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CALENDAR OF WILLS 

ON FILE AND RECORDED IN THE OFFICES OF 
THE CLERK OF THE COURT OP APPEALS, OF 
THE COUNTY CLERK AT ALBANY, AND OF THE 
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PREFACE. 

The manner in which the intentions of 
deceased persons, expressed in their last 
wills, are carried out, or rather in which these 
intentions are legalized, is sut generis in the 
State of New York, which as a Colony was 
first governed under Roman-Dutch law, and 
it seems appropriate that a volume which 
gives abstracts of wills, made in Colonial 
days, as well as after the organization of the 
State, should have a history of the legal 
proceedings to which last wills were and are 
subjected as 

INTRODUCTION. 

According to " The Roman Law of Testa- 
ments, Codicils," etc., by Moses A. Dropsie, 
the form, *'last will and testament," almost 
universally used, and the term ''will" for 
"testament," are incorrect, because the 
Roman Law, from which testamentary dis- 
position of property was embodied into the 
common law, only knew the term testae 
mentum^ and never employed the words til- 
Hma voluntas or voluntas. 

iii 



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iv Introduction. 

It is not intended to take issue on this 
question here, but simply to tell what was 
done at different phases of the history of 
New York, to give legal force to the last 
wishes of a deceased person concerning his 
or her property. 

New York having first been settled by the 
Dutch, the Roman-Dutch law regulated the 
making of testamentary disposition of prop- 
erty. It allowed such dispositions to be 
made in two ways, /. e., orally or in writing. 
A party made a last will orally, or by word 
of mouth ("which kind of last will is mostly 
in use among us," says van Leeuwen in his 
Roman-Dutch Law), by telling two members 
of the local Court, respectively an Alderman 
and the Secretary, or a notary before two 
witnesses, how the property, owned by 
the testator, was to be divided among the 
heirs ; the notary reduced these intentions 
to writing, put the notes into proper shape, 
and having read the same over to the tes- 
tator and witnesses, asked the former, in the 
presence of the latter, whether he or she un- 
derstood the nature of the document and 
whether what was taken down was the 
testator's wish and last will. In confirma- 
tion of it the testator, the witnesses, and the 
notary then subscribed the writing, of which 
the notary made a record in his official 



Introduction. v 

minutes, so that, if required, he could give 
a copy of it. Wills were made in this way 
for many years after the Colony was gov- 
erned by English laws, as No. i (A i) 
shows, which at the same time was proved 
according to the Duke's Laws. 

A will in writing, also called a close will, 
was one whereby the testator had expressed 
his intentions in writing, and, having sub- 
scribed and sealed it, had handed the same 
so closed to a notary in the presence of t>^'0 
witnesses, declaring at the same time that 
the writing contained his or her testament. 
The document was then endorsed by the 
notary as "The testament of N. N.," an 
official minute of the transaction was made, 
and the testator and witnesses subscribed it 

• 

This latter way of making a last will seems 
to have been the custom during the Dutch 
period of the Colony of New York, for in 
no other way can we account for the small 
number of wills, antedating the year 1664, 
found in the official records of the Courts 
and of the various notaries of Dutch times. 

Both kinds of testaments, oral as well as 
close, being invariably made before judicial 
officers, did not require proof and probate, 
which came in with the English occupation 
in 1664. 

The English conquerors brought with them 



vi Introduction. 

the Code of Laws, called the ** Duke's Laws/' 
which say, under the article Administration : 
** Vpon the Death of Any P'son the Consta- 
ble with two Overseers of the Parish shall 
repare to the House of the Deceased Party 
to Enquire after the manner of his Death 
and of his Will and Testament. . . . That 
noe Administracon be granted until the 
Second Sessions after the Party's Decease, 
(except) to the Widdow or Child, Brother or 
Sister, to whom it may be imediately granted. 
The said Widdow, Child, Brother or Sister 
bringing sufficient Security for the p'forming 
of all things the Law requires. ... If 
any Executors nominated in the Will and 
knoweing there of shall not prove the same at 
the Next Court of Sessions which shall bee 
about thirty Days after the Decease of the 
P'ty or shall not cause the same to be Re- 
corded by the recorder or Clerke of that 
Court . . • Every such P'^son . . . shall 
be liable to be sued. . . . That the Clerke 
of the Sessions, when he Carryes the Pro- 
bates or Commissions of Admicon to be 
Signed Doe then also certifie into the Re- 
corder's Office att New Yorke the name of 
the Testator or the Party Deceased. . . . 
Wills to be proved and Admicon granted 
in Sessions if the Estate be vnder the Value 
of one hundered pounds shall pay one shil- 



Introduction. vii 

ling, if hundered pounds five shillings, and 
soe Propotionable five shillings for Each 
hundered pounds towards the Defraying of 
Court Charges." 

This law distinctly says, a will was to be 
proved in the Court of Sessions, but the 
minutes of the Court of Assizes, then not 
only the highest Court of the Colony, but also 
vested with legislative authority, tell, under 
November 2, 1667 : '* This day the will of 
William Ludlam was proved in court ; '' on 
November 4, 1667, the same Court granted 
letters of administration on the estate of 
Samuel Andrews, lying in Oysterbay and 
Horseneck, L. L, to John Richbell, of Momo- 
ronock, " on behalf of Johanna, the widow of 
Nicholas Davison, and Richard Russell, of 
Charles Towne, Mass." We further read in 
the minutes of this Court for its session 
of October 7, 1668 : ** Capt. Thomas Exton's 
will was proved and y* Exect" allowed 
of," "Charles Morgan, his will was proved 
and the Executrix allowed of," " William 
How, his will was formerly proved in 
the Mayors Court, the Executors allowed 
of," "Letters of Administration granted to 
Mary, the widow and Relict of Robert 
Seely." 

It seems evident, that at that time no dis- 
tinction was made between the terms of 



viii Introduction. 

proving and probating * a testament, al- 
though the latter was exercised, as the above 
quoted reference to the will of William How 
shows, by the highest Court, which then per- 
formed the duties of the later established 
Prerogative Court. This Prerogative Court 
had its beginning, as far as the Province of 
New York was concerned, in the following 
section of the Instructions given to Gov- 
ernour Dongan, May 29, 1686 : '* § 35. And 
to the End the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction! 
of the said Archbishop of Canterbury may 
take place in that Our Province as farr as 
conveniently may bee We doe think fitt 
that you give all Countenance and encour- 
agement in y* exercise of the same ; except- 
ing only the Collating of Benefices, granting 
licenses for Marriage and Probat of Wills, 
which we have reserved to you Our Gov- 
ernour <& to y* Commander-in-chief for the 
time being." The same instructions were 
given to the succeeding Governours, but it is 
evident from a letter, written by Governour 

* According to Abbott's Law Dictionary^ io probate meant the 
approval of the sufficiency of the will by the proper Court, i.^., 
in English times the Prerogative Court, while to prove a will 
was to establish by evidence or submit a will with testimony of 
witnesses as to execution to a Court of proper jurisdiction. 

t In England, prior to 1857, probate jurisdiction was in the 
ecclesiastical court of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and 
hence the Bishop's Mitre in the seal. 



Introduction. ix 

Lord Bellomont to the Lords of Trade and 
Plantations, May 15, 1699, that the fees from 
this source of revenue were not large, for he 
says : ''In thirteen months that I have been 
here, I have got but £8^. 6/ N. Y. money 
($2o8,H) from the Secretary for passes for 
Ships, Licenses for Marriages and Probats of 
Wills and all other things, wherein the Seal 
of the Province was used." 

In the meantime, the first General Assem- 
bly of the Province had on the nth of 
November, 1692, passed a law regulating 
the proving of wills, that is the verification 
by the witnesses of the testator's signature 
and their own. This law directed that wills 
relating to estates in Orange, Richmond, 
Westchester, and Kings Counties be proved 
in New York. In the other Counties the 
Court of the Common Pleas, or if the 
Court was not in session, the Judge of 
the Court, assisted by two Justices of the 
Peace, was to examine the witnesses and 
certify the examinations to the Secretary's 
office, whereupon the Governour, sitting as 
Judge of the Prerogative Court, granted his 
Probat The Common Pleas, consisting of the 
Judge and Justices of the Peace, were, however, 
authorized to grant the probat where estates 
were less than ;^5o. This law was amended 
November 24, 1750, in so far that the 



X Introduction. 

Judges, Justices, and Clerk of Common Pleas 
for Orange Co. were also empowered '* to 
take the probate of wills and grant letters of 
administration." The Prerogative Court had 
also been established, as an •' Account of all 
Establishments of Jurisdictions in New York 
Province " * tells us : *'The Governour dis- 
charges the place of Ordinary in granting 
administracons and proveing Wills and the 
Secretary is Register. The Governour is 
about to appoint Delegates in the remoter 
parts of the government with Supervisors 
looking after intestates estates and provideing 
for Orphans." 

The Governours went further than ap- 
pointing *' Delegates for the remoter parts of 
the government," they appointed the Secre- 
tary and his Deputy, Surrogates, or Deputy 
Judges of the Prerogative Court. The re- 
sult is described as follows in a letter from 
Governour, Sir Henry Moore, to the Lords 
of Trade, June 12, 1766: ''The Secretary 
of this Province and his Deputy have been 
frequently appointed by the Governour's Sur- 
rogates, so that the whole business of the 
office has been in their hands. Upon this 
they have taken upon themselves an Au- 
thority wh^^ they are not vested with with- 
out being appointed Surrogates and have 

* JV, Y. C0L History, iv., a8. 



Introduction. xi 

granted probates upon Wills sent up out of 
the Country, which were proved there, with- 
out consulting the Governour or making him 
acquainted with any such transactions, by 
which means they would wrest from him the 
power expressly given by his Majy in his 
Instructions." Sir Henry appointed Philipp 
Livingston, Junior, as principal Surrogate and 
Register of the Prerogative Court, but thereby 
also involved himself in a quarrel with the 
Secretary of the Province, which continued 
for several years after his death in September, 
1 769, and was not settled until the last Royal 
Governour, Tryon, could report in 1774, 
"The Prerogative Court concerns itself only 
in the Probate of Wills, in matters relating 
to the administration of Intestates' Estates 
and granting Marriage Licenses. The Gov- 
ernour is properly the Judge of this Court, 
but usually acts by Deligate." This pro- 
cedure continued in the parts of the Province, 
held by the English, until 1783, while the 
new Constitution of the State of New York, 
adopted in 1777, recognized a Judge of the 
Court of Probates, and the law, passed March 
16, 1778,* directed: ''The Judge of the 
Court of Probates of this State shall be vested 
with all and singular the powers and au- 
thorities and have the like jurisdiction in 

* Greenleaf^ chap. xii. 



xii Introduction. 

testamentary matters, which, while the State, 
as the Colony of New York, was subject to 
the Crown of Great Britain, the Governour or 
the Commander-in-Chief of the Colony for the 
time being had and exercised as Judge of the 
Prerogative Court : Except as to the nomina- 
tion and appointment of Surrogates in the 
several Counties, who shall be nominated 
and appointed by the Council of appoint- 
ment and commissioned under the Great 
Seal : And that all letters of administration to 
be granted by the said Judge . . . shall 
be tested in the name of the Judge of the 
said Court." 

'' From this date," says Judge Charles P. 
Daly,* '* to 1789 this new tribunal, the Court 
of Probates, continued to exercise the same 
jurisdiction as the Prerogative Court formerly 
had done. The proofs of wills, where' the 
deceased had effects in more than one 
County, were taken before the Judge of this 
Court, and before the Surrogate, where the 
effects were exclusively in one County ; and 
in both cases the proof of the will was ' ap- 
proved and allowed ' in the name of the 
people before the Court of Probates, where it 
was recorded." 

The law of February 20, 1787, *' for set- 

'^ Nature^ Extent and History of the jurisdiction of the Sur- 
rogates Courts, 



Introduction. xiii 

tling intestate estates, proving wills, etc.," 
had in the meantime curtailed the powers of 
this Court, by taking away from it the grant- 
ing of probates and letters of administration, 
which, except in certain specified cases, was 
conferred upon the Surrogates of the different 
Counties. The Constitution of 182 1 provided 
for the election of officers to perform the 
duties of Surrogate in Counties having a 
population of more than forty thousand ; and 
in keeping with this mandate of the Consti- 
tution the Legislature of 1823 abolished the 
Court of Probates altogether,* and granted 
its powers to the Surrogates of the different 
Counties, who were to be appointed by the 
Governour like other judicial officers. 

The Revised Statutes f define the powers 
of the Surrogate as follows : Art. I., § 7f 
**When any real estate shall be devised by 
will, any executor or devisee named therein 
. . . may have such will proved before 
the Surrogate of the County to whom the 
probate of the will of the testator would be- 
long " ; and Art. II., § 23, says : ''The Sur- 
rogate of each County shall have sole and 
exclusive power, within the County, for 
which he may have been appointed (or, as 
now, elected), to take proofs of last wills and 

* Chapter lxx. of 1823. 

t First Edition, 1829, chap, vi., title i. 



xiv Introduction. 

testaments so far as the same relates to 
personal property of all deceased persons." 

A law •' for the more speedy recovery of 
legacies," passed by the General Assembly 
of the Province in 1743, authorized any per- 
son, entitled to a legacy under a will, to bring 
action against the executor or administrator, 
after it became due, etc., in the Supreme 
Court, and in this way, whatever powers were 
not conferred upon Surrogates, devolved 
upon the Supreme Court, until the Statutes 
were revised in 1829. The wills, marked as 
recorded in Volumes IV. and V., are proved 
in the Supreme Courts at Albany and Utica. 

Although the Legislature ordered in 1799, 
that all wills, on file in the State Court of 
Probates, and relating to property in what was 
then called the Southern Senatorial District, 
should be transferred to New York City, that 
law, it will be seen, was only carelessly car- 
ried out, for this Calendar brings to light 
many wills of New York City, Westchester 
County, and Long Island. 

In making these abstracts of wills the 
editor has been obliged to follow the arrange- 
ment of the files of wills in the office of the 
Clerk of the Court of Appeals, which is by the 
letters of the alphabet and chronological, but, 
as it will be seen, neither strictly alphabeti- 
cal nor strictly chronological. To facilitate 



Introduction. xv 

the finding of an original will the letter and 
number of each file is given with the date 
of execution and of proof. 

The original spelling of names has been 
scrupulously adhered to, and whatever oddi- 
ties and variations may be found in this 
regard are not the fault of 

The Editor. 



CALENDAR OF WILLS. 



I (A I) 

X679 

Tone 30 

Novbr. 4 

Dntch 



2(A2) 
X683 

July 37 



3 (A 3) 
170X 

Mays 



AERTSEN, Rutty of Albany, shoemaker, born at 
Twent te Denekamp, Brother Jan Scholten, sisters Geb- 
beke and Aeltie Aertsen, children of deceased brothers 
Lambert and Aleph Aertsen, all of Twent. Personal 
property. Executor Adriaen Gerritsen van Papendorp. 
Witnesses Andries Teller, Johannes Provoost, Magistrates 
and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary. Also in Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, II, p. 97, and Proceedings of 
Magistrates 1676-80, p. 475. 

ADRIANS, Joost, of Bushwick, L. I. Wife Mary 
Hay sole heiress. No executor named. Will not signed 
nor proved. 

AICRON, Claudius, mariner of the brigantine 
Ann of New York, Michael Basset, Captain. Samuel 
Bourdet of N. Y., mariner, Mr. Gamier of London, instru- 
mentmaker, Daniel Robert of London, mariner, and Pour 
Perot of London, robbmaker. Personal property. Ex- 
ecutor Daniel Robert. Witnesses I. Rolland and Michael 
Bassett. Last paragraph in French. No evidence of 
proof. 



4(A4) 
17x0 

Jnne 26 

17x1 

March 31 



ABEEL, John, of Albany. Wife Catharina, chil- 
dren Christopher, Catharina, Neeltie and David. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife with Gerardus 
Beeckman, Gerrit Duyckingh, Evert Banker and Myn- 
dert Schuyler, who shall continue to act as executors 
after the wife's remarriage. Witnesses David Jamison, 
Wm. Huddlestone, Ino. Macdenan. Proved before Gov- 
ernour Hunter. 



Calendar of Wills. 



S (As) AB LI N, Joh n, of ? Wife Elizabeth heiress and ex- 

Nov. 25 ecutrix of real and personal property. Witnesses Jacob 
Dempe, Grace Beekman, who at the proving of the will 
before G. Banyar, Dep. Secretary of the Province on Oc- 
tober lo, 1757, has become the wife of Jacob Dempe, and 
Henry de Foreest. 



MA 6) ALLISON, R i C h a r d , of Haverst raw, Orange Co., 

April 20 yeoman. " Hannah Hubbs, the daughter of Phebe Hubbs 
the wife of Robert Hubbs and likewise the child of the 
wife of Robert Hubbs she is now big with.*' Executors 
brother John Allison and Joshua Taylor, who with Hannah 
Taylor are also witnesses. See No. 7. 

7(A7) ALLISON, Richard, of Haverstraw, Orange Co., 

Janj. 9 Doctor (?), leaves all his real estate to his father, legacies 
^750 to Phebe Hubs, her daughter Hannah and son Richard, 

to brothers Benjamin, John, William, Joseph, Elizabeth 
Cuyper, Deborah Janson, Mary Degroat and Hannah 
Taylor. Executors John Allison, father and John Alli- 
son, brother. Contest over will shows testator to have 
been dead January 28, 1750. Witnesses Nicolas Kupper 
junior, Elizabeth Hutchings, Cornelius Cuyper. 



8 (A 8) ARNOLD, Henry, of New York, mariner. Wife 

Dec[ir?29 Sarah and child or children, which she may bear to testa- 
^7M tor are heirs of all personal estate. Executors the wife 
• ' and Thomas Duncan of New York, merchant. Wit- 

nesses Rebeker Shourt, Jane Deky and James Emott. 
Codicil dated September 4, 1764, directs executors to sell 
farms in Dutchess Co., N. Y., and at Shrewsbury, N. J., 
and gives legacies to nephew Henry Arnold, son of 
brother John, to children of sister Susannah Marsh and 
to sister-in-law Hilah Dekay, wife Sarah to be residuary 
legatee. Executors the wife and James Sacket. Wit- 
nesses Mary Ludlow, Margt. Parks and Cary Ludlow. 



Calendar of Wills. 3 

9 (A 9) ALLISON, Joseph, of Goshen, Orange Co. Sons 

Octbr. 17. Isaac and William are bequeathed 50 acres of Seder (sic) 
-J '755 Swamp in the Drowned Lands Wawayanda Patent and 

£2QO New York Currency, daughters Elizabeth, Sarah 
and Pheby receive personal property, sons Benjamin and 
Cornelius the remaining land in Cedar Swamp, Wawa- 
yanda Patent, eldest son Joseph a walking cane, son Rich- 
ardson two armed chairs and with Thomas wearing 
apparel, grandson Nathan £2^ New York Currency, to 
go, if he should die before coming of age to Ann Thom- 
son and Margret Bradner, granddaughter Mary Horton is 
given £%, Executors sons Joseph and Richard. Wit- 
nesses Michael Jackson, Samuel Wickham and Francis 
Drack. Proved before William ffinn. Surrogate of 
Orange County, vide No. 7. 



Decor. i8 



xo:(Axo) ALBERTSON, Richard, of Ulster County. 

\njfiA Wife Sarah, sons Steven, Richard and William, daughters 
Susannah, Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth and Deborah. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Alexander Colden and 
Samuel Fowler. Witnesses Michal Demot, Sarah Demot 
and Jno. Bickerton. Proved before the Deputy Secretary. 



XX (A XX) ALLISON, John, of Haverstraw, Orange Co. 

June 6 Son Benjamin is bequeathed one third of a meadow and 
Octbr. 2x jQQ acres on Kaciot Road, adjoining Widow Conklin on 
the south, also 100 acres near Lewis van Ditmash on 
Menesalongo Brook ; son John, having received his share 
in land before, is given six shillings ; son Joseph receives 
the farm testator lives on, purchased from Albert Minard 
and others, bounded north and east by Hudsons River, 
out of which he is to pay to his brother William and Wil- 
liam's son Edward ;f 150 in four years; daughters Eliza- 
beth Cooper, Deborah Johnson, Hannah Taylor and 
Mary Degrough receive money ; Phebe Hubbs, her 
daughter Hannah and Presila and Presila's unborn child 
are legatees ; son William to have all rights, title and in- 



4 Calendar of Wills. 

terest to and in lands on Long Island. Executors John 
Palmer, John Johnson and John Peaterson Smith. Wit- 
nesses Joshua Seaman, Cornelius Seaman and Isaac 
Davis. 



12 (A 12) 

«7S4 
March i6 



1764 
scbr. 



Decbr. 28 



ADRIANSENi Abraham, of Rombouts Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Femmetje, son John, chil- 
dren by first wife, viz., son Ram and daughter Femmetje. 
Real and personal property. Executors the wife and 
brother Ellebert and Jores Adriansen. Witnesses Henry, 
Johannes and Jacob Wiltse. Proved in the Court of 
Common Pleas for Dutchess Co. 



13 (A 13) 

X7S7 
Aug. 20 

1762 

Decor. 30 



AMORY, Johlli of New York, mariner and part 
owner of the ship King Williani III. Wife Mary, son 
John, Hester Rynders, daughter of wife by former hus- 
band. Personal and real estate, including a house on the 
Fly Market and 2000 acres, bought from Lawrence van 
Kleck and wife Jaepie. Executors the wife, Hester Ryn- 
ders, brother-in-law John Cuyler and James van Cort- 
landt. Witnesses Whitehead Hicks, Balthaz Kip, Samuel 
Dodge. 



X4 (A 14) 

»7S7 
Novbr. 8 

Decbr. 5 



ALLISON, Thomas, of Orange Co. Wife , 

children George, Richard, Mary and Thomas. Real and 
personal property. Executors brothers Joseph and 
Richard. Witnesses John Allison, Richard Westcott, 
William Denn. 



x5 (A IS) 
1758 
Aue. s 
NovDf. 



21 



ADRIANCE, Jores, of Rombouts Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Phebe, sons Ellebert, Cor- 
nelius, Jores, Theodorus and daughter Sarah. Eldest son 
Ellebert to have family bible and ^^rw-book of mother's. 
Real and personal estate. Executors brothers Abraham 
and Isaac Adriance and brothers-in-law Richard van 
Wyck and Cornelius van Wyck. Witnesses Pouwel van 
der Woort, Gerrit Storm and Isaac Lent. 



Calendar of Wills. 



i6 (A x6) 

1762 
Aug:. 22 

Octbr. 30 



ADAMS, James, of Albany City, carman. Wife 
Margaret, sons William, Lambertus, daughter Margaret. 
Personal and real estate. Executors the wife, Lambertus 
Beecker and John Johannes Lansing. Witnesses Jakobis 
Hylton, Johannes van Sante jun., Ja. Stevenson. 



17 (A 17) 

1762 

Maj27 

Octbr. 23 



ASHE, Dudley, Lieutenant Royal or First Rcgi- 
ment of Foot. Leaves all his effects in the West Indies 
to Ensign Thomas Keating, later Lieutenant, 426 Regi- 
ment. No executors named. Witnesses Charles Forbes 
(Captain 42d Regiment) and Robert Cooke. The whole 
will contains with signatures only 43 words. 



i8(Ax8) 

1763 
Septbr. 12 

June x8 



ALLISON, John, of Floraday, Goshen Precinct, 
Orange Co.. husbandman. Sons John, Henry and Rich- 
ard, daughters Keziah, Elizabeth and Bridget. Real and 
personal property. Executors brother Richard Allison 
and John Wisner. Witnesses John Sutton and Caleb 
Wyley. 



19 (A 19) 

1763 
Decbr. 

Octbr. X5 



22 



ALLISON, Richardson, of Goshen Precinct. 
Wife Ann, son James, and daughter Phebe. Real and 
personal property. Executors brother Richard Allison 
and James Howell. Witnesses Michael Jackson, Joseph 
Allison and Cornelius Allison. 



20 (A 20) 

Decbr. 3 

1765 
April I 



ARDEN, James, of New York City, tallow-chan- ' 
dler. Children Elizabeth, Samuel and Mary receive all 
property, except ;^io going to Thomas Yarrel, Minister 
of the Breathren Church (Unitas fratrum, or Moravian). 
Brother John Arden to be guardian of the children, 
brother Thomas Arden and Elizabeth Arden to be ex- 
ecutors. Witnesses Elizabeth Arden and Samuel Arden. 
Handwriting sworn to by Jacob Arden of New York, 
butcher, brother of testator. 



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*»j(Aax) AYRES, Enos, of Blooming Grove, Orange Co. 

Mav 29 Leaves to wife Martha, daughters Martha and Mary his 

Jttiy 9 farm and some land on Southside of Wawayanda Road 

as well as personal estate with remainder in case of death 

• before the daughters are of age or are married to Martin 

Ayres of New Jersey, son of brother David, and sons of 

brother Daniel. Executors Hezekiah Howell and Jesse 

WoodhuU. Witnesses Michael Jackson, John Smith and 

Silas Youngs. 

2a^(A2a) ARNOUT, Peter, of Goshen, Orange Co., gives 

March 20 to his son Cornelius lot No. 5 West Division of Goshen, 
June xo ^Q sQjis Jacob, Peter, Cornelius and John lot No. 6, to son 
William 2 acres of bog meadow on northwest corner of 
lot 6, to son-in-law Gilbert Veal a house and land for 
seven years, to wife Lena and daughters Mary, Deborah, 
Hannah and Lydia personal property. Executors the 
wife and son William. Witnesses Daniel Hulse, Mary 
Hulse and Wm. Denn. 

23^(A23) ABE EL, David, junior, and wife Neeltie, of the 

Septbr. z8 Bacoven, Albany County, give to sons Anthony and 

Gerret, daughters Annatie and another born on the date 
hereof all right, title, etc., at the Backoven, formerly oc- 
cupied by Nicolas Brandow, Peter Sax and Wilhelmus 
Osterhout, lot on north side of the Cattskil Creek, oppo- 
site Benjamin Dubois and right, title, etc., in the Patent 
of Femmenhoek, in the Patent of Cattskil, as devised by 
Gerret van Bergen to his children, the share of any of 
testators children dying to go to Deborah, daughter of 
Wilhelmus van Bergen deceased, Catharina, daughter of 
William van Bergen and John, the son of John Persen, 
provided they pay £^0 to Rev. John Schuneman for the 
use of the Reformed Church at Cattskil. Executors and 
guardians of the children William van Bergen and Henry 
Oothout. Witnesses Wilhelmus Osterhout, Anna Maria 
Schuneman, Metje Osterhout and Annatie van Bergen. 
No certificate of proof. 



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24 (A 24) 

1766 
Decbr, i 

1767 
May 6 



25 (A 25) 

Octbr. 23 
Novbr. 10 



26 (A 26) 
1768 

May 20 
1760 

March i 



27 (A 27) 

1772 
Jnne 20 

Novbr. zi 



28 (A 28) 

June 6 
July 2 



AUSTEN, Jonathan, of Philipps Patent, Dutchess 

Co., yeoman. Wife , and children Isaac, Jonathan, 

Silas, Smith, Phebe, Job, Ann, Robert and Rebecker. 
Real and personal estate. Executors brother John 
Austen and William Nelson. Witnesses William You- 
mans, Samuel Haight and Francis Barger. 

ALLISON, Richard, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 
Co., yeoman. Wife Martha, sons Joseph, John and 
William, daughters Elizabeth, Martha and Margret. 
Lands on Chambers Ditch. Executors brother-in-law 
John Wells and son-in-law Samuel Carpenter. Witnesses 
James Carpenter, James Ryan and Timothy Owen. 

ACKER MAN, Nicolas, of Orange Town, Orange 
Co. Wife Elcia, sons Johannes, William, David, daughters 
Maria, wife of Ellebert Onderdonk and Annatie inherit all 
real and personal property. Executors John Haring and 
David Benceman (?) Demarest. Witnesses Arie Koonyn 
(of Orange Co., wheelwright), Abraham Kip and Abraham 
Haring. 

ALLEN, William, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess 
Co., yeoman, leaves to wife Mary, daughters Sarah 
Aursyonche, wife of Benjamin Height, Hester, Elizabeth 
and Hannah personal property, to son John 100 acres, 
being one third of all my lands, described only by lines, 
to son Joseph another third and to son William the re- 
maining 100 acres, adjoining Wm. Bedell. Richard Dogg 
is bequeathed the rest and residue of my personal estate, 
not given away before. Executors the wife, son John 
and Zacheus Newcomb. Witnesses Peter Germond, 
Benjn. de la Vergne, Zacharias Flagler. 

ALLISON, Joseph, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 
Co., leaves to son Richard home farm of 50 acres and a 
lot of 32 acres adjoining John and William Allison, to 
son Joseph 118 acres adjoining son Richard's, to both a 



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lot of cedar swamp ; to wife Abigale and daughters De- 
borah and Mary personal property. Executors brother 
Nathaniel Roe and cousin James Sawyer. Witnesses 
John Conner, William Allison, John Allison. 

^^1^^^ ALDRICH, Peter, of Southold, Suffolk Co., leaves 

Aprila all real and personal property to wife Phebe, sons Gar- 
shem and Enos and grandson Peter. Witnesses David 
Terry, David Terry junior, of Suffolk Co., yeomen, and 
David Wells. Letters testamentary granted to widow 
Phebe Aldrich, Aug. 3, 1775. 

3o^(A^o) ACKERMAN, David, of Poughkeepsie Precinct, 

May 20 Dutchess Co., bequeaths to wife Sarah, daughters Carre- 
IanT^22 brach and Magdalen personal property, to son Andrees a 
farm in Hackinsack, Bergen Co., N. J., to daughter Mag- 
dalen 30 acres of the homefarm in Dutchess Co., on 
Great Wappinger Creek, to daughter Annatje 30 acres 
adjoining Magdalen's, to son David all the remainder of 
the farm. The wife is made sole executrix. Witnesses 
Joseph Theal, Cornelius Bower, James Wills. 

^^irjl^^ ALLEN, Asa, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co. 

March 12 Wife Anna, daughters Rhoda and Anna, sons Ezra, Abra- 

"^' ^' ham, James, Asa. Real and personal estate. Executors 

the wife and son Asa. Witnesses Elijah Tenny, Jonah 

Tallmedge, Enos Tallmadge. 

3«^(A3a) AKIN, Elisha, of Paulings Precinct, Dutchess Co., 

April IX gives to wife Sarah, sons Abraham and Murray, daughters 
Janfiz Ruth Sheldon, Sarah Briggs, Margaret Akin and Olive 
Akin, personal property and to sons Thomas, Timothy 
and James real estate. The right to lands in the New 
Hampshire grants to be equally divided between all 
children. Executors " my friends " Jonathan Akin and 
Timithy Akin. Witnesses Edward Briggs, Wilber (WiU 
hem ?) Wood, Murray Lester. 



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33 (A 33) ARDEN, Jacob, at present of Kakeat, State of N. 

April 15 Y., butcher. Wife Catharine, son Jacob, daughters 
Aug? 21 Abijah, wife of George Wilt, Elizabeth wife of George 
Leaycraft, and Catharine. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and kinsman Thomas Arden. Wit- 
nesses Jonah Hallsted, Viner Leaycraft, John Leaycraft. 

34 (A 34) ALLISON, John. Wife Amey, children John, 

Octbr. I Elizabeth, Thomas, Richard, Margaret, William, Joseph, 
iZS? P. Issac, Jeremiah and Benjamin. " All my estate.*' Ex- 
ecutor John Robart. Witnesses John Dunscomb jr., 
William Sloo, Charity Sloo. Proved in Dutchess Co. 



Novbr. 7 



35^(Ap) ARMSTRONG, Francis, of Orange Co. Wife 

Septbr. I Martha, sons William, Francis, David, Archibald, John, 
Fei.^S grandsons Francis, David*s son, Robert, William's son, 
daughters Elcey, Mary and Elizabeth, and the six chil- 
dren of deceased son Robert. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons William and Francis. Witnesses 
Thomas Jackson, Samuel Newman, William Carr. 

3HA3^J) ALWORTH, William, of Nobeltown, Albany 

Jnlr 5 Co. Sister Sarah Alworth and son Thomas. Real and 

July s personal property. Executors Seth Pettit, Peter Stulp 

and Matthew Krum. Witnesses Jonathan Rude, Mary 

Bigsby, Sarah Alworth. 

37^(A 37) ALEXANDER,Jam68, ofNew Perth, Charlotte 

July 16 Co., N. Y. Wife Catharine, son James and daughter 
TftOT^o Jenny, grandson Joseph Alexander, negro slavje Ebenezer 
Place, manumitted. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors John Gray senior, and Edward Savage. Witnesses 
Matthew McWhorter, James McWhorter, Zurishadhai 
Doty. 

38^(A38) ALWORTH, James, of Amenia, Dutchess Co. 

May 12 Wife Mary, sons James, William and Thomas, daughters 

a''^^. Sarah wife of Barnabas Cole, Rebecca, wife of Matthew 
Ang^. 23 



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38ft 
1635 

June 12 
Dutch 



39 

April 2a 

1785 
Aug. 3 



40 

1702 

April 14 

1793 
April 2 



41 

1794 
Aug. 27 

Septbr. 9, at 
London 



Stephens, children of Mary, wife of Seth Class, and 
Martha Alworth, children of daughter Alice deceased, 
viz., William, James, Mary, Joseph and Alice Conner. 
Lands in lot No. 36 Great Nine Partners and in New 
Marlborough, Berkshire Co., Mass. Executor son James. 
Witnesses Silas Roe, of Dutchess Co., farmer, Obed Har- 
vey junior, and Barnabas Payen. 

ADRIAENSEN, Annegen Jans, widow of 

Hendrick, of Laeckervelt, assisted by Schout Roeloff 
Dirkxen Stout, of Laeckervelt. Son Adrian Hendrick- 
sen, da. Maeycken Hendricx. Land at Scherpenwyck, 
District of Laeckervelt, personal property. Witnesses 
Roeloff Stout, Adriaen Cornelissen and Adriaen Jansen 
Brouwer, Schepens. Extract or copy made September 
7, 1647. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, L, p. 423. 

ACKLEY, Anthony, of New York City, cooper. 
Wife Hannah, sons John, Anthony, Daniel, daughters 
Elizabeth, Catharine and Hannah. House and lot on 
Crown Street, lease of house and lot in the West Ward 
on Barclay Street being part of Church Farm, and personal 
property. Executors the wife, Benjamin Huggit of New 
York City, bolter, and Stephen Terhane of New York 
City, painter. Witnesses David Brown, James Shaw, 
John Young. Recorded in Wills and Probates, L, 131. 

ABRAHAMS, Isaac, of New York City, baker, 
going to the South Seas on board the brigantine Minerva, 
Captain Williams. Widow Dorothy Johnson sole heiress 
and executrix. Real and personal estate. Witnesses 
Abraham Brevoort, Francis Childs, Francis Childs junior. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 392. 

AXTELL, William, of Cherssey Parish, County 
of Surry, England, gentleman. Daughter Mary by 
Susannah Nicholl of Watford, Hertfordshire ; Cecilia, 
daughter of William and Susanna Watson, now nine years 
old; William Watson, Elizabeth, daughter of Rebecca 



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Jaaj. lo 



Shipton ; Elizabeth Lewis, waiting maid ; Mary Ann, 
daoghtcr of Maiy Morgan, now nine >*ears old ; Henry 
Matthews* niy servant lad ; Rebecca Gorring, my servant 
mai<L Real estate in England and Island of Jamaica, 
personal property-. Mary Nicholl sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses James Goldhawk« John Giles, Wm. Souch. Re- 
corded at supra, II., p. 162. 

^4^ ARCHER, Ceorge, of Albany. Wife Mary,sons 

liAy^ John, Edward, William, James, George and Michael, 
QjJ^^ daughter Jane. House, store and lots on Pine Street, 
comer Eagle, Albany, yellow store and three lots on 
Eagle Street, binding on Lutheran, lot ccMiier Eagle and 
Steuben Streets. Executors the wife and John Ervin. 
Witnesses Ebenezer Smith, Christopher Monk, David 
Johnson. Recorded ut supra, p. 318. 

^|5 APPLECATE, Joseph, of New Jersey. Father 

May at and mother, brothers Davison Applegate, Richard, Wil- 
^•'**'* * liam, sisters Mar3% wife of James Davis, and Elizabeth, 
wife of John Disbrey, nephew Joseph, son of brother 
Davison. Executor brother-in-law James Davison. Wit- 
nesses John V. L. Burhans, J. Lansing junior, Robert 
Dunbar junior. Recorded ut supra, p. 321. 

,^ ALCEO, David, of New York City, merchant. 

}mmt I Wife Margaret, grandsons John, David and William, sons 
^*^^' '^ of son David Algeo. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Garret Rapalje, merchant, and Samuel Johnson, 
silversmith, both of New York. Witnesses Samuel Janes, 
Robert Sharp, George Lindsay. Recorded voL III., p. 105. 

^i5 ALEXANDER, Alexander, of Schenectady. 

Jaly 7. Wife Maria, children Stephen and Harriet, brother Wil- 
liam Alexander, sister Anna, wife of William Hurry. 
House and lot in Galway, other real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, brother William and Matthew Trotter 
of Albany. Witnesses Catherine Theresa Beck, Judith 
van Guysling, Joseph Shurtleff. Recorded vol. IV., 119. 



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45» 

1798 

Septbr. 30 
Octobr. 25 



1078 
Decbn 4 

i68z 
Septbr. 6 

Dutch 



1806 

Not. 2X 

Z823 

Septbr. 10 



46 (B I) 
1673 



47 (B 2) 
1084 



ALLISON, JameSi born at North Shields, North- 
umberland, baker. Bartholomew Dillon of New York, 
cordwainer, property at Germantown, N. Ca. Executors 
Bartholomew Dillon and Michael Ryan. Witnesses 
Michael Ryan, Joseph Hoban, John Thomson. Re- 
corded ut supra, vol. II., 87. 

ABE EL, Stoffel Jansen, of New Albany, and 
wife Neeltje. Children Magdalena, 17 years old and 
married, Maria, 14 years, Johannes, 1 1 years, and Eliza- 
beth. Real and personal estate. Executors and guardians 
the survivor with brothers-in-law Teunis Cornelissen van 
der Poel and Adriaen Gerritsen Papendorp. Witnesses 
Jan Verbeeck, Leendert Philippsen and Adriaen van 
Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, Court 
Minutes, 1680-5, p. 169. 

APPLE, Henry, of Guilderland, Albany Co. Wife 
Eve, daughter Nancy, wife of David Ogsbury who 
has daughter Eve, Margaret, wife of Volkert Jacobson, 
Susanah, wife of Henry Shaven, Eve, wife of Henry 
Jacobson, nephew Henry Ogsbury. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, Volkert Jacobson and James 
Henderson. Witnesses Michael Frederick junior, Chas. 
Davie. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 107. 

BETTS, William, of the Younghers Plantation in 
the jurisdiction of . . . Orange so-called. Wife Alice, 
sons Samuel, Hopestr . . . John, daughter Hittabell 
Tibbot ; John, son of Samuel Barret, 20 acres of upland 
near Eastchester. Personal property. Will incomplete 
and much worn. 

BUDD, John. Only the last part of this will is 
extant, appointing neighbours John Tuthill and Issaack 
Arnold as executors. The will is proved in the Court of 
Oyer and Terminer for Suffolk Co., N. Y., November 12, 
1684. 



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48 (B 3) 

Jaaj. 33 

169Z-3 



BERKHOVEN, Adam Brower, of Bmckland. 

Wife Magdalena* children of sons Peter and Jacob, and 
of daughter Aeltje, who are cut off with a shilling for dis- 
obedience, and own children, viz., Mathys, William, 
Adam, Abraham, Nicolas, Mar}% Fytie, Helena, Anna, 
Sarah and Rachel, William*s son Adolphus, Mathys* 
daughter Magdalen, Mary*s daughter Magdalen, and 
F3rtie's daughter Magdalen, inherit everything. Peter's 
daughters Magdalen and Vroutie are to receive each one 
piece of } ($iH)> besides their share in the estate. 
Executors Barent van Tielburg and William Nazareth. 
Witnesses Henry Sleght, Cornelius Siebring and John 
Fredricks. No certificate of proof. 



49 (B 4) 
1703 

Ang. 14 



BRUCHMAN, Hermanus, of New York City, 

merchant, leaves to eldest son Hendrick and to second 
son Cornelius all property in the Province of New York 
and in Holland. Executors Joannis Outman and Gysbert 
van Imbui^h of New York City, merchants. Witnesses 
Andres Myer, Benjamin Wynkoop, Abraham Gouverneur, 
Codicil of same date gives the property to the Dutch Re- 
formed Church in New York City in case the sons die 
without issue. Same witnesses. No certificate of proof. 



50 (B 5) 

1703 

Decbr. 16 

1733 

Octobr. 33 at 

Boston 



BRIDON, Francis, of Boston, New England. 
Wife Susannah sole heiress and executrix of all real and 
personal estate. Witnesses Robert Fitzhugh, Isaac 
Biscon, Francis Gyles. 



51 (B « 

1706 
Decbr. I3 

17x0 

{nneS 
>ntch 



BROWER, Hendrick, of Schenectady, N. Y. 
Wife and children mentioned, but not named, except son 
John and stepson Benjamin. Property not described. 
No executors named. Witnesses Philipp Schuyler, Mar- 
ten van Benthuysen, Jesse d'Graef. Letters of adminis- 
tration granted to Maritie, widow of Hendrick Brower, 
May II, 1711. 



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^x7of-7^ SURGES, Jeremiah, of Hamilton Tribe, Island 

Jany. 29 of Bermuda. Cousins Thomas and Jeremiah, sons of 
Fclry. zo brother John, deceased, cousin Mary, daughter of brother 
John, cousins Elizabeth, Richard, Samuel, John, William 
and Jeremiah, children of sister Miriam Peniston, cousin 
Elizabeth Stovell, Anthony, John, Mary, Sarah Johnson, 
daughter and sons of sister Sarah Stovell, cousin Martha 
Dunscomb of Pembroke Tribe, spinster, and her brother 
' Samuel Dunscomb, cousin Ruth Pitcher of St. George s 
Parish, friends Captain William Stone and Thomas Bos- 
tock of Devon Tribe, and the poor of the Parish in Ham- 
ilton Tribe are given legacies. Cousin Jeremiah Burges and 
sister Mary are residuary legatees. Executors Capt. Wm. 
Stone and Jeremiah Burges. Witnesses Perient Trott (at 
the Crawl), Nathaniel Dunscomb, Thomas Bostock. 

53(B8) BOCARDUS, Cornelius, about to go with his 

May 2 brother Ephraim to North Carolina, leaves everything to 
l^LtZ brother-in-law Johannis van Vechten of Rensselaerwyck 
Manor. No executor named. Witnesses Robert Liv- 
ingston junior, Hend. Hansen, Kowraet ten Eyck. 
Johannis van Vechten makes over to Ephraim Bogardus 
of Kingston all the estate October 3, 17 19. 

54^B9) BICKLEY, May (Attorney General of the Prov- 

April 37 ince of New York, 1705). Wife Elizabeth and adopted 
June^7 daughter Elizabeth White to have all real estate. Legacy 
of manuscripts and law-books left to friend William 
Sharpas, a ring and silver snuff-box is left to Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Sharpas. Lands in New Jersey called New Brittain 
and in Kayaderosseras Patent. Witnesses Tho. George, 
Joseph Waldron, James Adam. The widow, George 
Clarke and Peter Fauconnier executors. Wishes to be 
buried without pipes and tobacco, as is usual. 

55 (Bio) BOCARDUS, Evert, of Kingstown, Ulster Co., 

April 13 mariner. Wife Tatie, sons Peter, Evert, Nicolas, daugh- 
Octbr. 24 ^gj.3 Mary and Anaka, heirs to all real and personal prop- 



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S6(Bxi) 



erty. Executors Hendrik Pruyn and Nicolas Hofman. 
Witnesses Johannis Wynkoop, A. Gaasbeeck Chambers, 
Ino. Crooke jun. 

Missing. 



57 (B 12) 
lyii 

June 2 
X721-2 
Jany. 9 

58 (B 13) 

1725 

Novb. 6 

1726 

Septbr. 24 



BOUQUET, Jacob, of New York City, mariner. 
Wife Margaret sole heiress and executrix. Witnesses 
Barent Barheyt, Thomas Jennings, Abraham Gouverneur. 

BRASIER, Thomas, of Apperfield, Ulster Co., 
mariner. Wife Lydia sole heiress and executrix of all 
real and personal estate with a legacy of ;f 100 to brother 
Richard Brasier. Witnesses Jacobus Bruyn, John Bayard, 
R. Bradley. 



59 (B 14) 

1725-0 

Mar. 20 

1726-7 

March xx 



BEATTY, Charles, of Marbletown, Ulster Co. 
Wife Janetie and only child Bata sole heiresses. Execu- 
tors father-in-law Thomas Jansen and brother Robert 
Beatty. Witnesses Ysaac le Fevre, Samuel Cock, Nicolas 
Schoonhoven, Wm. Nottingham. 



60 (B x5) 

1727 
Decb. 27 

X728 
May 20 



BARBERIE, John, of New York City, leaves to 
grandson John, son of Peter Barberie, deceased, one half 
of the land at Romopock, Bergen Co., N. J., to go to tes- 
tator's son John in case of grandson's John death without 
issue ; to granddaughter Frances Barberie 2000 acres 
called Peters Land on Palls Creek, Ulster Co., to go to 
son John as above; to granddaughter Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of son Peter, deceased, 2000 acres at Youfrowshook, 
Ulster Co., also to go to son John as above ; son John 
residuary legatee and executor. Legacy of six silver 
teaspoons and tongs, a silver salver and silver teapot to 
Mrs. Frances Moore and her daughter Frances, wife and 
daughter of John Moore of New York City, merchant. 
Witnesses Benj. Ayshford Hole, John Moore junior, 
Peter Vallete. 



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6x (B z6) 

1721 

Nov. 24 
1727-8 

March 20 
Dutch 



B ROWER, ThomaSi of Schonhechtadee, minis- 
ter of the Reformed Church. His church, Symon, Cor- 
nelis, Engettie, Helena, children of Gerrit Symonsen 
Veeder, Eh'zabeth, wife of Capt. Evert Banker, Annatie, 
wife of William Banker, receive personal property, 
brothers Rev. Theodoris Brower of Dalphin, Overyssel, 
and Rev. Gerardus Brower of SwoU remainder men. 
Executors Evert Banker, Gerrit Symonsen Veeder and 
Rutger Bleecker. Witnesses Stevanus Groesbeck, Abra- 
ham Mabie, Cornelius van Dyck. 



62 (B 17) 

1728 
Decb. 16 

Decbr. 2 



BEEKMAN, Johannes, of Albany City, yeoman. 
Wife Eva, sons Johannis, Jacob, Martin, Johannis Jansen 
and Henry, daughters Susannah, Helena, Maritie, 
Johanna, Alida, Neeltie. Land in Kayaderosseras Patent. 
Wife sole executrix and after her death the five sons. 
Witnesses Thomas Williams, Hendrick Mendertsen 
Roseboom, Daniel Hogan. 



63 (B 18) Same will as preceding. 



64 (B 19) 
1728 

Mays 
Octbr. 3 



BECK, Caleb, of Schenectady, gentleman. Wife 
Anna, sons Caleb, daughter Angeltie, son-in-law John 
Fairly named as heirs of all real and personal property. 
Executors the wife, Thomas Williams of Albany, gentle- 
man, and Lieutenant Helmas Vedder of Schanectady. 
Witnesses Robert Yets, Abraham Meebie, Robert Free- 
man. 



65 (B 20) 

173X 
March 26 

1751 
June 15 



BLAWVELT, Abraham, of Tapan, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Grietie, sons Isaac, Abraham, Jacob and 
Johamus, daughters Amarence, wife of John Harring, 
Marritie, wife of Tunis Kooper, Elizabeth, wife of Peter 
Dupuy and Gretie, wife of Tunis Helling named. Land 
on Rears Mountains. No executors named. Witnesses 
Frederick Wortendyck, Gerret Henneon, David Demarest. 



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^173"^ BEECKMAN, Johannis, junior, of Albany City, 

July 9 trader. Leaves to wife Hester, only son Johannis and 

jinyfaS daughters Arjantie and Jannetie all real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, brother-in-law Harmanus 
Wendell, brother Jacob Beeckman, Evert Wendell and 
Henry Holland junior. Witnesses Johannes de Gar- 
remo, Guileyn Vcrplaenck, Zacharias Sickels. 

%<^g") BURHANS, Helena, widow of Jan Burhans of 

Octbr. 19 Brabant, Kingston, Ulster Co. Sons David, Barent, Wil- 
fJlly\i lem, Abraham, Isaac, Samuel, daughters Hilletje, wife of 
Dutch Edward Whitaker, Jannetie, wife of Peter Dubois, Eliza- 
beth, wife of Jan Ploegh and children of deceased son 
Johan heirs of her personal property. Executors sons 
Barent and Willem. Witnesses Jan Pietersen Oosterhout, 
WiUem Traphagen junior, Ger. van Wagenen. 

^^i?P^ BANKS, James, of Albany, gentleman, leaves 

March 13 legacies to Mary, widow of John Price, to son-in-law 
Ani\ James Carrell alias Banks of Newark, N. J., the remain- 
der, viz., personal property and a lot of i^ acres at Eliza- 
bethtown, N. J., 3 acres of ground at Newark, N. J., a 
house and lot near the Fort at Schenectady in trust to 
John Hansen and Rutt Blaker executors for nephews 
Edward, son of brother William Banks, of Youthel, Ireland, 
and John, son of brother Abraham Banks, of the same 
place. ;f 20 to the Church Wardens of ? to buy a piece of 
plate or a bell. Witnesses John AUwood, Hugh Othway, 
Walter Jones. 

^/y^^' BLAWFELT, Joseph, of Orange Co., yeoman. 

May 27 gives all real and personal estate to wife Elizabeth, to go 
N<m»r?26 ^o the eldest son Honnes, when wife dies or remarries. 
Sons Hendrick, Frederick, Garret, daughters Martha, 
Anatia, Altha receive money, son Abraham one half of 
the farm on Demores Kil. Executors the wife and 
brother Garret Blawfelt. Witnesses Gabriel Ludlow 
junior, Cornells Niker (?), Daniel Blawfelt. 



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70 (B 25) 

1733 
June 10 

1739 
Novbr. 26 



BLAWFELT, Garret, of Orange Co., yeoman. 
Wife Marithe is given all real and personal estate. After 
her death eldest son Isaac is to have the homefarm, 
daughter Lena 163 acres in Tapan Precinct. Land at 
Haverstraw to be sold. Executors the wife and brother- 
in-law Guysbert Crom. Witnesses Ino. McEvers, Gabriel 
Ludlow junior, Minder Hogencamp. 



71 (B 26) 

March 30 
July 31 



BANCKER, Evert, of Rensselaerswyck Manor, 
leaves all his real and personal estate to children Elisabeth, 
wife of Gerrit Lansing, Christoffel, Willem, Jannetie, 
wife of Harmanus Schuyler, Adriaen, Gerardus and 
Johannis. Executors sons Christoffel, Willem, Adriaen 
and Gerardus. Witnesses Antony Bogardus, John de 
Peyster, Rutger Bleecker. 



72 (B 27) 

Decbr. 22 

1746 
June 12 



BEECKMAN, Jacob, of Albany, blacksmith. 
Wife Debora, sons Hendrick and Johannis, daughters 
Maghtel, Efei, and Deborah. House and lot in 2d Ward, 
Albany, two lots on Vossenkil, Albany, one twelfth of 
one thirteenth lot at Caniadarosira (Cayaderosseras ?). 
Executors the wife, son Hendrick and brother (in-law ?) 
Hans Hansen. Witnesses Abraham Lansing, Abraham 
Lansing junior, Juryan Hogan. 



73 (B 28) 
1740 

Nov. 17 
1762 

June 19 



BOGART, Marten, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., 
farmer. Wife Janaka, sons Johannes, Cornelius, daughters 
Sarah and Rebecca receive all real and personal property. 
Executors the wife, son-in-law Guysbert Krom, son 
Johannis and Johannes Thomassen. Witnesses Thomas 
Jansen, Hendrikus Jansen, John Crooke junior. 



74 (B 29) 
Decbr. 14 
Aug. z6 



BENNETT, Robert, of New York City, ship. 
Wright. Sons William and Henery, daughters Johanna 
and Abigail. Executor son William. Witnesses Haeseu- 
wel van Keuren, John Dally, Isaac Taneau. 



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75^(^^3o) BLANCHARD, John, of New York City, dis- 

May 9 tiller. Wife Elizabeth (had first husband Ichabod Loutit), 

Jniy 25 sQns John, Francis, daughters Elizabeth, Elenor, Mehito- 
bell, heirs to all real and personal property, including 
plate. Executors the wife and brother Hezekiah Blan- 
chard of Boston, distiller. Witnesses William Beck, 
Mary Wessells, Lane. Green. 

7<^^(B3i) BERKENMEYER, William Chrlstoph, of 

Septbr. XX Loonenburg, Albany Co., Lutheran Minister. Wife 
Octl?3x Benigna Sibylla, sole heiress of personal property, includ- 
ing plate. Books to go to Trustees of Lutheran Church- 
land, Arent van Schayk, Jacob Halenbeck and Jan Han- 
nessen van Hoesen. Executors the wife, with Rev. Peter 
Nicholas Sommer of the Lutheran Church at Schoharie, 
Johannes Curts of Queensberry, merchant, Matthys van 
Loon of Loonenburg (now Athens) and William Halen- 
beck of the Flats, Albany Co., as overseers. Witnesses 
Jacob Evertsen, Johs. Mynders, Jacobus Lagranse, Johan- 
nis Evertsen. Codicil (in German) dated August 17, 175 1, 
directs burial in Lutheran Church at Loonenburg, revokes 
the paying of ;f 10 to the consistory for his burial, asks Rev. 
Mr. Knoll to preach the funeral sermon and appoints 
Mattheus van Loon, William Hallen Bok and Johannes 
Kurtz executors. Witnesses Albert van Loon, Jan Cas- 
persen Halenbeeck, Frantz van Husen, Johannes Klaw. 

77(B32) BYFIELD, William, . Wife Elizabeth sole 

1747 heiress and executrix. Jonathan Hazard to receive one 

May xs fourth of testators share in all prizes and]captures made by 
the sloop Dolphin, Witnesses Antho. Ham, John van 
Gelder, Joshua Slidell. Will incomplete. Probated in 
New York. 

78(B33) BLAIN, Thomas, of Orange Co., yeoman. Wife 

Augl^s Cathrenah, children Ann, Margret, William, Elizabeth, 

Nov^^a? John, heirs of all property. Executors David Mackam- 

ley and William Thomson of Orange Co. Witnesses 

Richard Edsall, Joseph Perry, Thomas Wright. 



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79(B34) 

1746 

Mayzo 

1750 
Mayaz 



BOGARDUS, Evert, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Geertruy to have all real and personal property for 
life; nephew Evert, son of brother Nicholas, receives 
house and barn in Kingston ; nephew John, son of 
brother-in-law Petrus Edmundus Elmendorph, land on 
the road from Kingston to the Gran Kil ; brother Nicho- 
las Bogardus, nephew Evert, son of brother Petrus, 
brother-in-law Charles Crook, sisters Anaka Decker, Maria 
Decker, Maria Wynkoop, are to have money and other 
personal property. Executors the wife, brothers-in-law 
John Wynkoop and Petrus Edmundus Elmendorph. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Beekman, John Beekman junior, Charles 
Clinton. 



8o(B35) 
1748 

March 6 
Febr. 13 

8z (B 36) 

1751 
MayzS 

X7S9 
Aug. 3X 



BENNETi Richardi of Dartmouth, County Devon, 
mariner. Wife Mary sole heiress and executrix. Wit- 
nesses Mary Lampen, John Lampen. 

BLAUFELDTi Jacobus, of Tappan, Orange 
Co. Wife Elesebedt, sons Johannes, Jacobus, daughters 
Catrena, Elesebedt, Marregretie, Annatie, Sarah and 
Maria inherit all real and personal estate. Executors 
friends David Blaufeldt and Abraham Smith. Witnesses 
Daneel Blaufeldt, Jacob Blaufeldt, Abraham Haring. 



83 (B 37) 

Api^ 3 

1765 
Octbr. z 



83 (B 38) 

Octbr. 29 

1752 
June 4 



BRAS| Adolphy of New York City, shoemaker. 
Wife Maritie, children Adolph, Gerret, Catherine, Mary, 
Jannetie and Gertie. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors brother Hendrick Brass and son Adolph, when of 
age. Witnesses Amos Pain, John Vredenburgh, Lambt. 
Moore. 

BARNES, William, of Rombout Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife not named, sons Anthony, William, 
Jeams, daughters Sarey and Margit inherit all real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and Capt. Henry ter 
Bos. Witnesses Jacobus ter Boss junior, Issac Hepton- 
stall. Jacobus ter Boss. 



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^/^^ 39) BAYAR D, Stephen, of Bergen Co., N. J., yeoman. 

Jany. 3z Sons William, and Robert, daughter Margaret. Farm, 
called Hooboken in Bergen Co., to go to son William, 
farm, called Weehaken, Bergen Co., to son Robert ; all 
other real estate, derived from testators father Samuel 
Bayard, mother Margaret Bayard or patented to be 
equally divided among the children. Plate, marked with 
her mother's name, goes to daughter, other plate, etc., to 
sons. Executors son William, brother Nicholas Bayard, 
brother-in-law Peter Schuyler with son Robert and daugh- 
ter Margaret, when they come to age. Witnesses John 
McEvers, Nat. Johnson, Archd. Kennedy. Codicil, dated 
Decbr. 17, 1753, gives all undivided lands to son William. 
Witnesses Henry Brockholls, John van Cortlandt, Nathl. 
Fish junior. Only relatives, cousins german, to be in- 
vited to funeral. 

«5^<^y®) BEVIER, Samuel, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 

April 3 Wife Esther, children Philipp, Isaac, Abraham, Louis, 
ApS% Johannis, Margriet, wife of Mathew Lefever, Marie, wife 
of Abraham Lefever, and Esther. Lands in New Paltz 
Patent. Executors sons Abraham, Johannes, sons-in-law 
Mathew and Abraham Lefever and daughter Esther. 
Witnesses Louis Bevier, Jacob Hasbrouck junior, J. 
Hasbrouck. 



^1754^'^ BAYLES, Joseph, of Florada, Orange Co. Wife 

Jany. 17 Phebe, sons Joseph, Daniel, Justus, Elias, daughters 
***^ ^ Catherine, May and Phebe. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife and brother Daniel Bayles. Wit- 
nesses George Wood, farmer, William Finn, physician, 
John Bears. 

87 (B43) BEEKMAN, Johannes, Probate of Will of, of 

Octbr. I Albany, proved before Myndert Schuyler December 2, 
1732, with letters testamentary to Eva Beekman, sole 
executrix during her life. 



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79(B34) 

1746 

Mayzo 

1750 
May 31 



BOGARDUS, Evert, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Geertruy to have all real and personal property for 
life; nephew Evert, son of brother Nicholas, receives 
house and barn in Kingston ; nephew John, son of 
brother-in-law Petrus Edmundus Elmendorph, land on 
the road from Kingston to the Gran Kil ; brother Nicho- 
las Bogardus, nephew Evert, son of brother Petrus, 
brother-in-law Charles Crook, sisters Anaka Decker, Maria 
Decker, Maria Wynkoop, are to have money and other 
personal property. Executors the wife, brothers-in-law 
John Wynkoop and Petrus Edmundus Elmendorph. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Beekman, John Beekman junior, Charles 
Clinton. 



8o(B35) 

1748 
March 6 

Febr. 13 

81 (B 36) 

1751 
Ma7z8 

X7S9 
Aug. 31 



N N ET, R ichardi of Dartmouth, County Devon, 
mariner. Wife Mary sole heiress and executrix. Wit- 
nesses Mary Lampen, John Lampen. 

BLAUFELDT, Jacobus, of Tappan, Orange 
Co. Wife Elesebedt, sons Johannes, Jacobus, daughters 
Catrena, Elesebedt, Marregretie, Annatie, Sarah and 
Maria inherit all real and personal estate. Executors 
friends David Blaufeldt and Abraham Smith. Witnesses 
Daneel Blaufeldt, Jacob Blaufeldt, Abraham Haring. 



83 (B 37) 

X7$x 
AprU 3 

Octbr. I 



BRASi Adolph, of New York City, shoemaker. 
Wife Maritie, children Adolph, Gerret, Catherine, Mary, 
Jannetie and Gertie. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors brother Hendrick Brass and son Adolph, when of 
age. Witnesses Amos Pain, John Vredenburgh, Lambt. 
Moore. 



83 (B 38) 

Octbr. 29 

x7Sa 
June 4 



BARNES, William, of Rombout Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife not named, sons Anthony, William, 
Jeams, daughters Sarey and Margit inherit all real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and Capt. Henry ter 
Bos. Witnesses Jacobus ter Boss junior, Issac Hepton- 
stall. Jacobus ter Boss. 



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^1753^^^ B AYAR D, Stephen, of Bergen Co,, N. J,, yeoman. 

Jany. 31 Sons William, and Robert, daughter Margaret. Farm, 
called Hooboken in Bergen Co., to go to son William, 
farm, called Weehaken, Bergen Co., to son Robert ; all 
other real estate, derived from testators father Samuel 
Bayard, mother Margaret Bayard or patented to be 
equally divided among the children. Plate, marked with 
her mother's name, goes to daughter, other plate, etc., to 
sons. Executors son William, brother Nicholas Bayard, 
brother-in-law Peter Schuyler with son Robert and daugh- 
ter Margaret, when they come to age. Witnesses John 
McEvers, Nat. Johnson, Archd. Kennedy. Codicil, dated 
Decbr. 17, 1753, gives all undivided lands to son William. 
Witnesses Henry Brockholls, John van Cortlandt, Nathl. 
Fish junior. Only relatives, cousins german, to be in- 
vited to funeral. 

^^i?<t^ BEVIER, Samuel, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 

April 3 Wife Esther, children Philipp, Isaac, Abraham, Louis, 
ApS^x7 Johannis, Margriet, wife of Mathew Lefever, Marie, wife 
of Abraham Lefever, and Esther. Lands in New Paltz 
Patent. Executors sons Abraham, Johannes, sons-in-law 
Mathew and Abraham Lefever and daughter Esther. 
Witnesses Louis Bevier, Jacob Hasbrouck junior, J. 
Hasbrouck. 



^\?s}^^ BAYLES, Joseph, of Florada, Orange Co. Wife 

Jany. 17 Phebe, sons Joseph, Daniel, Justus, Elias, daughters 
*^ Catherine, May and Phebe. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife and brother Daniel Bayles. Wit- 
nesses George Wood, farmer, William Finn, physician, 
John Bears. 

%7S5^^ BEEKMAN, Johannes, Probate of Will of, of 

Octbr. I Albany, proved before Myndert Schuyler December 2, 
1732, with letters testamentary to Eva Beekman, sole 
executrix during her life. 



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««j(®43) BOCARD, Cornelis, of Albany, shipwright. 

May 23 Wife Doraty, son Hendrick, daughters Catharina, Jan- 
April ao netie, wife of Johannis Volkertsen Douw, Ragel, wife of 
Volkert Ans.Douw. House and lot in 3d Ward, Albany, 
and other real estate. Executors the wife and son-in-law 
Johannis Volkertsen Douw. Witnesses Harmen Hun, 
Hendrick G. van Ness, Adryeyen Qakenbos. 

89^(^44) BULL, William, of Goshen, Orange Co., mason. 

Fcbry. ao Wife Sarah, daughters Mary, Margaret, Catherine, Anne, 
June^zo Elinor, sons John, William, Thomas, Isaac, Richard. 
House and 100 acres on the road to Goshen, farms on the 
Wallkil, land adjoining Evans Patent. Executors the 
wife and son William. Witnesses Thomas Stewart, 
Philipp de Finx, Derrick Scot. 

90(845) BROWN, Benjamin, of Rye, Westchester Co. 

Jany. 4 Sons Benjamin, Joseph, Daniel and William. Real and 
personal estate. Executors brothers Thomas and Hache- 
liah Brown. Witnesses Zebediah Brown, Jonathan Car- 
hartt, John Hill. Copy. 

91(846) BROMLEY, Catharine, of New York City. 

June^4 Daughter Catharine Godwin. Real and personal prop- 
^756 erty. Executor brother John van Dyck. Witnesses 

Edward Man, Jean Helme, Richard R. Smith. 

9a^(B^7) BRUSH, Josepll, of Huntington, L. I., cord- 

Aug. 19 wainer. Wife Rebecca, sons Edward and Joseph, daugh- 
ters Esther, Jemima and Elisabeth. Real estate, seven 
acres, called Old Hollow, bought from Daniel Whitman, 
and undivided lands in the Baiting Place Purchase. 
Incomplete copy. 

93^(B^8) BEEKIVIAN, Johannis, of Albany, merchant. 

May 20 Wife Deborah, sons John, Jacob, daughters Catrina and 
Octlf^is ^^^' Undivided share in Caniadarosseras or Queens- 
borough Patent, house and lot in Albany, personal prop- 



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23 



erty. Executors the wife, brother Henry Beekman, 
brothers-in-law Nicolaes Cuyler and Jacob van Schaick. 
Witnesses Jacob C. ten Eyck, John Marseh'us jun., 
John R. Bleecker. 



M(B49) 

Jany. 16 
Septbr. 37 



BLEECKER, Rutger, of Albany. Sons Johan- 
nis R. and Jacobus, daughter Maragrita, widow of Edward 
Collins, grandsons Rutger, son of Johannis, and Rutger, 
son of Jacobus. Pictures of himself and wife, silverplate 
and other personal property, real estate partly inherited 
from brother Nicolaes Bleecker. Executors the two sons 
and brother Hendrick Bleecker. Witnesses Isack Ver- 
plank, Daved Groesbeeck jun., Williem Verplanck. 



95 (B 50) 

1751 
April 30 

Octbr. 24 
Dutch 



BRINCKi Jacob, of Sondersorgh («/i/Ai7fi/ Care\ 
near Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife Anna Marijtje, sons 
Jan, Cornells and Jacob, daughters but not named. Exe- 
cutors Jan Eltinge and Christoffel Kierstede. Witnesses 
Anthonie Hofman, Counraedt Ja. Elmendorph, Willem 
Eltinge. 



9« (B SI) 

V, '157 
NoTbr. 17 

^'Z59 
Octbr. 



xo 



BAYLES, Nathaniel, of Floredy, Orange Co. 
Wife Sarah, children Samuel, Tabitha, Nathaniel, Sarah, 
David, Elias and Mary. Apparently only personal 
property. Executors David Shepard and William Denn, 
both of Goshen. The three youngest sons to be appren- 
ticed to trades on Long Island. Witnesses John Bears, 
James Miller, Martha Whitman. 



97 (B 5») 

Decbr. 20 

1761 
April 10 

Dutch 



BEEKMAN, Thomas, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Marritie, sons Johannes, Cornelis, daughters Judike, 
wife of Daniel Whitaker, Alida, Catherine, Elisabeth, wife 
of Tunis Hooghteyling, and Mally, wife of Cornelis Swart. 
Personal property, lands, the Island Orchard, woodland, 
the farm of the poor in Kingston jurisdiction, a house 
and lot in Kingston. Executors the wife and sons. Wit- 
nesses Pctrus Bogardus, Christoffel Kierstede, Jan Elting. 



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98(BS3) 

t. 1758 
Fcbry. 25 
Decbr. 13 



BR AKIN, Mathew, of New York City, lansman. 
Loving friends Jeams Brakin and Meary Farroll of N. Y, 
City sole heirs and executors of all real and personal 
estate, including prize money coming from ship Rial 
George, Witnesses Robert Harper carpenter, Samuel 
Crosby. John Haines of Rye, Westchester Co., weaver 
and principal creditor of deceased, granted letters of 
administration, Mary Farrol having died and James 
Braken being absent beyond sea. 



99(BS4) 

X758 

May I 

Octbr. 20 



BRINCKERHOFF, Jacob, of Fishkil, Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, children Anna, Catherina 
and Dirck. Real and personal property. Executors 
brothers Colonel John BrinckerhofT, Isaac Brinckerhoff, 
John BrinckerhofT, shoemaker, and Isaac Lent. Wit- 
nesses Cor. Osborn, Matthias Horton, Thos. Porter. 



xoo (B 55) 

1758 
Septbr. 4 

1761 
April 4 



loi (B 56) 

Aprli^26 

1761 
April 15 



BORGHARD, Gerrit, of Kinderhook, tailor. 
Wife Antje, nephew Lambert, son of brother Hendrick 
Borghard of Sheffield, New England, niece Geesje, daugh- 
ter of sister Eytje Moor, cousin Abraham, son of Jurreje 
van Hoesen of Kinderhook, sister Feytje, wife of Andris 
Kittel. Land South of Kinderhook Patent, derived from 
father Jan Borghardt. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Cornelis van Alen, Ellibirtie Goes, Arent van 
Dyck. 

BROADHEAD, Daniel, of Marbletown, Ulster 
Co. Wife Maritje, sons Daniel and Samuel. Real and 
personal estate. Executors brother Charles Broadhead, 
brother-in-law Johannes Dewitt and nephew Charle De- 
witt. Witnesses Louis Bevier, Nathan Smedis, Gysbert 
Scrom. 



Z02 (B 57) 

1759 
Maya 

X705 
Junes 



BEDELL, Davidi of Hempstead, Queens Co. 
Sons David and Elias, daughters Phebe de Mott, Eliza- 
beth Alburtus, Hannah Hall, Anne Pine and Mary, 
grandson Jacob Bedell, granddaughters Margaret and 



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Elisabeth Bedell, daughter-in-law Hannah, widow of 
Jacob Bedell. Home farm, land at Hungry Harbour 
and patent rights in Hempstead Township. Executors 
the two sons. Witnesses Peter Fowler, James Burtis 
jun., David Batty. 

xo3(Bs8) BRADNER, Christian, of Goshen, Orange Co. 

JuiT 36 Sons Colvil, John, Gilbert and Benoni, daughters Susanna, 

Septor. 17 Mary, Sarah and Elizabeth. Real and personal property 

(land at Newborough, Ulster Co.). Executors sons Col- 
vil and John. Witnesses Daniel Smith Wood, Abner 
Wood, William Denn, 

xo4(Bs9) BUTLER, Thomas, of Albany. Brothers John 

Septbr. 8 and Walter, sisters Mary, wife of John van der Heyden, 
Septbr. 35 and Ann, daughters Mary and Deborah of bro. Walter 

and three sons, not named, of bro. John. Farm, called 
New Land, 1 200 acres, bought from widow Scot and her 
son John M. Scot, Executors Albert Rightman and 
Peter Canine of the Mohawks Country. Witnesses 
William Corry, Jacob van Schayck, Martin Myndersen. 

xo5(B6o) BEVIER, Samuel, of Rochester, Ulster Co., 

X750 
March 6 farmer. Wife , children Andrew, Mary, Abraham, 

AorU^o Mathew, Rachel, Elisabeth and Cornelia, Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors " my son ** and brothers An- 
drew Johannis Bevier and Jacob Bevier. Witnesses 
William Dewitt, John Dewitt, Stephen Dewitt. 

io6(B6z) BRUYN, Severyn, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife 

Aug. 10 Cathrina, sons Jacobus and Johannis, a child about to be 

O tl^io born. House and lot in Kingston, land in Harrison 
Patent of 1720, orchard and lot, bought from the estate 
of Hendrick Pruyn ; personal estate includes twelve sil- 
ver spoons. Executors three brothers-in-law Abraham 
Hasbrook, Petrus ten Brook, Benjamin ten Brook and 
friend Abraham Low. Witnesses Ephraim Low, Ben- 
jamin Louw and Cornelius Elmendorph junior. 



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107 (B 63) 
Jany. 16 



Z08 (B 63) 

X759 
March 18 

Junes 



Z09 (B 64) 

1760 
March 13 

Fcbry. 3 



lzo(B65) 

1761 

June z 

Julyz 



zzz (B 66) 

Z760 
Fcbry. 25 

Z7§4 
July 4 



BISHOPy ThomaSy of Eastchester, Westchester 
Co., Wife Mary, daughter Martha Butler, grandson 
Bishop Hadley, granddaughter Magdalen Hadley. House 
and lot in the Out Ward, N. Y. City, do. at Eastchester, 
and a house in New York. Executors the wife and Gil- 
bert Taylor. Witnesses John Ryder, Edward Burling, 
Philipp Fowler. Copy made June i, 1764. 

BUTLERy Jani68y of Richmond Co. Sons James 
and Mathias, daughter Elizabeth, wife of Charles Laforge, 
Mary and Nelly. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brother-in-law Lewis Dubois and son-in-law Charles La- 
forge both, of Richmond Co. Witnesses Benjn. Seaman, 
James Seguin jun, John Segaing. 

BUTLERy Waltety of Schenectady, Lieut. Inde- 
pendent Companies. Wife Deborah, son John, daughters 
Maria van der Heyden and Anna, grandchildren Maria and 
Deborah, daughters of son Walter dec'd. Land in Coghon- 
awago Patent and personal property. Executors Joseph 
Yates jun. and son John Butler, both of Schenectady. 
Witnesses John van Sise, Jno. Brown, Fanny Burrowes. 

BURHANSy Davidy jun, of Brabant, Kingston, 
Ulster Co, Brothers Jacob, Wilhelmus, Johannis (deed.), 
sister Helena, wife of Philipp Vielen, Marytie, wife of 
Samuel Dubois, Cathrena, wife of Samuel Whitaker, 
Elisabeth, widow of Johannis van Wagenen, nephew 
Barent, son of sister Catherine Whitaker, and Barent, son 
of brother Wilhelmus, niece Elisabeth, daughter of sister 
Marytie Dubois. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brothers Jacob Burhans and James Hamilton. Witnesses 
James Whitaker, Philipp Meller, Edward Whitaker jun, 

BYVANCKy Anthonyy of New York City. Wife 
Catherine, sons Anthony and John, daughter Catherine. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and 
Mary Burnsides. Witnesses Francis Cooley, Geo. Gor- 
don, Michael Saitz. 



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'"760^^^ BLAUVELT, David, of Orange Town, Orange 

April 18 Co. Wife Maria, sons Johannes, Abraham, Jacobus, Cor- 

fj^f^j^ nelius, Teunis and David, daughters Catharina, Maria 

and Eh'zabeth. Real and personal property. Executors 

Peter Haring, John Perry jun., Johannes D. Blauvelt. 

Witnesses Johannis Haring, Johannis van Houten, John 

Haring. 

"3(B68) BRAT, Johannes Arentsen, of Schenectady. 

Febrr. i6 Wife Maria, sisters Maragreta van Dyck, Catrena Wimpel 
Septbr. 8 and Harjaentie van Petten dec'd, sisters Helena, daughter 
Jannetie Schermerhorn, cousin Jannetie, daughter of 
brother-in-law John Truax dec'd, four daughters of dec'd 
brother Andres Brat, viz : Catlintie, wife of John Butler, 
Jannetie, Helena and Harjaentie, father Arent Brat, 
brother Harmanus, nephews Arent Andressen Brat and 
John Andressen Brat, maid servant Maragret Carel. 
Lands West of and near to Schenectady, on Nistagijoene 
(Niskayuna) Road, house and lot in Schenectady, and 
personal property. Executors Simon Johnsen Veeder, 
Isaac Vrooman and brother Harmanus Brat. Witnesses 
John Veeder, Henry Roseboom, Johannes van der Hey- 
den junr, Dirck van Ingen. 

"4(f,^) BRUNDAGE, Benjamin, of Philipps Upper 

Jany. xa Patent, Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, sons 
Febry. 27 Daniel, Nathaniel, James and Nathan, daughter Judah 
Jenkins. Real and personal property. Executors Moses 
Travis and James Philipps. Witnesses John Laurance 
of Dutchess Co, farmer, Elisha Travis of West Chester 
Co. farmer, Ann Palmer. 

"^62^^^ BARTON, Joseph, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutch- 

April 20 ess Co. Wife , sons Benjamin, Eligey, William, Jo- 

*^ ''^ seph, Lewes, Caleb, Roger, daughters Millisan, Sarah, 
Rachel, grandson Joseph, son of Benjamin, Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors sons Lewis and Caleb. Witnesses 
Nathaniel Marshall, Ephraim Palmer, Wm. Doughty, 



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Calendar of Wills. 



zz6(B 71) 

Z76a 
Decbr. 6 

Z768 
June z 



zz7(B7a) 

Z763 
Aug. za 

Z766 
May 2$ 



BAYLES, Richard, of Floredy, Orange Co. Wife 
Deborah, sons Richard, and Jonathan, daughters Jean 
Holly, Lurania, Ruhemis and Sarah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Doctor Nathaniel Elmer and George 
Wood, both of Floredy. Witnesses Henry Case, Mar- 
gery Case, Wm. Denn. 

BARCLAY, Andrew, of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Wife Helena, sons Thomas, James, Andrew, Henry and 
John, daughters Ann Dorothy, wife of Theophilact Bache, 
Catherine, Sarah, Ann, Margaret, Helena and Charlotte 
Amelia. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife, father-in-law Jacobus Roosevelt, brother Rev. Henry 
Barclay, brother-in-law Jacobus Roosevelt, son-in-law 
Theophilact Bache, sons Thomas, James and Andrew. 
Witnesses Nicholas Bayard jun., John Glover, Ino. 
Roosevelt. 



zz8(B73) 

Z763 
May Z3 

Z77Z 
June 7 



ZZ9 (B 74) 

Decbr. z6 

Z767 
June Z7 



zao IB 75) 

Z863 
Decbr. Z3 

Z764 
Mach Z4 



BEVIER, Abraham, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 
Wife Margrietje, sons Solomon and Abraham, daughters 
Magdalena, Sarah, Jacomyntje, Cathrintie and Maria. 
Real and personal property. Executors the wife and 
brothers-in-law Noah Eltinge of New Paltz and Matthew 
Lefever of Hurly, Ulster Co. Witnesses Jacob Hasbrouck 
jun., R. Josias Eltinge, Joseph Coddington. 

BRAT, Dirck, of Rensselaers Wyk Colony, black- 
smith. Wife Cornelia, son Peter Drs., daughter Trintie, 
wife of Jacob Deforrest, grandsons Jesse Deforrest and 
Dirk Deforrest, children of dec'd daughter Engeltie. 
Real and personal property. Executors the wife, the 
son and Staats van Santvoort. Witnesses Ryckert van 
Vranken, Symon Johs. Veeder, John H. Lydius. 

BRETT, Catherine, of Fishkil, Dutchess Co., 
widow. Sons Francis and Robert, children of son Robert, 
viz: Matthew, Francis, Rombout, Sarah and Robert. 
Real estate a number of farms and personal property. 



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29 



Executors son Francis, Colonel John Brinkerhoff,^Capts. 
Eleazar Dubois and Peter Dubois of Rombout Precinct. 
Witnesses Obadeiah Cooper, John Bailey jun., Catharine 
Bogardus. 



I2X (B 76) 

1764 

March 30 

Octbr. X 



BORGH ART, Jaili of Kinderhook, yeoman. Son 
Hendrick, grandsons Jan Borghart, Lambert, sons of Hen- 
drick, daughters Eytje, widow of John Moor of Claverack, 
Feytje, wife of Andres Kittel, Anna, daughter of son 
Hendrick, children of dec'd daughter Maria, wife of Jurje 
van Hoesen, grandson Jan Kittel. Land at Sheffield, 
East side of Housatonic River, or Great Barrington, at 
Kinderhook, at Petannock, and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Grandsons Jan and Lambert Borghart and 
Peter B. Vosburgh. Witnesses Louris Goes, John van 
Alstyne, Laurens van Dyck. 



122 (B 77) 

1764 
Novbr. 8 

1765 
Jany. 2 



BRINKERHOFF, Johannis, of Rumbouts 

Precinct, Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, son Hen- 
drick. Real and personal estate. Executors father 
Hendrick Brinkerhoff and father-in-law Abraham Brink- 
erhofl. Witnesses Andrs, Breested, John Cooke, Abrm. 
Lent. 



123 (B 78) 

1764 
NoYbr. 21 

Z768 
June 20 



BELLINGER, Frederick, of Canajoharie, Al- 

bany Co., yeoman. Wife , son Thomas, daughter 

Elisabeth, wife of Jacob Klock. Personal estate. Execu- 
tors Jacob Klock and Hendrick Frey. Witnesses Peter 
Eigenbrodt, Johannis Eigenbrodt, Philipp Helmer. 



124 (B 79) 

1765 
Aug:. X3 

Decbr. 3 



B ROWER, Cornelius, of Schenectady, yeoman. 
Wife Cornelia, son Hendrick, daughter Mary, wife of 
John Monroe of Albany, merchant, grandsons Cornelius 
Rickey and Gerrit van Antwerp. Real and personal 
property. Executor the wife. Witnesses Lancaster 
Conner, Tunis van Vleck, Mathew Lyiie. 



30 Calendar of Wills. 



March 38 



May 39 



"S(B8o) BOGARDUS, Petrus, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 

June 4 Wife Rebecca, sons Evert, Jacob, Petrus, daughters Ger- 

S Y^/ 2K "^J^' Marytje, wife of Benj. Low, and Catherine. Share 

in Anneke Jans property, other real and personal estate. 
Executors son Jacob, sons-in-law Benjamin Low and 
Coenraedt Corns. Elmendorph. Witnesses Coenraadt 
Elmendorph, Johannis Wynkoop jun., Ch, D. Witt. 

"^1767^'^ BURROUGHS, Benjamin, of Dutchess Co. 

June Z3 Children Thomas, Deborah, Elizabeth, Benjamin, James, 
April a William, Joseph, Nathan. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Thomas, son-in-law Caleb Carman jun., 
Francis Way and William van Wyck, all of Dutchess Co. 
Witnesses Theod. van Wyck jun., of Rumbouts Precinct, 
physician, Aeltje van Wyck, James Peck. 



"7<fg^*> BARNES, John, of Cornwall Precinct, physician. 

March aa Wife Sarah, son John. Whole estate. Executors John 

Hill, physician and Israel Sealy. Witnesses Nathl. Jayne, 

Thos, Coleman, Lewis Donnovan. 



"MB^«3) BITYER, Adam, of Rhinebeck Precinct, Dutchess 

May 30 Co., yeoman. Wife Maritje, daughters Catharine, Eliza- 

Septbr. xa beth, Geertie. Farm and real property. Executors 

father-in-law Johannis Righter, brother Wm. Bitsier and 
John van Ness. Witnesses Jacob Hermanse, Jacob Min- 
kelaer, Anthy Hoffman jun., Zacharias Hoffman, jun. 

X39(B 84) BOCKEE, Abraham, of Amenia Precinct, Dutch- 

Jany/xx ess Co. Wife Mary, son Jacob, daughters Mary Salkeld 
n?-!/. and Annitie Bockee. Lands in Charlotte Precinct, 1. e. 
part of lot No. 17, Second Division, Great 9 Partners, lot 
in first water lot. First Division, lot in No. 16, Second 
Division, lot in No. 7, Third Division. Executors the wife, 
daughter Annitie and the son, when of age. Witnesses 
Thos. Fish, Joshua Fish, Elijah Browning, John Fish. 
Codicil, dated January 19, 1776, authorizes executors to 
sell land in lot No. 27, Second Division, Great 9 Partners. 
Witnesses Thomas Fish, Isaac Smith, Matths. B. Miller. 



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«3o(B8S) BROWN, Duncan, of Wallkil Precinct, Ulster 

Aug. ax Co. Sons John, Gilbert and Archibald, daughter Chris- 
'77* tian McLachlin, grandsons Daniel and John, sons of dec'd 

son Daniel. Homefarm, a town lot, land in Arguile 
Township, Albany Co. and personal property. Execu- 
tors son John and Daniel Gillespy. Witnesses Neal 
McLaughlin, Archibald Brown, Patience McLaughlin. 

131 (B 86) BOCKHOUT, Johannis, of Rombouts Precinct, 

1770 
Aug. 20 Dutchess Co. Sons Pieter, John, Jacobus, Abraham, 

F b^^'xx daughters Hester, Mary, Margriet and Nansie. Real and 

personal estate. Executors John Cock, merchant, and 

Joseph Tosten (Thurston), yeoman, both of Rombouts 

Prect. Witnesses Thomis John and Samuel Barker. 

»3«^JB^«7) BURNSIDE, Mary, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Febry. aj Brother Peter Peterson, sisters Tuentie Waldron, Cath- 
erine Wessels, Gertie, daughter of Dirck Peterson dec'd, 
James, son of James Wessels of N. Y., inn-keeper. Per- 
sonal property including a silver tankard. Executors 
sister Tuentie Waldron and Henry van Vleeck of N. Y. 
City, merchant. Not signed or witnessed. 

X33(B88) BLOOM- Phemmetie, of Rumbouts Precinct, 

X770 
April 2 Dutchess Co., widow. Sons Dirck Brinckerhoff, John A. 

Ma/^hao Brinckerhoff, daughters Elizabeth, wife of Abraham 
Brinckerhoff, Antie, wife of Abraham Lent, grandsons 
Abraham, son of son John A., Abraham Lent, jun., 
granddaughters Aeltie, da. of Rudolphus Swartwout, 
Phemmetie, wife of Thomas Langdon, Phemmetie, 
daughter of son John A., Phemmetie, da. of son Dirck, 
the heirs of dec'd da. Altie, wife of Abraham Adri- 
ance, the heirs of dec'd daughter Dinah, wife of Rudol- 
phus Swartwout. Personal property. Executors son 
John A. Brinckerhoff, Gysbert Schenk and Jacobus 
Swartwout. Witnesses Isaac Brinckerhoff, Altje Swart- 
wout, Roeloff Schenk. 



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134(889) BOOTH, Charles, of the Wallkil, Ulster Co. Sons 

July 30 Charles, George, John, Benjamin, daughter Anna Wilkins, 
. '77a grandchildren William Booth and Lydy Booth, children 

of dec'd daughter Mary Haines viz: Susanna, Mary, 
Mehitebel, Charles and Anna, children of da. Anna WiU 
kins viz : Moses, Mary, James and Charles. Real and 
personal property. Executors sons George and Benjamin. 
Witnesses Thomas Bull, Stephen Harlow, Thomas Rhodes. 

135(890) BEEKMAN, William, of N. Y. City, physician. 

Jany. 4 Children Magdalen, Catherine, Gerardus, Mary, William, 

Abraham, James, Cornelia, widow of Wm. Walton and 

Elisabeth, wife of Robert Rutgers, children of daughter 
Elisabeth viz : Harmen, Catherine, Anthony, Robert and 
Gerard, cousin Abraham, son of Abraham de Lanoy, 
vintner. Real estate, residence and lot on van Brugh 
Str., lots in the Fly between John Bogert and Benjamin 
Moore, together with water lots and wharf, house and lot 
in Beekman Str., opposite St. George's Chapel, No. 67, 
lot No. 194 Beekman Str., farm in the Out Ward, house 
and lot in Maiden Lane ; personal property includes plate. 
Executors sons Gerardus, William, Abraham and James. 
Witnesses Peter Marsalis, Anthony King and Abraham 
de Lanoy jun. Official copy. 

136(891) BLANCHAN, Mattheus, of Bloomendal, Hurly 

April az Precinct, Ulster Co., yeoman. Sons Johannis, Jacob, 

»7g^ Mattheus, daughters Annatie, Catherine and Brackey. 

Real and personal estate. Executors the three sons 

and son-in-law Simon Frere. Witnesses Samuel Lefevre, 

Jacob Lefevre, Gab. Ellison, John Cantine. 

Z37(B93) BANKER, Nathaniel, of Rumbouts Precinct, 

Tunc 9 Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Annatie, sons Stephen, 

July x6 Adolph, daughters Sarah, Elizabeth and Magdalene. 

Real and personal property. Executors Johannes De- 

witt jun., Samuel Somes and John Jewell. Witnesses 

John Wilde, Henry Clapp, Stephen Thorn. 



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138 (B 93) 
177a 

April 29 
1702 {sic.) 

May 10 



X39 (B 94) 
Decbr. 30 
April t6 



140 (B 95) 

Jniy 25 

Octbr. 13 



141 (B 96) 

177a 
Anr. 17 
Octbr. I 



142 (B 97) 

7^i 
xoth Day 

2d Mth. 



Not 



«774 
ivbr. 19 



143 (B 98) 

"773 
Decor. 9 

«774 
Jaiiy. 4 



BALY, Jonathan, of Floredy, Orange Co. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons Richard, Jonathan, Benjamin, Asa. Real 
and personal property. Executor brother Richard Baly 
and Nathaniel Elmore. Witnesses Isaac Nicoll, Ananias 
Whitman, Donal Curwin. 

BROOKS, Jonathan, of Rumbouts Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Elisabeth, son Jonathan, daughter 
Elisabeth. Real and personal property. Executors 
Joseph Thurston, John Miers jun. and John Low. Wit- 
nesses John Kip, William Brooks, John Langdon. 

B R ETT, R U mbout, of Dutchess Co. Sister Sarah, 
wife of Abraham BrinckerhofT, nephew Robert Brett the 
third, niece Catharine Brett, both children of Matthew 
Brett dcc'd, brother Robert Brett, father Robert Brett 
sen. Real and personal estate. Executors Abraham 
Brinckerhoff and Robert, son of Robert Brett sen. Wit- 
nesses Henry Ludinton, Abraham Hyatt, John Porter. 

B U DD, N icholas, of Rumbouts Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Phebe, daughters Cloe, Ann, Tamer and 
Femme. Real and personal estate. Executors Elisha 
Covet and Joseph Strang, both of van Cortlandt Manor. 
Witnesses Ebenezer White, Joshua Hyatt, John Furden. 

BUTT, Samuel, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Else, brothers John, Gershom, Moses, Aaron 
and Thomas, nephew Samuel, son of Gershom, sisters 
Ruth Brownell, Susannah Wellar and Sarah Barns. Home- 
farm, land in Amenia Precinct or in lot No. 6, Subdivision 
of Nine Partners. Executors Tripp Mosher and Gilbert 
Titus, both of Charlotte Precinct. Witnesses Aaron 
Vail, Phebe Haight, Joshua Haight. 

BELL, Deliverance, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Sons Benjamin, Robert, William, daughters Deliver- 
ance Finny, Bridget Horskins, Anna Bell and Abigail 
Bell, grandaughter Dinah Northrup. Real and personal 



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Calendar of Wills. 



X44 (B 99) 

1773 

NoTbr. 



xo 



Oc 



1778 
ct. IS 



estate. Executors Joseph Fowler and Ephraim Paine. 
Witnesses Solomon Finch, Stephen Manchester, Henry 
Knap. 

BR EWSTER, John, of Cornwall Precinct, Orange 
Co., yeoman. Wife Charity, sons John, Francis, Edward, 
Isaac, daughter Ruth. Homefarm on the Warwick — New 
Windsor road, personal property includes silver table 
spoons and tea spoons. Executors sons John and Francis 
Brewster. Witnesses Nathan Strong, Samuel Moffat jun., 
Thomas Moffat. 



145 (B zoo) 

«774 
Novbr. 25 

Octbr. zo 



146 (B zoz) 

«;r74 

Jnlir 30 
Septbr. 26 



147 (B 102) 

X774 
Aug. 5 

178Z 

Fcbry. 7 



BRINCKERHOFF, John A., of Rumbouts 

Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, sons 
Abraham, George, Isaac and Dirck, daughters Phemmetje 
and Elisabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brother Dirck Brinckerhoff, brothers-in-law Stephen 
Brinckerhoff and George Brinckerhoff, and Jacobus 
Swartwout. Witnesses Cornelius Wiltse, John Smith, 
William Alger. 

BRODHEAD, Wesseli of Marbletown, Ulster 
Co. Wife Catherine, sons Charles, Lewis, daughters 
Rachel, wife of Jacob van Wagenen, Mary, wife of John 
Cantine, Catherine, wife of Lewis Dubois, Elizabeth, wife 
of Dirck Romeyn and Geertruy, wife of Johannis Schoon- 
maker. Houses and land in Marbletown and Rochester; 
in the Great Patent, inherited from brother Charles Brod- 
head. Executors the wife, the two sons, sons-in-law 
Jacobus van Wagenen and John Cantine. Witnesses 
Benjamin Alliger, Frederick Rosekranz, Ch. D. Witt. 

BOSH, JohanniSy senior, of near Fishkil, Dutchess 

Co., farmer. Wife , sons Daniel, Honnes, Peter, 

Zakarius, daughters Margret, Nostront, Maritie. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Stephen Brinckerhoff, 
Ralph Phillips and son Honnes Bosh. Witnesses Isaac 
Adriance, Peter FitzSimons, Jacob Horton. 



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148(8103) BRODHEAD, Charles, of the Green Kil, ui- 

1774 

April 17 ster Co. Wife Marritie Hardenberg, brother Wessel 
Aug. 20 Brodhead, nephew Charles Dewitt, two sons of brother 
Daniel Brodhead dec'd, i>., Daniel and Samuel, two chil- 
dren of sister Mary dec'd, i>., Andris Dewitt and Anne, 
wife of Corns. Newkerk. Lands at the Green Kil, in Hurly, 
in Kingston and in the Great or Hardenberg Patent. 
Nephew Charles Dewitt sole Executor. Witnesses Hen- 
dricus van Steenbergh, Gerret Freer, John Freer. 

149 (B 104) BEATTY, Arthur, of Little Britain, Ulster Co., 

March 9 weaver. Wife Lilly, sons John, Archibald, Alexander, 

Noilr 23 William and Joseph, daughters Mary and Lilly, brother* 

in-law Joseph McMichael. Real and personal property. 

Executors sons John, Archibald and Alexander and 

Samuel Sly. Witnesses Patrick Barber, John Young, 

Chas. Clinton. 

i5o^(B 105) BORDEN, William, of Albany Co. Children of 

Aprn 30 the two uncles Nathaniel Hyatt and Jekiel Hyatt. Real 

May 3 j^j^ J personal property. The aforesaid two uncles executors. 

Witnesses Benjamin Hicks, Joseph Doty, William Green. 

151^(8x06) BLAUVELT, Jacob, of Orange Town, Orange 
Decbr. 17 Co., yeoman. Sons Johannes and Peter, daughters Elisa- 
^'779 beth, wife of Peter Perrie, grandchildren, children of son 

Abraham dec'd, viz: Jacobis, Abraham, Cornelia, wife of 
George Ramsen, Ann, wife of John Jersey, Elizabeth, 
wife of Stephen Voorhis and Mary ; children of son Jacob 
dec*d, viz : John, Jacob, Margaret, wife of Captain Abra- 
ham Haring, Ranshye, wife of Jacob Terneur jun. and 
Elizabeth ; child n. of son Isaac dec'd, viz : Mary, the wife 
of Douwe Tallon jun., and Catharine, wife of Claus R. 
van Houten, great-grandchildren Isaac and Ann, children 
of grandson Jacob Isaac Blauvelt dec*d. Real estate at 
Tappan or Orange Town, personal property. Executors 
son Peter Blauvelt and John Haring. Witnesses Corne- 
lis Cor Smith, Matthew Light, David Bogert. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



152 (B X07) 

X774 
Febry, x8 

April X9 



BEVIER, JacobuSi of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 
Wife Antje, sons Samuel, Jacob and Elias, daughters 
Antje, wife of Samuel Neely, Magdalena, wife of Jonas 
Freer jun., Sarah, Maria and Jannetje. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the three sons. Witnesses Gerrit 
Freer jun., Petrus Hasbrouck, Joseph Codding^on. 



153 (B 108) 

. X775 
Jnne 19 

Octbr. 25 



BEADELL, William, of Charlotte Prect. Dutch- 
ess Co. Wife Sarah, sons William, John, Jose and 
Daniel, daughters Elizabeth, Hannah, Eleanor, Mary, 
wife of Jacobus van de Water, and Sarah, w. of Daniel 
Doughty; brother Daniel Beadell of Queens Co., L. I. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and Jacob 
Smith. Witnesses James Miller, John Hunt, Reuben 
Hopkins. 



154 (B 109) 

w'775 
March 7 

March 25 



BREWSTER, Edward, of Cornwall Prect., 
Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Experience, sons Daniel and 
John. Real and personal property. Executors brother 
John Brewster jun. and brother-in-law Samuel Strong. 
Witnesses Francis Brewster, Samuel Taylor, Thomas 
Moffat. 



X55 (B xio) 

X775 
June 24 

1779 

Jany. 27 



BUCK, Jonathan, of Amenia Precinct, Dutchess 
Co., cooper. Wife Betty, son Zadock, grandson Jonathan 
Buck, of Bennington, Albany Co., daughters Betty 
Dewey, Zurriah Spencer and Annah Bennet. Land in 
Amenia Precinct, Great Nine Partners. Executors the 
wife and Roswell Hopkins. Witnesses : Barnabas Paine^ 
Noah Brown, Martha Paine. 



156 (B ixz) 

April 24 
July zo 



BUCHANNAN, William, of UlsterCo. Nephews 
Alexander, son of brother Robert Buchannan, and Lam- 
bert, son of brother-in-law William Crawford. Personal 
property. Executor brother-in-law William Crawford. 
Witnesses Thomas Gregory, Peter Welling of Little 
Britain, Margaret Crawford. 



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i7 



X57 (B X12) 

1776 
Septbr. 10 

NoTbr. 27 



158 (B XX3) 

X776 

May 30 

1782 
Decbr. 2X 



X59 (B XX4) 

X776 

July 30 

m7;'x8 



BRINCKERHOFF, Stephen, of Rumbouts 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife , son John, daughters 

Meritay and Altje. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Richard van Wyck and George BrinckerhofT. 
Witnesses John Luyster, Zachariah Bush, William Bar- 
kens. 

BRUYN, Cornelius, of Shawangunk Prect, Ul- 
ster Co., yeoman. Wife Ida, sons Zacharias and Abra- 
ham, daughters Tryntie, wife of John Graham jun., and 
Geertruyd, wife of Methusalem Dubois. Land on E. 
side of Shawangunk River opposite to Pacanasink, at 
Pacanasink on N. side of said river, personal property. 
Executors the wife, son Zacharias and son-in-law Meth. 
Dubois. Witnesses Severyn I. Bruyn, Jacobus van der 
Lyn, Johs. Bruyn. 

BEATTY, Robert, of Newburgh Precinct, Ulster 
Co. Wife Mary, sons Thomas, John, Robert and Fran- 
cis, daughters Elizabeth, Ann and Mary. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors brother Thomas Beatty and 
son Robert. Witnesses John Waugh, James Waugh, 
Cadwallader C. Colden. 



x6o (B xxs) 

Febry. 20 

1779 
June x5 



BEECKMAN, Geertruyd, widow of Henry 

Beeckman of Dutchess Co. Nephew Pierre van Cort- 
landt and his sons Gilbert and Philipp, sons of nephew 
Stephen van Cortlandt dec'd, viz: Philipp and William 
Rtcketts, sons of brother Stephen van Cortlandt dec'd, 
viz: Stephen, Samuel, John and Philipp; sons of John 
van Cortlandt viz: Stephen, Nicholas Bayard and John ; 
children of Andrew Johnston of Perth Amboy N. J. 
dec'd, William Tyrrell ; daughters of brother Stephen 
V. C, Geertruy, the daughter of sister Cornelia Schuyler 
dec'd ; daughters of sister Catharine Johnstone dec*d, 
son of niece Ann Tyrrell dec'd ; daughters of sister 
Mary Miln; lame niece Rebecca, daughter of Samuel 
Bayard, nieces Mrs. Margaret Cockroft, Mrs. Margaret 



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Gage and Mrs. Margaret Watts. Lands: Front lot 
No. 10, including Anthony's Nose and other lots in van 
Cortlandt Manor ; personal property includes plate. Ex- 
ecutors nephews Pierre and John van Cortlandt. Wit- 
nesses Isaac Kip, William Radcliff, George Bull. 

'^'xn?"^^ BROWNE, James, of Moyne, County Galway, 
Septbr. 12 Ireland, late of the Island of Jamaica, now of Philadel- 
May^o phia. Natural daughter Elizabeth Browne alias Brady 
by Betty Brady ; brothers Dillon Browne and Valentine 
Browne of Moyne, sister Frances, wife of Walter Jordan, 
Ann and Mary Browne. Apparently only personal prop- 
erty. Executors Mathias Hanly, late of the Isld. of 
Jamaica, now of Philadelphia, Michael Dillon, of Guana- 
boa, physician, and Edmond Betagh of St. Johns Parish, 
Jamaica. Witnesses Alfred Clifton, John Lynch. Proved 
in N. Y. City. 

i62(Bii7) BELKNAP, Thomas, of New Burgh Precinct, 
'777 
Ausf. 9 Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, sons Thomas, Joseph, 

May 28 Jonathan and John ; daughter Sarah, wife of Isaac Bel- 
knap. Real and personal property. Executors the four 
sons. Witnesses Cornelius Wood, Moses Hunt, John 
Nathn. Hutchins. 

'^^7^7"^^ BRINK, Cornelius L., of Shawangunk Precinct, 

Fcbry. xo Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Hester, children Cornelius, 

June6 Solomon, John, Petrus, Catharina, Elshie, Lena and 

Rachel. Real and personal property. Executors the 

wife and the four sons. Witnesses Benjamin van Keuren, 

Elisabeth Rosekranz, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker. 

X64 (B XX9) BARNUM, Joshua, of Dutchess Co. Wife Em, 

1777 
Septbr. 3 sons Joshua, Azor, Eliahim, Jonah, Noah, daughters Em 

iyj778 j^i^j Hannah. Real and personal estate. Executors son 

Azor and Benajah Tubbs. Witnesses Joseph Crane, 

Nathl. Foster of Dutchess Co. yeoman, Allen Ball. 



Calendar of Wills. 



39 



X65 (B 120) 

^ '777 
Septbr. 17 

Novbr. 15 



z66 (B Z2I) 

1777 

May 12 

1778 

July 6 



Z67 (B Z22) 
1778 

April 28 

1780 
June 7 



168 (B 123) 

1778 
Aoff. z 

1781 

Septbr. 14 



BROWER, Nicholas, of Albany City, yeoman. 
Wife Sarah, sons Nicholas, David, William, Jeremiah, 
Jacob, daughters Jane, wife of William Concklin, Mary, 
Sarah, Lene and Catherine, one unborn child. Land in 
Poughkeepsing Precinct, on Wappin's Creek, on N. side 
of Mohawk R., 9 miles above Schenectady, lots in Albany, 
personal estate. Executors the wife, son Nicholas and 
Henry I. Bogert. Witnesses John David, George Enax, 
John Roorbach. 

BARKER, William, of Goshen, Orange Co. 
Wife Susannah, sons John and William. Land near 
Elizabeth Town, N. J., 16 acres, and in Orange Co. Exe- 
cutors the wife and son John. Witnesses James Denton, 
Wm. Thompson, Anthony Carpenter. 

BURHANS, Wilhelmus, of Sagerties, Ulster 
Co., carpenter (son of Barnet Burhans). Wife Hilletie, 
sons Barnet, Jerrick, John, daughters Margaret Brink and 
Maretie Sperling. Land at Sagerties and at Braband 
(Kingston), personal property (great bible). Executors 
Henry Schoonmaker, John Brink and Christopher Kier- 
stedc. Witnesses Cornelius L. Swart of Sagerties, yeo- 
man, Thark Schoonmaker jun. 

BERKENMYER, Benigna Sibylla, widow, 

of Albany Co. Thomas Hicks, son of niece Charlotte 
Hicks, other children of said Charlotte Hicks, and 
grandchildren of sister Susannah Hurtin dec'd. Perso- 
nal estate. Executors Coenradt Flake, Francis Hardieck, 
Johannes van Loon junior and Henry van Hoesen. 
Witnesses John van Loon jun., Harmanus Bout, Coen- 
radt Flaake. 



169 (B X24) 

1778 

March 3 

1786 
Angf. 25 



BROWNSON, John, of Amenia, Dutchess Co. 
Son Amos, grandson Brownson Foot (if he returns from 
the army), daughters Rody Graves, Hannah Foot, Mary 
Foot and Coay Barkar. Land at Waterbury, N. J. and 



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Sharon, Connt., personal property. Executor Aaron 
Foot. Witnesses Jonathan Shepherd, Bezaleel Rudd. 

270(8x35) BARKER, John, memorandum undated and un- 
Novbr. 4 signed of the last will of, proved in Dutchess Co., execu- 
tors Benj. Gale and Coe Gale sworn in in Orange Co. 
January 9, 1779. Mentions mother Susannah Barker, 
daughters Jane and Suky, brother William. Land in 
Orange Co, six silver tablespoons, a dozen of silver tea- 
spoons, one silver tea tongs, gold sleeve buttons, gold 
lockets, gold rings, silver buckles. Proved without being 
witnessed by the testimony of William Thompson of 
Orange Co., schoolmaster, who swore, that on the 2d of 
May, 1778 he had been called to write the foregoing 
mem. and that before he could copy it and *' reduce it to 
Form," John Barker expired. 

x7i^(B 126) BITOHER, William, of Rynebeck, Dutchess Co. 

May xo Wife Margree, daughters Catharine, Greetie, Jenny and 

MaT2i Cartie, son John. Real and personal estate. Executors 

William Bitcher, Jacob Schermerhorn and Ryer Heer- 

mance. Witnesses Patt Hogan, Cornelius Schermerhorn, 

Jacob Stall. 

172(8x27) BORLAND, William, of Ulster Co. Wife Ta- 
X779 

Decor. X3 bitha, sons Thomas, Charles, John and William, daughters 
Ianv^20 Mary Bradner, Jean Armstrong, Patience McLaughlin, 
Tabitha Smith, Rebecca, Isabel and Phebe Borland. Lands 
in Ulster and Orange Co., personal estate includes a ** large 
Bible " for son William. Executors the wife and sons 
Thomas and Charles. Witnesses Wm. Bodle, John Mc- 
Neal, Wm. Denn. 

x73(Bx28) BEATY, Francis, of Rumbouts Prect., Dutchess 

X770 
Fcbrr. X3 Co. Nephew Francis, son of Samuel Beaty of Garg 

Aorii 27 Water, County Terone, Ireland, and nephew Francis, son 
of Edly Brown, of the same place. Personal estate. 



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Executors Benjamin Snidar and John Hatstead of Rum- 
bouts Precinct. Witnesses John Donnelly, Solomon Sack- 
rider, Henry Baker. 

'^^W9^^ BARCLAY, John, Mayor of Albany. Wife Mar- 

Jany. 30 garet (second wife) ; Charlotte, wife of David McCarty, 
Tone 20 children of John Jonas Bronck, viz : Charlotte, Peter and 
Jonas ; Charlotte, wife of Coenraedt ten Eyck and Peter, 
son of Andries ten Eyck, children of brother Andrew 
Barclay dec'd, and of brother Henry Barclay dec'd. Real 
estate, gold sleeve buttons, two gold rings, a silver 
tankard, silver mustard pot, two silver salt cellars, a silver 
tea canister among the personal property. Executors 
the wife, Peter Gansevoort and John M. Beeckman. Wit- 
nesses Henry R. Lansing, Robt. Wendell, Mat. Visscher. 

»7S^(B 130) BOOTH, Benjamin, late of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 

NoTbr.^ Co., now of Long Island. Wife Mary, daughters and 

^J^j sons, not named. Real and personal property. Executors 

the wife, Thomas Bull and Thomas Curtis, both of Ulster 

Co. Witnesses Thos. Colden, John Colden, Jane Colden. 

»7MB^x3x) BEEKMAN,John, late of New York City, now of 

Jany. 21 Goshen Precinct, Orange Co. Wife Christan, son Samuel, 
Marc^ao uncle Virdine Elsworth, brothers Theophilus and Thomas. 
Apparently only personal property. Executors The- 
ophilus Beekman and Samuel Gale. Witnesses George 
Burling, Henry Gale, of New Jersey, physician, and John 
Shelts. Codicil of Aug. 18, 1780, adds David Matthews 
as executor. 



'77^(^B^x32) BACKER, Christian, of Rynebeck Prect., Dutch- 

Jany. xi ess Co. Wife Anna, sons Wilhelmus, Petrus, and other 

*^ ^' children. Real and personal property. Executors Georg 

Sharp, Wilhelmus Backer and Wm. Seemon. Witnesses 

George Sharp, William Seemon, Jacob Levey. 



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*7M^/33) BRUYN, Jacobus, (son of Jacobus Bruyn) of 

April 2z Bruynswyck, Shawangunk Precinct, Ulster Co. Sons 
"*•' ' Severyn ten Hout, Jacobus, Johannis, Cornelius, daugh- 

ters Geertruyd, wife of Cornelius du Bois jun. and Mary, 
wife of Nicholas Hardenbergh. Lands in Shawangunk 
Prect., on the Klyne Kil, in Rochester Township, at 
Lower Smithfield, Penna.; personal property includes a 
silver tankard, silver table and teaspoons, silver milkpot. 
Execi)tors sons Severyn, Johannis and Cornelius. Wit- 
nesses Benjamin Smedes of Shawangunk, Esqre. Abra- 
ham Smedes of the same place, farmer, and James G. 
Graham. 

»79^<y^/34) BARTHOLFF, Jacobus, of Goshen Precinct, 

Aug. 3 Orange Co. Wife , sons Peter, Henry, Criness and 

Ma7^6 Guliam, daughters Matinechee and Hannah, wife of 
Jacobus Lereau, granddaughter Rachel van Gelder. 
Farm near Sugarloaf, Goshen Prect., homefarm, personal 
property. Executors sons Peter and Henry. Witnesses 
Wm. Wickham, Samuel Bertholf, Stephen Bartholf. 

'^•S '^^ BOYD, Robert, of New Windsor Precinct, Ulster 

Maya Co., yeoman. Wife Jennet, son Robert, grandchildren 
Apm z8 Jennet, Elizabeth, Agnes, Jane, Elinor and Susannah, 
das. of son-in-law George Harris, Samuel, John, Jennet, 
Agnes and Robert, children of son Robert Boyd, Mebbe, 
Jennet and David, children of son-in-law Robert Andrews. 
Apparently only personal estate. Executors William 
Scott of New Windsor, cooper, and Thomas Moffat of 
Orange Co., Esqre. Witnesses John Herron, James 
Boyd, Hugh Turner. 

x8x (8^x36) BLAUVELT, Petrus, of Havcrstraw Precinct, 

July 24 Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Margreetie, sons Johannis, 

Novbr. X3 Petrus, Abraham, daughters Petertie, widow of Claus van 

Houten, Catherine, wife of Steven Stevensen and two 
children of dec'd son Jacob. Real and personal property, 
including a ** great Bible '' for Johannis. Executors the 



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43 



182 (B 137) 

X78Z 
March 24 

1784 
Aug. 23 



X83 (B 138) 

X782 

April 5. 

1783 
Jany, 22 



X84 (B 139) 

1782 
Septbr. 4 

1785 
Decbr. 16 



X85 (B X40) 

1782 
Febrr. 20 

X787 
Febry. 27 



x86 (B 141) 

1782 

May X 

X784 

May 26 



three sons and brother Johanias Blauvelt. Witnesses 
David Pye, Resolvert van Houten and Jacob Brouwer. 

BOCARDUS, Peter, senior, of Fishkil Landing, 
Dutchess Co., cordwainer. Wife Elizabeth, children 
Peter, Egbert, Shiboleth, Cornelius, William, Hannah, 
Elisabeth, Mary and Deborah, Catharine Schoonhoven, 
wife*s daughter by first husband. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife, cousin Francis Bogardus, 
of Wappings Creek, cordwainer, and Duncan Graham of 
Poughkeepsie, yeoman. Witnesses John Young, John 
Phillips, Daniel van Voorhees. 

BR IOCS, Thomas, of Dutchess Co. Wife Eliza- 
beth, sons Nathaniel, William, Thomas, daughter Com- 
fort Gay, granddaughter Amy, da. of son William. Real 
and personal property. Executor son Thomas. Wit- 
nesses Henry Tibbits, Charity Scranton, Jonathan Akin. 

BROWER, William, of Rumbouts Prest., Dutch- 
ess Co., farmer. Wife Mattya, sons Jeremiah, Garret, 
William and Cornelius, daughter Letty. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, sons Garret and Wil- 
liam, and Abraham Hogland. Witnesses Francis Bo- 
gardus, John Ackarman, James Wills. 

BLAUVELT, Isaac Isaac, of Orange Town, Or- 
ange Co., yeoman. Wife , sons Isaac, Abraham, 

daughters Bridget and Elisabeth. Land in Orange Town 
and in Haverstraw Precinct, personal property. Execu- 
tors brother Cornelius Blauvelt and nephew Gerret 
Smith. Witnesses John B. Sebring, Harman Taulman, 
John Hering. 

BUSSING, Aaron, late of the Out Ward, New 
York or New Harlem, now Rombouts Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Daughters Polly Sickels and Catherine Storm, grand- 
children John and Polly Waldron, Aaron and Susannah 



44 Calendar of Wills. 



Bussing. Real estate at Harlem, personal property. Ex- 
ecutors John Sickels sen., Adolf Myers, John Myers. 
Witnesses Zacharias Sickels, William Delamarter, P. 
van Steenbergh of New York City, schoolmaster. 

'%7^2^*^ BENSON, Johannes, of Haverstraw, Orange Co. 

Septbr. x8 Mother Cornelia, widow of Cornelius Benson, brother 
Junt\i Carel. Real and personal estate (one Dutch testament). 
Executors the mother and Abraham Pew. Witnesses 
William Campbell, William Campbell jun., Daniel Gero. 

»««/^^M3) BARCLAY, Margaret, widow of John, late 

Octbr. z Mayor of Albany. Heirs of dec'd sister Gerritie, wife of 
Decbr^i6 Peter Gansevoort, niece Elizabeth, widow of Thomas 

Peebles of the Half Moon, brothers Jacob C, Anthony, 
Barent, Tobias and Andries ten Eyck. Real and personal 
property. Executors brother Tobias ten Eyck, nephew 
Conrad Gansevoort and niece Elizabeth Peebles. Wit- 
nesses Jas. Livingston, Coenrad Scharp, Abraham A. 
Lansing. Copy. 

»«9^(B^M4) B R ADSTR E ET, Mary, Probate of Will of widow, 

Febry. z late of Boston, then of the Parish of St. Mary le Bone, 
Middlesex Co., England, by John, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, Primate of All England and Metropolitan. Will, 
dated March 23, 1782, bequeathes real and personal 
property to daughter Elizabeth, wife of Peter Livins, 
Chief Justice of Quebec, and a legacy to Sir Charles 
Gould, Knight, who is to be executor. Witnesses Jane 
Dumeny, John Scot, Sarah Nicholas. Parchment. 

«90^(Bx45) BICE, Arry, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co. 

June 2Z Wife Margaret, ** reputed " sons and daughters, Henr>% 
. '^^^-3 John, Arry, Charity, wife of Cornelius Osterhout, Cather- 
ine, wife of Benjamin North, Elisabeth, wife of Abl. 
Ostrander, Margaret, wife of Peter Simson, Cornelia 
Bice, 5 children of dec'd daughter Magdalene, wife of 
Frederick Hauver, John Pitcher, son of wife by former 



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19X (B 146) 
Novbr. 24 
Octor. 12 



192 (B 147) 

1783 

March xo 

April 22 



193 (B 148) 

1783 

Maj 16 

June x 



X94 (B 149) 

1784 
Decbr. 29 

1785 
March 3X 



husband. Real and personal estate. Executors John 
Pitcher, Peter Simson and Arry Bice, Witnesses Wm. 
Stewart, Benj. Thorn, Benj. Westfall jun. 



BAIN, James, of Livingston Manor. Wife 



sons Casparus, Philipp, William, James and John. Real 
and personal property. Executors John McNeill, Dun- 
can McArthur, Kathren Ban and son Casparus. Wit- 
nesses Casparus Schutt, Wellem Fritz, Alexr. Monson. 
Proved in Washington Co. 

BANCS, John, of Fredericksburgh Precinct, Dutch- 
ess Co. Wife Lydia, daughters Hannah, Bethia and 
Mary, son Abner. Real and personal property. Execu- 
tors Nathanel Foster and Theodorus Crosby. Wit- 
nesses Jehabad Lewis, Jeremiah Burges, James Foster. 

BEE BE, Martin, of Kings District, Albany Co.» 
yeoman. Wife Dorcas, sons David, Martin, Russel, 
Daniel, son-in-law Ezra Parks, daughters Ann, Rhode, 
Mary, Sarah-Silva, Triphena and Lorania. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, brother John Beebe 
and Asa Waterman. Witnesses John Stevens, Saml. 
Curtis, Pat. Hamilton. 

BRINCKERHOFF, John,(sonofDirkBrincker- 
hof^) of Rumbout Precinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Jannetje, 
grandsons Adrian Brinckerhofl, John BrinckerhofT van 
Wyck; children of dec'd daughter Altje, late wife of Dr. 
Theodorus van Wyck, viz : Elizabeth, Altje, Theodorus, 
Yanetje, William, Dirk and Abraham. Land in Rum- 
bout Precinct, at Middlebush, derived from father-in-law 
Johannis van Voorhis, in Birlin Township, a mountain 
farm, farm on Hopewell-Fishkil Road, in Philipps Pre- 
cinct, mines at Trent, Connt. Executors the wife, son- 
in-law Dr. Theod. van Wyck, Jacobus Swartwout and 
Jacob Griffin. Witnesses Abm. BrinckerhofT, Albert 
Adriance, Daniel Ledew. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



195 (B 150) 
1784 

Decbr. 6 

1785 

March 32 

German 



196 (B 151) 

1785 
Jany.24 

Z786 

Decbr. ao 



197 (B 152) 

1785 
Septbr. z6 

1787 
March 21 



198 (B X53) 
Z786 

Decor. 30 

1787 

April 5 



BASELER, Frederichi of Biver (Beaver) dam, 
Albany Co. Wife Anna, daughters Maria, Elisabeth, Mar- 
garet ha, Anna. Real and personal property. Witnesses 
Christian Sand, Wilhelm Schneider, Christian Spilner. 
Anna, the wife, appointed administratrix, bond signed by 
Hendrick Baslaer, farmer, and Peter Fetterly, blacksmith. 

BOND, Elijah, of Northampton, Burlington Co., 
N. J. Nephew John Gardner, Mary, widow of John Barnes 
of Trenton, daughters of Rachel Stille, late of Trenton, 
viz : Elizabeth Hooton, Mary Hooton, Ruth Hooton and 
Sarah Hooton, son of Rachel Stille, viz : Pontius Delan 
Stille, St. Michael's Church, Trenton, Patience Fagan, 
Hannah, widow of Neel Livingston, late of Trenton, 
Major Frederick Vernon. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Isaac D. Cow of Trenton and John Lawrence of 
Burlington. Witnesses George Ely, Js. Barnes, John 
Emerson. Probated in N. J. Copy. 

BLATTNER, Jacob, of Livingston Manor, miller. 
Wife Maria Sibilla, sons Christopher, Marcus, Hendrick 
and Johan Thys, daughter Magdalen, wife of Samuel 
Miller, Isaac, son of dec'd son Frederick, children of son 
Christopher, viz : Jacob and Maria Sibilla, children of da. 
Magdalen, viz : Jacob and Maria Sibilia, Philipp, son of 
son Marcus, Jacob and Maria Sibilla, children of son 
Henry, Jacob and Maria Sibilla, children of son Johan 
Theis. Real and personal property. Executors John 
Kortz, Herman Best and son Christopher Blattner. Wit- 
nesses John Cook, Zacharias Voland, Garret Kisselbrech. 



KMAN, Thomas, of Ulster Co., gentleman. 
Nephew Thomas Beekman, children Fletcher M. Beek- 
man, Verdine Elsworth Beekman, Henry W. Beekman 
and Sarah Beekman. Real and personal property (gold 
sleeve buttons, marked T. B.) Executors brothers James 
and Theophilus Beekman, both of N. Y. City. Wit- 
nesses Henry Am. Williams, Cathalina Mathews, Fletcher 
Mathews of Wallkil Precinct. 



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199 (B 154) 
1786 

Novbr. xo 

Decbr. ao 



BURTIS, Stephen, of Bcekmans Precinct, Dutch- 
ess Co., wheelwright. Wife Amy, son Isaac. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, her brother Robert 
Brush and cousin David Burtis. Witnesses John Burtis, 
Andrew Skidmore, Samuel Crandel. 



200 (B X55) 

Z786 

Febnr. 20 

April 19 



Ny SilaSy sen., of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Janetie, sons Silas, Lowrans, daughters Mary, 
Jane and Elizabeth, heirs of da. Abegal, and Katrine. 
Land in Charlotte Prect., in Salisbury, Vermont, and in 
Canaan Township, Albany Co, ; personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, son Lowrans and son-in-law Christopher 
Dutcher. Witnesses Daniel Moon, Math, van Dusen, 
David Rose. 



201 (B 156) 

1786 
Septbr. 4 
Octbr. Z2 



BARKLEYy John, of Montgomery Prect., Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Sons William and Nathan, daughter Jean. 
Real and personal estate. Executors James McCurdy 
and Samuel Barkley. Witnesses Samuel, David and 
Joshua Crawford. 



202 (B 157) 

1786 

JatiT. XI 

April 26 



BRANDOW, Johannie, of Cocksakie District, 

• 

Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Janatie, son William and 
his sons Arent and William, daughters Elizabeth, 
Maria and Margaret! Land in Catskil Patent on John 
Broncks Lake, at Stick Oak in Albany Co., lots in Loon- 
enburgh Patent ; personal property. Executors son 
William, sons-in-law Johannis Conine and Wilhelmus 
Brandow. Witnesses Saml. van Vechten, Garrit Persen, 
J as. Barker. 



203 (B XS8) 

X787 
Anr. zz 

xSoo 
Febry. 26 



B R ADT, Albert, of Bethlehem, Albany Co., farmer. 
Wife Elisabeth, sons Storm, Adrian, Francis, Peter and 
Edward, daughters Magdalene, Hannah and Claura. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, John Merkle 
and John Erwin. Witnesses John Erwin, John Merkle, 
George Thompson. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



204 (B 159) 

1800 

April 19 

1801 
Febrj. 17 



205 (B 160) 

1800 

June 2 

[uly 10 



/; 



BEARMAN (BOREMAN), William, of 

Stephentown, Rensselaer Co. Wife Margaret, grandsons 
William and John Dixson. Real and personal property. 
Executors Andrew Hunter of Canaan, Columbia Co., and 
Hosea Moffit of Stephentown. Witnesses Salmon Bates, 
Andrew Stephenson, Polly Hunter, 

BALL, Samuel, of Albany. Mother Jane Ball. 
Executors Michael Cox and Isaac Mark. Witnesses 
David Buck and Christian Loss. 



206 (B 161) 

1786 

April 15 



Bond of Margaret, widow of William BELL of 
New Paltz, Ulster Co., boatman, as administratrix of her 
late husband's estate. 



No^difc'^ind BREVOORT, Elias, of N.Y. City, tinman. Wife 
incomp'lete Lea, sons Henry and John, daughters Jacomintie and 

Lea. Real and personal estate. Executors brother Henry 
Brevoort and kinsman Philipp Mint Horn. 



208 

Decbr. 31 

1787 
Jany. zo 



209 

1786 

Maya 

1787 

March 29 



2X0 

1784 
Aug. 25 

1786 
Pebrj, 14 



BENJAMIN, Jonathan, of Coromm,Brookhaven 
Township, Suffolk Co., yeoman. Wife Elisabeth, daugh- 
ters Phebe, Hannah, Bethia, Sarah and Rachel. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, son-in-law Ben- 
jamin Ovirton, and John Bellos. Witnesses Elijah Davis, 
David Dayton, John Leek. Recorded in Wills and 
Probates, vol. L, p. 20. 

BRUCE, Robert, of Salem, Westchester Co. 
Amos, son of Abraham Purdy of Salem, sole heir of real 
and personal estate, his father executor. Witnesses 
Deliverance Purdy, Ebenezer Ward, Cornelius van Scoy. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 87. 

BLAIR, Frances (da. of Lawrence van Hook of 
N. J.), widow of Rev. Samuel Blair, of Londonderry 
Township, Chester Co., Penna. Granddaughters Frances, 
daughter of Rev. David Rice of Virginia, Frances, daugh- 



Calendar of Wills. 49 



ter of son Rev. Samuel Blair, Frances, daughter of Rev. 
John Carmichaely Mary van Hook Foster, daughter of 
daughter Hannah Foster, daughters Frances Moore, 
Martha Edmiston, Susannah Sanderson, son William 
Lawrence Blair, granddaughters Martha Blair Foster, 
Hannah Susannah Foster and Elizabeth Foster ; EUinor 
Elliot and a daughter of Agnes Evans, formerly Hag- 
garty. Real and personal property (a silver tankard). 
Executors sons Rev. Samuel Blair and William Law. 
rence Blair and William Hestel. Witnesses Thomas 
Whan, Samuel Love, East Cain. Recorded ut supra, p. 
i86. 



ay BLANCH ARD, Francis, late of N. Y. City, now 

April — of Trenton, N. J. Son James. Land in U. S. and in 
1789 France, personal estate. The son James executor. Wit- 

nesses Jacob Remsen jun., of Staten Island, R. Stock- 
ton, A. Marroquire. Recorded ut supra, p. 204. 

"^ BARTON, Joseph, of Digby, Annapolis County, 

Febrr. 15 Nova Scotia. Wife Elizabeth, sons Benjamin, Henry, 
April 24 James, Barrent, daughter Anna. Lands derived from 
father-in-law Doctor William Brown John in the State of 
New York, lots at Digby, land in Province of New Bruns- 
wick, personal property. Executors the wife, Thomas 
Milledge and Rev. Roger Veets. Witnesses Christian 
Tobias, John Grigg, James Wilmot. Codicil of Febry. 
16, 1788, directs sale of land on St. Mary's Bay. Same 
witnesses. Recorded ut supra, p. 205. 

2x3 BEREWOUT, Frederik, late Scheepen of 

1774 » » • 

Jnne 9 Amsterdam, Holland. Wife Mary du Peyrou, daughter 

F ^P^ Jacoba, late widow of Andries Becker and now wife of 

Dntc'h Paul Hurgronze of the Admiralty Court, grandson Jan 

Trip, son of dec'd daughter Maria Catharina and Jacobus 

Trip Jansen, Secretary of the City, daughter Aaghie, son 

Jan Frederik Berewout, Director W. L Comp., daughter 



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Calendar of Wills, 



Margaretha Clara, late widow of Heerman van de Poll, 
now wife of Jan Backer. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Jan Frederick Berewout, and son-in-law 
Jan Backer. Witnesses the Notary I. de Bruyn, Johan- 
nis Arnold Lette and Jan van der Spek. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 2 1 8. 



1781 

Septbr. 19 

1791 

July 29 



BEEKMAN, Oerrard W., late of N. Y. City, 

now of Philadelphia, merchant. Wife Mary, daughters 
Catharine, wife of Isaac Cox, Johanna, Margarit, Magda- 
lin and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, brothers William, Abraham and James Beek- 
man, brother-in-law Gerrard Duyckinck. Witnesses 
Francis Lewis, Francis Lewis jun., Mordecai Lewis. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 320. 



215 

1792 

Aw. 7 
Novbr. 12 



BANCKER, Adrian, of Castletown, Richmond 
Co. Sons Christopher, Abraham, Adrian, daughter Ann 
Elizabeth, wife of Peter De Groot. Real and personal 
estate. Executors brother Evert Bancker, kinsman 
Henry Rutgers and son Abraham. Witnesses Peter De 
Groot, Peter Haughwoort, Samuel Parker. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 371. 



216 

April 3 
May 30 
French 



BORNICARD, Jean Louis, late of s^ Do- 

mingo, now of N. Y. City. Wife Charlotte, son Pierre. 
House and lot in Ann Str., personal property. Thomas 
Bazen of N. Y. City, merchant, Joseph de la Croix of N. 
Y. C, Captain Pierre Valliant and the wife appointed 
guardians of the son. Executor Thomas Bazen. Wit- 
nesses Tryacinthe Garein, Wm. Alexander, R. J. van 
den Broek. Recorded ut supra, p. 416. 



217 

X794 
June I 

1795 
Febfj. 14 



BRICKMAN, Henry, of N. Y. City, wheelwright. 
Wife Catherine. Apparently only personal estate. Wit- 
nessed by Peter van Alen, Ludwig Cox, Saml. Cox. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 462. 



Calendar of Wills. 



51 



i 



218 

nly 30 
ovbr, 2 



2x9 

X796 

Septbr. 26 

OD board the 

Mary " of 

Baltimore 

1797 

Junes 



•I 



220 

X79« 
Jnne 30 

Frencii 



22X 

, X795 
Jany. 23 

J799 
May 22 



Oliver, of New Town, Fairfield Co., 
Connt. Wife Catherine, son Cyrenius, daughters Lu- 
cretia, wife of Donald Grant Tousey (?), Amy Beers and 
Catherine Maria Beers. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife, brother Andrew Beers of Stamford, 
Ulster Co., N. Y., cousin Samuel Beers of New Town, 
Connt., hatter. Witnesses Abraham Beers, John Sterling 
Beers, Rachel Beers. Recorded ut supra, p. 549. 

BOS, Tryntie, widow of William de Raadt. Cor- 
nelis Corns, van der Wal, husband of dec'd husband's 
sister, of Zequaart, Holland, Jannetie Bos, widow of Hen- 
drick Lafalze, Peter Jacobus de Raadt, Gerret de Groot 
of Soctermer, Holland, sister Adriana Bos, widow of Ary 
van der Post, brother-in-law Adrianus de Raadt, " my 
travelling companion." Real estate in Holland and per- 
sonal property. Executors Cornelis Corns, van der 
Wall and Cornelis Maas Kant. Witnesses the Captain, 
the Mate and two cabin passengers, viz : Daniel Nize, 
Hansen Conrod, Sybert Frederick, Willem Walters. Re- 
corded ut supra, vol. II., p. 38. 

LA BORDE, Jean Alexander, late of Port-au- 
Prince, Island of S^ Domingo, now of New York City, 
Sisters, Sophie, Emilie and Susette and another, the 
eldest, whose baptismal name he does not remember, 
Marie Olive Pierron and her children Valmont and Julie, 
Jean Alexis Robert. Coffee plantation and other land on 
the Isld. of S^* Domingo, farm at New Marlborough, N. 
Y. Executor Jean Alexis Robert. Witnesses the N, 
Y. Notary R. J. van den Broeck, I. Magnac, P. Lertage, 
Brez. Recorded ut supra, p. 79. 

BARD, John, senior, of N. Y. City, physician. 
Daughter Dinah Magdalen Muierson, sons John and his 
wife Mary, Doctor Samuel and wife Mary, son-in-law 
Nathl. Pendleton and wife Susannah, and daughter Anna 
Pierce. Land in Minisinck Patent, personal property. 



52 Calendar of Wills. 



Daughter Dinah Magdalen Muierson sole executrix. 
Witnesses David Stewart Craig, Spael de Vaux, Marselis 
M. van Gieson. Recorded ut supra, p. 193. 

^ BLOODOOOD, James, of Albany City. Wife 

Julys » ^^"^ William, Francis, James, daughter Eve. 

I f^j House and lot on Market Str. (now Broadway) Albany, 

personal property. Executors the wife, son Francis, 

da. Eve and Simeon de Witt. Witnesses Wm. P. 

Beers, Richard Lush, Peter Edmd. Elmendorf. Recorded 

ut supra p. 211. 

i^ BACON, Jabez, of Woodbury, Litchfield Co., 

An|. 18 Count. Wife Lidia, sons Asahel, John, Nathaniel, 
Apr2^ Daniel, daughters Lavena Tomlingson and Lydia Bene- 
dict, children of dec'd son Jabez, of son Garry and of 
dec'd daughter Jemima. Real and personal property. 
Executors son Nathaniel and son-in-law David Tomlin- 
son. Witnesses James Moody, Elizur Castle, Abner 
Deming. Recorded ut supra, p. 305. 

»4 BROWNE JOHN, William, senior, of N. Y. 

1783 

June 14 City, druggist. Wife Mary, sons William and Samuel, 
Aug. 4 daughters Elisabeth, wife of Joseph Bartow, Mary, wife 

of Timothy Hurst, Catherine, wife of Oliver Templeton, 
and Rachel, wife of John Price, children of son Thomas 
dec'd, viz : William, Elizabeth, Mary and Catherine. 
House and lot on Hanover Square, lot on Jews' Alley, 
personal property. Executors the wife, Gabriel William 
Ludlow, Cornelius Clopper, James Beekman and Henry 
Remsen. Witnesses Hugh Gaine, Eleazer Miller jun., 
Danl. McCormick. Recorded ut supra, vol. IH., p. 3. 

225 Letters of administration, granted by James Robertson, 

Octbn 30 Captain General &c. of the Province of New York to Mar. 

garet, widow of John BECK, late of N. Y. City, 

butcher and of the Commissary's Dept. at Charlestown. 

Vol, IIL, p. IT. 



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"J^ Letters of administration to John Ball of N. Y. City, 

March 5 merchant, brother of James BALL of Charleston, S. 
Ca., merchant. Vol. III., p. 125. 

f^^ BROCKHOLST, Mary, of N. Y. City, spinster. 

Scptbi% la Sister Johanna Philipps, nieces Ann, wife of David van 
July 5 Home, Susannah, wife of William Livingston, Elizabeth, 

wife of David Clarkson ; children of dec'd sister Susan- 
nah, wife of Philipp French, children of dec'd niece Mary, 
wife of Honble. William Brown of Beverly, New England, 
who was also da. of sister Susannah French, nephews 
Frederick and Philipp Philipps, nieces Susannah, wife of 
Beverly Robertson, and Mary, wife of Roger Morris, both 
daughters of sister Johanna, late wife of Colonel Frederick 
Philipps. Real and personal estate. Executors David 
van Home, Beverly Robertson, William Livingston and 
David Clarkson. Witnesses Jos. Forman of N. Y. City, 
merchant, Catharine Wynkoop and G. Jones. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 132. 



228 
1702 
rch 



BLEECKER, John R., of Albany City. Wife 
March i2 Elisabeth, sons Jacobus, Barent, John, grandchildren 
Jany. 28 John R. Bleecker jun., Peter Edmonds Bleecker, Elisa- 
beth Bleecker, Maria Bleecker, Blandina Bleecker and 
Sarah Bleecker; dec'd son Rutger. House and lot in 
Green Str., Albany, land in Saratoga Patent, at Otsquage, 
Montgomery Co., in Otsego Co., in Albany Co., on the 
Schoharie River, house and lot in 2d Ward, Albany City, 
land in Herkimer Co. Executors the wife and friend 
Jacob Bleecker jun. Witnesses Gerardus Lansing, Jacob 
Bleecker, Casparus Pruyn. Recorded ut supra, vol. IV., 
p. 14. 

^^9 BEEKMAN, Henry, of N. Y. City. Wife Ger- 

Octbr. 23 truyd, daughter Margaret, wife of Robert R. Livingston, 

lany*^28 godson Henry, son of Wm. Beekman jun. Lots in the 

angle of Beekman and Cliff Streets, N. Y., house and lot 

in N. Y. and at Rhynebeck, farm, in Dutchess Co. Exe- 



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230 

z8z4 
March 3 
Aug. 13 



231 
Z805 

April 20 
1823 

No¥br. 3 



cutors the wife, daughter Margaret and husband, and 
William Smith. Witnesses John White jun., Johannis 
George Miller, John Haase. Recorded ut supra, p. 19. 

BLEECKER, Sy brant, of Albany City, counsel- 
lor at law. Wife Sarah. House and lot in van Schaick 
Str., lot on Hare Str., Albany, land in Westmoreland 
Township, Oneida Co., other real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, Samuel S. Lush of Albany, coun- 
sellor at law, and John S. Roff of the Town of Colonie, 
merchant. Witnesses Bernard O'Conner, Simpson 
Hatch, John Hamlin (the last had gone to live in Phila- 
delphia, when the will was proved). Recorded ut supra, 
p. 80. 

BIRD| John, of Troy, counsellor at law. Wife 
-, sons John Hampden and Clarence. Real and per- 



sonal property. Colonel Albert Pawling, Ebenezer Wil- 
son and Benjamin Smith guardians of the sons and 
executors. Witnesses Theods. Drake, Isaiah Marble, 
Howard Moulton. Recorded ut supra, p. 150. 



i 



232 
1829 

any. z6 
ebry. 2* 



233 
1825 

Janj. 24 
1829 

Aug. 13 



BASSETTi David, of Kirkland, Oneida Co., mar- 
shall of the county. Wife Lillis, sons William, Nathan, 
George, Thomas, Hiram and Otis, daughters Laura, 
Cinthia, Annis wife, of Osiah Sweetzer, Mary, Eliza and 
Laura. Real and personal property. Executor Samuel 
Burgess. Witnesses Joshua White, Simon Hubbard, 
Marilla White. Recorded ut supra, vol. V., 85. 

BARLOW, Ebenezer, of Florence, Oneida Co. 
Wife Abigail, sons Benoni, Ebenezer and Rowland all of 
Florence, daughters Abigail, wife of Ezra Gatchet and 
Anna, wife of Isaac H. Scott, both of Alleghany Co. 
Real and personal property. Executors son Ebenezer, 
Shepherd Marvin and Phineas Castle. Witnesses Shep- 
herd Marvin, Joseph Bennett, Philipp H. Cody. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 92. 



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55 



a34 
1642 

Dutch 



a35 
1643 

Novbr. 9 
Dntch 



236 

1649 

Ang:. 19 

Dutch 



Jany. ag 
Dutch 



238 

1727 

Jany. 16 

X759 
Jane i 



BARTRAM, Jan, of Manhatans Island, born at 
the Gravenhage. Present wife Catrina Lysinck from 
Coetsvelt. Real and personal estate. Will much torn 
and parts missing. Witnesses Sibel Claessen, Hendrick 
Pietersen van Wesoe (?) and Cornells van Tienhoven, 
secretary. N. Y. Col. MSS. II., p. 3. 

BRONCK, Pieter, of Manhatans Island. Engeltie 
Maus, father, mother and other kindred. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Witness Comelis van Hoykens, fiscal. N. 
Y. Col. MSS. II., 88. 

BOUT, Jan Evertsen, from Barrevelt, and wife 
Tryntie Symons de Witt. The survivor inherits all 
property. Witnesses Willem Turck, Willem Tomassen 
and Jacob Kip, clerk. N. Y. Col. MSS. III., p. 58. 

BOOARDUS, Anneke Jans, first widow of Roe- 

loff Jansen of Masterlant, then widow of Rev. Everhardus 
Bogardus, living at Beverwyck. Children Sara Roeloffs, 
wife of Mr. Hans Kierstede, Catrina Roeloffs, wife of 
Johannes van Brugh, Jan Roeloffs, Willem Bogardus, 
Cornells Bogardus, Jonas Bogardus, Pieter Bogardus, 
children of dec'd da. Sytge Roeloffs, late wife of Pieter 
Hartgers, vizt : Jannetie and Rachel Hartgers, grandson 
Roelof Kierstede, grandda. Annatie van Brugh. Farm 
along the North R. on Manhattan Island, house and lot 
in Beverwyck (Albany), personal property (four silver 
cups,) Witnesses Rutger Jacobsen, Evert Jansen Wendel, 
Dirck van Schelluyne, Notary. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, I., p. 296. 

BR ATT, Dirck, of Kanistagiroene (Niskayuna), 
Albany Co. Wife Maria, children Johannis, Andries, 
Elisabeth, Cathalyntie, wife of William Barritt, Maria, 
wife of Ryckert van Francken, and Annatje. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, Aarent Bratt and 
Hendrick ten Eyck. Witnesses Hendrick ten Eyck of 



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230 

OctDr. 14 

1762 
Decbr. 30 



240 

1762 

Mays 

1765 
Octbr. 28 



241 

1772 

Ang. 12 



Sep 



'Jll 



242 

1680-1 
Fcbry. 9 
March i 

Dutch 



1682-3 

Junes 
Dutch 



Albany City, merchant, Nicolaes Bleecker and Rutger 
Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 248. 

BOOARDUS, Peter, of Albany City, mariner. 
Brothers Shiboleth and Jacob Bogardus, sisters Wyntie, 
Cornelia and Catherine. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutor bro. Jacob. Witnesses Joseph Webb, Jacob de 
Garmo, shoemaker, and John de Garmo, yeoman. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 272. 

BLEECKER, Anthony, of Albany City, mer- 
chant. Jacob Bleecker (son?), sister Annatje Bleecker. 
House and lot in Schenectady, lands of Kanajoharie, share 
in Westenhook Patent, personal property. Executors 
mother Antie Bleecker and sister Annatje. Witnesses 
Jerh. van Rensselaer, William ver Planck and Abrm. Yates 
jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 304. 

BRONCK, John I., of Albany Co. Wife Char- 
lotta Amelia, children Peter, Coeymans, Jonas and Char- 
Idtta Amelia. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and David McCarty. . Witnesses Anthony ten Eyck, 
Henry Knoll, Doctor, and Daniel Schermerhorn, farmer. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 59. 

BECKER, Jochim Wesselsen, of Rensselaers- 
wyck Colony, and wife Geertruy Hieronimus. Catharine 
Hoffmayer, wife of Pr. Lassingh. Real and personal 
estate. The survivor executor. Witnesses Jan Ver- 
beeck, Pr. Adriaensen and Robert Livingston, secretary. 
Albany Co. Records, Court Minutes, i68o~5, p. 87. 

BACKER, Jan Harmensen, and wifeBarentje 

Gerrits Paws of Albany. Children of wife's sister, vizt : 
Roeloff Pietersen Letwoor and Aeltje Pieters Letwoor, 
living at Amsterdam. Real and personal estate. The 
survivor executor. Witnesses Dirck Wessells (ten Broeck), 
Lawrence van Ale and Robert Livingston, Secretary. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Court Minutes, 1680-5, p. 415* 



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1694 

Aug, 31 
Dntch 



5d Ann. Reg:. 
Norbr. 22 

1704-5 
Fcbry. 9 



BECKER, Jan, senior, of Albany City. Children 
Johannes and Martina. Real and personal estate. Wit- 
nesses Lawrence van Ale, Evert Banker, alderman, and 
Warner Carstensen. Letters testamentary granted to da. 
Martina, wife of William Hogan of Albany City, Decbr. 
16, 1697. The inventory mentions a silver spoon, 3 pairs 
of gold shirt buttons, 5 dozen and 10 silver buttons for 
shirt and 2 silver Scnufllies (?). Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, L, p. 58. 

B R I ES, Anthony, of Albany City, yeoman. Wife 
Catharine, children Marritie, Nellitie, Hendrick, Catharina, 
Margrett and Eva. Real and personal estate. The wife 
sole executrix with her father Albert Ryckman and An- 
thony Rutgers as Tutors. Witnesses Johannes Lydius, 
David Schuyler, Justice, and Rt. Livingston jun. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 109. 



246 

Ang. 22. 

1722-3 
Febry. 23 

Dutch 



247 

1728 

Decbr. 16 

Decbr. 2 



1738 
Septbr. 9 

Octbr. 6 



BARHEYT, Jeroon, of Albany Co. Wife Re. 
becca, son Wouter and a da. not named. ''Whole 
estate." Witnesses Jacob Schermerhoorn, Myndert Mar- 
seles and Hendrick van Wie. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
L, p. 182. 

BEEKMAN, Johannis, of Albany City, yeoman. 
Wife Eva, children Johannis, Susanna, Jacob, Marten, 
Johannis Jansen, Henery, Jannatie, Hillena, Maritie, 
Johanna, Alida and Neeltie. Land in Kayaderosseras 
Patent (Queensborough), personal property. Executor 
the wife. Witnesses Thomas Williams, Hendrik Min- 
derse Roseboom and Daniel Hogan. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, L, p. 194. 

BRONK, Jan, of Cattskil, Albany Co., yeoman. 
Sons Peter, Leonard, Jonas, Philipp and Casparis. Land 
at Koxsakje. Executor son Casparis. Witnesses Sylves- 
ter Salisbury, William Salisbury and Jacob Freese, Al- 
bany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 209. 



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240 
170Z 

March 28 

1770 
Jany. 5 



BLOOMENDAL, Cornells Maase.of Albany 

City, brazier. Nephews Maas and Albertus, sons of bro. 
Jacob Bloomendal, Maas and Cornelius, sons of bro. Jan, 
nieces Leah, wife of Cornelius van Deusen, Jacomyntie, 
wife of Jacob Ostrander, daughters of sister Gertruy, who 
has also sons Cornelius and Jacobus Ostrander. Real 
and personal estate. Executors nephews Maas, son of 
bro. Jan, and Maas, son of bro. Jacob, with Cornelius van 
Deusen. Witnesses Staats van Santvoord, gunsmith, 
John van Valkenburgh, joiner, and John Roorback, alder- 
man, all of Albany City. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 

P- 334. 



240a 

Febrj. 10 



:, Samuel, of Plumb Island, Suffolk Co. 
Children Samuel, Elizabeth, Elnathan, Theophilus, Lu- 
cretta, Hannah, Anne, Jemima, Jerusha and Silas. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the four sons. Wit- 
nesses Experience Griffing, Thomas Prince and Ezra 
L'Hommedieu. Copy. N. Y. Col. MSS., XCI., p. 140. 



250 

1765 

March II 



Not! 



1770 
irbr. 19 



BRAT| Arenti surviving patentee in trust for the 
Township of Schonectady, Albany Co., leaves to his son 
Harmanis Brat, Jacobus van Slyck, John Sandersen, 
Isaac Swits, Isaac Vrooman, Nicolas van Petten, Jacob 
Swits, Jacob Vrooman, Frederik van Petten, Nicolas 
Groot, Tobyas ten Eyck, Reyer Wimple, Samuel Art. 
Brat, Nicolas van der Volge, Abraham Wimple, Abraham 
Mabie, Jacobus Mynderse, John B. van Eps, Gerrit A. 
Lansing, Peter Mabie, Harme van Slyck, Isaac S. Swits 
and Abraham Fonda the Township of Schonectady in 
trust for the freeholders and inhabitants thereof. Execu- 
tors Jacobus van Slyck, Nicolas van Petten, John San- 
derse and Abraham Wimp. Witnesses Hendrick Brower, 
cordwainer, Elias Post, gunsmith and Cornelius Vroman, 
cooper, all of Schonectady. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
L, part 2, p. 64, 



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/^I'g B AR R ET, Thomas, of Albany City. Wife EUsa- 

Janj. 15 bethy bro. Peter, sisters Mary, wife of Daniel Hewson, 
Mardi lo Jude, wife of Peter I. Hilton and Nancy, wife of Richard 
Dun. Real and personal estate. The wife sole execu- 
trix. Witnesses Edw. S. Willett, Mat. Visscher and 
Lydia Visscher. In the proceedings to prove this will 
Nehemiah B. Bassett of Albany City, goldsmith, says, 
that Richard Dunn and his wife Nancy, sister of Thomas 
Barret, had children James, Mary, wife of Jacob Salsman, 
and Sally, wife of Bartholomew Schram ; Peter I. Hilton 
and wife Jude, also sister of testator, had Elizabeth, wife 
of William Brown and Margaret, wife of George Brown 
junior ; Daniel Hewson and wife Mary Barret, sister of 
testator, had Daniel, Thomas, John, Mary, wife of David 
Melick Burger dec*d, who left widow Nancy (Mary ?) and 
children William, John and Maria, and that Mary van 
Kleeck, wife of Richard van Kleeck, Ann, the wife of 
Casparus F. Pruyn, Elisabeth, the wife of Jacob Lansing, 
who are the daughters of Robert, the son of said Mary 
Hewson and Robert Dunn, Thomas Dunn and Peter 
Dunn, the sons of said Nancy, wife of Richard Dunn, 
are the heirs of said Thomas Barret. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., part 2, p. 75. 

»sa(c 1) CROON, Catrina Jansen, of Albany, widow of 

D«cbr. IX Anthony Cornelissen van der Poel. Children Elisabeth, 
Iuii?7 ^'^^ ^' Benoni van Corlaer, Mary, wife of Anthony van 
Schaick, Johanna Anthonis, wife of Jan van Stryden. 
Whole estate. Executors the three daughters and Jo- 
hannes Abeell. Witnesses Dirck Wessells (ten Broeck), 
Evert Bancker, Robert Livingston jun. 



aSaajC 2) CROM, Florls Wlllemsen, of Oringe Co. Wife 

NoTbr. 7 Leyntie Aryaensen, children William, Argen, Tuentie, 

.'706 Geysbert, Mary and Dirck. Real and personal property, 

(land at Haverstraw). The wife executrix. Witnesses 

Hendryck ten Broeck, Jaques Fontyn, Samuel Bayard. 



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253 (C 3) 

1702 
Jany. 12 

March 3 
Dutch 



CREOIERi Martini of Kanestagione(Niskayuna), 
Albany Co. Wife Jannetie, sons Martin and Samuel, 
daughters Lysbet, Marytje, Katrina, Johanna and Geer- 
truy. Real and personal estate. The wife executrix. 
Witnesses Mattys Boffie and Johannes Quackenbos. 



254 (C 4) 

1704 
May 10 
June 10 



CORBIN, William, of Boston, New England, 
clerk. Rev. George Hatton, late Minister of the Church 
of England at New Providence, now of Boston, Mrs. 
Katharine Ball of Boston, widow, Mrs. Mary Greggory of 
Boston, spinster, daughter-in-law of Thomas Newton of 
said place, Mrs. Jane Allen of Newbury, New England, 
spinster, daughter of Honorable Samuel Allen. Real 
estate in England, personal property includes one silver 
mugg, three silver spoons, and a diamond ring. Execu- 
tors Thomas Newton, esquire, James Oborne and 
Thomas Newton, merchant. Witnesses George Thorold, 
Habijah Savage, Anna Thorold. Copy, will proved at 
Boston. 



255 (C 5) 
1708 

Novbr. 17 

1728 

March 28 



CASPERSON, Isaac, of Albany City. Wife 
Dorithy, sons Jacob, Hendrick, Gerrit, daughters Marritie, 
wife of Wouter Vrooman, Elizabeth, Rachel and Hannah. 
Island in Hudson R. above Albany and other land, per- 
sonal property. The wife executrix. Witnesses Hen- 
drick Hansen, Jan Rosie, Thos. Williamsen. 



256 (C 6) 

Febry. 4 

1717 

May 4 



CORBETT, John, of Orange Co., Captain. 
Cousin John Jordaine, niece Anna Morris, sister Elizabeth 
Jordaine, kinswomen Elizabeth and Mary Anna Jordaine, 
nephew Isaac Corbett, wife Mary residuary legatee and 
sole executrix, daughter Mary. Plantation called Rock- 
land, Orange Co., house and lot in N. Y. City, personal 
property. Witnesses Davis de Klerck, Cornelius Her- 
ring, Bartholomew Vouck. Two copies, one on parch- 
ment. 



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aS7 (C 7) COTTI N, Jean, of Ulster Co., merchant. Brother 

I73I 

Inly 5 Daniel Cottin of Bohein, near St. Quentin, France, sisters 
Aug:. 9 Susanna, widow of Louis Libot of the same place, Mary, 
wife of Philipp Gilliat senior, cousins (nephews) Daniel 
Libot, Jacques Libot and their sister, being children of 
sister Susanna, nephew Philipp Gilliot of N. Y. City, ser- 
vant Maria Folbreght, Susanna and Elizabeth Peviet, 
Marie Droilhet, Ann Droilhet, Susanna Droilhet, Eliza- 
Droilhet, French Reformed Church, Dutch Refd Churches 
in N. Y. and Kingston. Only personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Thomas Bayeulx and Augustus Jay of N. Y. City 
merchants and Johannes Wynkoop of Ulster Co. Wit- 
nesses Elias Pelletreau jun., Ebenezer Grant, Abraham 
Gouverneur. 

«5« (C 8) CASPE RSEN, Jan, of Albany Co., yeoman. Wife 

May 6 Rachel, son Casper Janssen Haalenbeeck, daughters Elisa- 

Ad^1^3 beth, wife of Jacob Evertsen, Rachel, wife of Jan Jacobsen 
van Hoesen, Marritie, wife of Jurriaen (George) Clauws, 
Rebecca, wife of Jan van Loon. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and son. Witnesses Abra- 
ham Cuyler, Nicolaes Bleecker, Rutger Bleecker. 

259 (C 9) CASWALL, John, of London, merchant. Wife 

May X Keziah, son John and a daughter, wife of Jno. Warnar. 

FelMT* 24 Real and personal estate. The wife, the son, the son-in- 
law and brother Henry Caswall executors. Witnesses 
William Snell, Benjamin Parkidge, Edmund Baugh jun. 
Copy. 

^i&"^ CARLE, John, of Hemstead, Queens Co. Sons of 

June 21 dec'd son Jacob and wife Miriam, viz. John and Jacob 
Carle ; daughters Sarah, wife of Daniel Pine, and Hannah, 
wife of John Leminton, all of Hemstead ; grandson J. 
Jacob Carle, son of John dec'd. Real and personal 
estate. Executors George, son of Joseph Balding and 
daughters Sarah and Hannah. Witnesses Sarah Clowes, 
Willemtie Langdon. Much Worn. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



a6i (C II) 

X735 
June 17 

June 27 



COE, Johrii of New Town, Queens Co. Brothers 
Jonathan and Samuel, nephews Robert and Samuel, sons 
of dec'd brother Robert; Rebecca Furman; Benjamin 
Hinckman, Abigail Coe, Mary Denton and Hannah 
Wood, '* my nephews,'' sisters Mary and Hannah. Land 
at Hemstead and in Jamaica, personal property. Execu- 
tors Benjamin Fish of New Town and Benjamin Hinck- 
man. Witnesses Timothy Wood, Judith Wood, Edward 
Howard. 



26a (C 12) 
Febrj. 19 



COSBY, William, Governor of New York and 
New Jersey. Wife Grace, sons William and Henry. 
Land in Cosby Manor on the Mohawk, at Rochester, 
Ulster Co., houses and lots in Soho Square, London, 
and at St. Leonard's Hall and personal estate. Execu- 
tor the wife. Witnesses James de Lancey, John Felton, 
Jos. Murray, Charles Williams. Copy. 



263 (C 13) 

X73S 
Septor. 6 

Septbr. 15 



264 (C 14) 

June 8 

X743-4 
Jany. 13 



CU RE| JoJllli of New York City, vintner. Children 
Anne, John, Robert, William, Sarah and Belicha. Real 
and personal estate. Executors son John Cure and 
brother-in-law Cornelius Cousen. Witnesses Rachel Saun- 
ders, Samoon Pells, H. Demeyer. 

CROOKE, John, of Kingston, Ulster Co., shop- 
keeper. Wife Catharine, sons John, William, Robert, 
Charles, daughters Gertruyd, wife of Evert Bogardus, and 
Mary. Real estate (some in Dutchess Co.), personal 
property includes a silver tankard, of 3 pints, given to son 
John to descend to next eldest son. Executors sons John, 
William and Robert and son-in-law Evert Bogardus. Wit- 
nesses Petrus Bogardus, Heyltie Deckers, Abr. Gaasbeeck. 



265 (C 15) 
1738-9 

Jany. 29 

1740 
Decbr. i 



CARPENTER, John, of Goshen, Orange Co., 
house carpenter. Wife Elizabeth, children John, Wait (?) 
and Rebecca, also an unborn child; brothers Joseph, 
Samuel, Benjamin and Timothy. Real and personal 



Calendar of Wills. 63 



property. Executors Joseph Carpenter, Wait Smith 
junior, and Benjamin Carpenter. Witnesses Wm. Smith, 
Salomon Smith, Wm. ffinn. 



