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page 99
Mrs. Mabel Ellis Johns.
DAR ID Number: 93318
Born in Decatur, Ia.
Wife of Charles A. Johns.
Descendant of Capt. James Neal, as follows:
1. Henry Ellis (1825-99) m. 1844 Henrietta Rowell (b. 1827).
2. William Rowell (1795-1860) m. 1820 Hester Lentner (1803-72).
3. Daniel Rowell (b. 1765) m. 1788 Nancy Neal.
4. James Neal m. Hannah Harden.
James Neal (1737-1822) was commissioned captain, 1776, and was at the battles
of White Plains, Brandywine, and Germantown. His pension was allowed, 1818,
for three years as captain, Virginia Line. He died in Wood County, W. Va.
Also No. 56631.

page 99
Miss Mabel Ruth Johns.
DAR ID Number: 93319
Born in Salem, Oreg.
Descendant of Capt. James Neal, as follows:
1. Charles Adams Johns (b. 1857) m. 1882 Mabel Ellis (b. 1860).
2. Henry Ellis (1825-99) m. 1844 Henrietta Rowell (b. 1827).
See No. 93318.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97
page 281
Mrs. Nina Hill Johns.
DAR ID Number: 96900
Born in Brenham, Tex.
Wife of Ed Frank Johns.
Descendant of Zebulon Dickinson, and of David Stearns, as follows:
1. C. W. Hill (b. 1841) m. 1872 Charlotte Sophia Dickinson (b. 1849).
2. Zebulon Dickinson (1820-1907) m. 1842 Susanna Crossin (d. 1883).
3. Townsend Dickinson (d. 1863) m. Sophia Stearns.
4. Zebulon Dickinson m. 1782 Elizabeth Brush; David Stearns (1757-1836) m.
1782 Susanna Beals (1759-1849).
5. David Stearns m. 1756 Hannah Burnell (b. 1732).
Zebulon Dickinson (1761-1835) served as private and fifer under Captains
Woodworth and Thompson, New York Line. He was born in New York; died in
Lawrenceburg, Ind.
David Stearns (1729-88) served as private in Capt. Christopher Banister's
company, Col. John Dickerson's regiment. He was born in Sutton; died in
Goshen, Mass.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108
page 212
Mrs. Lucy A. Johns Getts.
DAR ID Number: 107638
Born in Columbia City, Ind.
Wife of Von Sims Getts.
[p.212] Descendant of John Riddle and of Spencer Cooper, as follows:
1. John Harter Johns (1842-1910) m. 1864 Mary Elizabeth Riddle (1842-97).
2. Thomas J. Riddle (1817-49) m. 2nd 1841 Martha Ann Cooper (1823-1910).
3. John Riddle m. 4th 1811 Jane Marshall (1789-1834); Thomas Cooper
(1788-1851) m. 1811 Hannah Stewart (b. 1790).
4. Spencer Cooper m. 1786 Nancy Crain (1769-1852).
John Riddle (1761-1847) enlisted, 1778, in the New Jersey militia, where he
served four years. He then entered the privateer service. He was born in
Somerset County, N. J.; removed to Ohio, 1790, and died in Cincinnati.
Also No. 91664.
Spencer Cooper (1740-1809) served as private in the Virginia Line. He was
born in Greenbrier County, Va.; died in Ohio.
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page 196
Mrs. Margaret Johns Emmert.
DAR ID Number: 112600
Born in Pana, Ill.
Wife of Charles Eldridge Emmert.
Descendant of Sergt. John Mintun (Minturn), as follows:
1. Samuel Parks Johns (b. 1835) m. 1859 Margaret Ann White (1836-1907).
2. Stephen Minturn Johns (1809-70) m. 1834 Sarah Parks (1815-92).
3. John Johns (1785-1862) m. 1808 Mehetable Mintun (1791-1877).
4. John Mintun m. Rebecca Fairchild (1757-1849).
John Mintun (1752-1826) served as private and sergeant major, under Captains
Meeker and Baldwin, Colonels Sterling, Winds and Ogden, New Jersey Line. He
was born near Morristown, N. J.; died in Warren County, Ohio.
Also No. 110811.

[p.34] Miss Nellie Ruth Mccabe.
DAR ID Number: 113092
Born in Luzerne County, Pa.
