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The Descendants of Jan Pieterse Meby

A Chronology of Mabie/Mabee/Maybee/Mabey Records

Prepared by Steve Mabie, with substantial assistance from John D. MayBee and Skip Duett.

Last Revised: 02/24/2014
COPYRIGHT ©2014 Stephen W. Mabie. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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Introduction

The majority of these records are for the descendants of Jan Pieterse Meby, the son of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden and Aechtje Jans, born in 1654 (baptized Oct. 4, 1654 in the Reformed Church of New Amsterdam).

All records contained in this file are verified, primary records from Albany, Schenectady, Montgomery and Herkimer Counties in the State of New York. Certainly, not every record from these counties is included. Many church records are incomplete or have been destroyed. In particular, no records exist for Albany prior to mid-1683; no records exist for Schenectady prior to 1694; there is an 18 year gap (from 1794 to 1812) in the St. John's Reformed Church records; a 15 year gap (late 1795 through 1810 in the records of the German Flats Reformed Church; and virtually all of the pre-1800 records of the Reformed Calvinist Church Of Canajoharie (AKA Fort Plain or Sand Hill) have not survived the passage of time.

However, this collection is believed to contain all of those records that have survived. The primary focus was to capture the records from the 17th, 18th and early 19th centuries. Records from the last three quarters of the 19th century were included for convenience, but are clearly far from complete. Starting before the turn of the century in 1800, many Mabie families began moving westward, out of the area covered by this research.

In addition to the church records, some will abstracts have been included where available. (The will information is printed in green.) In most instances, the wills have proven to be very helpful in determining the relationships between parents, children and spouses. In a few cases, available death, burial or tombstone data was also helpful and is included. And in one critical case, a Bible record was used to establish births.

Wherever possible, each child has been assigned a unique number, based on their parents and their order of birth. For example, since Jan Pieterse was the second child of his generation, he is #2. His son Pieter (the third child born to Jan Pieterse) is #2-3, while Abraham (the seventh child born to Jan Pieterse) is #2-7. Pieter's third child John is #2-3-3. You will note that each succeeding generation adds one digit. The starting point for these assignments was R. Robert Mutrie's, 6000 New York Ancestors: A Compendium of Mabie Research, Log Cabin Publishing (Ridgeway, ON: 1986). This book includes a compilation of the early generations as they were known to researchers in 1986. [R. Robert Mutrie, Editor, The Long Point Settlers Journal. Log Cabin Publishing (Ridgeway, ON: 1986). Both the book and the ongoing journals are available from R. Robert Mutrie, 244 Maple Leaf Avenue North, Ridgeway, ON.] However, several deviations from all previously published sources have been documented within this file.

PLEASE NOTE: All names are spelled as found in the records. Therefore, a global search of this file by name will not necessarily locate the appropriate records.

Not every "Mabie" record contained in this file is for descendants of Jan Pieterse. In particular, there is a Thomas Mebi, who first surfaces in 1730, and his descendants. Each record associated with this line is identified by the label "X". There may also be some records where the names Mabee and Maley have been interchanged. This line is denoted within the file by the label "C". Finally, there is a line that stems from a Dorothy Pickert and her husband "Jan Pieter Mebi", as reflected in two baptism records in 1730 and 1731. Since Jan Pieterse Mebie died in 1725, there is an unsolved mystery as to the identity of this second Jan Pieter. Each record associated with this line is identified by the label "JP". As with the principal line, where known, each child is assigned a unique number, e.g. JP-1-3-2.

Each church record is identified by type as an M for a Marriage or a B for a Baptism. The date in the leftmost column is the date of the record. Where available, birth date information has been provided separately. Following the record type, each church, for which records are included in this file, is identified by a unique number placed in parentheses. Clicking on the source number will take you to a file which will identify the source of the record. After you have viewed the source of the record, use the "back" button on your browser to return to the record in this file.

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The descendants of Jan Pieterse Meby

There are no surviving records of baptisms for 4 of Jan Pieterse's 10 children or for Jan's marriage to Anna Borsboom. Their first two children, Eva and Margrietje, undoubtedly were born prior to the time that the records cover (mid-1683 for Albany, 1694 for Schenectady). Therefore, since there is no certain way to determine who was the eldest, I have taken these two in the order in which they were married: Eva first. So, Eva is identified throughout this file as (2-1) and Margrietie is (2-2). The third child of Jan and Anna was son Pieter:

1686

 1/20    B (10) Pieter (2-3), father Jan Pietersz
                       witnesses: Abraham van Trigt, Lysbeth van Trigt

The next two children of Jan and Anna were Jacob and Tryntje. Jonathan Pearson, in his Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady, gives Tryntje's age at her death in 1773 as 82, placing her birth in 1691. In the case of Jacob, we know, from the will of Jan (see 1725) that Jacob was his second son, placing his birth prior to that of Abraham in 1695. Since Tryntje was presumably born in 1691, and Anna was born in 1693, it is most likely that Jacob was born between Pieter and Tryntje. Therefore, Jacob is identified as (2-4) and Tryntje is (2-5). Note that Pearson has incorrect birth (3/1/1698) and baptism (5/5/1700) dates listed for Jacob. The birth date is completely inconsistent with the will of Jan. I have reviewed the original baptism records and Jacob's baptism is not recorded. It is possible that Jacob was an adopted child. Anna's sister, Tryntje, gave birth to an illegitimate son named Jacob, of whom there is no further record. One theory is that this child was adopted by Jan and Anna as their own.

1693

 4/16    B (10) Annetje (2-6), parents Jan Pietersz Mebi and Antje P. Bosboom
                       witnesses: Jan Hendriksz Vrooman, Cornelia Pieterse van Olinda

1695

 6/26    B (11) Abraham (2-7), parents Jan Pieterse Mebi and Annetje Bosboom
                       witnesses: Gerrit Simonse and Antje Sanders

1697

11/10    B (11) Engeltje (2-8), parents Jan Mebi and Annetje Bosboom
                       witnesses: Jacobus Peek and Jannetje Reyers

1699

 5/28    M (11) Cornelis Slingerlant, j.m. Albany, and Eegfe Mebi (2-1), j.d., Schenectady

1700

 1/9     B (11) Engeltje (2-1-1), parents: Cornelis Slingerlant and Aeche Mebi
                       witnesses: Gerrit Gysbertsen, Marritje Pieterssen

 5/5     B (11) Maria (2-9), parents: Jan Mabi and Anna Borsboom
                       witnesses: Jacobus van Dyck and Sara Peeck

NOTE: Pearson incorrectly has this as Jacob’s baptism.

1703

10/3     B (11) Anna (2-1-2), parents: Kornelis Slingerlant and Eva Mebie
                       witnesses: Jan Mebie and Anna Bosboom

 7/28    B (11) Doretha, parents: Bartholomeus Pikket and Eva Klaassen
                       witnesses: Wouter Vrooman and Geertany Klaasen

NOTE: This is the baptism for Dorothy Pickert, who later married Jan Pieter Mebi (JP).

1704

10/7     B (11) Meibtye (Metje or Martha) (2-10), parents: Jan Meby and Antye Boosboom
                       witness: Lysebit Tonissen

10/7     B (11) Anna (3-2-2), parents: Kaleb Beck and Anna Mol (3-2)
                       witnesses: Matthew Scienks and Maria Meby

NOTE: This is a baptism for a daughter of Anna Mol, who, in turn, was the daughter of Engeltje Pieters, a sister of Jan Pieterse Mebie. The Maria Meby in the records both above and below this note is the older sister of Jan Pieterse.

1705

 8/25    B (11) Maria (2-1-3), parents: Cornelis Slingerlait and Eva Meby
                       witnesses: Johans Mingal and Maria Meby

1706

12/13    M (10) Victor Pootman, y.m. and Margarita Mebi (2-2), y.d., both live in Schenectady

1707

 4/30    B (11) Lysbeth (2-1-4), parents: Cornelis Slingerlandt and Eva Mebi
                       witnesses: Victor Pootman and Grietje Mebi (2-2)

 8/3     B (10) Cornelia (2-2-1), parents Victor Pootman and Grietje Mebi
                       witnesses: Arent Pootman, Jacomyntje van Dyk

1708

10/9     B (11) Jan Pieter (JP), parents: no father named and Anna Peek
                       witnesses: Capt. Johannes Glen, Lt. Philip Schuyler & Jacomyntje van Dyk

NOTE: This apparently illegitimate child is the mysterious Jan Pieter Mebie who married Dorothy Pickert. From the patronymic Pieter, it appears likely that the father of this child was Jan’s son Pieter (2-3). (See below for more on this JP line.)

1709

 4/25    B (10) Antje (2-2-2), parents Victor Pootman and Grietje Mebi
                       witnesses: Johannes and Maria Mingal

1710

 4/28    B (10) Catharina (2-1-5), parents Cornelis Slingelant and Eva Mebie
                       witnesses: Caspar van Hoese, Maria Slingelant

1711

10/21    B (11) Johannes (2-2-3), parents Fictoor Pootman and Grietjen Meby
                       witnesses: Cornelis Slingerland and Aagjen Meby

1712

 6/21    B (11) Caleb (3-2-3), parents: Caleb Beck and Anna Beck
                       witnesses: Jan Petters Mevi and Antie Pieters Bosboom

1713

 2/1     B (11) Pieter (2-2-4), parents: Victor Pootman and Grietie Pootman
                       witnesses: Pieter Meby and Tryntie Meby

1714

 7/12    B (10) Eva (2-1-6), parents Cornelis and Eggie Slingerlant
                       witnesses: Albert Slingerlant, Neeltie Beekmans

12/18    B (11) Mareite (2-2-5), parents: Fecktoer Pottman and Gryete Pootman
                       witnesses: Cornelus Potman and Yacminte Potman

1715

NOTE: The 1715 Muster Roll for the 2nd Foot Company of Schenectady includes the names Pieter Mebie (2-3), Jacob Meebie (2-4) and Abraham Meebie (2-7).

 7/19    M (11) Helmigh Gerritsen Veder, j.m., Schenectady, and Anna Jansen Mebi (2-6), j.d., Woestyne

10/16    B (11) Samuel (2-5-1), parents Arent Samuels Brat and Catrientien Mebi
                       witnesses: Jacobus Brat and Susanna Van Slyk

NOTE: There is no known marriage record for Catrientien.

1716

 4/7     B (11) Gerrit (2-6-1), parents: Helmus Simonsen and Annetien Mebi
                       witnesses: Gerrit Simonsen Veder and Trientien Veders

10/6     B (11) Lena (2-1- 7), parents Cornelis Slingerlant and Egien Slingerlants
                       witnesses: Gerrit Simonsen and Trientien Simonsen

1717

 3/23    B (11) Jacob (2-2-6), parents: Victor Pootman and Grietien Pootman
                       witnesses: Helmus Veder and Annetien Veder

 9/15    B (11) Johannes (2-5-2), parents: Arent Sam. Brat and Trientien Mebi
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebi (2-3) and Agien Slingerlant

1718

 3/8     B (11) Annatien (2-8-1), parents: Pieter Daniels and Engeltien Mebi
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebi (2-3) and Annetien Veders

NOTE: There is no known marriage record for Engeltien.

 3/22    B (11) Grietien (2-1-8), parents: Corn. Slingerlant and Eva Slingerlant
                       witnesses: Arenent Brat and Grietien Vedders

 6/2     B (11) Johannes (2-6-2), parents Helmer Veder and Annetien Mebi
                       witnesses: Jan Mebi and Annetien Mol

 6/?     M (11) Abraham Mebi (2-7), jm, Schenectady and Annatien Vedders, jd, Schenectady

1719

 2/14    B (11) Arent (2-2-7), parents: Victor Pootman and Grietien Mebi
                       witnesses: Abrah. Mebi (2-7) and Antien Mol

 8/9     B (11) Susanna (2-5-3), parents Arent Brat and Cathrina Brat
                       witnesses: Harmen Van Slyk and Margrietien Brat

1720

 4/2     B (11) Daniel (2-8-2), parents: Pieter Danielsen and Engeltien Danielsen
                       witnesses: Jan Danielsen and Agnietien Danielsen

 8/6     B (11) Kathrina (2-7-1), parents: Abrah. Mebi and Annetien Vedders
                       witnesses: Albert Vedder and Maritien Glen

 8/20    B (11) Kathrina (2-6-3), parents: Helmus Veder and Annetien Meb
                       witnesses: Hendericus Veder and Engeltien Veder

12/24    B (11) Rachel (2-1-9), parents Cornelis Slingerland and Agien Slingerland
                       witnesses: Helmus Veder and Annetien Veders

1721

 2/18    B (11) Cathrina (2-2-8), parents Victor Pootman and Grietien Mebi
                       witnesses: Jacob Mebi and Annatien Vedders

 9/3     B (11) Annatien (2-5-4), parents: Arent Brat and Trientien Mebi
                       witnesses: Victor Potman and Grietien Mebi

11/11    B (11) Johannes (2-8-3), parents: Pieter Danielsen and Engeltien Mebi
                       witnesses: Victor Pootman and Grietien Mebi

11/12    M (11) Pieter Mebi (2-3), jm, Woestyne and Susanna Vedders, jd, Woestyne

11/12    M (11) Cornelis Van Dyk, jm, Dorp and Maritien Mebi (2-9), jd, Woestyne

1722

 9/1     B (11) Anna (2-7-2), parents: Abr. Mebi and Annatien Vedder
                       witnesses: Pieter Danielsen and Engeltien Mebi

 9/8     B (11) Elisabet (2-9-1), parents: Cornelis Van Dyk and Maritien Mebi
                       witnesses: Jacobus van Dyk and Jacomientien Glen

10/26    B (11) Anna (2-3-1), parents: Pieter Mebi and Susanna Vedders
                       witnesses: Abrah. Mebi and Anna Vedders

12/1     B (11) Anna (2-6-4), parents: Helmer Veder and Antien Mebi
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebi and Anna Beck

1723

 5/18    B (11) Teunis (2-1-10), parents: Cornelis Slingerlant and Agien Mebi
                       witnesses: Jacobus van Dyk and Jaomientien Glen

10/6     B (11) Margritte (2-5-5), parents: Arent Brat jr and Catarina Meby
                       witnesses: Johannes Brat and Cornelia Brat

12/25    B (11) Maria (2-8-4), parents: Pieter Daniels Van Antwerpen and Engeltie Meby
                       witnesses: Cornelis Van Dyk and Maritie Meby

1724

 5/24    B (11) Johannes (2-9-2), parents: Cornelis Van Dyk and Maritie Meby
                       witnesses: Abram Meby and Anna Vedders

 7/2     M (11) Jan Farly and Matitje Meby (2-10)

11/16    B (11) Annaetie (2-10-1), parents: Johannes Farly and Metje Meby
                       witnesses: Niccus Veder and Anna Beck, DOB: 11/15

11/29    B (11) Maria (2-7-3), parents: Abraham Meby and Anna Vedder
                       witnesses: Cornelis van Dyk and Maritje Meby, DOB:11/23

12/25    B (11) Cornelis (2-2-9), parents: Fictoor Pootman and Margrit Meby
                       witnesses: Benjamin Van Vleck and Anna Gilbert, DOB: 12/17

1725

NOTE: Will of Jan Pieterse Mebie (2), late of Schenectady, dated 4/3/1725 and proved 9/13/1725, states that he had 10 children: three sons (Pieter (2-3), the eldest, Jacob (2-4), and Abraham (2-7), the youngest) and 7 daughters, of whom only Margaret (2-2) is named. The fact that Jan died in 1725 has been substantiated through other contemporaneous documents.

 2/21    B (11) Hendricus (2-6-5), parents: Wilhelmus Veder and Annaetie Mebi
                       witnesses: Gisbert van Brakel and Maritie Vroman, DOB: 2/20

 3/21    B (11) Sara (2-3-2), parents: Pieter Meby and Susanna Vedders
                       witnesses: Harmen Vedder and Saartie Vedders , DOB: 2/21

 8/7     M (11) Jacob Meby (2-4), jm, and Catarina Vromans, jd.

12/19    B (11) Abraham (2-8-5), parents Petrus Daniels van Antwerpen and Engeltie Meby
                       witnesses: Abraham Meby and Annaetie Vedders, DOB: 11/12

1726

NOTE: On 2/19/1726, Pieter Meebie (2-3) signed a so-called Quit Claim (Albany County Deeds, book 6, page 215, recorded 9/20/1733) in which Pieter, decribed as the eldest son of John Meebie deceased, relinguished all rights to the land on the South side of the Mohawk River which were left to Jacob Meebie (2-4), described as John's second son, in the Will of John Meebie dated 4/3/1725, in exchange for two Pounds current money.

 3/20    B (11) Jacobus (2-9-3), parents: Cornelis van Dyk and Maritie Meby
                       witnesses: Jacobus Glen and Sara Wendel, DOB: 3/17

 3/27    B (11) Eva (2-5-6), parents: Arent Brat jr and Catrina Meby
                       witnesses: Hendrik Vroman jr and Susanna Vedder, DOB: 3/10

 6/19    B (11) Engeltie (2-10-2), parents: Johan Faerly and Metje Meby
                       witnesses: Abraham Meby and Anna Vedder, DOB: 5/25

 8/21    B (11) Anna (2-4-1), parents: Jacob Meby and Catrina Vromans
                       witnesses: Wilhelmus Veder and Matie Meby, DOB: 7/26
                       NOTE: Must have died before 1732. (See 2-4-4 below.)

1727

 4/30    B (11) Eva (2-7-4), parents: Abram Meby and Annaetie Vedder
                       witnesses: Pieter Meby & wife Susanna Veders, DOB: 4/24

 8/20    B (11) Margriet (2-6-6), parents: Wilhelmus Veder and Annetie Meby
                       witnesses: Pieter Meby & wife Sanna Vedders, DOB: 8/18

12/25    B (11) Abram (2-5-7), parents: Arent Brat jr and Catrina Meby
                       witnesses: Abram Meby & wife Anaetie Vedders, DOB: 12/13

12/30    B (11) Annatie (2-9-4), parents: Cornelis Van Dyk and Maritie Mebie
                       witnesses: Helemes Feder and Annatie Mebie, DOB: 12/27

1728

 1/7     B (11) Neeltie (2-8-6), parents: Pieter Daniels and Engeltie Meby
                       witnesses: Arent Daniels and Geertruyt Groot, DOB: 12/16/1727

 1/19    B (11) Johannes (2-3-3), parents: Pieter Meby and Susanna Vedders
                       witnesses: Cornelis Van Dyk & wife Maritie Meby, DOB: 1/10

 1/28    B (11) Geesie (2-4-2), parents: Jacob Meby and Catrintie Vromans
                       witnesses: Arent Brat & wife Jannetie Vromans, DOB: 1/26
                       NOTE: Must have died before 1734. (See 2-4-5 below.)

 4/4     B (11) Maritie (2-10-3), parents: John Faerley and Meetie Meebie
                       witnesses: John Collins, Maregrita Schuyler and Metie Meebie

1729

NOTE: The margins of the original records of the Schenectady Church for 1729 and 1730 have deteriorated and the dates did not survive.

 ?/?     B (11) Arent (2-3-4), parents: Pieter Moebi and Susanna Vedder
                       witnesses: Simon Vedder

1730

 ?/?     B (11) Achien (2-8-7), parents: Pieter Daniels van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi
                       witnesses: Harmen van Antwerpen and Cornelia Potman

 ?/?     B (11) Margrieta (2-4-3), parents: Jacob Mebi and Catharina Vroman
                       witnesses: Cornelius van Dyk and Maria Mebi, DOB: 2/23

NOTE: Not accounted for in Jacob's will of 1755. Must have died young.

 ?/?     B (11) Achien (JP-2), parents: ( )er Mebi and ( )ea Pikket
                       witnesses: Hendrik Hagedoorn and Antje Stevens

NOTE: This section of the Schenectady Church records for 1730 has been partially destroyed. The date and the beginning of the parent’s names did not survive. See below (JP-3) for more. This couple definitely had a son named Joseph. For reason given under (JP-3) below, it is believed that Joseph was their eldest child. The Schenectady baptism records for 1728 indicate a gap of some 7 months, so perhaps Joseph (JP-1) was baptized at that time.

 ?/?     B (11) Jacobus (2-5-8), parents: Arent Sam. Brat and Catrina Mebi
                       witnesses: Samuel Brat and Margrieta Meinders

 9/30    M (01) Thomas Maeby (X), j.m. v. N. Albanie, met Sarah Couper, j.d. v. N. York, woonen alhier.

NOTE: The descendants of Thomas all used the surname Mabb. This is a separate and independent family. These records are contained in this file because of past confusion, in particular on the part of Jonathan Pearson.

1731

 8/29    B (11) Hendrikus (2-9-5), parents: Cornelius van Dyk and Marytje Mebi
                       witnesses: Nicolaus Schuiler and Elsje Wendel

10/3     B (11) Jacobus (JP-3), parents: Jan Pieter Mebi and Dorothea Pikket
                       witnesses: Jacobus Peek sr & wife Elisabeth Peek

NOTE: Jan Pieterse Mebie died in 1725. Therefore, this appears to be some other Mabie that has entered the Schenectady area. At this stage, the identity of this new Jan Pieter Mebie can not be absolutely determined. However, it is possible that Pieter (2-3) may have had an illegitimate son with Anna Peek in 1708 (child’s baptismal name Jan Pieter). Jacob’s brother Joseph (JP-1) is thought to be older than Jacob simply because his children were older than Jacob’s, and therefore, it is assumed that he married earlier. Ultimately, the comparative ages of Joseph and Jacob make no difference. It also appears certain that this couple had two other sons, Bartholomew (JP-4) and Lewis (JP-5). (See below for more information.)

1732

 2/6     B (11) Rebecca (2-8-8), parents: Pieter van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi
                       witnesses: Arent S. Brat and Catrina Mebi

 2/20    B (11) Albert (2-7-5), parents: Abraham Mebi and Annatje Vedder
                       witnesses: Harm Albertze Vedder and Cathrina S. Brat

NOTE: According to his tombstone in the Schenectady burial ground between Front and Green Streets, Albert died March 1732. (See 2-7-8 below.)

 3/12    B (11) Margrieta (X-1), parents: Thomas Mebi and Sara Kouper
                       witnesses: Jelis van Vorst and Elisabeth Mebi

 5/28    B (11) Maria (2-10-4), parents: Johannes Ferly and Metje Mebi
                       witnesses: Cornelius van Dyk and Maria Mebi

 7/30    B (11) Petrus (2-6-7), parents: Helmer Veder and Annetje Mebi
                       witnesses: Jan Ferly and Metje Mebi

10/29    B (11) Anna (2-4-4), parents: Jacob Mebi and Cathrina Vroman
                       witnesses: Helmer Veder and Annetje Mebi, DOB: 10/4

1733

 4/15    B (11) Margrieta (2-3-5), parents: Pieter Meby and Susanna Vedder
                       witnesses: Pieter van Antwerpen and Engeltje Meby, DOB: 3/19
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-3-6 below.)

 7/22    B (11) Engeltje (2-7-6), parents: Abraham Mebi and Anna Vedder
                       witnesses: Helmer Veder and Engeltje Veder

NOTE: According to her tombstone in the Schenectady burial ground between Front and Green Streets, Engeltje died November 5, 1733. (See 2-7-7 below.)

 8/26    B (11) Engeltje (2-5-9), parents: Arent S. Bratt and Cathrina Mebi
                       witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi

 9/16    B (11) Jacomyna (2-9-6), parents: Cornelius van Dyk and Maria Meby
                       witnesses: Abraham Glen and Helena Glen

1734

 6/2     B (11) Jacob (2-10-5), parents: Jan Ferly and Mettje Mebi
                       witnesses: Jacob Mebi and Elisabeth Brouwer

 8/18    B (11) Johannes (X-2), parents: Thomas Mebi and Sara Couper
                       witnesses: Johannes van Vorst and Johanna Mercelis

10/13    B (11) Margrietje (2-3-6), parents: Pieter Mebi and Susanna Vedder
                       witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi

10/13    B (11) Cathrina (2-8-9), parents: Pieter D. van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi
                       witnesses: Daniel van Antwerpen and Cathrina Slingerland

10/27    B (11) Maria (2-6-8), parents: Helmer Veder and Annetje Mebi
                       witnesses: Cornelius van Dyk and Annatje Vedder

11/14    B (11) Geesje (2-4-5), parents: Jacob Mebi and Cathrina Vroman
                       witnesses: Arent Bratt and Jannetje Vroman
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-4-6 below.)

1735

 4/13    B (11) Engeltje (2-7-7), parents: Abraham Mebi and Annatje Vedder
                       witnesses: Helmer Veder and Engeltje Veder

12/7     B (11) Caleb (2-10-6), parents: John Farrly and Metje Mebi
                       witnesses: Caleb bek and Engeltje Bek

12/14    B (11) Gesina (2-4-6), parents: Jacob Mebi and Cathrina Vroman
                       witnesses: Arent Bratt and Jannetje Vroman, DOB: 11/19

1736

10/24    B (11) Petrus (2-8-10), parents: Pieter van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebi and Susanna Vedder

12/25    B (11) Robert (X-3), parents: Thomas Meebi and Sara Meebi
                       witnesses: John Cadman and Sara Van Vorst

1737

10/9     B (11) Margrietje (2-10-7), parents: Jan Ferly and Metie Ferly
                       witnesses: Johannes Veder and Catharyna Meebie

10/9     B (11) Harmanus (2-3-7), parents: Pieter Meebie and Susanna Meebie
                       witnesses: Aalbert Vedder jr and Marytje Truax

1738

 3/16    M (11) Johannes V. Veder, jm, and Catharyna Moebie (2-7-1), jd.

