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Notes for John Lawrence Dye

The Family of John Lawrence Dye & Anna Moore (Brown?)

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John Laurens Dey
John Laurens Dey was born about 1680 in Staten Island, New York. He was the son of Hans Laurentszen Duyts and Sara Hance Vincent Fontaine. John Dey Sr. died before 8 March 1750/1751 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey (Machaponix?). He married Anne **** (Brown?) who was born before 1700 in New York. Her parents are not known. Anne died about Dec 1763 in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

[From a letter written by J. Warren Dey in 1902 to E.M. Dye - sent to me by Tom Robertshaw]


" On 21st day of Dec. 1725, he purchased from Mindert Johnson of the township of perth amboy (northern most X on the map to the righ) 200 acres of land, bounded on the south by Millstone river, and on this tract he settled. This land is located near Prospect Plains and Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey, (southern most X on the map to the right) and is now (1902) owned and occupied by "Brick House" John Dey a descendant of William Dey of 1718 (son of John Laurens Dey). The "farm" was approximately 17 miles south of Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
Note that Prospect Plains is just north (less than 3 miles) of Cranbury, New Jersey.


The farm was known as the Old Church Farm and was occupied for at least 125 years by John Dey and his kin."


In Dye Data, volume 3, maps of the land ownership around Old Church Farm were presented. [Several of these images are large so the download time may be extensive on a slow modem] The veracity of these interesting pieces of history is being investigated at this time.

From Regina Berry: "Will of John Dey; New Jersey Colonial Archives ; will dated 1 October 1750, proved 8 March 1750/1. Names wife Anne ___ (Brown?) and children :


John Dey married Mary Applegate (there is some disagreement as to the name of John's wife). - born on Staten Island, New York in 1711 and he died in Monmouth County, New Jersey in 1772

Anne Dey was born in 1715 on Staten Island, Nework and died in 1792 in NJ. Married Lawrence (Laurens) Dey who was born around 1700 in New Jersey and died after 1750 in New Jersey. His mother was Margaret Dey and his father was James Hance Dey. Anne and Lawrence were effectively first cousins. He was the son of John Dey's half-brother Jeams Dey. They had 8 children. A Lawrence Dye (Dey?) served in the New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War.

William Dey was born in 1718 on Staten Island, Richmond County, New York and died in 1784 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey. . Married Margaret Salter (her parents are not known). William and Margaret had at least 12 children and William, John, and Kenneth moved to Mason County, Kentucky by ____?

James Dey - born in 1720 in Staten Island (?), New York, and died in 1764 in New Jersey. Married Sarah Leach. Their son Andrew Dye migrated to Miami County, Ohio around 1770.

David Dye - born in 1725 in Middlesex County, NJ and died in 1776 in New Jersey. Married Hannah Disbrow. [Sarah Applegate, sister of Mary Applegate had married her cousin Anthony Applegate. His mother was Hannah Disbrow. Was David's wife related?]

Vincent Dye - born in 1726 in Middlesex, County, New Jersey and died on August 4, 1796 in Prince William County, Virginia. Married Sarah Artepe on September 1, 1746 in Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was born on January 9, 1727 in Somerset, New Jersey and died on October 2, 1797 in Prince William, Virginia. He was Ezekiel Dye's uncle. Prince William Co. VA wills, vol H pg 166 - dated January 6 1796, proved April 4, 1796 - names wife Sarah, three youngest sons: Dusoway, Joseph & William; other sons: Daniel, John, Vincent, Enoch, Brown, David and Reuben. Five daughters: Eunice, Rachel, Sarah, Nancy and Caty.
"Vincent and his family moved to Prince William County, Virginia around 1782 as he appears on a tax list for that year." Did he follow his nephew John Dye, son of Johh Dey, who moved to Prince William County around 1776? Vincent Dye appears on the Prince William County, Virginia, Personal Property Tax 1787 - List "A" (Arnold Hovey - 2/10/98). Vincent and Sarah had 14-15 children:


Joseph Dey - born about 1728 in Middlesex Co., NJ and died in 1805 in NJ. Married (1) Margaret and (2) Martha Wiley.

