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Hannah Thatcher1

FatherJonas Thatcher b. c 1750, d. 11 Oct 1808
MotherSarah Lake
(Heir) WillIn Jonas Thatcher's will dated 11 October 1808 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Hannah Thatcher was named as an heir; Thatcher, Jonas, of Amwell Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife, Sarah, plantation whereon I now dwell for 3 years; also sufficiency of meat and grain, with wagons, plow, etc., 2 cows and 2 horses, and household furniture for her use and her family, in lieu of her dower. Son, Jonas, when 21 and wife, Sarah, the west end of my home plantation, joining lands of John Severns, Peter Prall, Evan Godown and Cornelius Lake (100 acres), jointly; after wife's decease, son, Jonas, said 100 acres. Should said son, Jonas, die without issue, said land to be sold and proceeds divided between my 6 daughters, Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, Rachel, Hannah and Ruth. Said 6 daughters, residue of my home plantation, to be sold and proceeds divided between them. Son, Nathaniel, £10; also £40 to be divided among his children, when youngest is 18. Daughter, Hannah, an outset equal to that given my married daughters. Daughter, Ruth, bed and bedding and to be raised and schooled at expense of my wife and son, Jonas. Executors - friend, Henry Trimmer, and son, Jonas Thatcher. Witnesses - Cornelius Lake, John Sergent, Godfrey Rockefellow. Proved Nov. 3, 1808.2 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S47] Donald McCarthy, Personal Ancestor File of Donald McCarthy - 06 Nov 1998 ((Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1998)).
  2. [S72] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XL, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. XI, 1806 - 1809 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1947), page 332.

Jonas Thatcher1,2,3

b. 28 February 1791, d. May 1852
FatherJonas Thatcher b. c 1750, d. 11 Oct 1808
MotherSarah Lake
Birth*Jonas Thatcher was born on 28 February 1791, son of Jonas Thatcher and Sarah Lake, at New Jersey.4 
(Heir & Executor) WillIn Jonas Thatcher's will dated 11 October 1808 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Jonas Thatcher was named as executor and as an heir; Thatcher, Jonas, of Amwell Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife, Sarah, plantation whereon I now dwell for 3 years; also sufficiency of meat and grain, with wagons, plow, etc., 2 cows and 2 horses, and household furniture for her use and her family, in lieu of her dower. Son, Jonas, when 21 and wife, Sarah, the west end of my home plantation, joining lands of John Severns, Peter Prall, Evan Godown and Cornelius Lake (100 acres), jointly; after wife's decease, son, Jonas, said 100 acres. Should said son, Jonas, die without issue, said land to be sold and proceeds divided between my 6 daughters, Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret, Rachel, Hannah and Ruth. Said 6 daughters, residue of my home plantation, to be sold and proceeds divided between them. Son, Nathaniel, £10; also £40 to be divided among his children, when youngest is 18. Daughter, Hannah, an outset equal to that given my married daughters. Daughter, Ruth, bed and bedding and to be raised and schooled at expense of my wife and son, Jonas. Executors - friend, Henry Trimmer, and son, Jonas Thatcher. Witnesses - Cornelius Lake, John Sergent, Godfrey Rockefellow. Proved Nov. 3, 1808.5 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth [--?--] before 1828 at New Jersey.6 
CensusUS1830*Jonas is listed as the head of a household on the 1830 U. S. Federal Population Census of Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The official date for this census was 1 Jun 1830. The family consisted of 1 free white male age ten to fifteen years old, 1 free white male age fifteen to twenty years old, 1 free white male age thirty to forty years old, 1 free white female under five years old, 1 free white female age ten to fifteen years old, 1 free white female age thirty to forty years old, 1 free white female age sixty to seventy years old and 1 female slave age thirty-six to fifty-five years old.1 
CensusUS1850*Jonas Thatcher (age 60) is listed as the head of a household on the 1850 U. S. Federal Population Census of Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The official date for this census was 1 Jun 1850. Elizabeth Thatcher (age 42), Lydia Thatcher (age 22), Hannah P. Thatcher (age 14), William Thatcher (age 12), Ruth E. Thatcher (age 10), Jacob Thatcher (age 9) and Jonas Thatcher (age 4) are listed as members of the household. He owned real estate worth $2400.2 
Death*Jonas Thatcher died in May 1852 at age 61.4 

Family

Elizabeth [--?--] b. 1808
Children
Last Edited7 Feb 2008

Citations

  1. [S516] 1830 U. S. census, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, population schedule, Amwell, page 315; digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2009), citing National Archives microfilm publication M19, roll 83, Jonas Thatcher.
  2. [S513] 1850 U. S. census, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, population schedule, township of Alexandria, page 157A, dwelling 368, family 373, Jonas Thatcher; digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2009), citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 453.
  3. [S856] Jay Bee, Recollections of Baptistown ((Frenchtown, NJ, Hunterdon Independent, 1893 - 1897), http://www.raub-and-more.com/baptown), 25.
  4. [S47] Donald McCarthy, Personal Ancestor File of Donald McCarthy - 06 Nov 1998 ((Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1998)).
  5. [S72] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XL, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. XI, 1806 - 1809 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1947), page 332.
  6. [S513] 1850 U. S. census, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, population schedule, township of Alexandria, page 157A, dwelling 368, family 373, Jonas Thatcher; digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 2009), citing National Archives microfilm publication M432, roll 453. Their oldest child on the 1850 census was born circa 1828.

