Generation
    Blood Line
    Spouse
1
Jay C. WOOD
    Donna Lea PLYMALE VAUGHAN
2
Clark Jay WOOD
    Francez Martha Ellen CHANCE
3
Grace Belle HEWITT
    Harley John WOOD
4
Harriet Isabel STUNTZ
    John Jay HEWITT
5
Edward Wells STUNTZ
    Isabel HILBORN
6
Mary RANDALL
    George STUNTZ
7
Steven RANDALL
    Cynthia WELLS
    For information, use this link:  Sons of the Revolution.  I am not including their complete
requirements here because I cannot speak for the Society.
    Basically, you need an ancestor who served in the American Revolutionary War. (See the
Note at the bottom of this page.)
    Click the "Application for Membership" link at the
Sons of the Revolution site to see if you
are qualified.
Steven RANDALL is my 4th Great Grandfather and my Qualifying Ancestor for the Sons of the Revolution. He
was probably born about 1740 in Westerly, Rhode Island and died in Erie County, Pennsylvania sometime after
1800. Little is known about Cynthia WELLS (my 4th Great Grandmother) other than her name.
Steven RANDALL served as a Lieutenant in Col. Schuyler's Sixth Regiment, Albany, New York Militia during
the American Revolutionary War.
Sons of the Revolution
Note:
There is a great deal of similarity between the Sons of the American Revolution and the Sons of the
Revolution
besides their names. The membership requirements are almost but not identical and they both
require a Qualifying Ancestor who was involved in the American Revolution.. A great number of
members of one are also members of the other and it is possible to use the same Qualifying Ancestor to
join both.  
     
However, they are two separate and distinct organizations!
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