Descendant of James Wells and of Elijah Towner, as follows:
1. James W. McCabe (1860-24) m. 1883 Laura Lance (1860-1916).
2. William McCabe (1822-92) m. 1842 Ruth Towner (1821-97).
3. Joseph Towner (1797-1854) m. 1817 Emelia Pratt (1798-1859).
4. Elijah Towner m. 1778 Mary Knapp (d. 1841); Isaac Pratt (1768-1822) m.
1793 Theodotia Wells (1770-1814).
5. James Wells m. 1754 Hannah Loomis (1734-95).
James Wells (1732-78) served in an independent company at the Battle of
Wyoming, where he was killed. He was born in Colchester, Conn.
Elijah Towner (1769-1840) was a private in Capt. John H. Johns' company, Col.
Philip Bradley's regiment, Connecticut Line, 1780. He was born in Danbury,
Conn.; died in Towner's Hill, Pa.
Also No. 76094.

Miss Lillian Prior.
DAR ID Number: 113152
Born in Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Descendant of Jehiel Johns, as follows:
1. Thomas Ashley Prior (1850-1913) m. 1874 Susan Johns (b. 1848).
2. Henry Franklin Johns (1814-64) m. 1847 Mary Sharpsteene (1817-98).
3. Jehiel Johns, Jr. (1791-1868), m. 1810 Abigail Dyke (d. 1866).
4. Jehiel Johns m. 1786 Elizabeth Saxton (d. 1851).
Jehiel Johns (1756-1840) served as a private in Capt. Gideon Brownson's
company, Colonel Warner's regiment, Vermont troops. He was born in Amenia, N.
Y.; died in Huntington, Vt.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 123
page 193
Mrs. Mabel Runyan Beebe.
DAR ID Number: 122636
Born in South Haven, Mich.
Wife of Rowland Curtis Beebe.
Descendant of Uriah Cross, Corp. Ashbel Hosmer, Abraham Payne, Lieut. James
Halbut, John Robie, Walter Robie and Ithamar Smith, as follows:
1. Arthur Runyan (b. 1857) m. 1881 Emma Cross (b. 1858).
2. Casper Yost Runyan (1828-94) m. Louisa Olmsted (1835-1915); Calvin Cross,
Jr. (1817-94), m. 1837 Emily Roby (1818-92).
3. Calvin Cross (1781-1868) m. 1805 Polly Beldin Hosmer (1784-1818); Daniel
Wallace Olmsted (1809-90) m. 1833 Miranda Halbut (1811-65); Jonathan Robie
(1792-1873) m. 1817 Sally Ladd (1800-69).
4. Uriah Cross m. Anna Payne (1750-1825); Ashbel Hosmer m. Polly Belding;
Elijah Olmsted (1772-1848) m. 2d 1806 Polly (Smith) Wallace (1781-1868);
Edward Robie (1767-1814) m. Sarah Emerson (1771-1850); Amos Halbut
(1778-1862) m. 1800 Miranda Seymour (1780-1851).
5. Abraham Payne, Jr., m. 1743 Rebecca Freeman; James Halbut m. 1760 Jeanette
Hunter; Ithamar Smith m. 1779 Deborah Gorham (b. 1762); Walter Robie m. 1763
Susanna Hall (1744-1821).
6. John Robie m. 1734 Anne Williams (1714-55).
Uriah Cross (1750-1835) served at Ticonderoga, Crown Point, Quebec, St. Johns
and Bennington under different commands. In 1832 he was allowed a pension for
service as private, Connecticut Continental Line. He was born in East
Windsor, Conn.; died in Georgetown, N. Y.
Also No. 88292.
Ashbel Hosmer (1758-1812) served as corporal in Capt. Samuel Granger's
company, Connecticut Line. In 1797 he was an invalid pensioner, being
disabled, 1781, in service. He was born in West Hartford, Conn.
John Robie (1712-88) was a signer of the Association Test of New Hampshire,
1776. He was born at Hampton Falls; died in Candia, N. H.
[p.193] Walter Robie (1741-1818) served on the Committee of Safety and as a
member of the Provincial Congress. He was born in Chester; died in Candia, N.
H.
Abraham Payne (1722-1801), a patriot, served on important committees during
the Revolution. He was born in Canterbury, Conn.; died in Hamilton, N. Y.
