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1. Debra Ann "Deby" Von Wert, b. 6 Jul 1959 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

   

    She married (1) Speedy Kenneth Earl Williams, married 28 Aug 1987 in Goldsboro, Wayne Co., N.C., b. 6 Feb 1955.

    personal knowledge.

   

    She married (2) Vernon Matthew Justice, b. 2 Jul 1961.

    from--Vernon and my personal knowledge. Documentation--Birth Certificate.

 

Parents

 

2. Clifford Clarence "Cliff" Von Wert, b. 15 Jan 1925 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, d. 16 Jun 1983 in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.

    I Love you, Dad.

    .

    .

    .

   

    Was a very special man.  Remembered as a kind, loving, and thoughtful Father and Grandfather.  He is still very much a part of our lives.

   

    5'6", 125 lbs., blue/gray eyes, dk. brown hair

    3rd degree black belt Judo.  Also belted in Jujitsu and Karate.

   

    Died VA Hospital, Dayton, Ohio

    Served US Navy WWII

   

    Has Certificate of Appreciation for participating in the 'Experimental Malaria Program' for US Government during and after WWII.  Suffered with Malaria for the rest of his life.

   

    Died of Pneumonia and Malnutrition.  Contributing factor:  Emphesemia   Weighed 76 lbs at time of death.

    He married (1) Dorothy JoAnn Marion, married 26 Oct 1958 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, b. 24 Jun 1938.

    He married (2) Lillian Graybill, married in Never Legally Married.

 

3. Dorothy JoAnn Marion, b. 24 Jun 1938 in Woodside, Sangamon, Illinois.

    from--Dorothy (Marion) Bowlby, self; Eleanor (Marion) Rock, sister, and Roy Nottingham, cousin.  Documentation--Birth Certificate. grad--Athens Community High, Athens, Illinois.

    She married (1) Clifford Clarence "Cliff" Von Wert, married 26 Oct 1958 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, b. 15 Jan 1925, d. 16 Jun 1983 in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.

    She married (2) Delbert Ray Workman, married 7 May 1979.

    She married (3) Carlsted Vernon Bowlby, married 29 Jan 1985 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, b. 22 Oct 1942.

 

Grand Parents

 

4. Clarence Edwin Von Wert, b. 12 Jun 1892 in Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska, d. 8 Jul 1973 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, buried: in Oak Hill Cem, Springfield, Ill.  He married Anna Henrietta Elinora Scholl, married 16 Apr 1910 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.

 

5. Anna Henrietta Elinora Scholl, b. 26 Oct 1891 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, d. 27 Nov 1945 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, buried: in Oak Hill Cem, Springfield, Ill.

 

6. Edgar Francis Marion, b. 18 May 1883 in Buffalo Hart, Sangamno County, Illinois, d. 20 Feb 1968 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

    from--Dorothy (Marion) Bowlby, daughter; and my personal knowledge.

    He married Nellie "Frances" Nottingham, married 25 Oct 1917 in Sangamon County, Illinois.

 

7. Nellie "Frances" Nottingham, b. 31 Mar 1900 in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois, d. 27 Dec 1982 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

 

Great Grand Parents

 

8. Willard Deforrest Van Wert, b. 30 Sep 1855 in Moodna, Orange County, New York, d. 9 Nov 1943, buried: in Wolbach Cemetery, Wolbach, Nebrask.

    30 Sep 1855 birthday from IGI at LDS Marriage license states parents names as H. C. Van and M. E. Travis

   

    See RIN # 470 for source of information. Info came from both Dan North and

    Henrietta Hill Van Wert.

   

    Sep 1849 birthday from 1900 Nebraska Cencus

    Stated age as 70 in Jun, 1920. Living with son, Herman Clyde. Also stated that he was widowed .

   

    Found headstone at Wolbach Cemetery in October, 1993. Showed date of birth

    and death. No obit available in "Wolbach Messenger" (newspaper). Newspapers

    dating August, 1943 through December, 1943 were not preserved for some reason. Checked archives in "Messenger's" office as well as Archives in "University of Nebraska Library" in Lincoln, Nebraska.

   

    Headstone shows date of birth as 30 Sep, 1855.

   

    OBITUARY

   

    LAST RITES FOR WILLARD DEFOREST VANWART

   

    Funeral services were held Friday, November 12, at the Methodist church in Wolbach with R ev. V. R. Bell, Pastor of the Methodist church of St. Paul officiationg. The choir sang, "God Be With You 'Till We Meet Again", The Old Rugged Cross", and "Shall We Gather At The River."

    Mr. Van Wart passed away at the home of his son, Clyde, at Gandy, Nebr. on Nov. 9, 1943.

    The McIntyre Funeral Home of St. Paul was in charge of the funeral arrangements.

    The Herald offers condolences to the bereaved family.  Willard DeForest VanWart was born at Moodna, New York, Sept. 30, 1855. He resided in New York until he came to East Lynn, Illinois at the age of 11 with his parents, and where the family resided until 1885. At the age of 30 he left home and came to Fullerton, Nebraska. In 1886, he married Laura G. Schrontz of Fullerton, to this union were born 3 children, Clyde, Leona, and Clarence. His mother and his younger brother and three younger sisters came to Fullerton in 1887, their father having died several years previous. willard resided at Fullerton until 1892 when he moved to Boone County, Nebr., residing there until 1905 when he moved to Oconto, Nebr., residing there until 1914 when he went to Logan, Nebr. for six years and then to Gandy, Nebraska where he resided until his death at the age of 88 years, 1 month and 9 days. The last three years of his life were spent in his chair, having had a stroke that affected his left side. Four days before his death he suffered another stroke on the right side.

    He spent the earlier part of his life handling imported horses and fat cattle, the latter part, until unable to do so, as a woodcraftsman.

    He leaves to mourn his passing: a son, Clyde of Gandy, Nebr; a daughter, Leona Shomshore of Salt Lake City, Utah; and a son, Clarence of St. Louis, Mo.; a brother, Da niel of Tensleep, Wyo.; a sister Olive Kinney of Spencer, Nebr.; a sister, Julia Peacock of Albia, Iowa; a sister Golda Sillik of Loa angeles, Calif.; sixteen grandchildren, twenty great grandchildren and many friends and neighbors.

    The deceased was always active in public gatherings and a law abiding citizen.

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    CARD OF THANKS

   

    We desire to take this means of thanking the many friends for their assistance to us in the death of our father, grandfather, and brother, W. D. VanWart. Especially do we wish to thank Rev. Bell, the choir, pallbearers, those who sent floral bouquets and wm. M. Baskin. Your kindness will never be forgotten.

   

    Mr. and Mrs. H. C. VanWart

    and family

    Willard VanWart's Grandchildren.

    He married Laura Grace Schrantz, married 4 Jan 1886 in Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.

 

9. Laura Grace Schrantz, b. 8 Dec 1870 in Streator, LaSalle Co., Illinois, d. 18 May 1953 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah.

    info on age came from photograph of tombstone. Marriage license states parents

    names as Samuel Schrantz and M. Reiter or Keiter.

    other info from Illinois and Nebraska Census reports; Janet Voelker and Dan

    North. Both are great grandchildren.

   

    Tombstone reads: LAURA GRACE WOOD

    Dec 8, 1870

    May 18, 1953

    ! As tombstone gives last name as Wood there must be at least one more

    marriage??

    She married (1) Willard Deforrest Van Wert, married 4 Jan 1886 in Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska, b. 30 Sep 1855, d. 9 Nov 1943, buried: in Wolbach Cemetery, Wolbach, Nebrask.

    She married (2) _____ Robinson.

    She married (3) Clayton M. Coltrain, b. 1881.

    She married (4) _____ Wood.

 

10. Emil John Scholl, b. 19 Apr 1871 in Germany, d. 27 Jun 1951 in Hospital, St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, buried: 30 Jun 1951 in Laurel Hills Cem, Wellston, St. Co.  He married Anna Augusta Weissgerber.

 

11. Anna Augusta Weissgerber, b. 13 Mar 1872 in Germany, d. 16 Sep 1959 in Manchester, St. Louis, Missouri, Crest, buried: 18 Sep 1959 in Laurel Hill Ceme, Pagedale, St., Miss.

      Immigrated to America in 1883

     

      Information from US census reports and Cert. of death

      Cause of Death--Coronary Thrombosis-due to Cardio Vascular Disease

     

      Time of death--10:00 p. m.

      Funeral Director---Baumann Bros. 2504 Woodson Rd. Overland, Missouri.

 

12. William Henry Marion, b. ABT 1858 in Illinois, d. 18 May 1929 in Springfield, Sangamon Co., Illinois, Jo.

      from   Pat Nichols        1302 S. East Street        Jacksonville, Ill 62650

      1880 Fed Census Sangamon Co., Ill.  Mechanicsburg Twp.  ED 212  Pg 619    states age as 22 yrs.

     

     

      1920 Fed Census Morgan County, Ill shows age as 66 years

      Wm. H.        Head             66                  Ill      KY     KY

      Hattie M.      Wife              36                  Ill      US     Ill

      Nellie M.       Dau              19                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Oscar A.       Son              17                  Ill       Ill        KY

      Homer O.      Son              15                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Henry H.       Son              10                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Etta A.           Dau               6                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Esther E.       Dau              3 2/12           Ill       KY     Ill

      Susan R.       Dau              6m                 Ill       KY     Ill

      Susan R        Mother         89                  KY     KY     GA

     

     

     

     

     

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      He married (1) Mary Ellen (Elizabeth Sharke) Shrake, married 9/Jun/1881 in Christian County, Illinois.

      He married (2) Hattie Johnson, b. c. 1884.

 

13. Mary Ellen (Elizabeth Sharke) Shrake.

      From Pat Nichols-- Provided no verification

     

      NO DOCUMENTATION---Marriage license for dau. Alice to Hardin McGlasson states

      mothers name to be Elizabeth SHIRK or SHARK. Marriage license for Alice to John

      Stotts states mothers name to be Lizzie Shrake.  Death Cert states mother's

      name to be Mary Ellen Schrakes.

     

      Elizabeth has several diferent names depending on who you ask in the family.  Name has been Mary Elizabeth, Elizabeth, Mary Ellen and others.  Last name is said to be Shirk, Shrake, Sharke, and Shake.  Idon't think anyone really knows for sure.  At any rate, to date, I have no difinitive proof.  dvwj

     

      Rose Mahoney, (daughter-in-law) stated her name was Elizabeth Sharke, that she was a Cherokee forced to return to the Reseveration in Oklahoma where she died.  She said William called her 'Molissa'.

     

      My notes... This info substantiates Rose's Information....William later married Hattie Johnson and had several Children, the eldest being born in Globe City, Oklahoma.  What was William doing in Oklahoma?  His only connection would have been Molissa.  I do know that my grandfather, Edgar, lost (died, left???) his Mother as a young boy.  If she died in Illinois, why doesn't a single member of the family that knew her know where she was buried?   And why doesn't anyone have clue to her age or date of birth and death?

 

14. Luther William Nottingham, b. 6 Aug 1873 in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois, d. 17 Jan 1938 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      from gd, Dorothy Marion, obituary, and tombstone.

      He married Laura Etta Henderson, married 2 Jan 1896.

 

15. Laura Etta Henderson, b. 12 Dec 1871 in Tallula, Menard Co., Illinois, d. 12 Oct 1937 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, buried: in OakRidgeCemetery, Springfield, Co.

      info from  obit--State Journal Register (Springfield, Ill newspaper), book- "300 Years...", gd, Dorothy Marion Bowlby (rin # 89), and headstone. See RIN #1 for further info on book source.

 

Great Great Grand Parents

 

16. Horatio Clark Van Wart, b. 4 Mar 1826 in Moodna, Orange Co., New York, see notes, d. 14 Oct 1875 in East Lynn, Vermillion County, Illinois, buried: in Country Church, Yard near, Illin.

      Ref-- JULIAVW, headstones, records in Nebraska, JKARG.

      He married Mary Elizabeth Traves, married 22 Apr 1848.

 

17. Mary Elizabeth Traves, b. 20 Jul 1832 in Cold Springs, New York, d. 2 Aug 1913 in Kearney, Buffalo, Nebraska, buried: in Wolbach, Greeley County, Nebraska.

      info from marie Mittelstaedt says Mary b, Vienna (NY?) REF -- JULIAVW, from Janet Voelker via Herman C. VanWart's papers, JKARG

     

     

      OBITUARY

     

      WOLBACH MESSENGER

      Wolbach, Greeley County, Nebraska Thursday, Aug. 7, 1913 No. 33

     

      Mrs. Travis Dead

     

      Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Travis passed away at her daughter's home at Kearney

      after a short illness. The body was shipped here Monday afternoon, and

      enterment was made in the Wolbach Cemetery.

     

      Obituary

     

      Mary Elizabeth Travis was born in Cold Springs, N. Y., July 20, 1832, and died at the ho me of her daughter at Kearney August 2nd, 1913. She was married to Horatio Clark Van Wart Apr. 22, 1898 came to Ill., Mar. 4, 1868 where they made their home until 1886 when they moved to Nebraska in the fall and resided here until 7 years ago when she moved to Kearney where she spent the rest of her life till she was called to answer the roll. This good woman will be missed by many of the Wolbach citizens having a cheery disposition, as well as always being a helpful woman.

     

      She leaves to mourn her death five daughters, two sons and two sisters.

     

      The following are the people who attended the burial of the good woman:

      W. D. Van Wart of Kearney, Mrs. J. B. Spears, Sterling, Colo., Mrs. R. R. Crowe of Kearney, M rs. F. E. Kinney of Fullerton, Dr. Van Wart, Manderson, Wyo., Mrs. Jas. Peacock, Oskaloosa, Ta., Mrs. Sam Sillik, Fremont. She has two sisters in Peekskill on the Hudson, Mrs. Elmira Lice and Mrs. Martin Hayte.

      The Messenger wishes to extend its heartfelt sympathy to the relatives of this bereave d woman and share some of their sorrows.

 

18. Samuel Saxon Schrantz, b. 23/APR/1831/32 in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, d. 27/FEB/1911 in Omaha, Nebraska, buried: in West Lawn Cemete, Omaha, Nebraska.

      BURI PLAC West Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska death-19 Oct 1909,Streator,LaSalle Co.,Illinois  date from Dan North death date of 1911 from Susan Reiter Macy

       S653   ED368 p1 L1 D2 F2   Schrantz, Samuel   P.O. Fullerton, Nance Co., NE Private Co. F Reg. 153 Penn Inft. Enl. 22 Sep 1862, Dis. 24 Jul 1863. Served 10m 2d.

     

     

      http://home.ptd.net/~nikki/153fkregt.htm

     

      Private Co. F Reg. 153 Penn Inft. Enl. 22 Sep 1862, Dis. 24 Jul 1863. Served 10m 2d.

     

      [ 153rd PA Cos F to K ]

      Company F

     

      Recruited at Williams Township for 9 months service; mustered in October 7, 1862 and if not, first date is muster-in; mustered out July 24, 1863 unless otherwise stated; rank of Private unless otherwise stated; S.C. is discharged on Surgeon's Cert

      ificate:

      ·     Capt Lucious Q. Stout; 10/10/1862; died 8/5/1895 Riegelsville PA

      ·     1st Lt Henry R. Barnes

      ·     2nd Lt William Beidelman; died 2/1/1903 Easton

      ·     1st Sgt John Seiple, Jr.; died 7/8/1863 of lockjaw from wounds received at Gettysburg

      ·     Sgt Stephen B. Frick

      ·     Sgt Edward J. Kiefer; died 2/1905 Easton

      ·     Sgt Jacob Koken; died 1/4/1866

      ·     Sgt Samuel L. Lantz; wounded 7/1/1863 Gettysburg; died 12/25/1881 Easton

      ·     Cpl Michael Bougher; captured at Chancellorsville; Libby

      ·     Cpl Philip R. Halpin; killed 7/1/1863 Gettysburg

      ·     Cpl Peter Smith

      ·     Cpl Jeremiah Transue; wounded 7/1/1863 Gettysburg; died 5/9/1895

      ·     Cpl Jacob Unangst; killed 5/2/1863 Chancellorsville

      ·     Cpl Peter Unangst

      ·     Cpl Henry F. Ziegenfuss; wounded 7/1/1863 Gettysburg

      ·     Cpl Andrew Ziegler; killed 5/2/1863 Chancellorsville

      ·     Edwin F. Knecht; wounded 7/1/1863; absent in hospital at muster-out

      ·     Stephen H. Knecht; wounded 7/1/1863 Gettysburg

      ·     Samuel Shrontz

     

      Northampton County PA in the Civil War

     

      Following the Confederate attack on Fort Sumpter, the people of Northampton County met at the public square in Easton, the county seat. Patriotic speeches were made asking for volunteers to help meet President Lincoln's call for 75,000 men of the Union to enlist for a term of three months. Throughout the war, the men of Northampton County served bravely and ho norably in troops raised within the county as well as units raised elsewhere.

     

      The 153rd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers was recruited entirely within the limits of Northampton County and was mustered October 7-11, 1862 for a period of nine months. Assigned to the First Brigade, First Division, Eleventh Army Corps, the

      y fought bravely at Chancellorsville and Gettysburg.  At their farewell, Colonel Von Gilsa, their brigade commander, said: "I am an old soldier, but never did I know soldiers who with greater alacrity and more good will endeavored to fulfill their duties. In the Battle of Chancellorsville, you, like veterans, stood your ground against fearful odds, and, although surrounded on three sides, you did not retreat until by me commanded to do so. In the three days' Battle of Gettysburg your beha

      vior put many an old soldier to blush, and you are justly entitled to a great share of the glory which my brigade has won for itself, by repulsing the two dreaded Tiger brigades of Jackson. In the name of your comrades of the First Brigade and myself I now bid you a cordial farewell."

     

     

      Hi I found this at the Sprunce libr. In Dolestown,Pa.page 247 of B.F.Fackenthal's Sundrys. Since you were also looking for Van Wert's thought it might be your man.Samuel Schontz b. Apr.23,1832 d. Feb.27,1911 was twice married 1. Mary Ann Weaverb

      . Dec.10,1833 d.Aug.31,1864 No children 2. Mary ?Had children John George Schantz (Went West never heard from) andLaura Schontz m.1st ? Van Wert divorced their children Herman Clyde Van Wert and Luda Leana Van WertLaura m. 2. ? Coltrain

     

      Also --- From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

      He married (1) Mary Ann Reiter, b. DEC 1849, d. 1914 in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, buried: in West Lawn Cemete, Omaha, Nebraska.

      He married (2) Mary Ann Weaver, b. 10/DEC/1833, d. 31/AUG/1864.

 

19. Mary Ann Reiter, b. DEC 1849 in 15 Sep 1849, Bresiam, Prussia, Germany, d. 1914 in Omaha, Douglas Co., Nebraska, buried: in West Lawn Cemete, Omaha, Nebraska.

      buried West Lawn Cemetery, Omaha, Nebraska from Dan North. from Susan Reiter Macy    mary was 2nd of 12 Children.

 

20. Henry Scholl.

      Got name from Death cert. of Emil J. Scholl.

      He married Henrietta Hoger.

 

21. Henrietta Hoger.

      Got name from death cert of Emil J. Scholl.

 

22. Friedrich Karl Weissgerber, b. 3 Apr 1846 in Crossen, Germany, d. 23 Nov 1924 in Elkhart lake, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin, buried: in Kiel Cemetary, Elkhart lake, Wisconsin.

        WILL 78 yrs 7 m

     

      info from my father-great-grandson- and death cert. of daughter, Anna.

     

      Her death cert. states the last name is WEISGERBAUER.

      He married (1) Henriette Augusta Schroeder, d. in Germany.

      He married (2) Catherina (Katherine) Schreiber, married 25 May 1884 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, b. 14 Sep 1859, d. 29 Sep 1942 in Elkhart lake, Sheboygan Co., Wisconsin, buried: 3 Oct 1942 in Kiel Cemetary, Elkhart lake, Wisconsin.

 

23. Henriette Augusta Schroeder, d. in Germany.

 

24. John Marion, b. 3 Apr 1830 in Kentucky, d. 14 Feb 1917 in Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois.

      died in the Grand Hotel in Jacksonville.  Cause of death---listed as paralysis (poss. stroke).  Death Cert gives DOB and DOD. from Pat Nichols

      1880 census Sangamon Co. Ill--he states father b. SC--mother b. Virginia

     

      Death Cert #0029940

     

      1880 United States Census     Mechanicsburg, Sangamon, Illinois

     

      Name         Relation            Marital Status        Gender        Race    Age      Birthplace         Occupation       Father's Birthplace   Mother's Birthplace     

       John MARION      Self      M         Male    W        50        KY      Laborer On Farm         SC       VA     

       Susan MARION    Wife     M         Female             W        37        KY      Keeping House             KY      GA     

       William MARION              Son      S          Male    W        22        IL         Laborer                            KY        KY    

       John MARION      Son      S          Male    W        18        IL         Laborer                    KY          KY 

       Andrew J. MARION Son              S          Male    W        14        IL         Laborer                            KY        KY    

       James T. MARION            Son      S          Male    W        12        IL         At School         KY      KY    

       Laura Bell MARION Dau              S          Female             W        9          IL         At School         KY      KY    

       Ranson MARION              Son      S          Male    W        3          IL         At Home                          KY        KY    

     

      Following found in LDS database:  My only clue to his place of birth

      Month and day are reversed (3/Apr and 4/Mar), but date of death is same

      John Marion                      

            Male                           

     

       Event(s):   

            Birth:    04 MAR 1831   , Marion, Kentucky    

            Christening:                              

            Death:  14 FEB 1917              

            Burial:                           .

      He married Susan Rose Baker, married 23 Jul 1856 in Coles County, Illinois.

 

25. Susan Rose Baker, b. 3 Jul 1842 in Kentucky, d. 18 Dec 1928 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, buried: in East Cemetery, Illinois.

