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Elisha Bowne1

b. between 1765 and 1775
  • Elisha Bowne was probably born between 1765 and 1775.
  • He married Abigeltje Brower, daughter of Hendrick Brouwer and Abigeltie Hunt, at Reformed Dutch Congregations, Freehold and Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey, on 2 February 1795.3

Citations

  1. [S1843] Research of Marie Brewer Fawcett and Nita Pugh. Received from Richard Brewer, Feb. 2008.This a photocopy from "Intestates and Others, Book H 1828-1833," assumed to be New Jersey, p.40. (Unfortunately the full title of the source was not provided.). Hereafter as Fawcett-Pugh Research.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  3. [S2611] The Church Register of the Reformed Church of Freehold and Middletown, Monmouth County, N.J., 1709-1851; FHL film #1016879 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Microfilm of handwritten transcripts (350, 145 p.) in the possession of the Holland Society of New York, New York City, page 286. Hereinafter cited as Reformed Church of Freehold and Middletown.
  4. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. "They were my parents," wrote Sarah Ann Haynes, sister of Mary Bowne, of Harlem, N.Y. in 1869. Refering to Elisha Bowne and Abigail Brower. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Elizabeth Bowne1

b. between 1660 and 1670, d. before May 1707
  • Father*: Andrew Bowne1
  • Mother*: Elizabeth1
  • Elizabeth Bowne was probably born between 1660 and 1670.
  • She married John Haines at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 9 November 1687.1,2
  • Elizabeth Bowne married second Obadiah Bowne, son of Capt. John Bowne and Lydia Holmes.1
  • Elizabeth Bowne probably died before May 1707 (not mentioned in her father's will, which does name her children).3
  • She is named in her husband's will on 24 August 1689.1

Family: Obadiah Bowne b. 18 Jul 1666, d. 19 Apr 1726

  • John Bowne1
  • Lydia Bowne1
  • Ann Bowne1

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 41. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  2. [S1543] 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), page 63. John Haines en Elisabeth Bouwne. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 49. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

James Bowne1

b. 25 August 1636, d. February 1695
  • Father*: William Bowne1
  • Mother*: Ann1
  • James Bowne was baptized on 25 August 1636 at Salem, Massachusetts.1
  • He married Mary Stout, daughter of Richard Stout and Penelope, at Gravesend, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 26 December 1665.2,3
  • James Bowne died in February 1695 at Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.4
  • "Certain ear Marks Recorded the fourth of January, 1679." James Bowne's eare Marke, etc. Recorded to his son Samuel Bowne (Town Book of Old Middletown, page 37.).5
  • Inventory of estate taken on 27 February 1695/96 at Monmouth Co., New Jersey.4
  • Administration of James Bowne's estate was granted on 14 March 1695/96, to his son, Capt. James Bowne.4

Family: Mary Stout b. c 1648

  • James Bowne4
  • John Bowne4
  • William Bowne4
  • Andrew Bowne4
  • Samuel Bowne4

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 31. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 36. Bowne of Monmouth County. Other dates given for the marriage are 26 Nov 1665 and 26 Dec 1668. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  3. [S4343] Tunis G. Bergen, "Marriage Records, Gravesend, L. I.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 4, no. 4, p. 199 (1873): 4:199. James Bouwne to Mary Stoute. Hereinafter cited as "Marriage Records, Gravesend, L. I."
  4. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 37. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  5. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 52. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

John Bowne1

b. 1 April 1664, d. 13 March 1715/16
  • John Bowne was born on 1 April 1664 at Gravesend, Long Island.2
  • He married Frances Bowman at New Jersey on 26 December 1692 at the house of John Tatham, Esq., of West Jersey.3
  • John Bowne died on 13 March 1715/16 at Monmouth Co., New Jersey; aged 52 years.3
  • He was buried at Old Presbyterian Churchyard, Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.3
  • Also known as Capt. John Bowne the second.4
  • Through inheritance and by proprietary grants and extensive purchases, he became the possessor of a great landed estate in Monmouth County, New Jersey.5
  • His will was dated on 14 September 1714 proved 11 Apr 1716. Makes bequests to his wife Frances; sister Sarah Salter; Gershom Mott; Joseph Dennis and Jeremiah White; Thomas and John Salter, Hannah Lincoln and William Hartshorne's three children. To brothers, Obadiah Bowne and Richard Salter, the residue of his estate.3,6
  • John Bowne and Frances Bowman, did not have children.7

Citations

  1. [S990] J. Henry Lea and J.R. Hutchinson, The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909), p.94. Hereinafter cited as Anc. of Abraham Lincoln.
  2. [S1712] Teunis G. Bergen, "Record of Births of the Society of Friends at Gravesend, L.I.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.4, no. 1, pp.39-40 (1874): 4:40. Hereinafter cited as "Births, Soc. of Friends, Gravesend, L.I."
  3. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 46. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  4. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 43. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  5. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 43. Bowne of Monmouth County. Lists numerous grants and purchases. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  6. [S2109] 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), pages 50-54. Abstracting Lib. A, pp.10, 27. John Bowne. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.1 1670-1730.
  7. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 47. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

John Bowne1

  • He owned a part of the Highlands in New Jersey. His will is at Trenton. His oldest son was John.1

Family:

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

John Bowne1

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Capt. John Bowne1,2,3

b. circa 1630, d. before 28 May 1684
  • Father*: William Bowne4
  • Mother*: Ann4
  • "Capt. John Bowne is, perhaps, the most conspicuous figure in the early history of Monnmouth County."6
  • In 1654 John Bowne sold land in Gravesend, Long Island to William Goulding, which had been bought of Richard Gibbons.2
  • He was a freeholder at Gravesend, Long Island, in 1657 with six acres under cultivation.2
  • On 27 December 1657 John Bowne bought twelve acres at Gravesend, Long Island from Nicholas Stillwell.2
  • On 6 December 1663 John Bowne was one of a party who went in an open sloop up the Raritan to select a site for a new settlement beyond the control, if possible, of the Dutch. They were intercepted upon their return journey by a party of soldiers and employees of the Dutch, and after a wordy controversy, retired to their homes on Long Island without further molestation.2
  • In 1665 John Bowne, with others, secured the Monmouth Patent, to which he removed in 1667.2
  • On 28 February 1665 He was one of the delagates from Gravesend to the Hempstead convention.2
  • On 18 March 1675 Capt. John Bowne of Middletown, demanded for his rights, 500 acres given by the Lords Proprietors, as being one of the first purchasers. Item - for the rights of himself and his wife, his father and mother, and for William Compton and his wife, from the first year, each, 120 acres, is 720 acres. For three servants, each, 60 acres - 180 acres, total of 1400 acres.2
  • Administration of Capt. John Bowne's estate was granted on 28 May 1684, to his widow.5

Family: Lydia Holmes b. b 1645, d. a 1693

Citations

  1. [S1029] John E. Stillwell, The History of Captain Richard Stillwell, Son of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell, and His Descendants (New York: n.pub., 1930), p.17. Hereinafter cited as Richard Stillwell Des.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 32. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  3. [S5417] J. T. Bowne, "The Bowne Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 4, no. 1, p. 24 (1873). Hereinafter cited as "The Bowne Family."
  4. [S2409] Gary Boyd Roberts, Ancestors of American Presidents (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009), page 51. Hereinafter cited as Ancestors of American Presidents.
  5. [S990] J. Henry Lea and J.R. Hutchinson, The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909), p.94. Hereinafter cited as Anc. of Abraham Lincoln.
  6. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 33. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Leah Bowne1

b. 17 September 1735, d. 15 March 1813
  • Father*: James Bowne1
  • Mother*: Margaret Newbold1
  • She was named in her father's will dated on 13 March 1747/48.3

Citations

  1. [S1457] Arthur S. Cole, The Scott Family of Shrewsbury, N.J.: Being the Descendants of William Scott and Abigail Tilton Warner, with sketches of related families (Red Bank, NJ: Register Press, 1908), p.45. Hereinafter cited as Scott of Shrewsbury, NJ.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 60. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  3. [S1522] 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 55. James Bowne. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.2 1730-1750.