K(C)atherine Dye - born in 1730 in Middlesex Co., NJ and died (unmarried?) in 1750 in NJ. Or, she may have been the Catherine Dye who married the much younger (14 years?) William Covenhoven.

John Laurens Dey appears to have moved from Saten Island, New York to Middlesex County, New Jersey (red dot on the map to the right) between 1711 and 1715.


Will of John Laurens Dye

By his will dated Oct. 1, 1750, proved March 8, 1750 or 51, he names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, Vinson [Vincent] and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine. Executors, my son John, my son William and my son-in-law, Lawrence Dye (son of James Dey -- Lawrence married Anne, daughter of John Laurens Dey).
"He devises to his eldest son John, the just sum of five pounds at 8 S. Per ounce to David the just sum of fifty pounds at 8S. Per ounce. To his sons William, James,Vinson, and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine allt (sic) the remainder of the money arising from the sale of my estate to be equally divided amongst them, their heirs, ect. The land was encumbered, the interest on the debt was to be paid by his wife, and to whom, he leaves the use during her life. Also devises to her during life the personalty after payment of debts except therefrom the debt upon the plantation. After the death of his wife, and sale of the property, proceeds to be divided as above set forth. "

Witnesses Peter Perrine (his neighbor), Sten (Steven) Warne, and Sarah Davisson."

It is supposed that his wife survived him many years, as his estate had not yet been settled in Dec. 176(9?). When James Dye mentions in the codical (sic) of his will, the money which is now owing and coming due and payable by virtue of the last will and testament of his father John Dye.

The inference and supposition as to why John was to receive but five pounds, is that he had already given john as his eldest son his full share in other lands, ect..


The family record has not been found, therefore the will is the authority as to who were the children of John and Anne Dey or Dye. The loss of church Records during the War of the Revolution is regretted by all students of family (sic) history. The Bible of Lawrence Dey is extant and gives his wife's age, or birth, Feb. 2, 1715. And William Dyes Bible is also in possession of his descendants, which gives his birth as July 6, 1718. All efforts on part of the writer hereof [J. Warren Dey] to unearth the records of other members of this family have failed.
The desendants of three sons of William are to be found in Mason Co., Kentucky, in different counties of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Texas, also in Oklahoma.

Johns descendants are to be found in Ohio, Illinois and other states.

James' descendants, which have been identified, are to be found in Penn., Ohio, Indiana, and other Western country, but as yet the descendants of but two sons of james have been identified, viz; Andrew and Benjamin, the later being identified within the past year (1904).

At the date of the codicil to will of James Dye, son of John Laurens Dey, all his children were under twenty one years of age. The codicil is dated Dec. 13, 1763. The two claims referring to the share of a deceased son or daughter are identical and as follows:


I will and ordain that if any of my sons should die before they arrive to the age of 21 years or marry, then the share of the deceased to be divided among the survivors. In case of the daughters the share is divided among them. James Dye, gives his wife the use of the plantation, three cows, two horses, and some necessary household goods, ect., for the use and benefit of herself and her children to use one year. All his other personalty is ordered sold as soon as practicable and at the end of one year after his death the plantation and personalty preserved are to be sold. This as will be seen could have no other result than a seperation of the family, each to look out for himself and herself. The property or rather proceeds of the sales was to be divided into sixteens, two sixteens to his wife, and each of his sons, and one sixteenth to each of his daughters.
[J. Warren Dey then describes where the various documents noted above could be located.


"The conveyence from Vincent Fountain and his mother Sara Hans, with the consent of her husband Hans Laurens (Duyts corrupted to Dye) to the widow Garretson, is recored in the Clerk's office in Richmond County, New York, (now the borough of Richmond of the city is greater new York). The will of vincent Fountain is recorded in the office of the surrogate of the city and county of New york was made about 1730, and I think proved prior to 1740.
The conveyance from Mindert Johnson to John dey is recorded in the office of the secretary of State, Trenton, New jersey. If in new York, I could give you book and page. The wills of John dey and his son James Dye, will also be found in the office of the secretary of State at Trenton and the original wills are to be found there on file.

