Revolutionary Soldiers
Buried in Lewis County, NY
DAR Magazine Vol 48, No. 6 June 1916

Graves located and marked by Lowville Chapter, D.A.R., Lowville, N.Y.

List compiled by Mrs. C. Fred Boshart


Adams, Levi b Simsbury, Conn, 1763, d June 1831, m (2) Ruth Stevens. Private 
in 2nd Reg St. Drags. Buried in Lowville.

Bush, Jonathan b Chatham, Comm., 1745, d July 2, 1825, m Esther Warner. Capt. 
8th Co. 19th Regt. Of Train Band of the State. Buried Turin.

Clinton, Issac (Rev.) b West Milford, Conn., Jan 21, 1759, d March 18, 1840, m 
Charity Wells, six children. Daughter Maria m Ela Collins. Was a soldier, 
minister and teacher. Buried Lowville.

Davenport, Charles (Capt.) b April 15, 1751, d Dec 12, 1812, m Elizabeth 
Taylor in 1778. Children: Benjamin, Alexander, Sally, Chaarles, Ira, Betsy, 
Ashley, Roxanna, John R. Buried Lowville.

Dewey, John b Westfield, Jan 20, 1754, d Dec. 31, 1821. In 3d Mass. Regt. 
Buried Locust Grove.

Dewey, Josiah assigned to Captain Daniel Dewey's Company, Colonel Obadiah 
Johnson's Regiment, he did serve as soldier for ten months in 1778 during the
Revolutionary War. He also served in the Wyoming Valley Company under Captain
Durkee. Buried West Leyden Cemetery.

Dewitt, Moses b 1757, d 1850. Buried Stowe Square, Lowville.

Henry, Jonas b 1746, d 1821. Buried West Martinsburg.

Johnson, Edward b 1759, d 1851. Rev. Pensioner. Buried Houseville.

Martin, Adam (Capt.) b 1739, d 1818, m Abigail Cheney, children – Jeremiah, 
Walter, Sarah, Abigail, Elizabeth, Mary. Captain in Col. Ebenezer Learned’s 
Regt. Buried Martinsburg.

Pitcher, Reuben b 1763, d Feb 15, 1844, m Martha Barrett, children David,
Daniel, Reuben, Moses, Philander, Almond, Martha, Roxanna, Dema. Buried 

Rogers, Jonathan b March 11, 1756, d April 16, 1841, m Mercy Rogers. (Burial
location not mentioned in article) comments:  "The jonathan rogers dob 3/11/1756 and died 4/16/1841 was married to Jemima Danks, not Mercy.
There may be another Jonathan Rogers about that time. This is in regard to revolutionary soldiers buried in Lewis county."

Bill Rogers, CPA

Lamping & Associates, Inc.

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Ryel, Peter b July 25, 1759, d Dec 29, 1843, m Mehitable Washburn. Children: Andrew, Isaac, Hannah, John B., Peter, Margaret, Mehitable, David D., Charles W., Hiram C. Buried Copenhagen. Sholl, ( Shull) John, b Tillaburg, Germany, 1749, d 1827, m Merilanina Schmidt. Battle of Oriskany. Ensign and First Lieutenant. Buried Lowville. Sliter, (or Slaughter) John b 1754. Member Ulster Co. Militia, Col. Johannes Hardenburg commanding. Census 1840 shows John Slaughter aged 84 yrs pensioner of Greig, N.Y. Buried Port Leyden. Smith, Lewis d May 21, 1841, aged 89 years. Albany Co. Militia, 12th Regt. New York. Buried Leyden Hill. Spafford, John (Col.) b in Conn., 1752, d 1823. At the taking of Ticonderoga in 1775, under Allen and Arnold he assisted with his Company, and was directed to join Col. Warner in his attempt upon Crown Point. Buried Lowville. Spencer, Rufus. Served in Dutchess Co. Militia. Buried Lowville. Stebbins, John. Battle of Saratoga. Buried Martinsburg. Sturdevant, Caleb d Oct 17, 1837. Battles of Germantown and Monmouth. Buried West Martinsburg. Williams, Bartholomew b 1762, d 1846. Pensioner in 1840. Buried in West Martinsburg. Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Lewis Co. New York. Graves Unmarked. Alexander, Nathaniel (Capt) b Springfield. Mass., Nov 1744. Married Eunice Hitchcock 1772, d 1829. Buried West Martinsburg. Ensign, First Lieutenant and then Captain in Col. Edward Wiggleworths Mass. Infantry. Bush, Zaccheus. Dutchess Co. Militia Second Regt. Had title of Major. Died Nov 21, 1811. Buried Houseville. Morgan, Ithamar b 1762. Present at reunion of Revolutionary soldiers at Lowville July 4th, 1826. Buried Houseville. Nickelson, Nathaniel b dec 3, 1751, married Lydia Hillman, d April 13, 1825. Private, stationed at Marthas Vineyard. Buried Stowe Square Burying Ground, Lowville. Noonin (Nooney) Zebulon. Dutchess Co. Militia, 6th Regt. Land Bounty Rights. Buried Lyonsdale.