See No. 88982.
James Halbut (1734-77) served as 1st lieutenant in Captain Thompson's
company, Col. Elisha Porter's 4th regiment of volunteers. He was born in
Salem; died in Pelham, Mass.
Ithamar Smith served as private under Capt. Elisha Lee, Col. John Durkee's
Connecticut troops. He applied for a pension, 1818, and his claim was
allowed. He died at Covington, N. Y.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 124
page 199
Miss Ruth Neal.
DAR ID Number: 123621
Born in Hagerstown, Ind.
Descendant of Capt. James Prichard, as follows:
1. A. G. Neal (b. 1858) m. 1882 Laura Johns (b. 1863).
2. Raney Johns (1835-98) m. 1860 Margaret Prichard (1841-1902).
3. James Prichard (1808-77) m. Mary Reed (1807-62).
4. Curtis Prichard (1785-1848) m. 1807 Isabella Spears (d. 1834).
5. James Prichard m. 1775 Elizabeth Hughes (d. 1801).
James Prichard (1746-1818) served as captain, Maryland Continental Line. He
was born in Baltimore County, Md.; died in New Castle, Ky.
Also No. 119829.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128
page 167
Mrs. Gwendolyn Johns Messerly.
DAR ID Number: 127507
Born in Sedalia, Mo.
Wife of Charles E. Messerly, Jr.
Descendant of Sergt. Maj. John Mintun, as follows:
1. William M. Johns (b. 1866) m. 1891 Alice Newkirk (b. 1867).
2. Samuel Parks Johns (b. 1835) m. 1859 Margaret Ann White (1836-1907).
[p.167] 3. Stephon Mintun Jones (1809-70) m. 1834 Sarah Parks (1815-92).
4. John Johns (1785-1862) m. 1808 Mehetable Mintun (1791-1877).
5. John Mintun m. Rebecca Fairchild (1757-1849).
John Mintun (1752-1826) served as private and sergeant major under Captains
Meeker and Baldwin, Colonels Sterling, Winds and Ogden, New Jersey Line. He
was born in Morristown, N. J.; died in Warren County, Ohio.
Also No. 119531.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128
page 239
Mrs. Mary J. Vertrees Johns.
DAR ID Number: 127740
Born in Perry, Ill.
Wife of Bennett Willson Johns.
Descendant of Samuel Haycraft, as follows:
1. Charles M. Vertrees (1816-95) m. 1839 Mary Jane McFarland (1825-1913).
2. John Vertrees (d. 1856) m. 1800 Nancy Haycraft (1782-1865).
3. Samuel Haycraft m. 1778 Margaret Van Meter (1759-1843).
Samuel Haycraft (1752-1823) was placed on the pension roll, 1826, of Hardin
County, Ky., for service as private in Capt. James Hook's [p.239] company,
Col. John Gibson's Virginia regiment. He was born in Virginia; died in Hardin
County, Ky.
Also No. 124551.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 156
page 233
Mrs. Sunie Jackson Johns.
DAR ID Number: 155740
Born in Winder, Ga.
Wife of George A. Johns.
Descendant of Drury Jackson, as follows:
1. Hilman D. Jackson (b. 1842) m. 1865 Susan Griffeth (b. 1844).
2. Hartwell Jackson, Jr. (1806-86), m. 1828 Sarah Jackson (1810-90).
3. Hartwell Jackson (1777-1859) m. 1st 1801 Elizabeth Bostwick (1780-1818).
See No. 155231.

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[p.16] Miss Virginia Fawcett Gauss.
DAR ID Number: 156052
Born in St. Charles, Mo.
Descendant of Thomas Durfee, as follows:
1. Charles Henry Gauss (1845-1913) m. 1869 Charlotte Elizabeth Johns (b.
1850).
2. John Jay Johns (1818-99) m. 1847 Jane Durfee (1829-1915).
3. Thomas Russell Durfee (1801-33) m. Anne Glenday (1809-90).
4. Charles Durfee (b. 1761) m. 1792 Welthe Hathaway (b. 1771).
5. Thomas Durfee m. 1747 Patience Borden (b. 1731).
Thomas Durfee (1721-96) was a member of the Governor's Council of
Massachusetts. He was born in Tiverton, R. I.; died in Freetown, Mass.
