles Richard Shaw (1853-1909) m. 1876 Clara Adelia Roosa (b.
1853).
2. Henry Bush Shaw (1812-86) m. 1838 Elizabeth Collins (1815-1901).
3. Walter Shaw (1780-1862) m. Marcy Cadwell (1789-1868).
4. John Shaw (1756-1842) m. Hannah Bush (1756-1846).
5. Joshua Shaw m. Lucy (1732-87).
Joshua Shaw (1728-93) served as private in Capt. Reuben Munn's company
on
the
Lexington Alarm. He was born in Hampden County; died in Monson, Mass.
Also No. 86057.
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Mrs. Clara Roosa Shaw.
DAR ID Number: 89283
Born in Atlas, Ill.
Wife of Charles Richard Shaw.
Descendant of James Adams, as follows:
1. Herman M. Roosa (1831-89) m. 1850 Edna Adams (1833-1906).
2. Israel Allen Adams (1803-83) m. 1824 Harriett Greene (1802-84).
3. James Adams m. Edna Allen.
[p.90] James Adams (1759-1843) enlisted, 1778, in Capt. William Latham's

company, Col. William Ledyard's Connecticut regiment. He was born in
Groton,
Conn.; died in Stephentown, N. Y.
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Mrs. Carrie M. Lennon Angle.
DAR ID Number: 96409
Born in Saugerties, N. Y.
Wife of Edward F. Angle.
Descendant of John Houghtaling as follows:
1. William J. Lennon (1824-1902) m. 1866 Louisa Teetsel (b. 1842).
2. Jacob R. Teetsel (1814-87) m. 1837 Anna Margaret Myer (d. 1882).
3. David Myer m. Elizabeth Blackwell.
4. Tobias Blackwell m. Rachel Houghtaling.
5. John Houghtaling m. Anna Margaret Roosa.
John Houghtaling (1753-93) signed the Association Test and volunteered
as a
soldier in Capt. Tobias Van Buren's company of Ulster County troops. He
was
born and died in Kingston, N. Y.
Also No. 60000.
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Mrs. Mildred Roosa Showalter.
DAR ID Number: 101198
Born in Jacksonville, Ill.
Wife of Loren E. Showalter.
Descendant of Peter De Haven, as follows:
1. Edward Roosa m. 1892 Fannie Roosa (b. 1868).
2. Charles A. Roosa (b. 1838) m. Sarah De Haven (b. 1840).
3. Peter De Haven (d. 1881) m. Elizabeth De Haven.
4. William De Haven m. Elizabeth McNelly (parents of Peter).
5. Isaac De Haven m. Abigail Phillips.
6. Peter De Haven m. Elizabeth Night.
Peter De Haven (1722-1816) conducted the public gun factories and powder

