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Aefje Van Hoorn1

  • Also known as Aefje Theobles.2
  • Aefje Van Hoorn witnessed the baptism of Susanna Bedlow , daughter of Isaac Bedlow and Susanna Bresser, on 29 April 1711 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors John Theobleds, Senr., Aefje Van Hoorn, s.h.v.).1
  • Aefje Van Hoorn witnessed the baptism of John Theobald , son of Robert Theobald and Agnes Lynsen, on 3 March 1725 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Joost Lynse, Aefje Theobles).2

Family: Johan Theobald

Citations

  1. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 352. Susanna; parents Isaac Bedlo, Susanna Brajor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  2. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 456. John; parents: Roberd Theobles, Angenietje Lynse. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  3. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 351. Anna; parents: John Theobleds, Senr, Aefje Van Hoorn. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Cornelis Jansz Van Hoorn

b. circa 1636
  • Cornelis Jansz Van Hoorn was born circa 1636 at Hoorn, Noordt Holland, the Netherlands.1
  • He married Anna Marie Jans, daughter of Jan and Annatje Jans, before 1660.2
  • Also known as Cornelis Janszen Hoorn.3
  • Also known as Cornelis de Visscher.4
  • Also known as Cornelis Janszen.2

Family: Anna Marie Jans

  • Hillegond Cornelise2
  • Jannetie Cornelise5
  • Vrouwtie Cornelise6
  • Jan Corneliszen4
  • Gerrit Corneliszen3

Citations

  1. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): 46:51. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."
  2. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:90. Hillegond; parents: Cornelis Janszen, Anna Marie Jans.
  3. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 104. Gerrit; parents: Corn. Janszen Hoorn, Anna Maria Jans. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  4. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:129. Jan; parents: Cornelis de Visscher, Anna Maria Jans.
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:156. Jannetie; parents: Cornelis Janszen, Anna Maria Jans.
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:71. Vrouwtie; parents: Cornelis Janszen, Anna Maria Jans.

Jan Cornelisz Van Hoorn1

b. before 1615, d. before June 1669
  • Jan Cornelisz Van Hoorn was probably born before 1615 at Hoorn, Noordt Holland, the Netherlands.
  • He married Hilligond Joris at the Netherlands before 1636.2
  • Jan Cornelisz Van Hoorn died before June 1669 ; (wife remarried).3
  • Also known as Jan Corneliszen.3
  • On 23 June 1645 Jan Cornelissen received land grants on the south side of Marketfield Street.4
  • On 4 October 1647 He signed a power of attorney to Jan Janszen of New Amsterdam to receive money due him in Amsterdam.4
  • On 14 April 1657 He was granted small burgher rights at New Amsterdam.4
  • He was a member of at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, as early as 1659.4
  • On 20 April 1661 He bought a water mill from Abraham Pietersen, miller, located "on the fresh water" near present Foley Square (located in Lower Manhattan).5
  • He witnessed the baptism of Johannes Cornelisz Van Hoorn , son of Cornelis Janszen Van Hoorn and Anne Marie Janszen, on 17 January 1663 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsor Jan Corneliszen Van Hoorn).1
  • Jan Cornelisz Van Hoorn witnessed the baptism of Vrouwtie Cornelise , daughter of Cornelis Jansz Van Hoorn and Anna Marie Jans, on 25 July 1666 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Jan Corneliszen, Hillegond Joris).6
  • See George O. Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York annd New Jersey," The American Genealogist, vols. 46-47 (1970-1971) for clarification of errors found in earlier accounts of Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn.2

Family: Hilligond Joris b. b 1620

Citations

  1. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:152. Johannes; parents: Corn. Janszen Van Hoorn, Anne Marie Jans.
  2. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): No date or place is suggested for their marriage. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."
  3. [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.33. Evert Pieterszen, Wede., Van Grietje Arents, en Hillegondt Joris, Wede., Van Jan Corneliszen. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  4. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): 46:49. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."
  5. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): 46:49. Citing Holland Society Yearbook, 1900, p. 132. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:71. Vrouwtie; parents: Cornelis Janszen, Anna Maria Jans.
  7. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): 46:51. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."
  8. [S5404] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn/Van Horne Family of New York and New Jersey", The American Genealogist Vol. 46, pp. 47-57, 110-116, 170-177, 235-243; Vol. 47, pp. 50-55 (1970): 46:55. Hereinafter cited as "Jan Cornelisen Van Hoorn Family."

Jannetje Van Hoorn1

d. before 14 October 1731
  • Also known as Jannetje Van Sicklen (married name).3

Family: Reynier van Sicklen b. c 1661

Citations

  1. [S3813] Unknown author, "1653 Indenture of Ferdenande van Sicheler", New Netherland Connections Vol. 5, page 38 (2000). Hereinafter cited as "1653 Indenture of Ferdenande van Sicheler."
  2. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), pages 258-259. Rienier van Siglen, young man from N. Amersfort; with Jannetie van Hoorn, widow of Joseph Hopper, residing at New York. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S1852] A. Van Dorn Honeyman, "The Lane Families of Somerset County and Vicinity", Somerset County Historical Quarterly vols. 2, 3, 4 (1913, 1914, 1915): 3:211. Hereinafter cited as "Lane, SCHQ 3 (1914)."
  4. [S1852] A. Van Dorn Honeyman, "The Lane Families of Somerset County and Vicinity", Somerset County Historical Quarterly vols. 2, 3, 4 (1913, 1914, 1915): 2:118. Hereinafter cited as "Lane, SCHQ 3 (1914)."
  5. [S5053] John W. Van Sickle, A History of the Van Sickle Family in the United States of America (Springfield, Ohio: the Author, 1880), page 81. Hereinafter cited as Van Sickle Family. http://books.google.com/books

Amanda Clarissa Van Horn1

b. 28 July 1839
  • Amanda Clarissa Van Horn was born on 28 July 1839.2
  • She married Joseph M. Dotson.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Barent Christiansen Van Horn1

b. 14 May 1651
  • Also known as Barent Cristiaense.4
  • Also known as Barent Christianszen.1
  • He remained in the area of Jersey City, Bergen Co., New Jersey. On 26 Mar 1667 he was given a confirmatory patent to 170 acres along the Hudson River in Minkaque (Greenville), south of Jersey City. The land was adjacent to the land of his step-father, Laurens Van Buskirk. He also obtained a patent for land on Newark Bay (at Droyer's Point), and also acquired land in the Bogota-Teaneck area of Bergen Co. with his step-father, brothers, and half-brothers. He owned land on the Kill van Cull which he later traded to his half-brother, Andries Laurensen Van Buskirk. A 1702 patent shows that he owned land in "Newark bounds" which was on the west side of the Passaic River. This may have become the property of his eldest son Dirck.
    In 1703, Barnet, and his half-brother Peter Van Buskirk, purchased 1000 acres on Neshaminy Creek in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. In 1707, Barent purchased 550 acres in Bucks County. Of this he sold 1391 acres to his sons, Peter, Christian, Abraham and Isaac. Sons, Nicholas and John also moved to the Delaware River Valley from New Jersey. Youngest son, Jacob, was the only one to remain in New Jersey.1

