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Mary Ball1

b. 1708, d. 25 August 1729
     Mary Ball was born in 1708 at Epping Forest, Lancaster County, Virginia.2 She died on 25 August 1729 at near Fredericksburg, Virginia, at age 21 years.1 She married Captain Augustine Washington, son of Captain Lawrence Washington and Mildred Warner, on 6 March 1730/31 at Lancaster County, Virginia; His 2nd.3

Family

Captain Augustine Washington b. 1694, d. 12 April 1743
Child

Citations

  1. [S673] Joseph Nathan Kane, Pres. Facts, 3rd ed., pg. 3.
  2. [S770] Charles E. Claghorn, Women Patriots, pg. 202.
  3. [S756] President of the American College for Genealogical Registry and Heraldry Albert Welles, Washington Pedigree, pg. 115.

Maria Smock

b. 15 October 1729, d. after 15 October 1729
Maria Smock|b. 15 Oct 1729\nd. a 15 Oct 1729|p458.htm#i3310|Hendrick Smock|b. c 1702\nd. 27 Aug 1754|p462.htm#i2019|Antje Van Duyn|b. c 1703|p27.htm#i3305|Matthias H. Smock|b. c 1669\nd. Mar 1727|p457.htm#i2000|Elizabeth S. Coninck|b. 11 Oct 1676|p14.htm#i2001|||||||
FatherHendrick Smock b. circa 1702, d. 27 August 1754
MotherAntje Van Duyn b. circa 1703
     Maria Smock was baptized on 15 October 1729 at Sourland Dutch Church, Somerville, Somerset County, New Jersey. She died after 15 October 1729. Young. She was the daughter of Hendrick Smock and Antje Van Duyn.

Abraham Thayer (1st)1

b. 20 November 1729, d. 20 November 1729
Abraham Thayer (1st)|b. 20 Nov 1729\nd. 20 Nov 1729|p458.htm#i20485|Isaac Thayer Jr.|b. 24 Sep 1695\nd. 1763|p464.htm#i15654|Miriam Thayer|b. 1699\nd. 1750|p461.htm#i15655|Isaac Thayer of Mendon|b. 1672\nd. Dec 1754|p462.htm#i11023|Mercy Rockwood|b. c 1673\nd. 18 Dec 1700|p452.htm#i11024|Josiah Thayer Sr.|b. 14 Jan 1670\nd. 27 Feb 1728|p457.htm#i11038|Sarah Bass|b. 1670|p135.htm#i15646|
FatherIsaac Thayer Jr.1 b. 24 September 1695, d. 1763
MotherMiriam Thayer1 b. 1699, d. 1750
     Abraham Thayer (1st) died on 20 November 1729 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.2 He was born on 20 November 1729 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Isaac Thayer Jr. and Miriam Thayer.1

Citations

  1. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 62.
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 213, "Abraham, s. Isaac and Miriam".

Mary Allen

b. circa 1671, d. 1730
     Mary Allen was born circa 1671. She married Thomas French III, son of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins, on 3 October 1696 at Shrewsbury, Burlington County, New Jersey; His 1st.1,2 Mary Allen died in 1730.2

Family

Thomas French III b. 31 October 1667, d. 1745

Citations

  1. [S454] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriages to 1699, pg. 94.
  2. [S357] National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, pg. 606, Lineage of Lavinia Coppock Gilfillan.

Hannah Winter1

b. 1675, d. 1730
     Hannah Winter was born in 1675.1 She married Isaac Thayer of Mendon, son of Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon and Huldah Hayward of Braintree, circa 1712; His 3rd (widower).1,2 Hannah Winter died in 1730 at age 55 years.3

Family

Isaac Thayer of Mendon b. 1672, d. December 1754
Children

Citations

  1. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm
  2. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 331-332, No. 2316. VIII C. ISAAC THAYER - though as Mary (???).
  3. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 331-332, No. 2316. VIII C. ISAAC THAYER - "Mrs. Isaac Thayer died...".
  4. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 331-332, No. 2316. VIII C. ISAAC THAYER.

Thomas Rutter Esq.1

b. 1664, d. 13 March 1730
     A native of England, where the name Rutter had been an honorable one for many generations, was one of the early Pennsylvania colonists. He was a man of marked intelligence and energy; was prominent among the enterprising and public spirited men of his time, and rendered valuable service in the upbuilding of the material interests of Pennsylvania. He had acquired in his native country the useful art of blacksmithing, and it is possible that he came to Pennsylvania in the employ of William Penn, to engage for him as a worker in iron, the suggestion of which possibility is found in the facts that he was married at Penn's Manor House, and received from Penn a grant of two hundred acres of land as compensation for "smith's service."1 Thomas Rutter Esq. was born in 1664 at England.2 He immigrated to Pennsylvania arriving 1685.3 He married Rebecca Staples "10, 11, 1685" at Middletown Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2,4,5 Thomas Rutter Esq. became a Baptist, his change of faith occurring during the schism which arose among the Friends, and took a prominent part in that movement as one of the followers of the noted George Keith, and was baptized after the order of the Baptists, in 1691.6 He was assessed in both Bristol and Germantown townships in 1693 at Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.7 He appears in land records of the Commissioners of Property who make mention of seven hundred and sixty-two acres of land as then in the possession of "Thomas Rutter's and Company," in January 1702.7 He was chosen bailiff,--the chief executive officer of the borough in 1706 at Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.7 He presided at the last sitting of the Court of Record held under the borough charter on 11 January 1707 at Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.8 He was chosen as a member of the Provincial Assembly between 1713 and 1714.6 He was mentioned in a letter written by Jonathan Dickinson: "The last summer, one Thomas Rutter, a smith, who lived not far from Germantown, hath removed farther up the country, and of his own strength has set up making iron. Such it proves to be, as it is highly esteemed by all the smith's here, who say that the best Sweed's iron doth not exceed it." In 1717.7 He lived in 1717 at Manatawny Creek, Philadelphia (later Berks) County, Pennsylvania; The reason which prompted the removal was no doubt a desire on his part to be in close touch with his iron operations, which were located near by the Iron Stone Creek, an important branch of the Manatawny. His furnace was on the former stream. A few years after he erected the furnace he leased the same to a company of capitalists, who operated it many years, under the name of the Colebrookdale Furnace. He also built a forge, known as Pool Forge, and organized a company to conduct it, Rutter himself owning interests in the company. In the will of his son John the forge is called "Rutter's Forge."7 He was chosen again as a member of the Provincial Assembly, and during the latter year he participated in a noted Conference, held in the "Great Meeting House" at Philadelphia by a number of Indian chiefs with the governor of the Province and his Council, between 1727 and 1728.6 He was well known to and highly esteemed by the Indians, and when the famous Delaware chief, Sassoman, came to make his address, he recognized the presence of Rutter, and asked the latter to take a seat beside him, in 1728.9 He left a will in 1728; "I give and bequeath unto ... my Daughter Rebecca Hall, Sixty pounds Currant mony of Pennsylvania: ... Item: I give unto Joseph Hall, Senr, ye Sume of Ten pounds Currant mony of Pennsylvania. Item: I give my burying yard in the Bristall Township To all my Children & Grand Children and their posterity for ye use of a burying ground forever. ... and I do hereby appoint my beloved wife Rebecca whole and Sole Executrix of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby appoint my two Sons in Law Samuel Nutt and Joseph Hall, Trustees, to see this my Testament performed, and to assist my Executrix."10,4 He died on 13 March 1730 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 66 years. From the Pennsylvania Gazette of that month: "March 13--On Sunday night last died here, THOMAS RUTTER, Sr, after a short illness. He was the first that erected an Iron Work in Pennsylvania."6 Thomas Rutter Esq. was buried in the Friends Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2