Also No. 146765.
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page 82
Miss Mary Stuart Yoe.
DAR ID Number: 159235
Born in Prince Georges County, Md.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Truman Skinner, as follows:
1. William H. Yoe (b. 1853) m. 1880 Mary Stuart Wood (b. 1855).
2. Peter Wood (1823-97) m. 1854 Margaret Johns Skinner (1833-1902).
3. Benjamin Skinner (1807-44) m. 1828 Margaret Johns (1809-85).
4. Stephen Stuart Johns (b. 1777) m. 1808 Elizabeth Greenfield Skinner (b.
1785).
5. Truman Skinner m. 1772 Priscilla, Skinner (b. 1734).
Truman Skinner (1737-80) enlisted, 1779, in Prince Georges County, Maryland
militia, as captain; in 1777, served as major, and promoted lieutenant
colonel, 1778. He was born and died in Prince Georges County, Md.
Also No. 151818.

page 243
Mrs. Carrie Stewart Metcalf.
DAR ID Number: 160772
Born in Smithfield, Pa.
Wife of Augustus T. Metcalf.
Descendant of William Stewart, Jacob Scott, Lieut. William Johns, Joshua
Brown, Col. Zacquill Morgan, Capt. Duncan McVicer and Lieut. John Hamilton,
as follows:
1. Andrew J. Stewart (1832-99) m. 1856 Sarah Ann Scott (1834-1911).
2. William Stewart (1802-53) m. 1830 Belinda Johns (1811-87); Joseph Scott
(1798-1846) m. 1824 Phebe Ridgway (1809-51).
3. Alexander Stewart (1769-1863) m. 1794 Rachel Brown (1775-1825); Jacob
Scott m. 1782 Catharine Morgan (b. 1761); Owen Johns (1788-1868) m. 1812
Elizabeth McVicer (1791-1883).
4. William Stewart m. 1750 Elizabeth Given (1735-1831); William Johns m. Mary
Davies (1752-1846); Joshua Brown m. 1774 Hannah Hamilton (b. 1752); Zacquill
Morgan m. Nancy Paxton; James McVicer (d. 1832) m. Parmelia McNamar (d.
1847).
[p.243] 5. Duncan McVicer m. Nancy McCollum; John Hamilton m. 1738 Sydney
Brown (b. 1722).
William Stewart (1727-1811) served as private in Col. William Davies, 14th
Virginia regiment. He was born in Ireland; died in Monongalia County, Va.
(now W. Va.)
Jacob Scott (1748-1808) served as spy and private, Monongalia County, Va. He
was born in Hampshire County; died in Monongalia County, Va.
William Johns (1743-1814) served as private and lieutenant in the Virginia
troops under Cols. William Davies and Zacquill Morgan. He was born in Wales;
died in Monongalia County, Va. (now W. Va.)
Joshua Brown (1751-1819) served as private in the 7th and 1st Maryland
regiments under Captains Groshe and Beatty. He was born in Frederick County,
Md.; died in Fayette County, Pa.
Zacquill Morgan was county lieutenant with rank of colonel in Berkeley
County, Va. He was born in Berkeley County; died, 1795, Morgantown, Va. (now
W. Va.)
Also No. 154208.
Duncan McVicer (1748-1820) was captain in the 2d regiment of Sussex County,
New Jersey militia. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland; died in Bedford, Pa.
John Hamilton served as paymaster, ensign and lieutenant in the Maryland
troops. He was born, 1720, in Baltimore County, Md.; died in Maryland.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 164
page 317
Mrs. Lillie Swinney Hinson.
DAR ID Number: 163977
Born in McRae, Ga.
Wife of Joseph Erastus Hinson.
Descendant of Moses Newton, as follows:
1. William Edwin Swinney (1848-1920) m. 1883 Sara A. Olivia Johns (b. 1852).
2. Charles H. Johns (1824-68) m. 1849 Angelina Williams (1826-1901).
3. James Marcellos Johns (b. 1785) m. 1820 Mary Early Newton (b. 1795).
4. Moses Newton m. 1792 Elizabeth Hudspeth (b. 1769).
Moses Newton (1766-1826) served as private in the South Carolina infantry
under Sergeant Newton. He was born in South Carolina; died in Jefferson
County, Ga.
Also No. 153080.
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