References For Lineage

For family members who are interested in joining the Daughters of the American Revolution or Sons of the American Revolution here are the references for lineage. You just need to add your immediate family's documentation.

To join the DAR/SAR you must be 18 years or older and can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence.

You must provide documentation for each statement of birth, marriage and death, as well as of the Revolutionary War service or oath of Allegiance of the Patriot ancestor.

James Edward Dawson born: 11 Nov 1855, Warren Co., IN.
                                        died: 27 Jun 1922, Jasper Co., IN.
                                        married: 25 Sep 1878, Iroquois Co., IL.
            Illinois, Iroquois County marriage record book B page 2720.
            Indiana, Jasper County death record book D-10 page 194, #18385.
            Madora Eleanor Thomas born: 5 Apr 1859, Iroquois Co., IL.
                                                       died: 1 Nov 1950, Allen Co., IN.
            Indiana, Allen County death certificate #33161.

Frederick David Dawson born: 6 Sep 1832, Ross Co., OH.
                                           died: 13 Nov 1914, Allen Co., IN.
                                           married: 2 Oct 1853
            Indiana, Allen County death certificate #252.
            Family Record.
            Susan Butcher born: 24 Jan 1834.
                                     died: 27 Mar 1889, Iroquois Co., IL.
            Maple Grove, Milford, Illinois cemetery records.
            Family Record.
            See DAR National Number 615935, Rhoda Kinnaley Parker.
            See DAR National Number 609215, Barbara Jean Howard.

Edward Dawson born: 10 Dec 1799, Allegany Co., MD.
                            died: 30 Jul 1849, Warren Co., IN.
                            married: 17 Feb 1821, Ross Co., OH.
            Marriage Records of Ross County, Ohio 1798 -1894, Robert Casari, page 60.
            Ohio, Ross County marriage record book GB page 421.
            Indiana, Warren County will record book 1849 pages 160-163.
            1850 Indiana Mortality Schedule, Warren County, Adams tws. Page 311.
            Mary Catharine Peppers / Dawson / Smith born: 28 May 1802, MD.
                                                                                   died: 21 Mar 1858, Warren Co., IN.
            Inscriptions from Eastern Warren County Indiana cemeteries 1826-1974, Vol. I,
            Rosella Rasmussen Jenkins and Diana Marion Knowles.
            Union, Warren County, Indiana cemetery records.
            Ross County, Ohio Families Volume II, Ross County Genealogical Society,
            Page 257 – 258.

Leonard Dawson born: 1775.
                              died: 18 Jan 1855, Ross Co., OH.
                              married: 15 Aug 1797, Allegany Co., MD.
            Mary Jane Wolf born: 15 Jun 1774, VA.
                                         died: 25 Mar 1853, Ross Co., OH.
            1850 Census Ross County, Ohio, Jefferson Township, #1187-1194.
            Tombstone Inscriptions: Jefferson, Harrison, Springfield, Franklin Townships,
            Page 26.
            A Standard History of Ross County, Ohio, Vol. I, Ross County Genealogical
            Society, page 477.
            Ross County, Ohio Families Volume II, Ross County Genealogical Society,
            Page 257.

Edward Dawson born: 1755.
                            died: 28 Aug 1833, Tippecanoe Co., IN.
Hannah born: 1759, Chester Co., PA.
                          died: 25 Jul 1839, Tippecanoe Co., IN.
            Patriots Oath of Fidelity and Support
            Edward Dawson  took the oath of Allegiance before the Hon. Samuel Barritts on
            16 March 1778
            A Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors of the Indiana Daughters of the American
            Revolution, Vol. I, Mrs. Thomas Martin Egan, State Regent.
Tombstone, Greenbush Cemetery, Lafayette, Indiana – placed by Lafayette SAR.
            DAR Ancestor #: A030796

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