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Louis VAN HOLLAND7,129,377 was born about 1325 in Of, Le Quesnoy, Nord, France.377 He died in 1328.377 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 7W1X-VJ Parents: Count Hainaut Willem III De Avesnes Count Of HOLLAND and Countess Hainault Jeanne DE VALOIS.


Living VAN HOOSER.3

Spouse: Living WITT.


Alma VAN HORN7,138 was born on 3 Nov 1922. She died on 16 May 1997.

Spouse: BARNHART. Children were: Living BARNHART.


Ann VAN HORN3,413 was born about 1750.3,413 She died WFT Est 1780-1844.3,413 She is reference number 93628.

Spouse: Willaim SRAWHEN. Willaim SRAWHEN and Ann VAN HORN were married WFT Est 1780-1805.3,413 Reference Number:1486090


Elizabeth VAN HORN2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30751.

Spouse: Justus MOOR. Justus MOOR and Elizabeth VAN HORN were married. Reference Number:578585 Children were: Benjamin MOOR.


Frank VAN HORN3,413 was born about 1870.3,413 He died WFT Est 1901-1961.3,413 He is reference number 92173.

Spouse: Anna GRAHAM. Frank VAN HORN and Anna GRAHAM were married WFT Est 1901-1936.3,413 Reference Number:1463084 Children were: James VAN HORN.


James VAN HORN3,413 was born about 1895.3,413 He died WFT Est 1896-1985.3,413 He is reference number 92174. Parents: Frank VAN HORN and Anna GRAHAM.


Living VAN HORN.3

Spouse: Living BLAKELEY. Children were: Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BLAKELEY.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BLAKELEY.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BLAKELEY.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BURWELL.

Spouse: Living BATES. Children were: Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN, Living VAN HORN.


Living VAN HORN.3

Spouse: Living BURWELL. Children were: Living VAN HORN.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BATES.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BATES.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BATES.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BATES.


Living VAN HORN.3 Parents: Living VAN HORN and Living BATES.


Living VAN HORN.5,94

Spouse: Living LORENZEN. Children were: Living LORENZEN.


Living VAN HORN.

Spouse: Robert Lee COEY. Children were: Living COEY, Living COEY, Living COEY, Living COEY, Living COEY, Richard COEY, Living COEY.


Sarah VAN HORN.377

Spouse: Jacob WYCKOFF.


Cornelius VAN HOUDEN7,138 died in 1589.

Children were: Matilda VAN HOUDEN.


Matilda VAN HOUDEN7,138 was born about 1531 in Karlskrona, Blekinge, Sweden. She died on 13 Sep 1591. Parents: Cornelius VAN HOUDEN.

Spouse: Peter ERIKSSON. Peter ERIKSSON and Matilda VAN HOUDEN were married. Children were: Cornelius PETERSON.


Frances Keuren VAN HUTTEN.377

Spouse: Marcus RECTOR. Children were: Clara M. RECTOR, Myrtle RECTOR, Marcus RECTOR, John W. RECTOR, Alva Colfax RECTOR, Maud RECTOR, Robert Spencer RECTOR, Roy Adolph RECTOR.


Living VAN JTTERSUM.5,94

Spouse: Living PENNINHHOF.


Living VAN KEFFER.5,128

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD.

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD.


Living VAN KEMPEN.3

Spouse: Living FOSTER. Children were: Living FOSTER, Living FOSTER, Ross David FOSTER, Darlene FOSTER.


John VAN KIRK7,234 was born before 1813.

Spouse: Nancy RISLEY. John VAN KIRK and Nancy RISLEY were married on 9 Feb 1813.


John VAN KIRK7,234 was born before 1825.

Spouse: Lavina RISLEY. John VAN KIRK and Lavina RISLEY were married on 20 Dec 1825.


Living VAN KIRK.3

Spouse: Living BOYD. Children were: Living BOYD, Living BOYD, Living BOYD.


Grietie VAN KIRKEN377 was born in 1658 in Buurmalzen, Gelderland, Holland.377 She died between 1745 and 1750 in 6-Mile-Run, NJ.377

Spouse: Jan Dieckse VAN DER VLIET. Jan Dieckse VAN DER VLIET and Grietie VAN KIRKEN were married. Children were: Greetje VAN DER VLIET.


XXXX VAN LOAN3,39 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4219.

Spouse: Maria STANLEY. XXXX VAN LOAN and Maria STANLEY were married. Reference Number:89182


Living VAN LUE.

