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Sobriety Hilton1

b. circa 1632, d. 31 January 1717/18
  • Father*: Edward Hilton2 b. 5 Jun 1596, d. bt Oct 1670 - 6 Mar 1671
  • Mother*: a wife (name unknown)2
  • Sobriety Hilton was born circa 1632.2
  • She married Henry Moulton, son of John Moulton and Anne Green, on 20 November 1651.1
  • Sobriety Hilton died on 31 January 1717/18 ; aged 85 years.2

Citations

  1. [S931] William Haslet Jones, "The English Background of Some Early Settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire From Ormesby St. Margaret, Norfolk: The Moulton Family", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.141, p.313- (1987): p.327. Hereinafter cited as "Moulton; NEHGR 141:313-."
  2. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of Edward Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.

Sobriety Hilton1

b. circa 1685
  • Father*: Edward Hilton1
  • Mother*: Anne Dudley1

Family: Jonathan Hilton b. c 1680, d. b 1749

Citations

  1. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  2. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.11. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  3. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.33. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  4. [S1669] John R. Eastman, History of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire: 1751-1906 (Concord, NH: Rumford Print Co., 1910), p.189. Hereinafter cited as Hist. of Andover, NH.
  5. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.34. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

Sobriety Hilton1

b. circa 1720
  • Sobriety Hilton was born circa 1720 at Exeter, New Hampshire.1
  • She married Ebenezer Sallows at Beverly, Massachusetts, on 29 July 1740.1

Citations

  1. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.34. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

Sofia Hilton1

Family: John Daniels

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 7:22. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Stilson Hilton1

b. circa 1701, d. circa 1741
  • Stilson Hilton was born circa 1701.
  • He married Hannah Severy at Marbelhead, Massachusetts, on 7 February 1721.1
  • Stilson Hilton died circa 1741.1

Family: Hannah Severy

  • Stilson Hilton1
  • Hannah Hilton1
  • Elizabeth Hilton1
  • Thomas Hilton1
  • Hannah Hilton1
  • Amos Hilton1
  • Samuel Hilton1

Citations

  1. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.187. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

Susanna Hilton1

b. circa 1633, d. 9 January 1715/16
  • Father*: Edward Hilton1 b. 5 Jun 1596, d. bt Oct 1670 - 6 Mar 1671
  • Mother*: a wife (name unknown)1
  • Susanna Hilton was born circa 1633.1
  • She married Christopher Palmer, son of William Palmer and a wife (name unknown), at Hampton, New Hampshire, on 7 November 1650.1,2
  • Susanna Hilton died on 9 January 1715/16 at Hampton, New Hampshire; aged 82 years.1

Family: Christopher Palmer

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of Edward Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  2. [S1670] William Linclon Palmer, "Some Descendants of William Palmer of Watertown, Mass. and Hampton, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 68, p.259 (1914): p.260. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 68:259."

Theodore Hilton1

b. circa 1721, d. between 15 January 1765 and 3 May 1767
  • Father*: Joseph Hilton1 b. c 1681, d. bt 4 Apr 1751 - 1 May 1767
  • Mother*: Rebecca Atkinson1
  • Theodore Hilton was born circa 1721 at Exeter, New Hampshire.2
  • He married Mary Sinclair, daughter of Richard Sinclair and Catherine Stevens, at probably Stratham, New Hampshire, circa 1746.1,3
  • Theodore Hilton died between 15 January 1765 and 3 May 1767 at Newmarket, New Hampshire.3
  • Theodore Hilton resided at Newmarket, New Hampshire.1,3
  • Administration of Theodore Hilton's estate was granted on 29 March 1769 to Joseph Hilton of Newmarket.3
  • The birth records of his children were recorded in the Newmarket Town Records in 1802 by his son Joseph Hilton. They did not include the daughter Hannah, who has been added to the family by various published accounts.4

Family: Mary Sinclair

  • Col. Joseph Hilton4
  • Mary Hilton4
  • Richard Hilton4
  • a child Hilton4
  • William Hilton4
  • Sarah Hilton4
  • Nathaniel Hilton4
  • Hannah Hilton4

Citations

  1. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  2. [S1662] Winfred Lovering Holman, "The Progeny of Ensign Joseph Hilton of Newmarket, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.124, p.287 (Oct 1970): see p.293. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 124:287."
  3. [S1662] Winfred Lovering Holman, "The Progeny of Ensign Joseph Hilton of Newmarket, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.124, p.287 (Oct 1970): see p.299. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 124:287."
  4. [S1662] Winfred Lovering Holman, "The Progeny of Ensign Joseph Hilton of Newmarket, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.124, p.287 (Oct 1970): see p.300. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 124:287."

Thomas Hilton1

b. 16 May 1742
  • Thomas Hilton was baptized on 16 May 1742 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Pieter Joons, Annatje Van Zanten.1
  • He married Nency Cadoghan before May 1777.2

Family: Nency Cadoghan

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:93. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  2. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 6:52. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  3. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 6:69. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  4. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 6:71. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Thomas Hilton1

b. 14 August 1715
  • Thomas Hilton was baptized on 14 August 1715 at Marbelhead, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.187. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

Willem Hilton1

b. 12 October 1773
  • Willem Hilton was baptized on 12 October 1773 at Coxsackie Dutch Reformed Church, Greene Co., New York; sponsors Petrus Conine, Neeltje Sibertse.2
  • He married Catherine Livingston, daughter of Johannes Livingston, at Dutch Reformed Churches of Helderbergh, Jerusalem, New Salem and Princetown, Albany Co., New York, on 9 August 1798 "William Hilton son of Adam of Helderbergh and Catherine Livingston daughter of Johannes."3

Citations

  1. [S1648] NYG&BS, "Baptisms of the Dutch Reformed Church of Coxsackie, Greene County, New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.88, 89 (1957-58): 88:215. Hereinafter cited as "Coxs. Recs."
  2. [S1648] NYG&BS, "Baptisms of the Dutch Reformed Church of Coxsackie, Greene County, New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.88, 89 (1957-58): 88:216. Hereinafter cited as "Coxs. Recs."
  3. [S1808] "Marriages of the Dutch Reformed Churches of Helderbergh, Jerusalem, New Salem and Princetown, New York, 1795-1855", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.94, 95 (1963, 1964): 94:88. Hereinafter cited as "Marriages of Dutch Reformed Churches, 1795-1855; NYGBR 94 (1963)."

Willem Barrington Hilton1

b. 26 May 1779
  • Willem Barrington Hilton was born on 26 May 1779.1
  • He was baptized on 30 May 1779 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Thoms. Hilton, Catharina Druly.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 6:69. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

William Hilton1

b. circa 1665, d. 1749

  • William Hilton was possibly born circa 1665 at England (said to be 21 years old in 1686).2
  • He married first at St. James, Duke's Place, London, England, on 23 November 1685 Sarah Hebb.3
  • William Hilton married second at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, on 6 April 1693 Anna Adamse Brouwer, daughter of Adam Brouwer and Magdalena Jacobs Verdon.4
  • William Hilton died in 1749 at Albany, New York.5
  • He was buried at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.5
  • Surname is also spelled Hilte; or Hilten.
  • William, may be the William Hilton, born 25 Sep 1661 and baptized 2 Oct 1661 at St. Peter, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, the son of William Hilton, at least some descendants tend to believe this. Evidence that connects the William Hilton born and baptized at Leeds, to the William Hilton who married and lived at Albany, New York, has yet to be found.6
  • He was an innkeeper, and was often referred to as William "the Elder." Family resources say that he was born in England and immigrated from Leeds in Yorkshire in 1686 at age 21. He possibly came to America while in military service. In 1697 he was listed as a private in Colonel Richard Ingoldsby's company of Grenadiers.5
  • William Hilton and Anna Adamse Brouwer resided at Albany, New York; in the city's First Ward in the location known as Southside, or "Cheapside."7
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Jochem Ratelief , son of Jan Ratelief and Rachel Jochumsz, on 24 November 1697 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors William Hilton, Maria Rosenboom).8
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Betty Drake , daughter of Josias Janszen Drats and Aeltje Adamse Brouwer, on 15 January 1699 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (sposnors Willem Hiltin, Johana Kaer).9,10
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of William Barrith , son of Robert Barrith and Wyntje Jansz, on 18 January 1699 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors William Hilten, Cornelia Gilberts).11
  • William Hilton was a freeholder at First Ward, Albany, New York, in 1720.12
  • A short biography of William Hilton, written by Stephen Bielinsky can be found online at "The People of Colonial Albany Live Here" website. Regarding William he states that "By 1699, these Hiltons had settled permanently in Albany where he was brought to court for not being qualified to trade. Two years later, he was ordered to stop trading until he was "qualified as a freeman." In July 1699, he obtained a lot on Albany's Southside - in an area populated by a number of soldier families. For the next half century, William (alias Willem K.) Hilton was a first ward mainstay. His name appeared on community rolls as a taxpayer and freeholder." A few databases found in internet searches have claimed William as a member of the very extensive and well documented Hilton family who were pioneer settlers of coastal New Hampshire and Maine in the mid 1600's. Although the name William is common in the New England Hilton family (as is the name Richard, and one of William's sons is named Richard) no conclusive evidence has been found to link this William Hilton to the New England family.
  • January 2013: That the William Hilton, born and baptized in 1661 at Leeds, West Yorkshire, is the same as the William Hilton who married Sarah Hebb in London in 1685, and in turn is the same William Hilton, who as a widower of Sarah Ebb, married Antje Berkove (Anna Brouwer) in Albany in 1693, needs further proof.