Mary Bowne1

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. "They were my parents," wrote Sarah Ann Haynes, sister of Mary Bowne, of Harlem, N.Y. in 1869. Refering to Elisha Bowne and Abigail Brower. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Mary Bowne1

b. 30 March 1713, d. 22 February 1743
  • Mary Bowne was baptized on 30 March 1713 at Reformed Dutch Congregations, Freehold and Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey; witnesses Hendrick Langevelt and his mother.2,3
  • She married Dr. Richard Stillwell, son of Richard Stillwell and Mercy Sands, in 1736.1,4
  • Mary Bowne died on 22 February 1743; aged 30 years and 9 months.1
  • She was buried at Old Presbyterian Churchyard, Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1
  • Also known as Maria Bowne.2

Family: Dr. Richard Stillwell b. c 1710, d. 27 Feb 1773

  • Mary Stillwell1
  • Richard Stillwell
  • John Stillwell

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 56. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 50. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  3. [S2113] "Records of the Dutch Congregations of Freehold and Middletown", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vols. 22-38 (1947-1963): 22:33. Maria; parents: Elizabeth Langevelt, wife of Obadiah Bown; witnesses: Hendrick Langevelt and his mother. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Freehold-Middletown Recs., GMNJ."
  4. [S1029] John E. Stillwell, The History of Captain Richard Stillwell, Son of Lieutenant Nicholas Stillwell, and His Descendants (New York: n.pub., 1930), page 42. Hereinafter cited as Richard Stillwell Des.

Obadiah Bowne1

b. 18 July 1666, d. 19 April 1726
  • Obadiah Bowne was born on 18 July 1666 at Gravesend, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.2
  • He married Elizabeth Bowne, daughter of Andrew Bowne and Elizabeth.3
  • Obadiah Bowne married second before 1713 Elizabeth Longfield, daughter of Cornelis Langevelt.4
  • Obadiah Bowne died on 19 April 1726 at New Jersey; aged 59-10-0.5
  • He was buried at Old Presbyterian Churchyard, Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey.5
  • He resided on his estate called, Westfield, at the time of his death.5
  • His will was dated on 19 February 1725/26 with codicil, 12 Apr 1726, proved 25 Apr 1726. Obadiah Bowne of Monmouth County. Sons: John, Cornelius, Obadiah and Thomas, the last three under age. Daughters: Anne, Lydia and Mary. Home farm called Westfield, in said Co., land adjoining, do. at Chingueroras, received from brother John Bowne, deceased, by deed of January 13, 1715/16; personal estate. Executors: son John, Garrat Schenck and Daniel Hendrickson. Witnesses: James Paul, Lawerens Thomasze, Lawr. Smyth. Codicil refers to testator's possible liability to pay his brother's debts. Witnesses: Luke Collingswood, James Paul, Wm. Bowne. (Lib. B, p. 1).6

Family 1: Elizabeth Bowne b. bt 1660 - 1670, d. b May 1707

  • John Bowne3
  • Lydia Bowne3
  • Ann Bowne3

Family 2: Elizabeth Longfield d. b 5 Feb 1733

  • Cornelius Bowne5
  • Mary Bowne+5 b. 30 Mar 1713, d. 22 Feb 1743
  • Obadiah Bowne5
  • Thomas Bowne5

Citations

  1. [S990] J. Henry Lea and J.R. Hutchinson, The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909), p.94. Hereinafter cited as Anc. of Abraham Lincoln.
  2. [S1712] Teunis G. Bergen, "Record of Births of the Society of Friends at Gravesend, L.I.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.4, no. 1, pp.39-40 (1874): 4:40. Hereinafter cited as "Births, Soc. of Friends, Gravesend, L.I."
  3. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 41. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  4. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 49. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  5. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 50. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  6. [S2109] 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 54. Obadiah Bowne. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.1 1670-1730.

Sarah Bowne1,2

b. 27 November 1669, d. after 1714
  • Sarah Bowne was born on 27 November 1669 at Gravesend, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.3
  • She married Richard Salter.1
  • Sarah Bowne died after 1714.4
  • Richard Salter and Sarah Bowne, are ancestors of President Abraham Lincoln.4

Family: Richard Salter b. bt 1660 - 1670, d. a 1728

  • John Salter5
  • Thomas Salter5
  • Hannah Salter1

Citations

  1. [S273] Marcus Cunliffe, Leslie Hume Cunliffe and David Williamson, Burke's Presidential Families of the Unites States of America (London: Burke's Peerage Limited, 2nd Ed., 1981). Hereinafter cited as Burke's Presidential Families.
  2. [S990] J. Henry Lea and J.R. Hutchinson, The Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1909), p.94. Hereinafter cited as Anc. of Abraham Lincoln.
  3. [S1712] Teunis G. Bergen, "Record of Births of the Society of Friends at Gravesend, L.I.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.4, no. 1, pp.39-40 (1874): 4:40. Hereinafter cited as "Births, Soc. of Friends, Gravesend, L.I."
  4. [S2409] Gary Boyd Roberts, Ancestors of American Presidents (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009), page 50. Hereinafter cited as Ancestors of American Presidents.
  5. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 51. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Sarah Bowne1

b. 23 January 1757, d. February 1826
  • Father*: Samuel Bowne1
  • Mother*: Patience Cowenhoven1
  • Sarah Bowne was born on 23 January 1757 at Monmouth Co., New Jersey.1
  • She married Hendrick Van Brunt, son of Cornelius Van Brunt and Magdalena Fenton, at Reformed Dutch Congregations, Freehold and Middletown, Monmouth Co., New Jersey, on 14 March 1779.1
  • Sarah Bowne died in February 1826.1
  • Also known as Sally.2

Family: Hendrick Van Brunt b. 7 May 1752

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 67. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  2. [S4939] George C. Beekman, "A Branch of the Van Brunt Family in Monmouth County, New Jersey", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 35, pp. 33-37 (1904): 35:36. Hereinafter cited as "Van Brunt, Monmouth Co., NJ."

Sarah Ann Bowne1

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 106. Bowne of Monmouth County. "They were my parents," wrote Sarah Ann Haynes, sister of Mary Bowne, of Harlem, N.Y. in 1869. Refering to Elisha Bowne and Abigail Brower. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Sophia H. Bowne1

b. 15 November 1845
  • Father*: Charles C. Bowne2
  • Mother*: Margaret M. Hoppock2

Family: Lewis Holcombe b. 23 May 1841

Citations

  1. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 98. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.
  2. [S4273] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 3 (New York: n.pub., 1914), page 96. Bowne of Monmouth County. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 3.

Lucinda Bowyer1

b. before 1792
  • Lucinda Bowyer was born before 1792.
  • She married Stephen Brewer at Scioto Co., Ohio, on 2 August 1807.1

Citations

  1. [S4162] Caryn R. Shoemaker, Early Court records of Scioto County, Ohio (Minford, Ohio: Shoemaker, 1979-1984, 2004), FHL fiche #6046795; page 96. Stephen Brewer and Lucinda Bowyer. Hereinafter cited as Early Court Records of Scioto Co., OH.