^^X739^^* CLAESSEN, Lowrens, son of Clas. Lowretse 

Aug. 30 (van der Volge), alias Lowrens Clasen van der Volge, of 

Octlr.'ax Schenectady. First wife Geertruy van Petten had chil- 
dren Neeltie, wife of Sander van Eps, Eva and Marytie, 
second wife Susanna Wolleven, also dead, had Catherine, 
Elizabeth, Ariaantie and Geertruy. Sons Claus Lowern- 
sen, Petrus. Real estate in Schenectady, personal property 
includes a gold seal ring, a silver cup, marked L.V.V. and 
other silver. Executors Cornells Cuyler and Simon 
Vroman. Witnesses Hendrick Roseboom, Cornells Cuy- 
ler and Jams. Stenhouse. 



*^i74x'^^ COE, Samuel, of Havestraw Prect., Orange Co., 

May II yeoman. Wife Margaret, sons Samuel, John, Benjamin, 

Ociif\o William, Isaac, Mathew and Daniel ; daughters Margaret, 
wife of Benjamin Skillmon of Newtown, Queens Co. ; 
Sarah, wife of More Woodward of the same place, 
and Abigail. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and sons Samuel and John. Witnesses Cornelius 
Cuyper, Jeremiah Seamon, Jonas Hoisted. 



a68 (C x8) CUYLER, Abraham, of Albany City. Sons Hen- 

May XX drick, Johannis, Abraham jun., Nicolaes, daughters Mar- 

O tl^^io 8"t^» ^'^^ ^^ I^*'*'^ ^^" Broeck, Sarah, wife of Johannis 
Beeckman, and Catharina wife of Jacob Coenraets ten 
Eyck. House and lot in Pearl Str., 2d Ward, Albany, 
do. on Jonkers (State) Str. on the hill, ist Ward, lot in 
Schonhechtade, land near Tieonondaroka Flats, Mohawks 
Country, do. at Skohary alias Huntersfield, do. in Westen- 
hook Patent ; personal property. Executors the four 
sons. Witnesses Ephraim Wendel, David van der Hey- 
den, Jacobus Bleecker. 



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269(C 19) CORNEL, Giliam.of Flatbush, Kings Co., farmer. 

AprU 5 Children Adriaen, Cornelius, Jacobus, Wilhelmus, Giliam, 
Johonas Simon and Maregretie, wife of Rem vander Bilt. 
Real and personal property. Executors sons Adriaen 
and Cornelius, brother-in-law Dominicus van der Veer 
and Christianus Lupardus. Witnesses Johannes Wal- 
dron. Rem van der Bilt, Peter Strycker. Copy. 



^^1743^^^ CROM, Tuenes, of Tappan, Orange Co., farmer. 

Septbr. 29 Wife Jannetje, nephew William, son of Brother Floris 
Ft'Ltj^^A Crom. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 

and brother Floris. Witnesses Cornelis Eckerson, John 

Perrie, Johannes Ferdon. 

»7x (C at) CURE, John, of Tappan, Orange Co. Wife Helena 

Ang. a2 sole heiress and executrix of all real and personal estate. 

Witnesses Catalyna Crage, Abraham Kip, Rem Remsen. 

27a(C^aa) CONNER, Daniel, of Ulster Co., labourer, now 

Octbr. 33 on board the man-of-war privateer /fester, Capt. Samuel 

June 29 Byard. Doctor William Allison, surgeon of the Hester and 

her consort Polly, Capt. Wm. Morgane, sole heir and 

executor of personal property. Witnesses John de Kay, 

Elij. Decay, Rebeker Morris. 

^VyS-s^^ CAMPBELL, Lauchlen, of Campbell Hall, 

Febiy. x Ulster Co. Wife Martha, sons Daniel, George and 

Septbr. Z3 James, daughters Rose and Margrett. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife, Alexander Mont- 
gomery and Edward Graham. Witnesses Wm. Browne- 
john, Daniel Masters, Jno. Alsop. 

iTli^iiorgt'ad CRUM, Yeantea, of Orange Co. Son Honnas 

May 10 Howencomp, son of Mindert Howencomp, sisters and 

Jnne 3z brothers. Real and personal property. Executors father 

John Buckhoute, Mortines Howencomp and John Perry 



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Tone 21 
NoTbr. i 



senior? Witnesses Matthis Cauden, Jacob Bockheut, F. 
Bloodgood. 

»7S(C25) CURTICE, Benajah, of Wallkill, Ulster Co., 

Febry. xa yeoman. Wife Mary, children, aged father. Real and 

Tnnl^x7 personal estate. Executors the wife and the father. 

Witnesses S. Leonard, John Holly, Caleb Curtis of Ulster 

Co., farmer. 

a76(C26) COLE, Hendrick, of Crom Elbow Precinct, 

Septbr. 22 Dutchess County, yeoman. Wife Mary, her cousin Jacob 

^757 Bresy, his own cousin Ury Cole. Real and personal 

estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses John Grer- 

mond of Crom Elbow, carpenter, Eleanor Mullin, Patrick 

MuUin. 



277 (C 27) CARPENTER, Samuel, of Goshen, Orange Co. 

[one 21 Wife Patience, sons Samuel, William, Abraham, John, 
Joshua and Richard, daughters Abagail and Martha, one 
unborn child. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Wait Smith jun. and Benjamin Carpenter. Witnesses 
James Smith, Samuel Webb, Jonathan Webb. 



278 (C 28) CORY, John, of Southold, Sufifolk Co. Wife 

Decbr. 26 Dorothy, sons Abijah and John, daughters Elesebeth 
^754 Lawes, Dorothea Dickinson, grandson Bradick Cory, 

granddaughter Mary Wigins. Real and personal prop- 
erty (a silver cup and cam). Executors the wife and son 
Abijah. Witnesses Samuel Case, Alse Corey, John 
Drake. Copy. 

279 (C 29) COSBY, Henry, Captain of the Centaur man-of- 

Oc?lr. 6 ^^^ ^' ^' Mother, the Honble. Grace Cosby sole heiress 
and with brother-in-law the Honble. Joseph Murray 
executrix. Real and personal property. Witnesses 
Peter Renaudet, Samuel Breese, Fran. Costigan. Codicil 
of same date gives to sister Mary Murray a gold watch, a 
5 



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66 Calendar of Wills. 



diamond ring and a diamond heart, to cousin Philipp 
Cosby wearing apparel and to James Stuart, mate of the 
Centaur man-of-war a gun. Same witnesses. 



a8o (C 30) C U Y P E R , G I aes J an 86 n , of Tappan Township, 

June 27 Orange Co. Wife Wellemintie, sons John, Nicklas and 
^7^5 Jonathan, daughters Contriner, Rachal and Leaner. 

Real and personal property. Executors Cornelius Cuy- 
per, Abraham Cole and John Mier. Witnesses Abraham 
Meier, blacksmith, Thomas Willson, shopkeeper, Yacob 
Kool, blacksmith. 



38z(C3z) COEYMANS, Samuel, of Rensselaerswyck 

June 35 Manor. Wife Catrina, nephew Andries ten Eyck, 
children and grandchild of nephew Coenradt ten Eyck 
dec'd, viz. Jacob C, Anthony, Barent, Tobias, Mar- 
garittie, Gerritie, wife of Peter Gansevoort and Eliza- 
beth Bradt, daughter of Gerret Bradt dec'd ; Gerritie, 
widow of Coenradt ten Eyck; children of brother 
Andries Coeymans dec'd, of Peter Coeymans, of Johan- 
nes Bleecker, of Barent ten Eyck dec'd, and Nicholas 
van Patten, son of Maickie van Patten widow. Land 
near Achquetoch on N. side of Hanebraays Creek, per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife and nephews Jacob 
C. and Anthony ten Eyck. Witnesses Isaac Bogert, 
Guysbert van Sante, David ver Planck. Copy. 

38a (C 3a) COUSZENS, Jno.y Ensign sist Regt. R.A., com- 

Aw?4 manded by Major General Sir Wm. Pepperell. Parents 
Oct. 2$ Samuel and Isabel Couszens of Dublin, Ireland, friend 
Mrs. Ann Hopper of South Sheels. Lots in the South 
Suburbs of Halifax, Nova Scotia, personal property. 
Executrix Mrs. Ann Hopper. Witnesses James Campbell, 
Lieut. 51st Regt., John Mills, Lieut., Capt. Hubert Mar- 
shall's Independent Company. Proved in N. Y. City. 
Copy, 



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**3g^33) COLON, John, of Schnectady, felt maker. Wife 

Septbr. 4 Elizabeth, son William, daughter Catherine. House and 

Apri^^3 lot in Schnectady, personal property (a silver hilted 

sword). Executors Nicholas Folkertsen Veeder and 

William Schermerhorn. Witnesses Pieter Bosie, Har- 

mans Peck, Thomas Nichson. 

*^i757^* CARTER, James, mariner belonging to the Snow 

March a Hull Merchant, Peter Dobins master, friend William 

^^ ^ Dowers of N. Y. City blocks with sole heir and executor 

of personal estate. Witnesses Emanuel Abrahams, 

Souering Sybrandt, George Clapham. Copy. 



a85(C35) CLARK, Eaphraim, of Floredy, Orange Co. 

April 17 Wife Mary, daughters Rebecca, Mary, Hannah, Martha, 

Mays Deborah and Abigail, son James. Real and personal 

property. Executors the wife and Daniel Shepard of 

Floredy. Witnesses James Miller, Ananias Whitman, 

Wm. Denn. 

286 (C 36) is a letter from John Crooke, dated Kingston March 10, 

'757» t^ Deputy Secretary Goldsboro Banyar, complain- 
ing of Levi Pawling as executor of James Scott's estate. 

a87(C37) CHURCHILL, Edward, of Rumbouts Precinct, 

1757 
April 13 Dutchess Co. Wife Wentje, sons Abel, John, Robert, 

May 13 daughters Anna, widow of Isaac Coffin, and Levina, wife 

of John Totten, grandsons John, Joseph and Edward, 

sons of son John. Real and personal estate. Executors 

son-in-law John Totten and William Roe. Witnesses 

Chauncey Graham, Dirck Brinckerhoff, Joseph Wright. 

388(C38) CAMPBELL, John, of Rumbout Prect., Dutch- 

Ang. 4 ^ss Co. Wife Margret sole heiress and executrix of real 

17^2 and personal property. Witnesses Samuel Mills, Petrus 

^""* ^ Kip. 



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389 (C 39) 

Febry. 19 
1758 



j3r 



CLINTON, Alexander, of Ulster Co., Surgeon- 
Apothecary. Brother George, Jane McClaughry, the poor 
of Highland Precinct, James and Catharine McLaughry. 
Personal property. Executors James and Catharine Mc- 
Laughry. Witnesses John McLaughry of Ulster Co., 
carpenter, John Davis. 



390 (C 40) 

Octbr. 3 

1767 
Septbr. 33 



CUYPER, Tunis, of Naringshaw, Orange Co. 

Wife , sons Cornelius, Abraham, Tunis, daughters 

Altje and Maritie, wife of Hend. Teneur, granddaughter 
Gritie, child of da. Gritie. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the three sons. Witnesses Cornelius Eckerson, 
Cornelius Eckerson jun., Theodor Valleau. 



39Z (C 41) 

1758 

May 38 

Aug. 14 



CORNELL, Richard, son of Richard of Scars- 
dale Manor, Westchester Co. Wife Mary, son Peter, 
granddaughter Mary Cornell. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Peter and brother Benjamin Cornell. 
Witnesses Ebenezer Haviland, Abigail, wife of Benjamin 
Cornell, Hannah Cornell. Copy. 



393 (C 43) 

1759 
July 30 

1760 

April 7 



CARR, George, of Floredy, Orange Co. Wife 
Jean, son George, daughters Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary 
Bull, Margaret Howell, Ann, Phebe, Sarah and Jean. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons- 
in-law Matthew Howell and Thomas Bull. Witnesses 
George Bloem, Wm. Denn and John Martin. 



293 (C 43) 

1759 
May 34 

Octbr. 30 



CUYPER, Cornelius, of Orange Co. Wife Der- 
ike, son Lambert, daughters Altie, Sarah and Lena, 
grandchildren Stephen and Mary Stephenson. Home- 
farm and land in Cakeyat Patent; personal property. 
Executors Lambert Smith, Cornelius Eckerson and Lam- 
bert Cuyper. Witnesses Abram Kool, Andries Onder- 
donck, Andries Onderdonck jun. 



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^1759^^ CRAWFORD, Samuel, of Wallkil, Ulster Co. 

March 17 Wife Ann, children Alexander, Margaret, Rachel and an 
j™/j, unborn child. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and brother James Crawford. Witnesses John 
Crawford, Joseph Crawford, James Fulton. 



*'^i759*^^ CHILDS, Thomas, of New Windsor, Ulster Co., 

J^ny.xp bricklayer. Wife Cateren, an expected child and Thomas 

Lines. Real and personal estate. The wife executrix. 

Witnesses Isaac Hodge, Saml. Bartlet, Francis Purdy. 



Jnne 11 



^^175/^^ CHRIST, Henry, of Ulster Co., yeoman. Son 

May 33 Jacob, daughters Elizabeth, wife of Jacob Sinsinbough, 
Fe^v. 15 Catherine, wife of Christian Rockeefellow, and Margaret, 
wife of John McClean. Farm on West side of Wallkil 
River, land on East side of said river. Witnesses Peter 
de Lancey jun, Richard Bull, David Colden. Letters 
testamentary granted to Julian, the widow, and Jacob, 
the son of Henry Christ Decbr. 18, 1768. 

^7(c^47) COLLINS, Margaret, widow of Edward, of Al- 

April 28 bany City. Bro. John Rutsen Bleecker and Jacobus 
jane xx Bleecker, Marten Gerritsen van Bergen, widow Anganita 
Scott and her sister Elisabeth Williams. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executor brother John R. Bleecker. 
Witnesses Barent H. ten Eyck, Staats van Santvoord, 
Cathalina van Ness. 

^i%>^^^ COOPER, William (son of Obadiah), of Rum. 

A^ril 29 bout Precinct, Dutchess Co., carpenter. Wife Sarah, and 
Afrll 18 s'*x children, not named. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors brother John Cooper, Jonathan Dubois and 
Eliza Dubois. Witnesses Lucas Wynkoop, Evert Brown, 
Thomas Schoonmaker. 

*99 jC^49) CASE, Daniel, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife Abi- 

Septlr. 3 gail, sons Daniel, Phineas, and Zacheus, da. Martha, 

Mwr'xo grandsons David and Daniel Case, granddaughters Mary 



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and Sarah Case. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brother-in-law George Thompson and cousin Joshua 
Brown. Witnesses Martha Case, David Moore jun, Wm. 
Denn. 



300 (C 50) 

1760 

April 19 

Decbr. 20 



CREGOi Stephen, of Crom Elbow Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Margaret, sons Richard and John, 
daughters Jane and Anna, mother Ann Crego. Land at 
Crom Elbow and in Beekmans Precinct; personal prop- 
erty. Executors the wife and the two sons. Witnesses 
Joseph Haff, John Barto, Benjamin Barto. 



30X (C sx) 

1760 
Octbr. 3 
NoTbr. 8 



CARPENTER, John, of Goshen. Wife Elener, 
son Anthony, daughters Hannah and Eunice. Home- 
farm, share in Wawayanda Patent, land near Sugarloaf, 
do. in Connecticut Purchase on the Susquehannah River ; 
personal property. Executrix the wife. Witnesses Solo- 
mon Carpenter jun, Thomas Wickham, Nehemiah Car- 
penter. 



30a (C 52) 

Z760 

May 15 

NoTbr. zz 



CAR RICK, Thomas, late of Newry, Ireland, now 
of N. Y. City. Wife Martha, children Charles and 
Martha. Personal estate. William Gilliland of N. Y. 
City, merchant, executor. Witnesses Andrew Hook and 
Richd. Stephens. 



303 (C 53) 

Z760 
March 31 

Z76Z 
June 6 



304 (C 54) 

Z760 
Jany. 30 

1764 
Jany. 10 



CORNELL, John, of Rumbout Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Mary, son Mertin (to be educated in the 
knowledge of physics), daughters Jane and Mary. Store- 
house at Fishkil Landing, called Frankford's Store, per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife, Mertin Wiltse and 
John Smith. Witnesses Henry Cornell, Michael Stilwill, 
John Couch. 

CYPHER, William, of Poughkeepsie Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Nelle, sons David, William, Lod- 
wyck, daughters Elizabeth, wife of Carel Hoffman, Mar- 



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griet, Altie, Annatie and Sarah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son-in-law Carel Hoffman, John 
Concklin, Tunis Tappen and son David. Witnesses 
Henry Livingston, Roelof Westervelt, Jacob Concklin. 

^\^i^ CAMPBELL, Hugh, of New York, mariner. 

O^. 7 Friend William Scott of N. Y. City, victualler, sole heir 
and executor of personal property. Witnesses James Fer- 
guson, David Philipse, Philipp Fogerty. Copy. 



Norbr. lo 



^iSx^^ CARPENTER, Solomon, of Goshen, Orange 

Septbr. IX Co. Children of sons John and Anthony dec'd. ; sons 

TqV? Solomon and Nehemiah ; daughter Mary ffinn. Personal 

property. Executors sons Solomon and Nehemiah. 

Witnesses Benjamin Corey, James Little, M. Duning. 

W(C^S7) CUYLER, Hendrick, of Albany City, merchant. 

March ii Wife Margreta, son Abraham, daughters Catreentie, wife 
uSSij ^^ Jacob van Schaik, Elizabeth, Catelina, wife of Hen- 
drick Bleecker jun. Real and personal estate (a silver 
tankard, a silver teapot). Executors son Abraham and 
brother Nicolaas Cuyler. Witnesses Johs. Roseboom, 
Jno. Glen, Abm. Yates jun. 

3o8(Cj5«) CHRYSTIE, George, of New York, Sergeant 

Jimey Capt. Bameby Bym*s Company. William Mooney, 
D 'Sr^ 6 butcher, sole heir and executor. Witnesses James Mac- 
kenzie, Daniel Durland, Elizabeth Flanigan. Copy. 

309 (C 59) CROOKE, Charles jun., of Crooke's Delight, 

Aog. 10 Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co., merchant. Wife Cor- 
1*7*4 nelia, children of brother-in-law Petrus Edmundus Elmen- 

dorph, viz. : John, Catharina, Biandina Elizabeth and 
Sarah. Real estate, partly inherited from brother-in-law 
Evert Bogardus ; personal estate. Executors brother-in- 
law P. E. Elmendorph and Everardus Bogardus. Wit- 
nesses John Dowzenberry, Cornells Ostrander, John 
Wynkoop. 



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3X0 (C 60) 

1763 

Septbr. as 

NoTbr. 3 



COOLEY, Daniel, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeo- 
man. Sons Daniel, Isaac, Samuel, Jonathan and David, 
daughter Sarah, granddaughter Mary Jayn. Land at 
Goshen and in Wawayanda Patent, personal estate. 
Executors son Jonathan, Matthew Howell and Daniel 
Everett. Witnesses William Knap, John Chandler, 
James Knap. 



31 X (C 6z) 

1764 
March 30 

1786 
April 5 



CURTICE, Mary, of Otterkill, Ulster Co. Four 
sons, of whom the two youngest, Jeremiah and Noah, are 
only mentioned by name. Personal estate. Executors 
Benjamin Booth and Wm. Denn. Witnesses Phebe 
Booth, John Booth, Elizabeth Hopper. 



3za (C 62) 

1764 
Septbr. 6 

Octbr. 2 



CUYPER, Johannis, of Orange Town, Orange 
Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, grandson Cornelius Cuyper, 
daughters Catherine, Altie, Nellie and Sarah, son 
Johannes. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife and son and Aaron Smith of Haverstraw. Wit- 
nesses James Spock, John Cuyper, boatman, and Andries 
Onderdonck jun., farmer. 



3x3 (C 63) 

1764 

Auff. 20 

NoTbr. 16 



CHAMBERS, John. Wife 



— , sons Silas and 
Daniel. Real and personal property. Executors John 
Young and William Young. Witnesses John Flack of 
Orange Co., labourer, John Gilchrist and Sarah Flack. 



313* (C 63) 

1764 

Jany. 20 

May f 



CHAMBERS, John, of New York City, esquire. 
Wife Ann, da. of Col. Jacobus van Cortlandt, Corpora- 
tion of Trinity Church, Augustus van Cortlandt (" whom 
I brought up"), John, son of brother-in-law Peter Jay, 
Mrs. Eve (van Cortlandt) White, sister of aforesaid 
Augustus, and her daughter Ann White, James van 
Cortlandt and Frederick van Cortlandt, brothers of 
Augustus, Colonel Vincent Mathews, John Bartow of 
Westchester, Lambert Moore. Land in Cheescock 
Patent, Orange Co., houses and lots in N. Y. City, per- 



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sonal estate (lawbooks, manuscripts). The wife sole 
executrix and after her death brother-in-law Peter Jay, 
nephews John Livingston of N. Y. City merchant, James 
van Courtlandt and Augustus v. Cortlandt. Witnesses 
Richd. Nicholls, John Kelly and Benjamin Helme all of 
N. Y. City, gentlemen. Copy. 

3M(C^64) CARPENTER, Benjamin, of OrangeCo. Wife 

Febry. 33 Mary, sons Gilbert, John and Samuel, "three youngest 
Octln 10 daughters," Sarah, Mary and Rhoda. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife and cousin Samuel Car- 
penter. Witnesses Henry Wisner, John Carpenter Smith, 
Isaiah Hallsted. 

315 (c 65) CAMPBELL, Archibald, of New York City. 

Jany. 26 Wife Cathrin, son James, daughter Mary. Real and 

June 17 personal estate. Executors Alexander MacDugal and 

Christopher Schuyler. Witnesses Jacob Stoutenburgh, 

Harmanis Schuyler of N. Y. City, painter, John van Pelt. 

Copy. 

3i6(C^66) CUYLER, Cornelius, of Albany City, merchant. 

March la Sons Henry, Cornelius and Abraham, daughters Eliza- 
*^ ' bcth, wife of Colonel James van Cortlandt, and Margaret, 

wife of Isaac Low. House and lot 2d Ward Albany and 
other real estate ; personal property. Executors the 
three sons. Witnesses David Groesbeeck, Pieter de Gar- 
ramao, cordwainers, Pieter Silvester, attomey-at-law, all of 
Albany. 

3»7^C67) CARPENTER, John I., of Blooming Green, 

Jany. 13 Orange Co., merchant. Wife Jane, son Matthew, daugh- 
Oct^rJio ^^""^ Julia, Rachel and Amira, brothers Elijah and Wil- 
liam Carpenter, brothers-in-law Hezekiah Howell jun., 
Stephen Howell and Charles Howell, sisters-in-law Phebe 
Howell, Susanna Howell and Abigail Howell. Real and 
personal property. Executors the wife, Michael Jackson 
and Hezekiah Howell jun. Witnesses Thomes Greag, 
Samuel Smith jun., Wm. Carpenter. 



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^^\^^^ CRISPELL, Anthony, of Hurley, Ulster Co. 

March 9 Sons Johannes and Cornelius, daughter Neeltie, wife of 
An^. 16 Dirck Roosa. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

two sons, son-in-law Dirck Roosa and Adrian Wynkoop. 

Witnesses Heyman Roosa, Lucas Elmendorph, Petrus 

Wynkoop, all of Hurley, farmers. 

^'^1768^^ COLEMAN, Curtis, of Blooming Grove, Cornwall 

April 14 Precinct, Orange Co., tailor. Wife , son Abner, 

^ ' daughters Amey and Eunice and an expected child. 
Apparently only personal estate. Executors Joseph 
Coleman and Thomas Coleman jun. Witnesses Wil- 
liam Hudson, Caleb Coleman, Lewis Donnovan, school- 
master. N. B. This will is dated April 14, the certificate 
by Surrogate John Gale of Orange of swearing the wit- 
nesses is dated April 7. The same Surrogate has sworn 
in the executors April 14, and the will is marked probated 
May 25, 1768. 



3ao(C 70) CORY, Jonathan, of Orange Co. Wife Patience, 

Decor. 10 ^^^^ Elnathan, Jonathan, daughters Mary Smith, Lowis 
J770 More, Temperance Sheppard, grandsons John, son of 

Fcbiy. IX Elnathan Cory, and Jonathan, son of Abraham Sheppard. 
Real and personal property (" my grate bible "). Execu- 
tors Doctor Nathaniel Elmer of Floreday and Samuel 
Carpenter of Goshen. Witnesses Charles Carroll, David 
Sheppard, yeoman, and William Seely. 



3ai(C7i) CARSKADAN, Robert, of New Windsor Pre- 

Octor. 25 cinct, Ulster Co. Sons Andrew, John, Robert and 
12^^^ Thomas, grandsons Caleb Wily, William Carskadan Case, 
daughters Margery Case and Lydia Jain ; Joseph Pater- 
son. Real and personal property (a chest brought from 
Havanna). Executors Patrick and James McClaghry. 
Witnesses David Parshall, William Gage, Robert Car- 
skadon. 



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332 (C 72) 

Apri?4 

1771 

March 25 



323 (C 73) 

1769 
April 28 

I77X 
May 31 



334 (C 74) 

1770 

May I 

Aug. 15 



3^5 (C 75) 

'770 
April 27 



326 (C 76) 

1770 

April 25 

Decbr. i 



CARMAN, John, of Beeksmans Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Sons Thomas, Joshua, son-in-law Joseph Doughty, 
daughters Mary Sleght and Martha. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son Joshua, sons-in-law William van 
Wyck and John Henry Sleght. Witnesses Dobson 
Wheeler, Garshom Martin, John Dorlon. 

CINNEY (probably Kinney), Andrew, of Hurley, 
Ulster Co., farmer. " The Old English Church in the 
City of New York, who being kept according to the Con- 
stitution of the Church of England." Executors Andries 
DeWitt jun. and Levi Pawling. Witnesses John P. Du- 
mond and Tjerck C. DWitt, of Kingston, farmers. 

COLLINS, Adam, of ^looming Grove, New Corn- 
wall Precinct, Orange Co. Mother, brother-in-law Nathan- 
iel Seely, nephews Jeremiah Colman and Samuel Seely, 
brother Jacob Gale. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Nathaniel Sattcrly and brother-in-law Nathaniel 
Seely. Witnesses Nathan Marvin and Colman Curtice. 

CAMPBELL, John. Sisters Margaret Campbell, 
Catharine McArthur and Ann Campbell, brothers Archi- 
bald, Alexander and James Campbell, mother Ann Camp- 
bell, cousins Duncan and Alexander Campbell of Kingston, 
Jamaica, Rev. Mr. Mason, widow Mary Mackie. Lots 
36» 37 And 38, lately purchased from Goldsborrow Ban- 
yan, personal property. Executors Peter Middleton, 
Johnston Fairholme and Walter Buchanan. Extract of 
a will dated as above, May 12, 1770 and June 25. 

CROOKE, Charles, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutch- 
CSS Co., yeoman. Wife Jannitje, wife's sister Banshe van 
Valkenburgh, son Charles, daughter Annaka, the Church 
of England at Poughkeepsie. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors the wife, brother John Crooke, brother- 
in-law Gabriel William Ludlow, wife's brothers-in-law 
Lawrence Funda and John Oosterhout. Witnesses 
Ananias Cooper, IJannah Walkdr, Bartholomew Crannell. 



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3^7 (C 77) 

1771 

Jany. 13 
Jnne 13 



3^8 (C 78) 

X773 
Jany. 30 

1780 

Octbr. 5 



3^9 (C 79) 

1773 
March 19 

Septbr. 5 



330 (C 80) 

X774 
Septbr. 24 

Decbr. 10 



CONKLING, Joshua, of Newburgh Precinct, 
Ulster Co. Wife Mary, sons William, Joshua and Ed- 
mond, daughters Mary, Keziah Jean, Ester, Hannah, 
Ruth, Rachel and Sarah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, Arthur Smith and Stephen Wiggens. 
Witnesses Elijah Carman, David Purdy, Leonard Smith. 

CAMPBELL, Samuel, of Ulster Co., farmer. 
Wife Mary, sons Samuel, Daniel, Nathenal, Jonathan, 
Joel, Levi, Nathan, Ruben. Real and personal estate. 
The wife executrix. Witnesses Neal Anderson, of Wall- 
kil, weaver, Mary Norris, wife of Wm. McDowel of 
Hannover Precinct, Ulster Co., and Samuel McCoUam. 

CONYN, Peter, of the Mohawks River, Tryon 
Co., esquire. Wife Rabaca, sons Petrus, John and Abra- 
ham, daughters Ally, wife of Adam Zielen, and Deborah 
(a widow), granddaughter Ariaentie Zielen. Land in 
Wilson, Abeel and Hansens Patent, do. on S. side 
Mohawk R., personal property (a silver cup marked 
P. W., silver spoons). Executors Christopher Yates, 
brothers Myndert and Andrew Wemple. Witnesses 
Hendrick Hansen, Simon Veeder, and John Wemple. 

COLDEN, Alexander, of Brookland, Kings Co., 
esquire. Wife Elizabeth, children Richard NichoUs Col- 
den and wife Harriot, sons-in-law Archibald Hamilton and 
wife Alice, John Antill and wife Margaret, Anthony 
Farrington and wife Elizabeth, daughter Jane, son John, 
brothers Cadwallader and wife Elizabeth and David with 
wife Ann, brother-in-law Doctor William Farquhar, Rev. 
Samuel Auchmity, Doctor Peter Middleton, grandsons 
Alexander Colden, son of Richard, Alexander Mark Ker 
Hamilton, John Collins Antill and Charles Farrington ; 
granddaughters Mary Elizabeth Jane Douglas Hamilton, 
Alice Margaret Campbell Hamilton, Elizabeth Farring- 
ton. House and lot in Brookland, do. at Newburgh, 
Ulster Co., lot called Beaver Dam in Alexander Baird's 



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Patent, lots in Geo. Harrison's Patent in Ulster Co., land 
on Mohawk R., adjoining Huntersfield, do. at Schohary, 
part of Johannes Lawyers et al. Patent, land in Cambridge 
Township and in Pittstown Township, in Magin's Pur- 
chase on Canada Creek, in Schuyler's Purchase, personal 
property (" two Ear'd Silver Cups, known by the name 
of the Cawdle Cup," a silver tobacco box and plate). 
Executors the wife, son Richard Nicholls Colden, son-in- 
law John Antill, trustees sons-in-law Archibald Hamilton 
and Antony Farrington. Witnesses Joseph Keys of 
Bedford, Kings Co., tailor, John McDonald, Bartholomew 
Besly, Copy. 



S3I (C 8i) 

X774 
March x8 



Lpfif4 



Ap 



33a (C to) 

1775 
May ao 

X776 

March 7 



COSINE, Cornelius, of the Out Ward, N. Y. 

City, farmer. Mother Deborah Cosine, sister Sarah, wife 
of William Swanser, brother Balm Johnson Cosine and 
his children, viz. Sarah, John, Hannah, Deborah, Nicho- 
las, Cornelius and Catharine. Real and personal estate. 
Executors John Hopper jun. and Wessel Hopper. Wit- 
nesses Gerardus Hardenbrook, John Krouss, G. Furman. 
Copy. 

CHRIST, Stephanus, of Hanover Precinct, 
Ulster Co., tavernkeeper. Wife Eva, sons Daniel, Fred- 
erick, Christian, Simeon and Jonathan, daughter Hannah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Philipp 
Christ and Martinas Christ. Witnesses Jacob Crist, 
Samuel Smith and William Stewart. 



313 (C 83) 
Ang. 18 
Jul7 2( 



29 



334 (C 84) 

1775 
March 4 

July 31 



CRISPEL, Cornelius, of Hurley, Ulster Co. 
Wife Geertje. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Petrus Roosa, Egbert Roosa, both of Hurley, and Seth 
Curtiss of Kingston. Witnesses Petrus Crespel, Hendrick 
Konstapel, farmers, and Benyamen Roosa. 

CLARKSON, Elizabeth, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Sons David jun. and Mathew Clarkson, brother James de 
Peyster, sisters Catharine, wife of John Livingston, Mar- 



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garety wife of Honble William Axtell, Mary, wife of John 
Charlton, and Eve de Peyster, brother-in-law David Clark- 
son, Mrs. James van Cortlandt. Lots in Great George 
Str, commonly called the Pasture, personal property. 
Executors son David Clarkson jun, William Axtell and 
Doctor John Charlton. Witnesses Robert Towt of N. 
Y. City cordwainer, William Harriss, Hester Harriss. 
Copy. 

335g^«5) CON KLIN, KasparUS, of Orange Town, Orange 

May zo Co. Wife Huyly, son Matthew, daughters Kitie, Castina, 
Ap^l^9 ^"^ Saflfiaw; Rachel Wandler, Elizabeth Blauvelt and 
Altie van Dorson. Real and personal property (silver 
spoons). Executors Abraham Ricker and Daniel Law- 
rence. Witnesses Edward Briggs, Aury Campbell, Daniel 
Lawrence. 

336(C^W) CARPENTER, Joseph, the 3d, of Goshen Pre- 

JuneS cinct. Orange Co. Wife Ruth, son Daniel, daughters 

Jnlj iz Hannah and Ruth, an expected child. Real and personal 

property. Executors Daniel Vail and John Smith, 

cooper. Witnesses Michael Jackson, William Oldfield, 

Hannah Smith. 

• 

337<5^«7) CONCKLIN, Mathias, of Orange Town, Orange 

March z8 Co. Wife Sophica, sons Liverance, Abraham, Casparus, 
Jany. 25 daughters Elizabeth Reyker, Anna Briggs, grandson 
John Stagg jun, son of dec'd daughter Rachell, grand- 
daughter Sophia Sitchett, da. of son Abraham and her 
two natural daughters Syela Halsey and Polly Ackerman, 
daughter-in-law Marg^ett, wife of son Abraham. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, sons-in-law 
John Stagg of New York and Abraham Reyker. Wit- 
nesses John Campbell of Orange Co. schoolmaster, Aury 
Campbell, David Archibald. 

338(^W) COLEMAN, George, of Little Britain, Ulster 

May 20 Co. Wife Keziah, sons George, Gideon, John, David 

Novm; 4 ^^^ James, daughters Keziah, Sarah, Catharine, Hannah, 



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Mary and Lydia. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and Nehemiah Carpenter of Newburgh. Wit- 
nesses David Belknap, Moses Hunt, of Ulster Co. yeo- 
man, and Benjamin Robinson. 

^^1777^^ CARPENTER, John, of Fredericksburgh, 

Octbr. 31 Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Hannah, son of son 
Decor. 21 Gabriel viz Caleb Carpenter, grandson Benjamin, son of 
Ame, wife of Caleb Carpenter, grandson Joseph Crane, 
son of daughter Thamar, wife of John Crane, grandson 
Joseph Lewis, son of da. Sarah, wife of Henry Lewis. 
Real and personal property. Executors Caleb Carpenter 
and John Crane. Witnesses Caleb Carpenter, John 
Crane, Henry Lewis. 

340 (C^9o) COSI N E, Deborah, widow of Cornelius, of Bloom- 
NoTbr. 5 ingdale. Daughter Sarah, children of son Balm Johnson 

April 4 Cosine, viz: Sarah, John Hannah, Deborah, Nicholas, 
Cornelius and Catherine. Real and personal estate. 
Executors John Hopper jun. and Wessel Hopper. Wit- 
nesses Henry Gulick, Phebe Gulick, G. Furman. Copy. 

341 (C 9«) CR AWFOR D, James, of Wallkil Precinct, Ulster 
1777 

Jany. 8 Co. cooper. Wife Elizabeth, brother Thompson, nephew 

FelOT^ 10 Ja"ies, son of brother Samuel, children of brothers David 
and Joseph. Real and personal estate. Executors bro- 
thers David and Joseph Crawford. Witnesses John 
McGowen, Samuel Moffat of Orange Co. weaver, Samuel 
Bodel. 

^^iw'^^ COE, Daniel, of Orange Co. Wife Rachel, sons 

Octbr. II John, Matthew, Daniel, Samuel, Allaxsand (?), daughters 

NoTbr. 7 Sarah Elizabeth, Mary and Rachel. Real and personal 

property. Executors son John and nephew Benjamin 

Coe. Witnesses John Coe, Jacob Cole, William Crom. 

343(^^93) COX, Ebenezer, of Tryon Co. Wife Elizabeth, 

Febry. 18 sons and daughters. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
Mar^a^ ^^^^ Robert Cox, Jacob G. Klock and John Frey. No 



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witnesses. Will proved by testimony of William Petrie 
of Kingsland District, Tryon Co., physician, and Jacob 
G. Klock of Palatine Distr, same County, esquire, as to 
handwriting. 

344 (C 94) COOL, Cornel iU8| of Hurley, Ulster Co., yeoman. 

Jnne 19 Wife Maria, son Cornelius, daughter Catherine. Land 
'7'^ on Dove Kil, do. in Hurley, in Patentees Woods ; per- 

sonal property. Executors the wife, the son, brother 
Jacobus Cool, brother-in-law Johannis Schoonmaker and 
Levi Pawling. Witnesses Jan van Duesen, John L 
Dubois, Ch. DWitt. 

345 (C 95) CONDERMAN, Frederick, of Canajohary Dis- 
J Jy — trict, Tryon Co., yeoman. Wife , sons Johannes and 

l«fl¥^^ Fredrick. Real and personal property. Executors Con- 
rat M. Conterman and Nicholas J. Pickerd. Witnesses 
Marcus Conderman, Friedrich Wallratha, John Pickerd. 



34MC96) CLARK, Lewis, of Newburgh, Ulster Co. Wife 

May 6 Cornelia, daughter Derendia, nieces Juliana, daughter of 
Octbr. 7 sister Lydia, Lydia Smith, da. of sister Eleanor, and 
nephew William Smith, son of sister Martha. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, Anning Smith and 
Stephen Case. Witnesses Samuel Stratton, John Strat- 
ton, Joanna Stratton. 

347 (C 97) CRACE, John, of Mamacatting Precinct, Ulster 

Octbr. 12 Co., esquire. Wife Jane, children James, David, John, 

'7^ Martha, Margaret and Isabel. Real and personal estate. 

Executors the wife, Daniel Graham and Capt. William 

Cross. Witnesses James Fulton, David Crage, Adam 

Crage. 

348(098) COLEMAN, Jonathan, of Goshen Precinct, 

'779 
March 10 Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Charity, son Jonathan, an 

M*7 13 expected child, brothers Joseph and Nathan Coleman and 



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five, sisters not named. Real and personal property. 
Executors Silas Horton, yeoman, and Doctor Jonathan 
Swazey, both of Goshen Prect. Witnesses Benjamin 
Tusten, Peter Clowes and Isaac Denton. 



349 (C 99) 

1780 

May 15 

1781 
Decbr. 3 



350 (C 100) 

1781 
Feory. 34 



351 (C loi) 

1781 

Septbr. 10 

Decbr. i 



352 (C X02) 

1781 
Novbr. 5 

1782 
Janj. 22 



CLEMENTS, Johannes, of Beekmans Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Sons Tobias, Thomas, Peter, daughters 
Cate, wife of Deliverance Mabey, Rachel, wife of Giddeon 
Hall, children of dec*d son John, viz : Thomas, Mariche 
and Cornelius, children of dec'd daughter Hannah, viz: 
William and Gabriel Strang. Real and personal property. 
Executor son Tobias Clements. Witnesses Jesse Oakley, 
trader, William Hall, Daniel Whitehead. 

CORNELL, Samuel, of Newbem, North Caro- 
lina, merchant, now at New York. Daughters Mary 
Edwards, Susannah, Sarah, Hannah and Elizabeth, grand- 
daughters Susannah and Rebecca Edwards, sister Hannah 
Browne, church at Flushing, L. I. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Thomas Hasslen (?), Jacob Blount, 
Wm. Low, all of North Carolina and Honble. Henry 
White of N. Y. City. Witnesses Arch. Hamilton, James 
Barclay, Saml. Camfield. Copy. 

CLINCH, Robert, of Schenectady. Wife Hannah, 
sons Ralph, Benjamin, Thomas, daughters Rebecca, 
Elizabeth and Euretta, brother-in-law John Vernon and 
his little daughter Polly. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, John Brown and James EUice, both 
of Schenectady. Witnesses Hermanns Bradt, Henry Glen, 
Wm. van Ingen. 

COOLEY, Nathan, of Cornwall Precinct, Orange 
Co., yeoman. Wife Keziah, sons Nathan, Justus, Daniel, 
daughters Hannah, wife's daughter Peniner. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, brother-in-law John 
Carpenter and Thomas Moffat. Witnesses George Durya, 
blacksmith. Garret Duryea, Enos Ayres. 



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353 (C 103) 

1787 

March 25 
May 24 



354 (C 104) 

1782 

March 4 

Octbr. 23 



355 (C 105) 

1782 

Jul J XI 

1783 
Jany. 3 



356 (C X06) 

X782 
Octbr. x8 
NoTbr. 12 



357 (C 107) 

1783 

Febry. 26 

April 2 



358 (C X08) 

JttlT 26 

Septbr. 17 



CINCEBOE, Philipp, of Beekmans Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Margaret, son Andrus, 
daughter Gade (Jade,? Hade?) and wife's children by first 
husband. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 
Andrus Buck and William McDowel. Witnesses James 
van der Burgh, Tillinghast Bentley and Nicholas Emig. 

COE, John, of Haverstraw, Orange Co., gentleman. 

Wife , daughters Abigail Gornee, Margaret van de 

Woort, Hannah Smith, Sarah Coe, sons Benjamin, Samuel, 
John, Jonas, Halsted and Matthew. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Benjamin, John and Jonas. 
Witnesses Gilbert Cooper, Peter Read, John D. Coe. 

CLYNE, Jacob, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Leaves all his " worldly " estate to Frederick Clyne, 
Hendrick Sleght and John Freeligh, his executors, in 
trust for the payment of his debts. If anything remains 
it is to go to sister Orshal, wife of Wm. Ward, Benjamin 
Akely and Frederick Cline, if they, after notice given, 
come to claim it within 12 months. Witnesses Wm. 
Terry and Walter Simpson. 

COOK, John, of New Windsor. Wife Sarah, 
daughter Mary. ** My estate." Executor Patrick Bur- 
net. Witnesses George Huggan, Mary Coleman, Patrick 
Burnet. Proved in Dutchess Co. 

CLOSE, David, clerk. Wife Hannah, nephew 
David, son of sister Sarah Delivan, John Tomkins, son of 
brother John Close. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, brother John Close and brothers-in-law Thomas 
Comstock and Timothy Delivan. Witnesses Alexander 
Kidd, of Fredericksburgh, Dutchess Co., Saml. Mills and 
Nathaniel Fisher, of Fredericksburgh, millwright. 

CRIST, Henry, of Montgomery Precinct, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Ann, sons David, Adam, Henry, 
wife's son Johannis Crist, daughters Hannah, Elisabeth, 



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Mary, Eve, Ann, Sally. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Stevonis Crist, Abraham Crist, Johannes Millar. 
Witnesses Johannes Neukerk, Jost German and John 
McKinstry. 

359 (C 109) COOKE, Samuel, of Pokeepsie Precinct, physician. 

]yUy 3 Wife Temperance, sons William Hedges, George, Samuel, 

Attg. 18 daughters Temperance and Anna. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the wife and John Bailey. Witnesses 

Wm. Terry, hatter, Sebre Fish, tailor, James Livingston. 

3^(c^"o) CARPENTER, Nehemiah, late of jamaica,L.l., 

June 16 now of Goshen, Ulster Co., blacksmith. Wife Pracilla, 
^^^ ^5 sons Nehemiah, Nicholas, daughters Phebe and Sally. 
Land at Jamaica, L. L, personal property. Executors 
the wife and sons. Witnesses Joseph Carpenter, Amasa 
Mathews and John Kortright. 

361 (C III) CARPINTAR, Weight, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 
Septbr! 18 Co., blacksmith. Wife Mercey, daughters Mary, Eliza- 
'785 beth White, Rebecca, son Weight. Real and personal 

estate. Executors Doctor Jonathan Sweezey and son- 
in-law James White. Witnesses Ino. McCamly, cord- 
wainer, Nicholas Carpenter, blacksmith, Elizabeth Smith. 

3^2^(^1X2) CLARK, Abigail, of Fredericksburgh, Dutchess 

Septbr. 15 Co. Son William, daughters Abigail, Mary, Elizabeth 

Mardf m ^"^ Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors Elias 

Cornelius and Isaac Seacor. Witnesses Peter Beadeau 

sen, of Dutchess Co., farmer, Isaac Badeau. 

363^(c 113) COCK, Catharine Margaret, of German Camp, 

June 17 Albany Co., spinster. Friend (brother-in-law ?) Wesscl 
Fe?rr k ^^^ Brook of Livingston Manor and niece Nancy, da. of 

Wcssel ten Brook. Personal property (six silver spoons). 

Executor Wessel ten Brook. Witnesses Abraham Bogar- 

dus, Mary Bogardus, John Fletcher. 



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364(Cxi4) 

1784 

March 13 

1786 
Octbr. X2 



365(0115) 

June 28 
July z6 



366 (C 1x6) 

1785 
Augr. 5 

Decbr. 31 



367 (C X17) 

1786 
Septbr. 30 

1787 
March 24 



368 (C xx8) 

1786 

May 30 

1787 
March 24 



CRAWFORD, John, of Pinpack Precinct, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Nephew John, son of brother Samuel 
Crawford. Real and personal estate. Executors John 
Barkley and Samuel Crawford, both of Montgomery 
Precinct yeomen. Witnesses Henry Palmer jun, laborer. 
John Linderman, Wm. Steuart, John Crawford of Mama- 
catting Prect. made administrators. 

CHAPMAN, Samuel, of Stephentown District, 

Albany Co. Wife , brothers Daniel and Robert 

Chapman, sisters Mary, Susannah, Temperance, Chloe 
and Nance. Homefarm and land at East Haddam, per- 
sonal property. Executor Jonathan Niles. Witnesses 
Joel Curtis, Ichabod Cone, cordwainer, Caleb Chapman, 
blacksmith. 

CONCKLIN, John, of Poghkeepsie Precinct, cap- 
tain. Wife , sons John, Lawrence, David, Abraham, 

Isaac, Jacob and Matthew, daughters Susanna, Anna and 
her daughters Johanna and Mary, Hester, wife of Teunis 
Tappen. Real and personal estate (a Dutch bible). Ex- 
ecutors the seven sons. Witnesses Mathew L. Concklin, 
farmer, John L. Concklin, Jacob Westervelt. 

COLE, Myndert, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 
Co., farmer. Wife Teatte, sons Aurea, Peter, Tunis, 
John, Jacobus, Myndert, Abraham, daughters Elizabeth, 
Cornelia and Margaret. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors son Aurea Cole, Moses van Valey and Richard 
Knights. Witnesses Martin Overocker, Samuel Nights, 
farmers, Bartholomew Noxon. 

COM INS, John, of Pawlings Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons John, Simion, Samuel, Gay- 
lord, Abel, daughters Elizabeth, Abiah, Johanna, Silance, 
Anna and Irena. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Gaylord and Abel. Witnesses Joseph Weaver, 
Peter Talman, Isaac I. Talman, trader. 



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^^1793"'^ OANH^P^, Jean Bertram, jun. of New York 

Septbr. 9 City. Christian Matthias Heil of New York and slave 
P?ciich'^ girl Marguerite Franjoise Catrone, now in France. Per- 
sonal estate. Executor C. M. Heil. Witnesses R. J. 
van den Broek, St. Maini6, Fredrich Shanewolff. 

^''%r^ CRUGER, Nicholas, of New York City, mer- 

^**SZi" chant. Wife Ann, born Markoe. Sons and daughters by 
Septbr. 34 present wife and former wife Ann, daughter of Major and 

Madame de NuUy, who died on the Island of St. Croix. 
Real estate (partly on said Island), personal property. 
Executors, the wife, Robert Watts, John Watts and Cor- 
nelius Stevenson, all of N. Y. City. Witnesses Chas. 
Haight, James Codwise, Mich. D. Henry. Codicil, dated 
at St. Croix January 16, iSoo, supplies maiden names of 
the two wives and unimportant changes. It is witnessed 
by John Gordon and Henry N. Cruger. Copy. 

vjU cooper, Samuel, of Southampton, Suffolk Co. 
June 33 Wife Abigail, sons Zophar, Samuel, daughters Abigail 
Taiiy.^18 Hathway, Mary Ayres and Phebe Juggar, grandson , 

son of son Stephen Cooper. Real and personal estate. 

Executors sons Zophar and Samuel Cooper. Witnesses 

Timothy Peirson, Matthew Rogers, Stephen Rogers. 

Recorded Vol. I. Wills and Probates, p. 26. 

lyi^ OAR MAN, Silas, of Oysterbay, Queens Co. Wife 

May 31 Hannah, sons Silas, Samuel and Joshua. Homefarm, 
Febry. la '^"^ o" Lattins Neck, Oysterbay Township, do. on Seas 
Neck, Huntington Township, do. on Hempstead Plains, 
personal estate. Executors the wife, Benjamin Tredwell 
of Hempstead, surgeon, and son-in-law Zophar Smith. 
Witnesses Enoch Plummer, Lieut. 3d Battaillon, 60th 
Regt., David Batty of South Hempstead yeoman and 
John Batty. Recorded ibidem, p. 44. 

37^ OARPENTER, Joseph, of Jericho, Oysterbay 

20th day, 4th Township, Queens Co. Wife Elizabeth, daughters Eliza- 

"787 ^^^'^ ^^^ Abigail Cook, sons Thomas, Joseph, Benjamin 

Febry. 36 and Henry, grandchildren Freelove, daughter of son 



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Isaac, Joseph, son of son-in-law William Cook. Land in 
Limington Township, Vermont and other real estate ; 
personal property. Executors son Thomas Carpenter, 
Thomas Wiliets and Jacob Willets, both of Jericho. 
Witnesses Samuel Willis of Jericho, carpenter, Daniel 
Dodge and Elias Hicks. Recorded ibidem, p. 56. 



374 
1779 

Septbr. 25 

1787 

March 33 



Novor. 30 

1786 

June 23 



376 

1777 
Jaoy. 7 

1781 
March 13 



CANTI N E, Jane, of New Rochel, Westchester Co., 
youman. Sister Susannah Cantine and niece Francies 
Jones sole heiresses and executrices. Witnesses John 
Shute, John Bonnet, yeoman, Jane Bonnet. Recorded 
ibidem, p. 84. 

CLARKE, George, of Hyde, County Palatine of 
Chester, England, esquire. Great nephews George Clarke, 
Edward Clarke, George Hyde Clarke, great niece Jane, 
daughter of Letitia Penelope Crispis, nephew-in-law 
William Sanford and wife, niece Mary of Manchester, 
" my dear unhappy and much injured niece Mrs. Catharine 
Clarke, wife of my abandoned, profligate nephew Charles 
Hyde Clarke," nephew Mathew Cock, clerk of the Ex- 
chequer, servants John Ridley, stewart, Mary Burgess, 
housekeeper, William Cockerton, body servant. Lands 
in Province of New York, on the Island of Jamaica, and 
in England. Thomas Birch of Ardwick and Thomas 
Butterworth Bayley of Hope, Lancaster Co., England, 
trustees, Robert Crispin of Lincoln's Inn and William 
Sanford of Manchester, executors. Witnesses Mary Dren- 
ton, Thomas Sidebotham, John Whitehead. Probated at 
New York, April 20, 1787. Recorded ut supra, p. no. 

CADWALADER, Thomas, of Philadelphia, 

practitioner in physic and surgery. Wife Hannah, 
daughters Rebecca, Elizabeth, son Lambert (of New 
Jersey), cousin Margaret Stevenson. Real and personal 
estate. No executors. Will executed at Shrewsbury, 
County of Kent, Maryland. Witnesses Margaret Steven- 
son, Wm. Gough, Henry Bruce. Codicil, dated Hunter- 



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down Co., and executed at Trenton, Novbr. 2, 1779, 
makes a change in legacy to cousin Margaret Stevenson. 
Witnesses Mary Dagworthy, Abrm. Heint, Philimon 
Dickinson. Letters testamentary granted to Lambert 
Cadwalader March 13, 178 1, at Philadelphia. Probated 
at New York, Novbr. 28, 1786. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 159. 

vji^ COOLEY, Jonathan, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 

April 14 Co., yeoman. Wife Ruth, wife's daughter Hurldey, sons 
An^i Jonathan and David, daughters Mary, wife of Benjamin 
Smith, Eunice, wife of Andrew Wilson, Beulah, wife 
of Increase Mathers; apparently only personal estate. 
Executors son-in-law Benjamin Smith, Joseph Halsted 
and John Bradnor. Witnesses Alexander Campbell, 
farmer, Henry White, John White. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 241. 

M CAMPBELL, Archibald, of Fredericksburgh, 

Octbr. 17 Dutchess Co., bachelor and Captain of the New York 

1*781 
Aug. 14 Company of Volunteers at Long Island, " my two boys 

left at my farm at Fredericksburgh" are given the farm, 
stock and mill with £100. " Mr. Monson, Daniel Chase 
and Mathew Patterson are to settle for Archd. and Dun- 
can, brother Tom, Arch is to have Sara for Duncan." 
No executors or witnesses. Will proved at London, 
England, by testimony of Duncan Campbell, of Well Str., 
Parish of Saint Mary le Bone, carpenter, and Archibald 
McDufI, of Silver Street, Parish of St. James, Westminster, 
Cabinet maker. Letters testamentary granted to Dun- 
can Campbell, of Aldergate Str., London, victualler, and 
John Campbell, of High Holborn, upholsters, brothers of 
testator. Will is dated " Brookland Fort " and probated 
in New York February, 1791. Recorded ut supra, p. 258. 

17% COEJMANS, Samuel Staats, son of Andries, 

Novbr. 6 of Somerset Co., N. J. Son Andries, daughter Gertruyd. 
Febryf 13 Homefarm in Somerset Co., claims to land in State 



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380 
1793 

Aug, 16 



381 

X788 

March 16 

March 25 



of New York, personal property. Executors nephew 
Colonel John Neilson and neighbour William Patterson. 
Witnesses Charles Cox, John Y. Noel, Rob. Troup. Will 
proved at Bamards Town, N. J. Probated in New York 
April 1, 1 791. Recorded ut supra, p. 300. 

CLARKE, Jonathan, of Savannah, Georgia. Wife 
Herodias, brother William Clarke. Land in District 96, 
New Purchase in South Carolina, (Winton County), per- 
sonal estate (plate). Executors the wife and Ebenezcr 
Hill, of Savannah, merchant. Witnesses Jas. Belcher, 
Abraham Leggett, of N. Y., blacksmith, Wm. Erving, of 
Savannah, Ga., auctioneer. Proved at New York. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 398. 

CAMPBELL, Pryse, of Essex Co., N. J. Wife 
Magdalena Maria. Real and personal estate. No exec- 
utors named. Witnesses James Mcintosh and John Mc- 
Queen. Letters testamentary granted to widow at New 
York March 25, 1795. Recorded ut supra, p. 465. 



383 

1775 
Septbr. 3 

1796 

Pebry. 6 



383 

1796 

March 3 

March 10 



1706 
April 12 
Aug. 19 



CRANE| JoSGphy of Essex Co., N. J., surveyor. 
Wife Sarah sole heiress and with John Range, of NeW 
Ark, N. J., and Richard Kep sen., of New York, executors. 
Real and personal estate. Witnesses Richard Kip jun., 
Daniel Ebbets jun. In the probate, dated as above, 
Sarah Crane has become Sarah Scudder. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 530. 

CALLACHAN, Nabby, now of New York City, 
widow. John Leonard, of New York City, boarding house 
keeper, sole heir and executor of real and personal 
property. Witnesses Charles Dougherty, Bryan Conner, 
Laurence Courtney. Recorded ut supra, p. 537. 

GOLDEN, Alexander, now of New York City. 
Mother Henrietta M. Colden, brother Cadwalader R. 
Colden, cousin Captain Thomas Colden, friend Wm. 



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Alves, a native of Scotland, now of Island of St. Vincent, 
James Dole, of Lansingburgh, merchant. Lands at Pitts- 
town, Rensselaer Co., and Cambridge, Washington Co., 
personal estate. Executors the mother and James Dole. 
Witnesses James Inglis jun., J. Blair Linn, John William 
Patterson. Recorded ut supra, p. 601. 



3*4 
1798 

March 11 

March ao 

French 



386 

ApJ, 

Decor. 17 
French 



387 

1795 
Marao 

Novbr. 14 



CORTET (Coatet, Cortel), Jeanne, resident 

of L'Artibonte, Island of Sto. Domingo. Sons Valentin, 
14 years, Cabaril, 12 years, daughters Perpignette, 4^ 
years, Tite, 2 years, and a daughter, born 8 days ago at 
New York. Personal property (six silver table spoons, 
five do forks, one do soup ladle, 12 do teaspoons, a do 
silver tongs and other silver). Executor Mr. Labouisse. 
Witnesses Messrs. LafTiteau, merchant, and de Neufviile, 
habitant. Recorded ut supra, Vol. II., p. 69. 

CUYALAU, Pierre, a native of Pau, Beam, 30 
years old, now of St Marc Vignier Plantation, Parish of St. 
Pierre de L'Archaye, Quarter of Boucassin, Seneschalery 
of Port au Prince, Island of Sto. Domingo. Miss Fanny 
Remoussin of St. Marc, Mr. Parage of Boucassin and 
lawful heirs in France. Real estate in France, personal 
property on the Island. Executor Mr. Parage. Wit- 
nesses Elie Martin, millwright, John Jolly, carpenter, 
both of the same Parish. Recorded ut supra p. 180. 

COCKROFT, William, of Halifax, County York, 
gentleman. Henry Cockroft of Nest in Errington, son of 
late nephew William, nephews John Cockroft of Souther- 
house, Thomas Cockroft of Holcome, near Bury, Lan- 
cashire, Grace, wife of John Ramsden of Highfield in 
Ovenden, nephew Thomas Mason of Eshton in Craven, 
nieces Sarah, wife of Thomas Foster of HoUings, near 
Heptonstall, Elizabeth, wife of Robert Holstead or Hall- 
stead of Burntacres near Todmorden, children of William 
Grimshaw dec'd, son of late sister Mary, children of dec'd 
nephew John Gibson, viz : Thomas, Abraham and Eliza- 



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beth, niece Susan Gibson widow, nephew James Cockroft 
of N. Y. City, cousins Grace, wife of Thomas Holt of 
Wheatly, Nancy, wife of Mr. Jones, late Clergyman of 
Warley, now in Wales. Real estate in North America, 
personal property. Executors James King of Myth 
holme. Parish of Halifax, merchant, Thomas Murgatroyd 
of Willow Edge, same Parish, gentleman, James Oldfield 
of Harwood Well, same Parish, gentleman. Witnesses 
Rt. Parker, Ino. Lockhead jun., Noah Mellin. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 176. 

3W^ CUYLER, Richard, of Albany City. Mother 

March 24 Lydia Cuyler, sister Catharine Staats, sisters-in-law Ann, 
May 17 ^jfg Qf brother Jacob Cuyler, Maria, wife of brother Glen, 
brothers Cornelius of Cayuga Co., John, of Albany, 
attorney-at-law, Jacob of Otsego Co., Tobias V., late of 
Schoharie Co. Personal property. Trustees and exec- 
utors Nicholas Bleecker and Dudley Walsh, both of 
Albany, merchants. Witnesses Richard Lush, John 
Maley, Teunis Ts. van Vechten. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 242. 

389 CHANCELLOR, James H., formerly of St. 

NoTbr. XI James, Island of Jamaica, now of Stillwater, N. Y. Wife 

c '5?^ ^ Cecilia sole heiress and executrix of " the estate." Wit- 
septDr. 37 

nesses John V. Henry, of Albany, counsellor-at-law, H. 
Bleecker, R. R. Henry. Recorded ut supra, p. 286. 



3^0 CADMUS, Deborah, formerly of Somerset Co., 

Attj. 21 N. J., now of Watervliet, Albany Co. Andrew Cadmus, 
Maat grandson of late husband Andrew Cadmus, son Richard 
Cadmus of Somerset Co., N. J., niece Catharine Bratt, 
daughter of brother John F. Bratt, sister Vroutye Bratt, 
w. of Peter Bratt. Personal estate. Executors brother 
John F. Bratt and nephew Dirck, son of Peter Bratt. 
Witnesses Ino. Fonday jun. John L. Winne, Paul Spen- 
cer. Recorded ut supra, p. 298. 



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1 813 

Jany. 26 
June 10 



39a 

1 815 

April 13 

Jnne aa 



393 
1817 

Uny. 23 

Jane 10 



394 
1818 

Decbr. 31 

1820 

Septbr. 2 



395 

«77S 
May 20 

1779 

March 15 



CROCKERy Sarahy widow of Ebenezer, of Kin- 
derhook, Columbia Co. Daughters Ann, Sarah, wife of 
John Barlow, Amelia, wife of David Blunt. Real and 
personal estate. Trustees and executors James van der 
Poel and Ebenezer Crocker. Witnesses David Carshore, 
Robert McDonnell, Matty Ames. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 316. 

CRABTREEy Johrii leaves to Mathew Crabtree 
14 months pay due from U. S. and 160 acres of land. 
Witnesses A. Hansen, Henry Wright, sergeant, Thos. 
Williams. Recorded ut supra, p. 324. 

COPELAND, Jacob. Wife Sally, sons Abra- 
ham, Isaac, Jacob, Benjamin, William and Lloyd, daugh- 
ters Matilda, Phebe, Maria, Frances and Sally. Real and 
personal estate. Executors Enoch Sayre and son Abra- 
ham. Witnesses Piatt Adams, William Chapman, Amoz 
Cornwall. Recorded ut supra, p. 338. 

CULLEN, John, native of Dutchess Co., N. Y., of 
Aux Cayes, Haity, commission-merchant. Miss Maria 
Jeanne Chaillon of Port-au-Prince and his natural chil- 
dren by her, viz : Maria Magdalene Elmine and Jean, 
Mrs. James van Rensselaer jun, whose maiden name was 
Cullen, of Utica, N. Y. and her children. Personal estate. 
Joseph Kernochan of New York trustee for sister Mrs. 
James van Rensselaer jun. Executor Guillaume Che- 
garay of Aux Cayes. Witnesses John Cullen Dupon, A. 
Avignon and G. Malereil (?). Recorded ut supra, p. 352. 

COLDEN, Cadwallader, Lieut. Governour of 
the Province of New York. Grandson Richard Nicolls 
Colden, sons David, Alexander, dec'd, Cadwallader, 
daughters Elizabeth de Lancey, and Alice Willett dec'd. 
Lands in the Lewis Morris Patent on Mohawks R., do. 
on Westside of Katskil Mts., do at Coldingham, Ulster 
Co., do at Flushing, L. L, farm at Springhill, personal 
property. Executors sons David and Cadwallader and 



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da. Elizabeth de Lancey. Witnesses Robert Doughty of 
Queens Co. yeoman, Benjamin Underbill, Edmund Un- 
derbill. Recorded vol. III., p. i6. 

3^ CAMPBELL, Duncan, of Washington Co., far. 

Octbr. 13 nier, letters of administration granted by Thomas Tred- 

well, Judge of the Probate Court at New York to, on the 
estate of his dec'd daughter Margaret of the same place 
spinster. Recorded ibidem, p. 130. 

397 CAM PBELL, John, late of the Island of Jamaica, 
1770 •' 

April 37 planter, now of New York City. Sisters Margaret Camp- 
J«y «5 bell, Catharine McArthur, Ann Campbell, brothers Archi- 

bald, Alexander and James, cousins Duncan Campbell 
and Alexander Campbell, both of Kingston, Jamaica, 
merchants. Lands in New York Province, personal prop- 
erty. Executors Peter Middleton of N. Y. City physician, 
Johnstone Fairholme of Jamaica and Walter Buchanan of 
N. Y. City, merchant. Witnesses Samuel Jones, Isaac 
Noble, Uzal Johnson. Codicil of May 12, 1770, gives 
legacies to Rev. Mr. Mason of the Scotch Presbyterian 
Congregation in N. Y. City, to widow Mary Mackay of 
N. Y. City and to nurse Margaret Gilles. Same witnesses. 
Codicil of June 25, 1770, revokes legacy to Margaret Gilles. 
Witnesses Jean Guerinay and Isaac Noble. Recorded 
ibidem, p. 146. 

398 CAMPBELL, Archibald, of Albany City, sur- 
FcbiyT 19 veyor. Wife Christena, son John, Jacob, and four others ; 

1805 daughters Margaret, wife of Thomas Brissbrown, Hannah, 

Sarah, Caty and Elizabeth. Lands in New Jersey and 
near Sacondaga, house and lot in Albany ; personal prop- 
erty. Executors the wife and sons John and Jacob. 
Witnesses Robert Hewson, William Fryer, P. Sternbergh. 
Recorded vol. IV., p. 24. 



399 CROCHANi George, late of Pittsburgh, now of 

June^za Passayunk, Philadelphia Co., Penna. Nephew John Ward, 
»eptbr. 3 kinsmen Wm. Powell and Thomas Smallman, friend John 



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Campbell of Pittsburgh, " formerly my clerk," James For- 
resty Barnard Gratz and his da. Rachel, daughter Susan- 
nah, wife of Augustin Prevoost. Lands on Robinson 
Run and on Chartier Creek. Executors Barnard Gratz 
and Michael Gratz of Philadelphia, merchants, Thomas 
Smallman of Pittsburgh, William Powell of same place 
coppersmith and James Innis of Washington Co., Pa. 
Witnesses Ann Gallagher, Jacob Seler, Lewis Weiss. 
Recorded ibidem, p. 29. 

i^^z CAMPBELL, Daniel, of Schenectady. Wife 

JqIt 16 Angelica, brother John Campbell and his children Ed- 
FelOT 21 ward, Alexander and Sally. Had son David, who is now 
dead. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and Joseph C. Yates of Schenectady. Witnesses Joseph 
Mynderse, Lowrans van Boskerck, Henry Yates jun. 
Recorded ibidem, p. 153. 

xYA CAMPBELL, Angelica, of Schenectady. Mar. 

MtLjiy garet, wife of Simon Vrooman, Eve, wife of Simon 

Febry.^2x Vedder, Angelica, wife of Jacob Schermerhorn, nephews 

Arent and Cornelius, sons of brother Samuel Bradt, 
brother Abraham Bradt, children of Abraham's son 
Arent, niece Helena, da. of bro. Frederick Bradt, nephew 
Arent, son of bro. John Bradt, and his two sons, Ann ten 
Eyck and Angelica Campbell, both daughters of Cor- 
nelius Vrooman dec'd, John, son and Susanna da. of 
Margaret Vrooman, Arent Vrooman and wife Elizabeth, 
Eve Vedder, her son Daniel Campbell and da. Angelica, 
Catharine, w. of Myndert Vedder, Catharine, wife of 
John Schermerhorn and da. of brother Jacobus, Daniel 
David Campbell, son of Jacob and Angelica Schermer- 
horn, Eve, da. of bro. Jacobus and w. of Takareus Vedder, 
Catharine Burt, Susanna, w. of Wyngart Veeder, niece 
Eve, da. of sister Susanna and w. of Daniel Peak, the 
Episcopal Church at Schenectady, Daniel Campbell Lam- 
bert, David Campbell Burgess, Mary Duncan, Michael 
commonly called John Bouderick, Daniel Martin, William 



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403 

x838 
March 39 
Octbr. 33 



403 
X82 



Novbr. 5 

1836 

Aug. 7 



Boorland, Gennet Killey, Daniel Banter. Personal prop- 
erty (plate), saw and grist mill at Milton, Saratoga Co. 
Executor Jacob Schermerhorn. Witnesses Maus van 
Vranken, James Bailey, Cornelius S. Groot. Recorded 
ibidem p. 157. 

CAMERON, Dugald, of Bath, Steuben Co., now 
at Albany. Wife Frances, son Charles, daughters Lydia, 
wife of Ira Davenport and Elizabeth Whitney, brother 
Charles Cameron, of Greene, Chenango Co., father, sister 
Elizabeth, nephew Archibald McLauchlin, grandson 
Emanuel Coryell. Farm on Conhocton R. in Bath, per- 
sonal property. Executors son-in-law Ira Davenport, 
brother Charles and son Charles. Witnesses James Mc- 
Naughton, Azel Fitch, C. D. Townsend. Recorded 
ibidem, p. 256. 

CLARK, ErastUS, of Utica, Oneida Co. Wife 
Sophia, sister Jerusha Clark. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, Jesse W. Doolittle and Walter King. 
Witnesses James Dean, James Piatt and I. H. Ostrom. 
Recorded Vol. V., p. 39. 



i6as 
April 17 

Dutch 



x6^ 
July 3 
Dutch 



>, Jan, of Manhatans Island. Wife Maritie 
Robbers, brother-in-law Tonis Mysen. Real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Thomas Hall, Abraham Watson, 
Cosyn Gerritsen, Hendrick Pietersen, Jeurian Pratel and 
Cornells van Tienhoven, Secretary. N. Y. Col. MSS., 
II., 146. 

CRUYFF, Eldert Gerbertsen, of Rensseiaers- 

wyck Colony, born at Hilversen in Gooylant, Holland, 
and wife Tryntie Jans, born at Noortstrant, Oostland. 
Son by first husband Jan Jansen Ryckman, vizt : Albert 
Jansen Ryckman. Real and personal estate. No execu- 
tor named. Witnesses Adriaen van Ilpendam, Harmen 
Jansen Ryckman and Notary v. Schelluyne. Albany 
Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 337. 



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406 
1676-7 

Dutch 



CORNELISSEN, Maerten, of ciaverack, born 

in the City of Ysselsteyn, and wife Maeyeke Cornells, 
born at Barrcvelt. Children mentioned, but not by 
name. Real and personal property. The survivor ex- 
ecutor. Witnesses Jan Verbeeck, Pieter Loockermans, 
at whose house the will is executed, and Adriaen van 
Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, Notarial 
Papers, I., p. 606. 



1683 

JjBly 23 

Dutch 



CLAESSEN, Frederick, of New Albany, born 

at Westenes, District of Drent. Mother Roelofie Wil- 
lems, sister Hilletie Claes, living at Staphorst, Jannetie 
Gerrit of Rensselaerswyck Colony. " Estate." Execu- 
tor Gerrit Gysbertsen. Witnesses Commissary Jan 
Jansen Bleecker, Barent Meyndersen and Adrian van 
Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, Notarial 
Papers, II., p. 456. 



408 
X683 

X684 

Decbr. xx 

Dutch 



'% 



CLUTE, (Cloet), Captain Johannes, of Al- 

bany. Present wife Bata van Slichtenhorst, cousin 
(nephew) Johannes Cloet jun., brothers Jacob, Barent, 
Evert, Clement, sisters Annetje and Engel Cloet, living 
at Nieuen Roy, District of the Mark. Farm at Canasta- 
gioene (Niskayuna), personal property. No executor 
named. Witnesses Mr. Cornelis van Dyck, Magistrate 
Dirck Wessells (ten Broeck) and Robert Livingstone, 
secretary. Albany Co. Records, Court Minutes, 1680-5, 
p. 618. 



x68q 



NoTbr. x6 
Dutch 



CALIER, Michiel, of Kinderhook, Albany Co. 
First wife Engeltie, da. of Dirck the Swede, who had da. 
Magdalena, 2^ yrs. old, second wife Tretie, da. of Jeurian 
van Hoesem. " Estate." Guardians of the daughter and 
other prospective children Jeurian van Hoesem and 
Frenck Herdick. Witnesses Jochem Lammertsen, Wil- 
lem Hoffmeyer and J. Becker. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, II., p. 572. 



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409a 
Z69X 

Octbr. 8 



410 
1709 

Attjc. S 
Septbr. 30 



410a 

1730-1 

March 3 

1727 
Jane 7 



410b 

X734 
Ang. 30 

1741 

June 10 

Dutch 



n 



1746 

May 15 

/747 
June I 



CARSTENSEN, Theunis, of Shinnechtady, 
Albany Co, letters of administration on the estate of» 
granted to his widow Maritje. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. I. 

COLE, Henry, of Middletown, Monmouth Co., 
N. J., cordwainer. Friend Benjamin Kellum of Hunt- 
ington, Suffolk Co., L. I., farmer, sole heir and executor 
of real and personal estate. Witnesses Isaac Verplanken, 
Elisabeth van Corlaer and Jonathan Rumney. Albany 
Co., Records, Wills, I., p. 127. 

CONYN, Casper Leendertsen, of ciaverack, 

Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Alecteka, children Leendert, 
Casper, Anganitie, wife of Gerret van Wie, Janaka, wife 
of Harma van Salsberge, Maritie, Commertie, Elizabeth, 
Ragell, Eava, children of dec'd son Peter. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors Samuel ten Broeck, Peter 
Bronck and Thomas Williams. Witnesses Flip Conyn, 
Flip Conyn jun., Casparis Bronck and Tho. Williams. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 183. 

CREGIER, Jannetie, widow of Martin, of Al- 
bany. Sons Martynus, Samuel, daughters Elizabeth, wife 
of Daniel van Olinda, Annatie, wife of Victoor Becker, 
Geertruy, wife of Ulderick van Francke, children of 
dec'd da. Marya, vizt. Enogh and Marya Vreelandt. 
Real estate at Kanistagone (Niskayuna) Albany Co., per- 
sonal property. Executors all the children. Witnesses 
Stephanus van Rensselaer, Gerardus Banker and Ino. de 
Peyster. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 276. 

CLOET, Gerardus, of Albany Co., yeoman. 
Wife Maghtell, children Johannes, Dirck, Jacob, Gerar- 
dus, Bata, Elizabeth and Claertie. Farm in the Boght 
of the Cahoos, personal property. The wife sole execu- 
trix. Witnesses Cornelius Onderdonk, Johannis J. Lan- 
sing, both of said Co. farmers, and James Stenhouse. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 317. 



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4xxb 

Septbr. 14 

«77« 
Jnne 15 



COEYMANS, Catriena, da. of Anthony van 
Schaick and widow of Samuel Coeman. Margritia ten 
Eyck, Gerritie, wife of Peter Gansevoort, Elizabeth, wife 
of Thomas Peebles, nephew Jacob ten Eyck, sister Gar- 
ritie, widow of Coenraet ten Eyck, Maritie, da, of Anthony 
van Shaick jun. dec*d., Chnotiantie, wife of Anthony van 
Schaick, Annatie, wife of Henry ten Broeck, Anthony 
Goose van Schaick, nephew Goose, son of bro. Goose van 
Schaick, Anthony ten Eyck, Barent ten Eyck, Andries 
ten Eyck, Barent ten Eyck, Tobias ten Eyck. Real and 
personal estate. Executors nephews Jacob, Anthony 
and Barent ten Eyck. Witnesses John Macob, Daniel 
Stall and Peter Silvester. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 

p. 353. 



4x2 

Octbr. 30 

Octbr. a 

Dntch 



CONYN, Caspar U8, of Claverack, Albany Co., 
farmer. Wife Eva, children Casparus, Lawrans, Maria, 
Jannietje, da. of dec'd. da. Alida, vizt. Maria. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the two sons and Henry van 
Rensselaer. Witnesses Nicklas Brissie, Peter MuUer, 
both of Claverack, farmers and Stephen van Dyck. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 358. 



4iaa (D x) 

1671 
Septbr. 14 

Dntch 



DU FOUR, David, from Bergen, Henegau, and 
wife Jannetje Frans from Guevrerin near Valencyn, 
living at Deudelbay, N. Y. The survivor, the sons David, 
Pieter and Glaude and a son Jan by the first wife Maria 
Boulyn. Real and personal property. The survivor to 
be executor. Witnesses Cosyn Gerrits, Jan Bastiaens, 
Johannes Kip, Elias Provoost, Pieter Houss. Copy, no 
evidence of proof, except an endorsement, "Johannes 
Kipp, p™® May 1699." 



4«3 (D a) 
167a 

Jnne 4 
Dntch 



DE FOREEST, Isaack, of New York City, 

brewer, and wife Sarah de Trutx. The survivor, daugh- 
ters Susanna, wife of Pieter Rtemer, Maria, sons Johannes, 
Philipp, Isaacq, Hendricus and David. Real and personal 
7 



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Calendar of Wills- 



4x3a (D 3) 

x6B8 
April 13 



414 (D 4) 

1694 
March 37 

Z696 

Recorded 

Jnne33 

Dutch 



415 (D 5) 
1695-0 

Febry. 22 

1696 

Recorded 

June 33 

Dutch 



Octbr. 31 



417 (D 7) 

Z703 
Aug. 30 

Z708 
Septbr. z 



property. Executors and guardians cousin Jacob Kip 
and Symon Janssen Romeyn. Witnesses Isaack Kip and 
Arent Isacksen. Original copy signed by testators, wit- 
nesses and notary. No proof. 

D'KEY, Jacob Teunis, of New York. Wife 

Hellegonda, sons Teunis, Jacob, daughters Janneke, 
Angenitie and Maria, grandson Jacob, son of Teunis. 
Houses and lots in New York, land in the Highlands, 
personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Peter Jacobs Marius, P. D. Lancey. Copy. No proof. 

DU BOIS, Louys, of Kings Towne, Ulster Co. 
Wife Catrina, sons Abraham, Jacob, David, Solomon, 
Louys and Matthew, children of son Isaacq (dec'd?), 
daughter Sarah, wife of Joost Jansen. Real and personal 
property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses John 
Ward, S. Valleau, Wm. D'Meyer. No proof. 

DU BO IS, Louys, of Kingstowne, Ulster Co., 
same as preceding, revokes the former testament and 
makes different disposition of his estate. Farm at Hur- 
ley, house and lot in Kings, land at New Paltz. Wit- 
nesses W. D'Meyer (Major) Jacob Rutsen, Jan Burhans, 
Mattys Slecht. Proved March 26, 1696. The widow 
Catrina sworn as executrix July 16, 1697. 

DU MAR ESQ, Nicholas, of New York City, 
mariner, son of Elias Dumaresq and wife Mary of St. 
Saviours Parish, Garnesey (Guernsey) Island. Children 
Sarah, Nicolas, Jacob and John. Real estate in Europe 
and America; personal property (one silver cup old 
fashioned guilded). Executors Thomas Noell, Jacob van 
Cortlandt and Jacob Mayle. No witnesses. Incomplete 
copy. No proof. 

DE KEY, Theunis, of New York City. Wife 
Helena, son Jacobus, and other children not named. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife. Major 



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418 (D 8) 

1703 

Octbr. 14 

1709 
Jane 20 



419 (D 9) 

1707 
March 11 



420 (D 10) 

1711 
Norbr. i 



Brandt Schuyler, brother Captain Jacob de Key and 
brother-in-law Peter van Brough. Witnesses A. Bonnin, 
Philipp Jouneau, William Huddleston. 

DE BRUYN, John Hendrick, of New York 

City, merchant. Wife Johanna, children of dec'd sister 
Catherina Margerita, late wife of Halbertus Browers of 
Amsterdam, viz: John Hendrick, Dorothea and Maria, 
children of niece Maria Elizabeth, da. of sister C. M. 
Browers, John Hendrick, son of Lancaster Symms, Luth- 
eran Church of N. Y., Gratia Anna Busch and her son 
John Hendrick, Hannah, da. of Hendrick ten Eyck by 
Peternela de Witt, Abraham Staats of Albany. Real and 
personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Gysbert van Imborgh, Benjamin Wynkoop, Johannes van 
der Huse (?). Copy. 

DE KEY, Hellegonda, of New York City, widow. 
Daughters Jane Tuthill, widow, Angnetta, wife of William 
Jannaway, brewer and Mary, wife of Sampson Broughton, 
son Jacobus, daughter-in-law Helena, widow of son Teunis. 
" Worldly estate " (an Indian slave). Executors daughter 
Jane Tothill and Rip van Dam of N. Y. merchant. Wit- 
nesses Robert Parkins, Par : Parmiter, Cornelius Lodge. 
Copy. 

DICKMAN, Corneliust of N. Y. City. Wife 

Jannetie, sons George, and Cornelius. Land and planta- 
tion ; personal property. Executors Edward Blagge, 
Johannes Jansen and David Menosa(?). Witnesses Nico- 
las Somerdick, Teunis Cornelius, Johannis Pietersen Bass. 
Copy indorsed : ** The Executors not sworn & noe 
administration granted." 



431 (D II) 

1704 

Jany. 10 

1710-11 

Jany. 8 

Dutch 



DE MEYER, WilhelmUS, of Kingstown Cor- 
poration, Ulster Co. Wife Catrina, daughters Anneke, 
Catrina, Lidia, wife of Andrtes Dow, and Deborah, son 
Nicholas. Real estate in America and Europe ; personal 



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422 (D X3 8l Z3) 

1721 

March 9 

March 25 



433 (D 14) 
1724 

NoTb. 6 

Decbr. 3 



424 (D 15) 

Z728 

NoTDr. 15 
NoTbr. 27 



property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses (Colonel) 
Jacob Rutsen, Captain Thomas Garton, Thomas Noxon 
and William Nottingham. 

DU MORRISSEY, John, of New York City, 
but now in Barbados. Jacobus van Cortland, John van 
Home, George Gass, George Hunter, Dutch Church in 
N. Y., nephew Nicolas Elsworth of N. Y. Real estate in 
New York, Barbados, England and elsewhere, personal 
property (bonds of Capt. Lancaster Symes, Col. Robert 
Lurting, Abram Bass, John Hunt, John demons, Odle 
Turneux, Jackman More, John Merritt, Richard Miles & 
Co. of Madeira, merchants). Witnesses Edward Oxnard, 
J. Phripp, Robert Hancock, George Maddey. Proved in 
Barbados. 

DIGHTON, John, of New York City, tanner. 
Wife Bridget, sons John, Henry Foot, William, nephew 
Henry, son of dec'd brother William, kinsman Henry 
Foot Dighton. Real estate in St. James Parish, Bristol, 
England, house, lot, and tanyard in N. Y. City ; personal 
property (plate). The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Thomas Hodgins, Anthony Webb, Abrah. Gouverneur. 
Copy. 

DEBONME, Etienne (Stephan), of Kingston, 

Ulster Co., perewigmaker. Father Stephen Debenne, 
mother Janne Lowis, friends John Tebenne of New Paltz 
and Aryantje Oosterhout. Personal property. Execu- 
tors Major Johannis Hardenbergh, Anthony Sleght and 
Samuel Borhanse. Witnesses Harman Pick, Hendrickus 
van Steen Burgh, Arejantje Oosterhouts. 



425 (D x6) 

Septbr. 14 

173a 
Novbr. 21 



DAVIS, John, of New York. Wife Abigail (she 
has son John Hannes), sons Matthew, Joseph, Edward, 
daughter Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors son Matthew and Charles Clinton. Witnesses James 
Thomson, Samuel Luckie, John Young. 



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4a6 (D 17) 

Octbr. X 
Octbr. 22 



Dntch 



427 (D 18) 

Octbr. 20 

March xo 
Dutch 



428 (D xo) 

X73S-6 
Jany. 3X 



429 (D 20) 

X7}6 
April 13 
July X9 



DU BOIS, Abraham, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 
Wife Margaret, sons Abraham, Joel, daughters Sara, wife 
of Roelof Eltinge, Lea, wife of Philipp Fires, Rachel and 
Catharine. Land on Raritans R., N. J., on the S. side of 
the Paltz (Wallkil) R., house and lot in New Paltz, land 
at Canestoga ; personal property. Executors son Abra- 
ham, son-in-law Roelof Eltinge and Major Johannis Har- 
denbergh. Witnesses Daniel du Bois, Thomas Beekman, 
Ino. Crooke jun. 

DE LAMETER, Abraham, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co. Wife Elsie, da. of Jurian Tappen, sons Cornelius, 
Johannis, David, Jacobus and Abraham, daughters Ari- 
antie, wife of Albert Kierstede, and Jannetje, wife of 
Willem Eltinge. Land on N. side of Ronduytkil, do. in 
Kingston Corporation, h. and 1. in Kingston Village ; per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife, the five sons and 
the two sons-in-law. Witnesses Hans Kierstede, Chris- 
toflel Wambome, Jacob Marius jun., Jacobus van Dyck. 

DE KEY, Helena, widow of Teunis, late of N. Y., 
merchant. Daughters Helena Sheffield widow, Hillegond 
Bayard, children of dec'd daughter Catharine Wendell, 
son Johannis. Real estate in N. Y. City and Province ; 
personal property (wrought plate). Executors daughter 
Helena, William Hamersly and Abraham van Vleck. 
Witnesses Paul Richard, Benj. Thomas, E. Blagge. Copy. 
No proof. 

DUNBAR, John, of Schenectady Township, vint- 
ner. Sons Robert, John, Alexander, daughters Mary, 
Catharine and Willempje. Houses and lots at Schenec- 
tady, land in the Mohocks Country, held in company 
with Stephanus Groesbeck and now occupied by Benj. 
Lenyne; personal property (a large silver tumbler, 10 
silver spoons, two eared silver cup, a silver snufi box, a 
small silver tumbler, portraits of testator and wife). Ex- 
ecutors Peter Wenne, mariner and John Waters vintner, 



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430 (D ai) 

1736 

Aag. a6 

1741 

janes 



431 (D 32) 

1736 

Aug. 5 



432 (D 23) 

1736-7 

March 9 

NoTDf. 13 



433 (D 24) 

Septbr. 20 

Decbr. 2 



434 (D as) 
X740 

NoTbr. 5 

1741-2 

March 18 



both of Albany. Witnesses Gerret van Brakel, Arent 
Arat, Ed. Collins. 

DE LAMETER, Jacobus, of Marbletown, Ul- 
ster Co., yeoman. Wife Geertje, sons Glowdie, Isaak, 
Marte, daughters Bata, Ester, Jannetje and Susannah. 
Farms at Marbletown and at Claverrack ; personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons Isaak and Marte, Thomas Jansen 
and Cornelis de Lameter. Witnesses Gil. Livingston, 
Hendrecus van Kuren, R. G. Livingston. 

DE BONREPOS, Martha, of Staten Island, 

widow. Daughters Frances Britain, Ann Biller (Billow) 
and her daughter Rachel, Rachel Britain, great grand- 
daughter Martha, daughter of granddaughter Ann, grand- 
daughter Martha, Jacob Biller, sons children. Personal 
property (two silver cups, each of £$ price). Executors 
John Lay Count and Captain Richard Stillwell. Wit- 
nesses Margaret Johes, Ebenezer Salter, and Safty 
Borden. Copy. No proof. 

DECKER, Lawrance, of Warwick, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Nielche, sons Benjamin, Lawrence, Daniel, 
Cornelius, David, daughters Beleche, Lisanna, Elener and 
Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors Joseph 
Perry and Richard Edsall. Witnesses Thomas Wright, 
Thomas de Kay, Daniel Brown. 

DUMON, Igenas, of Kingston, Ulster Co., farmer. 
Wife Catherine, sons Jan Baptist junior, David, Petrus, 
Hermanns, Cornelius, Minder, Anthony, daughter Elsie 
and an expected child. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife and father Jan Baptist Dumon. Wit- 
nesses Tyerck de Witt, Johannis Dumon, Jarman Pick. 
See No. 436. 

DU MONT, John, of Kingston, Ulster Co., mer- 
chant. Wife Rachael, children Johannes, Egbert, Petrus 
and Catherine. Real and personal estate. Executors 



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435 (D ^) 

1711 

April 3 



436 (D 27) 

174 1 
NoTbr. 8 

Octbr. 2 
Dutch 



437 (D a8) 

174a 
May 29 

1748 
NoTbr. 17 



438 (D 29) 

«743 
June 7 

»7S9 
Febrj. 15 



the wife, brothers Wallerand and Peter Du Mont and 
Cornells Schoonmaker. Witnesses Tyerck van Keuren, 
Jan Slecht, Hendrecus van Kuren, Cornelis van Keuren 
jun. See No. 468. 

D'HARRIETTE, Benjamin, of New York(?). 

Son Benjamin. This is only an abstract of part of the 
will, mentioning " the aforesaid John D'Harriette Smith, 
the aforesaid Elizabeth Groesbeeck, Magdalen Groes- 
beeck, another da. of the said John Groesbeeck, Ann, 
Catherine, Mary and Susannah, also daughters of said 
John Groesbeeck. This abstract mentions a house and 
lot on the N. side of Queen Str., purchased from George 
Duneau, Michall Duneau and William Ludlow. 

DUMON, Janbatist, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Grandsons Jan Batist, David, Petrus, Harmanus, Cor- 
nelius, Myndert, Anthony, granddaughter Elsie and Neel- 
tie, all children of dec*d son Igenas (supra. No. 433), 
daughter Sarah, wife of Roelof Kip. Real and personal 
property. Executors son-in-law Roelof Kip, Albert Pal- 
ing and Myndert Schuyler jun. Witnesses Cornelis de 
Lameter, Abra de Lamater, Cornelius de Lamater jun. 
Vide No. 433. 

DAVIS, Mathew, of Hunting Grove, Ulster Co., 
farmer. Wife Ruth, sons John, Jeams and Joseph. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Robert Burnet and Pat- 
rick McClaghry. Witnesses Arthur Beatty, Walter Mc- 
Michal, Margaret McCool. Testator incidentally refers 
to his sister Elizabeth and brother Joseph. Confer supra, 
No. 425. 

DU BOIS, Salomon (son of Lewis, dec'd), of Ul- 
ster Co., yeoman. Children Jacomyntje, wife of Barent 
Du Bois, Benjamin, Cornelius, Sarah, Hendricus and 
Helena, children of dec'd eldest son Isaac, vizt : Cathe- 
rine, Margaret and Rebecca, children of dec'd daughter 



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Catherine, wife of Peter Low. Land at Perkieama, Penna., 
at Katskil» N. Y., at New Paltz, in Kingston Corporation, 
personal property. Executors the sons Benjamin, Cor- 
nelius and Hendricus. Witnesses Benjamin Hasbrouck 
jun., Jonathan Hasbrouck, J. Bruyn jun. A second will 
of the same testator, dated June 26, 1756, calls daughters 
Jacomyntje a widow, Sarah, wife of Simon van Wagenen 
and Helena, wife of Josiah Eltinge, makes sons Benjamin 
and Hendricus with John Eltinge of Kingston executors 
and is witnessed by Noach Eltinge, Lowis J, Dubois and 
Andris Dubois. 



439 (D 30) 
Aprlii'xa 

March 2 
Dutch 



DECKERS, Heyltie, of Kingston, Ulster Co- 
Children of brother Johannis Decker dec'd, vizt: Cor- 
nelius and sisters ; sister's child Maria de Lametter (da. 
of Johannis de Lametter) ; sister Mary, brothers children 
viz: Gerret (?), Geerte, Elsie, Ragel, Maria and Catha- 
rina. Personal property (silver spoons). Executors 
brother-in-law Johannis de Lametter and uncle Johannis 
ten Broek. Witnesses Thomas Beekman, M. Edward 
Thompson, Cornelius Lambertsen Brinck. 



440 (D 31) 
1746 

July 14 
Octbr. 4 



DU BOIS, Jonathan, of New Paltz Precinct, 
Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, sons Lewis, Andries, 
Nathaniel, Jonas, daughters Rachel, Cornelia and Maria. 
Land in New Paltz Patent ; personal property. Execu- 
tors brother Nathaniel Du Bois, brothers-in-law Johannis 
Hardenbergh and Wessel Brodhead. Witnesses Cor- 
nelius Dubois, Evert Terwelger jun., J. Bruyn. 



441 (Dm) 

Octbr. zo 

1760 
March 18 



DAVENPORT, Thomas, of Philipps Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Thomas, William, 
Oliver, Robert and Stephen, children of daughter Mary, 
''which she had by Jacobus HamOn," children of da. 
Elizabeth Nellson, daughters Charity, Phebe, Hanah and 
Abigail. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife, son Thomas and John Nellson. Witnesses Joseph 
Goecocks, Hannah Sobee, who at the date of proof of 



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44« (D 33) 
1746 

Jiine6 

Pebry. i 
Dutch 



443 (D 34) 
April 37 



444 (D 35) 

June 6 

1751 
Ang. 13 



445 (D 36) 

March 33 

1750 
J one 37 



446 (D 37) 

J74^SO 
Jany. 13 

. «753 
Jany. 31 



this will is the wife of Oliver Davenport of Orange Co., 
yeoman, John Cuer. 

DEDERICK, Frederick, of Albany Co., farmer. 
Wife Eiesie(?) sons Johannis, Wilhellemus, Henderieckis, 
Peturus and da. Eliesabcth. Real and personal property. 
Executor son Johannis. Witnesses Martin Gerson van 
Bergen, Pieter Sachs, Davd. van Dyck. 

DISBROWE, Henry, of Mareneck, Westchester 
Co., yeoman. Wife Hannah, daughters Mary, Deborah, 
Elizabeth and Margret, sons Henry, Benjamin, Joseph, 
Josiah. Real and personal property. Executors brother- 
in-law William Barker and cousin Henry Griffin. Wit- 
nesses Obadiah Palmer, Mary Griffin, James Scholefield. 
Copy. 

DOUW, Hendrick, of Rensselaers Wyck Manor. 
Wife Neeltie, sons Volkcrt jun., Johannis, daughters 
Doortie, wife of Jan Newkerk, Pietertie, wife of William 
Hogan, and Neeltie. Land on Papsknees Island (Rens- 
saelaer Co.) and in Albany Co.; personal property (a 
silver tankard, a silver cup and silver spoons). Executors 
sons-in-law Gerrit, Marten and Petrus van Bergen. Wit- 
nesses Gerrit Gersen van den Bergh, Martin Gerritsen van 
Bergen, Hitchen Holland. 

DICKESSON, Samuel, of Dutchess Co. Wife 
children Christofer, Charles, Eacobud, Gideon, 



George, Willem and Mary. Real and personal property. 
The wife sole executrix. Witnesses John Paddock, 
James Rodes, Samll. Monrow. Proved in Westchester Co. 

DU BOIS, Qualtherus, Minister of the Refd. 
Church in N. Y. City. Son Gualtherus, daughter Eliza- 
beth, children of son John, vizt : Peter and Gaultherus, 
children of dec*d son Isaac, vizt: Gualtherus, Helena, 
and Margaret. Real and personal property (plate). Ex- 



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ecutors son Gualtherus and da. Elizabeth. Witnesses 
John Everson» Nicholas Bogert, George Duncan jun. 
Copy. 

447P38) DENTON, Daniel, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife 

Jnlj 30 Sarah, daughter Sarah, sons Samuel, Gilbert, Joseph, 
NoTbr.7 James, Jonas, John, Daniel, Thomas. Real estate in 

Goshen, at Newborough, Ulster Co. ; personal property. 

Executors sons Samuel and John and brother-in-law 

Daniel Everett. Witnesses John Samuel Denton, John 

Bradner. 



448(D39) DISBROW, John jun., of Rye, Westchester Co. 

Aug? 38 Sisters Sarah, wife of Roger Perk jun. and Anne Disbrow ; 

NoVbr. 13 Anne, da. of Hannah Ferris. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors sister Anne Disbrow and Ebenezer 
KnifKn. Witnesses J. Wetmore, Hannah Carman, Susan- 
nah Leveridge. Copy. 

449 (D 40) DE LANG, Francis, of Beakmans Prect., Dutch- 

May 9 ess Co. Wife Mary, children (son) Arre, Rachel, Nicolas, 
jyj'2^^ Lawrence, Jean, Mary, Liddiah, Elizabeth, Catherine, 

Elias, Geshee and Egie. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife, Benjamin Hosebrook (Hasbruck) and 
Peter van de Waters. Witnesses John Winslow and Wm. 
Huff. 

450(041) DITMARS, D0W6, of Jamaica, L. I., yeoman. 

Jalj z Son Dowe jun., children of dec'd sons Johannis and Abra- 
ham, do. of dec'd da. Ariaentie, wife of William van 
Duine, grandson Johannis Ditmas, children of dec'd son 
Peter's daughter, vizt: Peter Monfort, Antie Monfort, 
Sarah Monfort and Catherine Monfort. ** Worldly 
estate." Executors son Dowe and grandson Johannis 
Ditmars. Witnesses Nathan Furman, Johannes Eldert, 
Hendrick Eldert. Copy. 

45MD^42) DE WITT, Henry, of Kingston, Ulster Co., mer- 

Octbr. 20 chant. Wife Maria, sons Tjerck, Jacob, John and Henry, 
Octlff 3z daughters Elizabeth and Ann, brothers Petrus and Andries. 



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Laad on the Kingstoo-Horiey road ; personal property. 
Executors the wife and the brothers abovenamed. Wit- 
nesses William Buihans, T)rerck de Witt, Dirck Janson. 
Mother's name Anne. 

4$»^4J) DE WIT, Tjerck, of Kingston Corporation. Ulster 

P wr. sf Co. Wife Deborah, children of dec'd son Henry, vizt: 
Il2hr!a Tjerck Qaesen, Jacob, John. Henry. Elizabeth and 
Hannah, sons Petrus. Andries. children of da. Neeltie. 
by Wessels Jacobsen ten Brock, vizt: Jacob. Tjerck 
and Elizabeth, granddaughter Ann. wife of Richard 
Stout and daughter of da. Neeltie. wife of Samuel Stout, 
son John dead. Land at Staatsburgh. Dutchess Co.. 
home farm in Kingston Corporation, farm on Esopus 
Creek; personal property. Executors the two sons 
Petrus and Andries. Witnesses Joseph Gasherie. H. Tan 
Keuren. J. Hasbrouck. 

4S3g^44) DOUGHTY, William, of Kingston. Ulster Co., 

jj^st blacksmith. Wife Nanney sole heiress of ''temporal 

^ '^ estate ** and with Johannis de Lametre and Abraham de 

Lametre executrix. Witnesses Thomas Bedanan. Adam 

Swart. Matthew Edward Thompson. 

454 (D 45) DUBOIS, Elias, of Poughkeepsie Prednct. Dutch- 

Mmy sf ess Co.. esqre. Commander of a company of N. Y. pro- 
p's- 4 vindal forces for the expedition against Crownpoint. 
Wife Susannah, children Lewis. Helena. Gerret. Jannetje 
and Henry. Real estate includes a share in a mine at 
Newtown. New England ; personal prc^ierty. Executors 
the wife, father Lewis Dubois and James G. Livingston. 
Witnesses Isaac Bull. John Sackett. John van der Burgh. 
Barent Bond. 

455 (D4« DE LAMETTER, Johannis, of Kingston. Ulster 

Ap^^ Co. Wife Marytje. son Abraham, daughters Marytje. 
Elisabeth. Anna. Cornelia, wife of Cornelius Low, Ekje. 
wife of Dirck Schepmoes. Catherina. wife of Wilhelmus van 




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Gaesbeek. Real and personal property. Executors son 
Abraham, sons-in-law Cornelius A. Low and Wilhelmus 
van Gaesbeek, brother David de Lametter and John 
Eltinge. Witnesses Teunis Swart, Thomas Beekman, M. 
Edw. Thompson. 

456 (D 47) DEPUE,JacobU8,of Rochester, Ulster Co. Wife 
Juiy22 Sarah, son Jacobus, Ephraim, Cornelius, Benjamin, 

1762 Daniel, Joseph and Jacob, grandson Jacobus, son of Jaco- 

bus, daughters Antie, widow of Benjamin Schoonmaker 
jun., Elizabeth, wife of Peter Eltinge, Cathrina, Susannah, 
Sarah, granddaughter Sarah, da. of da. Maria, dec'd, late 
wife of Jacobus Elmendorph Koole and another child of 
her. Real and personal property. Executors sons Jaco- 
bus, Ephraim, Cornelius, Benjamin and brothers Cornelius 
and Moses Depuy. Witnesses Hendrick Krom, Benjamin 
Depuy, Elias Depuy. 

457 (D 48) DE KAY, Thomas, of Orange Co. Wife Christiana, 
Decbr. 15 sons Jacobus, Thomas, William Willet, Michael and 

May 22 Charles, heirs of son George dec'd, daughters Sarah Aur- 
nold, Jenney Morris, Christiana Gale, Elizabeth, Mary, 
Hilio and Frances, granddaughter Frances Sackett. Real 
and personal property. Executors the wife and sons 
Jacobus, William Willet and Thomas. Witnesses David 
McCamly, miller, John Decker, Jacobus Decker, Elisabeth 
Hauser, spinster (German). 

458 (D 49) DUBOIS, Hezekiah senior, of Saugerties, Ulster 

Febry. 20 Co. Sons Hezekiah jun., Mathew, David. Real and 



May 26 



ff2v 96 personal estate (a large bible). Executors son David and 
Jacobus Post. Witnesses Abraham Post, Egbert Schoon- 
maker, John Post jun. 



4S9(D5o) DU BOIS, Josaphat, of Rochester, Ulster Co., 

Septbr. 4 yeoman. Wife Tiatje, daughters Maria, wife of Hendrikus 

UnySi Hombeck, Corneleja, wife of Johannls Grad. Hardenbergh, 

and Catharenna. Real and personal property. The wife 



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460 (D 51) 

Jniy 13 
1761 

lfA77 



461 (D 5a) 

Septbr. ao 
Decbr. 16 



462 (D 53) 

1759 
July 4 

Febry. ao 



463 (D 54) 

Octbr. 17 
Decbr. 24 



and daughters executrices. Witnesses Lawrens Cortright, 
Jacobus van Keuren, of Shawangunk, yeoman, A. van 
Keuren. 

DE WITTi Egbert, ^^ Nepenack, Rochester 
Township, Ulster Co. Wife Mary, sons Andries E., 
Jacob, William, John, Steven, Egbert, Thomas, Benjamin, 
Ruben, daughter Mary. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors sons Anderies E., Jacob, William, John and Steven. 
Witnesses Jan van Duesen, Jacob Roosa, Charles D. Witt. 

DUFFIE, Duncan, of N.Y. City, carpenter. Wife 
Barbara, daughter Anne, stepchild Margaret Work- 
man, da. of dec'd wife. Real and personal property. 
Executors Alexander Montgomery of Orange Co., school- 
master, Eanis Graham of N. Y. City, tailor, Jasper Cropsie 
of Kings Co., yeoman. Witnesses Thomas Chadwick, 
John McArthur, John Bowie. Copy. 

DEMYERy NicolaSy of Kingston Corporation, 
Ulster Co. Wife Elsie, sons Wilhelmus, Jeremiah and 
Benjamin, da. Catherina, wife of Christopher Kier- 
sted. Land on Papaweys Kil, Ulster Co., on the Saw 
Kil, house and lot in Kingston, land at Schohary, per- 
sonal property (a silver mug marked W. M. C.) Exec- 
utors sons Jeremiah and Benjamin and son-in-law Chris- 
topher Keirsteden. Witnesses Jacob Burhans, Hendricus 
Post, both of Kingston Corporation, farmers, David Bur- 
hans jun. and A. Hasbrouck. Codicil dated *' Near the 
Esopus Creek " February 10, 1766, adds grandson Nicholas 
Kersteder to the heirs and is witnessed by Lawrence 
Salisbury, John Walker, William Keffer. 

DEVELy Christophery of Crumelbow Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Mehitabel, sons Israel and Jonathan, 
daughter Sarah Mosher, granddaughter Patience, da. of 
dec*d son Joseph. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and son Israel. Witnesses Stephen Hicks and 
Samuel Mabbett, both quakers. Copy. 



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4^ (D ss) 
1760 

Septbr. 3 
Octbr. 



80 



DEW ITT, AndrieSi of Rochester, Ulster Co., car- 
man. Wife , children Andries A., Jannetje, Garton, 

Catherine, Thomas, Henry, Mary and Levi. Real and 
personal estate. Executors nephew Andries de Witt 
jun. and sons Andries and Garton, nephews Andries de 
Witt jun., Stephen de Witt and Richard Broadhead to 
be trustees for the minor children. Witnesses John 
Brodhead, R. Brodhead, William Brodhead. 



46S (D 56) 

1760 
Novbr. 7 



466 (D 57) 
1760 

June 14 
ecbr. 25 



DEVORE, David, of N. Y. City, yeoman. Wife 
Jane, son David, daughters Elizabeth, wife of John 
Burger, Jane, wife of Nicholas Burger. Houses and lots 
in the East Ward and in Montgomery Ward ; personal 
property. Executors brother John Devore and Thomas 
Smith, attomey-at-law. Witnesses Abrm. Montagne, 
William Bockee, Jacob Grerrebrants. Copy. 

DURYEi J008t| of Goshen Precinct, Orange Co. 
Wife Sarah, children Joost and four others, not named, 
daughter-in-law Peternelle Wood. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and Abimal Yongh. Wit- 
nesses Silas Benjamin, Christian Benjamin and Nathaniel 
Jayne. 



467 (D 58) 
1760 

NoTbr. a8 

178S 
Jany.7 



468 (D 59) 

1760 
Novbr. 18 

Febry. 15 



DE LAMETTER, Cornelius, of Kingston, 

Ulster Co., esqre. Sons Abraham, Benjamin, Cornelius, 
daughters Selitje, wife of Matheus van Keuren, and Anna 
Catrina, wife of Ephraim Dubois. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons Abraham and Benjamin. Wit- 
nesses Wilhelmus Hoogtyling, Rebeca du Bois (wife of 
Jan Dubois) of Kingston, Jan Eltinge. 

DUMONT, Rachel, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
(daughter of Egbert Schoonmaker). (Vide No. 434.) 
Sons John, Egbert, daughter Cathrina. Real estate in 
Ulster Co.; personal property includes "Law and His- 
toiy Books," a silver tea pot and a silver milk pot. Ex- 



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ecutors son Egbert, da. Cathrina and Andries T. de 
Witt. Witnesses A. Hasbrouck, A. van Keuren, Joseph 
Gasherie. 



469 (D 60) 

1760 
Decor. 2$ 

1763 



DEWEY, Martin, of Crum Elbo Precinct, Dutch- 
ess Co. Son Martin, daughters Elisabeth, Rhoda, Mary, 
Lucretia and Grace, brother Jedediah Dewey. Real and 
personal estate. Executor the son and the brother. 
Witnesses Elnathan Smith, Elkanah Holmes, Timothy 
Shepherd. 



470 (D 61) 

1760 
Norbr. 5 



DUMONT, Henry, of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Wife Catherine, sons Peter and John, da. Mary, an ex- 
pected child. Land in Somerset Co., N. J., the " Lot- 
tery House " at Piscataway Landing and another house 
and lot there at the waterside, house and lot in Duke 
Str., Montgomery Ward, N. Y. City ; personal property. 
Executors brother Peter Dumont, John Alstine, Eroni- 
mus Alstine and John Oothout. Witnesses Joris Brinck- 
erhoff, John Oothout, Joseph Finman. Copy. No 
proof. 



471 (D 62) 

1760 

March 10 

Oct. 7 



DE NORMANDIE, Daniel, Ensign 44th Regt., 

Sarah de Normandie and Ann, da. of Edward Williams, 
dec'd, Pennsylvania Hospital. Real and personal property. 
Executors Anthony de Normandie and John van Vacty 
(this name obliterated by pencil). Witnesses Gerard de 
Peyster of Albany, merchant, and James Daly. Proved 
at Albany. Seal. 



472 (D 63) 

Decor. i8 

1767 
Ang. 21 



DEWITT, Deborah, widow of Tyerck. Grand- 
daughters Catherine Vroom and Deborah. Personal 
property (a gold ring with a stone and a silver snuff box). 
Executors John du Mond and Johannis Sleght. Wit- 
nesses Egbert Dumond, Jacobus de Lametter of King- 
ston, yeoman, Catharine, wife of William Wells of 
Kingston. 



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473 (D 64) DUBOIS, Benjamin, of Catts Kil, Albany Co., 
May 20 yeoman. Wife Catherinetie, sons Isaac, Curnalius, Hui- 
Fe^rr 2 ^^rtus, daughters Sarah, widow of Christian Overbagh, 
and Trintie, wife of John van Orden, grandchildren Ben- 
jamin, son, and Catelintie, Sarah and Rachel, daughters 
of eldest son Solomon dec'd and daughter-in-law Margriet 
Dubois. Farm on S. side of the Cats Kil in a bent above 
Hopsnose Point, adjoining land of Catherine, widow of 
Johan Jury Overbagh, and other lands in the present 
Greene Co., personal property. Executors the three sons. 
Witnesses Samuel van Vechten, Sylvester Salisbury, 
Abraham Salisbury. 

474 (D^6s) DENTON, Daniel, son of Daniel dec'd (supra No. 

Septbr. 5 447), of Goshen, Orange Co. Brothers Jonas, Samuel, 
lawr ^10 Gilbert, James and Thomas, sister Sarah Denton, nephews 
John Denton, Joseph Denton. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors brothers Jonas and Thomas. Witnesses 
Daniel Everett, William Drake of Goshen, carpenter, 
John Everett. 

475 (D 66) DUBOIS, Nathaniel, of Orange Co., yeoman. 

May 7 Wife Gertruy, sons Lewis, Zachariah, Jonas, daughters 
June 13 Rennaltje, Hester, wife of Jesse Woodhull, Rachel, wife 
of Andries La Fevour. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the three sons. Witnesses Edward Wilkins, 
Gamaliel Conkling, George Clinton. Seal. 

476(067) DUBOIS, Philipp,of Rochester, UlsterCo. Dec'd 

March 30 wife's name was Esther. Daughter Esther, children of 
'7^ dec'd daughter Mary, viz: Philipp, Cornelius, Isaac, 

Jacob and Lodewick. Real and personal property (plate). 
Executors daughter Esther, son-in-law Louis Bevier, 
nephew Simon Dubois, cousins Jacob Hasbrouck jun., 
Abraham Hasbrouck and Abraham Dujow. Witnesses 
Johannis Bevier jun., Johannes G. Hardenbergh, both of 
Rochester, yeomen, Maiygriet Klyne. Seal. 



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^^^1763^*^ DEWITT, Tjerck, of Ulster Co. Wife Ariantle, 

May 2$ children Annatie, Elizabeth, Catherine and Grietie, Jacob 
rii^v o ' ^"^ Teunis Oosterhout, sons of da. Annatie. Read and 
personal estate. Executors da. Elizabeth de Witt, Petrus 
Koole, Jacob G. Louw, Johannis Rosekrans and Teunis 
Oosterhout. Witnesses John Tack of Marbletown, Petrus 
Burger of Rochester and John Schoonmaker. 



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478(D69) DENNISTON, Daniel, of Ulster Co.. merchant. 

Angr. aa Wife Sophia, brothers Joseph and Hugh Denniston. 
Octi^ a " Worldly estate." The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
John Monck and John Fendell. 

479 (D 70) DEPU Y, Jacobus, of Rochester, Ulster Co. Wife 

Septbr. 2S Sara, sons Jacobus, Simon, Moses and Jacob, da. Sara. 
May ao RtBl and personal estate. Executors the wife, brother 
Cornelius Depuy, brother-in-law Salomon van Wagenen, 
cousin Jacob Hoornbeeck. Witnesses Moses Miller, 
Jacobus Bos jun., of Rochester, blacksmith, Annatje van 
Wagenen (at the date of proof wife of John Depuy of 
Rochester). 

^^lySi^'^ DU R YE E, Abraam, of Rumbout Precinct, Dutch- 

April II ess Co. Wife Sarah, nephew George, son of brother 
Jane ap Charles Duryee of Oysterbay, L. I., Charles, son of Tunis 
Duryee of N. Y. dec'd, Abraham, son of brother Jacob 
Duryee of Bushwick, L. I., brother Dirck Duryee of New 
York, brother-in-law Cornelius van Wyck. Real and per- 
sonal estate (silver headed sword). Executors brother 
Jacob Duryee and uncles-in-law Richard and Cornelius 
van Wyck. Witnesses Abraham Adriance, Gerret Storm 
and Johannes Wiltse. 

48MD7a) DE MAR EST, Peter, of Bargain (Bergen) Co., 

Octbr. ap N. J. Wife Elenor, daughter Mary, wife of Abraham 

«784 Ely. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and 

son-in-law Abr. Ely. Witnesses William Ely, Elizabeth 

Ely, Mary Demarest. 



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48a (D 73) 
Mancha 



DECKER, Cornelius, of Orange Co., yeoman, 
letters of administration on the estate of, granted by 
Cadwallader Colden, Lieut.-Govr. of the Province of N. Y., 
to Catherine his widow. 



483 (D 74) 

Septbr. 29 
Octbr. 17 



DONHAM, Ephraim, of Beekmans Prect., Dutch- 
ess Co., merchant. Wife Abigail and children. Real 
estate " within this or any of the neighboring Provinces ; " 
personal property. Executors the wife, Jeams Morgen of 
South Perth Amboy, N. J. and Barnet Stilwill of Beek- 
mans Prect. Witnesses Assa Johnson, Jonas Allen, 
William Marsh. Copy. 

DEAN, John, of Wayayanda, Goshen Prect., 
Orange Co. Father William and mother Catrine Dean, 
brothers William, Joseph and Nicholas, sister Mary Dean. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Richard Edsall 
and Samuel Edsall. Witnesses David McCamly, John 
McCamly, John Edsall. 



485 (D 76) DU DLE Y, Stephen, of Albany. Missing. 



484 (D 75) 
1766 

Novbr. ao 

Novbr. 22 



486 (D 77) 

1768 

June 2 

Septbr. 19 



488 (D 79) 

1768 
Octbr. 18 
Decbr. 26 



DOUW, Volkert, of Albany City, merchant. Wife 
Ragel, (niece of Isaac Bogert), son Andries, daughter 
Lidia. Real and personal property. Executors the wife 
and children. Witnesses Johannes Vol. Douw, Cornelius 
Douw, Abraham Oothout. 



487 (D 78) belongs under letter V. 



DE LAMETTER, Martin, of Marbletown, Ulster 

Co. Wife , son Jacob, daughters Elizabeth, Margret, 

Maria, Batan and Hester, grandson Moses Cantine jun., 
child of dec'd daughter Geertje. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son Jacob, sons-in-law Abraham Can- 
tine and Coenrad Du Bois. Witnesses Petrus Dumond 
of Marbletown, cooper, Cornelius Bogart of the same 
place, farmer, Ch. D. Witt. 



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489 (D 80) 

1769 
June 17 

1770 
Octbr. 27 



DE LAENCE (de Long), Arrie, of Charlotte 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Anne, sons Francis, Elias, 
Martin, Jeams, Lawrence, daughters Mary Cronkright 
and Jene Ismul. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, sons Francis and Elias and David Sotherland. 
Witnesses Comer Bullock of Charlotte Prect., cordwainer, 
Deliverance Bullock, Ellis Bullock. 



490 (D 81) 

Octbr. 15 
NoTbr. I 



491 (D 83) 

1770 

July 19 

Decbr. 17 



492 (D 83) 

X77» 
May 14 
July IS 



DUNNING, Jaoob, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., 
yeoman. Sons John, Jacob and Benjamin, daughters 
Bathsheba, Mehitabel and Mary. Real estate, some in 
Wawayanda Patent; personal property. Executors the 
three sons. Witnesses James Carpenter of Orange Co., 
schoolmaster, John Conkling and Elisabeth Dunning. 

DE LAMETTER, Jaoobus, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co. Wife Catherine, Jacobus, son of Egbert Bogardes, 
Abraham I. Delametter, Abraham A. Delametter, David 
D. Delametter, Egbert Bogardes, Egbert Dumond, An- 
neke, wife of Abraham Post. Real and personal property 
(a silver hilted sword). Executors Abraham I. Delametter, 
Egbert Dumond and Dirck Wynkoop. Witnesses Cor- 
nells Viele of Kingston, cordwainer, Elias Hasbrouck, D. 
Wynkoop jun. 

DOUGHTY, William, of Charlotte Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Margaret, sons William, James, Bar- 
nerd, Oliver and Samuel, daughters Phebe, Mary. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons William and James. 
Witnesses Israel Green, Jacob Tobias and Alexander 
Chaucer. 



493 (D 84) 
1771 

Jane 13 

177a 
Febry. ao 



DIEL| Henry, of Rhinebeck Prect., Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Children Johannes, Carl, Jacob, Elizabeth, 
Anna, Catherine, Anna, Mary, Henry, Zacharias, William, 
Lawrence and Cornelius. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Helmus Teller, Frederick Neher and Cornelius 



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Miller. Witnesses Jury Adam Zufeldt, John Schultz, 
Christian Schultz. 



494 (D 8s) 

1771 
Jany. la 

1780 
July 10 



DENTON, Benjamin, of Amenia Precinct, Dutch- 
ess Co. Wife Ruth, sons Benjamin and John, daughters 
Sarah, Ann and Rachel. Homefarm, land in Sharon 
Township, Connt. Executor son Benjamin. Witnesses 
Roswell Hopkins, Ruth Peck and Hannah Purdy. 



495 (D 86) 

March 14 

1781 
Septbr. 15 



DU BOIS, Peter, of the Wallkill, Ulster Co. 
*'My very dear most excellent and amiable wife Cath- 
arine " sole heiress of real and personal property. Exec- 
utors the Honble. Henry White, James Duane, Jacob 
Walton and Samuel Ver Planck. Witnesses John Bowles, 
Wm. Banyar and Cream Brush. 



496 (D 87) 
1772 

June 12 

J774 
May 17 



DE VREESE, Jacobis, of Orangetown, Orange 
Co., yeoman. Annetje, youngest da. of Jacob A. Blau- 
velt, Jacobis, son of Giles Hooper of Burlington, Jacobis 
Durie, Johan Martinhague ; John, son of the late Colonel 
Haring residuary legatee of all real and personal property 
and sole executor. Witnesses Gerret Eckerson of Orange- 
town, yeoman, Johannes Quackenbos and John Eckerson. 



497 (D 88) 

Septbr. 2 

1776 
Jany. 26 



DEWITT, John, of Rochester, Ulster Co. Wife 
Ann, sons Jacob and Henriekus. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, son Jacob, cousins Andries 
and Charles Dewitt. Has brother Jacob Dewitt. Wit- 
nesses Hendrikus Hoornbeek, Michael Enderle and Jacob 
Hoombeek. 



498 (D 89) 
1772 

March 24 

1783 
Ang. 20 



DIEFENDORF, Henry, of Canajohary, Tryon 
Co., yeoman. Wife Anna Rosina, son Jacob and other 
children. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and John Pickerd. Witnesses Peter Miller, Henrlch 
Sander and Johan Henrich Meyer. 



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499 (D 90) 

Septbr. 8 
Septbr, ai 



500 (D 91) 



DUBOIS, Isaac, of Green Kil, Kingston Town- 
ship, Ulster Co., miller. Wife Jannetje, sons Jacob and 
Johannes, daughters Rachel, wife of Andries de Witt 
jun., Sarah, wife of Tobias van Beuren, Jannetje, wife of 
William Eltinge jun. Real and personal property. 
Executors son Jacob, sons-in-law Andries de Witt jun. 
and Tobias van Beuren. Witnesses Gerret Freer, Nicho- 
las Kierstead. Christopher Tappen, all of Ulster Co., 
yeomen. 

DRAKE, CerarduSyOf Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Wife Sarah sole heiress and with Benjamin GrifRn 
executrix of "all my estate.'' Witnesses Jonathan 
Thorn, Ann Brown, Gabriel Smith. 



501 (D 9a) 

X773 
Anr. a 

Decbr. i 



50a (D 93) 

«774 
Febrr. a4 

Decor, ai 



503 (D 94) 
Octbr. a3 

March 15 



DUTCH ER, David, of Rumbouth Prect., Dutch- 
ess Co, yeoman. Wife Elisabeth, son Bameth, grandson 
David, son of son David Dutcher. Real and personal 
property. Executors son Bameth and Johannes Dubois. 
Witnesses Nathaniel Dubois, Jacob Coapman and Simon 
Leroy jun. 

DECKER, Mathew, of Shawangunk Prect., 
Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Magdalena, children Johannis, 
Abraham and Maria, sister-in-law Catherine Bevier, 
Catherine, da. of Benjamin Smedes, nephew Jacob Has- 
brouck, son of brother Johannis Decker. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife, brother Johannis 
Decker, Captain Thomas Jansen of Shawangunk and 
Mathew Jansen. Witnesses James Fulton, Robert 
Hunter, Matthew Hunter jun. 

DE NOYELLES, John, of Orange Co, esqre. 
Wife Rachel, sons John, Peter and Edward William, 
daughter Charlotte. Land in Durham and Deerfield 
Townships, Charlotte Co., do in Tryon Co. and on Lake 
Champtain, i. e. 1000 acres granted to Trevor Newland, a 
reduced officer, personal property. Executors the wife, 



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Goldsborow Banyar, Thomas Duncan, Isaac Low and 
Edward William Kiers (?). Witnesses Peter van Schaack, 
Waldron Blaau of N. Y. City innkeeper, John Kelly. 

5«4 <y^95) DEFOREST, Philip, of Rensselaerswyck Manor 

Febrr. 2 Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, sons David and John, 
May 24 daughter Rebecca. Real and personal property. Execu- 
tors the wife, brother Martin Deforest and brother-in-law 
Maas Bloemedal. Witnesses Henry Beasley of Albany 
City, cordwainer, Jno. Ostrander of the same place, school- 
master and Abraham Roseboom. 

5®5<55^> DIETZ, Adam, of the Beverdam, Albany Co., 

Septbr. 26 husbandman. Wife Geertruy, brothers Johannis and 
Seplbr.2 William Dietz (sister?) Elisabeth, wife of Juri Sible, 
Adam Dietz jun. and his son Adam, Geertruy Sybel and 
Anna Eker. "Whole estate." Executors brother Wil- 
liam Dietz and John R. Bleecker. Witnesses Nalley 
Schuyler, Jno R. Bleecker and Barent Bleecker. 



50^ (D 97) DU BOIS, Jonas, of Cornwall Prect., Orange Co., 

April 26 yeoman. Wife Hannah, daughters Easther, Hannah and 
May 15 Gertruy, son Nathaniel. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife, brother Zacharias Du Bois and 
brother-in-law Jesse Woodhull. Witnesses Rennelche 
Parkhurst, Elsy Wilkins and Thomas Moffat of Orange 
Co., merchant. Vide No. 475. 



507 (D 98) DEPUY, Ellas, of Rochester Township, Ulster 

mSIm 8 Co., esqre. Wife Rachel, sons Moses, John, Elias, Jesaia 
*TW and Josia, daughters Sarah, Mary, wife of Joseph Depuy, 

and Grietie. Land in Ulster Co., personal property* 
Executors the wife, sons Moses and John, brother Benja- 
min Depuy, brother-in-law Jacob Hoornbeek. Witnesses 
Johannis G. Hardenbergh, Petrus Schoonmaker and 
Joseph Hasbrouck jun. of Marbletown, farmer. 



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508 (D 99) 

1776 
Aug. 20 

1783 
June 6 



509 (D 100) 

1776 
Mayas 



Apr 



1779 

ri33 



510 (D loi) 

1776 

Anr. ai 

1786 
Decbr. 22 



DECKER, Joseph, of Shawangunk Prect., Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Rachel, children Benjamin, Jacob, 
Joseph, David, Rachel, Catherine and Elizabeth. Farm 
at Shawangunk, personal property. Executors the wife, 
Jacob Smedes, Matthew Smedesand Cornelius C. Schoon- 
maker. Witnesses George Smith of Shawangunk Prect. 
innkeeper, Teunis Terwilligen and Elizabeth Smedes, 
who at date of proof is wife of John Taylor. 

DUNNING, Samuel, of Goshen, Orange Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons Samuel, Ephraim, Isaac, Matthew, 
Abijah and David, daughters Mary and Margaret. Real 
and personal property. Executors sons Samuel and 
Ephraim, and cousin Jacob Dunning. Witnesses William 
Denn of Ulster Co, schoolmaster, Loes Dunning and 
Ketum Dunning. 

DECKER, Cerrit, of Shawangonk Prect. Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Sons Manasa, Elias, Ruben and Petrus 
jun., daughters Geertie, wife of Lewis Gasherie, Elisabeth, 
wife of Cornelius Decker, Janneke, wife of William 
Goodjyon. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Manasa, Elias and Ruben. Witnesses Abraham Decker, 
Joshua Decker, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker. 



511 (D 102) 

1777 
Decbr. 13 

1782 
Jany. 28 



DOUW, Johannes Vol., of Albany Co. Son 
Cornelius, da. Margaretje. House and lot in Albany 
City, land at Sachendage, Albany Co., personal property. 
Executors son Cornelius and nephew Volkert Oothout. 
Witnesses Hendrick Bogert, Henry Oothout jun., Ino. 
Jost Zabriskie. 



512 (D 103) 

1782 

April 6 



DEYGERT, Werner, of Canajoharie Distr., 
Tryon Co., yeoman. Wife Lana, sons Han Jost (has 
wife Marilla), Zepherenus, daughters Mary, Catherine, 
Anna, Elizabeth, Lana and Mary Catherine. Real and 
personal property. Executors Nicholas Herckheimer, 



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513 (D 104) 

1778 

Mart 

Septbr. I 



S14 (D 105) 

1778 

Fabry. 8 



1779 
ebry* i 



Fcbry 



51S (D 106) 

178a 
March 30 



516 (D 107) 

Aprfli8 
Octbr. 10 



517 (D 108) 

«779 
FebiT. 6 

1780 

Jan7.38 



Peter Deygert and George Henry Bell. Witnesses 
George Henrich Bell, Nicholas Bell and Isaac Johnson. 

DAVIS, Frederick^ of Marbletown, Ulster Co. 
Sons Jacobus, Isaac, Andries, and Samuel, daughters Jane, 
Mary, Elizabeth, Rachel and Sarah. Real and personal 
property. Executors son Jacobus and David Bevier. 
Witnesses Levi Pawling, Robt. Harper late of N. Y. City, 
now of Dutchess Co., esqre., John Davis of Marbletown, 
blacksmith. Letters testamentary granted to Johannis 
Oostrander of Hurley Town, farmer, Moses Pattison of 
Marbletown carpenter and William Hume of the same 
place schoolmaster, all Sons-in-law of testator March 24, 
1783, the above named executors declining to act. 

DOLSEN, James, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Phebe, sons James, Asa and Samuel, daughters 
Mary and Abigail. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brothers-in-law Isaiah Veal and Abraham Harding. Wit- 
nesses Henry White, Benjamin Whitaker and James 
Little. 

DUSINBERE, Silvanus, of New Windsor, Ul- 
ster Co. Wife Mary, son Samuel. Farm and personal 
property. Executors the wife or Samuel Sands or Ben- 
jamin Westlake. Witnesses William Cumming of New 
Windsor, yeoman, Agnes Cumming, his wife and Eliza- 
beth Westlake. 

DE WITT, Jacob, of Rochester Township, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Nephew Jacob, son of brother Cornelius 
DeWitt, and Hendrikus De Witt. Real estate in Roch- 
ester Township. Executors Moses Depuy, Benjamin 
Cortreght and Hendricus De Witt. Witnesses Philip 
Hoornbeek, Ino. Sleght, Christ 7 Tappen. 

DRAKE, John, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., yeo- 
man. Wife Martha, sons Benjamin, Joseph, Samuel, 
William and Zephaniah, heirs of son John, daughters 



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121 



Si8 (D 109) 

1779 
Octbr. 12 

1780 
April 17 



Martha Jackson, Mary Holly and Esther Knap, grand- 
daughters Martha and Mary, das. of Joseph Holly. 
Home farm, land in Queens and Kings counties, inherited 
from grandfather Adam Brewer; personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Captain Coivil Bradner and son Joseph. Wit- 
nesses Daniel Vail of Goshen, weaver, Isaac Smith and 
W. Thompson. 

DENTON, Samuel, of Newburgh Prect., Ulster 
Co., farmer. Wife Phebe, daughters Abigail and Sarah, 
wife of John H. Scheutz, nephew Samuel, son of brother 
Thomas Denton, brothers Thomas, Daniel, James and 
Jonas, sister Sarah Wickham. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, son-in-law John H. Scheutz and 
brother Daniel Denton. Witnesses Hope Mills, Monson 
Ward and Lewis Donnovan of Newburgh Prect., school- 
master. 



519 (D no) 

1780 

NoTbr. 3 

Fabry, 19 



de PEYSTER, William, late of N. Y. City, now 

a refugee at Albany. Children John, William, Gerard, 
Nicholas, Abraham, James, Ann and Margaret. Real and 
personal estate (two silver teapots, nine silver tablespoons, 
gold sleeve buttons, silver salt cellars, a silver tankard, six 
silver teaspoons). Executors sons William and Abraham 
with Egbert Benson. Witnesses Evert Bancker, Henry 
Rutgers and Gerard Bancker. 



530 (D III) 

1780 

June 6 

1783 

April 8 



521 (D iia) 

1780 
Norbr. 26 

1781 
April 33 



DE LAVERCNE, Nicolas, of Charlotte Pre- 
cinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Ms^ry, sons Giles, Joseph, 
Nicolas, James, Ebenezer and Walter, daughters Mary, 
Sarah, Elisabeth, Hannah, and Susanna. " Wordly 
estate." Executors the wife with Richard Snedicker as 
overseer. Witnesses Silas Devel, Joseph Woolley and 
Aaron Haight jun., farmer. 

DUBOIS, Cornelius, of New Paltz, Ulster Co., 
Esqire. Wife Margaret, son Cornelius, daughters Tryn- 
tje, Jannetje, Jacominetie, Saretie, children of da. Rachel. 



122 



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dec'd, viz: Nathaniel Dubois, Wiihelmus Dubois and 
Polly Dubois, children of da. Leah dec'd, Dirck and Lea 
Wynkoop. Real and personal estate. Son-in-law Cor- 
nelius D. Wynkoop guardian of the grandchildren. Ex- 
ecutors son Cornelius, son-in-law Jacob Hasbrouck jun., 
grandsons Josiah Hasbrouck, Nathaniel Dubois and Cor- 
nelius Hasbrouck. Witnesses Denie Ralyea, yeoman, 
David Louw, blacksmith and Joshua Dubois. 



532 (D ZZ3) 

1780 

Jany, 22 

1787 
March 14 



DE LAMETER, Abraham, of Kingston, Ulster 

Co., miller. Wife , sons Cornelius and John, 

daughter Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the two sons. Witnesses Antye Hasbrook, Abraham W. 
van Gaasbeek, John Dumont. 



523 (D 114) 

Z781 

July 14 

Aufl^. 9 



DE WITT, John, late of New York Island, now of 
Poghkeepsie Prect. farmer. Wife Ann, son William, 
daughters Ann, wife of John Quackenbush, Nancy, wife 
of Peter Ogilvie and Gertruyd, wife of Samuel Harris. 
Real and personal property. Executors the wife, and 
sons-in-law Quackenbush and Ogilvie. Witnesses William 
Barns, Peter Tappen and Gilbert Livingston. 



524 (D 115) 

1782 
Decbr. 2 



DU N N I NCy Jacob. Memorandum given by, rela- 
tive to his property. Had wife Jeeturah (?) two sons, 
brother John Dunning and William Hollis, who are 
named as executors. He disposes of a homefarm and 
land on the W. side of the Wallkil, Ulster Co. His in- 
tentions are proved by the testimony of Caleb Smith, 
yeoman and wife Abigail and of Lois, wife of Jabez 
Noble. 



525 (D 116) 

22d Day 
5th Month 

1782 
Febry. 27 



DAVISi Joseph, of Beekman's Prect., Dutchess Co. 
Wife Jemima, sons Joseph, Abner, David, daughter Mary. 
Personal property (4 silver tablespoons). Executors the 
wife, Joseph Davis and Robert Moone. Witnesses Joseph 
Clapp, John Lee and William Moore. 



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^1781"^^ DEAN, Jedediah, of New Paltz Prcct. Wife 
Inhr 30 Ariontyea, sons Gideon, Jedediah» Isaac, Jonathan, Daniel 

NoTbr. 17 and Abraham, daughters Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth 

Wolsey and Mary Laroe. Real and personal property. 
Executors sons Gideon, Jedediah and Isaac. Witnesses 
Benjamin Ely of New Marlborough, Ulster Co., physician, 
Andrics Dubois jun., of New Paltz, farmer and Simon 
Doiau. 



WP^ixB) DIETZ, William, of Schohary, Albany Co., yeo- 

March 35 man. Children William, Johannes, Adam, Johan Jost, 

Jane 6 ^^^ ^^^ Marilis, wife of Hendrick Ball. Real and per- 

sonal property. Executors sons William, Johannes and 

Johan Jost. Witnesses David Stern bergh, Peter Vroman, 

Abraham Sternbergh. 

S»B(Oii9) DAVIS, Ann, of Fishkil Landing, Dutchess Co. 

, Febrr. 4. widow. Daughters Elizabeth and Ann, sons John and 
l!Z?^»^ Andreas. Real and personal property. Executors Richard 
Snediker of Poughkeepsie Precinct, gentleman, Peter 
Bogardus jun., of Fishkil Landing, skipper and John Mc- 
Cabe of Stony Kil, Rumbout Precinct, yeoman. Wit- 
nesses John Young of N. Y. City, schoolmaster, Petrus 
Bogardus and Shibboleth Bogardus. 



An|^. 17 



539 (D 130) DEMOTT, James, of Newborough Precinct, Ulster 

Noybr. 30 Co., yeoman. Wife Catherine, sons James, Michael, 

^784 daughters Hannah, wife of Eliczer Lusee, Elisabeth. 

Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Eliezer 

Lusee and Gilbert Jones. Witnesses Isaac Demott, 

David Keech and William Buckingham. 

53o(Diai) DEAL, LaurentZ, of Rhinebeck Prect., Dutchess 

Jnneai Co., yeoman. Stepdaughters Catherine, wife of Peter 

1786 Freer, Eva, wife of Thomas Omfrey, Margaret, wife of 

Matthew van Steenbergh, son-in-law Jacob Tremper, 

grandchildren Laurentz, Jury, Helmus, Jacob, Manus 



124 Calendar of Wills. 



and Mary Tremper. Real and personal property (four 
silver teaspoons). Executors son-in-law Jacob Tremper, 
cousin Carol Deal, and John Ryckert Shell. Witnesses 
Joseph Reichert, John Francis Ellistone and Christian 
Schultzs. 

^^'1783"* DUBOIS, Elisha, of Rumbout Prect, Dutchess 
Octbr. ao Co., farmer. Wife Sarah, grandson Elisha, son of dec'd 
Octbr. 16 ^^^ John, children of da. Sarah, wife of Duncan Graham 
and of da. Barbara, wife of Adriaen Couenhoven. Real 
and personal property. Executors Mathew van Ben- 
schoten, Obediah W. Cooper and Adriaen Couenhoven. 
Witnesses Isaac van Hook, John Hauk and William 
Cooper. 

^iysl^^ DECKER, Joshua, of Shawangunk Prect., Ulster 
June I Co. Wife Geertie, and children. Real and personal 

Septbr. 15 property. Executors Severyn T. Bruyn and Johannis A. 

Hardenbergh. Witnesses Daniel Wackman of New Paltz, 
farmer, Adna Heaton and Cornelius Schoonmaker. 

533 a> "4) DODGE, Jeremiah, of Pauldings Precinct, Dutch- 

Febrj. 27 ess Co. Sons Stephen, Daniel, Robert, Jonathan and 
March 4 David, daughters Rebecca, Lidia and Elisabeth (?). 
Apparently only personal property. Executors sons 
Daniel and Robert. Witnesses Caleb Lamb, Joseph 
Lamb and Elisha Champlin. Nuncupative will, written 
March 2 after the death of testator from recollection of 
witnesses. 



534 (D MS) DENNISTON, Hugh, of Albany City, innkeeper. 

NoTbr. 19 Sons Daniel, James, Isaac, John and Hugh, daughters 

Jnly^s Isabella, Lydia, Margaret and Annie. Real and personal 

property. Executor John Taylor of Albany City, esquire. 

Witnesses Stephen Lush of Albany, attorney-at-law, 

Herman ten Broek and Neal Shaw. 



Calendar of Wills. 125 



S35^(Dia6) DWIGHT, Stephen, of Newark, N. J. Wife 

Octbr. I Hannah, daughter Martha, son Stephen, children of 
brothers and sisters, vizt: Thomas Dwight, Catherine 
and Mary Dwight, Joseph Monnel, Gennet Monnel, sister 
Catherine Monnel. Real estate in Newark and in State 
of New York (grandfather Eagles estate), personal prop- 
erty. Executors Richard Davis of New York and Isaac 
Ailing of Newark. Witnesses Israel Reach, James Green 
and William Lee. Copy from N. J. records. 

S3MDxa7) DEMLER, Henry, of Ulster Co. Mother Sus- 

Septbr. 14 anna. Real and personal estate. Executors David 
Decbf.30 Brooks and Richard Piatt of New York. Witnesses 

Adolph de Grove sen., Isaac Belknap sen., John Du 

Bois sen. 

S37(i>^«a« DIEDERICK, Jury William, of the West Camp, 

NoTDf. II Ulster Co. Sons William, Matthise, Zacharias, Jacobus, 
Jwnf^ai daughters Hannah, wife of Jacob Conies, Maria, wife of 
George Carl, Eve, wife of Johannes Falkenburgh, Mar- 
gerit, wife of Frederich Marda, Elisabeth, wife of Johannes 
Moore, Catherine, wife of Jeremiah Wolf, grandchild 
Altge, da. of dec'd da. Sarah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons Matthise and Jacobus. Witnesses Peter 
P. Eygner of the West Camp, weaver, Peter Myndertse 
and Philipp Rockefeller. 

538 (D 139) DOU W, Volkert P., of Greenbush, Rensselaer Co. 

Jmy 4 Son John de Peyster Douw, daughters Rachel, wife of 
«8oi Henry I. van Rensselaer, Magdalena, wife of John Stev- 

enson, Mary, wife of John de Peyster ten Eycke, grand- 
children Martin Hoffman and Catherine, wife of Barent 
T. ten Eycke, both children of dcc*d da. Catherine Hoff- 
man. Real and personal estate. Executors son John de 
P. Douw, and sons-in-law Henry I. van Rensselaer and 
John Stevenson. Witnesses H. Woodruff, Jacob van 
Loon, Ab. van Vechten. 



126 Calendar of Wills. 



S39(I>i3o) de SEGUR— Pitray, Vlcomtc Louis Antoine, 
June z5 Chevalier de I'ordre de St. Louis, late of the Province of 
July 17 Perigord, France, now of the State of New York. Wife 
Marie Nicole Ralin, two eldest sons Claude Nicolas Louis 
and Joseph Cyprien, and other children. Real estate in 
U. S., Island of St. Domingo and in France. The wife 
guardian of minor children and sole executrix. Witnesses 
Antide Menyin, late priest of St. Emilion (?), Charles 
Adams and Noel John Barbarin. 



540 DELAVAN, Samuel, of Salem, Westchester Co., 

June z8 going on a long journey. Wife Agnes, daughters Annes, 
D '1*^21 Cornelia and Levisee, brothers Cornelius, Timothy 3d, 
children of brothers Abraham and Nathan. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and brother Daniel 
Delavan. Sister-in-law Hannah, wife of brother Abraham 
Delavan, to be guardian of the children, should their 
mother die before they are of age. Witnesses Barthw. 
Ryan, Nathan Delivan. Recorded in Wills and Probates, 
Vol. I., p. 36. 



541 DENNISON, Frances, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Septbr. a Daughter Deborah and husband, Richard Norwood, 
^787 Isaac Hubbel, Catharine and husband James Kairns. 

Houses and lots in Goold and Fair Str. N. Y. City, per- 
sonal property. Executors son-in-law Richard Norwood 
and Marinus Willett. Witnesses Hercules Mulligan, 
merchant, D. Niven and Elias Nexsen. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 51. 



5^ DU R YE E, Sarah, of N. Y. City, spinster. Mother 

March 10 Sarah Duryee of N. Y. City widow, brother Jacob heirs 
March 36 ^^^ executors of " worldly estate " (one silver sugar pot, 

one silver milk pot, six table spoons, five tea spoons). 

Witnesses Neal Mclntire, Jas. N. Roosevelt, Wm. Carman 

jun. Recorded ut supra, p. 76. 



Calendar of Wills. 127 



54^ DURYEE, Magdalen, of N. Y. City, spinster. 

July 2 Mother Sarah Duryee of N. Y. City, widow, and sisters. 
--'787 Real estate in State of New York and Great Britain, per- 

sonal property. Executors the mother and Harry Peters 
of N. Y. City, merchant. Witnesses Ino. D. Crimsheir, 
Wm. de Peyster and Peter Demilt of N. Y. City tailor, a 
quaker. Recorded ut supra, p. 78. 

5^ DRAKE, Carrardus, of Southampton Township, 

April 35 Suffolk Co. Wife Martha, son Aaron, daughters Loraney 

1787 Thompson, Martha Brown and Elizabeth Becket. Real 

peory. 3i * < ., • 

and personal property. Executors the wife and son 

Aaron. Witnesses Daniel Gibbs, Joseph Russell and 

Edmund Perry. Recorded ut supra, p. 85. 

545 DALTON, Richard, late of the City of Kilkenny, 
Jany. 30 mariner. Friend John Dalton of N. Y. City, surgeon, 

'787 sole heir and executor. Money due from owners of ship 

Empress of China, Capt. Green master. Witnesses 
Charles Norris and James Gilchrist of N. Y. City surgeon. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 145. 

546 DAINTY, Joseph, late of Dunington Wood, Par- 

1*701 . . 

Decor. 7 '^h of Lillyshore, County of Salop, Great Britain, now of 
*794^ New York, miner. Mary Felton, spinster, late of Chesele 
Hill, Parish of Longford, County of Salop, now of N. Y. 
City, da. of William Felton of Chesele Hill, husbandman, 
brothers and sisters James, John, Ann, Elizabeth and 
Mary Dainty. Real estate in Shifner and Lillyshore 
Parishes, Salop Co., now occupied by Edward Emery and 
Richard Johnson resp. George Hewlett, personal property 
(money in hands of Renwick and Hudswell of William 
Str., N. Y., merchants, Major William Shaddock of 
Niagara, Canada, Michael Cowan of Schenectady mer- 
chant, Willard Farmer of York, Canada). Executors 
Mary Felton and Robert Glover of Burlington, Stafford 
Co. Witnesses Joseph Smith, James Darrow and Edwd. 
Wilson. Recorded ut supra, p. 407. 



Jany. 3 



128 Calendar of Wills. 



Octbr. 14 



,^J DROUGHT, Sherigley, of N. Y. City, leaves to 

wife Margaret "all my Right and Interest in the suit 
now pending in Commens Town, County Kiidare. Like- 
wise all my own Property in Piunkits Town and whatever 
Else property belongs to me/' Witness Samuel Collins 
of N. Y. City. Letters testamentary granted to the 
widow. Recorded ut supra, p. 605. 

548 DAVIS, Isaac, of Stamford, Fairfield Co., Con- 

wj. 36 necticut. Wife Naomi, daughter Emma. Real and per- 

Septbr. 7 sonal property. Executors the wife and father-in-law 

Daniel Tuttle. Witnesses Sarah Clock, Jacob Walesbury 

and Frederick Weed. Recorded Vol. IL, p. 8. 

5^ de RAADT, William, of Zoetermeer, farmer. 

Febrj. i Wife Fryntje Bos and possible children, mother Adriana 

»797 Huyser, formerly widow of Peter de Raadt, now wife of 

untch Cornelis Velthooven. Guardians of possible children 

Cornells Huyser of Zoetermeer and Cornelis de Raadt of 

Rhoon. Real and personal property. No executor 

named and letters testamentary for lands in N. Y. State 

granted to testator's brother Adrian de Raadt of N. Y. 

City, farmer. Recorded ut supra, p. 30. 

550 DREW, James, Captain Royal Navy, at present 
April 18 living in the Out Ward, N. Y. City. Wife Lydia sole 

Jun/31 (?) heiress of real and personal estate and with her brothers 

Charles and Samuel Watkins executrix. Witnesses John 
Maunsell, Major General in his Britanic Majesty's service, 
Elizabeth Maunsell (at the time of proof widow). Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 74. 

551 DICKINSON, Jonathan, of Philadelphia, Penna. 
NoTbr. a Brother Isaac Dickinson. Real and personal' property. 
Decbr. 29 Executors Jeremiah Bone and Joshua Dorsey, both of 

Philadelphia. Witnesses James Hussey and J. Waterman 
of N. Y. City. Recorded ut supra, p. 60. 



Calendar of Wills. 129 



s^sj DUFFIELD, Caesar, of N. Y. City, son of 

July 6 Thomas Duffield, late of Burkstown, Parish of Tintern, 
Febry?i3 Barony of Shilburn, County of Wexford, Ireland, dec'd 
and Bridget, his wife. Wife Margaret sole heiress and 
executrix. Farm at Ballatarsna, Parish of Tintern afore- 
said ; personal property. Witnesses Henry Forrest and 
Richard Clarke of N. Y. City, house carpenter. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 165. 

553 DUBELLOIS, Pierre Robert Gabriel Des- 

Apru 14 preSy inhabitant of the Island of Guadeloupe, now in 
1709 N. Y. City, about 60 years old. The Chevalier de Brage- 

French lougne, cousin Despr^t, officer of the regiment of Guade- 
loupe, Toinette Dumoulin, my niece according to the 
custom of Bretagne, Mr. Laujol Desfonds, daughter 
Escudier of Madame Khouel, godson, 1. ^., the son of 
Mr. Bragelougne Berlange. Madame Laroche of N. Y. 
City is given a legacy for her services to testator's son 
and daughter-in-law. Real estate on the Island of Guade- 
loupe; personal property. Executor for New York, 
Thomas Pasturin of Guadeloupe merchant. Witnesses 
Jh. Mercadier) Jn. Bte. Duclos and Dcsabraye. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 182. 

554 Dl ESy Jane, of Catskil Landing, Albany Co., widow. 

Aug? 24 Children Mathew, Rebecca, Jacob, John, Catherine, grand- 
>799 children Mathew and John, sons, Jane, Margaret 

daughters, of son Mathew, Isaac, John Dies, James and 
and Jennet Dubois, children of dec'd da. Jane, children 
of son Jacob. Farms at Schoharie Kil, lot at Cats kil 
Landing, land in Femmenhook Patent ; personal prop- 
erty. Executors John I. Dubois of Catskil Landing, 
who is also made guardian of his above named children 
by Jine, da. of testatrix, the three sons Mathew, Jacob 
and John and daughter Catherine. Witnesses John Lay, 
Lawrence Merkel and James Parker. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 200. 



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Norbr. ix 



Septbr. 30 



^9 
1784 



iih DOUGLASS, Asa, of Canaan, Columbia Co. 

Septbr. 24 Wife Sarah, sons Asa, Zebulon, Horatio G., daughters 
May x6 Sarah Wright, Olive Warner, Eliza Fordam, Nancy Pier- 
son, Polly Pierson, heirs of son John. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife with sons-in-law Daniel 
Warner and Nathan Pierson jun. Witnesses Harmanus 
ten Eyck, Peter van Loon and Joseph Russell. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 302. 

SSfi^ DENNY, James, of Albany, on board the schooner 

Maj X Factor of Portland, Isaac Knight commander. Daniel 

May 15 McNiell, brass founder, sole heir of real and personal 

estate. James I^indsay, carpenter, executor. Witnesses 

Philipp I. Quereau, Isaac Knight, Ezra Waring. Recorded 

ut supra, p. 354. 

5^ DAM PIER, John, of Kingsdon, Somerset Co. 

Febry. 14 Edmund Batten of Yeovil, John Reeves of Glastonbury, 
^v^ vT both in Somerset Co., Thomas Blake of Sherborne, Dorset 
Co., and William Raynolds of Charlton Adain, Somerset 
Co. Executors and trustees for testators sister Mary, 
wife of Joseph Mitchell, servant Jane Dawe, daughter 
Susannah and her husband Samuel Sparks. Witnesses 
Ino. Batten, Jas. Cruikshank and Fras. Robins. Recorded 
ut supra, p, 356. 



558^ DUNKLEY, Robert, at present of N. Y. City, 

Auff. xa formerly of the City of Dublin, Ireland, hatter. Wife 
JJ784 ^^ Celia, daughter Elizabeth, wife of Philipp Brooks of Nor- 
wich, Connt., bookbinder, heiresses and executrices of 
real estate in America and in Ireland and of personal 
property. Witnesses Charles White, Robert Johnston of 
N. Y. City shopkeeper, and Paul Hick. Recorded vol. 
III., p. 31. 



de VISME, Peter, of N. Y. City merchant. Let- 
Declr X3 ^^^^ ^^ administration on the estate of, granted to his 

mother Anne de Visme of N. Y. widow. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 37. 



Calendar of Wills. 



131 



5*0 

Octor. 19 

July 13 



561 

1834 
March 16 

1835 
Octbr. 29 



56a 
182; 

March 7 
1827 

Marcn 3 



5^3 
1826 

May 27 

Aug. 7 



DORAN, Paul, of Elizabeth Town, N. J. (late 
private American Army). Pierre de Peyster of Newark, 
N. J., sole heir and executor of real and personal estate. 
Witnesses Peter v.B. Livingston jun. of N. Y. City 
merchant, Josiah Banks and Daniel Ball. Letters tes- 
tamentary granted to Cornelia de Peyster of N. Y. City 
widow, the mother and attorney of Pierre de Peyster, 
now in Great Britain. Recorded ut supra, p. 44. 

DAVIDSON, Alexander, of Albany City, mer- 
chant. Wife Anna, da. of Gilbert Gumming, children 
Gilbert C(umming), Alexander jun. Susan and an ex- 
pected child, brother James Davidson. Real and personal 
property. Executors Erastus Corning of Albany, mer- 
chant and brother-in-law Farquher McBain of Saratoga 
Co. Witnesses Robert O. K. Bennett (dead at date of 
proof), Alexander McKenzie, Ebenezer Baldwin. Re- 
corded vol. IV., p. 169. 

DOLE, Rebeccah, of Albany City, spinster. Sis- 
ter Mrs. Sarah Nicholson, nieces Ann Eliza Nicholson, 
Sally Ann Clark, Catherine Clark, nephew James Nichol- 
son ; Euphemia, wife of James Daniel of Albany, George 
Dole, infant son of Rev. Staats van Santvoort of Bellevue, 
N. J., Rev. Wm. B. Lacey, rector of St. Peters, Albany. 
House and lot corner Green and Beaver Str. Albany; 
personal property. Executors James Lamoureux of 
Albany and sister Sarah Nicholson. Witnesses John 
L. Tillinghast, Catherine Tillinghast, Catharine Leake. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 221. 

DELVIN, Frances Marion, widow of James, of 

Utica, N. Y. Brother George Kinsella of N. Y. City, 
sisters Catherine Murphy and Jane Lyons, both of Sche- 
nectady, niece Mrs. Ann Haight, da. of sister Jane, 
brother-in-law John Delvin, Sarah Ann Martin, William 
Martin. House and lot corner John and Catherine St., 
Utica ; personal property. Executor brother George 



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Decbr. 12 
Dutch 



Kinseiia, Witnesses Richard R. Lansing, Catherine 
de Graff and Otis Whipple. Recorded vol. V., p. 44. 

DAM EN, Jan Jansen, of Manhatans Island. 

Wife , son of dec'd sister Hendrickie Jans, now living 

with testator and called Jan Cornelissen Buys, alias Jan 
Damen, brothers Cornells Jansen Cuyper, Cornells Jansen 
Damen, Willem Jansen Dannen, sister Neltie Jans Da- 
men, the Poor at Bunick, Diocese of Utrecht. Real and 
personal property. Witnesses Thomas Hall, Cornells 
Cornelissen van Houten and Jacob Kip, clerk. N. Y. 
Col. MSS. III., 72 & 73. 



1683 
Novbr. 19 

Dutch 



DINCEMANS, Adam, of New Albany, bom at 
Harlem, Holland, and wife Aeltie Jacobs Gardenier, born 
at New Albany. Children mentioned, but not by name. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Maas Cornelissen 
and Johannes Roos. Witnesses Jacob Theysen van der 
Heyden, Jan van Loon and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary 
Public. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 468. 



566 

1678 

oa.111. 

July 2A 
Aug. 6 
Dutch 



de WINTER, Bastiaen, of Steenenhoek, Rens- 
selaerswyck Colony, born at Middelburgh. Deacons of 
Reformed Church, Albany, sole heirs and executors* 
Witnesses Jan Jansen Bleecker, Jacob Staets and Adriaen 
van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, II., p. 41, Proceedings of Magistrates^ 
1676-80, p. 357, and N. Y. Col. MSS., XXVII., p. 171. 



567 

1705 

June 20 



deWANDELAER, Johannes senior, of Albany, 

merchant. Children Anderis, Johannis, Sara, Catharina, 
Anna, Alida, Adriaen and Pieter. House and lot in 
Queens Str., N. Y., land on the Plain, Albany, personal 
property. Son Johannis and Thomas Williams guardians 

of minor children and executors. Witnesses Hend. Han- 

« 

sen. Justice, Johannis Mingael, Justice, and Evert Jansen» 
Albany Co. Records, Wills I., p. 142. 



Calendar of Wills. 



133 



m 



568 
1 730-1 

anj, 31 
arch 14 
Dutch 



March 5 
Octbr. 3 



570 

1779 
March 30 

Octbr. 



10 



571 (E I) 

1709 
May 16 



57a (E 3) 

1714 
Ang. 7 



DINCMANS, Adam, born at Harlem, Holland, 
makes will at the house of Peter Cool in the Manor of 
Rensselaerswyck and leaves real and personal estate to 
daughters and sons, not named. Executor son-in-law Peter 
Cool. Witnesses Willem Halenbeek, Gysbert Osterhout 
and Dirk Halenbeek. Albany Co. Records, Wills I., 
p. 169. Vide No. 565. 

DELAMETTER, Cloude, of Claverack, Albany 
Co. Wife Christina, sons Jeremiah, Dirck, Jacobus, 
daughters Geertruy, wife of Johs. Mingael van Valken- 
burgh, Cattelina, Ragel, widow of In. Legget jun., 
heirs of dec*d da. Christina, late wife of Johs. van Deusen, 
children of dec*d son John ; Cloude Delamater. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons Dirck and Jacobus, 
Gerrit Corneliusen van den Bergh and John Hansen. 
Witnesses Jeremias Hogeboom, merchant, Joghim Muller, 
farmer, both of Claverack, and Stephen Hogeboom. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills I., p. 361. 

de CARMO, Jellis, of Albany City. Wife 
Rachel, son Jacob. Real and personal estate (a large 
Dutch bible). The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Abraham Minderse, Thomas Lansingh and Aric Legrange. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills I., part 2, page 70. 

EARLE, Edward senior, of Bergen Co., N. J. 
Wife Hannah, son Edward, grandsons Edward and Enoch 
Earle. Real and personal estate. Executors not named. 
Witnesses Martha Mompesson, Elizabeth Pinhorn, I. 
Pinhorn. Copy. 

EMANSyJohn, of Gravesend, Kings Co. Children 
Johannes, Andrew, Abraham, Jacobus, Sarah Morgan 
and Cornelia Amerman. Real and personal property. 
Executors sons Andrew and Jacobus Emans, trustees 
Seger Gerritsen, John Lucassen, and Samuel Gerison. 
Witnesses Wm. Williamsen, Gerrit I. Lammertson, Benj. 
Holsaert. Copy. 



134 



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573 (E 3) 

1738 
Jany. 31 



EMONS, Abraham, of Yonkers, Westchester Co. 
Wife Abigal, sons Stillwell, Isaac and Thomas. Real 
and personal property. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Rogr. Barton, John Palmer, Benj'n Barnett. Copy. 



