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Linda Haas Davenport (May 1998)

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Copies of these Applications may be ordered from The Daughters of The American Revolution's web site: http://www.dar.org.

In the early days applications for membership were submitted and very little checking was done of the information contained in the applications. More current applications are verified for accuracy. So if one of the applications you are interested in was submitted several years ago remember to verify all information !!!

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9 page 230 -

Mrs. Lide Chatham Kress. DAR ID Number: 8613. Born in Pennsylvania; Wife of Wilson Conrad Kress.

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Philip De Haas, Lieut. John Philip De Haas, Jr., and Capt. William Shippen, of Pennsylvania.

Daughter of Hon. James Chatham and Henrietta De Haas, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Hanna Morrison, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas, Jr., and Ann Shippen, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Eleanor De Haas, his wife; and of William Shippen.

John Philip De Haas, 1775, was major of Provincial troops and 1776 was promoted to colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier general, Continental Army. He died in Philadelphia in 1786, at the age of fifty-one.

John Philip De Haas, Jr., 1776, served under his father.

William Shippen, 1776, was captain of marines on the privateer "Hancock." After a successful voyage he joined the army at Princeton and was killed during the battle.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 2 [p.442] page 78: Submitter: Mrs. Caroline Requia Hooker. DAR ID Number: 15193. Born in New York. Wife of George Seeley Hooker.

Descendant of Nicholas Dunckel, of New York.

Daughter of Peter Haas and Nancy Failing, his wife.

Granddaughter of Warner Failing and Elizabeth Dunckel, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Nicholas Dunckel and Anna Shanman, his wife.

Nicholas Dunckel served in the Tryon county militia and was at the battle of Oriskany. He was placed on the pension roll of Montgomery county, 1834, at seventy-five.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19

Mrs. Elizabeth Haas Lowrie. DAR ID Number: 18052 Born in Union Mills, Indiana. Wife of Rev. Matthew B. Lowrie.

Descendant of Ens. Ambrose Everts, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Samuel Goode Haas and Sarah Heywood Everts, his wife.

Granddaughter of Silvanus Everts, M. D., and Elizabeth Heywood, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Everts and Achsa Bingham, his wife.

Ambrose Everts, (1759-1800), served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm and was appointed ensign of the Sixth Company of the Alarm list, 1778. He was born in Guilford, Conn., and died in Ohio.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 19 Mrs. Jane Weaver Haas Engle. DAR ID Number: 18147 Born in Sunbury, Pennsylvania. Wife of Norman S. Engle.

Descendant of Capt. Michael Weaver, of Pennsylvania.

Daughter of Henry Haas and Catharine Weaver, his wife.

Granddaughter of Jonas Weaver (1762-1838) and Elizabeth Miller, his wife.

[p.56] Gr.-granddaughter of Michael Weaver and Margaret Hess, his wife.

Michael Weaver served as captain of Northumberland county militia in the battles of New Jersey and was at Valley Forge. He was born in Germany, settled in Berks county, Pa., removed to Northumberland county, where he died in 1821, and is buried on his farm.

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Mrs. Minnie Samuels Haas Christian. DAR ID Number: 20122 Born in Chicago, Illinois.Wife of John Henry Christian.

Descendant of Capt. Dirck Pennybacker, Alexander McNutt and Capt. John Grigsby, of Virginia.

Daughter of Charles Edwin Haas and Isabella R. Hamilton, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Haas and Ruth Samuels, his wife; John Hamilton and Elizabeth McNutt, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Isaac Samuels and Elizabeth Pennybacker, his wife; Alexander McNutt and Rachel Grigsby, his wife, m. 1788.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Dirck Pennybacker and Hannah De Haven, his wife; John Grigsby and Elizabeth Porter (1734-1807), his second wife, m. 1764.

Dirck Pennybacker, (1737-99), although a Quaker, served as captain of Berks county militia. He was born in Philadelphia Co., Pa.; died in Shenandoah Co., Va.