Spouse: Wilburn Ernest FAIRCLOTH. Children were: Living FAIRCLOTH.


Living VAN MATRE.3

Spouse: Living PERRY. Children were: Living VAN MATRE, Living VAN MATRE.


Living VAN MATRE.3 Parents: Living VAN MATRE and Living PERRY.


Living VAN MATRE.3 Parents: Living VAN MATRE and Living PERRY.


Abraham VAN METER2,3 was born about 1710.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31302. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).

!Birth: (1) Abt 1710, s/o John Van Meter.
Marriage to Ruth Hedges: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).

!Birth: (1) Abt 1710, s/o John Van Meter.
Marriage to Ruth Hedges: (1) Parents: John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER and Margaret (Mollenauer) MILLER.

Spouse: Ruth HEDGES. Abraham VAN METER and Ruth HEDGES were married. Reference Number:562249


Alice VAN METER2,3 was born about 1756.2,3 She died in 1795 in , Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She is reference number 33150. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Francis Hannah, Revolutionary Soldier of Greene Co., Pennsylvania, and
his Children," by June B. Barkman (Chicago, 1972). FHL #929.273 H195b.
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.36.
(3) "Davis Directory of Pennsylvania," comp. by Dorothy Davis Smith (Gateway
Press, Baltimore, 1991) p.265.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Henry VanMeter/Martha. (2) About 1756. (3) 1769, d/o John
VAN METER.
Marriage to Azariah Davis: (1) 1811. (2,3) About 1780.
Death: (2) Before 1800, Greene Co., PA. (3) 1795.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Francis Hannah, Revolutionary Soldier of Greene Co., Pennsylvania, and
his Children," by June B. Barkman (Chicago, 1972). FHL #929.273 H195b.
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.36.
(3) "Davis Directory of Pennsylvania," comp. by Dorothy Davis Smith (Gateway
Press, Baltimore, 1991) p.265.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Henry VanMeter/Martha. (2) About 1756. (3) 1769, d/o John
VAN METER.
Marriage to Azariah Davis: (1) 1811. (2,3) About 1780.
Death: (2) Before 1800, Greene Co., PA. (3) 1795. Parents: Henry VAN METER and Martha MOORE.

Spouse: Azariah DAVIS. Azariah DAVIS and Alice VAN METER were married about 1780 in , Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:625131


Elizabeth VAN METER2,3 was born in 1715.2,3 She died in 1792 in Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA.2,3 She is reference number 29486. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.257.
(2) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(3) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by William Heidgerd, Su pplement, Part III, p.86. Cites: (a) Berkeley Co., VA
Wills, Bk 2, p.176.

!Birth: (1) d/o John Van Meter. (2) 1715, d/o Jan J. VanMeteren/Margaret
Mollenauer.
Marriage to Capt. Thomas Shepherd: (1,2) (3) 1733.
Death: (3) 1792.

(3a) 1786, 10 Jul: Elizabeth Shepherd wrote her will, proved 18 Jun 1793,
Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA. She left her entire estate to daughter Susannah
Eoff.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.257.
(2) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(3) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by William Heidgerd, Su pplement, Part III, p.86. Cites: (a) Berkeley Co., VA
Wills, Bk 2, p.176.

!Birth: (1) d/o John Van Meter. (2) 1715, d/o Jan J. VanMeteren/Margaret
Mollenauer.
Marriage to Capt. Thomas Shepherd: (1,2) (3) 1733.
Death: (3) 1792.

(3a) 1786, 10 Jul: Elizabeth Shepherd wrote her will, proved 18 Jun 1793,
Martinsburg, Berkeley Co., VA. She left her entire estate to daughter Susannah
Eoff. Parents: John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER and Margaret (Mollenauer) MILLER.

Spouse: ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD. ,Capt. Thomas SHEPHERD and Elizabeth VAN METER were married in 1733.2,3 Reference Number:552239 Children were: John SHEPHERD, ,Capt. Abraham SHEPHERD.


Eva VAN METER2,3 was born in 1870.2,3 She died in 1935.2,3 She is reference number 30246. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.89.

!Birth: (1) 1870, d/o Marshall Van Metre.
Death: (1) 1935.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Hanna of Castle Sorbie, Scotland, and Descendants," by Rev. James Arthur
MacClannahan Hanna (Edwards Bros., Ann Arbor, MI, 1959) p.89.

!Birth: (1) 1870, d/o Marshall Van Metre.
Death: (1) 1935. Parents: Marshall VAN METER.