      Death Cert #2841067

     

      shows age as 89 in 1920 Census.  shows b. Kentucky, Father b. Kentucky... Mother b. Georgia

     

      1920 Fed Census Morgan County, Ill shows age as 66 years

      Wm. H.        Head             66                  Ill      KY     KY

      Hattie M.      Wife              36                  Ill      US     Ill

      Nellie M.       Dau              19                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Oscar A.       Son              17                  Ill       Ill        KY

      Homer O.      Son              15                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Henry H.       Son              10                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Etta A.           Dau               6                  Ill       KY     Ill

      Esther E.       Dau              3 2/12           Ill       KY     Ill

      Susan R.       Dau              6m                 Ill       KY     Ill

      Susan R        Mother         89                  KY     KY     GA.

 

26. Samuel Shrake.

      From Pat Nichols--No verification.

      He married Ellender Miller.

 

27. Ellender Miller.

      From Pat Nichols--No verification.

 

28. Jonathon (John) Nottingham, b. 21 Apr 1834 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 18 Jul 1890, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      Married Mary Ann Corson, have three children and live in Menard County.

      FROM: EARLY SETTLERS OF SANGAMON COUNTY. (ILLINOIS)  pp. 546 & 547,

      300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

      and Roy Nottingham of Springfield, Ill.

      'Early Settlers'  located in Columbus, Ohio in "State Library of Ohio" archives on Front St.

      '300 years...." located in same place, also Allen Co. Pub Library, Ft. Wayne, IN

      also have tombstone inscription

     

      My GG-Grandfather.

      He married Mary Ann Corson, married 30 Apr 1868.

 

29. Mary Ann Corson, b. 9 Feb 1847 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, d. 1941, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      have tombstone inscription

      From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

30. William P. Henderson, b. 27 Sep 1833 in Morgan City, Illinois, d. 19 Jan 1912.

      from Past and present of Menard Co. and Eleanor Rock and mary Jane Mahnken.

      He married Mary Ann McFillin, married 1 Sep 1859.

 

31. Mary Ann McFillin, b. 1836 in Morgan City, Illinois, d. 1907/09 in Illinois.

 

3rd Great Grand Parents

 

32. John Van Wart, b. 1792 in NY, d. 24 Mar 1854 in Cohoes, Albany County, New York, buried: in Old Dutch Church, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York.

      From Records of Herman Clyde Van Wart, Minimum, Missouri. Handed down to Henrietta Hill Van Wart, then to Lillian Arthur Leithead who passed them to me for submittal to LDS.

     

      Also from letter of Loda Leona Van Wert via a letter written before her death.

     

      See RIN # 470 for further details and information on Sources.

     

      I have found no documentation, but because info is from two completely

      different sources, I feel that it can be considered somewhat reliable.

     

      NOTE****One of the daughters' name was actually Clarinda. Not sure if one of

      the twins or Clarrisa. She married Daniel Barniun. They had one child named

      Gracie. She died, but am not sure how or when.

     

     

     

      Ref--JULIAVW, GB, IVW, CEH (AF), KDCAN (AF), DSEE JULIAVW (gd of John) shows John as s/o Hendrick and lists Hendricks ch as siblings of John.  IVW shows him as s/o Isaac and Amy Bishop -- As he names 2 ch Henry and Catherine, but none either Isaac or Amy, I'm inclined to believe Julia's research.  James Karg gives dob with no ref so have left them in birth order Julia placed them.

     

      JULIAVW (gd of John) shows John as s/o Hendrick and lists ch of Hendrick and Catherine's as siblings of John

     

      IVW shows him as s/o Isaac and Amy Bishop -- He does not name any children Isaac or Amy but does name a son, Henry Nathan and a daughter, Catherine Ane.  This supports Julia's information that he is son of Henry and Catherine.  I'm more inclined to follow her information for the simple reason that she knew more about her family than Irving.

     

      Letter of Admin granted to Phebe VW 15/Aug/1863, mother of Celinda VW of Watervliet, NY.  Albany Co., Surrogate's Court, Albany, NY vol 10, pg 392  (IVW)

     

      John's will --  Albany Co., Surrogate's Court, Albany, NY, vol 15, pg 362 proved and recorded 1/Jun/1854 (dated 7/Mar/1851) executor, John P. Steenburgh.  Witnesses John Van Santvoord and Henry Van Auken (IVW)

     

      I have dod for Malinda and Clarissa in my notes somewhere.

     

      note from Gladys Bartholomew....  Is she same Malinda VW interred 4/Jan/1853 along with James, Amelia, Charles Oakley Van Wert (same day) in Oakhill Cemetery, Nyack, NY?    Malinda, d/o John and Phebe alive 18/May/1863 (see record of deed listed below)

     

      Deed -- Albany Co. Clerk, Albany, NY Book 197, pg 128 dated 18/May/1863 and recorded 10/Aug/1865.  Phoebe Van Wert residence Town of Millford, County of Orange, State of New York and Malinda Gibbs wife of John Gibbs, residence Town of Arlington, County of Bennington, State of Vermont, grantors -- John Ronan, Grantee. property, lot 14, S.E. corner of White and Onondoga Sts., Cohoes, Ny. -- property leased by John Van Wert of Cohoes, NY 1/Nov/1851

     

      Descent according to IVW

     

       A.num      Name                  Birth date      Birth place          Died

     

      1     Van Wert, John          26 May 1783   Westchester Coun, New York

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      2     Van Weert, Isaac           1750                                    13 Jul 1840

      3     Bishop, Amy                8 Oct 1762    Mt Pleasant, Wch Co, NY   17 May 1848

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      4     Van Weert, Abraham

      5     Mey, Antje

      6     Bishop, Thomas

      7     _____, Jane

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      8     Van Weert, Gerrit Joachimse ABT  1672   probably Midwout, NY

      9     Conkling, Catalyntje

      10    May, Martinus

      11    _____, Maritie

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      16    Wouterszen, Jochem                       Gouda. United Ne                         AFT    1708

      17    Jans, Styntie                                                     AFT    1708

      18    Conkling, John

      19    _____, Helena

      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      32    _____, Wouter                            Gouga, United Netherlan

      33    unknown, _____

      34    De Voe, Jan.

      He married Phebe Allen, married C. 1818.

 

33. Phebe Allen, b. 1 Aug 1794 in Westchester County, New York, d. 3 Jul 1875 in Amity Cemetery, near, Iriquois, Ill.

      REF -- JULIAVW, IVW, from Janet Voelker via H. C. VanWart's papers, JKARG JULIAVW shows Phebe's surname as 'ALLEN'--IVW lists her as PHEBE _____

      I have pic of headstone  buried near son, Horatio Clark VW . Parents may be named Stephen and Hannah (Anna).  Where does 'Purdy' come from? headstone says 'native of Westcherter Co., Ny' and Phebe, wife of John VW

      l. Milford, Orange, NY 18/May/1863

     

      Tombstone reads:

     

            Phebe  wife of John Van Wart

                 died July 3, 1875

              age 79 yrs 11 mos 3 days

         "A native of West Chester Co., N.Y."

     

      visited on July 5, 1994

     

      From Records of Herman Clyde Van Wart, Minimum, Missouri.  Handed down to

      Henrietta Hill Van Wart, then to Lillian Arthur Leithead who passed them to me

      for submittal to LDS.

     

      Also from letter of Loda Leona Van Wert via a letter written before her death.

     

      See RIN # 470 for further details and information on Sources.

     

      I have found no documentation, but because info is from two completely

      different sources, I feel that it can be considered somewhat reliable.

     

      NOTE****One of the daughters' name was actually Clarinda.  Not sure if one of

      the twins or Clarrisa.  She married Daniel Barniun.  They had one child named

      Gracie.  She died young, but am not sure how or when.

 

34. John Traves, b. Abt 1816 in <Newburgh, Orange, New York>, d. 1860.

      b prior to 1816 because Mary was b. 1832.

      He married Julia Mosher.

 

35. Julia Mosher, b. Abt 1820 in <Newburgh, Orange, New York>, d. 1860.

      b prior to 1820 because Mary was b. 1832.

 

36. John Schrantz, b. 5/JAN/1798, d. 8/FEB/1888, buried: in Lower Saucon Churchyard.

      From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251

      d. age 90y, 1m, 3d.

      He married Elizabeth Illick.

 

37. Elizabeth Illick, b. 4/DEC/1801, d. 31/OCT/1880, buried: in Lower Saucon Churchyard.

      From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251

      d. age 78y, 10m, 27d.

 

38. John Reuter.

      from Susan Reiter Macy Imm. c. 1850 from Prussia - poss. Koblenz on the Rhine.

      He married Anna Catherine _____.

 

39. Anna Catherine _____.

      from Susan Reiter Macy Immigrated c. 1850 from Prussian-poss. Koblenz on the Rhine.

 

44. Heinrich Carl Weissgerber, b. 14 Aug 1809 in Weberstedt, Germany.  He married Johanna Serfling Johanne Rosine.

 

45. Johanna Serfling Johanne Rosine, d. in Germany.

 

50. Henry Baker, b. ABT 1800 in Kentucky, d. in alive 1860, dead 1880.

      1860 Coles Co. Ill. census----S. Okaw twp. Moved to Ill from Ky between 1844-1851 states age as 60 yrs.

      He married Sarah (Martin???).

 

51. Sarah (Martin???), b. ABT 1805 in Georgia.

      1860 Coles Co. Ill. census--S. Okaw Twp.  states age as 55 yrs.-born in Ky.,  but all other records show Georgia.

      1880 Fed Census for Sangamon Co., Ill--Mechanicsburg Twp  ED 212 Pg 619 states age as 75 yrs.  States place of birth as Georgia---Father b. Virginia-- Mother b. Georgia

      Sarah's surname from  Cherie LOGAN 658 North 1250 West Clearfield, Utah 84015

     

      1880 United States Census        Mechanicsburg, Sangamon, Illinois

     

      Name         Relation            Marital Status   Gender Race    Age      Birthplace         Occupation       Father's Birthplace      Mother's Birthplace     

      Sarah BAKER       Self      W        Female             W        75        GA       Keeping House             VA       GA      

      Perry BAKER        Son      S          Male    W        28        IN        Laborer            GA       KY     

      Jane STEFEN        Other   M         Female             W        19        IL         Housekeeper    IN        IN       

      Lewis A. STEFEN             Other   S          Male    W        1          IL         At Home          OH      IL         .

 

56. Jonathon Nottingham, b. 25 Sep 1808 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 7 Jul 1889, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois

      Author: John Carroll Power

      Call Number: R929.1P88

     

      This book contains the history of the early settlers of Sangamon County Illinois.

     

      Bibliographic Information: Power, John Carroll. History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois. Edwin A Wilson & Co. Illinois. 1876.

     

     

     

      NOTTINGHAM, JONATHAN, was born Sept. 25, 1808, in Cape May county, New Jersey. Clark Nottingham emigrated from England, and settled in Delaware, about 1760. He moved to New Jersey soon after the Revolution, and raised a family. His son Jonathan was Colonel of a New Jersey regiment in the war of 1812. He was there married, and was the father of the subject of this sketch. Jonathan Nottingham number two was married, Jan. 30, 1831, to Hannah Smith, who was born July 10, 1807, in the same county. They had four children in New Jersey, and moved to Sangamon county, Illinois, arriving in Oct., 1837, and stopped south of Richland creek, where they lived two years, and in the spring of 1840 moved to a farm he had purchased, two and one-half miles northwest of Pleasant Plains. Seven children were born in Sangamon county. Of their children--

     

      REUBEN L., born Dec. 14, 1832, in New Jersey, married Lutheria Hubbard. He enlisted, Aug. 8, 1863, for three

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      years, in Co. --, 101st Ill. Inf., and died of disease, at Cairo, Ill., Dec., 1863.

     

      JOHN, born in New Jersey, married Mary A. Corson, have three children, and live in Menard county.

     

      ABIJAH S., born in New Jersey, married Mary Eaton, and lives near Pleasant Plains.

     

      FRANCIS A., born June 22, 1837, in New Jersey, raised in Sangamon county, went to Pike's Peak, in 1858, and now lives in Mendocino county, California.

     

      RACHEL, born in Sangamon county, married Reuben Corson, have four children, and live in Menard county, Illinois.

     

      ALMARIN, born March 31, 1840, in Sangamon county. Served three years in the 1st Oregon Cavalry, and was honorably discharged. He is a stock dealer at Oskaloosa, Kansas.  CLARKE, born Feb. 26, 1842, in Sangamon county, married in Dayton, Ohio, in May, 1873, to Annie Christian, and lives two and one-half miles northwest of Pleasant Plains, Illinois.  JANE, born Oct. 29, 1843, in Sangamon county, married Henry K. Hoff, has three children, and lives in Golden City, Colorado.

     

      JAMES S., born Jan. 17, 1845. Served three months in Co. 1, 71st Ill. Inf., and is now--1873--an attorney at Silver City, New Mexico.

     

      ELIZABETH, born Jan. 22, 1847, married Alexander Higgins. See his name.

     

      CHARLES W., born June 29, 1848, in Sangamon county, married March 26, 1873, to Georgia Pellet, and lives near Pleasant Plains, Illinois.

     

      Mrs. Hannah Nottingham died July 9, 1850, and Jonathan Nottingham was married, Aug., 1852, in Cape May county, N. J., to Mrs. Mary A. Townsend, whose maiden name was Sutton. Jonathan Nottingham resides on the farm where he settled in 1840, two miles northwest of Pleasant Plains, Sangamon county, Illinois.   .

      He married (1) Hannah Smith, married 30 Jan 1831 in Cape May County, New Jersey, b. 10 Jul 1807, d. 9 Jul 1850, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      He married (2) Mary A. Sutton, married 29 Aug 1852 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

57. Hannah Smith, b. 10 Jul 1807 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 9 Jul 1850, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

 

58. Richard S. Corson, b. 9 Jan 1815, d. 7 Dec 1901, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

      From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

      have photos of headstone, also obit

     

     

      went to Illinois in spring 1845 and worked on a farm north of Pleasant Plains to see how he liked the country.

      The following spring (1846), he returned with his wife and 5 children.

     

      my direct line.

      He married Mary Corson, married 15 Oct 1836.

 

59. Mary Corson, b. 25 May 1821, d. 23 Aug 1909.

      From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

      have photos of headstone, also obit

      married at the home of her parents by Rev. Mathias Jerman

      my direct line.

 

60. Aaron Henderson, b. 6/AUG/1799 in Ohio Co., Virginia (now West Virginia), d. 20 Nov 1844 in Morgan City, Morgan County, Illinois, buried: in Arcadia Cemetery, Illinois.

      After he attained adult age, he and his brother ran a flatboat on the Ohio River to New Orleans.  In the summer of 1830 Aaron arrived in Morgan County, Illinois.

     

     

      Also from database of;  Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com

     

      Bible Record shows date of birth as:   6/Aug/1799

     

      dob on headstone:   20 Aug 1796.

      He married Sarah (Bowles) Boyles, married 27/JUN/1829.

 

61. Sarah (Bowles) Boyles, b. 19 Nov 1804 in West Virginia, Virginia, d. 22 Feb 1895 in age 93, buried: in Arcadia Cemetery, Illinois.

      Found in all records as BOWLES after her marriage

      Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com.

 

62. James McFillin, b. in Ireland.

      Came to America in 1833 with 1st wife and 2 sons, Michael and Bernard.  He settled in Pennsylvania until his wife died, then moved to Illinois.   Married Mary Ann Hainesd after death of 1st wife.  They had 2 children, Mary Ann and a son who die

      d in infancy.  Married 3rd, Mrs. Mary (Patten) Henderson.  They had four children.  He was a distiller and manufactured whiskey in Jacksonville, Illinois.  Died at age 81.

      He married (1) Mary Ann Haines, married 1833 in prior to date.

      He married (2) _____ unknown.

      He married (3) Mary (Patten) Henderson.

 

63. Mary Ann Haines.

 

4th Great Grand Parents

 

64. Henderick Van Wart, b. ABT 1746 in Westchester County, New York, d. 25 Sep 1833 in New York City, New York County, New York, buried: in Old Dutch Church, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York.

      Ref--- JULIAVW, IVW, DSEE, Manei, HHVW, MK, IVW, GB, CEH (AF), KDCAN (AF) Believe Henry's DOD is incorrect.  Henry that dies 1833 leaves a widow, Rachel Double check Julia's papers for list of children AF shows ch of Hendrick and Catherine as : Ma

      ry (1785), Abraham (1788), John (1790), Eleanor (c. 1792) m. Jacob Acker, and William (c. 1794) Odd that 2nd wife is so much younger and he waited so long to have these ch Hendrick and Antje wit at bap 18/Oct-1766 Annetie d/o John and Lea (VW) VW.

      He married (1) Antie Van Weert.

      He married (2) Catherine De Voe, married 1787?, b. C. 1767.

 

65. Catherine De Voe, b. C. 1767.

      Ref--- JULIAVW, IVW, DSEE, Manei, HHVW, MK, IVW, GB, CEH (AF), KDCAN (AF) Ref-- DEVOEGEN--Shows par as Jacob and Eliz (Wms) and dob as 1767 DSEE shows Catherine as d/o Abraham and Lea (Storm) IVW shows Catherine as d/o Abraham and Maritie (Davids) Dates are unrevealing--need dates of death and birth

     

      Her parentage is questionable as several sources show different parents.  I am inclined to believe that she is daughter of Abraham Devoe and Maritie Davids as the dates fit better for this set of parents and she names children Abraham and Mary.  She also names children John and Lena, matching the names of her siblings if she is the daughter of Abraham and Maritie.

     

      Among the several differing sources I have found her as daughter of Jacob DeVoe (brother of Abraham) and 1st wife, Catherine Storm, as daughter of same Jacob and 2nd wife Elizabeth Williams, and as daughter of Abraham (above) and 1st wife Lea Storm.  While unsure of her parentage, her paternal grandparents are pretty certain as John De Voe and Ester See are parents of both Jacob and Abraham.

     

      De Voe genealogy shows dod as bef 1805 no source given.

 

72. John George Schrantz, b. 1/JAN/1769, d. 18/APR/1845, buried: in Williams Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

      From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251

     

      bur:  Old Williams Cemetery   d. age 76y, 3m, 17d.

      He married Susannah (Sehaul) Schaul.

 

73. Susannah (Sehaul) Schaul, b. 23/NOV/1771, d. 10/JAN/1865, buried: in Williams Twp., Northampton Co., PA.

      From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251

      bur:  Old Williams Cemetery,  93y, 1m, 17d.

 

74. John (Johannes) Illick, b. 22/JAN/1774, d. 30/JUL/1844.

      From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251

      They both lie buried in the Illick Family plot in the Old Williams Township graveyard, and according to the inscription on John's tomb they were the parents of seven children, three sons and four daughters.  When he excuted his will in 1833, he refers to but five children, one son and four daughters; all of whom were living at the time.

     

     

     

      LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOHN ILLICK, DATED MAY 31, 1833

     

            In the name of God - Amen.    I, John Ilick of Williams Township in the county of Northampton and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Farmer, being in good health of body & sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding, (praised be to God for the same) and being desirous to settle my worldly affairs whilst I have strength and capacity so to do, do make & publish this my last will and testament in the manner following to wit:

            First and principally I commit my soul into the hands of my creator who gave it, and my body to the earth to be decently interred according to the usage and custom of the church of which I am a member.

            Item - It is my will & I do so order that all my just debts & funeral expenses be duly paid and satisfied as soon as convenient can be after my decease.

            Item - I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sarah (absolutely) all the household goods and chattels that she brought with her and I also give and bequeath unto my said wife Sarah the interest or income of the one-third part of my Real Estate during her natural life or so long as she remains my widow.

            Item - I order and direct my executors hereinafter named or the survivor of them as soon as can be after my decease, by public vendue or outcry to sell all my personal estate except what I have herein before bequeathed to my beloved wife.  I also order and direct my said executors or the survivor of them as soon as can be after my decease by public vendue or outcry to sell and dispose of all my Real Estate (either in whole or in lots as they may consider most conducive to my estate) consisting of a certain messuage or piece of land situated in Williams township aforesaid adjoining lands of Isaac Shimer, Esq., Frederick Hartman, George Miller and Godfrey Koehler, containing 76 acres and allowance with the appurtenances and for that purpose I hereby authorize and empower my said Executors or the survivor of them to sign, seal, execute, acknowledge, and deliver all such deed or deeds & conveyances as may be necessary for the granting, conveying and assuring the same to the purchaser or purchasers thereof in fee simple and direct my said executors to place the proceeds of the one-third part of my said Real Estate on interest on good landed security for the use of my wife during her natural life or widowhood as aforesaid.

            All the rest and residue of my estate not hereinbefore otherwise disposed of together with the proceeds of the sale of my real estate aforesaid including the amount I have or shall hereafter advance to my children and the amount placed on interest for the use of my beloved wife during her natural life or widowhood, I give and devise in five equal shares unto my five children namely - Elizabeth intermarried with John Schrantz, Anna Margaretta intermarried with Michael Fackenthakk, Jur., Catherine intermarried with William Stahr, Sarah intermarried with William McKeen Long, and my son Simon Illick and to their heirs and assigns forever to be equally divided between them share and share alike.

            And lastly I nominate, constitute and appoint my beloved son Simon Illick and my affectionate son in law, Michael Fackenthall, Jur. To be the executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other wills, legacies and bequests by me heretofore made and declaring this and no other to be my last will and testament.

            IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and seal the thirty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three.

                                                                        John Illick (SEAL)

      Signed Sealed and delivered by the said testator as & for his last will and testament in the presence of us, who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses.

                                                                        Wm. L. Sebring

                                                                        M. Odenweller

                                                                        Jeffn. K. Heckman

     

      d. age 70y, 6m, 8d.

      He married Catherine (Beier) Boyer.

 

75. Catherine (Beier) Boyer, b. 5/JAN/1777, d. 30/MAR/1823.

      d. age 46y, 2m, 25d.

 

112. Jonathan N. Nottingham, b. 1776 in Gravelly Run, Cape May County, NJ, d. 29 Apr 1834, buried: in Baptist Cemetery, Cape May Ct. Hse, NJ.  He married Zabia Zabisah Sophia Eldredge, married 17 Dec 1797 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

113. Zabia Zabisah Sophia Eldredge, b. 12 Jan 1779 in Gravelly Run, Cape May County, NJ, d. 5 Feb 1869 in Tuckahoe, NJ, age 90 yrs, buried: in Baptist Cemetery, Cape May Ct. Hse, NJ.

