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THE NEW YORK 






Genealogical and Biographical 






Record. 



DEVOTED TO THE [NTERESTS OF AMERICAN 
GENEAL< h;v AND BIl >GRAPHY 



[SSI l D Ql \i< I I RU 




VOLUME XXX, 1899. 



POBI iin It t\\ 1 111 

M w YORK GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHK \l SOCIETY, 

1 11 StrEI 1. Ni w YOHK. 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 









Allen, Fighting Parson, i i. 70 
Ashton, James, 203 
Authors 

Beekman, < I 

. Harriet S.,10, 118 
Collins, II. 1 >., ;-•. 183, 229. 242 

iy, E. II.. ;. 73, 1 1 ) 
1 . I '■ . iii, 175 
Greene, K. H., ; 1, 73 
Hawley, \l. I... 203 
Huntting, Nathl., 40 

1 
Macdonough, K.. 1 ;; 
McPike, E. F., 36 

;-, \ i< tor II. \6 
Parker, James, .;i 
Parker, S. E., 176 
Plunkett, Mrs. H. M.. 43, 7Q 
Reu hel, Rev . G. V., 177 

>. I . D., 235, 237 
Sutton, K. F. H., 1 

rhomps I . I >., 1. 3, 126 

u>n Sahler, L, H.,46, 101, 152,205 
Willard, I. LeB., 184. 230 
Wilson, J. G., 197 

llien. M., 180, 247 
Baptisms — 

N. Y. C, 15, 85, 159, 213 
Beekmans of N. J., 83 
Betts, Rev. is. R„ 256 
Bible I 

I lenning, 140 

Doughty, 254 

Brook, 1 2; 
Li by 
All( 

I )enning, Win.. 133 
Greene, Gen, • '■. S., 70 
Holden, Levi, 109, 141 
Holt, |ohn, 19 
Parker, Jami 
Yanderbilt. 1 

Book I 

Library, 65 

Adan 

Ami 1 Record, 

I 12 

\iiiiOiiirv I- amilii 
Andn % , 60 

Belli • , '-I 

Ilinh- and i airfield, 



Book Reviews (1 ontin 

Births and Marriages, Hartford, 

12,, 
Births and Marriages, Mansfield, 

ia8 
Mirths and Marriages, Windsor, 

120 
i;i 1. 1 1 iisi..r\ 1 aited Stai 
Bristol, \ a., Parish, 63 

( lambray Genealogy, 258 
Carpentei I len< alog) ,131 
Clark Genealog] . 61 
1 oe Ward G< neali >gy, 260 

ecticut I'ublic Records, 64 
igy, lo2 

Deacon < ienealogy, 60 
I >i< kinson < ienealogy, 61 
Doremus Genealogy, 128 
Dorland Genealogy 

1 Dudley Records, 260 

Early Days of East New Jersey, 

106 
Elkins Genealogy, 63 
Fairman (.Ienealogy, 61 
I almi iuth Baptisms, 62 
Fen j , 59 

( ieneali igi< al Specialist, 130 
Gilli , 1^1 

Grai .127 

Hamilton Geneali 1 
I lamlin 1 ienealog ■• 
Heraldry Illustrated, 130 
H e 1 1 1 . 1 29 

Hoffman ( ,. 

Holland Society Near Book, 258 
I towell I ienealogy, 63 
I [owes • renealogy, 6 1 
Huntington First I hurch, 193 
Huntington, Sketch of, 61 
Irish Schoolmasti 
K 1 • 1 • 1 , 1 1 1 1 

Ki-nt ( ieneali 
King ( ieneali 

Know I) v. 130 

Lafayette Posl and i .olumbia I Ini 
versity , [91 

I. a I a yet) e Post and Admiral 

le, 191 
Lafayette Post and Porto Rico, 

[91 
Lane ' ■■ 
Latham ' •■ 

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pupils, 



■ ■ i i . ■ 



■ 



ir. Lion, i 

I luiui 

Reii !■• 

Sllllt! 

\ .in I icuscn, 4''. i 
\ an 

S . 70 

1 

141 
H..U. ji 
Huntting, Nathanit 

I .1, . ander- 

bill 
Mist. 
Itlip Main Si 

e, 191 
■ 1 1 v. \\ indi ■•■ 
Lion < 'ardi 

\. nil. in Hale Si hool Houai 
lit Kiv , B I 

, 1 33 

Runkle Arn 

. Northampton, i 

King, Rufui 
Leonai 

ough, K., 133 
Man 

McPiki I 1 



■ Subje* ts. 



Bratt, 123 
Bruyi 
i otto 

aty, 123, 154 
I tumont, 124 
Fillej 

Gardner, 188 
1 treene, 1 :.; 
Hale, 188 
I [alenbake, 123 
I lopkins, 1 24 

t mondaga Records, 2 s;, 257 
Rutgers, 253 
Shelter Island, 1 24 

lYn Brook, 124, I J 5 

• Ibituai 

Rev. B. K. Betts, 
II. E. Crampton, 189 
1 . s. < ireene, 09 
G. R. Howell, 190 
R. J. Leggat, 190 

U'ni. Paterson, 126 

Mrs. E. A. Stevens, 190 
A. I. Symington, 127 
Lawrence Turnure, 191 
C. Vanderbilt, 197 

\. V. (;. and B. Soc., 1 overs 
Onondaga Co. Records, 253, 237 

PalsitS, Victor H., !'• 

I'.irker Genealogy, 31 

Parker, lames 

Parker, Samuel E., 176 

Plunkett. Mrs. H. M .. 

Publication Committee, 60 and covers 

Queries- 
Baker, 57 
Baxter, Schuyler, 12; 

- m, 57 

Bulkeley, >:<> 
Cripp ■ 
Fenwick, 126 



1 , oittinued) 

(liirilii 

Hobai 

Holmes, 1 25 
1 [opk 

johnsi '■". fansen, 156 
Mann, 1 25 
on, 57 
Paine, 57 
Roe, 57 
Startin, 57 
Wagenseil, 56 
Ware, 57 
Whitin 
Wilse, 
Wrighton, 37 

■ Is — 

Bibles, i 25, 1 to, 253, 254 

1 Ihurch, 1 5, 85, 1 vi, 213 

( mondaga ( !o., 235, 237 
Reichel Genealogy, 177 
Reichel, Rev. G. \ ., 177 
Revolutionary Discharges, 23; 
Rhode Island Baptist 
Rutgers Genealogy, 233 

Saybrooke Fort I- ight, 1 

Scisco, L. 1)., 235, 2 17 

Si ttlers, Southold, L. I., 120 

Settlers, W. Jersey, 114, 175 

Smith Genealogy, 200 

Sot ietj Proceedings, 65, 196 

I. L, I. Settlers, 120 

Swan Genealogy, 1 is 

Ten Brook Genealogy, 125 
Thompson, I . D., 1 , 3, 126 
Trustees N. Y. G. & a. Soc., covers 

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 197 
Van Deusen Genealogy, 40, 101, 152 
205 

ihler, L. H., 46, 101, 1; 

Willard, I. Le Baron, 184, 230 
Wooster Genealogy, 212 



Vol. XXX. No - '• 

THE NEW YORK 

Genealogical and Biographical 

Record. 



.ill) TO THE INTERESTS OF AMERICAN 
GENEALOGY AND BIOGRAPHY. 



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NEW YORK, JANUARY . 



LION GARDINER ATTACKED B\ PEQUOT INDIANS NEAR 
- ^ BROOKE FORT, FEBRTJ \k\ «, [637 

li\ FREDERICK DIODAT1 ftfOMPSON, I.L.ll. 

n G irdiner, who was one of the finest characters of our earliest 
al history, was born 1599 ami died 1667. In early lite he - 

glish army in Flanders, where he served with Fairfax 
under Lord de Vere. Later he was " An I id Master of Works 

irtification in the Leaguers of the Prim 
Countries." In i< - I Gardiner made an agreement tor jQioo a 
to serve the 1 ompany of Patentees of the Territories at the mouth 
of tlv 1 ■ River, viz. : Lord Saj ind Sele ; Lord Brooke, after- 

ward Earl of Warwick ; Sir Arthur H h Boynton ; 

• hard Saltonstall ; Gei terwards Colonel 

Is in the Parliamentary army, Governor of Berwick 

. aho was killed at Dunkirk, 1657, ami others. Gardiner was 1,1 

lie employed in the drawing, ordering, and making of a city, town, and 

fortifications, ami was to have ;oo able-bodied men under his ma ml. 

iled from London, August 11, 1635, in a small Norse bar 
twenty-five tons, with his wife ami a female servant, Eliza Colet. lie 
ght with him materials for a portcullis drawbridge, ■•tuff for flags, ami 
a number ol ^ub were sent to him In a \ 

ton, November j.s. 1635. During hi 
tizens availed themselves of his ^knl eer in com pi 

on I ,n I Ml bj < '.< n ernor W inthrop. I 
n d iys' »ork b) eai h 1 itizen, and a committee 
1 il I deputy 1 lovernor Bellingham, 1 1 
John Win thro]), and John \\ inthrop, Jr . were appointed to 1 am out the 
1 rider the direction ol Gardiner, the work soon assumed 
the dignity and proportions of a fort It was a structure eminently 
mtinued in use till \mer- 

ndence, and «a^ lish troops al the time 

B nket II I Sit Edmund Indro 
within its walls in : liner was ordered to the mouth 

■ Ki\er. where, in company with Lieutenant Gib 
M ion\, and I 

nd I lonorable Artilli ry I m, he 

built S 1 1 ommanded it tor foui >■ ars. It »,h during 

Indian ware that, on the 29th of April, 1636 
• 1 */ white child born in Ct>itn<; tt 



[Jai 

ll 

: ; but in i V 

! 
the tenth l 

' ■ 

iner, the ' 
which has 

n the 

i the 

i 
i out «itli ■ 

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I B99. ] Isli! . ^ 

exchanging many a shot, so thai I'homas Hurlburl was shot almost 
through the thigh, John Spencer in thi his kidneys, and 

myself into the thigh, two more were shol dead. Bui in our retreat I 
kept Hurlburt and Spencer still before us, we defend - with 

.mr naked swords, "t else the) had taken n> .ill alive, so that thi 

wounded men, by "nr slo« retreat, got home with their guns, when 
our two sound men r.m awaj and uns behind them. Hut 

when I saw the cowards that Kit us I resolved to let them ilr.iw lots 
which of them should be hanged for th id hang up in the 

hall for them to re.nl, and they knew they had been published 

But .u the intercession ol old \li gisson 

ginson] and Mi. Pell, I did forbear. Within .1 I fter I 

fow I for our relief and found the 
town awaj and the body ol one man shot thi 
the an ■ Mile, the head sti< king fast, half li- 

the ril ned it, and presum 

they had said 1 



\<>K in \Ml'h INSHIRK, ENGLAND. 



■-, II I: 



Tin- village of tslip, Northamp quaint and in- 

le past. In'' 1 ild in inor house ol the M 1 
Islip Lord, hut is still standing in 

nation and i^ the abidii 

f this little hamlet that 
Matthias Ni< '..s or Nicoll, tl 

: I family there M 

first I nor. M Uth 

Justii 

n 
shire." 

1^ when the) • r.il hundre I 

built in pairs with 
rare I 

1,300 



I January, 

rdshire, a few miles from 
birthplace of Ed- 

ii the one from 

• 
n a hill, BUrroum • 

I 

. \l. A . the 

v n, shade tr« 

irch, with its fine effigi' 

and the beautiful 

nirc, ami u 

Li Itville, an. I 

rd. It i-i ini 
individual • t I important 

ro the 
• 

birth is ui 

His 
individualit) 
: of the I r a - ■ 

|ohn I tetnber "f the 

1 500, 
ully the dul 

mem- 

1 still 

I 

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n the 

rid the 
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iSiji) I Thi 



BRIEF \riol\i OF THE ANCESTRY AND DESCEND- 
ANTS OF WILLIAM BEDLOW CROSBY, OF NEW YORK, 
AND OF HARRIET ASHTON CLARKSON, III- WIFJ. 






1 !' 

1 1 i^ now \\ iili his eldest '• 

is born, as we h.i\ i ;. and his m 

was the firsi 

he was twenty-one years old, he began to take a lead in the m 
of ill" 

he was appointed on a i ind from that time until his death, 

the |inin i j • .- 1 1 id. : i ! 

.1 town treasurer on Man li '>. i ; i 
thereafter until 1717. In that year he wa 

lucral 1 his retirement th 

1 I ■" In 17 1 . 

littee ")i thr< •■ n, tor « hii 

were 

■I 1717 II 
nam.. 1 

To th owed his til H 

tor in 

town 
In 17.- 1 and 1 728 he h 
rid let out " the bills ">t 1 redil issued liv 1 
town. I hese bill 

— apparent!) 
"breai 
first named 

! 1 inenl in the militi 1 1 1 

ml in ijor in 1 ; 1-' < »n Ma) 14, 17- 
Repn 

! 1 

n ..I th 11 period -ill th 
attent 1 

win. h Joseph <r 

returned to the I 
their faithful servii e in 
this Provin 



I 

:\ ils 

the unduti- 
many 

that 
lunch 

l 

i 

n the 

in lii-> 

? •< In r ato 

! 

I [< 

- 



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1 'ork. 

is in favor of adopting this , 
. and Mi Idams full) agreed with him. 

■ i ill him to distinguish him fr<>ni Ins 
r, the first Joseph) was married on December -•;. 1726, bj John 
. . 1 - , to Vbigail Adams, a member of the al mous 

family.* She was, I b [oseph \d im 

Brain tree, who married 

- sident John Adams, Die) had • 
1 ■ osby, born in 1 731, w hi \l is 

1 Jul) 8th, 1 732. I 
Vnn Belcher 7 — probablj in the ) 

bom in 1 749, became th Vdams, broi 

denl John Adams \ m, Joseph, was born cond, 

n Septembi 1 
I M ■ died in Februar) 1 

the Ft 'ill. In the 

j 1 hurch) .ml 1I1 1 

■ lv buried. The Belchers wi 
Braintree and oni 

11 of some me ms 1 te inh 
n of Ins fat i I 

ts, which record the marriage of his servant Nanc) in 1741, 
and in 1757 of and I 

of this town, entered b) then n 

was liiiili in 1 731, he took 

i.J I 

that he owned abo land and gi 

■ if h ii ]>m> ?oo.§ Tin : althier man 
in the town, Edmund Quim \. »li" 

in y w:i> appoint 

will was dated I :■ 1 " This is the 

1 
1 ■ len, " the whole ol m\ im nd an 

I r., he 
mi lands ; ! 

ivem," with 

diughtei 

. I y the Vnne Helcher, born 

ricil M imucl 



ther land. I Crosby and 

ntree, < rentl 
mil In a i 
\ 

■ 

1 1 is 

i in ili.it whii 

ami ui 

I 
■ 

b) the 

I 

whom 
it is highly : 



• 



i s t > . > | Vork. 

ble that Dr. Crosbj served first with these Heilman in liis 

" Historical Reg it. The i 

of Guards was designed i" at t ;i> .1 guard for the i urnmander-in-chief, The 
order organizing tl hat the men should bi chosen from vs 

Mm height, and " to be handsomely and well m 
It consisted of a major's command, one hundred and eight} men. The 

n>r|>~. ■ Morristown, New Jersey, in 17-7 ne but native 

Americans being chosen. The num I, and 

them were mounted as cavalry, rheii uniform was a blui 
wiili white facings ; whil 

and a round hat with blue and white feather. The 
never numl • men, and it accompanied General Washington 

throughout the war,* It u.i^ no small hoi 

twenty-three I tins 

to it until he retired from the 
the fact that when after the ■•■• I the 

■ 
quart) 

r,l ill 

v that in tn '.liege 

In 1 - • 

in his 

M i\ 1, 

- 

1 )n 

The " "'I in 

the h with 

came from Holland in 11 ' >ut< h 

West 
$10,000 to help William William Bedlow, Dr. 

chant. Hi 

Secrecy and Insp • Mt "' 

the dei 

Revolt! 

luct the elr. 
organized in 

•in May 19, 



tper read l.y I January 

■ 



i the 2S1I1 Mr. 

Three 
'• illiam 

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\ 

Miih. 






p I I 

iv. N 11 Annette, !•. at Bristol, Ontai 

N. Y . [an -•-. it 
Nathaniel I 
of Holderness, N. II N. 1' Perkins died I 

Perkins married [one i - . r87*, I>r. ]. 

A. 1 V II. \\ 'in. 1 hi mas Perkins, 

N P. Perkins and Vnnette Hawk nn Perkins, b. 

Nov ,,n, la., 

v, W in. J .mi. - 1 lawkil 

I (awkins, bum in , N. Y., June 

28, 1 836. VVoun i I arbor, 

Y.i.. June 3, 1864, died at Seminary llnspn.il. George- 
town, M.I.. Juiii 
N. Y.. Jui 
vi. I March 1, 1801 ; m. Robert Tourtelotte, 

March 
i. Mary. I >ied unmai 1 

mily A., married D. Vaughn; no children. Live at 
ton, N. Y: 
iii. 1 

iv. Susan, died unmarried. 
v. Henry, died 1 
vii. Man - 1803. Man 1 Pitts, Nov. 

viii. 11, b. Man r. in. M u\ Keeler. Chil- 

dren : Jane and Ann. Jane man; Chil- 

dren : Flora, 111. James Donan, Frank, died. Mari 
mar m. Vustin H rt, m. 

Miss Wind.;!. 1 , Mr. Gum 

ix. Maria Ant. iii 1 al P. 

Well N. V. Children : 

Henry Swan W., died unman 

Win. M app Si , 

:ie K.. 

x. Emily Frink rch .'7. 1811, nevei man 

xi. Henry Frink Swan, b. I 
Adam ived in Milton, 

. N. Y. April 

II, 1775. in !\eed) 

Fitch. Children : 
i. M 

li. John, b. March 24, 

iii. lied, 

iv. Adam, b. M l in.uried. 

v. I I 
vi. ('villi, : m. John Will- 

vii. Nathan /•'., b. [un m, Juliaette 

Smith. 



1 I * 

;S ; m. 

crricil. 
X. 1 M L) 14. i - .rried. 

irried. 

Lived in 

iiiy, N \ . 

Maria m. 
Mr • iliree 

e living 

■ 

■ 

ilren : 

i. V\ 

I I'-! 

N. 'i 

II, 

n, N. Y. ; n 

al K 

\\ here 

H in Mi. 

Oct. i, 

i 

i. Harriet -.<■ . m M.i\ 

min Winthi 
M 



[899' I I > 

1846, at Muscatine, [a Have Cornel iui Cadle, b. Nov. 
14, 1878, ,u Viu^r, la. Lived in 1 S97 at Musca- 
tine, [a. 
ii. Fitch Williams, l>. Inly 28, 1*4*. m Milwaukee, Wis. ; m 
Sept. .•-•. [881, Marj C Howe. Had: Charles Frederick, 
b. Man ii 1 5. 1891 I »ied same day. 
iii. Katrien, b. in Milwaukee, Wis., June 16, 1850 ; died aged six 

WCiks. 

iv. Emma Minnie, l>. in Muscatine, l.t . Aug. 12, 1859; died 

M . ■• ; 1 
v. Lizzie Frances, b. in Muscatine, [a . Sept. zo, 1861 ; died 

Jan 
vi. Fred Hill, I ii Muscatine, [a., Sepl ia, 1864 ; died Jan. 
17. 1 
Peleg Swan, son ol |oshua and Martha Swan, b. [uly 2, 1770; d. Aug. 
[826; m. May ;. 1793, Mary (Polly) young (dau. of Dr. Isaac 
Young), I). June 2. 177S : d. Feb, -'5, 1845, Children : 
1. Isaac, born (an. 21, 1797 . m, Betsey Lyon. 
ii. Phebe, born March 1 ed Jan. 18, 1800. 

iii. Patty, born Nov. 7, 1 Soo : died Feb. 8, 1802. 
iv. Edward, b. July 27, 1805 ; d. Sept. 23, 1X70. Married Lo- 

renda Pitts, 1st, and Elizabeth Pitts 
v. Emeline, born July 17, 18 1 868. 

vii. I'ery, born June 1 . 1813 : dii 

viii. Cyrus, born Sept 1 1 818. 

ix. Joshua, 1" >ni June 7, I Si , 

n "i Peleg and Mary Swan, b. [an. 21, 1797; married 
Betsey Lynn. Had five children. Children : 

i. David Lyon, m. tst, Matilda Morris 2d, Harriet Shaw. 

11 Emmons 
By 2d 
ii. Percy Pitt, married Caroline \ cj had Caroline, 

ind Frank. 
iii. Wm. Wilson, m. Mrs. J in Tenn. during 

war ■ 
iv. I 
v. , died ;ii infai 

1 . died 

ilts, Ii. July 4. 1S03 ; dii 1S48. 

. children. 

I i. Benton Pitts, b. J k t. 10, 

. in. [ulia Stokes, May, 1861 Had three ch 
M 11 
b. 1 1 

ford. Lorinda P 

John T, Tinker. II ibeth, 

.Mi' n, Jr. 

ii. 1 Nov., i860, 

1 1 len M. Donal Ison Had I . '■'• ood, b | 

186; ; in 

child, Helm M William Pitl 



14 l-' ai - 

■ chil- 

ink S. 

Emeline - 
1868 ; nun 
ilren ; 

ii. V. 
iii. I 

: 

iv. 1 pp in 1S87. 

1 1 

1 1, 1S48 : j 

b. si, 

|ohn B, W 

Mary, b. 18; 

leaton, 

Married, 

: I 
I 

:tlctt. 

. b. July, 1 S '1 - ; in. in 



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I HE REP 'KMl D DU I'll CHI RCH IN I HE 
CJ IV OF NEW YORK.— Baptisms. 



\ KINOI 

B r 11 v ii . Hendrik. 
Trymje Lc/.ier. 
Jakob Mori Alida |ohn. 
Edwards. 

John Waldron, F.liza- Anna. 

;. Thomas Warner, Christina. 
Mag lalen i Van 
len. 

10. William II e V c r , 
to d t e n - 

ilia- John, 
rina D 

[7-7-1 

K ip, Ami ■ de Amu Maria. 
Windt. 
17. 1: I liii 

Johi Maria Clark 

urge. 

. aid. 

: i due, Elizabet. 

ham Broiiwer, Sdsanna. 

- 

renport, Antje. 

Am. 

21. Alexandei l Wal- 

n. dron. 

24, Isa.i. La bach, [ddith P 

Will 

rina. 



Jan Van Weert, Catharina 

■ \ /.. h. v. 

Van Wi n k el e , 

mna Morris, W • 
van 

Iron, Mar- 
i. d. 
[akobds Van < > r d e n , 
rsen. 



ds. J..hn Stegg, Annekc 
. v. 



Anna 
M 11 i.i de Windt, 1, h. v. 

. i. il. 
Look, h. v. 

j. d. 

I in 1 

Abraham I 

Mart' -i , I les- 

. b. v. 
- 
h. v, 



1 

1 1 . V a n 



16 



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28. Abraham Urn., 

: 

Akker- 

m.in. 

ik. 
it. 1 i, Mar- 

in be I , 

1 

ilk. 

in. 
1 1 p Mintl 

[ohn 






Van I ii lirscn, W e (i . 

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\ .in Blerk 

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I iirk, j. d. 
Willem. M.iri.i 









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i. «1. 



I'ieier 

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Van 
Mar- 






Piel 

ll.mi i [ 

Jakob Hit 

15. Walter II 

11. I '■ irnelids Van Ranst, 

] 3. w 

Maria 

Mai 

lip, I .1 11 e 
McAller. 

1 1 
Hei 

Mai 

Wil 

Hen 

halk. 

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Wi 

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Van Y:uik. 




John M and 




K.u i. 




V. Winkele, 


John. 


M in < lanada. 




Albert i 


Jannetje. 


bet \ 






















Pieter. 


Lok. 





V in Zandt, I > a n i e 1 
Ma . ks. 

John VValdrom, F.liza- Wilh 
I laks. 






■ be r t s, 
John N 






Am. 



nnel. 

Anneke 

Anna 

n /nndt, 
i.alk. 
11. ig, 

lerre- 

E 1 i i a b e t 

1 1 1 



iTcl. 

Kit. 

M i 

N a t li a n 






[ohn 

Rachel 

'. j. il. 

a, S.ir.i Kip, 
h. v. 

eest, Wed*. 
Van I lenriciis Van de 
Water. 

thartna 
ii. v. 

Anna 
Van 
Wilh rom. 



John Verwef, Rachel 
Mon 






Mary Axiim, Wed*. Van 
VVintwort. 



S V. 



1 1 |oanne Ril 

. h. v. 

. Van 

\'.ii d. 



/ . h Chunh 6 



A" 

n Win- Antjc. 

• j e 

I . - 

W i 1 I i a in 
II' 
Dec. MarV. 

An 

11. 1 

I 



itharina. 

I [i i 

A e r 

JaV • ' 

ditfa 

A* . 
Jan. He- Jan. 

ham. 



b. v. 

l..-meni 
Van 
John - 

. j. il. 



■ '• 1 1 j c 
. v. 

M 



li. \. 
Ii. \ 

ii. v. Luke 
John 

ll. v. 

!]. V. 

Innatje 

.'. II. V. 

maen, 
Ian Rem- 

i iizabet 
Van /ami, z. b. v. 



■> 



A" I"?. I KS. KIM. I M 

8. D' Archibald Laidlie, Martin. 
Mart Hoffman. 



Albert II. Bogerl M i garit. 

Martha Rich. 
I ■ si Miller, Mar- I .■ ertrdy. 
grita Blank. 

1 5. Andries I ■ ! . k, l>irk. 

Jannetje Welp. 
I s .1 .1 1 ( lhardi n I 
Hesl 

16. John Byvam k, Jan- John. 

netje Hoogland. 

Magdalena. 
Icilm Ryker, Martha 

1 Van Blarkom, 

29. All 

' Water, E I i z a b 1 
Skilman. 

. 

Rachi 

30. Jakobtis Ri Inn. 



Feb. 
13 N. 






19, 



Jakob Bantha, [an- 

ier. Maria Rethan. 
h Marschalk, 
M a 1 

Ik 11 ' 



I 

William W. I 
Abraham I 
P Bantha, Fran- 



Jakob. 

Willcm. 



John, 
[ohn 

II 



\iiilii.ni II 

\\ , ,|. 

V v Hoff- 
man. 

. h. v. 
Hamilton, 1 

. v. 

il. V. 

Anna l 

V hi 

Anna 

nek. 

h. v. 
John Ryker, I ■■ 
Remsen, /.. h. v. 

Maria 

n, v.. h. V. 
is C. <,> u 1 k , .1 e 

•. I .1 k 11 1» 

John M.ir- 

1. h. v. 

Mar- 
n . /.. Ii. v. 

horni . 



V. 

I leni 



I January, 



'■ 

1 1 
I 



Jolm 
V.m 






h. v. 
-. b. v. 

b.. v, 

• I t j e 
Maria 



ll. v. 



. 



\ 1775. 
13 \ B. 



William W 
I ine I 

1 latha- 

rina I 



Bei and, 

Elizal 

|akomymje V .1 n 

irden, 

n Blar- 

30. \~ 

iili.i- 

14. Willed) J. ! 

A 11 1 

Jak>>l". 
\'.m I 

- 
nker. 

. J n 1 1 - 

I . \ 

I 'irk. 
ill, !<'•• 







William. 


Mary 






A 11 n So- 


William W i sc h .1 m , 


phia. 


. rtregt, b. \. 




her. 




1 [elena 




\'.m WVck, z. Ii. v. 








!l, Z. h. V. 



Elizal 

.niin 
Eva. 

Willem. 
Abraham. 

Aim M 

tik. 
fik . 



M01 re, - ii. v. 



Albert Water, 

il. V. 



[ohannis ' lothodt, 

Richard l 

j. d. 

Kip, Mai 

. Mar- 

| 1. hi 1 



winalje 
v. 

h. v. 
I irrctje 



▼olgcmie 






I 



t {j narv. 















1 








I' , M argrie tje 








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16. 


1 i 1 






1 






J 


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I 














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Mary 








' 


















' 














| 














































































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il. v. 






. V. 

me de 
Rachel 

Ann 

I Kip. 

h. v. 

h. v. 

V. 

I 






1 899. ] Records 0/ the Reformed Dutch Chw 



John de Boog, MarJ 

* rt. 
Harmands Rykman, 

8. Theodosids B 

Jemin 
;;. Francis Post, Maria 






Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



William ( "■ a n <i 1 , 

Hannah Tredwell. 

John de Lameier, 

It, Alili.l 

. ■;>. Ann Win t- 
worth. 

- 

swo.rth, 
Smith. 

. Nelly 

Peter T. Ciirteniiis, 
ioelet. 

: 1 y . 
Peter K i |> . Jane 

Frances de Kay. 
Peter Hdlick, Mary 

VanWinckelen. 

Andrew Meyer, Mar- 

I 

r \'.in Ranst. 
m Nexen, 
h a r i n e d e 

j\v. 







William. 


v r t , 




MarJ Brass, .-. h. v. 




Coenrail W. Ham, Jan- 




man, /.. h. v. 




Amli' . Ann 




h. v. 


Marceliiis. 


n Dalsen, h. 




v. Ma rce li d a (Jerre- 




inds. 






Sarah. 






■ ii ,ir 1 11 .1 Stodten- 












nalje !;■ .uert. 


Cornelius. 








Jane. 


ird Kip, Jane Kip. 


Elizabeth. 





Els worth, 
Man 



Anti 
W .1 - : 

ton. 
Senah. 

Jane. 

■ '.as. 

Catharine. 

lids. 

Henry. 

.rine. 
William. 

M.ITL 



im P. Lott, 
beth l 

N II, Catharine 

• uwer.Catha- 
Kip. 



Jolin Van Winckelen, 
Mai 

Cor- 
nelia M 









Jan. 7. 



14. 



6. 



John Sa 

1 

'■'• 









c i lman, 
■• elt. 

' I A ■ ■ 






Ann 



tharinc 



:ier. 

















Van ! 








f Pi ^' l r . V 































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Y 1 J KIM 

ton. 
2.'. William Robinson, William. 

h Freni h. 
2 j. 1 itherine R . 

Van 
[800.] 
JdnJ 24. ' 

Ma 

n - William. 
'. 
nish. 
Julv 18. i ihn. 

ten - 
ert. 

I *ecca. 
M 1 
1 1. John Sdsanna. 

kins Lambert. 

Annaka Annaka. 
■ 



'■ I oil lie 

II. 



\ 1 i da 

Kit/- 

[ohn i 



Hugh. 

1 1 e n - 

N. VTork Vers 



[REGISTER OF BAPTISMS IN I l!i H FRl lM THIS 

DAI ELIEVED I" on.] 

1780. 
9. Duiic.ii 

r & Jannetj 

Aug : 1 

II. I 

'7- 

nell. 
Sept. 

17. R 

iber. 



I January, 



1 5. I 



>lri>n 

■ 

-• . A 

Dec : 4.11 

(ha 

I 

7 \\ im ! M 

I lannh 

1 : . I ■ 



th M\ 

ibeth, 
linger), en 

• -v voor 

I 'unel. 
Samuel. 

•inc. 

Fdller en 

. M.m 
Daniel. 

^ Henkje i. 

■ /ACT. 

Am 



I 



1 

I I I 11 c 



1899] /'.trier Fami/j 

THE PARKER FAMILY OF NEW 



Bv Jambs Parki k. Lati I m*i UN 



•luv.i ir..m Vol XXIX . 1 ' tobei 189S. I 

Tin only "no of the sons of John l'.irker \\lu> left any children was : 
6. James Parker, who was born in the i'astk- in 1725. and died there, 
October 4. i - <j7. I have a 

after h James, the ; »re noticed. The latter 

after John Parker's wife. James 

useful life, both as a public and private citizen. 

Like his fatl :her 'John, he wi 1 tiy of 

ncial militia in August, 1746, i" the northern frontier; but we 

1 in any fighting. Vfterwards he 

merchant, in West India bu 1 ly, in partni 

with I • . lew York ; bul mter- 

•' Kast 

veral 

local offices, and well ; u.is M is his 

father and after the 1 '-rnor 

or to 
the King, 1 I ; but 

ippointed until < Governor Franl 
Mr. Pa 
Fraiiklin. in 

I km • ban .1 

faithful this trust r< 

1 public trusl by him, 

more than a hundred and 
expr< . ument with sui h great Ulat. 

il until the 

Mr. P 

sibility, in view of the im 

1 775. 

welfare of the in! 

: words, which continue I litical 

re, even in t 



[hwitb 
ittend- 

i 



Put ^ i 

men present, thai steps were la en to ring i (lurches n thi 
Provinces (then ju vUh each olh 

form thai branch of the i nun known in ... 

tant Episcopal Church in the Uniti Ii 

deputj A committee appointed u> 

the I 'hurt r !," jn 

to adapt it to the changi 
. very radical changes, which were embodied in what was known as 
•• The i I Summon 1' a 

In May, i~- in Convention was held in Si 

y, in which .> tw< ei the 

approval of the " Proposed Book," in which Mr. Parker, Hon. [oh 
Hart, Matthias Halstead, Henry Waddell, Hon whom 

Washington iham 

of the New York Churchmen "i that i 
sed to such approval ; and 1 [on. |ohi 

fohn I tennis were in favi 
the b< ■ esult w.it th memorial i" 

it it, which Mr. i I 
once caused tip- ,,n u> 

betterliturgic.il principles. II 

of 17S9, which brought about the uni I the churches, with Bishops 

iv. White, and Proi 

until the present. Thereafter Mr. Pa 

Perth Amboy, universally respected : his death u.i^ greatly lamented. 
A plain marble slab in S 
"In memoi 

Gertrude, » 
February 181 1, tged 71 
• l b 

1 do nol know that the author of "1 er " had 

i in mind, in the councillor he ; but he is 

amazingly like » Mr. Whitehead, who married 

r, desi ribes him a^ "of 1 rame, 

Hind ut' more than ordinary si 1 

Parker left 

I Ii r 
broth< | 

ttion t" ill \ 

. Maria, marrii .1 the 1 11 
I 
the other died unmarried. John Parker and 
1 the church) 

■ 
er had 1 .1 k - 



ingely enough 

- 
Amenc 

3 






I J i I 



I I 

n him the • 

7 . I n 

hard 
tii the 

orward 
nlj indepei 
that I 'iii' body It- 

find » 

1 1 

I 
I : . ii this 

- 

s 
.i hit li 
- with 

not hi>i their fori e 

tnder- 

n.il flow in- 
"i 

II which 

: the bound 

I unavailing 

I 
•ill \ m I ■■ • \ . 

i nited 
i the 
> \ in the 
i re from U 



I - 

endeavored to prevent their reception ; ompaay with 

it John Quinc) Adams, insisted tlut the people had the 
right to send a respectful petition t>> th on an) sub 

wheth r of the petitioners should be granted or not, 

another matter. It required - lain a prin- 

ciple, .a thai earl) day, when -I ibject. Through- 

out h 

Id be followed without regard I to himself; 

and that fierj Hotspur of Virginia, Henrj \ Wise, ivh 

n State took Brown, 

and - 

ol him as "honesl James Parker." 
In 1839, Mr. Parker became a Whig 
lishment of the "Sub-1 I hat institution ha 

: our financial system, that il t incredible that il 

had any opposition : but it « - an) ques- 

tion that ha I ind influen- 

tial member of the Constitutional Convention of New Jer 

the Committee on the B 
of it. .1 long titu 

the land in New Brunswick on which most of its buildings stand. Hi 

times Mayor of the City of Perth Arabo) : Warden and 

I 

the < reneral < Ion vent ion rch. 

His first wife, ind the mother 

idelphia, » 
ible Bishop White, in 1803. Her mothei 
family of Philadelphia, and one of the t her 

Their eldest I 

I 
•\ illiam, was an eminent - 

I' ind finally, - 

road His 

the b 

Mr. Parkei horn he had no 1 hildren 

minent law) 

Mr. Parker died April month, 

and is buried ai the feel of his parent-, in the oli 

rth Ambo) w ell ma) rvived him 

have caused his monument in the old 1 hun byard to bi 

for private worth and publii 
1 - >r, Maritus, Parens, Amicus, Cuncti 

<iuil>ilis : < )puin 1 on temp tor, rei ti 1 ■ 
metus." 



[Jan 

ry, married 
- 

bred 
nt. He man *. and died in Cui 

lis twenty-two ■ hildren 
'. for man) the Phenix 

■ I tlu- I'.irl. 



I»l MONT FAMILY 



Mcl'lKE. 



with 
from J. B.* D • 1 

ni doubtful points which he i- probably the 

I tli.it 
bap- 
tized by Domini 

1 it< li Church .it Harlingen or Me< 
then called "Chi rland." rhe hills near there .ire still 

I tumont's wife's father, 
\ 
mn h. If Peter' I lumonl ( Hend 

hurch, 

i I nun li 

- 
y, N f., Mi I. B. Dumont think- il probable that the I 

nother 

• -ni h an 

lived \s he subsequently 

- 

iM'lllli 
■ limit nt his ph) 

bable 

- 



1899. I imify. 

middle letters for .ill the " Peters " ex< epl this one, he being the senior 

it is concluded that he was probably the Sheriff, although Mr |, 
B Dumont reports that he possesses some fragments of papers lefl by 
his own ancestor, Peter A.' Dumont (Abraham'), indicating that he 
held some publii office and bad charge of settlement 

rig that he was a man much trusted in the community. Mr. f, 
B Dumont further reports the interesting discover) among the rei 
he has, that Peter* Dumont (Hendrick j Ij designal 

"Peter II. Dumont" in an appointment l>\ « t the 

for Hillsborough township, Somerset County, V I (with 

V.' Dumont and others), to "act in behall untry when 

'17771 I'his, doubtles mil) tradition that 

Washingtot raited him, Peter' Dumont (Hendi 

II Dumont was al Hillsborough township in 1777 

and 177S. Had he been Sheriff, 1771 77. h< would hav( 

led as Peter //. I lumont. rhese middle initials were used n 
to distinguish between the several "Peters" living contemporaneo 
.uid were derived, no doubt, from the initial of the fat 
Vs reg I lumont, 1 1 

it would seem thai he was either Peter H. Dumont (H 
\ Dumont (Abraham*). The First Battalion, £ 
was - I residents north of the Raritan Rivi r, and s 

thru Inn . 

dt suffii k-nt .1. n militar) - 1 

i Peti 1 I, born 1725 i Pi ter P. 
1 1753 ; P iorn 1734 

South of river: Peter \. ■ ' 10m 1734 ; Peter H.' 

. born 1 7 1 1 . P el I. r 
The latter. Petet I B . was in Bat rid, and taken 

prisoner. Alter release, his father having died, d no 

further military duty 1 this based on infom dson, 

I lumont Frelinghu) n, 1 q., no , to Mi J. B. I lumi in 

that it' the 1 ect in that those 1 om- 

from soutl r, it would, 

that either Peti 1 I I 

The formei i> R % « j 1 1 1 - 

and could hardl) have been a pi 

i in 
ler hand, staler to M r. 1 B. I lumont 

former's birth, b) 

m and sword h 11 

. him w 

Mr. I. I:.' Dumont adds that it 

whether Dumon, Dumond, 

pelted in diffet 

bility, 
the " Captain Peter I >ui 



!T \lr^ I - I I >' !l)c If. 

! irthcr 

d him 

His I 
that 1 

N 

I 

lid in 

i. I:. |o« I 

Till 111 .ill - 

■ 
I • is raj king "I. Still at i 

■ 

ere the horn 

[i ■ the 

ghter, Mi 

i 

put in 
■■ hii h had ho ["here they si lid until out 

I 

I 



t8oo. I Dumoni Family. 

Much additional information h M 

k Detraz, of Vevay, Ind., who has furthei luable 

family papers in ln^ possessii the following : m 

A letter from Jonathan Dumont, ol New Y> rk, to his brother, I 
Dumont, New Brunswick, in which mention is madi and 

mill at New Brunswick belonging to Peter I 1 irday, 

September 5, 1789. i-'i \ rough sketi h "t J< hn B, Dumoi 
f Marie 1 

., ol Marii 1 
nrj I lumont ; n<> dati 
June -•.;. 174,; (' ''ill of Ren I bruary 18, i;mi ; 

part gon« 1 7 1 O ml racl ol Apprenticeship, 

rick I lumont, to G. to learn m _. April 10, 

1 71H ; pari gi me or time-woi n 

Marie, « idow of Pel 

1. The above-named papers are all writ- 
ten in English. 

Mr. I letraz furnishes a translation ol 
and adds thai thi 1 h | >;i 1 >t-r^ whii 

peculi 1 them. I h 

Arnand appears in nearly .ill of them. I 

Arnand, translated from French: 

I the 4th day of January, 1 688, we, 1 hipcap- 

tain, and Marie Arnand, wido 
other .is husband 

■ in common as husband and 
i i) s, and in 
remaining shall enjo) in 1 ilththetwo] 

ing as he may judg 

child r the first man 

er and Jean Perl heirs. 

Furthermore: I. Pierre rraverrier, 
ment of all my property and 1 

affairs shouli id the liberty ol the Protestant religion should 

E her the . II thai maj 

belong 1 

of Mi - minister, depositor) <>i this ind of the 

witnesses below named. In witness whereol we have all sigi 
at Frenchtown in Narragansetl thi said day and yi med 

Pierre Traverrier, Marie Vrnand, on th >n the 

rr6, minister; Jacques Many, Vndrd Arnand, 
Abraham Dumas 

P Bony 1 it, copi si of the said doi u 
I, the undersigned, de< lare the present 1 opj to I"- 1 lithfullj < oppies 
from the original. In witness whi ri 
Done .n Freni htown in Narragansetl the 5th daj 

r 1 m 1 k iz. I be written in 

a different hand, and I 



/ [Jan., 

• .1 first :irti 

li.tnd as th ■ • '. but 

i ■ 
itten m the l e and 

■ 

iblii :i- 
itirch. 
In « itness u hereof we h i 

• myot, eld< i 

t )l; V 

tism to » it : Pierre bj 

i 

■ 
• • 

■ U-r. 
i>\ me the I 6 io. 

P. I 

both l oul line. I \ov 



riSMS AND DEATHS IN 
HAMPTI IN, I . I.. FROM 

N.V1 II VNIEL HUN I 5MS 






■ 






. [unr., 






' 















1 899. 1 Ma ■•> East Hampton, 1.1. \\ 



Vcai Month. Day. 
1733. v °l"- 3 • 



Oct. 14, 



28, 






Dec. 2, 

3°. 
in. 6, 

3'. 



Ap. 14. 



M.IV 5. 

