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ANNUAL REGISTER OF 
THE COLONIAL DAMES 
OF THE STATE OF 
NEW YORK, 1893-1898. 



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ORGANIZED APRIL 29TH, 1893 
INCORPORATED APRIL 29TH, 1893 



PUBl Ir HED BY AUTHORITY OF 
THE r.OARD OF MANAGERS 



NEW YORK : 

MDCCCXCVIII 




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Entered According to Act of Congress, in the Year 1898, by the Colonial Dames 

OF the State of New York, in the Office of the Librarian 

OF Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



,.-'Ji.-i OF COS, 




rWO COPIES RECEIVED. 



CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION 



OF THE 



Colonial Dames of the State of New York. 



We, the undersigned women, citizens of the United States and of the 
State of New York, all being of full age, do hereby associate and form 
ourselves into a Society by the name, style and title of : 

" The Colonial Dames of the State of New York," 

and in order that the said Society shall be a body corporate and politic 
under and in pursuance of the Act of the Legislature of the State of New 
York (Chapter 267), passed May 12th, 1875, entitled " An Act for the in- 
corporation of societies or clubs for certain laivfiil purposes,'" and of the 
several Acts of the Legislature of said State amendatory thereof, we do 
hereby certify: 

First. — 'That the name or title by which the said Society shall be 
known in law, shall be " The Colonial Dames of the State of New York." 

Second. — That the particular business and objects of the said So- 
ciety shall be patriotic, historical, literary, benevolent and social, and for 
the purposes of perpetuating the memory of those honored men whose 
sacrifices and labors, in colonial times and until national independence 
was assured, potentially aided in laying the foundations of a great em- 
pire; of collecting and preserving the records of their services, and of 
undertaking or assisting in the erection of proper memorials thereof; of 
inspiring among the members the patriotic spirit of their forefathers in 
colonial times; of inculcating in the community in general, sentiments of 
nationality and patriotism, and respect for law, order and constituted 
authority ; of promoting social intercourse ah4' friendship among the 
members ; of undertaking or assisting in the proper commemorative cele- 
bration of important events in the history of the Colonies, and of other 
patriotic events of national importance; of affiliating and uniting with 
other State Societies of Colonial Dames in such manner as may not be 
inconsistent with law, in order to concert and take such measures, 
patriotic, historical, literary, benevolent and social, as may conduce to 



the general intendment of this Society, and better accomplish the objects 
herein before set forth. 

Third. — That the number of managers, trustees or directors who 
shall have the control and management of the afifairs of said Society 
shall be six, and the names of the managers for the first year are : 

Eleanor Van Rensselaer Fairfax, 

Mary Van Wyck Church, 

Katherine E. Turnbull, 

Ruth Lawrence, 

Maria Duane Bleecker Miller, 

Matilda Oakley Rhinelander. 

Fourth. — That the principal office of said Society, " The Colonial 
Dames of the State of New York," shall be located in the City, County 
and State of New York. 

In witness whereof, we have hereunto and to the duplicate hereof 
set our hands and seals at the City of New York, the twenty-fourth day 
of April, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and 
Ninety-three. 

Signed and sealed in the presence of 

JOHN G. DAVIS. 

(Signed) Eleanor Van Rensselaer Fairfax, [seal.] 

Mary Van Wyck Church, [seal.] 

" Katherine E. Turnbull, [seal.] 

" Ruth Lawrence, [seal.] 

" Maria Duane Bleecker Miller, [seal.] 

" Matilda Oakley Rhinelander. [seal.] 

State of New York, ) 

City and County of New York, f 

On this 25th day of April, One Thousand Eight Hundred and 
Ninety-three, before me personally appeared, Eleanor Van Rensselaer 
Fairfax, Mary Van Wyck Church, Katherine E. Turnbull, Ruth Law- 
rence, Maria Duane Bleecker Miller, Matilda Oakley Rhinelander, to 
me known, and known to me to be the parties described in and who exe- 
cuted the foregoing instrument, and they severally acknowledged that 
they executed the same. 

(Signed) JOHN G. DAVIS, 
[sEAL.]ss.: N. Y. Co. 



State of New York, i 

City and County of New York, ) 

I, Henry D. Purroy, Clerk of the City and County of New York, 
and also Clerk of the Supreme Court for the said City and County, the 
same being a Court of Record, do hereby certify, that John G. Davis, 
whose name is subscribed to the certificate of the proof or acknowledg- 
ment of the annexed instrument, and thereon written, was, at the time 
of taking such proof or acknowledgment, a Notary Public in and for 
the City and County of New York, dwelling in the said City, com- 
missioned and sworn, and duly authorized to take the same. And fur- 
ther, that I am well acquainted with the handwriting of such Notary, 
and verily believe that the signature to the said Certificate of proof or 
acknowledgment is genuine. 

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the 
seal of said Court and County, the 28th day of April, 1893. 

(Signed) HENRY D. PURROY, 

(Endorsed) Clerk. 

Certificate of Incorporation of the Society of " The Colonial Dames 
of the State of New York." 

Supre;me Court, Special Term, 
City and County of Neiv York. 

I hereby consent to and approve of the incorporation of the wathin 
named society. 



Dated April 26th, 1893. 



EDWARD PATTERSON, 

Justice Supreme Court. 



State of New York, ) 
Office of Secretary of State, f 

Filed and recorded, April 29th, 1893, 11 A. M. 

TH. E. BENEDICT, 



Deputy Secretary of State. 



City and County of New York, / 
Office of the County Clerk. [ 

Filed and recorded, April 29th, 1893, H-OS A. M. 



BY-LAWS 



OF 



THE COLONIAL DAMES 



OF THE 



STATE OF NEW YORK. 



SECTION I. 



NAME OF INSTITUTION. 



This Society shall be known by the name, style and title of " The 
Colonial Dames of the State of New York." 



SECTION II. 

MEMBERSHIP. 

The members of the Society shall consist exclusively of women of 
Colonial descent, not less than eighteen years of age, and shall include 
those women who have instituted and established the same, and such 
other women only as shall be eligible as hereinafter provided, and duly 
admitted. 

No person shall be eligible for admission as a member unless she 
be lineally descended from an ancestor as the propositus, whose qualify- 



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ing services, to enable the descendant to acquire such membership, shall 
for the State of New York be comprised in, and limited and restricted 
to, one of the following classes, viz : 

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DUTCH PERIOD. 

Directors-General of the Province of Nieuw Netherland. 
Vice-Directors of Fort Orange and of the South River Colony. 
Members of the Council of the Director-General. 
Members of the Representative Bodies of Nieuw Netherland, known as 

" The Twelve Men," " The Eight Men " and " The Nine Men." 
Members of the Provincial Conventions. 
Patroons of Nieuw Netherland. 
Burgomeisters of Nieuw Amsterdam. 
Schouts-Fiscaal. 

Acting Commissioners of Indian Affairs, as Magistrates of Fort Orange. 
Commissioners of Boundaries, and of Treaties with other Colonies. 
Commissioned OfBcers of Troops, under Dutch Colonial Rule. 



ENGLISH PERIOD. 

Governors. 

Lieutenant-Governors. 

Chief-Justices of the Province of New York. 

Members of the Governor's Council. 

Secretaries of the Council of the Province of New York. 

Secretaries of the Province. 

Deputy Secretaries. 

Justices of the Supreme Court. 

Judges of the Court of Admiralty. 

Chancellors. 

Masters of the Rolls. 

Attorneys-General. 

Presiding Judges of the Court of Common Pleas. 

High-Sherififs. 

Speakers of the Provincial Assembly. 

Members of the Assembly, who served two or more years. 

Members of the Colonial Congresses of 1722, 1754 and 1765. 



Commanders of the Forces of the Province. 

Commissioned Officers of the MiHtia of the Province. 

Commissioners appointed to treat with other Colonies. 

Commissioners of Indian Afifairs, prior to 1776. 

Receivers-General of the Province, 

Surveyors-General of the Lands. 

Surveyors of the King's Woods. 

Chief Magistrates of the Islands of Nantucket and Martin's (now 

Martha's) Vineyard, 1664 to 1691. 

Mayors and Recorders of Albany, prior to 1776. 

Mayors and Recorders of New York, prior to 1776. 

Lords of Manors. 

Presidents of King's College in City of New York. 

AMERICAN PERIOD. 

Members of the Continental Congresses of 1774, 1775 and 1776. 
Members of Committees of Safety, prior to July 4, 1776. 
Members of the Provincial Congresses of 1775 and 1776. 
Signers of the Declaration of Independence. 

No service of an ancestor shall be deemed as qualifying service in 
this Society where such ancestor, from whom the descent is derived, 
adhered to, or took protection from the enemy during the War of the 
Revolution, or who failed to maintain an honorable record. 

No person shall be admitted to membership in this Society unless 
she shall be eligible by reason of lineal descent from an actual or de- 
ceased member thereof, or from a propositus whose qualifying service 
is set forth in one of the classes of persons mentioned in this article, nor 
unless she be otherwise judged worthy of becoming a member and be 
deemed acceptable to the Society. 



SECTION III. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

The control and management of the afifairs and funds of the So- 
ciety shall be in a Board of Managers, who shall be elected by the So- 
ciety from its members. 

The managers shall be divided into classes so that not less than 
one-third of their number shall be elected annually by the Society. 



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No two persons within the relationship of mother, daughter, or 
sister shall be eligible to be members of the Board of Managers at the 
same time. 

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SECTION IV. 

OFFICERS. 

The Officers of the Society shall be a President and two Vice- 
Presidents, who shall be elected annually by the Society by ballot, and 
a Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Registrar 
and Historian, who shall be elected annually by the Board of Managers 
from their own number. 

The President and Vice-Presidents shall be cx-oUicio members of 
the Board of Managers. 

SECTION V. 

ADMISSION OF MFMBFRS. 

No woman shall be a candidate for admission unless invited and 
proposed by one member and seconded by another member of the So- 
ciety, to both of whom she must be well known. Persons to whom 
such invitations shall have been extended shall furnish, to the members 
who have invited and seconded them, such proof of eligibility as is de- 
fined in Section II., which shall be satisfactory, from personal knowl- 
edge, to said nominating members. 

If the nomination prove acceptable to the Board of Managers, the 
candidate then shall be called upon to set forth, in a written application 
su.bscribed by herself and in detail, her claim of eligibility and line of 
descent from her propositus in the form prescribed by the Society and 
upon the blanks furnished by the Society for that purpose. 

Said blanks shall contain a declaration upon honor, that the facts 
therein set forth are true to the best knowledge and belief of the candi- 
date, and that, if admitted to membership in the Society, she will en- 
deavor to promote the purposes of its Institution, as set forth in Article 
II of the Constitution, and will observe and comply with its By-Laws 
and Regulations, the whole being duly attested before a Notary. 

The Board of Managers may require more detailed statements or 
proofs concerning the eligibility or qualifications of the proposed mem- 
ber, and shall have exclusive power to determine the same and to admit 
her to membership. 



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No admission to membership shall be effective, nor shall the can- 
didate be enrolled in the Society, until after payment of the stated 
initiation fee, notice for which shall be sent by the Treasurer. 



SECTION VI. 

INSTITUTION. 

At every meeting, the purposes of the Institution will be fully con- 
sidered, and the best measures to promote them adopted. 

No question, however, involving the party politics of the day within 
the United States, shall ever be discussed or considered in any meeting 
of the Society, or of the Board of Managers, or any Committee thereof. 

SECTION VII. 

COMMEMORATIONS. 

The members of the Society shall, when practicable, hold one or 
more commemorative celebrations every year. 

SECTION VIII. 

INSIGNIA. 

The Insignia, or distinctive Badge of the Society, shall be that 
prescribed by the Constitution of the National Society of the Colonial 
Dames of America. 

The Insignia shall be worn by the members conspicuously, and 
only on the left breast, on all occasions when they shall assemble as such 
for any stated purpose or celebration, or upon occasions of ceremony 
in which they may participate in any official capacity, and upon other 
occasions when, by recognized usage or custom, the wearing of such 
insignia is appropriate. 

It shall never be worn except in the manner and under the con- 
ditions herein prescribed, nor shall the ribbon be displayed separately, 
or the Badge worn as an article of jewelry. 

The Registrar of the Society shall order the Badge for the mem- 
bers thereof, and no member shall receive or retain more than one Badge, 
unless to replace one, the loss or destruction of which shall be satisfac- 
torily established. 



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Every Badge of the Society heretofore or hereafter issued to a mem- 
ber, shall be the property of such member, subject to the Rules of the 
National Constitution. 

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SECTION IX. 

SEAL. 

The seal of the Society shall be one and seven-eighths of an inch in 
diameter, and shall contain therein the arms of the Province of Nieuw 
Netherland, the whole encircled by a band three-eighths of an inch wide, 
thereon in the upper half the words " Colonial Dames," and in the lower 
half the words " New York." 

The Recording Secretary shall be the custodian of the seal, which 
shall be identical in every particular with this description. 



SECTION X. 

INITIATION FEE, DUES AND CONTRIBUTIONS. 

The Initiation Fee for every member shall be Fifteen Dollars, to- 
gether with the cost of the Insignia ordered for and issued to her, which 
cost shall be from time to time ascertained by the Board of Managers. 

The annual dues for every member shall be Five Dollars, which 
shall be payable on or before the day fixed for the annual meeting of the 
Society in every year. 

The payment, at one time, of One Hundred Dollars shall thence- 
forth exempt the member, so paying, from the payment of annual dues. 

Any member who may contribute Four Hundred Dollars to the 
" Permanent Fund " of the Society shall be exempt from the payment 
of annual dues, and this exemption shall extend in perpetuity to her 
lineal successors in membership from the same propositus, one at a 
time, who may be selected for such exemption by the Society. 

SECTION XI. 

PERMANENT FUND. 

There shall be a " Permanent Fund," to be derived from contribu- 
tions, and to remain forever to the use of the Society, the income only 
of which shall be expended. 



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SECTION XII. 

PRESIDENT. 

The President, or in her absence the Senior Vice-President who may 
be present, or in their absence a chairman pro tempore, shall preside at 
gll meetings of the Society and of the Board of Managers, and shall 
exercise the usual functions of a presiding officer under general par- 
liamentary rules, subject to an appeal to the Society, or to the Board of 
Managers, as the case may be, where such an appeal is recognized as 
proper under such rules. 

The President shall be ex-oiJicio a member of all committees other 
than the Committee on Nominations. 

She shall have power to convene the Board of Managers and ap- 
point the place and hour of such meeting, when called by her. 

She shall also perform such other representative duties on behalf 
of the Society, either personally or by correspondence, as the Society 
or Board of Managers may find desirable or necessary, or as custom- 
arily appertain to her office, and she shall enforce a strict observance 
of the By-Laws and standing Regulations of the Society. 

In case of her decease, resignation, neglect to serve, or inability 
from any cause to act as President, the duties of the office shall devolve 
en the Senior Vice-President who may be able to act, until the vacancy 
caused by such decease, resignation, or neglect to serve, shall be filled, 
or the inability shall cease. 

SECTION XIII. 

RECORDING SECRETARY. 

The Recording Secretary shall notify all qualified and accepted per- 
sons of their admission, and shall perform such other duties as the So- 
ciety, or Board of Managers, or her office may require of her. 

She shall have charge of the Seal, Certificate of Incorporation if 
any there be, historical and other documents and records of the Society, 
and shall affix the Seal to every properly authenticated Certificate of 
Membership, of which she shall keep a list, and shall transmit such Cer- 
tificate without delay to the member for whom it shall be issued, or to 
her proper representatives. 



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She, together with the presiding officer, shall, when necessary, certify 
all acts of the Society, and in proper cases authenticate them under 
Seal. 

She shall have charge of all printing directed by the Society or by 
the Board of Managers, and may, if necessary, be assisted in this work by 
a Committee of two other Members of the Board appointed at her re- 
quest. 

A Standing Committee on publications shall be annually appointed. 

She shall give due notice of the time and place of all meetings of 
the Society and of the Board of Managers, and shall attend the same. 

She shall keep fair and accurate records of all the proceedings and 
orders of the Society and of the Board of Managers, and shall give 
notice to the several officers of all votes, orders, resolves and proceed- 
ings of the Society, or of the Board of Managers affecting them or ap- 
pertaining to their respective duties. 

She shall at the Annual Meeting, and oftener if required, report 
to the Society the names of those persons who have been admitted to 
membership, and also the names of those members whose resignations 
or voluntary withdrawals or transfers have been consented to and ac- 
cepted, and also the names of those members who have been expelled, 
or dropped for non-payment of dues, or for failure to substantiate claim 
of descent. 

In her absence from any meeting a Recording Secretary pro tempore 
may be designated therefor by the presiding officer, unless the Corres- 
ponding Secretary shall be present to act in such capacity. 



SECTION XIV. 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 

The Corresponding Secretary shall conduct the general correspon- 
dence of the Society and keep a record thereof. 

She shall assist the Recording Secretary in the performance of such 
duties of that office as the Board of Managers may, from time to time, 
devolve upon her, and may in such cases give required notices, certify 
and authenticate, when necessary, any acts, documents or records of 
the Society. 

In case of the absence of the Recording Secretary from any meet- 
ing of the Society or Board of Managers, or of her decease, resignation. 



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neglect to serve, or inability from any cause to act in that capacity, the 
duties of the office, other than acting as one of the Board of Managers, 
shall devolve on the Corresponding Secretary until the Recording Secre- 
tary shall return, or until the vacancy caused by such decease, resig- 
nation, or neglect to serve, shall be filled, or until the inability shall cease. 



SECTION XV. 

TREASURER. 

The Treasurer shall collect and keep the funds and securities of the 
Society, and as often as those funds shall amount to One Hundred Dol- 
lars they shall be deposited in some bank in the City of New York, 
which shall be designated by the Board of Managers, to the credit of 
" The Colonial Dames of the State of New York," and such funds shall 
be drawn thence on the check of the Treasurer for the purposes of the 
Society only. 

Out of these funds, she shall pay such sums only as may be ordered 
by the Society or by the Board of Managers, and shall perform such 
other duties as the Society, or Board of Managers, or her office may re- 
quire of her. 

She shall keep a true account of her receipts and payments, and 
at every Annual Meeting render the same to the Society with a full 
statement of the financial condition of the Society, when a Committee 
shall be appointed by the presiding officer to audit her accounts, unless 
the Society shall, at such meeting, by a vote, appoint such Committee 
for such purpose. 



SECTION XVI. 

REGISTRAR. 

The Registrar shall file and keep on record all the proofs or duly 
certified copies thereof upon which membership shall be granted, to- 
gether with the declarations of adherence to the By-Laws of the So- 
ciety. She shall order from the National Registrar the insignia for the 
members, keeping an accurate record of the number of every badge and 
to whom issued, and, from time to time, perform such other duties as may 
be devolved on her by the Society or by the Board of Managers. 



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SECTION XVII. 

HISTORIAN. 

The Historian shall keep a detailed record, to be deposited with 
the Recording Secretary, of all the historic and commemorative cele- 
brations of the Society, and she shall edit and prepare for publication 
such historical addresses, essays, papers, and other documents of an his- 
torical or commemorative character, other than a register of members, as 
may be required to be published by the Society or Board of Managers. 

At every Annual Meeting, if there shall be a necrological list for 
the year then closing, she shall submit the same, with carefully pre- 
pared biographies of the deceased members. She shall also perform 
such other duties, not in the particular function of any other officer, as 
may, from time to time, be devolved on her by the Board of Managers. 



SECTION XVIII. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

The Board of Managers shall judge of the qualifications of every 
candidate who shall make proper application to the Society for admis- 
sion thereto, and shall have power to admit her to membership therein, 
if found eligible and qualified under the Constitution and By-Laws of 
this Society. 

No admission shall become effective unless by the vote of the Board 
of Managers at a legal meeting, and two negative votes shall prevent 
favorable consideration of any application for membership. 

The Board of Managers may, through the Recording Secretary, 
call special meetings of the Society at such times and places as they 
may see fit, within the State of New York, and they may arrange for 
commemorative celebrations by the Society. 

They shall recommend plans to the Society for promoting its pur- 
poses, and when practicable may digest and prepare business for its 
meetings, and shall supervise all publications issued in its name, and 
decide whether copies of records or other documents or papers may be 
furnished on request of any person, in cases not pertaining directly to 
the business of the Society and the proper conduct of its afifairs. 

They shall generally superintend the interests, and shall have the 
control and management of the affairs and funds, of the Society, and 



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may appoint any necessary committees, representation to other kindred 
organizations, or subordinate official. 

They shall also perform such duties as may be prescribed by the 
By-Laws, or required by any Standing Rule or Resolve of the Society; 
provided, however, that they shall at no time be required to take any 
action nor contract any debt for which they shall be jointly or severally 
liable. 

They shall be competent to remit the fees or dues of any member 
or members for reasons in their judgment sufficient, and also to con- 
sent to and accept the resignation or voluntary withdrawal from mem- 
bership of any enrolled member of the Society. 

They may require the attendance of any member of the Society, or 
of any official or committee thereof, at any meeting for consultation 
and advice, and they may in their discretion, from time to time, appoint 
a Committee of three members of the Society to be known as the Com- 
mittee on Admissions, to whom, in doubtful cases, applications for mem- 
bership may be referred for preliminary investigation and careful ex- 
haustive report as to eligibility and qualifications. Such reports shall 
be rendered without unnecessary delay and be subscribed and certified 
on honor. 

The Board of Managers shall meet as often as they may desire, or 
at the call of the President, or upon the written request of any three 
members of the same, addressed to the Recording Secretary and naming 
a reasonable time and place. 

A majority of the whole number of members of the Board of Man- 
agers shall be necessary to constitute a legal meeting thereof and be a 
quorum for the transaction of business. 

At every annual meeting and at such other times as may be re- 
quired by the Society, they shall submit thereto a general report of 
their proceedings during the year then closing. ' 



SECTION XIX. 

RESIGNATION. 

No resignation or voluntary withdrawal from membership of any 
member enrolled in this Society shall become effective as a release from 
the obligations thereof, unless consented to and accepted by the Board 
of Managers. 



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Upon such consent and acceptance all and every right, title and 
interest of the person whose membership is so determined, in or to this 
Society, or in or to its property or effects by reason of her former mem- 
bership, shall cease and be forever at an end. ^ 



SECTION XX. 

DECEASE OF MEMBERS. 

The membership of any person in this Society shall be determined 
by her decease, and all and every right, title and interest of the person 
whose membership is so determined, in or to this Society, or in or to its 
property and effects by reason of her former membership therein, shall 
cease and be forever at an end. 

Upon the decease of any member residing within the State of New 
York, notice thereof and of the time and place of the funeral shall be 
given by the Recording Secretary, by publication or other notice to the 
resident members, and it shall thereupon become their duty, when prac- 
ticable, to attend the obsequies. 

Any member, upon being informed of the decease of a member, shall 
make it her business to promptly notify the Recordmg Secretary. 



SECTION XXI. 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE. 

The Society may at the Annual Meeting every year choose a 
Nominating Committee of not less than three nor more than nine mem- 
bers, to nominate members to fill vacancies in the Board of Managers 
and President and Vice-Presidents, at the succeeding Annual Meeting. 

In case the Society shall not choose such a committee, the Presi- 
dent shall, prior to every Annual Meeting, appoint such a Nominating 
Committee from among the members longest enrolled as such, who may 
consent to serve on such committee, exclusive of officers or members 
of the Board of Managers. 

The Nominating Committee shall select and submit to the mem- 
bers their recommendations for the vacancies to be filled by the So- 
ciety at its ensuing meeting, but this shall not preclude the right of any 
member to submit other names for election nor to vote as she may 
desire. 



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SECTION XXII. 

VACANCIES AND TERMS OF OFFICE. 

Whenever an office in this Society shall be vacant by reason of the 
decease, resignation, or neglect to serve, of the member elected thereto, 
or from other cause, the Board of Managers may fill the vacancy for 
the unexpired term. 

Whenever an officer shall be suspended, or be unable properly to 
perform her duties by reason of absence, sickness, or other cause, the 
Board of Managers shall have power to appoint a member to such office 
{ro tempore, who shall act in such capacity until the inability due to sus- 
pension, absence, sickness or other cause shall cease; provided, however, 
that the office of President shall not thus be filled by the Board of Man- 
agers when there shall be a Vice-President to enter upon the duties of 
the office. 

In like manner the Board of Managers may fill vacancies among 
its own members under the same conditions and limitations; and in case 
any member, other than an officer thereof, shall be absent from three 
consecutive meetings of the same, without explanation deemed satis- 
factory by such Board, her place therein may be declared vacant by the 
Board of Managers and filled by an appointment of another member 
for her unexpired term. 

The Board of Managers may also fill vacancies in committees due 
to any of the before recited causes. 

Subject to the provisions of this section, all officers of the Society 
and the members of the Board of Managers shall, from the time of their 
election or appointment, continue in their respective offices until their 
successors shall be duly chosen. 

The Board of Managers shall divide themselves into classes by 
agreement or by lot, so that the terms of office of one-third thereof shall 
terminate at every annual meeting, and an opportunity be then afforded 
for the Society to elect others in their stead. 



SECTION XXIII. 

EXPULSION AND SUSPENSION. 

The Board of Managers shall have power to expel any enrolled 
member of this Society who, by conduct inconsistent with honorable 
character or by an opposition to the interests of the community in gen- 



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eral, or of this Society in particular, may render herself unworthy to con- 
tinue a member, or who shall persistently transgress, or without good 
excuse willfully neglect or fail in the performance of any obligation en- 
joined by the By-Laws or by any standing Rule of this Society; provided, 
that such member shall have received at least ten days' notice of the 
charge preferred against her, and of the time and place for hearing the 
same, and have thereby been afforded an opportunity to be heard in 
person. 

When the cause of expulsion shall not have involved turpitude nor 
moral unworthiness, any member thus expelled may, upon the unan- 
imous recommendation of the Board of Managers, but not otherwise, be 
restored by the Society at any meeting. 

The Board of Managers shall also have the power to drop from 
the Roll the name of any member of the Society who shall be at least 
two years in arrears in the payment of dues, and who, on notice to pay 
the same, shall fail and neglect to do so within ten days thereafter, and 
upon being thus dropped her membership shall cease and determine; 
but she may be restored to membership at any time by the Board of 
Managers, on her application therefor, and upon her payment of all such 
arrears and of the annual dues from the date when she was dropped to 
the date of her restoration. 

The Board of Managers may also suspend any officer from the per- 
formance of her duties for cause, which proceeding must be reported 
to the Society and acted upon by it within thirty days, either by recision 
cf the suspension, or removal of the suspended ofificer from ofifice and 
from the Board of Managers, or otherwise the suspension shall cease. 

When an ofificer is thus removed by the Society, the Board of Man- 
agers shall fill the vacancy in the Board thus created for the unexpired 
term, and shall also elect another member to the ofifice. 



SECTION XXIV. 

DISQUALIFICATION. 

No member, who may be enrolled as a member in this Society, shall 
be permitted to continue in membership, where the proofs of claims of 
eligibility by descent shall be found defective and insufficient to sub- 
stantiate such claim, or not properly authenticated. 

The Board of Managers may, after thirty days' notice to such per- 
son to properly substantiate or authenticate her claim, require the 



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Recording Secretary, if she shall have failed, or neglected to comply 
satisfactorily with such notice, to erase her name from the list of mem- 
bers. Such action, however, by the Board of Managers must be by 
unanimous vote at a legal meeting. 

Where the Board of Managers shall direct the erasure of a per- 
son's name for a cause comprehended under this section, such person 
shall have a right to appeal to the next annual meeting of the Society; 
but she shall not be restored to membership unless by a vote of three- 
fourths of the members present on that occasion, or at a subsequent 
meeting to which the consideration of the appeal may have been speci- 
fically postponed. 



SECTION XXV. 

ANNUAL AND SPECIAL MEETINGS. 

The Society shall hold an Annual Meeting on the Fourth day of 
April, in every year, except when such date shall fall on Sunday, in which 
case the meeting shall be held on the following day. 

In the election to fill vacancies in the Board of Managers, then to 
be held, the voting shall be by ballot, and a majority vote shall be neces- 
sary to a choice. 

Special meetings of the Society shall be held by direction of the 
Board of Managers or upon the written request of not less than fifteen 
members of the Society, at such time and place as the Board may direct. 

At such special meeting no business shall be transacted except 
such as shall be specified in the notice therefor. 

At least one week's notice of time and place of Annual or Special 
Meetings shall be given by mailing through the post ofifice of the United 
States, from the residence of the Recording Secretary, a written or 
printed notice to every member of the Society, the postage on every 
such notice to be duly prepaid. 

The Society may, from time to time, at an Annual Meeting, fix the 
number of members who shall constitute a quorum for the transaction 
of business in future meetings, and in like manner alter such number. 

Such quorum shall constitute a legal meeting of the Society, and, 
in lieu of any such action nine members shall constitute such a quorum. 



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SECTION XXVI. 

ORDER OF BUSINESS. 

The meetings of the Society for business shall be generally con- 
ducted according to Parliamentary law, and the following order of 
business shall, as far as the same may be applicable, be followed : 

1. Meeting called to order by Presiding Officer. 

2. Readings of Minutes of prior meetings not previously acted upon, 
and action thereon. 

3. Election of Managers and President and Vice-Presidents. 

4. Communications from, or report of. Board of Managers. 

5. Reports of Officers. 

6. Reports of Special Committees. 

7. Unfinished business. 

8. Written communications requiring action by the Society. 

9. Specially noticed business. 

10. Notices of motion for subsequent meeting. 

11. Miscellaneous business. 

12. Reading of the Certificate of Incorporation to the Third Clause. 

13. Adjournment. 

SECTION XXVII. 

SERVICE OE NOTICES. 

It shall be the duty of every member to inform the Recording Sec- 
retary, by written communication, of her place of residence and of any 
change thereof, and of her Post Office address. 

Service of any notice under these By-Laws upon any member of 
the Society, addressed to her at her last recorded place of residence or 
Post Office address, and forwarded by mail, shall be deemed sufficient 
service of such notice. 

SECTION XXVIII. 

RECOMMENDATION OF CANDIDATES. 

No member shall approve an application for membership in this 
Society unless she shall know the candidate to be worthy, and shall have 
satisfied herself, by due examination of proofs, that such candidate is 
eligible and otherwise qualified, and that she will, in her judgment, if 
admitted, be a desirable member, and acceptable to the Society. 



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SECTION XXIX. 

CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP. 

Every member shall be entitled to receive a Certificate of Mem- 
bership, which shall be authenticated by the President and Recording 
Secretary of the Society, and to which the seal shall be affixed. 

The Certificate shall be procured by the Recording Secretary. 

It shall be in the form prescribed by the Constitution of the " Na- 
tional Society of Colonial Dames of America." 

SECTION XXX. 

ALTERATIONS AND AMENDMENTS. 

These By-Laws may be amended at an Annual or Special Meeting 
of the Society by a three-fourths affirmative vote of the members pres- 
ent; provided, explicit notice of said amendment shall have been duly 
given and subscribed in writing by a member at a Business Meeting, 
not less than thirty days, nor more than ninety days, previous to said 
Annual or Special Meeting, and provided, second, that a printed notice 
of the intended alteration or amendment shall have been appended to the 
call to said meeting, sent to each member of the Society. 



OFFICERS 



OF 



The National Society of the Colonial Dames 

OF AMERICA. 



Preside7it. 

Mrs. HOWARD TOWNSEND, 
New York. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents. 

Mrs. BEVERLY KENNON, 

District of Columbia. 

♦Mrs. henry G. BANNING, 

Delaware. 

First Vice-President. 

Mrs. E. D. GILLESPIE, 

Pennsylvania. 

Second Vice-President. 

Mrs. W. W. GORDON, 
Georgia. 

Treasurer. 

Miss ELIZABETH BYRD NICHOLAS, 
District of Columbia. 

Secretary. 

Mrs WILLIAM REED, 
Maryland. 

Assistatit Secretary. 

Mrs. J. J. JACKSON, 
Maryland. 

Registrar. 

Mrs. EMIL RICHTER, 

New Hampshire. 

♦Deceased. 



OFFICERS 



OF 



The Colonial Dames of the State of New York 

FROM ITS INCORPORATION. 



President. 
Mrs. HOWARD TOWNSEND. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Mrs. ROBERT E. LIVINGSTON, 
= Mrs. PIERRE VAN CORTLANDT, 
Mrs. WILLIAM RHINELANDER, 
Mrs. BENJAMIN SILLIMAN CHURCH. 

Recording Secretaries. 

Mrs. benjamin SILLIMAN CHURCH, 
Mrs. ALFRED ELY. 

Corresponding Secretaries. 

Miss KATHERINE E. TURNBULL, 
Mrs. CHARLES B. CURTIS. 

Treasurers. 

Mrs. WILMOT TOWNSEND COX, 
Mrs. ELIHU CHAUNCEY. 

Registrars. 

Mrs. SAMUEL VERPLANCK, 
Mrs. DANIEL M. STIMSON. 



Historian. 
Miss RUTH LAWRENCE. 

* Deceased. 



Board of Managers 



FROM THE INCORPORATION OF THE SOCIETY. 



Mrs. HAMILTON R. FAIRFAX, 

Mrs. ANSON P. ATTERBURY, 

Mrs. S. E. JOHNSON HUDSON, 

Mrs. WILLIAM BEDLOW BEEKMAN, 

Mrs. LYDIG M. HOYT, 

Miss ANNIE NICOLL, 

Mrs. S. van RENSSELAER TOWNSEND, 

Mrs. CHARLES ERNEST PELLEW, 

Mrs. HERMAN T. LIVINGSTON, 

Mrs. LEVI P. MORTON, 

Mrs. LOUIS FITZGERALD, 

Mrs. WILLIAM ROBISON. 



Register of Members. 



I— FAIRFAX, Mrs. HAMILTON R. (Eleanor C. Van Re;nsse- 
laer). 

Fifth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler, 

Seventh in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 

Fifth in descent from Stephen Bayard. 

Third in descent from William Paterson. 

2— CHURCH, Mrs. BENJAMIN SILLIMAN (Mary Van Wyck). 

Seventh in descent from David Provoost. 

Fifth in descent from Abraham Van Wyck. 

Fourth in descent from Theodorus Van Wyck. 

Sixth in descent from Abraham de Peyster. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Henricus Beekman. 

Seventh in descent from David Provoost. 

Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Van Cortlandt. 

Fourth in descent from Pierre Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

Third in descent from Peter Stretch. 

Eighth in descent from Jan Strycker. 

Eighth in descent from Cornells Melyn. 

Fourth in descent from Samuel Howell. 



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3— TURNBULL, Miss KATHERINE EUPHEMIA. 

Fifth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh, 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 

Fifth in descent from Dirck Ten Broeck. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Stephen Groesbeck. 

Third in descent from William Paterson. 

4— LAWRENCE, Miss RUTH WOODHULL. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawrence. 
Fifth in descent from John Lawrence. 
Third in descent from Jonathan Lawrence. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias NicoU. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Woodhull. 
Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Woodhull. 
Sixth in descent from William Smith. 
Fourth in descent from William Smith. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 
Seventh in descent from Jan Strycker. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Lockwood. 

5— COX, Mrs. WILMOT TOWNSEND (Maria Duane Bleecker 
Miller). 

Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 

Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 



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Seventh in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 
Sixth in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 
Fourth in descent from James Duane. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Haring. 
Fifth in descent from Eleazer Miller. 
Fourth in descent from Burnet Miller. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 
Sixth in descent from Jochem Staats. 
Fifth in descent from Barent Staats. 

6— RHINELANDER, Mrs. WILLIAM (Matilda Cruger Oakley). 
Fourth in descent from John Cruger. 
Fifth in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 
Second in descent from Jesse Oakley. 
Third in descent from Henry Cruger. 

7— ATTERBURY, Mrs ANSON P. (Catherine Van Rensselaer). 
Fifth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Fourth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Bayard. 
Third in descent from William Paterson. 

8— HUDSON, Mrs. S. E. JOHNSON (Susan Edwards Johnson). 
Third in descent from William Samuel Johnson. 

9— CHADWICK, Mrs. F. E. (Cornelia Jones Miller). 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 



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Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Haring. 

Sixth in descent from Jochem Staats. 

Fifth in descent from Barent Staats. \ 

Fourth in descent from James Duane. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from PhiUp Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 

Sixth in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 

Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. 

Fifth in descent from Eleazer Miller. 

Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 

lo— BEEKMAN, Mrs. WILLIAM BEDLOW (Katharine Morris 
Ogden Parker). 

Fifth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

Sixth in descent from OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Elisha Parker. 

Fourth in descent from John Parker. 

Third in descent from James Parker. 

Fifth in descent from John Johnstone. 

Tenth in descent from Thomas Welles. 

Ninth in descent from Charles Chauncey. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Piatt. 

Fourth in descent from Joseph Piatt Cooke. 

Seventh in descent from David Goodrich. 

Eighth in descent from John Gallup. 

Fourth in descent from William Skinner. 

Fifth in descent from John Ely. 

Ninth in descent from George Denison. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Griswold. 

II— LIVINGSTON, Mrs. PHILIP (Juliet Morris). 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris. 



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j2— VERPLANCK, Mrs. SAMUEL (Katharink Rankin Wolcott). 

Fourth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Third in descent from Oliver Wolcott. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Seventh in descent from William Leete. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Sixth in descent from Daniel Clarke. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Seventh in descent from William Chittenden. 
Eighth in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Chauncey, 
Fifth in descent from William Worthington. 
Sixth in descent from David Goodrich. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison. 
Seventh in descent from John Gallup. 
Seventh in descent from James Judson. 
Fourth in descent from John Ely. 

13— TOWNSEND, Mrs. HOWARD (Justine Van Rensselaer). 

Fifth in descent, from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

Fourth in descent from Stephen Van Rensselaer. 

Third in descent from Stephen Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Third in descent from Philip J. Schuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Johannes Schuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Bayard. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Abram Staats. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Vetch. 



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14— BUTLER, Mrs. PRESCOTT HALL (Cornelia Stewart 
Smith). 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Woodhull. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
Sixth in descent from WiUiam Nicoll. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Floyd. 

i5_VAN RENSSELAER, Mrs. KILIAEN (Olivia Phelps Atter- 
bury). 

Third in descent from EHsha Boudinot. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Ninth in descent from John Haynes. 
Seventh in descent from William Peartree. 
Fourth in descent from William Peartree Smith. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from George Wyllys. 

i6— RHINELANDER, Mrs. PHILIP (Adelaide Kip). 

Eighth in descent from Hendrick Hendricksen Kip. 

i7_FAIRFAX, Mrs. LINDSAY (Grace Bradford). 

Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 
Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 
Ninth in descent from John Alden. 

i8_VARNUM, Miss SUSAN GRAHAM. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Varnum. 

i9_VARNUM, Miss AMY LENOX. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Varnum. 

20— MILLER, Mrs. JOHN BLEECKER (Cornelia Jones). 

Third in descent from James Duane. 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Fifth in descent from Pieter Haring. 



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Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from PhiHp Pieterse Schuyler. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

21— LIVINGSTON, Mrs. ROBERT E. (Susan M. Clarkson de Pey- 
ster). 
Fifth in descent from Abraham de Peyster. 

* 22— VAN CORTLANDT, Mrs. PIERRE (Katherine Elizabeth 

Beck). 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Brodhead. 

23— NICOLL, Miss ANNIE. 

Sixth in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

* 24— HOYT, Mrs. LYDIG M. (Geraedine Livingston). 

Second in descent from Morgan Lewis. 

Third in descent from Francis Lewis. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Third in descent from Robert R. Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 

Sixth in descent from William Beekman. 

Fifth in descent from Henricus Beekman. 

Fourth in descent from Henricus Beekman. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Third in descent from William Smith. 

Fifth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerritsen Van Schaick. 

25_TOWNSEND, Mrs. STEPHEN VAN RENSSELAER (Janet 
King). 

Fifth in descent from George De Kay. 

26— CROSBY, Mrs. JOHN SCHUYLER (Harriet Van Rens- 
selaer). 

Fifth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

27— CROSBY, Miss ANGELICA SCHUYLER. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 



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28— REMSEN, Mrs. PHOENIX (Sarah Louisa Wagstaff). 
Fourth in descent from Robert Ogden. 

* 29— COOPER, Mrs. JOHN TAYLOR (Angfuca Schuyler). 
Fourth in descent from Pieter Schuyler, 

30— LIVINGSTON, Miss CLARISSE HAZELTINE. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

31— ELY, Mrs. ALFRED (Helena Rutherfurd). 

Fifth in descent from James Alexander. 
Fourth in descent from Walter Rutherfurd. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Seventh in descent from William Beekman, 
Sixth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 
Sixth in descent from Henricus Beekman. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Fourth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Seventh in descent from James Graham. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats. 
Fourth in descent from Judah Champion. 
Fourth in descent from James Landon. 
Eighth in descent from John Russell. 
Ninth in descent from William Whiting. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Collins. 
Ninth in descent from John Talcott. 

32— EMMET, Mrs. DEVEREUX (Ella Batavia Smith). 
Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Woodhull. 

33— HOES, Mrs. WILLIAM M. (Annie Nicoll). 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 



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34— OSBORN, Mrs. HENRY FAIRFIELD (Lucretia Thatcher 
Perry). 

Ninth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Adams. 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 
Seventh in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall. 

35— ROOSEVELT, Mrs. HILBORNE L. (Kate Shippen). 
Seventh in descent from Edward Shippen. 

36— BARBER, Mrs. THOMAS H. (Harriet Bayard Townsend). 

