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From: Donald Chesnut <>
Subject: Benges in DAR records
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 09:25:36 -0400


I did a search of Benges in DAR records and the following are the results.
Take them with a grain of salt.
Don

Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage
Books (136 Vols.)

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 16

Mrs. Willie Kitchens Whitaker.
DAR ID Number: 155742
Born in Acworth, Ga.
Wife of William Parker Whitaker.
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Heard and of John Williamson, as follows:
1. J. U. Kitchens (b. 1855) m. 1875 Jennie Fielder (b. 1858).
2. James Monroe Fielder (1816-63) m. Roxanna Williamson (1831-71).
3. Obediah Martin Benge Fielder (1789-1857) m. Elizabeth Thornbury
Heard (1798-1847); Adam Williamson (d. 1862) m. 1810 Elizabeth
Horton (d. 1865).
4. Joseph Heard (1773-1848) m. Nancy Stewart; John Williamson m.
Margaret (Leslie) Mitchell (d. 1828).
5. Thomas Heard m. 1765 Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (1750-90).
Thomas Heard (1742-1808) commanded a company in the Virginia state
troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Green County, Ga.
Also No. 136713.
John Williamson served as private in the Virginia troops. He was born in
Ireland; died, 1831, Butts County, Ga.
Also No. 141845.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96

Mrs. Verda Lee Gates Bean.
DAR ID Number: 95024
Born in Sardis, Miss.
Wife of Robert Perry Bean, Jr.
Descendant of William Terrell Lewis and of Samuel Hawes, as follows:
1. Andrew V. Gates (b. 1856) m. 1882 Nina Coleman (1862-1901).
2. John Gates (1812-70) m. 2nd 1840 Mary Adeline Benge (1822-98);
Albert G. Coleman (1831-1901) m. 1852 Fanny J. Semmes (1834-94).
3. Richard Benge (1769-1860) m. 1832 Jane Hinshaw (d. 1860); William
H. Coleman (1787-1842) m. 1811 Ann Hawes (1793-1852).
4. Thomas Benge (1738-98) m. 1760 Susannah Lewis (b. 1742); Richard
Hawes (1772-1829) m. 1792 Clara Walker (1776-1848).
5. William Terrell Lewis m. 1739 Sallie Martin; Samuel Hawes m. 1751
Ann Walker (b. 1731).
William Terrell Lewis (1718-1802) served as civil officer in the
Continental militia. He was born in Hanover County, Va.; died in
Nashville, Tenn.
Also No. 70458.
Samuel Hawes (1727-80) was a member of the Committee of Safety of
Caroline County, Va., where he was born and died.
Also No. 72284.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96
page 10
[p.10] Mrs. Mary Boxley Bradley.
DAR ID Number: 95025
Born in Pleasant Grove, Miss.
Wife of Dr. Robert Lee Bradley.
Descendant of William Terrell Lewis, as follows:
1. Benjamine M. Boxley (1833-1905) m. 1861 Susan Francis Gates
(1842-1906).
2. John Gates (1822-98) m. 1840 Mary Adeline Benge (1812-70).
3. Richard Benge (1769-1860) m. 1832) Jane Hinshaw (d. 1860).
See No. 95024.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 149
page 71
Mrs. Cordelia Anna Jackson Simmons.
DAR ID Number: 148234
Born in Jackson, Md.
Wife of H. Benge Simmons.
Descendant of Edward Jackson, John Burroughs, Caleb Johnson and
Joseph Bennett, as follows:
1. Alexander Jackson (1813-87) m. 1837 Mary Ann Burroughs
(1820-1909).
2. John Jackson (1770-1824) m. 1793 Grizelda Craig (1774-1856); John
Burroughs (1787-1867) m. 1813 Mary Robinson (1787-1866).
[p.71] 3. Edward Jackson m. 1768 Margaret McMullen; Samuel Burroughs
m. 1786 Deborah Johnson.
4. John Burroughs m. 1746 Lydia Baker (b. 1724); Caleb Johnson m. 1760
Mary Bennett (1742-1820).
5. Joseph Bennett m. 1739 Deborah Boone (b. 1720).
Edward Jackson served as private in Capt. George Richard Bird's
company, 4th battalion, Maryland Line. He was born in Cecil County, Md.,
where, in 1804, he died.
John Burroughs served as private in Captain Harvey's company, Bucks
County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born, 1718, in Bucks County, Pa.,
where he died.
Caleb Johnson (1740-1819) served as private, 1778, in Capt. George
Gryst's 8th company, Chester County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born
and died in Chester County, Pa.
Joseph Bennett was a patriot and signed the Oath of Allegiance, 1778, in
Delaware. He was born, 1719, in Chester County; died in Wilmington,
Del.


The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 156

Mrs. Willie Kitchens Whitaker.
DAR ID Number: 155742
Born in Acworth, Ga.
Wife of William Parker Whitaker.
Descendant of Capt. Thomas Heard and of John Williamson, as follows:
1. J. U. Kitchens (b. 1855) m. 1875 Jennie Fielder (b. 1858).
2. James Monroe Fielder (1816-63) m. Roxanna Williamson (1831-71).
3. Obediah Martin Benge Fielder (1789-1857) m. Elizabeth Thornbury
Heard (1798-1847); Adam Williamson (d. 1862) m. 1810 Elizabeth
Horton (d. 1865).
4. Joseph Heard (1773-1848) m. Nancy Stewart; John Williamson m.
Margaret (Leslie) Mitchell (d. 1828).
5. Thomas Heard m. 1765 Elizabeth Fitzpatrick (1750-90).
Thomas Heard (1742-1808) commanded a company in the Virginia state
troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Green County, Ga.
Also No. 136713.
John Williamson served as private in the Virginia troops. He was born in
Ireland; died, 1831, Butts County, Ga.
Also No. 141845.


Mrs. Harriette L. Pratt Judd.
DAR ID Number: 82229
Born in Lansing, Mich.
Descendant of Sergt. Isaac Miles.
Daughter of Hubert R. Pratt and Laura E. Miles, his wife, m. 1854.
Granddaughter of Manly Miles and Mary Cushman, his wife, m. 1812.
Gr-granddaughter of Isaac Miles and Mary Bench, his wife.
Isaac Miles (1752-1816) enlisted, 1777, in the Connecticut Line; was
promoted sergeant, 1778. He died in Homer County, N. Y., where, in
1837, his widow received a pension. He was born in Connecticut; died in
Homer, N. Y.
Also No. 47796.

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