Sarah Box1

b. between 1760 and 1770
  • Sarah Box was probably born between 1760 and 1770.
  • She married Henry Brouwer, son of Jan Brouwer and Hannah Abrams, at Presbyterian Church, Jamaica, Queens Co., Long Island, New York, on 17 January 1785.2

Citations

  1. [S2270] Letter from Herbert E. Murray (Swansboro, North Carolina) to William B. Bogardus, 25 Nov 1991; William B. Bogardus Collection (Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio). Box 2, File 33A, 129-M. The charts and data accompanying the letter appear to have been compiled by Herbert E. Murray. Sources were not included or mentioned. The families outlined in the charts BR-2 thru BR8 need further verification. CHART BR-1 IS INCORRECT. Herbert E. Murray is a descendant of Jan Brower and Hannah Adams. The families charted have continuously lived in the Woodmere, Hempstead, Queens-Nassau Cos., Long Island area since the early 1700's. Chart BR-2.
  2. [S2005] Josephine C. Frost, "Presbyterian Marriages at Jamaica, Queens County, 1775-1794", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.129-131 (1998-2000): 129:40. Hereinafter cited as "Presb. Marr., Jamaica, Queens Co., NYGBR 98."

George W. Boxall1

b. 7 January 1857, d. 17 January 1933
  • Father*: George Boxall1
  • Mother*: Mary E.1

Citations

  1. [S3311] Michael Costa, "John P. Brower (27 Jan 1795 - 28 Feb 1783)," e-mail message from Michael Costa at e-mail address to Chris Chester, October 31, 2010, Family Group Sheets prepared by Michael Costa. Sources included. Hereinafter cited as "John P. Brower (27 Jan 1795 - 28 Feb 1873)."

Eda Boyce1

Citations

  1. [S3560] Marg Bond, "Roses of Hunterdon Co., NJ," e-mail message from Marg Bond to Richard Brewer and Chris Chester, October 27, 2010, DNA testing of descendants shows that Charles is a descendant of Robert Rose of L.I.. Hereinafter cited as "Roses of Hunterdon Co., NJ."

A.H. Boyd1

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 31. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Arlena Boyd1

b. 10 January 1834, d. 1 January 1894

Family: Maj. Robert Morris McDowell b. 23 Feb 1833, d. 4 Jul 1909

Citations

  1. [S2327] Seymour Lowman, The Lowmans in Chemung County (Elmira, N.Y.: Seymour Lowman, 1938), page 47. Hereinafter cited as The Lowmans in Chemung County.
  2. [S2327] Seymour Lowman, The Lowmans in Chemung County (Elmira, N.Y.: Seymour Lowman, 1938), page 51. Hereinafter cited as The Lowmans in Chemung County.
  3. [S2327] Seymour Lowman, The Lowmans in Chemung County (Elmira, N.Y.: Seymour Lowman, 1938), page 71. Hereinafter cited as The Lowmans in Chemung County.

Frances Boyd1

b. 8 June 1827, d. 24 November 1871

Family: Jacob Lowman McDowell b. 24 Mar 1822, d. 24 Nov 1901

Citations

  1. [S2327] Seymour Lowman, The Lowmans in Chemung County (Elmira, N.Y.: Seymour Lowman, 1938), page 47. Hereinafter cited as The Lowmans in Chemung County.
  2. [S2327] Seymour Lowman, The Lowmans in Chemung County (Elmira, N.Y.: Seymour Lowman, 1938), page 48. Hereinafter cited as The Lowmans in Chemung County.

James W. Boyd1

  • Of at New York City, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S4283] "New Jersey, County Marriages, 1682-1956", online www.familysearch.org. , Retrieved December 2011. Deborah C. Croxson, James W. Boyd. Image available. Hereinafter cited as New Jersey, County Marriages 1682-1956.

Mary A. Boyd1

Family: William Park

Citations

  1. [S3159] FamilySearch,"Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958", online http://search.labs.familysearch.org/recordsearch/…. Name index to marriage records from the state of Ohio. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers. This set contains 4,740,284 records. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later. Retrieved June 2011. William H. Park; parents: William Park, Mary A. Boyd, and Almeda Liber; parents: Jonah Cooper and Emily Drake. Both widowed. FHL film #0931580. Hereinafter cited as Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958.

David Boyers1

  • Father*: John Boyers1

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 18. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

William Boyle1

Citations

  1. [S1841] Embody-Countryman Research of Norece Embody. Forwarded by Marg Bond to Chris Chester, Jan.2008.Family Group record of Abraham Embody.. Hereafter as N. Embody, Embody-Countryman Research.

Boynton1

Citations

  1. [S4216] Deb, "Jacob Brewer son of Matheus Brewer information for you," e-mail message from Deb to Chris Chester, April 28, 2009, Suggests that Jacob Brewer, b. 1779, is the oldest son of Matheus Brouwer/Brewer of Hoosick, New York. Provides names and vital data for the children of Jacob Brewer and Lucy Eldred. No source citations were provided. Hereinafter cited as "Jacob Brewer."

Harriet Boynton1

Citations

  1. [S4216] Deb, "Jacob Brewer son of Matheus Brewer information for you," e-mail message from Deb to Chris Chester, April 28, 2009, Suggests that Jacob Brewer, b. 1779, is the oldest son of Matheus Brouwer/Brewer of Hoosick, New York. Provides names and vital data for the children of Jacob Brewer and Lucy Eldred. No source citations were provided. Hereinafter cited as "Jacob Brewer."

Louise Boynton1

b. 12 March 1856, d. 1 January 1905
  • Louise Boynton was born on 12 March 1856 at Whitewater, Wisconsin.1
  • She married Llewellyn Hess, son of George Waltour Hess and Mary Ann Higbee, at Millburg, Benton Charter Twp., Berrien Co., Michigan, on 23 July 1876.1
  • Louise Boynton died on 1 January 1905.1

Citations

  1. [S3997] William Emerson Babcock, Hess-Higbee Genealogy (Mishawaka, Indiana: n.pub., 1909), page 32. Hereinafter cited as Hess-Higbee Genealogy.

Lovinia Boynton1

b. circa 1813
  • Lovinia Boynton appeared on the census on 2 August 1850 at Milford, Otsego Co., New York, as Lovina Brewer, age 37, born in New York.2
  • She appeared on the census on 10 June 1880 at Triangle, Broome Co., New York, as Lovinia Brewer, age 67, born in New York. Both parents born in New York. Keeping house.3

Family: Calvin Brewer b. 10 Sep 1805

Citations

  1. [S4216] Deb, "Jacob Brewer son of Matheus Brewer information for you," e-mail message from Deb to Chris Chester, April 28, 2009, Suggests that Jacob Brewer, b. 1779, is the oldest son of Matheus Brouwer/Brewer of Hoosick, New York. Provides names and vital data for the children of Jacob Brewer and Lucy Eldred. No source citations were provided. Hereinafter cited as "Jacob Brewer."
  2. [S209] 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 580, page 119A. Calvin Brewer household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.
  3. [S105] Ancestry.com, 1880 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. T9, Roll 811, page 445C, ED 56, FHL film #1254811. Calvin Brewer household. Hereinafter cited as 1880 US Census.

James Boys1

  • Also known as James Byers.1

Citations

  1. [S1485] Gerrit H. Van Wagenen, "Early Settlers of Ulster Co., N.Y. - The Vredenburgh Family - Two Generations", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record vol. 21, pp.164-168 (1890): p.167. Hereinafter cited as "NYG&BR 21:164-168."