Sixth in descent from KiHaen Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Schuyler. 
Fourth in descent from Philip Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

37_NOURSE, Mrs. CHARLES J. (Julia Livingston Peabody). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Fifth in descent from Jacob Kollock. 

Fourth in descent from John Swift. 

Seventh in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

38— LIVINGSTON, Miss CHARLOTTE LUCIA. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Livingston. 



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Fourth in descent from John Swift. 

Fifth in descent from Jacob Kollock. 

Seventh in descent from Phihp Pieterse Schuyler, 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. ^ 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Eighth in descent from John Alden. 

Seventh in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van SHchtenhorst. 

39— BOWERS, Mrs. JOHN M. (Susan Bowler Dandridge). 
Fifth in descent from Alexander Spotswood. 

40— MILLER, Miss BLANDINA DUDLEY. 

Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 

* 41— PAYNE, Mrs. WILLIAM (Clara Keyes Paige). 

Sixth in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Seventh in descent from OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Richmond. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Thurston. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Shearman. 

Fourth in descent from Thomas IMumford. 

4-'— LAWTON, Mrs. JAMES MARSLAND (Eliza McIntosh 
Clinch Anderson). 

Sixth in descent from James Alexander. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Pieter \'an Brugh Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Bayard. 

Eighth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brueh. 



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Seventh in descent from John Spratt. 
Eighth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Seventh in descent from Jacob Leisler. 

43— SHELTON, Miss HELEN FREDERICA KING. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett. 
Eighth in descent from Roger Ludlow. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Ninth in descent from Richard Treat. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Eighth in descent from Anthony Stoddard. 
Seventh in descent from William Pitkin. 
Sixth in descent from Timothy Edwards. 
Eighth in descent from James Pierpont. 
Eighth in descent from John Ogden. 

44_jOHNSON, Miss EDITH. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Johnson. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Newlin. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Newlin. 
Eighth in descent from Gulian Ver Planck. 
Ninth in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

45— SUTTON, Jr., Mrs. WOODRUFF (Helen Rosalie Remsen). 
Fifth in descent from Robert Ogden. 

46— JONES, Mrs. JOHN D. (Josephine Katharine Floyd-Jones). 

Fourth in descent from David Jones. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 

Seventh in descent from Elbert Elbertse Van Stoothoof. 

Sixth in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Willett. 

Fifth in descent from William Willett. 

47— HILLHOUSE, Mrs. JAMES (Hildegarde SpEyers). 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston, 



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Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Jacob Kollock. 

Eighth in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. ^ 

Fifth in descent from John Swift. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Eighth in descent from PhiHp Pieterse Schuyler. 

Ninth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

48— PELLEW, Mrs. HENRY E. (Augusta Jay). 

Second in descent from John Jay. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Phihp Livingston. 

Third in descent from William Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Anthony BrockhoUes. 

Sixth in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Fourth in descent from Jacobus Van Cortlandt. 

Fifth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Covert Loockermans. 

Sixth in descent from Frederick Philipse. 

Seventh in descent from William Lawrence. 

Fifth in descent from Philip French. 

Fifth in descent from Daniel Whitehead. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

49— WHITE, Mrs. STANFORD (Bessie Smith). 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Woodhull. 
Sixth in descent from William Nicoll. 

fSo- COFFIN, Mrs. JULIAN ROSE (Alice Church). 
Third in descent from Jonathan Trumbull. 

51— SMITH, Mrs. L. BAYARD (Louisa Norwood). 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Seventh in descent from James Graham. 
Fourth in descent from Lewis Morris Ashfield. 



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52— FAIRCHILD, Mrs. CHARLES S. (Helen Ledyard Linck- 
laen). 

Fifth in descent from John Ledyard. 

53— RHINELANDER, Mrs. THOMAS J. OAKLEY (Edith Cruger 
Sands). 

Sixth in descent from John Cruger. 
Eighth in descent from James Sands. 
Seventh in descent from John Sands. 
Fourth in descent from Comfort Sands. 
Seventh in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 
Fifth in descent from Henry Cruger. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Bard. 
Fifth in descent from Peter Bard. 
Sixth in descent from Abram de Normandie. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Fauconnier. 
Ninth in descent from John Walker. 

54— JONES, Mrs. OLIVER LIVINGSTON (Mary Elizabeth 
Jones). 

Eighth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Jackson. 
Fifth in descent from John Jackson. 
Sixth in descent from John Seaman. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

55— FERRIS, Mrs. MORRIS P. (Mary Lanman Douw). 

Third in descent from Volckert Pieter Douw. 

Fifth in descent from Jonas Douw. 

Fourth in descent from Petrus Douw. 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

Fourth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

Seventh in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

Fifth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

Fourth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 



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Eighth in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 

Seventh in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 

Sixth in descent from Roger Wolcott. ^ 

Fifth in descent from Matthew Griswold. 

Ninth in descent from William Collier. 

Eighth in descent from Daniel Clarke. 

Seventh in descent from Benjamin Church. 

Sixth in descent from Volckert Janszen Douw. 

Fifth in descent from JMyndert Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Nicholas De Meyer. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Ninth in descent from Richard Warren. 

Eighth in descent from Constant Southworth. 

Sixth in descent from John Chandler. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Coit. 

Sixth in descent from Charles Church. 

56— BOARDMAN, Mrs. LANSDALE (Levantia White Cox). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

Fifth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Eighth in descent from Rutger Jacobsen Van Schoenderwerdt. 

57— CLARKSON, Mrs. BAYARD (Eliza Livingston de Peyster). 

Fifth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. Jr. 



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Third in descent from Peter R. Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from WilUam Beekman. 

Fifth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

58— DE PEYSTER, Miss EMILY MARIA. 

Fifth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
• Fifth in descent from PhiHp Livingston. 
Fourth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Third in descent from Peter R. Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Beekman. 
Fifth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 
Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

59— PELL, Mrs. ROWLAND (Amy Goulet Gallatin). 
Third in descent from Elbridge Gerry. 

60— CLARKE, Miss ALLETTA LAWRENCE. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawrence. 

61— CLARKE, Miss KATHARINE M. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawrence. 

62— HUTCHINS, Mrs. WALDO (Elizabeth Ellsworth). 

Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 
Sixth in descent from William Bradford. 
Seventh in descent from John Webster. 
Sixth in descent from Stephen Greenleaf. 
Fifth in descent from Stephen Greenleaf. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 



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Seventh in descent from Tristram Coffin. 

Second in descent from Oliver Ellsworth. 

Third in descent from David Ellsworth. _ 

Seventh in descent from William Whiting. ^ 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Welles. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Welles. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Treat. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Hawley. 

Seventh in descent from John Hollister. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Gookin. 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Gookin. 

Seventh in descent from John Steele. 

63— OSTRANDER, Mrs. CHARLES F. (Mary Morris Edwards). 
Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

64— HOYT, Mrs. LOUIS THURSTON (Frances Mary Jones). 
Eighth in descent from Benedict Arnold. 

65— WATSON, Miss LUCY CARLILE. 

Sixth in descent from William Robinson. 
Ninth in descent from John Brown. 
Ninth in descent from Stukely Wescott. 
Ninth in descent from Ralph Earle. 
Ninth in descent from William Wodell. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Arnold. 
Ninth in descent from John Mason. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Shearman. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Stafiford. 
Seventh in descent from John Watson. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Hazard. 
Ninth in descent from Henry Timberlake. 
Tenth in descent from William Baulstone. 
Eighth in descent from Walter Clarke. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Kinnicut. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Waterman. 
Tenth in descent from John Coggeshall. 



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66— MILLER, Miss HELEN LINCKLAEN. 
Seventh in descent from John Webster. 

67— SCHUYLER, Mrs. MONTGOMERY (Katherine Livingston). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Eighth in descent from William Phelps. 

Eighth in descent from John Russell. 

Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold. 

Ninth in descent from Edward Collins. 

Ninth in descent from William Whiting. 

Seventh in descent from William Trask. 

Seventh in descent from William Dudley. 

Eighth in descent from John Whiting. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Jansen. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fourth in descent from Robert Gilbert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 

Seventh in descent from John Burrill. 

Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from David Provoost. 

Seventh in descent from David Provoost, 

Eighth in descent from David Provoost. 

Seventh in descent from Jacob de Loper. 

Eighth in descent from Cornells Melyn. 

Sixth in descent from Henry Beekman. 

Fourth in descent from John Kaine (Kane). 

Seventh in .descent from William Beekman. 

Seventh in descent from Jacob Leisler. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

Tenth in descent from Richard Warren. 

Eighth in descent from Roger Ailing. 

68— CLARKE, Miss LOUISE WATSON. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Winslow. 



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69— CHAMPNEY, Mrs. J. WELLS (Elizabeth Williams). 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Bradstreet. 
Seventh in descent from John Cotton. 
Fourth in descent from Ephraim WilHams. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Johnson. 

70— TREVOR, Mrs. HENRY G. (Margaret Helen Schieffelin). 
Seventh in descent from WiUiam Lawrence. 

71— ATTERBURY, Miss MELISSA DODGE. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Third in descent from Elisha Boudinot. 
Ninth in descent from John Haynes. 
Seventh in descent from William Peartree. 
Fourth in descent from William Peartree Smith. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from George Wyllys. 

72— EDWARDS, Miss LAURA JAY. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

73— SATTERLEE, Miss MADELEINE LeROY. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Eighth in descent from Volckert Janszen Douw. 

Sixth in descent from Hackaliah Brown. 

Eighth in descent from James Avery. 

Seventh in descent from John Avery. 

Fifth in descent from John Crary. 

Seventh in descent from John Gallup. 

Eighth in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. 



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74— WELLS, Miss JULIA CHESTER. 

Eighth in descent from John Haynes. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Tracy. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Tracy. 
Sixth in descent from John Clark. 
Eighth in descent from John Lathrop. 
Seventh in descent from Elizur Holyoke. 
Fifth in descent from Joshua Huntington. 
Fourth in descent from Jabez Huntington. 
Fourth in descent from Jabez Huntington. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Lord. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Talcott. 
Seventh in descent from John Talcott. 
Sixth in descent from John Chester. 
Fifth in descent from John Chester. 
Fourth in descent from John Chester. 
Third in descent from John Chester. 
Eighth in descent from William Pyncheon. 
Seventh in descent from Stephen Greenleaf. 
Sixth in descent from James Pierpont. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke. 
Sixth in descent from James Noyes. 
Fifth in descent from James Noyes. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
Seventh in descent from Josiah Winslow. 

75— DUDLEY, Miss HELEN STUYVESANT. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Stuyvesant. 

* 76^CHANDLER, Mrs. CHARLE§ F. (Anna Maria Robinson 
Craig). 

Seventh in descent from Robert Sedgwick. 

77— PELLEW, Mrs. CHARLES ERNEST (Margarkt Walton 
Chandler). 

Sixth in descent from John Chandler. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Sedgwick. 
Seventh in descent from Nathan Gold. 



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78— JONES, Miss LOUISE ELIZABETH. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Rip V'an Dam. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

Sixth in descent from Jacob Kollock. 

Eighth in descent from John Avery. 

Seventh in descent from Hercules Shepard. 

Eighth in descent from John Hicks. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Hicks. 

Sixth in descent from Oswald Peel. 

Fifth in descent from John Swift. 

Ninth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 

79— DUVAL, Mrs. HORACE CLARK (Ida Livingston Frost). 
Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Ninth in descent from Rutger Jacobsen Van Schoenderwerdt. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Feake. 

8o— SCHUYLER, Miss FANNY. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Fourth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Fifth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

Si— HORN, Miss ANNIE LAWRENCE. 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Woodhull. 
Fifth in descent from John Lawrence. 



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Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawrence. 
Third in descent from Jonathan Lawrence. 

82— MORGAN, Mrs. JUNIUS (Josephine Adams Perry). 

Ninth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Tenth in descent from Richard Sahonstall. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Adams. 

83— LAWRENCE, Miss HANNAH NEWBOLD. 

Fourth in descent from Nathaniel WoodhuU. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Lawrence. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Woodhull. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Lawrence. 
Fifth in descent from John Lawrence. 
Third in descent from Jonathan Lawrence. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Smith. 

84— PYNE, Mrs. MOSES TAYLOR (Anna Margaretta Stockton). 
Fourth in descent from Richard Stockton. 

85— BRODHEAD, Mrs. JOHN ROMEYN (Eugenia Beoodgood). 

Fourth in descent from Sybrant Gozense Van Schaick. 
Sixth in descent from Abram Staats. 
Fifth in descent from Johannes Bleecker. 
Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
Fifth in descent from Gooszen Van Schaick. 

* 86— CANFIELD, Mrs. GEORGE FOLGER (Sarah Kittredge). 
Seventh in descent from Simon Willard. 

87— MAYNARD, Mrs. JOHN FREDERICK (Mary Adams Beards- 
ley). 

Eighth in descent from John Haynes. 
Ninth in descent from William Pyncheon. 
Ninth in descent from William Brewster. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Lord. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Lord. 



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Sixth in descent from Richard Lord. 
Eighth in descent from John Glover. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Prence. 
Seventh in descent from John Freeman. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Knowles. 

88— STURGES, Mrs. HENRY CADY (Sarah Adams Mac- 
Whorter). 

Ninth in descent from John Webster. 

89— ROBINSON, Mrs. JEREMIAH POTTER (Margaret Down- 
ing Lanman). 

Fourth in descent from Jonathan Trumbull. 

9(^TIBBITS, Miss SARAH BLEECKER. 

Seventh in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 

Eighth in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 

Eighth in descent from Rutger Jacobsen Van Schoenderwerdt. 

Eighth in descent from Abram Staats. 

Seventh in descent from Jochem Staats. 

Sixth in descent from Barent Staats. 

Seventh in descent from David Pieterse Schuyler. 

91— CARPENTER, Miss MARY THORN. 

Seventh in descent from Roelof Swartwout. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 
Sixth in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 
Seventh in descent from John Underbill. 

92— VAN CORTLANDT, Miss ANNE STEVENSON. 

Sixth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Myndert Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from William Beekman. 
Fifth in descent from Abraham de Peyster. 
Fifth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Fourth in descent from Volckert Pieterse Douvv. 



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Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Fourth in descent from James Stevenson. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Brodhead. 

93— TNNES, Miss ELIZABETH RICKARD. 
Fourth in descent from Francis Lewis. 

94— WHIPPLE, Mrs. CHARLES W. (Josephine Katherine Jones). 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

c)5_FORD, Mrs. WILLIS E. (Mary Ledyard Seymour). 
Fifth in descent from Edward Antill. 

96— ATTERBURY, Mrs. LEWIS B. (Annie Townsend Lawrence). 
Sixth in descent from William Lawrence. 

<)7_CURTIS, Mrs. EDWARD (Augusta Lawler Stacey). 
Sixth in descent from John Ap Bevan. 

98— WATSON, Mrs WILLIAM H. (Julia Millard). 

Sixth in descent from James Parker. 
Eighth in descent from John Coggeshall. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Easton. 
Seventh in descent from Peter Easton. 
Seventh in descent from Jeremiah Clarke. 
Sixth in descent from Weston Clarke. 
Eighth in descent from John Briggs. 
Seventh in descent from John Hollister. 
Fifth in descent from Hugh Mosher. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Treat. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Wheeler. 
Seventh in descent from John Moss. 

99— WHEELER, Mrs. CHARLES B. (Frances Munroe Roches- 
ter). 

Fourth in descent from James De Lancey. 



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loo— BELKNAP, Mrs. ROBERT LENOX (Mary Phoenix Rem- 

sen). 

Seventh in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Fifth in descent from Hendrick Rutgers. 
Third in descent from Henry Remsen. 
Sixth in descent from William Hallet. 

loi— TIBBITS, Miss MARY BLEECKER SEYMOUR. 
Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker, 

I02— SCARBOROUGH, Mrs. THEODORE WOOLSEY (Laura 
Hoadley). 

Seventh in descent from William Smith. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Fifth in descent from Timothy Dwight. 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Dwight. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Partridge. 
Sixth in descent from James Pierpont. 
Fourth in descent from William Burnet. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett. 

103— STUART, Mrs. HOMER H. (Margaret Elizabeth Dunbar). 

. Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Third in descent from John Ely. 
Seventh in descent from George Denison. 
Seventh in descent from William Chittenden. 
Fifth in descent from David Goodrich. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Fourth in descent from William Worthington. 
Sixth in descent from John Gallup. 

104— POTTER, Miss ANNA. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Welles. 

105— CHAUNCEY, Mrs. ELIHU (Mary Jane Potter). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Welles. 



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io6— OAKMAN, Mrs. WALTER GEORGE (Elizabeth Cockburn 
Conkling). 

Seventh in descent from John Webster. 

107— RANKIN, Mrs. JAMES M. (Anna Evelina Schi^nck). 

Fifth in descent from Francois Rombouts. 
Third in descent from Abraham Schenck. 
Second in descent from Henry Schenck. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Blackwell. 
Third in descent from Jacob Blackwell. 

108— WHEATON, Mrs. FRANK (Maria Bleecker Miller). 
Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. 

109— VAN RENSSELAER, Miss ELIZABETH KENNEDY. 
Sixth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 

110— ROBISON, Mrs. WILLIAM (Jeannie Floyd-Jones). 

Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

Fifth in descent from David Jones. 

Sixth in descent from Peter Haring. 

Sixth in descent from John Jackson. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Eighth in descent from Elbert Elbertse Van Stoothoof. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett, 

Sixth in descent from William Willett. 

Ill— THORN, Mrs. CONDE RAGUET (Louise Akerly Floyd- 
Jones). 

Fifth in descent from David Jones. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Sixth in descent from William Willett. 

Eighth in descent from Elbert Elbertse Van Stoothoof. 

Sixth in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 



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i]2— ANGELL, Mrs. EDWARD BOYNTON (Florence Mont- 
gomery). 

Third in descent from Nathaniel Rochester. 

113— NEVINS, Miss CORNELIA LEONARD. 

Ninth in descent from George Wyllys. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Wyllys. 
Fifth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Ninth in descent from John Haynes. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Russell. 
Eighth in descent from John Leverett. 
Eighth in descent from William Leete. 
Fifth in descent from Simon Lothrop. 
Fourth in descent from Matthew Griswold. 
Third in descent from David Nevins. 

114— CURTIS, Mrs. CHARLES B. (Isabella Douglass). 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Eighth in descent from William Leete. 
Eighth in descent from William Brenton. 
Eighth in descent from John Eliot. 
Seventh in descent from Frederick Lubbertsen. 
Eighth in descent from Jan Strycker. 
Eighth in descent from Jacques Cortelyou. 
Sixth in descent from Cornelius Sebring. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Whitehead. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Ellicott. 



115— VAN CLEEF, Mrs. JAMES SPENCER (Harriet Muleord 
Howell). 

Seventh in descent from Edward Howell. 
Sixth in descent from John Howell. 
Seventh in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Sixth in descent from Ezekiel Mulford. 



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ii6— JONES, Mrs. WALTER MOTT (Ellen Shepherd Van 
Cleee). 

Eighth in descent from Edward Howell. 
Seventh in descent from John Howell. 
Eighth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Seventh in descent from Jan Van Cleef. 

ii7_jOHNSON, Mrs. SAMUEL WILLIAM (Mary Newun Ver 
Planck), 

Eighth in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 
Seventh in descent from Gulian Ver Planck. 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Ver Planck. 
Fourth in descent from William Samuel Johnson. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Newlin. 
Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Newlin. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 
Eighth in descent from Govert Loockermans. 

1 18— CAMPBELL, Miss HARRIET MUMFORD. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Fourth in descent from Samuel Campbell. 

Fifth in descent from Jedediah Elderkin. 

Fourth in descent from John Keyes. 

Eighth in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Ninth in descent from Philip Shearman. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Richmond. 

Eighth in descent from Kenelm Winslow. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Mumford. 

119— CAMPBELL, Miss MARIA STARKWEATHER. 

Eighth in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Eighth in descent from Kenelm Winslow. 

Fourth in descent from John Keyes. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Thurston. 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Mumford. 



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I20-UVINGSTON, Miss JULIA RAYMOND. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Robert Gilbert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

Eighth in descent from Cornelis Melyn. 

Sixth in descent from Henricus Beekman. 

Seventh in descent from Jacob de Loper. 

Fourth in descent from John Kane. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from John Burrill. 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 

Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

121— MORGAN, Mrs. J. PIERPONT (Frances Tracy). 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Tracy. 

122— WENDELL, Mrs. BENJAMIN RUSH (Sarah Delano Swift). 
Fifth in descent from William Fitzhugh. 

123— EARLE, Mrs. HENRY (Alice Morse). 

Seventh in descent from Hugh Mason. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Bullard. 
Seventh in descent from William Brown. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Morse. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas Morse. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Mason. 
Fourth in descent from Richard Heard. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Browne. 

124— MORTON, Mrs. LEVI PARSONS (Anna Livingston Reade 
Street). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 
Sixth in descent from Henrv Beekman. 



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Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer, 
vSeventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
Fifth in descent from Etienne De Lancey. 
Sixth in descent from Frederick Philipse. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Reade. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Watts. 

i25_WETHERILL, Mrs. J. BLOOMFIELD (Kate Annette 
Smith). 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

126— TEALL, Mrs. F. B. (Florence Sanford Bisseel). 

Sixth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Fifth in descent from Erastus Wolcott. 
Ninth in descent from John Webster. 
Ninth in descent from William Bradford. 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Seventh in descent from James Fitch. 
Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Marsh. 
Eighth in descent from William Wadsworth. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Stoughton. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Olmsted. 
Ninth in descent from Nathan Gold. 
Eighth in descent from John Loomis. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Clarke. 
Ninth in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
Eighth in descent from Benjamin Newbury. 
Eighth in descent from John Bissell. 
Seventh in descent from William Pitkin. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Buell. 
Eighth in descent from John Chester. 

127— BROWN, Mrs. JOHN CROSBY (Mary Elizabeth Adams). 

Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 
Sixth in descent from William Bradford. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Leonard. 



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Eighth in descent from George Soule. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Johnson. 

Eighth in descent from John Doane. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Payne. ^ 

Eighth in descent from John Galkip. 

Seventh in descent from James Sands. 

128— WEBB, Mrs. WILLIAM WATSON (Mary Clarke). 

Fifth in descent from Janna Meigs. 
Fifth in descent from John Griswold. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Willard. 
Seventh in descent from WiUiam Spencer. 
Seventh in descent from Andrew Ward. 
Fifth in descent from Peter Ward. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Buell. 
Fifth in descent from Samuel Buell. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Fourth in descent from Josiah Meigs. 
Third in descent from Daniel Hand. 

T29— WOOTTON, Mrs. EDWIN H. (Mary Hill Wright). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Carter. 
Seventh in descent from John Carter. 
Fifth in descent from John Carter. 
Seventh in descent from John Armistead. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Hill. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Chapman. 

130— HAIGHT, Mrs. CHARLES COOLIDGE (EuphExMia Knee- 
land). 

Fifth in descent from Peter Bard. 

131 — SLOAN, Mrs. SAMUEL (Margaret Zabriskie Elmendore). 
Fourth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

132— ALLEN, Mrs. FREDERIC PERCIVAL (Caroline Clarke). 

Fifth in descent from Janna Meigs. 
Fourth in descent from Josiah Meigs. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Buell. 



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Fifth in descent from Samuel Buell. 
Fifth in descent from Peter Ward. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Fifth in descent from John Griswold. 
Seventh in descent from Andrew Ward. 
Seventh in descent from Simon Willard. 
Seventh in descent from William Spencer. 
Third in descent from Daniel Hand. 

133— ALLEN, Miss HENRIETTA WARD. 

Eighth in descent from John Stanley. 
Sixth in descent from Janna Meigs. 
Fifth in descent from Josiah Meigs. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Sixth in descent from John Griswold. 
Eighth in descent from William Spencer. 
Eighth in descent from Andrew Ward. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Ward. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Willard. 
Fourth in descent from Daniel Hand. 

134— DUANE, Miss ANNE DEAS. 

Fourth in descent from Benjamin Franklin. 
Third in descent from Richard Bache. 

135— PERKINS, Mrs. NEWTON (Mary Sowles) 

Sixth in descent from Reinold Marvin. 
Seventh in descent from George Soule. 

136— SHORT, Mrs. EDWARD LYMAN (Anna Livingston Petit) 

Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Fourth in descent from Peter R. Livingston. 
Eighth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from Rip Van Dam. 



Seventh in descent from Peter Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from WilUam Beekman. 
Sixth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

137 — BROWER, Mrs. A. G. (Jennik Helen Vedder). 

Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 

Fourth in descent from Gerritt Symonse Veeder. 

Third in descent from Matthew Ten Eyck. 

Fourth in descent from Jan Wemple. 

Fifth in descent from Johannes Wynkoop. 

Fifth in descent from Evert Bancker. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Alexander Glenn. 

138— STIMSON, Mrs. DANIEL M. (Edith Parker). 

Ninth in descent from William Bradford. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Eighth in descent from John Haynes. 
Eighth in descent from George Wyllys. 
Eighth in descent from Robert Treat. 
Fifth in descent from William Pitkin. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Symonds. 
Ninth in descent from John Rowland. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Clap. 

139— KENT, Mrs. JAMES (Louisa Morris Stewart). 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

Fourth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

Ninth in descent from James Graham. 

Eighth in descent from Govert Loockermans. 

Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

Sixth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 

Eighth in descent from Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 

Seventh in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats. 

Sixth in descent from Jacobus Van Cortlandt. 



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HO— GRANT, Miss JULIA. 

Fifth in descent from Noah Grant. 

141— ST. GEORGE, Mrs. ETIENNE (Alice Lee Goodrich). 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Fifth in descent from David Goodrich. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Seventh in descent from George Denison. 
Sixth in descent from James Judson. 
Sixth in descent from John Gallup. 
Third in descent from John Ely. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Chauncey. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Fourth in descent from William Worthington. 

142— SAMPSON, Mrs. MARTIN WRIGHT (Frances Gardiner). 

Sixth in descent from Peter Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Seventh in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick. 
Seventh in descent from Evert Jansen Wendell. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas de Meyer. 
Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 
Eighth in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 
Fourth in descent from Harmanus Schuyler. 
Eighth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 

143— THORNE, Mrs. JONATHAN (Harriet S. Van Schoon- 
hoven). 

Fifth in descent from Jacobus Van Schoonhoven. 



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144— SCHUYLER, Mrs. WALTER S. (Mary Miller Gardiner). 

Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. • 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Seventh in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Philip Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
Eighth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas de Meyer. 
Eighth in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 
Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerritse Van Schaick, 
Seventh in descent from Evert Jansen Wendell. 
Fourth in descent from Hermanns Schuyler. 

145— HOFFMAN, Mrs. EUGENE AUGUSTUS (Mary Crooke 
Elmendorf). 

Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

* 146— JEWETT, Mrs. EDWARD H. (Sophia Seymour Miller). 

Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
Fifth in descent from Eleazer Miller. 
Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 
Seventh in descent from John Webster. 
Seventh in descent from John Underbill. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 

147— SANDS, Mrs. WILLL\M R. (Mary Thompson Gardiner). 
Eighth in descent from Lion Gardiner. 

148— VANDERBILT, Mrs. CORNELIUS (Alice Claypoole 
Gwynne). 

Sixth in descent from James Claypoole. 



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149— HOFFMAN, Mrs. SAMUEL VERPLANCK (Louisa Nor- 
wood Smith). 

Seventh in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Rutgers. 
Sixth in descent from Leonard Lispenard. 
Ninth in descent from Humphrey Atherton. 
Eighth in descent from James Graham. 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris Ashfield. 

150— WICKES, Mrs. THOMAS PARMELEE (Harriktte Douw 
Alldy). 

Eighth in descent from John Alden. 

151— TONE, Mrs. T. WOLFE (Rosalie Colhoun). 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 

152— VANDERPOEL, Miss MARY VAN BUREN. 

Fourth in descent from Benjamin Williams. 

Seventh in descent from David Pieterse Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Abram Verplanck. 

Sixth in descent from Abram Staats. 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Staats. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Griswold. 

Sixth in descent from Francis Griswold. 

Fifth in descent from Melgert Wynant Van Der Poel. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Williams. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Warren. 

Eighth in descent from John Lothrop. 

Seventh in descent from Cornells Van Dyck. 

Eighth in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 

153— DRAPER, Miss LUCIE HOW. 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Checkley. 

154— HITCHCOCK, Mrs. RIPLEY (Martha Wolcott Hall). 

Fifth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 
Eighth in descent from William Pyncheon. 



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Seventh in descent from John Talcott. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Talcott. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles, 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Welles. ' 

Fourth in descent from David Ellsworth. 
Third in descent from Oliver Ellsworth. 
Eighth in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
Seventh in descent from John Minor. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Olmsted. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Clarke. 
Fourth in descent from Erastus Wolcott. 
Seventh in descent from John Chester. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke. 

155— VER PLANCK, Mrs. WILLIAM GORDON (Harriet Ander- 
son Clark). 
Ninth in descent from Richard Ingoldsby. 
Sixth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 
Eighth in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Ninth in descent from Johannes de la Montague. 
Ninth in descent from Hendrick Hendricksen Kip. 
Eighth in descent from William Pinhorne. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Still well. 

156— BUTTERFIELD, Mrs. FREDERICK (Caroline Falconer). 
Sixth in descent from John Burr. 
Eighth in descent from Andrew Ward. 

157— THOMPSON, Mrs. WILLIAM A. (Harrietts Clarkson 
Crosby). 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

158— DE FOREST, Mrs. LOCKWOOD (Meta Kemble). 
Sixth in descent from Nicholas Bayard. 

159— ELLWOOD, Mrs. GEORGE MAY (Mary Cheney). 
Eighth in descent from William I3radford. 
Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 



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Ninth in descent from John Alden. 
Tenth in descent from William Mullins. 
Eighth in descent from William Peabody. 

i6o— DAVIES, Mrs. HENRY E. (Louisa Ver Planck Knkvels). 
Fifth in descent from James De Lancey. 

i6i— HUNT, Mrs. CHARLES H. (Anna de Peyster Livingston). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fourth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Third in descent from Peter R. Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from William Beekman. 

Fifth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

Fifth in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

162— CLARKE, Mrs. WALLACE (Sarah Elizabeth Scoville). 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Eighth in descent from Simon Bradstreet. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Danforth. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Talcott. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke. 
Eighth in descent from William Pyncheon. 
Seventh in descent from William Parke. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Bulkley. 
Third in descent from William Barron. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Whitins". 

163— SCHENCK, Miss EMMA. 

Fifth in descent from Francois Rombouts. 
Sixth in descent from Abraham Schenck. 



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164— VAN RENSSELAER, Mrs. EUGENE (Sarah Boyd Pendle- 
ton). 

Seventh in descent from George Mason. • 

i65_WASHBURN, Mrs. LOUIS COPE (Henrietta Saltonstall 
Mumeord). 

Fifth in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall. 
Eighth in descent from John Winthrop. 
Seventh in descent from John Winthrop. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Dudley. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Shearman. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 

166— HALSEY, Mrs. WILLL\M L. (Helen Mumeord). 

Eighth in descent from John Winthrop. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Dudley. 
Fifth in descent from Gurdon Saltonstall. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Shearman. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Hawkins. 

167— ROSWELL-SMITH, Mrs. (Annie Goodrich Ellsworth). 

Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Sixth in descent from Caleb Stanley. 
Fifth in descent from David Goodrich. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Fifth in descent from William Pitkin. 
Seventh in descent from William Chittenden. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Second in descent from Oliver Ellsworth. 

168— LEAVITT, Mrs. JOHN BROOKS (Mary Keith). 
Seventh in descent from William Peartree. 

169— LIVINGSTON, Mrs. HENRY BEEKMAN (Frances Red- 
mond). 

Seventh in descent from Walter Hoyt. 



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I70— McCLURE, Mrs. WILLIAM HENRY (Catharine Barclay 
Jermain). 

Sixth in descent from Henry Pierson. 

171— STRUTHERS, Miss IRVA. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Stockton. 

172— DEXTER, Miss ANNIE BREESE. 

Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Stanley, 

173— FREEBORN, Mrs. GEORGE CORNELL (Adelaide Yates). 
Fifth in descent from Christopher Yates, 

174— CRANE, Mrs. C. H. (Sarah Payne Nicoll), 
Sixth in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 

i75_LORILLARD, Jr., Mrs. PIERRE (Caroline Hamilton). 
Sixth in descent from John Bradstreet, 

176— MOODY, Mrs. JOSEPH LEDLIE (Ida Jorane Schander). 

Sixth in descent from Simon Van Ness. 
Eighth in descent from Joris Jansen Rapalye. 
Eighth in descent from Paulus Van der Beck. 

177— EMMET, Mrs. WILLIAM TEMPLE (Cornelia Booraem 
Zabriskie)h 

Ninth in descent from Johannes de la Montagne. 

178— PELTZ, Mrs. JOHN De WITT (Catharine Barnard Walsh). 
Seventh in descent from Myndert Schuyler. 

179— PURDON, Mrs. JOHN (Frances Nelson Bogert). 

Fifth in descent from Michael Jackson. 
Fourth in descent from William Jackson. 
Ninth in descent from Johannes de la Montagne. 
Sixth in descent from William Sheffield. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Denton, 



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i8o— DOOLITTLE, Mrs. CHARLES H. (Julia Tyler Sherman). 
Sixth in descent from Philip Shearman. 

i8i— DEXTER, Mrs. STANLEY WALKER (Gabrielle Manigault 
McAllister). 

Eighth in descent from James Graham. 

Seventh in descent from Lewis Morris. 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

Ninth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Eighth in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 

182— COXE, Mrs. ALFRED (Mariette Doolittle). 
Seventh in descent from Philip Shearman. 

183— COLLINS, Miss REJOYCE BALANCE. 

Seventh in descent from Roelof Swartwout. 
Seventh in descent from Arie Roosa. 
Eighth in descent from David Provoost. 
Eleventh in descent from Hugh Caulkins. 

184— SCHAEFER, Mrs. CHARLES ASHMEAD (Evelyn 
Schuyler). 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Schuyler. 

Third in descent from Harmanus Schuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

Seventh in descent from OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Fifth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 

Sixth in descent from Nicholas De Meyer. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 

Third in descent from Nathaniel Scribner. 

185— PEABODY, Mrs. CHARLES A. (Athenia Livingston). 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats. 



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Third in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fourth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Pieter Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Fifth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

Sixth in descent from Martinus Hoffman. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Swaine. 

Eighth in descent from William Swaine. 

Fifth in descent from Nicholas Hoffman. 

Seventh in descent from John Ogden. 

Seventh in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

i86— MYERS, Mrs. JOHN H. (Julia Russfxl Lane). 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Talcott. 
Seventh in descent from John Talcott. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett. 
Sixth in descent from Giles Hamlin. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Hooker. 
Fifth in descent from James Pierpont. 
Fifth in descent from Noadiah Russell. 
Fourth in descent from William Russell. 

187— TABER, Miss MARY. 

Fifth in descent from John Bradstreet. 

iSS— BOSW^ORTH, Mrs. FRANCKE H. (Mary Putnam). 

Fourth in descent from Israel Putnam. 
Seventh in descent from John Putnam. 
Eighth in descent from Hugh Caulkins. 
Seventh in descent from William Hathorne. 
Fourth in descent from John Douglas. 
Sixth in descent from Israel Porter. 
Third in descent from Daniel Warner. 

189— MILLER, Mrs. J. BLACKBURN (Pauline Rives Clarkson). 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Clarkson. 



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* I90— WOLFE, Mrs. JOEL (Margaret V. S. Brinckerhoff). 
Fifth in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 

191— BREWSTER, Mrs. HENRY C. (Alice Elizabeth Chapin). 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Partridge. 

192— FITZGERALD, Mrs. LOUIS (Gelyna Ver Planck). 
Eighth in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 

193— ROWLAND, Mrs. ALFRED CORNELIUS (Clara Ward). 

Fifth in descent from Edmund Ward. 
Seventh in descent from Andrew Ward. 

194— ROGERS, Mrs. ARCHIBALD (Annie Caroline Coleman). 
Fourth in descent from James Habersham. 

195— PERKINS, Miss ELIZABETH B. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Thomas. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Thomas. 
Seventh in descent from John Appleton. 
Ninth in descent from William Thomas. 
Eighth in descent from George Soule. 

i96_VAN RENSSELAER, Mrs. MAUNSELL (Isabella Mason). 

Sixth in descent from Jabez Hamlin. 
Sixth in descent from Edward Bromfield. 
Fifth in descent from David Cowpland. 
Eighth in descent from Nicholas Danforth. 
Sixth in descent from Jeremiah Dummer. 
Eighth in descent from John Wilson. 
Eighth in descent from Adam Blakeman. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Danforth. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Dummer. 

197— REMINGTON, Mrs. ELIPHALET (Jane Stravvbridge Led- 
yard). 

Sixth in descent from William Fitzhugh. 



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198— PHELPS, Mrs. HENRY DELAFIELD (Katharine Morris). 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

199— NEELEY, Mrs. HENRY A. (Mary Floyd Delafield). 

Sixth in descent from William Floyd. 
Seventh in descent from William Leete. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hazard. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Fifth in descent from Richard Floyd. 
Sixth in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
Seventh in descent from John Underhill. 
Sixth in descent from William Hallett. 
Third in descent from Joseph Hallett. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett. 

20c^MYNDERSE, Mrs. WILHELMUS (Hannah Gould). 

Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 
Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 
Eighth in descent from William Brewster. 
Eighth in descent from Humphrey Atherton. 
Sixth in descent from Atherton Mather. 
Eighth in descent from Constant Southworth. 
Eighth in descent from John Alden. 
Tenth in descent from William Collier. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Stoughton. 
Eighth in descent from Edward Griswold. 
Seventh in descent from Francis Griswold. 
Eighth in descent from William Wadsworth. 
Sixth in descent from Joshua Ripley. 

201— HALL, Miss MARGARET SEYMOUR. 

Seventh in descent from Joshua Scottow. 
Ninth in descent from George Yeardley. 
Eighth in descent from Argall Yeardley. 
Seventh in descent from Argall Yeardley. 
Ninth in descent from Adam Thorogood. 
Eighth in descent from John Powell. 



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Seventh in descent from John Powell. 
Sixth in descent from Benjamin Gibbs. 
Fourth in descent from Hugh Hall. 



202— STANTON, Mrs. L. L. (Pauline Dickson). 

Seventh in descent from George Denison. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
Sixth in descent from James Noyes. 
Seventh in descent from Isaac Williams. 
Fifth in descent from John Williams. 
Sixth in descent from Peleg Sanford. 
Seventh in descent from William Coddington. 
Fourth in descent from William Williams. 
Seventh in descent from James Noyes. 

203— PRIME, Miss KATE. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Pierson. 
Ninth in descent from John Wheelwright. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Wheelwright. 
Seventh in descent from John Wheelwright. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Putnam. 
Ninth in descent from Ralph Earl. 
Eighth in descent from William Earl. 
Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardner. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Gardner. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Howell. 
Eighth in descent from John Howell. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Walcott. 

204~OLCOTT, Mrs. EBEN ERSKINE (Katharine Lawrence 
Van Santvoord). 

Fourth in descent from Thomas DeKay. 
Seventh in descent from Volckert Janszen Douw. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes Sanderse Glen. 
Fourth in descent from Jacob Lansing. 
Fourth in descent from Henry Quackenbush. 



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205— CRARY, Mrs. ROBERT FULTON (Agnes Boyd Van 
Kleeck). 

Sixth in descent from Francois Rombouts. 
Fourth in descent from Abraham Schenck. 
Third in descent from Henry Schenck. 

206— NEWLIN, Mrs. THOMAS S. (Julia M. Onderdonk). 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Fifth in descent from Lewis Morris. 
Fourth in descent from Richard Morris. 
Seventh in descent from James Graham. 
Sixth in descent from Gabriel Ludlow. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 
Sixth in descent from Jan Jansen Bleecker. 
Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 

207— PIATT, Mrs. J. C. (Julia Chester Goddard). 
Eighth in descent from William Leete. 

208— ROBINSON, Mrs. ARTHUR (Jane Howell Porter). 
Fifth in descent from Johannes Abeel. 

209— WALSH, Mrs. JAMES (Susan Newbold Lawrence). 
Sixth in descent from William Lawrence. 

210— ADAMS, Mrs. WALTER WOOD (Harriette Augusta Hill- 
house). 

Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Cuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerritsen Van Schaick. 
Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Eighth in descent from OlofT Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Seventh in descent from John Mason. 
Third in descent from William Hillhouse. 



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Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Sixth in descent from Matthew Sherwood. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Arnold. 
Eighth in descent from Randall Holden. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Comstock. 
Ninth in descent from Chad Brown. 

211— SAGE, Mrs. WILLIAM HENRY (Isabel Whitney). 

Ninth in descent from John Alden. 
Eighth in descent from George Denison. 
Eighth in descent from John Gallup. 
Ninth in descent from Constant Southworth. 

212— HILLHOUSE, Miss MARGARET PROUTY. 

Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 

Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerritsen Van Schaick. 

Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Seventh in descent from John Mason. 

Eighth in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

Sixth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 

Sixth in descent from Johannes Cuyler. 

Third in descent from William Hillhouse. 

Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott. 

Sixth in descent from Matthew Sherwood. 

Sixth in descent from James Fitch. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Arnold. 

Ninth in descent from Chad Brown. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Comstock. 

Eighth in descent from Randall Holden. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Stafford. 

Eighth in descent from Samuel Gorton. 

Fifth in descent from Gideon Comstock. 

Ninth in descent from John Wickes (Weekes). 

213— WOOD, Mrs. FRANCIS G. (Mary Gilbert). 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Coit. 



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214— LAWRENCE, Miss CAROLINE T. 

Sixth in descent from William Lawrence. 

