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Prepared by William H. Blue, Seattle, WA

EXTENDED FAMILY of JOHN BLAW [1.]
FAMILY - A FAMILY - A
Frederick JANSS is the grandfather of John of Descendants of John BLAW (BLUE), d.1757 Somerset Co., NJ. In the early days of New Netherlands many of the settlers did not have surnames, but used the patronymic naming system. Thus, FrederickJANSS was "Frederick, son of Jan". After the British took over the colony, they required that everyone adopt a surname. In this compilation, when a person has no surname, patronymic names are italicized (e.g. Frederick JANSS)

A1

AFrederick JANSS (d.ca1653 or 1663), m. Grietien JANSS . The first record of this family, known to the compiler, comes from the Dutch colony of Pernambuco (now Recife) on the coast of Brazil. The first child of Frederick and Grietien, AnnaFREDERICKSE, was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of Pernambuco on 16 Dec 1646. Two more children, Jan and Aeltje, were baptized there in Aug 1649. It is not known if Jan and Aeltje were twins, but they probably were not, since twins do not appear in Jan’s family. The Dutch ruled Pernambuco until 1654. Two years earlier, Frederick’s family moved to New Amsterdam, for later records indicate that Jan FREDERICKSE (John son of Frederick) arrived in the colony in 1652. Frederick Janss died before 1653 (or 1663), for in that year his widow married Jan Pieterse STAATS in New  Amsterdam (per Ref. B1544). Ref. B1 indicates that this marriage took place in 1663, so Frederick may be the Frederick JANSZEN who was a sponsor at the baptisn of a child of Abraham PIETERSZEN and Elsje GERRITS at the New York Dutch Reformed Church on 22 Dec 1661. The compiler had originally concluded that this Frederick was the Frederick JANSEN who appears in the New Amsterdam records of the Dutch West India Co. on 30 May 1641. On that date he sued Claes Sybrantsen VERINGH forwages earned in making a canoe which had been delivered to VERINGH. Other records confirm that this Frederick was a "ship carpenter" and that he was from "Flensborch". Flensburg is a seaport in northern Germany, just south of the Danish border. In the 17th century Flensburg was located in Denmark. In 2001, Susannah NOE of Issaquah WA brought to the compiler's attention a website called "The Olive Tree Genealogy", created by Lorine McGinnis Schulze. This site includes her "reconstructed list of names of some of the survivors and dead on the Princes Amelia voyage from New Netherlands to  Netherlands in 1647". This ship sank off the coast of Wales on 27 Sep 1647. Among the dead were: "Frederik JANSZ from Flensburgh drowned" and "Metgen BARENTS drowned. Wife of Frederik JANSZ from Flensburgh." Therefore
there were at least two Frederick JANSS' in New Netherlands and ours was not the one from Flensburg. 
A.1* Anna FREDERICKSE (bp.1646), m. Pieter BUCKELEW (1644-1696).
A.2* Jan FREDERICKSE (BLAUW) (bp.1649), m. Aeltje JANS (b.ca1655).
A.3* Aeltje FREDERICKS (bp.1649-bef1684), m.1671 Jacob Corneliszen STILLE (1643-ca1711). Possible twin of Jan.
References: A1055, A1056, A1057, A1058, A1059, A1107, B1, B1544, C756, C1183, C1287, C1367

A2

A.1 Anna FREDERICKSE (bp.1646), m. Pieter BUCKELEW (1644-1696). She was baptized at Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Pieter's surname was spelled many ways by the various church and government clerks, such as BUKELEWE,BARTELJOENBOCKELJONBOKKELJOENBUCKLEW. In this publication we will use the modern version, BUCKELEW. Pieter was a son of William BUCCLEUCH who was with the military in Holland. Pieter and Anna owned land on Staten Island NY. In 1688 they moved to Middlesex Co. NJ and bought 100 acres of land on Chesequakes Creek.  In 1692 Pieter sold his "80 acres of land" on Staten Island. Anna is not mentioned on the deed, so she probably died  before that date

A.1.1 Peter BUCKELEW (b.ca1674), m. Helena WINTER.
A.1.2 Fredric BUCKELEW (bp.1676). baptized at the New York Dutch Reformed Church.
A.1.3 Annetie BUCKELEW (bp.1678). baptized at the New York Dutch Reformed Church.
A.1.4 Mary BUCKELEW
A.1.5 Margaret BUCKELEW
A.1.6 Isaac BUCKELEW (supposed).
A.1.7 Francis BUCKELEW (supposed).
References: A1058, A1059, C756, C1287, C1367

A.2 Jan FREDERICKSE (BLAUW) (bp.1649), m. Aeltje JANS (b.ca1655). Jan was baptized at Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. Aeltje Jans is believed to be the daughter of Jan Jansen de JONG, based on the 20 Nov 1662 New Amsterdam DRC baptism record for her sister, Dina. This family first appears in New Netherlands in the records of the Old First DESCENDANTS OF JOHN BLAW (BLUE), d.1757 SOMERSET CO., NJ 1939
EXTENDED FAMILY

Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn NY with the confirmation of "Aeltjen Jans, wife of Jan Frederiksen", on 11 June 1677. Since their first child was baptized on 9 December 1677, it is safe to assume that their marriage took place in early 1677 and that Aeltje was from a family not active in the church or one living away from the Brooklyn church. All of their children were baptized in the Brooklyn Church. In Holland and in the early Dutch settlements in North America, very few people adopted surnames, as we know them. They used what is called the patronymic naming style, i.e. a person was given a first name and adopted a second name which means "son (or daughter) of (father's first name)". This second name is characterized by the suffix, "se" or "sen". The only records pertaining to this couple, known to this compilor, use the patronymic form, with the possible exception of a 7 Sept 1698 baptismal record in the NY Reformed Dutch Church in which Jan Fredrikse BLAU and Aaltje SPLINTER, wife of Laurens WESSELS, witnessed the baptism of Annetje, daughter of Jacob KONINGK and Margreta PIETERS. No other records use the surname BLAUW, or any of its forms. However, many secondary references attribute the surnameBLAUW to them. Also, later records indicate that many of their children adopted BLAUW as a surname. Based on the patronymic style of their names, the father of Jan Frederickse was Frederick, which is confirmed in his baptism record.  In September 1687 Jan Frederickse signed an oath of allegiance in Kings County, Province of New York, which stated that he had been in the province for 35 years (meaning that he was not a native). This establishes the date of his arrival as 1652, indicating that he came as an infant, probably with his parents. The first record of Jan Frederickse, known to this compilor, is one dated 29 June 1674, in which he and Elsje Jans witnessed the baptism in the New York Reformed Dutch Church of Grietie, daughter of Jacob Corneliszen and Aeltie Fredricz (Jan's sister). The next is a tax assessment dated 20 Aug 1675 in "Breucklen". He is taxed for one poll (person), two cows and one morgan (two acres) of valley; valued at #30. By 1676 he had two horses, two cows and seven morgan of land; valued at #66. Seven years later, in 1683, he owned three horses, nine cows and 14 morgen of land; valued at #118.10. Clearly, Jan Frederickse was successful as a farmer and was rapidly accumulating wealth in the New World. It is interesting to note that one of his close neighbors, judging from the order of names on the 1676 tax list, was Jurian BLANCKE. Jurian BLANCK Jr. was a silversmith and was the maker of the Blue Silver Cup (see 1st Generation Family, page 1). The inscription, "IF", on the bottom of the cup probably identifies Jan Frederickse as the first owner of the cup. (Note that a capital J in those days was nearly identical to our I). The children of Jan Frederickse and Aeltje Jans, in general, moved west, into New Jersey. It is probable that their eldest son, Jan (John), lived for a while in Jamaica, Queens Co., before moving west. 