Dirck Claesen Braack1

b. between 1620 and 1630
  • Dirck Claesen Braack was possibly born between 1620 and 1630 at Bremen, Germany.
  • He married Aechtje Jacobs at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 12 November 1650.2
  • Also known as Dirck Claeszen Draeck.3
  • Also known as Dirck Claeszen.4
  • Dirck Claesen Braack witnessed the baptism of Claes Hertmansz Vreeland , son of Hartman Vreeland and Marritje Dirckse, on 6 April 1675 at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bergen, (now Jersey City, Bergen Co., New Jersey), (sponsors Dirck Clasen Braack, Feytje Hertmans).1
  • Dirck Claesen Braack witnessed the baptism of Aeltje Hertmanse Vreeland , daughter of Hartman Vreeland and Marritje Dirckse, on 8 October 1677 at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bergen, (now Jersey City, Bergen Co., New Jersey), (sponsors Dirck Claese Braack, Metje Dirckse, y.w.).5
  • Dirck Claesen Braack witnessed the baptism of Achtje Cornelise Vreeland , daughter of Cornelis Michielsz Vreeland and Metje Dirckse, on 18 April 1682 at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bergen, (now Jersey City, Bergen Co., New Jersey), (sponsors Dirck Claesen Braack, Freytje Hertmans).6

Family: Aechtje Jacobs

Citations

  1. [S2007] "Baptisms in the Village of Bergen in New Jersey Beginning 1666", Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York Bergen Book (1913): page 22. Claes; parents: Hertman Magielse, Merritje Dirckse. Hereinafter cited as "HSYB, Bergen Book."
  2. [S1543] 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), page 16. Dirck Claeszen, j.m. Van Bremen, en Aechtje Jacobs, j.d. Van Hertogenbosch. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:42. Claesje; parents: Dirck Claeszen Draeck, Aechtje Jacobs.
  4. [S1543] 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.16. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  5. [S2007] "Baptisms in the Village of Bergen in New Jersey Beginning 1666", Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York Bergen Book (1913): page 23. Aeltje; parents: Hertman Magielse, Merritje Dirckse. Hereinafter cited as "HSYB, Bergen Book."
  6. [S2007] "Baptisms in the Village of Bergen in New Jersey Beginning 1666", Yearbook of the Holland Society of New York Bergen Book (1913): page 28, no. 106. Achtje; parents: Cornelis Magielse, Metje Dirckse. Hereinafter cited as "HSYB, Bergen Book."
  7. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:99.
  8. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:151. Parent Dirck Claeszen.
  9. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:179. Metje, parents: Dirck Claeszen, Aechtie Jacobs.

Rachel Braakelen1

b. 22 April 1728, d. 1801
  • Rachel Braakelen was born on 22 April 1728.2
  • She married Jan Brouwer, son of Abraham Brouwer and Elizabeth Ackerman, at Dutch Reformed Church, Schraalenburgh, Bergen Co., New Jersey, on 15 April 1754.3
  • Rachel Braakelen died in 1801.2
  • Also known as Rachel Van Brackel.4
  • She witnessed the baptism of Selley Killey , daughter of Carpenter Killey and Hester Brouwer, on 25 November 1781 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen Co., New Jersey, (sponsors Jan Brouwer and wife Rachel Brakel).5
  • Rachel Braakelen witnessed the baptism of Maria Van Buskirk , daughter of George Van Buskirk and Rachel Brouwer, on 25 January 1789 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen Co., New Jersey, (sponsors John Brouwer and wife Rachel Brakel).6

Family: Jan Brouwer b. 11 Mar 1733

Citations

  1. [S526] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Corrections", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record 69:172-179 (1938): p.179.. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Corr., NYGBR 69 (1938)."
  2. [S4205] 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 1 File 30, Uldrick Brouwer - DeVoe, Pieters. Correspondent 24-R (1979). Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.
  3. [S1806] First Reformed Church (Hackensack N.J.), Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey (New York: Collections of the Holland Society, 1891), Sch.:48. Hereinafter cited as RDC Hackensack & Schraalenburgh.
  4. [S1473] Paul Brewer, "E-mail correspondence from Paul Brewer," e-mail message from Brewer, Paul to Chris Chester, April 19, 2007; to Lilly Martin, Chris Chester, et al; "Descendants of Abram (Abraham) Huldricks Brouwer". Hereinafter cited as "Paul Brewer e-mail."
  5. [S1806] First Reformed Church (Hackensack N.J.), Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey (New York: Collections of the Holland Society, 1891), Hack:281. Baptism record of daughter Selley. Hereinafter cited as RDC Hackensack & Schraalenburgh.
  6. [S1806] First Reformed Church (Hackensack N.J.), Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey (New York: Collections of the Holland Society, 1891), p.255. Hereinafter cited as RDC Hackensack & Schraalenburgh.

Cattrina Braambos1

b. 25 December 1788
  • Cattrina Braambos was baptized on 25 December 1788 at Reformed Dutch Church, Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Queens Co., Long Island, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:134. Cattrina; parents: Willium Brambosch, Willimpie Derye; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."

Willempie Braambos1

b. 18 April 1784
  • Willempie Braambos was baptized on 18 April 1784 at Reformed Dutch Church, Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Queens Co., Long Island, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:131. Willimpie; parents: Willium Braambos, Jr., Willimpie Derye; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."

Willemyentie Braambos1

b. 8 August 1753, d. 24 April 1802
  • Father*: William Braambos
  • Mother*: Catryna Van Cott
  • Willemyentie Braambos was born on 8 August 1753.2
  • She married by license dated on 11 November 1772 at New York Jorus Duryea, son of Joost Duryea and Willempy Terhune.3
  • Willemyentie Braambos died on 24 April 1802.2
  • Also known as Williamanchia Brownbush.3
  • Also known as Willemientie Braambosch.4

Family: Jorus Duryea b. 9 Sep 1744, d. 13 Dec 1794

Citations

  1. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:125. Joost; parents: Jores Derye, Willemyentie Braambos; witnesses: Joost Derye & daughter Marya. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  2. [S6250] Harold T. Duryee, The Charles Duryee family, a genealogy of the descendants of Charles Duryee, son of Joost, of Bushwick, Long Island, New York : with the collateral families of Schenck, Woodward, Moore, Fish, Leverich, Morse, Bosworth, Dean, Brooks, and Howe (Canfield, Ohio: Author, 1955), page 15. Hereinafter cited as Charles Duryee Family. Https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/296753?availability=Family%20History%20Library.
  3. [S3095] E. B. O'Callaghan, Names of Persons for whom Marriage Licenses were issued by the Secretary of the Province of New York, previous to 1784 (Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons, 1860), page 122. Duryee, George, and Williamanchia Brownbush. Hereinafter cited as New York Marr. Lic. Previous to 1784.
  4. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:132. Cornelya; parents: Jores Derye, Willemientie Braambosch; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  5. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:126. Willium Braambos; parents: Jores Derye, Willemyntie Braambos; witnesses: Willium Braambos & wife Catryna Van Cat. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  6. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:128. Roelof; parents: Jores Derye, Willemyntie Braambos; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  7. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:129. Willimtye; parents: Jores Derye, Willemyntie Braambos; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  8. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:130. Maria; parents: Joris Deyre, Willemyntie Braambos; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."
  9. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:134. Neeltye; parents: Jores Derye, Willemyntie Braambosch; no witnesses recorded. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."

William Braambos1

b. 29 December 1782
  • William Braambos was baptized on 29 December 1782 at Reformed Dutch Church, Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Queens Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses: Willium Brambos & wife Catrina Catt.1

Citations

  1. [S4821] "Reformed Dutch Church of Wolver Hollow (Oyster Bay), Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 73, p. 26 (1942): 73:130. Willium; parents: Willium Braambos, Jr., Willimpye Derye; witnesses: Willium Brambos & wife Catrina Catt. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Oyster Bay."