215— SEYMOUR, Mrs. HORATIO (Abigail Adams Johnson). 
Sixth in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 
Sixth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Fifth in descent from Nicholas Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas de Meyer. 
Eighth in descent from Hendrick Van Dyck. 
Fourth in descent from John Adams. 
Eighth in descent from Edmund Quincy. 
Sixth in descent from John Quincy. 
Eighth in descent from John Alden. 
Fifth in descent from John Stephens. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Shepard. 

216— FERRIS, Mrs. ISAAC (Letitia Storm). 

Seventh in descent from Nicasius De Sille. 



217— JACKSON, Mrs. WILLIAM BENNETT (Cornelia Frank- 
lin Sherman). 

Eighth in descent from Simon Bradstreet. 

2i8— WALKER, Mrs. WILLIAM A. (Jeannie Livingston Ed- 
mond). 

Sixtli in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Fifth in descent from Philip Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fourth in descent from William Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Brugh. 

Sixth in descent from Philip French. 

Seventh in descent from Hendrick Cuyler. 

Sixth in descent from Anthony Brockholles. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

Seventh in descent from Frederick Philipse. 



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219— BROWN, JR- Mrs. GEORGE HUNTER (Cornelia Emily 

Moss). ' 

Fourth in descent from Matthew Griswold. 
Fifth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Tracy. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Bushnell. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Clarke. 
Fourth in descent from Zabdiel Rogers. 
Eighth in descent from Josiah Winslow. 
Seventh in descent from John Moss, 
Ninth in descent from William Hubbard. 
Eighth in descent from William Lewis. 
Seventh in descent from William Lewis. 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Merriman. 

220-VAN ALLEN, Mrs. GARRETT A. (Elizabeth Morgan 
Barker). 

Eighth in descent from Roger Williams. 
Seventh in descent from John Coggeshall. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Borden. 
Sixth in descent from James Barker. 
Fifth in descent from William Barker. 
Seventh in descent from John Cranston. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Cranston. 
Eighth in descent from Jeremiah Clarke. 
Seventh in descent from Nicholas Easton. 
Sixth in descent from Peter Easton. 
Fifth in descent from Giles Slocum. 

221— SCARBOROUGH, Miss ALICE. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Partridge. 
Eighth in descent from William Smith. 

222— BRITTON. Mrs. CHARLES PRICE (Caroline Berry). 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Fourth in descent from Nathaniel Berrv. 



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Seventh in descent from William Clark. 
Sixth in descent from William Clark. 
Fourth in descent from Theophilus Baldwin. 
Fifth in descent from Timothy Hatch. 
Seventh in descent from John Strong. 

223— SHEFFIELD, Mrs. F. W. H. (Sarah Kkllogg). 

Eighth in descent from William Coddington. 
Seventh in descent from George Denison. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Minor. 
Eighth in descent from William Lewis. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Noyes. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Stanton. 
Sixth in descent from Peleg Sanford. 
Sixth in descent from Joseph Kellogg. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Lothrop. 

224— LITTLE, Mrs. WILLIAM SEELYE (Caroline Crafts). 

Third in descent from Samuel Campbell. 
Fourth in descent from Jedediah Elderkin. 

225— WILLIAMS, Mrs. A. S. (Mary Frances Ward). 
Sixth in descent from David Buell. 

226— ROGERS, Mrs. P. V. (Elizabeth Butler). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Munson. 

227— TOWER, Mrs. JOSEPH TUCKERMAN (Maria Bockee Car- 
penter). 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Jones. 

228— CLARK, Mrs. L. WARD (Mary Eliza Hall). 
Fourth in descent from Plenry Champion. 

229— BAXTER, Mrs. ELIAS GEORGE (Katharine Schuyler 
Malcolm). 

Third in descent from Philip Schuyler. 



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* 230— WOOD, Mrs. JOHN BRANDEGEE (Sarah Miller). 

Fifth in descent from Eleazer Miller. 

231— KINGSLAND, Mrs. WILLIAM M. (Mary J. Macy). 

Seventh in descent from John Gorham. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Macy. 
Sixth in descent from John Gorham. 
Eighth in descent from John Rowland. 
Eighth in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Gardner. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Gardner. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Hussey. 

* 232— WALKER, Mrs. ISAAC H. (Cornelia Macy). 

Seventh in descent from John Gorham. 
Sixth in descent from John Gorham. 
Eighth in descent from Tristram Coffin. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Gardner. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Macy. 
Eighth in descent from John Rowland. 
Seventh in descent from Christopher Russey. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Gardner. 

233— YOUNG, Mrs. WILLIAM ROPKINS (Martha Innis). 

Sixth in descent from Renry Pauling. 
Fifth in descent from Tjerck de Witt. 
Fourth in descent from Petrus de Witt. 
Seventh in descent from Wessel Ten Broeck. 
Sixth in descent from Louis Beviere. 
Fifth in descent from Louis Beviere. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Du Bois. 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Rasbrouck. 
Sixth in descent from Cornelius Decker; 

234— PROCTOR, Miss ANNE DALUSIA. 
Fourth in descent from Peleg Redfield. 



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235— PROCTOR, Miss LOMY REDFIELD. 
Fourth in descent from Peleg Redfield. 

236— HOADLY, Jr., Mrs. GEORGE (Gknuvieve Groesbeck). 
Eighth in descent from Abram Ver Planck. 

237— LEFFINGWELL, Mrs. CHRISTOPHER STARR (Cath- 
erine Beatty Alsop). 

Sixth in descent from Richard Betts. 
Third in descent from Richard Alsop. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Whiting. 
Sixth in descent from John Underhill. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Gilbert. 
Seventh in descent from Anthony Stoddard. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Gregson. 
Fifth in descent from Timothy Edwards. 
Seventh in descent from William Whiting. 

238— WOODBURY, Mrs. THEODORE CLARENCE (Cornelia 

DELAEIELtD). 

Fourth in descent from William Floyd. 
Sixth in descent from Richard Floyd. 
Seventh in descent from William Hallett. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hazard. 
Eighth in descent from William Leete. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Willett. 
Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Hooker. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Hallett. 

239— LIVINGSTON, Mrs. WILLIAM S. (Emily Augusta Green). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Fifth in descent from William Green. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Dickinson. 
Eighth in descent from Adam Blakeman. 
Sixth in descent from William Smith. 
Fifth in descent from William Smith. 



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Fifth in descent from Jonathan Dickinson. 
Seventh in descent from Cornelis Melyn. 
Sixth in descent from Jacob Melyn. 
Fifth in descent from Wilham Henry ^Smith. 

240— SHIPPEN, Miss ETTIE. 

Seventh in descent from Edward Shippen, 

241— DOUGLAS, Mrs. GEORGE WILLIAM (Cornelia de Koven). 
Eighth in descent from John Winthrop. 

242— FOWLER, Mrs. ROBERT LUDLOW (Julia Groesbeck). 

Seventh in descent from David Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from James Claypoole. 

243— MITCHELL, Mrs. EDWARD (Caroline Woolsey). 
Seventh in descent from John Howland. 

244— MITCHELL, Miss ELSIE. 

Seventh in descent from William Smith. 

245— MERRILL, Mrs. CHARLES DAVIS (Elizabeth Deblois 
Jackson), 

Eighth in descent from Petrus Stuyvesant. 
Seventh in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 
Seventh in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 
Fourth in descent from Abraham Ten Broeck. 
Ninth in descent from John Alden. 

246— BETTS, Mrs. FREDERIC H. (Mary Louise Holbrook). 

Eighth in descent from John Underbill. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Gorton. 

247— ELMENDORF, Miss MARY CROOKE. 

Fourth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

248— PERKINS, Mrs. WILLIAM H. (Sarah Olivia Dewey). 
Fourth in descent from Seth Pomeroy. 



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249— AVERILL, Mrs. WILLIAM (Mary Perkins). 
Fifth in descent from Seth Pomeroy. 

250— STRONG, Mrs. ALAN HARTWELL (Susan DuLancy Van 

RDNSSEIvAIIr). 

Sixth in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Fifth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Fourth in descent from Johannes Van Rensselaer. 
Third in descent from Robert Van Rensselaer. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 

251— GLOVER, Mrs. JAMES A. (Frances Livingston). 
Fifth in descent from William Smith. 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston, Jr. 
Eighth in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Staats. 
Seventh in descent from Abram Staats. 
Seventh in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 
Ninth in descent from Benjamin Kissam. 

252— HOYT, Mrs. WILLIAM E. (Susan Rogers White). 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Williams. 

253— VAN RENSSELAER, Mrs. WILLIAM BAYARD (Louisa 
Lane). 

Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 

254-BROWN, Mrs. JOHN MARSHALL (Alida Catherine Car- 
roll) . 

Fifth in descent from Cornelius Van Home. 

255— THOMPSON, Mrs. WILLIAM GILMAN (Harriet Pomeroy). 
Fifth in descent from William Pitkin. 



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256— NICHOLS, Mrs. WILLIAM (Elizabeth Brixckerhoff Mil- 
ler). 

Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. ^ 

* 257— GREENOUGH, Mrs. WILLIAM (Alice Mary Patterson). 
Eighth in descent from Richard Warren. 

258— HART, Mrs. HENRY GILBERT (Lucy Lord Kimball). 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lefifingwell. 
Eighth in descent from Humphrey Atherton. 
Eighth in descent from Matthew Allyn. 
Seventh in descent from Benjamin Newberry. 
Seventh in descent from Roger Clap. 
Eighth in descent from John Clark. 
Sixth in descent from Atherton Mather. 
Sixth in descent from Preserved Clap. 
Eighth in descent from William Wadsworth. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Stebbins. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Stoughton. 
Seventh in descent from William Pratt. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Tracy. 
Fifth in descent from Simon Lothrop. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Smith. 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Dickenson. 
Seventh in descent from Edward Jackson. 

259— HICKS, Mrs. THOMAS (Angie King). 

Seventh in descent from Gerrit Wolfertse Van Couwenhoven. 

260— HAWLEY, Miss FRANCES BARNARD. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Welles. 
Seventh in descent from Joseph Hawley. 
Tenth in descent from Richard Treat. 
Eighth in descent from John Mason. 
Eighth in descent from William Pitkin. 
Ninth in descent from John Talcott. 
Tenth in descent from William Pyncheon. 
Fourth in descent from Henry Quackenbush. 



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Eighth in descent from Thomas Macy. 
Seventh in descent from William Curtis. 
Seventh in descent from John Gardner. 

261— BLOODGOOD, Mrs. ROBERT FANSHAWE (Eloise 
Pirsson). 

Fifth in descent from Jonathan Hoyt. 

262— NICKERSON, Jr., Mrs. THOMAS WHITE (Mary Louisa 
Hoffman). 

Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 
Sixth in descent from Gerardus Beekman. 
Seventh in descent from Stephanus Van Cortlandt. 
Eighth in descent from Olofif Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 
Fifth in descent from Philip Ver Planck. 
Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

263— JENKINS, Mrs. SYLVANUS F. (Eliza Macy). 
Eighth in descent from John Gorham. 

264— HARE, Mrs. J. MONTGOMERY (Mary Emlfn Meredith). 
Sixth in descent from John Scott. 

265— LAWRENCE, Mrs. ABRAHAM RIKER (Eliza Williams 
Miner). 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Lockwood. 

266— AUSTIN, Mrs. FRANCIS B. (Mary North Weston). 
Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

267— NEVINS, Miss LOUISA EMILY. 

Eighth in descent from John Haynes. 
Eighth in descent from George Wyllys. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Russell 
Fourth in descent from Simon Lathrop. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Wyllys. 
Second in descent from David Nevins. 



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268— BARR, Mrs. WILLIAM RUFUS (Rosai^ie Greenleaf Ford). 

Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 
Seventh in descent from William Bradford. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Webster. 
Eighth in descent from Tristram Cofhn. 
Seventh in descent from Stephen Greenleaf. 
Sixth in descent from Stephen Greenleaf. 
Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Fifth in descent from Nathaniel Chauncey. 
Seventh in descent from Daniel Gookin. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Gookin. 

269— NORWOOD, Miss CATHERINE. 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

270— SMITH, Mrs. EDWARD MONROE (Gertrude Huidekoper). 

Seventh in descent from Edward Shippen. 
Fifth in descent from Edward Shippen. 
Fourth in descent from Joseph Shippen. 
Fifth in descent from John Evans. 
Fourth in descent from Evan Evans. 
Fourth in descent from Andrew Colhoon. 
Fifth in descent from Andrew McDowell. 
Fifth in descent from John Lukens. 
Eighth in descent from Valentine Hollingsworth. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Budd. 

271— GREEN, Mrs. GEORGE WALTON (Harriet Brodhead At- 
water). 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Brodhead. 

272— SWAN, Mrs. JOSEPH R. (Emma Mann). 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Stone. 

273— ABBE, Mrs. ROBERT (Katherine Amory Bennett). 
Seventh in descent from George Denison. 



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274— BULL, Mrs. J. EDGAR (Sarah Adams Williams). 
Eighth in descent from John Alden. 

275_GOULD, Mrs. JAMES HENRY (Mary PierrEpont Perry). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett. 

276— JOHNSON, Mrs. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (Caroline Cur- 

TISS). 

Eighth in descent from Myles Standish, 

277— BENSON, Mrs. RICHARD HOFFMAN (Sarah Vanderpoel). 
Fourth in descent from Benjamin WilHams. 

278— KNOWER, Mrs. BENJAMIN (Mary Constance Allen). 

Seventh in descent from William Phelps. 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Phelps. 
Third in descent from Noah Phelps. 
Seventh in descent from Roger Ailing. 
Fourth in descent from Asahel Hall. 

279_COOKINHAM, Mrs. HENRY J. (Mary Louise Sherman). 
Tenth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 

280— PROVOOST, Miss SARAH MERWIN. 

Seventh in descent from David Provoost. 
Seventh in descent from Robert Treat. 

281— SHEPHERD, Mrs. EDGAR (Cettie Moore Gwynne). 
Sixth in descent from James Claypoole. 

282— MARFAN, Mrs. JOSIAH T. (Elizabeth Richards). 

Fifth in descent from Henry Wisner. 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Willett. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Hooker. 
Fifth in descent from John Hooker. 
Eighth in descent from John Brown. 



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283— PATTERSON, Miss CAROLINE ROMANS. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Warren. 

284— PATTERSON, Miss JESSIE. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Warren. 

285— MILLER, Miss CATHERINE de NAVARRE. 
Fifth in descent from Rutger Bleecker. 

286— DE MONTSAULNIN, MADAME la COMTESSE (Anna El- 
liott Morris Zborowski). 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. 

287— MORGAN, Miss RUTH. 

Eighth in descent from Walter Hoyt. 

288— BREESE, Miss ELOISE LAWRENCE. 
Sixth in descent from WilHam Lawrence. 

289— FOSTER, Mrs. JOSEPH C. (Frances Mary Livingston 
Hubbell). 

Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler. 

Fourth in descent from Henry Livingston. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 

Eighth in descent from John Hollister. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Welles. 

Fifth in descent from Gilbert Livingston. 

Sixth in descent from John Nelson. 

Fourth in descent from Melancthon Taylor Woolsey. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst. 

290— ELSEFFER, Mrs. JACOB W. (Harriet Eliza Mesick). 
Third in descent from Hendrick Mesick. 

291— SPENCE, Mrs. THOMAS W. (Maria Cornelia Tallmadge). 
Fourth in descent from William Flovd. 



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292— PARSONS, Mrs. WILLIAM BARCLAY (Eliza Livingston). 

Fifth in descent from Cadwalader Colden. 
Fifth in descent from PhiHp Livingston. 
Sixth in descent from Pieter Schuyler. 

293— CAMERON, Mrs. ANGUS (Mary Papiluon Baker). 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Topping. 
Sixth in descent from Thomas Baker. 

294— HACKSTAFF, Mrs. CHARLES L. (Margaret Euphemia 
Hoffman). 

Fourth in descent from Martinus Hoffman. 

295— HEDGES, Mrs. CHARLES H. (Anne Livingston). 
Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

296— NICHOLS, Mrs. JAMES E. H. (Mary Winthrop Tappan). 
Eighth in descent from John Winthrop, 

297— PROCTOR, Mrs. THOMAS REDFIELD (Maria Watson 

WiLIvIAMS). 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Hart. 

298— GREEN, Mrs. WALTER JEROME (Sarah Ketteehuyn 
Swartwout). 

Fifth in descent from Daniel Kettelhuyn. 

299— MYERS, Mrs. MICHAEL (Margaret Platt). 
Sixth in descent from Epenetus Platt. 

300— NYE, Miss ELLEN ROSE. 

Eighth in descent from Charles Chauncey. 
Sixth in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
Fifth in descent from Edmund Freeman. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Prescott. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Bulkley. 
Seventh in descent from Gershom Bulkley. 
Eighth in descent from Richard Warren. 



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301— MORGAN, Jr., Mrs. JAMES L. (Alice Matilda Hill). 

Ninth in descent from John Rowland. 

Eighth in descent from Peter Coffin. 

Ninth in descent from Thomas Gardner. ^ 

Eighth in descent from Richard Gardner. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Starbuck. 

Eighth in descent from John Gorham. 

302— PERKINS, Mrs. HENRY CLARK (Eliza Martin Seymour). 
Seventh in descent from John Webster. 

303— LAWRENCE, Mrs. JOHN L. (Alice W^ork). 

Tenth in descent from WilHam Bradford. 
Eighth in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Sixth in descent from Roger Wolcott. 
Eighth in descent from Daniel Clrrk. 
Ninth in descent from William Whiting. 
Ninth in descent from Edward Collins. 
Eighth in descent from William Sumner. 
Seventh in descent from John Strong. 

304— STODDARD, Mrs. CHAUNCEY (Pauline Cady). 
Seventh in descent from Epenetus Piatt. 

305— BOSWELL, Mrs. CHARLES PARTRIDGE (Harriet 
Oliver). 

Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 

306— DIMOCK, Mrs. HENRY F. (Susan Whitney). 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 

307— ALLEN, Miss MARY PERCIVAL. 

Eighth in descent from Simon Willard. 

308— HAIGHT, Mrs. FREDERIC E. (Alice Post). 
Fourth in descent from Stephen Barber. 



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309— EASTMAN, Mrs. L. C. (Sarah Elizabeth Gardiner). 
Seventh in descent from Lion Gardiner. 

310— GIHON, Mrs. WILLIAM (Caroline Remsen). 
Seventh in descent from Johannes de Peyster. 

311— LANSING, Mrs. GERRIT Y. (Sarah Rathbone Townsend). 
Eighth in descent from John Underhill. 

312— PROCTOR, Mrs. F. T. (Rachel Munson Williams). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Munson. 

313— ERICKSON, Mrs. A. WENTWORTH (Cecile Rusch Macy). 
Eighth in descent from John Gorham. 

314— DANFORTH, Mrs. HENRY G. (Edwine Louise Blake). 
Fifth in descent from Joseph ElHcott. 

315— LITTLE, Mrs. DAVID (Catherine Augusta Livingston). 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

316— BROOKFIELD, Mrs. WILLIAM (Kate Morgan). 
Eighth in descent from Theophilus Eaton. 

317— DE KAY, Mrs. SIDNEY (Minna Craven). 

Seventh in descent from' Jacob Jansen Schermerhooren. 

318— BARTLETT, Miss MAUD WILLARD. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Angell. 

319— DOREMUS, Mrs. CHARLES A. (Elizabeth Johnson Ward). 

Eighth in descent from Henry Soane. 
Fifth in descent from Thomas Turpin. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Harris. 
Seventh in descent from WilHam Harris. 
Fourth in descent from John Harris. 
Sixth in descent from James Taylor. 



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Fourth in descent from James Taylor. 

Seventh in descent from Peter Field. 

Seventh in descent from Francis Thornton. 

Ninth in descent from Christopher Branch. 

Fifth in descent from Littleberry Mosby. ^ 

Fifth in descent from Benjamin Cave. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Jefferson. 

320— MINTURN, Miss ELIZA THEODORA. 

Ninth in descent from John Greene. 
Seventh in descent from Caleb Carr. 

321— PRUYN, Mrs. JOHN V. L. (Cornelia Van Rensselaer 
Erving). 

Eighth in descent from Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. 

322— VAN WYCK, Mrs. ALBERT (Fanny Gilfillan). 
Seventh in descent from James Bishop. 

323— WARREN, Mrs. GEORGE HENRY (Mary Caroline 
Phoenix). 

Eighth in descent from William Spencer. 

324— BUTLER, Miss JULIA HENRIETTA. 
Seventh in descent from John Mason. 

325— LANDON, Mrs. EDWARD H. (Mary Lucretia Grinnell). 
Tenth in descent from William Bradford. 

326— FLOYD-JONES, Mrs. ELBERT (Elizabeth M. Smith). 
Eighth in descent from Nicasius de Sille. 

327— HOE, Mrs. ROBERT (Olivia Phelps James). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Dudley. 

328— ROE, Mrs. CHARLES F. (Katherine Bissell Bogert). 

Sixth in descent from John Marsh. 
Seventh in descent from John Bissell. 
Eighth in descent from David Demarest. 



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Eighth in descent from Adriane CornelHsen Van Schaick. 
Eighth in descent from Minne Johannes. 
Sixth in descent from Wilham Pitkin. 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 

329— MANNING, Mrs. DANIEL (Mary Margarstta Fryer). 
Seventh in descent from Robert Livingston. 

330— PERIN, Mrs. FRANK L. (Matilda Hulbert). 
Eighth in descent from John Underbill. 

331— RUSSEL, Mrs. WALTER S. (Mary E. Rumney). 
Sixth in descent from Anthony Rutgers. 

332— WALKER, Jr., Mrs. JOSEPH (Elizabeth La Grange 
Sloan). 

Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

333_FUERTES, Mrs. ELTEVAN A. (Mary Stone Perry). 
Eighth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 
Seventh in descent from Jeremias Van Rensselaer. 
Sixth in descent from Hendrick Van Rensselaer. 
Seventh in descent from Johannes Pieterse Van Briigh. 
Seventh in descent from Goosen Gerretsen Van Schaick. 
Sixth in descent from Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck. 
Seventh in descent from John Mason. 
Seventh in descent from Henry Wolcott. 
Sixth in descent from Henry Adams. 
Third in descent from William Hillhouse. 
Sixth in descent from James Fitch. 

* 334_BUTLER, Mrs. EDWARD H. (Harriet Pierson Stryker). 
Seventh in descent from Jan Strycker. 

335— MILLER, Mrs. EDWARD E. (Mary Kilgour). 
Sixth in descent from James Alexander. 

336_VELASQUEZ, Miss MARIANA. 

Fifth in descent from Robert Livingston. 



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337— LEFFERTS, Mrs. FREDERIC R. (Elizabeth Morris War- 
ing). 

Sixth in descent from Lewis Morris. %^ 

338— McAllister, miss julia g. 

Tenth in descent from Oloff Stevense Van Cortlandt. 

339— SLADE, Mrs. GEORGE P. (Cornelia Wheeler Strong). 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel White. 

340— ABBOTT, Mrs. GEORGE B. (Eva Topping Reeve). 
Sixth in descent from James Reeve. 

341— MERRILL, Mrs. PAYSON (Emma Harrison Strong). 
Seventh in descent from Nathaniel White. 

342— STIMSON, Mrs. HENRY L. (Mabel Wellington White). 
Eighth in descent from Myles Standish. 

343— LIVINGSTON, Mrs. HERMAN T. (Susan Bard Rogers). 
Fourth in descent from Peter Bard. 

344— TILLMAN, Mrs. WALTER P. (Ellen Augusta Freeman). 
Eighth in descent from Edmond Freeman. 

345— HARTLEY, Mrs. WILFRID (Leonora Berry). 
Ninth in descent from John Winthrop. 

346— SMITH, Mrs. CHARLES EDWIN (Anna Louise Malsan). 
Fourth in descent from Robert Morris. 

347— BRANDEGEE, Mrs. JOHN J. (Martina Louisa Condict). 
Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

348— BRIGGS, Mrs. EDWARD CORNELIUS (Lou Lord). 
Seventh in descent from Thomas Tracy. 



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349— BEEKMAN, Miss JOSEPHINE LAWRENCE. 
Seventh in descent from William Beekman. 

350— ELLWOOD, Mrs. HENDRICK (Mary Joskphine Pomeroy). 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 

35i_POMEROY, Miss GRACE VIRGINIA. 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 

352— JACKSON, Mrs. JOSEPH C. (Katherine Perkins Day). 
Fifth in descent from William Pitkin. 

353_WILHELMI, Mrs. LOUIS (Jueia Pauline Malsan). 
Fourth in descent from Robert Morris. 

354_STIMSON, Miss MARGARET. 

Ninth in descent from George Wyllys. 

355— LEA, Mrs. EDWARD T. (Lucy Phileips Este). 
Seventh in descent from Cornelis Melyn. 

356~HOUGHTON, Mrs. WILLIAM ADDISON (Charlotte 
Morris). 

Seventh in descent from Benedict Arnold. 

357— BROWN, Mrs. CHARLES S. (Lucy Barnes). 
Eighth in descent from Nathaniel White. 

358— PITKIN, Miss SARAH BALDWIN. 

Fourth in descent from William Pitkin. 

359— SKEEL, Jr., Mrs. ROSWELL (Emily Ellsworth Ford). 
Seventh in descent from Charles Chauncey. 

36(^OSBORNE, Mrs. JOHN H. (Julia Mathews Porter). 
Fifth in descent from Johannes Abeel. 



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36i— BUTLER, Jr., Mrs. WILLIAM ALLEN (Louise Collins). 
Eighth in descent from William Bradford. 

362— THOMPSON, Mrs. FREDERICK FERRIS (Mary Clark). 
Eighth in descent from William Clarke. 

363— TAYLOR, Miss LOUISA WEBSTER. 

Seventh in descent from Giles Hamlin. 
Sixth in descent from John Hamlin. 
Fifth in descent from Jabez Hamlin. 

364— WHITE, Mrs. HORATIO STEVENS (Fanny Gott). 
Eighth in descent from William Leete. 

365— CANNING, Mrs. REGINALD (Jeanie Shattuck). 
Seventh in descent from Timothy Wheeler. 

366— VAN SANTVOORD, Miss ANNA TOWNSEND. 
Fourth in descent from Thomas De Kay. 

367— SMITH, Mrs. WILTON MERLE (Zaidee Van Santvoord). 
Fourth in descent from Thomas De Kay. 

368— GODDARD, Mrs. J. WARREN (Geraldine Augusta Wins- 
low). 

Seventh in descent from Kenelm Winslow. 

369— JOHNSON, Mrs. ARTHUR BREEZE (Eliza Stringham 

Hunt). 

Fifth in descent from John Savage. 

370— LAWTON, Mrs. GEORGE P. (Jeannie Monteath Wilson 
Lathrop). 

Tenth in descent from Hendrick Kip. 
Seventh in descent from George Gardner. 
Eighth in descent from Alexander Lindsay Glen. 
Eighth in descent from Jacob Janse Schermerhorn. 
Eighth in descent from Isaac De Forest. 



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Eighth in descent from Resolved Waldron. 
Eighth in descent from Evert Janse Wendell. 
Eighth in descent from Hugh Caulkins. 
Eighth in descent from John Lathrop. 
Eighth in descent from Peter Winne. 
Fifth in descent from Daniel Hyde. 
Seventh in descent from Philip Shearman. 
Eighth in descent from Cornells Hendrick Van Nes. 

371— FULLER, Mrs. CHARLES (Anna Pendleton Rogers). 
Sixth in descent from Pierre Fauconnier. 

372— FOGG, Mrs. CHARLES E. (Elizabeth Van Kleeck). 
Sixth in descent from Baltus V^an Kleeck. 

373— KERNAN, Miss ELIZABETH BUTLER. 
Eighth in descent from James Avery. 

374— LANSING, Miss ABBY SPENCER. 

Seventh in descent from Sander Leedertsen Glen. 

375— MERRITT, Mrs. DOUGLAS (Elizabeth Cleveland Coxe). 
Seventh in descent from Stephen Sewall. 

376— BREWSTER, Mrs. E. FRANKLIN (Sarah Macy). 
Eighth in descent from John Gorham. 

377— BREWSTER, Miss JANE EUNICE. 

Seventh in descent from George Denison. 

378— MAYO-SMITH, Mrs. RICHMOND (Mabel Percy Ford). 
Eighth in descent from John Webster. 

379— ANSTICE, Mrs. HENRY (Flora Helen Fenner). 
Sixth in descent from Arthur Fenner. 

380— WHITE, Mrs. MORDECAI MORRIS (Hannah Amelia Cof- 
fin). 

Seventh in descent from Tristram Cof¥in. 



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38i— ROE, Mrs. JOHN O. (Jennie Pomeroy). 

Fourth in descent from Ebenezer Kingsbury. 

382— HULBERT, Mrs. WILLIAM P. (Caroline M. Bowne). 
Seventh in descent from John Underhill. 

383— COLES, Mrs. HENRY RUTGERS REMSEN (Margaret M. 
Davidson). 

Eighth in descent from John Underhill. 

384— CHITTENDEN, Mrs. SIMEON B. (Mary W. Hill). 
Ninth in descent from John Howland. 

385— BOWLER, Mrs. GEORGE PENDLETON (May William- 
son). 

Fifth in descent from James Taylor. 

386— HILLHOUSE, Mrs. THOMAS (Harriet Prouty). 

Seventh in descent from Randal Holden. 
Sixth in descent from Samuel Comstock. 
Seventh in descent from Samuel Gorton. 
Eighth in descent from Obadiah Holmes. 
Eighth in descent from Chad Brown. 
Eighth in descent from John Wicks (Weekes). 
Fifth in descent from Joseph Stafford. 
Fourth in descent from Gideon Comstock. 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Angell. 
Seventh in descent from Richard Arnold. 

387— MIDDLETON, Miss MARGARET. 

Ninth in descent from William Bradford. 

388— ATOCHA, Miss ALICE LANSING. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel WoodrufiF. 

389— BAKER, Mrs. ARTHUR LATHAM (Elizabeth Coit Hand). 
Fourth in descent from Samuel Coit. 



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390— MOTT, Mrs. JOHN T. (Alick Wright). 
Sixth in descent from Hananiah Parker. 

391 — PHELPS, Mrs. ISAAC N. (Anna Frances Swartwout). 
Fifth in descent from Daniel Kettelhuyn. 

392— MARTIN, Mrs. WILLIAM M. (Lydia Mathews). 
Ninth in descent from Francis Newman. 

393— NICOLL, Mrs. HENRY D. (Anne Bancker Camac). 
Sixth in descent from Evert Bancker. 

394— PARKER, Mrs. JAMES HENRY (Jueia Augusta Jones). 
Ninth in descent from William Gaylord. 

395— LAMPMAN, Mrs. LEWIS (Adelaide Ely Bronk). 
Fourth in descent from Jan Leendertse Bronck. 

396— SMITH, Mrs. ARTHUR COSSLETT (Elizabeth Storer 
Atkinson). 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Storer. 

397— HIGGINSON, Mrs. FRANCIS J. (Grace G. Haldane). 
Sixth in descent from Henry Filkin. 

398— HALDANE, Miss MARY H. 

Sixth in descent from Henry Filkin. 

399— BARROWS, Miss HARRIET. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Beers. 

400— BARROWS, Miss LOUISE. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Beers. 

401— MOORE, Mrs. JOHN GODFREY (Louise Taylor Harts- 

HORNE). 

Sixth in descent from Richard Hartshorne. 



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402— DURYEE, Mrs. JOSEPH RANKIN (Margaret Elmendorf 
Sloan). 

Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

403— BEERS, Miss MARY ELIZABETH. 
Sixth in descent from Nathan Gold. 

404— BURKE, Mrs CHARLES R. (Maria Cowenhoven Benson). 
Eighth in descent from Nicasius de Sille. 

405— MORGAN, Miss LOUISA PIERPONT. 
Eighth in descent from Samuel Eells. 

406— CONYNGHAM, Mrs. THOMAS DYER (Harriette Mich- 
ler). 

Seventh in descent from Edward Howell. 

407— ANDREWS, Mrs. WILLIAM LORING (Jane Elizabeth 
Crane). 

Seventh in descent from Jasper Crane. 

408— KANE, Mrs. THEODORE F. (Bessie Henley Higbee). 
Eighth in descent from John Howland. 

409— SALTUS, Mrs. FRANCIS H. (Eliza Howe Evertson). 
Sixth in descent from Rip Van Dam. 

410— AUCHINCLOSS, Mrs. EDGAR S. (Maria La Grange Sloan). 
Fifth in descent from Coenradt Elmendorph. 

411— GILBERT, Miss ELLEN GILDERSLEEVE. 
Seventh in descent from Jonathan Gilbert. 

412— HARTLEY, Mrs. MARCELLUS (Frances Chester White). 
Eighth in descent from Thomas Welles. 

413— MARTIN, Miss SUSAN TABER. 

Ninth in descent from John Howland. 



101 

414— PINE, Mrs. JOHN B. (Caroline; Pryor). 
Fourth in descent from Eleazer Miller. 

4i5_TOWNSEND, Jr., Mrs. EDWARD MITCHELL (AucE 
Grkenough). 

Ninth in descent from Richard Warren. 

4i6_WILLIAMS, Mrs. GEORGE NORTON (Abigail Stanley 
Clark). 

Seventh in descent from William Clarke. 

417— ZABRISKIE, Mrs. LANSING (Louise Morgan). 
Ninth in descent from Theophilus Eaton. 

418— BEEKMAN, Miss HELOISE. 

Seventh in descent from Wilhelmus Beekman. 

4i^RODGERS, Mrs. AUGUSTUS F. (Serena L. Croghan). 
Sixth in descent from Robert Livingston. 

420— STEBBINS, Mrs. JAMES HERVEY (Frances Ames Phelps). 
Eighth in descent from John Willis. 



* Deceased. 
t Resigned. 



Register of Ancestors and Descendants. 



JOHANNES ABEEL, 1667-1712. 

Mayor of Albany, 1694, 1709. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
1706-1712. Recorder, 1702. Member of Colonial Assembly of 
New York, 1695- 1698, 1702- 1704. 
208, 360. 

HENRY ADAMS, 1604-1676. 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1659, 1665, 1674, 
1675. Lieutenant of Train Band and Lieutenant of the Ancient 
and Honorable Artillery Company, 1652. 
34, 82, 333. 

JOHN ADAMS, 1735-1826. 

Delegate from Massachusetts to First Continental Congress, 1774, 
1776. Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Commis- 
sioner from the United States to France, 1778. Minister to Great 
Britain, 1779. Magistrate and signed Treaty with Great Britain, 
1782. 

215- 

JOHN ALDEN, 1599-1687. 

Assistant, Plymouth Colony, 1632, 1634- 1639, 1650- 1686. Treas- 
urer of the Colony, 1656-1659. Deputy to the General Court of 
Plymouth Colony, 1641-1649. 
17, 38, 150, 159, 200, 211, 215, 245, 274. 

JAMES ALEXANDER, 1691-1756. 

Surveyor-General of West Jersey, 1716-1756. Receiver-General 
and Collector of Quit Rents for the Province of New Jersey, 1716. 
Member of the Governor's Council of New York, 1721-1737, 
1 750- 1 756. Attorney-General of the Province of New York, 
1 72 1. Member of the King's Council of the Province of New 
Jersey, 1722- 1756. Naval Officer for the Port of New York, 
1723-1733. Member of the New York and New Jersey Boundary 
Commission, 1737. Member of the Colonial Assembly of New 
York, 1737, 1738. 
31, 42, 335. 



104 

ROGER ALLING, -1674. 

Treasurer, New Haven Colony, 1661. 
67, 278. 

MATTHEW ALLYN, 1604-1670. ^ 

One of the Corporators of Connecticut named in the Royal Charter 
of 1662. Assistant, 1658- 1667. Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, 1660, 1664. 
126, 154, 258. 

RICHARD ALSOP, 1726-1776. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1764-1768, 1770-1775. 
2Z7- 

THOMAS ANGELL, 1618-1694. 

One of the Original Proprietors of Providence Plantations, 1636. 
One of the Signers of the First Written Compact of Providence 
Plantations, 1637. Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners, 
1652, 1653. 
318, 386. 

EDWARD ANTILL, 1701-1770. 

Member of the King's Council of East Jersey, 1745-1761. 
95- 

JOHN APPLETON, 1622- 1699. 

Lieutenant Massachusetts Troops, 1656. Captain Ipswich Cavalry, 
1668. Deputy to General Court, 1656-1660, 1662-1665, 1667, 
1 669- 1 67 1, 1674, 1678. 
195- 

JOHN ARMISTEAD. 

Member of the House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1685. Member of 
the Governor's Council, 1687. 
129. 

BENEDICT ARNOLD, 1615-1678. 

Assistant, Providence Plantations, 1655, 1660, 1661. President of 
Providence Plantations, 1657-1659, 1662, 1663. First Governor, 
under the Charter of 1663, of Rhode Island and Providence Plan- 
tations, 1663, 1664, 1669-1671, 1677, 1678. 
64, 356. 



105 

RICHARD ARNOLD, 1642-1710. 

Deputy from Providence to General Court of Rhode Island, 
1671, 1676, 1679, 1680, 1681, 1696, 1698, 1700, 1701, 1702. 
Assistant, 1681-1686, 1690, 1696, 1699. One of the Council of 
Sir Edmund Andros, 1686. 
210, 212, 386. 

THOMAS ARNOLD, 1599-1674. 

Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 1666, 1667, 1670, 
1671, 1672. 

65. 

LEWIS MORRIS ASHFIELD, 1724-1789. 

Member of Governor's Council in New Jersey, 175 1. Commenced 
Service, 1753. 
51, 149- 

HUMPHREY ATHERTON, 1609-1661. 

Major-General Troops of Massachusetts Colony. Speaker of the 
House of Deputies, 1653. Assistant, Colony of Massachusetts, 
1654-1661. 
149, 200, 258. 

JAMES AVERY, 1620-1700. 

Captain of Connecticut Company from New London, and com- 
manded the Pequot Allies in King Philip's War, 1675. Deputy 
to General Court, 1660, 1661-1665, 1669, 1675, 1676, 1677, 1678, 
1682- 1686, 1689. 
7Z^ Z7Z- 

JOHN AVERY, 1654- 

Captain Connecticut Troops from Groton, 1697. 

JOHN AVERY, -1682. 

Lieutenant Company of Foot, Sussex County, Delaware, 1675. 
Captain, 1676. President of the Court, 1679, 1680. 
78. 



106 

RICHARD BACHE, 1737-1811. 

Secretary of Province of Pennsylvania, 1775, 1776. Postmaster- 
General, from 1 776- 1 782. 
134. % 

THOMAS BAKER, 1618-1700. 

Assistant in Connecticut Colony, 1658-1663. Deputy to Convention 
of Hempstead, 1665. Ensign of a company at Easthampton, 
1654- 
293- 

THEOPHILUS BALDWIN, 1694-1745- 

Captain of a Train Band of New Milford, Connecticut, 1738. 
222. 

EVERT BANCKER, 1665-1734. 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1696-1698, 1706-1712, 1720-1732. 
Mayor of Albany, 1695, 1696, 1707- 1709. Commanded the Fort 
at Oswego, 1727. 
137. 393- 

STEPHEN BARBER, 1724-1806. 

Captain Twelfth Regiment, Connecticut Colony Troops, 1769. 
308. 

PETER BARD, 1678-1734. 

Member of the Governor's Council of New Jersey, 1 720-1 721. 
Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, 1722. Judge of the Supreme 
Court of New Jersey, 1734. 
53. 130. 343- 

PETER BARD, 1712-1769. 

Commissary-General of the West Jersey Forces, 1756. 
53- 

JAMES BARKER, 1623-1702. 

Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners, 1655, 1661, 1663. 
Assistant, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, 1663, 1666, 
1671, 1672, 1676-1678. Deputy from Newport, 1667, 1669, 1670, 
1671, 1674, 1681, 1683-1686. One of those named in the Royal 
Charter granted by King Charles Second, 1663. Deputy Gover- 
nor, 1678, 1679. 
220. 



107 

WILLIAM BARKER, 1662-1741. 

Deputy to General Court of Rhode Island, 1709, 1721, 1722. 
220. 

WILLIAM BARRON, 1734-1784. 

Captain of Massachusetts Troops, 1762. 
162, 

WILLIAM BAULSTONE, 1600-1678. 

One of the eighteen original proprietors at Aquidneck, Rhode Is- 
land, who settled Pocasset (later Portsmouth), 1638. General 
Treasurer, 1640, 1641, 1643, 1644. Assistant, 1641-1644, 1648, 
1656- 1663, 1668- 1672. 
65. 

NICHOLAS BAYARD, 1644-1709. 

Secretary of the Province of New York, 1673. Receiver-General 
of the Province of New York, 1673-1689. Mayor of New York, 
1685. Member of the Governor's Council, 1685, 1687, 1688, 1691- 
1698. Lieutenant of the Burgher Corps, New Orange, 1673. 
Colonel of Foot, New York, 1686. Commander-in-Chief New 
York Troops, 1691. 
I, 7, 13, 42, 158. 

SAMUEL BAYARD, 1669-1745. 

Member of Colonial Assembly, New York, 1713, 1715. Judge of 
the Court of Common Pleas, Bergen County, New Jersey, 171 1. 
13- 42. 

STEPHEN BAYARD, 1700- 

Mayor of New York, 1744- 1747. Member of Governor's Council, 
1 746- 1 747. 

I. 7- 13- 

GERARDUS BEEKMAN, 1653-1723. 