William Thatcher1,2

b. between 1715 and 1720, d. 17 January 1805
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Birth*William Thatcher was born between 1715 and 1720, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--].3 
Marriage*William Thatcher married Margaret Taylor, daughter of John Taylor and Sarah Thatcher, circa 1745.3 
Will*William left a will dated 7 January 1803 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     Thatcher, William, of Kingwood Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife [unnamed], the whole of my house and furniture necessary for her use; also 1/3 of produce of farm, during her life. Son, Bartholomew, possession of my plantation and stock and implements of husbandry, during the life of my wife. After wife's decease real and personal estate to be sold and divided amongst my children; sons [unnamed], each 2 share, and daughters [unnamed], each one share, except Lidia Hillman to have £18 deducted from her dividend. Executors—sons, Jonas and William Thatcher. Witnesses--Hermon Barkeloo, Edward Taylor, William McGill. Proved Mar. 14, 1803.
Lib. 40, p. 298.2 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 22 February 1803 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey, by Inventory, £269.1.9½; made by Peter Fox and Job Thatcher.
File 2080J.4 
ProbateHis estate was probated on 14 March 1803 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.2 
Death*William Thatcher died on 17 January 1805 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.3 
Burial*William Thatcher was buried after 17 January 1805 at Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church in Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey

Family

Margaret Taylor d. c 1810
Marriage*He married Margaret Taylor, daughter of John Taylor and Sarah Thatcher, circa 1745.3 
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S307] Phyllis B., compiler D'Autrechy, More Records of Old Hunterdon County, Vol. II ((Flemington, New Jersey, Hunterdon County Historical Society, 2000)), page 91.
  2. [S107] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXIX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. X, 1801 - 1805 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946), page 442.
  3. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  4. [S107] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXIX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. X, 1801 - 1805 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946), page 443.

William Allen Jr.1

Marriage*William Allen Jr. married Lorana Thatcher, daughter of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--]
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).

Elizabeth [--?--]1

Marriage*Elizabeth [--?--] married Edmund Thatcher, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--]

Family

Edmund Thatcher d. b 3 Jul 1797
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).

Nancy [--?--]1

Marriage*Nancy [--?--] married Samuel Thatcher, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--]
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).

Margaret Thatcher1

b. 19 January 1760, d. 20 September 1804
FatherWilliam Thatcher b. bt 1715 - 1720, d. 17 Jan 1805
MotherMargaret Taylor d. c 1810
Birth*Margaret Thatcher was born on 19 January 1760, daughter of William Thatcher and Margaret Taylor, at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Marriage*Margaret Thatcher married Daniel Taylor on 27 December 1778 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1,2 
BurialMargaret Thatcher was buried after 20 September 1804 at Mineral County. her tombstone is inscribed
     Greenwell Cemetery.1
 
Death*Margaret Thatcher died on 20 September 1804 at Reeses Mill, Hampshire County, Virginia, at age 44.1 
Burial*Margaret Thatcher was buried after 20 September 1804 at Mineral County.1 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S173] Carlos E. Godfrey, "Hunterdon County Marriages", The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vo. 4 (1928-29): 27.

Bartholomew Thatcher1,2,3

b. 3 June 1771, d. 24 March 1833
FatherWilliam Thatcher b. bt 1715 - 1720, d. 17 Jan 1805
MotherMargaret Taylor d. c 1810
Birth*Bartholomew Thatcher was born on 3 June 1771, son of William Thatcher and Margaret Taylor.4 
Marriage*Bartholomew Thatcher married Rachel L. Voorhees circa 1794.1 
(Heir & Executor) WillIn William Thatcher's will dated 7 January 1803 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Bartholomew Thatcher was named as executor and as an heir; Thatcher, William, of Kingwood Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife [unnamed], the whole of my house and furniture necessary for her use; also 1/3 of produce of farm, during her life. Son, Bartholomew, possession of my plantation and stock and implements of husbandry, during the life of my wife. After wife's decease real and personal estate to be sold and divided amongst my children; sons [unnamed], each 2 share, and daughters [unnamed], each one share, except Lidia Hillman to have £18 deducted from her dividend. Executors—sons, Jonas and William Thatcher. Witnesses--Hermon Barkeloo, Edward Taylor, William McGill. Proved Mar. 14, 1803.
Lib. 40, p. 298.5 
Death*Bartholomew Thatcher died on 24 March 1833 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, at age 61.1 
Burial*Bartholomew Thatcher was buried after 24 March 1833 at Baptistown Cemetery located in Baptisttown, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Tombstone-Text*His tombstone is inscribed with:
In / Memory of / Bartholomew Thatcher / Born / June 3, 1771 / Died / March 23, 1883
4 
Tombstone-Img*CLICK ON THE CAMERA TO VIEW THE IMAGE.4
Last Edited27 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S307] Phyllis B., compiler D'Autrechy, More Records of Old Hunterdon County, Vol. II ((Flemington, New Jersey, Hunterdon County Historical Society, 2000)), 91.
  3. [S107] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXIX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. X, 1801 - 1805 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946), 443.
  4. [S1672] Baptistown Cemetery ((Baptistown, Hunterdon County, New Jersey), Bartholomew Thatcher marker; photographed 5 Oct 2009 by Ellen Walker-Kurz.
  5. [S107] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXIX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. X, 1801 - 1805 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946), page 442.

