|Posted By:||Caron Primas Brennan|
|Subject:||Selby DAR connection|
|Post Date:||April 21, 2001 at 10:45:23|
|Forum:||Selby Family Genealogy Forum|
Mrs. Tennie Selby Burk.
DAR ID Number: 115823
Born in Clark Co., Mo.
Wife of Arthur J. Burk.
Descendant of John Clay, William Trego, Samuel Kell, Nicholas Selby, and Solomon Longsworth, as follows:
1. Hiram Selby (b. 1862) m. 1885 Ella Jackson Clay (b. 1863).
2. Rev. Enoch George Selby (1811-96) m. 2nd 1848 Elizabeth Dumire (1832-80) Samuel Paton Clay (1834-1914) m. 1857 Emily Kell (b. 1837).
3. Rev. Caleb Selby (1780-1858) m. 1807 Nancy Longsworth; John Ingram Clay (1790-1873) m. 2nd 1821 Patsy Eldridge (1801-53); Benjamin Kell (1811-78) m. 1st 1832 Rosihanna Beckner (1809-45).
4. Nicholas Selby m. 1775 Lucretia Evans (1756-1817); John Clay m. 1779 Patsy Ingram; Samuel Kell (1778-1835) m. 1808 Sarah Trego (1787-1835); Solomon Longsworth m. 1785 Lucretia M. Elfresh (1758-1838).
5. William Trego m. 1782 Betty Stubbs (1758-1825); Samuel Kell m. 1769 Elizabeth —.
John Clay served as cadet in Capt. Samuel Hopkins' company, Virginia regiment. He was born, 1757, in Cumberland County, Va.; died in Bourbon County, Ky.
William Trego (1754-1814) enlisted, 1776, as a private in Capt. Persifor Frazer's company, Col. Anthony Wayne's regiment, 4th battalion. He was born and died in Chester County, Pa.
Samuel Kell served as private in Captain Through's company, Col. Patterson Bell's regiment, Pennsylvania Line. He died, after 1820, in Warren County, Ohio.
Also No. 101376.
Nicholas Selby (1750-1825) served as private in 2nd Maryland regiment, 1780, and took Oath of Allegiance. He died in Anne Arundel County, Md.
Solomon Longsworth took the oath of fidelity and support to the government. He was born in Virginia; died in Frederick County, Md.
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