 5/14    B (11) Allebert (2-7-8), parents: Abraham Mebie and Anathie Vedder
                       witnesses: Harme Vedder and Susanna Veeder

 5/14    B (11) Jan (2-4-7), parents: Jacob Mebie and Catharina Vroman
                       witnesses: Peter Mebie and Susanna Vedder

NOTE: Jan died before the birth of his only child (John) in 1764.

12/7     B (11) Simon (2-8-11), parents: Pieter Dan. Van Antwerpe and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Jacob Mebie & wife Catharintie Vroman

1740

 4/13    B (11) Maria (2-3-8), parents: Pieter Moebie and Susanna Moebie
                       witnesses: Caleb Beck and Elisabeth van Dyck

 8/23    B (11) Margrietje (2-7-9), parents: Abraham Mebie and Annatje Vedder
                       witnesses: Joh. Veder & wife Cathrina

12/14    B (11) Volkert (2-7-1-1), parents: Johannes Veder and Cathrina Mebie
                       witnesses: Symon Veder and Catlyntje Veder

1741

 2/7     M (11) Adam Henriks Vroman, jm, Schenectady; liv Makwaas land, and Annatje Abrahs Mebie (2-7-2), jd, Schenectady

 4/19    B (11) Cornelis (2-4-8), parents: Jacob Mebie and Catharina Vroman
                       witnesses: Simon Vroman and Yda Dellemont

11/15    B (11) Maria (2-7-2-1), parents: Adam Vroman and Anna A. Mebie
                       witnesses: Jan Barents Wempel and Margrietje Wempel

1742

 8/21    M (11) Abrah. Van Antwerpen, jm, Schenectady and Anna Pieters Mobie (2-3-1), jd, Schenectady

 9/12    B (11) Margrietje (2-8-12), parents: Pieter Van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Cornelis van Dyk and Margrietje Brat

11/14    B (11) Petrus (2-3-9), parents: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder
                       witnesses: Abrah. J. van Antwerpen and Anna P. Mebie

1743

 1/9     B (11) Johannes (2-3-1-1), parents: Abraham v. Antwerpen amd Anna P’ts Mebis
                       witnesses: Arent v. Antwerpen and Anna v. Antwerpen

 3/27    B (11) Abraham (2-7-10), parents: Abraham Mebie and Annatje Vedder
                       witnesses: Adam Henr. Vroman and Anna Mebie
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-7-11 below.)

 5/22    B (11) Maria (2-7-2-2), parents: Adam Henriks Vroman and Anna A. Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes H. Vroman and Catharina Mebie

 8/21    B (11) Jannetje (2-7-1-2), parents: Johannes Veder and Catharina Mebie
                       witnesses: Reyer Veder and Margrietje Vedder

1744

 8/26    B (11) Petrus (2-4-9), parents: Jacob Mebie and Catharina Vroman
                       witnesses: Pieter Daniels van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebie, DOB: 7/28

NOTE: Petrus died unmarried in 1771 and was the first person buried in the Mabee farm cemetery.

 8/26    B (11) Abraham (2-7-11), parents: Abraham Mebie and Anna Vedder
                       witnesses: Alexander Vedder and Margrietje vanden Bogaard

1745

 4/28    B (11) Susanna (2-3-1-2), parents: Abraham v. Antwerpen and Anna P’rs Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder

10/6     B (11) Rebecca (2-3-10), parents: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder
                       witnesses: Harmen Fisher and Catharina Brouwer

11/17    B (11) Abraham (2-7-2-3), parents: Adam Vroman and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Annatje Vedder

11/17    B (11) Abraham (2-7-1-3), parents: Johannes Volk. Veder and Catharina Mebie
                       witnesses: Arent Alb. Vedder and Eva Mebie

1746

NOTE: From the Pennsylvania Gazette, 7/10/1746: "On 28 June near the fort at Schenegtade the Indians killed John Quackenboss and Thomas Meebee (X) and carried off a Negro."

 5/4     M (11) Gerrit van Antwerp, Albany County taylor, and Eva Mabe (2-7-4), Albany County spinster

 7/31    M (11) Abraham Funda, Albany County carpenter, and Mary Maybee (2-7-3) , Albany County spinster

1747

 5/31    B (11) Daniel (2-7-4-1), parents: Gerrit van Antwerpen and Eva Mebie
                       witnesses: Wilhelmus van Antwerpen and Neeltje Dan. Van Antwerpen

12/6     B (11) Susanna (2-3-1-3), parents: Abraham van Antwerpen and Anna P’s Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder

1748

 6/5     B (11) Simon (2-7-1-4), parents: Johannes V. Veder and Catharina Mebie
                       witnesses: Henricus V. Veder and Lena Veder

 9/18    B (11) Rachel (2-7-3-1), parents: Abraham Fonda and Maria Abr. Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Fonda and Tanneke Cloet

1749

 4/8     M (11) Abraham Yates, Albany County Carpenter, and Sarah Maybee (2-3-2), Albany County spinster

10/15    B (11) Anna (2-7-4-2), parents: Gerrit van Antwerpen and Eva Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Anna Vedder

12/10    B (11) Robbert (2-3-2-1), parents: Abraham Yeats and Sara Mebie
                       witnesses: Joseph Yeats and Maria Dunbar

12/17    B (11) Johannes (2-3-1-4), parents: Abraham van Antwerpen and Anna P’rs Mebie
                       witnesses: Arent van Antwerpen and Margrietje Mebie

1750

 1/21    B (11) Anna (2-7-2-4), parents: Adam Vroman and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Barent Vroman and Volkje Wempel

11/11    B (11) Johannes (2-7-3-2), parents: Abraham Fonda and Maria Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Engeltje Mebie

12/9     B (11) Maria (2-7-1-5), parents: Johannes Veder and Catharina Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Fonda and Maria Abr. Mebie

1751

12/15    B (11) Johannes (2-3-1-5), parents: Abraham van Antwerpen and Anna P’rs Mebie
                       witnesses: Arent van Antwerpen and Margriete Mebie

1752

 3/30    M (10) Abraham Mebie (2-7), widr., of Schenectady, and Catalina Roseboom, wid.

 4/5     B (11) Petrus (2-3-2-2), parents: Abram Jeets and Sara Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Veder

 8/9     B (11) Eva (2-7-2-5), parents: Adam Vroman and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Gerrit van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebie

11/10    B (11) Annatjie (2-7-3-3), parents: Abraham Fonda and Marytjie Meby
                       witnesses: Abraham Meby and Carolintjie Schuyler

1753

 6/8     M (10) Hendrick van Dyck, y.m., and Engeltje Mebie (2-7-7), y.d., both of Schenectady

 8/12    B (11) Catalina (2-7-1-6), parents: Johannes Veder and Catarina Mebie
                       witnessses: Hendericus V. Veder and Catarina Delmont

12/26    B (11) Susanna (2-3-1-6), parents: Abram van Antwerpen and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Mebie

1754

 9/3     B (11) Abraham (2-3-2-3), parents: Abraham Jeets and Sarah Mebie
                       witnesses: Jacobus Meyndertse and Sara Meyndertse

11/2     M (11) Thomas Brouwer Bancker, jm, Schenectady, and Anna Meebie (2-4-4), jd, Schenectady

NOTE: From her tombstone in the Schenectady burial ground between Front and Green Streets, Anna died July 2, 1776 aged 43 years 8 months 28 days.

11/17    B (11) Jackemeyntje, parents: no father named, Margarita Meebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Schermerhoorn and Eva Bratt

NOTE: There is insufficient information to determine which Margarita this might be. All 3 sons of Jan Pieterse Mebie had daughters named Margarita, as did Thomas Mebie. Three of the Margaritas were married between 1757 and 1761. The fourth, Jacob’s daughter, was not included as one of his 5 children in his will which was dated 4/25/1755, indicating that she died before the will was written. The name Jackemeyntje suggests, however, that this was, in fact, Jacob’s daughter Margarita.

12/29    B (11) Henderick (2-7-2-6), parents: Adam Vrooman and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Isaac Switts and Volkje Switts

1755

NOTE: A series of Muster Rolls for Capt. William McGinnis’s Company, mustered in the town of Schenectady, between the dates of May 19th and September 30th, all include the names John and Jacobus Maybee.

NOTE: Will of Jacob Mabee (2-4), late of Schenectady, dated April 28, 1755 mentions wife Catrina, sons John (2-4-7) (eldest) Cornelius (2-4-8), Petrus (2-4-9) (youngest) and daughters Geesina Mabee (2-4-6) and Anna Banker (2-4-4).

12/13    M (11) John Mebie (2-3-3), Schenectady, and Alida Tol, Schenectady

NOTE: Alida Toll Mabee, widow of John, was buried in the Cemetery at Glen, Montgomery Co., NY on Glen-Rural Grove Road. The Tombstone data: died 8/16/1812 aged 77 years, 7 months and 13 days. John was buried on the Fifth Flat, in a cemetery that has since been lost. However, his tombstone was found and has been relocated to the Mabee Farm. John died 11/24/1796, aged 67 years, 10 months and 14 days.

1756

 1/4     B (11) Pieter (2-3-1-7), parents: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Mebie and Alida Mebie

 4/22    B (11) Eva (2-7-1-7), parents: Johannes Veder and Catarina Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Catleyntje Mebie

 7/11    B (11) Maria (2-3-2-4), parents: Abraham Yates and Sarah Mebie
                       witnesses: Joseph R. Yates and Maria Yates

10/31    B (11) Annaatje (2-4-4-1), parents: Thomas Brouwer Bancker and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Willem Bancker and Elizabeth Bancker

1757

 5/29    B (11) Susanna (2-3-3-1), parents: Jan P. Mebie and Alida Tol
                       witnesses: Arent Mebie and Margarita Mebie

 7/24    B (11) Maria (2-3-2-5), parents: Abraham Yates and Sarah Mebie
                       witnesses: Joseph Yates and Maria Yates

 8/14    B (11) Abraham (2-7-2-7), parents: Adam H. Vrooman and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Annaatje Vantwerpe

11/22    M (11) Johannes Reyerse Wimpel, Schenectady, and Margarita Mebie (2-3-6), Schenectady

NOTE: According to her tombstone in the Schenectady burial ground between Front and Green Streets, Margaret, the wife of John Wimple, died February 1, 1762, in her 27th year. Johannes R. Wimpel remarried in 1764. No children from this marriage were baptized.

12/25    B (11) Anganitje (2-3-1-8), parents: Abraham van Antwerpen and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Albert van Sleyk and Anganitje van Sleyk

1758

 5/14    M (11) Joseph Wheten, N. Jersey, and Margarita Thomasse Meby (X-1), Schenectady

12/10    B (11) Cataleyntje (2-7-1-8), parents: Johannes Veder and Catarina Mebie
                       witnesses: Folkert Vedder and Maria Vedder

1759

 1/21    B (11) Thomas (X-1-1), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margarita Mebe
                       witnesses: Johannes Mebe and Clara van Sleyk

 1/21    B (11) Margarita (2-4-4-2), parents: Thomas Brouwer Bancker and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Jan Mebie and Catarina Mebie

 3/23    B (11) Anna (2-7-7-1), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Cataleyntje Mebie

10/2    M (NYML) John Maybee (2-4-7) and Margaret Marshall

NOTE: There is confusion in the records as to Miss Marshall's given name: Margaret or Mary.

12/2     B (11) Engeltje (2-7-2-8), parents: Adam Vrooman and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: Petrus van Driessen and Engeltje van Driessen

12/16    B (11) Maria (2-3-1-9), parents: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Harmen van Antwerpe and Neeltje Van Antwerpe

1760

NOTE: From New York Militia Muster Rolls: Robert Maybey (X-3), enlistment date: 21 Apr 1760, age: 24, place of birth: Scanectady; occupation: labourer; Company: Levingston; Officer: Capt. Baine; Stature: 5-5 Complexion: dark

12/20    M (11) Albert Mebie (2-7-8), Schenectady, and Engeltje Vrooman, Schenectady

12/25    M (11) Johannes Meb (X-2), Schenectady, and Cornelia Hagedoorn, Schenectady.

1761

 1/8     M (11) Harmanus Mebie (2-3-7), Schenectady, and Susanna Wimpel, Schenectady

 2/8     B (11) Elizabeth (2-7-7-2), parents: Henderik Van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Harmanus Bratt and Margarita Mebie

 4/2     B (18) Eva (2-7-1-9), parents: Johannes Veder and Catarina Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Leendert Jr. & Anna Leendertje

 4/10    M (11) Nicholaas Stevens, Schenectady, and Margarita Mebie (2-7-9), Schenectady

 8/2     B (11) Simon (2-3-3-2), parents: John Mebi and Alida Toll
                       witnesses: Simon Toll and Hester Toll

NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-3-3-5 below.)

11/1     B (11) Elizabeth (2-4-4-3), parents: Thomas Brouwer Bancker and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Cuyler and Annaatje Bancker

11/8     B (11) Annaatje (2-7-8-1), parents: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Vrooman
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Cataleyntje Mebie

NOTE: Anna married a man named Alias Rosa. According to his pension file (RWPA #W17546), they were married in the Schenectady RDC during the summer of 1778. However, there is no record of this marriage in the transcribed records.

11/29    B (11) Catarina (X-1-2), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margaret Meb
                       witnesses: Willem Hall and Catarina Hall

12/23    B (see below) Thomas (X-3-1), parents: Robert Meby and wife, Elisabeth
                       From Christ's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Germantown, Columbia Co., NY
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See X-3-3 below)

1762

 1/31    B (11) Sarah (2-3-1-10), parents: Abraham Van Antwerpe and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Yates and Sarah Yates

 2/10    B (no record found) David (JP-1-4), parents: Joseph Mabie and Catherine Schuyler

NOTE: This record is based on David’s pension application, written in 1834 (#R-7058) in which he stated that his birth date was 2/10/1762 and that he was baptized in the Presbyterian Church at Fort Plain. The Fort Plain records for this time have not survived. Joseph had a number of children in addition to David, including 2 daughters (Margaret and Cathlein) who were married prior 1781, and a third daughter (Dorothy) who was married in 1783, a daughter (Alida) married in 1784, and a daughter Anna married before 1788. Therefore, it is estimated that David was child #4. The identification of the mother as Catherine Schuyler is based on an Oneida Claim of Pre-emption in which Jacob Schuyler referred to "his brother-in-law Joseph Mabie" as well as on the 1814 Quit Claim that identifies the children (and their spouses) of Joseph and Catherine as Schuyler heirs. This 1814 Quit Claim is critical to identifying the children of Joseph whose names appear in these records: Cathlein (married Peter H. Ehle), Margaret (married Joseph Laux), Dorothy (married Peter Marsh), and Anna (married Garret Van Slyck). A son of Joseph, named Nicholas (JP-1-8), also appears on the Quit Claim. Not on the Quit Claim, but still believe to be children of Joseph, are David (married Gertrude Freymauer), Abraham (married Maria), and Alida (married John Meyer). Abraham (JP-1-7) is known to have been born in 1770, married Maria (surname not known), had a son Simon (JP-1-7-1) and sometime after 1805 all three joined the Shakers in Berkshire County, MA.

 5/9     B (11) Abraham (2-7-2-9), parents: Adam Vrooman and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Mebie

 6/13    B (11) Abraham (2-3-2-6), parents: Abraham Yates and Sarah Mebie
                       witnesses: Robbert Yates and Maria Yates

 9/26    B (11) Arent (2-7-9-1), parents: Nicholaas Stevens and Margarita Mebie
                       witnesses: Willem Stevens and Catarina Stevens

10/3     B (11) Pieter (2-3-7-1), parents: Harmanus Mebie and Susanna Wimpel
                       witnesses: John Mebie and Alida Mebie

1763

NOTE: Muster Roll for Captain Jacob Klock’s Company, called out for an alarm in German Flats from the 24th through the 28th of July 1763 includes the names Joseph Mebie (JP-1), Jacobus Meebie (JP-3) and Bartholomew Meebie (JP-4). (All sons of Dorothy Pickert).

NOTE: A list of Freeholders of the City and County of Albany, dated 1763, includes the following names: Normans Kill: Abraham Meebe; Mohawk: John Clement, Lewes Clement, John Maybee, Peter Maybee (those 4 in succession); Schenectady: Abraham Mabie, John Mabie, John Mabb.

 2/27    B (11) Cornelius (2-7-7-3), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Cornelius van Deyk and Tanneke van Deyk

10/2     B (11) Ruben (X-1-3), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margariet Meb
                       witnesses: Richard Collens and Margariet Marchel

11/13    B (11) Johannes (2-7-8-2), parents: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Vrooman
                       witnesses: Johannes Vrooman and Engeltje van Deyk

NOTE: Probably died young. (See 2-7-8-7 below.)

12/5     M (Bible) Jacob Meebie (JP-3) and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This data is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written in the first person by him. This Bible record states that the marriage was performed by Dom. Johan Casparius Lappius, who was then serving as the minister for the Reformed German Church in Sand Hill (Canajoharie). The early baptism and marriage records for this church have not survived. Therefore, this Bible is used to document this marriage and most of Jacob’s children. This Bible record, written in German, has been mis-interpreted by some as indicating that the wife of Jacob was named "Ehle Veronica Christina Van de Edward." This is an incorrect translation. It is also worth noting that nothing has been found that would indicate that Christina’s surname was "Fetland", as some books indicate.

1764

NOTE: A map of the Van Horne Patent, showing the houses on the South side of the Mohawk River, dated 10/9/1764, shows the house of Joseph Mabie (JP-1) adjacent to that of the widow Schuyler. The Van Horne Patent extended upstream from the Montgomery County area into what is now Herkimer County. The original of the map is located at the New York State Office of General Services, Albany.

 3/4     B (11) John (2-4-7-1), parents: Jan J. Mebie, deceased, and Maria Mebie
                       witnesses: Cornelius Mebie and Annaatje Banker

 7/1     B (11) Johannes (2-7-9-2), parents: Nicholaas Stevens and Margarita Mebie
                       witnesses: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje van Deyk

 8/5     B (11) Pieter (2-3-3-3), parents: Johannes Mebie and Alida Tol
                       witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe

 9/3     B (Bible) Maria (JP-3-1), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him.

12/22    M (11) Arent Mebie (2-3-4), Schenectady, and Sarah Swart, Schenectady

1765

 1/20    B (11) Catarina (2-7-8-3), parents: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Vrooman
                       witnesses: Johannes Vrooman and Catarina Vrooman

 3/3     B (11) Margarita (2-7-7-4), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Nicholas Stevens and Elizabeth Roseboom

 3/17    B (11) Catarina (2-4-4-4), parents: Thomas Brouwer Banker and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Cornelius Mebie and Magdalena van Seyse

 8/18    B (11) Annaatje (X-1-4), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margarita Meb
                       witnesses: Stephen Dodley and Cornelia Dodley

11/17    B (11) Pieter (2-3-4-1), parents: Arent Mebie and Sarah Swart
                       witnesses: Petrus Mebie and Rebecca Mebie

12/19    B (Bible) John (JP-3-2), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. This child died young (see JP-3-9), the victim of an Indian attack during the revolution.

12/22    B (11) Debora (2-3-7-2), parents: Harmanus Mebie and Susanna Wimpel
                       witnesses: Reyer Wimpel and Debora Wimpel

12/27    B (11) Maria (2-3-2-7), parents: Abraham Yates and Sarah Mebie
                       witnesses: Jacobus Mynderse and Sarah Mynderse

1766

 5/13    B (11) John (2-4-6-1), parents: Richard Smith and Geesje Mabie
                       witnesses: T. Brouwer Banker and Annaatje Banker

11/9     B (11) Hesje (2-3-3-4), parents: Johannes Mebie and Alida Tol
                       witnesses: John Fearly and Elizabeth Faerly

1767

NOTE: A series of Muster Rolls of Schenectady Militia list the following: John Meb (X-2) (Capt. Gerrit A. Lansing’s Company); Albert Mabie (2-7-8) (Capt. John Glen Jr.’s Company, 5/7/1767); Cornelius (2-4-8) and Petres Maybee (2-4-9) (Capt. Nicholas Groot’s Company, 5/19/1767); John Mebie (2-3-3), Arent Mebie (2-3-4), Petrus Mebie (2-3-9) (Capt. Andries Truex’s Company, 4/29/1767).

 2/1     B (11) Neeltje (2-4-4-5), parents: Thomas Brouwer Banker and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Albert A. Vedder and Neeltje Banker

 3/8     B (see below) Margaretha (X-3-2), parents: Robert Meby and Elisabeth Ellen
                       witnesses: Isac Ellen; Anna Margaretha Schafer
                       St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook

 6/14    B (11) Margarita (2-3-10-1), parents: Simon van Antwerpe and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Wimp jr and Marritje Wimp

 7/11    M (11) Petrus Mebie (2-3-9), Schenectady, and Alida Peek, Schenectady

 8/23    B (11) Eva (2-7-8-4), parents: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Vrooman
                       witnesses: Henderick Booseboom and Annaatje van Antwerpe

11/15    B (11) Jacomenytje (2-7-7-5), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Jan Baptist Wendel and Elizabeth Wendel

11/19    M (11) Cornelius Mebie (2-4-8), Schenectady, and Hester Groot, Schenectady

12/20    M (11) Lowis Mebie (JP-5), Maquasland and Nancy Pouwell, Maquasland

NOTE: The term "Maquasland" meant "Mohawk territory" or "out in the frontier". Some genealogies state that Louis was a son of Abraham. Pearson does not. Lewis was a Loyalist, a Sergeant with Butler’s Rangers, who moved to Ontario in 1783 with his wife and five children. Lewis was buried in the Mc Afee Church Graveyard, "Lewis Mabee, died Oct. 12th, 1823, aged 85." Thus, he was born in 1738 or 1739. The graveyard is located on the Niagara Peninsula, Ontario. In a Loyalist petition filed on 8/30/1787, Lewis referred to his uncle, Lewis Clement. This definitely ties Lewis Mabee to the family of Joseph Clement and Anna Peek (Lewis Clement was their son). Another probable member of the JP line is Bartholomew, whose name appears in militia lists from the 1760s. Therefore, I have listed Bartholomew and Lewis as JP-4 and JP-5, respectively, although Bartholomew’s age relative to Joseph, Jacob and Achien remains unknown. Also unknown are any other daughters.

1768

NOTE: The Will of Peter Mabee (2-3) dated 3/2/1768, is referenced in other documents (see 2 deeds under 1799 below) but has never been found.

 3/6     B (11) Susanna (2-3-9-1), parents: Pieter Mebie and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe

 5/6     B (Bible) Dorothea (JP-3-3), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. Dorothy married Col. Caleb Hopkins and they are buried in the Pioneer Burying Ground in Pittsfield, NY. From their tombstone, Dorothy died 8/20/1847 and Caleb died 1/14/1818.

 5/15    B (11) Jacob (2-4-6-2), parents: Richard Smitt and Geesje Mebie
                       witnesses: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Mebie

 7/17    B (11) Catarina (2-4-8-1), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Thomas Brouwer Banker and Annaatje Banker

10/16    B (11) Elizabeth (X-1-5), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margariet Mebb

1769

 5/7     B (11) Magdalena (2-4-4-6), parents: Thomas Brouwer Banker and Annaatje Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter Mebie, jr and Magdalena Veder

 8/13    B (11) Simon (2-3-3-5), parents: Jan Mebie and Alida Toll
                       witnesses: Simon Toll and Hester Toll

10/8     B (11) Margarita (2-3-7-3), parents: Harmanus Mebie and Susanna Wimpel
                       witnesses: Arent Mebie and Sarah Mebie

10/8     B (11) Susanna (2-3-10-2), parents: Simon van Antwerpe and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe

11/22    B (10) Hanna (C-1), parents John Maby and Christine Tremper

NOTE: This John Maby is almost certainly a mistranscription of the records for John Maley of Albany. However, since the records alternate the spelling as Maley and Maby, I have included them in this file for completeness.

12/3     B (11) Abraham (2-7-7-6), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Mebie

1770

 2/25    B (11) Abraham (2-7-8-5), parents: Albert Mebie and Engeltje Vrooman
                       witnesses: Abraham Fonda and Rachel Fonda

 4/8     B (11) Willem (2-4-6-3), parents: Richard Smitt and Geesje Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham P. van Antwerpe and Margarita van Antwerpe

 4/15    B (11) Harmanus (2-3-9-2), parents: Petrus Mebie and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: Harmanus Peek and Sarah Peek
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-3-9-4 below.)

 7/15    B (11) Willempje (2-4-8-2), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Abraham Groot and Willempje Groot
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-4-8-4 below.)

11/26    B (22) Barthomaius (JP-3-4), parents: Jacob Mevi and Christina Van De Eewaerd, DOB: 11/21
                       witnesses: Barthe Bekker and Maria Catharine, DOB: 11/19 per Jacob’s Bible.