Family: Anna Adamse Brouwer b. c 1666, d. 25 Feb 1748

Citations

  1. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 24:169-170. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  2. [S1686] Stephen Bielinski,"William Hilton", online http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/bios/h/wmhilton.html. , States that he was age 21 in 1686. Hereinafter cited as William Hilton.
  3. [S5119] Ancestry.com,"London, England, Baptisms. Marriages, and Burials, 1538-1812." Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2010. Online www.ancestry.com., Retrieved January 2013. London Metropolitan Archives, St. James Duke's Place, Register of marriages, 1664-1692, P69/JS1/A/002/MS07894, Item 001. Hereinafter cited as London, Eng. BMB 1538-1812.
  4. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 1:26. William Hilte, widr of Sara Ebb, and Antje Berkove, of N.Y.. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  5. [S1686] Stephen Bielinski,"William Hilton", online http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/bios/h/wmhilton.html. . Hereinafter cited as William Hilton.
  6. [S5118] Ancestry.com,"West Yorkshire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1512-1812." Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Online www.ancestry.com., Retrieved January 2013. Digital image of record pages. From West Yorkshire Archive Service; Wakefield, Yorkshire, England; Yorkshire Parish Records. (It has not been determined if this record belongs to the William Hilton who married Sara Hebb in London in 1685, and married Anna Brouwer in Albany in 1693). Hereinafter cited as West Yorkshire BMB 1512-1812.
  7. [S1686] Stephen Bielinski,"William Hilton", online http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/bios/h/wmhilton.html. , see http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/wards.html#1. Hereinafter cited as William Hilton.
  8. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 1:76. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  9. [S2763] W.H. Stillwell editor, "Brooklyn Baptismal Records from 1679 to the end of 1719, Marriages from Oct 1660 to June 1696", Kings County Genealogical Club Collection Vol. 1, Nos. 5 & 6 (1894): page 82. Betty, parents Jesayas Drets and Aeltie. Hereinafter cited as "Brooklyn Baptisms and Marriages."
  10. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 140. Bettij; parents: Jeseijas Drets, Aeltje. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  11. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 1:80. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  12. [S1766] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.

William Hilton1

b. 16 May 1708
  • William Hilton was baptized on 16 May 1708 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; "of William Hilten and Antje Barko," sponsors Pieter Schuyler, Margrieta Collins.2
  • He married Margrieta Jones, daughter of Jones, at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, on 31 October 1736.3
  • Also known as Willem Hilten.4
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of William Hilton , son of Richard Hilton and Marie Benoit, on 5 February 1731/32 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors W. Hilten, Cat. Goewey).5
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Adam Hilton , son of Jacobus Hilton and Judith Martin, on 9 August 1741 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Margrieta Hilten).6
  • William Hilton appeared on the census in 1756 at Albany, New York.7
  • He witnessed the baptism of Thomas Jones , son of Pieter Jones and Abigail Winne, on 15 October 1758 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Margarita Hilton).8
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Thomas Jones , son of Pieter Jones and Abigail Winne, on 7 October 1759 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Margarit Hilton).9
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Margrita Van Sante , daughter of Willem Van Sante and Alida, on 9 March 1760 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willm. Hilton, Margrita Jones).10
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Jonathan Kidney , son of John Kidney and Femmetje Broecks, on 11 December 1760 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Annatje Hilten).11
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Willem Fryer , son of Ysaac Fryer and Elizabeth Hilton, on 16 December 1764 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Margar. Hilton).12

Family: Margrieta Jones b. b 1721

Citations

  1. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 24:170. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  2. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 2:48. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  3. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:6. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  4. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:93. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  5. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:44. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  6. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:89. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  7. [S1685] "1756 Census of Albany Householders.""The People of Colonial Albany Live Here" website, http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/. Online http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/census1756.html.. Hereinafter cited as 1756 Census, Albany.
  8. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:62. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  9. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:66. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  10. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:68. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  11. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:72. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  12. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:103. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  13. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:81. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  14. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:118. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  15. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): 67:207. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  16. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): 67:212. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  17. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): p.373. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  18. [S1642] Berthold Fernow, Calender of Wills on File and Recorded in the Offices of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, of the County Clerk at Albany and of the Secretary of State, 1626-1836 (New York: Colonial Dames of the State of New York, 1896), no.649 Will of John Fryer. Hereinafter cited as Albany Wills.

William Hilton1,2

b. 22 June 1617, d. 7 September 1675
  • William Hilton was baptized on 22 June 1617 at Northwich, Cheshire, England.2
  • He married first before 1641 Sarah Greenleaf, daughter of Edmund Greenleaf and Sarah.2
  • William Hilton married second at Charlestown, Massachusetts, on 16 September 1659 Mehitable Nowell, daughter of Increase Nowell and Mary Gray.3
  • William Hilton died on 7 September 1675 at Charlestown, Massachusetts.4
  • Distinguished navigator and cartographer.5
  • William Hilton had several grants of land in Newbury, Massachusetts. On the last day of the fourth month, 1640, he was a defendant in a suit brought by Thomas Tuck at Court held at Salem. On 29 Dec 1649, William Hilton sold James, his Indian, to George Carr in exchange for quarter of a vessel. "Wm. Hilton, Newb." took the oath of freeman on 18 May 1653.6
  • On 29 Sep 1655, William Hilton bought of Ralph Mousall a house and land in Charlestown, Massachusetts.7
  • See "New Englanders at Sea: Cape Fear Before the Royal Charter of 24 March 1662/3" in NEHGR 124:88-108 (1970) for more on William Hilton the explorer.

Family 1: Sarah Greenleaf b. 26 Mar 1620, d. c 1655

Family 2: Mehitable Nowell b. 2 Feb 1637/38, d. 29 Sep 1711

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of John Winslow. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  2. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of William Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  3. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of Increase Nowell. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  4. [S1666] William S. Appleton, "The Greenleaf Ancestry", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.38, p.299 (1884): p.300. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 38:299."
  5. [S1703] Walter G. Davis, Sybil Noyes and Charles T. Libby, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Baltimore: reprinted Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988, orig. in five parts 1928-1939, Portland, ME), p.279. Hereinafter cited as GDMNH.
  6. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.183. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  7. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.184. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1,2,3

