Charles Laurie McCAWLEY -- Elected July 1, 1890. Brigadier-General, The Quartermaster, U.S. Marine Corps. 1610 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of William McCALLA (1731-1815); Captain, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Associators, August 21, 1775; Captain, Seventh Company, Second Battalion, Bucks County Militia, May 6, 1777; Chief, Forage Department, Bucks County, 1779; Commissioner of Purchases, 1780-81. Great-great-great-grandson of William HOLT; Commissary for the American Army during the Revolution.
Ralph Walker McDOWELL -- Elected December 22, 1911. Lieutenant-Commander (Medical Corps), U.S. Navy. Naval Hospital, San Diego, Calif. Great-great-grandson of John McDOWELL (1745-1811); Surgeon of the Second Pennsylvania Continental Infantry; Senior Surgeon of the Sixth Pennsylvania Regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Josiah HARMER, commanding.
Samuel McGOWAN -- Elected November 15, 1915. The Paymaster General of the Navy and Rear Admiral (Pay Corps) U.S. Navy, Chief of Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department. University Club, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of Thomas FARRON (1755-1843) of North Carolina; who enlisted as private in Captain James SAUNDERS Company, Major William MOORE's Battalion, January 1, 1777; Commissioned First Lieutenant, November 1778.
William Buckner McGROARTY -- Elected April 15, 1912. (By transfer from the Ohio Society) Agent. Southern Railway. Box 155, Falls Church, Va. Great-great-grandson of Nicholas TALIAFERRO (1757-....); Ensign, Tenth Virginia, August, 1777; Second Lieutenant, November 15, 1777; Sixth Virginia; First Lieutenant, February 18, 1781, to close of war. Great-great-grandson of Philip BUCKNER (1747-1820);served as Captain and Commissary, December, 1777, Virginia (Caroline County) Troops.
Duer McLANAHAN -- Elected August 19, 1920. Student. 2031 "Q" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-great-great-grandson of James POTTER, Colonel, Pennsylvania Militia, 1775; Brigadier-General Pennsylvania Convention, 1776; Vice- President of Pennsylvania, 1781.
Francis Worthington MANSFIELD -- Elected April 2, 1894. Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired). 1267 Garfield Avenue, Pasadena, Calif. Great-grandson of David PHIPPS of Connecticut; Captain of the U.S. Frigate Essex; served throughout the Revolution.
Charles Clagett MARBURY -- September 30, 1920. Physician. 1015 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Luke MARBURY (1742-....) of Maryland; Colonel in Maryland Militia, taken prisoner at Battle of Germantown, October 4, 1777. Great-great-grandson of Otho Holland WILLIAMS (....-1794) of Maryland; First Lieutenant of CRESAP's Company Maryland Riflemen, June 21, 1775; Major of STEPHENSON's Maryland and Virginia Rifle Regiment, June 27, 1776; wounded at Fort Washington, November 16, 1776; Colonel Sixth Maryland, December 10, 1776; transferred to First Maryland, January 1, 1781; Brigadier-General Continental Army, May 9, 1782; retired January 16, 1783.
Charles Carroll MARTIN -- Elected November 30, 1917. Editor. 32 Burling Slip, New York, N.Y. Great-great-great-grandson of Captain George KILGORE (....-1819); who was sworn in as First Lieutenant of the Loudoun County, Virginia Militia on August 9, 1779 and later was commissioned Captain and as such served as long as his services were required.
Frank Bostick MARTIN -- Elected April 19, 1916. Army Medical Museum, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of General John MARTIN, 3d (1749-....) of South Carolina; who served in the capacity of General under General WASHINGTON in the War of the Revolution.
George Ralph MARVELL -- Elected March 21, 1817. Captain, U.S. Navy. Commandant, Armor and Projectile Plant, Charleston, W. Va. Great-great-grandson of Stephen MARVELL (1737-1806) of Massachusetts; Private, Steven BULLOCK's Company, Thomas CARPENTER's Regiment.
Richard Nelson MASON -- Elected May 27, 1915. Business Manager, Gunston Hall School. 1906 Florida Avenue, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of Robert RANDOLPH (1759-1825; Ensign, 1775; Lieutenant, June 14, 1777; Captain in BAYLOR's Dragoons, Virginia Troops; Aide-de-Camp to General Anthony WAYNE; Member of the Virginia House of Delegates.