Bertha Brackett1

Citations

  1. [S2813] 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 2, File 36-A, Adolphus Brouwer-Jannetje Verdon. No. 10-I. Family Group sheets. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

Aeltje Braconie1,2

b. circa 1589/90, d. before 8 April 1681
  • Aeltje Braconie was born circa 1589/90 at Liège (now in Belgium).3,4
  • She married Thomas Badie at Liège say 1610 (now in Belgium).4
  • Aeltje Braconie married second at Manhattan Island, New Netherland, circa 1638 Cornelis Lambertszen Cool.5,6,7
  • Aeltje Braconie married third at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 4 September 1644 Willem Bredenbent "Wilhem Bredenbent, j.m. Van Ceulen, en Aeltje Braconie Wede Van Corn. Lamberts."8
  • Died shortly before before 8 April 1681 at Gowanus, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.9,10
  • Also known as Aaltje Bredebent.11
  • Also known as Aeltje Bracknoengie.12
  • Also known as Eli Braconie Eli Braconie is mentioned as a sponsor in two baptisms at the N.Y. Reformed Dutch Church. Totten (1934) assumes that Eli is a male, and possibly a relation to Aeltje. However, as Eli is mentioned last in the list of sponsors in each case, she is more probably a female, and Eli is more likely just another phonetic spelling of Aeltje.13
  • Immigrant ancestor to America between 1626 and 1628 (estimate, an exact record of immigration has not been found).
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Maryken Claese , daughter of Claes Janszen and Aechtje Cornelis Cool, on 2 October 1639 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Corn. Lambertszen Cool, Pieter Wolphertszen, Burger Joriszen Smit, Neeltje Wolpherts, Aaltje Cornelis).14
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Christian Willemszen , son of Willem Adriaenszen and Maria Badie, on 6 January 1641 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Michiel ter Oycken, Fiscael, and Eli Branconie).15
  • On 5 January 1644 Before Cornelis van Tienhoven, secretary of New Netherland, appeared Aeltjen Brackogne, widow of the late Cornelis Lambersen Cool, of the first part, and Gerrit Wolphersen and Claes Jansen from Emden, each of whom married a daughter of the late Cornelis Lambersen Cool, of the second part, who acknowledge that in love and friendship they had agreed and covenanted respecting the division of the goods and chattels which the aforesaid Cornelis Lambersen left behind, on the following conditions. (The conditions being that the parties acknowledge that they have divided and apportioned the movable and immovable property. That Aeltjen Brackongne pays Gerrit Wolphersen and Claes Jansen and additional 200 guilders, and that Gerrit Wolphersen and Claes Jansen acknowledge that they are fully satisfied and paid. Also that Aeltjen Brackongne shall pay all debts incurred by her deceased husband and that she shall receive all debts due her deceased husband. It is also stipulated that the property at Gowanus shall remain undivided until (through the mercy of God) the lands there may be used, when the parties shall enter upon the partition thereof. Aeltjen Brackongne, Gerrit Wolphersen and Claes Jansen all sign by their mark. Witnessed by Huych Aertsen van Rossom and Willem de Key.16
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Marritje Willemse , daughter of Willem Adriaenszen and Maria Badie, on 9 March 1644 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors De Hr. Willem Kieft, Gouverneur and Eli Braconie).17
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Catherine Van der Beek , daughter of Paulus Van der Beek and Maria Badie, on 10 September 1645 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors: De Hr. Willem Kieft, gouvernor, Mr. Hans Kierstede, Willem Brendenbent, and Aeltje Braconje, and Maritie Lievens).18
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Pieter Adamsz Brouwer , son of Adam Brouwer and Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, on 23 September 1646 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Mr. Paulus van der Beek, Willem Bredenbent, Aeltje Braconye, Mary du Trieux).19
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Jacob Verdon , son of Thomas Verdon and Barbara Imbroeck, on 19 March 1656 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Mr. Paulus Van Der Beeck, Mr. Gysbert van Inbroecht, Aeltje Braconye).20
  • Aeltje Braconie and Willem Bredenbent were members of the at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 12 September 1660.21
  • Aeltje Braconie witnessed the baptism of Jan Willemse Bennet , son of Willem Willemszen Bennet and Gertrude Van Mulheym, on 7 January 1663 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (sponsors Willem Bredenbent, Aeltje Brackunee, and Janneke Boon).22
  • Her will was dated on 22 June 1670 (joint will) names Aeltje's only daughter, Mary Thomas Badie (to have two milch cows, several pieces of jewelry, and all her clothing). Signed by Willem Bredenbent, and the mark, AB, of Aelitent Brackanÿe. Two notations: "Copy given to Marike Thomas Badie, 1681, the 8th of April," and "Copy given to Adam Brouwer, 1681, April 28th." The will was never probated.23,24
  • The Journal of Jaspar Danckaerts: (Friday, September 29, 1679). Here we crossed over, my comrade, Gerrit, our guide, and myself, in a row-boat, as it happened, which in good weather and tide, carries a sail. When we came over we found there Jan Teunissen, our fellow passenger, who had promised us so much good. He was going over to the city, to deliver his letters and transact other business. He told us he would return home in the evening, and we would find him there. We went on, up the hill, along open roads and a little woods, through the first village, called Breukelen, which has a small and ugly little church standing in the middle of the road. Having passed through here, we struck off to the right, in order to go to Gouanes. We went upon several plantations where Gerrit was acquainted with almost all of the people, who made us very welcome, sharing with us bountifully whatever they had, whether it was milk, cider, fruit or tobacco, and especially, and first and most of all, miserable rum or brandy which had been brought from Barbados and other islands, and which is called by the Dutch "kill-devil." All these people are very fond of it, and most of them extravagantly so, although it is very dear and has a bad taste. It is impossible to tell how many peach trees we passed, all laden with fruit to breaking down, and many of them actually broken down. We came to a place surrounded with such trees from which so many had fallen off that the ground could not be discerned, and you could not put your foot down without trampling them; and notwithstanding such large quantities had fallen off, the trees were still as full as they could bear. The hogs and other animals mostly feed on them. This place belongs to the oldest European woman in the country. We went immediately into her house, where she lived with her children. We found her sitting by the fire, smoking tobacco incessantly, one pipe after another. We enquired after her age, which the children told us was an hundred years. She was from Luyck (Liège), and still spoke good Wals [French of the Walloon variety]. She could reason very well sometimes, and other times she could not. She showed us several large apples, as good fruit of that country, and different from that of Europe. She had been about fifty years now in the country, and had above seventy children and grandchildren. She saw the third generation after her. Her mother had attended women in child-bed in her one hundred and sixth year, and was one hundred and eleven or twelve years old when she died. We tasted here for the first time, smoked "twaelft" [twelfth], a fish so called because it is caught in season next after the "elft" [eleventh] (ed. note: Striped bass and shad, respectively. The word "elft" has nothing to do with eleven, for elft = Fr. alose, or Eng. allice). It was salted a little and then smoked, and although it was now a year old, it was still perfectly good, and in flavor not inferior to smoked salmon. We drank here, also, the first new cider, which was very fine.
    We proceeded on to Gouanes, a place so called, where we arrived in the evening at one of the best friends of Gerrit, named Symon
    (Simon Aertsen DeHart). He was very glad to see us, and so was his wife. He took us into the house, and entertained us exceedingly well. We found a good fire, half-way up the chimney, of clear oak and hickory, which they made not the least scruple of burning profusely. We let it penetrate us thoroughly. There had been already thrown upon it, to be roasted, a pail-full of Gouanes oysters, which are the best in the country. They are fully as good as those of England, and better than those we ate at Falmouth. I had to try some of them raw. They are large and full, some of them not less than a foot long, and they grow sometimes ten, twelve and sixteen together, and are then like a piece of rock. Others are young and small. In consequence of the great quantities of them, everybody keeps the shells for the purpose of burning them into lime. They pickle the oysters in small casks, and send them to Barbados and the other islands. We had for supper a raosted haunch of venison, which he had bought of the Indians for three guilders and a half of seewant, that is fifteen stivers of Dutch money, and which weighed thirty pounds. The meat was exceedingly tender and good, and also quite fat. It had a slight spicy flavor. We were also served with wild turkey, which was also fat and of good flavor; and a wild goose, but that was rather dry. Everything we had was the natural production of the country. We saw here, lying in a heap, a whole hill of watermelons, which were as large as pumpkins, and which Symon was going to take to the city to sell. They were very good, though there is a difference between them and those of the Caribbee Islands; but this may be owing to its being late in the season, and these were the last pulling. It was very late at night when we went to rest in a kermis bed, as it is called (shake-down, bed on the floor), in the corner of the hearth, along side of a good fire.
    Although Jasper Danckaerts does not mention this "Oldest European woman in the country" by name, it has been concluded by Harry Macy, Jr. (NYGBR 142 [2011]:21-26) that Danckaert's is describing Aeltie Braconie. Realizing that the mention of "above seventy children and grandchildren," actually refer to grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and that the age claims are certain exagerations, this identification is certainly correct. Here we have a brief description of Aeltje, and of her Gowanus home, in 1679.25
  • Aeltje Braconie was a member of the at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 19 November 1679 (at) Gowanus.11