Alexander McNutt, (1754-1812), served in Gen. Daniel Morgan's rifle regiment at Cowpens, where his brother, Robert, was mortally wounded. He was born and died in Rockbridge county, Va.

Also Nos. 1964, 2793, 3814, 6502, 12267.

John Grigsby, (1720-94), commanded a company in the Thirteenth Regiment, Virginia Line. As he had served in two wars he was known as "Soldier John." He was born in Stafford county; died in Rockbridge county, Va.

Also No. 16663.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 21

Mrs. Julia Haas Emery. DAR ID Number: 20463 Born in Union Mills, Indiana. Wife of Sloan M. Emery.

Descendant of Ensign Ambrose Everts, of Connecticut.

Daughter of Samuel Goode Haas and Sarah Heywood Everts, his wife.

Granddaughter of Silvanus Everts, M. D., and Elizabeth Heywood, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Ambrose Everts and Achsa Bingham, his wife.

Ambrose Everts, (1759-1800), served as sergeant at the Lexington Alarm, and as ensign in the Sixth Company of the Alarm list, 1778. He was born in Guilford, Conn.; died in Marietta, Ohio.

Also Nos. 18052, 19298.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 39 -page 145. Mrs. Mary De Haas Gill. DAR ID Number: 38394 Born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Wife of William Andrew Gill.

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Philip de Haas, of Pennsylvania.

[p.145] Daughter of William Lawrence Hoblitzell and Mary de Haas, his wife.

Granddaughter of Wills de Haas and Amanda Hoblitzell, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Charles de Haas and Myra Fields, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob de Haas and Mary Baum, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Eleanor -, his wife.

John Philip de Haas, (1735-86), was major of militia, 1775, promoted colonel, 1776, and 1777, was made brigadier general of Continental army. He was born in Lebanon; died in Philadelphia.

Also Nos. 4052, 6302, 8613.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume page 145

 Mrs. Margaret Hoblitzell Reeves. DAR ID Number: 38395 Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts.

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Philip de Haas.

Daughter of William Lawrence Hoblitzell and Mary de Haas, his wife.

See No. 38394.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 39 [pg.262]

Mrs. Carry Haas Redsecker. DAR ID Number: 38705 Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wife of George S. Redsecker.

Descendant of John Haas, Peter Haas, of Pennsylvania, and John Louderback, of New Jersey.

Daughter of Edwin Haas and Catherine Reily, his wife.

Granddaughter of John K. Haas and Jane Lauderback, his wife.

Gr.-granddaughter of Samuel Haas and Elizabeth Edwards, his wife; William Luderback and Jane Jonson, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Peter Haas and Susannah Keil, his wife; John Louderback and Amelia Harris, his wife.

Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Haas and Elizabeth Helling, his wife.

John Haas, (1737-1802), served as private in the militia of Bucks county, where he was born.

Peter Haas, (1758-1808), served in Capt. Louis Farmer's Co., at Long Island where it lost heavily in the battle.

John Louderback, (1756-1802), served as a private in Armand's Partisan Legion. He was born and died in Pilesgrove.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 45 page 343

 Mrs. Elizabeth Janvier Humphrey. DAR ID Number: 44857 Born in McDonough, Del. Wife of Warden R. Humphrey.

Descendant of Lieut. Francis Janvier of Delaware.

Daughter of James J. Janvier and Jane L. Boyd, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Janvier and Eliza McDonough, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Philip Janvier and Rebecca Golden, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Francis Janvier and Sarah De Haas, his wife.

Francis Janvier (1744-98) served as lieutenant in Capt. John Clark's company, Delaware militia 1779-80 from New Castle where he was born.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 49 page 389

 Mrs. Casilda Lynn Landenberger. DAR ID Number: 48861 Born in Philadelphia, Pa. Wife of J. William Landenberger.

Descendant of John Haas and of Peter Haas of Pennsylvania.

[p.389] Daughter of John William Lynn (1829-75) and Jane L. Haas (b. 1838), his wife.

