Revolutionary War Ancestors of the Members

of the Josiah Brunson Chapter NSDAR

 

 

Any person who served to aid the cause of American independence during the Revolutionary War as military personnel, providers of supplies, jurors, civil servants, and other patriotic services qualify them as patriots. A list of acceptable services that qualifies an individual to be a patriot can be found at the NSDAR Acceptable Services page. We honor each of these Revolutionary War patriots.

 

Georgia

Abraham Avers

James Cartledge

Cary Cox

James Montgomery

Reuben Pound

Moses Powell

 

North Carolina

Reuben Blanchard

Daniel Brown

Charles Bullock

David Burleson

Nathan Childs, Sr.

Richard Conyers

William Cornelius

William Daniels

Thomas Davis

Felix Earnest

Henry Earnest

King Freeman

Hugh Graham

William Haddock

Drury Harrington, also SC

James Hollis

George Hostetter

Robert Howe

 

North Carolina, cont'd

Henry Lee

John Lewis

Samuel McGaughy

William Morris

James Orr

Jacob Pollard

Jacob Plunck

Jesse Revis

Josiah Roberts

John Roper

John Stovall

Josiah Stovall

Augustine Woodliffe

 

New Hampshire

Henry Morse

Abner Wheeler

 

New Jersey

Isaac Van Nuys

Garret Terhune

Stephen Terhune

Andreas Whitnack

New York

Jacob Jackson

 

Pennsylvania

David Asplaugh

Peter Boyle

Abraham Brewer

Daniel Brewer

 

South Carolina

Josiah Brunson

Jacob Busby

John Caston

Andrew Dubose

Robert Dunlap

Owen Evans

Jacob Horger

Joseph Kellett

Edward Lacy

William McKinley

James Perkins

Richardson Roundtree

James Smart

Nathan Smart

Tennessee

Henry Turney

 

Virginia

James Anderson

John Anderson

David Bradley

John Bradley

Tully Choice, Sr.

William Choice

James Craig

William Hankins

Thomas Head, Sr.

James Hogg

Margaret Kerfoot

John Loving

John Nees

Daniel Sowers

James Taylor

William Wash

Thomas Wilkins