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Subject: DAR Results #3
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 98 09:04:46 CDT


Miss Eliza Shore Dunlop.
DAR ID Number: 16155
Born in Petersburg, Virginia.
Descendant of Nathaniel Harrison, of Virginia.
Daughter of Robert Maitland Dunlop and Eliza Shore Gilliam, his wife.
Granddaughter of James Dunlop and Isabella Lenox Maitland, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Dunlop and Mary Ruffin Gilliam, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Gilliam and Mary Ruffin Harrison, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Nathaniel Harrison and Mary Ruffin, his first
wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison (of Berkeley) and Anne
Carter, his wife.
Nathaniel Harrison, (1742-82), served as Speaker of the State Senate and as
sheriff of Prince George
county, Va., 1779-80. His twin brother Charles served as a brigadier
general and his brother Benjamin was
a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Also No. 14879.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 31

Mrs. Henrietta A. Bacon Mcdonald.
DAR ID Number: 30568
Born in Columbus, Georgia.
Wife of Joseph Bibb McDonald.
Descendant of Capt. John Bacon, Lieut. Col. Nathaniel Cocke, Capt. John
Alston and Capt. William
Green.
Daughter of Dr. John Edmund Bacon and Clementina Sarah Alston, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Bacon, Jr., and Eliza Ruffin Cocke, his wife; Robert
West Alston (b. 1781) and
Henrietta Green, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of John Bacon and Agnes Hobson, his wife; Nathaniel Cocke
and Rebecca Thompson,
his wife; John Alston and Ann Hunt Macon, his wife; William Green and Mary
Christmas, his first wife.
John Bacon, (1728-98), who had fought in the early wars, served in the
artillery during the revolution. He
received a grant of land in Georgia for his service.
Nathaniel Cocke, (1746-1813), served as captain and lieutenant colonel of
Virginia militia.
John Alston served as captain in the North Carolina line. He died 1784 and
is buried in Halifax county.
William Green, (1739-99), was captain 1775 of the First North Carolina
regiment.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
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Mrs. Mary Mcdonald Barr.
DAR ID Number: 31206
Born in Athens, Alabama.
Wife of Hiram Donald Barr.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Nathaniel Cocke, Capt. John Alston, Capt. John
Bacon, Capt. William Green,
Joseph McDonald, William McDonald, Elizabeth Ogle, Dr. Thomas Hough, John
Malone and James
Chappell.
Daughter of Joseph Bibb McDonald and Henrietta Alston Bacon, his wife.
Granddaughter of Jonathan McDonald (1806-66) and Mary Bibb Malone
(1806-68), his wife, m. 1829;
Dr. John Edmund Bacon and Clementina Sarah Alston, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of William McDonald (1766-1840) and Ursula Hough
(1770-1853), his wife; Chappell
Thomas Malone and Mary Chappell, his wife; John Bacon, Jr. and Eliza Ruffin
Cocke, his wife; Robert
West Alston (b. 1781) and Henrietta Green (b. 1784), his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Joseph McDonald and Elizabeth Ogle (1726-95), his
wife; Thomas Hough and
Elizabeth Isham, his wife; Daniel Malone and Elizabeth Chappell, his wife;
John Bacon and [p.77] Agnes
Hobson, his wife; Nathaniel Cocke and Rebecca Thompson, his wife; John
Alston and Ann Hunt Macon,
his wife; William Green and Mary Christmas (b. 1745), his first wife, m. 1760.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ogle and Elizabeth Graham, his second
wife; John Malone and —
Harper, his wife; James Chappell and Mary Briggs, his second wife.
Nathaniel Cocke, (1746-1813), served as captain and lieutenant colonel of
Virginia militia.
John Alston served as captain in the North Carolina Line. He died in 1784
and is buried in Halifax county.
John Bacon, (1728-98), who had fought in the early wars, served in the
artillery during the Revolution. He
received a grant of land in Georgia for his service.
Also No. 30568.
William Green, (1739-99), was captain, 1775, of the First North Carolina
Regiment.
Joseph McDonald, (1722-1809), served under Col. William Preston. At his
mills, powder was
manufactured and his son, William, 1782, carried it to the army. He was
born in New Castle, Del.; died in
Montgomery, Va.
Elizabeth Ogle, (1726-96), assisted in the making of powder and was the
mother of six sons who served in
the Revolution. Three were too young to fight but carried the powder to
Ohio and West Virginia.
Thomas Hough enlisted as a private, 1778, for three years in Capt. John
Peyton's Virginia company. In
1783 he and his wife, Elizabeth, gave deed for land. He received bounty
land in Nelson Co., Ky., where he
died at an old age.
John Malone, (1730-1801), served as a private in Col. Daniel Morgan's
regiment. He was born in Sussex
Co., Va., where he died.
James Chappell, (1737-98), was a private in Col. Alexander Spottswood's
regiment, of Virginia militia.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32
page 112

Miss Mary Andrews.
DAR ID Number: 31285
Born in Milledgeville, Georgia.
Descendant of Thomas Haynes.
Daughter of Charles Haynes Andrews and Florence Harris, his wife.
Granddaughter of Edwin Ruffin Andrews and Mary McKinlay, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Charles Eaton Haynes and Martha Hix Harrison, his wife.
[p.112] Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Haynes and Frances Stith, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Andrew Haynes and Annie Eaton, his wife.
Thomas Haynes, (1748-1823), was a member of the Committee of Safety of
Halifax Co., North Carolina,
1774. He was born in Mecklenburg Co., Va., died in Columbia Co., Ga.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 38
page 197

