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CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN MEYERS , U.E. was born on 22 Jan 1745 in Albany, NY. He died on 22 Nov 1821 in Belleville, Ontario. He married (1) MARY (POLLY) (CRUGER) KRUGER in 1765. She was born in 1745. She died about 1816. He married (2) Sophia Huffnel after 1816.
  1. George W Meyers
  2. Catherine W Meyers
  3. Margaret W Meyers
  4. Tobias W Meyers
  5. Leonard  W Meyers
  6. Mary or Maria  W Meyers
  7. Anna or Nancy W Meyers
  8. Jacob W Meyers

1. Descendants of George W. Meyers, U.E. and Alaida Vanalstine

Generation No. 1
1.  GEORGE W.5 MEYERS, U.E.  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 24 September 1765 in Wurtenburg, Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY.  He married ALAIDA VANALSTINE 5 May 1789, daughter of MAJOR VANALSTINE and ALIDA VAN ALEN.  She was born Abt. 2 March 1772 in Kinderhook, NY: PLBQ p. 827; date & place  WFT, and died Abt. 1872.
       
Children of GEORGE MEYERS and ALAIDA VANALSTINE are:
                   i.    MARY6 MEYERS, m. JAMES VANDERVOORT, 16 July 1809, Sidney1.
                  ii.    PETER W MEYERS, m. ELIZABETH YAGER; b. 28 March 1800, Claverack, Columbia Co., NY.
                 iii.    REBECCA MEYERS, m. PETER VANDERVOORT; b. 1784; d. 1840.
                 iv.    NANCY MEYERS, m. JOHN LEONARD W. MEYERS.
                  v.    ALICE MEYERS, m. GEORGE WESTFALL.
                 vi.    MARGARET MEYERS. m PETER VANALSTINE, son of Cornelius Vanasltine and Rachael Dunham
                vii.    CATHERINE MEYERS, b. 1796, Sidney, Hastings County.
               viii.    TOBIAS WALTER MEYERS, b. 26 May 1798, Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., ON; d. 11 October 1887, Sidney Twsp, Hastings Co. Ont.; m. CHRISTINA HELEN YAGER; b. 11 October 1807, Claverack, Columbia Co., NY; d. 12 October 1900, Sidney Twsp, Hastings Co. Ont..
                  ix.    JOHN G. W. MEYERS, b. Abt. 1800, Upper Canada; m. (1) CATHERINE MEYERS; d. Bef. 1851; m. (2) MARY (POLLY) ROW; b. Abt. 1810, Upper Canada.
                   x.    ALIDA (ALLEY) MEYERS, b. Bef. 29 June 1800; m. HARMON ROW.

MARRIAGE
The marriage Register if St John’s Church, Ernestown, p. 16
Banns of marriage between George Walden Meyers of the eighth Township of Catarakwee, and Alleday Van Alstine of the fourth Township of Catarakwee, were published on March 22nd, and 29th, and April 5th: 1789 by me 
            John Langhorn, Episcopal Missionary
  marriage
 George Walden Meyers of the eighth Township of Catarakwee, called Sidney, Batchelor, and Alleday Van Alstine of the fourth Township of Catarawkee, called Adolphustown, Spinster, were married in this Church by Banns this fifth Day of May in ye year of our Lord one thousand, seven hundred, and eighty nine by me.
            John Langhorn, Missionary
This Marriage now solemnized by us,
[signed]           George Walden Meyers
                        Alladay Van Alstine
 
This Marriage was solemnized in the presence of us,
[signed]           Anne Williams
                        Tobias Walden Meyers
                        Alexander Van Alstine
Source: copy of registration, Anglican Register 1787 - 1814, Anglican Archives in Kingston, emailed by Carol Evans, March 2009. Thank you Carol.

