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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 83
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
page 75

Mrs. Bertha Patterson Wilcox.
DAR ID Number: 82187
Born in Marengo, Iowa.
Wife of Charles S. Wilcox.
Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Tanner.
Daughter of James Patterson (b. 1837) and Mary Adaline Beem (1848-1903), his
wife, m. 1868.
Granddaughter of John Craig Beem (1824-76) and Margaret Amanda Tanner
(1824-76), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Matthew Tanner (b. 1779) and Stilwell, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Josiah Tanner and Martha Wooten (1756-1807), his wife,
m. 1771.
Josiah Tanner (1754-1807) served as lieutenant, 1780, in Captain McBees'
company, Colonel Roebuck's regiment, South Carolina troops. He was born in
South Carolina; died in Henry County, Ky.
Also No. 54227.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85
page 70

Miss Helen Love Johnston.
DAR ID Number: 84173
Born in Griffin, Ga.
Descendant of Burwell Pope, Abraham Hill, and Abraham Hill, Jr., as follows:
1. Robert H. Johnston (1846-98), m. 1871, Susie (Tabitha) Hill (b. 1848).
2. Blanton Mead Hill (1802-57), m. 1825, Elizabeth Ann (Hill) (1810-94).
3. Miles Hill (1774-1844), m. 1795, Tabitha Pope (1778-1852) (parents of
Blanton); Abraham Hill, Jr., m. 1791, Elizabeth McGeehee (1773-1816).
4. Burwell Pope, m. 1772, Priscilla Wooten; Abraham Hill, m. 1756, Christian
Walton (d. 1808).
Burwell Pope (1752-1800) was a member of the House of Commons of Wake County,
N. C., 1781. He was born in Halifax County, N. C., and removed to Georgia,
where he died.
[p.70] Abraham Hill (1732-92) was Justice of the Peace of Wake County, N. C.
He was born in Chowan County, N. C.
Abraham Hill, Jr. (1759-1818), served as private in the South Carolina Line.
He was born in Wake County, N. C.; died in Georgia.
Also No. 42392.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86
page 136

Mrs. Margaret Patterson Ince.
DAR ID Number: 85353
Born in Marengo, Iowa.
Wife of William B. Ince.
Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Tanner, as follows:
1. James Patterson (b. 1837), m. 1868, Mary A. Beem (1848-1903).
2. John C. Beem (1824-76), m. 1845, Margaret A. Tanner (1824-76).
3. Matthew Tanner (b. 1779), Stilwell.
4. Josiah Tanner, m. 1771, Martha Wooten (1756-1851).
Josiah Tanner (1754-1807) served as lieutenant, 1780, in Captain McBee's
company, Colonel Roebuck's regiment, South Carolina troops. He was born in
South Carolina; died in Henry County, Ky.
Also No. 76568.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 87
page 172

Mrs. Ella Leonard Wooten.
DAR ID Number: 86537
Born in Talbot County, Ga.
Wife of William Council Wooten.
Descendant of Capt. James Cantey, as follows:
1. Roderick Leonard (b. 1844) m., 1869, Mattie Mathews (1849-1906).
2. Alexander Leonard (1809-60) m. 2nd, 1843, Elizabeth Crowell (1812-77).
3. Henry Crowell (1789-1840) m., 1808, Sarah Cantey (1792-1877).
4. James Cantey m., 1785, Martha Whitaker (1765-1806).
James Cantey (1760-1817) served as lieutenant and captain in Col. William
Thomson's South Carolina rangers. He was born in Kershaw County, S. C.; died
in Milledgeville, Ga.
Also No. 69682.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 88
page 176

Mrs. Capitola Lovejoy Wooten.
DAR ID Number: 87577
Born in Jasper County, Ga.
Wife of Joseph W. Wooten.
Descendant of Lewis Flemister, as follows:
1. Welk C. Lovejoy (1822-76) m., 1843, Catherine Parker (1827-1901).
2. Isaac Parker (1803-52) m. Elizabeth Flemister (1802-53).
3. Lewis Flemister m., 1783, Ellender Chessam (1768-1855).
Lewis Flemister served as private in Capt. William Moseley's company, 7th
Virginia regiment, and, in 1777, was transferred to the Commander-in-chief's
guard. He was born, 1746, in Virginia.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
page 150

