Alamosa, Colorado

Our Patriot Ancestors

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The following are the patriot ancestors of the current members of Alamosa Chapter NSDAR. American Revolutionary War patriots include signers of the Declaration of Independence, members of local and state militias, members of the Continental Army or Continental Navy, men and women who rendered other types of aid to the cause of independence, and those taking oaths of loyalty. Other included patriots are foreign soldiers who served the cause of American independence and Spanish soldiers serving in the presidios at Santa Fe, El Paso, and New Orleans. With a few exceptions, military service began with the Battle of Lexington (19 April 1775) and ended when the British evacuated New York (26 November 1783). Patriots may have also provided civil service, conducting public business in the newly formed American states.

If you have information that one of your ancestors 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 and joining our chapter, or have any questions, please email the Alamosa Chapter Registrar.

 

Name Location Service
Thomas Bean Maryland Soldier
Levi Bowen Massachusetts Ensign, Civil Service
Amos Chaffee Massachusetts Private
Asahel Gray New York Lieutenant
William Haynes Virginia Private
Micah Holbrook Massachusetts Private
Daniel Horton North Carolina Private
Joseph Irby South Carolina Private
Michael Loomis Massachusetts Lieutenant
William Milliken, Sr North Carolina Civil Service
Joseph Overholtzer Pennsylvania Private
Benjamin Tripp Massachusetts Lieutenant
Hugh Truesdale Pennsylvania Private
Ebenezer Webster New Hampshire Captain, Civil Service, Patriotic Service
as of April 16, 2018