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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67
                 page 79
                 Mrs. Julia Buxton Marshall.
                 DAR ID Number: 66206
                 Born in Barry County, Mich.
                 Wife of John B. Marshall.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, of Rhode Island.
                 Daughter of Cyrus Buxton (1816-1905) and Harriett W. Gates (1812-65), his wife, m. 1841.
                 Granddaughter of Jonathan Buxton (1774-1876) and Salome Esten (1774-1818), his wife, m. 1795.
                 Gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick (1748-1835), his wife, m. 1773.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 67
                 page 166
                 Mrs. Lois Marshall Mcelwain.
                 DAR ID Number: 66443
                 Born in Nashville, Mich.
                 Wife of Jason E. McElwain.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton.
                 Daughter of J. B. Marshall (b. 1846) and Julia Buxton (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1873.
                 Granddaughter of Cyrus Buxton (1816-1905) and Harriett Gates (1812-65) his wife, m. 1841.
                 See No. 66206.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 70
                 page 125
                 Mrs. Gertrude Laura Buxton Fleming.
                 DAR ID Number: 69348
                 Born in Woodbine, Iowa.
                 Wife of Edwin Terrill Fleming.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, Bezaleel Wood, Thomas Haynes, Samuel Haynes, and John
                 Stanton.
                 Daughter of Lauren Haynes Buxton and Ella Gertrude Hooey, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Stephen Andrew Buxton and Laura S. Haynes, his wife.
                 [p.125] Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Buxton and Elizabeth Griswold, his wife; Thomas Haynes and
                 Mary Wood, his wife.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Buxton and Salome Esten, his wife; Samuel Haynes and Rachel
                 Stanton, his wife; Bezaleel Wood and Mahitable Darby, his wife, m. 1778.
                 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick, his wife; John Stanton and
                 Dorothy Richardson, his wife.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Bezaleel Wood (1758-1818) served as private in Capt. Joseph Bellow' company, which marched on
                 the Alarm to Bennington, under command of Major Ebenezer Bridge. He was born in Lunenburg,
                 Mass.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.
                 Thomas Haynes (1735-89) served as surgeon in General Amherst's army and was present at the
                 taking of Ticonderoga, and accompanied the prisoners to Cambridge, Mass. He died in North Hero,
                 Vt.
                 Samuel Haynes (1763-1800) served as a private in Capt. Thomas Sawyer's company of militia,
                 raised for the defense of the northern frontiers, 1779. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; drowned in
                 Lake Champlain.
                 John Stanton (1722-1814) enlisted from Norwich and served as adjutant in Capt. Timothy Bush's
                 company to assist the people of Strafford in their retreat. He was born in Charleston, R. I.; died in
                 Paris, N. Y.
                 Also No. 67748.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 72
                 page 296
                 Miss Bertha Marshall.
                 DAR ID Number: 71837
                 Born in Barry County, Mich.
                 Descendant of James Buxton, of Rhode Island.
                 Daughter of John B. Marshall (b. 1846) and Julia Buxton (b. 1849), his wife, m. 1873.
                 Granddaughter of Cyrus Buxton (1816-1905) and Harriet Gates (1812-65), his wife, m. 1841.
                 Gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Buxton (1774-1876) and Salome Esten (b. 1774), his wife, m. 1795.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick (1748-1835), his wife, m. 1773.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield.
                 Also No. 66206.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 78
                 page 238
                 Mrs. Aurilla Buxton Barbour.
                 DAR ID Number: 77623
                 Born in Londonderry, Vt.
                 Wife of Owen M. Barbour.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton.
                 Daughter of Benjamin Buxton (1796-1875) and Mary Brainard Temple (1806-59), his wife, m. 1831.
                 Granddaughter of Jonathan Buxton (1774-1870) and Salome Esten (1774-1872), his wife.
                 Gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick (1748-1835), his wife, m. 1773.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield.
                 Also No. 71837.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 82
                 page 355
                 Mrs. Ethel Lee Proctor.
                 DAR ID Number: 81952
                 Born in Providence County, R. I.
                 Wife of A. Ernest Proctor.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton.
                 Daughter of Loron B. Angell (b. 1849) and Eliza (Buxton) Fleming, his wife, m. 1881.
                 Granddaughter of Samuel Buxton (1812-96) and Sarah Norton (1841-84), his wife, m. 1862.
                 Gr-granddaughter of Otis Buxton (d. 1870) and Salome Buxton (1785-1886), his wife, m. 1808.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick, his wife, m. 1773 (parents of Otis).
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also No. 77623.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 92
                 page 252
                 Mrs. Mary E. Buxton Church.
                 DAR ID Number: 91786
                 Born in Burrillville, R. I.
                 Wife of George M. Church.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, as follows:
                 1. Daniel S. Buxton (1812-96) m. 1862 Sarah B. Horton (1841-84).
                 2. Otis Buxton (1775-1873) m. 1807 Salome Buxton (1786-1886).
                 3. James Buxton m. 1773 Esther Southwick.
                 [p.252] James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin
                 Tupper's regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also No. 77623.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 95
                 page 77
                 Mrs. Olive Buxton Templin.