July 7, 



An.'. 1 1 






A daughtei 

Patience his 
wife daughter ol lsaa< 
innei y owned 
cov" and had children bap- 
tized b 
A son of Edward I limning, 
A son of John Miller, Junr., 
A son ol I toman, 

Burnet's 

A daughter of John Hunt- 

A daughter ofjohn Conkling, 

erol 1 laniel 1 layton, 
A daughter of |ohn l 
Senr., s,-;h'- v. m, 
■■■r 1 >i — : 1 1 1 1 I 
A daughter "I' John Hedges, 

Junr., 
A daughter ofTimothj Hu I 
son, 

if Jacob Skellinx, 

Humet,' 
born, 

liter <>t Jos Hicks, 

i iter of f.uf. 
ard, 

terof John M 
I inn . 
\ daughter "t [saai Barns, 
Junr. . 

\ 

■ 

Junr.. 
\ 

The children of John Wii U, 

. 

\ 
\ 
'. 

. Junr., 



Mary, 




448 


S70 


Edward, 


♦»3 








424 








♦*5 






Esther, 






874 


Marj , 




450 


875 


M try, 




45' 


876 


Mary, 




452 




Mercy, 




453 


878 


Joanna, 








Ruth, 






880 


Mary, 




456 


88l 


Jonathan, 


426 




882 


I'n 1I1. 








Elisha, 


4 -'7 












885 






453 




Rachel, 






887 






460 


888 


Marj , 




461 


889 


Elizabeth, 






890 








891 






I'M 


















, 
















1 




897 




430 




















900 






















4-0 
















/.. /. [Jan., 

























1 -', 















\}<r. 20. 



June 






'•I nr- 

1 1 

\ 

\ 

A 

'■■ 
''. 
\ 
'. 
\ 

' 

Jurir.. 

'. 

'. 

\ 
'■. 

iiii- 









438 



1 1. inn. ill, 

I 1 

I ! 



Ill 



443 





















431 






920 









49O 937 



1 899 I " ' '<•»;." a i 

" FIGH I ING .! I EN." 



11. m 1 • 



King's distrii 1 in " Y< n 
■ 11" 1 txatii 'ii « ithi at re| 
promoted and inspired bj h 

to the field ; for tin- household ham il the 

1 me of his ardent pari 
ind with ilie proceeds bou 
e and wcirk all winter in h 

npany with ai 1 
muniti"n ami drilled them constantly, so that wl 

2 1, r-- nd his 

way 
\ 
ity and industry, and 

a ribbon on 

i.irker. and 1 

determined, liil th I July 

«, 1771 • thai bound them to th* m 

country. 

Mr. Allen, who was not I 
ward and do and dare, ■.•. them, went 

haplain, with 

nay, N, Y. 

reckoned equal to 
drv. but al- 

submit to ino< ul ti 

. within its I 
tutious conservatism of bis townsmen l that 

when ok small-|»>\ by im 

mild • e, and wa tion ; 

yet wh 

llic natural « 

rritten from Crown Point, Jul) r, 1776 in wh 
tells h ! from the 

which he soon died — "Our am the small- 

W'e have four tl 

ten from the same place 1 hit picture 



I January, 

Point 
mind with h< 

ii up with • Is but 

:.i tl.iur. 

batter, havii 

• Bight 

red up, Mr. 

Ut tWO llllli 

I 
mind, 

nutn; 

Mr. A , and he 

tribute 

le put their 
wing family 

sell his 

n the 

■ 

n his 

but which w 

'■ 

rather 



1 899. j 



15 



onto us I li- salvation." An abstra< 1 ol thi 
his papers, and his 1 ipening I in en 

the Famous Bruce's address must telling 

mixture, to the men of that day, ofphilipp 

The flicker ol hope that was lighted at Bennington, though partially 
extinguished by the disasl 1 ol Hconderogs 1 bril- 

liant radiance by the overthrow ol Burgoyn 1 in the folio 

October, of winch the doggerel of the time, speaking ol the pris< 
said : 

whole maki lusand men 

Who may. not with us li^ht again." 

Thereaftei New England breatl foi though the wai 

mger with its terrih 
ons was transferred farther southward. 

Mi. Allen always charged the oppressions ol England towai 
country to the King, and not "ii Ins ministers ; and nearlj twentj 
after, being in London, and seeing the Kii \ iment, 

he poured out his feelings thus in hi> diar) 1 his is he ■■■ 
my country ; who ravaged the American coasts ; annihilated our 1 
burned our towns: plundered our cities ; sent forth his Indian alii 
scalp our wives and children ; starved our youth in his prison ships (Mr. 
Allen had a brother who had ..innah an 

drowned in a desperate attempt to I : and 

caused tlie expenditure of millions of money and a hundred thousand 

us 1 1 \ e- ^ Instead •■! I"- 1 
their destroyer. May God forgive him so great . 

When at last the war w i t left an orphaned 

country. Having cut loose fi ihi idttions that had hitherto 

anchored them, :: mnd themsel 

one being a law unto itself — n awlessness. 

11- in in found himself 1 think right 

down ti ■ the 

of the Revolution >aw that all their blood and treasure won' 
spent for mere ap] 1 o! union found ; 

and calling a convention of th 
four months in 178; nstilution, « 

manship that ever came 1 

of the - 

It met with strong opposition in m ■ 
the Si i ius were thej 

: in a little 1 by 1 »-ini 
- 
field in Julj 

• . u turned 
ratifyii 

of eking out the 1 



ill the 

ir-and- 

■ . Mr. 

the ii. 

with 

"Hi; 

mark. 



I III. 1 \KI \ GENERATIONS OF I III. VAN in 
I Will \ IN WIKkh \ 



. 



] 

: know 

. I .inn. ipati 



[899-] Early Gtneratia 1- 

t hat is sent t<> me from oba ure 1 hur< h re< ords, 1 imil) Bibles, family 
papers, and so on. I am gi bted to M ollord, 

daughter of William A. Collord, Esq., ol 1 Incinnati 

imsen Van Deursen, for assistance in col 1 rang- 

ing material for tl hich 1 was previ nted from doing ow 

the full occupation of mj thne with professional work. Miss Collord 's 
kindness has been espe< ia.ll) apprei iated, as it has been the only marked 

ince that 1 have received in all of mj Van Deusen labors. I had 
decided that the five brother: — Matthew, Isaac, I . and 

lior were the first of the family in this 1 ountry, but furthei 
ligation convinces me that their father was Abraham Pietersen (Van 
Deursen), one of the early prominent men of Ne« Amsterdam 
York). 

Van I in -1 v 

Abraham Pietersen Van Deursen, of Haerlem, in the Nethei 
came to New Amsterdam al 

the early Dutch settlers n the habit of using the sun 

which, unlike many oi the old Dutch surnames in this country, w..^ the 

sum, p nil) in the Netherlands, and ,not assumed 

settlement here. It was derived from the villag en in North 

Brabant. The earliest reioid that 1 have Keen able to find in this 
country about him, is in the New York Colonial Doc nun nts, wlm 1 
that Abraham Pietersen, 1 V th< rl ion, in 

tor the Duti 
in front of Sloops Bay. In another pla< e it i^ di 

■;rs, in front ol Sloop I: yam River, and 

s|.eak of the spe< ill |" • Abraham IV m, still 

1 i \- i n l; tnd ol Quel Baj . near R 

: another island n 

In the latter inst 
Haerlem, owing to his having lived there when he 
ne interested in the first-mentioned island. In [638 h> 
the first miller in New Amsterdam; an important and hi' 

Abr.ii Miller. In 164 th, he 

the " ["welve Men " whom tin- commonall 
po« ered to resoh e on ever) thing » ith the I >ire< 1 incil, 

and ii i er 3d, he who 

memorial to the - 
I slate of the colon) on account of the Indian oul 

«Ien" am I den " 

nblies on Manh ittan Island, In 16 
.\ as thought best 
".. and on t >< lob. r 1 -'th he 1 ontrih 
purpose, and 111 1665, on April 19th, he « Idiers \t 

this time he lived on tn way ; 

the third pi ol Will Si tlity < hun h. In 

m April 1 r 

d of ( ,,m] I 1'''' !. 

he and his son, I 



I Jan., 

tl) his 

lis |iruiiiii.i n< c 1 he names ni liim- 

i the • >!• 1 I >uti h ( hnn h 111 
tirM time ii . their 

i in the lis) . I bi ii mi 

and the l>inli> of theii elder i hildren either cm < urred in the Nethi i 

ie < hur< Ii i ! mi!y were known 

msen until 1667, wlu-n 
rsen ; 
• urscn 
is still regained bj ts, but Van Deusen h.i- 

the nidst used, w h 

briith. det in the Si 

• :in ks ; she married, m i ondly, 
Men " \nil 1 [endrii k 
ndrii k Van 
nd I [endrii 

ii poral 
in tin ' n ither. Abraham 

Hendricl I 
1O40, .mil 1 Icndl I heir 

ned their p . and 

■ 

! I 

lands, who was a director in l India ( lompany, in 

•1. have bi 

.n honorable position in this countrj 
most prominently known Dutch families. Their sti 

.ni m .ill 1 ■ 

ntermarried 
with i. k-ih familii 

live in 

: 

ived t" \11' 
Abraham Pietersen Van 

1 
Ii II. 

. 
nt. 



1 899. I John Holl — Pnt. 



49 



.. Meter, lip. New Amsterdam, March 2 ;. 1^42; >] 
Maritje Teunis, l>r. Everhard Bogardus, Olol Stephi 
Van Courtlandt, Jan Jansen. Dam. M.October ic. 
t Webbers, 
.1 \l ;> liior. li|>. New Amsterdam, March '•. 1644; sponsors, 
Jan Stephensen (Van Courtlandt), Cornelius Pieterszen, 
\ neken (Jans) Bogardus, Lysbeth Dirck . \l 
Engeltie R 



|n||\ Hi i| I I'kIN I l.k AND I'' >S I'MA^ I I.K. 



l;\ Vn i"K II Pai.tsits. 01 n 



Tin career of John link is inseparabl) connected with ilu-inlnni.il 
history of three States, bul with none was his life histor) m 

iated than that of New York He was born in Williamsburg 
in 1721, and se< ured what was considered .1 good education in hi 

pabarked in mercantile pursuits, wherein he soon failed ; but ".i^ 
suffii iently prominent to have bei ome maj 

ing to New Vork Citj in 1751 upon re mendation 

■ iated with James Parker, I 1 prinl r, « 1 1 recenl 
appointraent'of postmaster ol Ni w ., and Park 

in 1 harge of the 1 11 re. 

Upon the earnest solii itations of Pi 

nin Franklin had pro< ured a printing outfit, with .1 view to ■ 
lishing his nephew, Benjamin Mei 

unwilling to undertake the work .11 that tunc-, and Franklin sold his 
printing N 

rtner. 
This was the se< ond printing nd on 

1 January, 1755. appeared thi first numl 
which was as well the fii 

lun he witl 
York and I whi< h he l 

a junior partner. After son 

k Journal. He issued on 
fore the next weekly number was due, tl 
up their different es, and 1 umed. 

■ 
independent office, from which he published 1 

the weekly numb 

that his nev 

riyhi ol in. But th< 

and, singulai tion. 

1 



Juhn : [Jan 

! ; I 

until 1785, and then, until 178; Mended \>\ one "t her 

Holl was a prii 1 N <>rk, and 

i 

ii. and in 1775 ln^ printing outfit w '1 two 

vol. i., p. 303) sums up I thus: '* 1 1 irdent 

i .1 firm w Ii 
untry." 
m an unpublished letter »lii< h 
Iphia." It u.i^ written 
from s - 

The 
■ here printi merest, foi 

• Icr the 
\ 

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iVith us, at I 

N 

i >e in- 

hould 

l 

l 

Will I 

'til ill till it 

11 now 

to more than 
. there 

their 

ild be 

k matter thai imunii at- 

. manj moral 



John Holt— Print . , 

rruths, &i li was by the i N wspapers, th 

i .1 & spa-. id the Notice ol the tyi innii 
America, and kindled a Spirit that has been 
i need nol to enumerate the - 1 - 1 ■- 

■ il Circulation of Newspapers, which I think are greater than of .ill 
the I. ..-tar. carried bj the posl Bui it has - d, that the 

papers is so gre I burden the p 

and fill the Mail, so as not to have Room for or admit tht 

that the mails should 
ther mails & Horses provided; and to defraj 
reasonable, small allowance might be made, upon ever) paper; bj 
means every one would pers al an equal and eas) Ex] 

which would give general Satisfaction, and remove evi 
I lint. It" t« : 
if a Man. in E 

have had, both as Printer of a N 

ll what I ha 
mentioned I eming Newspapers, is j 

Importance; The Government in England lias 
■ inny, the Increase of the Revi 
national Strength & Happiness, has been applied to in< 
and Influent I rown, which has at last aim d up all the 

& Liberty of the people. When an Imposition is granted 

little 
much to the King & h 
they i 

N 

[ tvour t'r to the 

i, for whi< h they might i 

structed or permit! rvants to dis< 

left in the l 1 

- 
1 
I it would b 

i 

in a Hurry al different l 



Van /:■'■'• n f-.mr. 

I in VAN I l I 1 N I Will V 01 ULS1 IK \M» OR \M.i 
COUNTIES, NEM YORK 






I,,, ., the li-i- "i iron 

• 
mi tble to identif) an) ol them with .1 
all in Vmerii a wh ' ttcn 

mi that I find ia in the Bapti 

re he 

baptism >>i < Inetjen, tl 

Jit. 

■y\. ■ the 

shows that on lugust rack 

„ n< j hj : ai the baptism ol their 

lit. thing 

inexpli 

but whili ■ " '- 

ilways 
nd his mother am 

i, daughter ol I." I by Griet- 
B tptismal !<■ 
i hildren 
the baptism <>t the children >>i 

miles from 

ii linn from 
Dutcl in. lu- 

ll the 
■ • ,. • .md 

w iltwyi k n 

l under thi 

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)'. - • 

The eccentricities of the orthography of proper names in th 
Dutch Records ol N i ilted from the arbitrary attem 

the writers to imitate the sound 1 «\ the spelling, and the nami 

is frequently written Van Ettyr, Vaneter, \ in Vtta, 
.mil Van Etta. 

Jansen Van Etten and Roeloff Swartwout, in 165 
the petition f" Governor Andros foi his issistance in pro- 
curing for them ,i minister at Esopu I oth Inglish 
and Duche." 1 1 >'" Hist. N. Y., vol. iii., p 965 l> 
Hist. N \ .. vol. ii., new series, p. 543 1 lli^ name i> also found on 
" \ roll of the names and surnames of them thai baue takin the < >.i 1 1 1 of 
allegiance in ye County of Vlstr, by order of his 1 rnor ; 
Septembr Anno Qe : I lomini Hisl 
V \ , vol. 1 . p. 2 

1. I \. ob I w-i \ Van Etten and Annetje Arians had the folli 
children, viz. : 

2. i. Jan Van Etten 1 , bap, Jan j, 166 I 1690, 

Jannetje R ond, 

June -■-'. 17. ji, ' Jan 

3 1 tie", bap. March 25, 1668 ; man 
_t in. Adriaen', bap. June 26, 1670; married Catharina Crom. 
: 
I 1 lla,' born al married Aldert K 

7. vi. Heiltie*, bap. April 21,1679; married William 
burg. 
i ■ .j. [681 ; married 

married I 

10. i\. Ja< 

11. \. t lessje', bap. 1 1 

2. J an V AN 

}o ; vol. iii-. ; 
the follow iii. 

I 2. 

Vpril 22. 

1 7 '■' 

1 ; I 

17. 

Man h 17. 1 

II < 

1 1 I \. ob Van 1 



-. ■ilablt. 

N. Y., vol. iii i\ . p. .• -, 

• hildren : 

■ 
th, the first n Minisink 

'»\ < stbroi k. 
15. iv. A\ 1 11 1 n'. born inty, 

and baptized .11 Kingston, June 12, i;.''-: man 

I klT. 

Iiorn 1 

1 7--i/ : married Ian. mill ; > . 
1 nock, N. J., 1730; married ( 1 ) 

liams He moi 

Pikl I I ii<lr< n »as 

■ 

• ■! \ J., bj » hom I . born 

s, « here hi 
' I hrall, he had son, 

S 

i 



WILLI \M GR1 I \l . 01 BARNS1 \i:i I .. 
William Gi 

■ 

1 

he died 

1 

ill, win. Ill 

i.il to 

111 no 

irried 
M illiani. 

ill. III! 



i 3g , . I Willian 

1 have looked in \ tin foi .1 record .>i hi> marriage "i children, and the 
record <>i death "t William .11 Barnstable, "Jan, 28, 1756, aged <>\ii 
seven t) , " would not point to .1 man over eight) \ 

There is .1 < lue, as usual, in the names ol the children of William 
and I lesire. The) » < :re : 

1. M iry, b B M in h, 1710: her grandmother was M iry Hawes 
ii. Warren, b. 9 June, 171a Was his grandmother named 

w irren ? 
iii. Desire, b. _'4<M.. 1 7 1 x : named for her mother, 
iv. William, b. 17 July, :7--i : after his father. 

- irah, b. 27 I ><•. . 17.-:. See below, 
\i. Mary, b. 5 Sept., >:■•>. The iir-4 Mary died yo 
\ ii, John, b. 1 ? April, 1 7 26 
viii James, b, 17 S 
I cannot say whose namesake the latter «.^, !uu John had five 
indparents, to wii : John Bacon, John Hawes, John 
Gorham, John Howland, and John niley. 

gned famil) names to .Ml but Warren S 

The records .>! Plymouth Colon) show William Greene 

Elizabeth Warren, hum Sept. 5, i6« niel Warren 

and hi- wife, Sarah Walker. Mr. William T. I>.m-. of Plymouth, 

10s Otis was mistaken, and these are the 

ts of William who married Desire. I'his agrees with my view, 

.mil would explain the names "i Warren and Sai th, 

Another Warren intern Vlass., Dec. 7. [659, 

e was married b) Major Hat horn to Mar) w 
ill was proved 1691 (Salem Records), ["heir children app 

i. Abigail, b. :? 1 

1 \I .'. ii. n Re< "TiU. 

Sarah, b. 14 Dei . 1666 S in Re< ords. 
iv. Elizabeth, b rds. 

v. John, b rds. 

u illiam, » lx> 
i« hi John • I 

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.lit. 
I 

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Fullers livei t I 
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Did 

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and killed Sit H 

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WRICHTON ' 1 1 i -~ wife Maty 

Wrighton who were married July 12. 17*;. in New 
|oi 1 |:i ss, is. .i Revolution 

bald Hum. I • ■•■ been oilier children 

might have lieeu the maiden name ol Joel's wife 

lion I» enable her to trace this Joel Benson, an. I to ascertain ' birth 

.( his children ; also maiden name of his wife. 

idelphia, Pa, 
■•anted, parentage of John Back an 
who lived in Vermont in 1 * 

were li.iptists. They aftei N ew 

York; had married daughter, who I Hill, N. Y.. « Ohio in 

was in .in Albany County regimen) in the VVai ol the 

tion. He married, 1 [ail Brown, di id ami 

. ha.l fifteen children 

They 

grine. Moses, Harve 

grandm used to tell hoi 

mother's home ihe "Old Man." a mountain, and im the 

mountain. She * Mass. 

P UNE, I 1' ■>'•■ '"•■''■ l 75'i V 

■• Of their twelve children, Ruth, 1753 

married. 1774. Samuel Kin- 

n ; Mary. 1 774, married Enoch Cheney. Who were 

the parents of Mar) I line and Ruth 

1 

Roi . '>'■ min Roe. born September. 1- 

•arn the names of the iunm 
, either of them. Benjamin had three 

where he died in 1 - \ I III. 

II. II. 



ject of this ■ • 
itcment refer:. 

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[ ]■>><• 

- 
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married 

Idler •.he wri^ thai he mi 

her own mrn 

namely, 
ed tliem 
in hei mind 

• inelia 
b, and 
in the 

e 

- 

- 

■ 

jge*. ami family nan 

There a n 1 >vkr f.mn lir , in '. 

namely. Hem: - Hen 

■ 

n New 
- 
I he line ol ! 

■ 
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born in Amsterdam; married 

i 

■ I lie 

- 

- children • ■! 

rother Dirck 

uicd 

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Henry Oudenarde j I, who married Henry C Payne, ol Milwaukee; 

Iphus, who married Amu 
,i, who married ' atherine S 
in 1876 Mrs. Richard Van Dyck is now i-,- iving with hei d 
Henry C. Payne, in Milwaukee 

Rev. Henry \ Huldah, his « 

>n Hanovei Street, New Y.mL, I 
ly belonged to his aunt Sara (Van Dyck) Oudenarde, widow ..1 Henrj 
nar.le, and daughter of Pietre Van Dyck. 11k- tots were then in pa 

ndants now living know that Rev. Henry was a nephew of 
• idenarde, by word of mouth, l>y letter, records, wills, and by 
real esiaie transactions, prove-, thai Henrj 
Pietre Van Dyck. pella huli mason (mrs. wii.liam l.). 



, NOTICES. 



ns ro 1 in Old Residents' Historical Association, Lowell, 
Vol VI., No. a 1 iwell, Mass., 1898 Octavo, pp. 121-356. 

e spirit for local historical study, which animates the < H.l Residents, he 
transmitted to succeeding generations This number contains interesting biographi- 
cal ami historical articles. The description of the Indian town of Waunsit, in a 
part of which is the city of I owell, is more complete and accurate than can 
where he found Among the other illustration- is a picture of the log meeting house, 

inhered, in which "The Apostle to the Indians" made I 
to them the truth- of the I . > 

Clemeni King 01 Marshpield, Mass., 1668, ind his Descendani 
piled by George Austin Morrison, Jr. I. unite. I edition, Albany, N. Y.: Joel Mun- 
11-. publishers, 1898 
II11- beautifully primed volume traces scv. n 

:,: King, .,f MarshBi titled there -, and 

afterwards removed to Providence, R. I. In the preface we find a list often early 

d families hearing the name King, and though their founder- are nol kno 
have heen kinsmen, the author think 11 King, of Weymouth, 

ti ilie ancestor of, or nearly related to, sev« irly -etiler-. 

mcnt that mark- the and the 

care tak< linate between genealogical fact- and presumptive evidence, are in 

agreeahie contrast to the methods pursued by many writer- of family hist 

freshing to note the a: The 

nd to lcam that 1 lenient Khil; has 11" ancestor claimed l"r him 

honored in the breach than the obser 
In the 1 

King " ; the note al 
ami h 

■ 

1 he M.un li 

King, 1> 23 M 

Mr M 

■ 
that 1 \ 



[January, 

'..» in- Mr Mai ii, wii ii ind 

- ;raLcr 
:-r, Martin. '. I CtDOn 

tastefully 

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tliat ilic 
I with 

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B family, 
tti rou £ [ 

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( 1 I 1 

Wills 01 mi Smii h Famii v of N 
Unii (Jbnealogicai am' Htsro Bi William S Pelletreau 

Ne» Vork : 1- r»ncis I . I l.u 

.( these abstract* ..i the Smith wills recorded in New Vork, 

i, and Hempstead prioi to 1794. Mr. Pelletreau has added another ile 

■ li-t of services he has rendered to the student! rhe Smith 

family, especially, in this instance, owes him obvious dim- 

culucs of tracing a Smith ance :ned bjr consulti wills, 

have in tins handsomely prime. 1 liule volume the wills of tin- 1 
Smiths in a compact and easily examined form. The introduction contains an in. 
■resting account ol the distinguishing " nicknames " of the various Smith families. 
. Hull Smiths, ami Block Smiths. * 

sii \, Wood's Ski r< 11 01 im roH 1 1 Edited with 

Mnealogical and historical notes by William s. Pelletreau, A.M. 
»0, cloth, pp, 

This i is Wood, published in 1824. Mr. Pelle- 

tre.iu's work in connection with it . 

valuable note*. The frontispiece is a portrait of Mr. Woo 
daguenr. * 

1 HI |OHN BEI 1 ■>« S, THI 

ash 111 imprising a full history of Col Bei 

fourutct S II.. ami his descendants, ami a partial i.iin- -f^ 

A Keene, Nil V 
Sentinel Printing 

The compiler of this work quotes from I >r. Channing, that " 1 Ine anecdote 
man is worth more than a v. .aim.- of biography," ami aotii made 

entertaining than genealogies usually arc to those not" directly inter- 
i the family. however, appears to have bei 

compiled, ami is set forth clearly and completely within the lines undertaken. 
'ther features of this volume is .1 |i 1 the Rev Henry W 

veil printed — altogether a very creditable 

111 : 

\ M., Pana, III. 
1 'in-. Mo., April, 1 • 

- 
The original work ends with indi ■ in- 

dexed. .1 

mentioned at Wether 
1 ven, where he 

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I J'" 1 

- lie died ihe 

- 

- 

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implied 

iland. 

I 

the c.i: 

jnienl and indu 
I*1MI Si HOOl MAST1 nllll « 

< noilicr 
• other 

S. II 

I rank 

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mbu>, 

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6 ; 

The author of this book disarms criticism by stating thai 
imperfect account. " Nevertheless lie h.i> collected and printi 
material, and the volume cout.un> a substantial contribution lo« 
the family, which will be of much value when ilie work 

temanc manner. Meanwhile tlic members of I he Or ton family will no doubt lie 
grateful for the present volume. 

I in Descendants op Stephen Pierson, 01 

AM. N : I'lCl- 

orth, Litchfield 

M B Hopkrn i, 1 llswi rth, I 
This i- an unpretentious pamphlet, bul sets forth 
fairly complete record of the descendants of Stephen ' authoi very 

I) does not undertake to -howtli.it there was Stephen 

ami the Rev. Abrah surmised that 

.Stephen may have lieen his sou. There are no facts to warrant even a sunn 
relationship. 

I ,1 M ILOGt' \1 \NH BlOGRAFHICAl MEWORIA] 

■ Watts, Latham, kkd I ikin- Famii 
II ,B., eti Printed for Private Circulation by J I 

MI" CCXCVIII. Quarto, pp. 266. Two hund paper hand- 

made for this r 

Tin- i*. inde 
ing leaving nothing in be desired. . and head and tail-p 

Philadelphia. The work appe 
the Reading and Howell families, and the g Othei 

allied- families as are ti iven to 

if these families which, when the connection with the 
American lines is clearly shown, art 
family. - 
I 
family, i a possibility. This i- the more noticeabli 

entions anoth 
I 

The 

led near Phil 
Nil. *• 

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Although i . Established in 

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arrange 

of the volume i- excellent ai 

work i> greatly enhanced by the ad ■' will 

be helpful to thi 

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GENEALOGY \\I> BIOGRAPHY. 



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APR 12 w 




April, 1899. 



PUBLISHED BY THE 

MEW YORK Gl PHICA1 SOCIETY, 

226 West 58TH Street, New York. 



il and Biographical k 

Publication Committit : 

Dt. SAMUKI 

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THE NEW YORK 

(Seneahgtcal anb ftwjprapMcal Scroti. 



NEW VORK, AlKl 



M VJOR-GEN1 R M GE< >RGE SEARS GREENE 

'resident 01 1 111 Ni» York Genealogicai ind B 
icai Society. 



Thi ral Greene w the early settlers ol 

Rhode Island and Providence PI ntations Hi parent 

Sarah Robinson Greene, daughtei Hi 

■ id m Apponaug, Warwick, K. I.. M ij 6, 1801, wherel 
ancestors had resided fo I ;rant John Gi 

m, i ame from Salisbu He used ol the 

i e, indicating des< enl I i istin- 

■ 1 family. Foi threi - : > the 
family resided on their esi ite at ; ■ 
shire. His line follows : ' l' 

rd, 'Jiilm (surgeon) the en '■' ijor John 

tj Governor, Rhode Island), 'Samuel of Apponaug 

: rnal line from 'John ( sur g 

rd, Rii h ird, I 
inson. Still another liro sabeth, wife 

Reynolds, Frai : 

'Mary, wifi f 'Caleb » I om this ii 

nded from the elder s 

the youngest son. 

At the age of fifteen, G > Wrentham 

my and prepared He then red the 

il mercantile life had no i harm t 
through the kindness ol Majoi 11 Iyer, Superintendent ol 
his name ».i- pi rj of War, who gave him an 

appointmet the Uniti d 

it. in Academy after examination, Jun 24,1819, ind 
in iiis (las-, July i. 1823, when he was commissioned in the ! 

1- instru< tor dun: 

nt I ii -tni. tor in M 
and 1 1 
regimen; . 

Hi mn 
his pr< 

road and other 1 onstrui tions in difl 
5 



I April, 

■ lni i 
, n^lrw ted -\uir. 

I '.irk. 

<l him 

li -ii 1 1 1 - Inter 
in the is ' neral, 

plai ill liim in f the di\ ision, in 

u lni li a ilphur Sprii 

* here 
ittempl !•■ i apt u re the artillery ; he 
; under him at the front. In 

but mi the ,;oth I nd "t lii- bi 

1 1 irper's 
. the battle "i Chan- 
I h> 
■ illiant, w hi i 
mpl l" drive Id 

venth 

| .. where 

it h on hard I 
I > . il's Den, » i 

d the lower ground northward, had ..ins ( ,| (,. 

5 

lii ^ lii ment and support. < >n 

's, not to i vas Itii 

i .I 1>\ 
I the wa) tn >in \li ^llister's Mill to Culp's 
Hill. .\i Culp's Hill was Wa Isworl ! I 

In- men I to make the best 

■nil and 1 1 > > self, « 

Vllis- 

lill to Culp's H i" the 

! 

ittai k upon 
blow after blow, 
I hll < in the i 
G I len .ill in line and read) i"r the 

i than 

.iii.i a\ red I > .m- 

iii Hank was turned, his men simplj made .i sort 

ig all the « ni< li .i 

ni barrii ad 

the li ti ( 'mi- 
:. dul not think ii prudent to press on into 



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the open space. He stopped his advance al the vacant barrii 
•. ; day. 
" In the open space Pike. During 

the night < I lade, w ith ( rreene, a long line 

back to wall's Hill. Ri ei Dii ision made anothei line from Mi \ 
lister's Mill to Wolf's Hill, I here al Wolf's Hil ocum 

massed cannon, all General M him, and had other troops in 

support. General A.S.Williams commanded that [Velfth Corps, and 
Slocum all that field. At dawn there was a terrible awakening. The 
(\imioii roared and the muskets rattled. 'What is it?' I called out .is 
I opened my eyes in the cemetery. 'Go to General Me 
An aide in a few minutes brought me the reply, ' General Slocum is 
regaining Ins lines.' 

"The Confederates had advanced into that harrow-shaped space, to 
meet three fires — two oblique, and the third from on on Wolf's 

Hill, firing straight forward. Their chargeswere des] 
fighting continued for live hours, when the whole line and all the i 

» Hand from Culp's Hill to McAllister's Mill were again ours. \ 

the while General Greene, holding hi^ men well in hand, b 
in the conflii t. 

"What do not our people owe to him ? But for him, or son 
intelligt gallant officer in his place, we should have lost that 

field A - i irious man has gone ; I, < leai h 

a< tion, u isi lily upright and en Chi istian 

in conduct. I have fell the full force ol the Scripture to-da) as I 
meditated upon the departure of our veteran Geni ral after a life oi such 
rdinary length and usefulness: 'Let me die the death of the 
righteous, .md let my last end be like his.'" 

Genera] Greene r mtusion of the i hest, July .;. i i 

;aged, until Octob Wauhatchie, where, in .1 

night attack, he was severely wounded, bi 
jaw. Being thus disabled, be was command, 

ol the time on other duty, till, January, [865, he was 
rne, N C, to i ral Sherman and open communica- 

tion for supplies to that army. At the battle ol N. C, while 

serving with General <'o\, he had another horse shot under him. While 
commanding a brigade in thi tm's march to Raleigh, 

he met the last attempt to oppose Sherman's army. <>n the 30th ol 
April. 1866, the war being ne was honorably dis- 

d. March 13, 1865, he received the bi . ' ol Majoi General, 
lunteers, for gallant and meritorio hiring 

lellion. 

1 Greene returned to his professional work and 
previousl) held by him in the l t, and when 

1 nissioner Alfrei I w Crai en 1 

-or. to w hii h was added s 

tment duties, later made the Department ol Public Works. 
' d Greene was called upon in man) important works ii 

cnt pis _ u hn h, as t In- I I | Publil 

in the District of Columbia, plar m lor 

Washington, and performing other work in vario | 

rati < rreene « in whii h but 



[A] nl, 
nl io, 

\nn\ 

\ the 

N | Ai the 

w ho « 

1 [ 

M 
Mr. Gi 

•land, 
N H 
I i . i . I . Ii in\ . 

a the 
I [e in. Mary 
i;. I 
Charles I . Md. 

.■:;. \ t . i omrois- 
i m Sixtieth I 

'•ii rj4. Wau- 
li.it . . where he 

S \ 
II- i and 

N H . 

I umberland, Mil ; 

- \ 

N I I 

I 

nl I nited 
Belle 
lie, Ku hmond, \ ■>■ 1 1 

-i the 



1899* ] 72 

enty-first Regiment, \ \ \ • '. . 
Voluntei i - le war with Spain, whei 

the rank >>t' major-general, from whi< h he i 
retired. 
Each of the children of Gen 
his friends «ill recall with what pride he ever spoke ol lii-> kindred and 

mily, while the patient work In- did in collectii 
the records ol his am stry is .i testimony thai he b< 
hould so livcth.it their record would be wortl 
that .ill should guard with < are the memories ol those to whom « 
our existem e. 
I 

I hnn h, Mi 
I >r I lili - b) Kt\ . W illiam P. I 

0. O. Howard, ' 
w . Lamed, Col P. S Michie, Theodore Cooper, l>r. Stephen I' 

. Charles M< Donald, Dr. D. N. S R W. 

(',. Welling. The burial tool 

R. I., when the Ri v. 1 P. V\ hiti mb, of St. Luki I 
< irt-«_-n \\ .. Daniel Goodwin conducted 

but kindly personality. We were happy in know- 
ing him, and we h lend. 



A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE ANCESTRY AND DESCEND- 
ANTS OF WILLIAM BEDLOW CROSBY, OF NEW YORK, 
AND OF HARRIET ASHTON CLARKSON, 111-- will 






Win s the Rev. >' 

■ itiun founded for the purpo 

( >n 
ly 7, he write in his diary : 
i Hazard. Dr. i 

Midwifery in thi I 
nnd n 

by in i ompan) with Mr. Hazard I he 
Docl Columbia 

■ 

His 
depart 

: from this pi 
In the Chi 

• " i 



-j [April, 

Dr. ( 

the I Mil I 

lamented by Ins fi i 

forti- 
d tin-. 
afterno 

i ily 1S1I1, has the follow in 
ast, in the midst <>i" h i-. u 

a twelvemonth I 

n irrc- 
mplished surgeon, in whii li ■ 
i . ed in the late arm) ti 

b) e\ knew him, and .Mm u- 

l.irl\ bj ns will be interred this 

Wall Sti told 

on this 
on." * 

lied " .iftiT .1 

I'hui 1 li r 

1 

her husbam i n laid. It red in 

■ii.it she « for her ! lintly 

i ■■ . had died on Ma; 

two wl I n mil Willi. i- 

m her death- 

II) adopted by him and ' ti< ally 

ms proper hi 

li ..in Harmon 

i in Ins " A I ban; 

il llic 
tain " Anl 

II' 



1899] 7S 

ami .is earl) '. Ibanj . About the yeai 169 •> 

the Indians caused him «i much troubli crops 

that he removed to New \ 'ork with lust"- II irman, 

Jr., who were both brewers. His daughtei l ined in Albai 

the wife of David Schuyler, once rn 

rried Hendrickje Vandewater, and I 
inr i>i the Lispenard and Barclaj families, and rt, de 

vcrly, Robinson. Rives, Vanderbilt, and other well-known 
families. Harmai I the younger son ol rman, 

married Catharine Meyer, and had several children. 

He wi mil) Bible on Christm; Da) 1706: " I, Harman 

. I >. .iimne I >e I ! 

Maj the Lord grant us .1 long ami happy life together, Amen." 

' 1711, I Hi fin! er .(ill : W ere moved 
imr own place in the Vly, and have made the first beer there the .'^th 
rd bless us in th nds." 

their oldest son, Harman [d, born in 17 ded among 

tl I R 1) family. HarmanV daughter Elsie n 
..ill and has descendants living. Eva, . born 

in 1710. married John I nd was the mothi 1 

pal Bishop ol Nf« York. I [arm son, 

Hendrii k, born in 171 2, d in 1732 to I 

1 one timi ' \ ■• \ ork.* 

rick's lather had already bought a farm on the East Rivei 
included in the Seventh Waul) and Hendrick went to live on it. 
ipplied barle) for the I anoth< r " bi 

.ilt on it. After his lather's death in 1 75 .. I lendri< k built 
there, the site ol « hit h is now 1 
|,\ Mi . and Clinton Street-. We know that this 

house was 1 ompleted ' 

the in soon earthquake. N h 

hand 11 troops, Hendi 

there in 1779 It w 1- his eli 1 ine de 

who tnarn. d 
.•er. Cathai . married Dr. 1 

1 

kman famih 
:.dric k Rut 1 n them the 

who 

Influential • 

the death of Catharine 1 |ohn and \\ 

Crosby. H born in 1 7 15, and w 

! : 
1 n the 

Rivei l 



I April, 

I I 

i I 

nlint- 

>o, wlm I) had I' 

. on- 

• 

nd thai 

is .ill 
1 
drum 

1 

; 

■ 

m Clarkson, ihe 
ivards 



t S99. ] 

( >n their arrival the Colonel senl l>y, then .1 

them from the vessel on which the) had madi 
1 ; the family whom William saw on de< k « 

iter, Harriet, .t blight, bl i liim- 

William promptly fell in love with her, and finally, on his tw 
birthday . F< most 

■ larkson * family h thew < llarksi 

I 
Mai w, Juni ir, bj t lathai 

: 

R 

"oil the 

.1. k, N I In 1 7 1 ; Mr I ■ nnenl » is 1 died I 

delphia, and there his « il 
in, who was then si\ years old, ».is brought up. II 

to 1 Hi 

May 1 ;. 1 : 

Clarkson »a> the first 
Physii ians at Philadelp 

r .it' the Philadel- 
phia M Philosophii .>l So< iet) . I le died in 

' 1 hi-> 

shed, 

:m.in 
Philadelphi 
rt Ralston. W illiam 1 

1 

nnah, 

William Clarkson and 

I • 



■ 



I April, 

■ ■I the 
N. Y., 

Phila- 
delphia tin i 
then her will tc 

I >■ i l.nk- 
son in t M While sh 

■ I t.i Mr Madi on she had her miniature painted for him. Mr. 
Madia 

l in.it- 
d a i- now in thi 
S. M 

m hi- : this 

i Mr. J 

old friend ol Mr. J General William Floyd, of New York. 

I hment, which promised at onetime the mi 

suit, terminated al last in disappointment." Jefferson wrote t" Madi- 

:it : " I sii I 

lament the misadventure which has happened, from ■ 

it In- final, however, the world >till pre- 

many withii I muni and unintermitl 

tion u No even) has been mi 

t'i nn |i .I on what 

But "t .ill in. . . .mi- 

lt i yards Mrs 

I 

i ■ 

must ln\ able i Ikit- 

her granddaughtt r. M 
I 
health il with her large Bible 

her spinni 

When w n. in 

i ii lane not 
1 In the M lliam built a 

in the Kut- 
upied 
iuse in 
i 



• 



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79 



there most of his twelve children were born. In 1830 he made the 

Rutgers Place house* his hom , remodellii iftei th< 

house in Regent I'. irk, London Monroe Street «.i- carried thi 

the two blocks upon which the house stood, ami tl 1 was 

tailed Rutf ! house had previous!) I rson 

Street, but now its north side was made it^ main front and it assumed 

the appearance which it retained until it was torn do« more 

after Mr. Crosby's death, in 1865, The grounds occupied the 
block with lawns, garden, and stabli l ph from which our 

illustration is taken represents the south front ol the house as it was a 

few weeks alter Mr, Crosby's death. 

V eontinutd.) 



FIGHTING PAKSdN ALLEN." 



.III. '■! I'l II I II I l>. Ml-. 



TftE echoes of "I'' 1 use— in the sense in which 

it was treati rmingham address, and which Tin 

Parker has d id as 1 am, ' ' I'm 

you are" Itlantii -1 

: ility and fraternity." I 1 with com- 

m at the miseries 1 ' I forth 

•11 his eloquent pen a^ to materially hasten the crj 

place during Washington's la-: term of office. .Mr. 

Allen 11 his mind, 

fas faithfully performing ■ our fellow-man, so that 

at many points religious and 1 1 into each 

that a I man 

tiU' what the intei I worldly-minded " 

den -i 

remarkably homogeneous set of men, who looked to I nitual 

father, and a wise adviser in affairs; and it is not too much to say ti 
impn and character left 

In this Tthampton 

cratic 

the monarchical, centralizing notions of ti; 

of fee ile in this bi 

Little 

ution, but -■ 

■ 

1 r 3 an I 2Ki ; " Valentine's Manual, 



" / 

i horch, « i. 