Mrs. Annie Powell Seward.
DAR ID Number: 90464
Born in Columbus County, N. C.
Wife of Harvey Seward.
Descendant of Ensign Shadrach Wooten, as follows:
1. William Columbus Powell (b. 1846) m. 1st 1870 Petrona Georgia (1850-1906).
2. Albert Franklin Powell m. Narcissa Dorsey Wooten.
3. Richard Wooten m. Eliza Williams.
4. Shadrach Wooten m. 2nd Elizabeth Allen.
Shadrach Wooten (1752-1812) was ensign, 1776, from Lenoir County, North
Carolina
in the Revolution. He was born in Lenoir County; died in Columbus County, N.
C.
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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
page 249

Mrs. Emily Wooten Perdue.
DAR ID Number: 90779
Born in Dawson, Ga.
Wife of Graham Perdue.
[p.249] Descendant of Lewis Flemister, as follows:
1. Joseph W. Wooten (b. 1847) m. 1879 Capitola Lovejoy (b. 1859).
2. Welk C. Lovejoy (1822-76) m. 1843 Catharine Parker (1827-1901).
3. Isaac Parker (1803-52) m. Elizabeth Flemister (1802-52).
4. Lewis Flemister m. 1783 Ellender Chism (1768-1855).
Lewis Flemister served as private in Capt. William Moseley's company, Virginia
Line, and as guard to the Commander-in-Chief in the Continental Army. He was
born, 1746, in Virginia.
Also No. 87577.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 92
page 222

Miss Anne Bethiah Harley.
DAR ID Number: 91692
Born in Sparta, Ga.
Descendant of Capt. James Alexander, as follows:
1. William I. Harley (1806-70) m. Mary Lucinda Battle (1819-90).
2. Reuben Taylor Battle m. Bethiah Alexander.
3. James Alexander m. Tabitha Wooten.
James Alexander (1760-98) served as captain in Clark's brigade. He was born
and died in Greene County, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95
[p.301] INDEX
page 46

Mrs. Inez Floyd Harwood.
DAR ID Number: 94137
Born in Salem, Ala.
Wife of Brown Harwood.
Descendant of Capt. Samuel Alexander, as follows:
1. Daniel Henry Floyd (1842-83) m. 1867 Louisa Crowell Miles (1841-1911).
2. Abram Miles (1789-1873) m. Lucinda Simmons (1799-1879).
[p.46] 3. James Simmons (b. 1774) m. Mary Alexander (b. 1778).
4. Samuel Alexander m. Olive Wooten (b. 1759).
Samuel Alexander (1757-1817) commanded a company in Col. Elijah Clark's
Georgia regiment of rifle corps raised to aid Gen. Anthony Wayne and received
a land grant for his services. He was born in North Carolina; died in Georgia.
Also No. 72256.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96
page 291

Mrs. Margaret Johnson White.
DAR ID Number: 95912
Born in Johnson County, Ind.
Wife of Carl Willard White.
Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Tanner, as follows:
1. Andrew J. Johnson (b. 1841) m. 1876 Nancy Peggs (b. 1851).
2. Charles Johnson (1806-73) m. 1831 Elenor M. Tracy (1813-94).
3. James Tracy (1785-1833) m. 1804 Mary Tanner (1789-1848).
4. Josiah Tanner m. 1771 Martha Wooten (1756-1851).
Josiah Tanner (1754-1807) served as lieutenant, 1780, in Captain McBees'
company, Colonel Roebuck's regiment, South Carolina troops. He was born in
South Carolina; died in Henry County, Ky.
Also No. 82187.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 100
page 199