Granddaughter of John Kennedy Haas (b. 1811) and Jane K. Lauderbach, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Haas (d. 1820) and Elizabeth Edwards, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Haas and Susannah Kiel, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Haas and Elizabeth Hellwig, his wife.

John Haas (1737-1802) served as private in the militia of Bucks County, where he was born. He died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Peter Haas (1758-1808) served in Capt. Louis Farmer's company at Long Island, where it lost heavily in the battle. He was born in Philadelphia; died in New Britain, Pa. Pa.

Also No. 38705.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 50 page 77

 Mrs. Alice De Haas McCloskey. DAR ID Number: 49174 Born in Clinton County, Pa. Wife of David B. McCloskey.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. John Philip de Haas.

Daughter of Joseph Morrison de Haas and Sarah Heckman, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Philip de Haas, Jr., and Hannah Montgomery, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Ann Shippen, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Eleanor de Haas, his wife.

John Philip de Haas (1735-86), in 1775, was major of the Provincial troops and, 1776, was promoted colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier-general, Continental Army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Also No. 8613.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 52 page 232

 Mrs. Jennie Chatham Schneider. DAR ID Number: 51530 Born in Lock Haven, Pa.

Descendant of Brig. Gen. John Phillip de Haas.

Daughter of John Hall Chatham and Hannah Anne de Haas, his wife.

Granddaughter of John Philip de Haas, 3rd, and Hannah Morrison, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Phillip de Haas, 2nd, and Anne Shippen, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Phillip de Haas, 1st, and Eleanor de Haas, his wife.

John Phillip de Haas, 1st (1732-86), in 1775 was major of Pennsylvania Provincials, and in 1777 had risen to the rank of brigadier general, Continental army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 193

 Miss Ida Virginia Goodall. DAR ID Number: 54445 Born in Philadelphia, Pa.

Descendant of Pleasant Goodall.

Daughter of Albert Gallatin Goodall and Emma Haas, his wife.

Granddaughter of Samuel Goodall and Elizabeth Rebecca Lucas, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of Pleasant Goodall and Mary -, his wife.

Pleasant Goodall in 1779 served as a private under General Ashe at the battle of Brier Creek. He was born in Virginia; died in Burke County, Ga., after 1796.

Also No. 53009.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 55 page 385

 Mrs. Lily G. Goodall Hubert. DAR ID Number: 54887 Born in New York, N. Y. Wife of Philip G. Hubert.

Descendant of Pleasant Goodall, of Georgia.

Daughter of Albert Gallatin Goodall and Emma Haas, his wife.

See No. 54445.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 59 [p.345] INDEX page 105

 Mrs. Grace Tuttle Schafer. DAR ID Number: 58300 Born in Exeter, Ill. Wife of Robert Robison Schafer.

Descendant of John Davis.

Daughter of Charles B. Tuttle and Mary Elgin Martin (1858-80), his wife.

Granddaughter of Joseph Martin (1831-60) and Eleanor Jane Davis (1833-76), his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of William Davis (1803-53) and Catherine Whimley Reeves (1813-50), his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Davis and Ellisif de Haas (1765-1840), his wife.

John Davis (1760-1823) enlisted at the age of sixteen as a private in a Pennsylvania battalion under Capt. Thomas Craig. Colonel St. Clair, 1776. He was born in Chester County, Pa.; died in Allegheny County, Pa.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 62 page 161

 Mrs. Nina Walker Wolfe. DAR ID Number: 61466 Born in Clinton, Pa.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. John Philip de Haas.

Daughter of Cyrus Walker and Lucella de Haas, his wife.

Granddaughter of Joseph de Haas and Sara Heckman, his wife.

Gr-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Hannah (Montgomery) Morrison, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Ann Shippen, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Philip de Haas and Eleanor -, his wife.

John Philip de Haas (1735-86) in 1775 was major of the Provincial troops and, 1776, was promoted colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier general, Continental Army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Also No. 49174.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70 page 119

 Mrs. Edith Lynn Marter. DAR ID Number: 69330 Born in Philadelphia, Pa. Wife of William Emerson Marter.