Major Horse and Foot Troops in Kings County, 1689. Lieutenant 
Colonel, Kings County Militia, 1700. Member of Governor's 
Council, 1690, 1702-1723. Acting Governor, as President of the 
Council, 1710. 
31. 56, 57. 58, 136, 139, 161, 262. 



108 

HENRICUS BEEKMAN, 1688-1776. 

Colonel of Dutchess County Troops, 1737. Member Colonial As- 
sembly, New York, 1725-1758. 
24. ^ 

HENRICUS BEEKMAN, 1652-1716. 

Captain, 1685. Lieutenant-Colonel of the Troops of Dutchess and 
Ulster Counties, 1693. Colonel, 1701. Member of the Colonial 
Assembly, 1691-1693, 1695-1698, 1702-1715. 
2, 24, 31, 67, 120, 124. 

WILLIAM BEEKMAN, 1623-1707. 

Member of Leisler's Assembly, 1690. Lieutenant of Burgher's 
Corps, 1653. Vice-Director of Nieuw Netherland at the Colony 
of South River, 1658- 1664. Schout-Fiscaal of Esopus, 1664- 167 1. 
Burgomeister of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1674. Delegate to Conven- 
tion of December, 1653. One of the Nine Men, 1652. 
2, 24, 31, 56, 57, 58, 67, 92, 120, 124, 136, 139, 161, 262, 349, 418. 

RICHARD BEERS, 1612-1675. 

Captain in King Philip's War, 1675. Representative from Water- 
town to General Court Massachusetts, 1663-1675. 
399, 400. 

NATHANIEL BERRY, 1690-1757. 

Captain of a Trained Band in Kent, Connecticut, 1750. 
222. 

RICHARD BETTS, -1713. 

High-SherifT of Yorkshire County, Long Island, N. Y. 1678-1680. 
Member of the Convention at Hempstead,i665. 
237- 

JOHN AP BEVAN, 1646-1721. 

Member of Assembly, Philadelphia, 1687, 1695, 1699, 1700. 
97- 

LOUIS BEVIERE, 1647-1720. 

Ensign Ulster County Troops, 1698. 
233- 



109 

LOUIS BEVIERE, 1684-1753- 

Ensign of a Company of Militia at New Paltz, 171 1. 

233- 

JAMES BISHOP, -1691. 

Secretary of New Haven Colony, 1661-1665. Assistant Connec- 
ticut Colony, 1668-1682. Deputy-Governor, Connecticut Colony, 
1683-1691. 
322. 

JOHN BISSELL, 1591-1677. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1640, 1647-1655, 1658, 
1659, 1664. Captain of Company of Dragoons, 1675. Quarter- 
master Hartford Troops of Horse, 1677. 
126, 328. 

JACOB BLACKWELL, 1717-1780. 

Member of New York Provincial Congress, 1775-1778. 
107. 

ROBERT BLACKWELL, -1717. 

Member of Fourth Colonial Congress of New York, 1693- 1695. 
107. 

ADAM BLAKEMAN, 1598-1665. 

Chaplain appointed by the General Assembly of Connecticut. One 
of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of Connecticut Colony, prior to 1675. 
196, 239. 

JAN JANSEN BLEECKER, 1642-1732. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1 698-1 701. Member of 
Leisler's Assembly, 1690. Mayor of Albany, 1700. Recorder of 
Albany, 1696. Captain, Albany Company of Foot, 1684. 
5, 9, 40, 85, 90, loi, 146, 206. 

JOHANNES BLEECKER, 1668-1738. 

Recorder of Albany, 1701. Mayor of Albany, 1701. Commissioner 
Indian Afifairs, 1720. Captain in Colonel Pieter Schuyler's Reg- 
iment, 1698. Member of General Assembly, 1701-1702. 
85- 



110 

RUTGER BLEECKER, 1675-1756. 

Mayor of Albany, 1726- 1729. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
1728-1734, 1739-1746. First Judge of Court of Common Pleas, 
1726-1733. Recorder of Albany, 1726. * 

5, 9, 108, 206, 256, 285. 

RICHARD BORDEN, 1601-1671. 

Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners of Rhode Island, 1654, 
1656, 1657. General Treasurer, 1654, 1655. Assistant, 1653, 
1654. Deputy to General Court, 1667, 1670. 
220. 

ELISHA BOUDINOT, 1749-1819. 

Judge Supreme Court of New Jersey, 1775. Secretary of Council 
of Safety, 1777. Commissary-General. 
15,71- 

WILLIAM BRADFORD, 1589-1657. 

Governor of the Plymouth Colony, 1621-1657, excepting six years. 
17, 62, 126, 127, 138, 159, 200, 268, 303, 305, 306, 325, 361, 387. 

WILLIAM BRADFORD, 1624-1703. 

Assistant Plymouth Colony, 1658-1681. Deputy-Governor, 1682- 
1686. One of the Council of Sir Edmund Andros, 1687. Treas- 
urer, 1679-1686, 1689, 1690. Major, 1685. Commander of the 
Plymouth Forces in King Philip's War. 
17, 62, 126, 127, 159, 200, 268. 

JOHN BRADSTREET, 1711-1774. 

Lieutenant-Colonel at Siege and Capture of Louisburg, Nova 
Scotia, 1745. Second in Command under Pepperell. Aide to 
General Braddock, 1755. In Command at the Capture of Fort 
Frontenac, 175^. 
175, 187- 

SIMON BRADSTREET, 1603-1697. 

Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1679-1686, 1689-1692. 
Assistant, 1630-1678. Commissioner to the United Colonies, 
1644, 1 648- 1 66 1, 1 663- 1 667, 1 670- 1 672. 
69, 162, 217. 



in 

CHRISTOPHER BRANCH, 1591-1681. 

Member of the House of Burgesses from Henrico County, Virginia, 
1639. 
319- 

WILLIAM BREWSTER, -1643. 

One of the Recognized Historic Founders of the Plymouth Plan- 
tation. 
87, 200. 

JOHN BRIGGS, 1609-1690. 

Assistant from Portsmouth, R. I., 1648. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1664, 1665-1666, 1669. Commissioner, 1654-1660, 1661- 
1664. 
98. 

WILLIAM BRINTON, -1674. 

President of Providence Plantations, 1660, 1661. Governor of 
Rhode Island, 1666- 1669. Deputy-Governor, 1640, 1647, 1663- 
1666. One of the Founders of Newport, 1639. Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court of Rhode Island, 1635- 1637. Commissioner, 1660- 
1663. Named in the Royal Charter of 1663. 
114. 

ANTHONY BROCKHOLLES, — 

Commander-in-Chief of Nieuw Netherland, 1677, 1681. Member 
of the Governor's Council, 1674-1679, 1683-1688. Comman- 
dant at Albany, 1680. Major of Horse, 1684. Receiver Gen- 
eral, 1681-1683. 
48, 218. 

DANIEL BRODHEAD, -1667. 

Commander-in-Chief of the Forces at Esopus, 1665. 
22, 92, 271. 

EDWARD BROMFIELD, 1648-1734. 

Member of the Council of Massachusetts Colony, 1703-1724. 
196. 



112 

JAN LEENDERTSE BRONCK, 1723-1794. 

Captain of New York Militia, 1740. Major, 1775-1778. Adjutant, 
1777. 
395- % 

CHAD BROWN, -1650. 

One of the Signers of the First Written Compact of Providence 
Plantation, 1636. 
210, 212, 386. 

HACKALIAH BROWN, -1784. 

Major of New York Troops, 1752. Commander Westchester 
Levies, 1756. 
73- 

JOHN BROWN, 1584-1662. 

Commissioner of the United Colonies from Plymouth, 1643-1655. 
Assistant in Plymouth Colony, 1636, 1638-1655. 
65, 282. 

THOMAS BROWNE, 1645-1709. 

Deputy from Sudbury to the General Court of Massachusetts Bay 
Colony, 1692, 1693, 1694, 1702. Captain of Provincial Troops. 
123. 

WILLIAM BROWNE, — 

Deputy from Sudbury to General Court of Massachusetts Colony, 
1692. Captain Sudbury Company. 
123. 

THOMAS BUDD, -1698. 

Receiver-General of the Province of West Jersey, 1681. Member 
01 Assembly, 1682, 1683, 1685. Member of the Kings Council 
and Treasurer of the Province, 1683. 
270. 

DAVID BUELL, 1679- 1749. 

Captain of Connecticut Troops, 1727. Major, 1739. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1717, 1718, 1719, 1721-1728, 1730, 1731 i733-i739- 
225. 



113 

SAMUEL BUELL, 1641-1720. 

Deputy from Killingworth to General Court of Connecticut, 1692- 
1694, 1696-1699, 1700-1703, 1704, 1706, 1708, 1710, 171 1, 1714, 

1715- 

126, 128, 132. 

SAMUEL BUELL, 1663-1732. 

Captain Connecticut Troops, 1718. 
128, 132. 

GERSHOM BULKLEY, 1636-1713. 

Preacher of an Election Sermon before the General Court of Con- 
necticut, about 1680. 
300. 

PETER BULKLEY, 1583-1658. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of Massachusetts Bay Colony, prior to 1675. 
300. 

PETER BULKLEY, -1688. 

Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts from Concord, 1673- 
1676. Speaker, 1674, 1675, 1676. Agent sent to England, 1676. 
Assistant, 1677-1685. Major in Massachusetts Colonial Troops, 
1680. 
162. 

SAMUEL BULLARD, 1667-1727. 

Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, from Sherborne, 1708, 
1709, 1 723- 1 725. Captain of a Troop of Horse. 
123. 

WILLIAM BURNET, 1730-1791. 

Chairman of Committee of Safety, Essex County, New Jersey, 1775. 
102. 

EBENEZER BURRILL, 1679-1761. 

Commissioner to Casco Bay to treat with Indians, 1732. Member 
of Governor's Council, Massachusetts, 1731, 1732, 1746. 
67, 120. . 



114 

EBENEZER BURRILL, 1702-1778. 

Deputy from Lynn, to General Court of Massachusetts, 1764-1774. 
67, 120. ^ 

JOHN BURRILL, 1631-1703. 

Deputy from Lynn to General Court of Massachusetts, 1764-1774. 
67, 120. 

JOHN BURR, 1673-1750. 

Deputy from Fairfield, Connecticut, 1704-1714, 1717-1729. Speaker 
of the House, 1723, 1724. Assistant, 1729-1740. Judge of the 
County Court, 1726-1743. Major of Forces, in Expedition to 
Port Royal, Nova Scotia, 1710. Colonel, 1739. 
156. 

RICHARD BUSHNELL, 1652-1727. 

Deputy from Norwich, Connecticut, 1691-1694, 1696-1700, 1702- 
1721. Captain Connecticut Provincial Troops, 1701. Member 
of Council, 1 7 19- 1 72 1. Speaker of General Court, 171 3, 171 5, 
1717, 1719-1721. Judge of County Court, 1718-1719. 
219. 

SAMUEL CAMPBELL, 1738-1824. 

Ensign, 1768. Second Lieutenant, 1772. Member of the Commit- 
tee of Safety of Tryon County during the Revolution. Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel in the Continental Army. 
118, 224. 

CALEB CARR, 1624-1695. 

Governor of Rhode Island, 1695. Assistant, 1679-1685, 1690. 
General Treasurer, 1660- 1662. Commissioner, 1654, 1658- 1663. 
Deputy to General Court, 1664- 1666, 1667- 1675. 
320. 

JOHN CARTER, -1669. 

Member of the House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1649, 1654, and for 
some years Speaker. Commander-in-Chief of the Forces sent 
against the Rappahannock. 
129. 



115 

JOHN CARTER, 1690- 1743. 

Secretary of State to the Colony of Virginia, 1722. Member of 
Governor's Council, 1724. 
129, 

ROBERT CARTER, 1663-1732. 

Speaker of the House of Burgesses, Virginia, and Treasurer, 1699. 
Member of the Governor's Council and President of that body. 
Acting Governor, 1726- 1727, until arrival of Governor Gooch. 
129. 

HUGH CAULKINS, 1600-1690. 

Deputy from New London and Norwich to General Court, Con- 
necticut, 1652-1661, 1663-1671. 
183, 188, 370. 

BENJAMIN CAVE, -1762. 

Member of House of Burgesses from Orange County, Virginia, 1756. 
319- 

HENRY CHAMPION, 1723-1797. 

Captain of Troops of the Province of New York, 1758. Major, 
Provincial Troops, 1772. Colonel, 1775. Commissary-General 
of the Eastern Department of the Continental Army, through the 
Revolutionary War. 
228. 

JUDAH CHAMPION, 1729-1810. 

Preacher of Election Sermon before General Court of Connecticut, 
1776. 

31- 

JOHN CHANDLER, 1665-1743. 

Major of a Company of Scouts, 1722. Colonel of Connecticut 
Troops, 1724. First Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Worces- 
ter County, 1 73 1. Councillor, Massachusetts Colony, 1727- 1732. 
55- 



116 

JOHN CHANDLER, 1693-1762. 

Represented Woodstock and Worcester in the General Court of 
Massachusetts Colony, 1732-1735, 1638, 1639, 1652, 1653. Col- 
onel and Member of Governor's Council 1743- 1762. Delegate 
from Massachusetts to Albany, 1754. Special Justice, Superior 
Court, 1756-1758. 
77- 

ROBERT CHAPMAN, 1616-1687. 

Deputy from Saybrook to General Court of Connecticut, 1654- 1668, 
1 670- 1 672, 1674, 1 677- 1 68 1. Assistant, 168 1- 1684. 
129. 

CHARLES CHAUNCEY, 1592-1672. 

Second President of Harvard College, 1654- 1671. 
10, 12, 103, 141, 167, 237, 268, 300, 359. 

NATHANIEL CHAUNCEY, 1681-1751. 

Preached Election Sermons in Connecticut, 1719, 1734. 
12, 141, 268. 

ANTHONY CHECKLEY, 1636-1708. 

Attorney General of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1692- 1702. Mem- 
ber of Boston Artillery Company from 1682 to 1702, as Ensign, 
Lieutenant and Captain. 
153- 

JOHN CHESTER, 1635-1698. 

Captain of the Colonial Forces, Connecticut, 1677. Deputy from 
Wethersfield to General Court of Connecticut, 1676, 1678-1689, 
1694, 1696, 1698. 
74, 126, 154. 

JOHN CHESTER, 1656-1711. 

Captain of Connecticut Troops, 1689. Major, 1702. Assistant, 
1701-1712. Judge of County and Court of Probate, Hartford Co., 
1703, 1704, 171 1. 
74. 



117 

JOHN CHESTER, 1703-1771. 

Deputy from Wethersfield to General Court Connecticut, 1727- 1735, 
1 766- 1 77 1. Assistant, 1747- 1766. Captain of Colonial Forces of 
Connecticut, 1725. Lieutenant Colonel, 1739. Colonel, 1756. 
Member of Convention to confirm the Six Nations held at Al- 
bany, 1 75 1. 
74- 

JOHN CHESTER, 1749-1809. 

Captain Connecticut Forces, 1775. Major, 1775. Colonel, 1776. 
74- 

WILLIAM CHITTENDEN, 1594-1661. 

Lieutenant Troops of the New Haven Colony, 1648. 
12, 103, 167. 

BENJAMIN CHURCH, 1639-1718. 

Colonel in King Philip's War, 1675. Commander-in-Chief in an 
Expedition against the Eastern Indians, 1689. Deputy from 
Bristol to General Court of Plymouth, 1682-1685. 

55- 

CHARLES CHURCH, 1682-1746. 

Deputy to General Court, Massachusetts, 1730-1736, 1743-1746. 
Captain, 171 1. 

55- 

PRESERVED CLAP, 1643-1720. 

Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1690. Deputy from Northampton 
to General Court of Massachusetts, 1697, 1704, 1705, 1708. 
258. 

ROGER CLAP, 1609-1691. 

Deputy from Dorchester to General Court of Massachusetts, 1647, 
1652-1655, 1657, 1659-1665, 1671. Lieutenant Dorchester Com- 
pany, 1644. Captain of the Castle, now Fort Independence, 
I 665- I 686. 
258. 



118 

THOMAS CLAP, 1703-1767. 

President of Yale College, 1739-1707, His name stands first in 
the list of Incorporators in the Charter of 1745. 

JOHN CLARK, -1673. 

Corporator under Royal Charter, Connecticut, 1662. Deputy to 
General Court of Connecticut, 1649- 1669. 

74, 258. 

WALTER CLARK, 1640-1714. 

Governor of Rhode Island, 1676, 1677, 1686, 1696-1698. Deputy- 
Governor, 1679-1686, 1700-1714. Assistant, 1673-1676, 1699. 
Deputy, from Newport to General Court of Rhode Island, 1667, 
1671-1673. 

65. 

WILLIAM CLARK, 1656-1725. 

Deputy from Lebanon to General Court of Connecticut, 1706-1713, 
1723-1724. Speaker, 1723. Captain of Train Band of Lebanon, 
1708. Judge Probate Court, 1723, 1724. 
222. 

DANIEL CLARKE, 1623-1710. 

Deputy, from Windsor to General Court of Connecticut Colony, 
1 646- 1 65 1. Assistant, 1659, 1660, 1662- 1667. Secretary of the 
Connecticut Colony, 1658- 1664, 1665- 1666. Captain of a 
Troop of Horse, 1664. 
12, 55, 126, 154, 219, 303. 

JEREMIAH CLARKE, -1652. 

One of the Nine who settled Newport, 1639. Captain, 1644. Treas- 
urer for Newport, 1644, 1645, 1646, 1647. Treasurer of four 
towns, 1647, 1648, 1649. 
98, 220. 

WESTON CLARKE, 1648-1728. 

General Treasurer of the Colony of Rhode Island, 168 1- 1686. At- 
torney-General, 1676-1678, 1680-1682, 1683-1687. General-Re- 
corder and Secretary of the Colony, 1690-1693, 1695-1715 
98. 



119 

WILLIAM CLARKE, 1609-1690. 

Lieutenant of Northampton Troops, Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
1662. Deputy from Northampton to General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, 1663, 1664, 1668- 1677, 1680- 1683. 
222, 362, 416. 

MATTHEW CLARKSON, 1660-1702. 

Secretary of the Province of New York, 1691-1702. 
151, 189. 

JAMES CLAYPOOLE, 1631-1687. 

General Commissioner of the Peace in Pennsylvania, 1685. Mem- 
ber of the Legislative Assembly, 1686. Register General, 1686. 
Member of the Provincial Council, 1687. 
148, 242, 281. 

WILLIAM CODDINGTON, 1601-1678. 

Assistant Colony of Massachusetts, 1630-1636. Treasurer, 1634, 
1635, 1636. Deputy, 1636, 1637. One of the eighteen 
original proprietors of Aquidneck who settled Pocasset (later 
Portsmouth), 1638. Judge at Newport, 1639, 1640. Governor of 
Portsmouth and Newport, 1640-1647. President of the four 
united towns of the Colony, 1648, 1649. Commissioner to the 
Court of Commissioners, 1656, 1663. One of those named in 
the Royal Charter granted by King Charles Second, 1663. 
Deputy Governor, 1673, 1674. Governor, 1674, 1675, 1676, 1678. 
202, 223. 

PETER COFFIN, 1631-1715. 

Member of the Governor's Council, Province of New Hampshire, 
1692-1712. Justice of Superior Court, 1697-1699. Deputy 
to General Court, 1672, 1673, 1679. Acting Governor of New 
Hampshire, 1708. Captain, 1694. 
301. 

TRISTRAM COFFIN, 1605-1681. 

Chief-Magistrate of Nantucket, 1671, 1677. 
62, 231, 232, 268, 282, 380. 



120 

JOHN COGGESHALL, 1591-1647. 

Deputy from Boston to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 1634- 
1638. Original Proprietor of Aquidneck, 1638. Settled City of 
Newport, 1639. One of the Elders of Aquidneck, 1639-1640. 
First President of Providence Plantations, 1647. * 
65, 98, 220. 

SAMUEL COIT, 1708-1792. 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Connecticut Troops, 1761. Colonel, 1768. 
Member of General Assembly in Connecticut, 1757-1760, 1761, 
1762, 1764, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1769, 1 77 1 -1773. 
55, 213, 389. 

CADWALADER COLDEN, 1688-1776. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Province of New York, 1 761 -1776. Mem- 
ber of Governor's Council, 1721-1776. Surveyor-General, 1720- 
1762. Boundary Commissioner, 1723, 1725, 1731, 1754. 
292. 

ANDREW COLHOON, -1794. 

Justice of the Peace in Pennsylvania, 1764, 1770, 1771. 
270. 

WILLIAM COLLIER, -1670. 

Assistant in Plymouth Colony, 1635-1637, 1639-165 1, 1654-1656, 
1658-1665. One of the two signers for the United Colonies of 
the Articles of Agreement between Massachusetts and Connec- 
ticut, 1643. 
55- 200. 

EDWARD COLLINS, 1603-1689. 

Deputy from Cambridge to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
1654-1661, 1662-1670. 
31. 67, 303. 

GIDEON COMSTOCK, 1709- 

Deputy from Cranston to General Court of Rhode Island, 1770-1771. 
212, 386. 



121 

SAMUEL COMSTOCK, 1654-1727. 

Deputy from Providence to General Court of Rhode Island, 1699, 
1702, 1707, 1708, 171 1. 
210, 212. 

JOSEPH PLATT COOKE, 1729-1818. 

Member from Danbury of the Connecticut Assembly, 1763- 1776. 
Colonel of the Sixteenth Regiment Connecticut Troops, 1771. 
Served as Colonel in the Continental Army during the Revolution. 
10. 

JACQUES CORTELYOU, -1693. 

Surveyor-General of the Colony of New York, 1657, 1671. Member 
of the Convention of 1665. Captain of Militia, Town of Utrecht, 
Long Island, 1673. 
114. 

JOHN COTTON, 1585-1652. 

One of the Founders of Harvard College. One of the Ministers 
of Parishes active in founding and forwarding the interests of the 
Colonies. 
69. 

DAVID COWPLAND, -1779. 

Member of the Committee of Safety of Chester County, Pennsyl- 
vania, 1774. 
196. 

JASPER CRANE, -1681. 

Magistrate, New Haven Colony, 1658- 1663. Assistant Connecticut 
Colony, 1665-1667. 
407. 

JOHN CRANSTON, 1626-1680. 

Governor of Rhode Island Colony, 1679. Deputy-Governor, 1672, 
1676-1678. Assistant, 1668-1671. Deputy from Newport to 
General Court. 1664-1669. Major and Commander of Colonial 
Forces, 1676. 
220. 



122 

SAMUEL CRANSTON, 1659-1729. 

Governor of Rhode Island, 1698- 1726. Assistant, 1696. 
220. 

JOHN CRARY, 1685-1759. ^ 

Deputy from Plainfield to General Court of Connecticut, 1724, 1728, 
1729, 1730, 1731, 1732, 1733, 1737, 1741-1750. 

73- 

HENRY CRUGER, 1707-1778. 

Al ember New York Colonial Assembly, 1745- 1758. Boundary 
Commissioner, 1753. Member Governor's Council, 1767-1772. 
6, 53- 

JOHN CRUGER, -1744- 

Mayor of the City of New York, 1739- 1744. 
6, 53- 

WILLIAM CURTIS, 1618-1702. 

Deputy from Stratford to General Court of Connecticut Colony, 
1667- 1685, 1687, 1688, 1692. Captain, 1672. Boundary Com- 
missioner, 1678. 
260. 

HENDRICK CUYLER, 1637-1690. 

Lieutenant of Foot, Albany, 1685. Major of Foot, New York, 
1689. One of Leisler's Council, 1689-1690. 
6, 37. 38, 47. 48, 53' 55, 56, 73, 185, 218. 

JOHANNES CUYLER, 1661- 

Indian Commissioner, Province of New York, 1706, 17 10, 171 5, 
1720, 1724, 1726, 1728. Member of Assembly, 1705-1707, 1708- 
1712, 1715-1726. Mayor of Albany, 1725. 
210, 212. 

NICHOLAS DANFORTH, -1638. 

Deputy from Roxbury to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1636, 
1637. Captain, 1637. 
196. 



123 

SAMUEL DANFORTH, 1626- 1674. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of Massachusetts, prior to 1675. Fellow of Har- 
vard College, 1650-1654, 1668- 1674. 
196. 

THOMAS DANFORTH, 1622-1699. 

Deputy from Cambridge to Massachusetts General Court, 1657- 
1658. Assistant, 1659-1678, 1693-1699. Deputy-Governor, 
1678-1686, 1689-1692. President of Maine Colony, 1692. Judge 
of Superior Court, 1692. Treasurer of Harvard College, 1650- 
1668. 
162. 

CORNELIUS DECKER, 

Lieutenant of a Troop of Horse in Ulster County, Province of New 
York, 1700. 

233- 

ISAAC DE FOREST, 1616- 

One of the " Nine Men " of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1652. 
370. 

GEORGE m KAY, 1728-1757. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse, New York, 1754. 
25- 

THOMAS DK KAY, 1697-1758. 

Colonel of Orange County Troops, Province of New York, 1742- 
1758. 
204, 366, 367. 

JOHANNES DE LA MONTAGNE, 1595-1670. 

Chief in Command of Military Forces, Manhattan Island, 1640- 
1645. Member of Council under Governor Kieft, 1638-1655. 
Vice-Director of Fort Orange, 1656, 1664. Delegate to Nieuw 
Amsterdam Convention, 1653. 
155- 177, 179- 

ETIENNE DE LANCEY, 1663-1741. 

Member New York Colonial Assembly, 1702-1709, 1710-1715, 1726- 

1737- 
124. 



124 

JAMES DE LANCEY, 1708-1760. 

Chief-Justice of New York, 1733. Acting Governor, 1753, 1757. 
Member of the Governor's Council, 1729- 1753. 
99, 160. 

JACOB DE LOPER, -1650. 

Member of the Council of the Province of Nieuw Netherland, 1647. 
67, 120. 

DAVID DEMAREST, about 1625- 

Delegate from Staten Island to Convention in New Amsterdam, 
1664. 
328. 

NICHOLAS DE MEYER, -1690. 

Mayor of New York, 1676. Captain New York Troops, 1679. 
Major New York Troops, 1684. Burgomeister, 1676. Member 
of Governor's Council, 1690. 
55, 142, 144, 184, 215. 

GEORGE DENISON, 1620-1694. 

Captain Connecticut Provincial Troops, 1675. Second in Com- 
mand to Major Talcott in Indian Campaign, 1675, 1676. Deputy 
from Stonington to the General Court, 1654, 1656, 1671, 1675, 
1678, 1 682- 1 689, 1693, 1694. 
10, 12, 103, 141, 202, 211, 223, 273, 377. 

ABRAM DE NORMANDIE, 1688-1757. 

Member of the Provincial Assembly, Pennsylvania, 1756. 
53- 

RICHARD DENTON, 1586-1662. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of Connecticut, prior to 1675. 
179. 

ABRAHAM de PEYSTER, 1657-1728. 

Treasurer of the Province of New York, 1 706-1 721. Mayor of New 
York, 1691. Colonel of a New York Regiment of Foot. 1695. 
Member of the Governor's Council, 1698-1702, 1708, 1710-1722. 
Chief- Justice, 1701. Receiver-General, 1708. 
2, 21, 92. 



125 

* 

JOHANNES DE PEYSTER, 1620-1685. 

Burgomeister of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1673. 
2, 31. 42, 55. 57» 58, 100, 136, 161, 310. 

JOHANNES DE PEYSTER, 1666-1711. 

Mayor of New York, 1698. Member of the Colonial Assembly, 
1699-1702. Lieutenant of Foot, 1689. Captain of a Troop of 
Horse, 1700. 
55. 57, 58, 136, 161. 

JOHANNES DE PEYSTER, 1694-1789. 

Lieutenant of Foot, 1717. Captain of a Troop of Plorse in Albany, 
1744. Paymaster New York Forces, 1755. Commissioner of 
Indian Affairs, 1734-1738, 1739, 1746. Mayor of Albany, 1729, 
1732. Recorder of Albany, 1726, 1728. 
55. 92. 

NICASIUS m SILLE, 1600- 

First Councillor to the Governor, 1653-1664. Schout-Fiscaal, 1656- 
1666. Captain-Lieutenant, 1656. Boundary Commissioner, 1654, 
1656. 
216, 326, 404. 

PETRUS DE WITT, 1722-1790. 

Captain of Troops, Rhinebeck Precinct, Province of New York, 
1758. 
233- 

TJERCK DE WITT, 1683-1762. 

Captain of Foot, Ulster County, Province of New York, 1738. 
233- 

JONATHAN DICKINSON, 1688-1747. 

One of the Charter Trustees of the College of New Jersey, 1746. 
First President of the College of New Jersey, now Princeton 
University, 1747. 
239- 

NATHANIEL DICKINSON, 1615-1676. 

Deputy from Wethersfield to General Court of Connecticut, 1646- 
1656. 
239. 258. 



126 

JOHN DOANE, -1662. 

Assistant Plymouth Colony, 1633. One of a Committee to revise 
the Laws of the Colony, 1636. Deputy to General Court, 1639, 
1641, 1642, 1643, 1644, 1649, 1650, 1651. 

127. 

JOHN DOUGLAS, 1703-1766. 

Captain, Plainfield, Connecticut Troops, 1745. 
188. 

JONAS DOUW, -1736. 

Lieutenant of a Company of Foot, 1700. Captain of Albany Troop, 
1715- 
55- 

PETRUS DOUW, 1692-1775. 

Member New York Colonial Assembly, 1747-1750, 1752-1758. En- 
sign, 1717. Captain Militia Company, Manor of Rensselaerwyck, 
1733- 

55- 

VOLCKERT JANSEN DOUW, -about 1681. 

Indian Commissioner, as Magistrate of Fort Orange, 1654. Lieu- 
tenant of a Foot Company at Rensselaerwyck, 1669. 
55, 73, 204. 

VOLCKERT PIETER DOUW, 1720-1801. 

Recorder of the City of Albany, 1750- 1760. Captain, 1755. Mem- 
ber of the Committee of Safety, 1775. Commissary, 1779. Mem- 
ber of Colonial Assembly, 1759-1768. Mayor of Albany, 1761- 
1770. Vice-President of the First Provincial Congress, 1775. 
Indian Commissioner, 1774. 
55- 92. 

JAMES DUANE, 1733-1797. 

Boundary Commissioner, 1768, 1784. Attorney-General. 1767-1768. 
Member of the Continental Congress, 1775-1784. Member of 
Committee of " One Hundred," 1775. Indian Commissioner, 
1774. Member New York Provincial Congress, iyy6-iyyy. 
S, 9. 20. 



127 

PHILIP Du BOIS, 1690- 

Lieutenant of Foot, Ulster County, 1738. 

JOSEPH DUDLEY, 1647-1720. 

Governor of Massachusetts Colony, 1702-1715. Agent to England 
for the Colony, 1682. President of the Governor's Council, Mas- 
sachusetts, 1686. Member of the Governor's Council, Province 
of Nev^ York, 1688. Chief- Justice of New York, 1691. 
165. 

THOMAS DUDLEY, 1576-1653. 

Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1634, 1640, 1645, 1650. 
Deputy-Governor, 1630-1633, 1637-1639, 1646-1649, 165 1, 1652. 
Assistant, 1635, 1636, 1641-1644. 
15, 69, 71, 113, 114, 138, 162, 165, 166, 279, 327, 

WILLIAM DUDLEY, -1701. 

Deputy from Saybrook to General Court of Connecticut, 1682-1687, 
I 689- I 695. 
67. 

JEREMIAH DUMMER, 1645-1718. 

Member of the Council of Safety of Massachusetts, 1689. 
196. 

RICHARD DUMMER, 1599-1679. 

Treasurer of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1636. Assistant, 
1635, 1636. Deputy to General Court from Newbury, 1640, 1645, 
1647. 
196. 

TIMOTHY DWIGHT, 1629-1718. 

Deputy from Dedham to General Court of Massachusetts, 1691- 
1692. Lieutenant, 1683. Captain of Foot in ten expeditions 
against the Indians. 
102. 



128 

TIMOTHY DWIGHT, 1694-1771. 

Judge of Probate and County Court of Hampshire, now Berkshire, 
Massachusetts, 1737-1741, 1748-1757. Captain of Company in 
the Old French War. Many years Deputy from Northampton 
to General Court of Massachusetts, after 1724. Colonel, 1741. 
102. 

RALPH EARLE, 1606-1678. 

Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 1650. Captain of a 
Troop of Horse. 
65, 203. 

WILLIAM EARL, 1640-1715. 

Deputy from Newport to General Court of Rhode Island and Pro- 
vince Plantations, 1693, 1704, 1706. 
203. 

NICHOLAS EASTON, 1593-1675. 

President of Providence Plantations, 1650, 1654. Governor of 
Rhode Island Colony, 1672, 1673. Deputy-Governor, 1666-1668, 
1670. Commissioner, 1660. Assistant, 1640, 1642-1645, 1653. 
Deputy from Newport to General Court, 1655, 1656. 
98, 220. 

PETER EASTON, 1622-1694. 

Commissioner in Rhode Island, 1660, 1661. Deputy from Newport 
to General Court, 1666, 1671-1675, 1680, 1681. General Treas- 
urer, 1672- 1677. Attorney-General, 1674- 1676. 
98, 220. 

THEOPHILUS EATON, 1591-1658. 

One of the Historic Founders of Connecticut. First Governor of 
the Colony of New Haven, 1638-1658. Named in Charter of 
Massachusetts Bay, 1629. 
316, 417- 

TIMOTHY EDWARDS, 1669-1758. 

Chaplain to the Colonial Forces of Connecticut, 171 1. Preached 
Election Sermons, 1708, 1732. 
43> 237. 



129 

SAMUEL EELLS, 1666-1753. 

Captain Second Train Band of Milford, 1699. Major New Haven 
Regiment, 1709. Colonel 2d Regiment Connecticut Militia, 1739. 
Speaker of General Court, 1706, 1708. Assistant, 1709- 1739. 
Judge of Superior Court, 1711-1739. Commissioner of Boun- 
daries, 1730. 
405- 

JEDEDIAH ELDERKIN, 1702-1794. 

Major, 1759. Lieutenant-Colonel Connecticut Regiment, 1774- 
Colonel, 1775. Deputy from Windham to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1751, i755-i758, 1761, 1765-1769, 1771, 1774, 1775, 
1776. Member of the Council of Safety, 1775, 1776. 
118, 224. 

JOHN ELIOT, 1604-1690. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, and called the "Apostle to 
the Indians." 
114. 

JOSEPH ELLICOTT, 1732-1780. 

High Sherilif of Buck's County, 1768, 1769. Member of the Pro- 
vincial Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1772, 1773. 
114, 314- 

DAVID ELLSWORTH, 1709- 1782. 

Captain of a Company of Connecticut Troops at the Siege of Louis- 
burg, 1745. 
62, 154. 

OLIVER ELLSWORTH, 1745-1807. 

Justice of Superior Court, Connecticut, 1774. Delegate to the Con- 
tinental Congress, 1777. 
62, 154, 167. 

COENRADT ELMENDORPH, 1669-1738. 

Captain, Ulster County Militia, 1693. Commissioned Captain by 
the Earl of Bellomont, 1700. 
5> 9' I3i> i45» 146, 247, 262, 332, 347, 402, 410. 



130 

JOHN ELY, 1737-1800. 

Captain Sixth Regiment Connecticut Troops, 1775. Colonel 
Fourth Battalion, 1777. ^ 

10, 12, 103, 141. 

EVAN EVANS, 1734-1794- 

Member of the Convention held in Philadelphia, 1776. 
270. 

JOHN EVANS, 1700- 1738. 

Member of Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1734- 1737. Justice of the 
Peace, 1737. 
270. 

PIERRE FAUCONNIER, 1660-1749. 

Receiver-General of Province of New York, 1705. 
53- 371- 

ROBERT FEAKE, -1668. 

Deputy from Watertown to General Court of Massachusetts, 1634, 
1635, 1636. Lieutenant Massachusetts Troops, 1632. 
79- 

ARTHUR FENNER, 1622-1703. 

Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners of Rhode Island, 1653, 
1655, 1659-1663. Assistant, 1657, 1665-1686, 1690. Deputy 
from Providence to the General Court, 1664, 1670, 1672, 1678, 
1679, 1692, 1699, 1700. 
379- 

PETER FIELD, 1640-1707. 

Member of House of Burgesses in Virginia, 1668. 
319- 

HENRY FILKIN, -1713. 

Member of the New York Assembly, 1693-1695. Lieutenant-Col- 
onel of Militia, 171 1. 
397. 398. 



131 

JAMES FITCH, 1622-1702. 

Preached Election Sermon before the General Court of Connecti- 
cut, 1674. Chaplain in King Philip's War. 
212, 333. 

JAMES FITCH, 1649-1727. 

In command of the Fort at New London, 1697. Assistant in Con- 
necticut Colony, 168 1- 1687, 1 689- 1 698, 1 700- 1 709. 
126. 

WILLIAM FITZHUGH, 1721-1798. 

Captain in the British Army, Gooch's Regiment. With Admiral 
Vernon in the attack upon Carthagena, 1741. Colonel in Mary- 
land, 1754, and was in command, under Gov. Sharpe, of all the 
forces of the Colonies against the French. 
122, 197. 

RICHARD FLOYD, 1665-1728. 

Lieutenant, 1700. Colonel of Sufifolk County Troops, 1709. High- 
Sherifif of Suffolk County, 1708-1710. 
4, 46, no, III, 117, 199, 238. 

RICHARD FLOYD, -1705. 

Lieutenant Company of Foot, Suffolk County, New York, 1700. 
14- 

WILLIAM FLOYD, 1734-1821. 

Member of First Continental Congress, 1774. Member of Second 
Continental Congress, 1775. Member of Senate, 1777-1783. 
Signer of Declaration of Independence, 1776. Member of Com- 
mittee of Safety, 1777, 1778. 
199, 238, 291. 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1706-1790. 

Founded Philadelphia Library, 1731. Founded American Philo- 
sophical Society, 1743. Founded University of Pennsylvania, 
1749. Representative to Colonial Congress, 1754. Signer of the 
Declaration of Independence, 1776. 
134- 



132 

EDMUND FREEMAN, about 1590-1682. 
Assistant in Plymouth Colony, 1640-1646. 

87, 300, 344. « 

EDMUND FREEMAN, 1620- 

Deputy from Sandwich to General Court of Massachusetts, 1669, 
1671, 1674, 1681. 
300. 

JOHN FREEMAN, 1622-1719. 

Deputy from Eastham to General Court of Plymouth, 1654, 1655, 
1656, 1659- 1664. Assistant, 1667- 1678, 1682-1686. Major, 1685. 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1692. 
87. 

PHILIP FRENCH, 1667-1707. 

Member New York Colonial Assembly, 1698, 1702-1704, 1705-1707. 
Speaker of the Assembly, 1698. Mayor of New York, 1702. 
48, 218. 

JOHN GALLUP, -1675. 

One of the six Captains from Connecticut in King Philip's War. 
10, 12, 73, 103, 127, 141, 211. 

LION GARDINER, 1599-1663. 

Lord of the Manor of Gardiner's Island. Lieutenant in Pequot 
War, 1 636- 1 639. 
34, 54, 78, 82, 115, 116, 142, 144, 147, 309. 

JOHN GARDNER, 1624-1706. 

Chief Military Officer and Captain of Foot Company of the Island 
of Nantucket, 1673. Chief-Magistrate, 1680, 1682, 1684. Judge 
of Probate, 1699. 
260. 

RICHARD GARDNER, -1689. 

Chief-Magistrate of Nantucket, 1673. 
231, 232, 301. 



133 

SAMUEL GARDNER, 1648-1723. 

Deputy from Salem to General Court of Massachusetts Colony, 
1681, 1682, 1685, 1694, 1697, 1698, 1701, 1703, 1705, 1707, 1710. 
203. 

THOMAS GARDNER, 1592-1674. 

One of the Historic Founders of Massachusetts Colony, 1630. 
Deputy to General Court, 1637. 
203, 231, 232, 301. 

WILLIAM GAYLORD, 1585-1673. 

Deputy from Windsor to General Court of Connecticut, 1639-1647, 
1 649- 1 662, 1664. 
394- 

ELBRIDGE GERRY, 1744-1814. 

Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 1776. Delegate to the 
Continental Congress, 1776- 1783. 
59. 

BENJAMIN GIBBS, -1677. 

Captain of Massachusetts Troops in King Philip's War, 1675, 1676. 
201. 

JONATHAN GILBERT, 1618-1682. 

Marshall of the Colony of Connecticut. 
411. 

NATHANIEL GILBERT, 1689-1756. 

Captain in Middletown, Connecticut, 1745. 
237- 

ALEXANDER LINDSAY GLEN, -1685. 

Magistrate at Fort Orange, 1654, ,1655, 1659, 1660. 
370, 374- 

JOHANNES ALEXANDER GLEN, 1648-1731. 
Captain of Foot Company of Schenectady, 1700. 
137, 204. 



134 

JOHN GLOVER, 1600-1653. 

Deputy from Dorchester to General Court of Massachusetts, 1637, 
1644-1647, 1650, Assistant, 1652, 1653. 
87. \ 

NATHAN GOLD, -1694. 

Chief Military Officer of Fairfield County, Connecticut, 1672. One 
of the Corporators named by Royal Charter of 1662. Assistant, 
Connecticut Colony, 1657, 1659- 1667, 1668, 1687, 1689- 1694. 
126. 

NATHAN GOLD, 1663-1723. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Connecticut, 1708- 1723. Chief-Justice of 
the Supreme Court, 1711-1723. 
77^ 403. 

DAVID GOODRICH, 1667-1755. 