mills of Pennsylvania. He was born in France; died in Montgomery County,
Pa.
Also No. 88273.
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Mrs. Nellie Conklin Green.
DAR ID Number: 105028
Born in Kingston, N. Y.
Wife of William Smith Green.
Descendant of Egbert Roosa, as follows:
[p.10] 1. William Hasbrouck Conklin (1827-90) m. 1858 Rachel Catherine
Hendricks (1830-69).
2. Philip Hendricks (1791-1876) m. 1815 Elsie Elmendorf (1795-1860).
3. Martin Elmendorf (b. 1769) m. 1792 Rachel Roosa (b. 1769).
4. Egbert Roosa m. 2nd 1765 Elsie de la Mater (1731-95).
Egbert Roosa (1736-1829) served as private in Col. Levi Pawling's
regiment,
Ulster County, New York militia. He was born and died in Hurley, N. Y.
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Mrs. Roosa Delong Irish.
DAR ID Number: 109850
Born in Glens Falls, N. Y.
Wife of Edward F. Irish.
Descendant of Jesse Barker, as follows:
1. Theodore I. DeLong (1839-1908) m. 1869 Carrie A. Roosa (1846-1904).
2. Zopher I. Delong (1815-1901) m. 1838 Catherine Scott (1819-91).
3. Simeon Scott (1790-1850) m. 1819 Lydia Barker (1795-1846).
4. Jesse Barker m. Prudence Paine (1755-1848).
Jesse Barker (1761-1804) enlisted, 1777, from Brimfield, and served
several
enlistments until 1781. In 1778, he was in Capt. Isaac Warren's 6th
company,
Col. John Bailey's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Cambridge,
Mass.;
died in Edinburgh, N. Y.
Also No. 75636.
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Miss Ethel Brookes Rosa.
DAR ID Number: 125537
Born in Georgetown County, S. C.
Descendant of Petrus Roosa, as follows:
1. Joseph T. Rosa (b. 1853) m. 1894 Grace Ellen Hurcombe (1877-1908).
2. David D. Rosa (1814-85) m. 1851 Harriet Tooker (1822-1908).
3. Peter P. Rosa (1767-1823) m. 1790 Rachel de la Meter (1772-1864).
4. Petrus Roosa m. Rachel Crispel.
Petrus Roosa (1731-1820) a patriot who signed the Articles of
Association.
He
was born and died in Hurley, N. Y.
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Miss Mary De Witt.
DAR ID Number: 127957
Born in New Almaden, Calif.
Descendant of Col. Abraham Wemple, as follows:
1. James Montanya de Witt (1846-1905) m. 1884 Effie Kelsey (b. 1862).
2. Cornelius de Witt (1816-86) m. 1845 Janette de la Montagnie
(1824-60).
3. Andries de Witt (1782-1858) m. 1805 Maria Roosa (1787-1871).
4. John de Witt (1758-1836) m. 1781 Rachel Wemple (1761-1807).
5. Abraham Wemple m. 1758 Antje Vandenbergh.
Abraham Wemple (1728-99) served as colonel of the Schenectady regiment
of
Albany County militia. He was born in Schenectady; died near Albany, N.
Y.

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Mrs. Jane Dugan Zange.
DAR ID Number: 163630
Born in Kokomo, Ind.
Wife of Max Zange.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Thomas Paxton, as follows:
1. James N. Dugan (b. 1869) m. 1891 Etta F. Groves (b. 1874).
2. Thomas F. Groves (b. 1850) m. 1873 Amanda Apgar (1850-96).
3. George W. Apgar (1818-1908) m. 1841 Harriet Hutchinson (1823-94).
4. Joseph Hutchinson (1795-1841) m. 1815 Elizabeth Roosa (1798-1879).
5. Silas Hutchinson (1772-1858) m. 1794 Margery Paxton (1774-1838).
6. Thomas Paxton m. 1765 Isabella Quaite (d. 1780).
Thomas Paxton (1739-1813) commanded a company of rangers, 1776, and,
1777,
served as lieutenant-colonel of Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Associators. He
was born in York County, Pa.; died in Clermont County, Ohio.
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Miss Anna Grace Alden.
DAR ID Number: 59156
Born in Washington, D. C.
Descendant of Lieut. Silas Alden, Levi Demmon, and Lieut. Gotlop Martin.

Daughter of Lucius Demmon Alden (b. 1845) and Levietta Serena Russell,
his
wife.
Granddaughter of George Wright Alden (b. 1812) and Harriet Eliza Demmon
(b.
1811), his wife; Levi Sheftall Russell and Anna Serena Martin (b. 1817),
his
wife.
Gr-granddaughter of George Alden (b. 1782) and Hannah Wright, his wife;
Levi
Demmon, Jr. (b. 1779), and Altheda Paine, his wife; John I. Martin (b.
1792)
and Margaret Roos, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Silas Alden and Margaret Capron, his wife; Levi
Demmon
and Dorcas Demmon, his wife; John Gotlop Martin (b. 1771) and Isabella
Fulton, his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Gotlop Martin and Ann Catharine Shoemaker, his