BIRTH

Johan Joerg, son of Johan Waldemeyer and Maria, bap 13, 10 month, 1765 and born 24, 9 month 1765. Sponsors Joh Joerg Waldemeyer and Margaretha.
Source: St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtenburg, Rhinebeck, 1760-1899, transcription of register, Arthur Kelly, 1969, 57, UEL Library

1787
On 6 Sept 1787, George and Tobias Meyers are entitled to 200 acres and have drawn Lot 7 in front, consisting of two hundred acres in full in Seignure of No 8 (became Sidney).
Source: Township Papers, Hastings, AO, MS 658, reel 442, #87, copy Meyers files.

1790
On 17 July 1790, George Meyers granted 200 acres, Lot 29, 5th Concession, Sidney on 7 Jul 1790.
Source: Township Papers, Hastings, AO, MS 658, reel 442, #733, copy Meyers files.

MILITIA
Captain George W. Meyers, Hastings Militia, date of commission is Dec. 10, 1798, dated Feb., 10, 1799.
Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County 1799-1826, from the William Bell Papers; compiled by Don Kellaway, 1994, Quinte Branch, OGS, p. 1.

Meyers, George Walden is listed as a Major (date of rank September 5, 1807) in the 1st Hastings Regiment.
Source: Soldiers of the King, Upper Canadian Militia, 1812 - 1815, reference guide, Wm. Gray, 1995, p. 66.

1808 SIDNEY
William Johnston and George W Myers, executors and Rebecca Crysdale, widow, executrix and testament of the late John Crysdale, Sydney, yeoman, deceased, claim lot 21, Con 5, Sydney ..... John Crysdale who was the origianl nominee of the said lands; dated 8 Jan 1808.
Source: Second Heir and Devisee Commision case files, RG 40-5, AO, MS 657, reel 16, folder 40-27

John Crysdale .. claims lot 21, Con 5, Sydney, devisee of John Crysdale, deceased ... 1807
Source: Second Heir and Devisee Commision case files, RG 40-5, AO, MS 657, reel 15, folder 40-65

BRIGHTON TP
In 1814, George Meyers receives a release for Lot 28, Conc 4, Brighton Tp (deed #782) and then in 1820 Geo Meyers and wife Alida sells Lot 29, Conc 4, (deed #1116)
Source: Northumberland, Abstract Index, Brighton Tp, 1800-1959, V1-2, AO, GSU 197810

MURRAY TP
Lot 10, Conc 6, deed #1106, in 1824, Geo and Alida Meyers sell lot 10, Conc 6, Murray Tp to Nancy Meyers and Lot 11, Conc 6, Murray to Eliza Meyers.
Source: Northumberland, Abstract Index, Murray Tp, 1800-1959, V1-2, AO, GSU 197818

1837 REBELLION
A letter from an anonymous writer to William Lyon Mackenzie, dated 8 Feb 1839, describes a "George W Meyers, son of Colonel Meyers of Belleville," who was on the wharf in Belleville and said he "going to look after Mackenzie". An informant reported this and George was arrested. According to the letter his father "an old Loyalist" got one of his brothers to tell the jailer that a different Mackenzie owed George money and if he would check George's account book he would see that he was wrongly accused. He was released.
Source: The Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada, Colin Read and Ronald Stagg, Carelton Univ Press, 1985, 436, Thanks to Guylaine Peltrin for alerting me to this reference.



2. Descendants of Catherine Meyers and John Bleecker
Generation No. 1
CATHERINE W.5 MEYERS (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 18 Mar 1767 in Wurtenburg, Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY, and died Abt. 1791 in Upper Canada.  She married JOHN BLEECKER 07 Oct 1788 in 8th Town (Sidney).  John Bleecker's second wife was  Mary Meyers, sister to Catherine.

Children of JOHN BLEECKER and CATHERINE MEYERS are:
                 vi.    JOHN R.2 BLEECKER.
                vii.    GEORGE BLEECKER.

