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18848. Ludi "Ludwig" RAMSEYER,204 son of Peter RAMSEYER and Christina [--?--], was born in 1572 in Signau, Bern, Switzerland and died WFT Est 1603-1663 at age 31.

Ludi married Madlen "Magdalena" "Husser" HUSER WFT Est 1603-1638. Madlen was born in 1572 in Signau, Bern, Switzerland and died WFT Est 1603-1666 at age 31.

The child from this marriage was:

9424       i.  Hans "Johannes" RAMSEYER (born on 20 January 1594 in Signau, Bern, Switzerland - died WFT Est 1642-1686)


18849. Madlen "Magdalena" "Husser" HUSER was born in 1572 in Signau, Bern, Switzerland and died WFT Est 1603-1666 at age 31.

Madlen married Ludi "Ludwig" RAMSEYER 204 WFT Est 1603-1638. Ludi was born in 1572 in Signau, Bern, Switzerland and died WFT Est 1603-1663 at age 31.

19456. Zacharias NAFZIGER 77 was born in 1590 in Wurtemburg, Germany.77

General Notes: Originally the Nafzgers had come from Wurttemberg, where the name still appears today as Nefzger (Nehzer comes from the Swabian verb nefzen meaning to doze or nap, thus a designation for a slow, easy-going person). Zacharias Nafzger, a smith, settled in Thun in 1621. Since that time his descendants have lived around Thun as craftsmen (pewterers and silversmiths).

Zacharias married Margareth ENGEMANN 77 in 1621 in Thun, Switzerland.77 Margareth was born about 1600 in Thun, Switzerland.77

Children from this marriage were:

9728       i.  Melchior NAFZIGER (born in 1600 in Wurtemburg, Germany - buried in Uetendorf, Switzerland)

         ii.  Ludwig NAFZIGER was born in 1610 in Wurtemburg, Germany.77


19457. Margareth ENGEMANN 77 was born about 1600 in Thun, Switzerland.77

Margareth married Zacharias NAFZIGER 77 in 1621 in Thun, Switzerland.77 Zacharias was born in 1590 in Wurtemburg, Germany.77

24960. Konrad NUSLI,261,263 son of Jokob NÜSSLI and Eva KOBLETT, was born in 1570 in Schlatt, Zurick, Switzerland 28,297 and died on 30 November 1646 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland 334 at age 76.

General Notes:
Cunrad Nußli was listed as a widower in the 1634 Catalogus Ecclesia of Oberlangenhard. Residing with him was a Jagli Nußli, farmhand, age 14 and Barbel …, maidli, age 13. (They may be his grandchildren.)

Cunrad Nußli was listed as a widow in the 1640 Catalogus Ecclesia of Oberlangenhard. Residing with him were Jagli Nußli, age 20; Hans Jagli Stitz? Age 13; and Hans Schuyler, age 7.

Cunrad Nußli was listed as a widow in the 1643 Catalogus Ecclesia of Oberlangenhart.

Cunrad Nußli was listed as a widow in the 1646 Catalogus Ecclesia of Oberlangenhard. This time he was residing in the household of his son Hans Jacob Nußli and wife Margreth Winkler. 209

Konrad married Dorthea BOLSTERLI 297 on 5 April 1595 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland.297 Dorthea was born in 1581 in Switzerland 297 and died in 1602 in Switzerland 297 at age 21.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Anna NUSLI was born on 22 May 1597 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland 297 and died on 3 December 1654 263 at age 57.

12480       ii.  Hans Jacob NUSLI I (born on 20 May 1596 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland - died on 2 May 1653 in Muttersholtz Bei, Schlettstadt In Alsace)

           iii.  Ursel NUSLI was born on 20 August 1598.297

Konrad next married Margreth WANNER,297 daughter of Hanns WANNER and Margreth SCHANIN, on 21 March 1603.297 Margreth was christened on 7 October 1572 in Parish Of Wila, Zell, Switzerland 209 and died on 5 November 1632 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland 209,335 at age 60.

Noted events in her life were:

• Religion: Protestant. 209

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Ulrich NUSLI was born on 17 June 1604.297

            ii.  Margretha NUSLI was born on 20 November 1605.297

           iii.  Hans Jakob NUSLI II was born on 22 February 1609 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland.297

            iv.  Anna NUSLI was born on 21 May 1612 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland.297


24961. Dorthea BOLSTERLI,297 daughter of Hans BOLSTERLI and Elsbeth STRUEBLER, was born in 1581 in Switzerland 297 and died in 1602 in Switzerland 297 at age 21.

Dorthea married Konrad NUSLI 261,263 on 5 April 1595 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland.297 Konrad was born in 1570 in Schlatt, Zurick, Switzerland 28,297 and died on 30 November 1646 in Zell, Zurich, Switzerland 334 at age 76.

24964. Melchior MEYER,261,263,336,337,338 son of Hans MEYER and Unknown, was born in 1555.263

General Notes: Arrsted 1620 Schleitheim, per Penn. Mennonite Heritage, Apt 1998, Jane Evans Best, author.

Melchior married.

Children from this marriage were:

12482        i.  Hans MEYER (born in 1582)

            ii.  Vincenz MEYER was born in 1597.263




24968. Hans BAR,263,296,310,311 son of Hans BAR and Kathrina HUBER, was born about 1570 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland,263 died on 20 July 1617 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 about age 47, and was buried on 20 July 1617 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

Noted events in his life were:

• Religion: Anabaptist.

Hans married Anna BEIDERMANN 263,296,311 about 1595 in Zurich, Switzerland. Anna was born in 1574 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland,263 died on 11 January 1618 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 at age 44, and was buried on 11 January 1618 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Hans Jakob BAR was born about 1595 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland and died about February 1674 about age 79.

12484       ii.  Oswald "Osli" BAR (born before 1614 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland - died after 1679 in Ittlingen, Kraichgau Region, Germany)


24969. Anna BEIDERMANN 263,296,310,311 was born in 1574 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland,263 died on 11 January 1618 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 at age 44, and was buried on 11 January 1618 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

Noted events in her life were:

• Religion: Anabaptist.

Anna married Hans BAR 263,296,311 about 1595 in Zurich, Switzerland. Hans was born about 1570 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland,263 died on 20 July 1617 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 about age 47, and was buried on 20 July 1617 in Hausen, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

24970. Felix LAMPRECHT 261,263,296,310,311,339 was born about 1580 in Switzerland 263 and died in 1634 in Switzerland 263 about age 54.

Felix married Barbara MEILI 261,263,296,311,339,340 on 4 February 1610 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.263 Barbara was born about 1586 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 and died after 1647 263.

Children from this marriage were:

12485        i.  Elisabeth LAMPRECHT (born on 5 August 1621 in Aesch, Birmensdorf, Canton, Zurich, Switzerland - died on 2 March 1661 in Ittlingen, Kraichgau Region, Germany)

            ii.  Verena LAMPRECHT was born about 1610 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

           iii.  Hans LAMPRECHT was born in 1611 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

            iv.  Anna LAMPRECHT was born about 1613 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

             v.  Ursel LAMPRECHT was born about 1615 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland and died on 26 August 1636 about age 21.

            vi.  Toni LAMPRECHT was born about 1616 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

           vii.  Heinrich LAMPRECHT was born about 1617 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

          viii.  Jagli LAMPRECHT was born about 1619 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

            ix.  Barbel LAMPRECHT was born about 1624 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

             x.  Trine LAMPRECHT was born about 1624 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.

            xi.  Felix LAMPRECHT was born about 1629 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland and died on 7 September 1636 about age 7.


24971. Barbara MEILI,261,263,296,310,311,339,340 daughter of Jacob MEILI and Verena SCHUEPP, was born about 1586 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 and died after 1647 263.

Barbara married Felix LAMPRECHT 261,263,296,311,339 on 4 February 1610 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland.263 Felix was born about 1580 in Switzerland 263 and died in 1634 in Switzerland 263 about age 54.

24972. Jaqli (Jacob) MEYER,263,310,339 son of Mathis MEYER and Unknown, was born on 10 June 1582 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 and died after 1626 in Switzerland.

Jaqli married Barbara SCHNYDER 28 on 13 May 1610.28 Barbara was born about 1586 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.28

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Regula MEYER was born about 1611.

12486       ii.  Michael MEYER (born before 13 September 1612 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland - died on 15 August 1676 in Hilsbach, Switzerland)

           iii.  Anna MEYER was born in January 1618.

            iv.  Trina MEYER was born on 1 September 1619.

             v.  Jaqli MEYER was born on 6 January 1622 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.


24973. Barbara SCHNYDER 28,310 was born about 1586 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland.28

Barbara married Jaqli (Jacob) MEYER 263,339 on 13 May 1610.28 Jaqli was born on 10 June 1582 in Birmensdorf, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263 and died after 1626 in Switzerland.


24974. Hans Jacob HESS,310,341 son of Hans Heinrich HESS and Unknown, was born about 1597 in Ruetschwil, Baretswil, Switzerland,341 was christened on 26 June 1597 in Baretswil, Zurich, Switzerland,341 and died in Switzerland.

Hans married Anna SPORI 342 on 25 February 1619 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.341 Anna was born about 1598 in Baretswil, Zurich, Switzerland.342

Children from this marriage were:

12487        i.  Anna HESS (born in 1619 in Baretswil, Zurich, Switzerland)

            ii.  Barbel HESS was born in 1621 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland and was christened on 20 May 1621 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.343

           iii.  Rudolf HESS was born in 1624 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland and was christened on 18 July 1625 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.344

            iv.  Jacob HESS was born on 20 November 1625 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.

             v.  Heinrich HESS was born on 18 November 1627 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.

Hans next married Elsbeth BACHMAN about 1634 in Zurich, Switzerland. Elsbeth was born about 1613 in Zurich, Switzerland and died in Zurich, Switzerland.