574 (E 4) 

1738-9 
Jany. 30 

June 18 



ECBERTSEy El8i6| of Rensselaerswick, Albany 
Co., widow and executrix of Omy Lagransie junior. 
Brothers Albert, Klaas, Matyes and Jan van Loon, farm* 
hand Pieter Franciscus, Antje, da. of Isaac Lagransie, 
Raghel, da. of brother Jan van Loon and wife of Egbert 
Egbertsen, Barent Sanders of Albany City, merchant. 
Personal property. Executor Barent Sanders. Wit- 
nesses John Sanders, Myndert Veeder, Symon Jobs. 
Veeder. 



S74a(E5) 



575 (E 6) 

Decbr. 7 

X743-4 
Febry. 13 

Dutch 



EMONS, Abraham, 1738. E. 5 is missing. Ac- 
cording to index it is the same as No. 573. 

ELTINCE, Willem, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Children Jan, Jacobus, Hendericus, Elsie, wife of Isaak 
van Campen, Jacomyntie, wife of Noe Eltinge, Jannetie 
and Annatie. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
three sons. Witnesses Gil. Livingston, Johannes Masten 
jun., Comelis Persen. 



576 (E 7) 

Octbr. 39 

1747-8 

Jany. 13 



ELTINCE, Roeloff, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 
Wife Sarah, sons Noah, John, Josiah, daughters Margaret, 
wife of Abraham Bevier, and Jacomyntie, grandson Roe- 
loff, son of dec'd son Abraham. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the three sons. Witnesses Petrus 
Louw, Jean le Fevre, J. Bruyn. 



577 (E 8) 
1747-8 

Jany. 15 
1748-9 

Jany. 17 
Datch 



ESSELSTYN, David, of Albany Co. Brothers 
Johannes, Jacob and Willem, sister Batha van Duesen, 
heirs of dec'd brother Isack. Real and personal property 
(a bible). Executor Willem van Ness. Witnesses 
Gloude de Lametter, Cathalina Lametter, Barent Cammel. 



Calendar of Wills. 135 



578 (B 9) ESSLESTEEN, Cornells Martensen, of 

Z740 

June 25 Claverack, Albany Co., farmer. Wife Cornelia, sons 
fliy^S Willem, Jacob, David, Johannis, Isaac, daughter Bata, 
Dutch wife of Isaac van Deusen. Real and personal property 
(a large bible). Executors sons Willem, Jacob, Johannis 
and David. Witnesses Arent van Dyck, Justice of the 
Peace, Jeremyas Hogeboom, Ephraim van Alen (dead at 
date of proof). 

579(Bio) ELTINCE, Johannis, of Mormeltown (Marble- 

Septbr. 4 town), Ulster Co., farmer. Wife Jannetje, sons Petnis, 

Tun?< Roelof, daughters Majeke and Sarah. Real and personal 

Ontch property (a large bible). Executors brothers Josias and 

Noah Eltinge and Hederikus Jansen. Witnesses Jan 

Eltinge, Rachel Eltinge and Willem Eltinge. 

S»«<J^") ETHERINCTON, Robert, mariner. Nephew 

Juiy 17 Robert, son of brother Thomas Etherington sole heir and 

June 25 executor of real and personal estate. Witnesses Judson 

Coolidge, John Slater, Richard Lane, Phil. Young and 

David Arnold. Proved in Calvert Co., Maryland. Seal 

of Maryland. 

5«ME^") ELTINGE, Jan, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Second 

Jany. la wife Rachel, da. of Joseph Hasbrouck, first wife was 
Rachel, da. of James Whitaker. Children by first wife, 
viz: Willem, James, Petrus, Jannetic and Elizabeth, by 
second wife : Elsie. Real and personal property. Exec- 
utors the six children. Witnesses Abraham Low, Robert 
Dunlap, and Cornelius J. Masten. Copy. 

Sto (E^x3) ECBERTSEN, Egbert, of Albany City, mariner. 

Aug. 2 Wife Maria, sons Benjamin, Anthony, Jacob Vischer, 

O X'^'ai daughters Anna and Maria. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife and Isaac Switts. Witnesses Hen- 
drick M. Roseboom of Albany City, merchant, John 
Knickerbocker and Abrm. Yates junior. 



136 Calendar of Wills. 



583(6^14) ERWIN, Samuel, of Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife 

March 5 Prudence, sons Samuel, Edward, George, John, William, 
1768 daughters Phebe and Margaret, granddaughter Phebe. 

Real and personal property. Executors the wife and 
sons Samuel and Edward. Witnesses George Burne, 
Francis Burne of Wallkil Prect., yeoman, and Jane 
Morran. 

584m IS) EDWARDS, Timothy, of Northeast Precinct, 

Jany. 29 Dutchess Co. Wife Ruth, sons Timothy, John, Henry, 
May 25 David and Jonathan, daughter Ruth. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife, brother Henry Edwards 
of New York and Stephen Caswel. Witnesses Hector 
Gambold of North East Prect., clerk, Jacob Decker and 
Hester Decker. 

585 (E z6) is the Dutch original of No. 581. 

586(|^i7) ECCMONT, Nicholas, of Coxsakie, Albany Co., 

Febrv. 33 yeoman. Stepgrandson Anthony Winne, niece Maritie 
April 17 yj^j^ Valkenburgh, da. of sister Annatie Schermerhoorn, 
nephew Luke Schermerhoorn, son of said sister Annatie, 
Marytie, wife of Mathys Boom, the poor of the Protest- 
ant Church at Coxsakie. Real and personal property. 
Executors Anthony Winne, Anthony van Bergen and 
John L. Bronk. Witnesses Anthony van Bergen, Henry 
van Bergen and Jacob Freese. 

5870^18) EGBERTS, Mary, widow of Egbert of Albany 

Febry. 15 City. Children Benjamin, Annatie, Maria, Antony and 
S Yb^2A J^cob Visher Egbertsen. Share in house and lot on 

Crown Str., N. Y., personal property. Executor Jacob 
Ja. Lansing. Witnesses Hendr. Roseboom, Jelles Clute 
and Abrm. Yates jun. 

588(E 19) ELLEMS, George, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 

jMQ^aS Grandchildren John Shay, Elizth. Shay, George Shay, 
Febry. 2x children of da. Hannah, sons George and John, children 



Calendar of Wills. 137 



of dec'd son William, viz : Robert and Hannah, children 
of da. Charity, vizt. George, James and Mary Davis, 
granddaughter Charity Hood. "Whole estate." Ex- 
ecutors son John Ellems and William Thomson. Wit- 
nesses Cad. Colden jun., Wm. Thompson and Nathan 
Sanders. 

S89(E 20) ELTINGE, Josiah (son of RoeloO, of New Paltz, 

April 4 Ulster Co. Wife Magdalena, children Abraham, Roelof 
Mar^io J*' Solomon, Cornelius and Catherintje. Real estate in 
Maryland, in New Paltz Patent in Somerset Co., N. J., 
in New Paltz Village, personal property. Executors the 
five children. Witnesses Jacob Hasbrouck jun., David 
Hasbrouck, Joseph Coddington. 

59o(E2i) ECKERSEN, Cornelius, of Haverstraw Prect., 

May 19 Orange Co. Wife Lena, children John, Dirckje, Cornelia, 
'785 Jacob. " Worldly estate." Executors Petrus Blauvelt 

and Abraham Stevesen. Witnesses Abram Kool, Jo- 
hannes Isaac Blauvelt of Haverstraw, yeoman, Johannis 
Hogenkamp. 

591^22) ELWELL, Samuel, of Sout Precinct, Dutchess 

«774 ^^- W*fc Mercy, son Samuel and other children, not 

April 20 named. Real and personal estate. No executor named. 

Witnesses Robert Kean, Joshua Barnum jun., of South 

Prect., yeoman, and John Birdsell. 

S9a(E23) ELTINGE, Noah, of New Paltz Prect., Ulster 

177s 
April 5 Co. Wife Jacomyntie, niece Annatje, da. of brother-in- 

. '7®* 6 '^^ Jacobus Eltinge, son-in-law Dirk D. Wynkoop, grand- 
daughters Cornelia Wynkoop and Geertje Wynkoop, 
grand-nephew Noah Eltinge jun., son of nephew Abraham 
Eltinge nephew Thomas, son of brother-in-law Jacobus 
Eltinge. Lands in New Paltz Patent, personal property. 
Executors the wife, son-in-law Dirk D. Wynkoop, and 
nephews Abraham Eltinge and William Eltinge jun. 
Witnesses Matthew Lefever, Jonathan Lefever, both of 
New Paltz Prect., farmers, and Joseph Coddington. 



138 



Calendar of Wills. 



593 (B 24) 

1776 

Jaiij.4 
1784 



594 (B 25) 

1778 
March 31 

Febry. 14 



595 (B 26) 

1780 
Septbr. 20 

1786 
Decor. 2z 



596 (E 27) 

1780 
Decbr. 6 

^'783 
Septbr. 2 



597 (E 28) 

Z781 
May 5 

1783 
March 27 



ECKER, Adam, of Mohawks District, Tryon Co., 
yeoman. Wife Margret, children by first marriage vizt : 
John, George and Mary, other children Adam, Henry, 
Peter, Abraham, Margaret, Catherine and Marilis. Real 
and personal estate. Executors John Eker, Richard Snell 
and Suphrines Tygart, all of Tryon Co., yeomen. Wit- 
nesses John McKinney, Elizabeth McKinney and John 
Phelleps. Proved in Montgomery Co. 

ELLWELL, Samuel, of South East Prect., 

Dutchess Co. Wife , heirs of son Samuel dec*d, 

sons Jabez and Isaac, heirs of dec'd daughters Mary, 
Esther and Sarah, daughters Elizabeth, Grissel and 
Deborah. Real and personal estate. Executor son 
Isaac. Witnesses Thomas Ragon of S. E. Prect., tailor, 
Mary Chapman and Moss Kent. 

EDMONSTON, James, of New Windsor, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Daughter Sarah McDonil, grandchildren 
James, William, Margaret Edmonston, son William and 
his wife Jane. Real and personal property. Executor 
son William. Witnesses John McConnell, of Ulster Co., 
blacksmith, Barzillai Tuthill and John Nicoll. 

ELICH, Johan Yury, of the Beverkil, Ulster Co., 
farmer. Wife Catherina, sons Andries, Jacob and Johan- 
nes, daughters Catherine and Margaret, six heirs of eldest 
da. Elizabeth, William, son of son Johannes. Real and 
personal property. Executors son Andries, Adam Beer 
and Jacob Moure. Witnesses Gysbert Diederick, Peter 
West, both of Sagerties, farmers, and Wilhelmus Rouw. 

ECKERSEN, Cornelius, of Orange Township, 
Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Rachel, sons Jacob, Garrit 
and David, heirs of dec*d son Mathew vizt : Rachel and 
Sarah, daughters Willimpje, Catherine, Mary and Rachel. 
Real and personal estate. Executors John Perry and 
Isaac Debaen. Witnesses William Parsel, Thonis Cuyper 
and James Perry. 



Calendar of Wills. 139 



598(|^a9) EVERSON, Thomas, of Comwal Prect., Orange 

Jany. a Co., yeoman. Wife Rhoda, son Thomas, four daughters, 
Tafly ao "°^ named. Real and personal property. Executors 
brother-in-law David Corwin and Thomas Moffat. Wit- 
nesses John W. Tuthill, Joshua Davis and Thomas Moffat. 

5W Jl 3«) EVE R ITT, Robert, of New Marlborough Precinct, 

Septbr. a8 Ulster Co., farmer. Wife Esther, sons Daniel and John, 

Jnne^S daughters Nancy, Sarah, Frances, Patty, Esther and Jane, 

grandson John Manna. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife, sons John and Daniel and son-in-law 

Elezer Freer. Witnesses William Car, Jehiel Semour and 

Benjamin Ely. 



^j(|j3») EARLL, John, of Smiths Clove, Cornwall Precinct, 

May 35 Orange Co. Wife , daughter Elizabeth, sons Samuel, 

Aog:? 31 Richard, Benjamin, Peter, Ezra, Jonathan, grandchildren 
Joseph and Mary Holloway. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons Benjamin, Peter and Ezra Earll and Jesse 
Woodhull. Witnesses John Weygant, John White and 
Wm. Thorn. 



^\(|^3a) EM PIE, Adam, of Stoneraby, Tryon Co. Wife 

Octbr. 30 Anna Maria, sons John, Adam, stepson William Saltsman. 

Decbr 8 ^^^' ^^^ personal property. Executors Peter S. Deygert, 

Christopher W. Fox and Richard Young. Witnesses 

Nicholas Streder, Frederic Em pie and George Saltzman. 

^a(|^33) ELICH, William, of the West Camp, Ulster Co., 

Ang, 14 farmer. Wife Margriet, nephew Johannes Fearo, son of 

O tt'^K sister Margriet, Jeremiah, son of Andries Eligh, Rachel, 

wife of Hezekiah Dubois, William, son of Johannes Eligh, 
nephews Andries and Jacob Eligh ; William and Saphiah, 
children of Ludwigh Rushel. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Andries Eligh, Jacob Eligh and Peter West. 
Witnesses Petrus Maurer, Adam Baur and Jacob Musier. 



140 Calendar of Wills. 



^3(B34) EGBERTS, Jacob Visscher, of Albany City, 

Octbr. 20 Doctor of Physics. Brothers and sisters, Benjamin Eg- 
-J786 berts, Ann Egberts, Mary ten Eyck and Anthony Egberts, 

niece Caty ten Eyck, nephews Egbert and Jacob ten 
Eyck. Real and personal property (seven silver table 
spoons, a silver mug, a pair of silver shoe buckles, a 
pair of silver knee buckles and stock buckle). Executors 
brother Benjamin Egberts, Anthony Egberts and Anthony 
ten Eyck. Witnesses Peter J. van Valkenburgh, Walter 
Baurhity, Thomas Barhydt. Vide supra No. 582. 

^(| 35) EVERTSEN, Jacob, of Normanskil, Albany Co., 

June 28 cooper. Lutheran Church of Albany, sister Mary, wife 

Oct^r z8 ®' Christoyan Lagrange, children of brothers and sisters. 

Real and personal estate. Executors cousin Jacob La- 
grange and cousin Jacob, son of John van Loon. Wit- 
nesses John Nightingale, schoolmaster, John Jackson and 

John Wands. 

• 

^5(|3^) ENDERS, William, of Schohary, Albany Co., 

NoTDf. 29 yeoman. Wife Elisamargrate, sons John, Jacob, Peter, 
FelOT^x6 William, daughters Maria, Elisabeth, Margrita, Christina, 
Anna, grandsons Adam and Wilhelmus, sons of William. 
Real and personal property. Executors sons John and 
Peter Enders. Witnesses Peter Snyder jun., Petrus Man 
jun., both of Schohary, farmers, and Peter Vroman. 

606 (B 37) EDSALL, Samuel, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 

Novbr. 2 ^^' Wife Abigail, sons Jesse and Samuel. Real and 

Novbr. x6 personal estate. Executors the wife, brothers Richard 

Edsall and Jacobus Edsall. Witnesses George Rankin, 
Julia Armstrong and Robert Armstrong. 

^7(B^38) ELIAS, Jacob, of the City of Hudson, Columbia 

Octbr. 25 Co. Wife Rachel, son Henry, daughters Abigail, Eiiza- 
Norbr. 13 beth, Rachel and Mary, an expected child, Thomas 

Whitlock. Real and personal estate. Executors Peter 



Calendar of Wills. 



141 



6o8<E39) 
Octbr. 21 



Silvester, Caleb Lobdell and Thomas Whitlock. Wit- 
nesses William Coventry of Hudson District, yeoman, 
Timothy Allen and William Martin. 

ELLIS, James, of the Parish of St. James, Island 
of Jamaica. Brothers William and George Ellis of Great 

Britain, halfsisters Mary and Ellis. " My estate." 

Executors James Leslie, John Little and Charles Hanson, 
all of St. James Parish aforesaid. Witnesses Jas. Wauch- 
ope and Alexander Gordon. 



609 (E 40) 

1764 
March 9 



EVER ITT, Richard, of Dutchess Co., house 
carpenter. Letters of administration granted to his son 
Clear Everitt of Dutchess Co., esquire. 



6x0 

1783 
March 13 
Octbr. 2 



6zz 
X794 

J«»iy 4 

X79S 
April ao 



EVERSON, Nicholas, of South Amboy, Middle- 
sex Co., N. J. Wife Susannah, sons George and Jacob, 
children of son John, children of dec'd da. Susannah, wife 
of Joseph Ellason, daughters Margaret Morgan and Mary 
Case, children of da. Elizabeth, wife of William Bucka- 
lew, granddaughter Margaret Ellason, grandsons Nicholas, 
son of son Jacob Everson, and James Morgan. Land in 
9 Partners Patent, Dutchess Co., in Minisink Patent, in 
South Amboy, personal property. Executors son-in-law 
James Morgan senior and son Jacob Everson. Witnesses 
John Herbert, Jacob Johnson and Peter Burling. Re- 
corded in Vol. L, Wills and Probates, p. 201. 

ELLIS, Samuel, of Bergen Co., N. J., farmer. 
Wife Mercy, children of son Samuel dec'd, vizt : Mary, 
Avis and Dolly, Catharine, da. of da. Mary dec'd, late 
wife of Peter van Why, Nantie and Mary, children 
of da. Elizabeth, wife of George Ryerson, Samuel 
Ellis Ryley, son of kinsman William Ryley, godchild 
Jane, da. of Elias Burger, Catherine, wife of Daniel 
Daniel Westervelt of N. Y. City, weaver, and her daugh- 
ters Catherine and Jane, daughter Rachel Ellis, wife of 



142 



Calendar of Wills. 



John Cooder and her children John Edmond and Rachel. 
Lots leased from Trinity Church, N. Y., Oyster or Ellis 
Island, farm in Bergen Co., N. J., purchased from Jacob 
Etsel, personal property. Executors Elias Burger of 
N. Y. City, dockbuilder, Simon van Antwerp of N. Y. 
City, ironmonger, and Wm. Ryley, living on the Island in 
Hudson R. Witnesses Margaret Ryley, Abraham Lines 
jun., and John Mollineux. Recorded ut supra p. 473. 



613 

1796 

Septbr. 17 

Octbr. 17 



EC AN, Robert, of Edenton, North Carolina, mer- 
chant, now in New York. Housekeeper Sarah Cotton, 
asst. housekeeper Frances Price, clerk John Wheate, 
John Haycock Coates and wife Elizabeth. Real and 
personal property. Executors John Haycock Coates of 
New York City, gentleman, Allen Ramsay and Alexander 
Miller, both of Edenton, N. C, merchants. Witnesses 
John Byrne, Granville Smith and Isaac Sharpies. Re- 
corded ut supra Vol. II., p. i. 



6x3 
18x9 

JulT 23 

x8a$ 
March 7 



EDEN, Medcef, of Westchester Co. Wife 



daughters Sally Ann, Elizabeth and Rebecca, who are 
not to marry without the consent of Aaron Burr ; John 
Pelletreau. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife and John Pelletreau. Witnesses John Dix, Samuel 
White late of N. Y. City, now (date of proof) of Pough- 
keepsie, grocer, and Benjamin P. Kissam. Recorded ut 
supra Vol. IV., p. 166. 



18x5 
March 3 



ELY, Justin, of West Springfield, Hambden Co., 
Mass. Wife Mary Ann, sons Theodore, Justin and 
Heman. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
sons. Witnesses Pelatiah Bliss, John Ely, Edmund West. 
It is stated in the will, that testator gives to his wife ** the 
annuity mentioned in the jointure with Matthew Gris- 
wold before our marriage." In the proof testator's age at 
date of will is given as about 70 years. Recorded ut 
supra p. 177. 



Calendar of Wills. 143 



^^S ELLICOTT, Joseph, of Batavia, Genesee Co. 

Decbr. 31 Sarah, widow of brother Andrew Eilicott, sisters Ann, 
Octbr 18 Letitia and Rachel Evans, Charles Augustus Henry, 
grandson of sister Mary Brown, Joseph, son of nephew 
Andrew A. Eilicott, John B. Eilicott, Lewis E. Evans, 
Trustees of Meth. Ep. Society in Batavia, Wardens of 
St. James Church, Batavia, Trustees of First Congrega- 
tional Society, Batavia, nephew David E. Evans, Jona- 
than Brown, brother to sister-in-law Sarah Eilicott, 
brother Benjamin Eilicott, son Joseph and other children 
of brother Andrew Eilicott dec*d, of sisters Ann, Letitia 
and Rachel Evans. Mill tract in Town of Shelby, Hol- 
land Purchase, and other lands there, farms in Towns of 
Batavia and Pembroke, Williamsville Farm on East side 
of Ellicotts Creek, lots in Batavia village, land in Town 
of Royalton, Niagara Co., personal property. Executors 
Benjamin Eilicott, David E. Evans, William Peacock, 
Nathaniel C. Griffith and Andrew A. Eilicott. Witnesses 
Ebenezer Mix, James Milner jun., and Oliver G. Adams. 
Recorded ut supra p. 193. 

f^^^ ELLET, Richard, of N. Y. City, cooper. Wife 

May 30 Susannah, children Robert, Joseph, Henry, John, sister- 
in-law Sarah Hart, godsons John Tuder and Joseph 
Hudleston, goddaughter Mary Fromantle. Real and per- 
sonal estate (gold rings, silver westcoat buttons, do. 
buckles, two do. spoons). The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Edward Graham, Alice Allison and Thomas Clark. 
An inquisition, made Decbr. 18, 1721, before Gilbert Liv- 
ingston, Escheator General of the Province of N. Y., says, 
that testator had then been dead 28 years, his widow 7 to 
8 years, three sons had died without issue, the fourth 
Henry had gone to sea twenty years ago and had not 
been heard from since. N. Y. Col. MSS. LXIV., p. 10. 

616 (F I) FOWLER, William, of Flushing, Queens Co., 

Jany.^ yeoman. Wife Mary, sons William, John, Joseph, Benja- 

min, Jeremiah, Thomas and Henry, daughters Mary 



144 Calendar of Wills, 



Dusenbury, Rebecca, Sarah, Hannah.. Land in Harri- 
sons Patent, Rye, Westchester Co., a tract on Blind 
Brook adjoining Thomas Merit, farm at Flushing, land 
in Pennsylvania, bought from Major William Lawrence, 
personal property ("money due by Father Thome's 
Will"). Executors the wife, Jeremiah Fowler of East- 
chester and William Thome of Flushing. Witnesses 
Joseph Hunt, Thos. Cooke and Daniel Clarke. Copy. 

%^^x2 FFISKER (probably Vischer),Tlerck Harmen« 

Febry. i6 8611, of Albany City, sawyer. Wife Ffemitie, son Jacob, 

April 19 daughters Hester, wife of Cornelis Switts, Anke, Gertruide 

and Lena. Real and personal estate. The wife sole 

executrix. Witnesses John Collins, Evert Jansen and 

Gysbert van den Bergh. 

6i8(F3) FLENSBURCH, Daniel, of Albany City, shoe- 

Auf. 3z maker. Wife Johanna, son Johannis, daughter Anna. 
1726 Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, brother 

Mathew Flensburgh, Christophel Staats and Baarent 
Bratt. Witnesses Tobias Ryckman, Frederick Mynder- 
sen and Rutger Bleecker. Proved before Phil. Livingston, 
one of his Majesty's Council, who happened to be in 
Albany. 

619 (F 4) FREEMAN, Marmaduke, late of the Morant, 

-J72<Hr Parish of St. Thomas, Island of Jamaica, now of New 
March 29 York City, gent. Mother Mary Freeman, wife Eleanor, 

daughter Mary. Real and personal property in Jamaica. 
Executors the wife, father-in-law Jacob Swan of New 
York, and Colonel John Coveleir of Jamaica. Witnesses 
John Bend, Samuel Dunscombe, Matthew van Durzen 
and Johannes Degrave. Inventory enumerates gold rings 
with diamonds, gold shoe buckles, a gold chain 7 or 8 
chains thick, with a gold locket flowered and marked 
M 4~ F-y oi^c silver tankard holding a gallon, two do. 
holding a quart each, three silver salt cellars, six silver 
spoons and forks all new, 3 or 4 old silver poringers. 
Copy. 



Calendar of Wills. 145 



%%^^ FONSECA, Jacob, of N. Y. City, merchant, in- 

Novbr. 30 tending to go to the Island of Jamaica. Wife Rebecca^ 
AuS^o *^"* Isaac, Abraham, Joseph, daughters Rachel, Esther, 
Judith and Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and Daniel Nunez da Costa. Witnesses Wm. 
Walling, Gabriel le Boyteulx and David le Tellier. Codi- 
cil of July 28, 1728, disposes of a house and lot at 
Spanish Town, Jamaica. Witnesses Abraham Rd. Der- 
mera, Moses Lopez d Fonseca, David le Tellier. Copy. 

^"748^^ FFINCH, Isaac (son of Abraham and grandson of 

June 15 Isaac), of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife , sons Samuel, 

Apiil j8 Abraham, Daniel, John, Nathaniel and Salomon, daugh- 
ters Hannah, Ruth and Elizabeth. Real and Personal 
estate. Executor son Isaac. Witnesses James Butler» 
Timothy Wood and Ant. Carpenter. 

622 (F 7) FRYER, Isaac, of Albany City, weaver. Wife 

Decbr. 15 Elizabeth, sons John, Isaac and William, daughter Cath- 

Octi^r^^o c*"*"^* R^sil and personal estate. Executors the wife 

and Jacobus Hilton. Witnesses Jakobis Hilton, Luykas 

Wit Buck (Witbeek), carpenter, and Richard Cartwright* 



«^3^g8) FELTEN, William, of Oringe Co. Wife Su- 

Fcbjr. 25 sanna, grandsons Peter and William Felten, daughter 

April 30 Maritie Trumper, granddaughters Elizabeth Trumper and 

Carstena Hopper. Real and personal estate. Executors 

i 

Cornells Cuyper and Lambert Smith. Witnesses Johan- 
nes Much, Johannes Snyder and Abraham Onderdonk. 



624 (F 9) FOWLER, William, of Crom Elbow Precinct, 

X/57 
Novbr. 17 Dutchess Co. Sons William, Henry, Jacob, Benjamin. 

ii2^?^ Real and Personal estate. Executors son William and 
J tine 14 

William Doughty senior. Witnesses Jacob Haight, of 
Crom Elbow yeoman (a Quaker), Joseph Denton, yeo- 
man, and Hannah Thome. 



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tf*5(F"» FRILINCHUYSEN, Henricus, minister of the 

Novbr. 8 three united congregations of Marbletown, Rochester and 
lunl\ Nawarsink, Ulster Co. Sisters Margrita, wife of Rev. 
Dutch Thomas Romyn» Anna, wife of Rev. William Jekson, 
children of dec*d brother Rev. Johannes Frielinghuysen 
vizt : Frederik and Heva. Executors cousin Jacobus 
Vaniste and Isaac Hasbrouck jun. Witnesses Samuel 
Bevier jun., Elias Depuy and Jacob Hoornbeek. 



4^26 (F XI) FFINN, William, of Goshen Precinct, Orange Co. 

June^ Wife Mary, sons Solomon, Robert, James, Anthony and 

July 7 Nehemia, daughters Hannah, Mary Broderick. Real and 

personal property (^^o^aZ-books). Executors the wife 

and Benjamin Carpenter. Witnesses William Thompson, 

blacksmith, William Knap, planter, and Michael Jakson. 

6j7(F 13) FOLKERTSON, Nicholas, extract made April 

I, 1762, from will of, disposes of real estate in Boswick 
Township, Kings Co., for the benefit of four children, 
viz : son Folkert and daughters Dina, Broca, Anatie, wife 
of Dirck Woortman and Marigritie, wife of John van 
Dyck. 

4^38 (F 13) FONDA, Abraham, of Claverack, Albany Co., 

Ju?y 30 merchant. Present wife Jannetie, da. of Jermia Muller, 
— sons Stephanis, Pieter, Lourens and Abraham, children 

by first wife Elbertie, da. of Stephanis van Alen: Johan- 
nes, Jeremia, Dowe and Cornelis, children by second 
wife. Real and personal property. Executors the wife, 
sons Pieter and Lourens, Abraham Yates jun. and 
Stephanis van Dyck. Witnesses Francis her Dyk jun,, 
Petrus van Hoezen, Hendrik van Hoeze. Codicil of 
Aug. 3, 1762, disposes of land at Keesje Hook and is 
witnessed by John van Loon, Hendrick van Hoesen and 
Johannes van Hoesen. Translation from the original 
Dutch made June i, 1763. 



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^^(P M) Fl E R E R, Vallenty n, of the Catsbaen, Albany Co. 

July 14 Wife Catherine, sons Johannes, Christian and Henrich, 

F b^^^io daughters Christina, wife of Johannes Trumpbour and 

Margretha, wife of Zachary Snyder. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and sons Christian and Hen- 
rich. Witnesses Pat Clemens of Albany Co., weaver, and 
George Rhynhard, schoolmaster. 

630 (F 15) FLANSBURCH, David, of the Mohawk River, 

Octdr: 38 Albany Co., carpenter. Wife Bautche, children David 
Novbr. 9 and Mary: John Clements of the Mohawk River, carpen- 
ter. Real and personal estate. Executors John John- 
ston and John Clements. Not signed nor witnessed, but 
proved by the testimony of William Johnston, whitesmith, 
Peter Davis, cordwinder, and Stephen Umbrat, cord- 
winder, all of Albany Co. 

631 (Fx6) FOWLER, John, of Newburgh Precinct, Ulster 
March XI ^^'^ farmer. Sons Nehemiah (has wife Abigail), Samuel 

Aug. x8 and Isaac, grandchildren James, John, Daniel and Sarah, 
children of son Daniel, children of son John, vizt. Thomas 
and Catherine, granddaughters Mary Merritt and Eliza- 
beth Clark, grandson Isaac, son of son Isaac, daughter 
Elizabeth Wiggins, granddaughters Sarah Conklin, Eliza* 
beth and Abigail KnifRn ; Phebe and Abigail Bloomer, 
Daniel KnifRn and Stephen Wiggins. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons Samuel and Isaac and Thomas 
Woolsey. Witnesses Leonard Smith, Reuben Tooker of 
Ulster Co., farmer, and Cornelious Gail. 

632 (Pz7) FRESNEAU, Peter, of Middletown, Monmouth 
Octbr. IS Co., N. J. Agnes Fresneau and John Morin Scott of N. Y. 

City executors and trustees for the children. Land in 

Albany, Orange and Westchester Co. N. Y., Sunbury and 
Stamford, Connt., Monmouth and Middlesex Co., N. J., 
personal estate. Witnesses Nonas van Pelt, David Watson 
and Jo. Burrowes. Copy. 



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633 (F 18) FULTON, David, of New Windsor Prect., Ulster 

Jvne 13 Co.y yeoman. Wife Ann, daughters Jane Harris, Ann 
Movbr. 9 Patten, sons Alexander, David, John, Hugh, grandchildren 
Thomas, son of David, David, son of Hugh, Ann, da. of 
Hugh, brother James Fulton, sister Hannah Fulton (ap- 
parently living at Cold Revier, Ireland). Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors Mathew McDowel of New 
Windsor and Jonathan Brooks of Orange Co. Witnesses 
John Dean, farmer, Beriah Palmer and Jacob Devo, 
farmer. 

«34(F 19) FONDA, Peter, of Schonectady, Albany Co. Wife 

Septbr. a Alida, son Jellis, daughter Angenitje, stepdaughter Janeca 
Stlt^T 2K Truex. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers 

Abraham and Jacob Fonda of Schonectady and nephew 
Christr Yates. Witnesses John Pecck, wheelwright, John 
Myndersen, blacksmith, and Isaac Rosa. 

635 (F 20) FORCUSON, Ephraim, of Rumbout Precinct, 

Aug. 38 Dutchess Co. Wife Hannah, sons Ephraim, Peter and 
. '772 Robert, daughters Susannah Farrington, Elizabeth Soper, 

Abigail Bogardus and Sarah. Real and personal estate^ 
Executors the wife, son Robert and Michael Vinsent. 
Witnesses Nathl Sacket of Rumbout Prect., merchant, 
Robert Mills and John Bogardus. 

636 (P 21) FRANK, Johan Conrad, of Bumetsfield, Albany 

Au^. 14 Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Frederick, Timothy, Conrad 

^ '774 and Johannes, daughters Margaritta, Elizabetha, Anna 

Maria, Anna and Eva. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Augustinus Hess and Frederic Arendorph. Wit- 
nesses Augustinus Hess, Johannes Peter Bellinger and 
Frederic Arendorph. 

637(Faa) FERRISS, Zebulon, of Dutchess Co. Wife 

zoth Day Ruth, daughters Phebe, Urania, Susannah, Ruth, sons 

6th Month David, Reed, and Zebulon. Real and personal property. 

Jany. ax Executors the wife and the two brothers Reed Ferriss 



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and Jonathan Akin. No witnesses. Proved by the testi- 
mony of Jonathan G. Tompkins of Westchester Co., 
esquire, Jonathan Akin and Reed Ferriss of Dutchess Co., 
yeomen (Quakers). 

^3«<J3^3) FALLS, Alexander, junior, of Little Britain, 

Juiy J7 Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Easter, nephew Alexanden 
^^*' son of brother Edward Falls, brothers Samuel and Ed- 

ward Falls, nephews William, son of brother George 
Falls, Alexander, James, Arthur, George, Jane, Isabella 
and Elizabeth Buchanan, children of sister Elizabeth, 
niece Isabella, da. of bro. George. Real and personal 
property. Executors bro. Edward Falls, bro.-in-law James 
Denniston and Jesse Woodhull. Witnesses Charles 
Clinton jun., of New Windsor, surgeon, Elizabeth Dennis- 
ton of the same place, spinster, and George Clinton. 

«39(Fa4) FREER, Jonas, of New Paltz Prect., Ulster Co. 

1772 

April 37 Wife Catherine, sons Johannes, Eliza, Jonas, Simon, 
A^Di^f z Petrus, da. Maria, wife of Gerrit Freer. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the five sons. Witnesses Col. 
Abrm. Hasbrouck of Kingston, merchant, Gerrit van 
Keuren of same place, blacksmith, and Jos. Hasbrouck. 

«4o (F as) FLAGLER, Simon, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutch- 

Novbr? 39 ess Co. Wife Hester, sons Zachariah, Peter, Simon and 
1775 John, daughters Joanna, wife of Henry van Voorhis, 

Elizabeth, wife of Jacob Lester, Sarah, Jane and Halanah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors John Carpenter, 
Reuben Hoplcins and Jacob Smith. Witnesses Adrian 
van Ander, David Carpenter and Peter Coonly. 

^4z (F 26) FOLK, Johannis, of Churchland. Ulster Co.. yeo- 

June 33 man. Wife Mary, sons Wilhelmus, Johannis, Aaron, 

^784 Jacob, daughters Mary, wife of Thomas Bexter, Christy, 

wife of James Jones, Leah, children of daughter Raenah, 

Jonas, son of son Wilhelmus, Laurance Folk. Real and 



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personal estate. Executors Wilhelmus Folk, Johannis 
Folk and Aaron Folk. Witnesses Jacob Maurer, Fetrus 
Maurer and Lenerd Maurer, all of Sagerties, farmers. 

^a (P a?) FALLS, Edward (bro. of No. 638), of Little Britain, 

Jany. x6 Ulster Co., innholder. Wife Catherine, sons Alexander 
Pebry. 19 ^^^ George, daughters Esther and Frances, brother 

Samuel, nephew William, son of dec'd bro. George. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, Archibald Little 
of Oxford and David HoUiday of New Windsor. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Belknap, Jane Wilson and Daniel Gold- 
smith jun. 

^3(F^a«) FELTON, Lewis, of Captain Motts Co., CoL 

Octbr. ao Lambs Artillery, leaves his clothing and four months pay 

due to his comrade Joseph van Amburgh. Witness Chs 

Laino ? 

644 (Fa9) FINCER, Johannis, of Livingston Manor, Albany 

Aug. z2 Co. Sons Michael, David, Coenrat, Jacob and Petrus, 



*78a daughters Elisabeth, wife of Hendrick B. Smith, Anna, 

wife of Jacob Blass, grandson Johannis, son of dec'd da. 
Catherine, late wife of Peter M. Blass, children of son 
Michael. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
David, Coenrat and Jacob and Dirck Jansen. Witnesses 
Albertus Simon, Jesaias Lup, farmers, and Neal McFall. 

^45^ 3«) FERDON, John, of Poghkeepsie Prect., Dutchess 

AuflT. 13 Co. Son Johannis, daughters Mary, Catherine, Phebe^ 

Novbr. I Elizabeth and Gertruy, son-in-law Henry Scott. Real 

and personal estate. Executors brothers Zachariah and 

Jacob Ferdon. Witnesses Zachariah fferdon, yeoman, 

Johannis fferdon and Richard Sncdeker. 

^4MF^3x) FINN, Robert, of Orange Co., esquire. Wife Pa- 

April 25 tience, son William, daughter Dinah. Real and personal 
March zo property (a large bible). Executors brother Anthony 

Finn. Witnesses Constant Rowley, yeoman, and Robert 

Armstrong. 



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647 (F 3a) 

178X 

May 9 

Octbr. zo 



FLINN, David, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess Co* 
Cousins Zebulon and Jacob, sons of Hezekiah Mills* 
" Worldly estate." Executors uncle Hezekiah Mills and 
Thomas Stilwell of Charlotte Precinct, yeoman. Wit- 
nesses Richard Amberman, James Weeks and Thomas 
Stilwell. 



648 (F 33) 

1781 

Auff. 6 

Decbr. 39 



FILKINS, Isaac, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess Co. 
Sons Peter, Isaac, Henry, Abraham, Jacobus, da. Lanah, 
Joseph Slicks and Enuch Lefler. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son Peter and John W. Allen. Wit- 
nesses John W. Allen, Reuben Sarles and Catren Allen. 



649 (F 34) 

NoTor. II 

1784 
Novbr. 6 



FRYER, John, of Albany City, mariner. Daugh* 
ters Sarah, wife of Edward Willett and her son Samuel, 
and Lydia, wife of Matthew Visscher and her son 
Bastian. Real and personal estate. Executors sons- 
in-law Edward Willett and Matthew Visscher and Robert 
Yates. Witnesses Bastejan Visscher, Peter W. Hilton^ 
cooper, and John N. Visscher, gentleman. 



650 (F 35) 

1783 
Septbr. xz 

Decbr. 33 



FAULKENDER, William, of Wallkil Precinct, 
Ulster Co. Wife Mary, sons James, Joseph, William, 
Samuel. Real and personal estate. No executors named. 
Witnesses James Caldwall, John Dill and Eben*r Clark. 



651 (F 36) 

1784 
March 16 

Octbr. 10 



65a (F 37) 

Febry. 12 
May 6 



FOULCER, Thomas, of Currys Brook, Schenec 
tady Distr., Albany Co. Daughter Reb'h, wife of Wil- 
liam Fuller of Albany, sons Thomas and Benjamin. 
Real and personal estate. Executor Charles Martin of 
Schenectady, merchant. Witnesses Thomas Thornton, 
yeoman, James Wasson and John Wasson. 

FOWLER, Nehemiah, of Newburgh Precinct, 
Ulster Co. Wife Abigail, nephew Samuel, son of bro. 
Samuel Fowler. " Worldly estate." Executors the wife 



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and Nchemiah Smith. Witnesses Henry ter Bush and 
Thurston Wood, yeoman. 



«5S(F38) 

1786 
NoTbr. z6 

1787 
Febry. 26 



FIERO, Johann Christian, of Kingston Corpo- 
ration, Ulster Co., yeoman. Sons Valentine, David, 
Christian, Peter, daughters Margaret, wife of Yurry 
Hommel, Anna, wife of Hieronimus Gemreyk, Lydia, 
wife of Coenrad Lesher, Esther, wife of Lourence Falk, 
Rosina, wife of Johannes Fitzel and Catherine, grandson 
Jeremiah Fitzel. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Peter Backer, Ludwigh Roessell and Wilhelmus Falk. 
Witnesses Hermanus Rechtmeyer of Sagerties, black- 
smith, William Davenport of the same place, farmer, and 
John Davenport. 



^54 (F 39) 
1786 

Septbr. 8 

Octbr. 16 



FORTy JohanniSy of Poughkeepsie Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Rebeccah, sons Abraham and John 
I., daughters Elizabeth, wife of James Bussing, Hannah, 
wife of Aaron Low, Deborah, wife of Casparus Wester- 
velt, Francintjc, wife of Andrew Low, and Aleda. Real 
and personal property. Executors son Abraham, Cas- 
parus Westervelt and Samuel Mathers. Witnesses Ben- 
jamin Westervelt, James Elderkin, farmers, and Gileath 
Hunt. 



«55 (F 40) 

1786 
Decbr. 30 

1787 
Febry. 8 



FISHy Thomas, of Armenia Precinct, nuncupative 
will of, leaves personal estate to wife Maryann. Wit- 
nessed by Jonathan Deuel, Jacob Bockee, John Mac- 
Donald, Gabriel Douzenbery and Joseph Tar Bush. 



^56(F4i) 

z8oo 

Hay 26 

Joly 9 



FITSCERALDy ThomaSy of Albany City. 
Stepson John Lowry, Thomas Main and Richard Allan- 
son. Real and personal estate. Executor Richard 
Allanson. Witnesses George McElcheran, William Han- 
nagan and John van Ness Yates. 



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657 

X7S7 
Aug. 30 



658 

Octbr. 15 
Octbr. 2Z 



659 



X79S 
^br. zo 

Octbr. zo 



Septi 



660 
Decbr. . 



1797 
Jany. 13 

French 



661 

^'79« 
Octbr. 4 

1799 
Jany. 3 



662 

1816 
Octbr. 28 
Decbr. 10 



FITCH, Abel, of Yarmouth, Barnstable Co., Mass. 
Letters of administration on the estate of, granted to 
Naomi Fitch of the same place. Recorded Wills and 
Probates, Vol. I., p. 173. 

FLETCHER, Thomas, of N. Y. City, stone- 
cutter. Susannah Bowers, " my dearly beloved friend/* 
"Worldly estate." Executors Robert Baird and Jona- 
than Wilder. Witnesses Michael FuUam and Robert 
Elliott. Recorded ut supra p. 508. 

FAR R ELL, James, of N. Y. City. James Ryan 
sole heir of real and personal estate. No executor named. 
Witnesses Alex. Anderson, of N. Y. City, physician. 
Caleb Fowler of N. Y. City, butcher, appointed adminis- 
trator. Recorded ut supra p. 526. 

FAU RE, Ppe. Codicil to a will, made at Leoganne 
in January or February 1794, which it annuls. Wife and 
three children in France. Plantations known by the 
names of Baville, Parish of Fond des Negres La Croix 
des Palmistes, in the Parish of Baynet and in that of 
Tapion, near Petit Goave. The wife executrix and 
guardian of children. No witnesses. Recorded Vol. IL, 
p. 14. 

FARREL, John, of N. Y. City, leaves outstanding 
debts, amounting to $56. 2 sh. to Patrick Lynch executor 
and Thomas Hollalian. Witnesses John Hobin and 
Thomas Hallahan. Recorded ut supra, p. 15$. 

FOWLER, Stephen, of Brunswick, Rensselaer 
Co. Parents Isaac Fowler and wife Mary, wife Eliza- 
beth, children Ammon, Abraham G. and Delilah. Real 
and personal property. Executors brother Gilbert 
Fowler of N. Y. City merchant and William McManus of 
Troy, counsellor-at-law. Witnesses Jacob Schermerhorn, 
James Roberts, Charlotte Fowler. Recorded ibidem, p. 

335. 



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663 
X807 

Febry. 17 

1827 
Octbr. x8 



664 

1703-4 

March 21 

1706 
May II 



665 
1824 

April 10 
1825 

March 7 



FRANKLIN, Samuel, of N. Y. City merchant, 
" being of advanced age." Sons Abraham and John, son- 
in-law William I. Robinson. House and lot in Pearl Str» 
N. Y.y running to Cliff Str., land on Greenwich Road, lot 
between Water and Front Str., N. Y. Executors the 
two sons. Witnesses Henry Franklin of Middleburgh, 
Schohary Co. (Quaker), Peter Hawes, Benjamin Clark, 
both of N. Y. City counsellors at law, the last a Quaker. 
Son Abraham had been dead at date of proof for two 
years, leaving widow Ann and ten children viz : Eliza T., 
Esther, widow of Thomas Walden of N. Y. City mer- 
chant, William Henry, Benjamin T., James T., Catherine, 
Abraham, John C, Anna T., wife of Philip W. Engs of 
N. Y. City merchant, and Maria Matilda Franklin. The 
daughter Sarah, wife of William T. Robinson, has been 
dead 20 years, leaving eight children vizt. Hester, wife of 
Jonas Minturn of N. Y. City merchant, Emma, wife of 
John Grimshaw of N. Y. City merchant, Mary, wife of 
Wm. Hunter of Rhode Island lawyer, Ann, wife of John 
B. Toulmin of Alabama, Abigail, wife of Joseph Pierce of 
Massachusetts, Franklin Robinson of Alabama, Roland 
R. Robinson of Indiana and William R. Robinson of 
Indiana. Recorded Vol. IV., p. 226. 

FREDRICKSEN, Myndert, of Albany City, 

blacksmith. Wife Pietertie, sons Burger, living in New 
York, Fredrick, Johannis, Reynier, da. Neeltie, wife of 
Hendrick Dow, who has da. Pietertie. House and lot 
hard by the Church in Cow Street, Albany, garden be- 
hind the Fort, personal property (a great silver tankard, 
church book with silver clasps and chain, a silver tumbler, 
marked M. F). The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Albert Ryckman, Evert Bancker, I. Abeel and Robert 
Livingston jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills L, p. 122. 

FRYER, John, of Guilderland, Albany Co. Wife 
Maria, sons John, Jacob, Abraham, Alexander, Derick, 
and William, daughters Hannah, wife of Peter Mesick, 
Maritie, wife of John van Wagenen, Elisabeth, wife of 



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666 (G I) 

1685 
Aug. 14 



667 (G a) 
1770 

Jnly 4 
1771 

Mayas 



668 (G 3) 

Febry. 14 

1710 

Ang. ai 

Dntch 



Hendrick Crounse jun., and Barbara. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons John and Jacob with Wm. Mc- 
Kown, Abel French and James McKown. Witnesses 
Peter van Auken, N. v. Valkenburgh and Peter Wormer. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills I., part 2, p. 130. 

OLEN, Jacob Sanderson, of Albany City. 

Present wife Catharina and her children Joannis, 10 years 
old, Annetje, about 8 years, Jacob about 6 years, Helena^ 
about 2 years and an expected child. Land in the juris- 
diction of Shanegtade and elsewhere, personal property. 
No land to be sold or alienated to persons not nearest in 
blood. Brothers Sander and Johannis to be tutors of 
children and executors. Witnesses Dirck Wesselsen ten 
Broek and Johannes Wendel. Copy of translation from 
original Dutch. 

OOETCHIUS, Johannis Mauritius, of 

Shawengunk Precinct, Ulster Co., minister of the gospel. 
Wife Catharina, nephews Henricus and Mauritius, sons 
of bro. Henricus Goetchius, George, son of sister Ann 
and Rev. Coenraad Wirtz dec'd. Land in Shawengunk 
Precinct and in New Paltz Patent. Executors the wife, 
Johannis Jansen jun., and Benjamin Smedes jun. Wit- 
nesses Henricus Schoonmaker, Elias van Bunschoten and 
Joseph Coddingtoii of New Paltz, schoolmaster. 

GOES, Jan Tyson, of Kinderhook, Albany Co. 
Wife Steyntje Jans, sons Tys, Jan, Dirk, daughters 
Teuntie, Anna Jans, Judith, Meutje and Maycke. Real 
and personal property. Executors not named. Wit- 
nesses Pieter van Buuren, Dirck van der Kar, Paulus van 
vieg. Notary Public. John Goes appointed adminis- 
trator. 



669 (G 4) 
1706 

Septbr. a6 

1707 

Octbr. 4 



OLEN, Johannis, of Schonectady, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Janneke, sons Jacob Sandersen and Jo- 
hannis, bro. Sanders Glen. Real and personal estate. 



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Executors bro.-in-la\v Abraham Cuyler and Johannis 
Beakman, both of Albany City. Witnesses Reycr 
Schermerhoorn, Johannis Glen and John Collins. Proved 
at Albany before the Gouvernour, Lord Cornbury. 



^o (G 5) 

1709-10 

Jany. a8 

1740 

Novbr. 6 
Dutch 



GARDINER, Samuel Jacobs, of Albany Co. 

Wife Helena, son Dirck and seven other children, not 
named. Real and personal estate. No executor named. 
Witnesses Luycas Gerrit Wyngaert, Pietcr van Slyck and 
Pieter van Alen (the first two dead at date of proof). 



671 (G 6) 

171 1 
May 10 



GARDNER, Benjamin, of West Farms, West- 
chester Co. Wife Elizabeth, sisters Elizabeth Hunt, 
Margret Hadden, Mery Oakley and Hannah, wife of John 
Hedger, cousins Elizabeth Dickerman and Sarah Hedly. 
Real and personal property. Executors sisters Elizabeth, 
Margret, Mercy and Hannah. Witnesses John Bartow 
and Cirely Legate. Copy. 



672 (G 7) 

1721 
Febry. 21 

1727 
March 4 



GENOUNG, Margaret, of Flushing, Queens 
Co., widow. Sons John, Jeremiah, daughters Hannah 
Hedger, Susannah Louerser, granddaughters Hannah 
Debreas and Charity Fiero. Real and personal property. 
Executors Stephen Ryder and James Clement. Wit- 
nesses Gabriel Luff, Joel Burroughs and J. Smith. Signa- 
tures missing. 



^73 (G 8) 

1724 
April 10 
1729-30 

Febry. 24 



GIRARD, Abraham, of N. Y. City, sailmaker. 
Wife Anne and friend Michael Vaughton of N. Y. City 
sailmaker, heirs and executors of real and personal prop- 
erty. Witnesses Jacobus Kip, Abra. Boelen and Abrah. 
Gouverneur. 



^4 (G 9) 
1726 

Septbr. 24 
Oclbr. 4 



GUI MAR D, Palere, of Wagachkemeck, Ulster 
Co. Son Paiere (Pierre), daughters Hester, wife of Philipp 
du Bois, Anna, wife of Jacobus Swartwout, Elisabeth and 
Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors the son 



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67s (G 10) 

1740 
April 39 

1760 
March 17 



676(6x1) 

Octbr. 30 

1748 
June 16 



with sons-in-law Fhilipp du Bois and Jacobus Swartwout. 
Witnesses Louis Bevier, Stephen Nottingham and W. 
Nottingham. 

CROENENDYCK, Peter, of Schonectady, Al- 

bany Co., trader. Wife Margrita, sisters Mary and Anna 
Groenendyck and Sara Stevenson, nephew John Steven- 
son, niece Sara Stevenson. Personal estate (six silver 
spoons). Executors Philipp Livingston and James 
Stevenson, both of Albany, merchants. Witnesses Ino. de 
Peyster, John Beeckman jun. and William Livingston. 

CESSENER, Hendrick, of Tappan, Orange Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, daughter Grietje, wife of Jacob Vallen- 
tine, son John. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, Isaac Blaewvelt and Johannes Ferdon. Wit- 
nesses Johannis Waldron, Gcrrit Eckercen and Jacobus 
Vlierboom. 



677 (G la) 

Septbr. 19 

1748 

June a 

Dutch 



«7« (G 13) 

1746 

May 3 



Oct 



1750 
:tbr. a4 



679 (G 14) 
Decor. 



ao 



1751 
ivbn 



Novbr. ai 



CERRETSEN, Maria, widow of Jan, of Albany 
City. Sons Adam and Cornelius van den Bergh, daugh- 
ters Anna, wife of Adam Staats, Maria, wife of Wissel 
van Schaick. Real and personal property (a large silver 
cup, three silver spoons, one do from Margrieta ten Broek, 
a silver cup). Mother's name Anna van Woort. Execu- 
tors son Cornelius and da. Maria. Witnesses Thomas 
Sharpe, James Sharpe and John Schuyler. 

CALE, John, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., gent. 
Wife Mary, sons John, Daniel Thomas, Abraham, Heze- 
kiah, Samuel and Benjamin, da. Catherine Ludlum. Real 
and personal property. Executors the wife and sons John 
and Samuel. Witnesses Silas Leonard, Noah Holly and 
William ffinn. 

CIVEEN, John, junior. Sisters Sarah and Mary, 
two nieces, daughters of sister Martha and Andrew Mc- 
Dougall ; father still living. Real and personal estate. 



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Executors Michael Jackson of Goshen, Orange Co. and 
John Whorry of Ulster Co., both refusing to act, Sarah 
McMasters, sister of dec'd, is appointed administratrix. 
Witnesses Samuel Crawford, Janet McNeal of New York 
City and John McNeal. See No. 68i. 

^8o(Gi5) OONSALUS, Manuel, jun., of Mammecatting, 

Octbr. 17 Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Rymerigh, children Manuel, 
Se^'if^m Daniel, Johanna, Elizabeth, Maria, Jacobus and Samuel 

heirs and executors of real and personal property. Wit- 
nesses Philippus Meller, cordwainer, Counrat Grs. Elmen- 
dorph, yeoman and P. Edmundus Elmendorph. 

^81 (G 16) GIVEN, John, of Hunting Grove, Ulster Co., cord- 

Aug. 23 wainer. Wife Margaret, son John and Robert, daughters 
'755 Mary, Margaret and Sarah, grandsons John Wool and 

John McDoual. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, Charles Clinton and John Young. Witnesses 
James Green, Arthur Beatty and Henery McNelley. Vide 
No. 679. 

682 (G 17) CARTON, Anna, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., 

Ma72o spinster. Nephew Daniel Broadhead of Dansbery, 
X763 Bucks Co., Penna. sole heir and executor of real and per- 

sonal goods. Witnesses Evert Bogardus, Gerrit van 
Buren and John Crooke. 

683 (Gx8) CREEN, JOHN, of Crumelbow Prect, Dutchess 

May^xz ^^* ^if^ Elizabeth, sons John and Tobias, daughters 
Maj— Mary Elizabeth and Ann. Real and personal estate. 
Executors father-in-law Christian Tobias and cousin 
Israel Green, both of Crumelbow Prect. Witnesses 
Joshua Haight, Daniel Tobias and Adomiah Newcomb. 
Copy made March 15, 1768. 

^84(Gx9) CREAC, Hugh, of Blagg's Clove, Goshen Prect., 

April 9 Orange Co. Wife Jane, " eldest " son Robert, no other 
^'758 children mentioned. Real and personal estate. Execu- 



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tors the wife, James Bartley of Wallkil, Alexander Falls 
of Little Britain and Henry Smith of Newbourgh. Wit- 
nesses Samuel Moffat of Orange Co., farmer, John Car- 
penter and Samuel Smith. 

^5 (G 20) Original of No. 683. 

W^(Gax) 01 LB E ART, Caleb, of Orange Co., yeoman. 

Apru 19 Sons Ebenezer, Stephen, John and Joshua, daughters 

Ad^x8 Phebe Goldsmith and Hannah Gilbert. Real and per- 

sonal property. Executors Silas Person and Samuel 

Birds Eye. Witnesses Luke Clarke, Mary Mosure and 

Fletcher Mathews of Ulster Co., attorney-at-law. 

687(0 32) CALE, Samuel, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife 

Febry. 14 Elizabeth, sons Samuel, Asay and Richard, daughters 
W7 Julianna, wife of George Dekay, Dorothy and an ex- 

pected child. Real and personal property. Executors 
the wife, William Worthrinton of Saybrook and John 
Gale of Goshen. Overseers Benjamin Carpenter of Go« 
shen and Henery Wsonow (? ?). Witnesses Joseph Wood, 
Israel Parshall and Jonathan Cory junior. 

688 (Gaa) GALE, Daniel, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife Di- 

Julj 3 ^^^* sons Daniel and Moses, brothers John, Benjamin, 

Septbr. 27 Samuel and Coe Gale, nephew and niece William and 

Temperance Gale. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brother John Gale and William Denn, both of Goshen. 
Witnesses Nathaniel Bayles, wheelwright, Isaac Smith, 
planter, both of Goshen, and James Thomson. 

689(G24) GREEN, John, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., yeo- 

Jany!^io man. Wife Sarah, children John, Sarah Belden, Abagal 

i7^« Coray and Mary Hait, grandchildren James and Rode, 

*^ '* ^ children of da. Elizabeth and Jeams Moser dec'd. Real 

and personal property. Executors the wife and Jacob 

Dunning. Witnesses Thomas Pain and Elijah Reeve of 

Orange Co., blacksmith. 



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690 (G as) 

1*760 
Octbr. 10 
Novbr. 4 



69X (G 26) 
• 1760 

Decbr. x8 
Z76X 

March 5 



692 (G 27) 
1760 . 
June 13 

1763 
May 20 



693 (G 28) 

1762 
Septbr. — 

1763 
Aug. 6 



694 (G 29) 

xxth Day 
4th Month 

Febry, 20 



695 (G 30) 

1763 

May 3 

May 19 



CALEy John, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeoman. 
Sons Doctor John, Benjamin, Koe, and Samuel, daugh- 
ters Sarah and Cuzziah. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons Doctor John and Benjamin. Witnesses 
John Everett, John Ludlum and Sam Gale of Orange 
Co., shopkeeper. See No. 721. 

GREEN, William, of Crum Elbo Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Wife Marther, sons Stephen, William and Joseph. 
Real and personal estate. Executors son Stephen, Wil- 
liam Doughty and Israel Green. Witnesses John Roberts, 
Susannah Pudney and Zephaniah Piatt. 

CERMOND, Isaac, of Crom Elbow Prect., 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Sons Isaac, Peter, John, James, 
daughters Mary Filkin and Sarah Hewstead and her chil- 
dren Susannah Smith and Germond Hewstead, grandson 
Isaac, son of Isaac Germond. Real and personal estate. 
Executor son James. Witnesses Hobart Hanbrough, 
Richard Post and Clear Everitt. 

OANSEVORT, Leonard, of Albany City, brewer. 
Wife Catherine, sons Harmen, Johannis, Peter. Real 
and personal estate (a silver tankard). Executors sons 
Harmen and Johannis. Witnesses Abraham Douw, Pie- 
ter de Wandelaer and Volkert Am. Douw. 

OOU LD, John, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Mary, sons William, Adam and James. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son William Gould and Ru- 
ben Palmer. Witnesses Joshua Haight, Aaron Vail, 
William Palmer jun. 

CILLETT, Joel, of Amelia Precinct, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Mary, sons Abner, Moses and Eli, daughters Lucy 
Dunham, Mary and Sarah. "Worldly estate," all per- 
sonal. Executors the wife and Nicholas Delavergne. 
Witnesses Daniel Barn, William Barker and Daniel 
Roberts. 



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«^(G3i) 

17^3 
May I 

,1775 
Ang. 2 J 



ORIOO, Thomas, of N. Y. City, joJncn Wife 
Hannah, ** eldest " son Thomas, no other children men- 
tioned. " Whole estate." Executor the wife. Witnesses 
Edward Man, Abraham Quick and Joseph Hildreth of N. 
Y. City, schoolmaster. Copy. 



697(9 3a) 

176s 
SepttM*. II 

April 9 



OARDENIER, Dirk, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Barrentie, widow of bro. Samuel Gardenier and 
her children Derick, Cornelia and Johanna; Johanna, 
widow of bro. Jacob G., sister Josina Gardenier, nephews 
Samuel S. Gardenier and his sisters, Samuel H. Gardenier, 
Derick Gardenier jun. and sisters ; sister Angeltie, widow 
of Johannis Schermerhoom. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Peterus van Slyck and Johannis van Slyck. 
Witnesses Jacob D. Vosburgh, Johannes Vosburgh, and 
Jacob Freese. 



698(933) 
1765 

Jany. 13 



Nov 



mo 
ovbr. I 



CELSTON, Samuel, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 
Co. Wife Elizabeth, children of son William, vizt: 
Samuel, Elizabeth and Lucy, grandson Samuel Curry. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Michael Jackson 
and Thomas Welling, both of Orange Co., yeoman. Wit- 
nesses Timothy Back (Buck ?), Rachel Cleark and Joseph 
Clarke. 



^ (9 34) 
1768 

Septbr. 27 

Novbr. I 



GALE, Jacob, of Orange Co. Wife Rebecca and 
an expected child ; brothers Peter, David and Abraham 
Gale. Real and personal property. Executors brothers 
Peter and David Gale. Witnesses John Gale, Margaret 
Wood worth and Wm. Denn. 



700 (9 35) 

1768 
Septbr. 16 

Septbr. 2y 



CAR DIN I ER, Andrles, of the Mohawk River, 
Albany Co., yeoman. Sons Nicholas, Matthew, daugh- 
ters Rachel, Rebecca, Esther and Catherine. Real and 
personal property. Executors Samuel Gardinier and 
Dow Fonda, both of the Mohawk River, yeomen. Wit- 
nesses John McKinney, Adam Gardenyr, Saml. Gardener. 



IS 



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701 (G 36) 

1769 

Septbr. 20 

1770 
March 31 



70a (G 37) 
March 31 



703 (G 38) 

1771 
Septbr. 17 

Z78Z 
June 25 



704 (G 39) 

1772 

April 23 

June 3 



CLEN, Johannis, of Albany City, merchant. Chil- 
dren of brother Jacob Glen dec'd, vizt : John, Hendrick, 
Cornelius and Jannetje, wife of Abraham C. Cuyler, 
children of sister Catherine, wife of Johannis Cuyler, vizt : 
Elsje, wife of Barent ten Eyck, John Cuyler jun., Cor- 
nelius Cuyler jun. and Jacob Cuyler. Real and personal 
estate. Executors John Glen jun., Hendrick Glen, Cor- 
nelius Glen, John Cuyler jun., Cornelius Cuyler and Jacob 
Cuyler. Witnesses John Cuyler, Isaac Verplanck and 
Abraham Yates jun. 

CILLASPY, Neai, of Wallkil Precinct, Ulster 

Co., yeoman. Wife , sons Neal, Daniel ; Alexander 

Campbell; da. Catty, wife of William Goodjon. Land in 
Scotch or Argyle Patent, personal property. Executors 
Alexander Kidd and David Jager. Overseer Cadwallader 
Colden jun. Witnesses Thomas Beatty, Samuel Haines 
of Ulster Co., yeoman, and Archibald McNeal. 

OOVERNEUR, Jacoba, of N. Y. City. Sister 
Maria Farmer, niece Hester Governeur, Nicholas Gover- 
neur and sister Magdalen Hall, Isaac Low of N. Y. City 
merchant, nephew Abraham Governeur, Frances, wife of 
Jacob Sharpe, Rineir Skates, Peter Farmer, Jasper 
Farmer. " My estate," part of which came from sister 
Elizabeth, plate including a silver tankard, on which is 
engraved the Governeur coat of arms, china, an Arabian 
gold piece, a small picture, burnt on glass. Executors 
Nicholas Governeur and Isaac Low. Witnesses Gerard 
Walton of N. Y. City, gentleman, Richard Ray, Samuel 
Ray. Copy. 

GRIFFIN, Jonathan, of Charlotte Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Maryi daughters Sarah and 
Dorothy^ an expected child. Real and personal estate. 
Executors brother Bartholomew Griffin and bro.-in-law 
Jacob Thorn, both of Charlotte Precinct. Witnesses 
Thos. Barker, James Jackson, yeoman, and Daniel Smith. 



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705(640) CARDINIER, Jacob, of Klynekil, Kinderhook 

Septbr. 26 Township, Albany Co., fanner. Sons Johannis Jacobsen 
'7^4 and Hendrick Jacobsen Gardinier heirs and executors 

of real and personal estate. Witnesses Samuel H. Gar- 
dinier, Elisabeth Cantine and Peter Cantine jun. Printed 
form of will. 



^^i?-5'^ GOURLAY, James, of Albany City, merchant. 

Octbr. 9 Father James Gourlay, brothers Robert, Samuel and 
Decbr. 17 John, sister Margret. Excludes " my putative wife Ann 
Schuyler and the male child she has (the same being 
none of my begetting)." Real and personal estate. 
Executors the father, brothers, sister and Hugh Gray. 
Witnesses Alex. Cruikshank, Mathew Watson and Joseph 
Anderson, all of Albany. On parchment. 

707 (G 4a) GRAY, William, of Cambridge Township, Albany 

Decbr. 2$ Co., husbandman. The father, brothers Hugh, Matthew, 
Fcbnr^io Jacob and David, sisters Dorothy Gilmore, Esther and 

Phebe. " Worldly estate." Executor James Cowdin of 
Cambridge. Witnesses Robert Gillmore, Hugh Gray and 
John McClung. 

7o8(G43) GARDENIER, Josina, of Kline Kil, Kinder. 

1774 
Octbr. I hook, Albany Co., spinster. Nephew Dirk Gardenier 

Q^7'^ sole heir and executor of personal estate. Witnesses 

Samuel Gardenier, farmer, Arthur B. Nygent and John 

C. Holland. 

709(G^44) GILCHRIST, Alexander, of Argyle Township, 

Septbr. 20 Charlotte Co. Wife and sons mentioned, but not by 
'^®4 names, daughters Jane, Catherine, Agnes, Flora and Mar- 

gret. Real and personal estate. Executors Duncan 
Gilchrist and John McNeil. Witnesses John McDougall 
and Alexander McDougall, farmers. Proved in Wash- 
ington Co. 



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^'^ ^77^^ GOES, Christina, of Kinderhook District, Albany 

Majj Co., widow, da. of Peter van Alen. Daughters Jane, wife 

Nm^ao ^^ Cornelis J. Sebring and Josina, wife of Thomas Witt- 

beek, sons Lowrens D. and Dirck Goes. Personal estate. 
Executors bro.-in-law Luykas L Goes and friend Henry 
van Schaack. Witnesses John D. Goes, fanner, Johannis 
Goes and Elizabeth Huyck. 

^"iw^** OOLDSIVIITH, Benjamin, of Goshen. Orange 

Octbr. 19 Co. Wife Jamima, da. Mary, sons James, Benjamin, 
JttM 15 Daniel and John. *' My estate." Executors father Rich- 
ard Goldsmith, brother Richard Goldsmith and Bimuel 
Youngs, all of Orange Co. Witnesses Brinton Paine of 
Dutchess Co., Major Viner van Zandt and Joseph Winter. 
Proved in Dutchess Co. See No. 720. 

^",SL^^* ORAHAIVI, Ennis, late of N. Y. City, merchant, 

•7/7 
Septbr. 15 now of Middlesex Co., N. J., born in North Britain. 

Septbr.a4 yjK^ Elizabeth, sons Ennis, Alexander, John, James, 

Edward, Charles and William, daughters Sarah, Eliza- 
beth and Jane. "Worldly estate" (plate). Executors 
the wife, Walter Buchanan of N. Y. City, merchant, and 
John Thomson of N. Y. City, sadler and merchant. Wit- 
nesses Israel Read, Michael Field and Peter Cockran. 
Proved in Middlesex Co., N. J. Copy. 

7«3(G4«) GETTY, James, of New Perth, Charlotte Co. 

1770 
Octbr. 15 Testimony of John Rowan, Patrick Wilson and Wm. Mc- 

Farland, that James Getty signed on Feby. 10 or 11, 

1772 a will leaving real and personal property to wife 

Jean and children Robert, Ebenezer, Isaac and Sarah, 

appointing John Rowan and Wm. McFarland executors. 

It was signed by Doctor Thomas Clark, Patrick Willson 

and John Livingston. 

7M(G^49) ORIDLEY, Noah, of Albany Co., yeoman. Wife 

Inhr JO , children Mary, Noah, Rebecca and Nathaniel. Real 

Septbr. 4 



Calendar of Wills. 165 



and personal property. Executors the wife and Matthew 
Adgate. Witnesses Mat Adgate of Kings District, Al- 
bany Co., esquire, Allen Beach, and Timothy Buck. 
Proved in Ukter Co. 

^'5}^5o) O p 1 008, J oh n, of Newburgh. Ulster Co., yeoman. 

Novbr. 3 Wife Martha, sons Samuel, John, Ferdinand, daughters 
j}^^^ 5 Elizabeth, Sarah and Mary. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, son Samuel, and Colonel Thomas 
Palmer. Witnesses Cattrin, wife of Moses Ward late of 
N. Y., now of Newburgh, carpenter, John Foster and 
Samuel Edmonds. 

'^Vm^^ OAULT, William, late of Chery Valy, yeoman, 

MarcB 4 '* being of a grate age." Natural son William sole heir 
Decbrf 10 ^"^ executor of real and personal estate. Witnesses Wil- 
liam Harper, John Harper, Hanry Bogart and Archibald 
Harper. Proved in Montgomery Co. 

^'^iTte^^ CINSALIS, John. Present wife and son by her 

April 10 John, other children Peter and Hannah, grandsons John 

April^iS Miles, son of a daughter, Imanuel, son of son Joseph ; 

Tiney Bulson. Real and personal property. Executors 

son Peter Ginsalis and Cornelius Bulson. Witnesses 

Peter Blane and Tunis. Proved in Albany Co. 

7««yjS3) OILBORT, Josiah, of Gray Court, Orange Co. 

Septbr. — Wife Hannah, chfldren Elizabeth (and children), Mary 

(and two children), Calip (and three children), Hannah 
Brasted, Sara Person, Bethia Seely ; Elizabeth and Han- 
nah Person, Martha Gilbert, grandsons Gilbert Seely, 
James Davisson Seely and Josiah Breasted. Real and 
personal property. Executors the wife, Siles Person of 
Hamtinborough and Birdeyes Youngs. Witnesses Phil. 
Doyle of Orange Co., schoolmaster, John Carpenter and 
Jonas Seely. 



Octhr. 10 



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7«9 (O 54) 

1781 

NofW.aS 

X784 

Mays 



OILLDERSLEEVE, Benjamin. Wife Han- 

nahy sons James, Joseph, Elkanah, Benjamin and 
Thomas; Nathaniel Gildersleeve (doubtful, whether a 
son, brother, nephew or cousin). " Temporal estate." 
Executors the wife and Nathaniel Gildersleeve. Wit- 
nesses Francis Hasbrouck of Rombout Precinct, yeoman, 
and Mathew Valentine. Proved in Dutchess Co. 



720(055) 
178Z 

Much 3 

1780 

June 16 (su,) 



GOLDSMITH, Richard, senior, of New Com- 
wall Precinct, Orange Co. Son Richard, grandchildren 
James, Benjamin, Daniel, Richard, John and Mary Gold- 
smith, daughters Susannah, Abigail and Anne. Real and 
personal property. Executors son Richard Goldsmith 
jun., Edward Neely, Henry Winsner and John Seers. 
Witnesses William Hudson, James Mathews and James 
Martin. Copy. Vide No. 711. 



731 (G 56) 

178a 
Febrv. 38 

1786 
March aa 



GALE, Benjamin, of Goshen Co. Wife Eleanor, 
mother Hannah Gale, nephews John, Moses and Benja- 
min, sons of brother Coe Gale, daughter Keziah Gale, 
nephew Bctnjamin, son of bro. Samuel Gale, niece Sarah, 
da. of Roger Townsend. Real and personal property. 
Executors brothers Doctor John Gale and Coe Gale and 
Anthy. Carpenter. Witnesses Jared Eliot, William Mc- 
Millian, Jane Barker and Reuben Hopkins of Orange Co., 
attorney at law. See No. 690. 



733 (G 57) 

1783 
Octbr. Z3 
NoTbr.'i8 



GREEN, Joseph, of the Fishkils, Dutchess Co. 
Daughter Sarah Cooper, granddaughters Mary and Sarah 
Green, sons Joseph and Jeremiah, grandsons of James 
Green, vizt : Joseph, Daniel and James, daughters of John 
ter Boosh, vizt : Elisabeth and Sarah. Real and personal 
property. Executors the two sons Joseph and Jeremiah 
Green. Witnesses Silvanus Pine, yeoman, Philipp Pine 
and Teunis du Bois, cooper. 



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^ijte^ GRIFFIN, Obadiah, of the Nine Partncis. Datch- 

^^J^^ ^ss Co. Wife , sons Edward, Bartholomew and 

jyj^ Mical, daughter Dorrity, grandson Obediah HallodL 

W«vW.ai Real and personal estate. Executors Jonathan Holms 
and Nathaniel Brown. Witnesses Jonathan Griffin* Sam- 
uel Doughty, farmer, and Ann Lockward. 

^i^^* GODWIN, Henry, of Rumbouts Prect, Dutchess 

Co. (has been prisoner of war). Wife Catelina, children 



. I 

Jmmts Abraham Gates Godwin, daughters Phebea, Helena and 
Henrietta Godwin. Real and personal property. Execu- 
tors the wife and ''trusty friend and brother Samuel 
Demarest.** Witnesses James Cooper, merchant, Ad<rfplie 
Degrove jun. and Stephen Seaman. Codicil of March 9, 
1782, names " trusty friend and brother Obadiah Cooper ** 
as additional executor. Witnesses James Wills, fanner, 
Willbm Brewer and Daniel le Dew. 

^Tti^^ COR8LINE, Samuel, of Rumbouts Prednct, 

M^ as Dutchess Co., farmer. Sons Samuel, William, James, 
^^"^'7 Richard and Jose, daughters Martha, Elizabeth, Sarah 
and Ruth. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Samuel, William and Richard Gorsline and son4n4aw 
George Adriance. Witnesses Obadiah Cooper, merchant* 
Stephen Smith, hatter, both of Rumbouts Prednct, and 
Michael Trempcr. 

7a6(G6i) CARN8EY, John, of Amenia Prednct, Dutchess 

m3Si9 Co. Wife Anna, sons John, Nathan, Daniel, Peter, 
'T^ Noah, daughters Anna, Dorcas, wife of Job Thurston, 

Eunis. ** Worldly estate.** Executors the wife and son 
DanieL Witnesses Roswell Hopkins, Grover Bud, far- 
mer, and John Gamsey jun., son of testator. 

^X7t3^* GREEN, Joshua, of New La Bunun, Kmgs Dis- 

1^5 trict, Albany Co., about 60 years old. Sons Danid, 

S^IS. 2 Tones, Joshaway, daughters Mary Fox, Catharine Tabor, 



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Abigill (?) Hogkins, Elisabeth Seiner, Susannah Fox. 
Real and personal estate. Executor son-in-law Josiah 
Skiner. Witnesses Robert Havens, yeoman, Richard 
Thurber and John Bivins. 

7a8(G63) GREEN, John, of Wallkil, Ulster Co. Wife Pa- 

DecWia tience, sons Israel, Ebenezer, John and Daniel,* daughters 

1785 Patience and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 

Jiine 17 ^ 

Executors sons Israel and John Green and Henry Wisner 

jun. Witnesses Timothy Smith, tailor, Samuel Wick- 
ham, yeoman, and Daniel Green, carpenter. 

7*9(064) GALE, Hezekiah, of Wallkil, Ulster Co. Wife 

Aw. 20 Martha, sons Abel, Moses and Samuel, daughters Hanna 

No¥br. 13 Smith, Mary Gale and Martha Lewes. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the three sons. Witnesses Jesse 
Brockway of Wallkil Precinct, innholder, Ino. McCamly 
and Jas. Crawford. 

730(^65) GOELET, Catharine, of N. Y. City, spinster. 

May 10 Goddaughter Elizabeth, da. of bro. Peter Goelet, sister 
fniyaS ]^^^i wife of John Zebriska of Hackensack, N. J., children 
of bro. Francis Goelet, vizt : James and Peter, children of 
bro. Peter Goelet, vizt: Elizabeth, Alice Lott, Jennet, 
John, Peter, Robert Ratsey, Thomas Billopp and Chris- 
topher Billopp Goelet, son of sister Jane Zebriska, vizt : 
John Zebriska jun. Real and personal estate (plate). 
Executors nephews John and Peter Goelet of N. Y. City, 
merchants. Witnesses Theophilus de Bow, Thomas 
Hicks, both of N. Y. City, gentlemen, and Vincent 
Mathews. 

73i(G66) GENSHIMMER, Christian, of RomboutPrect., 

I/oO 

Octbr. iz Dutchess Co., farmer. Sons Frederick, Peter and George, 
JaDv^a daughters Maria, Elizabeth and Betty. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors John Robinson, Rudolph Philipp 
senior and Doctor Casparus Mancius, who all renounce 
their rights as executors, whereupon Daniel ter Boss and 



Calendar of Wills. 169 



John Luyster, principal creditors of dec'd, are appointed 
administrators. Witnesses Robert Sweet, farmer, George 
Barnes and Jasper M. Gidley. 

^^i7?S^^ GEL8TON, William, of Orange Co., farmer. 

Febry. 13 Letters of administration on his estate granted to his 

father, Samuel Gelston of same Co., farmer. 

^HJm^ OIGO, Francis, late private in Colonel Moses 

April 17 Hazen's Regt. Bond of Moses Hazen as administrator 
on Gigo's estate, given in N. Y. Co. 

17% COSS, Christopher, seaman on board ship Hope 

Nmrir. 13 Watnpo. Brother Tobias Goss of Charleston, S. Carolina, 
Am. 23 ^^ \i2iVt all the wages due from the ship Hope^ James 
Magee, commander, and other personal property includ- 
ing a pair of silver knee buckles. David F. Barber execu- 
tor. Witnesses Abel Fitch, 2d mate, and Joseph Hunt, 
surgeon. Recorded Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. 153. 

i$t COUVERNEUR, Nicholas, of Newark, N. J. 

Octbr. 30 Wife Mary, son Isaac, da. Gertruyda Burnet, bro. Isaac 
Ap^i z8 Gouvemeur, grandsons Anthony Rutgers, Nicholas 
Gouvemeur Rutgers, Herman Gouverneur Rutgers, Isaac 
Burnet and Staats G. Burnet, granddaughters Alida 
Gouverneur, Mary Rhea and Cornelia Gale. House and 
lot in Newark, lands on W. side of and on an island in 
Lake Champlain, in Lyman Township, New Hampshire, 
personal estate (plate, gold knee buckles, family pictures 
and landscapes formerly belonging to Col. Peter Schuyler, 
a picture of Mrs. Winkler of Batavia, drawn on silver, a 
silver tankard, a silver bread basket). Executors the 
wife, brother Isaac Gouverneur, nephew Nicholas Low» 
Nicholas Gouvemeur jun., Isaac Gouverneur jun. and 
Lewis Ogden. Witnesses Sarah Wallace, Uzal Ogden 
and Robert T. Kemble. Proved in N. J. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 162. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



736 
1790 

Octbr. 9 
Octbr. 33 



COU LD, Daniel, of Kentucky, gentleman. Daniel 
Geno sole heir and executor of real estate in Kentucky 
and personal property. Witnesses Ino Dalton of N. Y. 
City, physician, William C. Thompson and Robert King. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 253. 



737 

Octbr. 10 
Octbr. 30 



GREEN, David, of East Greenwich, R. I., mariner. 
Wife Eunice, children Martha, Mary, Edwin and Phebe. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and father- 
in-law Jonathan Hopkins. Witnesses John G. Bogert, 
Joshua Sayer and Salley Durfee. Proved in N. Y. City. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 370. 



738 
1791 

Aug. 4 

>794 
Septbr. 34 



GOUVERNEUR, Isaac, of Mount Pleasant, 
Essex Co., N. J., gentleman. Nephews Isaac Gouverneur 
of N. Y. City, merchant, Samuel, Anthony, Joseph, Nich- 
olas, sonsof bro. Samuel, Gouverneur, son of Peter Kemble, 
Mary, widow of bro. Nicholas, children of Dr. Burnet, 
vizt : Isaac, Staats and David, Margaret, wife of Lewis 
Ogden, Mary, wife of Rev. Uzal Ogden, Hannah, wife of 
Charles Ogden, Rebecca, wife of Thomas Bibby, Sarah, 
wife of Samuel Reading, Isabella, wife of Isaac Wilkins, 
Eflie, wife of Samuel Ogden, Gitty, wife of Alexander 
Wallace, Sarah, widow of Hugh Wallace, AUida Gouver- 
neur, Mary, wife of William Ludlow of Claverack, N. Y., 
Gouverneur Morris, Isaac Low, Nicholas Low, Isaac 
Ogden, Samuel Ogden, Abraham Ogden, Nicholas Ogden, 
Peter Ogden, Sarah, wife of Nicholas Hoffman, children 
of sister Magdalena Hall, Anthony Rutgers, Nicholas 
Rutgers, Herman Rutgers, Gitty, wife of Peter Kemble, 
godchildren Gouverneur, son of Abraham Ogden, Lewis 
M., son of Samuel Ogden, Isaac G., son of Isaac Ogden, 
George, son of Thomas Bibby. Houses and lots in Front 
Str., in Water Str., in Gouverneurs Alley, in Smith Str., 
real estate in N. J., and in the West Indies, personal 
property. Executors nephews Nicholas and Isaac, sons 
of bro, Samuel Gouverneur, Gouverneur Morris, Lewis 



Calendar of Wills. 



171 



Ogdcn and Peter Kemble. Witnesses Charles Smith, 
Peter Hill, both of N. Y. City, merchts, Viner van 
Zandt and Philipp Kearsey. Proved in N. Y. City. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 431. 



739 

1795 
Septbr. 33 

Octbr. aa 



CLOVER, Hester, of N. Y. City, widow. Son 
William, godchild Margaret, da. of John Wood and his 
wife Margaret of Staten Island. " All my estate." Ex- 
ecutor Jacob Heart of N. Y. City, grocer. Witnesses 
Hugh McDowle of N. Y. City, baker, James Russell and 
William Reid. Recorded ut supra, p. 510. 



740, 
1796 

March 4 

July 



741 

Ai»?/6 

April 30 

French 



Z804 

J«iy3 
Z805 

Febry. 13 



GENERY, George, native of Old England, at 
present mariner on board the ship Sampson, John Es- 
mond commander, in China. Sister Mary Sterling of 
Colchester, Essex Co., sole heiress. Executors Thomas 
Smith, mariner and William Sterling, mariner, both 
natives of Old England. Witnesses John Leonard and 
Ebenezer Williams. Proved in N. Y. City. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 552. 

GEOFFROY, Marianne, widow Collien, bom 

at Tournon in Vivarais, 60 years old, now living at New 
York. Francois Barbier, youngest son by her first hus- 
band, Henry Barbier, the elder son. No children by sec- 
ond and third husband. Mrs. Henry (wife of eldest son ?) 
House at Roseau Quarter of Jeremie and personal prop- 
erty (seven silver table spoons, 1 1 do. coffee spoons, a 
pair of silver shoe buckles, a pair of gold earrings). Ex- 
ecutors Henry Purcardy. Witnesses Hubert de la Mas- 
sue, Antoine Marchand, B. Vieusse. Recorded Vol. H., 
p. 21. 

GOETSCHIUS, John M., owner of the Brig 
Venfis about to sail from New York for Lisbon, Cadiz, 
Geneva and Marseilles. Youngest brother Rynier, 
nephew Levi, oldest son of bro. John, nephew John 



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Calendar of Wills. 



Maurice, oldest son of bro.-in-law. ** Property.*' Execu- 
tors Henry Post, Sylvanus Miller both of N. Y. City and 
John Elmer of Ulster Co. No witnesses, but will proved 
by the testimony of Daniel D. Tompkins of N. Y. City, 
esquire, as to handwriting. Recorded ut supra, p. 287. 



18x7 
Norbr. 3 
Decbr. xo 



744 
174a 

Septbr. 9 

Decbr. 31 



X70X 
Jiiae6 



746 

1765 
April 32 



Z089 
S«ptbr. 34 



GREGORY, Daniel, of Carmel, Putnam Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons Ezra, James, Samuel, Lewis, Horace, 
Elnathan and Alva, daughters Hannah, wife of John 
Crain jun. and Mary, wife of Michael Sloot. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons James and Alva Greg- 
ory and Joel Frost of Carmel. Witnesses Joel Frost, 
Jacob Gonong and Joseph Ganung. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 342. 

GRI FFITH, Thomas, of New York City, formerly 
of St. James, London. Wife Elizabeth, child or children, 
not named, Joseph Simson of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Real estate at H elver Green near Hungur, Essex, Eng- 
land and at Winyou, Carolinah, personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and Joseph Simson. Witnesses Jos. 
Simson, Thos. Eatton and Jacob Parsell. Recorded ut 
supra. Vol. HI., p. 38. 

GILBERT, John, of N. Y. City, leather breeches 
maker. Letters of administration on his estate granted 
to his widow Sarah Gilbert of Port Rosaway, Nova 
Scotia. Recorded ut supra, p. 40. 

GEL8TON, James, of N. Y. City, cooper. Let- 
ters of administration on his estate granted to his brother 
John Gelston of N. Y. City, house carpenter and next of 
kin. Recorded ut supra, p. y$. 

GARDENIER, Jan Jacobsen, of Albany Co. 

Wife Sarah, children Jacob, Jannetje and four others, 
not named. Land at Shotack. Witnesses Andries 
Huyck and Hendrick Ridderhaes. Letters testamen- 



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747 
1690 

Dutch 



748 
AftfS 7 




Febfy. 9 
Recorded 

1705-^ 

Febry. — 



750 
1706-7 

Recorded 

1712-3 
March 30 



751 
Octbr. 30 

Dntch 



tary granted to widow June 21, 1695. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p, 32. 

CLENN, Sander, Captain, of Shinnechtady. Wife 
Antje, nephew Sander, son of bro. Johannes and children 
of dec'd bro. Jacob. Real and personal estate. Wit- 
nesses Willem Ketelheyn, Johannes Becker jun, and J. 
Becker. Letters testamentary granted to widow Febry. 
20, 1696. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 40. 

GARDENIER, Hendrick, of Albany Co., letters 

of administration on the estate of, valued at 6390 florins 
(S^SS^H)' granted to Andries Gardenier and Comelis 
Claessen. Widow's name Neeltie Claessen. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 30. 

GOES, Jan Tysen, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Styntje, children Tys Jansen, Jan, Dirck, 
Mayke, and 3 other daughters, not named. Real and 
personal estate. The wife sole executrix with Captain 
Johannis Schuyler and bro.-in-law Volkert van Hoese as 
overseers and trustees. Witnesses Johannes Beekman, 
Robert Livingston and Isaac Verplank. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, L, p. 118. 

GROE8BEECK, Claes Jacobsen, of Albany 

City. Wife Elizabeth, children Jacob, William, Barber, 
wife of Gysbert Marcelis, Rebecca, wife of Dominicus van 
Schaak, Johannis and Stephanus, children of dec'd da. 
Catrine, late wife of Jacob Teunissen. Real and personal 
estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Willem 
Jacobsen, Claes Vonda and Robert Livingston. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 13$. 

GERRITSEN, Luycaa, and wife Anna. Sons 
Gerrit, Luycas, and seven other children, not named. 
The survivor executor. Witnesses Pieter Vosburgh, 
Justice, Jacobus Turck and Yohannes van Alen. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 138. 



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75^ GARDINIER, Andries, of Kinderhook Village, 

July X Albany Co. Wife Eytje, sons Andries, 1 1 yrs. old, Jacob, 

AtM?^i3 9 y^^' ^'^» Arie, 7 yrs. and stepson Jan van Wye. Real 
Dutch and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Samuel 
Gardinier and Andries Coeymans. Witnesses Johannes 
Rooseboom, Justice, Johannis Cuyler, Justice, and Abra- 
ham Cuyler. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 1 50. 

753 GOES, Dirck, of Kinderhook, Albany Co. Wife 
lime I Elizabeth, sons Johannis, Luyckas, da. Anna, wife of 
ofc^ Tobias van Beuren. Real and personal estate. The 

wife sole executrix. Witnesses A. v. Dyck, Cornells van 
Schaack and Jan Tysen Goes. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., p. 191. 

754 QERRET8EN, Ryer, of Albany City. Wife 
Ang. xo Geertruy, cousins Hendrick, son of Elbert Gerretsen, 
NoTlJ? 4 Gerardus, son of Stefanus Groesbeck, John Lansingh, 

Gerret Lansing, Peter Lansing and Philipp Lansing. 
Real and personal estate. Executor bro. John Lansing. 
Witnesses John Beasley, Henry van Dyck and John de 
Peyster. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 229. 

755^ QROESBECK, William, of Rensselaerswyck 

April 17 Manor, shipwright. Wife Catherine, sons Gerrit, Nicho- 

T '^^^i« '^' ^^* Maritie and an expected child. Real and personal 

estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Gerrit van 

Ness, Jesse de Foreest and James Stenhouse. Albany 

Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 231. 

75* GERRITSEN, Elbert, of Albany City, tailor. 

Jmie I Children Hendrick, Annatie, Alida Greveraat, grandsons 
Decl^^^i Gerrit Ryersen Gerritsen and Elbert Grevenraat, Real 
and personal estate. Executors son Hendrick, Johannis 
Jacobsen Lansing and Wessel van Schaick. Witnesses 
Hendrick Bleecker, Nicolas Cuyler and Rutger Bleecker. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 268. 



Calendar of Wills. 175 



757^ CARDENIR, Niclaes, of the Mohox River, Al- 

Jane x bany Co., farmer. Wife Ragel, sons Hendrick, Adam, 
Ad^^^xx Andries, Jacob, Samuel, daughters Neelty van Falkburgh, 
Anneke van Alstyn, Sara de Garmo, and Ragel Quacken- 
boss. Land near Fort Hunter on S. side of Mohawk R., 
adjoining John Schot Quackenbous, do. on Schotack 
Island near Albany; personal property. No executor 
named. Witnesses Joseph Yates, Christopher Yates, 
both of Schenectady, and Peter Krurs (?). Albany 
Records, Wills, I., p. 274. 

758 GOES, Matthew, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
Jany. 3x yeoman. Wife Jannatie, sons Matthew, Johannis, daugh- 
P Imt xc ^^^^ Angenitie, Konelia, Eitie, Helena and Katharina. 

Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. 
Witnesses Katharina van Dyck, David van Schaack and 
Corns, van Schaack. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 
2, p. 19. 

759 CROOSBECK, Johannis, of Rensselaerswyck 
Attgfs Colony, blacksmith. Wife Elizabeth, sons Gysbert, 

'7'4 Johannis, Gerrit, daughters Gertie and Neltie. Real and 

personal estate. Executors Wouter Knickerbacker and 
Johs. van der Heyden jun. Witnesses Philipp de Forest, 
cooper, Levinus Dunbar, Christopher Bogart and Ino. R. 
Bleecker, gentleman. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 
part 2, p. 46. 

76o(Hx) HUTCHINSON, Ralph. Wife of Captain 

Febiir!x6 Nicolls, Peter Alrichs, sons of John Ogle, James Wal- 

Ham, Thomas Woollaston, and wife, Mary WooUaston, 

John Darby, da. of Mr. Darby, Ann Woollaston, brother 
Robbart Hutchinson, Amond Bedford, uncle John Bed- 
ford, brother and sister in "ould England.*' Land at 
Poplar Neck, plantation on Cristeen (Christina) Creek, 
land in Major Fenwick's Colony (all on Delaware River), 
personal property in hands of Daniel Silleuant of Fair- 



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field, John Cockse, Lockart and Jonas Arskin, John Gar- 
ritsen, John Smith, John Anderson of Cristina, Swart 
Jacob, Benjamin Nettelship. Executors Peter Alrichs, 
James Walliam and Thomas WooUaston of New Castle. 
Witnesses Tymen Stidden, Edm. Cantwell, Will Shill and 
Ph. Pocock. Copy certified by Ephr. Hermans, Clerk of 
the Court at Delaware. 



76X (H a) 

109Z 

No¥br. 17 

z6oa 

May 36 

Dntch 



7to (H 3) 
Decbr. 15 

(Tom) 



HANSENi Pieter, about to sail for Barbadoes. 
Nephew Pieter Gerretsen, son of brother Gerret Hansen, 
sole heir, and after him the Poor at New Amersfort. 
Apparently only personal property. No executor named. 
Witness Pieter Jacobsen Marius, at whose house in N. Y. 
City the will is signed. 

HARDING, Henry, of the Parish of St. Georges, 
Barbadoes, now in New York City. Wife Elizabeth, 
daughter Isabella, goddaughter Isabella, da. of aunt Jean 
Maverick of Barbadoes, cousin George, the son of John 
Barry of Barbadoes, cousins William, Thoms and Mary, 
children of Capt. Thomas Speight of Barbadoes, Jacob 
Drayton " my present writer (? blotted) on the Island of 
Barbadoes," Charles Egerton sen. of Barbadoes and his 
son Charles Egerton, cousin Grace, wife of Barne Cusens 
of N. Y. City. Real estate on the Island of Barbadoes, 
in New York and New Jersey, personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, Colonel William Battin and Capt. 
Thomas Speight. Witnesses Dan. Honan, Michael Hau- 
den (?), Thomas Davenport and Edmond Kingsland. 
Codicil of Febry. i, 1704-5 makes Elias Boudinot addi- 
tional executor and is witnessed by Dan. Honan, Wm. 
Teller and David Jamison. Copy. 



763 (H 4) 

17x0 
Norbr. 14 
Norbr. 24 



HEATHCOTE, Qeorge, of Bucks Co., Penna., 
merchant. Children of dec'd daughter and John Barker 
of London, sisters Hannah Browne and Anne Lupton in 
England, Thomas Carlton and three brothers, cousin 
Caleb Heathcote of New York« Real estate (500 acres 



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177 



nearShrewsbery and elsewhere); personal property. Ex- 
ecutor cousin Caleb Heathcote. Witnesses Willoughby 
Warder, Mary Blackshaw and William Biles. Copy in- 
dorsed " The Original Will proved in Pensilvania.*' 



7«4(H5) 
171 z 

Septbr. 19 

Septbr. 25 



HAY, William, of Port Royal, Island of Jamaica, 
surgeon. Thomas Robinson and Doctor John Dupuy 
heirs and executors of all real and personal property 
(plate). Witnesses Thos. Tanner, Stephen Gabaudan and 
William Perse. Copy, David Lyell of N. Y. City, mer- 
chant, attorney for executors. 



76s (H 6) 
1741-a 
Uny. 13 
March 3 



HARRIS, Mary, of Goshen Precinct, Orange Co. 
Bro. John Harris ; sisters Catherine, Elisabeth Leonard, 
children of dec*d sister Jane Lynsen, nieces Mary Leon- 
ard, Jane Leonard. Real estate, houses and lots in N. Y. 
City, i. e., in the fields, large house at the corner, in Stone 
Str., near the Old Slip, personal property (a silver tank- 
ard, a do. cup, a do. large spoon, six do. teaspoons, three 
gold rings, a do. necklace, a pair of do. buttons and two 
do. of earrings). Executors brothers-in-law Rev. Eaben- 
ezar Pemberton and Rev. Silas Leonard. Witnesses 
William ffinn, Daniel Everett and John Stephenson. See 
infra, No. 769. 



766 (H 7) 

17x8 
Decbr. 14 

Octbr. xa 



HONYWELL, Israel, of the Town of Westches- 
ter. Wife Mary, da. Sarah, and Mary Baxter, sons Israel 
and Samuel. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and son Israel. Witnesses John Mash, James AUis- 
son and Daniel Clarke. Copy. 



767 (H 8) 

Septbr. a 

1727 

Mayx 



HANSEN, Hendrik, of Albany City, yeoman, 
Wife Deborah, sons Hans, Nicolas, Peter and Richard, 
daughters Deborah, wife of Jacob Beekman and Maria 
Hansen. Lots in Albany City, farmland on the Maquase 
River over against Tionondoroga, lots in Schenectady, 
land on E. side of Hudson R. between Nuttenhoek Kit 



19 



178 



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7W(H9) 

1713 

Octbr.ao 

17^-5 
March ix. 

Datch 



769 (H 10) 

1730 
Aug. 39 



and Marmahits Kil, land on Canada Creek near An- 
thony's Nose, personal property. Executors the wife and 
sons Hans, Peter and Nicolas. Witnesses Johannes 
Pniyn, Jacob Staats, Jacob Lansing, Robert Livingston 
junior. Seal. 

HEERMANSy Jan senior, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co. Daughter Margarieta, children of dec'd son Jan, 
vizt : Jacob, Jan and Engeltie, wife of Cornells Elmen- 
dorf, sons Hendricus and Andries. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses Tobias van 
Bueren, Barent Nukrik (Newkerk), Willem Swart and 
Wm. Nottingham. 

HARRIS, John, of N. Y. City, baker. Wife Jane, 
daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, wife of Rev. 
Ebenezer Pemberton, Jane, wife of Gideon Lynsen, son 
John. Real and personal property. Executors the wife, 
son John and son-in-law Rev. Ebenezer Pemberton. Wit- 
nesses Johannes Hyer, Edward Gatehouse and Richd. 
NichoUs. Copy, Vide No. 765. 



770 (H II) 

173a 
Septbr. 18 



Ap: 



pril 7 



771 (H la) 

Septbr. 13 

Jiuiei6 



HOGAN, William and wife Martiena, of Albany 
City. Sons Jurrian, William and Daniel, daughters 
Mary, wife of Edward Williams, Margaret, wife of Der- 
rick Hunn, Hannah, wife of Folckert Douw jun., and Jude, 
wife of Abraham Pelts, six grandchildren. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors sons Daniel and William and 
son-in-law Edward Williams. Witnesses Thomas Will- 
iams, Toby as Ryckman and John Beasley. 

HAERRINGy Cozyn, of Tapan, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Marytie, son John, daughters Maretie, 
wife of Johannes Boogert, Grietie, wife of Jacobus De- 
marest, children of dec'd da. Mariah, vizt : Gerret, Cor- 
nelius and Willempie Eckessen. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and son John. Witnesses David De- 
marest, Jacob Flierboom and John Fleerboom. 



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^'1734*^^ HARRIS, Jane, of N. Y. City, widow. Son John, 

Aug. 3 daughters Jane, wife of Gideon Lynsen, Catherine, wife 
of Ebenezer Pemberton, Elizabeth and Mary, William 
Smith, son of da. Catherine Pemberton. Lot in the Com- 
mons of N. Y. City near the Freshwater, personal prop- 
erty. Executors David Abeel and Richard Ray. Wit- 
nesses Peter Zenger, Jesse Defforeest and Henry 
Deforreest. Copy made Decbr. 12, 1759. See No. 769. 

773{Hi4) HERINGH, Peter, of Tappan, Orange Co., 

AprU x6 yeoman. Wife Margaret, children Abraham, Elbert, 
Jnnla? Margeret, Pietertie, Breckje, Jeannetie, Catherine and 
Claesje, grandchildren Peter and Richard Truman. Real 
and personal estate (a " great nether Dutch bible "). 
Executors the wife and brother Abraham Heringh. Wit- 
nesses Johannes Pardon of Dutchess Co., farmer, Jacop 
Pardon and Johannes Ferdon. 

774(H^i5) HOGENCOMP, John, of Orange Town, Orange 

Jany. 30 Co., yeoman. Wife Gerritje, sons Minard, Honnes and 
Marched Martynes, daughters Catharina, Jannetje, wife's children 

vizt: Flo wrus. Tunes and Wilhelmus Krom. Real and 

personal estate. Executors the wife and the three sons. 

Witnesses Fridericus Muzelius, Myndert Hogencamp and 

Gabriel Ludlow jun. 

^^^J/!l^* HEUY (Hughy) Robert, of Wallkil Precinct, 

Febry. 13 Ulster Co., merchant. Wife Annevosall, sons James 

lllll^^. and John, three daughters, the youngest child Margaret. 

Real and personal estate. Executors Jeacobas Bruyn jun. 

and Charles Clinton. Witnesses Johannes Miller, Johan- 

nis Neukerk and Adam Graham. 

776 (H 17) HOFFMAN, Zacharias, of Shawangunk, Ulster 

Feory. 2$ Co., yeoman. Children Zacharias, Jacob, Geertruyd, 

Ma^^S ^'^^ ^^ Nathaniel du Bois, Ida, wife of Cornelius Bruyn, 

Janneke, wife of William Roosenkrans, Margaret, wife of 



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Thomas Jansen and Ida, granddaughter Ester Roosen- 
krans. Homefarm, land on Shawangunk Kil, on Mary 
Kil, in Graham and Griggs' Patent on Hudson R., mill on 
the Wallkil, land at Newburgh and in Kingston Corpora- 
tion. Executors son Zacharias and sons-in-law Cornelius 
Bruyn and Nathaniel du Bois. Witnesses Yosua Smedes, 
Cornelius Schoonmaker jun. and J. Bruyn jun. 

HAQERMAN, Francis jun. of Nine Partners, 
Dutchess Co., blacksmith. Father Francis and mother 
heirs and executors. Witnesses William Gay and John 
Gay. 

HASBROUCK, Jacob, of New Paltz, Ulster 
Co. Wife Esterre, sons Benjamin, Isaac and Jacob. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and the 
three sons. Witnesses Samuel Bevier, Daniel Hasbroucq 
and Yohannis Matyse Lou of New Paltz, blacksmith. 

HALLOCK, William, of Brookhaven, Suffolk 
Co., yeoman. Wife Dinah, sons Jesse, William, Richard 
and David, daughters, Mary wife of Wm. Long, Dinah, 
Sarah and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the wife and son Jesse. Witnesses Samuel Davis, 
George Davis and Jesse Willits. Copy. 

HEERMANSE, Hendrikus, of Rynbeek Pre- 
cinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Antje, son Hendrikus, Philip- 
pus, Wilhelmus, Anderies, daughters Margriet, wife of 
Jacobus Ostrander {** given to drink *') and Jannetje, wife 
of Cornelius Oosterander. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the four sons. Witnesses Hendrikes Sleght 
jun., Petrus van Aken, Andries Heermans (bro. of tes- 
tator), and Jan Eltinge. 

778c(H23) HOFMAN, Haramanus, of Orange Co. Wife 

Febrff 15 Gertruye, sons Haramanus and Jury, daughters Cres- 

1754 tena, Rachel, Catrena Snider and Laya Geslar. Real and 

in Ai»ril. personal property. Executors Lambert Smith, Abraham 



777 (H 18) 

I74S-6 
March i 

1748 

Jany. 4 



778 (H 19) 

«747 
Septbr. 25 

1760 

Septbr. 15 

rrench 



778A (H 30) 

1748-9 

March 4 

1765 
March 19 



778b (H ai) 

1750 

March aj 

Octbr. 17 

Dutch 



Calendar of Wills. iSi 



Onderdonck and Johannes Snedeker. Witnesses Johan- 
nis Mudge, Peter Geslar and Willem Fenton. 

^^%S^^^ HARINGH, Abraham, of Orange Co., yeoman. 

March lo Wife Derica, sons Abraham, Daniel, Cornelius, daughters 
May's Margaret Demories, Braca Ferdon, Rachel. Home- 
farm and other lands in Orange Co., land on Hackensack 
Creek, personal property. Executors three sons. Wit- 
nesses Casparis Mebie, Comelis Meyer of Orange Co., 
farmer and John Dewint. 

779 (J^^> HOGG, Rebecca, of N. Y. City, widow. Daugh- 

Febry. 3 ter Margaret, wife of William Flanagan, from whom 
she lives separated, sister Rachel Boswell, whose hus- 
band lives in the West Indies, John Beekman, the 
son of widow Boulla, John Bard. Real and personal 
estate. Executors John Beekman, John Bard and Ben- 
jamin Nicoll. Witnesses John Tuder, Peter Middleton 
and Abr'm van Deursen jun. Copy. 

7»«(J3»5) HINCHMAN, Obeidlah, of Jamaica, Queens Co., 

Septbr. 13 Children Thomas, Ann, Elizabeth, Obeidiah, John and 
fJSj^ 13 Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors son Thomas 

and cousin John Willet jun. of Flushing. Witnesses 
B. Hinchman, John Waters and Robart Hinchman. 
Copy. 

781 (H 26) HAFF, Lawrence, of Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., 

Jany. 15 farmer. Wife Hannah, children Ellis, Susannah, Isaac, 

Febry, 12 Elizabeth and William. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife, father Jacob Haff, brothers Joseph 
and Jacob HafT and William Hum fry. Witnesses Jacob 
Haight, Martines Wiltse and Hendrick Cole. 

7«MHa7) HERTELL, Christian, of New Windsor, Ulster 

Nmrbr. ao Co. Son John, John, son of Amos Helms of N. Y. City. 
Deciirfaa Glasshouse at New Windsor and other real estate, per- 
sonal property. Executors bro.-in-law Cornelius Tiebout 



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of the Out Ward, N. Y. City, Hewark van Vlack of N. 
Y. City, merchant and Charles Clinton of Ulster Co. 
Witnesses John Thompson of Ulster Co. storekeeper, 
John Kennon and Frederic Melcher. 

783(H28) HARRIS, William, of Orange Co. Wife Abe- 

NoTbr. 34 giel, daughters Mary (Mercy ?), Sarah, da.-in-law Jean and 

jAfllfo other children. Wife has been married before. Real 

and personal estate. Executor Richard Edsall jun. 

Witnesses Joseph HercuU of Goshen Prect., yeoman, 

Israel Wood and Daniel Simkeins. 

7S4(H29) HALENBEEK, Casper Janaen, of Loonen. 

July a6 burgh, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Maddalena, sons Jan 
Aufi^ 17 Caspersen, Merten, William, daughters Mary, wife of Jo- 
hannis Klaw and Rachel, wife of Jacob Halenbeek, 
granddaughter Catrine Klaw, grandson Casper, son of 
Jan Caspersen, grandson Casper, son of Merten, grandda. 
Catrine, da. of Jacob Halenbeek, grandson Casper, son of 
William. Farm at Coxsakje, homefarm on the Flats, 
share in Loonenburgh or Coniskeek Patent and land at 
Freehold, Albany Co., personal property (house bible). 
Executors the wife and son Merten. Witnesses Nicholas 
Pare, Daniel Pare, both of Albany Co., yeomen and Jacob 
Freese. 

785 (H 30) HOLLAND, Edward, of N. Y. City, merchant. 

Noybr. 8 Wife Frances, son Henry, daughters Magdalen Mary 
FebrT.'za Nicoll, Jane and Elizabeth, grandson Edward Nicoll. 

Land near Schoharie, Albany Co., and other real estate, 
personal property (plate). Executors brother Henry Hol- 
land and son-in-law Benjamin Nicoll. Witnesses Theod. 
van Wyck, Cornelius Duane and Anthony Abramsen. 
Seal. 

7W (H31) HANSEN, Hans, of Albany City, merchant. Wife 

March 10 Sarah, sons Peter, Johannis, grandda. Sarah, only child of 

Ao^^a^ dec'd eldest son Hendrick. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife and the two sons. Witnesses Jacob 



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Lansing jun., Anthony G. van Schaick and Johannis 
Knickerbacker. 

^•y<y^3») MARKER, Joseph, of Orange Co., yeoman. Wife 

Mat 13 Jeann, Garrardus Townson. Real and personal property. 
NotW. s Executor Richard Edsall jun. Witnesses Richard Edsall, 
Richard Johnson and John Minthorn. 

7««g^33) HOLT, William, of N. Y. City, merranr. Brothers 

June 23 Ralph and John Holt, sisters Susannah and Mary Holt. 

Real and personal property. Executors bro. Ralph and 

Joseph Danlafs of N. Y. City, carpenter. Incomplete 

copy. 

^^i7?7^^ HORTON, Joseph, of White Plains, Westchester 

NoTbr. 8 Co., yeoman. Daughters Bethia, Ann, Pashance, children 

of dcc'd da. Mary, sons William, Joseph, Azariah and 

Ambros. Homefarm, farm in Cortlandt Manor, personal 

property. Incomplete copy. 

79o(H35) MAINS, Benjamin senior, of Wallkil Prect., 

April 20 Ulster Co., yeoman. Children Susannah Goaldsmith, 
FebrT^2i ^^^ ^^ ^^" Benjamin and da. Susannah, Nathan, Ben- 
jamin, David and Samuel, grandchildren vizt: Susannah, 
da. of son Benjamin, Abagail, da. of David, David and 
Benjamin, sons of Samuel, daughter-in-law Susannah, wife 
of Samuel Hains. Homefarm and personal property. 
Executor son Samuel. Witnesses William Stitt, John 
Perry, both of Wallkil Prect., yeomen, and John 
Thompson. 

W (H36) HARBORD, Alexander, Captain 4th Bat. Royal 

Octbr. 26 Americans, a native of Switzerland, now at Albany in 
French* camp. The poor of Albany, Lieut. Gallot, Samuel 
Coigny, innkeeper at the Hague, Holland, children of 
David Fouetter of New York. Personal property. No 
executor named, administration granted to Daniel Chris- 
tian Fueter of N. Y. City, goldsmith. Witnesses A. 



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792 (H 37) 

1757 
Maj 29 

I7S« 
Jany. 15 



793 (H 3S) 

1758 
Marcli 9 

1767 
Pebry. 19 



794 (H 39) 

X75« 
Aue. 19 

Septbr. 5 



795 (H 40) 

I7S« 
May 22 

Octbr. 19 



79* (H 41) 

1759 
July 12 

1769 

May XX 



Delliendy Samuel Engell, Quarter Master, and George 
Turnbull, Lieut. Royal Americans, by whose testimony 
this nuncupative will was proved at N. Y. City. 

HAFF, Jacob junior, of Crum Elbow Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Mergit, sons Jacob, William and 
Lawrence, daughters Anna, Elisabeth. Land in lot No. 
10 Great 9 Partners, personal property. Executors 
brothers-in-law Goris Storm and Thomas Noxon, brother 
Joseph HafT and Peter Storm. Witnesses Isaac Germond, 
James Germond and James Doughty. Vide No. 781. 

HOPKINS, Stephen, of Crum Elbow Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Jemima, sons Noah, Roswell, Michel, 
Stephen, Benjamin and Ruban. Real and ^ personal 
estate. Executor son Roswell. Witnesses Ephraim 
Paine, Enoch Slosson, and Elisbeth Lyman (at date of 
proof wife of Nathaniel Pinney of Amenia Prect., 
yeoman). 

HAFF, Lawrence, of Rumbouts Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, children Winche, Anthony, 
Peter, Lawrence, Susannah, John and Mary. Real and 
personal property. Executors Peter Monfort, William 
Roe and Joseph Thirsten. Witnesses Johannes de Wit, 
Justice of the Peace, Cornelius Luyster and Gerrett 
Noortstrant. 

HELM, Willam junior, of Gorshen, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Elesebeth, sons William and Vinsent. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and bro. 
Finnias Helm. Witnesses James Tuthill of Orange Co., 
farmer, Benjamin Strong and Sclah Strong. 

HARDENBERGH, Charles, of Kingston, Ul- 
ster Co. Wife Catherine, children Johannes and Cathe- 
rine. Real and personal estate. Executors father 
Johannis Hardenbergh and father-in-law Petrus Smedus. 



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Witnesses Adam Perscn, tailor, Dirk Wynkoop jun., 
merchant, both of Kingston, and Wilh. Mancius. 

^175/'^ HALLSTED, Jonah, of Orange Co., yeoman. 

Maj 19 Wife Martha, sons Caleb, Jonah, John, Benjamin, daugh- 
April^28 ^^^^ Martha, Sarah Gurney, Hannah Coe, Abigail van der 
Voort. Real and personal property. Executors sons 
Caleb, Jonah and John and son-in-law John Coe. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Hallsted, Henry Hallsted and Gershom 
Rose. 

7^<^43) HESS, Johannes, of Canajohary, Albany Co., 

Octbf. 28 farmer. Wife Margaret, sons Johan, Friderick, De- 

ApSi 30 ^^'^ ^^) ^^^ Daniel, three daughters. Real and personal 

property. No executor named, eldest son Johannes 

appointed administrator. Witnesses Andries Reber of 

Canagorie, farmer, Philipp Helmer and Jobs. Bellinger. 

799(H 44) HUTCHINCS, Richard, of North Castle, West. 

Octbr. Id Chester Co. Wife Dinah, children Pheby, Sarah, Isaac, 
Febrr^ii Jacob and John. Real and personal estate. Executors 

the wife, James Hunter and Zepheniah Birdsill. Wit- 
nesses Peter Huggeford, Hezekiah Kinnicutt and Caleb 
Huestis, schoolmaster. Copy. 

800 (H 45) HOLLINC, Elisabeth, of Albany City. Brother 

June 17 Barnardus Bratt, niece Jannitie, da. of bro. Gerrit Bratt. 
1762 Personal estate. Executors John Lansing, Jacob van 

Schaick and John van Aelen, all of Albany City. Wit- 
nesses Isaac Swits, skipper, Gisbert Marselis and Abrm. 
Yates, attorney-at-law. 

«»M^^46) HOLLAND, Hitchen, of Rensselaerswyck Colony, 

Pebfj. 6 gentleman. Sons John Collins and Philipp, daughters 
im\i Margarett and Jane, wife of Henry van Schaack. Real 
and personal estate. Executor son-in-law Henry van 
Schaack and his wife and Volkert P. Douw. Witnesses 
Barnardus Brat junior of Albany City, yeoman, John 
Rostine and Jobs, van der Heyden. 



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X" (H 47) H AA8BROOK, Benjamin, of Rumbout Prect, 

1702 » J » 

NoTDr. 33 Dutchess Co. Wife Jonetje, sons Daniel, Francis, 
S o?br % Benjamin and Jacob, daughters Mary, wife of John 

Halsted and Hettje. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors William van Wyck, Doctor Theodorus van Wyck and 
Cornelius van Wyck, all of Rumbout Prect. Witnesses 
Rev. Chauncey Graham, John Carman and John van 
Vlackeren jun. 

«®3<g,4«) HOPSON, Samuel, of the Ferry, Brookland 

May 13 Township, Kings Co., victualler. Wife Alice, daughters 
Ruth, Rebecca, Jane, Sarah and Mary, son Samuel. Real 
and personal estate (5 silver spoons). Executors Jacob 
de Beavois and Robert Gilmore, both of Brookland. 
Witnesses Benjamin Everit, John Cox and Noah Rhodes. 
Copy made Aug. 10, 1764. 

«»4(H49) HOORNBEEK, CorneliU8,of Rochester Town- 

1703 ' ' 

April 33 ship, Ulster Co. Wife Annatje, sons Lodewick, Jacob, 
Aug. 15 Hendricus, da. Mary, wife of Jacob Hasbrouck, children 
of dec'd da. Ariaentie, late wife of Cornelius Schoon- 
maker, vizt : Cornelius, Abraham, Isaac and Mary. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, the three sons, 
son-inJaw Jacob Hasbrouck and cousin Johannis Ooster- 
houdt jun. Witnesses Mattheus Kortright, Johannis 
Hoombeek, both of Ulster Co., yeomen, and Joseph 
Gasherie. 

»«S(H so) HOCAN, Jurian, and wife Maria, of Albany City. 

Mat 4 Children William, Anna, wife of John Trotter, Eva, wife 
May 36 ^^ Dirck Becker, Margaret, wife of Johannis van Valken- 
burgh, Alida, widow of Andris van Schack, Maria and 
Susannah, wife of John de Gardimo, da. of dec'd son 
Marten, vizt : Maria, son John dead. House and lot on 
W. side of Pearl Str., 2d Ward, land on Foxes Creek, 
personal property. Wife's father has been Johannis Beek- 
man. Executors son William, and John Trotter. Wit- 



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nesses Ino. R. Bleeker, Hcniy I. Bogert and Henry 
Merselis. Also in Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 307. 



806 (H 51) 

June 8 

1776 

Aprils 



HUN, Johannes, of Albany City. Daughter Ebe, 
wife of Philipp Lansing, son Thomas, grandchildren 
Annatic Hun and Annatie Lansing. House and lot in 
Albany, land at S<ikondaga, personal property (a large 
bible). Executors son Thomas and son-in-law Phil. Lan- 
sing. Witnesses Abraham Douw, Dirk Hun and Abrm. 
Yates jun. 



807 (H 52) 

1765 
March 14 

Decbr. i 



H ELMER, Gottfried, of Canajoharie, Albany Co. 
(Second) wife Ann Margaretha, son Leonhart, sons by 
second wife Johannes, Godfried, Joost and Henry, 
daughters (apparently also by second wife) Elizabeth, 
Margaretha, Christina and Catherina. Real and personal 
property. Executors Daniel Miller and Jacob Kraus, 
who refusing to act, John Hehner of Canajoharie Distr. 
Montgomery Co., yeoman, son of testator, is appointed 
administrator. Witnesses Andreas Reber, L Daniel Miller 
and Jacob Krausz. 



808 (H S3) 

April 9 

1770 

March 30 



HOORNBEEK,Lodewyck, of Rochester, Ulster 
Co. Mother Annatje Hoombeek, wife Naomi, sons 
Philippus, Cornelius, Isaac, Jacob, Lodewyck, Hendricus 
and da. Maria. Real and personal property. Executor 
sons Philippus and Cornelius, brothers Jacob and Hen- 
drick Hoornbeek and bro.-in-law Jacob Hasbrouck. 
Witnesses Jacob Tornaer of Rochester, labourer, Cor- 
nelius Chambers and Jacobus Turnaar. Vide No. 804. 



«09 (H 54) 
1766 

March 4 

MarcSa 
Dutch 



HEERMANS, Andreas, of Rhinebeck Prect., 
Dutchess Co., farmer, " being aged." Children of dec'd 
eldest son Jan, vizt: Jan, Abraham, Goze, Jacob and 
Jacomyntie, sons Jacob, Gerrit, Petrus, Hendricus, Wil- 
helmus, Nicolaas and Philipp, daughters Clara and 



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Catharina, son of dec'd da. Jannetje, vizt : Philipp Heer- 
mans. Farm on S. side of Wappaensche Creek (Wap- 
pingers Kil ? ) and other land, personal property. 
Executors sons Jacob, Gerrit, Petrus and Hendricus. 
Witnesses Cornelius Fynhout, Aarent Fynhout, both of 
Rhinebeck, yeomen, and Christian Schultz. 

«"(HS5) HOGHTEYLING, Wilhelmus jun.. of Kings- 

Decor. 29 ton, Ulster Co., esquire. Wife Blandina, sons Philipp 
Octlr^iS ^"^ Abraham, daughter Ariaentie. House and land in 
Kingston Corporation, house and lot in Kingston Village, 
personal property. Executors the two sons and Abraham 
Low of Kingston. Witnesses Christophel Kierstede jun., 
Johannis van Bunschoten and George Clinton. Sealed 
with Clinton coat-of-arms. 



81MH56) HOORNBEEK, Tobias, of Rochester, Ulster 

June 5 Co. Wife Elisabeth, sons Elisa, Warnaer, Gideon, Joel, 

AoSi^o ^*' ^^"^» ^^^^ ^^ Lawrence Hoornbeek. Real and per- 

Dutch sonal property. Executors the four sons. Witnesses 

Hendr. Sleght, Cornelius Swart jun. and Willem Eltinge. 



«ia(H57) HUNTLY, John, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 

Juijio Co., yeoman. Wife Lowes, daughter Elisabeth, sons 

N 'b 2< Williams, Raner and John. Real and personal property. 

Executors the wife and Joshua Champion of said Prect., 
yeoman. Witnesses Joseph Green, Zophar Green, black- 
smith and William Doughty. 

«»3(H5S) HASBROUCK, Jan, of New Paltz, Ulster Co. 

May 7 Wife Rachel van Wagenen, eldest son and two other 

March i children, not named. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
Dutch ecutors father-in-law Johannis van Wagenen, brothers 
Abraham, Jacobus and Petrus Hasbrouck. Witnesses 
Abraham Ein, Johannes Lefever, both of New Paltz, 
farmers, and Abraham Krom, of Hurley, cooper. 



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189 



S14 (H 59) 

1768 

May 9 
1770 

May IS 



81S (H tfo) 

1769 
April 25 
Decbr. 9 



H AGEM ANy John, of Flatbush, Kings Co., fanner. 
Greatnephew John, son of Adrian Hageman jun., niece 
Heatrich, spinster, da. of Adrian Hageman senior. Real 
and personal estate. Executor Andrew Gautier of N. 
Y. City, house carpenter. Witnesses John Elliot, John 
Gelston, of N.Y. City, house carpenter, Jonathan Skinner 
and John C. Knapp. Copy. 

HUCHSON, George, of Dutchess Co. Wife 
Susannah, sons James and Joshua. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and sons. Witnesses Thomas 
Huson, Eborn Haight, both of Dutchess Co., yeomen, and 
Robert Weeks. 



816 (H 61) 

1770 
Febnr. 6 
Aprifaa 



817 (H 62) 

1770 

Tune 13 

^lo▼br. 21 



818 (H 63) 

1771 

April 5 

Octbr 4. 



H U YOK, Andries B., of Kinderhook, Albany Co. 
Brother Johannes Huyck, sons of dec'd bro. Jacobus, 
vizt : Arent and Burger Huyck, Burger, son of Dirk Huyck, 
Burger, son of Burger Huyck, Andries, son of William 
Clavvson, Moyaca, da. of Jacobus Huyck dec'd, Moyaca, 
Bata and Rachel, da. of Dirk Huyck. Real and personal 
property (4 silver spoons). Executors Dirk Huyck, Peter 
B. Vosburgh and Elizabeth Huyck. Witnesses Johs. 
Schrom, of Kinderhook, tavern keeper, Elizabeth Huyck 
and Andries L. Huyck, farmer. Executors dead at time 
of proof Aaron Huyck, of Kinderhook, yeoman, nephew 
of testator is appointed administrator 

HULSE, Simon, of Orange Co. Wife Charity, 
sons Silas, James and Jonas, daughters Anner, Charity, 
and Martha. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and son Silas. Witnesses William Knap jun., George 
Little and James Little, yeoman. 

HERCHHEIMER, Johan Jost, of Burnets- 

field, Albany Co. Wife Catherine, sons Nicholas, John, 
George, Henry, Jost. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors sons Nicholas, Henry, and Jost junior. Wit- 
nesses Thos. Porter, Han Jost Herchheimer jun. and 



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Wm. Petry of the German Flats, Tryon Co., surgeon. 
Proved in Tryon Co. 

819 (H 64) HOWELL, James, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Septbr. 2a Wife Juliana, sons Joshua, William, Thomas, daughters 

'^ctJr*^i^ Mary and Christion. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Samuel Gale and John Evirett. Witnesses Daniel 
Denton, John Kinner and Thomas Denton. Probate 
dated July 2, 1772. 

820 (H 6s) HARCOURT, Richard, of Newburgh Prect., 
Jany. 14 Ulster Co. Mother Esther Harcourt, five daughters not 
July 15 named, sons Nathaniel and John. Real and personal 

estate. Executors son Nathaniel, John Mory and John 
Yong. Witnesses Elijah Lewis, mariner, Zadick Lewis 
and Peninnah Springer. 

821 (H 66) HARDENBERGH, Abraham, of Guilford, 
1771 

Septbr. 22 Ulster Co., esquire. Wife Mary, sons Johannis, Nicholas 
MalchiA ^"^ Elias, daughters Sarah, wife of Charles W. Brodhead, 
Marritie and Rachel. Wife was da. of Nicholas Roosa 
and wife Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Johannis, Nicholas and Elias, son-in-law Charles W. 
Brodhead and stepson Joseph Gasherie. Witnesses John 
Terwilger, Peter Deyoo jun., both of New Paltz Prect., 
yeomen, and Daniel Freer jun. 

822(H67) HOOGLAND, William, of Rombout Precinct, 

Febrr. 19 Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Altje, sons Dirck, William 
1786 311 J Abraham, daughters Neeltje, Altje, Maria, Dinah, 

Antje, Susannah. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Mathys Lyster, Jacobus Swartwout and Stephen 
D. Derye. Witnesses Isaac Adriance, Jacob Griffin, both 
of Dutchess Co., farmers, and Dirck Brinkerhoff junior. 

823 (HM) HUYCK, Dirk, of Kinderhook, Albany Co. Wife 

Decor. 3 Sarah, son Burger, daughters Rachel, Bata and Majeke. 
>773 Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, brothers- 

in-law William Klauw, Cornells van Deusen, and Matthew 



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Goes jun. Witnesses H. v. Schaaik, Johannes Huyck, 
and Elizabeth Huyck. Vide No. 816. 

»»4(H69) HOGAN, Isaac, of Albany City, blacksmith. Wife 

Jany. 5 Mary sole heiress and executrix of real and personal 

NoUn^^iS estate. Witnesses Jelles de Garmo, shoemaker, Harmen 

Hun and Jacob de Garmo. 

^M^J""^ HOLBROOK, Nathaniel, of Hartford, Cumber- 

Febrj. 2$ land Co., N. Y. Wife Eunice, six sons, not named, and 

June II three daughters of whom only the name of the eldest, 

Sarah, is given. Real and personal estate. Executors 

the wife and Eleazer Robinson of Hartford. Witnesses 

Charles Hill, John Slapp jun. and Ino. Wheatley. 

8a6 (H 71) HOFF, Daniel, of Tryon Co., farmer. Mother Cor- 

Septbr. 4 nelia Hoif, brothers Nicholas and Burgun, sister Jane. 
Mmx^o ^^^^ *"^ personal property. Executor the mother. 

Witnesses William Schuyler, Willem Mambrut and Maria 

Mambrut. 

837(H73) HARSING, Johannis, of Bloomingdale, Out 

Decbr. a Ward, N. Y. City, farmer. Children Jacob, Cornelius, 
Cornelia Maria and Ann. The Dutch Church at Haer- 
lem is to have a large Dutch bible. Mother-in-law Ann 
Cowenover is mentioned as still living. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors son Cornelius and Martinus 
Schoonmaker. Witnesses Richard Somarindyke, Tunis 
Somandyke and Heudrick van Bramer. Copy made 
July 8, 1775. 

to«(H73) HOLT, John, of Westminster, Cumberland Co., 

'774 
May 18 N. Y., gentleman. Wife Sarah, daughters Hannah Spen- 

J"'^^ cer and Sarah, son John. Real and personal estate. 

Executor the son. Witnesses Ephraim Wilcocks, Wil- 
liam Crook, both of Westminster, yeomen, and Noah 
Sabin. 



19^ 



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829 (H 74) 
llarch 17 
llarch 17 



HULSEy Benjamin, of Hempstead, Queens Co. 
Wife Rebecca, daughters Rebecca, Hannah and Phebe, 
sons John and Richard. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Valentine Hewlitt Peters and Jehu Mott. Wit- 
nesses Israel Smith, James Searing and David Batty, 
yeoman. Copy. 



«3o (H 75) 

1774 
May 5 

Decbr. i 



HOL8TED, Richardp of Goshen, Orange Co. 
Wife Esther, sons Richard, Joseph, Isaiah, Benjamin and 
Michael, daughter Sarah Seely, grandson Samuel Hoisted. 
Land in Wawayanda Patent; personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and sons Joseph and Michael. Witnesses 
Henry David, Daniel Everett and Susannah Hue (?). 



831 (H 76) See MOYR, Phiiipp Hendrick. 



832 (H 77) 

^'774. 
Oct. 8 

Octbr. a6 



HALLSTED, Johni of Haverstraw Precinct, 
Orange Co., farmer. Wife Mary, daughters Elisabeth 
and Sarah, son Jonah. Real and personal property. 
Executors John Coe and William Coe. Witnesses Wm. 
Smith, of Kakiat, merchant, Jonah Hallsted of same 
place, miller, and John Seaman. 



«33 (H 7«) 

Febrj. a6 
Octbr. a6 



HALLSTED, Caleb, of Haverstraw Precinct, 
Orange Co., farmer. Brother Benjamin Hallsted, daugh- 
ters Martha, Margret, Abigal, Serah, Hannah, Phebey, 
Elizabeth, Mary, Rachel and Cathrine. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors William Coe and Thunis Cooper. 
Witnesses John Hallsted, Peter van der Voort and Cor- 
nelius Smith, the last two of Kakiat, yeomen. 



B34 (H 79) 

« *774 
Scptbr. 3 

Septbr. 27 



HAMBLYy Josephi of Cornwall Precinct, Orange 
Co. Nuncupative will leaving all property to Thomas 
Swafford, to the exclusion of a brother in England. 
Proved by the testimony of Ebenezer Seely of Cornwall 
Prect.y yeoman, Salomon Teed and Jemimah Tidd. 



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«3S(H«o) HOLMES, Soloman, of Bedford, Westchester 

Septbr. ai Co., farmer. Wife Rachel, daughter Rachel Mills, other 
April 20 heirs of equal shares are Rebeccah Mills and Dorothy 
Holmes. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife, Ebenezar Miller and Peter Fleming. Witnesses 
Increse Miller, farmer, John Elliott and Daniel Holmes. 
Copy. 

836(H8i) HAWKINCS, Benjamin, of Brookhaven, Suf. 

July 5 folk Co., yeoman. Wife Desire, sons William H(avens), 
Jan?. 16 Benjamin, Eleazar, daughters Sarah, Desire and Martha. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and son 
William Havens Hawkings. Witnesses Joseph Denton, 
Nathaniel Denton, both of Suffolk Co., yeomen, and 
Elizabeth Longbotham. Copy. 

«37(H82) HILL, William, of Hanover Prect., Ulster Co., 

1774 
April 9 hatter. Wife Sarah, da. Mary, son William. Brother 

June 7 Samuel to have his passage to Ireland paid, if he wants 

to go. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 

and Robert Monnel. Witnesses David Monnell, Francis 

Lush of Ulster Co., labourer, and William Steuart. 

838 (H 83) HONEYWELL, Cilead, of Westchester Bor- 

1764 

April 23 ough, Westchester Co. Wife Mercy, son Gilbert, daugh- 
MaT4 ^^^^ Elizabeth and Mary, Mary, wife of Joseph Pell, 
Thaddeus and Alpheus, sons of Joseph Avery. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, James Ferres 
and Ebenezar Haviland. Witnesses Philipp Palmer, 
farmer, Josiah Quinby, storekeeper, and Solomon Hunt. 
Codicil of April 7, 1775, makes provision for son James, 
born since, and adds John Ferris as executor. Witnesses 
Benjamin Ferris, Samuel de la Plaine and Elijah Pell. 
Copy. 

839 (H 84) HUNTER, Robert, of Shawangunk Precinct, Ul- 

NorbrTaa stcr Co., yeoman. Wife Anne, da. of James Neelly, sons 

^783 James, John, David, William, Mattheus, Samuel and 

Robert, daughters Lilly and others not named. Real 

«3 



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and personal property. Executors son James and 
Matthew Rea. Witnesses Edward Neely, of New Wind- 
sor, fanner, George Knox, of Shawangunk, weaver, and 
James Fulton. 

• 

840 (H 85) H AICHT, Caleb, senior, of Charlotte Prect., Dutch- 
■775 

Apnld ess Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Caleb, Benjamin, Josiah 

NotEt? x2 ^^^ Nathanel, daughters Elizabeth, Abigail and Elanor. 

Real and personal estate. Executors son Josiah and 
Caleb Mosher. Witnesses John Nelson and Aaron Haight 
jun. 

841 (H 86) HOUCHTAILINC, John, senior, of the Little 9 

1775 » f » ;^ 

June 27 Partners, Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Yanakee, sons 
Mavao Johi^i Jacob, Isaac, Abraham, Adam and Peter, daughters 
Yanakee, wife of Rulufi Shearer, and Rachel, wife of 
William Snider. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and sons John and Jacob. Witnesses David 
Bostwick, John Bortell and Hugh Orr, of North East 
Prect., Dutchess Co., blacksmith. 

842(H«7) HARRISON, Elizabeth, of Ulster Co. Daugh- 

April X ters Phebe Peterson, Mary Sampson, son Isaac. Real and 
M*y 4 personal estate. Executors David Corwin sen. and David 
Moore jun. Witnesses William Denn of Wallkil Prect., 
yeoman, Mary Moore and Mehitabel Dunning. 

843(H88) HEERMANSE, Evert, of Rhinebeck Prect., 

DectM- a8 Dutchess Co. Wife Ackamanchee and sister Elizabeth 
1782 Heermanse heiresses and executrices of all real and per- 

* '^' ' sonal property. Witnesses Andries P. Heermanse, yeo- 
man, Goze Heermanse and John Coates. 

844 (H 89) HASBROUCK, Jonathan, of Newburgh, Ulster 
NoTbr. 24 Co., merchant. Wife Tryntje, sons Cornelius, Isaac and 
Jonathan, daughters Rachel and Mary. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, son Cornelius, bro. 
Abraham Hasbrouck and Joseph Gasherie. Witnesses 



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195 



S4S (H 90) 

1776 

Pebrr. 29 

I78a 
DectM-. 27 



846 (H 91) 

1777 

JaoT. 6 

17S3 
July 23 



847 (H 92) 

NoTor. 9 

1783 
Septbr. 16 



Geo. Clinton, James Gregg and Geo. Denniston. Codicil 
of Jnly 20, 1776, disposes of newly bought land and is 
witnessed by Robert Hunter, William Hunter and S. 
Robinson. Copy. 

H U NT, Lewis, of Dover, Pauldings Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Alice, daughters Susanah Briggs, 
Mary Stevens and Sarah Hunt. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Elkana Briggs and Saml. Stevens. Witnesses 
Ephraim Pray, Ebenezer Preston, both of Paulings Prect., 
yeomen and Agrippa Martin. 

HAUCK, Peter, of Knieskern Dorph, Albany Co. 
Wife Christina, sons Henrich, Peter, Jacob, daughters 
Anna, Elisabeth and Catrine. Homefarm and lands on 
Schoharry River, personal property. Executors brothers- 
in-law Doctor Jacob Worth and Peter Endors. Witnesses 
Henrich Simor, Casper Krisler and George T. Reinhard 
of Albany Co., schoolmaster. 

HOLSAPPEL, Phllipp, of Claverack, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Gertruy, daughters Maragret and 
Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors father 
Johannis Holsapple and Hendrick Klapper. Witnesses 
Rich*d Esselstyn, esquire, Michael Horton, captain, both 
of Claverack and Henrich Zeubel. 



S4« (H 93) 
Decbr. 15 

Septbr. 4 



849 (H 94) 

1777 
Fcbnr. 7 

Octbr. 4 



HEWSON, John, of Albany City, cordwainer. 
Wife Annatie, sons Daniel and Casparus. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors bro. Daniel Hewson and Rutger 
Bleecker, both of Albany. Witnesses Harms. A. Wendell, 
Jacob A. Wendell and Rutger Bleecker. 

HERCHHEIMER, Nicholas, of Canajoharie, 

Tryon Co. Wife Maria, da. of Peter S. Tygert, brothers 
Henry and John Herchheimer, sisters Elisabeth Barbary, 
Gertraut, Magdalene, Curtelia, Anna Maria, Elisabeth, 
Anna and Catharine, nephews Nicholas, Hanjoost, Geot^^e 



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and Henry, niece Elisabeth, all children of bro. Henry, 
nephew Nicholas, son of bro. Hanjoost, godsons Nicholas, 
son of Peter D. Schuyler, Nicholas, son of Rev. Abraham 
Rosecrants, Nicholas, son of Peter ten Broeck ; Rudolph, 
son of Rudolph Shoemaker, children of Jurry Henry Bell, 
vizt : Nicholas, Hanjoost, Anna and Maria, daughters of 
Rudolph Shoemaker, vizt : Catherine, Elizabeth and Ger- 
traut, godchild Mary Catherine, da. of Werner Tygert, 
and her sister Magdalene, Nicholas, son of Peter Tygert, 
Maria, da. of John Tygert, Peter S. Tygert, wife's brother, 
Johannes Bierhausen, miller. Brother George residuary 
legatee. Real and personal property (3 silver spoons, four 
do. teaspoons). Executors Hanyoost Shoemaker, John 
Eisenlord and John Tygert. Witnesses Johann Jost 
Koch, George House and Wm. Stine of Canajohary, 
labourer. 



85o(H^95) HOORNBECK, John, of Rochester Township, 

Jany. 5 Ulster Co., esquire. Wife Elizabeth, da. Hannah, nephew 

A^S^it Jacob jun., son of bro. Lodewick Hoornbeck. Real and 
personal estate. Executors bro. Hendricus Hoornbeck, 
bro.-in-law Jacob Hasbrouck, nephew Jacob Hoornbeck 
jun. and da. Hannah Hoornbeck. Witnesses Benjamin 
Merkell of Rochester, farmer, Lauerens Hoornbeck and 
Christopher Tappen. 



851 (H 96) HERCHHEIMER, Henrich,sonof Hon Yost 

Aug; 17 of Burnettsfield, German Flats Distr., Tryon Co. Wife 
S '?br o Catharine, sons Han Yost, Nicholas, Abraham, Henry and 
George, daughters Catherine, Elizabeth, Magdalene, Anna 
and Gertrude. Land on Lake Coneadrago in Croghans 
Patent, homefarm, personal property. Executors Ritcut 
Bligart of Albany City, attorney-at-law, sons Hon Yost 
and Nicholas. Witnesses Peter Bellinger, of Little Falls, 
. yeoman, Johannes Hess and Isaac Johnson. Supra, No. 
818. 



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^s»(«w) HOORNBECK,Hendricu8.ofRochcsterTown. 

Fcbry. 25 ship, Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, nephew Cornelius 
April 14 C. Schoonmaker, Cornelius P., son of nephew Phipp, son 
of bro. Lode wick Hornbeck heirs and executors of real 
and personal estate. Witnesses Patrick Connolly, Jacob 
Hoornbeck jun., farmer, and Cornelius Oosterhout jun., 
carpenter. 

^Hjjs^^ HOUCK, Hendrick, of Schoharie, Albany Co., 

Jn«y as yeoman. Children of eldest son Peter dec'd, vizt : Hen- 

NoTbr. 18 drick, Peter, Jacob, Elizabeth, Catherine and Anna, 

daughters Catherine Elizabeth, w. of Harme Sidnigh, 
Maria Elizabeth, Maria Hester, Catherine and Margaret, 
children of son Hendrick dec'd, vizt: Jurie, Anna and 
Hendrick, whose mother's name is Catherine. Home- 
farm, land at Knieskern Town, Schoharie, personal prop- 
erty. Executors son-in-law Harme Sidnigh of Schoharie 
and Rutger Bleecker of Albany. Witnesses Ino. R. 
Bleecker, Barent Bleecker and Abrm. Vcrplanck. 

854JH^99) HOWEL, Stephen, of Cornwall Prect, Orange 

March 30 Co., carpenter. Brother Charles Howel sole heir and 
Jn&26 executor of real and personal property. Witnesses 
Mathew Carpenter, Susannah Moffat and Thos. Moffat. 



^5S^(H^ioo) HOWEL, Matthew, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 

MaT I Sons Matthew, Theophilus, Philetus, William, daughters 
April 26 Mary, Margaret, Elizabeth and Jane. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Isaac Ludlow and Coe Gale, who re- 
fusing to act, Theophilus, son of testator, is made admin- 
istrator. Witnesses Enos Smith, blacksmith, Jonathan 
Smith and John Conner. 

*^\^ilo"'^ HAIGHT, Jonathan, of Fish Kils, Dutchess Co. 
Aur. 8 Wife Elizabeth, children Martha, Samuel, Cornelius, 
May 3 Susan, Jacob and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, brother Benjamin Haight of Con- 
necticut, Petrus Bogardus, William van Wyck and Jacob 



198 



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van Voorheess jun. of Dutchess Co. Witnesses Zacrias 
van Voorhes, Thomas Skinner and Henry Schenk. 



857 (H xoa) 

178Z 

May 24 

178a 
Decbr. 5 



HUTCHINS, John Nathan, late of N. Y.City, 

now of Newburgh, Ulster Co., schoolmaster. Wife Mary 
sole heiress and executrix of "worldly estate." Wit- 
nesses Henry Smith, yeoman, Robert Morison, physician, 
both of Newburgh Precinct, and Wm. Albertson. 



858 (H Z03) 
1781 

May — 

1783 
Octbr. zo 



HAMMOND, Aaron, of Philipps Town, Albany 
Co. Wife Meacey, daughters Sarah Creamer and Rebec- 
cah. Real and personal estate. Executors John Dusen- 
berry and Robert Bullis. Witnesses Abraham Holmes 
of the East Distr., Rensselaerswyck Manor, farmer, Sarah 
Holmes and Elizabeth O'Neal. 



859 (H Z04) 

Z78a 
Decor. 2Z 

1784 
Jany. z6 



HOCEBOOM, Jeremiah, of Claverack Distr., 
Albany Co. Wife Annatie, daughter Christina, wife of 
Gideon R. Hubbart, son Peter. Real and personal prop- 
erty includes '' parts or parcels of the estates of Jurrian 
van Hoesen and David van Hoesen, both deceased, as I 
am entitled to in right of my wife." Executor son Peter. 
Witnesses Thomas Hop, James Hogeboom and Thomas 
Williams jun. of Claverack, gentleman. 



860 (H Z05) 

z78a 
Decbr. 15 

1783 
March 28 



HUBNER (Hevener), Daniel, of Rhinebeck 

Precinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Eve, children Susana, Ro- 
dia and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, her father Hendrick Shup and Lodewick Elsefer. 
Witnesses Peter Shop, trader, Valentine Trumport and 
Ananias Cooper. 



86z (H Z06) 

178a 

Jany. aa 

May 6 



HALL| John, of Beeckmans Prect., Dutchess Co. 

Wife , John, son of Benjamin Hall, Gideon Hall, 

Benjamin Hall, William Hall, daughter Mary, wife of 



Calendar of Wills. 199 

Daniel Ketcham ; Abigail, wife of John Mott» Wait, wife 
of Austin Titus. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Benjamin, Gideon and William Hall. Witnesses Ebe- 
nezer Gary, Physician, Thomas Glements, yeoman, Benja- 
min Rogers and Abner Scidmore. 



^%7to^^ HALLOCK, Samuel, of N. Marlborough Prect., 
ayth Day Ulster Co. Wife Sarah, Elijah Hallock, John Hallock, 

"^^78^*^ Anna Sands, Phebe Hallock, Deborah Hallock, Foster 
OcttiT. 30 Hallock, Clement Hallock and James Hallock (probably 
the children, although not called sons and daughters). 
Real and personal estate. Gives 3 acres to 9 Partners 
Monthly Meeting in case they will build a Meeting House. 
Executors the wife, John Young, Nehemiah Smith, Caleb 
Mcrritt and Benjamin Anthony. Witnesses John Moore, 
John Moore jun. of Marlborough Prect., farmers, and 
Thomas Hallock. 



863(Hio8) HARDENBERCH, Johannes, of Rosendall, 
X78J ' 

Febnr. 19 Hurly Township, Ulster Go. Sons Johannes and Jacob 
Scp7bi^ 20 Rutsen, son of dec'd son Charles, vizt : Johannes C, grand- 
son Johannes H. Meier, da. Rachel, wife of Domine 
Meier, children of da.-in-law Nensie Riese dec*d, vizt: 
John, Catie, Pallie, Ellenger, Racel, Benjamin, Pagie, 
Nensie, Thomas, Harmanus and Elesabet. Real and 
personal property. Executors sons Johannes and Jacob 
R. Hardenbergh. Witnesses Abraham Krom of Hurly, 

cooper, Elesabeth Ga , Jacob Heermanse of same 

place, innholder. Very dilapidated document. 



^(Hiog) HORTON, Barnabas, of Goshen, Orange Co., 

Octbr. 9 yeoman. Wife Mary, sons Silas, Barnabas, Mathias, da. 

Decbr. 9 Mary. Real and personal property. Executors sons 

Barnabas and Silas. Witnesses Jonathan Swezy, John 

Taylor and Eusebeus Austin, of Goshen, physician. 



200 



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865 (H zio) 

lath Day 

4th Month 

Z786 

March 8 



HO AC, David, of the Oblong, Paulings Prect. 
Dutchess Co. Wife Keziah, sons William, David, Sam- 
uel, daughters Hannah and Keziah. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons William and Samuel. Wit- 
nesses Tristram Russell, John Hoag 3d, farmer, and Abel 
Hoag. 



866 (H zzz) 

X783 
April 19 

1784 
March zz 



HOCE BOOM, Peter, of Beekmans Prect., Dutch- 
ess Co., farmer. Wife Elizabeth, children John, Jacob, 
Elizabeth, Sarah, Peter, Margaret, Hannah, James, Polly, 
and Catrin ; Bartho'w Hogeboom, who (they call my son, 
crossed out) goes by that name. Real and personal es- 
tate. Executors the wife and Barth'w Noxon. Witnesses 
Smiten Tripp, yeoman, Jones D. Long and Samuel 
Irish. 



867 (H zia) 
Z783 

JanT. 6 

SeptSr. Z9 

Dutch 



HARDICK, Francis, jun., of Claverack, Albany 
Co. Wife Margarieta, sons William, Pieter and David, 
daughters Anna Catharina, Maria, Elizabeth, Annatje, 
Margarieta and Gerrit je. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and sons William and Peter. Witnesses 
Justus H. van Hoesen of Claverack, Gerrit Hardick and 
Stephen van Dyck of Coxhacky, esquire. 



868 (H Z13) 

1783 
Octbr. 6 

Z786 
Febry. 33 



HILTON, Peter, of Sarotogo, Albany Co. Wife 
— , son Richard and other children, not named. Real 



and personal estate. Executors Abraham Eights and 
Jacobus Vansanti. Witnesses Peter W. Douw, Jacob 
van Shaick and John Sheperd. 



869 (H 114) 

Z784 

Tune 22 

Octbr. 5 



HACEDORN, Jacob, of Rhinebeck Prect. Wife 
Maritie, sons Peter, Francis, Jacob, Jury, David and Jo- 
hannis, da. Annatie. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors son Francis, Everardus Bogardus and Isaac Davis. 
Witnesses John Wels jun., farmer, Ruliff Ostrom and 
Isaac van Fradenburgh. 



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20 1 



870 (H IIS) 

1784 

Mayas 
Decbr. 19 



871 (H 116) 

1784 

July 13 

Septbr. 30 



87a (H 117) 

1784 

Febrj. 6 

, «78S . 
Jany. 13 



873 (H 118) 

1784 

March 9 

178S 
July 8 



874 (H 119) 

1784 
March 10 

1786 
Septbr. II 



HARPER, John, of Harpersfield, Tryon Co., gen- 
tleman. Wife Rebcccah, da. Abigail, who has a da. Eu- 
nice, wife of John Tudle (?), Mary, Margaret and Mer- 
iam, sons William, John, Alexander and Joseph. Real 
and personal estate. Executors son Alexander and son- 
in-law William McFarland. Witnesses David Earll, Elihu 
Curtis and Josiah Throop of Johnstown, surveyor. 

HOWELL, Hezekiah, of Cornwall Prect, Or- 
ange Co., esquire. Wife Susanna, sons Hezekiah, Charles, 
daughters Fhebe, Jane, Susanna and Abigail. Homefarm 
in Blaggs Clove, land in New Windsor Township, Ulster 
Co., personal property. Executors the wife and son 
Hezekiah. Witnesses Sylvanus White, Francis Brewster, 
yeoman, and Anselm Helme. 



HOFFMAN, Anthony, of Kingston, Ulster Co., 
blacksmith. Wife Catherine, sons Nicholas, Abraham and 
Anthony, daughters Catherine, Saretie, Jannetie and Ma- 
ritie, child of da. Annatie dec'd, vizt. Saretie. Houses 
and lots in Kingston, land in Dutchess Co., personal 
property. Executors son Anthony and sons-in-law John 
Addison and Hans Kierstede. Witnesses Cornelius El- 
mendorph jun., James Roe, both of Kingston, yeomen, 
and Joseph Gasherie. 

HERMANS, Jacob, of Red Hook, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Catherina, sons Andrew, John, Jacob, Martin, 
daughters Neiltie, wife of Peter Cantine, Annatie, wife of 
Isaac Stoutenburgh and Dorothea. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons Andrew, John and Jacob. 
Witnesses Martin Vosburgh, Johannes Klum and Wm. 
Wheeler, physician. 

HOCEBOOM, Thomas, of Clavcrack, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Albertge, sons Johannes, Lawrance, 
Cornelias, Bartholomew, Abram, James, da. Janitje and 
Albertge, children of dec'd da. Sarah MuUer, vizt. John 



202 Calendar of Wills. 



and Sarah Mullen Real and personal property. Exec- 
utors sons Lawrance, Abram and Bartholomew. Wit- 
nesses George Weismer, Caty Wiesmer and Peter Wies- 
mer. Copy. 

*7S^(H wo) HUEY, James, of Montgomery Prect., Ulster Co. 

Aug. zz Wife Mary, da. Mary, an expected child, children of sis- 
^^" ' ter Ann, vizt : Leah and Rachel Dubois. Land at Jer- 
mantown and in New Windsor Prect., personal property 
(money in Continental Treasury). Executors Nicholas 
Hardenbergh of Shawangunk Prect., Abraham Caldwell 
and William Cross, both of Montgomery Precinct. Wit- 
nesses Henry Rump, yeoman, William Ross, labourer, 
and John Colter, yeoman. 



876 (H zaz) H ALSTED, Jacob, (of Ulster Co.). Wife Riahel, 

Septbf. 7 sons Jacob, John, laec (Isac), Aberham and Stphson (? ?). 

1786 Land in Orange Co. personal property. Executors the 

wife, son Jacob and Elly Pheleps. Witnesses Robert 

Ross and Jacob Tremper. 



877J[J|^iaa) HUESTIS, Jonathan, of Pawlings Precinct, 

Z2th Dutchess Co. Wife Rachel, son Solomon, Jonathan, 

Tth Month 

Octbr. 3 Moses, Jacob, Joseph, and Isaac, daughters Mary Butts, 
Rachel Frost and Phebe Sutton. Real and personal es- 
tate. Executors sons Jonathan and Moses Heustis. 
Witnesses Brittan Tallman, farmer, Gilbert Browne and 
Alvin Browne. 



878 (H 123) HATHAWAY, Jacob, of Kinderhook, Columbia 
1787 
Janj. 13 Co. Wife Thankful, sons Guilford, Abner, Elisha, Dan- 
March ao jgj^ grandson Cornish, son of Guilford, da. Hulda, wife of 

Elijah Kent, Ruth, wife of Eleb Phaxon and Lydia. 
Only money devised. Executors son-in-law Elijah Kent 
and son Daniel. Witnesses Samuel Clark, yeoman, Ralph 
Austin and John Nichols Berry. 



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203 



879 (H 134) HOFFMAN, Anna C, of New York, missing. 



880 (H las) 

1799 
Tnnej 

Aog.— 



881 (H 126) 

«7S7 
Febry. 28 



882 (H 127) 
1782 

NoTor. II 

883 (H 128) 
1736 

NoTbr. 36 



HANSEN, Dirck, of Greenbush, Rensselaer Co. 
Wife Helena, and children not named. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife, Wm. Beeckman of 
Schoharie Co., esquire, Jacob Staats of Rensselaer Co. 
and James van Rensselaer of Albany Co., esquire. Wit- 
nesses Neeltie Bleecker, Nichs. Bleecker and Jas. van 
Ingen. 

HOPE, Alexander, of N. Y. City, mariner. Let- 
ters of administration on the estate of, granted to Joseph 
Haynes of N. Y. City, merchant. 

H AM ANON D, Aaron, bond of administrator of 
estate of, to-wit Hezekiah Coon. 

HOLLAND, Henry, late Captain Independent 
Comp. of Fusileers at Albany. Certificate, that his eld- 
est son Edward Holland, Mayor of Albany City, has been 
made administrator of the estate of. 



883a (H 129) 

1758 
April 22 

Decbr. 11 



884 

X774 
March 4 

1786 

Febry. 23 



HEPWORTH, Thomas, now of N. Y. City, 

mariner. Wife Martha sole heiress and executrix of real 
and personal estate. Witnesses Lawr. Wessels, James 
McCartney, innholder, and Bartel Miller, cordwainer. 

HEMPSTED, Robert, of Southold, Suffolk Co. 
Wife Meheteble, sons Thomas, Joshua, daughters Abi- 
gail, Elisabeth, Mary and Experience. Land in Southold, 
inherited from father Benjamin Youngs, father of first 
wife Mary Younge, and bought from Benjamin Youngs 
Prime, land in Colchester, Connt., personal property. 
The wife sole executrix. Codicil of Febry 30 (sic), 1779 
mentions bro. John Hempsted. Witnesses Joseph Prince, 
William Horton junior, both yeomen and Benjamin Prince, 
silversmith all of Southold. Recorded Wills and Pro- 
bates, Vol. I.,'p. 16. 



204 



Calendar of Wills. 



885 
Z786 

Decbr. 9 

1787 
Jany. 9 



HAVENS, Amy, widow, (of Suffolk Co.). Nuncu- 
pative will of, gives personal property to John Havens, 
Phebe Havens, Clarissa Havens and grandchildren, Wil- 
liam and Jany Nicoll (one silver snuff box, a gold ring, 
two large and seven small silver spoons). Proved by 
evidence of Phebe Havens widow, Phebe Havens jun. 
spinster and Henry Halsey, yeoman, all of Suffolk Co. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 18. 



886 

1783 

NoTb. I 

Z788 

Febry. iz 



HAYNES, John, of Philadelphia, late of the Con- 
tinental ship of war Alliance^ gives to Thomas Halfpenny, 
breeches maker, all real and personal estate, including 
prize money due and makes him executor. Witnesses 
Isaac Howell and James Jordan of N. Y. City, where the 
will was proved, proof calling the deceased " of Balto- 
more." Recorded ut supra, p. 178. 



887 
1788 

Febrjr. 8 
March zi 



HOLT, Elizabeth, of N. Y. City, widow. Grand- 
niece Elizabeth, da. of Colonel Eleazar Oswald and his 
wife Elizabeth, Mary Hall, David Mandeville Westcot, 
Elizabeth Hoogland, Hanna January; Colonel Oswald 
and da. residuary legatees of real and personal property. 
Executors Col. Oswald and wife. Witnesses J. McCree, 
Leonard Yundl and Assheton Humphreys. Proved In 
Philadelphia, Penn. Recorded ut supra, p. 182. 



888 
Decbr. 5 
Febry. ix 



HARDY, Susannah Margaret, wife of John 

Oakes Hardy, Captain Royal Navy, and daughter of 
Doctor Peter Middleton of N. Y. City dec'd. The hus- 
band sole heir and executor. Witnesses Robert Hurdy 
(Sturdy?) of Kirby Str., Parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, 
Middlesex Co., gentleman, Richard Blackford of Wal- 
worth, Parish of St. Mary, Harrington, County of Surry, 
gentleman, and Thomas Atkinson. Proved in London. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 349. 



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205 



889 
X79J 

Septbr. as 
Octbr. 30 



HICKS, Jacob Johnson, of Pennsylvania, 
esquire. Sister Catharine Ceronio and her sons William, 
James and Edward, cousin Violetta, da. of Isaac Hicks, 
John and Mary, children of Mrs. Catherine Carey, brother 
William, children of John Barcley of Philadelphia, esquire, 
by his present wife, vizt : John Mortimer, Mary, Harriet 
and Sophia. Real and personal property. Executor 
John Barcley. Witnesses A. I. Dallas (secretary of the 
Governour), John Woods and Mich. Reynolds. Proved 
in Penna. Recorded ut supra, p. 376. 



890 

Decbr. — 

«79S 
Jany.S 



HAWEY, Thomas, of St. Elizabeth Parish, 
Cornwall Co., Island of Jamaica, esquire, now at New 
York. Brother-in-law George Young of N. Y. City, 
esquire, Patrick White and James Davy, both of St. 
Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica, trustees and executors of all 
real and personal estate for sister Ann, wife of George 
Young, her infant da. Ann Elizabeth and sons George 
and Brook Young. Witnesses Wm. Neilson, Wm. Neil- 
son jun. and E. Watson. Proved in N. Y. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 455. 