BIRTH
Catharina, dau of Johannes Waldemeyer and Maria, bap Lectare, 1765 and born 18, 3 month 1767. Sponsors Joh Tobias Gruber, Catharina
Source: St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtenburg, Rhinebeck, 1760-1899, transcription of register, Arthur Kelly, 1969, 87, UEL Library, Toronto

PETITION
7 Jul 1790, Kingston, Catherine Blaker, alias W Meyers, daughter of John W Meyers, Captain in the Loyal Rangers, being married to John Blaker, claims the portion of land under the order of Council of 9 Nov 1789 prays for 200 acres as a Daughter of a Loyalist in Ameliasburgh [signed] Catherine Blacker alias W Meyers
Catherine Blacker alias Meyers, certificate granted 7 Feb 1791, 100 acres [117a]
Source: UCLP, RG 1 L3, Vol 67, BMisc/17, #117, film C-1635



3. Margaret W Meyers

POSSIBLE BIRTH
Margaretha, dau of Hannes Waldemeyer and Maria, bap Advent, 4 month, 1768 and born 24, 11 month 1768. Sponsors Joerg Waldemeyer and wife.
Source: St Paul's Lutheran Church of Wurtenburg, Rhinebeck, 1760-1899, transcription of register, Arthur Kelly, 1969, 114, UEL Library

Note: this child may have died young.


4. Tobias W Meyers
BAPTISM
Tobias WALDEN MEYERS-2392 was born 1770 in , Dutchess Co., NY, USA and was christened 2 Dec 1770 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY, USA. 
Recorded: Kinderhook Dutch Reformed Church, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY USA. Parents: "Johanne Waltenmeyer, Maria Gruber". Sponsors: "Hendrick Duycker, wife Margrieta Ditzelin".
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr.

1787
On 6 Sept 1787, George and Tobias Meyers are entitled to 200 acres and have drawn Lot 7 in front, consisting of two hundred acres in full in Seignure of No 8 (became Sidney).
Source: Township Papers, Hastings, AO, MS 658, reel 442, #87, copy Meyers files.

DEATH: "Tobias died in a tragic accident. Bears had been bothering the farmers, so Tobias and George (his brother) went out one night when there was a full moon to see if they could shoot it, as it would crush the cornstalks in the field. They separated in the cornfield and lost sight of one another. George thought he heard the bear and shot, but it was his brother, Tobias, who lay dead in the field. He was buried in the Old Sidney Burying Ground, the 2nd of John and Polly's children to be buried there." (MS)
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr.


5. Descendants of Leonard Meyers and Margaret Ackerman
 
Generation No. 1 
1.  LEONARD5 MEYERS  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 1772, and died Bef. 17 October 1830.  He married (1) MARGARET ACKERMAN 14 April 1793 in Fredericksburgh and she died bef. 1807. He married (2) LENA WESTFALL.
Children of LEONARD MEYERS and MARGARET ACKERMAN are:
                   i.    RACHEL6 MEYERS, m. WELLS MUNN.
                  ii.    ANNIE OR NANCY MEYERS, m. JOHN BROWN.
                 iii.    MARGARET MEYERS, m. JOHN SMITH.
                 iv.    JOHN LEONARD W. MEYERS, m. NANCY MEYERS.
                  v.    JAMES W. MEYERS.
                 vi.    MARY MEYERS, b. 17 October 1800; m. PETER VANDERVOORT; b. 1784; d. 1840.

BIRTH/DEATH
47 M v. Leonard (Leendert) WALDEN MEYERS-2462 was born 1772 and died before 17 Oct 1830.
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr

MARRIAGE
REV. JOHN LANGHORN REGISTER OF ST. PAUL'S
CHURCH, FREDERICKSBURGH.
Leonard Walden Meyers, Sidney, bachelor, and Margaret Ackerman, Adolphustown, spinster
April 14, 1793 Katreen Cole, Jinney Ostrom, Alex. Vanalstine, Tobias Meyers.
Source: Bill Martin's web site, Ontario Hist. Soc., Papers and Records, V. 1, 1899, Pages 14-70.

