D.A.R. Certificates for Family Revolutionary War Veterans: William Whittaker, William Morris, Sr., William Morris, Jr., Michael See
William Whittaker was the son of Samuel Whittaker and Tabitha Davis. He was born July 28, 1750 in Concord, Massachusetts. He married Lydia Howe on August 31, 1774 in Princeton, Massachusetts. He served in Captain Boaz Moore's Company of Col. Ephraim Doolittle's Regiment as a drummer. They were called out on the first alarm of April 19, 1775 to Concord. He died in Princeton July 22, 1830.
Michael See was the son of Frederick Michael See and Catherine Vanderpool. He was born 1751 in South Branch, Augusta County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Morris in 1776. He participated at the Battle of Point Pleasant. He died on May 23, 1792 in Mason County, Virginia.
William Morris, Sr. was born January 1, 1722 in Liverpool, England. He married Elizabeth Stipps on January 1, 1746 in Orange County, Virginia. He provided supplies for the American Revolutionary War. He died December 1, 1792 in Kanawha County, Virginia.
Major William Morris, Jr. was the son of William Morris, Sr. and Elizabeth Stipps. He was born December 17, 1746 in Orange County, Virginia. He married Catherine Carroll on May 10, 1768 in Orange County, Virginia. He was wounded in the Battle of Point Pleasant. He died during December 1802 in Charleston, Kanawha County, Virginia.
A "Work in Progress" for the proof of service of Peter Shields, Sr. is well under way. When completed, the certificate will be presented here. In the meantime, click the link above for his story.
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