b. before 1591, d. between June 1655 and 30 June 1656
  • William Hilton was born before 1591 based on estimated date of first marriage.1
  • He married a wife (name unknown) before 1616.
  • William Hilton married Frances before 1636.1
  • William Hilton died between June 1655 and 30 June 1656.1
  • The Hilton brothers, William and Edward organized the first church at the Oyster River Plantation (Durham), in the area of Dover, New Hampshire. In 1651 the Oyster River Plantation was granted permission to have a meeting house, and it was built in 1655 by Valentine Hill.4
  • Administration of William Hilton's estate was granted on 30 June 1656 to Richard White who married William's widow, Frances.5
  • From Great Migration Begins: William Hilton came to Plymouth in 1621 aboard the Fortune. He lived at Piscataqua, Dover (1628), Kittery (1648), and York (1651). He was a Tavern keeper and ferry operator (at Kittery). On 27 June 1648 "Mr. William Hilton being licensed for to keep the ordinary at the mouth of the river of Pascataquack and that none other shall keep any private ordinary there, nor to sell wine, beer nor liquor upon any pretence" [ MPCR 1:125]. On 16 October 1649 "Mr. William Hilton presented for not keeping victual and drink at all times for strangers and inhabitants, admonished" [ MPCR 1:135]. On 15 October 1650 "for as much as the house at the river's mouth where Mr. Shapleigh's father first built and Mr. William Hilton now dwelleth; in regard it was first house there built and Mr. Shapleigh intendeth to build and enlarge it, and for further considerations, it is thought fit it should from time to time be for a house of entertainment or ordinary with this proviso, that the tenant be such a one as the inhabitants shall approve of" [ MPCR 1:147]. William Hilton was a Freeman on 19 May 1642. He served as Deputy for Dover to Massachusetts Bay General Court, 7 March 1643/4, 29 May 1644, 14 May 1645 (disguised as "William Heath") [ MBCR 2:54, 66, 3:2, 10]. Arbiter, 15 October 1650 [ MPCR 1:144]. Grand jury, 11 March 1651, 28 June 1655 [ MPCR 1:159, 2:40]. Jury, 25 November 1650 [ MPCR 1:155]. Committee to divide land, 19 March 1651/2, 28 June 1655 [ MPCR 1:178, 2:38]. York alderman, 1652 [ YLR 1:2:14-15]. York selectman, 1653, 1654 [ GDMNH 335]. In his discussion of the controversy surrounding Rev. John Lyford and his followers at Plymouth, Hubbard noted that "the first occasion of quarrel with them was, the baptizing of Mr. Hilton's child, who was not joined to the church at Plymouth" [ Hubbard 93-94]; this event apparently took place in 1624.1
  • Robert Charles Anderson's comments regarding William Hilton (with Anderson's citations): In a letter written in November 1621, soon after his arrival at Plymouth, and published the following year by Captain John Smith, William Hilton wrote to a cousin in England saying "Our company are for the most part very religious honest people, the word of God sincerely taught us every Sabbath, so that I know not anything a contented mind can here want. I desire your friendly care to send my wife and children to me, where I wish all the friends I have in England..." [Philip L. Barbour, ed., The Complete Works of Captain John Smith (1580-1631) in Three Volumes (Wiliamsburg, Virginia, 1986), pp. 430-31; Young's Pilgrim Fathers 250-51; NEHGR 31:179].
    William's wife and two children (son William and daughter Mary) arrived in 1623. A third child was born soon, probably in 1624, and Rev. JOHN LYFORD 's baptism of this child was the opening shot in a series of disruptions at Plymouth revolving around Lyford and JOHN OLDHAM .
    William Hilton and his family soon left Plymouth, but his place of residence in the next few years is not certain, and is intertwined with the career of his brother EDWARD HILTON . A useful document in this regard is the petition of William Hilton, eldest son of the immigrant William Hilton. Although the petition itself is not dated, it was discussed at court in Massachusetts Bay in late May and early June of 1660. William Hilton tells us that "your petitioner's father came over into New England about the year Anno Domini 1621; & your petitioner came about one year & an half after, and in a little time following settled ourselves upon the River of Pischataq[ua], with Mr. Edw[ard] Hilton, who were the first English planters there" [ SJC Case #362; NEHGR 36:41-42]. The petition goes on to claim land up the Merrimack River which had been granted to William Hilton Senior and William Hilton Junior by the local Indian sachem; the petition was only partially successful.
    As we have seen above Edward Hilton settled on the Piscataqua sometime between 1625 and 1628, and the petitioner is here claiming that the Hilton brothers made the settlement simultaneously. One posssibility, then, is that William Hilton left Plymouth in later 1624 or early 1625, after the baptism incident, and joined his brother Edward about that time in settling what would become Dover. This would not require any residence between Plymouth and Dover.
    Noyes, Libby and Davis state that Hilton "left Plymouth and joined [David] Thomson at Little Harbor with the purpose of starting salt works," and apparently did this in partnership with GILBERT WINSLOW [ GDMNH 334-35, 765 (documentary evidence not seen)]. This would provide William Hilton and his family with a home prior to the arrival of Edward Hilton, assuming the latter did not come so early as 1625.
    John T. Hassam demonstrated that the immigrant William Hilton had two sons by that same name. The deposition of 1660 was made by the elder of these two sons, who lived in Newbury and Charlestown. A deposition of 1683 proves the younger son William of the immigrant William, for on 30 May 1683 two men testified that "WilliaRobert Charles Anderson's comments regarding William Hilton (with Anderson's citations): In a letter written in November 1621, soon after his arrival at Plymouth, and published the following year by Captain John Smith, William Hilton wrote to a cousin in England saying "Our company are for the most part very religious honest people, the word of God sincerely taught us every Sabbath, so that I know not anything a contented mind can here want. I desire your friendly care to send my wife and children to me, where I wish all the friends I have in England..." [Philip L. Barbour, ed., [ITAL:]The Complete Works of Captain John Smith (1580-1631) in Three Volumes[:ITAL] (Wiliamsburg, Virginia, 1986), pp. 430-31; [UND:]Young's Pilgrim Fathers[:UND] 250-51; [UND:]NEHGR[:UND] 31:179]. William's wife and two children (son William and daughter Mary) arrived in 1623. A third child was born soon, probably in 1624, and Rev. [UND:]JOHN LYFORD[:UND] 's baptism of this child was the opening shot in a series of disruptions at Plymouth revolving around Lyford and [UND:]JOHN OLDHAM[:UND] . William Hilton and his family soon left Plymouth, but his place of residence in the next few years is not certain, and is intertwined with the career of his brother [UND:]EDWARD HILTON[:UND] . A useful document in this regard is the petition of William Hilton, eldest son of the immigrant William Hilton. Although the petition itself is not dated, it was discussed at court in Massachusetts Bay in late May and early June of 1660. William Hilton tells us that "your petitioner's father came over into New England about the year Anno Domini 1621; & your petitioner came about one year & an half after, and in a little time following settled ourselves upon the River of Pischataq[ua], with Mr. Edw[ard] Hilton, who were the first English planters there" [ [UND:]SJC[:UND] Case #362; [UND:]NEHGR[:UND] 36:41-42]. The petition goes on to claim land up the Merrimack River which had been granted to William Hilton Senior and William Hilton Junior by the local Indian sachem; the petition was only partially successful. As we have seen above Edward Hilton settled on the Piscataqua sometime between 1625 and 1628, and the petitioner is here claiming that the Hilton brothers made the settlement simultaneously. One posssibility, then, is that William Hilton left Plymouth in later 1624 or early 1625, after the baptism incident, and joined his brother Edward about that time in settling what would become Dover. This would not require any residence between Plymouth and Dover. Noyes, Libby and Davis state that Hilton "left Plymouth and joined [David] Thomson at Little Harbor with the purpose of starting salt works," and apparently did this in partnership with [UND:]GILBERT WINSLOW[:UND] [ [UND:]GDMNH[:UND] 334-35, 765 (documentary evidence not seen)]. This would provide William Hilton and his family with a home prior to the arrival of Edward Hilton, assuming the latter did not come so early as 1625. John T. Hassam demonstrated that the immigrant William Hilton had two sons by that same name. The deposition of 1660 was made by the elder of these two sons, who lived in Newbury and Charlestown. A deposition of 1683 proves the younger son William of the immigrant William, for on 30 May 1683 two men testified that "Willia[m] Hilton now resident in York ... was commonly known, & reputed, to be the son of William Hilton Senior deceased, & formerly lived in York" [ [UND:]YLR[:UND] 3:125; [UND:]NEHGR[:UND] 31:184, 36:40]. Mary Hilton [ITAL:]alias [:ITAL]Downer who married Thomas Sears and Abel Huse has sometimes been placed in this family, but she had children at an age far too advanced to be the Mary Hilton, daughter of William, who was baptized in 1619 [ [UND:]GDMNH[:UND] 333]. Her parentage remains a mystery. Noyes, Libby and Davis note that "(b)esides the wife who followed him to Plymouth, and Frances, possibly a widow with children when he married her about 1651, there may have been others," suggesting that "if one of his wives should prove to have been a Winslow it would explain his letter writing with Edward Winslow, his association with John Winslow, his removal to Piscataqua with Gilbert Winslow and the marriage of two of John Winslow's sons to his relations" [ [UND:]GDMNH[:UND] 335 (without, unfortunately, documentary support for the Winslow associations)]. There is no date of death for the first wife of William Hilton, and we do not know when he married Frances, so the distribution of his children among his wives is difficult. We assume here that the first wife did not survive long in this country, and that the last four children were all with Frances. Magdalene, who calls Frances her mother, need not have been a Hilton, but since this name also suggests a Winslow connection, and since Libby makes such a point of the low social status of Frances, one might question the exact nature of this relation as well. For the moment we leave the problem in this unsatisfactory state. Sometime before March 1639 William Hilton had participated in an exploratory expedition up the Merrimack [ [UND:]WP[:UND] 4:101]. On 16 October 1649 Mrs. Hilton was presented and admonished for fighting and abusing her neighbors with her tongue. At the same court Mr. William Hilton was presented for breach of the Sabbath in carrying of wood from the woods and for failing to keep food and drink on hand for strangers and inhabitants [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:135]. On 15 March 1649/50 Mr. William Hilton brought cases against Hatevell Nutter, Thomas Hanscom and Robert Mendam [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:138]. He was still suing Hanscom and Mendam on 11 March 1651[/2] [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:156]. On 15 October 1650 Mr. William Hilton and Frances his wife were sued by Mr. Georg Moncke for slander [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:145]. On 11 March 1651[/2] Jeremy Sheires reviled Mr. William Hilton when Hilton was foreman of the jury, and Sheires was fined £2 [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:160]. On 14 October 1651 Mr. William Hilton posted bail for Clement Campion, sued Thomas Way for debt, and sued Michaell Powell for debt [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 1:169]. On 30 June 1653 "William Hilton Senior" sued Samuell Allcocke for cutting and carrying away his timber [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:11]. On 25 October 1653 Mr. William Hilton Senior sued Ann Mason of London and, in a separate action, sued Sir Ferdinando Gorges, for damage done against him [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:19]. On 28 June 1655 the court found Frances Hilton, the wife of William Hilton, guilty of "railing at her husband and saying he went with Joane [[ITAL:]sic[:ITAL], John in the blotter] his bastard to his three halfe penny whores and that he carried a cloak of profession for his knavery." For this offense she was sentenced to have "twenty lashes upon the bare skin, only the execution thereof upon her husband's request to be respited upon her good behavior until the next county court, except any just complaints come in against her. In the meantime, which if they do unto authority then the punishment to be inflicted upon her by order of the commissioners of York at what time they shall see cause to order it" [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:43-44]. At the same court in which Richard White became William Hilton's administrator, White also brought a charge of slander against Rice Jones for an offense against his wife, Frances White [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:47]. As the court dragged on, Frances White was countersued for "causelessly abusing" the wife of Rice Jones with opprobrious and disgraceful speeches and was sentenced to acknowledge her offence in court, 3 July 1656 [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:50]. At court 6 July 1657 the infamous Joan Andrews was presented for "threatening Goody Whitte at York in a profane manner saying that she would swear herself to the devil but she would be avenged of her" [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:56]. On 30 July 1656 Magdeline Wiggin the wife of James Wiggin was presented for saying she saw "William Moore & her [step]mother Frances Whitte" in the act of adultery [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:52]. On 5 July 1658 complaints were heard about Richard White and his wife fighting and quarrelling together [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:63]. Things got worse. On 3 July 1660, Richard White and his wife Frances White were presented for allowing men to be drunk in their house on the Sabbath and for not attending public meeting, and for "common lying and backbiting of their neighbors & slandering them & for their great disorder in falling out & fighting one with another & for beating company in their house & for beating Mistress Gunnison & Joseph Davesse his servants, & Ric[hard] Whitte for being drunk several times" [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:91]. On 1 July 1673 Richard White was paying fines for himself and his wife [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:260]. On 6 July 1675 they were presented for not attending the public worship [ [UND:]MPCR[:UND] 2:307]. Noyes, Libby and Davis list as a possible first child of this William Hilton a John Hilton who was buried at Northwich on 26 November 1610. This seems unlikely, as six more years would pass before another child was known to have been born to this William. In 1877 John T. Hassam published "Some Descendants of William Hilton" and in 1882 "The Dover Settlement and the Hiltons" [ [UND:]NEHGR[:UND] 31:179-87, 36:40-46]. Although these articles contain some errors (and in fact the second corrects some items in the first), they are filled with useful information on both brothers. Hilton now resident in York ... was commonly known, & reputed, to be the son of William Hilton Senior deceased, & formerly lived in York" [ YLR 3:125; NEHGR 31:184, 36:40].
    Mary Hilton alias Downer who married Thomas Sears and Abel Huse has sometimes been placed in this family, but she had children at an age far too advanced to be the Mary Hilton, daughter of William, who was baptized in 1619 [ GDMNH 333]. Her parentage remains a mystery.
    Noyes, Libby and Davis note that "(b)esides the wife who followed him to Plymouth, and Frances, possibly a widow with children when he married her about 1651, there may have been others," suggesting that "if one of his wives should prove to have been a Winslow it would explain his letter writing with Edward Winslow, his association with John Winslow, his removal to Piscataqua with Gilbert Winslow and the marriage of two of John Winslow's sons to his relations" [ GDMNH 335 (without, unfortunately, documentary support for the Winslow associations)].
    There is no date of death for the first wife of William Hilton, and we do not know when he married Frances, so the distribution of his children among his wives is difficult. We assume here that the first wife did not survive long in this country, and that the last four children were all with Frances. Magdalene, who calls Frances her mother, need not have been a Hilton, but since this name also suggests a Winslow connection, and since Libby makes such a point of the low social status of Frances, one might question the exact nature of this relation as well. For the moment we leave the problem in this unsatisfactory state.
    Sometime before March 1639 William Hilton had participated in an exploratory expedition up the Merrimack [ WP 4:101].
    On 16 October 1649 Mrs. Hilton was presented and admonished for fighting and abusing her neighbors with her tongue. At the same court Mr. William Hilton was presented for breach of the Sabbath in carrying of wood from the woods and for failing to keep food and drink on hand for strangers and inhabitants [ MPCR 1:135].
    On 15 March 1649/50 Mr. William Hilton brought cases against Hatevell Nutter, Thomas Hanscom and Robert Mendam [ MPCR 1:138]. He was still suing Hanscom and Mendam on 11 March 1651[/2] [ MPCR 1:156]. On 15 October 1650 Mr. William Hilton and Frances his wife were sued by Mr. Georg Moncke for slander [ MPCR 1:145]. On 11 March 1651[/2] Jeremy Sheires reviled Mr. William Hilton when Hilton was foreman of the jury, and Sheires was fined £2 [ MPCR 1:160]. On 14 October 1651 Mr. William Hilton posted bail for Clement Campion, sued Thomas Way for debt, and sued Michaell Powell for debt [ MPCR 1:169].
    On 30 June 1653 "William Hilton Senior" sued Samuell Allcocke for cutting and carrying away his timber [ MPCR 2:11]. On 25 October 1653 Mr. William Hilton Senior sued Ann Mason of London and, in a separate action, sued Sir Ferdinando Gorges, for damage done against him [ MPCR 2:19].
    On 28 June 1655 the court found Frances Hilton, the wife of William Hilton, guilty of "railing at her husband and saying he went with Joane [sic, John in the blotter] his bastard to his three halfe penny whores and that he carried a cloak of profession for his knavery." For this offense she was sentenced to have "twenty lashes upon the bare skin, only the execution thereof upon her husband's request to be respited upon her good behavior until the next county court, except any just complaints come in against her. In the meantime, which if they do unto authority then the punishment to be inflicted upon her by order of the commissioners of York at what time they shall see cause to order it" [ MPCR 2:43-44].
    At the same court in which Richard White became William Hilton's administrator, White also brought a charge of slander against Rice Jones for an offense against his wife, Frances White [ MPCR 2:47]. As the court dragged on, Frances White was countersued for "causelessly abusing" the wife of Rice Jones with opprobrious and disgraceful speeches and was sentenced to acknowledge her offence in court, 3 July 1656 [ MPCR 2:50]. At court 6 July 1657 the infamous Joan Andrews was presented for "threatening Goody Whitte at York in a profane manner saying that she would swear herself to the devil but she would be avenged of her" [ MPCR 2:56].
    On 30 July 1656 Magdeline Wiggin the wife of James Wiggin was presented for saying she saw "William Moore & her [step]mother Frances Whitte" in the act of adultery [ MPCR 2:52].
    On 5 July 1658 complaints were heard about Richard White and his wife fighting and quarrelling together [ MPCR 2:63]. Things got worse. On 3 July 1660, Richard White and his wife Frances White were presented for allowing men to be drunk in their house on the Sabbath and for not attending public meeting, and for "common lying and backbiting of their neighbors & slandering them & for their great disorder in falling out & fighting one with another & for beating company in their house & for beating Mistress Gunnison & Joseph Davesse his servants, & Ric[hard] Whitte for being drunk several times" [ MPCR 2:91]. On 1 July 1673 Richard White was paying fines for himself and his wife [ MPCR 2:260]. On 6 July 1675 they were presented for not attending the public worship [ MPCR 2:307].
    Noyes, Libby and Davis list as a possible first child of this William Hilton a John Hilton who was buried at Northwich on 26 November 1610. This seems unlikely, as six more years would pass before another child was known to have been born to this William.
    In 1877 John T. Hassam published "Some Descendants of William Hilton" and in 1882 "The Dover Settlement and the Hiltons" [ NEHGR 31:179-87, 36:40-46]. Although these articles contain some errors (and in fact the second corrects some items in the first), they are filled with useful information on both brothers.1

