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Subject: [HANDLEY-L] DAR Handley Data
Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 16:52:00 EDT


Hi, all:

Ancestry.Com has info from the DAR Lineage Books on-line for free for a few
days.
Here are a few of the 37 references to "Handley". You might want to browse
the info yourself, or for variations of the spelling, at
http://www.ancestry.com/ancestry/search/3174.htm

What might be interesting are the people with "Handley" as a middle or first
name. Perhaps this indicates an Handley ancestor??? Like John HANDLEY
Bushnell (1744-1828) who married, in 1768, Sarah Willard (1751-1824). Could
"Bushnell" be the married name of a sister of John and William HANDLEY?

You can always find a search link to Ancestry.com on the Handley Web Site:
http://members.aol.com/Sftrail/handley/

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 17
page 330
Mrs. Evelina Davis White.
DAR ID Number: 16909
Born in Acton, Massachusetts.
Wife of John White.
Descendant of Capt. Daniel Davis, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Ebenezer Davis and Charlotte HANDLEY, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel Davis and Rebecca White, his wife.
Daniel Davìs, (1749-1816), served as captain of the Fifth company, Third
Middlesex militia regiment, 1780, commanded by Col. Francis Faulkner. He was
born and died in Acton.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 30
page 205
[p.205] Mrs. Ellen L. Marden.
DAR ID Number: 29572
Born in Allentown, New Hampshire.
Wife of John Marden.
Descendant of Elias Barron, of Massachusetts.
Daughter of Rufus Flint and Lucinda Barron, his wife.
Granddaughter of Elias Barron and Lucy HANDLEY, his wife, m. 1790.
Elias Barron, (1756-1822), served as a private, 1775, and 1776, enlisted in
the infantry under Capt. Joseph Hosmer. He was born in Concord, Mass., where
he died.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37
page 352
Mrs. Mary Carroll Craig Bradford.
DAR ID Number: 37991
Born in Brooklyn, New York.
Wife of Edward Taylor Bradford.
Descendant of Caleb Halsted, of New Jersey.
Daughter of James Barnes Craig and Anna Turk Carroll, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Craig and Sarah Joanna Handley, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Oliver HANDLEY and Joanna Smith, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Smith and Sarah Halsted, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Caleb Halsted and Rebecca Ogden (1729-1806), his
wife, m. 1744.
Caleb Halsted, (1721-84), was a patriot and his sons Caleb, William and
Robert served in the army.
Also Nos. 27490, 34264.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 39
page 173
Mrs. Edith Isbell Stoker.
DAR ID Number: 38469
Born in Topeka, Kansas.
Wife of George E. Stocker.
Descendant of Corp. Jared Clark, John HANDLYE Bushnell, John Snow, John
Brown, 2nd, Nathaniel Parmalee and Sergt. Phineas Bushnell.
Daughter of Henry Ludlow Isbell and Melissa Cowan Herr, his wife.
Granddaughter of Harlow Snow Isbell and Anne Bushnell Clark, his wife;
William A. Cowan and Mary Brown, his wife.
[p.173] Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Isbell and Sarah Snow, his wife;
Zachariah Clark and Hannah Bushnell, his wife; James Brown and Jane Brattan,
his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Snow and Hepzibah Hall, his wife; Jared Clark
and Mehitable Dimmock, his wife; John Handley Bushnell and Sarah Willard
(1751-1824), his wife, m. 1768; John Brown, 2nd and Margaret Truesdale, his
wife; Robert Isbell and Lois Parmelee, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of George Willard and Hannah Merrell, his wife;
John Brown and Hannah —, his wife; Phineas Bushnell and Priscilla Clark, his
wife; Nathaniel Parmelee and Rebecca —, his wife.
Jared Clark, (1742-1803), served as corporal in Col. Samuel Holden Parson's
regiment 1775. He was born in Chester; died in Saybrook, Conn.
Also No. 28895.
John HANDLEY Bushnell, (1744-1828), served as private in Capt. Isaac Stevens
company to re-enforce the army at Ticonderoga. He was born and died in
Saybrook.
John Snow, (1733-1808), served as private and was taken prisoner at Fort
Washington 1777.
John Brown, 2d, (1752-1842), took the oath of allegiance in Cumberland
county, Pa., where he was born and died.
Nathaniel Parmelee, (1710-80), marched from Killingworth, Conn., at the first
call for troops.
Phineas Bushnell, (1718-83), responded to the New Haven Alarm. He was born in
Chester; died in Saybrook, Conn.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 63
page 80
Mrs. Kilby Gilkerson Stone.
DAR ID Number: 62241
Born in Warrensburg, Mo.
Wife of Porter Stone.
Descendant of John HANDLEY, of Virginia.
Daughter of Shanklin Gilkerson and Mary Grover, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Gilkerson and Elizabeth HANDLEY, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Archibald HANDLEY and Susan Kinkaid, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John HANDLEY and Mary HANDLEY, his wife.