24975. Anna SPORI,342 daughter of Hans SPOERRI and Unknown, was born about 1598 in Baretswil, Zurich, Switzerland.342

Anna married Hans Jacob HESS 341 on 25 February 1619 in Barteswil, Zurich, Switzerland.341 Hans was born about 1597 in Ruetschwil, Baretswil, Switzerland,341 was christened on 26 June 1597 in Baretswil, Zurich, Switzerland,341 and died in Switzerland.

24976. Jacob FUNK,312 son of Hitz FUNK and Unknown, was born in 1580 in Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland 312 and died after 1640 in Germany 312.

Jacob married Anna NÄF 312 about 1605.312 Anna was born in 1587 312 and died after 1640 312. Another name for Anna was Anna NEFF.

Children from this marriage were:

12488        i.  Heinrich FUNK (born in 1612 in Knonau, Canton Zurich, Switzerland - died on 3 October 1669 in Ober Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland)

            ii.  Anna FUNK was born in 1615 in Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland and was christened on 15 October 1615 in Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland.28

           iii.  Barbara FUNK was christened on 21 June 1618 in Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland 28 and died in 1634 28 at age 16.




24977. Anna NÄF,312 daughter of Hans NÄF and Verena GUTH, was born in 1587 312 and died after 1640 312. Another name for Anna was Anna NEFF.

Anna married Jacob FUNK 312 about 1605.312 Jacob was born in 1580 in Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland 312 and died after 1640 in Germany 312.

24978. Rev. Hans MEILI,261,263,310,311,312,339,340 son of Jacob MEILI and Verena SCHUEPP, was born about 1583 in Waltenburg, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263,312 and died about 1651 in Rapperswil, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263,312 about age 68. Another name for Hans was Rev. Hans MEYLI.

Hans married Elsbeth HOCHSTRASSER 312 on 29 May 1603 in Reformed Church, Landiken, Zurich, Switzerland.312 Elsbeth was born in 1585 in Landikon, Birmensdorf, Zurich, Switzerland 312 and died about 1650 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland 312 about age 65.

Children from this marriage were:

12489        i.  Katharine MEILI (born about 1612 in Stallikon, Zurich, Switzerland - died on 9 April 1681 in Ober Mettmenstetten, Zurich, Switzerland)

            ii.  Martin MEILI.


24979. Elsbeth HOCHSTRASSER,312 daughter of Hans HOCHSTRASSER and Unknown, was born in 1585 in Landikon, Birmensdorf, Zurich, Switzerland 312 and died about 1650 in Canton Zurich, Switzerland 312 about age 65.

Elsbeth married Rev. Hans MEILI 261,263,311,312,339,340 on 29 May 1603 in Reformed Church, Landiken, Zurich, Switzerland.312 Hans was born about 1583 in Waltenburg, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263,312 and died about 1651 in Rapperswil, Canton Zurich, Switzerland 263,312 about age 68. Another name for Hans was Rev. Hans MEYLI.

24992. Uli SIGRIST,239 son of Johannes SIGRIST and Elizabeth KOCH, was born in 1581 in Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

Uli married Elizabeth HOCHSTRASSER about 1602. Elizabeth was born in 1584 in Fahrwangen, Aargau, Lenzburg. Switzerland.

The child from this marriage was:

12496        i.  Jacobe SIGRIST (born in 1609 in Fahrwangen, Aargau, Lenzburg. Switzerland - died)


24993. Elizabeth HOCHSTRASSER,239 daughter of Johannes HOCHSTRASSER and Barbara EICHENBERGER, was born in 1584 in Fahrwangen, Aargau, Lenzburg. Switzerland.

Elizabeth married Uli SIGRIST about 1602. Uli was born in 1581 in Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

24994. Rudolph SIGRIST,239 son of Johannes SIGRIST and Barbara WAELTI, was born in 1578 in Seengen, Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

Rudolph married Barbara HAURI about 1608. Barbara was born in 1589 in Seengen, Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

The child from this marriage was:

12497        i.  Barbara SIGRIST (born about 1611 in Fahrwangen, Aargau, Lenzburg. Switzerland - died)


24995. Barbara HAURI 239 was born in 1589 in Seengen, Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

Barbara married Rudolph SIGRIST about 1608. Rudolph was born in 1578 in Seengen, Aargau, Lenzburg, Switzerland and died.

25392. John BOND,28 son of Roger BOND and Johanna JENN, was born in September 1590 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England,28 was christened on 1 October 1590 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England,28 and died on 31 May 1661 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 at age 70.

John married Elizabeth HITCHINGS 28 on 25 June 1613 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England.28 Elizabeth was born about 1592 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 and died on 27 July 1663 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 about age 71. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth HITCHINGE.

Children from this marriage were:

12696        i.  Mathew BOND (born in May 1614 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England - died on 19 May 1689 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England)

            ii.  Joan BOND was born in 1624 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 12 January 1624 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England.28

           iii.  Mary BOND was born in 1615 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 10 March 1615 in Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England.28

            iv.  Elizabeth BOND was born in 1618 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 1 July 1618 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England.28

             v.  John BOND was born in 1620 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 30 August 1620 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England.28

            vi.  Roger BOND was born in 1622 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 11 September 1622 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England.28 Another name for Roger was Roger BANDE.28

           vii.  Sarah BOND was born in 1627 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England and was christened on 1 July 1627 in Thurden, , Cornwall, England.28


25393. Elizabeth HITCHINGS 28 was born about 1592 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 and died on 27 July 1663 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 about age 71. Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth HITCHINGE.

Elizabeth married John BOND 28 on 25 June 1613 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England.28 John was born in September 1590 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England,28 was christened on 1 October 1590 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England,28 and died on 31 May 1661 in Kilkhampton, , Cornwall, England 28 at age 70.

26560. Edmund FARBRACE,273,324 son of Laurence FARBRACE and Rose BOLEYNGE, was born in 1579 in Chartham, Kent County, England 324 and was christened on 27 August 1579 in Chartham, Kent County, England.273

Edmund married Jane BOLDINGE 273 in 1609.273 Jane was born est 1579 and was buried on 9 November 1615 in Chartham, Kent County, England.273,324

Children from this marriage were:

13280        i.  Thomas FARBRACE (born in 1611 in Chartham, Kent County, England - died in December 1668 in East Riding, Yorkshire, England)

            ii.  Edmund FARBRACE was born in September 1610 in Kent County, England, was christened on 29 September 1610 in Kent County, England,273 died in December 1614 in Kent County, England at age 4, and was buried on 23 December 1614 in Kent County, England.273


26561. Jane BOLDINGE 273 was born est 1579 and was buried on 9 November 1615 in Chartham, Kent County, England.273,324

Jane married Edmund FARBRACE 273,324 in 1609.273 Edmund was born in 1579 in Chartham, Kent County, England 324 and was christened on 27 August 1579 in Chartham, Kent County, England.273

26562. John ODIN 28 was born est 1594.

John married.

Children from this marriage were:

13281        i.  Susan ODDEN (born in January 1617 in Chilham, Kent, England)

            ii.  Iden ODIN was born in November 1605 in Chilham, Kent, England, was christened on 30 November 1605 in Chilham, Kent, England,28 and died on 3 December 1605 in Chilham, Kent, England 28.

           iii.  John ODIN was born in August 1614 in Chilham, Kent, England and was christened on 21 August 1614 in Chilham, Kent, England.28 Another name for John was John ODDEN.28

            iv.  Als ODIN was born in November 1615 in Chilham, Kent, England and was christened on 3 December 1615 in Chilham, Kent, England.28

             v.  William ODIN was born in March 1607 in Chilham, Kent, England and was christened on 15 March 1607 in Chilham, Kent, England.28


30528. Hans Florian BALMER,28 son of Isreal BALMER and Catharina VOLMERS, was born on 15 June 1598 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany.28

Hans married Anna Barbara DENINGER 28 on 1 July 1638 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Anna was born est 1619 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Children from this marriage were:

15264        i.  Hans Flor BALMER (born on 17 May 1640 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany - died on 3 February 1720-1719 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany)

            ii.  Georg Michael BALMER was born in 1646.28

           iii.  Anna Dorothea BALMER was born from 17 March 1651 to 1650.

            iv.  Anna Barbara BALMER was born on 11 December 1670 in Germany.28


30529. Anna Barbara DENINGER,28 daughter of Johannes DENINGER and Unknown, was born est 1619 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Anna married Hans Florian BALMER 28 on 1 July 1638 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Hans was born on 15 June 1598 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany.28

30530. Jacob HAUSSER .

Jacob married Anna WOLFE.

The child from this marriage was:

15265        i.  Barbara HAUSSER (born on 28 October 1640 in Linkenheim, Karlsruhe, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany)


30531. Anna WOLFE .

Anna married Jacob HAUSSER.

30576. Conrad UMBERGER, SR .292

Conrad married Verena HUERZELER on 22 June 1578 in Zofingren, Canton Aargau, Switzerland.28 Verena was born in Zofingren, Canton Aargau, Switzerland.

The child from this marriage was:

15288        i.  Conrad UMBERGER (born about 1620 in Flums, Canton St. Gallen, Switzerland - died after 1675 in Reihen, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany)


30577. Verena HUERZELER 292 was born in Zofingren, Canton Aargau, Switzerland.

Verena married Conrad UMBERGER, SR on 22 June 1578 in Zofingren, Canton Aargau, Switzerland.28

30588. Fridli WŸDLER 313 was born about 1568 in , , Zurich, Swt, died on 16 January 1648 in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt about age 80, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt. Other names for Fridli were Fridli WEIDLER, and Fridli WIDLER.

Research Notes:
BIRTH: Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Church Census 1643, LDS film #1185145. Reports Fridli's age as 75.

MARRIAGE1: Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, LDS film #996946. Maiden name of wife given at baptisms of children.

MARRIAGE2: Ibid.

DEATH: Ibid.