Family

Rebecca Staples b. after 1668
Children

Citations

  1. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 225.
  2. [S245] LDS.
  3. [S611] ., Colonial Society of PA.
  4. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 228.
  5. [S453] Registrar General of the Province, PA Marriages to 1810 v. II, pg. 226.
  6. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 227.
  7. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 226.
  8. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 229 - info source: Watson's Annals, ii. 301..
  9. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 227 - info source: Pennsylvania Colonial Records, iii. 318, 319..
  10. [S610] Member Of The Historical Socirty Of Pennsylvania Mrs. Thomas Potts James, Potts Memorial, pg. 399, to NOTE I, page 171.

Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel1

b. 3 August 1654, d. circa 23 March 1730
Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel|b. 3 Aug 1654\nd. c 23 Mar 1730|p458.htm#i28900|Wilhelm VI, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel|b. 23 May 1629\nd. 1663|p445.htm#i28901||||Wilhelm V., Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel|d. 1637|p443.htm#i28902|Amalie E., Landgräfin von Hessen-Kassel|b. 29 Jan 1602\nd. 3 Aug 1651|p444.htm#i28905|||||||
FatherWilhelm VI, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel2 b. 23 May 1629, d. 1663
     Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel was a main supporter of Protestantism and the anti-French movement.3 Also called Charles, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel.2 He was born on 3 August 1654 at Kassel.3 He was the son of Wilhelm VI, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel.2 Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel married Marie Anna of Courland on 21 May 1673 at Kassel.4 Karl, Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel died circa 23 March 1730.3

Family

Marie Anna of Courland b. 12 June 1653, d. 16 June 1711
Child

Citations

  1. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, Hessen.
  2. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 55.
  3. [S1143] Brockhaus 2002, Karl; (c) Bibliographisches Institut & F. A. Brockhaus AG, 2001.
  4. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Brabant 8.

Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis1

b. circa 1675, d. September 1730
Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis|b. c 1675\nd. Sep 1730|p458.htm#i15411|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
     Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis was born circa 1675 at Kingsessing (West Philadelphia).1 She was the daughter of Johan Gustafsson and Brita Månsdotter.1 Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis married Matthias Petersson, son of Samuel Petersson and Brita Jönsdotter, in 1695; Her 1st.1,2 Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis had three children by her first husband before 1720.1 She married Edward Robinson in 1720.1 Elizabeth Gustafsdotter Justis died in September 1730.1

Family 1

Matthias Petersson b. circa 1665

Family 2

Edward Robinson b. circa 1675

Citations

  1. [S340] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Johan Gustafsson".
  2. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #107.

Frederick IV, King of Denmark and Norway1

b. 11 October 1671, d. 12 October 1730
Frederick IV, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 11 Oct 1671\nd. 12 Oct 1730|p458.htm#i27936|Christian V, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 15 Apr 1646\nd. 25 Aug 1699|p452.htm#i27937||||Frederick I., King of Denmark and Norway|b. 18 Mar 1609\nd. 9 Feb 1670|p446.htm#i27938|Sofie A. von Braunschweig-Lüneburg|b. 1628\nd. 1685|p449.htm#i28873|||||||
FatherChristian V, King of Denmark and Norway2 b. 15 April 1646, d. 25 August 1699
     Frederick IV, King of Denmark and Norway was born on 11 October 1671 at Copenhagen, Denmark.2 He was the son of Christian V, King of Denmark and Norway.2 Frederick IV, King of Denmark and Norway died on 12 October 1730 at Odense, Denmark, at age 59 years and 1 day.2

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Christian VI (Scand. k.).
  2. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Frederick IV (k. of Den. and Nor.).

Elizabeth Rush

b. 1714, d. 3 November 1730
Elizabeth Rush|b. 1714\nd. 3 Nov 1730|p458.htm#i1106|James Rush|b. 1679\nd. 16 Mar 1726/27|p457.htm#i1096|Rachael Peart|b. c 1679|p8.htm#i1103|William Rush|b. 31 May 1652\nd. 1688|p450.htm#i1083|Aurelia Rush, Mrs.|b. c 1656\nd. 1683|p448.htm#i1093|Bryan Peart|b. c 1649?|p8.htm#i1104||||
FatherJames Rush b. 1679, d. 16 March 1726/27
MotherRachael Peart b. circa 1679
     Her married name was Cary. Elizabeth Rush was born in 1714. She was the daughter of James Rush and Rachael Peart. Elizabeth Rush died on 3 November 1730 at age 16 years.

Nicholas Cook Sr.1

b. 9 February 1659/60, d. 1 December 1730
     Nicholas Cook Sr. was born on 9 February 1659/60 at Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 He married Joanna Rockwood, daughter of John Rockwood of Mendon and Johanna Ford, on 4 November 1684 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; His 1st.1,2 Nicholas Cook Sr. married Mehitable Hayward, daughter of Samuel Hayward and Mehitable Thomson, after 1710; His 2nd (widower).1 Nicholas Cook Sr. witnessed the will of John Rockwood of Mendon on 8 June 1724; “To wife Rebekah 1/3. Balance to Grandchildren, viz: to children of son Joseph deceased, and Priscilla, daughter of John Corbit, and Hannah Brown daughter of John Darling and Mercy Thompson wife of David together with Mary Holbrook wife of Joseph and her sister Ann Cook my granddaughters. Son in law John Darling 1 shilling and no more because of legacy I gave to his daughter Hannah Brown. Son in law Nicholas Cook 1 shilling. Son in law Isaac Thayer one shilling because of legacy I gave to his children. Son in law Jonathan Heyward 1 shilling because I gave £10 to his children he had by his first wife. Grandson John Corbit sole executor.”.3 Nicholas Cook Sr. was bequeathed 1 shilling in the will of his father-in-law, John Rockwood, on 8 June 1724.4 He died on 1 December 1730 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 70 years, 9 months and 22 days.1,5 Nicholas Cook Sr. was buried in South Bellingham Cemetery, Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.5

Family 1

Joanna Rockwood b. 25 August 1669, d. 1710
Children

Family 2

Mehitable Hayward b. 1670

Citations

  1. [S785] Bryant Ancestry, online http://www.iserv.net/~bryant/html/don/index.htm#toc
  2. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 373, intention not recorded.
  3. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001.
  4. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001, per John Rockwood Will.
  5. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 177, , in 92d y. G.R.3. [Niculus, a. 92, P.R.1.] .
  6. [S786] PAT, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/presidents/prez20.htm..