Family: Thomas Badie b. bt 1585 - 1587, d. bt 1630 - 1638

Citations

  1. [S805] John Reynolds Totten, "Aeltje Braconie-Baddie-Cool-Bredenbent Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.65, pp.234-245 (1934). Hereinafter cited as "Braconie, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  2. [S3664] Harry Macy Jr., "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 142, pp. 21-36 (2011): The article identifies Aeltje Braconie as the "Oldest European woman in the country," as described by Jasper Danckaerts in his 1679 journal. Hereinafter cited as "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie."
  3. [S805] John Reynolds Totten, "Aeltje Braconie-Baddie-Cool-Bredenbent Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.65, pp.234-245 (1934): 65:244. Estimates her date of birth as about 1690. Hereinafter cited as "Braconie, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  4. [S3664] Harry Macy Jr., "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 142, pp. 21-36 (2011): 142:30-31. Hereinafter cited as "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie."
  5. [S805] John Reynolds Totten, "Aeltje Braconie-Baddie-Cool-Bredenbent Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.65, pp.234-245 (1934): 65:235-36. Believes that the marriage took place prior to emigration to New Netherland. Hereinafter cited as "Braconie, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  6. [S1552] John Reynolds Totten, "Van Der Beek Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol. 64, pp.229-243; 367-387 (1933): p.230 fn. Hereinafter cited as "Van der Beek, NYGBR 64 (1933)."
  7. [S3664] Harry Macy Jr., "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 142, pp. 21-36 (2011): 142:31. The marriage took place in Manhattan. Hereinafter cited as "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie."
  8. [S1543] 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.13. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  9. [S805] John Reynolds Totten, "Aeltje Braconie-Baddie-Cool-Bredenbent Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.65, pp.234-245 (1934): 65:244. "after 22 Jan (or Jun) 1670, when she, being 'by reason of great age very weak' made with her then husband, Willem Bredenbent, a joint will le her daughter Mary Baddie, then the wife of Mr. Paulus Van Der Beeck. It is assumed that she died and was buriedaving upon their deaths their property to in Brooklyn where she spent her last days." (Aeltje was living as late as April 1679).. Hereinafter cited as "Braconie, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  10. [S3664] Harry Macy Jr., "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 142, pp. 21-36 (2011): 142:31. Died "shortly before 8 April 1681". Hereinafter cited as "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie."
  11. [S1749] 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), page 337 Register of the Members from the Four Villages. 19 Nov 1679. Gowanus. Aaltje Bredebent. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  12. [S508] John Reynolds Totten, "Verdon Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record 64:105-132 (April 1933). Hereinafter cited as "Verdon Family Notes."
  13. [S805] John Reynolds Totten, "Aeltje Braconie-Baddie-Cool-Bredenbent Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.65, pp.234-245 (1934): 65:234. Hereinafter cited as "Braconie, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  14. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:28. Maryken; parent: Claes Janszen; witnesses: Corn. Lambertszen Cool, Pieter Wolphertszen, Burger Joriszen Smit,Neeltje Wolpherts, Aaltje Cornelis.
  15. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:29. Christiaen; parents: Willem Adriaensz; witnesses: Michiel ter Oycken, Fiscael, Eli Braconie.
  16. [S2037] Arnold J.F. Van Laer, Register of the Provincial Secretary, 1642-1647, New York Historical Manuscripts, Vol. 2 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1974), page 189. Hereinafter cited as Register of the Provincial Sec., 1642-1647.
  17. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:84.
  18. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:86 Catharyn; parents: Mr. Paulus, Chirurgin.
  19. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:88.
  20. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:175. Jacobus; parents: Thomas Verdon, Barber Van Inbroeck.
  21. [S2806] 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 13. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  22. [S2806] 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 113. Jan; parents: Willem Willemszen, Getruijd van Mullem "(from) Cujanes". Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  23. [S1552] John Reynolds Totten, "Van Der Beek Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol. 64, pp.229-243; 367-387 (1933): p.231. Hereinafter cited as "Van der Beek, NYGBR 64 (1933)."
  24. [S3664] Harry Macy Jr., "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 142, pp. 21-36 (2011): 142:28-29. Provides a more detailed look at the will. Citing Frank L. Van Cleef, transcriber and translator, "Liber C of the Town Records of the Town of Flatbush," for the Commissioner of Records, Kings County, N.Y. (1914), 81-83, Municipal Archives of the City of New York, photocopy at the Holland Society, New York, N. Y.. Hereinafter cited as "Some New Light on Aeltje Braconie and Maria Badie."
  25. [S4819] Bartlett Burleigh James and J. Franklin Jameson (editors), Journal of Jasper Dankaerts, 1679-1680, Original Narratives of Early American History (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1913), pages 52-54. Hereinafter cited as Journal of Jasper Dankaerts.

Jemima Bradbury1

b. 25 January 1703/4, d. 24 June 1779
  • Jemima Bradbury was born on 25 January 1703/4 at Salisbury, Massachusetts.1
  • She married Capt. William Chandler, son of John Chandler and Mary Raymond, at Salisbury, Massachusetts, on 22 May 1725.1
  • Jemima Bradbury died on 24 June 1779 at Woodstock, Windham Co., Connecticut.2
  • She was buried at North Woodstock Cemetery, Windham Co., Connecticut.2

Family: Capt. William Chandler b. 3 Nov 1698, d. 20 Jun 1757

  • William Chandler2

Citations

  1. [S1678] 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.
  2. [S1678] 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.98. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

Mary Bradbury1

Citations

  1. [S619] Joseph Dow, History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire, Vol. II (Salem, Mass.: Salem Press Pub., 1893), page 618. Hereinafter cited as Hampton, NH 2. Https://archive.org/details/historyoftownofh02dowj.

Thomas Bradbury1

b. 24 December 1674, d. 17 March 1718/19
  • Father*: William Bradbury2
  • Mother*: Rebecca Wheelwright2
  • Thomas Bradbury was born on 24 December 1674 at Salisbury, Massachusetts.2
  • He married first on 30 October 1700 Jemima True.2
  • Thomas Bradbury married second at Salisbury, Massachusetts, on 24 October 1702 Mary Hilton, daughter of Edward Hilton and Anne Dudley, (date of banns).3
  • Thomas Bradbury died on 17 March 1718/19 at Salisbury, Massachusetts.2

Family: Mary Hilton b. 1678, d. 15 Jun 1723

Citations

  1. [S1678] 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.
  2. [S1678] 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. [S1678] 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, 32. Hereinafter cited as Royal Families: Gov. Thomas Dudley.