Deputy from Wethersfield to the Colonial Assembly of Connec- 
ticut, 1 7 16- 1739. Member of the Governor's Council, 1724- 1729. 
Adjutant and Quartermaster, 1710. Captain, 1715. Colonel 
Hartford Forces, 1725. 
10, 12, 103, 141, 167. 

DANIEL GOOKIN, 1612-1687. 

Captain of Massachusetts Troops, 1644. Deputy from Cambridge 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1649, 1651. Speaker of 
House, 1651. Assistant, 1652-1675, 1677-1686. Major, 1676. 
Major-General, 168 1. 
62, 268. 

SAMUEL GOOKIN, 1652-1730. 

Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1692. Marshal-General and High- 
Sherifif, 1691-1715, 1717-1729. 
62, 268. 

JOHN GORHAM, 1621-1676. 

Captain of Plymouth Colony Troops at Fort Narragansett, 1675. 
231, 232, 263, 301, 313, 376. 



135 

JOHN GORHAM, 1652-1716. 

Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1690. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1709. 
Deputy from Barnstable to General Court of Plymouth Colony 
and Massachusetts, 1688-1690, 1692-1694. 
231, 232. 

SAMUEL GORTON, 1592-1677. 

One of the Twelve Purchasers of Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642. 
Commissioner to England, 1644. Assistant, 1649. Named in 
Royal Charter of 1663. Deputy, from Warwick, to General Court 
1664, 1665, 1666, 1670. Commissioner to the Court of Commis- 
sioners, 1651, 1652, 1655-1660, 1662, 1663. 
212, 246, 386. 

JAMES GRAHAM, -1701. 

Attorney-General Province of New York, 1685-1687, 1691-1701. 
Receiver-General, 1687. Member of Governor's Council, 1685, 
1687-1688, 1699-1700. Member of Colonial Assembly, 1691-1693, 
1695-1701. Recorder of New York City, 1683-1701. 
31, 51, 139, 149, 181, 206. 

NOAH GRANT, 1718-1756. 

Lieutenant in Capt. Rodgers' Scouts at Lake George, 1755. Cap- 
tain 7th Company of the 2d Connecticut Regiment, 1756. 
140. 

WILLIAM GREEN, -1722. 

Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 
1714-1721. 

239- 

JOHN GREENE, 1620-1708. 

Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners of Rhode Island, 
1652-1663. General Recorder, 1652, 1653, 1654. Attorney-Gen- 
eral, 1657-1660. Deputy from Warwick, 1664. 1674, 1675, 1677, 
1680. Assistant, 1660-1690. Major for the Main, 1683-1686, 
1690, 1691, 1696. Deputy Governor, 1690-1700. One of the 
Council of Governor Sir Edmund Andros, 1686. One of those 
named in the Royal Charter granted by King Charles Second, 
1663. 
320. 



136 

STEPHEN GREENLEAF, 1628-1690. 

Deputy from Boston to General Court of Massachusetts, 1676- 1686. 
Ensig-n, 1670. Lieutenant, 1685. Captain, 1686. 
62, 268. ^ 

STEPHEN GREENLEAF, 1652-1743. 

Lieutenant, Massachusetts Troops, 1685. Captain in Expedition 
against Canada, 1690. 
62, 74, 268. 

WILLIAM GREENLEAF, 1725- 1803. 

Member of Committee of Correspondence, Massachusetts, 1772. 
62, 258. 



THOMAS GREGSON, -1647. 

Magistrate New Haven Colony, 1643, 1646. Commissioner to the 
United Colonies, 1643, 1644. Treasurer New Haven Colony, 
1641. 

EDWARD GRISWOLD, 1607-1691. 

Deputy from Killingworth to General Court of Connecticut, 1656, 
1658-1663, 1667-1689. 
10, 12, 67, 103, 126, 128, 132, 133, 141, 152, 167, 200. 

FRANCIS GRISWOLD, 1635-1671. 

Representative from Norwich to General Court of Connecticut, 
1661-1671. Lieutenant, 1666. 
152, 200. 

JOHN GRISWOLD, 1652-1717. 

Deputy from Killingworth to General Court of Connecticut, 1690- 
1699, 1701-1704, 1707-1709, 1710, 171 1, 1712-1715, 1716. Captain 
of Train Band, 1712. 
128, 132, 133. 



137 

MATTHEW GRISWOLD, 1714-1799. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1784- 1786. Lieutenant-Governor, 1769- 
1775, 1784. Chief-Justice, 1769. Judge of the Superior Court 
of Connecticut, 1766, 1767, 1768. Chief-Justice Superior Court 
of Connecticut, 1769- 1775. Member of the Governor's Council, 
1 759- 1 784. Major Regiment of Horse and Foot, 1765. Member 
of the Council of Safety, 1775. 
55,113,219. 

STEPHEN GROESBECK, -1744. 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Province of New York, 1728-1734, 
1739-1746. 
3- 

JAMES HABERSHAM, 1712-1775. 

Secretary of the Province of Georgia, 1754. President of the Upper 
House of the Assembly, 1767. 
194. 

ASAHEL HALL, 1717-1795. 

Captain of Wallingford, Connecticut, Train Band, 1764. 
278. 

HUGH HALL, 1693-1773. 

One of His Majesty's Judges for Sufifolk County, Massachusetts, 
1731, 1732. 
201. 

JOSEPH HALLETT, 1731-1799. 

Deputy to Provincial Congress, 1775, 1776. Member of the New 
York Committee of " One Hundred," 1775. 
199, 238. 

WILLIAM HALLET, 1647-1729. 

Captain of Foot Company at Newtown, Long Island. 
100, 199, 238. 



138 

GILES HAMLIN, 1622-1689. 

Deputy from Middletown to General Court of Connecticut, 1666- 
1668, 1670, 1671, 1673-1675, 1678-1684. Assistant, 1667, 1685- 
1687, 1689, 1690. ^ 

186, 363. ^ 

JABEZ HAMLIN, 1709-1791. 

Deputy from Middletown to General Court of Connecticut, 1731- 
1758, 1 766- 1 773. Speaker of the House, 1770- 1772. Assistant, 
1 758- 1 766, 1 773- 1 785. Judge of County Court, 1754- 1785. 
196, 363- 

JOHN HAMLIN, 1658-1733. 

Assistant, Colony of Connecticut, 1694- 1730. Judge of County 
Court, 1715, 1716. Judge of Superior Court, 1716-1722. 
363- 

DANIEL HAND, 1732-1816. 

Captain of Company of Connecticut Troops, 1773. 
128, 132, 133. 

PIETER HARING, 1664-1732. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly for Orange County, 1701- 
1702, 1709, 1 716- 1 726. Presiding Judge of Court of Common 
Pleas, 1717-1727. 
5, 9, 20, no. 

JOHN HARRIS, -1800. 

Member of Cumberland Committee of Safety, 1775, 1776. 

319- 

THOMAS HARRIS, 1583- 

Member of the House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1623-1624, 1639, 1647. 
Member of the Virginia Company, 1609. 
319- 

WILLIAM HARRIS, -1678. 

Member of the House of Burgesses, Virginia, 1652, 1653, 1656, 1657, 
1658. Major of Regiment of Henrico and Charles City, 1656. 
Justice of Henrico. 
319- 



139 

RICHARD HARTSHORNE, 1641-1722. 

One of the Commissioners appointed to lay out West Jersey, 1676. 
High-Sheriff of Monmouth County, 1683. Deputy to General 
Court of East Jersey, from Middletown, 1683, 1686, 1687, 1692- 
1699. Speaker of House of Deputies, 1686, 1688, 1692, 1695. 
Member of Governor's Council, 1684, 1698, 1699. Member to 
General Assembly of New Jersey, 1703- 1704. 
401. 

THOMAS HART, 1643-1726. 

Deputy from Farmington to General Court of Connecticut, 1690- 
1711. Speaker of the General Court, 1700, 1704- 1707, 1709. 
Captain, 1699. 
297. 

JACOB HASBROUCK, 1728-1806. 

Deputy from Ulster County to the Provincial Congress of New 
York, 1775. Captain, 3d Regiment, Ulster County, 1775. 

TIMOTHY HATCH, 1695-1766. 

Captain of a Connecticut Train Band, 1740. 
222. 

WILLIAM HATHORNE, 1607-1681. 

Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1645. Major, 1655. Deputv from 
Salem to General Court of Massachusetts, 1635-1647, 1648-1653, 
1654, 1657-1662. Assistant, 1662-1679. Speaker, 1644-1646,' 
1648, 1650, 1657, 1661. Captain in King Philip's War 
188. 

ANTHONY HAWKINS, -1674. 

One of the Corporators named in the Royal Charter of Connecticut, 
1662. Deputy from Farmington to General Court of Connecti- 
cut, 1659, 1658, 1660-1668. Assistant, 1668-1673. 
165, 166. 

JOSEPH HAWLEY, 1603-1690. 

Deputy from Stratford to General Court of Connecticut, 1658, 1661, 
1665-1671, 1673-1675, 1677, 1678, 1681-1685, 1687. 
62, 260. 



140 

JOHN HAYNES, 1594-1654. 

Governor of Massachusetts Colony, 1635. Assistant, 1634, 1636. 
Presided over General Court of Connecticut, 1637. First Gov- 
ernor, 1639, 1641, 1643, 1645, 1647, 1649, 1651, 1653. Deputy- 
Governor, 1640, 1644, 1646, 1650, 1652. Magistrate, 1642, 1648. 

15, 71, 74, 87, 113, 138, 267. 

ROBERT HAZARD, 1689-1762. 

Deputy from South Kingstown to General Court of Rhode Island, 
1734-1737. 1738, 1739- 
65- 

THOMAS HAZARD, 1610-1680. 

One of the Founders of Newport, Rhode Island, 1639. 
199, 238. 

RICHARD HEARD, 1720-1792. 

Member for Middlesex County, Massachusetts, to Provincial Con- 
gress, 1774. Lieutenant of a Troop of Horse, 1762. 
123. 

JOHN HICKS, -1672. 

Member of Provincial Conventions, Nieuw Amsterdam, 1653, 1665. 
78. 

THOMAS HICKS, 1642-1717. 

High-Sherifif of Queens County, Province of New York, 1685- 
1703. Captain of Provincial Troops, 1686. Member of the As- 
sembly, 1701, 1702. 
38, 78. 

EDWARD HILL, 1638-1700. 

Member of Governor's Council, Virginia, 1688. Speaker and 
Treasurer, 1691. Admiralty Judge for Virginia and North Caro- 
lina, 1697. Colonel and Commander-in-Chief of Charles City 
and Surrey Counties. 
129. 



141 

WILLIAM HILLHOUSE, 1728-1816. 

Quartermaster of a Troop of Horse, Connecticut, 1750. Major, 
1776. Chief Judge of Court of Common Pleas for New London 
County, 1767, for forty years. Member of Council of Safety, 
1776, 1777. Member of Continental Congress, 1783. Member 
of Assembly, 1754, for fifty years. 
210, 212, 333. 

MARTINUS HOFFMAN, 1706-1772. 

Colonel of Militia in Dutchess County, New York, 1756-1758. 
185, 294. 

NICHOLAS HOFFMAN, 1680-1750. 

Captain Foot Company of Militia, Ulster County, New York, 171 5. 
185. 

RANDALL HOLDEN, 1612-1692. 

One of the twelve purchasers of Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642. 
One of the purchasers of the Narrangansett Country, later called 
" The King of Province," 1659. Commissioner to the Court of 
Commissioners, 1652, 1654- 1660, 1662, 1663. Deputy from War- 
wick, 1666, 1667, 1669, 1670-1673, 1675, 1680, 1686, 1691. 
Assistant, 1647, 1653- 1659, 1664, 1665, 1676. One of those 
named in the Royal Charter granted by King Charles Second, 
1663. 
210, 212, 386. 

VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH, -1710. 

Member of Assembly in Delaware, 1682, 1683, 1687-1689, 1695-1700. 
Justice of Court of Common Pleas, 1695. 
270. 

JOHN HOLLISTER, 1612-1665. 

Deputy from Wethersfield to General Court of Connecticut, 1644, 
1645, 1646, 1650, 1653, 1654-1662, except one year. Lieutenant, 

1657- 

62, 98, 289. 



142 

OBADIAH HOLMES, 1607-1682. 

Commissioner from Newport to the Court of Commissioners, 

1656, 1658. 

386. ^ 

EDWARD HOLYOKE, -1660. 

Deputy from Lynn to General Court of Massachusetts, 1639-1644, 
1647, 1648; deputy from Springfield, 1650. 
74, 154, 162. 

ELIZUR HOLYOKE, -1676. 

Deputy from Springfield to General Court of Massachusetts, 1647- 
1661, 1667-1670, 1675. Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1675. 
74- 

JOHN HOOKER, 1664-1734. 

Deputy from Farmington to General Court of Connecticut, 1699, 
1700, 1704-1707, 1709, 1713-1717, 1718-1721, 1722, 1723. Speaker, 
1704, 1705, 1718, 1720. Assistant, 1723-1734. Judge of Supreme 
Court, 1 723- 1 73 1. 
282. 

SAMUEL HOOKER, 1635-1697. 

Fellow of Harvard College, 1654- 1656. Preacher of Election Ser- 
mons, before Connecticut General Court, 1677, 1693. 
186, 282. 

THOMAS HOOKER, 1586-1647. 

One of the four recognized founders of the Connecticut Colony. 
43, 44, 102, 186, 199, 238. 

EDWARD HOWELL, 1584-1653. 

Magistrate of Connecticut Colony, 1647-1653. 
115, 116, 203, 406. 

JOHN HOWELL, 1624-1696. 

Represented the Town of Southampton, L. L, in Connecticut, 1663, 
1664. Deputy to the Convention, 1664. Major under John 
Winthrop at Southhold, 1673, 1674. 
115, 116, 203. 



14:3 

■ 

SAMUEL HOWELL, 1728-1809. 

Member of Council of Safety of Pennsylvania, 1775, 1776. Member 
of the Common Council of Philadelphia, 1774. 
2. 

JOHN HOWLAND, 1592-1672. 

A Historic Founder of Plymouth Plantation. Assistant, Plymouth 
Colony, 1633-1636. Deputy to the General Court, 1644, 1645, 
1646, 1648-1663, 1666, 1667, 1670. 
138, 231, 232, 243, 301, 384, 408, 413. 

JONATHAN HOYT, 1683-1768. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1724-1757, 1760-1768. 
Captain Connecticut Troops, 1723. Colonel, 1739. 
261. 

WALTER HOYT, 1618-1698. 

Deputy from Norwalk to the General Court of Connecticut, 1658, 
1659, 1661, 1667, 1668, 1670, 1671, 1673, 1674, 1676, 1678, 1681. 
169, 287. 

WILLIAM HUBBARD, 1595-1670. 

Deputy from Ispwich to General Court of Massachusetts, 1638, 1639, 
1643-1647, 1656-1660. 
219. 

JABEZ HUNTINGTON, 1691-1752. 

Deputy from Windham to the General Court of Connecticut, 1726- 
1748. Deputy from Norwich, 1749, 1750. Colonel, 1739. 
74- 

JABEZ HUNTINGTON, 1719-1786. 

Member of the Committee of Safety of Connecticut, 1775. Ap- 
pointed one of the two Major-Generals of Connecticut, 1776. 

74- 

JOSHUA HUNTINGTON, 1698- 1743. 

Captain of Norwich, Connecticut, Troops, 1745. 
74- 



144 

CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY, 1599-1686. 

Deputy from Hampton to General Court of Massachusetts, 1658- 
166 1. One of the Corporators named in the Royal Charter of 
New Hampshire, 1679. Member of Governor's Council of New 
Hampshire, 1679-1686. 
231, 21:1. 

DANIEL HYDE, 1694-1770. 

Captain of Third Company of Militia at Norwich, Connecticut, 1746. 
370. 

RICHARD INGOLDSBY, -1719. 

Acting Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Province of New 
York, 1691. Colonel, 1696. Lieutenant-Governor, 1709. 
155- 

EDWARD JACKSON, 1605-1681. 

Deputy from Cambridge to General Court of Massachusetts, 1647- 
1654, 1656, 1661, 1662, 1665, 1668, 1675, 1676. 
258. 

JOHN JACKSON, -1725. 

Captain of Albany Troops, 1687. Captain Queens County Troops, 
1691. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1699. Colonel, 1700. Member of 
Assembly, 1693-1715. High-Sheriff of Queens County, 1691. 
54, no. 

MICHAEL JACKSON, 1708-1789. 

Adjutant in Colonel Vincent Matthews' Regiment of Foot Militia, 
Orange County, 1738. Cornet Company of Horse, 1738. 
179. 

ROBERT JACKSON, -1686. 

One of the Delegates to the Hempstead Convention of 1665. 

54- 

WILLIAM JACKSON, 1745-1824. 

Captain Second Company Orange County Troops, 1775. Member 

of Committee of Safety for Hanover Precinct, 1775. 
. 179- 



145 

JOHANNES JANSEN, 1660- 

Member of the New York Assembly, 1709-1711, 1716-1726. 
Mayor of New York, 1725. 
67. 

JOHN JAY, 1745-1829. 

Member of First Continental Congress, 1774. Member of Conti- 
nental Congress, 1775, 1778. Delegate to the New York Provin- 
cial Congress, 1776. Member of Committee of One Hundred, 
1775. Member of Committee for framing Constitution, 1777. 
Member of the Council of Safety, 1777. Chief- Justice, State of 
'New York, 1777. President of Congress, 1778. 
48. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, 1678-1731. 

Justice of Peace, 1706. High-Sheriff of Henrico County, Virginia, 
1718, 1719. 
319- 

MINNE JOHANNES, 1664- 

High-Sheriff of Orange County, New York, 1685. 
328. 

EDWARD JOHNSON, 1599-1672. 

One of the Founders of Massachusetts Colony, 1639. Deputy to 
General Court of Massachusetts Colony, 1643-1671, excepting 
1648. Speaker, 1655. Captain of Provincial Troops. 
69, 127. 

SAMUEL JOHNSON, 1696-1772. 

First President of King's College, New York City, 1754- 1763. 

44- 

WILLIAM SAMUEL JOHNSON, 1727-1819. 

Judge Superior Court, Connecticut, 1772. Member of Governor's 
Council for Connecticut, 1782. 
8, 117. 



146 

JOHN JOHNSTONE, 1661-1732. 

Member of the Provincial Assembly of East Jersey, 1709, 1710, 
1720-1733. Speaker of the Assembly of East Jersey, 1720, 1733. 
Mayor of New York, 1714-1719. Member of the Governor's 
Council in East Jersey, 1686- 1688. Commissioner of Boundaries, 
Nev^ York and New Jersey, 1719, 1720. 
10. 

DAVID JONES, 1699-1775. 

Member of Colonial Assembly of New York, 1737-1758, 1761-1768. 
Speaker of the Assembly, 1745, 1750, 175 1, 1752, 1758. Boundary 
Commissioner, 1753. Justice Supreme Court, 1758. 
46, no, III. 

THOMAS JONES, 1665-1713. 

Captain of Militia in Queens County, 1702. Major of Militia in 
Queens County, 1707. High-Sheriflf of Queens County, 1704. 
5, 9, 20, 54, 78, 91, 94, no, 227. 

JAMES JUDSON, 1650-1721. 

Captain of Troops, Simsbury, Connecticut, 1698. 
12, 141. 

JOHN KANE, 1734-1808. 

Member of Second New York Provincial Congress, 1775- 1776. 
67, 120. 

JOSEPH KELLOGG, 1627-1707. 

Ensign Massachusetts Troops in Hadley, 1678. Lieutenant, 1678. 
223. 

DANIEL KETTELHUYN, 1674- about 1717. 

Lieutenant New York Provincial Troops in Expedition against 
Canada, 1709. 
298, 391. 

JOHN KEYES, 1745-1824. 

Second Lieutenant of Third Connecticut Regiment, 1775. Captain, 
1775. Major of the Third Brigade, and Adjutant-General of the 
State of Connecticut. 
118, 119. 



147 

EBENEZER KINGSBURY, 1716- 

Captain of Troops of Coventry, Connecticut, 1756. Deputy from 
Coventry to General Court of the Province, 1754, 1755, 1758, 
1759, 1764, 1766, 1767, 1769, 1 77 1- 1 775. 
381. 

EDWARD KINNICUT, 1715-1754. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of Rhode Island Troops in Expedition against 
Louisburg, 1745. Assistant, Province of Rhode Island, 1749. 
65- 

BENJAMIN KISSAM, 1728-1782. • 

Member of the First and Second Provincial Congresses, 1775, 1776. 
Member Committee of One Hundred, 1775. 

251- 

SAMUEL KNOWLES, 1651-1737. 

Representative for Eastham to General Court of Massachusetts, 
1 697- 1 720. 
87. 

JACOB KOLLOCK, 1683-1771. 

Member of Assembly for Newcastle, Kent and Sussex Counties, 
Delaware. Speaker of the House, 1759- 1765. Justice of the 
Peace, 1726-1764. Presiding Judge Sussex County Court, 1771. 
Lieutenant First Regiment of Provincial Troops, Pennsylvania; 
1746. Colonel, 1756. 
Z7, 38, 47, 78. 

HENDRICK HENDRICKSEN KIP, 1576- 

Appointed one of the " Nine Men," 1647, 1649, 1650. 
16, 155, 370. 

JAMES LANDON, about 1722-1785. 

Captain Second Company of Militia of the Town of Salisbury, Con- 
necticut, 1 752- 1 770. 
31- 



148 

JACOB LANSING, Jr., 1714-1791- 

Member of Committee of Safety, New York, 1775. Colonel 
Albany County Troops, 1775 
204. \ 

JOHN LAWRENCE, 1659-1729. 

Captain, 1689. High-Sherifif of Queens County, 1691, 1698. 
4, 81, 83. 

JONATHAN LAWRENCE, 1737-1812. 

Captain, 1772. Major, 1775. Delegate from Queens County to 
the First, Third and Fourth Provincial Congresses. 
4, 81, 83. 

THOMAS LAWRENCE, 1625-1703. 

Captain, 1665. As Major, commanded all forces of Queens County, 
1689. Raised troops for the defence of Albany against the 
French, 1690. 
4, 60, 61, 81, 83. 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE, 1623-1680. 

Captain, 1655. Commanded the Flushing Foot Company at the 
Surrender of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1673. 
48, 70, 83, 96, 209, 214, 288. 

JOHN LEDYARD, 1700-1771. 

Deputy for Groton to the General Court of Connecticut, 1742-1749. 
Deputy for Hartford, 1753-1762. 

52. 

WILLIAM LEETE, 1616-1683. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1676-1682. Deputy-Governor Connecti- 
cut, 1669-1675. Governor of New Haven Colony, 1661-1664. 
Deputy-Governor New Haven Colony, 1658- 1660. Magistrate 
New Haven Colony, 1653- 1658. Commissioner to the United 
Colonies, 1655-1665, 1667. 1668, 1672, 1673, 1678. 
12, 113, 114, 199, 207, 238. 364. 

THOMAS LEFFINGWELL, 1622-1714. 

Ensign Connecticut Troops, 1657. Deputy from Norwich to Gen- 
eral Court of Connecticut, 1662-1710. 
219, 258. 



149 

JACOB LEISLER, -1691. 

One of Colonel Bayard's Six Captains, 1689. Assumed the title 
of Lieutenant-Governor, 1689. Commander-in-Chief, 1689, 1691, 
but Attainder subsequently reversed by Parliament, 1695. 
42, 67. 

THOMAS LEONARD, 1640-1713. 

Deputy to General Court of Plymouth, 1680-1686, 1689, 1690. 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1702-1713. Captain of 
Plymouth Forces, 1690. Major of Bristol County Forces. 
127. 

JOHN LEVERETT, 1616-1679. 

Governor of Massachusetts, 1673- 1679. Deputy from Boston to the 
General Court, 1651-1653. Agent for the Colony in England, 
1655. Speaker, 1663, 1664. Assistant, 1665-1671. Commis- 
sioner to the United Colonies, 1668, 1669. 
113- 

FRANCIS LEWIS, 1713-1803. 

Member of Colonial Congress, 1765. Member of Provincial Con- 
vention, 1775. Member of Committee of One Hundred, 1775. 
Member of Continental Congress, 1776. Signer of Declaration 
of Independence, 1776. Member of Provincial Congress, 1776- 
1777. 
24, 93- 

MORGAN LEWIS, 1754- 1844. 

Major, 2d New York Regiment, 1774. 
24. 

WILLIAM LEWIS, -1683. 

Deputy from Hadley to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 1662; 
deputy from Northampton, 1664. 
219. 

WILLIAM LEWIS, -1690. 

Lieutenant Connecticut Troops, 165 1. Deputy to General Court, 
1 680- 1 690. Captain of Farmington Train Band, 1674. 
219, 223. 



150 

LEONARD LISPENARD, 1715-1790. 

Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1759- 1708. Boundary 
Commissioner, 1764. Member of First Colonial Conference, 1765. 
149. 

GILBERT LIVINGSTON, 1689-1746. 

Member of the Assembly for the Manor, 1728- 1737. 
2, 31, 67, 120, 124, 289. 

HENRY LIVINGSTON, 1714-1791. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1759-1768. 
289. 

PETER R. LIVINGSTON, 1737-1794. 

Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1761-1769. Presi- 
dent of the Provincial Congress, 1776. Member of the Provin- 
cial Congress, 1775, 1776, 1777. Colonel Militia, Manor of Liv- 
ingston, 1778. 
57, 58, 136, 161. 

PETER VAN BRUGH LIVINGSTON, 1710-1793. 

First President of Provincial Congress, 1775. Treasurer of the 
New York Provincial Congress, 1776. Member of Committee of 
One Hundred, 1775. 
42. 

PHILIP LIVINGSTON, 1686-1749. 

Second Lord of the Manor of Livingston. Secretary of Indian Af- 
fairs, 1722, 1723, 1727, 1728, 1730. Commissioner of Indian Af- 
fairs, 1720-1743. Deputy Secretary, 1710, 171 1, 1715, 1720. 
Member of the Governor's Council, 1725- 1749. Speaker of the 
Council, 1725, 1750. Commissioner for New York to treat with 
Massachusetts and Connecticut, as to the war against the Indians, 
in 1737. President of the Boundary Commission between New 
Hampshire and Massachusetts, 1737. Commissioner on Boun- 
daries between Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1740. 
I. 3' 5. 7, 9- T3, 20, 36, 38, 42, 47, 48, 56, 57, 58, 79, 80, 136, 161, 
185, 218, 292. 



151 

m 

PHILIP LIVINGSTON, 1716-1778. 

Member of Provincial Assembly for City of New York, 1759, 1769, 
Speaker, 1768. Member of Continental Congress, 1774. Presi- 
dent of Provincial Convention, 1775. Delegate to Provincial 
Assembly, 1776. Member of Continental Congress, 1775- 1777. 
Signer of Declaration of Independence, 1776. 
I, 3, 7, 30, 80. 

ROBERT LIVINGSTON, 1654-1728. 

First Lord of the Manor of Livingston. Member of the New York 
Colonial Assembly, 1709-1714, 1716-1725. Speaker of the As- 
sembly, 1718-1725. Secretary of Indian Affairs. 1675-1695, 1696- 
1702, 1704-1711. Commissioner to Connecticut, 1689. Commis- 
sioner to Massachusetts, 1689. Member of the Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1698-1701. Captain, 1693. Colonel, 1710. 
I, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 13, 20, 24, 31, 36, s7, 38, 42, 47, 48, 56, 57, 58, 

67. 72, 73> 78, 79. 80, 92, 120, 124, 136, 161, 185, 218, 250, 266, 

289, 295, 315. 329, 336, 419. 

ROBERT LIVINGSTON, 1710-1790. 

Third Lord of the Manor. Member of the New York Colonial As- 
sembly, 1737-1758. 
5. 9> 38. 47. 56, 57. 58, 79. 136, 161, 185. 

ROBERT LIVINGSTON, Jr., -1725. 

Mayor of Albany, 1710-1719. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 
1715, 1719, 1720, 1724. Member of the Colonial Assembly, 171 1- 
1714. Recorder of Albany, 1710. 
13. 24, 36, 57. 58, 136, 142, 144. 239, 250, 251. 

ROBERT GILBERT LIVINGSTON, 1713-1789. 

Member of New York Provincial Congress, 1775- 1776. 
67, 120. 

ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON, 1718-1775. 

Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1759- 1768. Justice 
of the Supreme Court, 1763. Boundary Commission, 1764, 1767. 
24. 



152 

WILLIAM LIVINGSTON, 1723-1790. 

Governor of New Jersey, 1776, 1778, 1782, 1783. Commissioner of 
Boundaries, 1754- 1764. On the Committee of Correspond- 
ence, New Jersey, 1774. Delegate for New Jersey to Continental 
Congress, 1775, 1776. Commander-in-Chief of New Jersey 
Militia, 1775. 
48, 218. 

JONATHAN LOCKWOOD, 1634-1688. 

Deputy from Greenwich to General Court of Connecticut, 1671, 
1673, 1674, 1676-1681, 1683. Commissioner of Boundaries, New 
York and Connecticut, 1674. 
265. 

GOVERT LOOCKERMANS, 1603-1670. 

One of the " Nine Men," 1647, 1649, 1650. Indian Commissioner, 
1663. Lieutenant in Foot Company, 1670. 
48, 117, 139. 



JOHN LOOMIS, i622-i( 

Deputy from Windsor to General Court of Connecticut, 1666, 1667, 
1675- 1687. 
126. 

RICHARD LORD, 1611-1662. 

Captain of First Troop of Horse in Connecticut, 1657. Corporator 
under Royal Charter of Connecticut, 1662. 
74, 87. 

RICHARD LORD, 1636-1685. 

Deputy from Hartford to General Court of Connecticut. 1669- 1677, 
1681, 1682. Member of Special Superior Court, 1675. 
87- 

RICHARD LORD, 1669-1711. 

Treasurer of the Connecticut Colony. 171 1, 1712. Lieutenant of a 
Troop of Horse, 1700. 
87. 



153 

JOHN LOTHROP, 1584-1653. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colonies, prior to 1675. 
74, 152, 370. 

SIMON LOTHROP, 1689-1774. 

Lieutenant-Colonel in Connecticut Regiment at the Reduction of 
Louisburg, 1744- 1746. 
113, 258, 267. 

THOMAS LOTHROP, 1621-1707. 

Lieutenant Plymouth Troops, 1668. Deputy from Barnstable to 
General Court of Plymouth, 1673- 1676. Commissioner of War, 

1675- 
223. 

FREDERICK LUBBERTSON, 1609-1680. 

One of the "Twelve Men," 1641. Member of the Representative 
Conventions, 1653, ^^^3^ 1665. 
114. 

GABRIEL LUDLOW, 



Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1739-1745. 
206. 

ROGER LUDLOW, 1590- 

Assistant in Massachusetts, 1630- 1634. First Deputy-Governor of 
the Colony of Connecticut, 1639, 1642, 1648. Magistrate of Con- 
necticut, 1640, 1641, 1643, 1644-1647, 1649-1653. Commissioner 
of the United Colonies, 165 1, 1652, 1653. 
43- 

JOHN LUKENS, 1720-1789. 

Surveyor-General of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1761-1776. 
270. 

THOMAS MACY, 1608-1682. 

Chief-Magistrate of the Island of Nantucket, 1677. 
231, 232, 260. 



154 

EBENEZER MARSH, 1701-1773. 

Delegate to General Court Connecticut, 1740-1771, for 49 sessions. 
Judge of County Court, 1751-1772. Judge of Probate Court, 
1742-1772. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1754. Colonel, 1757. 
126. 

JOHN MARSH, 1668-1744. 

Captain Connecticut Troops, 1722. Deputy to General Court, 1693, 
1694, 1713, 1715, 1716, 1730-1744. 
328. 

REINOLD MARVIN, 1634- 1676. 

Representative to the General Court of Connecticut from Lyme, 
1670, 1 672- 1 676. 

135. 195- 

GEORGE MASON, 1600- 1688. 

County- Lieutenant of Stafford County, Virginia, 1675. Repre- 
sentative to Assembly, 1676. 
164. 

HUGH MASON, 1605-1678. 

Lieutenant of Massachusetts Troops, 1649. Captain, 1652. Deputy 
to the General Court, 1644, 1645, 1660, 1661, 1664, 1674, 1675, 
1676, 1677. 
123. 

JOHN MA^SON, 1600-1672. 

Major in Chief Command of Connecticut Forces in the Pequot War, 
1637. Corporator named in Royal Charter of 1662. Assistant 
in Connecticut, 1642-1659, 1669-1672. Deputy-Governor of Con- 
necticut, 1660- 1669. Commissioner of the United Colonies, 1647. 
1654-1658, 1661. 
65, 210, 212, 260, 324, 333. 

JOSEPH MASON, 1688-1755. 

Deputy to General Court, Massachusetts, 1733. 1734, 1735. 
123. 

ATHERTON MATHER, 1663-1734. 

Deputy to General Court, Massachusetts. 1712. 1713. 1715. 1716. 
200, 258. 



155 

ANDREW McDowell, — 

Captain Second Battalion Pennsylvania Troops, 1759. 
270. 

HENDRICK MESICK, 1714-1809. 

Captain of Troops in the Manor of Livingston, 1764. 
290. 

JANNA MEIGS, 1672-1739. 

Captain of Train Band at East Milford, Connecticut, 1717. Deputy 
to the General Court from Guilford, 1716, 1717, 1725, 1726. 
132, 133- 

JOSIAH MEIGS, 1701-1774. 

Ensign Company in East Guilford, 1741. Lieutenant, 1743. Cap- 
tain of Sixth Company, Seventh Connecticut Regiment, 1747. 
128, 132, 133. 

CORNELIS MELYN, 1602-1674. 

Patroon of Staten Island. President of the Council of " Eight 
Men," 1643. 
2, 67, 120, 239, 355. 

JACOB MELYN, 1640-1706. 

Treasurer of the Province of East Jersey, 1668. Deputy to Pro- 
vincial Assembly, 1668- 1673. Captain Provincial Troops, 1668. 
239- 

NATHANIEL MERRIMAN, 1613-1694. 

Captain in Wallingford, 1675. Captain of Connecticut Dragoons, 
1691-1692. Deputy to General Court, 1674, 1678, 1679, 1680, 
1681, 1683, 1685. 
219. 

BURNET MILLER, 1719-1784. 

Member of New York Provincial Assembly, 1777- 1783. 
5- 230. 

ELEAZER MILLER, 1697-1788. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1746-1769. Member of 
New York Assembly, 1777. Member of Committee of " One 
Hundred," 1776. 
5, 9, 146, 230. 413. 



156 

JOHN MINOR, 1635-1719. 

Deputy from Woodbury to the General Court of Connecticut, 1675- 
1695. Captain of Troops. 
154- ^ 

THOMAS MINOR, 1607-1690. 

Deputy from Stonington to General Court of Connecticut, 1651, 
1665, 1670, 1672, 1679, 1680- 1682, 1689. Captain, 1678. Com- 
missioner for Stonington, 1678- 168 1. 
223. 

LEWIS MORRIS, 1671-1746. 

Governor of New Jersey, 1738- 1746. Member of Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1721-1729. Judge and Chief-Justice of the Province of New 
Jersey, 1733. Judge of Supreme Court of New York, 171 1. 
Chief-Justice, I7i5-i733- 
II, 31, 51, 63, 139, 149, 181, 198, 206, 269, 286, 337. 

LEWIS MORRIS, 1698-1762. 

of New York Colonial Assembly, 1732-1745, 1747-1749. Speaker 
of Assembly, 1738. Judge of Court of Admiralty, 1738-1762. 
Boundary Commissioner, 1723- 1725. 
31, 139, 181, 206. 

LEWIS MORRIS, 1726-1798. 

Signer of Declaration of Independence. Member of Continental 
Congress, 1775. Judge of Court of Admiralty, 1760- 1776. 
Deputy to Provincial Convention. 1776, 1777. Brigadier-General 
Westchester Troops, 1776. Member of State Senate, 1778-1781. 
31, 139, 149. 

RICHARD MORRIS, 1730-1810. 

Judge of Admiralty, New York, 1762. Senator, New York, 1778- 
1780. Chief- Justice New York State, 1779. 
206. 

ROBERT MORRIS, 1734-1806. 

Signer of the Declaration of Independence. Member of Assembly, 
Province of Pennsylvania, 1775. Delegate to Continental Con- 
gress, 1775. 
346, 353- 



157 

JOSEPH MORSE, 1655-1717. 

Captain of First Company at Medford and Sherburne during King 
Philip's War, 1676. 
123. 

THOMAS MORSE, 1709-1776. 

Captain of New Hampshire Troops, 1774. 
123. 

HUGH MOSHER, 1633-1713. 

Ensign Rhode Island Troops, 1669. 
98. 

LITTLEBERRY MOSBY, 1729-1809. 

Captain of Troops in Goochland County, Va., 1747. Colonel, 1777. 
County- Lieutenant, 1787. Member of Committee of Safety for 
Cumberland County, 1774, 1775- Captain in the Continental 
Line. 

319- 

JOHN MOSS, 1604-1707. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut Colony, 1667-1673, 1675- 
1678, 1 682- 1 686. 
98, 219. 

EZEKIEL MULFORD, -1812. 

Captain Sufifolk County Troops, 1776. 
115. 

WILLIAM MULLINS, -1621. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Colony, 1620. 
159- 

THOMAS MUMFORD, 1706- 1764. 

Captain Groton Company, Connecticut Militia, 1736. 
41, 118, 119. 

THOMAS MUNSON, 1612-1685. 

Captain of Connecticut Troops, 1676. Deputy from New Haven to 
General Court of Connecticut, 1666, 1669-1679, 1681, 1682. 
226, 312. 



158 

JOHN NELSON, 1654-1734- 

Captain of Massachusetts Ancient and Honorable Artillery Com- 
pany, 1680. Commanded one of the Regiments against Port 
Royal. % 

289. 

DAVID NEVINS, 1747-1830. 

Ensign New York Troops, 1775. First Lieutenant, Continental 
Army, 1776. 
113, 267. 

BENJAMIN NEWBERRY, -1689. 

Major in command of the Militia of Windsor, Connecticut Colony. 
Assistant, 1666, 1667, 1685- 1687, 1689. Deputy, 1656, 1662- 1684. 
126, 258. 

NATHANIEL NEWLIN, 1660-1729. 

Member of Assembly, Pennsylvania, 1698, 1700, 1701, 1705, 1710, 
1713, 1717, 1719, 1721. Justice of Peace, 1703, 1718, 1722, 1723. 
44, 117- 

NICHOLAS NEWLIN, -1699. 

One of the Provincial Council under William Penn, 1685- 1687. 
Justice of Chester County Court. 
44, 117- 

FRANCIS NEWMAN, -1660. 

Governor New Haven Colony, 1658- 1660. Magistrate of New 
Haven Colony, 1653- 1658. Commissioner of the United Colonies, 
1654, 1658, 1659, 1660. Secretary of the Colony, 1647, 1649, 1653. 
Ensign, 1642. Lieutenant, 1645. 
392- 

MATTHIAS NICOLL, 1621-1687. 

Secretary of Province of New York, 1664. Member of Governor's 
Council, 1667-1680. Mayor of New York, 1672. Speaker of 
Colonial Assembly, 1683-1684. Judge of Court of Admiralty, 
I 686- I 690. 

4. 14. 23, 33, 41, 44, 46, 83, no, III, 117, 118, 119, 125, 174, IQ9, 
238. 



159 

WILLIAM NICOLL, 1657-1723. 

Member of Governor's Council, 1691-1699. Member of New York 
Colonial Assembly, 1 701 -1723. Speaker, 1702, 1705, 1708- 17 14, 
1715, 1716. 
14, 49. 

JAMES NOYES, 1608-1656. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of Massachusetts Bay Colony, prior to 1675. 
74, 202. 

JAMES NOYES, 1640-1719. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of Connecticut, prior to 1675. 
74, 202. 

THOMAS NOYES, 1679-1755. 

Captain Stonington Company Connecticut Troops, 1723. 
223. 

JESSE OAKLEY, 1748-1827. 

Lieutenant Fifth Regiment New York State Militia, 1775. 
6. 

JOHN OGDEN, 1610-1682. 

Named in the Charter of Connecticut, 1662. Magistrate in Con- 
necticut, 1656-1660. Member of the Governor's Council, New 
Jersey, 1665. 
43. 185. 

ROBERT OGDEN, 1716-1787. 

Chairman of the Committee of Public Safety, 1776. Speaker of 
the House of Assembly, New Jersey, 1759. Member of the Con- 
tinental Congress, 1701. One of the King's Council, 1765. 
28, 45. 

NICHOLAS OLMSTEAD, 1612-1684. 

Captain of Connecticut Dragoons, 1675. 
126, 154. 



160 

WILLIAM PARKE, -1685. 

Deputy from Roxbury to General Court of Massachusetts, 1657. 
162. 

ELISHA PARKER, 1660-1717. 

Member of the Provincial Assembly of New Jersey, 1707- 1709. 
Member of the Governor's Council, 1713-1717. Captain, 1707. 
10. 

HANANIAH PARKER, 1638-1724. 

Ensign in the Foot Company of Reading, 1680-1684. Lieutenant, 
1684. Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1683, 1684, 
1695, 1697-1699, 1703. 
390- 

JAMES PARKER, 1617-1701. 

Appointed Lieutenant Massachusetts Troops, 1673. Captain, 1678. 
98. 

JAMES PARKER, 1725-1797. 

Captain in the Canada Expedition, 1746. Member of the Gov- 
ernor's Council, Province of East Jersey, 1764, 1775. 
10. 