Arthur MATHEWSON -- Elected December 21, 1906. (By transfer from New York Society) Physician. 1410 "H" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of Samuel McCLELLAN (1730-1807); Captain of Company of Cavalry at Lexington, April 19, 1775; Major in Eleventh Regiment of Connecticut Militia October 15, 1775; Lieutenant-Colonel, December 27, 1776; Colonel, January 23, 1779, and Brigadier-General of the Fifth Brigade, Connecticut Militia, June 10, 1784. He was on duty with his Regiment in New Jersey in 1776; in the expedition to Rhode Island in 1777, and commanded the troops at New London and Groton from 1871 to the end of the war.
Frederick William MATTESON -- Elected May 27, 1915. Major (Quartermaster Corps), U.S. Army. 3838 Woodley Road, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Samuel MATTESON, Jr. (1762-1848); Private in Captain Thomas SAWYER's Company, Colonel HERRICK's Regiment, Vermont Troops. Great-grandson of Benjamin BARTHOLOMEW (1752-1812); Member of the Provincial Assembly for Chester County, Pennsylvania, and a member of the Committee of Safety, 1772 to 1775; First Lieutenant, Fourth Pennsylvania Battalion, January 5, 1776; retained to January 1, 1783. Great-great-grandson of Nathaniel FISH, Jr.; private in Captain H. EDGERTON's Company of Norwich, Connecticut; Private in Captain Simon FISH's Company of Colonel FREEMAN's Regiment.
Gerald De Courcy MAY -- Elected March 26, 1910. 1325 "K" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of John MAY (1748-1812); Member of Boston "Tea Party," 1773; Colonel, First or Boston Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; Major under Count de ROCHAMBEAU in Rhode Island. Great-great-grandson of Edward COURSEY; Captain in Revolution, 1778.
Henry MAY -- Elected June 25, 1892. 1325 "K" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of John MAY (1748-1812); Member of Boston "Tea Party," 1773; Colonel, First or Boston Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; Major under Count de ROCHAMBEAU in Rhode Island. Great-grandson of Edward COURSEY; Captain in Revolution, 1778.
Genry Coleman MAY -- Elected April 5, 1907. Diplomat, State Department. 1325 "K" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of John MAY (1748-1812); Member of Boston "Tea Party," 1773; Colonel, First or Boston Regiment, Massachusetts Militia; Major under Count de ROCHAMBEAU in Rhode Island. Great-great-grandson of Edward COURSEY; Captain in Revolution, 1778.
William Pain MEREDITH -- Elected December 13, 1915. Insurance. 16 E. Merles Street, Chivvy Chase, Md. Great-great-grandson of Captain William PAIN (1758-....); who organized and commanded the "Flameout Blues" of Fredericksburg, Virginia, during the Revolutionary War. Great-great-great-grandson of Colonel John CONTEE (1722-1796); was a signer of the "Association of the Freemen of Maryland" July 26, 1775. Great-great-grandson of Richard A. CONTEE (1753-1818); who was an ensign in the Revolutionary period and participated in meeting of citizens held in Upper Marlborough, 1775; and was placed on the Committee of Inspection for Patuxent District, to watch the movements of the British ships. Great-great-great-great-grandson of Captain William BOWIE, who was on June 22, 1774, a delegate from Prince George's County, to Annapolis Convention; was a member of the Commission of Correspondence and was on of the signers of the Association of Freemen of Maryland. He served with the patriots to organize the Minute Men. Great-great-great-grandson of Walter BOWIE of Maryland, who was very prominent during the Revolution and was twice Congressman. He also signed the "Association of Maryland Freemen."
William Park METCALF -- Elected May 13, 1891. Attorney-at-Law. 1122 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Peleg THOMAS (1736-1836); Lieutenant in Captain RUDD's Company, Twelfth Regiment Connecticut Militia, Colonel Jonathan TRUMBULL; Member National Council of Safety. Great-grandson of Moses MAYNARD (1756-1835); who was mustered for BURGOYNE's Campaign, August 22, 1777; in Captain WALES' Company, Colonel Jonathan LATIMER's Regiment.
Benjamin De Mier MILLER -- Elected November 4, 1895. Lumber. New York Avenue and Sixth Street, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of John LIBBEY (1760-1812) of New Hampshire; Private, Colonel Joshua WINGATE's New Hampshire Regiment.