Family 1: a wife (name unknown) b. bt 1590 - 1600, d. b 1636

Family 2: Frances b. c 1618

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of William Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  2. [S1640] John T. Hassam, "The Dover Settlement and the Hiltons", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 36, pp.40-46 (Jan 1882). Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 36:40-46."
  3. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877). Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  4. [S1736] Donna Rich and Patsy Kilpatrick, "Church History", Durham Historic Association Newsletter no.218 (June 2005). Hereinafter cited as "Church Hist., DHAN."
  5. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.183. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1

b. before 1570
  • William Hilton was born before 1570 at England.

Family:

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of William Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.

William Hilton1

b. circa 1653, d. between March 1699 and June 1700
  • William Hilton was born circa 1653 (age 24 in Dec 1677).1
  • He married Ann before 1678.1
  • William Hilton died between March 1699 and June 1700 ; In 1700 the widow Anne Hilton was living on the homestead between "Thomas Trafton's and the Harbor's Mouth, land formerly called Inglesby's Point, later Hilton's Point."2,3
  • He had a grant of land from the town of York, Province of Maine on 25 Aug 1679, and another, which is not dated, "upon the neck of Land on the South Side of York River, between Arthur Bales Land, & Major Sharpleighs, and James Wiggins & William mores Land, & the Land that was formerly Mr. William Hiltons, provided it be free from any mans propriety or former grant." William was one of forty men who took the oath of allegiance on 22 Mar 1680. Another grant of land was made to him on 18 March 1695/96.4

Family: Ann

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of William Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  2. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.185. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  3. [S1703] Walter G. Davis, Sybil Noyes and Charles T. Libby, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Baltimore: reprinted Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988, orig. in five parts 1928-1939, Portland, ME), p.280. Hereinafter cited as GDMNH.
  4. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.184. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1

b. 28 June 1653
  • William Hilton was born on 28 June 1653 at Newbury, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.184. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1

b. circa 1678, d. 21 June 1723
  • William Hilton was born circa 1678 at probably York, Maine.1
  • He married Margaret Stilson, daughter of James Stilson and Margaret Gould, at Marblehead, Massachusetts, on 2 June 1699.1
  • William Hilton died on 21 June 1723.2
  • He was buried at Old burial ground, Manchester, Massachusetts.2
  • William had a grant of thirty acres in York dated 17 Feb 1702/03, which with ten acres formerly granted to his father (on 25 Aug 1679) were laid out to him on 24 Feb 1702/03. He has another grant of thirty acres at the head of Bradbote (Broadbote or Braveboat) Harbor dated 17 Mar 1702/03, laid out to him 20 Mar 1702/03. William conveyed this last tract of land to Joseph Hoult by deed dated 4 Jun 1711. In this deed William describes himself as a fisherman of York. He already had a dwelling house in Manchester, Massachusetts at Black Cove in the part of the town called Newport which he had bought from Philip Nichols on 22 Nov 1709. He bought land adjoining this property from John Seward on 30 Sep 1714, and in the deed is is called of Manchester, fisherman and coaster. He had a dwelling house at Muscongas when he bought land there from Richard Peirce on 1 Feb 1719/20.1

Family: Margaret Stilson

Citations

  1. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.185. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  2. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.186. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  3. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.187. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1

b. 27 October 1751
  • William Hilton was baptized on 27 October 1751 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Wil. and Hilletje Van Antwerpen.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:25. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

William Hilton1

b. circa 1707
  • William Hilton was born circa 1707 at Exeter, New Hampshire.2

Citations

  1. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  2. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.31. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

William Hilton1

b. 11 November 1724
  • William Hilton was born on 11 November 1724 at York, Maine.1

Citations

  1. [S1663] Lester McKenzie Bragdon, "Vital Records of York, Maine", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vols. 109-114 (1956-1960): p.58. Hereinafter cited as "VR of York Maine."

William Hilton1

b. say 1710, d. 1758
  • William Hilton was born say 1710.
  • He married Mary Lee on 1 December 1731.1
  • William Hilton was killed in 1758; during an Indian attack near Round Pond, Maine.2
  • William moved, probably after the fall of Louisbourg, with his family to Muscongus and settled at Broad Cove on lands that belonged to his parents. He lived there until the summer of 1758, when, in going by water from Round Pond towards Broad Cove, with three of his sons William, Richard and John, they were attacked by Indians who killed and scalped son William, mortally wounded William, Sr. and wounded Richard. John who was seventeen was said to have returned fire and drove the Indians back so they could retreat to Round Pond where William, Sr. was buried.2

Family: Mary Lee

  • Mary Hilton1
  • William Hilton1
  • James Hilton1
  • Richard Hilton1
  • Anna Hilton1
  • John Hilton2
  • Ebenezer Hilton2
  • Ruth Hilton2
  • Elizabeth Hilton2
  • Joseph Hilton2
  • Mathias Hilton2

Citations

  1. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.187. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."
  2. [S1641] John T. Hassam, "Some Descendants of William Hilton", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 31, pp.179-186 (Apr. 1877): p.188. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGR 31:179-186."

William Hilton1

b. 5 February 1731/32
  • William Hilton was baptized on 5 February 1731/32 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors W. Hilten, Cat. Goewey.2
  • He married Elizabeth Broecks, daughter of Broecks, circa 1752.
  • Also known as Willem Hilten.2
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Machtel Hilton , daughter of Pieter Hilton and Anna Broecks, on 19 September 1756 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors William and Maria Hilton).3
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Maria Hilton , daughter of Pieter Hilton and Anna Broecks, on 29 July 1764 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.4
  • William Hilton witnessed the baptism of Matheus Streel , son of Johannes Streel and Margaret, on 12 November 1769 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Willem and Elisb. Hilton).5

Family: Elizabeth Broecks

Citations

  1. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): p.370. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  2. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:44. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  3. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:51. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  4. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:101. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  5. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 5:46. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  6. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): 67:210. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  7. [S1674] "Records of Trinity Church Parish, New York City", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.67-93 (1936-1962): 67:213. Hereinafter cited as "Trinity Church Parish Records."
  8. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:65. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  9. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 4:79. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  10. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 5:33. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

William Hilton1

b. say 1665
  • William Hilton was born say 1665.
  • He was apprenticed to Roger Rose, mariner, and was sent to jail in Boston for striking his master and quitting his service. He witnessed his father's will in 1681. Called "senior" in 1687. He was a mariner belonging to H.M.S. Deptford.1
  • Administration of William Hilton's estate was granted on 25 November 1700 to his brother Richard.1

Citations

  1. [S1703] Walter G. Davis, Sybil Noyes and Charles T. Libby, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Baltimore: reprinted Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988, orig. in five parts 1928-1939, Portland, ME), p.280. Hereinafter cited as GDMNH.

