At present, two descendants from Richard TUCKER have y-DNA tested. One is descended
through Richard's son Hosea, and then Hosea's son Robert Albert. They have no matches to
date with any other Tucker that has tested. They are kit #215798 at TUCKER DNA Results.

The second person descended from Richard TUCKER who has y-DNA tested is kit
#900808, they being descended through Hosea's son William Nelson TUCKER. As he
matches the Tucker MD Group #1, it would suggest that kit 215798 has an NPE somewhere
in their lineage. The Tucker Maryland Group #1 is a large group, but only a few members
share an 18 on DYS570.

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Tucker Maryland Group #1 Modal 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 19 37 38 12 12 11 9 15 16 8 10 10 8 10 10 12 23 23 16 10 12 12 15 8 13 23 20 13 12 11 13 11 11 12 12
900808 Richard Tucker 1760-1765>Hosea Tucker 1808>Wiliam Nelson Tucker 1831>Henry Sherman Tucker 12 25 17 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 18 38 38 12 12 11 9 15 16 8 10 10 8 10 10 12 23 23 16 10 12 12 15 8 13 23 20 13 12 11 13 11 11 12 12
88921 Levi Tucker b. 1774>Joseph Elijah Tucker b. 1800-1801 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 18 37 38 12 12 11 9 15 16 8 10 10 8 10 10 12 23 23 16 10 12 12 16 8 13 23 20 13 12 11 13 11 11 12 12
39407 Levi Tucker 16 Jan. 1774>Joseph Tucker 1800 Brown Co., OH 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 18 37 38 12 12 11 9 15 16 8 10 10 8 10 10 12 23 23 16 10 12 12 14 8 13 23 20 13 12 11 13 11 11 12 12
40958 Levi Tucker 1774 MD>Joseph Tucker 1801 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 14 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 18 37 38 12 12                                                            
230177 Levi Tucker 1774 MD>William Henry Tucker 1820 Brown Co., OH 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17                                                                                    
83553 Joseph Tucker d. 1816 Hampshire Co., VA>Aaron Tucker 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 13 14 13 31 17 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 19 37 38 12 12 11 9 15 16 8 10 10 8 10 10 12 23 23 16 10 12 12 15 8 13 23 20 13 12 11 13 11 11 12 12
84048 Joseph Tucker d. 1816 Hampshire Co., VA>Aaron Tucker 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 12 14 13 31                                                                                                              
417813 John Tucker Sr. 1746; d. 1846 Bracken Co., KY 12 25 16 10 11 14 12 12 14 14 13 31 18 9 10 11 11 25 15 19 29 12 15 16 17 11 11 19 23 16 15 18 18 37 38 12 12                                                            



All of those above descended from Levi Tucker of Brown County, Ohio, claim that he is
the Levi born 16 Jan. 1774 whose birth was recorded in St. John's or Piscataway Parish,
Prince George's Co., MD, daughter [sic] of William & Margery Tucker. That Levi
was married on 23 March 1799 in Prince George's Parish, (a/k/a Rock Creek Parish),
Montgomery Co., MD, to Susanna Collins.
They had children recorded there of
1. Sarah Tucker b. 2 Feb. 1800; bap. 30 Mar. 1800
2. Margaret Tucker b. 26 Jan. 1802; bap. 19 Sep. 1802