891 
1794 

May 33 

1796 
Decbr. 7 



HUNTER, William, of Bristol, warehouseman. 
Wife Susanna, sole heiress and executrix of real and per- 
sonal estate, lives at date of proof at Philadelphia, Penna. 
Witnesses Thomas Morgan, attorney at Bristol, Wm. 
Gurnsey, John Turnpenny jun. Proved in England. 
Recorded Vol. II., Wills and Probates, p. 29. 



892 

179J 

aSth Day 

I2th Month 

Septbr. 5 



HAINES, Reuben, of Philadelphia, brewer. Wife 
Margaret, sons Casper W(ister), Josiah and Reuben, 
daughter Catherine. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the three sons, nephew Bartholomew Wister and 
step brother Josiah Matlack. Witnesses Lawrence 
Seckel, Peter Thomson and Peter Thomson jun. Codicil 
of 1 2th. day 4th month 1793 leaves legacy to contributors 



206 



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893 
1795 

March 27 

1798 
Janj. 20 



894 

April zi 

1800 
May la 



895 
1807 

Octbr. 24 

Z809 

Fcbry. 13 



806 

Z813 

Febrjr. zz 

Apnl Z4 



to Pennsylvania Hospital. Witnesses Lawrence Seckel, 
Geo. Pennock and Nathan Matlack jun. Proved in Phila- 
delphia. Recorded ut supra, p. 41. 

HANSON, John, of the Island of Antigua, at pres- 
ent in N. Y., grandson of John and Mary Wilkinson of 
Antigua dec'd, and son of Thomas Hanson and wife Eliz- 
abeth, who married as second husband John Braham of 
said Island. Wife Mary, son Robert and da. Martha, 
nephews James, Hughes sons, of br. James Hanson jun. 
dec'd, John Brooke Halloran and Thomas Hanson Hallo- 
ran. Mentions property derived from kinsman James 
Hanson senior and wife Elizabeth. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife, Lawrence Kortright, 
Abraham Brasher, and Anthony Van Dam of N. Y. City, 
merchants, Cornelius Henderickson, John Heylegar and 
Thomas Lille. Witnesses John Roome, Ino. van Dam and 
Moses I. Hays. Recorded ut supra, p. 63. 

HUN, Harm 6, of Albany City. Wife Elsie, grand- 
son Harme Bogert, daughters Cathelina, wife of Isaac 
Bogart, Maycka, wife of Cornelius van Buren, and Jan- 
netie, wife of Thomas Lansing. Lot on S. side of Fox 
Creek, house and lot in Court Str., Albany, personal 
property. Executors the wife and the three daughters. 
Witnesses Henry R. Lansing, John Bogart and Gerrit 
Bogart. Recorded ut supra, p. 279. 

HILLS, John, of Charlotte, Chittenden Co., Ver- 
mont. Sons Zimri, and Lewis, daughters Ester Clarren 
— and Olive. Real and personal estate (gunsmiths shop 
and tools). Executors Zimri Hills and James Beers. 
Witnesses Joseph Allen, Jeremiah Barton and Jobe 
Smith. Recorded ut supra, p. 295. 

HUYCK, Burger J., of Kinderhook, Columbia 
Co. Wife Margaret, son James and other children, not 
named. Real and personal estate. Executors and trus- 



Calendar of Wills. 207 



tecs Henry L. van Dyck and James yan der Poel. Wit- 
nesses Ino. Doll, John van der Poel and Peter T. van 
Slyck. Recorded ut supra, p. 3 10. 

itSi hicks, Whitehead, of Flushing. Queens Co., 

Octbr. I Wife Charlotte, sons John, Thomas and Elias, da. Mar- 
Novbr. 18 garet. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 

Henry Brevoort, Honble William Smith, chief justice of 
the Province of N. Y. and David Colden of Flushing. 
Witnesses Joseph Lawrence, Scott Hicks, both yeomen 
and Tho. Willet. Recorded, Vol. HI., p. 9. 

^® HICKS, John, of Flushing, Queens Co., yeoman. 

NoTbr. la Wife Elinor, sons Robert, Ellis, William and Thomas. 

AorS^S ^^*' ^"^ personal estate. Executors the wife, brother 
Isaac Hicks, brothers-in-law Thomas Ellison, John Tall- 
man and Benjamin Thorn. Witnesses Samuel String- 
ham, William van Wyck and D. Cumphrey. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 65. 

^ HEATH, William, mariner, who died out of the 

Janj. I State and was not an inhabitant thereof ; Letters of ad- 
ministration on his estate granted to Sarah, his widow. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 83. 

9<w HYLTON, John, of New York City. Deceased 

May 18 wife's name had been Ann and had daughters Sarah and 
Aug. ao Mariam Combs, sister Mary Hylton, sons Ralph and 
Thomas. Real estate partly derived from John Combs 
dec'd of Jamaica, L. L, personal property. Executors 
son Ralph, Thomas Braine and Stephen Skinner. Wit- 
nesses Sally Byvanck, Edward Laight and Mary Hylton. 
Codicil of July 29, 1782 adds sister Mary Hylton to the 
executors and disposes of an obligation from Robert 
Randolph and Daniel L. Hylton of Virginia. Witnesses 
Edward Laight, of N. Y. City, merchant, Catharine Skin- 
ner and Margt. Gautier. Recorded ut supra, p. 90. 



2o8 Calendar of Wills. 



^^» HENDORFF, Frederick Christopher, late 

Septbr. 2 Ensign 3d Batt. New Levies, Col. Abraham van Uuskirk. 

Letters of administration on the estate of, granted to 
Frederick Westfall of N. Y. City, sugar baker, as creditor. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 121. 

i7?6 HALLENBEEK, Jacob, of Clinkenberg, Albany 

July 5 Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, children Jacob, Naning, Jo- 
Octlr^JS hannis, Hendrick, Alida, wife of Johannis Staats, Maria, 
Johanna and Gertruy. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors sons Jacob, Naning, Johannes and Hendrick. Wit- 
nesses David van der Heyden, Johs. Rutsen Bleecker, who 
testifies, that testator was at time of signing will 50 or 60 
yrs old, and Rutgar Bleecker. Recorded Vol. IV., p. $. 

^3 HATCH, Asa, of Brutus Township, Cayuga Co. 

Jany. 2 Wife Lucy, sons Charles, Warner, Jonathan, Asa, daugh- 
IiinT^6 ^^^^ Lucy Carpenter, Polly Whipple, Fanny Todd, Betsey 
Bascom, and Lydia. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tor son Jonathan. Witnesses Saml. Porter, John Dor- 
rance and James Porter. Recorded ut supra, p. 67. 

x^ HUN, Thomas, of Albany City, esquire. Wife 

Decbr. 13 Elizabeth, daughter Ann, wife of Rev. John Bossett, son 
A^'^K Abraham. Houses and lots on Market Str., Albany, land 
in Greenbush, Rensselaer Co. and in Montgomery Co., 
personal property. Executors the wife and two children. 
Witnesses Barent Bleecker, Ino. R. Bleecker jun., Abra- 
ham R. ten Eyck and Rensselaer Westerlo. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 71. 

^5 HUN, Abraham, of Albany City, counsellor-at-law. 

Septbr. 30 Wife Maria, da. of Leonard Gansevoort junior, son 
X814 Thomas, da. Elizabeth. Houses and lots on Market and 

Dock Str. and on Union and Hannibal Str., Albany, per- 
sonal property. Exectors the wife, father-in-law Leonard 
Gansevoort junior, brother-in-law Rev. Dr. John Basset 



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and wife (see No. 904), and Rensselaer Westerlo. Wit- 
nesses Ino F. Evertsen, Abrm. A. Lansingh and Isaac 
Hutton. Recorded ut supra, p. 77. 

1% HACADORN, Samuel, of the Town of Gallo- 

JaoT. 24 way, Saratoga Co. Wife Sophia, sons Jonathan, John, 
An|!^z8 Cornelius, Henry, Samuel, daughters Elizabeth, wife of 
Henry R. Hagedorn, Leah, Maria, wife of John Ross, 
and Margaret. Real and personal estate. Executors son 
Jonathan and Henry A. Oothout. Witnesses Abrm. Oot- 
hout, Abrm. Santvoord and John M. Marselus. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 91. 

1S21 HARRIS, Joseph, proceedings of the Supreme 

Aug:. 33 Court at Utica in proving the will of, by Ann Harris, 

executrix, Lemuel L Page and wife Sarah, William James 

and wife Elizabeth, Margaret Harris and Joseph Harris, 

who are cited as heirs at law. Recorded Vol. V., p. 7. 

9^ HICBY, Joseph, of Whitestown, Oneida Co., 

March 3 farmer. Sons Joseph, Asahel, Enoch and Elisha, daugh- 
Awt^ii ^^^^ Abigail, wife of Salmon Stanley, Olive, wife of Ebe- 
nezer R. Hawley, Asenath, wife of Matthew N. Tillotson, 
Mary, da. of da. Mary, greatgrandson Lewis Richardson, 
son of preceding grandda. Mary. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the four sons. Witnesses Jonathan 
Richardson, Saml. Dakin and Polly Dakin. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 31. 

S21 HALL, John, of the Town of Benton, Ontario Co. 

SeptlN-. la Wife Sarah, children Moses, Rachel, wife of Jacob Hall, 
Attff'ai John, Joseph, Jacob B., Mary, wife of Stephen Whitaker, 
Catherine, wife of Amzi Bruen. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons Moses and Jacob B. Hall with ad- 
visory committee of Henty Dwight, Gavin L. Nicholas 
and Daniel Hudson, all of the Town of Seneca, Ontario 
Co. Witnesses W. W. Watson, Perez Hasting junior, 
and Joshua Gray. Recorded ut supra, p. 58. 



2IO 



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910 

Janj. x8 
Dntcb 



9XX 

Z678 

Decbr. 24 

4 P.M. 

Dutch 



oxa 

Z680-Z 

jMiy. 5 

Recorded 

Jany z8 

Dotcb 



HENDRICS, Hans, from Traecx (?). Jochim 
Fietersen and wife. Real and personal estate. Witnesses 
Cornells van der Hoykens, fiscal, Adam Roelantsen, Jan 
Dircksen and Jan Evertsen Bout. N. Y. Col. MSS., II., 
p. 93- 

HARDENBERCH.Cerrit, of New Albany, bom 

at Maerssen, and wife Jaepi^ Schepmoes, born at New 
York. Children mentioned, but not by name. Incom- 
plete. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 69. 

HEYNDRICSEN, Andri68,ofKinderhook,born 

at Ootmars in Twent. Jan Gilbertsen of Albany and 
wife Cornelia. *' Temporal estate." No executor named. 
Witnesses Jacob Maertensen, Evert Wendell and Adriaen 
van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, II., p. 324. 



9x3 

1693-4 
Febry. 13 



HENDRICKSEN, Hans, of Albany City, yeo. 

man. Wife Eva, children Hendrick Hansen, Margriete, 
wife of Frederick Harmensen, Johannes and Elsie Han- 
sen. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. 
Witnesses Frans Pruyn, Barent Albertsen Bratt and 
Abram Kip. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 19. 



9x4 

1705 

Aug. 33 



HUYCH.Andries Hansen, of Kinderhook, Al- 

bany Co. Wife Catharine, children Johannis, Lambert, 
Burger, Cate, Jochem, Comelis, Anna, Andries, Maria 
and Margaret. Real and personal estate. The wife sole 
executrix. Witnesses David Schuyler, Justice, Abraham 
Schuyler and Robert Livingston jun. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., p. 146. 



9x5 

Decbr. 19 

174J 

Novbr. 3 

Dntcb 



HARDIK, Francis, of Claverack, Albany Co. 
Children Jan, Willem, Sarah, wife of Jonathan Rees, 
children (3) of dec'd da. Gerritie, late wife of Do. Justus 
Valkenaer. Real and personal estate. Executor son 



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211 



Willem. Witnesses Samuel ten Broeck, D. W. ten 
Broeck and Evert Bout. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 
p. 2o6. 



916 

1747 
Jane ao 

Fcl>ry. 23 
Dutch 



HOCENBOOM, Peter, of Claverack, Albany 
Co. Children Peter, Rachel, Cornells, Bartholomeus, 
Catrynte, wife of Ph. Conyn, Hilletie, wife of Jochem 
Radcliff, Arriatie, widow of Lours, van Alee, Geertruy, wife 
of Willem van Ness, Johannis, Jeremyas, Marytie, wife 
of Jochem van Valckenburgh, and Annatie. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons Bartholomeus, Johannis 
and Jeremyas. Witnesses Johannes ten Eyck of Living- 
ston Manor, Abrm. Vosburghen and Pieter Lounhard. 
Albany Co. Record, Wills, L, p. 240. 



9x7 
1764 

NoTbr. 19 

1766 

Ang. 18 



HALENBEEK, Hendrick, of Albany City, yeo- 
man. Wife Susannah, children, Isaac, Dorothy, Eliza- 
beth, wife of William Helling, Daniel, Garret, Jacob, 
Anthony and Barnardus, children of son Isaac, vizt : 
Hendrick, Nicolas and Daniel. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the eight children. Witnesses Jacob Cooper, 
William Fryer and Johs. Roorback, all of Albany City. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 309. 



918 

1816 
NoTbr. 37 

i8ai 
Octbr. 29 



HOCTELINC, Cerrit, of Bethlehem, Albany Co., 
farmer. Wife , children Hilmas, David, Peter, Han- 
nah, wife of Garret van Alen, Maria. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons David and Helmas. Witnesses 
Henry Creble, John Leedings and Gerrit Hogan. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 81. 



919 

1817 

Septbr. 18 



HOCAN, Neeltie, of Albany City. Nieces Dor- 
othy and Eleanor Brown, Matilda, da. of John Brown 
dec'd, nephew William Brown. Real and personal estate. 
Executors nephew William and nieces Dorothy and 
Eleanor Brown. Witnesses Ebenezer Piatt, Harman 
Jenkins and I. V. N. Yates. Codicil of Aug. 19, 1820, 



212 



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appoints the executors, named in will Trustees for 
Matilda Brown, now wife of James Gibbons jun. Wit- 
nesses Ira Jenkins, I. W. H. Smoil (?) and I. V. N. Yates. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 104. 



930 (I z) 
1737 

Aug. 31 

Octobr. 5 

ztt George 3d 



JANSEN, Mattys, son of Jan Mattyson dec'd, of 
Kingston, Ulster Co., cordwainer. Children Johannis, 
Thomas, Cornelius, Jacobus, Grietie, wife of Lewis de 
Bois, Marritie, wife of Johannis Decker, Magdalena and 
Ragel. Real and personal estate (three silver cups and 
twelve do. spoons). Executors son Johannis, brother 
Thomas Jansen and brother John Crooke jun. Witnesses 
Petrus Vos, Hendrick Jansen and Gilbert Livingston. 



931 (1 3) 

;734-S 
Jany. 3 



JOHNSONy Albert, of Richmond Co., yeoman. 
Wife Catharine, sister Rachel, wife of Matthew van 
Brakell, niece Mary, da. of bro. Robert Johnson dec'd, 
daughter Martha, children of sister Rachel van Brakell, 
vizt : Martha, Rachel and Mary, Mary Gould. Real and 
personal estate. Executors John Lecount and Paul 
Mushow. Witnesses Nicolas Lozzlere, Stephen Wood 
and Adam Mott. Copy made April 14, 1763. 



933 (1 3) JACKSON, James, of Orange Co., missing. 



923 (1 4) 
1746 

Septbr. 15 
Octbr. 17 



JACKSON, Hanoch, of Goshen, Orange Co. 
William Gelston, his sisters Jane Currey and Elizabeth 
and bro. Hugh Gelston, Thomas Jackson, Thomas Gate, 
Thomas Smith and Samuel Gelston. Land in Wawa- 
yanda Patent; personal property. Executors Thomas 
Smith and David McCamly, both of Orange Co. Wit- 
nesses Henty Weesner jun., John Martin and William 
Thomson. 



9^(15) JACKSON, William, of Orange Co., missing, 

1746. 



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213 



9^S (I 6) 

Decor. 31 

«754 
Jone 21 



JEWELL, Anne, of East Chester, Westchester 
Co., widow. Sons William, Hezekiah and Amos. Real 
and personal estate. Executor Walter Briggs of West 
Chester. Witnesses Ino. Barlow, Thomas Sherwood and 
Mary Sherwood. Copy. 



936(17) 

X753 
May aa 

I7SS 
May 34 



JONES, Evan, of Hermitage, Ulster Co., prac- 
titioner of physics. Wife Bridget, sons John, Thomas, 
Evan, James and Edward, da. Mary. Homefarm of 2000 
acres, land at New Windsor ; personal property. Execu- 
tors the wife and sons John and Thomas. Witnesses 
Enos Ayres of Orange Co., minister of the gospel, Martha 
Ayres and Charles Clinton. 



927 (I 8) 

1759 
Ang^. z6 

1760 

Octobr. 3 



JAN SEN, Thomas, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., 
farmer. Wife Majeke, son, Hendrekus, Johannis, da. 
Annatje, children of dec*d da. Sarah, late wife of John 
Chrispell, da. Janitje, wife of Johannis Eltinge, Rebecca, 
Catherine, and other children, not named. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors sons Johannis and Hendrekus. 
Witnesses Martin de Lametter of Marbletown, farmer, 
Dirck Wynkoop jun. of Kingston, merchant, and Nicholas 
Rosa. 



928 n 9) 
1760 

Jany. 26 
April 10 



JENNINS, Richard, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife 
Phebe, sons Isaac, Benjamin, Richard, daughters Ann, 
Jerusha, Elizabeth, Ruth and Phebe. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife and sons-in-law John Wood 
and John Carpenter. Witnesses Rebecca Allison, Wil- 
liam Denn and Busul Seely of Goshen Prect., planter. 



929 (I xo) 

X76a 
Octbr. 29 

March 10 



JAYN, Samuel, of Floroday, Orange Co. Wife 
Dinah, son Samuel, da. Mary. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and son. Witnesses Isaac Ludlum, 
Ebenezer Holly jun. and Saml. Gale, merchant. 



214 Calendar of Wills. 



^^^764"^ JONES, Thomas, near Fort Edward, N. Y. Wife 

Decbr. 17 Sarah, sole heiress and executrix. Witnesses Richard 
jM^.^ap Lockwood, Joseph Gillett, both of Fort Edward, yeomen, 
and James Dunsee. Proved in Albany Co. 

931 (I ") JACKSON, William, of Orange Co.,1765, missing. 



933(1^13) JIN ENS, Joseph, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 

Decbr. 25 Co. Wife Hannah, grandsons Joseph Whitely, Pardon 
Apri/s Whitely, granddaughter Judah Lake, da. Martha, wife of 
Robert Whitely. Real and personal property. Execu- 
tors Benjamin Deuile and Elijah Doty, both of Beekmans 
Prect. Witnesses Matthew Ferriss, Philipp Allen, both 
Quakers, and Susannah Doty. 

'^1766^^ JANSEN, Johannis, jun., of Marbletown, Ulster 

July z Co. Wife Geertje sole heiress of real and personal estate. 

Apriiii Executors the wife and bro.-in-law Benjamin Rosa. Wit- 
nesses Sara Sleght, Willem Eltinge, yeoman, and Hend. 
Sleght of Kingston, merchant. 



934^(1^15) IRISH, Smiton, of Dutchess Co. Wife Elizabeth, 

Decbr ao children Samuel, Mary, Jonathan, Amos, and George, 
NovLffas cousin Sarah Reynolds and an expected child. Real and 

personal estate. Executors Joseph Irish and Zebulon 
Hoxsie. Witnesses Lot Tripp, Smiton Tripp, both of 
Dutchess Co., yeomen, and Smiton Brownell. 



^^1768^ JANSEN, Roelof, and wife Elizabeth, of Schoo- 

Aug. 18 dack, Albany Co. Grandchildren Roelof and Elizabeth 

Auff. 16 Jansen, Mary L and Roeloif L Huick. Real and personal 

property. Executors not named. Witnesses Andries ten 

Eyck of Albany Co., farmer, Kasper Springsteen and Ino. 

Fitzgerald. 



Calendar of Wills. 215 



93«(1 17) JONES, Jonathan, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 

Jvly z5 Co., yeoman. Wife Hannah, children Lewis, Mary, Han- 

Noflr* 13 "*"*' Elisabeth, Nathaniel, Rhoda, Sarah, Levinah, Dor- 
cas. "Worldly estate." Executors the wife and bro. 
Daniel Jones. Witnesses Mary Smith, John Piatt of 
Charlotte Prect., yeoman, and Benjamin Paddock. 

937 (J x«) JANSEN, Cornells, of Rochester, Ulster Co., 

Mayas yeoman. Wife Cattriena, children Matthewis, Teunis, 

Sep/b/ i< Cornelis, Benjamin and Aentje. Real and personal estate. 

Executors the wife, the four sons and Johannis Snyder. 
Witnesses Adam Swart, Wilhelms Swart, both of Kings- 
ton, carpenters, and Petrus Swart. 



938(1^19) JOHNSTON, James, of Shawangonk Prect, 

Mardiax Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, sons James, George, 

1783 William and Michael, daughters Elisabeth and Christian, 

an expected child. Real and personal estate. Executors 

bro. Michael Johnston and bro.-in-law James Graham. 

Witnesses David Winfield, Abraham Terwilliger of said 

Prect., farmers, and George Graham. 

939(130) JONES, Samuel, jun., of Goshen Prect., Orange 

April 6 Co., farmer. Wife Hannah, sons Andrew and Samuel, 

1bJ%' ^** ^^"y » Martha Vachte. Real and personal property. 

Executors William Allison and Capt. John Jackson, both 

of Goshen Prect. Witnesses Michael Jackson of Goshen 

Prect., esquire, James Sawyer and Michael Allison. 

940(121) JUDSON, Samuel, of Amenia Prect., Dutchess 

Apr^^za Co. Wife Abigail, children Azariah, Samuel, Noah, 
1780 Elizabeth, Hannah, Sarah, Susannah and Mary. Land 

" at home and abroad," personal property. Executors 
Deacon Moses Barlow and bro.-in-law Noah Pratt. Wit- 
nesses Azariah Pratt, Ebenezer Knibloe, of Litchfield 
Co., Connt., clerk, and David Judson, 



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94Z (I aa) 

Au^. a 

1785 

Novbr. a8 



JANSENy Joachinfli of Lonenburgh, Albany Co. 
Sons Johannes, who has wife Mary, Peter, Ruloif and 
Coenraed, daughters Fytje, Mary, Geesje, Eytje and 
Lena. Real and personal estate. Executors sons Johan- 
nis and Peter. Witnesses Henry Knoll of Coxhacky 
Distr., surgeon, John Burghert 3d and Rulif Ryan. 



942 (I as) 

Z781 

Octbr. 4 

1784 

Junes 



JOH NSON, Robert, of Amenia Precinct (Dutchess 
Co.). Wife Jane, sons Samuel, George and Robert, Sarah 
Kelsey, Ruth Cleaveland. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Samuel and Isaac Darrow. Witnesses 
James Reynolds, Silas Marsh jun. of Poghkeepsie, gentle- 
man, and Silas Marsh. 



943 (1 24) 
1781 

April ao 

Novbr. 3 



JONES, Josias, of Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife, 
nephew Ananias Jones, niece Mary Jones, son of 



brother Nathaniel Jones, Gilbert Caregain. Only personal 
property mentioned. Executors bro. Samuel Jones and 
John Rhoad. Witnesses James Rhoads, Mary Shaw, 
spinster and Hannah Post. 



944 (I 25) 
1781 

May Z5 

1784 
Febiy. 28 



JONES, Samuel, senior, in the Drowned Lands, 
Goshen Prect., Orange Co. Grandson Nathan Jones, son 
Cornelius, grandson Michael Allison Jones, granddaughter 
Elenor Sheridan, grandsons Samuel, Andrew, George and 
Cornelius Jones, granddaughters Rebeckah Chandler and 
Hannah Jones, da. Hannah Sheridan. Real and personal 
property. Executors Hannah Jones, grandson Nathan 
Jones and Peter Gale. Witnesses John Conner, school- 
master, Anthony Dobbin, labourer, both of Goshen Prect. 
and Michael Jackson. 



945 (1 26) 

1782 

April 23 

Novbr. 19 



JOHNSON, James, soldier in Col. Philipp van 
Cortland's Regt. Jacobus Freer of Poughkeepsie Prect. 
farmer, sole heir and executor of real and personal estate. 
Witnesses William Hyer, William Wilsey of Dutchess 
Co. yeoman, and Barent Frear. Proved in Dutchess Co. 



Calendar of Wills. 



217 



946 (I 27) 

1785 

Febry. 19 

1786 
March 3 



W7 

Septbr. 22 

1780 
March 21 



JAYNE, Daniel, of Cornwall Prect., Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Hannah, da. Sarah, wife of John Carpen- 
ter, granddaughters Rachel and Hannah Tucker. Real 
and personal estate. Executors son-in-law Jonah Carpen- 
ter and Captain Ebenezer Woodhull, both of said Prect. 
Witnesses Jonah Tooker, William Shepard and Nathan 
Cooly. 

JAN DINE, Charles, of Staten Island, Richmond 
Co. Daughters Susanna Jandine, Cathrine Lamb, Mary 
Lamb, Hannah Lawrence and Martha Allicocke, grand- 
daughters Cathrine and Sally Davis. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Joseph Allicocke and Wm. Smith of 
H. M. Council. Witnesses Daniel Crocheron, Moses 
Clendenney of Richmond Co., blacksmith and Benjamin 
Cole. Recorded Wills and Probates, Vol. L, p. 61. 



948 

Septbr. 28 

1787 
March 10 



949 
1790 

Octbr. 16 

Decbr. 18 



950 

1790 
NoTbr. x8 
Decbr. 30 



JOHNSTON, Lewis, of Perth Amboy, N. J., 
Doctor of physick. Children John, Heathcoat, Ann and 
Margaret. Shares in eastern division of N. J., personal 
property. Executors son Heathcoat Johnston, James 
Parker and John Smith. Witnesses Ino. Johnston, John 
Thomson, both of Perth Amboy, gentlemen, and Peter 
Barberie. Proved in N. Y. Recorded ut supra, p. 66. 

JUDSON, David, late of Kinderhook, now on the 
way to New Haven, Connt. Sons Philander and David. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro.-in-law Ebenezer 
R. White, Oliver Burr, both of Danbury, Conn, and bro.- 
in-law Sturgis Burr of New Haven. Witnesses Nathl., 
merchant, James Cebra, gentleman, A. Moor jun. gentle- 
man, all of N. Y. City. Recorded ut supra, p. 254. 

JACKSON, Joseph, on board ship Francisca^ in 
or nigh Boston Bay. John van Doren and Thomas Smith 
heirs of " my goods of all kindes." Witnesses Thos. Had- 
away and Powel Nebor, mariners. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 255. 



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?Ho JOHNSON, Warren, of the City of Dublin, es- 

Septbr. 5 quire. Daughters of late uncle Sir Peter Warren, child- 
FebryTa4 ^^^ "^* named. "Worldly substance." Wife insane. 

Executors bro. John Johnson, Robert Caddell and Daniel 
McGusty. No witnesses, proved by testimony of testa- 
tors bro. John Johnson at Dublin. Recorded ut supra, 

p. 394- 

1% JOH NSTON, JameSi of Salisbury, Litchfield Co., 

April 39 Connt. Present wife Daughter Sally Mix, son Wal- 

March a? ^^^ ^^y ^^^^^^ wife). Land on Cayahoga R., Connecticut 

Reservation on S. side of Lake Erie, personal property. 

Executor son Walter Johnston. Witnesses Adonijah 

Strong, Thankful Collins and Meriam Gleason. Recorded 

Vol. II., p. 350. 

i^^i JUDAH, Samuel, formerly of N. Y. City, late of 

April 5 Philadelphia, merchant, letters of administration on the 
estate of, granted his widow Jessy and son Benjamin S. 
Judah. Recorded Vol. III., p. 127. 

^^^ JOHNSON, Sir William,of Johnson Hall, Tryon 

Jany. 27 Co., Baronet. Son Sir John Johnson Kt., daughters Ann, 
J« y 25 ^ifg Qf QqI^ Daniel C. Claus and Mary, wife of Col. Guy 
Johnson, natural children by housekeeper Mary Brant, 
vizt. Peter, Elisabeth, Magdalene, Margaret, George, 
Mary, Susanna, Ann Johnson ; Young Brant alias 
Kaghnechtago and William alias Tagawirunte, two 
Mohawk lads, both of Canajohare ; brothers John and 
Warren Johnson, sisters Dease, Sterling, Plunket and 
Fitzsimons; Mary, da. of Christopher McGrah of 
Mohawk Country ; nephew Doctor John Dease ; Rob- 
ert Adams of Johnstown, William Byrne of Kings- 
borough, Patrick Daly '*now living with me," Joseph 
Chew of Kingsborough and sons Joseph and Wil- 
liam Chew, grandson William Claus. Land near Fort 
Johnson, do. in Kingsland or Royal Grant, Kingsborough 
Patent, in Klock and Nellus Patent, on Onondaga Lake, 



Calendar of Wills. 119 




in Sacondagm Patent, hovse and lot in Albany, at tke 
Gcfinan F1ats» lot in Sdienectady, in Nine Fut»cr*s 
Patent (Dntdiess Co.% in Harrison's Patent, fann near 
Anthony s Nose on Mohawk R^ land in Stoneraby Patent, 
do. near Canajohare CasUe, do. in Adageghte in ge Patent, 
called Charlotte River, do. in B3rme*s Patent at SdicJiare, 
do. on Lake Champlain, purchased from LienL Ai^iistine 
Pf e v us t , formerly the location of Lieut. Gorrd, personal 
p rope rty . Executors son Sir John Johnson, sons4n4aw 
Daniel Clans and Guy Johnson, brothers John and War- 
ren Johnson, Daniel Campbell of Schenectady, J<din 
Butler, Jdes Fonda, Capt James Stevenson of Albany, 
Robert Adems, Samuel Stringer of Albany, Doctor J<din 
Dease, Hemy Fry and Joseph Chew. Guardians of chil- 
dren by Mary Brant, John Butler, Jelles Fonda, J<din 
Dease, James Stevenson, Henry Frey and Joseph Oiew. 
Witnesses Wm. A<lems, GUbcrt Tice, Moses Ibbitt and 
Samuel Sutton. Recorded VoL IV., p. 35. 



tail JOHNSTONE, Sir John Lowther, of Wester 

Ajw. 7 Hall, Dumfries County, BaroncL Appoints His Royal 
M ' ,2 Highness Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, Charles 
Herbert Pierpoint, commonly called Viscount Newark, 
David Cathcart, advocate in Edinburgh, and Masterton 
Ure, writer to his Majestjrs signet in Edinburgh heirs and 
executors [really trustees] of real estate in America and 
elsewhere on behalf of legal heirs. Witnesses John 
Burch Dawson, testators Secretary, Sam : Jeyes, surgeon. 
Baker Str., London, and W. R. Reeder, testators servant. 
Proved before Richard Rush, Envoy Extraordinary of the 
U. S. at London. Recorded ut supra, p. 103. 



i^ JACOBSEN, Pieter, of Fort Orange, bom in 

Rendsburgh, and wife Gysje Pieters. Daughter Tunitje 

^"^^ Alberts. Real and personal estate. Witness Bastiaen 



Krol. N. Y- CoL MSS., IL, p. m. 



220 



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957 

Z690 

Jone II 
172a 

May 22 
Dutch 



JANSEN, Marcelis, of Albany City. Wife Anne, 
tie, children Gysbercht, Huybertje, Sytie, Judith and 
Aasverus. Real and personal estate. No executors 
named. Witnesses Cornelis Swart of Kingston, at date 
of proof ^Q years old, Johannis Becker senior and junior. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 179. 



958 

1725 
April 8 

1733 
Decbr. 28 



JANSEN, Evert, of Albany City, cooper. Wife 
Maria, sons John, Hanns, Jacob. Real and personal 
estate, a large bible. Executors the three sons. Wit- 
nesses Cornelius van Schelluyne, Leendert Gansevoort 
and John Collins. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 198. 



959 (K I) 

1703-4 

Jany. ai 

Septbr. 7 



KEETELLi Jermy, of Marbletown, Ulster Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons Jermy, and Richard, daughters Susan 
and Elizabeth ; William Ennis. Real and personal estate. 
Executors John Cock and Captain Charles Brodhead. 
Witnesses John Cock, Charles Brodhead, John Noble, 
Captain Richard Brodhead and Wm Nottingham. 



960 (K 2) 

1726 
NoTbr. 3 



KIP, Jacobus, of N. Y. City, esquire. Wife Cata- 
Una, sons John, Jacobus, William, Henry, Belthazier and 
Benjamin, daughters Catherine and Cornelia. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and son John Kip, 
overseers bro. John Kip, Abraham van Vleecq and Bal- 
thazier D'Hart. Witnesses Samuel Kipp, Jacobus Kier- 
sted and H. Demeyer. Copy made Aug. 18, 1762. 



961 (K 3) 
1734 

Augr. 9 

1746 

Septbr. 25 



KETELHUYN, William, of Saraghtogue, Al- 

bany Co. Wife Marie, Killiaen D. Ridder, children of 
Wouter van der Zee, of Albert van der Zee and of Antje 
Beckers dec'd, brothers and sisters of wife Marie, children 
of Walraven Clute, vizt. Antje, Mary and William. Real 
and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Ph. Livingston, Ja. Stevenson and Johannis de Foreest. 



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221 



9to(K4) 
1737 

Octbr. ai 

1738 

June vj 



963 (K 5) 



VA' 



April ao 
Norbr. 12 



964 (K 6) 

«744 
Mayas 

176a 

Jany. ai 



96s (K 7) 
Octbr. 19 
Octbr. 3Z 



966 (K 8) 

X747 
Jany. xa 

March 17 

Dvtch 



967 (K 9) 

Decbr. x 

1758 
Juneo 
Dotch 



KEYSERREYCK, Reynyer, of Orange Co., 

yeoman. Wife Maria sole heiress and executrix of real 
and personal estate. Witnesses Yan Hagel, Jacobus 
Blavelt and Gabriel Ludlow jun. 

KROM, Gisbert, of Haverstraw, Orange Co. Wife 
Cornelia, children Lena, fHoris, Peter and Johannis. 
Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Philipp Verplanck, James Verplanck and John 
Verplanck* 

KONINCK, Ary, of N. Y. City, bricklayer. Wife 
Rachel, sons Johannis, Ary, Geysbert, daughters Mariah, 
Elizabeth, Rachel and Anna. " Worldly estate." Ex- 
ecutors the three sons. Witnesses Lewis Bourdett, Al- 
burtus van de Water, Tobias Stoutenburgh of N. Y. 
City, bolter. Copy. 

KERR, Charles, Doctor at Oswego. Thomas and 
Walter, sons of Lieut. Walter Butler, Daniel Obryan. 
Personal property. Lieut. Walter Butler executor. Wit- 
nesses John Philipps, Edward Trivett and John Duffy, 
Proved in Albany, when Lieut. Butler being dead his son 
Thomas became admr. 

KIP, Jacob, of Dutchess Co. Children Jacobus, 
Marretie, Sarah, Rachel and Jenneke. Real and personal 
property (a large bible). Executors Gerrit van Wagenen, 
Henderickes Heermansen and Abraham Kip. Witnesses 
Ruelof Kip, Abraham Kip and Isaac Kip. 

KIERSTEDEN,Ald6rt,ofMormel(Marbletown), 
Ulster Co., farmer. Wife Arjaentje, daughters Catharina, 
wife of Nathan Smedus, and Blandina, wife of Wilhelmus 
Hoogteling junior. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, bro.-in-law Davidt de Lametter and Jan Eltinge. 
Witnesses Hendrick Krom, Cornelius Cole and Benjamin 
Krom. 



222 



Calendar of Wills. 



968 (K 10) 

Decor, ao 

1750-1 
Feory. vj 



KILLBURN, Abner, of New Windsor, Ulster Co., 
cooper. Wife Hannah and a daughter not named. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Ebenezer Seely and Bar- 
nard Lynch. Witnesses Thomas Ellison, James Kilburn 
and Judah Harlow. 



969 (K II) 

Decor. la 

Decor. 14 
Dtttch 



KIP, Hendrick, of Fishkil, Dutchess Co., farmer. 
Wife Jacomintie, nephew Hendrick, son of eldest bro., 
nephew Matteus Slecht son of eldest sister, bro.-in-law 
Gerret Newkerk and his son Cornelius, cousin Cornelius, 
son of Jan Newkerk. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Jacob du Bois and Theodorus Cornelius van Wyck. 
Witnesses Evert Brown, Alexander Schofield and Joh: 
Cooper. The widow Jacomintie Kip has become wife of 
Peter Dubois Octbr. 9, 1755, when she is made administra- 
trix, one of the executors being dead, the other refusing 
to act. 



970 (K 12) 

NoYor. 13 

1756 
March la 



KIP, Abraham, of Rhinebeek Prect., Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Son Jacob, da. Amelia, both minors, placed in 
the charge of mother-in-law and bro.-in-law Johannes 
Pruyn. Real and personal property (a great bible). Ex- 
ecutors brothers-in-law Johannes Pruyn and Gerrit van 
Wagenen and cousin Jacob Johan Kip. Witnesses Jurry 
Kaas (Haas?), William Scott and Christian Schutzs. En- 
dorsed among others ''Stephen Winants wife Amelia 
herein named/' 



^1 (K 13) 

Apru30 

«7S7 
Octbr. z8 

Dutch 



KAST, Jurreje, of Albany Co. Children Hans 
Jurreje, Grietie, wife of Willem Fox, Mary, wife of 
Jurreje Rechtmayer, Elisabeth, wife of Niklas Mattys, 
Sarah, wife of Teedy Mag^ien, Jurreje, grandchildren vizt. 
Marie, da. of da. Doortie and Hendrick Heegar, children 
of Frederick Kelmer and da. Marie Barber. Apparently 
only personal estate. Executors Thomas Schoenmaker 
and Johannis Volkertsen Douw. Witnesses Barent Bratt, 
Marten Beekman and Volkert Douw. 



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97a (K X4) 

17«8 

Aprua7 

Norbr. ax 



KIP, Petrus, of Dutchess Co., currier. Wife 
Maria, sons John, Benjamin and Abraham, da. Maria 
Margaret. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife, Elieas Duboys and Jacob J. Kip (a brother). Wit- 
nesses James Duncan, John Bailey jun. and James Bayley. 



^3 (K IS) 

1758 
Jany. a6 

X759 
May xa 

Dvtdi 



KIERSTED, Hans, of Kingston, Ulster Co., 
Doctor. Children Christoffel, Sara, wife of Henderikus 
Slegt, Catharina, wife of Henderik Bos, Lena, wife of 
Petrus A. Low, Cornelia, wife of Domine Mancius, 
Arjaentje, children of dec'd son Roelof, vizt. Christoffel, 
John, Luykis, Anna and Arjaentje, children of dec'd 
da. Anna, wife of Isaac Keuning, vizt. Hans, Abraham 
and Marytje. Real and personal estate. Executors son 
Christoffel, son-in-law Hend. Slegt and Domine Georgius 
W. Mancius. Witnesses James Eltinge, Johannes Masten 
and Jan Eltinge. Seal. 



^4 (K x6) 

X759 
May 6 

Octbr. ax 



KIP, Balthazar, of New York, mariner. Wife 
Jeane sole heiress and executrix. Witnesses Hugh Ryder, 
Daniel Old and Benjamin Moore, of N. Y. City, sail- 
maker. Copy. 



^5 (K x7) 
X760 

April X5 

Maya 



KETCH AM, Thomas, of Batemans (Beekmans ?) 
Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Rabeker, sons Thomas and 
Isaac, daughters Leuinor, Pamela, Mary and Deborah. 
Real and personal property. Executors Joseph Haff and 
Samuel Adget. Witnesses Hobart Stanbrough, Peter 
Doty and William Doughty. 



976 (Kx8) 

1760 

lime 7 

Imiexx 



/: 



KYE R, Coen radt, of Albany City, carpenter, makes 
friend Adam Ramser heir of all his pay "due in the 
Kings work " and other outstanding money. Witnesses 
Samuel Larue, Henry Cole, both of Rensselaer Manor, 
and William Otto. 



224 



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977 (K 19) 

Octbr. 5 
Octbr. 17 



KIP, Jacob, late of Saddle River, Bergen Co., N. J., 
now of New York. Wife Geesje, da. of Cornelius Brincker- 
hoff, Elizabeth Kip, wife of Claes Danielsen Romyn, 
Rynier Bordan and the children of his sisters and brothers, 
brothers Hendrick, Peter and Isaac Kip, children of dec'd 
sister, vizt. Annatje van Voorhees, Catherine ter Hune 
and Elizabeth Brinckerhoif . Real and personal property. 
Executors Hendrick Kip, Peter's son, and Claes Danielson 
Romyn, both of Hackensack, Bergen Co., N. J. Wit- 
nesses Peter Lot, bolter, William Brede, yeoman, and 
Evert Byvanck, merchant, all of N. Y. City. Copy. 



978 (K ao) 

1764 

April 5 

June 18 



KEATER, Arei, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., weaver. 
Wife Cornelia, nephew Johannis, son of bro. Johannis 
Keater. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Jo- 
hannis Keater and and bro.-in-law Petrus Smith. Wit- 
nesses Ephraim Chambers, Andries de Witt, both of 
Marbletown, yeomen, and Andries van Luven. 



979 (K 21) 

1764 
March 23 

Decbr. a 



KROM, Henderikus, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., 
yeoman. Sons Gysbert, John, William, Henderick, Ben- 
jamin, who has son Henderick, daughter Elisabeth, wife 
of Isaac Davis, Dina, da. of son Gysbert, Dina, da. of 
Elizabeth Davis, Henderick, son of William. Real and 
personal property. Executors the five sons and son-in- 
law Isaac Davis. Witnesses Lewis Bevier, Tuenis Kool 
and Nathan Smedes, farmer. 



980 (K aa) 

1765 
Mayas 

1785 
Marcn 7 



KIP, Roeloffy of Rhinebeck Prect., Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Wife Sarah, children Jacob, John Baptist, 
Isaac, Ignas, Abraham, children of dec'd da. Grietje, wife 
of Philipp van Ess, vizt. Gerrit and Catalyntje, children of 
dec'd da. Sarah, wife of Baltus van Cleek, vizt. Peter, 
Franz, Sarah, Chatarina, Grietje and Elisabeth. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the five sons. Witnesses Jan 
Pir, George Trimper and Christian Schultz, schoolmaster. 



Calendar of Wills. 225 



9««(Ka3) KIP, Isaac, of Albany City, merchant. Nephew 

Febry. 14 Abraham, niece Gesie Staats, both children of Simon 
Oc?£! Veder, and four sisters, not named, resp. their children. 
Real and personal property. Executors Simon Veder 
and Joaigim, son of Isaac Staats. Witnesses George 
Feilding, silversmith, Hendrik M. Roosbom, merchant, 
and Abraham Roosbom, shopkeeper, all of Albany. 

9«a(K 34) KLAWE, Johanis, of the Flats of Loonenburgh, 

Jvne 3 Albany Co., husbandman. Wife Mary, sons Jury, Will- 
- '^*^22 *a<n> Francis, John, and Casper, daughters Rachel, Cor- 
nelia and Leah, granddaughter Elizabeth. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and son Casper, 
overseers William Hallenbeek and Captain Jacob Hallen- 
beek. Witnesses Jury van Loon, Casper Hallenbeek, 
both of Coxhaky District, yeomen, and Hans Koning. 

9B3(K25) KNICKERBOCKER, Harmen, of Schotta 
1768 

Septbr. 12 Coak, Albany Co., yeoman. Nephew John, son of bro. 
No¥br. I John Knickerbocker, sister Elizabeth Quockenbos, nephew 
Darieh Vanfactor and his sister Hannah Kipp, brother 
Woughtor Knickerbocker, sister Nealcha Knickerbocker, 
cousin Hannah, wife of Cornelius Vanfaiter, cousin Han- 
nah, wife of Lewis T. Vieley, cousin Hannah, wife of 
Egmon (?) Kipp. Real and personal property (a silver 
teapot, 6 do. spoons, 6 do. tablespoons). Executors 
brothers Woughter and John Knickerbocker. Witnesses 
Johannes D. Wandelaer, Jacob Viele, both of Schachhok 
farmers, and Johannis Quackenbos. Also in Albany Co. 
Records, Wills L, p. 332. 

984 (K 26) KOONS, Philipp, of Livingston Manor, Albany 

Feb?? 16) ^®* Wife Barbara, sons Nicholas, Philipp, Johan Jurry, 
June 21 Matthys, Adam and Johannis, daughters Catherine, Mar- 
griet, heirs of da. Claritje Trcever, da. of dec'd son Fir- 
denand vizt: Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and sons Johan Jurry and Philipp 
Koons. Witnesses Johannis Peter Russ, Ruliff Kidnie 
jun., farmer, and James Elliott. 



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^^1771^^ KNAPP, Daniel, son of Benjamin, of Haverstraw 

Septbr. a8 Precinct, Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Susanna, sons Dan- 

May^9 ^^'» Benjamin. Real and personal property. Executors 

bro.-in-law Abraham Thew, and Jeremiah Williamson. 

Witnesses Gilead Hunt of Poughkeepsie, boatman, David 

Pye, third name illegible. 

^^i7?i*^^ KNIGHTS, Thomas, of New Cornwall Prect., 

Jany. 19 Orange Co. Wife Mary, da. Alleda, wife of Zopher 

*^ * Teed, and 7 other children not named. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the wife and Zopher Teed. Witnesses 

Joseph Willcox, yeoman, Sarah Willcox and Nathaniel 

Jayne. 

^^1772^^ KLAPPER, Hendrik, of Claverack, Albany Co., 

Febry. zz blacksmith. Wife Anna Margaritha, eldest son William, 
JwIj\q " * degenerate and prodigal son," sons George, Frederick, 
Hendrick, Coenrad, Adam and Peter, daughters Anna, 
wife of Jost Kellder, Elisabeth, wife of Richard Blame- 
less, Barbara, wife of William Snyder, Catharina and Ger- 
truyd. Reformed Churches at Claverack and Rhinebeck. 
Real and personal estate (a great German bible). Ex- 
ecutors Esqre John van Alen and Capt. Richard Essel- 
styne. Witnesses Francis Hardyck jun., Benedictus 
Valkenar and Peter Wiessmer. 

988(k:3o) KIDD, Alexander, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 

177' 
Aug. 22 Wife Jane, sons Robert, Alexander, James, daughters 

aS% Ann, widow of Samuel Crawford, and Hannah, wife of 
Alexander Wilson. Real and personal property. Exec- 
utor son Robert. Witnesses Patrick Barber, esquire, 
William Wood, hatter, both of Ulster Co., and William 
Hill. Proved in Dutchess Co. 

9«9(K3«) KOWENHOVER, Johannes, of New Marl- 

17/2 

Decbr. zi borough Precinct, Ulster Co., yeoman. Daughter Anna 

AprU ao ^"^ ^^^ husband David Ostrander. Real and personal 

estate. Executors son-in-law David Ostrander, Peter Os- 



Calendar of Wills. 227 



trander and Christopher Ostrander. Witnesses Daniel 
Freer junior, Wilhelmus Ostrander and Jacob Conklin of 
Newburgh, yeoman. 

wo^^aa) KNAP, Benjamin, of Haverstraw Prect, Orange 

Ave:. 5 Co., " being aged.'' Wife Susanna, sons Benjamin, 

Octbr.aa Samuel, two children of dec'd son Daniel, daughters 

Elizabeth, Susanna, Rachel, Mary, Hannah, Debrah, and 
Rebeckha. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and Jeremiah Williamson. Witnesses Henry Palmer, 
Susannah Knap, and David Pye, of Orange Co., clothier. 

WMK^33) KNAP, John, of Goshen Prect, Orange Co. Wife 

Jone 37 Abigale and children, not named. Real and personal 
^* ^ estate. Executors the wife, Jeames Knap and Benjamin 
Tusten jun. Witnesses Joshua Brown jun.. Carman Car- 
penter and Benj. Tusten. 

99a (K 34) KINO, Thomas, of New Windsor Prect., Ulster 

Decbr. 8 Co. Wife , sons Samuel and Steven, daughters 

luneao Lydia, Roda Hardon, Prudance, grandchildren Benoni 
Right, Luke Haris, Jane King, Nathan Cook, Thomas 
Given. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and the two sons. Witnesses William Young, Robert 
Cross and Andrew Dickson. 

993 (K 35) KETLETAS, Jane, of N. Y. City. Son Abraham, 

Jany. 27 daughter Jane Beekman. Real and personal estate. Ex- 

g^'774 ecutors Peter van Brugh Livingston, Peter Ketletass 

and William Nicoll. Witnesses Daniel Sickles, Thomas 
Colgan, silversmith, and Garret Ketletas, merchant, all 
of N. Y. Copy. 

994 (K 36) KESELAR, Paulus, of Flaverstraw Prect., Orange 

May 30 Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, sons Peter and Philipp, daugh- 
,'784 ters Maria and Christian. Real and personal estate. Ex- 

JIIO€ ZI 

ecutors Daniel Gero and Cornelius Hannium. Witnesses 
Joannis Snedeker, Jacob Polhemus and Gertie Polhemus. 



228 Calendar of Wills. 



99S^CK37) KAINi Roberti of Shawangonk Prect., Ulster Co., 

DecDr. a yeoman. Wife Mary, sons Francis, James, Robert, John, 
ftme aa daughters Margaret, wife of Andrew Graham, Catharine, 
• wife of John Lawrance, Elisabeth, wife of Michael John- 
son, Mary, wife of Robert Dunlap. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, and sons Robert, James and 
John. Witnesses John Graham, Samuel Irwin and James 
I. Graham of Ulster Co. merchant. 

996 (K 38) KNiCKERBACKER, Neeltje, of Schaghtaka- 

March 26 kock, Albany Co. Dirk T. van Veghten and son Teunis, 
Octbr. 9 Cornelia, da. of Igenas Kip and her brother Teunis, An- 
natje, wife of Igenas Kip, Annitje, wife of Lewis T. Viele 
and her da. Maria, Elezibeth, wife of John Tort, Neeltje, 
da. of Harme Quackenbush, Annaite Viele, da. of Johannis 
Knickerbacker, Margrita, da. of Dirk T. van Veghten. 
Personal property (six silver teaspoons, gold earrings). 
Executors Johannis S. Quackenbass and Dirck T. van 
Veghten. Witnesses John Davenport, Peter Benwa (Ben- 
eway) both of Schatekok, yeomen, and Dirck Swart. 

997 (K 39) KiNC, Samuel, of Amenia, Dutchess Co. Wife 
Octbr: 12 Rebackah, sons Samuel and Nathaniel, daughters Deborah 

, '7^ and Rebeckah. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

Inly Vj 

wife and Ephman Pain, who refusing to act, John King 
of Berkshire Co., Mass., principal creditor, is appointed 
administrator. Witnesses Robert Hebard of Dutchess 
Co., farmer, and Jesse Pike. 

998 (K 40) KLAUW, FranSi of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
Jvdji6 yeoman. Wife Maritie, daughters Judith, wife of Johan- 

1785 |^{3 Legrange and Rachel, wife of Casper M. Hallenbeck, 

son Jurjii Frans. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the son and Gerrit van Hoesen. Witnesses Peter Vos- 
burgh, Joggum Johs. van Valkenburgh, yeoman, and 
Peter van Schaack. Executors refusing to act, William 
KlauWi farmer, is made administrator. 



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'^,55o*'> KUEOHERER (KIckler), Friderich, of Rum- 

Jnoe 13 bouts Precinct, Dutchess Co. Wife , son-in-law Will- 

Marehao ^^"^ Burnet, grandson Fredrick Burnet, daughters Ann 

Maria, Elizabeth and Dority ; Elizabeth is expected to 
become the wife of Matthew Burnet. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Cornelius Luyster, Tise Luyster, Peter 
I. Monfort and Johannes Duboys. Witnesses Joseph 
Gonsaules, Gerret Noortstrant and Dominicus Monfoort, 
yeoman. 

'*?778^^ KAIN, John, of Shawangonk Prect., Ulster Co. 
Jaoy. 5 Wife Idah, and an expected child, brothers and sisters, 

DecDf. 21 "^^ named. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

wife, bro. James Kain and James G. Graham. Witnesses 
Jane Graham, Francis Kain and James G. Graham, both 
yeomen. 

««>J(K43) KNiESKERN,H6nrich,ofShoharry, Albany Co., 

Mat 8 farmer. Wife Elizabeth, sons Peter, John, Jacob, Hen- 
AwA "^''» Willem, Martinus, daughters Elisabeth, wife of 
Philipp Kayser, Catrina, wife of Joost Bekker. Land at 
Knieskern Dorph and in Duanesburgh; personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons John and Jacob Knieskern and 
son-in-law Joost Bekker. Witnesses Jost Kniskem, Han- 
nes Merckel and George F. Reinhard, schoolmaster. 

»«)a(K44) KROM, Jacob, of Hurley Town (Ulster Co.). Wife 

DecDf. 19 Catharina, son Abraham and other children not named. 
Ad^^iS ^^^' ^"^ personal property. Executor the wife. Wit- 
nesses Benjamin Krom, Matthew Blanshan jun.and Jacob 
Blanshan jun., all of Hurley, weavers. 

1003 (K 45) KN I FFi N, Israel. Wife Esther, daughter Eliza- 

July 8 beth, grandchildren Israel and Abraham Kniflin, children 

Ang. 21 Qf son Jonathan KniflRn and Catherine Kniflin, sons 
Jozarel, Samuel, Daniel and Lewis. Real and personal 
estate. Executors bro. Lewis Kniflfin and Jeremiah 
Cooper. Witnesses Jeremiah Cooper, physician, Petrus 
Bogardus, yeoman, both of Rumbouts Prect., and Henry 
van Voorhis. 



230 Calendar of Wills. 



'^783^*^ KORTZ, John, of the German Camp, Albany Co. 

Jnneao Wife Elizabeth, sons Christopher and John, daughter 

tunc 7 Margaret and Christina. Homefarm, land in N. Y. City ; 

personal estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses 

Johannes Salbach, Fitter Blass of German Camp, yeoman, 

and Johannes Salbach. 

'"^178^*^^ KIERS, Edward William, of Haverstraw Prect., 

Decbr. 17 Orange Co., dealer and chapman. Common Law wife 
Apru 8 Greetie and her children Rachel, William, Ufame and 
Elizabeth. Real and personal^property. Executors John 
Robert, David Pye and John Suffern. Witnesses George 
Briggs of Haverstraw, yeoman, Dirck Ackerson and Abra- 
ham Cooper. 

• 

'^785^*^ KETOHAM, Joseph, of Beekmans Prect, Dutch- 

July 6 ess Co., yeoman. Children Joshua, Samuel, Joseph, 
^ ^' Daniel, Micah, Abija, Youngs, Isabel, Ruth, Rebeccah, 

Sarah, Abigail. '' Worldly estate." Executors Jonathan 
Dennis, esqre, and Major William Clark, both of Beek- 
mans Prect. Witnesses Britton Tallman, farmer, Nathan- 
iel Soule and Mary Soule. 



'^776^^^ KNIFFEN, Nathan, of Memameck, Westchester 

Apru 19 Co., mariner. Letters of administration granted his 
father Nehemiah Kniffen of Rye, same Co., yeoman. 



l^ KETOHAM, Joshua, of Huntington Township, 

tany. 16 Suffolk Co. Wife Jerusha, sons Israel, Zebulon, Ruben, 
March 10 Joshua, Philipp and David, grandson Ketcham Terry, 
daughters Rebeck Buffet, Margaret Brush and Phebe 
Purdy. Real and personal property. Executors Wilmot 
Oakley, John Oakley and Nathaniel Whitman. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Powell, Jonah Powell, yeoman, and 
Philipp Ketcham. Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. 
I., p. 77. 



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1009 
1804 

JttlT34 
1817 

NoTbr. 21 



KANE, Archibald, of Canajoharie, Montgomery 
Co., merchant. Brother and partner in trade James Kane 
of Albany City sole heir and executor of real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Gerrit la Grangie, John Arden jun. 
and Joseph Leavens. Recorded ut supra. Vol. 11., p. 340. 



lOIO 

1816 
Decbr. la 

iSai 
Septbr. 15 



KIDD, Christina, wife of John Kidd, late Com- 
mander of H. M. Packet Elizabeth^ of Budock Parish, 
Cornwall Co., England, and late widow of Edward Hall. 
Son Capt. Edward Hall, R. N., mother Anna Maria Maude- 
line Wiler, infirm brother Mathias Wiler, widowed sister 
Mary Maudeline Burk, who has youngest child Michael, 
sister Catherine Gross, daughter Christina Anna Elizabeth 
Kidd. Bankstock. Trustees and executors William 
Rhinelander, Philipp Rhinelander, both of New York, 
Charles King of Paris and Edward Hall. Codicil of 
January 9, 181 7, adds husband's mother Mrs. Mary Grain- 
ger, sister Ann and half brother John Grainger and 
children of late sister-in-law Hannah to beneficiaries 
under will. " The relations of my late beloved husband 
resided at Robinhoods Bay near Whitley, Yorkshire." 
No witnesses to will, witnesses of codicil J. Perry, John 
Richards, Wm. Came and John Came. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 362. 



lOII 

1787 
Maj II 



KEELING, Charles, of N. Y. City, merchant, who 
died at the Bay of Honduras. Letters of administration 
on the estate of, granted his widow Catharine Keeling. 
Recorded ut supra. Vol. HI., p. 76 and 78. 



loia 

1707-8 

Jany. 17 

Dutch 



KNICKERBACKER, Harmen Jansen, of 

Dutchess Co. Wife Elizabeth, children Johannis, Low- 
rens, Cornells, Evert, Pieter, Jannetie, widow of Hendrick 
Lansing jun. and Comelia. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and sons Johannis and Lourens. 
Witnesses Jan Ploeg, Peter Pile and D'Meyer, dark. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 175. 



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1013 
172a 

June 8 



1014 

^«753 
Ang. II 

1760 
March 29 



1015 (L i) 

1682 
Octbr. 25 

Dutch 



1016 (L 2) 

1691-2 
Febry. 10 

1092 
March 30 



1017 (L 3) 

1706 
NoTbr. 3 

Octbr. 3 



KIDNEY, John, of Albany City, letters of adminis- 
tration on his estate granted to Maritie, his widow. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 178. 

KASS, Lodewick, of Albany Co. Niece Hannah, 
oldest da. of sister Sarah and Teady Maginnes. Land at 
Bumetsfield, in the patent, granted to testator, his mother 
and sisters. Executor Teady Maginnes. Witnesses Abra- 
ham van Arnem, Yan van Buren, Richard Cartwright. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 253. 

LAMBERTS, Thomas, and wife Sarretie Jans, of 
Bedford, L. I. The survivor, daughters Elisabeth, Engel- 
tie, wife of Jacobus van de Water, children of dec'd da. 
Elisabeth Juriaens, wife of Isaacq Grevenraet, children of 

dec'd son Andries Juriaens and wife Annetie . Real 

and personal property. The survivor to be executor. 
Witnesses Jan Vincent and Pieter Stevens. Notarial copy. 

L'HOMMEDIEU, Peter, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co., mercht. Mother Martha THommedieu, living in 
London. "Worldly estate." Executors Steven Valloo 
and Steven de Lance of N. Y. Witnesses Jean David, 
St. Valleau and Humphry Davenport. 

LAFORD, alias LIBERTEE, John, of Nista- 

gajone, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Maragrieta, sons 
John, Daniel, Abraham, Nicolaes, Jacob and Isaac, daugh- 
ters, Mary, wife of John Vedder, and Anna. Real and 
personal estate. Guardians Gysbert Marselies and Johan- 
nis Beekman of Albany. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses John Sandersen Glen, Philipp Schuyler and Dirck 
Arentsen Brat. 



1018 (L 4) 

1709 

Septbr. 17 

1710 

Mmj Z2 



LYDIUS, Johannis, son of Hendricus Lydius, late 
Minister at Maesdam, S. Holland, Minister of the Dutch 
Reformed Church at Albany. Wife Isabella, son John 
Hendrick, 5 yrs. old, daughters Geertruy Isabell, 14 years 



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old, Marya Ennatte, 12 yrs., Margarieta Johanna, 7 yrs., 
and Susanna Catharina, 2 yrs. Real estate in the City 
of Onderwater, County of Leerdam, Jurisdiction of Tarleyi 
personal property. Executors " my well beloved Spouse," 
Col. Killian van Rensselaer and Evert Bancker esqre. 
Witnesses Hend. Hansen, Johannis Mingael and Robt. 
Livingston jun. Seal. At date of probate April 17, 1716, 
widow Isabella Lydius has become wife of Jacob Staats 
of Albany. 



1019 (L 5) 

1724-5 
Janj. 22 

March 15 



LE GRANGE, Omy jun., of Renselaerswyck Colo- 
ny. Wife Else, Johannis Le Grange jun., brothers Isaac 
and Jabob Le Grange, nephew Bamardus, son of bro. 
Jacob, and Omy, son of bro. Isaac. Real and personal 
estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Phil. Ver- 
planck, Luycas Winegaert and Peter Bratt. 



1020 (L 6) 

1725 . 
April 14 

1750 
April 30 



I02X (L 7) 

1730 

May 19 

Octbr. 24 



LIVINGSTON, Robert junior, of Albany City, 
esquire. Wife Margaret, sons James, Peter and John, 
daughter Angletie, grandchildren Henry and Margaret 
Beekman. Real estate in Albany City, at Schoherah, 
Schenectady, Saratogah, Kinderhook and elsewhere, per- 
sonal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Jacob Staats, Jacob Roseboom and John Collins. 

LEGG, William, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Children 
William, Henry, Catherin, Joanna, Leah, sister-in-law 
Giertie Ploegh. Real and personal estate. Executors 
son William, bro. John Legg and brothers-in-law John 
Davenport and William Ploegh. Witnesses Jakobus du 
Bois, James Whittaker, Kryn Oosterhoudt and Abraham 
Burhans. 



1022 (L 8) 
Mar^25 



LAKEMAN, Abraham, of Richmond Co., gentle- 
man. Wife Anje, children Hester, wife of Nicholas 
Lazelier, Catharine, wife of John Morgan, Elizabeth, wife 
of John van Deventer, Jacob, Mary, wife or widow of 



234 Calendar of Wills. 



Nicholas Matison. Houses and lots in Wall Stn and in 
Dock Stn, N. Y. City, land at Great Kil, Staten Island, 
personal property. Executors Gosen Adriaens, Rem van 
der Beck, Hendrick van Lawa, all of Richmond Co., 
gentlemen, Jacques Cortelyou sen. of New Utrecht, 
Kings Co., and the three sons-in-law N. Lazelier, John 
Morgan and John van Deventer. Witnesses Jacob Ber- 
gen, Nicholas Stilwell and Samuel Thirston. Copy made 
April 2, 1760. 

'^73i ^^ LOW, William, of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., mer- 

Jmie 15 chant. Wife Elezabeth sole heiress and with bro. Petrus 
"*• '* Low executrix. Witnesses Jacob Louw, Abraham Freer 
jun. and Henry van der Burgh. 

"^4 (L 10) LANE, Henry, of N. Y. City, merchant. Wants to 

Septbr. 7 be buried in the Churchyard very privately two hours 

'• *4 after dark. Sons Henry, lately married to da. of Henry 

Cuyler, Thomas, brother Joseph Lane. Lot in King Str., 

N. Y. City, personal property. Son Henry sole executor. 

Witnesses Jos. Murray, Wm. Searle and James Emott. 

Copy. 

"^f (^") LANSiNCH, Gerrit Jan, of Rensselaerswyck 
Jniy 24 Manor, cordwainer. Wife Elizabeth, son to be baptized 
jinj^ Gerrit, daughters Helena and Catharine. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors bro. Hendrik Lansingh of the 
Boght in said Manor and bro.-in-law Abraham van Amem 
of the same place. Witnesses Hendrick Lansingh, Abra- 
ham van Amem and Jas. Stenhouse. 

"^174^ "> LE CONTE, John, of Richmond Co. Wife Mary, 

Decor. 28 son John, da. Frances. Real and personal property (a 

B^ayas silver tankard, rings and jewels). Executors Nicholas 

Larzelere, John Morgine, Abraham Cole and son John le 

Conte. Witnesses Isaac Cole of Richmond Co., farmer, 

Nicholas Larzelere jun. and Ester la Tourette. Copy. 



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iaJ7 (L 13) 

1749 
Jany. 8 

April 21 



LOW, Peter, of N. Y. City, merchant. Wife Ra. 
chell, sons Peter, Cornelius, Nicholas and John, daughters 
Hellena, Margaret, Jane, Rachel and Elizabeth. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons Peter 
and Cornelius. Witnesses John van Cortlandt, Cornelius 
Wynkoop and Benjamin Wynkoop. Copy. 



1038 (L 14) 

175a 

May 13 

Pebry. 21 



LITTLE, John, of Stonefield, Ulster Co., gentle- 
man. Wife Frances, daughters Frances Nicoll, Elisabeth, 
Elinor McGarrah, Hannah Galatian, who has sons John 
and David Galatian, Margaret Moffat, grandson John Mc- 
Garrah. Real and personal property. Executors Jacobus 
Bruyn of Shangham, Michael Jaction of Goshan and son- 
in-law John Moffat, minister of the gospel at Wallkil. 
Witnesses Alexander Kidd, James Hunter and John 
Wharrey. 



1029 (L 15) 

»757 
Jnne 14 

X759 
Aug. 9 



LEWIS, Leonard, of Poghkeepsie Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Rachell, son Thomas, two other chil- 
dren not named, brothers and sisters, except brothers 
Richard, Thomas and Barent Lewis. Land in Orange 
and Ulster Co., personal estate. Executors the wife and 
her father Abraham Swartwout. Witnesses Heinerig 
Busch, John Hickey and Bartholomew Crannell, att'y- 
at-law. 



1030 (L 16) 

X757 
Decbf. 18 

1762 

Aug. XI 

X031 (L 17) 

Septbr. 5 
Decbr. xo 



LEATHEM, William, Probate of will of, naming 
Robert Alexander of N. Y. City, merchant, sole executor. 

LITTLE, Frances, widow of John, of Wallkil 
Prect., Ulster Co. Granddaughter Frances Galatian, 
daughters Hannah Galatian, Elioner McGarrah and Mar- 
garet Moffat. Personal property. Da. Hannah Galatian 
sole executrix. Witnesses Mary Hedon and Agness 
Deuenny. Vide No. 1028. 



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10330- 18) LODGE, Abraham, of N. Y. City, esqrc, att'y^t- 

1758 law. Sisters-in-law Catharine Morris and Rachel Fisher, 

J""** ' a daughter, infirm of body. Personal property (plate, 
rings and jewels). This is a memorandum for a will, 
which upon testimony of John Kelly, att'y^t-law, John 
Chetwood, clerk of Abr. Lodge and Richard Morris, 
attorney-at-law, all of New York City, was admitted as a 
will. Abraham Lodge had married Margaret, da. of John 
Kelly, and died March 27, 1758. 

"^sV^^ LYON, Joseph, of Whiteplains, Westchester Co., 

Pebnr. 17 yeoman. Wife Mary, sons Joseph, Daniel, James, 

Aug. 30 Reuben, Jeremiah and Thomas, daughters Mary, wife 

of Elnathan Ha (?), Hannah, Susannah and Ann ; an 

expected child. Real and personal property. Executors 
the wife, son Daniel and Charles Theall. Signatures cut 
off. Much faded. Proved by Elisha Horton of Harri- 
sons, John Carhartt and Jane Carhartt. 

"34^^^ao) LAWRENCE, Mary, widow of Daniel, of Flush- 

May 3 ing, L. L Daughter Mehitabel Hilton and grandda. Mary 
Hilton, da. Mary, wife of James Thorn. Personal prop- 
erty. Executors da. Mehitabel Hilton and grandson John 
Hilton. Witnesses Jacob Goelet, John Talman and Jane 
Dies. Copy made January 18, 1763. 

'^%&"^ LAWYER, Johannes, of Schoharry, Albany Co., 

March 10 merchant. Wife Elizabeth, sons Johannes, Jacob Fred- 
fasij!^ag crick, Lowrence, daughter Elizabeth, widow of Marcus 
Reckert and now wife of Hendrick Hayns, children of 
dec'd da. Sophia, late wife of Jeost Belingerand Christian 
Zehe. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
sons. Witnesses Peter Nicolas Sommer, Lutheran minis- 
ter at Schoharry, Johannes Scheffer and Franz Otto. 
Affidavit of Joseph Bevin shows, that testator was de- 
prived of his senses and left out of his will his wife's da. 
Hannah Mitchell, when he signed the will in March, 
1762. 



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237 



IQ36 (L aa) 

1761 

Jttoeay 

Scptbr. 18 



1037 (> as) 

1761 

Aug. 4 



1038 (L 24) 

176a 

March 9 

1763 
Jany, 18 



1039 (> as) 

1763 

March ai 

April II 



1040 (L a6) 

1764 

March ao 

Majai 



1041 (L a7) 

1766 
Octbr. 30 

Aug. I 



LEWIS, William, of Albany. William Chase of 
Albany, victualler, sole heir and executor of ''worldly 
effects/' including money due for wages from Mr. John 
Farrel of Albany, merchant. Witnesses Jos. Deniston, 
Jo. FitzPatrick, Ino. Moore and Comelis Creeden. 
Printed form. 

LITTLE, John, of Poughkeepsie Prect., Dutchess 
Co., carpenter. Thomas Dearing sole heir and executor 
of real and personal estate. Witnesses William Parks, 
Robert Luckey and Robert S. Butcher, schoolmaster. 

LO I I , Henry^ of Dutchess Co., esquire. Wife 
Hester, children Abraham, Mary and Sarah. " Worldly 
estate." Executors bro. Peter Lott of New York and 
his son, nephew Abraham. Witnesses Jacob R. Everson, 
Benj. Knight and Paulus Mauerer. 

LECC, Samuel, of N. Y. City, house carpenter. 
Wife Elisabeth, sons Henry, Samuel, daughters Sarah, 
Else and Phebe. Real and personal property. Executors 
son Henry and son-in-law Jacob Loveberry. Witnesses 
Philipp Pelton, carpenter, William Oglvie, cordwainer, 
and John Woods esqre. Copy. 

LEONARD, Silas, of Newburgh Prect, Ulster 
Co., gentleman. Wife Elezebath, sons Silas, James, John, 
William and George, daughters Jane Carpenter, Elezebath 
Smith, Cateran Smith, Temper and Abigail. Real and 
personal property. Executors the wife, son Silas and 
Benjamin Carpenter. Witnesses Gilbert Denton, farmer, 
James Denton and Leonard Smith. 

LU DLU M, Isaac, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeoman. 
Wife Catherine, sons Isaac, John, Benjamin, daughters 
Mary, Sarah and Elizabeth, son-in-law Samuel Denton. 
Homefarm, land in Wawayanda Patent, personal prop- 
erty. Executors son Isaac and son-in-law Samuel Denton. 
Witnesses Danl. Everett, John Gale jun., and John Gar- 
ner, farmer. 



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104a (L 28) 

1766 

NoTbr. 8 
Decbr. 2 



1043 (L 29) 

1768 
Decor, ao 

1770 
Blarch 14 



1044 (L 30) 

1768 

March 27 

May 16 



xo4S(j-3i) 
1768 

May 14 

Ang. 15 

German 



1046 (L 33) 

1769 
NoTbr. a 

1770 
Jany. la 



LYLEi Abraham, of Albany City, merchant. Wife 
and two children. Real and personal estate. Executor 
bro.-in-law John van Alen, David Edgar and Peter Silves- 
ter. Witnesses Joseph Young, doctor, David Bary, tobac- 
conist, both of Albany, and Richard Rea. 



!i JohlliOf Beekmans Prect, Dutchess Co. 
Sons Lawrence, John and Abraham. '' Worldly estate." 
Executors sons Lawrence and Abraham and Bartholomew 
Noxon jun. Witness Barthw. Noxon jun., yeoman, Tishe 
Losee and Losee. 

LOUNHART, Philipp, of Rinebeck Prect, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Anna Catrina, son Petar, 
daughters Eva, Wife of Johannes Pest and Catrine, wife 
of Nicolas Traver, who has deserted her, grandson Philipp 
Traver and four more grandchildren Traven Real and 
personal estate. Executors son Petar, son-in-law Johan- 
nes Pest and William Beam. Witnesses Peter Scott, 
John Morres and Benjamin Vredenburgh, all of Dutchess 
Co., yeomen. 

LAUNERT, Johan George, of Witenkle/s Kil, 

North end of Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Anna Cath- 
erine, nephews Pitter, son of eldest bro., Johannes Mohr, 
son of a sister, godsons George Schneider, and George 
Seegendorff, Anna, wife of Heinrich Hoff, David Win- 
keler, Philipp Henrich Mohr, bro. Pitter Louks. Real 
and personal estate. Executors bro. Pitter Laux, Caspar 
Schult and Willem Betzer. Witnesses Jacup Mor, Carel 
Neher and Jacob Bitzer, all of said Prect., yeomen. 

LESSLEY, M ary, of N.Y. City, widow. Son John, 
daughters Eleanor, wife of Thomas Yarrow, ship carpen- 
ter, Elizabeth and Mary. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Isaac Marschalk, baker, and Charles Philipps, 
cooper, both of N. Y. City. Witnesses John DLmon- 
tonje, painter. Evert Wessels and Charles Morse, 



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1047 (L 33) 

Octbr. 16 

Decor. 3 



LANSiNCH, Alexander, of Schonectaday Town- 
ship, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Neeltie, sons Cornelius, 
Johannis and Harmanus, daughter Jannetje, wife of 
John van Eps. Real and personal estate (a Dutch bible). 
Executors John Visger esqre, Cornelius Lansing and 
Dirk van Ingen. Witnesses Abraham Grod, yeoman, 
Francis Osbum and Abraham Truax. 



1048 (L 34) 
1769 

Norbr. 4 
Scptbr* 30 



LYNOTT, Thomas, of Potomocassock, Albany 
Co. Wife Elizabeth, daughters Elizabeth and Margaret, 
nephew Hubert, son of bro. Luke Lynott, cousin Sibby 
Lynott, of Dublin, Ireland, children of sister Mary Hut- 
chinson. Real and personal estate. Executors Joseph 
Griswold of N. Y. City, distiller, and James Barker of 
Woodstock, Albany Co., gentleman. Witnesses Hugh 
Deniston, of Albany Co., innholder, Marten G. v. Bergen 
and Rachel Deniston. 



1049 (L 35) 

1770 
Decbr. 12 

1771 
April 9 



LECOUNTE, Bowdewine, of Poughkeepsie 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Elesabeth, grandson Bowde- 
wine Lecounte Yelverton, daughters Sisco and Sary, John 
Keep, Bowdewine Keep, Rachel Keep, Mary Keep. Real 
and personal estate. Executor John Stinboughrough (van 
Steenbergh). Witnesses John Carman of Poughkeepsie 
carpenter, and Thomas Newcomb. 



Z050 (L 36) 

1771 

April 20 

NoTbr. 27 



LAVINUS, Philipp, of Rochester, Ulster Co. 
Andries D. Witt of Neponagh, Ulster Co., sole heir and 
with Dirck Hoornbeek and Mattheus Cort right executor 
of real and personal estate. Witnesses Charles de Witt 
of Marbletown, esquire, Arie Oosterhout and Henderickes 
Oosterhout. 



1051 (L 37) 

1771 
March 19 

178S 
Jnoe 13 



LITTLE, Thomas, of Corrysbrook, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Jane, daughters Jane, wife of John Glas- 
ford, Unice, wife of Duncan Quinten, Dorothy, wife of 
John Wason, Elizabeth, wife of James More, sons Thomas 



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and James, grandsons ThomaSi son of son William, and 
Thomas Wason, four youngest children of William Thor- 
ington viz. Thomas, John, Mary and Samuel, Sarah, da. 
of son William. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Daniel Campbell and Reynier Myndersen. Witnesses 
Caleb Beck, Benjamin Young and Seth Young. Codicil 
of April 10, 1772, adds grandson John Little to heirs and 
is witnessed by William Johnston, William Butler and 
Thomas Thornton. 



10S2 (L 38) 

177a 

fasiT. 2 

Z786 
April IS 



LEVY, Joseph Israel, of Calcutta, Kingdom of 
Bengal. Daughter Abigael Israel Levy, mother Rosey 
Israel, living in Houndsditch near Algate, London, Jews 
Callige at Jerusalem, *' motherof my child named Jabeca," 
brothers and sisters in London. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors Abraham Levy of London, merchant, 
Charles Wiston, Joseph Pollard and Robert Brown. 
Witnesses Anth. O'Brien and James Miller. Hebrew 
Seal. Copy. 



1053 (L 39) 

X773 
NoTbr. 22 



Api 



prfliS 



LYONi George, of Ulster Co., farmer. Children 
Robert, Mary, Jean, Elizabeth and Sarah. ''Worldly 
estate." Executors John Davis and James McMunn. 
Witnesses Henry McNeeley, Joseph Davis, yeoman, and 
Sarrah McNeeley. 



1054 (L 40) 

1745 
May 30 



LECG, William, junior, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Marytie, children William, Samuel, Barent and 
Margret. Aomefarm called Jacobs Hook and an island, 
personal property. Executors brothers-in-law Wilhelmus 
Burhans, Richard Davenport and Philip Vele jun., and 
neighbour Edward James Whi taker. Witnesses Hendr. 
Schoonaker, John Whitaker and Tobias Wynkoop. Codi- 
cil of Octbr. II, 1744, empowers executors to sell estate 
derived through mother Gessie and aunt Giertie from 
grandfather Hendrick Ploegh and is witnessed by Jan 
Pyetersen Osterhoudti John Whitker and Jacob Burhans. 



Calendar of Wills. 241 



'*^^77V^ LOW, John, late of Newark, N. J., now of Albany 

March 15 Co. Wife Sarah, grandsons Peter and John, sons of dec*d 
SeptDr. 34 ^^ Cornelius, John, son of Nicholas Low, and Jacob 

Farrand, John, son of da. Sarah Low, son-in-law Kilian 
van Rensselaer, husband of da. Mary, daughters Johanna 
Frankin, Margred Hedden, Elizabeth, wife of James 
GrsLyt grandda. Elizabeth, da. of dec*d son Cornelius, 
Margaret, widow of said son. Real and personal prop- 
erty (Dutch bibles). Executors the wife, sons-in-law 
Kilian van Rensselaer, Nicholas Low and Hendrick An- 
driessen Frankin. Witnesses Abrm. A. Lansing, Christan 
Abrims and John Roorbach. 



"SML42) LINKLON, Samuel. Wife , an expected 

Pebry. 38 child, father Jeremiah Lincklon. " Worldly estate." 
March 31 Executors Samuel Bages or Bangs and David Crosby 
jun. Witnesses David Crosby jun. of Frederick Bor- 
ough, Dutchess Co., cordwainer, John Waring and 
Thomas Benedict. Proved in Dutchess Co. 



«»S7(L43) LIPE, Caspar, of Conajohary Distr., Tryon Co. 
Aug. 4 Wife Catharina, sons Adam, John, Jost, da. Anna Maria, 

NoUir^id ^^^^ ^^ Jacob van der Werken, Maria Elisabetha and 

Anna, children of dec'd da. Margaretha, late wife of Adam 
Conderman. Real and personal property. Overseer 
John Daniel Gross, the wife executrix. Witnesses Wil- 
liam Seeber, Jacob Seeber and Johannes Wohlgemuth 
jun., farmer. 



1058 (L 44) LESH ER, Bastiaen, of Livingston Manor. Wife 

Jnne 11 Elizabeth, sons Bastiaen, Samuel and Marks, daughters 

p'77^ Hannah, wife of Peter Bain, and Helena, wife of Jurry 

Rosman. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 

Cocnrat Lesher and Dirck Jansen. Witnesses Martinus 

Shoech, Marks Coen and Henry Polwer. 
16 



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I0S9 (|-4S) LANGENDYK, Petrus, of the Platte Kil, Town 
Octbr. 5 of Kingston, Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Catherina, sons 
Bla724 Cornelius and Petrus, da. Maria, niece Annatje, da. of 
sister-in-law. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and bro.-in-law Christian Valkenburgh. Witnesses 
Petrus A. Winne, Arent Winne of Sagerties, farmer, and 
Christopher Tappen of Kingston, esquire. 



'^775^*^ LOSEE, John, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess Co. 

Ang. i8 Wife Elenor, sons John and William. Real and personal 
Janj. a estate. Executors the wife, Stephen van Vorhase and 

Mical Vincent. Witnesses Jacob Hesnor and Barthow. 

Noxon junior. 



»^J<Jj47) LYONS, Robert. Sisters Elisabeth, Marthew, 

April 10 Searey and Jean, nephew , eldest son of sister Searey. 

Mv^ 6 Only personal property. Executors Richard Colman and 
George Denniston. Witnesses James Greer, Alexander 
Denniston of Wallkil, Ulster Co., and George Denniston. 
Proved in Orange Co. 



'%76 ^^^ LEVY, Isaac, of N. Y. City. Son Asher, da. Esther, 

Octbr. 22 otherwise called Henrietta, ** both borne of Elizabeth Pue," 

bro. Samson Levy, sister Rachel, wife of Isaac Seixas. 
Real and personal property. Executors son Asher, when 
of age, bro. Samson Levy and his son Moses. Witnesses 
Walter Shee, Benj. Condy and Edmund Nihell. Copy 
made in Philadelphia Novbr. 8, 1785. 



1063 (L 49) LAMON, Elisabeth, of Ulster Co. Son William 
1776 
April Z3 Lamon, grandchildren : two daughters of the son and 

a'?5^i J^^" VfsLSt, son of da. Mertha Wast. " Worldly estate." 
Executors Samuel Miller and John Black. Witnesses 
Arthur Barbor, James Downs and Samuel Miller of 
Montgomery Prect., farmer. 



Calendar of Wills. 243 



'•*4 (J: S») LANCDON, Thomas, of Beekmans Prect, Dutch- 

Febrr. 7 ess Co. Wife Femmetje, children Thomas, Abraham and 

Septte23 Eleoner. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 

Johannis Langdon, bro.-in-law Rem Adriance and neigh- 
bour John Wilkeson. Witnesses Isaac Adriance, Rem 
Adriance jun. and Jacob Horton of N. Y. City, grocer. 
Proved in N. Y. City. 

io6s(Lsi) LOWAREAR, Michael, of N. Y. City, cooper. 

Jaoy. 25 Son Edward, da. Mary Banks, bro. Henry Lowarear, 
nephew Benjamin Goff. Personal effects. Executor Dr. 
Middleton. Witnesses Thomas Davis, Martin Cregier 
and John Clarke Cooke. Printed form. 

1066 (L 52) LITTLE, Archibald, of Oxford, Cornwall Prect., 
1777 ' ' , 

Febry. X2 Orange Co. Wife Sarah, sons James, Timothy, Archi- 

laoT^i bald, Joseph and John, da. Sarah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son-inJaw Seth Marvin, Henry Wis- 
ner and Jesse Woodhull. Witnesses William Harper, 
Zebadiah Mills, Robert Benson and John McKesson. 

1067 (L 53) LEWIS, James, of Smith Clove, Orange Co. Wife 

mItio f Samuel Lewis, Isaac, Joseph and William Lewis, 

J^h 4 John Lewis, Mary Pilgrim, James and Jacob, Elizabeth 

Lewis, apparently all children of testator. "Worldly 
estate." Executors the wife and bro.-in-law Wm. Miller. 
Witnesses Adam Gilchrist, tailor, William Miller and 
James Gilchrist. 

1068 (L 54) LIVINGSTON, Philipp, of New York, now of 
May 18 York, Penna. Wife Christina, children Philipp, Cathe- 

'779 rine, Richard, Margaret, Sarah, Abraham and Henry. 

Real estate in Township of Brookland, Kings Co., houses 
and lots in N. Y. City, personal property. Executors the 
wife, Abraham ten Broeck and Walter Livingston. Wit- 
nesses Nathaniel Scudder, Wm. Duer and Gouvr. Morris. 
Proved in N. J. Copy. 



244 Calendar of Wills. 



"%7J^^ LEAYCRAFT, Viner, late of N. Y. City, now of 

Septbr. aa Tappan, Orange Co., mariner. Wife Elizabeth, sons 
Awfao William, Christopher, John and George, da. Mary. Son 
William disinherited, if he marries Elizabeth Devou. 
** Temporal estate." Executors da. Mary and sons John, 
George and William. Witnesses Garrat Paulding, Thom- 
as Kelly and Thomas Goldstrap of Haverstraw, yeoman. 

'^70^^56) LITTLE, Archibald, of Oxford, Orange Co. Wife 
May 10 Susanna, brothers Joseph Little, John Little, James 
Angf 20 Little, Timothy Little, sisters Hannah, Mary and Sarah. 
Real and personal estate. Executor bro.-in-law Seth 
Marvin and bro. James. Witnesses Elihu Marvin, Sam- 
uel Racket and Sarah Marvin. See No. io66. 

«®7' ^57) LEWIS, Certrude, widow of Jonathan, late of 
Decbr. 6 North East Prect., Dutchess Co. Daughters Anna, Jo- 
Tany.'s hanna and Mary, son Jonathan. Real and personal 
property. Executors Daniel Lewis, Isaac Smith and 
bro.-in-law John Reyley. Not signed nor witnessed. 
Proved by testimony of Isaac Smith of Amenia Prect., 
esquire. 

'^y^5«) LANSINC, Elizabeth, late of Albany City, widow. 
Septbr. 6 Son Garret, daughters Annautie and Helenah. Real and 
Ap^l^xS personal estate. Daughter Annautie Lansing sole execu- 
trix. Witnesses Evert W. Swart, Cornelius Cooper, both 
of Rumbouts Prect., yeomen, and Nathaniel Sackett. 
Proved in Dutchess Co. 



Jany. 19 



««73^L59) LUDLOW, Henry, late of N. Y. City, now of 

Jany. 8 Claverack Distr., Albany Co. Children William Henry, 
m^To Gabriel Henry, Thomas, Sarah, wife of Richard Morris, 
Martha, son of dec'd da. Elizabeth, vizt. Gabriel Gillan 
Shaw, children of dec'd son John Corbet Ludlow, vizt. 
Henry Bayley, Peter Robert and Mary Corbet Ludlow. 
Real and personal estate. Executors sons Gabriel Henry 
and William Henry, sons-in-law Richard Morris and 
Charles Shaw. Witnesses George Monell, Jeremiah D. 
Lamater and W. T. Wemple of Claverack Dist., Doctor. 



Calendar of Wills. 245 



io74^(L 60) LE RO Y, Petrus, of Poughkeepsic Prcct., Dutchess 
Ma^2a Co. Wife Deborah, children Francis, Simeon, Peter, 
Aiiff.^25 Saletje, wife of Leonard Lewis, Maria, wife of Franjois 
van de Bogert, Rachel, wife of Johannis Pels and An- 
natje; sons Francis and Peter are in N. Y. and have 
probably adhered to the King of Great Britain. Real 
and personal property. Executors brothers-in-law Johan- 
nis Tecrpcnning and Peter van Kleeck. Witnesses 
Thomas Pinkney, Richard Snedeker, both of Dutchess 
Co., gentlemen, and William Low. 

'^^fe^'^ LEAKE, Thomas, of Little 9 Partners, Dutchess 
Decbr. 19 Co., yeoman. Wife Lidia, daughters Sarah, Mary and 
Fcb^f/ 14 Lydia (?), sons Stephen, David, Peleg, Daniel and Abra- 
ham, grandson Benjamin, son of son Isaac. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and son DanieL 
Witnesses George Huddleston, Samuel Dean jun., yeo- 
man, and Lydia Leake, spinster. 

io76^g.6a) LIVINGSTON, Philipp Philipp, of Kingston, 
April — Surrey Co., Isld of Jamaica. Wife Sarah, children Philipp 
March a8 Henry, George, Catherine, Christina, Sarah, Edward and 
Jasper Hall. Real estate on the Island, personal prop- 
erty (plate). Executors for Jamaica Richard Grant, 
Thomas Cargill, Richard Batty, William Dillworth and 
William Ross of Richmond, all of the Island ; executors 
for New York Philipp Peter Livingston, Robert C. Liv- 
ingston and brothers-in-law Thomas Jones and John H. 
Livingston. Witnesses William Young, James Braith- 
waite and Chas. Stewart of St. Mary Parish, planter. 
Proved in Jamaica. Copy. 

'^7^^* LOSEE, Simeon, of Charlotte Prect. DutchessCo. 

Jany. 22 Wife , sons James and Nathaniel, daughters Sarah, 

Jnne 19 phebe, Anna, and an expected child. Real and personal 
estate. Executors bro. James Losee and Jesse Oakley. 
Witnesses John Piatt, farmer, James Pettet and Elizabeth 
Golden. 



246 Calendar of Wills. 



'^Jl^^> LATTIMORE, Benoni, of New Burgh Prect., 

Decbr. aa Ulster Co. Sons Benoni, William Freeman and Job, 
Jm^. 30 daughters Bridget Marcy and Hannah, oldest child of da. 
Abigail. "Worldly estate." Executors Wolvert Ecker 
and Thurston Wood. Witnesses Henry ter Boss, yeo- 
man, Thomas Jacockes, Thurston Wood and Wolvert 
Ecker. 



'^i/sV^^ LEYDT, Jennecke, of Orange Co. Helletje, 

July]? widow of Jonathan Debois, Sarah, widow of Albert Ley- 
May 1 decker, Elizabeth, wife of John Hutton, Sarah, wife of 
Richard Blauvelt, William Sickles and wife Marretje, 
William and Henry van Dalsem. Lot in Courtlandt Str. 
N. Y. City, personal property (a silver teapot). Executors 
William Sickels of Orange Co. and Henry van Dalsem of 
N. Y. City. Witnesses John Hodson, weaver, Thunis 
Cuyper, yeoman, both of Orange Town, and M. Hogen- 
kamp. 



'^y^^> LOOP, Marte, of Livingston Manor. Wife Mary, 

Jany. 14 son Johannis, daughters Maregreta and Mary. Real and 

Febfy. 14 personal estate. Executors the wife, Wm. Harder jun. 

and son-in-law Jurry T. Snyder. Witnesses George 
Dippel, yeoman, Coenrat Myer and Ino. W. Fonda. 



io8i(L67) LUDLOW, Elizabeth, wife of James, of N. Y. 

Apru26 State and da. of Elizabeth Harrison, late of Rhode 
Mayaa Island. Da. Frances Mary. Real estate in New Lon- 
don, Connt., derived from sister Hermione, wife of Cap- 
tain Robert Cargey, late of London, lands in R. L, per- 
sonal property. Executors kinsmen Gabriel William 
Ludlow, Thomas Ludlow, Cary Ludlow, George Ludlow, 
William Ludlow and Charles Ludlow of N. Y. City, gen- 
tlemen. Witnesses Richard Bayley, physician, Abraham 
Ludlow, gentleman, both of N. Y. City and John Davis. 



Calendar of Wills. 247 



'^^Ji^) LOCKM AN, Frederick, of New York. Hanniken 
Jany. 3 Lilienthal, bro. Mathew and sister Alheid Lockman, not 
far from Bremen. "What I leave behind me." No 
executor named. Witnesses Conrad Croeder, Fredk. 
Trackman, Hy. Eichel and Hy. Gear. No evidence of 
proof. 

»<>«3(L69) LEWIS, John, of Albany City, yeoman. Wife 

Aug. 37 Hillegond, da. Mary. Personal estate. Executor Peter 
Marc^ac Winne. Witnesses Thomas Williams and Abraham 
Douw. 

17S LYON, Jonathan, of North Castel, Westchester 

Aprila Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Jonathan, Elnathan, Israel, 
lAin%^24 David, Peter, grandsons Jonathan, son of Elnathan, Jona- 
than, son of Peter, Jonathan, son of da. Phebe. Land at 
North Castel, personal property. Executors sons Israel 
and Peter. Witnesses Silas Sutherland, yeoman, Enoch 
Miller and Samuel Miller. Recorded in Wills and Pro- 
bates, Vol. I., p. 7. 

JJgs LABOYTEAUX, John, of Philadelphia. Wife 

May 21 Hannah, children John, Samuel Smith, Peter, Gabriel, 
Jwe 29 William, Hannah and Nancy. " Worldly estate." Ex- 
ecutors the wife, Thomas Pearsall of N. Y. City, merchant, 
and Benjamin Helme of N. Y. City, attomey-atJaw. Wit- 
nesses Timothy Brundige, William Kennan and John 
Vandegrist. Proved in Pennsylvania. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 107. 

1086 LEVY, Joseph Israel, of Leman Str., Goodmans- 

Aog. II field, Parish of St. Mary's, White Chapel, London. Wife 
Seotbf o P^''y» ^^' Sarah, brothers Samuel, Israel and Benjamin 
Jacobs, sisters Abigail Jacobs and Rachel Israel. Portu- 
guese Synagogue, Jews College at Jerusalem, Rachel 
Cohen Medeco and Sarah Cohen Medeco, widow Fanny 
Myers of Elizabeth Square, St. Botolphs. Nine houses 
in Colbrook Square, personal property. Executors the 



248 Calendar of Wills. 



wife and Isaac Moran of George Str., Minories. Witnesses 
Samuel Baker, Jos. Legros and S. Lazarus. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 215. 

JJg LIVINGSTON, William, of Essex Co., N. J. 

June 30 Children Brockholst, Susannah Catherine, widow of Mat- 
Septbr. X thew Ridley, Mary, wife of James Linn, Sarah van Brugh, 

wife of Honble. John Jay, and Judith, wife of John Wat- 
kins ; son William disinherited. Real and personal estate 
(map of N. J. by John Hills, " Chronology and History 
of the World," by Rev. John Blair, LL.D.). Executors 
Honble. John Sloat Hobbart, Judge of the N. Y. Supreme 
Court, Robert Watts and Matthew Clarkson, both of 
N. Y. and da. Susannah. Witnesses Isabella Bell, Patrick 
Dennis and Wm. P. Smith. Proved in N. J. Recorded 
et supra, p. 262. 

\^ LOYD, Henry, at present of N. Y. City, mariner, 

Jany. 3 bound on a voyage to the East Indies. Friend Joseph 
ApSuo Keens of N. Y. City, innholder, sole executor of personal 
estate. Witnesses John Balton, John Anderson, auction- 
eer, and John Wood. Recorded et supra, p. 337. 

[^ LIVINGSTON, Catharine, late of Rhinebeck, 

Febfy. 9 Dutchess Co., now of N. Y. City, widow of Robert Gil- 
Ang. 21 y^^^ Livingston. Sons Henry G., Gilbert R., daughter 
Catharine, wife of John Reade, da.-in-law Margaret, 
widow of son Robert G., grandchildren Samuel and He- 
lena Hake. Real and personal estate. Executors Gil- 
bert Livingston, attorney-at-law, and son Gilbert R. Wit- 
nesses Martin S. Wilkins, Valentine Nutter and James 
Lashman. Recorded ut supra, p. 356. 

1090 LEVY, Moses, of New Port, R. I., merchant, "ad- 

Jniie 6 vanccd in age." Moses, son of nephew Hiam Levy, Mar- 
^ garet McMahone, and her da. Anna, Moses Seixas and 
Simeon Levy, Bilhah, da. of Moses Seixas. Real and 
personal estate. Executors Hiam Levy, Moses Seixas 
and Sinieon Levy. Witnesses Jona. Willson, John 
Anthony and Edmund I. Ellery. Proved in R. I. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 360. 



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249 



1091 

1792 

Septbr. 18 

«793 
Jany. 9 



LIVINGSTON, Peter van Brugh, late of N. 

Y. City, now of Elizabeth Town, N. J. Wife Elizabeth, 
son Philipp, children of da. Catharine Bayard, daughters 
Sarah Ricketts, Susannah Kean, son of da. Mary vizt* 
George van Brugh Brown, Mary, da. of son Peter dec'd 
and his wife Susan, Eliza, da. of dec'd da. Eliza Otto. 
Real and personal property. Executors Gerrard Bancker, 
Treasurer of N. Y. State, and son Philipp. Witnesses 
Walter Rutherford, Margareta Marshall and Aaron Og- 
den. Codicil of Octbr. 2, 1792, leaves legacies to grandda. 
Maria Pen Ricketts, grandsons Philipp Ricketts, James 
Otto Ricketts, Peter Kean ; also to Rachel Hansen and 
her sister Elizabeth McCleaf, sister Sarah, Catherine, 
widow of bro. John. Witness Aaron Ogden. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 382. 



1092 
1792 

May 13 

«793 
March x8 



!, John, of Essex Co., bom in the Town of Bux- 
ton, England, now of Faulkland Islands and the brig 
Hope^ George Farmer, master, of N. Y., bound on a sail- 
ing voyage. Shipmate Robert Robinson sole heir and 
executor of personal property. Witnesses John Baxter, 
David Utt, butcher, and Jacob Hyer. Recorded ut su- 
pra, p. 386. 



1093 
Decbr. 4 



LEWIS, John, of N. Y. City, mariner, going on a 
voyage to the East Indies. Friend George Potter of 
N. Y. City, innholder, sole heir and executor of personal 
estate. Witnesses John Galloway and Wm. Collins. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 429. 



X094 

.«79S 
Aug. 23 

Aug. 29 

French 



LEMAY, William Theodorus, of Plaisance Par- 
ish, St. Domingo, now of N. Y. City, son of Guilleaume 
Lemay and Marie Catherine Renullard of St. Germain en 
Laye near Paris. Sister Catherine Lemay, Benedictine 
nun at the Convent of Villarseau, near Magny, in the 
French Voxin, godda. Marguerite Ballou, M. Couet de 
Montarand, member of the Council. Real estate in the 



250 



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Isld. of Sto. Domingo and in France, personal property. 
Executor Couet de Montarand. Witnesses Claude de 
Barras, Jean Pierre Cossi6 and Jean Leonard de la Bois- 
serie. Recorded ut supra, p. 496. 



1095 

X79S 
May 31 

Aug. 15 



LAWSON, John, of Workington, Cumberland Co. 
(England), merchant. Wife Sarah, daughters not named. 
Real and personal estate. Trustees and executors bro.- 
in-law Robert Jackson of Rawtonhead, said Co., William 
Eckford, bookseller, and John Tye, tailor, both of Work- 
ington. Witnesses Joseph Tye, William Salkeld and 
John Askew, who certify that dec'd had goods, chattels 
and credits in the Province of N. Y. Recorded ut supra. 
Vol. II., p. 4. 



1096 

Apru22 
April 37 
French 



1097 
Octbr. XX 

NoTDr. 30 
French 



LAMARQUE, Jean, of Areahaye, Island of St. 
Domingo, now in N. Y. City. Codicil to a last will, made 
in St. Domingo, names Pierre Laffiteau as executor and 
gives a legacy to Madame Rosalie Gabrielle Pault, widow 
of Simon Voisin and to Marie Rose le Blanc. Witnesses 
R. J. van den Brock, notary public, Jouve and Michel. 
Recorded ut supra, II., p. 24. 

LOTBINI^RE, Michel Chartierde, Marquis 

de Chartier de Lotbini&re, Marquis de Lotbini&re in Vau- 
dreuil. Lord of the Seigneuries de Vaudreuil, Deux 
Rigauds and Villechauve in Lower Canada, Knight of 
the Royal and Military Order of St. Louis. Son Eustace 
Gaspard Michel Chartier de Lotbini&re, whom testator 
calls ungrateful and whose wife he designates as monster, 
cousin and pupil Michel Alain Chartier, Knight and Lord 
of AUainville, daughter in the U. S. Real and personal 
property in Canada. Executors (honoraires et on^raires) 
Rt. Rev. Jean Francois Hubert, Bishop of Quebec, 
Honble Wm. Smith, Chief Justice of Canada, Jean Bap- 
tist Deguin, priest at Vaudreuil, and Louis de Salaberry. 
Proved by the testimony of Simon Nathan, auctioneer. 



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251 



X098 
1790 

Jany. 4 

June 8 
French 



and Chartier Allainvnie, clerk, both of New York, as to 
handwriting. A long letter to Chief Justice Smith is 
added. Recorded ut supra, p. 99. 

LA R RESET, George, native of Bayonne, France, 
about going to Isle de France. Sister Gracieuse Lar- 
raset, of Bayonne, the three children of M. Dingisart and 
wife, nephew and nieces of testator. Real and personal 
estate. Executor Dominic Lynch of N. Y. City, mer- 
chant. Witnesses V. A. Le Prince, Secretary to Count 
Moustier, and N. A. de Champgrillet. Testator died at 
Cape of Good Hope in January 1791. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 216. 



1009 

1785 
July 9 



LIVINGSTON, Henry, late Ensign N. Y. Levies. 
Letters of administration on the estate of, granted to his 
father John Livingston of N. Y. City, gentleman. Re- 
corded ut supra, Vol. IIL, p. 47. 



ixoo 

18x0 
Febry. ai 

1820 
Aug. 19 



LAWRENCE, Jonathan, of New York City, 

merchant. Wife Ruth, daughters Margaret, Judith Ire- 
land, sons Jonathan, Samuel, Richard M., Abraham 
Riker, Joseph, John L., William Thomas. 14 Houses 
and lots between Arundel, Delancey and Suffolk Streets, 
personal property. Executors the seven sons. Wit- 
nesses Abraham Brinkerhoff jun., Danl. Rapelye and 
Charles Rogers. Recorded ut supra. Vol. IV., p. 113. 



IXOI 

1825 
April II 

1826 
Octbr. 16 



LUSH, Stephen, of Albany City, esquire. Wife 
Lydia, daughters Rachel, Gertrude, widow of Robert 
James, Mary, wife of John M. Bradford, sons Samuel 
Stringer, William and Richard. House and lot on N. 
Market Str. (Broadway) Albany, land on Sakendaga R., 
in Township No. 3 & 1 1 Old Military Patent, No. 2^ Tot- 
ten and Crossfield Purchase, in Montgomery County, in 
lot No. ^^ jersey field, in lot No. 73 on Scaroon Lake, 
personal property. Trustees for da. Mary Bradford sons 



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Samuel S. and William. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Richard S. Treat, Henry van den Bergh and C. Y. 
Lansing. Recorded ut supra, p. i8o. 

11^ La CRANCE, Christian, of Bethlehem, Albany 

JanT. 27 Co. Wife Elizabeth, daughters Ann, wife of John Halien- 
Octbr: 26 bake and Angelica, wife of Andrew Hallenbake, Janet, 

wife of James McClasky. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Jacob ten Eyck, James D. la Grange and James 
McClasky. Witnesses James Rodgers, Thomas Spencer 
and I. A. Quackenboss. Recorded ut supra, p. 234. 

x683?4 LOVERIDGE, William, of Albany. WifeTem- 

Jany. perance, sons William, Samuel, daughters Hannah, wife 
June 3 ^' Henry Slaide, of Carolina, Temperance, wife of Isaac 
Molyn, of New York and Sarah, wife of John Ward of 
Esopus. Land at Catskil and personal property. No 
executor named. Witnesses Jacob Sanders Glen, Mr. 
Richard Pretty, at whose house the will is executed, and 
Robert Livingston, secretary. Albany Co. Records, 
Court Minutes, 1680-5, p. 549. 

X685 LESPINARD, Anthony, of Albany, burgher. 

April 2 Wife Abeltie, children Johannis, 10 yrs. old, Cornelia, 

" Margarita and Abeltie, 6 months old. Real and personal 

estate. The wife sole executrix and guardian. Witnesses 

William Teller, Cornelius van Dyck and J. Becker, Notary 

Public. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, H., p. 540. 

"?76V^ LAGRANGE, Isaac, of the Normanskil, Albany 

April 16 Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, sons Omey, Isaac, Koonradt, 

Septbr! 26 daughters Geezee, wife of Johannis Look, Antje, wife of 

Anthony Quackenboss. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons Omey and Isaac. Witnesses John M. Veeder, 
Volkert Veeder, both of the Normanskil farmers, and 
Jacob Jacobson. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 326. 



Calendar of Wills. 253 



"^ LACRANSE, Jacobus, son of Omey, of the Nor- 

June la manskil, Albany Co. Wife Engeltie, children Omey, 
l^[7^ John, Aric, Myndert, Barnardus, Susanna, Annatie, De- 
bora, grandson John Blomendal, son of dec'd. da. Chris- 
tean. Real and personal estate. Executors sons Bar- 
nardus, Omey and John. Witnesses Volkert Veeder, 
Simon M. Veeder and Jacob Jacobson. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 364. 

X747 LACRANCE, Johannis, late of Rensselaerswyck 

Jnne i8 Manor, yeoman. Children Johannis, Christiaen, Annatie, 
Mayo Margaret and Christientie, granddaughters, ''which are 
Christened after my wife deceased towit Eytje," daugh- 
ters of son Christiaen and daughters Annatie and Chris- 
tientie. Real and personal estate (a silver cup, a do. tank- 
ard, engraved I L G, a do. do. engraved O. L G, plate). 
Executors the two sons. Witnesses Robert Sanders, 
Jacob Evertsen and Myndert van Jeveren. Albany Co. 
Record, Wills, I., part 2, p. i. 

'"^xSI'a^ ^ '^ MEYER, Martin Jansen, and wife Hendrikje of 
March x6 New York City. The survivor, children Johannes, Har- 

man, Martin, Elsje, wife of Burger Meyndertz, Beeltje, 
wife of Claas Gysbertz, Helenah, wife of Edward Cock, 
Catherine and Hannah. Real and personal estate. The 
survivor executor. Witnesses W. Bogardus, Peter de 
Mill and Dirk Bensen. Translated Aug. 15, 171 3. 

111MM3) MATHEWS, Colonel Peter, of Albany City. 

May X Wife Bridgett sole heiress and executrix of real and per- 
Tane 27 sonal estate. Witnesses Robert Lurting, Wm. Sharpas 
and Gerard Clows. Seal. 

IXX2 (M 4) M U LL, Abraham, of N. Y. City, yeoman. Wife 

Septbr. 6 Jackamintye, children Adriana, wife of Francis Harrison, 

Susanna, Ryartye, grandchildren, vizt. Walter, Abraham 

and William Hyer, sons of dec'd da. Katerlyntye, Abra- 



254 Calendar of Wills. 



ham Stephens, son of da. Ryartye, Hendrick van Bon- 
well, son of da. Susannah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Uynant Vinsant, blockmaker, and Nicholas 
Matthieson, blacksmith, both of N. Y. City. Witnesses 
Johanness Banc, William Hier and John Breested. Copy. 

«"3(M5) MATTYSEN, Jan, of Kingston Corporation, 

OctDf. 10 Ulster Co. Wife Maddeleen, sons Mattys Jansen, 
N<rv^^^24 Thomas, Jan, Hendrick, David, Margrieta, wife of Barent 
Dntch Burhans, Catrina, wife of John Crooke jun., grandson 
Daniell, son of dec'd. da. Magdalena, wife of Richard 
Broadhead, children of dec'd. da. Sara, wife of Elias 
Bunschoten, vizt. Teunis Johannis and Gerritie. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons Mattys, Thomas, 
Hendrick and David Jansen, Jan having gone to England 
and believed, to be dead. Witnesses W. ten Broeck, 
A. Gaasbeek Chambers, Johannis ten Broeck and Wil- 
liam Nottingham. 

1X14 (M 6) M AB EE, John, of Schenectady Township, Albany 

April 3 Co., yeoman. Children Peter, Jacob, Abraham, Margret. 

Septbr. 13 Land on both sides of Mohawk R., " lands, " where da. 

Margret now lives, called Kadoritha," h. and 1. in Schenec- 
tady ; personal estate. Executors Jacobus van Dyke and 
Caleb Beck. Witnesses Jan Danielsen, Johannis Peck and 
Harme van Antwerp. 

"/W^ MACK GREGORY, Patrick, of Orange Co.. 

FeDry. 25 yeoman. Daughter Mary, wife of David Southerland of 
1728 Ulster Co. and her sons Patrick and David, grandson 

Gregor MacGregory. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors son-in-law David Southerland and John Alsop of 
Ulster Co. Witnesses Frances Jaycocks, Ino. Alsop and 
W. Gale. 

ixi6(M8) MINGAEL, Johannes, of Albany City. Wife 

Aug. X Maria sole heiress and executrix. Witnesses Johannis 
lUpig Hansen, Gerrit van den Bergh and Arendt Pruyn. 
Dntch 



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255 



iii7(M9) 

175X 
Marcn 10 



MINTHORNE, Philipp, in the Bowree, Out 
Ward, N. Y. City, yeoman. Wife Johanna, children 
Philipp, Johanna, Hillegonda and Margaret, sisters Geer- 
tje, Sarah and Hannah. Land on Manhattan Island, 
called the Negroes Cagee, tanyards on the Freshwater ; 
personal property. Executors the wife, bro. John Min- 
thorne and bro.-in-law John Roll. Witnesses Andryes 
ten Eyck, Samuel Beekman, cordwainer, and H. Demeyer. 
Copy. 



iii8(M xo) 
X740 

Jany. 22 
Dutch 



ICHALi M0868, widower of Catharina Hasher, 
of the Jewish Nation, of Curasao. Children Johevit, wife of 
Judah Means, Rachel, wife of Samuel Meyer Cohen, who 
has children Elkaley and Hayah, Rebecca, wife of Judah 
Ehays and Bloeme, wife of Aron Louzada y Zulex. Real 
and personal property. Executors the four sons-in-law in 
New York, Isaac Levy Maduro and Cohen Henriquez 
jun. of the Island of Cura9ao. Witnesses Nicolaus 
Henricus and Laurents Laan. Copy, endorsed " Admn. 
granted here the loth June 1740." 



xxx9(M XX) 

X744 
May 28 

Octbr. 4 



ULDERi CorneliuSy son of Cornells Stevensen 
Mulder of Claverack, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Janetie, 
nephew Johannes Tobise van Dusen, brothers Christopher 
and Jacob Mulder, sons of dec*d bro. Johannis Mulder, 
vizt. Cornells, Isaac, Jacob and Jeremiah. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, William van Ness 
and Jacob Freese. Witnesses Samuel ten Broeck, Wyl- 
lem Esselstyn and Jacob Freese. 



XX20(M X2) 

X746 
Septbr. 6 

X718 
April 25 



MOORE, Benjamin, of Goshen, Orange Co., 
tailor. Sons Benjamin and Nathan, daughters Anna, 
Margat and Martha. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors Joseph Allison and Richard. Witnesses Alexr. 
Smith, Hendry Wesener and Anthony Carpenter. 



256 Calendar of Wills. 



"«J<JJ'3) MORRIS, Isabella, widow of his late Excellency 

Aug. 9 Lewis Morris. Daughters Euphemia, widow of Matthew 
Norris, Mary Pearse, Anne Antill, Arabella Graham, 
Margaret Morris, Elizabeth White, children of dec'd da. 
Kearney vizt. Isabella Kearney, Mary van Horn, Euphe- 
mia, Arabella Kearney and Graham Kearney, children of 
dec*d da. Isabella, late wife of Richard Ashfield, vizt. 
Lewis, Mary, Isabella, Patience, Richard and Pearse. 
Real and personal property. Executors sons Lewis and 
Robert Hunter Morris. Witnesses Ino. Cox, Ino. Fre- 
hock, D. Martin and Sarah Robinson. Letters of admin- 
istration granted to Lewis Morris, April 20, 1752. Copy. 

ii3a(Mi4) McNEAL, James, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co., 

Jnne 28 yeoman. Wife Margarett, daughters Hannah, Aner and 

bIi^^2 ^^^i son James. Real and personal estate. Executors 

Alexander Milleken and Jacobus Bruyn. Witnesses 

Samuel Haines, Alexander Milliken jun. and John 

Milliken. 

«"3(M»5) McNEALL, John, jun., of Wallkil Prect., Ul- 
May 21 ster Co. Wife Martha, children Thomas, John, Ed- 
JtSr^iA ward, Susanna, Jane Butterfield, Martha, Ann, Rebecca, 
Mary and Lydia. Real and personal estate. Executors 
bro.-inJaw William Rowland and son-in-law Daniel But- 
terfield. Witnesses Thomas Neley, James Crawford jun., 
both of said Prect., yeomen, and Samuel Crawford, jun. 

"»4(M 16) MORE, Robert, of Southampton, Suffolk Co., yeo- 
Septbr. 9 man. Wife , son Henry and other children not 

named. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 

and Capt. Theophilus Howell. Copy. 

»"5(M 17) MYNDERSE, Johannes, of Schenectady Town- 

May 4 ship, Albany Co., blacksmith. Sons Myndert, Jacobus 
MaT^7 and Reynier. H. and lots in Schenectady, land in Stone 
Rabie, personal property. Executors the three sons. 
Witnesses Yacobus Peeck, Hendricus F. Veeder and Maes 
van Vranken. 



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257 



ii26(M 18) 

175s 
Jane 14 
Novbr. 5 



McCINNISy William, Captain of a Company of 
Militia in the Cruyn (Crown) Point Expedition of Scho- 
ncctady. Mother-in-law Annitje Veeder, son Alexander, 
bro. Robert Maginnes of N. Y. City, joiner, and his son 
William. Real and personal estate. Executors John 
Sanders of Schonectady, merchant, and Levi Pawling of 
Ulster Co., gentleman. Witnesses Gerrit A. Lansing of 
Schenectady, merchant, Isaac Is. Truax and John Sanders. 



iia7(M 19) 
Octbr. 9 



MYNDERSE, Myndert, of Schonectady Town, 
Albany Co., blacksmith. Wife Maria, sons Johannes, 
Barendt and Harme, daughters Geertruyd, Margarieta 
and Sarah. Houses and lots in Schonectady, personal 
property. Executors the wife and brothers JaCobus and 
Reynier. Witnesses Arent Stevens, Ino. Brown, mer- 
chant, and Johannis Veeder. See No. 1125. 



iia8(M2o) 

Marco 9 
April 29 



UTS, Johannes, of Haverstraw Prect., Orange 
Co. Wife Cathereen, Dutch Church at Haverstraw for a 
free school. Real and personal estate. Executors Pow- 
las Hopper, Lucas Stephanson, Ondris Onderdonck and 
Wm. Campbell jun. Witnesses Paulus Hopper, Luykas 
Stephanson, William Campbell jun. and Andries Onder- 
donck. 



IX29(M 2X) 

1758 
NoTbr. 30 

April 21 



ULLER, Cornelis, of Rensselaerswick Colony, 
yeoman. Children, all under age, not named. Real and 
personal estate. Executors bro. Isaac Muller and bro.-in- 
law Johannis Jacobs van Valkenburgh. Witnesses An- 
dries Kittel of Kindcrhook, blacksmith, Johannis van 
Valkenburgh and Arent van Dyck. 



xx3o(Ma2) 

X758 
Aug. 7 

175? 
March 2 



MOTT, Gershom, of New Hempsted, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Ruth, sons Solomon, Gershom, Charles, 
Benjamin, daughters Moley, wife of Peter Lott, and Eliza- 
beth Clark, grandson Gershom Lott. Real and personal 



»7 



\ 
s 

\ 



258 Calendar of Wills. 



estate (a bible). Executors son Benjamin and Jacob 
Hallsed. Witnesses Joseph Seaman, Caleb Seaman and 
Gershom Rose, farmers. 



"3«(Ma3) MILL, Aurelius, of Flushing, L. I., joiner. Daugh- 

May 10 ter Elizabeth. Real and personal property. Executor 

AprS^iS Thomas Thorn of Flushing. Witnesses Huybert van 

Wagenen of N. Y. City, shopkeeper, Jesper Drake and 

John Ketchum. Copy. 



"3a(M24) McEUEN, Danel, of Ulster Co. Daughter Mary, 
Johr 13 Mikem, son of John Euen of N. Y., carman, and Richard, 

Dcc6r. 18 g^^ ^j Richard Lues of Ulster Co. " Worley estate." 

Executors Francis Purdy and John McEuen sen. of N. Y., 
carman. Witnesses Henery Smith of Ulster Co., farmer, 
John Young and Richard Lewis. 



ii33^(Ma5) MATTHEWS, Robert, of Poughkeepsie Distr., 

[any. 4 Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife , son Samuel and an 

''*^ '3 expected child. " Worldly estate." Executors bro. 

James Lucke and Matthew van Kuran. Witnesses David 

Fulton and Wm. Irwin. 



i 



"^iH**^ MILLS, Samuel, of Smithtown, Suffolk Co. Wife 
Pebry. la Ruth, sons Timothy and Samuel, daughters Mary, Sary. 
Febry. ao Homefarm, land in Brookhaven bounds, personal estate. 

Executors brothers Jonathan Mills and Eleazer Hockings. 

Witnesses Isaac Mills, David Biggs and Jonathan Mills. 

"3S(Ma7) MERTEN (Martine), John, of Havcrstraw Pre. 

Decor. 24 cinct. Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Affie, daughters Elesa- 
Nov][!r i< beth, Affie and Hannah, sons Daniel and Jerimah. Real 

and personal property (a silver baker). Executors James 
Declark and Thomas Wilson. Witnesses William Camp- 
bell jun., Peter Maberry and Johannes Vanderbelt of 
Orange Co., farmer. 



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259 



1 136 (M 28) 

X759 
Jany. 25 

llarc]i23 



MERITT, C60rg6| of Hilands Prect, Ulster Co., 
youman. Wife Glorande, sons Caleb, Umphere, Samuel, 
George, David, Gabrill, Josiah, daughters Elizabeth, Glo- 
rande and Jen. Homefarm, land near Robins Point, do. 
in the Whiteplains inherited through mother from grand- 
father Umfree Underbill, personal property. Executors 
the wife, Samuel Fowler and son Umpheree. Witnesses 
Thomas Merrit of Ulster Co., miller, John Bloomer and 
Joseph Bloomer sen., miller. 



ii37(M29) 
Decbr. 2 



Oct 



:tbr. 18 



MERITT, Clorini of Hilands Prect., Ulster Co. 
Daughters Elizabeth, Glorin and Jan., sons Josiah and 
Caleb. "Worldly estate." Executors son Umpherey 
Meritt and bro. Samuel Purdy. Witnesses Martha Lat- 
ting, Stephen Purdy of Dutchess Co. farmer and Joseph 
Bloomer. See preceding No. 



ii38(M3o) 
1760 

MaT2i 

Octbr. I 



MEAD, Nehemiah, of Crom Elbow Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, sons Nehemiah, 
Joseph, Philipp and Noah, da. Sarah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors brothers Enos and Jonathan Mead, 
both of Crom Elbow Prect. Witnesses Samuel Barker, 
Samuel Barker jun., both of Dutchess Co., yeomen, and 
Freelovc Barker. 



ii39(M3x) 
1760 

NoTbr. 19 

1762 

Aug. 5 



MORRIS, Lewis, of Morrisania. Wife Sarah, sons 
Lewis, Staats Long, Richard, Gouverneur, daughters 
Mary, wife of Thomas Lawrence, Isabella, Sarah, Euphe- 
mia and Catherine, wife's niece Johanna Hall, bro.-in-law 
James Graham, bro. Robert Hunter Morris. ** My desire 
is, that nothing be mentioned about me, not so much as 
a single Line in a News Paper, to tell the World I am 
dead." . . . " It is my Desire that my son Gouver- 
neur Morris may have the best Education that is to be 
had in England or America, but my Express Will and 
Directions are, that he be never sent for that purpose to 
the Colony of Connecticut, Least he should imbibe in his 



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Youth that Low Craft and Cunning, so Incident to the 
People of that Country, which is so interwoven in their 
constitutions, that all their art cannot Disguise it from 
the World, Tho' many of them under the Sanctified 
Garb of Religion have Endeavoured to Impose them- 
selves on the World for Honest Men." Farm at Morri- 
sania, lots on Broadway, N. Y. City, land on Pisaick 
River, personal property (plate, family pictures). Execu- 
tors bro. Robert Hunter Morris, son Richard and William 
Smith junior. Witnesses Francis Lewis of N. Y. City, 
merchant, Samuel Gilford and Stephen Sayre. Copy. 



1x40 (M 33) 
X761 

Octbr. 14 

1762 
Novbr. 13 



MILSPAH, Peter, of the Wallkil. Wife , 

son Benjamin and other children not named. " Worldly 
estate." Executors and trustees William Comfort and 
Jacob Milspah. Witnesses Lorentz Christ, Necolas 
Melsbagh and John McClean. 



ii4i(M33) 

1761 
NoTbr. 6 

1762 
Aug. 14 



MUCH (Mutts), Catherine, widow of Jehais, of 

Haverstraw Prect., Orange Co. Children of kinswoman 
Onnor Christion of Scorhary, Alboney Co., Nicholas 
Cooper sen. of Haverstraw. Personal property. Execu- 
tors Philipp Servent and Thunis Declark both of Haver- 
straw. Witnesses William Taylor of Orange Co., carpen- 
ter, Nathl. Barmore & Gershom Rose. Codicil of January 
19, 1762 gives legacies to Philipp Servent, Mary Servent, 
Tunis Clark and William Taylor. Witnesses Susannah 
Knapp, William Kemp and Johannes Snyder. 



ii42(M34) 
176X 

March 28 

1770 

Jany. 5 



MAESEN, Cornells, of Albany City, brazier. 
Nephews Maas and Albartus Bloemendal, sons of bro. 
Jacob Maas, and Cornelius Bloemendal, son of bro. Jan, 
nieces Leah, wife of Cornelius van Deusen, Jacomyntie, 
wife of Jacob Ostrander, both daughters of sister Gertruy 
and nephews Cornelius and Jacobus Ostrander, sons of the 
same sister. Houses and lots in Albany. Executors 
Qephew Maas, son of bro. Jan, nephew Maas, son of bro. 



Calendar of Wills. 261 



Jacob and Cornelius van Deusen. Witnesses Staats 
van Santvoord, gunsmith, John van Valkenburgh, joiner, 
and John Roorback, alderman. 

"^i7(S^^ MOTT, Joseph, of Sharlotte Prect, Dutchess Co. 
Septbr. a8 yeoman. Wife Chatharina, sons Joseph, who has son 
Feb^ri6 Joseph and other children, Samuel, Richard, Jacob, 

daughters Martha, wife of James Vollentine, Jane, wife of 
Timothy Smith, Elisebeth, wife of Samuel Smith, and 
Jemima, wife of John Connon. Land in Great Nine 
Partners, personal property. Executors bro. Jacob Mott 
of Queens Co. and Lawrence Maston of L. L Witnesses 
Tobias Stoutenburgh of Charlotte Prect., merchant, Jo« 
hann George Rimpp and Catharina Stoutenburgh. 

"44(M36) MELSON, Charles, of N. Y. City, mariner, going 
Septbr. II on board the Snow Boscawen, Edward Spain, master. 
Septbr. 15 Alexander Mack Bain sole heir and executor of all prop- 
erty. Witnesses Alexander Bayne, Sergt. 77th Regt., 
John Rodey and Hectour Taylor of N. Y. City, mariner. 
Copy. 

"\y^^37) MclNVIN, John, of N.Y. City. John Anderson 
Jany. 8 sole heir and executor of real and personal estate. Wit- 
Febry. 4 nesses James McKenzie of N. Y. City, innholder, and 
Hector McKenzie. Copy. 

ii46(M38) MACEY, Mary, widow, formerly of the Island of 
March ao Jamaica now of N. Y. City. Widow Elizabeth Moore of 
»7^5 N. Y. City and her da. Mary, nephew Isaac Wilkins, 

son of dec*d sister Johanna, late wife of Martin Wilkins, 
formerly of Jamaica, last of N. Y. City dec*d, Isabella, 
wife of nephew Isaac and da. of Lewis Morris, late Judge 
and Commissary of the Admiralty. Real and personal 
estate. Executor nephew Isaac Wilkins. Witnesses 
Catherin Ludlow, Anthony Hoffman and William Smith 
jun. Copy. 



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II47(M39) 

1763 

June ao 
Aug. 23 



ii48(M4o) 

1763 
May 14 



ii49(M4i) 

X763 
Jany. xo 

1765 
Febiy. 25 



MULLER, Jeremiahi of Clavcrack, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, sons Cornells, Jacob, Johannes, 
daughters Hendrickje, widow of Bartholomeus Hoge- 
boom, Heyetje, wife of Jan de La Matre, Maria, wife of 
Jacobus de La Matre, Jannetje, widow of Abraham 
Fonda. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
sons and Stephanus van Dyke. Witnesses J. v. Rensse- 
laer, Laurance Hogeboom of Claverack and Philipp 
Schuyler of Albany. 

MURRAY, William, of N. Y. City, mariner. 
Wife Mary, son Charles. Marine property. Has brother 
John Murray. Executors Malcolm Campbell and Peter 
Pra van Zandt, both of N. Y. City, merchants. Witnesses 
Thos. Grigg jun. and Thos. Moore. Copy made June 
16, 1763. 

MIER| Eda, of Orange Township, Orange Co., yeo- 
man. Children Johannes, Anitie, Elisabeth, Altie, Wei- 
lemintje, Cornelius, Andries, Abraham, Garret, Jacob, 
Isaac, John and Daniel. " My estate." Executors son 
Johannes and Johannes Josephson Blawfelt of Orange 
Township. Witnessess Gerrit van Cleff, Andrs. Onder- 
donck jun., of Orange Co., farmer, and Lambert Cuiper. 
Printed form. 



ii5o(M4a) 

1764 

April 16 

1768 

Septbr. 28 

Gierman 



MUELLER, Hans Joerg, living on Mr. van 
Benthuysen's land in Dutchess Co. Wife Anna Barbara 
n/e Trumbur, sons Christian, Heinrich, Johannes, and 
Jacob, da. Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Caspar Schult, Jacop Maul and Willem Betzer. Wit- 
nesses Philipp Henrich More of Rinebeck Prect., black- 
smith, Jorg Klum and William Mohr. 



1x51 (M 43) 

Octbr. a 

X784 

June I 



MESIER, Peter, of N. Y. City, bolter. Sons 
Abraham and Peter, da. Elezabeth, wife of Abraham 
Bussing, grandchildren Jacob and John, sons of dec'd da. 
Catherean, late wife of Jacob van Voorhis. Houses and 



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lots on Cortlandt and Mesier Str., West Ward, N. Y. City, 
personal property. Executors sons Abraham and Peter. 
Witnesses John van Dalsem, mason, Marselus Gerbrandts 
and Henry Sickels. 

"^7^1^^ MARSH, WItham, His Majesty's Secretary for 
June 29 Indian Affairs, Clerk of the City and County of Albany, 
May 37 Clerk of the Common Pleas and Clerk of the Peace for 
said City and County. Bro. John Marsh of Richmond, 
Surrey Co., Mary, da. of William Whitaker of Leachlade, 
County of Gloucester, England, the Earl of Halifax, 
Lewis Lord Sondes, Sir Wm. Johnson, Bart., Edward 
Waldo, merchant in Abechurch (?) Lane. Personal 
estate. Executors Sir William Johnson, Robert Leake, 
H. M. Commissary General at N. Y. and Peter Silvester 
of Albany. Wishes to be buried under the belfry of 
Albany Church with the epitaph, " Withamus de Marisco, / 

alias Marshe, natus die Maij 17 ... ex matre sui 
Patris nobilissime oriundus. Denatus idem Withamus — 
die — 176 — ." Proved by the testimony of John McKesson 
of N. Y. and Gilbert Burger, clerk of John Morin Scott, 
as to handwriting. 

"S3(M45) MILLS, Ephraim, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
NoTDr. 20 Co., yeoman. Sons Ephratm, Samuel, daughters Bathiah, 
jMiy/iS Susannah, Mary, Hannah, and Phebe, grandchildren Su- 
sannah, Stephen and John, children of dec'd son William 
Mills, son-in-law John Earls. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Obe Griffin and Joshua Height. Witnesses 
James Germond of Dutchess Co., yeoman, John Haddan 
and Isaac Huff. 

"S4^(M46) MERSELIS, Gerret Joh., of Albany City. 

Febrj. < Mother, brothers Gisbert and Henry, sisters Eva, Barbara 
^^7^^ and Maria. H. & 1. in Albany, real estate in Schenec- 
tady, personal property. Executors the two brothers. 
Witnesses Marten Mynderse of Albany, blacksmith, Cor- 
nelius Beekman and Abr. Yates jun. 



264 



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iiS5(M47) 

Auff. 10 
Septbr. 10 



ii56(M48) 



iiS7(M49) 

X767 
Decbr. 17 

«775 
June 15 



ii58(Mso) 

Juiy X4 

1771 

NoTbr, 19 



1X59 (M 51) 

1767 

Decbr. 4 

1771 
May 34 



MILLER, Andrew, of Goshen Prcct, Orange Co., 
yeoman. Daughters Ann Armstrong, Elizabeth Miller, 
sons Andrew, James, John, William, David and Alexan- 
der, brothers-in-law James Jackson of New Windsor, and 
Alexander Jackson. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors son Andrew, bro.-in-law James Jackson and da. 
Elizabeth. Witnesses Michael Jackson, William Arm- 
strong, farmer, and William Jackson. 

MclNTIRE, James, of Littel Brittain" and so- 
forth." Children of sister vizt. Jean, Nancy and Mary 
Wallace. "Worldly goods." Executor Joseph Davis, 
Witnesses James Umphry, carpenter, Arthur Beatty and 
Samuel Boyd. 

MARVIN, Robert, of Herricks, Hempstead Town- 
ship, Queens Co., yeoman. Children John, Sarah, Mary, 
Hannah and Pheby, grandchildren Jacob and John Mar- 
vin, sons of John, Marvin Rowland, son of da. Mary, 
children of dec'd. da. Ruth, wife of Samuel Rowland of 
Dutchess Co. Son John's wife is Mary. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors sons John and sons-in-law Jona- 
than Rowland and Isaac Smith. Witnesses Daniel Law- 
rence, practicioner of physics, Richard Wiggins, yeoman, 
both of Queens Co., and Uriah Smith. Copy. 

MILLERD, Robert, jun., of Beekman's Prect., 
Dutchess Co., tanner. Wife Phebe, children Temperance, 
Abiathar, Abigal, and Robert. Real and personal estate. 
Executors George Panny of Phih'pps Patent and Joshua 
Millerd. Witnesses Bennajah Millerd, of Pawlings Prect., 
yeoman, Abiathar Millerd and Zephiniah Eddy. 

MOVIEL, Thomas, of Newton, Queens Co., yeo- 
man. Wife Kezia, sons Jonathan, Jacob, Samuel, Robard 
and Thomas. Real and personal property. Executors 
sons Jonathan, Jacob, Samuel and Robard. Witnesses 
James Way of Queens Co., farmer, Philipp Edsall and 
Nathaniel flSsh. Copy. 



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265 



ii6o(M52) 

Decor. : 

X770 
Septbr. 



12 



1161 (M S3) 
1769 

Decbr. 6 

1770 

April 30 



ii62(M54) 
1769 

Aug. 9 
Jany. 26 



xx63(M55) 

1769 

Jmny. 10 

jDne2 



1x64 (M 56) 

June 6 

1782 

NoTbr. Z4 



MONTROSS, John,of Rumbout Prect, Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Margaret, daughters Mary Langdon, 
widow, Margaret, wife of George Bloom, Rachael, wife of 
Joseph Thirstan, Leah, wife of Matthias Horton, grandda. 
Molly, wife of Dirck Hogeland and da. of dec'd son 
Peter. Real and personal estate. Executors William van 
Wyck, Theodorus van Wyck jun., and Jacob Dubois jun. 
Witnesses Jacob du Boys, Philipp Verplanck jun., and 
Peter Duboys. 

MILSBACH, Mathias, of Wallkil Prect, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Son Jacob, children of dec'd son Peter, da. 
Christina, wife of Johannis Krans. Real and personal 
estate. Executor son Jacob. Witnesses Andrew Graham, 
Coonrod More and Johannes Bruyn. 

MARSELIS, AnnatJBi widow of Johannis, of 
Albany City. Children Gysbert, Eva, wife of Johannis M. 
Roseboom, Barbara, wife of Henry I. Bogert, Maria, wife 
of Henry Lansingh, and Hendrick heirs and executors of 
real and personal estate. Witnesses Jacobus Vinhagen, 
Abraham Vinhagen, of Albany Co., farmers, and Abraham 
Yates jun. 

MILLER, Henry I of New Comwal, Orange Co., 
farmer. Wife Margret, sons John, William, Henry, 
James, Benjamin, Jesse and Peter, daughters Rebeckah 
and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and Archibald Little of New Cornwal. Witnesses Hop- 
kins Smith, Aaron Cunningham, labourer, and James 
Smith. 



MANDEVIL David, of New Comwell Prect., 
Orange Co., gentleman. Wife Anna, sons Joseph, 
Jacob, Henry, Francis, Michael and David, da. Mary 
Wescoat. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 
Francis Mandevil, Henry Wisner jun., and son Jacob. 
Witnesses Amos Mills, Langford Thorne and David 
Sands. 



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"*5(MS7) MOWRIS, Samuel, of Marbletoun, Ulster Co. 
JiUt 8 Wife Geesje, sons Samuel, Henry, Petrus, Daniel, step- 
J^eta daughter Arjaentje Oosterhout, " the child of my present 
uutdi wife by former husband." Real and personal estate. 

Executors sons Henry and Petrus and Willem Eltinge. 

Witnesses Hend. Sleght of Kington, esquire, Abraham 

Hasbrouck jun., and Hend. I. Sleght of Kingston, 

yeoman. 

"%^S ^*^ MABEI, Peter, of Orange Town, Orange Co. Wife 
March as Cathalintie, sons Casparus, Jeremiah, Abraham, Peter, 
}m}\ . Jost, Cornelius, grandson Isaac, son of Peter, daughters 
Elizabeth, wife of Abraham Haring, Sofiah, wife of Jo- 
hannis Delamator and Mary, wife of John Westervelt. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Johannes 
Mabei and Thomas Outwater. Witnesses Ebenezer 
Wood, William Hammon of Orange Co., shoemaker, 
and Gilm. Outwater. 



"67ajS9) McPHEADRIS, Helena, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Fcbry, ai Daughter Catherine, wife of Robert G. Livingston of N. 
Jane 3 ^* (^^ty, merchant, granddaughters Helena McLeod and 
Susannah McDonald, grandsons Andrew Myer jun. and 
his children, Simon Johnson Myer, John Myer and Gil- 
bert Myer, children of dec'd da. Susanna Myer. " World- 
ly goods and estate." Executors son-in-law Robert G. 
Livingston and wife. Witnesses Margaret Stuyvesant, 
Peter Stuyvesant of N. Y. City, esquire, and John Mekel. 



"%^J2^^ McMENNOMY, Robert, of N.Y. City. Wife 

July 9 Elizabeth, sons John and Robert, da. Margaret. Lots 66 
Mayaa ^"^ 151 in Turner's Patent, Albany Co., personal prop- 
erty. Executors the wife and John Curry. Witnesses 
Joseph Dunkly, James Wilkes, shopkeeper, and James 
Hill. Copy. 



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1169 (M 61) MULLENDER, Peter, of Little Brittain, New 

Febry. 20 Winsor Precinct, Ulster Co., yeoman, " fair advanced in 

ApS!\o years." Wife , children William, Elizabeth Olepher, 

Mary Wellings, Sarah Ball, Reachel Falls and Agnes 
Porter ; Rev. John Scears or his successor, grandda. Isa- 
belah Falls. Homefarm, land in the Hermitage tract, 
personal property. Executors son William and daughters 
Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah and Agnes. Witnesses Hugh 
Umphrey, John Peacock and James McCIaghry. Codicil 
of April 12, 1 77 1, makes slight change and is witnessed by 
Isabella Welling, Mary Welling, of New Winsor, spinster, 
and Thomas Porter. 

ii7o(M6a) MARTIN, Manasah, of Paulings Prcct., Dutchess 
Aug. 19 Co., carpenter. Wife Sarah, daughters Anner, Susannah 
M^22 Robinson, Deborah Nicobacker, Meribah, sons Mashar, 
Agrippa, Amaziah, Manasah, Ephraim, James, John, Asa, 
George and Aaron. Real and personal estate. Executor 
son Agrippa, who is also made trustee for da. Anner. 
Witnesses John Wickham, David Wickham, yeoman, and 
Elisha AUin. 



"7i^(M 63) McCEW, William, of Albany City, tailor. Wife 
Septbr. 5 Mary, his journeyman Ralph Miller and apprentice John 
Septbr. 24 Walton, little girl Jenny. " Worldly estate." Executors 

David Edgar and Thomas Shipboy, who refusing to act 

the widow is made administratrix. Witnesses Thos. 

Barry, John Sturgeon, of Albany, merchants, and Alexr. 

Chestnut. 



1x72 (M 64) MILLS, Catharina, of Dutchess Co., widow. 

1771 
Jany. 24 Father Peter Monfoort, niece Catharina Bush, da. of 

March 29 sister Anne ter Bush, who has da. Sarah and a not yet 
baptized da. " Worldly estate." Executors father Peter 
Monfoort and bro.-in-law Isaac ter Bush. Witnesses 
Abraham Lent, Jacobus Swartwout of Rumbouts Prect., 
gent., and Daniel Brinckerhoff. 



268 



Calendar of Wills. 



1173 (M 6s) 

1771 

Ang.S 

1778 

Jose 26 



MONELU Johniof New Windsor Prect, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Hannah sole heiress and executrix 
of real and personal property. Witnesses John Nicoll, 
William Gumming, weaver, and John Hays, yeoman. 



ii74(M66) 

X77a 

Mayas 

1784 

Jnne3 



McPHEADRYS, Helena, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Codicil to No. 1167 makes some changes in the legacies 
and adds a gift for educating poor children in a Free 
English School belonging to the Dutch Reformed Church 
of N. Y. Witnesses John Keily, Ann McPherson and 
Mary Peterson, widow. 



1175 (M 67) 

177a 
Octbr. 19 

Pebry. 9 
German 



MOCHIE, Johann Michel, of Livingston Manor, 
Albany Co. Wife Anna Eva, 5 children, Johannes, Her- 
manus, Marcus, Eva, Anna Maria, 6 stepchildren, Adam 
Killmer, Niklas, William, Elisabeth, Catharina and Gert. 
" Wordly goods " (a bible). Executors George Best, 
Auiustinus Schmit and Petrus Meyer. Witnesses Con- 
radt Schauerman, Johan Bartelmeus, labourers, and 
Emrig Schauerman. 



xi76(M68) 

«773 
Febrj. 17 

X78a 

Octbr. a 



MOSSER, Jury, of West Camp, Albany Co. 

Wife , sons Jacob, Thomas, daughters Elizabeth, 

wife of Peter Young, Christina, wife of Harme Fritts, 
Margret, wife of Michel Finger, Helena, wife of Johannis 
Petrie, Lea, wife of Christian Petrie, Susanna, wife of 
Christian Sax, granddaughters Elizabeth Kerker and 
Christina Chishem. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Harme Best, Johannes Michael and Dirck Jansen of 
Livingston Manor. Witnesses Petrus van Gaasbeek, 
Christian Valkenburgh, yeoman, of Livingston Manor 
and John Habs. 



ii77(M69) 

«773 
March 15 

X783 

May 8 

Dntch 



MYER| Christiaen, of Kingston Corporation, Ul- 
ster Co., farmer. Sons Willem, Johannis, Stophanis, 
Benjamin, Petrus and Tobias, children of dec'd son Chris- 



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269 



tiaen vizt. Annatje, Christiaen and Benjamin, heirs of 
dec'd da. Marytje, late wife of Hieronimus Valkenburgh, 
heirs of dec'd da. Christina and of dec'd da. Cattriena, 
da. Geertje, wife of Hendrick Fiero. Real and personal 
estate (a Dutch Bible). Executors sons Willem, Johan- 
nis, Stophanis and Johannis Snyder. Witnesses Arent 
Winne, Petrus Backer of Sagerties, farmer, and Johann 
Heinrich Meyer. 



ii78(M7o) 
Octbr. 17 
March 17 



MITCHELL, Robert, jun., of Madnans Neck, 
Hempstead Township, Queens Co., farmer. Wife Sarah, 
daughters Sasannah, Phebe and Martha, sons William 
and Allen, reputed son Henry. Real and personal estate. 
Executors bro. John Mitchell, bro.-in-law John Allen and 
Henry Stocker. Witnesses John Morrell, Thomas Smith 
and Danl. Kissam. Copy. 



1179 (M 71) 
Octbr. 25 
Novbr. I 



MONTACNE, Rebecca, widow of Thomas, of 

N. Y. City, shopkeeper, children Peter, Auriantche Lefay, 
Hannache, wife of Morris Earl, Jane, wife of John Wright, 
John, Pelonch, wife of Elbert Aumermann, Benjamin, 
Eleanor, wife of Isaac Vreedenburgh, grandson Thomas, 
son of da. Martha Alienor, five children of son Vincent. 
'* Worldly estate." Executors sons Peter, John and Ben- 
jamin and son-in-law Morris Earl. Witnesses Robert 
Manley, of N. Y. City, coachmaker, Wm. W. Gilbert and 
David Shaddel. Copy. 



ii8o(M72) 

1774 
July 21 

1782 

Septbr. 30 



MASTEN, J oh 111 of Shawengunk Prect., Ulster 
Co. Wife Marytie, sons Matthew, Comelis, Art, Ezekiel, 
Johannis, Abraham, daughters Elisabeth, wife of Johan- 
nes Roos, Jatie, wife of Johannis Weller, and Mary, wife 
of Philipp Rank. Real and personal property. Execu- 
tors bro. Ezekiel Masten of Kingston and sons Ezekiel 
and Cornelis. Witnesses Johannes Bevier, Cornelis ter 
Willgen and Johs. Hardenbergh jun., farmers. 



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"'!iJf "^^^ McCOBB, James, of Handover Prect, Ulster Co., 

lone 23 merchant. Wife Jane, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, and 

&ptbr. X9 j^^g^ j^jjjg3 McClaghry jun., father William McCobb in 

Ireland, Samuel, son of John Finley, George, son of 
Alexr. Trimble, James Latta, trustees James Wilkin and 
Thomas Beatty of the new Wallkil meeting house, father- 
in-law Patrick McClaghry. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, George Clinton and James Barkley. 
Witnesses Robt. McCuchan, Andrew Willson and James 
McClaghry, yeomen. 

"•^(JJW) MESICK, Jacob, of Claverack, Albany Co.. yeo- 

PeDj. 5 man. Wife Cathariena, sons Hendrick, John or Johannis, 

jSu^'i Peter, Jacob, da. Cathariena. Real and personal estate. 

Executors sons Hendrick, Johannis and Peter. Witnesses 

Michel PulfTer, Michel van de Water and David Brow- 

ver, weaver. 

"*3^g7S) MacFARLAND, Jane, late of N. Y. City, now 

6th Day. of Elizabeth Town Raway, Essex Co., Eastern Division 
MiS^i of N. J. Son John MacFarland, Susannah Loverage and 
Susannah Sutten, both of N. Y., widows. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors John Drummon and Alexander 
Oglesbee, both of N. Y. Witnesses Joseph D. Camp of 
Elizabeth Town Raway, surveyor, Hope Moore of the 
same place, physician, both Quakers and Enoch Moore. 
Copy. 

"*i775^^^ MILLER,Abram, of Bedford, Westchester Co., 

Aug. 29 yeoman. Wife Comfort, sons Joseph, Abram and Isaac. 

Ap^ao ^^ ^"^ personal estate. Executors the three sons. 

Witnesses Ezra Wilson of said Co., surgeon, Josiah Miller, 

farmer, and Isaac Holmes. Copy. 



"*f<Jj77) MILLER, James, of Chearlotte Prect., Dutchess 

Apru x2 Co., yeoman. Wife Elezebath, son James, da. Mary 

Auff. 23 Hunt, grandson Willem Baerd. Real and personal 

property. Executor the wife. Witnesses Lewis Barton, 

James Hall of said Co., wheelwright, and Kezia Hall. 



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271 



1186 (M 78) 



«775 
icbr. 



Dtcbr. 30 

1776 
Janj. 17 



MERRITT, Cabrieli of New Marlborough Prect., 
Ulster Co. Brothers Caleb, David and Josiah heirs and 
executors of real and personal estate. Witnesses Isaac 
Brown, surgeon, Mary Merritt, spinster, and Leonard 
Smith of Newburgh, yeoman. 



ii87(M79) 

1770 
March 2 



MANDAVIL, Francis, of New Windsor, Ulster 
Co., blacksmith. Wife Mary, children David, Martha, 
Comeliouse, John, Jacob and Frances. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife and sons David, Comeli- 
ouse and John. Witnesses John Nicoll, Samuel Arthur 
of said Co., miller, and Leonard D. Nicoll. Proved in 
Dutchess Co. 



ii88(M8o) 

1776 
April 26 

1779 
Octbr. 29 



MOORS, Johannes, of Dutchess Co., yeoman. 
Wife Elisabeth, son Philipp and other children, not 
named. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 
son Philipp and William Bitcersen. Witnesses Zacharius 
Hoffman, Volkert Witbek and Adam Segendorpfs of 
Albany Co., yeoman. 



X189 (M 81) 

1777 
Octbr. 5 

1778 
June 13 



MILLER, Garrett, of Smiths Clove, Cornwall 

Precinct, Orange Co. Wife , children Joshua, Mary, 

Elizabeth, Garret, Nathan, Sarah, Samuel, Ann, Hamp- 
ton and Jeremiah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and Nathaniel Seely. Witnesses John Fell, 
Benjamin Goldsmith and Abram Skinner. 



ii90(M 82) 

1777 
Scptbr. 14 

1779 
Jany. 30 



MILLERi Adam, of Cornwall Prect., Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Abigail apparently second wife, sons 
Philipp, John, da. Elizabeth McGown, grandda. Lydia 
McGown. Real and personal estate. Executors James 
Peters of Orange Co., esquire, and John Harris of Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Witnesses Oliver Peterson, Thomas Moffat 
of Orange Co., esquire, and George Felmore. 



272 



Calendar of Wills. 



1 191 (M83) 
1778 

May 12 

1780 
June 2g 



MILLS, Timothy, of New Windsor Prcct, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Margaret, sons John, Daniel, Jona- 
than, daughters Anah, wife of Nathan Serjeant, and 
Johannah. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife and Col. Thomas Palmer. Witnesses Thomas Neeley 
jun., Thomas Palmer, both of said Co., yeomen, and James 
Smiley. 



ii92(M84) 

1778 

Jany. 12 

1785 
March 10 



M U LFO R D, David, of Rhynbeek Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Phebe, sons David, Job and other 
children, not named. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife, son Job and Ananias Cooper. Witnesses 
Jno. Younglove and John Brown. 



1193 (M 85) 

« «779 
Septbr. I 

1783 

Decbr. 2 



MOUNTGOMERY, William, late of New York 

City, now of Newindsor Prect., Ulster Co. Friend Mar- 
garet, da. of Samuel Mountgomery of Armagh, Ireland, 
merchant, cousin William, son of John Mountgomery, 
brothers Joseph, John, James and Robert Mountgomery, 
Mrs. Agnes Lightbody and da. Elizabeth. Personal 
estate. Executors brothers James and Robert. Wit- 
nesses William Edmonston of New Windsor and Gabriel 
Lightbody of Cornwall, yeoman. Copy. 



1194 (M 86) 

1779 

Jnneaa 

1781 
Octpr. 4 



MORRIS, John, of Rhynbeek Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Sons Jacobus, John, Abraham and Isaac, 
da. Annatje, wife of Johannis B. van Vredenburgh. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the four sons. Wit- 
nesses Peter Westfall, John Wels jun., both of Dutchess 
Co., yeomen, and Zacharius Weydman. 



1195 (M 87) 

1780 

May 19 

1781 
April II 



McCALLUM (McCalm), John, of Amenia 

Prect. Peter Gilchrist of Woodbury, Count., sole heir 
and executor of "all my estate." Witnesses Job Mead, 
captain, and King Mead, yeoman, both of Amenia Prect. 



Calendar of Wills. 



273 



XX96(M88) 

1780 

Decbr. 

2786 

All|r, 23 



XX97(M89) 

X783 
May 27 

X786 
Septbr. 15 



XX98(M 90) 

1782 

NoTbr. 3 

I7«3 
April 10 



MASTEN, Benjamin, of Kingston, Ulster Co., 
weaver. Wife Mariea, sons Johannis, Benjamin, Cor- 
nelius, daughters Mariea, wife of Cornelius Tack jun., 
Cattriena, wife of Jeremiah Dubois, Margriet and Eliza- 
beth, wife of Cornelius Persen. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the three sons. Witnesses Tobyas van Sten- 
brgh jun., Abraham Elmendorph and Johs. Snyder. 

MULLER, Killian, of Claverack, Albany Co. 
Children John, Hellitie, Cornelius, Joakim, grandchildren 
Jenny Hogeboom, Mary Hogeboom, son-in-law Stephen 
Hogeboom. Real and personal estate. Jacobus, son 
of Johannes Hogeboom, and Hendrick MuUer guardians 
of son Cornelius. Executors son Joakim and son-in-law 
Stephen Hogeboom. Witnesses John Bay, counsellor at 
law, David CuUey and Thomas Williams jun. 

MOOR, James, of Great White Creek, N. Y. 
Wife Margaret, who has son Thomas and da. Christian 
Harvy ; sons David, James, Hugh Moor, daughters Jane 
and Isbell, grandda. Nancy, da. of son Hugh Moor. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and son 
James Moor. Witnesses John McMuUen of Charlotte Co., 
farmer, John Williams, John Connor and Hugh Martin. 
Codicil of same day appoints John McMuUin guardian of 
da. Isabell. Same witnesses. Proved in Charlotte Co. 



xi99(M9x) 

1782 
April 24 

1782 
Septbr. 13 



MEYER, Abraham, of Newhemstead, Orange Co. 
Wife Margeret, children Jacobus, Charity, Annatje, Sarah, 
Elisabeth, Marya, Grytye, Altie and Hyllitie. Real and 
personal estate. Executors brothers Isaac and John 
Meyer. Witnesses Abraham Blauvelt of Haverstraw 
Prect., Abraham D. Haring and Harmanus Blauvelt. 



1200 (M 92) 

1782 

Joly 26 

1783 
NoTbr. 7 



MESiCK, Thomas, of Claverack, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Mary, children Hendrick, Fite, Johannes, 
Catharina, Rosiena, a widow, Mary, Thomas and Eliza- 
beth. Real and personal estate. Executors sons Ftte 



18 



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Calendar of Wills. 



and Johannis. Witnesses Dirck van der Kar, Abraham 
Brower^ farmers, and David Brouwer. 



xaox (M 93) 

1782 
Septbr, aa 

1784 
Pebry. xo 



MABIE, CasparUS, of Orange Town or Tappan, 
Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Willempje, sons Cornelius, 
Peter, Abraham, daughters Mary, Cathaline, Catharine, 
Margaret and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Peter and son-in-law Johannis Bogert. 
Witnesses Jacobus Da. Blauvelt, John Johnston, and 
John Haring of Orange Co., esquire. 



xaoa (M 94) 

1782 
March 7 

1784 
June as 



MUZ ELI US, FredericUS, of Orange Town, 
Orange Co. Doctor Gardner Jones and Joost Mabee, 
heirs and executors of real and personal estate in Amer- 
ica, Europe and elsewhere. Witnesses Cornelius C. 
Roosevelt of N. Y. City, merchant, Joseph Withten and 
Anthony Polishie. 



iao3 (M 95) 
Septbr. 20 



MONCRIEFFE, Thomas, Major of Brigade in 
H. M. Army in N. A., now at New York. Sons Edward 
Cornwallis and Thomas Barclay Moncrieff e, brother Rich- 
ard Moncrieffe of Dublin. Land in Nova Scotia and 
elsewhere; personal property. Executors bro. Richard 
and bro.-in-law Augustus van Cortlandt. Witnesses Mar- 
garet Jay, Charlotte Amelia Bayley and Fred. Jay. En- 
dorsed " Not proved." 



1204 (M 96) 

1783 
March xa 

Jane ax 



MATHEWS, Vincent, of Mathewsfield, Cornwall 
Prect., Orange Co., esquire. Children Fletcher, James, 
Bridget Jones, Elizabeth Beekman, children of son David. 
Wife's name was Elizabeth, first wife was Catalina Abeel. 
Land in Westenhook Patent, do. in Connecticut and 
"elsewhere"; personal property. Executors son James 
and son-in-law Theophilus Beekman. Witnesses William 
Hudson, Richard Goldsmith and Thomas Moffat. 



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"®5^^97) MASTEN, Aart, of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess 
Aiir.39 Co., yeoman. Wife , sons Jacobus, Samuel, Jerc- 

OcJlr II n^iah, Abraham, Peter, John, daughter Maria, wife of 
Johannis van Aken, Geertje, Elizabeth, wife of Gidion 
van Aken, Anateje, wife of John Cammel, grandchildren 
Mary, Marretje and Elizabeth, daughters of son Dirck. 
" Worldly estate." Executors Dirck van Vliet, Abraham 
Freligh and son Samuel. Witnesses Johannes Freligh, 
Moses Powell and Abrm. Freligh of Dutchess Co., farmer. 

1206 (M 98) McKINLEY, Nathaniel, of Hurley, formerly of 

April 5 N. Y. City, tailor. Wife Rebecca, children Catharine, 
Iany^i7 ^^^^ ^^ Alexander Crooksank, Jane, Elizabeth, Sarah and 
Mary. House and lot in N. Y. City, land in Bamp Pa- 
tent ; personal property. Executors the wife, bro. William 
McKinley and son-in-law Alexander Crookshank. Wit- 
nesses Garrit Harsin, baker, John Newkerk, gentleman, 
both of N. Y. City and Huybert Ostrander. 

iao7(M99) MERCKEL, Nicolas, of Shoharry, Albany Co, 

April 4 Nephews and nieces Nicholaus, son of brother Johannis 
Aog. 4 Merckel, " my Lovely " Maria, da. of bro. Henry 
Mcrckel, Jabob, son of bro.-in-law Willem Sittnich, 
Nicholaus, son of bro.-in-law Christian Richtmeyer, 
children of bro. Peter, vizt. Cathrine and Jacob, sister 
Barbel, wife of Christian Sandt, sister Elizabeth, wife 
of Christian Richtmeyer, Lissaketh, wife of Willem Sitt- 
nich. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers- 
in-law Christian Richtmeyer and Willem Sittnich. Wit- 
nesses Ludwig Bremer, yeoman, Lawrence Schoolcraft 
and George T. Reinhardt, schoolmaster. 

x2o8 (M 100) McCU RDY, Archibald, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 
1785 
April 29 Co. Wife Margret, son Archibald, da. Agnes, wife of Wm. 

M '^ h^i7 Wilson, grandchildren Margrit, Jane and Isabell Wilson. 

Real and personal estate. Executors sons Archibald, Capt. 

Samll. Watkins and Samll. Crawford. Witnesses Ino. Mc- 

Camly, Daniel Buttcrfield and DavidCrawford, all yeomen. 



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iao9 (M xox) 

1785 

March 34 

Octbr. ax 



xaxo (M xoa) 

Septbr. X 
NoTbr. 7 



xaxx (M X03) 

X786 

Decbr. aa 

X787 

Jany.6 



xaxa (M X04) 

X789 

Febry. 9 



Sept 



X700 
ptbr. 7 



xax3 (M X05) 

X79S 
Aug. X7 



xax4 (M X06) 

X763 

June X 



McLEAN, John^ of Montgomery Prect., Ulster 
Co., fanner. Wife Margrett, sons John, Cornelius, Jonas, 
daughters Charity, Sarah, Hannah Sutherland, Piggy 
Lewis, Cathrine Moor and Mary Moor. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife and James Barkley 
jun. Witnesses John Blake, George Smith and Christian 
Rockefeller of said Prect., blacksmith. 