■ 
M i 
baled 

n uiiii.iiur.il 
M 

n that 

A 

luty. It« 

what- 

i 

\ 

ul in 
■urilrv 

man ; that 
inti- 

I our 



[899' I 8 I 

national Governm 

urse. But tti»- <. ro« ning bi i usation « 
[uly in which he i 

! ; 
I it blasphi mj ' M 
■ 
•■ in I 
the ii 

ell, who, in his Birmingham a 
i Christ w.is the fir>t true democrat th 
tught to tii.i 
monster. 1 now see th it he was i ml) in 
age d i; Allen's li 

the il: upon him tii.it bis menial faculties 

iuaded him pas- 

It i m .i S ibbath morning, Keb. i i . i 
The hi Pitlsfield, I. E. A. Smith, says: "Wh 

dawn of 'iay i ii the in iruary n, 1810, the solemn I 

of the bell, whose silver tones had b to him in life, stir" 

Sabbath morning, announcing to all that Thomas Allen 

had ; it broke u| th me who in tl 

\ uli liiin to form the first i bun I 
of many whose youthful studies had been aided and em . bim, 

of many to whom he had ministered in the saddest .is ■ most 

l some whose pride it was that thej 
red his leadership to victory in mv town meetings which 

placed Pitlsfield on the side of freedom in th< 
with him thi h ith him the I 

dangers, and 

In person " Mr. Alien « hi, slender, 

active ; of a mild, pleasant, and afFei 

all visitors and a u'i.id welcomi us in 

his m ns anil just in his d 

irthand, he usually, in hi 
■ lem from h 

in Ins exten munion tab 

trembling voice, and kindling eye, and animated coonti 

1 le must have been 
stantly kept a diary — the 

: in a little ; hamber, with 

desk and chair here shown, u 
produced the vast nun. 
ine time he 
for how oih- 
o('j£8o yearly, supplemented 

in a beautifully legible h 
of a pastor's vacati 



" / I April, 

'.■us (rue 
I than 
■ 

' I | 

• ith him, at 
lilhful and 

• 

.ili !>■ hei i 
ihiril jiart of B>) n 

may I 

ne sur- 
viving children he watch 

. i my pr< ; 

■ 

to it, 
prob- 
■ t " in 
the K > 

lie so 
iriboted im] t -ut a 

lew tl. 

that h land that ha n him .it his 

■ lit. I lis « h it in iv be i ailed the 

bounded 
under his 
He com] I wit 

mi many years ii . i i ■ t beautiful 

.. M. l'nii m -aw 

limate 

ition, both parishi 
' under the i I presi- 

■ 

n the 

;n the 

■ ■I his 

irk. Kut ih' i 

:n to him, ami in the 

v i\ two tin j 

1 grew 



1899-] Btekmans ot Beeckmans in g? 

to be .1 mighty < anop) of shade, the trunk still showing its dual Btru 
and 111 its grateful shadow I1 1 v the 

Iruit of h i ■> provident forethought, Fighting Parson Allei 
monument of enduring bronze, set up among the II j, where 

his influence still lingers, as a leaven nquiry anil action 

founded on clear conviction. 



A BRAN! II OF III 1 1 BEEKMANS OR BEE* K.MANS l\ 
NEW JERSEY Wl» MICHIGAN. 



Bl I KM \\. 1 REI II V I 



In tlu- New Vork Genealogical \m> Biographii \i Record, 
January, 189 rii k Bee< k- 

m.in and Phoebe Bloomfield, his wife. Onlj the name and date of 
lii rth of their se< ond child and eldest son la- had moved tn 

the S1 - l, and died then 

Re< ent.ly full informal m w illiam Martin 

: 
Mich., so that tl 

pleted. 

man, oldi si son ol I tendril ' Bi ckman 

unty, \ . I. I 
»5, 1764; married there Rachel Urn Mich., 

1850. 
Hi wife was born Novemb 1 ,. and died in Si 

I . I 1 1 1 . 1 -, l ■ \ urn- the parents d the following 
children, all of whom were born in 3 nty, N. J : 

1. Curnelnw.il. I >< 1 . 29, i 7 - > : d. Vpril 6, 1794. 
ii. Hint' 1790 ; d. Januarj 31, 1791. 

iii. Elizabeth, 1>. Dec. 10, 1 7 '.• : ; m. April 13, 1835, t" Daniel 

Ammermai 
iv. Benjamin, b. March 15. 1711 \ d. Sept. 15, 1 7 w 7 
v. Ann, b. I um iH mten; 

by Rev. Mr. < ',0* kiin ; d. Januarj 1 
vi. Susan, b. Jul) ;. 1; I 1 William Tun 

d. Man h 111 liililri-n. 

vii. Rachel Davis, b. Jul) 7. 1800; m. March 1 John 

. by Rev. John Cornell; d Feb. in. 
the 1 1 children. 

viii. P afield, b. < >■ t. 3, 1S02 ; d. A 

i\. Martin, b. N 

Minor, by ke\. John laddie:': ! 1. in 

l 1 Mich. H 

Imrii M '. 2, 1804; di 

parents of the following childri nd !•• >r n in 

1 Henry Minor, b. Sepl ;. . 1841 ; d J 

ii. William Martin, b. I 



- 

I 

■ 

itmastei 

in. John Calvin b A 
McMullen, and 
17. 1 

klin, b Vpril »i, i*j; ; m v - 

■ . I 

1 1 
\ 
Mr. u Ml I in handwril 

nth-, 
of all \u-. bro rj particulai » ith 

ill \l 

! 

1 his liandw ril 

'-.in in. Jr., depart) 

" 1 1 -r , [his father] departed tin 

" Phoebe 1 1 -5. 1*07. 

I 

■ 
" \imt Blizabi 1810." 

Miii. \i k' 

"William Bcekman [his brothi i thi-- life June 1 

in tli' 

■■ <l tin- life 
l 

i departed this lift I 1.1 

man | his brothei | departed tins I 

I .km. in [In- daughter], laniel Ammen 

I i. . 1 \\ illiarn Parish, departed 

I I July is. 



1899. I fl ' 8e 



REG 1 UK REFORMF D DUTCH CHI il IX THE 

CI IT OF NEW YORK.— Baptisms. 



• grinned from Vol XXX., January, 

A* !-' 1 'IRS. KIM . 

:■). Jan & Margarita Lut- Albert. 
kens. 
Jiiny i4- John & Mary Devine. John. 

24. Isaac & Henkje Asten. Abraham. 

beth * 
24. Pieter A Catharine Jane lier- 

Bernard. nard. 

24. \ : Sara h Ami. 

I '.urges. 
26. Daniel & Maria Abraham. Pieter & Catharina Ger- 

Hugtinian. rebrai 

31. Nicolaris & Elisabeth Hannah. Christiaan 1 
Pie: 
Jiilv '1. David .v Elisabeth David. 
Pinman. 
18. Jacob Van Asco & Jacob. Michael Ti 

Rachel Frani 
30. Thomas & Sdsanna Lowrier. 
k ks. 
I ternello Charlotte. Tho* Stuart, M I 

Van Genois Hour- lutte 

ghel. M I 

14. William & Catreintje Catreintje. 

15. John A: Mary Everitt Ann. 

isabeth Elisabeth. Daniel en Maria I 
M'Kildo. 

Sept. 9. N i n i a n Holmes >v M \ nny 

Ann Holmes. 

11. t "In lis 

& Maria Maria, 
iwer. 

16. Abi ih mi & Ann Van I 

Winl 
30. Thorn is & Maria S irai. 

[ames .\ M 

m e & M iri 1 J 
Low. 

■ 

6. Jacob & I l 



' Ik* Rt/urt | April, 



A 1781. 

11. s 

14. I 

Mi 

70. I :. H.llhil- I 

ton. 

" J 

Intje. 
hannis. 

18. J"' «t A Ann I John. 

mb. :. John & M ihn; 

John, 
hannes. 

II 

A i- 

11. W Hanna Hannah. 

April 1 William, 

ilh. 
John a Annatje An- John. 

. 

i4- ! ' ihn. 

u. w illiam .\ 1 Ise Lee. 1 



April 1 Maria Ma 

W M. 

jo. Peiei & I'.) ni. 1I1 Peter. 

" Petei \ ! teborah I 

I 

I in t.i in .v Maria M 

11 S Maria Hannah. 



John I 

& Elizabeth Bli 



John & 

Antje 

. l'lielie 
Smith. 






Wicrt 



William & Hannah Van 



ih I'ie- 



rv Lcc 



Ephi ■ 

we I. 



1899.] Records of the Reformed DuUh C/mith m New }'<>rk. 

\ 1 KINDI ftjtN. 

16. John & Catharine Jacob. 

Valentine. 
26. John i\: Dorothy John. 
Rem 
J u n v 1^. Christiaan& Elisabeth Christiaan. 

1 4. John & Letitia Mc- Elisabeth. 

Kill 
" John ov: Maria Ryke, fohn. 
i •>. Maxwel & Ann Rich- Margaret 

m. 
11. John Brestreed & Ma- John Bree- 
ri.i M streed. 

Jdly 1 Si Hrechje Johannes. 

Van Vderstyn. 
7. K Arm- Elizabeth. 

stroi 
14. P i c t c r iV mud. 

Smit. 
i-'. Jeronymd9 & Cat a- Jannetje. 

lina Rem sen. 
1 -. fohn & MarJ Walter. Jenny. 
a. M 1 1 i a Wcintje. 
er. 
" B ria n & Blandina Brian. 

Hammel. 
28. John & Maria Storm, Maria. 



ibelh Hen- 
rich. 



Petei 8 

J< ihannes & Sarah Mi ei 

Johann Spier, 

1 e s & I lizabeth 
( irant. 

en en 
■ iks. 
Joliannes Alstyn. 

Parker, 
inn e s & W 
I [oppe. 



1. Sam del & Hannaatje Catleintje 
I (e Lamater. 

. Ann Barwell. Sarah. 

14. Nathaniel & Elsje Deborah. 
Britain. 

rrit & Gerritje Hendrik. 
\\ . 

8. M 1 isabeth Maria. 

12. James Annis Van 1 James. 

7. Rig! en Pamelia 

13. Samdel 4 Ann Taylor. M 



16. I 

F rederik. 
Fine. 
rd & Mary James. 

15. Jell' 

Mandevel. 



Nicolads Brouwer & Ma- 
ria Bn 

Johannes Van di 1 
& 1 latleintje de l 1 
mater. 

Abraham & 

ientje \ an 
dm. 
aa Smith. 



Philip 1 

beth Woo Ibridge A 

Mai 1 
1 
Peter R 



Lawrcii' 



88 



I April, 






. kkcrman & 
Marj . 

I Ferdi- 



KIKl 

.V M.iry M 

1 • "r 1 1 1 . 
II U 

Januarj 

23. J ns.j.h & Pieten irina 

rghell. M 

.•5. '.'• Walter, 

livv. 

!'-• Jacomeintje. 
iwer. 

[ennj Mon- David. 1 and Elisabeth 

1 lathei 
1 I t Maria. Jan & Martha Ekker. 

14. 1 >iii 1 in .v Tammar John. 

Mi P 

I 

1 5. 1 1 h -' der W 

/ 11 
•■ I dward & Hannah W*i 

^se. 
•• Dan el & Elisab ith I- 

□ tot lidma 11 mder- 

1 1 
;o. Abraham &Ai 

Simon A Mary Van Ann. 
erp, 

vine. 

imtiel. I 

R 5 1 

.\ 1 1 snkj \ 



ler. 



16. Patrick & M 

. i.ir. 

April >v Marth I 

•• John a. Mai vnn. 

11. i 

1 1. Arie A He1< Philip. 



Riddi 



mi. 1 V.m Zeil. 



I S99. J Records of th Church in NtW York, Sf) 

A° I" KIM 

14. Abert & Weintje Cor- Elias. 

nel. 
17. Johannes & Rachel Johannes. 

Kool. 
19. John & Catharina van Lowrens, 

Boskerk. 
ii. Job & Jane Hetfield. PI Id A 

Abigael Blanchard. 
24. Andrew & Helena I'heby. Hendrik & Pheb) Gdlik. 

Rode. 
May S. William & Annetje Maria. I Campbell. 

pbell. 

15. Nicolads & Elizabet Nicolads. 

Pieterse. 
23. John >v Elisabeth John. 

Jaelin. 
26. Benjamin & Elisabeth Maria. John & Maria Lamb, 

land. 
JdnJ ciis & Vrodwlje Reinier. Reinierd fai 

ndyk. tendyk. 

I 11 u int J 11 

.v Mary 
mbel. 

17. P.i t'i : ii -; & Helena Annatje. Nicolads & Annatje Pie- 

Pieterse. 

18. J mi. ■ ' 

John & Mary Ryke. Abrah 
Charles & Susanna John Rob- 
Gardner, ertsi 

19. I i lizabeth Daniel. 

M 1 
James Hoi let & Eliza- Anne, 
beth M'Cloud. 
J lily 2. Isaac & "Mary Ver- Mary. 

ret Mil- Joost. 

4. Barn tbas & Blandina Ba 

1 1. in 

I ) r ci t Ii y William. 
Ri ms 
9. John & Hannah Arm- Catharine. | 

Stn droii. 

18. Aar..n & MaiV < !onk- R 
lin. 

lin. 
r 7. A . i I 
John 

roll. 



g ■ I' York, [ \| nl, 



KINDBHS. 

:.clli. 
Van i I 

J .1 n A k ii>. 

3 I . Rein l< it A. ' 

I - i 

ver. 

tthi n A: K ihew. 

II •■ 
ii. Martha 

14, Abraham & N 

.mi. 

18. Sunt, tli. 

20. I 11. letje. 

ner. 

11. i 

rah Ball. Will iaro 

II 

1 .-. I 

111.111 

Dec 7 '■ M 

John Matthew nnah, 

b. 1 ; 

1 1 . 

14. II nnah 1 1 inn 

1 ing. 
van Varick Mai h i, b. 

21 •*, Jiiu', M 

Jan. 



■ 



. :. 



itarina 



I 
Mai 

mei 






M ir S Hester 
rman, 

M itlhew 



Aron ■ J Van 

I Wheating. 

■. in Vari( l 



if ar j 

I mi I 



1 899.] Records of the Reformed Dutch Chunk in New l'urk. q[ 



A' I" 0! DKRS, 

Lawrence I ■■ . Marj 
in in. 
28. Gerardds Ii ii rge r, 
I acka. 

Gerardiis Ii il r«tr, 
Klje Tacka. 

Uzal Ward, Rachel 
Brower. 

I lb 1 I H-ill, Cltll.l- 

rinc C 
A' 1 

January 2. S a m 11 e 1 Scl 

Eliz ibeth Cloppcr. 

Gilbert Bogert, Eliza- 
beth I.Vnsen. 

Richard M K i ! ,1 ... 

Elizabeth York. 
David Masterton, 

Margaret B 
John I (i iver,' 'hristian 

Losie. 

harine 

Ten l-'.yck. 
1 1. I I, 1 lan- 

nah Neat. 

John Shepherd, 1 1 tn- 

n.iii Neat. 



Thomas Per! 

iiler. 



20. Christopher 

Smith. 

25. Jacob Van 

II n 11 a Ii V .1 n 

Riper. 
28. William 



KIM 1 '.IP 



Rachel, b. 

M 1 1 v , I. 
1 1 Nov. 
1782. 
Catha 
b, 2 5 Nov, 

1783- 
ilius, 

b. 7 

nil 

21 Dec. 

"•th, 
b. 26 Ni iv. 

Mary, b. 22 
1783. 

ret Ii. 
Dec. 
m b. 
2 Dei 
Eliz. I 

[ o h 1 
•3 

Charles 

I 

iiler b 
10 Jiilv 

rd, b. 
r iO 

John, b. 25 

• 1 did, 
b. 



rine Teller. 



B 1 ower, 
a or. 



1 Hopper, El 

Danial li ii rger, M.uv 
Bdi 



Hen ry N a s h , Ra< hel 
Nash. 

n.i I 



A re i' M a r y 

Sprai 



hdiler. 






n R 1 pe r. 
M.uv \ ".in Riper. 

1 , ililiid 



[ April, 



1 7"4 

W : 

i .•. R 



I 

■ 

- 

5. I lb, Mar- 

King. 

14. J 

M> ! imes \'.i 1 1 i 

17. J ! liah w ' 1 

1 1 .1:111 ih Win / uhh. 

11. 1 

\ V ; 

1 



KINDI 

Jan. 1 784, 



I, b. 

11 I 

I ! A 

Jan man. 



Jan. 

b. 

I in. 

Ap. 

1781. 

Jan. 

. b. 5 

Sarah, b. 1 1 

Jan 

; -. 19 
h, 1>. 

1-. 

■ 777< 

A n n, 



M.irtvntje 

van < l 

-.1 rah 



■ ije Woerten- 



Van 2 

I innah 



' \ . .in-, Rachel 



1899-] 



93 



'"8 i- 
15, Willian 

: ■ I . I. 

I S(eddif< rJ, 
Jane I 

Jane Bii ker. 

Gerard Steddiford, 
Jane 1 

■ Doremds, 
Myntje Vai 
ten. 

Bicker, Wille- 
min.i M.irV ' 



April ;. 

nelia Dtinsea. 

I laniel I. .1 w r e n ce, 
Jeremiah B 
12. II ttharine 

i'. I 

Jeremiah V 

11, Eliza- 

[5-] 

1 / I 

20. Is 

A n n .1 1 j e 

in.iiise. 

■ 
Wi 

II- I [off, 

M iv .-. I ' . \l iry 

;le, Jo- 



KIM I 

U Mal- 

lei b. 
Sophia, b. 

Much 

William, 1>. 
22 

Cathai 

ili.h. 

1- 

Wil leniina 
Mary, b. 
22 dec. 

Abral 

f( 1). 

[784. 
C.uli. 1 

'1 March, 
M ry, b. 26 

Man h. 

b. 22 

March. 

•11, b. 
25 fe b. 

John, b. 12 
Mai 

l'. 22 
M , 

1 1 rii 

b. 1 

.■ / M 

, 1>. 

5 April. 

1, b. 

\pril. 
rd 11 s 

■ t M 



fonathan Mallet, Mart 



Abraham Brower, 1 
iver, 



Jaooh Fee, E 

J a m 1 nbosch, 

William Van All n 
Van Alen. 



hetli Stodienbdi j 



Died 1S4S, J line 16. 
iter. 



[April, 

\ KI-- r , 

M 

I ton, Martha 

II i >. b. 

n March 

I 
I I.i s i ii , b. 1 1 ^ 

Hi ,D. 

Man Marselis, A 

April 

M.i\ o 1 1 

null 

i j May 

Mary J < ■ h n , b, 

1781. 
1 e, b. 

1 
iel, I). 

I 
.• 1 May 



WilU- in Crom, Jane 



Ann 
I l.innali 

I Lawrence, 

Mai i 



trd, Am. : 

1 April. 
May 

; . 1 1 • t 

b. 
[an. 

Irabeth 
, b. Ha 



31, James Striker, Mary 
Hopper. 



1899. J Records of Ih )\<rk. qc 

a* 1784. KIM 

Sam del Gibbs, Anna G I !>in. 

Harsin, Hai 

b. a M.ir. 

< ; a rrel 

I [i ipper, 
b. 29 

M irch 

June 4. fohn Woodward, Ann Sam del, b. 
Silvester. Dec. 

'7S3- 
6. Simon van Antwerp, A n n . b. 

M irv Harding. 14 May 

17 
John Wilson, l .itii- I li 11 in as Walter Qdackenbiish, 
arine Dobson. ickenbiish. 

1.. 
Abraham Delamater, Mary, b. Harmon Van Rij 
Van Blare- 6 May. Van Riper. 

k 11 in . 
9. John Walter, Mary Jacob, b. 18 
Walter. \l rch 

1874 
13. Theodords Adrianse, PI 

Catharine Van 2S April. 
II 
1 Mar- Calhai Tierse, Nancy 

t I .a Rue. b. 27 Tii 

May. 
Samuel Rogers, Ann Hei 
B 

II itl r. b. 
Ann '. 17"' 

»o. John Newkirk, Mary M Gai el II 

1 1 irsin. s i n . b. II 

5 June. 
Philip Fee, Christine M theiine 

I I May. 
Z2. I ina Anna, b. 

20 June 

27. Philip Lott, M iry ' 

let, b. 
28 ~ 

beth Bickl . M ty, rii 



• ■ ■ 

A i 

smith. 
[8] 

Ann 

1'. 
Mar) I i I 

M 
John I 

I'll. 

M.ir- 

I in 1 ■ \ 

25. Philip Romii lilip, b. Han 

Banta. \pnl nah M il 

Mi .lint, K.i- John, b. 22 John M 
rch. 
5. John 

;. in. man. I>. 

j6 M 

8. V li. 

[dlj 

15. William w Ephraim, Ephraim Brasher, Ann 

Ra- John, b. 
leer. 1 

:2. 1 tlharine 

fulj Mi 

[9.] 

I lann ih, l>. 
11 M 

-• \l .1 V ' Wl 

'. 11 11 , b. 



: ^99- ] Records of lh, York. g- 



1784. 

Inthon) Pi >st, IVtro- 
nella Brow 



it, Jane 

Banwar. 
S.i in 11 e I Delamater, 

Han n ;i li V .1 n 

1 1 
Peter > anan, .Mary 

Fine. 



3 • 



Sept. 3. John Valentine, Cath- 

. r ics I'ickenson, 

11. 1 . 

-in. 

1 ?. Nath mil Stevens, 
\1 mtanje. 

■ inje, Anna 

13. fames I. Beekman, 

:>:ris. 
26. Benj imiti Van W'inc- 
kle, M 



[to.] 
Sept. 26. 






A l> r a h a m W. Van 
izabeth 

Phili| 
N 

Francis I te Kay. 
Ye 1 1 is Mandevillc, 

: [tittOn. 

Ion. 

.1 Ant- 
werp 

I n Alen, 

ert, .Mi- 
ll 1 Ril 
I n n el Is, 

!i Alcn, 
norm. 







ieth, 




b. 24 




July. 




J ll II l>. 


Vouk, Man 


Vug. 


war. 




Jonathan Penny, 


23 July. 


beth 1 


Rachel, 1>. 




— 








M 1 r v b. 




; J ■ 




Catharine, 




1'. -• 1 July 




ius, 




l>. 10 








". b. 


Montanji , 


May 


Montanje. 


1780. 








Aug. 1784. 




Anna, b. 


Dirck I.eflerK A 11 tl .1 


14 An-. 




null, 


-arah 


b. 1 


Appleby. 


ieth b. 




14 








Jane, b. 3 








Maui. 




2'l i 




















:i ill. 




-• July 










1 k, Annatie 




nk. 














10 









[April. 









! 

Anthony I 

I 
J',M 






; i l . Letitia 

1 1 ■ ■. van I ■ 

Blanc li .1 rd, 

M i I 

\' " n , 

'■ 

1 
mini, 
tt'i I liam Morrill, 

I 

Ann I lopper. 

. Mart 
Rock. 



KIM. I 

M try van 

' ill- J I. li i. ::liarinc 









'•ill, 

b. i - 

b. 4 
W i 1 1 i a m 

b. io 

! , l>. 
I a n. 

ll I ■ 1 1 1 . 
b. 

i. b. 

Ann, h. 4 

( let 

i b 17 

bet li, 
b. 1 

\nn, 



I II. nukcr. Ji'n/, 
11. 

Jane \ an I lei : 



William Parks, Ann 



Rhem Ren 
Ren 



ick. 



1 899.] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in ,,,, 



\ 17E 1. 

[ u. I |ohn I list), 1 hariiy 









J 8 



I [an- 

n.tb Sti inn, 

Twi 

1 1. : man us s k a .1 1 < , 
ilvin. 

12. John Riker, Martha 

K 
Le»i> Andrew < Jati- 

tior, Margaret El- 
Mary 
van B 

1 1 De M .1 re, 
II . Nagle. 

i'i. Abraham Day, 

iam A. I 

1 .1 r i 11 c Van 
Zandr. 

.. Mar- 
garict Van ZandL 

16. [saai ' 

[ Elsworth. 



\ i-- 
Jan. 2. 



[«30 



Isaac Vredenbdrgb, 

Elenor M01 
David De M 

erine Brasher. 

I 
erine Brasher. 







1, 1>. 




>7 " 








1, b. 




31 1 




Jemima 1). 


[emima 






Elizabeth, 


[acoba 


b. 15 








Phebe. 


J oh n Ri k er, Dorithy 






An- 


rew Gadtier, 


drew. 


i iiitier. 



iham K. V a n 
Henrj B e e k m a n , 

Walters. 



M 

b. 1 -' N( iv. 
1784. 
M a r v. b. 
Nov. 

- Van 
Zandt b. 

16 i 
Mar: 

tin, I). j:; 
March. 
Sarah, b. 6 

Thomas, b. 

17 I 
Margarit.b. 

1 1 

1 is,b. 
-•- Nov. 

b. 1 ; 

ii. b. 
15 Dei 



Aii n -. 
Van Zandt. 



van Zandt, Marj 
Austin. 



I 



lie. 



I ohn VVa ten \l a 1 \ 






II 

I I 

W ! 1 '. : i in 

Mary 



3©- 






[14.] 



Elling, 
I Kip, 



Ann. i 



A ii n 



John \ in De D 

I 

Aii- 
AIi! 









KISi 

b. 4 ].in. 

3° 

b. 

-■', M 

:i 1 5 e I 
WaKli n. 
1>. i i l.in. 

'in, 
Jan. 

Dec. 

lopher, b. 

r, b. 

i Jan. 

e, b. 

I b. 

iq Jan. 



Mary, b. 
13 ' [an. 

I'. 19 Jan. 
S 1 m 11 e I 
John 

r. 1). 

1 ii . , 

A 11 n . 

Ii, b. 

M .11. 



■ . 
i! k, Man 

nd. 



herinc 
Van '■ 



Mu\ V. 



I 

\'.l! 



illZ. 



Mn. 



M -•- 
• irner. 
John Lab ■ gh, 



1 ■ >gcrl. 



JO i 



THE EARLY GENERATIONS OF mi; van Dl 
FAMILY IN' AMERICA 



I Saiiler. 



... I 

I n lot at I! ■ \ nv, I - . and 

iverack. M. 

! : ; in. i ''-4. S im 

i i in. abi iui 

1 1 . iv. Ri ibbert, m 

t2. v. Marritje, m. |an. 29, 

13. vi. [an, in . Man h 1 \. 1 695 . M 

in, in. Maj 
1 - . , m. Nov. 14 1 

1 1 ■ • 1 7 7 . I \ 

■■•in lined in New 
, * Jaime-tie I Vern- 

Abraliam, bp. New Yoi 
Piel' 

I n ; 

20. ii. Jacobus, bp. 

I I 

11. iii. Geertruyd, bp. N 
de Carmen, Pi< 

7 2 

Blank. 

23. v ! . May 1, 

m. April -• 1 

- 

14. 1. 









mi/i ii America. [ April, 

i 

Van 

Vail • 

i Van 

i 
i my in 

ml and W illemtie I [arperis V 
im, and ihe i 

Van 
int. NVillenv 

ned in Ni 

30. 1 . \ York, J u 

1. Anna W 

31. ii. IVyntie, bp. New \ 

ham 

I ; 

in, bp. New 1 \".i ii 

■ 

us. 

I I 

Web- 

11 1 '•■ I 'I.1IIUS 

V in ( lourtlan It, Van der 

'.\ j. Ma 

Rutgei 

1 

ill 

rmeihorn. 



1 899. J Eat VS of llir I '.: • 1 , , » 

:. Jannetie, m. Sept. -. 17 -. rhoi 'beck, 

vii. Marritie, m. Johannes 1 
. ut. 
44. \>ii. Harpert, m. ist, Nov 7. 17 7, II na Van Deusen ; id, 

\l i) .• 1 1 - ;2, \ \ 

4". i\. i I. « lothout, 

Lysl (Van der Berg), M 1 Van 

Buren or Van Vsselstej n ). 

ie, bp. Ali , Margriet 1 

(Mil 1 11 u 1 

in, bp, Albany, [uly 14, 1 

; in. ( 'atharina . 

1 Van Deusen), [a I ; d. 1 703. 

;i. Marten, 111. I • 

TlllKH GXNl R M ION. 

lau. of Mattheus Abrahamsen Van 
nson, --"ii 1 ■ 
ind their chil 

: 1 

ii. Derick, b. 1677 ; m. Elizabeth Rad< 
in. Mattheus, b. 1679; in. 1 1 Provoost. 

53. iv. H irmen, b. 1 », Nellie I 

54. sp., Weinij II mei 1 1 lun ). R-ibbcrt 
M ns m. 1710, M iria Boker. 

Mattl nelia Roos. 

( V in 1 >eu 

1 

Hun), 

. .I.in. c,t M 1 

Ilcrck, and ihcir children were : 

[elena, in. I 
64. iii. Derick, ra 1 

iv. Racliel, m.J..: 

cob di 



i I rnelia 

: m . Ryck 

S. I 

71. imin, bp M 1 Van 

• \'.in 

\ 

I 
\\ inne ; m. Jam 

. Mir 

I 

bp. M 

( Vai 

\ 

5p., Ivillll \'.UI I '■ 

lynl 

Mar- 

! 

So. ix. Trvntje, bp. A.. Si |«t. 1, 17 

M 111,1 Win den 1 

mi. bp. Jan. , Win 

1 -. i - : .- t Y.m Den 1 sen. 

1 1 . A' 

i V in 
Itu: 

1V.u1 
Bun ristina 

ns I Van Bui . 

1 

. 

, Marten Van Buren, M 
Van (Roor- 

ttheua Abrahamsen Van 



! IOC 

88. i. Johannes, bp. Aug itelj n 

M [une 14, 1696 , Hendrick Hans (Oi llu 111), 

\l .1 .• : ■ I larbarls (Vai 
I \ 1 . 
90. iii. Dirkje, bp. ! Van 

I >eus 

bp. [an. =. 1 - 1 ; sp., Teunis Van 
rys( 

m, bp, Aug. 15, 1 - 5 ; sp., P 
dell. 
1 1- = : >p. . Matheus Van Deuse, Maria 

Wendel ; 1 Van Alen. 

94 . 

Min ; 

Martin Van Buren, eighth President ol the 

1712 ; sp., Theophilus I 

1 

1 " 1 4 : sp., ! 
— 

p. April [5, 1716 

1 -'1,1717. 

101. ti, 1719 ; sp., A 

1 - 1 1 , I nomas W 

102. xv. Marten, bp. V 

1 -.• 1 : sp., I 
Rii hard 1 1 
104. xvii. \l I 

1 

! 

. 

I m. 1 ,. Libert Rykman, N 

.ti : in. |ui. 
' I '■ 

, 1719, II 
N. V. 



I ^pril, 



Mil. FITZ-RANDOLPHS "I M.u JERSEY CONTEMPO- 

K \K\ Willi I ill. WII RK \\ REVO! I I ION. 






\v i ponded i<> 

this section ol the 

>!'>l|>li famil Britain 

rritor) in \ niL-ri. tlantii 

ibot, one hundred 

and fil the Km^, 

( harl ijon (i> 

his brother • shortly th< 

nd John Berkele) 
I sent Philip I . < r m 

dj develop- 
p iti hed b) the Governor through 
I to publish the nteed under 

ivernment and soli< it era On ai ounl 

held nut by representath 
. husetts t 
nd extending from the 
n the m n tii to the Raritan ki\tr on the south and 
I luring the > i -ir these 
- in move upon their | 
jikI two townshi| 

Unitin : - ■ i <_• r ^ who s< tiled . within 

fohn Fitz-Randolph and his brothers, Thomas, Joseph, 
and B ■• with tluir parents from tin- 

All the Fitz- Randolphs 
County, N I . « n i hildren of 
iiiiur, who emigrated gland 

about i ..in. 

Withii n the Raritan, 

n I R ndolph, moved into 

[ Sound. 

ime an important 

. olution. I he favorable 

u " and was .1 memorable --|>"t .ill 

1 1 blished to Staten Island and 

■ 

' >n tli upied land in 

ilii .1 i. thui in London. 

ol the 

i d the title ol the land a Dl ol 

• ' nd on the Con) 



|Si«l-| 

mi lai us in tin- population chiefly, of ihe saiw 

n, Ml through the eighteenth centur) the Quakers « 
majority in Woodbridge. rhej wet British 

humane treatment was ward them. Bui 

when the tyrann) of mother country took the place "t kind treatment, 
ism for home pi iunl t" i laii 

ncher friends ol freedom lived in this section than 
the adherents "t the Quaker faith. Thoi - ntiously op] 

trament of the sword t<> settle national disputes, 

!• to the defenders <>i our lil 
and did not withhold ei il for an) struggli 

. of them served faithfully on for relief • 

from ill" war, and some even affirmed their allegiance b) service in the 
lental Army. To .ill of them who were fi ime fearful 

tion of farms b) the British, who ruthlessly plundered houses and 
ml cattle. 
In the list of unrecorded heroes loyal t" tin ir religion, and nol less 
itry, may be • no! Jacob Fitz-Randclph, 
ridge. Ili> grandson, the lai Randolph, 

ionic, \ I . prominentl) ■ 
R.ulro.nl and Pn i : " I have 

noticed upon mj grandfal 
»uim<!- upon his dwelling and trees made bj B II 

latcrial .ii<l and comfort rmy b) giving up his 

miIi^; ck and di^ ibled, di ii duty in the 

■moke of the skirmishes. I he children <>t sui h men h 

ts, .ill the more 1> 
remained true to th The 

r, was Vnn 
ndant of the Hon Richard Hartshorn, a consistent raemb 
■ Friends and loj al 

i r .. Woodbridg from the first was 

niel Fitz- Randolph, th 

kers. He and nearlj ill his childi ntified 

Friends n . i 1 
their pursuits, undisturb d even by Indi in troubles in 

his grandsons heard the mutterings of disi ord and saw war 
I ■ ■ 

rms, whi< h several ol i 1 

■ 
I mi their farms furni 

i dst. 



I April, 
rl others who on n t" the k rit< i 

In addition to tl 

Randi 

D 1 11111- 

Smith, 

.Ulil ol 

' <1 in 
■ •r « jih the 

I 

- 
| 
I I; indolph ; from 1 Ran- 

dolph : kui l ■ R ndolph, Mori ind I taniel 

I ■ f Bui 

: 

li. of the Middli who 

his men: il 

■a In 

I N York 

: r. As 

\ sword of h nil by 

H in the 

Paoli." H id left upon 

bold and i Hi i in the 

• 1 1. 
i Captain J 

M • ] in. in. 

■ '< 

m old Mi'l'l 

tment, most of thi 

: 




Capt. Levi Holden. 



// Men, an 






at Trenton, N. J., is a large manuscript vol urn 

infli< ted up >n thesi and othei I >) ■■'. p o 

their ! I 

sands i f doll irs, ion of dwellin 

plundering ol household effects, was --ni.il 1 compared with the I 

shi|» and ill-treatment of agi d rel itives, their wives and children. 



LEVI IKH DEN, W OFFIC1 R OP W VSHING H IN'S I II I 
1. 1 VRD. 






" 1 1 is unn i i) more in favor of the good condm 

llolden than that Washington «;i^ Ins friend." With this 

I 
ndants suh 
ment, but have often deplored I mitations that dou 

keenness to the epigrammatic faculty of the editor. Ii is the pur- 
. therefore, ol the present writer to add to such oft-repeated and 
glittering generalities a garnishing of substantial detail. 1'he su 
of tin fourth in descent from Justinian II ilden, first of the 

name in New 1 - the se< ond ol the ' 

and Abigail Kendall, his wife. II tfn the 1 2th of January, 

Ibury, Mass., a town whii in de- 

rj be- 

omewhat prided I I not 

wholly of tin- yeomanry. The arms, " Ermim three 

ol ♦ « lin h is -till 
in tin 

mnd training New Englai nomy, 

and the three R's, and !: >ston for hi 

in life. 111. re the year 1775 finds him engaged in 
what I 

what detained him in the city after the war cloud had but 
land, we 1 annot 1 

. or patriotism. His family, like .ill 

I bel .1 
gnship, v. lull- the distim lion 

musk t and fighti 

* Publ 
by Will 



■ >' I April. 

thai kepi Joel, thi From the field was his inability t 

idy with wini Ii his ten years h u 
vided him I inati * the I 

i i.i ..iir subjei i. When 
• 

1 and |un. is had 
with the other minute-men to defend the brid •. i had 

■ ith In- f.itli. • iot at the i 'i'linn, 

and In-- kinsman and tl 
Plympl 

and di had his i lothing ripped by bul- 

i raging the 'embattled farmers.'" I \m> 
months later he madi wed the fi 

II I from the Boston house-tops, and his interest was surely 
none the less for the knowledge thai Ins own bn : behind the 

hay-wadded fence on the height. A few days after I 

musket wit! 5ev< ral of his attemj 

opportunit) i ame to him 

in a rather singular way. \n English ofj ol his 

house, all ignorant sympathies, hired 

took him Inr a drive tl I the pi< ket 

lines. Whei nand, 

mod thai tin-- ■ haise musl I 

I led to 

hulil up his end of the ensuing trgument successfully, and had to walk 
bat k t" Boston, while his lati hastened to Sudbury and en- 

listed in the pal • I me in which 

i inded bj the ( ' 
■ hamp I Howi I (J r, i 

■h the (tii l was taken bj the 

old Indian I 
ran the gamut of I and soon 

major, in whit h . m his 

brother Abel, th I ine year 1 iter ( Jam 

n, when the regiment was tur the 

Hut 

we m ei rnit- 

-|'ints 

like himself," non 

tinentals assisted loyallj in drivin 
I I pari nt Sull 

1 [olden 
lefl Ins ln-tr..' d ll innah Plympl 

his life, ii » e e\< ept the 
York' tion, were passed along the Hudson Rn 

; tn ih find, as far as possible, the 
1 1 

were th 



1899- ] Levi Hole 1 iu trd. [ 1 1 

borders ol each State with it- own troops, h was .1 stern and hard 
in "i march, bivouac, and garrison throughout 
eastern New Yorkand norther I must have made the 

country familiar to him from Alban) to N - .uk ,m<l Sandy 

Hook. < in reaching New \>.rk the 4th Continentals were foi a time 
stationed at Governor's island. While here the colonel, John Nixon, 
was made a general, and the regiment was attached to Ins l>t g 
under the command ol his brother, Thomas Nixon. 

jeant Holden's military experiences now came thick and fast, 
He shared in the lighting al I tits where 

his company lost its commander, Captain Gleason and in the in- 
decisn ! nt at White Plains. Soon after the last-named action 

the war • loud crossed with Washington into the Jerseys, and the 4th i Ion* 
tinentals remained in garrison with Heath al North Castle. Some time 
later, when the regiment was reorganized as the 6th M , 1 v'\ 

II com aissiom d ensign, his brother Vbel capl 

his < 1 iusin, ensign, and another relative, also a John 1 (olden, " ( lap tain - 
i.int." The first move in which the newly made officer was 
. upon i" participate was the abortive demonstratioi 
■ Nrw York, intended as a diversion in aid ol Washington's 
■t the time when th< of Trenton am P n had 

filled the enemy with consternation. Afterward the 6th w 
.it Peekskill and Albany until news ol the 

advam ding up to tl 

ratoga the regiment boi 

■I as to win great praise. Thi been in the 

thii k of the fight no l>-> than the mi n, foi »■ 

the brigadier, old John Nixon, alread) wounded at Bunker Hill, narrow!) 
missed decapitation by a cannon ball; so narrowly, indeed, that his 
hearing was parti) destro) d rhi tor) of th rs tor 

Levi Holder) would appe ir t" I"- mainl) one ol 1 amp and garrison Hu- 
nt various points in the vicinii '• I 

the main a< tive operations of the « 11 ibout Philadelphia, and, 

alter Monmouth, had removei ' irolinas. Levi Holden, how- 

ever, was not the mm to let slip his opportunities for varyinf 

my of camp life, and doubtless that personal history, now irre- 
coverably I"-', would havi shown him 1 '■ the 
countless skirmishes and raids that were always in progress in the 

ifork and the Hudson River positions. Butt 
there is none, and though he »as in the field we do not know him to 
gain 'ander fire until the siege ol N orktown. N ithin t»' Ive 

mont iving his first commission he was pr ted (December 

12, 1 ; lieutenant \. and a few days later, returning home 

on furlough, he married the rebel maiden who had I ig and 

waiting for him in Sudbury town— (Januar) 

month-. I. it 1 St'" m 

,r the new 1 1 hild, nan, for his 

led him in < imp. It was probably during the follow- 

79-80, and at that Morristown encampment whei 

arm) suffered hardships scared) - '''at 

Lieutenant Holden became an officer "t W 

nty a^ to the date is, however, impossible, It would appear tha« 



I i 2 / rd. [April, 

: 
■ 

n duty 
with i 

M 

June, 

then 

nop .ii 

111 till-. : 

I 

Meraori il of the I i inner 

I ilment in tl 

n the 

Ii tli.it 
in the 

(It i — o mention lu> oh n 

"i thi i nenl included \merican i>irth, 

ned — 
the o« 

.iiiil .i 

iinanil, i So 

i later the 
.it fir-' the number was still further 

hi and titi 
list, w i II i.i i h are 

i with 
thai the title 
of tli- er with tli 

ind. It u id ml "i I he ui 

body 
i li.it 
i ried muskets and ■ | side- 

kepl thoroughl) drilled in all mannei ol m 



I 

e lalei 



i s,,,,. I Levi //■•.' I | * 

maneuvers, thai thej might si md a I 

banner was of white silk* painted with th< I 

.1 ilai; tn a figure in the uniform of the Guard, which ti« >1 « i ~. .1 hoi 
the bridle. Liberty is n I 

which 1^ supp irted b) in 1 igle. On a ribbon over the di 
motto " Conquer nd Holden 

members ol the military family of their Chief, which included, 

nels Alexander Hamilton and Tench Hlghman, "th 
aide- between them tl 

nerally actii i 
steward ind hold devolved upon the 

of tin- Guard, and in these he was doubtl md in 

command. Money was Ivanced for expenses, and a wi 

■ 
b) Washington ti I I the war. Irving instam 

letter to l>r. Coi hr.m. I I, ("almost th- onh insl 

irtive writing in , 

n simplii ity <>t the Chief's 
further 1 hastened by the imp. 

" Dear Doctor : I ha vi 1 Mi I 1 hran and Mr-. I b 
to dine with me to-morrow : but am I not in honor bound 
them of their fare ? As I hate deception, even where the ira 
I will. It i-. needless to premise th it mj tal 
hold the ladies. < m" this they hail 
, how it is usuall) ' overi d is < ial, and this shall 1' 

purport of mj letter. Since our arrival at this happj spot we have had 
a ham, somi 

md a dish ol Imost 

imperceptible, the center. When tin- cook has a mind to rut a I 
wlm h I presume « ill 1" - P'es 

in addition,i nterdish,di> 

the spai e an.! red from dish to dish 

which without them would have been almost twelve feel apart. ' 1 
he has had the sui ' apples will maki 

and 1: 
appli iks. It the ladies < an put up 

ntertainment, and will submit to pari 
tin, hut now iron (not I ) the labor I shall be 

happy to see them." In mentary, th I 

the tare and poor tin- I 

■ tiquette and dec orum, and we mal 
hut that the ladies in qu handed in with as mm h ■ our 

with 1 

11 K01 hamb "• 

ant Holdi n ii id 
m Jeers of the tim Whi Lai W 

n a quiet hot 

••'this flag was. when I 
in the mil ~r inn at Aleiandri 

jd. Total hi 



I ' 1 [April, 

the i ["he General's lea and 

to display exi <.-|>t upon ladies 

went i" 'ill upon her, an n our 

l ^ilk-- .mil i luiiil to her ladyship. 

\n<l don't you think «i found her with a spe< kled homespun apro 
and engaged in knitting 

:md i. : her knitting In the course ol hei 

said very kindly to us, while she made her needle fly, thai Am 
ladies should be patterns of industry to their countrywomen. . . We 
must become independent ol iMi^i.mil b) <l ing without those articles 

and brothi 1 
examples ol patriotism »r must be examples "t indusl 

< >ik- of I felt so rebuked 

ami ashamed in ht-r life." 