Descendant of John Haas.

Daughter of John William Lynn (1829-75) and Jane Louderback Hass (1838-1908), his 2nd wife, m. 1861.

Granddaughter of John K. Hass (1811-54) and Jane Louderback (1814-79), his wife, m. 1835.

Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Haas and Elizabeth Edwards, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Haas and Susannah Keil, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Haas and Elizabeth Hellwig, his wife.

John Haas (1737-1802) served as private in the militia of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, where he was born. He died in Philadelphia.

Also No. 48861.

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 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 74 page 29

 Mrs. Elizabeth De Haas Hughes Kerns. DAR ID Number: 73071 Born in Sicily, Ohio. Wife of Charles M. Kerns.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. John Philip De Haas,

Daughter of Solomon Hughcs (1839-1908) and Mary De Haas (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1868.

Granddaughter of Charles De Haas (1822-99) and Elizabeth Florence (b. 1829), his wife, m. 1848.

Gr-granddaughter of John De Haas (1792-1876) and Susannah Puckett (1800-48), his wife, m. 1821.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob De Haas and Mary Baum, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Eleanore -, his wife.

John Philip De Haas (1735-86) in 1775 was major of the Provincial troops, and in 1776, was promoted colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier-general, Continental Army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Also Nos. 49174, 61466.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 76 page 200

 Mrs. Lola Fitz-Hugh Ashton Franklin. DAR ID Number: 75528 Born in Manassas, Va.Wife of Thomas E. Franklin.

Descendant of John DuVal, Lieut.-Col. William Alexander, and Lieut. Philip Stuart.

Daughter of Horace Ashton (b. 1852) and Grace Adeline Tyler (b. 1852), his wife, m. 1879.

Granddaughter of Dr. Horace Dade Ashton (d. 1894) and Martha Thornton (d. 1891), his wife; John Tyler (1816-94) and Frances Haas Thornton (1821-1903), his wife, m. 1847.

Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Burdette Ashton and Segismunda Foote (d. 1883), his wife; Freeman Tyler (1775-1829) and Grace Contee Harrison, his wife, m. 1798; Stuart Gibbons Thornton (1790-1840) and Mary Frances Adeline Stuart (1800-40), his wife, m. 1817 (parents of Frances Haas).

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Samuel Tyler (1737-1805) and Susanna DuVal, his wife; William Foote and Sarah Alexander (b. 1767), his wife; Philip Stuart and Mary Baynes, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John DuVal and Anne Fowler, his wife; William Alexander and Segismunda Mary Massie, his wife, m. 1765.

[p.200] John DuVal (1712-91) was a member of the Committee of Inspection during the Revolution from Prince Georges County, Md., where he was born and died.

William Alexander (1744-1814) was a member of the Committee of Safety and lieutenant-colonel of militia. He was born and died in Prince William County, Va.

Also No. 43406.

Philip Stuart (1760-1830) served, 1780, as lieutenant in the 1st and 3rd Continental Dragoons, wounded at Eutaw Springs, 1781, and transferred to Baylor's Dragoons, 1782, serving until the close of the war. He was born in Fredericksburg, Va.; died in Washington, D. C.

Also No. 67886.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 79 [p.367] INDEX page 200

 Mrs. Ruth De Haas Balfour. DAR ID Number: 78551 Born in Hillsboro, Ohio. Wife of Lloyd G. Balfour.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. John Philip De Haas.

Daughter of Thomas Warren De Haas (b. 1857) and Amanda Jane Landes (b. 1861), his wife, m. 1887.

Granddaughter of Charles De Haas (1822-99) and Elizabeth Florence (b. 1829), his wife, m. 1848.

Gr-granddaughter of John De Haas (1792-1876) and Susannah Puckett (1800-48), his wife, m. 1821.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jacob De Haas and Mary Baum, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Philip De Haas and Eleanor -, his wife.