Aeltje Bradejor1

b. 19 May 1726, d. before 13 July 1737
  • Aeltje Bradejor was baptized on 19 May 1726 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Gysbert Uyt den Bogert, Margrietje Dufooir.1
  • She died before 13 July 1737.

Citations

  1. [S1557] 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 466. Aeltje; parents Isaac Bradejor, Jannetje Dufooir. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Elizabeth Bradejor1

b. 24 May 1724
  • Elizabeth Bradejor was baptized on 24 May 1724 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Johannes Dufooir, Elizabeth Dufooir.1

Citations

  1. [S1557] 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 449. Elizabeth; parents Isaac Bradejor, Jannetje Dufooir. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Sarah Bradejor1

b. circa 1693
  • Sarah Bradejor was probably born circa 1693 (no record of baptism found).
  • She married Thomas Smith at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 28 April 1716 (int. 28 Apr 1716).2
  • Also known as Sara Badjor.3
  • Also known as Sarah Brayzer.2
  • Also known as Sara Bradjor.4
  • Sarah Bradejor witnessed the baptism of Isaac Maddox , son of William Maddox and Susanna Breser, on 4 August 1714 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Barnardus Smith, Sara Bradjor).5
  • Sarah Bradejor witnessed the baptism of William Maddox , son of William Maddox and Susanna Breser, on 9 January 1716 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors William Roseboom, Sara Bradejer).6

Family: Thomas Smith

Citations

  1. [S1557] 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 466. Elizabeth; parents Thomas Smith, Sarah Bradejor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  2. [S1543] 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), page 125. Thomas Smit & Sarah Brayzer. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1557] 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 394. Margrietje; parents: Thomas Smith, Sara Badjor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  4. [S1557] 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 402. Sara; parents Thomas Smith, Sara Bradjor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  5. [S1557] 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 376. Isaac; parents William Maddix, Susanna Bradjor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  6. [S1557] 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 395. William; parents William Madex, Susanna Bradjor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  7. [S1557] 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 422. Margrietje; parents: Thomas Smith, Sara Bradjor. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Ann Bradford1

  • Father*: William Bradford1
  • Mother*: Sytje Van Santvoord1
  • Also known as Anne Marie Bradford.2

Family: William Mercier b. 24 Oct 1716, d. 1797

Citations

  1. [S4861] Catharine T. R. Mathews, "Notes Concerning the Morris Family of English Neighborhood, N. J., and of Tappan, N. Y.", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 45, pp. 361-365 (1914): See Le Mercier Family-Additional Note at NYGBR 46:414, which identifies the wife of William Mercier. Hereinafter cited as "Notes Concerning Morris Family."
  2. [S4862] Charlotte Carpenter Smith, "Additions and Corrections - Morris", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 133, pp. 286-287 (2002): Cites Edwin R. Purple, History of the Ancient Families of New York, and Annette Townsend, The Walton Family of New York (1945), pp.11-17.. Hereinafter cited as "Additions and Corrections - Morris."

Augustus Bradford1

Citations

  1. [S4262] John E. Stillwell Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and their Descendants, Vol. 5 (New York: n.pub., 1932), page 308. White of New Jersey. Hereinafter cited as Stillwell's Miscellany Vol. 5.

Henry Bradford1

Citations

  1. [S5246] James H. (editor) Brewer, "Rev. George Evans Brewer of Alabama, A Distinguished Career", Brewer Researcher Vol. 5, No. 3 (Fall 1995). Hereinafter cited as "Rev. George Evans Brewer."

Albert James Bradley1

b. 12 July 1879, d. 4 September 1944

Citations

  1. [S6171] "Descendants of Cornelius William Van Houten", March 9, 2015, Tena Ondeck (e-mail address), to Chris Chester. Original research of Tena Ondeck, citing vital records, census records, etc.; Chris Chester, Kent, New York. Hereinafter cited as "Desc. of Cornelius W. Van Houten."

Deborah Bradley1

b. between 1846 and 1850
  • Deborah Bradley was born between 1846 and 1850 (no record of her has been found).

Citations

  1. [S3149] Charles Bent, editor, History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its first settlement to the present time; with numerous Biographical and Family Stetches (Morrison, Illinois: n.pub., 1877), page 398. Hereinafter cited as History of Whiteside Co., Ill.

Eva Lucretia Bradley1

b. 26 September 1877, d. 12 October 1959

Citations

  1. [S6171] "Descendants of Cornelius William Van Houten", March 9, 2015, Tena Ondeck (e-mail address), to Chris Chester. Original research of Tena Ondeck, citing vital records, census records, etc.; Chris Chester, Kent, New York. Hereinafter cited as "Desc. of Cornelius W. Van Houten."

James Bradley1

b. circa 1820
  • He appeared on the census on 24 October 1850 at Sacramento, Sacramento Co., California, Jas. S. Bradley, age 30, born in Ohio. Occupation: none. In the household are Brewer Bradley (age 27, born in New York, female) and Otho Bradley (age 5, born in Iowa).2

Family: Lucinda Brewer b. 4 Feb 1823, d. b Jun 1900

Citations

  1. [S3149] Charles Bent, editor, History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its first settlement to the present time; with numerous Biographical and Family Stetches (Morrison, Illinois: n.pub., 1877), page 398. Hereinafter cited as History of Whiteside Co., Ill.
  2. [S209] 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 35, page 168A. Jas. S. Bradley household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.

Lt. John Bradley1

  • Lt. John Bradley married Mary on 11 October 1768.1

Citations

  1. [S191] Donald Lines Jacobus, compiler, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 1976), page 424. Hereinafter cited as History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield.

Otho J. Bradley1

b. circa 1845
  • Otho J. Bradley was born circa 1845 at Iowa.2
  • Also known as Otto Bass (step-father's surname).3
  • He lived at California.1
  • He appeared on the census on 24 October 1850 at Sacramento, Sacramento Co., California, Otho Bradley, age 5, born in Iowa.2
  • He appeared on the census on 9 July 1860 at Shasta Co., California, as Otto Bass, age 15, born in Iowa.3

Citations

  1. [S3149] Charles Bent, editor, History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its first settlement to the present time; with numerous Biographical and Family Stetches (Morrison, Illinois: n.pub., 1877), page 398. Hereinafter cited as History of Whiteside Co., Ill.
  2. [S209] 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 35, page 168A. Jas. S. Bradley household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.
  3. [S227] MyFamily.com, 1860 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, 2004), Federal census, NARA Ser. M653, Roll 66, page 733, FHL film #803066. John S. P. Bass household. Hereinafter cited as 1860 US Census.

Rosetta Bradley1

b. between 1846 and 1850
  • Rosetta Bradley was possibly born between 1846 and 1850 (no record of her has been found).

Citations

  1. [S3149] Charles Bent, editor, History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its first settlement to the present time; with numerous Biographical and Family Stetches (Morrison, Illinois: n.pub., 1877), page 398. Hereinafter cited as History of Whiteside Co., Ill.

Bradner1

Citations

  1. [S2034] Imogene H. Lane, Drakes of Orange Co., New York and Related Families; FHL film #0872801, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), Microreproduction of typescript (36 p.) written in 1970.. Hereinafter cited as Drakes of Orange Co. and Related Families, https://docs.google.com/leaf

Bradshaw1

Citations

  1. [S3226] Family Search,"Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995", online http://beta.familysearch.org/. Name index to death and burial records from the state of Michigan. Retrieved July 2011. Margaret Bradshaw, widow, age 66; parents: Daniel Brewer, Fanny Baldwin. FHL film #1018930. Hereinafter cited as Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995.

