Remembering Our Patriots

Our dedication to historic preservation isn’t just about saving artifacts or transcribing a few records. It also means making the important information more accessible for those interested in early American history. For this reason, our chapter has set up virtual cemeteries on FindAGrave where we document the final resting locations of chapter patriots, Pennsylvania War of 1812 veterans, and Real Daughters of these patriots as we find them in our research.

Our members’ proven patriots represent 13 of the 18 states admitted to the union at the time of the War of 1812.

Chapter Member Patriots:

John Adkins, Virginia Thomas Lamoreaux, Pennsylvania
John Arundell, Virginia George Lutz, Pennsylvania
James Bartlett, Kentucky William Mooney, Georgia
James Madison Bartlett, Kentucky Thomas Morris, Virginia
David Bevier, New York William Myers, New Jersey
Isaac Bridge, Massachusetts Samuel Neidich, Pennsylvania
James Burroughs, New Jersey Thomas Park, Connecticut
Adam Clum, New York Philip Peiffer, Pennsylvania
John Cribbs, Pennsylvania & Ohio Eldredge Potter, Tennessee
James Dillard, Virginia Isaac Ritter, Pennsylvania
Jan Baptiste Gagnon, New York Asa Slayton, Massachusetts
Alanson Green, New York Almond Spoor, Vermont
Joseph Hart, Pennsylvania Henry Stone, Pennsylvania
James Heinlein, Pennsylvania Wilhelmus VanSant, Pennsylvania
Nathaniel Hobart, New Hampshire James Augustus Wall, Virginia
John Howey, Pennsylvania Andrew Weir, Virginia
William Huston, Pennsylvania Daniel Welker, Pennsylvania
Johann Jacob Isenhart, Maryland