Capt. William Hilton1,2

b. circa 1631, d. circa 1690
  • Father*: Edward Hilton1 b. 5 Jun 1596, d. bt Oct 1670 - 6 Mar 1671
  • Mother*: a wife (name unknown)1
  • Capt. William Hilton was born circa 1631 (deposed 30 Mar 1677/78, aged 46).1
  • He married Rebecca Simmons, daughter of John Simmons, circa 1662.1
  • Capt. William Hilton died circa 1690.3

Family: Rebecca Simmons

Citations

  1. [S186] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, online at www.americanancestors.org, 1995), Sketch of Edward Hilton. Hereinafter cited as Great Migration Begins 1620-1633.
  2. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.50-51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  3. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.50. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  4. [S1703] Walter G. Davis, Sybil Noyes and Charles T. Libby, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Baltimore: reprinted Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988, orig. in five parts 1928-1939, Portland, ME), p.280. Hereinafter cited as GDMNH.
  5. [S1669] John R. Eastman, History of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire: 1751-1906 (Concord, NH: Rumford Print Co., 1910), p.189. Hereinafter cited as Hist. of Andover, NH.

Col. Winthrop Hilton1

b. circa 1671, d. 23 June 1710
  • Father*: Edward Hilton1
  • Mother*: Anne Dudley1
  • Col. Winthrop Hilton was born circa 1671 at Exeter, New Hampshire.1,2
  • He married Anne Wilson, daughter of Humphrey Wilson and Judith Hersey, at Exeter, New Hampshire, circa 1695.1,3
  • Col. Winthrop Hilton was killed on 23 June 1710 at Epping, New Hampshire; shot in an ambush by Indians.1,4
  • Winthrop Hilton was the leading military figure of the New Hampshire Province. He was in chief command in one or more expeditions to the Eastward. He was appointed a judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 1706, an office he held until his death. He was buried inhis own field on the banks of the river, with the honors due to his rank and character.4

Family: Anne Wilson

Citations

  1. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  2. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.11. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  3. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.11, 31. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  4. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.31. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  5. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.32. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

Col. Winthrop Hilton1

b. 21 December 1710, d. 26 December 1781
  • Col. Winthrop Hilton was born on 21 December 1710 at Exeter, New Hampshire.1,2
  • He married first at Exeter, New Hampshire, on 9 December 1736 Martha Weeks, daughter of Capt. Joshua Weeks and Comfort Hubbard.3,4,2
  • Col. Winthrop Hilton died on 26 December 1781 at Newmarket, New Hampshire.3,5
  • He is said to have marched to Lexington in 1775. He was married three times.5

Family: Martha Weeks b. 1704, d. 31 Mar 1769

  • Lt. Winthrop Hilton4
  • Ichabod Hilton4
  • Ann Hilton4

Citations

  1. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.51. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  2. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.32. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.
  3. [S1659] Alonzo H. Quint, "Genealogical Items Relating to the Early Settlers of Dover, N.H.", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol.7, p.47 (1853): see p.52. Hereinafter cited as "NEHGS 7:47."
  4. [S1668] Jacob Chapman, Leonard Weeks of Greenland, N.H., and Descendants, 1639-1888 (Albany, N.Y.: Munsell's Sons, 1889), p.7. Hereinafter cited as Weeks Desc.
  5. [S1730] Marston Watson, Royal Families, Americans of Royal and Noble Ancestry: Volume One, Governor Thomas Dudley and Descendants Through Five Generations (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2002), p.97. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

John Herbert Hinds1

b. 21 June 1873
  • Also known as J. H. Hinde.3
  • John Herbert Hinds appeared on the census on 3 May 1910 at Ward 1, Muskogee, Muskogee Co., Oklahoma, J. H. Hinde, age 34, born in Arkansas. Father born in North Carolina, mother in Arkansas. Operator of Lynotype machine (printing). Married for 10 years. In the household are his wife, Josie; father-in-law, M. W. Pinckney; Elizabeth Pinckney (wife of father-in-law) and boarder, Parker Bruno (age 24).3
  • On 12 September 1918 John Herbert Hinds resided at Okfuskee Co., Oklahoma; when he registered for the draft (WW I).1
  • He appeared on the census on 3 February 1920 at Okemah, Okfuskee Co., Oklahoma, as J. H. Hinds, age 47, born in Arkansas. Father born in North Carolina, mother in Arkansas. Editor of a newspaper. In the household are his wife Josie; roomer, Cheadle Henson; and roomer Skeet Woford.4

Citations

  1. [S41] Ancestry.com,"World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918." [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Original source: National Archives and Records Administration. World War I Selective Service Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918; M1509, 20, 243 rolls. Washington D.C.. Online www.ancestry.com., John Herbert Hinds. Okfuskee Co., Oklahoma. Born 21 June 1873. Closest relative: Josie R. Hinds. Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft Reg.
  2. [S4299] "Arkansas Marriages, 1837-1944", online www.familysearch.org. , Retrieved September 2011. J. Herbert Hinds, Josie R. Pinckney. FHL film #560151. Hereinafter cited as Arkansas Marriages, 1837-1944.
  3. [S38] MyFamily.com, 1910 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. T624, Roll 1263, page 24A, ED 110, FHL film #1375276. J. H. Hinde household. Hereinafter cited as 1910 US Census.
  4. [S7] MyFamily.com, 1920 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census , NARA Ser. T625, Roll 1478, page 23A, ED 149. J.H. Hinds household. Hereinafter cited as 1920 US Census.

Mary Hanna Hinks1

b. 1 November 1863, d. 3 December 1934
  • Father*: Richard Hinks2
  • Mother*: Margaret Ramsey2

Citations

  1. [S2436] Oradell Brower Triplett, Ariah Coats Brower Family (Privately printed: Oradell Brower Triplett, 1972?). William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. Page 98. Family Group sheet. Hereinafter cited as Ariah Coats Brower Family.
  2. [S2436] Oradell Brower Triplett, Ariah Coats Brower Family (Privately printed: Oradell Brower Triplett, 1972?). William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. Page 107. Family Group sheet. Hereinafter cited as Ariah Coats Brower Family.

Selina Hinman1

b. 5 January 1830, d. 12 April 1892
  • Selina Hinman was born on 5 January 1830 at Leroy, Genesee Co., New York.1
  • She married Samuel Brewer, son of William Brewer and Esther Herbster, at Brockport, Monroe Co., New York, on 15 November 1853.1
  • Selina Hinman died on 12 April 1892 at Medina, Orleans Co., New York.1

Citations

  1. [S3362] Pat Markovitz, online www.ancestry.com, Pat Markovitz (Ancestry World Tree Project), downloaded September 12, 2010, posted March 2, 2000. Sources are not provided. Information with this citation requires verification.

Elsye Hitchcock1

b. between 1720 and 1730
  • Also known as Elsje Hiskok.3

Family: Jacob Brouwer b. 7 Jan 1721/22, d. 1806

Citations

  1. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948). Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  2. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.176. Jacob Brouwer & Elsje Hitchcok. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.10. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.

Jeremiah Hitchcock1

  • Jeremiah Hitchcock was named in his father's will dated in 1780 left all lands and tenements. To pay legacies to siblings. Made an executor.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

John Hitchcock1

d. before 14 August 1781
  • John Hitchcock died before 14 August 1781 ; (will proved).1
  • His will was dated in 1780 John Hitchcock, of the Borough Town of West Chester, being sick. I leave my loving wife all my estate, real and personal, after my just debts and funeral charges are paid. At her death or remarriage, to go to my son, Jeremiah Hitchcock, all my lands and tenements whatsoever, he paying such legacies hereafter mentioned. Unto my eldest son, John, the sum of £12; unto my sons, Samuel and Miles, £10 each; unto my two daughters, Mercy and Mary, £10 each. Shoulf my son Jeremiah neglect to pay the legacies in some convenient time after the death of my wife, the lands to be sold to pay the legacies. My moveable to be divided amongst all my children. I makemy wife and my sons, John Hitchcock, and Jeremiah Hitchcock, executors. Dated in the year of Our Lord, 1780. Witnesses: David Oakley, yeoman, Joseph Reynolds, and Mary Buckee. Proved August 14, 1781.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

John Hitchcock1

  • John Hitchcock was named in his father's will dated in 1780 called eldest son. Made an executor.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Mary Hitchcock1

  • Mary Hitchcock was named in her father's will dated in 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Mercy Hitchcock1

  • Mercy Hitchcock was named in her father's will dated in 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Miles Hitchcock1

  • Miles Hitchcock was named in his father's will dated in 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Samuel Hitchcock1

  • Samuel Hitchcock was named in his father's will dated in 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 121-122. John Hitchcock. Abstracting Lib. 34, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Sue Hitson1

Family: Aaron Ova Brower b. 4 Jan 1843

Citations

  1. [S3306] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, 385-B, Aaron Brower-Elizabeth Simmons. According to family History. Identification of Aaron Brower as Arie Brouwer, son of Ulrich Brouwer and Aeltje Ackerman, made by William B. Bogardus. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

Gertrude H. Hoag1

b. 1851, d. 19 December 1889
  • Gertrude H. Hoag was born in 1851 at Vernon, Ohio.2
  • She married William F. Bangham on 30 December 1874.1
  • Gertrude H. Hoag died on 19 December 1889 at Liberty, Clinton Co., Ohio; age 38.2
  • Also known as Gertrude H. Hogan.3

Family: William F. Bangham b. Feb 1852

Citations

  1. [S59] MyFamily.com, 1900 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. T623, Roll 1248, page 8B, ED 64. Frances Bangham household (see link to public tree, "Rawls-Move-Gibson..."). Hereinafter cited as 1900 US Census.
  2. [S3720] "Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997", online www.familysearch.org. , Retrieved Jly 2011. Gertrude Bangham, age 38, born at Vernon, married. FHL film #568556. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997.
  3. [S3721] "Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962", online www.familysearch.org. , Retrieved July 2011. ___ Bangham; parents: Wm. F. Bangham, Gertrude H. Hogan. FHL film #568547. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Births and Christenings 1821-1962.
  4. [S3721] "Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962", online www.familysearch.org. , Retrieved July 2011. Thomas L. Bangham; parents: Wm. F. Bangham, Gurtrude H. Hoag. FHL film #568547. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Births and Christenings 1821-1962.
  5. [S59] MyFamily.com, 1900 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. T623, Roll 1248, page 8B, ED 64. Frances Bangham household. Hereinafter cited as 1900 US Census.