MUNNEU Hannah, of New Windsor Prect., Ul- 
ster Co. John Munnel, Rosanna Dinnastan, William 
Weare jun., son of Rachel Sparks, and his bro. John, 
sister Mary McCay, George Munnel and his da. Jane, 
Martha Pennear and da. Betsey. Real and personal 
estate. Executors John Robbison, George Harris and 
William Jackson. Witnesses Benjamin Smith, Catherine 
Smith and Leonard D. Nicoll, yeoman. 

MILLER, Jacobus, of Montgomery Prect., Ulster 
Co. Wife Mary, sons James and George, daughters 
Sarah, Susannah Watson, Jemima and M<iry. Real and 
personal estate. Executor not named. Witnesses James 
Fitzgerald, Johannts Fetter and Philipp Crist. 

MATTISON, Aaron, Sergeant 1st U. S. Regt., 
General Harmars. Brother Joseph Mattison. Personal 
property. Executor Wm. Price. Witnesses Henry Bur- 
beck, John Peirce, Lieut, in Capt. Burbecks Artillery 
Comp., and W. Moore. 

MAUNSELL, John, Major General in H. M. 
Army, now in N. Y. City. Codicil to last will of Aug. 2, 
1790, giving to wife Elizabeth real estate at Harlem, Out 
Ward, N. Y. City. Witnesses Hugh Gaine, Philipp ten 
Eyck and Charles Watkins. 

McN E I L, Donald, Lieut. ;8th Regt., letters of ad- 
ministration on the estate of, granted to David Shaw of 
N, Y, City, merchant. 



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iai4a 

X774 
May a 

Octbr. a 



xai5 

1786 

Septbr. 30 

1787 
April 30 



xai6 
1781 

Octbr. 6 
X78a 

Ma7a7 



iax7 

X781 
March 6 

1788 
NoTDr. 28 



xai8 

1792 

Septbr. ao 

March 19 
French 



MOHR (Moyr), Philipp Hendricksen, of 

Rynbeek Precinct, Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Ariel» 
sons Philipp, Christian, Petrus, John, Jacob, Nicholas^ 
Andries, da. Catherine. Real and personal property. 
Executors sons Philipp, Petrus and John. Witnesses 
Johannes Klum, farmer, Johannes Miller and Philipp I. 
Livingston. Seal. In Index of Court of Appeals mis- 
placed under H. 76. 

MORTIER, Martha, widow of Abraham, of N. Y. 
City, esquire. Grandda. Elizabeth, wife of William 
Jephson, who has son William Henry, da. Elizabeth Ban- 
yer and children, vizt. Martha, Hariot and Goldsborough 
Banyar. Real and personal estate. Executors Gabriel 
William Ludlow, John Thurman, Captain Anthony Rut- 
gers and Daniel McConnick, all of N. Y. City. Witnesses 
John Kelley, csqre., Hugh McClellan and J. van Bent- 
huysen. Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. 135. 

MOORE, Michael, of New York. Wife Caty, 
children Michael, Samuel and Jacob, a daughter. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Michael Moore, Jacob 
Moore and Caty Moore. Witnesses Benjamin Huggetti 
grocer, John Devine, cordwainer, both of N. Y. City and 
John Hardenbergh. Recorded ut supra, p. 189. 

McCLELLAR, William, at present in N. Y. 
City. Mother Margaret Wallace, brother James Wallace, 
children of sister Mary, wife of Alexander Norris of Glas- 
gow, Michael Wallace, John Wallace and William Max- 
well. Personal property. Executors Michael Wallace, 
John Wallace and William Maxwell. Witnesses Alexr. 
Telfair, David Telfair and Wm. Maxwell jun. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 199. 

MASSON, Franpois, at present in N. Y. De- 
clares, that he married Miss Marie Therese Legrettier, of 
the Parish of St. Rose de Laugane, Island of St. Domingo, 
in the Parish of Clery near Orleans, Jany 10, 1771, and 



278 



Calendar of Wills. 



xaxp 

1762 

Febry. x 

»79S 
Aug. 19 



xaao 

Octbr. X7 
Decbr. a 



has children Desir^, Florinand, Edward, Johannes, Charles 
and Therese; Miss Doiz6, the children's nurse. Sugar 
Plantation at Laugane, coffee plantation at La Montagne 
de Rocheloin, Parish of St. Michael du Fond des Negres, 
personal estate. Executors Messrs. Commarque and Bari- 
chereau, merchants at the Cape, with Messrs. Sheridan, 
Fitzgerald and Co. merchants, Henry Goguet and Mr. 
Hamory, merchant at Miregoane as advisory committee. 
No witnesses. Will proved by the testimony of Jean 
Louis Jauvin as to handwriting. Recorded ut supra, p. 
388. 

MANN, John, of N. Y. City cordwainer. Wife 
Ann, children John, James, Ann, wife of Abraham Wil- 
son, Elizabeth and Sarah. Real and personal estate. 
Executrix da. Ann. Witnesses Josiah Bagley, Samuel 
Lester and Vincent Tilyou of N. Y. City, turner. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 487. 

M O N E Y, J oh n , of N. Y. City, ropemaker. Mother. 
Personal property. Executor Nicholas Devcnport ; pro- 
ceeds to be sent to mother by John Fitzsimons. Wit- 
nesses Nicholas Devenport, painter, John Fitzsimons, 
blacksmith, both of N. Y. City and Rachel Devenport. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 524. 



xaax 

1795 
May aa 

X796 

March 7 



MELCHER, Jacob, of Philadelphia, Penna. 
''Amiable little friend," Mrs. Theresa Waters, late of 
Greenwich Co., N. J., John Hide of N. Y. City, sister 
Maria Hasenclever. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the sister Maria Hasenclever and John Hide. Witnesses 
John Tice and Caty Tice. Recorded ut supra, p. 534. 



laaa 

1796 

March 17 



MOWATT, Ceorge, of N. Y. City, letters of 
administration on the estate of, granted to Lawrence 
Yates and Alexander Thompson, executors named in his 
testamentary codicil, which leaves legacies to George, 
son of Professor John Stuart of Mareschal College, Aber- 



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279 



} 



1223 
1796 

one 7 
0172 



X224 

1796 

Jany. 15 
JiUy29 



X225 

1798 

Septbr. 28 

Octbr. 13 

Frencb 



1226 
Decbr. 10 



Dee 



1796 
cbr. 13 



X227 

1797 

Octbr. 29 

Octbr. ^o 

French 



decn, to Margaret, wife of said Professor, to Marjory, 
wife of Rev. Alexander Peters of Logic and Pert, County 
of Angus, North Britain. Recorded ut supra, p. 539. 

McMAUNiS, Peter. Mother Anna van Home, 
brother John McMaunis, sister Mary Pryor. Personal 
effects. William Stephens executor. Witnesses William 
Stevens, John McCornell and Jesse WoodhuU. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 542. 

MAUCUEN, Matthieu le, at present of N. Y. 
City. Mother and sister. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutor James Dupuy. Witnesses John H. Remsen of 
N. Y. City esquire, de SeuUe, Hilaire Gaubert and John 
Jukes. Recorded ut supra, p. 557. 

MANET, Jean Baptiste Nadaud, native of 

Limoges, France, about 23 years old, son of Jacques 
Nadaud and Marie Rose Manet, resident of the Island of 
St. Domingo. Legal heirs Uncle Manet. " My property 
and goods of whatever kind." Executor Hilaire Gobert, 
M.D. Witnesses Joseph Marcddier, Francois Laurence 
and Baptiste Vieusse. Recorded ut supra, p. 603. 

MARSH, Hannah, widow of , sailor on board 

the Falkand^ Sir Francis Drake commander. Richard B. 
Marsh, Mary Darrell, Samuel, Jane and William Riley, 
Margaret, widow of William Riley. Personal effects. 
Witnesses John Burt of N. Y. City and Simon Swart- 
wout. Recorded ut supra, Vol. H., p. 6. 

MARES, Jean, of St. Marc, Island of St. Domingo, 
now in N. Y. City. Brother Jean Paul Mar6s of Phil- 
adelphia, Penna., Jean Paul Mary, natural son of Margue- 
rite Mary, sister Catherine Mar^s. Real and personal 
estate. Executor Jean Baptiste Bacqu6. Witnesses P. 
Maurin, Julicn Veron and Reiner John van den Broch, 
Not. Public. Recorded ut supra, p. 47. 



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2228 
1796 

March a8 



Decor. 



^9 



McLEOD, William, of N. Y. City, mariner and 
mate of the schooner Dispatch. Wife Margaret sole heir- 
ess and with John R. Harrington executor of real and 
personal estate. Witnesses, John Anderson, mariner and 
Edward Dodsworth. Recorded ut supra, p. 62. 



xaao 



1798 

NoTDr. xa 

NoTbr. a3 



xajo 

1799 
Jany. 18 
r ebry. x8 



xajx 

1798 
May 32 

X799 
April xa 



X23a 

Jany. 8 
Septbr. zx 



xaja 
X784 

Novbr. 

Decbr, 



:X 



M U R Fi N y Anglei late mariner of the brig Porcupine, 
Captain Butler. Capt. William Lowndes of N. Y. City 
sole heir and executor of " my estate." Witnesses Philipp 
Parison, of N. Y. City, miniature painter and Ann Black. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 86. 

McKAY, Jane, widow of James, of N. Y. City. 
Son-in-law Robert Patterson, son George McKay, grand- 
son James McKay, grandda. Alexie, da. Jane Patterson. 
Personal property. Robert Patterson executor. Wit- 
nesses Peter Ogilvie and James Riker of N. Y. City, gen- 
tleman. Recorded ut supra, p. 169. 

MILLS, Hannah, of Elizabeth Town, N.J. Sister 
Mary Halstead, brothers John Reading Mills, Isaac Mills, 
William Mills and Thaddeus Mills. Real and personal 
estate. Executors bro. Thaddeus Mills and sister Mary 
Halstead. Witnesses Daniel Comstock, Jonas Mills jun., 
and Hannah WoodhuU. Proved in N. Y. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 189. 

MURCiTTROYD, Samuel, of N. Y. City, gro- 

cer. Wife Esther sole heiress and executrix of real and 
personal estate. Witnesses Andrew Bowne of said City, 
shopkeeper, and Ann Letson. Recorded ut supra, Vol. 
III., p. 19. 

McNACHTANE, John, of the Port of N. Y., 

mariner. Wife Cornelia sole heiress and executrix of 
real and personal estate. Witnesses Dirck Lefferts, 
merchant, James J. Beekman, Sarah J. Beekman. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 41. 



Calendar of Wills. 281 



"3J M ARSTON, Nathaniel, of N. Y. City, merchant. 

Fcbry. 8 Da.-in-law Ann, wife of Augustus van Home, Stephen 
Sept?n la Kibble, daughter Margaret Ogilvie and her sons Nathan- 
iel, Frederick and Adolf Philippse, sons Johns Marston, 
Thomas Marston, who has son Nathaniel, grandson Na- 
thaniel, son of John, granddaughters Frances and Mary, 
daughters of dec*d son Nathaniel, sisters Mary Marston 
and Ann Grant. Prospect Farm on Horns Hook, lot in 
Kings Street, h. and 1. in Hanover Square and other real 
estate in N. Y. City, personal property (plate). Execu- 
tors sons Thomas and John. Witnesses Jas. Jauncey of 
N. Y. City, gentleman. Evert Bancker and Zacharias 
Sickels. Codicil of Septbr. 12, 1778, gives legacy to the 
Episcopal Church in N. Y. for the use of the Charity 
School and adds Thomas and John, sons of son John to 
legatees. Witnesses Beverley Robinson, Robert R. Wad- 
dell and Samuel Jones. Recorded ut supra, p. 52. 



t?i McLaren, Duncan, of Georgia, mariner, letters 

Febry. 5 of administration on the estate of, granted John McLaren 
of N. Y. City, merchant, a relation of deceased. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 129. 



1^36 MILLER, Burnet, of Stanford Town, Dutchess 

Jane 4 Cd. Wife Lucretia, sons Jason, Guidon, John, Thomas, 
ItM^ii Eieazer, grandson John, son of da. Phebe, daughters 
Mary, Elizabeth, Phebe and Ruth, grandda. Harriet Lu- 
cretia Smith, children of dec'd son Burnet, vizt. Elizabeth, 
Moriah, Marget and Lucretia. Land near Plattsburgh, 
personal property (plate). Executors sons John, Thomas 
and Eleazer. Witnesses Lot Carman, William Carskadan 
and Jonathan Marriot. In certificate of proof testator is 
called as about 70 years old and late of the Town of 
Plattsburgh, Clinton Co. Recorded ut supra, Vol. IV., 
p. I. 



282 



Calendar of Wills. 



"37 

1823 

April 15 
Aug. 6 



X238 

x8z6 

Decbr. xi 

1827 

Ang. 6 



Z229 

Z685 
Aog. 7 
Dutch 



xa40 

Z70Z 

Septbr. z8 

Jany. x6 



1241 (N z) 

Z702 
Octbn 4 



MUiRy John, of Sherburne, Chenango Co. Wife 
Molly, son John, James, David and William, Phylinda 
Goodell, " the young lady, that has lived in my family," 
son Catlin Stockbridge alias Muir. Homefarm, land in 
Hamilton Township, Madison Co., personal property. 
Executor James M. Cassels of Sherburn. Witnesses 
David Muir, Amos Pettit and J. B. Eldridge. Recorded 
ut supra, Vol. V., p. 13. 

McVICKAR, Henry, of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Godson William Henry Constable; brother Edward Corp 
McVickar principal heir and executor of real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Annah McVickar, Hannah Moore and 
Benjamin McVickar. Recorded ut supra, p. 52. 

METSELAER, Teunis Teunissen de, and 

wife Eghbertie Eghberts, of Rensselaerswyck. Children 
Maritje, wife of Harmen Lievesen, Eghbert, Gerritje, 
wife of Andries Hansen, Dirckje, wife of Bastiaen Har- 
mansen, Willemtie, 23 years old, Anna, 21 yrs., Mar- 
tin, 19 yrs. Real and personal estate. The survivor 
executor. Witnesses Cornelis van Dyck and Myndert 
Harmensen. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 6. 

MYNDERS, Johannis, of Albany City, black- 
smith. Wife Maria, children Elizabeth, Frederick and 
Rachel. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers 
Abraham and Marte Mynders. Witnesses Isaac Bogert, 
carpenter, Gerrit G. van den Bergh, and J. Roorbach, 
schoolmaster, all of Albany City. Albany Co. Recoids, 
Wills, L, part 2, p. 28. 

NOELL, Thomas, of N. Y. City. Wife Hannah, 
sons Noah Noell and Richard Hall. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, Ripp van Dam and Capt. 
Lawrence Read. Witnesses Arent Schuyler, James Spen- 
cer, James Wright and Wm. Huddleston. Copy made 
Novbr. 14, 1770. 



Calendar of Wills. 



283 



1343 (N 2) 

171S 
May I 



NORTON, George, of N. Y. City, butcher. Wife 
Margaret, Edward Pennant, da. of Mrs. Skellen, Mrs. 
Stoaks. Personal property. Executor Captain Ebenezer 
Wilson. Witnesses Will. Bradford, Elie Pelletreau and 
Will Anderson. Copy. 



1243 (N 3) 
1724 

Septbr. 30 
Datch 



NEWKERK, Gerrit, of Ulster Co. Wife Grietje 
ten Eyck, children Jannetje, Cornelius, Matheus, Benja- 
min and Coenraat. " My whole estate." Executors Cor- 
nelius Wynkoop and Timothy Louw. Witnesses Gerrit 
Nukerk jun., Jaco: Elmendorph, Samuel Burhans and 
Gert. van Wagenen. 



"44 (N 4) 

Decbr. 7 

1730-1 

March 8 



NOTTINGHAM, William, of Marbletown, Ul- 
ster Co. Wife Margaret, sons Stephen, Thomas and 
William, daughters Mary, wife of Egbert de Witt, Eliza- 
beth, wife of Marten de Lametter, Bridget, Ann and 
Catherine, sister Ann Garton. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, sons Stephen and Thomas, and the 
two sons-in-law. Witnesses Joris Middagh, Johannis de 
Witt, Abraham Post and Richard Pick. 



"45 (N s) 

1746 

Aug. a 

1747 
July I 



NORTHRUP, Moses, of Beekmansberry, Dutch- 
ess Co., yeoman. Wife Abigail, daughters Sarah, Abigail 
Caulkings, sons Moses, Amos, Joseph, Benjamin and 
Cornwall. Real and personal estate. Executor son 
Moses. Witnesses James Brown, Richard Olmsted and 
Saml. Lobdell. 



X246 (N 6) 

« '756 
Septbr. 17 
Decbr. zo 



NEELY, Robert, of Neely Town, Ulster Co. 
Wife Isabell, children Addam, William, David, Matthew 
and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and brothers William and John Neely. Witnesses 
Isaac Hodge of N. Y. City, shopkeeper, John Thompson 
and John Monell. 



284 Calendar of Wills. 



"47(N7) NiCOLU Benjamin, of N. Y. City. Wife , 

Apm 15 son Edward and apparently other children not named. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Honble. 
John Chambers, William NicoU of Shelter Island, John 
Watts and William NicoU jun. Witnesses David Mat- 
thews, Cary Ludlow and D. Isaac Browne. Copy. 



xa48 (N 8) NEWMAN, Thomas, of Ceacat (Kakiat), Orange 

M%j 5 Co., yeoman. Wife Philey, brothers Jeremiah Newman 

NoTbr. 15 ^f North Castle, Westchester Co., Daniel of the same 

place, Steven of Kakiat, sisters Hannah Warring of Bed- 
ford, Westchester Co., Rebeccah Brown of Stamford, 
Fairfield Co., Connt. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors John Rider of Ceacat and Charles Smith of Stamford. 
Witnesses Rem Remsen, Jacob Polhemus of Orange Co., 
farmer, and Johannis Tromper. 



'^17^?* NELSON, John, of N. Y. City, at present in 

Ang^. as Philadelphia, mariner. Mother Frances, sisters Sarah 
Aug. 27 j^j^j Margaret. " Estate." Executors John Sears sen. 
and John Sears jun. Witnesses Paul Isaac Voto, Thomas 
Clarke and Esther Sayre. The executors named being 
out of the Province Francis Wade of Philadelphia, mer- 
chant, husband of testator's sister Sara is made adminis- 
trator April 2, 1763. Copy. 



xa5o(Nxo) NEWKERCK, Corneles, of Fishkil, Dutchess 

NoFbrTso Co. Wife Maria, sisters Annatie Cutler, Janitia van 
«7^ Etten, Engeltie Rickman and Cornelia van Kuren, 

nephew Abraham, son of John Heeremanse. Real and 
personal estate, including a legacy from Uncle Hendrick 
Kip, payable after the death of Aunt Jacomintie, wife of 
Captain Peter Duboyce. Executors the wife, William 
Humfrey, Nathaniel Sackett and John Cooper. Wit- 
nesses Abraham Heermans, Simon ter Bush and Isaac 
ter Bush. 



Calendar of Wills. 



28s 



lasx (N XX) 

X769 
Norbr. 5 

1770 
Norbr. 7 



NEELY, William, of Wallkil Prcct., Ulster Co., 

Captain. Wife , da. Sarah, Martha, wife of Benj. 

Hains, who has children John, William and Elizabeth 
Hains, Elizabeth Harlow, grandchildren William, Henry 
and Elizabeth Harrold, son William Neely. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son William and James Mc- 
Cobb of said Precinct, merchant. Witnesses William 
Young, William Stewart and Thomas Neely. 



xa53 (N xa) 

«774 
Septbr. 26 

Fcbry. X7 



NOBLE, James, of Mamicoten Prect., Ulster Co. 
Wife Margaret, da. Mary, grandchildren vizt : James, son 
of John Crage, Stephen, son of Benjamin Homans and 
Jenat, da. of John McKinstry. Personal property. Ex- 
ecutors John Crage and James Monell. Witnesses George 
Monell, David Monnell of Hanover Prect., schoolmaster, 
and Robert Henderson. 



"S3 (N X3) 

April xo 
May 4 



X2S4 (N X4) 

X776 
Septbr. 6 

X778 
Aog. 25 



NEATE, William, of London, merchant. Wife 
Christiana, daughters Christiana, wife of Henry Chap- 
man, Mary, Jemima and Phyllis, grandson William Neate 
Chapman, niece Mary Evans, bro.-in-law Henry Appleton 
and wife Susannah, who have children John and Susan- 
nah, bro.-in-law Thomas Shirley and wife Martha, John 
Prothero, clerks William Groile arid Michael Touray, 
Samuel Stapleton of Wandsworth. Real and personal 
effects. Executors John Piatt sen. of Comhill, London, 
linendraper, bro.-inJaw Henry Appleton, Sampson Wright 
of Northumberland Str. in the Strand esquire, son-in-law 
Henry Chapman and John Prothero. Witnesses Jas. 
Hutchinson, Edward Middlecott and Francis Knight. 
Proved in England. 

NOTTINGHAM, Stephen. WifeNealtie. Real 
and personal estate. Executors John Cantine and Wil- 
liam Pick. Witnesses Jacob Keatter of Marbletown, 
farmer, Frederick Markle of the same place, weaver, and 
Frederick F. Markle. 



286 Calendar of Wills. 



"SyN 15) N ELSON, Reuben, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 

April 30 Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, sons Francis and Reuben 

Oct2rr2a ^** ^^ughters Zeba, wife of Smith Rowland, Susannah, 

wife of Henry Neely, Mary, Ann and Elizabeth. Real 

and personal property. Executors the wife and sons. 

Witnesses P. D. Witt, John Pauling of said Co., farmer, 

and Albartus Sickner. 



ias6(Nx6) NICOLL, John, of New Windsor Prect., Ulster 
Septbr. XX Co., esquire. Wife Hannah, sons John Dowden, Leon- 
Aprifa^ ^^^ William, Abimael Youngs, daughter Frances. Real 
and personal estate (a silver tankard). Executors the 
wife, his Excellency George Clinton and John McKesson, 
attorney at law. Witnesses John Cochran of N. Y. City, 
physician, John Barton and Isaac Mills. 



xas7(Ni7) NEELY, John, of Hanover Prect., Ulster Co. 

XyoX 

March a6 Daughters Sarah, wife of James Wilkens, Mary, who is 
Aug. X7 expected to become w. of Andrew Willson, nephew 
Samuel, son of bro. Matthew Neely. Real and personal 
estate. Executors da. Mary and Andrew Willson. Wit- 
nesses Alexander Trimble, John Trimble, farmer, and 
Patrick Barber, esquire. At date of swearing in the 
executors Mary is the wife of A. Willson. 



"S8(Nx8) NEWKERK, Gornelius, of Rochester, Ulster 

Decor, xa Co. Sons Gerret, Jacob, Matthew, Benjamin and Isaac, 
Fcbry?x4 daughters Margrieth, Jannetje and Jacobmyntje, chil- 
dren of dec'd da. Cathrina, wife of John E. de Witt, vizt. 
Neeltje, Margrieth, Maria and Leah. Land in Rochester 
Township, personal estate. Executors sons Gerret, Mat- 
thew and Benjamin and Andries de Witt. Witnesses 
John Brodhead, Peter Contine of said Township, farmers, 
and Andries de Witt. 



Calendar of Wills. 



287 



1259 (N 19) 
1785 

1787 
Marcny 



NEELY, Thomas, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 
Wife Margaret, daughters Rebecca, Jean and Alener, sons 
Thomas, John and Daniel, da. Margaret. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, son John and John 
Monell. Witnesses Thomas Borland, yeoman, and Charles 
Borland. 



1360 (N ao) 
Octbr. 32 
Fcbry. 3 



NELSON, Theophilus, of Charlotte Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Mary, children Stephen, Joshua, 
Sarah, wife of Gilbert Williams jun., Mary, Charles, 
Theophilus, David, George and Catherine. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, sons Charles and John 
D. Witt jun. Witnesses Rachel van Dyck, Francis 
Williams of Clinton Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman, and 
J no. DWitt jun. 



X36x (K ax) 

Febry. xa 
June X3 



NiCOLL, Hannah, widow of John, of New Wind- 
sor, Ulster Co. Sons Abimail, John Dowden, Leonard 
William, da. Frances. Personal property (a silver bowl, a 
do. teapot, six do. table and 12 do. teaspoons, a pair of 
stiver tea tongs, a silver pepper box, a do. salt cellar, gold 
sleeve buttons). Executors Henry Wisner jun., Jeremiah 
Clark and Leonard D. Nicoll. Witnesses Abimail Youngs 
of said Co., yeoman, Mary Chandler and Sarah Case, 
widow, both of Orange Co. Supra, No. 1256. 



xa6a (N aa) 

1786 

March 17 

May3X 



NEELY, Samuel, of the Oblong, Dutchess Co. 
Aged mother Ginnet McMullen,sons Elexander and John, 
daughters Anna, Ginnet, Mary, and Rachel ; bro. William 
Necly to be supported agreeable to contract made be- 
tween Samuel Neely and Elexander McMullen in 1774, 
William being dumb and non compos mentis. " Worldly 
estate.** Executors John Buttolph, David Lawrance and 
Silas Roe. Witnesses Hezekiah Buttolph of said Co., 
farmer, Ebcnezer Knap and Josiah Knap. 



288 



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1263 
1792 

Octbr. 5 
Novbr. 30 



NICOLS, William, of Hartford, Connt. Natural 
and adopted son William Nicols, sisters Mary Nicols, Caty 
Nicols, Sarah Jeffery. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors John Dodd and John Porter. Witnesses Zebulon 
Seamour, Richard Skinner and Joseph W. Seamour. 
Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. 458. 



1264 

1798 

July 6 

Feorjr. 2 



NELSON, Abraham, now of N. Y. City. Daugh- 
ter Martha, John Nelson of N. Y. City, physician. Land 
in a tract called Williamsburgh, on N. W. side of Alle- 
gheny River, in Westmoreland Co., Penna., personal 
property. Executors William Dunlap, merchant, and 
John Wells, attorney-at-law, both of N. Y. City. Wit- 
nesses Bezaliel Howe, Daniel D. Walters and John H. 
Field. Recorded ut supra, Vol. II., p. 171. 



1265 

1786 
NoTbr. 22 
Dccbr. 12 



NASH, Abner, of North Carolina. Da. Margaret, 
wife of Thomas Haslin, son Abner, da. Justina, children 
of " my present wife." Land on Tar River, do. on West 
side of Apalacian Mts., personal property. Honble. Wil- 
liam Blount, guardian of son Abner. Executors Jacob 
Blount senior, Alfred Moore, Thomas Pearson and Wil- 
liam Blount. Witnesses John Cochran, Charles McKnight, 
Willie Blount, of N. Ca., student in the College of New 
York. Recorded ut supra. Vol. III., p. 69. 



1266 

1822 
March 2 

1828 
Fcbry. 21 



NORTON, Samuel, of Goshen, Litchfield Co., 
Connt., " advanced in age." Wife Phebe, das. Miranda, 
Diantha, wife of Eiiphaz Bissel, an occasionally intemper- 
ate man, Eunice, widow of Stephen Goodwin, grandson 
Samuel Norton Bissel, grandda, Miranda Goodwin. Land 
in Litchfield Co., do. in Vernon, N. Y., personal property. 
Ashbel Norton, of Vernon, N. Y., trustee for da. Diantha. 
Executors da. Miranda, William Stanley and Lewis M. 
Norton. Witnesses George Stanley, of Goshen aforesaid, 
Clara Stanly and Henry Kimberly. By the certificate of 
proof it appears the heirs are Miranda Norton of Goshen, 



Calendar of Wills. 289 



Eunice Goodwin, Diantha Bissel, Phebe E. Bissel, Henry 
W. Bissel and Eunice C. Bissel, all of Vernon, Oneida 
Co., N. Y. Recorded ut supra, Vol. IV., p. 241. 

ia67 NORTH UP, Remington, of Deerfield, Oneida 

May 9 Co. Sons William, Remington and John, daughters, not 

June 30 named. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 

Stephen and son Remington. Witnesses John Northup, 

Stephen Northup and Isaac Bucklin. Recorded ut supra, 

Vol. v., p. 97. 



1^8 NOORMAN, Jan Jansen, of Albany, and wife 

April 21 Maritic Dirckx. Da. by first husband Dirck Dircksen 
j^j^jj Mayer, vizt : Susanna Dirckx, wife of Barent Albertsen, 
son Dirck Mayer. Real and personal estate. No execu- 
tor named. Witnesses Pieter Ryverdingh, David Schuy- 
ler and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany 
Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 534. 

1269(01) OOTHOUT, Hendrick, of Rensselaerswyck 

Octbr. II Manor, yeoman. Children Volkert, Jan, Jonaes, Doro- 
ADrfl^26 thee, wife of Cornells Boogard, Hendrickie, wife of Isaac 
Boogard, Margrita, wife of Domine Jan van Driesen, 
Annatie, wife of Pieter Wouters Quackenboss, grandson 
Ilendrick, son of son Jan. Real and personal property. 
Executors son Jan and son-in-law Cprnelis Boogard. 
Witnesses Peterus van den Bergh, Cornelys Ouderkerk 
and Rutger Bleecker.. 

1270(02) OOSTERHOUT, Teunis, of Rochester, Ulster 

1730 
June 14 Co., yeoman. Children Jan, Petrus, Engeltie, wife of 

iIhJ^\ Nicolaes Keetcr, Johannes, Henricus, Marytie, wife of 
Matheus Terwilliger, Annatie, wife of Cornelius Hoom- 
beeck, Ariaentie, wife of Harmen Rosenkrans, Arien and 
Kryn, children of dec'd son Aldert, vizt: Jacobus and 
Aldcrt Oosterhout. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors sons Jan, Kryn and Hendricus. Witnesses Jacob de 
Witt, John Schoonmaker and Jacobus Bruyn jun. 

«9 



Fcbry. 2 



290 



Calendar of Wills. 



1271 (O 3) 

J74I 
May 14 

174a 

NOTDf. 24 



OLDFIELD, Joseph, of Goshen Township, 
Orange Co. Sons Joseph, Elias, Augustus, daughters 
Mary Smith, Martha Drake and Easter Holstead. Land 
in Goshen Township and at Jamaica, L. I., personal 
property. Executors son Elias and son-in-law Richard 
Holstead. Witnesses Danll. Denton, Henry Smith and 
Danll. Everett. 



1272 (O 4) 

1757 
May 20 

1766 

March 7 



OCHTERLONY, David, late of Montrose, now 
of Boston, mariner. Wife Thellrin (Catherine) sole heir- 
ess and executrix. Witnesses Saml. Minot, Miriam Tyler 
and Mary Tyler. Proved in Boston. Copy. 



1273 (O 5) 

x75« 
May 7 

June 23 



ONDERDONCK, Abraham, of Orange Co., 

merchant. Son Abraham, cousins Adriaen, son of Andries 
Onderdonck, Captain Gerrit, son of Gerrit Onderdonck, 
Rou Onderdonck. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brothers Captain Andries Onderdonck of Orange Co. and 
Gerrit Onderdonck of said Co., esquire. Witnesses Theo- 
doros Snedeker, Rem Monfoort and Adriaen Onderdonck. 



X274 (0 6) 

1760 
July XI 

1762 
March 9 



O0STERHOUT,Theuni8,of Albany Co. Wife 
Eva, children John, Anna, wife of Eyston Munson, Al- 
letua, wife of Lambert van Alstyn, Marytie and Trintje. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Casparus 
Coneyn and Henry van Rensselaer. Witnesses Jeremias 
ten Broeck, Andries Witbeck, both of Claverack, yeomen, 
and Lowrence Conyne. 



1275 (O 7) 
X76X 

Febry. x6 
March 4 



OWEN, Timothy, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., 

cordwainer. Wife , children Timothy, John, Israel, 

Anning, Moubery, Sarah and Elizabeth (eldest son some- 
times crazy). Real and personal estate. Executors Gir- 
shom Owen, Nathaniel Owen of Ulster Co. and Ebenezer 
Owen of Pochack. Witnesses Abner Brush, John Gale 
and James Little. 



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291 



1376 (O 8) 

,^'^^\ 

June 

1765 
March 28 



OBLENUS, Peter, of New Hempstead and Ka- 
kiate Patent, Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, sons 
Hendrick, John, daughters Sarah, Jonitia and Maria. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Hendrick Oblenus, 
Abraham Stevens and Hendrick Nagel. Witnesses Myn- 
dert Hogenkamp, Jacob Meyer and David Pye of Orange 
Co., clothier. 



1277 (O 9) 
1767 

Octbr. 6 

1768 
Fcbry. 23 



OVERTON, James, of Corwell Prect, Orange 
Co. Wife Mary, son James and other children, not named. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and Curtis 
Colman. Witnesses Thomas Clark, farmer, Daniel Cur- 
tis and Nathaniel Jayne. 



1278 (O 10) 

1769 

May 16 

« *774 
Septbr. 15 



OLIVER, David, of Cornwall Prect, Orange Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, children Thomas, David, Elizabeth Shaw, 
Anne, Sarah and Margareth. Real and personal estate. 
Executors cousin James Oliver of Marvel Town, Ulster 
Co. and Thomas Porter of Orange Co. Witnesses Wm. 
Denn, of Ulster Co., yeoman, Phebe Denn and Daniel 
McCloud. 



1279 (O 11) 

1770 

Aug. 15 

Aofir. 28 



OWENS, George, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, children, sons and daughters, not named. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Thomas 
Sayres and Thomas Wisner. Witnesses David McCamly 
jun., Isaac Sammis and Francis Baird of Orange Co., 
merchant. 



ia8o (O 12) 
1770 

Novbr. 30 
Decbr. 17 



OSBORN, John, of New Hempstead, Orange Co. 
Wife Ann, sons James, John, daughters Hannah, Mary, 
Elizabeth, Phebe, Sarah, Rachel, Martha and Nancy. 
Real and personal property. Executors son James and 
Gilbert Cuyper. Witnesses Caleb Halsted, farmer, Pieter 
Sisiyent, cordwainer, and Dirk Straet, farmer, all of 
Orange Co. 



292 



Calendar of Wills. 



X281 (O 13) 

X771 

April 29 
Septbr. 4 



OOSTERHOUT, Abraham, of Kingston Cor- 
poration, Ulster Co. Catherine, widow of Teunas Ooster- 
houty Marritie, wife of Petrus T. Oosterhout, godchildren 
Cornelius Oosterhout, Abraham Borhans, Marrytie 
Oosterhout, wife of Johannis Meyer, Abraham, of son of 
Johannis Meyer, Abraham, son of Stiphanis Meyer, broth- 
ers Jan, William, Petrus and Hendricus, sisters Anneke, 
widow of Abraham Borhans, Arriantie, wife of Jonetan 
Dubois, Sarah, widow of Johannis Borhans. Real and 
personal estate (a bible). Executors Peterus t. Ooster- 
hout, Tobias Meyer and Benjamin Snyder. Witnesses 
Nicolaes Miller, of Sagerties, Ulster Co., labourer, and 
Benjamin Snyder. 



1282 (O 14) 

Septbr. X 

1784 
April 2 



CUTWATER, Peter, of Rumbouts Prect., 
Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Balitje, grandson Daniel 
Outwater, grandda. Catherine Outwater, wife of Barendt 
van Kleeck. Real and personal estate. Executor grand- 
son Daniel Outwater and grandson-in-law Barendt van 
Kleeck. Witnesses Johannis Schurry, Clement Cornell, 
yeoman, and Anthony Heist. Codicil of May 15, 1777, 
states, that wife Balitje is dead and makes a bequest to 
Peter, son of grandson Daniel. Same witnesses. 



1283 (O 15) 
1775 

Aufir. 30 
1785 

Febry. 26 



OTTO, Franz, of Schohary, Albany Co., yeoman. 
Wife Maria Elizabeth, sons Gotlieb and Franz. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses 
J. Gottlieb Boeckle, Anderes Feinaur, farmers, and 
Johanes N. Lawyer. 



1284 (O 16) 

Decbr. 9 

1776 
March i 



OSTERHOUDT, John Crinse, of Sagerties, 

Ulster Co., carpenter. Sisters Anneke and Margaret, 
half sister Elizabeth, sister Anneke's oldest da. Mary, 
godsons John C. Persen and Samuel, son of Egbert 
Schoonmaker; Peter West, Edward Schoonmaker jun.; 
children of half brothers and sisters. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Edward Schoonmaker jun., William 



Calendar of Wills. 293 



Dederick jun. and John Brink jun., all of Ulster Co. 
Witnesses Cornelius Legg and Andrew van Leuve, both 
of Sagerties, farmers. 

"%75 "^^ OSBORN, Paul, of Dutchess Co., yeoman, Wife 
3d Day Elizabeth, who is blind and has Mary Reynold as com- 
" 1781 panion, cousins Isaac Osborn, Amos Osborn and Stephen 

Aug. 29 Osborn. Real and personal property. Executors Salo- 
mon Height, John Hoag 2d jun. and Abner Hoag, all of 
Dutchess Co., yeomen. Witnesses Aaron Vail, Martha 
Vail, widow, and David Sands. 

"%S'*^ OAKLEY, Thomas, junior, of Goshen Prect., 
June 23 Orange Co., late a soldier in Col. Lambs Regt. of Artil- 
April 30 '^""y* Brothers John, Jeremiah, Augustus, sisters Phebe, 
Marthar, Sarah and Julianah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Uncle William Holly and bro. John Oakley, 
both of Orange Co. Witnesses William Holly jun., 
Samuel Holly and James Hennep. 

"%S'^^ OWEN, Jonathan, of Dutchess Co. Wife Jain, 
Jany. 12 sons Jonathan, Samuel, Israel, Benjamin and Salomon, 
^orj. 23 daughters Abbe and Mary. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and Jesse Owen. Witnesses Joseph 
Bard, Joseph Chase of Dutchess Co., farmer, and Susan- 
nah Mangle. 

"IS OSBORN, Joseph, of Easthampton, Suffolk Co., 

Novbr. 16 yeoman. Son Joseph, grandsons Abraham and Stephi- 
JtSw^K ^^^9 sons of dec'd son Lewis, da.-in-law Prusha Osborn 
and her sons Abraham and Septimus, da. Mary, grand- 
daughters Hannah Dayton and Esther Osborn. Land at 
Easthampton, at Westplain Close, at Orchard Close, 
Norwest plain, personal property. Executors son Joseph 
and bro.-in-law Stephen Hedges. Witnesses Jeremiah 
Miller, Hunting Miller, yeomen, and John Chatfield. 
Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. L, p. 30. 



294 Calendar of Wills. 



"S OCKERSON, Clayton, of N. Y. City, mariner. 

Decbr. 6 George Copland of N. Y. City, grocer, sole heir and ex- 

lanyf I ecu tor of real and personal estate. Witnesses James 

McKay and Richard Williamson, grocer. Recorded ut 

supra, p. s^7* 



JsoS OSTRANDER, John, jun., of Albany City. 

Jany. i Wife Catherine, son John and other children, not named. 

Febry. 19 p^^^j ^^^ personal estate. Executors son John and 

Whiting Warner. Witnesses Joseph Caldwell, Charles 
Newman and Jared Skinner. Recorded ut supra. Vol. 
II., p. 234. 



!Si OGSBURY, David, of the Town of Watervliet, 

'799 
July I Albany Co. Wife Elizabeth, children David, Anna, wife 

Octb^aS ^^ Nicholas Coriteman, John, Susannah, wife of Peter 

Wormer, Margreth, wife of Bartholomy van Alstine, 
Elizabeth, wife of Jacob Waggoner, ** which said Jacob is 
now and has been for several years since a proper Tip- 
pler." Real and personal estate. Executors Barent 
Mynderse, John Schoolcraft jun. and Thomas Esmay. 
Witnesses Jacob Mans, Frederick Frydendall and Edward 
Ward. Recorded ut supra, p. 250. 



\^^ OOTHOUDT, Henry, of Catskil, Albany Co. 

Jany. 18 Daughter Catherine, wife of David Bancroft, grandchil- 
Aur. 14 d^^^ Henry Oothoudt Demarest and Nelly Demarest. 
Homefarm on Corloskil, Catskil Township, land on the 
St. Lawrence R., in a patent granted to testator and 
Jeremiah van Rensselaer, personal property. Executor 
Gerrit Bogart of Albany City. Witnesses Elsie Lansing, 
Gerrit Lansing jun. and Jeremiah van Rensselaer. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 2/2. 



Calendar of Wills. 



295 



"93 
May 37 



1394 

1687-8 

Maroi 13 

1695-6 

J»ny. 3 



"95 (P X) 
1691 

Janr. 31 

xo?S 
March 35 



1396 (P 3) 

1719 

June 15 

Aug. 3 



1397 (P 3) 

«734 
Decbr. 36 

X734-S 
March 15 

Dutch 



OSBORNE, Samuel, late of St. John, Nova 
Scotia, mariner, letters of administration on the estate of, 
granted to his father Aimer Osborne of PauUngs (?), 
Dutchess Co., farmer. Recorded ut supra. Vol. III., p. 
161. 

OUTHOUT, Jan, of Greenbush, Rensselaerswyck 
Manor, brewer. Children Johannes, Hendrick, Mayekay, 
Ante, Jannetie and Arien 12 yrs. old. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son Hendrick and bro.-in-law Hendrick 
van Ness. Witnesses Cobus Janssen and E. D. Ridden 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 36. 

PAWLING, Henry, of Marbletown, Ulster Co. 

Wife , children Jane, Wyntie, John, Albert, Ann and 

Henry. Wife's brother is Arien Rose, who with Gysbert 
Crum is to take an inventory of the real and personal 
property, of which the widow Pawling is sworn as execu- 
trix, on the 25th of March, 1695. Witnesses to will are 
Gysbert Crum and John Ward. 

PUIROE, Martha, of N. Y. City, widow of John. 
Children : Margaret Hall, Mary Leonard, who has son 
Jacob Leonard, Peter Puiroe, Joanna, who has son John 
Kearney, Catharine Kearney.* Apparently only personal 
property (plate, a silver tankard, a do. cup with cover, 5 
pictures in black frames, and 5 do. in gilt frames). Ex- 
ecutors sons-in-law John Hall and Thomas Kearney. 
Witnesses Hendrick Meyer, Harmanus Rutgers and H. 
Wileman. 

FLO EC H, Wilhelmus, of Kingston Corporation, 
Ulster Co., cooper. Wife Barbara, sons Hendrick, Wil- 
helmus, daughters Geertruy and Catharina. Real and 
personal estate. Executors bro.-in-law Nicolas de Myer 
and cousin Powlis Ploegh. Witnesses Petrus Bogardus, 
Johannis Dumont, Walran Demon and Ino. Crooke jun, 

* It may be Joanna Catherine Kearney. 



296 Calendar of Wills. 



»^/(P4) PERROW, Richard, of the Boore near N. Y. 

July 5 City, miner, about going to the Island of Jamaica. Wife 
Katie, children John, Ann and Elizabeth. Real and per- 
sonal estate. The wife executrix. Witnesses Gerardus 
Stuyvesant, Elizabeth Ustick and Edward Pennant. Copy 
made April 2, 1760. 

'^739 ^^ PRAA, Peter, of Buswick, Kings Co. Wife Mary, 

Aug. 6 grandsons Peter Praa van Zandt and Johannes van Zandt, 
daughters Elizabeth Miserole, Annitie, wife of Daniel Bod- 
die, Christiana Provoost. Two houses and lots in N. Y. City, 
North Ward, homefarm, land on Mespath Creek in New- 
town, Queens Co., called Dominies Hook ; personal prop- 
erty. Executors grandsons Jacobius Collier, Isaac Bergen 
and Johannes Albertse. Witnesses John Vanderspeigle, 
Abraham Lodge and Bartholomew Crannell. Copy 
made February 12, 1765. 

1300 (P 6) PROVOOST, Abraham, of Claverack, Albany 

Janjr^o Co. Sons Johannis, Hendrick, Samuel, Abraham, Isaac 
Juiy. 31 ^^^ Jacob heirs and executors of real and personal prop- 
erty. Witnesses Samuel Staats, farmer, the only witness 
living at date of proof, Neeltie Staats and Barent Staats. 

130X {P7) PALMER, Silvanus, of Momaroneck, Westches- 

1741 ' 

Novbr. 24 ter Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, children Silvanus, John, 

Marmaduke, Anne, Susannah, Mary, Charity, Edward, 
Robert, Edward. Land at New Rochelle and elsewhere, 
personal property. Executors the wife, Joseph Rodman 
of New Rochelle, Richard Cornwell sen. and John Griffin. 
Witnesses John Ray, Thomas Gilchrist and John Cuer. 
Copy. 

»3<»{P«) PLASS, Johann Emmerich, of Claverack, Al- 

April 8 bany Co., yeoman. Wife Agneta Flora, da. Elisabeth, 

Jtti5?xs ^'^^ ^^ Hendrick Plass, grandsons Emmerich Plass and 

Hendrick Plass, Lutheran Church at Loonenberg (Athens). 



Calendar of Wills. 



297 



Real and personal property. Executors Rev. William 
Christopher Berkenmeyer and Jacob Freese. Witnesses 
Piter van Buren, Piter Kool and Jacob van Hoise. Also 
in Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 237. 



X303 (P 9) 

«747 
July 39 

Novbr. 7 
Dntch 



PO FFI E, Antie, of Albany City, widow. Jannetie, 
da. of Jochem van Valkenburgh, Jannetie, da. of Jere- 
miah Hoogeboom, Jannetie, da. of Jochem Rediiff, Jan- 
netie, da. of Willem van Nes. Personal property (a gold 
chain, do. buttons).' Executors Barent Brat and Willen> 
van Nes. Witnesses David A. Schuyler, Will. Rogers 
jun., both of Albany and Elisabeth Brat. 



X304 (P 10) 

X748 

Jalys 

1750 
Jane 25 



PERSON, Johlli of Kingston Corporation, Ulster 
Co. Wife Anna Catrina, sons Abraham, Jacobus, heirs 
of dec'd son Cornelis, viz: John and Marya Person, da. 
Jannittc, wife of Myndert Mynderse. Real and personal 
estate. Executor Jacobus Person and Myndert Myn- 
derse. Witnesses Hiskia Dubois, Hiskia Dubois jun. 
and Martin Hoffman. 



X305 (P ") 

«757 
Aprtl z8 

1760 

Octbr. 20 

Dutch 



PEELEN, Petrus, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife 
Elisabeth, children Gysbert, Ezechiel and Cathrine. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Paulus Peelen 
and bro.-in-law Willem Legg. Witnesses Hendrick 
Ploegh jun., weaver, Abraham Burhans, farmer, and Jan 
Eltinge. 



1306 (P 12) 

Octbr. 9 

1764 
March 22 



PAWLING, Catharina, of Rhinebeek Prect., 
Dutchess Co., gentlewoman. Daughter Catherine, wife 
of Capt. Petrus ten Brook, grandda. Cornelia, da. of dec*d 
son Jacob Rutsen, grandson John Rutsen. Lands in 
Dutchess Co., in Ulster Co. and elsewhere, personal 
property. Executors da. Catherine, her husband Petrus 
ten Brook and bro. Henry Beekman. Witnesses Chris- 
tian Schultz, Wilhelmus Heermans, yeomen, and Hannes 
Hendricksen. Seal. 



298 



Calendar of Wills. 



1307 (P 13) 

March^ii 
Julys 



1308 (P 14) 

«757 
AprO 18 

1760 

Decbr. 22 



X309 (P IS) 

X7S7 
Aug. 20 

1765 
Jany. 22 



1310 (P 16) 



^8 



1763 
July 6 



1311 (P 17) 

X758 
March 26 

X759 
June 4 



PLOGH, Henry, son of Arent of Flatbush, King- 
ston Corporation, Ulster Co. Nephew Cornelius Swart, 
son of eldest sister Catherine, sisters Marretje, widow of 
Nehemia Duboys, Marya Plough, Elisabeth Plough and 
nephew Hendrick Palen, son of sister Catherine. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Evert Wynkoop, Abra- 
ham van Keuren and Poules Pelen. Witnesses Samuel 
Davis, James Whittaker and D. Wynkoop jun. 

PAR HAM, Thomas, of Oswego Garrison, boat 
Isuilder, signs will in the Castle of Denan, France, and 
leaves all his property to brothers and sisters (sic !) Wil- 
liam and John Parham of Philadelphia. Witnesses John 
van Sise of N. Y. City, ship carpenter, John Young of 
Philadelpliia, shipwright, and John Matthews. Proved in 
N. Y. City. A note at the foot of the will says : " Thomas 
Parham Died ye 21 of Aprill in the morning In Denan 
ospetal 1757." 

PATTERSON, Joseph, of N. Y. City, mariner. 
" Loveing friend " Cattren Manburt of N. Y. City, sim- 
ster, sole heiress of real and personal estate. Executor 
James Wells of said City, cordwainer. Witnesses John I. 
de Meyer, William Young and Garret Abeel. Copy. 

PACE, John, of Beekmans Prect, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Sarah, daughters Johanna, Patience, Elizabeth 
and Margot, grandsons Jeremiah Mott and Brier Carpen- 
ter. Homefarm and personal property. Executors 
sons-in-law Thomas Carpenter and Benjamin Lapham. 
Witnesses Isaac Germond, Susannah Haffe, at date of 
proof wife of James Doughty and Sarah Smith, at the 
said date, wife of Ebenezer Huested. 

PHENiX, James, of Shawangunk, Ulster Co., 
yeoman. Wife Geessie, daughters Sarah, wife of Barent 
Kool, who has son Philipp, Maritie, wife of William Har- 
low, who has da. Geessie, Rebecca, wife of Isaac Terwil- 



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299 



ligen, who has son James Fhenis T., Grietie, wife of Arie 
Terwilligen, and Helena. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons-in-law William Harlow and Isaac Terwil- 
ligen. Witnesses Johannis H. Jansen, Harmanis Ostran- 
der jun. and J. Bniyn. 



1312 (P 18) 
X759 

1765 
April 19 



PETTER, J08t, of N. Y. City, cooper. Wife 
Elizabeth, son Fetter and two daughters, not named. 
Real and personal estate. Executor the wife. Wit- 
nesses Daniel Fisher of said City, butcher, and George 
Gorgus. Copy. 



1313 (P 19) 
1760 

Majio 

Z768 
May 30 



PITSIER, Adam, of Dutchess Co. Wife Catryn, 
sons Fieter, William, Harmon, Jacob; son Harmon is 
** hunting taverns and gitting drunk." Homefarm, land 
bought of the van Benthuysen, do. do. of Capt. Josiah 
Ross in North East Frect, Dutchess Co., land in the 
Camp or 6000 acres patent, personal property. Execu- 
tors sons Pieter, Jacob and William. Witnesses Jacobus 
Persen, Lodewick Ensle of Rinebeek, miller, and Martin 
HoiTman. 



I3I4 (P 20) 

1760 
March 8 

1786 
Decbr. 9 



PIXLEY Joseph, of Claverack. Wife Ann, 
daughters Lidia and Mary, sons Aaron, Squire, Elijah, 
Nathaniel, Jonah, William and Ephraim. "Worldly 
estate." Executors Abraham Fonda and William White. 
Witnesses Feter A. Fonda, Lawrence Fonda and John 
Smith. 



1315 (P 21) 
1760 

Fcbry. 27 

Fcbry. 5 
Dutch 



PHILIPP, Nickel, of Dutchess Co. Wife Chris- 
tina, sons Zaghrias, Nickolas, Johann, daughters Catha- 
rina, wife of Johans Kool and Gcertie. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and sons Zaghrias and Nicko- 
las. Witnesses Willem Betzer of Dutchess Co., yeoman, 
Aernout Veele and Joseph Niev (?). 



300 



Calendar of Wills. 



X316 (P aa) 

X76a 

Octbr. 3 

Octbr. a7 



PAUL, Joseph, of Haverstraw Prect., Orange 
Co., yeoman, Wife Hannah, sons and a daughter, not 
named. Real and personal property. Executors Garret 
Snedeker and Joannes Snedeker. Witnesses Willem 
Velter, Garret Myer of Tappen, farmer, and John Rider. 



1317 (P 23) 
1763 

Novbn 9 

1764 

Jany. 3 



1318 (P a4) 

Febry. 13 

1769 
March 2$ 



PAINE, Joshua, jun., of Dutchess Co. First 
Church of Christ in the Nine Partners, the parents, bro- 
thers Ephraim Paine, Ichabod Sparrow Paine, Barnabas 
Paine, sisters Rebacker Dyer and Pheba Hurd. " Worldly 
substance." Executor brother Ephraim Paine. Wit- 
nesses Isaiah Williams, Elisha Cleveland of Amenia 
Prect., farmer, and James Betts. Copy. 

PEET, William, of Ulster Co. Wife Hannah, 
sons Gilbert and Stephen, daughters Sary Sherwood and 
Mary Gidney, grandda. Sar>% da. of dec'd son William. 
Homefarm and land at Cacaot or New Hempstead, per- 
sonal property. Executors the wife and sons. Witnesses 
John Nicoll, Leonard Nicoll, both of New Windsor Prect., 
Ulster Co., yeomen, and Nathaniel Sands. 



1319 (P as) 
1765 

Aogf. 19 

1781 

NoTDf. a7 



PINE, John, of Fishkil, Dutchess Co., yeoman. 
Children Joshua, Silvanus, Philipp, Abigail Bailey. 
Homefarm, land on Long Island, personal property (a 
silver tankard and 6 do. spoons). Executors bro.-in-law 
John Carman and Cornelius van Wyck sen., both of 
Dutchess Co. Witnesses James Duncan, now of Dutch- 
ess, late of Queens Co., esquire, Henry Buys and James 
Bailey. 



x3ao (P a6) 

1766 

Octbr. 9 



Dec 



1770 
ecbr. 



PURDY, Abigail, of Newburgh Prect., Ulster Co., 
widow. Children Stephen, Abigail Fowler, Martha Mer- 
ritt and Elizabeth Smith, grandda. Abigail Terbush. 
" Worldly estate." Executors son Stephen, Caleb Merritt 
and Arthur Smith. Witnesses James Pugsly, Mary 
Blamles and Leonard Smith, yeoman. 



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301 



1321 (P 27) 

1769 

Octbr. 16 



1322 (P 28) 

1770 

19th Day 

7th Month 

Septbr. 14 



1323 (P 29) 

1775 
Decbr. 8 

1786 

Octbr. 29 



1324 (P 30) 

1772 
March 16 

X773 
March 5 



1325 (P 31) 

Decbr. 10 

1782 
Janj/ 19 



PERSEN, Cornelius, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife AUeda, children Johannis, Matthevis, Cornelius and 
Jannetje, wife of Petrus Swart. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the three sons and the son-in-law. Witnesses 
Abraham Low, esquire, Christopher Tappen, both of 
Kingston, and William Eltinge jun. 

PECKAM, Reuben, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Brother Samuel Peckam, friend Ruth, [wife of] 

Timothy Dakin of New Fairfield in the Colony of . 

Executor — Haight. Witnesses . Part of 

this will is gone. 

PALMER, William, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Reachel, sons William, Abraham, 
Reuben, Jacomiah, Gilburt, Edward, grandson Jeremiah, 
son of dec'd son Ezekiel, granddaughters Sarah and 
Ruth, da. of the same dec*d son, daughter-in-law Sarah, 
widow of son Ezekiel, daughters Mary, Esther, Ame, 
Reachel and Phebe, grandson James Palmer, son of da. 
Esther. Real and personal estate. Executors sons Wil- 
liam and Reuben. Witnesses David Husted jun, Samuel 
Palmer jun of Washington Prect., Dutchess Co., a Quaker, 
and Amos Tubbs. 

PLOECH, Paulis, of Kingston Corporation, 
Ulster Co., cooper. Wife Eliesabeth, da. Mariea, wife of 
Johannis B. Masten, son of dec'd son Petrus, vizt : Petrus. 
Real and personal estate. Executors son-in-law Johannis 
B. Masten and Johannis Snyder. Witnesses Johannes Mas- 
ten, merchant, Anthony Frere, tailor, and James Richey. 

PALMER, Ephraim, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Rachal, sons Silvanus, Uriah, Ephraim, daugh- 
ters Abigail, Rachel, Gchannah, Darkts and Rebeckah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors brothers Nehemiah 
Reynolds and Edward Palmer. Witnesses David Hus- 
tead, Reuben Palmer and Silas Deuel jun., both of said 
Precinct, farmers. 



302 



Calendar of Wills. 



1326 (p 32) 

Decbr. 12 

1777 
Fcbry. 3 



1327 (P 33) 

June 10 

1775 
Octbr. 6 



1328 (P 34) 

, 1775 
Jany. 10 

May 22 



1329 (P 35) 

«775 
Aug. 15 

1776 
May 25 



1330 (P 36) 

1776 
Augf. 20 

1784 
Septbr. 21 



PARKERy John, of Haverstraw Prect., Orange 
Co. Wife Jemime, sons John, Peter, Jacob, David, 
Isaac, da. Mary, grandda. Mary, da. of son John. Real 
and personal property. Executors the wife and son 
Isaac. Witnesses Thos. Osborn, Benjamin Furman and 
John Hitchcock. 

PAINE, Joshua, of Amenia, Dutchess Co. Wife, 
sons Ephraim and Barnabas, children of son Ichabod 
Sparrow Paine dec'd, vizt : Rebecca, Joshua and Ichabod 
Sparrow, das. Rebecca Dyer and Phebe Munro, bro.-in- 
law Elisha Paine of Long Island. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife and son Barnabas. Wit- 
nesses Benjamin Doty of Amenia Prect., yeoman, Eunice 
Wheeler and Solomon Wheeler. Vide No. 13 17. 

PEARSALL, Henry, of Hempstead, Queens Co. 
Wife Martha, grandsons Henry, son of son Hezekiah, 
Joseph, James, Henry and Daniel, sons of dec'd son 
James, William and John, sons of dec'd son Henry, 
grandson John Mugin. Homefarm, land adjoining 
Joseph Bedel, do. purchased from James Burtis adjoining 
Thomas Hendrickson, a patent right, personal property. 
Executors Richard Hewlett and Carman Dorlon. Wit- 
nesses Stephen Smith, Thomas Cornell, of said Co., yeo- 
men, and Isaac Denton. Copy. 

PALM ER, James, of Haverstraw Precinct, Orange 
Co. Wife Deborah, mother Anna Palmer, da. Susanna, 
nephews Herry and William, sons of bro. Richard Palmer. 
House in N. Y. City, personal property. Executors 
Michael Cornelison of Nayak and Aury Smith of Haver- 
straw. Witnesses Jeremiah Williamson of Orange Co., 
yeoman, John Smith and Andries Onderdonk. 

PERKINS, Abijah, of New Marlborough Precinct, 
surgeon. Wife Lucy, children Hannah and George 
Whitefield Perkins, brothers and sisters John, Isaac and 
Seth Perkins, Lucy Ely, Elisabeth Startin, Margaret Bel- 



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den, Sarah Marvin, Hannah and Lydia Perkins; father 
lives at Lyme. Real and personal estate (books). Exec- 
utors the wife, her bro. Willm Ely, son of George White- 
field and bro.-in-law Samuel Startin ; overseers Stephen 
Case and Lewis Dubois. Witnesses Stephen Case of New 
Marlborough Prect., Ulster Co., Captain, LufI Smith and 
Deborah Smith. Lucy Cook, late Lucy Smith, sworn as 
executrix May 26, 1785. 

1331 (P 37) PARIS, Isaac, of Stonearabia, Palatine District, 
Febry. 5 Tryon Co., merchant. Wife Catharine, sons Isaac, Peter, 
Ane XQ Francis and Daniel, da. Margaret, sister Margaret, wife of 

Doctor Bodo Otto of Reading, Penna. Land at Stone- 
arabia, in Osquagoe Patent, Canajoharie District, houses 
and personal property. Executors the wife, Revd. Daniel 
Gross of Canajoharie Distr. and John Eisenlord of N. 
Gennantown, Palatine Distr., merchant. Witnesses B. 
Higgins, Simon Baydeman of said Co., cooper, and John 
Smith of Palatine Distr., esquire. 

1332 (P38) POYER, Thomas, of Rombouts Prect., Dutchess 
1777 

Jany. 31 Co., farmer. Wife Maregriet, children Thomas, Sarah, 

'783 Marigret, Joseph, Hannah, Jacobmies. Real and per- 

sonal estate. Executors the wife, Joseph Tuston and 
Jonis Ilalstead. Witnesses Otho Lawrence, Philipp 
Jacob SchafT and John Cooper of said Precinct, yeoman. 

1333 (P 39) PR ESTON, David, of Albany Co., farmer. Wife 
Septbr. 18 Sibbel, children David, Joseph, Abial, Anne and Sibbel. 

1782 j^gj^i j^^ J personal estate. Executors the wife and Caleb 

Smith. Witnesses William Brown of said Co., farmer, 
and Betty Maleroy. Proved in Rutland Co., Vermont. 

1334 (P 40) PATE, (Peet), Gilbert, of Ulster Co. Wife Elis- 
SeptSZ 15 abeth, children Mary, Anny, Hana, William and Stephen. 

^783 Home property, land in Orange, Ulster Co. or elsewhere, 

personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Stephen Pate 



304 



Calendar of Wills. 



1335 (P 4«) 
1777 

Febij. 4 

1782 

Decbr. 2 



1336 (P 43) 

1777 
Septbr. 18 

1780 
April 18 



1337 (P 43) 
X778 

Septbr. 12 

NoTbr. 4 



1338 (P 44) 

1780 

Jany. 11 

1784 

June I 



and Samuel Arthur. Witnesses John NicoU of New 
Windsor Prect., Ulster Co., esquire, Benjamin Thorne 
and Timothy White. 

PETERS, George, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, sons Abel, Richard, Charles, 
Morris, Hewlett, George, Samuel, daughters Jerushe, 
wife of Jesse Oakly, Ruth, Sarah, Jemima, Molly, wife of 
Joshua Halloc. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, son Abel, son-in-law Jesse Oakley and Jacob 
Smith. Witnesses George Sands, James Scott of said 
Co., yeoman, and Jemima Sands. 

POTTER, Job, of Dutchess Co. Wife Desire, 
children Jenevery, Riscom, Sims, Lois, John, Eseck, 
Nathaniel, Elisebeth and Judah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and Benjamin Akins. Wit- 
nesses Israel Deuel, Samuel McHago and Daniel Jackson, 
yeomen. The wife is sworn as executrix as Desire 
Green, formerly wife of testator. 

PERSON, Silas, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Abigal, sons James, Silas. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and George Thompson. 
Witnesses Thomas Horton, yeomen, Mehitabel Bayley 
and Anna Wickham. 

PEARCE, Nathan, jun., of Pawlings Precinct, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Daniel, Robert Gil- 
bert and Charles, daughters Susanna and Hannah. 
" Worldly estate." Brother William Pearce to be guar- 
dian of children and with testators wife executor. Wit- 
nesses James Stark, yeoman, Sarah Pearce and Nathan 
Pearce. 



1339 (P 45) 
1781 

June 29 
Febrj. 3 



N, Abraham, senior, of the Great Im- 
bough, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Catharine, sons John, 
Jacobus, Abraham, Henry, daughters Hannah, wife of 
Egbert Bogardus, Gethroy, wife of Evert de Witt, De- 



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305 



borah, wife of Lucas dc Witt and Jenny, wife of Wesscl 
ten Rroecke. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Jacobus, Abraham and Henry and sons-in-law Egbert 
l^ogardus, Wessel ten Broecke and Lucas de Witt. Wit- 
nesses James Tattersall, schoolmaster, John C. Persen, 
yeoman, both of Albany Co. and Sybrant van Schaick 
junior. 



1340 (P 46) 

178X 

Decbr. 6 

1782 
June 28 



PRATT, Jacob, of Beekman Prect., Dutchess 
Co., Wife , son John, daughter Nancy. Home- 
farm, personal property. Executors bro. Stephen Pratt 
and Jesse Oakly. Witnesses William Moore, Zebulon 
Green of Charlotte Prect., said Co., carpenter, and William 
Gray. 



1341 (P 47) 
1781 

March 14 



PELL, Samuel T., late of Westchester Co. 
Father, mother, brothers and sisters, nephew Charles, 
son of bro. Philipp. Real and personal estate. Executor 
the father, brothers Philipp and David. Witnesses Thos. 
Thomas, Samuel Drake and Nathan Rockwell. Copy 
made Octbr. 29, 1790. 



1342 {P 48) 
1782 

Jany. 26 
June 2 



PERKINS, Oliver, of Little Hoesock, Albany Co. 

Wife , sons Rufus, Moses, Silas, Oliver and Phineas, 

daughters Charity, Hannah, Susannah, Elisabeth, Pru- 
dence and Eunice. Real and personal estate. Executor 
Richard Brown. Witnesses Nathl. Niles, Nathan Tanner 
and Daniel Kinyon, farmers. 



1343 (P 49) 
1782 

Decor. 25 
Joiy 21 



PICKERD, Bartholomew, late of Palatine 
Distr., Tryon Co., now of Fort Plank, yeoman. Wife 
Philipbina, wife and sons of nephew Bartholomew Pick- 
erd, vizt: Maria Catharina and Conrad and Christian. 
Land on N. side of Mohawks R. near Little Falls, personal 
property. Executor Abraham Copeman. Witnesses Abra- 
ham Copeman, Heinrick Eckler of Montgomery Co., 
farmers, and Jacob House. Proved in Montgomery Co. 



90 



3o6 



Calendar of Wills. 



1344 g* so) 
1782 

Septbr. Z2 

1786 

Maya 



PADDACK, Seth, of Fredericksburgh Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Ruth, sons Zachariah, Stephen, 
Seth, Judah, da. Deliverance. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son Seth and Doctor Joseph Crane senior. 
Witnesses Thomas Baldwin, Jonathan Smith, both of 
Dutchess Co., fanners, and David Baldwin. 



134s (P SI) 

178a 
Fcbrv. 7 
March 19 



1346 (P sa) 

1785 
March ai 

1786 
Febry. a 



PAWLING, Levi, of Marbletown, Ulster Co., 
esquire. Wife Halana, children Albert, Henry, Levi and 
Margret. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Henry and Albert. Witnesses Nathan Smedes, Aldert 
Smedes and John Cantine of Marbletown, yeomen. 

PATTON, William, of New Windsor Prect., Ul- 
ster Co. Wife Margaret, son James, grandda. Margaret 
and other grandchildren, not named. Real and personal 
estate. Executors James Kernaghan and Samuel Boyd. 
Witnesses George Huggan, schoolmaster, Miles Cavan, 
yeoman, and John Morrison, yeoman. 



1347 (P S3) 

1785 
June a4 

1786 
June 21 



PHILIPP, Christian, son of Peter, of East Camp, 
Albany Co. Catherine, da. of Diderich Dick, Peter 
Philipp, Reformed German Church at East Camp. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Peter Philipp, 
Peter Scherp and Philipp Rakkefeller. Witnesses Rev. 
Gerhard Daniel Cock of East Camp, John Cook and 
Johan Bernhart Faerber (?). 



X348 (P 54) 

Aos:. 8 

1786 

NovDr. ap 



POLHEMUS, Cornelius, of Rumbouts Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Son Cornelius, grandson Daniel McGuin. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the son and John 
Hughson sen. Witnesses James Philipps, Walter Hugh- 
son and James Wells, schoolmaster. 



«349 (P 55) 

1785 

Attjr. 3 

Decbr. ap 



PATTERSON, John, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 

Co., yeoman. Wife , da. Mary, bro. James. Real 

and personal estate. Executors William Faulkner and 



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307 



William Bull. Witnesses Edward Campbell, shoemaker, 
Daniel G. Rogers, yeoman, and William Wilkin jun., yeo- 
man. 



1350 (P 56) 
1785 

^^"j:. 3 
Octbr. a7 



PAINE, Ephraim, of Amenia Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Mary, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Sarah, 
Chloe and Lucy, sons Ephraim and Abijah. Homefarm, 
land in Whitesborough, Montgomery Co., personal prop- 
erty. Executors the wife, Ezra Thompson and JPeter 
Garnscy. Witnesses Samll. Thompson, Rebecah King, 
widow and Barnabas Paine. See No. 1327. 



1351 (P 57) 
1786 

Jnne 20 

Ang:. 12 



PE YPH E R, Peter, of German Flatts Distr., Mont- 
gomery Co. Present wife Gertrude, sons Peter by " last 
wife," Andrew, heirs of son Jacob, daughters Catharine, 
Dorothy and Margaret, Elizabeth, wife of Ellis Henry, 
bro. Jacob Peypher, son-in-law Peter Orndorph. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Lodowick Campbell and 
Hanjost Shoemaker. Witnesses John Helmer, Thomas 
Cochel and Peter Marsh. 



1352 (P 58) 
1786 

March 6 
May 4 



POLHEMUS, George, of the Pond Patent, 

Haverstraw Prect., Orange Co., farmer. Wife , sons 

Titus, Jacob, Daniel and George, daughters Matie, Jenny, 
Elizabeth, Ann, Hannah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons Titus and Jacob, Johannes Remsen and 
Closs R. von Hootcn. Witnesses John Farrand, Geo. 
Douglas, schoolmaster, and Yury Pery. 



X353 



M 



3 (P 59) 
1787 



any. 10 
'arch 8 



PERRY, Roland, of Saratoga Distr., Albany Co., 
farmer. Wife Bulah, sons Benjaman, Roland, Samuel, 
John, Absalom, Roseal, Artmus, Joseph, daughters Febey, 
Azubah, Mary. Real and personal estate. Executor son 
Benjamin. Witnesses Timithy Bloodworth, Nathaniel 
Stiels of Saratoga, yeomen, and Mary Bloodworth. 



3o8 



Calendar of Wills. 



1354 (p 60) 
1798 

Febry. ao 
Jane 13 



PORTEOUS, John, of Herkimer Co. Nephew 
John, second son of bro. Alexander Porteous of Perth, 
North Britain, Elizabeth, da. of James Cockburn of 
Dutchess Co., Henry Frey of Canajohary, Elinora Haw- 
kins, " now bound to my da. Catherine Mary Alexander," 
grandda. Mary Porteous Alexander, da. Catherine Mary, 
wife of William Alexander, bro. David Porteous of Stra- 
geth. Parish of Muthel, County of Perth. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the da. and her husband, the 
two brothers, the nephew John and Henry Frey. Wit- 
nesses John Robison, William Robison and Cornelius 
W. Groesbeeck. 



1355 (P 61) 
1806 

Octbr. II 

Novbr. 26 



PENNY, Timothy P., late of the Island of 
Jamaica, now of Lansingburgh, Rensselaer Co. Sister 
Arabella, wife of Dr. Moses Willard of Lansingburgh. 
Codicil, witnessed by David Allen, Lydia Bassel and 
Jonathan Meirneie Mott. 



1356 (P 63) 

1786 
March 24 



PROVOST, Johannis, late of Loncnburgh, Al- 
bany Co., yeoman, letters of administration on the estate 
of, granted to Stephen Haight of Coxhaky District, mer- 
chant, as creditor. Executors named in the will, to-wit 
Catrina Provost and John Jas. Roseboom are dead. 



1357 (P 63) 
1809 

May 31 

1811 
May 9 



PULTENEY, Sir James, Baronet, of Bath 
House, Picadilly, Middlesex Co., and Buckingham House 
near Thetford, Norfolk Co. Sisters Madeline Murray, 
spinster, Jane, wife of Sir Alexander Muir Mackenzie, 
Baronet, Susan, wife of Patrick Murray, bro. Rev. William 
Murray, children of dec'd cousin Wm. Hepburn, late 
Lieut. Col. 31st Regt. of Foot, vizt: William and Made- 
line Hepburn, sisters of Col. Hepburn, Ann, Christie and 
Grame Hepburn, spinsters. Dame Susan, widow of Sir 
Robert Murray, Colonel Robert Smith of Methoen, Por- 
ter Co., N. B., the Headmaster of the School at 

Clewar near St. Leonards Hill, County of Berks ; brother 



Calendar of Wills. 309 



John Murray, Major General in H. Ms. service remainder- 
man. Codicil of March 10, 18 10, adds the names of 
Madame de Frouville, wife of President Frouville of Paris, 
Elizabeth Frances Markham, Henrietta Alicia Markham, 
Colicia Markham, Maria Markham, Ann Isabella Mark- 
ham, George Markham, Frederick Markham, Sophia 
Markham, Edmund Markham and Sarah Markham, chil- 
dren of Mrs. Elizabeth Evelyn, wife of John Fawcett by 
the first husband Rev. George Markham, Dean of York. 
Mentions late wife Henrietta Laura Pulteney, Countess 
of Bath. Codicil of Febry. 14, 181 1, adds name of Anna 
Rose of Duncan Place, Leicester Square. Codicil of 
March 9, 181 1, adds children of Madame de Froudeville» 
formerly Countess of Beckers, of Paris. Witnesses Richd. 
Williams, and Francis Broderip. 

;3g PENDLETON, Solomon, of Chatham Co., 

Decbr.a3 Georgia, now in N. Y. City. Willempee Niefus, "a 
Fc^ry. 3 young woman in the State of N. Y. . . for kindness when 
I was a prisoner on Long Island and in want of money," 
Robert Montfort, esquire, Richard Wylly, esquire, Wil- 
liam and James Bryan, Miss Nancy Eaton, brothers 
David, Daniel and William Pendleton, Mathew McAllis- 
ter, nephew Edmund Pendleton. Land in Effingham 
Co. and elsewhere, personal property. Executors bro. 
Daniel P. of N. Y. City, Robert Montfort, Richard Wylly 
and Mathew McAllister of Georgia. Witnesses Samuel 
Bradhurt, physician, William Newton, shopkeeper, and 
Thomas 0*Hara, gentleman. Recorded in Wills and 
Probates, Vol. L, p. 10. 



1779 PEIRSON, Abraham, of Southampton, Suffolk 

Octbr. 30 Co., farmer. Sons William, Zebulon, Matthew, da. Eliza- 
JatiT.^i beth, wife of Samuel Peirson. Real and personal estate. 

Executors sons Zebulon and Matthew. Witnesses Na- 
than Peirson, yeoman, Silvanus Peirson and Silvanus 
Tapping. Recorded ut supra, p. 28. 



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J360 PALDING, Joseph, of PhiUppsburgh Manor, 

Septbr. 17 Westchester Co. Wife , sons William, Joseph, 

FcSryTia Peter, John, grandda. Catherine, da. of son William. 

Real and personal estate (a Dutch bible). Executors 
sons Joseph, William and Peter. Witnesses Jacob Ru- 
amman, yeoman, Jacob van Wert and William Davis. 
Recorded ut supra, p. $4. 

1361 PERRINE, John, senior, of Upper Freehold, 

jAiijr. 34 Monmouth Co., N. J. Children Henry, James, Daniel, 
April 19 Joseph, John, William, Rebecca, wife of Joseph Storey, 
Hannah, wife of William Deye, Anne, wife of James 
Abrahams, children of son John, vizt: John, Peter, 
Matthew, Joseph, Anne, Rebecca and Hannah, children 
of son William, vizt: William, Mathew, John, Daniel, 
Catherine and Rebecca, children of da. Margaret dec'd, 
vizt : John, Henry, Andrew, Joseph, Daniel and Catherine 
Wilson. Lands in Upper Freehold and at Cranbury, 
personal property. Executors sons James and Joseph. 
Witnesses Richard Compton Joseph Compton, and Hugh 
Mannahan. Proved in New Jersey. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 99. 

J3g PIERREPONT, Evelyn, citizen of the State of 

NoTbr. 2 Delaware. Joshua Waddington of N. Y. City, merchant, 
Auff.^a ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ executor of real and personal estate in U. S. 
Confirms testament made in England in 1780 or 81 not 
disposing of this property. Witnesses Benj. Waddington, 
Henry Waddington and Robert Harwood of N. Y. City. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 1 50. 

p63 PRICE, William, of West Point, N. Y. Daughter 

July 9 and son, not named. Executors Jedediah Waterman, 

Anff. 2S John Sullivan, of N. Y. and Robert Dunlap of West 

Point. Real and personal estate. Witnesses Tobias van 

Zandt, Joseph Browne and Gerret Keteltas, all of N. Y. 

City. Recorded ut supra, p. 245. 



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Norbr. 14 
Febry. 12 



1365 
X781 

March 12 

1783 
Jany. 3 



1366 

Decbr. 30 

May 30 



1367 

Fcbry. 5 

X795 
Jnne 19 



1368 

^ '795 
Septbr. 29 

Octbr. 15 

French 



PIERCE, ThomaSi of the City of Bristol, esquire. 
Wife Hester, sons Thomas and Charles. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors the two sons. Witnesses 
John Wilcox and Peter Ashmead. Proved in England. 
Son Thomas is merchant at Bristol, Charles of Oxford 
University, gentleman. Recorded ut supra, p. 306. 

PATTON, Elizabeth, of Bermuda Islands, widow, 
da. of Eli Richard, heiress of sister Sarah Place and uncles 
Paul Richard and Stephen Richard of N. Y. Children of 
sister Sarah Place, children Susanna Parker, Francis Landy 
Patton, Elizabeth Patton and Eli Patton. Real and 
personal estate. Executor the four children, Theophilus 
Beach and Mills Sherbrook. Witnesses Daniel Hubbard 
Outerbridge, Francis Zuile and Sarah Woolen. Proved 
in Bermuda. Recorded ut supra, p. 32$. 

PHILLIPS, Francis, of N.Y. City. Son Fran- 
cis Michel Phillips. Real and personal estate (2 violon- 
celli and 2 violins). Executors George Garland and 
Simeon Bailey. Witnesses Abrm. Beach, of N. Y. City 
D.D., and William Wright. 

PREISSAC, Pierre Joseph, late of the Island 

of St. Domingo, now of Red Hook, Dutchess Co., son of 
Henry Preissac, heretofore Marquis de Cardillac, Chevalier 
de St. Louis, who died on his plantation in the Parish of 
St. Michael, Island of St. Domingo Jany. 6, 1793. Wife 
Catharine, n/e Livingston, her mother and sister Peggy 
Livingston. Real and personal estate. Executor Bena- 
dict Lebone, late of St. Domingo, now of N. Y., gentle- 
man. Witnesses Pierre Masson-Neau, Stephen Nocus of 
N. Y. City, broker, and Dallebout de Perigny. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 479. 

PACAUD, Jean, of N.Y. City, tobacco merchant, 
native of Montlion, Department de Charente Inferieure, 
France, son of Gabriel Pacaud dec'd and Marie Jacoby, 



312 



Calendar of Wills. 



1369 
1795 

NoTDr. I 

Novbr. 10 

French 



1370 

a7th Day 

9tli Month 

Decbr. 5 



1371 
1796 

Octbr. 3 
1797 

Junes 



1372 

1813 
Septbr. 4 

1815 
Octbr. II 



33 years old, living at the corner of Front and Pine Str. 
N. Y. DUe. Marie Fulton of N. Y. City. " Tout ce que 
je possfede dans T^tendue des Etats Unis." Executor 
Citizen Navarre jun. of N. Y. City. Witnesses Joseph 
Marcadier, Jean Baptiste Lacoste, Louis Lestrade and 
Charles Bridgen, Not. Public. Recorded ut supra, p. 506. 

PICHON, Julien Remain, late of the island of 

Guadeloupe, now of N. Y. City, born in the Parish of 
Petit Bourg, said Island, as son of Jacques Julien Pichon 
and his wife, Dame MoUard, about 40 years old. Wife 
and children, not named. Personal property. Executors 
wifes bro. Jean Francois d'Artignan of South Amboy 
and Thomas Pasturin of N. Y. City, merchant. Wit- 
nesses Baptiste Fouquet, Joseph Marcadier and Jean 
Antoine Berard Cap. Will made at the house of Andri 
Mathieu in Greenwich Str. Recorded ut supra, p. $19. 

PROCTOR, James, of Stockton upon Tuse, 
County of Durham, Old England. Bro. John Proctor of 
Stockton, aforesaid, grocer. " Worldly estate." Execu- 
tors Nicholas Taylorson and Joseph Hopkins of New 
York, merchants. Witnesses Samuel Wood, John Under- 
bill of Westchester Co. and Samuel Mott. Recorded ut 
supra. Vol. II., p. 150. 

PARSON, Jasper, late of Santa Cruz, now of 
Boston, Mass., planter. Wife Tabitha. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executor Dr. William Wheeler of Rhine- 
beek, Dutchess Co., physician. Witnesses Lucretia 
Parson, Philipp I. Schuyler and William F. Salter. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 291. 

PASSAGE, George, of Princetown, Schenectady 
Co. Wife Mary, children George, Mary and Margaret. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Benjamin Whitney, 
William Weller and James McDonald jun. Witnesses 
Michael van Wormer, Calvin Cheeseman and Benjamin 
Whitney. Recorded ut supra, p. 331. 



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«373 
1817 

Decbr. 31 

1818 

March 4 



PATTINSON, Richard, of Montreal, Lower 
Canada. Children Mary Ann, Richard, Ellen Phyllis> 
halfbrother Hugh Pattinson, Mrs. Archange Askin and 
her da. Mrs. Therese McKee, Dr. William Caldwell of 
Montreal, Female Benevolent Society of Montreal, of 
which Mrs. Aird is treasurer, Jasper Tough. Real estate 
in Upper Canada, in Indiana and Michigan, personal 
property. Executors Robert Gillespie, George Moffat, 
both of Montreal, merchants, and William Gilkson of 
Glasgow, Scotland, merchant, with George Jacobs of 
Sandwich, John Askin and James Gordon of Amherst- 
burg, Upper Canada, as agents. Witnesses H. Bleecker, 
J. W. Rockwell and Jas. van Ingen. Will made, exe- 
cuted and proved in Albany. Recorded ut supra, p. 346. 



X374 
1781 

Octbr. 9 

1782 

Jany. 9 



X37S 
X823 

June a 

Octbr. 39 



PARKIN, Thomas, Deputy Commissary General 
of Virginia. Mrs. Robert Muter, Mr. Mewburn of York- 
shire, William • Robertson of N. Y., Adam Dolmage, 
nephew Thomas Parkin of Baltimore. Personal property. 
No executor named. Witnesses G. Robertson, Agent 
for Transports and Adam Dolmage, Deputy Commissary 
of Provisions. The preceding information is given in 
the letters of administration granted to Richard William 
Parkin of Jamaica, L. I., Asst. Commissary of Provisions 
as nearest of kin. Recorded ut supra. Vol. III., pp. 79 
and 94. 

POWELL, Jacob, of Newburgh, Orange Co. 
Bro. Thomas Powell, bro.-in-law Benjamin Townsend, his 
wife Patty, testators sister, nieces Betsy and Mary Town- 
send and Nancy Jenkins, children of B. Townsend and 
wife Patty, nephew Benjamin Townsend, nieces Margaret 
E. and Mary P. Seymour. Land in Marlborough Town- 
ship, Ulster Co., personal property. Executors bro. 
Thomas Powell and Samuel R. Betts. Witnesses Daniel 
TuthiU jun., John W. Knevels and Aaron Belknap of 
Newburgh, Attorney-at-Law. Recorded ut supra. Vol. 
IV., p. 144. 



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\lll PIETERSOON, Jan, from Essendelft, now of 

April 10 Fort Amsterdam. Gerrit Bartelsen, bro. Adrian Pieter- 

qq^^ sen, sister Anna Pieters, Personal property. Executor 

Mr. Hans Kierstede. Witnesses Ulrich Lupolt and 

David Provoost. N. Y. Col. MSS., I., p. 199. 

i|77 PIETERSEN, Reyndert, of New Albany. 

10 o'clock a.m. Mother Taet Joosten, wife Metie Jans, both living at 
jTT^ Bolswaert, Friesland. " Estate." Executors in America 
Schout Gerard Swart and Adriaen van Ilpendam. Wit- 
nesses Gerrit van Slichtenhorst, Jan Evertsen and Adriaen 
van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, I., p. 510. 



x688 

Octbr. 7 

i68a-9 

Fcbry. 5 



X379 
X603 

Novbr. 8 



X380 

1751 
NovDf. 5 

, 1771 
Jany. 14 



PAPEN DORP, Adriaen Gerritsen, of Albany. 

Wife Jannetje Crom, niece Harmyntje Nagels, John 
Abeel and sisters Elizabeth, Magdalena and Mary Abeel, 
children of wife's niece, Elizabeth van der Poel, wife of 
Sybrant van Schaik, Adriaen, son of Gerardus Beeckman, 
Maria and Hannah van der Poel, Dirk van der Karre, 
Evert Banker. Real and personal estate (a gold ring, do. 
buttons, a silver tooth-pick, a do. tumbler, pictures). 
Executors the wife, Johannes Abeel and Anthony van 
Schaick. Witnesses Jan Jansen Bleecker, Justice of the 
Peace, Jan Lansink and J. Becker, Notary Public. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Minutes, 1686-1702, p, 116. 

PIETERS, Volkie, letters of administration on 
the estate of, granted to Hestertie Tiercks, widow of 
Harma Bastiaensen of Albany City. Albany Co. Rec- 
ords, Wills, I.| p* IS- 

PROVOST, Johannis, of Lonenburg, Albany 
Co. Wife Catarina, brothers Henderick, Samuel, Jacob 
and Isaac Provost. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife and John Jac. Roseboom. Witnesses Sy- 
brant G. van Schaick jun. of Coxhachie, Ino. Beeckman 
and Jacob van Schaick. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 
p. 348. 



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Jg^ PRUYN, Samuel, of Albany City, blacksmith. 

March ay Wife Maritie, sons Frans S., Johannis S. and Jacob S. 

]^j^26 House and lot in 2d Ward, personal estate. Executor 
Abraham Bogart of Albany City. Witnesses John Ja. 
Lansingh, Phelip MuUer and Richard Cartwright. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 219. 

1381a POST, Jacob, senior, of the Younkers, Westchester 

1771 » » » » 

April 2 Co. Sons Jacob, Anthony, Abraham, Isaac, Peter, Mar- 
tin, daughters Johanna and Margret, grandson Morti- 
mer (?) Cregier, grandda. Ann Cregier. Homefarm, land 
in Orange Co., personal property. Executors sons Isaac 
and Anthony. Not executed nor witnessed. N. Y. Coll. 
MSS., XCVII., p. 39. 

i382(Qi) QUACKENBOS, Johannes, of N. Y. City, 

Septbr. 27 bolter. Wife Margaret, sons Walter, Nicholas, Petrus 
! '^^^16 ^"^ John, da. Cornelia. Real estate in Rensselaerswyck 
Manor, personal property. Executors the wife and chil- 
dren. Witnesses Stephen Terhune, Chas. Morse of N. 
Y. City, scrivener, and Adam Dolmage. Codicil of Octbr. 
14, 1774, disposes of land in Charlotte Co. Same Wit- 
nesses. 

1383 (Q a) QUICK, Jacobus, of Rochester, Ulster Co. Chil- 

AprU 24 d^en Jacobus, Johanna, Magery, Elizabeth, Petrus. Real 
I *^*^ 6 ^"^ personal estate (a bible). Executors sons Jacobus 
and Petrus with Richard Davis as overseer. Witnesses 
Cornelius Hoornbeck jun., Richd. Davis, both of Roches- 
ter Township, farmers, and Friederich Schoennig. 

i384^Q3) QUACKENBOS, Margritje, widow of John, 

Fcbry. 28 of New York City. Children Walter, Nicholas, Peter, 
^786 John and Cornelia, wife of John P. Quackenbos, da. of 

son Walter, vizt: Margaret. Land on White Creek, 
Albany Co., East side of Hudson R., personal property. 
Executors sons Nicholas and John. Witnesses Henry I. 
Bogart of Albany, Matthew Trotter and Robert Yates. 
Supra No. 1382. 



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1385 (R I) 
1693-4 

Febrj. 15 

1712 
Octbr. 3Z 



REYERSEN, Gerrit, of Albany City, yeoman. 
Wife Annetje Gerrits, children Elbert Gerritsen, John 
Gerritsen, a shoemaker by trade, Reyer Gerritsen, An- 
netje Gerrits and Marritje Gerrits. Real and personal 
estate (a large bible with annotations and copper clasps). 
The wife sole executrix, Egbert Teunisen and son Elbert 
guardians of minor children. Witnesses Teunis Slinger- 
landt, Anthony Brat and Robt. Livingston. Also in 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 22. 



1386 (R 2) 

1696 
May 30 



REMSEN, John, of Flackbush, Nassau (Long) 
Island. Wife Martha, " my now lawful wife," children 
Sophia, John, Rem, Janneye, Martha and Cornelius. 
Real and personal estate. Brother Joris Remsen and 
Rem Remsen to be guardians, tutors, overseers or inspec- 
tors. Witnesses Denys Hegemans, Jacob Hendricks and 
Johannes van Ekelen. Copy. 



1387 (R 3) 
1700 

April I 



RICHBELL, Ann, of Marronack, Westchester Co., 
gentlewoman. Children Elizabeth, Ann, grandchildren 
Anna Gidsey, Mary Williams, Mary Mott, James Mott, 
Adam Mott, son-in-law Capt. James Mott, Col. Stephen 
Cortlandt, granddaughters Anna, Mary, Grace, Elizabeth 
and Jane, Benjamin Collier. Personal property (a gold 
ring with an emerald stone). Executors Col. Caleb 
Heathcote, Richbell Mott and Lieut. John Horton. Wit- 
nesses John Stoakham, Jonathan Huestes and Obadiah 
Palmer. Copy. 



1388 (R 4) 

5th Anne 
June 28 

X707 
Octbr. 3 



ROBERTS, Benjamin, of Schinnechtady, Al- 
bany Co. Wife Mary, stepchildren Peter, Joseph, Elisa- 
beth and Fransyntje Clement. Farm at Maelwyck on 
the N, side of Schinnechtady River, personal property. 
The wife sole executrix. Witnesses John Sandersen 
Glen, Philipp Schuyler and Robert Livingston jun. 



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1389 (R S) 
1708 

Angr. 33 
Septbr. 9 

Dutch 



1390 (R 6) 

1709 

Jane 17 



1391 (R 7) 

1712 

Mays 

March 24 

1712-13 



1392 (R 8) 

March 5 

1725 
May 4 



X393 (R 9) 
1726 

Tone 17 

Octbr. 27 



ROOSA, Heyman, of Horly, Ulster Co. Chil. 
dren Allert, Nicolaes, Gysbert, Jannetie, wife of Philipp 
Hooghtylingh, Wyntie, wife of Willem Crom, Ragel and 
Lea. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
sons. Witnesses Jan Roosa, Mattys Low, Jacobus van 
Netten and Wm. Nottingham. 

ROKEBY, Philipp, of N. Y. City, chyrurgeon. 
Present wife Elizabeth, son Joseph. House and lot in 
Queen Str., N. Y., now occupied by Samuel Bourdet. 
personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Peter Mathews, William Chambers and Will Sharpas. 
Copy made Decbr. 7, 1749. 

REYERS, AnatiOi widow of Gerrit Reyersen of 
Albany (see No. 1385). Children Elbert, John Reyer, 
Maritie, wife of Harpert van Deusen. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons Elbert and Reyer. Witnesses 
Jan Lansingh, Anthony van Schaick and Thos. Williams. 

RUTSEN, John, of Knightsfield, Ulster Co. Wife 
Cathrine, son John and natural children, not named, 
wife's bro. and sister, vizt : Henry Beekman and Cornelia, 
wife of Gilbert Livingston, his own brother and sisters, 
not named. Real and personal property. The wife sole 
executrix. Witnesses Johannis Westbroeck, Joseph 
Wheeler and Johannis Schoon maker. 

ROSEN KRANS, Sarah, of Ulster Co. Mother 
Magdalena Rosenkrans, brothers Alexander and his son 
Hermanus, Derrick and son Harama Rosenkrans, sisters 
Rachel van Garden and her son Harma, Johanna Deven- 
port and her son John, Christenah Cortright and her son 
Hendrick, other children of bro. Alexander Rosenkrans 
vizt: Helenah and Johannes; Sarah Cole, Christenah van 
Garden. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers 
Hendrick and Derrick Rosenkrans. Witnesses Derick 
Krom, Derek de Witt and Willem Cortrecht. 



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1394 (R 10) ROUSLEY, Sarah, of N. Y. City, widow of Chris- 
Noybr. i topher Rousby, late of New Jersey. Children Christopher, 
Henry, William, Sarah, widow of Joseph Lathem, late of 
N. Y., and Elizabeth, wife of John Troup. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son Christopher and son-in- 
law John Troup. Witnesses Benj. Hildreth, Ab. van 
Wyck and Christr. Robert. Copy made Aug. 13, 1765. 

'395 (R") RYCKMAN, Albert, of Albany City, brewer. 

Decbr. 23 Children Tryntje, Peter, Harmanus, Margaret, Tobias and 
May'i Magdalena, 2 children of da. Mary, and " several " chil- 
dren of son Johannes. *' My estate." Executors sons 
Harmanus and Tobias and Benj. Brat. Witnesses Gerrit 
van Ness, Cornelius van Dyck and Henry Holland. 

*39^^(R") ROSIE, John, of Albany City. Jacob Perse and 

Jooe 14 wife Janetie, John Henry Lydius, Johannes van Vranken 
®^ ^' and wife Anatie, Gertruy Bareway, Jacob van Nosteram 

of Aequegenhoek, Jeremia van Rensselaer, Roelif Kidnie, 
Johannes, son of Jacob Perse, Barent Brat "my book 
keeper," Maritie Kidnie, Altie Milton, Reyer Gerritsen. 
Houses and lots in Albany, personal property. Execu- 
tors Reyer Gerritsen and Barent Brat. Witnesses Wil- 
lem van Allen, Jacob Rooseboom and Joseph Yates. 

^397 (R13) REDDINC, Jeremiah, of N. Y. City, joiner. 

Jany. 26 Father-in-law Thomas Beheuncc (?) sole heir and executor 

of real and personal estate. Witnesses John Kilmaster, 

Walter Dobbs and Sarah Cure. Copy made May 14, 

1761. 

1398 (Rm) REMSEN, Ceorge, of llarvourstraw Prect., 

JuiV z6 Orange Co., gentleman. Wife Elisabeth, children Tunis 

Septbr. 23 ^^^ Elisabeth, an expected child. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the wife, Thedorias Snedekcr and 
Theodorios Remsen. Witnesses John Paterson, Paulus 
van der Voort and Jonathan Rose jun. 



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'399^(R«5) REMSEN, Ceorge, of the Pond. Havcrstraw 

March 26 Precinct, Orange Co. Wife Sarah, children Theodorus» 
May la Ram> Ann, Ariete and Lambatie, grandchildren George 
and Lambatie Perhelmus. Lands adjoining Johannis 
Muts, a lot at Kines Rige, do. on Demerees Kil, do. ad- 
joining Jacob Perhelmus dec*d, on English Rige, per- 
sonal property (a large bible). Executors the wife and 
son Theodorus. Witnesses William James, Poulus van 
der Vort and Johannis Cuyper. 

MOO (R 16) RYPELE, John, of N. Y. City, baker. Wife 

Juiy z8 Catherine, Maria Catherine, da. of Martin Roehl dec'd, 
June a Sophia, da, of John Roerback, baker, Catharine, da. of 
John Francis Walter, dec'd, joiner, Johannes, son of Wil- 
liam Speeder, of Somerset Co., yeoman. House and lot 
in Stone Str. N. Y., personal property (plate). Execu- 
tors the wife, George Hrcnkerhof and Evert Byvanck. 
Witnesses Abraham Lodge, John van Cortlandt of N. Y. 
City esquire and William Williamson. Copy. 

Moi (R17) RUTCERS, Anthony, of N. Y. City, brewer. 

Angr. 2 Wife Cornelia, children Anneke, wife of Charles Crooke, 
Catherine, wife of Abraham Lynson, who had first hus- 
band Thomas Thong, Elshe, wife of Leonard Lispanar, 
Mary Rutgers and Alettia, wife of Dirck Lefferts, chil- 
dren of son Petrus dec*d, son of da. Anneke Crooke, who 
is blind, Anthony, son of dec*d son Anthony and wife 
Margaret. Real (h. and lot on Maiden Lane) and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife and daughters Elshe, 
Mary and Aletta. Witnesses John Roosevelt, Rapel. 
Goelet and John Chambers. Copy. 

140a (R 18) RYCKMAN, Peter, of Albany City, tailor. 

Septbr. 3 Children Wilhelmus (cut off with three shillings), Petrus, 
OctK%i grandda. Cornelia, da. of son Wilhelmus. Real and per- 
sonal estate (silverplate). Executor son Petrus, but his 
widow Catharine is made executrix Septbr. 22, 1750, her 
husband being dead. Witnesses John Jas. Roseboom, 
Eghbert Brat and J a. Stevenson. 



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1403 (R 19) RYCKMAN, Petrus, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Aug. 24 Wife Catharina, son Harmanus, da. Cornelia. House 
^D tch^ and lot in Albany, personal property. Executors the 

wife and Isaac Bogart. Witnesses Doctor Christoffel 
Kierstede, Jan Eltinge and Willem Eltinge. See pre- 
ceding No. 

1404 (Rao) RYCKMAN, Harmanis, of Albany City, brewer 
An|(. a8 (see No. 1 395). Bro. Tobias Ryckman, nephew Harme, 

qJ575^ son of bro. Peter Ryckman, late of Esopus (Kingston) 

dec*d, children of bro. John Ryckman, of sister Mar- 
garet Kip, dec'd, of sister Maria Brat dec'd, sisters 
Cathrina Bries and Magdalena Brat. Real and personal 
property. Executors bro. Tobias Ryckman and kins- 
man John Ja. Rose. Witnesses Johannis van Sante, 
esqre., David van Sante, and Johannes Myndersen jun., 
blacksmith. 

1405 (R21) RUMSEY, Simon, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., 
Jany. iz yeoman. Wife Phebe, children Simon, Daniel, James, 

April 9 Finnis, Nathan, Abigal, Ruth, Sarah and Phebe. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Daniel Everett and John 
Yalvarton, both of Goshen. Witnesses Jonathan Cory, 
Ebn. Holly and John Carpenter. 

1406 (R22) RUTTERY, Margt., of N. Y. City, widow. 
May 16 Cousin Henry Lane, sister Fommetje Hardenbrock, 

cousin Meliora Lewes, cousin Cornelia Norwood, cousin 
Elizebeth, da. of Richard Britton Deres, cousin van der 
Clif Norwood, cousin Catherin Lory. Real and personal 
estate. Cousin Cornelia Norwood sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Richard Kip, David Honson and Lawr. Wessells. 

M07^^j3»3) REYNOLDS, Elisabeth, of Florada, (Orange 

Septbr. 18 Co.), widow. Sons Austin Reynolds and Abraham 
]vilj^6 Chanler ; Sarah, da. of Timothy Clark ; wife of Richard 
Clark, widow Phebe Baly, Abraham Chanler jun. 
"Worldly estate." Executor son Abraham Chanler 
(Chandler). Witnesses Anthony Bradrick, blacksmith, 
and Nathan Elmer, surgeon, both of Orange Co. 



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1408 (R 24) 
Dccbr. xa 



1409 (R 25) 

1760 
Decor. 25 



Nov 



X774 
ivbr. 17 



X410 (R 26) 

1760 

May 22 

1761 
March 4 



1411 (R27) 

1760 

Decbr. 9 



14x2 (R 28) 

1762 

Tnne — 

Novbr. 20 



RODMAN, Joseph, o^ New Rochel, Westchester 
Co. Wife Helena, son Samuel of Flushing, L. I., grand- 
son Joscpli, son of son William dec*d., daughters Mary 
Hicks, Anne Riche, Sarah Bowne, Deborah Hicks, Eliza- 
beth Lispenard, grandson Joseph, son of son Samuel. 
Land at New Rochelle, bought of Anthony Lispenard, 
do. on Nehammany Creek, Bucks Co., Penna., do. in New 
Rochelle, bo't of Joseph Causten and Philipp Riche, 
do. bo*t of Isaac Secord, do. in Flushing, L. L, do in 
Pelham Manor, Westchester Co. adjoining Benj. Bowne 
and Isaac Contine, personal property (a silver teapot, 
plate). Executors bro. Thomas Rodman, son Samuel 
and son-in-law David Lespinard. Witnesses Susanna 
Willett, James flowler and Ino. Bartow. Copy made 
Septbr. 9, 1766. 

RENNEy JamOS, of New Town, Queens Co., car- 
penter. Wife Mary, children Samuel, Hannah, Marget 
and Sarah Culver. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife, son Samuel and Samuel Culver, Joseph 
Lawrence and Robert Field jun. Witnesses John Gos- 
line of said Co., yeoman, Jonathan Roberts and Robert 
Morrell. Copy. 

ROE, William, of Philipps Patent, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Eleanor, mother Margaret Roe, brothers James and 
Charles Roe, sisters not named. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the mother Margaret Roe and father- 
in-law George Corey. Witnesses Alexander Dowell of 
said Co., farmer, James Ackill and William Nelson. 

RAVEAU, Daniel, of N. Y. City. Daughters 
Jane, wife of John Pascot, Ann, wife of John King, son 
Daniel. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
children. Draft of will, not executed nor witnessed. 

ROSS, James Isaiah, of North East Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., merchant. Wife Margaret, brother Robert, 
of the Parish of St. John, Kilwarnon, Co. Down, Irld., 
son of testators father James Ross and wife Alice McGee, 



322 Calendar of Wills. 



late of Ballyknock, Parish of (late Magheralin) now St. 
John, Co. of Down, dec'd, niece Margaret Parks, John 
McGarrah, goddaughter Geertruyd Crannell, sister Mar- 
garet Gilmore, sister Mary, children of dec'd sisters Cath- 
erine and Jane, half sisters Sarah, wife of John Shaw and 
Arabella, wife of McDole, near Carrick Fergus, both 
daughters of father James Ross by his second wife Ara- 
bella Brown, nephew John Dougherty. Real and per- 
sonal estate (wrought plate). Executors Bartholomew 
Crannell and William Kennedy of N. Y., merchant. Wit- 
nesses Robert Hopkins, Petrus Knickerbacker and Adam 
Dings of Albany Co., yeoman. 

14x3 (R39) ROBISON, Jonathan, of Upper Dublin, Philadel- 

1766 
Febry. a pbia Co., Penna. Wife Elizabeth, children Robert, Jona- 

than, Rachel, wife of Doctor John Rockhill, Mary and 
John, merchant in Carolnioa, children of dec*d son Mauris 
Robison, grandda. Betsey, da. of Edward Robison. 
Real and personal property. Executors son Jonathan 
Robison of White Marsh, son-in-law Dr. John Rockhill 
of N. J. and da. Mary Robison. Witnesses Mary Yorke, 
David Morris and William Dewees. Copy made in Phil- 
adelphia Septbr I, 1768. 

i4i4(R3o) ROGERS, Israel, senior, of Wallkill Prect., Ul- 

1767 W w r 

Au^. 17 ster Co., yeoman. Wife Serrah, children Israel, Eliza- 

^7p5 beth. Marry, Daniel, Rachel, James, grandson Daniel 

Graham. Real and personal estate. Executors son James 

and son-in-law William Wilkin. Witnesses David Clark, 

William Reynolds, Peter Berry and William Wilkin. 

14150531) REID, John, of New Winsor Prect., Ulster Co. 
1768 
April a Children Mary Reid alias McClahry, Anne Reid, alias 

^77* Burnet, children of da. Jean Burns, vizt : William, Mary, 

Kathrine and Jean, James Burns, blacksmith, bro. 

Robert Reid and bro. Thomas Reid of Colerain, Co. of 

Derry, Ireland. Real and personal estate. Executors 

grandson James Burnett and da. Mary Reid alias Mc- 



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1416 (R 32) 

1768 

Jul J I a 

1782 
June 29 



M«7 (R 33) 

Septbr. 9 

1770 
April 26 
Germao 



1418 (R 34) 

1769 
March 15 

1771 
April 29 



1419 (R 35) 
1770 

Decbr. 5 

1774 ^ 
March 28 



1420 (R 36) 

1770 

Auff. 7 

Octbr. 20 



Clachry with her husband Patrick McClachry. Witnesses 
Mary McCahry, John McKnight and Thomas Clarke of 
Ulster Co., practicioner of pliysics. 

REEDERy Josiahi of Goshen, Orange Co., yeo- 
man. Wife Sarah, sons Samuel, Jacob, Peter, Stepen 
and Phih'pp. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and Thomas Wickham. Witnesses Daniel Denton, 
of Goshen Prcct., esquire, Jonas Denton and Jonathan 
Swayze. 

ROCKENFELLER, Diell, of the Camp, Albany 
Co. Wife Anna Gert, children Philipp, Simon, William, 
Diell, Christian, Piter, Elisabeth, Gert, Maria, Eva and 
Margret. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Simon, William, Peter, Diell and Philipp. Witnesses 
Pitter lleisler, Christian Philipp, both of East Camp, 
farmers, and Pctrus IMiilipp of Clavcrack, farmer. 

READE, Joseph, of N. Y. City, esquire. Wife 
Ann, children Lawrence, Joseph, John, Ann, widow of 
Garret van Home, Sarah, wife of James de Peyster, Mary, 
wife of Francis Stephens. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and the three sons. Witnesses Gabriel 
Ludlow, David Clarkson, both of N. Y. City, merchants, 
and Henry Cuyler. Copy. 

ROSEBOOM, AhasverUS, of Albany City,mer. 
chant. Sons Dirck and Gerrit. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses Dirk B. 
van Schoonhoven, Ragel Viser and Nanning Harmense 
Visscher. 

ROE| Nathaniel, of Florada, Goshen Precinct, 
Orange Co., farmer. Wife Mary, children Jonas, Eliza- 
beth Davis, Mary de Key, Abigail Allison, Deborah 
Knap and Nathaniel. Homefarm, land on the Long 
Ridge, said Precinct, personal property. Executors the 
two sons. Witnesses Michael Jackson esquire, John 
Thompson and Mary Jackson. 



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Mai (R 37) 

1771 

Septbr. 14 

Noybr. 7 



1422 (R 38) 

1773 
Mar 19 

Septbr. 27 



1423 (R 39) 

., "773 
Novbr. 15 

1774 
Janiy. 7 



1424 (R 40) 

X774 
Aug. 13 

Septbr. 3 



1425 (R 41) 

X774 
Febry. 2Z 

March 22 



ROW| Johrii of Little Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Wife Christenia, children Lydia, Elizabeth 
Streight, Catharine, Mary, John, Bastian, Philipp and 
Mark. Real and personal estate. Executors Annias 
Cooper and William Stewart. Witnesses Ananias 
Cooper, George Zufclt, yeoman, and William Stewart. 

RICHARD, Stephen, late of N. Y. City, now of 
Albany City, merchant. Wife Margaret, uncle John van 
Rensselaer, cousin Jeremiah van Rensselaer, mother 
Elizabeth Richard, cousins Stephen Randlc and Stephen 
Brown, John H.,son of Harmanis Schuyler. Houses and 
lots in N. Y. City and land, inherited from Uncle Paul 
Richard, personal property (a silver hilted sword, gold 
headed cane, gold sleeve buttons, do. stock buckle, silver 
shoe and knee buckles). Executors Philipp Livingston, 
John van Rensselaer and Abraham ten Broeck. Wit- 
nesses Peter W. Douw, Barent Rooseboom, mariners, and 
Robert Yates, attorney-at-law, all of Albany City. 

RENNE, Peter, of Rumbouts Precinct, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Mary, son John, daughters Sarah, Mary and 
Elizabeth, son-in-law John Lossee. " My estate." Ex- 
ecutors Samuel Dorland, John Lossee and John Renne. 
Witnesses Charity House, Hannah Allen and Gilbert 
Dorland. 

RUNSHAW, Martha, of N. Y. City, widow of 

John. Sons William and John, stepdaughter Margaret 
Runshaw, sister Mary Pell. Personal estate (gold sleeve 
buttons, marked M. S., large silver open work shoe 
buckles). Executors Peter Ricker and Aron Stockholm. 
Witnesses William Plowman, Adolph de Grove, hatter, 
and W. de Peyster. Copy. 

RIDER, John, of Dutchess Co. Wife Mary, chil- 
dren Ebenezer, Reuben, Zadoc, John, Christopher, Pa- 
tience, Mary, Rebeccah, Mehitebel, Hannah and Zuwiah, 
grandchildren Elenor, Hulda and Thomas Regan. Real 



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and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Simeon 
Rider and son Ebenezer. Witnesses Charles Cullen of 
South East Prect., Dutchess Co., merchant, Ebenezer 
Benedict and Stephen Rockwell. 

'4^^ <^4a) ROGERS, John, of Dutchess Co. Sons Richerd, 

Novbr. 5 John, Benjamin, daughters Charity Hustis, Easter Nelson, 

Jnli^A ^"^ ^"" Worren. Real and personal estate. Executors 

son Benjamin and Capt. Calip Nelson. Witnesses Gilbert 

Budd, farmer, Richard Hopper and Nathaniel Sarles. 

* 

1427 (R43) RAYNOR, William, of Rumbout Prect, Dutch- 

Septbr. 22 ess Co., yeoman. Wife Margret, children Jacob, John 
Mar^n ^"^ Martha, Real and personal estate. Executors Jacob 
Griffin, Ambros Lattin and Richard Southward. Wit- 
nesses Ambrose Latting, yeoman, George van Nostrand 
and Zephaniah Piatt of Poughkeepsie Prect., esquire. 

'^^?77^^^^ RUTSEN, Michael, of Poghkeepsie Precinct, 

April 27 Dutchess Co. Wife Abigail, children, not named, ilouse 

April '14 ^"^ '^^» '^"^ *" Charlotte Precinct, personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, Henry van der Burgh, esq., and Rich- 
ard Snediker, esq. Witnesses James Brooks, Ebenezer 
Badger, cordwainer, and Isaac Lothrop. 

1429 (R45) RICHARD, Elizabeth, widow of John, late of 

Decbr. z6 N. Y. City (see No. 1422). Brothers Killian, John and 
'779 Henry van Rensselaer, sons of Hendrick, nephew Stephen 

Ray, sister Lena Wendell, children of dec'd sisters An- 
natie Douw, Catharine ten Broeck, and Maria ten Broeck; 
nieces Mary Wendell and Mary, da. of bro. Killian van 
Rensselaer. Land on the Kinderhook Road, houses and 
lots on Broadway, near the Oswego Market, N. Y. City, 
and real property elsewhere, personal property. Execu- 
tors the three brothers van Rensselaer. Witnesses Guys- 
bert G. Marselis, Harmanus ten Eyck of Albany, skipper, 
and Jeremiah van Rensselaer, Paymaster 3d N. Y. Reg^. 
Also in Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, part 2, p. 21. 



326 Calendar of Wills. 



**3?JS^*^ RIKER, Abraham, of Dutchess Co, Wife Mar- 

March 31 garet, da. Jane, brothers children, vizt : Samuel, Jonathan 
M^c2 5 Lawrence, John and Cornelius Bradford ; Caty Colings. 
Land on Long Island, personal property. Executors the 
wife and Jonathan Lawrence. Witnesses Catherine Brad- 
ford and Jonathan Lawrence of N. Y. City, esquire. 
Proved in N. Y. City. 

M3i^(R47) RAYNOR, Joseph, of Southampton, L. 1. Wife 

May 8 Mary, children Thirston, Isaac, John, Josiah, Mary, Han- 

nah and Elizabeth. Lands in the Great Plains, at Shina- 
cock, at Great Neck, at Wicopague, personal property. 
The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Henry Peirson jun., 
and John Laughton. Copy. 

M33^(R48) REITSER, Conrad, of Livingston Manor, yeo- 

May 5 man. Anna Stall (? Hall), nephew Hendrick Stall (Hall ?) 

Fern! 6 senior. Real and personal estate. Executors Samuel 

ten Broeck and Antonius Sneider. Witnesses Richard 

McMullen, Casper Hamm, farmer, and William Lee. 

1433 (R49) ROCKEFELLER, William, of the East Camp. 

April 10 Albany Co. Wife , sons William, Jacob, Harmen, 

Octir 13 John, daughters Hannah, Gertgen and Lana, an expected 
child. Real and personal property. Executors William 
Diederich of Ulster Co., Diell Rockefeller and Philipp 
Rockefeller. Witnesses Johannes Lasher, of the German 
Gamp, said Co., yeoman, Margaret Holzapple and Chris- 
tian Rockefeller. 

'434^^3^50) RODMAN, Thomas, late of Flushing. L. I., now 

Janry. 27 of Fishkil, Dutchess Co. Wife Martha, da. Elisabeth, 
May I ^'^^ mother, sisters Ann Field, Hannah Hicks, Caroline 
Bown and Penelope Shoemaker, nieces Margaret Hicks 
and Elizabeth Tom ; Clarissa, da. of widow Rachel North. 
Farm in Flushing, land in New York, personal property. 
Executors the wife, brothers-in-law Charles Hicks and 
James Bown, (bro. John mentioned). Witnesses Thomas 
Williams, jun. of Dutchess Co., trader, Aspinwall Cornwell 
and Robert Williams. 



Calendar of Wills. 327 



'^35(R5x) ROOSA, Isaac, of Schenectady, Albany Co. 

Jnhr 24 Wife Maria, children Johannes, Annatje, Reikert, Mag- 

ctbr. 10 tildie, Jacobus and Maas van Franken. Real and per- 

sonal estate. Executors the wife, Christopher Yates and 

Dirk van Ingen. Witnesses Abraham Fonda, esquire, 

Seymen Schermerhoren and John Clute, blacksmith. 

1436 (R 52) ROBBINS, Zebulon, of Albany Co. Wife 

June 25 Louis, daughters Comfort Stillman, Sarah Douglas, Han- 
1783 nah Kellogg, Abigail Darrow and her husband Samuel 

Darrow " the last two having behaved in a very unduti- 
full and Disrispectfull manner" are cut off, Mary 
Ketchum. Real and personal estate. Executors sons- 
in-law Josiah Stillman and Aaron Kellogg. Witnesses 
Mat. Adgate of Kings District, Albany Co. esquire, Itha- 
mar Mallory and Lewis Graves. Endorsed " I Louis 
Robbins do hereby fully agree and consent to the last 
Will and Testament of my Dear and Beloved Husband 
Zebulon Robbins as it is Within Written in Witness 

whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this 

day of June 1782. 

in Presents of (not signed) 

M37 (RS3) REYFENBERCER, John, jun, of Little Nine 
Octbr. 24 Partners, Dutchess Co. Wife Eva, children Johannis, 
Ianry^i2 Catherine, Anna, Eva, George and Daniel, father Jo- 
hannes Reyfenberger, and bro. Daniel. Leasehold 
estate, personal property. Executors the father and the 
brother. Witnesses John L Meyer, Lancaster Burting 
and Felix Lewis, yeoman. 

1438(^54) RANDALL, Marianne, of N. Y. City, widow. 

May 7 Widow Lanah Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, living in 
May 12 Barrack Street, N. Y. Houses and lots in N. Y. City. 
Nuncupative will, proved by the testimony of Catherine 
Eckart, Catherine Willis, widows, and Mrs. Abigail Cock, 
all of N. Y. City. John Cock, gardener, and Abraham 
Eckart, grocer, next friends to dec*d, appointed adminis-. 
trators. Copy. 



328 



Calendar of Wills. 



M39 (R 55) 

1782 

April 19 
Octbr. 5 



ROSECRANTS, Daniel, of Goshen Precinct, 
Orange Co., farmer. Wife Catrein, six sons and one 
daughter, not named. Land on Lackewaney Line and 
other real estate, personal property. Executors son 
Mannes Couchendale and bro. Jacob Cole. Witnesses 
Alexander Campbell of said Prect., schoolmaster, and 
Benjamin Cole. 



1440 (R 56) 

Decbr. 3 

Julys 



ROSEKRANS, Elijah, of Rochester Township, 
Ulster Co. Wife Hannah, children Antje, Maria, Sarah 
and Peternella. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, Derick Wesbrook, Cornelius Hardenbergh and 
bro. Zachariah Rosekrans. Witnesses John Depuy jun.. 
Jacobus Davenport jun. of Marbletown and John Evans 
of Rochester, physician. 



X44X (R 57) 

Decbr. 30 

1784 
July 22 



REICHERT (Rikard), David, of Rhinebeck 

Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, children 
Joseph, Johannes, Henry, Jacob, David, Philipp, Zacharia, 
Barent, Susannah, wife of Lodwick Elsefer, Mary, widow 
of Uury Siperly, and Catherine, wife of Wilhelmus Feller, 
stepdaughter Elizabeth Counes. Real and personal 
estate (*' my Big Dutch Bible "). Executors son Joseph 
and sons-in-law Lodwick Elsefer and Wilhelmus Feller. 
Witnesses Will. Cockburn, James Cockburn, farmer, and 
Philipp Verplanck. 



1442 (R 58) 

1784 

April 9 

May 7 



RIDER, William, of Cakeate, Haverstraw Prect., 
Orange Co., farmer. ** I give and bequeath to Martha, 
daughter of my Lawful daughter Phebe, with Elizabeth, 
Suckey and Miller, my two twines the part of Lydias 
estate . . . , I give and bequeath this ... on 
an Equal Division among my Lawful Daughters and 
Grand Daughter ... to be Divided among the 
Boys, namely William, Joseph & Ino. and my Jemima 
to have her Liveing of the Boys place, till the Boys 
comes of Age and my Lawful Wife to have her Liveing 



Calendar of Wills. 



329 



M43 (R 59) 
1789 

Febry. 18 
French 



1444 (R 60) 
Decbr. 29 



Apri 



1795 



1445 (R 61) 

X802 

Jniie7 

1804 

Febry. 7 



of the whole Farm. . . ." Executors William Smith 
and John Palmer. Witnesses Mathew Coe, wheelwright, 
John Cox, yeoman and Isaac Smith. 

ROITENBOURC, Ernest Cuillaume, 

Baron de, late of Lausanne, Switzerland, now of 
N. Y. City. Kinsman Philipp August Hennequin de 
Rottenbourg, citizen of N. Y., but now at Lyons, France, 
sole heir and executor of real and personal estate. Wit- 
nesses R. J. van den Broek, Not. Public, Ph. Dubey and 
Sigismund Huggct. Seal. This instrument was sewn 
into a parchment pocket and was still sealed. 

ROSSET, Ferdinand Antoine Henry, late of 

Lausanne, Switzerland, now of N. Y. State. Wife Cecile 
Caroline Cazcnovc, children Antoinette Marie Sophie, 
Antoinette, Richard Frederic Thcophilc, Henry Nicholas 
Quirin ; Antoine Augustc Thcophilc, Ernest Emilc, and 
Cecile Henriette; Claudine Pointet, Jean Sutter. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife with the assis- 
tance of William Bayard and John Linklaen, both of 
N. Y. State, for the property in the U. S., of bro .-in-law 
Marc Antoine Cazenove d'Arlens of Lausanne aforesaid 
for property in Switzerland and France, of Charles 
Theophile Cazenove of London for property in England 
and bro.-in-law Theophile Cazenove of Amsterdam for 
the general direction of the children. Witnesses Noel 
John Barbarin, William W. Morris and Chles. Malenfant. 
Seal blurred, device: "Ardua Vincit Omnia Virtus 
(Virtue overcomes all difficulties). 

RALEICH, Walter, of Cambridge, Washington 
Co. Wife Abigail (second wife) ; children by first wife 
John, James, Edmund, Walter, Polly and Hannah, son 
by second wife not named. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Austin Wells, John H. Roll and son John N. 
Raleigh, of Westmoreland, Oneida Co., in 1804. Wit- 
nesses Ebenezer Allen, Austin Wells and James Wells. 



330 Calendar of Wills. 



144MR62) ROOSEVELT, Jacobus, of N. Y. City, mer- 

chant. Children Isaac and Adolphus, children of dec'd 

da. Helena Barclay, grandchildren Nicholas Roosevelt, 
son of dec'd son Nicholas, James Cromeline, Peter Roose- 
velt and Jacobus Roosevelt jun., son of dec'd son Chris- 
topher, grandda. Catherine, wife of Abraham van Ranst 
of Bushwyck, L. I., who has son John Roosevelt van 
Ranst. Real property at Rariton Landing, East New 
Jersey, purchased from Evert Dayking, farm at Bush- 
wyck, L. I., purchased from heirs of John Alberson, 
houses and lots in Roosevelt Str., Out Ward, N. Y. City, 
No. 69, 89, 169, 170 and 193 St. James Str., in John Str., 
North Ward, at Pecks Slip, Montgomery Ward. Draft 
of will, part missing. 

1447 (R63) RECNIER, Jacob, unsigned and undated part of 

the probate of the will of. 

J44« REMSEN, Dority,ofN.Y.City. NephewsHenry 

Pebry.— and Joris, sons of bro. Henry Remsen, Jeronimus A., son 
lany o ^^ ^^^^ Remsen, mother Catalina Remsen, brothers Joris 
and Henry Remsen, sister Phcbe Remsen. "Worldly 
estate." Executors the two brothers and cousin Jeroni- 
mus A. Remsen. Witnesses John W. Vredenburgh, 
hatter, James Cobham and Dorithy Kip. Recorded in 
Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. 13. 

J4J9 RICH, Abraham, of Mile Square. Wife , 

Jany. 22 son Lewis and three others, not named, da. Sarah. Real 

March I < ^"^ personal estate. Executors bro. Jacob Rich and 

Thomas VoUentine. Witnesses George Crawford of 

Westchester Co., Stephen Davis and Cornelius McCarthy. 

Proved in Westchester Co. Recorded ut supra, p. 71. 

M50 ROOMER, John, of New Harlem, Out Ward, N. 

Apni s Y. City. Wife Margaret, da. Angenelia, eldest son of 

Apri/7 Beter Waldron of New Harlem. Real and personal 

estate. Executors Peter Waldron and Arent Bussing. 

Witnesses Daniel McGown, Cornelius Sickles of the Out 

Ward, tailor, and William Moore. Recorded ut supra, 

P- "7- 



Calendar of W^ls. 



33» 



1^ 

Dccbr. lo 



RENAUDET, Adrian, of Philaddphia, PemuL, 
gentleman. John James and James, sons of dec*d 
nephew James White, children of dec*d sister Ann« vizi : 
Sarah Furman, Townsend White jun., John White, Isa- 
bella Edgar and Ann Constable, bro. Peter Renaudet^ 
sisters Jane Osbom, Elizabeth Beekman and Mary Chev- 
alier. Real and personal estate. Executors nephew 
Moore Furman of Trenton, N. J., and John Duffield of 
Philadelphia. Copy of a copy, made at Philadelphia, 
July 3, 1787. Recorded ut supra, p. 173. 



1780 

1788 
Febry.aS 



RODCERS, Thomas, of N. Y. City, mariner. 
Mai^raret Marsh sole heiress and executrix of personal 
estate. Witnesses John Evans of N. Y. City, lumber 
merchant, and Hester Marsli. Recorded ut supra, p. 179. 



178! 

March 15 

AprUi7 



RIPLEY, Eijphalet, son of Joshua, of Windham, 
ConnL, now in N. Y. City. Sister Polly Ripley and sur- 
viving brothers and sisters, S. & T. H. Delap of Bor- 
deaux, F'rance. Real and personal estate. Executors 
George Flagg, esquire, and Major Robert Alden. Wit- 
nesses John Ritsen, John de la Mater of N. Y. City, 
merchant, and M. Willett. Recorded ut supra, p. 191. 



1784 

Jnlj 10 

1788 

March 22 



ROBERTSON, James, of New Digging, County 
of F*ife, North Britain, and Wcmpole Street, Parish of St. 
Mary Le Bone, Co. of Middlesex, esquire, Lieut.-General 
of II. M. forces. Wife Anni, grandda. Anne Henderson. 
Real and personal estate. Executors and trustees the 
wife, John Melville of Caime, Scotland, esquire, and Wil- 
liam Lumsdane, of Edinburgh, writer to His Majesty's 
signet in Scotland. Witnesses Richard Carrigul, Samuel 
Willis and William Lancaster. Codicil of Septbr. 18, 1787, 
adds names of nephews John Cowe and John Melville. 
Witnesses Ja. Chalmer, Will Moncurr and William 
Dewer (?). Recorded ut supra, p. 193. 



332 Calendar of Wills. 



j^ll READ, Thomas, of Philadelphia, Penna., mariner 

May 13 and merchant. Wife Mary sole heiress and executrix. 
JuneM Houses and lots at Christiana Bridge, Whitely Creek 
Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware, do. in Bordentown, 
Chesterfield Township, Burlington Co., N. J. Witnesses 
James Nicholson of N. Y. City, gentleman, Clement 
Stocker and John Nicholson. Proved in N. Y. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 237. 

ni^ ROSS, Thomas, seaman on board the ship America. 

Septbr. 13 Shipmate Malcolm Taylor, who is made administrator, 

Au^K ^^^^ ^^ ^" effects. Witnesses Abraham Dawson, Robert 

Pearce, both mariners, and David Bridge. Recorded ut 

supra, p. 239. 

I794 ROSE, William, of Broms Grove, County of 

April x8 Worcester, Great Britain, tallow chandler. Wife Martha, 

Novbr. 17 children William, Thomas, Abigail and Sarah. Real 

estate " in Great Britain, America or wheresoever else in 
the known world," personal property. Executors the 
wife and Rev. William Wells, '' late dissenting Minister 
of Broms Grove, but now of Medford, near Boston, 
America." Witnesses Isabella HoUowell, Elizabeth Hol- 
lowell and Jos. Brettell. Proved in N. Y. by testimony of 
the widow Martha Rose, the only son Thomas Rose and 
Martha Lea of N. Y. City, spinster. Recorded ut supra, 

p. 453. 
M58 RILLIET, Isaac Robert, of Geneva, Switzerland, 

1702 w 7 r 

July 17 son of Isaac. Wife , nieces Madame d'Orvilliers, da. 

}V\ of bro. ? Jane Marianne Diodati, wife of James 

Massi, grandnieces Annie Marie Holme Diodati, Anne 
Marie Hubbard Diodati, grandnephew Frederic, son of 
nephew Capt. de Stoutz, goddaughters Madame Turret- 
tin, n^e Gremes, Anne Marie, da. of Mr. Masbon, Sarah, 
da. of the late Bartholomy Hermebez, niece Madame de 
Stoutz, Henrietta Brun, formerly waiting woman to the 



Calendar of Wills. 



333 



wife, sister widow Diodati, brother Jacques Rilliet, niece 
Madame Huber. Real and personal property. No ex- 
ecutor named. Proved at London, and Captain Charles 
Frederic Laurent Stoutz, nephew of testator, made ad^ 
ministrator with direction to render accounts to testator's 
sisters Marie Aim^e Diodati, bro. James Rilliet, niece 
Marie Aim^e, wife of Francis Huber and Jeanne Mari- 
anne Rilliet, testator's widow. Recorded ut supra, p. 544. 



MS9 
1784 

Jnne 17 
Jniy 22 



R APALJ E, Jeromus, of Cow Neck, North Hemp- 
stead, Queens Co. The mother, sister Jane Thome and 
her children, vizt. Stephen and Edward, half sister Sybel 
Thorne, reputed Uncle Jacobus Lefferts. " My estate." 
Executor uncle Jacobus Lefferts of N. Y. Witnesses 
David Brooks, Hannah Brooks and Thomas Thorn of N. 
Y. City, grocer. Recorded ut supra, p. 555. 



1460 
1814 

Octbr. 6 
1816 

Jany. 31 



ROLES, Myndert, of Schenectady. Nicholas P. 
Veeder, sole heir and executor of real and personal prop- 
erty. Witnesses Myndert van Guysling, John McMichael 
and Harvey Church. Recorded ut supra. Vol. H., p. 334. 



1461 
NoTbr. 2 



RUSSELER, William, late seaman in his Bri- 
tannic Majesty's service, letters of administration on the 
estate of, granted to his mother Sophia Russeler of N. Y. 
City, widow. Recorded ut supra, Vol. HL, p. 48. 



1462 

Septbr. 4 

1764 
March 13 



RAPALJE, Jorls (George), of the Ferry, Brook- 
land Township, Kings Co. Wife Dina, sons John, Ger- 
rit, daughters Cornelia, wife of Abraham Lott of N. Y. 
City and Antje. Real and personal estate. Executors 
bro. Jeronimus Rapalje and bro.-in-law John Middagh. 
Witnesses WiUiam Edmonds, Jacob Remsen, whose sig- 
nature is proved by his son Rem Remsen, of Bruycklin 
merchant, and Adrian liegeman, signature proved by his 
son Joseph Hegeman of Bruycklin Ferry, baker. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 66. 



334 



Calendar of Wills. 



NoTbr. 15 

1829 
March 23 



ROSEBOOM, John J. Sister Elizabeth, wife of 
Conrad Gansevoort, of Albany City, esquire, bro. Abraham 
Roseboom. Land in Sacondaga Patent, h. & 1. in Albany 
and other real estate, personal property. Executors the 
brother and his son John. Witnesses Gardner Blair, 
William Graham of Middlefield, Otsego Co., farmers, 
and James Brackett. Codicil of Feby. 2, 1826, is wit- 
nessed by James Brackett of Cherry Valley, Otsego Co., 
counsellor at law, Henry Lawrence of Cherry Valley, far- 
mer, and James Ferris of the same place, labourer. Re- 
corded ut supra. Vol. V., p. 67. 



X164 

x«39 . 
Jane xo 

Dntch 



ROELOFFSEN, Roeloff. Laurens Pietersen 
van Tonsback sole heir of real and personal property. 
Witnesses Pieter Jansen and Hans Stam. N. Y. Col. 
MSS., L, p. 138. 



1165 
1643 

May 19 
Dutch 



ROY, Jacob Jacobsen, gunner, sick at the house 
of Hendric Westercamp. Jacob Reynsen and Teunis 
Jansen, sailmaker, sole heirs and executors of real and 
personal estate. Witnesses Pierre Pia, Ulderick Blauw(?) 
and Cornells van Tienhoven, Secretary. N. Y. Col. MSS., 

n., p. 58. 



1466 

1046 

Octbr. x8 

Dutch 



RINCO, Philipp Jansen, from Flushing, Hoi- 
land. Comrade Anthony Crol sole heir of common prop- 
erty. Witnesses Adriaen van Tienhoven, Jacob Hen- 
dricksen Kip and Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secry. N. Y. 
Col. MSS., IL, p. 150. 



1062 
Aug. 29 

Dutch 



RINCHOUT, Daniel, of Beverwyck, bachelor, 36 
years old. Brothers Jan Rinchout, of Beverwyck, and 
Aertman Rinchout, living in Pommerania. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Witnesses Jan Verbeeck, Jan Koster van 
Acken, Dirck van Scheluyne, Notary. Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 256. 



Calendar of Wills. 335 



\y^ REIMS, Edward, of Albany, victualler. Wife 

Septbr. 14 Elisabeth ; Daniel Wilkeson, John Taylor, drummer in 
Septbr. 24 Capt. James Weemes* Company. Personal estate. Ex- 
ecutor Lieut. Henry Holland. Witnesses John Collins, 
John Oliver and John Carr. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. 82. 

ad^ASn RINCKHOUT, Jurrlaen, son of John, of Shin- 

Febry. 2 nechtady, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, children 
March 30 Teunis, 17 yrs. old, Effie, 12 yrs., Jan, 9 yrs., Daniel, 5 

yrs., Jannetie, 3 yrs, Ida, i year. Real estate in Shin- 
nechtady, N. Y., and elsewhere, personal property. The 
wife executrix with Capt. Johannis Bleecker and Jean 
Rosie as trustees. Witnesses David Schuyler, Justice, 
Robert Livingston jun. and Jean Rosie. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 104. 

M70 REYERSEN, Gerrit, and wife Annatie, children 

March 9 o^ vizt. Jan Gerritsen, Reyer Gerritsen, Maritie and son- 

in-law Harpert Jacobsen, receipt to their eldest brother 

Elbert Gerritsen for their share of parents estate. Albany 

Co. Records, Deeds E, p. 223. 

J746 ROSEBOOM, Robert, of Albany City, merchant. 

Aug. 8 Wife Ryckje, brothers Hendrick, Ahasverus, Geysbert and 
Apru Q John, sister Elsje Roseboom. Real and personal prop- 
erty. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Robt. San- 
ders, merchant, William Rogers and Abraham Wendell. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 295. 

1472^ (S I) SALISB U RY, Silvester, of Albany Co., Captain. 

Aug. 26 Wife Elizabeth, children Francis, 9 yrs. old, Silvester, 6 
yrs. and Mary, 13 months. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the Right Honourable Sir Edmund Andros, 
Knight, Governour General, brother Peter Jacobsen Mau- 
rius and Jacob Tunissen Key. Witnesses Johannes Wen- 
del and Robert Livingston. Copy. 



336 



Calendar of Wills. 



1683, o. s. 

May X 

1683-4 

March 4 

Dutch 



SCHUYLER, Philipp, of Albany, late Magis- 
trate, and wife Margarita van Slichtenhorst. The sur- 
vivor, children Arent, 22 years old, Philipp, 17 yrs., 
Johannes, 15 yrs., Margriet, 11 yrs., Geertruy, wife of 
Stephanus van Cortlandt, Alida, wife of Robert Living- 
ston, Peter, and Brant. Real and personal property. 
No executors named, letters testamentary granted to the 
widow. Witnesses Cornelis van Dyck and Dirck Wessells. 



M74(S3) 
XO88 

May 21 

Apnl XX 



SCHUYLER, David, of Albany City, merchant. 
Wife Catelyntie, children Peter, Geertruy, Abraham, 
Maritje, David, Myndert, Cobus and Catelyntje. Real 
and personal property. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Dirck Wessells (ten Broeck) and Jan Peeck. 



M7S (S 4) 

1700 
April 3 



SYLVESTER, Nathaniel, of Easthampton, Suf- 
folk Co. Wife Margret, children Nathniel, Grizell, Brin- 
ley, Margret. Land on Shelter Island, personal property. 
Witnesses James Brading, Matthias Burnat, John Meriy 
and Abiel Carll. Codicil of April 24, 1705, appoints 
Benj. Newberry and Arnold Collins as executors and is 
witnessed by Francis Brinley, Caleb Arnold and Willm. 
Coddington. Proved at Newport, R. I., probated July 4, 
1705, in New York. Copy. 



1476 (S 5) 

X70X 
May 24 



SMITH, Joseph, of N. Y. City, merchant. Wife 
Mary, da. Ann. Real and personal estate. The wife 
sole executrix. Witnesses Jacobus Vanderspiegcl, Wel- 
lem Seckerly and Will. Sharpas. Copy made Aug. 14, 

1755. 



1477 (S 6) 

1701 
April I 

1707 
Octbr. 4 

Dutch 



SWITS, Isaac, of Schinnechtady. Wife Susanna 
Groot, children Cornelis, Symon, Abraham, Aryaentie, 
Rebecca, Isaac, Jacob, and Claes. Real and personal 
property. Executors son Cornelis Isaacsen, the wife and 
Captain Evert Banker. Witnesses Anthony van Schaick 
and Anthony Koster. 



Calendar of Wills. 



337 



1478 (S 7) 

1708 

Aug. 17 
April 9 



1479 (S 8) 
1712 



1480 (S 9) 

1717 
April 5 

1719 
April 8 



1481 (S 10) 

1717 
NoTbr. 10 

Octbr. 9 



1482 (S II) 

I 720-1 

Jany. 5 

March 2 



STEPHENSON, Stephen, of Port Royal, Island 
of Jamaica, mariner. George Hall of Port Royal, chirur- 
geon, sole heir and executor of real and personal prop- 
erty. Witnesses Edward Reeves, John Johnson and 
George Evans. Proved at St. Jago de la Vega, Jamaica. 
David Minvielle of N. Y. City, merchant, appointed 
attorney of executor. 



SELYNS, 



This is a paper, endorsed "Part 



of the will of ? Selyns 17 12" and mentions Abraham 
Gouverneur, Isaac Gouvemeur and Elizabeth Nessepat, 
children of sister Magtel Nessepat, to whom three-sixths 
of the residuary estate are bequeathed. Not dated nor 
signed. 

SCHERMERHOORN, Reyer, of Schonec- 

tady, Albany Co., esquire. Wife Aryantie, children John, 
Jacob, Acrent, Janneke, wife of Volkcrt Symonsen, chil- 
dren of dec'd da. Cataline, late wife of John Wemp, vizt. 
Mindert, Ryert and Ariantie, bro. Luycas Schermerhoorn, 
Willihelmus, son of Garrit Symonsen, Hannah, da. of the 
same, Aryantie Symonsen, wife of Daniel Danielsen. 
Real estate in Schonectady, in Albany Co., in the Rare- 
tons, East New Jersey, personal property. Executors 
the three sons. Witnesses Dowe Aukes, Capt. Philipp 
Schuyler and Philipp Verplanck. Seal. 

STEVENSON, Thomas, of Bucks Co., Penna. 

Wife , children Samuel, Edward, Ann, Sarah, Elie 

and Olif or Elie OUif, children of brothers William and 
John. Real and personal estate, partly derived from 
father-in-law Jenings. Executors the wife and Joseph 
Kirkbride. Witnesses Anna Marriot, John Anford and 
Benj. Field. Proved in Pennsylvania. Copy. 

SLOSS, John, of Fairfield. Wife Esther, daugh- 
ters Sarah, Ellen and Deborah, sister Anna, in Scotland. 
" My manour of Eatons Neck, L. I.," property in Scot- 
land, personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Nathaniel Whitehead, Elisabeth Whitehead and 
Major Peter Burr. Copy. 



338 



Calendar of Wills. 



1483 (S 12) 

1723-4 

Febiy. 15 

Septbr. 20 
uatch 



1484 (S 13) 

1723 
March 30 

Decbr. i 



1485 (S 14) 

1729 

Decbr. 9 

1730 

NoTbr. 7 

Dutch 



14W (S 15) 

1732-3 
Jany. 11 

X733 
June 2 



SCHEPMOES, Dirck, of Kingston Corporation, 
Ulster Co. Wife Maragrietie Tappen, daughters Anna, 
Aryantie, Sara, Dirikye, Ragell, Leea and Rebecca, sons 
Willem, Johannes. Real and personal estate. Johannis 
Hardenbergh, Pieter Tappen and Hendrick Pruyn guar- 
dians, and with Willem Schepmoes, Thuenes Tappen, 
Bamardus Swartwout, Barent van Waagenen, Aldert 
Roosa, executors. Witnesses Gilbert Livingston, Ino. 
Rutsen, Salomon Davis and Jacobus van Dyck. 

SYMES, Lancaster, of New York City, gentle- 
man. Wife Catherine, children Elizabeth, John, Hen- 
drick, Lancaster, Richard, grandson Richard Gree^, son 
of dec'd da. Catherine Gree». Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife, son John Hendrick and 
Adolph Philipps, esquire. Witnesses Samuel Bayard, 
Richard Stillwell and Fredk. Morris. Codicil of March 
28, 1727, describes testator as late of N. Y. City, now of 
Albany, makes different disposition of land near Haver- 
straw, Orange Co., and appoints all his children and the 
grandson executors. Witnesses Edd. Holland, Jeremiah 
van Rensselaer and William Hopkins. 

SCHOONMAKER, Joachim, of Kingston, 

Ulster Co. Wife Antje Hussey, sons Cornelius, Hen- 
drick, Vredrick, Jacobus, Benjamin, Jan, Joachim, Daniel, 
daughters Tryntje, wife of Jacobus Bruyn, Elsje, widow 
of Joseph Haasbrock, Jacomyntje, wife of Johannis 
Miller, Grietje, wife of Moses Dupuis jun., Elizabeth, wife 
of Benjamin Dupuis, Antje, wife of Cornells Wynkoop, 
Sarah, wife of Jacobus Dupuis. Real and personal 
property. Executors sons Cornells, Vredrick and 
Jacobus. Witnesses Johannis Hardenburgh, Jurryan 
Tappen, Hendrick Sleght and Ger. van Wagenen. 

SMITH, William, of Grey-Court, Goshen Pre- 
cinct, Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Mary sole heiress and 
executrix of "worldly estate/* Witnesses John Smith, 
Samuel Seely and Samuel Seely jun. At date of proof 



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the widow Mary Smith has become the wife of William 
Jackson. 



1487 (S 16) 

X733 
Aug. 7 

X73S 
Decbr. 4 



SICARD, Ambroise, senior, of New Rochelle, 
Westchester Co., yeoman. Wife Jeane, children Am- 
broise, Magdalen Williams, Judith Dubois, Daniel, Paul. 
Real and personal estate. Executors nephew Peter 
Sicard and John Badaux. Witnesses Danl. Giraut, 
Daniel Angevine and John Constant. Copy. 



1488 (S 17) 
1734 

Septbr. 14 

173s 
April 28 



STAATS, Jacob, of Albany City, chyrurgion. 
Wife Isabella, children Deborah, wife of Hendrick Rose- 
boom, Catherine, widow of Gose van Schaik, grandson 
Jacobus van Schaik. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors son-in-law Hendrick Roseboom and grandson 
Jacob Roseboom. Witnesses Reyer Gerritse, Joseph 
Yates and Wm. Hopkins. 



1489 (S 18) 
1731 (?) 

Decbr. 27 

173a 
April 22 



1490 (S 19) 

Septbr. II 

NoTDr. I 



SMITH, Caleb, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeoman. 
Wife Phebe, sons Henry, John, Isaac, Elias, Jeremiah 
and Timothy, daughters Phebe and Sarah, an expected 
child. Real and personal property. Executors Wait 
Smith, Isaac Ludlow, both of Goshen, and Nehemiah 
Smith jun. of Jamaica, Queens Co. Witnesses John 
Thomson, James Tomson and Joshua Smith. 

STILLWELL, Elizabeth, of Jamaica, Queens 
Co., widow. Da. Meriam Marsh ; Mary, wife of Samuel 
Southward of Hempstead, Easter, wife of John Sayre of 
N. Y. City, tailor ; Elizabeth, da. of Samuel Southward, 
Elizabeth, da of John Saye, grandda. Elizabeth, da. of 
James Milward and dec*d da. Elizabeth. "Worldly 
estate (eighteen silver spoons of 2 ounces each). Ex- 
ecutors John Sayre and Jarvis Mudge junior of Oyster 
bay, Queens Co. Witnesses W. Lawrence, Joost Lemsen 
and Hester Lawrence. At date of proof John Sayre is 
described as of Philadelphia, Penna., shopkeeper. 



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X491 (S 20) 

i737-« 
Febry. 21 

X746 

Jones 

untch 



SWYTS, Jannetie, widow of Cornelius, of Roches- 
ter, Ulster Co. Husband's sister Aploniea Aken, sister 
Rachel Bogardus, nieces Jenneke Wynkoop, Cathariena 
de Duytser, Margriet Oosterhout, friend Arieantie Hoorn- 
beek. Personal estate. Executors cousin Egbert de Witt 
and niece Barber Tapper. Witnesses Maria Hoornbeek, 
Annetye Hoornbeek, and Cornelus Hoombeek. Codicil 
of May 29, I739> makes niece Jenneke Wynkoop residuary 
legatee and co-executrix. Witnesses Cornelus Horn- 
beek, Maria Hornbeek and Willem C. Kool. 



1492 (S 21) 
NoTbr. xo 



SHERMAN, Dorothy, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Elizabeth, wife of Alexander Hope of Philadelphia, mari- 
ner, who has son Francis Johnson, cousin Edward Cox 
and his da. Dorothy, Mary and Dorothy, daughters of 
John ten Brook, cartman, Hannah, wife of Peter Flem- 
ing, Thomas Ming, Elisabeth, da. of Thomas Corvin. 
Real and personal estate (a gold locket, do. sleevebuttons, 
3 silver spoons, a gold ring). Executors Elizabeth Hope, 
Edward Man, of N. Y., cooper, and Abraham Lodge, at- 
torney-at-lkw. Witnesses I. Brown, John Lyne and Law 
van der Spiegel. Copy made April 6, 1764. 



1493 (S 22) 

1737 
Aug. 30 

X747 
NoTbr. 2 



SIMSON, Peter, of Batemans(Beekmans) Precinct, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, sons Joseph, Peter, 
Abel and Isaac. Real and personal estate. Executors 
John Carmon and Peter Simson. Witnesses Thomas 
Barker, William Humfrey and Joshua Champlin. 



X494 (S 23) 

1739 
Aug. X3 

Aug, 22 



SCOT, James, of Kingston, U'ster Co. Wife 
Elizabeth, children William, Majory and Jannetie. Real 
and personal estate. Executors bro. William Scot, Major 
Johannis Hardenbergh and Abraham Hasbrouck. Wit- 
nesses J. Elmendorpf, Coernelus Elmendorph and Abra- 
ham Hardenbergh. 



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M95 (S 24) 

1739 
Jnne 13 

X747 
Aug.. xo 



1496 (S 25) 

1739 
March 37 

Juiy24 



SCHUYLER Philipp Johannissen, of Sara. 

toga, Albany Co., gentleman. Sister Margriet Schuyler, 
bro.-in-law Isaac Wendell, nephews John Johannissen and 
Philipp, sons of bro. John Schuyler, jun., Johannis Cor- 
nelissen and Philipp, sons of bro.-in-law Cornells Cuyler. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. John Schuyler 
jun. and bro.-in-law Cornells Cuyler. Witnesses Hans 
Hansen, Gulyen Verplaenck and Ja. Stevenson. Seal, 
but not the Schuyler arms. 

SCHUYLER, Myndert, of Albany City. Wife 

Rachel, da. Anna de Pey.stcr, grandchildren Anna and 
Rachel de Peyster. Real and personal estate (plate). 
Executors the wife, the daughter, Rutger Bleecker, Hen- 
derick Cuyler jun., and Philipp Schuyler. Witnesses 
Abraham Cuyler, Nicolacs Bleecker and Johannis Rutger 
Blccckcr, gentleman. Codicil of July 28, 1741, provides 
for grandson, lately born, Myndert Schuyler de Peyster. 
Witnesses Nicolaes Bleecker, John ten Eyck and Abra- 
ham Cuyler jun. 



1497 (S 26) 
NoTbr. I 
April 13 



SANDERS, Barent, of Albany City, merchant. 
Sons Robert and John. House and lot on Pearl Str., 
Albany, do. in Schonectady, land near Schonectady, do. 
at Pakeepsie, now occupied by bro. Thomas Sanders, land 
on Skohary River or Cadaridie Creek ; personal property. 
Executors the two sons. Witnesses Johs. Roseboom jun., 
Ephraim Wendell and Gulyen Verplaenck. 



1498 (S 27) 

Febry. 25 

I7S7 
July 25 



SCHUYLER, John, of Albany City, Colonel. 
Children Philipp, Margrieta, wife of Col. Philipp Schuyler, 
Catalyntjc, wife of Cornelius Cuyler, stepdaughter Sarah, 
wife of Jacob Glen, children of dec'd son John. Real 
estate at Saratogue, in Albany City and County, personal 
property (a portrait of testator and wife). Executors the 
son and two daughters. Witnesses Jeremiah Schuyler, 
Pieter Schuyler and Francisckys Lansyngh. Codicil of 



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Febry. 25, 1746-47, divides property, formerly left to son 
Philipp, since deceased. Witnesses Ino. de Peyster, Ja. 
Stevenson and Peter Lansingh. Schuyler seal. See No. 
1495. 

1499(828) STRANG, Elisabeth, widow of Henry, late of 
May 6 Rye, Westchester Co., saddler. Son Daniel, daughters 



jJay 3 Elisabeth, wife of Richard van Dyck, Hannah and Livina. 
" Estate." Executor bro.-in-law James Woods, of Rye. 
Witnesses Rog. Woods, Eliah Budd and Ino. Carhartt of 
said Co., schoolmaster. Copy. 

»5oo^g29) SMITHREM, Esther, widow. Cousins Anne, 
Aug. 37 wife of Timothy Horsford, of Canaan, Connt., Elizibeth, 

Felryrii ^'^^^ ^^ Abraham Halenbick. Personal estate. Executor 
Timothy Horsford. Witnesses Jochem van Valkenburgh, 
John McCay and Andrew EUet. Proved in Albany. 

1501(830) SACKETT, Richard, of Dover, Dutchess Co., 
1744 f f > » 

Decbr. 14 yeoman. Wife Margery, children Josiah Crego, Richard, 

Aont^aS John, Catherine Margeson, children of dec*d da. Maria 

Dean. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and 

sons Richard and John. Witnesses Henry Nase, William 

Hunt and Josias Crego. 

i5w(S3i) SWARTWOUT, Jacobus, of the Fish Kil, 

Deci£! I Dutchess Co., gentleman. Wife , children, Thomas, 

1749 Cornelius, Adolphus Samuel, Jacobus, Elizabeth, Jan- 

netie, Jacomyntje and Catherine. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Thomas and Cornelius Theodo- 
rus van Wyck and John Brinkerhoff. Witnesses Ino. 
Rowe, Stephen Ladou and Jacob Graver. 

1503(832) SMEDES, Benjamin, of Shawangonk, Ulster 

June X2 Co., yeoman. Wife Magdalena, children Peter, Nathan, 

S *t^^ « Benjamin, Rachel, wife of Nicholas Bogardus, children of 

dec'd da. Elizabeth, late wife of John Sleght. Land in 



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1504 (s 33) 

«744 
NoTor. 12 

1749-50 
March 23 



1505 (S 34) 

May 15 
Decbr. 22 



Shawangonk and Kingston, personal property (a Dutch 
bible). Executors the three sons. Witnesses Jacobus 
Bruyn jun., Jacobus van Keuren and John Bruyn. 

SCHOOMAKER, Tyrick, of Kingston Corpora, 
tion, Ulster Co. Wife Doostie, sons Hendrick, Edward, 
John, Tyrick, daughters Margereth, Geertruy, Hiltie and 
Deborah. Real and personal estate. Executors Ezekiah 
du Bois and Myndert Myndersen. Witnesses Wm. 
Lcgg, John Legg jun. and John West. 

SCHARS, Christoffel, of Gouanus, Brookland 
Township, Kings Co., yeoman. Cousins Tuenis van Pelt, 
Alexander van Pelt, Pieter van Pelt, Johannis van Pelt, 
Jacomyntje van Pelt, wife of Samuel Berrie, and Grietje 
Bennett, wife of Jacob Bergen of Staten Island. Real 
estate in Brookland and at Nevesings, N. J., personal 
property. Executors cousins Pieter and Johannis van 
Pelt. Witnesses William Hoogland, Jacobus Lott of said 
County, farmer and Abraham Lott. Copy. 

SCHUYLER, Nicholas, of Schenectady, Albany 
Co., gentleman. Wife Mary, sons Harmanus and Johan- 
nes, daughters Catrina, Lysbetie, wife of Jochem Staats, 
Arriantie, wife of Killian van Rensselaer. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, son Harmanus and 
bro.-in-law James Stevenson. Witnesses Thomas Sharpe, 
Michael Bassett and Barent ten Eyck. 



1507 (S 36) Misplaced, belongs under Veeder. 



1506 (S 35) 
J746 
May 12 

1748 
Aug. 27 



1508 (S 37) 

March 19 
Decbr. 5 



SIPKINS, Rebeccah, of N. Y. City, widow. 

Christina, daughter of dec'd son Gerrit Breested, Cor- 
nelia, John, Rem and Rebecca Rcmsen, children of da. 
Elizabeth Griffith, Maria, da. of dec*d da. Johanna van 
der Heul, John Taylor, son of da. Rebeccah Griffith. 
Real and personal estate. Executors' names illegible. 
Witnesses Willem Bogert, Cornelius Boghart and Simon 
Johnson. Copy. 



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»509^g38) SMIT, Jurje Adam, of Claverack, Albany Co., 

May 7 farmer. Wife Christiena, sons Coenraat, Johan Adam, 

Octbn4 Johannis, Jacob, Petrus, Jurje (George) and Teunis, 

Dutch daughters Maria, wife of Mathys Emmerigh, Elsje, wife 

of Hendrick Hoppelbeek, Christiena and Catharina. Real 

and personal estate. Executor sons Johan Adam, Jacob 

and Petrus. Witnesses Aarent van Dyck, Stephanis van 

Dyck and Elizabeth van Dyck of Kinderhook. 



iSio (S 39> SM ITH, James, of Newburgh, Highlands Precinct, 

Pebry. 25 Ulster Co. Wife Mary, sons Joseph, William, Benjamin, 
o t£** Ephraim and James. Homefarm, personal property. 

Executors the wife, Capt. Alexander Colden and Charles 
Clinton. Witnesses John Umphrey jun., William Ward 
and Thomas Ward. 



»Sxi (S 40) SEAMAN, Jonathan, of New Hampstedt, Orange 

Octobr. 3 Co. Jonathan, son of son Jonathan dec'd, of Fredericks 

Octlf^i6 ^^•» ^^^S^'9 ^^"^ Jonas, John and Jacomiah, daughters 

Elizabeth Palmer, Hannah Coe, Martha van der Voort, 
Phebe Coe. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
John and Jacomiah and son-in-law John Palmer. Wit- 
nesses Geysbert Cuypfer, John van der Voort and William 
Sarjant. 



Jane 6 



»S«MS4i) SCHUYLER, Philipp, of Albany City. Wife 

Jane 28 Margrieta, brothers Jermey and Peter, sisters Margrita 
fnnll 6 Livingston and Gertruy Lansingh, nephews Peter Lan- 
singh, Peter Schuyler, Barent Staats jun., who has sister 
Anna van der Poel, Philipp, son of dec'd brother John. 
Share in Westenhook Patent, lots at Canajoharic on N. 
side of Mohawks River, land at the Flats, personal prop- 
erty (two large silver salt cellars). The wife sole execu- 
trix. Witnesses Ino. de Peyster, Nich. Schuyler and Ja : 
Stevenson. 



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«Si3 (S42) SMITH, Daniel, of N. Y. City, gardner. Wife 
May 26 Elizabeth, ** undutifull and disobedient son John Conraat 

Smith " cut off with £$ N. Y., other children Barent, 

Elizabeth, Catharine, Maria. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the last named four children. Witnesses John 
Mycr, William Bond and S. Johnson. Copy made May 
10, 1762. 

'5'ys43) SALISBURY, Francis, of Catskil, Albany Co. 

Septbr. 18 Wife Mary, sons Abraham, William, Lawrence, daughter 

June 21 Elizabeth, wife of Rensselaer Nicols. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the three sons and the son-in-law. 

Witnesses Benjamin Dubois, Theunys van Vechten, 

farmer, and Jacob Freese. 

»5'5 (S44) SCHEPMOES, William, of Kingston Corpora- 
AprU 12 tion, Ulster Co. Wife Catharina, sons Derick and 
Octbr* 8 Johannes, daughters Marytic, wife of Abraham van 
Dutch Stienbergh, Sarah, wife of Peter Dumon jun., Catharina, 
Maregrietie, Ariejantie. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and the two sons. Witnesses G. Harden- 
bcrgh, Christoffel Kierstede and Jacobus van Dyck. 

15x6 (S 45) SMITH, Wait, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeoman. 

Septbr. 24 Wife Charity, sons Wait, Samuel, Oliver, James, William, 

OcXr^i2 Joshua, Solomon, daughters Elizabeth Smith and Charity 

Thomson. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 

Wait and Samuel. Witnesses Daniel Everett, Daniel 

Gale and Gilbert Denton. 

1517^846) SCHERMERHORN, John, of Schonectady, 

Octbr. 28 Albany Co., farmer. Wife Engelie, sons Reyer, Symon, 
.'7^7 Jacob, Johannis, Barnardus, daughters Catlyna, wife of 

John Dodds, Neeltie, wife of Claes Vielen, Magdalena 
and Janitie. Homefarm, land in East New Jersey, 
bought from brothers Jacob and Arent Schermerhorn, 
personal property. Executors sons Reyer, Symon and 
Jacob. Witnesses Hendercykes Feder, farmer, Her- 
manis tcr Wcllgcn, cooper, both of Albany Co., and 
Jacob Vrooman. 