WES1 II RSI \ SETT! 



Tiik : 

tining in Ei sufficiently inter- 

ii :u 1 6fi i v> buy I. hi . 
ir.iin the W A 1 who 

'1 the land bi unities 

in En{ lay. 

HOI D Fl KNOW. 

. John, of I I lizabeth, 

An nwell, Middlesex, 

\iin. 
Ann 

. 1. and Bart. 
Am I iii.l , Bhoemaker. 

Bun 11 111 

Barke 

1.1m. 
B u 

-icr. 

Ku inl.. ol I -i:r. 

• '■ 

Mary. 

man. 
Bouri 

H , • baker, and 



K4.n1 



,8 99-] II ,,- 

Bradway, Edward, "of St. Paul Shadwell, Co ol Midd 
man, and « ife M iry. 

Icon, I- ram is, of Scarbo 

r. John, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
yeoman. 
Burgi 

Cann, John, i>i the Parish ol St. Martins in ih 
tailor, and wife Man*. 

* fenterell, G Mian. 

ton, Tii"., of Bal "• i k;..w. [n land. 

mi insbury, < tnd wife 

. |ohn Fenwick. 
Chinton, Robert, ofGodalmii surrey, salesman. 

Clark'', rhomas, ol London, baberd 
Clarkey, Wm., of Dublin, 1: lant. 

i Stratford-upon-Avon, shoemaker. 
■r, VVm., of Amersum, Buckingham Co., smith. 

1 trish "l St. Martin, Whitechapel, 
mber. 
- iiiliu.uk. ' o. "i Surrey. 
Curl rise, of 1 Dartmouth 

I fevenpi irt, 1 W hittington, I liner. 

i Warw H k, yei iman, and wife 
nah. 
1 tennis, Edw., i il Li ndi in, merchant taili ir, 
Dennis, J bri ithers, i il ( lork, Ireland, join 

merclunt. 

, Robert, of Edmonton, Co. of Middlesex, physician. 
. ■ ill rtford. 
rd, "I Aylesbury, Co ol Kent, geni 
. m, draper. 

. Co. of Mi 
tanner, an. I wii 

ligham, Parish "f : 

tsbury Parish, < In. of Wi ts 
1 i ; entleman. 

r. husbandman. 

ithwark, si i| 

Fairbanks, Robei 
Farr, l 

Fenwick, John, of Binfii I 

Flero] i 
man. 

:.n < lasimir, ol Shoreditch, Mid 
Ford, Pnilipp, of !.■ mdi >n, mi 

hant. 

Fc >w k 
yeoman. 

Garbutt. P< 



II') 

II .ill. 

Hani . i \ 

Hai 

I lam ■ h 1.. Wn . 
and wil 

II- 

I I 
marries A 

Hi 

II: I . I c r. 

I I 

inller. 

man. 

Howell, 
Ho 

Mm k 

II • . and 
Hughes, W'm. 

II im| 

Hunt, \ man . 

Hum, \\ n man. 

1 1 ti til.- r. R 
Hun i 
Hutchinson, Thi 

Ion. 

Kent. 

I 



West 



"7 



Martins in ll 
and « ' I 

I. in i 

i k, John, <>! tin- Parish ol -• 
r, and wife I 
M iin« irinjr, I liom is, i ; I ndi n, g dsmith. 

Malsier, Win., ol Weslminster, | iatharine 

kingham, spinster. 

■ 
man. 

Mathews, Richard, ol I 

as, Win., , urrier. 

! in, Richard, ol St. Paul Shad\> 

thwark, Surrey. 
N " hrislchurch Parish, London. 

. 

worth, Co. ni W >rk, yeoman. 

Sheffield Pai man. 

burton Stath 

,111, lilis- 

bamlm in, and « ife Anne. 

ni. of the I*.!! 1--11 ni St. Buttolph without Al 
Middles 

■ 
01 i i North tmpton, haberdasher. 

i . i'lc-hj imin, ol North i 

man. 
Park' • r Hook Norton, I of ni 

•■(.•. Win., of Martins le Grand, London, i 

■ man. 

. and wife R 

i Kerbymuc kle, Co. ol i zier. 

Pern 

man. 
mouth, shipi 

man. 

man. 

draper. 

ii. draper. 

I Dublin , Ireland, innki 
ion, John, ol Beverley, ' • man, 

8 



i i 8 [April, 

I 
K 11 . 

Dl - Kl HARD SWAN. 



Iowa. 



N . 1 1 

I, Mai 

- 

b, July ic. i 

I March i. i 

in. I i 

M -• ; 111. Will 

in. Susan 5 

13 ; m. M.u\ R< n 

A 

V., b. Jan. 3, 1819 ; n 1 I •: . 

in. Jin. 1 

ildren : 

1 

I 
1 -. 

I, 1794, In 

: 

July 



1 899.] Descendants of Richara Iiq 

8, 1 s 'it ; they live al I V \ 

fanny and Prudence, twins, b. N . Fanny d. 

\ . 24. 1862. 

ii. Isaac Williams, b. Jan. 7, 1798; d March 12, 1S5S; un- 
married. 

iii. Cyrus Williams, b. April i>, 1800; m. ; had children 

iv. Patty Williams, b. Aug. -"5. 1802; m. her cousin Roswell 
Williams in 1833 ; be died in 1 S10, leaving three children 
Prudence, d. young. Sarah, b. Do . r8 [6 ; m. I . Matti- 
son s liar p. Sept. 30, 1862, who d. Oci 8, 1891 ; had 
dren : Mary, Bessie, and Hiram now living, Phebe I., b. 
Oct. 1 [861, who d. F< 

1 383, leaving sons : 1 1 ugh, I 

Williams ra. in 1^43. Daniel Cartel ; she died June 14, 
he died May 1 2, 
v. Joel K. Will 17, 18 5, in Greenfield, N. Y. ; d. 

in Attica, I 386 ; m. April 30, Ann 

Vaughan, 1>. in Darien, N. Y., I. in Attica, 

May 23, 1870. ll.i.l 11 : Luke Swan, b, June 

.'4. 1836 ; it. Inn.' I.S, 1865. Mary Sophia, b. July 11. 

I; in. An.' j. 1865, Judge Andrew Lorish ; In 
Aug. 1 1. 1897 : had d b. I l< 1. 2. 

\nielia, b. April 2c), 1S42 ; m. Sept. -"". 
1. Tge Allen; had Anna E., Amos, tnd Guy. 
Oliver, b, Feb. 24. 1845; in. Sept. .-7, 1867, I mma 1-'.. 
Doty ; lie died No 

Alice, Kate, and Olivei Nov. 6, 1892. Emma 

Louise, b. June 24. 1847; m April 7, 1869, 11 

irk, Maud ; Hugh 
are living. Prudence Isabel, b. Jul] 1 ; 1 
ried. Jonathan Vaughn, I'. Aug. 13, 1^54; m. June 20. 
1877, Minnie J nils ; have children: James 1., Dean 
Arthur, and Grace Lou 
vi. Amos Williams b. |an. 7, 1808; left no chil 
vii. Phebe Williams b. April 8, 1810; m. Sept. 10, 

l She died Nov. 11, 1 I June 19, 1 

'Gilbert Swai n, June 

15, 1777; in. Phebe Young. Had children : 

ii. Luke, b. 1814 ; d - pt. 1, 1895 ; m. ii 1 

Lu inda, 

1 s, .- b. June 8, 1 - 

iii. William, d. in Syms, N Y. 

iv. ! N. Y. 

v. Lucinda, m d. at Williamsport, Pa. 

vi. i 
vii. Mary, m. |obn J 

•nan, Mont. 

1870, Mary Casleion. Childl 



I 2* > ' '■ I April, 

M. in.ii 

i. Jane, m. — 
n. Eliza, iii. '-i 

Martha, in i 
weeks lat< 

I rard. 
in, I). April ; . 
en : 

ii. Howard, b. in i 
iii. i! 
iv, v. \ i. I I. 

Howard 1 >n were married in 

Co., N. V'., Sept. ii, 1844 
■ 
i ng Hugh 1 hi in; 

rard, N. Y. 

i Ian ford, b, Nov. i 
May, 1 

in. . 

ii. I in. . 

iii. Martha A., 1 Vpril 29, 1821 ; m. I luff. 

vi. 1 in. Stout. 

VII .111-. 

viii. Hirai 
i\. C) in-., b. Oct. 4, i{ 

■ 
Mrs. Huff, 



EARLY SETTL] ■' I HOLD, SUFI OLK COU] 

LONG ISLAND 



N N 



I hi • L. I., in il 

Mai 

kmam, 

ume. 



i8 9 g I 



Early Si /. /.. I. 



Readers of Tiik Record will doubtless examine (Ins list wil 
I it will probably aid tin m in 
tbat are still puzzMng students of Long Island family h 
A 1 

miley in Sohold 1 1 

I — ph ; o o 

tip lsaa< Arnold t 4 3 3 Small Youngs 4 300 



Mr. Joshua Hobartt 4 4 

I. int. Richard Brown .... 4 4 o 

jonalhen Brown 3 3° 

Richard Brown Junr 3 20 

4 5 

John Tulhill Jnnr 3 20 

. v nun ■ I K ins * 3 ' 

Abraham Whittei 4 4 - 

I ) 5 5° 

Hopkins 1 1 o 

5 3 o 

Timothy Martain t \ o 

Edward Peatty 2 3 o 

John Cartter 2 20 

1 1 >li 11 Loring 4 1 

John 1' tine s^-nr 5 3° 

Brown 2 1 o 

John W 340 

Calob « Curtis 4 1 

i ' tine 4 3 o 

Christopher Voung Jur.. 4 2 

Thomas Moor Sent 43 

Thorn is y, iungs 3 1 o 

David < Jardnei 2 20 

Mary Youngs widow. .... 3 2 o 

I 20 

Thomas M ■< ir J unr 5 2 



Petter Paine 

( lirist|> 1 ■ ...4200 

Stephen Bayley.. 

J. ihn Youngs 3 2 1 

3700 

4300 

Salmon. 3 1 00 

ilh 3200/ 

1 0500 

n Curwin 4 1 00 

• 4 t O 

54OO 

S 3 O I 

4 2 O Cl 

John I laliock 3400 

4 300 

H Ck 

ivs 1 200 

( 'a[>t. Tu< ker t 2 1 

foshua I lor ton 3 4 00 

rlon 4200 

.... 2400 

.... 2 500 

Martha Hucheson 3200 

2 1 00 

Aim Reeve t 200 

John Reevs 



Mi Jol ti 1 ' t kling 3 3 3 2 I laniell Terry 1 300 



:n£ 

; 4 

i i pson 

John f in. ling : 2 

Pettei 11 

John Aliebe 2 1 

Jiilm Budd 3 4 

John V'-.iil 

1 32 

3300 

1 1 

thy .... 1 2 

I n 10 

John Peatty 3 1 

24 

Mr. I 31 



O 1 



O O 



I'M". D . . . . : 1 

Petter I ...3100 

J — ph Reeve 4 1 00 

1 200 



Willm Wells 3 200 

Samll Winds 

1 
■ 

-' 3 ° ° 
( 'alili Horton 

1100 






[April, 



i i 

• 4 3 

■ 5 4 

.12 

• 5 2 

m. . . . i i 
I'hon . j j 

1 1 1 1 1 i .) 

|ohn ' I 

while 

i.cls 
| 

I'r ordei hi ye Pradenliall n 

. • un ( k-rk. 



. i i 

John Ed v ■ 3 4 



[unr 

1400 










o o 



044 

'5' 

072 



v n 

•cvennon, 
M 1 1 ' ihe cer- 

in the Flushii 

.; iter of 
■ 
The record) of the 1 

1 

1 nary 12, 
H I tj '• 1 

'■ 

I \mwrll 

Bethlehem Meeting; 

In 1 '. I., returni 

ihai he 

which, 
tiic dei Smith ; 

the oil 

I lie ilceil was 

wrile th 

1 

I John ; dao| 



'899] 



: > I 



« >ll lie 

ic daugntei ol , ; 

|)c-iu-. born p?8; \\ illiam 

lurried Kulh 
Warren (iiecue i 
lii ~ children were born there, but I 
ami I will pay len diillat > foi tbi • 
first wife of John Paine, Ji [ohn and lice 

bam. k 

11 VI i ■ 

ilie wife of Hendrick Halenbake, of Albany, having 
name, were born I 
i named Bernardus (Susanna, dan 
- and Susanna, dau, dI 

lion ami nf i he well-known custom 
luiue ilie family names in lia|itism will settle ilie question definitely : 
Hendrick II enhake and I ■ 

bap. at Albany, Mar. 31, l6g 
Itralt ami 1 

incle nf 

lake's uncle. Hendrick Lansing, ji . mar. 1704 
Harmen Janse Knickerbacker and Lysbert Jansi 

Bratt ; they were the parents of Willempie 

g, s.,n of Jai oh I.I 1 I ili- 

wife ol Daniel Bratt above. Jut 
bilie Lansing, lus wife, wen llieir niece. I I 

b 1 I .tiisih;;. 

; l"iulrick, mar. 17.7 B 1 '. son of 

Jacol' B nnclje 

nek Halenbake ami S 

: denbake, liis father's father. 

her mother's r - 

named for I li, her father'! 

mother. 
I I 

1: r,\ for Dam 
There w He mar., 1760, Caihnrinn 

f>, Apr. 1 ■ 1 " '. n imi d I 

• Irnhake. 
his father's brothel ; family name, and not found among the ■!■ 

. 

brothei 

11 William 

his father's cousin 

. 

inform . 



I 2\ [April, 

! I 

I 

■ 

mple . 

■ ihui:. 
i 

■ 
■I 

10. 



I Hid in 

ill lie 



I 2 ^ 

John Till 
Catherine 

John I 

i\ .is Itiirn (lie 

r 11 i he vl "I I 

»-as It mm ih 
John Tinbrook «.■> Born ihe 7 h ■•! March 

I lis. 

'■ I 

larret Tenbro 

it departed this life June I2ih A. I>. 1- month* 

a 1 . . I .'i 

Calharini ! 

Piter Dumoul her llu>band N 



of I he man: 
lier and the fii 
) w. r. scoi 1 , j 1 

Inform 1 1 

died in V. 

after* 



1 2<> [April, 

Willi I 
cliiMtcn 

I find 
ihat I have heeti led | entirely 

reliabh 

- with Lieulenai killed 

kirk. 

nwick was the i Brinkburn, Northumber 

laml, n 
calleil in ihr 

d i lie furl and land* of ilic | 
tut, lir ', .u he 

■ 

the trial of King 

t Berwick be died 
n, who 

the < ri i u\\ nk 

\ ii elriggc. She, after his deatb, 

married i olonel Phi , p. d. t. 

The writer of I i article which appealed in Vol, XXVIII 

• r which he 

with M 

hildren 

Marti Mai 

v m| t lie child, 
i important. 

'I lie i' .-, thai appears in | 

\ i M \ 

■ 

II i | 



OBI II \: n - 

n 

; 

..I I lie 



• 1 






127 



- 
i b 'in in Perth Vmb >v May ;i. 1817, one 
months , old their pan Morrislown, 11 there until tin 

were thirteen 
father, the two boys entered I 

■rick, >"m "f the 1 'in >l 1 [ e 

iti 1 - |j .ui.l : - , .11 m 

1-4 1. While in the Legislature Mr. Pal ig im- 

.i-nt for ileht ami the , ,| the 

calling of the I , father 

held the same office in the first Constitutional ' 

I itternal Revenue in 1 - . 
dent of the New Jersej 

Clellan. In i^s- he ».i> made lay |udge ol the 1 - ..( the 

Mate, and served in thai .itii :e sevi 
elected Mayor of Perth Amboy. Judge Paterson marric 

I left one daughter, Emily Kin^; Paterson. llr wax buried in the 
: ive with his twin brother, Srrphen '• rere the 

authors of an octavo volume enlil 

- V. k and William Paterson," will \i»ark 

ented at 
Jud^e Paterson'i funeral by its president, as one of the honorary pall-be 

w. 
Symington, Andrew Jami mg member of this - 

ley, he early entered the field 
uure asa contributor of translations from th I 

Presidenl Paul A. Chadboume, of William 
lege, on a visit to Iceland, and gave the results of his journey in " Pen and Pencil 

1 ■ 1 5 \l S) ra 

year in this 1 intributed to several 

Blackie and S Men of Lighl 

other lives. " William 

is the best life of the poet yet written, and " William Wordsworth ; a 
'iical -sketch, with Sc 

I [881 he prepared selections from the 
field f..r a so ies of works entitled " Talks with the People by Men of Mark." 1 ! 
an extensive travelle elected a fellow of the lorthern 

1 'openh.igcn, and in 1*^2 a corresponding member of the New York 

" Harebell Chimes, or Summei Memories and M Itiful in 

Nature, Art, and Life ' 

en : the Man. bis I in and V\ 
(18S4). Several of Mr. Symington's books have been republished in this country. 



BOOK N0TIC1 S. 



• wr Kami is 

We are glad to add to oui library shelves thi gene 
-a family closely identified with the scitln. 
which has contributed to the 

enterp 

.. tical and sub 
it has i, ■• boiled down " Its lystem ..I ■ n mdi 

which readily exhibits the relationship between all the me 



[April, 



I anil 

! 

I 

- 
V I. 

I 
i 

W.ir. '-'■ 

* 

! mil 

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records ol Coventry, Conn . Ins here publis 
ami deaths contained in the town 

milies. The baptisms (1711 

ileal li^ 

being illy. 

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and expense. We hope M s, Dime .mil th.it she 

will extend her labor In othel lowns .in. I clll * 

Bik'i 11 . vnd Deaths I 

Fairfi 
Hartford, Conn 

iv by the editor, Mr Welle, hen 

4t is beautifully printed on hi. I paper, and is another one 
of which New England is furnishing so many. Mi. Welles tn Ices I he 

•• of reconl lranscri| ; " I he careful reader will 

repetitions anil some palpable erro 
scrihe them just as they were written. And this h 

keeping in mind the fact that the value of In- , dependent n; 

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I IMI 5 IS' SHR1 '.\ 5BI B '. , M 

in 1 1. in. By Elizabeth Wai 

t he author ai Shrewsbury, Mass. 

■ i- been built in a day, bu 
Shrewsbury." Thus nuus the author of this charming little narrative 

Igland town, in which one of 1I1 , \| , 

Isaac I 

cord the little historic incidents an. I tradil inhabi- 

ii«l calls to her assistance numerous illustrations ■>! ins', r,. ..1.1 landmarks and 
relics. From the'time when ell, afterward chief justice of the ■ 

took from one scale-pan the rosy checked daughter '•: 

wife, and from the other her weight in 1 shillings and 

in Shrewsbury, down to the days when S dropped the 

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through a succession ol anecdotes in .1 « ij transf 1 the life ol 

i :oau absorbing present, The 1 inpters on the old lavei 
read with special imerest. There thai 

on at least one oci Hie foaming il up ; there the 

first line of stages in M 

by virtue ol I 
tbury, and h 

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mads. 
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lection of anecdotes and narratives that history and tradition h 
names of men who were prominent in the early local councils and enler| 
ihe book with a true appreciation of the 

making power of wiial to those men were 
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some lime, either here or in England, 
not only interesting, bul ur rare, even in m 

to find so much real heraldi 
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kttttr II. M. — Genealogy of the Wheeler at 
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nealogy of the Ross Family 

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Vol.. XXX NEW YORK. JULY, Vn. j, 



\\ II. I I AM DENNING 



By Rodney m .. \i c— . 



AMONG those who devoted themselves to the : 'ie colonies 

during the War of the Revolution and labored faithfully for their suc- 
cess was William Denning. 

The New York Genealogicai w iicai Recoi 

180) states that he was bom in Devonshire, England, but gives no 
authority for the statement. From such family testimony .h I have 
been able to secure, however, it wo that he was born in St. 

John's, Newfoundland, and I am inclined to accept that as his birth- 
place, in April, 1740, especially as it is known that other members of his 
family were residents, though possibly not natives, of the hitter ; 

While still quite young hi way to New York, He] 

took with him letters of introduction to influential persons there, for he 
soon became prominent in the social and business world. He entered 
the mercantile house at whose head was William Hawkshurst, one of the 
most prominent and wealthy merchants of the city, to whom he was 
probably recommended II m long he remained with Mr. Hawkshurst 
1 do not know. In 1765 he 'alls himself a merchant in his mai 
bond, and I think it likely that he was in business for himself at that 
time, although he was then but twenty-five years of age. The ability he 
displayed in after life is certainly warrant enough for thinking so. In an 
old New York directory published in 1 8 1 7 he is also des 
merchant, from which it appears that he followed during his life the 
same business as that in which he started as a young man. 

On the 28th of June, 1765, he married Sarah. William Hawkshurst's 
second daughter. She was born at < mber 

27, 1740. Both she and her two sisters were highly educated and 

men. After her death, which occurred in 1776 
married her younger sister Amy. On a subsequent page will be found 
the family record written by Mr. Denn in the 

family Bible. 

At the time when William Denning came to New v ork political 
matters were assuming a serious aspect. Coming as he did from • 
Kntish depended it Mrst with the 

mother country. So far as one of i 

such matters, he no doubt thought England was right in her treatment 
of the He came to this country, however, when 

young, and alone What family influence there may have been became 
weakened by separation. His inter' phere. 

9 



I ;.l "•' Penning. [J u '>\ 

•ist.int anil familiar int ' I ■<< the time 

imbued with tin- spirit which anin . and 

com i I ogland and 

me t" the parting ■ |uestion a^ to Ins 

His well-known views on the 
ithy with th 1 •>- them i aused him I 

identified with th 
On thi 

at Philadelphia signed, in behalf of themselves and tl 
tin" \ \ which the colonies pledged them- 

: ;]itlull 

df all articles supplied b) English m 

n after this was done the d Ifork organii 

Committee of Sixty which was charged with th< trrying into 

\ cial into bj the ( lontinent tl 

and William Denning ■■ a member thereof. On Ap'i 

1775. this commitl call for deputies from eat h < ounty in the 

Province to meet in New York on Mo nize a 

Provint ial 1 

On Maj 1. 177 meeting held in the cil \ ork, 

1 < !ommitti I 1 »ne 

red. This 1 ommittee, whi< h superseded the Committee <>f Sixty, 

for the pun r with 

1 fall with the liberty of the 

nt." 

<>;. .-, 1775. the New York Provincial C tad it 

bills t" the amoui 
dinary expenses incurred in behalf of thi 

■ men were appointed to sij;n the l>ills, one <>f whom 

was William Denning The bills were of different denominations and 

1 lie had to I I the < lomtn en. 

( in enerally in 1775, 

and the disturbed condition of the city itself, some sort ol military 

l>..th Ir.un with- 

nd within. divided into beats, >>r 

distrii ' 11 d for theii 

ti 1 it. m . Oi i ailed the " Independi 

In August of this year (17751 Willi. mi Denning w. econd 

lieutenant of the 15th beat company "t the "Independents" and 
fed his commission Septembei i commanded 

by Captain Henry Remsen, who was afterward raised to the rank ol 
colonel and was probab ed in the command ol the company 

■ Dal ol the N rovin- 

member the I ax, he 

• iiitlv im lit I :llill(». 

1 ■ ■ diffii tilt) m sei uring trustworthy | 

! throughout the i from 

under date 

nine, a Sub-Committee 
mmittee attending, were admitted. They informed 



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tliis committee, that they were char) renl matters t i 

the Committee of the City. — The one, that the military night watch in 
this city is verj frequently not to be depended on, That it very 
frequently happens, tli.it the ('apt. mis or > not know the 

greater part of the Ground, and that there are some Companies many 
of wliii li arc not trustworthy, and Mr. 1 >t_-nn ni;_; said, that when lie latel) 
had the can.- of the guard, he bad many persons in in- guard to whom 
he could not think a prudent to communicate the countersign, — That 
the City Committee arc of opinion, that the most proper method to 
guard this City is to raise a Regiment in this Citj m Continental pay : 
ami Mr. Denning alleges, that there is a great number "t men in this 
City, who would willingly enlist for that purpose provided they can he 
ascertained, that they will not be ordered out of the Colon] on any 
Continental duty." 

On February 20, 1776, although he was then but thirty-six years old, 
he was elected to the Se< ond New York Provim i.d Congress 10 repre- 
sent the 1 ity and count) of New York. II 1 member ol that 
body during the balam e of Us session, whit h lasted from November 1 1. 
1775. to Ma) 13, 1776, and was one of the Committee of Safety which 

in li 18, 177' 1 . during an adjournment of the Congress. II 
member of the Third Provincial Congress, which lasted from 
May 14, 177'", to June 30, 1776. 

On Jul] 9, 1776, five days after the Declaration of Independence! 
the governing body, to which he had been elected lor the third time, 
once more assembled. While Neu \ Province this bod) had 

railed itself the Provim i.d Congress. Now that New York was a Stale, 
it took the name of the Convention of the Representatives of th. 

w York. 'J'he Convention lasted from July 9, 177''. to May 1;. 
1777. ( >n .1. i ■ oint of the insecurity of the times, however, there were 
very frequent interruptions, during each of which affairs were in the 
hands ot a Committe< ppointed by the Convention. Mr. 

Denning was appointed a member of one of these commit! 
tember 18, 177''. 

As a member of the l'rovim ial Congress and of the Convention his 
keen and vigorous mind found a wide field of usefulness in 

tlie delicate and intrii ate questions which confronted them. He 
is < onstantly mentioned in the Journal of the pr< 

ng present at the meetings, taking part in the deliberations and 

g on various committees, the most important of which were the 
Auditing Committee and the Marine Committee. The formei indited 

all the act ounts of the < longress .md the latter had 1 h irge ol all marine 
matters pertaining to the war. 

The Auditing Committee, which was created and on which he was 
appointed Man h 11, ■ 7 7 '». was a p irtn ularK 
direct 'illy examine the accounts ot tl 

Provim ial Congri is, I at to separate those items therein whii h wei 
Continent il '• il« m 

order that V u v.,rk might be reimbursed 
van< ed on < lontim 1 I J ai • ..nut. 

Mr. I lennin have had .1 genius foi figun 

seen that within a short time 

he waa appointed on a committee wl 



I -t> ll'ii/i.im Dcnnwg. [J u '. v . 

I hi in 

that i ommiti 
n the i<;th of July, 1776, the Continent '1 him 

. under 

rk and in I 

■ants : 

nted 1 omroissioners bj this ( 
liquid annj in will, there- 

to direct all persons, who publit busi- 

ints before you. In your examination, you will 

for whu h propei ■ 

td hold two ( ommissiori ntly, is not 

.; in produt c rnuster-rol 
by the muster-master, or such other person as may have been a|>| 
by tin- commanding offii er, to muster the men, of the number bis bat- 
talion, from time to time c onsisted 

No ol pay, or rations, is to In- made t" an) officer for 

UK- n who have not been actually in the < "tit mental s< 1 ■ 

It, in the settlement "i tl II discovei any 

frauds I n practised, or abuses committed by mi 

of publil ti"' 1.0I take [.annular notice of them, and make 

pleted 

tin-, bu re to tr.msmit a ■■ /•!) ac- 

. to the c ommittee of t! by them finally adjusted and 

I'h. mms not finished until the ei 

. he was appointed commissioner of 
nts at Hart I 
t in the 14th ol i was appointed by 1 otion 

iimis- 
from thai 5l : in toint convention at New Haven on 

Rhode (slan l ■ Ivania, ami 

■nam the pri< e of labor, man 
ture.mtern.il produce, and manufactures imported from foreign parts, 
military pted ; and ite the charge of innholi 

avention « nd ■ report 

nade to that body I li> a. • eptam e of tl 

to probably prevented his accepting 
that oi 1 ommissii 

On March 50, 177*. he was appoint I the 

" ( 11111: lilt-, .it I lit ! 

■ I until that : the latter I 'n 

ompliment to his finan- 

the Commis the Board of 

two of 

whom " .1 had etitir the national 

finances. The administl the treasury had been in 

the hands of somewhat similar boards since 1776, but by 178] 



i.Vjy | Williai i ^ - 

found ili.u a more concrete form of financial administration 

md on February ;ot!i of thai year! l to place Roberi 

Morris at the head of the Treasury Department with the titl 
intendent ol Finance. " 

Mr. Morris did not definitely accept the office, however, until May 
7, 1781, and he then requested the Board of Treasury to continue to 
serve until he could disengage himself from his private business, For 
some months, therefore, there »as a mixed administration of the 
finances, both the Board and Mr. Morris sharing therein, and this lasted 
until September 20, 1781, when the latter took entire control of Ha- 
iry Department. In a report 1 ss soon after, Mr. Morris 
paid .1 graceful tribute to the merab sury whom 
he had succeeded, when he wrote, " Genius and judgment have un- 
doubtedly been displayed by the Hoard to whom ( ongress entrusted 
their all 

( >n the 27th of February, 1782, Congress passed a resolution that 
the Superintendent of Finance should appoint five commissioners, one 
for the Quartermaster-General's Department, one tor tin- Commi 

nient, one tor the Hospital Department, one for the 
Clothier-General's Department, and one tor the Marine Department, 
each of whom should have lull power to settle the accounts ol tin de- 
partment assigned him up to the last d nber, 1781. 1 
commissioner was to receive compensation at the rate of fifteen hun- 
dred dollars a year and be allowed one 01 more clerks at the 1 
five hundred dollars a \ 

tbly to that resolution Roberi Morris reported 
:, 1782, that he had appointed William Denning < ommis- 
sioner to settle the accounts of 1 ' tl's Depart- 

ment. This was a long and tedious t.^k The accounts had been 
allowed to accumulate lor six years, and, what with the fluctuations in 
the value of the currency and other cornplii ations natural to the times, 
their settlement required infinite patience and moi inary 

ability. Mr. Denning was engaged in this work until April 15, 1786, 
when the accounts of the five departments of the army were in such 
require th> 1 ommissionei tor their 

completion 

In the Record and Pension « )tti> e ol the Wai Department at Wash- 
ington there is a report ol " arbitrators chosen to ascertain and award 
stained 1>\ the pn lands from which timbi 

1 the army," dated Ma) i, 1783, and signed"Wm. 
ng." There file a letter from him to rim- 

ing. Quartermaster-General, dated June 1. 17*;. which apparentl) 
to the report reft n 
On the ,}oth of Octobi r nmmendation of I 

• Denning to settle the 
Genei e on-t the United - ■ »up- 

plies given, at him." 

. 
I 
blished. ' In Jun '■ Nlr Den- 

■ member ol 
elm<-,; 



I ^S • "' P fining. | |uly, 

iged iii settlii mis ol the Quart i 

the -i r m \ . 
It u ■: ih k t'riiin i red by the 

ition, Ihn tim 

^s a member ol the Committee of Sixty, the Commit! 
I mdred, the New York Provincial • d Convention, the 

mmissii mei ol v 
tatingly during all thai \ st thai was in him to t 

and contributed, so far as in him lay, to their 
I nfortunately the records of thi Department, which 

would probably have furnished considerable information concerning 
u es during the Revolution, were destroyed by fire m i 
Prior t'> t'nc Revolution the family residence was in Wall Street 
Just before the breaking out of the war Mr. Denning purchased a coun- 
try place in the town of New Cornwall, Orange County, which he 
nami d " Salisburgh." When hostilities i ommeni i <1 he mo\ 
ily thither for the ter se< urity. There they remained dur- 

ing the war. 

lisburgh " was but a few miles from Newburgh, and during the 
time that General Washington's headquarters were at the latter place 
Mr. Denning was much in Washington's company. The nearni 
his ten I 

own v. .Mm e and prominence in public affairs, brought 

ol intimacy between his famil) and General 
surrounding him. General and Mrs. Washing- 
ton, 1 r and Mrs. Hamilton, were all frequent and 
welcome visitors to " Salisburgh," where their pi cedmanya 
onial hospil ng was a handsome and ac- 
hostess, equally at home in manag- 
ing her household, edu< ating her i hildren a the ■ ompliments 
dignified Commander-in-Chief i>r the courtly Frenchman. 
In a very interesting letter written by Mr. Denning's granddaugh- 
ter, Mrs. Van Ri I before her death in 1897, sne s -'> s . m 
her grandfather; 
" He » ! very intimate with General Washington ; "as much with 
him when his headquat N go with 
him to Fishlcill town to review the troops there, . My father 

was then a bo) and would I I r with them to a place, 

afterwards our home, opposite Newburgh, and there wait until their 

return from the village. A I where 

ne in. and he remembered well their waiting under us 

i for the l" ii • n from th< 1 hem." 

At imily returned to iii- \\ relling 

in New York. v where 

• until. 11 of the 
I hat instrument pn 
that tl 

Mr. Dent ty and 

\ >rk in the 

rent] 



i"v)v. I ?i Denning* \ in 

He represented the Southern District in the Senate tVom the ft 
second session, 1798, to the thirty-first session, 180S, inclusive, eleven 
years. 

He was one of the subscribers to the shares of the famous old Ton- 
tine Coffee House, founded in i-<)2. Among other names which appear 
with his own on the list of original subscribers are those 'III 
John R. Livingston, Frederick Jay, John b F. Sebor, [ohn 

Jacob Astor, and Nicholas Fish. Mr. Barrett, in his "Old Merchants 
of New York City," after giving the names of the original subscribers, 

"That is an aristocratic list. Those who have ancestors whose sig- 
natures grace the Declaration of Independence may point to them with 
pride, but not more so than the descendants of the Signers to the Ton- 
tine Shares. 

" ["hey were the creme of the creme of New York society. They were 
the founders of our great commercial city, and their names should be 
honored as long as the city endures." 

On January 4, 1799, Mr. Denning was appointed a member of the 
Council of Appointment. This Council was composed of four senators, 
one from each district, nominated and appointed each year by the Assem- 
bly. The appointees of the Council were a Chancellor and the judges of 
the Supreme Court. 

So far as I can ascertain. William Denning's last public services were 
rendered as a New York Siate Senator in 1808. In 1809 he was elected 
a representative to the Eleventh Federal Congress, bul 
taking his seat. He was then in his seventieth year. During the stormy 
days of the Revolution and in the calmer days which followed, he had 
given freely of his time and talents to the public service and had fairly 
earned the right to stand aside and let the burden of public duty rest on 
younger shoulders. 

In 1817 he was one of the Directors of the Bank of New \..rk 
capital $950,000, and also a Director of the New \<\V Insurance Com- 
pany, capital $500,000. He retained his interest in business affairs up to 
the time of his death, and his faculties were unimpaired and active to 
the last. 

He died at the family re her 30, 

and was buried in St. Paul's churi hyard. < >n the stone erected in 
memory by his children is this inv ription : 

" A tender affectionate Parent 
A benevolent indulgent Friend 
An enlightened liberal disinterest! 

anddaughter. Mrs. Yan Rensselaer, in the letter I have already 
mentioned, gives this description of him : 

vas a man of medium stature, rather tall than short, slightly 

built, light hair and blue eyes, and a very ple.i lunte- 

11 his man: iberal 

with his money, kind to the | r. He • 

Church. I do not know if be was a mem 

11 his manner ; a Of his mi utl he 

gave liberally to the war." 

William Denning's life covered 1 1 in the 



'■■ning. [ July. 

he breaking 

boulder with 

the Its 

man ; ol Lafayette, the gallon 

taani 10 
think that hi ud ability wen .heir friend- 

kcl- "in Albany, 

• I tocumenti KcIj 1 
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"Joon 

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481, 



IN I HALKR [OHM 



William Dennii mtha married i" S 

Hawxhurst, and dai '• lliara Hawxhurat of New York, Mercha.nL 

- 1 

Issue. 

1st. Lucretia Ann, born 16th May 1766, married at the family 
dence in Wall Street u> Nathaniel Sh n l onnecticut 2nd 

June 1787. 

and. Charley born ;ist Au .--i! Bth August 1768. 

3rd. William, l">in llth C'atlierine 

Smith, born 1 ;:h ' ■ : daoghtei Smith 

4lh 

nber 1770. 
5th. 

6th, rn .'4th April 177- sop in 

New York, 1 lib I 

lid William i 1 M 

14th l and ten minute* P M 

-lling in the 1 wn 
|ames 

A I 

1 

Sunday 



Levi Holden, .;« OJL i ■ i 

2nd. Hamiali Maria, born at the -i 
tember 1782, married at Beverly Farm to William Duer, son of the late 
Col. William Duer, on Thursday Illh 1806. 

3rd. Charles, born in New York at the family dwelling in Wall 
Street, 13th April 1785. After being in the Counting : nturn 

and Champlin, Merchants, he sailed on Sunday 1 uh May, i>^c6 in their 
ship Eolus, Capt. Mather, for the Cape of Good Hope and Canton. He 
left the Cape 30th September, sickened at Bea and after five weeks 
extreme illness he arrived at Canton about 24th December, when he 
landed and to our infinite sorrow died on the 10th [anuary 1807, how 
much to be lamented by his family and Friends. He had no 

Amy, 2nd wife of said William departed this life on Saturday the 7th 
M n 1808, affectionately attended and surrounded l>\ the loved children 
of her sister and her own. Mis. Shaler, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Gi 
and Mrs. Huer, at 5 o'clock P. M. in the sixty-first year of her age. On 
Sundavthe Sth the funeral procession t"ok place from the family re- 
-,41 Broadway, to St. I'aui's Church, from whence her remains were 
. ed to be deposited (it her particular request) at the Beverly Farm 
ice she was attended by Mr. Henderson, Mr, Gillespie, Son 
William, Mr. Thomas Hay and myself and interred with the most 

ty attended also by mat . 
of the vicinity. 

The record closes by the departure from this world of us revered 
writer, William Denning, 

lamented by all who knew him, his universal phi ndering him 

beloved by all, but inexpressibly dear wa 1 hildren, to •• 

irt and happiness he was devotedly and invariably solicitous. This 
small tributi Hence is very inadequate to the enjoyments and 

stowed on the writer of this, the eldest child of this most 
valued parent. 

(This last paragraph was written by Mrs. Shaler, wife of Nathaniel 
r, and mother of Lucy Ann shaler. \\ h>> man -ore Thomas 

• >nough. ) 

LEV] HOLDEN, AN OFFICER OF WASHIN LIFE 

Gl ARD. 



Hv I- iiu \ki. I- 1 1 • ■ ) di n Si 1 roN 



Laci 'if industry « 
that u Mount Vernon were ne 

with her ladyship. For 
queue ; for the latter, a linen-th 
ured hv the 
the nightcap* has been great 



I ulv, 

I low- 

n 
tement in p 

tl 

nead- 

•rc, wall in i and 

.mi until ii 
1 tell, witli much amuse- 

Iron 
through the open windows of her slei 
. ird." 

ments, the life of the camji oil There were 

■ re than a hain-ai 

nitary ; iii<-re were 

Mount Vet- 

ppottunitiea were 

i i h Alliance 

i\ held him 

• young lieutenant 

in. I the aiinv encampment at 

made meiu- 

1 the death of Andre. I ution, 

tomed 
the mar< h I 

i tumultuoo 

■ ■ 

inav of the 

lust and rearrange their 
ii Mount Vi 

' iTIUV. 

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1 899- J ^'~' Bolden, an • , . . 

the regular army we do not know. At all ol tlie 

war he was captain in 1 

doubtless while serving iii that capacit) tli 

that drew him to Newaik in after nn.tti 

v , lounded in this \ 
he may have been one of the few retained I tin* 

army in November to formally 001 upy New York aftei on by 

the enemy. We like to think and 

one of that ;i rn who bad 

well to the Chief under whom they h I until 

iljpassed from their sight the barge that I m them ; to 

back to another life, as did Bedivere of old, 

"Among new men. sttange faces, other ra 

It is also pleasant, as we read Washington's acknowledgment of the 
services rendered by the officers atta> 1 sou. to think tlut < lap- 

tain Holden was one of those to whom such a tribul lered 

due.* Still a young man at the end of eight \ 
only twenty-nine — "Cincinnatus " retired, like many another, to 
quiet of his native town. From Colonial splendors, the excitement of 
the campaign, and memories of the fair dames of Philadelphia and Mor- 
rn, he went to fifteen uneventful, uninterrupted years of fan] 

lie I repeat mv to the Army in general, I should do injustice 

to my own feelings not to acknowledge, in this place, the peculiar services at: 
linguished merits of the gentlemen who hare been attached to my person daring the 
War. It was impossible the choice of confidential offi 
should have been more fortunate. I'ermit me, sir, to recommend in parliculai 
who have continued in the service to the present n thv of the t. 

notice and patronage of Con 

Of a number of personal memorials of Washington that have been at 
in the night 

cap" have disappeared, and survived the carelessnes^ of theii 

until recent days Of these one was a brief auto 
Holden in regard to the fe lamheau and 

certain occasion. The ollv -i 

when he was closing his ... 

rk gives a detailed account from which I 
Newark): " It is the dim, faded, almost worn out remnant ..! * * 

Tunc and neglect have eaten away the upper | irt. and all that reman. 
dingy paper a '" 'he 

neat, plain and well-known chirography of ihe Commandei in ' 

5 Guil's yesterday 17-1 

The receipt well ill 1 
The hutch Guilder ■ 1 

the whole ai |8 1. 50, the ; 



1 44 ' *'• (Jul v, 

tnd '. 

South 
upon 

■ 
In ten years' nine he nee in 

Hi-- in ! tn ^t'-r . nil l.iniiW . : 
patri Ll 
lers. ii by the speculative tendencies 

A 
i .\ ith .1 nami 
lamih, Levi knew friends who 

to Newark, then a pate of 4,000 
to 5,000 in 

ithering up 1 I ap- 

iher, arriving in the month of July, 
When found he had but 

1 that 
1 
nt in fight 1 

list, M mm 11, li\ 

n the marki 1 

tomei 

Hen ry , in 

till ll : ^ulcroii .ili 

» bich • standing where now is ll 

mil upon I 

nd lawn thai 

ami ii 

Still more 
■ 

aptain 
lure lnni. when hi tiled in the 

: . broad in 

tnd a mouih 
by .» kindly 
per- 
• I that he ••■ 

.... f a nui 
His m . ■■■ 

than thi small 

|au>ei C. Hi 



1 899.] Levi HoUen, an Op ■:' [ .- 

silver-buckled shoes of former days, which he wore to the day of his 
death. 

It may be suspected that he ».is not 1 point- 

in; fingers and whispered remarks as he walked the streets of the town. 