Fridli married Regula FRICK from about 1587 to 1588 in , , Zurich, Swt. Regula died about 1604 in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Verena WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 24 November 1588 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 24 March 1614 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 25, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            ii.  Elsbeth WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 3 March 1590 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, and died as an infant in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

           iii.  Adelheit WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was christened on 31 October 1591 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            iv.  Barbeli WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 11 May 1595 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, and died after 1649 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

             v.  Johannes (Hans) WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 27 February 1597 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 7 October 1661 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 64, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            vi.  Susanna WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 7 May 1598 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 4 January 1661 in , Maschwanden, Zurich, Swt at age 62, and was buried in , Maschwanden, Zurich, Swt.

           vii.  Elsbeth WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 12 August 1599 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 23 January 1649 in , Maschwanden, Zurich, Swt at age 49, and was buried in , Maschwanden, Zurich, Swt.

          viii.  Jacob WIDLER was born in Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, was christened on 1 March 1601 in Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, and died as an infant in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            ix.  Anli (Anna) WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 2 November 1602 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 5 March 1669 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 66, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

             x.  Ludi (Ludwig) WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 1 July 1604 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, and died as an infant in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Fridli next married Verena LEEMAN not Married.

The child from this marriage was:

             i.  Leinhart WIDLER was born in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland and was christened on 14 July 1605 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Fridli next married Anna SCHNEWLI about 1605 in , , Zurich, Swt. Anna was born in 1569 in , , Zurich, Swt, died on 22 September 1653 in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 84, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Melch WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 1 December 1605 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, and died as an infant in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            ii.  Felix WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 4 October 1607 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 24 October 1676 in Ober Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 69, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

15294      iii.  Jacob WIDLER (christened on 1 October 1609, born in Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch - died after 1631)

            iv.  Margreth WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 24 September 1611 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 8 July 1675 in Thoussen, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 63, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

             v.  Joss WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was christened on 5 September 1613 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt. Another name for Joss was Osli.

            vi.  Elsbeth WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 21 April 1616 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 20 February 1680 in Thoussen, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 63, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

           vii.  Gregorius WIDLER was born in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 15 March 1618 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 24 October 1681 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 63, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.


30589. Anna SCHNEWLI 313 was born in 1569 in , , Zurich, Swt, died on 22 September 1653 in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 84, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Research Notes:
MARRIAGE: Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, LDS film #996946.

DEATH: Ibid.

Anna married Fridli WŸDLER about 1605 in , , Zurich, Swt. Fridli was born about 1568 in , , Zurich, Swt, died on 16 January 1648 in Rickenbach, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt about age 80, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt. Other names for Fridli were Fridli WEIDLER, and Fridli WIDLER.

30590. Hans HOFFSTETTER 313 died on 9 July 1662 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Research Notes: !MARRIAGE: Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, LDS film #996946.
Christenings of the children list wife's maiden name.

!DEATH: Ibid.

Hans married Anna GUTT. Anna died on 24 October 1661 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Heinrich HOFFSTETTER was born in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, was christened on 3 March 1616 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, died on 29 December 1671 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 55, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            ii.  Elsbetha HOFFSTETTER was born in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, was christened on 28 June 1618 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, died in 1628 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland at age 10, and was buried in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland.

           iii.  Andreas HOFFSTETTER was born in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, was christened on 30 October 1621 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland, died on 9 November 1625 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland at age 4, and was buried in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland.

15295       iv.  Barbara HOFFSTETTER (born in 1623 in Knonau, Zurich, Switzerland - died on 2 October 1678 in Kirchardt, Baden, Germany, Kirchenbuch)

             v.  Anna HOFFSTETTER was born in Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was christened on 17 February 1628 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

            vi.  Hans HOFFSTETTER was born in Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 20 March 1631 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 30 September 1631 in Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

           vii.  Josias HOFFSTETTER was born in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, was christened on 18 January 1635 in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 1 January 1659 in Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt at age 23, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

          viii.  Margreth HOFFSTETTER was born about 1638 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt, died on 21 June 1693 in Wolsen, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt about age 55, and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.


30591. Anna GUTT 313 died on 24 October 1661 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

Research Notes: !DEATH: Ottenbach, Zurich, Switzerland, Kirchenbuch, LDS film #996946.

Anna married Hans HOFFSTETTER. Hans died on 9 July 1662 in Unter Lunnern, Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt and was buried in , Ottenbach, Zurich, Swt.

30664. Matthew POSTLETHWAITE,303 son of John POSTLETHWAITE and Susanne ASKEW, was born in December 1607 in Millom, Cumberland, England, was christened on 26 December 1607 in Millom, Cumberland, England,28 and died in Cumberland Cty, England 346. Another name for Matthew was Matthew POSTLEWHATT.28

Matthew married Margaret HUNTON 347 in 1649 in Millom, Cumberland, England.28

Children from this marriage were:

15332        i.  George POSTLETHWAITE (born in September 1639 in Millom, Cumberland, England)

            ii.  John POSTLETHWAITE was born in 1650 and died on 28 September 1713 at age 63.


30665. Margaret HUNTON .347

Margaret married Matthew POSTLETHWAITE 303 in 1649 in Millom, Cumberland, England.28 Matthew was born in December 1607 in Millom, Cumberland, England, was christened on 26 December 1607 in Millom, Cumberland, England,28 and died in Cumberland Cty, England 346. Another name for Matthew was Matthew POSTLEWHATT.28

30668. Albertus HENDRICKSON,303 son of Hendrick HENDRICKSON and Trintje Van DYKE, was born on 7 November 1641 in Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 28,303 and died in October 1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania at age 90. Other names for Albertus were Albertus HENDRICKS, and Albertus HENDRIX.

General Notes:
[Source: Hendricks Arrive in the Colonies, Research by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig,
"I am now convinced that Albertus Hendricks came to the Delaware as a servant for Joost de la Grange from Leyden, the Netherlands. Joost de la Grange came to the Delaware with 'his wife, three children, six servants, and two maids,' all of who were aboard the Gulden Arent on 5 Feb 1662. On 29 May 1662, Armegot Printz, wife of Johan Papegoja, sold her father, Johan Printz' Tinicum Island (patented to Printz by Queen Christina) to Joost de la Grange for 6,000 guilders. Printz' plantation, previously known as Pritnhof, was renamed "New Leyden" by de la Grange. Having successfully sold her father's land, Armegot Printz sailed to Europe, collecting 2,000 guilders from de la Grange's bankers in Amsterdam on 31 July 1662. But, subsequent bills of exchange were dishonored. Joost de la Grange died and his widow Margaret married an Englishman Andrew Carr, who was granted a patent for Tinicum Island by Governor Francis Lovelace of New York on 1 Oct 1669. Armegot Printz then came back to America to collect the money due her or else claim Tinicum Island. On 8 March 1671/2 she filed a petition in the New Castle Court, noting that Andrew Carr and his wife were planning to leave for Holland and praying that Carr be required to pay the balance of 3,00 guilders outstanding or else forfeit Tinicum Island to her. The case was referred to the New York Court of Assizes where, on 14 Oct 1672 Armegot Printz Papagoja was awarded judgement for the unpaid principal, costs of suit and damages. On 23 Apr 1673, Peter Alrichs, William Tom, Walter Wharton, and Edmond Cantwell took an inventory of Tinicum Island, finding that its total value (2145 guilders, Holland money) was less than the judgement that Armegot Printz had obtained. At the end of this inventory was the following notation:

"Memorandum that Albert (who is the husbandman) is to perform his condition formerly made with Mr. Andrew Carr to Jufroe Popegay (Mrs. Papegoja).
"From my analysis of all extant records of the Delaware prior to the Quaker invasion of 1681-82, I have found only one person named Albert, namely Albertus Hendricks. This must be a reference to him. Assuming this to be true, it would appear to me that Albertus Hendricks initially was an indentured servant for Joost de la Grange and that, after Andrew Carr married de la Grange's widow, he became an indentured servant for Carr, finishing out his term in the services of Armegot Printz, as a result of her judgement against Carr. Armegot Printz had her own plantation at Printztorp, southwest of Upland (Chester) Creek, granted by Governor Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherland, 28 Aug 1656. This was not far from the lands which Albertus Hendricks later purchased from Jon Gustafsson."

Dr. Craig did not address the question; it can be deduced that Albertus arrived in the American Colonies a single person. He married Aeltje (Anglicized to Helchey), one of the maids, during his indenture or contract period. This is discerned from the birth of their oldest son Jacobus (later legally changed to James) in 1667.

It can be deduced from well-documented history that Albertus arrived in the New Netherland Colonies and was settled in the area around the Delaware River. Subsequently, this area was ceded to the Penn Colonies, which is now known as Pennsylvania.
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He was a landowner in Chester Co. PA. Chosen as one of the twelve persons to serve on the Provincial Council, 20 Feb, 1683. Proof came from the PA Land Records, Minute Book G, pp. 266, 27`, 301, 336: " The Petition of the Freeholders" from Chester Co, PA c. 20 Feb 1863 (Papers of William Penn-Pen Papers, HSP.

I believe he was one of the eight children of Hendrick Hendrickson. In 1681, Albert Hendrickson was a juror in Chester Court that year and in almost every year through 1694 according to records of Chester Co. In 1685 he was elected supervisor of highways for the township of Chester for one year (ChCt 55). Also mentioned was the fact Albert Hendricks(on) was the (from Mrs Florance Hendricks Moore's book) "first Dutchman to receive land from William Peen along the Delaware River. He was a member of the Society of Friends. Children of Albert Hendrickson and his wife, Elizabeth were Tobias, James, John, Albertus, Elizabeth, Isabelle, Catherine, Bridget and Margaret. Tobias was the first and born c. 1660. Other sources show Hendrick and Albertus can be found in the Holland Society Year Book of New York, pp 159-166; Tepper-Immigrants to the Middle Colonies, p.39; Carl Boyer, 3rd-ship passenger list, p 129, and other researchers I can mention.

