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Bessie (Phillips) Bachman, descendant of Valentine Phillips

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11 Oct 2013 12:11 #1368 by Mamie
Born in Stroudsburg, Pa.
Wife of Floyd Bachman.
Descendant of Valentine Phillips, John Staples, Michael Gum, Capt. Abraham Miller, John Garis, and Henry Van Wey, as follows:
1. Martin Luther Phillips (1853-1916) m. 1873 Hannah Garis (1853-1918).
2. Frederick Phillips (1830-93) m. 1849 Anna Staples (1826-1914); William Hill Garis (1829-97) m. 1850 Catharine Van Why (1830-1906).
3. John Phillips (1807-41) m. Mary Gum (1807-88); George Staples (1795-1884) m. 1815 Elizabeth Wagner (b. 1859; Timothy Van Why (1796-1871) m. 1826 Margaret Heisler (1808-99; Abraham Garis (1800-78) m. Sarah Smith (1801-76.
4. Valentine Phillips m. 1st Anna Maria (1762-1837) ; John Staples m.1779 Margaret Teeple (1760-1848); David Gum (1781-1865) m. Catherine; John William Heisler m. 1801 Margaret Miller; John Garis m. Elizabeth Stout (b. 1751; Henry Van Why m. 1794 Mary Lewis 1781-1855.
5. Michael Gum m. Catherine (1747-1808; Abraham Miller m. 1st Catherine _____.
Valentine Phillips (1759-1834) served as private in Capt. Nicholas Kern's company, Northampton County associators. He was born in Upper Mt. Bethel; died in Northampton County, Pa.

John Staples (1754-1843) enlisted, 1777, in the artillery raised at Annapolis, Md., and known as the Maryland and Virginia artillery, under command of Col. Charles Harrison. He was born in London, England; died in Smithfield, Pa.

Michael Gum served as private, 1782, in Capt. Hugh Gaston's company, Northampton County, Pennsylvania Line. He died, 1815, in Northampton County, Pa.

Abraham Miller (1740-1821) was a member of the Constitutional Convention and captain of Hamilton Company, Northampton County, Pa. He was born and died in Northampton County, Pa.
John Garis (1750-1832) was private under Captains Robert Robertson and William McHenry, Bucks County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Bucks County, Pa.; died in Bushkill, N. Y.

Henry Van Wey (Why) (1765-1814), served as private from Pennsylvania in the Revolution. He was born in Holland; died in Monroe County, Pa.
Also No. 86886.

Source: National Lineage, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume CIX, published by the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1929; Pgs. 279-280

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