Derick Paulzsen1

b. 1649, d. 20 December 1730
Derick Paulzsen|b. 1649\nd. 20 Dec 1730|p458.htm#i30445|Paulus Dircksen Hoff|b. 1620|p265.htm#i30447|Geertje Williams|b. c 1620|p265.htm#i30448|||||||||||||
FatherPaulus Dircksen Hoff1 b. 1620
MotherGeertje Williams1 b. circa 1620
     Derick Paulzsen was born in 1649 at The Netherlands.1 He was the son of Paulus Dircksen Hoff and Geertje Williams.1 Derick Paulzsen married Aechje Covert in 1674 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.1 Derick Paulzsen died on 20 December 1730 at Maidenhead, Mercer County, New Jersey, at age 81 years.1

Family

Aechje Covert b. before 19 February 1649, d. before 1682
Child

Citations

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

Joseph Hall

b. 11 February 1686/87, d. 1731
Joseph Hall|b. 11 Feb 1686/87\nd. 1731|p458.htm#i1120|Jacob Hall Esq.|b. c 1650\nd. 1700|p452.htm#i11414|Mary Charlesworth|b. c 1655|p11.htm#i11415|||||||N. N. Charlesworth|b. c 1625|p118.htm#i18190||||
FatherJacob Hall Esq.1 b. circa 1650, d. 1700
MotherMary Charlesworth1 b. circa 1655
     Joseph Hall was born on 11 February 1686/87 at Chester Township, Pennsylvania.2 He was the son of Jacob Hall Esq. and Mary Charlesworth.1 Joseph Hall married Rebecca Rutter, daughter of Thomas Rutter Esq. and Rebecca Staples, before 1707 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1,3 Joseph Hall lived circa 1707 at Oxford Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; He resided on his plantation, and was a brewer, a large land-owner, and a vestryman of Trinity Church.4 He witnessed the will of Sarah Charlesworth before 1723; She disposed by will almost her entire estate to either the children or grandchildren of Jacob Hall, naming them individually as "cousins." She also bequeathed a sum of money for the purchase "of a settlement for a minister of Oxford Church."5 Joseph Hall witnessed the will of Thomas Rutter Esq. in 1728; "I give and bequeath unto ... my Daughter Rebecca Hall, Sixty pounds Currant mony of Pennsylvania: ... Item: I give unto Joseph Hall, Senr, ye Sume of Ten pounds Currant mony of Pennsylvania. Item: I give my burying yard in the Bristall Township To all my Children & Grand Children and their posterity for ye use of a burying ground forever. ... and I do hereby appoint my beloved wife Rebecca whole and Sole Executrix of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby appoint my two Sons in Law Samuel Nutt and Joseph Hall, Trustees, to see this my Testament performed, and to assist my Executrix."6,3 Joseph Hall left a will on 8 February 1727/28.7 He died in 1731 at Oxford Township, Pennsylvania, at age 43 years.4,5

Family

Rebecca Rutter b. 9 November 1688, d. before 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S1040] ., "Book of Arrivals".
  3. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 228.
  4. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 228-230.
  5. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 229.
  6. [S610] Member Of The Historical Socirty Of Pennsylvania Mrs. Thomas Potts James, Potts Memorial, pg. 399, to NOTE I, page 171.
  7. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 229-230.
  8. [S612] Josiah Granville Leach, Leach, J. G., pg. 231.

Catharina Samuelsdotter1

b. circa 1658, d. after 1731
Catharina Samuelsdotter|b. c 1658\nd. a 1731|p458.htm#i1628|Samuel Petersson|b. c 1629\nd. a 25 Nov 1689|p450.htm#i1644|Brita Jönsdotter|b. c 1638\nd. b 1 Dec 1702|p453.htm#i1645|Peter of Finland|b. c 1600|p143.htm#i16292||||Jöns Andersson|b. c 1608|p12.htm#i1646|Maria Andersson, Mrs.|b. c 1613|p12.htm#i1647|
FatherSamuel Petersson b. circa 1629, d. after 25 November 1689
MotherBrita Jönsdotter b. circa 1638, d. before 1 December 1702
     Catharina Samuelsdotter was born circa 1658 at Delaware Colony. She was the daughter of Samuel Petersson and Brita Jönsdotter. Catharina Samuelsdotter married Peter Johansson Stalcop, son of Gunner Johan Andersson Stalcop and Christina Carlsdotter, circa 1683 at Fort Christina, New Castle County, Delaware; Her 1st.2 Catharina Samuelsdotter was assigned a pew, and recognized as a founding member, at the Holy Trinity Church, with her husband Peter Stalcop and noted as from West of Brandywine Creek, on 24 June 1699 at Fort Christina (now Wilmington), Delaware.3 She married Lucas Stedham before 1712; Her 2nd.4,5 Catharina Samuelsdotter died after 1731 at New Castle County, Delaware.

Family 1

Peter Johansson Stalcop b. circa 1664, d. 10 April 1710
Children

Family 2

Lucas Stedham

Citations

  1. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #107.
  2. [S339] Larry S. Stallcup, "J. A. Stålcop".
  3. [S1201] Dr. Peter S. Craig, "Founding Members".
  4. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #102.
  5. [S428] J.D. Peter Stebbins Craig, Census 1693 (of Swedes), #150.

Heyltje Janse Kunst

b. circa 1662, d. after 1730/31
     Heyltje Janse Kunst was born circa 1662. She married Nicholas Roosevelt, son of Claes Martensen Van Rosenvelt and Jannetje Tomas, in 1682. Heyltje Janse Kunst died after 1730/31.

Family

Nicholas Roosevelt b. circa 1657, d. 30 July 1742
Children

Jacques Cortelyou Jr.

b. circa 1660, d. 3 May 1731
Jacques Cortelyou Jr.|b. c 1660\nd. 3 May 1731|p458.htm#i2011|Jacques Cortelyou Sr.|b. c 1632|p14.htm#i2054|Neeltje Van Duyn|b. c 1645|p27.htm#i3301|||||||||||||
FatherJacques Cortelyou Sr. b. circa 1632
MotherNeeltje Van Duyn b. circa 1645
     Jacques Cortelyou Jr. was born circa 1660 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York. He was noted as a native in the oath of allegiance, meaning he was born in the New World.1 He was the son of Jacques Cortelyou Sr. and Neeltje Van Duyn. Jacques Cortelyou Jr. married Maretje Hendrickse Smock, daughter of Hendrick Matthyse Smock and Guertje Harmens Coerton, on 4 October 1685 at the Dutch Church, New Utrecht, New York; His 1st. The first marriage is recorded in Flatbush Church Records (State Library, Albany) thus: "Jaques Cortelyau, young man from New Utrecht, and Maria Hendrickse Smack, young dame from New Utrecht. Both residing there. Married at New Utrecht, October 4, 1685."1 Jacques Cortelyou Jr. was took the Oath of Allegiance to the King of England (and noted as a native of this county, and not an immigrant from abroad) between 26 September 1687 and 30 September 1687 at Kings County, New York.2 He joined the Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church on confession, though remained a resident of New Utrecht, on 27 March 1689 at Midwout (Flatbush), New York.1 He witnessed the baptism of Hendrick Lane on 7 March 1703 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York.3 Jacques Cortelyou Jr. married Altie I. Boerman on 10 January 1705/6 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York; His 2nd.1 Jacques Cortelyou Jr. died on 3 May 1731 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York.1

Family 1

Maretje Hendrickse Smock b. circa 1670, d. 7 April 1705
Children

Family 2

Altie I. Boerman d. 1732

Citations

  1. [S336] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, 68.
  2. [S78] M.D. E.B. O'Callaghan, Doc. History - NY.
  3. [S345] Theodore Brassard, RDC NA Baptisms.

