Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia

Volume I

PREFACE.

These abstracts of the original Court Records of Augusta County, Virginia, compiled by Judge Lyman Chalkley, were purchased by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1905.

The Twenty-first Congress, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, held in Washington, D. C., April 15-20, 1912, by a unanimous vote, presented these records as a gift outright to Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, Honorary Vice-President General, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who has prepared them for publication, with the assistance and co-operation of the following Publishing Committee:

Miss Grace M. Pierce (Chairman), Registrar General, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1909-1911.
Miss Aline Solomons, Librarian General, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1905-1907.
Miss Julia McBlair, Librarian General, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1899-1903.
Mrs. Edward E. Rosa, Librarian General, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1903-1905.
Mrs. Short A. Willis, Librarian General, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1909-1911.
Miss Catherine Brittain Barlow, Secretary, Dolly Madison Chapter.
Miss Delia Jackson, Member, Amsterdam Chapter.
Miss Mary E. Barlow, Member, Dolly Madison Chapter.
Mrs. George A. Beach, Regent, Monticello Chapter.
Mrs. Sarah Hall Johnston, Member, Mary Washington Chapter.
Miss Zillah Solomons, Member, Mary Washington Chapter.
Miss Lesley Jackson, Member, Mary Washington Chapter.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, President General from 1801-1905.
Miss Virginia Miller, Regent, Mary Washington Chapter.
Mrs. Eleanor Washington Howard, Vice-President General in charge of organization, 1899-1901.
Mrs. Della Grame Smallwood, Regent, Patriots' Memorial Chapter.
Mrs. Joseph S. Wood, Honorary State Regent of New York.

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Mrs. John Buel, State Regent of Connecticut.
Mrs. Mary Stilson, State Regent of California, 1910-1912.
Mrs. James G. Dunning, State Regent of Massachusetts.
Mrs. George M. Sternberg, Regent, Army and Navy Chapter.
Mrs. Sara T. Kinney, Honorary Vice-President General.
Mrs. J. J. Estey, Vice-President General of Vermont, 1903-1907.
Mrs. Charles Warren Lippitt, State Regent of Rhode Island, 1902-4, 1908-10.
Miss Isabella Forsyth, Honorary State Regent of New York.
Mrs. Samuel Verplanck, Honorary State Regent of New York.
Mrs. William Cumming Story, Honorary State Regent of New York.
Miss Sophie Waples, Vice-President General of Delaware.
Mrs. John M. Horton, Regent, Buffalo Chapter.
Mrs. J. Heron Crosman, Vice-President General of New York, 1900-1904.
Mrs. John C. Hazen, Vice-President General of New York, 1905-1907.
Mrs. Frances W. Roberts, Honorary State Regent of New York.
Mrs. M. B. Tulloch, Vice-President General in charge of organization, 1909-1911.
Mrs. Henry F. Blount, Historian General, 1892-93.
Mrs. Willard S. Augsbury, State Regent of New York.
Mrs. William G. Slade, President, Daughters 1812.
Mrs. N. Taylor Phillips, Member, Knickerbocker Chapter.
Mrs. Drury C. Ludlow, Vice State Regent, District of Columbia, 1911.
Miss Mary Wilcox, Regent, Colonel John Donelson Chapter.
Miss Janet Richards, Official Reader, Continental Congress, 1900-1909.
Miss Dorinda Rogers, Recording Secretary of Mary Washington Chapter.
Mrs. M. E. S. Davis, Regent of Deborah Knapp Chapter.
Mrs. Sarah Croissant, Regent of Katherine Montgomery Chapter.
Mrs. Leonard Mattingly, Regent of American Chapter.
Miss Mary L. Goddard, Regent of Manor House Chapter.
Mrs. Frances Barton Millard, Member of Omaha Chapter.
Mrs. Jessie Barton Christiancy, Member-at-Large.
Mrs. Charles Russell Davis, Member, Saint Paul Chapter.
Mrs. F. W. Yates, Vice-Regent, Irondequoit Chapter.
Mrs. Velma Sylvester Barber, State Treasurer of the District of Columbia.
Miss Sallie L. Yewell, Treasurer, Jacksonville Chapter.
Mrs. Frank Greenawalt, Regent, Ruth Brewster Chapter.
Mrs. William H. Wanamaker, Regent, Potomac Chapter.
Mrs. Ellis Logan, Regent, Mary Breed Chapter.
Mrs. Sarah C. Cuss, Regent, Continental Dames Chapter.
Mrs. Oscar Roome, Regent, Thirteen Colonies Chapter.
Mrs. Charles L. Merwin, Member, Sarah Franklin Chapter.
Mrs. Margaret Moore, Regent, Marcia Burns Chapter.
Miss Mary Perry Brown, Treasurer, Mary Washington Chapter.
Miss Bertha M. Wolfe, Regent, Wendell Wolfe Chapter.
Mrs. Corra Bacon Foster, Member, Emily Nelson Chapter.
Mrs. Gilbert M. Husted, Regent, Louisa Adams Chapter.
Mrs. Redwood Vandegrift, Regent, Margaret Whetten Chapter.
Mrs. Joseph Arnold, Vice-Regent, Patriots' Memorial Chapter.
Mrs. Arnold W. Spanhoofd, Member, Dolly Madison Chapter.

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Mrs. De B. Randolph Keim, Honorary Vice-President General.
Miss Minnie F. Mickley, Registrar General, 1902-1903.
Mrs. Grace P. Hopkins, Historian, Louisa Adams Chapter.
Mrs. William A. Smoot, Vice-President General, 1908-1910, Virginia.
Mrs. Frank Bond, Member, Cheyenne Chapter, Wyoming.
Miss Virginia Fairfax, State Regent, Louisiana.
Mrs. Frank D. Callan, Regent, Mohawk Valley Chapter.
Miss Edith M. Tilley, Member, William Ellery Chapter.
Mrs. John Campbell, Vice-President General, Colorado, 1909-1911.
Mrs. John Lloyd McNeil, State Regent, Colorado, 1901-1909.
Mrs. Orlando J. Hodge, Vice-President General of Ohio, 1906-1907.
Miss Mabel Louise White, Regent, Continental Chapter.
Mrs. Charles B. Bryan, Vice-President General of Tennessee.
Mrs. Sarah Adsit Clemons, Regent, Little John Boyden Chapter.
Mrs. Julia Washington Harbaugh, Regent, Sara Franklin Chapter.
Mrs. James E. Mulcare, Registrar, Sara Franklin Chapter.
Mrs. Ida B. Winter, Secretary, Sara Franklin Chapter.
Miss Ethelwyn B. Hall, Regent, John Hall Chapter.
Mrs. Adelaide K. Lowe, Secretary, District of Columbia, 1911-1918.
Mrs. Henry B. Patton, State Regent, Wyoming.

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