Bartholomew Thatcher1

b. 1670, d. between 1764 and 1771
FatherRichard Thatcher b. bt 1620 - 1626, d. 1690
MotherMary Morris
Reference*Reference: John T. Snyder, Thatcher Family, (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm), "Electronic."

One account says Bartholomew died a few years previous to Elizabeth. He died intestate. He resided at in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Bartholomew is a double ancestor. His daughter and son married siblings.

Bartholomew and Elizabeth had seventeen children. Information from Helen Rowell indicates eleven of the seventeen are known. One additional child is known, however, from information furnished by Patt Keats. That child is Sarah.

A Jeremiah, Joseph, and Elijah Thatcher are all on page 782 of Stryker's "Revolutionary Registers". Six of the children are unaccounted for and Elijah could be one.

Bartholomew's name first appears in the inventory of the estate of Andrew Heath of Hopewell Township, Hunterdon County, October 3, 1720. He appears in the Tax List of Maidenhead (now Lawrence) Township in 1722, and he took part in twelve sessions of the Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas, 1731-1733. He is still found in reference to Maidenhead Township in 1741, and in 1764 he witnessed the signing of the will of Margaret Hull and was the administrator of the estate of a Mr. Marshall of Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

A newspaper account in the Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia) on 15 Aug 1771 states that Mrs. Elizabeth Thatcher, age 87, widow of Bartholomew, died at Kingwood on 29 Jul 1771 leaving 17 children, 118 grandchildren, 133 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. 
BaptismBartholomew was baptized on 23 May 1670 at Berkshire, England.1 
Birth*He was born in 1670, son of Richard Thatcher and Mary Morris, at Berkshire, England.1 
Marriage*Bartholomew Thatcher married Elizabeth [--?--] circa 1703.1 
Death*Bartholomew Thatcher died between 1764 and 1771 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
(SpouseDeceased1) Obituary On 15 August 1771 Bartholomew was identified as the deceased spouse of Elizabeth Thatcher in her obituary printed in the "The Pennsylvania Gazette" (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).2 

Family

Elizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S51] Thatcher Family, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm : accessed 2001.
  2. [S1464] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXVII, Newspaper Extracts, Vol. VIII, 1770 - 1771 (Paterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 269 Main St., 1905), page 541-542.

Elizabeth [--?--]1

b. 1684, d. 29 July 1771
Birth*Elizabeth [--?--] was born in 1684.1 
Marriage*She married Bartholomew Thatcher, son of Richard Thatcher and Mary Morris, circa 1703.1 
Death*Elizabeth [--?--] died on 29 July 1771 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Obituary*Her obituary was published 15 August 1771 in the "The Pennsylvania Gazette" (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
     On the 29th ult. died at Kingwood, West New-Jersey, Mrs. ELIZABETH THATCHER, (Widow of BARTHOLOMEW THATCHER, late of the same Place) aged 87 - - - She had 17 Children 118 Grandchildren, 133 Great Grand-children, and one Great Great Grandchild.2 

Family

Bartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
Children
Last Edited24 Aug 2007

Citations

  1. [S51] Thatcher Family, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm : accessed 2001.
  2. [S1464] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXVII, Newspaper Extracts, Vol. VIII, 1770 - 1771 (Paterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 269 Main St., 1905), page 541-542.

John Thatcher1

b. 1707, d. 12 May 1749
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Marriage*John Thatcher married Susanna [--?--]
Birth*John Thatcher was born in 1707, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--].1 
Will*John left a will dated 12 May 1749 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1749, May 12. Thatcher, John, of Kingwood, Hunterdon Co; will of. Daughter, Ann, to be brought up by testator's wife, not named. Executors - brothers, James and Jeremiah Thatcher. Witnesses - Mathew Resley, Edmond Thatcher, John Arrison. Proved August 1, 1749.
Lib. 6, p. 276

1749, August 1. Susanna, widow of John Thatcher, withdraws her caveat.

1752, Nov. 19. Account. Mentions John Lewis, Doctor, William Montgomery, Nathaniel Pettit, Daniel Howell, Justice Montgomery, A. Curtis, William Sleter, William Barnes, William Thatcher, Joseph Thatcher, Jr., Aaron Sigock (?), Isaac Rutinghouse, Charles Hoff, Jr., William Foular, Lot Ritinghouse, Jona Furman, Jacob Swallow, Edmond Thatcher, James Allen, John Allen, Jeremiah Thatcher, Elizabeth Thatcher, Joseph Thatcher, Sr., William Allen.2 
Death*John Thatcher died on 12 May 1749 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 15 August 1749 at New Jersey by 1749, Aug. 15. Inventory (£47.3.3) includes gun and sword, £1.10. Made by Jaques Barkeloo and Daniel Lake.2 

Family

Susanna [--?--]
Child
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S144] A. Van Doren Honeyman, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. II, 1730 - 1750 (Sommerville, New Jersey: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1918), 476.