Antje Lester1

d. before 1732
     Antje Lester married Samuel Davids Demaree, son of David Demarest and Matie Debaun, circa 1728 at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Antje Lester died before 1732.

Family

Samuel Davids Demaree b. 1 February 1707, d. after 3 December 1781
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] William Nelson, Marriage Records 1665-1800 - New Jersey, page 528, Demarest, Samuel Davids, w. of Antje Lester.

Mary Stokes 1st1

b. 4 November 1715, d. before 1732
Mary Stokes 1st|b. 4 Nov 1715\nd. b 1732|p458.htm#i16030|Joseph Stokes|b. bt 1676 - 1681\nd. bt 1759 - 1760|p463.htm#i349|Judith Lippincott|b. c 1690\nd. 22 Aug 1745|p460.htm#i600|Thomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell|b. 1643\nd. 11 Sep 1720|p456.htm#i342|Mary Barnard of Stepney|b. 25 Mar 1645\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i343|Freedom Lippincott Sr.|b. 1 Sep 1655|p140.htm#i16024|Mary Custance|b. c 1660|p140.htm#i16025|
FatherJoseph Stokes1 b. between 1676 and 1681, d. between 1759 and 1760
MotherJudith Lippincott1 b. circa 1690, d. 22 August 1745
     Mary Stokes 1st was born on 4 November 1715 at "9 mo., 4, 1715".1 She was the daughter of Joseph Stokes and Judith Lippincott.1 Mary Stokes 1st died before 1732. Died in her minority.1

Citations

  1. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, pg. 206, under Edward A. Stokes entry.

Jane Rush

b. 27 December 1673, d. 1732
Jane Rush|b. 27 Dec 1673\nd. 1732|p458.htm#i1091|Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton|b. 22 May 1623\nd. May 1699|p452.htm#i1070|Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury|b. c 1627\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i1079|Thomas Rush|b. c 1593\nd. 4 Mar 1634|p442.htm#i1064|Thomasine Stansted|b. c 1597|p8.htm#i1065|John Lucas|b. c 1600|p8.htm#i1080|Ann (?)|b. c 1607|p8.htm#i1081|
FatherCaptain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton b. 22 May 1623, d. May 1699
MotherSusanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury b. circa 1627, d. 1710
     Jane Rush was born on 27 December 1673 at England.1 She was the daughter of Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton and Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury. Jane Rush married John Darke, son of Thomas Darke, before 1698.1 Jane Rush died in 1732 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 58 years.

Family

John Darke
Children

Citations

  1. [S1003] C.B., LL.D., Ulster King of Arms 1853-1892 Sir Bernard Burke, B:LG, pg. 2896.

Altie I. Boerman

d. 1732
     As of 10 January 1705,her married name was Cortelyou. Altie I. Boerman married Jacques Cortelyou Jr., son of Jacques Cortelyou Sr. and Neeltje Van Duyn, on 10 January 1705/6 at New Utrecht, Kings County Long Island, New York; His 2nd.1 Altie I. Boerman died in 1732.1

Family

Jacques Cortelyou Jr. b. circa 1660, d. 3 May 1731

Citations

  1. [S336] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, 68.

Joseph Reeder

b. 1681, d. 1732
Joseph Reeder|b. 1681\nd. 1732|p458.htm#i5803|Isaac Reeder|b. c 1653|p49.htm#i5807|Sarah Hunt|b. c 1658|p49.htm#i5808|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|Edward Hunt|b. c 1635|p49.htm#i5811|Elizabeth Hazard|b. c 1638?|p205.htm#i23061|
FatherIsaac Reeder1,2 b. circa 1653
MotherSarah Hunt1,2 b. circa 1658
     Joseph Reeder was born in 1681 at Newtown, Long Island, Queens County, New York.1,2 He was the son of Isaac Reeder and Sarah Hunt.1,2 Joseph Reeder married Margaret Smith before 1713. Joseph Reeder died in 1732 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 51 years.

Family

Margaret Smith b. circa 1683
Child

Citations

  1. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 2260254 source call # 1553407 sheet # 3.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 8719706 source call # 1396385 sheet 35.

Phebe Pearson1

b. 1660, d. 1732
     Phebe Pearson was born in 1660.1 She married Timothy Harris, son of John Harris and Bridget Angier, before 1700.1 Phebe Pearson died in 1732 at age 72 years.1

Family

Timothy Harris b. 1657, d. circa 1722
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 421.

Maria Stidham1

b. circa 1668, d. after 1732
Maria Stidham|b. c 1668\nd. a 1732|p458.htm#i15464|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
     Maria Stidham was born circa 1668 at Delaware.1 She was the daughter of Timmel Stiddem and N. N. (?).1 Maria Stidham married Mårten Knutsson, son of Knut Mårtensson, circa 1693.1 Maria Stidham died after 1732 at Marcus Hook (formerly Finland), Pennsylvania. She had at least three sons before she died.1

Family

Mårten Knutsson b. circa 1663

Citations

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

Marretje Van Neste

b. 1 June 1678, d. after March 1732
Marretje Van Neste|b. 1 Jun 1678\nd. a Mar 1732|p458.htm#i4429|Pieter Pietersen Van Nest|b. c 1625\nd. 20 Mar 1697|p452.htm#i4333|Judith Jorise Rapalje|b. 5 Jul 1635\nd. 21 May 1726|p457.htm#i4344|Pieter Van Nest|b. c 1600|p139.htm#i15985||||Joris J. Rapalje of Valenciennes|b. 28 Apr 1604\nd. 1665|p445.htm#i4345|Catalyntje J. Trico of Pry|b. c 1605\nd. 11 Sep 1689|p450.htm#i4346|
FatherPieter Pietersen Van Nest b. circa 1625, d. 20 March 1697
MotherJudith Jorise Rapalje b. 5 July 1635, d. 21 May 1726
     Marretje Van Neste was born on 1 June 1678 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje. As of circa 1698,her married name was Willemsen. Marretje Van Neste married David Willemsen circa 1698. As of circa 1710,her married name was Bodine. Marretje Van Neste married Peter Bodine circa 1710. Marretje Van Neste died after March 1732 at Somerset County, New Jersey.