: "pr iminenl 1 ilisen " was not 1 
Poorth of J ill v celebrations and training days, surrounded by the 
ence of all, ho must have been i » > naracteristic 

that, in spite of a - at ins own 

Winle In- was vet a resident >•( Sudbury, a coi im of 

iras stolen from his saddle-bags, during 1 stop "i 
minutes at the famous " Waysidi Inn ' li was not until reaching the 

ncord, that he found the plai 
handful of gravel. There was no redress He had suspicions - 

rrecl — but absolutely no 'uietly 

returning home, he kept Ins owi ind during th ■ <>nf. 

not even his wife, heard of the affair. Meanwhile, the imp of the per- 
verse was working in the conscience of the i at length 
xed him — little thinking what a limited circulation the story had — 
to ask Captain Holden, in an 

that money out of his saddle-bags. "Not till this moment," said the 
. 11. and inun hands upon him. Tin' ovei 

to refund the money with interest. This quietness and self- 
dominating qualities of the man. He was not easily an - 
I to offer him direct insult, as, when roused, Ins 
ind well-directed energv was exceedingly effective, < Ine day, in Ins 
latter vears, as lie was seated at til'.'- in an inn. some fellow presumed 
til 1 1 1 in a "damn Tory." " My friend, " replied 
:cran, quietly, "I will make you repent of that" ; and go D 
the corner where h I and broke it over the man's 

batk.* To complete the picture of Captain Holden it is only necessary 
■ that, as befitted a descendant of the Puritans, he was an earnest 
Christian and a regular attendant at ll in Church. The 

in passed the troubled days of 1812 in peace beneath his cherry 
trees, and had the pleasure of seeing his BOD Horace attached to l i ■ 

r brother-in-arms William Colfax, at this time a brigadier of 

He lived to sec peace and prosperity return after the 

■ later, 011 the 19th "f April, 1823, he departed this 

life, " ripe in years and rich in bom rith military 

i Battalion, in the little church) ti 
the chapel in "'. on the I 

1828. h I mm laid at hi ' lab at 

. stand-, U] 

ble with the 

man. 



• The upper frjgment of this slick is itill in poss- 

ren Holden, of Philadelphia. It is still longer than a cane of 10 -day and shows part 
of the brcalr made i'V 'lie i 

♦ In regard to Mr*. Holdtn, it may be of interest to note that she was -aid to 
have been 'of pious Character, exemplary in her Conduct, and Universal 
^peeled." 



I July, 

i " r it > 
OP LEV] II"! I 

rr. i man of ' ■ ule, of 

H ii 

■ cd the 

■ varied 

r truth endeared him iu all. These quali< 

Ii in die Redeemei ■ meriU lie alone relii 

ertdencc thai 
morning of the 
.mortal life. 



A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE ANCESTRY AND DESCEND- 
VNTS OF WILLIAM BEDLOW CROSBY, OF NEW YORK, 
AND OF HARRIET ASHTON CLARKSON, HIS W 






■ I R 

In ilie- year i - toar of Europe with his wife 

ami his children, John, Ralston, Mary and Howard. They travelle 

On the retm n voyage ■ Nor- 
ran into their vessel, carrying away the bowsprit anil fore- 
be excitement Mr. Crosby took his Bible and read 
I . The •■lii(> put m 
iOIOUth, only mic hundred miles distant from the scene of the 
and aiiri i« >cgun again 

Willi I 

i.uch of his 
irtune to charitable obj the HiMe Society, the 

■ Dutch Church, and in- 
numei I can remember ^"iii^ with him to the 

and Ix-in^' impressed with the fact thai he 
u;. du m. He was .1 tall and 

in b, writes in the 

ibbath (si'irtn 

< ir slmir ) sat Col.* William B. < rosby, ilie lord ol the manor, and the heir 

figure and tin- 
iuke; but those of lis who knew bio that a 

irt cou d not he found in 

ipiriluality than it did that of h 

•ii the world." I have 

e of him as 
1 to retire I 



i lie- militia in the \\ 

ing die 

icr a» member 



1899-] Thi I 1 i- 

dressing-room .it QOOn every d ind Bible rr.i 

rife, Harriet Clarkson, was in all respects worth) ol him, and their 
children cherished the memory of both with a and 

on. After the children were married, Mot 
dinner at Rutgers Place. The seventh ol 
birthd 

gathering. < >n February 7, 1857, the golden wedd 1 in the 

old house, ami on thai occasion two of the grandchildren were baptised 
bv Chancellor Ferris with water from the fordan, . 
hn, and the present writer. Mrs. 1 
and her husband followed on Man leaving an 

-t. 000,000. On Februarj 
ins ninetieth and one hundielh birthdays, a family reun 
in their memory at the home of their son Howai 

teenth Street. On the I mphlet 

form, from the pen of their daughter Mary, was distribute 

tits were painted of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby ; the I ibout 

tughter, Mar] 
reproduced with this paper ; an 
are in the possession of tneir granddaughter, Mrs 
in cravon, are now owned by the Rev. Arthur I 
tores "i an '-.ii ly date bi li ing i" the : 1 
remains of William and his wife are buried in the family vau 

In concluding tins an mint. I append a list of the children and 
children of William Bedlow Crosby and Harriet Ashton Clarke 
1. William I [enry Crosby, ., 

i itin at Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. )., [841-1849 
Professor of Latin ad interim at Columl 

melius Nepos : V ce-Presidenl ol th 
-. ; succeeded his lather as men nnati, 

and was treasurer of the New Jfork irs at 

New York, M iv : 1. 189 i ; man 
1 Matilda, daughter ol Dr. John Nei 
They had the following children : 

i. Harriet Clarkson Crosbj 

December 2^, 1832. 
ii. Julia Neils.. n rn July ?i, 1833; now (1898) ami 

mary at \ ■ ... ih .mi I . 
iii. I 

\ itt Clinton l 
1 iovernor I 'e Win < 'linton. 
iv. M v, born March 17 

v V. 

4. . 
VI. I 



1 this pampbli 



The ( roafy Fam [J u 'y. 

vii. N , -40 ; died lanut 

viii. Harman Rn graduated at 

Rutg ■ 

ix. '• raduated at 

Rubj uurcii 

n, N Y. . ii Mount I amalpais 

Milii 

father ..•> membei ol th ncinnati : n 

Ma) 14. 1870, 
Ilu rk < . 
x. William Hen 

1 >, 1850. 
xi. I rk, liorn April 14, 1852. 

Maj ix, 181 ; graduated at Colombia Col- 
lege in the < liar, 

Ii iwned while bad 

. with- 

lue. Mr. 1 ' 1 irgaret 

Barker (born Ma) \-, \ - 1<> 
Butler. 

and bad 1 

1. Franklin Bui ebruary 4, 1S41 ; First I.ieu- 

tenant Regular 1 ry ; killed by a musket-ball at 

11. '•'■ . I". hi Jin,. 

Illll: , U.S. 

N.i-.. 

New \'<>rk li.ir ; married Maria 1 1 
dan on. e Mayi >r • ■( New Y.'tk. 

Jui. leaving children. 

iii. Eienr) Novembei 11, 1843; married 

It, 1S7S, Mary, daughter ol 

iv. [ohn I 1 November lied May 10, 

! |an- 

: Edmund M. Vi 

vi. Mary 1 rosby, bon ber 3, 

Edward Holland Nicoll <>f New York, who died at 

ember :*,. 1895. 

1 ; died June 

••4. 1 

LI sea December 10, 

author of 

ied .u 
Hel( na, , married March g, i??6, Jen- 



1899-] The Crosby Family 0/ New 1 I iq 

nie Eliza, daughter of ihe Rt. Rev. Leigh R. Brewer, 
Bishop of Montana. He left one .laughter. 
.\i. Elizabeth Butler Crosby, born September 10, i860; married 
June 1, 18S7, Robert Johnston Hare Powel of New York 
and Newport, R. I., and has children. 

3. Catharine Clarkson Crosby, born May 5, 181 2 ; died February 6, 1882 ; 
married November 9, 1836, Henry H Stevens of Poughkeepsie, son of 
Gen. Ebenezer Stevens and Lucretia Ledyard, his wife. Their children 
were : 

i. Harriet Crosby Stevens, born August 21, 1837; died March 

5- '839, 
ii. Francis Kirby Stevens, born August 18, 1839 ; died February 
j^, 1N74 ; married January 21, 1 868, Mary Noel Carpen- 
der, now of New Brunswick, N. J., daughter of Jacob S, 
Carpender and Catharine Neilson, his wife, and left chil- 
dren, 
iii. Catharine Crosby Stevens, born January 20, 1841; died 

April 21, 1849. 
iv. Anna Clarkson Stevens, born April 8, 1S45; married August 
28, 1S72, Morris Robinson Slidell Mackenzie, U. S. N., 
who commanded the "Mayflower" before Havana during 
the Spanish War in 1898. 

v. William Crosby Stevens, born October 10, 1846 ; died De- 
cember 7, 1865. 

4. Clarkson Floyd Crosby, bom May 17, 1814 ; died November 20, 1816. 

5. Robert Ralston Crosby of New York, born December 3, 1 8 1 5 ; died 
June 25, 1S02 ; married April 27, 1859, Jane Murray, daughter of Henry 
Alexander Livingston of Poughkeepsie, N. Y,, son of the distinguished 
minister of the Dutch Church, the Rev. John Henry Livingston, by his 
wife Sarah, daughter of Philip Livingston, signer of the Declaration of 
Independence. 

The children of Robert Ralston and Jane Murray Crosby are as fol- 
lows : 

i. Cornelia Livingston Crosby, born March 3, i860; married 
June 28, 1897, Alfred Duane Pell, son of George W. Pell 
of New York, 
ii. Harriet Ashton Crosby, born November 12, 1861 ; died Sep- 
tember 22, 1877. 
iii. Robert Ralston Crosby, Jr., born June 1, 1863 ; married De- 
cember 12, 189S, Emily Maria, daughter of the late John 
Jules Petit of New York, 
iv. Livingston Crosby, born September 3, 1S64; married Octo- 
ber 16, 1888, Lilian Murray, daugi. ihn Murray 
Carnochan of New York, and has a daui;i 
v. Edward Nicoll Crosbv, born September 29, 1865 ; B.A 
lumbia College, 1887. 
vi. Charles Ulrich Crosby, born March 22, 1868 ; died in infancy. 

6. Clarkson I rVatervliet, N. Y.. 
was graduated at 1 liege ; member ol 

■ate ; married in 1838, Angelica, daughter of John Schuyler, 
Jr., of Watenrliet. Their children are : 

i. John Schuyler Crosby, of Washington, D. C, born Seplem- 



[July, 

ber ! f New 

!l the 

I 

■ 
ant • 

ral of the ' 

•• Mohan iiarlior in i i 

the I Van 

Rensselaei Man 

n, and 
children. 

ii, ] i married Jm. 

William N ■ V., and bat 

iii. Eliza Mari i irried April, 

N. V. ; ami, 
'.'. illi im M .\>\ . ->'id 

ren. 

i 
married in 1 84 1, William Rhinelander Renwick rheir 

::en were : 
1. I 

; 
N. Y.. ami has children. 
ii. V. : 1 : niarrie.: 

and man 
|ulv 17. 1 s 7'/. < lertrai tei ol \ Elm u 

in. Emily Ashton Renwick, married Novcm- 

. I ; 

.'. I S4g, ma:: 

strong, M. D., ol New York 
Mrs. 
r. Frederick 
and has chil 

\. Helen Renv — , married ■ luff, 

I theologian, Dr. Philip 
children. 

'■ i 

N. Y., and 

1 ! 



1899] The Cro-- 



■51 



ii. Alice Clarkson Crosby, born February 4. 1 S49 ; married April 
7, 1S-4, William How . Y., anil has 

children. 
iii. Gertrude Ralston Crosby, born February 7, [851 ; married 

tach Jones ... anil 

children, 
iv. Louisa Lansing Crosby, born October 22, 1852 ; married 
October 22, 1880, John Lindley of the N ir, and 

1 daughter surviving. 
v. Mary 1 sby, born October 28, 1855. 

vi. Walter Floyd Crosby, of Colorado Springs, Col., born March 
i, 1857; married April 20, 1880, Louise Gautier, daughter 
of Cornelius Kingsland Sutton of New York, and has 
children, 
vii. Frederick Van Schoonh h 15, i860; 

formerly Secretarj in at I > > - r 1 1 1 1 . I the 

In vember 1 1, 

1896, Julia Floyd, daughterof Lr. Francis Delafield of New 
k, and has a daughter, 
viii. Helen Rutgers Crosbv, born Augu 

17, 1882. 

9. Mary Crosby of Yonkers, N'. Y.,born December 11, 1 

10. Anna Bancker Crosby, born August 16, 1824, died July 30, 1826. 

11. Howard Crosl • iruary 27, 1S26; died Minis 

Proi ''ek at the University of the City of New 

. and at Rutgers College ; Chancellor of the University 
Mew York ; Pastor of the fourth Avenue Presbyterian 
Church, New York, 1863-1891 : President of thi 
the Prevention of Crime, etc., etc; married March 17, 1847, 
Margaret Evertson, daughter of [ohn Givan, originally of 
tm, near K I, and afterwards of New York 

and Wesii h lary Ann Evei 

was the daughter of Nichols York 

Har and Trustee of Columbia College, and granddaughter 
of Major Baxter Howe [see 

cinnatij, and through Mrs, H rom Kip Nan 

Dam, President ol the 1 ouncil and Actn ; of the 

Vork ). '1 he following 
ml and Mai - 
i. Edith I 
ii. Ernest 

born November 4. 1856 ; graduated at the University of the 
Gtj 

College La 
lature i-~ 

anil ap[ ted by the l 

unals at Alexandria, I 
in [894 ; man ndall, 

Maunse 

iii \ March 

18, 1891 ; married January r ^rthui Hun- 



|r} J i Famih in America. [July, 

ton Allen, Pastor of the Woodside Presbyterian Church 
ad left a dau 
William Hei November 29, 1859; died June 

1 1 . 1 860. 
\ N ol New York, born December 12, 

1861 ; graduated at Columbia College in the class of 1S82 ; 
A. M. 1885 : Ph. I). Princeton ; married June 5, 1895, 
K.lith I.., daughter of John W. Follett of Pine Hill, Ulster 
inty, N. Y 
vi i. Grace Asht orn March 13. 1871 

1 1, Harman Rutgers Crosby, born April 10, 1828 ; died June 30, 1830. 
-The following additional faus, ascertained since this paper 
u.is prepared, may be of interest. 

iginal inventory of the estate ol *ho came from 

by Ins widow, " Anne Crosby," is on file in the 
Massachusetts at Huston. It places the value of bis pn 

William Bedlow (born 1722, died with his wife in the yellow-fever epi- 
demic 1 for the Krc( 

the Highlands on the Hudson River from 1 ■ | fonmal N. Y. 

I., pp. 91, 9Q, 103 ; also Calendar of Historical 
Manuscripts at Sui N V. Vol, [,, p. iy8.) 

In William Bedlow's familj Hi 1 >le, now in the possession of Mrs. 
William B. Beekman, he says that the wedding of his daughter to Dr. 
cer Crosby took place at "Clinton House "at Nen Windsor (the 
residence of Governor Clinton), the Rev. John Moffat officiating. 



I 111. EARLY '.I Nl I' KTIONS OF nil. VAN Dl 
FAMILY IN AMERICA. 



Hv 1 .-■ . Von suu kj 



nad (ram Vol XXX.. p ioj, of Thb R* 

14 \frahiim Ten >on of Mattheus Abrahamsen Van 

en, in. Ma) 23. 1697, Jemima Van Schoonhoven, dau. of Guert 
Van Schoonhoven ami Marytje Cornelius, and their children 
were : 
107. 1. Mattheus, bp. at Kingston, <>rt. -'. 1699 ; sp., I 
la Maeter, Antje \'an Vleck. 

p. Albany, Sep. 27. 170a . sp.. Jacob Van 
Van Schoonhoven ; in. April 7, 1735, 

109. in. Isaac, bp. A 34, 1 704. ; 

Marytie Van Deuse; m. Jan. 17. 17.? , at Kinderhook, 

Van Wie en, the Fit 

\'.m Deusen Ms I ngton, and the anco 

the most prominently known Iiutch family in Men 
land.) 

I \ibany. June 15, 1707. 



1 899. ] /. ■■ lfj 

111. v. Jacob, bp. at Kingston, Maj [acob Rutze, 

Man tje Rutze. 

• % Van Deusen, sun of Mattheua Abrahamsen Van 
m, 1(195, Aeltje Uytenbogert, dau. ol Gysbert Uyten- 
ind their children ■ 
1 is. i. M.utheus, bp. Sep. 20, 1696 ; sp., Isaac Stoutenberg, Trvntje 
Bensings. 

113. ii. Helena, bp. March 4, 1698; sp., Samson Benson, Abraham 

Van Denreen ; m. June 14, 1 719, Jacob Van Deusen. 

114. iii. Neeltje, l>p. P'eb. 4, 1700; sp., Isaac Stoutenberg, Willemtje 

Gysberta (I'vtenbogert) ; m. July :<<. i~-'4. Hendnk 
l'.iulse. 

115. iv. Mattbeus, bp. May 31, 1702; sp., Dirk Uyten Bogaert, 

Trvntje Benson ; m. April 18, 1730, Margaret Pauls 
1 1 '1. v. Gysbert, bp. April 23, 1704; sp., Claea Boogert, Claasjen 

Van Schaick, his wife; m. May 14, 17*6, Annatje Ten 

Broek. 
11-. vi. Trvntje, bp. May 9, 1 706; sp., Matheus Benson, Elizabeth 

I'ytden Bogert ; m. Oct. 3, 1725, Johannes Paulsze. 

118. vii. Aeltje, bp. March 6, 1709; sp., Samson Benson, Aeltje 

Stoutenberg ; m. Francis Mesnard. 
16. Ca/a/vn//, M it'.heus Van Deusen, dau. of Mattheus Abrahamsen Van 
Deursen ; m. Dec. 5, 1699, Jacob Martense Van Y in of Marten 

• ise Van Vsselsteyn and Maykc Cornells, and their children were : 
Marten, bp. Aug. II, 1700; sp. , Hendrick Bogard, Jannetje 
Bogard. 

119. ii. Helena, bp. 1703; sp., Samson Benson, Aeltic Van Deusen. 

120. iii. Baata, bp. Dec. 26, 1705 ; sp.. Evert Pels, Jacob Van Deursen, 

Elizabeth Benson. 
III. iv. Matheus, bp. Oct. 16, 1715; sp., Matheus Bensing, Catharina 

Provoost, his wf. 
its. v. Maryrje, bp. Julv 2, 1718; sp., Harmanus Bensing, Aeltje 
Bensing, his wife. 
1 7. Isaac Teuwis Van Deusen, of Claverack, son of Mattheus Abrahamsen 
Van Deursen; m. Oct. lata Van Vsselsteyn, dau. of Marten 

Cornelise Van Vsselsteyn, and their children were : 

123. i. Mattheus, bp. Aug. 3, 1707 ; m. about «735. Rachel . 

124. ii. Cornelia, bp. July 3, 17:9 ; m. Amines Van llir 

125. iii. Bata, bp. Sep. 27, 1 7 1 3 ; sp., Cornelia Vsselsteyn, Cornelia 

Vreedenberg. 

126. iv. Cornells Andnese, bp. April 22, 1710; m. Lea Ostrander. 

v. Isaac, bp. June 2, 1718. 
128. vi. Marytje, bp. May 15, 1-20; m. Andries Van Huyck. 
. bp. Sep. 23, 1722 ; m. John Mi I 

130. viii. Elizabeth, bp. Aug. 9. 1724 ; rn. Tennis Van Woert. 

131. ix. Annetje, bp. . 

132. x. Sara. bp. fan. 4, I73°' 

xi. Johann 18, 1731 ; sp., Jan Van Deusen, Hille 

Ro> 
134. xii. Helena. I 
-44.) 
\brakam (Isaacs) Van Deusen, ton ol " van i>eur- 



I I ills , 

- ami Amu 
I ( hildren wi 

t \ .in 
Valk April 5, 1713, 

■ 
Wyn .ward 

. Jan. 10. 1 ' 

Tryntje W [one 14, 1 7 1 

(V.111 

1720. Jan \ 

140. vi. luililh 

141. Maria 

142- viii. Anna, 

/ant. 

\brabam 

144. ii. Lysbeth, b| I Abrahamson (Van 

Nov. > . 1 ■ . I"im Man. 

bardt), 

M l! 

rdt) ; in. Nov. 11, i-i'-. 

147. v. . 7. 1700 : mil), 

; ni. June I-'. 1 
Mm:: 

.11 del 

in. od theif children 

: Marprela 
May 

• ■ ' " - 3 ■ Eli 

/ant, 
Vynant Van Gi leren. 



1899- I / ■" 1^ 

111. Jan. 13, iboom, 

ami their chil I 
151. i. Jacob, bp. Sept. 4. 

Apr. 4. 1 Henderick R 

i ; mi I let ,i,i 723, I [endrick 
1 . Jr. 

i>. Nov. 1 1 . [ohannes I 

Mai : in. July 15. 1721, Jan 

1 ;4. iv. M 1.1 700 ; Bp., 1 rerritje 

m ; 111. June 23, i 
::i. bp March .• 1 , 1703: sp., Gerrit Ki»enboom, 
M.uytjc Vai 
. „ .. (bp. Dec. 25, 1705; 9p., Henri k Rosenboom, 

1 ■ Vl - 5f. nr T Henrik M. Ariantje 

I-'". VII. I •,, 

Van Deur- 

i. Trynlje, l>p. Aug. (Lansing), 

i it 1 iba 1 Van 1 leus 
ii. Tryntje, bp. Aug. ,,Willem Jacobs (Van Deusen), 

Ann- 
160. iii. I fan, 5, 1700; Bp., Jan Gerritsen, Catalyntje Van 

int. 
iv. Jacob, bp. Nov, 19, 1701 ; sp.. Will fan Deusen, 

Lys use. 

1 t. 3. 1703 ; sp. , El 

29, 1705; sp., Reyer Gerritse (Lan 

vii. Abraham, bp. Nov. 17. roh ; Bp., Christina Gerritse; m. 

165. \iii. Anna, '• 1729. Abraham Wit- 

ix. Maretie, bp. Nov. 13, 1 >. Melchert 

ieck, 

■ 
in. Oct. 8, 1704, I oi Willem Bogardus and 

n lant of William the Silent, and their chil- 
dren were : 
168. i. Anna, 
Van I 
ii. Pieter irnelia 

\ 
am. 
171. iv. " 

m. N 



1 -r, :"iil\ in America. [July, 

175 wi. Willem, bp. Sept 16, 1711 innis Van Dearie, I 

1 
174. rnelia Chiles, 

Ills * 

D. II, 1711 ; ip., Francis Childs, Cornelia 

unaen Van Deur- 
ia, 1709, Jannet; ' * ind their chi 

p. June 1 8, 1712 ; sp., Abraham \'an Deursen, 
Lucrctje, hi 
177. li. li :■•.. 111 ; sp., Joliannes, Aarts<-, Anneti 

- :'iegel. 
lii. I'ieter, April 14, 1717. Bp., JacoblU Kwik, Janneke 
ens. 

37. K . ' ; Van 
Deursen ; in. Sept II, 1692, U'vntie Harmcns, dan. of Harm 

Hun, and their children were: 

ntie, bp. May 14, 1693; m. May n, 1717. Matthias 
Win den B 
180. ii. Engelie, bp, March 22, 1696 ; sp., Jan Jans Hlevker (Bleecker), 

rerril Lansing, Jr. 

38. < " rs) Van Deuscn, dan. >>i Melchioi Abraham- 

m. 1st June 28, 16 ins Witbeck, s in ol fan 

iter ; 2d, Jonathan fans 
ilyntie Van Hurcn. Children by 1st husband : 
tj •, bp. May 1 1, 1690. 

182. ii. Geertruy, bp. March 6, 1692; m. May 30, 1 7 1 S, Reuben 

Van 

183. iii. J : Bp., Jan Andnes Witbeck, 

riet Hlevker (Bleei I 
iv. Abraham, b| 1703 ; Bp., Ruth Van Dense, Wvn- 

tie Van Dense ; m -1 1 ■ t . 17*9, Anna Van Densen. 
Child) 

I 

187. vii. Mamlje, b. I 
{9 A';. •;-■ 1 I ' Abrahams'-! 

ti ; in. .iiit. 1693, Simon Vai melius Van 

and their children • 

March .'<>. 1 1 
ius, bp. Mai : , sp., Rip Van Dam, Anna 

Van I *eui 

p., Rutgerl \'.m l 
'.-Irian Man. 
40 M ■ i in. ol Meli hior Abral 

\ in 1 • -ur^'-n ; m. 

b, and theii 
1 ■; 1 . 1. \ Breechje. 

:.|erv 
Pels, Anna !'■ 



• ■ ■ v.;. i e - 

wife, Johannes Rommtn, Lymon Van Ness, Anna Maria, 

.rlh. 

i • tic ; m. Dec, _ 1717, Jacob Kip. 

196. vi. Bregje, !>p. Feb. 4, 1700; sp.. Dirk Bei "sing, 

M. Raphael Goelet. 

197. vii. Rachel, bp. March 29, 1702 ; sp., Tryntje Bensing, wife of 

Samson Bensing. 

198. viii. Evert, l>p. In'* -. [704 ; sp., Christoffel Pels, Ami* 

199. ix. Annatje, bp. Aug. 18, 1706; sp., Joris Klzewarth, Maritje, 

Melcherts (Van Deusen). 
joo. x. Abraham, bp. March 28, 1708 ; sp., Abraham Aalsteyn, Tryn- 
.Isteyn ; m. Au^. ^5, 1733, Helena A 

201. xi. Rachel, bp. Dec. 5, 171 1 ; sp., Willem Elsewartb, Elizabeth 

Pels; m. < >ct. -, i - ;^. Abraham Harperts Van Deusen. 

202. xii. Annalje, bp. Apr. 17, 1715 ; sp., Johannes Romme, Pieter- 

nella Elzewarlh. 
41. Caspar (Melchiors) Van Deusen, son of Melchior Abraham Van 
sen ; m. abt. 1700, Jannetie Schermerhorn, ami their child was : 

203. i. Caspar, t>p. Apr. 20, 1701 ; sp., Levinus Winnen, Neeltje 

rmerhorn. 
4 .• fannetie 1 Melchiors) V,m Deusen, dan. of Melchior Abrahamsen 
\ Hi Dearsen ; m. Sept. 5, 1702, Thomas Jans Witbeck, son of Jan 
Thomase Witbek and Geertruy Andries Dochter, and their children 
were : 

204. i. Geertruy, bp. Jan, 1, 17 4 ; Bp., Johannes Van Vecbten, En- 

geltie Van Deusen. 

205. ii. Melchert Abraham, bp. Sept. 22, 1705 ; sp., Jonas Douw, 

Catharina (Witbeck) Douw; m, Oct 17, 1741, Marytie 
Van Deusen. 

206. iii. Johannes, b. July 9, 1708. 

207. iv. Jacobus, b. Oct. 30, 1710; m. Dec 15, 174s, Catalina Van 

Deusen. 

208. v. Geertruy, b. March 6, 1717 

209. vi. I. 1 724. 

4 {. Marriti ' Van Deusen, dau. of Melchior Abrahamsen Van 

m. i>t, March 22, 17 1 Jo- 

1 ithout, and their child 

210. i. Engeltie, bp. Jan. ;,. 1713; sp., Andries Abramse, lannelte 

Thi 
44. Harpert Melchiors Van Deusen n Van 

ten ; m. 1st, Nov. 7, 1707, Helena Van Deusen, dau, ol Mattheua 

■ n ; td, M -'. Van A 

Children by the Brst w ife 
in. i. Helena, bp. May 2, 171 1 n, Marreijen Kut- 

Abraham I 

2 12. ii. Melchert, b| "13- 

21 j iii, i 1714. 

1 14 iv. I ."■ ntje, bp. [une 9, 1717 
215. v. Melchert, b| 

217. vii. Rutgert, bp, 



I July. 

ibamsen V.m 
I their chii.l 

2 I S 

49. M en Van 

i nil their children 

. 

i M el and 

Van Dtursen, m. tst. abt. e Ootlmut. 

-■ I, M.irritie Van I lease! 

■ 

' IthoUt, W i : 

(Hun). 

1 ; ■ 

:■ , Andriea \ nneiie 

' insen Mint'iel and .1/ 

ityn ; 
Van Valkenberg. 

M irtens. 

innes T. Mingai .. Jannetie 

I '-1]<t, Tryntje Wendell. 

llstyn, Marietje Van 

ineta 
ill. I o( 
drcn wi 

: 

ndell, M in I 

iii. Anna. I . Mali 1 Minj 

where 

■ 

' ■ 



1 899.] Ret ords of th 1 ; ( , 



'>RDS OF THE REFORMED DUTCH 1 III iail IN THE 
CITY OF NEW Y< IRK.- 



A" I OUDERS. 

Richard Ryckman, 
Deborah Doughty. 

Henry Wiisie, Cath- 
arine I 

John Schick, Mary 
Van De Hergh. 

H< 

Abraham Herring, 
beth Ivers. 
than) Iirower, 

■ r I ) tinea. 

Marcli 6. Isaac Iirower, Agnes 

13. Isaac 

Pet' 

erine Ward. 

[ISO 

John Dallv, Mary 
Teller. 
20. John Ritter, Eliza- 
beth 

II : 

I '.i 

nard Bleeker, Jo- 

hannah Abeel. 
Andrew Billing 

nelia : 
>I. Richard Blak 

beth i 

Cornelius C01 

■ u tcn- 
rgh. 
Pe: 
ttce R 
April 

': 







KIN1 ■' 




Ri( b 


man, Rachel 


3 : 


Ryckman, 










1 [annah, b. 


John ('lit/.. 


- 1 


1 nelia Cliut. 


rah, t). 




Nov 1 








.lia. 




Il.inn.ih.li. 


|ohn herinc 


24 [an' 




1785. 




Robert, b. 


Lawrence Iirower, Rachel 




Ward. 


Ruth, b. 


1 1 annah 




ung, 




Sarah 




Webb 


b. 




la Feb". 


I 'Infer. 




(onathan Penny, 




beth 1 




John 1 






• aid. 




















■•ell, b. 




A March. 












li, l>. 


Ann 























' the RtformtJ Dutch Church in New York. July, 






Maj 






Hende- 

. ler. 



I ames Barret, Elje 
Earl. 

M . ii so n, 
MarJ Dtitcher, 

14. Sam del Brower, 1 lan- 

nah Bi 



David M'Tris, Chris- 
tiana Mercier. 

1 'irk, Ja- 

neka I 
Daniel Ackerman, 

Vrowlje I '>• M' iree. 
Abel W. I Ian), ii- 

brool 

nisli. 
• armm. 



KIM > C1TI . 

phei 1 larroands Scbdi 



<-r, b. 
Thomas, b. 

19 Man h 
rge, b. 
la Nov. 
1784. 

' . b. 
9 April 

Mart. 






I ussiths.Jane 
Sjungler. 

Sam del De Groot. 
Bdsh. 



. b. John Pool Piene, Tietje 
is M.u ' Pi 

is, Catherine 
16 March Mareelis. 
Sarah. 



I ci li n . b. 
23 March 



kirk, Re- Ldke Fleet 

John Iii'1-.kirk, 

John \'.m 1 1 

Van Hod 



Re- 1 1 



Sarah, b. 

8 April 
1785. 

I ii Ii 11 , h. 

Nov 



m I'allV 
1 1 .1.1 I 



A 



I welt, 

iler. 

I ■ ! - » \ . 
to, C" 

lorph. 
Vnnaka 

■ 

'I'll 

nah \\ aldron. 
16. II 



• Catherine, 

March 

James, 1 1. 

April 

A bra ham, 

b. 1 ~ April 
11 I b. 
Maj 
P 

30 Api 
im, b. 



John Kip. Antic De 

I Elliot, Catherine 

I appen. 

is Roosevelt 
it 
Moore, Anne 
\l 
Robert R iy, Man l.lmon 
(lurpli. 



1899] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church tn \<rw l'ork. ]6i 



A* 1785. oui'i 

29. John Delanoy, Ann 
Ddtfielt). 
John Day, Sarah 
[17.] Nagle. 

Samuel Gibbs, Anne 

Harsin. 
John Sickels, Alelha 

Gilbert. 
George Thompson, 
Ann Bayard. 
Jdne 5. Abraham Brovoort, 
Pamela Dtisen- 
IxirrV . 
Charles Grant, I 

beth Ackerman. 
Alexander Van Ever- 
en, EtTe Ackerman. 
Garrit Harsin, Eliza- 
beth Doughty. 
12. Peter de Reimer, Else 
Babbington. 
Benjamin Romine, 
MarV Brower. 
19. John Van Dvck, Sarah 

Clark. 
22. Robert Manlev, Cath- 
arine Poppledorph. 
26. PhilipWerner, George 
Ritson. 
Aron Aorson, Altje 
'.Hiackenboss. 
July 2. Wilsie Austin, Eliza- 
beth Dusenburv. 

3. Aron Gilbert, Jiin', 

Fanny Hallet. 
10. Marmaduke Earl, 
Martha Van Gelder. 



[18.] 



ret Blank. 
James Kip, Cornelia 
Ryckman. 
II, John Jacob Faesch, 
Elizabeth Brinckcr- 
hoff. 

1 7. Michael Brook 
ean. 



KINDBBB. 

\l 1 .1)1.1111, 

b.a8 March 

Sarah, b. 

U 
M a r y , b, 

17 April 
John, b. 

23 M i\ 
Elizabeth, 
b. 28 Maj 
Charlotte 

Warner, 
1>. 4 April 
Johannes, 
b. 21 May 
E a d e , b. 

28 May 
George, b. 

22 April 
Martha, b. 

23 May 
Isaac, b. 

5 Ma y 

Maria, b. 

4 May 
Thomas, b. 

12 June 
Catherina, 

b. 5 June 
Maria 

Abraham 

Brovoort, 
b, 19 March 
Aron 

John Liv- 
ingston, 
b. 17 June 

David 

Jane, b. 
1 : I line, 
Catharine 

b. 29 Nov. 

1784. 

nne, 
b. 1 lulv 
1785. 



GBTUYGBN. 



George ll;irsin 

Zacharias Sickels, Cath- 
erine Sickels. 

Stephen Bayard, Elisa- 
beth Rilsen. 

J < > 1 1 n Brovoort, Susannah 
Warner. 

Johannes Ackerman, 
Tellante Ackerman. 

Thomas Gardener, 
Gardener. 

John Van Varrick, N.tni v 
Gibbs. 

Peter S. De Reimer, 
Margaret Bartolf. 

Isaac Romine, Sarah Ro- 
mine. 

Solomon Saltds, Cynthia 
Saltds. 



Richard Lewis, Susannah 
Lewis. 

It, Jane 
I leMorest. 

Abraham Brovoort, Pa- 
mela Brovoort. 

Aron Gilbeit, Antinelta 
Gilbert. 

Earl. 



Miller, Margaret 
Miller. 
Albert KVckman, Eliza- 
beth Kvckman. 

I Merrian, Hester 



k ley , 
Catherine Bickley. 



U Reformed Dutch Church in A'tu J'ork. [July, 









I-awrence, Jc- 
mi in 

Martlings. 



iin. 

31. Daniel I 
Marj 

m \v. Van 

Tin. 

Jane 
Fred 

1 

iniilcr, 

1 .-. James 11. I. 

■ 

Kip, Annatje 

I- I 

Rom in e, 

■ 
Mil 

/ J° 



Henry, b. 
5 J"'"'- 

Mary, I'. 
1 ; May 

1'. 
30 June. 

A 11 n . 1 1. 
4 June. 

Thorn 

14 June. 
Abraham 

Lefferts, 

1). 17 ! 
Jamc . 
lu June. 

1 

ie, 1). 

28 July. 

1>. 

D. 

I line. 

i, b. 

. b. 

23 J tily. 
b. 

Aug'. 

11, b, 
3 

Aug'. 






Martlings, Abra- 
I : 
l>eth Marti 

I irown. 



I Ronine, 

belli Kunine. 



Dirck LelTerts. 



John Depeyster, I 
I '-Her. 



Jolin I^acock, Jemima 



Han- 
nah M 

/.abeth 

Andn ■ 

M 

clef. 



1899 J Rtcords 0/ the Rtformtd DuUh Church . l6^ 



Sept' 3. Ponctta, an adult n<- 
faith. 
t. Axon de Voe, Mat 
Yeon 
Edward Grant, deer- Edward, l>. 
iruiil I Hi I 15 July. 

20. John livr.uuk. Mary John, 1>. 
:rtnerhom. 

N. A n tin >n v . J.i 

3 i 

;ne Van Gel- 
der. 

James 

lane 1 1 
1 f. W 

Martha Strackhani. 
Peter Kinnan. Mar] 

Fine. 






. of her 

.'herine 
Ward. 

tfa I)\i 



Samiiel Podge, Jtin', 
Mary Forbish. 
in Elsworth, Mar- 
garet Kinu-. 

Smith, Vnna 
iper. 



»3- 



|.>hn I 'row, Margaret 
Willis. 



Richard Pittenger, 
Mary Stillwell. 
30. J k man, 

Mai 
Will ia m ' lampbell, 
Wj 1 

Rachel 
Bancker. 

13, Peter ' .erbrance, 
J lin', Jane Btfskirk. 
John i 

17. Jedcdiah Wal 

■ LI 

Zandt. 



Marg 

b. 14 I 

e, b. 

Alexander 

nix 
Waldron, 

h. 1 5 

Henry, b. 
2: 

b. 17 Sept, 
Abraham, 
1). 18 
1784. 
beth, 

1785. 
Philip, 

Jan 

John, b. 

2 I 
Benjamin, 

I). 20 
William, b. 

{an 

1 [annah,b. 

. 
h. 11 J iilv. 



John Eliza- 

betb Hoogland. 



William I 



Elizabeth Pittenger. 



Anlje 

William A. F< 

Peter I ither- 

ine Gerbrance. 






Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in Xeu> }'ork. [July, 



A" i • OUDEKS. 

I imea Van Antwerp, 

Ann Bogert. 
[II.] 

to. Thomas Parcel 1, Ann 

Mi ■nianje. 
27. 1 1 n Alen, 

Gecru 
An'lrc m Hageman, 

Abraham Brincker- 
boff, I 'or.. thy Rem- 

>mith, Eliza- 
beth M 



William Smith, Eliza- 
beth "> : 



Pet' nan. 

-I. J h 11 < 'hri 

ilia Van 
rgh. 

Jiin', 
Jane Morgan. 
John J. Romei 
W atcrs. 
illiam Sa. 
I'aniiV 1 rolius. 

J a m e s Blanchard, 



Si mi hi K i e r s t e e d , 
Sarah Montanje. 

John Van A lei 
beth I 

r, Jane 
Van 
John W Iward, Ann 

Catherine Cozine. 

in der Hoeff, 
a Meyers. 



»S 



[11.] 



January 1. William W. Beekman, 
^arct Bogert. 



KIMIEKS. 

Elizabeth, 
b. 8 

Ann, b. 

Aug' 

b. 

Nov. 

A n 11 . b, 
1 1 Oct. 

Liicretia 
Lefferts, 

b. 2< 
William 
Henri. 

b. 20 Feb. 

Elenora 

Martin. 

b. 6 Feb. 

William, b. 
4 Nov. 
1785. 

'1 hi 'ii 

1 1 
Jacob, b. 

a Dec. 
John, b. 

1 2 I 
James 

: stiis, 

Rachel, b. 

'3 Nov. 
Peter, b. 

20 Nov. 

|8 Nov. 
Man 

1 Irrring. 
Ephraim 

Brasher. 



Jacobus Bogert, Jiidah 
Bogert. 



Jacobus lefferts, Liicretia 
Lefferts. 



Samuel Delameter, Blarj 

'•k. 



Waters, Mary 



W .r 

John Crolids, Mary Cro- 
lius. 



Peter Van Alen, Neesje 
Van Alen. 



M J 1 1 erring. 
Ephraim Brasher. 



Lawrence, John 
b. 20 N w 



Elizabeth 



Merlin, 

b. to Dec. 



mi Merlin, Eliza- 
Merlin. 



1899-] Records of the Rt/ormtJ Dutih Church m Nine fork. j6? 



or hers. 
2. Robert Benson, Dina 

Couenhoven. 
8. John Taylor, Lena 

Okee. 
12. John II. Slecht, Mary 
Carman. 



i ;. [sa i* Kip, Catherine 

Bird. 
i 8. Wil ■ tin Cod mhoven, 

iiiah Elsworth. 

John Stake, Sa r a li 
Swansin. 

jeph Earle, Phebe 
Willis. 

29. Cornelius V rede n - 
b, Mercy Lord. 
Sebastian B a u m a n, 
Ann Wetsel. 



Feb v 5. John Van Orden, 
El izabeth 1 >•■ 
Mores. 
12. Garret Peterson. Cath- 
erine Harsin. 
narles Dickenson, 
ing. 
19. Robert Gibson. Jane 
Pape. 



I [es- 
ter Breevoort. 



26. Walter Heyer, Mary 
[23.] Van Antwerp. 

. Aletta 
Bicker. 

Thomas F< 
garet ' 

uren. 



Robert, b. 

Dec. 

Lena, b. 

■7 

A u ',' 1 1 
Del 1 l.iv- 

Jan., 1785. 
David, b. 

William, b. 
2 fan. 

John, b. 
m Nov. 

1785- 

Margan-t 
Willis, 
I N . 
William.b. 
.' •, Dec' 
Ann 

b. 16 Jan. 

1786. 
Ill izabeth, 
b. 20 Jan) 

elids, 

g Jair 
Char'< 

Jan! 

Char] 

Swan, 
b. 21 Nov. 
1785. 

Bre< ■■■ 
b. 1 feb> 

iret.b. 

27 Jan' 
Elenor 

Bicker, 

b. 20 
Catherine, 

M a r . 
1786. 



n, Catherine 
Ben 



Thomas Stagg, Hester 



Nicholas N. AnthonV. 



Daniel Van Antwerp, 

I .irlo. 

John Stagg, J', Catharine 

Shaw, Agness 
Wetsel. 



Benjamin Hogeland, 



Abraham Breevoort. 



Catherine Hicker. 



it,', Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in Xru [Jnljri 



A* 1786. KRS. 

ter Kiting, Anna 

Van 

John Striker, Kliza- 

: h o 1 f, 
kai In-] Van I [orne. 

Mart Wendover. 



1 1. I ii n Karrel, Jane 
Kllison. 

Edward TdllJ Young, 
rnclia Lent. 

