Our Patriots

Listed on this page are the patriot ancestors of the current members of the Thomas Heyward, Jr Chapter NSDAR.  Our American Revolutionary War patriots include signers of the Declaration of Independence, members of the Continental Army, local and state militia, and men and women who rendered other types of aid to the cause of independence.  

If you have information about one of your ancestors who 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, joining our chapter, or have any questions, please look at the Genealogy Resources page of our website or send us a message using our Contact Us page. We are here to help you!

 

Connecticut

Alden, Daniel

Grosvenor, Thomas

Hall, Peter

Marvin, Uriah

Osgood, Jeremiah

Reynolds, James

Georgia

Bugg, Elizabeth Hobson

Bugg, Sherwood

Bunnell, Anthony

Green, McKeen

Jones, James

Sumner, Joseph

Maryland

Anderson, Richard

Cottingham, Thomas

Lazenby, Thomas

Magruder, Zadock

Osborne, John

Purviance, Robert

Massachusetts

Bradford, Peleg

Childs, Timothy

Childs, Jr., Timothy

Comfort, Ingraham

Comstock, Rufus

Gail, Eli

Gleason, Abner

Heard, David

Ingraham, Comfort

Kendall, Jesse

Morton, Ichabod

Noble, Daniel

Onthank, William

Richardson, Thomas

Tiffany, John

Tingley, Elkanah

Toogood, William

Wight, Henry

Wilmarth, Jr., Thomas

Wilmarth, Sr., Thomas

New Hampshire

Chase, Abraham

Clough, Josiah

Corser, Jr., John

Spaulding, Levi

New Jersey

 

Buchanan, Alexander

Rosenkrans, John

New York

Brown, Zephaniah

Mott, William

Tiebout, George

North Carolina

Bryant II, David

Cornelison, Conrad

Daniels, William

Fain, Nicholas

Fain, Thomas

Ingraham Joseph

Keenan, James

Kelly, William S.

Lane, Martin

Manny, Christian

Moore, John

Nelson, John

Osborn, Christopher

Poindexter, Thomas

Sowell, James

Spear, William

Team, Adam

Team, Jacob

Wiseman, William

 

Pennsylvania

Aderhold, Frederick William

Dunn, James

Frew, Alexander

Galloway, George

Hannum, John

Junkin, Sr., Lancelot

Longstreth, Daniel

Lowmiller, Henry

Manning, Lawrence

McCormick, John

McFarland, William

Michener, Mordecai

Michener, William

Snaveley, Hans Casper

Spangler, Michael

Utter, Abraham

Rhode Island

Witter, Josiah

South Carolina

Cantey, Charles

Caston, Glass

Felder, Sr., Henry 

Fetner, John Aberhard

Fishburn, William

Glover, Joseph

Heyward, Jr., Thomas

Jones, Jeremiah

Kilgore, Benjamin

Kinloch, Francis

Knight, John

LaGrone, John

Lide, Robert

Logan, Francis

Maner, William

McCall, Charles

McGill, Samuel

McMullen, James

Porter, Phillip

Powe, Thomas

Ravenel, Henry

Richardson, Richard

Richardson, William

Rutledge, John

Sinclair, James

Toomer, Joshua

Waties, Thomas

Watson, Michael

Wilkins, Benjamin

Williams, James

 

 

Vermont

Vail, Micah

 

 

Virginia

Alford, William

Cardwell, Robert

Clopton, William

Evans, William

Fortson, Thomas

Hamilton, James

Harrison, Robert

Henry, Hugh

Johnston, William

Kearney, Anthony

Landrum, James

Landrum, Younger

Leadbetter, Drury

Lemasters, Benjamin

Love, Robert

Lyle, Maher Shallal Hasby

Marks, Edward

McWilliams, John

Meader, Ambrose

Meredith, Elisha

Nelson, John

Reed, Jonathan

Rockwell, Claiborne

Roush, Philip

Runyon, John

Thompson, Thomas

Wyche, Peter

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John Rutledge, first governor of South Carolina after the Declaration of Independence.

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Thomas Heyward, Jr., signer of the Declaration of Independence from South Carolina.

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Richard Richardson, Brigadier General in the South Carolina State Militia.

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