Family: Geertie Dirckse b. 5 Mar 1662

  • Dirck Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Christian Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Pieter Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Nicholas Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Barent Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Johannes Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Abraham Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Jannetje Barentse Van Horn5
  • Isaac Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Jacob Barentsen Van Horn5
  • Benjamin Barentsen Van Horn5

Citations

  1. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:196. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  2. [S4495] George E. McCracken, "European Origin of Christiaen Barents Van Hoorn", The American Genealogist Vol. 47, page 173 (1971): FHL film #113416. Hereinafter cited as "European Origin of Christiaen Barents Van Hoorn."
  3. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:196. Date not found in New York or Bergen Church records. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  4. [S2073] "Baptisms in the Village of Bergen in New Jersey Beginning 1666", Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York Bergen Book (1913): page 44, no. 314. Jannetje; parents: Barent Cristiaense, Geertje Dierckx. Hereinafter cited as "HSYB, Bergen Book."
  5. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:197. Date of birth from Williams, but original source is unknown. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."

Catherine Van Horn1

d. 7 July 1786

Family: Henry Bedlow b. 3 May 1767

Citations

  1. [S5004] Unknown author, "Copy of the Family Record in the Bible of William Bedlow", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 31, pp.51-52 (1900). Hereinafter cited as "William Bedlow Family Record."

Cornelis Christianszen Van Horn1

b. 3 August 1653, d. between 22 March 1727 and 24 March 1729
  • Also known as Cornelis Christiaenszen.2
  • He acquired land in the old Hackensack Township, Bergen County, New Jersey, in the Bogota-Teaneck area. His first patent was dated 1685 and covered 183 acres between the Hackensack River and the West Branch of Overpeck Creek. It was near the area of Teaneck. Lutheran Church services were often held on his home.
    On 29 Apr 1703, Cornelis Christianse and others were given the Waywayanda Patent in Orange County, New York. The patent was near the disputed boundary between New York and New Jersey. There is no evidence that he (or his children) ever lived there. In 1763 the patentees lost title to the land in Orange county for non-payment of quit rents.4
  • His will was dated on 22 March 1726/27 Cornelis Van Horen, yeoman of Hackensack, Bergen County. Proved 24 Mar 1728/29.5

Family: Margrietje Lucas Vandenburgh b. 26 May 1658

  • Lucas Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Jannetje Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Christian Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Cornelis Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Johannes Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Annatje Cornelis Van Horn5
  • Dirck Cornelisz Van Horn5
  • Elsie Cornelis Van Horn5
  • Dirck Cornelisz Van Horn5

Citations

  1. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:197. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  2. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:150. Parent Christiaen Barentszen.
  3. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:198. No record of marriage found. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  4. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:197-98. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  5. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:198. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."

Eleanor Van Horn1

  • Eleanor Van Horn married by license dated on 30 November 1767 at New Jersey Rutgert Van Brunt.1

Citations

  1. [S2136] William Nelson, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Volume XXII. Marriage Records, 1665-1800, Archives of the State of New Jersey. First Series (Paterson, N.J.: Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1900), page 411. Van Brunt, Rutgert, Kings Co., N.Y., and Eleanor Van Horn, Harsemus. Hereinafter cited as Doc. Rel. Col. N.J. v.XXII.

Eliza Jane Van Horn1

b. 15 October 1833
  • Eliza Jane Van Horn was born on 15 October 1833.2
  • She married James Brogan on 29 May 1856.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Emily Van Horn1

b. 24 October 1841, d. 26 February 1909
  • Emily Van Horn was born on 24 October 1841.2
  • She married William Westley Snyder on 21 March 1870.2
  • Emily Van Horn died on 26 February 1909 at Creston, Union Co., Iowa.3

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 86. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  3. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

George Van Horn1

b. 7 September 1800, d. 20 August 1882

Family: Clarissa Higbee b. 10 Apr 1803, d. 1 Apr 1868

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

George Van Horn Jr.1

b. 28 March 1830
  • George Van Horn Jr. was born on 28 March 1830.2
  • He married Laura Jane Perkins.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Harrison Van Horn1

b. 8 August 1835, d. 24 November 1863
  • Harrison Van Horn was born on 8 August 1835.2
  • He married Jane Clemens.2
  • Harrison Van Horn died on 24 November 1863 at Paducah, Kentucky.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Hattie Van Horn1

b. 15 March 1794
  • Hattie Van Horn was born on 15 March 1794.2
  • She was baptized on 22 June 1796 at Paramus Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen Co., New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S528] Arthur Pine Van Gelder, "Van Gelder Families in America", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.75 (1944): 75:173. Hereinafter cited as "Van Gelder, NYG&BR 75 (1944)."
  2. [S2167] Howard S.F. Randolph and Russell Bruce Rankin, Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey, Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms, 1740-1850 (Rhinebeck, NY: Kinship, 1935, reprint 1992), page 59. Hettie; parents: Pieter Van Hoorn and Rachel Van Gelder. Hereinafter cited as Paramus RDC Baptisms.

James H. Van Horn1

b. 11 January 1828
  • James H. Van Horn was born on 11 January 1828.2
  • James H. Van Horn resided at Decatur City, Decatur Co., Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 84. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Johannes Christianszen Van Horn1

b. 18 March 1657, d. before 5 March 1693
  • Johannes Christianszen Van Horn was baptized on 18 March 1657 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Herman Smeeman, Aeltje Carstens.2
  • He married Anna Cornelis, daughter of Cornelis Matthyszen and Barentje Dircks.3
  • Johannes Christianszen Van Horn died before 5 March 1693 ; (when his wife remarried).
  • Also known as Jan Christiaenszen.2
  • On 29 Sep 1697, a patent for 160 acres in Hackensack Township was issued to Christiancie Johannes, son and heir of Johannes Christins, late of Bergen County, deceased.4

Family: Anna Cornelis b. 10 Sep 1662

  • Christian Johannesz Van Horn5
  • Barent Johannesz Van Horn5

Citations

  1. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:198. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  2. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:178. Jan, parents Christiaen Barentszen, Jannetje Jans.
  3. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:200-201. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  4. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:199. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."
  5. [S3578] George Olin Zabriskie, "Christian Barentsen Van Horn and Some of His Earlier Descendants", The American Genealogist Vol. 43 (1966): 43:201. Hereinafter cited as "Christian Barentsen Van Horn."