[p.80] John HANDLEY in 1777 served as private in Capt. Matthew Irvine's
company, Col. William Malcolm's regiment, and, 1778, in Capt. John Sanford's
company, same regiment. He was born in Augusta County; died in Greenbrier
County, Va.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 71
page 1
Mrs. Elmira Grover Gilkeson Litchfield.
DAR ID Number: 70001
Born in Johnson County, Mo.
Wife of Webb Litchfield.
Descendant of John HANDLEY.
Daughter of Shanklin Gilkeson and Mary Grover, his wife.
Granddaughter of William Gilkeson and Elizabeth HANDLEY, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Archibald HANDLEY and Susan Kinkaid, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of John HANDLEY and Mary HANDLEY, his wife.
John HANDLEY (1737-1810), in 1777, served as a private in Capt. Matthew
Irvine's company, Col. William Malcolm's regiment, and, 1778, in Capt. John
Sanford's company, same regiment. He was born in Augusta County; died in
Greenbrier County, Va.
Also No. 62241.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104
page 96
Mrs. Gertrude Marshall Sprigg.
DAR ID Number: 103303
Born in Wanamaker, Mo.
Wife of Charles T. Sprigg.
Descendant of John HANDLEY, as follows:
1. Richard Allen Marshall (b. 1854) m. 1878 Lily Belle HANDLEY (b. 1860).
2. Archibald H. HANDLEY (1819-1908) m. 3rd 1854 Phœbe Eleanor Claycomb
(1831-92).
3. Archibald HANDLEY (1777-1858) m. Susan Kincaid (1780-1864).
4. John HANDLEY m. Mary —.
John HANDLEY (1737-1810), in 1777, served as a private in Capt. Matthew
Irvine's company, Col. William Malcolm's regiment, and, 1778, in Capt. John
Sanford's company, same regiment. He was born in Augusta County; died in
Greenbrier County, Va.
Also No. 70001.
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HANDLEY Bushnell (1730-1811) was a member of committee to purchase supplies
for the army. He was born and died in Saybrook, Conn.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 111
page 297
[p.297] Mrs. Ada Mcdaniel Elliott.
DAR ID Number: 110948
Born in Butler, Mo.
Wife of Miles Elliott.
Descendant of John HANDLEY and of Frederick Claycomb, as follows:
1. Henry Harrison McDaniel (b. 1854) m. 1875 Susan Virginia HANDLEY (b.
1856).
2. Archibald H. HANDLEY (1819-1908) m. 3rd 1854 Phoebe Eleanor Claycomb
1831-92).
3. Archibald HANDLEY (1777-1858) m. 1797 Susan Kincaid (1780-1864); Frederick
Claycomb (1787-1849) m. 1816 Catherine Tabler (1792-1870).
4. John HANDLEY m. Mary —; Frederick Glaycomb m. Eliza —.
John HANDLEY (1737-1810) in 1777 served as a private in Capt. Matthew
Irvine's company, Col. William Malcolm's regiment, and, 1778, in Capt. John
Sanford's company, same regiment. He was born in Augusta County; died in
Greenbrier County, Va.
Also No. 70001.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 158
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page 228 Mrs. Josephine Lee HANLEY Mccurdy.157746
Born in Houstonia, Mo.
Wife of George McCurdy.
Descendant of Lieut. John HANDLEY and George Boone, as follows:
1. Charles Leslie HANLEY (b. 1875) m. 1898 Lenox Berry (b. 1875).
See No. 157745.
2. James Wm. HANLEY (b. 1838) m. 1860 Clementine Hannah Beaver (b. 1841).
3. Thomas HANLEY m. 1835 Mary Shire.
4. Archibald HANDLEY (d. 1858) m. Susan Kinkaid (1780-1864).
5. John HANDLEY m. Mary —.
John HANDLEY (1746-1811) served as lieutenant in the Greenbrier County,
Virginia troops. He was born in Augusta County; died in Monroe County, Va.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 160
page 127
Mrs. Dorothy Dorrance Worthington.
DAR ID Number: 159383
Born in Camden, N. Y.
Wife of Elliott Worthington.
Descendant of John HANDLEY Bushnell, as follows:
1. Frank Fifield Dorrance (b. 1869) m. 1894 Minnie Lohnes (b. 1875).
2. Fillmore A. Lohnes (1850-1900) m. 1873 Mary Durst (1855-1902).
[p.127] 3. William Henry Lohnes (1817-94) m. 1840) Artimicia Bushnell
(1819-1910).
4. Joshua Bushnell (1769-1863) m. 1796 Jerviah Fillmore (1779-1853).
5. John HANDLEY Bushnell m. 1768 Sarah Willard (1751-1824).
John HANDLEY Bushnell (1744-1828) served as private in Capt. Aaron Stevens'
company, Colonel Mott's battalion, Connecticut troops. He was born and died
in Saybrook, Conn.
Also No. 97610.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 160
page 259
Mrs. Minna Mcdaniel Gorton.
DAR ID Number: 159819
Born in Higginsville, Mo.
Wife of Henry Clay Gorton.
Descendant of Lieut. John HANDLEY, as follows:
1. Henry Harrison McDaniel (b. 1854) m. 1875 Susan Virginia HANDLEY (b.
1856).
2. Archibald H. HANDLEY (1819-1908) m. 1854 Phoebe Eleanor Claycomb
(1831-92).
3. Archibald HANDLEY (1777-1858) m. 1797 Susan Kincaid (1780-1864).
4. John HANDLEY m. Mary —.
John HANDLEY (1746-1811) served as lieutenant in the Greenbrier County,
Virginia troops. He was born in Augusta County; died in Monroe County, Va.
Also No. 157746.
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