Family 1

David Willemsen b. circa 1676, d. 1710

Family 2

Peter Bodine b. circa 1690, d. 1751

Sarah Sterling of Haverhill1

b. 4 May 1669, d. circa 13 April 1732
Sarah Sterling of Haverhill|b. 4 May 1669\nd. c 13 Apr 1732|p458.htm#i29725|William Sterling|b. s 1639|p261.htm#i29743|Elizabeth Sawtelle|b. s 1649\nd. 6 Feb 1675|p447.htm#i29744|||||||||||||
FatherWilliam Sterling2 b. say 1639
MotherElizabeth Sawtelle2 b. say 1649, d. 6 February 1675
     Sarah Sterling of Haverhill was born on 4 May 1669.2 She was the daughter of William Sterling and Elizabeth Sawtelle.2 Sarah Sterling of Haverhill married Ralph Farnum, son of Ralph Farnum Sr. and Elizabeth Holt, on 9 October 1685 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,2,3 Sarah Sterling of Haverhill died circa 13 April 1732.4

Family

Ralph Farnum b. 1662
Child

Citations

  1. [S1541] Genforum, online http://genforum.genealogy.com/, Re: Hannah Farnum b. 1728; Posted by: Russell C Farnham (ID *****3608) Date: August 21, 2002 at 18:49:27; In Reply to: Hannah Farnum b. 1728 by Joy Flint Huskey.
  2. [S1547] Farnum, c.1603-1766, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/farnum.html
  3. [S787] Clarence Almon Torrey, NE Marriages, p. 258.
  4. [S1547] Farnum, c.1603-1766, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~legends/farnum.html, 12/13 April 1732.

Sara Van Neste

b. 16 March 1674, d. after 1 June 1732
Sara Van Neste|b. 16 Mar 1674\nd. a 1 Jun 1732|p458.htm#i4425|Pieter Pietersen Van Nest|b. c 1625\nd. 20 Mar 1697|p452.htm#i4333|Judith Jorise Rapalje|b. 5 Jul 1635\nd. 21 May 1726|p457.htm#i4344|Pieter Van Nest|b. c 1600|p139.htm#i15985||||Joris J. Rapalje of Valenciennes|b. 28 Apr 1604\nd. 1665|p445.htm#i4345|Catalyntje J. Trico of Pry|b. c 1605\nd. 11 Sep 1689|p450.htm#i4346|
FatherPieter Pietersen Van Nest b. circa 1625, d. 20 March 1697
MotherJudith Jorise Rapalje b. 5 July 1635, d. 21 May 1726
     Sara Van Neste was born on 16 March 1674 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. She was the daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje. As of 1699,her married name was Steynmets. Sara Van Neste married Christoffel Steynmets in 1699. Sara Van Neste died after 1 June 1732.

Family

Christoffel Steynmets b. circa 1672, d. circa June 1735

Sarah Haines

b. 25 February 1710, d. 2 October 1732
Sarah Haines|b. 25 Feb 1710\nd. 2 Oct 1732|p458.htm#i322|William Haines|b. 24 Apr 1672\nd. 29 Apr 1754|p462.htm#i315|Sarah Paine|b. 1678\nd. 5 Jul 1728|p457.htm#i316|Richard Haines of Aynhoe|b. 1639/40\nd. c May 1682|p448.htm#i329|Margaret Haines, Mrs.|b. 3 May 1639|p2.htm#i330|John Paine of Burlington|b. c 1653\nd. 1703|p453.htm#i413|Elizabeth Field|b. c 1655\nd. 28 Dec 1701|p452.htm#i414|
FatherWilliam Haines b. 24 April 1672, d. 29 April 1754
MotherSarah Paine b. 1678, d. 5 July 1728
     Sarah Haines was born on 25 February 1710 at Monthly Meeting, Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of William Haines and Sarah Paine. Sarah Haines died on 2 October 1732 at 8th month at age 22 years, 7 months and 7 days. She married Jacob Lamb on 2 October 1732 at Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

Jacob Lamb b. circa 1707

Mary Jane Turner1

b. circa 1625, d. 5 November 1732
Mary Jane Turner|b. c 1625\nd. 5 Nov 1732|p458.htm#i11224|John Turner|b. 1600|p89.htm#i11245|Jane Turner, Mrs.|b. c 1607|p89.htm#i11246|Charles Turner|b. c 1574|p89.htm#i11247|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1578|p89.htm#i11248|||||||
FatherJohn Turner1,2 b. 1600
MotherJane Turner, Mrs.1 b. circa 1607
     Mary Jane Turner was a daughter of John Turner.3 She was born circa 1625. She was the daughter of John Turner and Jane Turner, Mrs..1,2 Mary Jane Turner married Richard Godfrey Sr., son of Richard Godfrey, before 1652 at Taunton, Massachusetts; His 1st.4,3 Mary Jane Turner died on 5 November 1732 at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Richard Godfrey Sr. b. 1631, d. 16 October 1691
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS.
  2. [S111] Frederick A. Virkus, Virkus Comp., pg. 763.
  3. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225, "married a daughter of John Turner".
  4. [S543] NEHGS, VR MA Taunton to 1850, Vol II, pg. 203, 370.
  5. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225.

Mary Richmond1

b. circa 1659, d. 5 November 1732
     Mary Richmond was born circa 1659. She married Richard Godfrey Jr., son of Richard Godfrey Sr. and Mary Jane Turner, on 1 January 1679/80 at Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2,3 Mary Richmond died on 5 November 1732.2

Family

Richard Godfrey Jr. b. circa 1655, d. 14 August 1725
Children

Citations

  1. [S543] NEHGS, VR MA Taunton to 1850, Vol II, pg. 203.
  2. [S803] William Richard Cutter NEFGM, III:1225.
  3. [S543] NEHGS, VR MA Taunton to 1850, II:203, intention not recorded.
  4. [S543] NEHGS, VR MA Taunton to 1850, Vol I, pg. 182.

Geradus Aten

b. 4 February 1733, d. 22 December 1732
Geradus Aten|b. 4 Feb 1733\nd. 22 Dec 1732|p458.htm#i4358|Adriaen Aten|b. 4 Sep 1695\nd. 11 Dec 1757|p463.htm#i4261|Jacobje Middagh|b. 24 Oct 1693\nd. 16 May 1782|p466.htm#i4262|Thomas Aten|b. 1670\nd. 1757|p462.htm#i4313|Elsje Schilman|b. 1672|p277.htm#i4314|Dirck A. Middagh|b. 3 Mar 1672\nd. b 5 May 1716|p455.htm#i4318|Cataline P. Van Nest|b. 3 Mar 1672|p40.htm#i4319|
FatherAdriaen Aten b. 4 September 1695, d. 11 December 1757
MotherJacobje Middagh b. 24 October 1693, d. 16 May 1782
     Geradus Aten died on 22 December 1732. He was baptized on 4 February 1733 at the North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Somerset County, New Jersey.1 He was the son of Adriaen Aten and Jacobje Middagh.