Joseph H. Van Horn1

b. 4 September 1846
  • Joseph H. Van Horn was born on 4 September 1846.2
  • He married Emma Cunningham on 10 October 1883.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 86. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Margaret Van Horn1

b. 20 July 1800
  • Father*: John Van Horn2
  • Erroneously called Margaret Van Buskirk in some early biographies of her son, George V. Brower.
  • Margaret Van Horn and Richard Brower joined the at First Presbyterian Church, Paterson, New Jersey, on 5 January 1823 on confession. They were dismissed 13 May 1840 to join the Second Presbyterian Church, Paterson.3
  • Margaret Van Horn appeared on the census on 10 August 1850 at Paterson, Passaic Co., New Jersey, as Margaret Brower, age 50.4
  • She appeared on the census in June 1860 at East Ward, Paterson, Passaic Co., New Jersey, as Margaret "Brown", age 60.5

Family: Richard Brower b. 13 Dec 1797

Citations

  1. [S1519] William Bogardus, "E-mail correspondence from William Bogardus," e-mail message from Bogardus, William to Chris Chester and et al, April 23, 2007, to Chris Chester, Lilly Martin, Paul Brewer, et al; Ancestors and Descendants of William Brower who married Mariah Helm; "Christopher, b. 1768, Brooklyn, NY, d. 19 May 1845, Paterson, NJ, 1m. 21 Sep 1794, Protestant Dutch Reformed Church at Acquackanonk, Passaic, NJ, Lena Van Houten, b. 31 Aug 1792, dau. of Adrian Van Houten and Marretje Cadmus, d. 10 Mar 1806; 2m. Elizabeth Garretson at Acquackanonk. Known children: by 1m:(a) Maria, b. 16 Apr 1795, bp. Totowa 7 May 1794; (2) Deric, b. 13 Dec 1797, bp. Totowa, 25 Dec 1797, m. 20 Jul 18290, Margaret Van Horn, b. 20 Jul 1800; (3) Charity; (4) Cattilineu, b. 21 Apr 1804, bp. 17 Jun 1804 at Totowa; by 2m. (5) Ann; (6) John Garrison, b. 31 Mar 1820, bp. 23 Jul 1850, First Presbyterian Church, Paterson, NJ". Hereinafter cited as "Wm. Bogardus e-mail."
  2. [S1519] William Bogardus, "E-mail correspondence from William Bogardus," e-mail message from Bogardus, William to Chris Chester and et al, dated May 23, 2007; to Chris Chester, Paul Brewer, et al; "Re: George Vanderhoof Brower". Hereinafter cited as "Wm. Bogardus e-mail."
  3. [S2448] Letter from First Presbyterian Church of Paterson Church Office (Paterson, New Jersey) to Alfred Brower, 6 Jun 1986; William B. Bogardus Collection (Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio). Box 6, File 39-B. A copy of the letter was given to William B. Bogardus by Alfred H. Brower.
  4. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, Roll M432-461, p.312, image 379. 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 M653-706, p.367, image 72. Hereinafter cited as 1860 US Census.

Maria Van Horn1,2

  • Father*: Abraham Barentsen Van Horn2
  • Mother*: Mary Dungan2

Family 1: Isaac Bennet b. 14 Apr 1717

Family 2: Derrick Kroesen b. 5 Feb 1718, d. 1804

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): 94:168. Hereinafter cited as "Willem Adriaense Bennet of Brooklyn."
  2. [S4098] Perry Streeter, "Derrick/Richard Krusen, Corrections and Extensions to Warren Cruise's The Croesen Families of America", New Netherland Connections Vol. 7, page 103; Vol. 8, page 23 (2002): 7:104. Hereinafter cited as "Derrick/Richard Krusen."
  3. [S4924] "Reformed Dutch Church, Churchville, Bucks County, Pa., Baptisms 1737-1780; Marriages 1738-1772", Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine Vol. 20, page 150 (1956): 20:155. Abraham; parents: Isaac Bennet & Maria Van Horn. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Churchville, Bucks Co., Pa."
  4. [S4924] "Reformed Dutch Church, Churchville, Bucks County, Pa., Baptisms 1737-1780; Marriages 1738-1772", Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine Vol. 20, page 150 (1956): 20:155. Elesebet; parents: Isaac Bennet & Mary Van Horn. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Churchville, Bucks Co., Pa."
  5. [S3592] Barbara A. Barth, The Dorland Enigma Solved, A revision of the Dorland Genealogy (Sandisfield, Mass.: Diane Barth Swartz, 2007), page 56. Hereinafter cited as The Dorland Enigma Solved.

Mary Ann Van Horn1

b. 17 June 1826, d. 21 February 1904
  • Mary Ann Van Horn was born on 17 June 1826.2
  • She married Joseph Mickey on 23 September 1847.2
  • Mary Ann Van Horn died on 21 February 1904 at Cairo, Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 84. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Peter Van Horn1

Family: Rachel Van Gelder b. 22 Apr 1764

Citations

  1. [S528] Arthur Pine Van Gelder, "Van Gelder Families in America", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.75 (1944): 75:173. Hereinafter cited as "Van Gelder, NYG&BR 75 (1944)."

Rachel Van Horn

Sitney Van Horn1

b. 3 February 1832
  • Sitney Van Horn was born on 3 February 1832.2
  • She married Louis W. Graham.2
  • Descendants lived in Cowley Co., Kansas.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Thomas Van Horn1

b. 24 March 1843, d. 24 November 1845
  • Thomas Van Horn was born on 24 March 1843.2
  • He died on 24 November 1845 at West Liberty, Muscatine Co., Iowa.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 86. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Urias Van Horn1

b. 1 July 1837, d. 16 May 1863
  • Urias Van Horn was born on 1 July 1837.2
  • He died on 16 May 1863 at Champion Hill, Mississippi; in battle during the Civil War.2
  • He served in the Union Army during the Civil War enlisted with Co. C., 10th Regt. Iowa Infantry.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 85. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

William Van Horn1

b. 11 November 1824
  • William Van Horn was born on 11 November 1824.2
  • He is supposed to have drowned in the Black River in Wisconsin.2