A.2.1 Jan BLAUW (bap.1677-1757), m. Grietje ___. This is John BLAW, the subject of this book, see page1 1.A.2.2 Margriet BLAUW (bap.1680). Possibly died young, since her name was repeated (A.2.4).
A.2.3* Abraham BLAUW (bap.1682), m1.1708 Grietje VAN BOERE, m2.1733 Elizabeth KRIGIER.
A.2.4 Grietje BLAUW (bap.1685).
A.2.5* Dinah BLAUW (bp.1687), m.1711 Michael DeMOTT II (bp.1686/7).
A.2.6* Elsje BLAUW (bap.1689), m.1707 Anthony DEMOTT.
A.2.7* Hendrick BLAUW (bap.1694), m.1719 Aeltje STAATS.
A.2.8 Elisabeth BLAUW (bap.1696). No further record.
References: A315, A319, A320, A321, C2, C38, C297, C298, C1267

A.3 Aeltje FREDERICKS (bp.1649-bef1684), m.1671 Jacob Corneliszen STILLE (1643-ca1711). Possible twin of Jan. She was baptized at Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil. They were married at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York (New Amsterdam). He was a son of Cornelius Jacobsen STILLE and Claesje THEUNIS. Jacob m2.1684 Marritje HENDRICK

A.3.1* Claesje Jacobs STILLE (bp.1672), m1.1692 Reynier Pietersen QUACKENBOSCH (b.ca1652), m2.1711 Jacob KONING.
A.3.2 Grietie Jacobs STILLE (bp.1674), m.1697 Wolfert WEBBERS.
A.3.3 Aefje Jacobs STILLE (bp.1677), m1.1698 Thomas SHERMER, m2.1712 Salomon JACOBS, m3.1727 Jacob PRYS.
A.3.4* Frederick Jacobuse WORTENDYKE (bp.1680-bef1771), m.1708 Divertje QUACKENBOS.
A.3.5* Cornelia Jacobs WORTENDYKE (b.1682), m. Elias SMIT.
References: A1055, A1058, A1059, C756, C1184

A3
A.1.1 Peter BUCKELEW (b.ca1674), m. Helena WINTER.
A.1.1.1 Annetje BUCKELEW (bp.1694).
References: C1367

A.2.3 Abraham BLAUW (bap.1682), m1.1708 Grietje VAN BOERE, m2.1733 Elizabeth KRIGIER. By 1711, this family had moved to Somerset Co. NJ, where they were witnesses to a baptism at the 1st Reformed Church, Raritan (Somerville). This is the same church attended by his brother, Hendrick, in the 1720's and 1730's

First marriage:
A.2.3.1* Altje BLAUW (b.1714), m.ca1732 Johannes POST (bap.1707).
References: A321, A322, C297, C299

 
A.2.5 Dinah BLAUW (bp.1687), m.1711 Michael DeMOTT II (bp.1686/7). She was born at Gowanus and baptized at the Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church, Kings Co. NY. He was baptized at Kingston, Ulster Co. NY. 
A.2.5.1 Magiel (Michael) DeMOTT, m.1737 Sarah DeMOTT.
A.2.5.2 Jan (John) DeMOTT
A.2.5.3 Margaret DeMOTT (b.1712), m.1730 Joose GOLDEN.
A.2.5.4 Aeltje DeMOTT (b.1718).
A.2.5.5* Anthony DeMOTT (1726-1808), m1.1747 Phoebe BEDELL, m2.1770 Phoebe REMSEN.
A.2.5.6 Antonie DeMOTT (b.1729).
References: C2, C297, C1176

A.2.6 Elsje BLAUW (bap.1689), m.1707 Anthony DEMOTT. They were married at Gowanus on Long Island

A.2.6.1* Antje DEMOTT (bp.1709), m. Albert VAN NOSTRAND.
References: C297, C298, C369, C1299

 
A.2.7 Hendrick BLAUW (bap.1694), m.1719 Aeltje STAATS. Hendrick was baptized at the Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn NY. They were married at Brooklyn and moved to Franklin Twp., Somerset Co. NJ. Their first two children were baptized at the New Brunswick Reformed Dutch Church and the last four were baptized at the 1st Reformed Church, Raritan (Somerville NJ). A 1784 will recorded in Somerset Co. NJ for a Hendrick BLAW mentions wife, Catrin. 
If this will belongs to this Hendrick, he had a second marriage

A.2.7.1 Antje BLAUW (b.1720). Bap. 25 Nov 1722 at New Brunswick NJ.
A.2.7.2 Abraham BLAUW (b.1723). Bap. 20 Sep 1724 at New Brunswick NJ.
A.2.7.3* Johannes BLAW (1724-1818), m.1757 Catherine VAN DOREN (1740-1794+).
A.2.7.4* Peter BLAW (1725-1811), m. Marya/Maria HUMPHREY.
A.2.7.5* Aeltje BLAUW (bp.1728), m. Deneys HEGEMAN (b.ca1725).
A.2.7.6* Elsie BLAW (1729-1776), m. Eldred SMITH.
A.2.7.7 Marya BLAW (bap.1734), m. _____ HOAGLAND.
A.2.7.8 Deyna V. Dervere BLAW (bap.1737), m. _____ WILLIAMSON.
[In addition to the preceding children, reference C895 lists Guetye BLAW (b.ca1731).]
References: A319, A322, A323, C297, C354, C851, C895

A3A
A.3.1 Claesje Jacobs STILLE (bp.1672), m1.1692 Reynier Pietersen QUACKENBOSCH (b.ca1652), m2.1711 Jacob KONING. She was born in New York and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York. Her marriages took place at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York

First marriage:
A.3.1.1 Jacob QUACKENBOSCH (b.1693), m.1716 Anna Elizabeth BROUWER (b.1694).
A.3.1.2 Marritje QUACKENBOSCH (b.1696), m.1716 Paulus HOPPE.
A.3.1.3 Johannas QUACKENBOSCH (b.1699), m.1726 Elizabeth HARTWICH.
A.3.1.4 Claas QUACKENBOSCH (b.ca1702).
A.3.1.5* Abraham QUACKENBOSCH (b.1705), m.1729 Susanna HELLING (b.1709).
Second marriage:
A.3.1.6 Jacob KONING (bp.1712).
A.3.1.7 Isaac KONING (bp.1714).
References: C1184

A.3.4 Frederick Jacobuse WORTENDYKE (bp.1680-bef1771), m.1708 Divertje QUACKENBOS. He was born in New York and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York. They were married at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York. She was a daughter of Reynier Pietersen and Lysbeth (MASTONQUACKENBOSCH. Frederick died at Tappan, Orange Co. NY

A.3.4.1* Aaltje WORTENDYKE (b.1709), m. Jan FLIERBOOM (bp.1706).
A.3.4.2 Reynier WORTENDYKE (1711-bef1714).
A.3.4.3* Reynier WORTENDYKE (1714-1808), m1.1746 Jannetje DURJE, m2.bef1753 Jannetie SMITH.
A.3.4.4 Elizabeth WORTENDYKE (1716-1722).
A.3.4.5* Jacob WORTENDYKE (ca1718-bef1794), m. Maria HARING.
A.3.4.6* Frederick WORTENDYKE (ca1720-bef1797), m1.1748 Sara DURJE, m2.1763 Margery RYER.
A.3.4.7 Elisabeth WORTENDYKE (1722-1724).
A.3.4.8 Elisabeth WORTENDYKE (1724-1724).
A.3.4.9* Claasie WORTENDYKE (1727-1789), m.1750 Johannes SMITH.
References: C1184