                 DAR ID Number: 94240
                 Born in Castleton, Mich.
                 Wife of William Templin.
                 Descendant of James Buxton, as follows:
                 1. Cyrus Buxton (1816-1905) m. 1841 Harriet Gates (1812-65).
                 2. Jonathan Buxton (1774-1876) m. 1795 Salome Eston (1774-1878).
                 3. James Buxton m. 1773 Esther Southwick (1748-1835).
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also Nos. 66206, 71837.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 96
                 page 217
                 Mrs. Jennie Buxton Clark.
                 DAR ID Number: 95664
                 Born in Wells, Vt.
                 Wife of James Holley Clark.
                 Descendant of John Buxton, James Paul, Daniel Hulett, Jonathan Mason, Jonathan Mason, Jr.,
                 Josiah Curtis, David Childs, Lieut. Peter Woodin, Peter Woodin, Jr., Richard Field, and Salmon
                 Tooley, as follows:
                 1. Samuel F. Buxton (b. 1839) m. 1866 Emily J. Hulett (b. 1849).
                 2. Eliphalet Buxton (1790-1859) m. 2nd Maria Tooley (1803-64); Phylades N. Hulett (1817-67) m.
                 1840 Sara D. Mason (b. 1820).
                 3. John Buxton m. Betsey Kelley (1755-1815); Paul Hulett (1776-1845) m. 1799 Olivia Woodin
                 (1780-1854); Welcome Mason (1787-1881) m. Sabrina Childs (1791-1871); Amos Tooley, Jr.
                 (1774-1822), m. Polly Field (1772-1861).
                 4. Daniel Hulett (1748-1838) m. 1774 Abigail Paul (1755-1838); Jonathan Mason m. 1780 Mary
                 Kirby (1763-1849); Peter Woodin Jr., m. Ruth [p.217] Curtis (1755-1832); David Childs m. 1790
                 Elenor Gay (1763-1832); Richard Field m. 1776 Rachel Clapp (b. 1736); Amos Tooley (1753-1814)
                 m. 1773 Hepsibah Field (1757-74).
                 5. James Paul m. Abigail Kiles (1728-1813); Josiah Curtis m. 1747 Mary Kilborn (1719-99); Salmon
                 Tooley m. 1752 Mary (b. 1733); Peter Woodin m. Achsah .
                 See No. 95333.
                 John Buxton (1752-1845) received a pension on claim field, 1818, for service as private, under
                 Capt. Luke Day. Lieut.-Col. John Brooks' 7th Massachusetts regiment of militia. He was born in
                 Slaterville, R. I.; died in Danby, Vt.
                 Also No. 76491.
                 Peter Woodin (1732-89) served as private in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment, Connecticut militia.
                 He was born and died in Killingworth, Conn.
                 Jonathan Mason (1734-98) served as private in Capt. Reuben Ballou's company, Col. Jonathan
                 Mathewson's regiment, 1778. He was born in Swansea, Mass.; died in Cumberland, R. I.
                 Jonathan Mason, Jr. (1755-1822), enlisted, 1775, as private in Capt. William Aldrich's company,
                 Colonel Hitchcock's Rhode Island regiment. His widow received a pension. He died in Connecticut.
                 David Childs (1754-1810) served as private in Capt. Oliver Corney's company, Colonel Sears'
                 regiment, 1781. He was born and died in New Salem, Mass.
                 Richard Field (1734-96) served as private, 1775, in Capt. Abiel Clapp's company, Col. John
                 Daggett's regiment of minute men. He was born and died in Bristol County, Mass.
                 Salmon Tooley (1732-89) served as private in Col. Samuel Canfield's regiment from New Milford,
                 1781. He was born and died in Killingworth, Conn.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97
                 page 242
                 Mrs. Adah C. Loveland.
                 DAR ID Number: 96769
                 Born in Nashville, Mich.
                 Wife of William M. Loveland.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, as follows:
                 1. Eugene Cook (b. 1846) m. 1866 Olive Buxton (b. 1845).
                 2. Cyrus Buxton (1816-1905) m. 1841 Harriet Gates (1812-65).
                 3. Jonathan Buxton (1774-1876) m. 1795 Salome Ester (b. 1774).
                 4. James Buxton m. 1773 Esther Southwick (1748-1835).
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also No. 66206.
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Mrs. Gertrude Laura Buxton Fleming.
                 DAR ID Number: 69348
                 Born in Woodbine, Iowa.
                 Wife of Edwin Terrill Fleming.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, Bezaleel Wood, Thomas Haynes, Samuel Haynes, and John
                 Stanton.
                 Daughter of Lauren Haynes Buxton and Ella Gertrude Hooey, his wife.
                 Granddaughter of Stephen Andrew Buxton and Laura S. Haynes, his wife.
                 [p.125] Gr-granddaughter of Nathan Buxton and Elizabeth Griswold, his wife; Thomas Haynes and
                 Mary Wood, his wife.