Citations

  1. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 80. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.
  2. [S4137] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 84. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Abraham Van Horne1

b. 15 January 1699, d. November 1759
  • Abraham Van Horne was baptized on 15 January 1699 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; sponsors Niklaes Brouwer and h.w. Jannetje.2
  • He married Annetje Couwenhoven, daughter of Cornelis Willemszen Van Kouwenhoven and Margaretta Roelofse Schenck, circa 1724.3
  • Abraham Van Horne died in November 1759 at Whitehouse, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey; of small pox.4
  • He was buried at Old Cemetery, Whitehouse, New Jersey.4
  • Also known as Abraham Van Hoorn.5
  • Also known as Abram Van Hoorn.6
  • Also known as Abraham Matthyszen.7
  • On 24 January 1722 In a deed, Abraham Van Horn sells to Capt. Richard Saltar, land that was originally acquired by Abraham's father Matthys Cornelisson.8
  • As a young man, Abraham, along with his brother Cornelis, moved to Monmouth County, New Jersey. He and his wife lived in Monmouth County until about 1724 when Abraham purchased ninety acres of land in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The property was situated along Rockaway Creek near the confluence of its north and south branches, and was part of a large tract originally owned by George Willocks, John Budd and James Logan. It was survayed and recorded in 1720. Abraham built a large public house, or inn, on the main highway running from New Brunswick to Easton, Pennsylvania. It was painted white and the village that grew up around it eventually became known as Whitehouse, New Jersey. His own private house was built in 1731. Abraham and his wife joined the Reformed Dutch Church at Readington in 1749.1
  • He was made an executor of the will of Cornelis Van Horne on 24 December 1743; codicil 3 Feb 1744, proved 16 March 1744. Cornelius Vanhorn of Reading Town, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Names wife Hannah. Eldest son Thomas, tract of land where the testator lived, bought of John Bud, subject to maintaining the testator's minor children. Son, Matthias, land in Upper Freehold adjoining Thomas Leonard, Thomas Averham, Abiah Cook and Joseph Williams, in Monmouth County, subject to payments. Eldest daughter Catherine Vanhorn, when 27. Second daughter Elizabeth Vanhorn when 24. Son, Cornelius, small tract of land in Upper Croswix Creek in Burlington County purchased of Matthew Watson, he paying money to younger brother Daniel Vanhorn at 21. Seven sons and three daughters. Names as executors, son Thomas, brother Abraham Vanhorn and Nicholas Wykoff. Witnessed by Cornelius Wyckof, Roelof Roelofson, Mathias Van Horn, Matt. Brown.
    Codicil: Testator's printing books to the whole family. Elizabeth Vanhorn, the side saddle which was his mother's. Witnesses: Matthew Brown, Cornelius Wyckof, Methias Van Horn.9
  • His will was dated on 29 November 1758 proved 5 Dec 1759. Abraham van Horn of Hunterdon Co. Wife, Anita. Children: Abraham (youngest son and under age), Margaret, wife of Herman Rulefson, Phicha, Anita, Neeltie, Matthew (oldest son, married), Cornelius. Children of son Matthew, viz., Abraham, William, Matthew and Cornelius. Homefarm of 250 acres with a gristmill; another farm of 200 acres; other real estate and personal property, including 7 negro slaves. Executors: sons Cornelius and Abraham, with son-in-law Tobias ten Eyck. Witnesses: Cornelius van der Bilt, Edward Wilmot, David Cock.10,11
  • Inventory of estate taken on 9 February 1760 £576.11.6, incl. bonds and book debts, £201.9.5; books £2.14; 5 looking glasses, £4; 200 bush. of wheat, a skreen and a skoop, £64; made by Michael Demott and Edward Wilmot.10



Family: Annetje Couwenhoven b. c 1702, d. 17 Dec 1759

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.128. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [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. Abram; parents: Mathijs Corneliss, Fijtie. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.6. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.129. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  5. [S2182] "Records of the Dutch Congregations of Freehold and Middletown", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vols. 22-38 (1947-1963): 22:87. A daughter; parents: Abraham Van Hoorn, Anke Kouwenhoven; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Freehold-Middletown Recs., GMNJ."
  6. [S2182] "Records of the Dutch Congregations of Freehold and Middletown", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vols. 22-38 (1947-1963): 22:62. A child; parents: Abram Van Hoorn, Anke Kouwenhoven; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Freehold-Middletown Recs., GMNJ."
  7. [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): 24:29. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  8. [S2488] The Family of Matthys Cornelissen, Unpublished manuscript, 1978?, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. Box 5, CC-191 (received from 161-W). Primarily assembled by Paul H. Van Horn and on file at the New Jersey Historical Society. (This copy was not scanned). The location of this deed is not stated. Abraham's brother, Cornelius, had a deed of 1721 recorded in East Jersey Deeds, Lib. K, page 328. Perhaps this deed can be found in this same location.
  9. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 500. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.
  10. [S2459] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series Vol. 32; Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc. Vol. 3 1751-1760 (Somerville, N.J.: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1924), page 335. Abstracting Lib. 10, p. 73. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.3 1751-1760.
  11. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.128. probated 5 Dec 1759; calls himself Abraham Van Horne of the County of Hunterdon, Province of New Jersey, being in perfect health and sound memory. Names his loving wife Annetje, to have full possession of his dwelling house, gristmill, and 240 acres, until his youngest son Abraham reached the age of twenty-one years, afterwhich Annetje is to have "no more of the premises during her widowhood than the equal part of my dwelling house, the house where Samuel Covill now liveth, with half the orchard and ten acres below the milldam." She is also to receive "the best bed in the house with all its furniture thereunto belonging, the cupboard, one dozen pewter plates, six pewter platters, three iron pots, my negro man named Ceasar and his wife Bet during my said wife's life, and after her death, or the said negros come to be past hard labor, that they shall be maintained by my son Abraham Van Horne, his heirs and assigns, for I positively order that they shall not be sold to any person whatsoever." He gives to daughter Margarete the sum of one hundred pound and the negro girl named Maria. To daugter Phildia, a negro girl named Hannah. To daughter Annetje, a negro girl named Dinah. To daughter Neeltje, the negro girl named Hagar. His son Abraham is to receive the negro boy named Peter, "also three milch cows, three of my best horses, my best wagon, two plows all with their tackling thereunto belonging, as his property forever." His remaining part of his estate is to be divided among his three daughters, Phildia, Neeltje, Annetje, and wife. "Eldest son, Matthew Van Horne," to receive 200 acres where he currently lives, part of a larger tract of land containing 400 acres, the 200 acres to be passed to Matthew's children upon his death. The remaining two hundred acres to be divided among Matthew's "eldest boys viz: Abraham, William, Cornelius and Matthew," Abraham to recieve fifty acres with the sawmill, with the remaing 150 acres to be divided among the other three. The testator's son Abraham is to receive 250 acres with the gristmills, houses and barns, and is to pay his three sisters, Phidia, Neeltje, and Annetje the sum of one hundred and thirty pounds each in staggered payments after he (son Abraham) attains the age of twenty-one. Sons Cornelius and Abraham to receive, "two certain tracts of land on the Society, so called viz: the tract on where John Thomas now liveth, and the other tract of land I bought of Abraham DeWitt." Daughter Margarete and her husband Herman Roelofson to receive the tract of land on which they now live. Daughter Neeltje to receive a certain tract of land along "the Society." All rights to his Elizabeth town purchases to be divided equally among his children (with conditions). He appoints, "well beloved son Cornelius, my loving son Abraham and my son-in-law Tobias Ten Eyck" as executors. Signed by Abraham Van Horne, witnessed by David Cock, Cornelius Vanderbilt (his mark), Edward Wilmot.. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  12. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.135. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  13. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  14. [S1713] Lincoln C. Cocheu, "The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.70-71,81-83 (1939-40, 1950-52): 81:226. Hereinafter cited as "Van Kouwenhoven-Conover."