Edmund Thatcher1

d. before 3 July 1797
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Marriage*Edmund Thatcher married Elizabeth [--?--]
Will*Edmund left a will dated 5 March 1797 at Hardwick, Sussex County, New Jersey:
     1797, Mar. 5. Thatcher, Edmund, of Hardwick Twsp., Sussex Co; will of. Wife, Elizabeth, movable estate and profits of plantation, while widow. Son, John, a coat and large Bible. Son, Enoch, a bond against Jacob Smith to be paid by Levi Howell. Son, Edmond, home plantation of 70 acres after wife's decease. Daughter, Lidia, 4 sheep. Executors - wife, Elizabeth, and son, Enoch. Witnesses - John Robertson, Daniel Hunt and Elizabeth Anderson. Proved July 3, 1797.
Lib. 37, p. 268.2
 
Death*Edmund Thatcher died before 3 July 1797 at Hardwick, Sussex County, New Jersey.2 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 27 November 1797 at New Jersey by 1797, Nov. 27. Inventory, £72.7.6; made by John Sharp and Ralph Hunt, Jr. File 757S.2 

Family

Elizabeth [--?--]
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S131] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXVII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. IX, 1796 - 1800 (Newark, New Jersey: New Jersey Law Journal, Printers, 1944), 367.

Joseph Thatcher1

b. circa 1714, d. 17 June 1791
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Birth*Joseph Thatcher was born circa 1714, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--].1 
Marriage*Joseph Thatcher married Margaret Hull before 1768.2 
Will*Joseph left a will dated 10 July 1784 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1784, July 10. Thatcher, Joseph, Sr., of Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife, Margaret, all real and personal during her life. Son, Samuel, place where he now lives. Son, Bartholomew, place where he did live, adjoining Daniel Mershon's, for life; then, at his decease, to be divided between his sons, Abel and Charles. Should grandsons, Abel and Charles, not come back or die without issue, their sister, Hannah, to have the place, and, if she die without issue, then her sisters, Grace and Margaret, to have it. Son, Joseph, plantation whereon I now live. Granddaughter, Hannah Thatcher, £100 and my negro wench. Son Samuel's children (not named), each £10. Son Bartholomew's children, Able, Mary, Hannah, Grace, Charles and Mary, an equal share of residue of personal estate. Executors - wife, Margaret, son, Joseph Thatcher and Samuel Slayter. Witnesses - Daniel Mershon, Daniel Pegg and Peter Gram, Jr. Proved July 15, 1791.
Lib. 32, p. 306.3
 
BurialJoseph Thatcher was buried after 17 June 1791 at Flemington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. his tombstone is inscribed
     Flemington Baptist Church Yard.
 
Burial*Joseph Thatcher was buried after 17 June 1791 at Flemington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Death*Joseph Thatcher died on 17 June 1791 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 21 June 1791 at New Jersey by 1791, June 21. Inventory, £1,438.8.1; made by Robert Emley and John Gregg. File 1585J.3 

Family

Margaret Hull
Marriage*He married Margaret Hull before 1768.2 
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S54] Karen Roby, The Roby Family Home Page (<http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/o/b/Karen-Roby/index.html>).
  3. [S106] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXVII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. VIII, 1791 - 1795 (Jersey City, New Jersey: Scott Printing Co. Printers, 1942), 355.

Thomas Thatcher1

d. between April 1789 and May 1789
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Reference*Reference: John T. Snyder, Thatcher Family, (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm), "Electronic."

He signed a will, number 429(S). He resided at in Greenage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. Thomas bought land in Morris County, New Jersey in 1747. Reference Volume AB, New Jersey Deeds. 
Marriage*Thomas Thatcher married Susannah [--?--] in 1748 at Sussex County, New Jersey.2 
Death*Thomas Thatcher died between April 1789 and May 1789 at Greenage, Sussex County, New Jersey.1 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S54] Karen Roby, The Roby Family Home Page (<http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/o/b/Karen-Roby/index.html>).

Elizabeth Thatcher1,2

b. October 1725, d. 1 March 1789
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Marriage*Elizabeth Thatcher married John Taylor Jr., son of John Taylor and Sarah Thatcher
Birth*Elizabeth Thatcher was born in October 1725, daughter of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--], at England.2 
BurialElizabeth Thatcher was buried after 1 March 1789 at Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. her tombstone is inscribed
     Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church.2
 
Death*Elizabeth Thatcher died on 1 March 1789 at Pittstown, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, at age 63.1,2 
Burial*Elizabeth Thatcher was buried after 1 March 1789 at Alexandria, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.2 

Family

John Taylor Jr. b. 16 Jul 1720, d. 24 Sep 1805
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S408] Pam < Bush and e-mail address>, Email from Pam Bush to Hunterdon County List Server, 20 Jul 2001 (n.pub.), Recorded 03 Sep 2001.

Lorana Thatcher1

b. circa 1726, d. 1818
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Marriage*Lorana Thatcher married William Allen Jr. 
Birth*Lorana Thatcher was born circa 1726, daughter of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--].1 
Will*Lorana left a will dated 6 November 1815 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1815, Nov. 6. Lorana Allen of Kingwood Twp., will of. Nephew, Abel Taylor, clock, bed and bedding. John Slater, a chest. Nieces and nephew, to wit: Ann Slater, Edward Taylor, Lidia Hillman, Susanah Eick, Lorana Thatcher, Christian McClane, Rachel Campbell, Susanah McGinnis and Bartholomew Thatcher (son of my brother, William). Executors: friends, Francis Robinson and John Slater. Witnesses: William Birch, Jesse Warrick and Sarah Smith. Proved 14 Jan. 1818.
(Vol. 3, Page 153).2 
Death*Lorana Thatcher died in 1818 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S307] Phyllis B., compiler D'Autrechy, More Records of Old Hunterdon County, Vol. II ((Flemington, New Jersey, Hunterdon County Historical Society, 2000)), 91.