George Bradshaw1

  • George Bradshaw married Elizabeth Pieterse Beeck, daughter of Pieter Corneliszen Beeck and Aeltie Willems, at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, on 29 October 1691.1

Citations

  1. [S4990] Henry B. Hoff, "The Beeck Family of New Amsterdam and New York City", The American Genealogist Vol. 69, pp. 202-211 (1994): 69:208. Hereinafter cited as "The Beek Family."

Jane Bradstreet1

b. 15 February 1707/8, d. 13 July 1732
  • Father*: Moses Bradstreet1
  • Mother*: Hannah Pickard1
  • Jane Bradstreet was baptized on 15 February 1707/8.1
  • She married John Manning, son of Thomas Manning and Mary Giddings, at Ipswich, Massachusetts, on 2 July 1728; (Int. dated 24 Mar 1727/28?1,2
  • Jane Bradstreet died on 13 July 1732 at Ipswich, Essex Co., Massachusetts; age 24 years, 5 months (g.s.).3

Family: John Manning b. 16 Mar 1703, d. bt 18 Jul 1775 - 22 Mar 1776

Citations

  1. [S1381] William Henry Manning, The Genealogical and Biographical History of the Manning Families of New England and Descendants from the Settlement of America to the Present Time (Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press, 1902), p.703. Hereinafter cited as Manning Families of New England. http://books.google.com/books
  2. [S641] "Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850", online www.newenglandancestors.org. VR of Ipswich, Mass. to the Year 1850. Date of intention. Hereinafter cited as Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850.
  3. [S641] "Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850", online www.newenglandancestors.org. VR of Ipswich, Mass. to the Year 1850. Hereinafter cited as Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850.

Cornelia Bradt1

b. circa 1846
  • Also known as Nellie.2
  • Cornelia Bradt appeared on the census on 15 July 1870 at Arcadia, Wayne Co., New York, as Nellie Frear, age 24, born in New York. Keeping house.2

Citations

  1. [S1729] Ruth P. Heidgerd, The Freer Family: Descendants of Hugo Freer, Patentee of New Paltz (New Paltz, N.Y.: Huguenot Historical Society, 1968), page 193, no. G-653. Hereinafter cited as Freer Family.
  2. [S230] MyFamily.com, 1870 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. M593, Roll 1112, page 37B, FHL film #552611. Charles H. Frear household. Hereinafter cited as 1870 US Census.

Gisseltje Bradt1

d. before 28 November 1677
  • Also known as Gisseltje Albertsz.2

Family 1: Jan Jansen Van Eckelen d. c 23 Mar 1668

Family 2: Hendrick Willemsz d. bt 28 Nov 1677 - 4 Dec 1677

Citations

  1. [S3427] Henry B. Hoff, "Origins of the Hendrickson Family of Momouth County, New Jersey", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 106 (1975): 106:2. Hereinafter cited as "Hendrickson Family of Monmouth Co."
  2. [S4281] Jonathan Pearson and A. J. F. Van Laer Early Records of the City and County of Albany and Colony of Rensselaerswyck, Volume 3 (Notarial Papers 1 and 2, 1660-1696) (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1918), page 161. Hereinafter cited as ERA.

Jan Bradt1

b. 18 March 1711
  • Jan Bradt was baptized on 18 March 1711 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York; sponsors Jan Rosa, Hillegont Rosa.1

Citations

  1. [S1556] Roswell Randall Hoes, editor, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1891, 1980, 1997), page 93, no. 1920. Jan; parents: Andries Brat, Weyntjen Roos. Hereinafter cited as Old Dutch Church, Kingston.

Jane Bradt1

Citations

  1. [S1677] William Barent Wemple Jr., "Wemple Genealogy", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.35, 36, 44 (1904, 1905): 35:236. Hereinafter cited as "Wemple, NYGBR 35,36,44."

Maria Bradt1

b. 11 September 1709
  • Maria Bradt was baptized on 11 September 1709 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Storm and Maria Bratt.1

Citations

  1. [S1590] 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), 2:54. Maria of Andries Bratt and Weyntje Rosa. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Elizabeth Brady1

b. 27 February 1834
  • Elizabeth Brady was born on 27 February 1834 at Kingston, Ontario, Canada.1
  • She married William Kidd at St. George's Church, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, on 6 March 1852.1

Family: William Kidd

Citations

  1. [S2408] The Trinity Church Story a.k.a. "The Hill Manuscript", Unpublished Manuscript, ca.1924, Box 7, Catalog Item no.77, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. This manuscript is only available in a few libraries. Although it provides an interesting account of the Anneke Jans-Trinity Church legal battles, the genealogies, especially for the earlier generations, are unreliable. page 26.

Ella R. Brady1

b. January 1851, d. 5 January 1914
  • On 1 June 1875 Ella R. Brady resided at Middletown, Richmond Co., New York; Relation to Head of House: Wife.4
  • In 1880 Ella R. Brady resided at Staten Island, Richmond Co., New York; Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Daughter-in-law.5
  • In 1900 Ella R. Brady resided at Richmond Ward 2, Richmond Co., New York; Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife.2
  • In 1910 Ella R. Brady resided at Richmond Ward 2, Richmond Co., New York; Marital Status: MarriedRelation to Head of House: Wife.6

Family: George A. Brower b. Jul 1850, d. 18 Mar 1915

Citations

  1. [S5785] Edith Polhamus, "Brouwer Family Database Questions," e-mail message from Edith Polhamus to Chris Chester, July 31, 2014, Research of the author. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Family Database Questions."
  2. [S58] MyFamily.com, 1900 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, Year: 1900; Census Place: Richmond Ward 2, Richmond, New York; Roll: 1154; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 0593; FHL microfilm: 1241154. Hereinafter cited as 1900 US Census.
  3. [S5863] Ancestry.com, New York, New York, Death Index, 1862-1948 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  4. [S5861] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1875 (n.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., unknown publish date).
  5. [S105] Ancestry.com, 1880 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 2003), Federal census, Year: 1880; Census Place: Staten Island, Richmond, New York; Roll: 923; Family History Film: 1254923; Page: 207A; Enumeration District: 303; Image: 0420. Hereinafter cited as 1880 US Census.
  6. [S38] MyFamily.com, 1910 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, Year: 1910; Census Place: Richmond Ward 2, Richmond, New York; Roll: T624_1073; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 1319; FHL microfilm: 1375086. Hereinafter cited as 1910 US Census.

Eurah Brady1

Citations

  1. [S1266] Becky Dalberg, Descendants of Jeremiah Brewer, Journal report, A Descendants Report compiled by Becky Dalberg, Richland, Wisconsin. Report received by Chris Chester via e-mail from Karen Sims. Sources for dates and other information were not cited in the report, and further confirmation is suggested., ca.2005. Karen Sims, Santa Barbara, California.

Mary Emma Brady1

b. 12 December 1852

Citations

  1. [S1967] George Olin Zabriskie, "Daniel De Clark (De Klerck) of Tappan and His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.96-97 (1965-1966): 97:32. Hereinafter cited as "De Clark, NYGBR 96-97 (1965-66)."

Ruhamah Brady1

b. 1842, d. 1865

Family: James M. Burroughs b. Mar 1840, d. 17 Mar 1911

Citations

  1. [S230] MyFamily.com, 1870 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, NARA Ser. M593, Roll 285, page 382A, FHL film #545784. James Burroughs household. See user submitted family trees linked to this record. Hereinafter cited as 1870 US Census.

William Brady1

Family: Elizabeth Brower b. 30 Jul 1815

Citations

  1. [S2408] The Trinity Church Story a.k.a. "The Hill Manuscript", Unpublished Manuscript, ca.1924, Box 7, Catalog Item no.77, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. This manuscript is only available in a few libraries. Although it provides an interesting account of the Anneke Jans-Trinity Church legal battles, the genealogies, especially for the earlier generations, are unreliable. page 26.