MILITARY
Lieutenant Lenard W. Meyers, Hastings Militia, date of commission is Dec. 12, 1798, dated Feb., 10, 1799.
Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County 1799-1826, from the William Bell Papers; compiled by Don Kellaway, 1994, Quinte Branch, OGS, p. 1.
Source: Returns of 1st Regiment Hastings 1812-14

ASSAULT
"Leonard Walden Meyers, Sydney, on 27 July 1804 did assault at Murray Twp, Northumberland District, Phoebe Smith, wife of John Smith, Murray, tailor" ... " with force and arms an assault did make and her, the said Phoebe Smith, then and there did beat wound and evil entreat and these to her other enormous things did to the great damage hurt her .."
Source: Newcastle District Court Quarter sessions, RG 22-31, Box 1, AO, barcode B288076


6. Descendants of Mary or Maria Meyers and John Bleecker
MARY OR MARIA MEYERS  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born Abt. 1774 in near Poughkeepsie, NY, and died 1868 in Trenton, ON.  She married (1) JOHN BLEECKER 11 Nov 1797 in Kingston, Upper Canada.  He was born Abt. 1762, and died 1807.  She married (2) JOHN ROW Abt. 1808, son of PETER ROW. 
       
Children of MARY MEYERS and JOHN BLEECKER are:
                   i.    TOBIAS6 BLEECKER, b. 11 Jul 1797, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 19 Sep 1866, Thurlow Tp, Hastings; m. ISABELLA MARIANNE, Bef. 1822.
                  ii.    GILBERT BLEECKER, b. 07 May 1799, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 26 Dec 1850, Sidney Tp, Hastings; m. MARY ANN WALKER, 07 Dec 1823, Belleville, ON.
                 iii.    CATHERINE BLEECKER, b. 1801, Sidney Tp, Hastings; m. JOHN WESLEY ORR, Aft. 1816.
                 iv.    JANE BLEECKER, b. 1803, Sidney Tp, Hastings; m. WILLIAM RIPSON, Aft. 1818.
                  v.    HENRY BLEECKER, b. 10 Aug 1805, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 15 Sep 1881, Sidney Tp, Hastings; m. SARAH LEAVENS, 05 Oct 1839, Sidney Tp.
       
Children of MARY MEYERS and JOHN ROW are:
                 vi.    SUSANNA6 ROW, b. Abt. 1808, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. Bef. 1842; m. RICHARD HARDER, 11 Feb 1823, St Thomas Church, Belleville, ON.
2.             vii.    ELIZABETH (BETSEY JANE) ROW, b. Abt. 1808, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 05 Nov 1889, Sidney Tp, Hastings.
               viii.    BENJAMIN ROW, b. Abt. 1811, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 29 Oct 1897, Murray Tp, Northumberland; m. CATHERINE SAVAGE, 31 Dec 1853, Victoria Dist, Hastings Co..
                  ix.    MARY A ROW, b. 02 Feb 1815, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 19 Feb 1912, Trenton; m. BURLEIGH HUNT, Aft. 1830.
                   x.    JOHN ROW, b. Mar 1817, Sidney Tp, Hastings; d. 05 Oct 1900, Sidney Tp, Hastings; m. ANGELINA ROSS, 16 Jan 1839, Sidney Tp.

STORY
Mary married John against her father's wishes. (He didn't think it was right for her to marry her sister's husband).  They took a canoe down to Kingston and were married on Nov 11, 1797.  While in Kingston, Mary's father showed up and Mary disguised herself as an Indian squaw and her father didn't recognize her.  After he found out they were married he was reconciled.   John Bleecker died of pneumonia in March of 1807.  In abt 1808 Mary married John Row. John Row was born abt 1772 in Dutchess Co, NY and he died May 24, 1857 in Sidney Twp, Hastings Co, ON. Mary Meyers was born in 1774 near Poughkeepsie, NY (Bapt May 29, 1774 in Catskill, NY) and she died in 1868 in Trenton, Hastings Co, ON. Mary owned the front ferry plying the Bay of Quinte between Trenton and Belleville
Source: email from Jane Severino, Jan 2008

