Our Patriot Ancestors

Our Patriot Ancestors

Listed on this page are the patriot ancestors of the current members of Cheyenne Mountain Chapter NSDAR. Revolutionary War patriots include signers of the Declaration of Independence, members of local and state militias, members of the Continental Army or Continental Navy, men and women who rendered other types of aid to the cause of independence, and those taking oaths of loyalty. Other included patriots are foreign soldiers who served the cause of American independence and Spanish soldiers serving in the Presidios at Santa Fe, El Paso, and New Orleans. With a few exceptions, military service began with the Battle of Lexington (19 April 1775) and ended when the British evacuated New York (26 November 1783). Patriots may have also provided civil service, conducting public business in the newly formed American states.

If you have information that one of your ancestors may have aided the cause of freedom during the American Revolution, we may be able to help you establish your genealogical line for DAR membership. If you are interested in documenting your lineage and joining our chapter, or have any questions, please visit our Membership page or send us a message using our Contact Us page.

Name Location of Service Service Description
Solomon Alston North Carolina Patriotic Service
Mordecai Beall Maryland Captain, Patriotic Service
Renny Belew, Sr. South Carolina Lieutenant, Civil Service, Patriotic Service
William Benson South Carolina Adjutant, Patriotic Service
Robert Box South Carolina Patriotic Service
John Brockman North Carolina Patriotic Service
Titus Brown Connecticut Private
John Cabaness Virginia Patriotic Service
Matthew Cabaness Virginia Patriotic Service
John Calhoun South Carolina Private
Thomas Camp, Jr. South Carolina Private
Thomas Camp, Sr. North Carolina Patriotic Service
William Carroll North Carolina Patriotic Service
John Cooley South Carolina Soldier
George Councilman Maryland Patriotic Service
Michael Dayton Connecticut Captain
William Devin, Jr. Virginia Sergeant
William Devin, Sr. Virginia Civil Service, Patriotic Service
David Dickey North Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina Sergeant, Patriotic Service
Jeremiah Doty South Carolina Captain, Patriotic Service
Barton Dyson Maryland, North Carolina Private, Patriotic Service
Barton Dyson Maryland, North Carolina Private, Patriotic Service
Absalom Ellis North Carolina Private
James Emmons Virginia Private
Samuel Farrington Massachusetts Private
Michael Foght Pennsylvania Private
Isaac Garrison North Carolina Patriotic Service
Robert Gilmore Virginia Private
James Greenlee North Carolina Soldier, Patriotic Service
Charles Hagan Virginia Private
Daniel Horlacher Pennsylvania Private
Gershom Howland Massachusetts Private
John Hughes North Carolina Patriotic Service
Mosias Jones Virginia Civil Service
Samuel King North Carolina Civil Service
Barnhart Kleber Pennsylvania Private
Barnhart Kline Pennsylvania Lieutenant
John Philip Klinger Pennsylvania Private
Valentine Kuder Pennsylvania Lieutenant
Hezekiah Lane Connecticut Civil Service, Patriotic Service
John Lemon North Carolina Patriotic Service
Jacob Lesh Pennsylvania Private
John Lillard Virginia Captain
William Mansur New Hampshire Private, Patriotic Service
William Martindale South Carolina Private
Daniel Maupin, Sr. Virginia Patriotic Service
Mosias Maupin Virginia Patriotic Service
James McCord North Carolina Patriotic Service
Nathaniel McDowell Pennsylvania Private
Alexander McKay North Carolina Private
George Myers Maryland Patriotic Service
Thomas Park North Carolina Soldier
Henry Pendleton Virginia Patriotic Service
David Phillips Pennsylvania Lieutenant Colonel
Samuel Pierce Connecticut Private
James Pinkerton South Carolina Patriotic Service
William Powe Virginia Private
Jacob Seagraves North Carolina Private
Daniel Severance New Hampshire Private
Job Spalding Massachusetts Sergeant
Nathan Stedman Connecticut Private
Urbane Terry New York Private
Thomas Tillinghast Rhode Island Civil Service
William Turner Maryland Patriotic Service
William Vaughan Virginia Captain, Patriotic Service
John Venable Virginia Patriotic Service
Jesse Warren Virginia Lieutenant
Peter Wertz Maryland Patriotic Service
Amariah Williams Connecticut Captain
Frederick William Wills Virginia Corporal
Benjamin Wright North Carolina Patriotic Service
Richard Wright, Sr. North Carolina Patriotic Service
as of July 29, 2017

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