Noted events in his life were:

• Immigration: aboard the ship Gulden Arent, 5 February 1662.
He came to Delaware as a indentured servant of Joost de la Grange from Leyden in the Netherlands. He was single.

• Occupation: 1st Constable in Pennsylvania, 25 September 1676. 348

• Occupation: Supervisor of Highways, 1685, Chester County, Pennsylvania. 349

• Occupation: Farmer.

• Will: recorded in the Will Book B., p 29, papers #24, 2 January 1714, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Probated 20 Nov 1715/16.

I, Albertus Hennrixson of the County of Chester in the Province of Penn., being aged and weak of body, but of perfect memory, and etc. Gives and bequeaths my whole plantation and estate to son Tobias Henrixson. Son Albertus Henrixon five pounds in money and stock. Sons James and Johannes Henrixon each five shillings. Grandson Albertus Steers five shillings. Three daughters, Elizabeth Bright, Isabel Vanammen and Katrin Harrod (torn part of will)... I give my grandaughter Helchey Henrixon - daughter of Tobias 20 pounds in money when she attains 21 years of age. Appoints son Tobias Henrixon and friend and neighbor John Shalhold my executors.

Signed Albertus Hendrixon
"A" his mark.

Witnesses:
David Wilson
Jonah Davenport
Jno Wright

Albertus married Aeltje [---?---] 28 after 1662 in Pennsylvania.28 Aeltje was born about 1645 in Netherlands.28 Another name for Aeltje was Helchey.

Children from this marriage were:

15334        i.  Squire Tobias HENDRICKS (born about 1680 in Chester County, Pennsylvania - died about 1739 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)

            ii.  James HENDRICKS was born in Chester County, Pennsylvania.303 Another name for James was Jacobus HENDRICKSON.

           iii.  Johannes HENDRICKS was born est 1774 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.303 Another name for Johannes was Johannes HENDRICKSON.

            iv.  Elizabeth HENDRICKS was born about 1665 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.303 Another name for Elizabeth was Elizabeth HENDRICKSON.

             v.  Isabel HENDRICKS was born about 1764 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.303 Another name for Isabel was Isabel HENDRICKSON.

            vi.  Katrin HENDRICKS was born about 1677 in Chester County, Pennsylvania.303 Another name for Katrin was Katrin HENDRICKSON.

           vii.  Margaret HENDRICKS was born about 1670. Another name for Margaret was Margaret HENDRICKSON.


30669. Aeltje [---?---] 28 was born about 1645 in Netherlands.28 Another name for Aeltje was Helchey.

Noted events in her life were:

• Immigration: aboard the ship Gulden Arent, 5 February 1662.
She came to Delaware as a indentured servant of Joost de la Grange from Leyden in the Netherlands. She was single.

Aeltje married Albertus HENDRICKSON 303 after 1662 in Pennsylvania.28 Albertus was born on 7 November 1641 in Leiden, Zuid Holland, Netherlands 28,303 and died in October 1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania at age 90. Other names for Albertus were Albertus HENDRICKS, and Albertus HENDRIX.

30672. James TOMLINSON 304 was born on 12 March 1621 in Lore Heath, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, died in 1694 in Aghade, Ulster, County Armagh, Ireland at age 73, and was buried in Fornish Cemetery, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.

James married Kathyrn COLGAN in 1650 in Ireland. Kathyrn was born in 1617, was christened in Old Fornish, and died in 1697 in Ireland at age 80.

The child from this marriage was:

15336        i.  Joseph TOMLINSON (born in 1660 in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland - died in 1691-1749)


30673. Kathyrn COLGAN 304 was born in 1617, was christened in Old Fornish, and died in 1697 in Ireland at age 80.

Kathyrn married James TOMLINSON in 1650 in Ireland. James was born on 12 March 1621 in Lore Heath, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, died in 1694 in Aghade, Ulster, County Armagh, Ireland at age 73, and was buried in Fornish Cemetery, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.


30680. Garrett Van SWEARINGEN,235,295,308,316,350,351 son of David Janse SWIERNGH and Hester JACOBS, was born on 4 February 1636 in Reemstrerdam, N. Holland, Netherlands 352,353 and died on 4 February 1698 at age 62. Another name for Garrett was Gerrit Van SWEARINGEN.

General Notes:
Your Famous Forefathers by Johnson and Turner "Gerret Van Swearingen, ancestor of many West Virginians. Gerret was born in Remsterdam, Holland in 1636, a younger son of a family who belonged to the nobility. He served with the Dutch East Indies Company and settled in 1655 at New Amstel (now New Castle) Delaware, of which he was one of the founders. When the English took over the Dutch Colonies in 1664, Van Swearingen moved to St. Mary's City, Maryland. He petitioned Lord Baltimore for English citizenship, which was granted. Gerret became a land owner and a leader in the affairs of the county."

"Shortly after the surrender of the Dutch Colony to the English, in 1665, the family moved from New Amstel,now New Castle, to St Mary's City, St Mary's County, MD where he lived out his life. He was appointed to the Maryland Council 12 Mar 1687. He became a landowner and leader in county affairs. He and his family were naturalized by act of the General Assembly in April 1669 at St Mary's, MD." From Colonial Families of the United States of America.


ABBSTACKS FROM WCP STACY GENEALOGY ENDEAVOR

Baptism and parents: from Dr. O. Swearengen (Gemeente Archiefs, 40 Janstraat Haarlem) he suggests Garrett was born Haarlem or Scheveningen as Beemsterdam silted over and abandoned in 1640s and Gerrett's family moved to Amsterdam. Reenterswan was given at his naturalization.

Notes for GERRIT VAN SWERINGIN:

And at ye bottom of ye foregoeing Will was Written....Endorsemts following vist Then came Mr. William Asquith and Mr. Thomas Grunwyn two of ye Wittnesses to this Will and made oathe that they did see Garrett Vansweringen ye Testator Signe Seale Publish and declare the within & above written to be his last Will and Testament and the sd Garrett was at ye isuing thereof Was of Perfect and Sound Mind & Memory. Kenelm Cheseldyn March 20th 1698. Then did Mr. Nicholas Crowtch another of ye Wittnesses above have deposed. Kenelm Cheseldyn.

Received "a liberal education. When a young man he "performed resposible duties" in the Maritime service of Dutch West India Co. ("Family Register of Gerret van Sweringen and Descendants," by H.H. Swearingen (2nd. ed., Washington, 1894) p.1-4.

In Nov 1956, Mary Ester Sparks Cousley wrote, "By great good fortune Gerret and Barbara had their portraits done... The old portraits have endured these several hundred years. When I was a girl they hung, for awhile, in my old home on Prospect Street. Soon after I married they were sent to my eldest aunt, Jeanie Harvey Noble Whaley, in Philadelphia, Penna. To establish them again in a family of direct descendants, Frances Whaley in sending them to my eldest brother's child, Janet Sparks McLaughlin."
(Note from Mary Esther Sparks Cousley, Nov. 1956, to Thomas Swearingen, Uniondale, IN. Transcript by Elizabeth F. Randolph, St. Louis Co., MO, 1992. Source found at RootsWeb, Alice Gedge gedcom <krgedge@amexol.net>

1660: Returned to Holland, taking his wife with him. He remained a year in behalf of the colony.> ("Family Register of Gerret van Sweringen and Descendants," by H.H. Swearingen, 2nd. ed., Washington, 1894, p.1-4.) <Some months after his marriage he sailed with his bride on a diplomatic mission to Holland. > ("Side Lights on Maryland History," Vol. 2, by Hester Dorsey Richardson (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1967) p.240-243. <Commissioner to Holland from New Amstel 1661-1662.> ("Colonial Families of the United States of America," Vol. VII, by Nelson Osgood Rhoades, p.220. Transcript by Elizabeth F. Randolph.

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptism: 26 July 1648, Van Haarlem. "Gerrit baptized 26 July 1648 Van Haarlem. Father David Janse Swieringh. Mother: Hester Jacobs, Gemeente Archiefs, 40 Janstraat Haarlem." Extracted from research papers sent Dec. 1995 by Dr.Oren Swearingen. (Source found at RootsWeb World Connect,<norvan@covad.net> Norvan L. Johnson)

• Immigration: on the ship "Prince Maurice", 8 March 1657, Long Island, New York.
In The Prince Maurice
Sailed from Amsterdam December 21, 1656, left Texel December 25, 1656, arrived at Long Island March 8, 1657; wrecked

Destination of Colonists: South River

Jacob Alrichs, director
Alexander D'Hinoyossa, Lieutenant
Evert Pietersen, comforter of the sick [died before Oct 10, 16611.]
Gerrit van Schweringen, Supercargo
Jan Barents, chief boatswain [died before Oct 10, 16582.]
Jan Gerritsen, sailor [died before July 16, 16603.]
Joost Theunissen, sailor [died before March 7, 16624.]
129 persons including Colonists, free mechanics, soldiers and attendants.

J. Alrich reports:
"We proceeded with them on the proposed voyage, and after some storm and other obstacles, reached the vicinity of the Manhattans. ...through ignorance of the skipper and pilot who were never on this coast, having neared the shore in the evening, she immediately grounded, and so shoved, which continued afterwards harder and harder, that we were not for a moment, sure of our lives, and seeing no escape in the morning, we unanimously resolved to save ourselves on a broken coast, which we, some days alter, understood to be Long Island. An agreement was made with the skipper of the Beaver to charter the passengers to the Colony on the South River. The Beaver set sail from New Amsterdam on April 16 to the South River, arriving at New Amstel, April 25th, with about 125 persons for the Colonie from the ship Prince Maurice, including 50 persons who arrived on other ships.

Thirty-eight soldiers, with the Captain5 and Lieutenant, marched over land because there was no room in the Beaver to allow of their coming by water. The ship experiencing contrary wind, the soldiers, on that account, started somewhat later from the Manhattans, and therefore arrived at the fort six days later."