There are inconsistencies with that Levi being the same as Levi Tucker of Brown Co., OH.
1. Sarah, daughter of Levi of Brown Co. married John LaFary. In all census, she listed
   her birth as Ohio, not Maryland. 
   1850 Ripley Co., IN Sarah LeFerry age 47 born Ohio
   1860 Brown Co., IN Sarah Leffrey age 59, born Ohio
   1870 Rush Co., IN Sarah Leffrey age 70, born Ohio
2. Levi's wife/widow in all Brown County records is listed as Hannah, not Susannah.
   Brown Co. Deed Book 9, p. 154 13 Mar. 1831, Levi Tucker and wife Hannah  
   Brown Co. Deed Book 11, p. 249 16 June 1834, Levi Tucker and wife Hannah  
   Hannah Tucker household 1850 Brown Co., Ohio census
   Rachel Miller household 1860 Brown Co., Ohio census
3. In 1850 Hannah Tucker was next to Rachel Miller and in 1860 was living with her.
     Rachel Tucker married Charles Miller on 29 January 1829 in Brown County.
     In 1850 Hanna Tucker sold one half of lot 154 in Fayetteville, Brown County to Rachel Miller for $25.
       Brown Co., OH, Deed Book 25, p. 163
     In 1854 and Hannah Tucker and Rachel Miller jointly sold all of lot 154 for $80. 
       Brown Co., OH, Deed Book 30, p. 391
   As Rachel purchased her half at would appear to be a reduce price from what they jointly sold the
   tract, it would suggest that Rachel was a child of Hannah. Note also that Rachel named a child
   Hannah, as did Sarah who married John LaFary. None of Levi's children are known to have named a
   daughter Susannah. Since Rachel was born about 1806, it would suggest that Hannah was married to
   Levi Tucker no later than 1805.  
4. Levi of Brown Co. had a son Joseph, who was born about 1801 in Ohio, whose date
   and location does not fit with a Levi having children born in 1800 and 1802 in Maryland.
   1850 Brown Co., OH Joseph Brown, age 49, born Ohio
   1860 Ripley Co., IN Joseph Brown, age 59, born Ohio

Thomas TUCKER and Joseph TUCKER of Frederick and Montgomery Cos., MD by their ages
are thought to be brothers. Thomas TUCKER had a son Levi TUCKER, born about 1774,
who may be a better fit for being the Levi of Brown Co., OH.
In Thomas' 1794 household in Hampshire Co. he paid for 3 tithes [white males age 16 and
over]. In 1795 Thomas paid for only two tithes, and Levi TUCKER made his first appearance
on his known, suggesting he was the third tithe in Thomas' household in 1794 and a son.
Thomas TUCKER and Joseph TUCKER purchased adjacnet tracts of land in Hampshire Co.
on 10 February 1791.53 On Thomas's deed he was stated to be of Montgomery Co., MD.

Thomas TUCKER was probably born about 1735 and is alleged to have married a Margaret
WHEELER, but no evidence has been found at present as to her given or maiden name.
Thomas had a son Thomas W. TUCKER born about 1765 who moved from Hampshire Co. to
Sangamon Co., Illinois.54 While his middle name is  said to be Wheeler, that has also
not been proven. Richard TUCKER's son Hosea named a son Richard Wheeler TUCKER. If
Thomas's wife was a Wheeler, and/or his son was named Thomas Wheeler TUCKER, it would
add to evidence that Richard was also a son of Thomas. If Thomas was not Richard's father,
then he may have been his uncle. In 1790 Montgomery County, Richard TUCKER was living
only 15 households from an Elizabeth TUCKER who was 5 households from John HIGGINS,
the father-in-law of Richard TUCKER.55 Her identity is not known.

Thomas TUCKER had one additional proven son in addtion to Thomas W[heeler?] TUCKER and
Levi TUCKER. On 20 September Thomas TUCKER had two separate gifts to his son Josephus
TUCKER for love and affection. In the first he conveyed two tracts, one being the 
200 acres he purchased on 10 Feb. 1791, and the other being a tract purchased on 
15 July 1804.56 In the second gift he gave his son Joesphus all his negroes, livestock,
farming utensils, household furniture, etc., and all his personal estate in Virginia
or elsewhere.57

To date, no desendants of Thomas Wheeler TUCKER or of Josephus TUCKER are known to have
y-DNA tested. If such a person tested and they were also an 18 on DYS570 [the result
in purple on the above chart], it would add to evidence that both Levi TUCKER of 
Brown Co., OH, and Richard TUCKER were sons of Thomas. Help in paying for such a
test is available to a qualifying person.

