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I've recently started the long process of joining the DAR and am collecting the necessary proofs. I'm joining through a female ancestor, Ann(e) Coles Mott who nursed the sick and injured American soldiers at Sugar House in NYC. If you think we're related or have any proofs or information to share with me, please contact me - every little bit helps!

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New York City, New York

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(From the papers of Hopper Striker Mott and The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 36)

Morning Courier and NY Enquirer of Friday morning, July 17 1840

"On Thursday morning, the 16th inst., at the residence of her late son, Jordan Mott, Mrs. Anne Coles [Mott], in her 92nd year.

Her friends and those of her late sons, Samuel, Jordan and Jacob C. Mott are respectfully invited to attend her funeral at the foot of 51st Street, Hudson River, this afternoon at 5 o'clock.  The deceased was sister of Jesse Coles, a Revolutionary Patriot in the confidence and secret service of General Washington and was one of the associates of Mmes. Whittin and Todd. whose benevolence was actively exerted to relieve the necessities and sufferings of American prisoners confined by the British in the city of New York during the war."

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