Source:
Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York,
E. B. O'Callaghan, Albany Weed Parsons and Co., 1858, Holland Documents II, p 8-10.
1ibid. p 181
2ibid. p 54
3ibid. p 180
4ibid. p 181
5Martin Kreiger of New Amsterdam, commissioned December 5, 1656.
History of the State of New York, James Romeyn Brodhead, 1853, Vol I, pg 631.

• Occupation: Sheriff of St. Mary Co.,, Between 4 May 1686 and 1688.
On 4 May 1686, Garrett Van Swearingen was made Sheriff of St. Mary's County, Maryland. Again on 12 May 1687, he was made sheriff for said county for another year.

• Title: 'Super Cargo' for the ship 'Prince Maurice', 25 January 1656.
Garrett Van Swearingen, son of Dutch noble family was appointed to the post of 'super cargo' for the ship 'Prince Maurice' which was ready to sail for America from Texel, Holand on 25 December 1656. The ship 'Prince Maurice' was stranded near the coast of Long Island on 8 March 1657. Shortly after the incident, Garrett Van Swearingen had to charter the ship 'Beaver' at New Amsterdam (now New York) for the voyage to Fort Casimir and surrounding area. On 25 April 1657, Garrett Van Swearingen and the Dutch colonists took Fort Casimir and surrounding area from the Swedes. As one of the founders, Fort Casimir was renamed as New Amstel (now New Castle, Delaware).

Garrett Van Swearingen wrote the following letter:
'New Amstel, December 8, 1659
'NOBLE, WORSHIPFUL, WISE, RIGH, PRUDENT SIR: --

'With due respect and reverence, have I hereby taken the liberty to greet you, though bound in duty of gratitude, to devote to you all the days of my life. ...I cannot neglect, hereby to communicate my promotion. About a year and a half, after my departure from Patria (my native country), with your Honor's faborable recommendation, I have been appointed Sheriff here subject to the approbation of the Honorables the Principals. Previously, I have taken care of the store as clerk; and after J. Rynevelt's death, as Commissary, from which I have not requested to be discharged, as I have, though unworthy, been recently made Second Councilor, with Sir Alexander Hinojossa, First Councilor, and Captain of the military here, who intends to go over in the Spring, to represent this miserable place.

'If things become worse, I, individually, am ruined, for I have received here, some goods from my brothers, all of which I have laid out in a house, horses and mules, which cost me full, four to six thousand guilders, Holland currency.

'Besides that, I am also married. ...

'Herewith I commend your Honor to the mercy and protection of the Most High God, and remain.

'Your obedient, humble servant,

'G. Van Sweringen'

• Occupation: Councilor of the colony at New Amstel in America, 27 August 1661.
On 20 August 1660, Garrett Van Swearingen and his family were granted permission to visit Holland.

On 27 August 1661, the City of Amsterdam in Holland was determined to continue the colony at New Amstel in America. Garrett Van Swearingen was again appointed as the councilor.

Also in a letter to Peter Stuyvestant, Director-General of the New Neatherlands from William Beekman, Garret Van Swearingen was called 'The Honorable President, Van Swearingen.'

• Occupation: Alderman, 1688, St. Mary's, St. Mary's County, Maryland.

• Will: 25 October 1698, St. Mary's County, Maryland.
Will of Garrett Van Sweringen, St. Mary's County, MD. Dated 25 March 1698. Proved 25 October 1698. Maryland State Archives, Hall of Records, Annapolis, MD, Prerogative Court Wills 6, pp. 210-211. The text of his will follows:

In the name of God, Amen. I Garrett Vansweringen of ye citty of St. Mary's in St. Marys county, haveing consideredly Many Yeares I have Lived in this World and therefore but a Little time to remain and for Reason of the Uncertainty When this tyme shall be Expired I doe hereby Will and require that When it Should be ye Will of God to Call me out of this Mortall Life My body shall be buried if God Doth permitt.

According to ye custom of ye Roman Catholique Church and ye Priest That shall bury me I doe give him One Thousand Pound of Tobacco and further I doe require My Executors herafter named to take Care that dureing ye Ensueing Year Mass shall be done for me Soly at all ye Later Days St. Josephs day, St. John ye Evangelist, St. Mary Magdaline in Holy Week at all Saints days and in ye Christmas hollydays further That all my Just debts shal be paid and doe therefore appoint and Nominate My Wife and My son Joseph Vansweringen Exrs. of my Will and this My Testament to doe and act as here shalbe mencond And My Now dwelling house and Land thereunto belonging also ye Councill Roomes and Coffee house and Land thereunto belonging I give unto my two sons Joseph and Charles Vansweringen For them and their Heires for Ever but in case of Any of them should Come to dye then ye houses and land fall to ye Surviving Brother herebefore Named and if both should Come to Dye then it shall fll to my Girles gotten by my Liveing wife the ...only equally that is to be Understood that are and were not married, or unprovided and Shall be unmarried after my decease and in Case any of them should So come to be in Possession of Any of the aforenamed Land and houses and Shall Come to dye without issue then ye forenamed Land Should returne againe to those that are Unmarried and to them that shall have issue in the Nature as before but their Issue dying shall ye said Land returne again to those yet have issue or be unmarried I doe alsoe require that my Wife doe Alsoe remaine in Possession of All my Estate Moveables and unmoveables dureing her Life that if she shall remaine unmarried, but in Case she should Come to Marry that then her Exershp shall Cease and My Son Joseph shall only remaine ye only Executor of my Will and Testament and allow According to Law to my wife one third of my Estate but remaining unmarried she shall Continue in Sole Possession of all as if I was my Selfe Alive for ye good of our children and doe hereby Absolutely Debarr all persons not being of My Blood to meddle or Concern themselves With any of my children or there Estate but What shalbe by ye Election of My Son Joseph with ye advise of Mr. John Hall of St. Innegoes the Unaged Children will be C....ed with their brother Joseph be their Guardian I will that .....weekes after My Decease My Estate shalbe Appraised and not Undervallued as ordinarily in this country is Done but to ye Reall Value Silver Plate Brass Copper Pewter Ledd in Quantity and Quality or other....my Wife shall Remaine Unmarried I doe Empower her over all nothing Excepted to remaine inmolessed either by Children or Sonns in Law Provideing she shall not distribute more to ye one than to ye other and that noe Portcon shalbe given to any of them dureing My Said Wife her Life to put herself to Want and beggary ye rest of my Younger Children only by ye Way of assistance ye necessarily should require in part pay of their Porcon or Sheare but if my Wife should come to dye then those children that are left unmarried Shall remain under ye Guardianshipp of Their Brother Joseph to take Care of them till they Come to be Married but if said Joseph Should doe them any injustice which God forbidd then ye offense shall be refered to Mr. John Hall hereafore named Mr. Charles Carrolle Mr. Charles Egerton Mr. Thomas Georing or any two of them and their settling upon ye matter shall definitise Either for ye said Joseph to remaine their Guardian or to Make Elecon of any of those Aforenamed instead of him and their porcon Must and Shall be given them on Yeare after they are married if they remaine alive and not otherwise for if any of these Children aforenamed Comes to dye their porcon shall remaine amongst their Sisters herebefore named and not to ye two brothers haveing ye Land Except issue if they should be married and have issue before ye Expiraon of ye Year or being bigg With Childe but ye aforenamed Brothers shall alsoe have an Equall Share out of ye moveables estate ye day of My departure but not to p..tend any share of ye porcons of these girles that should Come to dye but shalbe Equally divided to ye Sisters that are Unmarried, and further if my Son Joseph Should Come to dye and if mother remaines Alive then shall ye Executorshipp remain in her and in all Power as is Layd before at large, but if my Wife also should Come to dye then ye Children shall chuse one or more Guardians Out of ye aforenamed whom are hereby desired to see my Will performed and in testimony that this is my Last Will and Tesamt Have I hereunto Signed and Sealed with my hand this the 25th day of March 1698 But as I have sd my Wife to remain Exer if my son Joseph Should Come to dye is allways understood unmarried but if Married the Children shall have Guardians as afrsd in order to shake off ye Yoke of a father-in-law Further if it doth appeare any Gift Given in my Lifetime to any of my children of Vallue therof shalbe allowed to ye other Children Aportionable.

Signed Sealed Published and declared Signed Gare Vansweringen by sd Garrett Vansweringen as his last will & testamt ye 25 day of October 1698 in the presence of us Nicholas Croutch, Willm Aisquith, Thomas Grunwin, Thos. Sinnodd.

• Military: 1664.
In 1664, Colonel Nicols of England, sent by His Majesty, Charles II, and his duputy Sir Robert Carr were to take over the Dutch colony at New Amstel. Garrett Van Swearingen made an deposition in 1684 regarding the conquest of the Dutch possessions at New Amstel by English...

'In the year 1664, arrived Col. Nicholas, sent out by his Majesty, King Charles II, whereupon the Fort and country were brought under submission by Sir Robert Carr, and duputied with two ships, for that intent. Sir Robert Carr did often protest to me, that he did not come as an enemy, but as a friend; demanding, only in friendship, what was the King's own, in that country. There was taken from the City and the inhabitants thereabout, to the value, so near as I can now remember, of four thousand pound sterling, likewise arms, powder and shot in great quantity. Four and twenty guns were, the greatest part, transported to New York.

'The Dutch soldiers were taken prisoners, and given to the merchantmen that were there, in recompense of their services; and into Virginia, they were transported to be sold, as was credibly reported by Sir Robert Carr's officers, and other persons there living in the town.

'All sorts of tools for handicraftsman, and all plough gear, and other things to cultivate the ground, which were in great quantity; besides the estate of Governor Debouissa and myself; except some household stuff and a negro I got away; and some other movables, Sir Robert Carr did permit me to sell.