Spouse: John Stephen HANNAH. John Stephen HANNAH and Eva VAN METER were married in , Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:568705


Hannah VAN METER2,3 was born about 1732.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29775. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1991).

!Birth: (1) ca. 1732, d/o Johannes Van Meter/Rebecca Powelson.
Marriage to William Burns: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1991).

!Birth: (1) ca. 1732, d/o Johannes Van Meter/Rebecca Powelson.
Marriage to William Burns: (1) Parents: Johannes Jansen VAN METER and Rebecca POWELSON.

Spouse: William BURNS. William BURNS and Hannah VAN METER were married. Reference Number:558499 Children were: George BURNS.


Henry VAN METER2,3 died in 1803 in Swan's Run, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Van Meter Cem., Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 33151. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Jacob Vanmeter. (NOTE: Henry Van Meter, s/o John Van
Meter/Margaret Mollenauer, m1. Eva Pyle, m2. Hannah Pyle, m3. Mrs. Elizabeth
Pyle, and d. 1793, Berkeley Co., VA, according to "The American Descendants of
Chutien Du Bois.")
Marriage to Martha Moore: (1) Martha.
Death: (1) 1803.
Burial: (1) Van Meter Cemetery, on the hill above his house on Swan's Run,
Greene Co., PA.

(1) 1769: Brought his family to the Tenmile Country (Upper Monongahela Valley)
with the SWANs, HUGHES, HILLERs, and O'NEILs. The party was led by Thomas GIST
and settled on land sold by the Indian Trader, John OWENS of Fort Pitt, in
1757 to Abraham TEAGARDEN of Frederick Co., MD. On this land, John SWAN and
Henry VANMETER each built a fort, on separate branches of a run variously
known as Enoch's Run, Swan's Run and now Pumpkin Run. His son Joseph VANMETER
took up land adjoining his father's. This area became Greene Co., PA. His home
stood where the spring-house of the PRICE home "now" stands.
(1) Member of the Goshen Baptist Church, which had been established at Garards
Fort by Jacob VANMETER's family.
(1) 1772: Henry and Jacob, and John VANMETER and Jacob's older sons were
arrested together for riot, when the made a show of force to hold the territory
for VA in the border dispute with VA.
(1) Led a party of armed men to prevent the survey party from running the VA/Pennsylvania
line when the border dispute was settled. This band appears to have been the
Militia company of Capt. Jesse PIGMAN, in which Henry's sons Joseph and Jesse
served as officers. As late as 1782, this company refused to furnish the state
of PA a copy of their muster roll.
(1) Dureing the Revolution he maintained a fort at his residence on Swan's Run.
(1) After the boundary line had been run and the ownership of the territory was
no longer a question, Henry became resigned to it and took an active part in
the affairs of his community.
(1) Became one of the first Commissioners of the new Washington Co., PA.
(1) Served a term as an Associate Judge.
(1) When Greene Co. was formed, served as County Treasurer and was serving in
that capacity when he died.
(1) 1803, 10 Feb: His will probated, Greene Co., PA.
(1) Had 13 children.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34.

!Birth: (1) Brother of Jacob Vanmeter. (NOTE: Henry Van Meter, s/o John Van
Meter/Margaret Mollenauer, m1. Eva Pyle, m2. Hannah Pyle, m3. Mrs. Elizabeth
Pyle, and d. 1793, Berkeley Co., VA, according to "The American Descendants of
Chutien Du Bois.")
Marriage to Martha Moore: (1) Martha.
Death: (1) 1803.
Burial: (1) Van Meter Cemetery, on the hill above his house on Swan's Run,
Greene Co., PA.

(1) 1769: Brought his family to the Tenmile Country (Upper Monongahela Valley)
with the SWANs, HUGHES, HILLERs, and O'NEILs. The party was led by Thomas GIST
and settled on land sold by the Indian Trader, John OWENS of Fort Pitt, in
1757 to Abraham TEAGARDEN of Frederick Co., MD. On this land, John SWAN and
Henry VANMETER each built a fort, on separate branches of a run variously
known as Enoch's Run, Swan's Run and now Pumpkin Run. His son Joseph VANMETER
took up land adjoining his father's. This area became Greene Co., PA. His home
stood where the spring-house of the PRICE home "now" stands.
(1) Member of the Goshen Baptist Church, which had been established at Garards
Fort by Jacob VANMETER's family.
(1) 1772: Henry and Jacob, and John VANMETER and Jacob's older sons were
arrested together for riot, when the made a show of force to hold the territory
for VA in the border dispute with VA.
(1) Led a party of armed men to prevent the survey party from running the VA/PA
line when the border dispute was settled. This band appears to have been the
Militia company of Capt. Jesse PIGMAN, in which Henry's sons Joseph and Jesse
served as officers. As late as 1782, this company refused to furnish the state
of PA a copy of their muster roll.
(1) Dureing the Revolution he maintained a fort at his residence on Swan's Run.
(1) After the boundary line had been run and the ownership of the territory was
no longer a question, Henry became resigned to it and took an active part in
the affairs of his community.
(1) Became one of the first Commissioners of the new Washington Co., PA.
(1) Served a term as an Associate Judge.
(1) When Greene Co. was formed, served as County Treasurer and was serving in
that capacity when he died.
(1) 1803, 10 Feb: His will probated, Greene Co., PA.
(1) Had 13 children.