Abraham Van Horne1

b. 10 October 1731, d. before March 1740
  • Abraham Van Horne was baptized on 10 October 1731.1
  • He died before March 1740.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abraham Van Horne1

b. 1 March 1740
  • Abraham Van Horne was born on 1 March 1740.1
  • He married Gertrude Wyckoff, daughter of Cornelius Wyckoff and Elizabeth Anderson, on 4 May 1761.2
  • He resided at his father's farm and continued the operation of the inn, store, and gristmill. During the American Revolution he served as an Issuing Forage Master for Gen. George Washington, and his barn was used to store flour and provisions for the Continental Troops. In 1792 Abraham invited a Committee from the Classes of New Brunswick Seminary to come to his home and help organize a church at Whitehouse. It was first known as the Dutch Reformed Church of Rockaway. For fifteen years his barn served as the meeting house until in 1807 a church was built in an area of his apple orchard.3

Family: Gertrude Wyckoff

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.139. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.139-140. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.141. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abraham Van Horne1

b. February 1742
  • Abraham Van Horne was born in February 1742.2
  • He married Elizabeth Smith.2
  • He is named in his grandfather, Abraham Van Horne's will of Dec 1758.2

Family: Elizabeth Smith

  • Margarete Van Horne3
  • Elnora Van Horne3
  • Elizabeth Van Horne3
  • Mathias Van Horne3
  • Maria Van Horne3
  • Abraham Van Horne3
  • Otis Van Horne3
  • Hannah Van Horne3
  • William Van Horne3
  • Lydia Van Horne3
  • Thomas Van Horne3
  • Anna Van Horne3
  • Cornelius Van Horne3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.135, 141. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.135. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.141. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Dom. Abraham Van Horne1

b. 3 December 1763, d. 5 January 1840
  • Dom. Abraham Van Horne was born on 3 December 1763.1
  • He married Anne Covenhoven, daughter of Cornelius Covenhoven and Mary Hendrickson, on 13 October 1785.2
  • Dom. Abraham Van Horne died on 5 January 1840.3
  • He was buried at Reformed Church, Caughnawaga (now Fonda), Montgomery Co., New York.3
  • During the Revolutionary War he assisted his father in his role as Commissary for the Continental Army. After the Revolution, Abraham entered Queens College (now Rutgers University) where he studied for the ministry and received his license to preach in 1792 (Sprague's Annals of the Reformed Church in America). During his career he held three pastorates (1796-1833), one at Warwarsing, near Kingston, New York. The last was at Caughnawaga (Fonda), New York. He married over fifteen hundred couples and batized over twenty-three hundred children, and assisted in organizing several Reformed Churches.2

Family: Anne Covenhoven b. 6 Dec 1767, d. 1840

  • Cornelius Van Horne3
  • Abram A. Van Horne3
  • Maria Van Horne3
  • Cornelius Covenhoven Van Horne3
  • Gertrude Van Horne3
  • Catherine Van Horne3
  • William F. Van Horne3
  • Anna Van Horne3
  • Matthew Van Horne3
  • Nelly Van Horne3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.139. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.146. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.147. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Van Horne1

b. 28 August 1738, d. 5 March 1810
  • Abram Van Horne was born on 28 August 1738 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • He married Hannah Huff, daughter of Richard Huff, at New Jersey on 9 December 1763.2
  • Abram Van Horne died on 5 March 1810 at Van Hornesville, Herkimer Co., New York.3
  • He was buried at Van Hornesville Cemetery, Herkimer Co., New York; in 1928 descendants placed a large boulder with an inscribed bronze tablet at his gravesite.4
  • In about 1771, Abram moved to Tryon County, New York, and settled in what was then called Warrensbush. During the Revolution he was a Patriot and in June 1775 joined the Tryon County Safety Committee as a member of the Mohawk District. The meetings were often held at the Van Alstyne House in Canajoharie. Due to threats of violence, and an aborted assassination attempt by local Tories, a blockhouse was built for Abram's family which was guarded by several soldiers. He was appointed Quartermaster of the Third Regt., Tryon Co. Militia under Col. Frederick Visscher. In 1779, Abram Van Horne became a member of the New York State Legislature and served for four sessions. On 22 May 1781, he was appointed High Sheriff of Tryon County, and afterwards was known as "Sheriff Abram." In 1783 he retraced a march he had made in 1779 over the Otsquago Trail, this time accompanied by his sons Daniel and Richard. They first settled near Cansdebanak Church, not far from Fort Plain, but after a couple of years moved further up Otsquago Creek, settling on land which is now known as Van Hornesville (a hamlet in the town of Stark, Herkimer Co., New York). There he built a mill, house, an inn, and a store. His apple orchard later became a park in the village, his old barn became a museum, and the Central School was built on land owned by one of his sons.3
  • He witnessed the baptism of Adaline Van Horne , daughter of Thomas Van Horne and Lucy Torrey, on 26 April 1802 at Reformed Dutch Church, Herkimer, New York, (sponsors Abram and Hannah Van Horne).5

Family: Hannah Huff

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9, 15 citing NJ Archives vol.22, series 1, p.414. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.15. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.17. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  5. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.36, 57. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  6. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Van Horne1

  • Abram Van Horne was born at Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.14. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Van Horne1

b. 28 February 1776, d. 28 June 1857
  • Abram Van Horne was born on 28 February 1776.1
  • He was baptized on 7 April 1776 at Reformed Dutch Church, Marlboro, New Jersey.2
  • He married Jemina Benschoten at First Reformed Dutch Church, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York, on 16 February 1800.3
  • Abram Van Horne died on 28 June 1857 at Otsego Co., New York.4
  • He was buried at Lakewood Cemetery, Cooperstown, New York.4
  • Soon after the birth of their first child, Abram and his wife left New Jersey for Otsego County, New York. He purchased a large tract of land along Lake Otsego which included Five Mile Point. His house was built on a hill overlooking the lake.4