John Philip De Haas (1735-86) in 1775 was major of the Provincial troops, and, 1776, was promoted colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier-general, Continental Army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Also Nos. 49174, 61466, 73071.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 84 page 102

 Mrs. Caroline Haas Reimer. DAR ID Number: 83275 Born in Philadelphia, Pa. Wife of Augustus Reimer.

Descendant of John Haas, as follows:

1. John K. Haas (1811-54), m. 1835, Janet Louderback (1814-79).

2. Samuel Haas, m. Elizabeth Edwards.

3. Peter Haas, m. Susannah Keil.

4. John Haas, m. Elizabeth Hellwig.

John Haas (1737-1802) served as private in the militia of Bucks County, Pa., where he was born. He died in Philadelphia.

Also No. 69330.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 86 page 342

 Mrs. Helen A. Davis Allinson. DAR ID Number: 85892 Born in Sunbury, Pa. Wife of Albert L. Allinson.

Descendant of Adt. John Davis, Maj. Anthony Selin, and Capt. Michael Weaver, as follows:

1. Henry Eyer Davis (b. 1845), m. 1869, Catherine Haas (b. 1844).

2. James Keimer Davis, Jr. (1815-94), m. 1843, Agnes Swineford (1821-1910); Henry Haas (1808-88), m. 1839, Catherine Weaver (1819-83).

4. James Keimer Davis (1779-1847), m. 1808, Agnes Selin (d. 1824); Jonas Weaver (1762-1838), m. Elizabeth Miller (1775-1852).

5. John Davis, m. 1776, Lydia Keimer (1760-1809); Anthony Selin, m. Catherine Snyder; Michael Weaver, m. Margaret Hess.

John Davis (1746-1810) served as adjutant in the Flying Camp, 1776, in Capt. Robert Cluggage's company, Col. William Thompson's regiment, of Lancaster County, Pa., where he was born.

Anthony Selin was captain of Dragoons, Continental army, 1776; served in Hazen's regiment, "Congress Own" and was brevetted major at the close of the war. He was a member of the Cincinnati. He was born in Switzerland; died in 1792, in Selins Grove, Pa.

Also No. 29235.

[p.342] Michael Weaver (1739-1834) commanded a company, 1776, in the 4th battalion, Cumberland County Associators under Col. Philip Cole. He was born in Wurttemberg, Germany; died in Northumberland County, Pa.

Also No. 62648.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 89 page 266

 Mrs. Florence Holmes Mahoney. DAR ID Number: 88841 Born in Aurora, Ill. Wife of Lewis A. Mahoney.

Descendant of Capt. Israel Richardson, as follows:

1. William E. Holmes (b. 1837) m. 1865 Eliza Haas (b. 1847).

2. Harry Holmes (1800-81) m. Hannah Richardson.

3. Israel Richardson, Jr. (1759-1840) m. Hannah Kellogg (d. 1846).

4. Israel Richardson m. 1757 Susanna Forbush (1735-1806).

Israel Richardson (1736-1800) commanded a company in the Hampshire County, Massachusetts militia. He was born in Brookfield, Mass.; died in Woodstock, Vt.

Also No. 29961.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 98 [p.313] INDEX page 13  

Mrs. Clara Haas Bent. DAR ID Number: 97043 Born in Terre Haute, Ind. Wife of Walter S. Bent.

Descendant of Jacob Hackleman, as follows:

1. James Milo Haas (1845-99) m. 1871 Maria Hackleman (b. 1847).

2. Elijah Hackleman (1817-1900) m. 1841 Margaret Davison (1821-83).

3. Abraham Hackleman (1775-1858) m. 1796 Margaret Tyner (1778-1845).

4. Jacob Hackleman m. 1773 Mary Osborn (1754-1824).

Jacob Hackleman (1752-1829) enlisted in the North Carolina Line, and was wounded in the right arm. He hired John Grant to serve the rest of the time. He was born in Maryland; died in Rush County, Ind.