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. IV, 1733, 4 Feb, Aten, Adriaen and Jacobje--Jan and Geradus. Witnesses: Dirck De Moth and Christina, his wife..

William Rush

b. 1688, d. 31 January 1732/33
William Rush|b. 1688\nd. 31 Jan 1732/33|p458.htm#i1117|William Rush|b. 31 May 1652\nd. 1688|p450.htm#i1083|(?) Rush, Mrs.|b. c 1665|p8.htm#i1114|Captain John "Old Trooper" Rush of Hornton|b. 22 May 1623\nd. May 1699|p452.htm#i1070|Susanna Lucas of Broughton near Banbury|b. c 1627\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i1079|||||||
FatherWilliam Rush b. 31 May 1652, d. 1688
Mother(?) Rush, Mrs. b. circa 1665
     William Rush was born in 1688. He was the son of William Rush and (?) Rush, Mrs.. William Rush married Elizabeth Hodges on 1 March 1711/12 at Byberry Township, Pennsylvania; The marriage occured at a Quaker Meeting at brother James' house in Byberry. William Rush died on 31 January 1732/33 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 45 years.

Family

Elizabeth Hodges b. circa 1682, d. 15 April 1755
Children

Citations

  1. [S1382] Descendants of Samuel Lincoln, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~deschart/z0000623.html

Anna Bancroft1

b. 5 May 1663, d. 16 March 1733
     Anna Bancroft was born on 5 May 1663.1 She married Thomas Gilbert of Brookfield, son of Thomas Gilbert of Springfield and Catherine Chapin, on 9 April 1690 at Massachusetts; His 2nd.1 Anna Bancroft died on 16 March 1733 at Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, at age 69 years, 10 months and 11 days.1

Family

Thomas Gilbert of Brookfield b. 15 March 1658/59, d. 14 May 1698

Citations

  1. [S825] Gilbert by Clemons, online http://www.ida.net/users/really/index.htm

John Rudderow Jr.

b. circa 1640, d. 12 May 1733
John Rudderow Jr.|b. c 1640\nd. 12 May 1733|p458.htm#i4461|John Rudderow Sr.|b. c 1614|p61.htm#i7765|Anne Jones|b. c 1618|p61.htm#i7766|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Rudderow Sr. b. circa 1614
MotherAnne Jones b. circa 1618
     John Rudderow Jr. was born circa 1640 at Montgomeryshire, Wales. He was the son of John Rudderow Sr. and Anne Jones. John Rudderow Jr. graduated as a lawyer before 1680 at England.1 He immigrated to Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, arriving circa 1680.1 This gentleman, tradition says, had come to America, as a surveyor, some little time before (reign of Charles II) the coming of Robert Stiles and his sister (Lucy), and, being discouraged with his prospects here, contemplated a return to his old home, which coming to the knowledge of William Penn. That gentleman offered him, as an encouragement to stay, a "square" of land in Philadelphia; which, however, failed to bring contentment to him. While thus awaiting a chance to sail, a vessel arrived from England, among whose passengers were Robert Stiles and his sister Lucy, to whom he was under an engagement of marriage. So, as his heart was now satisfied, he objected no longer to tarrying on this side of the ocean--was soon wedded to the girl of his choice, and purchasing a tract of land on Pennesauken Creek, nearly or quite adjoining Robert Stiles' land, he builded him a house and settled there. In 1680.2 He married Lucy Stiles, daughter of N. N. Stiles, in 1680 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America. John Rudderow Jr. was an Episcopalian, and was, no doubt, a participant in the religious quarrel of which George Keith was the leader; around him most of the few families in that region collected, and formed the body of the church. His education (he having graduated as a lawyer in England), and influence in the neighborhood as an upright and conscientious man, would make him, next after Keith, the principal person in such an enterprise, and the devise made in his will shows clearly what was in contemplation even at that early day, and how desirous he was that such an enterprise should be carried out in 1691.1 He lived before 1729 at Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey; "Between the north and south branches of Penisaukin creek."1 He left a will in 1729 at Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey; "I give ten pounds towards the building of a church in that place to be convenient hereaway."3 He died on 12 May 1733 at Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, America.4

Family

Lucy Stiles b. circa 1660
Children

Citations

  1. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 206.
  2. [S574] Henry Reed Stiles, The Stiles Family, pg. 632.
  3. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 206 [Lib. No. 3, 308.].
  4. [S538] New Jersey Historical Society, Wills, NJ 1670-1760.
  5. [S574] Henry Reed Stiles, The Stiles Family, pg. 633.
  6. [S48] A(sa) M(atlack) Stackhouse, Stackhouse, pg. 16.

Mary Wheelock1

b. 21 January 1701/2, d. before 1734
Mary Wheelock|b. 21 Jan 1701/2\nd. b 1734|p458.htm#i15658|Benjamin Wheelock Jr.|b. 12 Dec 1678\nd. 13 Sep 1746|p460.htm#i20176|Huldah Thayer|b. 11 May 1682|p181.htm#i20175|Benjamin Wheelock Sr.|b. 8 Jan 1639/40|p181.htm#i20173|Elizabeth Bullen|b. 3 Feb 1646/47\nd. 22 Oct 1689|p450.htm#i20276|Jonathan Thayer Sr.|b. 18 Mar 1658\nd. 1690/91|p450.htm#i11036|Elizabeth French|b. 1655\nd. 1703|p453.htm#i15620|
FatherBenjamin Wheelock Jr.2 b. 12 December 1678, d. 13 September 1746
MotherHuldah Thayer2 b. 11 May 1682
     The Wheelock Genealogy records Huldah, Mary, Abigail, and Peter as children of Mary, daughter of Benjamin Wheelock and Huldah Thayer, by Ebenezer Thayer, son of Isaac and Marcy.3 Benjamin Wheelock's will, dated 1745, refers to his daughter Mary Thayer as "deceased". Walter T. Wheelock, in "The Wheelock Family in America, 1637 to 1969" lists Elizabeth Thayer as a daughter of Mary Wheelock and Ebenezer Thayer, but no mention is found in the Vital Records of Mendon or surrounding towns.3 Mary Wheelock was born on 21 January 1701/2 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1,4,2 She was the daughter of Benjamin Wheelock Jr. and Huldah Thayer.2 Mary Wheelock married Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr., son of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Sr. and Martha Thomson, on 9 August 1721 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; 1st cousins, 1x removed.5,6,7 Mary Wheelock died before 1734 at Bellingham?, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,8,9

Family

Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. b. 12 April 1699, d. 3 May 1771
Children

Citations

  1. [S760] Thomas Thayer, 1st 4 Generations, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/thomas%20line.htm
  2. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per Mendon VR.
  3. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online.
  4. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Mendon Vital Records.
  5. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 398, No. 2751. III D. EBENEZER THAYER, says "9 May 1719" assuming Mendon..
  6. [S800] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 12 Feb 2001, Mary Wheelock married Ebenezer, son of Ebenezer and Martha Thompson..
  7. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 403, Ebenezer of Bellingham and Mary Wheelock, intention not recorded..
  8. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 149, Ebenezer, her husband, remarries to Hannah Greene Apr 1734. Her death is not recorded in the VR..
  9. [S799] Wheelock Genealogy.hlp, online, per Benjamin Wheelock's will, Worcester County Probate Office, Case number 63618, she was dead in 1745.
  10. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64.
  11. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 62.
  12. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 65.