 A.3.5 Cornelia Jacobs WORTENDYKE (b.1682), m. Elias SMIT. She was born in New York and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York.
    A.3.5.1* Lea SMIT (d.bef1765), m.1747 Johannes SPIER.
References: C1184

 A4
A.2.3.1 Altje BLAUW (b.1714), m.ca1732 Johannes POST (bap.1707). He was baptized at the Raritan Reformed Dutch Church at Somerville NJ. Their first child was baptized at New Brunswick Reformed Dutch Church and the rest were baptized at the Raritan Church

A.2.3.1.1* Charity/Geertje POST (b.1733), m. Mathias SMOCK.
A.2.3.1.2 John/Johannes POST (b.1736).
A.2.3.1.3 Mary/Marretje POST (b.1739), m. Johannes BENNET.
A.2.3.1.4* Abraham POST (1741-1836), m1.ca1766 Catherine DEMOTT, m2. Sarah WYCKOFF?, widow of Simon KINNEY.
A.2.3.1.5* William/Willem POST (1744/5-1823), m. Susannah JUBERT.
A.2.3.1.6* Hendrick POST (1749-1830), m. Margaret COCK/COX
References: A322, C297, C299, C361, C376, C379, C1359

A.2.5.5 Anthony DeMOTT (1726-1808), m1.1747 Phoebe BEDELL, m2.1770 Phoebe REMSEN. He was born at Jamaica, Queens Co. NY. His first wife was born at Hempstead, Nassau Co. NY. They were married at St. Georges Protestant Episcopal Church in Hempstead. Anthony died in NY

First marriage:
A.2.5.5.1 Michael DeMOTT (b.1746/7), m. Elizabeth DeMOTT.
A.2.5.5.2* David DeMOTT (1748-1838), m.1776 Ann Elizabeth BREWER (b.1755).
A.2.5.5.3 Phebe DeMOTT (b.1754), m. _____ PECK.
A.2.5.5.4 Anne DeMOTT (b.1755), m. Robert DAVISON.
A.2.5.5.5 John DeMOTT (b.1758), m. Martha PEARSALL.
A.2.5.5.6 Anthony DeMOTT (b.1760), m.1783 Hannah BARKER.
References: C1176

A.2.6.1 Antje DEMOTT (bp.1709), m. Albert VAN NOSTRAND. He was a son of Aaron VAN NOSTRAND.
A.2.6.1.1 Elsje VAN NOSTRAND, m.1767 Daniel SMITH (b.ca1742).
A.2.6.1.2 Antoni VAN NOSTRAND, m. Mercy HENDRICKSEN.
A.2.6.1.3 Altje VAN NOSTRAND (bp.1733), m.1761 Michel GOLDER.
References: C1299

 
A.2.7.3 Johannes/John BLAW (1724-1818), m.1757 Catherine VAN DOREN (1740-1794+). Their children were baptized at the 6 Mile Run and Hillsborough Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset Co. NJ. She was a daughter of Abraham and Marrity VAN DOREN

A.2.7.3.1 Henry BLAW (b.1759). Never married.
A.2.7.3.2* Marya BLAW (b.1763), m. Minnah FISHER.
A.2.7.3.3 Altye BLAW (b.1769). Probably died young since name is repeated (A.2.7.3.4).
A.2.7.3.4 Aalte BLAW (b.1772). Never married.
A.2.7.3.5 Catrina BLAW (1776-1810). Never married.
A.2.7.3.6* Abraham BLAW (1781-1863), m.1812 Catherine QUICK (1793-1849).
References: A324, A325, C297, C354, C420

A.2.7.4 Peter BLAW (1725-1811), m. Marya/Maria HUMPHREY. He was baptized at the New Brunswick NJ Reformed Dutch Church. Their children were baptized at the New Brunswick, Six Mile Run and Hillsborough Reformed Dutch Churches in Somerset Co. NJ. His will was proved on 21 Mar 1811 in Somerset Co. NJ

A.2.7.4.1* Aaltje BLAW (bap.1755-1836), m. Simon STRYKER (1748-1838).
A.2.7.4.2* Stintje (Christina) BLAW (bap.1758), m. Minnah FISHER.
A.2.7.4.3 Hendrick BLAW (bap.1763).
A.2.7.4.4* Johnnes BLAW (bap.1765), m. Catherine VAN ZANDT.
A.2.7.4.5 Peter/Peterus BLAW (bap.1771). May have gone to Butler Co. OH.
A.2.7.4.6* Abraham BLAW (bap.1775), m. Maria VAN ZANDT.
A.2.7.4.7 Hettie BLAW, named in father's will.
References: A323, A324, A325, A326, B89, C297, C324

A.2.7.5 Aeltje BLAUW (bp.1728), m. Deneys HEGEMAN (b.ca1725). They both were born in NJ and she was baptized at the First Reformed Church at Raritan (Somerville), Somerset Co. NJ. He was a son of Jacobus and Janetje (VAN VEGHTENHEGEMAN. Based on the location of the baptisms of their children, this family moved from Somerset Co. ca1751 and went to Germantown, Columbia Co. NY and to Greene Co. NY. Deneys (Dennis) died in NY

A.2.7.5.1 Jakobus HEGEMAN (bp.1750). baptized at Six Mile Dutch Ref. Church, Somerset Co. NJ.
A.2.7.5.2 Alida HEGEMAN (bp.1752), m. William POWELL (b.1752). baptized at Germantown First Ref. Church, Columbia Co. NY.
A.2.7.5.3 Jannetje HEGEMAN (bp.1754), m. George SEARLES (b.1754). baptized at Catskill Dutch Ref. Church, Greene Co. NY.
A.2.7.5.4* Margrita HEGEMAN (1756-1833), m1. Nathaniel LUCAS (b.ca1753), m2.1781 James LAKE (1760-1839).
References: A322, C851, C895

A.2.7.6 Elsie BLAW (1729-1776), m. Eldred SMITH. She was baptized at the Raritan Reformed Dutch Church at Somerville, Somerset Co. NJ

A.2.7.6.1* Deyna SMITH, m. John BENNETT.
References: C297

A4A
A.3.1.5 Abraham QUACKENBOSCH (b.1705), m.1729 Susanna HELLING (b.1709). He was baptized at the New York Dutch Reformed Church, New York City. She was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. They were married at the Schraalenburg DRC. She was a daughter of Samuel and Jacquemina (DEMARESTHELLING

A.3.1.5.1* Rynier QUACKENBOS (1730-1807), m1.ca1755 Annatje VAN ORDEN, m2.1765 Sarah DURIE (1748-1809).
A.3.1.5.2 Jacomyntje QUACKENBOS (b.1735).
A.3.1.5.3 Abraham QUACKENBOS (b.1736).
A.3.1.5.4 Claesje QUACKENBOS (1738-bef1748).
A.3.1.5.5 Theunis QUACKENBOS (b.1742).
A.3.1.5.6 Claasje QUACKENBOS (b.1748).
References: C1184

A.3.4.1 Aaltje WORTENDYKE (b.1709), m. Jan FLIERBOOM (bp.1706). She was baptized at the New York Dutch Reformed Church, New York City. He was baptized at the Tappan Dutch Reformed Church, Rockland Co. NY. He was a son of Jacob and Maria (HARINGFLIERBOOM. Jan m2. Maria DECLARK

A.3.4.1.1 Jacob FLIERBOOM (b.1729).
A.3.4.1.2 Elizabeth FLIERBOOM (b.1731), m. Merselis MERSELIS.
A.3.4.1.3 Jannetje FLIERBOOM, m. Isaac DELAMETER.
References: C1184

A.3.4.3 Reynier WORTENDYKE (1714-1808), m1.1746 Jannetje DURJE, m2.bef1753 Jannetie SMITH. He was baptized at the New York Dutch Reformed Church, New York City. His first wife was a daughter of Pieter and Judith (DEMARESTDURJE. They were married at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. His second wife was a daughter of Cornelis and Sytje (MINNELAYSMITH. Reynier died at Park Ridge, Bergen Co. NJ, and is buried at Pascack Cemetery

First marriage:
A.3.4.3.1* Fredericus WORTENDYKE (1747-1819), m.1782 Vrouwtje DEMAREST.
A.3.4.3.2 Petrus WORTENDYKE (b.1749).