Family: Jemina Benschoten

  • James Van Horne4
  • John A. Van Horne4
  • Jane Ann Van Horne4
  • Abram B. Van Horne4
  • Cornelius Van Horne4
  • Eliza Van Horne4
  • Walter Van Horne4
  • Hannah Van Horne4
  • Jemina Van Horne4
  • Thomas P. Van Horne4
  • Richard Van Horne4
  • Dr. Alfred Van Horne4

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18, 40. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.40. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.41. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Van Horne1

b. 24 May 1795
  • Abram Van Horne was born on 24 May 1795.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Van Horne1

b. 1749
  • "It is thought that he moved to Pennsylvania about 1790 where he practised as a physician."3

Family: Eva Pickell

  • Cornelius Van Horne3
  • Baltus Pickell Van Horne3
  • Simeon Van Horne3
  • Gerretje Van Horne3
  • Anna Van Horne3
  • Abram Van Horne3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.137. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.142. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.143. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram D. Van Horne1

b. 26 June 1780
  • Abram D. Van Horne was born on 26 June 1780.1
  • He married Bertha Edgar.2
  • Abram D. Van Horne and Bertha Edgar resided at Madison Co., New York.2
  • Abram D. Van Horne was an attorney, and served as Assemblyman from his county for several years.2

Family: Bertha Edgar

  • Edgar R. Van Horne2
  • Maria E. Van Horne2
  • Catherine Van Horne2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.37. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Abram Richard Van Horne1

b. 30 August 1816, d. 28 September 1857
  • Abram Richard Van Horne was born on 30 August 1816 at Van Hornesville, Herkimer Co., New York.1
  • He married first in March 1841 Mary Grant.2
  • Abram Richard Van Horne married second Lydia Stansel, daughter of Paul Stansel and Charity Brouwer.1
  • Abram Richard Van Horne died on 28 September 1857.3
  • He was Assistant County Clerk of Herkimer County for many years.3

Family 1: Mary Grant b. 1 Jan 1826, d. 5 Dec 1847

Family 2: Lydia Stansel b. c 1824

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.36. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.36, 56. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.56. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.57. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Aefje Joris Van Horne1

  • Aefje Joris Van Horne witnessed the baptism of Marijtje Hickam , daughter of Thomas Hickam, on 29 June 1691 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witness: Hillitje Jans).3

Citations

  1. [S1763] John Reynolds Totten, "Grevenraedt Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.60-61 (1929-1930): 61:47. Hereinafter cited as "Grevenraedt, NYGBR 60-61 (1929-30)."
  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.103. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [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 130. Marijte; father: Thomas Hickam. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Agnes Van Horne1

b. 21 June 1853
  • Agnes Van Horne was born on 21 June 1853.1
  • She married Alfred Brandow at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York, on 2 July 1872.2
  • Agnes Van Horne appeared on the census on 20 July 1860 at Stark, Herkimer Co., New York, Agnes Van Horn, age 6, born in New York.3
  • She appeared on the census on 17 June 1870 at Stark, Herkimer Co., New York, Agnes Van Horn, age 16, born in New York. In the household of Paul Stansel.4

Family: Alfred Brandow

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.57. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.57, 79. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S232] MyFamily.com, 1860 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, 2004), Federal census, NARA Ser. M653, Roll 760, page 1013, FHL film #803760. Paul Stansel household. Hereinafter cited as 1860 US Census.
  4. [S235] MyFamily.com, 1870 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. M593, Roll 943, page 454A, FHL film #552442. Paul Stansel household. Hereinafter cited as 1870 US Census.
  5. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.79. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Anita Van Horne1

b. 1747
  • Anita Van Horne was born in 1747.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.137. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Anna Van Horne1

b. May 1750
  • Anna Van Horne was born at Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.
  • She was baptized in May 1750 at North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.2
  • She married George Gearhart.3,4
  • Also known as Anna Van Horn.4
  • Anna Van Horne and George Gearhart resided at Whitehouse, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.3

Family: George Gearhart

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.14. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.14, 28. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.28. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S5442] Frederic B. Emery, Conrad Emery and His Descendants (Logan, Utah: Unique Printing Service, 1970), page 16. Hereinafter cited as Conrad Emery and Descendants.

Anna Van Horne1

b. 1 May 1774
  • Anna Van Horne was born on 1 May 1774.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Anna Van Horne1

b. 10 March 1773
  • Anna Van Horne was born on 10 March 1773.1
  • She was baptized on 28 May 1773 at North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.2
  • She married Abram Broadhead.2

Family: Abram Broadhead

  • Abram Broadhead2
  • Anna Broadhead2
  • Elizabeth Broadhead2
  • Sarah Broadhead2
  • Charles Broadhead2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.139. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.148. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Annetje Van Horne1

b. 7 January 1728
  • Annetje Van Horne was baptized on 7 January 1728 at Millstone, New Jersey.2
  • She married Tobias Ten Eyck, son of Adriaen Ten Eyck and Rebecca Van der Vliet, on 29 April 1746 their children were baptized in the Reformed Dutch Church at Readington.3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134, 138. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.138. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.139. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Catharine Van Horne1

b. between 1737 and 1742
  • Catharine Van Horne was probably born between 1737 and 1742 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.
  • She married Longstreet in 1761.1

Citations

  1. [S1713] Lincoln C. Cocheu, "The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.70-71,81-83 (1939-40, 1950-52): 81:226. Hereinafter cited as "Van Kouwenhoven-Conover."

Catherine Van Horne1

b. 26 February 1726
  • Catherine Van Horne was born on 26 February 1726 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • She married John Stevens on 16 December 1745.1
  • Catherine Van Horne was named in her father's will dated on 24 December 1743.2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 500. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.

Catherine Van Horne1

b. 16 October 1753, d. 30 August 1838
  • Catherine Van Horne was born on 16 October 1753 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • She married Alexander McIntyre on 18 December 1791.2
  • Catherine Van Horne died on 30 August 1838 at Meadville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.2
  • Catherine Van Horne and Alexander McIntyre resided at Meadville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.2

Family: Alexander McIntyre

  • Catherine McIntyre2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.13. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.21. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Catherine Van Horne1

b. 8 September 1775, d. circa 1871
  • Catherine Van Horne was born on 8 September 1775.1
  • She married Robert Ormiston.2
  • Catherine Van Horne died circa 1871 ; "lived until she was ninety-six years of age."3
  • She was buried at East Springfield Cemetery.3
  • Catherine accompanied her father to Van Hornesville and kept his home until he died.3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.36. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.37. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Catherine Van Horne1

b. 1793
  • Catherine Van Horne was born in 1793.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Charity Van Horne1

b. 1752
  • Charity Van Horne was born in 1752.1
  • She married Daniel Pittinger.2

