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Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books

Mrs. Mary Carver Pope.
DAR ID Number: 44691
Born in Sharon, Pa.
Wife of Charles Edward Pope.
Descendant of Samuel Quinby and of Lieut. Bartram Round.
Daughter of Conrad Quinby Carver and Mary Westerman, his wife.
Granddaughter of Conrad Gansevoort Carver and Terresa Quinby, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Joseph Carver and Abigail Round, his wife; Samuel Quinby and Achsah Parks, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Bartram Round and Alice Williamson, his wife.
Samuel Quinby (1756-1842) enlisted 1776 and served over three years. In 1832 he received a pension for service as private, New Jersey line. He died in Sharon, Pa.
Also Nos. 14361, 28730, 30172, 34922.
Bartram Round (1741-1833) was placed on the pension roll of Otsego Co., New York 1832 for service as sergeant, ensign and lieutenant, Rhode Island militia.

Mrs. Margaret Goertner White.
DAR ID Number: 56393
Born in Canajoharic, N. Y.
Wife of Amos Hall White.
Descendant of Peter Goertner.
Daughter of George Goertner, Jr., and Lucenda White, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Goertner and Anna Catherine Westerman, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Peter Goertner and Mary Catherine Bargy, his wife.
Peter Goertner (1736-1813) served as a private in the Tryon County militia under Capt. Hendrick Hunter, Col. Peter Bellinger, at the battle of Oriskany. He was born in Germany; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.

Miss Florence Davidson Smith.
DAR ID Number: 57382
Born in Canajoharie, N. Y.
Descendant of Peter Geortner.
Daughter of Martin L. Smith and Mary Geortner, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Geortner, Jr., and Lucinda W. Geortner, his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of George Geortner and Catherine Westerman, his wife.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Geortner and Mary Catherine Bargy, his wife.
Peter Geortner (1736-1813) enlisted in the Tryon County, New York militia, under Capt. Hendrick Herder, Col. Peter Bellinger; engaged in the battle of Oriskany. He was born in Germany; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.

Miss Mabel Westerman Smith.
DAR ID Number: 57383
Born in Canajoharie, N. Y.
Descendant of Peter Geortner.
Daughter of Martin L. Smith and Mary Geortner, his wife.

Mrs. Edith Alliene Davis Hawk.
DAR ID Number: 74342
Born in New York, N. Y.
Wife of William Samuel Hawk.
Descendant of Capt. Joab Stafford and of Peter Goertner.
Daughter of William H. Davis (1817-1902) and Anna C. Goertner (1830-69), his wife, m. 1853.
Granddaughter of John P. Davis (1795-1860) and Olive Stafford (1795-1848), his wife, m. 1815; George Goertner, Jr. (1801-79), and Lucinda M. — (1802-77), his wife, m. 1822.
Gr-granddaughter of Richard Stafford (1763-1826) and Susan Brower (1766-1852), his wife; George Goertner and Catherine Westerman (b. 1770), his wife, m. 1791.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joab Stafford and Susannah Spencer (1729-95), his wife, m. 1751; Peter Goertner and Mary Catherine Bargy, his wife.
Joab Stafford (1729-1801) was captain of the Berkshire volunteers at the battle of Bennington, where he was wounded, but he retained his command until the enemy was routed. He was on the invalid pension roll when he died at Cheshire, Mass.
Peter Goertner (1736-1813) enlisted in the Tryon County, New York militia, under Capt. Hendrick Herder, Col. Peter Bellinger; engaged in the battle of Oriskany. He was born in Germany; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.