Capt. Abraham Hoagland1,2,3

b. circa 1753, d. May 1809
  • Father*: William Hoagland b. c 1701, d. 27 Aug 1785
  • Mother*: Aeltje Brinckerhoff
  • Capt. Abraham Hoagland was born circa 1753 at Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York.3
  • He married Aeltje Brouwer, daughter of William Brouwer and Meclitta van Duyn, at Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York, on 27 January 1781 "Abraham Hogeland of N. Hakkensak, and Aaltje Brouwer of Long Island, both res. in N. Hakkensak. Mar. after third publication."4
  • Capt. Abraham Hoagland died in May 1809 at New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York; "aged 56y 5m 1d."5
  • Also known as Abraham Hoogland.6
  • He was a prominent patriot during the Revolution. His house was 2 miles from Peekskill. Andre after his capture stopped with his captors at this home.5
  • Abraham Hoagland was named as an executor in the will of William Brouwer in 1782.7
  • , In a conveyance dated 18 Nov 1785 "Between Adolphus Brouwer of Brookland, Kings Co., yeoman and one of the sons of Jeremiah Brower of same place, yeoman deceased, and his (Adolph's) wife Aeltie (first party) and Abraham Brower, Jeremiah Brower and Antie his wife, William Brower and Mattya Brower, widow of William Brower deceased (second party), and the said Mattya Brower and William Brower, Garret Brower and Abraham Hoagland executors of the will of William Brower formerly of Brooklyn and afterwards of Rumbout Precinct, Dutchess Co., yeoman and now deceased (third party). Above parties agreed to divide Real Estate of Jeremiah Brower deceased situate in Brooklyn, in agreement with the will of Jeremiah Brower." £831was paid by Adolph Brower to the other heirs for the right to the property that consisted of a "farm piece or parcel of ground commonly called Mill Hook situate lying and being in Brooklyn aforesaid and which now part of the estate of the aforesaid Jeremiah Brower deceased together with the mill pond and all streams runs of water mill dams creeks ponds springs meadows (a certain piece of meadow called the big meadows being always intended to be excepted out of the lands intended hereby to be granted and conveyed to the said Adolphus Brower land and marshes thereunto belonging or in anywise appurtaning and all houses outhouses buildings old mill work mill stones, and all the wood and timber that already is collected for the purpose of erecting a mill on the aforesaid stream and all orchards gardens lands common pastures feedings woods underwoods ways paths passages water water courses fishings fowlings easements profits commodities advantages endowments and hereditaments whatsoever to the said Mill Hook and Mill Pond belonging or in any way pertaining or which now are or formerly have been excepted..."The second and third parties were to retain docking and landing rights at the mill property as well as fishing and oyster harvesting rights. Also conveyed were the rights to "that certain tract farm piece or parcel of land also part of the estate of the said Jeremiah Brower deceased and lying and being at Gowanus in Brooklyn Township aforesaid at joining the road that leads to Brooklyn aforesaid bounded northeasterly easterly and southeasterly by lands belonging to the estate of Jacobus Vanderhoven deceased and the estate of Jacobus Degrave deceased and the road that leads from Brooklyn to Flatbush southerly southwesterly and westerly by the mill road so called that leads from Flatbush to the mill aforesaid and northwesterly by the aforesaid road that goes to Brooklyn," containing about 124 acres. In addition, Adolphus is to acquire former woodland purchased from the estate of Wilhelmus Bennet at Gowanus containing ten acres. The conveyance was signed by Jeremiah Brower; Antie, wife of Jeremiah Brower; Abraham Hoagland; Adolphus Brower; Aaltie Brower; Mattya Brower; Abraham Brower; Garrett Brower; William Brower."8

Family: Aeltje Brouwer b. c 26 Jan 1762, d. 18 Feb 1831

Citations

  1. [S1795] "Brouwer Beginnings" by William J. Hoffman, Manuscript, BB-50, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City, New York.
  2. [S522] Frank J. Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York (Pleasant Valley, New York: Frank J. Doherty, 1990), p.767. Letty Brouwer wife of Abraham Hoagland d. 18 Feb.
    1831 age 69y 23d; Ref Ch New Hackensack Tn Wappinger.
    [OGDC 375]. Hereinafter cited as Settlers of the Beekman Patent.
  3. [S1481] Daniel Hoogland Carpenter, History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America (New York: C.N. Hoagland, 1891?), p.194. Hereinafter cited as Hoagland Family in America. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=15772
  4. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.103. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.
  5. [S1473] William Bogardus, "Re: Will of William Brouwer of Rombouts," e-mail message from Bogardus, William (unknown address) to Chris Chester and et al, 24 Jan 2007, "Letty (Aeltje) Brouwer bo. 1762; d. New Hackensack Feb. 18, 1831 aged 69-0-23. Married New Hackensack int. , Jan. 27, 1781 Capt. Abraham Hoagland - died New Hackensack May 1809 aged 56-5-1; son of William Hoagland and Aeltje Brinckerhoff. He was a prominent patriot during the Revolution. His house was 2 miles from Peekskill. Andre after his capture stopped with his captors at this home. ("The Hoagland Family of America". p. 194). Children: aa. Aeltje Hoagland, bp. Hopewell, Nov. 24, 1783, bo. Sept. 2, 1783; bb. Martha Hoagland, bo. Sept. 6, 1794, bp. New Hackensack, Nov. 16, 1794".. Hereinafter cited as "Wm. Bogardus e-mail 1-24-2007."
  6. [S1481] Daniel Hoogland Carpenter, History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America (New York: C.N. Hoagland, 1891?), p.179. Hereinafter cited as Hoagland Family in America. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=15772
  7. [S867] Record of Wills Recorded at Albany, New York, 1629-1802; index 1629-1828; FHL films #s 0481435-0481446 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967), New York. Surrogate's Court (Albany County) (Main Author). Albany County (New York). Clerk of the Court of Appeals (Added Author). Microfilm of original records at the Queens College Library in Flushing, New York. The testators were from various areas and counties including Albany, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster, Kings, Westchester and others., FHL film #481436; Vol. AB:139. Hereinafter cited as Albany, NY Wills.
  8. [S1585] Kings County (New York) Conveyances, Deeds v. 5-7; film #1413190 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1957, 1958, 1990), Microfilm of the original records at the New York Registers Office, New York City, lib.6, pp.343-352. Hereinafter cited as Kings Co., NY Deeds v.5-7.
  9. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.54. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.
  10. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.58. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.

Aeltje Hoagland

b. 2 September 1783
  • Aeltje Hoagland was born on 2 September 1783.1
  • She was baptized on 24 November 1783 at Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church, East Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York.1

Citations

  1. [S2885] Arthur C.M. Kelly, New York Births & Baptisms I, Southeast Region, New York State, 1660-1916., CD-ROM (Rhinebeck,N.Y.: Kinship), New York Births & Baptisms, Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church (East Fishkill): 1758-1910. Hereinafter cited as New York Births & Baptisms I, Southeast Region, New York State.

Albert Hoagland1

b. 28 March 1738
  • Albert Hoagland was born on 28 March 1738.3
  • He was baptized on 22 April 1738 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses: Elbert Adriaense, Saara Berre.2
  • He married Susan Ludlow.3
  • Also known as Elbert Hogelant.2
  • Albert Hoagland was named in his father's will dated on 13 March 1780 made an executor.4

Citations

  1. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. #47d in the genealogy. Cites Hoagland Family, 1891, pp. 181-182; Oyster Bay Dutch Ch. recs. v. 1, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S3536] Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 105-111 (1974-1980): 107:205. Elbert; parents: Elebert Hogelant, Catlyntie Hogelant. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Jamaica, L. I."
  3. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  4. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 190-191. Abstracting Lib. 34, page 424. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Catlinetie Hoagland1

b. 31 October 1750
  • Catlinetie Hoagland was baptized on 31 October 1750 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York.2
  • She married Abraham Roelofse Schenk on 17 January 1770.3
  • Catlinetie Hoagland was named in her grandfather Elbert Hooglandt's will on 13 March 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 190-191. Abstracting Lib. 34, page 424. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.
  2. [S4918] Barbara A. Barth, "The Family of Dirck Janszen Woertman of Brooklyn Ferry", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 132, pp. 195-202 (2001): 132:143. Citing History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family (1892), p. 197. The Jamaica Chruch records do not include this baptism. Hereinafter cited as "Dirck Janszen Woertman."
  3. [S4918] Barbara A. Barth, "The Family of Dirck Janszen Woertman of Brooklyn Ferry", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 132, pp. 195-202 (2001): 132:143. Hereinafter cited as "Dirck Janszen Woertman."

Cornelia Hoagland1

b. circa 1843
  • Cornelia Hoagland was born circa 1843 at New York.1
  • She appeared on the census on 9 August 1850 at Ward 9, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, Cornelia Hoagland, age 7, born in New York.1

Citations

  1. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, NARA Ser. M432, Roll 520, page 70B. Rem Lefferts household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.

Cornelius Hoagland1

b. 10 May 1730, d. before 13 March 1780
  • Cornelius Hoagland was baptized on 10 May 1730 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York; witness: Catlyntie hogelant.2
  • He married Catherine Van Hook, daughter of Isaac Van Hoeck and Catlyn Bergen.3
  • Cornelius Hoagland died before 13 March 1780 ; (stated as deceased in his father's will).4

Family: Catherine Van Hook b. 2 Oct 1722

Citations

  1. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. #47a in the genealogy. Cites Hoagland Family, 1891, pp. 181-182; Oyster Bay Dutch Ch. recs. v. 1, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S3536] Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 105-111 (1974-1980): 107:35. Corenlis; parents: Elbert hogelant, Catlyntie hogelant. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Jamaica, L. I."
  3. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  4. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 190-191. Abstracting Lib. 34, page 424. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Elbert Hoagland1

b. circa 1812
  • Elbert Hoagland appeared on the census on 9 August 1850 at Ward 9, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, Elbert Hoagland, age 38, born in New York. Enumerated, with Aletta Hoagland (age 34) and Cornelia Hoagland (age 7) in the household of Rem Lefferts.1

Family: Aletta Meserole b. c 1816

Citations

  1. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, NARA Ser. M432, Roll 520, page 70B. Rem Lefferts household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.

George Hoagland1

b. 20 March 1750, d. before 1780
  • George Hoagland was baptized on 20 March 1750 at Success, Long Island, New York.2
  • He died before 1780.2

Citations

  1. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. #47e in the genealogy. Cites Hoagland Family, 1891, pp. 181-182; Oyster Bay Dutch Ch. recs. v. 1, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."