346 Calendar of Wills, 



1S1MS47) SMITH, William, of Newburgh, Ulster Co. Wife 

Febiy. 24 Elizabeth, sons Henry, Thomas, Josiah, children of 

dec'd son James, son-in-law James Edmunston and wife 
Margriet. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife, Charles Clinton and Jonathan Hasbrouck. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Ward, Johannes Wandle and Nathan 
Furman. Filed March 3, 1805. 

1519(848) STAATS, Barent, of Albany, Major. Wife 

Jany. xz Neltie, sons Joagim and Gerrit, daughters Annatie, wife 

Sept^^ 25 ^^ John Visser, Aryaentie, wife of Henderik van Deusen, 

uutcib Catarina, wife of Abraham Schuyler, Geertrui, wife of 

Jacobus Schuyler, Neltie, wife of Samuel Staats, Teuntie, 

wife of William Salsbury, Elizabet, wife of Johans. 

Bliker. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 

and the two sons. Witnesses Sybrant G. van Schaick, 

Jacobus van Schaick and Killiaen v Rensselaer. 

1520(849) SUYLANDT, Johannes, of Horly, Ulster Co. 

Septbr. 5 Wife Eva, son Johannes, daughters Catharina, Maria, 

hiMi Lena and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Exccu- 

Dutch tors wife's bro. Derick van Vechten, Hendricus Sleght 

and Jacob Roosa. Witnesses Huybert Oostrander, 

Johannes Oostrander jun. and Johannis G. Hardenburgh. 

'S2MS50) SUYLANDT, Huybert, of Hurley, Ulster Co., 

Octbr. 2x yeoman. Wife Sarah, grandson Johannes Suylandt and 
Aa?^io ^^^ three sisters; four daughters, not named. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons-in-law Derick van 
Veghten and Benjamin Dubois, also grandson Johannis 
Suylandt. Witnesses Thobias van Stcenbcrgh, John 
Ellison and John Crooke. 

1522 (Ssi) SEMPLE, James, of New York City. Wife Re- 

June 12 bccca, kinsman John Grigg. Real and personal estate. 
The wife executrix. Witnesses Thos. Candell, Samuel 
Bridge and James Emott. Copy made Octbr. 23, 1754. 



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w gsa) SWARTWOUDT, Jacobus, of Sandcohqucn, 

Octbr. 4 Orange Co., gent. Wife Onake, grandson Jacobus, son 
NfAIIr' 12 ^' ^^^ Philipp, daughters Esther, wife of Abraham Cudde- 

back, Yonake, son Geradus. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, son Philipp and Jonathan West- 
brook. Witnesses Saml. Green, Jonathan Pettit and 
Joseph Willits of Minissink, N. J., farmer. 

'^l^^^ SCOTT, James, of Hurley, Ulster Co., merchant. 
1754 # # ^ 

Decbr. 21 Leaves real and personal estate to Levi Palding as execu- 
H^^ tor in trust for the support of an English schoolmaster at 

Hurley. Witnesses Isaac Roosa, Petrus Roosa and 

Egbert Roosa. 

x5aS(S54) STUART, Robert, of Scoharre, Albany Co. 

Jane 8 Johannes Lawyer jun. sole heir and executor of " worldly 

Octbr. 6 estate," with a legacy to James Stevenson. Witnesses 

Peter Nicolas Sommer of Schohary, Minister of the 

Gospel, Johann Abraham Arbeiter and Johannes Lawyer. 



15*6 (S55) SMITH, John, of Ulster Co., yeoman. Wife Isabel, 
April 13 sons James, John, da. Mary, grandson Robert Smith. 

N<nl!r' 26 ^^^' ^"^ personal estate. Executors the wife, da. Mary, 

John Neely and James Barkley. Witnesses Robert 
Neely, James Morison, farmer, and John Moffat. At 
date of proof Maiy Smith is wife of Robert Calwall of 
Ulster Co., farmer. 

1527(356) SLEGHT, Hendrikus, junior, of Rhinebcek, 
NoYbr. 4 Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Rachel, children Mat- 
.^762^ thcwes, Cattaleyntie, Annatie and Majeke. Real and 

personal estate. Executors bro. Matthewcs Sleght, 
brothers-in-law Henrickis Johnsen and Moses Conteyn 
and neighbour Gerrit van Wagenen. Witnesses Abra- 
ham Kip, Pctris van Aake, yeoman, and Gerrit van 
Wagcncn. 



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Calendar of Wills. 



1538 (S 57) 

1752 

May X3 

Febry. 24 
Dutch 



1539 (S 58) 

1756 
Febry. 30 

X760 

July x6 



SLECHT, Matey 8, of Rhinebeek Prect., Dutch- 
ess Co., farmer. Wife Catlyntje, children Mattcwis, 
Hendricus, Antje, Marytje and Tryntje. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the two sons and son-in-law 
Moses Conteyn. Witnesses Isaac Kip, Isaac Kip jun. 
and Christian Schultzs. See preceding No. 

SLECHT, Anthony, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Neeltie, da. Cathrina, wife of Abraham Turk, grand- 
da. Leidia, da. of Johannis Schepmoes and dec'd da. 
Maria Magdalena, grandda. Catherina, da. of Johannis 
Stoffel Thomas and dec'd da. Jannetie, grandson Anthony 
Turk. Real and personal estate. Executors da. Cath- 
rina, her husband Abr. Turk, son-in-law Jobs. St. Thomas 
and cousin Abraham Hasbrouck. Witnesses Abraham 
van Keuren of Kingston, blacksmith, Cornelius Elmen- 
dorph jun. and Joseph Gasherie. 



1530 (S 59) 

X756 

May 28 

Septbr. 7 



1531 (S 60) 

1756 

Febry. 6 

Marcn 20 



1533 (S 6x) 

May 35 

Octbr. x8 



SALISBRY, Abraham, of Catskil, yeoman. Wife 
Rachel, sons Francis, Abraham, Wessel, da. Mary. Home- 
farm and land near it, land at Makwams Cassaick, at 
Tabagiget, at Batavia, at Kiskatamanati, personal prop- 
erty. Executors brothers Lawrence Saulisbury, Ransalar 
Nicols and David Lamater. Witnesses Casparis Bronck, 
John M. Connell and Henry Wabber. 

STILVIL (Stillwell), Nicholas, of Old Town. 

Richmond Co. Wife Mary, children Thomas, Nicholas, 
Mary, Catherine, Susannah, Ann, Francis and Sarah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons 
Thomas and Nicholas. Witnesses Tho. Walton, Jacob 
Berger, farmer, and Thomas Price. Copy. 

SMITH, Reuben, of Dutchess Co. Wife and 
children, not named. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and brothers Nathan Smith and Jona- 
than Lockwood. Witnesses Daniel Wright, Isaac Burton 
and Joseph Powell. 



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349 



XS33 (S «a) 

1756 
March 17 

No¥Dr. 22 



«534 (S 63) 

« '757 
Septbr. 10 

Octbr. 8 



1535 (S 64) 

Jnly 15 

1758 
June 23 



1536 (S 65) 

1757 
Jaly 19 
Aagr. 5 



1537 (S 66) 

«757 
May 20 

1761 

Octbr. 12 

Dutch 



SMITH, Arthur, of Highlands Prcct., Ulster Co. 
Wife Keziah, sons Joel, Arthur, David. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Leonard Smith 
and David Holmes of Bedford, Westchester Co. Wit- 
nesses Jehiel Clark, Moses Fowler and Nathan Mills. 

SMITH, Henry, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife 
Joanna, daughters Abigail, Phebe, Joanna, Elizabeth and 
Hannah, sons Caleb, Henry, Stephen. Homefarm, land 
in Wawayanda Patent, do. in Menesink Patent, personal 
property. Executors the wife and bro. Jeremiah Smith. 
Witnesses Solomon Smith, Benjamin Drake and Danll. 
Everett. 

SMITH, Richard R., of N. Y. City, schoolmaster 
and mariner. Wife Joanna, niece Mary Frogatt, da. of 
sister. Real and personal estate. The wife sole cxccu- 
trix. Witnesses Tobyas van Zandt, Richard Curson of 
N. Y. City, merchant, and Dond. Morison. Copy. 

SEAL, Anthony, of White Fryers Precinct, London, 
glassmaker. Cousin Elizabeth Batchelor, Edmund Shal- 
Ictt of Southwark, esqrc., and Joseph Newdick of Corn- 
hill, London, colourman, trustees for sister Maria, wife of 
Thomas Hanson, resp. children of John Perger of Lewis- 
ham, County of Kent, attorney-at-law ; aunt Mrs. Deane, 
Anthony Blew. Executors the two trustees. Witnesses 
Cha. Searse of the Inner Temple, William Howard and 
John Hopton. Proved in London. Copy. N.Y. letters 
testamentary granted to Christian Jacobson, mariner, as 
attorney for trustees. 

SCHOONMAKER, Antje, widow of Benjamin 
S. junior, of Rochester, Ulster Co. Son Benjamin ; sisters 
Elisabeth, Catharina, Susannah and Sarah. "Worldly 
estate." Executors bro. Jacobus Depuy jun. and bro.-in- 
law Joseph Schoonmaker. Witnesses Benjamin Depuy, 
Cornelius Depuy and Johannis van der Merker. 



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1538(867) SCHUYLER, Cornelia, of Albany, widow of 

Novbr. 39 John. Sons Philipp, Cortlandt, Stephen, da. Geertruyd, 
N ^'^^2A w^^ow of Peter Schuyler. Land in Cortlandt Manor, 

houses and lots in Queen Str., N. Y. City, personal prop- 
erty. Codicil of Aug. 26, 1760, gives legacy to children 
of da. Geertruyd, vizt. Cornelia and Peter Schuyler. 
Witnesses to will Pr. Stuyvesant, John Stevenson and 
James Stevenson, both of Albany, merchants, who sign 
also as witnesses to codicil with William Ashton. Copy. 

1539 (S 68) Misplaced, belongs to H. (Hepworth). 



1540 (S 69) 
1758 

March 23 
July 37 



SPAR HAM, Thomas, of N. Y. City, surgeon. 
Wife Margaret, sole heiress and executrix of real and 
personal estate. Witnesses John Bowie, Sarah Swanser 
and William Rhinelander, cordwainer. Copy. 



154X (S70) 

1758 
Jany. 30 

Junes 



SMITH, Joseph, of Newburgh, Ulster Co. Wife 
Leuiny, da. Mary. " Worldly estate," part of which is 
derived from bro. William Smith. Executors the wife, 
Henry Smith of Newburgh and Daniel Thurston. Wit- 
nesses Daniel Denton, Sarah Conkiin and Leonard Smith. 



1543 (S 71) 

Decor. 31 

Z760 
Decbr. 33 



IS43 (S 7a) 

1759 

July,J7 
1768 

May 36 



STEVENS, Timothy, of the Oblong, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Lidiah, sons Matthew and Timothy, da. 
Lidiah. Land on Croton River, personal property. 
Executor bro. Nathan Stevens of Danbury. Witnesses 
Joshua Barnum of South Prect., said Co., farmer, Tem- 
perance Parkins and Joseph Crane. 

SCHERMERHOORN, Reyer, of Rynbeck 

Prect., Dutchess Co., blacksmith. Wife Marritje, sons 
Barent, Jacob, Johannis and Jan, daughters Gerritje, wife 
of Gerrit Heermans, Jannetje and Cathelina. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son Jacob and bro.-in-law 
Johannis B. ten Eyck of Livingston Manor. Witnesses 
Augustinus Turck, Barent John ten Eyck and James 
Stenhouse, 



Calendar of Wills. 



351 



IS44 (S 73) 

NoVbr. 21 
Decbr 



M 



1545 (S 74) 

1759 
April 3 

Pebry. 10 



1546 (S 75) 

1759 
March 2$ 

1761 

May x8 



1547 (S 76) 

e. '759 
Septbr. X 

Octbr. 8 



1548 (S 77) 
1700 

July 6 

176X 

Novbr. 27 



SMITH, Zophar, of Huntington, Suffolk Co. Wife 
Susannah, children vizt. two sons and also daughters not 
named. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. John 
Hailcy and David Rusco. Witnesses Joseph Lewis of 
Huntington, merchant, and William Griffes. Copy. 

SCHUYLER, David, of Conajohary, Albany Co. 

Eldest son Peter D., second wife , and children by 

her, vizt. John, Adoniah, David, Philipp, Jacob, Anna 
Margreta, Alida and Cathalina. Homefarm, land in 
Renssclaerswyck Colony and in Surinam, personal estate. 
Executors Sir William Johnson, Bart., Sybrant van 
Schayk, ** old Major " Petrus P.Schuyler, Dominie Johan 
Kasper Lappeus, Abraham Yeates, High' Sheriff of Albany 
Co., Johannes Degarmoy and Conraet Matys. Witnesses 
Hendrick Eckler, Joseph Meyer, both of Albany Co., 
farmers, and Caspar Bauer. 

SMITH, Nathan, son of Nathan, of Crom Elbow 
Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Rachel, son Nathan 
and other children not named. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife and bro. James Smith. Bro. Isaac 
Smith mentioned. Witnesses John Adams, Samuel Be- 
mon and Joseph Powell, yeoman. 

SUTTON, Benjamin, of North Castle, West- 
chester Co. Wife Elenor, children Rachel, Abegell, John, 
Benjamin, Rukin, Charles, Josuah, Caleb, Mary. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, son John and son- 
in-law Stephen ffaronton. Witnesses Benjamin Smith, 
Joshua Hutchingsof said Co., farmers, and John Leverich. 
Copy. 

STEPHANSON, Roulof, of Haverstraw Prect, 
Orange Co. Wife Manche, sons Albert, Stepan, Roulof 
and William, daughters Mary, Elesabeth and Alche, an 
expected child. Real and personal property. Executors 
William Campbell and Abraham Stevenson. Witnesses 
Lucas Stevenson, Lammerdt Smith and Niklas Stevenson, 
farmer. 



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XS49 (s 78) 

X760 

Septbr. 15 

Z768 
Febry. 36 



SCHNEIDER (Snyder,) William, of Rynebeek 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Gcertruy, sons Johannes Pieter, 
Harme, William, Adam, daughters Marya, Eva, Catryn, 
Geurtruy and Elsie. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons William, and Adam and Pieter Sherp. 
Witnesses Jacob Bitzer, yeoman, Tryntie Hoffman and 
Martin Hoffman. 



1550 (S 79) 

2760 
Octbr. 20 
Decbr. 26 



STRONG, Benjamin, of Gorshen, Orange Co., 
esquire. Children Catary, Elesabeth, Jerusha, Mary, Mil- 
esent and James. Real and personal estate. Executors 
bro. Selah Strong and John Bruster, both of Orange Co. 
Witnesses Daniel Tuthill, John Brewster jun., of Orange 
Co., planter, and Edward Brewster. 



X55X (S 80) 

1760 

Septbr. 33 

X76Z 

June 18 



SCHOOLCRAFT, William, of Schoharie, Al- 
bany Co., blacksmith. Wife Maria, heiress of all real and 
personal estate, including " what shall fall to me from my 
Grand Father William Cammer." Executor Sybrant G. 
van Schaick. Witnesses Jacob van Schaick, Evert John 
Wendell and Peter Lansingh. 



1553 (S 81) 

1760 
NoTbr. 29 

1761 
July 13 



SCHERMERHORN, Jacob, of Livingston 

Manor, Albany Co., yeoman. Sons Cornelius, Jacob, 
Tunis, William and Martin, daughters Neeltie, wife of 
Johannes Radclift, of Livingston Manor, Polly, wife of 
Jerom Haulenbake. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors sons Jacob, Tunis and William. Witnesses Dirck 
Jansen, Elias Hasbrouck and Peter Radclift. 



1553 (S 83) 

1761 
March 3Z 

1763 
May 38 



SCHUYLER, Peter, of N. Y. City, esquire. Wife 
Mary, sister Cornelia de Peyster, da. Catharine Schuyler. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the daughter and 
bro. John Schuyler. Witnesses William Smith jun., 
Samuel Jones and George Clinton. Copy. 



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»SS4^<S83) SCHUYLER, Adoniah, of N. Y. City. Wife 

May 20 Geertruy, children Ranslaer, Mary, Swan, John, Peter, 
May 28 Adoniah and Philipp. Land in the Provinces of N. Y. 
and N. J., personal estate. Executors the wife, brothers 
John and Peter and David Johnson of N. Y. City mer- 
chant. Witnesses James Melrose of Bergen Co., N. J., 
gardner, James Still and David Ogden. Copy. 

'555 (S 84). SMITH, Oliver, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 

Decbr. 22 Children Nehemiah, Benjamin, Martha, Mary, Pheby, 
Jniy 10 Aimy, Oliver, Joseph. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors brothers Joshua and Solomon Smith, both of Goshen 
Precinct, aforcsd. Witnesses John Roe of Orange Co., 
planter, Thomas Denton and Isaac Roads. 

'55MS85) SMITH, John, of Orange Co. Wife , sons 

June 25 John, Edward, six daughters, not named. Real and 
April 30 personal estate. Executors the two sons and Thomas 
Ilalstcd, all of Orange Co. Witnesses Delilah Smith, 
wife of Elihu Smith, Joseph Jones of Haverstraw, yeo- 
man, and Adriaen Onderdonck. Testator had a Frog in 
his tongue and could speak only indistinctly. 

»557(S86) SLEGHT, Catlyntie, of Kingston Corporation, 
An^. 23 Ulster Co., widow. Sons Mattheus and Hendricus, daugh- 
luhf 12 ^^^^ Antje, Marytie and Tryntje, grandda. Johanna, da. 
of dec*d son Johannes. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the two sons and son-in-law Moses Cantyne. Wit- 
nesses Jacob S. Freer, Evert Bogardus and D. Wynkoop 
jun, all of Kingston, yeomen. See No. 1528. 

1558 (S 87) SIMSON, John, of Orange Co., yeoman. Wife 
Fcbry. 9 Isabel, friends Benjamin Burt, Samuel Lobdon, Jonathan 
March 4 Knap, Daniel Brown, and William Blain, bro. Hennery 
Simson, nephew Robert Simson, John Blain, children, 
not named. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and Richard Edsal. Witnesses Samuel Vance, plan- 
ter, Hugh Killpatrick and Francis Armstrong (? paper 

torn out). 
•3 



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XS59 (S 88) 

X762 

Octbr. 26 

1763 
Febry. 14 



SIMPSON, Isabella, of Goshen, Orange Co., 
widow of John. Son Matthew Neely, da. Mary Neely, 
wife of Thomas Neely, and grandda. Isabella, da. of 
Thomas Neely. Personal estate. Executor Arthur 
Beatty of Ulster Co. Witnesses Donald Cameron, 
Thomas Neely and Archibald Beatty. 



1560 (S 89) 

1762 

NoTbr. 3 

1763 

June 6 



.i Thomas, of N. Y. City, merchant, "in- 
tending shortly for London in Great Britain.'* Wife 
Sarah sole heiress and executrix of real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Augt. v. Cortlandt, Benjamin Helme 
and John Crimpsheire of N. Y. City, gentleman. Copy. 



1561 (S 90) 

1763 
NoTbr. 4 

X769 
March 29 



STEVENSON, James, of Albany City. Children 
Sarah, wife of Col. Gabriel Christie, John, James. Real 
and personal estate. Executor son John. Witnesses 
Abraham H. Wendell, Luycas Wit Beeck and P. Syl- 
vester. Codicil of Decbr. 6, 1764, makes unimportant 
change in devices^ Witnesses John McCrea, James van 
Rensselaer and Henry B. ten Eyck. 



1562 (S 90 
1763 

May 16 



[arcn 7 



Marc 



SEELY, Ebenezer, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co., 
yeoman. Wife Unis, sons John, Bezael, Israel, Josiah, 
Nathaniel, daughters Mercy Bartlett and Susina Sayre, 
grandchildren Bezael Seely, Ebenezar, Mercy, Hannah, 
William, Jonas, Thaddeus, Elizabeth, Hannah, Susannah, 
Sarah and Mercy. Real and personal estate. Executors 
son Israel and son-in-law James Sayre. Witnesses Elias 
Ward, Eliet Ward, and Daniel Everett. 



1563 (S 93) 

1763 

Jany. 9 

March 10 



STAATS, Johanis, of Rynbeck Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Wife Catrene, children Philipp, Johanis, Hendrick, 
Petrus, Elizabeth and Margaret. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Zachariah Smith, Hendrick Bender 
and Petrus Hermanse, all of Rynbeck. Witnesses Mi- 
chael Scherp of said Co., yeoman, and Ananias Cooper. 



Calendar of Wills. 



355 



1564 (s 93) 
1763 

June a8 

1770 
Jany. 15 



1565 (S 94) 
1764 

March 24 

Mayas 



1566 (S 95) 

Septbr. 4 

1767 
Mays 



STORM, Thomas, of Philippse Manor, West- 
chester Co., yeoman. Wife Annace, sons Garret, Gores, 
Abraham, John, Isaac, daughters Catherine, wife of Jacob 
Byse, and Engeltie, grandchildren Christina and Ann, 
daughters of dec*d son Thomas, Abraham, son of son 
Jacob dec*d. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Garret and Isaac and neighbour William Davis esqre. 
Witnesses Abraham Adriance, Dirck Hegeman and John 
Clements. 

SMITH, Lambert, of Haverstraw Precinct, Orange 
Co. Wife Elisabeth, sons Aury and John. Real and 
personal estate (a Dutch bible). Executors Jacobus 
Vanderbelt, Andries Onderdonck and Derick Vanderbelt, 
all of said Precinct. Witnesses Benjamin Wise, farmer, 
Johannes Hase, labourer, and Andries Onderdonck jun., 
farmer, all of Orange Co. 

SMITH, John, of Ulster Co. Wife Mary, son Wil- 
liam, bro. James Smith and nephew John Robert, son of 
bro. James. Land at Shangunk, personal estate. Execu- 
tors John Neely jun., John Davidson and the wife. Wit- 
nesses Samuel King of New Windsor Prect., yeoman, 
Margaret Davidson of Wallkil Prect., widow, and Jenet 
Miller. 



1567 (S 96) 

1765 
May 17 

May 28 



SANDERS, Robert, of Albany City, merchant. 
Children Peter, Maria, Catharina, Deborah and Elizabeth. 
Land in Ulster Co., in Albany City, on Brickers Island, 
Hudson R., in Dutchess Co., personal property (a large 
Dutch bible, silver tankards, one marked M. L., a do. 
teapot marked R. S., one with cypher of parents name, 
R ^ S, do. mugs, do. soup spoons, do. salt cellars, 24 do. 
spoons, do. wine server, do. tumbler, silver tankard 
marked R. G., a diamond ring). Executors bro. John 
Sanders and Stephen van Rensselaer. Witnesses Seymon 
Johs. Veeder, merchant, Peter Lansingh, alderman, and 
Gysbert Marselis jun., trader, all of Albany. 



356 



Calendar of Wills. 



1568 (S w) 

1765 

Jany. Z2 
Junezz 



1569 (S98) 

May 2 

Aug. 39 



XS70 (S 99) 

1767 

Octbr. 3 



Oct 



:tbr. 14 



x57i(Sxoo) 

1767 

April zx 

April 27 



157a (S lox) 

Aug. 8 

Z768 

Fcbry. 3 



SOMERDICK, Exbarth, of Rumbouts Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Elizabeth, children Sarah, William 
and Jacob. Real and personal estate. Executor Tunis 
Somerdick of N. Y., Joseph Harris and Zacharias van 
VoorhiSy both of said Co. Witnesses Nathl. Sackett, 
Isaac ter Bush and Thomas Ludlow. 

SCOTT, Adam, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 
Wife Sarah, sons Alexander and John, an expected child. 
Real and personal estate. Executors David Jaggers and 
John Millikin, both of said Prect. Witnesses Andrew 
Kidd, James Kid, both of Ulster Co., yeomen, and James 
Fulton. 

STANTON, Jeremiah, late Lieutenant, of Mar- 
garet Street, Cavendish Square, London, now of Rich- 
mond Co., N. Y., gentleman, *' intending soon to embark 
for England." Wife Louisa Teresia, son George Augus- 
tus, daughters Diana Maria and Louisa. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, bro. John Stanton, 
Captain R. N. and George Harrison of N. Y. City, gentle- 
man. Witnesses Peter Marquis de Conty, James Lead- 
better and Richard Harrison of N. Y. City, attomey-at-law. 
Codicil of June 19, 1769, provides for son William Edward, 
born since making will. Witnesses Morley Harrison, 
James Leadbetter and Richard Harrison. Copy. 

SAYRES, Joseph, of Goshen Precinct, Orange 
Co. Wife Sarah, sons James, John, Benjamin, Daniel, 
Stephen, Jonathan, daughter Martha, Jost Daree, Garret 
Daree, Sarah Daree and Hannah Daree. Real and per- 
sonal property. Executors sons James and John. Wit- 
nesses Derrick Smith, Daniel Reeve and Samuel Sayres. 

SIMSON, Alexander, of Orange Co. Wife 
Rachel, sous Robert, John, Samuel, Henry, stepson Gar- 
rit Smith. Real and personal estate. Executors son John 
and Richard Edsall, esquire. Witnesses Ino. McCamly, 
cordwinder. Charity Bowhanon and Bridgit Sullivan. 



Calendar of Wills. 357 



'573^i«) SMITH, Henry, senior, of Uktcr Co. Children 
Octbr. 5 Mary, Mai^[ret, John and Elizabeth. Real and personal 
Novbr. 2 estate. Ann Wickham to be guardian of the children 
and with Leonard Smith executrix. Witnesses Jas. Kip, 
Richard Lewis of N. Y. City, innkeeper, and Ann Thomp- 
son. Proved in N. Y. City. 

1574^103) SOUTHERLAND, David, of New Cornwall 
Febry. 27 Precinct, Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, grandson 
No^. 3 Charles Southerland, sons Andrew, David, Alexander, 
granddaughters Mary and Jane, daughters of dec'd son 
Patrick, daughters Jane, wife of William Edminster, 
Lesbia (?), wife of Moses Clerk, Mary, wife of Robert 
Farrier ; da.-in-law Margret, widow of son Patrick. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, Andrew South- 
erland and Alexander Southerland. Witnesses Amos 
Mills, Patrick McDonell (Donald) and Thomas Palmer. 

«S75(Sio4) SEELY, Eunis, of Woodbury Clove, New Com- 
Jmie II wall Prect., Orange Co., widow. Grandson Gideon, 
Decbr. 5 stepda. Hannah Devenport, grandson Peter, granddas. 
Mary and Deborah. Personal estate. Executor the 
stepson-in-law, grandson Oliver Devenport and Gideon 
Florance. Witnesses Johannes Snock, Hannah Snock 
and Lewis Donnovan of Orange Co., schoolmaster. 



iS7«(Sios) SMITH, Daniel, of Smith Town, esquire. Draft 
of will, incomplete. Wife Mary, daughters Irene, De- 
borah, Sarah and Mary, sons Daniel, Salomon. Land on 
Smith Town — Brookhaven road, homefarm, personal 
property (a silver tankard, a do. cup). 

i577(Sio6) SCHRYVER, Nicholas, of Rhinebeck Prect., 

Aag. IS Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Anna Maria, sons Chris- 

«770 tian, Henry, Petrus and Jacob, daughters Eva, wife of 

Thomas Omfrey, Catherine, wife of Petrus Frere, Mar- 

griet; Dutch Refd. Church at the Flats, the Poor of 

Rhinebeck Prect. Real and personal estate. Executors 



358 Calendar of Wills. 



son Henry, sons-in-law Thomas Omfrey and Petrus Freer. 
Witnesses Jost Weder, John Sickner and Nathaniel 
Conklin. 

'^^^il'"^^ STOUTEN BURGH, Jacobus, of Charlotte 

Jany. 34 Prect., Dutchess Co. ' Wife Margaret, children William, 
Decl^rfio Jacobus, John, Peter, Luke, Annatje and Margaret. 

Real and personal property (a silver tea pot to descend 
to the child or grandchild, etc., named Margaret). Ex- 
ecutors sons William, John and Luke. Witnesses John 
Barrack, Christian Dob and James Livingston of Pough- 
keepsie, gentleman. 

W9(S «o8) SMITH, Hannah, of Ulster Co., widow. Children 
1770 ' ' 

. Aug. 16 Daniel, Jesse, Phebe, Joshua, William, George, Tabith 
Octbr, 16 j^jjj Ann. " Worldly substance." Executors son George 

and William Denn. Witnesses Thomas Bull of Wallkil 
Prect., said Co., yeoman, Mary Bull and Agnis Umphrey. 

'^^i^o'"^^ SCHUYLER, Myndert, of N. Y. City, merchant. 

Novbr. 10 Wife , children Ann Bogert and Myndert. Real and 

June 22 personal estate. Executors the wife, the daughter and 

her husband Nicholas Bogert, John Thurman jun. and 

Henry Remson jun. Witnesses Peter de Riemer, G. 

Duyckinck of N. Y. City, merchant, and Henry Holland 

esquire. 

»S8MS^"o) SNUR, Barentie, of Kinderhook, Albany Co. 
May 28 William, son of Peter van Slyck, Barentie, da. of Betson 
Au2^i7 Krampton, Ledia, da. of Moses Engerson, Dorothy, wife 
of said William van Slyck, Cornelius, son of Michael 
CoUons, Hannah van Slyck, wife of Francis van Buren, 
Eva van Slyck, wife of Harme van Buren, children of 
Joghem van Slyck,Peter, son of Peter van Slyck jun.,Peter, 
son of Johs. van Slyck, Teunis, son of Isaac van Slyck, 
Johanna Engerson, wife of Samuel Hopkins. Money 
bequests, furniture, a gold chain, a large Dutch bible. 
Executor William van Slyck. Witnesses Dirck Garden- 
ier and Johannis D. Vosburgh of Kinderhook, yeoman. 



Calendar of Wills. 359 



'^^770"'^ STRAAT, Jacob, of Tappan, Orange Co., yeoman. 

Jany. 38 Wife Sarah, children Dirck, Sarah, Jacob, John. Land in 

Jttoe 12 Haverstraw Precinct, personal property. Executors the 

three sons. Witnesses Myndert Hogenkamp, Jan Myn- 

dert Hogenkamp, of Orange Town, yeoman, and Robert 

Pigot, of N. Y. City, schoolmaster. 

'^'f77o'"^ STEWART, John, of Goshen, Orange Co.. black- 
Ang. 16 smith. Wife Elisabeth, sons John, Colvel, Asa, Nathan, 
Octhr. 5 Gilbert, daughters Mary, Elisabeth and Eunis. Home- 
farm, land bought from Benjamin Carpenter, from Elkana 
Fuller, dec'd, do. at Newborough, Ulster Co., do. in New- 
ingland or Boston Government, do. in Ulster Co., bought 
of John Dill, personal property. Executors the wife, son 
John and bro.-in-law John Bradnor. Witnesses Danl. 
Everett, yeoman, James Steward and Silas Steward. 

'584(Sii3) SWARTWOUT, Rudolphus, of Rombouts 

March 10 Precinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Sarah, sons Jacobus and 
Febryfio Johannis, daughters Aeltie, wife of Cornelius Adriance, 

Eh'sabeth, wife of Francis Hasbrook, Killetie, wife of 
Theodorus (?) Adriance. Real and personal estate (4 
silver table spoons, 6 do. tea spoons. Executors bro. 
Jacobus Swartwout, Abraham Schenck, George van 
Noordstrand and Thomas Burris. Witnesses Joseph 
Wood, Hendricus Wyckoff of said Precinct, esquire, 
and Hannah Pudney. 

1585(8114) SNEDEKER, Abraham, of Haverstraw Prect., 
1771 ' ' ' 

June 24 Orange Co. Abram Thew, Thunis, son of brother Johan- 
NoTbr. 5 j^g Snedekcr, Abraham, son of bro.-in-law Harmanus 
Tohnan, Peter and Naltye, children of sister Sarah and 
bro.-in-law Peter van de Woort (Naltye is the wife of 
Joseph Johnson), sister Elizabeth, wife of John Smith at 
the Hook, Naltye, wife of Jacobus de Klerck, bro. Garret 
Snedeker, children of dec'd bro. Theodorus Snedeker, 
sister Rebecca Tolman, children of sister Altye Cortie, 



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Calendar of Wills. 



2586(8 ZZ5) 

177X 

March 15 

1773 
Octbr. 6 



Thunis Thcw and Harmanus Cortur (?). Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors Abraham Thew, David Pye and 
nephew Thunis Snedeker. Witnesses Rem Remsen, Paul 
Hesler and James Paul. 

SHARPEy Thomas, of Albany City. Son Jacobus, 
daughters Anne, Auriantie and Mary, wife of John Mo- 
nicr. Real and personal estate. Executors the three 
daughters. Witnesses Peter van Bergen, John Hilton and 
Thomas I. Williams. 



1587(81x6) SHAFER, Adam, of Rhinebeck Prect., Dutchess 
277^ 
lany. 24 Co., yeoman. Wife Geertruyd, sons Adam, Philipp and 

Octbr. 24 pther children, not named. Real and personal estate. 

Executors son Jacob, bro.-in-law Wilhelmus Feller and 

son-in-law Johannes Sickner. Witnesses Petrus Krans of 

said Prect., farmer. Christian Schriver and Henry Schriver. 

'^^?ii"^^ SNEDEKER, Thunis, of Haverstraw Prect., 

2773 
Norbr. 3 Orange Co., yeoman. Bro. Theodorus Snedeker, Naeltie, 

Prob '£arch 30 ^^^^ ^^ David Brown, Ariantie, wife of Solomon Waring, 

Sarah, wife of Luke Taller, Mary Snedecker, Rebecca 
Snedeker. Real and personal estate. Executors Abra- 
ham Thew and bro. Theodorus Snedeker. Witnesses 
William James, Altie Snedeker and David Pye of Orange 
Co., farmer. 



2589(8228) 

2779 

May 25 



2590(8229) 

March 32 

X774 
July 8 

Geruuui 



SCHOONMAKER, Benjamin, of Rochester 

Township, Ulster Co. Wife Jenneke, son Cornelius, 
grandson Benjamin Schoonmaker. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Jochem Schoonmaker jun. and son 
Cornelius. Witnesses Benjamin Depuy junior, Joseph 
Depuy, both of Rochester, farmers, and Jacobus Bos jun. 

SC HERTZ, Johannes D., of Livingston Manor. 
Wife Anna, da. Catrina, an expected child. Personal 
estate. Executors Henrich Schoeffer and Friederich Patz. 
Witnesses Johann Friederich Ries, Jonas Miller and Chris- 
toffel Hoener of Claverack. 



Calendar of Wills. 



361 



1591 (S 120) 

Octbr. 3* 

Febnr. 15 
Dutch 



SCHOONMAKER, John, of Ulster Co. Sons 
Petrus, Jochem and Lodowyck. Personal estate (a Dutch 
bible). Executors sons Jochem jun. and Lodowyck. 
Witnesses Thomas Schoonmaker jun., Jochem D. Schoon- 
maker and John Schoonmaker. 



159a (S lai) 

JnlyS 
«77S 



1593 (S 123) 

Febry. la 
April 8 ' 



1594(8123) 

. '775 
March 14 

1786 

March 21 



SEBRINO, Cornelius I., of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Father Jacob Sebring, brothers John, Jacob, Isaac and 
Joseph, sisters Femetic and Catharine, nephew John Suy- 
dam, son of dec*d sister Altie. Real and personal estate. 
Executors brothers John and Jacob junior and Nicholas 
de Peyster. Witnesses Wm. de Peyster, Henry Rutgers 
jun. and Abrm. W. de Peyster of N. Y. City, esquire. 

SIMERALL, Thomas, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 
Co., farmer. Son-in-law Jeames Colwal, sons Robert Sim- 
erall and William Simerall, daughters Margaret, Christian 
and Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Jeames Colwall, James Kidd and Benjamin Booth. Wit- 
nesses Thomas Bull, John Booth and Absalom Bull. 

SMITH, John, of Rumbout Prect., Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Wife Margaret, children Joseph, Mary, Martin, 
James, John, Jacob, William, Cornel. " My estate." 
Executors brothers-in-law Piatt Rogers and Martin 
Wiltse, also friend Henry Cornell. Witnesses John A. 
BrinckcrhoiT, William Humfrey jun. of said Co., farmer, 
and Joseph Smith. 



1595 (S 124) 

^'Z75 
Octbr. 25 

1778 

Decbr. 15 



SCHOONMAKER, Fredrick, of Marbletown, 

Ulster Co., yeoman. Sons Thomas and Fredrick, chil- 
dren of daughters Antje, wife of Harmanus Rosekrans, 
Elizabeth, wife of Abrm. Klaarwater, Rachel, wife of 
Samson Sammons, Lydia, wife of Benjamin Hasbrouck, 
Maria, wife of Andries Roosa, Sarah, wife of Johannis 
Rosekrans, Tesintje, wife of William Wood, grandson 
Jacob DWitt, son of dec'd son Jochem Schoonmaker, 



362 



Calendar of Wills. 



1596(8135) 

X77S 
Febry. 2X 

March 37 



1597 (S 136) 

X776 

39th Day 

6th Month 

1784 
Febry. 28 



Jacobus Elmendorph Kool, husband of da. Hester. Real 
and personal property. Executors the two sons. Wit- 
nesses Jacob Schneyder, Christopher Snyder, both of 
Marbietown, farmers, and Ch. D. Witt. 

SECENDORPF, Jurie (George), of Dutchess 

Co., yeoman. Wife Anna, children Jurie and Harmanus. 
Personal estate. Executors Peter Segendorpf, Adam 
Segendorpf and David Shafer. Witnesses Frans Neher 
of Rhinebeck Prect., William Cramer and Frederick 
Cramer of Livingston Manor, all farmers. 

SOU LE, George, of Great Nine Partners, Dutchess 
Co., blacksmith. Wife Lydia, son Rouland, grandson 
Joseph, son of dec'd son George, daughter Margaret, who 
has five daughters, not named, children of dec'd da. Lydia, 
not named. Real and personal estate. Executor son 
Rouland. Witnesses John White and Elijah Hoag, 
yeoman. 



1598(8137) 

1776 

Aufl". I 

1783 
Apnl 19 



SMITH, Jeremiah, of Orange Co. Wife Eliza- 
beth, son Jeremiah, grandsons Jonas and Joel Smith, 
granddaughters Dorothy and Elizabeth Veal, da. Eliza- 
beth Veal. Real and personal estate. Executors son 
Jeremiah and son-in-law Wait Carpenter. Witnesses 
Archibald McCurdy, Phebe Denn and William Denn of 
Ulster Co., schoolmaster. 



IS99 (S 138) 

1776 

June 13 

1778 
March 3 



SMITH, Elizabeth, of Wethersfield. Hartford Co., 
Connt., widow of the Honble William Smith of N. Y. 
City. Elisha Williams, son of Rev. Dr. Solomon Wil- 
Hams, Samuel, son of Elisha Williams, Rev. Eliphalet 
Williams, his wife Mary, their son Solomon, and daugh- 
ters Anne and Mary, Ezekiel Williams and wife Prudence, 
bro. John Scott of Norwich, merchant. Rev. Dr. Solomon 
Williams and his sons Colonel William Williams and Dr. 
Thomas Williams, his daughters Mary Salter and Chris- 



Calendar of Wills. 363 



tian Salter, Yale College, Rev. John Marsh, Mrs. Lock- 
wood, Rev. Joshua Belding, Rev. Burrag^s Merriam, 
John Newson, John Treat, Mrs. Margaret Hancock, step- 
children of Honble. William Smith, Thomas Smith, John 
Smith, Joseph Smith, Mrs. Livingston, Mrs. Torrence 
(widow), Mrs. Margaret Smith ; Rev. Abraham Ketteltas, 
Mrs. Kathcrine Gordon, Mrs. Hay, Andrew Bortwich, 
late husband's granddaughter Mary, da. of John Smith, 
merchant, Mr. Vandervoort and Miss Elizabeth Ledyard, 
his wife's sister, son of Rev. Bostwick, late Pastor of the 
Church at N. Y., Rev. John Brainard, missionary among 
the Indians, Col. Israel Williams of Hatfield, Mrs. Ashley 
of Deerfield, Mrs. Livingston, widow of Judge Livingston, 
Rev. Mr. Gordon, Sarah, widow of Colonel Chester, Mr. 
Edcy, Colonel Wyllys of Hartford. Real and personal 
estate (6 silver spoons, a do. salver, a small do. waiter, a do. 
teapot, a set of do. knives and forks, two do. candlesticks, 
snuffers and snufTdish, a diamond ring). Executors Eze- 
kicl Williams, brothers in England mentioned. Witnesses 
O. W., P. B. and T. N. Proved at Hartford, Connt. 
Copy. 

»^(S 129) SNEDEKER, Garret, of Haverstraw, Orange Co., 
Jnne2o yeoman. Wife Altie, brother Johannis Snedeker, John 
AprH^26 Thew, son of sister Elcie Coerter, nephews Richard and 
Theodorus, sons of dec'd bro. Theodorus Snedeker, 
Theunis, John and Garret, sons of bro. Johannis. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, John Thew and 
Richard Snedeker. Witnesses Theodorus Polhemus, 
Abraham Polhameus, of Haverstraw, weavers, and Theo- 
dorus Poulhameus jun. 

1601(8130) STRONG, Nathaniel, of Comwal Prect. Orange 
AprH 30 Co. Wife Amy, sons Selah, Nathaniel, daughters Rachel, 

O tZ^' c Hannah, Mary and Julianer. Real and personal estate. 

Executors Jesse WoodhuU, esqre, and brothers Samuel 
and Nathan Strong, all of Orange Co. Witnesses James 
Mathews, James Tuthill and Thomas Moffat. 



364 



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z6o2 (S X31) 

July 25 

1784 
March 8 



1603 (S 132) 

July 23 

X779 
May 13 



1604 (S 133) 

1778 
Febry. 16 

Febry. 19 



1605(8x34) 
1778 

Septbr. 13 



1606 (S X35) 

Septbr. 6 

1782 
Septbr. 30 



RING, Cornelius, of Dutchess Co. Wife 

, daughters Katherine, Margaret, son Isaac. House 

and lot in N. Y. City, personal property. Executors son 
Isaac and stepson Archibald Currie. Witnesses John 
BrinckerhofT, Theodorus van Wyck of Dutchess Co., 
esquire, and Chas. Young. 

SWEZY, David, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Elizabeth, sons David and Jonathan, da. Elizabeth 
Satterly, grandda. Mary Dains. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses Noah Car- 
penter, of said Co., blacksmith, Bethiah Aldrig and 
Mehetable Hallock. 

SMITH, John Carpenter, of Goshen Prect, 
Orange Co. Children Richard, Ama, John, Phebe, Jesse 
and Asa. Personal estate. Executors bro. Waid Car- 
penter and Samuel Gale. Witnesses Samuel Baly, yeo- 
man, David Baly and John Conner. 

SHOOK, Martinus, of Livingston Manor. Wife 
Anna Elsje, sons Johannis and William, children of da. 
Geertruy, at present wife of Marte Miller, viz. : William 
Dennius, Johannis Dennius and Petrus Dennius, da. Eve 
Geertruy, wife of Peter Snyder. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the two sons and Dirck Jansen, who 
having renounced as executors John D. Robinson of 
Claverack, carpenter, is made administrator. Witnesses 
Christian Valkenburgh, Heinrich Polwer of said Manor, 
farmer, and Baltis Siemon. 

SCHOONMAKER, Johannis, son of Jacobus, 

of Rochester, Ulster Co. Wife Geertruy, daughters 
Maria and Helena, an expected child, nephew Johannis 
Low. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 
brothers-in-law John Cantine and Charles Brodhead and 
nephew Cornelius Cole. Witnesses John Evans, Louis 
Brodhead of Marbletown, farmer, and Christopher Tappen 
of Kingston, esquire. 



Calendar of Wills. 



365 



X607 (S 136) 

1779 

Jany. 27 

1783 
Febry. 7 



SANDERS, John, of Schenectady, Albany Co., 
merchant. Wife Debora, children Margerieta, Maria, 
wife of John Ja. Beekman, John, Sarah, wife of John 
Sanders Glen, who has son Jacob Sanders Glen, Elsje, 
wife of Myndert Schuyler ten Eyck, who has son John 
Sanders ten Eyck. Houses and lots in Schonectady, 
land near it, do. on Aries Creek in Tryon Co., do. on 
White Creek in the Patent granted to Lieut Henry 
Farrant, house and lot in 3d Ward, Albany, near the 
Church of England, personal property. Executors the 
wife and son John. Witnesses Alexander Vedder, Peter 
van Benthuysen, hatter, and Abraham Oothout, esquire. 



1608 (S 137) 

1780 
Decbr. 13 

1782 

Febry. 20 

German 



SCHERP, Peter, of the Camp, Albany Co. 
Children George, Petrus, Maria, wife of Peter Wissmer, 
Gertoje, wife of Frederick Maul, Margrita, children of 
dcc'd da. Catharina, late wife of Philipp Rockefeller, 
vizt: Petrus, Eva and Catharina. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons George and Petrus Scherp, 
Christian Philipp and Henrich Will. Witnesses Johannes 
Peter Russ, Abrm. J. Delameter of said Co., farmer, and 
Rev. Gerhard Daniel Cock. 



X609 (S X38) 

1781 

June 3 

1782 

Febry. 9 



SCHOONMAKER, Godfrey, of Claverack, 

Albany Co. Wife Annamaria, children Henry, Elisa- 
beth, Margaret, Catherine, Johanes, John Mathias, Han- 
nah and Godfrey. Real and personal estate. Executors 
George Lown and Johannes Stall. Witnesses Johann 
Goerg (George) Goebel, farmer, Wynant Mantil and 
Martin Delong. 



1610(8139) 
Z781 

Septbr. 17 

Novbr. z 



SIM SON, Joseph, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 

Co., yeoman. Wife , a son and a daughter, not 

named. " My substance.** Executors father Joseph 
Simson senior and brothers Peter and James Simson. 
Witnesses Ananias Cooper, Alexander B. Thompson and 
Frederick Haver of said Co., farmers. 



366 



Calendar of Wills. 



1611(8140) 
1781 

Novbr. 22 

1785 
April 26 



1612(8141) 

1781 
Febry. 22 

1782 
June 14 



16x3(8x42) 

X782 
Febry. 16 
NoTbr. 23 



16x4 (8 X43) 

X782 
Febry. 21 

Jaay. 26 



STRAIGHT, Frederick, of Rynbeck, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Catherine, children Frederick, Christina Ham, 
Margaret Ule, Catherine Lodawick, children of dec'd 
da. Maddalan Bander, of dec'd da. Mary Eckert, of 
dec'd son George, son-in-law Frederick Ham, grandsons 
Counradt Ham and Casper Ham, grandda. Maddleen 
Moor. Real and personal estate. Executors son Fred- 
erick and son-in-law (?) Counradt Ham. Witnesses Fetter 
Eckert, Abraham Fredenburgh, both of said Co., yeomen, 
and Hugh Willson. 

SWART, Josaias, of Schohary, Albany Co. Wife 
Geerdreuy, children Tenes, Bartholomaus, Sarah, Engel, 
Eva, Steynge, Maria, heir of dec'd da. Geertruy, viz: 
Josaias Clerk, heirs of dec'd da. Susannah. Homefarm, 
land in Smith Dorp on E. side of Schohary Kil and 
other land in Schohary Patent, personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, son Tenes and Johannes I. Lawyer. 
Witnesses Adam Seth Vrooman, farmer, Daniel Mc- 
Michael, blacksmith, and William Schermerhorn. 

SAYER (Sawyer), James, of Orange Co., 

farmer. Wife Elizabeth, children Benjamin, Moses, 
Matthew, Sarah, March, Temperance. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, John Steward and 
Benjamin Carpenter. Witnesses Anthony Dobbin, 
Michael Jackson and Thaddious Finch of Goshen Pre- 
cinct. 

SCHUYLER, Margaret, widow of Colonel 

Philipp Schuyler of the Flats, Albany Co. Geertruy, 
wife of Dr. John Cochran, Philipp Schuyler, Stephen I. 
Schuyler, children of Cortlandt Schuyler dec'd, Henry 
Cuyler, Philipp Cuyler, Cornelius Cuyler, Abraham C. 
Cuyler, Elizabeth, widow of James van Cortlandt, Mar- 
garet, wife of Isaac Low. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Philipp Cuyler and Stephen I. Schuyler. 
Witnesses Myndert Roseboom, John A. Wendel and Mat. 
Visschen 



Calendar of Wills. 367 



'^'i7to^^ SERVICE, Peter, of Tryon Co.. farmer. Wife 
Ang. II Madailaine, sons-in-law Jacob Kitts and Johannes Kitts. 
lany^^io ^^^' ^"^ personal estate. Executors the two sons-in- 
law. Witnesses James Platto of Cachnawage, Tryon 
Co., yeoman, Godfrey Shew and Stephen Shew. 

*^»^^|,'45) SMITH, James, of Montgomery Prect., Ulster Co.. 
Jane ii surgeon. Son James, by first wife Anne Anderson, sons 
Fe^ry! i Thomas, Frederick. Abraham, and Charles Lynam by 
second wife Rebecca Neelly. Real and personal estate. 
Executors James Hartley, John Hartley, living on Gil- 
laspy's former farm, and Robert McCurdy. No witnesses ; 
proved by the testimony of Henjamin Sears, cooper, and 
James McClaughry. merchant, both of said Prect., as to 
handwriting. 

'^'7(Si45bis) SMITH, James, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Decbr. 6 Wife Ruth, an expected child, niece Sarah Hradner, step- 
ltMj20 ^^" Daniel Carpenter, nephews Asa, Richard, William 
and John, sons of John Smith, Jonathan, and Enus, sons 
of bro. William Smith, George and William, sons of 
bro. Joshua Smith. " My estate.*' Executors nephew 
John, son of William Smith, and Samuel Gale of Gales- 
borough. Witnesses John Smith, cooper, Caleb Smith, 
weaver, and John Smith jun., all of sd. Prect. 

'^^Jff^Mfi) STEVENS, Aaron, of Albany Co. Sons Jona- 

Octbr. 28 than, Thomas and Hendericus, daughters Margaret and 

loners Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 

, William Stevens and Gerret Spitzer. Witnesses 

William Stevens, farmer, Gerrit Spitzer, weaver, both of 
Schenectady District, said Co., and Colen McLeland. 

'^'i;!/^^' SPRINGSTEEN, HermanUS, late Private 2d 

July 22 N. Y. Regt., now of Poughkeepsie Prect., Dutchess Co. 

April^i Wife Altje, sons Coenrad and John, daughter Mary. 

Personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 

Saml. Dodge, Comfort Johnson and Richard Dodge of 

N. Y. City, gentleman. Proved in N. Y. City. 



368 



Calendar of Wills. 



1620(8148) 
1783 

March 32 
Aug. 19 



STEVENS, William, of Paulings Prect, Dutch- 
ess Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, sons Gideon, Samuel, 
Thomas, Ephraim, William, Joseph, Roger, daughters 
Keziah Reynolds, Hannah Shearman, Deborah Parks, 
Lydia, Susannah, Mary, grandsons Zebulon and Ebenezer 
Saule, sons of da. Keziah Reynolds. Homefarm, land on 
or near Otter Creek, N. H., personal property. Executor 
Elder Samuel Waldo of said Precinct. Witnesses John 
Robinson, Ebenezer Moor, yeomen, and Abner Chase. 



1631 (S 149) 

1783 
Febry, — 
Octbr. 13 



SMEDES, Petrus, of the Green Kil, Kingston, 
Ulster Co., miller. Wife Catharina, son Petrus, daugh- 
ters Gerritje, Sarah, Elizabeth, Jackamyntje, children of 
dec'd da. Magdelena, of dec'd da. Catherina, of son Ben- 
jamin, vizt. John, Petrus, Jacob and Elizabeth. Real 
estate includes a farm at Shawangonk, personal property. 
Executors the wife, son Petrus, grandson Coenradt I. 
Elmendorph and Albert Pawling. Witnesses Johannis 
van Wagenen jun., Petrus van Wagenen jun. and Jacob 
van Wagenen, all of Hurley Town, said Co., farmers. 



1622(8150) 
X783 

Septbr. 6 
Octbr. 7 



STEPHENS, Alexander, of Haverstraw Prect., 
Orange Co., yeoman. Children Stephen, Peter, Abra- 
ham, Hendrick, Maria, Elizabeth, Jonitee and the wife of 
Dowe Vanderbelt. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Stephen and Peter, Jacobus van Orden and Resol- 
vert R. van Houten. Witnesses Stephen Stephens, Hen- 
drick Stephens, both of said Precinct and David Pye, 
esquire. 



X623 (8 151) 
1783 

NOTDf. 2X 
1784 

Novbr. 17 



SMITH, John, of Cornwall Prect., Orange Co. 
Children Keziah, John, Martha, Sarah, heirs of dec'd da- 
Ellethea. " My estate." Executor son Joseph. Wit- 
nesses Henry Mandeville, Jacob White and Jeremiah 
Clark of Cornwall Prect., esquire. 



Calendar of Wills. 369 



^^^ijSi^^ STURGIS, Nathan, of Fredericksburgh Prect., 

April 28 Dutchess Co. Wife Mary, son Thadeus, daughters Rho- 

M^ay^o ^'^'^ ^"^' Sary. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

wife and Stephen Hurlbutt. Witnesses Humphrey Ogden 

jun. of said Co., farmer, David Sturgis and Humphrey 

Ogden. 

'^2f ^|^'53) SCH R AM, William, of Lonenburgh, Albany Co., 
Octbr. 23 yeoman. Wife Catharine, children Peter, Clement, Fred- 
Janyf 8 erick, Veldte (Valentin), Johannis, Jeremiah, Maria, wife 
of William Halenbeck, Geertruy, wife of Jacob van Bus- 
kirk, Annatje, wife of Mathys Bronk. "Temporals." 
Executors sons Peter and Clement and son-in-law Mathys 
Bronk. Witnesses Henry Knoll, Frederick Lantman of 
Coxhacky Distr., farmer, and his wife Catharina. 

1626(8154) SHURRIE, Johannes, of Rumbouts Prect., 
Mav 28 Dutchess Co., farmer. Children Elizabeth, wife of Jere- 
Novbr. 4 miah Jones, Catherine, wife of Laurence HafI, Maria, 
wife of John Conkland, Anitie, wife of Laurence Conk- 
land, Lydia, wife of James Hicks, children of dec'd da. 
Rachel, do. of dec*d da. Sarah. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons-in-law Laurence Haff, John Conk- 
land, Laurence Conkland and James Hicks. Witnesses 
Stephen Townsend, Thomas Rosekrans, yeoman, and 
Walter Scot. 

1627 (S 15s) SM ITH, Caleb, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. Wife 
April 17 Abigail, sons Henry Conkling, Stephen, John, Caleb, 
May 6 Joshua, da. Abigail. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors sons Henry Conkling Smith and Stephen Smith, 
bro. Stephen Smith and Benjamin Conkling. Witnesess 
James Carpenter, John L. Moffat, Coe Gale and Reuben 
Hopkins. 

»628(Si56) SLINGERLAND, Abraham^ of Rensselaers- 

July 13 wyck Colony, yeoman. Wife Rebecca, sons Tunis, Peter, 

Taiiy^23 Albert, Abraham, Stephen, daughters Catriena and 

Marytje. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 



370 



Calendar of Wills. 



1629(8x57) 
1784 

Septbr. 17 
NoTbr. XI 



and sons Peter and Abraham. Witnesses Christ ena SHn- 
gerlandy Hester Slingerland and Jacob de Garmo of 
Albany Co., cordwainer. 

SMITH, Azariah, of Amenia Prect., Dutchess Co. 

Wife , children Anna, Ezeriah, David, Elijah, children 

of da. Sarah. Homefarm, land in Saulsbury, personal 
property. Executor son Elijah. Witnesses Stephen 
Jones of said Co., farmer, George Sornberger and Ichabod 
Paine. 



X630 (S 158) 

1784 
March 25 

X787 
Jany. X2 



X63X (S XS9) 

1785 ^ 
xith Day 

3d Month 

June 25 



x632(Sx6o) 

X785 
April 2 

1786 

Jaay. x8 



X633 (S x6x) 

1785 
Juae X7 

NoTbr. 7 



SEARS, Benjamin, of South East Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Abigail, children Benjamin, Lydia, Abigail, 
Sunderlin, Stephen, Seth and Mercy. " Worldly estate." 
Executors son Seth, and son-in-law Shaw Young. Wit- 
nesses James Sackett, Joseph Sackett and Edmond 
Wright of said Co., farmer. 

SPENCER, Benjamin, of Beekmans Prect, 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife , children, Henry, El- 

nathan, Amey, Lydia. ** My estate." Executrix the wife. 
Witnesses Elnathan Sweet, Joseph Lancaster, both of said 
Co., farmers, and Samuel Whipple. 

SALISBURY, Sylvester, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Elsie, children Rachel, Lawrence, 
John and Anna Marytje. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, brothers-in-law Philip Hooghteling 
and James Roe, cousins Abraham Salisbury and Joseph 
Oosterhoudt. Witnesses Jacob Borhas, yeoman. Jacobus 
Hasbrouck jun., merchant, and John Eltingc, merchant, 
all of Kingston. 

SMITH, Samuel, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Children Daniel, Robert, George, Samuel, Cat- 
train. ** My estate." Executors sons Daniel and Robert 
and Samuel Mott. Witnesses James Valentine, William 
Gay, both of Dutchess Co., farmers, and John Laroy. 



Calendar of Wills. 



371 



1634 (S 162) 

^^^^ 

2Aih Day 

3d Month 

1786 

April 10 



163s (S 163) 

1785^ 
May 16 

1786 

May 17 



1636(8x64) 

1786 

April 15 

May 15 



1637 (S x6s) 

X794 ^ 
Decbr. z6 

»795 
Oct or. Z2 



1638(8166) 

X794 
April 17 



SOWLE, James, of Saratoga, Albany Co., hatter. 
Wife Jemima, sons Jonathan, James, Robert, daughters 
Lcvlna, Deborah, Lydia, Eunice and Hannah. Land at 
Nantucket, homefarm and personal property. Executor 
and guardian bro. Jonathan Sowle. Witnesses Gideon 
Mead, Asa Brown, yeoman, and Rebecca Leggett. 

ST. JOHN, Abram, of Fredericksburgh, Dutchess 
Co. Mother Experience St. John, wife Lucy, children 
Lucy, Sarah, Elizabeth, Eunice, Lydia, Abraham and 
John Reed. Real and personal estate. Executor the 
wife. Witnesses Nathaniel Hayes, Stephen Northrup, 
carpenter, and Ephraim Jones. 

SMITH, Samuel, of Washington Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Hannah, sons Samuel, Israel and Waters, 
daugliters Hannah, Elizabeth and Mary. " My estate." 
Executors the wife, son Samuel and bro. Israel Smith. 
Witnesses James Jackson, William R. Sutherland and 
Henry S. Piatt of said Co., farmer. 

SMITH, William, mariner. John Bill, of the Third 
Ward, N. Y. City, innholder, sole heir and executor of 
personal estate. Witnesses Benjamin Bates Smith and 
William Cummins of N. Y. City, marshall. Printed form. 

SHAW, Samuel, U. S. Consul at Canton, now on 
board the ship Washington at anchor in the Bay of Sunda. 
Wife Hannah, bro. William Shaw of Boston, merchant. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, the brother 
and Thomas Randall, commander of the ship Washington. 
Witnesses Samuel Hubbart, James Dodge and Benjamin 
Shaw. Not proved. 



1639(8x67) 

1797 
Octbr. 7 

X798 

May 13 



IN, Robert, of Coxsakie Distr., Albany Co., 
mariner. James, son of bro.-in-law Ahasverus Turk, 
Ahasverus, grandson of said bro.-in-law, sister-in-law, 
widow Sarah Turk, Phoebe Burns, adopted da., da. Mary, 
wife of Henry Hoofteeling. Real and personal estate. 



372 



Calendar of Wills. 



Executors bro.-in-law Ahasverus Turk, John P. Pearss of 
N. Y. City, merchant, and John Deiamater of said city, 
merchant (son of Isaac D., dec'd). Witnesses John Mc- 
Murray, John Smith and Francis Child. 



1640 (S 168) 
March 24 



164Z (S 169) 

X7IZ 
Juae 27 



SHON, John. The wiiolewill under this No. reads: 

•' I appoint my Father Mr. George Shon of South Path- 

erton Bridgemills near Crookhom within the County of 

Somersetshire in the Kingdom of Great Britain my sole 

Executor and Mr. Richard Morris, Auctioneer of the City 

of New York executor in trust for my Father. 

John Shon X his mark. 
Done in the presence of 

John Bamfield, 

John Nichols (of New York City, cabinet maker), 

Thomas Chapman. 

SCHUYLER, Margaret, widow of Philipp, 

sometime of Albany, merchant. Children Peter, Geer- 
truy, Alida, Arent, Philipp, Johannis, Margaret, children 
of son Brant vizt. Philipp, Oliver and Johannes. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons Peter and Johan- 
nes, son-in-law Robert Livingston, husband of da. Alida. 
Witnesses Jonathan Rumney, Anthony Caster and John 
Dunbar. 



1642 
1786 

March 9 
1787 

Febry. 6 



i6a3 

1787 
March 27 
April II 



SANDS, Stephen, of N. Y. City, clock- and watch- 
maker. Wife Mary, children Nathaniel, Philipp Bransen, 
Stephen, Elizabeth and Ann. Real and personal estate. 
Executors brothers Robert Sands of Rhinebeck, Dutchess 
Co., and Joshua Sands of N. Y. City, merchant. Wit- 
nesses Henry Rogers, merchant, William Lupton and 
Henry Mitchell, watchmaker. Recorded in Wills and 
Probates, Vol. I., p. 21. 

SICE, John, of N. Y. City, baker. Father John 
Michael Sice, sisters Elizabeth Mathewman, Rebecca 
Dalgall, brother Michael Sice. Real and personal prop- 



Calendar of Wills. 373 



erty. Executors Wendell Boos and Thomas Stagg, both 
of N. Y. City, bakers. Witnesses Cornelius I. Bogert, 
John Buxton and John Sticklen of N. Y. City, cord- 
wainer. Recorded ut supra, p. 103. 

Jj^ STU YVESANT, Gerardus, of the Bowery, Out 

Octfcr. 26 Ward, N. Y. City. Sons Nicholas and Peter sole heirs 

1*786 
Ang. 7 ^"^ executors with the Honble. John Watts, John van 

Cortlandt and James van Cortlandt as advisers. Wit- 
nesses Aug. V. Cortlandt, Thos. Wendover jun. and John 
Lasher jun. Recorded ut supra, p. 105. 

Jjjl SEARS, Isaac, of N. Y. City, merchant. Wife 

April 27 Sarah, children Esther, Sarah, Mary, Rebecca, Isaac* 
April24 Jasper and Abigail Drake Sears. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and Paschal N. Smith. Wit- 
nesses Donald Campbell, esquire, Joseph Peirson and 
Eliakim Raymond, merchant. Recorded ut supra, p. 
120. 

Ijjj SMYTH, John, late of Perth-Amboy, N. J., now of 

Fcbnr. 18 N. Y. City. Wife Susannah, son Andrew, niece Frances, 
Attfffao ^^' ^' Charles Moore, cousin James Johnston of the 
Fresh Ponds near Cranbury, Middlesex Co., N. J. Real 
estate or what the Americans have not confiscated of it, 
personal property. Father Lawrence Smyth and mother 
Margaret Smyth mentioned. Executors John de Hart 
and John Chetwood, both of Elizabeth Town, attorneys- 
at-law with James Parker and Walter Rutherford as ad- 
visers. Witnesses Thos. Skinner, Lambert Moore of N. 
Y. City, esquire, and L Moore jun. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 151. 

J<^47 SHEARMAN, Uzail, of N. Y. City, shipwright. 

Novbr. 24 Wife Aletty, children Uzail, Aletty, Edward, Hannah 
AdH12 ^^^ John. Real and personal estate. Executors George 
Hopson, butcher, and William Elsworth, gunsmith, both 
of N. Y. City. Witnesses Huybert v. Wagenen, merchant, 
Simon Schermerhorn and 1. H. van Wagenen. Recorded 
ut supra, p. 183. 



374 Calendar of Wills. 



J!!l! STILLWELL, Richard, of Middletown Town- 

Septbr. 21 ship, Monmouth Co., N. J. Wife Lydia, children Ger- 
AprlTid shorn, Mercy, Mary and Catherine. House and lot in 
N. Y. City, homefarm, land at Neycake, do. in Shrews- 
bury Township, personal property. Executors the wife, 
Thomas Hartshorne and Robert Hartshorne. Witnesses 
Sarah Hartshorne, Elizabeth Hartshorne, at date of proof 
wife of Robert Bowne of N. Y. City, merchant, and 
Richard Hartshorne. Recorded ut supra, p. 339. 

Jjg SHELDON, Aaron, of Hudson, Columbia Co., 

Febrj. a8 trader. Mother Eunice Phelps of Great Barrington, 

J»n« 5 Berkshire Co., Mass. " My estate." Executor Samuel 

Edmunds of Hudson. Witnesses John Farnam and W. 

King. Will signed at Great Barrington. Recorded ut 

supra, p. 343. 

Jjg STEVENS, John, of Libanon Township, Hunter- 

April 7 don Co., N. J. Wife , son John, da. Mary, sister 

Decl?r ao Sarah Stevens, bro. Richard Stevens. Homefarm, house 
and lot in N. Y. City, farms in the Society's Grant Tracts 
in Hunterdon Co., personal property (plate). Executors 
the wife, son and daughter. Witnesses Peter Garrabrants 
jun. of Bergen Co. N. J., saddler, Jacob Eick and William 
Eick. Recorded ut supra, p. 378. 

16S1 SHERWOOD, William, ropemaker, late of 

Z793 
July 25 N. Y. City, now of the vicinity of Augusta, Georgia. 

Aug. 7 Wife , children Moses and Mary. " Temporal estate." 

Executor Andrew Innes. Witnesses Jesse Newton, Yel- 
vered Reardon and William H. Jack. Proved in Rich- 
mond Co., Georgia. Recorded ut supra, p. 405. 

\^f SMITH, William, of N. Y. City. Wife and chil- 

NoTbr. 16 dren, not named, except son William. John Blender- 

AorS^io leath, husband of da. Janet. Land in Moore Town, 

personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 

Thos. Smith of N. Y. City, esquire, Robert Whyte and 

James S. Smith. Recorded ut supra, p. 410. 



Calendar of Wills. 375 



;g3 SEGUR-PETRAY, Louis Antoine,Vicomte 

June IS d6| Chevalier de Tordre de St. Louis, late of the Province 
wij '7 of Perigord, France, now of N. Y. Wife Marie Nicole 
Ralin, sons Claude Nicholas Louis and Joseph Byprien 
Segur. Real estate in France, U. S., and Island of St. 
Domingo, personal property. The wife guardian and 
executrix. Witnesses Antude Menyin, Charles Adams 
and Noel John Barbarin. Recorded ut supra, p. 426. 

J«54 SPAVOLD, Mary, of Bawtry, County of York, 

Decbr. 14 England, widow. Daughter Elizabeth, wife of James 
SeotSr K ^^^^^^t of Katskil, Albany Co., N. Y., niece Catharine 

Harrot ; Mary, da. of Robert Spencer of Hodsark, George 
Gooddy of Bawtry, mercer and draper. Personal prop- 
erty. Executor George Gooddy. Witnesses Mary How- 
son and Thos. Thirkcll, George Remsen of N. Y. City, 
merchant, attorney for Elizabeth Barker, made adminis- 
trator. Recorded ut supra, p. 436. 

<<^55 STEUBEN, Frederick William, Baron de, 

1794 . . 

Fcbry. 12 of N. Y. City. Former Aids-de-Camp Benjamin Walker 
p'79S and William North, adopted as children, John I. Mulli- 

gan. Real and personal property (gold hilted sword, 
given by U. S. Congress, gold box, given by N. Y. City). 
Executors Benjamin Walker and Wm. North. Witnesses 
Charles Williamson, Charles Adams and W. H. Robinson 
of N. Y. City, merchant. Recorded ut supra, p. 460. 

i«5« SPRACCS, Samuel, of N. Y. City, schoolmaster. 

1784 
April 36 Wife Mary, sole heiress and with nephew Edward, son of 

'795 Daniel Dunscomb, executrix of real and personal estate. 

Witnesses William Deane, Daniel Voorhis and Abraham 

Lynsen. Recorded ut supra, p. 471. 

i6|7 SCHUYLER, Philipp, of New Barbadoes. Sis- 

Aug.29 ^^r Swans Schuyler and her son John, nephews John 

Septbr. 27 Rensselaer and Peter, sons of bio. John Schuyler. Land 

on Passaic River, personal property (a silver bowl). Ex- 



376 



Calendar of Wills. 



Z658 
1815 

July 20 
Aug. 8 



ecutors bro. John Schuyler, Arent Schuyler and nephew 
Adoniah Schuyler. Witnesses James Brown, John Mar- 
ley and Pierre E. Fleming. Proved in Bergen Co., N. J. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 528. 

SHIELDS, Barnard, late U. S. soldier. Thomas 
Dexter and wife Lucy of Albany sole heirs and executors 
of real (?) and personal property. Witnesses Christr. 
Monk, Aaron Lyon and James Dexter. Recorded ut 
supra, Vol. IL, p. 326. 



1659 
Octbr. 2 



SPR ANGER, John, of N. Y. City, ship carpenter, 
letters of administration on the estate of, granted to his 
widow Sarah Spranger. Recorded ut supra, Vol. IIL, 
p. 158. 



1660 

i8xz 

Decbr. 30 

18x8 

Aug. 6 



SMITH, Jani68, of Broadalbin, Montgomery Co. 
Thomas Hewitt, of the same place, widow Anna Hewitt, 
also of Broadalbin. Land in lot No. 10 Milton, now Town 
of Genoa, Cayuga Co., personal property. Executors 
Thomas Hewitt and John Parsons. Witnesses James 
Ford, Daniel Stewart and Luther Wheeler. Recorded 
ut supra, Vol. IV., p. 99. 



z66i 

Z805 
Decbr. 25 

Z823 
Jany. z8 



STRINGER, Samuel, of Albany City, physician. 
Daughters Lydia and Gertrude, wife of ? (not named). 
Houses and lots in Market Str., on West side of Middle 
Lane, lot No. 137 Pitts Town, Rensselaer Co., a silver 
coffeepot, marked on the bottom £. W., a do. oval bowled 
soup spoon, a do. teapot, a do. milkpot, 12 do. desert 
spoons, 2 do. salt spoons, 2 do. salt cellars, all marked 
L T. E., a pair of do. pint mugs with the letters R. G. T., 
6 do. large table spoons, all marked E. W., 3 do. large 
table spoons, marked S. W. E., one do. chased punch 
laddie, 2 do. salt spoons, 2 do. salt cellars, all unmarked, 
a fine library of medical works, about 160 titles, surgical 
instruments, bankstock, turnpike stock and other personal 



Calendar of Wills. 377 



property. Trustees Honble. John Lansing jun., and 
Samuel Stringer Lush. Executors Stephen Lush and 
Barent Bleecker. Witnesses Isaac Truax, J. H. Wendell 
and John Brinckerhoff. Recorded ut supra, p. 123. 



1662 SCHUYLER, Philipp, of Albany City. Children 

June 20 Phih'pp Jeremiah, Rensselaer, Angelica, wife of John 
MarS a Barker Church, Elizabeth, w. of Alexander Hamilton, 
Cornelia, wife of Washn. Morton, and Catherine, wife of 
Samuel B. Malcolm, grandsons Philipp Schuyler, son of 
dec*d son John Bradstreet Schuyler, and Stephen van 
Rensselaer, son of dec*d da. Margaret and Stephen van 
Rensselaer sen. Land at Saratoga, houses and lots on 
Market Str. and on Montgomery Str., Albany, personal 
estate. Son Philipp Jeremiah Schuyler, sons-in-law 
Alexander Hamilton and Stephen van Rensselaer guar- 
dians to grandsons Philipp Schuyler and Stephen van 
Rensselaer. Executors sons Philipp Jeremiah and Rens- 
selaer, sons-in-law John Barker Church, Alexander Hamil- 
ton and Stephen van Rensselaer. Witnesses Abm. ten 
Brocck, G. W. Mancius, Catherine Mancius and Margaret 
ten Broeck. Recorded ut supra, p. 207. 



Is^f SWIFT, Elijah, of Aurelius Town, Cayuga Co. 

May 30 Bro. Jarvis Swift sole heir of real and personal estate, 
^'nt^^n George Casey of the Town of Aurelius executor. Wit- 
nesses Wm. L Hopkins, Reuben Hawley and John 
Hawley. Recorded ut supra. Vol. V., p. 23. 



Aog. 9 



J^4 STONE, William, of Whitestown, Oneida Co. 

April 20 Wife Rachel, Nathan Richardson of the same place and 
M^^27 ^*^^ Betsey. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

wife and Nathan Richardson. Witnesses John G. 

Weaver, I. H. Osborn and M. Talcott. Recorded ut 

supra, p. 78. 



378 



Calendar of Wills. 



1665 
1661 

Decbr. 31 
Dutch 



1666 

1673 

April 19 

Dutch 



Z667 
Septbr. 7 

6 p.r 



Dutch 



1668 

1683 

May I 

1683-4 

March 4 

Dutch 



1660 

X685 
March 24 

Dutch 



SWART, Cerard, Schout (Sheriff), of Rcnssclaers- 
wyck Colony and wife Authonia van Ryswyck. The 
survivor, no children. Real and personal properly. 
Witnesses Jan Labatie, Jan Dareth, Dirck van Schclluyne, 
Notary. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 188 
(202). 

SANDERSEN, Robert, of Albany, and wife 
Elsie Barents. Children Elisabeth, Marytie, Saertie and 
Annetie. Real and personal estate. The survivor ex- 
ecutor. Witnesses Claes Ripscn van Dam, William J. 
Nottingham and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. 
Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. S30. 

SCHERMERHOORN, Reyer Jacobsen, of 

New Albany, born there, and wife Ariaentie Arents, born 
in the Esopus. The survivor heir and executor. Children 
mentioned, but not named. Real and personal property. 
Witnesses Omy de la Gransie, Evert Jansen (Wendel) 
and Adrien van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 49. 

SCHUYLER, Phjiipp, old Magistrate of Albany, 
and wife Margarcta van SUchtenhorst. Children Gccr- 
truy, wife of Stephen van Cortlandt, Alida, wife of 
Robert Livingston, Peter, Brant, Arent, Philipp, Johannes 
and Margriet. Real and personal property. Executor 
and guardian of minor children the survivor, in this case 
the wife. Witnesses Mr. Cornells van Dyck and Magis- 
trate Dirck Wessells (ten Broeck) and Robert Livingston, 
secretary. Albany Co. Records, Court Minutes 1680-5, 
p. 511. See No. 1473. 

SCHUYLER, Arent, of Albany, and wife Jan- 
neke Teller. Expected children. Real and personal 
estate. Executor the survivor. Witnesses Jan Vcrbceck, 
Jacob Abrahamsen and Jan Becker, Notary Public. 
Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 552. 



Calendar of Wills. 



379 



1670 
1688 

May 21 



1671 

1689 

July I 



1672 

1692 

Aug. 23 



1673 

1708 

Aug. 31 

1730 

July 27 

Dutch 



1674 

Decbr. 15 

Dutch 



SHERMERHOORN, Jacob J an sen, of Shin- 

nechtady, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Jannetje, children 
Ryer, Symon, Helena, wife of Myndert Harmensen, 
Jacob, Machtell, wife of Johannes Bceckman, Cornelis, 
Jannetie, Neeltie and Lucas. Real and personal estate 
(plate). The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Domine 
Gideon Schaets and Jacob Staets. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., p. 26. 

SMITH, Carsten Frederiksen, and wife Tryntje 

Warners, of Albany. Children Margaret, 20 yrs. old, 
Warner, 15 yrs, Anna Mary, 12 years, and Magdaleentje, 
9 yrs. Real and personal estate. Executor the sur- 
vivor. Witnesses Stoffel Jansen Abeel, Evert Jansen 
(Wendell) and Robert Livingston, secretary. Albany Co. 
Records, Minutes 1686-1702, p. 122. 

SCHOONHOVEN, Court Hondricksen, of 

the Half Moon, Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Maritje 
Cornclissen, children Jacobus, Hendrick, Hendrickie, 
Geertruy and Jacomyntie, heirs of da. Margriet. Real 
and personal property. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Jacob Staets and Hendr. van Dyck. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, L, p. 8$. 

SYMONSEN, Plotor, of Rensselaerswyck Colony. 
Wife Neeltie, children Symon and Maritie. Real and 
personal property. Executors brothers Gerrit and Vol- 
kert Symonsen. van Rensselaer Manor Records, No. 
1226. 

SCHUYLER, Abraham, of Albany City, free- 

man. Wife Geertruy, children David, 17 yrs. old, Chris- 
ty na, IS yrs., Dirck, 10 yrs., Abraham $ yrs., and Jacobus, 
3 yrs. Real and personal estate. Guardians and execu- 
tors brothers David and Myndert Schuyler and brothers- 
in-law Wcsscl and Zamucl ten Broeck. Witnesses 
Andries Coeyemans, Johs. Cuyler and Pieter van Brugh. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 186. 



38o 



Calendar of Wills. 



1675 
7x2^ 

Jany 
Dutch 



X7xa-xj 
.38 



1676 
1717 

Aprils 
1710 

April 8 



1677 
1719 

May 26 
1720 

Junes 



SLINCERLANT, Aarent, of Rensselaerswyck 
Colony. Wife Geertruy, children Teunis, Gerrit, Engeltie 
and Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 
Albert Slingerlant, Johannes Myngaal and Casper van 
Hoesen. Witnesses Johannis Myngal, Albert Slinger- 
lant and Rutger Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. 160. 

SCHERMERHOORN, Reyer, of Schonectady 

Co., esquire. Wife Aryantie, sons John, Jacob, Aerent, 
daughter Janneke, wife of Volkert Symonsen, children of 
dec'd da. Cataline, late wife of John Wemp, vizt. Myndert, 
Ryert and Ariaentie, bro. Luycas Schermerhoorn, Han- 
nah, da. and Wilhelmus, son of Garret Symonsen, Aryan- 
tie Symonsen, wife of Daniel Danielsen. Real estate in 
Schonectady, do. in the Raretans, East N. J., personal 
property. Executors the three sons. Witnesses Dou 
Aukes, Capt. Philipp Schuyler and Phil. Verplank. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, II., p. 163. See No. 1480. 

SPOOR, Gerrit, of Albany. Wife Mary, children 
Johannes, Annmary, Corneh'a, William and Abraham. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and Claas 
van Woert. Witnesses Abraham Staats, Johannis Maesen 
and Rutger Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 
p. 107. 



1678 

X735 
June 7 

1371 
July 13 



1679 

173X 
Septbr. 24 

1739-40 
Jany. 30 



SLINCERLAND, Albert, of Niscothaa, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Hester, children Johannis, Thomas, 
Engeltie, wife of Anderies Wittbeek jun., Teunis. Real 
and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Joh. Myngal, Jacob Roseboom and Rutger Bleecker, 
Albany Co. Records Wills, I., p. 188. 

STAATS, Abraham, of Claverack, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Elsje, da. of Johs. Wendell, sons Abraham, 
Samuel, Jochem, Johannis, Isaac and Jacob, daughters 
Maria, Catrtna, Sarah, Elizabeth and Elsje. Real and 



Calendar of Wills. 381 



personal estate. Executors sons Johannis and Isaac, Mr. 
Barent Staats, Robert Sanders and Johannis Provoost. 
Witnesses Jacob Staats, Abraham Provoost and Barent 
Sanders. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 224. 

1680 STALEY, Hendrick, of Albany Co., yeoman. 

Octbr. 2 Sons Matthias, Haramanis, Hendrick, Jacob, George, 
Innelo K^>lif» grandson John Staley. Real and personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons Hermanis and Hendrick. Wit- 
nesses John Manning, George Lin and Christyan Man- 
ning. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 35. 

1681 SCHUYLER, John Courtlandt, of Water Vliet, 

1793 

Decbr. 27 Albany Co. Wife Angelica, da. of Henry I. van Rensse- 

IaiM?^ii '^^^' mother Barbara, widow of Courtlandt Schuyler. 

Real and personal estate. Executors father-in-law Henry 

1. van Rensselaer, uncle Stephen I. Schuyler for property 
in America and mother Barbara Schuyler for estate in 
Europe. Witnesses Francis Nicoll, Ozias M. Huntington 
and Ph. Schuyler. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 

2, p. 61. 

««8»(T0 TITUS, Hannah. Sons Content, John, Samuel, 

Minri4 Abiall, da. Susanna. Real and personal estate. No 
1^1^^ executors named. Witnesses Richard Williams and 



May 23 



Thomas Skidmor. Proved at Huntington. 



«683 (T 2) TAYLOR, Edward, of N. Y. City. Mrs. Elizabeth 

May 5 Plumley, children Mary, Edward and Charles. Real and 
personal estate (half a dozen silver forks, 6 do. spoons, 6 
do. porringers). Executors William Nicoll, Ebenezer 
Wilson and John Hutchins. Witnesses Dan Bate, Ren6 
Rezeau, Abraham Rezeau and Roger Jones. Codicil of 
Scptbr. 16, 1701, makes William Nicoll, Ebenezer Wilson, 
Edwrard Antill and Elizabeth Plumley heirs, in case the 
children should die without issue, and the three first- 
named executors and guardians. Witnesses Ren£ Rezeau 
and Wm. Dalton. 



382 



Calendar of Wills. 



Z684 (T 3) 

170^ 

Fcbry. 5 
X717-8 

March 6 
Dutch 



X685 (T 4) 

Febry. 4 
X717-8 

Febry. 6 
Dutch 



z686 (T 5) 

17x6 
Septbr. 6 

1736 
July xo 



x687(T6) 

X7x6 
Decbr. xx 

X722 

Octbr. 2g 

Dutch 



ten HOUT, Severyn^ of Shawankonk, Ulster Co., 
farmer. Wife Geertruy, stepson Jacob Bruyn, who has 
son Severyn ten Hout, sole heirs and executors of real 
and personal property. Witnesses Col. Jacob Rutsen, 
Major Johannis Hardenbergh, Capt. Johannis Schep- 
moes and Johannis ten Broeck. 

ten BROECK, Dirck Wesselsen, late of AU 

bany, now of Livingston Manor. Wife Christyna, sons 
Wessel, Samuel, Johannes, Tobias, daughters Elsje, wife 
of Johannes Cuylaer, Catalyntje, wife of Johan Lissier, 
Cornelia, wife of Johannes Wynkoop, Geertruy, wife of 
Abraham Schuylaer, Christyna, wife of Johannes van 
Alen, Elizabeth, wife of Antny Costers, Lidia, wife of 
Volckert van Vechten. Houses and lots in Albany, land 
in Livingston Manor. Executors the wife and the four 
sons. Witnesses Jan Vosburgh, William Scott and Peter 
Vosburgh. 

ten EYCK, Ceertie, widow of Jacob, of Albany. 
Children of dec'd son Barent ten Eyck, vizt. Jacob, 
Joannes, Geertie, Annetie, Maria and Barentje, sons 
Coenraat and Hendrick, daughters Mayke, wife of Andries 
van Petten of Schanegtade, and Jenneke ; (Jacob ten 
Eyck of N. Y. City, bolter, above named as son of Bar- 
ent, is called great grandson of Coenraat ten Eyck). Real 
and personal estate. Executors the two sons, Hendrick 
and Coenraat. Witnesses Jacob Staats, Geysebert Mar- 
celis and Nicolaes Bleecker. Seal. 

TITSOOR, Willem, of Dutchess Co. Wife Neeltje. 
da. of Teunes Swart, children Abraham, Stefanus, Jacob, 
Isaac, Elizabeth, wife of James Witte (?), Eghie, wife of 
Abraham Freer, Rebecca, wife of Jurean Quick, Helena, 
wife of Damon Palmetier, Areiantie, wife of Jacob van 
Kuykendal and her da. Maragrieta, and Marya Titsoor. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, son Jacob 
and Capt. Barent van Kleeck. Witnesses Henry van der 
Burgh, Elias van Bunschooten and Leonard Lewis. 



Calendar of Wills. 



383 



1688 (T 7) 

1704 
Decbr. 2 

X716 
June 26 



X689 (T 8) 
17x8-9 

Febry. 28 

17x9 

Junes 



X690 (T 9) 

X724 

June X2 

X 726-7 

March 6 

Dutch 



X69X (T xo) 

1730 
Febry. X5 



X692 (T XX) 

June 16 
Aug. X7 



TEUNISSEN, Egbert, of Albany City. Wife 
Marritie Brad, sons Teunis, Dirck, Benjamin, Barent, da. 
Susanna. Real and personal property (a bible, a silver 
cup). Brothers-in-law Dirck and Daniel Brat mentioned. 
Executors not named. Witnesses Hendrick Hansen, 
Johannes Pruyn and Wouter Quackenbos. 

THOMPKINS(Tomkin8), Edmond, of Scars- 

dale Manor, Westchester Co., yeoman. Wife Hannah, 
sons Edmond, John, Eligia, Obadiah, Caleb, Roger, 
Joseph, daughters Susanna, Mary and Jane. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, Noah Barton and 
Jonathan Odell. Witnesses Joseph Tomkins, Thomas 
Huddon and John Giflord. Copy. 

TAPPEN, Teunis, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife 
Sarah, children Jurriyaan, Marytie, Arriantie, Johannes, 
Catharina and Rebecca. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Jurriyaan and Johannes Tappen with Wilhel- 
nius Hooghtcylingh. Witnesses Pieter Tappen, Willem 
Schcpmoes, Willem Eltinge and Steph. Gasherie. 

TELLER, Andrew, of N. Y. City, merchant. 
Second wife Mary, da. Catherine by first wife, children of 
uncle Oliver Teller dec'd. Real and personal estate (a 
Dutch bible, plate and jewelry). Executors the wife, 
bro.-in-law David Provoost of N. Y. City, merchant, son 
of William Provoost, Stephen Bayard, Jacob Goelet jun. 
and Abraham van Wyck, all of N. Y. City, merchants. 
Witnesses Simeon Soumain, Alex. Mills, Jacob Bergen 
and Direck van Allen. 

TRAPHAGEN, Willem, of Kingston, Ulster Co., 
yeoman. Stepmother Eva, sister Janitien, uncles Peter 
Winne of Kingston and William Traphagen of Dutchess 
Co. Real and personal estate. Executors cousins Abra- 
ham Burhans and Samuel Burhans. Witnesses Jan 
Pyctersen Oosterhoudt, Abraham Oosterhoudt and 
Peetervs Oosterhoudt. 



384 



Calendar of Wills. 



X693 (T 12) 

1734 

Aug. 3 

1742 

May I 



ten EYCK, Mathys, of Hurley, Ulster Co., yeo- 
man. Children Coenradt, Andries, Jacob, Abraham, 
Wyntie, wife of Jan Hendricksen, Maritie, wife of Tjerck 
van Keuren, Grietie, wife of Willem Burhans, Sarah, wife 
of Lawrence Cortreght, Ragell, wife of Cornelis Newkerk, 
grandda. Janneke, da. of eldest son Aldert dec'd. Real 
and personal property. Executors the four sons. Wit- 
nesses A. Gaasbeeck Chambers, Wessel ten Broeck and 
Gilbert Livingston. 



Z694 (T X3) 

1738 

April 28 

1739 
July 28 



TALL A MAN, Tunis, of Nayack, Orange Co., 
carpenter. Wife Margret, sons Dowe, John, Tunis, Har- 
manus, daughters Greetje Blawvelt, Antye Hennion, 
Derrickye van Dolphsen, Maria Smith, Breahye Tallaman, 
Yannata Blawvelt. " My estate." Executors sons Dowe 
and Tunis. Witnesses Vint. Mathews, Peter Mathews, 
Klaes Yanson Cuyper. Seal. 



1695 (T 14) 

«739 
Febry. 9 

March 6 



THOMSON, John, of Goshen, Orange Co. Wife 
Jean, daughters Sarah, Margret, Anna, Cathrin and Elisa- 
beth, son William, father and mother. Real and personal 
estate. Executors brother Robert Thomson and bro.-in- 
law James Thomson, both of Goshen, overseers James 
Jackson, Daniel Everet and George Car. Witnesses 
David McCamly, William Car and David Car. 



1696 (T X5) 

Febry. 4 
Decbr. i 



THOMSON, James, of Goshen Prect., Orange 
Co. Wife Mary, sons George, John, James, da. Mary. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. 
Robert Thomson and bro.-in-law Michael Jackson. Wit- 
nesses Wait Smith, Henry Smith and Jeremiah Smith. 



Z697 (T 16) 
1742-3 

Jany. 29 

1755 
May 14 



TAVEAU, Isaac, of N. Y. City, shipwright. Wife 
Sarah sole heiress and executrix of real and personal 
estate with legacy to sister Susannah Taveau. Witnesses 
John Dally, shipcarpenter, John Kip and Abel Harden- 
brook. Copy, 



Calendar of Wills. 



38s 



1698 (T 17) 

1743 
April 27 

March 2 



ten BROECK, Weasel, of Foxhaii Manor, 

Ulster Co., yeoman. Children Sarah, Loweransie, wife 
of David Delamatre, Rachel, wife of Abraham Salsbury, 
Wessel, Coenraedt. Real and personal estate (a bible). 
Executors the two sons. Witnesses A. Gasbeek Cham- 
bers, Thomas van Gaasbeek and Gilbert Livingston. 



1699 (T 18) 

Septbr. 17 

1767 
Norbr. 4 



ten EYCK, Richard, of N. Y. City, cordwainer. 
Wife and children, not named. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, father-in-law William Roome and 
uncle Abrm. ten Eyck. Witnesses John Riven, Cornelius 
Quick and John Kerfbyle. Proved by the testimony of 
Hester Elsworth and Sarah Bussing as to handwriting. 
Copy. 



1700 (T 19) 

1746 
Octbr. 14 

1751 ^ 
Octbr. 26 



TENBRUCK,John,of Poghkeepsie, Dutchess Co., 
shopkeeper. Wife Hannah, children Sarah and Hendri- 
cus, sister Mary. Personal estate. Executors the wife, 
brothers-in-law Henry Filkin and Tobias Stoutenburgh. 
Witnesses J. Elmendorph and Bartholomew Crannell. 



1701 (T 20) 
1716 

March 31 
May 18 
Dutch 



ten BROEK, Jacob, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Wife Elisabeth, children Wessel, Cornelis, Judickje, wife 
of Teunis Van Vegten, Catharina, Jacob, Maria, wife of 
Henry de Wit, grandson Johannis, son of dec'd son Jo- 
hannis. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and sons Wessel, Cornelis and Jacob. Witnesses Coun- 
rat ten Broeck, Benjamin ten Broeck and Jan Eitinge. 



1702 (T 21) 

March 14 

»747 
May 8 



TUTHILL, Mary, widow of Jonathan, of Goshen 

Precinct, Orange Co. Son William Tuthill ; Salomon 

Tuthill, Thomas Tuthill, John Tuthill. Personal estate. 

Executor James Tuthill. Witnesses Abigail Norton, 

Patrick Mullen and Alexander Smith. 
■5 



386 Calendar of Wills. 



»703(Taa) TAREPENNINC, Tunis, of Kingston Corpora- 
May 6 tion, Ulster Co. Wife Gritje, sons Gerrett, Jacobus, Abra- 

Novft* 17 ham, Hendricus, daughters Esther, wife of Robert Hanna, 

Mary, wife of Petrus van Aken, Bridget, Hannah and Elis- 
abeth. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, son 
Jacobus and Abraham Hasbrouck. Witnesses Dirck Tere- 
penning, Marynies van Aken and Jacob Tarpenning. 

1704 (T 23) TO LL, Dan iel, of Schonechtadie Township, Albany 
Aug. z Co., yeoman. Grandson Carel Hanszen, son of son Jo- 

Oct^r^zS hannes Toll dec'd, daughters Susannah, Hannah and 
Geertruyd, son-in-law Cornelius van Santvoord, da.-in- 
law Eva, widow of son Johannis, Sarah, da. of Peter 
Meby. Real and personal estate (a silver cup). Execu- 
tors Peter Cornue and Rynier Mynderse. Witnesses 
John Visger jun, Claasvan der Volgenand Joseph Drake. 

1705 (T 24) ten BROECK, Dirck, of Albany City, merchant. 
July z Wife Maragrita, children Abraham, Catharina, wife of 
lV^% Johs. Livingston, Christina, wife of Philipp Livingston, 

jun., Maria, wife of Gerardes Groesbeck, Sara, wife of 
Johannes H. ten Eyck, Maragrita and Dirck. Houses 
and lots in Albany, land in Serigtoge Patent, do. in Wes- 
tenhook Patent, personal estate. Executors the wife and 
sons Abraham and Dirck. Witnesses John Jas. Roose- 
boom, Adam Yates and Johannis Spoor. The two sons 
qualify as executors March 18, 1768. 

z7o6(T25) ten EYCK, John, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., cord- 

July 8 wainer. Wife Susanna sole heiress and with bro.-in-law 

iV 18 Peter van Buren executrix of real and personal estate. 

Witnesses Jan Tyse Goes, Marthys Vasburgh and Arent 

van Dyck. 

Z707(T26) TELLER, William, of South Precinct, Dutchess 
Z753 . 

July 23 Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, children William, Jeremiah, 

j^759 Rachel, wife of John Lin, Anne, Mary, wife of Jacobus 

Buys, John, Jacobus, Isaac, Margrit, Gualterus and 

Sarah. Real and personal estate. Property derived from 



Calendar of Wills. 



387 



1708 (T 27) 

1754 
x8th Day 

5th Month 

Aug. 30 



1709 (T 38) 

1756 

March 17 

June 39 



1710 (T 29) 

1758 
Ang. 23 



i7ii(T30) 

1759 
March 10 

Octbr. I 



grandmother Sarah Roeloffse, otherwise called Sarah Stot- 
hoff, widow of Hans Kierstede and from father William 
Teller. Executors the wife, sons William, Jeremiah, 
John, Jacobus, Isaac and Gualterus and son-in-law Jaco- 
bus Buys. Witnesses Henry ter Bos, Cor. Osbom and 
James G. Livingston. 

TOWNSEND, Nathennelyof Jericho, Oyster 
Bay Township, Queens Co., yeoman. Wife Martha, sons 
Stephen, John and Nathaniel, daughters Martha and 
Almcy. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers- 
in-law Samuel Doughty and Benjamin Doughty and son- 
in-law Richard Willets. Witnesses William Seaman, 
Zebulon Seaman and Samuel Willis. Copy. 

TUTHILL, James, of New Windsor, Ulster Co., 
yeoman. Wife Mary, children Joel, Thomas, James, 
Jamima and Mary. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors father James Tuthill and Seely's Strong, both of 
Orange Co. Witnesses Ebener Seely jun, Moses Gale 
and John Thompson of New Windsor, schoolmaster. 

THURMAN, Susannah, widow of Francis, of N. 
Y. City, mercht. Daughter Elisabeth, sisters-in-law Elis- 
abeth, wife of Nicholas Roosevelt and Gertrude Thur- 
man, aunts Agnes, wife of Joseph Lockwood, Grace, wife 
of William Williams, Sarah, wife of Isaac Brown, son 
Richardson Thurman, brothers-in-law Ralph and John 
Thurman. Real and personal estate. Executors bro.-in- 
law John Thurman, merchant, Nicholas Roosevelt, gold- 
smith, and Dirck Schuyler, merchant, all of N. Y. City. 
Witnesses Thomas Pettet, Abraham Bussing and John 
McKesson. Copy made Novbr., 1763. 

TUTHILL, Freegift, of New Windsor, Ulster Co. 
Wife Abigail, children Abigail, Nathaniel and Joshua. 
Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. 
Witnesses Col. Thomas Ellison of Ulster Co., John Elli- 
son and William Ellison. 



388 Calendar of Wills. 



«7xa(T3x) ter BOS, Henry, of Rombouts Prect., Dutchess 
1759 » J » » 

laHj 9 Co. Wife Catharyna, sons Henry, Seymon, John, Isack, 
F b ii5 Benjamin, Lukas, Pieter, Jonas and Freer, daughters 

Elisabeth and Marya. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons Henry, Seymon, John and Isack. Witnesses 
John Bailey, Samuel Mills of said Prect., cordwainer, and 
Jacobus Buys. 

«7X3(T3a) TELLER, John, of Dutchess Co. Wife Margret. 

April 6 son Jacobus, bro. Isaac Teller, sister Margret Teller. 

Octbr. 23 « Goods and chattels." Executors the wife and brother. 

Witnesses Samuel Anthoney, Charity Lumaree and 

Samuel Stakham. 

x7M(T33) TUTHILL, Daniel, of Gorshen Prect., Orange 
Febrr.' 23 ^^-t yeoman. Wife Susanna, sons Daniel, John, Phenias, 
Septbr. 28 Samuel, and apparently other children, not named. Real 

and personal estate. Executors the wife, son Daniel and 
Joshua Broun. Witnesses John Brewster of Orange Co., 
farmer, Samuel Smith and Selah Strong. 

X7X5(T34) TONGUE, John, of Haverstraw Prect., Orange 
Octtr.'ao Co., yeoman. Wife Tamason (Thomasine ?) son George, 
1771 daughters Alice, Anna and Betse. Homefarm, land at 

Old Poundridge, Westchester Co., personal property. 
The wife sole executrix. Witnesses John June, Samuel 
Bird and David Stanley of Westchester Co., yeoman. 
James Clarke of Westchester Co., son-in-law of testator, 
made administrator. 

z7i6(T35) ten BROECK, Dirck, of Albany City, merchant. 

Oct^rfao Wife Ann, bro. Abraham ten Broeck, sisters Catharina, 
»7^ wife of John Livingston, Christina, wife of Philipp Liv- 

ingston, Marya, wife of Gerardus Groesbeck, Sarah, wife 
of John H. ten Eyck and Margaret, wife of Stephen 
Richard. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 
father-in-law Volckert P. Dow and bro. Abraham ten 
Broeck. Witnesses Peter Hansen, merchant, Stephen 
Groesbeck and S. v. Rensselaer. Supra, No. 1705. 



Calendar of Wills. 



389 



17x7 (T 36) 

Decor. 13 

1768 
April 27 



ter BUSH, John, of Orange Co. Wife Catherine, 
children John, Cornells and Neeltie, nnother Neeltie 
Bush. Real and personal ^estate. Executors the mother 
Neeltie Bush, Mrs. William Wickham, John de Noyelles. 
Witnesses John Anderson, Thomas Willson and Gabriel 
Winter. 



1718 (T 37) 
1769 
An 
Nov 



ror. 4 



1719 (T 38) 

1769 

Decbr. 8 

1770 
Jane x8 



THORN E, Isaac, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Hannah, children Hannah, Jacob, William, 
Isaac, Phebe Griffin, grandson Isaac Deuel, cousin Phebe 
Smith, grandda. Patience Deuel. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Jacob and William with Mica 
Griffin. Witnesses Joseph Griffin, Edward Griffin and 
Joseph Thorn of Amenia Prect., yeoman. 

TREMPER, John Ceorge, of Rhinebeck Prect., 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Susanna, children Catherine, 
Jacob, Lena, wife of Abr. Roel. Kip, John. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, son Jacob and 
son-in-law Abram Roel. Witnesses Adam Shever, Henry 
Diel and Christian Schultz of said Prect., schoolmaster. 



1720 (T 39) 

1769 
Febry* 20 

1784 
NoTbr. 4 



TITSORT, Sarah, of Poghkeepsie Prect., Dutch- 
ess Co., widow. Children Leonard, Neiltie, Isaac, 
Thomas, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Willson, grandda. 
Sarah Willson. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Leonard van Kleek and Leonard Lewis. Witnesses John 
Seabury of Dutchess Co., currier, Joseph Gale jun. and 
Jacob Conklin. 



1721 (T 40) 

X771 

June 15 

1775 
May 24 



TERN EUR, Michael, of Haverstraw Prect., 
Orange Co. Children Jacobus, Jannitje, wife of John 
Terneur, Efyee, wife of Dirck de Klerck, Sarah, wife of 
Edward Selyer, Mary, wife of William Dickman, Jemima, 
wife of William Chappel, Hendrick, children of son 
Jacobus, vizt : Michael, Lowrence, Jacobus, John, Hen- 
drick, Jane, Mary, Marritye and Sarah. Real and per- 



390 Calendar of Wills. 



sonal estate. Executors son Hendrick and Johannis 
Jacobus Blauvelt. Witnesses Jacobus Turner of said 
Co., yeoman, Hendrick Jacobus Terneur and John 
Haring. 

»7M (T4X) ten BROECK, Cornelius, of Albany City, mer- 

March 13 chant. Wife Maria, son John, da. Catherine, wife of 
Apr2^i7 George Wray, grandson Cornelius ten Broeck jun., grand- 
da. Jenney Wray. Real and personal estate (plate). 
Executors the wife and the two children. Witnesses 
Joseph Yates, blacksmith, Robert Yates, attorney-at-law, 
both of Albany and Thos. I. Williams. 



X7;3(T43) TERRY, William, of Pokeepsie Prect., Dutchess 

X//X 

Octbr. 10 Co., yeoman. Wife EUenor, sons Edmond, William and 
I^v% James, step-children Peter and Frances Mullen. House 
and lot near the Court House and woodland, bought of 
James Livingston, personal estate. Executors son Ed- 
mond, James Livingston of Pokeepsie, esquire, and Myn- 
dert van Kleeck. Witnesses Jas. Livingston, Simeon 
Wright and Simon Newcomb of said Co., yeoman. 



i 



1724 (T 43) ter BUSH, Jonas, of Rombout Prect.. Dutchess 
anir. 16 Co., blacksmith. Brothers Henry, Simon, John, Isaac, 
ccbr. II Benjamin, Luke, Peter and Prayer ter Bush. "Worldly 
affairs." Executors Capt. Eleiza Dubois, Nathan Bailey, 
Zebulon Southard and Mathw. Brett. Witnesses Jacobus 
Cooper of said Prect., blacksmith, and Philipp Jacob 
SchafT. See No. 1712. 



1725 (T 44) TUTHILL, Solomon, of Goshen Prect, Orange 
any. 31 Co., yeoman. Children Jonathan, Mary and others, not 



J. 



cbry. 28 named. Real and personal estate. Executors Abimil 
Yongs and Joseph Wodkins of Ulster Co. Witnesses 
Hugh Byrn, William Banker, Col. Benj. Tusten and 
Derrick Smith. 



Calendar of Wills. 391 



'7^^ 45) ten BROECK, Petrus, of Rhynbcek Prcct., 

March 9 Dutchess Co. Wife Catherine Rutsen, sole heiress and 

FebffT.' 10 executrix of *' temporal estate." Witnesses James Smith, 

John Wm. Sutheriand and Philipp Hue Mane. 

»7»7(T46) ten BROECK, Johannis, of Kingston, Ulster 
Septbr. 18 Co. Children Petrus, Mai^iet, wife of Coenraedt ten 
Septbr. 2 Broeck, Sarah, wife of Abraham van Gaasbeek, Catherine, 
wife of Jonathan Elmendorph, Geertruy, wife of John 
Dumond, Benjamin. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the two sons and son-in-law Abraham van Gaas- 
beek. Witnesses Johans. Beekman, Jacob ten Broeck, 
yeomen, and Chs. D. Witt. 

»7^^47) TOMKINS (Tompkins), Samuel, of StiUwater. 

MaT2o Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Charity, sole heiress, and with 
Septbr. 13 John Black executrix of real and personal estate. Wit- 
nesses George Smeart and James Forbes of N. Y., tavern- 
keeper. Printed form. 

1729 (T 48) TOTTEN, John, of Rumbout Precinct, Dutchess 
1773 
Tone 29 Co., farmer. Wife Lovinee, sister Rebeckah Brookes and 

Norbr. 22 children, sister's sons Thomas, Isaac and David Southard, 

sister's da. Phebe Weeks, bro. Jonas Totten and son Ben- 
jamin, da. of wife's sister Sarah van Wyck, sister's da. 
Lovinee Whiteman, Trinity Church at Fishkill for a bell. 
•• Worldly goods and affairs." Executors wife, sister Re- 
beccah Brookes, Jonathan Brookes and Jeremiah Cooper, 
all of Dutchess and Albany Counties. Witnesses Samuel 
Mills, yeoman, John H. Sleght, merchant, both of 
Dutchess Co., and James Brumfield jun. 

i73o(T49) TERNEUR, Jacobus, of Haverstraw Prect, 

Jany. 30 Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Margaret, children Jacobus, 
April 13 Rachal, Jacamyntye, Margarit and David. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors bro. Henry Terneur, son Jacobus 
and bro.-in-law Jacobus Blauvelt. Witnesses Johannes 
Poulhameus, Johannes van Dalfsen and John Haring of 
said Co., weaver. See No. 1721. 



392 Calendar of Wills. 



i73i(T5o) TERWELLECE (Terwillegen), Abraham, 

March 35 of Shawangunk Prect., Ulster Co., yeoman. Children of 
lany^iS nephew Teunis Terwillegen and wife Catharine, vizt. 
Sarah and Abraham. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, Matthew Jansen and 
Johannes Bruyn. Witnesses Cornelius Decker, Abraham 
Decker, of said Prect., farmers, and Johs. Bruyn. 

173a (T 51) ten Eyck, Tobias, of Schenectady Township, Al- 
Aog. 29 bany Co., merchant. Wife Rachel, sons Myndert Schuy- 
ADfi?^i6 '^'' Henry, John Depyster, Jacob, Tobias and Barent. 

Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons. 

Witnesses Christr. Yates, Abraham Fonda, esquire, and 

John de Graef. 

x733(T53) ter BOS, Jacobus, of Rumbouts Prect., Dutchess 

1774 
Octbr. 27 Co. Wife Sary, children William, Jeames, Eleyas, Susana, 

^'7*4 Chaharyna, Sayry, Eleysabet. Real and personal prop- 

erty. Executors the wife, father Jacobus ter Bos, Elyas 
de Bouys and Isaac ter Bos. Witnesses Isaac ter Boss, 
of Dutchess Co., farmer, Thomas Surderd (Southard) and 
James Osbom. 

«734 (T 53) TOBIAS, Christian, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
NoTbr. 10 C^' Wife Ruth, sons Christian, Jacob, Frederick, 
'77^ Thomas, Isaac, Joseph, daughters Elizabeth, wife of 

Samuel Badgelly, Sarah, wife of Zacciues Newcomb, who 
has children James and Mary. Homefarm, land in Fil- 
kintown, personal property. Executors sons Christian 
and son-in-law Zaccheus Newcomb. Witnesses Abel 
Peters, Ezekiel Whitney and Daniel Hamill of said 
Prect., schoolmaster. 

»73S(T54) ten EYCK, Anthony, of Rensselaerswyck Manor. 

April 24 Wife , son Coenraed, daughters Cathereen, Gerritie, 

June 20 and Susan, children of da. Sarah dec'd. Real and per- 
sonal estate, (land in Coeymans Patent, a large Dutch 



Calendar of Wills. 393 



bible). Executors the son and daughters Cathereen and 
Susan. A statement appended to will calls da. Sarah 
Ernests, Gerritie, wife of William D. Faulkner. Witnesses 
James Waldron of Albany Co., blacksmith, Wilhelmus 
Rouw, and David McCarty, merchant. 

'736(T55) TRAPHACEN, Johanis, of Kingston, Ulster 
Octbr. 24 Co. Wife Eva, son William, daughter Janitie. Real and 
p^2^^, personal estate (a bible). Executors the son and cousin 

Abraham Burhans. Witnesses Kryn Oosterhoudt, Jan 
Pietersen Oosterhout, Edward Whitaker and Teunis 
Pietcrsen Oosterhoudt. See No. 1692. 

1737 (T 56) TOLL, Simon, of Schenectady Township, Albany 
March 7 Co. Wife Hester, children Charles H., John, Daniel, 
'7*2 Jesse, Elizabeth, wife of John Farley, Alle, wife of John 

Mabie, Anneca, wife of William Kcttelhun, Effie, wife 
of Lodcwikcs Ficlcn (Viclc), Sarah, wife of Stephanus 
Vielen. Land at Maghquamehack on Scatecock Creek, 
personal estate (a large Dutch bible). Executors the wife 
and sons John and Daniel. Witnesses Claas de Graaf, 
Card H. Toll jun., both of said Co., farmers, and Chris. 
Yates. 

1738 (T 57) THOMPSON, James, of Goshen Prect, Orange 
April 20 Co. Sons-in-law Joseph Luckey, Samuel Luckey, and 
A^^V John Luckey, daughters Agnes, who has children Robert 

and Nancy, Margaret Armstrong, Elizabeth Luckey, 
Catharine Luckey, Elcner Newmans and Jane Luckey. 
Rea! and personal estate. Executors bro. George 
Thompson and cousin George Thompson, cooper. Wit- 
nesses William of said Prect., mason, Catharine McCal- 
aughan and Wm. Thompson. 

X739 (T 58) THORN, Jonathan, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 

Septbr. 20 Co. Children Gilbert, Stephen, Samuel, Cornelia, Jeames, 

-^784 Cornelius, Robert and Catharine. Real and personal 

estate. Executors .sons Stephen and Gilbert with John 

Cooke. Witnesses Robt. van Rensselaer, Samuel Smith 

of Charlotte Prect., merchant, and Killian van Rensselaer. 



394 Calendar of Wills. 



'740 (T 59) TOMSON, John, of Goshen, Orange Co., yeoman. 
April 34 Jane and Mary, daughters of George Car, children of 
In^^lo son-in-law Stephen Crane, Sarah Barker, grandchildren 
Lette and Mary Tomson. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons-in-law Andrew McCord of Ulster Co. and 
Stephen Crane of Orange Co. Witnesses Samuel New- 
comb Dod, Stephen Crane, cooper, and John Dod. 

i74i(T6o) ten BROECK, Catharina, widow of Petrus of 

*777 
Decbr. 31 Rhynebeek Prect., Dutchess Co., esquire. Jacob Rutsen 

Fturr 7 ^^^ Rensselaer, Petrus ten Broeck, son of Seymon John- 
son Meyers by his wife Cornelia, da. of Jonathan Thorn, 
Catharina and Sarah, das. of John Rutsen dec'd, Cor- 
nelia, wife of Robert van Rensselaer, Refd. German 
Church at Rhynebeek, Henricus van Hoevenbergh, 
Catharine Hannion, John Dumont of Kingston, esquire, 
Petrus, son of Abraham Gaesbeek, Petrus, son of Benja- 
min ten Broeck, Catharina, da. of said Benj. ten Broeck, 
John Robert van Rensselaer. Land at Poghanaiwonk, 
Beekmans Prect., houses and lots in N. Y. City, personal 
estate (plate). Executors Robert van Rensselaar and 
wife Cornelia. Witnesses William Beam, William Beam 
jun. and Henry van Hoevenbergh, esquire. 

174a (T 61) TIETER, Hendrick, of Rhinebeck Prect., Dutch- 
Septbr. 18 ess Co. Wife Catharine, children Catharine, Henry, Wil- 
'785 Ham (imbecile), Philipp, John, Zacharias, Abraham, Mar- 

garet, Elisabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Zacharias, Abraham and William. Witnesses Her- 
man Hoffman, Philipp Teller and Egbert Benson. 

1743 (T 62) THOMAS, Jacob, of Rynebeck Prect., Dutchess 

SepU>r. 19 Co. Wife Greitie, children Henry, Elizabeth, John, 

.'783 Mary, Sarah, Herman, Catharina and Ruliff; Jacob 

Yaugher and wife Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 

Executors bro.-in-law Abraham Fetter, Matthew van 

Vradenburgh and Herman Hoffman. Witnesses Peter 

van Alen, yeoman, and Elizabeth Back. 



Calendar of Wills. 395 



'744 (T 63) TITUS, Timothy, of New Perth. Charlotte Co., 
Octbr. 28 N. Y. Sons James, Timothy, Robert, Samuel and Eben- 
Aprll^z2 czar, daughters Lizzy and Sarah. Real and personal 

estate. Executors Wm. Read and Edward Savage. 

Witnesses Wm. Teller jun., Wm. Teller and Ahasverus 

Teller of Albany Co. 

»745(T64) THOMPSON, George, of Goshen, Orange Co. 

Aug. 9 Wife Elizabeth, children Elizabeth, George, James, 

Aug. 30 other daughters mentioned, but not named. Real and 

personal estate. Executors William Allison, Doctor 

Daniel Wood and William W. Thompson. Witnesses 

Samuel Smith, Anthony Dobbin and Amaziah Bust. 

'74MT65) ten BROECK, Catherine, of Rhinebeck Prect, 

Scptbr. 13 Dutchess Co. Codicil to No. 1741 c.ills Peter van Gaas- 
Seotbr 7 becck, Pctrus ten lUocck, Catherine ten Brocck, nephews 
and niece and le.ivcs bequests to sister-in-law Geertruy, 
wife of John Dumont, father of John Dumont, mentioned 
in the will, nephew Jacobus J. Bruyn. Witnesses Henry 
van Hoevenbergh, esquire, John I. Feller and Jbhannis 
van Etten. 

»747^<gT66) TOWNSAND, Robert, of South East Prect., 
Janjr. 29 Dutchess Co. Wife Ama, children Rebekah Wood, 
June 4 Ama, Isaac, children of dec'd son Solomon, vizt : Deborah 
and Rebekah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
David Pamer (Palmer) and Thomas Veal (Vail), both of 
Salam. Witnesses Stephen Townsend of Salem, West- 
chester Co., yeoman, Joshua Lea and Thomas St. John. 

»748(T67) TABER, Thomas, of the Oblong, Dutchess Co. 
Septbr. 4 Wife Annetherase, children Nathaniel, William, Jeremiah, 
Decbr. 23 Mcribe Hazerd, Antheracy, Ruth, Saloma, Amey and 

Mary, children of dec'd da. Hannah, vizt: Thomas 
Taber and Hannah Farrest. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons William and Jeremiah. Witnesses Abra- 
ham Thomas, Benjamin Deuel and Edward Shove of 
said Co., yeoman. 



39^ Calendar of Wills. 



i749(T68) TRUMPOVER (Drumbauer), Andres, of 

Decbr. 29 Montgomery Prect., Ulster Co., waggonmaker. Wife 
Jiine^4 Elizabeth, children Elizabeth, wife of Matice Clearwater, 
Susannah, Mary, Cathren, Andrew, Peter, Nicolas, Margrit 
and Cristen. Real and personal estate. Executors Stufel 
Mool and Henry Cranss. Witnesses Jacob Newkirk, 
Adam Newkirk, of said Prect., farmers, and William 
Stewart. 

1750 (T 69) TELLER, Isaac, of Rumbout Prect, Dutchess Co., 

1783 
Septbr. 5 farmer. Wife Sarah, children Jacobus, Oliver, Deborah, 

Octbr. 14 Mary and Isaac Depyster. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Oliver Teller, Martin Wiltsie, Peter M. de Bois 
and Jeremiah Cooper. Witnesses Mary de Peyster, Jere- 
miah Cooper of said Co., physician, and Martin Wiltse. 

1751 (T70) TAREPENNINC, Hendrick, of Shawangunk 

Decbr. 13 Prect., Ulster Co., husbandman. Wife Maria, sons Levi, 
Octi^T^iB Morenis, Eleazer, Moses and David, daughters Margaret, 
Jeseintie, Rachel and Elizabeth. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, son Levi, Eliphaz van Auke 
and Bowdewine Tarepenning. Witnesses Boudewyn 
Terpenning, William Ralyea of New-Marlborough Prect., 
yeoman, and Jacob Conklin. 

175MT71) TRUMPBOUR, Johannes, of Ulster Co., 

March 3 farmer. Wife Christine, sons Nicholaus and Jacob, other 
T ^oHs ^^"^ ^"^ daughters mentioned, but not by name. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons Nicho- 
laus and Jacob. Witnesses Stephanus Fiero, John Dods 
and Ludwigh Roessell of Sagerties, yeoman. 

1753 (T 72) TELLER, Jacobus, of Schenectady, Albany Co. 

JuIt 4 Wife Maria, son William, brother Gerrit T. Teller. Real 

lany 6 *"^ personal estate. Executors the wife, the brother and 

bro.-in-law Robert Yates. Witnesses Cornelius A. van 

Slyck, merchant, Dirck van Ingen and Jacobus van 

Ingen, gentleman. 



Calendar of Wills. 397 



»754(T73) THEW, John, of Haverstraw Prect., Orange Co., 
Febnr. 38 yeoman. Second wife Elizabeth, son Jacobus and 
April s Thunis, three sons by first wife, not named. Real and 
personal estate. Executors bro. Abraham Thew and 
bro.-in.law Johanias Blauvclt. Witnesses Isaac Sher- 
wood, Thomas Lawrence of said Prect., yeoman, and 
David Pye. 



»75Sg74) TRAVERS, Nathaniel, of Pienpack Precinct, 
April 3 Ulster Co. Son Nathaniel and younger children, not 
nnfas named. "Substance and effects." Executor Joseph 
Ketchum of Wallkil Prect. Witnesses James Finch and 
William Denn. 



Jane 33 



1756 (T 75) TOM, Nathaniel, of Pawlings Prect, DutchessCo., 

April 12 merchant. Wife Elizabeth, sons John and Nathaniel. 

Juljr 8 i^eal and personal estate. Executors bro. Thomas Tom, 

Jonathan Lawrence and Isaac I. Talmon. Witnesses 

Potter Shelden, David Dunkin of said Co., farmer, and 

John Comins jun. 



1757 (T 7«) TRACY, Isaac, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. Wife 

Jany. 10 , sons Zaavan and Solomon, daughters Keturah, 

April 5 Thankfull. Elizabeth, Mary, Ziporah, Bethsheba, Me- 
hetable, Lois, Zirviah. Homefarm, land in Westmore- 
land, Suschohannah Purchase, do. in Delaware Purchase. 
Executors the wife and son Solomon. Witnesses James 
Steward, Joseph Hallsted and Henry White. 



1758 (T 77) TAYLOR, Isaac, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 

April II Co., farmer. Wife Catherine, children Thomas, William, 

April 28 Richard, Daniel, Peter and Rachel. Real and personal 

estate. Executors Azariah Crandall and Jonathan 

Prosser. Witnesses Benjamin Prosser, of said Co., 

farmer, Azariah Crandall and Jonathan Prosser. 



398 Calendar of Wills. 



»759(T78) TRIMBLE, Alexander, of Montgomery Prect., 
Aug. 3 Ulster Co. Children William, John, George, Isabel 

Septbr. 2 Hin^ j^j^^ j^ing, Elizabeth, Sarah, Alexander and Tim- 
othy. Homestead, land at Floraday, Orange Co., personal 
property. Executors sons-in-law Rev. Andrew King, 
Fetter Hill and son William. Witnesses Patrick Barber 
of said Prect., esquire, and James Coldwell of Wallkil 
Prect., yeoman. 

»7^rr79) TANNER, William, senior, of the Clove, Beek- 
NoTDf. 39 mans Prect., Dutchess Co., farmer. Sons William junior, 
AorUzx Ruben, Samuel, James, grandson David Tanner, daugh- 
ters Hannah Thompson, Martha Thomas, Margaret 
Radel, Maribe Thompson and Rachel Mcintosh. Home- 
farm and personal property. Executors Jonathan Dennis, 
esquire, and Britain Talman, both of said Prect. Wit- 
nesses John Moores, Henrich Klein and Peter Cline, all 
of said Co., farmers. 

1761 (T 80) TUTHILL, John, of Wallkil Prect, Ulster Co. 
Jany. 9 Wife Nancy, sons Nathan, John, Daniel, daughters Fanny 

Febry. 19 and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors Samuel 

Wadkin and Jonathan Swezy. Witnesses Peter Stales of 
said Co., '* laybourer," Daniel Marshall and Nancy Yates. 

1762 (T 8i) TAYLOR, Samuel, of Albany Township and Co., 
Junez9 farmer. Nephews Samuel, son of bro. James Taylor, 

180X Mathias, son of nephew Robert Taylor. Farm near New 

Septbr. 2 *^ ' 

Scotland, personal property. Executor nephew Robert 

Taylor. Witnesses Elisha Hungerford, Guisbert Sharp 

and George Thompson. 

1763 (T 82) TOLLY, John Frederick, of Coxsakie, Albany 

X70Q 

Augr2o Co., physician. Wife Catharine, sons Henry, John, 
xSoo George, William. A farm, house and lot on North Str., 

Hudson, Columbia Co., land on Hoge Barrack or High 
Hill, do. in Loonenburgh Patent. Executors sons Flenry 
and John with Henry Wells junior of Catskil, Ulster Co. 
Witnesses John W. HoUenbeck and Henry Wells junior. 



Calendar of Wills. 399 



J7|J TYLER, Margaret, widow of Jonathan, of Bed- 

Aug. 17 ford, Westchester Co. Abel Weeks, son-in law of dec'd 
1 '^^^2^ husband, having married Abigail, Jonathans da., Zepha- 
niah Miller, widower of testatrix dec*d. da. Jehannah, bro. 
John Williamson, who has son James, sister widow Leaner 
June, niece Jehanah June. "Worldly estate." Executors 
Lot Sarlls and Jehannah June. Witnesses Nehemiah 
Lounsbery of Bedford, yeoman, Stephen Lounsbery 
and Henry Ross. Recorded in Wills and Probates, 
Vol. L, p. 9. 



I787 TOPPING, Daniel, of Southampton, Suffolk Co., 

laiiv. 2 yeoman. Wife Elisabeth, children Joseph, Seth, Abijah, 
April 19 ijanicl, William, Elizabeth Howell, Prudence Tinnins, 
Martha Hildrcth and Ziporah Cooper. House on "hum 
lot," land in Easthampton, personal property. Executor 
Daniel Howell. Witnesses John Norris jun., Stephen 
Howell and Simon Howell. Recorded ut supra, p. Ii6. 



X766 TUCKER, Robert, late of Nova Scotia, now of 

April 2 Westchester Town, Westchester Co., physician. Wife 

1792 Hannah, children Fanning Cobham, Cornelius Worten- 

June27 ** 

dyck, James, Susanna Maria and Caroline. Real and 

personal estate (a silver tankard). Executors the wife, 

Samuel Bayard of Westchester, sons Fanning Cobham 

Tucker, Cornelius Tucker and James Tucker, (the last 

two, when they have become 21 years old). Witnesses 

Peter de Mill, Jonathan A. Pell of N. Y. City, merchant, 

and Elijah Ferris. Recorded ut supra, p. 345 and Vol. 

HI., p. 135. 



»767 THOMSON, John, of Shelburne, mariner. Wife 

1789 
Decbr. 2 Elizabeth, children Robert and Elizabeth. " Movables 

O tlr%2 ''^"^ immovables." Executor not named and the widow 

made administratrix. Witnesses Timothy Hoody and 
Jonathan Baxter. Recorded ut supra, p. 5I4« 



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Calendar of Wills. 



1768 
1755 

Aug. Z3 

1798 

March 30 



J, 



X760 
1798 
any. 6 
ovbr. 15 



Au 
Nov 



1770 
X798 



f. z 
'br. 38 



March 17 
Dutch 



May 26 
Dutch 



THOMPSON, James, of New Jersey, "resolved 
on a distant voyage." Wife Catherine sole heiress and 
executrix of real and personal estate. Witnesses Jacob 
Walton, Jonathan Fish and John Dunscomb, whose signa- 
tures are proved by Elenor Chambers, Henry Cniger, 
John Moore and Jacob Ricketts. Recorded ut supra, 
Vol. IL, p. 73. 

THOMAS, William, of the Parish of Sangunnock, 
County of Carmarthen, South Wales, husbandman. Wife 
Hama, nephew John Robert, sisters son, (is not in the Old 
Country) niece Ann Robert, sisters da. Personal property 
in England, Wales and in America. Witnesses John 
Davis and David Williams of Westchester Co. farmer. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 83. 

TEMPLE, John, late of Great Britain, Baronet, 
now of N. Y. City. Wife Elizabeth sole heiress and ex- 
ecutrix of real and personal estate ; children mentioned, 
but not by name. Witnesses Sarah Sears, Paschal N. 
Smith and John L. Broom. Recorded ut supra, p. 95. 

TEUNISSEN, Juriaen, of Beverwyck, and wife 
Wybrecht, da. of Jacobsen, brother of testatrix Jacob 
Cornelissen, sister of same Grietie Machielsen, son of tes- 
tators sister Teunis Pietersen. Real and personal prop- 
erty. No executor named. Witnesses Rev. Gideon 
Schaets and Jacob de Hinsse, surgeon. Made before 
Notary Dirck van Schelluyne. Albany Co. Records 
Notarial Papers I., p. 57. 

TOMASSEN, Harmen, from Amesfoort, shoe- 
maker, and wife Catalina Bercx, of Beverwyck (Albany). 
Testatrix' children by first husband Dirck Sensing, to-wit : 
Dirck, 13 yrs old, Sampson, 11 yrs, Johannes, 8 yrs, 
Catarina, 6 yrs, Maria, 4 yrs. Real and personal estate. 
Guardians of children Mr. Adraien van Ilpendam and Jan 
van Aecken. No executor named. Witnesses Adriaen 



Calendar of Wills. 



401 



1773 
1677 

Jany. 3 



van Ilpcndam, Jan Koster van Aaken, Jan Verbeeck and 
Dirck van Schelluyne Notary. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers I., p. 333. 

TOM, William, of New Castle, Delaware, gentle- 
man. Godson Richard Cantwcll sole heir and executor 
of real and personal estate. Witnesses John Mall, Wal- 
ter Wharton and Gysbert Dircx. N. Y. Col. MSS. XX., 
p. 151. 



1774 
Octbr. 21 

Dutch 



TO MASS EN, Jan, of Paepsachanie, born at Wit- 
beeck, Holstein, and wife Geertruy Andries, born at New 
York. The survivor sole heir and executor of real and 
personal estate. Children mentioned, but not named. 
Witnesses Captain Volckert Jansen Douw, Jan Andriesen 
and Adriaen van Ilpcndam. Notar>' Public, Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 103. 



177s 

1723 

Jane 10 

175a 
Jany. 29 



ten BROECK, Wessel, and wife Catharine, da. 
and heiress of Jacob Lokermans, of Albany City. Sons 
Dirck, Jacob, Cornells, daughters Anna Cathar>'na, wife of 
Anthony van Schaick, Cristyna, wife of David van Dyck. 
Houses and lots on Brewers Street, Albany, fanns in 
Lokere, West side of Hudson R., on Wanton Island Kil, 
on Catrix Kil, on Bever Kil (Greene Co.), personal estate. 
Executors the survivor with the three sons. Witnesses 
Johs. Myngall, Johs. Vinhaghen and Arent Pruyn. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 215. 



X776 

1756 
NoTbr. zo 

1768 
Octbr. 13 



ten EYCK, Cerritle, widow of Koenradt, da. of 
Anthony van Schaick, of Albany City. Children Jacob 
C, Anthony, Barent, Tobias, Andries, Maragrieta, Gerritie, 
wife of Peter Gansevoort, grandda. Elisabeth, da. of Ger- 
rit Bratt dec*d, heirs and executors of real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Wilhelmus van Antwerpe, Peter Yates 
and Ino. Rutse Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 

p. 330- 

a6 



402 Calendar of Wills. 



1777 (Ux) URQUHART, William, Clerk. Rector of the 

Ang. 39 Parish of Jamaica. Wife Mary, sole heiress and executrix 

sJoIhr. II ^^ ^^^^ ^"^ personal estate in America. Witnesses Ga- 
briel Luffe. Thomas Hicks and Samuel Clowes. Copy. 

»77«g^a) USEELY, Peter, of Scoharre, Albany Co. Wife 

Febnr. 9 Anna, children Cornelia, Elizabeth. Engle, Maria. Anna. 
May I Janneke. Cathrina. an expected child. Real and personal 
estate (a large bible). Executors Johannis Lawyer jun. and 
Rayer Porter (?). who having refused to act. the widow is 
made administratrix. Witnesses Johannes Lawyer. Jost 
Bellinger and Roger Baxter of Schohary. farmer. 

'779 (U 3) U PH AM, John, of Claverack. Albany Co.. yeoman. 

Anr. a8 Children John. Gesey, wife of Yurry A. Smith. Mary. 

Octbr. 6 ^jfg qJ Peter L van Valkenburgh. and Elizabeth, children 
of son John. vizt. Emelia. Helene. Gesey. Mary. Eliza- 
beth, Barta and Susanna, of da. Gesey. vizt. Yurry. John. 
Jeremiah. Richard and Charles, of da. Mary. vizt. Emelia. 
Jocham. Mary, and Susanna. Real and personal estate. 
Executors son John, sons-in-law Yurry A. Smith and Peter 
L van Valkenburgh. Witnesses John Paterson, Wm. Legg 
and Richard Esselstyne. 

»7^y4) UPHAM, John, of Claverack. Albany Co. Wife 

AprU 10 Wintie. son John, daughters Erne. Magdalena. Gessie. 
Oct]br^i6 M^ry Elisabath. Bata and Susanna. Real and personal 

estate. Executors the wife. Richard Esselstyne. Jacobus 

Philipp. Michael Horton and John Price of Albany City. 

Witnesses Richard Norris, David Spoor and Lewis Morris. 

gentleman. 

1781 UPTON, Francis, Lieutenant R. N.. now in N. Y. 

1793 
May 37 City. Wife Joanna, bro. Clotworthy Upton of the British 

Itineo ^^t India Company. Real and personal estate. No 

executor named. No witnesses. Will proved by the 

testimony of John Johnston of N. Y. City, counsellor-at- 

law. who had drawn the will, which testator copied. 

The widow made administratrix. Recorded in Wills and 

Probates. Vol. L. p. 422. 



Calendar of Wills. 



403 



1782 (V I) 

1686-7 

Febry. 22 

1687 

June 7 



1783 (V 2) 

1714 
May 20 



1784 (V 3) 

X 696-7 

Jany. 8 

1713 
April 13 



1785 (V 4) 
X 698-9 

Jany. xx 
X707 

Octbr. 28 
Dutch 



van RENSSELAER, Killian, of Watervliet, 

Patroon of the Lordship and Manor of Rensselaerswyck. 
Wife Anna, cousins Hendrick, son of uncle Jeremiah van 
Rensselaer, children of Jeremy, son of John Baptist van 
Rensselaer and of Domine Johannes Carlinnius, sister 
Nelle Maria, aunt Petronella van Twiller. The Manor, 
land in Gelderland, do. at Clein Overhoorst, District of 
Barnvelt in the Haspell van Voorthuysen, house and lot 
at Newkerk, personal property. No executor named. 
Witnesses Martin Gerritsen (van Bergen), Justice of the 
Peace, Hendrick van Nesse, Old Commissary, and Jacob 
Stadts, of Albany City, chyrurgeon. Copy. 

VOLKERTSEN, Symon, of Schenectady, Al- 
bany Co., yeoman, letters testamentary on the estate of, 
granted Gerrit Symonsen, Johannes Symonsen and Vole- 
kert Symonsen, his sons. 

VOLKERTSEN, Symon, of Shinnechtady,. Al- 
bany Co., yeoman. Wife Engeltje, children Volkje, wife 
of Arent Wemp, Geesie, wife of Jan Hendricksen Vro- 
man, Magdalena, wife of William Appel of N. Y., Peter 
Gerrit, Johannes, Volckert and Maria. Land on Nor- 
mans Kil, called Tawassathaa, do. at Shinnechtady, per- 
sonal property. Executor the wife. Witnesses Harmen 
Gansevoort, Volckert van Hoesen and Robt. Livingston. 

van BOCKHOVEN, Claes Jansen, of Schin- 

nechtady Village, Albany Co. Wife Catalyntie Andries 
de Voss, formerly wife of Arent Bratt, stepgrandson Arent 
Andriessen, son of Andries Bratt dec'd, stepgranddaugh- 
tcrs Catelyntie, wife of Teunis Dircksen, da. of Affie Bratt, 
wife of Claes van Petten, Catelyntie, da. of Ariaentie 
Bratt, wife of Ryer Schermerhoorn, daughters of Samuel 
and Dirk Bratt, Maritie, da. of Cornelia Bratt, late wife 
of Jan Pootman ; Johannes, son of Cornells Wyncoop of 
Kingston. Real and personal property. The wife sole 
executrix, Ryer Jacobsen Schermerhoorn and stepson 



404 



Calendar of Wills. 



Dirk Arentsen Bratt trustees. Witnesses Hendrick Han- 
sen, Isack ver Planck and Johannes Beeckman. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills I., p. 64. The above named wife of 
testator made her last will on the same day, mentioning 
the same heirs and legatees, except Johannes Wyncoop 
and appointing the husband executor. It is witnessed by 
Isack Swys, Jan Vroman and Cornells Slingerlandt. 



i78« (V 5) 
Z699 

NoTbr. 30 



van ELMENDORP, Crietje, of Kingstown, 

Ulster Co. Sons Conrad and Jacobus, daughters Geertje, 
wife of Evert Wynkoop, Antje, wife of Mattys Jansen, 
and Janneke. ** Estate of goods and debts." Executor 
son Conrad. No witnesses. Copy and translation made 
Decbr. 9, 17 14. 



1787 (V 6) 

March 9 

X715 
Jane xo 



1788 (V 7) 

17x4 
March 25 

X73a 
Mayaj 



X789 (V 8) 

X699 
Norbr. 30 

17x4 

Octbr. 16 

Dotch 



van NES, Carrit, of Albany City, wheelwright. 
Wife Marya dead. Stepson William van Alen, mariner, 
stepda. Jannetie, wife of Laurence van Schaick, niece 
Moyeke, wife of Thomas Harmensen of Albany City. 
Real and personal estate. Executors said Jannetie van 
Schaick and Moyeke Harmensen. Witnesses Reyer 
Schermerhoorn, John Collins, Tho : Martin. Seal. 

van den BERCH, William Cysbertsen, of 

Albany City. Wife Catharina, William, son of eldest son 
Cornelius dec'd, sons Wynant, Wilhelmus, Gysbert, 
Gerrit, daughters Cathrintie, wife of Livinus Lievesen, 
and Geertie. Land on Vossen Kil, Albany City, lot in 
Rensselaerswyck Manor between Wouter Quackenboss 
and Jan Gerritsen, do. do. between Johannis Oothout 
and Cornelis van Ness, house and lot in Albany City be- 
tween Jacobus Schoonhoven and Cornelis van den Bergh, 
personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 
Peter Bennewy, Samuel Prujen and Philipp Livingston. 

van ELMENDORP, Crietien. Original of 

No. 1786, with the names of witnesses, to-wit: John 
Ward, Jan Heermanz senior, W. D. Meyer. 



Calendar of Wills. 



40s 



1790 (V 9) 

1706 

Novbr. 24 

1713 
April 2a 



1791 (V 10) 

Apr?6 
July a6 



1792 (V IX) 

1709 

Nov or. 10 

Z709-X0 

March 23 



1793 (V 12) 

171Z 

May 15 

17x3 
Septbr. z 



1794 (V X3) 
17x9-20 
Febry. 6 

X720 

April X9 

Dutch 



van den Bergh, Cornells Williamsen, of Al- 
bany City, carman. Wife Marike, son William and other 
children mentioned, but not by name. Land in the 
Manor, house and lot, personal property. Executors 
Winant Williamsen van den Bergh and Francis Winne. 
Witnesses Hend. Hansen, Abraham Staats and John 
Collins. See No. 1788. Seal same as No. 1787. 

van EXVEEN, Cornells, of Kingston, Ulster Co., 
son of Gerrit Cornelissen v. E. of N. Y. City. Wife 
Catrina, an expected child, wife's bro. Henricus Beek- 
man, ** father " Evert Byvanck, David, eldest son of Wil- 
lem Provoost. Real and personal property. The wife 
sole executrix. Witnesses Major Jacob Aartsen, Teunis 
Ellisen and Willem Eltengh. 

van NIEWENHUYSEN, Mounts, of New 

Castle (Delaware?). Sisters Elisabeth van Niewenhuysen 
and Catrina Lamberts. Uncle Jacob Mourits of N. Y. 
and wife Elisabeth, Isak Grevenraet, Mary Syardin, Wil- 
lem Ryniers, cousins Paul Maurits and Jacob Maurits 
jun. No executor. Witnesses Rd. Haes, Thomas Jan- 
vier and Edward Jennigs (?). Copy. 

van HOESEN, Jurriaen, of Claverack. Wife 

Katherin, sons Gasper, Jan, daughters Titje and Mary. 
Homefarm, personal property. Executor the wife. 
Witnesses Samuel Miller, bieb schier (in the certificate 
called Philipp Schifer) and Robert Livingston. 

van der POEL, Elisabeth, of Albany City, 

widow. Daughters Margarietie, wife of Volckert Douw, 
Maria, wife of Jan Vinhagen, Maghdalena, wife of Abra- 
ham Lansing, Helena, wife of Jan Barentsen and Ariaen- 
tie. House and lot in Albany, personal property. 
Executors Olif Teller and Harmanis Wendell. Witnesses 
Stevanus Groesbeek, Jacob Beekman and Rutger 
Blcecker. 



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'"'^L^'^^ VERNOOY, Cornells, senior, of Rochester, Ul- 

Z7Z9 

Jane 22 ster Co. Wife Anna, sons Cornells, Johannts, daughters 
luiy^i Cornelia, wife of David Dubois, Marytie, wife of Lode- 

Dutch wyck Hoombeek, Margariet, wife of Jacob de Witt, 
Geertruy, wife of Pieter Louw, Ragel, wife of Abraham 
Beviere, children of dec'd son Jacob, vizt : Anneke and 
Elizabeth, do. of dec'd da. Celitie, late wife of Abraham 
Delametter, viz : Cornells, do. of dec'd da. Elizabeth, late 
wife of Jacob Dubois, vizt : Lena, wife of Peter van Nest. 
Real and personal estate. Executors sons Cornelis and 
Johannis. Witnesses Yaen van Vlyet jun., Cornelis van 
Aken and Capt. William Nottingham. 

1796 (V 15) VROOMAN, Adam, of Schonactendy Township, 

Septbr. Z2 Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Margrieta, sons Barent, Hen- 

lune^a derick, Wouter, Bartholomewes, Tiemoty, Seth, Jacob 

Messen, Peter (disinherited) and Jan, daughters Maritie 

and Eva. Real and personal estate. Executor the wife. 

Witnesses James Banks, Arenout de Graef and Evert 

Wendell. 

1797 rw[i6) van der VOLCEN, Cornelis, of Schonaghtaday 

March 24 Village, Albany Co., farmer. Wife Elisabeth, nieces 
Aus^^« Jannetie, da. of bro. Tunus van der Volgen, Maritie 
Truax, da. of dec'd sister Neltie, nephews Gysbert van 
Brackel, son of sister Catryntie, Cornelis, son of bro. 
Lowerens van der Volgen, Cornelis Groot, son of sister 
Elesabeth Groot, Nicholas de Graaf, son of sister 
Arejaetie de Graaf. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Cornelis van Dyck, Robert Jeatts and Symon 
Vrooman. Witnesses John Marselis junior, Joseph van 
Sice and Nich. Schuyler. 

1798 (V 17) van der BURCH, Henry, of the Midle Ward 

Jany. 13 near Poeghkeepsinck, Dutchess Co., gentleman. Wife 

*75o Magdalen, sons Richard, Henry, John, Peter, William, 

Stephen, daughters Annamary, wife of Baltus van Kleeck, 

Hestor, wife of Johannis Lewis, Susannah and Magdalen. 



Calendar of Wills. 



407 



" Worldly estate." Executors the wife with sons Richard 
and Henry. Witnesses Joseph Webb, Tuenis van Bun- 
schoten and Elias van Bunschooten junior. 



1799 (V 18) 

Maya 

1738 
Mays 



van SELLEA, France Abrahamsen, of Orange 

Co., free negro. Wife Isabala, sons Abraham, Jan Prime, 
Casper Prime, France, daughter Anna Mary, stepda. 
Maryte Salomo (Salmon). Real and personal estate. 
Executor son France. Witnesses Johannes Remsen, 
Arie Koning, and Johannis de Grau (Graef). 



1800 (V 19) 

1727-8 

Jany.39 

Septbr. ao 



z8oz (V20) 

Aprirx6 

1745 
Jane ix 



x8oa (V 2x) 

March as 
'740 

Dutch 



X803 (V 22) 

1742 

May 27 

Septbr. 22 



van DRIESEN, Petrus, Domine, of Albany City. 
Wife Eva, sons Petrus, Hendrick, Johannis, da. Anna. 
House and lot in N. Y. City, land in the Maquase 
Country, personal property. Executors the wife and 
children. Witnesses Ph. Livingston, Dirick ten Broeck, 
Picter Winne and Coen-Raet Reghtmyer. 

van STIENBERCEN, Mattys, of Kingston, 

Ulster Co., carpenter. Wife Marytie, da. Catherine, son 
Gerret and apparently other children. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Johannes, Abraham and Tobyas. 
Witnesses Ino. Crooke, Petrus Bogardus and John 
Crooke junior. 

van SLYCK/Pieter, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
farmer. Wife , children Thunes, Dirck, Pieter, Eliza- 
beth, wife of Arie Gardenier, Catharyna, wife of Moses 
Ingersolc, Anna, wife of Johann Jacob Eal, Barentje. 
Real and personal estate. Executors sons Thunes, Pieter 
and Dirck. Witnesses Aarent van Dyck, Lambert Huyck 
and Johannis Huick. 

van KEUREN, Tyerck, of Kingston Corporation, 
Ulster Co. Wife Maritie, children Mathcvcs, Benjamin, 
Sarah, wife of William van VHet, Abraham, Jacobus, 
Jcneckcn, wife of Derick Westbrook, Tatic, wife of 



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Josaphat Dubois, Catherine, wife of Aronald Vielen, 
Maritie, wife of Pietrus Louw, Rachel, wife of Derick van 
Viiet, Elizabeth and Lydiae. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the four sons. Witnesses Tyerck de Witt, 
Adam Persen and Cornelis Persen. 



1804 (V 23) 

Octbr. i^ 
Decbr 



/i 



van LOON, Jan, of Loonenburgh, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Rebecca, sons Johannis, Petrus, daugh- 
ters Rachel, Elsie, Rebecca, Elisabeth, Lenoeir, Susanna, 
Marya and Catrina. Real and personal property. Ex- 
ecutors Barant Staats and Johannis Provoost. Witnesses 
Willem Waelderon, Jacob Kydnye and Arent van Driesen, 



i8os(V24) 

1744 
Septbr. 18 

June 8 



1806 (V 25) 

1745 
NoTbr. I 



1746 
:tbr. 22 



Oct 

Dntch 



1807 (V26) 

1742 

Jany. 19 

Decbr. 4 
Dntch 



1808 (V27) 

1746 

NoTbr. 4 

NoTDr. 21 



VISSCHER, Johannis, of Albany City. Wife 
Annatje, children Neeltje, Nanning, Alida, Barent, John, 
Joachim and Gerrit. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife and bro.-in-law Joachim Staats. Witnesses 
Barent Staats, Jacobus Schuyler and Johs. Rutse Bleecker. 

van ALEN, Sarah, widow of johannis, of Kinder- 
hook, Albany Co. Daughters Elbert, Alida, Eliz.ibcth 
and Katarina, sons Adam, Evert, Abraham, Jacobus. 
*' Worldly affairs." Executors son Jacobus and son-in- 
law Johannis Hoogboom. Witnesses James Panton, 
Mary Mathews and Gerrit Dingman. 

van SCHELLUYNE, Johannes, of Albany 

City. Sister Hester van Schelluyne, brothers Tieleman, 
Harmanus and Wellem sole heirs and executors. Wit- 
nesses Harme Bastiaensen, Jacob van Woert and Thuenes 
Visger. 

van SLYCK, Teunis, of Coxsakie, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Jannetje, children William, Hendrick. 
Andries, Gerrit Teunissen, Peter, Eybie, Alida and Chat- 
rina. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, son 
Peter and Jacob Freesc. Witnesses Albert van Loon, 
Eghbert Ebberse and Jacob Freese. 



Calendar of Wills, 



409 



1809 (V 28) 

1746 

March 17 

1760 

July 25 

Dntch 



van STEENBERCH, Benjamin, of Dutchess 

Co. Wife Rachel, sons Benjamin and Johannes, daugh- 
ters Sarah, Maria, Catarina, Margrita, Johanna, Rachel 
and Elisabeth. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
nine children. Witnesses Maes Bloemendahl, yeoman, 
Johannes Nicoll and Isaac Kip. Copy. 



1810 (V29) 

1746 

July 15 



181 1 (V30) 

1746 
Septbr. 14 

1747-8 
Fcbry. 13 



VEEDER, Johannes Seymonsen, of Rens- 

selaerswyck Manor. Children Myndert, Seymon, En- 
geltje, Dcbora and Maria, stepson Johannis Wyngaard. 
Real and personal estate (Dutch bible). Executors sons 
Myndert and Seymon with Robert Sanders. Witnesses 
Barent Sanders, Johannis Lansing jun. and Nathl. Buell (?). 

van LOON, Francis, "designed upon an Expedi- 
tion against Canada." Father Nicholis van Loon, 
brothers and sisters. Personal estate (pay as soldier). 
The father executor. Witnesses Peter Heyden, Jacob 
Hilton and Jacob H. Decker. 



1812 (V 31) 

«747 
March 26 

X768 

Aug^. 22 

Dntch 



van DYKE, Cornelius, of Albany City. Wife 

Maria, son Hendrick. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the wife and cousin Johannis de Peyster. Witnesses 
John Beasley, Reyer Gerritsen and Barent H. ten Eyck, 
brewer. Seal. 



18x3 (V 32) 

1746-7 
Jany. 17 

1756 
May x8 



1814 (V 33) 

1746-7 
Jany. 6 

^ '754 
Octbr. 7 



van den BOCERT, Jacobus, of Dutchess Co., 

yeoman. Wife Maragrit, sons Myndert and Jacobis, 
daughters Catharine and Helena. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and sons. Witnesses William 
Welling, Elcebeth Noxon and Barthow. Noxon. 

van KLEEK, JohanneSi of Dutchess Co., yeoman. 
Wife Catharine, children Tryntie, Baltus, Peter, Sarah, 
Jacobis, Johannis, Lawrence, and Myndert, children of 
dec*d. da. Elizabeth, vizt. Frans and Johannes. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons Peter and Jacobis with 



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i8iS (y34) 

1746-7 

Jany. 37 

1750 
Aprils 



1816 (V 35) 

1746-7 

March 6 

175a 
June 3 



Myndert, son of Jacobes van den Boogert. Witnesses El- 
cebeth Noxon, Peter Windover of N, Y. City, cordwainer, 
and Bartholw Noxon. 

van VOORHEES, Johannes, junior, of Rum- 

bouts Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Garritje, children Elias, 
Johannes, Barbaratje, Catrena, Sare and Jannetje. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Coert van 
Voorhees and bro.-in-law Tunis van Bunscoten. Wit- 
nesses John Brinckerhoff, Catrina van Voorhees and 
Jannitje Brinckerhoif. 

van SANTVOORD, Cornelius, Minister of the 

Ref. Prot. Dutch Church at Schenechtady, Albany Co. 
** First wife " a da. of John Staats of Staten Island, second 
wife mentioned but not named, children Staats, Zeger, 
Cornelius, Jacoba, grandchildren Antje Veldtman and 
Ann Wendell ; eldest da. of Geertje Metzelaar, wife of 
Ryk van der Bilt of Rariton, bro.-in-law (sister's husband) 
Zeger Hazebroeck of Leyden, Holland, Elisabeth, da. of 
Peter Cornu. Land on Staten Island, personal property 
(a silver seal, do. shoebuckles, $ do. large spoons, 4 do. 
teaspoons, books and manuscripts). Executor Peter 
Groenendyk of Schenechtady, merchant. Witnesses John 
Sanders, Gerrit A. Lansingh and Gerrit van Antwerpen. 



1817 (V36) 

Septbr. 8 
NoTbr. I 



van LOON, Nicholis, of Loonenburgh, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Rachel, sons Jurie (George), Isaac, 
William, Mathys, Abraham, daughters Mary, wife of 
Casper van Hoesen, and Elsie. Share in Loonenburgh 
Patent, personal estate. Executors the wife, bro.-in-law 
William Klaw and Jacob Freese. Witnesses Duloton, 
Jakobis Hilton and Jacob Freese. 



i8i8(V37) 

X748 
April 15 

«757 
July 6 



van VECHTEN, Benjamin, of Albany City, 

merchant. Mother Grietie van Vechten, brothers Thunis 
V. v., Harmen v. V. dcc'd, mentioned. Wife Annatie, 
son Anthony, niece Alida, da. of sister Annatie, late wife 



Calendar of Wills. 411 



of Hendrik Fonda. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife and Gerrit Gcrritsen Lansingh of Albany, 
cooper. Witnesses Antony Brat, Ahas. Roseboom and 
Johs. van der Heyden. 

'*'?y<j38) van BRUNT, Cornells, of New Utrecht, Kings 

Julj 25 Co., gentleman. Children Rutger, Nicolas, Tryntie, 
May 13 Marrytie, Marragreet Neeltic, children of dec'd. da. An- 
genitie. Homestead, land adjoining Hendrick Smak, do. 
in Town of Gravesand, personal property. Executors 
the two sons. Witnesses Jan Jansen of said Co. farmer, 
Peter Lefferts do. farmer, and Cornelis Groenendeyck. 
Copy. 

''^^yJJ^> van ALEN, Adam, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
Octbr. 17 yconian. Wife Tryntie, sons Johannis, Jacobus, Abra- 
JmjTso ham, daughters Sarah, Maria and Lena. Farm at 

Claverack (van Rensselaer Lease), personal property. 

Executors the wife, bro. Jacobus van Alen and Edward 

Collins. Witnesses John Lansing, Zacharias Haas and 

Then n is van Slyck. Seal. 

»«*;^<j4o) VROOM AN, Wouter, of Schenectady Township, 
May 7 Albany Co., miller. Children, Adam, Jacob, Barent, Isaac, 
AprS^iS Nicholas, Engeltie, wife of Cornelius Veeder, Christina 
Vrooman, Rachel, wife of Abraham Wemp and Elizabeth 
Vrooman. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Adam and Isaac with Joseph Yates. Witnesses Ino. 
Chambers, Wm. Cosby jun., Lambt. Moore and Augs. van 
Cortlandt. Seal. 

1822 (V 41) van NORSTRANDT, John, of Hemstid, Queens 
Octbr. 14 Co., turner. Wife Lamocke, sons Aron, Cornelias, Abra- 

ham, Morter, John, George, daughters Alche, Sarah, Jean 
and Onche. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife, son Aron and father-in-law Cornelias Rierson. Wit- 
nesses George Everit, George Rerson and James Turner. 
Copy. 



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1823 (V 42) 

April 18 

Septbr. 13 



1824 (V 43) 

1750 

NoTbr. 7 

Febry. iz 
Dutch 



van DRIES EN, Eva, widow of Domine Petrus 
(No. 1800). Son Hendrick, da. Annatje, grandchild 
Marritic van Driesen. Personal estate (a silver teapot, 6 
do. tea spoons). Executors the two children. Witnesses 
Ino. de Peyster, Ino. Beeckman of Albany, merchant, 
andjohannys deForeest. 

van CORLAER, Elisabeth, of Albany City, 

widow. Sons Gerret van Schajck, Jacob v. S., Abraham 
V. S., Anthony v. S., Arent v. S., grandson Sybrant Go- 
sensen, son of dec'd eldest son Gose van Schajck, daugh- 
ters Maria, widow of Johs. Glandorf, Debora, wife of 
Johannis Beekman, Johanna, wife of Nicholas Groesbeck 
of New Brunswyck, children of dec'd da. Catarina, to-wit 
Sybrant, Adriaen, Johannes, Anthony, Magtel and Cata- 
rina Quackenboss, do. of dec'd da. Alida, wife of Salomon 
Goewey, towit Benjamin, Johannis, Catalina, wife of Hen- 
drick Bulsen, Elisabeth, wife of Andries Scherp ; Sybrant, 
son of son Anthony. Real and personal estate (a large 
Dutch bible). Executors son Gerret van Schayck, 
grandson Sybrant Gosensen van Schajck and da. Maria 
Glandorph. Witnesses Richard Miller, James Willson 
and Johs. van der Heyden. 



1825 (V 44) 

1750 

Oclbr. 6 

1754 
July zz 

Dutch 



van den BOCERT, Myndert, of Poghkeepsie, 

Dutchess Co. Wife Neeltie, children Lena, Myndert, 
Neeltje, Jacobus, Peter, Ragel, Johannes and Cornelius. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, Johannis 
Rynders, Johannis Swartwbut and son Jacobus. Wit- 
nesses Roger Stevens, Josiah Gains and Tcunis Tappen. 



z826(V45) 

Decor, zo 

Z752 
Febry. Z3 



van SLYCK, Johannes, of Schonectady Town- 
ship, Albany Co., farmer. Brothers Harme, Cornells, 
nephews Cornells, son of dec'd bro. Adreejan, Cornells 
Petrus, son of bro. Petrus, Cornells Antone, son of bro. 
Antone, nieces Clara, da. of dec'd bro. Hendrick, Margret 
and Elisabeth, da. of bro. Harme, Margaret, da. of bro. 



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413 



Albert, Gertruy, da. of bro. Cornells, Elizabeth, da. of 
Johs^nnes Visger esqre., sisters Margaret Peeck and Lena 
van Antwerpe. Dec'd wife Lena was da. of Harme van 
Slyck. Land in said Township between Stene Kil and 
Plate Kil on S. side of Mohawk R., personal property. 
Executors brothers Harme and Cornelius van Slyck. 
Witnesses Joseph Yates, Arent van Antwerpen, and 
Jacob Peeck. 



1827 (V 46) 

Jany. ao 

'756 

Novbr. II 

Dutch 



van ALSTYN, Sander, of Kinderhook, Albany 
Co., Capt. of a Company. Wife Elbertje, sons Abraham, 
Pieter, Johannis, da. Maria, an expected child. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife and bro. Isaac van 
Alstyn. Witnesses Arent van Dyck, Adam van Alen 
and Andries Kittel of Schotack, Albany Co., yeoman. 



i8a8 (V 47) 

1751 
March I3 

1762 

Febry. 22 



van DRIESSEN, Petrus, of Schonechtady 
Township, trader. Wife Engeltje, children John, Petrus, 
Mary and Anna. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, Pieter Groendyck and Hendrick van Driessen. 
Witnesses Johannes S. Vroman, Maas van Vranken, 
both of Schonectady, shoemakers, and Johannes J. Vroo- 
man. 



1829 (V 48) 

1751 
July 19 



Not! 



X753 
•▼br. 19 



van DYCK, Francis^ of Crum Elbow Prect., 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Sons Francis, Peter, Cornelius, 
grandson Jacobus, son of dec'd son Jacobus, bro. Richard 
van Dyck, daughters Magdalena, wife of Jost Garrison, 
Margaret, wife of Richard Williams and Catalintje. 
Ilomcfarm, other land in said Prect., do. in Great Nine 
Partners, personal property. Executors the sons-in-law 
and the three daughters. Witnesses Edward Man of N. 
Y. City, cooper, B. Payne and Abrm. de Foreest. 



