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Patriots' Page

Listed are the members of this chapter and the patriots
from whom they are descended.

Member Name

Patriot's Name

Patriot's Wife

Diane Moore GAUBATZ


Gideon Hotchkiss - CT


Anna Brockett


Mary Virginia Schilt GIERA


Sol. William Brockman - VA

Pvt. William Dollins - VA

William Gatewood - VA

Pvt. Rufus Pratt - MA

Pvt. Benjamin Rider, Jr. - MA

Pvt. Benjamin Rider, Sr. - MA

Pvt. Leonard Robinson - VT

Capt. Thomas Shore - VA
Pvt. Joseph Rouse - VA

Pvt. Garret VanCleve - NY

Pvt. Joseph VanCleve - NU

Lt. Ebenezer Willis - MA

Achilles Wright - VA



Jane Brockman

Mildred Wright

Hannah Ball

Sarah Pratt


Mercy Freeman Newton


Susanna Ralsback

Wilmyntee Meyers

Elizabeth Stevens

Mary Jackson



Ruth Ann Tegge GROESBECK


Joseph Chapin - MA


Abigail Chapman




Pvt Daniel Hooker - MA


Mary Gates


Marianne Gauch LAMBORNE


Pvt. Caleb Gardner - CT


Mary Champion


Frances Mabelle Vandall LOWE


Pvt. Abraham Vandal - NY


Mary Dillon


Brenda Sheneman-Holmes OZOG


John Nicholas Faust - PA


Catherine Mathes



DAR Patriot Index Lookup Service

The DAR Patriot Index contains names of Revolutionary patriots, both men and women, whose service (between 1775 and 1783) has been established by the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution.  Additional information available may include: dates and places of birth and death, name(s) of wife (wives) or husband(s), rank, type of service, and the State where the patriot lived or served. If pension papers are known to exist, that fact will be included.

If you are interested in knowing if your ancestor is recognized by the DAR as a Revolutionary Patriot, please click the link below and complete the on-line request form.. Our volunteers would be happy to check for you at no charge!



Grave marking of Real Daughter of American Revolution, Mrs. Louisa Klumph Wilson,
daughter of  Patriot Jeremiah Klumph at Newburgh Cemetery,
Livonia, Wayne County, MI in 1954-1955

Listed are the graves of patriots which have been marked.
Patriot's Name
October 17, 1931

Colonel Edward Howard

Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, MI


Before 1935



 Aquila Sturgis


Romulus, MI

A historic marker was placed during 1930-1931 at the Old Arsenal
in Dearborn, Wayne County, MI.


Listed are the historical markers placed at sites deemed historical.

Historical Site
June 14, 1930

Old Dearborn City Hall

Dearborn, Wayne Co, MI




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Last Revised 09/07/2008