Spouse: Martha MOORE. Henry VAN METER and Martha MOORE were married. Reference Number:562340 Children were: Jesse VAN METER, Martha VAN METER, Alice VAN METER, Sarah VAN METER.


Jacob VAN METER2,3 was born on 17 Mar 1723 in , Somerset Co., NJ.2,3 He died on 16 Nov 1798 in , Hardin Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 29888. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34,38.

!Birth: (1) Mar 1723. (1,2) Somerset Co., NJ. (1) s/o John Van Meter/Margaret
Miller. (2) 17 Mar 1723, s/o John Vanmeter/Margaret. Brother of Elizabeth
(Vanmeter) Shepherd.
Marriage to Letitia Strode: (1) 1741, Frederick Co., VA. (2) VA.
Death: (1,2) 16 Nov 1798, Hardin Co., Kentucky.

(2) Served in the French and Indian Wars.
(2) Pioneer settler of Greene Co., PA.
(2) 1769, Apr: Granted land on the west side of the Monongahela River but may
not have settled there immediately.
(2) 1770: Jacob and Letitia Vanmeter were among those who instituted the Great
Bethel Baptist Church at what is now Uniontown, PA.
(2) Lived on Muddy Creek.
(2) 1772: Henry and Jacob, and John VANMETER and Jacob's older sons were
arrested together for riot, when the made a show of force to hold the territory
for VA in the border dispute with VA.
(2) 1773, Dec: Jacob and Letitia Vanmeter, with their married children and a
few others, organized Goshen Baptist Church at Garards Fort in what is now
Greene Co., PA. At that time they were living near Charmichaels close to what
is known as Baily's School House.
(2) 1774 (probably): Erected the Jacob Vanmeter Fort on the high ground just to
the south of Bailey's School House, where at one time there was in existence
one branch of Goshen Baptist Church, about which there was a cemetery which
has since disappeared.
(2) 1775, 16 May: Was one of those chosen at Pittsburg to act as a Committee of
Observation for that part of Augusta Co., VA lying west of Laurel Ridge.
(2) 1779, 18 Sep: Jacob Vanmeter with his wife and most of their children - 3
sons and 7 daughters with their husbands and wives - were granted certificates
of dismission by Goshen Baptist Church prior to leaving for KY.
(2) They left for KY in a party reported to have consisted of 27 flat boats.
(2) They arrived in the Severn Valley near the present town of Elizabethtown.
Here, with several others of their party, erected 3 forts, each about a mile
apart from the other, at a time when they were the only inhabitants between the
Ohio and the Green River. Another Jacob Van Meter, son of Abraham of Berkeley
Co., VA, was also a settler in the Severn Valley.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34,38.

!Birth: (1) Mar 1723. (1,2) Somerset Co., NJ. (1) s/o John Van Meter/Margaret
Miller. (2) 17 Mar 1723, s/o John Vanmeter/Margaret. Brother of Elizabeth
(Vanmeter) Shepherd.
Marriage to Letitia Strode: (1) 1741, Frederick Co., VA. (2) VA.
Death: (1,2) 16 Nov 1798, Hardin Co., KY.