Charles L. Fontine

b. 8 April 1674, d. 1734
Charles L. Fontine|b. 8 Apr 1674\nd. 1734|p458.htm#i2022|Charel Fonteyn|b. b 1625\nd. b Sep 1687|p450.htm#i2583|Catharyn de Baile|b. b 1627\nd. 1707|p453.htm#i3087|||||||||||||
FatherCharel Fonteyn b. before 1625, d. before September 1687
MotherCatharyn de Baile b. before 1627, d. 1707
     Also called Charles L. Fontaine. Charles L. Fontine was born on 8 April 1674 at Bushwick, Kings County, New York.1 He was the son of Charel Fonteyn and Catharyn de Baile. Charles L. Fontine was among the soldiers sent to Albany in 1689 at New York.2,3 He married Magdaleentje Reynerse on 29 August 1691 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York.4 Charles L. Fontine witnessed the will of Rynier Arentz, of Keutershoek, on 22 October 1700 at Flatbush, King County, New York.5 He was a witness where Barnet Dewitt Deacon, with Abraham Bennet on 15 November 1710 at the Dutch Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. Charles L. Fontine was Elder, with Adrien Bennet on 15 November 1710 at the Dutch Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was Ruling Elder on 3 May 1711 at the Dutch Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset County, New Jersey. Rev. Paulus Van Vlecq, a Hollander, who had been a schoolmaster at Kinderhook, N. Y., organized the Six-Mile Run church at (present) Franklin Park, N. J. According to a "Journal" kept by him he states under an entry of the October: "1711, the 23 October. At 6 Myl Run a church council was elected in the place of the outgoing elders, Adrien Bennet, Baerent De Wit; and left Carl Fonteyn ruling elder, and in the place of the outgoing deacon, Baerent De Wit, Gysbert De Hart is elected, leaving Abraham Bennet the ruling deacon, and they were established on the 24 Oct 1711." He was left ruling elder by a church council election on 23 October 1711 at Six-Mile Run Church, New Jersey.6 He was a witness where Barnet Dewitt and Sara Van Tassel were members on 24 October 1711 at the Six Mile Run Church, Franklin Park (present), Somerset County, New Jersey.7 Charles L. Fontine and Magdaleentje Reynerse were were members on 24 October 1711 at the Six Mile Run Church, Franklin Park (present), Somerset County, New Jersey. Charles L. Fontine died in 1734 at Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 59 years. His estate was probated on 17 May 1734 at Somerset County, New Jersey.

Family

Magdaleentje Reynerse b. 1670, d. after 1734
Children

Citations

  1. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch number: 5008883, Sheet: 4, Source:
    .
  2. [S106] William Nelson, Documentary History of NJ, Vol 2, pg. 216..
  3. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 115.
  4. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 115, though attributed as the 2nd wife of his father. The date however is after his father's death..
  5. [S687] David McQueen, "KCo Wills", pg. 96.
  6. [S338] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. VII, pg. 127.
  7. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. VII.

Joseph Thayer1

b. 1707, d. 1734
Joseph Thayer|b. 1707\nd. 1734|p458.htm#i15641|Samuel Thayer Sr.|b. 15 Nov 1666\nd. 19 Dec 1721|p456.htm#i11043|Mary Butterworth|b. 1661\nd. 1723|p456.htm#i15638|Ferdinando Tayer of Mendon|b. 18 Apr 1625\nd. 28 Mar 1713|p455.htm#i11032|Huldah Hayward of Braintree|b. 7 Oct 1636\nd. 1 Sep 1690|p450.htm#i11033|||||||
FatherSamuel Thayer Sr.1 b. 15 November 1666, d. 19 December 1721
MotherMary Butterworth1 b. 1661, d. 1723
     Joseph Thayer was born in 1707.1 He was the son of Samuel Thayer Sr. and Mary Butterworth.1 Joseph Thayer married Hannah Hayward circa 1729.1 Joseph Thayer died in 1734 at age 27 years.1

Family

Hannah Hayward b. 1707, d. 1772

Citations

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

Magdaleentje Reynerse

b. 1670, d. after 1734
     Also called Helenae Reynierse. Magdaleentje Reynerse was born in 1670 at Somerset County, New Jersey. She married Charles L. Fontine, son of Charel Fonteyn and Catharyn de Baile, on 29 August 1691 at the Dutch Reformed Church, Flatbush, Kings County, New York.1 As of 29 August 1691,her married name was Fontine. Magdaleentje Reynerse was a witness where Barnet Dewitt and Sara Van Tassel were members on 24 October 1711 at the Six Mile Run Church, Franklin Park (present), Somerset County, New Jersey.2 Magdaleentje Reynerse and Charles L. Fontine were were members on 24 October 1711 at the Six Mile Run Church, Franklin Park (present), Somerset County, New Jersey. Magdaleentje Reynerse died after 1734 at Somerset County, New Jersey.

Family

Charles L. Fontine b. 8 April 1674, d. 1734
Children

Citations

  1. [S72] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings Co., pg. 115, though attributed as the 2nd wife of his father. The date however is after his father's death..
  2. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. VII.

Thomas Barnes of Brookfield1

b. 1663, d. 23 April 1734
Thomas Barnes of Brookfield|b. 1663\nd. 23 Apr 1734|p458.htm#i20720|Thomas Barnes of Marlborough|b. c 1636\nd. 1679|p448.htm#i20764|Abigail Goodenow|b. 11 Mar 1642|p188.htm#i20765|Thomas Barnes of Barking||p188.htm#i20767||||Thomas Goodenow of Shaftesbury|b. c 1608\nd. 1664|p445.htm#i20766|Jane Ruddich|d. 1664|p445.htm#i20802|
FatherThomas Barnes of Marlborough2 b. circa 1636, d. 1679
MotherAbigail Goodenow2 b. 11 March 1642
     Thomas Barnes of Brookfield lived at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts.2 He was born in 1663.2 He was the son of Thomas Barnes of Marlborough and Abigail Goodenow.2 Thomas Barnes of Brookfield married Mary Howe, daughter of Lieutenant Samuel Howe of Sudbury and Martha Bent, on 14 March 1685 at Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.2,3,4 Thomas Barnes of Brookfield died on 23 April 1734 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 71 years. He was killed by a bull.2,5

Family

Mary Howe b. 1665
Children

Citations

  1. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 84.
  2. [S824] A.M. Andrew Henshaw Ward, Rice Family, pg. 138.
  3. [S826] Early MA & NE Families, online http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com, per Nellie Palmer George "Bruce Genealogy" 1914 NEHGS. p 74..
  4. [S984] Vital Records (marriages), Marr Indx MA FTM CD# 231, LDS Film # 0844943 item 2, "Apr 14, 1685".
  5. [S980] Deaths) Vital Records (births, VR Mass. FTM CD# 220.
  6. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, I:52.