        From Roy Nottingham  in Family group sheets sent by him. also from Bible of Hannah and Silas Eldredge.  Cape May Bible Records and Wm. Schellinger. vol 8.    I got this doc. courtesy of Margarette Ogle. dob from tombstone in Baptist Cem. at Cap

        e May court House Tombstone reads:    Zabisah Nottingham                     born  Jan 12, 1779                     d. 1869.

 

114. Abijah Smith, b. 9 Jan 1764 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 18 Jul 1834/38 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        was at one time Justice of the Peace in Cape May County, New Jersey. for doc. see RIN 1477--Anthony Ludlam.

        He married Rhoda Ludlam.

 

115. Rhoda Ludlam, b. 1766, d. 11 Jun 1848, buried: in Bethel Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, Sangamon County, Illinois.

        doc. see RIN 1477--Anthony Ludlam also from "The Tomlin Family" by Rachel Tomlin Rankin.  The Torch Press, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; 1932.

 

116. Elias Corson, b. 23 Jan 1767 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 5 Oct 1832, buried: in M. E. Churchyard, Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

        See RIN #1 for further info on source.

        He married (1) Sarah Evans, married 1789.

        He married (2) Abigail Steelman, married 11/OCT/1810 in Gloucester Co., New Jersey, b. C. 1780, d. 26 Dec 1872.

 

117. Abigail Steelman, b. C. 1780, d. 26 Dec 1872.

        from--"300 Years..." See RIN #1 for further info on source.  LD Avery.

 

118. John Mackey Corson, b. 29 Dec 1795 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 21 Apr 1874 in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois, buried: in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Elizabeth (Eliza) Ingersoll, married 12 Feb 1819.

 

119. Elizabeth (Eliza) Ingersoll, b. 16 Dec 1799 in Tuckahoe, New Jersey, d. 31 Mar 1869 in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

120. William Henderson, b. 15/AUG/1765 in New Jersey, d. ABT 1833 in Ohio County, Virginia-now West Virginia.

        1.  William Henderson b. 15/Aug/1765, New Jersey, m. 1789,  dom from Wm & Mary Henderson Bible Rec, Mary Hazen, b. 13/Oct/1767, New Jersey, (daughter of Thomas HAZEN and Mary GILES) d. ABT 1843, Ohio County, Virginia-now West Virginia.  William died ABT 1833, Ohio County, Virginia-now West Virginia.

       

        From "Bonar Genealogy" by Dorothy Brown

           

        "Hendersons especially will be interested in this account. An old "Bible Commentary" recording marriage, birth, and death records of William Henderson (1765-1832) m 1789 and his wife, Mary Hazen (1767-1843) and their 12 children has been recently retrieved.  (It is from this source that the dates for David Hazen Henderson were secured.)  This Commentary was found by young children playing at an abandoned house, Short Creek area, many years ago.  The young girl, now a mature woman, who got the book took excellent care of it through the years.  She is happy to know that the book is restored, March of 1968, to a lineal descendant of William and Mary, Mrs. Anna Bentley (Henderson) Gardiner, 35 Sutton Place, New York, N Y  10022."

       

            Births

            William Henderson was born August 15th 1765

            Mary Hazen was born Oct the 13th 1767

            David Henderson was born March 9th 1790

            Ann Henderson was born March 21st 1791

            Elizabeth Henderson was born Sept s5th 1792

            James Henderson was born (illegible) 4th 1793

            Thomas Henderson was born Sept 4th 1795

            William Henderson was born Aug 17th 1797

            Aaron Henderson was born Aug 6th 1799

            Robert G. Taylor          10th January 1799

            William H. Taylor         24th September 1830

            Mary M. Taylor            31st September 1831

           

           

            Marriage:

           

            William Henderson was married in the year of our Lord 1789

            William Henderson was married Oct 30 1818

            Mary Henderson Married May 2nd 1822

            Nathaniel Henderson married Aug 20th 1824

            David Henderson married June 20th 1827

            Aaron Henderson married June 21st 1829

            Thomas Henderson married Oct 1st 1829

            Lovniah Henderson married Dec 1st 1829

            John Henderson married Aug 3 1842

            Sarah Henderson married March 12 1844

           

           

            David Henderson Dec d March 13th 1850.

        He married Mary Hazen, married 1789.

 

121. Mary Hazen, b. 13/OCT/1767 in New Jersey, d. ABT 1843 in Ohio County, Virginia-now West Virginia.

        from FGS prepared by: C. D. Huddlestone  1411-B Theodore  Champaign, Ill 61821

        dob from Wm & Mary Henderson Bible Record.

 

122. Thomas C. Boyles, b. JUL/1774 in Maryland, d. 19 Oct 1866 in Sprigg Township, Adams County, Ohio, buried: in Presbyterian Church Cemetery, OH.

        Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com

        He quoted his sources for Sarah Boyles m. Aaron Henderson as:

        1.Commemorative Biographical Record, Indianapolis & Vicinity by Beers 1908

        2.Ann Johnson research (Ann is deceased).  Ann lived at Russellville, OH.  Her research papers are at the Adams County, OH Historical Society, West Union, OH.

       

        Frank is a direct descendant of Katy Emaline Boyles b. 13 AUG 1818, sister of Sarah (my direct ancestor).

        He married Anne Bonar, married in Pennsylvania.

 

123. Anne Bonar, b. 1780 in Pennsylvania, d. 27 Mar 1858 in Sprigg Township, Adams County, Ohio, buried: in Presbyterian Church Cemetery, OH.

        The information that McELLIOTT (or McELWRATH/McELWREATH) was the maiden surname of Sarah, wife of Wil1iam BONAR, I"ve taken from BONAR GENEALOGY (1969) by BROWN.

        On 17 May 1836, Sarah BONAR of Donegal Township, Washington County, widow of William BONAR (dec'd), signed her Last Will and Testament. It is recorded on page 457 of Will Book  "5."' A abstract follows :

        Dated: 17 May 1836           Proved:

        Executor: Barnet BONAR, son

        Witnesses: John KIRK and Joseph BONAR

        (John KIRK was deceased when the Will was entered for Probate, son, Isaac KIRK, appeared in Court that day, 7 November 1838).

       

       

        BENEFICIARIES:

        Son: Barnet BONAR

        Daughters: Ann BOYLES (Bible); Catherine CRAIG

        Son-in-law: Thomas BOYLES

        Granddaughters: Sarah HENDERSON, daughter of Thomas BOYLES; Margaret WILEY; Sarah KELLY

        Grandsons: Joseph BONAR, William BYERS, John BYERS, Thomas BYERS Daughter-in-law: Jane BONAR

        Others: William VINCENTS; James McGIBENY, Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio; Archabald GREENLEE, Robert GREENLEE

       

        All of the above from:

        http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/1459/bonar.html

        Mauri Davenport Gandy    mauridgandy@yahoo.com.

 

5th Great Grand Parents

 

128. Abraham Van Wert, b. 11 Jun 1715, d. 1784 in Westchester County, New York.

        Ref----IVW, HHVW, GB, DSEE

        From database of:            Lainey Melnick              lmelnick@austin.rr.com

       

        Abraham was baptized in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church on 11 Jun 1715.  Abraham, son of Jacob & beelitje Van Weert, witnesses Abram & Rachgel Marteling.

       

        Abraham married Weyntje Cranckheyt (492) , daughter of Hendrick Cranckheyt (149) (1682-) & Antje Bankert. Born in 1714 in Philipsburgh, Westchester Co. NY. Weyntje was baptized in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church on 25 May 1714.  Weyntje, daughter of Hendrik Crankheyt & wife Antje, witnesses Cornelis Van Texel & wife Weyntje [Hendrik's sister].

       

        Children of Abraham Van Weerdt & Weyntie Crancheyt include, baptized at Sleepy Hollow:

            i. Belytie, bp. 17 Jun 1735 (wit: Jacop & Belytie Van Weerdt)

            ii. Abraham, bp. 23 Apr 1737 (wit: Thunnius & Aantie Crancheyt);

            iii. Annatie, bp. 29 Apr 1738 (wit: Jacob Van Weert Jr & Maritie Storm);

            iv. Raghel, bp. 10 Apr 1739 (wit: Jahannis & Catharina Van Texel);

            v. Jacob, bp. 9 Nov 1740 (wit: Jochem & Crestena Van Weert);

            vi. Lea, bp. 12 Jun 1742 (wit:Willem & Lea Dobs).

        He married Wyntie Crankeyt, married 1734.

 

129. Wyntie Crankeyt.

        Ref----IVW, HHVW, GB, DSEE

        From database of:            Lainey Melnick              lmelnick@austin.rr.com.

 

130. Abraham De Voe, b. 1724, d. 4/JUN/1805.

        Ref--- MK (#37 Conkling), IVW, DSEE.

        He married (1) Lea Storm, married 20/OCT/1753.

        He married (2) Maritie Davids, married 18/AUG/1765.

 

131. Maritie Davids.

 

148. John Christopher Illick, b. 2/FEB/1746, d. 27/NOV/1818.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

        He married Elizabeth Huber.

 

149. Elizabeth Huber, b. 15/SEP/1746, d. 25/APR/1816.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

 

224. Clarke Nottingham, b. in Delaware.

        from   Carrol Farlow    Selbyville, Del from FGS of Margarette Gibbs Ogle.

        He married (1) Peggy Ingram, married 1773 in Sussex County, Delaware.

        He married (2) Jeanette Stephenson, married 5 Jan 1768 in Sussex County, Delaware, d. 12 Nov 1771.

 

225. Peggy Ingram.

        from   Carroll Farlow      Selbyville, Del from FGS of Margarette Gibbs Ogle.

 

226. Silas Eldredge.

        from Bible Records of Silas Eldredge owned by Clarence Eldredge.  Cape May Bible Records and Wm. Schellinger. vol 8-courtesy of Margarette Olle  317 Tamassee Dr. Clemson, SC, 29631 Bible records list Silas and Hannah's children, and grandchildren.

        He married Hannah Hildreth.

 

227. Hannah Hildreth, b. 20/JUL/1765 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 15/OCT/1826 in Middle Twp., Cape May County, New Jersey.

        for doc. see notes RIN 1592--Silas Eldredge.

 

228. John Smith, b. 1720 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. MAY 1771 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        Line 36663 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   MARR PLAC Prob. Cape May County, New Jersey.

        He married Mary Jenkins, married 2 Oct 1753 in Prob. Cape May C, New Jersey.

 

229. Mary Jenkins, b. in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

230. Anthony Ludlam, b. 20 Jan 1729, d. 30 Sep 1777 in age 48-8m-10d.

        date of birth is estimated from age at death doc. see IN 1477--Anthony Ludlam.

        He married Elizabeth Cresse, married 15 Sep 1756 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

231. Elizabeth Cresse.

        doc see RIN 1477--Anthony Ludlam father's name from Ludlam Family Hist by Anthony J. Ludlam.

 

232. Peter Corson, d. 1797.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Martha Edwards, married 10 Feb 1757.

 

233. Martha Edwards, b. 1732 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey.

        from--"300 Years...". See RIN #1 for further info on book source.

 

234. Andrew Steelman, b. 12 Mar 1757.  He married Hannah _____, married bef 1801.

 

235. Hannah _____.

        may be widow of John Ingersoll (John3, Daniel2, John1).

        She married (1) Andrew Steelman, married bef 1801, b. 12 Mar 1757.

        She married (2) John Ingersoll, b. 29/JAN/1743.

 

236. Joseph Corson, b. 6 Sep 1765 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 7 Apr 1841, buried: in Palermo Baptist Cemetery.

         from--"300 Years With the Corson Families in America" Book is located in Columbus, Ohio in the "State Library of Ohio" Archives on Front Street.

        He married Phoebe Mackey, married 22 Sep 1791.

 

237. Phoebe Mackey, b. 11 Aug 1758, d. 7 Sep 1839, buried: in Palermo, New Jersey, 2nd Bapt. Church.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        She married (1) Joseph Corson, married 22 Sep 1791, b. 6 Sep 1765, d. 7 Apr 1841, buried: in Palermo Baptist Cemetery.

        She married (2) Joseph Badcock, married 1 Feb 1780, d. 1784.

 

238. John Ingersoll, b. 1763, d. 1838.

        from--"300 Years... " see RIN #1 for further info on source.

        He married Mary Champion, married 12 Feb 1819.

 

239. Mary Champion, b. 1764, d. 1837.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

        Have been unsuccessful in finding any clue to her parentage.

 

242. Thomas Hazen, b. 12 Feb 1732 in Lyme, New London, Connecticut.  He married Mary Giles.

 

243. Mary Giles, b. 21 May 1740 in Lyme, New London, Connecticut, d. MAR 1818.

 

244. Thomas C. Boyles, b. 1734 in Ireland, d. in Virginia.

        Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com              Desc. of Katy Emaline Boyles b 13 AUG 1818

        His sources:

        1.Commemorative Biographical Record, Indianapolis & Vicinity by Beers 1908

        2.Ann Johnson research (Ann is deceased).  Ann lived at Russellville, OH.  Her research papers are at the Adams County, OH Historical Society, West Union, OH.

       

        Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com.

        He married Mary _____.

 

245. Mary _____, b. in Wales, d. in Virginia.

        Frank Guthrie  ggcat@insightbb.com              Desc. of Katy Emaline Boyles b 13 AUG 1818

        His sources:

        1.Commemorative Biographical Record, Indianapolis & Vicinity by Beers 1908

        2.Ann Johnson research (Ann is deceased).  Ann lived at Russellville, OH.  Her research papers are at the Adams County, OH Historical Society, West Union, OH.

 

246. William Bonar, b. 9 Jul 1740 in Ireland, d. 9 Mar 1814 in Washington, Pennsylvania, buried: in West Alexander, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

        William BONAR of Washington County, Pennsylvania, signed his Last Will and Testament on 4 March 1814, and died five days later. It was Recorded there on page 476 of Book "2." A typescript copy follows:

        "The fourth day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fourteen, I, William BONAR, of Finley Township, Washington County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God, calling to mind the mortality of the body and that

        it is appointed for all men to die once, do make this my Last Will and Testament.

        "First, I do recommend my soul to God and my body to the earth to be

        buried in a Christ like manner at the discretion of my executor, not doubting

        but at the resurrection and general judgment, I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and touching such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with, I ordain and dispose of it in the following manner. I order

        my funeral charges and my just debts to be discharged and paid out of my estate. Secondly, I do bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Sarah, all my estate during natural life for her maintenance, and a young mare to be at her disposal; she likewise to have the house and place for her use where I now live. Thirdly,

        I do bequeath to my son, Barnet, at the decease of my said wife four dollars as his share. Fourthly, I do bequeath to my daughters Anne, Margaret, Mary and Sarah, twenty dollars each Qut of my estate; at my wife's death the remainder to be divided equally among the whole of my daughters (towit): Isobel, Anne, Margaret, Sarah, Catherine, and Martha. Fifthly, my clothes I do bequeath unto my two grandsons, William BOALS (BOWLES, BOLES, BOYLES, in other records) and William GREENLEE, to be divided 'equally between them at my death.

        "I do constitute and appoint Thomas BYERS and Robert STEPHENSON to be my sole executors of this my Last Will and Testament, publishing and declaring it to be my Last Will and Testament the day and year above written. (Signed) William BONAR (Seal) ."

       

       

        All of the above from:

        http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/1459/bonar.html

        Mauri Davenport Gandy    mauridgandy@yahoo.com.

        He married Sarah McElliot.

 

247. Sarah McElliot, b. 1750 in County Derry, Ireland, d. 12 Oct 1838, buried: in West Alexander, Washington County, Pennsylvania.

        The information that McELLIOTT (or McELWRATH/McELWREATH) was the maiden surname of Sarah, wife of Wil1iam BONAR, I"ve taken from BONAR GENEALOGY (1969) by BROWN.

        On 17 May 1836, Sarah BONAR of Donegal Township, Washington County, widow of William BONAR (dec'd), signed her Last Will and Testament. It is recorded on page 457 of Will Book  "5."' A abstract follows :

        Dated: 17 May 1836           Proved:

        Executor: Barnet BONAR, son

        Witnesses: John KIRK and Joseph BONAR

        (John KIRK was deceased when the Will was entered for Probate, son, Isaac KIRK, appeared in Court that day, 7 November 1838).

       

       

        BENEFICIARIES:

        Son: Barnet BONAR

        Daughters: Ann BOYLES (Bible); Catherine CRAIG

        Son-in-law: Thomas BOYLES

        Granddaughters: Sarah HENDERSON, daughter of Thomas BOYLES; Margaret WILEY; Sarah KELLY

        Grandsons: Joseph BONAR, William BYERS, John BYERS, Thomas BYERS Daughter-in-law: Jane BONAR

        Others: William VINCENTS; James McGIBENY, Mt. Vernon, Knox Co., Ohio; Archabald GREENLEE, Robert GREENLEE

       

        All of the above from:

        http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pointe/1459/bonar.html

        Mauri Davenport Gandy    mauridgandy@yahoo.com.

 

6th Great Grand Parents

 

256. Jacob Van Wert, b. ABT 1684 in Long Island, New York.

        Ref----IVW, HHVW, GB, DSEE HHVW shows a son, Jan bp 28/Mar/1686 m Rachel _______ and daughter, Wyntie b. 1698 m. Evert Aertsen

       

        Jacob and Beelitje were witnesses at the 1704 baptism of Heydeman, son of Leverans Canckle (Deliverance Conklin) & his wife Engeltje.

        Also the 1713 baptism of their nephew Joachim, son of Jacob & Sara Gardenier.

        Also the 1714 baptism of their nephew Jacob, son of Gerridt & Catharina Van Weert.

        He married Belitje Hoppe(r).

 

257. Belitje Hoppe(r).

        Ref----IVW, HHVW, GB, DSEE

       

        Belitie was baptized in New York Reformed Church on 14 Dec 1684.9 Belitje, daughter of Willem Hoppen & Meynou Paulus, witnesses Hendrick Corneliszen & Rebecca Idens.

 

258. Hendrick Cranckheyt.  He married Antje Bankert.

 

259. Antje Bankert, b. 28/Mar/1686.

 

260. John De Voe.  He married Esther Sie (See), married 9/NOV/1723.

 

261. Esther Sie (See).

 

262. Hendrick Davids.  He married Annatie Van Tassel.

 

263. Annatie Van Tassel, b. 1707.

         Annetje was baptized in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church on 25 Mar 1707.  Annetje, daughter of Jan & Catharina Van Texel, witnesses Pieter Sie & Pietronelle [Storm] Sie.

       

        Annatie Van Theseel, widow of Hendreck Davidtse, was a witness at the 1744 baptism of her neice Annatie, daughter of Johannis and Annatie Van Thessel.

       

        Children of Hendrick Davids and Annatje Van Texel

            i. Catharine, bp. 17 Oct 1732 (wit: Willem Davids & Nelletie Storm);

            ii. Helena, bp. 23 Apr 1734 (wit: Charel & Aentie Davids);

            iii. Zarel, bp. 20 Nov 1736 (wit: Harmen Davids & Carharina Van Thesel);

            iv. Annatie, bp. 10 Apr 1739 (wit: Jan & Catharina Van Texel [grandparents]); and

            v. Maritie, bp. 6 Jun 1741 (wit: Joannis & Helena Van Texel).

       

        On 15 Nov 1730 Annetje married Hendrick Davids (1009) , son of Carel Davids (ca 1672-) & Antje Lent (668) (ca 1689-), in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.  "Hendreck Davidse, j.m. and Annatie Van Texel, j.d. both b. and l. in Phillips Burgh". Born ca 1708 in Philipsburgh, Westchester Co. NY. Hendrick was baptized in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church on 10 Aug 1708.  Hendrick, son of Carel & Antje Davidssen, witnesses Hendrik Lent & Catharina Lent [grandparents]. Hendrick died bef 16 Jun 1744. (Annatie Van Theseel was called a widow at the baptism of Annatie, daughter of Johannis & Annatie Van Thessel).

 

296. Hans Rudolph Illick.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

        He married Magdalena _____.

 

297. Magdalena _____.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

 

298. Francis Huber.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

        He married Maria Elizabeth _____.

 

299. Maria Elizabeth _____.

        From:  B. F. Fackenthal Jr.  -- Illick and Allied Families pp. 240-251.

 

448. Abell Nottingham, b. in Northampton Co., Virginia.

 

452. Ezekial Eldredge, d. 10 May 1774 in will written.

        Ezekial's will names wife Sarah, 9 children, and Cousin Elisha Eldredge, son to

        his brother, Elisha.

       

        "The Family of Clyde Mulford Eldredge" by Luella Eldredge lists this Ezekial

        Eldredge, as well as his wife and children, as son of Ezekial II.

        See RIN 1783-Ezekial Eldredge II- for notes on this connection between the two

        Ezekial's.

       

        Not sure of the order of the children, but leaves 1/2 estate to Jonathan and

        1/2 to Ezekial Jr, so believe them to be oldest.  Believe nathan to be 3rd son

        as he is entitled to more than younger siblings, tho not yet adult-must be

        close to grown.  Believe Ezra to be impaired in some capacity as he receives no

        inheritance, but both Jonathan and Ezekial are required to "maintain and

        support him for the rest of his natural life".  Hosea is given a larger

        inheritance than Silas, tho not as large as other sons, which leads me to

        believe that silas is one of th younger children and probably the youngest son.

        Ther is no clue to age of daughters, and they are listed last.  I presume none

        are married, so ordered them last due to lack of info.

        For these reasons, I have ordered the sons in this manner.

       

        Ezekial

        Jonathan

        Nathan

        Ezra

        Hosea

        Silas.

        He married Sarah Crawford.