JOHN PARKER, 1692-1732. 

Member of the Council of New Jersey, 1717-1732. Governor's 
Commissioner, appointed by the King, 1728. 
10. 

SAMUEL PARTRIDGE, 1645-1740. 

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Massachusetts, 1692- 1736. 
Member of Governor's Council, 1700-1714. Colonel, i685. 
102, 191, 221. 

WILLIAM PATERSON, 1745-1806. 

Member of Provincial Congress in New Jersey, May to October, 

1775. Secretary of the New Jersey Provincial Congress, 1775, 

1776. Attorney-General of New Jersey, 1776- 1783. Framer of 
the Federal Constitution. 

I. 3. 7- 



161 

m 

HENRY PAULING, -1692. 

Captain of Troops of the Province of New York, at Esopus, 1670. 
233. 

THOMAS PAYNE, -1706. 

Deputy to General Court of Plymouth, 1639, 1664, 1671-1673, 1676, 
1678, 1680, 1681-1690, 1691. 
127. 

WILLIAM PEABODY, 1619-1707. 

Deputy from Duxbury to General Court Plymouth Colony, 1654- 
1663, 1 670- 1 683. 
159- 

WILLIAM PEARTREE, 1642-1717. 

Mayor of New York, 1703- 1707. Member of the Governor's Coun- 
cil, 1708, 1709. 
15, 71, 168, 

OSWALD PEEL, 



Member of General Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1 741 -1747. 
78- 

JOSEPH PHELPS, 1667-1750. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1709-1718, 1721, 1724- 
1726, 1 73 1, 1743. Captain, 1732. 
278. 

NOAH PHELPS, 1740-1789. 

Captain of a Connecticut Troop of Horse, 1774. Captain in the 
Continental Army, 1776. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1777. Colonel, 
1779. 
278. 

WILLIAM PHELPS, 1599-1672. 

Magistrate in Connecticut, 1639- 1642, 1658- 1662. Deputy to Gen- 
eral Court, 1645-1657. 
67, 278. 



162 

FREDERICK PHILIPSE, 1627-1702. 

Secretary of the Province of New York, 1688. Member of the Gov- 
ernor's Council, 1674, 1675, 1688, 1691-1698. First Lord of the 
Manor of PhiHpseburgh, 1693. . 
48, 124, 218. 

JAMES PIERPONT, 1659-1714. 

One of the Founders of Yale College, 1700. Preacher of Election 
Sermon, 1690. 
43, 74, 102, 186. 

HENRY PIERSON, 1652-1701. 

Speaker of the New York Colonial Assembly Province of New 
York, 1693, 1694. Member of Assembly, 1691-1695, 1698-1700. 
Lieutenant-Colonel of Suffolk County Regiment of Militia, 1699- 
1700. 
170, 203. 

WILLIAM PINHORNE, -1719. 

Speaker of the Assembly of the Province of New York, 1685. Re- 
corder of New York City, 1691, 1692. Member of the Governor's 
Council, 1691, 1693-1698. Justice of the Supreme Court, 1691, 
1693. Chief-Justice, 1701. Captain, 1684. 
155- 

WILLIAM PITKIN, 1635-1694. 

Treasurer of the Colony of Connecticut, 1676-1679. Attorney-Gen- 
eral, 1662-1664. Assistant, 1690-1694. Commissioner to the In- 
dians, 1676. Commissioner on Boundaries, 1693. Deputy for 
Hartford to the General Court, 1675-1690. 
42, 126, 260, 328. 

WILLIAM PITKIN, 1664-1723. 

Assistant in Connecticut, 1697-1723. Judge of the County and 
Probate Courts, 1722. Judge of the Superior Court, 171 1. Pre- 
siding Judge of Superior Court, 1713. Commissioner on Boun- 
daries of Massachusetts, 171 7, and on Boundaries of Rhode Is- 
land, 1719. 
167. 



163 

WILLIAM PITKIN, 1694-1769. 

Governor of Connecticut Colony, 1766-1769. Deputy-Governor, 
1754-1766. Assistant, 1734-1754. Deputy to the General Court, 
1728-1734. Speaker of the House, 1732. Judge of County Court, 
1735-1752. Judge of Superior Court, 1741-1754. Chief-Justice, 
1754-1766. Captain Connecticut Troops, 1730. Major, 1739. 
138, 255, 352, 358. 

EPENETUS PLATT, 1640-1693. 

Captain of a Suffolk County Regiment of Foot, 1684. 
5, 9, 299, 304. 

EPENETUS PLATT, 1674-1745. 

Lieutenant Foot Company, 1700. Member of New York Colonial 
Assembly, 1723- 1738. 
5, 9, 91, III, 190. 

JOSEPH PLATT, 1672-1748. 

Member of the Connecticut Assembly, 1705-1739. Commissioner 
of Boundaries, New York and Connecticut, 1720. Captain, 1710. 
10. 

SETH POMEROY, 1706-1777. 

Ensign Massachusetts Troops, 1743. Captain, 1744. Major in Ex- 
pedition against Louisburg, 1744, 1745. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1755. Brigadier-General, 1775. 
248, 249. 

ISRAEL PORTER, 1643-1706. 

Ensign Massachusetts Troops, 1681. Lieutenant, 1683. 



JOHN POWELL, 1596- 

Member of House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1632. 
201. 

JOHN POWELL, 1624-1718. 

Member House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1657-1660, 1663, 1666, 
1676. 
201. 



164 

WILLIAM PRATT, -1678. 

Lieutenant Connecticut Troops, 1661. Deputy from Saybrook to 

General Court of Connecticut, 1666, 1668- 1677. 
258. 

THOMAS PRENCE, 1601-1673. 

Governor Plymouth Colony, 1034, 1638, 1657-1673. Assistant, 
1632, 1635, 1636, 1637, 1639-1656. Councillor of War, 1637, 
1642, 1643, 1644, 1646. Commissioner of United Colonies, 1645- 
1650, 1653-1658, 1661, 1663, 1670-1672. Treasurer of Plymouth 
Colony, 1636-1639. 
87. 

JONATHAN PRESCOTT, 1643-1721. 

Deputy from Concord to General Court of Massachusetts, 1692- 
1696, 1697-1700. Captain Massachusetts Troops, 1689-1690. 
300. 

DAVID PROVOOST, 1608- 1657. 

One of the " Nine Men," 1652. Commander Fort Good Hope, 
1646. 
2, 67, 183, 280. 

DAVID PROVOOST, 1642-1721. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1699-1701. 
67. 

DAVID PROVOOST, 1670-1725. 

Mayor of New York, 1699. Member of New York Colonial As- 
sembly, 171 1, 1713, 1716-1726. Member of Governor's Council, 
1708-1711. Boundary Commissioner, 1723. Captain Second 
Company of Foot, 1700. 
2, 67. 

ISRAEL PUTNAM, 1718-1790. 

Commanded a Company of Provincials, 1755. Major, 1757. Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel under General Amherst, 1759. Senior Major- 
General, and next in rank to General Washington, during Revolu- 
tionary War. 



165 

JOHN PUTNAM, about 1630-1695. 

Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, 1680, 1681, 1686, 1691, 
1692. Lieutenant, 1680. 
188. 

THOMAS PUTNAM, 1614-1686. 

Lieutenant of a Troop of Horse, Salem, Massachusetts, 1662. 
203. 

WILLIAM PYNCHEON, 1590-1662. 

One of the Corporators named in the Royal Charter of Massachu- 
setts, and a Founder of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. Assist- 
ant, Massachusetts Colony, 1632-1634, 1643-1649. One of the 
Commissioners to govern the Connecticut Colony, 1636. Treas- 
urer of Massachusetts Colony, 1632. 
74, 87, 154, 162, 260. 

HENRY QUACKENBUSH, 1737-1813. 

Chairman Albany Committee of Safety, 1775. Captain Continental 
Army, 1775. Major, 1775. Colonel, 1778. 
204, 260. 

EDMUND QUINCY, 1628-1698. 

Captain, 1684. Lieutenant-Colonel Massachusetts Provincial 
Troops. Member of Committee of Safety, 1689- 1692. Deputy 
from Braintree to General Court, 1670, 1673, 1675, 1679, 1681, 
1692. 

215. 

JOHN QUINCY, 1689-1767. 

Major and Colonel Massachusetts Provincial Troops. Deputy from 
Braintree to General Court, 1717, 1720-1740, 1744, 1745, 1747, 
i755» 1756. Speaker, 1729-1741. 
215- 

JORIS JANSEN RAPALYE, 



One of the " Twelve Men," 1641. 
176. 

JOSEPH READE, 1694-1771. 

Member of the Governor's Council, New York, 1764, 1765, 1771. 
124. 



166 

PELEG REDFIELD, 1723-1760. 

Captain of Connecticut Troops, 1759. 
234, 235. 

JAMES REEVE, 1672-1732. 

Captain of a Company of Provincial Troops, Suffolk County, New 
York, 1 72 1. • 

340. 

HENRY REMSEN, 1736-1792. 

Ensign Company of Foot, County of New York, 1760. Captain 
1775. Colonel, 1775. 
100. 

EDWARD RICHMOND, 1632-1696. 

Attorney-General, 1677, 1678, 1679, 1680. Deputy to General Court 
of Rhode Island, 1678- 1698. Captain, 1690. 
41, 118. 

JOSHUA RIPLEY, 1658-1739. 

Deputy to General Court, Connecticut Colony, 1699, 1701, 1706- 
1716, 1719-1722. 
200. 

WILLIAM ROBINSON, 1693-1751. 

Deputy to General Court of Rhode Island, 1724, 1728, 1734- 1742. 
Speaker of the House of Deputies, 1735, 1736, 1741, 1742. De- 
putv-Governor, 1745, 1747. 

NATHANIEL ROCHESTER, 1752-1831. 

Member of Provincial Congress from North Carolina, 1774- 1776. 
Member of Committee of Safety, 1775. 
112. 

ZABDIEL ROGERS, 1737-1807. 

Major of Norwich, Connecticut, Provincial Troops, 1774. Ofificer 
in the Continental Army. 
219. 



167 

FRANCOIS ROMBOUTS, -1691. 

Mayor of New York, 1679. Captain Colonial Forces, 1684. Ap- 
pointed member of King's Council, 1691. 
107, 163, 205. 

ARIE ROOSA, — about 1700. 

Captain of Foot Company, Ulster and Dutchess Counties, 1700. 
183- 

JOHN RUSSELL, 1626-1692. 

One of the Ministers active in forwarding the interests of the Colony 
of Massachusetts, prior to 1675. Preacher of the Election Ser- 
mon, 1665. 
31. 67. 

NOADIAH RUSSELL, 1659-1713. 

One of the Founders and Corporators of Yale College, 1700. 
186. 

RICHARD RUSSELL, 1611-1676. 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1646. Speaker, 
1647, 1648, 1654, 1656, 1658. Treasurer of the Colony, 1644, 1645. 
Assistant, 1659-1676. 
113, 267. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL, 1690-1761. 

Preached Election Sermon before General Court of Connecticut, 
1730. 
186. 

ANTHONY RUTGERS, 1680-1746. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1726- 1737. 
149' 331- 

HENDRICK RUTGERS, 1712-1779. 

Ensign Company New York Troops, 1738. Second Lieutenant, 
1738. 
100. 



168 

WALTER RUTHERFURD, 1723-1804. 

Captain and Major in Royal American Regiment, 1750-1760. 
31- 

GURDON SALTONSTALL, 1666-1725. ^ 

Governor of Connecticut, 1707-1724. 
34, 165, 166. 

RICHARD SALTONSTALL, 



Named in Charter of Colony of Massachusetts Bay. Assistant, 1630, 
1631, 1633. 
82. 

COMFORT SANDS, -1834. 

Member of Provincial Congress, 1775-1776. Member of the Com- 
mittee of " One Hundred," 1776. 
53- 

JAMES SANDS, 1622-1695. 

Deputy from Block Island to General Court of Rhode Island, 1665, 
1 670- 1 67 1, 1678, 1680, 1690. 
53. 127. 

JOHN SANDS, 1649-1712. 

Deputy to the Rhode Island Assembly, 1671, 1678, 1688. 

53; 

PELEG SANFORD, 1639-1701. 

Governor of Rhode Island, 1680-1682. Treasurer of Colony, 1678- 
1681. Captain of Troop of Horse, 1667. Assistant, 1668, 1669, 
1677, 1678. Deputy, 1670-1677. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1687. 
202, 223. 

JOHN SAVAGE, 1707-1792. 

Captain in Command of a Company of Massachusetts Troops, at 
Fort Frontenac and Ticonderoga, 1758. 
369- 

ABRAHAM SCHENCK, 1720-1784. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1759- 1768. 
107, 163, 205. 



169 

HENRY SCHENCK, i743-i799- 

Member of the New York Provincial Congress, 1775. Major of 
Minute Men, 1775, 1776, 1777. 
107, 205. 



JACOB JANSEN SCHERMERHOOREN, i623-i( 

Indian Commissioner, as Magistrate of Albany, 1656, 1657, 1664, 
1674. 
3^7 > 370. 

DAVID PIETERSE SCHUYLER, -1690. 

Indian Commissioner, as Magistrate of Willemstadt (Albany), 1673. 
90, 152, 242. 

HARMANUS SCHUYLER, 1727-1796. 

High-Sheriff of Albany County, 1761-1770. Assistant Commissary- 
General, Northern Department, 1786. 
142, 144, 184. 

JOHANNES SCHUYLER, 1668-1747. 

Captain, 1690. Lieutenant of Cavalry, 1692. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1709. Colonel, 1710. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1698- 
1702, 1704, 1710-1712, 1715, 1719, 1720, 1730, 1732, 1734, 1739. 
Indian Commissioner for Massachusetts, 1724. Mayor of Albany, 
1703-1706. Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1710- 
1713- 
13. 36. 

MYNDERT SCHUYLER, 1672-1755. 

Representative to the Colonial Assembly of New York, 1701-1710, 
1713, 1716-1727, 1728-1737. Indian Commissioner, 1706, 1710, 
1712, 1715, 1739, 1742, 1752, 1754. Mayor of Albany, 1719-1721, 
1723-1725. Captain of Militia, 1710. Major of Militia, 1714. 
55. 92, 178. 

NICHOLAS SCHUYLER, 1692-1748. 

Member of Assembly of New York Colonial, 1727- 1728. Capt*ain 
of Provincial Troops, 171 1, 1747. 
215- 



170 

PIETER SCHUYLER, 1657-1724. 

Lieutenant of Horse, 1685. Major, 1691. Colonel, 1697. Lieu- 
tenant-General, 171 1. Presiding Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas, Albany, 1691, 1702. First Mayor of Albany, 1686-1694. 
Commissioner of Indian Aflfairs, 1690, 1693, 1696-1701, 1706-1712, 
1 72 1, 1723. Member of the Governor's Council of New York, 
1692-1720. President of the Council, 1709, 1719, 1720. 
13, 24, 27, 29, 36, 57, 58, 136, 142, 144. 161, 250, 251, 292. 

PHILIP SCHUYLER, 1666-1724. 

Commander of the Fort at Schenectady with the rank of Lieutenant, 
1703. 
142, 144, 184. 

PHILIP J. SCHUYLER, 1733-1804. 

Captain at Fort Edward, 1755. Colonel, 1768. Major-General of 
the United Colonies, 1775. Member of New York Colonial As- 
sembly, 1 750- 1 775. Boundary Commissioner, 1764, 1783. De- 
puty to the Provincial Congress, 1775. Member of the Continen- 
tal Congress, 1775, 1777, 1779-1782. Indian Commissioner, 1774. 
Surveyor-General, 1787. Senator, 1780- 1783. 
13, 36, 229. 

PHILIP PIETERSE SCHUYLER, about 1628-1683. 

Vice-Director of Fort Orange, 1655. Commissary and Magistrate 
of Fort Orange, 1655-1658, 1659, 1662, 1666, 1669, 1678. Captain 
of a Company of Foot at Albany, 1667. Captain of a Company at 
Schenectady, 1669. Indian Commissioner as Magistrate of Al- 
bany, 1655- 1679, excepting four years. 

I. 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 13, 20, 24, 31, 36, 37, 38, 42, 47, 48, 55. 56, 
67. 72i^ 78, 79' 80, 92, 120, 124, 142, 144, 155, 157. 184. 185, 218, 
250, 251, 262, 289. 

JOHN SCOTT, -1725. 

Lieutenant of an Independent Company of Fusileers of New York, 
1710. Captain in Command at Fort Hunter, on the Mohawk, 
1711-1725. 
264. 



171 

JOSHUA SCOTTOW, 1615-1698. 

Ensign in Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1656. Cap- 
tain in King Philip's War, 1675, and Commander of Garrison at 
Black Point, 1676. Chief-Justice of Inferior Court of Common 
Pleas in the Province of Maine, 1687. 
201. 

NATHANIEL SCRIBNER, 1743-1799. 

Lieutenant New York Troops, 1776. Captain New York, 1776. 
Captain Connecticut Troops, 1776. 
184. 

JOHN SEAMAN, -1694. 

Delegate to Provincial Convention in Nieuw Amsterdam, 1653. 
Captain, Queens County, Long Island, Troops, 1665. 
54. 

CORNELIUS SEBRING, 1662-1721. 

Member New York Colonial Assembly, 1695-1726. Major, Pro- 
vince of New York. 
114. 

ROBERT SEDGWICK, 1590-1656. 

Deputy from Charlestown, Massachusetts, to the General Court, 
1637-1649. Captain, 1640. Colonel of the Middlesex Regi- 
ment, 1643. Major-General and placed in command of the Mas- 
sachusetts Militia, 1652. 
76, 77- 

STEPHEN SEWALL, 1657-1725. 

Captain of the Fort at Salem, 1689. Major Massachusetts Colony 
Troops, 1704. 

375- 

PHILIP SHEARMAN, 1610-1687. 

One of the Original Proprietors who settled Pocassett, Rhode Is- 
land, 1638. First Secretary of the Providence Plantation, 1639. 
General Recorder of the General Court and Assembly of Provi- 
dence Plantation, 1648- 165 1. Deputy, 1665, 1667. 
41, 65, 118, 165, 166, 180, 182, 370. 



172 

WILLIAM SHEFFIELD, 1699-about 1778. 

Lieutenant, Holliston Foot Company, Colony of Massachusetts, 

1757- 

179- \ 

HERCULES SHEPARD, - — 



Member of the Provincial Assembly of Pennsylvania, 1684. 
78. 

THOMAS SHEPARD, 1605-1649. 

One of the Founders of Harvard College. One of the Ministers 
of Parishes, active in forwarding the interests of the Colony of 
Massachusetts Bay. 
215- 

MATTHEW SHERWOOD, 1643-1715. 

Captain of Dragoons of Fairfield County, 1690. Captain Connecti- 
cut Troops, 1697. 
210, 212. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN, 1639-1712. 

Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly, 1695. Member of Provin- 
cial Council, 1696. Mayor of Philadelphia, 1701. President of 
Provincial Council of Pennsylvania, 1702. 
35, 240, 270. 

EDWARD SHIPPEN, 1703-1781. 

Mayor of Philadelphia, 1744. One of the Charter Trustees of the 
College of New Jersey, 1746. 
270. 

JOSEPH SHIPPEN, 1737-1810. 

Secretary to the Province of Pennsylvania, 1762. Judge of County 
Court, 1789. Colonel of Provincial Troops, 1758. 
270. 

V/ILLIAM SKINNER, 1687-1758. 

Missionary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in 
New Jersey, 1723- 1758. 
10. 



173 

HENRY SOANE, 1620-1662. 

Speaker of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1660, 1661. 

319- 

RICHARD SMITH, -1720. 

One of the " Eight Men," 1645. Member of Governor's Council, 
Province of New York, 1688. 
83. 

SAMUEL SMITH, 1602- 1680. 

Lieutenant, Wethersfield Company, 1656. Deputy from Wethers- 
field to General Court of Connecticut, 1640, 1641, 1643, 1652, 
1655. Deputy from Hadley to General Court of Massachusetts, 
1661, 1663-1665, 1667, 1668, 1671, 1673. 
258. 

WILLIAM SMITH, 1655-1704. 

Justice of the Supreme Court of New York, 169 1. Chief- Justice 
of the Supreme Court, 1692-1700, 1702. Judge of the Court of 
Admiralty, 1693-1697. Member of Governor's Council, 1691- 
1704. Acting Governor, 1701. 
4, 83, 102, 221, 239, 244. 

WILLIAM SMITH, 1696-1769. 

Recorder of New York, 1736. Judge of the Supreme Court, 1764. 
Attorney-General of New York, 1751. Boundary Commissioner, 
1754. Member of the Colonial Convention, 1754. Member of 
the Governor's Council, 1753-1768. 
24, 239, 251. 

WILLIAM SMITH, 1720-1799. 

Deputy to the Third and Fourth Provincial Congresses, 1776, 1777. 
Member of the State Senate, 1777-1783. 
4. 

WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, 1690-1742. 

Major of Provincial Troops, Sufifolk County, New York, 171 5. 
239- 



174 

WILLIAM PEARTREE SMITH, 1724-1801. 

Member of New Jersey Committee of Safety, 1774. Member of 
first New Jersey State Convention, 1774. Member of Provincial 
Congress of New Jersey, 1775. Judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas of New Jersey. 
i5> 71- 

GEORGE SOULE, 1594-1680. 

Deputy to General Court of Plymouth, 1645, 1646, 1650, 165 1, 1653, 

1654. 

127, 135, 195. 

CONSTANT SOUTHWORTH, 1614-1679. 

Deputy to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1647- 1669. As- 
sistant, 1670-1678. Treasurer of the Colony, 1659-1679. 
55, 200, 211. 

WILLIAM SPENCER, -1640. 

Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, 1634-1638. A Founder 
and Charter Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery, 
1638. Lieutenant Massachusetts Troops, 1636. 

128, 132, 133, 323. 

ALEXANDER SPOTSWOOD, 1676- 1740. 

Lieutenant-Governor of Virginia, 17 10- 1722. Executed Treaty 
With Six Nations, 1722. Deputy Postmaster-General of Colonies, 
1 730- 1 739. Major-General, to command expedition to West In- 
dies, 1740. 
39- 

JOHN SPRATT, 

Speaker of Leisler's Assembly, 1690. Member of New York Colon- 
ial Assembly, 1693-1695. 
42. 

ABRAM STAATS, -1694. 

Captain of Company of Foot, 1669. Major, 1669. Commissioner 
of Indian Affairs, 1690. 
5, 9, 13, 31, 85, 90, 139, 146, 152, 185, 206, 251. 



175 

BARENT STAATS, 1680-1752. 

Lieutenant in French and Indian Wars, 1706-1709. Captain New 
York Troops, 1722. 
5> 9. 90. 

JOCHEM STAATS, 1654-1712. 

Ensign, 1685. Captain to command Fort Orange, 1689. Com- 
missioner of Indian Affairs, Province, New York, 1690. 
5. 9. 90- 

SAMUEL STAATS, 1657-1716. 

Member of Governor's Council, Province New York, 1698- 1702, 
1710-1716. 
31, 139, 152, 185, 206, 251. 

JOSEPH STAFFORD, 



Captain Rhode Island Troops, 1731. Major, 1739. Deputy to 
General Court, 1730, 1731-1734, 1735, 1737, 1739, 1741-1746. 
212, 386. 

SAMUEL STAFFORD, 1636-1718. 

Deputy to General Court of Rhode Island, 1670-1705. Assistant, 
1 674- 1 686. Lieutenant, 1705. 
65. 

MYLES STANDISH, 1586-1656. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Plantation. Captain 
of the Military Force of Plymouth, 1621. Assistant, 1633- 
1635, 1637-1641, 1645-1656. Treasurer of the Colony, 1644-1656. 
276, 342. 

CALEB STANLEY, 1642-1718. 

Assistant in Connecticut, 1692-1701. Commissioner to Albany. 
1694. 
167. 

JOHN STANLEY, 1624-1706. 

Deputy from Farmington to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1659, 1664-1671, 1673, 1678-1693, 1695-1696. Lieutenant and 
Captain in King Philip's War, 1676. 
133- 



176 

NATHANIEL STANLEY, 1683-1755. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of First Regiment, Hartford, Connecticut, 1739. 

Assistant of Connecticut Colony, 1725-1749. Treasurer, 1749- 

1755- 
172. 

THOMAS STANTON, 1610-1677. 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 165 1, 1666- 1674. 
74, 202, 223. 

THOMAS STEBBINS, 1620-1683. 

Lieutenant Massachusetts Provincial Troops, 1683. Served in 
King Philip's War at Northampton and at the Falls Fight, 1675. 
258. 

JOHN STEELE, -1665. 

Deputy from Hartford to General Court of Connecticut, 1637- 
1659. One of the Commissioners from Massachusetts to Govern 
the Connecticut Colony, 1636. Secretary of the Colony, 1636- 
1639. 
62. 

JOHN STEPHENS, -1740. 

Captain of a New York Provincial Company in the Expedition 
against Carthagena. 

215- 

JAMES STEVENSON, 1688-1769. 

High-Sheriflf of the County of Albany, 1731. 
92. 

NICHOLAS STILLWELL, -1671. 

Lieutenant New York Troops in the Second Esopus War, 1663. 
155- 

RICHARD STOCKTON, -1707. 

First Lieutenant of Horse Company of Flushing, 1665. 
171. 



177 

RICHARD STOCKTON, 1730-1781. 

Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 1776. Justice of the 
Supreme Court of New Jersey, 1774. Member of the King's 
Council for New Jersey, 1768-1775. Member of the Continental 
Congress, 1776. 
84. 



ANTHONY STODDARD, 1617-H 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1659, 1660, 
1664-1685. Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery. 
43. 237. 

SAMUEL STONE, 1602-1663. 

One of the Ministers of Parishes active in forwarding the interests 
of the Colony of Connecticut, prior to 1675. 
272. 

JOSEPH STORER, 1648-1730. 

Ensign of Artillery Company, 1680. Deputy to General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1681-1685. 
396. 

THOMAS STOUGHTON, -1661. 

Deputy to General Court Connecticut, 1639-1648. Ensign, 1636. 
Lieutenant, 1640. 
126, 200, 258. 

PETER STRETCH, 1702-1746. 

Member of the Common Council of the City of Philadelphia, 1708- 
1746. 
2. 

JOHN STRONG, 1605-1699. 

Deputy from Taunton to General Court of Massachusetts, 1641- 
1644. 
222, 303. 

JAN STRYCKER, 1615-1697. 

Captain Militia, Midwout, Long Island, 1673. Delegate to the Con- 
ventions of 1653, 1664, 1665, 1674. 
2,4, 114,334- 



178 

PETER STUYVESANT, 1592-1672. 

Governor and Director-General of Nieuw Netherland, 1646- 1664. 
75- 245. ^ 

WILLIAM SUMNER, 1605-1692. 

Deputy from Dorchester to General Court of Massachusetts Bay, 
1658, 1666-1671, 1678-1687. 
303- 

SAMUEL SWAINE, — about 1681. 

Deputy to General Court of New Haven, 1653-1662. Deputy to 
General Court of Connecticut, 1662-1665. Captain, 167?. 
185. 

WILLIAM SWAINE, 1585-1644. 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1636, 1641, 1642. Magis- 
trate, 1637, 1 643- 1 644. 
185. 

ROELOF SWARTWOUT, 1634-1715- 

Schout-Fiscaal for Wiltwyck, 1661. Member of Leisler's Council, 
1689. 
91, 183. 

JOHN SWIFT, 1720-1802. 

Member of Common Council of Philadelphia, 1757- 1776. Collec- 
tor of the Port of Philadelphia. 1 762-1 771. 
Z7, 38, 47. 78. 

SAMUEL SYMONDS, -1678. 

Assistant Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1643-1673. Deputy Gover- 
nor, I 673- I 678. 
138. 

JOHN TALCOTT, -1660. 

Deputy to Massachusetts General Court, 1634, 1635, 1636. 
Treasurer of the Connecticut Colony, 1654, 1659. Deputy to 
General Court of Connecticut, 1637-1654. Assistant, 1654-1660. 
Commissioner to the United Colonies, 1656, 1657, 1658. 
31, 74, 154, 186, 260. 



179 

JOSEPH TALCOTT, 1667-1741. 

Governor of Connecticut from 1724, 1741. Lieutenant-Governor, 
1723. Assistant, 1711-1723. Speaker of the House. 
186. 

SAMUEL TALCOTT, 1635-1691. 

Captain of Hartford Troops, 1681. Deputy to General Court of 
Connecticut, 1669-1684. Assistant, 1689-1691. 
74. 154, 162. 

JAMES TAYLOR, 1674-1729- 

Member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1702-1714. Jus- 
tice for King's and Queen's County, 1702-1714. 
319- 

JAMES TAYLOR, 1732-1814. 

Member of House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1762-1764. Member 
of Committee of Safety, 1774- 1775. Member of the Revolution- 
ary Conventions, 1774, 1776. Chairman of Committee of Safety, 
1775, 1776. 
319- 385- 

ABRAHAM TEN BROECK, 1734-1810. 

Member of Assembly for the Manor of Rensselaerwyck, 1761-1775. 
Member of New York Provincial Congress, 1775. Colonel of 
Provincial Troops, 1775. Brigadier-General in Continental Army, 
1778. 
245- 

DIRCK TEN BROECK, 1686-1751. 

Mayor of Albany, 1746. Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 
1728-1737. Commissioner of Indian Afifairs, 1732, 1734, 1742. 
3- 

DIRCK WESSELSE TEN BROECK, 1642-1717. 

First Recorder of Albany, 1686. Mayor of Albany, 1696-1698. 
Indian Commissioner, 1691, 1696, 1698. Major of Regiment of 
Militia, County of Albany, 1700. Member of Colonial Assembly 
for Albany, 1691-1698. 
3, 137, 142, 144, 184, 210, 212, 245, 333. 



180 

WESSEL TEN BROECK, 1636-1704. 

Lieutenant of Foot in Albany, 1700. Ambassador to Canada 
under Governor Dongan. Indian Commissioner, as Magistrate 
of Albany, 1689. 
233- 

MATTHEW TEN EYCK, 1728-1809. 

Lieutenant and Quartermaster of a Troop of Horse, Ulster County, 
New York, 1759. 
137- 

NATHANIEL THOMAS, 1606-1674. 

Lieutenant Marshfield, Massachusetts, Troops, 1643. Captain, 1644. 
195- 

NATHANIEL THOMAS, 1643-1718. 

Captain King Philip's War, 1675. Deputy of General Court of Ply- 
mouth from Marshfield, 1675. Representative at Boston, 1692. 
Justice of the Supreme Court, 1712-1718. Judge of Probate, 1718. 
195- 

WILLIAM THOMAS, 1573-1651. 

Assistant, Colony of Plymouth, 1642- 1644, 1646- 1650. 
195- 

FRANCIS THORNTON, 1682-1726. 

Member of House of Burgesses for Spottsylvania, 1723-1726. 
319- 

ADAM THOROGOOD, 1603-1639. 

Burgess in the lower House, Virginia, 1629, 1631, 1632, 1636. 
Member of Governor's Council, 1637. President Court of Lower 
Norfolk. 
201. 

EDWARD THURSTON, 1617-1707. 

Deputy to the General Court of Rhode Island, 1667, 1671, 1672, 
1673, 1674, 1680, 1681, 1682, 1683, 1684, 1685, 1686. 
41, 119- 



181 

HENRY TIMBERLAKE, -1680. 

Commissioner for Newport to the Court of Commissioners, 1663. 
Ensign, 1675, 1676. 
65. 



THOMAS TOPPING, i6io-i( 

Member of the Council of the First English Governor of the Pro- 
vince of New York, 1664. Assistant in Connecticut from South- 
ampton, Long Island, 1651-1656, 1659-1661, 1663, 1664. Deputy 
to the Convention at Hempstead, 1665. Captain of Troops at 
Southampton, 1650. 

293- 

JOSEPH TRACY, 1682-1765. 

Captain Train Band of Norwich, 1732. 
74, 121. 

THOMAS TRACY, 1610-1685. 

Deputy to the General Court, Connecticut, 1662, 1663, 1667, 1670, 
1672, 1673, 1675-1678, 1682-1684. 
74, 219, 258, 348. 

WILLIAM TRASK, 1590-1667. 

Captain, 1632. Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, 1635, 
1636, 1637, 1639. Commanded a Company against the Pequot 
Indians, 1637. 
67. 

RICHARD TREAT, 1584-1669. 

Corporator of Connecticut under Royal Charter, 1662. Assistant, 
1657-1665. Deputy to General Court, 1644-1658. 
43, 62, 98, 260. 

ROBERT TREAT, 1622-1710. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1683-1687, 1689-1698. Deputy Governor, 
1676-1682, 1698-1708. Assistant, New Haven Colony, 1659-1663. 
Member of Sir Edward Andros' Council, 1687-1689. Assistant, 
Connecticut Colony, 1673-1675. Commissioner United Colonies, 
1681, 1682, 1684. Commander-in-Chief for Connecticut, 1675. 
138, 280. 



182 

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, 1710-1785. 

Governor of the Connecticut Colony, 1769- 1775. Deputy in the 
General Assembly of Connecticut seven times during the years 
1733-1770. Three times Speaker of the House. Assistant, 1740- 
175 1, 1754-1766. Chief-Justice of the Superior Court of the 
Colony of Connecticut, 1759- 1769. Lieutenant-Governor, 1766- 
1769. 
50, 89. 

THOMAS TURPIN, 1708-1790. 

Lieutenant-Colonel of Troops in Cumberland County. Virginia, 
1754. One of the House of Burgesses, 1741-1743. 
319- 

JOHN UNDERHILL, 1600-1672. 

One of the Founders of Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1630. Captain 
Massachusetts Troops, 1636. Officer of Ancient and Honorable 
Artillery. Captain in Connecticut. 1653. Commissioned Cap- 
tain by the Dutch in Command of the Indian War on Long Is- 
land. One of the " Eight Men," 1645. Delegate to Convention 
at Hempstead, 1665. Governor of Dover and Exeter, New Hamp- 
shire, 1 64 1. 
91, 146, 199, 237, 246, 311, 330, 382, 383. 

JOHANNES PIETERSE VAN BRUGH, 1624-1697. 

Burgomeister of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1673-1674. Captain New 
York Provincial Troops, 1673. 

3, 5, 9, 13, 20, zy, 42, 47, 48, 55, 57, 58. 73, 78, 79, 136, 142. 144, 
161, 184, 185, 210, 212, 215, 218, 333. 

PIETER VAN BRUGH, 1666-1740. 

Mayor of Albany, 1699, 1700, 1721, 1722. Commissioner of Indian 
Aflfairs, 1700, 1706, 1710-1712, 1714, 1715, 1719-1724, 1726, 1728, 
1732. Captain Provincial Troops, 1710. Member of New York 
Colonial Assembly, 1705-1707, 1713-1714, 1727. 

I' 3- 5' 7, % 13' 20, Z7^ 38. 42, 47. 48. 56. 57. 58. 73- 78. 79- 136, 
161, 185. 



183 

JAN VAN CLEEF, 1628-. 

Delegate from Bushwick to the Convention in Nieuw Netherland, 
1664. , 

116. 

JACOBUS VAN CORTLANDT, 1658-1739. 

Mayor New York, 1710, 1719. Member Colonial Assembly, 1691- 
1693, 1698, 1702-1709, 1710-1715. Colonel of Militia, 1713. 
48, 139. 

OLOFF STEVENSE VAN CORTLANDT, about 1600-1684. 

One of the " Eight Men," 1645. President of the " Nine Men," 
1650. Burgomeister of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1655- 1660, 1662- 1663. 
Commissioner of Boundaries, New York and Connecticut, 1663. 
Colonel of the Burghery, 1649. Commissioner of Indian Afifairs, 
1645. Member of the Andros Council, 1674. Commissioner to 
treat with English Forces, 1664. 

I, 2, 3, 7, 10, 41, 42, 48, 55, 92, 118, 119, 139, 142, 144, 155, 181, 
184, 210, 212, 262, 333, 338. 

PHILIP VAN CORTLANDT, 1683-1746. 

Member of the Governor's Council, 1730- 1746. 
2. 

PIERRE VAN CORTLANDT, 1721-1814. 

Member of the Thirtieth and Thirty-first Assemblies, 1768- 1775. 
Member of the Second, Third and Fourth Provincial Congresses, 
1775, 1776, 1777. 
2. 

STEPHANUS VAN CORTLANDT, 1643-1700. 

Mayor of New York, 1677-1686. First Judge of the Court of the 
Admiralty, 1678. Member of the Governor's Council, 1680-1688, 
1691-1700. Chancellor, 1696. Chief- Justice. 1700. Secretary of 
the Province, 1688. Deputy Auditor-General, 1687. Surrogate 
Prerogative Court, 1696. Receiver-General, 1698. 
I, 2, 3, 7, 10, 36, 42, 80, 124. 181, 262. 

GERRIT WOLFERTSE VAN COUWENHOVEN, 1610-1645. 
One of the " Eight Men." 1643. 
259- 



184 

RIP VAN DAM, 1660-1749. 

Acting Governor of New York, as President of the Council, 1731. 
Member of the Governor's Council, 1702-1732. Indian Commis- 
sioner, 1706. 
5, 9> 20, 37, 38, 47, 56, 57, 58, 73, 78, 79> 136, 161, 185, 409. 

PAULUS VAN DER BEECQ, -1680. 

Delegate to Convention of Nieuw Amsterdam, 1653. 
176. 

MELGERT WYNENT VANDER POEL, 1649-1710. 
Ensign Albany Troops, 1689. 
152. 

CORNELIS VAN DYCK, 1642-1687. 

Magistrate for Willemstadt and Colony of Rensselaerwyck, 1673. 
Commissary of Albany, 1679, 1682. 
152. 

HENDRICK VAN DYCK, — about 1687. 

Schout-Fiscaal, 1647-1652. Ensign in the Service of the West 
India Company, 1639, 1640. Member of the Governor's Council, 
of Nieuv^ Netherland, 1642, 1644. 
55, 142, 144, 152, 184, 215. 

CORNELIUS VAN HORNE, 

Mayor New York, 1736. Commissioner to settle the Boundary line 
between Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1740. Colonel of New 
Jersey Troops, 1756. Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 
1743, 1752. Captain of a Company of Foot, 1737. 
254- 

BALTUS BARENTSEN VAN KLEECK. 

Captain of a Company of Foot, County of Dutchess, 1700. Mem- 
ber New York Colonial Assembly, 1715-1726. 
372. 

CORNELIS HENDRIcksE VAN NES, -1681. 
Magistrate at Albany, 1665, 1666. 
370. 



185 

SIMON VAN NESS, 1665- 

Ensign of Troops at Fort Orange, 1689. 
176. 

HENDRICK VAN RENSSELAER, 1667-1740. 

Indian Commissioner, 1698-1699, 1706, 1720, 1724, 1726, 1732, 1734. 
Captain, 1715. Major, 1722. Member of New York Colonial 
Assembly, 1705-1715. 
13' 36, 55. 142, 144, 184, 210, 212, 215, 250, 333. 

JEREMIAS VAN RENSSELAER, 1630-1674. 

Captain of a Troop of Horse, 1670. Speaker and President of 
Landsdag, 1664. Magistrate of Eort Orange, and Acting Indian 
Commissioner, 1659-1660, 1663-1665. 
I, 3, 7, 13, 41, 55, 80, 92, 124, 142, 144, 184, 210, 212, 250, 253, 333. 

JOHANNES VAN RENSSELAER, 1708-1783. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1737. Captain of 

Claverack Militia. 

250. 

KILIAEN VAN RENSSELAER, 1663-1719. 

Lord of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck, erected 1685. Member of 
Governor's Council of the Province of New York, 1 704-1 719. 
Cornet, 1684. Captain of a Troop of Horse, 1700. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1702. Colonel, 1715. Indian Commissioner, 1691, 1699, 
1706, 1709, 1710-1712, 1715. Member Colonial Assembly, 1691- 
1704. First Judge Court of Common Pleas, Albany, 1717. 
I, 3. 7, 13, 26, 36, 80, 109, 155, 245, 321. 

KILIAEN K. VAN RENSSELAER, 1717-1781. 

Second Lieutenant New York Troops, 1743. Colonel, 1778. 

55- 

ROBERT VAN RENSSELAER, 1740-1802. 

Colonel Eighth Regiment, Albany County, 1776. Brigadier-Gen- 
eral Albany County Militia, 1780. Member of Provincial Con- 
gress, 1775-1777- 
250. 



186 

STEPHEN VAN RENSSELAER, 1706-1747. 

Fourth Lord of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck. Captain, 1731. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1745. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1745. 

\ 

STEPHEN VAN RENSSELAER, 1742-1769. 

Fifth Lord of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck. Captain of Troop of 
Horse, 1764. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1768. Colonel, 1768. 
13- 

ADRIANE CORNELLISON VAN SCHAICK, 1642-1700. 
Captain of Foot in New York, 1689. 
328. 

GOOSZEN VAN SCHAICK, 1736-1789. 

Major Regiment of New York, 1759. Lieutenant-Colonel of First 
Regiment of New York, 1762. Lieutenant-Colonel of Second 
Regiment, New York, 1775. Colonel of First Battalion of 
New York, 1776. Colonel of Second Regiment, New York, 1775. 
Brigadier-General by Brevet, 1783. 
85. 

GOOSEN GERRITSEN VAN SCHAICK, -1676. 

Lieutenant Albany Troops, 1670. Captain, 1676. Indian Commis- 
sioner, as Magistrate of Fort Orange, 1649- 1664. 
24, 139, 142, 144, 210, 212, 333. 