'Colonel Nicholas, understanding what Sir Robert Carr had got at Delaware, took all again from the said Sir Robert Carr, when the said Colonel came there again in person, as I was informed, when I was upon my way to Maryland.'

Swearingen family tradition says that when the Dutch colony at New Amstel surrendered to the English Crown, Garrett Van publicly broke hs sword across his knees, and, throwing it to the left and right, renounced his allegiance.

Shortly after the English's takeover of Dutch colony at New Amstel, Garrett Van Swearingen and his family migrated to St. Mary's City, St. Mary's County, the province of Maryland.

• Citizenship: 13 April 1669, Province Of Maryland.
On 13 April 1669, a bill was passed by the General Assembly of the province of Maryland for the 'Free Denization and Naturalization of Garrett Van Swearingen and others,' upon the following petition. The petition was transcribed as follows:

'To the Right, Honorable, the Lord Proprietory of the Province of Maryland and Avalon, Lord Baron of Baltimore.

'The Petition of Garrett Van Swearingen, Elizabeth de Barrette, wife of the siad Garrett, Elizabeth and Zacharias Van Swearingen, children of the said Garrett and Barbara ... all residents and inhabitanst of this Province, humbly soweth into your Lordship:

'The Petition of Garrett Van Swearingen, was born in Reenstwerdam, Holland, under the dominion of the States General of the United Provinces: Barbara De Barrette, his wife, in Valenciennes, in the Low Countries, belonging to the King of Spain: Elizabeth Van Swearingen and Zacharias Van Swearingen their children in New Amstel, on Delaware Bay, then under the government of the said States General: ... and your Petitioners being now removed into this Province --- being invited to come and dwell in this Province upon confidence of your Lordship's Declaration of July 2, 1649, whereby you did empower your Governor to grant lands to any persons of French, Dutch, Spanish, Swedish, or other foreign descent, in as ample manner, and upon the same term, as to any persons of British or Irish descent.

'And during their abode in this Province your Petitioners have been faithful and obedient to your Lordship's Law; yet for that your Petitioners are not of British or Irish descent they cannot take benefit of the laws and customs of this Province, as the good people of British and Irish descent.

'May it please your Lordship, out of your abundant goodness and care, that your Petitioners shall henceforth be adjudged, as natural born people of this Province of Maryland, or as if they were of British or Irish descent as aforesaid, and that they shall be enabled to prosecute and defend all manner of actions and other demands, as liberally and frankly as if they have been naturally born within this Province of Maryland or were of British or Irish descent, any Laws or customs of this Province to the contrary notwithstanding.

'And your Petitioners shall as in duty bound pray & c.'

During the period of 1680 and 1692, the Upper House of the General Assembly of the Province of Maryland held their meeting at Garrett Van Swearingen's house in St. Mary's City, St. Mary County, Maryland.

On 12 May 1684, Garrett Van Swearingen 'Of the City of St. Mary's, Gentleman, aged eight and forty years, or thereabouts,' made the deposition regarding the settlement of Delaware Bay and River by the Dutch and Swedes people.

Garrett married Barbara De BARETTE on 1 March 1659 in New Amstel, New Castle Co., DE 354,355.,356 Barbara was born in 1636 in Vanenciennes, Lowlands Of Holland and died on 4 February 1698 in St. Mary's City, St. Mary, Maryland at age 62. Other names for Barbara were Debra, and Elizabeth.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Elizabeth Van SWEARINGEN was born between 1660 and 1665 in New Castle, New Castle Co., DE 357,358,359 and died in 1736 in St. Marys, St. Marys, Maryland about age 76.

            ii.  Zacharias Van SWEARINGEN was born in 1662 in New Castle, New Castle Co., DE, died about 1711 in St.Mary's Parish, Prince George's, Maryland about age 49, and was buried in St.Anne's Chyrd, Annapolis, Anne Arundel.

15340      iii.  Private

            iv.  Mary (Maria) Van SWEARINGEN was born in 1667 and died in 1734 in St. Mary's, Maryland at age 67.

Garrett next married Mary SMITH on 5 October 1676.360 Mary was born on 5 October 1639 in France and died on 5 September 1713 in St. Mary's, Maryland at age 73.

Noted events in her life were:

• Will: 17 February 1712, St. Mary's County, Maryland. St Marys County, MD,dated 17 Feb 1712.113, proved 5 Sep 1713
(Maryland State Archives, Halt of Records, Annapolis, MD, Pro Ct Wills 13, p537-558)

In the Name of God Amen I Mary Vansweringen of St Maryes County Widow being Sick of body but of sound and perfect mind and memory thanks be to Almighty God for the Same and Considering the uncertainty of this transitory life we are in and that all mortals must dye do think convenient to settle all such temporal Benefits as it hath pleased Almighty God to bless me with in order thereunto doe make my last will and Testament Revoking Renouncing and making void all former will or Wills by me made and this only to be my last will and Testament first and principally I give and bequeath my Soul to Almighty God that gave it Constantly believing that through the Meritorious Death and passion of my Blessed Savior Jesus Christ I shall receive flaIl pardon and remission of my sins and transgressions past and my Body I bequeath to the Earth from whence it Came to be buried in Decent and Christian Manner as my Executor hereafter named shall think fit.

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Loving Daughter Dorithy Vansweringen four Negroes two feather beds two Rugs two pair of blankets, two pair of Sheets and two bolsters one Silver pint CPU, Six Silver Spoons one Small English Table to be Delivered to her at the Day of her marriage by my Executor hereafter Named.

Item I give and bequeath unto my Loving Daughter Tereshea Vanswetingen four Negroes, two feather beds two Rugs two pair of Blankets two pair of Sheets two bolsters one Pint Silver tankard Six Silver Spoons a Chest of Drawers and a Small Looking Glass and to Each of them my Said Daughters a Suite of table linen all which to be Delivered to my said Daughters by my Executor at the Day of their Marriage the above said Legacies being in fuIl satisfaction for their part or portion of their fathers and my Estate.

Item I Give and bequeath unto my loving Son Joseph Vansweringen all that tract or parcel of Land lying in St Maryes County near St Maryes Called the point containing two hundred acres or thereabouts to him and his heirs and assignees for Ever, my Said Son being and is to maintain my Said two Daughters handsomely until they are married.

Item I Give unto my loving Son in Law Mr. William Bladen and my Daughter Bladen a Ring of thirty shillings price to Each of them.

Item I Give and Bequeath unto My Loving Daughter Elinor Carroll two Thousand pound of Tobacco to he paid by my Executor in Convenient time after my decease, it is my Desire that the Negroes which I have Given to My two Daughters Shall be Such as my Said Executor Shall think fit they not Exceeding forty years a piece.

Item I Give and Bequeath all the Rest of My Estate both Real and person unto my Said Son Joseph Vansweringen after all my Just Debts are paid and lastly I doe hereby Constitute and appoint my loving Son Joseph Vansweringen my whole and sole Executor of this my last will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this Seventeenth day of February 1712/13

Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Wm. Aisquith Ann Motoni Hannah Bantor (signed) Mary Vansweringen

At ye foot of the foregoing will was thus written, Sept 5th 1713 Then Came Ann Moloni and Hannah Banter two of the Witnesses to the within will and made oath that they saw the within Named Mary VanSweringen Singe Seal and Deliver the Same as her last will and Testament Wm.
Aisquith
Dept Commissary

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Anne Van SWEARINGEN was born in 1677 in St. Mary's, Maryland.

            ii.  Joseph Van SWEARINGEN was born in 1679 in St. Mary's, Maryland.

           iii.  Charles Van SWEARINGEN was born in 1681 in St. Mary's, Maryland.

            iv.  Eleanor Van SWEARINGEN was born in St. Mary's, Maryland.

             v.  Dorothy Van SWEARINGEN was born in St. Mary's, Maryland.

            vi.  Theresa Van SWEARINGEN was born in St. Mary's, Maryland.

           vii.  Sarah Van SWEARINGEN.




30681. Barbara De BARETTE,235,295,308,316,361 daughter of Isaac De BARETTE and Unknown, was born in 1636 in Vanenciennes, Lowlands Of Holland and died on 4 February 1698 in St. Mary's City, St. Mary, Maryland at age 62. Other names for Barbara were Debra, and Elizabeth.

Noted events in her life were:

• Immigration: 1666, Maryland. 315

Barbara married Garrett Van SWEARINGEN on 1 March 1659 in New Amstel, New Castle Co., DE 354,355.,356 Garrett was born on 4 February 1636 in Reemstrerdam, N. Holland, Netherlands 352,353 and died on 4 February 1698 at age 62. Another name for Garrett was Gerrit Van SWEARINGEN.

30682. Capt. Joshua DOYNE,28,235,362,363 son of William DOYNE and Sarah WHARTON, was born about 1634 in County Wexford, Ireland and died on 4 March 1698 in St. Mary's County, Maryland 28 about age 64.

General Notes:
[From the book Early Charles County Maryland Settlers, 1658-1745" by Marlene Strawser Bates & F. Edward Wright:]
"Doyne, Joshua. Deed of gift, 17 June 1697, to his eldest son Dennis Doyne. Plantation where he now lives, 200 acres on Nanjemy Creek. (Ct.&Land:C#2.239)"

Noted events in his life were:

• Will: 16 August 1698, St. Mary's County, Maryland.
Found in volume 6, pages 169-173, filed in the Hall of Records, Department of General Services, Annapolis, Maryland.

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN The fowerth Day of March in ye Yeare of our Lord God One Thousand Six hundrd & Ninety Seaven Eight I Joshua Doyne of St. Maries County in the Province of Maryland Gent being Sick in body but in Good and Pfect memory my humble thanks be to allmighty God for ye same, I bequeath my Soule to God my body to ye Earth to be buried in such decent manner as to my Executrix hereafter named shall seem meet and Convenient & revokeing and annulling all my Former Wills & Testaments doe make ordeyne and Declare This only to be taken for my last Will & Testament & hereby of such temporall Estate as it hath pleas'd God beyond my Desert to bestow upon me, I give & Dispose of ye Same in manner & forms following (That is to Say) IMPRESS The land & plantacon I now live on Called Batchelours hope as alsoe ye Land and Plantacon Called Derbys plantacon I Leave unto my Deare & Loveing wife Jane Doyne for and During her Naturall Life...