Second marriage:
A.3.4.3.3 Jannetje WORTENDYKE (1753-1817), m1.ca1774 Fredericus WORTENDYKE (b.1749) [A.3.4.6.1], m2.1803 Jacobus/James DEBAUN. Jannetje's children are listed under Fredericus' number in the 5th generation section. We know of no children from her second marriage.
A.3.4.3.4 Cornelius WORTENDYKE (b.1754). Died young.
A.3.4.3.5* Divertje WORTENDYKE (1755-ca1798), m.ca1776 Petrus ECKERSON.
A.3.4.3.6 Cornelius WORTENDYKE (1757-1822), m1.ca1782 Sophia VAN GIESEN, m2.1801 Hannah VAN BLARCOM.
A.3.4.3.7* Rynier WORTENDYKE (1759-1836), m1.1785 Annatje WESTERVELT, m2.ca1788 Annatje VESEURFORSHAY.
A.3.4.3.8 Johannis WORTENDYKE (b.1761). Died young.
A.3.4.3.9 Jacob R. WORTENDYKE (1764-1858), m.1792 Elizabeth CAMPBELL.
A.3.4.3.10 Maria WORTENDYKE (b.1766).
A.3.4.3.11 Aeltje WORTENDYKE (1767-1863), m.bef1800 Johannis DEBAUN.
A.3.4.3.12 Albert WORTENDYKE (1769-1847).
References: C1184

A.3.4.5 Jacob WORTENDYKE (ca1718-bef1794), m. Maria HARING. He was born in New York and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York. She is a daughter of Jan Cornelise and Amerencye (BLAUVELTHARING

A.3.4.5.1 Fredericus WORTENDYKE (b.1767).
References: C1184

A.3.4.6 Frederick WORTENDYKE (ca1720-bef1797), m1.1748 Sara DURJE, m2.1763 Margery RYER. He was born in New York and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church of New York. He married Sara at the Schraalenburg DutchReformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. She was a daughter of Pieter and Judith (DEMARESTDURJE. He married Margery in Orange Co. NY. She was a daughter of John and Susanna (RYERRYER. Frederick died at Pascack, Harrington Twp.,Bergen Co. NJ. He is buried at Park Ridge NJ

First marriage:
A.3.4.6.1* Fredericus WORTENDYKE (b.1749), m.ca1774 Jannetje WORTENDYKE [A.3.4.3.1]
A.3.4.6.2 Jannetje WORTENDYKE (1750-1815), m. Michael RYER
A.3.4.6.3 Jacobus WORTENDYKE (1752-1798), m. Sarah DURIE.
A.3.4.6.4* Marya WORTENDYKE (b.1754), m. Ryer RYER
A.3.4.6.5 Elisabeth WORTENDYKE (b.1756), m. Cornelius DEMAREST
A.3.4.6.6* Judeke WORTENDYKE (1757-1822), m. David 
A.3.4.6.7 Peter WORTENDYKE (1760-aft1797), m. Mettei/Martha DEMAREST (b.1762)
A.3.4.6.8 Reiner WORTENDYKE (1762-bef1797)

Second marriage:
A.3.4.6.9* Sarah WORTENDYKE (1764-1822), m. Carl DEBAUN (1759-1845)
A.3.4.6.10 Susanna WORTENDYKE (1766-bef1797)
A.3.4.6.11* Divertje/Deborah WORTENDYKE (1769-1848), m.ca1787 Abraham BANTA (1767-1837)
A.3.4.6.12* Margery WORTENDYKE (b.1771), m. Jacobus ANDERSON
A.3.4.6.13 *John WORTENDYKE (b.1774), m.1792 Elizabeth POST

References: C1184

A.3.4.9 Claasie WORTENDYKE (1727-1789), m.1750 Johannes SMITH (1723-1789). They both were baptized at the Tappan Dutch Reformed Church, Rockland Co. NY. They were married at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. Johannes died in Orange Co. NY

A.3.4.9.1 Maria SMITH (b.1751)
A.3.4.9.2 Frederick SMITH (1752-1821), m. Anna WANAMAKER (d.1840)
A.3.4.9.3 Cornelius SMITH (b.1755). Died young
A.3.4.9.4 Johannes SMITH (b.1756). Died young
A.3.4.9.5 Rynier SMITH (1758-1813), m. Grietje BLAUVELT
A.3.4.9.6* Elizabeth SMITH (b.1763), m. _____ HALSTEAD

References: C1184

A.3.5.1 Lea SMIT (d.bef1765), m.1747 Johannes SPIER. They were married at the Second River Reformed Church, Belleville, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.1* Johannes SPIER (b.1748), m. Aaltje "Alida" RYKE.
A.3.5.1.2* Elias SPIER (b.1750), m. Lena JACOBUSSE
A.3.5.1.3* Francois SPIER (b.1756), m. Catharina GERREBRANTSE.
A.3.5.1.4* Sarah SPIER (b.1758), m.ca1777 Adrian Peter POST (b.1755)
A.3.5.1.5 Cornelia SPIER (b.1761)
A.3.5.1.6* Rachel SPIER, m. Gerrit EGBERTS

References: C1184

A5
A.2.3.1.1 Charity/Geertje POST (b.1733), m. Mathias SMOCK. He was a grandson of Hendrick Matthyse SMOCK, who came from The Netherlands in 1654 and settled on Long Island. They had several children, among whom was: 
A.2.3.1.1.1 Mary SMOCK (b.1765), m. John DITMARS (d.1804)

References: C361

 
A.2.3.1.4 Abraham POST (1741-1836), m1.ca1766 Catherine DEMOTT, m2. Sarah WYCKOFF?, widow of Simon
KINNEY. He served in the Revolutionary War as a private in Capt. Coonrad TEN EYCK's company, Second Battalion, in which he fought at the Battle of Monmouth. Afterwards he became a Lieutenant in the 5th Co., 4th Battn. of NJ Troops in the Continental Army. He owned several lots of land in Hunterdon Co. NJ and the land was tilled largely by slaves
A.2.3.1.4.1 John POST (1767-1769)
A.2.3.1.4.2 John POST (1769-1772)
A.2.3.1.4.3 Ann POST (1772-1774)
A.2.3.1.4.4* Abraham POST (1774-1814), m. Mary TUTTLE
A.2.3.1.4.5 John POST (b.1779), m. Catharine KINNEY. Had two children, died in infancy
A.2.3.1.4.6* Henry Abraham POST (1782-1830), m1. 1803 Elizabeth WYCKOFF (1775-1808), m2.1809 Martha
ANDERSON (1783-1829)
A.2.3.1.4.7 Peter POST (b.1787-1788)
A.2.3.1.4.8 Peter A. POST (1792-1877), m. Catharine DALLEY. Died leaving no children