You ask the relation of Lawrence Dey to Anne Dye his wife. Anne Dye, as you know was the daughter of John Dey the first of the name to settle in Middlesex county, new jersey. She was the granddaughter of hans Laurenszen and mrs. Sara Fountain Dye. Lawrence Dey was the grandson of the same Hans Laurenszen and his first wife Marritje Sayrs. While in the Lawrence Dey and his wife Anne Dye were own cousins, they were half blood being the grandchild of the same man by different wives."]


The letters of J. Warren Dey are an invaluable insight into not only the Deys and Dyes of Middlesec County, New Jersey, but the mind of a genealogical researcher as well.


The National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Dec 1957, Vol 45 No 4. pg 130-131, summary mentions many 'possible' and 'may be' connections between Dey/Dye families on Staten Island and in NJ. It is often cited as the source for the maiden name Brown, although it mentions this only as a possibility.
John Dey (son) -- Generation 4

Had 200 acres of land at Perth Amboy, NJ. Had at least 8 children.

John Laurens Dey was born about 1680 in Staten Island, New York (red dot on the map to the right).. He was the son of Hans Laurentszen Duyts and Sara Hance Vincent Fontaine. John Dey Sr. died before 8 March 1750/1751 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey (Machaponix?). He married Anne **** (Brown?).

[From a letter written by J. Warren Dey in 1902 to E.M. Dye - sent toJohn Roberts by Tom Robertshaw]

" On 21st day of Dec. 1725, he purchased from Mindert Johnson of the township of perth amboy (northern most X on the map to the righ) 200 acres of land, bounded on the south by Millstone river, and on this tract he settled. This land is located near Prospect Plains and Cranbury, Middlesex Co.,NJ, (southern most X on the map to the right) and is now (1902) owned and occupied by "Brick House" John Dey a descendant of William Dey of 1718 (son of John Laurens Dey). The "farm" was approximately 17 miles south of Perth Amboy, New Jersey.

By his will dated Oct. 1, 1750, proved March 8, 1750 or 51, he names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, vinson [Vincent] and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine. Executors, my son John, my son William and my son-in-law, Lawrence Dye._ (son of James Dey -- Lawrence married Anne, daughter of John Laurens Dey). Note that Prospect Plains is just north (less than 3 miles) of Cranbury, New Jersey.

Witnesses Peter Perrine (his neighbor), Sten (Steven) Warne, and Sarah Davisson."

"It is supposed that his wife survived him many years, as his estate had not yet been settled in Dec. 176(9?) When James Dye mentions in the codical (sic) of his will, the money which is now owing and coming due and payable by virtue of the last will and testament of his father John Dye. [J. Warren Dey then describes where the various documents noted above could be located, "The conveyence from Vincent Fountain and his mother Sara Hans, with the consent of her husband hans Laurens (Duyts corrupted to dye) to the widow Garretson, is recored in the Clerk¼s office in Richmond County, New York, (now the borough of richmond of the city is greater new York). The will of vincent Fountain is recorded in the office of the surrogate of the city and county of New york was made about 1730, and I think proved prior to 1740.

The conveyance from Mindert Johnson to John dey is recorded in the office of the secretary of State, Trenton, New jersey. If in new York, I could give you book and page. The wills of John dey and his son James Dye, will also be found in the office of the secretary of State at Trenton and the original wills are to be found there on file.