William MITCHELL -- Elected March 31, 1920. Brigadier General, U.S. Army. Director Air Service, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Jonathan DANFORTH of Massachusetts, who was in Captain HOWARD's Company at Battle of Bunker Hill; Was in Asa DANFORTH's Company at Bennington, and with troops of General GATES at Saratoga. Great-great-great-grandson of Thomas DANFORTH, who was a Minute Man and fought at Bunker Hill. Great-grandson of Philip BECKER of New York, who was a Private in Captain KOCH's Company, Colonel KLOCK's Regiment and he rendered valuable services as a scout.
Harry Thornton MOORE -- Elected October 30, 1918. Major, Quartermaster Corps, U.S.A. Assistant Zone Transportation Officer, Jeffersonville, Ind. Great-grandson of Moses MOORE, Quartermaster Sergeant, LEE's Legion, Virginia.
Howell MORGAN -- Elected May 6, 1903. Chief Clerk, Indian Service. 219 St. Philip Street, Baton Rouge, La.. Great-great-grandson of George MORGAN (1742-1810) of Pennsylvania; First Lieutenant, First Voluntter [sic] Company, Philadelphia; Commissioned Colonel, January 8th, 1777; acted as Deputy Commissary General of WASHINGTON's Army at Valley Forge.
James Morris MORGAN -- Elected December 3, 1901. 1735 Twentieth Street, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of George MORGAN (1742-1810) of Pennsylvania; First Lieutenant, First Voluntter [sic] Company, Philadelphia; Commissioned Colonel, January 8th, 1777; acted as Deputy Commissary General of WASHINGTON's Army at Valley Forge.
Steuart Brown MUNCASTER -- Elected June 7, 1897. Physician. 931 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Zadock MAGRUDER; Colonel of Lower Battalion, of Lower District of Frederick County, Maryland. Great-great-grandson of Archibald ORME (1730-1810): Colonel, Maryland Militia.
George Hewitt MYERS -- Elected October 18, 1915. Forester. 2310 "S" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-great-grandson of Major General Israel PUTNAM (1718-1790) of Connecticut; Lieutenant Colonel in the Lexington Alarm, April, 1775; Colonel Third Connecticut, May 1, 1775; Major General Continental Army, June 19, 1775; relieved, June 3, 1783.
John Twiggs MYERS -- Elected January 10, 1917. Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps. Commanding Marine Barracks, Naval Station, Pearl Harbor, H.T. Great-grandson of General John TWIGGS, who raised a partisan Legion and was in many expeditions against the British with the commission of Colonel in the Georgia Militia; Commissioned as Brigadier General in August, 1781; and served to the end of the war.
John Lowe NEWBOLD -- Elected May 27, 1915. President, Merchants Transfer and Storage Company. 920 "E" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of William Chruchill HOUSTON; Member of the Continental Congress, 1776; Captain Second Battalion, Somerset, New Jersey Militia, 1776. Great-great-great-grandson of Jonathan PHILLIPS (1744-1801); Second Lieutenant, Second New Jersey, November, 1775; First Lieutenant, November 29, 1775; Captain, Fourth Regiment, Hunterdon, New Jersey Militia, May 10, 1777, and served to April, 1783.
Newbold NOYES -- Elected September 30, 1920. Journalist. 1614 "S" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-great-grandson of William Chruchill HOUSTON; Member of the Continental Congress, 1776; Captain Second Battalion, Somerset, New Jersey Militia, 1776. Great-great-great-great-grandson of Great-great-great-grandson of Jonathan PHILLIPS (1744-1801); Second Lieutenant, Second New Jersey, November, 1775; First Lieutenant, November 29, 1775; Captain, Fourth Regiment, Hunterdon, New Jersey Militia, May 10, 1777, and served to April, 1783.
Charles Fitz Randolph OGILBY -- Elected September 26, 1917. Attorney-at-Law. 1416 "F" Street, Washington, D.C. Great-great-grandson of Moses SCOTT (1737-1821); Surgeon Second Regiment Middlesex County New Jersey Militia; Colonel John WHITEHEAD, February 14, 1776; appointed Senior Physician and Surgeon of the General Hospital, Middle District, Continental Army to date from June 1, 1777; resigned December 13, 1780.
William Otway OWEN -- Elected September 30, 1920. Colonel (Medical Corps) U.S. Army (Retired). 1719 Ontario Road, Washington, D.C. Great-grandson of Owen OWENS of Virginia (1752-1819); Private in Captain John ABNER's Company (patrollers of Staunton) of Virginia, Augusta County, Militia.