NOTE: Bartholomew married Mary Hencher and was one of the early settlers of Ohio. (see History of the Pioneer Settlement of the Phelps and Gorham’s Purchase and the Morris’ Reserve, by O. Turner.) See also the Will of William Hincher of Northampton, Genesee Co., NY, dated 11/6/1812, which mentions his daughter Polly Maybe.

1771

NOTE: Will of Petrus J. Meebie (2-4-9), late of Schenectady, dated 11/12/1771 (Jacob’s son) mentions brother Cornelius (2-4-8) and sisters Annatie Banker (2-4-4) and Gesina Smith (2-4-6).

 3/10    B (11) William (X-1-6), parents: Joseph Wheton and Margariet Meb
                       Witnesses: Johannes Hall, jr. and Catarina Hall

12/22    B (11) Johannes (2-7-7-7), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mibie
                       witnesses: Jellis Brouwer and Maria Brouwer

1772

 3/22    B (11) Petrus (2-3-10-3), parents: Simon van Antwerpe and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Dirk van Patten and Rebecca van Patten

 5/31    B (11) Jacob (2-4-8-3), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Johannes Hall and Catarina Hall

11/7     B (Bible) Liesje (JP-3-5), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. Liesje, or Elizabeth, married Orringh Stone, and they are buried in the Brighton Cemetery. From their tombstone, Elizabeth died 1/11/1814 and Orringh died 4/2/1839.

1773

 5/6     B (18) Sarah (2-3-9-3), parents: Peter Mebie and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: Harmanis Peek and Sarah Peck, DOB: 3/26

NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-3-9-6 below.)

10/3     B (18) Catiantje (2-3-7-4), parents: Harmanus Mebie and Susanna Wemp
                       witnesses: John Wemp and Maria Wemp, DOB: 9/28

NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-3-7-7 below.) Alternately, it is possible that this child was named Susannah. (See 1777 below.)

11/16    M (10) Albert Meeby (2-7-8) and Maria Hoghen, y.p. of this county.

1774

 1/23    B (12) Rachel (X-3-3), parents: Robert & Elizabeth Mabb; DOB: 12/24/1773

 3/20    B (11) Willempje (2-4-8-4), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Penehas Leath and Molly Leatch

 8/14    B (11) Jacob (2-7-8-6), parents: Albert Meebie and Maria Hogen
                       witnesses: Jacob Loek and Rachel Loek

 8/28    B (11) Johannes (2-3-10-4), parents: Simon van Antwerpe and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Mebie and Alida Mebie

 9/18    B (Bible) Severienus (JP-3-6), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. Suffernus was a pioneer settler at Buffalo and the mouth of the Cattaraugus creek. (see History of the Pioneer Settlement of the Phelps and Gorham’s Purchase and the Morris’ Reserve, by O. Turner.)

1775

 2/13    B (18) Hermanis (2-3-9-4), parents: Petrus Meebe and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: Johannes Peek and Eva Peek, DOB: 2/3

 2/26    B (11) Maria (X-1-7), parents: Josep Wethon and Margaret Meb
                       witnesses: Thomas Beth and Maria Beth

 5/18    Joseph Mayby (JP-1) was one of the men of Tryon County who signed a document supporting the Continental Congress on this date.

 5/21    B (11) Josias (2-3-4-2), parents: Arent Mebie and Sarah Swart
                       witnesses: Andreas de Graaf and Eva de Graaf

 6/25    B (11) Eva (2-7-7-8), parents: Henderick van Deyk and Engeltje Mebie
                       witnesses: Ahasweros Wendel and Annaatje van Deyk

 8/12    Joseph Meby (JP-1) appeared before the Committees of the Palatine and Conajohary Districts (Tryon County), meeting at the house of William Seeber, having been accused of engaging and stirring up Indians to rescue Capt. John Petry, who was being sent as a prisoner to Albany. Joseph acknowledged his actions to have been wrong, and his plea for clemency was accepted by the Committee, and the case was discharged.

 9/7    Joseph Meby (JP-1) voted for Ant. Van Fechten for Sherrif of Tryon County. Harmanus Meby (2-3-7) voted for Johannes Frey for the same position. It appears that Frey won the election.

10/25    M (NYML) Peter Conine and Susannah Mabie (2-3-3-1)

1776

 1/28    B (11) Thomas (X-3-4), parents: Robert Meb and Elizabeth Ellen
                       witnesses: Johannes Meb and Cornelia Meb

 2/4     B (11) Johannes (2-7-8-7), parents: Albert Mebie and Maria Hogan
                       witnesses: Hendrick van Deyk and Engeltje van Deyk

 3/3     B (11) Margarita (2-4-8-5), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Daniel Toll Cloet and Annaatje Cloet

1777

 1/5     B (11) Abraham (2-3-10-5), parents: Simon van Antwerpen and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpe and Engeltje van Antwerpen

 1/8     B (Bible) Anna (JP-3-7), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him.

 3/2     B (18) Peter (2-3-9-5), parents: Petrus Mebie and Alida Peck
                       witnesses: John Mebie and Alida Mebie, DOB: 2/22

NOTE: Peter’s tombstone (Auriesville Cemetery, Glen, Montgomery Co.) states that he died 7/31/1829, in his 53rd year.

 6/4     B (no record found) Susannah (2-3-7-5), parents: Harmanus Mabee and Susanna Wimpel

NOTE: The will of Harmanus (2-3-7) (see 1800) clearly states that he had a daughter named Susannah, but no record of a baptism has been found. This is an approximation of Susanna’s birth date, given later data.

 8/3     B (11) Engeltje (2-7-8-8), parents: Albert Mebie and Maria Hoogin
                       witnesses: Johannes Cloet and Geesje Cloet

12/23    B (18) Peter (2-3-3-1-1), parents: Petrus Conyne and Susanna Mabee
                       witnesses: Johannis Conyne & Rebecca Conyne

1778

 1/4     B (11) Abraham (2-4-8-6), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Arent Peek and Rebecca Peek

 6/28    B (11) Susanna (2-3-4-3), parents: Arent Mebie and Sarah Swart
                       witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe

 7/12    B (11) Rachel (X-3-5), parents: Robert Meb and Elizabeth Allyn
                       witnesses: William James and Rachel James

 8/30    B (11) Annaatje (2-3-10-6), parents: Simon van Antwerp and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: Claas Barheyt and Susanna Barheyt

11/8     B (18) Ryer (2-3-7-6), parents: Harmanus Mabee and Susanna Wemple
                       witnesses: John Wemple and Maria Wemple, DOB: 10/28

NOTE: In the 1820 census, Ryer was enumerated as Uriah Mabee.

1779

 8/10    B (16) Alita (JP-3-8), parents: Cobus Mavi and Christina
                       witnesses: Georg Hergheimer Esqr. and Alita, DOB: 7/25

 9/26    B (11) Sarah (2-3-9-6), parents: Pieter Mebie and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: Walter Switts and Sarah Switt

NOTE: Records from St. George’s Church give child’s name as Maria. This is apparently in error, based on Peter’s will and the birth, after his death, of a daughter Maria.

10/10    B (11) Rachel (2-7-8-9), parents: Albert Mebie and Maria Hogan
                       witnesses: Jacob Louk and Alida Louk
                       NOTE: Must have died young. (See 2-7-8-10 below.)

12/31    Tax List for the Schenectady District includes the following names as land owners as of 10/23/1779:
             Arent Mabie (2-3-4), John Mabie (2-3-3), Cornelius Mabie (2-4-8),
             Albert Mabie (2-7-8), Petrus Mabie (2-3-9) and Robert Mabie (X-3).

1780

 2/20    B (11) Annaatje (2-4-8-7), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witness: Margarita Banker

10/15    B (11) Alida (2-3-3-1-2), parents: Petrus Coneyn and Susanna Mebie
                       witnesses: Johannes Mebie and Alida Mebie

10/29    M (10) Jacobus Peek and Catharina Meeby (2-7-8-3)

1781

NOTE: Will of Petrus Mebie (2-3-9), of the town of Caughnewaga, Tryon County, and residing in Schenectady, dated 12/28/1781, proved 7/17/1787(in Albany), mentions wife Alida, sons Harmanus (eldest) and Peter, daughters Susanna and Sarah, brother John and brother-in-law John H. Peek (executors). Petrus also mentioned the fact that his wife was pregnant at the time the will was written, and made alternate provisions if the unborn child was a male or a female.

 2/18    B (11) Sarah (2-7-8-3-1), parents: Jacobus Vedder Peek and Catarina Mebie
                       witnesses: Jesse Peek and Sarah Peek

 8/5     B (16) Johann Georg (JP-1-1-1), parents: Jost Laux and Margretha Mebie, DOB: 6/16

NOTE: Tombstone in Fluvanna Cemetery, Ellicot, Chautauqua Co., NY lists Joseph Loucks, died 4/20/1825, age 71, and Margaret Loucks, died 3/10/1839, age 80.

 8/26    B (11) Neeltje (2-3-10-7), parents: Simon van Antwerpe and Rebecca Mebie
                       witnesses: John van Antwerpe and Anganietje van Antwerpe

 9/3     B (16) Alita (JP-1-2-1), parents: Pieter Oel and Cathlein
                       witnesses: Nicholas Schyler and Alita Mavis, DOB: 8/12

11/7     B (11) Rachel (2-7-8-10), parents: Albert Mebie and Maria Hogen
                       witnesses: Jacob Louk and Catarina Wite

12/18    B (Bible) John (JP-3-9), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. John and his younger brother James were pioneer settlers of Royalton, Niagara County. (see History of the Pioneer Settlement of the Phelps and Gorham’s Purchase and the Morris’ Reserve, by O. Turner.)
  
NOTE: John died on 9/1/1849 and is buried in the Mabee Cemetery, Gasport, Niagara Co., NY. See the will of his wife Polly in 1875.

1782

 4/?     B (11) Maria (2-3-9-7), parents: Petrus Mebie, deceased, and Alida Peek
                       witnesses: John Mebie Jr. and Maria Mebie

 5/9     B (11) Hester (2-4-8-8), parents: Cornelius Mebie and Hester Groot
                       witnesses: Simon Groot and Elizabeth Banke

NOTE: Hester’s tombstone (Florida, Montgomery Co.) states that she was born on 4/7/1782 and that she died 6/19/1862.

10/13    B (16) Catharina (JP-1-2-2), parents: Pieter Oel and Catharina
                       witnesses: Wilhelm Oel and Catharina, DOB: 10/11

1783

 1/19    B (16) Catharina (JP-1-1-2), parents: Joh. Jost Laux and Margretha Mebie
                       witnesses: David Mavis and Elizabeth Laux, DOB: 12/6/1782

 2/15    B (18) Catalyntje (2-3-7-7), parents Harmanus Mabee and Susanna Wemple
                       witnesses: Myndert R. Wemple and Alida Wemple, DOB: 1/29

 8/1     B (18) Peter (2-3-3-1-3), parents: Petrus Conyn and Susanna Mebee
                       witnesses: Abram Conyne & Alida Zeely, DOB: 7/6

10/13    B (11) Sara (X-3-6), parents: Robert Meb and Elizabeth Ellen
                       witnesses: Rueben Wheaton and Matthan Wheaton

11/25    M (16) Peter Marsh and Dorothy Mavi (JP-1-3)

NOTE: From Rev. War Pension file, Peter died 3/11/1821 and Dorothy died 2/14/1846, leaving children Nicholas Marsh of Manlius, NY, Catherine Kilts of Lenox, NY and Hannah Helmer of Hartford, Washington Co., WI. Apparently, Peter's real name was John Thomas Trantum, and he deserted from the British Army and enlisted in the Rev. Army under the name Peter Marsh. He had been married previously to Happy Wilbur and had one child, John Thomas Trantum by that marriage.

11/30    NOTE: Census of Butler’s Rangers at Niagara, Ontario, lists: Sgt. Lewis Mabee (JP-5), age 44, his wife, age 43, and children John (age 14), Elisabeth (age 12), Dorothy (age 10), Catherine (age 8) and Mary (age 6).

1784

 3/9     M (16) John Meyer and Alida Mavi (JP-1-5)

 5/1     B (16) Catharina (JP-3-10), parents: Cobus Mavis and Christina
                       witnesses: Joseph Mavis and Catharina, DOB: 4/27

NOTE: From Jacob’s Bible, birth was 4/8/1783. Catharine married Samuel Spafford on 1/7/1802 at Northfield. They eventually moved to Perrysburg, Wood County, Ohio. Catharine died 9/14/1854 and Samuel died 12/24/ 1831, both at Perrysburg.

 6/1     B (16) Hermanes (JP-1-2-3), parents: Pieter Oel and Cathlein
                       witnesses: Hermanes Oel and Anna Mavy, DOB: 5/20

 6/20    B (16) Anna Maria (JP-1-3-1), parents: Pieter Mash and Dorothea Mabee
                       witnesses: John Jost Laux and Margreth, DOB: 6/18

 7/18    B (11) Abraham (2-3-10-8), parents, Simon van Antwerpen and Rebecca Mebe
                       witnesses: Peter van Antwerpen and Folkie van Antwerpen

 9/12    B (16) Johann Jost (JP-1-1-3), parents: Jost Laux and Margreth Mebie
                       witnesses: Joseph Mabee & Catharina, DOB: 9/10

10/3     B (16) David (JP-1-5-1), parents: Johannes Mejer and Alita Mabee
                       witnesses: David Mejer & Catharina Rosencranz, DOB: 9/28

12/5     B (16) Nicolas (JP-3-1-1), parents: Georg Hausse and Maria Mabee
                       witnesses: Nicolas Hauss & Dally Mabee, DOB: 12/3

12/26    B (11) Gezyna (2-4-8-9), parents: Cornelius Mabie and Esther Groot
                       witnesses: John Mabie and Catharina Banker

1785

 1/9     M (11) John Mabb, b. Livingston Manor, and Seneth Cromwell, b. Horseneck, CT

NOTE: From Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts: John Mabb, NY Line, married to Seneth Cromwel on 1/9/1785 at Schenectady. Living in Livingstone Manor during war. Wife from Horseneck, CT. Application by widow on 2/11/1840, aged 72. In 1790, lived in Schaghticoke, then moved to Pittstown, NY where he died 1/15/1826. In 1856, widow was aged 90. Also from the same source, Thomas Mab, NY Line, appl. 10/7/1834, Schoharie County, NY, aged 73, soldier lived at Clifton Park in Saratoga County during the war. The birth years of both men suggest that they were sons of John Mabb (X-2) and Cornelia Hagedoorn.

 2/1     B (Bible) James (JP-3-11), parents: Jacob Meebie and Christiana van de Eerwaerde

NOTE: This birth is taken from Jacob’s family Bible, apparently written by him. The baptism of James was held in 1787. Interestingly, the birth date shown on James' tombstone is Feb. 1, 1787. James and his younger brother John were pioneer settlers of Royalton, Niagara County. (see History of the Pioneer Settlement of the Phelps and Gorham’s Purchase and the Morris’ Reserve, by O. Turner.) In 1826, James moved on to Michigan. The Will of Samuel Sherman of Manlius, Onondaga County, dated 11/15/1834 and proved 2/25/1835, names Bersheba Mabie, wife of James Mabie of Michigan as Sherman's 4th daughter. In 1836, James and Bathsheba Mabee (and others) sold land in Manlius to her brother, Jefferson T. Sherman. No other members of the Mabee family were in Michigan as early as this time. James is buried in the Old Litchfield Cemetery in Litchfield, Hillsdale County, Michigan. James and Bathsheba had the following children, all of whom are identified in James' Will: Harvey W. Mabee; Samuel S. Mabee; Henry F. Mabee; William Harrison Mabee; and George Washington Mabee.

 4/?     M (18) Peter Van Alstine and Alida Mabe

NOTE: this is Alida Peek Mabee, the widow of Petrus (2-3-9)

 ?/?     M (18) John Van Yveren and Eva Mabe (2-7-8-4)

NOTE: No date in record

1786

 2/19    B (18) Rebecca (2-3-3-1-4), parents: Peter Conyn and Susanna Mabee
                       witnesses: Johannis Conyn & Lena Conyn, DOB: 1/10

NOTE: From tombstone in a graveyard 2 ½ miles east of Fonda, Rebecca died 8/6/1801, aged 15 years, 6 months, 25 days. Her parents are also buried there. Peter died 5/6/1832, aged 79 years, 1 month 29 days and Susanna died 4/12/1828, aged 70 years, 10 months and 14 days.

 2/19    B (18) Hester (2-3-3-1-5), parents: Peter Conyn and Susanna Mabee
                       witnesses: Peter J. Mabee & Hester Mabee, DOB: 1/10

 4/30    B (16) Daniel (JP-1-5-2), parents: Johannes Mejer and Alita Mabee
                       witnesses: Phillip Harder & Anna, DOB: 4/22

10/15    B (16) Henrich (JP-1-1-4), parents: Johann Jost Laux and Maria
                       witnesses: Henrich Wohleben and Margreth, DOB: 10/6

12/26    B (16) John (JP-1-3-2), parents: Pieter Masch and Dorothea Mabee
                       Johannes Hergheimer and Catalina Mabee, DOB: 11/13

1787

 1/2     B (16) Christina (JP-3-1-2), parents: Georg Hauss and Maria Mabee
                       witnesses: Cobus Mabee and Christina, DOB: 12/31/1786

 1/29    B (18) Harmanus (2-7-8-3-2), parents: Cobus Peek and Catrina Meebie
                       witnesses: Harmanus Meebie and Susanna , DOB: 11/9/1786

 2/12    B (16) Jacobus (JP-3-11), parents: Cobus Mabee and Catharina
                       witnesses: Jacob Schuyler and Delia, DOB: 2/1

NOTE: This baptism is for James (JP-3-11) born on 2/1/1787 (per his tombstone) or on 2/1/1785 (as recorded in his father Jacob's family Bible).

 4/30    B (18) Martinus (2-7-8-11), parents: Albert Mabe and Annatje Meyers
                       witnesses: Volkert Veeder and Elizabeth Veeder (7 weeks old at baptism)

NOTE: The mother’s name in this record is a problem. It appears that Albert was still married to Maria Hogen at this time. It is possibly a mis-transcription or ?

 5/24    B (11) Sarah (2-3-10-9), parents: Simon van Antwerpen and Rebekka Mabe, DOB: 4/7

 8/26    B (11) Rebecka (2-4-8-10), parents: Cornelius Mabe and Esther Groot
                       witnesses: Arent Peek and Rebecka Groot, DOB: 7/27

1788

NOTE: The 1788 Tax List for Montgomery County includes the following:
              Mohawk District: Harmanus Mabie (2-3-7); Canajoharie District:
              Albert Mabie (2-7-8), Jacobus Mabie (JP-3), Joseph Mabie (JP-1).

 1/14    B (16) Johann Jost (JP-1-2-4), parents: Pieter Oel and Catharina
                       witnesses: Joh. Jost G. Hergheimer and Maria Elisabeth Schuyler, DOB: 1/5

 5/25    B (10) Caty (C-1-1), parents John C. Cuyler and Hanna Mayby
                       witnesses John Mayby and Caty Trimper

 8/10    B (21) Elisabeth (JP-1-6-1), parents: Garret Van Schleyk and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: David P. Schuyler and Elisabeth Mebie

 8/10    B (21) Stephen (JP-1-3-3), parents: Peter Mersch and Dorothea Mebie
                       witnesses: Abraham Mebie (JP-1-7) and Rachel Fetterli

12/14    B (21) Conrad (JP-3-1-3), parents: Georg Hauss and Maria Mebie
                       witnesses: Bartholomeus Mebie and Margaretha Freymaurer

1789

NOTE: Will of Cornelius Mabie (2-4-8), late of Schenectady, undated (died in 1789) mentions wife Hester, sons Jacob (2-4-8-3) (eldest), Abraham (2-4-8-6) and daughters Catharine (2-4-8-1), Willempie (2-4-8-4), Margerat (2-4-8-5), Annatie (2-4-8-7), Hessy (2-4-8-8), Gashie (2-4-8-9) and Rebecca (2-4-8-10). Cornelius was burried in the Mabee farm cemetery.

NOTE: Will of John Mabie (2-3-3), of Schenectady, dated 7/8/1789, proved 2/14/1810 (John died in 1796) mentions wife (Alida) and "my four children" Peter (2-3-3-3) (eldest son), Simon (2-3-3-5), Susanna (2-3-3-1) and Hessy (2-3-3-4) (unmarried when will was written).

 2/1     B (21) Peter (JP-1-1-5), parents: Johann Jost Louks and Matgaretha Mebie
                       witnesses: Peter Louks and Margaretha Louks

 3/12    M (11) Nicholas Van Patten, Schenectady, and Catharina Mabie (2-4-8-1), Schenectady

 ?/?     M (18) Abraham Mabee (2-7-8-5) and Anna Van Alstine

NOTE: No date in record

 4/10    B (21) Catharina (JP-1-4-1), parents: David Mabie and Gertrud Freymaurer
                       witnesses: Joseph Mabai and Catharina Mabie

11/8     B (no record located) John (2-7-8-5-1), parents: Abraham Mabee and Anna Van Alstine

NOTE: Birthdate from tombstone listing

1790

 1/10    B (21) Dorothea (JP-1-2-5), parents: Peter Khle, von canaj: Caste, Gadlein Khle
                       Witnesses: Dally Mebie, Anthonia Rhle

 1/24    B (21) Alida (JP-1-5-3), parents: John Meyer, from Canajoharie and Alida Mebie
                       witnesses: Urias Reist, Alida Herchimer

 3/15    B (11) Albert (2-7-8-3-3), parents: Jacobus H.Peek and Catharina Mabie
                       witnesses: Albert Mabie and Maria van Hozen, DOB: 1/15

 5/2     B (21) Philipp (JP-1-3-4), parents: Peter Moesch and Dorothea Mebie
                       Witnesses: Philipp Scheffer and Maria Mebie

 6/6     B (21) Johann Jost (JP-1-6-2), parents: Garret Von Sleyk and Anna Mebie
                       witnesses: David Freymaurer and Gladlyn Mebie

12/19    B (11) Johannes (2-4-8-1-1), parents: Nicholas Johs. Van Petten and Catharina Mabie
                       witnesses: Johannes van Petten and Sarah van Petten, DOB: 11/13

12/26    B (18) Neeltje (2-3-3-4-1), parents: Hendrick Fonda and Hester Mabee, DOB: 10/30

1791

NOTE: In a deed dated 5/4/1791, Abraham Mabie (2-7-8-5) of Canajohary and Simon Veeder of Caughnawaga, both of Montgomery Co., leased from John Peter Reversham 146 acres of land consisting of lots 25 & 26 of the Van Horne Patent for a period of 21 years in exchange for 25 bushels of wheat due on the first of March in every year, with the first payment due 3/1/1795. [Montgomery Co. Deeds, Book 5, p. 214, recorded 3/14/1796]

 ?/?     M (18) Martin Schuyler and Deborah Mabee (2-3-7-2)

NOTE: No date in record

 1/16    B (16) James (JP-1-3-5), parents: Pieter Nasch and Dorothea Mabee
                       witnesses: James Yuel & Margretha, DOB: 1/13

 2/6     B (18) Deborah (2-3-3-1-6), parents: Petrus Conyne and Susana Meebie
                       witnesses: Hendrick B. Vrooman and wife, DOB: 1/6

 3/27    B (21) Gertrud (JP-1-1-6), parents: Jost Louks, von Royal Grant Margretha Louks
                       witnesses: Heinrich Louks, Gertrud Louks, DOB: 12/8/1790

 8/21    B (21) David (JP-1-2-6), parents: Peter Ehle, Canajoharrie Gadlyn Ehle
                       witnesses: Peter Deygert, Catharina Herchimer:

 8/28    B (21) Cornelius (2-7-8-5-2), parents: Abraham Mabee (Canajoharie) and Angelique
                       witnesses: Cornelius van Alstyne and Catharina van Alstyne

 9/18    B (18) Mareitje (2-3-9-1-1), parents: Johanis Colyer and Susana Mabie
                       witnesses: Jacob Colyer & wife Mareitje, DOB: 8/20

10/2     B (18) Eva (2-3-7-2-1), parents: Martin B. Schuyler and Deborah Mabie
                       witnesses: Abraham Schuyler & wife Eva, DOB: 9/11

11/3     M (11) John Mabie, Jr. (2-4-7-1), Schenectady and Lena Palmatier, Schenectady

12/11    B (16) Elisabeth (JP-1-5-4), parents: Johannes Mejer and Alita Mabee
                       witnesses: Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) and Elisabeth Zimmerman, DOB: 11/20

1792

 2/8     B (11) Aarent (2-4-7-1-1), parents: John Mabie and Lena Palmatier, DOB: 1/15

 2/12    B (21) Margretha (JP-1-4-3), parents: David Mabee and Gertrud Freymaurer
                       witnesses: Joh. Jost Louks and Margretha Louks

NOTE: Margaret married John Miller.

 2/26    B (21) Margretha (2-7-8-12), parents: Albert Mabee and Maria Mabee
                       witnesses: John van Driesen and Margretha van Driesen

 2/26    B (21) Elisabeth (JP-1-3-6), parents: Peter Mersch and Doretha Mebie
                       witnesses: Georg Schmid and Elisabeth Eker

 5/2     M (?) Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5) and Gazena Visscher

NOTE: Date is from a Visscher Genealogy, no record found. Gazena is buried in the Visscher Family Burying Ground in Fonda, with her date of death listed as 11/13/1806 at age 35-3-29.