(2) Served in the French and Indian Wars.
(2) Pioneer settler of Greene Co., PA.
(2) 1769, Apr: Granted land on the west side of the Monongahela River but may
not have settled there immediately.
(2) 1770: Jacob and Letitia Vanmeter were among those who instituted the Great
Bethel Baptist Church at what is now Uniontown, PA.
(2) Lived on Muddy Creek.
(2) 1772: Henry and Jacob, and John VANMETER and Jacob's older sons were
arrested together for riot, when the made a show of force to hold the territory
for VA in the border dispute with VA.
(2) 1773, Dec: Jacob and Letitia Vanmeter, with their married children and a
few others, organized Goshen Baptist Church at Garards Fort in what is now
Greene Co., PA. At that time they were living near Charmichaels close to what
is known as Baily's School House.
(2) 1774 (probably): Erected the Jacob Vanmeter Fort on the high ground just to
the south of Bailey's School House, where at one time there was in existence
one branch of Goshen Baptist Church, about which there was a cemetery which
has since disappeared.
(2) 1775, 16 May: Was one of those chosen at Pittsburg to act as a Committee of
Observation for that part of Augusta Co., VA lying west of Laurel Ridge.
(2) 1779, 18 Sep: Jacob Vanmeter with his wife and most of their children - 3
sons and 7 daughters with their husbands and wives - were granted certificates
of dismission by Goshen Baptist Church prior to leaving for KY.
(2) They left for KY in a party reported to have consisted of 27 flat boats.
(2) They arrived in the Severn Valley near the present town of Elizabethtown.
Here, with several others of their party, erected 3 forts, each about a mile
apart from the other, at a time when they were the only inhabitants between the
Ohio and the Green River. Another Jacob Van Meter, son of Abraham of Berkeley
Co., VA, was also a settler in the Severn Valley. Parents: John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER and Margaret (Mollenauer) MILLER.

Spouse: Letitia STRODE. Jacob VAN METER and Letitia STRODE were married in 1741 in , Frederick Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:560987 Children were: Mary VAN METER.


Jesse VAN METER2,3 died about 1814 in Swan's Run, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 31473. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.34.

!Birth: (1) s/o Henry Vanmeter/Martha.
Marriage to Nancy Seals: (1)
Death: (1) About 1814.

(1) 1779: Served at lieutenant in his brother's company.
(1) His father and mother deeded to him a portion of the father's home
plantation on Swan's Run, Greene Co., PA. He erected a stone house there.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.34.

!Birth: (1) s/o Henry Vanmeter/Martha.
Marriage to Nancy Seals: (1)
Death: (1) About 1814.

(1) 1779: Served at lieutenant in his brother's company.
(1) His father and mother deeded to him a portion of the father's home
plantation on Swan's Run, Greene Co., PA. He erected a stone house there. Parents: Henry VAN METER and Martha MOORE.

Spouse: Nancy SEALS. Jesse VAN METER and Nancy SEALS were married. Reference Number:592989 Children were: Sarah VAN METER, Martha VAN METER.


Johannes Jansen VAN METER2,3 was christened on 28 Apr 1708 in Dutch Reformed C, Somerville, Somerset Co., NJ.2,3 He died in 1732 in , Frederick Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 29776. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The American Descendants of Chietien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1) ca. 1708, near Raritan, Somerset Co., NJ. (1,2) s/o John Van
Meter/Sarah Bodine.
Baptism: (1,2) 28 Apr 1708. (1) Dutch Reformed Church, Somerville, Somerset Co.,
NJ.
Marriage to Rebecca Powelson: (1) Rebecca Powelson. Abt 1731. (2) Rebecca
Poulissen or Pauleson.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The American Descendants of Chietien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1) ca. 1708, near Raritan, Somerset Co., NJ. (1,2) s/o John Van
Meter/Sarah Bodine.
Baptism: (1,2) 28 Apr 1708. (1) Dutch Reformed Church, Somerville, Somerset Co.,
NJ.
Marriage to Rebecca Powelson: (1) Rebecca Powelson. Abt 1731. (2) Rebecca
Poulissen or Pauleson. Parents: John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER and Sarah BODINE.

Spouse: Rebecca POWELSON. Johannes Jansen VAN METER and Rebecca POWELSON were married about 1731.2,3 Reference Number:558556 Children were: Hannah VAN METER.


John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER2,3 was born on 14 Jan 1683 in Kingston, Ulster Co., NY.2,3 He was christened on 14 Oct 1683 in Dutch Reformed C, Kingston, Ulster Co., NY.2,3 He died in 1745 in , Frederick Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 29778. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34.
(3) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1) 14 Jan 1683, Kingston, Ulster Co., NY, s/o Jooste Jans Van
Meteran/Sara du Bois.
Baptism: (1) 14 Oct 1683, Reformed Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., NY.
Marriage to Sara Bodine: (1) ca. 1704/5, Ulster Co., NY. (3)
Marriage to Margaret Miller: (1) Margaret Miller. (3) Margaret Mollenauer.
Death: (1) 1745, Frederick Co., VA.