1830 (V 49) 
Octbr. 23 
Octbr. 16 



van WORMER, Johannes, of Sagerties, Albany 

Co., mariner. Wife Engeltie (Anna), daughters Hannah, 
Aleda and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors 



414 Calendar of Wills. 



father John Conclin, Captain, and brother Henry G. Liv- 
ingston. Witnesses Eghbert Brat, John Carrie and John 
West. 



'*3' g^o) VIELE, Elizabeth, of N. Y. City, widow. Da. 

Octbr. 13 Sarah Vieie, cousins Andries Abrahams, Arientie Sey- 

mour, Sarah Leacraft, Elizabeth Beekman, Cornelia 
Bogart, Margaret Shourt, Cornelia Bowly, children of 
dec'd cousin Elizabeth Deforrest. Real and personal 
estate, (plate, jewelry). Executors cousins Andries 
Abrahams and Arientie Seymour. Witnesses Jasper 
Farmer, Luke Roome and Cornelius Sebring. Copy 
made Febry. 4, 1754. 

»832 gsi) van ANTWERPEN, Gerret, of Schonectady, 

Tniy 24 Albany Co., tailor, son of Daniel D. Wife Catriena, chil- 
Octbr. 25 jj.gj^ Daniel, Arejantie, Maria, Annaatje, an expected 
child. Real and personal estate. Executors father-in- 
law Cornells Brower, bro. Wilhelmus van Antwerpen and 
bro.-in-lfiw Ruben Horseford. Witnesses James Lythall, 
John Freeman and John Sanders. 



«833(V|2) VEDDER, Albert, of Schonechtade, Albany Co. 

Febry. 8 Wife Marytie, sons Harmen, Sander, Aarent, children of 

No^Sr K ^^c'd son Johannes vizt. Albert, Catrina, Marya and 

Dntck Anna, do. of dec'd da. Anna. Bro. Corset Vedder dec'd 

mentioned. Real and personal estate. Executors the 

wife and the three sons. Witnesses Alsander van Eps, 

Tobyas ten Eyck and I no. de Peyster. 

^^^Si^^^ VOSBURGH, Jacob Pietersen, of Kinder- 
1753 

June 19 hook, Albany Co., batchelor. Brothers Johannis and 

iSy 8 Isaac Vosburgh. Real and personal estate. Executors 

brothers Johannes and Pieter Vosburgh. Witnesses 

Jacob D. Vosburgh, Bartholomevous P. van Valkenburgh 

of Claverack, cordwainer, and Arent van Dyck. 



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415 



183s (V 54) 

1754 

Septbr. 36 



van der BEEK, John, of Richmond Co. Wife 
Hannah, son Rem and other children, not named. 
" Worldly estate." Executors Daniel Lake and Stephen 
Martino jun., both of said Co. Witnesses Wm. Walton, 
Thomas Stilwell and Gilbert White. Copy. 



x836(VsS) 

Septbr. 13 
Octbr.7 



van WYCK, Theodoros, of Runbouts Prect., 

Dutchess Co. Wife Sarah, father Cornelius van Wyck, 
children Sarah, Cornelius, Abraham, Catalina and Antie. 
Real and personal estate. Executors brothers Francis 
Britt, George Adriance and Richard van Wyck. Wit- 
nesses Isaac BrinckerhofT, esquire, Robert Brett and 
James Willson. 



1837 (V 56) 

Octbr. 14 

«757 
Jany. 4 



van ALEN, Jacobus, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Leena, sons Lowrens, Abraham, J ohann is, 
daughters Mar>% wife of Johannes van Alen and Catha- 
rina. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife with 
sons Lowrens and Abraham. Witnesses Anth. Quacken- 
bos, Peter Vosburgh and Arent van Dyck. Copy. 



1838 (V 57) 

«75S 
Aug. 15 

1758 
Febry. 25 



1839 (V 58) 

I7SS 
July 15 

'773 
March 31 

Dutch 



van VOORHUIS, Johanna, of Rombout Prect., 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Sarah, children Court, 
Zacharias, Jacob, Jannetie and Maria, children of dec*d. 
son Johannes. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Zacharias and Jacob with sons-in-law John Brincker- 
hofT and Elias du Boyse. Witnesses Petrus Bogardus, 
John Cambell and Egbert Bogardus. 

van den BERCH^Cysbert, of Kingston, Ulster 

Co. Son-in-law Benjamin van Wagenen, Cornelus, son 
of da. Divertje, daughters Cornelia Catharina, wife of 
Johannis Vieiee, Elisabeth, wife of Benjamin van Wag- 
enen, and Dievertje, wife of Johannis van Keuren. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the three sons-in-law. 
Witnesses Jan Eltinge, Catrinna Rycman and Rachel 
Eltinge. 



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'»4o^gS9) VERVEELEN, Gideon, of Rumbout Prect., 

Jany. 25 Dutchess Co., yeoman. Children Moses, Mary, wife of 
Jnne^a6 William Rodgers, Hester, wife of Johannes Roeger, 
Alida, wife of Isaac Cole, children of da. Mary Rogers, 
vizt. Jannetie and Susannah. Land in Rumbout Prect., 
bought from Stephen van Rensselaer, out of which farms 
have been sold to Simon Pells, Ezekiel Masten, Johannis 
Roeger, Arie van Vliet, Jan Ostrom jun., Jacob Wester- 
velt, Jan La Roy, Thomas Vorse, Aert Middagh, Hans 
Joost Snyder, Elias van Bunschoten jun. and Migell Hoff- 
man, homefarm on Wappingers Creek, personal estate. 
Executors Ezekiel Masten, Aert Middagh and Thomas 
Vorse. Witnesses Richard van der Burgh, Henry v. d. 
Burgh and Henry Livingston. 



1841 (V60) van EPS, Alexander, of Schonectady, Albany Co., 

Juij 8 innkeeper. Wife Neltye, children Jan Baptist Sander, 

'758 Jacobes, Loweres, Leena, wife of Ebre (?) Thome (?) and 

Gertruy. Real and personal estate (a large Dutch bible). 

Executors the three sons. Witnesses Joseph Yates, 

Christopher Yates and Abraham Wempel. 



1842 (V61) van VOORHIES, Johannes, of Dutchess Co., 

Febry. 4 draft of letters testamentary on the estate of, granted to 

his widow Gerritje, since intermarried with Lewis Du- 

• bois. His will, proved April 5, 1750, named Tunis van 

Buntschoten as executor with the wife. 

1843 (V62) yan RENSSELAER, Elizabeth, widow of 

NoTDr. 26 Stephen. Son Stephen, da. Elisabeth, nephews Stephen 
]iI?iS Schuyler and John Groesbeck. Real and personal estate 
(a silver tankard, a do. bowl and 12 do. spoons.) Execu- 
tors son-in-law Abraham ten Broeck, da. Elizabeth, son 
Stephen and nephew Stephen Schuyler. Witnesses 
Catrena Schuyler, Philipp van Vechten, yeoman, and 
Hendrick Gardenyer. 



Calendar of Wills. 



417 



1844 (V 63) 

Febr J. 23 

1763 
March 17 



184s (V 64) 

NoTbr. 34 

1763 
May 21 



1846 (V 65) 

X757 
March x6 

1758 
May 15 



X847 (V 66) 

July 25 
Feby. 5 



van ANTWERPEN, Johannis Sy., son of Sey- 

mon Danielsen, of Schonectady, Albany Co., waggoner. 
Wife Catriena, son Seymon, da. Engeltje. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Lawies van Ant- 
werpen, bro.-in-law Albert Johse. Vedder. Witnesses 
John Sanders, merchant, Elder Groot and Nicholas 
Groot, carpenter. 

van WYCK, Cornelius, of Rumbout Prect., 

Dutchess Co. Wife Hannah, children Richard, Cornelius, 
Phebe, wife of George Adriance, Margaret, wife of Francis 
Britt, Catherine, wife of Johannis ter Bos jun., children of 
dec*d son Theodorus vizt. Sarah, Cornelius, Abraham, 
Catalina and Antje. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons Richard and Cornelius with son-in-law Fran- 
cis Britt. Witnesses Johannes ter Bos, Theodorus van 
Wyck and John Brinckerhoff. 

van WYCK, John, of Newtown, Queens Co. 
Daughters Phebe and Sarah. Real and personal estate. 
Executors uncles John and Theodorus van Wyck, cousin 
Stephen van Wyck and bro.-in-law Edward Burling. Wit- 
nesses Benjamin Meyer, Lieut. Royal American Regt., 
William Betts and John Townsend. Copy. 

van BERGEN, Cerrit, of Katskil, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Children Martin Garson, William, Deborah, 
wife of John Peers, Ann, wife of Wilhelmus van Bergen, 
Neeltie, wife of David Abeel, grandda. Annake, da. of 
Casparus Bronck dec'd, Refd. Church of Catskil. Land 
on the Single Kil, do. at Tabegeght, do. in Katskil 
Patent, do. in Rensselaerswyck Manor, derived from 
mother Neeltie Dow, do. on Plaat Island, do. called the 
Ryters Wey (Riders Pasture), do. now tenanted by 
Nicholas Brando, Wilhelmus Oosterhout and Peter Sax, 
do. at Batavia behind the Katskil Hills, do. in Corlars 
Kil Patent, personal property. Executors the two sons. 
Witnesses Wessel van Dyck, Joseph Nisbit and Henry 
Oothoudt. 



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^^%%^^ van DYCK, Cornelis, of Schenectady, Albany 

Decor. 6 Co., "dockter." Wife Margreta, children John Most, 

FcbrT.^iS Henderick Most, Cornelis Lott, Jacamintye, wife of John 

Baptist Wendel, Jacobes, grandda. Marya, da. of da. 
Elisabeth, late wife of Haramanes Bratt. Real and per- 
sonal property (a Dutch bible, a silver tankard). Execu- 
tors Johannes A. Bratt and Joseph Yates jun. both of 
Schonectady. Witnesses Christopher Yates, John Ved- 
der and Arent And. Bratt. 

»«49^g^«) van SCHAAK, Michiel, of Loonenburg Flats, 

Ang:. 28 Albany Co., farmer. Wife Maria Magdalena, sons Nic- 

Septbr 16 '^^^ ^"^ Arend, daughters Maria and Margaretha. Real 

Dutch and personal estate. Executors Johannes Brando w and 

Lourens van Boskerk. Witnesses Dirck van Vechten, 

Albert van Schaak, farmers, and Michael Christian Knoll. 

1850 (V69) van CAASBEEK, Johannes, of Foxhall, Ulster 
1750 

Att^. 19 Co. Wife Antje, children Sarah, Catharina, Abraham 

S 'tb^ 22 ^"^ Thomas. Real and personal estate. Executors bro- 

fintch thers Abraham and Lawrens van Gaasbeek, Lawrens 

Salsberry and Adriaan Wynkoop. Witnesses William 

van Gaasbeek of said Co., cooper, Henry Jansen and 

Thomas H. Jansen. 

1851 (V70) van BENTHUYSEN, Gerrit, of Rhinebeek 
1750 ' ' 

June Z3 Prect., Dutchess Co., gent. Children Jannetje, Barent 
Fc^r? K *"^ Peter. Real and personal estate (a silver teapot, six 
do. spoons, six do. teaspoons, a do. sugar tong, all marked 
F. L.). Executors the three children and bro. Peter van 
Benthuysen. Witnesses Jurry Haas, John Jurry Tremper 
and Christian Schultz, yeoman. 

185a (V71) VIELE, Phllipp, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife 

Ma^as Antje, children Helena, wife of Matheus van Keuren, 

'7^' Arenhoudt, Philipp, Cornelius, Gerret, Johannes, Marrea, 

wife of Cornelius van den Bergh, grandson Cornelius, son 

of dec'd son Petrus, Reformed Church at Kingston. 



Calendar of Wills. 



419 



Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and sons 
Philipp and Johannes. Witnesses Johannis Jansen, 
Christophel Tappen and D. Wynkoop jun. 



1853 (V 7a) 

1759 
May 30 

1760 

March 5 



VROOMAN, Adam, son of Wouter, son of Adam, 
of Schonactady Township, Albany Co. Wife Susanna, 
sons Wouter, Jacob, Isaac, daughters Maria, Lena, and 
Jannetje, niece Maria, da. of bro. Isaac. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors Isaac Swits of Albany, John 
Sanders and bro. Isaac Vrooman. Mother's name was 
Maria Halenbeek. Witnesses Johannes S. Vroman, 
Johannes Fort and Isaac Jacobus Swits. 



X854 (V 73) 

X7S9 
June I z 

Septbr. xa 



van DYCK, Arent, and wife Heyltje, of Kinder- 
hook, Albany Co., Doctor. Sons Stephanus, Hendrick 
and Laurens. Real estate, derived from " our father 
Stephanis van Alen," personal property. Executors sons 
Hendrick and Laurens. Witnesses Jacob van Schajck, 
Anth. Quakenbouss and Hend. van Dyck of Albany City, 
Doctor. 



18SS (V 74) 

1760 

Attgr. 15 

1770 
June 17 



VELEN, John, of Schonectady Township, Albany 
Co., husbandman. Wife Debora, daughters Debora, 
Margrieta, Maria, Susanna. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Jacobus Peck, carpenter, and Albert Vedcjer, 
carpenter. Witnesses Hendricus F. Veeder, joiner, Ba- 
rent Veeder and Caleb Beck, merchant, all of Schonec- 
tady. 



1856 (V 75) 
1760 

Octbr. 9 

176Z 
April 30 



van HORNE, James, of Middlesex Co., N. J., 
gent. Late wife Margaret,, sons John and James. Real 
and personal estate (plate, pearl necklace, diamond rings). 
Executors nephews James Mack Evers and William 
Cockerofft, both of N. Y. City, merchants, and John 
Berrian of Rockkey Hill, N. J., merchant. Witnesses 
Catharina van Home, Catherine Cebra and James Cebra. 
Copy. 



420 Calendar of Wills. 



»8S7 0/76) van de WATER, Jacobus, jun., of Beekmans 

May 8 Frect., Dutchess Co., farmer. Wife Maryah, nephew 

J«"y 4 Jacobes, son of bro. Benjamin van de Water. Real and 

personal estate. Executors the wife, father-in-law Lar- 

ranee Lose and Abraham Adriance. Witnesses Henry 

Wiltse, Johannis Wiltse, and Francis Lose, yeomen. 

»858 C/77) van J EVE REN, MIndert, of Albany City, black- 
Septbr. 14 smith. Wife Hariantie, children Ryneer, Garret, Hester, 
Api??5 Hannah and Santie, grandda. Hittie Williams. House 
and lot in 2d Ward, Albany, between Frans Pruyn and 
Robert Sanders, personal estate. Executors sons-in-law 
Harme Visgher and Peter Williams. Witnesses Robt. 
Sanders, Frans Sa. Pruyn and Richard Cartwright of 
Albany City, vintner. 

»^59 OJ78) van EPS, Abraham, of Schonectady, Albany Co., 
April 20 carpenter. Wife Susanna, daughters Marya and Effe. 
May^6 R^^l and personal estate. Executors the wife and da. 
Marya, who refusing to act John S. Glen, farmer, is ap- 
pointed administrator. Witnesses Joseph Yates, Pieter 
Cornu and Cornelius Lansing of Schonectady, carpenter. 

«86o (V79) van KLEEK, Lawrence, of Poghkeepsie, Dutch- 

April30 Co., esquire. Wife Jaepje, children Elizabeth, Baltus, 



M^2'\ Trintje, Leonard and Sarah, grandda. Jacoba, da. of 
Peter van Kleek. Real and personal estate (a great 
Dutch bible). Executors the wife with sons Baltus and 
Leonard. Witnesses Richard Snedeker of said Co., gent, 
Trintie Crannell and Barthw. Crannell. Copy. 

1861 n^8o) VAUCHAN, David, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 
1701 , 

Au^. 8 Co. Wife Dinah, sons Benjamin, John, David, James, 

Octbr. 16 Henry, Daniel, Obediah and Anthony, daughters Sarah 

Willber, Elizabeth Wood, Mary Vaughan, Abigail 

Dunkin and Dinah Vaughan. Land in said Precinct and 

in New England, personal property. Executors the 



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wife and bro.-in-law Benjamin Northrop of New-England, 
" formerly a Dweller in Exeter." Witnesses Emanuel 
Woolly, Thomas Dunkin, both of said Prect., yeomen, 
and Thomas O'Bryan. 

'%S'"^ VEDDER, Harme Haramanes, of Schonec- 

Septbr. 20 tady, Albany Co., merchant. Da. Susanna, widow of 
Jimc^ Nicolas A. van Petten, bro. Johannes Haramanes Ved- 
der. Real and personal estate. Executor the daughter. 
Witnesses Joseph Yates of Schonectady, blacksmith, 
Johans. Roseboom, silversmith, Symon Vroman and 
Mindert R. Wemple. 

«W3g^82) VEDDER, Jacobus, of Schonectady, Albany 
July I Co., yeoman. Wife Maria, brothers Harmen Vedder, 

Septbr. 6 Johannis Har. Vedder, sister Antje, wife of Harmanis 

Peeck, son of Johannis Peeck, Harmanis Franse, son of 
Nicolaes van den Bogert, children of dec'd sister Suffia 
Pieters, vizt: Harmanis Pieters and Margariet, wife of 
James Seuter, da. of dec'd sister Lydia, vizt. Margariet 
van Sleyck, children of bro. Arent Bradt vizt : Harmanis 
and Margrieta, widow of Cornelis van Dyck, do. of sister 
Batseba, vizt : Andries Burn, Catoleyn Burn and her 
grandchildren, i. e. children of dec'd son Samuel Burn 
and of Jacomeyn ; Margrieta, wife of John Brown. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife and bro. Johan- 
nis Har. Vedder. Witnesses Thomas Brower Bancker, 
John van Sice and John Sanders. 

«W4g^83) VISSCHER, Jacob, of Albany City. Gertruy,da. 
NovDf. 10 of Major Isaac Swits, Gerret van Vranke of Albany City, 
O \{^^2A carpenter, children of sister Hester Swits, to wit Isaac, 

Sannake, wife of Cornelius van Ness, Anna, wife of Hen- 
drik Beekman. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Isaac Swits, Jacob Ja. Lansing and John M. Beekman. 
Witnesses Isaac van Aernam, hatter, Peter W. Yates, 
yeoman, and Abrm. Yates jun., attorney-at-Uw« 



422 Calendar of Wills. 



^^%Z^^^ van VECHTEN, Neeltie, widow of Johannis, of 

May I Albany City. Sons Voickert, Johannis, Ephraim and 
NoTlLr. 13 Hendricus. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 

Volckerty Johannis and Ephraim. Witnesses John, son 
of Jellis de Garmo, Comelus van den Bergh and Wm. 
Hogen jun., blacksmith. 

»8^^^<V85) van VECHTEN, John, of Albany City, Major in 
May 13 the N. Y. Forces. Wife Annatie sole heiress and execu- 

Octbr?6 ^"^ ^^ ^^^^ ^"^ personal estate. Witnesses Goose van 
Schaick, John Visscher, both of Albany, gentlemen, and 
Gerard de Peyster. 

^^%%^^^ van FLEET, Cornelius, of Shaloty Prect., 

June I Dutchess Co., gentleman. Cousin Cornelius van Fleet 
Junelo i^^'* sister Anna Ostrom, cousin Arey van Fleet, broth- 
ers Dirck, Johannes and Benjamin van Fleet. ** Worldly 
goods." Executors Dirck van Fleet, John Ostrom and 
Thomes Garesen. Witnesses Jacob Clyne and Mary 
Hagaman. 

iM8^g87) van RENSSELAER, Jeremiah. Wife Judith 

Septbr. x6 sole heiress, and with brothers-in-law Philipp Schuyler and 
Ja'nj.^25 Nicholas Bayard executrix of real and personal estate. 

A son mentioned. Witnesses Hester, wife of van 

Cortlandt, of N. Y. City, James van Rensselaer and Wm. 
Smith jun. Proved at N. Y. City. Copy. 

»«^^g88) VELLER, Philipp, of Rynebeek, Dutchess Co. 

Wife Catherine, children Wilhalmus, Johannes, Philipp 

FeVnr x ^"^ ^^^^ more, not named. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the three sons named. Witnesses Everardus 
Bogardus of said Co., merchant, Jerge Jan Zufeldt and 
Petrus ten Broeck. 

»87o^^89) van RENSSELAER, John Baptist, of Albany 

Aug:. 17 Co., gentleman, letters testamentary on the estate of, 
granted to John Schuyler jun., of the executors appointed 
in the will, made April 25, 1763, James Stevenson being 
dead, John Schuyler and Oliverde Lancey refusing to act. 



Calendar of Wills. 



423 



Z87Z (Vpo) 

1764 

May zo 

Z78a 

Febry. 8 

Dntch 



187a (V 91) 

1764 
Mays 

1785 

Febry. 20 



1873 (V 92) 

X764 

Jany. 4 

1769 
NoTbr. 6 



1874 (V 93) 

Octbr. 22 

1767 
May IX 



x875(V94) 
X766 

Octbr. 14 

1771 

Febry. 9 



van VECHTEN, Dirck, of the Flats, Loonenburg 
District, Albany Co. Wife Helena, sons Teunis, Hubar- 
tis, who has son Dirrik, daughters Jannetie, Sara, wife of 
Isack Kalier, Eva, wife of Abraham van Valkenburg, 
Maria, wife of Nicolaus Spoor, Catariena, wife of Lam- 
bert van Valkenburg. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors son Hubartus and sons-in-law Lambert van Val- 
kenburg and Nicolaus Spoor. Witnesses John ten Broeck, 
Martin Lydius, Jacob Roseboom and John H. Lydius. 

van NORDEN, Wessel, of N. Y. City, masenar. 
Mother Ariantie van Orden sole heiress and executrix 
of '* temporal estate." Witnesses Catherine McClean, 
widow, Attie Soomerendyck and Law. Wessells. Copy. 

van DURHEN, (Duehren), Sara. Rev. John 

Albert Weygand and John Dealing of N. Y. heirs and 
executors of share in the patent granted to Christian 
Gerlog, Andreas Finck et al. Octbr. 19, 1723, at Stonara- 
bie, Albany Co., derived from father. Witnesses Gerret 
van Gelden, of N. Y. City, chairmaker, Frs. Tetord and 
Anna Sophia Jaquery. Copy. 

van ETTENy JacobuSy of Wachconck, Kingston 
Corporation, Ulster Co. Wife Catherine, sons Arie, 
Gysbert, Johannes, daughters Arreiantje, Catherine, 
Maria, Elizabeth and Leaja. Real and personal estate. 
Executors sons Johannis and Gysbert, Wilhelmus Hoogh- 
teeling jun., esquire and Johannis van Bunschoten. Wit- 
nesses Wilhelmus Hooghteelingh jun., Johannis van Bun- 
scohten and Andriesde Witt, all of Kingston, gentlemen. 

van der BURCH, William, of Poghkeepsie 

Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Margit, children 
Henry, John, William, Magdelin, Elesabeth, Hester. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. 
Henry v. d. Burgh and Richard Davis. Witnesses 
Jacobes Frear, yeoman, Peter Frer, and Cornelus 
Westervelt. 



424 



Calendar of Wills. 



x876(y9S) 

1767 

March z6 

1769 
Octbr. 6 



van BENTHUYSEN, Jacob, of RynbeekPrect., 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Children Abrehem, John, Catle- 
yntie and Jenneke. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors bro. Pieter van Benthuysen, Pieter van Benthuysen 
jun. and Barent van Benthuysen jun. Witnesses Augus- 
tinus Turcke, Gerrit van Benthuysen and Isaac Cole jun. 



X877 (V 96) 
, X759 

1768 
Septbr. 5 



X878 (V 97) 

1768 
Octbr. xo 



X77X 

Bcbr. 



Decbr. 30 



x879(V98) 

X768 
Decor. 24 

X770 
Aug, a8 



VERNOOY, Cornelius, of Rochester, Ulster Co., 
fanner. Sons Cornelius, Jacob and Wessel, Margerith, 
widow of dec'd. son Coenraet and his children vizt. Cor- 
nelius, Sarah, Andries, Simeon, Jonathan and Cornelia. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the three sons and 
grandson Cornelius, son of Coenraet. Witnesses Corne- 
lius Joh. Vernooy, Johannis Vernooy jun. and Andries de 
Witt jun. Codicil of January 16, 1767 divides the share, 
given to grandson Simeon since deceased, and appoints 
Andries de Witt, Capt. Johannis Bevier and Cornelius I. 
Vernooy, to make the partition of the estate. Witnesses 
Johannis Vernooy, Nathan Vernooy and Jurry Mack of 
Rochester, labourer. 

VROMAN, Peter, of Schohary, Albany Co., yeo- 
man. Sons Abraham, Barent, Cornelius and Isaac ; Jonas, 
Peter and Simon, sons of dec'd eldest son Adam, Peter, 
son of son Barent, Dina, widow of son Adam, da. Engel- 
tie, wife of David Uzile, Geertruy, Maria and Engeltie, 
daughters of dec'd. son Martynes, Lydia, da. of dec'd son 
Peter, Sara, Geertruy, Christina and Maria, daughters of 
dec'd, da Janetje, Elisabeth and Cathrina, daughters of 
dec'd. da. Cathrina. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors son Barent, Cornelius and Isaac. Witnesses Laurentz 
Lawyer, of Schohary, farmer, Marteynys van Slyck and 
Conrad Brown. 

van LEUVEN, Andrias, of Marbletown, Ulster 
Co., yeoman. Wife Margrit, sons Johannis, Christopher, 
Elias and Eliza. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, bro. Gysbert van Leuven, and bro.-in-law Petrus 



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425 



van Leuven. Witnesses John van Luven of Marble- 
town, farmer, Ephraim Chambers and Thomas Schoon- 
maker jun. 



1880 (V o8|4) 

1768 

Norbr. 30 

1769 
Septbr. 35 



VOSBURCH, Jacob D., of KHne KM, Kinder. 

hook Township, Albany Co. Wife , sons John and 

Dirk and other, children, not named. Land in Dorset, 
N. H., and in Kinderhook. Executors John Legget, 
Marte van Alstyne, Lowrence Hoogeboom and Tobyas 
Legget. Witnesses Johannis D. Vosburgh, Cathrine 
van Schaack and David van Schaack. 



1881 0^99) 

X769 

Mayx3 

Aug. a4 



van der BURCH, Richard, of Poughkeepsie 

Prect., Dutchess Co., blacksmith. Wife Mary, children 
Jacob, Leanah, wife of Thomas Pooley, Sarah, wife of 
Thomas Frcar, and Mary. " My estate." Executors the 
wife, bro. John van der Burgh and son-in-law Thomas 
Pooley. Witnesses William van der Burgh, John Koap- 
man, wheelwright, and Maurice Smith, cordwainer. 



i88a (V 100) 

X769 
NoTbr. 6 

1772 
Febrj. zo 



van WACENEN, Nicholas, of Charlotte Prect., 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Hester, da. of Jan de Graff 
dec'd, sons Evert, John, Nicholas, Gerret, daughters Helle- 
gontie, wife of Johannis Bush, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph 
Hagaman, Sarah, wife of Johannis van Enden, and Jan- 
neke. Brother Gerret van Wagenen mentioned. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, the four sons 
and the three sons-in-law. Witnesses Enoch Lester, 
Samuel Cooke, of Dutchess Co., physician, and Hendrick 
Pele. 



1883 (V loi) 

1769 
March 30 

X770 
March 7 



van ALEN, Jacobus, of Claverack, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Johannis, son of dec'd bro. Adam, Johannis E. 
and Abraham E., Lourens E., Jacobus E., Dirck, Adam 
and Maria, children of dec'd bro. Evert and wife Margrieta, 
Mayeke Witbcck, da. of Peter Koeyeman. Land at 
Richmond, Berkshire Co., Mass., and at Clavarack, per- 



426 



i 

Calendar of Wills. 



sonal estate. Executors nephew Johannis E., Abraham 
E. and Lourens E. van Alen. Witnesses Lourens L. van 
Alen, Margrieta van Alen and Cornelius van Dyck. 



1884 (V 102) 

1769 
Septbr. 27 

X778 

Julys 



van VLIET, Aury, of Poghkeepsie Prect., Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Janatje, sons Garret, Petrus, Tunis, 
Frederick, da. Nelly, wife of Isaac van Bunschoten, grand- 
children, Janatje, Sarah and Aury Low, children of 
Petrus Low. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Garret, Petrus and Tunis. Witnesses Barnados Swartwout, 
Mindert Swartwout, yeomen, and Richard Snedeker. 



Z885 (V Z03) 

1769 

April — 

1785 
NoTbr. 22 



z886 (V Z04) 

1769 

Aug. 30 

Jn2r 16 



VISSCHER, Barent, of Albany City, Indian 
trader. Wife Sarah, daughters Anna and Sarah. Real 
and personal estate. Executors stepfather Johs. Roor- 
bach and bro.-in-law Bastiaen H. Visscher. Witnesses 
Staats van Santvoord of Half Moon Distr, Albany Co., 
blacksmith, James Dole and Anna Schuyler. 

van RENSSELAER, Stephen, esquire, proprie- 
tor of the Manor of Rensselaerswyck, Albany Co. Wife 
Catherine, sons Stephen, Philipp, da. Elizabeth, sister 
Elizabeth, wife of Abraham ten Broeck, esquire, aunts 
Gertruyd Livingston and Ann Schuyler, kinsman John 
van Rensselaer. The Manor, land in Walomscock Patent, 
personal estate. Executors the wife, father-in-law Philipp 
Livingston, bro.-in-law Abraham ten Broeck, John ten 
Eyck of Albany esquire and Gerard us Groesbeck. Wit- 
nesses Philipp Schuyler, Lucas van Veghten and Peter 
Silvester, attorney-at-law. Codicil of Septbr. 7, 1769, 
makes unimportant changes and is witnessed by Thomas 
Hun, John ten Broeck and Rutger Bleecker. 



X887 (V 105) 

1770 

Febry. 7 

Aug. 13 



van der HEYDEN, David, of Albany City, mer- 
chant. Wife Geertruy, sons Dirck, David, Jacob, daugh- 
ters Alida, wife of Rev. Barent Vrooman, Rachel, wife 
of Doctor Samuel Stringer. Real and personal estate. 



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427 



1888 (V 106) 

1770 

March 9 

May 16 

Dutch 



Executors the wife and son-in-law Samuel Stringer. 
Witnesses Ino. N. Bleecker, Robert Yates of said City, 
attorney-at-law, and Jacob Lansing, gentleman. 

van STEENBERCEN, Abraham, of Kings- 
ton, Ulster Co. Wife Marytie, children Tobias, Wil- 
helmus, Mattheus, Abraham, Dirck, Catharine, Arjaente, 
Marytie, wife of James Eltinge, and Sarah. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons Tobias, Wilhelmus and 
Mattheus. Witnesses Tobias van Steenbergh, barber, 
Jacob M. Groen, saddler, and Willem Eltinge, mer- 
chant, all of Kingston. 



Z889 (V X07) 

X77X 

March xa 

Ang.s 



van der HEYDEN, Johannis, of Albany City. 

Children John, Mary, Rachel and Jane. Real and per- 
sonal estate (a large Dutch bible). Executors da. Jane, 
Harme Gansevoort, Volckert Douw and Garret van Sante. 
Witnesses Marten Mynderse, blacksmith, Peter Walderen, 
bricklayer, and John Bay, schoolmaster, all of Albany 
City. 



x890(Vxo8) 

X77X 
April a 

177a 
Septbr. 33 



van CEYSELINC, Myndert, of Schonectady, 

Albany Co., farmer. Wife Suster, sons Elias, Jacob, Cor- 
nells, Pieter, daughters Catarien, wife of Samuel Ar. 
Bradt, Debora, wife of Issaac S. Swits, Jacomintje, wife 
of Arent Schermerhoorn. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors sons Elias, Jacob and Pieter. Witnesses John 
Sanders, John Hall, cooper, and John J. Peeck, tailor, all 
of Schonectady. 



189X (V X09) 

Decbr. 3 

X77a 
Jany. 9 



VALENTINE, Jacob, senior, of Orange Town, 
Orange Co. Wife Margaret, children of dec'd son Hen- 
drick, vizt. Jacob, John, Alexander, Peter and Margaret, 
sons Jacob and Johan Matthias, nephew John Briant. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Martin Poulus and 
Peter S. de Marest. Witnesses Jan Nagel (?), Barent 
Nagel and John Haring of said Co., yeoman. 



428 Calendar of Wills. 



i89a(yiio) van KLEECK, Elizabeth, of Rumbout Prect., 

Octbr. 8 Dutchess Co., widow. Children Barent, Baltus, Maria, 
May% ^*^^ °^ John Freer, Nceltje, wife of Peter Fielen, Eliza- 
beth, wife of John Laroy, and Antonetta, wife of Jacob 
Becker. Real and personal estate. Executor son-in-law 
John Freer. Witnesses John Robinson and Jacobes 
Frear, of Poghkeepsie Prect, yeoman. 



"^ItJL"'^ van DEUSEN, Tobias, son of Robert, of Clav- 

Jany. 15 erack, Albany Co., yeoman. Children Robert, Johannis, 

Jai^. 18 Tobias, Heyltye, Ariantje and Mary. Real and personal 

property. Executors the three sons. Witnesses Robert 

van Deusen, Jacob Carrie (dead at date of proof) and 

David Brouwer of Claverack District, farmer. 



»«^(Vxx2) VERVELEY, Hester, of Rumbout Prect., Dutch. 
Febrv. 6 ess Co., widow. Children Gideon, Moses, John, Daniel, 
April^3o Jeremiah, Elizabeth and Hannah. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Moses de Graff, Jacobus de Graff and 
Zephaniah Piatt. Witnesses Matthias Cook, John 
Rugur and Zephaniah Piatt of Poughkeepsie Prect., 
esquire. 

i895(Vxx3) van WOERDT, Ariantje, widow of Peter, of 
Aug, 26 Rensselaerswyck Colony. Nephew Cornelius, son of 
^776 bro. Nicholas ?, Nicholas, son of bro. Johannis?, nieces 

Catharina, Rachel, Santie, Antie and Maria, daughters of 
sister Anna, grand niece Annatje, da. of Ariaentie, da. of 
sister Anna, nephew Peter, son of bro. Petrus, Santie, da. 
of bro. Johannis, Nicholas, son of bro. Cornelius, Santie, 
da. of bro. Cornelius, Antie, da. of sister Lanneke, Mary- 
tie and Alida, daughters of sister Sarah. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors Cornelius C. van den Bergh 
and Nicholas Jobs, van den Bergh. Witnesses Johannes 
Yates jun., tailor, and Abrm. Hooghkirk, brickmaker, 
both of Albany City. 



Calendar of Wills. 



429 



1196 (V 114) 

Octbr. 3 

1782 

Scptbr. 17 



van DUESEN, Martin, of Pawlings Pr«ct.» 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Sons Robert, Mellegert, who 
has sons Martin and Hcnderick, John. Real and personal 
property. Executors son John and son-in-law Abraham 
van Duesen. Witnesses Jacob van Duesen of said Prect., 
yeoman, Carolina Rose and David Rose. 



1897 (V1Z5) 
Notdt. 30 



van HORNE, Cornelius, son of Garret, late of 

N. Y. City, merchant, dec*d, of Richmond Town, Rich- 
mond Co. Bro. Garret van Home, sisters Joanna, Ann, 
Alada and Mary van Home. Real and personal estate. 
Executors uncles Augustus van Home and Joseph Read 
with bro. Garret, when of age. Witnesses Joseph Lester, 
Matus Sweme (Sweem) of said Co., farmer, and Hannah 
Swaim. Copy. 



1898 (V 1x6) 

Tone 
jmy 14 



van AKEN, Cedion, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Children Peter, Johannis, Abraham, Benjamin, Gideon, 
Catharina, wife of Abraham van Vliet, and Maria, wife of 
Conrad Wist. Real and personal estate. Executors 
sons Johannis, Abraham and Benjamin. Witnesses 
Francis Heyler, Jan van Aken of Kingston, famier, and 
Petrus van Aken, of Dutchess Co., farmer. 



1899 (V 117) 

1775 
Jane 17 

Septbr. 7 



van BENTHUYSEN, Peter, junior, of Ryne- 

beek, Dutchess Co., gentleman. Children of bro. Bomt 
van Benthuysen, vizt. Jacob, Mary, Bornt and Kethurah. 
Fast and moveable estate. Executor cousin Jacob van 
Benthuysen. Witnesses Patt Hogan of said Co., school- 
master, Johannis Luyck and Petrus Cool. 



1900 (V 118) 

Octbr. I 
178a 



van WYCK, Theodorus, of Rumbout Prect., 

Dutchess Co. Wife Janiche, sons Wilh'am, Theodorus, 
son of dec*d da. Margaret, vizt : Albert Andriance, chil- 
dren of dec*d da. Latetia, vizt: Theodorus, Cataline, 
Ram, Isaac and John, children of dec*d da. Elizabeth, 



430 Calendar of Wills. 



vizt: John Graham, Elizabeth, Chancey, Abigail, Theo- 
dorus van Wyck, Stephen Curtis, Zephaniah Piatt and 
Sarah; da. Mary, wife of Zephaniah Piatt. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons William and Theodorus, 
sons-in-law Isaac Andriance, John Baylie and Zephaniah 
Piatt. Witnesses John van Nostrand, of Brooklyn, 
Kings Co., grocer, Benjamin Hasbrook, Abraham Gar- 
rison. Codicil of April 23, 1776, makes an unimportant 
change and is witnessed by John Bedels of said Precinct, 
yeoman, John van Nostrand and Abraham Garrison. 



x90x(Vii9) van SCHAACK, Cornelis, of Kinderhook, 
X77S 
July 31 Albany Co., esquire. Wife Lydia, sons Henry, Cornelis, 

p*7^ 8 David and Peter, daughters Margaret, wife of Lowrens 
L. van Alen, and Jane, wife of Peter Silvester, grand- 
children Isaac van Vleck, Margaret van Vleck and Lydia 
van Schaack van Vleck, children of dec'd da. Lydia and 
husband Isaac van Vleck. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Laurens L. van Alen, Peter Silvester and 
Colonel Peter Vosburgh. Witnesses John Pruin of 
Kinderhook, blacksmith, Chrystina Pruin and Caty 
Prune. 



i9oa(Vxao) van WYCK, Theodorus, of N. Y. City, mer- 

Jn^x9 chant. Wife Helena, sons Abraham, David, daughters 
Febrr^x? Helena Bogart, Catharine, wife of Rev. John Mason, 

Margaret and Anna-Mary. Land in Monckton Town- 
ship, Albany Co., in Meklenburgh Township, same Co., 
house and two lots at Hackensack, Bergen Co., N. J., 
personal property (a large Dutch bible, a large silver 
salver or waiter, a present frbm Samuel Schuyler, William 
Lupon and Cornelius Switts, plate). Executors the wife, 
son Abraham, da. Helena Bogart and son-in-law John 
Mason. Witnesses Archibald Laidlie, Mathias Ernest 
and John Oothout. Proved at Bernards Town, N. J. 
Copy. 



Calendar of Wills. 



431 



1903 (VX2X) 

178S 
March 5 



van BUNSCHOTEN, Teunis, of Rhynbeek 

Prect., Dutchess Co., yeoman. Wife Elsje, sons Solo- 
mon, Egenas, Egbert, Harmanis, Jacobus and John, 
daughters Catharine, wife of Christian Bergh jun., Mary, 
wife of Stephanis Freh'gh, Neeltje, wife of Johannes P. 
Schryver, Elsje, Eh'zabeth and Annatje. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the wife with sons Solomon and 
Egenas. Witnesses Peter D. Witt, Johan Fetter Froelich 
and Zacharias Weydman. 



X904 (V 122) 

X777 
Joly 19 

X78X 
Mayx 



van den BOCERT, Margriet, of Schonectady, 

widow. Grandson Frans, son of son Claas van den 
Bogert, da. Lena, wife of Richard Collins of Schonectady, 
children of son Harmanus van den Bogert, grandchildren 
Margriet and others not named, children of dec'd da. 
Agnitie Nixon, da. Sufiia Voorhis, children of Cathrine 
Calvin, Marite Morrison. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Abraham Fonda and Takenas van den Bogert. 
Witnesses Alexander Vedder, Benjn. Young and Caleb 
Beck, merchant. 



1905 (V 123) 
April 2$ 



X778 
▼br. 



NoTDf. 25 



Van ETTEN, Anthony, of Goshen Prect, Orange 
Co. Wife Annatje, children Levi, Henericus, Thomas, 
Jacob, Antje, Jannekie, Margaret, Alida, Blandina and 
Marie. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, 
son Levi and bro.-in.law Jacob de Witt Gumaer. Wit- 
nesses Yohannes Decker jun., Samuel Davis and Thomas 
Kyte, of Ulster Co., schoolmaster. 



X906 (V X24) 

X777 
May X9 

X784 

Septbr. 2 



ver PLANCK, Philipp, of Rumbouts Prect.» 
Dutchess Co., gentleman, only surviving son of Philipp 
ver Planck of van Cortlandt Manor, Westchester Co., 
dec'd. Daughters Catherine, Gertruyd, Margaret and 
Anna Maria, sons Philipp and William Beekman. Brother 
John dec'd mentioned. Front lot No. 2 in van Cortlandt 
Manor, land there over against Haverstraw, called 



432 Calendar of Wills. 



Managh, or Verplanck's Point, homefarm, personal 
estate. Executors Pierre van Cortlandt of the Manor, 
Philipp Schuyler of Albany City esqre., Samuel ver 
Planck of N. Y. City csqre., bro.-in-law Gerard G. Beek- 
man of N. Y. City, merchant, bro.-in-law David Beekman 
of the Island of St. Croix, merchant, and John Cook of 
Rombouts Prect., esqre. Witnesses John Honson jun., 
Albert Monfoort and Jon. D. Crimsheir of N. Y. City, 
attorney-at-law. 

'war^"S) van BENTHUYSEN, Marya, widow of Jan, of 

May 4 Rhinebeek, Dutchess Co. Nephews Johnbotist, son of 
DecLr 28 ^^^' ^^^'^^ ^'P> Doctor Isaac and Abraham, sons of bro. 
Isaac Kip, Johannis, sons of bro. Johannis Kip, and 
Thomas, son of sister Rachel Lewis. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Johnbotist Kip, Dr. Isaac Kip jun. 
and Abraham Kip jun. Witnesses Henry King, Ever- 
hard Rynders, of said Co., yeoman, and John Christopher 
Dorn. 



i9o8(Vi25K) van BENTHUYSEN, Jacob, of Rhynbeck 

Apni 6 Prect., Dutchess Co., farmer. John, son of Jacob van 
I *78x Benthuysen dec'd, " who now lives with me," sole heir. 

Homefarm, personal property (one silver tankard, a do. 
teapot, four do. salt cellars, six do. tablespoons, one do. 
sugar dish, one do milkpot, mahogany furniture). Exec- 
utors mother Maria v. B., uncle Peter v. B. and Stephen 
Wynants. Witnesses Thoomes Luwis (Lewis) of said 
Prect., brewer, Johannes Kip jun., farmer, and Everhart 
Rynders. 

«909(V xa6) yan HOESEN, Cathariena, of Claverack, Albany 

May 6 Co., spinster. Godchild Cathariena, da. of Stephen van 

Au^ 17 Alen, Engeltije, da. of Casparus Huyck. Personal estate 

(six silver table spoons). Executor Casper Huyck. 

Witnesses Matthias Goes, John Jur. van Hoesen and 

David Browen 



Calendar of Wills. 



433 



i9io(Via7) 

1780 
Octbr. — 

Janj. 18 



VOSBURCH, John D., of Kinderhook. Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Cornelia, sons Samuel and Dirck, da. 
Alida, an expected child. Real and personal estate (a 
large English bible). Executors the wife, bro. Evert 
Vosburgh and brothers-in-law Cornelius Hogeboom and 
Johannes Goes jun. Witnesses Peter A. Vosburgh, 
weaver. Mica Mudge, farmer, both of said Co. and Seth 
Rowlee. 



i9iz(Vi28) 

178X 
March 13 
Decbr. 29 



19 12 (V 129) 

X78x 
Octbr. 3X 
Decbr. 27 



van KEUREN, Mattheus, of Poughkeepsie 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Saletija, sons Tjerck, Corne- 
lius, Abraham, Benjamin and Mattheus, da. Mary Law- 
son, heirs of dec'd eldest da. Margaret Lawson. '* Worldly 
estate.*' Executor son Mattheus. Witnesses Cornelious 
Brewer and Thomas Dearing of said Co., yeomen. 

van TASSEL, William, of Philipps Prect. Dutch- 
ess Co., farmer. Wife , and adopted son Isaac van 

Tassel. Real and personal estate. Executors Joseph 
Bard, John Lickly and Ester van Tassel. Witnesses 
Philipp Steenback and Isaac Odle, both of said Prect.» 
farmers. 



1913 (V Z30) 

Z78X 
Septbr. 14 

X783 
March 10 



19x4 (V 131) 
X78X 
Aug. x8 

Z782 
April 3 



van LOON, Mathya, of Loonenburgh, Albany Co. 
Wife Annatje, son John, daughters Mary, Ida, Christina 
and Catherine. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, son John and friend Jacob van Loon. Wit- 
nesses Henry Knoll, Coenradt Haake and William Adams 
of said Co., farmers. 

van SCHAICK, Anthony, of the Island of Ca- 

hoes, Albany Co. Wife Christina, da. Anna, who has 
second son Anthony van Schaick. Cahoes or van Schaick, 
Haver and Platte Plate Islands, personal property. Ex- 
ecutors the wife and son-in-law John G. van Schaick. 
Witnesses John van Vleck, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
Co., blacksmith, Samuel van Vleck and Abraham van 
Vleck. Seal. 



434 



Calendar of Wills. 



1915 (V 133) 

1781 

NoTbr. 8 

1783 
NoTbr. 6 



van ANTWERP, Wilhelmus, of Canistagauna 
(Niskayuna), Albany Co. Wife Hility, Daniel G. van 
Antwerp, Marritje Groot, wife of Isaac van Vranka, Gar- 
ret van Antwerp and sisters children. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and friends Daniel G. van 
Antwerp and James van Vranka. Witnesses Cornells 
Groot of said Co., farmer, Dirick C. Groodt and Cornelius 
Groot. 



19x6 (V X33) 

1782 

May 14 

1787 
Jany. 24 



van der VALCEN, CorneliSi of Schonectady, 

Albany Co. Wife Rebecca, daughters Susanna and 
Elisabeth, son Lourance: bro.-in-law Johannes Fort to 
be supported. Real and personal estate. Executors 
brothers Claas and Petrus van der Volgen and Dirck van 
Ingen. Witnesses Henry Glen, esquire, Phineas Leach 
and Abraham A. Yates. 



1917 (V X34) 

X78a 
Noybr. 25 

X784 
Decbr. 



2X 



van ALENi John, of Claverack Landing, Albany 
Co. Wife Catherine, children Adam, Elbertie and 
Tryntje. Real and personal estate. The wife sole ex- 
ecutrix. Witnesses Jacob F. van Hoesen of Claverack, 
yeoman, Justus H. v. Hoesen, merchant, and James 
Barker of Coxhacky, esquire. 



19x8 (Vx35) 

X782 

Marcb7 

X783 
Marcb X9 



VIELE, Cornells, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons Petrus, Cornelius, Johannes, daughters 
Christina, wife of Tjerck van Vliet, Annatje, wife of 
Petrus van Wagenen, Elizabeth, wife of Abraham Voss- 
burgh, and Marritje. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors sons Johannis and Cornelius with son-in-law Abraham 
Vossburgh. Witnesses David de Lamettre jun., farmer, 
John van Steenbergh, silversmith, both of Kingston, and 
Christopher Tappen. 



19x9 (V X36) 

X782 
Decbr. 16 

X783 
Octbr, a 



van 8CHAICK, Wessel, of Albany City, mer- 
chant. Wife Mary, sons John G. and Gerrit W., daugh- 
ters Mary van Schaick, Catharine, wife of Peter 



Calendar of Wills. 435 



Gansevoort, esquire. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife, da. Mary, the two sons and the son-in-law. 
Witnesses Jacob van Schaick, Abraham Eights of said 
City, sailmaker, and Robert Yates. 

»^J(Vi37) VAIL, Benjamin, of Goshen Precinct, Orange Co. 

Jniy 13 Children William, John, Mary, Pain, Benjamin, Lidia, 

NoT^ 8 grandson Alsop, son of Benjamin, Lidia, da. of son John. 

Real and personal estate. Executors William and John 

Vail. Witnesses William Wickham of said Prect., yeo- 

man, John Garey and William Jackson. 

»^»;^<v«38) van VEOHTEN, Theunis, of Catts Kil, Albany 

Anff. 7 Co., yeoman. Wife Judith, sons Samuel, Jacob, Theunis, 
AprU 20 Abraham, da Elizabeth. Real and personal estate (a 
large Dutch bible and picture of uncle Samuel van Vech- 
ten). Executors the wife and sons. Witnesses Cornelius 
Dubois, Wilhelmus Dedrick and Henry Oothout of Catts 
Kil District, esquire. 

x9M(Vx39) van VALKENBURCH, Lambert, of Coxhacky 

June Z3 Distr., Albany Co., yeoman. Wife Catherine, sons Ja- 

cobus, Dirck and Abraham, daughters Helena, Christina 

and Elizabeth. Real and personal property. Executors 
son Jacobus, Samuel van Vechten and Henry Oothoudt, 
all of said District. Witnesses John Demarest, John 
Shuneman jun., and Caty Demarest. 



Jnlj 18 
Octbr. 17 



xpaaOTMo) van KLEECK, Leonard, of Poghkeepsie Prect, 
nij 18 Dutchess Co., esqre. Wife Janetje, da. of Hannah ten 
Bruck, children Lawrence, Leonard, Sarah and Gertrude, 
grandchildren John and Annatje van Kleeck. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, John Davis, John 
Cooke, Myndert van Kleeck and John P. van Kleeck. 
Witnesses Teunis Tappen, Peter B. van Kleeck, Robert 
Noxon and Richard Snedeker. Copy. 



436 



Calendar of Wills. 



1934 (Vz4z) 

Octbr. 3 

1784 
Majzo 



X9«5 (V X42) 

1783 

April 39 

1784 
Janj. 13 



van BUR EN, Maas, of the East District of Rens- 
selaerswyck Manor, Albany Co., gentleman. Wife Cat- 
talina, son Johannis, daughters Itie, Catherine and 
Aaryaentie. Real and personal estate (a silver cup). 
Executors son Johannis and Jochem Staats of Albany. 
Witnesses David McCarty, John H. Beekman and Wil- 
liam Harrison, farmers. Codicil of Octbr. 4, 1783, enu- 
merates furniture, left to the son, and is witnessed by 
Eyche van Buren and David McCarty. 

van BUNSCHOTEN, Elias, of Poughkeepsie 

Prect., Dutchess Co. Wife Jacomyntje, sons Elias, John, 
Teunis, daughters Catherine and Rachel. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors the three sons. Witnesses 
Peter Dubois jun., Jacobus Ostrom of said Co., yeoman, 
and James Elderkin. 



1926 (V 143) 

1783 
Jany. 27 

1784 
Febry. 37 



1937 (V Z44) 

1783 

Maj z 



van VOORHIS, Zacharias, of Rombout Prect., 

Dutchess Co., yeoman. Nephews and nieces: Henry 
and Zacharia, sons of bro. Coart, John, son of bro. John 
dec*d, Jacob, John, sons, and Kathrine and Jane, daugh- 
ters of Bro. Jacob dec'd, sisters Garachey Brinckerhofl. 
Real and personal property. Executors nephews Henry, 
Jacob and John (son of John) van Voorhis. Witnesses 
Daniel ter Bos, Peter Bogardus and Isaac I. Sebring, 
yeomen. 

Ver PLANCK, Isaac, of Hacketock, Albany Co., 
cordwinder. Leonard, John and Thomas, sons of John 
L. Witbeck, of Hacketock. Land near City Hall, N. Y., 
on the Schepe Wey, personal property. Executor cousin 
John Leonard Witbeck. Witnesses Isaac D. ver Planck, 
David Houghtaling and Jacobus Bleecker. 



1938 (Vx4S) 

1784 
Octbr. 6 

1785 
Anjjj^. 13 



VEDDER, John, of Schonectady. Albany Co., 
gentleman. Andries van Petten, Geertruy Robinson, 
wife of John Robison, Annatie Cuyler, Harmanis Cuyler, 
John Ja. Peck, Jacobus Harmanus Peck, Margaritha, da. 



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437 



of Harme van Slyck dec'd, Harms. Pietersen, Annatie 
Meldrum, Arientie, wife of Niclaus van Petten, Margaret, 
wife of James Shuter, Anthony van Slyck, Harmanis 
Bradt, Albert S. Vedder. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Andries van Petten and Albert S. Vedder. 
Witnesses Francina van Ingen, Betsey van Ingen and 
Dirck van Ingen. 



1939 (V 146) 

March 8 
March 23 



ver PLANCK, Abraham, of Rensselaerswyck 
Colony, mariner. Wife Helena, daughter Ariantie, chil- 
dren of bro. William ver Planck. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, bro. William v. P., Peter 
Dox and Jellis Winne. Witnesses John van Sante, Jac. 
Winney and R. Bleecker of Albany City, merchant. 



1930 (V 147) 

178S 

June I 

1786 

April 9 



VIELE, Myndert, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 
Co., farmer. Sons Barent, Peter, Baltus, daughters Jo- 
hanna, Rebecca, Helena, Neeltje and Jannetje. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons Barent and Baltus with 
son-in-law Abraham A. Losee. Witnesses James Emott, 
Peter Tappen of said Co., esquire, and Gilbert Livingston. 



1931 (V 148) 

1785 
Jnne 30 

Z786 
Janj. 28 



van PETTEN, Arent N., of Schenectady. Chil- 
dren Nicolas, John, Marya and Janetie. " My estate " 
(blacksmiths tools and utensils). Executors Abraham 
Oothout and Michel Tyme. Witnesses John Js. Wemple, 
Neicolaes van Petten, yeoman, and Adam Ecker. 



193a (VM9) 
Z786 

Octbr. IX 

Novbr. 16 



van der COOK, Michael, of Cooksborough, 

Schaticoke District, Albany Co. Wife Sarah, sons 
Michael, Simon and Hendrick, da. Sarah and apparently 
other children. Farms, tenanted by Elisha Arnold, 
Morris Merrel and Jacob Stover, all at Cooksborough, 
personal estate. Executors the three *' eldest " sons 
above named. Witnesses Peter van Aulen, Elisha Ar- 
nold and Manuel van Allen of Schachtecock Piatricti 
yeomen. 



438 



Calendar of Wills. 



X933 (V ISO) 
March 17 



1934 (V 151) 
1798 

June 13 

1800 

March 14 



1935 (V 152) 

1798 

July 7 



X936 (V 153) 

z8oo 
Auff. 16 

1801 
Febry. 18 



1937 (V 154) 
180X 



ti 



any. 11 
ay 18 



van VORST, Cornelius, of New Barbadoes Prect., 
Bergen Co., N. J. Children Ary, Garrit, Anne. House 
on Chappie Str., N. Y. City, do. in Read Str., personal 
property. Executors the three children. Witnesses 
Caspauras van Iderstine, Henry P. Kip and Henry Berry. 

van ALEN, Abraham, of Kinderhook Landing, 
Columbia Co., yeoman. Wife Cathrine, children Ally, 
Catelina, Lanchey, Margaret, Sally and Catherine, grand- 
son Adam Hogeboom. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, Bartholemew I. van Valkenburgh and 
Abraham Vosburgh. Witnesses David van Ness jun. and 
John Lovett. 

van COURTLANDT, Philipp, of Second River, 
Essex Co., N. J., gentleman. Sister Johanna, James, son 
of late nephew John van Courtlandt, nephew Stephen 
van Courtlandt, Philipp Jacob Prince, nieces Elizabeth 
and Gertruyd, surviving daughters of dec'd bro. John v. C. 
Real estate at Second River, on New Barbadoes Neck 
and in Cortlandt Manor, N. Y., personal property. Ex- 
ecutors nephew Stephen v. Courtlandt, General Philipp 
van Courtlandt and Pierre van Courtlandt jun., both of 
the Manor. Witnesses Benj. Helme, Thomas Post and 
Abr. ? . Copy. 

VIELEy LodewiCUSy of Saratoga, Saratoga Co., 
yeoman. Wife Eavau, sons Jacob, Simon, Abraham, 
Jesse, Stephen, Charles John and Lodewicus, da. Hisse. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife with sons 
Jacob and Simon. Witnesses Abraham Viele, Jacob S. 
Viele and John A. Viele. 

van HORNEy David. Wife Sarah, da. Augusta. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and father- 
in-law Christopher Miller. Witnesses Abm. A. Lansingh, 
Theodorus V. W. Graham, Enoch Leonard and Ab. van 
Vechten. . 



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439 



I93« (V 155) 

X760 

March 6 



1939 (V 156) 



X940 (V 157) 

1833 

Jane 29 

19AI 

2784 

Septbr. 7 

IT l^^5 
Febry. 23 



19JL2 

Z78Z 
Febry. 17 

X783 
Febry. z8 



X943 

Decbr. 3 

X785 
Febry. 5 



van CORTLANDT, Eva, formerly the wife of 
Jacobus V. C. of N. Y. City, merchant, letters of adminis- 
tration on the estate of, granted to Abraham de Peyster, 
esqre., John Chambers, esqre., both of N. Y. City and 
Peter Jay of Westchester, esquire. 

Fourteen Lines of the intended will of Stephen van 
CORTLANDT of N. Y. City, esquire. 

van RENSSELAER, John, receipt of Philipp 

Viele, Surrogate at Troy, for the will of. 

VARICK, Ann, of Second River, Essex Co., N. J. 
Mary Joralemon, wife of Teunis Joralemon, son Gilliam 
Varick of New York, da. Mary. Personal property. 
Witnesses David Demaree and Anna Davaul. Proved In 
N.J. and Teunis Joralemon with wife appointed adminis- 
trators. Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. 25. 

van VARICK, Effee, of N.Y. City, widow. Daugh- 
ters Effee, wife of John B. Stout of N. Y. City, baker, 
Dinah, wife of Thomas Periam of said City, mariner, 
children of dec'd son James. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the two sons-in-law Stout and Periam and 
nephew John Walter, house carpenter. Witnesses Jacob 
Durye, Andrew Ricker and Peter Thompson of N. Y. 
City, bricklayer. Recorded ut supra, p. 147. 

van VLECK, Henry, late of N. Y. City, but now 
of Bethlehem, Northampton Co., Penna., merchant. Wife 
Elizabeth, sons Isaac, of Philadelphia, merchant, Jacob, 
of Bethlehem, clerk, Henry, of Lititz Village, Lancaster 
Co., Penna., hatter, who has wife Elizabeth, daughter 
Mary, wife of Emanuel Nitschman of Bethlehem, da.-in- 
law Elizabeth, widow of eldest son Abraham, who has 
children Lawrence, Henry, Judith and Maria Elizabeth. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the three sons with 
Thomas Bartow of Philadelphia, merchant, and James H. 
Kip of N. Y. City, merchant. Witnesses Andreas Wil- 



440 



Calendar of Wills. 



«M4 
Septbr. Z9 

July IS 



X94S 
1793 

Decbr. 19 

1796 

Febry. 9 

Dutch 



Z946 

Decbr. 4 

z8oo 
Febry. 5 



X947 
1803 

June 33 

z8iz 

NoTbr. 7 



helm Boehler, silversmith, Christn. Rens. Heckeweller, 
merchant, and John Ohely, gent., all of Bethlehem. 
Proved in Pennsylvania. Recorded ut supra, p. 167. 

van VARICK, Richard, of N. Y. City, baker. 

Friends Abraham Varick, merchant, and Richard Varick, 
attorney-at-law, both of N. Y. City heirs and executors of 
real and personal estate in N. Y. and N. J. Witnesses 
Abraham Duryee, Gabriel Furman, Isaac van Hook and 
Abrm. Walton. Recorded ut supra, p. 424. 

van LENNEP, Aarnoud David, of Amsterdam, 

now of N. Y. City. Sons-in-law Jan Willink and Jan 
Pieter van Wickervoort Crommelin executors of personal 
estate in England, France and U. S. Witnesses Jan Frc- 
lich and Jan Angerman. Recorded ut supra, p. 534, from 
a copy made at Amsterdam by Notary Petrus Cornelis 
Nahuys, June 12, 1795. 

van INCEN, William, of Albany City. Wife 
Elizabeth, son Henry Glen, nephews James and Dirck van 
Ingon Mercer, sons of sister Elizabeth, wife of Alexander 
Mercer. "Worldly estate." Executors brothers James 
and Abraham van Ingen. Witnesses Sebastian Visscher, 
John T. Spalding and Wm. Caldwell. Codicil of Jany. 9, 
1800, adds bro.-in-law Cornelius Glen and youngest child 
of sister Betsey to legatees. Witnesses Elizabeth Glen, 
Aaron H. Bradt and Geltey Robeson. Recorded ut 
supra. Vol. H., 222. 

VUSBURCH, Isaac, of Watervliet, Albany Co. 
Children Abraham, Jacob, John, Hannah, wife of James 
Cornelia (?), Elisabeth, wife of Cornelius Letcher, Ger- 
trude, wife of Philipp Wendell, Margaret, wife of Garret 
van Benthusen, William, heirs of dec'd da. Catherine. 
Real and personal property. No executor named. Wit- 
nesses John Liswell, Levinus L. Winne and Jacob L. 
Winne. Recorded ut supra, p. 299. 



Calendar of Wills. 441 



JIJJ van SLYCK, Jesse, of Schenectady City, Chil- 

Mayao dren Peter, Elizabeth, Simon J., Hellen, Martin, grand- 
^ '' children Jesse C. van Slyck, Jemima, da. of son Abraham, 

Jesse van Pettan, Jesse M., son and Jemima, da. of son 
Martin I. Real and personal estate. Executors son 
Martin van Slyck, Daniel J. Toll and John Yates. Wit- 
nesses Danl. J. Toll, Ahasverus Merselis and John J. Neff. 
Codicil of May 22, 18 15, changes bequest to son Martin 
to that son's wife Margaret. Witnesses Aaron I. Stevens, 
Frederic P. Clute and Richard Clute. Recorded ut supra, 
p. 328. 

\^9 van HUYSEN, John, late a Dragoon In Colonel 

May 6 Lee's Regiment of Light Horse, letters of administration 

on the estate of, granted to his bro. Hermanns van 

Huysen, of N. Y. City, grocer. Recorded ut supra, Vol. 

HL, p. 131. 

Ills VISSCHER, Manning H., of Waterford, Sara- 

Septbr. 31 toga Co. Wife Alida, da. Rachel, wife of John Knicker- 
Feb^i? backer jun., who has son Nanning Visscher Knickerbacker, 

wife's nephew Alexander Fonda, friend Francis Drake of 
Waterford. Real estate in Albany City, at Watervliet, 
Albany Co. and at Waterford, personal property. Exec- 
utors the wife, the son-in-law and Francis Drake. Wit- 
nesses John Haswell, Saml. D. Lockwood and Ino. 
Stewart. Recorded ut supra. Vol. IV., p. 49. 

\^^ van ORDEN, John, of Great Imboght, Town of 

May 31 Catskil, Greene Co., yeoman. Children Benjamin, Peter, 
Janyfa John, Trintje, wife of Benjamin Post, Sally, wife of 
Samuel van Vechten. Brothers Ignatius and William 
van Orden mentioned. Homefarm, land at Uky Hook, 
do. in Town of Windham and on the Mohawk River in 
Glen Patent, personal estate. Executors the three sons 
and two sons-in-law. Witnesses Abrm. Salisbury jun., 
Polly Person (at date of proof wife of Frederick Rock- 
feller) and James Tattersall. Recorded ut supra, p. 6i. 



442 



Calendar of Wills. 



1953 

OctiSr. 6 

1815 

Aug. z8 



1953 
1025 

Julyjx 
Dutch 



im 



Septbr. — 
Dutch 



Z955 
1642 

March 8 
Dutch 



Z603 
Septbr. 7 

Dutch 



z6o3 



NoTbr. 22 
Dutch 



van WOERT, Henry, of Albany City. Wife 

Catherine, children Elizabeth, Henry, William and Cath- 
erine. Real and personal estate. Executors bro.-in-law 
Abraham Eights and Gerrit W. van Schaick. Witnesses 
James la Grange, John I. Wendell and John W. Yates. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 85. 

van NES, Cornelis Hendricksen and wife May- 

gen, of the Havendyck, Vianen. The survivor heir of 
real and personal estate. Witnesses Gysbert Barentsen, 
Luycas Joriensen and Rudolph van Suylen van den 
Natewis of Vianen, Notary Public. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, I., p. 425. 

van den BOOCAERT, Harman Meyender- 

seni of New Amsterdam, surgeon, about to sail for the 
West Indies, leaves personal property to Jellisse Claes, 
daughter of Sirickse. Witnesses Ulrich Lupolt and Oloff 
Stevensen (van Cortlandt). N. Y. Col. MSS., I., p. 44. 

van NORDEN, Barent Dircksen, of Manhat- 

ans Island, and wife Lysbet. The survivor, niece Fem- 
metje Alberts, wife of Hendrick Westercamp. Real and 
personal property. Witnesses Maurits Jansen, Oloff 
Stevensen (van Cortlandt) and Cornelis van Tienhoven, 
Secretary. N. Y. Col. MSS., II., p. 13. 

van der HEYDEN, Jan Cornelisseni of 

Beverwyck (Albany), free merchant, born at Sevenbergen, 
in Brabant, and wife Aeltie Jansen Wemp, born in Rens- 
selaerswyck Colony, da. of Jan Barentsen Wemp. The 
survivor heir of real and personal property. No executor 
named. Witnesses Henderich Yansen Rooseboom, Aer- 
nout Cornelis Veilen, D, v : Schelluyne, Notary. Albany 
Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 372. 

van VOORHOUT, Cornelis Segersen, of 

Rensselaerswyck Colony, farmer, and wife Brechie (Bri- 
gitta) Jacobsen. Children Cornelis, Lysbet, wife of Sr. 



Calendar of Wills. 



443 



March ai 
Dutch 



Franfois Boon, Jannetie, wife of Jacob Schermerhoom, 
Neeltie, wife of Hans Carelsen, children of dec'd son 
Claes Cornelissen van Voorhout. Real and personal prop- 
erty. No executor named. Witnesses Wouter Albertsen, 
Harmen Thomassen from Amesfoort, D. v. Schelluyne, 
Notary. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, I., p. 395. 

van NESS, Cornells, member of the Council of 
Rensselaerswyck Colony, who is about to marry again, 
secures to the children by his first wife Mayeke Hendricx 
van den Burchgraeff, vizt. Gerritie Cornelis, wife of 
Roeloff Cornelissen, Hendrickie Cornelis, wife of Jan 
Jansen van Oothout, Hendrick, Gerrit, Jan and Grietie 
Cornelis, wife of Pieter Claessen of Amesfoort, L. I., their 
mother's property. Witnesses G. Swartt, Schout of the 
Colony, Cornelis van Schelluyne and Dirck van Schel- 
luyne. Notary. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Records, 
I., p. 421. 



\m 



Ang. 6 

2675-6 

Febry. 13 

Dutch 



van SCHAYCK, Coosen Gerritsen, Commis- 
sary of Albany, and wife Annetje Lievens (married July 
30, 1657). Children by first wife Geertje Brants, vizt. 
Geertje Goosens, wife of Hendrick Caster, 18 yrs. old, now 
in Holland, Sybrant, 15 yrs., Anthony, 13 yrs., children by 
second wife vizt. Gerritie, 11 yrs., Engeltie, 9 yrs., Liv- 
inus, 7 yrs., Cornelis, 5 yrs., Margarytie, 3 yrs., Barent i^ 
yrs. Real and personal property. The survivor executor. 
Witnesses Commissaries (Magistrates) Philipp Pietersen 
Schuyler, Richard van Rensselaer and Notary Dirck van 
Schelluyne. Albany Co. Records, Proceedings of Com- 
missioners or Magistrates, 1676-80, p. 13. 



Z060 
Octbr. 10 



van RENSSELAER, Jeremiah, and wife 

Maria van Cortlandt. Children Kiliaen, 1 1 yrs. old. Hen- 
dricus, 7 yrs., Johannes, 4 yrs., Maria, i year. Real and 
personal estate. Executor the survivor. Albany Co. 
Records, Court Minutes, 1675-84, p. 6. 



444 



Calendar of Wills. 



X96Z 
1676-7 

Jany. 15 



zo6a 

1678 

Norbr. 30 



lf4 

June 4, 5 p.m. 



Dutch 



# 



r8-9 
Febry. 24 

Dutch 



106S 

1679 

NoTbr. zz 

z68z 

Mayzo 

Dutch 



Z066 

z68a 

Septbr. 4 

Dutch 



van CURLAERyAnthoniaSlackboom, widow 

of Arent, letters testamentary on the estate of, granted to 
William Beeckman, senior, of N. Y. City. Albany Co. 
Records, Proceedings of Magistrates, 1676-80, p. 157. 

van RENSSELAER, Nicolaes, letters of ad- 

ministration on the estate of, g^nted to his widow Alida. 
Albany Co. Records, Proceedings of Magistrates, 1676- 
80, p. 395- 

van den UYTHOF, Wouter, of Albany, baker, 
and wife Elisabeth Heyndricx. Children by first hus- 
band Aeltie I^ansingh, Gysbertie Lansingh, Gerrit Lans- 
ingh, Heyndrick Lansingh, Johannes Lansingh and 
Hilletie Lansingh. Real and personal estate. The sur- 
vivor executor. Witnesses G. Swartt, Albert Ryckman 
and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, IL, p. 37. 



van der ZEE, Storm, of New Albany, and wife 
Hilletie Lansinck. Children mentioned, but not by 
name. Real and personal estate. The survivor execu- 
tor. Witnesses Jacob Jansen van Nortstrant, Steeven 
Jansen Coning and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. 
Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, IL, p. 73. 

van SCHAYCK, Cerrit, of Albany, born at Al- 
bany and wife Alida van Slichtenhorst, also born at 
Albany, who at date of proof was daughter-in-law to 
David Schuyler. Children of brothers and sisters. The 
survivor executor of real and personal estate. Witnesses 
Johannes Provoost, Dirck Wessels ten Broeck, magis- 
trate, and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany 
Co. Records, Court Minutes, 1680-5, p. 114. 

van WOGGELOM, Jan Pietersen, of New 

Albany, born at Amsterdam. Wife Styntie Jans, bom at 
Ootmars near Pamars Mills, living on the Kil van Kol, 



Calendar of Wills. 



445 



Staten Island, sole heiress and executrix of real and per- 
sonal estate. Children mentioned, but not by name. 
Witnesses Commissary Cornells van Dyck, Harman van 
Gansevoort and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. 
Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 404. 



April 4 
Dotch 



VROOMAN, Matthys Pietersen, of New Al- 

bany, and wife Maria Aernouts Viele. Daughter Geer- 
truyt. Real and personal estate. Guardians of child 
Jacob Meessen Vrooman and Willem Claessen Groesbeek. 
Executor the survivor. Witnesses G. Swartt, Jan Becker 
and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 484. 



X968 
1084 

Jp'y9 

Dotch 



van LAER, Jacob Cerritsen, of New Albany, 

born in the Manor of Ruynen. Brothers Jan and Eg- 
bert, Gerritsen van Laer, sisters Grietie Gerrits, Albertie 
Gerrits, Juditie Gerrits, Roelofie Gerrits, children of dec'd 
sister Geertie Gerrits, son of dec'd sister Annetie Gerrits, 
to-wit Gerrit Jansen Ruytingh. "Temporal estate." 
Executor Jan van Vynaghen, Elder of the Reformed 
Church, Albany, and Marten Cregier junior. Witnesses 
Gerard Swartt, Gerrit Bancker and Adriaen van Ilpendam. 
Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 494. 



Septbr. X 
Dotch 



van der HOEVE, Cornells, of Albany City. 

Present wife Metie Beeckman, children mentioned, but 
not by name. Real and personal estate. The wife ex- 
ecutrix. Witnesses Paulus Maartensen, Barent Meynder- 
sen and J. Becker, Notary Public. N. B. Testator was 
buried January 10, 1688-9. Albany Co. Records, No- 
tarial Papers, II., p. 568. 



June 17 

1688-9 

Febry. 5 



van der POEL, Anthony Cornelissen, of 

Watervliet, Rensselaer Manor. Wife Catrine Jans Crom, 
daughters Elisabeth, wife of Bennony van Corlaer, Mary, 
wife of Anthony van Schaick, Johanna Anthonisy wife of 



446 



Calendar of Wills. 



Barent Lewis. Real and personal property. The wife 
sole executrix. Witnesses Hend. van Ness, Pr. Loker- 
mans, Robert Livingston, secretary. Albany Co. Records, 
Minutes, 1686-1702, p. 119. 



1072 

Febry. 29 

1703 
April 17 



van der POEL, Wynant, late of Albany City, 

now of New York. Son Malegardt (Melchior) and son- 
in-law William van der Bergh. Real and personal estate. 
Executor Wm. van der Bergh. Witnesses Heyman 
Coninck of N. Y., bricklayer, Peter Bogart and William 
Huddleston of N. Y. City, gentleman. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, L, p. 81. 



Z687 
April 4 

1703 
March 30 

Dutch 



van VECHTEN, Dirk Teunisserii of Katskil, 

Albany Co., farmer. Wife Jannetie Michiels, children 
Jannetie 27 yrs. old, Weyntie, 25 yrs, Michael 23 yrs, 
Neeltie, 22 yrs, Johannis, 20 yrs, Teunis, 18 yrs, Annetie, 
16 yrs, Fytie, 15 yrs, Samuel, 14 yrs, Sara, 12 yrs, and 
Abraham 8 yrs. Guardians of minor children : Marten 
Gerritsen van Bergen, Gerrit Teunissen, Elias Michielsen 
and Enoch Michielsen. The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Gerrit Vislerse (?). Wouter Albertsen and J. 
Becker, Not. Public. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 
89. 



X973 

1703 

Aug. a 



van HOESEy Jan Fransen, of Albany Co., 

letters of administration on the estate of, granted to his 
eldest son Juriaen van Hoese and wife Volkie. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 94. 



x?74 
2690 

June 24 
Dutch 



VOSBURGH, Pieter, of Kinderhook, Albany 
Co. Wife Jannetie, children mentioned, but not by 
name, bro. Isaack, sister of wife Adriaantie. Real and 
personal estate. The wife executrix. Witnesses Aer- 
nout Cornelissen Viele, Johannis Becker jun. and J. 
Becker. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 564. 



Calendar of Wills. 



447 



J975 
Z690-1 

Jany. 6 
Dutch 



1976 

1701 
Jane 3 
untch 



van BERGEN, Martin Gerritsen, of Albany 

Co. Wife Neeltie Mynders, children Gerrit, 3 yrs. old, 
Myndert, i| yrs. Home farm, land at Katskil, personal 
property. Guardians of children Gerrit Teunissen (van 
Vechten) and Claes Siverzen. Witnesses Pieter Schuyler 
and L. van Schaik. Letters testamentary granted to 
widow Dccbr. 3, 1696. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 50. 

van WIE, Hendrik. The wife sole heiress and 
executrix, children mentioned, but not by name. Whole 
estate. Witnesses Gerrit Gysbertsen and Helmer Jansen. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 80. 



»977 
Z691 

July 2$ 



io7« 
xooo 

May 8 
Dotch 



X079 
Dntch 



1980 

March 8 

1700-x 

Dutch 



VROOM AN, Jacob Meesen, of Albany City, 

carpenter. Wife Elizabeth sole heiress and executrix of 
real and personal property. Witnesses J. Becker, alder- 
man and Hend. van Dyck. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. 9. 

van SLYCK, Jacques Cornelissen, of Shen- 

nechtady. Wife Gerritie Ryckman, children Susanna, 
Grietie, Herman, Cornelius, Geertruyd, Marten, Helena, 
Fytie and Lidia. Real and personal property. The 
wife executrix, with Pieter-Schuyler, Dirck Wesselsen 
(ten Broeck) and Johannis Glenn as assistants and guar- 
dians of minor children. Witnesses A. Appel, Jacob Staets, 
surgeon, and Jan Becker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., 
p. II. 

VEEDER, Symon Volkertsen, of Rensselaers- 

wyck Colony. Wife Engeltie, sons Gerrit, Johannes and 
Volkert. Real and personal estate. Van Rensselaer 
Manor Records, No. 1 196. 

van VEGHTEN, Gerrit Teunissen, of Rensse- 

laerswyck Colony. Wife Grietie Volkersen Dow. Sons 
Johannis, by first wife Antje Jans, Volkert, by present 
wife; Pieter, son of Jonas Dow. Real and personal 



448 



Calendar of Wills. 



estate. No executors named. Witnesses J. Abeel, Jus- 
tice, David Schuyler, Justice, Johannis Cuyler, Justice, 
Wessel ten Brook. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 112. 



1981 

X703 

April 10 

17x0 

{one 7 
>otcn 



van BEUREN, Marten Cornelissen, of Rens- 

selaerswyck Colony, farmer. Children Cornelia Martens, 
wife of Robert van Deusen, Peter Marten, Maria, wife of 
Comelis Gerritsen, Catelina, wife of Johannis Jansen, 
Magdalena, grandson Tobyas Cornelisen van Beuren, son 
of dec'd eldest son. Land in Kinderhook, personal prop- 
erty. Executors sons Peter and Marten with Albert 
Ryckman and Dirk Wessels (ten Broeck). Witnesses 
Captain Gerrit Teunissen, Wessel ten Broeck and Dirck 
Wessels, Justice. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 131. 



1983 

1706 
NoTbr. 24 

X707 
April x8 



X983 

X709 

Decbr. xo 

X7X0 

June? 

uotcn 



van den BERGH, Cornells Williamsen, of 

Albany City, carman. Wife Marike, children mentioned, 
but not by name. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Wynant Williamsen van den Bergh and Francis Winne. 
Witnesses Hend. Hansen, Abrm. Staets and John Collins. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 125. 

van BRAKEL, Gysbert Cerrltsen, of Schon- 

hechtade, Albany Co., farmer. Wife Elizabeth, sons 
Gerrit Gysbertsen, Gysbert and other children not 
named. Real and personal estate. Executors son Gerrit 
and Volkert Symonsen. Witnesses Philipp Schuyler, 
Johannis Mynderts and Arent Danielsen. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 129. 



X984 

X7X4 

March 3 

X7X7 

July 6 



van den BERGHi Cornells Gysbertsen, of 

Rensselaerswyck Manor. Wife Cornelia, children Gys- 
bert, Gerrit, Tryntie, wife of Peter Waldron, Marritie, 
wife of Cornells van Alstyn, Cornelia, wife of Martin van 
Alstyn, Mathyas, Geertie, Wynant and Goose. Real 
property in Albany City and N. Y. City, homefarm on 
£• side of Hudson R., i mile back into the woods. The 



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449 



X985 

6th Ann 
Decbr. 6 

171A 
Recorded 
Septbr. z8 



1986 

X715 

Ang.i 

1716 

Decbr. 27 



1987 

1730 

Norbr. 5 

1725 
March 31 



X988 
Jane x 



wife sole executrix. Witnesses Goose van Schaick, An- 
thony Coster and Volkert van Veghte. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 171. 

van NESS, Cerrit, and wife Maria, 'Mate by the 
name of Maria Lokermans " ; have made marriage con- 
tract Fcbry 14, i67f . William van Ale, of Albany City, 
mariner, whose mother was the first wife of Gerrit van 
Ness, the testator, Jannetie Oothout, wife of Lawrence 
van Schaack sole heirs and executors of real and personal 
estate. Witnesses Albert Ryckman, Myndert Schuyler 
and Robt. Livingston jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
L, p. 140. 

van O LIN DA, Peter, of Rensselaerswyck Manor, 
tailor. Sons Daniel, Jacob, Mathys. Land above Schi- 
nectade on Mohawk R., do. in the Boght of the Kahoos, 
personal property. Executors Col. Peter Schuyler, Col. 
Kiliaen van Rensselaer and Mr. Johannis Cuyler. Wit- 
nesses Abrm. Cuyler, Justice, Dirk ten Broeck and Hend. 
Cuyler jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 148. 

van BENTHUYSEN, Baltus, of Albany City, 

merchant. Wife Liedia, children Johannis, Catrena, Ja^ 
cobus Perreker, and Elizabeth. House and lot in Albany 
City, do. in Kingston, Ubter Co., personal estate. The 
wife sole executrix, brothers Marten and Barent van 
Benthuysen and Mr. Barent Sanders tutors and trustees. 
Witnesses Barent Sanders, Justice, Augustinus Turck 
and Marten van Benthuysen. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, L, p. 211. 

van BUREN, Maas, of Albany Co., yeomdn. 

Wife Magdalena, children Hendrick, Johannis, Callyntie. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the two sons. Wit- 
nesses Niecalaes Gaerdenier, Hendr. Beckman, Ja. Steven- 
son and Barent Hebun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, 

p. 202. 
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450 



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X989 

X739 
Ang. 17 

2752 

Octbr. X7 

Dutch 



1990 

J740 
May 34 

1743 
Octbr. 8 



X99X 

^ *743 
Octbr. 14 

Decbr. 6 



X99a 
1746 

Aug. 10 

March i 
Dutch 



»9?3 

I74«r7 
March a 

July 8 
Dutch 



van VECHTEN, Dircki of Schagtekoek, Albany 
Co., farmer. Wife Maragrieta, sons Theunis, Harmen, 
Philipp, Benjamin, da. Anna, wife of Hendrick Fonda. 
Real and personal estate. Brother Leendert van Vechten 
mentioned. The wife sole executrix, Livynes Lewissen 
and Dirck ten Brock guardians the children. Witnesses 
Barent Egberten, Harmen Knickerbacker and Dirck ten 
Broeck. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 233. 

van DUESEN, Isaac, of Kinderhook, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Bertha, children Mathewis, Cornelia, 
Batha, Cornelis, Isaac, Marytie, Tryntie, Elizabeth, An- 
natie, Sarah, Johannis and Helena. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, son Mathewis and bro.-in-law 
Davidys Alsteen. Witnesses John van Rensselaer, Kielyan 
van Rensselaer and Rutger Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., p. 246. 

van LOON, Jan, of Loonenburgh, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Wife Rebecca, children Johanis, Peterus, 
Rachel, Elsie, Elizabeth, Lenora, Susanna, Mary and 
Catrina. Real and personal property. Executors the 
wife, Barent Staats and Johannis Provoost. Witnesses 
Willem Waelderon, Jacob Kidney and Arent van Duese. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 278. 

VE DDE R| Arent, of Schonectendy Village, Albany 
Co., farmer. Wife Sarah, children Harmen, Seymon, 
Albert, Antje, Rebecca, Angenietje, Maria, Susanna, 
Sarah and Eliezabeth. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors son-in-law William Brower and Major Jacob Glen. 
Witnesses Albert Vedder, Vredrheh (Frederick) van 
Petten and John Sanders. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. 290. 

VEEDER, Cerrit Seymonsen, and wife Ca- 

triena, of Schonechtendy Village, Albany Co. Children 
Helmer, Nickes, Henderickes, Seymon, Cornelis, Aryantie, 



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widow of Daniel Daniels, Engeltie, wife of Johans. Alb. 
Veeder, Annatje, wife of William Bancker, Magdelena, 
wife of Johannes Bancker, grandchildren Catriena, da. of 
Engeltie Vedder» Catriena, Maria, Elizabeth and Aryan- 
tie, daughters of son Comelis by his first wife, Gerrit van 
Antwerpe, Engeltie van Antwerpe, da. of Daniel Danielse 
dec'd, Catriena, da. of Wm. Banker. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Helmer and Henderickes. Wit- 
nesses Joseph R. Yates, Abraham Meebie and John 
Sanders. In Index of Court of Appeals misplaced 
under S. 36. 

<994 VIELE, TeuniSy of Rensselaerswyck Manor, car- 

May 6 penter. Wife Maritie, children Lewis, John, Maria, 

Octlr'az Rebecca, Jannetie and Catherina. Real and personal 

estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Jan Maesen 
whose signature is proved by his son Moses Bloomendale 
of said Manor, farmer, Adam Yetss, proved by his son 
Christopher A. Yates of said Manor, shoemaker, and 
James Stenhouse, proved by Peter Bradt, also of the 
Manor, merchant. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2» 
p. 25, 

1995 van den BERCH, Wynant, of Albany City, 

May% brickmaker. Children Volkert, Volkie, Catalina, widow 
1759 of Hendrick van Hoese, Maria, William. Real and per- 

sonal estate. Executors brothers Gysbert and Wilhelmus 
van den Bergh and daughters Catalina and Valkie. Wit- 
nesses William G. van den Bergh, Dirck B. van Schoon- 
hoven, and Johannis van der Heyden. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., p. 251. 

2996 van SCHAICK9 Catherine, of Albany City, 

Novlbn 24 widow. Sons Sybrant Goose van Schaick, Jacob C., 
»76» Abraham, da. Debora, widow of Johannis Beeckman, 

. "'"^ heirs and executors of real and personal estate. Wit- 

nesses Volckert P. Douw, Henry van Dyck and Per. 
Silvester. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 255. 



452 Calendar of Wills. 



1759 ^^" SCHAICKp Abraham, son of preceding— of 

Jany. 19 Albany City, bachelor. Brothers Jacob and Sybrant, 
Joly'i sister Debora. Share in a house and lot at Amsterdam, 

Holland, derived from grandmother Elizabeth van Cor- 
laer, do. in Loonenburgh Patent, personal estate (a silver- 
hilted sword, silverplate). Executors the two brothers. 
Witnesses Volckert P. Douw, Ino. R. Bleecker and Peter 
Lansingh, Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 258. 



z^ van der WERKEN, Johannis, of the Half 

Septbr. 8 Moon, Albany Co., farmer. Sons Hendrick and Johannis, 
JiSy 8 heirs and executors of real and personal estate. Wit- 
nesses John Wandel, Jacob van Woert and John H. 
Lydius. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 312. 



xtIi ^^^ SCHAICK9 Jacob, of Albany City, esquire. 

Febry. 3 Cousins (nephews) Goose, son of bro. Sybrant van Schaick, 
^^^ ' and Goose van Schaick, son of sister Debora Beeckman. 

Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Sybrant and 
sister Debora. Witnesses Henry van Dyck, Gerrit van 
Sante jun., and Jno. R. Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., p. 261. 



^000 van SCHAICK, Anna Margreta, da. of An- 

March 9 thony of Albany City. Sisters Catrena Coeman and 
Decbr 8 Gerretje ten Eyck, Goose van Schaick jun., son of bro. 
Goose, daughters of bro. Anthony van Schaick, namely 
Maria, Anna, wife of Henry ten Broeck and Christina, 
wife of Anthony van Schaick jun., son of bro. Goose, 
Tobias, son of Coenraet ten Eyck, Anna Margreta ten 
Eyck. Real and personal estate. Executors sisters Ger- 
retie ten Eyck and Catriena Coeman, with Anthony van 
Schaick jun. Witnesses Isaac Staats, Willem Staats, yeo- 
men, and Abrm. Yates jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I., p. 286. 



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2001 
1763 

March 26 

1766 

NoTor. 17 

Dutch 



van WOORT, Pieter, of Rensselaerswyck Manor. 
Wife Ariantie, cousins (nephews) Jacob and Lewis, sons 
of bro. Jacob van Woort. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Casparus Pruyn and Cornelis C. van den Bergh, 
son of bro.-in-law Claas van den Bergh. Witnesses Ryckert 
van Vranken, Theunis van Waert and Ino. dc Pcystcr. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 320. 



2002 

1764 
May 10 

1782 

Fcbry. 8 

Dntch 



van Veghten, Dirck, of the Flats, Loonenburgh 
District, Albany Co. Wife Helena, children Teunis, 
Hubartis, Jannetie, Sara, wife of Isaac Kalier, Eva, wife of 
Abraham van Valkenburg, Maria, wife of Nicolas Spoor, 
Catriena, wife of Lambert van Valkenburg. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son Hubartis and sons-in-law 
Lambert van Valkenburg and Nicolas Spoor. Witnesses 
John ten Brouck, Martin Lydious, Jacob Roseboom and 
John H. Lydious. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 2. 



2003 

NoVbr. 15 

Septbr. 7 
Dntch 



van ALSTYN, Thomas, of Kinderhook Town- 
ship, Albany Co. Wife Maria, children William, Catha- 
riena, widow of Petrus Hoffman, Lambarth, Peter, Maria. 
Farms at Claverack, in Kinderhook Township, homefarm, 
personal property (silver things). Executors the wife, 
son William and Casparis Conyn jun. Witnesses Petrus 
Cool jun., Seybout Krankheyt and Gerrit van den Bergh. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 298. 



2004 

1769 
March 30 

1770 
March 9 



van ALENy Jacobus, of Claverack, Albany Co., 
yeoman. Johannis, son of dec'd bro. Adam van Alen, 
Mayeke Witbeek, da. of Peter Koeyeman, children of 
dec*d bro. Evert van Alen and wife Margrieta, vizt. Jo- 
hannis E., Abraham E., Lourens E., Jacobus E., Dirck, 
Adam E. and Maria E. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors nephews Johannis E., Abraham E., and Lowrans 
E. van Alen. Witnesses Lourens L. van Alen, Cornelius 
van Dyck, both of Kinderhook, and Margrieta van Alen. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 338. Supra No. 1883. 



454 Calendar of Wills. 



1769 ^^^ SLYK, Andries, of Coxsaghc Precinct, Albany 

Febry. iz Co., yeoman. Wife Mary, children Baltus, Teunis, Jan- 

Ft^Tj. 7 nitie, Lyedia, Mary, Catrina, Geertruy, Alida. Real and 

personal estate. Executors the two sons. Witnesses 

Rykert Hoghteeling, Mattys van den Bergh and David 

McCarty. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 341. 

f^ van SCHAICK, Sybrant G., of Koxsaghie, Al- 

Jime6 bany Co. Children Goosen, Myndert, Maria, Ryckje. 

June 30 House and lot in Albany City, land in Kinderhook, home- 
farm, share in house and lot in Amsterdam, Holland, per- 
sonal property. Executors sons Goosen and Myndert. 
Witnesses Dejrk Vosburgh, Henry van Bergen and Peter 
Connyne. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 11. 

f^ van der HEYDEN, David, of Albany City, mer- 

Febry. 7 chant. Wife Geertruy, children Dirck, David, Alida, wife 
"^' of Rev. Baran Vrooman, Jacob and Rachel, wife of Dr. 

Samuel Stringer. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and son-in-law Samuel Stringer. Witnesses 
Ino. N. Bleecker, Robert Yates, attorney-at-law, and 
Jacob Lansing, gentleman. Albany Co. Records, Wills, 
I-i P- 345* Supra, No. 1887. 

^55f van der HEYDEN, Johannis, of Albany City, 

March xa esquire. Children John, Jane, Mary and Rachel. Real 

and personal estate (a large Dutch bible). Executors da. 
Jane, Herme Gansevoort, Volckert Douw and Gerrit van 
Sante. Witnesses Martin Mynderse, blacksmith, Peter 
Waldron, bricklayer, and John Bay, schoolmaster, all of 
Albany City. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 356. 
Supra, No. 1889. 

f^ van den BERCH, Mattys, of Albany Co., 

June 9 farmer. Wife Rebecca, sons Rykert, Mattys, John, Peter, 
March 31 daughters Rachel and Catrina. Real and personal estate. 

Executors sons Rykert and Mattys. Witnesses Philipp 
Connyne, Cornelius Connine and Reitsert Bronck. Al- 
bany Co.^Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. i6. 



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455 



aoio 

178s 
March xo 

X786 
Decbr. 20 



aoxx 

xSoo 

Jany. 20 

Aug. 27 



20x2 

x8x3 
March 19 

Z822 
Decbr. 24 



20x3 (W X) 

X7X8 

Decor. 15 



20x4 (W 2) 

X720 

Mays 

Aug, x8 



VEEDERy Simon Jobs., of the Normanskil, 
Albany Co., gentleman. Children Wyngart, Volkert 
and Catrena. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
two sons and son-in-law John Glen. Witnesses John van 
Neste, Hendrick van Neste and Volkert Vecder. Albany 
Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 51. 

van der ZEE, Cornelius, jun., of Bethlehem, 

Albany Co. Wife Annautey, children Easter, Elizebeth, 
Aflfte, Rauchel, Anny, Storm, Walter, John, Garret. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Teunis van 
der Zee, John Nelden Legransus, and Storm van der Zee. 
Witnesses Evert Wynkoop, P. D. Winne, Storm I. van 
der Zee. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 72. 



van der ZEE, Albert, of Bethlehem, Albany Co. 
Children Henry, Harman, Cornelius, Eva, wife of Henry 
Slingerland, Hester, wife of Jacobus La Grange. Home- 
farm, farm in Coeymans Town, purchased from Coenrad 
ten Eyck and David I. ver Planck, farms in Bethlehem, 
purchased from Nicholas Jeroleman and Garret A. 
Becker, the Stoner farm in Bethlehem, personal property. 
Executors the three sons. Witnesses Peter W. Hilton, 
Addison Mandell and E. Willett. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., part 2, p. 87. 

WICK, Jolin, of Southampton, Suffolk Co., yeo- 
man. Wife Temperance, sons Job, John, Henry, Daniel, 
James, daughters Temperance, Edith, Ann, Phebe. Real 
and personal estate. Executors Matthias Burnet, cord- 
winder, Thomas Cooper, yeoman, and Alexander Wilmut, 
joiner. Witnesses Saml. Gelston, Theophilus Howell and 
Nathan Sayze. Copy. 

WHITTAKER, Edward, of Kingston, Ulster 
Co. Wife Hillitie, sons Edward, John, Henry, daughters 
Hannah, Eleoner, Theodosia, Hillitie. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, and Major Johannis Hardcn- 
bergh. Witnesses Hendrick Schoonmaker^ Samuel 
Burhans and Davidt Burhans. 



456 Calendar of Wills. 



««J5 OV3) WESTBROECK, Johannis, of Knightsfield, 

Jany. 25 Ulster Co. Wife Magdalena, sons Anthony, Johannes, 
AprU^zo Cornelius, Dirck, daughters Sarah, wife of Cornelius van 
Dutch Aken, Antie, wife of Jacob van Etten, grandson Benja- 
min, son of dec'd da. Ursulla. '' My whole estate." Ex- 
ecutors sons Anthony and Johannis. Witnesses Capt. 
Jacob Rutsen jun., Major Johannis Hardenbergh, Nicolaes 
Roosa and W. Nottingham. 

««»J^rW4) WANBOMER, Pieter, of Kingston Corporation, 

April 6 Ulster Co., farmer. Wife Deborah, children Marcus, 

lun?7 Christoffel, Margriet, wife of Hendrick Dojo, Marytjc, 

uutcn wife of Simon Frere, Elizabeth, wife of Hendrick Oos- 

trander, Antje Wanbome, Debora, wife of David Burhans, 

Debora, da. of stepson Nicolaas Schoonhoven. Real and 

personal estate. Executors sons Marcus and Christoffel. 

Witnesses Pieter van Aken, Mariniss van Aken and Ger. 

van Wagenen. 

^%35^ 5) WEESNER, Johannis, of Florida, near Goshen, 
July 6 Orange Co., yeoman. Wife Elizabeth, children Hen- 
MaVio drick, Adam, Katherine, wife of Thomas Blain, Ann, 
wife of Philipp King, Mary. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, Michael Dunning and Daniel Denton, 
both of Goshen. Witnesses John Smith, Joseph Sother- 
land and Josiah Reeder. 

aox8(W6) WINKLER, Herman, of N. Y. City, Captain, 
May 20 formerly of Cura9ao. Annuls last will, made with his 

Mani^^ wife, at Curasao March 2, 1720 at 5 p.m. Wife , and 

Dutch children, not named. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors Joh. Cruger and Christofifel Bancker, both of N. Y. 
City, merchants. Witnesses Abraham Boelen, Abram 
Abramsen and Andries Abramsen junior. Codicil of 
March 15, 1734-5 appoints Charles La Roux and the 
wife executors. Witnesses Isabella Ashfield, John Spratt 
and Christopher Gildemeester. Winkler Seal. 



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^5^3^ 7) WULFFEN, Godfrld de, of Albany Co. Wife 

Jany. 7 Johanna, sons John and Godfried. " Whole estate " (land 
May a7 ^" Hudson R.). No executor named, but son Godfried 
qualifies as executor. Witnesses George William Man- 
cius, Hiskia Dubois and Jeremia Dubois. 

^73^'^ WALDRON, Gerardus, of Horlie, Ulster Co. 

Ang. 3x Wife Elisabeth, sister Marie Waldron. " Whole estate." 

Jimy. 30 Executors the wife, father John Waldron and cousin 

Dutch Gerardus Waldron. Witnesses Cornelis Wynkoop, Jo- 

hannis Crespel and Johannis Wynkoop. 

»®^J^g^9) WEST, William, of Kingston, Ulster Co. Mary, 
May 28 da. of John Davenport ; freed negro slaves receive most 
of the real and personal estate. Executors Mattys Blan- 
chan and John Davenport, who, refusing to act, Robert 
Beaver, yeoman, " the only friend or relation, that I know 
of," writes Edw. Whittaker, is appointed administrator 
July 28, 1738. Witnesses Aerri van Slit, Gisbert Krom, 
and Charles Brodhead. 

aoaaOVio) WYNKOOP, Oomells, of Horlie, Ulster Co. 

Z739 
Septbr. 29 Wife Hendrica, children Judickje, Elisabeth, Cornelia, 

Apr!/ 3 Johannis, Catharina, Lea, Adriaan, Cornelis, Petrus and 
Dutch Maria. Real and personal estate (a large bible). Execu- 

tors the wife and five eldest children, to wit Judickje, 
Elisabeth, Cornelia, Johannis and Cathariena with bro. 
Johannis Wynkoop. Witnesses Antony Crespel, Johannis 
Suylandt and Dirck Wynkoop. 

«o»3jWxx) WAAREN, William, of the Fisk Kils, Dutchess 
June 5 Co. Wife Mary, sole heiress and with Jacob de Peyster 
June 10 executrix of real and personal estate. Witnesses Johannes 
Willsey, Henry Lewis, of said Co., schoolmaster, and 
John Cuer. When the widow qualifies as executrix, June 
6, 167 1, she is called " widow of Francis Wilson, formerly 
Mary, widow of William Waaren." 



458 Calendar of Wills. 



^7^ "> WILTSE, Martlne, of Rombouts Prect.. Dutchess 
April a Co., farmer. Wife Janetje, sons Jacob and Martynes, 
March o daughters Maria, Sytje, Margarett, Janetje and Hannah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife, bro. Cor- 
nelius Wiltse and friends Cornelius van Wyck and Francis 
Brett. Witnesses Maretjc, Phillip, Ab : van Wyck, of N. 
Y. City, merchant, and Theodorus van Wyck, son of Cs. 
The wife qualifies March 9, 1752, being then the wife of 
Thomas Cornell. 



aa25(Wx3) WILEMAN, Rachel, of Ulster Co., widow. Son 

Jane 14 John Bayard, and da. Elizabeth Wileman, heirs and 

M«ra7 executors of real and personal estate. Witnesses Vine. 

Matthews, Josias Welling of Goshen, Orange Co., and 

Benjamin Eakerley. Proved in Orange Co. Daughter 

Elizabeth qualifies as Elizabeth Matthews. 



«o^(Wx4) WOERTENDYCK, Frederick, of Tappan, 

No¥Dr. as Orange Co. Wife Dievertje, sons Rynier, Jacob and 
Tttir^zo Frederick, daughters Aeltje, wife of Jan Vliereboom and 
Claesje. Homefarm, land on Paskack Brook, personal 
property (a great Byble) The wife sole executrix. Wit- 
nesses Teunis Blauvelt, of Tappan, farmer, Ysack Ab. 
Blauvelt and Johannes fferdon. Codicil of June 16, 1752, 
makes no change. Witnesses Lucas Cornel of Bergen 
Co., N. J., farmer, Albert Cornell and Abraham Haring. 

ao27(Wz5fti6) WITBEECK, Johannes Luykassen, of Rens- 

Jime29 selaerswyck Manor, Albany Co. Mother Catharina Wit- 

J750 beeck, brother Abraham, children of dec'd sister Geertruy 

Septbr. 25 , 

Dutch van Veghten, to wit, Catherine, wife of Hermanus H. 

Wendell, Cornells, Luykas, Engeltie, Philipp, Marytje and 
Johannes van Veghten. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors friends Andries Jansen Witbeeck and his brother 
Johannis Jansen Witbeeck. Witnesses Petrus Douw, 
Gerrit Lansingh and Johannis Glen. 



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ao28 (W 17) 

1748-9 

March 3 

175X 
May 6 



2029 (W 18) 

1749 
July 29 

1750 

June ao 



ao30(Wz9) 

Decbr. 14 

17SX 
May X 



ao3x (W ao) 

Septbr. 9 
Octbr. 4 



20J2 (W ax) 

X7SX 

Ans:* X2 

Ang:. 30 



ao33(W aa) 

Decbr. xo 

«7S4 
Septbr. a8 



WATKINS, Ephraim, of Ulster Co., carpenter. 
Wife Joanna, sons Joseph, Abel, Samuel, Ephraim and 
Hezekiah, daughters Eunice, Tabitha, Joanna and Bridget. 
Real and personal property. Executors the wife and bro. 
Hezekiah Watkins. Witnesses Ino. Yalverton, Mary 
Yalverton and Amy Carman. 

WENDELL, Evert, of Albany City, attomey^t- 

law. Wife , children Johannis, Abraham, Philipp, 

Arjantie, Elizabeth and Engeltie. Real and personal 
estate. Executors son Abraham and daughter Engeltie. 
Witnesses John H. Lydius, Tieleman van Schelluyne and 
Peter Lansingh. 

WOOD, John, of Little Worth, Ulster Co. Wife 
Hannah, daughters Abigail, Deborah, Mary and Hannah, 
sons Daniel, John and Jonas. Real and personal estate. 
Executors bro. Timothy Wood and Abimal Youngs. 
Witnesses Daniel Wood, Jonathan Smith and Danl. 
Everett. 

WATTS, Robert, of N. Y. City, merchant. Grand- 
sons Robert Watts, John Watts, grandda. Anne Watts, 
kinsman John Riddle, nephew John Watts of Edinburgh, 
North Britain, niece Margaret Watts, da.-in-law Ann 
Watts, son-in-law Richard Riggs, and son John Watts. 
Real and personal estate. Son John Watts executor. 
Witnesses Jos. Robinson, W. Hamersleyand Jos. Murray. 
Copy. 

WYTT, John, of N. Y. City, carpenter. Wife 
Sarah, small children, not named. Real and personal 
estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Peter Kirby, 
Isaac Lardant and Chas. Johnston. Copy. 

WEBER, Alexander, of Orange Co. Wife Maria, 
children of first and second marriage Susanna, Marritie, 
Geertruy, Cathreana, Hendrick and John. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors Hendrick Snider and Jehenes 



460 



Calendar of Wills. 



2034 (Was) 

X753 
Aug. 28 

Octbr. zx 



2035 (W 24) 

22d Day 

9tli Month 

1758 

Aug. 21 



2036 ( W 25) 

X754 
June 26 

Aprifs 



Frees, Witnesses Andries Onderdonck jun., farmer, 
Cornelus Eckesen, boatman, and Abrm. Onderdonck, 
shopkeeper, 

WINNE, Peter, of Albany City, gentn. Bro.-in- 
law Abraham Dow, sisters Maritie, wife of Barent van 
Bura, Anna, wife of Johannis Hun, Elizabeth, widow of 
Abraham Vosburgh, nephews Peter Winne Dow, Volcart 
Dow, nieces Elsie and Margret Dow. Real and personal 
estate. Executors brothers-in-law Barent van Beure, 
Johannis Hun and Abraham Dow. Witnesses Jacob van 
Schaick, Harme Gansevoort, both of Albany City, mer- 
chants, and Harmanis Wendell. Codicil of Septbr. 26, 
1757, devises land at Anthonys Nose, Albany Co. and a 
large silver tankard. Witnesses Gs. D. Bois, John van 
Cortlandt, both of N. Y. City, gentlemen, and Philipp v. 
Cortlandt. 

WINTER, John, of the Out Ward, N. Y. City, 
tavemer. Wife Hannah, children Joseph, Benjamin, 
Gabriel, John, Hannah and Mary. • Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife with sons Joseph and Gabriel. 
Witnesses Stephen Carpenter, Paul Roome and Nathaniel 
Hutchins of N. Y. City, schoolmaster. Copy. 

WENDELL, Hermanus, of Albany City, shoe- 
maker. Nephew Philipp, son of dec'd bro. Evert Wen- 
dell, sister Arryantie Wendell, brothers Jeronimus and 
Tjerck Wendell. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Jacob Glen of Scotia, Schenectady Township, gent., and 
Evert Wendell of Albany City, merchant. Witnesses Ja. 
Stevenson, attorney-at-law, Isaac Kip, merchant, and 
Neicholas Cuyler, merchant, all of Albany City. Sister 
Aryantie Wendell enters a caveat against granting letters 
of administration Decbr. 20, 1762, but is officially declared 
insane, by Volckert P. Douw, Mayor of Albany. The 
executors named being dead letters testamentary are 
granted to nephew Philipp Wendell, cordwainer, and 
cousin John Beekman, trader. , 



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461 



2037 (W 26) 

X755 
Aug. z8 

Norbr. zz 



WHITLOW, John, of Goshen Prect, Orange Co. 
Wife Pheby, sons of bro. Alexander Whitlow. Real and 
personal estate. Executors Jeremiah Smith and Bazalel 
Seely, both of Orange Co. Witnesses Michael Jackson, 
Daniel Gale and Isaac Smith of said Prect., weaver. 



ao38 (W 97) 

Z7S6 

3Zit Day 

zath Month 

Fcbry. 7 



WHITE, Benjamin, of Crum Elbow Prect, 
Dutchess Co. Sons Peter, William and Andrew. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons William and An- 
drew. Witnesses William Palmer, John Hustead of said 
Co., yeoman, and Jacob Watson. 



ao39 (W 28) 
Decor. : 



22 



Z76Z 
June z 



WALDRON, Resolvert, of Haverstraw, Orange 
Co. Wife Matcha, sons John, Addriaen, Jacob, daugh- 
ters Anne, Elizabeth, Pegge, Cate. Real and personal 
property. Executors the wife and Thomas Osbom. 
Witnesses James Lamb of said Co., farmer, and John 
Kreun. 



2040 (W 29) 

Decor. 22 

1759 
May z 



WERTH, Johannis, of Albany City, yeoman. 
Friends Johannis Frickhever and wife Catharina of said 
City, innkeepers, sole heirs and executors of real and per- 
sonal estate. Witnesses Georg Habacher, Johannis van 
Santen and Johs. van der Heyden. 



204Z (W 30) 

^ *759 
Septbr. zo 



WRAXALL, Peter, at present of N. Y. City. 
Wife Elizabeth, father John Wraxall of Bristol, England, 
sisters Mrs. Ann Wraxall, Mrs. Mary Wraxall, niece 
Elizabeth, da. of bro. Richard W., Sir William Johnson, 
Bart. Real and personal estate. The wife sole exec- 
utrix. Not signed nor witnessed, but proved by the 
testimony of Ann Devisme, wife of Philipp Devisme of 
N. Y. City, merchant, and sister of Mrs. Elizabeth 
Wraxall, who says P. W. died July 11 last and that the 
paper was found in his travelling bag. John Watts and 
Beverly Robinson testify as to handwriting. Copy. 



462 



Calendar of Wills. 



2043 (W 31) 

X759 
Tuoea 

June 18 



2043 (W 3a) 

Febnr. 9 

Z70Z 
Febrj. 14 



2044 (W 33) 

1759 
May 19 

March 8 



2045 (W 34) 
1760 

April 6 

2761 

April z8 



2046(W35) 

176Z 

MaT26 

Septbr. 24 



2047 (W 36) 

I76z 
Octbr. 17 



X771 
ictbr. 



Octbr. 8 



WHITMAN, Zebulon, of Huntington, Suffolk 
Co. Wife Phebe, da. Margaret, sons Isaiah and Jarvis. 
Real and personal estate. Executors John Whitman and 
Joshua Wood. Witnesses Isaac Powell, Eliphelet Whit- 
man, Nathaniel Whitman of said Co., carpenter, and 
Robart Jarvis. Copy. 

WESBROEK, Jonathan, of Rochester, Ulster 
Co. Wife Jannetie, children Dyrck, Frederick, Jonathan, 
Helena and Annatje. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the wife, bro.-in-law Fredrick van de Merken, and 
cousins Benjamin, Jacob and Hendriekus Hoornbeek. 
Witnesses Jacob de Witt, yeoman, Philipp Swart wout 
and Jacobus Wynkoop. 

WINC, Jedediah, of Beekmans Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Wife Elizabeth, sons Elihu, Garshom, Elisha, Prime, 
daughters Abigail, Mehetabel, Deborah, Elizabeth, and 
Dorcas. Real and personal estate. Executors the wife 
and son Elihu. Witnesses Philipp Allen of said Co., 
farmer, Weston Allen and Elisha Allen. 

WINSLOW, Joseph, senior, of the Fishkils, 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Children not named, grand- 
children by da. Sarah. "Worldly estate." Executors 
sons Samuel and Joseph Winslow. Witnesses John 
Grifiin and Cornelious Teatchout. 

WALL, Elisabeth, of N. Y. City. Son James 
Quig, da. Mary Clark, who has son Thomas. Real and 
personal estate. Executors son James Quig and Richard 
Bidden. Witnesses Edward Man, Patrick Flynn and 
Henry Peckwell of N. Y. City, schoolmaster. Copy. 

WITBEEK, Jonas, of the Neutenhoek, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Dorotha, son Volckert, daughter 
Engeltie heirs and with bro.-in-law Abraham Douw ex- 
ecutors of real and personal estate. Witnesses Peter W. 
Douw of Albany City, schipper, Myndert Vosburgh, 
tailor, and Robert Yates, 



Calendar of Wills, 



463 



ao48(W37) 
1763 

Mara 

1764 
Octbr. 6 



2049 ( W 38) 

1763 

Decbr. 18 

1764 
Jnne 15 



2050 (W 39) 

1763 
Jany. 12 

Octbr. 7 



aosi (W 40) 

« ^764 
Septbr. 2$ 

1765 



ao52 (W 41) 

Octor. 22 

X784 
May 17 



WENDELL, Evert Ic, of Albany City, trader. 
Mother Annatie E. Wendell, sisters Geesie, Cathaline, 
wife of Gysbert Marselis, son of sister Catharine, children 
of dec'd. sister Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. 
The mother sole executrix. Witnesses Gerrit van Sante 
junior, Robert Yates and Cornelius Wendell, all of Albany 
City. 

WOOD, Alexander, of New Windsor Prect., 
Ulster Co., millwright. Wife Ruth, sons Reuben, Ste- 
phen, George. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife, Silas Wood and Joseph Belknap. Witnesses 
Charles Clinton, Isaac Belknap of said Co., yeoman, and 
Cornelius Wood. 

WYGANT, Jury, of Newburgh Prect., Ulster Co., 
yeoman. Wife Jane, children William, Catharine, Su- 
sanna, Mary, Sarah, Nancy West (a girl) and Michael. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Lieutenant Lewis 
du Boise, Humphrey Merrit and son Michael. Witnesses 
William Mitchel, of said Prect. yeoman, George Hallett 
and Thomas Palmer. 

WHITE, Joseph, of Albany City, merchant. 
Mother Mary Tucker of Studley, Wilts Co., Great 
Britain, sisters Abigail Smith, Mary Deacon, Ann After- 
noon, bro. Adam White of Trowbridge, Wilts Co., " my 
lad John Cole." Real and personal estate. Executors 
Volkert P. Douw, esquire, Martin Gerse van Bergen and 
George Wray, all of Albany City. Witnesses Wm. Ben- 
son, merchant, John Roorback, schoolmaster, both of 
Albany and Johannes Yates. 

WITBEEK, Abraham, of Rensselaerswyck 
Manor, Albany Co. Wife Annatie, sons Harpert, 
Johannis, and Abraham, daughters Marretje, Cathariena 
and Gcertruy. Real and personal estate. Executors sons 
Harpert and Johannis. Witnesses Abraham Witbeek, 
Gerrit van den Bergh, of said Co. farmers, and Jacobus 
Cool. 



464 



Calendar of Wills. 



aoS3 (W 4a) 

176s 

March aa 
June I 



ao54 (W 43) 

1765 

Novbr. 7 

X767 
April Z5 



ao55(W44) 

Octbr. ao 

Z768 
Septbr. 5 



ao56(W45) 
1766 

6th Day 
ad Month 

Aug. a8 



2057 (W 46) 

1768 

March 4 



Oct 



:tbr. 19 



WATKINS, Hezekiah, of the Parish of New 
Windsor, Ulster Co., minister of the Church of England. 
Cousins Tabitha Tuthill, Eunis Reeve and Bridget Gold- 
smith, nephews Edward Wooster, Joseph Watkins, Sam- 
uel Watkins, Ephraim Watkins and Hezekiah Watkins. 
Real and personal estate. Executors nephews Joseph, 
Samuel and Ephraim Watkins. Witnesses Silas Peirson 
of said Co., yeoman, Rachel Colman and Fief Mathews. 

WESTE RVELT, Reel if, of Poughkeepsie Prcct., 
Dutchess Co., yeoman. Children Casparus, Aultie and 
Albert. Real and personal estate. Executors brothers 
John Westervelt of Bergen Co., N. J., Cornelius Wester- 
velt of Poughkeepsie Prect., Gulian Ackerman of Dutchess 
Co. and Christian Demorrieof N. Y. Witnesses Johannis 
van Stenbergen, Benyamen Westervelt and Peter Dubois 
of Dutchess Co., yeoman. 

WHITAKER, Edward, of Kingston, Ulster Co. 
Children James, Edward, Abraham, Nelly, Elizabeth, 
Rachel, Hillitje and Margaret. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the three sons and son-in-law Jacobus Swart. 
Witnesses Sampson Davis, blacksmith, James Hamilton, 
yeoman, both of Kingston Corporation and Samuel Legg. 

WINC, John, of Batemans Prect., Dutchess Co. 
Wife Hannah, sons John and William, daughters Dinah, 
Martha and Hannah. Home farm, land in Newtownships 
on Otter Creek, personal property. Executors the wife, 
Benjamin Duvel and Edward Shove. Witnesses Daniel 
Hoag, yeoman, Judah Hoag and Dobson Wheeler of New 
Milford, Connt. 

WAELDERON,(Waldron), William, of Al- 
bany City, " measonfr.*' Children Peter, Cornelia, wife of 
Patrick Clark, Neeltie, wife of Volkert van den Bergh, 
Anna, children of da. Tryntje vizt. Elizabeth and Engel- 
tie. Real and personal estate (a large Bible). Executors 



Calendar of Wills. 



465 



aos8(W47) 
1768 

Jany. 12 

Pebry. 10 



2059 (W 48) 

1769 
May 31 



Ap 



pnl27 



2060 (W 49) 

OctDr. iz 

1785 
March 3 



2o6z (W 50) 

1770 

Jany. 30 

>774 
May — 



2062 (W 5z) 

X770 

March zo 

May 28 



Jacob C. ten Eyck, Hendrick Isaac Bogert and Peter 
Yates. Witnesses Adam Yates of said City» cordwainer, 
Peter W. Yates and Ann Mary Yates. 

WHARREY, John, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 
Wife Mary, sons David, Evins, Robert, John, James, 
Daniel, Grahames, Charles, daughters Jain, Nancy, Sarah. 
Real and personal estate. Executors the wife and Hugh 
Umphrey. Witnesses James McClaghry of said Co. 
esquire, Thomas Peacock and Alexander Graham. 

WENDELL, Harmanis, of Albany City. Wife 
Catharine, sons Harmanis, Cornelius, Johannis and Jacob, 
daughters mentioned, but not by name. Land at Cane- 
joharrie between the two Canada Creeks, do at Schenec- 
tady, personal property. Brothers-in-law Lucas and 
Philipp van Vechten with son Cornelius, executors. Wit- 
nesses Abrm Yates jun., Matthew Visscher and Christr. 
P. Yates. 

WITTBECK, Leendert, of Hagtekock, Albany 
Co., yeoman. Wife Catalyna, sons Johannis and Isaac, 
heirs and executors of real and personal estate. Witnesses 
Dirck van Veghten, Nicolas Spoor and Henry Knoll of 
Coxhacky District, surgeon. 

WILLETT, Isaac, late Sheriff of the Borough of 
Westchester, Westchester Co., gentleman. Wife Mar- 
garet, nephews Isaac Willett, Lewis Graham, Gilbert Col- 
den Willet, grandson of Lt.-Gov. Colden, brothers William 
and Cornelius Willett, Ann McElworth. Homefarm on 
Cornwells Neck, lands in the Mohawk Country, personal 
estate. Incomplete copy. 

WILLIAMS, Gilbert, of Orange Co. Brothers 
John and William, sisters Mary and Sarah Williams. Real 
and personal estate. Executor bro. William Williams. 
Witnesses Henry Wisner junior, of said Co., esquire, 
Joseph Wood and Joseph Clark. 



466 



Calendar of Wills. 



ao63 (W $2) 

X77X 

April zo 

Junes 



WARD, John, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess Co., 
yeoman. Son Daniel. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors brothers Daniel and Anthony Ward. Witnesses 
Wheeler Case, Daniel Carpenter of said Prect.» yeoman, 
and Mary Ward. 



ao64(W53) 

X77X 
Mardi xi 
Septbr. 5 



WHEELER, Samuel, of Kinderhook, Albany 
Co., farmer. Wife Margeret, daughters Hillitie, wife of 
William Fitch, Syna, wife of Tobias van Slyck, stepson 
Peter Hendr. Gardenier, granddaughters Margaret and 
Abigail Fitch. Real and personal estate. Executors son- 
in-law Wm. Fitch, Robert van Dusen and Peter Abrm. 
Vosburgh. Witnesses Johs. Schrom, John E. Wheeler 
and Catrena van Duesen. 



ao65(WS4) 
X77X 
fanj.- 
^ebrj. 12 



ji 



WILSON, Alexander, of N. Y. City, shopkeeper. 
Wife Jane, children Alexander and Jane. " Worldly 
estate." Executors the wife, Samuel Lowdon and Jona- 
than Blake. Witnesses John Willson, Alexander Robert- 
son of said City, shopkeeper, and James Gourlay. Copy. 



2066 (W 55) 
X773 

June 20 

X773 
Jany. 23 



WINCKEL, Lydia, of the North East Prect., 
Dutchess Co., widow. Children Lydia, wife of William 
Smith, Sarah, wife of David Benton, of Salisbury, Litch- 
field Co., Connt., Stephen, Timothy, Anna, Justus, heirs 
of dec'd son Robert. " Worldly estate." Executors son 
Timothy Winckel and James Winckel of said Prect. Wit- 
nesses Whealer Robinson, Benjn. Crosby and Elisha 
Calver. 



2067 (W 56) 
1772 



WITBEEK, Luycas, of the Nuttenhook, Albany 
Co., farmer. Nephew John Witbeek of Wolvenhook, 
Doratha P., da. of Peter I. van Valkenburgh, Volkert V. 
Witbeek, nephews John and Volkert, sons of bro. Jan 
Witbeek, Andrics A., Albert and John A., sons of bro. 
Andries Witbeek. Land at Hosick and in Albany Co., 
personal property. Executors Andries A. Witbeek, Peter 



Calendar of Wills. 



467 



ao68 ( W 57) 

Octbr. X 
Norbr. x6 



ao69 ( W 58) 

»773 
Marcn 6 

1779 
Jany. 6 



2070 (W 59) 
Apfil 3 
Apnig 

2071 (W 60) 

1773 
Fcbry. 23 

1783 
NoTbr. xz 



2072 (W 6x) 

JulT x6 
NoTbr. 30 



Winne Douw and John A. Witbeek, Witnesses Jacob v. 
Valkenborgh, Pieter J. v. Valckenburgh, and Mataewes v. 
Valckenburgh. Endorsed " filed Novbr. 24, 1774." 

WOOD, Daniel, of Florida, Goshen Prect, Orange 
Co. Wife Mary, children John, Jonas, Andrew, Daniel, 
Mary Hutron, Elizabeth Papinoe and Deborah Baylie. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Ananias Whiteman 
and John McCamly. Witnesses Jonas Roe of said Co., 
farmer, Joshua Whitman and Ruth Jayne. 

WICKHAM, Samuel, of Goshen Prect., Orange 
Co. Wife Hannah, children Samuel, Israel, Jerushe, 
Mathew, Elizabeth Jackson, Abigail Smith, Julianah, 
Margaret and Mary. " Worldly estate." Executors 
Benjamin Gale and Samuel Denton. Witnesses John 
Gaery, weaver, John Case, saddler, and Samuel Wilkeson. 

WELLS, Abel, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. Wife 
Mary sole heiress and executrix. Witnesses William 
Denn, Phebe Denn and Daniel Denn. 

WOHLEBEN, Nicolaus, of Burnetsfield, yeo- 
man. Wife Maria Elisabeth, children Henry, Dieterick, 
Johannis, Abraham, Jacob, Sophia, Catharina, Elisabeth, 
Magdalena, Anna and Anna Maria. Real and personal 
estate (a bible). Executors da. Anna Maria, Jacob Boe- 
shorn and Dietrich Staehl. Witnesses Lorentz Herter, 
John Nikass Herden and Wm. Petry. Proved in Tryon 
Co. 

WHITE, John, of Rockingham, Cumberland Co., 
N. Y. (now in Vermont), yeoman. Wife Jemima, chil- 
dren John, Jonathan, Jemima Wheeler, Samuel, Joas, 
Moley, Colego (a son), Lydia, Anna, Ruth, Lucy. Real 
and personal estate. Executor Oliver Covell of Rock- 
ingham. Witnesses Joseph Wood, Simon Baker, both of 
the same place, yeomen, and Patience Barker, 



468 



Calendar of Wills. 



2073 (W 6a) 

NoTor. xo 

X77S 
Jany. 17 



WATKINS, Joseph, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster Co. 
Wife Sarah, children Sarah, Debora, Dolle, Thomas, 
Joseph, Abel. Real and personal estate. Executors bro. 
Samuel Watkins and Stephen Harlow. Witnesses Joshua 
Brown jun., of Orange Co., yeoman, Joanna Brown and 
Dolle Watkins. Codicil of Decbr. 7, 1774, disposes of land 
in Connecticut. Witnesses Abimail Youngs of Ulster 
Co., yeoman, and Silas Peirson. 



2074 (W 63) 

Septbr. 2 
Septbr. 22 



WHEELER, Elijah, of Amenia, Dutchess Co. 
Wife Sarah, children Nathan A., Robert K., Joanna, Eliz- 
abeth, Elijah, Cyrus M. and William. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife and bro. Eliphalet Wheeler. 
Witnesses Peter Mills, Martin Delamatter and Oliver 
Fuller. 



2075 ( W 64) 

«77S 
May zo 

Z780 

July X7 



WELLS, Joshua, of Goshen Precinct, Orange Co., 
blacksmith. Wife Joana, sons Goshum, Samuel and 
Joshua, daughters Bathia, Joana, Debora, Deliverance, 
Mahitable and Hulda. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the wife, bro. Samuel Wells of Long Island, and 
Thomas Moffat of Bloomingrove. Witnesses Hugh Dob- 
bin, George Howell of said Prect., yeoman, and David 
Howell. 



2076 (W 65) 

«77S 
May 26 

Decor. 28 



WILTSE, James, of Beekman Prect., Dutchess 
Co., weaver. Wife Sarah, da. Elizabeth, wife of Wm. 
McNeil, grandson James Wiltse McNeil. Real and per- 
sonal estate. Executors son-in-law William McNeil and 
John A. Brinckerhoff. Witnesses Joseph Balding of said 
Co., farmer, William Shearer and William Humfrey. 



2077 (W 66) 
April 8 



Dec! 



X784 
cbr. Z3 



WE ST FA EL, Jacob, of Goshen Prect., Orange 
Co., yeoman. Grandchildren Jacob Cole, Jacob Schoon- 
hoven, Jacob Westfael jun., Margaret Cole, wife of Hare- 
manus Vanimwegen, Margaret Westfael, wife of Hezekiah 
Rosekranse, Margaret, da. of George Kimber, Margaret 



Calendar of Wills. 469 



and Dicvertje, das. of son Cornelius dec*d, heirs of daugh- 
ters Marya and Johanna, dec'd daughters Leonora, Eliza- 
beth and Sarah. Real and personal estate. Executors 
grandsons Josias Cole of Wantage, Sussex Co., N. J. and 
Jacob Cole of Goshen Precinct. Witnesses Joseph Drake, 
Jacob Schoonhoven of said Prect., farmer, and Thomas 
Kyte. 

2078^(W67) WACHTEL, George L., of Rhinebeek Prect., 
Aag. z5 Dutchess Co., physician. Wife Catharine, da. Elizabeth; 
JnnezS Dorothy, da. of George Stevers, Polly, da. of stepda. 
Anna Maria Hessin, stepchildren Catharina Riegler, 
Susannah Fischer and David Riegler. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, John Ketteman, John 
William Tillman and Conraat Baumes. Witnesses John 
Michael Fridrich, John Schultzs of said Prect., miller, and 
Christian Schultz. 

^^9^(51^*8) WELLS, John, of Orange Co. Wife Abigil, sons 
May 30 Israel, Joshua, daughters Abbigil, who has son David 
May s (Swese ?) Mary, and other children, and nephew Richard, 
son of bro. Samuel Wells. Homefarm, land bo't from 
Henry Wisner, tract in Orange Co. along the Jersey line, 
do. in Pochuck Seder swamp, do. in Town of Battle Bur- 
row, 12 miles from Connecticut R., do. on Shongum Kil 
near Minnesink Mts., personal property. Executors sons 
Israel and Joshua Wells, and Henry Wesiner jun., son of 
Henry Wesiner, esquire. Witnesses John van Tuyl, 
Jacob Eichhorn and Arthor van Tuyl. 

2o8o(W69) WILLBUR, Benjamin, of Little Nine Partners, 
April 10 Dutchess Co. Wife Maribah, sons William, Robert, Ben- 
Tiine28 jamin, daughters Sarah and Ruth. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Brittain Tallman and Clark Willbur. 
Witnesses Stephen Atwater, Benjamin Atwater and Bette 
Willbur, at date of proof wife of George Brownenn of 
Charlotte Prect. 



470 



Calendar of Wills. 



208z (W 70) 

Febry. z 

Z786 
Febry. az 



WINCHELL, James, of Little Nine Partners, 
Dutchess Co. Wife Mary, sons James, Martinezer, Philo 
Mills, John and Aaron Ely. Real and personal property. 
Executors the wife and bro. Nathaniel Winchell. Wit- 
nesses Simon Lewis of said Co., farmer, Hopson Bebee 
and George Morehouse. 



2082 (W 7z) 

Septbr. Z5 
Decbr. 30 



WISNER, Johrii of Orange Co. Wife Anne, sons 
John, Henry, William and Asa. Real and personal 
estate. Executors bro. Henry Wisner esquire and son 
Henry Wisner esquire. Witnesses James Butler, shop- 
joiner, Sarah Wisener and Thomas Waters, labourer. 



2083 (W 72) 

Z779 

NoTbr. 2 

Z790 
Octbr. 26 



WEIR, Alexander, bookseller in Paisley. Wife 
Sarah Collins, children John, Smith, Edward, Susan, 
Richard. Real and personal property. Executor son 
John Weir. Witnesses Nath. Gibson, John Gibson. 
Proved at Paisley. 



2084 (W 73) 

.X779 
April 20 

Z78Z 

April 2Z 



WEYGANT, William, of New Marlborough. 
Wife Mary, son John, daughters Jane and others not 
named, William Silkworth. " Fast and moveable estate." 
Executors the wife, Rick Bush and Thomas Silkworth. 
Witnesses John Bont, blacksmith, Matthew Wygant, 
yeoman, both of Ulster Co. and Robert Harford. 



2085 (W 74) 
Z779 

April 13 

Z782 
June 28 



WILLBOR, Robert, of Charlotte Prect, Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Freelove, sons Samuel, Clark, Brow- 
nen, Obediah, Car, daughters Phebe Crandel, Freelove 
Hod, Elisabeth, grandsons William, Robert and Benja- 
min, sons of dec'd son Benjamin, Britton and John, sons 
of dec'd son Robert. Farm, bought of tailor John Mott, 
personal property (a silver spoon, marked M. W.). Ex- 
ecutors sons Clark and Brownen. Witnesses Job Taber, 
Thomas Tripp and Stephen Pratt of said Prect., yeoman. 



Calendar of Wills. 



471 



^N>86(W75) 

»779 
Jii1t6 



Oct 



br. a6 



WERTH, Johann Jacob, of Shohariy, Albany 
Co., Doctor. Wife Maria Elisabeth, sons Henrich, Jo- 
hannes, da. Maria, wife of Jobs. Snyder, ''nevpAews'* 
Johann Jacob and Johannes Werth, sons of son Johannes, 
Maria, da. of son Johannes, High Dutch Reformed 
Church. Real and personal estate (a pitcher or seal ring 
of gold, silver shoe and knee buckles, a great bible). 
Executors Johannes Rickert and Johannes Becker. Wit- 
nesses George Hilts, farmer, Christoph Hilts and George 
F. Reinhard, schoolmaster. 



2087 (W 76) 
1779 

Jany. 9 

1783 
May 2a 



WILLIAMS, Christiarii daughter of Thomas 
Applin, heretofore of Shepton Mattet, Sumerset Co., 
England, clother, dec'd, and now wife of Henry Williams 
of London, draper, but at this time of the Oblong, Paul- 
ings Prect., Dutchess Co. Leader Cox of Brixton Cause- 
way, Surrey Co., England, esquire, his sister Mary Cox, 
Lionel Watts, schoolmaster, son of Mary, wife of Thomas 
Humpkins of Shepton Mattet, "wyer drawer." Real 
estate in Europe and America, personal property. Ex- 
ecutor the husband Henry Williams. Witnesses Catha- 
rine McConnal, wife of Hugh McConnal of Rumbouts 
Prect., saddler, Isaac Talman and John Keating. 



2088 ( W 77) 

1780 
Febnr. 14 

1787 
Novbr. Z2 



WHITE, Anthony, of Middlesex Co., N. J. Chil- 
dren Anthotiy Walton, Isabella, Johanna and Euphemia. 
Real and personal estate. Executors all the children. 
Witnesses Ann Kearny, Ravaud Kearny and Edward 
McShane. Proved at New Brunswick, N. J. Copy. 



2089 ( W 78) 

Z780 

April 25 



Dec 



1784 
icbr. 23 



WHITNEY, Daniel, of Worriek,Orring Co. Wife 
Martha, sons Thomas and Aaron, daughters mentioned, 
but not named. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and her bro. Daniel Burt. Witnesses Daniel 
Burt jun. and James Burt of Goshen, said Co., yeoman. 



472 



Calendar of Wills. 



2090 (W 79) 

1780 

Jany. 18 

1784 
Mayxo 



WIDDERWAX, Andreas, of Tamhanick, Al- 
bany Co., farmer. Children ** of my former wife Barbara/' 
vizt. Bastian, Henry, Andreas, Anna Margreth, Anna 
Maria, Dorothea, Elisabeth and Catharina, other children 
by wife Anna are Hannes, Martin, Alexander, David, 
Peter, Jacob, Barbara Tincle. Real and personal estate. 
Executors Henry Grauberger and George Wetzel. Wit- 
nesses Wendell Overacker, Hannes Kebler, farmer, and 
John Clints, schoolmaster. 



2091 (W 80) 

X780 
Octbr. 6 

1782 
NoTbr. 4 



WICKHAM, Daniel Hull, of Orange Co. Sis- 
ters Abigail, Sarah, Elizebeth, Jerusha, brothers Paker, 
Thomas, John, heirs of dec'd bro. Joseph. Farm at 
Warwitch, personal property (gold sleeve buttons and 
brooch, silver shoe and kneebuckles). Executors bro. 
John, Benjamin Pain (?) son of sister Abigail and John 
Sickels. Witnesses Samuel Denton of Goshen Prect., 
hatter, Thomas Swafford and Thomas Wickham. Codi- 
cil of May 28, 1782, adds name of John, son of bro. 
Doctor Thomas Wickham and is witnessed by Coe Gale, 
Benjamin Gale and Joseph Denton of Goshen Prect., 
yeoman. 



2092 (W8x) 

Z78Z 

April zo 

May z8 



WILLSON, Justus, of Amenia Prect, Dutchess 
Co., yeoman. Wife Elisabeth, brothers Samuel, Andrew 
and Thomas. Real and personal estate. Executors the 
wife and bro. Thomas. Witnesses Saml. Thompson, 
James Reynolds and Stephen Herrick of said Prect., 
carpenter. 



2093 ( W 82) 
Z78Z 

March 9 

1783 
Jany. 7 



WELLSi Abigail of Orange Co., widow. Grand- 
daughters Abigal, Dorothy and Julia Sweezy, daughters 
Abigal Sweezy and Mary Carpenter, son Israel. Personal 
estate (a large and two small silver table spoons, two do. 
teaspoons). Executor Henry Wisner jun. of Ulster Co. 
Witnesses Isaac Parish of Goshen Prect., cooper, James 
Dunning and Sarah Dunning. See No. 2079. 



Calendar of Wills. 



473 



ao»4(W83) 

April 9 

X78a 
AdHI 26 



01 



ntch 



WEN DEL, Maria, widow of Evert, of Schonec- 
tady, Albany Co. Bro. Isaac Truex, Johannes and Simon 
Arientsen Vedder, Maria Arents, da. of Arent S. Vedder, 
Maria Rosa, Geertniyd Lambert, sisters Susanna, Elisa- 
beth, wife of Caleb Beck, Sara, wife of Claas van der 
Volgen and Catalyntie, wife of Claas de Graaf. House 
and lot, derived from grandfather Andries Nahis (?), per- 
sonal property (gold necklace, do. rings). Executors 
Claas van der Volgen and Andries van Petten. Witnesses 
John Henry, hatter. Dirk van Ingen, Doctor, both of said 
Township and John P. Truax. 



ao9S (W 84) 

2782 

Aug. 24 

Septbr. 20 



WILLIS, Richard, of Rumbouts Prect, Dutchess 
Co. Wife Elizebeth, son James, grandsons Charles and 
Richard Willis, grandda. Elizibeth Willis. Land in New 
Rochelle, Westchester Co., personal property. Exec- 
utors son James and Benjamin Smith senior of North 
Castle. Witnesses John Schut, James Schutt and Ben- 
jamin Smith, yeoman. 



2096 (W 85) 
2782 

Anr. zo 
Septbr. z8 



WHEELER, Valentine, of PawHngs Prect., 

Dutchess Co., Captain. Wife Sarah, sons Josiah, 
Ephraim, John, da. Catherene, children of son Ephraim 
vizt. Catherene and a son, not named. Witnesses Ed- 
ward Wheeler, George Wheeler, yeomen, and Jno. 
Chamberlain, physician, all of Dutchess Co. Nuncupa- 
tive will, made the next day, asks John Chamberlain to 
assist the widow in settling the estate. Witnesses Jno. 
Chamberlain, Catharine Wheeler and Anna Conant. 



2097 (W 86) 

1784 

April 20 

Jolj 6 



WARNER, John, of Kings District, Albany Co. 
Wife Abigail, children Cloe and John. Real and personal 
estate. Executors brothers Jonathan Warner and Elijah 
Bostwick. Witnesses John Camp, Asa Douglass and 
Daniel Warner. 



474 



Calendar of Wills. 



2098 (W 87) 

1784 

Auff. 8 
Septor. 3 



2099 (W 88) 

Joiyxs 
Aug. 21 



2x00 (W 89) 

X78S 
Decbr. x7 

X786 
Febiy. 8 



2X0X (W 90) 

NovDr. xo 

X786 
Septbr. 8 



2x02 (W 91) 

X786 

April 6 

May X9 



2x03 (W 92) 
X786 

Septbr. ] 



X2 



WHITE, Henry, of Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Sarah, children Hamilton, Samuel, Anna, Sarah and 
Susannah, bro. John White. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, father Ebenezer White and Captain 
Abner Wells. Witnesses Jonathan Swezy of said Prect., 
physician, Mary Marshall and Rhoda Cossman. 

WICKES, Daniel, of Charlotte Prect., Dutchess 
Co. Wife Rebecca, daughters Rebecca, Elisabeth, Jo- 
hanna, sons Jacob, Zopher, Silas, Joel and David. Real 
and personal estate. Executors the wife, sons Jacob and 
Silas and Isaac Bloom. Witnesses Isaac Bloom of Dutch- 
ess Co., merchant, Samuel Smith and John Stilwill. 

W ATKINS, Ephraim, of Wallkil Prect., Ulster 
Co. Wife Phebe, sons Able, Ephraim, George, Joseph 
and Birdseye, daughters Phebe Watkins, Jean Fairchild. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Captain Sam- 
uel Watkins and Stephen Harlow. Witnesses James 
Martin, schoolmaster, George Houston, yeoman, and 
Samuel Pouley, labourer. 

WYNKOOP, Tobias, of the Blumountains. Ul- 
ster Co. Wife Leah, sons Hezekiah, William, Tobias, 
Petrus, daughters Lea and Annatie. Real and personal 
estate. Executors sons Hezekiah, Tobias and Petrus. 
Witnesses William Davenport, Adam Baer, farmer, and 
John York, farmer. 

WILLBOUR, Abishai, of Washington Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Ruth, children Oen, David, Jona- 
than, Daniel, Ruth, Sarah, Rachel and Mary. Real and 
personal estate. Executors sons David and Jonathan. 
Witnesses Jabez Smith, John Blayney, farmer, and Tripp 
Mosher, farmer. 

WAUCH, John, of New Windsor Prect., Ulster 
Co. Daughters Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth and Jane, bro. 
Robert Waugh ; dec'd bro. James Waugh mentioned. 



Calendar of Wills. 475 



Real and personal estate. Executors Robert Waugh of 
Newburgh Prect., farmer and Thomas McDowell of New 
Windsor Prect., farmer. Witnesses Andrew Walker of 
Montgomery Prect., yeoman, John Deales and David 
Stout. 

"^^7^^^^ WENDELL, Abraham H., of Albany City, 

April 13 merchant. Sons Harmanus, John and Jacob, daughter 
Febry. i8 Susannah or Sanneke, son of dec*d da. Annatie, vizt. 

John van Veghten. House and lot in Albany, land back 
of the Fort on the hill, Albany, do. in Sacondaga Patent, 
pasture lot at Schonectady, personal property. Executors 
the three sons and the daughter. Witnesses John Steven- 
son, Cornelius Wendell and John I. Pruyn. 

*"f^Jj94) WOOD, Timothy, of Goshen, Orange Co., cord- 
Aug. 17 winer. Sons Timothy, Richard, Joseph, daughters 
May 6 Sarah Little, Deborah Duning, Mary Brewster, Kezeiah 
Oldfield, Abigail Oakley and Susannah Corrington. 
Real and personal estate. Executors sons Richard and 
Joseph Wood. Witnesses Rogr. Townsend of said 
Prect., merchant, his wife Keziah and Danll. Everett. 
Codicil of Aug. 21, 1779 adds grandda. Abigail Cole- 
man and is witnessed by John Gale, Daniel Everett and 
Rogr. Townsend. 

«'<>^^W95) WRIGHT, Jordan, of Flushing, Queens Co., 
i2th Day farmer. Children John D., Charles, Jane, wife of John 

7^\555r"*** White, Susan W., widow of Abraham Cook, Margery 
Jnly 15 Franklin, Mary Gulager, Catherine Rogers, Daniel D., 
grandsons Benjamin Cox and Jordan Wright Cox. Real 
and personal estate. Executors son John D. Wright, 
George Seaman of N. Y. City and Silas Hicks of Flush- 
ing with grandson Benjamin Cox. Witnesses Stephen 
Leonard, Cornell Peck and James D. Scott, all of Flush- 
ing. Copy. 

2xo7(W96) WILLIAMS, Margaret, of N. Y. City, spinster, 
Janry. X2 letters of administration on the estate of, granted to John 

Taylor, one of the City Marshals, as creditor. 



476 Calendar of Wills. 



"^^ W) WRIGHT, Thomas, of Orange Co., weaver, letters 
Jnne 13 of administration on the estate of, granted to Robert 
Thompson of said Co., yeoman, as principal creditor. 

^»^^J^98) WINTHROP, John, of Connecticut Colony, now 
April 3 in Boston. Sons Fitz John and Wait Still, daughters 
Jtt*y 25 Elizabeth, Lucy, Margaret, Martha and Anne heirs and 
executors of real and personal estate, with Captain John 
Allyn, William Joanes, and Major Robert Treat, all of 
Connecticut, Humphrey Davie, James Allyn and bro. 
John Richards, all of Boston, as overseers. Witnesses 
Thomas Thacher sen. and John Blake. Copy. 

'^^t^2^^ WINTHROP, FItZ John,GovernourofConnecti. 
March Z4 cut. Wife Elizabeth, daughter Mrs. Mary Livingston, 
JajS^rxa ^^^' ^^}^^ Wait Still Winthrop ; Trustees of Connecticut 
Collegiate School (Yale College). Homestead, land at 
Massapeage, at Mistick Mill, in New London, in the Nar- 
aganset country, on Fishers Island, personal property. 
Executors bro. Major Wait Still Winthrop, the da. Mary 
and her husband John Livingston, James Noyes, Gurdon 
Saltonstall and Richard Christophers. The wife spoken 
of only as the daughters mother. Witnesses Tho. Buck- 
ingham, Capt. John Prentts, Lieut. Jonathan Prentts and 
Samuel Rogers jun. Copy. 

?78S WHALY, Thomas, of New York City, yeoman. 

Septbr. 29 Wife Sarah, sons Thomas and Hercules, da. Margaret ; 

Decbr. 29 William Buxton of N. Y. City, baker, nephew John, son 

of Hercules Mulligan. Real and personal estate. Ex- 
ecutors the wife, bro.-in-Iaw Hercules Mulligan and Cor- 
nelius Bogert, attorn ey-at-law. Witnesses John Breath 
of said City, gentleman, Ino. Watson and Thomas Long- 
ley. Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. L, p. 14. 

fjsx WITTER, Thomas, of N. Y. City, gentleman. 

Jany. 15 Daughter Frances Nicholson. Real and personal estate. 
Ap^^as Trustees and executors Honble. Hugh Wallace and Alex- 
ander Wallace, merchant, both of N. Y. City. Witnesses 



Calendar of Wills. 



477 



2ZZ3 

1787 

Febry. zz 
Mayzo 



2ZZ4 

Z772 
March 4 

Z787 
NoTbr. 5 



azz5 

Z780 

March zj 

Z78Z 

April 7 



azz6 

Octbr. zo 
Octbr. 2Z 



2ZZ7 

«795 
Aag. z5 

Aug. 3z 

French 



Dan. Gautier, Samuel Deall and James McEvers, mer- 
chant. Recorded ut supra, p. 126. 

WOO DGER, Thomas, master of the sloop Zi*^(y 
from New York, bound to St. Croix. Wife Mary, chil- 
dren Mary, Robert and William, all living at Whitby, 
Yorkshire Co., England. •' The whole I may be found 
Possest of." Executor John Anderson. Witnesses 
James Brownbill, Frederick N. Lander and Christian 
Hamler (Stamler ?). Recorded ut supra, p. 143. 

WAUGH, Thomas, from Legerwood near Kelso 
in the Shire of Merse, Scotland, at present master of the 
schooner St, George. Brothers George, William and 
John Waugh, Rev. John Mason of N. Y. for his church. 
Real and personal estate. Executors Rev. John Mason 
and Gerret Roorback, gauger, both of N. Y. City. Wit- 
nesses John Barrea and Frederick Stymes. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 184. 

WEEKS, John, senior, of Oysterbay. Wife Re- 
becca, da. Jane, son Augustin, granddaughters Anne, 
Elizabeth, Judah, Ruth and Charlotte Weeks, grandsons 
William, John and Rasine Weeks, da.-in-law Elizabeth 
Weeks (wife or widow of son John ?). Real and personal 
estate. Son Augustin Weeks of Oysterbay executor. 
Witnesses Samuel Townsend, esquire, Michael Butler and 
Thomas Wright. Recorded ut supra, p. 328. 

WEIR, Edward, of Philadelphia, Fenna., book- 
binder. Wife Margaret, sole heiress and executrix of 
" all the estate." Witnesses Jacob Bankson and George 
Judge. Recorded ut supra, p. 402. 

WACHER, Catherine, born at Treves, 4S yrs. 
old, widow of Chevalier Reser of St. Domingo. Children 
mentioned, but not by name. Property in Europe and 
at New York. Executor Duboys de la Barnarde, natif of 
Angoumois, 37 years old, living at Aux Cayes, Island of 



478 Calendar of Wills. 



St. Domingo. Witnesses Marianne Greoffrey, wife of Mr. 
Collier of Jeremie, and Doctor ScuUe, physician to Hos- 
pital of the French Republic on Bedlo's Island, N. Y. 
Recorded ut supra, p. 493. 

21x8 WAYLAND, Levi. Children Charles and Mary; 

X/05 
Octbr. zo Sarah Woollet, bro. Seth Wayland and his wife Elizabeth, 

Octbr. 26 children of Job David of Tromein, Somerset Co., Eng- 

land and Ann, bro. Job Wayland. Personal property, 

real estate (Tennessee Company, Georgia — Mississippi 

Company). Executors William Allum, Francis Wayland 

and Alexander Cuthill. Witness John Segar of N. Y. 

City, labourer. Recorded ut supra, p. 5 14. 

zteS WATERMAN, Asa junior, of Ballston, Saratoga 

Aug. 28 Co. Wife Abigail, children David, Frederic, Betsey, John, 
©▼ «*• 29 Belinda and Zelpha. Real and personal estate. Exec- 
utors the wife, son David and Beriah Palmer. Witnesses 
Adam Comstock, David Rogers and Beriah P. Rogers. 
Recorded ut supra. Vol. II., p. 293. 

1I76 WILLETT, Margaret, of Westchester Borough, 

An^. 31 Westchester Co., widow. Nephew Lewis Graham, Mary, 
May 28 Anna, Euphemia, and Gilbert, children of brother-in-law 
Thomas Willett, Gilbert Colden, Alice and Anna, children 
of bro.-in-law William Willett, nephew Isaac Willett, 
Augustin, Morris, Charles, John, Isabella Landon and 
Arabella, children of sister Graham, Ann Mcllworth. 
Personal estate (a silver tankard and soupspoon). Ex- 
ecutors nephew Lewis Graham and Dr. Daniel White. 
Witnesses Anthony Glean of said Co., farmer, Elizabeth 
Ashfield and Jane Glean. Recorded ut supra. Vol. III., 
p. 26. 

^"' WH ITE, Thomas, of N. Y. City. Wife Ann, sons 

1781 Thomas, Matthew, Daniel, daughters Charlotte and 

Aug. 15 AmeHa. Land at Elizabeth Town, N. J., personal estate. 
Executors the wife, son Thomas White, Alexander Wal- 
lace, Robert Ross Waddell, John Thurman and John 
Kelly. Witnesses Honble. Hugh Wallace of N. Y. City, 



Calendar of Wills. 



479 



2Z2a 

i8zz 
Jnne z 

z8z3 
Jany. 7 



2Z2| 

z8oo 
March 3 

Z828 
March 4 



2Z24 

Z829 
April Z9 
NoTbr. 2 



esquire, John Marston and John Miller, merchants. Re- 
corded ut supra, p. 62. 

WHITE, Hugh, of Whitestown, Oneida Co., 
esquire. Wife Lois, children of dec'd son Daniel C, 
vizt. Fortune C, Andrew and Esther Stoers (late White), 
sons Joseph, Hugh, Ansel, Philo, daughters Aurilia Wet- 
more, Mary S. Young, Rachel Allen. Homestead, farm 
on Whitesborough — Utica road, land in Scriba's Patent, 
do. in Coxe's Patent, do. in Town of Leyden on the 
Black river, personal property. Executors sons Joseph, 
Hugh and Ansel. Witnesses Elizur Moseley, William G. 
Tracy of Whitestown and Lodewick Miner. Recorded 
ut supra, Vol. IV., p. 53. 

WILLIAMS, John, of Salem, Washington Co. 
Wife Mary, daughters Mary Ulanchard, Susannah Proud- 
fit and Eh'zabcth Proudfit, son John. Real and personal 
estate. Executor son John. Witnesses Mary Townsend 
(dead at date of proof), Robert Proudfit and William 
Proudfit. From proceedings in Supreme Court it appears 
that Mary was the wife of Anthony I. Blanchard, Susan- 
nah, wife of Alexander Proudfit and Elizabeth, wife of 
Ebenezer Proudfit, also that Mary Blanchard died on or 
about March 16, 1813 leaving children Maria, late wife of 
John McLean, John, Anthony, Susannah, wife of Henry 
H. Ross, Hamilton, Williams; Ann Eliza, wife of Fred- 
erick L. C. Sailly, Ellen-Jane and James-Francis ; and 
that Maria McLean dying March 21, 1827, left Mary 
Blanchard, Catherine and Susannah Ross. Recorded ut 
supra, p. 250. 

W A R R E N , Esaias, of the City of Troy. Trustees 

of St. Paul's Church, Troy. Wife , children George 

B., Phebe, Eliza Ann, wife of John Paine and Lydia. 
Real and personal estate. Executors bro. Stephen War- 
ren, son George B. Warren and son-in-law John Paine. 
Witnesses David Buel jun., Lewis Lyman, and Elisba 
Sheldon. Recorded ut supra, p. 263. 



48o 



Calendar of Wills. 



2X35 

I8x8 
Jany. zz 

Z720 

Octbr. 28 



WALKER, Benjamin, of Utica, Colonel. 

Daughter Eliza L. de Villehant, sisters Sarah, wife of 
William Salter, Deborah Morris. Real and personal 
estate. Executors Morris S. Miller, Abraham Varick and 
Nathan Williams. Recorded ut supra. Vol. V., p. i. 



2Z26 
Z652 

June 20 
Dntch 



WOUTERSEN, Egbert, from Isselsteyn, and 
wife Engeltie Jans from Brested, living on Manhatans 
Island. The survivor, brothers and sisters living in the 
Netherlands. Witnesses Vincent Pikes and Jan M. de 
Lamontagne jun. N. Y. Coll. MSS., III., 109. 



2X27 

Z664 
June Z2 

Dutch 



2x28 

X677 

June z 

Dutch 



WE MP, Maritie Mynders, widow of Jan Barent- 
sen, about to become the wife of Sweer Theunissen van 
Westbroeck, secures to the children by her first husband 
vizt. Myndert Jansen Wemp, 15 yrs old, Grietie, 13 yrs, 
Anna, 1 1 yrs and Barent 8 yrs, their patrimony. Her 
eldest da. Aeltie Jans Wemp is wife of Jan Cornelissen 
van der Heyden. Albany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, 

I., p. 435- 

WINNE, Plater, of New Albany, born in the City 
of Ghent, Flanders, and wife Jannetie Adams, born in 
the City of Leuwaerden, Friesland. Son by first wife 
Aechie Jans, vizt. Pieter, other children mentioned, but 
not by name. Real and personal estate. The survivor 
executor. Witnesses Jan Verbeeck, Mr. Cornelis van 
Dyck and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Notary Public. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 11. 



2Z29 

Z677 
Novbr. 28 

Dutch 



WILLEMSEN, Heyndrick, of New Albany. 

Children of Jan van Eeckelen dec'd. and wife Gysseltie 
Alberts, whose guardians are Albert Andriessen Brat and 
Storm van der Zee. Personal estate. No executor 
named. Witnesses Jan Andriesen Dou, Jacob Kaspersen 
and Adriaen van Ilpendam, Not. Public. Albany Co. 
Records, Notarial Papers, II., p. 21. 



Calendar of Wills. 



481 



1684 
Jttly6 

Dntch 



WINNEi Peter, Commissary or Magistrate, of 
Bethlehem, Albany Co., born at Ghent. Wife Jannetje 
Adams, children Peter, living at Esopus, Adam, Livinus, 
Frans, AUette, wife of Casper Leendersten Tenyn, Kil- 
liaen, Tomas, Lyntje, Marten, Jacobus, Eva, Daniel, and 
Rachell. Real and personal estate. Witnesses Marten 
Gerritsen (van Bergen) and Cornells van Dyck. Letters 
testamentary granted to son Livinus van Schaik Winne 
and son-in-law Caspar Leendertsen Febr. 22, idpf. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 44. 



ai3z 

1690 

July 23 

Dntch 



(WYNCAARD), Jan Lucassen, who has been 

obliged to flee from his farm near Schanechtede and is 
now going on an expedition against the French and their 
Indians to Canada. Wife Catharyna sole heiress and 
executrix of real and personal estste. Witnesses Johan- 
nis Becker jun., and J. Becker. Albany Co. Records, 
Notarial Papers, IL, p. 560. 



213a 

1690 
Novbr. 24 

Decbr. 27 
Dntch 



WEN DEL, Evert, of Albany City, merchant. 
Wife Elizabeth Sanders, children Susanna, Robert, 
Ephraim. Real and personal estate. Guardians of chil- 
dren bro. Johannis Wendel and Jan Herberdingh of 
N. Y. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Evert Wendel 
senior and Robert Sandersen. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, L, p. 97. 



2x33 

1691 
Norbr. 23 

Z69X-2 
Febrj. 25 



WENDELL, Johannes, of Albany City, mer. 
chant. Wife (second) Elisabeth, children by first wife 
Maritie Sillis, vizt. Elsie and Maritie, by second Abraham, 
Susanna, Catalyntie, Elisabeth, Johannes, Ephraim, Isaac, 
Sarah and Jacob. Share in Saratoga Patent, land at 
Steenarabia (now Rensselaer Co.), do at Klinckenbergh 
(South part of Albany Co.), house and lot in Albany. 
The wife sole executrix. Witnesses Bemardus Lewis and 
Gerrit Lansing, Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, p. 2. 
y 



482 



Calendar of Wills. 



ax34 

1747-8 

March 5 
Decbr. 2y 



WEMPLE, Jan, of the Mohawks Country, Albany 
Co. Wife Arjaentie, children Ryer, Isaac, Ephraim, 
John, Maria, wife of Lieut. Walter Butler jun., Rebecca, 
wife of Peter Coneyn, grandchildren John, son of dec'd 
son Myndert, Arent, son, and Catelintje, da. of dec'd 
da. Aryantie, late wife of Captain Andries Bradt. Land 
in Schenectady Township, homefarm in the Mohawks 
Country and other land there, personal property. Exec- 
utors brother Jacob Glen and Robert Sanders. Witnesses 
John Sanders, Jacobus Glen jun. and Sander Glen. Al- 
bany Co. Records, Wills, L, part 2, p. 4. 



2X35 
X7S0-X 

Jany. 18 
March a 



2x36 

1769 

May 31 



Ap 



'3W 



ax37 

OctDr. xa 

X77S 
Febry. ax 



WINNE| Daniel, of Rensselaerswyck Manor, 
yeoman. Wife Dirkie, children Pieter, Killyan, Jan, 
Frans, William, Adam, Cornelis, Altie, wife of Hendrick 
van Buren, Maria, w. of Cornelis Schermerhoorn. Real 
and personal estate. Executors sons Pieter, Killyan and 
Jan. Witnesses Johannis Gansevoort, Pieter Gansevoort 
and Jobs. R. Bleecker. Albany Co. Records, Wills, L, 
p. 264. 