SYBRANT GOSZENSE VAN SCHAICK, 1708- 
Mayor of Albany, 1756-1761. 
85. 

RUTGER JACOBSEN VAN SCHOENDENWOERDT, —about 
1665. 
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, as Magistrate of Albany, 1655, 
1656, 1660, 1661. 
56, 79, 90. 

JACOBUS VAN SCHOONHOVEN. -1749. 

Captain of a Company in Albany County, 17 15. 
143- 



187 

BRANT ARENTSE VAN SLICHTENHORST, —about 1660. 

Chief-Magistrate of Rensselaerwyck, and sat with the Magistrates 
of Fort Orange at Conference with Indians. 
37, 38, 47, 67, 120, 185, 218, 289. 

ELBERT ELBERTSE VAN STOOTHOOF, 1620-1688. 

One of the " Nine Men," 1649, 1650. Delegate from Flatlands to 
the Dutch Conventions of 1653, 1664, 1665. Captain of Amesfort 
Mihtia, 1673. 
46, no, III. 

ABRAHAM VAN WYCK, 1748- 1786. 

First Lieutenant Rombout Precinct, 1775. Captain, 1775. 
2. 

THEODORUS VAN WYCK, 1718-1776. 

Member of the Provincial Congresses from County of New York, 
1775-1776. 
2. 

JOSEPH VARNUM, 1672-1749. 

Colonel Massachusetts Militia, 1731. 
18. 19. 

GERRIT SYMONSE VEEDER, -1755. 

Lieutenant of one of the two Military Companies of Foot in 
Schenectady, 1715. 
137- 

ABRAM VERPLANCK (VER PLANCK), 

One of the "Twelve Men," 1641, 1643. 
5. 44, 55, 90, 117' 152, 192, 206, 236. 

GULIAN VERPLANCK (VER PLANCK), 1637-1684. 
Ensign of the Albany Troops, 1673. 
44- 117- 

PHILIP VERPLANCK (VER PLANCK), 1695-1771. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly for Cortlandt Manor, 
1734-1768. Ensign of a Military Company, 1722. 
262. 



188 

SAMUEL VERPLANCK (VER PLANCK), 1739-1820. 

One of the Committee of Safety of One Hundred. Member Pro- 
vincial Congress, 1775. 

117. ^ ■ 

SAMUEL VETCH, 



Colonel in Expedition against Canada, 1709-1711. Treaty Com- 
missioner from Massachusetts, 1705. Adjutant-General, 1709. 
Commander Massachusetts Forces. 
13- 

WILLL\M WADSWORTH, -1677. 

Deputy from Hartford to General Court of Connecticut Colony, 
I 656- I 675. 
126, 200, 258. 

JONATHAN WALCOTT, -1699. 

Lieutenant Provincial Troops of Massachusetts, 1685. Captain 
of a Troop of Horse at Salem, 1689. 
203. 

RESOLVED WALDRON, 1647-1690. 

Commissioner to Maryland to vindicate the Dutch title on the Dela- 
ware, 1659. Schout-Fiscaal at Harlem, 1661. 
370. 

JOHN WALKER, -1647. 

One of the Eighteen Original Proprietors who settled Procasset, or 
Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 1638. 
53- 

ANDREW WARD, 1587-1658. 

Commissioner from Massachusetts to govern Connecticut, 1635. 
Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1636-1640, 1648-1657. 
128, 132, 133, 156, 193. 

EDMUND WARD, -1732. 

Member of the New York Colonial Assembly for Westchester 
County, 1705-1709. 1710-1712. 
193- 



189 

PETER WARD, 1676-1763. 

Captain of Killingworth, Connecticut, Troops, 1731. 
128, 132, 133. 

DANIEL WARNER, 1734-1823. 

Captain Connecticut Troops, 1757. Captain in Continental Army, 
1776. 
188. 

RICHARD WARREN, 1590-1628. 

One of the Historic Founders of Plymouth Plantation. 
55, 67, 152, 257, 283, 284, 300, 415. 

RICHARD WATERMAN, 1590-1673. 

One of the Thirteen Original Proprietors of Providence Plantations. 
One of the Twelve Purchasers of Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642. 
Commissioner for Providence to the Court of Commissioners, 
1655, 1656, 1658. 

65. 

JOHN WATSON, 

Deputy for Kingstown to Assembly of Rhode Island, 1718, 1721, 
1722, 1724. 

65- 

ROBERT WATTS, 1678-1750. 

Member of the Governor's Council, Province of New York, 1715. 
124. 

JOHN WEBSTER, 1590-1661. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1656. Deputy-Governor, 1655. Magis- 
trate, 1639, 1654, 1655-1659. Commissioner of the United Col- 
onies, 1654. 
34, 62, 66, 88, 106, 126, 146, 154, 268, 302, 328, 350, 351, 378. 

ROBERT WEBSTER, 1676. 

Lieutenant, Middletown, Connecticut Colonv, Troops, 1654. 
268. 



190 

SAMUEL WELLES, 1630-1675. 

Captain of VVethersfield Company, 1670. Member of the Governor's 
Council, Connecticut Colony, 1675. ^ 

62, 154, 289. 

THOMAS WELLES, 1598-1660. 

Governor of the Connecticut Colony, 1655, 1658. Deputy-Gover- 
nor, 1654, 1656, 1657, 1659. First Treasurer of Connecticut 
Colony, 1639-1652. Secretary of the Colony, 1640-1648. Com- 
missioner to the United Colonies, 1649, 1659. Assistant, 1639- 
1654. 

10, 12, 43, 62, 74, 103, 104, 105, 126, 141, 154, 162, 167, 222, 260, 
289, 412. 

JAN WEMPLE, 

Lieutenant of one of the two Military Companies of Foot in 
Schenectady, 171 5. 
137- 

EVERT JANSEN WENDELL, 1615- about 1702. 

Acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs, as Magistrate of Fort 
Orange, 1660-1663. 
142, 144, 370. 

STUKELEY WESCOTT, 1592-1677. 

One of the Thirteen Original Proprietors of Providence Plantations. 
Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners, 165 1, 1652, 1653, 
1655, 1660. Representative to the Assembly, 165 1, 1652, 1656, 
1671. 

65. 

THOMAS WHEELER, -1686. 

Captain of Concord, Massachusetts, Horse Company, 1669. Cap- 
tain in King Philip's War, 1675. 
98. 

TIMOTHY WHEELER, 1601-1687. 

Captain of Militia Company, 1662. Representative to General 
Court, Massachusetts, 1663-1669, 1671, 1672. 
365- 



191 

JOHN WHEELWRIGHT, about 1592-1679. 

One of the Ministers active in forwarding the interests of the Colo- 
nies, prior to 1675. 
203. 

JOHN WHEELWRIGHT, 1664-1745. 

Member of Governor's Council, Massachusetts, 1708-1732. Major 
and Colonel of Colonial Militia. 
203. 

SAMUEL WHEELWRIGHT, about 1635-1700. 

Deputy to General Court, Massachusetts, 1677. Assistant, 1694- 
1699. Lieutenant and Captain, Massachusetts Troops, 1665. 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 1696-1699. 
203. 

NATHANIEL WHITE, 1629-1711. 

Captain of Connecticut Provincial Troops, 1690. Deputy to General 
Court, 1659-1685, 1687-1710. 
339. 341, 357- 

DANIEL WHITEHEAD, 1646-1704. 

Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1691-1694, 1695, 1698, 
1701-1704. Captain, 1694. 
48, 114. 

JOHN WHITING, 1635-1689. 

One of the Corporators named in the Charter of Connecticut, 1662. 
Chaplain for the Troops in King Philip's War, 1675. 
67. 

JOSEPH WHITING, 1680-1748. 

Deputy and Clerk of General Court of Connecticut, 1716, 1722, 1724. 
Assistant, 1725-1741. 
237- 

SAMUEL WHITING, -1679. 

One of the Ministers active in forwarding the interests of the Colony 
of Massachusetts, prior to 1675. 
162. 



192 

WILLIAM WHITING, -1647. 

Treasurer of the Colony of Connecticut, 1641-1647. Magistrate, 
1641-1643. Major of Hartford County Militia. 
31, 62, 6y, 237, 303. 

JOHN WICKES, 1609-1675. 

One of the twelve purchasers of Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642. As- 
sistant, 1650, 1656, 1666. Commissioner for Warwick to the 
Court of Commissioners, 165 1, 1652, 1655- 1663. Named in the 
Royal Charter granted by King Charles Second, 1663. Deputy 
for Warwick, 1664, 1665-1675. 
212, 386. 

SIMON WILLARD, 1605-1676. 

Lieutenant of Massachusetts Troops, 1637. Captain, 1646. Major, 
1654. Deputy from Concord to General Court of Massachusetts, 
1636-1654, excepting three years. Assistant, 1654-1676. 
86, 128, 132, 133, 307. 

THOMAS WILLETT, 1610-1674. 

Commanded the Military Company, as Captain, at Plymouth, Mas- 
sachusetts, 1647. Assistant, in Plymouth, 1651-1664. Commis- 
sioner to organize His Majesty's Government in the Province of 
New York, 1665. Mayor of the City of New York, 1665, 1667- 
1668. Member of Governor's Council, 1665-1672. Commis- 
sioner of Boundaries, 1650. 
43, 102, 186, 199, 221, 238, 275, 282. 

THOMAS WILLETT, 1645-1722. 

High-Sheriff of Queens County, 1683- 1689, 1707. Member of the 
New York Colonial Assembly, 1701, 1710-1726. Presiding Judge 
of the Court of Common Pleas, 1702, 1723. Member of the Gov- 
ernor's Council, 1691-1697. Lieutenant, 1673. Major, 1685. 
Colonel, 1686. 
46, no. 



193 

WILLIAM WILLETT, 1670-1733. 

Presiding Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Province of New 
York, 1721-1733. Colonel, 1722. Boundary Commissioner, 
1718, 1723. Member of the New York Colonial Assembly, 1701- 
1714, 1716-1738. 

46, no. III. 

BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, 1695-1775. 

Raised a Company to join in Expedition against Crown Point 
(Ticonderoga), 1756. 
152, 277. 

EPHRAIM WILLIAMS, 1691-1754. 

Colonel of Massachusetts Troops, 1753. 
69. 

ISAAC WILLIAMS, 1638-1707. 

Deputy from Newton to General Court of Massachusetts, 1692, 1695, 
1697, 1699, 1701, 1705. Lieutenant, 1677. 
202. 

JOHN WILLIAMS, 1692-1761. 

Deputy from Stonington to General Court of Connecticut, 1727, 
1739, 1748, 1753-1757. 1759- Captain, 1735. Major, 1739. 
Lieutenant- Colonel, 1746. 
202. 

JOSEPH WILLIAMS, 1708-1798. 

Colonel in the Massachusetts Colonial Line, 1755. 
252. 

ROGER WILLIAMS, 1599-1683. 

Recognized Historic Founder of the State of Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantations. One of the Patentees in the Royal 
Charter for Rhode Island, granted by King Charles Second, 1663. 
Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners, 1658, 1659, 1661. 
Assistant, 1647, 1648, 1664, 1665, 1670-1672. President of the 
Colony, 1654-1657. Captain, Providence Train Band during 
King Philip's War. 
220. 



194 

RICHARD WILLIAMS, 1606-1693. 

Representative from Taunton to the General Court of Plymouth 
Colony, 1645, 1646, 1648, 1650-165 1, 1653-1659, 1664, 1665. 
152. 

WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 1716-1801. 

Captain of the Fourth Company of Militia in Stonington, Connec- 
ticut, 1759. Representative to the General Court, 1775- 1784, 1785. 
202. 

JOHN WILLIS, -1692. 

Deputy from Bridgewater to the General Court of Plymouth, 1657- 
1682. 
420. 

JOHN WILSON, 1588-1667. 

One of the Founders of Harvard College. 
196. 

PETER WINNE, -1695. 

Magistrate at Willemstadt, 1674. Major of Militia at Albany, 1689. 
370. 

EDWARD WINSLOW, 1595-1655- 

Governor of Plymouth Colony, 1633, 1636, 1644. Assistant in Ply- 
mouth Colony, 1634, 1635, 1637,1638, 1642, 1643, 1645-1647, 1650. 
68. 

JOSIAH WINSLOW, 1605-1674. 

Deputy from Marshfield to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 
1643-1645, 1647, 1659, 1660. 
74, 219. 

KENELM WINSLOW, 1599-1672. 

Deputy from Marshfield to General Court of Plymouth Colony, 
1642-1645, 1649-1654. 
118, 119, 368. 



195 

JOHN WINTHROP, 1587-1649. 

Governor of the Colony of Massachusetts, 1630- 1633, 1637- 1639, 
1642, 1643, 1646-1648. Deputy-Governor, 1636, 1644, 1645. 
165, 166, 241, 296, 345. 

JOHN WINTHROP, 1606-1670. 

Governor of Connecticut, 1659-1667, 1668-1675. Magistrate of 
Massachusetts Colony, 1632, 1641, 1643, 1644-1649. Agent to 
England, 1641. 
165. 

HENRY WISNER, 1720-1790. 

Member of New York Colonial Assembly, 1759- 1769. Delegate 
to Continental Congress of 1775, 1776. Member of Provincial 
Congress for drawing up the Constitution of the State of New 
York, 1776. State Senator, 1777- 1782. 
282. 

WILLIAM WODELL, -1693. 

One of the twelve purchasers of Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642. 
Commissioner to the Court of Commissioners, 1656, 1663. 
Deputy, 1 664- 1 670, 1 672- 1 675, 1 680- 1 684, 1686. 
65. 

ERASTUS WOLCOTT, 1722-1793. 

Deputy frorri Windsor to the General Court of Connecticut, 1758- 
1776. Speaker of General Court of Connecticut, 1776. Chief 
Judge of County Court, 1760-1776. Colonel, 1774. Brigadier- 
General, 1776. 
126, 154. 

HENRY WOLCOTT, 1578-1655. 

Magistrate Connecticut Colony, 1643-1655. 
12, 15, 55, 62, 71, 167, 210, 212, 219, 303, 333. 

OLIVER WOLCOTT, 1726-1797. 

Member of the Continental Congress, 1775. Commissioner of In- 
dian Affairs, 1775. Signer of the Declaration of Independence, 
1776. Brigadier-General, 1777. 
12. 



196 

ROGER WOLCOTT, 1679-1767. 

Governor of the Colony of Connecticut, 1750-1754. Commissary 
of the Connecticut Stores in the Expedition against Canada, 171 1. 
Judge of the County Court, 1721. Judge of the Superior Court, 
1732. Deputy-Governor, and Chief Judge of the Superior Court, 
1 741. Led the Connecticut Troops in the Expedition against 
Cape Breton, and was appointed Major-General of the Army, 1745. 
12, 55, 113, 126, 154, 219, 303. 

NATHANIEL WOODHULL, 1722-1776. 

Major, 1754. Colonel, 1760. Member of the Assembly, 1675. 
Deputy to the Provincial Congress, 1775-1776. President pro 
tem. of the First Session Provincial Congress, 1775. President 
of the Second, Third and Fourth Sessions, 1776. President of the 
Provincial Congress, 1775- 1776. General in Command of Suf- 
folk and Queens County Troops, 1775. 
4, 14, 32, 49, 81, 83. 

RICHARD WOODHULL, 1649-1699. 

Delegate to the Convention of New York, 1673. 
4, 83. 

SAMUEL WOODRUFF, 1700-1768. 

Member of the King's Council in New Jersey, 1757. 1761-1768. 
388. 

MELANCTHON TAYLOR WOOLSEY, 1717-1758. 
Colonel of New York Provincial Troops, 1757. 
289. 

WILLIAM WORTHINGTON, 1695-1756. 

Preached the Election Sermon before the General Assembly of Con- 
necticut, 1746. 
12, 103, 141. 

GEORGE WYLLYS, 1590-1644. 

Governor of Connecticut Colony, 1642. Deputy-Governor. 1641. 
Magistrate, 1639, 1640, 1643, 1644. 
15, 71, 113, 138, 267, 354. 



197 

SAMUEL WYLLYS, 1632-1709. 

Assistant in Connecticut Colony, 1654-1685. Commissioner of the 
United Colonies, 1661, 1662, 1664, 1665, 1666. 
113, 267. 

JOHANNES WYNKOOP, -1730. 

Major of Kingston Troops, 1728. High-Sherifif of Ulster County. 
137- 

CHRISTOPHER YATES, 1737-1785. 

Captain of New York Provincial Troops under the Command of Sir 
William Johnson, 1757, 1758. Committee of Safety, 1775. 
173- 

ARGALL YEARDLEY, 1621-1655. 

Member of Council of State, 1643-1646, 1652, 1655. Colonel of 
Virginia Forces, 
201. 

ARGALL YEARDLEY, -1682. 

Captain Virginia Forces. Civil Officer and High-SherifY of North- 
ampton County, 1 680- 1 682, 
201. 

GEORGE YEARDLEY, about 1580-1627. 

Governor of Virginia, 1619-1621, 1626-1627. Acting Governor, as 
Member of the Council, 1616, 1617. Member of Council, 1621- 
1626. 
201. 



Life Members. 



Mrs. WILLIAM RHINELANDER, 
Mrs. JAMES M. LAWTON, 
Mrs. JOHN D. JONES, 
Mrs. OLIVER LIVINGSTON JONES, 
Miss LOUISE ELIZABETH JONES, 
Mrs. CHARLES ERNEST PELLEW, 
Mrs. henry G. TREVOR, 
Mrs. CHARLES W. WHIPPLE, 
Mrs. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT. 



1[n /Iftemonam. 



In den Heer ontslapen, 
So the forefathers said, 

When one has passed through Death to Life- 
She sleeps, she is not dead ! 



Mrs. WILLIAM KEYES PAYNE, died July 27, 1894. 
Mrs. CHARLES F. CHANDLER, died May 6, 1894. 
Mrs. JOHN TAYLOR COOPER, died March 6, 1896. 
Mrs. JOHN BRANDEGEE WOOD, died March 13, 1896. 
Mrs. EDWARD H. JEWETT, died October, 19, 1896. 
Mrs. JOEL WOLFE, died February 27, 1897. 
Mrs. ISAAC HENRY WALKER, died May 15, 1897. 
Mrs. GEORGE FOLGER CANFIELD, died July 15, 1897. 
Mrs. WILLIAM GREENOUGH, died November 27, 1897. 
Mrs. EDWARD H. BUTLER, died March 12, 1898. 



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Mrs. PIERRE VAN CORTLANDT, Vice-President of the Society, 
died at the Van Cortlandt Manor House at Croton, on January 12th, 
1895. She was the daughter of Theodoric Romeyn Beck, M. D,, author 
of a book on Medical Jurisprudence, a philanthropist and educator. 
Her early associations in Albany brought her in contact with the most 
prominent men of intellect and public influence of the day. At the 
age of eighteen, she married Colonel Pierre Van Cortlandt, and took 
up her residence at the historic Manor House, where, for fifty-nine 
years she held sway as a typical Lady of the Manor, a type that 
with her has passed away forever. Her work at Sing Sing Prison, 
and among the charitable institutions of Westchester County, placed 
her among the philanthropists of the century. As a historical student 
she occupied a high place, and was one of the few who could have 
written a reliable history of social life in Colonial New York. She was 
a true Colonial Dame, whose memory the Society may well cherish. 

Mrs. LYDIG M. HOYT, a member of the Board of Managers of the 
Society, and one of its most faithful workers, died at her residence in 
New York City, on April 17th, 1897. She inaugurated the giving of 
prizes and medals, in the Normal College, for Essays on Colonial 
History, and it was her intention to carry on this work in the Colleges 
and Schools throughout the State. Her wise counsel, and constant 
endeavor for all that was truest and best, made her a power for good 
in the Society, and her pure, earnest life left its impress on all who 
knew her. Zealous in all good works, her influence was widespread. 
Fearless in defense of all that was just and right, she was a friend 
"whose price was above rubies," and " her works praise her in the 
Gates." 

' ' Needs there the praise of the love-written record ? 
The name and the epitaph engraven on stone ? 
The things she has lived for, let them be her story ; 
She herself be remembered by what she has done." 



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Alphabetical Index of Members. 



A 

273— Abbe, Mrs. Robert. 
340— Abbott, Mrs. George B. 
210- Adams, Mrs. Walter Wood. 
132— Allen, Mrs. Frederic Percival. 
133— Allen, Miss Henrietta Ward. 
307— Allen, Miss Mary Percival. 
407— Andrews, Mrs. William Jvoring. 
112— Angell, Mrs. Edward Boynton. 
379— Anstice, Mrs. Henry. 
7— Atterbury, Mrs. Anson P. 

96 — Atterbury, Mrs. Lewis B. 

71— Atterbury, Miss Melissa D. 
388— Atocha, Miss Alice Lansing. 
410— Auchincloss, Mrs. Edgar S. 
266— Austin, Mrs. Francis B. 
249— Averell, Mrs. William J. 

B 

389— Baker, Mrs. Arthur Latham. 

36— Barber, Mrs. Thomas H. 
268— Barr, Mrs. William Rufus. 
399 — Barrows, Miss Harriet. 
400 — Barrows, Miss Louise. 
318— Bartlett, Miss Maud Willard. 
229— Baxter, Mrs. Elias George. 
418 — Beekman, Miss Heloise 
349— Beekman, Miss Josephine L. 

ID— Beekman, Mrs. William Bedlow. 
403— Beers, Miss Mary Elizabeth. 
100— Belknap, Mrs. Robert Lenox. 
277— Benson, Mrs. Richard Hoffman. 
246— Betts, Mrs. Frederic H. 
261— Bloodgood, Mrs. Robert Fanshawe, 

56 — Boardman, Mrs. Lansdale. 
305— Boswell, Mrs. Charles Partridge. 
188— Bosworth, Mrs. Frank H. 



204 

39— Bowers, Mrs. John M. 
385— Bowler, Mrs. George Pendleton. 
347— Brandegee, Mrs. John J. 
288— Breese, Miss Eloise Lawrence. 
376_Brewster, Mrs. E. Franklin. 
191— Brewster, Mrs. Henry C. 
377_Brewster, Miss Jane Eunice. 
348— Briggs, Mrs. Edward C. 
222— Britton, Mrs. Charles Price. 

85— Brodhead, Mrs. John Romeyn. 
316— Brookfield, Mrs. William. 
137 — Brower, Mrs. A. G. 
357 — Brown, Mrs. Charles S. 
219— Brown, Jr., Mrs. George Hunter. 
J27— Brown, Mrs. John Crosby. 
254— Brown, Mrs. John Marshall. 
274— Bull, Mrs. James Edgar. 
404— Burke, Mrs Charles R. 
*334_Butler, Mrs. Edward H. 

324— Butler, Miss Julia H. 

14— Butler, Mrs. Prescott Hall. 
361— Butler, Jr., Mrs. William Allen. 

156— Butterfield, Mrs. Frederick. 



118— Campbell, Mrs. Harriet Mumford. 
119— Campbell, Miss Maria Starkweather. 
293— Cameron, Mrs. Angus. 
*86— Canfield, Mrs. George Folger. 
365— Canning, Mrs. Reginald. 

91— Carpenter, Miss Mary Thorn, 
9— Chadwick, Mrs. F. E. 

69— Champney, Mrs. J. Wells. 
*75_chandler, Mrs. Charles F. 
105— Chauncey, Mrs. Elihu. 
384— Chittenden, Mrs. Simeon B. 
2 — Church, Mrs. Benjamin Silliman. 

60— Clarke, Miss Alletta Lawrence. 

61— Clarke, Miss Catharine M. 

68— Clarke, Miss Louise Watson. 
228— Clarke, Mrs. L. Ward. 

162— Clarke, Mrs. Wallace. 

57_Clarkson, Mrs. Bayard. 

50— Coffin, Mrs Julian Rose. 



205 

m 

383 — Coles, Mrs. Henry Rutgers Remsen. 
183 — Collins, Miss Rejoyce Ballance. 
279 — Cookinham, Mrs. Henry J. 
406 — Conyngham, Mrs. Thomas Dyer. 
*29 — Cooper, Mrs. John Taylor. 

5 — Cox, Mrs. Wilmot Townsend. 
182 — Coxe, Mrs. Alfred Conkling. 
174— Crane, Mrs. C. H. 
205 — Crary, Mrs. Robert Fulton. 

27 — Crosby, Miss Angelica Schuyler. 

26 — Crosby, Mrs. John Schuyler. 
114— Curtis, Mrs. Charles B. 

97 — Curtis, Mrs. Edward. 



314 — Danforth, Mrs. Henry G. 
160 — Davies, Mrs. Henry E. 
158 — de Forest, Mrs. Lockwood. 
317 — de Kay, Mrs. Sidney. 

58 — de Peyster, Miss Emily Maria. 
172 — Dexter, Miss Annie Breese. 
181— Dexter, Mrs. Stanley Walker. 
306 — Dimock, Mrs. Henry F. 
180— Doolittle, Mrs. Charles H. 
319 — Doremus, Mrs. Charles A. 
241 — Douglas, Mrs. George William. 
153 — Draper, Miss Lucie How. 
134 — Duane, Miss Anne Deas. 

75 — Dudley, Miss Helen Stuyvesant. 
402 — Duryee, Mrs. Joseph Rankin. 

79 — DuVal, Mrs. Horace Clark. 



123 — Earle, Mrs. Henry. 
309 — Eastman, Mrs. L. C. 

72 — Edwards, Miss Laura Jay. 
290 — Elseffer, Mrs. Jacob W. 
159 — Ellwood, Mrs. George May. 
247 — Elmendorf, Miss Mary Crooke. 

31— Ely, Mrs. Alfred. 

32 — Emmet, Mrs. Devereux. 
177 — Emmet, Mrs. William Temple. 
313 — Erickson, Mrs. A. Wentworth. 



206 



52 — Fairchild, Mrs. Charles S. 
I — Fairfax, Mrs. Hamilton R. 

17 — Fairfax, Mrs. Lindsay. 
216 — Ferris, Mrs. Isaac. 

55 — Ferris, Mrs. Morris Patterson. 
192 — Fitzgerald, Mrs. Louis. 
326 — Floyd-Jones, Mrs. Elbert. 
2,72 — Fogg, Mrs. Charles E. 

95— Ford, Mrs. Willis E. 
289 — Foster, Mrs. Joseph C. 
242 — Fowler, Mrs. Robert Ludlow. 
173 — Freeborn, Mrs. George Cornell. 
ZZZ — Fuertes, Mrs. Eltevan A. 
371 — Fuller, Mrs. Charles D. 



411— Gilbert, Miss Ellen G. 
251 — Glover, Mrs. James A. 
368— Goddard, Mrs. J. Warren. 
275 — Gould, Mrs. James Henry. 
140 — Grant, Miss Julia. 
271 — Green, Mrs. George Walton. 
298 — Green, Mrs. Walter Jerome. 
*257 — Greenough, Mrs. WiUiam. 

H 

294 — Hackstaff, Mrs. Charles L. 
130 — Haight, Mrs. Charles Coolidge. 
308 — Haight, Mrs. Frederick E. 
398 — Haldane, Miss Mary H. 
201 — Hall, Miss Margaret Seymour. 
166 — Halsey, Mrs. William L. 
264 — Hare, Mrs. J. Montgomery. 
258— Hart, Mrs. Henry Gilbert. 
412 — Hartley, Mrs. Marcellus. 
345— Hartley, Mrs. Wilfrid. 
260 — Hawley, Miss Frances Barnard. 
295 — Hedges, Mrs. Charles H. 
350 — Hendrick, Mrs. Ellwood. 
259 — Hicks, Mrs. Thomas. 
397 — Higginson, Mrs. Francis J. 
47 — Hillhouse, Mrs. James. 



207 

212 — Hillhouse, Miss Margaret Prouty. 
386 — Hillhouse, Mrs. Thomas. 
154 — Hitchcock, Mrs. Ripley. 
236 — Hoadley, Jr., Mrs. George. 
327— Hoe, Mrs. Robert. 

33— Hoes, Mrs. William M. 
145 — Hoffman, Mrs. Eugene A. 
149— Hoffman, Mrs. Samuel Verplanck. 

81 — Horn, Miss Annie Lawrence. 
356— Houghton, Mrs. William A. 
193— Howland, Mrs. Alfred Cornelius. 

64— Hoyt, Mrs. Louis T. 
*24— Hoyt, Mrs. Lydig M. 
252— Hoyt, Mrs. William E. 

8 — Hudson, Mrs. Susan E. Johnson. 
161— Hunt, Mrs. Charles H. 
382— Hulbert, Mrs. William P. 

62— Hutchins, Mrs. Waldo. 

I 

93— Innes, Miss Elizabeth Rickard. 



J 

352— Jackson, Mrs. Joseph C. 
217— Jackson, Mrs. William Bennett. 
263— Jenkins, Mrs. Sylvanus F. 
*I46— Jewett, Mrs. Edward H. 
369 — Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Breeze. 

44 — Johnson, Miss Edith. 
276— Johnson, Mrs. John Q. A. 
117— Johnson, Mrs. Samuel William. 

46 — Jones, Mrs. John D. 

78 — Jones, Miss Louise Elizabeth. 

54— Jones, Mrs. Oliver Livingston. 
116— Jones, Mrs. Walter Mott. 

K 

408— Kane, Mrs. Theodore F. 
139— Kent, Jr., Mrs. James. 
373— Kernan, Miss Elizabeth Butler. 
231— Kingsland, Mrs. William M. 
278 — Knower, Mrs. Benjamin. 



208 



395 — Lampman, Mrs. Lewis. 
325 — Landon, Mrs. Edward H. 
374 — Lansing, Miss Abby Spencer. 
311 — Lansing, Mrs. Gerrit Yates. 
265 — Lawrence, Mrs. Abraham Riker. 
214 — Lawrence, Miss Caroline T. 

83 — Lawrence, Miss Hannah Newbold. 
303 — Lawrence, Mrs. John L. 

4 — Lawrence, Miss Ruth. 
370 — Lawton, Mrs. George P. 

42 — Lawton, Mrs. James Marsland. 
355— Lea, Mrs. Edward T. 
168 — Leavitt, Mrs. John Brooks. 
337 — Lefferts, Mrs. Frederic R. 
237 — Leffingwell, Mrs. Christopher Starr. 
315— Little, Mrs. David. 
224 — Little, Mrs. William Seelye. 

38 — Livingston, Miss Charlotte L. 

30 — Livingston, Miss Clarisse Hazeltine. 
169 — Livingston, Mrs. Henry Beekman. 
343 — Livingston, Mrs. Herman T. 
120 — Livingston, Miss Julia Raymond. 

II — Livingston, Mrs. Philip S. 

21 — Livingston, Mrs. Robert E. 
239 — Livingston, Mrs. WilHam S. 
175 — Lorillard, Jr., Mrs. Pierre. 



M 

329 — Manning, Mrs. Daniel. 
282— Marean, Mrs. Josiah T. 
413— Martin, Miss Susan Taber. 
392— Martin, Mrs. William M. 

87 — Maynard, Mrs. John Frederick. 
338— McAllister, Miss Julia G. 
170— McClure, Mrs. William H. 
245— Merrill, Mrs. Charles D. 
341 — Merrill, Mrs. Payson. 
375— Merritt, Mrs. Douglas. 
387— Middleton, Miss Margaret. 

40 — Miller, Miss Blandina Dudley. 
285— Miller, Miss Catharine de Navarre. 



209 

335 — Miller, Mrs. Edmond E. 

66 — Miller, Miss Helen Lincklaen. 
189— Miller, Mrs. J. Blackburn. 

20 — Miller, Mrs. John Bleecker. 
320— Minturn, Miss E. T. 
243 — Mitchell, Mrs. Edward. 
244 — Mitchell, Miss Elsie. 
286 — Montsaulnin, Comtesse de. 
176 — Moody, Mrs. Joseph Ledlie. 
401 — Moore, Mrs. John Godfrey. 
301 — Morgan, Jr., Mrs. James L. 
121 — Morgan, Mrs. J. Pierpont. 

82 — Morgan, Mrs. Junius S. 
405 — Morgan, Miss Louisa Pierpont. 
287 — Morgan, Miss Ruth. 
124 — Morton, Mrs. Levi P. 
390— Mott, Mrs. John T. 
186 — Myers, Mrs. John H. 
299 — Myers, Mrs. Michael. 
200 — Mynderse, Mrs. Wilhelmus. 



N 

199 — Neely, Mrs. Henry A. 

113 — Nevins, Miss Cornelia Leonard. 

267 — Nevins, Miss Louisa Emily. 

206 — NewHn, Mrs. Thomas S. 

296 — Nichols, Mrs. James E. H. 

256 — Nichols, Mrs. William. 

262 — Nickerson, Jr., Mrs. Thomas White. 

23 — Nicoll, Miss Annie. 
393 — Nicoll, Mrs. Henry D. 
269 — Norwood, Miss Catharine. 

37 — Nourse, Mrs. Charles J. 
300 — Nye, Miss Ellen Rose. 



o 



106 — Oakman, Mrs. Walter George. 
204 — Olcott, Mrs. Eben Erskine. 

34 — Osborn, Mrs. Henry Fairfield. 
360 — Osborn, Mrs. John H. 

63 — Ostrander, Mrs. Charles F. 



210 



394 — Parker, Mrs. James H. 

292 — Parsons, Mrs. William Barclay. 

283 — Patterson, Miss Caroline Romans. 

284 — Patterson, Miss Jessie. 

*4i — Payne, Mrs. William Keyes. 

185— Peabody, Mrs. Charles A. 

59— Pell, Mrs. Rowland. 

^y — Pellew, Mrs. Charles Ernest. 

48— Pellew, Mrs. Henry E. 
178— Peltz, Mrs. John de Witt. 
330 — Perin, Mrs. Frank L. 
19s — Perkins, Miss Elizabeth B. 
302 — Perkins, Mrs. Henry Clark. 
135 — Perkins, Mrs. Newton. 
248— Perkins, Mrs. William H. 
198 — Phelps, Mrs. Henry Delafield. 
391 — Phelps, Mrs. Isaac N. 
207— Piatt, Mrs. Julia C. J. 
414 — Pine, Mrs. John B. 
358— Pitkin, Miss Sarah Baldwin. 
351 — Pomeroy, Miss Grace Virginia. 
IC4 — Potter, Miss Anna. 
203 — Prime, Miss Kate. 
234 — Proctor, Miss Anne Dalusia. 
23s — Proctor, Miss Lomy Redfield. 
297 — Proctor, Mrs. Thomas Redfield. 
312— Proctor, Mrs. F. T. 
280 — Provoost, Miss Sarah Merwin. 
321 — Pruyn, Mrs. John V. L. 
179 — Purdon, Mrs. John. 

84 — Pyne, Mis. Moses Taylor. 

R 

107 — Rankin, Mrs. James M. 
197 — Remington, Mrs. Eliphalet. 

28 — Remsen, Mrs. Phoenix. 

16 — Rhinelander, Mrs. Philip. 

53— Rhinelander, Mrs. T. J. Oakley. 
6 — Rhinelander, Mrs. William. 
208 — Robinson, Mrs. Arthur. 

89 — Robinson, Mrs. Jeremiah Potter, 
no — Robison, Mrs. William. 



2il 

328— Roe, Mrs. Charles F. 
381— Roe, Mrs. John O. 
419 — Rodgers, Mrs. Augustus F. 
194 — Rogers, Mrs. Archibald. 
226 — Rogers, Mrs. P. V. 
35 — Roosevelt, Mrs. Hilborne L,. 
167— Roswell-Smith, Mrs. 
331— Russel, Mrs. Walter S. 



211— Sage, Mrs. William Henry. 

409— Saltus, Mrs. Francis H. 

142 — Sampson, Mrs. Martin Wright. 

147— Sands, Mrs. William R. 
73— Satterlee, Miss Madeline Le Roy. 

221 — Scarborough, Miss Alice. 

102 — Scarborough, Mrs. Theodore Woolsey. 

184— Schaeffer, Mrs. Charles .Ashmead. 

163 — Schenck, Miss Emma. 
80 — Schuyler, Miss Fanny. 
d" — Schuyler, Mrs. Montgomery. 

144— Schuyler, Mrs. Walter S. 

215 — Seymour, Mrs. Horatio. 

223— Sheffield, Mrs. F. W. H. 

43— Shelton, Miss Helen F. King. 
281— Shepherd, Mrs. William Edgar. 
240 — Shippen, Miss Ettie. 

136 — Short, Mrs. Edward Lyman. 
359— Skeel, Jr., Mrs. Roswell. 
339— Slade, Mrs. George P. 
131— Sloan, Mrs. Samuel. 
396— Smith, Mrs. Arthur Cosslett. 
346— Smith, Mrs. Charles Edwin. 
270 — Smith, Mrs. Edmund Munroe. 

51— Smith, Mrs. L. Bayard. 
378— Smith, Mrs. Richmond Mayo. 
367— Smith, Mrs. Wilton Merle. 
291— Spence, Mrs. Thomas W. 
202 — Stanton, Mrs. Louis Lee. 
420— Stebbins, Mrs. James H. 
141— St. George, Mrs. Etienne. 
138— Stimson, Mrs. Daniel M. 
342 — Stimson, Mrs. Henry L. 
354 — Stimson, Miss Margaret. 



212 

304 — Stoddard, Mrs. Chauncey. 
250 — Strong, Mrs. Alan Hartwell. 
171 — Struthers, Miss Irva. 
103 — Stuart, Mrs. Homer H. 

88 — Sturges, Mrs. Henry Cady. 

45 — Sutton, Jr., Mrs. Woodruff. 
272 — Swan, Mrs. Joseph R. 



187 — Taber, Miss Mary. 

363 — Taylor, Miss Louisa Webster. 

126 — Teall, Mrs. Florence Bissell. 

362 — Thompson, Mrs. Frederick F. 

157 — Thompson, Mrs. William A. 

255 — Thompson, Mrs. William Gilman. 

Ill — Thorn, Mrs. Conde Raguet. 

143 — Thome, Mrs. Jonathan. 

loi — Tibbits, Miss Mary Bleecker Seymour. 

90 — Tibbits, Miss Sarah Bleecker. 
344— Tillman, Mrs. Walter P. 
151— Tone, Mrs. T. Wolfe. 
227 — Tower, Mrs. Joseph Tuckerman. 
415 — Townsend, Jr., Mrs. Edward Mitchell. 

13 — Townsend, Mrs. Howard. 

25 — Townsend, Mrs. S. Van Rensselaer. 

70 — Trevor, Mrs. Henry G. 
3— Turnbull, Miss Katherine E. 

V 

220 — Van Allen, Mrs. Garrett A. 

115 — Van Cleef, Mrs James Spencer. 

92 — Van Cortlandt, Miss Anne S. 
*22 — Van Cortlandt, Mrs. Pierre. 
148 — Vanderbilt, Mrs. Cornelius. 
152 — Vanderpoel, Miss Mary Van Buren. 
log — Van Rensselaer, Miss Elizabeth K. 
164 — Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Eugene. 

15 — Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Kiliaen. 
196 — Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Maunsell. 
253 — Van Rensselaer, Mrs. William Bayard. 
366 — Van Santvoord, Miss Anna Townsend. 
322 — Van Wyck, Mrs. Albert. 

18 — Varnum, Miss Amy Lenox. 



213 

19 — Varnum, Miss Susan Graham. 
336 — Velasquez, Miss Mariana. 

12 — Verplanck, Mrs. Samuel. 
155— Ver Planck, Mrs. William Gordon. 



w 

*222 — Walker, Mrs. Isaac Henry. 
332— Walker, Jr., Mrs. Joseph. 
218— Walker, Mrs. William A. 
209 — Walsh, Mrs. James W. 
323 — W^arren, Mrs. George Henry. 
165 — Washburn, Mrs. Louis Cope. 

65 — Watson, Miss Lucy Carlile. 

98— Watson, Mrs. William H. 
128 — Webb, Mrs. William Watson. 

74— Wells, Miss Julia Chester. 
122 — Wendell, Mrs. Benjamin Rush. 
125— Wetherill, Mrs. J. Bloomfield. 
108 — Wheaton, Mrs. Frank. 

99 — Wheeler, Mrs. Charles B. 

94 — Whipple, Mrs. Charles W. 
364 — White, Mrs. Horatio Stevens. 
380 — White, Mrs. M. Morris. 

49 — White, Mrs. Stanford. 
150 — Wickes, Mrs. Thomas Parmelee. 
353 — Wilhelmi, Mrs. Louis. 
416 — Williams, Mrs. George Norton. 
225— Williams, Mrs. H. S. 
*I90 — Wolfe, Mrs. Joel. 
213 — Wood, Mrs. Francis G. 
*230 — Wood, Mrs. John Brandegee. 
238 — Woodbury, Mrs. Theodore 
129 — Wooton, Mrs. Edwin H. Clarence. 



Y 

233 — Young, Mrs. William Hopkins. 

z 

417 — Zabriskie, Mrs. N. Lansing. 



Deceased. 



Index of Ancestors. 

These numbers refer to members, and not pages. 

Abell, Johannes, 1667-171 1-12. 208, 360. 

Adams, Henry, 1604-1676. 34, 333. 

Adams, John, 1735-1826. 215. 

Alden, David, 1646-1719. 200. 

Alden, John, 1599-1687. 17, 38, 150, 159, 200, 211, 215, 245, 274. 

Alexander, James, 1691-1756. 31, 42, 335. 

Allen, Roger, 1674. 278. 

Allyn, Matthew, 1604-1670. 126, 154, 258. 

Alsop, Richard, 1728-1776. 22,']. 

Angell, Thomas, 1618-1694. 318. 

Antill, Edward, 1701-1770. 95. 