ITEM I give and bequeath unto my Said Deare Wife the use and Benefitt of ye Land called Notley's Addition containing Fower hundd acres of Land till my Son Ethelbert Doyne arrive at ye Age of Eighteen Yeares..

ITEM I give and Bequeath unto my Sonn Jesse Doyne to him and to ye heires of his boddy lawfully begotten for Ever five Hundd acres of Land being in Dorchester County being the halfe of One Thousand acres of Land lyeing there Called by the name of Jimna Sara survey'd by Mr. Thomas Smithson..

ITEM I Give and Bequeath unto my Sonn Jesse Doyne to him and to ye heires of his body Lawfully begotten For ever Two Hundd acres of Land, That lyes at Nangemy in Charles County whereof I have allready deposit him it being part of a Tract of Land I purchased of Madam Elizabeth Calvert & of her Sonn Charles Calvert...

ITEM I give and Bequeath unto my sonn William Doyne & to ye heires of his body Lawfully Begotten for Ever Two hundred acres of Land being the Plantacon allready Seated by me Lyeing at Nangemy in Charles County & purchased as above reserving hereof for the use and benefitt of my Deare wife Jane Doyne one Third of ye Plantacon & Dividend of ye Said Two hundred acres Dureing her widdowhood..

ITEM I Give & Bequeath unto my Said Sonn William Doyne to him & to ye heires of his body Lawfully Begotten for Ever Five hundd and Fifty acres of Land Called Rang being at ye head of Ingrams Creeke in Dorchester County...

ITEM I give and Bequeath unto my Sonn Ethelbert Doyne to him & to ye Heires of his body Lawfully Begotten for Ever the Land Called Notley's Addition being in Chaptico which I purchased of ye Rt Hono'ble Lord Baltimore containing Fower Hundd acres of Lande...

ITEM I give & bequeath unto my Sonn Ethelbert Doyne to him and the heires of his body Lawfully begotten for ever Five hundred acres of Land being in Dorchester County being the other halfe of ye Land Called Jimnco Sarah...

ITEM I give & bequeath unto my Sonn Joshua Doyne to him & to ye heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever Two hundd acres of Land Lieing near port Tobbaccoe in Charles County called St. Bernards...

ITEM I Give and Bequeath unto my Said Sonn to him and to ye heires of his body Lawfully begotten for Ever after ye decease of my said Deare wife Jane Doyne my Plantacon Called Batchellors hope Containing three hundd acres of Land as alsoe my Three Lotts in Indian Towne called Chaptico...

ITEM I Give & Bequeath unto my sonn Ignatius Doyne Fifty Pound Sterling to be Laid out in Land with all expedicon & Convenience according to ye best Judgmt and Discretion of my Executrix & Trustees hereafter named & that ye said purchase be to my Sonn Ignatius Doyne & ye heires of his body Lawfully begotten for ever...

ITEM I give & bequeath to my Sonn Edward Aloysius Doyne to him & to ye heires of his body lawfully begotten for ever a tract of Land being near Chaptico in St. Mary's County Containing Three hundred & Eighty Acres Called Beverley's Week I purchased of John Suttle...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Daughter Jane Doyne to her & to ye heires of her boddy Lawfully begotten for Ever Three Hund'd and sixteen acres of Land being above ye head of Piscataway Creek in the Woods in Prince Georges County w'ch I purchased of Maj. John Wheeler...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Jane Mathews to her & to ye heires of her body Lawfully begotten for ever Fower hundd acres of Land lyeing at Maryland point in Charles County w'ch I purchased of Mr. Gilbert Clarke...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Son Jesse Doyne a negroe man named Tully and his son William both negroes...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Son William Doyne one Negroe man named Robbin alias Cuta & a negroe named Little Nanny the Daughter of Black Robbin & Nanny...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Son Ethelbert Doyne a negroe man named Angelo & his wife Nanny...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Son Joshua Doyne a negroe boy named Peter a negroe girle named Tonny daughter to ye Negroe Woman Betty...

ITEM I Give & Bequeath unto my daughter & ye heires of her body Lawfully begotten a Mallatoe boy named Charles...

ITEM I Give & Bequeath unto my Daughter Jane Doyne one Mallattoe boy called Lewis and a Negroe called Mary provided she marieth a Roman Catholick if she betake herselfe to ye State of Mattrimony...

ITEM I give & bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Mathews all accompts chargd & in my Books to her or her Deceased husband Mr. Ignatius Mathews all ye Year

ITEM I give & bequeath unto my sons Joshua & Ignatius Doyne & to my daughter Jane Doyne to Every one of them a Feather bedd & Furniture...

ITEM After ye decease of my Deare & Loveing wife I leave my suite of Church Stuff to my Son Jesse Doyne provided he be dutifull & Respectfull to her my said wife and after her Decease to ye next Eldest Survivor...

ITEM I give & Bequeath of my sonn William Doyne fifteen hundd pounds of Tobbaccoe a Cow and Calfe & Two sows...To my son Ethelbert Two thousand pounds of Tobbaccoe a Cow a Calfe and Two sowes...

ITEM I give and Bequeath to my son Ignatius Doyne a Negroe boy named Edward the Younger Son of Gibinda & a negroe Girle named Ellinor.

ITEM I Give & Bequeath to my sonn Edward Alloysius Doyne a Negroe boy Called Edward the son of Black Robbin & Nanny & Victoria ye Daughter of the said Nanny...

ITEM I Give & bequeath unto my Grand Son Thomas Mathews & in Case of his Death to his mo'r & her heires a Negroe Girl called Judith...

ITEM My Debts being paid I Give & Bequeath unto ye poor Catholiques One Thousand pounds of Tobbaccoe to be distributed at ye discretion of my executor.

ITEM I Give and Bequeath to Mr. William hunter five pound Sterling and to Mr. Richard Hubbard Five hund'd pounds of Tobbaccoe...

ITEM I give & discharge Mr. Francis Pennington & Mr. Nicho Genlicke from fower hundd pounds of Tobbaccoe a price wch they Stand indebted unto me...

ITEM All the remaining part of my Estate of wh nature or kind soever whether lands & tenemts slaves or servants goods & chattells I give bequeath to my Deare & Loveing Wife Jane Doyne...

ITEM My Will is that the Lands & one halfe of ye personall Estate hereby given & bequeathed to my Sons aforenamed be deliverd unto them as they Each doe arrive at ye age of Eighteen Yeares & ye other halfe provided their Good Behaviour towards their Mother-in-Law to ye sattisfaccon of my Trustees hereafter named at ye Lawfull age of Twenty one Yeares...

ITEM My Will is that my Daughter Jane Doyne have her Lands & personall Estate Delivered to her at ye age of Sixteen Yeares or Day of Marriage which shall first happen Provided she doe not dispose of her selfe to ye State of marriage without ye consent & approbation of her mother & to a Roman Catholique otherwise that my whole Gift of guifts herein Given or Bequeathed to be at the Discretion of my Executrix...

ITEM My Will is and I doe hereby declare it to be my intent & meaning that my aforesaid Children & every one of them shalbe mainteyned with good Sufficient Meale Drinke Washing & lodgeing Requisite & necessary according to their Severall Degrees & quallity's and that they be kept and taught instructed in such Learning as shalbe necessary and Requisite for them according to their Degrees and Quallity's as to the discretion of my Executrix & Trustees hereafter Named shall seem meet and convenient...

ITEM My will is and I doe hereby order and Desier That my said Children be Educated and Instructed In the Roman Catholique Faith wch I profess and dye in and That they be Taught educated & nurtured therein and furnished with all necessary's & conveniences to Frequent Going to Chappells and Places of Divine Service...

ITEM It is my will and desiere and I doe hereby Require of my Executrix and Trustees hereafter mentond That if any of my children shalbe Inclineable or Desireous to attaine or Learne any Trade or Calling that may be fitt or becomeing their Degree that my said Executrix and Trustees hereafter named will aid & assist them therein for their best good benefitt as to my Executrix and Trustees shall seem meet.

ITEM It is my will and meaning That if it please God any of my Children That I had by my first wife Barbara Doyne shall depart this life before they arrive to their Severall ages of Receiving their Guifts Bequeaths Legacy's hereby given and bequeathed to them or without issue of their body's Lawfully Begotten That the land hereby given & bequeathed shall Decend unto the next surviving heire of my said Children and ye personall Estate belonging to such Deceased Child shalbe equally Divided amongst the Survivors of the said Children that I had by my first wife aforesaid...

ITEM It is my Will and meaning That if it shall please God any of my children That I had by my second wife Jane Doyne shall Depart this life before they arrive to Their severall ages of receiving their guifts Bequests and Legacy's hereby given & bequeated unto them or Without issue of their bodys Lawfully begotten that then the Land hereby given and bequeathed shall descend unto ye next surviving heire of my said children had by my second wife Jane Doyne and the personall estate belonging to such Deceased Child shalbe Equally divided amongst the survivors of my Children aforesaid had by my second wife aforesaid...

ITEM It is my will and Desire and I doe hereby order That all and every one of my Children Aforesaid be well & Sufficiently mainteyned and Kept at schoole and found with all Necessary's befitting & becomeing their Degrees by my Executrix hereafter named out of my Whole Estate untill they come to their Severall ages herein Expressed to Receive their Lands & ye One Moyely of their Severall Personall Estates by me bequeathed with ye Condicons above mencon'd...

And Lastly I doe hereby Constitute & Ordeyne & appoint my Deare and Loveing wife Jane Doyne my Whole and Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament...