References: C299, C361, C376, C379

A.2.3.1.5 William/Willem POST (1744/5-1823), m. Susannah JUBERT. Their children were baptized at the Neshanic Reformed Church

A.2.3.1.5.1 John/Johannis POST (bap.1769)
A.2.3.1.5.2 Christoffel POST (bap.1771)
A.2.3.1.5.3 Abraham POST (bap.1774)
A.2.3.1.5.4 Aeltie POST (bap.1775)

References: A403, C1359

A.2.3.1.6 Hendrick POST (1749-1830), m. Margaret COCK/COX (b.1749). Their first five children were baptized at the Neshanic Reformed Church. Tunis was baptized at Raritan. Hendrick was a blacksmith. One daughter m. Garet DARLING
A.2.3.1.6.1 John POST (1769-1828
A.2.3.1.6.2 Cornelia POST (b.1771
A.2.3.1.6.3 Aeltie POST (b.1773)
A.2.3.1.6.4 William POST (b.1775)
A.2.3.1.6.5 Hendrick POST (1777-1780)
A.2.3.1.6.6 Margaret POST (b.1780)
A.2.3.1.6.7 Henry POST (b.1782)
A.2.3.1.6.8* Mary POST (b.1784), m. _____ _____
A.2.3.1.6.9 Gertrude POST (b.1786)
A.2.3.1.6.10 Tunis POST (b.1790)
A.2.3.1.6.11 Sarah W. POST (b.1793)
References: A322, A403, C299, C379

A.2.5.5.2 David DeMOTT (1748-1838), m.1776 Ann Elizabeth BREWER (b.1755). He was born at Hempstead, Nassau Co. NY

A.2.5.5.2.1 Charles DeMOTT (bp.1777)
A.2.5.5.2.2 David DeMOTT (bp.1778-1838), m.1810 Sarah SMITH
A.2.5.5.2.3* John DeMOTT (1782-1864), m.1807 Ann SNEDEKER (b.1788)
A.2.5.5.2.4 Charles DeMOTT (bp.1786), m.1812 Sarah SNEDECOR/SNEDEKER
A.2.5.5.2.5 Anthony DeMOTT (bp.1787), m.1810 Miriah BERGER
A.2.5.5.2.6 Ann DeMOTT (b.1788)

References: C1176

A5A
A.2.7.3.2 Marya BLAW (b.1763), m. Minnah FISHER

A.2.7.3.2.1* Margaret FISHER, m.1821 John FULKERSON
A.2.7.3.2.2 Maria FISHER
A.2.7.3.2.3 Catherine FISHER
A.2.7.3.2.4 Keziah FISHER
References: C297, C354

A.2.7.3.6 Abraham BLAW (1781-1863), m.1812 Catherine QUICK (1793-1849). He was born in NJ and baptized at the Hillsborough Reformed Dutch Church at Millstone, Somerset Co. NJ. Their first three children were baptized at the Lebanon Reformed Church, Hunterdon Co. NJ. The family moved to Seneca Co. NY where he was living (Covert) in 1850. She died in Seneca Co., according to the 1850 census mortality schedule. They are buried at Trumansburg, Tompkins Co. NY. She was a daughter of Abraham and Catherine (BEEKMANQUICK, and was baptized at the Harlingen Dutch Reformed Church

A.2.7.3.6.1 Mary Van Arsdale BLEW (b.1813). Died in infancy
A.2.7.3.6.2* Abraham Quick BLEW (1814-1881), m1. Elizabeth BIGGS, m2. Lydia A. CREQUE (b.ca1830)
A.2.7.3.6.3* John BLEW (1817-1882), m.1861 Henrietta Jane KELLOGG (1833-1902)
A.2.7.3.6.4 Jacob Shultz BLEW (1819-1893). Never married. Went to CA in 1849 and returned the next year. Died in San Diego CA. 
A.2.7.3.6.5 Manassa Minor York BLEW (1821-1822). Buried in Old Cemetery, Trumansburg NY.
A.2.7.3.6.6 Isaac BLEW (1823-1849). Never married. Died in Ulysses, Tompkins Co. NY
A.2.7.3.6.7 Ephraim BLEW (b.1825). Died at an early age
A.2.7.3.6.8* Marietta BLEW (1829-1887), m. Silas DICKERSON

References: A324, A327, B189, C297, C354, C420

A.2.7.4.1 Aaltje BLAW (bap.1755-1836), m. Simon STRYKER (1748-1838). She was baptized at Six Mile Run Dutch Reformed Church in Franklin Twp., Somerset Co. NJ. They are buried at the Bound Brook Presbyterian Churchyard in Bound Brook NJ. Her stone says "died Apr 2nd, 1836 in 78th year" and his says "died Mar 25th, 1838 in 88th year". They farmed 11 acres in the Eastern Precinct of Somerset Co. from 1784 to 1806

A.2.7.4.1.1* Mary STRYKER (b.1775), m. Joseph RIAL (d.1839)
A.2.7.4.1.2 Jacobus STRYKER (bp.1775). baptized at Millstone Dutch Reformed Church
A.2.7.4.1.3* Gertrude STRYKER (b.1780), m. Dennis VAN DUYN (1781-1861)
A.2.7.4.1.4 Elsie STRYKER (bp.1781). baptized at Millstone Dutch Reformed Church
A.2.7.4.1.5 Christina STRYKER, m.1834 John BENNET
A.2.7.4.1.6 Peter Simon STRYKER (1791-1834), m.1816 Mary PERRINE
A.2.7.4.1.2 Michael Field STRYKER (1799-1842)
References: A325, B89, C324, C391, C393

A.2.7.4.2 Stintje (Christina) BLAW (bap.1758), m. Minnah FISHER. She was baptized at New Brunswick NJ

A.2.7.4.2.1 Ellen FISHER, m. John BENNETT [A.2.7.6.1.2]. Their children are listed under his number in the 6th generation section

References: C354

A.2.7.4.4 Johnnes BLAW (bap.1765), m. Catherine VAN ZANDT. Their children were baptized at the HillsboroughReformed Dutch Church at Millstone, Somerset Co. NJ

A.2.7.4.4.1 Mary Ann BLAW (bap.1804)
A.2.7.4.4.2 Peter BLAW (bap.1810)
A.2.7.4.4.3 John BLAW (bap.1812)
A.2.7.4.4.4 Abraham BLAW (bap.1813). Living with brother John in Somerset Co. NJ in 1850

References: A324, C297

A.2.7.4.6 Abraham BLAW (bap.1775), m. Maria VAN ZANDT. He was baptized at the Hillsborough (Millstone) Reformed Dutch Church at Millstone, Somerset Co. NJ. Their first two children were also baptized at Hillsborough and the remaining children were baptized at the Raritan Reformed Church at Somerville

A.2.7.4.6.1 Maria BLAW (b.1804)
A.2.7.4.6.2 Letty BLAW (bp.1806)
A.2.7.4.6.2 Laurance BLAW (b.1808)
A.2.7.4.6.3 Eleanor BLAW (b.1811)
A.2.7.4.6.4* Barnabus Van Zandt BLAW (b.1813), m. Sally Ann _____ (1816-1857)
A.2.7.4.6.5 Sarah Swan BLAW (b.1823)