19. Matthew Riker, Antje 

J a • n bos, 

■ 
en An tries, Maty 
Man 

1 iti >lf, Mar- 
Shtite. 
.-:. Vndrew Lott, 
elet 



23. John R 

tha Remsen. 

iii Remsen. . 
tha !<■ 

vch, Alida i 
[U ] 

Edward Patten, 

trui. I van 1 1 

. Ann 

M 1 r i a h 
Win Wagi • 

April 1. Abraham B. 1 1 



KIM I 

I o h 1 

rick, 
b. u Feb. 
Sarah 

1'. 1 J 

A n n , l>. 

1 1 - 

Jacob 

Tullv. 
1 '. 1 .• 
H end rick, 

- feb. 

I, 1). 

feb. 

rit, b. 

20 feb. 

1 h, b. 

2 3 
A l.ra ham 

b. 5 Nov. 

Kin 

is March, 

!>. 
March. 
1 beth, 

•. b. 
7 March. 

Robert 

Humphry, 
h 1 } I '< 1 . 
William 
Ban< ker, b. 

i£ Mi 
John, 1 D 



5 t r a h 

ker. 



Hen r J Warrick, Jane 

■ .nil. 

:. :n Hogland, Ann 
••nee. 



•k, Je- 
iniiii.ih \'an I lei 

Leah 
Man 
Henrj . Web- 

John therine 

Livingston. 



Jacob Remsen, Catherine 

Kin 

John Maria 

Ren 

•cvelt. 



I Van Akcn 

\ an Akcn. 

! > i- ii r s en, 
h Van I 'i-ii' 

I '•■ l>i 
I;, nicker. 



1 899.] Records of t ! . | ,,i. V) ~ 



A* 1- onoi 

Abel W. II 1 r.l en- 
brock, Abigail Cor- 
nish. 
John Gilbert, Lea h 

1W. 

1 1 . Anthony Abrahams, 
Ann Bartow. 

16. Theodoriis I >e For- 
est, Mary Doughty. 
James Couwenhoven, 
Elizabeth D e m o- 
rest. 

18. John Daniel. 

beth Blank. 

19. James J. Beekman, 

Sarah Lefferts. 
30. Thomas Ammerman, 
Margaret M c A r- 

thur. 

Reuben Brooks, Su- 
sanna De Lametcr. 

Jonathan W h e e I e r, 
Klizabeth < iarrison. 

William C r o 1 i u s, 
Mary Dobs. 

May 7. Aron Jonkins, Helen 
II .in 
John Herring, 
I [erring. 
14. Nicholas V a n Ant- 
werp, Mary Law- 
rence. 
28. Abraham Ackerman, 
i VerWey. 

William I 
< >iim. 
June 2. Solomon 

chey Van Dyck 

John Btiice, Hannah 

Ki'mine. 
John Valentine, 

Catharina ' 
James Hunt, C 
Sleght. 
4. Fran 

Jam Si 
William 

HalseV. 



KIM 

- March. 

1 in", b. 20 
Oct : 

tret, 

b. -' : 

'TU^, 

b. 1 1 March. 

■lh, b. 

22 March 

Ann, b, 17 
J. in'. 

lia, b. 
1 2 March. 
Joseph 
gert, b. 
\pril. 
leth, 
b. 2 April. 
Hessel, b. 

March. 
Elizabeth 
Clarkson, 
b. g Jan 1 . 
b, b. 
13 April. 
tret, 
b. -M M 
Ann. b. 4 
April. 

b. 20 April. 
beth, 
b. 1 ') April. 
Th on 

10 April. 
John. 
May. 
n, b. 21 

April. 

\pril 
nder, 



William Hardenbrook, 
Jane Harilenbrook. 

Gideon Harpiir, A 1 i d a 

r.ieck. 
John Van DerBilt, 
Helena Van Der Bilt. 



Abraham P o 1 h e m u s , 
Antje Blank. 



Joseph Odtenbogert, 
Elizabeth Otitenbogert. 



I bun 1 nun, Susannah 

('rum. 
Mary Clarkson. 



Elizabct: 



[ohn V.m Dyck. 



■ I e n , 
1 1 an 1 > 



. R ac h e I e 

■ Jane 



R nrds of tht Rt/ormed Dutch Church in \<u 1'ork. [July, 



A* I " 

Monl 
ii. Th om 

. n. 

II ■■ u I \ \V i 1 

■ .iUVelt, Wil- 

1 la 

velt. 
Blatfvelt. 

Smith. 
Philip Lott, Mary 

K'\l : 

• ■< in. 

J lily n, Jane 

rlv. 

\'.m i ■ 

Mary Smith. 

1 6. ] in ■ - ' I 

roll. 

Arthur Miller, Mar- 

' I 

Anna 

30. Jai irikuni. 

Sarah 

n e t. 
11k. 
Rid 

■1 i r 1 Lawrence, 
Jemim 

• I 
M. Smith, 



KIM 

1 M 

April. 

b. 

3 J i; 

b. .'4 May. 

Abraham, 
May. 

Ann. 
M ly. 

b. 

10 April. 

<i M 

: ill b. 

April. 

\pril. 
M .1 r y, I). 

■•' 

.ret. 

nne, 

M 1 i 
3° ' 

I, b. 

1 I : 

I lannah, b. 

min 
♦ J 



John Monl 

erii k 



Fred- 



Abraha m Westervelt, 
Ryniei 

in P. Lott, Cathe- 

i.uiv 
Tennis Tieboiit, Cathe- 
rina Tieboiit. 



Evert IJancker, Jennet 
th. 

in S n e g e I. E(Te 
.Miller. 

ret Miller. 



John Win B 1 a r i k ti m, 
erine Van Dlari- 
kiim. 
Mart? Uennet. 



of the Rtformtd DulJi Church in New }'ork. [6q 



A' 1786. 



Aug. 6. 



[■7- 



■ as. 
Andrew I'osir ii m, 

her. 
Beekman Van Beii- 
ren, Jiin'., | a 11 e 
Low 

-.1 lilts, Anna 
Van Der Hoeff. 



20. Francis Moore, An- 

natji- i 
j- i I t-ii r \ He o r t s e I e, 

Isaac Montanje, Jiin'. 

Sarah Si tellers. 
Ch ar les Steward, 

iret Anthony. 
Sept. 3. John S i c k e 1 s, Ale- 
; .ilbert. 
Nicholas Morris. 

Leali Mab 
John Fork, Geertrdid. 
Kyckman. 
10. Ural Ward, Racliel 
Brower. 

1 7. Aron A c k e r m a n , 

Rachel Martling. 

William J. Elsworth, 
Ann Van Dolsen. 
24. John I 

Hopper. 
A in 'ii Lin Isey, Abi- 
gail 1 1 
Oct. 1. Thomas Allen, Leti- 
>]|ins. 

B. Nicholas Bogert, 
Alida R i 1 :•• 
James Barret, 

15. Benjamin Romine, 
Mar] 
\Y... Willi- 

mina Mary Whelp. 
18. '1 

1am. 

2 2. W 

III. ill. 

R 1 1 ii .1 r .1 M 



KIN! 
II r II r V, b. 

2 July. 
Hem 

29 J lily. 

Pet e r, b. 

19 July. 

J an 

Elisabeth, 

1>. 1 1 
John. 

Elizabeth, 
1). 1 May. 

Willliatn.b. 
8 Aug 4 . 

J h n, b. 

1 2 Aug*. 

Rachel, b. 

fuly. 

John. 

Barent 
M irtling, 

b. 5 

Ann, b. 
10 

William, b. 

6 Aug' 

1, b. 

20 Jiily. 
Letitia 

James, b. 

Elenor, b. 

n . b. 
20 
r, b. 

"5 

. b. 
1 1 
William, b. 

* 



Hen d rick I lostrdm, 

:riim. 



Peter Win I [otiten, Mary 
Van Houien. 



Isaac Mantanje, Ann 

Montanje. 
John Anthony. 



Peter Cole, Elizabeth 
Cole. 



Mary Martling. 



Illll.lil 

Van - 



John Brower, A n n 
wer. 



•voort, 
l|. ■ <rt. 



I July. 



A* i 

W i 1 1 i a in 1 1 

'•' . ■ U 
Martin. 
iel Law, M u 

Kip. 
:•/. William W 

nali Wliitiicr- 

Jamcs Teller, E 

Nov. 2. William S 



Idiford, Jane 



-. K r - ■ ■ \ \ e Waldron, 

19. Peter Freer, Cornelia 

II. 

1 rwin. 

24. P iter Kip, J .1 11 e 

tjei K 1 p . J a n e 
Bro 1 

wcr. 



I linry Mi ore, ( 'atli- 
Kip. 

! 
26. Ja Mary 

tbeth 
I lent 
[an . Re- 

I 

\ 11 n 

3. I 

\\ 
Ellen 



KINhl 

. I'. 

IQ 

Juililh, l>. 

7 
1 1 iiiiuii, I'. 

'5 I 

Ann M 

b. ., 
:me 

b. 4 
Henry 

ph, b. 

Oct. 
b. 
16 
Hermann^ 

Miiler, 
I). 1 1 
I [em 

Man 

y, b. 
'3 

b, b. 

M a : 

ird, b. 

11. b. 



Van U'iin • 
John Ryker, Jddith Mar- 
tin. 



millje. 
Peter K. Living 

Jun', (ieertMiui Lott 



Bicker. 



Adolph Waldron, • 

s a in ii e 1 Fn er, Sarah 

! 

Elizabeth H.irr . 1 



Henry Kip. 



I lent J 



Henry Kip. 



I k-iirv Kip 



atelina 
lier. 



John Marshalk. 

Iiidith 

irt. 



1 8 9 g 



Records of the Reformed Dutch Chur. \ :n New 1'ork. 



i] us, 
William Brower, Mary 

Marshall:. 
i -. Frederik Sty met 8, 

Ann B 
John Btfsh, Charity 

Piatt 
Simon Remson, M.iri.i 
ia Win Noe- 

mer. 
William A Forbes, 

I'.itherine Van 

Zandt. 
Benjamin B. Wester- 

velt, Sarah D e 

Groot. 
Cortland Van Beiiren, 

Ann (Vessels. 
1 8. Isaac Clasen, Cathe- 
rine .\[athe\vman. 



A ■:■: 

[3°-l 
Jan'. 3. 



S t e p li e n M C C re a, 
M uv Rutgers. 



Robert Benson, Di- 
nah Cowenhoven. 



7. Theodoriis Adrianse, 
< ' a t h e r i n e Van 
Hook. 
Philip Fee, Christina 

John Homeland, Sii- 

Banhah Pierson. 

Abraham Herring, 

.i.eth Ivrrs. 

M. Abraham B re v oort, 

Pamela Diisenburv. 

Doiiwe Talman, Ra- 

rilbert, 

Catbei 

SI. G>: 

lei Kingsland. 
A bra h i 

Elizabeth Penier. 
28. Jacob Gerb ra n tz, 
Jiin'.. Catharine 

John De I.anoy, 
Ann I Idtl 



KINKI- Ks. 

Elizabeth, 

b. 15 Oct. 
A 11 n , b. 

[3 Nov. 
Richard, b. 

n Sept. 
Pet 1 

Jacoblis, b. 
7 Nov. 

John, b. 
14 Nov. 

Catherine, 
b. 7 Oct 
William 

Jones, b. 

23 Nov. 
Catherine 

Rutgers, 
b. 1 6 Nov. 

Catherine, 
b. 8 dec. 
1786. 

Isaac, b. 

1 1 Nov. 

Margaret, 
b. 18 Nov. 

Jemima, b. 

4 Dec. 
Charles, t>. 

28 Nov. 
Ibraham, 
b. -'- 1 
Daniel, b. 

4 I^ec. 
Aletta, b. 

19 Dec. 

ills, 

b. 6 
Sarah, b. 

11 

b. 13 1 

nine, 



vanck. 



Van Noemer, 
Will. 

Jacobus Van Zandt. 



Beekman Van Beuren. 
Catherine Mathewman. 



Nicholas Cowenhoven, 
Doratha LetTerts. 

Isaac Van Hook. 



Jacob Fee, Rebecs . 
Jemimah Hoogland. 



Philip Minthorne, Jonica 
Minthorne. 



William Gilbert, Aletta 
Gilbert. 



ells, Grielje 






I July, 



! (.William \ 

M l i gar et 

ii. 'I 

ihn \ " -i 1 1 I I 

Brown. 

f3'l 

.•5. \\ illiam Hodge, 

Mam 
March 22. Sam del • 

Hannah Bi 

win, Hen- 

S 1 1 lc- r. 
4. Pelei Van I 

6. Leonard B 

.-. 

MarJ 



11. Philip v> 

rini 

II'-; . 

A n 

I '.J' 

Al 1 



KIND EM. 

Mathi 

.• I 

iim, 

I). 1 7 

r , I). 

J o h 1 

10 I 

11 or, 

b. 1 ■ 

Helen. 1. I>. 

: Jan. 

1 1 ' 
Lyd 

I . b 
24 1 

b. 

Law n 

rt, b. 

.•1 Ian' 

1 1 Feb. 

Ii , i>. 

b. 1 ; 

nun, 

Man Ii. 

I in 



.'-•nbiirgh. 



• )i Ibert, Mar- 
I 

■i Dalae n, 



M 

Jane ^cliuilcr. 

William Vai 

ii Van Detfn 



Bogert, Ann 
inck. 



t 
[ohri Sheik, Man 



Jane Ws 



I Records of Ih I - ; 



[3a-] 



Albert Ammerman, 
Apollonia M o n - 

tanje. 
Morris Earl, Cathe- 
rine Berwick. 

i r a h 
ard. 
Amos Freeman, Mar- 
Shflte. 

-M. Tl laa I nes, Mar- 

25. John Van Alst, Jdnf, 
Magdalane Bogert. 

t '.arret De Bow, i 

belli 1 • 
John J 

I l.mn.ih. 
April t. I).ivi>l N. Ackerman, 

Maria Stockholm. 
Steph en Van 

land, K I izabeth 

meter. 



Jan. 
Ann I 

Mary 

QT. 

EK' 

22. Daniel Ritier, 

both Hoogland. 



*9 
ili) 



' 



KIM . 

I - .1 I 

John, b. 

1 ; M 

( !ath< 
b. 1 

Read, 
b. 13 Dec. 
I a me 

I 11 h 11 . b. 

Elizabeth, 

I . b. 
26 Man li. 

1 1. in 
4 March. 

b. 2: 

Man li. 

nun 

b. 5 
Man li. 

12 M 

I " ii 11 . b. 

Jlllll! 

. b. 

Man li. 
M .1 
22 M 






Thorn 

I, 1 

Philip Ki 



Ph. Ph. Livingston, Jdnf, 
Elizabeth Van Ren 

John Van A 1st, Leah 
Van 



Michael Ritter. 

Ackerman, Vrow- 
man. 

belh 



Nicholas X. Ai 
annah Anthonj 



|ohn I 









I I : 



I "4 I luly, 

KIM 

. Diets, Rachel 

hilip, t>. 
Newkirk, Maria I 

Ha II. ir 

April. 

..er. Annalie 
ritbea Simn '•■ ■ | ker. 

• : ine, 
b. 13 ' 
'•! irtin Morrison, Adult. 

Mai y 
I I'- 
'i M iy. 

1 'in 

in. 

M .1 r v E I 

.' May. 

Wri- |). 1 5 April. 

Mr 12 

I 

Maj 
Rachel Rachel. 

18. ■ 



inDemoresl 
hoven. 

< iarret V in 

S ip 



man, < lather- 

1. hi. 

I 

William I. Elsworth. 



I bon 






[34.] 



M .i 

Catharin 1 1 tnnah.b. 

Maj 

h n , I). 

•1 n . 

11. Pete 1 1 • in 

I J 1 1 ; ■ 



Mary Dodghty. 

Roorbai h. 



1899.] '•''•-■ [75 

WEST JERSEY SETT] l 



(Com.. ik 

■i). Edward, of the Whil man. 

Sharp, Anthony (merchant), I 1I1 of Dublin, 

Ireland. 

John, of Aberdeen. Scotland. 

I 

A orshepp, < man. 

iirisi', of Kui • ogham, v. ian. 

Snowden, Urn., of Edvt im, yeoman, 

nry, of Peeter's Alley. Cornhill, London. 
Henry, of Stepney, merchant. 
••, Mahlon, rk, tanner. 

ton, Thomas, ol Upton, Co. of Berks, mall 
Starkey, The, ol ... Ireland, gentleman. 

Steele. Wm., of Cork, Ireland, merchant. 

entleman. 

•r, Win., of ] nan. 

:. of Redrith niner. 

pkins, Edmund, and wife Jane, ol Radway, • '<>. "I Warwick, 
.er. 
■ ;cester, blacksmith Mary. 

I ' ■ • i'LT. 

Trent. Maurice, of Leith, Scotland, merchant. 
Tucker, Richard, ofWaymoul 
merchant. 

r, Robert, ol 
Vanghan, Wra , of I !li rnwel int. 

knee. 
n, carpenter. 

■ takei . 
. of Warwit k. yeoman, 
npp, Richard 
mariner. 

Warner, 1 Imoi terer. 

Walk 

Watson, Willian Id, Nollingh . 

trpenter, 
and v. 

Wilkins, [ohn, ol 



[July, 
1 11 



JAMES PARKER, PRINTER ro Mil. KING'S MOST 
i II l.\ I M All - l\ FOR 1 HI. PROA IV I. NO\ \ 
I 1 3 \KI \. ' >R NEW 1 1 






I \-.. the firsl pi 

' Samuel Parker, born i 

with 

Parker married July 15, :nsta- 

ninent in th 

I irmouth 

■ 

• the publii 

in his em| 

tinued to p " A ( ruid 

n 1747. In 1754 

■ printing 1 

I 

■ iblished in 

- tnith's 

in M 

I him in 1 ; : 

nptroller 

1 



1 899. ] 

also the mail service from N< work 

as a publisher in I 

■ will-, the counti '. Florida, and with 

right that he was .1 mat I rela- 

tively greater importance than a modern publisher <>; 
ant \- n< ral Fie was m u 

. where, at the tim ptain of thi 

of horse. He diil. a Burlington, N J., Jul] .-, 177 II: bodj was 
attended for five miles on its way by a large nut tlemen, and 

met in like manner at Perth Ami to his burial at 

iridge. He was nil man, .it 

in Trinity Chun h, W01 in the 

iv ( 'htm h. 

Hi- w Ibrid [i printii nd i>f 

5 during the Revolution. James Parker married Madam Mary 
lad) rheir only d ughtei 
mam rd. Jr., of Wilmington, Del., who w 

aide to General Washington during the I ry War, and one 

of the signers of the Constitution. 

1 Franklin Parker, their only son, continued the busin 
short time, then sold an rt hen « ir v. 

he became a major in the New Jers i it Wood- 

mber '•. 1779. aged thirty-three years, leaving .1 wife Marv, 

i irkcr family is nearly extinct. Thus I 1 
my illustrious great-great-great-grandfather. 



I III. I \\MII.\ OF REICHEL. 



nn . I'll. I '.. 



ularly 
with the bram h best known, perha| 

u hen 

■■ life in the 
in the 

toil, a 
stitui 
tural 



I -8 .<•/. [July, 

a ith which ' 1. While yet en{ 

wilh ' June ^o. : 

man) three < bildi 

fter Ills in..: klyn, 

where .ill his c hildren were born, and wbi 

■ .ah, which >» i urred in 

Mother and son returned i on entered 

business it t <- r re en ing .. th 

i Chun ii, then on 1 
ninth Street, bet* venth Avenues, « lastet 

le well-know 

been founded t >>■ 
ihattan in 163 ?. is still 

l|inn 

id. mi. is preserved in all its 

ISt< 

G I Au- 

1 1 
ter, by the 1 mung, 

lion t'rdin th 
: ordination from the hands of the 1 

installed over the 1 hurch .u that ; 

mgh- 
line "I de- 
11. m.irv days, and 

■ H lit' Was I ; lie nf 

the Chapters in 1 1 the American Revolu- 

tion 1- n. in.- 

w \m. -ti. boi s . \ . 

N \ ■ 
:... \ N 
iv. < Mnett. born June 1 rt, N Y 

v 1 ti, born I N. Y. ; 

vi. Brocltport, N. "\ 

\ n. 1 1 leport, N.Y. J 

rher lust..' ' family, prior to the tune that 

ilished 
his lit 

■ 

b to .1 fully authen- 
ion ot the m titer, 



i S99. ] '■/• 1 rq 

Nuroburg (or Nurnburg), February 14, [769, ■•■ 
law." Silesia, in 1386. 

In order to properly understand the position of the Reichel family 
in Bresslau, we divide the historj ol the growth of thai cit) into 
periods. The first and second periods are unimportant, and maj 

I with the single reference, relating to tl thai Polish 

v during its continuani d. to 1 163 

\.ii, 1. From 11''; vi' to 1335 \.k. the third 

•it principality. I'nder Duki the second 

independent l>uk t . his father Boleslaus having been the first, I 
were introduced into the country a number of German families who 
had at the lir^t .1. . ompanied I ledw ig, d 

nf Moravia, from Poland to her Silesian home. It is believed thai the 
family of Reichel was ol this number. From 1335 i.d to 1635 \ n . 
the fourth period, Bresslau was ruled li\ Proi 
deshauptleute Primarii) appointed b) the I. 

appears to have been held by VVenceslaus Reichel in 1386. I 
without noting the causes leading to the 1 dan was ruled by 

a City Council (Raths-collegium Senatores) pn 

rate. In 1 ,; ; ; King John of Bohemia limited the num 
this Council to thirty-two members. Many ol the Reichel 
pear to have beei this Council. Their full names, together 

with the term of service of each, tl 

lowever, to reproduce them here. The records in tl 
chives of the City Libi 
that the point is fully assured. 

The n hel is distinctly German. It is sp 

being frequently seen as Reichel] and again R feral manu- 

■ ■n o! Baron < hky-Rei( hell agree no) onl) 

in the spelling of the name with two I's, but in the use also of thi 
fix "von." I'h'' manuscript in the writer's possession alsi 
The " von," however, is spell into the family-name onlj of H 

II anil hi- descendants, and into those of two oul "I ten 1 hildren 
Reichell. Originally, this prefix was used i" describ 
place from whirl) a person , aine ; and, again, ti 

my, as was u Now this ownershi| 

was 1 p. ui ml up with the privileges oi ■• Adel " u In- nobility), and in sui h 

nner thai none "i the Prim ipalit) bul the 
bility, or noble-born, 1 ould own air. I 

u e m i'-. : 

Rei( hel named, and tl 
not used in 

11 hel held undisputabl) 
The p • the privileges of nob 

in hi- 

digenatsbrifj I •• sei ire 

I the nobility to prove thai I 

all tl ' 



i So ■•' "' ff*& ^ ■ [ J u ' v . 

rho tn-lil any 
award 
all hig 

■ 11 — is 
purely des ri[ -t i\ • I I rench 

I 
"the ruler;" and when app "the ruled." 

The K 

ii waived thi 
family motto, bei ause there i ! by the Silesian 

n families of those tim 

The double field •■ ith a lion rampant, bearing a sickle, 

.uul having I I itpla- 

im l>y I hike Henry, « 
I until his • !■ 

blem. 
The h Iver, with th 

irly ( rerman 

Tin • ith. 

d lined « i 1 
i m the field. 

natural colors 



PHILEMON DICKERSON AND SOM1 OF HIS I 






Ik the 1 Ian I, N. Y., there 

i monument • inscription 

n, who, witl 
and John ' ngland and 

in in 1641, 

• ;...m removed 

lescendant of Philemon, Hon 

under 
• iund in The 

The ii- 

ns but 

■ N ' 



■899-1 Philemon Dickerson anc .o. 

John Dickinson were brothers of Phi itement 

is repeated in a one brani h ol N ithai 

cently published in Chicago, wherein the 

back for fourteen generations in England ; but the authenticity of the 

claims of th 

The earliest information we have ol Philen ■• | [ot- 

ten's 't.. New E i 

with w ii. mil m 1V 

10, 1637. The examination of Thomas Paine, ol Wrentom, in Suffolk, 
Weaver, aged 5 years, and Elizabeth, hi with 6 chil- 

dren, i 11. M.irev, Elizabeth, I' irous 

for Salame in New England to inhabitt." 

" May 1 , 11 j Iramton, 

in Suffolk, Hush .:: Im 11 

.irs. with 5 children, Lawrence, Mary, R tmin, and 

es, Fillingham, his ed 48 

and 2 servants, John Kilin and Feleaman Di all desirous 

im in New England and there to inha 

It must be understood that the word " had a 

wider signifit ttion then from th n it. 

The Salem Selectmen's R h day of 

1 2th month, 1638, " I h The im- 

mediately succeeding item is, "Philemon eth the like 

accommodation," and he was granted twenty acres, and al 
meeting Thomas Paine was granted forty acres. At the meel 
5th month, 1639, "Philemon Dickenson is granted foui Rich- 

ard Hutchinson's house. This land is graunted him to make tan pitts & 
to dress goatrs skins ,\ hides web trade if b • il & use thai 

to the purpose the town is to have it returned again to then purp 
This is the first notice of a tannery in Salem. At the meeting .'1st day, 
I Ith month. l'>39, "he is granted thirty Si 

30th day, 3d montl 
on the north side of Ipswich River. In 12th month, 1651, Robert 
Goodell had confirmed to him (8 acres which h 
parties, among them twenty acre: 

He in irried Marj P 
to Salem in the b tme ship will klie or 

Wrentham, 

The early marriage rei 
their marriage is not known. 

On the church rei ■ dates 

are given. The n 

The exact time at which Philemon Dickersoi - uthold is 

not known; but as the fourth ■ J»>y 

18, it is fair to presume I uent to that date, and pi 

165 1, as noted mi th 

He lived on the • ■ 1 . where 

he had a tannery. I Ii 

tthold 

Town B 



i S j PA | |ulv, 

that while only I 

ii'lllit- 

tli.it he ,n the 

Philemon, 
that the [oh 

probal 

I :ll : 

! i will and I 
will and bequeath nnto my beloved wife, 
my li ■ » u s'- and whome loll with all th 

Hutu, that is within the th upland and mi 

with -ill the apurtn tiring her 1 

hood, and after th to my i hildn 

until my wif 

that is within my house. And also mj 
this I . 

to Hi'. 

I one an, I : -.ill is that i 

and n them, 

provided that my « I them during her 

■ then t" be 

which 1 

AN ' my land at Nortl 

to ii.' 

three 

I • ! 
will. 

In ••■ ■ 

Phii 
Witn The m 

In.iin. II 

ii on 

her In: 

^8. 



I S 1 

[ is name does 
in the List of 1675. ["he Southold I 
- a " Bret lotl 
In the " K.v. 

In the en am males and 

, ami this is the nd <>( 

him. In thi 

died at Southold, supposed bj 
n of Philemon, i hereafter to be stated we think this 

hypoth ius, and that Thomas 1 removed from South' 

, and possibl) to Salem County, N. J., where a Dickerson Family 
-in that peril 



1111. VAN ETTEN FAMILY OF ULSTER AND ORANGE 
N I lis, NEW YORK. 






.-.mow Vam 

nty, N. Y., where he resided during th 
nd nearly all the Van Etl • and Chemung counl 

-1 endants. 

■ time hi his death he was the Vredrichter, or [ustice of the 
which office he had held l"r man) yeai He 

1 man 11I gn I unusual educat , and the 

h I, In 1751 he wa of the 

.Mirth, and in 1755 an elder. In his younger days he 
. Iilatksmith, anil he atcumnlai' state, which, by ins 

■ 
lis wife, Anna luring 

her life link- : remarry, with remainder in equal 

1 son and youngest child, Vnthony, 
months aftei 

in the 

nisink 

rved in the militia 

M il pro- 

and in 

n which his 

in. It in |uly, 1 ~-'i I he burned, and 

■ 









[July, 



..er were 



3° 
3«- 



38. 
40. 



ii. Antie', bap. Jan, 1 5. 

iv M 

1761. 

We tl il . 

Patri( k, by « hi in irn ;it 

New Philadelpl 

M three 

i, Katharin ' R. S. Mi ( > 

whi Ion when I: 

T. Lincoln 

il R. \V. Patie 
the < iune. 

a [anu- 

p. Nov. 1 1 . 
x. Thon 

I >■ Til 111 1 I 

death ; ba] 1 780 ; marri 

• 1 ■ irk . A|>. 1 

itrina Van Vliet 



AMERICAN < ' ID INI M. GOVERNORS. 









VIRGIN! \. 

MM. 

n Maria W 
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John Poi is .... . 1 

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Sik John II 1 1 . . . . 1 

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Sir Wii LIAM Hkkki i \ 1 

RlCHAI 1 
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Thom \^. Lord Culpei pi 

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IN 

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Ik \s IS Nil holson 

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Roberi Car i i r 

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Wili i 

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MASSACHUSI I rS. 



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Wili ird 

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Willi \m I!k idford . . 
Thom 

i6 
William Bi 



FiRsi Si hi Charter. 

MM. 

[OHN I 

[OHN Win i HROP 

Thom is Dudley 

I on Haynes 

Henri Vani 

[ohn Win 1 hrop 

ias dudi ey 

Richard Bi i i ingham . . 

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[ohn En 11 

Thom is Dudlki 

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Thom « Dudlei 

Ioiin EnDIi 0T1 

Rll II \KH llll I IN. ,11AM 

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[ohn Levereti 

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Thom is Dudley 



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Richard Bei i ingh \m . 

[ohn i • 

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IN I 7(1 1 

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Sik Henri M 

Cadw 

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LDEN 1771 

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UK 

I 'KIN 1/ 

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I ii rcH. 

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Ai.kii 11 ... 1657 

VNDER D'HlNOYSSA 

English. 

i DHAM I 664 

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k Alrk h 

Eni 

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W'll I I \M M Vkk 11 IM I ''77 

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William Markham* 

BENJ VMIN I I i I, MKK. 



W'll. I [AM I'l NN 



W'n 1 1 am Markham . . 



Pkhi i 
W'll II \M I'knn 



English. 

Andrew II amilton * 

■• The ('"i ni il," 1 i>« u.n 
Shippi •• 

lulls Kv.XNS * 

Charles Gooxin * 

Sik William Keith * 

Proprie 1 \kv. 

John Pknn j 

Rich \kh Pi 1 7 in 

I'hcai ^ Penn ' 

ISH. 



l67 

1690 
169I 



1694 

1699 

1701 

1704 
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Sik Willi \m Kei i h *. . 
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Proprietary. 



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1740 

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1746 

I 
William Denny *. . 



John I'fss *..... 






rjuly. 



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II . " 
James Hamilton, Pi i 

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Thoma 

Inns Pi ■■ 



; I - 

Num lotted from Yale College in the clan 

• Had- 

ble foi 

cilui.a;ic.ii.il use, but 




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In Conneclicul 

make 

: ■ • 

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he age of 

. "I. borne of 

fohn < ..u.lncr. 

il [one, 

ner, borne ye 



1899] Queries. — OSi/uat 

Q\ ERIES 

W her* did < ipl Richard Black, > 

I 

Vermont or New Hampshire. They wen- i, 1 > c 

cember, 1727, at church in Salem Village. War 

llunon. Butler, VI 

( Clinton— \ m 1 1 lie undersigned, who is compiling a work bearing 1 he 

m of [ndependi 

husband of Ann Floyd daughter of General Wil 

m iu have been iden (1 . who u.i- M 

le date and place 01 1 euntie 

(Vredenbnrg) Varick (about 1 

William ■ 1 \ I [anni 

land. I » 1-I1 to know the 
■ 1 Hannah Jones (about Febi rid ilie maiden 

h and Martha know 

where she was 

frank u 11 1 r 

Stafford, Conn., great-great-grandpan V V. 

Liviw ■ — lames Andrew n They 

:veral children ; among litem Dr. John Andrew, M 

l>ella '. 

in New 

in the i I would liki 

anything in r> 
the following, who appi 

I ivingston, a lieutenant in the militia, iv, John I I 
■ hip. 
Betwe< 1 

land. ,1 

subject will be gratefully rt' ■ 

-Information 



1 

and a . 



[ |ulj , 

! • • | 

i legiate Club ol 

- 
April : 

I . I . in 

Mr Howell " le, where he » 

. 
iiuiiiNlen.il wink in 
the cr! 

■ 
edit. n 

I n i - ; . 
Study its 

tribute - "ii 'lie 

»lio frequent tlic Sli 
c 

him. 
I , a member of tlic well ■ 

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I 
wife of llie eminent el He ami 

built the famou in her 

llg in tlic ye.u 

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wiiti ■ view to the restoration of the 
\ ing it : l>ut ilic uncei 
failing health, induced hci to delay d 
endowed the Episcopal ' hui . [nnocenti in 

as a niriiiori.il of a oaughtei who died in Italy, ind wai re in quiet ind uno 

charitable work, and at the same time not negli 
hei position, many memorable entertainments having occurred 11 during 

die t"' ■ which -he » mbei 01 

the Colonial Dames, of the Hugueno 

daughter ami foul sons survive her, the eldest ol whom, Col, Edwin A. Stevens, will 
occupy the spacious family mansion of u. 

well known in tocial and banking 
in this city, <lieil at his home, No, 117 Fifth Avenue, May 1. 1899. Mr. I*urnure 
wa- in his seventy-fourth year, and had been ill for some time 1 Iwing t" ill health 
he retired from business several yeai- ago. He 

ami was exceptionally successful. lie hail .1 banking lnnise.it No, JO Wall 
He was one of the trustees of the M 

with the late Moses 1'ayloi in bu ine \< the time of bis death he was the h 
the banking linn of Lawrence Turnin 

Mr, rurnnrc ■ tnl of Daniel de Tourneur, a Hugu 

to ihis countr) in 1652 from Holland, whither he ha.l fled from his ancestral home, in 
Picardy. Daniel de I 1. ami he ami 

endants have been prominent ever since in 
nure married Mis- Evans, of Albany. SI 
and three sons. The ine, who is married to Majoi [ohn 1 

nited State- Vrmy, and lives in Philadelphia, and \h-- Mary Turnure. Hi- 

lurnure, Jr.. who married a daughter of General R03 
\.. an.l has live I in Cairo, 1 of his health ; 

who married .1 dau I Percy, who is a surgeon at 

the New York Hospital Mr, furnure « of the Metropolitan, 

crane and Downtown dub-, and the st. N rector of the 

.11. the Amei: ind the 

iely. He join. 



BOl IK NOTH 

and M \v Seventh, i 

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A 1 1 1 LAFAYETTE 1 

by Wilbur I H 

' 

of the printer- art, and 
\ Printing II 




f July, 

left at t lie bat' 
to be found in Miu McAlliitei . u. 

their intennti 

ailmir.. 
five (bi 

ln~ life. Ilic volume 

«llc llll I 

. \v. 

uiteil 
f.ir the Mint 

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Many « 

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i ' i . 

I [ow laslj ' rhe tit] 

sketch. 

..ladel- 

plii.i. All these In ' ind ilic 

in a sprightly ami interesti 
cited ii 

mil now, when three 
tlii- multiplied family need< 
pdcr of ilus book the mantle fell upon the 

. 

th true 
impartiality he cites a few 

Thiee ami one-hall to the back i 

then we " speak right out in meetin'," ami exclaim, How long ! oh, how long must 
we supplicate for an 

pplies to tin him, and, after all, ■ 

time-saver. 

intique paper, 
bound in English cloth ; edition linn rinted. 

quid, by 

There are all kinds of publii luated liy 

relijji.. . by philanthropy pun • their 

erature the family history. " I'nult.l for 

aside the offered honors for Family 
I from the expenditure of hi 

-erve what is of hi 
teres! " — and the Wi 

gift presented, not ' to the people of Huntii 
of Huntington's earl) :. who. etc tin-, are scattered 

To him »h> may i 
there is matter to arre-t bis attention, for :•■ 

the Church, l ' Meet- 

11 fully indexed ; an. I when we lay aside this hook we arc tilled with the hope 
that others like it will follow in its wake. 

the an 
(rated 

the lime in thl 
redil 

ing the 
ume w 
the arms in tincture 

- 
super 

the a ll I the three bl 

neatly b 



I o I Sock Not [ I u 1 > . 

the eatlier parti of which 
rcrictl ( rl arc ; 

veil. Acme f, Mor- 

:•• lhan 
the author when he ireful 

'■•r ihe 
- 

.luthor at Philippi, W 
ither. 

lilt K .1 □ 1 win II ! jrt IV.. 

An :nlirl. »ltll .: 

: '<r Benneville, - ylvania 

wink h " In 

ilic i leneral l 

rted in 

■ .'ii the 

tnd built theit ke ami 

mil in 
trial, .ill 
the roluminou 
the auth ii turned their 

mill, thi 

ihroenl of the 

. i ui ihe 

I 

nti ih.it 

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1899.] rge 

the M .line i 
• f this liuok n 

Mc. 

Tmi II 

iwell, with illu 
The T utile 

1 lie modern, fii 

to it. 
\u- the annal 
-.» ith honor in the fiel 

roughly imbned with the true spin' , given it I 

nowing that I 
• worth are thf 

raw, w ith .in 

treatise on the hci Iter upon the 

I I "«cll. A chapter mi thl 1 
i.ikcn from llarleian by Judge James II. Lowell, carries 

the family from William Low 'ershirc, through nine generation! !•> Per- 

rican emigrant, one of the ra 
Willing famil) 

him all the I owells in the body "f the book have 
il the family in the Rei 

from little acorns grow," and from tempts 

lightening oul 
ume, 

i which is tli-- If any there he whi in this 

" If I am a part nf all m) 
theme can he mo prod dm my 

tment ?" lie in whom such sentiments warm the 

part of h 

iand Rowell, ' 

lust who 

gave their set I which 

npiler of this honk, after many years of patient toil, give 

but the 
■ II, and all are 

well indexed. il the author, M.incl ■ 

repaid. 

■•ginning 
with Ihl ; eil at 

■ 

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v rniitneratC'l i 

- 
- 

at $2 cloth ; m 






lings. | |ulv, 1879. 



- 

ibliihei •>( 

niily for nine 
Kent, 
■ 

rrc are 

lier. 

. William 

informa 

- 1 1, in 

e 

government. ' "f ilic 

■ 
of the ■ and iUver, u 

m .1 diair kept 
e lime ; of Ilic dispute! llial agitated ihe I 

■ 

mood, V 

to the en.l 

il well illustrated, .in. I supplied with maps: 

a hand] • iliati 1- usual 



EEDINGS. 

e, tlic member! and their li 
evenin 

\ a% prepared by the 
genera 

At the inert- 
• iccrs " 
F. Hi be, who 

gave a half hour tall. 

ut, and deli- 
few remarks on (lie |niile of birth - lected al that 
meeting 

• 
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the linn. 

" clUt 

I 

;n C 8" ve 
1 1 e was 

hat the 
tepi in public- 



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Cornelius Vanderbilt, a vice-president ol nd a 

member since 1880, died suddenly at his residence in this cit) on 
Tuesday morning, September i -•. 1 899 I le was the eldest son of N illiara 
H. Vanderbilt, and the grandson of the founder of the fam 
known as Commodore Vanderbilt, after whom he was named, and was 
bomonStaten Island, November 27, 1843. He was educated at private 
Is, and al the age of sixteen he commenced business life in the 

. ■ irk city. 1 1 
mained three years, performing the simple duties of a clerk, bul 
ing aptitude for the study of accounts and affairs ol finance. Viler 

pent in the private banking-house of Kissam Brothers I 
appointed to a position in the treasurer's office ol tl v ■• Vork and 
Harlem Railroad Company, from 1867 to [877 he « r, and 

from [877 • president, of the New York and Harlem Rail- 

road. He then became president of the road, which office he continued 
d. On the death of Commodore Vanderbilt, in 1877, Cornelius 
the Ne« \ ■ ■■ ■ H udson Rh er 

Railroad, and took control of the fin nt for 

which his natural abilities and his ten years' experieni e as 
the Harlem eminently fitted him. I ne treasurer of the 

1 entral Railroad Company and of the ' them 

Railway Company : in i879vice-pr< 

1 
father retired in May. [883, from the president y of tl 
tral and Hudson River Railroad Company, the I - Michi- 

m Railway ( Company, and the M 
mil Cornelius and ln^ brother William K 
vii e-presidi it was then i 

under which the president « 

i.iirman of I 
■ 

..I Hudson r 
and of th 
bis bi 

rn Railwa) ' 
During 

sumn 






Cornelius /".■ 







: 
I 

ciliary lin<--, the i - the ( • and 

■ 
and * Mn.ili.i, and the < d, ( lolumbi 

! 
nderbilt familj - tricl supervi- 

■ 

ment, 
Numerous and Iroad 

interests, he nevertheles 
mil < haritable » i 

ml institul 
them 

I II \ 

:"r\ , New York Botanii al • ! 

j^z> /* n ' i ■ ■ Don 

/ 

Church, i • ninary, the 

Ami." I nd, and the Metropolitan Museum ol An. 

Mi \ anderbill ■•■• 
tholoi York 

i nature, he was ' ; 
ad liis at tend. in. e .it .1 meeting of tru 
er institutions had been as hiitlifnl 

I his many publii I 
le building erei ted for Yale University as a memorial 
o ; the handsome librai 

SIOO,- 

ooo fi ntly with his mother he 

. fully equipped th 

ited painting ol the " ! I 

derbill 

'. how tmn h they 
■ hurcb, 

that th 

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i 

. but 



i899>] 






rarely so mu< h so .is in this instant \ tlth, ( hiefly 

derived from and employed in enterprise: 

nspicuous figure, wh tti 
and mode of life may be. But thouj lerbilt could not wl 

avoid the natural consequences ol his position, it is true not only that 
he «i> a singularly modest man, but tli.it m 

nized as one ol his essenti J chat I 

impressive testimony to liis absolute sincerity. His lil arily 

open to observation, but he n FHicted with 1 notorietj which 

would have been repulsive to him. Bj vii 1 and 

simplicity of nature he was enabled to pursue the path which hi 

n undeviatingly, and tor the most part silently. 
" That path was the straight path of duty, as he 1 onstrued hi- duty. 
It »a- 1 v< r\ strict construction which he put upon his responsibi 
Until he was disabled by the malady whi< h re. urred with a fatal result 

day morning, then ij a private in the vast army ol 

subordinates who worked so many hout n the 

fo a man rd for personal int< 

h magnitude might seem a more than suffi Mr. Van- 

derb: ird on his 1 

the management of prn more than that, He 

had a profound sense ol his obligate and per- 

haps not ' hiefly, for tho id in a pi 1, but 

for the unknown thousands to whom in .1 spei ial degl 
the name and the pow< lily. Il^ m vi 1 willingly deli 

rs an authority which he thought it might be 
himself would exercise ; and tern, perhaps from an ext 

vie" I -ks which ill. in in Ins 

situation would h If such lahors had been the whi 

his burden, he might have borne it safely, but 
even the larger part of it. Mr. Vanderbilt's solicitude fo 

! far beyond the requirements ol prudent admi 
lion. II w is ■ irnestly desirous ol using his wraith and the infl 
whi< li it gave him for t permanent ■■ 

low 11 uent contributor of money to publii 

which commanded his respect, ind his private bem 
stant, but he could not satisfy his conscience l>\ thi 
drawing a ( he' k. He felt impelled mid and heart, hi 

in- very life into multifarious undi 1 
nefit of other-. The m tny instil . : 

ad van 1 ll trj would 

indeed it did ill his eai 

the volunl u 
and strength anil opportun 
ilth." 
The I 
frontispiei e to this nut 

admired, while tl 



200 

I III. SMI I HS "I N VSS VI J( IHN SMI1 II. !<<»( K 
By 



In Persian legend, the leathern apn . the might; 

a ith gold ; 

: i ivilization, tin- iron- 
worker, the -.mitli ' i-, tin- r u 1 i r ! _ 
that their names from tl 
Smith. S< hmidt, I - the > ommi 

ieir variatioi 
when the farrier, 
the iron-smith. ' 

ii old chron I [ohn Smith issui 

. explorers and " 
■ -hearted, i d the 

embryo nation, than th( ailed. II in no 

th us. 