                 Gr-gr-granddaughter of Jonathan Buxton and Salome Esten, his wife; Samuel Haynes and Rachel
                 Stanton, his wife; Bezaleel Wood and Mahitable Darby, his wife, m. 1778.
                 Gr-gr-gr-granddaughter of James Buxton and Esther Southwick, his wife; John Stanton and
                 Dorothy Richardson, his wife.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Bezaleel Wood (1758-1818) served as private in Capt. Joseph Bellow' company, which marched on
                 the Alarm to Bennington, under command of Major Ebenezer Bridge. He was born in Lunenburg,
                 Mass.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.
                 Thomas Haynes (1735-89) served as surgeon in General Amherst's army and was present at the
                 taking of Ticonderoga, and accompanied the prisoners to Cambridge, Mass. He died in North Hero,
                 Vt.
                 Samuel Haynes (1763-1800) served as a private in Capt. Thomas Sawyer's company of militia,
                 raised for the defense of the northern frontiers, 1779. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; drowned in
                 Lake Champlain.
                 John Stanton (1722-1814) enlisted from Norwich and served as adjutant in Capt. Timothy Bush's
                 company to assist the people of Strafford in their retreat. He was born in Charleston, R. I.; died in
                 Paris, N. Y.
                 Also No. 67748.



 

                 Database: Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.)
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                 Previous Hits      The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 116
                 page 161
                 Mrs. Winifred Elaine Buxton Moore.
                 DAR ID Number: 115511
                 Born in Woodbine, Iowa.
                 Wife of Manning Sidney Moore.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, Dr. Thomas Haynes, Samuel Haynes, John Stanton, and
                 Bezaleel Wood, as follows:
                 1. Lauren Haynes Buxton (b. 1859) m. 1882 Ella Gertrude Hovey (b. 1859).
                 2. Stephen Andrew Buxton (1826-95) m. 1851 Laura S. Haynes (1825-99).
                 3. Nathan Buxton (1796-1891) m. 1823 Elizabeth Griswold (1799-1889); Thomas Haynes
                 (1792-1860) m. 1820 Mary Wood (1796-1861).
                 4. Jonathan Buxton (1774-1876) m. 1795 Salome Esten (1778-1872); Samuel Haynes m. 1791
                 Rachael Stanton; Bezaleel Wood m. 1778 Mahitable Darby (1756-1839).
                 5. James Buxton m. 1773 Esther Southwick (1748-1835); Thomas Haynes m. 1762 Miriam Marsh;
                 John Stanton m. Dorothy Richardson.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) served, 1777-82, as lieutenant and captain in Col. Benjamin Tupper's
                 regiment. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also No. 100240.
                 Thomas Haynes (1735-89) served as surgeon in General Amherst's army; was present at the taking
                 of Ticonderoga, and accompanied the prisoners to Cambridge, Mass. He died in North Hero, Vt.
                 Also No. 89054.
                 Samuel Haynes (1763-1800) served as private in Capt. Thomas Sawyer's company of militia raised
                 for the defense of the northern frontiers, 1779. He was born in Haverhill, Mass.; and was drowned in
                 Lake Champlain.
                 John Stanton (1722-1814) enlisted from Norwich and served as adjutant in Capt. Timothy Bush's
                 company to assist the people of [p.161] Strafford in their retreat. He was born in Charleston, R. I.;
                 died in Paris, N. Y.
                 Bezaleel Wood (1758-1818) served as private in Capt. Joseph Bellow's company which marched on
                 the alarm to Bennington under the command of Maj. Ebenezer Bridge. He was born in Lunenburg,
                 Mass.; died in Plattsburg, N. Y.
                 Also No. 91882.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 128
                 page 265
                 Miss Gertrude Mabel Angell.
                 DAR ID Number: 127831
                 Born in Burrillville, R. I.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, as follows:
                 1. Loron B. Angell (b. 1849) m. 1881 Eliza Buxton (b. 1863).
                 2. Daniel Buxton (1812-96) m. 1862 Sarah Horton (1841-84).
                 3. Otis Buxton (d. 1870) m. 1808 Salome Buxton (1785-1886).
                 4. James Buxton m. 1773 Esther Southwick.
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) commanded a company in Col. Benjamin Tupper's regiment,
                 Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
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                 The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 150
                 page 7
                 Mrs. Ella S. Anderson Freeman.
                 DAR ID Number: 149020
                 Born in Thompson, Conn.
                 Wife of Clarence E. Freeman.
                 Descendant of Capt. James Buxton, as follows:
                 1. Grovenor T. Anderson (1838-1911) m. 1863 Nancy A. Buxton (b. 1839).
                 2. Daniel S. Buxton (1812-96) m. 1st 1834 Lydia Dudly (1812-67).
                 [p.7] 3. Otis Buxton (1775-1873) m. 1807 Salome Buxton (1786-1886).
                 4. James Buxton m. 1771 Esther Southwick (parents of Otis).
                 James Buxton (1745-1817) commanded a company in Col. Benjamin Tupper's regiment,
                 Massachusetts troops. He was born and died in Smithfield, R. I.
                 Also No. 127831.
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