References: A322, A324, B188, C354

A.2.7.5.4 Margrita HEGEMAN (1756-1833), m1. Nathaniel LUCAS (b.ca1753), m2.1781 James LAKE (1760-1839). She was born in Somerset Co. NJ and baptized at the Catskill Dutch Ref. Church, Greene Co. NY. Nathaniel was from Washington Co. NY. James was born at Gravesend, LI, NY. They were married at Ernestown, Ontario, Canada. James was a son of John and Margaret (SNYDERLAKE, and grandson of Nicholas LAKE who sold 95 acres to John BLAW [1.] in Montgomery Twp., Somerset Co. in 1742. Margrita died at Odessa, Ontario, and James also died in Ontario

First marriage:
A.2.7.5.4.1 Susanna LUCAS (b.1775)
A.2.7.5.4.2 Aaltje LUCAS (bp.1778)
A.2.7.5.4.3* Denis LUCAS (b.1781), m1. Mary Ann STOVER (b.1786), m2. Christeen STOVER (b.1799)

Second marriage:
A.2.7.5.4.4 John LAKE (b.ca1782)
A.2.7.5.4.5 Benjamin LAKE (b.1784)
A.2.7.5.4.6* Jane LAKE (b.1785), m. Benjamin LAKE (b.1785)
A.2.7.5.4.7* James LAKE (1788-1874), m1. Mary LAKE (b.1795), m2. Elizabeth STOVER (b.1788), m3.1823 Philomelia
SMITH (1794-1873)
A.2.7.5.4.8 Margaret LAKE (b.1791), m. William/Willard MADSON/MADDEN(?)
A.2.7.5.4.9 Mary "Polly" LAKE (b.1794), m. Nathan FELLOWS
A.2.7.5.4.10 Sarah LAKE (b.ca1797), m. Thomas COTTON
A.2.7.5.4.11 Elizabeth LAKE (b.1799), m. Calvin Wooster MILLER

References: C851, C895

A.2.7.6.1 Deyna SMITH, m. John BENNETT
A.2.7.6.1.1 Eldred Smith BENNETT, m. Catherine VAN TINE
A.2.7.6.1.2* John BENNETT, m. Ellen FISHER [A.2.7.4.2.1]
A.2.7.6.1.3 Isaac BENNETT, m. Dorothea STAATS
A.2.7.6.1.4 Ellen BENNETT
A.2.7.6.1.5 Henry BENNETT, m. Maria HOOGLAND

References: C354

A5B
A.3.1.5.1 Rynier QUACKENBOS (1730-1807), m1.ca1755 Annatje VAN ORDEN, m2.1765 Sarah DURIE (1748-1809). He was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Tappan, Rockland Co. NY. Sarah was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ

First marriage:
A.3.1.5.1.1 Abraham QUACKENBOS (b.1756). Died young
A.3.1.5.1.2 James QUACKENBOS (b.1758)
Second marriage:
A.3.1.5.1.3 Annetje QUACKENBOS (b.1766)
A.3.1.5.1.4 Jannetje QUACKENBOS (b.1770)
A.3.1.5.1.5 Abraham QUACKENBOS (b.1773)
A.3.1.5.1.6 Jan/John QUACKENBOS (b.1777)
A.3.1.5.1.7 Susanna QUACKENBOS (b.1781)
A.3.1.5.1.8 Rachel QUACKENBOS (b.1785)
A.3.1.5.1.9 Samuel QUACKENBOS (b.1788)
References: C1184

A.3.4.3.1 Fredericus WORTENDYKE (1747-1819), m.1782 Vrouwtje DEMAREST. He was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Tappan, Rockland Co. NY. They were married in New York City. He died in New York City

A.3.4.3.1.1 Rynier WORTENDYKE (1783-1842)
A.3.4.3.1.2 Martha WORTENDYKE (b.ca1786)
A.3.4.3.1.3 Jannetje WORTENDYKE (b.1794)

References: C1184

A.3.4.3.5 Divertje WORTENDYKE (1755-ca1798), m.ca1776 Petrus ECKERSON. She was baptized at the Dutch
Reformed Church at Tappan, Rockland Co. NY

A.3.4.3.5.1 Marya ECKERSON
A.3.4.3.5.2 Jane ECKERSON
A.3.4.3.5.3 Matie ECKERSON
References: C1184

A.3.4.3.7 Rynier WORTENDYKE (1759-1836), m1.1785 Annatje WESTERVELT, m2.ca1788 Annatje VESEUR/
FORSHAY. He was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Paramus, Bergen Co. NJ. His second wife was a daughter of Johannes and Magdaleena (BANTAFERSEUR/VESEUR. Rynier died at New York City and is buried at Pascack Cemetery, Park Ridge, Bergen Co. NJ

First marriage:
A.3.4.3.7.1 Jannetje WORTENDYKE (b.1785)

Second marriage:
A.3.4.3.7.1 Annatye WORTENDYKE (b.1789)

References: C1184

A5C
A.3.4.6.1 Fredericus WORTENDYKE (b.1749), m.ca1774 Jannetje WORTENDYKE [A.3.4.3.3]. He was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. She was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Tappan, Rockland Co. NY. They were married at Paramus, Bergen Co. Jannetje is buried at Upper Saddle River, Bergen Co

A.3.4.6.1.1.1 Sarah "Sally" WORTENDYKE (1775-1844)
A.3.4.6.1.1.2 Rynier WORTENDYKE (b.1777). Died young
A.3.4.6.1.1.3 Marjory WORTENDYKE (1777-1854). Twin of Rynier
A.3.4.6.1.1.4 Jannetje WORTENDYKE (b.1781)
A.3.4.6.1.1.5 Frederick F. WORTENDYKE (1784-1860)
References: C1184

A.3.4.6.4 Marya WORTENDYKE (b.1754), m. Ryer RYER. She was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ

A.3.4.6.4/1 Jan RYER (bp.1780)
A.3.4.6.4.2 Sara RYER (b.1782)
A.3.4.6.4.3 Fredericus RYER (b.1785)
A.3.4.6.4.4* Michael RYER (b.1787), m.1809 Tryntje DELAMETER
A.3.4.6.4.5 Jacobus RYER (b.1790)
A.3.4.6.4.6 Soecke/Susanna RYER (b.1797)

References: C1184

A.3.4.6.6 Judeke WORTENDYKE (1757-1822), m. David PEEK. She was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. Judeke died ain Bergen Co. and is buried at Schraalenburg

A.3.4.6.6.1 Daniel PEEK (b.1782)
A.3.4.6.6.2 Sara PEEK (b.1785)
A.3.4.6.6.3 Raachje PEEK (b.1789)
A.3.4.6.6.4 Jannetje PEEK (b.1791)

References: C1184

A.3.4.6.9 Sarah WORTENDYKE (1764-1822), m. Carl DEBAUN (1759-1845). She was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Paramus, Bergen Co. NJ. He was baptized at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. He was a son of Isaac and Maria (ECKERSONDEBAUN. Sarah is buried at Pascack Cemetery, Park Ridge, Bergen Co

A.3.4.6.9.1 Maria DEBAUN (b.1790)
A.3.4.6.9.2 Jannitje DEBAUN (1797-1883)
A.3.4.6.9.3 Sarah "Sally" DEBAUN (1801-1823)
A.3.4.6.9.4 Elizabeth DEBAUN (b.1805)

References: C1184

A.3.4.6.11 Divertje/Deborah WORTENDYKE (1769-1848), m.ca1787 Abraham BANTA (1767-1837). She was born in Bergen Co. NJ and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Paramus, Bergen Co. Deborah and Abraham died in Bergen Co