Mrs. Mary Irion Mcelderry.
DAR ID Number: 99635
Born in Corinth, Miss.
Wife of George T. McElderry.
Descendant of Lieut. Thomas Wooten, as follows:
1. William McKinney Irion (1829-62) m. 1st Mary Ann Glasgow.
2. William Lewis Irion (d. 1851) m. 1st 1815 Amelia Cade (1797-1849).
3. James Cade (1769-1822) m. 1790 Mary Ann Wooten (b. 1770).
4. Thomas Wooten m. 1769 Tabitha Pope (1730-1808).
Thomas Wooten (1720-91) served as lieutenant in Freeman's battalion, 7th
Georgia company of Wilkes County. He was born in Wilkes County, Ga., where he
died.
Also No. 31283.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102
[p.305] INDEX
page 303

Mrs. Elizabeth Wooten Cline.
DAR ID Number: 101993
Born in Woodville, Texas.
Wife of Henry A. Cline.
Descendant of William Wooten, as follows:
1. Joseph Wooten (1854-86) m. 1876 Elizabeth Barclay (b. 1858).
2. Howell Wooten (1803-78) m. 1837 Eliza Smith (1814-73).
3. William Wooten, Jr. (1764-1824), m. 1786 Elizabeth (d. 1820).
4. William Wooten m. Mahala or (Tansy) .
William Wooten (1741-78) served as a private in Capt. Allen's company, 2nd
North Carolina regiment, 1778. He was born in North Carolina.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102
[p.305] INDEX
page 303

Miss Josephine Wooten.
DAR ID Number: 101994
Born in Woodville, Texas.
Descendant of William Wooten, as follows:
1. Joseph Wooten (b. 1854) m. 1876 Elizabeth Barclay (b. 1858).
See No. 101993.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103
[p.311] INDEX
page 234

Mrs. Frances Wooten Aldridge.
DAR ID Number: 102764
Born in Tyler County, Texas.
Wife of W. H. Aldridge.
Descendant of William Wooten, as follows:
1. Joseph Howell Wooten (1854-86) m. 1876 Elizabeth Barclay (b. 1858).
2. Howell Wooten (1803-78) m. 1837 Eliza Smith (1814-73).
3. William Wooten, Jr. (1764-1824), m. 1786 Elizabeth (d. 1820).
4. William Wooten m. Mahala (or Tansy) .
William Wooten (1741-78) served as a private in Captain Allen's company, 2nd
North Carolina regiment, 1778. He was born in North Carolina.
Also No. 101993.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 103
[p.311] INDEX
page 310
Aldridge, Frances Wooten 234

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104
[p.309] INDEX
page 178

Mrs. Sarah Willingham Griffin.
DAR ID Number: 103583
Born in Macon, Ga.
Wife of Charles Wooten Griffin.
Descendant of Joseph Lawton, as follows:
1. Thomas Willingham (1847-91) m. 1873 Mildred Lawton (1856-90).
2. Thomas H. Willingham (1825-90) m. 1845 Cecilia M. Bayward (b. 1829).
3. Thomas Willingham (1798-1873) m. Phebe Lawton (1808-63).
4. Benjamin Lawton m. Jane Mosse.
5. Joseph Lawton m. Sarah Roberts (b. 1755).
[p.178] Joseph Lawton (1754-1819) was an officer of the Continental Army. He
was born and died in South Carolina.
Also No. 98123.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105
page 244

Mrs. Martha Cook Flournoy.
DAR ID Number: 104737
Born in Macon County, Ga.
Wife of Osborn R. Flournoy.
Descendant of Capt. John Cook, as follows:
1. Josiah A. Flournoy (1829-1903) m. 1853 Anna E. Winship (b. 1832).
2. Isaac Winship (1802-85) m. 1828 Martha Pearson Cook (1813-82).
3. Phillip Cook (1775-1841) m. 2nd Nancy Ann Wooten (1795-1832).
4. John Cook m. 2nd Martha Pearson (b. 1754).
John Cook (1750-99) commanded a company in the Dragoons under Col. William
Washington and served with him in many battles. He was born in Brunswick
County, Va.; died in Hancock County, Ga.
Also Nos. 90498, 102148.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106
page 280

