Note: this Mary Draper should not be confused with Mary Draper Ingles. Mary
Draper (1719–1810) is known for the help she gave members of the Continental
Mary Draper is famous for her efforts to assist the Continental Army by offering
food, hospitality, clothing, and ammunition to the Patriots.
Sep 13, 2008 ... Born in 1732, Mary Draper was the daughter of George Draper and Eleanor ...
her to health, and she was soon reunited with her husband, Will.
Apr 25, 2013 ... Mary Draper was 18 years old when she married 21-year-old William ... William,
Mary's husband, was away at the time and was not captured.
She advised her husband through thousands of letters. ... Mary Draper - Mary
Draper is famous for doing everything she could to help the American troops.
Mary Draper Ingles was reunited with her husband; they moved to a spot by the
New River near Radford, Virginia, where they operated a ferry, built a new home,
Mary Draper, who was the wife of Captain Draper of Revolutionary fame, ... she
exhorted her husband to lose no time in hastening to the scene of action; and ...
Biography of Mary Draper Ingles, who survived captivity by Indians.
Mary was born in 1732 to George Draper and Eleanor Hardin Draper within the ...
At the time of the attack William Ingles, Mary's husband, was in the fields some ...
Mar 1, 1998 ... But return Mary Draper Ingles did, arriving back home naked, skeletal ... Mary's
husband was in his fields harvesting wheat when he heard the ...