Joseph TUCKER on 12 March 1768 in Frederick Co., MD, purchased from Jeremiah
PRATHER, Junr., 103 acres, part of the tract Deer Park and Bear Garden
Enlarged that was adjacent to Archibald Edmonston.58 He sold it to Absalom
Beddo as 97 1/2 acres on 28 Mar. 1788.59 Joseph then moved to 
Hampshire County, where his son Erasmus TUCKER was listed in 1788 with 2 tithes.
In 1789 Joseph TUCKER was first listed, and had two tithes. Taxed on the same date
was Archibald LINTHICUM, who was also from Montgomery County. In 1793 John SELBY
and Nathan SELBY were first found, they also being from MD.

In the 1777 tax list for Montgomery County, names in the Lower Part of Newfoundland
Hundred included (with number of tithes) Archibald EDMONSTON 2, David TUCKER, Joseph
TUCKER 1, Nicolas WHEALER 1, and William WHEALER 1. In Rock Creek Hundred were William
TUCKER 1 and Thomas TUCKER 3.60 How David might be related is unknown. Joseph named a son
David, but he was born about 1788.

Taking the 1778 Oath of Allegiance in Montgomery County and being on the list of 
Edward BURGESS were:61
#96  Archibald LINTHYCUM
#100 Edward WHEELER 
#110 John TUCKER
#111 David TUCKER
#332 Thomas TUCKER
#334 William WHEELER
#359 Joseph TUCKER
Archibald LINTHICUM is for reference in that he also moved to Hampshire County, first
appearing in 1789 and taxed on the same date as Joseph TUCKER.

Richard TUCKER was born between 17601-1765.2 He was married in Frederick Co., MD, 
  but appeared in the 1790 and 1800 Montgomery Co., MD with 29 and 53 slaves
  respectively.  Both were unusually high numbers, but no record is found
  of his owning any land.  By 1803 he was in Hampshire Co., [West] Virginia.3
 
  Richard was not a son of Joseph, but Richard's son John H. TUCKER married Elizabeth
  TUCKER, daughter of Joseph.52 Thomas TUCKER was born about 1735 and Joseph Tucker about 
  1740, and are thought to likely be brothers. 

Richard TUCKER last appeared in Hampshire County in the  1828 list.4 Richard
died between 1833 when he purchased a tract of land5 in Richland Co., OH
and 1840.6 In 1845 that tract of land was part of a four mile wide
stripthat was changed from Richland to Crawford Co., OH.

Richard TUCKER  m. 18 Feb. 17867 Rachel HIGGINS b. 1760/1770 MD;1
The children of Richard Tucker and Rachel Higgins:
1. John H. TUCKER6 b. ca. 17888 MD8; m.1. Elizabeth TUCKER52 ca. 1810;10 daughter
   of Joseph Tucker;52 m.2. Martha CONNLEY 17 Jan. 1839;9 died between 1 June 18608 and 16 Feb. 186112
2. Mary "Polly" TUCKER6 b. ca. 179211/313 MD11; never married (insane);13 
   living 1850 Richland Co., OH11
3. Hosea TUCKER6 b. 180814 Hampshire Co., (West) Virginia; m. Catherine
   GARRISON 16 Nov.14/Dec.18 1830; d. 1 Jan. 185914,36 Whitley Co., IN36

