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I have presently located 25 members of our family Tree on mother's side and 5 on my father's side that served in the Revolutionary War. I hope to be adding information in order to help others find their relatives that connect to these lines:
Those that served on Maternal side: Jacob Weller; wife Christina Criviling Creveling)NJ Christina Creveling's father Johannes Creveling's 3 sons, NJ Andrew and Jacob served as well as William Creveling Henry Brugler, wife Martha Brown NJ Samuel Brugler and his son Peter Brugler James Brown, Martha's father NJ (wife Sarah Allison) John Schoch, wife Elizabeth Dieterly PA Elizabeth Dieterly's father Michael Dieterly PA, wife Barbara Borneman George Uhler, wife Margaret Messner (Messinger) PA Johan Michael Messinger father of Margaret Peter Breidinger, wife Anna Maria Glass PA Michael Glass (father of Anna Maria) George Messinger PA Peter and Henry Snyder NJ John Flory (Florhi)wife Elizabeth Breidinger Henry Hubler Samuel Brugler (and his son Peter Brugler) Francis Hagerman William Weller wife Margaret Baylor Michael Baylor (father of Margaret) David Hill's father William Hill Johan Christopher Illick Abraham Labar John Long Michael Raub and wife Anna Kuhl William Kuhl SR (father of Anna Kuhl above) Richard Shackleton and wife son Benjamin Shackleton and wife Mary Ogden Gabriel Ogden (father of Mary) married to Mary Shotwell (traces back to John Ogden Jr. & Judith Budd, son of John Ogden the Pilgrim)
Other Maternal lines:
Allison Harrison Shotwell
Paternal Side: also of Rev War Service American cause:
Richard Dickinson CT John Ingraham II CT John Ingraham III CT Stone Pease and his father Aaron Pease Joseph PARSONS CT Emes MA and NY
Orser NY & Canada was on the Tory side
founders of the town of Saybrook CT: John Ingraham Richard Dickinson John Lay JohnTully William Tully Beaumont Hancock Lt. William Pratt
My family also traces back to John Hancock, signer of the Declaration of Independence through his Uncle Thomas who helped to raise him; they both go back to the same grandfather.
Other family names I am working on in my husband's lines are:
Hering Campbell Lewis Mulholland
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