Miss Anna Katherine Whitaker.
DAR ID Number: 76370
Born in Toledo, Ohio.
Descendant of Lieut. Stephen Whitaker, Caleb Grosvenor, Ensign John Hall, Hosea Merrill, Peter Goertner, Captain Joab Stafford, and Abijah White.
Daughter of Charles Henry Whitaker (b. 1846) and Olive S. Davis (b. 1853), his wife, m. 1873.
Granddaughter of John Hall Whitaker (1813-82) and Frances E. Grosvenor (1817-49), his wife, m. 1845; William H. Davis (1824-1902) and Anna Catherine Goertner (1830-69), his wife, m. 1853.
Gr-granddaughter of Stephen Whitaker, Jr. (1784-1861), and Mary Hall (1788-1879), his wife, m. 1811; Vine Grosvenor (1783-1868) and Laura Merrill (1786-1853), his wife; John P. Davis (1795-1860) and Olive Stafford (1795-1848), his wife, m. 1818; George Goertner, Jr. (1805-79), and Lucinda White (1807-77), his wife, m. 1822.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Stephen Whitaker and Ruth Conklin (1753-97), his wife; John Hall and Sarah Austin (d. 1824), his wife; Caleb Grosvenor and Olive (Griffin) Wolcott (1751-1829), his wife; Hosea Merrill and Sarah Phillips (1762-1850), his wife, m. 1783; Richard Stafford (1763-1826) and Susan Brown (1766-1852), his wife, m. 1782; George Goertner (b. 1767) and Anna C. Westerman, his wife, m. 1791; Abijah White and Hannah Hall, his wife, m. 1789.
Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of Joab Stafford and Susannah Spencer (1729-95), his wife, m. 1751; Peter Goertner and Mary Catherine Bargy, his wife.
Stephen Whitaker (1747-1827) served as lieutenant in the company of Capt. Jacob Ten Eyck, 1st battalion, New Jersey Volunteers. He was born in Mine Brook, N. J.; died in Benton, N. Y.
[p.139] Caleb Grosvenor (1751-1807) served as a private in Capt Samuel McClelland's company at the Lexington Alarm. He was born in Pomfret, Conn.; died in Pittsfield, Mass.
John Hall (1750-1821) served, 1778, as a lieutenant in Capt. William Hepburn's company, Col. Cookson Long's regiment of Northumberland County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Basking Ridge, N. J.; died in Geneva, N. Y.
Hosea Merrill (1761-1853) was placed on the pension roll of Berkshire County, 1831, for service as private, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Pittsfield, Mass.
Peter Goertner (1736-1813) enlisted in the Tryon County, New York militia under Capt. Hendrick Herder and Col. Peter Bellinger; was engaged in the battle of Oriskany. He was born in Germany; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.
Joab Stafford (1729-1801) was a captain in the Berkshire volunteers at the battle of Bennington, where he was wounded. He was on the invalid pension roll when he died at Cheshire, Mass.
Abijah White (1763-1842) served, 1779, as a private in the company of Captain Miller, Colonel Hawkins' regiment, for which service he was placed on the pension roll, 1833. He was born in Chatham, Conn.; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.
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Mrs. Olive Stafford Davis Whitaker.
DAR ID Number: 77278
Born in Canajoharie, N. Y.
Wife of Charles Henry Whitaker.
Descendant of Capt. Joab Stafford, Peter Goertner, and Abijah White.
Daughter of William Henry Davis (1824-1902) and Anna Catherine Goertner (1830-69), his wife, m. 1853.
Granddaughter of John P. Davis (1795-1860) and Olive Stafford (1795-1848), his wife, m. 1818; George Goertner, Jr. (1801-79), and Lucinda White (1807-77), his wife.
Gr-granddaughter of Richard Stafford (1763-1826) and Susan Brown (1766-1852), his wife, m. 1782; George Goertner (b. 1767) and Anna Catherine Westerman, his wife, m. 1791; Abijah White and Hannah Hall, his wife, m. 1789.
Gr-gr-granddaughter of Joab Stafford and Susannah Spencer (1729-95), his wife, m. 1751; Peter Goertner and Mary Catherine Barzy, his wife.
Joab Stafford (1729-1801) was captain of the Berkshire County, New York volunteers. He was in the battle of Bennington, where he was wounded. He was on the invalid pension roll when he died, at Cheshire, Mass.
Peter Goertner (1736-1813) enlisted in the Tryon County, New York militia, under Capt. Hendrick Herder and Col. Peter Bellinger, and was in the battle of Oriskany. He was born in Germany; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.
Abijah White (1763-1842) served, 1779, as a private in the company of Captain Miller, Colonel Hawkins' regiment, for which service he was placed on the pension roll, 1832. He was born in Chatham, Conn.; died in Canajoharie, N. Y.