Hosea TUCKER and Catherine GARRISON had children:
1. William Nelson TUCKER b. 16 Nov. 183114,20 Auburn Twp., Crawford Co.,
   OH; m.1. Rachel WINDLE 27 Sep. 1857;16 m.2. Mary Jane MONTAGUE 
   1 Sep. 1869;19,20,44 d. 23 Apr. 1912 Albany, Whiteside Co., IL;19,20
   bur. Oakridge Cem., Albany, Whiteside Co., IL20,32
2. Lucinda TUCKER b. 19 Dec. 183214 OH; m. John L. SHOWALTER 1 July 1851;15
   m.2. John L. SHOWALTER 14 Apr. 1855;16 [he 2ndly married her sister Martha];
   m.3. James Jones 31 Dec. 186316; living 187021
3. Rachel TUCKER b. 17 Sep. 183414 OH; m. Isaiah SMITH 22 Jan. 1856;16
   [he 2ndly married her sister Sarah]; d. 185616-186022 Whitley Co., IN
4. Richard Wheeler TUCKER b. 24 July 183614 OH; m. Susanna WINDLE
   8 Mar. 1857;16 d. 186423-187024
5. Robert Albert TUCKER b. 13 Mar.25/3 May 183914 Ashland Co., OH;14 m.1.
   Sarah Ellen Elizabeth JONES 5 Nov. 1865;14,28 m.2. Dorotha Hannah L. KERNS14
   14 May 1892;29 divorced 14 Apr. 1911;14 d. 30 Jan. 1917;27,50
   Coesse, Whitley Co.;50 bur. Coesse Hope Lutheran Cem., Union Twp., 
   Whitley Co., IN26,27,46,50
6. Martha Ann TUCKER b. 25 Aug. 184114,33,47 OH; m. John L. SHOWALTER 20 June 1879;30,31
   d. 13 Jan. 1929, bur. Fenton Cem., Whiteside Co., IL33,47
7. Sarah Anna TUCKER by 10 Jan. 184414,27,51 OH;51 m. Isaiah SMITH 14 Sep. 1865;16
   d. 16 Feb. 193127,51 Columbia City, Whitley Co.51 bur. Garrison Cem., Smith Twp.,
   Whitley Co., IN27,34,51
8. Samuel TUCKER b. Jan. 184614 OH; d. 4 Feb. 184614 OH
9. Almina TUCKER b. 2 Feb. 184714,45 OH; m. Henry GRAVES 9 Feb. 1865;16
   d. 21 Mar. 1902, bur. Coesse Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Union Twp.,
   Whitley Co., IN26,45
10.John Marion TUCKER b. 15 Oct. 184914 OH; never married; living 1910
   Whitley Co., IN35

Richard W. TUCKER and Susanna WINDLE had children:
1. Martha Elizabeth TUCKER24,38,40 b. 1137 Jan. 185843 Whitley Co., IN;
   m. 25 Jan. 188017 William Henry ZIMMERMAN;17 d. 8 Apr. 1926
   Las Animas, Bent Co., Colo.;37 bur. Las Animas Cem.48 
2. William J. TUCKER38 b. ca. 185938 Whitley Co., IN; d. 186038-187024
3. Ida Emily TUCKER24,39 b. ca. 186239 Whitley Co., IN; m. Jesse S. ENGLE
   7 Sep. 1882;17 d. ca. 188841 Whitley Co., IN
4. Lavinia Rhoda Jane TUCKER24,39,40 b. 6 Oct. 186841,49 Whitley Co., IN;
   m. Charles R. RICHEY 31 Oct. 1892;17 d. 26 Nov. 1913;41,49 Kendallville,
   Noble Co., IN;49 bur. Lake View Cem., Kendallville, Noble Co., IN42,49