Also No. 73985.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 233

Mrs. Emetta Hoffman Beekman. DAR ID Number: 98739 Born in Hunterdon County, N. J. Wife of Daniel H. Beekman.

Descendant of John Hoffman and of John Haas, as follows:

1. Henry C. Hoffman (b. 1833) m. 1856 Catharine E. Rinehart (b. 1833).

2. John I. Hoffman (1792-1865) m. Lydia Haas (1805-81).

3. John Hoffman m. Elizabeth A. Young (1752-1828); John Haas (1785-1845) m. 1804 Alice Wyckoff (1786-1868).

4. John Haas m. Lydia Rice.

John Hoffman (1746-1828) served as a minute man from Morris County in the New Jersey militia. He was born in New Jersey**** died in Cokesbury, N. J.

John Haas (1757-1838) was pensioned, 1834, for service as private 1776, in Captain Jacob Degroot's company, Col. Stephen Hunt's regiment, New Jersey Line. He was born in Monmouth County**** died in Hunterdon County, N. J.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 [p.309] NDEX page 122 

Mrs. Grace Samuel Kent. DAR ID Number: 103396 Born in Johnstown, Pa. Wife of Ralph Kent.

Descendant of Jacob Ringler, as follows:

1. Eben Samuel (b. 1855) m. 1875 Emma Garman (b. 1859).

2. Joseph A. Garman (1820-64) m. 1838 Mary A. Rusheberger (1816-62).

3. Jacob Rusheberger (1785-1862) m. 1810 Ann Ringler (1786-1850).

4. Jacob Ringler m. Agnes Haas (d. 1823).

Jacob Ringler (1755-1821) enlisted, 1777, as a drummer in Capt. John Davis' company, 9th Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in York County; died in Stoyestown, Pa.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 104 [p.309] INDEX page 122

 Mrs. Susan Samuel Stephens. DAR ID Number: 103397 Born in Johnstown, Pa. Wife of John H. Stephens.

Descendant of Jacob Ringler, John Ringler, John Hite, Conrad Hite, and Adam Reichenbach (Rushenberger), as follows:

1. Eben Samuel (b. 1855) m. 1875 Emma Garman (b. 1859).

2. Joseph Anthony Garman (1820-64) m. 1838 Mary A. Rueshenberger (1816-62).

3. Jacob Rushenberger (1785-1862) m. 1810 Ann Ringler (1786-1850); John B. Garman (1792-1836) m. 1819 Sarah Hite (1790-1837).

4. Jacob Ringler m. Agnes Haas (d. 1823); Conrad Hite m. Maria A. - (d. 1836); Adam Reichenbach (Rushenberger) m. Polly -. See No. 103396.

5. John Hite; John Ringler m. 1748 Anna Mary Niss.

John Ringler (1728-98) served as private in Capt. Simon Koppen-haven's company, York County, Pennsylvania militia, 1782. He was born in Lancaster County; died in York County, Pa.

John Hite (1741-86) served as private, 1778, in Captain Henderson's company, 9th Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Pennsylvania; died in Bedford County, Pa.

Conrad Hite (1760-1835) served, 1779, as private in Capt. Joseph Irwin's company, Colonel Broadhead's 8th regiment, Pennsylvania troops. He was born in Bedford, Pa.; died in Pennsylvania.

Adam Reichenbach (1754-1835) enlisted, 1777, under Captain Shaffer, Colonel Geiger, Pennsylvania troops. In 1836, he applied for a pension. His claim was allowed. He was born in Milford; died in Lehigh County, Pa.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 105 page 208 

Mrs. M. Alma Swartz Neilly. DAR ID Number: 104624 Born in Howard, Pa. Wife of Robert L. Neilly.

Descendant of Brig.-Gen. John Philip De Haas, as follows:

1. George W. Swartz (b. 1850) m. 1876 Charity Jane Lucas (b. 1848).

2. George Swartz (1819-49) m. 1844 Margaret De Haas (1824-96).

3. William De Haas (d. 1875).

[p.208] 4. John Philip De Haas, Jr. (d. 1826), m. 1792 Ann Shippen.