Samuel Thatcher1

d. 1802
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Marriage*Samuel Thatcher married Nancy [--?--]
Will*Samuel left a will dated 14 April 1802 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1802, April 14. Thatcher, Samuel, of Amwell Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Personal and real estate to be sold. Son, Joseph, £15. Son, Elijah, £35. Son, Nathan, £30. Daughter, Martha (now wife of John Trimmer), £60. Son, Aaron, £100. Son, Daniel, the 2 tracts on which he now dwells containing 102 acres; also £50. Grandson, John Henry (son of daughter, Elizabeth Henry, dec'd), £200 and a young mare. Granddaughter, Hope Henderson (daughter of said daughter, Elizabeth, dec'd), £10. Great granddaughter, Elizabeth Henderson, £5. Grandson, Bartholomew Thatcher (son of son, Joseph), £5. Residue to be equally divided between my sons and daughter. Executors - friends, John Sharp, Jr. and Henry Baker; both of Amwell Twsp. Witnesses - Peter Vanfleet, John Barton, Thomas Reading. Proved June 14, 1802.
Lib. 40, p. 28.

1806, May 6. Account by the Executors; shows a balance of $3,321.59 for distribution. File 2039J.2 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 9 June 1802 at New Jersey by 1802, June 9. Inventory, $508.44; made by Elisha Barton and Cornelius Polhemus.2 
Death*Samuel Thatcher died in 1802 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S107] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXIX, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. X, 1801 - 1805 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1946), 442.

James Thatcher1

d. 6 March 1799
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Reference*Reference: [Hutchinson, Elmer T., editor, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. IX, 1796 - 1800, (New Jersey Law Journal, Printers, Newark, N. J., 1944), 367.]

1799, May 10. Thatcher, James, of Kingwood Twsp., Hunterdon Co. Int. Adm'r - David Everitt. Fellowbondsmen - Lewis Stewart and Joshua Anderson; all of said Co.
Lib. 38, p. 467.

1799, May 10. Renunciation by Mary Thatcher, the widow. Witnesses - Lewis Stewart and Joshua Anderson.

1799, Mar. 12. Inventory, £92.5.6; made by Lewis Stewart and Barefoot Smith.

1800, Oct. 31. Account by Adm'r; shows deficiency of £204.17.7.

1800, Oct. --. Petition by Adm'r to sell part of real in order to settle with debts. 
Birth*James Thatcher was born, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--], at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Marriage*James Thatcher married Mary Large
Death*James Thatcher died on 6 March 1799 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 12 March 1799 at New Jersey.2 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S131] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXVII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. IX, 1796 - 1800 (Newark, New Jersey: New Jersey Law Journal, Printers, 1944), 367.

Amos L. Thatcher1

b. July 1704, d. 18 January 1798
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Reference*Reference: John T. Snyder, Thatcher Family, (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm), "Electronic."

Amos served in the American Revolution. Amos located in Maidenhead Township in 1741. Children (all dates copied in 1900 by Adelaid F. Rockefellow from Bible records of Thatcher Prall, which were in the possession of John C. Thatcher in 1924). 
Birth*Amos L. Thatcher was born in July 1704, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--].1 
Marriage*Amos L. Thatcher married Lydia [--?--] circa 1726.1 
Will*Amos left a will dated 24 February 1787 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1787, Feb. 24. Thatcher, Amos, of Amwell Twsp., Hunterdon Co; will of. Son, Daniel, home plantation of 214 acres bounded by lands of John Severns and others; he to pay to the children of son, Amos, dec'd, £150, divided between them when of age. Son, Job, plantation, whereas he lives in Alexandria Twsp., being 130 acres. To the heirs of son, Joseph, 5 shillings. Daughters, Lydia, Urenia, Azobah, and Martha, all personal, divided between them. Daughter, Martha, now a widow, to have 2 rooms in Daniel's house, during her widowhood. Executors - son, Daniel, and friend, Thomas Kitchen. Witnesses - Franklin Gordon, Charles Sargent and Samuel Adams. Proved Feb. 7, 1798.
Lib. 37, p. 453.

1801, June 16. Account by Daniel Thatcher; shows total, £249.14.7. File 1859J.2 
Death*Amos L. Thatcher died on 18 January 1798 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, at age 93.1 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 30 January 1798 at New Jersey by 1798, Jan. 30. Inventory, £210.14.2; made by Cornelius Lake and Charles Sargent.2 

Family

Lydia [--?--]
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S131] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXVII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. IX, 1796 - 1800 (Newark, New Jersey: New Jersey Law Journal, Printers, 1944), 367.

Jeremiah Thatcher1

b. 1714, d. 1790
FatherBartholomew Thatcher b. 1670, d. bt 1764 - 1771
MotherElizabeth [--?--] b. 1684, d. 29 Jul 1771
Reference*Reference: John T. Snyder, Thatcher Family, (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm), "Electronic."