Sources regarding her children: from Jane Severino
1. Susanna  b. abt 1808 in Sidney Twp (may have been born earlier but then would be John Row and 1st wife, Sarah Rose's dtr)  d. bef 1842 (her husband was remarried by then)  m. Feb 11, 1823 at St Thomas' Church in Belleville to Richard Harder (marriage info from mar. rec. in IGI)

2. Elizabeth (Betsy Jane)  b. abt 1808 in Sidney Twp  d. Nov 5, 1889 in Sidney Twp  m. aft 1824 to Stephen White Kelly (Kelley)  (birth and death info from ON Death Reg # 006746)

3. Benjamin  b. abt 1811 in Sidney Twp  d. Oct 29, 1897 in Murray Twp, Northumberland Co  m. Dec 31, 1853 in the Victoria Dist., Hastings Co to Catherine Savage  (birth and death info from ON Death Reg # 018040)  (marriage info from extracted marriage rec in IGI)

4. Mary Ann   b. Feb 2, 1815 in Sidney Twp  d. Feb 19, 1912 in Trenton, ON m. aft 1830 to Burleigh Hunt  (birth and death info from ON Death Reg # 38659)

5. John Jr.  b. Mar 1817 in Sidney Twp  d. Oct 5, 1900 in Sidney Twp  m. Jan 16, 1839 in Sidney Twp to Angelina Ross, b. Sep 27, 1820, d. Sep 13,1883   (Birth and death info for John from ON Death Reg # 11718) (Marriage info from Lower Canada Marriage Bonds: Vol 39; Bond # 7429)  (Birth and death info for Angelina from ON Death Reg #6293)


7. Descendants of Anna (Nancy) Meyers and her husbands Caleb Gilbert and Thomas Jones

1.  ANNA (NANCY)5 MEYERS  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 1775 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., NY, and died 10 December 1844 in Belleville, ON.  She married (1) CALEB GILBERT Bef. 1797, son of STEPHEN GILBERT.  He was born in Ulster Co, NY, and died Bef. 1 December 1810 in Sidney, Hastings County.  She married (2) THOMAS JONES.  He was born Abt. 1765 in NY, and died Aft. 1833.

BAPTISM 
Annatje/Anna Walden Meyers. bapt. 10 December 1775 as Annatje Waltmyer, at Coxsackie Dutch Ref. Ch., then Albany Co., now Greene Co., NY. Anna received land 13 November 1797 
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr.

Two names: Anna and Nancy

See the two 1797 petitions below. They are submitted a few months apart and both state they are married to a Gilbert and when the land record from 1810 is included both are said to be married to Caleb Gilbert. Researchers have generally resorted to just stating that Anna Meyers and Nancy Meyers is the same person.

PETITION 1797
Dated 9 Nov 1797, Anna Meyers alias Gilbert, daughter of Capt John Meyers and wife of Caleb Gilbert, Esq, pray for land. [post script] "I certify that the above named petitioner is now the wife of Thomas Jones of the Township of Sidney. [signed and dated] Rich Birdsall, York 30 July 1833. The original petition is confirmed on 13 Nov 1797. For Lots 5 and 6, Con 9, Percy Township the survey or patent fee of 3 pounds.5.2 is paid in 1833.
Source: Upper Canada Land Petitions, Percy, 1797, V203, G3/10, AO, Film C-2028

PETITION 1797
At Sydney, 23 Sep 1797, Nancy W Meyers alias Gilbert, daughter of Capt John Walden Meyers, late of the Loyal Rangers, and has only received 200 acres of land prays a further quantity of land in the Township of Murray. DMG Rogers states he confirms that she is the daughter, dated 18 Oct 1799 at Hallowell. Confirmed  to receive 400 acres.
Source: Upper Canada Land Petitions, Murray, 1797, bundle G4/64, AO, Film C-2028