Calendar of Wills -- 1730-1750, p. 157
1750, Oct. 1. Dye, John, of Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co.; wll of. Wife, Anne. Children- John, David, William, James, Vinson, Joseph, Anne, Katherine. Debt owing to Capt. Samuel Leonard. Real and personal estate. Executors- sons John and William, and son-in-law Lawrence Dye. Witnesses- Peter Perrine, Stephen Warne, Sarah Davison. Proved March 8, 1750. Lib. E., p. 496.
JOHN DYE, SR. 1750
MIDDLESEX CO. WILL
2291-2293L
In the Name of God Amen this first Day of October Anno. Dom. 1750
I John Dye of Perth Amboy County of Middlesex and Province of New Jersey being Sick and Weak In body, but of Perfect Mind and memory thanks be Given to My Gracious God Therefore and Calling to Mind the Mortallity of by body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Dye Do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament Principally & Firstly I Recommend and Resigne my Soull to God who Gaveit and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in a Decent and Christian Like Manner at the Descrecion of my Executors Nothing Doubting but That I shall Receive- the Same again at [?] General Resurrection at the Last Day by the Almighty Power of God and as for Worldly Estate it hath pleased God to Bless me with in this Life I give Bequeath and Dispose of in the following Manner and Form-----
Imprimis I will and ordain that my funerall charges and just Debts be paid out of my moveable Estates as Soon as Conveniently may be after my Decease Exceipt the Debt I owe to Capt. Samuel Leonard Item I give and bequeath unto Anne my dearly beloved wife my plantation During her Natural Life on condition she pays the yearly Interest of the Debt I owe to Capt. Samuel Leonard, also I give and bequeath all my moveable estate After paying as above said unto my said Beloved Wife During her Natural Life on condition That If She Should marry She Shall Give Security for the Said Moveable Estates to be Delivered up or the value- thereof after her Decease.
Item I will and ordain that after my So beloved Wife her Decease my Plantation and Moveable Estate be sold and the money Devided as follows Item I give and bequeath unto my eldest Son John the Just Sum of five pounds Item I will and ordain that the principall Debt I owe to Capt. Samuel Leonard be paid out of my Estate when Sold.
p. 2
Item I give and Bequeath unto my Son David the Just Sum of fifty pounds at 8 s p ounces Item I give and Bequeath unto my Sons William James Vinson & Joseph and my Daughters Anne and Katherine all the Remainder of the money ariseing from the sale of my Estate to be Equally Devided among them their heirs Executors or administrators Item I hereby nominate appoint and constitute my son John my Son William and my Son In Law Lawrence Dye to be my Executors to Execute this my Last Will and Testament Signed Sealled & Delivered Pronouned and Declated by John Dye as his Las Will and Testament In the Presence of [John Dye-signature]
Peter Perrine
Ste. Warnes
marks
Sarah X Davison
her
p. 3
Be it Remembered that on the eighth day of March in the year of Our Lord One thousand Seven hundred and fifty before me Thomas Bartow duly authorized to Prove Wills in New Jersey personally came Peter Perrine and Stephen Warne two of the within Witnesses who being duly sworn on the holy Almighty do depose that they were present and saw John Dye the testator within named sign and Seal the within written Will and heard him publish pronounce and declare the same to be his Last Will and Testament and that at the doing thereof being of Sound mind and memory to the best of their knowledge and as they verily believe and that at the Same time Sarah Davison was present and signed as a Witness as did they also sign as Witnesses in the Testator's presence. Tho. Bartow
Be it also known [?] that at the same time John Dye William Dye and Lauarence Dye the Executors within named personally came before me and were sworn to the due Execution and Performance of the within will according to Law. Tho. Bartow
back cover-
John Dye's Will
of Middlesex
Proved 8 March 1750
Reorded in book E of Will
page 49G or

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Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex County, New Jersey
John Laurens Dey was born about 1680 in Staten Island, New York. He was the son of Hans Laurentszen Duyts and Sara Hance Vincent Fontaine. John Dey Sr. died before 8 March 1750/1751 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, New Jersey (Machaponix?). He married Anne **** (Brown?).

[From a manuscript written by a J. Warren Dey in 1902 - sent to me by Tom Robertshaw]

"On 21st day of Dec. 1725, he purchased from Mindert Johnson of the township of perth amboy 200 acres of land, bounded on the south by Millstone river, and on this tract he settled. This land is located near Prospect Plains and Cranbury, Middlesex county, new jersey, and is now owned and occupied by John Dey a descendant of Wm. Dey of 1718."