Family: Daniel Pittinger

  • William Pittinger2
  • John Pittinger2
  • Charity Pittinger2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.137. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.143. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelis Van Horne1,2

b. 4 May 1695, d. 12 February 1744
  • Cornelis Van Horne was baptized on 4 May 1695 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; sponsors Thomas Lammerse, Elizabeth Thomas.3
  • He married first circa 1721 Catherine Cox, daughter of Thomas Cox.1
  • Cornelis Van Horne married second in 1724 Elizabeth Lawrence, daughter of James Lawrence and Mehetable Alburtis.1
  • Cornelis Van Horne married third on 15 March 1732 Hannah Seabrook, daughter of James Seabrook and Hannah Grover.4
  • Cornelis Van Horne died on 12 February 1744.5
  • He was buried at old cemetery near the Railroad Station, Whitehouse, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.5
  • Also known as Cornelis Matthyszen.2
  • He moved to Monmouth County, New Jersey at the beginning of the eighteenth century along with his brother Abraham, and half-sister Sarah Hendrickszen. They lived in the former home of John Bowne. On 9 April 1716 Cornelius Van Hoorn and Matthys Cornelisen were bond debtors of the estate of John Bowne of Monmouth County for a "dwelling said to have been erected by said John Bowne when he removed here from Long Island." Cornelis Van Horne held the rank of Captain in the King's Militia.1
  • The inventory of the estate of John Bowne of Mattawan, Middletown Twp., Monmouth County, New Jersey, taken in 1716, includes a list of mortgagors. Among the mortgagors are "Mathias Corneliuson and Cornelius Van Horn" (N.J. Wills 1:50-54. The will is dated 14 Sep 1714).6,7
  • In 1721, Capt. Cornelius Van Horn sold his land in Monmouth County to Thomas Salter. This is outlined in East Jersey Deeds, Lib. K, page 328, Archives & History Bureau of the N.J. State Library. In this deed, Richard Salter as executor of the will of Thomas Salter conveys to Gershom Mott and Margaret Hartshorn, dated 21 Nov 1724.6
  • Shortly after the death of his first wife, Cornelius Van Horne purchased a large tract of land in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, near the confluence of the northern and southern branches of Rockaway Creek near land owned by his brother Abraham. On 6 Nov 1728, both Cornelius and Abraham Van Horne were appointed to a commission to try pirates.8
  • He was made an executor of the will of Alexander Clark on 20 August 1727; proved 8 Sep 1730. Alexander Clark of Freehold, yeoman. Names wife Sarah; children William, Richard, John, Benjamin, Mary and Elizabeth, all under age. Names as executors his wife, her brother Cornelius Van Horn of Freehold and William Lawrence, Jr. of Middletown. Witnessed by John Reed, Thomas Kinnan, Dorothy Nesbit and William Lawrence, Jr.9,10
  • In 1743 Cornelis Van Horne resided at Reading, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.11
  • His will was dated on 24 December 1743 codicil 3 Feb 1744, proved 16 March 1744. Cornelius Vanhorn of Reading Town, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Names wife Hannah. Eldest son Thomas, tract of land where the testator lived, bought of John Bud, subject to maintaining the testator's minor children. Son, Matthias, land in Upper Freehold adjoining Thomas Leonard, Thomas Averham, Abiah Cook and Joseph Williams, in Monmouth County, subject to payments. Eldest daughter Catherine Vanhorn, when 27. Second daughter Elizabeth Vanhorn when 24. Son, Cornelius, small tract of land in Upper Croswix Creek in Burlington County purchased of Matthew Watson, he paying money to younger brother Daniel Vanhorn at 21. Seven sons and three daughters. Names as executors, son Thomas, brother Abraham Vanhorn and Nicholas Wykoff. Witnessed by Cornelius Wyckof, Roelof Roelofson, Mathias Van Horn, Matt. Brown.
    Codicil: Testator's printing books to the whole family. Elizabeth Vanhorn, the side saddle which was his mother's. Witnesses: Matthew Brown, Cornelius Wyckof, Methias Van Horn.11
  • Inventory of estate taken on 5 April 1744 £992.19.4, includes two Bibles and other books, two guns, two swords, servant woman's time (£12), two negro boys (£50), bills of Burges Hall, Isaac Still, John Estil. Leonard & Lawrence, Harmons Rollefson, Jacob Shermerhorn, Hugh McCarrin, William Peppenger, Merrily Sharpsteen. Inventory made by John Emley and Edward Rockhill.11

Family 1: Catherine Cox b. 20 Sep 1695, d. c 1723

Family 2: Elizabeth Lawrence b. 23 Feb 1699, d. b 6 Mar 1729/30

Family 3: Hannah Seabrook b. 15 Nov 1706, d. 1788

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.6. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [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): 24:28. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  3. [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 134. Cornelis; parents: Mathijs Cornelissen, Fijtje Brouwer. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.6, 9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  5. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.10. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  6. [S2488] The Family of Matthys Cornelissen, Unpublished manuscript, 1978?, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. Box 5, CC-191 (received from 161-W). Primarily assembled by Paul H. Van Horn and on file at the New Jersey Historical Society. (This copy was not scanned).
  7. [S2178] William Nelson, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Vol. XXIII, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670-1730 (Paterson, N.J.: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 51. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.1 1670-1730.
  8. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.7. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  9. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.214. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  10. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 95. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.
  11. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 500. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.
  12. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 4 May 1737
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 4 May 1737 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • He married Ghaertje Wyckoff.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 16 December 1750
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 16 December 1750 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • He married Sarah Dunn on 27 September 1798.2
  • Cornelius inherited his father's entire estate, a part of which was located in Pennsylvania's Wyoming Valley. He settled there at a time when ownership of the territory was desputed by settlers from Connecticut which claimed the area as a part of the Connecticut Colony. A case involving Cornelius and the rightful title to his land was heard by the State Supreme Court at Philadelphia, and a record of the case is on file with the Pennsylvania Historical Society. In 1788, Cornelius, along with several of his neighbors, namely David, John, and Dennis Mead, John Watson, Thomas Morton, and James Randolph moved to Crawford County, Pennsylvania where they settled and founded the city of Meadville. The Pioneer Outline History of Pennsylvania describes a May 1791 incident in which Cornelius was captured by two Indians but managed to escape. When he was 87 years old, Cornelius wrote a memior and the manuscript is in possession of the Pennsylvania Historical Society. He served as the first sheriff and first collector of the five counties surrounding Meadville. He was also an assessor and had to file his returns at Pittsburgh.3

Family: Sarah Dunn

  • Jane Van Horne4
  • James Van Horne4
  • Prescilla Van Horne4
  • Harriet Van Horne4
  • Thomas Van Horne4
  • Cornelius Van Horne4