 

453. Sarah Crawford, b. 1725.

 

454. Jonathan Hildreth, b. 15/DEC/1740 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 31/OCT/1787 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        Early New Jersey Marriages – Extracts

       

       

        #330;   Jonathan HILDRITH (HILDRETH) of the County of Cape May, yeom'n, and David MILLS of

        Hopewell in the County of Cumberland, yeom'n... [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500

        pounds... 31 July 1764. ... Jonathan HILDRETH... obtained license of marriage for himself and

        for the said HILDRETH of the County of Cape May, yeoman... and for Dorcas MILLS of the County

        of Cumberland... [w] Jesse CORSON, Maskell EWING

       

       

        #437;   David HILDRITH (HILDRETH) and Jonathan ISARD (ISZARD), both of the County of Cape

        May... [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500 pounds... 21 April 1769. ... David

        HILDRETH of the County of Cape May... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Jane

        EDWARDS of the County of Cape May, spinster... [w] Isaac MATTHEWS, Thomas MATTHEWS

       

       

        #528;   George HAND of Cape May, carpenter, and Jonathan HILDRITH (HILDRETH) of the same place,

        yeoman...  [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500 pounds... 7 May 1773. ... George

        HAND... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Silvia MILLS of Cape May, spinster...

        [w] Henry HAND, Elijah HUGHS

       

       

       

       

        #621;   Joseph HILDRETH and Benajah THOMSON (TOMSON) of Morris River in  the County of

        Cumberland... [bound to]... William LIVINGSTON, Governor... 500  pounds... 12 Nov 1777. ...

        contract of marriage between Joseph HILDRETH... and Alice SHAW... [w] Martha BOYD, James EWING

       

       

        #796;   Joseph HILDRETH & Hugh HOLMES, both of the County of Cape May... [bound to]... William

        LIVINGSTON, Governor... 500 pounds... 28 Jan 1789. ... Contract of Marriage between Joseph

        HILDRETH of the County of Cape May.. And Miss Martha STILWILL... [w] Jonathan LEAMING, Jeremiah

        HAND

        .

        He married Dorcas Mills.

 

455. Dorcas Mills, b. 13/SEP/1747 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 9/NOV/1809 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        HFA.

 

456. John Smith, b. 31 Aug 1698 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. NOV 1752 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        eldest son of William From: "History of Petersburg" and FGS in Cape May Mag-Hist and Gen.

        He married Martha Carmen.

 

457. Martha Carmen.

 

458. Nathaniel Jenkins, b. 10 Apr 1710 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. DEC 1789 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        Transcriptions of the marriage records disagree.  I have the data as 15/May/1735 from Carol Reese.

       

        Below, date is show as 1753 and 1755.  Need to follow up.

        Have seen his spouse listed as Elizabeth Seeley and Esther Foster but have found no records to support either as his spouse.

       

        Marriage Index: New Jersey         Jenkins

       

        Jenkins, Nathaniel

        Married:  May 15, 1753     in:  Cape May, NJ     

        Gender:  M     Source:  County Court Records     Film number:  1289231 - 1289232     

        Spouse name:  Stiles, Esther      Spouse gender:  F     

       

        Early New Jersey Marriages Extracts

       

        #107;   Nathaniel JENKINS and Jeremiah LEAMING, Esq'r, both of the County of Cape May,

        Gentlemen... [bound to]... Jonathan BELCHER, Governer... 500 pounds... 15 May 1755. ...

        Nathaniel JENKINS... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Esther STITES of the

        County of Cape May afores'd... [w] John MACKEY, Elizabeth MACKEY

       

        Other Jenkins Mariage from same source:

       

        #160;   Nathaniel JENKINS and Thomas STITES, both of Cape May County, Gentlemen... [bound to]... William FRANKLING,

        Governor... 500 pounds... 15 Aug 1765. ... Nathaniel JENKINS... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Willeramine STITES

        of Cape May County, spinster... [w] Azariah HEWET, Eli STITES [on back of bond: C. May County 1765]

       

        #175;   Jonathan JENKINS and Nathan HAND, both of the County of Cape May, Gent:n... [bound to]... William FRANKLIN,

        Governor... 500 pounds... 13 April 1768. ... Jonathan JENKINS... obtained license of marriage for himself and for Deborah HAND,

        widow of Corn's HAND... [w] Jonathan WHILLDIN, Zeruiah HUGHES

       

        #222;   Isaac JENKENS (JENKINS) and John BROOKS, both of Hopewell in the County of

        Cumberland... [bound to]... William LIVINGSTON, Governor... 500 pounds... 4 April 1780. ...

        Contract of Marriage between the afores'd Isaac JENKENS... and Phebe BROOKS... [w] Jonath'n

        ELMER.

        He married Esther Stites, married 15 May 1735.

 

459. Esther Stites.

 

460. Anthony Ludlam, b. ABT 1698, d. BEF 21 JUL 1737 in will proved, will written, 15 1736/37.  He married Priscilla Young.

 

461. Priscilla Young.  She married (1) Anthony Ludlam, b. ABT 1698, d. BEF 21 JUL 1737 in will proved, will written, 15 1736/37.  She married (2) John Cresse, married 18 May 1739, d. 1745.  She married (3) Charles Dennis, d. MAY 1749.

 

462. James Cresse.

        ancestoral info from 300 YRS...pg. 63.

 

464. Jacob Corson, d. 1737.

        will written  12/Dec/1736 -proved  25/Apr/1737

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Naomi "Amy" _____.

 

465. Naomi "Amy" _____.

        Line 2289 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   PROV 7 from "300 Years..." see RIN #1 for info on book source.

       

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

466. Josiah Edwards, b. in East Hampton, Long Island, Suffolk County, New York, d. in Prob. Cape May C, New Jersey.

          BIRT DATE 17/MAR/1699/1700   DEAT PLAC Prob. Cape May County, New Jersey dob--17/mar/1699/1700--in Cape May 1723 (deed).

        He married Sarah Parsons, married 1724 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

467. Sarah Parsons, b. 14 Nov 1702 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

468. Andrew Steelman, b. 1719, d. 7/FEB/1773.  He married Hannah Ingersoll, married 3/JUN/1747.

 

469. Hannah Ingersoll, b. C. 1728.  She married (1) Andrew Steelman, married 3/JUN/1747, b. 1719, d. 7/FEB/1773.  She married (2) Samuel Scull.

 

472. Joseph Corson, b. 6 Sep 1716 in Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 1793.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson

        will dated 19/Mar/1793  proved 7/Aug/1795  inventory made 6/Aug/1793.

        He married Rachel Corson, married 22 Jan 1759.

 

473. Rachel Corson, b. in Minor in 1737.

         from "300 Years..." see RIN #1 for info on book source.

 

474. John Mackey, b. bef 1726 in Imm. c 1740-1745, Ireland, d. SEP 1784 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, buried: in MackeyPlantation, Cape May Co, New Jer.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Elizabeth Young, married 25 Apr 1746.

 

475. Elizabeth Young, d. bef 1784.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

476. Ebenezer Ingersoll, b. 1732.

        LD Avery lists Joseph, Jacob, Zadey, Esther as possible children but then

        states that they are probably grandchildren but possibly children from a 2nd

        wife.

        He married Sarah _____.

 

477. Sarah _____.

 

484. John Hazen, b. 23 Mar 1687 in Boxford, Essex, Massachusett, baptized 24 Jan 1691, d. 24 Feb 1772 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut, buried: in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.  He married Elizabeth Dart, married 31 May 1726 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut.

 

485. Elizabeth Dart, b. 14 Oct 1689, in New London, New London County, Connecticut, baptized 15 Sep 1695 in First Church, New London, Connecticut, d. 27 Jun 1717 in New London, New London County, Connecticut, buried: in New London, New London County, Connecticut.

 

492. Barnet Bonar, d. in Donegal Twp., Washington, Pennsylvania.

        From the database of:    James C. Moule  jmoule@earthlink.net

       

        Text: Dorothy Elizabeth Rine Brown, "Bonar Genealogy", 1969

       

        ? According to tradition, a person named Barnet Bonar was head of this family (Brown p. 447). This person is called Barnet I in "Bonar Genealogy".

        ? I can not find firm proof that the children shown were actually siblings. However there are family traditions cited in Bonar Genealogy that some are siblings. More importantly, since Bonar Genealogy was published it has been learned that many of these people were living at the same time in Susquehannah Hundred of Harford Co., MD. Since they are of about the same age, the circumstantial evidence is strong that they actually were sibilings and the children of a Barnet Bonar.

 

7th Great Grand Parents

 

512. Jochem Wouterszen, b. C. 1637 in Gouda, United Netherlands (Assumed, but generally accepted), d. Aft May/1716, buried: in Sleepy Hollow Burying Grounds, Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York.

        REFERENCES-- IVW, ELK (7 CH), HHVW (9 CH), GB, DSEE

       

        From database of:            Lainey Melnick              lmelnick@austin.rr.com

        From database of:            Valerie        vnhsnh@yahoo.com

        From database of:            Mark Ellis    mellis@cerner.com

       

        He arrived in New Amsterdam on the ship 'FAITH' in 1660. It is believed

        that he was born c. 1637. He and Styntje have 3 children baptised in the

        DRC between 1679 and 1686. Jochem has 7 other children credited to him.

        However; no documentation has been found to verify their mother was,

        indeed, Styntje (and in some cases, nothing to verify that they were

        children of Jochem other than conjecture or process of elimination by

        previous researchers). Jochem and Styntje appear as memebers of the DRC

        as early as 1676 and are not seen in the records again after 1716.

        Because he arrived alone and not much past the age of majority, it leaves

        the impression that all his children (and marriages) were events that

        occured in NA.

       

        *******************************************************************************

        William Krueger

       

        From The Van Wart Genealogy Part 1 comp. by Irving Van Wart, M.D.

       

        "The present Van Wart family in America had for their known progenitor Jochem

        Woulterse or Woulterszen. He was the son of “Walter” as his name indicates... (and

        Jochem and Jacob being synonymous) ...he might have been Jacob Woulters from

        Amsterdam, Netherlands who came to New Amsterdam (New York City) in the ship

        Faith arriving in March 1660. (Ref.-H.S.-vol 9) (Ref.-Doc.Hist., N.Y.-vol.3-p.52 53)

        "One Authority claims that Jacob Woultersen's father came from Gouda in the United Netherlands and settled in Flushing and Midwout (Long Island, NY) and assumed —

        when surnames became popular, — the name of van Gouda and later van Weert. Gouda is a city in Netherlands; van Weert signifies a low lying marshy country which might topographically describe the country in Holland or Long Island. Hence in the first

        case he was spoken of as from the city of Gouda and later as being from a marshy

        country. However the son of Jochem Woulterse was supposed to have been born in Gouda, Netherlands. (Ref. - N.Y. Gen. Biog. Record - yr. 1928)."

        From the above reference one may assume that the original van Weert family sprang

        from Jochem or Jacob van Weert described above and that through the years the

        descendants have modified (intentionally or unintentionally) the name into different

        spellings ie van Wart; van Wert, van Wourt, van Waurt and others. However do not

        be mislead by this short history that ALL immigrants using this name are blood relatives

        of this Van Weert family. Some have assumed the name spellings either before or after

        migrating from Holland to the US and are, therefore, independent of the Jochem

        Woulterse line. It would be wise for all people researching the derivatives of the van

        Weert name to examine the van Weerts of Sleepy Hollow or Terrytown Westchester

        County, New York. (Submitter's note).

        He married Styntie Jans Snedeker, married Bef 1 Jun 1676 in New Amstradam, New York.

 

513. Styntie Jans Snedeker, b. C. 1644, d. aft May/1716.

        REF -- IVW, HHVW, MK, GB, DSEE

       

        From database of:            Lainey Melnick              lmelnick@austin.rr.com

        From database of:            Valerie        vnhsnh@yahoo.com

        From database of:            Mark Ellis    mellis@cerner.com

       

        Styntje Jans (Snediker) m.1 prob. abt. 1666-68 Steven Ecker

        Issue:

        Wolfert b. abt. 1670? m. 1692 Marritie Sibouts

        Jan b. abt 1670? m. 1693 Magdaleentie Vonck

        Steven Ecker presumed to have died abt. 1674-75.

        Styntje Jans (Snediker) remarries Jochem Wouterszen abt. 1677?, bears him

        three or four children 1679-1686 (he has several children by first marriage).

        Annetje Ruys died about 1674

        Jan Snedeker married Egbertje Hendrickse 2 May 1677

        Jan Snedeker died May 1679

       

        F: Wolfert Ecker, s/o Steven Ecker and Styntie Jans (Snediker), b. abt 1770?

        d. ????

        M: Marritje Sibouts, bp. 28 Oct 1672 (m.1 Evert Aertszen 2 Feb 1673)

        Married 21 Dec 1692 NYRDC

        21 Jun 1693 Wolfert Ecker, Marritje Sibouts; Steven; Jochem Woutersz, Weyntie

        Theunis

        29 Jul 1696 Wolfert Ecke, Marritie Sibouts; Marritje; Tibout Hercxen & his

        wife Marritje Abrahams

        11 May 1692 Gerrit Jochemszen, Catharina Cantly; Helena; Wolfert Ecken,

        Annetie Jochems

        -- Wolfert & Marritje supposedly had two other children, Abraham and Sibout,

        apparently not bp. in the NY church.

        --  Jochem Woutersz was supposed husband of "Styntje" Snedeker, therefore

        stepfather of Wolfert Ecker.  ---  Weyntie Theunis was grandmother of

        Marritje/Maryken Sibouts, and was also related to Snedeker family through her

        daughter Hilletje Herckse who m. Jan Snedeker, nephew of "Styntje" Snedeker.

        -- Tibout (Sybout) Hercxen was Marritje's father, son of Weyntie Theunis

        -- Gerrit Jochemszen was brother to Annetie Jochems, and s/o Jochem Wouterszen

        (per Deby), b. abt 1672, and half-brother to Wolfert Ecker.

        -- Catharina Cantly = Catalyntje Conkling (per Deby)

        -- Annetie Jochems was sister to Gerrit Jochemszen, and d/o Jochem Wouterszen

        b. abt 1674 (per Deby) and half-sister to Wolfert Ecker.

       

        F: Jan Ecker, s/o Steven Ecker, b. abt 1670? d. ????

        M. Magdaleentie Vonck

        Married 12 May 1693, Philipsburg: (NY RDC marriage records: Jan Ecker, j.m.

        van Midwout, en Magdaleentie Vonck, j.d. van Zuydhampton, d'Eerste op

        Frederick Philipslant, en tweede op Haverstroo.  Eodem op Philipsburg.)

        [NB: Applying for marriage that same day: Johannes Minne, j.m. van Uyt

        Friesland, en Anneken Jochems, j.d. van Midwoudt, d'Eerste wonende op

        Haverstroo, en tweede op Fredrick Philips lant den 4 Jun op Philipsburg.  This

        Anneken is probably the Annetje daughter of Jochem Wouterszen b. abt 1674 and

        step-sister to Jan Ecker.]

       

        F: Jochem Wouterszen (Van Weert?)

        M1?: unknown on unknown date.

        Issue:

        Abt 1664 Janneken

        Abt 166? Christina

        Abt 1672 Gerrit

        Abt 1673? Catherine

        Abt 1674 Annetje/Anneken

        Aft 1674 Grietje

        M2?: Styntie Jans (Snediker) (m. 1, Steven Ecker (presumed died abt 1674),

        issue: Wolfert, Jan)

        Married:  unknown date prob. bef. Sep 1679.

        Issue:

        27 Sept 1679; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Rachel; Egbert Fockenszen,

        Jannetie Jans

        25 Feb 1682; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Cornelia; Hendrick Claszen,

        Gerritie Reyniers

        Abt 1684 Jacob

        28 Mar 1686; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Sara; Jan Jacobszen, Margrietje

        Snedicker

        Other bps. of interest:

        13 Dec 1681; Jan Pieterszen, Grietie Cozyn; Abraham; Jochem Wouterszen,

        Belitje Jacobs

        18 Mar 1688; Johannes Gerritszen, Janneken Jochems; Jochem; Jochem Wouterszen,

        Ariaentje Jans

       

        -- No record in NY RDC of a first marriage for Jochem, nor of the bp. of any

        of the children listed above b. 1674 or before.  No record of a son Jacob b.

        abt 1684.

        -- No record of marriage of Jochem & Styntje Jans, which would have been betw.

        1674 and 1679.

        -- Egbert Fockenszen was brother of Willemptje Fockens/Vooks, 1st wife of

        Gerret Janse Snedeker, brother of Styntje.

        -- Jannetie Jans could be Styntje's sister Jannetje, who was by then married

        to Peter Cornelis. Luyster.

        -- Hendrick Claszen, unknown to me.

        -- Gerritie Reyniers is possibly Gerritien Wesselpenckx, daughter of Jannetje

        Snedeker and Reynier Wesselpenck/Wizzelpennig.

        -- Margrietje Snedicker and Jan Jacobszen were husband and wife; she was

        daughter of Gerret Janse Snedeker, Styntje's brother.

        -- Jan Pieterszen & Grietie Cozyn are unknown to me.

        -- Belitje Jacobs was the wife of Theunis Thomas Van Naerden, mother of

        Weyntie Theunis (Quick), who m. Herck Siboutszen (Krankheydt); see note above

        under Wolfert Ecker family group.

        -- Janneken Jochems was presumably Jochem Wouterszen's daughter b. abt. 1664;

        her husband, Johannes Gerritszen is unknown to me.

        ----------snip,snip-------------

        Any further contributions on this topic would be welcome.

       

        Ted Snediker

       

        From: "Dorothy A. Koenig" <doortje@ncal.verio.com>

        Subject: Re: New Amstersdam HOPPER's

        To: Dutch-Colonies@rootsweb.com

       

        Dorothea,  If you have not already read George Olin Zabriskie's article on

        the Hopper family -- "Geertje Hendricks, Mother of the Hopper and Van Sien

        Families" -- you will want to run down a copy.  This article ran serially

        in the "Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey" in volumes 44-46 (1969-1971).

        It has been cumulated and published in volume 1 of "Genealogies of New

        Jersey Families", published in 1996 by the Genealogical Publishing Company

        of Baltimore, MD.

       

        Zabriskie says, "We do not know when Andries Hoppe or Geertje Hendricks

        came to America, from whence they came, with whom they came, or whether

        they came together or separately.  We have no evidence which shows where

        they were married, in Europe or America.  Our knowledge begins in 1651

        when their daughter Tryntje was baptized in the Old Dutch Church in New

        Amsterdam...Andries may have been Dutch.  He is shown as Andries

        Willemszen Hoppe (actually transcribed as "Soppe") when Tryntje was

        baptized in 1651....and so on."

       

        Zabriskie discounts earlier published statements made by James Riker and

        Hopper Striker Mott about the origins of the HOPPER family.

       

        Dorothy

       

        Deby,  In a recent message you asked,

       

        " I'm looking for Styntie Jans, the wife of Jochem Wouterse (Van

        Gouda/Van Wert) b. c. 1637.  Can anyone tell if Styntie, daughter of Jan

        Snedeker who immigrated about 1642, m.1 Annetje Buys and m.2 Egbertie

        (Lybertie) Jans, might be the same person?"

       

        Yes, the Styntie Jans who married Jochem Wouterszen was the daughter of

        Jan Snedeker and his second wife, Annetje Ruys.

       

        From the article by Jeff Snedeker and Ted Snediker (with the assistance of

        Pim Nieuwenhuis) entitled "The European Origin of the Snedeker Family"

        ("New Netherland Connections", 1:1 (1996), pages 4-12) we learn that Jan

        "Sneddicker from Oldenburch", the widower of Griet Michiels, and

        Annetje Ruis from Remunt, age 33 years,filed their marriage intentions in

        Amsterdam on 26 July 1636.  They were married in the suburb of Sloten on

        10 August 1636.

       

        At the time of Jan's previous marriage on 9 May 1632 to Grietie

        Michiels from Hamburg, Jan's age was given as 24 years old; so it is safe

        to say that he was born about 1608 in Oldenburg, Germany.

       

        In the archives of Maastricht, the Netherlands, Ted Snediker found the

        baptismal record of Jan Snedeker's second wife.  In the parish baptismal

        register of St. Christopher's Roman Catholic Church in the village of

        Roermond is recorded the baptism of Anna, the daughter of Christian Ruys

        and his wife Cornelia, on 19 May 1602.  The baptisms of her 4 younger

        siblings are also recorded in the register.

       

        The 5 children born to Jan Snedeker and Annetje Ruys were

       

        1. Annetje

        2. Jannetje

        3. Gerret

        4. Tryntje

        5. STYNTJE <<<<<

       

        On page 394 of Teunis G. Bergen's "Register of the Early Settlers of Kings

        County", Bergen cites page 180 of Liber D of the records of Flatbush,

        where Jochem Wouterse (Van Goede) is appointed guardian in 1669 of the

        three minor children of his brother-in-law, Gerret Snedeker, after the

        death of Willemptje Vooks, Gerret's first wife.  On 2 Dec.1669 Gerret

        married his second wife, Elsje Tunis Nyssen, and Jochem's job was to

        guarantee the inheritance of the children of Gerret's first marriage.

       

        Perhaps Ted will have something to add.    Dorothy

       

        Deby:

       

        While I lack a primary source for this, I believe that Styntje Snedeker,

        daughter of Jan Snedeker and Annetje Ruys (Buys has been published, but it's

        wrong), was indeed the wife of Jochem Wouterszen (Van Goede).  There are I

        think at least two other Styntje Jans mentioned in the New Amsterdam records,

        so one has to be a bit careful in sorting them out.  This marriage has

        appeared in published Snedeker genealogies for almost 30 years without

        challenge, to my knowledge.  (Of course, that doesn't amount to proof, just

        that it hasn't provoked outrage on the part of someone who has better facts

        available.)

       

        BTW, the marriages to Annetje Ruys and Egbertie Jans were the second and third

        marriages for Jan Snedeker--there was an earlier one in the Netherlands that

        was unknown to Bergen and other early researchers.

       

        Ted Snediker

       

        Jason Alessandro Coffman   From Zelante80@aol.com  Date Fri, 5 Nov 1999 163939 EST    Subject Snedeker   To Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

       

        Hi -

       

        I know this has been much discussed in the past... but I have to ask.. why is

        Styntje Snedeker considered the mother of the Ecker boys and not Tryntje?  I

        believe that Tryntje WAS the mother, not Styntje.

