Charlotte I. Roscoe (1887-1975): married to Charles Albert Menke in 1906. Their children: Harold, Lawrence, Willis, Cecil, Elsie, Raymond, Kenneth, Irene, Lorna, Robert, Clarence, Rosie, Gracie. Robert died young and Lawrence didn't have children.
William Harlow Roscoe (1859-1947): married to Lena Jorgenson in 1882. Their children: Laura (1883-1980), Cleveland (1885-1961), Charlotte, Frank Edward (1889-1923), Charles (1891-1914), Oliver Bert (1895-1919), David Harlow (1897-1948), Cecil (1900-1906). Only Laura, Charlotte and possibly Frank had any children.
David A. Roscoe (1823-1884): married Mary Fero in 1854. Their children: Nancy (1855-1913), Martha (1857-1875), William Harlow, Sherman (1862-1948), George (1864-1952), Franklin Abraham (1866-1951), Ervin (1868-1886), Bertruss (1870-1957), Edward (1874-1929), Charles Dole (1876-1962). Ervin and Martha died young, I don't believe Franklin had any children.
Nancy Corbin (1784-1872): married Russell Roscoe about 1815. Their children: William Harlow (1816-1847), Sherman (1818-1852), Almyra (1820-1857), David A., Daniel Ward (1826-?). Nancy would have been what is termed a "Real Daughter", being the daughter of the Patriot, but the DAR was not organized before her death.
Patriot Asa Corbin (1742-1808): married Mercy Harlow in 1778. Their children: Sarah (1779-?), Darius (1780-1849), John (1782-1862), Nancy, Lois (1786-1857), Hamlin (1788-1851), Martha (1790-1790), James (1791-?), Polly (1793-1795), Sophia (1796-1825), William Harlow (1798-1868).
Any female who is a direct descendant of anyone listed here would be eligible to apply for DAR membership. You need documentation of births, marriages and deaths through your blood line to prove your relationship to your ancestor. Leave a comment below if you are interested in joining. I'd be glad to help you if I can.