Appleton, John, 1622-1699. 195. 

Armistead, John. 129. 

Arnold, Benedict, 1615-1678. 64, 356. 

Arnold, Richard, 1642-1710. 210, 212. 

Arnold, Thomas, 1599-1675. 65. 

Ashfield, Lewis Morris, 1724-1789. 51, 149. 

Atherton, Humphrey, 1609-1661. 149, 200, 258. *" 

Avery, James, 1620- 1700. T^t 2)7 2>- 

Avery, John, 1654. 7i- 

Avery, John, 1682. 78. 

Bache, Richard, 1737-1811. 134. 

Baker, Thomas, 1618-1700. 293. 

Baldwin, Theophilus, 1694-1745. 222. 

Bancker, Evert 1665-1734. 137, 393. , 

Baulstone, William, 1600- 1678. 65. 

Barber, Stephen, 1724-1806. 308. 

Bard, Peter, 1679-1734. 53, 130, 343. 

Bard, Peter, 1712-1769. 53. 

Barker, James, 1623-1702. 220. 

Barker, William, 1662-1741. 220. 

Barron, William, 1734-1784. 162. 

Bayard, Nicholas, 1644-1709. i, 17, 13, 42, 158. 

Bayard, Samuel, 1669-1745. 13, 42. 



216 

Bayard, Stephen, 1700. i, 7, 13. 

Beekman, Geradus, 1653-1723. 31, 56, 57, 58, 136, 139, 161, 262. 

Beekman, Henricus, 1688-1776. 24. 

Beekman, Henricus, 1652-1716. 2, 24, 31, 67, 120, 124. 

Beekman, William, 1623-1707. 2, 24, 31, 56, 57, 58, (yy, 92, 120, 124, 136. 

Beers, Richard, 1612-1675. 399, 400. 

Berry, Nathaniel, 1690-1757. 222. 

Betts, Richard, 1713. 2yj. 

Bevan, John Ap, 1646-1721. 97. 

Bevier, Louis, 1684-1753. 233. 

Bevier, Louis, 1647-1720. 233. 

Bishop, James, 1691. 322. 

Bissell, John, 1591-1677. 126, 328. 

Blackwell, Jacob, 1717-1780. 107. 

Blackwell, Robert, 1717. 107. 

Blakeman, Adam, 1598-1665. 196, 239. 

Bleecker, Jan Jansen, 1642-1732. 5, 9, 40, 85, 90, loi, 146, 206. 

Bleecker, Johannes, 1668-1738. 85. 

Bleecker, Rutger, 1675-1756. 5, 9, 108, 206, 256, 285. 

Borden, Richard, 1601-1671. 220. 

Boudinot, Elisha, 1749-1819. 15, 71. 

Bradford, William, 1590-1657. 17, 62, 126, 127, 138, 159, 200, 268, 

303, 30s, 306, 325, 361, 387. 
Bradford, William, 1624-1703. 17, 62, 126, 127, 159, 200, 268. 
Bradstreet John, 1711-1774. 175, 187. 
Bradstrcet, Simon, 1603-1697. 69, 162, 217. 
Branch, Christopher, 1591-1681. 319. 
Brewster, William, 1643. 87, 200. 
Briggs, John, 1609- 1690. 98. 
Brinton, William, 1674. 114. 
Brockholles, Anthony. 48, 218. 
Brodhead, Daniel, 1667.* 22, 92, 271. 
Bromfield, Edward, 1648-1734. 196. 
Bronck, Jan Leendertse, 1723-1794. 395. 
Brown, Chad, 210, 212. 
Brown, Hackaliah, 1784. T^. 
Brown, John, 1584-1662. 65, 282. 
Brown, Thomas, 1645-1709. 123. 
Browne, William. 123. 
Budd, Thomas, 1698. 270. 
Buell, David, 1679-1749. 225. 
Buell, Samuel, 1641-1720. 126, 128, 132. 
Buell, Samuel, 1663-1732. 128, 132. 
Bulkley, Gershom, 1636-1713. 300. 



217 

Bulkley, Peter, 1583-1658-9. 300. 
Bulkley, Peter, 1688. 162. 
Bullard, Samuel, 1667-1727. 123. 
Burnett, William, 1791. 102. 
Burrill, Ebenezer, 1679-1761. 67, 120. 
Burrill, John, 1631-1703. dy. 
Burrill, Ebenezer, 1702-1778. (y-j, 120. 
Burr, John, 1673-1750. 156. 
Bushnell, Richard, 1652-1727. 219. 

Calhoun, Andrew, 1794. 270. 

Calhoun, John, 1757. 270. 

Caulkins, Hugh, 1600-1690. 185, 188, 370. 

Campbell, Samuel, 1738-1824. 118, 224. 

Carr, Caleb, 1624-1695. 320. 

Carter, John, 1669. 129. 

Carter, John, 1690-1743. 129. 

Carter, Robert, 1663-1732. 129. 

Cave, Benjamin, 1762. 319. 

Champion, Henry, 1723- 1797. 228. 

Champion, Judah, 1729-1810. 31. 

Chandler, John, 1665-1743. 55. 

Chandler, John, 1693-1762. yy. 

Chapman, Robert, 1616-1687. 129. 

Champman, Robert, 1646-1711. 129. 

Chauncey, Charles, 1592-1672. 10, 12, 103, 141, 167, 237, 268, 300, 359. 

Chauncey, Nathaniel, 1681-1756. 12, 141, 268. 

Cheekley, Anthony, 1636-1708. 153. 

Chester, John, 1635-1698. 74, 126, 154. 

Chester, John, 1656-171 1. 74. 

Chester, John, 1703-1771. 74. 

Chester, John, 1748- 1809. 74. 

Chittenden, William, 1594-1661. 12, 103, 167. 

Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718. 55. 

Church, Charles, 1682-1746. 55. 

Clap, Preserved, 1643-1720. 258. * 

Clap, Roger, 1609-1691. 258. 

Clap, Thomas, 1703-1767. 138. 

Clark, Jeremiah, 1671. 98, 220. 

Clark, John, 1673. 74, 258. 

Clark, Walter, 1640-1714. 65. 

Clark, William, 1609-1690. 222, 362. 

Clark, William, 1656-1725. 222. 

Clarke. Daniel, about 1623-1710. 12. 55, 126. 154, 219. 303. 



218 

Clarke, Weston, 1648-1728. 98. 

Clarkson, Matthew, 1660-1702. 151, 189. 

Claypoole, James, 1631-1687. 148; 242, 281. 

Coddington, William, 1601-1678. 202, 223. 

Coffin, Peter, 1631-1715. 301. ^ 

Coffin, Tristram, 1605-1681. 62, 231, 232, 268, 282, 380. 

Coggeshall, John, 1591-1647. 65, 98, 220. 

Coit, Samuel, 1708-1792. 55, 213, 389. 

Colden, Cadwalader, 1688-1776. 292. 

Collier, William, 1670. 55, 200. 

Collins, Edward, 1603-1689. 31, 67, 303. 

Comstock, Gideon, 1709. 212. 

Comstock, Samuel, 1654-1727. 210, 212. 

Cooke, Francis, 1577-1663. (>T. 

Cooke, Joseph Platte, 1729-1818. 10. 

Cortelyou, Jacques, 1693. 114. 

Cotton, John, 1585-1652. 69. 

Cowpland, David, 1779. 196. 

Cranston, John, 1626-1680. 220. 

Cranston, Samuel, 1659-1727. 220. 

Crary, John, i685-i759- 7Z- 

Cruger, Henry, 1707-1778. 53. 

Cruger, John, 1744. 6, 53. 

Curtis, William, 1718-1702. 269. 

Cuyler, Hendrick, 1637-1691. 6, yj, 38, 47, 48, 53, 55, 56, TZ, 185, 218. 

Cuyler, Johannes, 1661. 210, 212. 

Danforth, Nicholas, 1638. 196. 

Danforth, Thomas, 1622-1699. 162. 

Decker, Cornelius. 233. 

De Forest, Isaac, 1616. 370. 

De Kay, Thomas, 1697-1758. 25, 204, 366, 367. 

De Lancey, Etienne, 1663-1741. 124. 

De Lancey, James, 1703-1760. 99, 160. 

de Loper, Jacob, 1650. 67, 120. 

de Meyer, Nicholas, 1691. 55, 142, 144, 184, 215. 

Demorest, David, about 1625. 328. 

Dennison, George, 1620-1694. 10, 12, 103, 141, 202, 211, 223, 273, 377. 

de Normandie, Abraham, 1688-1757. 53. 

Denton, Richard, 1586-1662. 179. 

de Peyster, Abraham, 1728. 2, 21, 92. 

de Peyster, Johannes, 1666-1711. 55, 57, 58, 136, 161. 

de Peyster, Johannes, 1620-1685. 31, 42, 55, 57, 58, 100, 136, 161, S^o- 

de Peyster, Johannes, 1694-1789. 55, 92. 

De Sille, Nicasius, about 1600. 216, 326. 



219 

der Witt, Petrus, 1722-1790. 233. 

der Witt, Tjerck, 1683- 1762. 233. 

Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747. 239. 

Dickerson, Nathaniel, 1615-1676. 239. 

Doane, John, 1662. 127. 

Douglas, John, 1703-1776. 188. 

Douw, Jonas, 1736. 55. 

Douw, Petrus, 1692-1775. 55. 

Douw, Volckert Janzen, about 1681. 55, 73, 204. 

Douw, Volckert Peter, 1720-1801. 55, 92. 

Duane, James, 1733-1797. 5, 9, 20. 

DuBois, Philip, 1690. 233. 

Dudley, Joseph, 1647-1720. 165. 

Dudley, Thomas, 1576-1653. 15, 69, 71, 113, 114, 138, 162, 165, 166, 279, 327. 

Dudley, William, 1701. 67, 87. 

Dummer, Jeremiah, 1645-1718. 196. 

Dwight, Timothy, 1694-1771. 102. 

Dwight, Timothy, 1650. 102. 

Earl, William, 1640-1715. 203. 

Earle, Ralph, 1606-1678. 65, 203. 

Easton, Nicholas, 1593-1675. 98, 220. 

Easton, Peter, 1622-1694. 98, 220. 

Eaton, Theophilus, 1658. 316. 

Edwards, Timothy, 1669-1758. 43, 237. 

Elderkin, Jedediah, 1702-1794. 118, 224. 

Eliot, John, 1604-1690. 114. 

Ellicott, Joseph, 1732-1780. 114, 314. 

Ellsworth, David, 1709-1782. 62, 154. 

Ellsworth, Oliver, 1745-1807. 62, 154, 167. 

Elmendorph,. Coenradt, 1669-1737. 5, 9, 131, 145, 146, 247, 262, 332, 347. 

Ely, John, 1737-1800. ID, 12, 103, 141. 

Evans, Evan, 1734-1794. 270. 

Evans, John, 1700-1738. 270. 

Fauconnier, Pierre, 1660-1749, 53, 371. 
Feake, Robert, 1668. 79. 
Ferner, Arthur, 1662-1703. 379. 
Field, Peter, 1640-1707. 319. 
Filkin, Henry, 1713. 397, 398. 
Fitch, James, 1622-1702. 212, 333. 
Fitch, James, 1649-1727. 126. 
Fitzhugh, William, 1721-1798. 122, 197. 
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. 134. 



220 

Freeman, Edmund, about 1519-1682. 87, 300, 344. 

Freeman, Edmund, 1620. 300. 

Freeman, John, 1622-1719. 87. 

French, PhiHp, 1667-1707. 48, 218. 

Floyd, Richard, 1705. 14. ^ 

Floyd, Richard, 1665-1728. 4, 46, no, in, 117, 199, 238. 

Floyd, William, 1734-1821. 199, 238, 291. 

Gallup, John, 1675. 10, 12, 73, 103, 127, 141, 211. 

Gardiner, George, 1677. 370. 

Gardiner, Lion, 1599-1663. 34, 54, 78, 82, 115, 116, 142, 144, 147, 309. 

Gardner, John, 1624-1706. 260. 

Gardner, Richard, 1688. 231, 232, 301. 

Gardner, Samuel, 1648-1723. 203. 

Gardner, Thomas, 1592-1674. 203, 231, 232, 301. 

Gaylord, William, 1 585-1673. 394. 

Gerry, Elbridge, 1744-1814. 59. 

Gibbs, Benjamin, 1677. 201. 

Gilbert, Nathaniel, 1689-1756. 237. 

Glen, Alexander Lindsay (Lander Liendertsen), 1683. 374, 370. 

Glenn, Johannes Alexander, 1648-1731. 137, 204. 

Glover, John, 1600-1653. 87. 

Gold, Nathan, 1694. 126. 

Gold, Nathan, 1663-1723. 77. 

Goodrich, David, 1667-1755. 10, 12, 103, 141, 167. 

Gookin, Daniel, 1612-1687. 62, 268. 

Gookin, Samuel, 1652-1730. 62, 268. 

Gorham, John, 1621-1675. 231, 232, 263, 301, 313, 376. 

Gorham, John, 1652-1716. 231, 232. 

Gorton, Samuel, 1592-1657. 212, 246. 

Graham, James, 1701. 31, 51, 139, 149, 181, 206. 

Grant, Noah, 1718-1756. 140. 

Green, William, 1722. 239. 

Greene, John, 1620- 1708. 320. 

Greenleaf, Stephen, 1628-1690. 62, 74, 268. 

Greenleaf, Stephen, 1652-1743. 62, 268. 

Gregson, Thomas, 1647. 237. 

Griswold, Edward, 1607-1691. 10, 12, 67, 103, 126, 128, 132, 133, j^j^ 1^2, 167, 200. 

Griswold, Francis, 1635-1671. 152, 200. 

Griswold, John, 1652-1717. 128, 132, 133. 

Griswold, Matthew, 1714-1799. 55, 113, 219. 

Groesbeck, Stephen, 1744. 3. 



221 



Habersham, James, 1712-1775. 194. 

Hall, Asahel, 1707-1795. 278. 

Hall, Hugh, 1693-1773. 201. 

Hallett, Joseph, 1731-1799. 199, 238. 

Hallett, William, 1647-1729. 100, 199, 238. 

Hamlin, Giles, 1622-1689. 186, 363. 

Hamlin, Jabez, 1709-1791. 196, 363. 

Hamlin, John, 1658-1732. 363. 

Hand, Daniel, 1732-1816. 87, 133. 

Harris, John, 1800. 319. 

Harris, Thomas, 1583. 319. 

Harris, William, 1678. 319. 

Haring, Pieter, 1664-1732. 5, 9, 20, no. 

Hart, Thomas, 1643-4-1726. 297. 

Hasbrouck, Jacob, Jr., 1728-1806. 233. 

Hathaway, John, 1629-1705. 87. 

Hatch, Timothy, 1695-1776. 222. 

Hathorne, William, 1607-1681. 188. 

Hawkins, Anthony, 1674. 165, 166. 

Hawley, Joseph, 1603-1690. 62, 260. 

Haynes, John, 1594-1654. 15, 71, 74, 87, 113, 138, 267. 

Haynes, John, 1669-1713. 87. 

Hazard. Robert, 1689-1762. 65. 

Hazard, Thomas, 1616-1680. 199, 238. 

Hicks, Thomas, 1642-1717. 38, 78. 

Hicks, John, 1672. 78. 

Hill, Edward, 1638-1700. 129. 

Hillhouse, William, 1728-1816. 210, 212, 223- 

Hoffman, Martinus, 1706-1772. 185, 294. 

Hoffman, Nicholas, 1680-1750. 185. 

Holden, Randall, 1612-1692. 210, 212, 386. 

Hollister, John, 1612-1665. 62, 98, 289. 

Hollinsworth, Valentine, 1710. 270. 

Holyoke, Edward, 1660. 74, 154, 162. 

Holyoke, Elizur, 1676. 74. 

Hooker, John, 1664-5-1733. 282 

Hooker, Samuel, 1635-1697. 186, 282. 

Hooker, Thomas, 1586-1647. 43, 44, 102, 186, 199, 238. 

Howell, Edward, 1584-1653. 115, 116, 203. 

Howell, John, 1624-1696. 115, 116, 203. 

Howell, Samuel, 1728-1809. 2. 

Howland, John, 1673. 138, 231, 232, 243, 301, 384. 

Hoyt, Jonathan, 1683-1768. 261. 

Hoyt, Walter, 1618-1698. 169, 287. 



222 

Hubbard, William, 1595-1670. 219. 
Huntington, Jabez, 1691-1732. 74. 
Huntington, Jabez, 1719-1786. 74. 
Huntington, Joshua, 1698-1743. 74. 
Hurd, Richard, 1720-1792. 123. 
Hussey, Christopher, 1599-1686. 231, 232. 
Hyde, Daniel, 1694-1770. 370. 

Ingoldsby, Richard, 1719. 155. 

Jackson, John, 1725. 54, no. 

Jackson, Michael, 1708-1789. 179. 

Jackson, Robert, 1686. 54. 

Jackson, William, 1745-1824. 179. 

Jansen, Johannes, 1660. 67. 

Jay, John, 1745- 1829. 48. 

Jefferson, Thomas, 1678-1791. 319. 

Johannes, Menne, 1664. 328. 

Johnson, Edward, 1599-1672. 69, 127. 

Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819. 8, 117. 

Johnson, Samuel, 1696-1772. 44. 

Johnstone, John, 1661-1732. 10. 

Jones, David, 1699-1775. 46, no, iii. 

Jones, Thomas, 1665-1713. 5, 9, 20, 54, 78, 91, 94, no, 227. 

Judson, James, 1650-1721. 12, 141. 

Kaine (or Kane), John, 1734-1808. 67, 120. 
Kellogg, Joseph, about 1627-1707. 223. 
Kettelhuyn, Daniel, 1674 about 1717. 298, 391. 
Keyes, John, 1745-1824. 118, 119. 
Kingsbury, Ebenezer, 1716. 381. 
Kinnicut, Edward, 1615-1654. 65. 
Kissam, Benjamin, I728-'I782. 251. 
Knowles, Samuel, 1651-1737. 87. 
Kollock, Jacob, 1683-1771. Z7, 38, 47, 78. 
Kype, Hendrick, 1576. 16, 155, 370. 

Landon, James, 1722-1785. 31. 

Lansing, Jacob, 1614-1691. 204. 

Lathrop, John, 1584-1653. 74, 152, 370. 

Lawrence, John, 1659-1729. 4, 81, 83. 

Lawrence, Jonathan, 1737-1812. 4, 81, 83. 

Lawrence, Thomas, 1625-1703. 4, 60, 61, 81, 83. 

Lawrence, William, 1623-1680. 48, 70, 83, 96, 209, 214, 288. 



223 

Ledyard, John, 1700-1771. 52. 

Leete, William, 1616-1683. 12, 113, 114, 199, 207, 238, 364. 

Leffingwell, Thomas, 1622-1714. 258. 

Leisler, Jacob, 1691. 42, 67. 

Lenard, Thomas, 1640-1713. 127. 

Leverett, John, 1 166-1679. ii3- 

Lewis, Francis, 1713-1803. 24, 93. 

Lewis, William, Jr., 1690. 219, 223. 

Lewis, William. 1683. 219. 

Lispenard, Leonard, 1715-1790. 223. 

Livingston, Gilbert, 1689-1746. 2, 31, 67, 120, 124, 289. 

Livingston, Henry, 1714-1791. 289. 

Livingston, Peter R., I737-I794- 57, 58, 136, 161. 

Livingston, Peter Van Brugh, 1710-1793. 42. 

Livingston, Philip, 1686-1749. I, 3, 7, 5, 9, 13, 20, 36, 38, 42, 47.48,56, 57 58 79 80 
136, 161, 185, 218, 292. ' ' 

Livingston, Philip, 1716-1778. i, 3, 7, 30, 80. 

Livingston, Robert, 1654-1728. i, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 13, 20, 24, 31, 36,37,38,42,47,48,56, 
57 ,58, 67, 72, 73, 78, 79, 80, 92, 120, 124, 136, 161, 185, 218, 250, 266, 280, 2QS 
315, 329, 336. " y yo, 

Livingston, Robert, 1710-1790. 9, 38, 47, 56, 57, 58, 79, 136, 161, 185 

Livmgston, Robert, Jr., 1725. 13, 24, 36, 57, 58, 136, 142, 144, 239,250 251 

Livingston, Robert Gilbert, 1713-1789. 67, 120. 

Livingston, Robert R., 1718-1775. 24. 

Livingston, William, 1723-1790. 48, 218. 

Lockwood, Jonathan, 1634-1688. 265. 

Loockermans, Govert, 1603-1670. 48, 117, 139. 

Loomis, John, 1622-1688. 126. 

Lord, Richard, 1636-1685. 87. 

Lord, Richard, 1669-171 1. 87. 

Lord, Richard, 1611-1662. 74, 87. 

Lothrop, Simon, 1689-1774. 113, 258, 267. 

Lothrop, Thomas, 1621-1707. 223. 

Lubertson, Frederic, 1609-1680. 114. 

Ludlow, Gabriel. 206. • 

Ludlow, Roger, 1590. 43. 

Lukens, John, 1720-1789. 270. 

Macy, Thomas, 1608-1682. 231, 232, 260. 
Marsh, Ebenezer, 1701-1773. 126. 
Marsh, John, 1668-1744. 328. 
Marvin, Rheinold, 1634-1676. 135. 
Mason, George, 1600-1688. 164. 
Mason, Hugh, 1605-1678. 123. 



224 

Mason, John, 1600-1672. 65, 210, 212, 260, 324, 2;i2. 

Mason, Joseph, 1688-1755. 123. 

Mather, Atherton, 1663-1734. 200, 258. 

McDowell, Andrew. 270. \ 

Mesick, Hendrick, 1714-1809. 290. 

Meigs, Janna, 1672-1739. 128, 132, 133. 

Meigs, Josiah, 1701-1774. 132, 133. 

Melyn, Cornelius, 1602-1674. 2, 67, 120, 239, 355. 

Melyn, Jacobus, 1640-1706. 239. 

Merriman, Nathaniel, 1613-15-1694. 219. 

Miller, Burnett, 1719-1784. 230. 

Miller, Eleazar, 1697-1788. 5, 9, 146, 230. 

Minor, John, 1635-1719. 154. 

Minor, Thomas, 1607-1690. 223. 

Montague, Johannes de la, 1595-1670. 155, 177, 179. 

Morris, Lewis, 1671-1746. 11, 31, 51, 63, 139, 149, 181, 198, 206, 269, 286, 3S7- 

Morris, Lewis, 1698-1762. 31, 139, 181, 206. 

Morris, Lewis, 1726-1798. 31, 139, 149. 

Morris, Richard, 1730-1810. 206. 

Morris, Robert, 1734-1806. 346, 353. 

Morse, Joseph, 1655-1717. 123. 

Morse, Thomas, 1709-1776. 123. 

Mosby, Littleberry, 1729-1809. 319. 

Moss, John, 1604-1707. 219. 

Mulford, Ezekiel, 1812. 115. 

Mullins, William, 1621. 159. 

Mumford, Thomas, 1706-1764. 41, 119. 

Munson, Thomas, 1612-1685. 226, 312. 

Nelson, John, 1654-1734. 289. 

Nevins,' David, 1747-1830. 113. 

Newberry, Benjamin, 1689. 126, 258. 

Newlin, Nathaniel, 1660-1729. 44, 117. 

Newlin, Nicholas, 1699. 44, 117. 

Newman, Francis, 1660. 392. 

Nicoll, Matthias, 1621-1687. 4, 14, 23, S3, 41, 44, 46, 83, no, in, 117, 118, 119, 125, 

174, 199, 238. 
Nicoll, William, 1657-1723. 14. 
Noyes, James, Jr., 1640-1719. 74, 202. 
Noyes, James, 1608-1656. 74, 202. 
Noyes, Thomas, 1679-1755. 74, 223. 

Oakley, Jesse, 1748-1827. 6. 
Ogden, John, 1610-1682. 43, 185. 



225 



Ogden, Robert, 1716-1787. 28, 45. 

Ogden, Robert, 1716-1787. 28, 45. 

Olmstead, Nicholas, 1612-1684. 126, 154. 

Parke, William, 1685. 162. 

Parker, Elisha, 1660-1717. 10. 

Parker, Hananiah, 1638-1724. 390. 

Parker, James, 1725-1797. 10. 

Parker, James, 1617-1701. 98. 

Parker, John, 1692-1732. 10. 

Partridge, Samuel, 1645-1740. 102, 191, 221. 

Paterson, William, 1745-1806. i, 3, 7. 

Payne, Thomas, 1706. 127. 

Paulding, Henry, 1692. 233. 

Peabody, William, 1619-1707. 159. 

Peartree, William, 1642-1717. 15, 71, 168. 

Peel, Oswald. 78. 

Phelps, Joseph, 1667-1750. 278. 

Phelps, Noah, 1740- 1789. 278. 

Phelps, William, 1599- 1672. 67, 278. 

PhiHpse, Frederic, 1627-1702. 48, 124, 218. 

Pierpont, James, 1659-1714. 43, 74, 102, 186. 

Pierson, Henry, 1652-1701. 170, 203. 

Pinhorne, William, 1719. 155. 

Pitkin, William, 1664-1723. 167. 

Pitkin, William, 1635-1694. 43, 126, 260, 328. 

Pitkin, William, 1694-1769. 138, 255, 352, 358. 

Piatt, Epenetus, 1640-1693. 5, 9, 299, 304. 

Piatt, Epenetus, 1674-1745. 5, 9, 91, iii, 190. 

Platte, Joseph, 1673-1748. 10. 

Pomeroy, Seth, 1706-1777. 248, 249. 

Porter, Israel, 1643- 1706. 188. 

Powell, John, 1596. 201. 

Powell, John, 1624-1718. 201, 218. 

Pratt, William, 1678. 258. 

Prence, Thomas, 1601-1673. 87. 

Prescott, Jonathan, 1643-1721. 300. 

Provoost, David, 1608- 1657. 2, 183, 280. 

Provoost, David, 1642-1721-2. 67. 

Provoost, David, 1670-1725. 2, 67. 

Putnam, Israel, 1718-1790. 188. 

Putnam, John, about 1630-1692. 188. 

Putnam, Thomas, 1614-1686. 203. 

Pyncheon, William, about 1590-1662. 74, 87, 154, 162, 260. 



226 

Quackenbush, Henry, 1737-1813. 204, 260. 
Quincy, Edmund, 1627-1697-8. 215. 
Quincy, John, 1689-1767. 215. 

Rappelje, Joris Jansen. 176. 
Read, Joseph, 1694-1771. 124. 
Redfield, Peleg, 1723-1760. 234, 235. 
Reeve, James, 1672-1732. 340. 
Remsen, Henry, 1736-1792. 100. 
Richmond, Edwaid, 1633-1696. 41, 118. 
Ripley, Joshua, 1658-1739. 200. 
Robinson, WiUiam, 1693-1751. 65. 
Rochester, Nathaniel, 1752-1831. 112. 
Rogers, Thomas, 1621. 159. 
Rogers, Zabdiel, 1737-1807. 219. 
Rombouts, Francois, 1691. 107, 163, 205. 
Roosa, Arie, about 1700. 183. 
Russell, John, 1626-1692. 31, 67. 
Russell, Noadiah, 1659-1713. 186. 
Russell, Richard, 1611-1676. 113, 267. 
Russell, William, 1690-1761. 186. 
Rutgers, Anthony, 1680-1746. 149, 331. 
Rutgers, Hendrick, 1712-1779. 100. 
Rutherford, Walter, 1723- 1804. 31. 

Salstonstall, Gurdon, 1666-1725. 165, 166. 

Sands, Confort, 1834. 53. 

Sands, James, 1622-1695. 53, 127. 

Sands, John, 1649-1712. 53. 

Sanford, Peleg, 1639-1701. 202, 223. 

Savage, John, 1707-1792. 369. 

Schenck, Abraham, 1720-1784. 107, 163, 205. 

Schenck, Henry, 1743-1799. 107, 205. 

Schermerhorn, Jacob J., 1623-1688. 317, 370. 

Schuyler, David Pieterse, 1690. 90, 152, 242. 

Schuyler, Harmanus, 1727-1796. 142, 144, 184. 

Schuyler, Johannes, 1668-1747. 13, 36. 

Schuyler, Myndert, 1672-1755. 55, 92, 178. 

Schuyler, Nicholas, 1692-1748. 215. 

Schuyler, Pieter, 1657-1724. 13, 24, 27, 29, 36, 57, 58, 136, 142, 144, 161, 250, 251, 

292. 
Schuyler, Philip, 1666-1724. 142, 144, 184. 
Schuyler, Philip J., 1733-1804. 13, 36, 229. 



227 

Schuyler, Philip Pieterse, about 1628-1683. i, 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 13, 20, 24, 31, 36, 37, 
38, 42, 47, 48, 55, 56, 67, 73, 78, 79, 80, 92, 120, 124, 142, 144, 155, 157, 184, 185, 
218, 250, 251, 262, 289. 

Scott, John, 1725. 264. 

Scottow, Joshua, 1615-1698. 201. 

Scribner, Nathaniel, 1743-1799. 184. 

Seaman, John, 1694. 54. 

Sebring, Cornelis, 1662-1721. 114. 

Sedgewick, Robert, 1590-1656. 76, TJ. 

Sewall, William, 1657-1725. 375. 

Sheffield, William, 1699-about 1778. 179. 

Shepard, Hercules. 78. 

Shepard, Thomas, 1605-1649. 215. 

Sherman, Philip, 1610-1687. 41, 65, 118, 165, 166, 180, 182, 370. 

Sherwood, Matthew, 1643-1715. 210, 212. 

Shippen, Edward, 1703-1781. 270. 

Shippen, Edward, 1639-1712. 35, 240, 270. 

Shippen, Joseph, 1737-1810. 270. 

Skinner, William, 1687-1758. 10. 

Sloane, Henry, 1620-1662. 319. 

Smith, William, 1696-1769. 24, 239, 251. 

Smith, William, 1655-1704. 4, 83, 102, 221, 244. 

Smith, William, 1720-1799. 4. 

Smith, William Peartree, 1724-1801. 15, 71. 

Smith, Richard, 1720. 83. 

Smith, William Henry, 1690-1742. 239. 

Soule, George, 1594-1680. 127, 195, 135. 

Southworth, Constant, 1614-1679. 55, 200, 211. 

Spratt, John. 42. 

Spencer, William, 1640. 128, 132, 133, 323. 

Spottswood, Alexander, 1676-1740. 39. 

Staats, Abraham, 1694. 5, 9, I3, 3i, 85, 90, 139, 146, 152, 185, 206, 251. 

Staats, Barent, 1680-1752. 5, 90. 

Staats, Jochem, 1654-1712. 5, 9, 90. 

Staats, Samuel, 1657-1716. 31, 139, 152, 185, 206, 251. 

Stafford, Joseph. 212. 

Stafford, Samuel, 1636-1718. 65. 

Standish, Myles, 1586-1656. 276, 342. 

Stanley, Caleb, 1642-1718. 167. 

Stanley, John, 1624-1706. 133. 

Stanley, Nathaniel, 1683-1755. 172. 

Stanton, Thomas, 1610-1677. 74, 202, 223. 

Starbuck, Edward, 1605-1690. 301. 

Stebbins, Thomas, 1620-1685. 258. 



228 

Steele, John, 1655. 62. 

Stephens, John, 1740. 215. 

Stevenson, James, 1688-1769. 92. 

Stillwell, Nicholas, 1671. 155. « 

Stockton, Richard, 1707. 171. 

Stockton, Richard, 1730-1781. 84. 

Stoddard, Anthony, 1617-1686. 43, 237. 

Stone, Samuel, 1602-1663. 272. 

Storer, Joseph, 1648-1730. 396. 

Stoughton, Thomas, 1661. 126, 200, 258. 

Stretch, Peter, 1702-1746. 2. 

Strycker, Jan, 1615-1697. 2, 4, 114, 334. 

Stuyvesant, Petrus, 1592-1672. 75, 245. 

Sumner, William, 1605. 303. 

Swaine, Samuel. 185. 

Swaine, William, 1585-1644. 185. 

Swartwout, Roelof, 1634-1715. 183, 91. 

Swift, John, 1720-1802. 37, 38, 47, 78. 

Symonds, Samuel, 1678. 138. 

Talcott, John, 1660. 74, 154, 186, 260. 

Talcott, Joseph, 1667-1741. 186. 

Talcott, Samuel, 1635-1691. 74, 154, 162. 

Taylor, James, 1674- 1729. 319. 

Taylor, James, 1732-1814. 319, 385- 

Ten Broeck, Abraham, 1734-1810. 245. 

Ten Broeck, Dirck, 1686-1751. 3. 

Ten Broeck, Dirck Wesselse, 1642-1717. 3, 137, 142, 144, 184, 210, 212, 245, 333. 

Ten Broeck, Wessel, 1636-1704. 233. 

Ten Eyck, Matthew, 1728-1809. 137. 

Thomas, Nathaniel, 1643-1718. 195. 

Thomas, Nathaniel, 1606-1674. 195. 

Thomas, William, 1573-1651. 195. 

Thornton, Francis, 1682-1726. 319. 

Thorogood, Adam, 1603-1639. 201. 

Thurston, Edward, 1617-1707. 41, 119. 

Timberlake, Henry, 1680. 65. 

Topping, Thomas, 1610-1685. 293. 

Tracy, Joseph, 1682-1765. 74, 121. 

Tracy, Solomon, 1650-1732. 258. 

Tracy, Thomas, 1610-1685. 74, 219, 258, 348. 

Trask, William, 1667. 67. 

Treat, Richard, 1584-1669. 43, 62, 98, 260. 

Treat, Robert, 1622, 1710. 138, 280. 



229 

TrunibuII, Jonathan, 1710-1785. 50, 89. 
Turpin, Thomas, 1708-1790. 319. 

Underhill, John, 1600-1672. 91, 146, 199, 237, 246, 311, 330, 382, 383. 

Van Alen (or Van Ale), 1712. 152. 

Van Brugh, Johannes Pietersen, 1624-1697. 3, 5, 9, 13, 20, 37,4^,47,48,55,57,58, 

73,' 78, 79, 136, 142, 144, 161, 184, 185, 210, 212, 215, 218, 333. 
Van Brugh, Pieter, 1666-1740. i, 3, 5, 7, 9, I3, 20, 37, 38, 42, 47,48, 56, 57, 58, 72,, 78, 

79, 136, 161, 185. 
Van Cleefe, Jan, 1628. 116. 
Van Cleek, Baltus Barentsen. 2,7^- 
Van Cortlandt, Jacobus, 1658-1739. 48, 139. 
Van Cortlandt, Olofif Stevense, about 1600-1684. i, 2 3, 7, 10, 41, 42, 48, 55, 92, 

118, 119, 139, 142, 144, 155, 181, 184, 210, 212, 262, 22,Z, 338. 
Van Cortlandt, Phihp, 1683-1746. 2. 
Van Cortlandt, Pierre, 1721-1814. 2. 

Van Cortlandt, Stephanus, 1643-1700. i, 2, 3, 7, 10, 36, 42, 80, 124, 181, 262. 
Van Couvenhoven, Gerrit Wolfertse, 1610-1645. 259. 

Van Dam, Rip, 1660-1749. 5, 9, 20, 2,7, 38, 47, S6, 57, 58, 7i, 78, 79, 136, 161, 185. 
Van der Beck, Paulus, 1680. 176. 
Van der Poel, Meigert Wynant, 1649-1710. 152. 
Van Dyck, Cornelis. 152. 

Van Dyck, Hendrick, about 1687. 55, 142, 144, 152, 184, 215. 
Van Horn, Cornelius, 1642-1687. 254. 
Van Nes, Cornelis Hendrickse, 1681. 370. 
Van Ness, Symon, 1665. 176. 
Van Rensselaer, Hendrick, 1667-1740. 13, 36, 55, 142, 144, 184, 210, 212, 215, 250, 

22,3- 
Van Rensselaer, Jeremiah, 1630-1674. i, 3, 7, 13, 41, 55, 80, 92, 124, 142, 144, 184, 

210, 212, 250, 253, 22,3- 
Van Rensselaer, Johannes, 1708-1783. 250. 

Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen, 1663-1719. i, 3, 7, 13, 26, 36, 80, 109, 155, 245, 321. 
Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen, 1717-1781. 55. 
Van Rensselaer, Robert, 1740-1802. 250. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, 1706-1747. 13. 
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, 1742-1769. 13. 
Van Schaick, Adriance Cornellison, 1642-about 1700. 328. 
Van Schaick, Gozen, 1736-1789. 85. 

Van Schaick, Goozen Gerritse, 1676. 24, 139, 142, 144, 210, 212, 22)3- 
Van Schoenderwerdt, Rutger Jacobsen, 1665. 56, 79, 90. 
Van Schoonhoven, Jacobus, 1749. 143. 

Van Slichentenhorst, 1688. 27, 38, 47, 67, 185, 289, 120, 218. 
Van Stoothof, Elbert Elbertse, 1620-1688. 46, no, in. 



230 

Van Wyck, Theodorus, 1718-1776. 2. 

Varnum, Joseph, 1672-1749. 18, 19. 

Veeder, Jan Gerrit Symonse, 1755. 137. 

Verplanck (or Ver Planck), Abram, 1694. 5, 44, 55, 90, 117, 152, 192, 206, 236. 

Verplanck (or Ver Planck), Gulian, 1637-1684. 44, 117. 

Verplanck (or Ver Planck), Philip, 1695-1771. 262. 

Verplanck (or Ver Planck), Samuel, 1739-1820. 117. 

Vetch, Samuel. 13. 

Wadsworth, William, 1677. 126, 200, 258. 

Walcott, Jonathan, 1699. 203. 

Waldron, Resolved, 1647-1690. 370. 

Walker, John, 1647. 53. 

Ward, Andrew, 1597-1658-9. 128, 132, 133, 156, 193. 

Ward, Edmund, 1732. 193. 

Ward, Peter, 1676-1763. 128, 132, 133. 

Warner, Daniel, 1734-1823. 188. 

Warren, Richard, 1590-1628. 55, 67, 152, 257, 283, 284, 300. 

Waterman, Richard, 1590-1673. 65. 

Watson, John. 65. 

Webster, John, 1590-1661. 34, 62, 66, 88, 106, 126, 146, 154, 268, 302, 328, 350, 351, 

378. 
Webster, Robert, 1676. 268. 
Welles, Thomas, 1598-1660. 10, 12, 43, 62, 74, 103, 104, 105, 126, 141, 154, 162, 167, 

222, 260, 289. 
Welles, Samuel, 1620-1675. 62, 154, 289. 
Wemple, Jan, 1684. 137. 

Wendell, Evert Jansen, 1615-about 1702. 142, 144, 370. 
Wescott, Stukely, 1592-1677. 65. 
Wheeler, Thomas, 1676. 98. 
Wheeler, Timothy, 1601-1687. 365. 
Wheelwright, John, 1664-1745. 203. 
Wheelwright, Samuel, 1635-1700. 203. 
White, Nathaniel, 1629-1711. 339, 341, 357. 
Whitehead, Daniel, 1646-1704. 48, 114. 
Whiting, John, 1635-1689. 67. 
Whiting, Joseph, 1680-1748. 237. 
Whiting, Samuel, 1679. 162. 
Whiting, William, 1647. 31, 62, 67, 237, 303. 
Wicks, John, 1609-1675. 212. 
Willard. Simon, 1605-1676. 86, 128, 132, 135, 307. 
Willett, Thomas, 1610-1674. 43, T02, 186, 199, 221, 238, 275, 282. 
Willett, Thomas, 1645-1722. 46, no. 
Willett, Williams, 1670-1733. 46, no, ni. 



231 

Williams, Benjamin, 1695-1775. 152, 277. 

Williams, Ephraim, 1691-1754. 69. 

Williams, Isaac, 1638- 1707. 202. 

Williams, John, 1692-1761. 202. 

Williams, Joseph, 1708-1798. 252. 

Williams, Roger, 1599-1683. 220. 

Williams, Richard, 1606-1693. 152. 

Williams, William, 1716-1801. 202. 

Wilson, John, 1588-1667. 196. 

Winne, Pieter, 1695. 370. 

Winslow, Edward, 1595-1655. 68. 

Winslow, Josiah, 1606-1674. 74, 219. 

Winslow, Kenelm, 1599-1672. 118, 119, 368. 

Winthrop, John, 1587-8-1649. 165, 166, 241, 296. 

Winthrop, John, 1606-1676. 165. 

Wisner, Henry, 1720-1790. 282. 

Wodell, William, 1693. 65. 

Wolcott, Erastus, 1722-1793. 126, 154. 

Wolcott, Henry, 1578-1655. 12, 15, 55, 62, 71, 167, 210, 212, 219, 303, 333. 

Wolcott, Oliver, 1726-1797. 12. 

Wolcott, Roger, 1679-1767. 12, 55, 113, 126, 154, 219, 303. 

Woodhull, Nathaniel, 1722-1776. 4, 14, 32, 49, 81, 83. 

Woodhull, Richard, 1649-1699. 4, 83. 

Woodruff, Samuel, 1700-1768. 388. 

Woolsey, Nelancthon Taylor, 1717-1758. 289. 

Worthington, WilHam, 1695-1756. 12, 103, 141. 

Wynkoop, Johannes, about 1730. 137. 

Wyllys, George, 1590-1644-5. 15, 71, 113, 138, 267, 354. 

Wyllys, Samuel, 1632-1709. 113, 267. 

Yates, Christopher, 1737-1785. 173. 
Yeardly, Argall, 1621-1655. 201. 
Yeardly, Argall, 1682. 201. 
Yeardly, George, about 1580-1627. 201. 




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