1. 1830 Richland Co., OH, Richard Tucker household, p. 86. Richard age 60-70; female [Rachel] age 60-70. 2. 1810 Hampshire Co., VA, Richard Tucker household, p. 766. Richard age over 45 3. Hampshire Co., VA 1803B Lower District personal property tax list, p. 36. 4. Hampshire Co., VA 1828A Lower District personal property tax list, p. 14. 5. Richland Co., OH deeds 18:169-170, Jacob Cuykendall and wife Sarah to Richard Tucker. 6. Richland Co., OH deeds 21:621-623. Rachel Tucker released rights in land in #5, and John H. Tucker and wife Martha sold one undivided half of the same tract to Hosea Tucker. John H. Tucker gave bond to Hosea Tucker to keep him indemnified from all claims of Mary Tucker regarding her interest in the same tract. 7. Frederick Co., MD 1778-1797 marriages licenses, p. 24, FHL microfilm 0,014,082. 8. 1860 Richland Co., OH, John Tucker household, age 22 (sic, 72), p. 334 9. Richland Co., OH marriage record 3:237, FHL microfilm 0,388,736 John Tucker to Martha Connley. 10. John Simmons, 1850 Richland Co., OH census, p. 465. John H. Tucker's oldest child, daughhter Ellen Simmons age 39. 11. John H. Tucker household, 1850 Richland Co., OH census, p. 269. [Sister Mary Tucker age 58, idiotic] 12. John H. Tucker administration, Richland Co., OH administration index 2:91. 13. Richland Co., OH Common Pleas Chancery Record 4:448-450. Mary insame from infancy. Age 48 at April 1841 court term. 14. Albert Tucker, Union Pension File 377,879, Co. K, 139 Reg., Indiana Vol., National Archives. His file contains a copy of the Family Record of Hosey Tucker, with a letter from William N. Tucker (File 794,872) that "you made a mistake by informing the pension department that I had the famley Bible record thare never was any famley Bible record kept of our famley the old famley Bible had no Blank pages for keeping any on. the famley record was kept on a common sheet of writing paper and was laid loos in the Bible for safe keeping until I and our mothe[r] took it out of the Bible and brought it to Illinois June 1886. 15. Whitley Co., Indiana marriage record 1, June 1847-Apr. 1860, p. 80, FHL microfilm 1,710,719 John Showalter to Lucinda Tucker (1851) 16. Whitley Co., Indiana marriage records, FHL microfilm 1,710,720 1:205 John Showalter to Lucinda Tucker (1855) 1:245 Isaiah Smith to Rachel Tucker 1:296 Richard Tucker to Susan Windell 1:316 William N. Tucker to Rachael Windel 2A:187 James Jones to Lucinda Showalter 2A:243 Henry Graves to Elmina Tucker 2A:275 Isaiah Smith to Sarah Tucker Isaiah Smith to Sarah Tucker 17. Whitley Co., Indiana marriage records, FHL microfilm 1,710,721. 3:231 William Zimmerman to Martha Tucker 3:486 Jesse S. Engle to Ida E. Tucker 5:143 Charles R. Richey to Lavina R. Tucker 18. Richland County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society, "The Western Sentinel and Richland County Weekly Advertiser," Pastfinder, 10 (Oct.-Dec. 1991), p. 63. 19. William N. Tucker, Union Pension File 794,872, Co. B, 74th Regt. Ind. Vol. Infantry, National Archives. 20. Whiteside Co., IL Obituaries, William N. Tucker obituary. 21. 1870 Whitley Co., Indiana census, James Jones household, p. 439. 22. 1860 Whitley Co., Indiana census, Catherine Tucker household, p. 745. Isaiah Smith in household, his first wife Rachel is not. 23. One year before age of 5 given for daughter Rhoda in #24, and age of 15 in #39 (as Jane). 24. 1870 Whitley Co., Ind. census, Susan Tucker household, p. 463B. 25. Declaration for pension dated 2 April 1907 in #14. 26. Genealogical Society of Whitley County, Indiana. Coesse Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Union Twp., Whitley Co., Ind. 27. Letter 14 April 1977 from Whitley Co., Indiana Health Department, Columbia City, Indiana. 28. Allen Co., Indiana marriage record 6, p. 196. 29. Allen Co., Indiana marriage record 19, p. 547. 30. Jayne Kennedy Sweger, Marriages in Whiteside County, Illinois 1856-1881 3000 Marriage Notices Extracted From Early County Newspapers, p. 92 [image 93]. 31. Clinton Co., Iowa marriage register 2:347, #8092, FHL microfilm 1,005,210. 32. William N. Tucker headstone Oakridge Cem., Albany, Whiteside Co., IL. 33. Morrison Chapter NSDAR Cemetery Records: Western Half of Whiteside County, Illinois, Fenton Cemetery, p. 6. 