Mrs. Louise Turpin Wooten.
DAR ID Number: 105873
Born in Americus, Ga.
Wife of John Lee Wooten.
Descendant of William Wright, as follows:
1. George Ayers Turpin (b. 1854) m. 1871 Denie Wheeler (b. 1854).
2. Green Wheeler (1813-70) m. 1852 Sarah Mims (1823-74).
3. Wright Mims (1796-1852) m. Elizabeth Kendall (1799-1850).
4. William Mims (1757-1817) m. Mary Wright (1756-1812).
5. William Wright m. Mary Philpot (1740-1801).
William Wright (1736-95) enlisted, 1777, in Virginia militia and served as
private until 1782. He was born in Georgia; died in Wilkes County, Ga.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107
page 75

Mrs. Annie Wooten Wilkins.
DAR ID Number: 106246
Born in Scotland, Ga.
[p.75] Wife of Willis Jackson Wilkins.
Descendant of Daniel McArthur, as follows:
1. John A. Wooten (b. 1834) m. 1867 Jane McEachin (1844-91).
2. Henery Wooten (1801-84) m. 1825 Janet McArthur (1809-87).
3. Charles McArthur (1781-1835) m. 1801 Effie Graham (b. 1781).
4. Daniel McArthur m. 1774 Jannette McArthur (b. 1752).
Daniel McArthur (1741-1817) served as private in the North Carolina Line. He
was born in Scotland; died in Robeson County, N. C.
Also No. 85271.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108
page 59

[p.59] Mrs. Lizzie Mae Wooten Mckenzie.
DAR ID Number: 107177
Born in Dawson, Ga.
Wife of Edwin Myers McKenzie.
Descendant of Lewis Flemister, as follows:
1. Joseph W. Wooten (1847-1912) m. 1879 Capitola Lovejoy (b. 1859).
2. Welcome C. Lovejoy (1822-76) m. 1843 Catherine Parker (1827-1901).
3. Isaac Parker (1803-52) m. Elizabeth Flemister (1802-53).
4. Lewis Flemister m. 1785 Ellender Chessam or Chism (1768-1855).
Lewis Flemister served as a private in Capt. William Moseley's company,
Virginia Line and was guard to the Commander-in-Chief in the Continental Army.
He was born, 1746, in Virginia.
Also No. 90779.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108
page 91

[p.91] Mrs. Harriet Sanford Carroll.
DAR ID Number: 107274
Born in New Castle, Ky.
Wife of John D. Carroll.
Descendant of Bracket Owen, as follows:
1. Lewis Major Sanford (1824-1901) m. 1869 Fanny Newton Smith (1846-92).
2. Abraham Owen Smith (b. 1818) m. Harriet Long Hunter (1819-1900).
3. Thomas Smith (1790-1850) m. Harriet Owen (1798-1857).
4. Abraham Owen (1769-1811) m. Martha Dupuy.
5. Bracket Owen m. 1760 Elizabeth Wooten.
Bracket Owen (1733-1802) emigrated to Kentucky after the surrender of
Cornwallis, 1781. He built a station called Fort Owen as a refuge for
patriots. He was born in Henrico County, Va.; died in Shelby County, Ky.
Also No. 39047.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108
page 300

Mrs. Rachel Caroline Conwell Thoburn.
DAR ID Number: 107927
Born in Topeka, Kans.
Wife of Joseph B. Thoburn.
Descendant of Lieut. Josiah Tanner, as follows:
1. Rufus T. Conwell (b. 1841) m. 1867 Mary A. Dawson (1840-1911).
2. Creed Hastings Dawson (1818-97) m. 1839 Rachel Brewer (1823-95).
3. Daniel Dawson (1781-1824) m. 1808 Keziah Tanner (1792-1822).
4. Josiah Tanner m. 1771 Martha Wooten (1756-1851).
[p.300] Josiah Tanner (1754-1807) served as lieutenant, 1780, in Captain
McBee's company, Colonel Roebuck's regiment, South Carolina militia. He was
born in Mecklenburg County, Va.; died in Jefferson County, Ky.
Also No. 95912.

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