Mrs. May Cynthia Whiting Westerman.
DAR ID Number: 96012
Born in St. Joseph, Mo.
Wife of Theodore Westerman.
Descendant of Lieut. Zachariah Whiting, Sergt. Enoch Collamore, Capt. Pyam Cushing, Lieut. David Hersey, Hezekiah Stoddard, John Lawrence Talbott, Theophilus Cushing and Theophilus Wilder, as follows:
1. Anson Virgil Whiting (b. 1838) m. 2nd 1872 Emily Jane Cole (b. 1850).
2. Gilman Collamore Whiting (1809-92) m. 1829 Diantha Stoddard (1804-84); Hezekiah Frederick Cole (1821-70) m. 1846 Drucilla Jane Talbott (1824-96).
3. Theophilus Whiting (1775-1831) m. 1798 Hannah Collamore; Nathan Stoddard (1772-1855) m. Desire Hersey (1769-1849); Richard Talbott m. 1810 Sarah Ann Fairall (1794-1868).
4. Zachariah Whiting m. 1770 Keziah Wilder (1747-1834); Enoch Collamore m. 1774 Hannah Cushing (1753-1824); David Hersey m. 1764 Elizabeth Jenkins (1748-1820); Hezekiah Stoddard m. 1771 Lydia Farrow; John Lawrence Talbott m. 1784 Henrietta Phillips.
5. Pyam Cushing m. 1751 Hannah Lincoln (1729-1813); Theophilus Wilder m. 1732 Mary Hersey (1711-1805).
6. Theophilus Cushing m. 1723 Hannah Waterman (b. 1704).
Zachariah Whiting (1747-1814) responded to the Lexington Alarm and also served as sergeant, 1776, and, 1778, was lieutenant in Capt. [p.5] Elias Whiton's company of Guards on duty at Boston. He was born and died in Hingham, Mass.
Enoch Collamore (1745-1824) served as sergeant, Capt. John Clapp's company of minute men at the Lexington Alarm. He was a member of the Committee of Correspondence, and also member of the General Court, 1781. He was born and died in Scituate, Mass.
Pyam Cushing (1725-76) marched with his company from Hingham to reenforce Dorchester Heights. He was born and died in Hingham, Mass.
David Hersey (1746-1827) turned out on the Lexington Alarm and, in 1776, served as 2nd lieutenant in Capt. Isaac Thayer's Company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment. He was born and died in Abington, Mass.
Hezekiah Stoddard (1747-1825) served as a private in Capt. Galen Clapp's company of militia, Col. Anthony Thomas' regiment, which marched on the Lexington Alarm. He was born and died in Scituate, Mass.
John Lawrence Talbott (1750-1825) signed the Oath of Allegiance, 1778, in Anne Arundel County, Md., where he was born and died.
Theophilus Cushing (1703-79) was Selectman, 1778, from Hingham, Mass., where he was born and died.
Theophilus Wilder (1710-87), in 1778, served in Col. David Cushing's regiment for the defense of Nantasket. He was born and died in Hingham, Mass.

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Rice Sylvester.
DAR ID Number: 109982
Born in Aurora, Ill.
Wife of Loren B. Sylvester.
Descendant of Lieut. Jacob Shoemaker, Peter Westerman and Jacob Arndt, as follows:
1. Isaac W. Rice (1838-1907) m. 1868 Mary E. Shoemaker (1841-1922).
2. Jacob A. Shoemaker (1815-76) m. 1836 Catherine Wohlgemuth (1818-91).
3. Abraham Shoemaker (1779-1824) m. Maria Elizabeth Westerman (1783-1830).
4. Jacob Shoemarker m. Elizabeth Arndt (1750-97); Peter Westerman m. Maria Elizabeth Dunkel.
5. Jacob Arndt m. Anna Elizabeth Geiger (1726-97).
Jacob Shoemaker (1744-1810) was lieutenant in Capt. Kilian Leiby's 8th company, 1st battalion, Northampton County militia. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Easton, Pa.
Peter Westerman served as private in Capt. Adam Leipe's company, Col. Samuel Clyde's New York regiment. He was born in New York; died in Montgomery County, N. Y.
Jacob Arndt (1725-1805) was a delegate to the Provincial Congress from Pennsylvania and commissioner of Excise for Northampton County, Pa. He was born in Germany; died in Easton, Pa.

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