He served in the military before 1790. Jeremiah is found in Volume II of the DAR Patriotic Index. 
Milit-Beg*Jeremiah Thatcher began military service Patriot in Revolutionary War.2 
Marriage*He married Nancy Ann Taylor, daughter of John Taylor and Sarah Thatcher
Birth*Jeremiah Thatcher was born in 1714, son of Bartholomew Thatcher and Elizabeth [--?--], at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.3 
Will*Jeremiah left a will dated 3 June 1790 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey:
     1790, June 3. Thatcher, Jeremiah, of Kingwood, Hunterdon Co; will of. Wife, Nancy, use of homestead, except 50 acres where Doctor George Cambel lives; but my Executors are to dispose of the profits of the land to support my daughter, Rachel Cambel or my wife, Nancy, or my daughter, Nancy Everitt. Moveable estate and land is Sussex Co. to be sold, and the money to be let to my children, Daniel, Mary, Grace, Nancy and Rebeka. My Executors are to take out a deed for the land my son, Edward Thatcher, lived lately on in Pennsylvania. Edward's wife to live on the land and educate Edward's children; but if my son, Edward, is alive and should return, I give the land to him. Executors - sons-in-law, Richard Opdike and Job Thatcher. Witnesses - Machal Stack, Jan Barkeloo, James Vannetter. Proved Sept. 4, 1790.4 
Death*Jeremiah Thatcher died in 1790 at Kingwood, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
Inventory*The inventory of his estate was taken on 13 August 1790 at New Jersey by 1790, Aug. 13. Inventory, £495.18.6, made by Elijah Allen and Hezekiah Waterhouse.
Lib. 30, p. 292.4 

Family

Nancy Ann Taylor
Marriage*He married Nancy Ann Taylor, daughter of John Taylor and Sarah Thatcher
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S122] Janice Gonzalez, Email from Janice Gonzalez to Jim McCarthy, 23 Feb 2000 (n.pub.).
  2. [S54] Karen Roby, The Roby Family Home Page (<http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/o/b/Karen-Roby/index.html>).
  3. [S51] Thatcher Family, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm : accessed 2001.
  4. [S164] Elmer T. Hutchinson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey; First Series, Volume XXXVI, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Administration, Etc., Vol. VII, 1786 - 1790 (Trenton, New Jersey: MacCrellish & Quigley Co., Printers, 1941), 225.

Richard Thatcher1

b. between 1620 and 1626, d. 1690
FatherRichard Wooldstone Thatcher b. c 1595, d. 1628
Reference*Reference: John T. Snyder, Thatcher Family, (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm), "Electronic."

Richard Thatcher, Sr. made his will no. 158, October 13, 1690 and he died between then and January 3, 1690/1691 when his four daughters were brought to Orphans Court, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Negative proofs at Swarthmore & Friends Library, London, England.

Richard came to Bucks County, Pennsylvania as one of the first customers of William Penn's lands. He received two city lots in Philadelphia for being one of the first fifteen purchasers.

There is another Richard Thatcher from England that married a (Jane) Jeane Stevens. Research by Helen Rowell indicates that Common Pleas Court records of Bucks County, Pennsylvania places our Thatchers there in 1682 and they figured in court cases two or three years later. The Richard Thatcher and Jane Stevens of Chester County produced no Bartholomew in three succeeding generations.

One interesting theory developed by H.J. Leimbach and sent to me by Helen Rowell regarding Richard goes like this. The second Richard Thatcher whose will #158 was made in 1690. First how do we know he was born in 1620 because I've seen no record of this birth date. Let's suppose instead he was born in 1640 or so, in which case he still could be son of Richard Thatcher and Joan Skegglethorpe and married Mary Bush in 1670, after which he had second set of children (say 4 daughters Sarah, Rachel, Martha and Mary; probably last about 1684 before going to Pennsylvania. This would mean the first marriage could have been unrecorded as was birth of sons Richard, Bartholomew, Joseph, and Amos who could have been born in period of 1660's. Of course Richard still could have been born as early as 1620, but we have no record of his birth and obviously could not be son of Richard and Joan or married Mary Bush. So I do not believe that the Mary Thatcher who had trouble with her husband 1675-1680 is mother-in-law to Jane Thatcher above. It seems more likely that they, Mary and Jane, married cousins RICHARD. And of course and by coincidence there could be another Mary Thatcher (of which no record exists). Maybe wife died in childbirth of last daughter Mary about 1634 in England. Now to the Richard Thatcher in America; we know the following. He got land grant of 1000 acres from William Penn in 1682, but he did not come with Penn on the Welcome in 1682. The first record I can find is that he was on a Bucks County Jury in 1685 (from Extracts of Minute Book of Common Pleas and Quarter Session Courts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1684-1730). Also from this minute book in 1686, Richard Thatcher complained that a proposed road from Wrightstown to ferry house over to Burlington (New Jersey) would run through his land. Then beginning in 1684 we find repeated records of trouble by Richard Jr. who was guilty of stealing a hog and abusing his father in 1689 for which he was whipped bare back 21 stripes. In 1689 Richard and Bartholomew were witnesses. 1690 the will of Richard Thatcher delivered. 1691 judgement against Richard, 1692 Bartholomew, Joseph and Amos Executors. He was married to Mary MORRIS. Richard apparently had two wives. Both were deceased by will.