Mrs. Ethel Patterson Randolph.
DAR ID Number: 36555
Born in Briarfield, Maryland.
Wife of Cary Ruffin Randolph.
Descendant of Lieut. Col. Leven Powell, of Virginia.
[p.197] Daughter of Frederick E. Patterson and Olivia C. Powell, his wife.
Granddaughter of Francis Whiting Powell and Harriette Harding, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Burr Powell and Catherine Brooke, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Leven Powell and Sarah Harrison, his wife.
Leven Powell, (1737-1810), served as lieutenant colonel of Grayson's
Continental regiment. The hardships
of Valley Forge enfeebled his health and unfitted him for further active
duty. He was born in Loudoun Co.,
Va.; died in Bedford Springs, Pa.
Also Nos. 1070, 2380, 3164, 5417, 12455, 13839, 16793, 17645, 21498, 23707,
26913, 29883,
31587, 33593.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 44
page 139

[p.139] Mrs. Corinne C. Thomson.
DAR ID Number: 43365
Born in Memphis, Tennessee.
Wife of James Gray Thomson.
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Ruffin.
Daughter of M. Connell and Lucy Ruffin Turnage, his wife.
Granddaughter of Rufus King Turnage and Mary Roane Ruffin (1820-44), his
wife, m. 1838.
Gr.-granddaughter of James Ruffin (b. 1787) and Agnes Dandridge
(1795-1840), his wife, m. 1812.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Sterling Ruffin and Alice Hill, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Ruffin and Mary Roane, his wife.
Thomas Ruffin was a captain of the Sixth Virginia regiment, 1776, and died
after a month's service.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47

Mrs. Mary Levering Ruffin.
DAR ID Number: 46517
Born in Baltimore, Md.
Wife of Charles Lorraine Ruffin.
Descendant of Col. Aaron Levering.
Daughter of Robert Levering and Ella Denmead McEldowney, his wife.
Granddaughter of Robert McEldowney and Ann Levering, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Aaron R. Levering and Ann Butcher Lawrason, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Aaron Levering and Hannah Righter, his wife.
Aaron Levering (1739-94) served as captain of the Flying Camp of
Pennsylvania, and was promoted major
1776. He was honorably discharged with the rank of colonel. He was born in
Rocksboro, Pa.; died in
Baltimore.
Also Nos. 32606, 35480, 42223.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 47
page 426

Mrs. Minnie Markette Ruffin.
DAR ID Number: 46912
Born in Lafayette Co., Miss.
Wife of T. D. Ruffin.
Descendant of Daniel McKie.
Daughter of J. R. Markette and Elizabeth Brown McKie, his wife.
[p.426] Granddaughter of Nathaniel Green McKie and Mary Ward Smith, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Daniel McKie and Frances Herndon, his wife.
Daniel McKie (1759-1839) served in the battle of Stono in Capt. Joseph
Wynn's company. He was
granted a pension for eight months' service as private, Virginia line. He
was born in Lunenburg County, Va.;
died in Maury County, Tenn.
Also No. 43367.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49

Mrs. Agnes Ruffin Smith.
DAR ID Number: 48977
Born in Demopolis, Ala.
Wife of Robert F. Smith.
Descendant of Brig. Gen. James Moore.
Daughter of James Sterling Ruffin, M. D., and Ann Eliza Strudwick, his wife.
Granddaughter of Samuel Strudwick and Sophia Moore, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of James Moore, Jr., and Rebecca Davis, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Moore and Ann Ivey, his wife.
James Moore (1727-77) served as colonel and brigadier general, North
Carolina line. He died of fever and
was succeeded by Francis Nash, who lost his life at Germantown.
Also Nos. 4934, 7623, 29289, 33224, 45129.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 54
page 124

Mrs. Fannie Johnston Julienne.
DAR ID Number: 53292
Born in Jackson, Miss.
Wife of A. L. Julienne.
Descendant of Elisha Battle and of Capt. William Walton.
Daughter of Frank Johnston and Fannie Yerger, his wife.
Granddaughter of Amos Johnston and Harriet Newell Battle, his wife; William
Yerger and Malvina Hogan
Rucks, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Elisha Battle and Olivia Ruffin Lemond, his wife; James
Taylor Rucks and Matilda
Hogan, his wife.
[p.124] Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Battle and Frances Davis, his wife;
Arthur Hogan and Rachel Walton,
his wife.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Elisha Battle and Elizabeth Sumner, his wife;
William Walton and Sarah Jones,
his wife.
Elisha Battle (1724-99) was a patriot and member of the Provincial
Congress. He was born in Nansemond
County, Va.; died in Edgecombe County, N. C.
Also No. 49383.
William Walton (1760-1816) at the age of 17 enlisted as a private. He was
at the capture of Stony Point
and served to the close of the war, when he was captain of Bertie County,
North Carolina troops. He was
born in Bertie County; died in Carthage, Tenn.
Also Nos. 8295, 10255, 17623.
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