■ 

- 

tnithsand the Bull S 
full to prevent tiuir • 
nded with 

1 indl by turn ol mark, their children mak; 
the line. ol Colonel William Smith ol the M 
I i e "i the Pr< 

island, in Queens, and more partii ularlj in the 

families ol Smith 

them are th Herricks (naming them from their tlr>i 

l ! iic h, in thi 

i i nderhill, whose mother 

n the next . 
with 1 ' 

■ I 
I 

) the 

Smith 



1899.] 

"Mi Gili m-in-law," and •-till another, 

John Smith, Rock, who was, in famili 11 Ro< k John." 

The above suffix " nan," as usually ab led the 

students ol Long Island records, bul is not this, al I nable 

hypothesis? "Nantr"is in old English word applied to precipitous 
hills, particularly to the cliffs of Snowdon and other mountains in 
w As the two Long Island men from Halifax and from (i.ik- 

ham wrote their names, "Jonas Wood, Hal.," and 
0.1k.." m iv not this John Smith by "nan" have indicated his own 
birth), 1 

In " VVeighl Smith," the w t -i - li t 1-. .1 modern and false readin 
Puritan forename "Wait," in full, " Wait-still-for-the-grace-ol God," 
in several generations ol th John Smith, "t 

t, earliest known ol the name on Long Island, and killed ii 
Indian massacre of 1648. He was the brothei ol Mr. Ri< hard Smith, 
inton, "amo tie Inhabitant and prim man" 

if, who, says Roger Williams, " for h God left fail 

tershire and adventured with his relations 
mil." There 1- strong presumptive evident e that \\ illiam 
" ol Glochestersl r ol the familj at Herricks,* was 

their brother. 

But John Smith, Rock, was a man larked, of influ- 

1 and women, for 
wrote theii mily is still proud 

Smiths. The adoption, although not the 
explains in 
wherein "John Smith, Junior," gives his age as sixty, and 
that wink- living in Stamford he " was 1 ailed R01 k John, for distini tion." 
This 1 imption that the n 

mlder ol Manh iss< ' nol pro 

l he name wa by his inflexible n 

I leads one along the p 
I nd settlement, tra< ing thereb) 

iglish Puritans who finally found opportunity 
thought within the bounds of the liberal V » \ derlandt. In the 
1630, when the ship Arabella dropped anchor in M 

\ is with Winthrop, Sir Rii hard Salt npany 

a few miles up the Charles River, founding In 

Smith was then I '• his 

wife Is 

but b) '■ , tne 

westward. I 
y's prophi • 
lands of the Conne< ti< nt Vail 

te river, they had 1 hankerii - 1 it." and impelled by 

the theologii al disp ites whii h wen 

nt. this little pari 
found, rs of l d through I 

their number founded Wethersfield, 
M 19, 1635, that they had i 



■ 



202 Tk4 Smiths of [Oct., 

nnant in this Rivet 
:., at Winds ml at 

i In- lirM written < onstitution 
ment. Bui ii n 
m church at Wethersfield "fell into un 

the site where New Haven was establishii 

Mr. I lavenport, tl pari of the • !hun h ol 

rsfield »as imlui ed to mo> 

vliiih thai colony had bought "t the Indians I Rip- 
The next >-| <rii_ 

'. tor plain 
m " had grown like wampum hard and 
yellow," when thi crimson cloak and thi 

warmly ho winter in their well-banked 

in the dh 1641, 

Smith. S. 

hn Smith. I: 

th, of 

and 1 rumbling, and the 
ndaunted men is not written then 

manlv 

In 1 '■ : ;. \l 1 Richard Denton, thi 
ome with them from VVatertown, with 

polity. Land « 1 Indians <>n the north sii 

Island 

ntations the I hitc h hai 

within 

three years, until in i'm? •' division "i land 

Vm : Smith, 

nd, or in - 
7, when thi an inn li< 

only t" tl" 

to him in this u 
■ liink and 

hal it 
plai <■•" In 

1 1 Smith, k"< k. 



Nt"\ James Ashton ■m,i Othn Prominent R. I. ISa;. 

Gentleman." In that simple pastoral In- 
line- between the yeoman and the gent I e plain planter up< 
few acres was niton the -< ion ol a knight 

and more, the sons and daughters in record d ed"Rock," 

and the old house at Merricks, on the south > i 1 1 c , buill 1>\ Ro< k-John's 
son Joseph, the birthplace of seven -till known 

as the Roc k-Smith House. 

John Smith. I touse-Iot at Stamford, was doubtless 

alrcadv married. His wife was a daughter ol Lieutenant John Strick- 
land, who .'. man "t w it< rtown, the 
grantee of the "Homestall, 16, A," a ju n the 
militia. He was one of those who went from > thers- 
field, to Stamford, and, finallj 
while on Strickland's Plain. [*oo little remains ol the personal I 

n It is probably impossible to learn an) i 
their 
but in the too rapid disintegration "i \ 

rve every str.iv thread ol tradition and of written fact, until they 
may be woven into the strong cable binding the Present to tl 



REV. JAMES VSHTON VND OTHER PROMINEN1 RHOD1 

[SI \M> B M'lisrs AMONG THE I Ik- l SE MM 
I u MONMOl I II COl NTY, NEW JERS1 \ 






Kt v. I \mi - Ash rON » 
dletown, Monmouth County, N I 

in and wife there ; in \<><>- hi 
j.ur. hasers, and in 1670 he 1 
there 

icks He 1 mi to Middletown 1 

frequent!} m 

in the government 

i I 

from Midd 
held at Elizabethtown I 

i : 

landei 

tdrs of the I 



I R I. Bapi 

land th n in- had b 

liams his interest in IV nd. In t li.it 

re alluded ti i the Rev. i 

•in. iii the ( 'iiuri li .11 1 1 
}i '1 \]|iun thcin in ' Chun h." July 27, 1640, 1 

llll-lll. 

'• 
'■r himself and thirty-fh ituated at « 

k (.in abbre\ iatio 
: < >r Mr. VVinthrop ro ords ii 
that I set upon the English »ln> dwelt under the D 

and killed "such ol Mr. rtirockmorton's and Mr. CornhiU's families 

:ii back to R In 

in Pro\ idi nted .1 house and l.iml 

is deputy to the Rhode Island Genei 1 ;. 1665, 

1670, 1671, 167a, 167 5,1675 11 

M iddletow n, \ I . 
gone probably on .1 visit to his children. Hi 

l but never pei I hough 

l rhrockraorton I 
from rhroi kmerton, whii h is situated in the val l im, in War- 

lord of lis 

Eighth 
in de kmorton, 1 

N 

by the 
J I John I hroi kmorton 's da 
[ 
l 1 Lshton. Thej 

■ Ii tl on land in I 
ther, d until his death," ac< ording to old 

i 1 
He was th 

N wport, 
R. I. Jonathan I lolm I le married 

Rebekah I him kraorti w 
firsl wife he had: i. Jonathan, who never married, and died 17. j8 ; ii. 
. who man Bowne ; and 1>\ second wifi 

Holmes, born i:- - o. married (1745) Mar) Stoul ; w s.ir.ili 
Holmes, married Throckmoi , born 

tekah, in ir- 
1 . born Januarj > -. 17 -•-•. 

1 I of Jon uii in II" 1, 

mentions s< 11 

I im Thrui k- 

d granddauj 1 l lolmes I 1 H 

I [is 
will 1. -;\ beloved 

indred pounds, and hi 
pounds i" the lt.i|>n^ - Middletown. 



1899- ] I ■•"■ '•'' ' '•'" Deusen Family in Amen i 

Peter Bowne's \wll was probated Septembei -■;. 1773. fa it he 
mentions sons Joseph, Jonathan, two daughters, and Lydia. Hi 
i.m Bowne married Hannah, daughter oi John Pettinger, 

ol Monmouth unl iei N. J.; " 

I ■ I [istoiy of Monmouth Cou 

Town Records; w nton, n I . Family Record 

Kliode Island Genealogical Diction 



THE EARLY GENERATIONS OF THE VAN DEUSEN 
FAMILY IN VMERICA. 



By L. Ha 



(Continued from Vol. XXX . p, 158, ol 1 R 

83. Joannes Van Deusen, eldest son of Robert Teuwis V.m Deusen : m. 
Aug. 16, 1712, Christina Van Alen, ami their children « 
235. i. Robert, bp. Sept. 27. 1713. 
ii. Elbertje, bp. May 8, 171 5. 
iii. Elbertje, bp. Dec. 16, 17 in. 

238. iv. Catharina, bp. Aug. 20, 1720. 

239. v. Maria, bp. May 3, 17-':. 

85. Marten Van Deusen, son ..1 Robert Teuwis Van Deusen; m. El- 
bertje , and their child was : 

i. Robert, bp. 1722; sp., Robert Van Deusen. Hilletje Rel 

86. Tobias Van Deusen, son of Robert Teuwis Van Deusen; m. Ari- 
antje , and their children were : 

>4 1 . i. Robert, bp. Feb. 12,1726; sp., Robert Van Deusen, Geertrny 

Van Deusen : m. Catherine Van Alen. 
24:. ii. Ariaentje, bp. Feb. 9, 1734 : sp., C. Muller, R. Muller. 

87. Robert Robertsen Van Deusen, it Teuwis Van Deusen ; 
in. Nov. 22, 1724, Christina Roorpagh (Koorbach), and their children 
were : 

243. i. Robert, bp. 172- ; m. 1750. Christina Ham. 

244. ii. Cornelia, bp. 1727, died \ 

iii. Johannes, bp. 1729; m. ■ ich. 

iv. Jacob 1 1 
30, ; 

beth Smith. 1 I 

and friend, Robert 1 hompson Van 
Edwin II M.D., and I ■ nthia Ann 

dovi 

formation : Ins brani h 

placed at in 
147. V. < 'ornena, bp, 1 735 . m. 1758, Ti '. , '■ 

248. vi. Martin, bp. 1737; m. " "' 

249. vii. Barent, bp 1-40; m. 1761 

250. viii. Christina, bp. 1742; m. 17I 

251. ix. Tobias, bp. 1748 ; in. 1772, Hani 



206 •.*«/" the l\i: [Oct, 

men ; m. fune :, 
1716, Engeltie Sli nd their children wei 

1717 ; 111. April Mamie 

\\ nine. 

. bp. April 1.;. 1719J in. A; .ryntje 

ron. 
109. Jsj.ic Van /> ■ Abraham | in Deuaen, • 

after his settlemcn: 

u the 
■ the family, m. Jan. 1 - Bnrghaxdt, dan. 

ithern 
Iren were : 
i. Jemima 10, 1730; d. July 11. 1-74: m. K 

\.m 1 luw ■ : i\t k ami Al I 

an.l I in van II'. 

•Ii ins brother-in- M inuit, 

in the mi' Dutch Wesi India < om| 

1 ■ - . '' ' '• '73 s 

in. b. M ui b 4, 1 733 ; ~i : m. ! 

the lai i-ldest ' 

D tree.) 
Feb. 4. 1 

! 

beck. 

, ; .1. Man 

I 181 2 ; m. ' 

tailed Van 
I leusen, within ll 

! dwin M.irlin \ ' a 1 1 I 

null, winch 

hurch 

in V 

April 
: d, 1 ena Van 

'■ J r -i 

in. Matthi 

Van '■ 
iv. Matthi 

Ma\ 



1899-] Early Gtntrations of th« Win Dtusen / rica. 207 

266. i. Jacob, bp. Aug. 1, 1-:-; sp., lehje Uyten- 

bogert, widow of Jacob Van D 

ii. I.vntje. bp. Sept. II, 1725 : sp., Johs NeeJlje 

Van 1 'eursen. 

268. iii. Aeltje, bp. June 13, 1731; sp., Malheus Vai Aelije 

Van Deurssen, widow. 

269. iv. Annatje, bp. Jan. 20, 1-34: sp., Jacob Van Deursen, M 

Ten B ilips. 

270. v. Jannetie Cbp. Aug, 19, 1736 ; sp. Jr., 

- 1 r \ ntje Van 1 1 

171, vi. Tryntje (Maria Ten Hi lips. 

172. vii. Jacob, bp. Feb. 24. 1738 ; sp., Johannes Poulusse, Aeltje Van 

Deui- nur.i. 

viii. Gysbert, bp. Nov. 4, 1739; sp., Johai Aeliie 

Van Deusi 1 Misnard. 

2-4. ix. Annatje, bp. April 14, 1712 ; - Misnard, Aeli 

Deusscn, his wile. 
123. Mattheus Van Deusi n, son of Isaac Teuwis Van Deusen ; m. Rachel 

, and their child w 

175. i. Una. bp. Jan. -• 1 . >7)i ; m. N Hun. 

126. Cornelis Andriese Van Deusen, son ol Isaai feuwis Van Deusen ; 
m. Lea Ostrander, and their children were : 

i. Arent. b. Pec. 28, 1 "o ; prob. in. Feb. -' ;. 1777, Margarita 

McCloud. 
ii. Geertruy. b. Feb. 4, '753; prob. m. Nov. -•;. 1770, Fran- 
ciscus Marshall. 
278. iii. Wilhelmus, b. Dec 3. 1758; prob. m. Rachel Pieterse. 

iv. lannetie. b. Dec. 1 .18, 17S5, Petrus 

135. Isaac Van Deusen, son of Abraham (Isaacs) Van Deusen ; m. April 
5, 1713, Anna Waldron, dau. of Daniel Waldron ami Sara Rutgers Van 
■lyk, and their children ■ 
280. i. Annetje, bp. Ian. 14, 1714 ; sp., Abraham Van Deurse, An- 
natje, his wife. 
ii. Abraham, bp. March 4, 1715; sp., Abraham Nan Deurse, 
Ann urse. 

1 iham Van Deursi 
11, Sr. : in. 1 I lartje. 

ii< k Willemse, Anna Van 
I '- urs . in- *<--r. 

284. v. Abraham, bp. [an. Maria 

(Waldron) Will. ■ 

285. vi. '-ara, bp. Nov. 15, i7--i ; sp.. 

Burger. 

286. vii. Isaac, bp. June 2, 1723 : -p., I- I 

viii. Maria, bp. Nov. 11, 1-21 ; sp.. Gerril I Maria 

WilU ■ 
2 88. Abrah mi Van 1 1 

en. 
138. [acol [one 

14. 

•■ 



tmil\ in America. |< >et., 

m, bp. Jan. h 

I 
bp. April 30, 17a! ; a V hi I '' 

Neeltje 
Van I 

Abraham V 
Annatje Van I leursen, his wife. 

Aeltje 

bp, June 19, 1 ■-■ ■ ham Van 1 1 

vii. Annatje, bp. Jan. n, ij Maria 

I. in Van Aarnem, Aeltje \'an 

K 

1 latha- 
ursen. 

en ; m. 
June 1 . rlinthorne, and their chil 

Philip Menthon 
, nek. 
Men, Hilli 
Menth 

300. iii. Catharina, bp. In • tn Gelder, 

301. iv. i p April 11 Philip Minthorn, Annatje 

302. v. G March n, 1733; sp., [ohannes Mini 

Minthorne; prob, m. Nov. im Knicke- 

i.pr. 

303. \i. (ohannes, bp. Maj p., |ohn Man, Jr., Anna Min- 

304. vii. I is Man, Elii 

Van 1 Man. 

305. bp. Man h 1, 17 innetie 

306. ix. i nnes Minthorne, Jannetie 

■ I ppan 

, dau. nf i 

Wiherech, 

308. 

wife. 
bp. NOV, 1 '. wile. 



l8 99-] "g- 209 



ERVING. 



These r 1 buted by I V I Pruj n 

tun churches, »ii . 01.1 S 



ClTV REGIS1 BAR'S <Miii. 



• 



17.5. Dec. 1. John Erwin to Abigail Philips, by B 

15. James Bowdoin 1 < > Elizabeth Erving, by Rev. Sam. 

Co<M 

1749, Dec. 14. Henry Erving to Elizabeth Ke/zer, by Rev. Win. 

-eed. 
1789, Feh. 11. John Erving to Mary Lewis, by Rev. Peter Thacher. 
Inly 1. James Erving to Lydia Blake, by Rev. Saml. v. 
\l n 28. Stephen Vail and Susanna Erving, by Rev. 
Stillman. 

1768, Oct. 25. George Erving to Lucy Winslow, by Mr. Addams. 

On Registrar, Boston, M iss -tin Rbpori oi thi 

d Commissioners (Documeni 43-1894.) 

1- 1 800. 

Page 16. Abigail, daughter of John Phillips and Mary, his wife ; born 

_*<> April, 1702. 
181. John, son of John and Abigail Erving; born 2'> Jan., 
19;. Abigail, daughter of John .111. 1 Abigail Erving; born 1'' 

May, 1729. 
197. Mary, daughter of John and Abigail Erving; boi 

June, 1730. 
202. Elizabeth, daughter of John an. I Abigail Erving : born it 

1 731. 
21a. Abigail, daughter "f John and Abigail Erving; born 17 

'733- 
216. William, son of John and Abigail En 
■73*. 

of John and Abigail En 1 

240. Ann", daughter ol 
1740. 

318. m 15 



2IO [Oct, 



:. 

I Shirley, 

both • 

" i . 8. Will; i 

.■ 
1755, June 5. 1 1 Harriet Shirley, 

Maria Cathai 

1" ith 
~4. '775» I'i"- 

both 
<v . iSjo, April 6. Edward En 

40. trd and 

"I . -. June 

I . : Hit. 

|i)lm 

William 
Shir m, and 

I larriet Temple. 

114 i 1 5 . 1 

John 

John 1 

Hut' nmp- 

eth 1 liit> Inn 
' * 1 90. 

Mr. Trout- 
John 
William Kr.i.ti, and 

Win. - I 



1899- ] 2 I l 

Page 52. 17 Lucj Ervii ieorge Erving, aged 

20 ) 
70. 179I1 May 30. Major William 

53. 1771. April 1. Monday in 1 ;i, 11 

n 1. Minister; Silv. Gardner an.l 
Gilbt. Deblois, '■■'■ 
William SI leral in 

1 lis Majesty's Army, ag< 

Crrv Registrar's Offk 

RECORDS OP TRINITY CHURCH, BOSTON. — MA! 

Page 75. 1785, Sept. .'4. John Erving, jr.. to Vnn Sheafe. 
76. 1786, Dec. 26. Shirlej 

•■I 1 v 1 m ki n 

Page 32. 1 7 <"' 4 , Sept. 20. William Erving. 
28. 1760, July 5. Abigail Ei 
45. 1772, Nov. 14. William, youngest son of Col. Erving, 

aged ;. 
103. 1 791, June 5. William, son of John Hiving, aged 10 

months. 
1 10. 1793, Aug. 18. Wm. V n of John Erving, aged 

one yr. 
151. 1813, July to. I 1 55. 

Page 64. 1757, Nov. 20. John Erving, son of John and Maria. 
" 66. 1758, Nov. 23. Shirley 1 f fohn and Maria. 

70. i860, April 20. Abigail Erving, dan. of |ohn and Maria. 
80. 1764, Jan. 29. William Erving, son of |ohn and Maria. 

6. William, son of fohn Erving, jr., and 
Maria Shirley, Ins wife. 
" 57. 1755. Aug. 17. Maria Catharine, dan. of John and 

I'.r 
" 109. 1770, Sept. 2. Abigail, dan 

wife. 
220. 1781, Nov. 13. Elizal Lenne- 

1'. B., by I zabeth Magg uer, his 

May 1. John, 

Win. 
1 1 
uo. 1790, Oct. 26. Mr. Erving and « 

•' 345. 1- ,1. May 2. Wm. 

Mary Coffin, hi Dr. 

nd wife. 1 1 
bet- 1. 



J I 2 

I 

: M r. 
I . ( loffin, Mr. Erving and h 
A.ug. 24. William Wetm< ire, 

Mr. 

3.8. 1787, Dec. ?j. M . trine Shirle; 

I Ann Sheafe 
Mr. Ho oiler, 

Mi 
•• 319, 1789 Mar. 13. Mr. Erving • Smith 

■ph. 

rving, jr.. by Ann 

Mr. ind M 

■• 498. 1805, Sep!. 1. M.m \ |ohn and Mary Irving. 

\ Mar] Turner, 

nson, and John 1 1 

rl. 

Mary 
M I 

and wife, Mrs. < 

1PTION ON GRAVI I"V. 

U I 

■'. Hon. 
. died Tune 
" Miss M tay 1 8th, 1 -• 1 

" William 

RE( HON. 

\ 

1741, bapt. 22 I u 1 > . 

1761, Phinehai I ii^Ucr. who 
d. July . had: 

ii, Parthen 

in I in Nc» 

M 
1 be Marjr 



1 Records of t!.< 2 \ \ 



RECORDS ()!•' THE REFORMED DUTCH I III RCH IN Mil 
CI IV OF NEW YORK.— Bapti 



(Continued from Vol. XXX 



June 24. 



July 



John Van Hod ten, 

Elina Van 1 1 
William Van Wert. 

1 »cb( 'i 1I1 Pa 
James Kip, 
Wrighttnan. 

Ann 
gier. 
8. John Wilson, Cather- 
1 >bson. 

Van Dyk, Cath- 
erine Faes< 

Abraham Van 
kiim, Sarah 
[ 5. Aiitliniiv Post, Petro- 
nella Brower. 

- 
Jun;, Ann fleer- 
mam 
11. Samtiel Dalamatar, 
ih Van Det 

Sarah 

Ogelbie. 



John Iiiims, J a a ■ M 

14 J line. 







KIM ! 




Iielh, 




b. 51 May. 




William, b. 




1 \\.i\. 








:- May. 




Ann. 






: ' a c h , 






I line. 




r. b. 


James Van 


28 June. 


Van D 


Mai 


1 


^0 June. 


rave. 


A n n , b. 




1 (j J line. 






nee. 


1 ]iine. 




Garret, b. 




8 July. 




j li 11 . b. 


M.IIL 


1 7 April, 





f 35 1 






22. 


Joseph I •■ • 










a 1. 


! ! :. . Eliza- 


ibeth, 




beth 1 


b. 11 J lily. 




A 






Mai 


March. 


ig. 8. 




All.!'. 




en. 


30 July. 


1 :. 


Martin M 








. . 




; 


' 










: 








1 July. 



cretia 



nnah Van A 












30. H 

1 1 

■ 






1 1. in' 

Mar- 

'. 

I 



\V i 1 1 i a in 

Wal- 
19 \ 






' 



tharine 

koe. 
.ee. 

•.cc. 



Kip. 












Recore 

A* i ~ 



7. John II 

irikum. 
Benjamin Archtfr, 

.,, Ann 
nter. 

. 

14. Richard 

Mill. 
1 I . I i 

beth R 

nelia Van I '■ 
22. Abrahan 

tharine 

28. !■ 

Nov. 4. William 

< I c r. 
Rich ard M 

8. O 

Ann D 11 r l . 



[38. J 



|8. 



.ine. 

Simon 1 

inje. 

HannahV u 

'.J tin-., 



ill. 




















Han 




1 [an., 





n 

Van 

B. De P 

Will 

10 I 1 
b. 8 

b. 10 \ 






\nnalje 
[annah 

Wint. 



[i i Rtcords of the Re/ '-. in Xnt 



■ 

la; 

dwer, 



John \ '.Hi 

1 1.. i! e ii, 

■ rams. 
■!. Jane 






Jan 

F i 



I ! 
.- \ 

ii, b. 
Pcler, b. 20 

M .1 r g 

I'. 1 

ii in, 

: N 



o, 1>. 

M .1 1 ■ 

in, l>. 
1 1 Nov. 

n n.ili, 
!>. 1 1 

M.ir- 
tin. 



V*i nk. 






-mith. 



Fredci I ,Mar- 



■ in the 
' 

r. Ni- 
na 

.1 bet h 

kii:. 



1899-] Records of th< : 



2 1 



A 17-7 KIM 

M.iv 30, I imes 'A ! > i Mar- 

Ann 1 I I !' retta, 1>. 



Dec. 16, David I.isk, Marj 
Vandei 

17. John I. Roosevelt, 
Mar) Schtiiler. 

[40.] 

31. John Sheik, Mary 
Van Denbergh. 
A 1 

ihn Crolids, Jdn'., 
Jane Morgan. 
John Oothodt, 
dalane Van De 
Water. 

Gcr 

Taikir. 
William E. Coiien- 
hoven. Susannah 
■ 'irth. 
13. John Decleu, Sarah 

i.y. 
20. Francis Marschalk, 
ih Biitler. 

VValter Heyer, Mary 
Van Antwerp, 

Philip Ph. : 



kman, 

25. Joseph Bodn hell, El- 
enor Van Gennep. 



. M irj 
M »re. 

Ammcrman, 

[41.] 

John 

nsin. 



Cath 
b.26 

Ann, 



fohnl ■ 

b. 2s 

fohn, b, 6 

1 beth, 

b. ] 

Ann, b. -' 1 
Nov, 



Elizabeth William De 

' I 

\ 1 . 1 1 ] 1 1 1 
\im.i Vandei 



1 



I talamater, Han- 
nah ! 



William Van 



Petei Barre. 



Brow- 

. Mar- 
t,b.3o 



Dec. 

Anna. 

.1786. 
b. 

Mari ii 
arin 

1). 13 



vanck. 



Philip II 
Catherine 
erine 



Jonath Sarah 

miu 3, 



Sarah, b. 



.' 









111. 



ler. 



iristina 



Altje 
Van I lotSten. 

in, b. 

Striker. 10 I 

her faith 
n. J 






[**>] 



■'■II. 



■ n l'.vra, 
I 

I 
untjc Hiigert. 






km, b. 

'7 I 



John I I '., [anc 

;or. 



'h 11 

vv« 












Esther 



v raham 






Mary 



■ 






A" I" 

Francis i 

|.Ul . 

9. John Brower, Cath- 

erii. 

M.11 \ Biissing. 
May 4. Richard 

beth I [ale. 
18. John Verkey, Cath- 

erin 
li'lm Taylor, 1 1 

Andrew Van 1 1 

II. in: 
holm. 



[43-] 



1 r n . 

Jacob Mori s, Marj 
Riper. 

20. Thomas Gray, Mar- 
garit Van Zandt. 

Jedediah Waterman, 

Joanna Van Zandt. 

Van Zandt, 
beth V a n 

23. William Vreden- 
i, Margaret 
iner. 



James Miller, 
erine Miserol. 
30. Jacob Harsin, Cath- 
erine Cosine. 
Jdne 6. Jai 1 hard, 

Margaret D e 
ter. 

r ea , 
Mar' 

■ 
J tin'., 
1 5. I lonald Mi I 

Wil 

beth I 



in, b. 
1>. 

ir> \ 

1 M 
im, b. 

6 April. 

-'-' April. 
ret, b. 

John. I). 



Richai 
1 2 April. 

March, 
is, b. 
May, 

Maria. b. 
24 Dec, 

Jane, b, 29 

March. 

b. 

1 li a ni 

' 1 ker- 

hoff, b. 

b. 27 
ch, 

. 1 1. 28 
April. 
A n ii 

Beekn. 
14 M 

I 






ni Westervelt. 

indt. 

Tobias Van Zandt. 



John 

i.er. 






Ann 



Mar- 
terton. 



\rmtd l'w.K 1 









July 



John Van Orden, 
. De 
Moi 

■ 

'•rtnan, 

Mar} I 

erine 
Sam del Sni • 



|"hn I 

■ 

• Kip. 



»'< . Kip, Mar- 
• : .1 Horn- 

. Ann 

lett. 

Aim Barl 

B. I! 

10. John W 



Brown , 









M in 
Waldron. 

:z, Jane 
• irk. 



I i 

2 J line. 



Marj 

by, b. n 

April. 

May. 
I [am 
i 1 1. 

Bart hoi- 

I: 

b. 30 

June. 
ll.mi'-t, b. 

• n .1 h 

Vpril. 

'line. 

,: I. b. 

1 j I une, 

27 ! 

b. 

b. 16 
Jdly. 
, b.13 



|ane, 

b. -■; 






rman, 



Mar y 

ites, 
I 






f ohn 



|ohn Vredenbdrgh. 



11, S .1 r a li 

Ml. 



1899-] Records of the I 



Jacob Dortmiis, 
M i m e J V a n 
1 1 ilten. 
2\. Resolve Waldron, 
Elizabet Godwin. 

L e w is Andre w 
Gaiitier, Jiin' . Mai 
garit Elsworth. 

Jacob Garbrantz, 
Jtin'., Catherine 
Halloway. 
ob Brown, Mary 
Dubois. 

Maurice Earle, 
erine Berwick. 



(Jarrel De Bow, Eliza- 
beth Datten. 
*5, Pel i Mmmons, Catli- 
erine Bogert. 

>rge Beekman, 
nil 'ulnae. 

29. fames \ r an Blaricum, 

Sarah Pels. 
31. [ohn Johnson 

tiana De Groot. 
George Ward, Anna 
ion. 

[46.] 

Sept. 6. Abraham L. Smith, 
Diana Duickinck. 
14. James Van Dyck, 
Sopl 
!>.-. MarJ 

J: .1! 

19. Tl 

Cat her in 1 In 
Eyck. 
Thomas B. At ■ 

20. Peter W y 1 

iacken- 

11, Isaai Vat 



KIM 

fohn 

Abraham 
Godwin, 

b. I .' 

John 

neliiis b. 

19 April. 

[acob, li. i\ 

July. 

MaiV, b. 19 

in a s 
\ eeden- 
btirgh, b. 
30 June. 

[ohn, b. 28 

" July. 

Sarah 

Mary, b. 26 
M arch, 

Rachel, b. 

- Aug. 
fohn, b. 30 

(lilv. 

Zillah.b, 11 

July. 



b. 1 1 
' Aug. 
,b. is 

r, b. 

■ I, b. 
(6 June, 

AnnaMaria, 
b. 13 [an., 

[uni 



Francis Elsworth, 
.man. 

Jacob < ierbrantz. 



Mar- 



Hern .C'alh 

erine Beeknun. 



Duickinck, 

Anna Duickinck. 






• 



A* i 

\ 

Wi . I i n, 

erin'e Brown. 



[47-] 



■ VVheaton. 



Wil 

1 1 inn 

\iin 

i j. W i H 

1 'linn. 

Martha K 

ter. 
\ 






i 



b. 1 1 

l>. 
belli 

20 

I ' ■ i. 



Ann II 

■ 



• 






JulmV. Roome. 



1899] 



A" 1788. 
[48.] 

I laniel \ an K\ 
I.i.li.i Earle. 

Van Bi 
3. Frederik 

0. Francis Mars 

Sam del I lodge, Jiin', 

Ma. 

:i.ird Kip. 
Ann i 
Lav. 
Mai 
16. v. 

. rt. 
Abraham 

th Penier. 

Petl itIH-1. 

Ca therin 

ck. 
Matthias Conk 1 i n, 

Catherine V. 
Abrahai 

Eliza 

. Anna 

Henry Burtsell, Eli- 
Peter K i 1 



23- 
3°- 

Dec. 7. 



[49-] 

M. 



Joris I: 

beth Ellis. 
Stephen Van 

landt, Catherine 

Garret Brower, Mary 

La I 
John 

her. 



John I 

b. 3c 
1 bet li 

l-'auli 

nder 

I.. 1 
1- - 
b. . 

Oct. 

.in, b. 
Nov. 



Anna: 
I I 1 
b. -■ 

John, 

.1785. 
b. 8 

b. 1; 









Helm. 









tlandt, 

'audi. 






[Oct., 











































A 














William, b. 




























iS. 


1 : 








Mary Pcttit 










M.iri.i Ann 














\ 








I 1.11: 






4. 










delane Van de 


Jan .. 1789. 










T50.J 












ham, 




































1 I. 










1 2. |ohn I lone, |oanna l'liili) . 

20. h e n 

i ham. 

: : : 

I ! I 

,b. 17 

T li 11 id, b. 

ii i re. 

Van 1 ■ 30 Jan. 

1 I \V. I lam, II 

' •: nnan. 



Van Zandt, 

Ann 
•n. 



i.enboss, Eli- 
>k. 



rm, Elizabeth 
in. 

- 
in. 
Philip Hone, Esther 



1'iirk, J u n ' . 



John Lamb, Marj 



Janic- ', irgarct 

1 Iri.: 



1899-] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in .\,~r }\>ri. _>j>- 



A* 1789. 



[5--] 



John Albright, Cath- 
erine Smith. 



Peter I>e Vod, 1 'alli- 
erine l>e Milt. 



1 6. fames Rosevelt, Maria 

17. Theophiliis B 

Mary Bogeit. 
22, William Heyer, So- 
phia Wethershine. 
Frederik Styn 

Ann Barrea. 
Courtland Van 

ren, Anno V, 
John Lodw, I 

Vonk. 

! iiinah 

White. 
James S h e p h 

A d n a Christina 

Knii] 
Gar Jane 

Van Alst. 



*3- 



John 
Piatt. 



Charitv 



April 



29. John Van Dyk, Ann 
:.ter. 

t Cole. Elizabeth 

Good: 
5. Martin Mori 

Jan. irne- 

lia Ryekman. 



[5*-I 



hristopher Bancker, 
1 .'. James I ! . 
13. Jai 
19. Th( 






1 ' e 
Milt. b. 

[an . 

tiihis, 

b. -3 

Ami. 1). 13 
b. 1 5 

John White, 

b. ;c 1 

2: Feb. 



: t. Elizabeth 
bach. 



it, Cornelia 



John Heyer, Man i 



-mite. 

hall, l'elro- 
netta Bdrghall. 



William Els- Theophilus 
worth, b. 1 
March. 

I lam \ 

I I i 

b.ti 

Mirth. 

b. 4 
March. 



anckcr, 

William K . 
1 3 Ma 

1 1 March. 



. 









[53-] 

l 

-'3 ' 

K hell. 

I ' ■ 

M.ir\ 

: 
hctii \ 



Mai 

I [annab, b. 

1 6 M 

Mar 
Ann. 
April. 

Ann. 
M 

rit, b. 

April, 

\pril. 









.ibetb 



Man 















>r. 



ibeth 
Van \ 



ieanor 



1 899.] Records 0/ the i 



[54-; 



rine Acker- 
man. 

iSrgh, 
Eleon 
ihn Barres, Jane 

m Wright, I 
Sickels. 

Abraham Polhemitis, 

1 4k ; 



Abrahaiii I 

Philip Warner, 

Ritten. 
Benjamin William- 

I 

Ri c : 

J lii v \. W 

5. John 

Ann Smith. 
8. I- 

Hest' 
10. John Van 

Mary Bogert. 
12. DoweTalman, Rachel 

m u e 1 Snecdon, 
Jacoba Ski 

15. William Van Wert, 
:ah Parker. 
Peti/i 1 1 
Mary Ami 

19. Ai 

John Varrick, M 

Smith. 



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nin,b. 

M i\. 



6 l 

John M 

ine.b. 
1 1 May. 

in, li 
1 5 May. 

Vpril. 

Man i 

IiUV- 

ler, 
Mary, 

[tine, 
b. 4 









Mary I 



Catherin 



William 1 1 
I 

nner. 



II 111- 



<'formtd Dutch Church :n Xr.v i'ork. 



lis, Ann 
Monl 
John Da; 

Julm Ritter,Elizabeth 

ll.Uliol). 

19. John Newkirk, MarJ 

I In 
1. Garret D 

.1 Bancker. 

4. |ohn Montanje, MarJ 

- 1 

!. Wil. 
MarJ 
Wh 

Marj 

K i'i t . 

I I :■ ■ 

II. II 

Il.lll I 

1 1. inn. ill X'.ui Kcii- 












3 






Mai 



■'. Jane 

I 



■tli, 

fdly. 

Wil 

i.iker, 
b.J 

b. 5 July. 

[ohn, 

Henry, b. 
I lily. 



i' 1 Anna i 
16 



1 1 inion, Anne 
Emm 



Van Home De 

kcr. 

1 1 jo. 






lulv, 



1 Kip, Elizabeth 
Mr h 



Diiglas. 



Polly 



1899-] 

1IIK VAN ETTEN l\Mll\ 01 ULSTER AND ORANGE 
I OUNTIES, NEW YORK. 



\.\ Hi .11. 111! 



lied from Vol. xxx , , 

40. Anthony Van Ettbn inherited many of the 

of his father. II ten im hi s in hi 

1 6o pounds. Living in a district but poorly supplied with i 

facilities he acquired an intellectual culture much superior to that i 

ordinary youth of his n .11 was • rved ii 

tions. and his relatives and i 

gentleman." 

fter the birth of his first child, in 1802, he commenced the life 
of a farmer upon an i -t.it.- ..I about 500 acres in < ■ mnty. 

Hanyol Ins neighbors and relatives of Deerpark followed him, and his 
line thickly settled with former res 
i.ler his leadership the I 
rganized and a comi tie building 

in win. n religii .us sen ii - havi time. 

On April 15, 1812, Anthony Van Etten volunteered at All 
service in the war with England, and he was made first sergeant ol the 
company commanded by Capt. Daniel Curtice in 1 
Swift's regiment ..1 New York troops. He was stationed al 
until discharged. He was subsequently commissioned a lieutenant in 
the New York militia, and he lie 1 . 1 this rank during the remainder ..f 
His early death on January 30, 1821, at tli 

ise contract. 1 e in the W 

Jemima C'uddehack remained bis widow, livirfg upon tin- i; 
until her death, mi |n: 

• their children were born in pt Hannah. They 

. /. : 

41. i. Hannah", born Deerpark, May 31, 1802; man 

1819, Warren Austin ; died 
42 ii. Benjamin . 1804 ; married 

Amanda 1 . P 24, 1 88 1. 

43. ii h. Jan. 26, 1806; mini.-. I Jan William 

Ho wan 

44. iv. Nov. 22, 1807 ; died at I 

bachelor. 

45. v. Th 

E. G 

p. 11. 1811 

111. 
t . married June n llni'- , 

[II . \l.i\ 

Ann \'.m ! 



2 3° 

Inn Van Eltei . :iie time 

tkbilil] 

■ 

her i" 

• i ! r « • 111 1 ' 

Collni 

p. 511 ). and in. in 

■ 

N. Y , Dec. 10. i-n. Mai .; . 23, 

■ 7.. : 

^3. ii. 

. 
.in. 21 : die 

Author 

- 
of the 1 I lac Kc 

form* I kme I 



AM! lLONIAL GOV] 

Dl LAWARE. 
M SwKDISH - I'mik Mnrun 






John ! 1643 



WoOTER Van T\v ii ; i 

William ] 

lould be 












H. 

[OHN . 

Al.KU II 

I AM BEEKMAN 

Mil K HlNNEOJOSSA - 

Engi ish. 

Rl( II \KI> NlCHOI 

Am i 

1 'i r< h. 

. Alrich 

English. 

Slk EdMI M' Andros 

1675 

Proprietary. 

Wii.i iah Pknn 1682 

Governed bi State of Pennsyl- 
vania until 1776. 

MARYLAND. 
Proprietary. 

2" Lord Baltimore 1632 

Leonard Calvert 

Thow is Greeni 

William Stone 1649 

lrliamkk 1 ' . 

Josias Fendali 

Philip Calveri 

Charles Calvert, 

3" Lard Bali imori 



Charli 

■11 Baltimore.. 

William Joseph, ! 

ISH. 

Sir Edmi n 

Sir I IOLSON 

Nathaniei 

Thomas Trni 11, I'i E9 I 703 

1 704 

1709 



>KV. 

John H 

C'llAKI I 

IMORI 1720 



ClUKI ! S 

I 75 1 





nr," H BNRV 
Hai 

RHODE ISLAND. 

J 11 

Willi 

William Hutchinson 1639 

William ( loDDlNGTON 

" PaRLI tMKNTARl I 
PrESIE 

l"\N ' 

Will 1 

John Smii H 

NlCHOI I 

p. us Smi hi 



John Sandford 

Nicho 



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William ( 

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W Al IKK I'l Akkl 

|0HN « lOGGESHAl I . DEP* 

[ohm ! 

! 

Wui 

! ■ 

Wll MAM W 

[ohn Wanton 

1740 

W11 1 



Wll LIAM liKHM 



Wll : 

ien Hopkins 

Wll I 1AM ' I 

Si I PHI N I I < ■ 1 KINS 

1 1 Ward 

i ; 

I W \KI> 

Sin ,i H 



Nil l! 

Roy a 1 t'livKiiH. 
William I 

Nil HI 

• El 

>. I 

Wii 



WAL1 IK Cl AKKI 

|ol!N COGGI 5HAI I 

ClIAk; 

|d|is I ' I 5HAI I 

John G 

W Milk CLABKl I"00 

1714 

1715 

John 



! 

|ohn Wanton 

. 

I >\\in Ann] 1 . . . '. 

Richard Ward 

William Grkrni 

JOSEI H Wll Hi I I 1743 

Wn. 1 •- 1 74 5 



Willi IM ROBINSON 

Wll II \M El I I K\ 

H I750 

I "5 I 

I *n Nil hoi ^, Jk 

John < • irdni k 

■ Nichols, Jk 

'HKI'MK 

J« 

IWN 

JOSEPH Wan ion, Jk 

NlCHO 

1 »ARII 

NlCHl 

Win 

■ \:> ncuT. 

MM. 

New H avei 

•■ • 

1 Newman 1 

Wll I : 

MAI. 

