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La Grange - Le Portage Chapter

LaGrange, Illinois

Our Patriots

Following are names, states of service, and spouses for ancestors of our chapter members. This list includes patriots of the American Revolution who contributed to the independence cause through civil or patriotic service.

Patriot's Name State of Service Spouse's name
Richard Bailey New Hampshire Hannah Burbank
Asa Banning Maryland Sabina Smith
Samuel Beeler, Jr. Pennsylvania Mary Graves
Lewis Bonnett Virginia Elizabeth Waggoner
William Bowen, Sr. Rhode Island Anna Jennings
Abel Brace Connecticut Kezia Woodruff
Benjamin Burtles Maryland Catherine
Auguste Berode de Cicaty North Carolina Holly Sablon
Johann Simon Claar Pennsylvania Anna Margaretha Klee
Roger Clements North Carolina Hannah Hathaway
Daniel Toll Clute New York Arnnetti Bancker
Stephan Cole Massachusetts  
Charles Cushman, Jr. Connecticut Desiah Branch
Stephen Day Georgia Margaret
Jacob Eatinger Pennsylvania Mary Ann Brougher
Thomas Ely Virginia Jane Smith
Thompson Epperson North Carolina Mary Isreal
William Evans Pennsylvania Margaret Davis
Phineas Fanning New York Mehitable Wells
Richard Farrar New Jersey  
Albert Finch, Sr. New York Lydia Knickerbaker
Edward Fuller Massachusetts Ruth Jackson
Isaac Gibbons Virginia Mary Gongwer
David Goodrich New York Adah Holden
Richard Harris Virginia Judith Simms
Benjamin Hawes Maryland Olive Cowell
Zechariah Hawley Massachusetts Rebecca Edwards
Hezekiah Holcomb Connecticut Susannah Alderman
Elisha Hooper Massachusetts Hannah Stevens
John Hopkins Virginia Jean Gordon
Jeremiah Houghtaling New York Margaret de la Martre
Thomas Hubbard Virginia Mary Blakely Swann
Daniel Hurd New Jersey Phoebe Conger
John Johnson Vermont Mehitable Sperry
Thomas Jones Connecticut Susannah Adams
David Kenyon Rhode Island Polly Rogers
Michael Killinger Pennsylvania Catherine Heilman
Conrad Kresge Pennsylvania Anna Margaret Kohl
William Logsdon Maryland Margaret M. Logue
Daniel Loomis Connecticut Mary Sprague
John Loomis Connecticut Salome Scott
Robert Lowrey North Carolina Amelia Hayes
Samuel Luckey North Carolina Mary
Casper Lupher Pennsylvania Barbara
Nathaniel Mead New York Mary Quimby
Mordecai Mendenhall North Carolina Charity Beesom
Aaron Miner Connecticut Hannah Baldwin
John Beach Moore North Carolina Mildred Lucas Bell
Nathaniel Morrison Virginia Thankful
David Mosley Massachusetts Lydia Gray
Lot North Connecticut Silence Horsford
Thomas Page   Abigail Dustin
John Tapley Patterson North Carolina Sarah Morgan
Rembrance Philly Connecticut Hannah Hubbard
Medad Pomeroy Connecticut Elizabeth Morrell
Moses Rawson Massachusetts Sarah Bussy
Robert Morgan Roberts Maryland Mary Richford
Richard Robertson North Carolina Sarah Rebecca Penn
Humphrey Scroggin Virginia Zilpha S. Meadows
Michael See, Jr. Virginia Elizabeth Morris
Mathias Shirts New Jersey / New Tork Susannah McGahan
Michael Shofner, Sr. Pennsylvania Margaretha Fogelman
Mark Snow Massachusetts Hannah Sears
Anthony Waddy Street Virginia Mary Stokes
John Swearingen, Sr. Pennsylvania Catherine Stull
Luke Swetland Connecticut Hannah Tiffany
Matthew Talbot, Sr. North Carolina Mary Hale Day
David Tappan New Jersey Sarah Wilkinson
William Thames North Carolina Lucy
Frederick Thompson North Carolina Nancy Coker
John Trigg Virginia Dinah Ayers
Elisha Uzzell North Carolina Dorcas Stanley
Charles Walker, Jr. Massachusetts Mary Arnold
John Wall Pennsylvania Hannah Ketchum
John Webb North Carolina Ustley
Jeremiah Wheeler Massachusetts Submit Horton
Jonathan Whitney New Hampshire Abigail Hennenway
John Willcox North Carolina Rebecca Butler
Cuthbert Williamson Virginia Susannah White
Elnathan Wilson Connecticut Elizabeth Baker
Henry Wiltsee, Jr. New York Phebe Wright
John Wolfe Maryland Margaret
Abraham Womack Georgia Martha Mitchell
Henry Woody Virginia Susannah Martin

Do you have a Revolutionary War patriot in your family tree?

Membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) honors and preserves the legacy of your patriot ancestor. Over two hundred years ago, American patriots fought and sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy today. As a member of DAR, through participation in the Society's various programs and activities, you can continue this legacy by actively supporting historic preservation, promotion of education, and patriotic endeavors.

Any woman is eligible for membership who is no less than eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. She must provide documentation for each statement of birth, marriage, death, and generational link.

If you believe that you are eligible for membership, we encourage you to contact us to learn more!

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