       

        Here are my reasons

        1) Gerrit Jochemszen Van Weert, son of Jochem and supposedly his first

        unnamed wife, named one of his oldest daughters Christina (Styntje is the

        Dutch version of Christina).  Was it common for the Dutch people to name

        their oldest daughter after their step mother?

        2) It seems that Jochem's eldest child was born in 1664 (Jannetje); if this

        is true, then the mother must have been born around 1644.  Now we know that

        Garret Snedecker was born in 1640 and Tryntje Snedeker in 1642.  Jannetje was

        probably born in 1637 as she was married in 1657.  So that leaves Styntje...

        1644 sounds very right.  I also should mention that Jochem had a daughter

        Annetye which could very well have been named for her maternal grandmother,

        Annatje Ruys Snedeker.

        3) Jochem's birth year was estimated to be 1637; if Syntje was born in 1644,

        that would make her only 7 years younger.

        4) Jan Stevenszen Ecker, supposed son of Styntje Snedeker, named his first

        daughter, Catrina.  Tryntje is a nickname of Catrina.  Why didn't he name his

        first daughter, Christina?  Jan's wife Magdaleentje Vonk was the daughter of

        Cornelis Vonk and Magdalena Hendricks. So where did "Catrina" come from?

        5) Jochem Wouterszen had a son, Gerrit.  If Styntje was indeed the mother,

        then Gerrit was probably named in honor of her oldest brother, Gerrit Jansz

        Snedeker.

       

        Maybe Tryntje died not long after Steven Ecker's death and Styntje took care

        of the young Ecker boys?  This may be why Jochem Wouterszen appears in many

        records with the Ecker boys and why Jan Stevenszen Ecker named his second

        daughter, Christina, in honor of his dear aunt.

       

        Any feedback will be appreciated.

       

        Jason Alessandro Coffman

        Flagstaff/Scottsdale, AZ

       

        Desc of Catrina Ecker Blauvelt

        *****************************************************************************

       

        Ted Snediker  TedSned@aol.com  Date Sat, 6 Nov 1999 093439 EST   To Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

       

        In a message dated 11/05/1999 44147 PM Eastern Standard Time,

        Zelante80@aol.com writes

       

        > I know this has been much discussed in the past... but I have to ask.. why

        is

        >  Styntje Snedeker considered the mother of the Ecker boys and not Tryntje?

        I

        >  believe that Tryntje WAS the mother, not Styntje.

        >

       

        Jason,

       

        Thanks very much for your input on this.  As a descendant of the only brother

        of Styntje and Tryntje, my main interest is in trying to flesh out as best I

        can the lives of Jan Snedeker's daughters, about whom little has been written

        to date.  And it's nice to hear from an Ecker descendant--you're one of the

        few I've encountered.

       

        We (Dorothy, Deby Justice, Cynthia, et al.) first got into this discussion

        early in 1998, partly on the list and partly off.  Initially, I tended to be

        a partisan for Tryntje as Stephen Ecker's wife, but wasn't able to make much

        of a case for it.  You have done better than I.  We ruled out the two older

        sisters, Annetje and Jannetje, as being married to others during the period

        in question, leaving Styntje as the only other candidate.

       

        I think you would agree that there is no hard evidence in either case.  At

        least I have not been able to find any.  So we are left to try to build the

        best circumstantial case we can.  You have made a thoughtful case for

        Tryntje.  Here is the case I would make for Styntje, whch takes a somewhat

        different perspective.  Perhaps others will chime in as well.  We may never

        get beyond the "division of opinion" stage with this, but so be it.

       

        The case for Styntje

       

        1. Assertion Styntje Jans, wife of  Jochem Wouterszen van Wert, was Styntje

        Snedeker.

        a. Both Irving Van Wart and H.H. Van Wart surmise that the Styntje or

        Crestena Jans to whom Jochem Wouterszen was married was the daughter of Jan

        Devoe, citing NYG&B Record 1876, vol. IX, p. 16.  There may have been some

        confusion with the Crestena Devoe or Devouw, daughter of Abraham Devoe, who

        married her grandson, Jochem van Waert.

        b. There is no marriage record for Jochem Wouterszen and Styntje Jans, but NY

        RDC member lists show Jochem Wouterszen and Styntje Jans as a married couple

        on 1 Jun 1676.

        c. Both Styntje Snedeker and Jochem Wouterszen lived in Midwout before

        removing to Philippsburgh.

        d. There are baptismal records for only three of the children of Jochem

        Wouterszen.  Witnesses to these reveal connection to Snedeker family

        (1) 1679  27 Sept; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Rachel; Egbert

        Fockenszen, Jannetie Jans. (Egbert Fockenszen was brother-in-law to Styntje's

        brother Gerrit; Jannetie Jans was almost certainly Styntje's older sister.

        Per Rachel's marriage record, she was born near Midwout and was the daughter

        of Jochem van Weert.)

        (2)  1682  25 Feb; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Cornelia; Hendrick

        Claszen, Gerritie Reyniers.  (Gerritie Reyniers was Styntje's niece; Hendrick

        Claszen (van Vechten) was Gerritie's husband.)

        (3) 1686 28 Mar; Jochem Wouterszen, Styntie Jans; Sara; Jan Jacobszen,

        Margrietje Snedicker (Margrietje Snedicker was daughter of Styntje's brother

        Gerrit; Jan Jacobszen was Margrietje's husband.)

        e. While there were several women in the colony using the name Styntje Jans,

        no others fit the bill in terms of having connection to either the Snedeker

        family or to Jochem Wouterszen or to Midwout.

       

        2. Assertion  Styntje Snedeker was first married to Stephen Ecker.

        a.  The pivotal document here is the ambiguous 20 August 1674 declaration by

        Jan Snedeker (her father) and Gerrit Snedeker (her brother) that they had

        assumed guardianship of Stephen Ecker's two children Flatbush documents,

        Liber A, pp. 225-227 provides  "In view of his departure and up to the

        present time have been authorized by their son-in-law and brother-in-law

        Steffan Ecker (another version Steven Eckker) from Ham out of this land of

        Marde (another version from Ham out of the land of Marde or Mare), to take

        over his two children in his absence, and to continue in case of his decease

        (in which absence may God protect him from the savages), just as though he

        were now deceased.  They as grandfather and uncle of the deceased's children

        have administered his property."  It is not clear from this that Ecker was

        already dead, but it seems likely that he did die somewhere around this time.

        b. There is no marriage record for Stephen Ecker or other document more

        precisely identifying his wife.  Likewise, there are no baptismal records for

        the two Ecker sons, Jan and Wolfert, but there was no other Ecker family for

        them to belong to.  Both Jan and Wolfert were born in Midwout, per their

        respective marriage records, and Wolfert's oldest son was named Steven.

        c. Jan Snedeker had as many as four daughters who lived to adulthood

        Annetje, Jannetje, Tryntje and Styntje.  The unnamed daughter of Jan Snedeker

        implied in the 1674 document could not be Annetje or Jannetje, as they were

        married to others at that time.

        d. Tryntje is one possibility, but there is no evidence that she was even

        alive beyond her baptismal record in 1642, which may even be a

        mis-transcription of Styntje.  She certainly was deceased, if she ever lived,

        by 1681 when Jan Snedeker's estate was settled, as she was not named in the

        settlement, as were the other three.

        e. Styntje seems the most likely candidate. Supporting this is the baptism,

        21 June 1693 Wolfert Ecker, Marritje Sibouts; Steven; Jochem Wouters,

        Weyntie Theunis.  Weyntie Theunis was the maternal great-grandmother of

        little Steven.  Jochem Wouters, as husband of Styntje Snedeker, would have

        been the paternal step-grandfather, representing the Ecker side.

        f. Other Philippsburgh baptismal records demonstrate a close connection

        between the van Wert and Ecker families.

        (1)  Baptism, NY RDC, 11 May 1692 Gerrit Jochemszen, Catharina Cantly;

        Helena; Wolfert Ecken, Annetje Jochems. [Wolfert is almost certainly Wolfert

        Ecker, step-brother to Gerrit, and Annetje was Gerrit's sister.]

        (2) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 21 Apr 1697 Gerridt Van Weerdt, Catalintje his

        wife; Jan; Jan Ecker, Rachel Van Weerdt.  [Gerridt van Weerdt and Jan Ecker

        would have been step-brothers.  Rachel was Gerrit's half-sister.]

        (3) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 4 June 1703 Gerridt Van Weert, Catalyntje his

        wife; Joachim; Wolffert Ecker, Maritje his wife. [Wolfert Ecker would have

        been Gerrit's step-brother.]

        (4) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 23 April 1705 Harrick Van Lendt, Cornelia his

        wife; Catharena; Jan Ecker, Sara Van Waert.  [Witnesses were Cornelia's

        half-brother and sister.]

        (5) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 10 August 1708 Jan Ecker, Magdalena his wife;

        Cornelis; Gerridt Van Weert, Magdalena Vonck. [Gerridt van Weert was

        step-brother to Jan Ecker.  Inasmuch as Cornelis's mother was Magdalena

        Vonck, this witness by the same name might have been the maternal

        grandmother.]

        (6) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 21 March 1711 Jacob Gardenier, Sara his wife;

        Christina; Steeven Ecker, Barber Gardenier. [Wife was Sara Jochems van Wert;

        Steven Ecker would have been her half-nephew.]

        (7) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 4 November 1713 Jan Ecker, Magdalena his wife;

        Anna; David Storm, Anna Van Weert.  [Anna van Weert was Jan Ecker's

        half-sister.]

        (8) Baptism, Philippsburgh, 11 June 1715 Herrick Lent, Cornelia his wife;

        Abraham; Jan Ecker, Magdaleentje his wife. [Jan Ecker was half-brother to

        Cornelia Jochems van Wert.]

        g. The only support for Tryntje is the supposed daughter of Jan Ecker,

        Catharina, would likely have been his eldest daughter.  His supposed second

        daughter was Christina, for whom there is stronger evidence.  Even so, Jan

        apparently did not adhere strictly to Dutch naming customs, and even if he

        had it would not be of order for him to name a first daughter for a deceased

        aunt.

        h. Conclusion  Styntje Snedeker married first Stephen Ecker, by whom she had

        two sons, Jan and Wolfert.  Stephen likely died around 1674, and Styntje

        remarried Jochem Wouterszen van Wert by 1 June 1676.

        i. Of Styntje's two Ecker sons, we can estimate the date of birth of Jan from

        Membership Lists of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York which list Jan

        Ecker with a reception date of 4 March 1680. ('t Ledematen-Boek oft Register

        der Ledematen alhier 't sedert de jare 1649, p. 535.)  Apparently he was

        received as a "jongeling" (youth), although the entry does not specify

        whether he was received with certification (met attestatie) or by profession

        of faith (op beleydnisse des geloofs).  He would have been at least around

        18-20 years old at that time, most likely.  That would put his birth at about

        1660 or thereabouts.  There is no comparable record for the other son,

        Wolfert, but the fact that they married about a year apart suggests they were

        not widely separated in age.  We might surmise from that that Styntje and

        Stephen Ecker married perhaps a bit before 1660.

       

        3. Assertion  Jochem Wouterszen van Wert had a marriage previous to Styntje

        Snedeker.  The identity of that first spouse is not known.

        a. As many as 10 children have been attributed to Jochem Wouterszen by

        genealogists (cf. Irving Van Wart, H.H. Van Wart, G.C. Mackenzie).

        b. There are no birth or baptismal records for any of these, except three

        children by Styntje Snedeker (Rachel, Cornelia, Sara).

        c. Jochem Wouterszen and Styntje Snedeker may have married as early as 1674,

        but not likely before that.

        d. From the foregoing, we see that Styntje Snedeker and Stephen Ecker were

        married from about 1660 to about 1674.

        e. Jochem Wouterszen's children clearly by Styntje Snedeker include the three

        already mentioned, Rachel (bp. 1679), Cornelia (bp. 1682) and Sara (bp.

        1686).  Additonally, there is his supposed daughter Christina, for whom, in

        the absence of a baptismal record, an estimated birth date of before 1684 is

        based on her appearance as a baptismal witness in 1701.  Assuming she had to

        be at least in her late teens to perform that function, she would have to

        have been born probably before 1684, which would make her about 17 years old

        in 1701.  Further, there is Jacob, who, according to Irving Van Wart, was

        born about 1684 (no supporting evidence, but nothing to the contrary either).

         Both Christina and Jacob would, following those arguments, fit between

        Cornelia and Sara in terms of birth order.  There is no evidence whatever of

        later children.

        f. That leaves four not accountable to Jochem and Styntje, namely Janneken,

        Catharina, Grietje, and Gerrit, and one not clearly attributable (Annetje).

        (1) Grietje we can dispense with readily.  That is a mistaken attribution.

        Irving Van Wart apparently accepted the judgement of H.H. Van Wart that

        Grietje was a child of Jochem Wouterszen, claiming that she was born in

        Midwout, and married Jan Herricksen Cranckheyt, later moving to Philipsburg.

        In reality, this Grietje was the daughter of Jentie Jeppes (aka Jan Jacobszen

        de Vries), per Harry Macy, NYG&B Record, 1282, pages 81-90.

        (2) Annetje appears to be the youngest of this group, possibly born as late

        as 1674, but that is just my estimation. I have tentatively attributed her to

        Styntje, rather than Jochem's first wife.  Supporting that possibility is

        that by naming her Annetje, they named her for Styntje's mother, Annetje

        Ruys.  Assuming Jochem followed traditional Dutch naming customs, his

        daughter Jannetje would have been named for his mother; Catherina, if she is

        correctly attributed, for his first wife's mother.  Thus, the first daughter

        of Jochem and Styntje could reasonably have been named for her mother.

        (3) Janneken was probably the eldest of this group. Irving Van Wart's

        genealogy (p. 3) states she was born about 1664, but provides no source for

        that date.  H.H. Van Wart does not venture a birth date for her.  The date

        1664 is plausible, however, and would have made her about 19 years old at her

        marriage to Johannes Gerritszen.  Certainly she could not have been born much

        later than 1664.

        (4) Catharina The connecton of Catharina Jochems to this family is based

        solely on the conclusion of H.H. Van Wart (p. 4), who wrote "Her name

        appears but once and that as Sponsor with Johannes Blauvelt at the bapt. of

        Reynsje, daughter of Johannes Minne and Antje Joachims at the Reformed Dutch

        Church, at Tappan, Rockland Co., NY., Oct. 24th, 1695."  Irving Van Wart

        merely alludes to this analysis, but includes her in the famly group of

        Jochem Woutersze.  If she was in fact part of this family, and I accept that

        she was, she was most likely born in the gap between Janneken and Gerrit, if

        those dates are accurate.

        (5) For Gerrit, Irving Van Wart (p. 5) advances a birth date of about 1672,

        but acknowledges that no birth or baptismal record has been found.  This

        estimate is likely based on his marriage, which was prior to 1692, making him

        about age 19 or 20 at that time.  I have found no evidence to the contrary.

        (6) Conclusion  Jochem Wouterszen van Wert had a marriage (name unknown) and

        at least three children previous to his marriage to Styntje Snedeker.

       

        So there you have it.  Comments?

       

        Best regards,

        Ted Snediker

        *******************************************************************

        From WayneLII@aol.com    Date Fri, 5 Nov 1999 185535 EST   Subject Re Snedeker

        To Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

       

        In a message dated 11/5/99 14235 PM Pacific Standard Time,

        Zelante80@aol.com writes

       

        << Hi -

       

         I know this has been much discussed in the past... but I have to ask.. why

        is

         Styntje Snedeker considered the mother of the Ecker boys and not Tryntje?  I

         believe that Tryntje WAS the mother, not Styntje.

       

         Here are my reasons

         1) Gerrit Jochemszen Van Weert, son of Jochem and supposedly his first

         unnamed wife, named one of his oldest daughters Christina (Styntje is the

         Dutch version of Christina).  Was it common for the Dutch people to name

         their oldest daughter after their step mother?

         2) It seems that Jochem's eldest child was born in 1664 (Jannetje); if this

         is true, then the mother must have been born around 1644.  Now we know that

         Garret Snedecker was born in 1640 and Tryntje Snedeker in 1642.  Jannetje

        was

         probably born in 1637 as she was married in 1657.  So that leaves Styntje...

         1644 sounds very right.  I also should mention that Jochem had a daughter

         Annetye which could very well have been named for her maternal grandmother,

         Annatje Ruys Snedeker.

         3) Jochem's birth year was estimated to be 1637; if Syntje was born in 1644,

         that would make her only 7 years younger.

         4) Jan Stevenszen Ecker, supposed son of Styntje Snedeker, named his first

         daughter, Catrina.  Tryntje is a nickname of Catrina.  Why didn't he name

        his

         first daughter, Christina?  Jan's wife Magdaleentje Vonk was the daughter of

         Cornelis Vonk and Magdalena Hendricks. So where did "Catrina" come from?

         5) Jochem Wouterszen had a son, Gerrit.  If Styntje was indeed the mother,

         then Gerrit was probably named in honor of her oldest brother, Gerrit Jansz

         Snedeker.

       

         Maybe Tryntje died not long after Steven Ecker's death and Styntje took care

         of the young Ecker boys?  This may be why Jochem Wouterszen appears in many

         records with the Ecker boys and why Jan Stevenszen Ecker named his second

         daughter, Christina, in honor of his dear aunt.

       

         Any feedback will be appreciated.

       

         Jason Alessandro Coffman

         Flagstaff/Scottsdale, AZ >>

       

       

       

        Glad to see I have one person in my corner on this one. I too have Stephen

        Ecker's wife as Tryntje Snedeker.

        Wayne

        Styntie (or Christina) Jans Snediker.

       

        Jochem Wouterszen and Styntje Jans were members of the New York Reformed Church as listed in 1 Jun 1676.

       

        Joachim and Christina were witnesses at several baptisms:

            1705 for his grandson Joachim, son of Jacob & Beelitje Van Weerdt;

            1708 baptism of Rachgel, daughter of Abraham & Weyntje de Revier (Abraham's first wife was Joachim's daughter Rachel);

            1708 (same day as Rachgel was baptized) for their granddaughter Christina, daugther of Herrick & Cornelia Van Lent.

       

        ca Oct 1658 Styntie Jans first married Steven Wolfertszen Ecker (22) . "Oct. 27, 1658, Marriage fee from Steven Necker, 6 g." in Marriage Frees; Deaths; Members and other miscellaneous matter culled from the records of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the Town of Flatbush, Kings Co. New York, 1912. Steven Wolfertszen died ca 1674.

       

        Jan and Gerret Snedeker, in a statement dated 20 Aug 1674 of the town records of Flatbush (Liber A pp. 225-227): they "in view of his departure and up to the present time have been authorized by their son-in-law Steven Eckker from Ham out of the land of Marde, to take over his two children in his absence and to continue in case of his decease (in which absence may God protect him form the savages); just as though he were now deceased; they as grandfather and uncle of the deceased's children have administered his property."

       

        Their children include:

            56        i.          Jan Stevensz (ca1660->1736) 

            57        ii.          Wolfert (ca1662-ca1753)        

       

        Styntie Jans second married Jochim Wouterszen Van Wert. Born ca 1637 in Gouda, Holland.

       

        Styntie Jans Snediker may have been Jochim's second wife.

       

        Jacob Wouterszen was a witness at several baptisms:

            1681 for Abraham, son of Jan Pieterszen & Grietie Cozyn;

            1688 for his grandson Jochem, son of Johannes Gerritszen & Janneken Jochems (his daughter);

            1692 for Steven Ecker, son of Wolfert Ecker (Jacob's step-brother) & Maritje Sibouts.

       

        Their children include:

            341      i.          Janneken Jochems (ca1665-)   

            342      ii.          Annatje Jochems (ca1672-<1709)       

            343      iii.         Gerridt Jochemszen     

            344      iv.         Rachel (1679-)

            345      v.         Cornelia (1682-)         

            346      vi.         Jacob (ca1684-)          

            347      vii.        Sara Joachimze (1686-)            .

 

514. William Hoppe(r).  He married Jemima (Mynno) Jurckse.

 

515. Jemima (Mynno) Jurckse.

        REF -- MK,  IVW, VC.

        She married (1) William Hoppe(r).

        She married (2) Abraham De Voe, married 1688, b. 1667.

 

516. Theunis Herexen Crankheyt, b. 4 Jul 1655, d. 1709.

        Ref -- MBANK

       

       

       

        Theunnis Herrickse was baptized in New Amsterdam Reformed Church on 4 Jul 1655.  Teunis, son of Hendrick Sibouszen & Weyntie Teunis, witnesses Arie Dirckszen, Jochem Caljer, Teunis Teuniszen & Belitje Jacobs [grandparents], & Susanna Jans. Theunnis Herrickse died in fall 1709 in Philipsburgh, Westchester Co. NY.

       

        Theunnis Kranckeyt Herricksen, or Theunis Herrickse Kranckheyt. Theunis and Sophia lived at the Arme Bouwery until shortly before 1695 when they settled in Ryck's Patent, later moving to Philipsburgh.

       

        Theunis was a witness at the 1705 baptism of his neice Neyritje, daughter of Jan & Grietje Krankheyt.

       

        On 10 Sep 1679 Theunnis Herrickse married Sophia Hendricksen Wiltse (430) , daughter of Hendrick Martenszen Wiltse (114) (ca 1623-ca 1710) & Margrietje Jensen Meyers, in New York Reformed Church.  Theunis Hercxen, j.m, Van de Armen bouwerye, en Sophia Hendricks, j.d. Uyt de Esopus. Born ca Dec 1660 in Kingston, MA. Sophia Hendricksen was baptized in Kingston Reformed Church on 11 Dec 1660.   Sophia, daughter of Hendrick Martensen, of Coppenhage, soldier & Margriet Meyringh, or Meyers, witnesses Christiaen Niesen Romp, Jan Jansen carpenter, Geertruy Andriesen, & Aeltjen Claas. Sophia Hendricksen died aft 4 Dec 1725.