 5/28    B (21) Eva (JP-1-6-3), parents: Garret Van Sleyk, no mother listed

 8/26    B (11) Johannes (2-7-8-3-3), parents: Jacobus V. Peek and Catharina Maby
                       witnesses: Johannes Peek and Eva Yates, DOB: 8/5

10/14    B (21) Barnt (JP-1-2-7), parents: Peter M. Ehle, Canajoharrie and Gadlyn Ehle
                       witnesses: David Hess and his wife, DOB: 9/17

1793

NOTE: Bond on estate of James Maybee (JP-3) of Ontario Co., NY made by Christian Maybee on 24 October 1793 [OntCW Unrec Adm].

NOTE: A letter addressed to Souverenus Mabee (JP-3-6) was left at the Bennington, VT, post office. From the Vermont Gazette of 10/1/1793.

NOTE: On 4/10/1793, Joseph Mabee (JP-1) of Montgomery County, NY, sold to Peter P. Bellinger land on the South side of the Mohawk River which had been granted by the State of New York to Joseph Mabee by Letters Patent dated 12/9/1785. [Montgomery Co. Deeds, Book 5, p. 451, recorded 4/20/1797]

 1/19    M (11) Jacob Mabie (2-4-8-3), Schenectady, and Eva Van Petten, Schenectady

 1/19    M (11) John Bradt, Schenectady, and Willempie Mabie (2-4-8-4), Schenectady

 1/20    B (21) Anna (JP-3-1-4), parents: Georg Haus, Canajoharrie, and Maria Haus
                       witnesses: David Hess and his wife

 2/3     M (11) Nicholas Bradt, Woestyne, and Margarieta Mabie (2-4-8-5), Woestyne

 2/27    B (18) Alida (2-3-3-4-2), parents: Henry A. Fonda and Hester Maby
                       witnesses: John Maby & wife, DOB: 2/22

 5/20    B (21) Maria (JP-1-4-4), parents: David Mabee and Gertrud Freymaurer
                       witnesses: Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) and Maria Mabee, DOB: 3/3

 7/7     B (11) Esther (2-4-8-1-2), parents: Nicholas Jno. Van Petten and Catharina Mabie
                       witness: Esther Groot Mabie, DOB: 5/12

 7/7     B (11) Abram (2-4-8-4-1), parents: Johannes A. Bradt and Willempje Mabie
                       witnesses: Abram Bradt and Catharina Bradt, DOB: 6/9
                       NOTE: Must have died young (see 2-4-8-4-3 below)

 7/12    B (18) John (2-3-3-5-1), parents: Simon Mabee and Gezina Fisher
                       witnesses: John Mabee & Alida Mabee, DOB: 6/29

 8/11    B (21) David (JP-1-1-7), parents: Joh. Jost Louks, Palatine, and Margretha Louks
                       witnesses: Jacob Louks and Maria Mabee

 9/22    B (11) Abram (2-4-8-5-1), parents: Nicholas Ab’m Bradt and Margarieta Mabie
                       witnesses: Aarent Ab’m Bradt and Jannetje van Schaik, DOB: 8/21

 9/22    B (18) Ariaantje (2-3-3-1-7), parents: Peter Conyne and Susanna Mabee, DOB: 8/23

10/6     B (21) Albert (2-7-8-5-3), parents: Abraham Mabee (of Canajoharie) and Anna
                       witnesses: Albert van Driesen and Maria van Driesen

1794

 1/4     B (11) Alida (2-3-9-1-2), parents: Johannes Coljer and Susanna Mabie
                       witnesses: Peter van Aalstyn and Alida Peek, DOB: 10/17/1793

 1/6     B (18) Peter (2-3-7-3-1), parents: Ezechiel Gordon and Margariet Maby
                       witnesses: Peter Maby & Susanna Maby, DOB: 11/30/1793

 1/19    B (21) Catharina (JP-1-5-5), parents: Johannes Mayer, Canajoharrie, and Alida Mayer
                       witnesses: Georg Rosenkranz and Anna Rosenkranz

 3/2     B (21) Catharina (JP-1-3-7), parents: Peter Marsh and Dorothea Mosch
                       witnesses: Niclaus Sternberger & Catharina Sternberger

 6/8     B (11) Cornelius (2-4-8-3-1), parents: Jacob C. Mabie and Eva van Petten, DOB: 5/10

 9/28    B (16) Anna (JP-1-6-4), parents: Gerrit Van Sleyk and Anna Mabee
                       witnesses: ( ) Van Slyck and Anna Wohleben

1795

NOTE: By a deed dated 3/2/1795, David Maybee (JP-1-4) of the Town of Otsego, sold 50 acres of land at the Northeast corner of Schuyler's Purchase, at Lake Canayderaga to Amasa Ransom. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book M, p. 523, recorded 4/6/1811]

NOTE: As of 12/1/1795, Joseph Mabee (JP-1), Jacob Schuyler, Peter Marsh, Gerrit Van Slyck, David Schuyler Jun., Hezekiah Olcott and Jacob Rice were residing on a tract of land within the Onida Reservation "commonly call The Chedenango/ (alias Chittelingo/ ) above the main bridge, both sides of the creek." Under the agreement with the Onida Chiefs and Sachems, each leased 100 acres. According to the testimont of Peter Marsh and Gerrit Van Slyck, Joseph Mabee was actually a resident of the tract of land "on the first of July 1794." [Abstract to Claims of Pre-emption on the Onida Reservation, LDS Film 946422]

 1/11    B (11) Isaac (2-4-7-1-2), parents: John Mabie Jr. and Lena Palmatier, DOB: 10/18/1794

 1/21    M (24) Jan Burhans, of Bethlehem, and Engeltje Myby (2-7-8-8), of Jerico

 3/2     B (18) Maria (2-3-3-4-3), parents: Hendrick Fonda and Hester Maby, DOB: 3/2

 ?/?     B (18) Gezena (2-3-3-5-2), parents: Simon Maby and Gezena Visscher
                       witnesses: Frederick Visscher & Gezena DeGraff, DOB: 3/17

NOTE: Died young. (See 2-3-3-5-5 below.) Gazena is buried in the Visscher Family Buring Ground, Fonda, with her date of death listed as 1/5/1797, age 0-21-19

1796

NOTE: Tombstone of John Mabee (2-3-3), now relocated to the Mabee Farm in Schenectady, gives his date of death as 11/24/1796.

NOTE: By a deed dated 4/28/1796, David Maybee (JP-1-4) of the Town of Otsego purchased 75 acres described as being part of Lot #2 of the McNeil Patent bounded Westerly by Lake Canayderaga and Southerly by Lot #3. It was noted that David Maybee was to have ¾ of the Northerly side of Lot #2. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book C, p. 122, recorded 8/16/1800.]

NOTE: By a deed dated 11/29/1796, Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) of the Town of Otsego sold 50 acres described as being part of Lot #3 of the McNeil Patent, bounded Westerly and Southerly by Lake Canayderaga and Northerly by Lot #2. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book B, p. 172, recorded 12/28/1796]

NOTE: By a deed dated 12/6/1796, Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) of the Town of Otsego sold 10 acres described as being the Northwest Corner of Lot #2 of the McNeil Patent. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book B, p. 173, recorded 12/28/1796]

 1/24    B (11) Simon (2-4-8-1-3), parents: Nicholas J. van Petten and Catharina Mabie
                       witness: Simon van Petten, DOB: 8/20/1795

 2/21    B (11) Abram Mabie (2-7-8-3-3), parents: Jacobus V. Peek and Catharina Mabie
                       witnesses: Abram Mabie and Anna van Aalstyn, DOB: 9/10/1795

 ?/?     B (18) James (2-3-7-3-2), parents: Ezekiel Gorden and Margruit Mabee, DOB: 4/6

 5/18    B (no church record) David (2-7-8-5-4), parents: Abraham Mabee and Anna Van Alstyne

NOTE: birthdate from the family's Bible and verified by tombstone inscription d. 2/10/1856 age 59y-9m (see 1837 below)

 ?/?     B (18) Lenah (2-3-9-1-3), parents: John Colyer and Zuzannah Mabee
                       witnesses: Nicholas Quackenbush & Lenah Colyer, DOB: 6/17

 7/30    B (11) Cornelius (2-4-8-4-2), parents: John A. Bradt and Willempje Mabie, DOB: 7/2

10/9     B (11) Jannetje (2-4-8-3-2), parents: Jacob Mabie and Eva van Petten, DOB: 9/4

11/28    B (10) John Maybe (C-1-2), parents John C. Cuyler and Hannah Mayby
                       witnesses: John and Catharine Mayby

1797

NOTE: By a deed dated 4/21/1797, Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) of the Town of Warren, Herkimer County, sold 10 acres described as being part of Lot #2 of the McNeil Patent. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book B, p. 213, recorded 5/9/1797]

 4/1     B (18) Simon (2-3-3-1-8), parents: Peter Conine and Zuzannah Mabee
                       witnesses: Simon Mabee & Gezene Fisher, DOB: 4/1

 5/16    B (25) Temperance Loveredge (2-7-8-8-1), parents: John H. Burhanse and Angelica Maebie
                       witnesses: Henry Burhans and Temperance Dumond, DOB: 4/17

 6/14    M (18) Amos Jones and Zuzannah Mabee (2-3-7-5)

 ?/?     B (18) Frederick Fisher (2-3-3-5-3), parents: Simon Mabee and Gezene Fisher
                       witnesses: Frederick Fisher & Gazene DeGraf, DOB: 6/22

 ?/?     B (18) John (2-3-3-4-4), parents: Henry Fonda and Hester Mabee, DOB: 8/6

 9/3     B (11) Maria (2-4-7-1-3), parents: John Mabie and Lena Palmatier, DOB: 7/5

1798

NOTE: By a deed dated 6/30/1798, David Maybee (JP-1-4) of the Town of Otsego sold 10 acres described as being part of the McNeil Patent bounded in part by Lake Canaydarago. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book C, p. 33, recorded 6/7/1800]

 ?/?     B (18) Zuzannah (2-3-7-2-2), parents: Martin Schyler and Deborah Mabee
                       witnesses: Amos Jones & Zannah Jones, DOB: 4/21

 4/28    M (11) John Walton, Schenectady, and Susan Mabie (2-3-4-3), Schenectady

 ?/?     B (18) Esther (2-3-7-5-1), parents: Amos Jones and Zuzannah Mabee
                       witnesses: Martin B. Schuyler & Deborah Mabee, DOB: 8/11

11/15    B (no record located) Angelina (2-7-8-5-5), parents: Abraham Mabee and Anna Van Alstyne

NOTE: Birthdate from tombstone, Angelina Scouton, wife of David, d. 12/13/1838, age 40y-28d

11/29    From the Otsego Herald of this date, the County sheriff was to seize property and goods belonging to Abraham I. Mabey (JP-1-7), residing in the Town of Otsego, near Schuyler's Lake and sell them on the following December 15th. This notice was critical to the identification of Abraham as a son of Joseph Mabee (JP-1).

12/25    B (25) Maria (2-7-8-8-2), parents: John H. Burhans and Engeltie Maybee, DOB: ?/7

1799

NOTE: On 1/15/1799 (Albany County Deeds, book 17, page 312) Alida Mabee, widow & relict of John Mabee (2-3-3), deceased, of the Township of Schenectady, Peter Mabee (2-3-3-3), of the same place practitioner of Physic, and Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5) of the Town of Charlestown, Montgomery County and Gasena, his wife, sold the land originally purchased by Peter Mabee (2-3) from Claas Van Der Volgen on 11/5/1750 to David Lawyer of the Town of Schoharie, Schoharie County, NY. Mentioned is the Will of Peter Mabee (2-3) deceased dated 3/2/1768, through which John had inherited this land. Excepted from this sale was a small plot "twenty feet square where John Mabee is Interred." During the 1960s, a road crew accidently uncovered the long lost tombstone of John while widening a road. The tombstone was taken off and eventually donated to the Schenectady County Historical Society, and it now sits in the graveyard on the Mabee farm.

NOTE: On 10/30/1799 [Montgomery County Deeds, Book 7, pp. 132, 133] Harmanous P. Mabee (2-3-9-4) of the Town of Charlestown, Montgomery Co., sold [quit claimed] to his brother Peter P. Mabee (2-3-9-5) of the same town, a portion (100 acres) of the land originally granted to their grandfather Peter Mabee (2-3) under a Patent dated 4/5/1726. This deed mentions the Will of Peter Mabee (2-3), dated 3/2/1768, and the Will of Petrus Mabee (2-3-9), their father, dated 12/28/1781. The 100 acres was the land granted to Petrus (2-3-9) under the Will of Peter (2-3). This Deed was for the "southwesterly part, or westerly end" of the patent. A second deed dated 1/2/1800 transferred in identical fashion another 100 acres "being the easterly part of said patent." All of this land was in the Town of Charlestown.

 1/5     B (11) Neeltje (2-4-8-1-4), parents: Nicholas J. van Petten and Catharina Mabie, DOB: 7/27/1798

 1/27    B (10) Augustus (C-1-3), parents John C. Cuyler and Hannah Maley

 ?/?     B (18) Jacob (2-3-9-1-4), parents: John Collyer and Zuzzanah Mabee
                       witnesses: Jacob Collyer & Maryte Collyer, DOB: 3/8

10/27    B (11) Hester (2-4-8-3-3), parents: Jacob Mabie and Evah van Petten, DOB: 9/11

 ?/?     B (18) Adam (2-3-3-4-5), parents: Henry Fonda and Hester Mabee, DOB: 11/6

 ?/?     B (18) Peter (2-3-3-5-4), parents: Simon Mabee and Gesene Visscher, DOB: 11/27

1800

 ?/?     B (18) Elizabeth (2-3-7-3-3), parents: Ezekiel Gorden and Margett Mabee
                       witnesses: Peter Mabee & Polly Quackenboss, DOB: 7/11/1799

 3/30    B (11) Aarent Mabie (2-3-4-3-1), parents: John Walton and Susana Mabie, DOB: 3/11

 6/22    B (11) Abram (2-4-8-4-3), parents: Johannes Bradt and Willempie Mabie, DOB: 6/3

 3/2     M (18) Peter H. Mabee (2-3-7-1) and Widow Putman

1801

NOTE: Will of Harmanus Mabee (2-3-7), late of Charleston, Montgomery Co., dated June 1801, mentions sons Peter (2-3-7-1) and Reyer (2-3-7-6), and daughters Deborah (2-3-7-2), Margaret (2-3-7-3), Susannah (2-3-7-5) and Catherine (2-3-7-7).

 1/20    B (11) Jesse (2-7-8-3-4), parents: Jacobus van Peek and Catharina Maby, DOB: 8/12/1800

 5/24    B (13) Willimpe (2-4-8-1-5), parents Nicholas I. Van Petten and Caty Mabee
                       witnesses: John Bratt and Willimpe Bratt, DOB: 2/27

 ?/?     B (18) Zuzannah (2-3-9-1-5), parents: Johannis Collyer, no mother named
                       witnesses: Peter Mabee and Sarah Mabee, DOB: 6/12

 9/?     B (25) David (2-7-8-8-3), parents: John H. Burhans and Angeltie Maybee, DOB: 8/18

12/21    B (10) William Tremper (C-1-4), parents John C. Cuyler and Hannah Mayby

1802

NOTE: On 10/2/1802, a newspaper in Ohio advertised that a letter addressed to "Bartie Maybee at the salt works in Chillicothe" was left at the post office in Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio. This is a reference to Bartholomew (JP-3-4) and indicates that he was living in Ohio at this early date.

 ?/?     B (18) Hermanus (2-3-7-1-1), parents: Peter H. Mabee and Maria Quackenboss, DOB: 11/30/01

 ?/?     B (18) Peter (2-3-3-4-6), parents: Henry A. Fonda and Hester Mabee, DOB: 2/17

 ?/?     B (18) Gezena (2-3-3-5-5), parents: Simon Mabee and Gezena Visscher, DOB: 2/23

 ?/?     B (18) Schyler (2-3-7-3-4), parents: Ezekiel Gorden and Margret Mabee
                       witnesses: Martin B. Schuyler & Deborah Mabee, DOB: 10/9/1801

 4/11     M (11) Nicholas P. Van Petten and Annatje Mabie (2-4-8-7), Schenectady

NOTE: Tombstone in the Glenville Reformed Church Cemetery lists Nicholas P. Van Patten (b. 12/25/1774, d. 8/17/1832 at age 57-4-8), Nancy, his wife, and daughter of Cornelius and Ester Mabee (d. 3/23/1817 at age 37-2-6)

 5/9     B (11) Engeltje (2-4-8-3-4), parents: Jacob Mabie and Eva van Petten, DOB: 3/28

 6/29    M (18) Reyer Mabee (2-3-7-6) and Rachel Newkirk

 ?/?     B (18) Daniel (2-3-3-1-9), parents: Peter Conine and Zuzannah Mabee, DOB: 8/31

1803

NOTE: Will of Abraham Mabie (2-4-8-6), late of Schenectady, dated 9/10/1803, proved 9/21/1810, mentions his mother Esther Mabie, and sisters Willimpie, wife of John Bradt, Margaret, wife of Nicholas Bradt, Nancy, wife of Nicholas P. Van Patten, Catharine, wife of Nicholsa J. Van Patten, Esther, wife of Jelles Swart, Gazina and Rebecca. Abraham died unmarried and left no children. Abraham died in 1807 and was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery.

 ?/?     B (18) Deborah (2-3-7-6-1), parents: Ryer Mabee and Rachel Newkerk
                       witnesses: Martin B. Schuyler & Deborah Mabee, DOB: 1/22

 3/9     B (28) Anna (2-7-8-5-6), parents: Abraham Mabie & wife, Anna, DOB: 12/11/1802

 6/3     B (11) Cornelius (2-4-8-1-6), parents: Nicholas J. van Petten and Catharina Mabie, DOB: 4/14

 7/9     M (11) Jelles Swart and Hester Mabee (2-4-8-8)

 7/10    M (18) Peter P. Mabee (2-3-9-5) and Hester Mombrute

NOTE: Hester’s tombstone (Auriesville Cemetery, Glen, Montgomery Co.) states that she died 3/14/1856 in her 80th year.

 8/28    B (11) Esther (2-4-8-4-4), parents: Johannes A. Bradt and Willempje Mabie, DOB: 7/30

1804

NOTE: On 4/16/1804, a newspaper in Ohio advertised that a letter addressed to "Bartholomew Mabee at Scioto salt lick" was left at the post office in Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio. Bartholomew is JP-3-4.

 ?/?     B (18) Petrus (2-3-9-5-1), parents: Peter P. Mabee and Hester Van Brute, DOB: 10/31/1803

NOTE: Petrus’ tombstone (Auriesville Cemetery, Glen, Montgomery Co.) states that he died 1/8/1871 age 67 years, 2 months. Buried at the same site are Mary E. Mabee (2-3-7-1-1-1), wife of Benj. A. Faulknor, who died 7/23/1913 at age 86 years and James Mabee, son of James & Elizabeth Mabee, who died 4/12/1848 at 2 years, 9 months and 16 days.

 ?/?     B (18) Wynte (2-3-3-4-7), parents: Henry A. Fonda and Hester Mabee, DOB: 1/12

 1/16    B (11) Cornelius (2-4-8-5-2), parents: Nicholas Bradt and Margaret Maby, DOB: 12/18/1803

 2/12     B (see below) Solomon (JP-1-4-11), parents: David and Charity Maybee, DOB: 1/2

From the Records of the Rev. Daniel Nash in Central New York State.

 ?/?     B (18) Alida (2-3-3-5-6), parents: Simon Mabee and Gezena Visscher, DOB: 6/11

 7/22    B (13) Eve (2-7-8-3-5), parents: James V. Peek and Caty Mabee, DOB: 7/7/1803

 8/12    B (13) John (2-4-7-1-4), parents: John Mabee and Lanea Polmertier, DOB: 5/21

 9/9     B (13) Sarah (2-3-4-3-2), parents: John Walton and Susannah Mabee, DOB: 8/8

 9/30    B (11) Simon (2-4-8-3-5), parents: Jacob Mabee and Eva van Patten, DOB: 8/26

11/11    B (11) Deborah (2-4-8-7-1), parents: Nicholas P. van Patten and Anne Mabee, DOB: 10/11

1805

NOTE: By a deed dated 11/1/1805, Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7) of the Town of Otsego sold 10 acres described as being part of Lot #2 of the McNeil Patent. [Otsego Co. Deeds, Book K, p. 427, recorded 3/1/1809]

 ?/?     B (18) Sarah (2-3-7-5-2), parents: Amos Jones and Zuzzanah Mabee, DOB: 7/11/1804

 ?/?     B (18) Hendrick (2-3-7-1-2), parents: Peter H. Mabee and Maria Quackenboss, DOB: 10/14/1804

 3/3     B (29) Hermanus Mabee (2-3-9-7-1), parents: Norman Minthorn and Mary Mabee, DOB: 12/24/1804

 4/7     B (15) Mary (2-3-7-6-2), parents: Ryer Mabee and Rachel Newkerk, DOB: 1/13

NOTE: Mary married Jasper Groat. She died in 1895 and is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Ashford, Cattaraugus Co., NY.

 4/7     B (15) Susanna (2-3-7-6-3), parents: Ryer Mabee and Rachel Newkerk, DOB: 1/13

 4/8     B (13) William (2-4-8-8-1), parents: Jellis Swart and Hester Mabee, DOB: 2/23

NOTE: William’s tombstone (Florida, Montgomery Co.) states that he died 12/17/1827 at age 22 years, 9 months and 24 days.

 5/16    B (see below) Henry Hogan (2-7-8-8-4), parents: John H. Burhans and Engeltje Mabey, DOB: 5/17

Jerusalem Reformed Church

11/6     B (29) Harmanus (2-3-9-5-2), parents: Peter P. Mabee and Hester Mumbrute, DOB: 9/22

1806

 2/15    B (28) Bernhardus (2-7-8-7-1), parents: John Maby and wife, Anna
                       witnesses: Conrad Manck & Maria Manck, DOB: 1/24

 5/15    B (22) Elisha (2-7-8-5-7), parents: Abraham Maybee and Nancy, his wife, DOB: 3/5

 9/7     B (11) Arent (2-4-8-4-5), parents: John A. Bradt and Williampie Mabie, DOB: 8/13

1807

 3/30    B (see below) Williem, parents: Williem Conning, deceased, and Mary Mabee, DOB: 1/5
                       Jerusalem Reformed Church

 4/13    M (15) Harmanus Mabee (2-3-9-4) and Margaret Hall

 5/14    B (29) William King (2-3-4-3-3), parents: John Walton and Susanna Mabee, DOB: 2/15

 5/17    B (see below) Albert (2-7-8-8-5), parents: John Burhans and Engelic Mabee, DOB: 3/24
                       Jerusalem Reformed Church

 6/7     B (10) Catharina Maley (C-1-5), parents John C. and Hannah Cuyler

 6/7     B (see below) Caty (2-4-8-3-6), parents Jacob Mabee and Eva Van Petten; DOB: 3/3
                       Niskayuna Reformed Church

 8/30    B (15) Debi-Ann (2-3-7-5-3), parents: Amos Jones and Susannah Mabee, DOB: 7/11

 10/24   M (15) Peter Mabee (2-3-3-3) and Margaret Servos

NOTE: Margaret was the daughter of William Servis (Service) and Sophia Young.

1808

NOTE: The Will of Frederick Fisher (Visscher), dated 4/23/1808 and probated 1/18/1810, mentions son-in-law Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5), grandson Frederick Fisher Mabee (2-3-3-5-3) and granddaughters Gezena (2-3-3-5-5) and Alida Mabee (2-3-3-5-6).

 2/14    B (15) Maria (2-3-9-5-3), parents: Peter P. Mabee and Hester Munbrute, DOB: 10/25/1807

 5/8     B (22) Katherine (2-7-8-5-8), parents: Abraham Mabie and Ann, his wife, DOB: 4/6

 8/14    M (25) Samuel Trobridge and Rachel Maybe (2-7-8-10)

 9/21    B (15) John (2-3-3-3-1), parents: Peter Mabee and Margaret Servis, DOB: 7/17

1809

NOTE: Will of Gazina Smith (2-4-6), dated 6/26/1809, mentions husband Richard Smith and sons John (eldest) and William. Gazina died sometime before 11/26/1809, the date of a receipt for $5 received from Jacob Mabee for wine for her funeral.

 1/1     M (NYNP) Marks Edick and Catherine Mabee (JP-1-4-1), both of Otsego

NOTE: From The Otsego Farmer, 4/28/1922, a reprint of the Record of Marriages performed by William Lathrop, Esq., of Otsego Township as a Justice of the Peace in Otsego.