34. Genealogical Society of Whitley County, Indiana. Garrison Cemetery, Smith Twp., Whitley Co., Ind. 35. 1910 Whitley Co., Indiana, Marion Tucker, p. 166A. 36. Whitely Co., Indiana Probate Order Book A:224, FHL microfilm 1,710,463. 37. Martha Zimmerman obituary, Bent County Democrat, Las Animas, Colorado, 14 April 1926. [birth given as 11 Jan. 1855] 38. 1860 Whitley Co., IN, Richard M. (sic, W.) Tucker household, p. 753. 39. 1880 Whitley Co., IN, Susan Tucker household, p. 380A. 40. Susannah Tucker obituary, unknown newspaper, unknown date, probably a Kendallville, Ind. newspaper as Levina "Ritchie" was called "of this city." 41. Letter Alma (Sell) Bair to Fredric Z. Saunders, Oct. 1975. Alma was a granddaughter of Ida, and stated Ida died when her (Alma's) mother (born 10 Dec. 1883) was age 4. 42. Lavinia R. Richey headstone, Lake View Cem., Kendallville, Noble Co., Ind. 43. William H. Zimmerman household, 1900 Bent Co., Colorado census, p. 289B. 44. Illinois Statewide Marriage Index. 45. Almina Graves headstone Coesse Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Columbia City, Whitley Co., Ind. 46. Albert Tucker headstone Coesse Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Columbia City, Whitley Co., Ind. 47. Martha A. Tucker Showalter headstone Fenton Cemetery, Fenton, Whiteside Co., Ill. 48. Martha Elizabeth Zimmerman headstone Las Animas Cem., Las Animas, Bent Co., Colorado. 49. Lavina R. Richey death certificate, "Indiana Death Certificates 1899-2011", Ancestry.com 50. Robert Albert Tucker death certificate, "Indiana Death Certificates 1899-2011", Ancestry.com 51. Sarah Anna Smith, death certificate, "Indiana Death Certificates 1899-2011", Ancestry.com 52. Joseph Tucker died testate in 1816 Hampshire Co., [West] Virginia. While only three children were named in his will, there were 10 children who each sold their shares of land (left to his wife Lucy). Deeds of the heirs of Erasmus and heirs of Aaron state they were a "tenth" part. Those ten heirs and deeds in Hampshire County were: Erasmus Tucker heirs [Deed Book 29, pp. 182-183] Bennet Bean and wife Ruth of Hardy Co., VA [Deed Book 23, pp. 1-2] Aaron Tucker, deceased, of Hardy Co., VA [Deed Book 26, pp. 103-104] Joseph Tucker and wife Jane of Hardy Co., VA [Deed Book 23, pp, 241-242] Thomas Tucker of Ohio [Deed Book 24, pp. 277-278] David Tucker of Ohio [Deed Book 24, pp. 277-278] John Tucker and wife Damarius of Athens Co., Ohio [Deed Book 26, pp, 97-98] John [H.] Tucker and wife Elizabeth of Athens Co., Ohio [Deed Book 21:549-550] George Bean and wife Ann of Athens Co., Ohio [Deed Book [Deed Book 26, pp, 97-98] Nathan Tucker, to whom all the others sold their shares. He and wife Mary sold all this in 1837. [Deed Book 32:290-293] Note that both a John Tucker and wife Damarius and John Tucker and wife Elizabeth sold land as residents of Athens Co., OH. In the 1820 Athens Co. census John Tucker and John H. Tucker were listed next to each other. John and wife Damarius continued to live in Athens Co. and were there in the 1850 census. By 1830 John H. Tucker was listed next to his father Richard Tucker in Richland Co., Ohio. Those records would show that John Tucker who married Damarius was the son of Joseph, and that Elizabeth who married John H. Tucker was a daughter of Joseph. 53. Hampshire County, VA, Deed Book 8, pp. 215-219. 10 Feb. 1791 John Deaderick and Geroge Michael Deaderick to Joseph Tucker of Hampshire Co. VA. 10 Feb. 1791 John Deaderick and Geroge Michael Deaderick to Thomas Tucker of Montgomery Co., MD. 54. Thomas Tucker household, 1830 Sanganon Co, IL, p. 205. 55. Richard Tucker household, 1790 Montgomery Co., MD, p. 56. 56. Hampshire Co., VA Deed Book 14, pp. 285-287. 57. Hampshire Co., VA Deed Book 14, pp. 287-289. 58. Frederick Co., MD, Deed Book L, pp. 210-211. 59. Montgomery Co., MD, Deed Book D, pp. 95-96. 60. Eleanor M. V. Cook, "1777 Tax List of Montgomery County", Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, Vol. 31, Number 1, Winter 1990. 61. Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh and Margaret Roberts Hodges,' Revolutionary Record of Maryland, (Annapolis, MD: G. M. Brumbauch, 1924, pp. 3-4.

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