John Havnes 

. IPKINS - 

John Ha^i- 

.... 1641 



1899 I 






||IHS 11 \\ SI - 

Ii I [OPKIKS 

JOHN llmiv 

Edward 1 Iopkins 

John II kYNES 

Edward 1 Iopkins 

|ollN Ii WNKS 

CDW \KI> 1 I'll KINS 

lulls Haynes 

Edward 1 Iopkins 

InllN 1 1 U SI s 

Edward Hoi-kins 

Thomas Welles 

Ions Webster 

[OHN WlHTHROP 

THOMAS Wl LLES 

[OHN Wis rilROP 

Wll II \>I I.KKTE 

Roiiekt Treat 

Sir 1 DROS 

K ' > ii k k r Tri w 

FlT2 John Winthrop 

: rONSl Ml 

i Talcott 

Jonathan Law 



Thomas FlTCH 

Wll. I I IM Pi I KIN 

Jonathan Trumbui i. .. 1769 to 

NEW JERSEY. 
Swedish. 

[ohn Printz 

John I 

Jons RlSINGH 

Dutch. 

i 1 } 

H 

EilNNEOJOSSA.. . \ 

Colonial. 
Philip ' "arteret 

|ollS Bl KK1 

I'll 1 1 IP Carterei 

Edward Byllinge 





RoilFRl Barci AY 

Thom \s I: 

Gawen Lawrii 

I. '• IPBELI 



647 

687 
6S9 
698 
707 
724 
74 1 
750 












'■ I I Will KIN I 

I ' i s 1 1 1 Cox i 

A a Hamilton 



• 

Rich \ri> 1 ngoldsby 1 709 

Willi im I'isi horni 1709 

William Bi rnei 1 

[ohn Mon rcoMi rv 

Lewis M 1731 

Wn.i 1 1 

John A 1 

[ohn Ham n 

I.i n is Morris 

[ohn ii \mii ion 1-4'' 

[ohn Reading 

[ohn Hit., her 

[ohn Ri idin 

Frani is Bernard 

Turn: 

[osiah i [ardy i 761 

William Franklin. . . 17' 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

INI U.. 

Willi \m Drummond 

Sir Gi 

ias Miller 

Ill R. II ... 

[ohn ii \kvi-y 

John 

■ 

Seth Sothei 

Philip Ludwi li 

nder i. ii i ington 

I 

I'llMM \N SMI I II- 

ICE. 

lolls ' 

I'lloM \S II \KVM 

Roberi Daniei 

William 

! DI 

... 1 r ' 4 

Win 1 












... 

Mk Rll II \K1> EvERARD 

Nil HANIEL RlCi 

•■ 

Nun 

Arthi 
Willi 



M 

1 II CAROLINA. 
Proprietary. 

.... 
Will 

SlK I 

'■ 
M 

'. KKY 

i West 



.... 



Philip Li d» 

'. 

H Hi \kl . |K 



SlK .'• N .... 



. 

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W ILI : 
\\ II. 1 : 

Lord Chad 

M 
\\ 11.1 i 

i 



William 1; 

Lord u 11 1 iam i \.m 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

WIAL. 
I«>IIN I .... 

Rn 11 \kii Waldi 

Edward Cr imm i d, Lii 
Walti 

.... 

.... 

John .... 

Wu 11 

Willi 

.... 
John Ushi r, 

Liei 



John W entwqrth, 

Willi vm !)• 

■ 



in, 
John Wentworti 



hi. 

William Sti phi \ 

1 - . 

II 1 nrv Parker, A 

1751 t ■ 

Himo Ellis 

11 1 

■ 

17 

Wrighi I 



1730 
1741 






1773 



[899- J 2 I S 



REVOLUTION \kV DISCHARl 

Wiikn the Now Vork 
the enlisted men received 
dividual'* time of servi< . rank. and regiment. I 

had received the badge of merit tl 
charges were held to be met 

definite treaty of peace with Britain d, in 

i--:, set aside the Military Tract in Central New York I 
There was, . and 

meanwhile the ex-soldiers sold their claim- to 

these claim-transfers were endorsed upon tl man- 

ner both transfer and 
Onondaga County, which was 

The follow :: i all those d were 

located in 1790 in the limits of the pres 

are taken from the ollicial tr.u The tran- 

script is in the county clerk's 

sumalilv hi the county clerk' hear 

dates June 7, 8, 9, 1783, and ::der- 

in-chief. 

Adam i?e of 

merit for live years' faith 
Ash, Henry ; matross in N. Y. Artill. Regt . served from Man 

to present, •■ of merit for three years' faithfu 

Au^f.i private in 2nd K 

hold 

tie in 1st Re 

Bene 

for five years' faithful service. 
Bennett, Tin -ant in 2nd 1 

hold ■' faithful set 

Boge. John : private in 2nd Ri merit 

fir thl 
ISrant. Christy an ; private in i>- 

uael ; private in 1st Regl 

merit rs' faithful service. (Later dal 

name Burgess.) 
Erush. rgeantin 2nd Regt.. 

badge of merit f< 11 
Cator, William ; soldier in 1 

records spell the nani' I 
Cherrv, John ; lifer in and 
Corter, John : pr; mcrit 

for five years' faithful service. 
Epton. Benjamin ; private in 21. 

■ 
Gee, Kzekiel ; prn 

badge of merit for six years' fmithfn 



( ' >l t.. 

Halsi' nit in Art. I 

Ige of 

private in in ntlis. 

1 1 

m A | ril 10, 

drummer 

rved from I 

Hulil' tidier in i si Regt., serve 

Hubl 
Eiunth, William; private in .-i boldi 

faithful scr. 
i I nut. | 

Ige of 
i Latei • 

; private in i 

i Later 

•'• ) 

r.uik unstal unstated. 

■ 

M : Miliary u 

t<> pi 

man, Willi in m April, i -- 

■nt. 
Teak, Willi.im ; corporal in i 
nicr:: 

dier in 1 1 1 

|une i -. i 

. 
I 

Purd) , J. mi 

I'ii tm in . Wi 

■ 
■ 

. I^e of 
\ \e.ir-/ Haiti 

in Art Re| 

■ 
■ :, Evert ; private in ind 



1 8 )■/. ] 

:\ler ) 

Smith, Waij — , t., 

Spring, Henry; private in 2nd Regl 

for six years 
Sprinf tidier in 2nd I mths, 

its' faithful 
. John ; matross in Art 114. 

to present, hi >l merit lor th 

Stringham, Henry; private in 2nd I 

years' Faithful sci . 
\".in I ■ 

months, hold- badge of men: 
Wright, Edward; private in 1 si Regt. , serve, i (jve - 
W'vburt. Frederick ; private in 1st R 

merit for six years' faithful service. 1.. D 



ONONDAGA COl \ I \ REO »RDJ 






Among the do< uments dated in 1782 and 17^.;. whii h are upon the 
Onond I t) Clerk's transcript ol e 

the following Revolutionary soldier; ntj lands in 

1790, but who had sold their claims 

witnesses of the several transl fixing the lot ation 

ferred by t 

ira to bounty land which had been voted to him by l< 
tive acl \ ol these claims h until July, 

1790. 

Ai kling, I ■ 1 in ( ' ipt. Ten B 

. and other valu 
Alban; 1 
Armstrong, John ; soldier in Capt. ! 

with other-, tr.m 

lius Van Dyck. M itl 
Artwii k, Laurent e ; mi ntiom d in ti 

r ; late pr 
John Zabrisky. Samuel 

7 

Hasbrouck, wits. Da) < • 



rJs. 

\\ illi.un ; I value 

I 

. illit- 

Philip : late priv 1 3 and 

1 
II r\ 1 1 urt, Mynderl V. Vevi ren, 1 1 . 
Caldwell, Philip; 1 i^t battalion, illiterate, trai 

I imes I . . ■ \\ 1 

nning 
: ..I w.it, ii 

. \\ its. I >.Ur. No\ I I. 

ildier in Capl 

Col. < - 

rp. wit. Date, June ". 
William M< Kad) . of Si oharie I >istrict, all title t.> lam 

- lyder, »ii~ 

N 

with ■ iiliL-r->. transfi 
\os. to Abraham Freer "t Kingston. Nicholas k 
Jai u< k. wits. Date, D ■ 

Cronk, John ; late priv 

I 

I ' 

lius : --■ >l< I i»- r 1 >t Regt., « ith < I 

her, wit. I >ate, I 

■ 

1 

■ 
hi. ill Jewell 

: late |>ri\ trans- 

n Joel N heler, 

r. \\ 1!^. I I 

Regt., 
months, tra I min <>f 

H r. A< know 

Nov 1 ; 
.1! Dutcl Ci llil rate, trai 
Knappof Dul ts, »its. 

'■' 
mas 

inder 



1899-] 






Van Cortlandt, illiterate, trai 
Albany Co. John I est, l\ • 
Satin I 

Philip Rockefeller of German < amp District 
Camp, Dec. 30. 
Elliott, 1 11 
transl 

Bbenezer Jones, Philip Jom -. wits 
power of attorn< \ . dati d ai < old< nhan 

ison, James; late private 2nd Regt., tran Daniel 

Dean. Charles Piatt, Caroline Plati, wits Date, D 
Gurtley or Gulther, William ; soldi 

Lieut. -Col. Cornelius Van Dyck. John N \ 
June 23. 

- rauel ; late private in Capt. Israel Smith's Co., 2nd I 
trails I I and William Birdsall 1 

precinct. Benjamin Birdsall, William Lewis, \ui~ 
30. 
H of man, Andreas; late private in Capt. Pi 
[or 15 1 ion 11s t ■ 

n, \\ its. I >ate, Jui 
ppTe, Zai harias : prival 
transfers for 10s. gold and silver to Philip Rockefell 

■ District, h \nna- 

Ro( kefeller, whs. I (ate, Mai 
German Camp, transl 
bounl I teneger, w illi im I [obb, lr . 

1. \\ ilhelmus : pi 10 to 

■1. Nathan 
■ t. 6. 
Kilborn, /.« keus ; pri iterate, trai 

Thora - Win in:, 

Klyn [literate, with othi • 

,- ... - ( 

kwt, ivlu.ml. 1 iqs {o A] 

Landon < .r Loudon, William: drum-major i- ; 

tran-- lue to Lieul I Dyck. 

r, « it I >al 
Leppi ■ | 

melius 

Vntwerp, h me 16. 

Lvhv, 'obi 

N 



Edward l 

I 'hn ; soldier ni ( '.i|it, John i 

. .mil other . 
I >\ < k M 1 > I . I 

Edward; 

■ Van Dycl 

I in ( lapt. Pitt's • 

M Peck, laborer, sole heir. Ir.i Hunieston, John Wellin 
I ' ■ . I • i ;. 
Milkr. Henry ; pn muel 

Date, fune 21. 
■ iilu-r value • 1 < !ump- 

1 
\ 
Mum w ith others, I 

1 Date, J 

matross in Artillery R.egt., illiteral 

Philip Joni 

med in ti ■ !i 

nsai k. undi 

. with 

1 . 1 Plank, « it. I >ate, Jul 

:h another, 

l 

m, John ; late soldier in Hazen's Regt., known I Own 

l 1 . illit- 

. eh ing 

kenbos 

■ Marlborouh precinct. Thurston W 1. Daniel Goff, wits. 

Pinkney, Jonathan ; soldier ii 

and other '■ I 

1 1\. k. Gelyne Ver 1 

made 
transfer to Al>r.i 
on, < tthniel ; 

1 t V. Si haai k, Benj. Winne, wits. 

Dati 

liter. lie, II 

Charles Nukerk. |acob Mathews, Gerhard VValrad, wits 
D 

nd other value to 
w inne, 
Nov. 7 



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241 



Reese, Martin ; late soldii r 1st Regt., illii mish 

milled dollars to Jarrn I Matthew W 

John Watson, n its. I (ate, Si 
Robertson, James ; I iti sol< 

!o Lemuel Turn itowi 1 II 

Zacheriah Harrington, wits. Date, Dec. 10. 
Robison, Rii hard ; prn ri.it- 

ikt of Claverack District. William Shattuck, Benjamin Allen, 

u its. I >ate, I u 
Runnion, Benjamin ; late private in Capt. Bid 

illiterate-, transfers for ,{.10 and other value to II 

Albany, fames Piatt, Peter Walrad, William Colbratt, 
is. 
Ryan, John ; ol Artillery Regt, ti ; to Anthonj Maxwell, 

late lieutenant in < kiel Moor, 

■ 1 lhamberlain, w its. I (ate, July 1 4. 
Saltsman, Peter; soldier, i-t Regt., transfers to William Faulkner of 

Albany. Peter Quackenboss, Jacob C. Cuyler, wits. I ■ 

■ w 1 Us, Rutland Co., Vt. ; lati soldiei \ \ 

line, illiterate, transfers for ,{. 10 to Samuel Wilcox ol 

Abner Cone, John Thompson, »it-. Date, Sept. 7. 
Shell, mentioned in transfer 

transfer to John Zabriskj ol Ji.n kensai k. undi 
Shultz, John ; soldier in Capt. Hebout's Co., 1 

others, transfers for £2 and other value to Lii 1 l'\<k. 

Gelyne Ver l'lank. wit. 1 >ati | 
Sluyter, I ter Co.; illiterate, with others, transfei 

^76 10s. to Abraham Freer ol Kingston. Nicholas K 

I u obus 1 [asbroui k, wits. Date, Dei 29. 
Smith, John : private in Capl Schaii ks I 

and othei . I ' 1 « - 

son, Daniel M< Donald, wits. Date, Jul) 4. 
Smith, John, Jr.- late ol im Regt., illiterate, transl 

other value to Henrj 1 bany. William Colbrat 

\'.m Deuzsen, wits Date, Nov. 24. 

ildier znd Regt., illiti 1 
,. «.i\. wil 

transfer i- annexed to grantor's military disi h 

illiterate, transfers foi - M rl 

borough pi ' Date, 

Jun 
Wains or Winns, William : 

tr:m-' 

Jun< 
Waiskarbar, 1 

kman, wits 

r, Edw mi ; 
and other . 



-4 - 

I . Henry 

i i 

Matthew W n 

w inne, 

i 

illiter- 

lip .mil I )icll K(k kefell 

than ('hrist\. wit- I i 

D 
Wind made 

1 

I odorus Aiii 

Mil' 

/to to 

' 



i hi. vvoos 1 1 u i win \ 



' 



■. arc entirely 

• I t ho 

The 

both famili nn the 

■ 

nown that h r, when 

|. the line from « hich i 

. ation 
a, but 

iih in 



).] Th R 



J 43 



having been born in 16 

circumstances concerning his emigration to Vmerica, the name of the 

ship whj< li brought him, and the d upon 

these s not 

been dis< overed, but his intim 

to the belief that there must haw nship 

The first notii e we ha I 

■ he Mill river, to b< im 
•i. according to hi-- request, ["his i- i while 

unproved for ho] 

waterfalls, ■ 
strict upon which Birmii 

iriginally called the Paugasuck and merly 

known .1- the Pootatuck. As earl) Mr. 

. I l.i\ en, had i stablishi suck, 

and ■ Govi rnor Willi n 

sent .1 communication to " Theophilus I 
by us i .died the Red llili- i 
the English called New Haven," pi 
of the English upon the limits ol luding with 

liant threat: " Ani you and your- h 

mini' i di ai Mauritius River in tins Pri 

there not only to disturb our trade ol no man hitherti d, and 

to <lraw it to yourselves, but utterly to destroy it, • 
again to protest, and by these presents we do 

• breakers ol the peace and disturbers of the publii quiet, I 
you do not restore the places you h ai isurped 
have suffered, we -hall by such means .1- God affords, manfully r. 
them, neither do we think this 1 rosseth the publ 
the cause of the ensuing evil upon j 

In his reply, dated "Neve Haven in New England, Aug 12, 1646, 
old -• ddressed "To the Right Wor'll VVm. Kit : ■ 

of the Dutch in New Netberland," l id : 

•• Sit ■' B have lately 1 

ham!. 

entered the limit • 4etherland, usurped dn ■hem, 

and h 

irs past, m the disturl 

uttei ■ ir trade, w< 

River in that Proi do truly pn I 

neither can 

t which the English here Ion River. 

whii h you 

It is trui 
■ in the mil 
within our own limits m lr "'" 

your trading 

1 none; thi 



r, nor 
diil »:• build there 'till « due title from the true 

I 

n the Dutch and English to 1 1 J. mil. 

In April, i<>54. the G( Dtcred tin- f< 

■ I 

• ii him. ilia: 
from them .it the G Court in May next whether they 

will put the said place under this jurisdiction < 
made iand until May, 1655, when "Mi. 

the owners, • desired a little resp 

■i after Richard Baldwin and others pur 
\h 1. ml at the meeting <>f the Court in I 

ber, i' rted that tl thankful that the I 

will take that matter int ind that tl. rilling 

.mil di ••■• it under their jurisdiction upon I 

cpressed." The Court ordered"that tl" 
. eral things propounded and 
him ami th' inder 

the jurisiln tion, anil Irmn hi 

<t." anil thr ( 'milt mail' iiarter 

when 

II. 1 

V this 1 i Edw mm W tablished his 1 

print ipal intent pi pon " the m 

■ iia, which wire well adapted foi th ind it 

«,i- m the pursuit 
the lower Ansonia bridge now is down into the meadow w hei 

■ LUgatUCk no" is. I ll part ol the me.lilou, or low I. mil, 

ami by this race the rii 

'ii this ilistrii t, hut soon afterwards I 
'. Edward I 
known as the four first inhabitants of the town of Derby, 

In 1666 Abel < . 

d the book w ntteii by hin ime I 

ol the I lerl " n Clerk lor twent; 

The first Goodyear, Mr. 

ml N 1 r. till . hath barg 

i|» in. Join uel Hopkii 

... I 

111 k, anil 1 meil put inn! 1 New H 

- 

. k tiwr west, .1 small ro< k, 
south, with a swamp on l runs 

into tl lotted 

• 1 the 
I 












[nhafa ned with I 

■ 

m.iry th.it h 

by tli 

the | have also n 

■ . art wa) through it, and tli. 
mile island 

gran'- 

without it be where it is i ommon : And tl 

The early settler: led with wolves, and 

were _r inted by the < ieneral I 
Then 

lu^ sons t^r si rvi< es in woll • 
that " Edw \ki> W 

for the |>ris ntation and 

granted for a suffii 

The General < 
lowing order, viz.: " The pi 
named Derby, and is treed from tli I 
following, they defraying their own i I 

Ji ins B( iw i 

! 
The n 

I on n. on the 

daughter Rllll was dead, hut he h 

in 1687 when slie man 

him: I i 

and faithful at hi 

ipon him, little di 

there! 

leadii _ 

In 166 

in Hoy 
his « il 



in Bui 

■ 

i omlinson, .- ml walked 

.it tin- left hand 

kindly 
attenti 

111' 

law in the 

; h ith 
ml he pun m the 

lmli. r 

I 

.mil I.-. in ului li he 

■ 

wife : 
! Iiurn 
in I ' 

■ 

il 1656 : d. Jan 
dao| ' H my Tomlin! 

5. 

\\ "il 

; 671 i, not in.irrieii. 

;. \i. David,' bap. March 19, 1-11 ; m. Mary , 

and had children, via.: Jerasha, b. 17 , May 

June 16, 1 

ii r in the arn 

<,. m:i. Ruth,' I'. A; 1687, Saw 

s h v Tomlin 

10. ix. Timothi 1 tora \. 

1 1. 

11. X III 

I .' . 1 I 6 . 

Tahiti 

.ii . 

N.Cll, Of 

'.■•II. 

I his death. 
imlin- 

■ 

lb, d. Man h 
17. 11. Zervia,' d. Au 





XII 


14. 




'5 


XIV. 



1 899. J 



Phih-r 



-•i; 



29 
30 

3' 

3* 

33 

26. 

34 
35 
36 

38 
39 



iii. \ 

iv. Elizabeth,' b. - 

v. Thomas, 1 Jr., 7. He m, 

nail, daughi 
rhankful, b. Nov j, K 
Thomas 

i. John,' b. 

ii. Ruth,' l>. Mar< h 30, 172;. 
>». I Lois , and had one 

child, Sarah, b, Feb. 2, 1 7 ji ( . 
iv. Elizabeth,' 1>. March, 1 
v. Daniel,' b. July 1 s. 
vi. Joseph,'!.. :i. Hannah, and had a child, 

David,' b. Dec. 1, 
vii. David,' b. Jan. 5, 1735 ; m. Mary -, and had one child, 

Amy, 
John ' Woostei I 

Inm . b. April 13, 1747 ; 1751. 

ii. Elizabeth,' b. Nov. 
iii. Hannah, ' b. [illy 8, 1750. 
iv. John, h. Oct. 11, 1752. 
v. Anne,' b. Nov. 1 ;, 1754. 
Daniel' Wooster and Sarah Hawkins had children, viz.: 
i. [saai ,' b. July 24, 1 
ii. Aramy, ' b. I >ec. 26, 1 782. 
iii. Rama, b. Ni »v. 1 1 , 1 
iv. I taniel, b. Mai 

lly,' I). April 20, 1 ■) 
vi. Joseph, b. March 22. 1790: d. June 14, 1790. 



PHII.KMnx DICKERSON AND SOMI OF III-* RACE 



Rl \I. I 






« ■ \ 

4. I'fikk', the Bei 
man than his brother. In the valual 
acres of land, eight oxen, twenty-thn 
three horses and 
£250. In the •■ I 
cent, more than th 
a tanner, and had a larf,'e amount ol 

who was an early 
1675, but n 

died March 

as three males .11 



■ 

l.tt'lt." 

1 ! April, i 

Jan. n, i' 

with Mary, |r., the wif 

'. him 
n llie 

I a«i- 

i.v. in 
1 1 will I 



1 899. 1 

in tho 
Genci 

9. 

10. N 1 

11. 1: 

1 : . Mi 

14. John', 

1 ; - 

Jim 

5. Thomas' Dickerson in. Jan. 1; H 

athold, L. I. 

! in New V01 I 
• ither John I 

when Daniel, thi • 

ablv r 

hildren m u 

inty, X. [., includ 
in his 

1 -. 

iii. At 

I 

iii. !. 
v. M 



I'h 

20. \ 1740. 

•• ife d. 
M.ir. 16, 1 

lb, ami 
ibelh, 

■ 
2 J. Peter*, b. 17a n the 

I [e >'.. in 
N. ' M 

1. Mary , b. 3 1 Mch., 1 74'' ; m. :.' I 

ii. Jonatb Mary Coe; 

1. Mahlon . b. \ 

771. 
3. M 

1749 ; d. Aug 

1827. 
v. Jesse', b. 1 3 

d. 14 May, 
vii. I 

and 1 -■ 1 1 
viii. 

.x. Ruth , b. 12 Ji 1 1 J 1 7 73. 

xi. I 

Siur- 

lliiinali 

nued 

:4. Peter', b. 171 h . 

|ohn', b. 1 -1 -• : m ' nnell. 

and ' 
an I 

Mislee 

■ 



i899-l Philemon I 



251 



on .1 knoll south of ■ II, 

widow d. Aug. i 

the churchyard. Her will i a, and 

mentions, 

an. I : Idaughter, M 

27. Philemon . 

1 -■ N. J. 

...it. ip- Day. ll 
Iren : 
1. Philemon . m. 1 1 1 1 loroelia How (2) Hai 

ilviiv. in. Mary L' lick. 

3. Paul . d. Nov. :-. . 

4. Cornelia , m. Samu 

5. I 

6. 1. 

7. Mary Ann". 

i). William I >.u 
10. Stephi 
ii. Caleb', ni. An H 

26, 1 

1. Samuel . m. M irj Freeman. 

2. Mary . unm. 

in. Mary Ridgeway ; « 

4. < 'aleb, unm. 

5. David . in. Elizabeth Mullins ; . Ala. 

6. Weslej , m Elizabeth W 

n , in. Mar) A 

iroline', m. 1 (avid A. 1 la 
in. Philem 

28. Hannah , in. I 

29. Jemima', m. Sylvanus I hild, Fannj 1 

30. Mary*, in. Samuel Tyler. 
\<- 

32. Brainerd . b. June 28, 175.' ; m. S 

win. 1 !<■ lived in tl 

N. [., near thi 
Iren 
33- Philei 

I [1 

34. Sarah 

Iren. 

35. Mai 
36. 



I. 1 

I 

w. 

b, M 

smith. 



1899] 






sons only. They may h 

mi thru in. II 

43- 

31, 17 

He 

road between Newark and N He d. 

! 
m. I 

d, in childl 

ix. , m. Aaron Miller. A child ■■■ 

1 -4 1 : m. Lois . He received by hi 

will .1 

N. I., and 50 acr< 

in. Feb. 1 -•- 

typhus fever, ii. Aaron', m. Dolly , who 

♦ 5, J 

• when- he li\ 

. 

. d. unman i 

I 

m e . II 1 

irah 



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I< >l I.. 
171 1 I 

i.orn on 

orn, 

- 

.iliout 1 1 

- 

■ ithcr. Iirollir 

[en , 



- 

I 



1899J 

Amine I (ougl I J 
1 '.unci Doughty « 

I n 

1 i;!li ..( - mi. 

I kmghty wa 

Ann 1 
I (ebo I 

this Bible ; hut the I 

addition to tlii-. ilicy record the lealha ol the tir-t Ann D 
and of 1 I on -'7 'I . 12 mo . 

In the same : ring : 

•• Mary I kmghty daughtei to 1 

Anne Doughty daughter 1" I 

1 I laniel .\ Ann 1 lougl 
n tlie morning, 

Doughty daughter to Daniel S \nn Doughl] 

v .laughter t.> I laniel .\ Ann ! 
Merc] Doughty daughter to Daniel £ Inn 1) 
Ann Doughty wife to Daniel Doughty ■ 
Mary Doughty married Will 

iohn N 1 

studying ilic h 

my paternal ancestors, an 1 New York, law) 

remember ever to have seen in connection with 
hi* descendants, although of much 

[en fact. The following is tlie >t 

ticut an<l the province ol 
lithed in May, 1731. The 
ferent 
ami Edmund 

■ Men. and Vincent Mathews, and the articles oi settlemei 

colonial govei ecticut, and I 1 

eral of 

1711. 

in the • 1 ricil 1 iertrun 

ter of Jan Willemse EsseUteyn, 

led a willow, but hei 

ment, prove her to have been .1 

prominent 111 

II a fine, . it cruile. lin 

contemporaneous arti 

time, I 

his lej; 1 

show very strongly why h< 

Ibis diplomati 

trouble 

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Taew^^cy 7?* Atizr 









his •Ic.uli Mi. 

men in iheii L r 

(he chui 

R. L. 

Mi. Be 

friend, ami ■ scholar. I le 

■ 

brethren 

in Church, Little Neck. 1.1. lie has been the I 
of the ' 

best esteemed him most." I >i William i 
evidently .1 mai 

the performam 

that he hail, it might have made him caustic, lie had an 
life outside the world, as if I. ut entering into 

this was due to the 

characteristic of him, for I am sure thai 
the matter of genealo| 
to tru : . 

greatly miss him in your excellent S 
resented to the Society a mm, 
large library 

ihree-cp-iarter-len^th portrait of \S 
painted by Gilbert Stuart. 







The I 

I 

rated. New ', 
The age of ordinar) 

anil ordn 

play it at 

paper. Aftei ill 

luxury but ne 

ami the papei 

which 

who. with much lab 
remarked after our comment 
I done it good." V- 

Kunkel 
Wied and 1 



- 
band-m fully bound in 

■ 

church 

■ 

nil; hit- 

- 

children, the 

Hell to 

itifally 

e, black ink, on heavy pi| I well 

indexed, 

• 

■ I lca-t one I 
the In mnected « ith I 

i apt. I Sketch 

men of 

nee. 

r I tun- 

I In . in!cic Hit * iiere Mr. 

m published merely lo give to the puhlic matter 
long delayed in publication, willi p The 

..u l .in. 

.ml that the present family 

• ly got- 

■■ 

We beard 

" I'aul 
iv Style 

led and 

• :^le numbers, 

i 
. 

intcrcst- 

innl the 

i piece p..itr.nt 



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" ' 'U' emigrant an I ngland, 

France 

were the earlier arm r .c between th 

ta^k be more versified than I 
tors in their native lands? rhe ant 
continuing, gives the 

(Freni 

which is of interest to tin: general ita.ler. 

from th 

II I ■ 

now an. I then 
them, always gotten up in 
Germany, was b irn in M j 

Rotterdam. Mr. Sellers proceeds from this poinl to 
Pfeifler, a^ we 

ject, all of which is well supported with reference nicely 

printed on hand-made paper, handsomely bound in cloth 
portrait of Joseph Pfeifler, and a complete index. 

John Keep, , piled by 

Frank E. Best. < Ihii 
the auth o, III. 

A thoroughly indexed history of a family which has been well represented in every 
conflict in which this country has engaged, tench and [ndi 

late war with Spain. The hook gives extended biographii il m 

dants. including Rev. John Keep of Oberlin ; Nat ! Ilar- 

ollege; Albert i 

I 1 1. White, and man 
gives full records of Revolutionary services ol the 

of wills and inventories of estates of the earlier Keeps, illustrated with twenty-four 
engravii 

THI Til K\ IN 1 in works 

in the public librarie 
Charles B. Tiernan. I 

These annals, compiled by Mr. Charle i of the Baltimo 

interesting matter, pertain to the 

early history of the city. Mate, anil country. The 
time a number of letters from prominent 
commercial life, which enhance the 
fl.oo 
more, MA, 

' Idle- 

The records of marriages published in this book have - 
from various sources, 

tl also many from ad 
containing 15,000 nai 
nized in the c 
consulted are . j - 

County. Pa, : also from Rev 
del, Jr.'s, marriage 

ily indexed, an 



Bo* I 

- 

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pub- 

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undertaken ii 

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INDEX 0\ : NAMES IN Vol.CME XXX. 



1 1 .. i.j 

Jeronin 
Margrita, if 

Mai . 
Ruth, ia 

\ il.liMi. Ahi., 

frTDl 

a, 156 
Abb 'it. Daniel, 133 
W II 



John. 18 

.1. 16 
M in. >S, --n 
Abrahams, Ann, 

'■.92. 167 
Kliz.n . 

ine, 92 

■ 1. 167 

Tryntj 

Abrah., 

K.i.ic. 47 
tbrajnse, Agnli 

. 157, 15a 
Ann. 220 



ih, 04 
ckennan, Abraham, 107. 223 



1 i%t. 227 
1. 107 

■ . 167 
;. 220 
icholas.90. 220 



an ! 






I. ,ii 

m, 7 

BC 22- 

M 11 .t, 22? 

II us. 22- 

( ttherlne, in 

ie, 05 
Theodoras, 95, iri 
Aehrhan, M 
Akerly, Lui 

Sara, 16 

;, 185 
Albouy. Johauuis, 26 
1 11. 24 
itherine, 114. 22; 
' tl>. 214 
John, 214, 22s 
Mary, 22- 
Al Iriede, Petter, 122 

Allebc. John, 121 
nea, 24 
Agnes t iiv.ui. i;i 

Anna !■ . 1 1 , 

Arthui Huntington, i"-i 

lam.: 

■ . 110 

I., -till. I. 08, l60, 222 

Mary, it>2. 214 

< Mr in I 

Pi lla, 222 
Samu 

r, 211 



ia, id, 22 
[an, 2o, 22 
lannetje, 24, 27 

a, 20 

A111111c11n.il,. 

Aunatle, 1-2 






Margi 

'inn. 114 
Ann.it]. 



I- 1 . 






Ellzabel 

, 100 

ean. 30 
' ohn. 30.86,233 
>i( 

Andre, , 142 

Andrew, 






1I.11111U 






II I 1 

iane, 60 

■ it. 60 





















• - XXX. 



I 

Mai 
Am. ti. Hannah Whll< 

\l .1 . 

- 

■ 
111 

i 
- 

i ' ■ ■ 

M . 

- 

\1 i 



Naili . i 

III 
Marti 

■ 90 

5 

M..r v. 2 to 

\lltl.t. | 

■ 

■ 

I 

I ert 

M irgi 
Mar) 

Van \ li 

M .i i 



' 14 
!.. 114 



ih, 4i 

4 

Hair. I 

Mam 












M. ttvtn.il!. I 






I 






It.. 


i l/v> 






- 


Ba 


D, l/.' 








il, Henry, ./, 








11, 


II. \MmiTh: 




-Us. |t, -111 ■ 
1 
■ 










inn. 2t> 








Hcnr) W.. 61 




lu- 










































II.II.I. 












' 


















11,1 .74 






■ 




. 




. 




ll.- 


- 




[eremlah, 












Bella, liii- 




Hen h 










It*, .-.; 




M 
















Ann, K3 


Ben 












!. I>l 


ll. -ii : 




i, ::i 












Ben 


11. 17 






Ben 














Aletta, 














a, 167 






Hem 










170, 222 






















n, 164 




157 










Tryntii 










Bii Icr», \ 




■ . 221 




rryntji 








Ben 








ird, 2.' 






Hem 




\V , 22 




Benjam 






-'I 




.... 103 


'-. !'•- 














Henry. - 










Henry, 










Hem -■ 




,. 103 


1 her, i'n 










\ .... 114 




... 221 






Hi -•■ - 




11 rt.«j 




Dinah, 1 


Saint:- 
























.-.'. .'IT 




. 11 










II... ilia. 104 


Bingham, |ohn, 114 












































lannetii 
















Martin Henri '4 








M .... Bl 






Man 
















' 


tin, 114 














Matthew, 104 










. 101 










l-l. 21« 






- 




- 




















- 
































! 
















Il.-I... 


































































rt, 21 















'. »oq 

I 












Isa.t 

' na. m 

an Jan! 






Win' 

Am, ■ 
Catharine. .-■ 

I 

Henry, 









-'! 






! 



N . 20 



». iq 
, nna, 174 



• JIO 

I 

11. u 
M.,i\ I- l/aticili. 14 

i.ih. JO 

Henri Bi 
Rourghcll 









' 4. aoS 
114 

Kalh.ii ■ 



Intit i ' I Ami X \ \ 






Bradley lam 




- 










1, US 








M.nv. IIS 




1 1 ih, 161 










Trynl 


Bragd >n. 




11, 161 
















.■ :i 1. 11 
































- 




11.1. 21 




1 v. 1 V 










Elu.r ■ 








Epbrsim. 96. 164 




G 






Hi. I 














Mary, 










Hr.HI. \nth.,iiv. Ill 






1 




las, 12; 


Bra 


si'. 241 


Hannah 






ike famfl 1 


Henjy, 


Egbert. 133 








1 Ih. ill 




rt, 192 








rla. 151 




Hilletji 


an, \111i':. 11 1 




Johannes. 12", • 
Libbit 




1, 214 




tin. 161. 21S 




Maria. 123 




ne, 161 


'. an del Zee, 12;. 




. 167 


Leah, i 


ma, 12; 




, 85 




Willen i 




Mary, 174 


Mary, 


Bray fan 




. i'ji. 21 4. 215 




Ih, *4 












Susanna, i 






Timothy, 174 




. Franc is. 115 








■. rienrikus, 17 


Bi >oa, Cal 


■ . I"4 


.17 


1 


Sarin;. 


131, 13a 




iwer, Al ral 




1 lin. s; 








■ 






'. II« 


Brevoorl. Abraham. 1 




' 


Brown, — . i( 






■■-.. 18 










Annul 


Am 


Elizabeth, 22" 




lb- 1 








el. 222 




na, 90 






cminia. 






el. 114 




etnlmah, 162 












18, 24 
















.... 222 




Elenor, 




tlaria. Iti 




1 .1(1.2; 


1 1 


Mary, 99! 222 




1. 10 


Pamela, 171 




. ii 




i,m8 








' . Abraham, 90 




Hannal 




Ann, 90 




Isaac, 00 




1 .is. 90 








<*>, 9* 








1 ..hn.oo 
Mary, 90 




Takob, 16, 19. 22. y- 










.90. 9* 
























R . LN 


















in, Minna. 22 














ii . 121 










,ns 

1 










N 








Hi 










rryntje. 104 















Biyanl ... u; 

'■ 

II., 
lanu 

i.'i 

. . 100 
I 

I 0. 117 

I 

■ 





. 


■ 




. 
























- 




III 






































' «i 
























- 


III 
















III 








N 






I 








III 














»\ 






Hcnr) 








III 












III 




■ 




. 


Wnii 






Camilla. Mar] 






' 






















II .• 1 1 




M.u\. 1 












































- 














n, 2ii 






Mar] 


M ll 










I.r. Vnth 














lerem] i 










IH 






llN 






UN 


• 1 1 






tan, m 


». m 






















Maty, - 


lam. 




















B) 








11 ** 




ma. jj 
Hani 




| 100 






Martyi 










N 






- 












' . 













in, I ihn Mum) . i 
Llllai 

i- 

i 1. iu 
iB. 131 



131 



.hn, 131 

I 



.l.n 



Carre, mi 
i barter. Dai 

C.iin. no 
t, 185 

. 106. 2J.1 
Philip. 106. J33 
Cutter, J.inu. 111 

■ ID, !•*•- 

er, lit 



He 



. i-'i 



f , 1 .* 1 



M 



us. 122 






■ 

! MIL". 21 

iniily, 60 

■ 

r, I 

122 

■ 

Chamberlavn 

1. 196 
■ i. Cornelia. ;; 

141 

11 I, 1 1; 
1, M-, 




























I 



- 
— . 142 
Mar] 

Dnathao. 
lartha. 120 
Patty, 120 

Hem 

< 115 

ma, i7s 
-'42 
Chulhow. \ 

■ •'C, 30 

"1. > : i 

I lapp. Bl HI Hi; .11 M 

Han 

A • , 

family, 

I -. . .'i 

a 

Sar.r 

Clarltc. II 

115, 121 

i». 77 

Harriet Aahtoi 

L46, ii7 
M . II? 



ullv, ;; 
■ r , 1 1 3 



.M 



. 11; 

E .260 
Han 

Ruth, 250 

I r y t , 1 5 
Mary, 111, 212 

. 212 

.•'.I 

I ihn 

I hn, 

11.241 
Cadwallader, 187 

1 
[1 









• in. Hi 

: 



I 















1 111 








Eliza: 












nee, »jo 


• 


Will:.. 




Her. ijo 






1 <■. 103 




a, 104 




M 








1 


Oilman. Bci 










.. >Q 


■ 
















■■ 


Abraham, 17 


ics, 103 


Jcicn 


1 103 




















O .66 




w, 169 


1 >>nklm, A 










lsa;« 




















... 213 










' 


1. 41 




'. 43 




111 




|l, 121 






oho. 131 














.1. 1/ 












174 










- .ra. 30 






I..IIIP • 








N 






1 
















































'"» 








V 







tie, 17 






s 

R .71 

Edo.ir 

1. 30 









rUnd, 103 

1 ih. 54 

■ 
I 

John. 









1:1. 15, 31 

1(1 

\ni 

. , Hi 

<.>-<■ 7«. 1 47. W ' 









>-|0 

l-J 

: 

■ 
I Kan,* 



Index oj Noma in Volumt XXX. 






n Mini. iv. li' 

Ernest Howard, <■. 7 i. i 16, 
■ Si 

fan. 

Kende 1. 151 
Prankl d Butler, 148 
lie let 

... 151 
Gertrude Ralston, ■$■ 
1. i-.- 
Rutgers, 148, 151 



et, no 



II 

II 

Harriet Mien. 10 

Harrii I \ ihl 

Haxriei 1 -ha' a, 147. 150 
Helen Rutgers, 151 
Henry, 74, i ( - 
Henrj Ashton, 76, u^ 
Hcniv Kuln. 1-. 1 
Howard, 1 it, ur. 151 
ly. 14a 

..U7 

1 er. 149 
■ 
■ ir., ^ 
oneph, si . =. 7 
osepha. U7 
nsepha M.itilda. 147 

Hi D mal I, 148 
Josephine La Tourette. 
.' 

!. 151 

...1.7 

iy, 149 
d, 149 

1 4insing, l-l 

i ler, 151 






Margaret. 147, 148 

t H.i. *--. 11* 
1 Butler, 148 

Mary, -. ft, 146-148, 151 

Man K - isevi It, 1:1 
. 14a 

M it: la. I|7 

N 

Nich.ilas hvertson. 152 

K ., II ,n. 146 

I Ralston, 149 
Robert Kalslon. jr . 149 
RuIk. 

in, 1=2 
Walter Floyd. 151 
Willi... 
William Bed low, 5. 10.73, 

• 70. 146-14"'. I5S 
William Henry, 1,7. 148 

'Manna. 26, 167 
Catharine. 97 
family. 108 
.. 26 
Crowell. Charle- I 
Crues. W'm . 11; 
Cruder. Henry. 130 
Crygier, Ann. 213.230 
John. 220 
Nlary, 220 
Cuddeback, Bcniamin. 184 

... I«4 

fainilv. 230 
Je.. 

Culleo, Charle . 

Culpcpr" . 
Cummings, I 1 
Cumpston, Edwai 



Cunningham, El 1 1 
James Alexan 

Th„ni 
Cuts in, M 

ton, 27 
Catl 

th, 17 

ib, 131 
i inn ... I ihn, i.m 

Theop. 122 
. .'11,212 

Manassen, 73. 77 
Cult, John, :u 

Cu>lcr. d.> I 

Hen I. k. 11 . 15s 
1.241 

1. ypher, Sarah, i'jo. 227 

Dalamatar, Garret, it | 
Dalamater, Hannah, 213, 217 
213. 217 
I., 196 

M iry, 14a 
I >.ill\. Abraham, 160 
. 160 
Catherine, 160 
lobn, 159 
Lena. 159 
Mm. 159 
Dana, innette, 11 
James. 72 
I. A., u 

1 B.72 
R 1:1.72 
el, 72 
II.. 72 

. 72 
I ..nit irth, Desire, 10 
Pearl. 10 

th. 167 

: . ID? 

I S3, 234 

n.i. 154 
239 

nnj Lawrence, 2U 
ih, 2S1 
Jemima, 2:1 

M ■ s. 238 
Sylvanus, 251 
Darlingt in 

1 1. hi ..\, lane, is 

I i.,tt.n. Eliza .tli 221 

it. Ann. '.4 

Daniel. 94 
. lis 

Mar 

I 

.Mil. 121 
. 124 
I, I2| 

Dorol 

ih, 1.1 

11 
il 11 



- . I in,-, n 



ll.lM'tlt, .'(I 

A 

Ann., V 

Edward, 220 
:th, 55 
Ih, 212 

II. III! 

11 ler, 94, 16a, 223 

Hell', 

)ane, 162 
-•12 
. 161. 173. 

. 220 
M.ii.t (■ 
M irtha. 212 

Mary, M 

Michael. 222 

I. 212 

in, 96 
n, 162 
Dayton, Abraham, 42 

Ann. 224 

11 . 42 
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