 5/14    B (11) Sarah (2-4-8-4-6), parents: John Bradt and Willempe Mabie, DOB: 4/18

 6/12    B (10) Elizabeth (2-7-8-10-1), parents: Samuel Trowbridge and Rachel Mabie

 6/25    B (30) James (2-4-8-8-2), parents Jellis Swart and Ester, DOB: 5/11

12/4     M (22) John Maybee (2-7-8-5-1) and Margaret Cook

NOTE: Also listed in Reformed Calvinist Church of Canajoharie (27)

1810

 1/28    B (11) George Clinton (2-4-8-3-7), parents: Jacob Mabie and Eva van Patten, DOB: 12/3/1809

 ?/?     B (18) Mary Magdalen (C-1-6), parents: John C. Cuyler and Hannah Maby, DOB: 2/3

 5/27    B (25) Margaret (2-7-8-8-6), parents: John H. Burhans and Angellico Maybe, DOB: 4/23

 6/24    B (15) Aaron (2-4-8-1-7), parents: Nicholas I. Van Patten and Catharine Mabee, DOB: 10/8/1808

 6/24    B (15) Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-1-8), parents: Nicholas I.Van Patten & Catharine Mabee, DOB: 6/27/1808

 6/24    B (29) Catherine (JP-3-7-1), parents: Marcus Sternbergh and Nancy Mabee, DOB: 1/15

NOTE: Nancy is the daughter of Jacob (AKA James) and Christine Mabee, born 1777, died 5/4/1820 per cemetery tombstone inscription Little Lakes Cem., Warren, Herkimer Co., NY. It is not known if they had any children prior to Catherine, but no records have been located.

10/14    B (22) Jinny (2-7-8-5-9), parents: Abraham Maybee and Anna, his wife, DOB: 8/25

10/26    B (02) Elbert (2-7-8-10-2), parents: Samuel Trowbridge and Rachel Maybee

11/25    B (15) Caty Ann (2-3-9-5-4), parents: Peter P. Mabee and Hester Mumbrute, DOB: 9/28

1811

NOTE: The Will of Gazena Visscher, dated 1/26/1811 and probated 9/12/1815, mentions grand-daughters Gazena (2-3-3-5-5) and Alida Mabee (2-3-3-5-6).

NOTE: On 5/27/1811, Aarent Mabee (2-3-4) deeded his property holdings to Aaron M. Walton (2-3-4-3-1). [Schenectady County Deeds, Book A, page 367, Recorded 5/6/1812]

 ?/?     B (13) John (2-3-4-3-4), parents: John Walton and Susan Mabie

NOTE: No date in record, DOB: 4/3

 4/9     B (28) Maria (2-7-8-11-1), parents: Martinus Mabee and wife Gertraut
                       witnesses: Heinrich Richmeyer & wife Maria, DOB: 3/10

NOTE: From the Albany Argus of 1/4/1839, Martin's wife was Gertrude Rightmyer.

 6/10    M (NYNP) Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5), of Charlestown, Montgomery County and Susannah Warner, widow of George Warner, of New York

From the New York Weekly Museum of 6/22/1811
NOTE: By 1826, Simon and his family had relocated to New York City where on 5/31/1826, Simon Mabee and Susanna Nexsen, his wife, were admitted to the Reformed Dutch Church of NY City by certificate.

 6/30    B (27) Maria (2-7-8-7-2), parents: John Maybee and wife, Anna
                       witnesses: John Monk Jr. & wife Anna, Age at baptism, 5 weeks

 9/21    B (11) Abraham Mabie (2-4-8-7-2), parents: Nicholas P. Van Patten and Nancy Mabie, DOB: 1/25/1809

NOTE: From Tombstone (Glenville Reformed Church Cemetery), d. 5/27/1833, age 24-4-2

 9/29    B (11) John (2-4-8-7-3), parents: Nicholas P. Van Patten and Nancy Mabie, DOB: 5/29

10/20    B (15) Abraham Mabee (2-4-8-1-9), parents: Nicholas I. Van Patten and Catharine Mabee, DOB: 9/1/1810

1812

 1/19     B (no record found) Catherine (2-3-7-6-4), parents: Ryer Mabee and Rachel Newkirk

NOTE: Birth date taken from Family History.

 5/4       Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5) was elected to the NY State Assembly, representing Montgomery County.
               From The Northern Post of 5/7/1812

 5/10     B (30)Abraham Mabee (2-4-8-8-3), parents: Jellis Swart, Easter, DOB: 3/1

 6/7     B (11) Nicholas (2-4-8-3-8), parents: Jacob Mabie and Eve Van Patten, DOB: 3/29

 6/27    B (22) Lucinda (2-7-8-5-1-2), parents: John Maybee and Magaret
                       witnesses: Nicolas Cook and Caty Cook, DOB: 5/22

NOTE: Based on John’s will (see 1881), John and Margaret had a son Albert. From Albert’s tombstone, his birth date was 3/28/1810. No record of a baptism has been found, but the records for several churches in the time/area have not survived. So Albert would be (2-7-8-5-1-1).

 7/11    M (22) Cornelius Maybee (2-7-8-5-2) and Betsey Fox

NOTE: Also listed in Reformed Calvinist Church of Canajoharie (27)

NOTE: From tombstone located in the Fox Cemetery, Stone Arabia, the Honorable Cornelius Mabee (b. 8/14/1792, d. 12/6/1869), his wife Elizabeth (b. 11/2/1795, d. 11/15/1837)

 7/19    B (15) Catharine Glen (2-3-3-5-7), parents: Simon Mabee and Susanna Nexon, DOB: 6/6

 8/2    B (11) Catherine (2-4-8-4-7), parents: John Bradt and Williampie Mabie, DOB: 7/14

 8/10    B (15) Margaret Maria (2-3-7-5-4), parents: Amos Jones and Susanna Mabee, DOB: 6/21

 8/10    B (15) John Schuyler (2-3-7-5-5), parents: Amos Jones and Susanna Mabee, DOB: 6/21

 8/16    M (12) Aaron Mabee (2-4-7-1-1) and Sophia Ouderkirk

1813

NOTE: The will of Cornelius Van Alstine Jr., late of Minden, written 2/22/1813, probated 7/22/1813, mentions Cornelius, the son of Abraham A. Mabie (2-7-8-5).

 5/2     B (25) Rachel (2-7-8-8-7), parents: John H. Burhans and Angellico Maybe, DOB: 4/24

 8/1     B (15) William (2-3-9-5-5), parents: Peter P. Maybee and Hester Mumbrute, DOB: 6/16

 8/1     B (28) Elisabeth (2-7-8-7-3), parents: John Mabee and wife Anna
                       witnesses: Jacob Manck & wife, Elisabeth, DOB: 6/2

 8/7     M (13) Adam Swart and Gertrude Mabee (2-3-4-1-1)

NOTE: According to the records of the Schenectady Reformed Church, Adam N. Swart was born 10/1/1789. From census data, it appears that Gertrude was born in the mid-1790s. More or less by the process of elimination, it looks like Gertrude was a granddaughter of Arent Mabee (2-3-4), and the only candidate for her father is Arent's son Peter (2-3-4-1).

12/26    M (15) Clement Tilabach and Sophia Meyby

1814

NOTE: Bartholomew Mabee (JP-3-4) was working in Greenup County, Kentucky, where he died after 9/11/1812 and before 9/30/1814. These dates are established by a suit filed on the latter date over a note dated subsequent to the former date. Source: Selected Abstracts from Common Pleas and Chancery Complete Records, Scioto County, Ohio, (1810-1875), by Caryn R. Shoemaker, Minford, Ohio, July 1985, page 7.

 1/9     B (15) Alida Sophia (2-3-3-3-2), parents: Peter Mabee and Margaret Servis, DOB: 11/28/1813

 1/27    B (11) Agnes (2-3-4-1-1-1), parents: Adam N. Swart and Gartrud Mabie, DOB: 11/15/1813

 5/9    B (12) Hannah (2-4-7-1-1-1), parents: Aaron & Sophia Mabee; DOB: 1/18/1814

 5/26    B (No Record Found) Emilia (2-7-8-5-2-1), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Betsey Fox

NOTE: Date of Birth as taken from Tombstone in the Fox Cemetery. Tombstone date of death has been recorded as 12/5/1888. However, it would appear that this is incorrect. See 1836 death notice below at age 22.

 5/28    B (15) George James Warner (2-3-3-5-8), parents: Simon Mabee and Susanna Nixon, DOB: 2/16

NOTE: In addition to the children documented in these records, Simon and Susanna had two other sons. Jacob G. Mabee (2-3-3-5-9), born c. 1816, married Mary Jane Pierce and they lived in Southbury, CT, having a daughter Mary. The other son is Elias Alexander Nixon Mabee (2-3-3-5-10) (who later used the name Alexander N. Mabee or simply A. N.), born c. 1819, married Alice Snethen.

 5/28    Birth of an unnamed son (2-4-8-3-9), who died on 6/11, shortly after childbirth

NOTE: From the family Bible of Jacob and Eva Mabee.

 7/24    B (30) Cornelius (2-4-8-8-4), parents: Jellis Swart and Hester; DOB: 6/20

 7/31    B (14) Cornelius (2-4-8-7-4), parents: Nicholas Van Patten and Nancy Mabee, DOB: 3/7

 8/7     M (see below) John Gillispie and Christina Maybee (daughter of Bartholomew (JP-3-4))

Marriage was in Ross Co., Ohio

1815

 1/10    B (23) Delia Maria (2-7-8-5-1-3), parents: Johann Mevi and Margaret Cook
                       witnesses: Johann P. Heins and wife Maria, DOB: 9/18/1814

NOTE: Delia Maria went by the name Maria or Mary as an adult. Her married name was Smith. See her father’s will in 1881.

 5/28    B (11) Margaret (2-4-8-3-10), parents: Jacob Mabee and Eve Van Petten, DOB: 4/14

 7/2    B (11) Frederick (2-4-8-4-8), parents: John Bradt and Williampe Mabee, DOB: 6/9

 7/8    B (28) Margaretha (2-7-8-7-4), parents: John Mabey and wife, Anna
                       witnesses: Baldus Prehm and Elisabeth Counterman, DOB: 5/23

 7/18    B (see below) David (JP-1-4-2-?), parents: Abraham and Nancy House, DOB: 5/17

From the Records of the Rev. Daniel Nash in Central New York State NOTE: According to House Family Genealogy, Abraham and Nancy were married on 2/22/1809. Interestingly, a son David is not mentioned in this genealogy.

 7/26    M (NYNP) James C. Bennitt and Anna Mabee, both of Wayne, in Wayne, NY.

NOTE: Published in the Geneva Gazette on 7/26. 7/26 is the publication date, not the marriage date.

10/8     B (15) Jesse (2-3-9-5-6), parents: Peter P. Maybee and Hester Mumbrute, DOB: 8/26

NOTE: Jesse’s tombstone (Auriesville Cemetery, Glen, Montgomery Co.) states that he died 4/18/1866 at age 50 years, 7 months and 22 days.

1816

NOTE: On 4/11/1816, Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-3) purchased from his six sisters and their spouses (Gazina being unmarried) their shares in the property of their deceased sister Rebecca (2-4-8-10) who had died without issue. [Schenectady County Deeds, book Q, page 444, recorded 6/22/1838]  Rebecca died unmarried and was buried on the Mabee Farm.

NOTE: Will of Hester Mabee, (Cornelius’ wife), of the 3rd Ward of Schenectady, dated 8/10/1816, proved 7/1/1822, mentions son Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-3), late son Abraham (2-4-8-6), daughters Catherine Van Petten (2-4-8-1) wife of Nicholas J. Van Petten, Williampey Bradt (2-4-8-4) wife of John A. Bradt, Margaret Bradt (2-4-8-5) wife of Nicholas A. Bradt, Annatie Van Petten (2-4-8-7) wife of Nicholas P. Van Petten, Hester Swart (2-4-8-8) wife of Jellis Swart, Gazina Mabee (2-4-8-9) (unmarried), and grandsons Cornelius Mabee (2-4-8-3-1) son of Jacob Mabee, Cornelius Bradt (2-4-8-5-2) and Abraham Bradt (2-4-8-5-1) sons of Nicholas A. Bradt, Cornelius Bradt (2-4-8-4-2) son of John A. Bradt, Cornelius Van Petten (2-4-8-1-6) son of Nicholas J. Van Petten, and Cornelius Van Petten (2-4-8-7-4) son of Nicholas P. Van Petten.

NOTE FURTHER: Based on a receipt dated 5/19/1830, recognizing the distribution of her inheritance from the portion of her father’s estate left to deceased sister Rebecca, Gazina Mabee (2-4-8-9) married John W. Peck sometime after 8/10/1816 and before 5/19/1830.

 1/7     B (see below) Elisabeth (2-4-7-1-1-2), parents: Aaron Maby and Suffia Ouderkerk, DOB: 10/19/1815

Baptism Records of the Helderberg Reformed Church, Guilderland Center

 1/21    B (22) Christina (JP-3-7-2), parents: Marcus Sternberg and Nancy, DOB: 12/21/1814

 2/4     M (27) David Scouten and Angelina Maybee (2-7-8-5-5)

 3/13    M (19) Conradus Hess and Maria Mavey (JP-1-4-4)
                       witnesses: Joanne Miller jr. & Heneric Hess jr.

NOTE: Record states that he is from Columbia (Herkimer County), son of August, and she is from Richfield, Otsego County, daughter of Abraham. However, also note that a letter written in 1912 by a Joseph W. Mabie, a grandson of David Mabie (JP-1-4) indicates that Maria (AKA Polly) is a daughter of David, making her JP-1-4-4.

 4/28    M (NYNP) David Kimmey and Margaret Mabey (2-7-8-12), both of Bethlehem
                       by the Rev. Holliday at the home of Col. Burhans

NOTE: From the Albany Advertiser. In addition, from their tombstones in the Kimmey Burying Ground, Delmar, Albany Co., David was born 12/19/1791 and died 11/10/1875 and Margaret was born 2/2/1792 and died 10/29/1877.

 8/31    M (12) Peter Spitzer and Maria Mabee (2-4-7-1-3)

 ?/?     B (13) Aaron Bradt (2-4-8-3-2-1), parents: Samuel Veeder and Jane Mabee

NOTE: No date in record, DOB: 12/21

1817

 1/?     B (13) Jacob (2-4-8-3-1-1), parents: Cornelius Mabee, no mother named
                       witness: Catherine Vedder, DOB: 12/1/1816

NOTE: Jacob died in 1865 and was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery. Jacob’s mother was Cornelius’ first wife, Caty Swart. Caty apparently died in childbirth or very shortly thereafter. A receipt dated 12/14/1816 reflects the bill of 87 and one-half cents for the ringing of the church bell for her funeral.

 4/2     B (25) William Dumond (2-7-8-8-8), parents: John H. Burhans and Angellica Mabie, DOB: 4/2

 7/13    B (27) Trueman (2-7-8-5-5-1), parents: Danl Scouten and wife, Angelina, DOB: 6/28

 9/21    B (21) Abraham (2-7-8-7-5), parents: John Mabee and Anna Manck
                       witnesses: Abram Klock and Cathrien Grove, DOB: 8/26

10/12    B (23) Rahel Catarina (2-7-8-5-1-4), parents: Johann Mevi and Margaret Cook
                       witnesses: Henrich Cook and wife Maria, DOB: 7/14

NOTE: Rachel Catarina went by the name Catherine R. as an adult. Her married name was Waggoner. See her father’s will in 1881.

11/9     B (22) Jerome (2-7-8-5-2-2), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Betsey
                       witnesses: Archibald Fox and Polly Fox, dau of John, DOB: 9/28

11/29    B (12) Isaac (2-4-7-1-1-3), parents: Aaron & Sophia Mabee; DOB: 8/9/1817

12/16    B (21) Adam (JP-3-7-3), parents: Marcus Sternbergh and Nancy Maybee, DOB: 2/15

1818

 ?/?     B (no record found) Harmen (2-3-7-6-5), parents: Ryer Mabee and Rachel Newkirk

NOTE: Birth year taken from Family History. Harmen married Elizabeth Rowland, and moved to Cattaraugus County, NY circa 1838. Harmen died in 1901. Harmen and Elizabeth had five children: Nicholas, bc. 1837, m. Abbie Dow; Rachel Ann, b. 4/4/1840, m. 7/25/1861 Caleb Smith Gardner; John T., bc. 1845, m. Louise Luke; Clementina, bc. 1848, m. Redmond Thomas; and Hiram, bc. 1850, m. Anna ?

 1/3     M (see below) David Mabie (2-7-8-5-4) and Catharine Bellinger

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 2/8     B (15) Susan (2-3-3-3-3), parents: Peter Maybee and Margaret Serwis, DOB: 10/19/1817

 8/8     M (11) Cornelius Mabie (2-4-8-3-1) and Elizabeth Swart

NOTE: This is the second marriage for Cornelius.

1819

 2/14    B (19) Norman (JP-1-4-4-1), parents: Conrad Hess and Maria Mavy
                       witnesses: Jacob J. Hayner and Maria Hess, DOB: 11/29/1818

 2/28    B (25) Maria (2-7-8-12-1), parents: David Kimmy and Margaret Maybee, DOB: 1/17

NOTE: Margaret was born 2/2/1792 and died 10/29/1877. Maria died 7/1/1826

 4/20    B (30) Sarah Ann (2-4-8-8-5), parents: Jellis Swart and Hester; DOB: 3/2/1817

 6/13    B (13) Corneilia Marselus (2-4-8-3-3-1), parents: no father named, Hester Maybee, DOB: 2/26

 6/13    B (13) (no name) (2-3-4-1-1-2), parents: Adam Swarts and Ann Maybee, DOB: 3/19

 7/4     B (13) Water Swarts (2-4-8-3-1-2), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Elizabeth Swart, DOB: 6/1

11/10    B (19) Magdalena (2-7-8-5-4-1), parents: David Mavie and Catharina Bellinger
                       witnesses: Joanna Bellinger & wife Magdalena, DOB: 10/23

1820

 1/?     B (25) Elizabeth (2-7-8-12-2), parents: David Kimmy and Margaret Maybee, DOB: 12/20/1819

NOTE: Died young. (See 2-7-8-12-3 below)

 1/30    B (13) Maria (2-4-7-1-1-4), parents: Aaron J. Maybee and Sophia Ouderkirk, DOB: 10/30/1819

 3/19    B (21) Nancy (2-7-8-7-6), parents: John Mabee and Nancy Monck
                       witnesses: Jacob Bellinger and Susanna Riece, DOB: 3/8

 5/7     B (26) Abraham (JP-1-4-4-2), parents: Coonrod Hess and Polly Mabee
                       witnesses: Denus Clapsaddle & wife, Betsy, DOB: 1/24

NOTE: Polly is the same as Maria.

10/24    M (?) Cornelius H. Putnam and Gazena Mabee (2-3-3-5-5)

NOTE: Date from Visscher genealogy, no record found

12/23    B (25) Elizabeth (2-7-8-12-3), parents: David Kimmy and Magdalen Maybee, DOB: 11/18

1821

NOTE: On 3/8/1821, Peter Mabee (2-3-3-3) of the Town of Fairfield, Herkimer County, purchased land and a dwelling in the Town of Norway, Herkimer County, from Silvius and Nancy Hoard of the Town of Antwerp, Jefferson County. [Herkimer County Deeds, Book 16, p. 617]

 6/5     B (22) Ann (2-7-8-5-1-5), parents: John Maybee and Magaret, DOB: 8/21/1819

 6/17    B (13) (no name) (2-4-7-1-1-5), parents: Aaron Maybee and Sophia Ouderkirk, DOB: 4/27

 8/19    B (22) Ambrose (2-7-8-5-2-3), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Elisabeth, DOB: 6/3

12/23    B (13) Jacob (2-4-8-3-2-2), parents: Samuel Veeder and Jane Maybee, DOB: 11/3

1822

NOTE: Hester Groot Mabee, widow of Cornelius (2-4-8), died and was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery. The same year, Cornelius Mabee (2-4-8-3-1) and Angelica Mabee (2-4-8-3-4) also died and were buried in the same cemetery. From the family Bible, Angelica died 5/4/1822 and Cornelius died 7/8/1822.

 3/31    B (15) Glen (2-3-3-5-5-1), parents: Cornelius H. Putman and Gasena V. Maybee, DOB: 1/27

 3/17    B (13) Eve (2-4-8-3-1-3), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Elizabeth Swarts, DOB: 11/30/1821

 5/26    B (22) Magaret (2-7-8-5-1-6), parents: John Maybee and Magaret, DOB: 1/21

NOTE: Based on John’s will (see 1881), he and his wife Margaret had 3 more children after daughter Margaret: Charlotte (2-7-8-5-1-7), born app. 1824 (married Charles Cotton), Elizabeth (2-7-8-5-1-8), born Aug. 1827 (married Jacob Crouse), and John (2-7-8-5-1-9), born app. 1831, died 10/23/1902 unmarried (see his will in 1902).

 7/5     Letter of Administration for estate of Hester Mabee issued to Cornelius Van Santvoord

 7/9     Death of Cornelius Mabee (2-4-8-3-1)

NOTE: From the Schenectady Cabinet of 7/24/1822

 7/21    B (13) Nancy (2-3-4-1-1-3), parents: Adam N. Swart and Gitty Maybee, DOB: 1/27

10/4     B (23) Eireni (Irene) (2-7-8-5-4-2), parents: David Moebi and Catarina
                       witnesses: Jacob Bellinger and wife Anna, DOB: 6/18/1821

NOTE: Marginal notation indicates baptism occurred in "Sylto" which it is believed is Sullivan, Madison Co. NY

1823

NOTE: Will of Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-3), of the Town of Rotterdam, Schenectady County, dated 5/12/1823, proved 2/28/1824, mentions wife Eva, sons Cornelius (2-4-8-3-1) (deceased), Simon (2-4-8-3-5), George Clinton (2-4-8-3-7), Nicholas (2-4-8-3-8), daughters Hester (2-4-8-3-3), Catherine (2-4-8-3-6), Margaret (2-4-8-3-9), grandchildren Jacob C. Mabee (2-4-8-3-1-1) son of deceased son Cornelius, Jacob Veeder (2-4-8-3-2-2) son of Samuel Veeder, and Cornelia Merselis (2-4-8-3-3-1) daughter of daughter Hester. Also mentioned is a slave, Sam, to be manumitted on 4/8/1827 "that being the day he will arrive at legal age." Jacob was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery.

NOTE: Will of Esaias Mabee (2-3-4-2), of Glenville, dated 8/20/1823, proved 1824, left estate to friend Peter H. Brooks, of Glenville, with the condition that he pay $10 each to Sally Ann Brooks and Angelica Van Patten. The estate included a bond & mortgage of John Walton (brother-in-law of Isaias) "now in the possession of Jacob Mabee and now suing for return in Supreme Court".

 1/11    Birth of Simon B. (2-7-8-5-4-3), son of David and Catharine Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151. 12/1    Death of Major Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-3), of Rotterdam. Jacob was driving a wagon laden with five barrels of potash when he was thrown from the wagon and killed when a wheel passed over his body. This event was published in several newspapers including the Baltimore Patriot of 12/12/1823 and the Independent Chronicle & Boston Patriot of 12/24/1823. Also in the Schenectady Cabinet of 12/9/1823.

1824

 1/9     M (18) John D. Quackenbush and Deborah Mabee (2-3-7-6-1)

 2/25    B (12) John Henry (2-4-7-1-1-6), parents: Aaron Maybee & Sophia Ouderkirk; DOB: 3/6/1823

 3/4    Birth of Ann (2-7-8-5-4-4), daughter of David and Catharine Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 3/27    Letter of Administration for Estate of Jacob Mabee (2-4-8-3) issued to Eve Mabee, his wife.

 3/29    B (15) Maria (2-3-3-5-5-2), parents: Cornelius H. Putman and Gazena V. Maybee

 8/15    B (22) Ann Margaret (2-7-8-5-2-4), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Elisabeth, DOB: 7/12

NOTE: See below, same child, different church. (both records say born 7/12)

 8/30    Death notice in the Ballston Spa Gazette (8/31/1824), Doctor Peter Maybee (2-3-3-3) of Little Falls, Herkimer County, died "yesterday" in Ballston Spa of "dropsy in the chest."

 9/?     Letter of Administration for Estate of Esaias Mabee issued to Garret Stephens.

1825

NOTE: Will of John Mabee (JP-5-1), of the Township of Bertie, County of Lincoln and District of Niagara and Province of Upper Canada, dated 6/23/1825 and proved 8/8/1825, mentions sister Mary Palmer, "my two daughters" Mary Rice and Nancy Beam, and grandchildren John M. Rice, Sally Ann Rice, Elizabeth Rice, Mary Rice junior, Salla Julyan Beam, Adam Beam and Barbery Beam junior.

 2/4     B (21) Anna Margreta (2-7-8-5-2-4), parents: Cornelius Maybee and Elisebeth Fox

 ?/?     B (18) Angelica (2-4-8-3-3-2), parents: Christopher Z. Peak and Hester Mabee, DOB: 3/16

 5/14    B (12) Simon (2-4-7-1-1-7), parents: Aaaron & Sophia Outerkirk Maybee; DOB: 12/23/1824

 5/14    M (12) Adam Carr and Susan Maybee (2-3-4-3)?

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 5/18/1825, both Adam and Susan were from the Town of Glenville, and they were married by the Rev. Proal.

 6/1     M (18) Henry Mabee (2-3-7-1-2) and Catherine Becker

10/17    M (18) Charles Van Eps, MD and Alida Mabee (2-3-3-5-6)

12/15    M (12) Isaac Maybee (2-4-7-1-2) and Ann Schermerhorn

NOTE: From tombstone in Scotia Reformed Church Cemetery, Isaac died 7/31/1867 and his wife Nancy was born 7/24/1803 and died 12/5/1874. Their son John W. is also buried in the same cemetery, died 5/25/1859, age 32 years, 5 months, 7 days.

1826

 4/4      Birth of Oliver (2-7-8-5-4-5), son of David and Catherine Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 5/31    Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5) and Susanna Nexsen, his wife, admitted by Certificate to the New York City Reformed Dutch Church (from Church Members List).

 7/9     B (see below) George Mortimer (JP-1-4-11-1), parents: Solomon Maybee and wife Charlotte

First Presbyterian Church, Mexico, Oswego, New York NOTE: Charlotte Maybee was admitted to the First Presbyterian Church of Mexico with a letter from the Congregationalist Church in New Haven, Oswego County. In the records of the New Haven Church, the only Charlotte listed was Charlotte Dileno, admitted through baptism in 1821.

1827

NOTE: On 3/8/1827, Peter H. Mabee (2-3-7-1) of the Town of Glen, Montgomery County, was appointed guardian of the following minor children of Harriet Putman at her request: Henry, Maria, Deborah, Peter, John Coyne and Jacob Sternbergh Putman.

 1/29    B (26) Ludolphus (JP-1-4-8-1), parents: John Maybee and wife, Eva, DOB: 1/24

NOTE: Child's name should be Liendolphus

 5/7     M (see below) Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5) and Hannah Marlett

NOTE: Date found in Family Bible now in possession of the Schenectady County Historical Society

 8/3     B(12) John (2-4-7-1-2-1), parents: Isaac & Nancy Schermerhorn Maybee; DOB: 10/8/1826

 8/19    B (see below) Julia (JP-1-4-11-2), parents: Solomon Maybee and wife Charlotte

First Presbyterian Church, Mexico, Oswego, New York

10/4     M (30) Harmanus Maybee (2-3-9-5-2), of GLenn and Almira Kingsbury, of Florida

NOTE: From the Skaneateles Democrat: Almira Mabee, wife of Harman P. Mabee died at Syracuse, March 22, 1853, aged 46 years.

10/17    M (30) Harmanus Wemple of Florida and Susan Maybee (2-3-7-6-3)

11/26    Birth of William (2-7-8-5-4-6), son of David and Catharine Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1828

 4/17    M (NYNP) John Mabie (2-4-7-1-4) and Catharine Bell, all of Glenville, by Rev. Murphey

Notice of marriage appeared in the Schenectady Cabinet on 4/30.

 6/29    B (15) Elizabeth (2-3-7-1-2-1), parents: Henry Mabee and Catharine Becker, DOB: 5/20

NOTE: From the History of Montgomery County by Washington Frothingham (1892), Henry and Catherine had two other children, one of whom was Charlotte E., who married Daniel F. Van Buren on 10/22/1879. (Record says 1878). However, from Henry's will (see 1876 below), Henry had 3 daughters: Maria (married Jacob B. Argersinger), Susan Helen (married Douw Wemple) and Charlotte Elizabeth. Therefore, it would appear that this baptism is for Maria.

 8/31    M (see below) Elisha Mabie (2-7-8-5-7) and Ann Meyers

NOTE: From the Family Bible belonging to their daughter Sarah Ann. Also from this Bible, Elisha died 4/9/1866, Ann Meyers was born 3/1/1812, and their daughter Sarah Ann (2-7-8-5-7-1) was born 11/15/1829.

11/10    B (12) Abraham (2-4-7-1-2-2), parents: Isaac Maybee and Nancy Schermerhorn, DOB: 10/28

12/14    M (see below) Barnard Mabee (2-7-8-7-1), of Oppenheim, and Miss Nancy Klock, of Manheim, by Rev. Isaac S. Ketcham, pastor of Snell’s Bush Reformed Church.

NOTE:From the newspaper People’s Friend of 12/25/1828.

1829

NOTE: Will of Peter P. Mabee (late of Glen) (2-3-9-5) dated 6/23/1829, mentions wife Hester, sons Jesse (2-3-9-5-6), William (2-3-9-5-5) and Peter (2-3-9-5-1), and one unnamed son: Harmanus (2-3-9-5-2) and two unnamed daughters: Maria (2-3-9-5-3) & Caty Ann (2-3-9-5-4).

 1/11    B (13) Anna Mariah (2-4-8-3-6-1), parents: Mindert Veeder and Cathrin Mabee, DOB: 9/30

 4/26     Birth of Catharine (2-7-8-5-4-7), daughter of David and Catharine Mabie

NOTE:Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 ?/?     B (18) Angelica (2-4-8-3-5-1), parents: Simon Mabee and Hannah Melatt, DOB: 6/28/1828

10/17    B (27) Christiana (2-7-8-5-2-5), parents: Corls Maybee and wife, Betsy, DOB: 3/11/1828

1830

NOTE: Will of Peter H. Mabee (2-3-7-1), of the Town of Glen, Montgomery County, dated 4/6/1830, proved 2/20/1837, mentions wife Maria, sons Harmanus and Henry, Sally Quackenbus, wife of Jacob Merrill, "who previously lived with me", and Peter Mabee Viele, son of Charles H. Viele.

 7/4     B (12) Agnes Swart (2-4-7-1-4-1), parents: John Maybee and Catherine Bell, DOB: 2/11

NOTE: From the Burial Records of the Scotia Baptist Church, John and Catherine had a son, William B. (b. 1840, d. 1904, bap. 2/12/1865). John died in 1895, and Catherine (b. 8/17/1808) died 1/2/1880. Catherine was baptized in the Baptist Church in April, 1857.

10/31    M (25) Robert Maybe (5-6-9-3-3?) and Elizabeth Lamphier

1831

NOTE: On 9/13/1831 [Montgomery County Deeds, Book 30, p. 453] Peter H. Mabee (2-3-7-1) was acting as guardian of Henry Putman, Deborah Putman, Peter Putman, Maria Putman, John Putman and Jacob Stienburg Putman, infant (under 21) children and heirs of William Putman, deceased.

 3/6     B (13) Margaret Eve (2-4-8-3-6-2),parents: Myndert P. Veeder and Catherine Mabie, DOB: 10/3/1830

 5/1    B (13) Mariah (2-4-8-3-5-2), parents: Simon Mabie and Hannah Marlett, DOB: 3/7

 5/9     M (18) John Mabee and Nancy Alen, both of Glen
                       witness Jacob Phero

NOTE: John is possibly (2-3-3-5-1).

 7/21    M (Grace Episcopal Church, Norway, NY) John P. Mabee (2-3-3-3-1) , age 23, and Maria M. Easton, 20
                       witnesses: Jefferson Tillinghast & wife, both of Norway

NOTE (from Steve): These are my great-great-grandparents. That makes me (2-3-3-3-1-4-2-3-3). John and Maria lived in Norway NY then moved, in 1840, to St. Joseph County, Ind., where he died in 1846, one year after my great-grandfather John Peter Mabee was born. John Peter enlisted in the 20th Indiana Infantry in July, 1861, and later married Bessie Berryman in 1879 in Camden, NJ, with John Peter dying in 1884. One of their sons, Walter Constant Mabie, owned a printing company in Philadelphia and, in 1927, served as the National Commander-In-Chief for the Sons of the Veterans of the Civil War. His son Walter Weir Mabie was my father.

 9/30    B (12) Clara Ann (2-4-7-1-2-3), parents: Isaac Mabee and Nancy Schermerhorn, DOB: 3/2

NOTE: According to her mother's will, Clara Ann's married name was Vanderheiden.

1832

NOTE: Will of Eve Mabee, (wife of Jacob (2-4-8-3)), of the Town of Rotterdam, Schenectady County, dated 8/16/1832, proved 7/17/1862, mentions sons Simon (2-4-8-3-5), George Clinton (2-4-8-3-7) and Nicholas (2-4-8-3-8), daughters Jane (2-4-8-3-2), Hester (2-4-8-3-3), Catherine (2-4-8-3-6), Margaret (2-4-8-3-9)(unmarried), grandson Jacob Mabee(2-4-8-3-1-1). Eva was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery. Heirs at the time of Eva’s death in 1862 (age 91) included son Simon Mabee (m. Hannah Marlett), daughter Hester, wife of Christopher Y. Peek and daughter Catherine, wife of Myndert Veeder, all of Schenectady County, daughter Margaret, wife of Nicholas Brooks, of Kings County, John Mabee, Ellen Jane Mabee and Giles Mabee, minor children of George C. Mabee, deceased of Schenectady County, Jacob M. Veeder and Mary E. Johnson, both of Schenectady County, Eve Eliza Long of Oneida County, Simon Veeder of New York County, Jacob Mabee of Schenectady County, and minors William Henry Veeder, Sarah Ann Veeder, Peter Veeder, Aaron Veeder, Susan Veeder, John C. Veeder and Hester Veeder, all of Saratoga County.

 ?/?     B (18) Elernor (2-3-7-1-1-2), parents: Harmanus Mabee and Maria Newkerk, DOB: 10/9/1831

From information on the family of Harmanus and Maria in the History of Montgomery County by Washington Frothingham (1892), they had another daughter Mary E., born in 1827, making her (2-3-7-1-1-1). From this same source, Elinor married John K. Van Horne.

1833

NOTE: Will of Abraham Mabie (2-7-8-5), late of Manlius, Onondaga County, dated 5/15/1827 and probated 7/15/1833, lists children John (2-7-8-5-1), David (2-7-8-5-4), Angelina Scouton wife of David Scouton (2-7-8-5-5), Elisha (2-7-8-5-7) (all of Onondaga County), Cornelius of Montgomery County (2-7-8-5-2) and Catherine Van Alstyne wife of Cornelius Van Alstyne of Oswego County (2-7-8-5-8).

NOTE: Tombstone in Mycenae Cemetery, Onondaga Co., lists: Abraham Mabie, b. 1770, d. 1833, Ann, his wife, b. 1768, d. 1826, and Angelina, wife of David Scouton, b. 1798, d. 1838. An earlier tombstone for Abraham and Ann stated that he died 2/2/1833 age 62 yrs., 11 mos., 11 days, and Ann died 2/13/1826, age 59 years, 9 days.

 3/19    M (Grace Episcopal Church, Norway, NY) Walter Booth, M. D., and Alida S. Mabee (2-3-3-3-2)
                       Witnesses S. Peter Sheldon and Arnold Hurd of Norway

From their family sketch in History of Oneida County, New York by Samuel W. Durant. Walter and Alida had six children including Walter S. Booth, Alida E. Cook and George M. Booth. Alida died in Glen Rock Wyoming on 2/4/1891.

 4/28    B (13) Peter Vrooman (2-4-8-3-6-3), parents: Myndert P. Veeder and Catherine Mabie, DOB: 2/7

 5/19    M (18) John J. Quackenbush and Elizabeth Mabee (2-3-9-4-?), both of Glen,
                       witnesses: Nicholas F. Quackenbush & Isaac N. Quackenbush

NOTE: Tombstone of Elizabeth Maby (Auriesville Cemetery, Glen, Montgomery Co.) states that she was the wife of John J. Quackenbush and that she died 11/14/1894 in her 85th year.

 7/23    M (NYNP) Albert Mabee (2-7-8-5-1-1) of Manlius and Maria Ehle, eldest daughter of Henry Ehle, of this town

NOTE: From the Chittenango Herald, which also stated that the wedding was "Tuesday last" and performed by Rev. Dr. Yates.

11/14    M (NYNP) Cornelius Van Patten and Betsy Mabee (2-4-7-1-1-2) in Glenville by Rev. Murphy

NOTE: Notice of marriage appeared in the Schenectady Cabinet on 12/4 and in the Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church on 12/15/1833.

1834

 2/20    M (NYNP) Nicholas Brooks, Glenville, and Margaret Mabee (2-4-8-3-9), Rotterdam, daughter of the late Major Jacob Mabee. Married by Rev. Murphy.

NOTE: Notice of marriage appeared in the Schenectady Cabinet on 2/26/1834 and in the Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church on 3/8/1834.
NOTE: Margaret died on 1/22/1898 and is buried in the Baptist Church Cemetery, Scotia.

 10/7    Birth of Jacob (2-4-8-3-5-3), son of Simon and Hester Mabee

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible.

 12/4    Sarah Maybee, wife of Joseph Maybee (JP-1-4-6) died.

From her tombstone in Colosse Cemetery, Town of Mexico, Oswego County, New York, Sarah died at age 36 years, 3 months, 26 days. See Joseph's will below (1862), and the note in 1912 concerning the letter and Bible record of Sarah's son Joseph. Also buried in this cemetery are Joseph (died 4/13/1864) and Ephraim B. Maybee, son of Joseph and his second wife Maria. Ephraim died in 11/15/1851, aged 7 years, 10 months, 16 days.

1835

NOTE: On 2/21/1835, Hester Mabee of the Town of Glen, Montgomery County, "widow and relict of Peter P. Mabee (2-3-9-5) sold her rights (Quit Claim) to the property of her late husband to the executors of his estate, Abraham V. Putman and Peter Mabee (2-3-9-5-1). Then, on 3/31/1835, Harmen P. Mabee (2-3-9-5-2) and Almira his wife, William Mabee (2-3-9-5-5), Maria Mabee (2-3-9-5-3) and Catherine A. Mabee (2-3-9-5-4), all of the Town of Glen, Montgomery County, did the same. [Montgomery County Deeds, Book 37, p. 280]

1836

 2/25    M (18) George D. Haight and Maria Mabee (2-3-9-5-3), of Glen
                       witnesses: Hermanus P. Mabee & Cornelius H. Putnam

NOTE: Based on census data, the surname may be Hart.

 9/30    B (13) Eleanor (2-4-8-3-6-4), parents: Myndert Veeder and Catherine Mabee, DOB: 8/17/1835

12/5     NOTE: Death Notice from Albany newspaper, Emilia M. Loomis (2-7-8-5-2-1), age 22, wife of Dyer Loomis, MD, and the eldest daughter of Cornelius Mabee, Esq. of Palatine, died at Louisville, Otsego County.

12/8     NOTE: Death Notice from the Wayne Sentinal, Israel Mabee, age 35, of Glen, Montgomery Co., died in Palmyra en route to Rochester, buried in the Palmyra burying grounds.

12/25    B (17) Maria (2-4-8-3-9-1), parents: Nicholas Brooks and Margaret Mabee, DOB: 10/7.

1837

 1/27    NOTE: Death Notice from Albany newspaper, Margaret, wife of John Mabie (2-7-8-5-1) and daughter of Henry Cook, formerly of Stone Arabia, died at Manlius Centre, Onondaga County.

From her tombstone in Manlius Center Cemetery, Margaret died 1/27/1837, age 50.

 3/19    M (18) Walton Cady and Catherine Ann Mabee (2-3-9-5-4)

 ?/?     B (18) Peter Putman (2-3-7-1-1-3), parents: Hermanus Mabee and Maria Newkerk, DOB: 6/15

 9/11    M (Grace Episcopal Church, Norway, NY) William Vanderburgh and Susan Mabee (2-3-3-3-3), both of Norway, by Rev. W. Tatham, Witnesses: Walter Booth M. D. & his wife, Alida Booth of Russia, Herkimer Co., NY

 9/26    M (18) William H. Mabee (2-3-9-5-5) and Margrita Dockstader, both of Mohawk
                       witnesses: A.T.E. Hilton & Jesse Mabee

 11/1    Birth of Katharine Eliza (2-4-8-3-5-4), daughter of Simon and Hannah Mabee

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible.

11/15    NOTE: Death Notice from Albany newspaper; Elizabeth, age 42, wife of Cornelius Mabee, Esq., (2-7-8-5-2) died in Palatine.

11/16    M (NYNP) Thomas Freeborn of Cazenova and Lane Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-1) of Manlius in Manlius by C. Hibbert, Esq. (from the Chittenango Herald).

NOTE: Tombstone of Lany Mabie (Kirkville Cemetery, Onondaga Co.) states that she was the wife of Thomas Freeborn and that she was born in 1820 and died in 1905. Others burried in this same cemetery include: Simon Mabie (d. 7/9/1876, age 53); Delila, wife of Simon (d. 8/9/1878, age 50); Mary G., daughter of Simon and Delila (d. 12/23/1862, age 8 years, 10 months and 7 days); Oliver (b. 1826, d. 1917); Rebecca, wife of Oliver (b. 1835, d. 1917); three sons of Oliver and Rebecca, John (d. 9/16/1868, age 1 yr., 4 mos., 5 days), David (d. 10/21/1865, age 2 yrs., 2 mos., 4 days) and an unnamed infant, d. 8/19/1862, age 15 days); David (2-7-8-5-4) (d. 2/10/1856, age 59 yrs., 9 mos.); Catherine B., wife of David (d. 11/11/1888, age 98); William (d. 7/6/1897, age 69); Joel (d. 4/15/1881, age 13 yrs., 11 mos., 2 days); and Ann Mabie Wilcox, wife of Noble E. 1824-1916.

12/31    M (see below) Joel B. Warner and Irena Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-2)

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1839

 1/16    M (see below) George J. W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8) and Margaret T. Nostrand, daughter of F. Nostrand in St. Stephen's Church, by Rev. Mr. Price.

NOTE: Marriage notice in the New York Evening Post of 1/17/1839. Marriage notice also appeared in the New York Herald of 1/18/1839.

 6/23    B (13) John (2-4-8-3-6-5), parents: Myndert Veeder and Catherine Mabee, DOB: 11/27/1838

 7/7     B (17) Jane Anna (2-4-8-3-9-2), parents: Nicholas Brooks and Margaret Mabee, DOB: 9/28/1838

 9/11    M (NYNP) Cornelius Mabee (2-7-8-5-2) of Palatine and Maria M. Gros of Canajoharie, daughter of Lawrence Gros Esq., in Canajoharie by the Rev. Whiteman (Weidman)

NOTE: From the Mohawk Courier, Little Falls, and the Evangelical Magazine & Gospel Advocate, Utica, 4 Oct 1839.

 12/6    Birth of Foster Nostrand (2-3-3-5-8-1), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1840

 5/4 6/1    Death of Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7), age 70

From the Shaker Death Records, NEHGS, Vol. 115, page 125.

 6/1    M (see below) Elisha Snethen, Jr. of New York to Catharine Glen (2-3-3-5-7) daughter of Simon Mabee of Southbury, Conn., in Southbury by Rev Mr. Wetmore

Marriage notice in the New York Evening Post of 6/5/1840.

 8/9     B (17) Agnes (2-4-8-3-9-3), parents: Nicholas Brooks and Margaret Mabee, DOB: 5/29

 10/20    Birth (see below) Abram Mabee (2-3-7-1-1-4), parents: Harmanus Mabee and Maria Newkirk

From Abram's Family Sketch in the History of Montgomery County County by Washington Frothingham (1892).

1841

 5/4    Death of Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7), age 70

From the Shaker Death Records, NEHGS, Vol. 115, page 125.

 3/2     B (no record found) Daniel (2-7-8-5-2-7), parents: Cornelius Mabee and wife Maria

NOTE: Date of Birth taken from Tombstone in Fox Cemetery. Date of Death listed as 4/21/1842

 3/22    Birth of Edward Tiers (2-3-3-5-8-2), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys. This same source says Edward died 8/12/1843.

 7/25     M(see below) Jacob G. Mabee (2-3-3-5-9) and Mary J. Pearce

From Connecticutt Marriages, 1729 - 1867
NOTE: Same source also gives date as 8/7/1841

 9/30    M (30) George C. Mabee (2-4-8-3-7) and Sarah Ann Swart (2-4-8-8-5), daughter of Yellis Swart of Florida.

1842

 3/14     B (see below) Abraham (2-3-7-1-1-4), parents: Harmanus and Maria Mabee
                        From the records of the 2nd Dutch Reformed Church, Auriesville, Montgomery County, NY.

 4/6     B (see below) Charlotte Elizabeth (2-3-7-1-2-3), parents: Henry and Susan Mabee
                        From the records of the 2nd Dutch Reformed Church, Auriesville, Montgomery County, NY.

NOTE: It appears that Susan is either an incorrect entry or the second wife of Henry.

 7/16    Death of Simon Mabee (2-3-3-5), "in his 76th year," reported in the New York Post. He died the previous Friday.

NOTE: Simon's death was also reported in the New York Herald of 7/17.

 10/26    Birth of George J. W. (2-3-3-5-8-3), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.  
NOTE: George resided in Denver, CO.

1843

 1/11     M (see below) Abraham Mayby (JP-1-4-10), age 33, son of David, and Felicia Chauvin, age 17. daughter of Lambert Chauvin
                        From: Ste. Anne (French) Catholique Church, Detroit, Michigan

NOTE: Abraham had previously abaondoned his first wife, Mary, and their four children in Oswego, County, NY The four children were: Joseph W. Maybee (JP-1-4-10-1); Aaron M. Maybee (JP-1-4-10-2); Orren Maybee (JP-1-4-10-3) and Adaline (JP-1-4-10-4)

NOTE: The records of this same church include the baptisms of 4 children of this second marriage of Abraham: Lambert Maybee (JP-1-4-10-5), bap. 9/30/1845, born 4/23/1845, resided in Huron Co., MI; David Maybee (JP-1-4-10-6), bap. 6/7/1847, born 4/26/1847, appears to have died young; Elizabeth Maybee (JP-1-4-10-7), bap.2/10/1849, born 2/6/1849 Leander Maybee (JP-1-4-10-8), bap. 11/9/1850, born 10/25/1850, resided in Huron Co., MI

 1/24    M (15) Hiram Rowland and Catherine Mabee (2-3-7-6-4)

 4/10    M (NYNP) Walter Wheeler and Mary Mabie, both of Danube
                       married in Little Falls by Rev. C. W. Lee

NOTE: From Little Falls Mohawk Courier

11/4     B (13) Simon Van Dervolgen (2-4-8-3-6-6), parents: Myndert Veeder and Catherine Mabie, DOB: 5/20

1844

 4/14    B (13) John Alexander (2-4-8-3-5-5), parents: Simon Mabie and Hannah Marlett, DOB: 2/20/1840.

 4/14    B (13) Margaret Ann (2-4-8-3-5-6), parents: Simon Mabie and Hannah Marlett, DOB: 2/17

 5/8    Birth of Emily Tiers (2-3-3-5-8-4), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

11/3     B (13) Hester Eve (2-4-8-3-3-1-1), parents: Andrew Gregg and Cornelia Mabie

1845

 3/13     M (see below) Noble E. Wilcox and Ann Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-4)

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 4/?    B (see below) Leonard Snethen (2-3-3-5-10-1), parents: Alexander N. and Alice L. Mabee, DOB: 1/18/1845

Baptized in the Allen St. Methodist Church, NY City, by Robert Teney.

 12/18     M (see below) Abraham Shannon and Catherine Mabee, by Rev. Rawson

NOTE: From the Schenectady Democrat and Reflector
NOTE: Catherine was a daughter of Aaron Maybee (2-4-7-1-1).

1846

 4/5     Birth of Julia Bach (2-3-3-5-8-5), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

 7/5     Death of Mary Elizabeth Weller Mabee, wife of Simon Mabee (2-4-7-1-1-7).

NOTE: From tombstone in Old Reformed Church Cemetery, Scotia, NY, died 7/5/1846, age 22 years, 1 month, 24 days

 12/10     M (see below) Jacob B. Argersinger and Maria Mabee (2-3-7-1-2-1), by G. L. Roof, pastor
                        From the records of the 2nd Dutch Reformed Church, Auriesville, Montgomery County, NY.

1847

 1/14     M (14) Levi R. Reynolds and Agnes S. Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-1), both of Glenville

NOTE: From the Burial Records of the Scotia Baptist Church, where Levi was the minister, Levi (b. 1825, d. 1896) and Agnes had 3 children: Mary F. (no dates), Almeda (d. 9/21/1865, aged 7 years, 2 months, 20 days), and Alvin P., their only son (d. 2/19/1876, aged 5 years, 11 months, 20 days.

 3/5     Birth of Douglas William (2-3-3-5-8-6), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

 5/28     Birth of Mary, daughter of James and Elizabeth Mabee

NOTE: Births in the Town of Glen, Montgomery Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 8, No. 3, September 1968, page 156)

 6/8     Birth of William D. Santianna (JP-1-8-?-5), son of Levi and Margaret Mabee

NOTE: Vital records for the year ending 12/31/1847 from Book 1 of the Town of Pendleton, Niagara Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1983, page 111)

 7/4     M (see below) Silas Collar and Polly Mabee (JP-3-9-9)

NOTE: From the records of the Royalton Church of Christ, Niagara Co., NY

NOTE: In addition to the date of marriage, the following information is contained in a family Bible given to Polly Collar by her mother in 1848: Silas Collar born 12/20/1818, died 9/2/1858; Polly Mabee born 7/12/1824, died 2/23/1905; Henry Oscar Collar born 6/4/1848, married 3/17/1877 Artimicia C. Baker born 11/23/1856; Francis Llewellyn Collar born 5/13/1850; Mary Elizabeth Collar born 3/25/1852, died 9/16/1860; John Jay Collar born 10/26/1854; Phebe Louisa Collar born 11/10/1856, died 4/23/1857; and Desire Mabee Collar born 6/7/1858, died 2/7/1888, married 6/6/1877 Russel B. Pruden born 11/23/1848. Also listed in the Bible are children of Henry Oscar Collar (Elsie Alice Collar born 2/1/1878 and Phebe Elizabeth Collar born 2/11/1882) and children of Desire Mabee Collar Pruden (Merrill B. Pruden born 3/26/1879, Elmer Jay Pruden born 2/17/1881 and Libbie Ann Pruden born 12/21/1886.

 7/5     Birth of Maria Amelia (JP-1-8-?-1), daughter of William and Lydia Mabee

NOTE: Vital records for the year ending 12/31/1847 from Book 1 of the Town of Pendleton, Niagara Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1983, page 111)

 8/9     Death of Edward Mabee (JP-1-8-?) of Wheatfield, age 27, single, of diarrhea

NOTE: Vital records for the year ending 12/31/1847 from Book 1 of the Town of Pendleton, Niagara Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1983, page 112).

 9/6     M (see below) Simon Mabee (2-4-7-1-1-7) and Esther Christiance, both of Glenville, in Glenville, by Rev. Mr. Frazer

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 10/5/1847
NOTE: Second marriage for Simon. This marriage announcement was also carried in the Schenectady Cabinet, and transcriptions of both papers state that both were from Scotia.

 10/18    M (see below) Ambrose S. Mabee (2-7-8-5-2-3) and Sarah Ann Mabie (2-7-8-5-7-1)

NOTE: From biography of Ambrose Mabee. This date is also given by the family Bible belonging to Sarah Ann. From this Bible, Ambrose and Sarah Ann had 5 daughters: Annie Elizabeth, born 8/19/1852; Emily Gertrude, born 11/26/1854, married Allen H. Avery Jr. on 2/15/1877; Amelia Maria, born 11/4/1856, married S. Egbert Avery in 1878; Florence Nightengale, born 5/8/1863, married Cyrus Leonard Tremper 1/16/1885; and Margaret Viola, born 6/4/1865.

10/20    M (see below) Simeon Maybee (2-7-8-5-4-3), 25, of Manlius, to Delilia Cory, 19,
                       by Rev. Ira Warren

NOTE: Marriages in the Town of Truxton, Cortland Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1964, page 77)
NOTE: Family Bible has date as 10/4/1847

11/25    M (see below) Benjamin Faulknor, 25, and Mary E. (2-3-7-1-1-1), 20

NOTE: Marriages in the Town of Glen, Montgomery Co., NY (see Tree Talks, Vol. 4, No. 2, June 1964, page 88) NOTE: Mary is mentioned as a sister of Abram Mabee and Peter Mabee in both of their Family Sketches in The History of Montgomery County. From her tombstone in Auriesville Cemetery, Mary E. Mabee (2-3-7-1-1-1), wife of Benj. A. Faulknor, died 7/23/1913 at age 86 years.

1848

 4/20    M (see below) Charles M. Cole and Catharine Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-7)

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1849

NOTE: Death of Henry Mabby (2-7-8-7-1-6), age 7, in October 1849, Town of Rutland, Jefferson Co., NY, is noted in the Mortality Schedule of the 1850 US Federal Census.

NOTE: Death of John Mabee (JP-3-9) of the Town of Royalton, Niagara Co., NY, age 67, is noted in his obituary dated 9/6/1849.

 5/24    M (see below) Mr. Putman of East Rotterdam and Angelica Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-1) of West Rotterdam

NOTE: From the Schenectady Cabinet (groom’s name not given).

11/8    Death of Mrs. Susanna N. Mabee, widow of Simon (2-3-3-5), reported in the New York Post. A memorial in St. Mark's Church in the Bowery reads: "Erected to the memory of my Beloved Mother, Susan Mabee, who died Nov. 8th, 1849, Aged 71 years. Susanna's death was also reported in the New York Herald of 11/10.

1850

 7/9    Death of Nicholas A. Bradt, husband of Margaret Mabee (2-4-8-5), in Rotterdam

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector.

 12/11    Death of Margaret Mabee (2-4-8-5), widow of the late Nicholas A. Bradt

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 12/20/1850.

12/26    M (13) Jacob Schuyler and Maria Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-2)

NOTE: A notice in the Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church of 1/9/1851 identifies Maria as the daughter of Mr. Simon Mabee.

1851

 3/4     M (see below) Marcus Mabee (JP-3-9-10) and Eliz. Priestley of Pittsford

NOTE: From the publication Souvenir History of Niagara County

 3/28    B (13) Esther Jane (2-4-8-3-5-7), parents: Symon Mabee and Hannah Marlett, DOB: 8/29/1847

 3/28    B (13) Ratchel Francis (2-4-8-3-5-8), parents: Symon Mabee and Hannah Marlett, DOB: 8/20/1849

 3/28    B (13) John Van Patten (2-4-8-3-7-1), parents: George C. Mabee and Sarah A. Swart, DOB: 5/28/1844

 3/28    B (13) Ellen Jane (2-4-8-3-7-2), parents: George C. Mabee and Sarah A. Swart, DOB: 5/7/1846

 3/28    B (13) Giles (2-4-8-3-7-3), parents: George C. Mabee and Sarah A. Swart, DOB: 2/9/1848

 12/27    Birth of Addie Tiers (2-3-3-5-8-7), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1852

NOTE: Will of George C. Mabee (2-4-8-3-7), of the Town of Rotterdam, Schenectady County, dated 7/16/1852, proved 8/18/1852, mentions wife Sarah Ann. George and Sarah Ann had three children, John V. P., Ellen Jane and Giles S. Ellen Jane married John Walton Jr. in 1862 (see below). John V. P. Mabee served in the Army in 1864 & 1865, then moved to Wisconsin. He wrote a letter to his cousin Jacob Mabee from Plymouth, Wis. on 3/23/1866, and his wife, Celeste Swart, also wrote a letter to her mother from Plymouth on 2/21/1867. Giles joined John in Wisconsin, and both are found in the 1870 census in Plymouth, Sheboygan County. In the 1880 census, John had two children, Nina and Giles C. (born 10/31/1878), while Giles S. was married to Hester with no children. From Wisconsin records, Giles S. married Hester Swart on 9/30/1870. Nina married MacGraw Evans on 12/25/1888.

 3/13    M (15) John Mabee of Glen and Jane A. Davis of Glen

 8/5     M (14) John C. Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-2), 20, and Elizabeth Daggert, 15, both of Glenville
                       witnesses: Jane Helen and Rosalie Myers

NOTE: John and Elizabeth later lived in Saratoga County.

 8/17     M (see below) George P. Reynold and Sarah A. Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-3), both of Glenville, by Rev. H. G. Day

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 8/20/1852.

1853

 1/2     M (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Charlton) Isaac A. Maybee (2-4-7-1-1-3), of Glenville, and Gertrude Van Eps, of Glenville

 1/19    M (Fayetteville Pres. Ch., Onondaga Co.) Jacob Crouse and Eliza Mabie (2-7-8-5-1-8)

 5/6     Death of Mary M. Mabee (2-4-7-1-1-7-3), daughter of Simon and Esther

NOTE: From tombstone in Old Reformed Church Cemetery, Scotia, NY, died 5/6/1853, age 3 days.

 9/12    Birth of Maggie Nostrand (2-3-3-5-8-8), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1854

 7/20     Death of Henrietta M. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10-5), daughter of Alex and Alice Mabee, 10 months

NOTE: From the New York Herald of 7/22 and the Brooklyn Eagle of 7/21.

 8/?     B (23) Nicholas Gross (2-7-8-5-2-9), parents: Cornelius Mabee and Maria Gross

NOTE: In record, father’s first name is shown as Co(nrd)ius and the mother’s name is not shown. It is also unknown how many other children Cornelius had between Daniel in 1841 and Nicholas. However, based on the 1850 Census, there was one son, Albert (2-7-8-5-2-8), born 1843. It appears that Nicholas died young.

1855

 7/25    Birth of Courtland Babcock (2-3-3-5-8-9), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1856

NOTE: Will of David Mabie (2-7-8-5-4), late of Manlius, Onondaga County, dated 6/15/1853 and proved 3/21/1856. Mentions wife Catherine, sons Simon, William, Oliver (directs he must support his invalid brother William), daughters Lany, Irene, Ann and Catherine; brother Elisha.

NOTE: According to a biography of Oliver Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-5), David and Catherine had 9 children, "6 of whom are now living." However, the Family Bible records only 7 children as identified herein.

NOTE: From her tombstone in Bidwell Road Cemetery, Parish, Oswego County, Nancy Maybee House (JP-1-4-2) died on 10/4/1856, age 66 years, 8 days. Her husband Abraham House died 5/20/1865, age 79 years, 25 days. Also buried in the same cemetery are their children Emily C. (died 3/14/1857, age 21 years, 10 months, 14 days), Simon (1817 - 1890), Caroline (b. 1820) wife of Amos Martin, and Abram (1823 - 1863). According to House Family genealogies, other children of Nancy were: Andrew, Philena, Alonzo, Leonard, Norman who went to Chile South America and died there, and Conrad. All except Norman lived in Oswego County.

 1/15    M (see below) Alexander Hamilton Ayres of Fort Plain, and Christiana L. Mabee (2-7-8-5-2-5)

NOTE: From both Ayres genealogy and the biography of Cornelius Mabee.
NOTE: From her tombstone (Fox Cemetery), Christiana died 11/14/1856.

 12/24    M (NYNP) Aaron Maybe (2-4-7-1-2-4) and Catharine E. Stevens, all of Glenville,
                by Rev. P. H. Burghardt

NOTE: From Marriages Published in the Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church From 1830 to 1871, Vol. 7

1857

NOTE: Champion Cemetery, town of Stark, Herkimer Co.: James Mabie, died 9/22/1857, age 22

 5/25    Birth of John Allston (2-3-3-5-8-10), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

 8/14    M (see below) Alexander Hamilton Ayres of Fort Plain, and Emily G. Mabee (2-7-8-5-2-6)

NOTE: From both Ayres genealogy and the biography of Cornelius Mabee.

12/15    M (NYNP) William Fuller, of Ballston, and Helen Maria Maybee (2-4-7-1-2-5), of Glenville by Rev. David Tully

NOTE: From the Ballston Journal of 12/22/1857.

1859

 1/30    Birth of William Marsh (2-3-3-5-8-11), parents: George J. W. Mabee and Margaret Nostrand

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1860

 2/1     Death of Esther Chrisiance Mabee, wife of Simon Mabee (2-4-7-1-1-7)

NOTE: From tombstone in Old Reformed Church Cemetery, Scotia, NY, died 2/1/1860, age 31 years, 7 months, 1 day

12/25    M (13) Oliver Putman and Catheren E. Mabbee (2-4-8-3-5-4), both of Roterdam

1861

NOTE: Tombstone in Manlius Center Cemetery, Onondaga Co., lists Margaret Mabie, d. 2/15/1861, age 88. It is possible that this was the wife of Harmanus Mabee (2-3-9-4).

 11/26    M (see below) Oliver Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-5) and Rebecca A. Chaffee, daughter of Stephen F.

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151. Also found in Oliver’s biography.

1862

NOTE: Will of Joseph Maybee (JP-1-4-6), of the Town of Parish, Oswego County, dated 6/2/1862, probated 6/6/1864, states that Joseph was 66 years old at the time the will was written, mentions wife Mariah (this was Joseph's second wife, see 1834 above), daughters Nancy and Alice (both unmarried), daughter Calarissa, wife of Harley Surgent, daughter Sally, wife of Horace Hays, son Joseph and son Charles. An interesting provision of this will is that the inheritence of son Charles was contingent upon his returning to Parish within ten years of Joseph's death. A parenthetical expression notes that Charles was "supposed to be in California now". See also notes under 1912 below.

NOTE: From her tombstone in Pleasant Lawn Cemetery, Parish, Oswego County, daughter Alice G., wife of William Edick, was born in 1848 and died in 1916. Buried in the same plot is Joseph's wife Maria, born in 1816, died 1890. Also in the same plot are William Edick (1845 - 1926), and Kittie R. Edick (1872 - 1872).

 8/4    Birth of an unnamed son (2-7-8-5-4-5-1) of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie, died in childbirth

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

10/21    Died in Brooklyn, NY, Maggie Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-8), daughter of George J. W. and Margaret T. Mabee, aged 9 years and 1 month.

NOTE: From the NY Times of 10/23/1862 and also published in the NY Herald of the same date.

10/28    M (see below) Jerome B. Maybee (2-4-7-1-2-7) and Jemima Berry, both of Glenville, by the Rev. Seelye.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Democrat and Reflector.

11/12    M (NYNP) John Walton, Jr. of Glenville and Ellen Jane Mabee (2-4-8-3-7-2) of Rotterdam,
            in Rotterdam by Rev. George H. Peeke

NOTE: From Marriages Published in the Christian Intelligencer of the Reformed Dutch Church From 1830 to 1871, Vol. 9.

1863

NOTE: Tombstone in Bidwell Road Cemetery, Parish, Oswego County, lists (on one monument) Milo M. Coan (1805 - 1891); his wife, Elizabeth E. Maybee (JP-1-4-12) (1807 - 1863); and their children: Warren (1836 - 1840), David (1838 - 1838), Henry (1840 - 1841), Marcia (1843 - 1844), and Albert H. (1834 - 1914); and Mary R. Wing, wife of Albert (1837 - 1896).

1864

 9/7     M (see below) George F. Dunbar of Lockport and Miss Hattie E. Mabee (JP-3-9-2-6)
                       at the residence of the bride's father, John Mabee, Esq., Royalton, Niagara Co., NY

NOTE: Published in the Lockport Daily Journal of 9/8/1864.
See Tree Talks, Vol. 11, No. 4, December 1971, page 206.

1865

NOTE: Will of Cornelius Mabee (2-7-8-5-2) of the Town of Palentine, Montgomery County, dated 10/14/1865, proved 12/16/1869, mentions wife Maria M.; sons Jerome A., Ambrose S., and Albert G.; daughters Ann Margaret Mabee and Emily G. Ayres wife of Alexander; and granddaughter Sarah E. Loomis, the only child of deceased daughter Emilia. Wife Maria died at age 80 on 2/9/1881 while living in Lansing Michigan and was buried in the Fort Plain Cemetery in Montgomery County, NY.

 7/2     M (see below) Alphonso Mabee (JP-3-9-5-1) of Lockport and Libbie Silsey of Orangeport,
                       at the residence of the bride's father in Orangeport by Rev. Kelton

NOTE: From the Lockport Daily Journal of 7/7/1865.

 7/30     Birth of David S. (2-7-8-5-4-5-2), son of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1866

NOTE: Will of Elisha Mabie (2-7-8-5-7), late of Manlius, dated 12/23/1865 and probated 5/21/1866. Mentions wife Anna Mabie; nephew Oliver Mabie (received money to provide care for Oliver’s crippled brother William Mabie), daughter Sarah Ann Mabie, wife of Ambrose S. Mabie.

NOTE: Tombstone from Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, NY, lists (all on one large monument): Elisha Mabie (2-7-8-5-7), died 4/9/1866, age 60 years, 1 month, 4 days; Anna Myers, wife of Elisha, 1812 – 1896, Margaret Mabie, 1824 – 1911, Sarah Ann Mabee, 1829 – 1911, Ambrose S. Mabee, 1821 – 1906, Margaret V. Mabee, 1865 – 1882, Emily G. Mabee Avery, 1854 – 1902, C. L. Tremper, 1857 – 1907, and Florence Mabee, 1863 – 1926. Note that Ambrose S. Mabee, who married Elisha’s daughter Sarah Ann, is (2-7-8-5-2-3) the son of Cornelius, thus accounting for the spelling variation. Finally, Cyrus L. Tremper was married to Florence Mabee.

 2/7     M (see below) George H. Cronyn and Emily Tiers Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-4),
                       oldest daughter of George J. W. Mabee, at the Church of the Messiah
                       by the Rev. D. V. M. Johnson.

NOTE: From the New York Times of 2/9/1866 and also published in the New York Herald on the same date.

 10/16     Death of Mary Mabee, age 94, widow of Abraham Mabee (JP-1-7)

From the Shaker Death Records, NEHGS, Vol. 115, page 127.

 11/17     M (NYM) Leonard S. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10-1), age 21, of Brooklyn, and Maria Louisa Styles, 18, of NYC. Witnesses: Mrs. Elizabeth R. Styles and Alice D. Mabee, St. Paul's Methodist Church, Mulberry Street, NY City

NOTE: From census data, Leonard was the son of Alex Mabee. Also from census data Leonard and Maria appear to have had 2 sons, Leonard S. and William (who died young), and a daughter Emma who died in 1877. The younger Leonard died in 1935, and from his obituary in the NY Times (7/13/1935) his mother Maria was still alive, dying in 1942. From the obituary, Leonard Jr. married Anna Adelaide Spence in 1897 (died 1930), and the couple were survived by two daughters, Mrs. Marie Lynch and Mrs. Elizabeth Aston. Leonard Jr., his wife, and his mother are all buried in the same plot in Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn.

1867

NOTE: Will of Isaac Maybee (2-4-7-1-2), farmer, of the Town of Glenville, dated 3/28/1867, proved 3/27/1869, mentions wife Nancy. A codicil dated 7/5/1867 also mentions "my six children", specifically naming son Aaron and his wife Catherine Elizabeth. Isaac's eldest two sons John and Abraham died earlier.

 5/13     Birth of Joel W. (2-7-8-5-4-5-3) and John H. (2-7-8-5-4-5-4), twin sons of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1868

NOTE: Aaron Maybee (2-4-7-1-1), of Glenville, died intestate, 5/4/1868. Petition 7/27/1868 by Simon Maybee, Glenville, lists heirs: sons Isaac and Simon Maybee and daughters Lavinia Watson and Elizabeth Berry, all of Glenville, John Mabie of Michigan, children of deceased daughter Helen (Isaac, Nicholas, and Symon Niles of Glenville, Edward Niles of Ballston, and Jane and Aaron Niles of Coxsackie), and John Shannon of Glenville (child of deceased daughter Catherine).

NOTE: Note on Elizabeth: she had been married to Cornelius Van Patten, and by 1860, he had died and she was a widow. Apparently she remarried after that census.

NOTE: On 7/27/1868, Simon Maybee (2-4-7-1-1-7) signed administrator’s bond for the estate of Sophia Maybee (wife of Aaron). Sophia had died 12/22/1865 at which time Aaron was still living.

11/25    M (see below) Foster N. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-1), Paymaster Erie Railway, and Libbie Campbell, of Owego

Marriage Notices in the Goshen Independent Republican. Record also appears in the Index to Marriages & Deaths in the New York Herald 1864-1870 with a date of publication of 11/28/1868.

1869

 7/29    Birth registration of William Mabee, parents: Leonard S. Mabee, Mary Louise Styles

Registered in Brooklyn, Kings County, NY

1870

 2/15    M (see below) Alexander A. Barbey and Julia Bach Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-5)

NOTE: From Index to Marriages & Deaths in the New York Herald 1864-1870 (date of publication)
NOTE: The Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys states that Julia married Edward Schofield.

 2/23    Death of Alexander A. Barbey, in Brooklyn, in the 27th year of his age. Son of Andrew and Mary Adelaide Barbey. See his marriage to Julia Bach Mabee just one week earlier..

NOTE: From the NY Herald of 2/25/1870.

 9/18    Birth of Catharine Josephine (2-7-8-5-4-5-5), daughter of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

 9/25    Death notice of George J. W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8), "in his 57th year," appeared in both the New York Times and New York Herald of 9/27/1870.

1871

 3/16    Death of John A. Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5), age 31, at his residence in the Town of Rotterdam.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star of 3/17/1871.

 9/11    Death of Foster Nostrand (2-3-3-5-8-1-1), infant son of Foster N. and Sarah Elizabeth Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-1), aged 1 month and 21 days.

NOTE: From the NY Herald Tribune of 9/13/1871.

 11/8    M (see below) Alfred H. Lounsbury and Addie T. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-7), daughter of the late George J. W. Mabee, all of Brooklyn, by the Rev. D.V.M. Johnson at St. Mary’s Church.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Eagle of 11/9/1871.

1872

NOTE: Will of Martin Mabie (2-7-8-11), late of Spafford, NY, dated 8/7/1868 and probated 11/12/1872. States his age is 81 years. Mentions: daughter Lucinda Taft and daughter Maria Mabie (2-7-8-11-1) (Maria inherited the family farm in Spafford). From Genealogy Notes of the Town of Spafford (published by the Onondaga Historical Society), census data and the probate documents of daughter Maria (see 1884), Lucinda was married to Thomas J. Taft and Martin also had a daughter Sarah McKay (married to Augustin McKay Jr.) and sons John M. Mabie, Aaron Mabie and Hiram Mabie. All except Hiram were still alive at the time of Maria’s death in 1884. Hiram married Emaline Osborne on 3/31/1850 and moved to Wabaunsee County Kansas in 1858 where he died on 5/5/1859. Hiram and Emaline adopted Laura, the niece of Emaline, and Laura married Lauren Newell in 1871. Emaline married second Joseph W. Emerson on 8/30/1864.

NOTE: The following tombstone inscriptions are from Cold Brook (South Spafford) Cemetery in Onondaga County: Martin (2-7-8-11), d. 7/15/1872, age 85 yrs., 4 mos., 5 days; Gertrude, wife of Martin, d. 8/13/1868, age 81 yrs., 6 mos., 3 days; Maria, daughter of Martin and Gertrude, b. 3/10/1812, d. 9/29/1884; and Lucinda Mabie Taft, wife of Thomas Taft, b. 1830, d. 1909.

 4/16    Death of Hester Jane (2-4-8-3-5-7), daughter of Simon and Hannah Mabee, aged 25 years.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector.

 5/8    M (see below) D. W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-6) of Brooklyn, NY, and Nancie Post, daughter of W. M. Post, of Susquehanna, PA, in Susquehanna by the Rev. W. M. Hitchcock.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Eagle of 5/10/1872.

 9/4    Birth of Oliver C. (2-7-8-5-4-5-6), son of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie.

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1873

NOTE: Will of Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5), of the Town of Rotterdam, Schenectady County, dated 3/12/1873, proved 2/2/1880, mentions son Jacob (2-4-8-3-5-3), daughters Eva Angelica Putnam (2-4-8-3-5-1), Maria Schuyler (2-4-8-3-5-2), Catherine Eliza Putnam (2-4-8-3-5-4), Margaret Ann Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-6), Rachel Frances Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-8), and grandchildren (all children of son John A. Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5)): Melisa Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5-1), Eva Angelica Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5-2) and Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5-3). Simon was buried in the Mabee farm cemetery in 1879. His wife, Hannah Marlette Mabee was buried there in 1873. Son John Alexander Mabee was buried there in 1871, as was his wife, Helen Maria Walker Mabee. Daughter Hester Jane was buried there in 1872. Son Jacob Mabee was also buried there in 1885. Finally, daughter Margaret was buried there in 1914.

 3/3    Death of Hannah Marlett, wife of Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5).

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 3/6/1873.

 6/30    Death of Nannie J. Post, wife of Douglas W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-6), aged 23 years, at Binghamton, NY.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Eagle of 7/2/1873.

1874

NOTE: Nancy Mabee, widow of Isaac (2-4-7-1-2), died 12/5/1874, with the following heirs: sons Nicholas (2-4-7-1-2-6), Aaron R. (2-4-7-1-2-4) and Jerome B. Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-7), and daughters Clara Ann Vanderheiden (2-4-7-1-2-3), Helen Fuller (2-4-7-1-2-5) and Mary Jane Van Patten (2-4-7-1-2-8).

 3/10    Death of Eve Angelica Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-1), wife of Andrew Y. Putman, in the 45th year of her age..

NOTE: From the Schenectady Daily Union of 3/10/1874.

 9/9     M (15) Abram Mabee (2-3-7-1-1-4) of Glen N.Y. and Anna Schuyler of Glen N.Y.

The identification of Abram is verified by his family sketch in The History of Montgomery County. Anna was the daughter of George S. and Clarissa (Van Schayck) Schuyler.

1875

NOTE: Will of Polly Chubb Mabee (widow of John Mabee (JP-3-9)), of the Town of Royalton, Niagara County, dated 4/10/1875, proved on 11/17/1879, mentions children John Mabee, Polly Collar(wife of Silas Collar), Benjamin C. Mabee and Marcus Mabee. Also mentions Mary Mabee, widow of son James Mabee.

A Bible record for this family states that John Mabee and Polly Chubb were married on 3/28/1809 by Samuel Spafford in Northfield, Ontario County. This Bible also recorded the births of their children: James, born 3/13/1810 (died 1/17/1852 at sea en route to California); John, born 2/29/1812 (died 7/17/1887); an unnamed daughter born 1/29/1814 (died at birth); an unnamed son born 2/25/1815 (died at birth); Benjamin C. born 6/22/1816 (died 1/16/1894); and Christina (died young); Sarah (died young) and Christiana (twins) born 4/2/1822; Polly born 7/12/1824; Marcus born 8/26/1827; and an unnamed daughter born 9/6/1831 (died at birth). This comports with a letter written by the deputy historian of Niagara County in 1958 that states John and Polly had 5 sons and 6 daughters, with only 4 sons and 1 daughter surviving childhood. Other marriages listed in this Bible record are: James Mabee and Mary Cross on 5/27/1832; John Mabee and Desire T. Slayton on 2/27/1834; Benjamin C. Mabee and Sarah Williams on 11/17/1836; Silas Collar and Polly Mabee on 7/4/1847; and Marcus Mabee and Elizabeth C. Priestley on 3/4/1851. A Family Bible Record for the family of Benjamin Chubb Mabee and Sarah Williams gives the following additional birth dates: Sarah Williams, born 12/26/1817; Alphonzo Mabee born 11/5/1838; Oscar Mabee born 8/24/1841 (died 2/17/1844); Sarah Mabee born 8/7/1843 (died 8/17/1843); John Mabee born 12/30/1850; and Frank B. Mabee born 12/8/1857 (died 6/21/1928). From census data, it is apparent that after 1860 Benjamin and Sarah took in (possibly adopted) a girl named Ida Bartley, born 10/3/1855. From a small book inscribed "Presented to Ida Mabee from Grandma Mabee", Ida married Robert (Bobby) C. Jahne on 7/29/1876 in Richland Co., Ohio and had children: Charles Robert born 3/22/1877; Walter Kurt born 10/2/1878; Maria Johanna born 4/6/1880 (died 8/1/1880); Ernest Morris born 10/25/1881; Edna born 2/17/1883 (died 6/9/1883); Clara Armeda born 2/16/1888 (died 7/11/1888); and Herbert Maurice born 9/24/1892. Also related to this family are several interments in the Mabee Cemetery in Gasport, Niagara County: John Mabee (JP-3-9), died 9/1/1849, age 67 years, 8 months, 12 days, James H., son of James and Mary Mabee, died 4/5/1839, age 7 months, 14 days, Sarah Cordelia, daughter of James and Mary Mabee, drowned 8/18/1844, age 7 years, 4 months, 21 days, Maryette, daughter of John and Desire Mabee, died 9/15/1836, age 19 days, Joshua, son of John and Desire Mabee, died 5/6/1838, age 22 days, Fernando J., son of John and Desire Mabee, died 7/10/1848, age 3 years, 6 months, Sarah A., daughter of John and Desire Mabee, died 7/13/1848, age 1 years, 4 months, a blank tombstone, died 5/11/1846, age 9 months, 28 days, Silas Collar, died 9/2/1858, age 39 years, 8 months, 18 days, Phoebe L., daughter of Silas and Polly Collar, died 4/23/1857, age 5 months, 13 days, and Mary E., daughter of Silas and Polly Collar, died 9/16/1860, age 8 years, 5 months, 22 days. Finally, from the Orangeport Cemetary, Town Royalton: Marcus Mabee 1827-1901, Elizabeth C. 1831-1902, wife, Marcus Jr. 1869-1893, Eugene H., 1856-1932, Alice D., 1850-1955, Mabel W. 1902-1967 and Marcus R., 1898-1952.

NOTE: Tombstone/Internment data from Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison Co., NY, lists: Albert Mabie, b. 3/28/1810 in Palatine, d. 2/11/1875; Maria Ehle, his wife, b. 9/12/1813, d. 8/24/1875; Margaret A. Mabie, wife of Richard Campbell, b. 5/15/1834, d. 11/8/1856; Albert H. Mabie, b. 11/28/1845, d. 4/20/1868; and Ambrose S. Mabie, b. 2/5/1848, d. 5/27/1871.

  4/20    M (see below) George J. W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-3) of Central City, Colorado, and Hattie W. Darrow, of St. Louis, in St. Louis by the Rev. W. H. L. Githens.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Eagle of 4/30/1875.

  9/9 Deathof Catherine Maybee, age 71 (wife of Henry (2-3-7-1-5)).

NOTE: From the Pastoral Register of the Rev. Francis M. Kip, Jr. Pastor of the Protestant Dutch Reformed Church of Fultonville, and the Protestant Dutch Reformed Churches of Auriesville and Sprakers, New York, 1868-1883.

 10/13    M (see below) Douglas William Mabee (2-3-3-5-8-6) and Florence Louise West, of Ballston Spa,
            daughter of George and Louisa West.

NOTE: From Family History in Families of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys.

1876

NOTE: Will of Henry Mabee (2-3-7-1-2) of the Town of Glen, Montgomery County, dated 2/19/1876, proved 12/17/1877, mentions daughters Maria wife of Jacob B. Argersinger, Susan Hellen, widow of Douw Wemple, and Charlotte Elizabeth Mabee. Also mentioned is Lizzie Hellen, daughter of Maria and Jacob B. Argersinger.

NOTE: Will of Simon B. Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-4) of the Town of Sullivan, Madison County, dated 6/29/1876, proved 10/8/1880, mentions wife Delilah.

  1/19    Death of Catharine A., wife of Nicholas Mabee (2-4-8-3-8), aged 62 years.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star of 1/19/1876.

  2/24    M (see below) Albert Vedder and Sarah Mabee, both of Hoffman’s Ferry, by Rev. J. C. Lowe.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star of 3/1/1876.

 3/26    B (15) Abram Mabee (this appears to be an adult baptism for Abram (m. to Anna Schuyler))

  3/29    Birth of Henry Ehle (2-7-8-5-4-5-7), son of Oliver and Rebecca Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

  4/20    Death of William A. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10-1-2), aged 6 years, 9 months, 25 days, from inflammation of the brain, in New York City.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Eagle of 4/26/1876.

1877

  7/18    Death of Emma L. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10-1-3), age 5 ½ years, from a fall.

NOTE: From the Brooklyn Union-Argus of 7/18 (date of publication).

1878

NOTE: Will of Delilah Mabie [wife of Simon Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-4)] of the Town of Sullivan, Madison County, dated 4/2/1878, proved 3/31/1879, mentions daughter Emma Mabie, grandson Mabie W. Babcock, and brother-in-law Charles Cole.

 2/20    M (see below) Theodore Rynex and Anne Mabee

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star.

 10/22    M (see below) Dan F. Van Buren and Lottie E. Maybee (2-3-7-1-2-3), both of Auriesville

NOTE: From the Pastoral Register of the Rev. Francis M. Kip, Jr. Pastor of the Protestant Dutch Reformed Church of Fultonville, and the Protestant Dutch Reformed Churches of Auriesville and Sprakers, New York, 1868-1883.

1879

 10/22    M (see below) Daniel F. VanBuren and Lottie E. Mabee (2-3-7-1-2-3), by Rev. F. M. Kip, Jr.

From the records of the 2nd Dutch Reformed Church, Auriesville, Montgomery County, NY.

 11/2    Death of Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5), aged 74 years.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star.

1880

NOTE: Will of Nicholas Maybe (2-4-8-3-8) of the Town of Rotterdam, Schenectady County, dated 4/6/1880, proved 4/23/1880, mentions daughters Emily Jane (2-4-8-3-8-2) wife of Simon Van Derheyden, Rebecca (2-4-8-3-8-3) wife of Richard Walton and Angelica (2-4-8-3-8-6) wife of Theodore Rynex. Also mentions grandsons Alonzo Walton and Nicholas Cole & other children of deceased daughters Catherine Ann Cole (2-4-8-3-8-1), Margaret De Forest (2-4-8-3-8-4) and Sarah Marie Gardinier (2-4-8-3-8-6).

 4/8    Death of Nicholas Mabee (2-4-8-3-8), aged 67 years

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star.

 8/24     M (see below) Anthony Kirples of Schenectady and Louisa Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-2-1) of Glenville, by Rev. George Alexander

NOTE: From the Schenectady Daily Union of 8/26/1880.

 9/5    Death of Mrs. Maria Maybee, age 79 (widow of Harmanus (2-3-7-1-1)).

NOTE: From the Pastoral Register of the Rev. Francis M. Kip, Jr. Pastor of the Protestant Dutch Reformed Church of Fultonville, and the Protestant Dutch Reformed Churches of Auriesville and Sprakers, New York, 1868-1883.

 9/7     M (see below) William J. Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-2-2) of Glenville and Mary T. Kirpens of Schenectady, by Rev. George Alexander

NOTE: From the Schenectady Daily Union of 9/23/1880.

 9/24    Death of Frankie Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-6-2), age 6 years, son of Levi R. Mabee of Glenville.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Evening Star.

 12/13    Death of A. N. Mabee, aged 22 years, at Pleasantville, NY.

NOTE: From the NY Herald of 12/16/1880.

1881

NOTE: Will of John Mabie (2-7-8-5-1), late of Syracuse, NY, dated 2/16/1880 and probated 11/21/1881. Names Richard M. Campbell and Catherine R. Waggoner as heirs at law (not sole heirs). Mentions son John Mabie, Jr., daughter Mary A. Smith, daughter Margaret Mabie (inherited the family homestead at 56 Warren St. which is now downtown Syracuse), daughter Mrs. Catherine Waggoner and her daughter Miss Fannie Waggoner, daughter Mrs. Eliza Crouse wife of Jacob and her daughter Mrs. Lizzie Clock, daughter Mrs. Charlotte Cottin and Mrs. Fannie Prescott [relationship not stated but the will of John Mabie (Jr.) in 1902 shows Fannie Prescott is Charlotte’s daughter)], Mrs. Mariah Mabie, widow of deceased son Albert, and her daughter Charlot Hall; children of deceased daughter Mrs. Lucinda M. Cook (children not specifically named), grandson Charles M. Crouse.

 4/16    Death of Elizabeth E.(Daggert) Mabee, aged 41 years, widow of John C. Mabee (2-4-7-1-4-2).

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 4/21/1881.

 10/8    Death of John Mabie (2-7-8-5-1) in Syracuse, NY, aged 91 years, 11 months.

NOTE: From The Herkimer Democrat of 10/12/1881.

1883

 9/19     M (Princetown Reformed Church) George Scrafford of Schenectady and Rachel Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-8) of Rotterdam

 5/31    NOTE: From tombstone in Glenville Church Cemetery, Lansing Mabee died 5/31/1883, age 29-6

1884

NOTE: Letter of Administration for Mariah Mabie, late of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga Co., NY, dated 8 Oct 1884, names Aaron Mabie as Administrator. Misc. Orders and Decrees, Book M, p.297, dated 3 Dec 1885, is a petition filed by Aaron Mabie that says Maria Mabie, late of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga Co., NY, died intestate. The only persons with an interest in her estate are: Sarah McKay, Lucinda Taft, John M. Mabie and Aaron Mabie, all of full age. They each received one-fourth of her estate (i.e. $140.26 each). Note: Cemetery data indicates this Maria is the unmarried daughter of Martin & Gertrude. See his will above.

 5/29    Death of Alex N. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10), in the 66th year of his age.

NOTE: From the NY Herald of 5/30/1884.

 9/3    M (see below) Barney Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-2-2) and Miss Mary Fleming both of Hermon
            by Rev. R. Jones

NOTE: Reported in the Gouverneur Herald, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

1885

 4/22    Death of Jacob S. Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-3), aged 50 years.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Reflector of 4/30/1885.

 7/4    M (see below) John H. Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-4-1) age 26, born in Hermon, NY, son of Nelson Maybee and L. Poole, married Clara Woods, age 25, born in So. Edwards, daughter of Edward S. Woods and L. Austin, in Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

NOTE: From Marriage Records of the Town of Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

 12/20    Death of John P. Mabie (2-3-3-3-1-4), "in the forty-first year of his age", in Philadelphia.

From the Philadelphia Inquirer of 12/24/1885.

1887

 1/31    Death of Sylvanus Maybee (JP-1-4-10-3-2), aged 25 years, 8 months, born in Oswego Co., NY, son of Orrin and Sarah Maybee, died in Gouverneur, St. Lawrence Co., NY, reported by Joseph Maybee (JP-1-4-10-3-1).

NOTE: From Certificate of Death
NOTE: Orrin Maybee was a son of Abraham Maybee, who in turn was a son of David Maybee (JP-1-4). Abraham (JP-1-4-10) was married to Mary, and they had 4 children (Joseph W. Maybee, Aaron M. Maybee, Orrin Maybee and Adeline Maybee) who lived in Oswego County, NY. Abraham abandoned his family prior to 1840 and moved to Michigan and had a second family (see Wayne Co., MI in 1850 census and see Detroit marriage record in 1843 above).

 12/6    Death of Alice D. Mabee, widow of Alex N. Mabee (2-3-3-5-10), at the age of 66.

From the Brooklyn Eagle of 12/8/1887.

1888

 1/31    Death of Simon Mabee (JP-1-7-1), age 90.

According to his Massachusetts Death Record, Simon's father was named Abraham, and Simon was born near Schuyler Lake, which is in Otsego County, NY. This information, along with a newspaper article from the Otsego Herald of 11/29/1798 was critical in the identification of Simon's father as a son of Joseph Mabee (JP-1).

1889

NOTE: Letter Of Administration for the estate of Margaret Mabie, dated 23 Apr 1889, names John Mabie as Administrator. Misc. Orders & Decrees Book R, p.264 refers to land with mortgage owned by deceased in South Dakota.

11/12    Death of Helen Jane Swart Mabee, wife of Nicholas Mabee

NOTE: From tombstone in Old Reformed Church Cemetery, Scotia, NY, born 8/10/1846, died 11/12/1889

1890

 12/16    M (see below) George Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-4-4), age 23, born in Edwards, NY, son of Nelson Maybee and Eliza Pool, married Nora French, age 19, born in Fine, daughter of Sylvester French and Ester Manchester, in Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

NOTE: From Marriage Records of the Town of Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

1891

NOTE: The Will of William Smith, dated 11/6/1891, proved 2/3/1896, and found in Herkimer County Deeds, Book 158, page 108, includes the following interesting provision regarding John Mabie (2-7-8-5-1-9): "To my brother-in-law John Mabie, I give and devise all my interests in mines, mining property and real estate situate in the State of Colorado."

 4/11    Death of Tillie Walton Mabee, wife of William Mabee

NOTE: From tombstone in Old Reformed Church Cemetery, Scotia, NY, died 4/11/1891, age 44 years.

 5/18    Death of Joshua Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-2), aged 56 years, in Herman, of heart failure

NOTE: Reported in the Gouverneur Herald, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

1892

 3/30    M (see below) Oliver C. Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-5-6) and Flora Bull of Sullivan

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150-151.

 5/25    M (see below) Levi Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-4-3), age 29, born in Hermon, NY, son of Nelson Maybee and Eliza Pool, married Della Muir, age 21, born in Fine, daughter of William Muir and Viola Laffin, in Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

NOTE: From Marriage Records of the Town of Edwards, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

 10/13    M (see below) Jacob A. Lynk and Catharine J. Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-5-5).

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.
NOTE: Catharine married second Wilber Mortimer Jones on 11/11/1914.

1893

NOTE: Tombstone in Onondaga Valley Cemetery lists Harmon P. Mabee, d. 9/20/1893, and Rachel Lot Mabee, d. 1/1/1901 (both birth dates unknown)

 2/28    M (see below) John H. Homsher and Bessie Mabie (widow of John Mabie (2-3-3-3-1-4)) by the Rev. S. T. Kemble, Tasker M.E. Church

From the Philadelphia Inquirer of 3/3/1893

1894

 2/1    Birth of Edgar Bull (2-7-8-5-4-5-6-1), son of Oliver C. and Florrie B. Mabie

Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151

1895

NOTE: Will of Anne Mabie, widow of Elisha Mabie (2-7-8-5-7), late of Manlius NY, dated 8/19/1889 and probated in 1895. Mentions late husband Elisha Mabie; daughter Sarah Ann Mabie; son-in-law Ambrose L. Mabie; granddaughters Annie E. Mabie, Emily G. Avery, Emelia M. Avery, and Florence N. Tremper; grandson-in-law S. Egbert Avery.

 7/12    Birth of Edgar Brainard Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-4-1-1), son of David Brainard Mabee and Anna Hillman

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church of Scotia, NY

1897

 3/29    Birth of Dewitt David Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-4-1-2), son of David Brainard Mabee and Anna Hillman

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church of Scotia, NY

 5/4    M (see below) Webster Maybee (2-7-8-7-1-4-6) of Fine, and Miss Lena Ward of Edwards At Gouverneur, by Rev. E.B. Topping

NOTE: Reported in the Gouverneur Herald, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

 3/10    Death of Mary Cross Mabee, widow of James (son of John Mabee (JP-3-9)), in Fairfield, Michigan, aged 87 years, 6 months and 29 days.

According to her obituary in the Daily Telegram of 3/12/1897, she was born in Vermont, and married James when she was 17. She was the mother of 9 children, six of whom were alive when James died. Five years after James' death, she moved to Jackson, Michigan, later moving to Lenawee county. She was predeceased by a son, J. C. Mabee, and survived by four daughters: Mary J. Mabee, Mrs. J. F. Maxson, Mrs. S. R. Rickel, and Mrs. A. Stout.

1899

 1/?    Birth of Ireene Esther Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-4-1-3), daughter of David Brainard Mabee and Anna Hillman

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church of Scotia, NY

 7/7    Birth of Thelma Rebecca (2-7-8-5-4-5-6-2), daughter of Oliver C. and Florrie B. Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1900

 9/27    Death of Margaret T. Mabee, widow of George J. W. Mabee (2-3-3-5-8), died in New York City, age 82. From death certificate #18424.

1901

NOTE: Will of Rachel A. Mabee, late of Syracuse NY, dated 24 Sep 1900, directs burial next to her husband (not named) in Onondaga Valley cemetery. Names: nephew Oliver P. Williams of Syracuse; Harriet Williams, wife of Oliver P.; sister Mary B. Louer of Watervale; first husband’s nephew Frank Covil of New Woodstock.

1902

NOTE: Will of John Mabie (2-7-8-5-1-9), late of Syracuse NY, dated 12/23/1896 and probated 11/26/1902. Mentions: Charles M. Crouse (executor), Charlotte Cotten, Eliza Crouse, Geo. H. Waggoner, Irving H. Waggoner, Fannie Waggoner, Richard Mabie Campbell, Charlotte E. Hall, Everett C. Barnes, Lillie B. Jones, Lester D. Wilbur, and Florence G. Lomas as only heirs at law and next of kin. Will, dated 23 Dec 1896, names: six nieces – Augusta Briggs, Charlotte Hall, Maggie Wilbur, Frances M. Prescott, Lizzie C. Klock, Fannie Waggoner; sisters Charlotte Cotten and Eliza Crouse; refers to old homestead of father John Mabie; states "I have no wife and have never had a wife;" directs the purchase of lot in Oakwood Cemetery (Syracuse) and a monument for his father; names nephew Charles M. Crouse and William C. Prescott of Herkimer, NY as executors.

 6/9    Death of Mrs. Elizabeth M. Mabee, killed in a fire in Saratoga, NY.

NOTE: From the Schenectady Gazette of 6/10/1902

 10/16    Death of Simon Mabee (2-4-8-3-5-5-3) of Greenwich, formerly of Rotterdam Junction, and a son of the late John Mabee, drowned in the Hudson River. He was survived by a wife and one son. From the 1900 census, Simon’s wife was Addie E. Monroe and his son was Earl S. Mabee, born in June 1897.

From the Schenectady Gazette of 10/17/1902

1903

 6/9    Birth of Doris Lucille (2-7-8-5-4-5-6-3), daughter of Oliver C. and Florrie B. Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1905

 1/10    Birth of Donald Francis (2-7-8-5-4-5-6-4), son of Oliver C. and Florrie B. Mabie

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151.

1906

 1/19    M (see below) Henry E. Mabie (2-7-8-5-4-5-7) and Harriet C. Bull

NOTE: Date taken from Family Bible, DAR Bible Records, Vol. 12, pp 150 – 151>.
NOTE: Henry and Harriet had 4 children: Ruth (12/21/1907), Donna Isabel (7/25/1910), Henry Earle (9/14/1911), and Oliver Gerald (2/19/1921).
1907

NOTE: A letter from Alice Edick (JP-1-4-6-8), daughter of Joseph Maybee to her nephew Charles E. Maybee (JP-1-4-6-2-2), as transcribed by Belva Perry of the Maybee Society, provides the most complete listing available of the names of the children of David Maybee (JP-1-4). In the letter, dated 8/21/1907 (or 1908), Alice gave the following 12 names: sons Joseph, John, David, Daniel, Abraham, and Solomon and daughters Lany, Anna, Elizabeth (x), Mary (x), Margaret (x), and Caroline (x). Alice explains in the letter that "I never saw any of my uncles and only the Aunts marked with cross." See the 1912 letter of Joseph Mabie (JP-1-4-6-3) below for additional data on the family of David.

1911

NOTE: Will of Sarah A. Mabee, late of Manlius NY. Dated 4 Mar 1909, probated 7 Sep 1911, mentions "my relative" Morris A. Hulett of Brooklyn, daughters: Anna E. Mabee, Amelia M. Avery and Florence N. Tremper.

1912

NOTE: In a letter dated 2/25/1912, Joseph Mabie (JP-1-4-6-3) of Newburgh, NY, referred to his father (Joseph) settling in Parish, Oswego Co., in 1820. The letter lists siblings Almira, Charles and Clara, uncles Abraham (lived in Parish, married, had 4 children, left his family and moved to Michigan), David (lived in Michigan), Isaac ("drowned in a small pond in the east part of Parish when I was a small boy") and Solomon (lived in Monroe County, Michigan) and aunts Betsy (married Milo Coan), Caroline (married a Brockway), Margaret (Peggy), (married a Miller [John]), Nancy (married a House [Abraham]) and Polly (married a Hess[Conrad]). [NOTE: data in brackets not included in the letter.]

Related to this letter, there is a family Bible that lists the following data (from John MayBee):

Joseph Maybee (JP-1-4-6), born 12/6/1796, died 4/13/1864, age 67
Sarah Maybee, born 7/9/1798, wife of Joseph, died 12/4/1834
Almira Maybee, born 10/17/1822
Charles Maybee, born 4/8/1828
Joseph Maybee Jr., born 6/7/1832
Clarissa Maybee, born 11/1/1834, died 2/14/1872, age 37
Sally Maybee, born 6/9/1838
Ephram E Maybee, born 12/29/1843, died 11/14/1857, age 14
Nancy Maybee, born 7/27/1845
Alice Maybee, born 7/14/1848, died 5/23/1916

This Bible also lists the following related deaths:

1) the mother of Joseph Maybee died 7/20/1824, age 56
2) Lany, the sister of Joseph Maybee, died 6/30/1827
3) David Maybee (JP-1-4), died 8/20/1840, age 79
4) Mary Conklin, died 5/11/1848, age 25
5) Stephen Harrington, died 4/12/1849
6) Sally Harrington, died 1/16/1876, age 87
7) Betsy Coan, died 5/28/1868

Note the discrepancies between the 1912 letter of Joseph, and the 1907 letter of his sister Alice Edick. Joseph only lists 5 sons and 5 daughters of David Maybee, while Alice lists 6 of each. Moreover, Joseph mentions a son Isaac, while Alice mentions a son Daniel. And neither mention Catharine, whose 1789 baptism and 1809 marriage are both documented above.

Substantial investigation into the family of David Maybee (JP-1-4), utilizing these letters, all available baptisms, census records and genealogies of related families, has resulted in the conclusion that Daniel and Isaac are one and the same person. Based on this investigation, the following is a reconstruction of the family of David (13 children in all): Catharine born in 1789 (bap. 4/10), Anne (Nancy) born 9/26/1790 (based on tombstone), Margaret (Peggy) in 1792 (bap. 2/12), Maria (Polly) in 1793 (bap. 5/20), Daniel (Isaac) circa 1795 (based on census data), Joseph born 12/6/1796 (family Bible), Lany circa 1798 (census data), John circa 1799 (census data), David 10/23/1800 (death record), Abraham circa 1803 (census data), Solomon 1/2/1804 (bap. 2/12), Elizabeth (Betsy) circa 1807 (tombstone), and Caroline 10/11/1807 (based on Brockaway Genealogy).

NOTE: For Almira above (b. 10/17/1822): Warren Rulison, born at Petries Corners, N. Y., in 1822. Aug. 7, 1842, he married Almira Mabie, and lived at Parish, Oswego County, N. Y. He moved from Parish to Franklin Grove, Ill., in 1853 or 1854, thence to Lexington, Mich., in 1856, thence to Burlingame, Kansas, in 1868. He was killed in a sawmill near Emporia, Kansas, in 1873. His wife died November 26, 1896. Children: William A., Joseph W., Mary E., Sarah A., Charles M., Chauncey, Ella M., Hannah M., Emma L., Eva A., Edgar R., Henry, and Maggie.

1913

 3/26    M (see below) John S. Mabie (2-3-3-3-1-4-4) and Katherine H. Cummings

From the Philadelphia Inquirer (date of publication).

1917

NOTE: Will of Oliver Mabie, late of Manlius NY dated 6/29/1907 and probated 9/25/1917. Mentions: wife Rebecca A. Mabie; daughter in law Flora Mabie, wife of son Oliver Jr.; daughter Katherine Mabie Lynk; son Henry; grandson Edgar B. Mabie, son of "my son Oliver Mabie Jr."

1919

 12/22    Death of Anna Hillman Mabee, wife of David B. Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-4-1)

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church of Scotia, NY

1923

 8/8    Death of David Brainard Mabee (2-4-7-1-2-4-1)

Source: Records of the First Reformed Church of Scotia, NY

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