WENDELL, Harmanus, of Albany City. Wife 
Catharine, sons Harmanus, Cornelius, Johannis, Jacob, 
daughters mentioned, but not named. Land at Canejo- 
harrie, between the two Canada Creeks, personal estate. 
Executors brothers-in-law Lucas and Philipp van Veghten 
and son Cornelius Wendell. Witnesses Abrm. Yates 
jun., Mathew Visscher and Christr. Yates. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, L, p. 350. 

WINNE, Douwe, of Albany City. Brothers 
Daniel and Francis Winne, sister Dirickje, wife of Guy 
Young, nieces Rebecca, da. of bro. Francis, Rachel, da. 
of bro. Jellis. Real and personal estate (a large bible 
and a large picture). Executors sister Dirickje Young, 
Wouter Knickerbacker and Abrm. ten Broeck. Wit- 
nesses Leonard Gansevoort, Elbert Willett and John ten 
Broeck. . Albany Co. Records. Will3» I., part, a, p. 15. 



Calendar of Wills. 



483 



ai38 

X774 
March 19 

1783 
Aug. 5 



ai29 

1783 

March ai 

Aug, 5 



3140 

1815 

Maya 

May 30 



3141 

1833 
Decbr. a 

Decbr. 31 



WENDELL, Annatie J., widow of Johannis E., 

of Albany City. Daughters Geese, Cateline Merselis, 
children of dec*d da. EHzabeth Wendell, vi2. Harmanis 
A. Wendell, Susan A. Wendell, John Wendell and Jacob 
Wendell, grandson John N. Visscher, John, son of Anna 
and Ephraim van Veghte. Real and personal estate. 
Executors da. Geese, sons-in-law Abm. Wendell, Gysbert 
Merselis and Nanning Visscher. Witnesses Ino. Ostran- 
der, Henry Beasley and J. Roorbach. Albany Co. Rec, 
Wills, I., part 2, p. 37. 

WENDELL, Ceesje, of Albany City, single 
woman. Nephew John N. Visscher, sisters Cathalina, 
widow of Gysbert Merselis, niece Susanna, nephews Har- 
manus A., John A. and Jacob A. sons of sister Elizabeth 
Wendell, John, son of Ephraim van Veghten. Pasture 
land in ist Ward, Albany City, farm in Tryon Co., Sacan- 
daga Patent, personal property (a silver tankard, a do, 
teapot, another do. tankard). Executors Cateline Mer- 
selis, John N. Visscher and Harmanis A. WendelL 
Witnesses Henry Truax, Henry Beasley, cordwainer, and 
Isaac Truax. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 40. 

WILLETT, Edward, Albany City. Wife Mar- 
garet, 2 children Ann Eliza and Edward. Real and 
personal estate. Executors the wife, bro.-in-law Isaac 
Hansen and John I. Ostrander. Witnesses John Lovett, 
Solomon Southwick and Andrew Cooper. Albany Co. 
Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 122. 

WEBB, Charles B., of Albany. Catherine L. 
Cogswell, sisters Elizabeth B., Francis C. and Amelia 
Webb, niece Levinia Morgan, nephew Henry C. Morgan, 
John Bloodgood, Mason F. Cogswell, brothers John H. 
and Henry L. Webb. Personal property (testators por- 
trait). Executors the two brothers. Witnesses John H. 
Webb, merchant of Hartford, Conn., and Elizabeth B. 
Webb. Proved at Hartford, Conn. Albany Co. Records, 
Wills, I., part 2, p. 144. 



484 



Calendar of Wills. 



2142 (Y I) 

«743 
Septbr. 14 

Decbr. aa 



ai43 (Y a) 

X747 
Novbr. la 

17A8 

April a 



YOUNCSi Henryiof Goshen Prect., Orange Co. 
Wife Ruth, sons Henry and Birdsey, daughter Ruth. 
Real and personal estate. Executors brothers Abimal 
and Silas Youngs. Witnesses George Colman, David 
Dayton and Danll. Everett. 

YATES, Robberty of Schenectady, Albany Co., 
merchant. Children Joseph R., Abraham, Elizabeth, 
wife of Ephraim Smith, Sarah, wife of Jacobus Mynderse, 
grandchildren Robbert, son of Joseph R., Ariantie and 
Marya, daughters of dec'd. da. Marya, late wife of 
Gerret van Antwerpen. Farm on N. side of Mohawk R. 
below Schenectady, do. on S. side near Fort Hunter, do. 
on Schohary Creek called Cadarede, houses and lots in 
Schenectady, do. in Albany, personal property (a large 
Dutch bible, a silver tankard, 2 do. cups). Executors the 
two sons. Witnesses John Dellemont, Benjamin Allen 
and Abraham Dellemont. 



"44 (Y 3) 
1760 

March 24 

1767 

Aug. 17 



"45 (Y 4) 
Z760 

April 4 

176Z 

Jany. 10 



ai46rYs) 

1760 
April 26 
June az 



YALVERTON, John, of New Windsor, Ulster 
Co., merchant. Wife Mary, son Anthony, grandson 
Abijah Yelverton. Real and personal estate. Executors 
Anthony Yelverton and the wife. Witnesses James 
Jackson of Ulster Co., skipper, John Monell and Alexr. 
Steele. 

YEOMANSi Nathanieii of Beekmans Prect., 
Dutchess Co. Wife Mary, son Elial, daughters Ruth, 
Sarah and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the wife and son. Witnesses John Haight of Crum El- 
bow Prect., yeoman, Sarah Haight and Joshua Haight. 
Copy. 

YOURKSE, Johannes, of the Fishkils, Dutchess 
Co., farmer. Wife Anne, children John, Catrena, Mary, 
Harmen. " My estate." Executors John Jewell, Peter 
Monfort and Johannes de Witt. Witnesses Stephen 
Thorn and Gerret Noortstand. 



Calendar of Wills. 



.485 



ax47 CY 6) 

1767 

Pebry. 33 

Jnne i 



YOUNCS, Henry, of Orange Co. Wife Abigail, 
son Henry, da. Unis. Homefarm, land in ''Chenecut 
Government, New England/' personal estate. Executors 
father-in-law Barnabas Horton, uncle Silas Yongs and 
Abigail Youngs. Witnesses Jediah Fuller, Hugh Hughes, 
Isaiah Howell and Phineas Rumsey, farmer. Vide, No. 
2142. 



3148 fy 7) 

a6t^Da7 
5th Month 



1770 
March 



22 



YOUEN, Benjamin, of Nine Partners, Charlotte 
Prect., Dutchess Co. The mother, cousins Charles and 
Mary Blowers. Real and personal estate. Executors 
cousins Charles and Mary Blowers. Witnesses Joseph 
Winslow of said Co., farmer, James Mott and James 
Mott junior. 



2149^8) 

ApH?i 
Jnne 28 



2150 (Y 9) 

Decbr. 13 

1785 
Decbr. 3 



YOUNGS, Abigail, widow of Henry, of Goshen 
Prect., Orange Co. (supra. No. 2147). Children Unus and 
Henry, father Barnabas Horton, whose wife's name had 
been Abigail, bro. Barebas Horton, late husband's bro. 
Birdesy Youngs. Real and personal estate. Executors 
the father, uncle Silas Horton and Archibald Little. 
Witnesses Colvill Carpenter, Matthias Gilbert of said Co., 
farmer, and James Smith. 

YEOIVIANS, Jonathan, of Haverstraw Prect., 

Orange Co., carpenter. Wife , son Jonathan and 

other children, not named. Real and personal estate. 
Executors the wife, bro.-in-law Jacobus Blauvelt and John 
Jersey. Witnesses James Waring, Elbert Onderdonck 
and James Anson. 



2151 (Y 10) 

»774 

Aug:. 15 

1783 

May 9 



YELVERTON, Anthony, of Goshen, Orange Co., 
gentleman. Daughters Mary, Hannah and Phebe. Real 
and personal estate. Executors father-in-law Abimail 
Youngs, da. Mary Yelverton, John Everett and Birdsey 
Youngs. Witnesses Balthr. de Haert, esquire, Isaac 
NicoU and Joseph Chilson. 



486 Calendar of Wills. 



Aug. 24 



"5*,<y^'^> YELVERTON, Anthony, of New Paltz Prect, 

May I Ulster Co. Wife Abigail, sons Gale and Anthony, 

.uffftu daughters Mary and Abigail, grandchildren Mary, da. of 
dec'd son Andrew, Anthony Ostrom, son of da. Elizabeth, 
heirs of da. Hannah. Real and personal estate. Execu- 
tors the wife, sons Gale and Anthony, sons-in-law Na- 
thaniel Goodspeed and William Keech. Witnesses Peter 
Drew, of said Prect., farmer, Thomas Chambers and 
Simeon Crandell. 



"53(Yii) YATES, Johannis, of Rensselaerswyck Manor, 
Decbr. 27 Albany Co. Wife Rebecca, sons Christopher, Peter, 
JvStA daughters Tryntje, wife of Anthony Briess, Annatje, 
wife of William Staats, Engeltje, wife of Cornelius van 
Schaack jun. and Rebecca Yates. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, da. Rebecca and son-in-law 
William Staats. Witnesses Jacob I. van Schayick, cop- 
per, Herman van Hosen, carpenter, both of said Manor, 
and Gerrit C. van den Bergh. 



"54 gw) YALE, Benjamin, of Paulings Prect., Dutchess 
Jnne a6 Co. Children Ozias, ** if living," Job, Thomas, Enos, 
Ang. ai Stephen, Benjamin, Uriah, Lydia and Ruth Rice. 

Worldly estate. Executors sons Enos and Stephen. 

Witnesses Alexander Kidd, David Close, Saml. Mills 

and Jehieh Weed of Fredericksburgh Prect., said Co., 

yeoman. 



"ssgria) YATES, Christopher, of Schnectady. Wife 

Augr. 33 Jannetie, children, Elizabeth, Eva, Magdalen, Joseph, 
Novbr. 14 Hendricus, Agnes, Anna, Jelles and John. " My estate." 

Executors the wife, bro. Jelles Yates, son Jelles Fonda, 
brothers-in-law Cornelius van Dyck, Johannes Peck and 
Gerrit I. Veeder. Witnesses Hunloke Woodruff, William 
Mead and Abrm. Yates jun. 



Calendar of Wills. 487 



^'^i7M '^^ YOU NGS, Abimall, of Wallkil Prect., Ukter Co., 
NoTbr. 33 yeoman. Grandchildren Abimail Y. and Frances Nicoll, 
Decbr. 15 Mary Moffat, Hanah Denton, Phebe Yelverton, John and 
William Nicoll ; Joseph Denton, John Moffat. Late wife's 
name was Phebe. Real and personal estate. Executors 
kinsman Birdsey Youngs, Silas Pierson and Ebenezer 
Woodhull, all of Orange Co., yeomen. Witnesses Fletcher 
Mathews, John McMullin and Joseph L. Conkling of said 
Co., farmers. 

VySL YEAMAN, George, of Essex Co.. N. J. Bro. 

Pebry. i Joseph Yeaman. Real and personal estate. Executor 

May 31 Capt. John Wiley of Essex Co. Witnesses John Mun, 

Cornelius Jones, both of N. J., farmers, and Nehemiah 

Wade. Recorded in Wills and Probates, Vol. I., p. .185. 

«S« YORK, Nicholas, of Schohary, Albany Co., farmer. 

Jany. 15 Wife Elizabeth, bro.-in-law Philipp Bark. Real and 

'7*3 personal estate. Executors the wife and John de Pey- 

ster. Witnesses John de Peyster, Gerard de Peyster 
jun., of Albany City, merchant, and Joh. Nich. Becker. 
Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., part 2, p. 44. 

3>|| YATES, Luickes, of Albany City, blacksmith. 

Tany. 11 Wife Sarah, bro. Abraham I. Yates. Homestead and 

rebry. 38 personal property. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses 

Thomas Cooper, Obediah Cooper and Gerrit van Saute 
jun. Albany Co. Records, Wills, I., p. 315. 

3i6orZi) ZUERICHER, Hans, of Haverstraw Prect., 

April 36 Orange Co., stone cutter. Children Lodiwick, Magdalen, 

«7«4 Elizabeth, Hannah, Nancy, Marrito, or Molly, wife of 

*^ ' Fredrick Eckert. Lots in N. Y. City, personal estate. 

Executors da. Magdelan and son-in-law Frederick Eckert. 

Witnesses Jacob Brouwer and Abraham Brouwer, both of 

N. Y. City, hatters. 



488 Calendar of Wills. 



^ll ZABRISKI, Jacob, of Hackensack, Bergen Co., 

March 30 N. J. Grandchildren Sarah Zabriski, John Lansing Za- 
jMiy%4 briski and Catherine Zabriski, children of dec'd son John, 
and grandda. Sarah Lansing, living with her grandfather 
John Lansing at Albany. Real and personal estate. 
Executors bro. Peter Zabriski, Jacob Terhune and Albert 
C. Zabriski. Witnesses Yan van der Beek, James Ber- 
tholf and Ino. Zabrisky. Recorded in Wills and Pro- 
bates, Vol. L, p. 171. 

f^ ZABRISKIE, John, of the New Bridge, Bergen 

Tune 27 Co., N. J. Wife Annatje, son John, grandchildren John, 

Octbr. 35 Benjamin and Edmund Seaman, children of dec'd da. 

Elizabeth and Edmund Seaman. Real and personal 
estate. Executors the wife, the son and son-in-law Ed- 
mund Seaman. Witnesses Peter Zabriskie, Hendrick 
Banta and Robert Morris. Recorded ut supra, p. 365. 



INDEX OF PERSONS 

(BY RUNNING NUMBER OF WILLS). 



Aartsen, Major Jacob, 1791 
Ab«el, Annatie, 23 
Ab«el, Anthony, 33 
Abeel, Catharina, 4 
Abeel, Christopher, 4 
Abeel, David, 4, 23. 772, 1847 
Abeel, Elizabeth, 456, 1378 
Abeel, Gerret, 23, 1309 
Abeel, I., 664 
Abeel, J., 1980 
Abeel, Johannes, 456, 1378 
Abccl, John, 4, 1378 
Abeel, Magdalena, 456, 1378 
Abeel, Mary, 456, 1378 
Abeel, Neeltie, 4, 23, 456 
Abeel, Neeltie van Bergen, 1847 
Abeel, Stoffel Jansen, 456, 1671 
Abeell, Johannes, 252 
Ablin, Elizabeth, 5 
Ablin, John, 5 
Abrahams, Andries, 1831 
Abrahams, Anne, 1361 
Abrahams, Emanuel, 284 
Abrahams, Isaac, 40 
Abrahams, James, 1361 
Abrahamsen, Jacob, 1669 
Abramsen, Abram, 2018 
Abramsen, Andries, 2018 
Abramsen, Anthony, 785 
Abrims Christan, 1055 
Ackarman, John, 184 
Ackerman, Andrees, 30 
Ackerman, Annatie, 26, 30 
Ackerman, Girrebrach, 30 
Ackerman, David, 26, 30 
Ackerman, Elcia, 26 
Ackerman, Gulian, 2054 
Ackerman, Johannes, 26 
Ackerman, Magdalen, 30 
Ackerman, Maria, 26 
Ackerman, Nicolas, 26 
Ackerman, Polly, 337 
Ackerman, Sarah, 30 
Ackerman, William, 26 
Ackerson, Dirck, 1005 



Ackill, James, 1410 

Ackley, Anthony, 39 

Ackley, Catharine, 39 

Ackley, Daniel, 39 

Ackley, Elizabeth, 39 

Ackley, Hannah, 39 

Ackley, John, 39 

Adam, James, 54 

Adams, Charles, 539, 1653, 165s 

Adams, James, 16 

Adams, John, 1546 

Adams, I^ambertns, 16 

Adams, Margaret, 16 

Adams, Oliver G., 615 

Adams, Piatt, 393 

Adams, Robert, 954 

Adams, William, 16, 1913 

Addison, John, 872 

Adems, Robert, 954 

Adems, Wm., 954 

Adgate, Matthew, 714 

Adget, Samuel, 975 

Adriaens, Gosen, 1022 

Adriaensen, Annegen Jans, 38a 

Adriaensen, Ilendrick, 38a 

Adriaensen, Pr., 242 

Adriance, Abraham, 15, 1 33, 480, 

1564, 1857 
Adriance, Aeltie Swartwout, 1584 
Adriance, Albert, 194 
Adriance, Altie, 133 
Adriance, Cornelius, 15, 1584 
Adriance, Ellebert, 15 
Adriance, George, 725, 1836, 1845 
Adriance, Isaac, 15, 147, 822, 1064 
Adriance, Jores, 15 
Adriance, Killetie Swartwout, 1584 
Adriance, Phebe, 15 
Adriance, Phebe van Wyck, 1845 
Adriance, Rem, 1064 
Adriance, Sarah, 15 
Adriance, Theodorus, 15, 1 584 
Adrians, Joost, 2 
Adrianscn, Abraham, I a 
Adriansen, Ellebert, 12 
Adriansen, Femmetje, 12 
Adriansen, John, la 



489 



490 



Index of Persons. 



Adriaiuen, Jora, 19 

AdriuucD, Uam, ii 

Aettten, Aeltie, i 

AeittcD, Alcph, I 

Aertien. Gebbeke, t 

Aerlien, L&mbeH, i 

Aertteo, Ruti, I 

Afternoon, Ann. K151 

Aigron, Claudius. 3 

Aird, Mrs., 1373 

Akcly, Benjamin, 355 

Aken, Aplonies Swyts, 1441 

Akin, Abraham, 31 

Akin, Elisha, 31 

Akin. Junei, 33 

Akin, Tonaiban, 3a, 183, 637 

Akin, Margaret, 31 

Akin, Mum]', 3a 

Akin, Olive, 33 

Akin, Sarah, 33 

Akb, Timolbj, 33 

Akin, ThtHuas, 31 

AkiDS, Benjamin, 1336 

Alberts, Tunilje, 95^ 

AlbcrtEC, Johannes, I3(j9 

Albertsen, Barent, I3l>8 

Albertien, Susannah Dirckx, 1268 

Albertten, Wouler, 1957, 1973 

Albeitton, Deborah, lo 

Albertion, Eliiabcth. 10 

Albeitaon, Maiy, 10 

Alberlson. Richard, 10 

Alberlson, Sarsh, 10 

Albertion, Steven, 10 

Albertson. SuianiiBb, 

Albert!.un. Willtam, i 

AlburltiE, Eliiabeth Ikdell, 103 

Alden, Major Rol>erl, 1453 

Aldrich. Enus, 28 

Aldrich, Geishom, 39 

Aldricb, Peter, ag 

Aldrich. Phebe, «j 

Aldrig, Bethiah 1603 

Alexander, Aleiander, 45 

Alexander, Ann, 45 

Alexander, Cetheiine, 37 

Alexander, Catherine Mary Poite- 

ou», 1354 

Alexander, Harriet, 45 

Alexander, T 

Alexander. J 

Alexander 

Alexander, 1 

Alexander, Mary Porteous, 1354 
Alexander, Robert, toat) 
Alexander. Ste|>hen, 45 
Alexander, Wa,, 45, 316, 1354 
Algeo, David, 44 
Algeo, John. 44 



>. 857 



r, llamel, 45 
r, James, 37 
I. Jenny, 37 
r, Joseuh, 37 
r, Maria. 45 



Algeo, Williaro. 44 

AlKeo. William. 145 

AlUioville, Chartier, 1097 

AUanioa, Richard, 6s6 

Allen, Abraham, 31 

Allen, Anna, 31 

Allen, Aaa, 31 

Allen, Benjamin, 3143 

Allen, Catren, 648 

Allen, David, 1355 

Allen, Ebenezer, 1445 

Allen, EliEha, 3044 

Allen. Elizabeth, 37 

Allen, Eira, 31 

Allen, Hannah, 17, 1433 

Allen, Hester, 37 

Allen, llonble. Samuel, 954 

Allen, Jame-i, 31 

Allen, Jane, 354 

Allen, Jolm, 37, 1178 

Allen, John W.. &4S 

Alien, Jonas, 483 

Allen. Joseph, 37, 89s 

Allen, Mary, 37 

Allen, Phitipp, 933. 3044 

Allen. Rachel White. 3133 

Allen, Rhoda, 31 

Allen, Sarah Auryoncbc. 37 

Allen, Timolhy, 607 

Allen, WfStun, 20^4 

Allen. M'illiam, 37 

Alienor, Moitlia Mnnlagne, 1179 

Alienor. Thomas. 1 179 

Allicocke. Joseph, 947 

Allicocke, Martha Jandine. 947 

Alliyer, Benjiin ■ 



Allin, 



llhiia 



170 



Ailing, tsoBC. 53s 

Allisan, Abigale. 38 

Allison, Abigail Koe, 1420 

Allison. Alice, 615a 

Allison, Aniey. 34 

Allison, Ann, 19 

Alliiion, Benjamin. 7, 9. 11. 34 

Allison. Bridget, iB 

Allison, Cornelius, 9. 19 

Allison. Deborah, aB 

Alliw>n, Elitabetti. 9, 18. aj, 34 

Allison, Edward, 11 

Alliion. George. 14 

Allison. Henry. iB 

Allison, Isaac, 9. 34 

Allison. James, 19, 45a, 766 

Allison, Jeremiali, 34 

Allison, John, 7, II, ij, 18, aj, 18, 



Index of Persons. 



491 



Allison, Keziah, 18 

Allison, Margret, 25, 34 

Allison, Martha, 35 

Allison, Marv, 17, 38 

Allison, Micnael, 939 

Allison, Nathan, 9 

Allison, Phebe, 9, 19 

Allison, Rebecca, 928 

Allison, Richard, 7, 9, 14, 18, 19, 

25. 28, 34 
Allison, Richardson, 9, 19 
Allison, Sarah, 9 
Allison, Thomas, 9, 14, 34 
Allison, William, 7, 9, 11, 25, 28, 

34. 272. 039, 1745 
Allum, William, 2ii8 
A 11 wood, John, 68 
Allyn. Capt. John, 2109 
Allyn, James, 2109 
Alrichs, Peter, 760 
Alsop, I no., 273, 1 1 15 
Alsop, John, 1115 
Alsteen, Davidys, 1990 
Alstine, Eronimns, 470 
Alstine, John, 470 
Alves, Wm., 384 
Alworth, Alice, 38 
Alworth. James, 38 
Alworth, Martha, 38 
Alworth, Mary, 38 
Alworth, Rebecca, 38 
Alworth, Sarah, 36, 38 
Alworth, Thomas, 36, 38 
Alworth, William, 36, 38 
Amberman, Richard, 647 
Amerman, Cornelia Emans, 572 
Ames, Matty, 391 
Amory, John, 13 
Amory, Mary, 13 
Anderson, Alex., 659 
Anderson, John, 760, 1088, 1 145, 

1228, 1717, 2113 
Anderson, Joseph, 706 
Anderson, Neal, 328 
Andrews, David, 180 
Andrews, Jennet, 180 
Andrews, Mebbe, 180 
Andrews, Robert, 180 
Andriance, Albert, 1900 
Andriance, Margaret van Wyck, 1900 
Andriesen, Jan, 1774 
Andros, Sir Edmund, 1472 
An ford, John, 148 1 
Angerman, Jan, 1945 
Angevine, Daniel, 1487 
Anson, James, 2151 
Anthnney, Samuel, 171 3 
Anthony, Benjamin, 862 
Anthony, John, 1090 



Antill, Anne Morris, 1121 

Antill, Edward, 1683 

Antill, John, 330 

Antill, John Collins, 330 

Antill, Margaret, 330 

Appel, A., 1978 

Appel, Ma^dalena Volkertsen, 1784 

Appel, William, 1784 

Apple, Eve, 45c 

Apple, Henry, 45c 

Apple, Margaret, 45c 

Apple, Nancy, 45c 

Apple, Susannah, 45c 

Applegate, Davison, 43 

Applegate, Elizabeth, 43 

Applegate, Joseph, 43 

Applegate, Mary, 43 

Applegate, Richard, 43 

Applegate, William, 43 

Appleton, Henry, 1253 

Appleton, John, 1253 

Appleton, Susannah, 1253 

Applin, Thomas, 2087 

A rat, Arent, 429 

Arbeiter, Johann Abraham, 1525 

Archer, Edward, 42 

Archer George, 42 

Archer, James, 42 

Archer, Jane, 42 

Archer, John, 42 

Archer, Mary, 42 

Archer, Michael, 42 

Archer, William, 42 

Archibald, David, 337 

Arden, Abiiah, 33 

Arden, Catharine, 33 

Arden, Elizabeth, 20, 33 

Arden, Jacob, 20, 33 

Arden, James, 20 

Arden, John, 20, 1009 

Arden, Mary, 20 

Arden, Samuel, 20 

Arden, Thomas, 20, 33 

Arendorph, Frederick, 636 

Armstrong, Ann Miller, 1155 

Armstrong, Archibald, 35 

Armstrong, David, 35 

Armstrong, Elcie, 35 

Armstrong, Elizabeth, 35 

Armstrong, Francis, 35, 1558 

Armstrong, Jean Borland, 172 

Armstrong, John, 35 

Armstrong, Julia, 606 

Armstrong, Margaret, 1738 

Armstrong, Martha, 35 

Armstrong, Mary, 35 

Armstrong, Robert, 35, 606, 646 

Armstrong, William, 35, 1 1 55 

Arnold, Caleb, 1475 



492 



Index of Persons. 



Arnold, Dtvid» 580 

Arnold, Elisha, 1933 

Arnold, Henry, 8 

Arnold, Isaack, 47 

Arnold, John, 8 

Arnold, Sarah, 8 

Amout, Cornelius, 32 

Araout, Deborah, 22 

Arnout, Hannah, 22 

Arnout, Jacob, 22 

Arnout, John, 22 

Araout, Lena, 22 

Arnout, Lydia, 22 

Araout, Mary, 22 

Araout, Peter, 22 

Araout, William, 22 

Arskin, Jonas, 760 

Arthur, Samuel, 1 187, 1334 

Aryaensen, Leyntie, 252a 

Ashe, Dudley, 17 

Ashfield, Elizabeth, 2120 

A»hfield, Isabella, 1121,2018 

Ashfield, Isabella, 1121 

Ashfield, Isabella Morris, 1121 

Ashfield, Lewis, 1121 

Ashfield, Mary, 1121 

Ashfield, Patience, 1121 

Ashfield, Pearse, 1121 

Ashfield, Richard, 1121 

Ashley, Mrs,, 1599 

Ashmead, Peter, 1364 

Ashton, William, 1538 

Askew, John, 1095 

Askin, Archange, 1373 

Askin, John, 1373 

Atkinson, Thomas, 888 

Atwater, Benjamin, 2080 

Atwater, Stephen, 2080 

Attchmity, Rev. Samuel, 330 

Aukes, iSowe, 1480 

Aumermann, Elbert, 11 79 

Aumermann, Pelonch Montagne, 

1 179 
Aurnold, Sarah Dekay, 457 

Austen, Ann, 24 

Austen, Isaac, 24 

Austen, Job, 24 

Austen, John, 24 

Austen, Jonathan, 24 

Austen, Phebe, 24 

Austen, Rebecker, 24 

Austen, Robert, 24 

Austen, Silas, 24 

Austen, Smith, 24 

Austin, Eusebeus, 864 

Austin, Ralph, 878 

Avery, Alpheus, 838 

Avery, Joseph, 838 

Avery, Thaddeus, 838 



Avignon, A., 394 

Aztell, Hon'ble William, 334 

Axtell, Margaret, 334 

Axtell, Mary, 41 

Axtell, William, 41 

Ayres, Daniel, 21 

Ay res, David, 21, 

Ayres, Enos, 21, 353 

Ayres, Martha, 21, 926 

Ayres, Martin, 21 

Ayres, Mary, 21 

Ayres, Mary Cooper, 371 

Ayres, Rev. Enos, 926 



B 



Bache, Ann Dorothy, 117 

Bache, Theophilact, 117 

Back, Elizabeth, 1743 

Backer, Anna, 177 

Backer, Christian, 177 

Backer, Tan, 213 

Backer, Jan Harmensen, 243 

Backer, Margaretha Clara Bere- 

wout, 213 
Backer, Peter, 653 
Backer, Petrus, 177, 1177 
Backer, Wilhelmus, 177 
Bacon, Asahel, 223 
Bacon, Daniel, 223 
Bacon, Jabez, 223 
Bacon, Jemima, 223 
Bacon, John, 223 
Bacon, Lidia, 223 
Bacqu^, Jean Baptiste, 1227 
Badaux, John, 1487 
Badeau, Isaac, 362 
Badgelly, Elizabeth Tobias, 1734 
Badgelly, Samuel, 1734 
Badger, Ebenezer, 1428 
Baer, Adam, 2101 
Baerd, Willem, 1185 
Bages, Samuel, 1056 
Bapley, Josiah, 1219 
Bailey, Abigail Pine, 1319 
Bailey, James, 401, 1309 
Bailey. John. 120, 359, 972, 1544, 

1702 
Bailey, Nathan, 1724 
Bailey, Simeon, 1366 
Bain, Alexander Mack, 1 144 
Bain, Casparus, 191 
Bain, Hannah Lesher, 1058 
Bain, James, 191 
Bain, John, 191 
Bain, Peter, 1058 
Bain, Philipp, 191 
Bain, William, 191 
Baird, Francis, 1279 



Index of Persons. 



fii^rd, Robert, 658 

BahsT, Henry, 173 

Baker. Samuel, to86 

Baker, Simon, 9073 

Balding, Geome. afio 

Balding, Joseph, a6o, 3076 

Baldwin, David, 1344 

Baldwin, Ebeneier, 561 

Baldwin, Thomu, 1344 

Ball, Alltn, 164 

Ball, Daniel, 560 

Bait, Hendrick, $27 

Ball, James, 136 

Ball, Jane. 10$ 

Ball. lolin, nfj 

Ball, KBih.-irine, 354 

Bait, Mntilis Dictt, si; 

Ball, Samuel. 305 

Ball, Sarah Mullender. II69 

Ballou, Marguerite, 1094 

Ballon, Jofan, 108S 

Balf, Am, 138 

Baly. Benjamin. 13S 

Baly, David, 1604 

Balr. Eliubeth, IjB 

Baly, Jonflthan, 13S 

Baly, ftiebe, 1407 

Bnly. Ridinnl, 13S 

Baly, Samupl. 1604 

Dsmfield, John, 1^40 

Ban. Kathren. iqi 

Bancker, Abraham, Sis 

Bancker, Adrian, 71, ais 

Bancker, Annatje Veeder, 1993 

Bancker, Cnlriena, 1993 

Bancker, CbH<ilolTer, 7 315, 30tB 

Bancker, Elisabeth, 71 

Bancker, E»ert, 71, 315, 353, Jlq, 

664, loiB, 1334 
Banckei, Gerard, 519, logl 
Bancker. Gcrnrdus, 71 
Bancker, Gerrit, ig6S 
Bancker, Jnnnclie. 71 
Bancker, Johnnnis, 71. K^jS 
Bancker. Magdalena Vpeder, l<)93 
Bancker, Thomas Brower. 1 863 
Bancker. Willem, 71 
Bancker, ^ViI1iam, 1993 
Hancmft, Catherine Oothmidl, 1393 
Bancroft, Dairid, 1393 
Bnndrr, Mnddalon Straight, 1611 
Bangs, Abner, 191 
Bangs, Rethia, iql 
Bangs, Hannah, 193 
Bangs. John. 193 
Bangs, I.ydia, 193 
Bangs, Mary, 191 
Bnn^, Samnel. 1056 
Banker. Adolpb, 137 



Banker, Annatle, 61, 137 
Banker, Capt Evert, 61. 1477 
Banker. Eliubeth. 61, 137 
Banker. Evert, 4, 344, 1378 
Banker, Gerardna. 4106 
Banker, Magdalen, 137 
Banker, Nathaniel, 137 
Banker, Sanh. 137 
Banker, Stephen, 137 
Banker, William, 61, 1735 
Banka, Abraham. 68 
Bank*, Edward, 68 
Banki, lame*, 68, 1796 
Banki, John, 68 
Banks, Joxiah, s6o 
Bank), Mary Lowarear, 106; 
Banks. William, 68 
Hanks'm, Jacnh, 3it6 
Itanln. HcndHcki. 3l63 

Ranter, Daniel, 401 

Banyar, G., 5 

Hanyar, Goldsborow, 3S6, 335, {03, 

13IS 

Banyar, Hariot, 1915 

Banyar, Martha, lai; 

Banyar, Wm., 405 

Banyer, EUiabeth Mortler, 131$ 

Barbarin, Noet John, $39. >444< 

1653 
Barber, David F., 734 
Barber, Marfe KatI, 971 
Barber, Patrick, 149, 988, 1357, 

'759 
Barberie, Eliiabeth, 60 
Barberie. Frances, 60 
Barberie, John. 60 
Barberie, Peter, 60, 948 
Barbier. Franfois, 741 
Ttarbier, Ilen^. 741 
Barbor, Arthur, 1063 
Barclay, Andrew. 117. 174 
Barclay. Ann, 117 
Barclay, Catherine, 117 
Barclay, Charloiie Amtlia. 117 
Barclay. Helena, 117 
Barclay. Helena RooKvelt, 1446 
Barclay. Ilenty, I17, 174 
Barclay, J nmea. 117, 350 
Barclay, John. 174 
Barclay. Margaret. 117. 174, 1B8 
Barclay, Rev. Henry, 117 
Barclay, .Sarah, 117 
Barclay, Thomas, 1 17 
Barclry. Harriet. BSq 
Barcley. John. 8S9 
Barcley, John Mortimer, B89 
" ' '' -r, 889 



Index of Persons. 



Bwhejrl, Rebecca, 246 

Bmrfaeyt, Woutet, 

Btrhej'l, Barenl, 57 

Bud, John, 33i, 779 

Bard, loMph, 1387, 191a 

Bud, Muy, 331 

Bard, Sunnel, 331 

BucDtien, Gyibi-rt, 1953 

BueaUcD, Helena vao der Poc), 

1794 
Barenlsen, Jan, 17^ 
Bareway, Gettruy, 1396 
Bareer, Francis, 34 
BuEydt, Thomas, 603 
Baridienau, Mr., i3iB 
Buk, PMIipp, aist 
Birkar, Coa}' Brownson, 169 
Barkens. Witllam, 157 
Barker, Eli^beih Spavold, 1654 
Barker, Freelove, 1138 
Barker, Jamei, 104S, 1654, 1917 
Barker, Jane, 170, 731 
Buker, las., 303 
Barker, John, 166, 170, 763 
Buker, Patience, 3071 
Buker, Samuel, 131, 1138 
Barker, Sarah, 1740 
Barker, Suky, 170 
Barker, SuMnn^, 166, 170 
Buker, Thomas, 704, 1493 
Buker, William, 166, 170, 443, 69s 
Bukley, JaniM, 1181, 1309, 1526 
Barkley, Tean, sol 
Bukley, John, 301, 364 
Bukley, Nathan. 301 
Bukley, Samuel, 301 
Bukley, William, 301 
Bulow, Abigail, 133 
Bulow, Ebeneter, 333 
Bulow, Ino., 935 
Barlow, John, 391 
Bulow, Moses, 94a 
Barlow, Sarah Crocker, 391 
Barmore, Nath'l, 1141 
Bun, Daniel, 695 
Bunes, Anthony, S3 
Barnes. George, 731 
Barnes, Teams, S3 
Barnes, John, 137, 196 
Barnes, Mugit, 83 
Barnes, Mary, 196 
Bamo, Sarah, 137 
Barnea. Suey, 83 
Bunes, William, S3 
Bametl, Benj'n, S73 
Barns, Sarah, 143 
Bami. William, 513 
Bamum, Aior, 164 
Bunum, Eliahim, 164 



Bamum, Em, 164 
Bunum, Hannah, 164 
Bamum, Jonah, 164 
Bamum, Joshua, 164, 591, 1J4S 
Bunum, Noah, 164 
Barrack, John, 1578 
Barrea, John, 3114 
Buret, Eliiabelh, 351 
Buret, John, 46 
Barret, Peter, sjl 
Barret, Samuel, 46 
Buret. Thomas, 3jl 
Burilt, Calbalyntie Bralt, 33S 
Barritt, William, 338 
Barry, George, 763 
Bury, Johii, 763 
Bany, Thos., 1171 
BartclmcuB, Johon. 1I7S 
Barlel^n, Oeriit, 1376 
Bartholff, Criness, 179 
BanliolR. Guliam, 179 
Rutholtl, Henry, 179 
BartliolR, Jat-obus, 179 
Barlhoin, Matiiiechee, 171) 
BartbotR, Peter, 179 
Barthoir, Stephen, 179 
ilorllet Samuel Ii>S 
Ifarllctt, Mercy Seely, 1563 
Bartlej, James, (.64. 1616 
Butley, John, 1616 
Barlo, iicnjamin, 300 
Uarto, John, 300 
Barton, Anna, ai3 
Barton, Burent, 313 
Barton, Benjamin, 115, ai3 
Barton, Caleb, ii; 
Barton, Eligey, 115 
Barton, Elisabeth. 313 
Barton, Henry, ai3 
Barton, James, 3t3 
Barton, Jeremiah, 895 
Barton, John, 1356 



Barton, Millisan, tlj 

Barton, Noah, 1681^ 

Barton, Kaclicl, 115 

Barlon, Itogcr, 115 

Barton, Rogr., 573 

Barton, Sarah, llj 

Barlon, William, US 

Bartow. Elirabeth Brownejohn, 214 



. Inc 



140S 



Sartow, John, 313a, 671 

larluw, loseph, 334 
Uattow, Thomas, 194.3 
Bartram, Jan, 334 
Bary, L>avid, 1043 
Baacom, Betaey Hatch, 903 



Index of Persons. 



Bueler, Ann, igj 
Bueler, Elisabeth, 195 
Bascler, Frederick, 19J 
Baselei, M*r(^relhs, 19S 
Bueler, Maria, rg; 
Baslncr. Ilendrik, 195 
Bass, Abram, 431 
Bau, Joliannis rielerscn, 4 
Bamel, Lydia, 1355 
Bauel, Michael, 3 
Bauett, Ann linn, 904 
Baisett, Renoni, 333 
Banett, Cinthia, 333 
Basaetl, David, 333 
Basselt, Eliia, 331 
Bnssclt, (icorge, 333 
Bassett, Hiram, 333 
Bassett, Lmira, 333 
Bnssctt, Li His, 931 



Baisett. Nit than, 333 
BaEsetl. Nebemiah B., 351 
Basset I. Otis, 333 
Bassett. Rev. John. 904. 9D5 
Bassed, Rowland, 333 
Bassett. Thomas, 33a 
Bnssetl, William, 333 
Basliaens. Jan. 4lJa 
DiiitiBenscn, Harma. 1379, 1807 
Batchelor, Eliiabeth. iJSfi 
Dale. I]nn, 1683 



I. Salm 



1, 104 



Bath. CouTilessof, I3S7 
Batten, Edmund, 557 
Batten, Ino.. $57 
Bat I in. Colonel William, 763 
Batty. David, 103, 373, Big 
Batty. John, 37a 
Batly, Richard, 1076 
Bauer. Caspar, 1545 
Baugh. Edmund, 3Sg 
Baumes, Conranl, 2078 
Baur, Adam, fioj 
Banrhity, Waller, 603 
Baiter, Jolin, logl 
Baiter. Jonathan, 1767 
Bailer, Mary, 7'* 
Baiter, R<^r, 1778 
Bay John, 1197. >88g 
Bayard, Calharine Liv' 
Itayard, Ilillegonde dc 
Bayard. John, 5B 
Bayard. Margaret, 84 
Bayard, Nicholas, 84, 117, 1868 
Bayard, Rebecca, 160 
Bayard, Robert, 84 
Bayard, Samuel, 84, ibo, >saa,i484, 
1766 



Bayard, William, B4, 1444 

Baydeman, Simon, 1331 

tlayeux, Thomas, 357 

Bayles, Catherine, 86 

Baylea, Daniel, 86 

Baylea, David, 96 

Baylea, Deborah, 116 

Baytet, Eliat, 86, 96 

Baylea, Jonathan, lt6 

Bayles, Joseph, 86 

Ilayles, Justus, 86 

Bayles, Lurania, 116 

Bayles, Mary, 96 

Bayles, May, 86 

Baylea, Nathaniel. 96, 68B 

Baylea. Phebe, 86 

Bayles, Richard, It6 

B^iylet, Ruhemis, It6 

Baytes, Samuel, 96, 116 

Bejiles, Sarah, 96 

Bayles, Tabitha, g6 

Bayky, Charlotte Amdia, l>03 

Bayley, Jamea, 973 

Bayley. Mehitabel, 1337 

Baylej, Riclmrd, loSi 

Bayley, Thomas Bntterworth, 375 

Baylie, Deborah Wood, 3o6S 

Baylic, John, tooo 

Bayne, Alexandei. 1 144 

Baten, Thomas, 316 

Beach, Abnn., 1366 

Beach, Allen. 714 

Beach, Theophilus, 136S 

Beadeau, Peter. 363 

Beadell, Daniel, 153 

Beadell, Eleanor, 153 

Beadell, Elizabeth, 1B3 

Beadell, Hannah, 153 

Beadell, John, 153 

Beadell, Jose. 153 

Beadell, Sarah, 153 

Beadell, William. 153 

Bcakman, Johantiis, 69 

Bcittn, William, 1044, 1741 

Bcannan, MaTS««l. ao4 

Bcarman, William. 304 

Bears, John, 86, g6 

Bcaslcy, Henry, 504, 3138.3139 

Bcasley, John, 7^4, 770, 1813 

Bcaty. Fmncis, 173 

Beaty, Samuel, 173 

Beatly. Alexander, 149 

Bealty. Ann. 159 

Beatty. Archibald, 149, 1559 

Beatty. Arthur, 149, 437. Ml, ISS9 

Bealty, BaU, jg 

Beatty, Charies. S9 

Beatty, Elfiabeth, 159 



496 



Index of Persons. 



Beatty, Francis, 159 
Bwlly. iMetie, S9 
Beuty, John, 141), ijg 
Beatly, l.illjr, 149 
Be»tty, H>iy, 149, 154 
Bcatty, Robert, 59, 159 
Beatty, Thomu, 159, 70a, 
Beatly, William, 149 
Beaver, Robert, aoai 
Beb«e, Anne, Z4ga 
Bebee, ElUalielli, 3491 
Bcbee, ElnaiUou, 241^ 
Bebee, Mannafa, 349a 
Bcbee, Hajisan, 2081 
Bebee, Jemima, a49a 
Bebee, Jenuha, 349a 
Bebee, Lncielia, 349a 
Bebee, Samuel, 3498 
Bebee, Silu, 349a 
Bebee, Theo^hiliu, 349a 
Beck, Angel lie, 64 
Beck, Anna, 64 
Beck, Caleb, 64, 1051, iii 

199*. »W 

Beck, Callierine Theresa, 45 
Beck, Elisabeth, 3094 
Beck, John, Z3S 
Beck, William. 75 
Becker, Andriex, 313 
Becker, Annalie Cregiet, 410b 
Becker, Antonetta van Kleeck, 1S93 
Becker, Dirck. Soj 
Becker, Eva ilogin, Boj 
Becker, Gnnei A., aojs 
Becker, Geertniy llieronimns, 343 
Becker, J., 409, 747, 1104, 1378, 

"969. l9Ja. 1977, 2131 
Becker, Jacob. 1893, 
Becker, Jan, 344, 16^, ig/i?, 1978, 
Becker, Juctiim Wesseken, 343 

Becker. Joh. Nich,. 



■SSS. 



Becker, }i 

1974, 30S6, 3131 
Becker, Martina, 344 
Becker, Victoor, 4106 
Beckers, Antje, 961 
Beckers, Countesi of, 1357 
Deckel, Rlizabelh Drake. 544 
Brckman, Hemlr,, 19BB 
Bedel, Joseph, 1338 
Dedell, Anne. 101 
Bedell, David, io3 
Bedell, Elias. 103 
Bedell, Elizabeth, to3 
Bedell. Hannah, loa 
Bedell, Tacob. 103 
Bedell. Ma^aret, 103 
Bedell, Mary, 103 
Bedell, Pbebe, io3 



7(7, 957. 



Beddl, Wm., 17 
UedeU, John, 1900 
Bedford, Amood, 760 
Bedford, John, 76a 
Bcebc, Ann, 193 
Beebe, Dorcai, 193 
Heebe, Daniel, 193 
Beebe, David, 193 
Beebe, John, 193 
Heebe, Lorania, 193 
Beebe, Martin, 193 
Beebe, Mary, 193 
Beebe, Khode, 193 
Beebe, Kiutel, 193 
Beebe. Sarah Silva, 193 
Beebe, Triphen 



Bee 

Beeckman, Adrii 



s. 16 

>376 



Beeckman, Dcbora van Schaick, 

1996, 1999 
Beeckman, Efei. 73 
Beeckman, Geertruyd. 160 
Beeckman, Gerardui, 4, 1378 
Beeckman, Gooae van Schaick, 1999 
Beeckman. Grace, J 
Beeckman, Hendrick, 73 
Beeckman, Heniy, 160 
Beeckman, Hester. C6 
Beeckman, I no, 1380, 1833 
Beeckman, Jacob, (16. 73 
Beeckman. Jannetie, 66 
Beeckman, Joliaiiuis, 66, 73, 268. 

1670. 1785, 1996 
Beeckman, John, 67S 
Beeckman, John M,, 174 
Beeckman, Maghtel, 7a 
Beeckman, Machtell Shermerhouin, 

1670 
Beeckman, Sarah Cuyler, 368 
Beeckman, Wm., 880, 1961 
Beekman, Abraham, 135, 314 
Iteekniaii, Alida, 63, 97, 347 
Beekman, Anim Swils, 18^14 
Beekman, Catherine, 97, IJS 
Beekman, Calrina, 93 
Beekman, Christian, 176 
Beekman, Cornelia, 135 
Beekman. Cornelius, 97, 1154 
Beekman, David, 1906 
Beekman. Deborah, 93, 1834 
Beekman, Dcliorah Hansen, 767 
Beekman, Elizabeth. 97, 314, 1831 
Beekman, Kliiabclh Mathews, iso) 
Beekman, Elizabeth Reiiamlel. 1451 
Beekman, Eva, 63, 87,93, ^7 
Beekman. Fletcher M.. U}S 
Beekman, Gerard G., 1906 



Index of Persons. 



497 



Beekman, Gertrdai, ijj 
UeekmKD, Gemrd W.. 914 
B«ekm>n, Gennijd, 139 
Beekman, Hcndrick, 1S64 
Beekman. Flenriciu, 171^1 
Beekman, Henry, 63, 93. 3li), 047, 

I030, 1306. 1393 
Beekman, Henry W., 19S 
Beekman, Helena. 63 
Beekman, Hillena, 347 
Beekman, Jacob, 63, 93, 347, 767, 

'794 
Beekman, Jsme*, 13s, iqS, 314, 

Beekman, Jamet J., 1333 
Beekman, Janatie, »17 
Beekman, Jane KetleUs, 993 
Beekmnii, Jntinnna, Cia, 314, 347 
Beekman, Johannis, 6a, 87, 93, 97, 

247. 749. 80s. ">"7. '7»7. 1834 
Beekman, Johannis Janaen,63, 347 
Beekman, John, 79, 93, 176, 779, 

3036 
Beekman, John H., 1934 
Beekman, John Ja., 1607 
Beekman. John M., 1864 
Beekman, Maf^alen, 135, 114 
Beekman, Molly, 97 
Beekmnn, Marprit, 114, 339, loaa 
Beekman, Maria Sandeis, 1607 
Beekman, Martlie, 63, 97, 147 
Beekman, Martin, 6a, 347, 971 
Beekman, Maiy, 135, 314 
Beekman, Neeltie, 63, 347 
Beekman. Samnel, 176, ril7 
Beekman, Sarah. 198 
Beekman, Sarah J., 1333 
Beekman, Suunna, 6>, 247 
Beekman, Theophihu, 176, 19S. 

Beekmnn, ThomS!>, 79, 97, 176, 198, 

4lf'. 439.453. 45^ 
Beekman, Ver<t(ne Eiwoilh, 198 
Beekmnn, Wiiiiam, 13s, IT4, 139 
Beer. AHnm, 596 
llccrs, Abraham, aiS 
Been, Amy, 3iS 
Been, Andrew, 3tB 
Been, Calherine, 3iS 
Been, Catherina Maria, aiB 
Been, Cyrenina, 3iS 
B«ers, James. 895 
Been, Jolm Sterling, 318 
Been. Oiiver, aiB 
Been, Rachel, aiB 
Beers, Samnel, 31 B 
Beers, Wm. P., 333 
Bcheunce, Thoma«, 1397 
Bekker, Catiina Knietkem, looi 



BekkcT, Jooct, looi 
Belcber, Jamea, 380 
Belden, Abegal, 300 
Belden, Eliiabctli, Mo 
Belden, Jane. 300 
Belden, Janclie, TOO 
Belden, Kaltine, 300 
Belden, Lowram, 300 
Belden, Maipret, 1330 
Belden, Mary, 300 
Belden, Sarah Green, 6S9 
Belden, Silas, 3oo 
Belding, KeT. Joahna, 1599 
Beiinger, Sophta Lawyer, lOJS 
Belinger, JeotI, 103 j 
Belknap, Aaron, 1375 
Belknap, Darld, 338 
Belknap, Isaac, 1G3, 536, 3049 
Belknap, John, 163 
Belknap. Jonathan, r6s 
Belknap, Joseph. l6a, 3049 
Belknap, Sarah, 163 
Belknap, Thomas, 163,641 
Bell, AbiEflil, 143 
BeB, AnnH. 143. 849 
Bell, Benjamin, 143 
Bell, Deliverance, 143 
Bell, Ucorge Henry, 5:3 
BeB, Hanjoost. 849 
Bell, jDrry Henry, 849 
Bell, Mar 



I, Mat 



. 849 



Bell, Nicholas, s>i. 84? 
BeB, Robert, 143, 
Bell, William. 143. ao6 
Bellinger, Frederick, 133 
Bellinger, Johs,, 7c)S 
Bellinger, Johannis Peter, 636 
Bellinger, Joat, 177S 
Bel linger, reter, S51 
Dellinger, Thomns, taj 
Ilellos. John, ao8 
Bemon, Samuel, 1546 
l!end, John, 619 
Bender, Hcndrick, 1563 
Benedict, Ebeneur, I4>5 
Benedict, Lydia Bacon, 213 
Benedict, Thomft!, rosO 
Benjamin, Bethia, 3oS 
Benjamin. Christian, 466 
Benjamin, Eliubeth, 3oS 
Benjamin, Hannah, 208 
Benjamin, Jonathan, >oS 
Ben amin, I'hehe, 3o8 
Benjamin, Knchel, 208 
Benjamin, Sarah, 308 
Benjamin, Silas, 466 
Bennel, Anna Buck, IJS 
Beonet, Mary, 80 



498 



Index of Persons. 



Bennet, Richard, 80 

Bennett, Abigail, 74 

Bennett, Henery, 74 

Bennett, Jobannis, 74 

Bennett, Joseph, 233 

Bennett, Robert, 74 

Bennett, Robert O. K., 561 

Bennett, William, 74 

Bennewy, Peter, 996, 1788 

Benaen, Dirk, mo 

Bensing, Catarina, 1772 

Bensing, Dirk, 1772 

Bensing, Johannis, 1772 

Bensing, Maria, 1772 

Bensing, Sampson, 1772 

Benson, Carel, 187 

Benson, Cornelia, 187 

Benson, Cornelius, 187 

Benson, Egbert, 519, 1742 

Benson, J^annis, 187 

Benson, Robert, 1066 

Benson, Wm., 2051 

Bentley, Tillinghast, 353 

Benton, David, 2066 

Benton, Sarah Winckel, 2066 

Berewout, Aaghie, 213 

Berewout, Frederick, 213 

Berewout, Jan. Frederick, 213 

Berewout, Maria Catharine, 213 

Berewout, Mary du Peyron, 213 

Bergen, Griet je Bennett, 1 505 

Bergen, Isaac, 1299 

Berpen, Jacob, 1022, X505, 1531, 
1 691 

Bergh, Catharine Van Bunschoten, 
1903 

Bereh, Christian, 1903. 

Berkenmeyer, Benigna Sibylla, 76, 
168 

Berkenmeyer, Rev. William Christo- 
pher, 76, 1302 

Berkhoven, Abraham, 48 

Berkhoven, Adam, 48 

Berkhoven, Adam Brower, 48 

Berkhoven, Adolphus, 48 

Berkhoven, Aeltje, 48 

Berkhoven, Anna, 48 

Berkhoven, Fytie, 48 

Berkhoven, Helena, 48 

Berkhoven, Jacob, 48 

Berkhoven, Magdalena, 48 

Berkhoven, Marv, 48 

Berkhoven, Mathys, 48 

Berkhoven, Nicholas, 48 

Berkhoven, Peter, 48 

Berkhoven, Rachel, 48 

Berkhoven, Sarah, 48 

Berkhoven, Vroutie, 48 

Berkhoven, William, 48 



Berlange, Bragelougne, 553 

Berrian, John, 1856 

Berrie, jacomyntje van Pelt, 1505 

Berrie, Samuel, 1505 

Berry, Henry, 1933 

Berry, John Nichols, 878 

Bernr, Peter, 14 14 

Bertholf, James, 2161 

Bertholf, Samuel, 179 

Besly, Bartholomew, 330 

Best, George, 1175 

Best, Herman, 197, 1176 

Betagh, Edmond, 161 

Betts, Alice, 46 

Betts, Hittabell, 46 

Betts, Hopestr., 46 

Betts, James, 131 7 

Betts, John, 46 

Betts, Samuel, 46 

Betts, Samuel R., 1375 

Betts, William, 46, 1846 

Betzer, WiUem, 1045, 11 50, 131 5 

Bevier, Abraham, 85, 105, 118, 576, 

1795 
Bevier, Andrew, 105 
Bevier, Andrew Jobannis, 105 
Bevier, Antje, 152 
Bevier, Capt. Jobannis, 1877 
Bevier, Catherine, 502 
Bevier, Cathrintie, 118 
Bevier, Cornelia, 105 
Bevier, Cornelius, 476 
Bevier, David, 513 
Bevier, Elias, 152 
Bevier, Elisabeth, 105 
Bevier, Esther, 85 
Bevier, Isaac, 85, 476 
Bevier, Jacob, 105, 152, 476 
Bevier, Jacobus, 152 
Bevier, Jacomintjie, 118 
Bevier, Jannetjie, 152 
Bevier, Johannes, 85, 476, 1180 
Bevier, Lewis, 979 
Bevier, Lodewick, 476 
Bevier, I^uis, 85, loi, 476, 674 
Bevier, Magdalena, 118 
Bevier, Margriet, 85, 118 
Bevier, Margaret Eltinge, 576 
Bevier, Mane, 85, 105, 118, 152 
Bevier, Mary Dubois, 476 
Bevier, Matthew, 105 
Bevier, Philipp, 85, 476 
Bevier, Rachel, 105 
Bevier, Samuel, 85, 105, 152, 625, 

778 
Bevier, Sarah, 118, 152 
Bevier, Solomon, 118 
Beviere, Ragel Vernooy, 1795 
Bevin, Joseph, 1035 



Index of Persons. 



Ilextei. Mary Folk, 641 

Dexter, Thomu, G41 

Dibbj, Rebecca, 738 

Oibbj, Thomas, 738 

Dibles and other booki betineathed : 
IS. 54. 167. 17'. 'Si- "87, Jl3a. 
330, 366, 45B, 4f,e, 570. S77. 
578, 579. 626. 64f', 773. 784, B06, 
8a7, 95". 9'*. 970, 987. 1047. 
loss, 1087, 1130, H7S. 1'77. 
laSi, 1399. 1441. 1503. IS65, 
1567, isRi, ijgi, 1661, iCiSS. 
1691, i6q8. 1735, 1736, 1737, 
1778. 1810, 1816, 1824, 1841, 
1848, 1B60, 1B89, igoi, 1910, 
1931, 3oo8, aoas, 3036, SOS7. 
3071, 3086, 3137, 3143 

Rice, Comeltn, 190 

Btce, Covey, 190 

Bice, Henry 190 

Bice, John, 190 

Bice, MBr|>Bret. tgo 

Bickprlcin, Ino., 10 

Bicklej, Elimlicth, 54 

llickley. Mar, 54 

Itiilden, RicharH, 304fi 

Jlierhausen, loliannes, 849 

Biggs, David, 1134 

BiREtcy, Mary, 36 

Biles, WilH«m. 763 

Bill. John, 1637 

Ittllcr (Billow), Jncoh, 431 

Billow. Ann de Bonrcpos, 431 

Billow, RBchel, 431 

Birch, ThoniBS. 375 

Bird, Clarence, 331 

Bird, John, 331 

Bird, John Hampden, 931 

Bird, Samael, 171s 

Sirdsell, John. 591 

Birds Eye, Samael. 686 

Tiirdiilt, Zepheninh, 799 

Riscon, Isaac, $0 

Bishop, Martha, 107 

Bishop, Mary. I07 

Bishop, Thomas. 107 

Bissel, T)iantha Norton, ti66 

Ri«tel. Kliphnr, 1366 

RisscI, KitniceC, 1166 

Bissel. Henrr W., H66 

Binel, rhebe, E., 1366 

llissel, Samttel Norton, 13O6 

Bilcerscn. William, iiSS 

BitcheT, Cartie, 171 

Bitcher, Catharine, 171 

Bitcher, Greelie, 171 

Bilcher, Jenny, 171 

Bilchcr, John, 171 

Bitcher, Margree, 171 



Bitcher, William, 171 
Bitiier, Wm., 138 
Bityer, Adam. 118 
Bityer, Catharine, 138 
Bilyer, Eliiabelh, 138 
Bityer, Geertie. 118 
Bityer, Jacob, i04S, 1549 
Bityer. Marilje, 138 
Sivins, John, 737 
Ulaan, Waldron, 503 
BUclt, Ann, lliq 
Black. John. io«')3. 17*8 
Blnckford. Richard, 638 
Uckahsw, Mary. 763 



Blac 



veil, •. 



:. 67f. 



BlHfrge, E.,418 
BlaeEe, Edward, 410 

Blain, Ann, 78 
Blain, Calhrenah, 78 
Blain, Eliubelh, 78 

Blain, John, 78, 1558 

lllain. Kathcrine WccEncr. OOtJ 

Blain. Margaret, 78 
Blain. Thomas, 78, 3017 
Blain, William, 78, 1558 
Ulair, France*, ato 
niair, Frances vtn llook, ato 
Blair, Gardner 1463 
Blair, Rev Samuel, 3 10 
Blair, William Lawrence, 31 o 
Itlnke, John, IJ09, siog 
Hloke, Jonathan, 2065 
Blitkc, Thomas, 557 
Dlnker, Rutl, 68 

BUmeless, Elizabeth Klappcr, 9B7 
Ginmeless. Richard, 987 
Illnmles, Mary, 1310 
Itlnnc, Johannes. 1112 
lllinchan, Annalie. 136 
BUnchnn, Brocliev. 13(> 
Blancbsn, Calhenne. I3{i 
lilanchan. Jntob. 136 
Blnnchnn, Johannis, 136 
Hlanchnn, Matlheus. 136 
Blanchan, Malteys, 3031 
BlandiHfci. Anlhony, 3i23 
Blanchard. Anthony I.. 3133 
lllanchard, Elcnor, J$ 
Blanchard, Ellen Jane, 3iS3 
Blanchard. Elizaberh, 75 
Blanchard, Francis, 75, 3ii 
Blanchard, Hamilton, 3134 
lllanchard, Hesekiah. 7S 
Blanchard. James, sii 
Blanchard. James Francis. 3113 
Blanchard, John, 75, 3123 
Blanchard. Mnry Willinms, 313} 
Blanchard, Mcliilnbel. 7; 
Blanchard, WiBlamt, 9133 



500 



Index of Persons. 



Blane, Peter, 717 
Blantbin, Jacob, tooa 
DlanshsD, Matthew, loaa 
Blu*, Ani^a Fini^EF, 644 
BUu, Calharine Finger, fi+J 
Blui, Jacob, (;44 
Blwii, JolianDis, 644 
Bliu, Peter M., G44 
BUn, Filter, 1004 
Bbttner, Christopher, 197 
BUtlncr, Frederick, i<)7 
Bkttner, Hendrick, 197 
Blallner. luac, 197 
BUttner, Jacob, 197 
BUttner, Johan Thjfs, 197 






■IV, 



Blattner, Marift SibiUa, 197 
filallDcr, Philipp, 197 
BUufeldt, Annatie, 81 
Blaufeldt. Cutrena, Si 
BUuteldi, Daniel, 81 
Blaufeldt, David. Bt 
BUufeldt, Elesebcdl, 81 
Blaufeldt, Jacabui, 81 
Blaufeldt, JobannU, Si 
Blaufeldt, Maria, 81 
Blaufeldt, Marregrelie, 81 
Blaufeldt, Sarah, 81 
BlauTcldt, Abraham, 112, Ijl 

1S5, 1199 
Blauvell, Ann. 151 
Blaavelt, Annetje, 49^ 
Blauvell, Bridget, 1B5 
Blauvelt, Catharina, lis 
Biauvelt, Comeliui, 113, iSj 
Blauvelt, David, it3 
Blauvell, Elii«betb, lia, 151 

335 
Blauvelt, Harmanui, iiqq 
Blauvell, Isaac, IS'. >35 
Blauvelt, luac Isaac, IBs 
Blauvelt, Jacob, iji, 181 
Blauvelt, Jacob A., 496 
Blauvelt, Jacob Isaac, 151 
Blauvelt, Jacobus, ii3. iji, 

1730, 2150 
BUnvelt, Jacobus D*., izoi 
Blauvelt, johanias, 187, 1754 
Blauvelt, Johannes, til, Igl, 181 
Blauvell, Johannes 1)., iia 
Blauvelt, Johannes l!>aac, 59O 
Blauvelt, John, ijl 
Blauvelt, Margreetie. iBi 
Blauvelt, Mana, II3 
Blauvelt, Mary, 151 
Blauvell, Peler, 151 
Blauvell, Petnis. lBt,sgo 
Blauvelt, Richard, 1079 
Blauvelt, Sarah, 1079 



1721, 



Blauvell, Teunli, 151, S026 

Blauvelt, Ytack Ab., 1016 

BUuw. Uldericb, 146; 

Hlavell, Jacobui, 963 

Blawfelt, Abraham, 69 

Blawfelt, Altba, 69 

Blawfelt, Analia, 69 

Blawfelt, Daniel, 69 

Blawfelt, Elizabeth, 69 

BUwfell, Frederick, 69 

Blawfelt. Garret, 69, 70 

Blawfelt, Hendrick, 69 

Blawfelt, Honnca, 69 

Blawfelt, Isaac, 70 

Blawfelt, Johannes Josephson. 1149 

Blawfelt, Joseph, &g 

Blawfelt, Lena, 70 

Blawfelt, Maiithe, 70 

Blawfelt, Martha, bg 

Blawvelt, Abraham, 65 

Blawvelt, Amarence, 6$ 

Blawvelt, Elizabeth, 65 

Blawvelt, Greclje Tallumao, 16^ 

Blawvelt, Gretie, 65 

Blawvelt, Isaac, 65 

Blawvelt, Jacob, 6s 

Blawvelt, JobaQne*, 65 

Blawvelt, Marritie, 6; 

Blawvelt, YannaU Tallaman, 1694 

Blaynejf, John, 3I03 

Bleecker, Annatje, 140 

Bleecker, Anthony, 340 

llluccker, Antic, 340 

Bleecker, Barcnt, 33 B, 505, BJ3, 904, 

leei 

Bleecker, Blandina. aaS 
Bleecker, Capt. Jiibanois, 1469 
Bleecker, Catelina Cuyler, 307 
Bleecker, Elizabeth, 337 
Bleecker, H., 3S9, 1373 
Bleecker, Hendrick, 94, 307, 716 
Bleecker, jacoli, 340 
Bleecker, Jiinjaii^ti, 407, 566, 1378 
Bleecker. Ino. R lii, B05, S53, 

904. 1887, 1997. '9'« 
Bleecker, Ino. Ruiie, 1776 
Bleecker, Jahaone«,a8 1 
Bleecker, Johannis R., iM 
Bleecker, Johannis Kutger, 1496 
llleecker, Joh.. R. 3135 
Uleecker, Jobs. Rulien. 902, iSoj 
Bleecker, John, 23S 
Bleecker, John R,, 93, i>4, 33R, 5(15 
Bleecker, John Rutsen, 3>)j 
Uleecker, Maragrila, ^ 
Bleecker, Maria, 338 
Bleecker, Nee I tie, 8 Bo 
Bleecker, Nicolaei, 94, 338, 3s8, 

388, 8S0, 1496, 16B6 



Index of Persons. 



BleecfccT, Peter Edmondi, 198 

BleeckcT, K., igag 

Bleecker, Rute«. 61, 71, 94, 338, 

33S, 15S, 618, 756, B4S. B53, go3. 

1369, 1496, 1675, 1677, 1678, 1794. 

1 386, 1990 
Bleecker, Sarah, 33B, 330 
Bleecker. Svbrant, 330 
Blenderlealh, Janet Smith, 1653 
Blenderlealh, John, 1&53 
Blew, Anthony, 1536 
Blieut, Riicut, S51 
Bilker, Eliubet RUat*, 1319 
Bliker, Johnnn, ijig 
Slisi, relnliah, G14 
Bloem, George, 391 
Bloeiiiendahl, Maes, 1S09 
Bloemendal, Atbartoi, 1143 
Bloemendal, CorneKoi, 1143 
Bloemendal. Gertnijp, 1143 



Blomendal. John. itoS 
Bjomendal. Mau. 349 
Bloodgood, Eve, 311 
BlooHgood, F., 174 
Bloodgood, Fritncil, 333 
Bloodgood, Jamei. 331 
Bloodgood, John, 1141 
Bloodgood, William. 3ii 
Bloodworth, Mary, 1353 
Bloodworth. Timithj, 1353 
Bloom, Ceorge, 1160 
Bloom, Isaac, 3099 
Bloom, Mai|>nrct Montron, 1160 
Bloom, Phemmetie, 133 
Bloomendal, tii Maesen 
Bloomendal, Albertus, 249 
Bloomendal, Cornelia Maaie, 349 
Bloomendal, Comelini, 349 
Bloomendal, Gertruj, 349 
Bloomendal, Jacob, 349 
Bloomend*], Jan, 349 
Btoomendalc, Moses, 1994 
Bloomer, Abigail, 631 
Bloomer, John, 1136 
Uloomer, Joseph. 1136, 1137 
nionmer, Pliebe, 631 
Blount, Honble. William, 136s 



Blower*. Charles, 114S, 
Blonen, Man, 3148 
Blunt, Comefm Crocker, 391 
Blunt, David, 391 
Bockee, Abraham, rsg 
Dockee, Annatle, 139 
Bockee, Jacob, 139, 655 
Bockee, Mary, 139 



Bockee, William, 465 

Bockheut, Jacob, 374 

Bockhout, Abraham, 131 

Bockhoat, Hetter, 131 

Bockhout, Jacobus, I3r 

Bockhout, Johannia, 131 

Bockhout, Margriet, 131 

Bockhoul, Marj, 131 

Bockhout, Naniie, 131 

Ilockhout, Pieter, 131 

Bwldie, Annilie Pna, 1399 

lioiiaie, Daniel, 1199 

lindel, Samuel, 341 

Ilodle.Wm..l73 

Boechle, J. GotUeib, 1183 

Boehler, Andreai, Wilfaelm, 1943 

Boelen. Abta. 673 201S 

llocshom, Jacob, 2o7i 

Boffie, Mnltyi, 3^3 

Hngard, Cnlliflrina, SS 

Bogard, Comelis. 88 

Bogard. Doraty, 88 

Bi^rd, Hendrick, 88 

Bogard, Jannetie, 88 

flogard, Raeel, 88 

Bogardes, Egliert, 4QI 

Bt^aides, Jncobus, 4qT 

fiogardus, Adignil Forguson, 63S 

Bogardui, AbrabBm, 363 

Bogardus, Anaka, 55 

Bogardui, Anncke Jans. 135, S37 

Bogardu*, Antony, 71 

Bogardui, Catherine, 110, 115, 339 

Bi^ardus, Cornelia, 139 

Bogardui, Comelis, J3, 183, 937 

Bc^ardus, Deborah, 183 

Bogardui, Egbert, 1B2. 1339, 1838 

Bogaidni, Elizabelb, igz 

Bogardui, Ephroim, 53 

Bogardui, ETeiardni, 309, 869, 1869 

Bf^ardui, Evert, 5S, 79, 115, 364, 

309, 68a, 1S57 
Bogardui, Ftancii, 1B3, 184 
B<^ardus, Geerlruy, 79 
Bogardni, Gerritje, 135. 
Bogardui, Gertruyd Crooke, 364 
llogardus. Hannah, 183. 
Boganlui, Hannah Penen. 1339 
Bogardus. Jacob. 135, 339 
Bc^ardui, John, 635 
Bogardni, Jonas, 337 
Bc^rdns. Mary, JJ, l33, 363 
Bogardui. Nicola*. ;;. 79, 1303 
B<^aTdui. Peter, 55. 79, i83, 339. 

Bogardui, Pieter, 337 

Bogardu, Petrni, 97, 135, 364, B5G, 

1003. 1397, iSoi, 1S3B 
Bogardu, Rachel, 1491 



S03 



Index of Persons. 



Bocardui, Racbd SmeJes, 1503 
Bogudus, Rebecca, I3S 
Boeardu), Kev. Evcrhardui, 137 
Bogardus, Shiboleth, 181, 239, jiS 
Bogardui, Titie, sj 
Boguduj, W., 1110 
Bogardui, Willem, 137 
Bogardiu, William, iSa 



Bogait, Abiaham, 1381 
Bogait, Cathclina Hun, 
Bogart, Cliriiitupher, 751 
Bogait, Cornelia, :33t 
Bogarl, Cornelius, 73, 4BS 
Boiart, Gerrit, ^4, 1393 
Bt^ait, Hancy, 716 
Bogart, Heat; I., 1384 
B<^n, luac, B(M, 1403 



894 



B<^art, JahaDDes, 73, Si)4 

Bogatt, Marten, 73 

Bcgart, Peter, 1971 

Bogart, Rebecca, 73 

Bogart, Sarah, 73 

Bogcrt, Ann Schuyler, ijSo 

Bogert, Barbaiy Manelis, ii6a 

Bogerl, Cornelint, am 

Bc^ert, Cornelius I., 1643 

Bogert, David, iji 

B^rt, Harme, 894 

Bogert, ilenJrick, 511 

Bogert, llemlriLkisaat, 3057 

Bogert, tleniy I., I6j, 805, tl63 

Bogcrt, Isaac, 381, 480, 1340 

Bogert, Johannis, laoi 

Bogert, John, I3J 

Bogert, Jahn G., 737 

Bogerl, Nicholas, 446, 1580 

Bogert, Willem, ijoS 

Boghart, Comeliua, 150S 

Bois, Gs. D., 3034 

Bond, Bareut, 454 

Bond, Elijah, 196 

Bond, William, 1513 

Bone, Jeremiah, sji 

Bonnet, Jane, 374 

Bonnet, John. 374 

Bounin, A,, 417 

Boni, John, 30B4 

Boogaid, Cornelis, I36<) 

BooGard. Dorothy Oolhout, 13&9 

Boogard, Hendrickie Oothout, 1369 

Ba<^ard, I*a«c, 1369 

Boogert, Johannes, 771 

Boogett, Marelic, Hneriiiig. 771 

Boom, Mary tie, jSb 

Boom, Malhys, 586 

Boom. Franco ii, 19J7 

Boon, Ly»bat van Voochout, 195? 



Boorland, Williaui, 401 

lloos, Wendell, l&t3 

lloolh, Benjamin, 134, 175, 311, 

IS93 
Booth, Charld, 134 
Booth, George, 134 
Booth, John, 134, 311, IJ93 
Booth, Lydia, 134 
Booth, Mary, 17s 
Booth, Phebe, 311 
Booth, William, 134 
Bordan, Rynier, 977 
Borden, Safty, 431 
Borden, William, Ijo 
Borcman, ite Uearman 
Borghaid, Antje, 100 
Borghard, Cctritt, 100 
Borghard, Hendrick, 100. 131 



Borgharl, Anna. I3I 
BorGan», Abraliaiii. uSl 
llorhans, Aimcke 0<nli.-rbuiil, 1 
Borhans, Jolmiiiiib, ^Si 
Borhaos, Saruli Ou-,le/lioul, I3I 
Borhanse. Samuel, 414 
Borhat, Jacob, 1633 
Borland, Charlea, 173, 1359 
Borland, Isabel, 17a 
Borland. John, 173 
Borland, l>hebe, 17a 
Borland, Rebecca, 171 
Borland, Tabitha, 173 
Borland, Thomtt, 173, 1259 
Borland, William, 17a 
Boraicard, Charlotte, 316 
Bornicard, lean I.oubi, 31& 
BornicarH, lletct, »i6 
Burldl, John, 841 
Hoitwicb, Andrew, 1599 
Bos, Adrians, 319 
Bus, Calharina KierMed, 973 
Bos, Henderik, 973 
Bos, Jacobut, 479, 15B9 
Bos, Jannetie, 319 
Bos, Tryntie. 119 
Bosh, Daniel, 147 
Bokh, Ilonnes, 147 
Boiih, Juhunnit, 147 
Dukh, Marciet, 147 
Bokh, Mantle, 147 
Bosh. No&troul, 147 
Bokh, Peter, 147 
BtUih. Zakariui, 147 
Bosie, PtEter, 383 
Bostock, Thomas, 153 
Boiiwick, David, 841 
Bostwick, Elijah, 3097 
Boat wick, Rev., 1599 



Index of Persons. 



BmwcII, Rachel, 779 
Bouderick. J-ohn, 401 

Itnii.liiinl b'li» ifvt 



'.76« 
' 77'J 



Boulyn, Maria, 41M 
Bouquet, IkcoIi. i^ 
Bouquet, Margaret, 57 
Bouiilet, Samuel, 3, 1390 
Boutdct I.ew». 964 
Bout, Everi, 9ts 
Bout, Ilarmanui, 168 
Bout, Jan Everl5en, 336, 910 
Bower. Cornelius, 30 
Bowers, SuMiinah, 658 
Bowhaiion, Cliarily, 1573 
Bowie, John, 461, 1540 
Bowland, William, iti3 
Bowles, John, 495 
Bowly, Cornelia, 1831 
Bown. Carnlbe Rodman, 1434 
Rown, James, 1434 
Downe, Andrew, 1133 
Bowne, Benj.. 140B 
Bownc, Eliiabeth llailshorne, 1648 
Bowne, Kolicrl, 1G48 
Downe, Sarah KcKbian, 1408 
Boyd, Agnes, I So 
Boyd, James, 180 
Boyd, Jennet, 180 
Boyd, John, iBo 
Boyd, Robert, t8o 
Boyd. Samuel, iBo. 1346 
Bracked, James, 1463 
Bred Ford, Calhetine. 1430 
Bradford. John M., iioi 
BradFord.Mary Lush, iioi 
Bradford, Will., 1149 
Bradhurt, Samuel. 1358 
Brading. Jamei, 147s 
Bradley, R.. jS 
Btadner. Benoni, 103 
Bradner, Capt, Colvil, 517 
Brsdner, Christian, 103 
' Bradner, Colvil, 103 
Itradner. Eliiabelh, lO] 
Diadner, Gilbert, 103 
Bradner, John. 103, 447 
Bradner, Margret, 9, 103 
Bradner, Mary, 103 
Bradner, Mary Borland, 173 
Bradner, Sarah, toj, 1617 
Bradner, Susannah. 103 
Bradnor, John, 377, 15B3 
Bradrick, Anthony, 1407 
Krndslrpct, Mmy, 1B9 
Bradt, Aaron II , 1946 
Braill, Abraham, 401 
Bradt, Adrian, 003 
Bradt, Albert, 303 



Bradt, Arenl. 401. 1B63, 3134 

Bradt, AryKntie Wemple, 3134 

Itradt, Cajit. Anilrles, 2134 

Bradt. Catarien van Geyseling, 1S90 

Bradt, Catelintje. 3134 

Btadt, Claurn, 303 

UradI, Cornelius, 4(11 

Bradl, Edaatd, 303 

BradI, Kli^heth, 103, 3Sl 

Bradt. Eve. 401 

Bradt, Francis. 303 

Bradt, Frederick, 401 

Bradt, Gerrel, sSi 

Bradt, llatinnh. 303 

Bradl, Hatinnn^. 1863, I93S 

Bradl, Helena, 401 

Bradt, llermanus, 351 

Bradl, Jncobns, 401 

Bradl, John, 401 

Bradt, Magdaline. 303 

Bradl, Peter, 303, 1994 

Bradt, Samuel, 401 

Bradt, Samuel Ar., 1890 

Bradt, Storm, 103 

Brady. Belly, 161 

Biaham. John. B93 

Bminard, Rev. John, 1599 

Biainr, Thomas. OOO 

Brnilliwaile, Jnmrs, 1076 

Brakin. Jeames, 98 

Brakin, Mathew, 98 

Brando, Nicholas. 847 

Btandoir, Arenl, 103 

Brando w, Eliuibeth, 303 

Brandow, Janalie, 3o3 

Brando w, J oh an n is. 301, 1849 

Brandow, Murgnrel. 3al 

Brandow, Maria. 303 

Brandow, Nicolas, 33 

Brandow, Wilhelmos, 303 

Brandow, William, 303 

Brant, Ann, 9J4 

Brant, Elisabeth, 954 

Brant, George, 954 

Branl, Johnson, 954 

Branl, Magdalene, 954 

Brant, Margaret, 954 

Branl, Mary, 954 

Brant, Feler, 954 

Branl, Susannah, 954 

Branl. Young. 9J4 

Bras, Adolph, 83 

Bras, Catherine, 83 

Bras, Gerrit, 83 

Bras, Gertie, 83 

Bras, Ilendrick, 83 

Bras, Jannelie, 81 

Bras, Marilie, 

Bras, Mary, 83 



Index of Persons. 



1.893 

Bruier, LydU, jS 

Bndu, Rtchud, jS 

Bruier, Thomis, 58 

Brasled, Hannah, 718 

Bral, Albeil Andiieucii, ai39 

Brat, Andrcii, 113 

BnU, Anthony, 1385, iSiB 

Bnl, Aient, 113, ajo 

Brat, ArcDl Andressen, 113 

Bnl, Parent, 1303, 139b 

Btal, Barnacdus, Soi 

Brat, Benj., 1395 

Brat, Cornelia, iig 

Brat, Daniel, 16S8 

Brat, Dirck, itg, t68S 

Brat, Diick Arentwn, lot? 

Bnt, Eghberl, 1401, 1830 

Brat, Eliiabeth, 1303 

Brat, Engeltie, lig 

Brat, Hatjaentio. 113 

Brat, Harmaaus, 113, 350 

Bnl, Helena, 113 

Bnt, Jannelle, 113 

Bnt, John Aodrcsun 

Bnt, Tobiinnex ArcnUen, 113 

Bnt, Maria, 113 

Bnt, Maria Ryckman. 1)04 

Bnt, PeleiDrs., 119 

Bnl, Samuel Ait., 950 

Brat, TriDtlc, 119 

Bratt, Aarcnt, 33S 

Bratt, Andries, 3]8, 1785 

Bratt, Anoatje, 338 

Bntt, Arent, I73s 

Bralt, Aienl And.. 1848 

Bratt, AtenI Andrie&sen, 17B5 

Bntt, Baaicnt, 618 

Bntt, Barent, 971 

Bratt, Baient Albertsen, 913 

Bratt, Bamardni, 800 

Bratt, Calharine. yjo 

Bntt, Dirck, 33S, 390, 17S5 

Bntt, Dirck Atentsen, 1785 

Bratt, Etiialielh, 338. I77<> 

Bntt, Elisabeth van Dyck, 1S48 

Bratt, Gerrit, 800, 1776 

Bratt, Ilaramann, 1848 

Bratt, Jannjtie, 8<m 

Bntt, Johannii, 338 

Bntt, tohannei A., 184S 

Bratt, johD F., 390 

Bntt, Maria, 338 

Bratt, Mary a, 1B48 

Bntt, Peter, 390, 1019 

Bntt, Samael, 1785 

Bntt, Vrontye, 390 

Braaited, Joilah, 71B 

Bnath, Jobo, 9 II I 



Brede, William, 977 
Brecie, Sanmel, 179 
Breeited, Andri., 133 
Broested, Chriatina, IJOS 
Breeited, Gerrit, ijo8 
Breeited, John, 1113 
Bromer, Ludwig, 1407 

Uteiikerhof, George, 1400 
Bresy, Jacob, 376 
Brett, Catherine, i3o, 140 
Btett, Francis, 130, 3034 
itrell, Matthew, ijo, 141), 1734 

tt, Roberl, liu, 140, 1836 
Brett, Kumbout, 20. 140 
Brett, Sarah, tao 
Brettell, Jos., I4S7 
Breroort. Abraham, 40 
Brevoort, Elioi, 307 
Brevoort, Henry, 307, S97 
Brevoort, Jacomintic, 307. 
Brevoort, John, 307 
Brevoort, Lea, 307 
Brewer, Adam, 517 
Brewer, Cornelius, igii 
Brewer, William, 734 
Bre water, Charity, 144 
Brewster, Daniel, 154 
Brewater, Edward, 144. tS4. 15S0 
BrewEter,'Experience, 154 
Btewtter, Francis, 144, 154,871 
Brewster, luac, 144 
Brewatcr, John. 144. IS4, ISSO 
Brewster, Mary Wood, 31OS 
Brewster, Ruib, 144 

ant. Jului, 1891 
Kiitkmaii. Calheiine, 317 
Brickman, Henry, 317 
Bridge, David, 1456 
" dge, Samuel, IS33 
Bridgen, Charles, 136S 
Bridon, F'rancis, So 
Bridon. Susannah, 50 

'e», Anihony, 245, 3153 
Bries, Calharine, 345 
Brie*, CalLriiia Ryckman, 1404 
Briei, Eva, 345 
Brie*, IIciidrii:k, 345 
Briea, Mar^tcll, 345 
Bries. Mamlie, 345 

Brief, Nellitie, 345 
Briess, Tryntje Yates, 3153 
Briges, Amy, 183 
Briggs, Anna Cuncklin, 337 
Brira». li>l>vi«.l, 3a, 335 
BrigB*. 1-liialicili, 18] 
Bri^t, I^Jkana. 845 
Briggs, John, lOOS 
Briggs, Nathaniel, 183 



Index of Persons. 



Briggi, Sanh, 33 

BrlsEi, Suunnah Hnnt, 845 

Btlgsi, Thomu, 183 

Briggs, Walter, 915 

Brlge^, William, 183 

Brinck, Anna Marijije, 9s 

Brinck, Comelii, gs 

Brinck, Comelis* Lambertien, 439 

Brinck, Jacob, gj 

Brinck, Jan, gj 

BrinckerhofT, Abraham, 133, 140, 

J4S. 104 
BnnckeiholT, Adrian 194 
Brinckerhoff, Altje, 157 
Drlnckerholl, Anna, 99 
Brinckerhofl, Catherine, 99 
Brinckeihoff, Cornellai, 1977 
BrinckerhoH, Daniel, 1171 
BrinckerhoS, Dirck, 99, 133, 14$, 

194. 387. 833 
BHnckerhoff, Eliubeth.gg, 133, 145, 

977 
BrinckerhoR, Uarachejr van Voor- 

hts, 1936 
Brinckerboff, George, 14s, 157 
Briockerbofl, liaac, gg, 133, 145, 

1836 
BrinckerhoH, Jannetje, 194, 1815 
BrinckerhoH, John, 99, 157, 194, 

1602, i66t, iSis, 1838, 1845 
BrinckerhoH, John A,, 133, 145, 

1S94. *o76 
BrinckerhoH, loris, 470 
BrinckerhoH, Meritaj, 157 
HrinckerholT, rhemmetle, 133, 14 s 
Brinck erhoff. Sarah Brett, 140 
Brinckerhoff, Stephen, 14J, 147, 157 
Brink, Cathanna, 163 
Brink, Cornelius. 163 
Brink, Comeliua L., 163 
Brink, Elshie, 163 
Brink, Hester, i^ 
Brink, John, 163, 167, 1384 
Brink, Lena, 163 
Brink, Mai^aret Barhau, 167 
Brink, I'ettas, 163 
Brink, Rachel, 163 
Brink, Solomon. 163 
UrlnkerhoH, Ahraham, 133, lioo 
BrinkerhoH. Col. John, lao 
BrinkerhoH. Ilendrik, 13* 
BrinkerhoR, Johannis, 133 
BrinkerhoH, John, 150a 
BrinkerhoH, Sarah, 133 
Brinley, Fiands, 1475 
Brinbtown, Margaret Campbell, 398 
Brisnbrovn, Thoniai, 398 
Brissle, Nicklai, 413 
Britain, Frances de Bonrepcx, 431 



Britain, Rachel, 431 
Britt, FrancU, 1836, 1845 
Britc, Margaret Van Wyck, 184$ 
Broadhead, Charlei, toi 
llroadhead, Daniel, loi, 6B3, 1113 
Broadhead. John, 464 
Broadhead, Magdalena Mattyaen, 
1113 



148 

Broadhead, R., 464 
Broadhead. Richard, 464, 1113 
Broadhead, Samuel, loi 
Broadhead, William, 464 
Brockholei, Ilenir, 84 
Hrockliolsl. Mary, 317 



Broderip, Francis, 1357 
llrodhead, Capt, Chatles, 959 
llrodliend, Cnpl. Richard. 959 
Brodbead, Catherine, 146 
Brodhead, Charlet, 146, 148, 1606, 

Brodbead, Charlea W., B9I 

Brodhead, Daniel, 14B 

Brodhead, John, 1358 

Brodhead, Lewii, 146 

Brodhead, Lonis, 1606 

Brodhead. Mary, 14S 

Brodhead, Samuel, 148 

Brodhead, Sarah Hardenbergh, 8II 

Biodheid. Wcssel. 146. 148, 440 

Bromley, Caiherinc, qt 

Dronck. Annake. 1847 

BroDck, Caaparia, 410a, 1530, 1847 

Bronck, Charlotte, 174 

Bronck, Charlotte Amelia. 341 

Bronck. Coeymans. 341 

Bronck, John I., 941 

Bronck. John Jonas. 174 

Bronck, Jonas, 174, 141 

Bronck, Peter, 174, 34i.4toa 

Bronck, Reltsert, 3009 

Bronk, Annatje Schram, 163 J 

Bronk, Casparis. 348 

Bronk, Ian, 348 

Bronk, Jonai, 348 

Bronk, Leonard, 34B 

Bronk, Mathya, t63J 

Broak, Peter, 34B 

Bronk. Philipp, 34S 

Brooket, Jonathan, 1739 

Brookes. Rebeckah, 1739 

Biooki, David, 536, 1459 

Brooks, Elitabelh, 139 

Brooka, Eliubeth Dnnklej, sj8 

Brook*, Hannah, 14S9 



506 



Index of Persons. 



Brooki, Tamet, 1438 

Brookt, Jotwituui, 139, 633 

Brooks, Fhilipp, sjS 

Brooki, WiuW, 139 

Brookt, John L., 1770 

Broughlon, Mary de tCey, 419 

Broun, Joshua. 1714 

Brouwer, Ahraham, ai6o 

Biouwer, Adnaen Jansen, jSa 

Bioawer, David, 1300, 1893 

Brouwer, Jicob, 187, 3160 

Brower, Abnham, laoo 

Brovrer, Calhirine, i6j 

Brower, Coniclia, 114 

Brower, Cornelius. 134, 1B4, 1833 

Brower, David, 165, iiBi, 1909 

Browet, Gatiel, 184 

Brower, Headrick, 51, 134, 35a 

Brower, Jtn^, i6s 

Brower, Temnlah, i6j, 184 

Brower, joha, 51 

Brower, Lene, 1 6s 

Brower, Lettj, 184 

Brower, Haritie, 51 

Brower, Muj, 16 j 

Brower, Mallyi, 184 

Brower, Nicbolu, i6s 

Brower, Rev. Genrdiu, 6t 

Brower, Rev. Theodoris, 61 

Brower, Rev. Thomas, 61 

Brower, Surah, 165 

Brower, William, 165, 1S4, 1999 

Browera, Calherina Margiiiila, 41S 

Browen, Dorothea, 41S 

Browen, Hatberlus, 41S 

Browen, John liendrick, 418 

Browen, Maria, 418 

Browen, Maria Elitabelh, 41S 

Brown, Ann, Sim 

Brown, Archibald, 130 

Brown, A*a, 1^34 

Brown, Benjamin, go 

Brown, Charles Augustus Ileniy, 

61S 
Brown, Connd, 1878 
Brown, Daniel. <)0, 13^, 433, 1558 
Brown, David, 39, 1588 
Brown, Dofuthy, gig 
Brown, Duncan, 130 
Brown, Ediy, 173 
Brown, Eleanor, 919 
Brown, liUiabcth llillon, 3Jt 
Brown, Evert, 398, 969 
Brown, George, 3^1 
Brown, George van Brugh, 1091 
Brown, Gilbert, 130 
Brown, Hochelich, 90 






., 109, 1137 



Brown, Isaac, 11B6, 1710 

Drown, James, 1657 

Drown, Joanna, 3073 

Drown, Jc4id, 130, 351, 919, 119a, 

1345, 1863 
Drown, Jonathan, 615 
Brown, JoMph, 90 
Brown, Joshua, 299, 991, MJ3 
Brown, Lanah, 1438 
Drown, Margaret Hilton, 251 
Brown, Mai^rieta, 1863 
Brown, Martha Drake, 544 
Brown, Maiy, £27 
Drown, Mary EllicotI, 61$ 
Drown, Marjr Livingston, 1091 
Brown, Matilda, 919 
Brown, Nacltie, 158B 
Brown, Nathaniel, 733 
Brown, Noah, ISS 
Brown, Rebecca NewoMn, 1248 
Bro«m, Richard, 1343 
Brown, Robert, 1053 
Brown, Sarah, r7io 
Brown, Stephen, 1423 
Brown, Thomas, 90 
Brown, William, 90, 337,351, 919. 

1333 
Brown, Zebediah, 90 
Brownbill, James, 3113 
Browne. Alvin, 877 
Browne, Ann, 161 
Browne, Dillon, 161 
Drowne. D. Isaac, 1347 
Browne, ElizaUlh, 161 
Browne, Gilbert. S77 
Browne, Hannah, 763 
Browne, Hannah Cornell, 350 
Drowne, James, 161 
Drowne, Joseph, 1363 
Drowne, Mary. 161 
Drowne, Valentine, 161 
Brownejohn, Catherine, 334 
Brownejohn, Eliiabelh, 134 
Browneiohn, Mary, 334 
Drovmejohn, Samuel, 334 
Drownciohn, Thomas, 334 
Browneiohn, William, 334, 373 
DrowDell, Kuth, 143 
Brownell, Smiton, 934 
Drownenn, Dette Wilbur, 9oSo 
Drownenn, George, 30So 
Browning, Elijah, 119 
Brownjohn, William, 313 
Biownson, Amos, 169 
Brownson, John. 169 
Bruce, Henry, 376 
Brnce, Robert, 309 
Bruen, Anui, 909 
Bruen, Calhertne Hall, 909 



Index of Persons. 



507 



Bnighman, Coraellni, 4g 

BniKhmuj Hendrick, 49 

BraghiDMi, Hennaniu, 49 

Bnimfield. James, 1734 

Bmn, HenriellK, 145S 

Brundage, Denjamin, 114 

Biund^e, Daniel, 114 

Bnindage. Eliubeth, 114 

Brandage, Jhiiks, 114 

Bnindage, Natbtn, 114 

Bnind^>e, Nathaniel, 114 

Unrndigc. Tlmorhy, 108$ 

Brush. Abner, 137s 

Brush, Cream, 495 

Bnuh, Edward, 99 

Brush, ElUabelh, 91 

Bmsh, Esther, 91 

Brash, JetninM, 93 

Bnuh, Joseph, 93 

Brush, Margaret Ketcham, TO08 

Brash, Rebecca, 93 

Brush, Robert, 199 

Braster, John, IJjo 

Bnifn, Abraham, 15S 

Brajrn, Cathrlna, 106 

Brajn, Coraeliui, 15B, 1 78, 776 

Brayn, Ida, 158 

Brajn, Ida lIoHman, 776 

Bmyn, J., 438, 440, 5A 776. 1311 

Bruyn, Jacob, 1684 

Bnijn, Jacobus, 58, lab, 17S, tolB, 

iia», 1370, 1485, 1503 
Bruyn, Jacobus J., 1746 
Brujn, Jeacobu, 775 
Brayn, Johs., 158 
Brayn, Johannit, 

1731 

Brayn, John, ijo] 
Bruyn, ScTCTyn, loG 
Bniyn, Seveiyn I., 158 
Brayn, Sercrjrn T., 533 
Bruyn, Sevcryn ten Hont, 17S, 16S4 
Brayn, Trynlje Schoonmaher, 148s 
Bruyn, Zachaiias, 158 
Br]>ail, James, 1358 
Bryan, William, 1358 
Buchannn, Aleinndcr, 638 
Buchnnan, Arthur, 638 
Buchanan, Elizabeth, 63S 
Buchanan. Eliubeth Falls. 638 
Buchanan, George, 63S 
Buchanan, Isabella, 638 
Buchanan, James, 638 
Buchanan, lane, 63 B 
Buchanan, Walter, 33;, 397, 713 
Buchannan, Alexander, 156 
Bnchannan, Robert, 156 
Buchannan, Wlllian, I $6 
Buck, Andnii, 353 



, 17B, 1 



Back, DBTfd, 105 

Buck, lonathan, 155 

Buck, Timothy, 6g8, 714 

Buck, Zadock. 155 

Buckalew, Elirnbelh Eveiaon, 610 

Bnckalew, William, Gio 

Buckhoute. John. 274 

Buckingham, The, 3iio 

Buckingham, William, 539 

Ducklin, Isaac, 367 

Budd. Ann, 141 

Budd, Coe, 141 

Budd, Eliah, 1499 

Budd. Femme, 141 

Budd, Gilbert, 1436 

Budd. John. 47 

Budd, Nicholas, 141 

Budd, Phebe, 141 

Budd, Tamer, 141 

Buel, David, 3134 

Buel, Grover, 736 

Buell, Nathl., iBio 

Buffet, Rebeck Ketcham. looS 

Bull, Ann, B9 

Bull, Catherine, 89 

Bull, Elinor, S9 

Bull, George, 160 

Bull, Isaac, B9, 454 

Bull, John, 89 

Bull, Ma^aret, 89 

Bull, Mary, B9, 1 579 

Bull, Mary Carr, 193 

Bull, Richard. 89, 996 

BuB, Sarah, 89 

Ball, Thomas, B9, 134, 175, 399, 

1579. '593 
Bull, William, 89, 1349 
Bullii, Robert. SjS 
Bullock. Comer, 4S9 
Bullock. Deliverance. 4B9 
liilloch, Ellis, 4Bg 
liilsen. Cftlalina Goewcy, 18I4 
Bulsan, Hendrick, 1814 
Bul*on, Conellos, 717 
BnUon, TioM, 717 
Bunscholen, Eliai 1113 
Bunschoten, Genitie, 1113 
Bunschoten, Johannii, 1113 
Bunschoten, Sara Maltysen, 1113 
Bunschoten. Tunis. 1113 
Ituibeck. Captain. 1213 
Kuibeck. Henry, 1113 
Burger. David Metick, >jt 
Bu^r, Elias, 611 
Burger, Elizabeth De*ore, 463 
Bu^r, Gilbert, llja 
Burger, lane, 6ti 
Burger, Jane Derore, 465 



5o8 



Index of Persons. 



Burger, John, 251, 465 

Burger, Maria, 251 

Burger, Mary Hewson, 251 

Burger, Nicholas, 465 

Burger, Petrus, 477 

Burger, William, 251 

Burges, Jeremiah, 52, 192 

Burges, John, 52 

Burges, Mary, 52 

Burges, Thomas, 52 

Burgess, David Campbell, 401 

Burgess, Mary, 375 

Burgess, Samuel, 232 

Burghert, John, 941 

Burhans, Abraham, 67, 1021, 1305, 

1692, 1736 
Burhans, Barent, 67, no, 11 13 
Burhans, Bamet, 167 
Burhans, Cathrena, no 
Burhans, David, 67, no, 462, 2014, 

2016 
Burhans, Debora Wanbomer, 2016 
Burhans, Elizabeth, 67, no 
Burhans, Grietie ten Eyeck, 1693 
Burhans, Helena, 67, no 
Burhans, Hilletje, 67, 167 
Burhans, Isaac, 67 
Burhans, Jacob, no, 462, 1054 
Burhans, Jan, 67, 415 
Burhans, Jannetie, 67 
Burhans, Jerrick, 167 
Burhans, Johan, 67 
Burhans, Johannis, 1 10 
Burhans, John, 167 
Burhans, John V. L,, No 43 
Burhans, Margrieta Mattysen, 1113 
Burhans, Marytie, no 
Burhans, Samuel, 67, 1243, 1692, 

2014 
Burhans, Wilhelmus, no, 167, 1054, 
Burhans, Willem, 1693 
Burhans, William, 67, 451 
Burk, Mary Maudeline, loio 
Burk, Michael, lOio 
Burling, Edward, 107, 1846 
Burling, George, 176 
Burling, Peter, 610 
Burn, Andries, 1863 
Burn, Batseba Vedder, 1863 
Burn, Catoleyn, 1863 
Burn, Jacomeyn, 1863 
Burn, Samuel, 1863 
Burnat, Matthias, 1475 
Bume, Francis, 583 
Burne, Francis, 583 
Burne, George, 583 
Burnet, Anne Reid, 14 15 
Burnet, Bavid, 738 
Burnet, Dr., 738 



Burnet, Fredrick, 999 

Burnet, Gertruyda Gouverneur, 735 

Burnet, Isaac, 735, 738 

Burnet, Matthew, 999 

Burnet, Matthias, 2013 

Buniet, Patrick, 356 

Burnet, Robert, 437 

Burnet, Staats, 738 

Burnet, Staats, G., 735 

Burnet, William, 999 

Burnett, James, 141 5 

Burns, tames 141 5 

Burns, Jean, 141 5 

Bums, Jean Reid, 1415 

Bums, Kathrine, 141 5 

Bums, Mary, 141 5 

Bums, Phoebe, 1639 

Burns, William, 14 15 

Bumside, Mary, 132 

Burnsides, Mary, in 

Burr, Aaron, 613 

Burr, Major Peter, 1482 

Burr, Oliver, 949 

Burr, Sturgis, 949 

Burns, Thomas, 1584 

Burroughs, Benjamin, 126 

Burroughs, Deborah, 126 

Burroughs, Elizabeth, 126 

Burroughs, James, 126 

Burroughs, Joel, 672 

Burroughs, Joseph, 126 

Burroughs, Nathan, 126 

Burroughs, Thomas, 126 

Burroughs, William, 126 

Burrowes, Fanny, 109 

Burrowes, Jo., 632 

Burt, Benjamin, 1558 

Burt, Catharine, 401 

Burt, Daniel, 2089 

Burt, James, 2089 

Burt, John, 1226 

Burting, Lancaster, 1437 

Burtis, Amy, 199 

Burtis, David, 199 

Burtis, Isaac, 199 

Burtis, James, 102, 1328 

Burtis, John, 199 

Burtis, Stephen, 199 

Burton, Isaac, 1532 

Busch, Gratia Anna, 418 

Busch, Heinerig, 1029 

Busch, John Hendrick, 418 

Bush, Catharina, 1172 

Bush, Johannis, 1882 

Bush, Ilellegontie van Wagenen, 

1882 
Bush, Neeltie, 1717 
Bush, Rick, 2084 
Bush, Zachariah, 157 



Index of Persons. 



509 



Bussing, Aaron, t86 

Bussing, Abraham, 1 151, 17 10 

Bussing, Arent, 1450 

Bussing, Elizabeth Fort, 654 

Bussing, Elezabeth, Mesier, 1151 

Bussing, James, 654 

Bussing, Sarah, 1699 

Bussing, Susannah, 186 

Bust, Amaziah, 1745 

Butcher, Robert S., 1037 

Butler, Anne, 104, 109 

Butler, Captain, 1229 

Butler, Catlintie, 113 

Butler, Deborah, 104, 109 

Butler, Elizabeth, xo8 

Butler, James, loJB, 621, 2082 

Butler, John, 104, 109, 113, 954 

Butler, Lieut. Walter, 109, 965, 

2134 
Butler, Maria, 109 

Butler, Maria Wemple, 2134 

Butler, Martha Bishop, 107 

Butler, Marr, 104, 108 

Butler, Mathias, 108 

Butler, Michael, 21 15 

Butler, Nelly, 108 

Butler, Thomas, 104, 965 

Butler, Walter, 104, 965 

Butler, William, 105 1 

Butt, Aaron, 142 

Butt, Else, 142 

Butt, Gershom, 142 

Butt, John, 142 

Butt, Moses, 142 

Butt, Samuel, 142 

Butt, Thomas, 142 

Butterfield, Daniel, 1 123, 1208 

Butterfield, Jane McNeall, 1 123 

Buttolph, Hezekiah, 1262 

Buttolph, John, 1262 

Butts, Mary Huestis, 877 

Buxton, John, 1643 

Buxton, William, 21 16 

Bujrs, Henry, 13 19 

Buys, Jacobus, 1707, 17 12 

Buys, Jan Cornelissen 564 

Buys, Mary Teller, 1707 

Byard, Samuel, 272 

Byfield, Elizabeth, 77 

Byficld, William, 77 

Byrn, Barneby, 308 

Byrn, Hugh, 1725 

Byrne, John, 612 

Byrne, William, 954 

Byse, Catherine Storm, 1564 

Byse, Jacob, 1564 

Byvanck, Anthony, ill 

Byvanck, Catherine, 1 11 

Byvanck, Evert, 977, 1400, 1791 



Byvanck, John, ill 
Byvanck, Sally, 900 



Caddell, Robert, 951 

Cadmus, Andrew, 390 

Cadmus, Deborah, 390 

Cadmus, Richard, 390 

Cadwalader, Elizabeth, 376 

Cadwalader, Hannah, 376 

Cadwalader, Lambert, 376 

Cadwalader, Rebecca, 376 

Cadwalader, Thomas, 376 

Caldwall, James, 650 

Caldwell, Abraham, 875 

Caldwell. Dr. William, 1373 

Caldwell, Joseph, 1290 

Caldwell, Wm., 1946 

Calier, En gel tie, 409 

Calier, Magdalena, 409 

Calier, Michiel, 409 

Callaghan, Nabby, 383 

Cain, East, 210 

Calver, Elisha, 2066 

Calvin, Catharine, 1904 

Calwall, Robert, 1526 

Cambell, John, 1838 

Cameron, Charles, 401 

Cameron, Donald, 1559 

Cameron, Dugald, 402 

Cameron, Elizabeth, 402 

Cameron, Frances, 402 

CamBeld, Saml., 350 

Cammel, Anateje Masten, 1205 

Cammel, Barent, 577 

Cammel, John, 1205 

Cammer, William, 1551 

Camp, John, 2097 

Camp, Joseph D. 1 183 

Campbell, Alexander, 325, 397, 400, 

702, 1439 
Campbell, Angelica, 400, 401 
Campbell, Ann, 325, 397 
Campbell, Archibald, 315, 325, 397, 

398 
Campbell, Aury, 335, 337 

Campbell, Captain Archibald, 378 

Campbell, Catrin, 315 

Campbell, Caty, 398 

Campbell, Christena, 398 

Campbell, Daniel, 273, 328, 400, 

401, 954, 1051 

Campbell, Daniel David, 401 

Campbell, David, 400 

Campbell, Donald, 1645 

Campbell, Duncan, 325, 378, 396 

Campbell, Edward, 400, 1349 



Sio 



Index of Persons. 



Campbell, Elizabeth, 398 
Campbell, George, 273 
Campbell, Hannah, 398 
Campbell, flugh, 305 
Campbell, Jacob, 398 
Campbell, James, 273, 282, 315, 325, 

397 
Campbell, Joel, 328 

Campbell, John, 388, 325, 337, 378, 

397. 398. 399, 400 
Campbell, Jonathan, 328 
Campbell, Lauchlen, 273 
Campbell, Levi, 328 
Campbell, Lodowick, 1351 
Campbell, Magdalena Maria, 381 
Campbell, Malcom, 1148 
Campbell, Margaret, 273, 288, 325, 

396, 397 
Campbell, Martha, 273 
Campbell, Mary, 315, 328 
Campbell, Nathan, 328 
Campbell, Nathenal, 328 
Campbell, Pryse, 381 
Campbell, Rose, 273 
Campbell, Ruben, 328 
Campbell, Sally, 400 
Campbell, Samuel, 328 
Campbell, Sarah, 398 
Campbell, Wm., 187, 1128, 1135, 

1548 
Candell, Thos., 1522 

Canh^p^, Jean Bertram, 369 

Canine, Peter, 104 

Cantine, Abraham, 488 

Cantine, Elisabeth, 705 

Cantine, Geertje de Lametter, 488 

Cantine, Jane, 374 

Cantine, John, 136, 146, 1245, 1345, 

1606 

Cantine, Mary Brodhead, 146 

Cantine, Moses, 488 

Cantine, Neiltie Hermans, 873 

Cantine, Peter, 705, 873 

Cantine, Susannah, 374 

Cant well, Edm., 760 

Cantwell, Richard, 1773 

Cantyne, Moses, 1557 

Cap, Jean Antoine Berard, 1369 

Car, David, 1695 

Car, George, 1695, 1740 

Car, Jane, 1740 

Car, Mary, 1740 

Car, William, 599, 1695 

Cardillac, Marquis de, 1367 

Caregain, Gilbert, 943 

Carel, Maragret, 113 

Carelsen, Hans, 1957 

Carelsen, Neeltie, van Voorhout, 

1957 



Carey, Catherine, 889 

Carey, John, 889 

Carey, Mary, 889 

Cargey, Capt. Robert. 108 1 

Cargey, Herimone, 108 1 

Cargill, Thomas, 1076 

Carhartt, Ino., 1499 

Carhartt, Jane, 1033 

Carhartt, John, 1033 

Carhartt, Jonathan, 90 

Carle, J. Jacob, 260 

Carle, Jacob, 260 

Carle, John, 260 

Carle, Miriam, 260 

Carlinnius, Domine Johannes, 1782 

Carll, Abiel, 1475 

Carlton, Thomas, 763 

Carman, Amy, 2028 

Carman, Caleb, 126 

Carman, Elijah, 327 

Carman, Hannah, 372 448 

Carman, John, 322, 802, 1049, 1319 

Carman, Joshua, 322, 372 

Carman, Lot, 1236 

Carman, Martha, 322 

Carman, Samuel, 372 

Carman, Silas, 372 

Carman, Thomas, 322 

Carman, Wm., 542 

Carmichael, Frances, 210 

Carmichael, Rev. John, 210 

Carmon, John, 1493 

Came, John, loio 

Carne, Wm., loio 

Carpenter, Abigail, 277 

Carpenter, Abraham, 277 

Carpenter, Ame, 339 

Carpenter, Amira, 317 

Carpenter, Ant., 621 

Carpenter, Anthony, 166, 301, 306, 

721, 1120 
Carpenter, Benjamin, 365, 277, 315, 

339. 373. 626. 687, 1040. 1310, 

1583. 1613 
Carpenter, Caleb, 339 
Carpenter, Carman, 991 
Carpenter, Colvill, 2149 
Carpenter, Daniel, 336, 161 7, 2063 
Carpenter, David, 640 
Carpenter, Elener, 301 
Carpenter, Elijah, 317 
Carpenter, Elizabeth, 265 373 
Carpenter, Eunice, 301 
Carpenter, Freelove, 373 
Carpenter, Gabriel, 339 
Carpenter, Gilbert, 314 
Carpenter, Hannah, 301, 336, 339 
Carpenter, Henry, 373 
Carpenter, Isaac, 373 



Index of Persons. 



511 



Cupenter, lanei. 35, 490, 1637 
Cupentei', jM>e, 317 
CaupentcT, Tuie Leonud, 104a 
CaipcDtet, John, i6j, 301, 306, 3t4, 

339. 353. ^. ^. 7iB, qtB, 946, 

1405 
Cupcnter, John I,, 317 
Carpenter, Jonah, 946 
Carpenter, Joteph, 865, 336, 360, 

373 
Carpenter, loihoa, 377 
Carpenter, jnlia, 317 
Carpenter, Lnc; Hatd), 903 
Carpenter, Martha, 177 
Carpenter, Marj, 314 
Carpenter, Maty WelU. jogj 
Carpenter, Mattheir, 317, Sj4 
Carpenler, Nchcminh, 301, 306, 338. 

Carpenter, Nicbolu, 360, 361 
Carpenler, Noah, ^3 
Carpenter, Patience, 377 
Carpenter, Phebe, 360 
Carpenter, PracilU, 360 
Carpenter, Rachel, 317 
Carpenter, Rebecca, iGj 
Carpenler, Rhoda, 314 
Carpenter, Richard, 377 
Carpenter, Ruth, 336 
Carpenter, Sallf, 3te 
Carpenter, Samuel, aj, 365, 377, 

314, 3W 
Carpenter, Sarah, 314 
Carpenter, Sarah Jajne, 946 
Carpenter, Solomon, 301, 306 
Carpenter, Stephen, 3035 
Carpenter, Thorn at. 373. l3io 
Carpenter, Tinmthy. a6s 
Carpenter. Wait, 365. 159S, 1604 
Carpenter, William, 177, 317 
Carpintar, Mmy, 361 
Carptotar, Mercer, 3^' 
Carpintar, Rebecca, 361 
Carpintar, Weight, 361 
Carr, Ann, 393 
Cart, Eliiabeth, >ga 
Carr, Geoi^, Z93 
Carr, Hannah, 393 
CatT, lean. 393 
Carr. John, 1468 
Carr, Phebe, 393 
Carr, Sarah, 393 
Carr, William, 35 
Carrife, John, 1830 
CarreU. Jamei, 6S 
Carrick, Charle*, 303 
Carrick, Martha, 303 
Carrick, Tbomai, 303 
Carrie, Jacob, 1893 



CarrlKul. Richard, r454 
Carroll, Chntlc*. 310 
Carsden. Matthi;:, 174 
Canhore. David, 391 
Canltadan, Andrew, 331 
Cankadan, John, 331 
Cankadan, Robert, 331 
Carskadan, Thomat, 331 
Cankadan, William, 1336 
Cantensen, Maritje, 409a 
Cantensen, Theanii, 409a 
Catttenten, Warner, 344 
Carter, James, 184 
Cart Wright, Richard, 633, 1014, 

13B1, 1858 
Car;, Ebeneter, 861 
Caie, Abintil, 399 
Case, Daniel, 399 
Case, David, 399 
Case, Henrj, It6 
Caae, lohn, 3069 
Case, Margery, 116 
Case, Margery Car^adan, 331 
Case, Martha, 399 
Case, Mary, 399 
Case, Mary Everson, 610 
Cue, Phineas, 399 
Case, Samuel, 378 
Case, Snrnh, agq, 1261 
Case, Stephen, 346, 1330 
Case, Wheeler, 3063 
Cate, William Carskadan, 331 
Case. Zacheus, 399 
Casey, George. 1663 
Caspenen. Jan, 35H 
Casperten. Rachel, 358 

Caiperton, Doriihy, 3js 

Casperson, Eliiabeth, 355 

Casperson, Gerrit, 15s 

Casperson, Hannah, 355 

Casperson, Hendrlck, 355 

Casperson, Isaac, 3J5 

Caapetsoo, T 

Casperson, 1 

Cassels, Jaraea in., 1237 

Caster, Anthony, 1641, 1984 

Caster, Geerljc van Schayck, igS9 

Caster, Hendrick, 19S9 

Castle, Eliiur, 333 

Castle, Fbineu, 333 

Caswall, Henry, 359 

Caswall, John, 339 

Caswall. KetUh. 3^9 

Caswel. Stephen, 564 

Calhcart, David, ^j; 

Calrone, Margnente FraufnlM, 369 

Caulkini;<, Abieail Norlhup, 1145 

CsDsten, Joseph. 1408 

Cavan, Miles, 1346 



Index of Persons. 



Cuenove, Chulet Tbeopbile, 1444 

CMcnove. Marc Aniome, 1444 

CueDOTe, Thuopliilo, 1444 

Cebia, CRihcrine, 1856 

Cebn, James, 949, 1656 

Celet, Jui, 404 

Ceronlo, Catharine Hkka, SS9 

Ceionio, Edward, 389 

Ceronia, lames, S89 

Ceronio, WillUm. BBg 

Chad wick. Thunms, 461 

Chaillon, Maria Jeanne 394 

Chalmer, J«„ I4S4 

Chambeclain. Ino., 3096 

Chambers, A.GMibeecfc, 55, 1113, 

1693, 1698 
Chambcts, Ann, 313ft 
Chimben, Cornel! ui, 80S 
Chamben, Daniel, 313 
Chambers, El en or. 1766 
Chamben, Ephcaim, 978, 1879 
Cbamben, ilonble. John, 1347 
dumben, loo., 1B31 
Chamben, John, 313, 313a, 1401, 

193B 
Cbnmben, Silai, 313 
Chamben, Tbomai, 11 ji 
Chamben, WlUiam, 1390 
Champion, Joahua, Sia 
Champlin, Eliiha, S33 
Chuuplla, Joshua, 1493 
Chancellor, Cecilia, 389 
Chancellor, lame!! H., 389 
Chandler (dlianler). Abraham, 1407 
Cluindlcr. John, 310 
Chandler. Mary, I361 
ChaiiLtlcr, Kcbcckah. 944 
Chapman, Caleb, 365 
Chapman, Chloe, 36s 
Chapman, Chriitiana Neate, 1153 
Chapman, Daniel, 365 
Chapman, Henry, 13J3 
Chapman, Mary, 365, 594 
Chapman, Nance. 365 
Chapman, Robert, 365 
Chapman, Samuel. 36s 
Chapman, Susannah, 365 



Chapman, William Neate, 1353 



Charlton, Marf, 334 
Charlier, Michel Alain, 1097 
Chase, Abner, 1620 
Cha*e, Daniel, 378 
Chaae, Joieph, 13S7 



Chase, William. 1036 
Chatlield, John, laSa 
Chaucer, Aleaantler, 491 
Cheeicman, Calvin, 1373 
Chegaray, Guillaume, 394 
Chester. Colonel, 1599 
Chester, Sarah, 1599 
Chestnut, Alcxr., it?! 
Cbelwood. John, 1033, 1646 
Chevalier. Mary Kcnaudet, 145 1 
Chew, Joteph, 954 
Chew, William, 9S4 
Chad, Francis, 1639 
Childs, Cateren, 395 
Chilili, Franci*, 40 
Child*, Thomas, 39s 
Chilson, Joteph, 3151 
ChUhem. Christina, 1176 
Chriapell, John, 937 
Chrispell. Sarah jansen, 91} 
Christ, Christian, 333 
Christ, Daoicl, 333 
Christ, Eva, 333 
Christ, Fredenck, 333 
Christ, Hannah, 333 
Christ, Henry, 396 
Christ, Jacob, 196 
Chriat, Tonathan, 333 
Cbriil, Julian, 396 
Christ. Lorenti, 1140 
Christ, Martinas, 333 
Christ. Philipp, 331 
Christ, Simeon, 33a 
Clirisl, Sfephonu)., 33a 
Chrislie, Sarah Stevcniion, 1561 
CbristioQ. Omior, 1141 
Christophers, Richard, 3il0 
Chryilie, George. 308 
Cliurch. Angelica Schuyler, t66a 
Church, Harvey, 1460 
Church, John Barker, 166a 
Churchill, Abel. 1B7 
Churchill, Edward, 3B7 
Churchill, John, 387 
Churchill, Joseph, 1B7 
Churchill, Robert, 3B7 
Churchill, Wentje, 3B7 
Cinceboe, Andius, 353 
Cinccboe, Gade, 3S3 
Cinceboe, MarKaret, 333 

Cinceboe. I'hilipp, 3S3 
Cinoey. Andrew. 323 
Claes, Hillelie, 407 



Cine 



JelUsi 



'?S4 



Claessen, Cornelia. 74B 
Claetsen, Frederick, 407 
Claessen, Grielie van Ness, 1938 
Claessen, Neeltie, 74B 
"" Pieter, 19S8 



Index of Persons. 



Clwtien, Sibel, 934 
CUpham, George, 3B4 
Clapp, Henr*. 137 
Clapp, JoiepD, 535 
CUik, Abinil, iSj. 363 
Clark, Benjamin. 663 
Clark, Catherine, 563 
Claik, Cotnelin, 346 
Clark, Cnrnelia Waldron, S05J 
Clark, Dnvid, 1414 
Clark, Debornh, 385 
Ckrk, Dcrcndia, 346 
Clark, Ur. Thomas, 713 
Clark, Eaphreim, iBj 
Clark, Eben'r. 650 
Clark, Eleanor, 346 
Clark, Etiiabeth, 363, 631 
Clark, Eliiabeth Molt, 113a 
Clark, Erasing, 403 
Clark, Hannah, 3Bj 
Qark, jamea. 3S5 
Clark, jEhiel, 1533 
Clark. Jeremiah, I36t, 16)3 
Clark, Jertuha, 403 



Clark, Major Willmtn, 1006 

Clark, MaKb*, 385 

Clark, MarjF, aSj, 363, 3046 

Clark, Patrick. 3057 

Clark, Rebecca, 385 

Clark, Richard, 1407 

Clark, Sallj Ann, 563 

Clark. Samuel, S7S 

Clark, Sarah, 363, 1407 

Clark, Sophin. 403 

Clark, Thomas, 61J11, 1377. 3046 

CTark, Timothy, 407 

aark. Tnnii, 1141 

Clark, William. 363 

Clarke, Catharine, 37; 

Clarke, Charles Ilfde, 375 

Clarke, Dnnid, 616. 766 

Clarke. Edward, 37; 

Clarke. Georfie, 54, 375 

Clarke, George llyde, 375 

Clarke, llerodins. 380 

Clarke, Jiimes, 1715 

Clarke, Jonathan, 380 

Clarke, Jo«ph. 6q8 

aarke, Luke. bB6 

Clarke, Richard, 553 

Clarke, Thomu, 1349, 141; 

Clarke, William, 3S0 

ClarkioD, David, 337, 334, 1418 

Clarkton, EMiabelh, 337, 334 

Clark son, Matbew, 334 

Clarren— , Ester Hills, 89; 

Clan, Mar;, 38 



nt, loMph, 13 
nt, Peter. 138 



Class, Seth, 3B 
Claaa, Ann Johnson, 1)54 
Clani, Colonel Daniel C, 954 
Claoi. William. '954 
Clauws, George, 358 
Clanwi, ManTlie, 158 
ClawsoD, Andrie*, B16 
CIawion,Willi»CT,Bi6 
tieatk, Rachel, 698 
Oearwaler, Eiiiabeth 

"749 
Clearvater, Matice, 1749 
Cleaveland, Roth. 943 
Clemeiu, Pal, 639 
Clement, Etiubeth, 138S 
Clement, FransTntje, 1388 
Clement, J 
Clement, 1 
Clement, I 

Clement*, Cornelitis, 349 
Clements, Jobuines, 349 
Clements, tohn, 349, 630, 1564 
Clements, Mariclie, 349 
Clements, Peter, 349 
ClemenlB. Thomas. J49, 861 
Clements, Tobias, 349 
Clemoiis, John, 411 
Clendenney. Moses. 947 
Clerk, Josnias. l6t3 
Clerk, I.esbiaSoutherlsnd, IS74 
Clerk, Moies. 1574 
Cleveland. Ellsha. 1317 
CliFlon, Alfred, 161 
Clinch. Benjamin, 351 
Clinch, Elitabeih, jji 
Clinch, Euretta. 351 
Clinch, Hannah, 3;! 
Clinch, Ralph, 351 
Clinch, Rebecca, 3SI 
Clinch, Robert. 351 
Clinch. Thomas. 351 
Cline. Frederick, 355 
Cline, Peter, I7te 
Clints, John, 9090 
Clinton, Alexander, 389 
Clinton. Charles, 79. 149, 435. 63B, 

^1. 77S' 789, 936, ijlo. tStS, 

3049 
Clinton, George, 3S9, 47S. 638, Bto, 

B44, IiBi, I3s6. ISS3 
Clock, Sarah, 548 
Cloet. Annetje. 40S 
Cloet, Barent, 408 
Cloet, Bata, 411 
Cloet, Claertie, 411 
Cloel, Clement, 40B 
Cloet, Dirck, 411 
Ooel, Eliiabeth, 411 
Cloet, Engel, 408 



SH 



Index of Persons. 



Cloet, Germrdtis, 411 

Cloet, Jacob, 411 

Cloet, Johannes, 408, 411 

Cloet, Maghtell, 411 

Cloet, see Clute 

Clopper, Cornelius, 224 

Close, David, 357, 2154 

Close, Hannah, 357 

Close, John, 357 

Close, John Tomkins, 357 

Clowes, Peter, 348 

Clowes, Samuel, 1777 

Clowes, Sarah, 260 

Clows, Gerard, 11 11 

Clute, Antje, 961 

Clute, Captain Johannes, 408 

Clute, Evert, 408 

Clute, Frederic P., 1948 

Clute, Jacob, 408 

Clute, Telles, 587 

Clute, Mary, 961 

Clute, Richard, 1948 

Clute, Walraven, 9i5i 

Clute, William, 961 

Clute, see Cloet 

Clyne, Frederick, 355 

Clyne, Jacob, 355, 1867 

Coapman, Jacob, 501 

Coates, Elizabeth, 612 

Coates, John, 843 

Coates, John Haycock, 612 

Cobham^ames, 1448 

Cochel, liiomas, 1351 

Cochran, Dr. John, 1614 

Cochran, Geertruy, 1614 

Cochran, Geertruy Schuyler, 1614 

Cochran, John, 1256, 1265 

Cock, Abigail, 1438 

Cock, Catharine Margaret, 363 

Cock, Edward, 11 10 

Cock, Helenah Meyers, mo 

Cock, John, 131, 959, 1438 

Cock, Matthew, 375 

Cock, Rev. Geihard Daniel, 1347, 

1608 
Cock, Samuel, 59 
Cockburn, Elizabeth, 1354 
Cockbum, James, 1354, 1441 
Cockburn, Will., 144 1 
Cockerofft, William, 1856 
Cockerton, William, 375 
Cockran, Pieter, 712 
Cockroft, Henry 387 
Cockroft, Tames, 387 
Cockroft, John, 387 
Cockroft, Margaret, 160 
Cockroft, Mary, 387 
Cockroft, Thomas, 387 
Cockroft, William 387 



Cockse, John, 760 

Coddington, Joseph, 118, 15a, 589, 

592. 067 
Coddington, Willm., 1475 
Codwise, James, 370 
Cody, Phillip H., 233 
Coe, Abigail, 261, 267, 354 
Coe, Allaxsand, 342 
Coe, Benjamin, 267, 342, 354 
Coe, Daniel, 267, 342 
Coe, Elizabeth, 342 
Coe, Gornee, 354 
Coe, Halsted, 354 
Coe, Hannah, 261 
Coe, Hannah Hallsted, 797 
Coe, Hannah Seaman, 151 1 
Coe, Isaac, 267 
Coe, John, 261, 267, 342, 354, 797. 

832 
Coe, John D., 354 
Coe, Jonas, 354 
Coe, Jonathan, 261 
Coe, Margaret, 267 
Coe, Marv, 261, 342 
Coe, Mathew, 267, 342, 354, 1442 
Coe, Phebe Seaman, 151 1 
Coe, Rachel, 342 
Coe. Robert, 261 
Coe, Samuel, 261, 267, 342, 354 
Coe. Sarah, 342, 354 
Coe, William. 267, 832, 833 
Coeman, Catrena, 2000 
Coeman, Samuel, 41 16 
Coen, Marks, 1058 
Coerter, Elde, 1600 
Coeyemans, Andries, 1674 
Coeymans, Andries, 281, 379, 752 
Coeymans, Catriena, 281, 411b 
Coeymans, Gertruide, 379 
Coeymans, Peter, 281 
Coeymans, Samuel, 281 
Coeyman, Samuel Staat, 379 
Coffin, Anna Churchill, 287 
Coffin, Isaac, 287 
Cogswell, Catherine L., 2141 
Cogswell, Mason F., 2 141 
Cohen, Elkaley, 11 18 
Cohen, Hayah, 1 118 
Cohen, Rachel, 11 18 
Cohen, Samuel Meyer, 1118 
Coigny, Samuel, 791 
Colden, Alexander, 10, 330, 384, 

395. 1510 
Colden, Ann, 330 
Colden, Cad., 588 
Colden, Cadwallader, 330, 395, 702 
Colden, Cadwallader C, 159 
Colden, Cadwallader, Lieut. -Gov'r., 

482 



Index of Persons. 



5«5 



Colden. CadwdlwlH R.. 3S4 

CoMen, Cjpt. Thomas, 3&4 

Colden, David. J<j6, 330, 395. 897 

Colden, Kliialwlh, 330 

Golden, Gilbert, 9ilo 

Colden, Huriot, 330 

Colden, HenrietU M., 3S4 

Colden, J ime, 175. 330 

Colden, John. 175, 330 

Colden, LicoL-GoTr.. Ii)6t 

Colden. RJdurd Nldtolb, 330, 395 

CoWen.TlMW,. 175 

Coldwcll. Jsmes, 1759 

Cole. AbrahiRi, 3S0, 367, ios6 

Cole. Aticl« Verreelen, 1840 

Cde, Aoiea, 367 

Cole. BarnabM, 38 

Cole, UenjaRiin, <M7- >439 

Cole, Comelii, 367 

Cole. Cornelius. 967, 1606 

Cole, ElUabelh, 3^7 

Cole, Hendrick, 176, 781 

Cole, Henry, 410, 976 

Cole, luM, I036. t84o, 1S76 

Cole, Jacob. 34?. 1439, »77 

Cole, Jtcobus, 367 

Cole, John, 367. aoji 

Cole, Joaiiu, 2077 

Cole, Margaret, 3G7 

Cde, Mary, 376 

Cole, Myndett, 367 

Cole. Pcler, 367 

Cole, Surah. 38. 1393 

Cole, Teatte, 367 

Cole, Tanii, 367 

Cole, Uty, »Tb 

Coleman, Abigail, 1105 

Coleman, Abner, 319 

Coleman, Am^, 319 

Coleman, Caleb, 319 

Coleman, Catherine, 33S 

Coleman, Charity, 348 

Coleman, Cortii, 319 

Coleman, David, 338 

Coleman, Eunice. 319 

Coleman, George, 33B 

Coleman. Gideon, 33S 

Coleman, Hannah, 338 

Coleman, James, 338 

Coleman, Ji^, 338 

Coleman, Jonathan, 348 

Coleman, Joseph, 319, 34B 

Coleman, Kezfab, 338 

Coleman, Lydia, 33 8 



Colemnn, Sarah, 338 
Coleman, Thol, 137, 319 
Colgan, Thomai, 993 



Colingi. CalT, 1430 

Collier. Benjamin, 138) 

Collier, Jacobini. 1199 

Collier. Marianne CttOInf, ^\\^ 

Collini, Adam, 314 

Collin*, Arnold, 1475 

Collins, Edward, 94, 197, 4*9, iBm 

Collini, John, 617, 669, 958, loso, 

1468, 1787. 1790. 19B1 
Colliiu, Lena van der Bogerl, 1904 
Collins, Margaret. 94, 897 
Collins, Richard. 1904 
Collins, Samacl. S47 
Collins, Thankful. 9)3 
Collins, Wm., 1093 
Collons. ComeliBs, IjSi 
Collons, Mfchad, isBi 
Colman, Cartls, IJ77 
Col man, Georp, 914s 
Colman, Jeremiah, 3>4 
Colman, Rachel, 3053 
Colman, Richaid, 1061 
Colon, Catherine, 183 
Colon, Elitabeth, 183 
Colon, John. 383 
Colon, William, 3S3 
Colter, John, 875 
Colwal, Jeamea, I S93 
Combs. Mariam, 900 

Combi, Sarah, goo 
Comfort, William. 1140 
Comins. Abel, 36 B 
Comins, Ablah, 368 
Comini, Anna, jbS 
Comins, Eliisbclh, 36B 
Comini, Gaylord, 368 
Comins, Irena. 368 
Comins, Johanna, 363 
Comins, John, 363, 1756 
Comins, Samuel, 368 
Comins, Silauce, 368 
Comraiunuc, Wm.. IllS 
Complon, Joseph. 13^1 
Complon. Richard. 1361 
Comitocic, Adan, 3119 
Comrtock, Daniel, t>3i 
Comstock, Thomas, 357 
Con ant, Anna, SO96 
Concklin, Abraham, 337, 366 
Concklin, Anna, 366 
ConcUin, Caspimis, 337 
Concklin, Dsvid, 366 
Concklin, Isaac. 366 



Concklin. lohn. 304, 366 
Concklin, John L., 3G& 
Concklin. Lawrence. 366 
Concklin, Uvennce, 366 



5i6 



Index of Persons. 



CoDcUia, Hunnt, 337 
CoDckliD, HatEiM, 337 
CoDCklin, Matthew, 366 
CoDcUiD. Matthew L., 366 

ConLklin, Sophica, 337 

Conclin, Captain John, 1830 
CondenuaD, Adam, 1057 
CondermaD, Anna, 1057 
Coodennan. Frederick, 345 
Condeimaii, Johannes. 34J 
Conilenoan. Maicuii, 345 
Conderman, Matgaretha Lipe, 1057 
CondcnuBQ. Maria Elisabclha, 1057 
Condy, Benj., 106a 
Cone, Ichabod, 365 
Coaeyn, Caspaiiu, 1374 
CoDqrn, Peicr, »I34 
Coneyn, Rebecca Wemple, 3134 
Conies. Hannah Diederick.537 
Conies. Jacob, 537 
Coninck, lleyman, ig7I 
Conine, Johannis. 303 
Coning. Sleeven Jansen 1964 
Conkland. Anitie Shurcic, i6>6 
Conkltiid, John, 1636 



[(116 



CoDk}and, MariaShurric, 1636 
Conklin, Caitiaa, 33s 
Cooklin. Huyly, 335 
Conklin, Jacob, 989. 1730, 17;! 
Conklin, Kaipanu, 335 
Conklin, Matthew, 335 
Conklin, Nathaniel, 1577 
Conklin, Ritie, 335. 
Conklin, SafiUw, 335 
Conklin. Suah. 631, 1541 
Conklin. Widow, ii 
Conk ling, Benjamin, 1617 
C^nkling. EdmoDd, 337 
Conk ling, Ebter. 337 
Conk ling. Gamaliel. 475 
Coakling, Hannah, 317 
Conkling, Ji 
Conkling. J 
Conkling, J 
Conkling. } 
Conkling, 1 
Conkling, Man', 337 
Conkling, Kachel, 337 
Conkling, Ruth, 337 
Conkling, Satab, 337 
Conkling, William, 337 
Connelly, John M.. 1530 
Conner, Alice, 3B 
Conner, Bryan, 3S3 
Conner, Daoiel, 373 
Conner, Jamei, 38 
Conner, John. 33, 855, 944. 1604 



ng, Hannah, 317 
ag. Jean, 337 
og. John. 490 
ig, Joieph L.. 315b 
'E- jo»bua. 337 
jg, keiiah. 337 



Conner, Lancaster, 134 
Conner, Hary. 38 
Conner. William. 38 
Con nine, Corneliui. 3009 
Connolly, Patrick, BS3 
CoDQon. Jemima Hott, 1143 
Con non, John, 1143 
Connor, John, 1198 
Connync, Peter, 3006 
Cunnyue, Thilipp, 3009 
Conrad, Hansen, 3ii) 
Constable, Ann, 1451 
Constable, William Henry. 1338 
Constant, John. 1487 
Conteman, Anna Ogsbucy, 1391 
Conlenian. NichoUs. 1391 
Cunternian, Conrat M., 34; 
Contcyn, Moses, 1537, isiti 
Contine, ttaac. i^ 

Continc. t'eter, 1258 

Conty, I'eler. Maiquis de, tjyu 

Conyn. Abraham. 339 

Conyo, Alecteka. 4tua 

Conyn, Alida, 413 

Conyn. Caapuil*. 413. 300] 

Conyn, Ca«per, 410a 

Conyn. Casper Leenderlieo. 410* 

Conyn. Catrinle Hogcnboom. 916 

Conyn, Deborah. 339 
Conyn, Eava, 4ic« 
Conyn. Eliiabelh. 4toa 
Conyn. Eva. 413 
Conyn, Flip, 4iua 
Conyn. Jannielje. 413 



Conyn, Leenderl, 4I0B 
Conyn, Maria. 413 
Conyn, Maritie. 410* 
Conyn. Peter. 319. 4toa 
Conyn, Felrus, 339 
Cunyn, Ph., 916 
Conyn, Kabaca, 339 
Conyn. Ragell, 41OB 
Conyne, Lowrence, 1374 
Cooder. John, 611 
Cooder. John Edniond, Gil 
Cooder. Kachel, eii 
Cooder, Kachel KUis. <<n 
Cook, Abiiiail Coipenler, 373 
Cook, Alirnham, 1106 
Cook, John, 197, 356, 1347, 1739, 
J906 



Index of Persons. 



Cook, Nathui, 991 

Cook, Sax>h. 3it 

Cook, Suun Wright, 3Id6 

Cook, WillUm, 373 

Cooke, Anna, 359 

Cooke, Geoige, 359 

Cooke, John, 113, 1933 

Cooke, John Clarke, 1065 

Cooke, Robert, 17 

Cooke. Satnnel, 359, 1S81 

Cooke, Tempetance, 359 

Cooke, Thoi., 616 

Cooke, William Hedgei, 359 

Cool, Catherine, 344 

Cool, Comelim, 344 

Cool, Jacobus, 344, 3053 

Cool, Maria, 344 

Cool, Peter, 56S 

Cool, Fetrat, 1S99, 3003 

Cooley. Daniel, 310, 353 

Cooley, David, 310, 377 

Cooley, FrancU, in 

Cooley, Hannah, 3)3 

Cooley, Isaac, 310 

Cooley. Jonathan, 310, 377 

Cooley, Justus. 35* 

Cooley, Keiiah, 343 

Cooley. Nathan, 353 

Cooley, Rath, 377 

Cooley, Samael, 310 

Cooley, Sarah, 310 

Coolidge, Judion, 5 So 

Cooly, Nathan. 946 

Coon, Ileiekiah, SSa 

Coonly, Peter. 640 

Cooper, Abraham, looj 

Cooper, Abigail, 371 

Cooper, Ananiai, 316, S6a, 1191, 

1431. 1563. t6io 
Cooper, Andre«r, 3140 
Cooper. Anniaa, 1431 
Cooper, Comelin*, 1073 
Cooper, Eliiabeth, 11 
Cooper, Gilbert, 354 
Cooper, Jacob, 917 
Cooper, Jscobus, 1734 
Cooper, lames, 714 
Cooper, Jeremiah, 1003, 1739, 1750 
Cooper, Job:, 969 
Coc^r, Jolin. agS, njo, 133s 
Cooper. Nicholas, 1141 
Cooper. Obndeiah, i», 398, ;a4i 

735, 3isg 
Cooper, Obadiah C, S31 
Cooper. Samuel. 37' 
Cooper, Sarah. 398 
Cooper, Sarah Green, 7)3 
Cooper, Stephen. 371 
Cooper, Thomai, SO13, 3159 



Cooper, Thanls, 833 
Cooper, William. agS, 531 
Cooper, Ziporah Topping, 176; 
Cooper, Zophar, 371 
CopeUnil. Abraham, 393 
Copeland, Benjamin, 393 
Copeland. Francci, 39] 
Copetand. Isaac. 393 
Copeland, Jacob, 393 
Copeland, Lloyd, 393 
Copeland, Muia. 393 
Copeland, Matilda. 393 
Copeland, Phebe, 393 
Copeland, Sally, 393 
Copeland, William, 393 
Copeman, Abraham, 1343 
Copland, (leorge, Ii8g 
Coray. Almgal Green, 689 
Corbett, Mary, 35G 
Corbett, Isaac, 35 G 
Corbett, John, 356 
Corbin, William, 354 
Corey, A1>e, 378 
Corey, Benjamin, 306 
Corey, George, 1410 
Cornel, Adriaen. 369 
Cornel, Comeliui. 369 
Cornel, Giliam, S69 
Cornel, Jacobus, 36g 
Corael, Johana<i, 369 
Cornel, Lucas, aoi6 
Cornel, Wilhelmus, 3(h) 
Cornelia, Hannah Vusburgh, 1947 



i'M7 



Coinelis, Maeyeke, 406 
Cornclison. Michael, IJ39 
Comelinen, Adriaen, 38 
Comelisten, Gerritlevan Nest, 1958 
Comelissen, Jacob, 1771 
Comelisscn, Maai, $6$ 
Comelissen, Maerien, 406 
Comelissen. RoeiolT, I958 
Cornelius. Elias. 363 
Cornelius, Teun is. 4I0 
Cornell. Abigail. 391 
Cornell, Albert. 3036 
Cornell, Benjamio, 191 
Cornell, aement, 1381 
Cornell. Bliiabeth, 350 
Cornell, Hannah, 391. 350 
Cornell, Henry, 303, IS94 
Cornell, Jane, 303 
Cornell, John, 303 
Cornell, Mary, 391, 303 
Cornell. Mertin, 303 
Cornell, Peter, agi 
Cornell, Richard, 991 
Cornell, Samuel, 3S0 
Conwll, Sarah. 350 



5i8 



Index of Persons. 



Cornell, Susannah, 350 
Cornell, Thomas, 1328, 2024 
Corning, Erastus, 561 
Comu, Elisabeth, 1816 
Comu, Peter, 1816, 1859 
Comue, Peter, 1704 
Cornwall, Amoz, 393 
Comwell, Aspinwall, 1434 
Comwell, Richard, 1301 
Corrington, Susannah Wood, 2105 
Corry, William, 104 
Cortelyou, Jacques, 1022 
Cortet, Cabaril, 385 
Cortet, Jeanne, 385 
Cortet, Perpignette, 385 
Cortet, Tite, 385 
Cortet, Valentin, 385 
Cortie, Altye, 1585 
Cortlandt, Col. Stephen, 1387 
Cortrecht, Willem, 1393 
Cortreght, Benjamin, 516 
Cortreght, Lawrence, 1693 
Cortreght, Sarah ten Eyck, 1693 
Cortrignt, Christenah Rosenknms, 

X393 
Cortright, Hendrick, 1393 

Cortright, Lawrens, 459 

Cortright, Mattheus, 1050 

Cortur, Harmanus, 1585 

Corvin, Elisabeth, 1492 

Corvin, Thomas, 1492 

Corwin, Da?id, 598, 842 

Cory, Abijah, 278 

Cory, Bradick, 278 

Cory, Dorothy, 278 

Cory, Elnathan, 320 

Cory, John, 278, 320 

Cory, Jonathan, 320, 687, 1405 

Cory, Patience, 320 

Corvell, Emanuel, 402 

Cosoy, Grace, 262, 279 

Cosby, Henry, 262, 279 

Cosby, Philipp, 270 

Cosby, William, 262, 1821 

Cosine, Balm Johnson, 331, 340 

Cosine, Catherine, 331, 340 

Cosine, Cornelius, 331, 340 

Cosine, Deborah, 331, 340 

Cosine, Hannah, 331, 340 

Cosine, John, 331, 340 

Cosine, Nicholas, 331, 340 

Cosine, Sarah, 331, 340 

CoBsi^, Jean Pierre, 1094 

Cossman, Rhoda, 2098 

Costers, Antny, 1685 

Costers, Elizabeth ten Broeck, 1685 

Costigan, Fran., 279 

Cottin, Daniel, 237 

Cottin, Jean, 257 



Cotton, Sarah, 612 

Couch, John, 303 

Couchendale, Mannes, 1439 

Couenhoven, Adriaen, 531 

Couenhoven, Barbara Dubois, 531 

Counes, Elizabeth, 1441 

Count, John Lay 431 

Courteney, Laurence, 383 

Cousen, Cornelius, 263 

Couszens, Ino., 282 

Couzens, Isabel, 282 

Couzens, Samuel, 282 

Coveleir, Colonel John, 619 

Covell, Oliver, 2072 

Coventry, William, 607 

Covet, Elisha, 141 

Cow, Isaac D., 196 

Cowan, Michael, 546 

Cowdin, James, 707 

Cowe, John, 1454 

Cowenover, Ann, 827 

Cox, Benjamin, 2106 

Cox, Catherine Beekman, 214 

Cox, Charles, 379 

Cox, Dorothy, 1492 

Cox, Ebenezer, 343 

Cox, Edwurd, 1492 

Cox, Elizabeth, 343 

Cox, Ino., 1 121 

Cox, Isaac, 214 

Cox, John, 803, 1442 

Cox, Jordan Wright, 2106 

Cox, Leader, 2087 

Cox, Ludwig, 217 

Cox, MaiT, 2087 

Cox, Michael, 205 

Cox, Robert, 343 

Crabtree, John, 392 

Crabtree, Mathew, 392 

Crage, Adam, 347 

Crage, Catalina, 271 

Crage, David, 347 

Crage, Isabel, 347 

Crage, James, 347 

Crage, Jane, 347 

Crage, Tohn, 347. 1252 

Crage, Margaret, 347 

Crape, Maitha, 347 

Craig, David Stewart, 221 

Crain, Hannah Gregory, 743 

Grain, John, 743 

Cramer, Frederick, 1596 

Cramer, William, 1596 

CrandaU, Azariah, 1758 

Crandel, Phebe Willbor, 2085 

Crandel, Samuel, 199 

Crandell, Simeon, 2152 

Crane, Dr. Joseph, 1344 

Crane, John, 339 



Index of Persons. 



519 



Cimne, Joteph, 164, 339. 38a, 1549 

Crane, Sanh, 38a 

Crane, Stephen, 1740 

Cnuie, Thamar Caipenter, 339 

Crannell, Bartholomew, 326, 1019, 

1299, 1413, 1700, i860 
Cnmnell, Geertniyd, 141a 
Crannell, Trintie, i860 
Cranas, Henry, 1749 
Crawford, Alescander, 294 
Crawford, Ann, 994 
Crawford, Ann Riddj, 988 
Crawford, DaTid, 201, 341, 1208 
Crawford, Elisabeth, 341 
Crawford, George, 1449 
Crawford, James, 294, 341, 1123 
Crawford, las., 729 
Crawford, John, 294, 364 
Crawford, Joseph, 294, 341 
Crawford, Joshna, 201 
Crawford, Lambert, 156 
Crawford, Margaret, 156, 294 
Crawford, Rachel. 294 
Crawford, Samuel, 201, 294, 341, 

364, 679, 988, 1 123, 1208 
Crawford, Thompson, 341 
Crawford, William, 156 
Creamer, Sarah Hammond, 858 
Creble, Henry, ^18 
Creeden, Comehs, 1036 
Cregier, Ann, 1381a 
Cregier, Geertmy, 253 
Cregier, Jannetie, 410b 
Cregier, Johanna, 253 
Cregier, Katrina, 253 
Cregier, Ljrsbet, 253 
Cregier, Martin, 253, 410b 1065, 

1968 
Cregier, Martjmus, 410b 
Cregier, Marytje, 253 
Cregier, Mortimer, 1381a 
Cregier, Samnel, 253,410b 
Crego, Ann, 300 
Crego, Anna, 300 
Crego, Jane, 300 
Crego, John, 300 
Crego, Josias, 1501 
Crego, Margaret, 300 
Crego, Richard, 300 
Crego, Stephen, 300 
Crespel, Anthony, 2022 
Crespel, Johannii, 2020 
Crespel, Petrus, 333 
Crimsheir, Ino. D., 543 
Crimsheir, Jon. D., 1906 
Crimpsheire, John, 1560 
Crispel, Geertje, 333 
Crispeli, Anthony, 318 
Crispell, Cornelius, 318, 333 



Crispdl, Johannes, 318 

Crispin, Robert, 375 

Crispis, Jane, 375 

Crispis, l^etitia Penelope, 37$ 

Crist, Abraham, 358 

Crist, Adam, 358 

Crist, Ann, 358 

Crist, David, 358 

Crist, Elizabeth, 358 

Crist, Eve, 358 

Crist, Hannah, 358 

Crist, Henry, 358 

Crist, Jacob, 332 

Crist, Johannis, 358 

Crist, Mary, 358 

Crist, Philipp, 121 1 

Crist, Sally, 358 

Crist, Stevonis, 358 

Crocheron, Dani^, 947 

Crocker, Ann, 391 

Crocker, Ebenoer, 391 

Crocker, Sarah, 391 

Croeder, Connid, 1082 

Croghan, George, 399 

Crol, Anthony, 1466 

Crom, Argen, 252a 

Crom, Dirck, 252a 

Crom, Floris, 270 

Crom, Floris Willemsen, 252a 

Crom, Gaysbert, 70, 352a 

Crom, Jannetje, 270 

Crom, Leyntie Aryaensen, 252a 

Crom, Mary, 252a 

Crom, Taenes, 270, 

Crom, Tuentie, 252a 

Crom, Willem, 1389 

Crom, William, 252a, 270, 342 

Crom, Wyntie Roosa, 1389 

Cromine, James, 1446 

Crommelin, Jan Pieter van Wicker- 

▼oort, 19*5 
Cronkright, Mary de Laenge, 489 
Crook, Charles, 79 
Crook, William, 828 
Crooke, Annaka, 326 
Crooke, Anneke Rutgers, 1401 
Crooke, Catharine, 264 
Crooke, Catrina Mattysen, 11 13 
Crooke, Charles, 264, 309, 326, 

1401 
Crooke, Cornelia, 309 
Crooke, Ino., 55, 426, 1297, 1801 
Crooke, Jannitje, 326 
Crooke, John, 73, 364, 286, 326, 

682, 920, II 13, 1521 
Crooke, Mary, 264 
Crooke, Robert, 264 
Crooke, William, 264 
Crookshank, Alexander, 1206 



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Index of Persons. 



Crookthuik, Cilhuiiie McKlDley, 

iao6 
Croon, Cilrina Jaiuen, aja 
Cropsie, Juper, 461 
Croiby, Benin., 3o66 
Crosby, David, 1056 
CrMby, Theodonu, 191 
Crou, Ciptam William, 347 
CroM, RoDert, 991 
Cron, WilliaiB, 875 
Croiuue, Elizibelh Fner, C6s 
CrounM, Hendiick, 66; 
Ciuger, Aun de NuUy, 370 
CrugBt, Ana MirVoc, 370 
Cruger, Henty, 176S 
Cnigcr, Hency N., 370 
Cnigcr, Toh., aoiB 
Croeer, Nicholu, 370 
CniikihaDk, Alex., 70G 
Craikihaok, Ju., 557 
Cram, Gysbert, 1395 
Crum, Yeanlea, 374 
Crayfl, Eldett Gerbertwn, 40$ 
Cuddcback, Abraham, IJ33 
Cuddeback, Either Swart woudt, 

IS33 
Cuer, John, 441, 1301, 3033 
Cuiper, Lambert, 1149 
Cullen, Chailes, 143J 
Colleo, Jabn, 394 
Galley, David, 1197 
Culvet, Samuel, 1409 
CuUer, Sarah, 1409 
Cumberland, Duke o(, 935 
Cumming, Agnea, JIJ 
Cumming, Gtlberl, 561 
Cumming, William, 315, 1173 
Cummioa, William, 1637 
Cumphrey, D., S9B 
Cumiinghara, Aaran, 1163 
Cure, Anne, 363 
Cure, Belicha, 363 
Cure, Helena, 371 
Cure, John, 363, 371 
Cure, Robert, 363 
Cure, Sarah, 363, 1397 
Cure, William, 363 
Cutrey, Jane Geliton, 933 
Cnrrie, Archibald, 1603 
Curry, John, 116B 
Curry, Samuel. 69B 
Cuison, Richard, 1535 
Curtice, Benajah, 37s 
Curtice, Col man, 334 
Curtice, Jeremiah, 311 
Curtice, Mary, 375, 311 
CurtlM, Noah, 3" 
Cnrtii, Caleb, 375 
Cnrtii, Daniel, 1377 



Cnrtli, Elfhn, 870 

CuHli, Joel, 365 

CuHii, Samuel, 193 

Curtii, Thomai, 175 

Curtiu, Seth, 333 

Cuiti, Johaonei, 76 

Curwin, Donal, 13B 

Cuaeiu, Barne, 763 

Cuseiu, Grace, 763 

Cuthill, Alexander, 3it8 

Cutler, Annatie, I a 50 

Cuyalau, Pierre, 3S6 

Cuylaer, Elije ten Broeck, 168$ 

Cuylaer, Johannei, 1685 

Cuyler, Abraham, 3 58, 368, 307, 

316, 669, 7S3, 1496, 193B, 19U 
Cuyler, Abraham C, 701, 1614 
Cuyler, Ann, 388 
Cuyler, Catalyntja Schuyler, 149S 
Cuyler, Catherine Glen, 701 
Cuyler, Corneiii, 366, 1495 
Cuyler, Cornelius, 316, 38B, 701, 

149S, 1614 
Cuylei, Elizabeth, 307 
Cuytei, Harmaois, 1938 
Cuyler, Hend., 1986 
Cuyler Hendrick, 36S, 307, 1496 
Cuyler Henry, 316, 1418, 1614 
Cuyler Jacob, 388, 701 
Cuyler, Jannetje Glen, 701 
Cuylec, Johannia. 368, 701, 7$), 

iqBo, 19S6 
Cuyler, Jo liann is Comelisseo, 1495 
Cuyler, Juhn, 701 
Cuyler, Join., 1674 
Cuyler, I.ydia, 38! 
Cuyler Margreta,307 
CayJar, Nicolas, 93, 36S, 307, 756, 

Cnyler, Fhillpp, 149s, 1614 

Cuyler, Richard, 388 

Cuyler, Tobiai V., 38S 

Cnyper, Abraham, 390 

Cuyper, Altje, 390, 193, 313 

Cuyper, Catharine, 31a 

Cuyper, Claei Janaen, aSo 

Cuyper, Contriner, 3 Bo 

Cuyper, Cornells, 613 

Cuyper, ComeliiJanien, 564 

Cuyper, Cornelius, 7, 367, 9B0, 390, 

393, 313 
Cnyper, Derike, 393 
Cnyper, Eliiabeth, 7 
Cuyper, Geysberl, Ijll 
Cuyper, Gilbert, laSo 
Cuyper, Gritie, 390 
Cuyper, Johannis, 3(3, 1399 
Cuyper, John, 3S0, 313 
Cnyper, JonathaD, 3B0 



Index of Persons. 



521 



Cuyper, Kites Yanson, 1694 
Cuyper, Lambert, 293 
Cuyper, Leaner, 280 
Cuyper, Lena, 293 
Cuyper, Nellie, 312 
Cuyper, Nicklas, 280 
Cuyper, Rachal, 280 
Cuyper, Sarah, 293, 312 
Cuyper, Thonis, 597 
Cuyi>er, Thunis, 1079 
Cuyper, Tunis, 290 
Cuyper, Wellemintie, 280 
Cypher, Allie, 304 
Cypher, Annatie, 304 
Cypher, David, 304 
Cypher, Lodwyck, 304 
Cypher, Margriet, 304 
Cypher, Nelle, 304 
Cypher, Sarah, 304 
Cypher, William, 304 

D 

da Costa, Daniel Nunez, 620 

Dagworthy, Mary, 376 

Dains, Mary, 1C03 

Dainty, Ann, 546 

Dainty, Elizalieth, 546 

Dainty, James, 546 

Dainty, John, 546 

Dainty, Joseph, 546 

Dainty, Mary, 546 

Dakin, Polly, 908 

Dakin, Ruth, 1322 

Dakin, Saml., 908 

Dakin, Timothy, 1322 

Dalgall, Rebecca Sice, 1643 

Dallas, A. I., 889 

Dally, John, 74, 1697 

Dalton, Ino., 736 

Dalton, John, 545 

Dalton, Richard, 545 

Dalton, Wm., 1683 

Daly, James, 471 

Daly, Patrick, 954 

Damen, Comelis Jansen, 564 

Damen, Jan, 564 

Damen, Jan Jansen, 564 

Damen, Neeltie Jans, 564 

Damen, Willem Jansen, 564 

Dampier, John, 557 

Daniel, Euphemia, 562 

Daniel, James, 562 

Daniels, Aryantie Veeder, 1993 

Daniels, Daniel, 1993 

Danielsen, Arent, 1983, 

Daniclsen, Aryantie Symonsen, 1480 

Danielsen, Daniel, 1480 

Danielsen, Jan, 11 14 






Danlafs, Joseph, 788 

Darby, John, 760 

Daree, Garret, 1571 

Daree, Hannah, 1571 

Daree, Jost, 1571 

Daree, Sarah, 1571 

Dareth, Jan, 1665 

Darrell, Mary, 1226 

Darrow, Abigail Robins, 1436 

Darrow, Isaac, 942 

Darrow, James, 546 

Darrow, Samuel, 1436 

d*Artignan, Jean Fran9ois, 1369 

Davaul, Anna, 1941 

Davenport, Abigail, 441 

Daven|>ort, Charity, 441 

Davenport, Elizabeth, 441 

Davenport, Ilanah, 441 

Devenport, Humphry, 1016 

Davenport, Ira, 402 

Davenport, Jacobus, 1440 

Davenport, John, 653, 996, 1021, 

2021 
Davenport, Lydia Cameron, 402 
Davenport, Mary, 441, 2021 , 
Davenport, Oliver, 441 
Davenport, Phebe, 441 
Davenport, Richard, 1054 
Davenport, Kobert, 441 
Davenport, Stephen, 441 
Davenport, Thomas, 441, 762 
Davenport, William, 441, 653, 2101 
David, Henry, 830 
David, Jean, 1016 
David, Job, 21 18 
David, John, 165 
Davidson, Alexander, 561 
Davidson, Anna Cumming, 561 
Davidson, Gilbert C, 561 
Davidson, James, 561 
Davidson, John, 1566 
Davidson, Margaret, 1566 
Davidson, Susan, 561 
Davie, Charles, 45c 

, Humphrey, 2109 

, Abigail, 425 

, Abner, 525 

, Andreas, 528 

, Andries, 513 

, Ann, 528, 2118 

, Cathrine, 947 

, David, 525 

, Dina, 979 

, Charity Ellems, 588 

, Edward, 425 

, Elijah, 208 

, Elizal>eth, 425, 437, 513, 528 

, Elizabeth Krom, 979 

, Elizalieth Roe, 1420 



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Index of Persons. 



Davis, Emma, 513 

DavU, Frederick, 548 

Davis, George, 588, 778a 

DavU. Isaac. 11, 513, 548, 879, 979 

Davis, Jacobus, 513 

Davis, Tames, 43, 588 

Davis, jane Mary, 513 

Davis, teams, 437 

Davis, Jemima, 525 

Davis, John, 289, 425, 437. 513, 

528, 105