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.13. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.13, 21. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19-20. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.21. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 10 March 1745, d. 6 February 1823
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 10 March 1745 at near Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1
  • He married Eve Frederick, daughter of Philip Frederick and Sophia Saltz, before 1776.2
  • Cornelius Van Horne died on 6 February 1823 at Montgomery Co., New York.3
  • He was buried at Van Horne Cemetery, Montgomery Co., New York.3
  • As a young man he went to Warrenbush, Tryon Co., New York where he worked for Philip Frederick who had a grist mill and saw mill at Mill Point along Schoharie Creek. After marrying his daughter, Cornelius built a home on the opposite side of Schoharie Creek, the property being in the town of Glen, Montgomery Co, New York. During the Revolution, Cornelius enlisted in the Third Regt., Tryon Co. Militia. His name is inscribed on a monument at Oriskany, the site of a battle.4
  • His will was dated on 9 July 1818 (Montgomery Co. Wills).3

Family: Eve Frederick

  • Sophia Brouwer Van Horne3
  • Nelly Van Horne3
  • Hannah Van Horne3
  • Elizabeth Van Horne3
  • Philip Van Horne3
  • Abram Van Horne3
  • Cornelius Covenhoven Van Horne3
  • Maria Van Horne3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.14. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.25. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.26. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.23. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 22 November 1764, d. 29 July 1831
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 22 November 1764.1
  • He married Elizabeth Young, daughter of Peter Warren Young and Margaret Serviss, at Reformed Church, Caughnawaga (now Fonda), Montgomery Co., New York, in 1790.2
  • Cornelius Van Horne died on 29 July 1831.3
  • He was buried at Reformed Dutch Church, Minaville, New York.3
  • For a time Cornelius lived with his father at Van Hornesville, but returned to Warrensbush (now the town of Florida, Montgomery Co., New York).2
  • Cornelius and his wife were members of the Reformed Church at Caughnawaga, where all of their children were baptized. They joined the Reformed Church at Minaville when it was formed in 1808.3

Family: Elizabeth Young

  • Peter Van Horne3
  • Hannah Van Horne3
  • James Van Horne4
  • Daniel Van Horne4
  • Margarete Anne Van Horne4
  • David Van Horne4
  • Simon B. Van Horne4
  • Levi Van Horne4

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.17. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.30. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.32. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.33. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 12 January 1763, d. 21 September 1829
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 12 January 1763.1
  • He was baptized at Reformed Dutch Church, Marlboro, New Jersey.1
  • He married Eleanora Covenhoven at Reformed Dutch Church, Marlboro, New Jersey, on 14 December 1790.2
  • Cornelius Van Horne died on 21 September 1829.2

Family: Eleanora Covenhoven

  • William Van Horne2
  • Julia Ann Van Horne2
  • Eliza Van Horne2
  • Mary Van Horne2
  • Cornelius Van Horne2
  • James Van Horne2
  • Catherine Van Horne2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.38. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 9 July 1782
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 9 July 1782.1
  • He married Sarah Austin in 1812.2

Family: Sarah Austin

  • Parleman Van Horne2
  • Ineaque Van Horne2
  • John Van Horne2
  • Thankful Van Horne2
  • Anna Van Horne2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.42. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 1724
  • Cornelius Van Horne resided at Whitehouse, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.

Family: Charity Wyckoff

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.134. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.136. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.137. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

  • Cornelius Van Horne was born.
  • He is named in his grandfather, Abraham Van Horne's will of Dec 1758.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.135. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 10 May 1762, d. 1848
  • Cornelius Van Horne was baptized on 10 May 1762 at North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.2
  • He married Kate Weller.2
  • Cornelius Van Horne died in 1848 at near Stillwater, New Jersey.2

Family: Kate Weller

  • Abram Van Horne2
  • George Van Horne2
  • William Van Horne2
  • Charity Van Horne2
  • Catherine Van Horne2
  • Sarah Van Horne2
  • Ann Van Horne2
  • Philip Van Horne2
  • Elizabeth Van Horne2

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.137. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.145. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Cornelius Van Horne1

b. 26 September 1789
  • Cornelius Van Horne was born on 26 September 1789.1
  • He married Maria Suydam.2

Family: Maria Suydam

  • Jacob Suydam Van Horne2
  • Abram Van Horne3
  • Cornelius Van Horne3
  • Simon Wyckoff Van Horne3
  • John Livingston Van Horne3
  • William J. Van Horne3

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.141. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.148. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.149. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Daniel Van Horne1

b. 12 May 1743
  • Daniel Van Horne was born on 12 May 1743 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • He married first on 10 January 1772 Anna Parleman.2
  • Daniel Van Horne married second between 1795 and 1799 a wife (name unknown).3
  • Daniel Van Horne was named in his father's will dated on 24 December 1743.4

Family 1: Anna Parleman b. s 1752, d. bt 24 May 1795 - 1799

Family 2: a wife (name unknown)

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9, 19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 500. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.

Daniel Van Horne1

b. 23 September 1768, d. 23 August 1855
  • Daniel Van Horne was born on 23 September 1768.1
  • He died on 23 August 1855 ; never married.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Daniel Van Horne1

b. 21 June 1776
  • Daniel Van Horne was born on 21 June 1776.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

David Van Horne1

b. 15 March 1800
  • David Van Horne was born on 15 March 1800.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Edward Van Horne1

b. 10 March 1778
  • Edward Van Horne was born on 10 March 1778.1

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.19. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Elizabeth Van Horne1

b. 16 April 1728
  • Elizabeth Van Horne was born on 16 April 1728 at Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1
  • She married Henry Krotzer before 1748.1
  • Elizabeth Van Horne was named in her father's will dated on 24 December 1743.2
  • Elizabeth is named in her father's will dated 24 Dec 1743.3

Family: Henry Krotzer

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.9. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1570] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. II, 1730-1750 (Somerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), page 500. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.15. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Elizabeth Van Horne1

b. 1 January 1774, d. 23 June 1861
  • Elizabeth Van Horne was born on 1 January 1774.2
  • She was baptized on 20 March 1774 at Reformed Dutch Church, Marlboro, New Jersey.2
  • She married Garret Wyckoff, son of Col. Auke Wyckoff and Sara Schenck, on 4 March 1795.3
  • Elizabeth Van Horne died on 23 June 1861.4
  • Elizabeth Van Horne and Garret Wyckoff resided at Tinton Falls, Monmouth Co., New Jersey; then moved to Springfield, on the north side of Otsego Lake, New York.3,4

Family: Garret Wyckoff b. 5 May 1773, d. 27 Jan 1849

Citations

  1. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  2. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.18, 40. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  3. [S1371] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.40. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.
  4. [S1771] William Forman Wyckoff, Wyckoff Family in America: A Genealogy (Summit, N.J.: Wyckoff Association in America, 1950), page 427. Hereinafter cited as Wyckoff Family in America.