AND I doe hereby nominate Constitute and appoint my Esteemed & Trusty Friends Clemt hill Esqr and Luke Gardiner & Mr. Clement Hill Junior my overseers and Especiall Friends in Trust Desireing them to See this my last Will and Testament Duely and Truly Executed & performed according to ye true Intent and meaning hereof and hereby order my Said Executrix to give every one of them a Mourning Ring of Sixteen Shillings price Each Ring to be bought with all convenient Speed after my Decease....In Witness of this my last Will & Testament conteynd in Three Sheets of paper Written on one side Each sheet I have hereunto Sett my hand & affixed my Seale the day & Yeare first written...

JOSH DOYNE
(Seal)

SIGNED SEALED PUBLISHED and At ye bottom of ye aforesaid Will was annexed this Endorsmt
DECLARED in the p'sence of following

John Clarke
Cornelius (his mark) Branham BE IT KNOWNE unto all men by these p'sents that Whereas I
Peter (his mark) Johnson Joshua Doyne of St. Marys County in the Province of Maryland
Thos (his mark) Melton Jun Gent have made & Declared my last Will Testament in Write ing bearing Date ye Fowerth day of March anno & domi 1697/8

I the said Joshua Doyne by this p'sent Codicill doe confirme & Certify my last Will & Testamt I have not sufficiently and by Express Terms secured my Executrix mencond in the Will & Testament from some Claimes that may be made by vertue of any Deed of Guift or Guifts heretofore passed by me Therefore I the said Joshua Doyne doe by this P'sent Codicill make voyd Revoke & annull all and every Deed of Guift or Guifts whatsoever hereby Willing & desireing That this p'sent Codicill & my last Will & Testament Dated as above shall Stand in full effect as to Every Particular Bequest Legacy Therein nominated And my will is that this Codicill or Schedule be and be adjudged to be part and parcell of my Said last Will and Testament that this Codicill be of as full & ample Effect as to my intent herein exp'sed as If the same were so declared & sett downe in my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I the said Joshua Doyne have hereunto sett my hand & affixed my Seale the Tenth day of March Anno Domi 1697/8.

JOSH DOYNE
(Seale)
Sealed Published & declared
in the P'sence of us...... On the back of ye aforesd Deed was thus Endorsed viz
Frank Gallampion St. Marys County....
Willm hunter By vertue of a Com'wme
Directed out of ye Office of Ye Luke Gardner Honor Commiss Gent of ye P'vince to prove the within Will I have this day proved the same by ye Wittnesses thereunto

Subscribed according to Law as Wittness my hand & Seale this Sixteenth day
of Aug 1698*.
RICHD CLOUDS
(Seal)

* In the codicil to a Will, revocation of a deed is rather exceptional. About this, Elizabeth Randolph comments:
Apparently Joshua DOYNE made a Deed of Gift of 200 acres of land to his son Dennis (the son by his first wife Barbara). Dennis died (Will proved, Charles County, 23 February 1697, vol. 6, p 81) and within four months, Dennis's wife Jane also died. [Per Inventory for Dennis, she died in childbirth, 4 June 1697. (Accts. 18.163 Charles County)]

Since Dennis apparently left no heirs, Joshua must have thought it over and decided to revoke the Deed of Gift in case the parents or siblings of Jane might exercise a claim to the land.

Anyway, Joshua had not originally mentioned this 200 acres in his Will; so he wrote a codicil (10 March 1697/98) revoking the Deed of Gift and left any unmentioned land to his second wife, Jane MATTHEWS. Apparently no one contested this and, 40 years later, when Joshua's widow - Jane - wrote her Will, she mentioned this 200 acres as follows:

"IMPRES Whereas My late husband Mr. Joshua DOYNE, late of St. Mary's County, Gent Deceased, Did by one Paragraph of his last Will & Testament Invest me with the remaining part of his Estate . . . he said Husband, Did not mention in his said Will, A certain Parcell of Land Containing two hundred Acres, which he formerly design'd to Give his Son Denis DOYNE (in marriage) And that Justice may take place, & the Land Descend as by my Husband was designed, Then I Give & Bequeath unto Joseph DOYNE, the Second Son of Mr. Jesse DOYNE Deceased (who was Heir at Law to Denis DOYNE aforesaid) . . . ."

• Occupation: Sheriff, St. Mary's County, Maryland.

Joshua married Jane SANDERS 28 about 1659 in Somerset, Maryland. Jane was born about 1638 in Somerset, Maryland 28 and died in 1738 in St. Mary's County, Maryland 28 about age 100.

Children from this marriage were:

15341        i.  Jane DOYNE (born in 1665 in Somerset County, Maryland - died in 1727 in Prince George, Somerset County, Maryland)

            ii.  Jesse DOYNE was born in 1680 in St Marys, Somerset, Maryland and died in 1727 in Charles County, Maryland at age 47.

           iii.  William DOYNE was born in 1682 in St. Marys, Maryland.

            iv.  Ethelbert DOYNE was born in 1684 in St. Marys, Maryland and died after 1698.

             v.  Joshua DOYNE was born in 1698 in St. Marys, Maryland.

            vi.  Ignatius DOYNE was born in 1700 in Wexford, Ireland and died in 1763 at age 63.

           vii.  Edward Aloysius DOYNE was born in 1702 in Wexford, Ireland.

          viii.  Dennis DOYNE was born in 1678 in Wexford, Ireland and died in 1698 in Charles County, Maryland at age 20.

Joshua next married Jane MATTHEWS, daughter of Dr. Thomas MATTHEWS and Jane COCKSHOTT. Jane was born in 1647 and died in 1698 at age 51.


30683. Jane SANDERS 28,235,362,364 was born about 1638 in Somerset, Maryland 28 and died in 1738 in St. Mary's County, Maryland 28 about age 100.

Jane married Capt. Joshua DOYNE 28 about 1659 in Somerset, Maryland. Joshua was born about 1634 in County Wexford, Ireland and died on 4 March 1698 in St. Mary's County, Maryland 28 about age 64.

30684. Daniel WALKER Sr,235,309 son of John WALKER and Elizabeth, was born in 1642 in England and died about 1702 in Prince George, Somerset Co., Maryland about age 60.

General Notes:
WFT Volume 18, Tree #2065, Volume 9, Tree#2985:
Transported to MD in 1657; servant; settled Talbot Co. , MD. in l659 witnessed will of Thomas Gates. (MD CD of wills l:l4;Wood:1) in Mar 1686-12 Jul 1687 executor and legatee along with sons William and Charles, for Henry Parker of Talbot Co. Feb ll 1672 Daniel Walker and wife Alice sold 200 acres "Cheshire" south side of Chester River to John Lewis of Talbot Co., planter.

Will dated 20 Sep 1702, prove d 12 Jan 1702/3 following order of will has Eliza, Jane, Daniel, William, Mary, Charles, Omits Alice. [Colonial Maryland Walker Families via Jackson H. Day, 11892 Blue February Way, Columbia, MD 21044. From Walker Data of Jackson H.Da y.1995.]

From Barb Lau (maggiejason@msn.com), 12/2001
"Daniel was a prosperous farmer and owned 300 acres o f riverfront property...the first 50 acres was called "Dani el's Rest." Additional tracts were called "Daniel's Additi on" and "Walker's Tooth." Daniel also ran a ferry across t he river...today the site of the Miles River Bridge."

Noted events in his life were:

• Alt. Death: January 1702, Talbout.

• Immigration: 1667, Maryland. 315

Daniel married Alice [---?---].

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Eliza WALKER was born in 1660.

            ii.  Jane WALKER was born in 1662.

           iii.  Daniel WALKER was born in 1664.

            iv.  William WALKER was born about 1666 in Prince George, Somerset Co., Maryland.

             v.  Alice WALKER was born on 6 August 1667 in Talbout, Maryland.

15342       vi.  Charles WALKER (born in 1668 in Beacon Hall, Prince George Co., Maryland - died on 20 February 1730 in Prince George, Somerset Co., Maryland)

           vii.  Mary WALKER was born in 1670.


30685. Alice [---?---] 235.,295

Alice married Daniel WALKER Sr. Daniel was born in 1642 in England and died about 1702 in Prince George, Somerset Co., Maryland about age 60.

30686. Joseph ISAAC,235,309,365 son of Richard ISAAK and Elizabeth SHARP, was born about 1640 in Great Goneby, Lincoln England and died on 23 February 1689 in Calvert, Prince George Co., Maryland about age 49.

Joseph married Jane Margaret BROWN. Jane was born in 1651 in Calvert, Prince George Co., Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Elizabeth ISAAC was born in 1677 and died in November 1757 at age 80.

            ii.  Richard ISAAC was born in 1679 and died in June 1759 at age 80.

15343      iii.  Rebecca ISAAC (born in 1680 in Calvert, Prince George Co., Maryland - died in 1767 in Maryland)

            iv.  Joseph ISAAC was born in 1681 and died in 1703 at age 22.


30687. Jane Margaret BROWN 235,309 was born in 1651 in Calvert, Prince George Co., Maryland.

Jane married Joseph ISAAC. Joseph was born about 1640 in Great Goneby, Lincoln England and died on 23 February 1689 in Calvert, Prince George Co., Maryland about age 49.

31756. Ludovicus Lohues .198

General Notes: He was a (catholic) priest, after the reformation a preacher, in Scheemda and Nieuwolda. On August 1st 1596 the first Holy Supper was celebrated in Scheemda under his guidance. Taking into account the period of the death of his son, he must have been married when he was still a priest. This was not uncommon in Groningen in those days. 366

Noted events in his life were:

• Occupation: Catholic Priest, Bef 1596. 198 Before the Reformation.

• Occupation: Protestant Minister, After 1596. 198 After the Reformation.

Ludovicus married.

The child from this marriage was:

15878        i.  Andries Lodewijcks (died before 13 June 1613 in Netherlands)

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