(1) One of the first land holders in the Northern Neck of VA.
(2) An Indian Trader.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070 (1996).
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.32-34.
(3) "The American Descendants of Chutien Du Bois of Ulicres, France," by
William Heidgerd, Supplement, Part III, p.86.

!Birth: (1) 14 Jan 1683, Kingston, Ulster Co., NY, s/o Jooste Jans Van
Meteran/Sara du Bois.
Baptism: (1) 14 Oct 1683, Reformed Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., NY.
Marriage to Sara Bodine: (1) ca. 1704/5, Ulster Co., NY. (3)
Marriage to Margaret Miller: (1) Margaret Miller. (3) Margaret Mollenauer.
Death: (1) 1745, Frederick Co., VA.

(1) One of the first land holders in the Northern Neck of VA.
(2) An Indian Trader.

Spouse: Margaret (Mollenauer) MILLER. John J. (Van Meteren) VAN METER and Margaret (Mollenauer) MILLER were married. Reference Number:552258 Children were: Abraham VAN METER, Rebecca VAN METER, Elizabeth VAN METER, Jacob VAN METER.

Spouse: Sarah BODINE. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 They were married Between 1704-1705 in , Ulster Co., NY.2,3 Reference Number:558587 Children were: Johannes Jansen VAN METER, Sara Jansen VAN METER.


Marshall VAN METER2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30247.

Children were: Eva VAN METER.


Martha VAN METER2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31882. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., Pennsylvania Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.34,276.

!Birth: (2) d/o Jesse Vanmeter/Nancy Seals.
Marriage to Samuel Crago: (2)
Marriage to William Kincaid: (2)

(1a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., PA Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(2) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.34,276.

!Birth: (2) d/o Jesse Vanmeter/Nancy Seals.
Marriage to Samuel Crago: (2)
Marriage to William Kincaid: (2)

(1a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851. Parents: Jesse VAN METER and Nancy SEALS.

Spouse: Samuel CRAGO. Samuel CRAGO and Martha VAN METER were married. Reference Number:589846

Spouse: William KINCAID. William KINCAID and Martha VAN METER were married. Reference Number:600783


Martha VAN METER2,3 was born on 24 Dec 1754.2,3 She died on 24 Oct 1836 in , Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She is reference number 29965. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.35.

!Birth: (1) 24 Dec 1754, d/o Henry Vanmeter/Martha.
Marriage to Richard Swan: (1) About 1775/6.
Death: (1) 24 Oct 1836, Greene Co., PA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey,
p.35.

!Birth: (1) 24 Dec 1754, d/o Henry Vanmeter/Martha.
Marriage to Richard Swan: (1) About 1775/6.
Death: (1) 24 Oct 1836, Greene Co., PA. Parents: Henry VAN METER and Martha MOORE.

Spouse: Richard SWAN. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 They were married Between 1775-1776 in , Pennsylvania.2,3 Reference Number:562328 Children were: Sarah SWAN.


Mary VAN METER2,3 was born on 11 Feb 1757.2,3 She died on 29 Jun 1832.2,3 She was buried Unknown in , Nelson Co., Kentucky.2,3 She is reference number 29973. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey, p.43.
(2) "Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Ma gazine" (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vo. 1, p.354.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Feb 1757. (1) d/o Jacob VANMETER/Letitia STRODE. (2) d/o Jacob VAN METER.
Marriage to David HENTON: (1,2)
Marriage to Maj. William CHENOWITH: (1,2)
Death: (1,2) 29 Jun 1832.
Burial: (2) Near Deatsville, Nelson Co., Kentucky.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "The Ten Mile Country & Its Pioneer Families," by Howard L. Leckey, p.43.
(2) "Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Ma gazine" (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1981) Vo. 1, p.354.

! Birth: (1,2) 11 Feb 1757. (1) d/o Jacob VANMETER/Letitia STRODE. (2) d/o Jacob VAN METER.
Marriage to David HENTON: (1,2)
Marriage to Maj. William CHENOWITH: (1,2)
Death: (1,2) 29 Jun 1832.
Burial: (2) Near Deatsville, Nelson Co., KY. Parents: Jacob VAN METER and Letitia STRODE.

Spouse: David HENTON. David HENTON and Mary VAN METER were married in , Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:562505

Spouse: Maj. William CHENOWETH. Maj. William CHENOWETH and Mary VAN METER were married in , Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:562517

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