Samuel Parish [Parents] was born about 1667/1670 in Mendon, Middlesex County, Mass.. He died on 13 May 1735 in Norwich, New London, Conn.. He married Mercy or Mary Madiver on 24 Mar 1699 in Ipswich, Chebacco Parish, New London, Conn..
Mercy or Mary Madiver [Parents] was born on 12 Aug 1677 in Boston, Suffolk, Mass.. She died on 13 Jun 1725 in Norwich, New London, Conn.. She married Samuel Parish on 24 Mar 1699 in Ipswich, Chebacco Parish, New London, Conn..
They had the following children:
M i Samuel Parish F ii Mary (Mercy) Parish was born on 8 Oct 1704 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn.. She died on 8 Jan 1771 in Norwich, , Conn.. M iii John Parish was born about 1706 in Canterbury, Windham, Conn.. He died on 1 Jun 1725 in Norwich, , Conn.. M iv Joel Parish M v Solomon Parish M vi Nathaniel Parish M vii Nehemiah Parish F viii Rebecca Parish was born on 9 Apr 1718 in Norwich, New London, Conn.. She died on 9 Feb 1777.
Joel Madiver [Parents] was born about 1647 in Purpooduck, Cumberland, Maine. He died on 10 Aug 1703 in Purpooduck, Cumberland, Maine. He married Rebecca before 1673.
They had the following children:
F i Judith Madiver M ii Joel Madiver was born about 1673 in Purpooduck, Cumberland, Maine. F iii Mercy or Mary Madiver
They had the following children:
M i Joel Madiver F ii unknown Madiver
Samuel Fish [Parents] was born about 1656/1657 in , , Conn.. He was christened on 18 Apr 1695 in First, Congregational, Church, Stonington. He died on 27 Feb 1733 in Groton, , Conn.. He was buried in Feb 1733 in Packer Cem., Groton, Conn.. He married Sarah Stark in 1682/1683 in Mystic, New London County, Conn..
Capt. Samuel Fish, youngest son of John and Mary (Ireland) Fish, was b. 1656. His father appeared at Mystic and Groton, Conn., in 1655, so presumeably he was b. at Mystic (others say New London). He was bapt. at Stonington, Conn.
in 1680. His estate, inherited from his father, John, was situated between the Mystic River and the northeastern slope of Fort Hill. Near the center of his lands was Pequot Hill, on the northeastern slope of which, between the present highway that runs parallel with it and the river, he erected his house.
The old cellar, in the west end of the field belonging to the late Russell Fish Esq., may still be traced (1872) by a depression in the earth. He was a captain in the French and Indian War (1676). He was admitted to the first church at Stonington Apr. 18, 1689. His name appears in patent of New London in 1704, the year prior to the incorporation of Groton. He was the second selectman at Groton on its organization and was reelected to this position for many years. He m. about 1682/83 Sarah Stark, who was b. 1660, dau. of Aaron Starke, Sr. She d. Dec. 11, 1722 and he m. (2) Dorothy (Wheeler) Smith. He d.
Feb. 27, 1733. He was a Representative to the Gen. COurt of Connecticut in 1706-07-08-12 a man of dignity and influence. He lies buried in the old Packer Burying Ground at Groton.
Sarah Stark [Parents] was born about 1660 in Mystic, New London County, Conn.. She died on 11 Dec 1722 in Groton, , Conn.. She was buried in Dec 1722 in Packer Cem., Groton, Conn.. She married Samuel Fish in 1682/1683 in Mystic, New London County, Conn..
They had the following children:
M i Samuel Fish M ii John Fish was born about 1686. He died on 29 Mar 1704/1705. M iii Moses Fish. F iv Abigail Fish. M v Aaron Fish. M vi Nathan Fish F vii Sarah Fish.
Thomas Williams [Parents] was born on 9 Apr 1664 in Boston, , Mass.. He died on 23 Feb 1723 in Plainfield, , Conn.. He married Sarah Foster on 22 Sep 1686 in Stow, , Mass..
Sarah Foster [Parents] was born on 3 Jun 1667/1668 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Mass.. She died on 8 Aug 1751 in Plainfield, , Conn.. She married Thomas Williams on 22 Sep 1686 in Stow, , Mass..
Other DOB of 3 Jan 1667 given per LDS records.
They had the following children:
Phoebe Lamoreaux [Parents].Phoebe married Living.
Jacob Wilsey or Wiltse Willsie or Wilsie Willsey ?? was born on 1 Jul 1774 in , , New York. He died about 1830/1832 in , Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in 1830/1832 in 2 mi. from, Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Nelly Eleanor (Nellie Elner) Daily or Daly about 7 Jun 1819 in Poss. Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.
Other DOB seen of 1 July 1774.
Batisem date 4 Dec 1774/1775 seen.
Newspaper article New Age, Tunkhannock, PA Thursday, April 10, 1902
"About 67 years ago the later house was occupied by Richard Welch, father of Richard J. and George. Mrs. Wilsey mother of the late Perry and Jabez and John Wilsey, with her daughter Nancy, were housekeepers."
I believe there are a few misconceptions on the information put out for Jacob Wilsey/Willsey, the husband of Eleanor “Nellie” Daily. On her headstone the name is spelled Willsey, notice the double L.. She and other children are buried in the La Grange or Jackson Cemetery, Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania.
In the information put out the death date for Jacob shows as June 12, 1830. Montrose Hist. Society Diary of Isaac Post: June 12, 1830; sent Henry & George Scott to dig grave for Jacob as he died this morning with smallpox or some other disease equally as bad. This date came from Montrose, Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania diary of Isaac Post. Isaac had Jacob working for him as early as 1826 (supposedly this was the year one of Jacob's sons was born). He worked & boarded with Isaac, drawing such comments as "(8/19/1826 ) away to camp meeting, (12/17/1827) Jacob about they say he looks quite cross, went away south to Springville, Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania yesterday had my horse gone all knight perhaps to see some of the girls, did rong in not letting it be known that he was a going to be away so that the cattle could have been taken care of. (12/25/1827) Jacob away slayriding or keeping Christmas. (5/26/1828) Jacob was out last knight is a poor hand today has not earned his victuals he is being contrary & if he does not mend his ways I must turn him off. This does not appear to be the actions of a married man with a family of 4 boys and 1 daughter. On June 12, 1830 he sent 2 men to dig Jacobs grave.
On Dec. 4, 1826 Issac appeared in court for Smith vs Wilsey. The papers for the lawsuit show this Wilsey (it says late of Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania) became the Honorable Jacob Willsey and who later settled Willseyville near Candor, NY. The Hon Jacob came from Herkimer Co., NY who possibly was listed in Isaacs diary on Jan 14, 1813 as "Mr. Dutchman came in & family". Having read the Hon Jacobs diary for later years, with his ego, find it odd that he did not have a son named Jacob & feel the Montrose Jacob probably belonged to him and in no way was connected to Eleanor Daily.
From History of History of Luzerne, Lackawanna and Wyoming Counties, PA Some of their Prominent Men and Pioneers - Churches of Falls, Mill City Baptist Church - . . . In June 1820, Rev William Stover began preaching among the people regularly once a month. In the autumn following a revival occurred and Betsey, Joseph, Daniel, Elizabeth, Hiram, and Hannah Post, Helen Wilsey and Olive Patrick were baptized and received into The Abington Six Principle Church at Baily Hollow, then known as The Baily Hollow Church. In the fall of 1821 Stephen Post, Jacob Wilsey and Clarisa Townsend were baptized and united with the church at Baily Hollow. In the winter following David, Betsey, and Hannah Post, Amanda and Amy Holmes, Elizabeth, Betsey, Nelson, and Elisha Armstrong, Patience Williams and Noah and Amanda Taylor were baptized and received into The Baily Hollow church.Possibly coincidentally Eleanor Daily's Jacob died sometime after conception of a son born 1828 and 1830. In the tax rolls for Tunkhannock Twp., Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania there is 1816-Jacob Wilse, 1817-Willsey, 1818-Woolsey, 1819- Wilsey, 1821-Wilsey, 1822/23-Wiley, 1824-Willsie and the1820 census shows a Jacob Wiley. A descendant from Arizona says it has been passed down that Jacob was born July 1, 1774 and was buried 2 miles west of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania. It was also directly from the mother of this source that the information tying our Jacob to be the son of Jacob & Amy (Snyder) came about. She had been approached by someone writing a Wilsey book asking for her info, she told them she did not know who Jacob's father was, but that she had written to Albany asking for any records to see if he could be their son. Although nothing she received confirmed this, the book was published with an added portion putting in her records showing this as a fact. The Dutch Settlers & George Zabrieski in the 1950's then published this as a fact from this book.It is a fact that Jacob & Eleanor had Perry H., Stephen, Nancy Ann, John & probably Jabez. John had real estate transactions with Jabez, also named his first son Jabez. Jabez had sons Perry & John.In the area was Anna Wilsey Hight(1798) who was buried very near Stephen, Olive Wilsey Patrick (1801), Mary Wilsey Beebe(1803), Matthew (Mary Ball) Wilsey(abt 1803), David Wilsey & John (bef 1775-1824) who lived across the river. With this not being a common name feel that when any family is found with these names they will all be connected with Jacob, cousins, brother/sisters, sons/daus etc. There are other Wilsey/Willsey in the area during this time frame.So would you not only help look for them but please don't put out that Jacob is the son of Jacob & Amy, the wrong dates, and that he goes back to the immigrant, until the connection is found.
History of Luzerne, Lackawanna and Wyoming Counties, PA Some of their Prominent Men and Pioneers
W.W. Munsell & Co
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CHURCHES OF FALLS
Mill City Baptist Church
The establishment of a Baptist Church in Mill City grew out of the labors of one William Stover, who came from Rhode Island in 1816, and settled in Bailey Hallow, now Dalton, Lackawanna County. In 1817 he commenced preaching on Post Hill in a log school house, at private dwellings, in barns, and wherever the doors were open for him; and continued his labors until about 1838, when he retired and soon after returned to Rhode Island.
Post Hill derived its name from one Joseph Post who came from Bolton, Conn. , in the spring of 1793. In the 24th year of his age he married Miss Elizabeth Daily on the 30th of December 1793, and in 1800 settled on the farm now occupied by Amasa Freutishe. They had seven boys and two girls, named respectfully Stephen, Hiram, Isaac, Daniel, Betsey, Hannah, John D., and William B. Post. Some of the children went west. Among those that lingered around the old homestead was the venerable Deacon Stephen Post, now in his 86th year, who was the first deacon of the Baptist Church. In June 1820, Rev William Stover began preaching among the people regularly once a month. In the autumn following a revival occurred and Betsey, Joseph, Daniel, Elizabeth, Hiram, and Hannah Post, Helen Wilsey and Olive Patrick were baptized and received into The Abington Six Principle Church at Baily Hollow, then known as The Baily Hollow Church. In the fall of 1821 Stephen Post, Jacob Wilsey and Clarisa Townsend were baptized and united with the church at Baily Hollow. In the winter following David, Betsey, and Hannah Post, Amanda and Amy Holmes, Elizabeth, Betsey, Nelson, and Elisha Armstrong, Patience Williams and Noah and Amanda Taylor were baptized and received into The Baily Hollow church. Revivals from time to time added to that church from this locality, until 1833, or thereabouts, when the members living in Falls and Overfield were set off as the Falls branch of the Baily Hollow church. Soon afterwards Rev John Shaw, from Courtland County, NY, Labored here successfully, baptizing Alvira, Lydia, Hannah, and Samantha Post, Hannah Smith and Russel Armstrong. Following Elder Shaw, Rev Nathan Baker preached a short time.
About 1844 Rev James Brown, from Rhode Island, began preaching here, assisted from time to time by Revs T.J. Cole, Benjamin Green, and A. J. Harrington. Elder Brown Baptized Mary Ann and Sarah Fitch, Martha Agnew, Solomon, Caroline and Mary Hunter, Charles M. and Mary Daily, John Post, Elizabeth Holmes, Andrew, Phebe, Lydia, and John McMillen and John Leonard.
Isaac Post diary, Montrose, Susquehanna Co., PA
There are entries re a Jacob, a Dutchman, starting to work for Isaac Post around 1819; not sure who this Jacob may be, tho maybe Jacob Bump.
Entry states Jacob left for while and married a widow abt 7/8 Jun 1819. This has been found to be a Jacob Bump, not a Wilsey.
Diary notes from Isaac Post -
Jacob began work for Isaac Post on 27 May 1826 for $8.00 per Month. Diary shows he planted potatoes, corn, chopped wood, did timbering and helped frame a barn. On 4 Dec 1826 he started work for four months for $25.00. He also drove stage for Post from Montrose to Owego and Tunkhannock.
Post shows entry where he attended court as a witness for Smith vs Wilsey. Montrose Courthouse records show 22 Oct 1825, Waterbury Smith & I. D. Smith vs Jacob Wilsey for $5000.00 damages. Bail for $2000.00 was put up by Charles Godfrey and Abraham Bray. Attorney Williston pleads non-apumpset with leave.
A jury found for plaintiff $300.00 damages. 6 Dec 1826 on motion by Williston a rule is entered to show cause by first day of next term why a new trial should not be granted. A new trial was granted. Note made 17 Apr 1827 case settled & costs paid by plaintiff, so says plaintiff W. Smith. This Jacob Willsey is the one who founded Willseyville, New York.
Montrose Hist. Society Diary of Isaac Post: June 12, 1830; sent Henry & George Scott to dig grave for Jacob as he died this morning with smallpox or some other disease equally as bad. (From information handed down by other Wilsey family members, that state, Jacob was buried two miles west of Tunkhannock, this now believed to be two miles east of Tunkhannock which would put burial in La Grange, Jackson Cemetery. This is where Nellie and number of Willsey/Wilsey descendants are buried. If burial was two miles west, it would put burial in a Jenkins Family Plot on the old Jenkins farm. This farm is located west of Tunkhannock, PA across the road from the Tyler Memorial Hospital. If this is true, then this Jacob who died of small pox in South Montrose is not the same Jacob who married Nellie Daily.)
Diary entry "gloomy time about the village, not much business done on account of the excitement about the smallpox and vaccinations".
Jerome Wiltsee's book states this Jacob probably died young. He was not in Amy (Snyder) Wiltsie's will at the time of her death.
The Dutch Settlers Yearbook and Wiltsie Family of Early New York by George Olin Zabriske states that Jacob, son of Jacob and Amy (Snyder) Wiltsie married Nellie Dailey of PA, this has yet to be proven.
GAGE, Ira, m 3Feb1822 Eunice TURRELL, both/o Bridgewater.
GAGE, Ira, age 31, d Bridgewater 16May1828.
TAX ROLLS - TUNK TWP
1816 - WILSE, Jacob 2 horned cattle $24.00
1817 - WILLSEY, Jacob 1 " " 12.00
1818 - WOOLSEY, Jacob 1 " " 12.00
1819 - WILSEY, Jacob 1 " " 12.00
1820 - no tax records available (Census Jacob Wiley shows Tunk Twp.)
1821 - WILSEY, Jacob Land Imp. Unimp. $25.00
#3 - 5 #3 - 100 15.00
#4 - 5 #4 - 240 100.00
1 cow - $10.00 120.00 $270.00
1822 - WILEY, Jacob - 1 cow $10.00
1823 - WILEY, Jacob Land Imp. Unimp. $32.00
#3 - 8 #3 - 290 290.00
2 Oxen - $20 20.00
2 cows - 16 16.00 $358.00
1824 - WILLSIE, Jacob $358.00
2 Oxen - $25 36.00
1 cow - 8 33.00 $355.00 825 - 1826 - 1827 - 1828 -
1829 - WILLSEY, David singleman 2 Oxen $30.00
(1840 shows in Falls Twp) 100.00 $130.00
1830 - WILSEY, Matthew 1 cow $10.00 (census shows Tunk Twp)
1830 - WILSEY, Elener shows in Census Eaton Twp
1831 - JONES, Anson Carpenter $100.00
1832 - WILEY, Jacob Imp. Unimp. $25.00
#3 - 5 #3 - 100 15.00
#4 - 5 #4 - 240 100.00
1 cow $10 120.00 $270.00
1833 - JONES, Anson
1834 - WILSEY, Elener 1 cow $8.00
Poor children, Wilsey, Jacob dec. Nancy age 10
WILSEY, Eleanor 1 cow $8.00
Poor children Eleanor - Nancy 10 years
HEIGHT, Robert J Tailor $50.00
JONES, Anson $146.00
1836 - WILSEY, Elanor 1 cow $8.00
1837 - HEIGHT, Robert
1838 - HEIGHT, Robert
1839 - HIGHT, Robert
1840 - HIGHT, Robert
(ASSUME THE WILSE, WILLSEY,WOOLSEY, WILSEY, WILEY, WILLSIE ARE THE SAME PERSON BUT NOT TAKEN YET FROM TAX ROLLS IN 1832)
1820 CENSUS - TUNK. TWP. JACOB WILEY
males under 10 - 3 females under 10 - 2
10/16 - 1 16/25 - 3
16/18 - 1 26/44 - 1
16/25 - 1
45 up - 1
12 or 13 persons in household-male 16/18-16/25 might be same person
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Possible breakdown might be: (Olive was married in 1819)
males under 10
(1810-1820) - Perry son of Jacob & Eleanor (1819)
(1810-1820) - Stephen Samuel " " " (1820)
(1810-1820) - David
10/16 (1805-1810) - Matthew
16/18 (1802-1804) - (Same person as above or need another)
16/25 (1795-1804) - Jacob WILSEY #2
45 up (pre-1775 ) - JACOB WILEY (WILSEY) #1 females under 10 (1810-1820) -
(1810-1820) - Helen
16/25 (1795-1804) - Anna (HIGHT)
(1795-1804) - Mary (BEBEE)
26/44 (1775-1794) - Eleanor w/f Jacob
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According to Conn. Nutmegger, in the 19th century Ann was the nickname for Nancy so was Jacob's daughter named for his mother???
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According to a descendant, Ray Wilsey, Tucson, AZ from his mother, Jacob is buried two miles west of Tunk. This would put it the Jenkins Cem. Those buried there appear to be all Jenkins & Mullisons. Jacob's son, John, lived with Jabez Jenkins in 1850 & the Jenkins & Daily's married in but is there another reason he was put there???? IF there was a first wife, was she also buried there first and why???? The graves in the Jenkins Cem. seem to form an A. At the bottom, the wide spot, it seems to be Jenkins. Up the few rows there are the Mullisons mixed in. (Benj. Jenkins wife & James Mullison's wife were sisters). At the top of the A there are two rocks side by side which appear to be markers but no names?? Very old and probably the first buried there???
1880 Census - Perry says father born Pa.
Stephen " " " Pa.
John " " " Holland
Jabe " " " Scotland
1800 Aurelis, Cayuga Co. NY Jacob Wiltsey (NOT THIS PERSON)
males under 10 - 2
over 45 - 1
females under 10 - 2
10/16 - 2
over 45 - 1
1810 Cayuga Co. NY Jacob Wilsey males under 10 - 3
26/45 - 1
females 10/16 - 1
26/45 - 1
Gazeteer of NY State by French pg. 205 - Jacob Wilsey from Saratoga Co. on lot 14 in 1808. Sterling-North Sterling (po) is a hamlet. (First settler there in 1805)
Saratoga, NY - Half-moon - Jacob Wilsey must have been a pioneer before the Rev. on the present Husted place.
Birthdate from Ray Wilsey, written down by his grandfather, Charles O. Wilsey.
Witness to baptism: Samuel Zwartwood (Sam Swartout) & wife and mother Amy Schneider.
Genealogy of Philippe Maton Wiltsee, page 257, Hopewell Dutch Church Baptism. Dec 4, 1774, Jacob, par's Jacob Wiltse, Amy Snyder: Wits: Samuel Zwartwood and wife; died young.
Nelly Eleanor (Nellie Elner) Daily or Daly [Parents] was born on 30 Jul 1789 in Falls Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She died on 23 Sep 1872 in Tunkhannock Township, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She was buried in Sep 1872 in Jackson Cem., La Grange, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She married Jacob Wilsey or Wiltse Willsie or Wilsie Willsey ?? about 7 Jun 1819 in Poss. Falls Township., Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania.
Luzerne County Federalist
8 Aug. 1806
Clement PAINE, of Athens, Lycoming Co. married to Miss Ann, daughter of Maj. Theodore WOODBRIDGE, of Canaan, Wayne Co., at Canaan, by Joseph WOODBRIDGE, Esq. (no marriage date)
Samuel DODSON married to Miss Hannah SMITH, at Huntington, on Thursday evening, July 24th, by Charles E. GAYLORD, Esq. Both of Huntington.
John WICKIZER married to Miss Nelly DALY, at Braintrim. (no marriage date)
Ten more persons have died with Dysentery at Braintrim - and a large number of new cases. (No names mentioned)
24 Oct. 1806
Election Results of Luzerne Co.:
Assembly: WELLES (494), BEECH (359), GAYLORD, jun. (333), COOLBAUGH (364), JENKINS
(168) and GAYLORD (38)
Comrn.: TIFFANY (409), BRADLEY (384), HURLBUT (69) Thomas PARKE received 38 votes at Wysox, for a Representative, it not having been understood until some votes had been given, the he declined running at that time.
Eddy WINSLOW married to Miss Betsy WILSON, at Braintrim, on Sunday evening, the 12th inst., by Josiah FASSET, Esq.
Caution - Whereas Nelly, my wife, has behaved in an unbecoming manner, this is therefore to forewarn any person or persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I am determined not to pay any debts of her contracting after this date, unless compelled by law. John WICKIZER, Braintrim
Tombstone - Jackson Cemetery, Falls, Wyoming Co., PA
Willsey, Nellie Daily, Nellie w/o Jacob Willsey
Wyoming County Democrat Sep. 25, 72 - Wilsey - In Tunkhannock Twp. on the 23d inst., Mrs. Eleanor Wilsey, aged 83 year, 1 month and 23 days.
Unknown newspaper date:
Error Corrected - In the list of aged persons given by us last week, the age of Mrs. Eleanor Wilsey of Tunkhannock Twp. was given 78 years and the place of birth as Conn. We have since learned that Mrs. Wilsey is 79 years of age, and was born in Falls Twp. this county, making her probably, the oldest native resident of the county.
Wyoming County Democrat 10/2/1872 - Wilsey, Mrs. Nellie (Daily) died 9/23/1872 in the 84th year of her age. Native of old Tunkhannock Twp. Sermon was preached by Rev. Wm. Frear from Rev. XIV:13. The text was chosen by the deceased some time previous to her death.
Eleanor Nellie shows in her fathers will as Eleanor Wickizer, 1816.
They had the following children:
M i Perry H. Wilsey M ii Stephen Samuel Wilsey F iii Nancy Ann Wilsey M iv Jabez or Jabis Wilsie or Willsey Wilsey M v John Wilsey aka Willsey
Jacob M.?? or Wiltsie Wiltse [Parents] was born about 1731 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He was christened on 30 Oct 1731 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He died about 1800 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He was buried about 1800 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. He married Amy (Eeme Schneyder) Snyder on 28 Jan 1758 in Hempstead, Nassau, New York.
Another date for being baptized given as 17 Oct 1731.
Jacob served in the 7th Reg. Albany Co. Militia and was promoted to Lieutenant and served under Col. Abe Van Alstine.
19-4-1761, Jannetje dau., of Jacob Wilsie and Ennie (Amy) Snyder 25-7-1765, Antie dau., of Jacob Wilse and Aena Snider
18-10-1766, Elizabeth, dau. of Jacob Wilse and Emme Snider 11-6-1769, Daniel, son of Jacob Wilsie and Eeme Snyder 14-10-1770, Femmetie, dau. of Jacob Wilse and Eeme Snyder 15-1?-1772, Martinues, son of Jacob Wilse and eeme Snyder =============
DAR Lineage Books (110 vols) - The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 26 page 150
Mrs. Harriett Eliza Brown Blodgett.
DAR ID Number: 25415
Born in Wheatland, New York.
Widow of Charles Whitcomb Blodgett.
Descendant of Ensign Jehiel Bouton, Jehiel Bouton, Jr., John [p.150] Valentine, Herman Hilliker and Lieut.
Jacob Wiltse, and Thomas Brown. Daughter of Benjamin Brown, Jr., and Margaret Jane Valentine, his wife. Granddaughter of Benjamin Brown (b. 1777) and Abigail Bouton (b. 1779), his wife; Peter Valentine and Elizabeth Hilliker, his wife. gr.-granddaughter of Sherman Brown (b. 1741) and Rachel Lockwood, his wife; Jehiel Bouton, Jr., and Lois Dickson, his wife; John Valentine and Hannah Wiltse, his wife; Herman Hilliker and Jeanette Soulice, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Thomas Brown and Susannah Sherman, his wife; Jehiel Bouton and Anna Finch, his wife, m. 1754; Jacob Wiltse and Amy Snyder, his wife. Jehiel Bouton, (1731-1800), served as ensign under Capt. Samuel Lewis in the Westchester County, N. Y. militia, 1780-82. He was born in New Canaan, Conn. Jehiel Bouton, Jr., (1755-1830), served as a private in Capt. Ebenezer Slason's company, Westchester County, New York militia. He died in Knox Co., Ohio. John Valentine, (1761-1833), served as a private in the New York militia under Capt. Davis and Col. Whiting. He was born in Westchester; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Herman Hilliker, (1737-1822), served as a private, 1778, in the Westchester County militia, Capt. Samuel Haight's Company, Col. Samuel Drake's regiment. He died in Rennsalaer Co., N. Y.
Jacob Wiltse, (1731-1800), served as second lieutenant in Capt. John Schermerhorn's company, 14th Albany County regiment, 1780. He was born in Jamaica, L. I.; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Thomas Brown served in the Connecticut militia. He died, 1782, in Greenwich, Conn.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 35 page 242
Mrs. Carolyn Schenck Annan Norton.
DAR ID Number: 34697
Born in Fishkill-on-Hudson, New York.
Wife of Elliott Howard Norton.
[p.242] Descendant of Col. Jacob Blackwell, Ensign Theodorus Brett, Lieut. Daniel Annan and Major Henry
Schenck, all of New York. Daughter of Alexander Annan and Elvina Schenck, his wife.
Granddaughter of Daniel D. Annan, M. D. and Margaret Brett, his wife; Samuel Blackwell Schenck and Caroline Knight, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Annan and Elizabeth Allen, his wife; Theodorus Brett and Mary Wiltse, his wife, m. 1780; Henry Schenck, Jr. and Lydia Hallett Blackwell, his wife. Gr.
-gr. -granddaughter of Henry Schenck and Hannah Brett, his wife; Samuel Blackwell and Mary Whitehead Field, his wife. Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Jacob Blackwell and Lydia Hallet, his second wife. Jacob Blackwell, (1717-80), gave both civil and military service in Queen's county. He was born in avenswood, L. I., where he died. Also Nos. 23209, 29582. Theodorus Brett, (1756-1822), served as ensign in Capt. Jonas Week's company. He was born and died in Fishkill. Daniel Annan, (1753-1844), served as lieutenant in the Dutchess county militia. Also Nos. 16394, 20567, 21726, 29158.
Henry Schenck, (1743-99), was major of the Dutchess county minute men. He served also as a member of the Third Provincial Congress. Also Nos. 6878, 12869.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 108 page 147
Mrs. Harriet E. Davis Veazie.
DAR ID Number: 107440
Born in Brockport, N. Y.
Wife of Clark Henry Veazie.
Descendant of Sergt. John Valentine, John Valentine, Jr., Herman Hilliker, and lieut. Jacob Wiltsie, as follows:
1. Isaac Davis (1802-90) m. 2nd 1843 Susan Budd Valentine (1814-61).
2. Peter Valentine (1786-1865) m. 1807 Elizabeth Hilliker (1782-1874).
3. John Valentine, Jr., m. Hannah Wiltse (1763-1857); Herman Hilliker m. Jeannette (Jane) Soulice.
4. John Valentine m. Charity Dean; Jacob Wiltse m. Amy Snyder. [p.147] John Valentine served as private and sergeant in Capt. Christian Brown's company, Col. Peter Van Cortland's New York troops, He was born, 1720, in Westchester; died in East Chester, N. Y. John Valentine, Jr. (1761-1833) served as private in Captain Davis' company, Colonel Whitney's regiment. He was born in Westchester County; died in Fishkill, N. Y. Jacob Wiltse (1731-1800) served as lieutenant in Capt. John Schermerhorn's company, Col. Van Rensellaer's New York regiment. He was born in Jamaica, L. I.; died in Fishkill, N.Y. Herman Hilliker (1737-1822) served as private in Captain Haight's company, Colonel Drake's 3rd New York regiment. He was born in Philipsborough; died in Rensselaer County, N.Y.
Amy (Eeme Schneyder) Snyder [Parents] was born on 12 May 1737 in , , New York. She was christened in Rombout, Dutchess County, New York. She died in 1803 in , , New York. She married Jacob M.?? or Wiltsie Wiltse on 28 Jan 1758 in Hempstead, Nassau, New York.
In "Genealogy of Philippe Maton Wiltsee" Part First, by Jerome Wiltsee, Sr., on page 259 there is an article "Amy (Snyder) Wiltse's Will" 1803, Sept 7.
Wiltse, Amy of Fishkill Precinct, widow:
Sons, Peter, Daniel, Martin, daughters, Mary Hannah, wife of Jacob Horsner, Jane Knapp, wife of Nehemiah Knapp, Hannah Valentine, wife of John Valentine, Elizabeth Berry, wife of Nichalass Berry, Phebe Emmons, wife of Hendrick Emmons, grandaughter, Anna Lawrence, grandson, Wm. Lawrence. Personal property. Executers, sons Marten Wiltse, Peter Wiltse and Thomas Berry. Witnesses, John Carman, Richard S. Parton and Cornelius Teller.
They had the following children:
F i Mary Wilsey or Wiltse ?? F ii Jannetje (Jane) (Yennetje) Wilsie or Wiltse M iii Peter Wiltse F iv Annetje or Hannah (Anntie,Antie) Wiltse F v Elizabeth Wiltse M vi Daniel Wiltse or Wiltse or Wiltsie was born on 23 Nov 1768 in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York. He was christened on 11 Jun 1769 in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York. He died on 8 Mar 1814 in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York. He was buried in Mar 1814 in Beekman Cem, Pawling, Dutchess County, New York.
Daniel Wiltsie was about age 45 years when he died.
F vii Fennetje (Femmelie) (Phoebe) Wiltse M viii Martinus Martin Willse or Wiltse M ix Jacob Wiltsie or Wiltse was born about 1774. He was christened on 4 Dec 1774 in Hopewell Rc, Hopewell, Dutchess County, New York.
Martin (Martyn) (Martynis) Wiltse [Parents] was born about 1697 in Success Pond or, Queens (Newtown), New York. He was christened on 11 Oct 1707 in Jamica, Queens, New York. He died about 1752 in Rombonts Pct., Dutchess County, New York. He was buried in , , New York. He married Jannetje Rycken (Sudaem) Suydam in 1729 in Jamaica, Long Island, New York.
Ida's baptism took place nearly three months after her father's will was administered; she was not mentioned in her father's will, presumably she was a posthumous child.
The executors of Martin's will dated 2 Apr 1746 were his wife, brother Cornelius, and his friends Cornelius Van Wyck and Francis Brett; witnesses were Maretje, Philip Ab. van Wyck of NYC, merchant, and Theodorus van Wyck, son of Cs. The wife qualifies 9 Mar 1752, then being the wife of Thomas Cornell.
Martin moved to Dutchess Co. about 1743.
Martine Wiltsie, of Rombout, written 2-4-1746, prob. 9-5-1752, farmer, wife Janetje
Sons: Jacob, Martinus
Daughters: Margaret, Maria, Sytie, Jannetie, Hannah.
Wife Jannetie and his brother Cornelius.
Widow qualified at last date and was then wife of Thomas Cornell.
Jannetje Rycken (Sudaem) Suydam [Parents] was born about 1705 in Brooklyn, Long Island, New York. She was christened on 7 Aug 1705 in Brooklyn, Dutch Church, New York. She married Martin (Martyn) (Martynis) Wiltse in 1729 in Jamaica, Long Island, New York.
They had the following children:
F i Marytje or Maria Wiltse M ii Jacob M.?? or Wiltsie Wiltse M iii Martin (Martynus) Wiltse Sr. F iv Seytje (Sarah) Wiltse F v Margaret Wiltse F vi Jannetje Wiltse was born about 1741 in , , New York. She was christened on 21 Feb 1741 in Queens, Jamaica, New York. F vii Hannah or Anna Wiltse F viii Ida Wilse or Wiltse
Martin Hendricksen Wiltse or Wiltse [Parents] was born on 3 Apr 1667 in Wiltwyck, Ulster County, New York. He was christened on 3 Apr 1667 in ??Wiltwyck, Ulster County, Esopus, New York??. He died about 1742 in Hempstead, (Queens?), New York. He was buried about 1742 in Hempstead, , New York. He married Marytje (Maria) Cornelis Van Wyck on 26 Jul 1690 in MIDout, Flatbush, New York.
Marten's name is Wiltze in the marriage record and Wilson in the record of the baptizm of his son Johannes.
Info from John Wm. Epley, 807 S. Thayer St., Plymouth, Indiana 46563-2858
Other DOB 24 Nov 1666/1667 in Wiltwyck, NY given
Another place of birth of Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY given.
David asked me to post my line. It's kind of long but I was trying to include things I have found on my own that might be useful to others who share some of the ancestors. I already know that several people on this list share the same lineage up to Cornelius WILTSIE and Ruth SMITH. And I have information on other descendants from these people, but have only included my direct line here. I have chosen to use the spelling "Wiltsie" because that is how my family now spells the name, but in census and other records, I have seen it spelled Wilse, Willsey, Wilsey, Wiltse, Wiltsey, Wiltzen, Wiltsee, Willsee and Willsie. I highly recommend to anyone searching for records on the family to start with "WIL-" and run down the list, index, etc. until you get to "WO." Use " WIL* " if using a search engine on-line. I know this will pull up "WILSON" "WILLIAMS" "WILSOX" and probably several other surnames, but this is the only way to make sure you get a hit on every possible spelling variation, since they all start with "Wil" My apologies if everyone has already figured this out. MY WILTSIE TREE (any questions, information, etc. always welcome!) 1. Hendrick Martensen WILTSEE van Copenhagen was born in Denmark, date unknown. He died after May 1707, probably in Newtown, Long Island, NY. He was married to Margrietje MEJERING between 10 Jan 1660 (when they announced their marriage intention at the New Amsterdam Dutch Reformed Church) and 16 Mar 1660 when they were involved in a court case together. Margrietje MEJERING was born about 1633, to Jan MEIJERS and Teuntje STRAITSMAN. Margrietjeâ€™s parents were living in Dutch-occupied Brazil at the time of her birth and she is probably the Margarita MEYERINCK baptized at the Dutch Reformed Church in Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil on 20 Apr 1637. She died between 6 Jul 1701 and 26 Jun 1704, probably in Newtown, Long Island, NY. Despite unsubstantiated claims, the first record of Hendrick is on 23 Jul 1658 when he was sued for debt at Fort Orange (now Albany, Albany Co.), NY. He was employed as a soldier by the Dutch West India Company. Sometime between Aug 1659 and Mar 1660 he moved from Fort Orange to New Amsterdam. By Dec 1660 he had joined the military garrison at Kingston (also called Esopus or Wiltwyck), Ulster Co, NY and obtained land there on which he apparently had a farm. On 7 Jun 1663, Indians attacked Kingston and took Hendrick and one of his children captive. They were probably among the captives taken back from the Indians in Sep 1663. His military service was terminated when the British captured New Netherland in 1664 and sometime between Apr 1668 and Nov 1669 Hendrick settled on Long Island. He purchased a farm in Newtown near Hellgate on 15 Sep 1681, though he had already been living on the property for an undetermined period of time. A church record from 1686 gives his residence as Armen Bouwerije (Poor Bowery) in Newtown. He did not begin using "Wiltsee" as a surname until very late in life and most records simply refer to him as Hendrick Martensen. 2. Marten Hendricksen WILTSEE was born about 1667 in Kingston, Ulster Co, NY. His baptism was recorded at the Kingston Dutch Reformed Church 3 Apr 1667. He died after 25 Dec 1742, probably in Flushing, Queens Co, NY. He was married to Meretje Cornelis VAN WYCK on 26 Jul 1690 in Midwout (now Flatbush,) Kings Co, NY in the Dutch Reformed Church. Meretje Cornelis VAN WYCK was born in 1670, probably in Flatbush where several of her siblings were baptized. Meretje was the daughter of Cornelius Barentsen VAN WYCK and Annatje POLHEMIUS. The last confirmed record concerning Meretje is dated 10 Feb 1721, so she died sometime after this date. At the time of his marriage in 1690 Marten Hendricksen was living in Newtown, Queens Co, NY and Meretje was living in Midwout. Marten was a farmer. In 1698 he is listed as an inhabitant of Flushing (and precincts), Queens Co, NY. He and Meretje worshipped at the Dutch Reformed Church in Jamaica, Queens Co, NY, though two of their children were baptized elsewhere. 3. Cornelius WILTSEE was born about 1691, probably in Newtown or Flushing, Queens Co, NY. He probably died about 1755 in Dutchess Co, NY. He was married to Rachel (or) Ruth SMITH about 1712, probably in Queens Co, NY. Rachel (or) Ruth SMITH was born about 1690, probably in Merrick, Queens (now Nassau) Co, NY, the daughter of Jeremiah SMITH and Anna CORNELL. Ruth died sometime after 1732. Cornelius and Ruth baptized most of their children at the Dutch Reformed Church in Jamaica, Queens Co, NY, though they may have actually been living in Flushing. About 1733, Cornelius moved from Long Island to Dutchess Co, NY. It is likely he settled in or near Beekman, since his son Cornelius Jr. was living there by 1753. At present, not much is known about Cornelius or Ruth. 4. Cornelius WILTSIE Jr. was born on 28 Feb 1724 in Newtown or Flushing, Queens Co, NY. He was baptized on 12 Apr 1724 in Jamaica, Queens Co, NY. He died between 1791 and Dec 1800 in Duanesburgh, Albany (now Schenectady) Co, NY. He was married to Elizabeth CORNELL on 5 Jan 1748/49, probably in Dutchess Co, NY (where both of them were living), though the marriage was recorded in St. George's Church, Hempstead, Queens Co, NY. Elizabeth and Cornelius were first cousins. Elizabeth CORNELL was born on 7 Jan 1732 in Hempstead, Queens Co, NY, the daughter of Thomas CORN(W)ELL and Annatje WILTSIE (sister of Cornelius Sr.). Elizabeth was baptized on 29 Jun 1733 in Jamaica, Queens Co, NY, and died sometime between 1790 and Dec 1800. Cornelius WILTSIE Jr. resided between 1753 and 1774 in Beekman Precinct, Dutchess Co, NY where his name appears in tax records. He lived near his wife's nephew John CORNELL (b.1726) whose land was close to the southern fork of the "Fishkill Landing Road." Annatjeâ€™s father was a vestryman of Christ Church in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co, NY in the 1740s but left subsequently to help found Christ Church in Beekman. This may provide some clues to Cornelius Jr.â€˜s whereabouts during this time. Cornelius Jr. enlisted to fight in the War of the Revolution at Duanesburgh, Albany (now Schenectady) Co, NY and served in the Eighth Albany Co. Regiment commanded by Colonel Robert Van Rensselaer. His exact enlistment date and length of service are not yet known. The author Jerome Wiltsee made an unsubstantiated statement that Cornelius Jr. was living in Spencertown, Columbia Co, NY in 1759. This cannot be true since Cornelius is taxed in Beekman, Dutchess Co, NY during this time, and of his children whose baptismal records have been found, all were baptized some 50 miles from Spencertown at the Brinckerhoffville Presbyterian Church, Fishkill, Dutchess Co, NY. It is possible, however, that he is the "Cornelius Willsie" who was taxed in the "West District" of Claverack, Albany (now Columbia) Co, NY in 1779, some 20 years after Jerome Wiltsee places him in Spencertown. If Cornelius Jr. had land in western Claverack, it would explain why four of his sons are living in the nearby town of Hillsdale in the 1790 census. Examining Cornelius' Revolutionary War service records may give a more accurate idea of when he left Dutchess Co. and how and when he settled in Duanesburgh, NY. He was certainly there when he enlisted for military service and again in 1790 when he is listed in the Duanesburgh census along with sons Thomas, Henry, James and Cornell. Cornelius Sr. wrote his will between 1791 and 10 Dec1800 when it was proved in Duanesburgh, Albany Co, NY. Executors of the will were sons Henry Wiltsey, James Wiltsey and John Wiltsey. 5. Henry WILTSIE was born on 15 Jul 1759 probably in or near Fishkill or Beekman, Dutchess Co, NY. He died on 14 Jun 1833 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. He was married to Ruth SEARING on 11 Jul 1784 in NY (date from the "Wilsey Genealogy" which lists no town or church for the event.) The logical assumption is that Henry and Ruth were married in Hillsdale, Columbia Co, NY since both of them were living there in 1790, though whether either of their families were in Hillsdale in 1784 is still not known. Ruth SEARING was born on 22 Dec 1761 in Spencertown, Columbia Co, NY (date and place from "Wilsey Genealogy.") She was the daughter of Amos SEARING, whose family was from Hempstead, Queens Co, NY. She died 26 Aug 1829 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY ("Wilsey Genealogy.") Henry enlisted for military service in the War of the Revolution with his father at Duanesburgh (at that time located in Albany Co.) in the 8th Albany Co. Regiment, commanded by Colonel Robert Van Rensselaer. His exact enlistment date and length of service are not yet known. He was listed in Hillsdale, Columbia Co, NY in the 1790 census but had moved to Duanesburgh, Albany (now Schenectady) Co, NY by 1800. It seems reasonable to assume he inherited some part of his fatherâ€™s land there. He was still living in Duanesburgh according to the 1810 census but appears to have sold some or all of his land there to William Ladd on 21 Mar 1811. On 19 Jun 1813, he purchased a 100 acre tract of land in Lot #47 in Hannibal, Onondaga (now Oswego) Co, NY from his brother Benjamin WILTSIE. The deed calls him "Henry Wiltse of the Town of Duanesburgh." Shortly thereafter, Henry moved to Hannibal, NY where he is listed in the 1820 and 1830 census. Local histories claim he brought four of his nephews to Hannibal with him, which is partially verified by the census. Neither Henry nor Ruth are listed among the burials at Hannibal Cemetery. 6. Amos WILTSIE was born on 16 Aug 1786 in Hillsdale, Columbia Co, NY. He died on 2 Jun 1859 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. He was buried in Hannibal Village Cemetery in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. He was married to Anna ROCKWELL on 9 Mar 1809, probably in Duanesburgh, Schenectady Co, NY, where both of them were living at the time. Anna ROCKWELL was born on 24 Oct 1789 in Duanesburgh, Schenectady Co, NY (date calculated from her tombstone.) She was the daughter of James ROCKWELL and Anna WILLIAMS, originally from New London Co, CT. Anna ROCKWELL died on Mar 13, 1870 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY and is buried in Hannibal Village Cemetery. Amos is listed in the 1810 census for Duanesburgh, Schenectady Co, NY, then came to Hannibal, NY with his father. Amos and Anna were founding members of the First Baptist Church of Sterling, Cayuga Co, NY in 1813. On 28 Jun 1815 Amos bought a 50-acre part of Lot #47 in Hannibal, Onondaga (now Oswego) Co, NY from his uncle Benjamin WILTSIE. Amos is listed in the Hannibal census of 1820, 1830, 1840 and 1850. After the death of her husband, Anna petitioned Oswego Co. for an admeasure of her dowry on 31 Mar 1860. According to this petition, she was living in Sterling, Cayuga Co, NY at the time, probably with her daughter Betsey, wife of James VAN HORN. On 28 Apr, 1870, the Oswego Co. Commissioner awarded Annaâ€™s heirs 1/3 of Amos' property in Hannibal, NY. In the 1870 census Anna is listed with her daughter Polly, wife of James TEAGUE in Hannibal, but her name is crossed out since she had died earlier that year. Annaâ€™s estate was probated on 8 Jul 1870 in Oswego Co, NY. She died in testate and a petition was filed on behalf of her children Lydia Ann, Naoma, Olin, Ruth, Betsey, Polly and Amos for permission to divide up her remaining estate. 7. Eli WILTSIE was born on 28 Dec 1811 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. He died in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY on 28 Oct 1883. He was married to Jane MCMILLEN on 3 Jun 1835 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. Jane MCMILLEN was born on 29 Dec 1811 in Rath Carberry, Co Armagh, Ireland, daughter of Robert MCMILLEN and Nancy Agnes MARTIN. Jane died on 23 Jun 1889 in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY. Cause of death was listed as "Cardiac Dropsy." Jane MCMILLENâ€™s family came to Oswego Co, NY in 1826 or 1827. Of her, the Wiltsies always said that when she married Eli, "the Devil came into our family" because Jane was "a drinker and a card-player." In Ireland her family had been flax-growers and in Oswego, NY they farmed and kept a large fruit orchard. Eli seems to have lived a fairly quiet life and not many records have been found for him. He worked alternately as a farmer and as a cooper. He is listed in the census for the Town of Oswego, Oswego Co, NY in 1850 and 1860. But in 1870 he and Jane, their children having all grown, are listed in the census for South Saginaw (Spaulding), Saginaw Co, MI. The reason for the move is still a mystery. By 1880 they had returned to Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY where they both died. According to family legend, Eli helped build the Erie Canal and once owned a small boat called "The Wiltsie" which he used for this purpose. A relative supposedly had a drawing of the boat that she had taken from a book or a newspaper but it has disappeared. 8. William W. WILTSIE was born on 11 May 1837 in Oswego Town, Oswego Co, NY, along with a twin brother, Willis WILTSIE. He died on 16 Jul 1911 in Oswego Town, Oswego Co, NY. The cause of death was listed as "cancer on neck." He was married to Anna M. MCDONALD on 14 Apr 1863 in Oswego, Oswego Co, NY. Anna M. MCDONALD was born on 9 Oct 1839 in Oswego Village (now Oswego Town), Oswego Co, NY, daughter of John A. MCDONALD and Mary T. CLARK. She died on 13 Dec 1922 in Oswego Town, Oswego Co, NY at the home of her daughter Nettie Wiltsie, wife of Joe MCCONNEL. Pictures of William show a stern-looking man with light brown hair and ice-blue eyes. He worked as a fruit farmer until his cancer progressed to the point where he could no longer function. He is listed on the census in Oswego Town in 1850, and in Hannibal, Oswego Co, NY in 1860, 1880, 1900 and 1910. Both he and Anna are buried in the Rural-Union Cemetery in Scriba, Oswego Co, NY. 9. Alvin John WILTSIE was born on 28 Mar 1873 in Oswego Town, Oswego Co., NY, along with a twin brother Melvin W. WILTSIE. He died in 1948 in the City of Oswego, Oswego Co, NY. He was married to Alice May GUILDS on 7 Oct 1898 in NY. Alice May GUILDS was born in Aug 1879 in Darlington Twp, Ontario, Canada. She died in 1960 in the City of Oswego, Oswego Co, NY. Alvin and Alice are buried in Riverside Cemetery, City of Oswego, Oswego Co, NY. 10. Doris Marion WILTSIE was born on 28 Feb 1913 in Newark, NJ. (my paternal grandmother.) Sincerely, Dan Atwell
Marytje (Maria) Cornelis Van Wyck [Parents] was born about 1670 in Flatbush, , New York. She died about 1725 in Hempstead, (Flushing?), New York. She was buried about 1725 in Hempstead, , New York. She married Martin Hendricksen Wiltse or Wiltse on 26 Jul 1690 in MIDout, Flatbush, New York.
They had the following children:
M i Cornelius Martensen Wiltse Sr. M ii Hendrick (Hendricus) Wiltse was born about 1693 in Newtown, Jamaica, Queens, New York. He was christened on 23 Jul 1693 in Jamaica, Queens, New York.
Never married. Member of Capt. Joshua Cornell's company of Queen's County militia in 1715.
M iii Johannes Wiltse M iv Martin (Martyn) (Martynis) Wiltse F v Margaret Wiltse F vi Annatje Wiltse was born about 1699 in Newtown, , New York. F vii Anatie Wiltse F viii Maria Wiltse F ix Catherine Wiltse was born on 17 Oct 1704 in Jamaica, Queens, New York. She was christened on 27 Oct 1704 in 1st Dut. Ref. Ch, Jamaica, Queens, New York. She died in 1729. F x Sophia Wiltse