       

        Theunis and Sophia (also known as Fytje) were witnesses at several baptisms:

            1704 for Jan, son of Willem and Weyntje (Krankheyt) Van Texel;

            1708 for their grandson, Theunis, son of Hendrick and Antje Krankheyt;

            1709 for Margrietje, daughter of Jacob and Abigail Willsen.

       

        Sophia was a witness at the 1707 baptism of her grandson Jacobus, son of Abraham and Wyntie (Krankheyt) d'Revier. Also the 1722 baptism of her grandson Theunis, son of Jan Krankheyt & Jannetje Hooms. Also the 1725 baptism of Tunnis, son of Martin & Hester Crancheyt.

       

        Their children include:

            148      i.          Wyntie (Died young) (1680-<1684)    

            149      ii.          Hendrick (1682-)        

            150      iii.         Wyntje Herrickse (1684-)       

            151      iv.         Herck (1685-) 

            152      v.         Sybout Herrickse (1687-)        

            153      vi.         Margaret (1689-)        

            154      vii.        Jacobus (Died soon) (1691-<1693)     

            155      viii.       Jacobus (1693-)          

            156      ix.         Jan (1695-)     

            157      x.         Elyas Tunnis    

            158      xi.         Janitie  

            159      xii.        Sophia (1699-)

            160      xiii.       Martin (ca1701-)          .

        He married Sophia Hendricks Wilsea, married 1678.

 

517. Sophia Hendricks Wilsea, b. Dec/1660, baptized 11 Dec 1660.

        Ref -- IVW, MK, MBANK

       

        Sophia Hendricksen was baptized in Kingston Reformed Church on 11 Dec 1660.  Sophia, daughter of Hendrick Martensen, of Coppenhage, soldier & Margriet Meyringh, or Meyers, witnesses Christiaen Niesen Romp, Jan Jansen carpenter, Geertruy Andriesen, & Aeltjen Claas. Sophia Hendricksen died aft 4 Dec 1725.

       

        Theunis and Sophia (also known as Fytje) were witnesses at several baptisms:

            1704 for Jan, son of Willem and Weyntje (Krankheyt) Van Texel;

            1708 for their grandson, Theunis, son of Hendrick and Antje Krankheyt;

            1709 for Margrietje, daughter of Jacob and Abigail Willsen.

       

        Sophia was a witness at the 1707 baptism of her grandson Jacobus, son of Abraham and Wyntie (Krankheyt) d'Revier. Also the 1722 baptism of her grandson Theunis, son of Jan Krankheyt & Jannetje Hooms. Also the 1725 baptism of Tunnis, son of Martin & Hester Crancheyt.

       

        On 10 Sep 1679 Sophia Hendricksen first married Theunnis Herrickse Cranckheyt (41) , son of Herck Siboutszen (Cranckheyt) (19) (ca 1620-ca 1681/1684) & Wyntie Tuenis (Quick) (81), in New York Reformed Church.  Theunis Hercxen, j.m, Van de Armen bouwerye, en Sophia Hendricks, j.d. Uyt de Esopus. Born in 1655 in Arme Bouwery, Hell Gate, NY. Theunnis Herrickse was baptized in New Amsterdam Reformed Church on 4 Jul 1655.  Teunis, son of Hendrick Sibouszen & Weyntie Teunis, witnesses Arie Dirckszen, Jochem Caljer, Teunis Teuniszen & Belitje Jacobs [grandparents], & Susanna Jans. Theunnis Herrickse died in fall 1709 in Philipsburgh, Westchester Co. NY.

       

        Theunnis Kranckeyt Herricksen, or Theunis Herrickse Kranckheyt. Theunis and Sophia lived at the Arme Bouwery until shortly before 1695 when they settled in Ryck's Patent, later moving to Philipsburgh

       

        Theunis was a witness at the 1705 baptism of his neice Neyritje, daughter of Jan & Grietje Krankheyt.

       

        In 1709 Sophia Hendricksen second married Joost Paldink, in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.  "Joost Palodink, l. in Westchester, widower of Catharina Duytsch, and Zophya, widow of the late Theunis Krankheyt, l. in Phillips Burgh".

 

518. Laurens Mattys Banker.  He married Jannetje Hendrikse.

 

519. Jannetje Hendrikse.

 

520. Abraham De Voe, b. 1667.

        REF -- MK,  IVW, VC.

        He married Jemima (Mynno) Jurckse, married 1688.

 

521. Jemima (Mynno) Jurckse.

        REF -- MK,  IVW, VC.

        She married (1) William Hoppe(r).

        She married (2) Abraham De Voe, married 1688, b. 1667.

 

522. Jacobus See.  He married Catherina _____.

 

523. Catherina _____.

 

524. Carel Davids.  He married Antje (Van) Lent.

 

525. Antje (Van) Lent, baptized 13/Mar/1689.

        Antje was baptized in New York Reformed Church on 13 Mar 1689.  Anna, daughter of Hendrick Abrahamszen & Catharina Jans, witnesses Johannes Van Vorst & Aeltje Coleveet.

       

        Antje Van Lent is 68th on the member list of the Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.

       

        Carel and Antje were witnesses a week following their marriage for the baptism of Hendrick, son of Jacob and Aaltje Van Texel. Also at the 1714 baptism of their nephew Jacob, son of Poulus & Angelica Rutan.

       

        On 10 Apr 1706 Antje married Carel Davids, son of Guillaume Davids, in Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.  "Carel Davids, j.m. born in Canida, and Antje Van Lent, j.d. born on the Manner of Cortlandt". Born ca 1672 in Canada.

       

        Carel, Karel, Charles, or Zarel, Davidse or Davids.

       

        Carel Davidze was a witness at the 1698 baptism of Cornelis, son of Francoys & Resull Giljon.

       

        ************************************************

       

        http://www.reink.nu/genealogy/gen1&2.html         

       

        VAN TASSEL genealogy, Generations 1 & 2

       

       

        Antje LENT bp 3/1689 m Carel DAVIDSE (Davids) who was born in Canada

        ........Henry Davidse m # 32 Antejie Van TEXEL

        ........Isaac Davidse m # 61 Wyntie Van TEXEL

        Margaret LENT bp 3/20/1687 **

        Cornelia LENT bp 4/21/1687 **

        Aeltje LENT bp 4/24//1699 m 10/7/1721 Matthias De RONDE **

       

       

        .

 

526. Jan Van Tassel.

        Jan was baptized in New York Reformed Church on 1 May 1678.  Jan, son of Jan Corn. Van Texel & Annatie Alberts, witnesses Manus Borgers & Annetie Borgers.

       

       

        He was a Deacon 1716/7, and ordained an Elder 20 Aug 1727. At the time of his marriage to Cathaina, they were both living in the Highlands, upon the lands of Steven Van Cortlandt.

       

        On 5 Oct 1700 Jan married Catharina Springsteen, daughter of Joost Casper Springsteen & Magdelena Jensen, in New York Reformed Church.  Born bef Apr 1684. Catharina was baptized in Brooklyn, NY on 6 Apr 1684.

       

       

        http://www.reink.nu/genealogy/gen1&2.html         

       

        VAN TASSEL genealogy, Generations 1 & 2

       

        An the very early Old Dutch Church at Sleepy Hollow records we find Jan Cornelius Van TEXEL

        and his wife listed as early members of the Church. Jan was a Deacon from 8/1716 to 1717 and

        was ordained an Elder on 8/20/1727. From the marriage record we learn that the wife was born on

        Long Island, and that each was living in the Highlands, upon the lands of Steven Van Cortlandt.

       

        10/5/1700 SPRINGSTEEN Catharina b 4/6/1684; d/ Joost (Justus) Casper & Magdelena (nee

        Jensen) SPRINGSTEEN **

       

        31 Magdalena bp 3/20/1704

        32 Annetje bp 3/25/1707

        33 Johannis 1708

        34 Cornelia (Jannette) bp 11/6/1711

        35 Albertus bp 5/25/1714

        36 Henrickus bp 4/18/1716

        37 Catherina bp 4/2/1719

        38 Jacob bp 4/23/1723.

        He married Catherine Springsteen, married 5 Oct 1700.

 

527. Catherine Springsteen, baptized 6 Apr 1684 in Brooklyn, New York.

        Joost Casper Springsteen & Magdelena Jensen, in New York Reformed Church.  Born bef Apr 1684. Catharina was baptized in Brooklyn, NY on 6 Apr 1684

       

        Jan and Catrina were witnesses at several baptisms:

            1700 for Francoys, son of Willem and Lisabeth de Puw;

            1706 for their nephew Joost, son of David Davidzen & his wife Jannitje (Springsteen, Cathariena's sister);

            1709 for their niece Petronela, daughter of Peter Storm and his wife Grietje [Van Texel];

            1710 for Isacc, son of Jan and Eva Fouseur;

            1713 for Abraham, son of Abraham & Maria Lent;

            1716 for Zara, daughter of Delefferins & Engeltie Cancklie;

            1717 for their neice Wyntie, daughter of Cornelis and Wyntie Van Texel;

            1717 for Isaack, son of Jorus & Mettie Juel;

            1720 for their neice Catharina, daughter of Jacob & Altie Van Texel;

            1720 for Hendreck, son of Jan & Helena Beljee;

            1720 for their neice Catharina, son of Jacob & Altie Van Texel;

            1734 for their grandson Joannis, son of Joannis Van Thexel;

            1739 for their grandson Jan, son of Leendert Hof & Catharina [Van Thexel];

            1742 for their grandson Johannis, son of Johannis De Revier & Catharena [Van Thexel];

            1749 for their granddaughter Rachel, daughter of Johannis.

       

        Jan was a witness for the baptism:

            1714 for Albertus, son of Leverens & Engeltje Cancle.

       

        Jan and Catharina were witnesses for the baptism:

            1739 for their granddaughter Annatie, daughter of Hendreck & Annatie Davids.

 

896. Clarke Nottingham, b. 1672/83 in Northampton Co., Virginia, d. 3 Jun 1736 in will written, Northampton Co., Virginia, buried: 12 Oct 1736 in will proved, Northampton Co., Virginia.

        Line 5829 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   PROV f33 proof of death--WB XXVI-R folio 188;  WB 18 f. 216-Inv;  WB XXIR: 64. proof of marriage-- XXIV-R:212;  OB 20:282 from    Mrs. Jean Mihalyka.

        He married (1) unknown _____.

        He married (2) Mary Jacob, married 1730/37, d. BEF 14 JUN 1737.

 

897. unknown _____.

        Line 8366 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   NAME 1st wife (Clarke 3)/_____/ from   Mrs. Jean Mihalyka.

 

904. Ezekial Eldredge, b. 1696, d. 1739.  He married Elizabeth _____, married 1716.

 

905. Elizabeth _____, d. AFT 7 NOV 1764.

        doc. see RIN 1783--Ezekial Eldredge II.

        She married (1) Ezekial Eldredge, married 1716, b. 1696, d. 1739.

        She married (2) Nathaniel Norton, married AFT 3 FEB 1741.

 

906. Benjamin Crawford.

        from "The Family of Clyde Mulford Eldredge," by Luella Eldredge. no pub date.

 

908. Joshua Hildreth.

        HFA.

        He married Alice Cresse.

 

909. Alice Cresse.

        HFA.

 

912. William Smith, b. C. 1667, d. JUL 1744 in Cape May County, New Jersey.

        from LI, NY c. 1690/91 not proven to be s/o Abraham and Margery Smith will written 18/Feb/1743  proved 3/Aug/1744.

 

916. Nathaniel Jenkins, b. 25 Mar 1678, d. JUN 1754 in Cape May County, New Jersey.  He married Esther Jones, married 1703.

 

917. Esther Jones, d. BEF 1743.

 

920. Joseph Ludlam, b. ABT 1675 in Southampton, Long Island, New York, d. 1761 in aged 86 years.  He married Elizabeth Ryder.

 

921. Elizabeth Ryder.

 

922. Henry Young.

 

924. Arthur Cresse.

        to Cape May 169_.

        He married Mercy _____.

 

925. Mercy _____.

 

928. Jan (John Corson) Karsten, b. 1655/65 in Long Island, Gravesend, New York, d. 1728.

        will written 2/mar/1727/8    will proved 6/May/1728

        From "300 Years..."

        He married Maria Eliase Daas, married ABT 1680.

 

929. Maria Eliase Daas.

        Changed name to Mary Daws from "300 Years..." see RIN #1 for info on book source.

 

932. Josiah Edwards.

          WILL DATE 8/AUG/1721   WILL PLAC will proved

       

        Page 246.--JOSIAH EDWARDS. In the name of God, Amen. February 9, 1712/13. I, Josiah Edwards, of the town of East Hampton, in the County of Suffolk, husbandman, being sick in body. I leave to my sons, Josiah, Joseph, Churchill, Jonathan, David and Nathaniel, all my lands, meadows, and rights in Commonage, both at home and at Montacket, with all the privileges. I leave to my wife Mary, and to my daughters Martha, Mercy and Mary, all my movables, both indoors and without. And if my wife lives, and does not marry, then she is to have the improvement of all my lands till my children are of age. My sons are to be put out by my executors to learn suitable trades. If my wife lives till my sons are of age, and they see cause to make improvement of my house, so that she cannot comfortably live in it, then my sons are to pay her €18 yearly. I make Annanias Conkling, Lewis Conkling and my brother, Thomas Edwards, executors.

         

        Witnesses, Samuel Barnes, Nathaniel Barnes, (???) Baker. Proved, August 8, 1721, and the executors having refused, Letters of administration are granted to the eldest son, Josiah Edwards.

        He married Mary Churchill, married APR 1699.

 

933. Mary Churchill, b. 6 Apr 1675 in Wethersfield, Connecticut.

 

934. John Parsons, d. in Cape May County, New Jersey.  He married Elizabeth Carmen, married 1701.

 

935. Elizabeth Carmen.

        Line 13483 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   WILL Line 13484 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   WILL DATE 7/MAR/1742/43 Line 13485 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   WILL PLAC will proved doc. see RIN 179

        4--Ezekial Eldredge I.

        She married (1) _____ Forman.

        She married (2) John Parsons, married 1701, d. in Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

936. Andrew Steelman.  He married Judith (Olsen) Alson.

 

937. Judith (Olsen) Alson.

 

938. Daniel Ingersoll, b. 1705.

 

944. Christian Corson, b. ABT 1677 in 1680 to 1685, d. 22 Apr 1731 in inventory to est.

        from; "History of Petersburg"

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Ann(e) _____.

 

945. Ann(e) _____.

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

946. Jacob Corson, d. 1737.

        will written  12/Dec/1736 -proved  25/Apr/1737

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

        He married Naomi "Amy" _____.

 

947. Naomi "Amy" _____.

        Line 2289 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:   PROV 7 from "300 Years..." see RIN #1 for info on book source.

       

        From: 300 Years with the Corson Families in America by Orville Corson.

 

950. Henry Young, b. ABT 1690 in imm. c 1700-1707, England, age 77 death, d. 8 Apr 1767 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, buried: in Palermo, Cape May County, New Jersey.

        will written 17/Jul/1762     proved 2/Jun/1767.

        He married (1) Abigail Corson, married 1709 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, b. 1685/90, d. 28 Dec 1757 in prior to, Not sure of date.

        He married (2) Deborah _____.

        He married (3) Phebe Ludlam, married 28 Dec 1757, b. 1710, d. 23 Aug 1766 in age 56, buried: in 1st Bapt Ch Yard, Cape May Ct. Hse, M.

 

951. Abigail Corson, b. 1685/90 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, d. 28 Dec 1757 in prior to, Not sure of date.  She married (1) Shagmar Hand, d. 1709.  She married (2) Henry Young, married 1709 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, b. ABT 1690, d. 8 Apr 1767 in Petersburg, Cape May County, New Jersey, buried: in Palermo, Cape May County, New Jersey.

 

952. Daniel Ingersoll, b. 1705.

 

968. Thomas Hazen.  He married Mary Howlett.

 

969. Mary Howlett.

 

970. Daniel Dart.

        "Most of his children, eleven in number, either went with him

        (to Bolton) or followed in his track.

       

        Title: History of new London, Connecticut, From the First Survey of

        the Coast in 1612 to 1860., Address: Reprint 2000; Heritage

        Books, Bowie, MD

        Abbrev: Caulkins, History of New London

        Author: Caulkins, Frances Manwaring

        Publication: H. D. Utley, New London, Connecticut, 1895

        Page: p.367

       

       

        Jane Kivlin    jkivlin@earthlink.net

        Title: Torrey CD New England Marriages Prior to 1700

        Author: Clarence A. Torrey

        Publication: 2001 NEHGS

        Note: First version to have Torrey's source citations included

        Repository:

        Call Number:

        Media: Family Archive CD

        Text: DART, Daniel & Elizabeth DOUGLAS (-1714); 4 Aug 1686; New London (TAG 32:144; New London Hist. 367; New London VR 89; Dart 5; Douglas 66; White 11:64; Cole (1909) 14-15; NYGBR 58:20, 22, 59:46; Hazen 36)

       

       

       

        Sharen Neal   MJR6387@aol.com

        Daniel was the first son of Richard and Bethia Dart, and was disinherited by his father. In his will, Richard characterizes his son, Daniel, as being " an ungrateful and treacherous tome", and accordingly leaves most of the residue of his property to his younger son Richard. (Hemps Diary. p. 125, Oct 8, 1722).

        He married Elizabeth Douglas.

 

971. Elizabeth Douglas.

 

984. _____ Bonar.

 

8th Great Grand Parents

 

1024.   Wouter _____, b. in Gouga, United Netherlands.  He married _____ unknown.

 

1025.   _____ unknown.

         from   Janet Voelker        Omaha, Neb. UNDOCUMENTED.    From the papers of Herman Clyde.

 

1026.   Jan Snedeker, b. C. 1608 in Oldenburg, Germany.

         estate setttled 1681

         .

         .

         Deby,  In a recent message you asked,

        

         " I'm looking for Styntie Jans, the wife of Jochem Wouterse (Van

         Gouda/Van Wert) b. c. 1637.  Can anyone tell if Styntie, daughter of Jan

         Snedeker who immigrated about 1642, m.1 Annetje Buys and m.2 Egbertie

         (Lybertie) Jans, might be the same person?"

        

         Yes, the Styntie Jans who married Jochem Wouterszen was the daughter of

         Jan Snedeker and his second wife, Annetje Ruys.

        

         From the article by Jeff Snedeker and Ted Snediker (with the assistance of

         Pim Nieuwenhuis) entitled "The European Origin of the Snedeker Family"

         ("New Netherland Connections", 1:1 (1996), pages 4-12) we learn that Jan

         "Sneddicker from Oldenburch", the widower of Griet Michiels, and

         Annetje Ruis from Remunt, age 33 years,filed their marriage intentions in

         Amsterdam on 26 July 1636.  They were married in the suburb of Sloten on

         10 August 1636.

        

         At the time of Jan's previous marriage on 9 May 1632 to Grietie

         Michiels from Hamburg, Jan's age was given as 24 years old; so it is safe

         to say that he was born about 1608 in Oldenburg, Germany.

        

         In the archives of Maastricht, the Netherlands, Ted Snediker found the

         baptismal record of Jan Snedeker's second wife.  In the parish baptismal

         register of St. Christopher's Roman Catholic Church in the village of

         Roermond is recorded the baptism of Anna, the daughter of Christian Ruys

         and his wife Cornelia, on 19 May 1602.  The baptisms of her 4 younger

         siblings are also recorded in the register.

        

         The 5 children born to Jan Snedeker and Annetje Ruys were

        

         1. Annetje

         2. Jannetje

         3. Gerret

         4. Tryntje

         5. STYNTJE <<<<<

        

         On page 394 of Teunis G. Bergen's "Register of the Early Settlers of Kings

         County", Bergen cites page 180 of Liber D of the records of Flatbush,

         where Jochem Wouterse (Van Goede) is appointed guardian in 1669 of the

         three minor children of his brother-in-law, Gerret Snedeker, after the

         death of Willemptje Vooks, Gerret's first wife.  On 2 Dec.1669 Gerret

         married his second wife, Elsje Tunis Nyssen, and Jochem's job was to

         guarantee the inheritance of the children of Gerret's first marriage.

        

         Perhaps Ted will have something to add.    Dorothy

        

         From: "Dorothy A. Koenig" <doortje@ncal.verio.com>.

         He married Annetje Ruys, married 10 Aug 1636.

 

1027.   Annetje Ruys, baptized 19 May 1602.

 

1028.   Andries Hoppe.  He married Grietje Hendrickse (Steinmets?).

 

1029.   Grietje Hendrickse (Steinmets?).

         Ref----IVW, HHVW, GB.

 

1030.   Paulus (Pieter Paulus) Jerckse.

         http://www.cet.com/~yerxa/New/pafg01.htm

         Scott Yerxa      yerxa@cet.com.

         He married Styntie Jans (?).

 

1031.   Styntie Jans (?).

         http://www.cet.com/~yerxa/New/pafg01.htm

         Scott Yerxa      yerxa@cet.com.

 

1032.   Harck Henry Siboutszen, b. 1620 in Langendyck, Holland.

         Ref -- MK

        

         Born ca 1620 in Langendyck. Herck Siboutszen died ca 1681/1684.2 Occupation: ship carpenter. Religion: Huguenot.

        

         Herck and Wyntje lived in New Amsterdam until 1654 when they moved to the Arme Bouwery at Hell gate, then a part of Newtown, LI. While he went by the name of Sybouts and his children by the patronymic Hercx, his grandchildren adopted the surname Krankheit.

        

         Herck had a farm in the Arm Bowery by the Hell's Gate, then part of Newtown, Long Island. He received a patent for his land in Newtown 2 Jul 1754 and was a freeholder there in 1666.

        

         On 16 Nov 1642 Herck Siboutszen married Wyntie Tuenis (Quick) (81) , daughter of Teunis Thomaszen De Metselaer (Quick) (28) (ca 1600-ca 1666) & Belitje Jacobse, in New Amsterdam Reformed Church.  Henricus Sibelszen, j.m. van Langendyck, en Marritje Theunis, j.d. Van Naerden. Born in Noorden, North Holland.

