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Phoebe Bayard

The New Netherland Ancestors of

PHOEBE BAYARD,

the wife of

ARTHUR ST. CLAIR



- for Arthur St. Clair

City Founder, Continental Congress Delegate (President), Governor (Northwest Territory), High Ranking Military (General), United States County Namesake





		      __Samuel Bayard6
		     |
		 __Balthazar Bayard5,6,7
		|    |
		|    |__Anna Stuyvesant5,6
		|
	    __Jacobus Bayard1,7
	   |    |
	   |    |          __Jan Loockermans
	   |    |         |
	   |    |     __Govert Loockermans5,6
	   |    |    |    |
	   |    |    |    |__(__)
	   |    |    |
	   |    |__Marritje Loockermans5,6,7
	   |         |
	   |         |     __Jan Phillips5
	   |         |    |
	   |         |__Ariaentje Jans5
	   |              |
	   |              |__Lysbeth Setten5
	   |
       __Balthazar Bayard1,7,10
      |    |
      |    |          __Jacob Theuniszen Dekay7,9
      |    |         |
      |    |     __Teunis Dekay1,2,7
      |    |    |    |
      |    |    |    |     __Theunis Thomaszen [Quick]7,8
      |    |    |    |    |
      |    |    |    |__Hillegonde Quick7,9
      |    |    |         |
      |    |    |         |__Belitje Jacobs7.8
      |    |    |
      |    |__Hillegonda Dekay1,7
      |         |
      |         |     __Johannes Pieterszen Van Brugh7
      |         |    |
      |         |__Helena Van Brugh1,2,7
      |              |
      |              |     __Roelof Janszen3
      |              |    |
      |              |__Tryntje Roelofs2,3,7
      |                   |
      |                   |     __(Jan or Johan) (__)3
      |                   |    |
      |                   |__Anneke Jans3
      |                        |
      |                        |__Tryntje Roelofs3,4
      |
PHOEBE BAYARD10
the wife of ARTHUR ST. CLAIR
      |
      |__Mary Bowdoin1,10


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Biography of ARTHUR ST. CLAIR

 
ST. CLAIR, Arthur, a Delegate from Pennsylvania; born in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland, 23 March 1734 (old style); attended the University of Edinburgh and studied medicine; purchased a commission as ensign in the Sixtieth Foot, 13 May 1757, and came to America; served under General Amherst at the capture of Louisburg 26 July 1758, and under General James Wolfe at Quebec in 1759; resigned 16 April 1762; settled in Ligonier Valley, PA, in 1764, where he erected mills; surveyor of the district of Cumberland in 1770; justice of the court of quarter sessions and of common pleas; member of the proprietary council, justice, recorder, and clerk of the orphans' court; prothonotary of Bedford and Westmoreland Counties; served in the Pennsylvania Militia and Continental Army during the Revolutionary War; was a member of the Pennsylvania council of censors in 1783; Member of the Continental Congress 1786-1787, and its President in 1787; appointed Governor of the Northwest Territory upon its formation in 1789 and served until 22 November 1802; named commander of Federal Troops, 4 March 1791; returned to Ligonier Valley, PA, and engaged in the iron business; died near his old home, "Hermitage," near Youngstown, PA, 31 August 1818; interment in General Arthur St. Clair Cemetery, Greensburg, PA.
 

 


Notes and Sources


   1.  Bogardus, William Brouwer.  "Dear "Cousin:"  A Charted Genealogy of the
       Descendants of Anneke Jans Bogardus (1605-1663) to the 5th Generation
       - and of her sister Marritje Jans.  Camden:  Penobscot Press, 1996.
       Chart 5A.
   2.  Ibid., Chart 5.
   3.  Ibid., Chart 1.
   4.  She is more commonly known as Tryntje Jonas
   5.  Jay, Elizabeth Clarkson, "Jay and Livingston Pedigree," The New York
       Genealogical and Biographical Record, 11 (1880):  114.
   6.  Purple, Edwin R. "Contributions to the History of the Ancient Families
       of New York - Loockermans."  The New York Genealogical and Biographical
       Record 7 (1877):  11-16.
   7.  McCracken, George E., "The American Dekay Family," The American
       Genealogist, 33 (1957):  223-231; 34 (1958):  29-38.
   8.  Quick, Arthur Craig, A Genealogy of the Quick Family in America (1625-
       1942) 317 Years.  South Haven: A.C. Quick, 1942.  3-8.
   9.  Ibid., p. 12-14.
  10.  Virkus, Frederick A., The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy:
       First Families of America - A Genealogical Encyclopedia of the United
       States, Volume II.  Chicago:  A. N. Marquis, 1926.  314.


 

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