A.3.4.6.11.1* Samuel BANTA (1788-1870), m.1816 Margaret VALENTINE (1795-1877)
A.3.4.6.11.2* Elizabeth BANTA (1789-bef1818), m.1809 Barant "Barney" WINTER (ca1783-bef1840)
A.3.4.6.11.3* Margery BANTA (1792-1870), m.1809 Henry W. WINTER (1779-1865)
A.3.4.6.11.4* Abraham BANTA (1797-1874), m.1816 Cornelia CROUTER (1798-1871)
A.3.4.6.11.5* Deborah/Divertje BANTA (1800-1869), m.1819 John J. STRAUT (ca1797-1869)
A.3.4.6.11.6* Judith BANTA (1803-1886), m1.bef1824 Peter C. KNIGHT/KONIGHT (1800-1850), 
      m2. John R. COE

A.3.4.6.11.7* Thomas A. BANTA (b.1806), m. Maria ACKER/ACKERSON (1807-1880)

References: C1184

A.3.4.6.12 Margery WORTENDYKE (b.1771), m. Jacobus ANDERSON. She was born in Bergen Co. NJ and was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Paramus, Bergen Co

A.3.4.6.12.1 Rebecca ANDERSON (b.1799)

References: C1184

A.3.4.6.13 John WORTENDYKE (b.1774), m.1792 Elizabeth POST. He was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Tappan, Rockland Co. NY. They were married at the Schraalenburg Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen Co. NJ. She was a daughter of Peter and Nancy (VAN AULENPOST

A.3.4.6.13.1 Marjory WORTENDYKE (1794-1864), m.1813 Abraham POST (1793-1847)
A.3.4.6.13.2 Fredrik WORTENDYKE (b.1798)
A.3.4.6.13.3 Metje WORTENDYKE (b.1801)
A.3.4.6.13.4 Elizabeth WORTENDYKE (b.1814). Died young
A.3.4.6.13.5 Elizabeth WORTENDYKE (b.1817)

References: C1184

A.3.4.9.6 Elizabeth SMITH (b.1763), m. _____ HALSTEAD. She was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Tappan, Rockland Co. NY

A.3.4.9.6.1 Jonas HALSTEAD
References: C1184

A5D
A.3.5.1.1 Johannes SPIER (b.1748), m. Aaltje "Alida" RYKE. He was baptized at the Second River Dutch Reformed Church, Belleville, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.1.1 Sara SPIER (b.1777)

References: C1184

A.3.5.1.2 Elias SPIER (b.1750), m. Lena JACOBUSSE. He was baptized at the Second River Dutch Reformed Church, Belleville, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.2.1 Lea SPIER (b.1772)
A.3.5.1.2.2 Aaltje SPIER (b.1780)
A.3.5.1.2.3 (Child) SPIER (b.1784)

References: C1184

A.3.5.1.3 Francois SPIER (b.1756), m. Catharina GERREBRANTSE. He was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Acquackanonk, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.3.1 Jannetje SPIER (b.1782)
A.3.5.1.3.2 Sarah SPIER (b.1789)
A.3.5.1.3.3 Elias SPIER (b.1791)
A.3.5.1.3.4 Gerret SPIER (b.1794)

References: C1184

A.3.5.1.4 Sarah SPIER (b.1758), m.ca1777 Adrian Peter POST (b.1755). She was baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Acquackanonk, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.4.1 Leya POST (b.1778)
A.3.5.1.4.2 Petrus POST (b.1781)
A.3.5.1.4.3 Johannes A. POST (b.1784)
A.3.5.1.4.4 Elias POST (b.1791)

References: C1184

A.3.5.1.6 Rachel SPIER, m. Gerrit EGBERTS. Their children were baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church at Acquackanonk, Essex Co. NJ

A.3.5.1.6.1 Marretje EGBERTSE (bp.1786)
A.3.5.1.6.2 Selly EGBERTSE (bp.1795)

References: C1184

A6
A.2.3.1.4.4 Abraham POST (1774-1814), m. Mary TUTTLE

A.2.3.1.4.4.1 Maria POST
References: C361

A.2.3.1.4.6 Henry Abraham POST (1782-1830), m1. 1803 Elizabeth WYCKOFF (1775-1808), m2.1809 Martha
ANDERSON (1783-1829). He lived on land in Hunterdon Co. NJ previously owned by his father. Elizabeth was a
daughter of Simon and Jemima (ANDERSONWYCKOFF. Martha was a daughter of George and Anna (WYCKOFFANDERSON

First marriage:
A.2.3.1.4.6.1 Simon POST (1805-1805)
A.2.3.1.4.6.2* John Demott POST (b.1807), m1. Jane VAN CLEEF, m2. Catharine Maria RISLER

Second marriage:
A.2.3.1.4.6.3* Abraham POST (b.1810), m1.1834 Amy (Ann?) Eliza HERBERT, m2. Catharine FOSTER
A.2.3.1.4.6.4* Anne POST (1811-1880), m. Joseph THOMPSON
A.2.3.1.4.6.5 Henry POST (b.1816), m1. Mary McGRADY, m2. Eliza (Ann?) STEVENSON
A.2.3.1.4.6.6* Catharine POST (b.1818), m.1843 Aaron (John?) ALPAUGH
A.2.3.1.4.6.7* Elizabeth POST (b.1821), m1. Peter V. MELICK, m2. Peter DEMOTT
A.2.3.1.4.6.8* George Anderson POST (1822-1914), m.1858 Marilla SMITH (1833-1911)
A.2.3.1.4.6.9* Peter Quick POST (b.1824), m. Rebecca HOFFMAN

References: C361, C376

A.2.3.1.6.8 Mary POST, m. _____ _____

A.2.3.1.6.8.1 Peter Q. _____
A.2.3.1.6.8.2 "Bunny" _____

References: C379

A.2.5.5.2.3 John DeMOTT (1782-1864), m.1807 Ann SNEDEKER (b.1788). He was born at Hempstead, Nassau Co. NY

A.2.5.5.2.3.1 Lydia DeMOTT (1807-1876), m.1826 Green M. DODALL
A.2.5.5.2.3.2 Elizabeth DeMOTT (1810-1862), m.1848 Samuel B. HICKS
A.2.5.5.2.3.3 Isaac DeMOTT (1813-1877), m.1833 Jane SIMONSON
A.2.5.5.2.3.4 David DeMOTT (1816-1870), m1. Eleanor DeMOTT, m2. Sarah Ann DeMOTT
A.2.5.5.2.3.5* Daniel DeMOTT (1818-1899), m.1840 Harriet Valentine COMBES (b.ca1822)
A.2.5.5.2.3.6 Lorena DeMOTT (1824-1827)
A.2.5.5.2.3.7 Matilda DeMOTT (1826-1827)
A.2.5.5.2.3.8 John L. DeMOTT (1829-1849)
A.2.5.5.2.3.9 Alfred DeMOTT (1830-1895), m.1853 Lydia Marion SMITH
A.2.5.5.2.3.10 Saedeker DeMOTT (1831-1834)

References: C1176

A6A
A.2.7.3.2.1 Margaret FISHER, m.1821 John FULKERSON
A.2.7.3.2.1.1* Margaret Maria FULKERSON (b.1822), m.1846 Adam SEBRING
A.2.7.3.2.1.2* Catherine Keziah FULKERSON, m. Randolph FIELD.
References: C354

A.2.7.3.6.2 Abraham Quick BLEW (1814-1881), m1. Elizabeth BIGGS, m2. Lydia A. CREQUE (b.ca1830). He was
baptized at the Lebanon Reformed Church in Hunterdon Co. NJ. Abraham and Lydia lived in Ulysses, Tompkins Co. NY in 1880. He died of cancer and is buried at Grove Cemetery at Trumansburg NY