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 17, Ed. 1, Tree #2088, Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000]

Richard Wooldstone Thatcher, purchased from William Penn in 1682
Pennslyvania Archives, Series 1, Vol 1, pg 40-46
"lands granted by William Penn, esq, in 1682
Richard W Thatcher # 52 1,000 acres
Caleb Pusey # (3) 250 "
John Stevens # 52 250 "
Thomas Pierce # 51 1,000 "
------------------------------------------- taken from Warrants and Surveys of the
Province of Pennsylvania, including the
Three Lower Counties dated 1759
from Department of Records, City of Philadelphia
and reprinted by The Bookmark PO Box 74 Knightstown , IN

page 40 --read under Philadelphia City - lot descriptions are
Portraiture from the first plan. The plan divided the lots
into either Schuylkill or Delaware lots and further divides these
into two categories -- Front, Back or High Street lots.
Symbols are:
D == Delaware
S == Schuylkill
F == Front
B == Back
H == High
page 60 of above booklet:

THATCHER, RICHARD 1683 vol 37 S F
Schuylkill Front lot
THATCHER, RICHARD 1683 vol 76 S H
Schuylkill High lot
___________________________ Other friends of Richard Thatcher also purchased land at the same time, from William Penn. Many with connections from the English Quakers.
Phineas Pemberton- a close friend of Richard 1683
William Brinton 1685
George Fox 1682 - good friend of Wm Penn
Charles Yocum 1684
James Yocum 1715
Joseph Thatcher 1701
Zerubbabel Thatcher 1736
William Cooper 1700
Peter Dicks 1701_
--------------------------
from Penn Archives, Ser. 2, vol 19, p 376
The property by L and Rel. dated 3 and 4 May 1682, William Penn, esq., granted to Richard Thatcher, now deceased, one thousand acres, and the said Rich'd, in his life time, by his last will, dated 13 day, 8 mo, '90 (1690), duley proved, devised to his sons Bartholomew Thatcher and JNO Thatcher a certain share of the said 1,000 a's as well surveyed and unsurveyed, upon which there being formerly 650 a's taken up and 350 remaining unsurveyed, which fell to their part, they, the former Bartholomew and Jos, by their deed Poll date 6,1 mp, 1700-1, directed by Edw Pennington conveyed the sd 350 a's to Samuel Beaks, of Bucks Co. yoeman, having 1st procured a warrant for the same from Prop'try dat 1-12-1700-1, directed to Ed Pennington which warrant being executed by John Cutler and duly ret'd to office, the sd Sam'l Beaks request and duly ret's,to office, the sd Sam'l Beaks requests a confirmation of same. was Granted.
------------------------ page 412, seer. 2, vol 19:
Wm Lambal of Reading, county Berks, Mealman, purchaser of 625 a's of land by deeds from the Prot'ry dat 20-30 June 1688, by Inst. dated May 2, 1702, declared that he granted a way of the same 100 a's to R'd Thatcher and 100 a's to Jos Gilpin and kept remaining 326 to himself.
------------------------ by Charles R Thatcher Indianapolis IN 1997

________________________ Richard Wooldstone Thatcher, died in the fall of 1690, Bucks Co, PA.
Records show that both Richard and Sarah died during the fall of 1690.
The younger children were shown listed in:
Bucks County, Ophans Court Proceedings F 23372 Pt. 6 Richard Estate.
pg 24 Mary Thatcher to be placed into Thomas Tunneclif until 21
Sarah Thatcher to be placed into Joseph Growdon until 18
L 5 to be paid Sarah Thatcher when 18
Martha and Rachel Thatcher to be placed into William Paxson and
Henry Paxson
above dated 1 January 1690-1
pg 25 14 January 1690-1
Martha Thatcher, eight years of age, to William Paxson for
10 years and to receive 2 pounds.
Rachel Thatcher, ten years of age, Joseph Kirkbride for
8 years and to receive 6 pounds.
the above orphans court proceedings listed as file number 20.
--------------------------------------- Pennsylvania Archives, Series 3 pg 96 " Old Rights"
12 January 1701 Joseph Thatcher and his brothers -
warrents 350 acres.
4 August 1683 Richard Thatcher warrents 400 acres
8 September 1682 Richard Thatcher an order 250 acres.
-----------------------
24 December 1697 - Robert Robinson, Surgote - Province of PA
"Appeared before me, Joseph Thatcher, for himself and in name of
and in behalf of Bartholomew Thatcher, ye surviving sons of the aboved named , Richard Thatcher"
this would indicate that by 1697 both Amos and Richard Jr, were
deceased.
________________________- Penn Archives Series 2, vol 19, pg 443
" Bob Heaton, having purchased 250 acres of R'd Thatchers purchase in Bucks and being resurveyed is found to contain 280 acres, of which 10 acres in overplus, for which he agrees to pay L 8sh in consideation that he is oblidged to pay L4,12sh for 14 acres before. This to be paid at May Fair"
------------------------------ PA Magazine of History vol 40, pg 376
Letters of John Nicholls to Pheneas Pemberton, 1688-9.
"Richard Thatcher's father also refused to pay his bill saying hee owes him not ye money which if so he was very wrong to draw on him for it--wherefore I desier thee let him know that his bill is like to come back protested....." Addressed to "my loving friend Phineas Pemberton living near the Fall of Dallaware River in Pennsivlania" (spelling as written). 
Occupation*Richard's occupation was a Farmer.1 
Marriage*He married Mary Morris
Birth*Richard Thatcher was born between 1620 and 1626, son of Richard Wooldstone Thatcher, at Berkshire, England.1 
BirthRichard Thatcher was born circa 1658, son of Richard Wooldstone Thatcher, at Berkshire, England.2 
Marriage*Richard Thatcher married Sarah [--?--] circa 1666 at Wooldstone Church, Berkshire, England.2 
Death*Richard Thatcher died in 1690 at Philadelphia, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.1 
Will*Richard left a will dated 13 October 1690 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania:
     No. 158. Richard Thatcher of Bucks Co., husbandman. Sons Richard (eldest), Bartholomew, Joseph and Amos; daughters, Sarah, Rachel, Martha, and Mary, all minors. Mentions Phineas Pemberton. Sons Bartholomew, Joseph, and Amos, Exr's.