5. John Philip De Haas m. Eleanor -.

John Philip De Haas (1735-86) was major of the Provincial troops, and, 1776, promoted colonel. In 1777 he was made brigadier-general, Continental Army. He was born in Holland; died in Philadelphia, Pa.

Also No. 78551.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 106 page 135  

Mrs. Elizabeth Haas Lowrie. DAR ID Number: 105413 Born in Union Mills, Ind. Wife of Rev. M. B. Lowrie.

Descendant of Lieut. Ambrose Everts, as follows:

1. Samuel Goode Haas (1821-59) m. 1844 Sarah Heywood Everts (1823-1907).

2. Sylvanus Everts, M. D. (1787-1878) m. 2nd 1820 Elizabeth Heywood (1795-1867).

3. Ambrose Everts m. 1784 Achsah Bingham (b. 1766).

[p.135] Ambrose Everts (1759-99) responded to the Lexington Alarm as sergeant and was appointed ensign of the 6th company of the alarm list, 1778, and served as lieutenant, 1780, in Colonel Worthington's Connecticut regiment. He was born in Connecticut; died in Ohio.

Also No. 58550.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 page 97

 Mrs. Gertrude Haas Bir. DAR ID Number: 106323 Born in Greensburg. Ind. Wife of H. S. Bir.

Descendant of Levi Weston (Wesson), as follows:

1. William J. Haas (b. 1864) m. 1894 Flora Gaines (b. 1870).

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 107 page 135

 Mrs. Gusta Haas Parsons. DAR ID Number: 106435 Born in Wabash, Ind. Wife of G. Fred Parsons.

Descendant of Asher Cox, as follows:

1. Absalom Haas (1834-99) m. 1862 Hannah Eliza Cox (1841-1906).

2. James Cox (1815-80) m. 1837 Amanda Davis (1818-80).

3. Samuel Cox (1774-1844) m. 1798 Hannah Rose (1776-1848).

4. Asher Cox m. Rebecca Holmes.

Asher Cox (1746-1812) served as a private in the Monmouth County New Jersey militia. He was born and died in Monmouth County, N. J.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 page 149

 Mrs. Lillian Jessamine Haas Edgely. DAR ID Number: 107446 Born in Alexandria, N. Y. Wife of Kenneth S. Edgely.

Descendant of Samuel Houghton, as follows:

1. Charles N. Haas (b. 1865) m. 1890 Elira C. Houghton (b. 1871).

2. Joseph Houghton (1820-1904) m. 1846 Jane Clark (b. 1828).

3. Roswell Houghton (1785-1868) m. 1805 Percy Parker (1786-1875).

4. Samuel Houghton m. 1784 Sarah Cooke (1765-1848).

Samuel Houghton (1759-1819) enlisted, 1779, and served eight months as private under Captain Stearns, Colonel Wood, Massachusetts [p.149] troops; 1780, served under Capt. Levi Warner, Col. Thomas Marshall. In 1818 he applied for a pension. He was born in Leominster, Mass.; died in Fairlee, Vt.

Also No. 101454.

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The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70 page 119

 Mrs. Edith Lynn Marter. DAR ID Number: 69330 Born in Philadelphia, Pa. Wife of William Emerson Marter.

Descendant of John Haas.

Daughter of John William Lynn (1829-75) and Jane Louderback Hass (1838-1908), his 2nd wife, m. 1861.

Granddaughter of John K. Hass (1811-54) and Jane Louderback (1814-79), his wife, m. 1835.

Gr-granddaughter of Samuel Haas and Elizabeth Edwards, his wife.

Gr-gr-granddaughter of Peter Haas and Susannah Keil, his wife.

Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of John Haas and Elizabeth Hellwig, his wife.

John Haas (1737-1802) served as private in the militia of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, where he was born. He died in Philadelphia.

Also No. 48861.

 

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