By his will dated Oct. 1, 1750, proved March 8, 1750 or 51, he names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, Vinson and Joseph, and daughters Anne and Katherine.

Executors, my son John, my son William and my son-in-law, Lawrence Dye.

Witnesses were Peter Perrine (a neighbor), Sten (Steven) Warne (a neighbor) , and Sarah Davisson."

The farm was known as the Old Church Farm and was occupied for at least 125 years by John Dey and his kin.

A letter from A. Zaile Thorla, granddaughter of Silas Thorla (date unknown at the present time), gives a family history of the Old Church Farm. The sketch at the top of her letter and reproduced to the right is characteristic of Silas' work. The relationship between the Old Church Farm and the sketch is unknown at this time.
"Old Church Farm - bought by John Dye, Sr. 1725

Old Church Farm - so named - first small church in the neighborhood was built on one corner of it. Building recently burned down -- and the gravestones behind it have all been stolen, but that is where our ancestors are buried. John Dye, Sr. bought it in Dec. 1725 and gave part of it to John Dye, Jr., our Ezekiel's father.

During the Rev. War - Ezekiel, his father & brothers heard shots and ran across the road to find Ezekiel's Uncle Anthony had been shot in his own doorway by the Tories.

The farm is 3-4 miles east of Cranbury & Heightstown.

In Dye Data, volume 3, maps of the area around Old Church Farm were presented. The veracity of these interesting pieces of history is being investigated at this time.

North is to the top of the image. Typed captions on the map state:

Middlesex County, New Jersey, 1761. Earliest land owners & farms. 2" = 1 mile [which is approximately preserved in the images that follow]

John Dye bought the property December 25, 1725 from Mindert Johnson. It's stayed in the family for many years and was called Old Church Farm.

The original purchase is marked -- John Dye, 1725. Note that Peter Perrine (second husband of Hannah Disbrow Dye (wife of David Dye)?) had a farm to the west and west of that was the farm of Rich. Mount.
The John Applegate's farm was to the east. North of the Rich. Mount farm are farms occupied by Geo. Mount and Rich. Mount. Recall that John Laurens Dey's son John married a _____ Mount as did his sister Patience

The farms of John Laurens' sons John, James, and Joseph are clearly marked as is the trace of Millstone Creek. To the east of John's farm is the farm of Anthony Applegate. Recall that family legend has it that John Dye and Anthony Applegate married sisters.

The farm of William Dye (John Lincoln to William Dye, 1748, 300 acres) lies to the north, across Cranbury Brook, of the George Mount and Rich. Mount, Jr. property shown in the first plot.
South of the William Dye plot and north of the Rich. Mount plot is a plot marked "To Rich. Mount, Jr. , 1710 and To Steve Warne, 1725. Recall that John's will was witnessed by a Steve Warne. To the west is the plot marked Geo. Mount. The Old Church is clearly marked.

Note that, with the exceptions of David and Joseph Dye, all of John's sons had farms within a few miles of the original purchase.

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ID: I6816
Name: Hans Laurents Duyts
Given Name: Hans Laurents
Surname: Duyts 1
Sex: M
Birth: 28 Sep 1644 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands
Death: After 1708 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York
Occupation:
Note: Surveyor Of Highways
Change Date: 16 Apr 2003 at 21:45

Father: Laurens Duyts b: Abt 1610 in Fredrickstadt, Holstein, Germany
Mother: Ytie Jansen b: Abt 1610 in Oldenberg, Lower Saxony, Germany

Marriage 1 Marritje Satyrs b: Abt 1646
Married: 2 Oct 1660 in Harlem, New York
Change Date: 16 Apr 2003
Children
Isaac Duyts b: Abt 1666 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York
William Duyts b: Abt 1668 in Staten Island, Richmond, New York
James Hans Duyts b: 31 Dec 1671 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York
Catherine Duyts b: 13 Jun 1674 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York