Signed with mark, 13 Oct., 1690. Proved 24 Dec., 1697. Witnesses: Thomas Stackhouse, Isreal Taylor.3 
DeathRichard Thatcher died before 24 December 1697.3 

Family

Mary Morris
Marriage*He married Mary Morris
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S51] Thatcher Family, online http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/2360/index.htm : accessed 2001.
  2. [S94] Inc. Brøderbund Software, World Family Tree Vol. 17, Ed. 1, Tree #2088 (Date of Import: Jan 15, 2000).
  3. [S172] Unknown author, Abstract of Wills at Philadelphia ((Publications of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, Vol. III, No. 1, January 1906, Philadelphia, Pa., Printed for the Society by The Wicersham Printer Co)), 12.

Jacob Rouser1,2

FatherGideon Rouser
Marriage*Jacob Rouser married Mary Heath, daughter of John Heath and Mary [--?--].3 

Family

Mary Heath b. 13 Mar 1751/52, d. bt 1830 - 1832
Children
Last Edited31 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 44.
  2. [S856] Jay Bee, Recollections of Baptistown ((Frenchtown, NJ, Hunterdon Independent, 1893 - 1897), http://www.raub-and-more.com/baptown), 24.
  3. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), page 44.

Andrew Heath1,2

b. circa 1695, d. after 23 August 1745
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1665, d. 20 Dec 1720
MotherElizabeth Barret d. c 1716
Birth*Andrew Heath was born circa 1695, son of Andrew Heath and Elizabeth Barret.1 
BaptismAndrew was baptized in 1705 at Hopewell Episcopal Church in Hopewell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 3 January 1716/17 at Hopewell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Andrew Heath was named as an heir.2 
Marriage*He married Mary [--?--]
Will*Andrew left a will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.3 
Will-Abstract*His will is abstracted as follows:
Heath, Andrew, of Amwell, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey; will of. Wife, Mary. Sons--Andrew, John, Richard, David and Timothy. Daughters--Elizabeth Ketchum, Mary, Catharine and Sarah. Executors--wife, and son Andrew. Witnesses--Ephraim Quinby, Daniel Ketchum and John Lewis, M. D.
3 
Death*Andrew Heath died after 23 August 1745.3 
Probate*His estate was probated on 5 October 1745 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.3 

Family

Mary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Marriage*He married Mary [--?--]
Children
Last Edited31 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), page 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 219.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Andrew Heath1,2

b. circa 1725, d. circa 21 June 1777
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Marriage*Andrew Heath married Magdalene [--?--]
Birth*Andrew Heath was born circa 1725, son of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir & Executor) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Andrew Heath was named as executor and as an heir.3 
Death*Andrew Heath died circa 21 June 1777.1 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Richard Heath1

b. circa 1724, d. circa 1 November 1769
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Marriage*Richard Heath married Mayke Williamson, daughter of William Williamson and Patience [--?--]
Birth*Richard Heath was born circa 1724, son of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1,2 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Richard Heath was named as an heir.3 
Death*Richard Heath died circa 1 November 1769.1 

Family

Mayke Williamson b. fr 1743 - 1747, d. 1831
Child
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 23.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

David Heath1,2

b. circa 1724, d. 1820
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Marriage*David Heath married Mary Worthington
Birth*David Heath was born circa 1724, son of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, David Heath was named as an heir.3 
Death*David Heath died in 1820 at Stephensburg, Morris County, New Jersey.1 

Family

Mary Worthington d. 1817
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 34.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Timothy Heath1,2

b. circa 1724
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Birth*Timothy Heath was born circa 1724, son of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Timothy Heath was named as an heir.3 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Elizabeth Heath1,2

b. circa 1724
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Birth*Elizabeth Heath was born circa 1724, daughter of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Elizabeth Ketchum was named as an heir.3 
Marriage*She married [--?--] Ketchum before 23 August 1745.2 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Catharine Heath1,2

b. circa 1724
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Birth*Catharine Heath was born circa 1724, daughter of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Catharine Heath was named as an heir.3 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.

Sarah Heath1,2

b. 1724
FatherAndrew Heath b. c 1695, d. a 23 Aug 1745
MotherMary [--?--] d. a 23 Aug 1745
Birth*Sarah Heath was born in 1724, daughter of Andrew Heath and Mary [--?--].1 
(Heir) WillIn Andrew Heath's will dated 23 August 1745 at Amwell, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Sarah Heath was named as an heir.3 
Last Edited7 Mar 2007

Citations

  1. [S342] Louise H. Tunison and Althea F. Courtot, The Heath Family of Hunterdon County, New Jersey (n.p.: n.pub., April 1977), 8.
  2. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), 228.
  3. [S134] William Nelson, editor, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Volume XXIII, Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, 1670 - 1730 (269 Main Street, Patterson, New Jersey: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1901), page 228.