        

         Wyntie Tuenis was a witness at several baptisms:

             1665 for her neice Janneken, daughter of Jacobus de Key and Hillegond Theunis, and another child of Jacobus and Hellegond in 1672;

             1672 for her nephew Kersten, son of Kersten Luurzen and Geertie Theunis;

             1675 for her grandson Coenraedt, son of Coenraet ten Eyck, Jr. and Beelitje Hercx;

             1688 for her grandson Herck and 1690 for her granddaughter Wyntie, both children of Johannes Van Vorst and Anneken Hercs;

             1693 for her great grandson Steven, son of Wolfert Ecker & Maritje Sibouts.

        

         Herck Siboutszen was a witness at several baptisms:

             1672 for his granddaughter Marritie, daughter of Siboudt Herckszen and Marritie Abrahams;

             1680 for his granddaughter Marritje, daughter of Coenraed ten Eyck and Belitje Hercx;

             1681 for his granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Evert Aertszen and Merritie Hercx.

        

         Herck and Weyntie were witnesses at several baptisms:

             1678 for Ryck, son of Ryck Abrahamszen and Tryntie Hercx;

             1679 for their grandson Hercules, son of Pieter Breestede & Engeltje Hercx;

             1680 for their granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Theunis Herckszen and Fytie Hendricks;

             1680 for their granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Sibout Herckszen & Marritie Abrahamszen.

        

        

        

         MK Manuscript

         Transcribed by Marilyn Soper

        

         CRANKHITE

        

         1. Herck Sybout(s) born in Langendyck (Languedoc) [N.B. Mackenzie here erroneously equated the Dutch locality of Langendyck with the city of Languedoc in southern France. Langendyck is presumably correct. Thanks to Cor Snabel for pointing this out.] about 1620 (the records of his marriage and first two baptisms of his children give his name as Hendrick) came to New Amsterdam where he married Nov. 16, 1642, Wyntje Theunis born in Naerdan, daughter of Theunis Thomas Quick surnamed de Metselaer of mason. They lived in New Amsterdam until 1654 when they moved to the Arme Bouwery at Hell gate, then a part of Newtown, L.I. While he went by the name of Sybouts and his children by the patronymic Hercx, his grandchildren adopted the surname Cranckheit, later shortened to Crank and Cronk. Children:

        

         2. Sybout bp. 1644 mar. ____ Maritie Abramse Lent

         3. Maritie bp. 1647 mar. 1673 Evert Aertse d. 1735

         4. Tryntje bp. ____ mar. 1760 Ryck Abramse Lent

         5. Belitje bp. 1652 mar. 1675 Conrad Ten Eyck

         6. Engeltje bp. 1654 mar. 1677 Peter Brested

         7. Theunis bp. 1655 mar. 1678 mar. Sophia Hendricks Wilsea

         8. Jan bp. 1657 mar. ____ Grietje _____

         9. Jocobus bp. 1658 mar. ____ Elizabeth Ten Eyck, d. s.p. 1729

         10. Annejte bp. 1662 mar. 1685 Johannes Van Voorst

         11. Jannetje bp. 1664 mar. ____ John Pinken

         mar. ____ _____ Jumens

         12. Ariaentje bp. 1666 mar. 1690 John Ryder

         13. Hillitje bp. 1668 mar. ____ Fredericks

         14. Wyntje bp. ____ mar. ____ John Luyster

         mar. ____ Peter Hoff

        

         2. Sybout Hercx born in New Amsterdam (bp. Dec. 4, 1644) married Maritie Abramse Lent. In 1684 he joined with his Lent brothers-in-law in the purchase of Ryck's Patent, now a part of Peekskill. He lived at the Arme Bouwery until about 1690 when he moved to the "Bay of Cortlandt." He and his wife were still living in 1716. Children:

        

         15. Herck bp. 1670 d.y.

         16. Maritie bp. 1672 mar. 1692 Wolfert Ecker

         17. Abraham bp. 1676 mar. 1695 Antje Buckhout

         18. Wyntje bp. 1680 mar. ____ William Van Tassel

         19. Annetje bp. 1684 mar. ____ John Beselie

         20. Herck bp. 1687 mar. ____ Sophia de Ronds

         21. Jane bp. 1689

         22. Hilletje bp. 1693 mar. ____ Frank Beselie

        

         7. Theunis Hercx born at the Arme Bouwery (bp. July 4, 1655) married Aug. 10, 1679 Sophia Hendricks (dau. of Hendrick Martenszen) Wilsea. They lived at the Arme Bouwery until shortly before 1695 when they settled in Ryck's Patent, later moving to Philipsburgh where he died in the fall of 1709. Children:

        

         23. Wyntje bp. 1680 d.y.

         24. Hendrick bp. 1682 mar. ____ Annetje Bankert

         25. Wyntje bp. 1684 mar. 1705 Abraham de Revier

         26. Herck bp. 1685 mar. 1708 Henena Van Wert

         27. Sybout bp. 1687 mar. 1708 Josyntje "Gardenia"

         28. Margaret bp. 1689

         29. Jocobus bp. 1691 d.y.

         30. Jocobus bp. 1693 mar. 1713 Helena Brant

         31. Jan bp. 1695 mar. 1722 Jane Holmes

         32. Jannetje bp. ____ mar. 1717 Hendrick Brouwer

         33. Sophia bp. 1699

         34. Martin bp. ____ mar. ____ Hester VanTassel

        

         8. Jan Herx born on the Arme "Bouwerie" 1657 (bp. Nov. 28) married Grietje ____, removd to Ryck's Patent about 1696. He and his wife were both living in 1720. Children:

        

         35. Wyntje bp. ____ mar. 1719 Matthys Brouwer

         36. Jan bp. 1697 res. Fishkill

         37. Herrick bp. 1699 mar. ____ Katherine Lent

         38. Sophia bp. 1702

         39. Neyritje bp. 1705

         40. Jacobus bp. 1708 mar. ____ Geertje Lent

        

         17. Abraham (Sybout, Herck) b. Newtown (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. Aug. 16, 1676) married Aug. 14, 1695 Antje (dau. of Matthys) Buckhout, resided in Philipsburgh. Children:

        

         41. Elizabeth bp. 1697

         42. Maritie bp. 1698

         43. Sybout bp. 1701 mar. ____ Grace Hoff

        

         20. Herrick (Sybout, Herck) b. Newtown (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. Nov. 20, 1687) married Sophia (dau. of William) de Ronde, resided in Cortlandt Manor. Children:

        

         44. Magdalena bp. 1713

         45. Maritie bp. 1715 mar. ____ Hendrick Van Tassel

         46. Sybout bp. 1716 mar. ____ Maritie Hoff

         47. William bp. 1718 mar. ____ Maria Elizabeth Steckel

         48. Abraham bp. 1723 mar. Magdalena Simon

         mar. Elizabeth Partrick

         49. Hendrick bp. 1725

         50. Hercules bp. 1727

        

         24. Hendrick (Theunis, Herck) b. Long Island (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. June 21, 1682) married Annetje (dau. of Laurens Matthys) Bankert, resided in Philipsburgh. Children:

        

         51. Theunis bp. 1708 mar. 1728 Annatje Van Tassel

         52. Lourens bp. 1710 mar. 1744 Wyntje Brouwer

         53. Jannetje bp. 1711 mar. 1734 David Foseur

         54. Sophia bp. 1712 d.y.

         55. Wyntje bp. 1714 mar. ____ Abraham Van Wert

         56. Hendrick bp. 1715 mar. 1741 Esther Daniels

         57. Sophia bp. 1717 mar. ____ Jan Neyt

         mar. ____ David Dutcher

         57a. Johannes bp. 1718 d.y.

         58. Johannes bp. 1720 mar. 1743 Hilletje Beselie

         59. Maritie bp. 1722 mar. 1741 John Delanoy

         60. Annatje bp. 1723

         61. Helena bp. 1725 mar. 1750 Hendrick Koel

        

         26. Herrick (Theunis, Herck) b. Long Island (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. Oct. 24, 1685) married in Philipsburgh Nov. 18, 1708 Helena (dau. of Gerret) Van Wert, resided in Irvington. Children:

        

         62. Herrick b. 1709 mar. ____ Helena ____

         mar. ____ Margaret Wilsze

         63. Gerret bp. 1711 mar. 1731 Elizabeth (S?)mith

         64. Jannetje bp. 1713 mar. 1730 Job Becarent (Could be Bocarent)

         65. Lea bp. 1715

         66. Cornelius bp. 1718

         67. Hendrick b. 1720 mar. 1751 Mary de Lange

         68. Rachel b. 1722 mar. 1738 John Cocks

         mar. 1746 Abraham Cranckheit

         69. Catharina bp. 1724 mar. 1742 Jonathan Wheeler

         70. Mary b. ab. 1726 mar. 1742 Dirck Van Tassel

         71. John (?) b. ab. 1728

         72. Theunis bp. 1730

         73. Christina bp. ____ mar. 1753 Hendrick Van Amburgh

        

         27. Sybout (Theunis, Herck) b. Long Island (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. July 3, 1687) married in Philipsburgh Apr. 14, 1708 Josyntje (dau. of Albert) Gardenier, resided in Philipsburgh, probably Greenburgh. Children:

        

         74. Samuel bp. 1710 mar. Maritie Bros

         75. Maritie bp. 1712 mar. Matthys Brouwer

         76. Sophia bp. 1715

         77. Josyntje bp. 1717

         78. Jacob bp. 1720 mar. ____ Margaretta Willem

         79. Abraham bp. 1720 mar. 1746 Rachel Canckheit

         80. Rachel bp. 1723

         81. Sybout bp. 1725

         82. Henry bp. ____ mar. ____ Deborah Lawrence

        

         30. Jacobus (Theunis, Herck) b. Long Island (written in at the Arme Bouwery) (bp. May 21, 1693) married Abigail (dau. of Jeremiah) Canniff; he married Dec. 15, 1713 Helena Brant. He lived in Poughkeepsie until 1717, in Fishkill 1718-9, and settled in Cortlandt about 1720. Children:

        

         83. Sophia bp. 1714

         84. Neeltje bp. 1716

         85. Jeremiah b. 1718

         86. Jacobus bp. 1721

         87. Theunis bp. 1721

         88. Sybout bp. 1724

         89. Helena bp. 1727

        

         31. Jan (Theunis, Herck) b. Ryck's Patent (bp. June 2, 1695) removed to New York where he married May 26, 1722 Jane (dau. of George) Holmes of Bushwyck. They settled in Cortlandt about 1723. Children:

        

         90. Theunis bp. 1722

         91. George bp. 1724

         92. John bp. 1727

        

         34. Martin (Theunis, Herck) b. Ryck's Patent about 1701, removed as a child to Philipsburgh. He married about 1724 Hester (dau. of Cornelis) Van Tassel, resided in Philipsburgh. Children:

        

         92. Theunis bp. 1725

         93. Sara bp. 1727 mar. 1750 Amon Guion

         94. Lea bp. 1729 mar. ____ Abraham Lent

         95. Rachel bp. 1729 d.y.

         96. Jannetje bp. 1732

         97. Amy bp. 1737 mar. 1758 Jacob Christiaense

         98. Johannis bp. 1738

         99. Maritie bp. ____ mar. ____ Abraham Van Wert

         100. Esther bp. 1743

         101. Rachel bp. 1748

        

         37. Herrick (Jan, Herck) b. Ryck's Patent (bp. Apr. 24, 1699) married Katherine (dau. of Abraham) Lent, resided in Ryck's Patent until about 1763 when he moved to Saratoga with sons:

        

         102. John b. ____ res. Ballstown 1790

         103. Abraham b. 1742 mar. ____ Rachel de Ronde, res. Stillwater

         104. Hercules b. ____ res. Saratoga and New Brunswick, Canada

        

         40. Jacobus (Jan, Herck) b. Ryck's Patent (bp. June 1, 1708) married Geertje or Charity (dau. of Abraham) Lent, resided in Ryck's Patent, died about 1773. Children:

        

         105. James bp. 1737 mar. ____ Hester Lent

         mar. ____ Naomi Baker

         106. Hannah b. ____ mar. ____ Peter Montross, d. 1824

         107. Maria b. ____ mar. ____ _____ Teller

         mar. ____ Hercules Lent

         108. Margaret b. ____ mar. ____ John Lent

        

         43. Sybout (Abraham, Sybout, Herck) b. Philipsburgh 1701, married Mar. 29, 1729 Grace (dau. of Engel) Hoff. He was living in Philipstown, Putnam Co., in 1744, removed to Rombout's Precinct, Dutchess Co., before 1752. Children on record:

        

         109. Maritie bp. 1731

         110. Anna b. ab. 1735 mar. ____ Enoch Nelson

         111. Grace b. ab. 1748 mar. 1767 Adam Partrick

         112. Theunis bp. 1752

        

         46. Sybout (Herrick, Sybout, Herck) b. Cortland Manor, probably Ryck's Patent, (bp. Apr. 18, 1716), married Maria (dau. of Engel) Hoff, removed to Fishkill before 1752 and to Kinderhook before 1764. He had sons:

        

         113. Simon bp. 1752 res. Stephentown, Rensselaer Co.

         114. John b. ____ res. Stephentown

         115. David bp. 1760 mar. Christina Jacoby, res. Rensselaer Co.

        

         47. William (Herrick, Sybout, Herck) b. Cortlandt Manor (bp. Apr. 22,

        

         1718) removed to Rhinebeck where he married Maria Elizabeth (dau. of Nicholas) Steckel. Children:

        

         117. Abraham bp. 1750 mar. ____ Gert Schuck

         118. Annatje bp. 1751

         119. Nicholas bp. 1755

         120. Wilhelmus bp. 1757

         121. Magdalena bp. ____ mar. ____ Matthys Lewys

         122. Frederick bp. ____ mar. ____

         123. Eva bp. ____ mar. ____ Simon Hoffman

         124. Elizabeth bp. 1768 mar. ____ Christian Kohilach

        

         48. Abraham (Herrick, Sybout, Herck) b. Cortlandt Manor (bp. June 9, 1723) removed to Rhinebeck where he married Magdalena Simon and had daughter:

        

         125. Anna Maria bp. 1751

        

         He married second, Elizabeth Partrick and had:

        

         126. Taitje bp. 1756

         127. Isaiah bp. 1759

         128. Mattheus bp. 1761

         129. Isaac bp. 1772

        

         49. Hendrick (Herrick, Sybout, Herck) b. Cortlandt Manor (bp. June 29, 1725) removed to Fishkill before 1755. Children:

        

         130. Hendrick bp. ____ mar. ____ Ariaentje VanVoorst

         131. Elizabeth bp. 1755

        

         50. Hercules (Herrick, Sybout, Herck) b. Cortlandt Manor (bp. June 24, 1727) removed to New Jersey and thence before 1768 to Anson (Mecklenburg) County, N.C., probably Charlottesville where he is known definitely to have been living from 1779 on. Children:

        

         132. ________ bp. _____ mar. ____ Richard Oliver

         133. Elizabeth bp. ____ mar. _____, _____ Uiter

         134. Abraham bp. ____ res. Clark Co. KY 1800

         135. Isaac b. 1769 mar. 1788 Dolly Cook, d. Kentucky 1848

         136. John bp. ____ mar. 1799 Keturah Kelly, d. Kentucky 1847

         51. Theunis (Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. June 1, 1708) married Nov. 2, 1728, Annatje (dau. of Jacob) Van Tassel, resided in Philipsburgh until he moved to Hopewell, Dutchess Co., some time between 1741 and 1745. He was living in 1758 but probably died before 1767 when his wife alone was a sponsor at the baptism of her granddaughter Aeltje. Children:

         137. Aeltje bp. 1735 mar. 1752 John Ferguson

         138. Jacob bp. 1737 mar. 1755 Anne Ferguson

         139. John bp. 1739 mar. 1760 Deborah Kenney

         mar. 1766 Susannah Hoff

         140. Abraham bp. 1741 mar. 1762 Wyntje Hoff

         56. Hendrick (Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. June 11, 1715) married Oct. 10, 1740, Esther Daniels, resided in Philipsburgh. Children:

         141. Hendrick bp. ____ mar. 1763 Mary Williams

         142. Maria bp. 1754

         143. Antye bp. 1756

         144. Hester bp. 1759

         145. John bp. 1763

         146. Rebecca bp. 1767

         59. Johannes (Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Aug. 31, 1720) married Dec. 3, 1743 Hilletje (dau. of Frank) Beselie, resided in Philipsburgh, removed to Hopewell, Dutchess Co., before 1765. Children on record:

         147. Hilletje bp. 1744 d.y.

         148. Timothy bp. 1749

         149. Hilletje bp. 1749

         150. Magdalene bp. 1765

         63. Herrick (Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh 1709, married Helena ______. He married before 1743 Margaret (dau. of Theunis) Wilsze, widow of Nicholas Dent, resided in Philipsburgh, died before 1763. (Dent could be Lent??) Children:

         151. Helena bp. 1738

         152. Gerret bp. ____ mar. ____ Susannah ____, res. Philipstown

         64. Gerret (Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. June 5, 1711) married Mar. 3, 1731, Elizabeth Smith, resided in Philipsburgh. Children:

         153. Helena bp. 1732

         154. Gerret bp. 1734 mar. ____ Lea Ecker

         155. Annatje bp. 1736 mar. 1757 Dennis Gerretson

         156. Maritie bp. 1741 mar. ____ Isaac Lent

         mar. 1788 James Bahre

         157. Theunis bp. 1743 enlisted under Capt. Bayeux 1760, d. 1760

         158. Hercules bp. 1745 mar. 1768 Mary Lawrence

         68. Hendrick (Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh 1720, removed to Rombout, Dutchess Co., where he married Feb. 20, 1751, Mary (dau. of Arrie) de Lange. They removed to Claverack, Columbia Co., before 1759 and to Hoosick before the Revolution. After the war they moved to Canajoharie where they were living in 1790 and later to Mindem where he died between Mar. 7th and Aug. 24th, 1810. His widow died about 1811. Children:

         159. Mary b. Nov. 14, 1751

         160. Theunis b. July 27, 1753 mar. ____ Mary _____

         161. Aurey b. Nov. 14, 1757 mar. 1776 Phebe Cranckehit

         162. Cornelius b. Aug. 10, 1759 mar. 1782 Hannah Overacker

         163. Anna b. July 8, 1762

         164. Hannah b. Oct. 31, 1764

         165. Henry b. Jan. 9, 1768 mar. ____ Hannah Shafer

         166. Jacob b. June 11, 1771 mar. ____ Elizabeth Sale

         167. Elche b. Jan. 3, 1774 mar. ____ James De Lange

         168. John b. Apr. 21, 1777 mar. ____ Hannah Sale

         71. John (Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh about 1728, probably accompanied brother Hendrick to Rombout and Claverack. He had:

         169. Lena b. or bp. ____ mar.____ David Holbert res. Claverack

         170. John b. or bp. ____ mar.____ Maria Kreissler res. Claverack

         72. Theunis (Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Apr. 11, 1730) died in Montgomery County 1787. There is every reason to believe that he accompanied Hendrick to Rombout, Claverack, Hoosick and Canajoharie, that he was living in Hoosick before and during the Revolution and the father of:

         171. John b. ____ mar. 1782 Lois Gifford

         74. Samuel (Sybout, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Nov. 8, 1710) married Maritie Bros, was living in Cortlandt 1747. Children:

         172. Sybout b.____ mar. ____ Jane Westvaal, res. Schagticoke

         173. Jacob b. ____ mar. ____Polly Johnson, res. Schagticoke

         174. Rachel bp. 1747

         78. Jacob (Sybout, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Apr. 19, 1720) married Margaretta Willem, resided in Hyde Park. He had sons:

         175. Hendrick b. 1745 mar. ____ Maria Jackson, res. Rhinebeck

         176. Timothy b. 1748 mar. Deborah Brown

         85. Jeremiah (Jacobus, Theunis, Herck) b. Fishkill about 1718, resided in Cortlandt. Children:

         177. Isaac b. ____

         178. Abraham b. ____ mar. ____ Cornelia Briggs

         179. Jane b. ____ mar. ____ Cornelius Lamberts

         180. Jacobus b. ____

         106. James (Jacobus, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Ryck's Patent (bp. Oct. 8, 1737) married Hester (dau. of Hendrick) Lent and had daughter:

         181. Catherine b. 1765 mar. 1787 Abraham Depew, d. 1847

         He married about 1771, Naomi Baker. He was commissioned a captain in Col. Van Cortlandt's regiment of militia Oct. 19, 1775. He lived in Ryck's Patent until some time after 1804 when he moved to Albany County. Children by second wife:

         182. Rachel b. 1773 mar. 1796 John Montross

         183. Esther b. 1775

         184. Gertrude b. 1778 mar. 1804 John Angus

         185. Anna b. 1783 mar. 1808 James D. Lent, d. 1861

         186. Maria b. 1787 mar. ____ Samuel Lent

         138. Jacob (Theunis, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Apr. 27, 1737) married in Hopewell, Dec. 4, 1755, Ann Ferguson, removed to Hoosick where he died before Oct. 17, 1796 when letters of administration were granted to his widow. Children:

         187. Stephen b. 1756 mar. 1781 Caty F(?)reenam

         188. Phebe b. 1758 mar. 1776 Aurey Cranckheit, d. 1815

         189. Alcha b. 1760 mar. ___ Jonathan Case, d. 1848

         190. Anna b. 1764

         191. John b. ____ mar. ____ Miriam Hiatt

         192. Elijah b. ____ mar. ____ Betsey Sickels

         193. Jacob b. 1778 mar.____ Bathsheba Surdam (last name not clear) d. 1849

         194. Merriam b. 1784 mar. ____ Sheldon Center

         139. John (Theunis, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Apr. 10, 1739) married in Hopewell Oct. 14, 1760, Deborah Kenney and had:

         195. Mary b. Feb. 14, 1762 d.y.

         196. Peter b. Aug. 24, 1763 mar. ____Rachel Palmer

         He married Jan. 29, 1766, Susannah (dau. of Lawrence) Hoff. He lived in Hopewell and later in Stanford where he died 1816. Children by second wife:

         197. Lawrence b. Nov. 15, 1766

         198. Jacob b.____

         199. John b. June 13, 1770

         200. Deborah b. June 16, 1774 mar. ____ _____Beard

         201. Phebe b. June 14, 1777 mar. ____ _____Jaslin

         202. Anthony b. June 17, 1778

         203. Reuben b. Aug. 10, 1779

         204. Philip b. July 30, 1781

         205. Sarah b. Sep. 9, 1783 unmar.

         206. William b. May 5, 1786

         207. Susannah b. July 7, 1788 mar. ____ _____Tripp.

         140. Abraham (Theunis, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Oct. 20, 1741) married in Hopewell, Aug. 4, 1762, Wyntje (dau. of Lawrence) Hoff. He resided in Hopewell until after the revolution when he moved to Canada and died in Sophiu(?)sburg in March 1811. Children:

         208. Matthew bp. 1765

         209. Aeltje bp. 1767

         210. Jacob bp. 1769

         211. Abraham bp. 1771 d.y.

         212. Sarah bp. 1773

         213. Enoch bp. ____

         214. Abraham b. 1777

         215. Reuben b. ____

         216. John b. ____

         217. Phebe b. ____

         141. Hendrick (Hendrick, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh about 1742, married Dec. 17, 1762, Mary (dau. of Robert) Williams, resided in Ossining, died before 1790. He had sons:

         218. Henry b. ____ mar. 1788 Hannah Sherwood

         219. Robert bp. 1766 mar. ____ Sarah _____ d. 1830

         154. Gerret (Gerret, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Apr. 23, 1734) married Lea (dau. of Stephen) Ecker, resided in Mount Pleasant. Children:

         220. Gerret bp. 1759 mar. 1789 Susanna Requa

         221. Dennis bp. 1761 mar. 1788 Anna VanWert

         222. John bp. 1765

         223. Engeltje bp. 1770

         224. William bp. 1773

         155. Hercules (Gerret, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Aug. 20, 1745) married Nov. 9, 1768, Mary (dau. of Thomas) Lawrence, resided in Mount Pleasant, died before 1790. Children:

         225. Nathaniel b. June 9, 1769

         226. Sarah b. June 14, 1771

         227. Lawrence b. Jan. 13, 1774

         228. Catherine b. ____ mar. ____ John Devoe

         160. Theunis (Hendrick, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Rombout July 27, 1753, removed as a child to Claverack and later to Hoosick. He married Mary Banker (b. 1763) and settled in Canajoharie where he died in June or July 1797. His will names children:

         229. Henry (no dates)

         230. John (no dates)

         231. Auly (no dates)

         232. Abraham (no dates)

         233. Peter (no dates)

         234. Isaac (no dates)

         161. Aurey (Hendrick, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Nov. 14, 1757, probably in Claverack, moved to Hoosick where he married April 13, 1776, Pebe (dau. of Jacob) Cranckheit, died 1815. Children:

         235. Jacob A. b. July 11, 1778 mar. ____ Polly Cronk

         236. Ezekiel b. Jan. 24, 1780 mar. ____ Esther _____, d. 1823

         237. Anna b. Apr. 25, 1781 mar. 1810 Jeptha Mosely

         238. Henry A. b. Feb. 28, 1783 mar. ____ Hannah Surdam

         239. Mary b. May 28, 1786 d.y.

         240. Phebe b. Feb. 7, 1788 mar. ____ James Aiken

         241. Alche b. Nov. 12, 1789 mar. 1808 Robert Beebe

         242. Deborah b. ____1791 mar. ____Alexander Wilson

         243. Aurey b. June 12, 1794

         244. Hannah b. Aug. 19, 1798

         162. Cornelius (Hendrick, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Claverack Aug. 10, 1759, removed to Hoosick where he married Apr. 28, 1782 Hannah Overacker, settled in Minden where he died in May 1805. Children:

         245. Mary b. 1783

         246. William b. 1785

         247. Henry C. b. 1788 mar. 1810 Sarah Delavan

         248. John (no dates)

         249. Hannah (no dates)

         250. Elizabeth (no dates)

         251. Margaret (no dates)

         165. Henry (Hendrick, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Claverack Jan. 9, 1768, married Hannah Shafer. He was living in Canajoharie in 1790. Children:

         252. Hannah b. 1790 mar. ____ William Greene Jr., d. 1882

         253. Jacob b. ____ mar. ____ Betsy O(?)tonk (Cronk?)

         254. Cornelius (no dates)

         255. John (no dates)

         256. Henry b. 1800 mar. ____ Sallie Brown

         257. Polly (no dates)

         258. Jeremiah (no dates)

         259. James (no dates)

         260. Eliza (no dates)

         261. Alida b. ____ mar. ____ _____ Ecker

         166. Jacob (Hendrick, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. June 11, 1771, was living with his father in Canajoharie 1790. He married Elizabeth Sale, died May 22, 1844. Children:

         262. Hannah b. Dec. 12, 1792 mar. ____ Joel Scudder

         263. Polly b. Sep. 12, 1793 mar. ____ John Barnhart

         264. Betsy b. Sep. 12, 1793 mar. ____ Jacob Cronk

         265. Aaron b. ____ 1795 mar. ____ Catherine Milton

         mar. ____ Hannah Lake

         266. Elsie b. ____ mar. ____ John Robens

         267. John b. _____ mar. ____ Sally Springsteen

         268. James b. May 17, 1804 mar. ____ Lucinda Van Brunt

         269. Malina b. May 17, 1804 mar. ____ Preservia Bullock

         270. Catherine b. Jan. 1807 mar. ____ J. S. Springer

         178. Abraham (Jeremiah, Jacobus, Theunis, Herck) b. Cortlandt about 1742, enlisted in Capt. Haight's company 1759. He married Cornelia (dau. of George) Briggs, resided in Cortlandt, died 1803. Children:

         271. James (no dates)

         272. Catherine (no dates)

         273. Mary (no dates)

         274. Phebe (no dates)

         275. Abraham b. ab. 1776

         276. Abigail b. 1779

         277. Isaac b. 1781

         278. John (no dates)

         279. Hester (no dates)

         280. Sarah (no dates)

         281. Ann (no dates)

         282. Elizabeth (no dates)

         283. Hannah (no dates)

         187. Stephen (Jacob, Theunis, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Hopewell 1756, married 1781 Caty Freeman, resided in Hoosick. Children:

         284. Jeremiah b. 1782 mar. ____ Philena Lewis

         285. Polly b. 1784 mar. ____ Jacob A. Cronk

         mar. ____ _____ Adams

         286. Phebe b. 1786 mar. ____ Jesse Irons

         287. Hannah b. 1788 mar. ____ Nathan Miller

         288. Stephen b. 1790 mar. ____ Sarah Wildey d. 1867

         289. Marion b. 1794 mar. ____ Leander Scudder

         290. Hiram b. 1796

         291. Penelope b. 1798 mar. ____ Rev. Ashbal Carter

         292. John b. 1800 d.y.

         191. John (Jacob, Theunis, Hendrick, Theunis, Herck) b. probably about 1766, married Miriam Hiatt, resided in Hoosick, died before Feb. 3, 1821. Children:

         293. Gilbert (no dates)

         294. James (no dates)

         295. Hiram (no dates)

         296. John (no dates)

         297. Adelia b. 1807

         298. Diadema b. 1809

         220. Gerret (Gerret, Gerret, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh in January 1759, enlisted at Ramapo, N.J., in June 1776. He was taken prisoner by the British and sent to Long Island where he escaped by swimming. He re-enlisted and served seven years in the southern states in Capt. Egleston's company of Lee's Dragoons, and was mustered out at the head of Elk Creek, Pennsylvania in August 1783. He married Susannah (dau. of Daniel) Requa, Jan. 8, 1789. He moved to Lisle, Broome Co., where he was living in 1826 when he was granted a pension. Later he lived in Delaware Township, Mercer Co., Iowa, where he died Apr. 29, 1844. His widow died in Belvue, Jackson Co., Iowa, 1851 aged 83. Children:

         299. Margaret. b. Oct. 3, 1790 mar. 1809 Nicholas Hardenburgh, d. 1862

         300. Thomas H. b. Feb. 25, 1795, d. 1830

         301. William b. May 7, 1797, d. 1837

         302. Dennison b. June 6, 1805 mar. ____ Sarah Crashone?

         221. Dennis (Gerret, Gerret, Herrick, Theunis, Herck) b. Philipsburgh (bp. Sept. 12, 1761) married Mar. 14, 1788, Anne/a (dau. of Martin) Van Wert, widow of Benjamin Smith. He died Apr. 3, 1844 and lies buried in the Presbyterian church yard in Elmsford. Children:

         303. James b. Jan. 9, 1789 mar. ____ Elizabeth _____, d. 1863

         304. Lena b. Mar. 27, 1791 d. unmar. 1864

         305. Sally b. Apr. 30, 1794

         306. Colby Brewer b. Mar. 20, 1797

         307. Stephen V.?. b. Jan. 27, 1800

         308. Elisha Purdy b. July 18, 1802 mar. ____Mary Ann Hammond, d. 1859.

         He married Wyntie Theunis Quick, married 16/Nov/1642.

 

1033.   Wyntie Theunis Quick, b. in Naerdan, Holland.

         Born in Noorden, North Holland.

        

         Wyntie Tuenis was a witness at several baptisms:

             1665 for her neice Janneken, daughter of Jacobus de Key and Hillegond Theunis, and another child of Jacobus and Hellegond in 1672;

             1672 for her nephew Kersten, son of Kersten Luurzen and Geertie Theunis;

             1675 for her grandson Coenraedt, son of Coenraet ten Eyck, Jr. and Beelitje Hercx;

             1688 for her grandson Herck and 1690 for her granddaughter Wyntie, both children of Johannes Van Vorst and Anneken Hercs;

             1693 for her great grandson Steven, son of Wolfert Ecker & Maritje Sibouts.

        

         Herck Siboutszen was a witness at several baptisms:

             1672 for his granddaughter Marritie, daughter of Siboudt Herckszen and Marritie Abrahams;

             1680 for his granddaughter Marritje, daughter of Coenraed ten Eyck and Belitje Hercx;

             1681 for his granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Evert Aertszen and Merritie Hercx.

        

         Herck and Weyntie were witnesses at several baptisms:

             1678 for Ryck, son of Ryck Abrahamszen and Tryntie Hercx;

             1679 for their grandson Hercules, son of Pieter Breestede & Engeltje Hercx;

             1680 for their granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Theunis Herckszen and Fytie Hendricks;

             1680 for their granddaughter Wyntie, daughter of Sibout Herckszen & Marritie Abrahamszen.

        

         On 16 Nov 1642 Wyntie Tuenis married Herck Siboutszen (Cranckheyt) (19) , in New Amsterdam Reformed Church.  Henricus Sibelszen, j.m. van Langendyck, en Marritje Theunis, j.d. Van Naerden. Born ca 1620 in Langendyck. Herck Siboutszen died ca 1681/1684.  Occupation: ship carpenter. Religion: Huguenot.

        

         Herck and Wyntje lived in New Amsterdam until 1654 when they moved to the Arme Bouwery at Hell gate, then a part of Newtown, LI. While he went by the name of Sybouts and his children by the patronymic Hercx, his grandchildren adopted the surname Krankheit

        

         Herck had a farm in the Arm Bowery by the Hell's Gate, then part of Newtown, Long Island. He received a patent for his land in Newtown 2 Jul 1754 and was a freeholder there in 1666

        

         Their children include:

            36        i.          Sybout Herrickse (1644->1716)         

            37        ii.          Maryken Hercx (1647-1735)  

            38        iii.         Catriena Hercksen (ca1650-)  

            39        iv.         Beletie Hercx (1652-)  

            40        v.         Engeltie Hercx (1654-)

            41        vi.         Theunnis Herrickse (1655-1709)         

            42        vii.        Jan Herrikz (1657->1720)       

            43        viii.       Jacobus (1658-1729)  

            44        ix.         Annetie Hercks (1662-)           

            45        x.         Jannetie Hercx (1664-)

            46        xi.         Arianentie (1666-)       

            47        xii.        Hilletie (1668-)

            48        xiii.       Pieter (1670-) 

            49        xiv.       Joseph (<1681-)         

            50        xv.        Weyntie (1675-)          

        

        

         .

 

1034.   Hendrick Martensen Wiltsee, b. May/1623 in on Atlantic Ocean, d. 1670.

         from the Van Woert Genealogy by Irving Van Woert he changed the name to Wiltsee

        

        

         On 10 Jan 1659/60 Hendrick Martenszen married Margrietje Jensen Meyers, daughter of Jan Meyers & Treuntje Straitsman, in New Amsterdam Reformed Church.  Hendrick Martenszen, j.m. Van Coppenhagen, en Margariet Meyers, Wede. Van Herman Janszen.

        

         Their children include:

            430      i.          Sophia Hendricksen (ca1660->1725)  

            431      ii.          Jannetje Hendricks (1662->1702)       

            432      iii.         Barbara (Died young) (1664-) 

            433      iv.         Martin Hendricksen (ca1667->1742)  

            434      v.         Hendrick Hendrickson (ca1668-)        

            435      vi.         Meyndert Hendricksen (ca1672-ca1700)        

            436      vii.        Theunis Hendricksen (ca1674-ca1741)

            437      viii.       Jacob Hendricksen (ca1676->1742)    .

         He married (1) _____ _____, married BEF 1659, d. 1670.

         He married (2) Margrietie (Mayerts) Meyeringhs, married 10 Jan 1660 in Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York.

 

1035.   Margrietie (Mayerts) Meyeringhs.

         from the Van Woert Genealogy by Irving Van Woert had 8 known children from 2nd marriage to Hendrick.

         She married (1) Herman Jansen.

         She married (2) Hendrick Martensen Wiltsee, married 10 Jan 1660 in Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York, b. May/1623, d. 1670.

 

1038.   Hendrick Harmenson.  He married Egbertie Jans.

 

1039.   Egbertie Jans.

 

1040.   Nicholas De Veaux, b. ABT 1642 in Annis, France.  He married Maria (Maritie) See.

 

1041.   Maria (Maritie) See.

 

1042.   Paulus (Pieter Paulus) Jerckse.

         http://www.cet.com/~yerxa/New/pafg01.htm

         Scott Yerxa      yerxa@cet.com.

         He married Styntie Jans (?).

 

1043.   Styntie Jans (?).

         http://www.cet.com/~yerxa/New/pafg01.htm

         Scott Yerxa      yerxa@cet.com.

 

1044.   Isaac See.  He married Esther See.

 

1045.   Esther See.

 

1048.   Jean Davids.

         Jean Davids was born in France and was living on the Island of St.

         Christopher where he probably met Ester Vincent, born on the Isle of

         Re., and was married there. They lived on the Island of St. Mark in the

         West Indies and eventually settled in Laval, Canada where Jean was an

         Indian trader, often away from home for more than a year at a time.

         These "courcurs de bois" or forest runners lived like the Indians and

         often lived with them.here

         Jean was an Indian trader, often away from home for more than a year at

         a time. These "courcurs de bois" or forest runners lived like the

         Indians and often lived with them.

        

         Jean Davids did this for over 20 years. When the Esopus Indians

         attacked Kingston, NY in 1663 and captured many of the inhabitants, the

         townspeople enlisted the help of Jean Davids and some Mohawk Indians to

         negotiate their return.

        

         The family moved to Kingston, NY in 1687 and were members of the 1st

         Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY which was a Dutch Reformed Church. The

         Davids moved To NY, NY before 1694 because their youngest son Daniel was

         baptized in the French Huguenot Church of the Holy Spirit in April

         1694. Their married daughter, Margaret Montross, and her family also

         came with the Davids to Kingston.

         He married Esther Vincent.

 

1049.   Esther Vincent.

 

1050.   Hendrick (Van) Lent, baptized 28/Sep/1662.

         REF -- MK

        

         Hendrick Abramson was baptized in New Amsterdam Reformed Church on 28 Sep 1662.  Hendrick, son of Abraham Rycke &Grietie Hendricks, no witnesses.

        

         Henrick was an Elder in the Old Dutch Church in Tarrytown where he lived. He adopted the family name Van Lent, or simply Lent.  Check out Riker's Annals of Newtown.

         He married Catherine Van Tassel.

 

1051.   Catherine Van Tassel.

         Catharina Van Texel, wife of Hendrick Lent, is 87th on the member list of the Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.

        

         Hendrik and Cathrina were witnesses at several baptisms:

             1681 for Cathrina's brother Willem;

             1698 for Anna, daughter of Willem & Betty De Puw;

             1707 for their grandson Hendrick, son of Abraham & Maria Van Lent;

             1708 for their grandson Hendrick, son of Carel and Antje (Van Lent) Davidssen; and

             1709 for their nephew Johannes, son of Jan Van Texel and wife Catharina;

             1711 for their granddaughter Catharina, daughter of Abram & Marytie Lent.

        

         ca 1680 Catrina married Hendrick Abramson Lent, son of Abraham Rycken (ca 1600-1610-ca 1689) & Grietie Hendricks Harmansen. Born in 1662 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland Colony. 

        

        

        

        

        

        

         http://www.reink.nu/genealogy/gen1&2.html        

        

         VAN TASSEL genealogy, Generations 1 & 2

        

         Catrina Van TEXEL was born in Midout, Flatbush, Long Island NY. Hendrick LENT was

         baptized in the Dutch Reform Church in New Amsterdam Holland 9/28/1662. Henrick was an

         Elder in the Old Dutch Church in Tarrytown Westchester Co NY where he lived. Hendrick

         adopted the family name of "LENT" and over the years, his descendants can be found in the

         records of Westchester Co, and scattered to other places. (See Riker Annuels of Newton).

 

1052.   Jan Cornelis Van Tassel.

         Jan and Annetje resided in Midwont (Flatbush), LI. His name appears on the Flatbush records as Jan Cornelissen and as Jan Cornelissen Van Texel. On 12 Mar 1662 he received a grant of 60 morgens (120 acres) of land there.

        

         Jan Cornelisen and Antje Van Texel are 80th and 81st on the member list of the Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.

        

         On 1 May 1657 Jan Cornelis married Annetje Alberts Koning (78) , daughter of Albert Koning (26), in New Amsterdam.  Born in 1640 in New Amsterdam. Annetje Alberts was baptized in New Amsterdam Reformed Church on 3 Jun 1640. Anne, daughter of Albert Cuyne, witnesses Jorgien Roelofs Sargt. Engel Mans [wife of Borger Joriszen], & Anneken Rous.

        

         Jan Cornelize and Antje were witnesses at the 1697 baptism of their granddaughter Cornelia, daughter of Hendrick and Catharina (Van Texel) Abramzen.

         He married Annetje Alberts.

 

1053.   Annetje Alberts, baptized 3/Jun/1640.

        

        

         Annetje Alberts was baptized in New Amsterdam Reformed Church on 3 Jun 1640. Anne, daughter of Albert Cuyne, witnesses Jorgien Roelofs Sargt. Engel Mans [wife of Borger Joriszen], & Anneken Rous.

        

         Jan Cornelize and Antje were witnesses at the 1697 baptism of their granddaughter Cornelia, daughter of Hendrick and Catharina (Van Texel) Abramzen.

        

         On 1 May 1657 Annetje Alberts married Jan Cornelis Van Texel (105) , son of Cornelis Jansen Van Texel (32) & Catoneras, in New Amsterdam.  Born ca 1625.   Jan Cornelis died ca 1704.

        

         Jan and Annetje resided in Midwont (Flatbush), LI. His name appears on the Flatbush records as Jan Cornelissen and as Jan Cornelissen Van Texel. On 12 Mar 1662 he received a grant of 60 morgens (120 acres) of land there.

        

         Jan Cornelisen and Antje Van Texel are 80th and 81st on the member list of the Sleepy Hollow Reformed Church.

 

1054.   Joost Casper Springsteen.  He married Magdelena (poss. Joost) Jans.

 

1055.   Magdelena (poss. Joost) Jans.

 

1792.   Richard (Twin) Nottingham, b. 1650/52 in est. by m. age, Northampton, Virginia, d. 2 Sep 1728 in will written, buried: 13 May 1729 in will proved.

         proof of death--(B XXIV Rf.187) 1704 rent roll owned 350 acres--Va Mag H. and Bio. vol 34 p. 318.

         He married (1) Mary Clarke, married 29 Jan 1672 in Northampton Co., Virginia, d. 27 Oct 1698 in after this date.

         He married (2) Lidia Smith, married 15 May 1711 in prior to date, Northampton Co., Virginia.

         He married (3) Elizabeth Johnson(?), married 1720/28, d. AFT 16 MAY 1741 in bef 11 Nov 1746, Northampton, Virginia.

 

1793.   Mary Clarke, d. 27 Oct 1698 in after this date.

         Step-daughter of Richard Bundick  (WB XV f. 99; DBXI f. 44) daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Clarke.

 

1808.   Ezekial Eldredge, b. ABT 1666 in Yarmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, d. AFT 6 JUN 1710 in will written, will proved, 2 Feb 1712.  He married Sarah Hand, married 1693.

 

1809.   Sarah Hand, b. 1677, d. 25 Jul 1742 in age 60 yrs.

         dob may be 22/Sep/1673.

         She married (1) Ezekial Eldredge, married 1693, b. ABT 1666, d. AFT 6 JUN 1710 in will written, will proved, 2 Feb 1712.

         She married (2) Jacob Spicer, married 6 May 1715.

 

1816.   David Hildreth.

         HFA

        

         David was a farmer in Cape May County, New Jersey, and owned land called "Indian Point" where the family resided. He also had other parcels in the county. His property was divided among several of his children at his death (1). David wrote his will 1 Dec 1731 in which he named his wife, Elizabeth, and children Joshua, Jonathan, Joseph, James, David, Noah, and Mercy. Joshua and Jonathan being under age 20; Mercy being under age 18 and Noah under age at the time. All his property was divided in his will and his wife duly cared for during her lifetime.

         (1) Refers to Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol II 1730-1750 Part 1, p236, by W'm Nelson & A. Van Doren Honeyman. Heritage Books Inc, 1994.

         He married Elizabeth _____.

 

1817.   Elizabeth _____