(Listed by the state from which they served. SDI means a signer of the Declaration of Independence.)

Connecticut
Jedidiah Brewster
Ichabod Fairman
Ebenezer Folsom
Aaron Hibbard
Richard Johnson
Joseph Kingsbury
Amos Kinne
Thomas Knowlton

Delaware
Jourdan M. Mannering

Georgia
John Groover
Benjamin Hart
Hosiah Layfield
Nancy Morgan Hart
Jacob Mercer

Massachusetts
William Ayer
John Churchill
Benjamin Gates
Isaac Gibson
James Hazeltine
Abijah Joslin/Jocelyn
Jehiel Munger
Barthlolomew Raymond
Thomas Upham

Maryland
James Drane, Sr.
Peter Koons
Lt. Ninian Beall Magruder
Samuel Magruder
James Winchester
William Young

North Carolina
Thomas Bazemor
Thomas Bazemore, Sr.
John Brewster
William Brewster
John Campbell
Ebenezer Fain
Thomas Futrell
Jourdan M. Mannering
John Moore
Samuel Sewell, Sr.

New Hampshire
Aaron Quimby
James Wilcox

New Jersey
John Henry Couse
Jonas Eylet
John Hart (SDI)
John Mott
Detrich Struble
Abner Wade

New York
Josiah Gale
Henry Paddock
Uriah Rogers
Ensign Daniel Struble
Joel Tallmadge
William Tapp
Simon Van der Cook
Joseph Worden

Pennsylvania
Moses Andrews
John Claypoole
Peter Diener
Robert Fleming
Thomas Martin
James McCartney
John Shannon
John Henry Spyker
Benjamin Walker

Rhode Island
Lydia Calloway
Benjamin Gorton
David Richmond

South Carolina
Andrew Barry
Thomas Bell
Joseph Bouchillon
James Ford
William Thornhill

Virginia
George Boone
Joseph Cabell
Richard Caloway
Aaron Collier
William Copeland
Samuel Cox
William Deu Pree
Jonathan Douglass
Thomas Dupree
Ebenezer Fain
Higgason Grubbs
Nathaniel Hart
Joseph Harvey
Christopher Irvine
George Kile
James Menees
Tharlton Payne
Jenkins Phillips
Joseph Poindexter
Gottlieb Printz
William Porterfield
William Thomas
William Thornbury
Christopher Trinkle
John Van Cleave
Richard Wells
Henry Whiting

State Not Known
Henry Fry
Thomas Goodwin
Eliphalet Graves
Philip Livingston (SDI)
Henry Pendleton
Nathaniel Vannoy
 

The patriots listed to the left are represented by their descendants in the El Marinero Chapter NSDAR. The map below shows how many of these patriots came from each state. Note how the state boundaries in 1783 were different from how they are today. Prospective members prove their lineage from only one patriot to join the DAR. Lineages for additional patriots in our families are proven with “supplemental” applications after the first one is approved. If you desire additional information about these patriots, please refer to the Genealogy Research System (GRS) on our National Society web site.

This is only a partial list since not all members have submitted their supplemental applications for this chart.