LAND RECORD
Bargain and sale between Thomas E Matthews, Sydney, yeoman, and Nancy Gilbert, widow of the late Caleb Gilbert Esq of the same place, for 150 pounds, 40 acres, south east part, Lot 29, Con 1, Sydney, witnessed by John Henesy and John Guffin, both of Sydney, 1 Dec 1810.
Source: Hasting Co Copybooks, Vol A-D, 1800-1821, AO, GSU 197905, Book A, 102, p 252


8. Descendants of Jacob Meyers and Jane McKenzie
1.  JACOB5 MEYERS  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 31 March 1777, and died Abt. 1851.  He married JANE MCKENZIE 1798.  She was born 1780, and died 1858.
       
Children of JACOB MEYERS and JANE MCKENZIE are:
                   i.    JOHN6 MEYERS, d. 1819.
                  ii.    MARY W. MEYERS, b. 25 February 1801; d. 1895; m. LYMAN ASHLEY, 1829.
                 iii.    NANCY W MEYERS, b. 1803; d. 1888; m. CALEB GILBERT, 1822; b. 1800; d. 1872.
                 iv.    TOBIAS P.W. MEYERS, b. Abt. 1804, Upper Canada; m. ELIZABETH HIGLEY; b. Abt. 1810, Upper Canada.
                  v.    JACOB W MEYERS, b. 1809; m. (1) AUGUSTA FONES; m. (2) ELEANOR OR ELIZABETH SCHENCK.
                 vi.    JANE W MEYERS, b. 1811; m. JOHN WANNOCOTT.
                vii.    GEORGE E.W. MEYERS, b. 1813; m. NANCY BURDETT.
               viii.    BLEEKER W MEYERS, b. 1817; d. 1849; m. HANNAH WEBB; b. Abt. 1803, Ireland.
                  ix.    JOHN A.W. MEYERS, b. 1820, Upper Canada; d. 1899; m. LOUISE HILDRITH; b. 1818, U States; d. 1893.
                   x.    SARAH ANN MEYERS, b. 1822; d. 1839.

BIRTH
1779 is the approximate birth year as calculated from the military record below.

PARENTAGE
Jacob W Meyers as guardian of his seven children who are devisees of J.W. Meyers, 1822
Source: Abstract Index, Sidney Tp., AO, GSU 197974, Lot 1, Con 3.

MILITARY
Meyers, Jacob Walden is listed as a Captain (date of rank September 5, 1807) in the 1st Hastings Regiment.
Meyers, Jacob Walden, Captain, is listed in the 1st Hastings Regiment, Flank Companies. He is charged with disobedience in 1814.
Source: Soldiers of the King, Upper Canadian Militia, 1812 - 1815, William Gray, 1995, p. 66, 122
Source: See the Return of the 1st Regiment Hastings 1812 - 14
Source: See the Officers of the 1st Regiment Hastings c1814
Source: See the 1814 - Courth martial. 1st Hastings Reg't


Captain Jacob Meyers, 1st Regiment of the Hastings Militia, age 40, Sidney Twsp., Concession 1, Lot 9, dated 19 Jan 1819.
Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County 1799-1826, from the William Bell Papers; compiled by Don Kellaway, 1994, Quinte Branch, OGS, p. 7.

LAND CLAIM
Jacob W. Meyers made a land claim as a militiaman who served in the War of 1812 - 1814 with the Flank Company, 1st Regiment Hastings Militia.
Source: Index of the Land Claim Certificates, Lauber, OGS, 1995, p. 60: RG9, IB4, V. 22, pp. 416 - 421, NAC.

BIRTH/DEATH
50 M viii. Jacob WALDEN MEYERS-2297 was born 31 Mar 1777 and died about 1851. Primary sources unknown.
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr.