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Ruth Sawyer1

b. 10 September 1648, d. after 1707
Ruth Sawyer|b. 10 Sep 1648\nd. a 1707|p454.htm#i29824|William Sawyer of Newbury|b. c 1613\nd. 1702|p453.htm#i29833|Ruth Bitfield|b. c 1615|p261.htm#i29834|||||||||||||
FatherWilliam Sawyer of Newbury2 b. circa 1613, d. 1702
MotherRuth Bitfield2 b. circa 1615
     Ruth Sawyer was born on 10 September 1648 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.3,4 She was the daughter of William Sawyer of Newbury and Ruth Bitfield.2 Ruth Sawyer married Deacon Benjamin Morse of Newbury, son of Anthony Morse of Newbury and Ann Cox, on 26 August 1667 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,5 Ruth Sawyer died after 1707.1

Family

Deacon Benjamin Morse of Newbury b. 28 March 1640, d. after 1707
Child

Citations

  1. [S1550] CHGWP, online http://www.geocities.com/ckhansgw/hp.htm
  2. [S1569] J. Howard Morse, Morse Genealogy, pg. 46.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 4, Sawyer.
  4. [S1569] J. Howard Morse, Morse Genealogy, pg. 46, 16 Sep 1648.
  5. [S1553] A. M. Rev. Abner Morse, Memorial of the Morses, pg. 89, for fact.
  6. [S1569] J. Howard Morse, Morse Genealogy, pg. 56.
  7. [S1553] A. M. Rev. Abner Morse, Memorial of the Morses, pg. 89.

Deacon Nehemiah Abbott1

b. after 1631, d. March 1706/7
Deacon Nehemiah Abbott|b. a 1631\nd. Mar 1706/7|p454.htm#i23163|George Abbott of Rowley|b. 1597\nd. 1647|p443.htm#i20761||||||||||||||||
FatherGeorge Abbott of Rowley2 b. 1597, d. 1647
     Deacon Nehemiah Abbott was born after 1631 at England?.1 He was the son of George Abbott of Rowley.2 Deacon Nehemiah Abbott married Mary Howe, daughter of John Howe Sr. and Mary Howe, Mrs., on 14 December 1659 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Deacon Nehemiah Abbott died in March 1706/7 at Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts.3

Family

Mary Howe b. circa 1641

Citations

  1. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 46.
  2. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 12.
  3. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 48.

Doctor Hendrick Van Dyck

b. circa 1665, d. 11 April 1707
Doctor Hendrick Van Dyck|b. c 1665\nd. 11 Apr 1707|p454.htm#i19206|Doctor Cornelius Van Dyck|b. 1642\nd. 1686/87|p449.htm#i19209|Elizabeth Laeckens|b. c 1643\nd. b 1682|p448.htm#i19210|||||||||||||
FatherDoctor Cornelius Van Dyck b. 1642, d. 1686/87
MotherElizabeth Laeckens b. circa 1643, d. before 1682
     Doctor Hendrick Van Dyck was born circa 1665. He was the son of Doctor Cornelius Van Dyck and Elizabeth Laeckens. Doctor Hendrick Van Dyck married Maria Schuyler, daughter of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyna Ver Planck, in 1689. Doctor Hendrick Van Dyck died on 11 April 1707.

Family

Maria Schuyler b. 29 September 1666, d. 7 June 1742
Child

Samuel Blanchard of Charleston1

b. 6 August 1629, d. 22 April 1707
Samuel Blanchard of Charleston|b. 6 Aug 1629\nd. 22 Apr 1707|p454.htm#i29772|Thomas Blanchard|b. c 1600\nd. 21 May 1654|p444.htm#i29774|Elizabeth (?)|b. s 1609\nd. b 23 Jul 1636|p443.htm#i29775|||||||||||||
FatherThomas Blanchard1,2 b. circa 1600, d. 21 May 1654
MotherElizabeth (?)1 b. say 1609, d. before 23 July 1636
     Samuel Blanchard of Charleston was born on 6 August 1629 at Goodworth Clatford, Hampshire, England.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Blanchard and Elizabeth (?).1,2 Samuel Blanchard of Charleston came to New England with his father at the age of 10 in 1639.2 He married Mary Sweetser, daughter of Seth Sweetser of Charleston and Bethia Cooke, on 3 January 1654/55 at Charleston, Massachusetts; His 1st.2 Samuel Blanchard of Charleston witnessed the will of Seth Sweetser of Charleston on 24 May 1662; Bequests to wife Elizabeth, daughter Sarah, son Samuel Blancher and his wife Mary, daughter Hannah Fitch and to his wife's three children. Son Benjamin and Edward Drinker executors. Mr. Richard Russell and my brother Thomas Gold overseers.1 Samuel Blanchard of Charleston was a prominent citizen of Charlestown and Malden.1 He married Hannah Daggett, daughter of Thomas Daggett of Marshfield and Elizabeth Humphrey, on 24 June 1673 at Charleston, Massachusetts; His 2nd.2 Samuel Blanchard of Charleston was had already established his name as early at 1679 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts. In that year, land near "Blanchard's Pond" was bought by Moses Haggit.3 He was on a list of proprieters as a householder before 1681 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He removed to Andover, as is commonly said on 10 June 1686. He was collector of taxes and constable, and owned large tracts of land there.1 He was Constable (of the south end of town) in 1687 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He was again Constable (of the south end of town) in 1688 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He was Selectman and Overseer of the Poor in 1694 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He died on 22 April 1707 at Charleston, Massachusetts, at age 77 years, 8 months and 16 days.1 His estate was probated on 5 May 1707 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts; He died testate.4 Samuel Blanchard of Charleston was buried in West Parish Cemetery, Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1

Family 1

Mary Sweetser b. 1637, d. 20 February 1669
Child

Family 2

Hannah Daggett b. 1647, d. 10 July 1725
Child

Citations

  1. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol. 2, pg. 868.
  3. [S1413] Sarah Loring Bailey, Andover 1880.
  4. [S1579] Melinde Lutz Sanborn, Essex, Massachusetts Probate Records, 1638-1840.

Nathaniel Paine

b. circa 1682, d. 26 May 1707
Nathaniel Paine|b. c 1682\nd. 26 May 1707|p454.htm#i417|John Paine of Burlington|b. c 1653\nd. 1703|p453.htm#i413|Elizabeth Field|b. c 1655\nd. 28 Dec 1701|p452.htm#i414|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Paine of Burlington b. circa 1653, d. 1703
MotherElizabeth Field b. circa 1655, d. 28 December 1701
     Nathaniel Paine was born circa 1682 at Burlington County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Paine of Burlington and Elizabeth Field. Nathaniel Paine died on 26 May 1707 at Burlington County, New Jersey.

Richard Stockton Sr.1

b. 20 June 1606, d. 25 September 1707
Richard Stockton Sr.|b. 20 Jun 1606\nd. 25 Sep 1707|p454.htm#i4081|Owen Stockton|b. c 1582\nd. 2 Dec 1610|p441.htm#i16023||||John Stockton of Kiddington|b. c 1562\nd. 13 Jun 1643|p443.htm#i11375||||||||||
FatherOwen Stockton b. circa 1582, d. 2 December 1610
     The Richard Stockton who settled in Princeton was born in England. According to family tradition - the family records were probably among the papers burned by the British when they occupied Morven in December 1776 - his father, also named Richard, was one of the Stocktons who had dwelt in Cheshire since the time of the Conquest.2 Richard Stockton Sr. was christened on 20 June 1606 at the Parish Church, Keddington, Malpas Parish, Cheshire, England; A descendant of John Stockton, Esq., of Kiddington, in the Parish of Malpas, County of Chester, England.3,1,4 He was the son of Owen Stockton. Richard Stockton Sr. married Abigail Bloomfield in 1652 at Malpas Parish?, Cheshire?, England.5,6,7 Richard Stockton Sr. and Abigail Bloomfield immigrated to Flushing, New York, arriving before 1656. Richard Stockton Sr. was his name appears on a petition requesting the release of William Wickenden, who had been imprisoned for preaching without a licence, on 8 November 1656 at Flushing, Long Island, New York. He firmly styled himself "yeoman," not "gentleman" on all document, despite the supposed gentle descent.8 He began military service on 22 April 1665 at Flushing, New York, commissioned by Colonel Nicolls, governor of the colony, as a Lieutenant of Horse.9

In 1685, Richard Stockton Sr. appeared on the census at Flushing, New York, Details provided: was listed as a Freeholder.

He was buying what were generally stigmitized as "Quaker Books" in 1686.8 He was made a "free man" of New York in 1688.10 He was imprisoned for opposing Leisler in 1689.10 He was purchased 2,000 acres of land from George Hutchinson on 30 January 1690 at Oneanickon, Springfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.11 He became a member of the Society of Friends before 1691.8 He moved to West Jersey and became a member of the Society of Friends in 1692 at Burlington County, New Jersey.12,13 He was sold the land he previously owned, 80 acres, to John Rodman on 12 March 1694 at Flushing, New York. He was a member of an unknown place circa 1700; were Quakers. He left a will on 25 January 1705/6. He died on 25 September 1707 at Oneanickon, Springfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, at age 101 years, 3 months and 5 days. At an advanced age, and feeble, but in full possession of his mind.1,5,14 His estate was probated on 10 October 1707.

Family

Abigail Bloomfield b. circa 1642, d. after 14 April 1714
Children

Citations

  1. [S135] M.D. Thomas Coates Stockton, The Stockton Family of New Jersey, p. 1-5..
  2. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 5.
  3. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, pg 174.
  4. [S832] Parish Register Copies at the SOG, or not, online http://www.sog.org.uk/prc/index.html, no: HARTHILL Malpas; M 1599-1837 [33].
  5. [S245] LDS.
  6. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 256.
  7. [S832] Parish Register Copies at the SOG, or not, online http://www.sog.org.uk/prc/index.html, yes: HARTHILL Malpas; M 1599-1837 [33].
  8. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 6.
  9. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 256, "1665".
  10. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 20.
  11. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 257, "1690".
  12. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 256-257.
  13. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 6, 1692.
  14. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 256, "Sep 1707".
  15. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.

Matthias Mårtensson Sr.1

b. 1669, d. December 1707
Matthias Mårtensson Sr.|b. 1669\nd. Dec 1707|p454.htm#i1660|Mårten Mårtensson Sr.|b. c 1606\nd. 31 May 1706|p453.htm#i1664|N. N. (?)|b. c 1642|p12.htm#i1665|||||||||||||
FatherMårten Mårtensson Sr. b. circa 1606, d. 31 May 1706
MotherN. N. (?) b. circa 1642
     Matthias Mårtensson Sr. was born in 1669 at Ammansland (Ridley Township), Chester County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Mårten Mårtensson Sr. and N. N. (?). Matthias Mårtensson Sr. married Anna Gustafsdotter Justis, daughter of Johan Gustafsson and Brita Månsdotter, circa 1690; Her 1st.2,1 Matthias Mårtensson Sr. lived circa 1693 at Ridley Township.3

In 1693, Matthias Mårtensson Sr. appeared on the census at New Sweden, Delaware, Details provided: Head of Household.4



In 1693, Matthias Mårtensson Sr. was enumerated with Mårten Mårtensson Sr. on the census at Ammansland, Ridley Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.5

Matthias Mårtensson Sr. witnessed the will of Mårten Mårtensson Sr. in May 1703; In lieu of a will, he signed two deeds dividing his lands between his two youngest sons. The home plantation (the Morton Homestead) was given to his son Matthias "for taking care and maintaining of me and my wife during the remainder of our natural lives." The rest of Mårten's lands at Ammansland and on Raccoon Creek were divided between Matthias and Andrew.2 Matthias Mårtensson Sr. built a log cabin at the Morton Homestead, adjacent to his father's. This cabin is the oldest log cabin still standing in America today.2 He inherited the Morton Homestead, where he'd lived all his life, (and this homestead is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places), in 1706.3,6 He and Anna Gustafsdotter Justis had seven children by her first marriage, including Maria.3 Matthias Mårtensson Sr. died in December 1707 at age 38 years.3,2,1 Matthias Mårtensson Sr. was buried in Gloria Dei. Payment for the funeral of Matthias is recorded in Pastor Sandel's accounts.

Family

Anna Gustafsdotter Justis b. circa 1666, d. after 1740
Children

Citations

  1. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #32.
  2. [S341] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Mårten Mårtensson".
  3. [S340] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Johan Gustafsson".
  4. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes).
  5. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #30.
  6. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 41 - footnote 42.

Sarah Butterworth1

b. 28 May 1653, d. before 1708
Sarah Butterworth|b. 28 May 1653\nd. b 1708|p454.htm#i20374|John Butterworth|b. c 1633|p183.htm#i20375|Sarah (?)|b. c 1633|p183.htm#i20376|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Butterworth1 b. circa 1633
MotherSarah (?)1 b. circa 1633
     Sarah Butterworth was born on 28 May 1653 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of John Butterworth and Sarah (?).1 Sarah Butterworth married William Hayward, son of William Hayward of London and Margery Knight, before 1672 at Massachusetts; His 1st.1 Sarah Butterworth died before 1708.1

Family

William Hayward b. circa 1644, d. 17 December 1717
Children

Citations

  1. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59.
  2. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 59, per VR of Rehobath.
  3. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 60.

Guertje Harmens Coerton

b. circa 1652, d. 1708
Guertje Harmens Coerton|b. c 1652\nd. 1708|p454.htm#i1999|Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen|b. c 1610\nd. 26 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i2439|Aertje Gerrits|b. c 1620\nd. 2 Dec 1684|p449.htm#i2440|Coerton|b. c 1580|p18.htm#i2441||||||||||
FatherHarmen Coerton of Voorhuysen1 b. circa 1610, d. 26 November 1689
MotherAertje Gerrits b. circa 1620, d. 2 December 1684
     Guertje Harmens Coerton was born circa 1652 at Voorhuysen, Guelderland, Holland, Netherlands.2,1 She was the daughter of Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen and Aertje Gerrits.1 Guertje Harmens Coerton accompanied the immigration of Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen on 12 February 1659 to New Utrecht, New York, New Netherlands; Aboard the ship De Trouw (The Faith) were "Harmen Coerten, from Voorhuysen and wife and 5 children." The ship was captained by Jan Jansen Bestevaer.3,1 Guertje Harmens Coerton married Hendrick Matthyse Smock, son of Matthys (?) and N. N. Jansen, circa 1668 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York.1 Guertje Harmens Coerton and Hendrick Matthyse Smock were became members of the Reformed Dutch Church under Domine Van Zuuren in 1678 at New Utrecht, New York.4 Guertje Harmens Coerton and Hendrick Matthyse Smock deeded, as Hendrick Mattyse of New Utrecht and wife Gertie, Aert Van Pelt of same place, land there bounded by that of Hendrick Mattyse formerly in possession of John Van Cleeff, Nicholas De Meyer, and others, but "now in possession of Hendrick Mattyse," both signing, she by mark, on 20 April 1697 at New Utrecht, New York.5 Guertje Harmens Coerton appeared on the census of 1698 in the household of Hendrick Matthyse Smock at Kings County, New York; "Freeholder of New Utrecht, with wife and four children." Guertje Harmens Coerton witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of Guert Coerton after 17 August 1701 at Bergen, New Jersey; Guertje Harmens, wife of Hendrick Matthyse Smock, is mentioned as "his brothers daughter" and Matthyse Hendricksen Smack as the oldest son of Guertje Harmens.6 Guertje Harmens Coerton died in 1708 at Staten Island, Richmond, New York.7

Family

Hendrick Matthyse Smock b. circa 1644, d. after April 1708
Children

Citations

  1. [S336] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, 68.
  2. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository.
  3. [S121] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists Of Inhabitants Of Colonial New York, Chapter entitled Early Immigrants to New Netherland 1657-1664.
  4. [S73] Tuenis G. Bergen, 200th Anniversary Reformed Dutch Church Address.
  5. [S690] Josephine C. Frost, "KCo Brooklyn Conveyances", pg. 52.
  6. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository, pg. 2.
  7. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co..
  8. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository, pg viii.

Elizabeth Wilmarth1

b. 4 April 1647, d. 1708
Elizabeth Wilmarth|b. 4 Apr 1647\nd. 1708|p454.htm#i23265|Ensign Thomas Wilmarth|b. 1628\nd. 13 May 1694|p451.htm#i23486|Elizabeth Bliss|b. 19 Sep 1615\nd. 1676|p447.htm#i23822|||||||Thomas Bliss of Rehoboth|b. c 1588\nd. Jun 1649|p444.htm#i28010|Dorothy Wheatleigh|b. 22 Aug 1591|p248.htm#i28009|
FatherEnsign Thomas Wilmarth2 b. 1628, d. 13 May 1694
MotherElizabeth Bliss3 b. 19 September 1615, d. 1676
     Also called Elizabeth Wilmot.2 Also called Elizabeth Willmot.4 Elizabeth Wilmarth was daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth.5,6 She was born on 4 April 1647 at Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.3 She was the daughter of Ensign Thomas Wilmarth and Elizabeth Bliss.2,3 Elizabeth Wilmarth married Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth, son of Robert Fuller of Rehoboth and Ann (?), on 14 December 1664 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2,4 Elizabeth Wilmarth died in 1708 at Massachusetts at age 60 years.1

Family

Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth b. 15 June 1643, d. 10 February 1708/9
Child

Citations

  1. [S1054] Kittymunson.com, online http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/map.html
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 2:217.
  3. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 628.
  4. [S764] James N. Arnold, VR MA Rehobath 1642-1896, Record #: 1:44 - Jonathan Fuller & Elizabeth Willmot.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 2:217, perhaps.
  6. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 628, certainly.
  7. [S980] Deaths) Vital Records (births, VR Mass. FTM CD# 220, son of Jonathan and Elizabeth.

Daniel Brewer1

b. say 1628, d. 1708
Daniel Brewer|b. s 1628\nd. 1708|p454.htm#i30094|Daniel Brewer of Roxbury|b. c 1600\nd. 28 Mar 1646|p443.htm#i29795||||||||||||||||
FatherDaniel Brewer of Roxbury2 b. circa 1600, d. 28 March 1646
     Daniel Brewer was born say 1628. He was the son of Daniel Brewer of Roxbury.2 Daniel Brewer was mentioned in his father's will, and said to be unmarried on 12 January 1646.2 He was recognized in the will of Daniel Brewer of Roxbury on 12 January 1645/46; Daniel Brewer of Roxbury, husbandman, divided his lands between his wife Joanna and his son Daniel, and bequeathed money and movables to son Nathaniel and daughters Ann, Joanna and Sarah; Daniel and the three daughters are stated to be unmarried; Isaac Morrell and Edward Bridge to be overseers; witnessed by William Dennison and Edward Bridge; signed by mark ("D B").2 Daniel Brewer married Hannah Morrill, daughter of Isaac Morrill of Hatfield Broadoak, on 5 November 1652 at Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.1,3 Daniel Brewer was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in 1666 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 He died in 1708.1

Family

Hannah Morrill b. 6 September 1636 or 12 September 1636

Citations

  1. [S1600] Nathaniel lane taylor: leaves from a genealogist's sketch-book, online http://home.earthlink.net/~nathanieltaylor/leaves/index.htm, Descent from five 17th-century members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston.
  2. [S53] Immigrants to New England 1620-1633
    , The Great Migration Begins, under Daniel Brewer.
  3. [S1601] Genealogy of Kristin Carole Hall, online http://xenia.media.mit.edu/~kristin/fambly/IndexFamily.html, for date.

Hendrick Matthyse Smock1,2,3,4

b. circa 1644, d. after April 1708
Hendrick Matthyse Smock|b. c 1644\nd. a Apr 1708|p454.htm#i1998|Matthys (?)|b. c 1618|p22.htm#i2862|N. N. Jansen|b. c 1620|p22.htm#i2861|||||||Jan Saine|b. c 1598|p22.htm#i2863||||
FatherMatthys (?) b. circa 1618
MotherN. N. Jansen b. circa 1620
     Also called Hendrick Matthysse Smack Per the 1687 Oath of Allegiance record.5,6 As 1st son, named after his father's father, per Dutch tradition. Hendrick Matthyse Smock was born circa 1644 at Utrecht, Utrecht Province, Netherlands. He was the son of Matthys (?) and N. N. Jansen. Hendrick Matthyse Smock immigrated to New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, arriving 1654.5,7,8 He accompanied the immigration of Swaine Jansen in 1654 to New Utrecht, Kings County, New York; from Utrecht, the Netherlands. Hendrick Matthyse Smock was bought land on 16 January 1665 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York. His purchase was for plantation lot 10, containing 30 morgans (about 60 acres), from Jacques Cortelyou.9 He married Guertje Harmens Coerton, daughter of Harmen Coerton of Voorhuysen and Aertje Gerrits, circa 1668 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York.5 Hendrick Matthyse Smock was appointed as the first magistrate (or constable) in 1669 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York. This appointment was under the English following the submission of the Dutch powers to the English in 1664. He was further appointed magistrate in 1673, 1676, 1679, 1682, and 1689.10

In 1675, Hendrick Matthyse Smock appeared on the census at New Utrecht, New York, Details provided: On the assessment roll.

He was sold a farm to Hans Hansen in 1677. He and Guertje Harmens Coerton were became members of the Reformed Dutch Church under Domine Van Zuuren in 1678 at New Utrecht, New York.11

In 1683, Hendrick Matthyse Smock appeared on the census at New Utrecht, New York, Details provided: On the assessment roll.

He signed an Agreement and Settlement of the Estate of Matthys Jansen Laenen, as guardian of Jan and Jacob Tysson, in March 1683 at New Utrecht, New York.12

In 1685, Hendrick Matthyse Smock appeared on the census at New Utrecht, New York, Details provided: On the patent.

He took the Oath of Allegiance to the King of England on 26 September 1687 at Kings County, New York.6,5,8,13 He and Guertje Harmens Coerton deeded, as Hendrick Mattyse of New Utrecht and wife Gertie, Aert Van Pelt of same place, land there bounded by that of Hendrick Mattyse formerly in possession of John Van Cleeff, Nicholas De Meyer, and others, but "now in possession of Hendrick Mattyse," both signing, she by mark, on 20 April 1697 at New Utrecht, New York.14

In 1698, Hendrick Matthyse Smock appeared on the census at Kings County, New York, Details provided: "Freeholder of New Utrecht, with wife and four children."

He relocated to Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, before 1706. He was is listed in records as "Hendrick Smock, Assessor, West" in 1706 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. He died after April 1708 at Staten Island, Richmond County, New York.15 He died after June 1708.5

Family

Guertje Harmens Coerton b. circa 1652, d. 1708
Children

Citations

  1. [S54] Ph. D. John C. Smock, Smock, John C., Progenitor of the Smock Family in America. The book was written by a direct descendent of Hendrick's..
  2. [S68] Conover Family Web Page, online http://www.radix.net/~conover/mypage.htm
  3. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., Pg 264-265.
  4. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository.
  5. [S336] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, 68.
  6. [S78] M.D. E.B. O'Callaghan, Doc. History - NY.
  7. [S700] Michael Tepper, Tepper, pg. 46.
  8. [S701] P. William Filby with Mary K. Meyer, P&I Lists, pg. 1961.
  9. [S54] Ph. D. John C. Smock, Smock, John C., pg. 1.
  10. [S73] Tuenis G. Bergen, 200th Anniversary Reformed Dutch Church Address, pg. 39, 44, & 47.
  11. [S73] Tuenis G. Bergen, 200th Anniversary Reformed Dutch Church Address.
  12. [S689] David McQueen, "KCo Deeds", pg. 74.
  13. [S702] Edmund Baily O' Callaghan, O'Callaghan - Oaths, pg. 660.
  14. [S690] Josephine C. Frost, "KCo Brooklyn Conveyances", pg. 52.
  15. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co..
  16. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository, pg viii.
  17. [S517] ? (Jason Mark Mushrush), ..

John Ward1

b. February 1626/27, d. 2 July 1708
John Ward|b. Feb 1626/27\nd. 2 Jul 1708|p454.htm#i20378|Deacon William Ward|b. 15 May 1603\nd. 10 Aug 1687|p450.htm#i20384|Elizabeth Phillippus|b. c 1605|p183.htm#i20390|Edward Ward|b. 1573|p183.htm#i20386||||||||||
FatherDeacon William Ward2,1,3 b. 15 May 1603, d. 10 August 1687
MotherElizabeth Phillippus3 b. circa 1605
     John Ward was probably the eldest son of William of Sudbury.2 He was born in February 1626/27 at circa, Clerkenwell, London, England.2,1,3 He was the son of Deacon William Ward and Elizabeth Phillippus.2,1,3 John Ward immigrated arriving 1639; He came with his father to America.4 He accompanied the immigration of Deacon William Ward in 1639 to Massachusetts.4 John Ward married Hannah Jackson, daughter of Edward Jackson and Frances (?), circa 1650 at Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2,1,5 John Ward was of the first selectmen in Newton when the town was set off from Cambridge at Massachusetts.2 He was admitted as Freeman in 1685 at Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He was a Representative in 1689 at Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2 He died on 2 July 1708 at Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 81 years and 5 months.2

Family

Hannah Jackson b. 1 May 1634, d. 21 April 1704
Children

Citations

  1. [S791] Caryl's Family Tree, online http://home.att.net/~caryl-lloyd/WC02/WC02_480.htm
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, IV:408-409.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 7729906, source call # 1126145, film, sheet # 51.
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, IV:414.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, II:pg. 527-529.

Catharina Fonteyn

b. 18 March 1705, d. before October 1708
Catharina Fonteyn|b. 18 Mar 1705\nd. b Oct 1708|p454.htm#i4036|Jacques Jacobus Fonteyn|b. c 1666\nd. b 5 Oct 1750|p461.htm#i3075|Anna Webber|b. 4 Jul 1671\nd. c 1750|p461.htm#i3076|Charel Fonteyn|b. b 1625\nd. b Sep 1687|p450.htm#i2583|Catharyn de Baile|b. b 1627\nd. 1707|p453.htm#i3087|Wolfert Webber III|b. 24 Dec 1634|p24.htm#i3081|Geertje Hassing|b. c 1645\nd. b 15 Apr 1715|p455.htm#i3082|
FatherJacques Jacobus Fonteyn b. circa 1666, d. before 5 October 1750
MotherAnna Webber b. 4 July 1671, d. circa 1750
     Catharina Fonteyn was baptized on 18 March 1705 at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.1 She was the daughter of Jacques Jacobus Fonteyn and Anna Webber. Catharina Fonteyn died before October 1708. Another daughter (the 3rd now) named Catharina followed.

Citations

  1. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms, 1691, 8 Feb; Jacque Fonteyn, Anna Webbers; Catharina; Wolfert Webber, Geertie Hassing.

Catalyna Ver Planck1

b. February 1638/39, d. 8 October 1708
Catalyna Ver Planck|b. Feb 1638/39\nd. 8 Oct 1708|p454.htm#i19083|Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck|b. 1606\nd. 1691|p450.htm#i4219|Maria Vigne|b. c 1613\nd. 1670|p446.htm#i4216|Isaac Ver Planck|b. 1580|p171.htm#i19208||||Ghislain Vigne|b. c 1586\nd. b 1632|p442.htm#i4213|Adrienne Cuville|b. c 1590\nd. a 1633|p442.htm#i4214|
FatherAbraham Isaacson Ver Planck1,2 b. 1606, d. 1691
MotherMaria Vigne1 b. circa 1613, d. 1670
     Catalyna Ver Planck was the ancestor of Theodore Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt.1 She was born in February 1638/39.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Isaacson Ver Planck and Maria Vigne.1,2 Catalyna Ver Planck married David Pieterse Schuyler on 13 October 1657 at New Amsterdam, New York.1,2 Catalyna Ver Planck died on 8 October 1708 at age 69 years and 8 months.

Family

David Pieterse Schuyler b. circa 1632
Children

Citations

  1. [S156] Fulkerson.org, online http://members.home.com/apr1jan/index.html
  2. [S137] Various Contributors, Collections on History of Albany, Vol IV, pg. 162.
  3. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland1

b. 2 April 1653, d. 28 October 1708
George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland|b. 2 Apr 1653\nd. 28 Oct 1708|p454.htm#i24312|Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 18 Mar 1609\nd. 9 Feb 1670|p446.htm#i27938|Sofie Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg|b. 1628\nd. 1685|p449.htm#i28873|Christian I., King of Denmark and Norway|b. 12 Apr 1577\nd. 28 Feb 1648|p444.htm#i27939|Anne von Brandenburg|b. 26 Jun 1575\nd. 8 Apr 1612|p441.htm#i28874|Georg, Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg|b. 17 Feb 1582\nd. 12 Apr 1641|p443.htm#i25385|Anna E. von Hessen-Darmstadt|b. 30 Jul 1601\nd. 6 May 1659|p445.htm#i29064|
FatherFrederick III, King of Denmark and Norway2 b. 18 March 1609, d. 9 February 1670
MotherSofie Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg3 b. 1628, d. 1685
     George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland was born on 2 April 1653 at Copenhagen.3 He was the son of Frederick III, King of Denmark and Norway and Sofie Amalie von Braunschweig-Lüneburg.2,3 George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland married Anne, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland, daughter of James II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland and Anne Hyde, on 28 July 1683 at St. James's Palace.1 George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland died on 28 October 1708 at Kensington, England, at age 55 years, 6 months and 26 days.1

Family

Anne, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland b. 6 February 1665, d. 1 August 1714

Citations

  1. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…
  2. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 94.
  3. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Oldenburg 3.

Isaac Horner of Northampton1

b. 8 October 1648, d. 20 December 1708
Isaac Horner of Northampton|b. 8 Oct 1648\nd. 20 Dec 1708|p454.htm#i419|Bartholomew Horner Sr.|b. c 1605\nd. 8 Jul 1665|p445.htm#i438|Bridget (?)|b. c 1607\nd. 18 Feb 1650|p444.htm#i439|Anthony Horner Sr.|b. 17 Nov 1573\nd. 1632|p442.htm#i469||||||||||
FatherBartholomew Horner Sr.2,3 b. circa 1605, d. 8 July 1665
MotherBridget (?)3 b. circa 1607, d. 18 February 1650
     Isaac Horner of Northampton was a Quaker. He was born in October 1648 at England. He was christened on 6 October 1648 at Kirkgate, Yorkshire, England.3 He was christened on 8 October 1648 at St. Peter's, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.2 He was the son of Bartholomew Horner Sr. and Bridget (?).2,3 Isaac Horner of Northampton was granted by the Town the priviledge of the stream at the Beaver Swamp by the Shore, so called, to set up a Fulling Mill between 1677 and 1678 at Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.4 He was signed a certificate which allowed his wife-to-be, Lydia Wright, to go to Barbadoes on 30 December 1682 at Quarterly Meeting, Flushing, Long Island, New York.5 He was a witness where Lydia Wright given a certificate to pass the winter with the Quaker settlement in the West Indies on 30 December 1682 at 10th month, the Quarterly Meeting, Flushing, Long Island, New York.5 Isaac Horner of Northampton was granted, for a second time, the priviledge of the stream at the Beaver Swamp between 1684 and 1685 at Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.4 He married Lydia Wright, daughter of Sergt. Peter Wright Sr. and Alice Way, on 17 March 1683/84 at the Meeting House, Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York.6,7,5 Isaac Horner of Northampton was involved in the Friends Church (it was he that recorded the births in a list which remained preserved in New York, in the 15th Street Meeting House, as late as 1912) in 1685. He was assigned as executor to his mother-in-law, Alice Crab nee Wright, in 1685. He witnessed the will of Alice Way on 22 April 1685 at 2nd month, Oyster Bay, New York, America; "In the name of God, Amen. I, Alice Crabb, of Oyster Bay, leave to my daughter Lydia Horner, the shares of meadow, adjoining the medow once of Nicholas Simkins, in the Town meadow. And two shares by the will of my brother-in-law Anthony Wright. I leave to my daughter Mary Andres, and my grandchild, Job Townsend, all my land and meadow at the South, and at the Plains, all which did belong to my brother Anthony Wright. I leave to my granddaughter Alice Townsend, one little iron pot and pewter plate. My negro man is to be free, but he has to pay oe 4 to Simon Cooper and James Townsend for the use of my grandson Job Townsend. I leave to my three sons Gideon Wright, Jacob Wright, and Adam Wright, 5 shillings each. I make my two sons-in-law Samuel Andrews and Isaac Horner executors."8,7 Isaac Horner of Northampton and Lydia Wright resettled in October 1685 at New Jersey.5 Isaac Horner of Northampton was witness to the will of John Woolston of Mansfield on 12 May 1698 at Burlington County, New Jersey.1 He witnessed the will of John Woolstone of Mansfield on 12 May 1698 at Mansfield, Burlington County, New Jersey; Wolston, John, of Mansfield, Burlington Co; will of. “My now wife” Hannah. Children – Jonathan, Samuel, Hanah, Mary, Sarah, Rebeckah, Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix with John Day and Joseph Cooper of Newtown as overseers. Witnesses – William Cooper, Elizabeth Day and Isaac Horner.9

In 1704, Isaac Horner of Northampton appeared on the census at Burlington County, New Jersey, Details provided: He appears in a Quaker record.10

He left a will on 8 December 1708 at Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey; Horner, Isaac, of Northampton, Burlington Co; will of. Wife Lydia. Children – Deliverance, wife of Thomas Stokes, Hannah, wife of John Matlock, Rachel (under 20). Home farm. Personal property. The wife executrix with Joshua Humphris and son-in-law Stokes as advisers. Witnesses – George Deacon, Thomas Brian, John Wills.1 He was a witness where John Wills of Burlingham witness to the will of Isaac Horner on 8 December 1708 at Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey.1 Isaac Horner of Northampton died on 20 December 1708 at Northampton, Burlington County, New Jersey, at age 60 years, 2 months and 12 days. His estate was probated on 5 September 1709.1

Family

Lydia Wright b. 1655
Children

Citations

  1. [S1420] Unknown author, New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, HORNER, beginning page 238.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # P009621, source call # 0599914 IT 3V. 1.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 5027373, source call # 1553869, sheet 42.
  4. [S202] Josephine C. Frost, Frost Genealogy, pg. 10.
  5. [S555] Esq. John J. Latting, Wright Family of Long Island.
  6. [S11] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, Vol 3 (New York), pg. 171.
  7. [S550] Descendants of Thomas Wright, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/…
  8. [S201] Surrogate Office, Abstracts of Wills 1665-1707 Vol. I, pg 472-473.
  9. [S1420] Unknown author, New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, WOLSTON, page 517.
  10. [S566] Colonial NJ 1607-1789, ., ., pg. 370.

Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth1

b. 15 June 1643, d. 10 February 1708/9
Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth|b. 15 Jun 1643\nd. 10 Feb 1708/9|p454.htm#i23264|Robert Fuller of Rehoboth|b. c 1615\nd. 10 May 1706|p453.htm#i23266|Ann (?)|b. s 1621|p224.htm#i25753|||||||||||||
FatherRobert Fuller of Rehoboth1,2 b. circa 1615, d. 10 May 1706
MotherAnn (?)3 b. say 1621
     Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth was the eldest son of Robert of Salem.3 He was at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.3 He was born on 15 June 1643 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the son of Robert Fuller of Rehoboth and Ann (?).1,2,3 Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth married Elizabeth Wilmarth, daughter of Ensign Thomas Wilmarth and Elizabeth Bliss, on 14 December 1664 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.3,4 Jonathan Fuller of Rehoboth was called the eldest son by his father, Robert, in a deed for land on 28 May 1696 at Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.5 He died on 10 February 1708/9 at Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, at age 65 years, 7 months and 26 days.1,2

Family

Elizabeth Wilmarth b. 4 April 1647, d. 1708
Child

Citations

  1. [S1054] Kittymunson.com, online http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/map.html
  2. [S639] Edmund West, Gene Pool.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 2:217.
  4. [S764] James N. Arnold, VR MA Rehobath 1642-1896, Record #: 1:44 - Jonathan Fuller & Elizabeth Willmot.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, 2:218.
  6. [S980] Deaths) Vital Records (births, VR Mass. FTM CD# 220, son of Jonathan and Elizabeth.

Richard Stockton Jr.1

b. after 1652, d. 30 November 1709
Richard Stockton Jr.|b. a 1652\nd. 30 Nov 1709|p454.htm#i4071|Richard Stockton Sr.|b. 20 Jun 1606\nd. 25 Sep 1707|p454.htm#i4081|Abigail Bloomfield|b. c 1642\nd. a 14 Apr 1714|p455.htm#i4082|Owen Stockton|b. c 1582\nd. 2 Dec 1610|p441.htm#i16023||||||||||
FatherRichard Stockton Sr.2,3 b. 20 June 1606, d. 25 September 1707
MotherAbigail Bloomfield b. circa 1642, d. after 14 April 1714
     Richard Stockton Jr. was born after 1652 at Ulster, Ireland.1,4 He was the son of Richard Stockton Sr. and Abigail Bloomfield.2,3 Richard Stockton Jr. accompanied the immigration of Richard Stockton Sr. and Abigail Bloomfield before 1656 to Flushing, New York. Richard Stockton Jr. firmly styled himself "yeoman," not "gentleman" on all document, despite the supposed gentle descent.5 He lived after 1690 at Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey; He accompanied his father to New Jersey, but settled first in Piscataway. He married Susanna Witham, daughter of Robert Witham and Ann Witham, Mrs., on 9 November 1691 at the Chesterfield Meeting, Somerset County, New Jersey; Her 2nd (widow).6,7,8 Richard Stockton Jr. was one of the trustees of the Friends' Meeting-house in June 1709 at Stoney Brook, Somerset County, New Jersey.9 He left a will on 25 June 1709; In his will he divided his property amongst his family. Son Richard, 300 acres, Samuel, 500 acres, Joseph, 500 acres, Robert, 500 acres, John, 500 acres, Thomas, 600 acres. His mother was to receive annual pension, his wife all his dwellings, and John, when he was of age, the family seat "Morven." He died on 30 November 1709 at Oneanickon, Springfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.1,10 Richard Stockton Jr. was buried in Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, New Jersey.11

Family

Susanna Witham b. 29 November 1668, d. 30 April 1749
Children

Citations

  1. [S135] M.D. Thomas Coates Stockton, The Stockton Family of New Jersey, p. 5-7..
  2. [S135] M.D. Thomas Coates Stockton, The Stockton Family of New Jersey, p. 1-5..
  3. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  4. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 231, "1654, England".
  5. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 6.
  6. [S134] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriage Records Before 1699, p. 185..
  7. [S135] M.D. Thomas Coates Stockton, The Stockton Family of New Jersey, p. 6..
  8. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 231, "Nov 1691".
  9. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, pg 174.
  10. [S678] Garrison Kent Hall, Hall, G. K., pg. 231, "Jul 1709, Princeton, New Jersey".
  11. [S245] LDS.

Hannah Stockton1

b. 1680, d. before 1710
Hannah Stockton|b. 1680\nd. b 1710|p454.htm#i4088|Richard Stockton Sr.|b. 20 Jun 1606\nd. 25 Sep 1707|p454.htm#i4081|Abigail Bloomfield|b. c 1642\nd. a 14 Apr 1714|p455.htm#i4082|Owen Stockton|b. c 1582\nd. 2 Dec 1610|p441.htm#i16023||||||||||
FatherRichard Stockton Sr.1 b. 20 June 1606, d. 25 September 1707
MotherAbigail Bloomfield1 b. circa 1642, d. after 14 April 1714
     Hannah Stockton was born in 1658 at Flushing, New York.1 She was born in 1680.2 She was the daughter of Richard Stockton Sr. and Abigail Bloomfield.1 Hannah Stockton married Phillip Phillips, son of Theophilus Phillips Sr. and Anna Hunt, circa 1701; His 1st.1,2 Hannah Stockton died before 1710.2

Family

Phillip Phillips b. 27 December 1678, d. August 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S306] Pam Jeglinski, ""Stockton's on your webpage"," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 16 Jan 2000.

Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury

b. circa 1627, d. 1710
Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury|b. c 1627\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i1079|John Lucas|b. c 1600|p8.htm#i1080|Ann (?)|b. c 1607|p8.htm#i1081|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Lucas b. circa 1600
MotherAnn (?) b. circa 1607
     Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury was born circa 1627 at Hortun, Oxfordshire, England. She was the daughter of John Lucas and Ann (?). Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury was christened on 29 January 1627/28 at Guilsborough, Northamptonshire, England. She married Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton, son of Thomas Rush and Thomasine Stansted, on 8 June 1648 at Hortun, Oxfordshire, England.1,2,3,4 Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury died in 1710.

Family

Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton b. 22 May 1623, d. May 1699
Children

Citations

  1. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 86, for marriage fact, sans details..
  2. [S161] . Colonial Families, Vol 7, pg. 205.
  3. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2896.
  4. [S1360] Ancestors of John Rush, online http://www.members.tripod.com/~lolson/rushancs.htm, "On April 8, 1648 John Rush married Susannah Lucas of Broughton near Banbury, Oxfordshire, as the entry in the register of the Banbury Meetings of the Society of Friends records. (The record reads: "John Rush of Hornton in the County of Oxford tooke Suzannah Lucas to wife the 8th day of the 4th mo.th 1648.") ".
  5. [S1358] Luther Olson, Olson's Rush Family, 6th Rev..

David Willemsen

b. circa 1676, d. 1710
     David Willemsen was born circa 1676 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He married Marretje Van Neste, daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje, circa 1698. David Willemsen died in 1710 at Somerset County, New Jersey.

Family

Marretje Van Neste b. 1 June 1678, d. after March 1732

Sven Colesberry1

b. circa 1676, d. 1710
     Also called Kolsberg.2 Sven Colesberry was born circa 1676 at Sweden. He was newly arrived in 1701 at New Netherlands. He married Elizabeth Andersson, daughter of Hendrick Andersson Smith and Margareta Mattsson, before June 1701; Her 1st.1 Sven Colesberry gave a promissory note for the payment of quitrents due on two 80-acre lots then owned by his wife's mother, Margaret Smith, on 20 June 1701.2 He died in 1710.1

Family

Elizabeth Andersson b. circa 1680

Citations

  1. [S354] SS Hypertree, online http://www.hypertree.com/, 'The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware' by Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D. | 'The Records of Holy Trinity (Old Swedes) Church' | 'Baptismal Records, 1713-1762, Holy Trinity (Old Swedes Church)' in the Delaware Genealogical Society Journal, vol 2, no 2.
  2. [S354] SS Hypertree, online http://www.hypertree.com/, 'The 1693 Census of the Swedes on the Delaware' by Peter Stebbins Craig, J.D..

William Cooper of Coleshill1,2,3

b. 1632, d. 1710
     William Cooper of Coleshill was an eminent member of the Society of Friends, and participated in everything that went to the advancement and stability of the church whose tenets he had espoused.4 He was a Quaker.4 "Samuel Smith, in his history of New Jersey, does not fix the time of the arrival of this person with his family; which was probably not for a year after the first emigrants had come to Burlington. Neither is the name of the vessel given, the place of landing nor the names of those who came with him."3 He was progenitor of the Cooper family in America.2,5 He was a preacher among the Society of Friends, and lived at a time when the expounders of such doctrines were especially obnoxious to the mass of the people of Great Britain; he, therefore, like others, suffered much thereby; but, before his death, he saw the success of these doctrines and their free development in the land of his adoption.4 He and Margaret (?) were a member of the Society of Friends and members of the Upperside Monthly Meeting, in whose minutes the records of the births of their children may be found.6 William Cooper of Coleshill was born in 1632 at London, England.7,8 He was a blacksmith after coming of age after 1653 at Coleshill, in the parish of Amersham, Hertfordshire, England.6 He was the William Cooper of Coleshill in 1660 at the parish of Amersham, Hertfordshire, England.3 He married Margaret (?).2,6 William Cooper of Coleshill "suffered, both in estate and person, from those who considered that they were doing God's service, in molesting such as chose to differ from them in opinion and practice,--despoiling him of his horses and cattle, and dragging him to prison from the place where he was attending religious service".6 He lived before 1675 at the parish of Amersham, Hertfordshire, England; at Coleshill.6 "WHEREAS, William Cooper, of Coleshill, in the parish of Amersham, and the county of Hertford, hath signified unto us that he hath an intention, if the Lord permit, to transport himself with his wife and children unto the plantation of West New Jersey, and hath desired a testimonial from this meeting for the satisfaction of Friends there or elsewhere, unto whom he may be outwardly unknown;
"We, therefore, whose names are here underwritten, do hereby certify all whom it may concern, that the said William Cooper and Margaret, his wife, having lived in these parts for many years, ever since the first of their convincement, have walked conscienciously and honestly among us, agreeably to the profession and testimony of truth, according to the best of our observation and knowledge of them.
"In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands, this, the fifth day of the twelfth month, 1678." At Coleshill, in the parish of Amersham, Hertfordshire, England, in 1678. He immigrated to West New Jersey arriving between 1679 and 5 October 1680.9 He was the first settler of Newton Township at New Jersey.1 He selected fifty acres within the town bounds of Burlington, and had the same surveyed and returned to himself on 5 October 1680.9 He was the earliest settler to effect improvements upon his land and to retain ownership through his descendants.5 He settled with his family on 300 acres in a wooded area near the mouth of the present Coopers Creek, named his estate Pyne Point and later established one of the earliest ferries to Philadelphia, in 1681 at New Jersey.5 He was the William Cooper of Pyne point in 1682 at New Jersey.3 He was one of the three families, the other two being that of John Kaighns and Archibald Mickles, whose lands would eventually become the city of Camden at New Jersey.5 He was a member of the first Legislature that sat for the framing of laws, a work of great labor, but, in the end, it showed good judgment and practical common sense at New Jersey.10 He was again returned as a member of the Legislature, and also continued commissioner for the division of land in 1685 at New Jersey.10 He was a member of the Council of Proprietors of West Jersey in 1687/88 at New Jersey.11 He was appointed one of the judges of the several courts of the county of Gloucester in 1696 at New Jersey.10 He witnessed the will of John Woolstone of Mansfield on 12 May 1698 at Mansfield, Burlington County, New Jersey; Wolston, John, of Mansfield, Burlington Co; will of. “My now wife” Hannah. Children – Jonathan, Samuel, Hanah, Mary, Sarah, Rebeckah, Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix with John Day and Joseph Cooper of Newtown as overseers. Witnesses – William Cooper, Elizabeth Day and Isaac Horner.12 William Cooper of Coleshill left a will; In his will, he named his children and disposed of the remainder of his property. His personal estate amounted to upwards of seven hundred pounds sterling,--a large sum for the times, but of small account in these days of wealth and pretension. Under the residuary clause of his will, parts of the estate passed to his grandchildren, who, at the time of his death, were John Cooper, Hannah Mickle, Mary Thackara, Joseph Cooper, Benjamin Cooper, Isaac Cooper, Lydia Cox, Hannah Thackara, Sarah Raper, Samuel Cooper, Daniel Cooper, Jonathan Woolstan, Samuel Woolstan, Mary Bunting, Sarah Borton, Elizabeth Wills, William Cooper, Rebecca Smith, Hannah Nicholson, and Elizabeth Mickle.4 He died in 1710 at age 78 years.5,13

Family

Margaret (?) b. circa 1654?
Children

Citations

  1. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 212.
  2. [S758] Richard Haines, Stokes Genealogy, pg. 24.
  3. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 86.
  4. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 97.
  5. [S1289] About Camden, New Jersey, online http://www.ci.camden.nj.us/history/townsites.html
  6. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 85.
  7. [S1289] About Camden, New Jersey, online http://www.ci.camden.nj.us/history/townsites.html, William Cooper (1632-1710).
  8. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 85 ("before their emigration to New Jersey, lived at Coleshill, in the parish of Amersham, Hertfordshire, England. This town lies about twenty-six miles northwest of the city of London, in which he was born in 1632.").
  9. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 87.
  10. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 98.
  11. [S1292] Proprietors of West Jersey, online http://www.pym.org/exhibit/archives/1687to1717.html
  12. [S1420] Unknown author, New Jersey Wills, Vol. I, WOLSTON, page 517.
  13. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 97 - 1710.

Joanna Rockwood1

b. 25 August 1669, d. 1710
Joanna Rockwood|b. 25 Aug 1669\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i20353|John Rockwood of Mendon|b. 1 Dec 1641\nd. a 8 Jun 1724|p457.htm#i11065|Johanna Ford|b. c 1636\nd. 1724|p456.htm#i11066|Richard Rockwood of Braintree|b. bt 1612 - 1622\nd. 6 Jul 1660|p445.htm#i11067|Agnes Lovell|b. c 1598\nd. 9 Jul 1643|p443.htm#i11068|William Ford of Marshfield|b. c 1604|p183.htm#i20369|Anne Eames|b. c 1617?\nd. 1 Sep 1684|p449.htm#i26925|
FatherJohn Rockwood of Mendon1 b. 1 December 1641, d. after 8 June 1724
MotherJohanna Ford1 b. circa 1636, d. 1724
     Joanna Rockwood was born on 25 August 1669 at Mendon, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of John Rockwood of Mendon and Johanna Ford.1 Joanna Rockwood married Nicholas Cook Sr. on 4 November 1684 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; His 1st.2,3 Joanna Rockwood died in 1710 at Bellingham, Massachusetts, at age 40 years.4

Family

Nicholas Cook Sr. b. 9 February 1659/60, d. 1 December 1730
Children

Citations

  1. [S784] Gary Boyd Roberts, AAP, pg. 37.
  2. [S785] Bryant Ancestry, online http://www.iserv.net/~bryant/html/don/index.htm#toc
  3. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 373, intention not recorded.
  4. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, death not in VR.
  5. [S786] PAT, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/presidents/prez20.htm..
  6. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001, per John Rockwood Will.

Abraham Foster1

b. 1622, d. 15 January 1710
Abraham Foster|b. 1622\nd. 15 Jan 1710|p454.htm#i29862|Reginald Foster of Ipswich|b. s 1600\nd. bt Mar 1681 - 30 May 1681|p448.htm#i29866|Judith (?)|b. s 1602\nd. Oct 1664|p445.htm#i29867|||||||||||||
FatherReginald Foster of Ipswich1 b. say 1600, d. between March 1681 and 30 May 1681
MotherJudith (?)1 b. say 1602, d. October 1664
     Abraham Foster was born in 1622 at Exeter, England.1 He was the son of Reginald Foster of Ipswich and Judith (?).1 Abraham Foster married Lydia Burbank, daughter of Caleb Burbank of Rowley and Martha (?), in 1655.2 Abraham Foster died on 15 January 1710 at Ipswich, Massachusetts, at age 88 years.1

Family

Lydia Burbank b. say 1631
Child

Citations

  1. [S1566] Charlotte Helen Abbott, "The Foster Family", pg. 13.
  2. [S1566] Charlotte Helen Abbott, "The Foster Family", pg. 13, 1655 sic.

Peter Johansson Stalcop1,2

b. circa 1664, d. 10 April 1710
Peter Johansson Stalcop|b. c 1664\nd. 10 Apr 1710|p454.htm#i1627|Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop|b. 1627\nd. c 1685|p449.htm#i1635|Christina Carlsdotter|b. c 1638\nd. b 1694|p451.htm#i1636|||||||Carl Jönsson|b. c 1608?\nd. a 17 Oct 1683|p448.htm#i1643||||
FatherGunner Johan Andersson Stalcop b. 1627, d. circa 1685
MotherChristina Carlsdotter b. circa 1638, d. before 1694
     Also called Pietter Stalcop. Peter Johansson Stalcop was born circa 1664 at Christiana Creek, New Castle County, Delaware.3,4,2 He was the son of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop and Christina Carlsdotter. Peter Johansson Stalcop witnessed the will of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop on 29 August 1679; His will made bequests to his wife, Christina Carlsdotter, and seven children.5 Peter Johansson Stalcop married Catharina Samuelsdotter, daughter of Samuel Petersson and Brita Jönsdotter, circa 1683 at Fort Christina, New Castle County, Delaware; Her 1st.4 Peter Johansson Stalcop settled on the east side of Red Clay Creek between 1683 and 1693 at Christina Hundred, Delaware.

In 1693, Peter Johansson Stalcop was Head of Household on the census at Red Clay Creek, Christina Hundred, Delaware, Details provided: A member of the Crane Hook Congregation. Property valued at £100..2

He was assigned a pew, and recognized as a founding member, at the Holy Trinity Church, with his wife Catharina and noted as from West of Brandywine Creek, on 24 June 1699 at Fort Christina (now Wilmington), Delaware.6 He left a will on 3 September 1709.2 He operated a large plantation on Red Clay Creek before 1710.4 He died on 10 April 1710 at New Castle County, Delaware. Survived by six children.4 His estate was probated on 16 May 1710.2

Family

Catharina Samuelsdotter b. circa 1658, d. after 1731
Children

Citations

  1. [S41] ., Jones, E. E., pg. 18.
  2. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #150.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 8113801, source call # 1260891, sheet # 4.
  4. [S339] Larry S. Stallcup, "J. A. Stålcop".
  5. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), pg. 91.
  6. [S1201] Dr. Peter S. Craig, "Founding Members".

Robert Hibbert of Beverly

b. 7 March 1648, d. 29 April 1710
Robert Hibbert of Beverly|b. 7 Mar 1648\nd. 29 Apr 1710|p454.htm#i29835|Robert Hibbert of Salem|b. c 1615\nd. 7 May 1684|p449.htm#i29836|Joan (?)|b. s 1628|p261.htm#i29837|||||||John Luff|b. s 1585|p262.htm#i29940|Bridget Luff|b. c 1587|p262.htm#i29941|
FatherRobert Hibbert of Salem1,2 b. circa 1615, d. 7 May 1684
MotherJoan (?)2 b. say 1628
     Robert Hibbert of Beverly was born on 7 March 1648 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Robert Hibbert of Salem and Joan (?).1,2 Robert Hibbert of Beverly was baptized on 7 May 1648 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.3 He married Mary Walden, daughter of Edward Walden of Wenham and Joan Crib.4 Robert Hibbert of Beverly removed from Wenham to Windham in 1700 at Connecticut.2,5 He brought a letter to the Congregational Church on 29 October 1700 at Windham, Connecticut.5 He was a person of great activity and energy.5 It is said that many curious incidents occurred in the life of this man, making it quite romantic.5 He died on 29 April 1710 at Windham, Connecticut, at age 62 years, 1 month and 22 days.6,7 His estate was probated on 2 October 1710 at Hartford, Connecticut.5

Family

Mary Walden b. circa 1655, d. 7 March 1736
Child

Citations

  1. [S980] Deaths) Vital Records (births, VR Mass. FTM CD# 220.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, pg. 408.
  3. [S1571] Sidney Perley, History of Salem, II: 15.
  4. [S1554] Hibbards of Spring Hill, online http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/civwar/family/hibbard.html
  5. [S1554] Hibbards of Spring Hill, online http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/civwar/family/hibbard.html, From GENEALOGIES OF CONNECTICUT FAMILIES, Gary Boyd Roberts editor/compiler; Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. Baltimore: 1983..
  6. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, pg. 408, 29 Apr 1710.
  7. [S1554] Hibbards of Spring Hill, online http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/civwar/family/hibbard.html, From GENEALOGIES OF CONNECTICUT FAMILIES, Gary Boyd Roberts editor/compiler; Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc. Baltimore: 1983., April 22, 1710.
  8. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 1, pg. 1.

John Reeder Jr.

b. circa 1645, d. before 18 May 1710
John Reeder Jr.|b. c 1645\nd. b 18 May 1710|p454.htm#i5814|John Reeder Sr.|b. 1618\nd. b 9 Mar 1659/60|p445.htm#i5809|Hannah Thorpe|b. 6 Sep 1616\nd. bt 1650 - 1652|p444.htm#i5810|||||||William Thorpe|b. 2 Jul 1589\nd. c 1650|p444.htm#i19856|Garthered Blithe||p177.htm#i19864|
FatherJohn Reeder Sr.1,2,3 b. 1618, d. before 9 March 1659/60
MotherHannah Thorpe1,2,3 b. 6 September 1616, d. between 1650 and 1652
     John Reeder Jr. was baptized circa 1645 at New Haven, Connecticut. He was the son of John Reeder Sr. and Hannah Thorpe.1,2,3 John Reeder Jr. and Joseph Reeder Sr. were assigned part of a bill by Thomas Robinson, a "brother," on 12 September 1667 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.4 John Reeder Jr. married Hannah Burroughs, daughter of Jeremiah Burroughs, circa 1674.1 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where Isaac Reeder co-executor for his brother's will on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where Hannah Burroughs co-executor for her husband's will on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where John Reeder III set to share with his brother, Jeremiah, the lands and buildings from the inheritance left him by his father, when of age on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where Jeremiah Reeder set to share with his brother, John, the lands and buildings from the inheritance left him by his father, when of age on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where Hannah Reeder left £50 in her father's will for when she came of age on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. was a witness where Mary Reeder left £50, and a negro boy, in her father's will for when she came of age on 1 March 1710 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.5 John Reeder Jr. left a will on 1 March 1709/10 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York; "To wife Hannah all moveable estate, except a negro boy who I give to my daughter Mary. Lands & buildings to sons John & Jeremiah when of age. £50 each to daughters Hannah and Mary Reeder, when of age. Executors wife Hannah and my brother Isaac Reeder. Witnesses: John Smith, Samual Reed, and John Gancel.5 He died before 18 May 1710 at Long Island, New York.6,3,5 His estate was probated on 18 May 1710 at Queens County, New York.5

Family

Hannah Burroughs b. circa 1657
Children

Citations

  1. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, 2:604.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 1903928.
  3. [S744] Interview, Ernestine Siegel.
  4. [S748] Dr. Amos Canfield, "Newtown Records", pg. 124.
  5. [S747] M. D. Amos Canfield, "QCo Wills", pg. 139-140.
  6. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, 2:604 "He died in early manhood." (sic).
  7. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 2078052.
  8. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 1904016.

Elizabeth Holt1

b. 30 March 1636, d. 14 October 1710
Elizabeth Holt|b. 30 Mar 1636\nd. 14 Oct 1710|p454.htm#i29745|Nicholas Holt of Newbury|b. c 1600\nd. 1685|p449.htm#i29746|Elizabeth Short|b. 1606\nd. 6 Nov 1656|p444.htm#i29872|||||||||||||
FatherNicholas Holt of Newbury1 b. circa 1600, d. 1685
MotherElizabeth Short b. 1606, d. 6 November 1656
     Elizabeth Holt was born on 30 March 1636 at Newbury, Massachusetts.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Nicholas Holt of Newbury and Elizabeth Short.1 Elizabeth Holt removed to Andover and was one of the founders of the church in 1645 at Andover, Massachusetts.2 She married Ralph Farnum Sr., son of Ralph Farnum of Andover and Alice Farnum, Mrs., on 26 October 1658 at Andover, Massachusetts.1,4 Elizabeth Holt died on 14 October 1710 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 74 years, 6 months and 14 days.1

Family

Ralph Farnum Sr. b. June 1633, d. 8 January 1691/92
Children

Citations

  1. [S1547] Farnum, c.1603-1766, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/farnum.html
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, Holt.
  3. [S1563] Holt Genealogy, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~macandov/holtdoc.htm, Mar 3rd 1636.
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, Holt & Farnham.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2, Farnham.

John Hitchcock1

b. 1642, d. circa 1711
     John Hitchcock was born in 1642.2 He married Hannah Chapin, daughter of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield and Cecily Penny, on 27 September 1666; With 9 children.1,3,4 John Hitchcock died circa 1711.2

Family

Hannah Chapin b. 2 December 1644, d. 1719
Child

Citations

  1. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  2. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 522.
  3. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3 - pg. 360.
  4. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 2.

Sarah Hayward1

b. 1677, d. 1711
Sarah Hayward|b. 1677\nd. 1711|p454.htm#i15681|Jonathan Hayward|b. c 1641\nd. 21 Nov 1690|p450.htm#i15479|Sarah Thayer|b. c 1633\nd. 1690|p450.htm#i15490|William Hayward of London|b. 3 May 1612\nd. 10 May 1659|p445.htm#i11059|Margery Knight|b. 25 Jan 1601\nd. 11 Feb 1676/77|p447.htm#i11060|Richard Tayer Jr.|b. 5 Apr 1601\nd. b 20 Apr 1663|p445.htm#i15482|Dorothy Mortimore|b. c 1603\nd. 17 Jan 1640/41|p443.htm#i15483|
FatherJonathan Hayward2 b. circa 1641, d. 21 November 1690
MotherSarah Thayer b. circa 1633, d. 1690
     Sarah Hayward was born in 1677.1 She was the daughter of Jonathan Hayward and Sarah Thayer.2 Sarah Hayward married Benjamin Thayer Sr., son of Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon and Huldah Hayward of Braintree, on 15 September 1699; His 1st.1,2,3 Sarah Hayward died in 1711 at age 34 years.1,2

Family

Benjamin Thayer Sr. b. 1674, d. 1728/29
Children

Citations

  1. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 4 - pg. 275.
  3. [S783] Ellery Bicknell Crane Worcester MA Gen Mem, pg 131 (264 glc).

Hannah Marshfield1

b. 20 July 1661, d. 1711
Hannah Marshfield|b. 20 Jul 1661\nd. 1711|p454.htm#i22812|Samuel Marshfield of Springfield|b. c 1626\nd. 8 May 1692|p450.htm#i17468|Hester Wright|b. 1631\nd. 3 Apr 1664|p445.htm#i20770|Thomas Marshfield of Exeter|b. bt 1600 - 1605\nd. bt 1642 - 1649|p443.htm#i20771|Mercy Marshfield, Mrs.|b. c 1603|p188.htm#i20772|Deacon Samuel Wright of Springfield|b. 30 Jun 1606\nd. 17 Oct 1665|p446.htm#i20773|Margaret (?)|b. c 1608\nd. 24 Jul 1681|p448.htm#i20774|
FatherSamuel Marshfield of Springfield1 b. circa 1626, d. 8 May 1692
MotherHester Wright1 b. 1631, d. 3 April 1664
     Hannah Marshfield was born on 20 July 1661 at Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Marshfield of Springfield and Hester Wright.1 Hannah Marshfield died in 1711 at age 49 years.1

Citations

  1. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm, Colton-Marshfield-Chapin.

Louis "Le Granc Dauphin" de Bourbon

b. 1661, d. 1711
Louis "Le Granc Dauphin" de Bourbon|b. 1661\nd. 1711|p454.htm#i27961|roi de France Louis XIV "Le Roi Soleil" de Bourbon|b. 5 Sep 1638\nd. 1 Sep 1715|p455.htm#i27962|Maria Theresa von Habsburg|b. 1638\nd. 1683|p448.htm#i27975|roi de France Louis XIII "Le Juste" de Bourbon|b. 27 Sep 1601\nd. 14 May 1643|p443.htm#i27963|Anne von Habsburg|b. 1601\nd. 1666|p446.htm#i27964|King of Spain Philip I. von Habsburg|b. 1605\nd. 1665|p445.htm#i27976|Elizabeth de Bourbon|b. 1602\nd. 1644|p443.htm#i27977|
Fatherroi de France Louis XIV "Le Roi Soleil" de Bourbon1 b. 5 September 1638, d. 1 September 1715
MotherMaria Theresa von Habsburg b. 1638, d. 1683
     Louis "Le Granc Dauphin" de Bourbon was born in 1661.2 He was the son of roi de France Louis XIV "Le Roi Soleil" de Bourbon and Maria Theresa von Habsburg.1 Louis "Le Granc Dauphin" de Bourbon died in 1711 at age 50 years.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 58-59.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 50.

Colonel William Randolph1

b. 1651, d. 10 April 1711
Colonel William Randolph|b. 1651\nd. 10 Apr 1711|p454.htm#i19045|Richard Randolph|b. 24 Feb 1621/22\nd. May 1678|p447.htm#i19044|Elizabeth Riland|b. c 1631|p179.htm#i20096|William Randolph|b. c 1571\nd. c 1657|p444.htm#i20097|Dorothy Lane|b. 4 Sep 1589|p170.htm#i19043|||||||
FatherRichard Randolph1 b. 24 February 1621/22, d. May 1678
MotherElizabeth Riland2 b. circa 1631
     Colonel William Randolph was born in 1651 at Yorkshire, England.3 He was the son of Richard Randolph and Elizabeth Riland.1,2 Colonel William Randolph married Mary Isham before 1678.1,4,5 Colonel William Randolph died on 10 April 1711 at Turkey Island, Henrico County, Virginia, at age 60 years.5

Family

Mary Isham b. circa 1660, d. 1735
Children

Citations

  1. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html
  2. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.
  3. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 780.
  4. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 241.
  5. [S887] Edward Paul Isham, Ishams in England & America, pg. 73.

John Oliver Sweetland

b. 1646, d. 9 June 1711
John Oliver Sweetland|b. 1646\nd. 9 Jun 1711|p454.htm#i23256|John Sweetland|b. 1603\nd. 1685|p449.htm#i23799|Temperance (?)||p211.htm#i23800|Isaac Sweetland|b. 1560\nd. 1650|p444.htm#i23803||||||||||
FatherJohn Sweetland1 b. 1603, d. 1685
MotherTemperance (?)1
     This John Sweetland's last name is spelled Sweatland in the record of their marriage, Swetland in the record of the baptism of their first seven children at Marblehead, and Sweetland in the vital records of the family in Attleboro, Massachusetts.1 Arnold Mills, Rhode Island, is about six miles west-northwest of Attleboro, Mass. John Oliver Sweetland was born in 1646 at Salem?, Essex County?, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of John Sweetland and Temperance (?).1 John Oliver Sweetland was baptized in 1651.2 He married Rebecca Clark, daughter of Matthew Clark of Marblehead and Abigail Maverick, on 4 August 1684 at Marblehead, Massachusetts.3,1 John Oliver Sweetland died on 9 June 1711 at Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, at age 65 years.3 He died on 9 June 1711 at Abbotts Run Valley by Arnold Mills, Rhode Island, at age 65 years.2 John Oliver Sweetland was buried in Peck Cemetery, Arnold Mills, Rhode Island.2

Family

Rebecca Clark b. circa August 1669, d. 22 September 1748
Child

Citations

  1. [S1079] Descendants of Isaac Sweetland, online http://members.tripod.com/bolamfamily/gen_sweetland.html
  2. [S1079] Descendants of Isaac Sweetland, online http://members.tripod.com/bolamfamily/gen_sweetland.html, (Source: Emily Putnam).
  3. [S1054] Kittymunson.com, online http://www.kittymunson.com/GEDbrows/map.html

Hannah Chandler1

b. 22 May 1630, d. 11 June 1711
Hannah Chandler|b. 22 May 1630\nd. 11 Jun 1711|p454.htm#i29765|Willliam Chandler of Roxbury|b. 12 Oct 1595\nd. 26 Jan 1641/42|p443.htm#i29766|Annis Bayford|b. 12 Jun 1603\nd. 15 Mar 1683|p448.htm#i29767|Henry Chandler of Bishops-Stortford|b. c 1560|p261.htm#i29796|Anne (?)|b. s 1570|p261.htm#i29797|Francis Bayford|b. 13 Apr 1567|p261.htm#i29791|Joan (?)|b. s 1583|p261.htm#i29792|
FatherWillliam Chandler of Roxbury1,2 b. 12 October 1595, d. 26 January 1641/42
MotherAnnis Bayford1,2 b. 12 June 1603, d. 15 March 1683
     Hannah Chandler was baptized on 22 May 1630 at Bishops-Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.3 She was the daughter of Willliam Chandler of Roxbury and Annis Bayford.1,2 Hannah Chandler accompanied the immigration of Willliam Chandler of Roxbury in 1637 to New England; He brought his wife and four small children, Thomas, Hannah, John and William. His fifth child, Sarah, was born here.4 Hannah Chandler married George Abbott of Roxbury, then Andover, son of George Abbott of Bishops-Stortford and Elizabeth (?), on 12 December 1646 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.5,6,7 Hannah Chandler died on 11 June 1711 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 81 years and 20 days.1

Family

George Abbott of Roxbury, then Andover b. 22 May 1617, d. 24 December 1681
Child

Citations

  1. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com
  2. [S823] D.D., and Rev. Ephraim Abbot Rev. Abiel Abbot, Abbots of MA & CT, pg. 1.
  3. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Series 1, Vol 2, pg. 365, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  4. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Series 1, Vol 2, pg. 363, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  5. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Series 1, Vol 2, pg. 354, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  6. [S818] NEHGR Contributors, ".," English Origins, Series 1, Vol 2, pg. 351, x:y:z = Series:Volume:Page.
  7. [S823] D.D., and Rev. Ephraim Abbot Rev. Abiel Abbot, Abbots of MA & CT, pg. 1, 1647.

Marie Anna of Courland1

b. 12 June 1653, d. 16 June 1711
     Marie Anna of Courland was born on 12 June 1653 at Mitau.1 She married Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel, son of Wilhelm VI, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel, on 21 May 1673 at Kassel.1 Marie Anna of Courland died on 16 June 1711 at Weilmünster at age 58 years and 4 days.1

Family

Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel b. 3 August 1654, d. circa 23 March 1730
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Brabant 8.

Lydia Brown

b. November 1658, d. 18 October 1711
     Lydia Brown was born in November 1658.1 She married Thomas Pratt before 1675; Her 1st. Lydia Brown married Josiah Chapin Sr., son of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield and Cecily Penny, on 26 September 1676 at Braintree, Massachusetts; His 2nd. Her 2nd (widow). Married by Major Denison.2,3,1,4,5 Lydia Brown died on 18 October 1711 at age 52 years and 11 months.1,6

Family 1

Thomas Pratt b. circa 1650

Family 2

Josiah Chapin Sr. b. 29 October 1637, d. 10 September 1726
Children

Citations

  1. [S551] WWW - Colton-Marshfield-Chapin, online http://sml.simplenet.com/smlawson/colton.htm
  2. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol 3 - pg. 155.
  3. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 719.
  4. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 225 - "at Ipswich, ye 20th of Sept., A. Dom., 1676.".
  5. [S1298] Dorothy C. and Gerald E. Knoff, 31 Emigrants, pg. 45.
  6. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 228.
  7. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 226.
  8. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 655.

Hans Gustafsson Justis1

b. 1662, d. circa 1712
Hans Gustafsson Justis|b. 1662\nd. c 1712|p454.htm#i15401|Johan Gustafsson|b. c 1613\nd. c 1682|p448.htm#i1667|Brita Månsdotter|b. b 1638\nd. b 22 Aug 1724|p457.htm#i1668|Gustaf of Sweden|b. c 1583|p134.htm#i15567||||Måns Andersson|b. c 1610|p12.htm#i1669||||
FatherJohan Gustafsson1 b. circa 1613, d. circa 1682
MotherBrita Månsdotter1 b. before 1638, d. before 22 August 1724
     Hans Gustafsson Justis was born in 1662 at Kingsessing (West Philadelphia).1 He was the son of Johan Gustafsson and Brita Månsdotter.1 Hans Gustafsson Justis married Maria Ollesdotter, daughter of Olle (?) and Brita Rawson, circa 1684.1 Hans Gustafsson Justis lived circa 1685 at Naaman's Creek.1 He and Maria Ollesdotter had at least six children, including a daughter Lydia.1 Hans Gustafsson Justis and Maria Ollesdotter established a new residence in 1700 at Cecil County, Maryland.1 Hans Gustafsson Justis died circa 1712 at Northeast, Maryland.1

Family

Maria Ollesdotter b. circa 1664
Child

Citations

  1. [S340] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Johan Gustafsson".

Erasmus Stidham1

b. circa 1658, d. 1712
Erasmus Stidham|b. c 1658\nd. 1712|p454.htm#i15454|Timmel Stiddem|b. c 1617\nd. 1686|p449.htm#i15446|N. N. (?)|b. c 1628|p132.htm#i15451|Lulof Stiddem|b. 1587|p132.htm#i15447||||||||||
FatherTimmel Stiddem1 b. circa 1617, d. 1686
MotherN. N. (?)1 b. circa 1628
     Also called Asmund.1 Erasmus Stidham was born circa 1658.1 He was the son of Timmel Stiddem and N. N. (?).1 Erasmus Stidham married Margareta Petersson, daughter of Samuel Petersson and Brita Jönsdotter, circa 1683.1,2 Erasmus Stidham died in 1712. Survived by seven children.1

Family

Margareta Petersson b. circa 1658

Citations

  1. [S344] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Timen Stiddem".
  2. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #107.

Sarah Allen1

b. 1692, d. 1712
     Sarah Allen was born in 1692.1 She married Jonathan Thayer Jr., son of Jonathan Thayer Sr. and Elizabeth French, before 1712; His 1st.1 Sarah Allen died in 1712 at age 20 years.1

Family

Jonathan Thayer Jr. b. 8 December 1690, d. 1753

Citations

  1. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm

Catarina LeFebre1

b. 1648, d. 1712
Catarina LeFebre|b. 1648\nd. 1712|p454.htm#i30442|Abraham Anthonie LeFebre|b. 1625|p265.htm#i30443|Antionetter Jeerian Vilain|b. 1628|p265.htm#i30444|||||||||||||
FatherAbraham Anthonie LeFebre1 b. 1625
MotherAntionetter Jeerian Vilain1 b. 1628
     Catarina LeFebre was born in 1648 at La Rochelle, France.1 She was the daughter of Abraham Anthonie LeFebre and Antionetter Jeerian Vilain.1 Catarina LeFebre married Bourgeon Broucard on 8 December 1666 at Walloon Church, Mannheim, Germany.1 Catarina LeFebre died in 1712 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 64 years.1

Family

Bourgeon Broucard b. March 1645, d. 1720
Child

Citations

  1. [S1670] VanDerVeer Genealogy, online http://www.veerhuis.org

Elizabeth (?)

b. circa 1640, d. after 1712
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1640. She married Captain John Adams, son of John Adams and Ellen Newton, in 1663.1,2,3 Elizabeth (?) died after 1712.

Family

Captain John Adams b. after 22 May 1627, d. 1702/3
Children

Citations

  1. [S91] FASG Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, pg. 231.
  2. [S412] Robert S. Wakefield, "John Adams".
  3. [S581] . The American Genealogist, 55:214.

Abigail Veasey1

b. 1661, d. 11 January 1712
     Abigail Veasey was born in 1661.1 She married Thomas Thayer III, son of Thomas Jr. Tayer of Braintree and Hannah Tayer, Mrs., on 25 March 1680 at Braintree, Massachusetts Colony, New England.2,3 Abigail Veasey died on 11 January 1712 at age 51 years.2

Family

Thomas Thayer III b. 1644, d. 7 December 1705
Children

Citations

  1. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm
  2. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 186, No. 1301. I C. THOMAS THAYER.
  3. [S454] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriages to 1699, p.166.

Japhet Chapin1

b. 15 October 1642, d. 20 February 1712
Japhet Chapin|b. 15 Oct 1642\nd. 20 Feb 1712|p454.htm#i15498|Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p447.htm#i11250|Cecily Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p448.htm#i11251|John Chapin of Paignton|b. 25 Sep 1566\nd. 1 Jun 1600|p440.htm#i11254|Phillipa Easton|b. c 1569\nd. 1 Jan 1616|p441.htm#i11255|Henry Penny of Paignton|b. 12 Dec 1571\nd. b 18 May 1630|p442.htm#i11259|Jane (?)|b. 1573\nd. 29 Oct 1637|p443.htm#i11260|
FatherDeacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield1 b. 8 October 1598, d. 11 November 1675
MotherCecily Penny1 b. 21 February 1601/2, d. 8 February 1682/83
     Japhet Chapin was born on 15 October 1642 at Roxbury, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Deacon Samuel Chapin of Springfield and Cecily Penny.1 Japhet Chapin died on 20 February 1712 at age 69 years, 4 months and 5 days.3

Citations

  1. [S353] Charles Henry Pope, Massachusetts Pioneers.
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 3 - pg. 360.
  3. [S573] Orange Chapin, The Chapin Genealogy, pg. 1.

Sarah Jackson1

b. 5 January 1650, d. 23 February 1712
Sarah Jackson|b. 5 Jan 1650\nd. 23 Feb 1712|p454.htm#i20439|Edward Jackson|b. 3 Feb 1603/4\nd. 17 Jul 1681|p448.htm#i20380|Elizabeth Newgate|b. c 1620|p184.htm#i20436|Christopher Jackson|b. 1575\nd. 5 Dec 1633|p442.htm#i20382|Susan Johnson|b. 1581\nd. 1633|p442.htm#i20383|John Newgate|b. c 1590|p184.htm#i20437||||
FatherEdward Jackson1 b. 3 February 1603/4, d. 17 July 1681
MotherElizabeth Newgate1 b. circa 1620
     Sarah Jackson was born on 5 January 1650 at Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Edward Jackson and Elizabeth Newgate.1 Sarah Jackson was baptized on 21 April 1650 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 She married Reverend Nehemiah Hobart on 21 March 1678.1 Sarah Jackson died on 23 February 1712 at age 62 years, 1 month and 18 days.1

Family

Reverend Nehemiah Hobart b. circa 1648

Citations

  1. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, II:pg. 527-529.

Thomas Austin1

b. 12 September 1671, d. 23 March 1711/12
Thomas Austin|b. 12 Sep 1671\nd. 23 Mar 1711/12|p454.htm#i29718|Samuel Austin|b. 1639|p261.htm#i29720|Hopestill Bell|b. 21 Jul 1644|p261.htm#i29721|||||||Thomas Bell of Boston|b. s 1607\nd. 7 Jun 1655|p444.htm#i29754|Ann (?)|b. s 1624|p261.htm#i29755|
FatherSamuel Austin1 b. 1639
MotherHopestill Bell1 b. 21 July 1644
     Thomas Austin was born on 12 September 1671 at Boston, Essex County, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the son of Samuel Austin and Hopestill Bell.1 Thomas Austin married Hannah Foster, daughter of Andrew Foster Jr. and Mary Russ, on 15 September 1690 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,4 Thomas Austin lived before 1711 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He moved across the Merrimack River to Haverhill, later to become Methuen in 1711.1 He was a colonial soldier serving in the expedition against Port Royal, serving in the company commanded by Capt. John Chandler, North Essex Regiment in 1710/11.5 He died on 23 March 1711/12 at the Merrimack River at age 40 years, 6 months and 11 days. Drowned in the Merrimack River while crossing after Meeting on Sabbath Day.1,6 His estate was probated on 20 April 1714; The inventory dated Apr. 20, 1714, mentioned among other things 150 acres of land, books, arms and powder, and livestock. The widow received one third of his property. The remainder was divided among the following children: Thomas Austin 2 shares, and Benjamin, Daniel, Zebediah, Abiel, and Hannah one share each.7

Family

Hannah Foster b. 16 July 1668, d. 29 June 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S1542] Descendants of Samuel Austin 1639 of Massachusetts, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~challis/…
  2. [S1542] Descendants of Samuel Austin 1639 of Massachusetts, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~challis/…, Says Andover.
  3. [S1560] AFAOA, online http://www.rahul.net/afaoa/Samuel_Austin_MA/…, Boston, Foster Genealogy. Boston Transcript. NEHGR 1923..
  4. [S1560] AFAOA, online http://www.rahul.net/afaoa/Samuel_Austin_MA/…, Andover, MA v.r. to 1850 Marriages; shows Thomas Austin & Hannah Foster mar. Sep 15, 1690..
  5. [S1560] AFAOA, online http://www.rahul.net/afaoa/Samuel_Austin_MA/…, MA Archives LXXII, p 445-498 & Society of Colonial Wars in Commonwealth of MA 1897, p 117-121..
  6. [S1560] AFAOA, online http://www.rahul.net/afaoa/Samuel_Austin_MA/…, He was drowned in the Merrimack River, while returning "from Meeting Sabbath Day", Mar. 23, 1711. His wife survived him.".
  7. [S1560] AFAOA, online http://www.rahul.net/afaoa/Samuel_Austin_MA/…

Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon1

b. 7 March 1655, d. 3 May 1712
Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon|b. 7 Mar 1655\nd. 3 May 1712|p454.htm#i11219|Thomas Holbrooke|b. c 1624/25\nd. 22 Jul 1697|p452.htm#i11221|Joanna Kingman|b. 1623/24\nd. a 1696|p451.htm#i11222|Thomas Holbrooke of Weymouth|b. 1589|p89.htm#i11231|Jane Powyes|b. 1601\nd. b 24 Apr 1677|p447.htm#i11232|Henry Kingman of Weymouth|b. 1595\nd. 4 May 1677|p447.htm#i11267|Joan (?)|b. 1596\nd. 11 Apr 1659|p445.htm#i11268|
FatherThomas Holbrooke2,3,4 b. circa 1624/25, d. 22 July 1697
MotherJoanna Kingman2,3 b. 1623/24, d. after 1696
     Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon and Alice Godfrey were an ancestor of U.S. President William Howard Taft.3 Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon was born on 7 March 1655 at Braintree, Massachusetts.5,6,7 He was the son of Thomas Holbrooke and Joanna Kingman.2,3,4 Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon witnessed the will of Thomas Holbrooke of Weymouth on 31 December 1668 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts; "Being sick and weak," he made his will, bequeathing unto his wife Jane, his sons John Holbrooke, William Holbrook, and Thomas Holbrook, and unto his daughters Anne Reynolds, Elizabeth Hatch, and Jane Drake, and unto his grandchildren John Holbrook, Peter Holbrook, and William Holbrook, and to all his grandchildren that shall be living at his wife Jane's death, his property. He said that his grandson Peter had served him and his wife in their old age for about eight years, for which he was to have his dwelling house in Weymouth with the orchard and the arable land.8,3,9 Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon married Alice Godfrey, daughter of Richard Godfrey Sr. and Mary Jane Turner, in 1677 at Weymouth, Massachusetts.10,11,12 Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon acquired, by a Deed of Sale, the forty acre lot of his grandfather William on 2 December 1679 at Mendon, Massachusetts.13 He acquired, by a Deed of Sale, a forty acre lot from Samuel Read on 13 January 1686 at Mendon, Massachusetts.14 He had the Deed of Sale, for the forty acres of Samuel Read, acknowledged before John Usher, Esq., on 14 January 1686 at Mendon, Massachusetts.14 He had the Deed of Sale, for his forty acres, acknowledged by a Justice of the Peace on 7 November 1692 at Mendon, Massachusetts.13 He left a will on 16 January 1712 at Mendon, Massachusetts.4 He was enjoined by a town vote to trade thirty acres of land already laid out on the east side of the river and take up land on the west side of the pond on 3 March 1712 at Mendon, Massachusetts.1 He died on 3 May 1712 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 57 years, 1 month and 26 days.2,15 His estate was probated on 29 May 1712 at Mendon, Massachusetts.4 He was a witness where Alice Godfrey an ancestor of U.S. President William Howard Taft.3 Deacon Peter Holbrook of Mendon was identified as deceased in land records on 29 November 1717 at Mendon, Massachusetts.16

Family

Alice Godfrey b. between 1656 and 1662, d. 29 April 1705
Children

Citations

  1. [S554] ., Mendon Proprietor's Records, pg. 163.
  2. [S245] LDS.
  3. [S441] Kinnexions.com, online http://kinnexions.com/index.htm
  4. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2 - pg. 442.
  5. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2 - pg. 443, 7 Aug 1655.
  6. [S547] King Butler, VR MA Braintree 1640-1793, pg. 635.
  7. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 586, "abt 1655".
  8. [S260] M.S. George Walter Chamberlain Weymouth History, Vol 3 - pg. 268.
  9. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, Vol 1., pg. 108.
  10. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 2 - pg. 442 - "wife Alice".
  11. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 586, fact of marriage alone, sans details.
  12. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225.
  13. [S554] ., Mendon Proprietor's Records, pg. 158.
  14. [S554] ., Mendon Proprietor's Records, pg. 159.
  15. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 586, "1712".
  16. [S554] ., Mendon Proprietor's Records, pg. 164.
  17. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #784.
  18. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 586.

Ingeborg Stidham

b. circa 1664, d. before 1713
Ingeborg Stidham|b. c 1664\nd. b 1713|p454.htm#i15460|Timmel Stiddem|b. c 1617\nd. 1686|p449.htm#i15446|N. N. (?)|b. c 1628|p132.htm#i15451|Lulof Stiddem|b. 1587|p132.htm#i15447||||||||||
FatherTimmel Stiddem b. circa 1617, d. 1686
MotherN. N. (?) b. circa 1628
     Ingeborg Stidham was born circa 1664 at Delaware. She was the daughter of Timmel Stiddem and N. N. (?). Ingeborg Stidham married Peter Jaquet, son of Jean Paul Jaquet, before 1686.1 Ingeborg Stidham died before 1713. She was survived by six known children.

Family

Peter Jaquet b. circa 1656

Citations

  1. [S344] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Timen Stiddem".