Henry Brower Hoagland1

b. 10 June 1891
  • Henry Brower Hoagland was born on 10 June 1891.2
  • Also known as Brower Hoagland.2
  • In 1904 Henry Brower Hoagland resided at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; living with his father's family.1

Citations

  1. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from R.H. Hoagland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 17, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.
  2. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from Lura B. Copeland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 16, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

Jeanette Hoagland1

b. 1 December 1893
  • Jeanette Hoagland was born on 1 December 1893.1
  • In 1904 Jeanette Hoagland resided at Berkeley, California; living with her aunt, "Miss Sadie Brower."2

Citations

  1. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from Lura B. Copeland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 16, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.
  2. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from R.H. Hoagland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 17, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

John Hoagland1

b. 4 May 1735, d. before 13 March 1780
  • John Hoagland was baptized on 4 May 1735 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses: Johannes Bennet, femmetie Bennet.2
  • He married Elizabeth Rapalje.3
  • John Hoagland died before 13 March 1780 ; (stated as deceased in his father's will).4
  • Also known as Jan Hogelant.2

Family: Elizabeth Rapalje

  • Catharine Hoagland4
  • Elizabeth Hoagland4

Citations

  1. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. #47c in the genealogy. Cites Hoagland Family, 1891, pp. 181-182; Oyster Bay Dutch Ch. recs. v. 1, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S3536] Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 105-111 (1974-1980): 107:54. Jan; parents: Elbert Hogelant, Catlyntie Hogelant. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Jamaica, L. I."
  3. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  4. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 190-191. Abstracting Lib. 34, page 424. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Margrita Hoagland1

  • Also known as Margaret Hoogland.2
  • Margrita Hoagland is named in her husband's will on 30 April 1761 "my wife Margaret to have use of farm..."3

Family 1: Gerrit Hardenbergh b. 1697/98, d. bt 2 Dec 1731 - 25 Jan 1732

Family 2: Jan Vanderbilt b. bt 1692 - 1694, d. b 30 Apr 1768

Citations

  1. [S2667] Harry Macy Jr., "Gerritsen-Garrison, Van Wicklen, Hardenbergh, Wiltsie: Descendants of Gerrit Lubbertsen of Jamaica, L.I.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 116 (1985): 116:162. Hereinafter cited as "Gerritsen, NYGBR 116 (1985)."
  2. [S5650] Frederick Doren Stone, Laura M. Stone and Harry Macy Jr., "Jan Aertsen Vanderbilt, His Children and Grandchildren", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 144, no. 4; Vol. 145, no. 1 (2013, 2014): 145:73. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Aertsen Vanderbilt."
  3. [S3159] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstracts of Wills on file in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. VII. June 6, 1766-Nov. 29, 1771, Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year 1898 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1898), pages 167-168. Abstracting Lib. 26, page 280. John Vanderbilt. Image online at FamilySearch.org - https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/…,226625101. Hereinafter cited as Abs. N.Y. Co. Wills v.7.
  4. [S3159] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstracts of Wills on file in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. VII. June 6, 1766-Nov. 29, 1771, Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year 1898 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1898), pages 167-168. Abstracting Lib. 26, page 280. John Vanderbilt. Hereinafter cited as Abs. N.Y. Co. Wills v.7.

Marjorie Hoagland1

b. 13 June 1887
  • Marjorie Hoagland was born on 13 June 1887.1
  • In 1904 Marjorie Hoagland resided; boarding with a family and attending high school.2

Citations

  1. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from Lura B. Copeland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 16, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.
  2. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from R.H. Hoagland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 17, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

Martha Hoagland1

b. 6 September 1794
  • Martha Hoagland was born on 6 September 1794.1
  • She was baptized on 16 November 1794 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York; (no sponsors).1

Citations

  1. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.54. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.

Phebe Hoagland1

b. 3 June 1732
  • Phebe Hoagland was baptized on 3 June 1732 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses: Aerre Bennet, femmetie Bennet.2
  • She married William Montfort.3
  • Also known as Femmetie Hoogelant.2
  • Phebe Hoagland was named in her father's will dated on 13 March 1780 "daughter Phebe Montfort."4

Citations

  1. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. #47b in the genealogy. Cites Hoagland Family, 1891, pp. 181-182; Oyster Bay Dutch Ch. recs. v. 1, p. 266. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S3536] Kenn Stryker-Rodda, "Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 105-111 (1974-1980): 107:40. femmetie; parents: Elbert hoogelant, Catlyntie hoogelant. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Jamaica, L. I."
  3. [S1709] Wilson V. Ledley, "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Some of His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.93, pp. 193-204; 94, pp. 34-41, 107-114, 156-169, 205-213; Vol. 95, pp. 10-27, 155-165, 204-207 (1962-1964): 94:36. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  4. [S3349] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. X, Oct 23, 1780-Nov 5, 1782), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), pages 190-191. Abstracting Lib. 34, page 424. Hereinafter cited as Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 10.

Richard Henry Hoagland1,2

  • In 1904 Richard Henry Hoagland resided at Oakland, Alameda Co., California.2

Family: Jeanette Brower b. 26 Jul 1864, d. 14 Dec 1893

Citations

  1. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 31. 4th handwritten chart. The descendants of Anthony Post Brower. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.
  2. [S3719] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 5, BIB BB-605, Notes by Walter M. Meserole on the records from the Bailey Brower Bible, followed by the extracted records and copies of correspondence and further genealogical notes. Origin of document is not stated, hand written notes, typescipt extracts. Page 17. Letter from Lura B. Copeland to Charles DeHart Brower, June 16, 1904. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

William Hoagland1

Citations

  1. [S1433] William L. Huffman, "Dutchess County, N.Y., Tombstone Readings", Yesteryears vol.17 no.67 (Spring 1974): p.154. Hereinafter cited as "Dutchess Co. Tombstone Readings."

William Hoagland1

b. circa 1701, d. 27 August 1785
  • William Hoagland was born circa 1701 at Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.3
  • He married first before 1732 Lammentje.2
  • William Hoagland married second at New York on 19 June 1736 Aeltje Brinckerhoff, daughter of Derick Abramsz Brinckerhoff and Aeltje Janse Van Kouwenhoven.3,2
  • William Hoagland died on 27 August 1785.4
  • Surname is also spelled Hoogland.3,5
  • In 1736 William Hoagland resided at Wolver Hollow, (now Brookville), (then) Queens Co., Long Island, New York.2
  • William Hoagland moved to at Rombout Precinct, Dutchess Co., New York, after August 1743.2
  • He witnessed the baptism of Willem van Iveren , son of Berger van Iveren and Femmetje Westerveld, on 15 March 1761 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York, (sponsors Willem Hogeland, Aaltje Brinkerhoff.).6
  • His will was dated on 19 February 1772 proved Jun 1786.2

Family 1: Lammentje

  • William Hoogland2

Family 2: Aeltje Brinckerhoff

  • Neeltje Hoogland5
  • Altje Hoogland5
  • Derrick Hoogland5
  • Mariah Hoogland5
  • Antje Hoogland4
  • William Hoagland5
  • Capt. Abraham Hoagland+ b. c 1753, d. May 1809
  • Dinah Hoogland5
  • Susanna Hoogland5

Citations

  1. [S1469] Lilly Martin, "Re: Will of William Brower of Rombouts," e-mail message from Martin, Lilly (unknown address) to Chris Chester and et al, 22 Jan 2007, "Letty (Aeltje) Brower b, about 1762 d. 2-18-1831 Reformed Church, #2, New Hackensack, Dutchess Co NY.
    married Abraham Hoogland (Hogland, Houghland), s/o William.". Hereinafter cited as "L. Martin e-mail 1-22-2007."
  2. [S1481] Daniel Hoogland Carpenter, History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America (New York: C.N. Hoagland, 1891?), p.178. Hereinafter cited as Hoagland Family in America. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=15772
  3. [S1713] Lincoln C. Cocheu, "The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.70-71,81-83 (1939-40, 1950-52): 71:274. Hereinafter cited as "Van Kouwenhoven-Conover."
  4. [S1471] Lilly Martin, "Re: Will of William Brouwer of Rombouts," e-mail message from Martin, Lilly (unknown address) to Chris Chester and et al, 23 Jan 2007, "William Hoogland b. 12-17-1700 d. 8-27-1785, married Neltje (Aletha?) Adriance, d/o Cornelius. She died 4-14-1779.
    They had a son named Abraham Hoogland b. 1752 Fishkill, Dutchess Co NY, he married Letty Brouwer, d/o William, s/o Jeury, s/o Abraham, s/o Adam.
    Besides Abraham, they had a daughter named Ann Hoogland b. 3-29-1748 d. 12-14-1827, she married ADOLPHUS MYERS b. 10-10-1740/1 d. 8-17-1813, her children were: John, Sally, Happi, Anna, Cornelia, and Susanan". Hereinafter cited as "L. Martin e-mail 1-23-2007."
  5. [S1481] Daniel Hoogland Carpenter, History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America (New York: C.N. Hoagland, 1891?), p.179. Hereinafter cited as Hoagland Family in America. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=15772
  6. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.9. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.

William Hoagland1

b. before 1763
  • William Hoagland was born before 1763.
  • He married Mary Brewer at Amwell, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, on 16 November 1780.1

Citations

  1. [S4305] Henry Race, Kathleen Sands and William Frazier, Rev. Frazer's Marriages, 1768-1796 (Doylestown, Pa.: Bucks County Genealogical Society, 1989), page 224. Hereinafter cited as Rev. Frazer's Marriages 1768-1796.

William Brower Hoagland1

b. 3 July 1797
  • William Brower Hoagland was born on 3 July 1797.1
  • He was baptized on 24 August 1797 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York; sponsor Wm. Brower.1

Citations

  1. [S1706] Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York (Bowie, Maryland: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 (org.1932)), p.58. Hereinafter cited as RDC New Hackensack, NY.

Annie Laurie Hoard

b. 4 May 1897, d. August 1984
  • Annie Laurie Hoard was born on 4 May 1897 at Fort Atkinson, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin.1
  • She married Frank M. Brewer, son of Frank M. Brewer and Lorine Freeman, circa 1922.
  • Annie Laurie Hoard died in August 1984 at San Mateo Co., California.2
  • She was buried at Hebron Cemetery, Hebron, Jefferson Co., Wisconsin.3

Citations

  1. [S5299] Ancestry.com,"Wisconsin Births, 1820-1907." [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000. Original data: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Wisconsin Vital Record Index, pre-1907. Madison, WI, USA: Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services Vital Records Division.. Online www.ancestry.com., Annie L. Hoard, 4 May 1897, Jefferson. Hereinafter cited as Wisconsin Births, 1820-1907.
  2. [S25] Social Security Administration,"Social Security Death Index", Digital database from the Social Security Administration's Master File accesable online at various locations including www.americanancestors.org and www.ancestry.com. Annie Brewer, b. 4 May 1897, d. Aug 1984. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  3. [S1033] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com. , Retrieved April 2013. Annie Laurie Hoard Brewer, Mem #7673610, July 10, 2003. Photo. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.