First marriage: No issue

Second marriage:
A.2.7.3.6.2.1 Ellen Bertha BLEW (1871-1925), m.1911 Orson W. CLOSE

References: B188, B603, C297, C354

A.2.7.3.6.3 John BLEW (1817-1882), m.1861 Henrietta Jane KELLOGG (1833-1902). He was born in NJ and she was born at Skaneateles, Onondaga Co. NY. They were married at Trumansburg, Tompkins Co. NY

A.2.7.3.6.3.1* Frederick Kellogg BLEW (b.1866), m1.1890 Gertrude Folsom MICHENER, m2.1903 Elizabeth Victoria Maude HALL (b.1877)

References: C297, C354

A.2.7.3.6.8 Marietta BLEW (1829-1887), m. Silas DICKERSON. She died at Portland OR

A.2.7.3.6.8.1 Frank DICKERSON
A.2.7.3.6.8.2 Catherine DICKERSON
References: C354

A.2.7.4.1.1 Mary STRYKER (b.1775), m. Joseph RIAL (d.1839). She was born at Bound Brook NJ. They moved from NJ to Ovid and Covert, Seneca Co. NY, bought and sold property, and eventually moved to Steuben Co. NY. They died atCorning, Steuben Co. NY

A.2.7.4.1.1.1* Simon Stryker RIAL (1801-1860), m. Caroline YOUNG (1818-1887)
A.2.7.4.1.1.2 John RIAL (b.1820). Born in NJ
A.2.7.4.1.1.3 Jane RIAL
A.2.7.4.1.1.4 Marcia RIAL, m. John CARVER

References: C324, C391

A.2.7.4.1.3 Gertrude STRYKER (b.1780), m. Dennis VAN DUYN (1781-1861)

A.2.7.4.1.3.1* Peter Stryker VAN DUYN (1815-1886), m.1840 Jane Chivis DOTY (1815-1887)

References: C393

A.2.7.4.6.4 Barnabus Van Zandt BLAW/BLUE (b.1813), m. Sally Ann _____ (1816-1857). They both were born in NJ and lived at Ovid, Seneca Co. NY. Sally Ann is buried at the Abram Covert Farm Cemetery. Some records call her Nancy AnnBLUE

A.2.7.4.6.4.1 Martha J. BLUE (b.ca1839)
A.2.7.4.6.4.2 Nancy A. BLUE (1841-1841)
A.2.7.4.6.4.3* Abram BLUE (b.ca1843), m. Mary M. _____(b.1849)
A.2.7.4.6.4.4 Mary E. BLUE (b.ca1845)
A.2.7.4.6.4.5 Ellen A. BLUE (b.ca1847)
A.2.7.4.6.4.6 Sarah BLUE (b.ca1849)
A.2.7.4.6.4.7 Henriette BLUE
A.2.7.4.6.4.8* Barney V. BLUE (b.1855), m. Mary E. _____ (b.1854). Probable son, needs confirmation

References: B188, B189, B308, B309

A6B
A.2.7.5.4.3 Denis LUCAS (b.1781), m1. Mary Ann STOVER (b.1786), m2. Christeen STOVER (b.1799). He was born at White Creek, Washington Co. NY

A.2.7.5.4.3.1 Valentine LUCAS (b.1803), m. Sarah PERRY (b.ca1805)

References: C895

A.2.7.5.4.6 Jane LAKE (b.1785), m. Benjamin LAKE (b.1785). They both were born at White Creek, Washington Co. NY

A.2.7.5.4.6.1* William LAKE (b.1805), m. Lucinda STAFFORD (b.1806)
A.2.7.5.4.6.2 Stephen LAKE (b.1807)
A.2.7.5.4.6.3* Dennis LAKE (b.1808), m. Hester SHIBLEY
A.2.7.5.4.6.4 Margaret LAKE (b.1811), m. Christopher CAVENELL
A.2.7.5.4.6.5* Ira LAKE (b.1813), m. Hester Ann WARTMAN (b.1824)
A.2.7.5.4.6.6 Catherine LAKE (b.1815)
A.2.7.5.4.6.7 John LAKE (b.1817)
A.2.7.5.4.6.8 Mary LAKE (b.1819)
A.2.7.5.4.6.9 Jane LAKE (b.1821)
A.2.7.5.4.6.10 Leah LAKE (b.1823)
A.2.7.5.4.6.11 Harriet LAKE (b.1825), m. _____ CARBET

References: C895

A.2.7.5.4.7 James LAKE (1788-1874), m1. Mary LAKE (b.1795), m2. Elizabeth STOVER (b.1788), m3.1823 Philomelia SMITH (1794-1873). He was born at White Creek NY (C851 says this is in Rensselaer Co., but B1183 says it is in Washington Co. There was a "Lake Patent" of land in White Creek, Washington Co.). Mary was born at Ernestown, Ontario, Canada. Elizabeth was born at Kingston, Ontario. Philomelia was born at Brookfield, Orange Co. VT. They were married at Ernestown. She was a daughter of Parker and Sarah (LOOMISSMITH. James and Philomelia died at Oxford, Franklin Co. ID

First marriage:
A.2.7.5.4.7.1 George LAKE (b.1810)
A.2.7.5.4.7.2* Dennis LAKE (b.1812), m. Mary Ann PICKLE
A.2.7.5.4.7.3 Cyrus LAKE (b.1814)
A.2.7.5.4.7.4 Mary LAKE (b.1815)

Second marriage:
A.2.7.5.4.7.5 Julia LAKE (b.1817)
A.2.7.5.4.7.6 Lawrence LAKE (b.1818), m. Elizabeth CHRISSMAN
A.2.7.5.4.7.7 James LAKE (b.1821)

Third marriage:
A.2.7.5.4.7.8* Sabra LAKE (b.1824), m1. William Wilkinson DIXON (b.1818), m2. Ida HARRIS
A.2.7.5.4.7.9* William Bailey LAKE (b.1826), m1. Sarah Jane MARLER (b.1834), m2. Lovina JONES (b.ca1845), m3Louisa Ann GARNER (b.1843)
A.2.7.5.4.7.10* Barnabas LAKE (b.1827), m1. Electa/Fanny A.? SNYDER (b.1828), m2. Lucy Jane HERRICK (b.1827)
A.2.7.5.4.7.11* Clarissa/Clara LAKE (1828-1900), m.1847 Pleasant Green TAYLOR (b.1827)
A.2.7.5.4.7.12* Jane LAKE (b.1830), m1. Stephen ORDWAY, m2. Joseph TAYLOR (b.1825)
A.2.7.5.4.7.13* Lydia Ann LAKE (b.1832), m. Price Williams NELSON (b.1822)
A.2.7.5.4.7.14 Moroni LAKE (b.ca1833)
A.2.7.5.4.7.15 Samantha LAKE (b.1835), m. Noah BRIMHALL (b.1826)
A.2.7.5.4.7.16 George LAKE (b.1838), m1. Louisa Ann GARNER (b.1843), m2. Sarah Jane HILL (b.1844),  m3. Mary Etta FOSTER (b.1852)
A.2.7.5.4.7.17 Sarah Amanda LAKE (b.1841)

References: B1183, C851, C895

A.2.7.6.1.2 John BENNETT, m. Ellen FISHER

A.2.7.6.1.2.1 Dyna BENNETT
A.2.7.6.1.2.2 Margaret BENNETT
A.2.7.6.1.2.3 Mary L. BENNETT
A.2.7.6.1.2.4 Sarah BENNETT
References: C354

 

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