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Veterans

Revolutionary War

Johannes Aurand

John Detrich Aurandt
(Son of Johannes Aurand)

Commodore Thomas Tingey, USN
(First Commandant of the Washington Navy)

Rear Admiral Thomas Tingey Craven, USN
(Husband of Commodore Thomas Truxtun's Granddaughter)

Commodore Bladen Dulany, USN
(Brother-in-law of Commodore Thomas Tingey)

Commodore Thomas Truxtun, USN
(His Grandaughter married Commodore Thomas Tingey's Grandson)

War of 1812

John Aurandt, Jr. - A soldier in the War of 1812
(Son of John Detrich Aurandt)

Civil War

Joseph F. Aurandt - Civil War soldier who died at Chancellorsville
Co. "B" 125th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry

David R. Donnelly - Civil War soldier wounded at Antietam
Co. "B" 125th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(His wife was the Great Grandaughter of John Detrich Aurandt)

John Donnelly - Civil War soldier
Co. "B" 110th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(David R. Donnelly's brother)

John Detrich Aurandt, Jr. - Civil War soldier
Co. "D" 110th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(Son of John  Aurandt, Jr.)

John Aurandt - Civil War soldier who died at Andersonville
Co. "D" 184th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry

Alfred Aurandt - Civil War soldier
Co. "E" 84th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
(John Aurandt's brother)

Samuel C. Hite - Civil War soldier who died at Andersonville
55th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry

Captain Tunis Augustus Macdonough, USN
(In command of the monitor "Techumseh" when it struck a torpedo at Battle of Mobile Bay)
(Grandson of Commodore Thomas Tingey)

Henry Clay Bowie
Moseby's Raiders - CSA

World War I & II

Colonel Frederick Dean Hite

Lieutenant Richard Stewart Hite

General Henry Spiese Aurand

Admiral Evan P. Aurand's military career
(Son of General Henry Spiese Aurand)

General Washington Bowie, Jr.
(From Across the Years in Prince Georges County by Effie Gwynn Bowie)


Other Distinguished Relatives

Daniel Rapine
Mayor of Washington in 1812

Peter K. Aurand's death during the California Gold Rush

 

The background picture is a Dupont power mill along the Branywine River at the Hagley Museum just north of Wilmington, Delaware.
These mills were used to make the black powder that helped many of our relatives above to gain and keep America's independence.

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