Margaret Hobach1

b. circa 1764, d. 17 September 1853
  • Margaret Hobach was born circa 1764 at probably Hannastown, Pennsylvania.1
  • She married Peter Brewer, son of Brewer.
  • Margaret Hobach died on 17 September 1853 at Larue Co., Kentucky.1
  • Surname is also spelled Margaret Hoback.1
  • She is named in her husband's will on 2 November 1840.2
  • She appeared on the census on 17 August 1850 at Hamiltons, Larue Co., Kentucky, as Magt. Brewer, age 84, born in Virginia. She is living with her 54 year old son Samuel.3

Family: Peter Brewer b. bt 1750 - 1760, d. bt 2 Nov 1840 - 19 Apr 1841

Citations

  1. [S1202] Grant Johnston and Richard Brewer,"Brewer DNA Project (Includes Bruer, Brower, Brew, etc.)", online http://www.familytreedna.com/public/BrewerDNA/. , Lineage of James Paul Brewer, kit #28193; http://www.familytreedna.com/(tangai55couli0qlpaepfv3g)/…; Sept. 2006. Hereinafter cited as Brewer DNA Project.
  2. [S5623] Peter Brewer will (November 2, 1840), Hardin County, Kentucky Wills Vol. E, no. 48: Downloaded November 2013, Hardin Co., Kentucky, Clerk's Office, Elizabethtown, Kentucky. Hereinafter cited as Peter Brewer, Will. Online at http://www.hccoky.org/search.asp
  3. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, Ser. M432, Roll 209, p.424, image 214. Samuel Brewer household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.
  4. [S2237] Janet Brewer, "The Brouwer Genealogy Database," e-mail message from Janet Brewer to Chris Chester, Oct. 22, 2008, "By the way, "my" Peter Brewer had a son named Benjamin, if there's any significance to that (since you said there weren't many Benjamins in Adam's line). His other children were Michael, Isaac, Samuel, Elizabeth, John, and Valentine.". Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Genealogy Database."

Sarah E. Hoback1

Citations

  1. [S4206] "Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979", online www.familysearch.org. FamilySearch, 2010. Retrieved November 2013. Wm. M. Brewer, Sarah E. Hoback, Feb 1880, Larue County. FHL film #409559. Hereinafter cited as Kentucky Marriages 1785-1979.

Margaret Hoban1

b. April 1776, d. 1839
  • Margaret Hoban was born in April 1776 at possibly Nova Scotia, Canada.2
  • She married William Brower circa 1796.1
  • Margaret Hoban died in 1839.3
  • She was buried at Associate Presbyterian Churchyard, New York City, New York.3
  • She appeared on the census in 1810 at 6th Ward, New York City, New York Co., New York, as Margaret Brower (as the head of household) with a household of 1 female 16-25, 1 female over 45.4
  • She appeared on the census in 1820 at 1st Ward, New York City, New York Co., New York, as Mrs. Margaret Brower (head of household) with a household of 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-18, 3 males 16-26, 1 female under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 26-45.5
  • She appeared on the census in 1830 at 1st Ward, New York City, New York Co., New York, as Margaret Brower (as the head of household) with a household of 1 male age 20-30, 2 females age 15-20, and 1 female 50-60.6

Family: William Brower b. c 1774

Citations

  1. [S1875] Joan Wood, "E-mail Correspondence with Joan Wood," e-mail message from Joan Wood (e-mail address) to Chris Chester, Received thru Lilly Martin, Oct. 9, 2007, original message dated April 9, 2007, "Every so often I post this name in the hopes that someone has stumbled across someone who is associated with this William Brower. The only thing that I know for sure is that he was married to Margaret Hoban b. 1776 in Nova Scotia. I believe that William was born in NY around 1774. The only known child born to them was Catherine Brower b. 1797 in NY and married Alexander Marshall in 1819. I believe that there were several other children, at least one dau and prob. 3 boys but don't know their names. William dies sometime between 1820 and 1830 (I find his wife Margaret living with her dau. Catherine on Broome St in NYC). I find no record of him in the death registers of NYC.. Hereinafter cited as "E-mail Corr."
  2. [S1875] Joan Wood, "E-mail Correspondence with Joan Wood," e-mail message from Joan Wood (e-mail address) to Chris Chester, Received Jan. 28, 2008. "During my research for Catherine I came upon a woman who had paintings done of Alex, Catherine and Margaret. On the paintings themselves was listed Margaret Hoban Brower b. Apr 1776 wife of William Brower. I know that the paintings were done in 1830 but I do not know if the plaques on the paintings were placed there then or added on later by some individual. The Hoban is absolutely correct and the Brower is absolutely correct--I believe that the William is also.". Hereinafter cited as "E-mail Corr."
  3. [S1875] Joan Wood, "E-mail Correspondence with Joan Wood," e-mail message from Joan Wood (e-mail address) to Chris Chester, Received Jan. 28, 2008. "She died in 1839 and was buried in the cem. of the Associate Presby. Church which no longer exists (Their dau. Catherine was a Universalists and there are no records for them).". Hereinafter cited as "E-mail Corr."
  4. [S138] MyFamily.com, 1810 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com Inc., 2003), Federal Census, Roll 32, p.452, image 241. Hereinafter cited as 1810 US Census.
  5. [S139] Ancestry.com, 1820 United States Federal Census., Digital image of original census records (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2003), Federal Census, Roll M33 77, p.49, image 32. Hereinafter cited as 1820 US Census.
  6. [S402] Ancestry.com, 1830 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2003), Federal census, Roll 96, p.7. Hereinafter cited as 1830 US Census.

Hannah Hobbs1

b. 4 March 1811, d. 2 December 1861
  • Father*: Elisha Hobbs2
  • Mother*: Lydia Coffin2
  • Hannah Hobbs was born on 4 March 1811 at North Carolina.2
  • She married Richard Brewer, son of Elias Brewer and Mary Cadwallder, at Washington Co., Indiana, on 6 April 1828.3
  • Hannah Hobbs died on 2 December 1861 at Washington Co., Indiana; age 50y 8m 28d.2
  • She was buried at Old Blue River Cemetery, Washington Co., Indiana.2
  • She appeared on the census on 18 August 1850 at Vernon, Washington Co., Indiana, as Hannah Brauer, her age given as "30", born in North Carolina.4
  • She appeared on the census on 15 June 1860 at Vernon, Washington Co., Indiana, as Hannah Brewer, age 49, born in North Carolina.5

Family: Richard Brewer b. 8 Sep 1797, d. 6 Feb 1877

Citations

  1. [S1901] Research of Marie Brewer Fawcett and Nita Pugh. Received from Richard Brewer, Feb. 2008."Elias Brewer Worksheet," compiled by Bob Brewer, Kalamazoo, MI, 2 Feb 1985.. Hereafter as Fawcett-Pugh Research.
  2. [S3277] Willard C. Heiss, Abstracts of Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1977), Blue River Monthly Meeting (Hicksite), Washington Co., Indiana, page 124. Hereinafter cited as Abstracts of Records, Soc. of Friends, Indiana.
  3. [S1901] Research of Marie Brewer Fawcett and Nita Pugh. Received from Richard Brewer, Feb. 2008."Elias Brewer Worksheet," presummed to be compiled by Bob Brewer, Kalamazoo, MI, 2 Feb 1985. The marriage date is given as 6 Apr 1828.. Hereafter as Fawcett-Pugh Research.
  4. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, Roll M432 179, p.219, image 253. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.
  5. [S232] MyFamily.com, 1860 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, 2004), Federal census, Roll M653 306, p.98, image 99. Hereinafter cited as 1860 US Census.

Hannah C. Hockman1

d. before February 1886

Family: Elijah Newman Brower b. 25 Nov 1851, d. 10 Dec 1924

Citations

  1. [S2600] Jay H. Brower, "The Browers of Coventry Twp., Chester Co., Pa.", Mennonite Family History Vol. 4, no. 3, pages 103-105 (July 1985). Hereinafter cited as "The Browers of Coventry Twp., Chester Co., Pa."

Charles Hodgden Jr.1

b. circa 1828
  • Charles Hodgden Jr. appeared on the census in 1850 at Kingston Twp., Delaware Co., Ohio, age 22.1

Family: Mary Jane Lampman b. 1829, d. 1860 or 1863

Citations

  1. [S1308] Henry Russell Kelly, Imprints on the Sands of Time: Left by certain Kelly's, Lampman's, Craig's, Ferguson's (S.I.: n.pub., 1972), p.102. Hereinafter cited as Imprints on the Sands of Time.

Emmet Bruce Hodgden1

b. 1850 or 1853
  • Emmet Bruce Hodgden was born in 1850 or 1853 (1850 per family document or 1853 per Charles's pension statement).1
  • He married Martha Ellen Chambers on 25 December 1874.1

Family: Martha Ellen Chambers

Citations

  1. [S1308] Henry Russell Kelly, Imprints on the Sands of Time: Left by certain Kelly's, Lampman's, Craig's, Ferguson's (S.I.: n.pub., 1972), p.102. Hereinafter cited as Imprints on the Sands of Time.

Ernest Alvedor Hodgden1

b. 4 October 1875, d. 8 October 1942
  • Ernest Alvedor Hodgden was born on 4 October 1875 at Delaware Co., Ohio.1
  • He married Eleise Rosita Heyde on 23 December 1907.1
  • Ernest Alvedor Hodgden died on 8 October 1942 at St. Joseph, Missouri.1

Family: Eleise Rosita Heyde b. 19 Sep 1886, d. 26 Oct 1928

  • Dorothy Rosita Hodgden1

Citations

  1. [S1308] Henry Russell Kelly, Imprints on the Sands of Time: Left by certain Kelly's, Lampman's, Craig's, Ferguson's (S.I.: n.pub., 1972), p.102. Hereinafter cited as Imprints on the Sands of Time.