wife.
Silas Alden (1736-1826) served as ensign at the Lexington Alarm and as
lieutenant at the taking of Dorchester Heights. He was born and died in
Needham, Mass.
Also No. 30008.
Levi Demmon (1749-97) served as a private in the Vermont militia,
1780-81.
He
was born and died in Hartford, Vt.
Also No. 31138.
Gotlop Martin enlisted, 1775, as lieutenant in Capt. David Van Ness
company,
Col. Petrus Ten Broeck's 1st regiment, Dutchess County, New York
militia. He
was born in Germany; died, 1823, in Dutchess County.
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Mrs. Carie Knode Roos.
DAR ID Number: 62347
Born in New Haven, Ind.
Wife of Carl Louis Roos.
Descendant of Peleg Green.
Daughter of Robert S. Knode and Lucy Burgess Green, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elisha Green and Viola Burgess, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Walter Green and Lovina Colvin, his 2nd wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peleg Green and Lucy Green, his wife.
Peleg Green (1747-1835) was placed on the pension roll of Vermont, 1832,
for
fourteen months' actual service as private, Rhode Island Line. He was
born
in
North Kingston, R. I.; died in Clarendon County, Vt.
Also No. 33874.
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Miss Eva L. Beer.
DAR ID Number: 102288
Born in Fulton County, Ill.
Descendant of Ensign Robert Beer, Jonas Cline and Mayhew Adams, as
follows:
1. William Jefferson Beer (b. 1838) m. 1860 Margaret Athearn
(1841-1912).
2. Thomas Beer (1813-40) m. 1836 Mary Gunnett (1813-95); William Athearn
(b.
1792) m. 1823 Sarah Allen (b. 1800).
3. William Beer (1785-1870) m. 1811 Rachel Cline (1795-1881); Samuel
Athearn
(b. 1761) m. 1791 Susanna Adams (b. 1765).
4. Robert Beer m. 1776 Nancy Quinn; Mayhew Adams m. 1750 Rebeka Mayhew
(1730-1818); Jonas Cline m. 1787 Catherine Roos (b. 1766).
Robert Beer (1750-1842) received a pension for service as ensign, Capt.
Patrick Campbell's company, Pennsylvania Line. He was born in Darrie
County,
Ireland; died in Fulton County, Ill.
Mayhew Adams (1729-1823) was major in Col. Berib Norton's regiment,
1776. He
was born in Chilmark; died in Marthas Vineyard, Mass.
Also No. 89130.
Jonas Cline (1760-1840) served, 1780-82, as private in the New York
Line. He
received a pension in Richland County, Ohio, and in Fulton County, Ill.,

where he died. He was born in Ulster County, N. Y.
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Mrs. Louise Nerbovig Roos.
DAR ID Number: 148299
Born in St. Charles, Minn.
Wife of Herbert L. Roos.
Descendant of James Westbrook, as follows:
1. C. H. Nerbovig (b. 1867) m. 1891 Anna M. Thurber (b. 1869).
See No. 148298.
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Mrs. Laura Tobias Roos.
DAR ID Number: 162634
Born in Dayton, Ohio.
Wife of Otto Roos.
Descendant of Corp. Peter Blaser, as follows:
1. George D. Tobias (b. 1850) m. 1875 Mary J. Smith (b. 1855).
2. John Smith (1806-87) m. 1843 Margaret Stoneberger (1808-97).
3. Peter Stoneberger (1790-1850) m. 1808 Elizabeth Bloeser (1790-1862).
4. Peter Blaser (Bloeser) m. Elizabeth .
Peter Blaser (1746-1839) served as corporal in Capt. Isaac Adam's
company,
Col. Peter Grub's battalion of Associators, Lancaster County, Pa. He was

born
in Germany; died in Cumberland County, Pa.
Also No. 114468.

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