Marriage 2 Jannetje Jurians b: Abt 1655
Married: Abt 1675
Change Date: 16 Apr 2003
Children
Laurens Duyts b: After 1676 in New York
Richard Duyts b: Abt 1678 in New York

Marriage 3 Sarah Hance Vincent b: Abt 1660
Married: Abt 1685 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York
Change Date: 16 Apr 2003
Children
John Laurens Dye b: Abt 1687 in Richmond, Staten Island, New York

Sources:
Abbrev: Daniel Perrin "The Huguenot"
Title: Daniel Perrin "The Huguenot"
Author: Perrine, Howland Delano
Publication: Privately Printed, 1910
Note:
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ID: I577544121
Name: John Hans DYE
Given Name: John Hans
Surname: Dye
Sex: M
Birth: About 1687 in New Amsterdam New York
Death: Before 1st of October 1750 in Perth Amboy Middlesex Co. New Jersery
MARL: 15 February 1730 Staten Island New York Dutch Reformed Church
Census: 1748 Freeholder, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co. NJ
Census: 1750 Freeholder, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co. NJ
Note:
New Jersey Colonial Documents Calendar Of Wills 1730-1750
1750 October 1 Dye,John of Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co., Will of,
Wife,Anne Children, John,David,William,James,Vinson,Joseph,
Anne,Katherine. Debt owing to Captain Samuel Leonard, real and
personal estate. Executors : sons John and William, and son-in-law
Lawerence Dye. Witnesses: Peter Perrine,Stephen Warne,Sarah Davidson
Proved : 8 March 1750 Lib. E. Pg. 496

Dutch Reformed Church of Staten Island Marriages
1730 February 15, John Day {Dey } Anne More - Father William
1736 October 31, John Day {Dey } Hanna More - Father Johannes

Other names found in the Dutch Reformed Church Richmond,Staten
Island:Aartsen,Day,Dey,Du Secoy,Van der Hoef,Titus

Middlesex Co. NJ, List of Freeholders 1748,Return of John Deare
Sheriff Woodbridge:
{Perth Amboy }
Thomas Applegate,Henry Parine {Perine},James Parine,Stephen Warne,
Humphrey Mount,John Applegate,John Dye,Richard Mount,Mathew Mount

List of Freeholders Middlesex Co. NJ 1750 {Perth Amboy}
John Parine,Peter Parine, James Dye,Thomas Applegate,Daniel Parine,
Thomas Applegate,Henry Parine,James Parine,Stephen Warne,Humphrey
Mount,John Applegate,John Dye,Richard Mount,Mathew Mount,

New Jersey Petitions 1765-1774
John Dy,Perth Amboy, name is on a petition 12 Jan. 1774,to the Governor from inhabitants
of Perth Amboy opposing new law on manumission.Freeing slaves will be dangerous & they may become
slaves to them.The petitioners hold themselves to be freeborn in this province.
{Also on same petition, Joseph Dye,Perth Amboy,Lowarance Dye,Perth Amboy,Lawerence Dye Jr.,Perth
Amboy,William Dye,Perth Amboy,James Dye,Perth Amboy,James Dye Jr.,Perth Amboy }

New Jersey Petitions 1745-1754
John Dy,Middlesex Co.,Perth Amboy Twp.,petition 1754,to the General Assembly from freeholders /
Inhabitants of Perth Amboy Twp. in Middlesex,opposing the election of Samuel Nevill as a judge
of the Supreme Court.{ Same petition William Dye, Perth Amboy,signed his name with a "w" }

Father: Hans Laurenzen { Lorrison,Lorison } Johannes DUYTS b: Before 28 September 1644 in New Amsterdam New York
Mother: Sarah VINCENT

Marriage 1 Ann MOOR
Children
John Lawerence DYE b: Before 8th March 1737 in Per Deed With John Dye Sr.
James DYE
Vincent DYE
Anne DYE b: 2 February 1715
William DYE b: Before 15 February 1729 in Richmond New York
Joseph DYE
Catherine DYE
David DYE