Jonathan Hayward1

b. 8 April 1672, d. 23 November 1734
Jonathan Hayward|b. 8 Apr 1672\nd. 23 Nov 1734|p458.htm#i20377|William Hayward|b. c 1644\nd. 17 Dec 1717|p455.htm#i20370|Sarah Butterworth|b. 28 May 1653\nd. b 1708|p454.htm#i20374|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|John Butterworth|b. c 1633|p183.htm#i20375|Sarah (?)|b. c 1633|p183.htm#i20376|
FatherWilliam Hayward1 b. circa 1644, d. 17 December 1717
MotherSarah Butterworth1 b. 28 May 1653, d. before 1708
     Jonathan Hayward was born on 8 April 1672 at Massachusetts.1 He was the son of William Hayward and Sarah Butterworth.1 Jonathan Hayward married Trial Rockwood, daughter of John Rockwood of Mendon and Johanna Ford, circa 1694; His 1st (of 3).1,2 Jonathan Hayward witnessed the will of John Rockwood of Mendon on 8 June 1724; “To wife Rebekah 1/3. Balance to Grandchildren, viz: to children of son Joseph deceased, and Priscilla, daughter of John Corbit, and Hannah Brown daughter of John Darling and Mercy Thompson wife of David together with Mary Holbrook wife of Joseph and her sister Ann Cook my granddaughters. Son in law John Darling 1 shilling and no more because of legacy I gave to his daughter Hannah Brown. Son in law Nicholas Cook 1 shilling. Son in law Isaac Thayer one shilling because of legacy I gave to his children. Son in law Jonathan Heyward 1 shilling because I gave £10 to his children he had by his first wife. Grandson John Corbit sole executor.”.3 Jonathan Hayward was bequeathed "1 shilling because I gave £10 to his children he had by his first wife" by his former father-in-law, John Rockwood, on 8 June 1724.4 He died on 23 November 1734 at Ashford, Connecticut, at age 62 years, 7 months and 15 days.1

Family

Trial Rockwood b. 28 February 1677

Citations

  1. [S790] Estelle Clark Watson
    , "Hayward-Howard", pg. 60.
  2. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001, a Rockwood daughter per John Rockwood Will.
  3. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001.
  4. [S802] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 27 Feb 2001, per John Rockwood Will.

Mary Isham1

b. circa 1660, d. 1735
     Mary Isham was a descendant of Aoife Mac Murrough.1 She was born circa 1660.2 She married Colonel William Randolph, son of Richard Randolph and Elizabeth Riland, before 1678.1,2,3 Mary Isham died in 1735.4

Family

Colonel William Randolph b. 1651, d. 10 April 1711
Children

Citations

  1. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html
  2. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 241.
  3. [S887] Edward Paul Isham, Ishams in England & America, pg. 73.
  4. [S694] ., B:PF.

Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg1

b. 1671, d. 1735
Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg|b. 1671\nd. 1735|p458.htm#i29144|Anton Ulrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 1633\nd. 1714|p455.htm#i29146|Elisabeth Juliane von Holstein-Norburg|b. 1634\nd. 1704|p453.htm#i29147|August I., Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 10 Apr 1579\nd. 17 Sep 1666|p446.htm#i29140|Dorothea von Anhalt-Zerbst|b. 1607\nd. 1634|p442.htm#i29148|||||||
FatherAnton Ulrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel1 b. 1633, d. 1714
MotherElisabeth Juliane von Holstein-Norburg1 b. 1634, d. 1704
     Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg was born in 1671 at Wolfenbüttel.1 He was the son of Anton Ulrich, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel and Elisabeth Juliane von Holstein-Norburg.1 Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg married Grafin Christine Luise von Oettingen in 1690 at Aurich.1 Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg died in 1735 at Braunschweig at age 64 years.1

Family

Grafin Christine Luise von Oettingen b. 1671, d. 1747
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6.

Christoffel Steynmets

b. circa 1672, d. circa June 1735
     Christoffel Steynmets was born circa 1672. He married Sara Van Neste, daughter of Pieter Pietersen Van Nest and Judith Jorise Rapalje, in 1699. Christoffel Steynmets died circa June 1735 at Acquackanonk, New Jersey.

Family

Sara Van Neste b. 16 March 1674, d. after 1 June 1732

Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel1

b. circa 29 May 1680, d. circa 13 September 1735
Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. c 29 May 1680\nd. c 13 Sep 1735|p458.htm#i29014|Ferdinand Albrecht I, Herzog von Braunschweig-Bevern|b. 1636\nd. 1687|p449.htm#i29138|Christine von Hesse-Eschwege|b. 1648\nd. 1702|p453.htm#i29139|August I., Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 10 Apr 1579\nd. 17 Sep 1666|p446.htm#i29140|Elisabeth S. von Mecklenburg-Güstrow|b. 1613\nd. 1676|p447.htm#i29141|||||||
FatherFerdinand Albrecht I, Herzog von Braunschweig-Bevern1 b. 1636, d. 1687
MotherChristine von Hesse-Eschwege1 b. 1648, d. 1702
     Also called Ferdinand Albrecht II, Duke of Brunswick-Wölfenbuttel.2 Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel was born circa 29 May 1680 at Bevern.3 He was the son of Ferdinand Albrecht I, Herzog von Braunschweig-Bevern and Christine von Hesse-Eschwege.1 Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel married Antoinette Amalie von Braunschweig-Blankenberg, daughter of Ludwig Rudolf, Herzog von Braunschweig-Blankenberg and Grafin Christine Luise von Oettingen, in 1712 at Braunschweig.1 Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel died circa 13 September 1735 at Salzdahlum.4

Family

Antoinette Amalie von Braunschweig-Blankenberg b. 24 April 1696, d. 6 March 1762
Children

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 20.
  3. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6, Bevern 19/29.5.1680.
  4. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6, Salzdahlum 3/13.9.1735.

Sarah Stockton

b. 19 June 1732, d. circa 1736
Sarah Stockton|b. 19 Jun 1732\nd. c 1736|p458.htm#i4062|John Stockton|b. 10 Aug 1701\nd. 20 May 1758|p463.htm#i4060|Abigail Phillips|b. 9 Oct 1708\nd. 15 Sep 1757|p463.htm#i4061|Richard Stockton Jr.|b. a 1652\nd. 30 Nov 1709|p454.htm#i4071|Susanna Witham|b. 29 Nov 1668\nd. 30 Apr 1749|p461.htm#i4072|Phillip Phillips|b. 27 Dec 1678\nd. Aug 1740|p459.htm#i11378|Hannah Stockton|b. 1680\nd. b 1710|p454.htm#i4088|
FatherJohn Stockton b. 10 August 1701, d. 20 May 1758
MotherAbigail Phillips b. 9 October 1708, d. 15 September 1757
     Sarah Stockton was born on 19 June 1732 at Morven, Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of John Stockton and Abigail Phillips. Sarah Stockton died circa 1736.

John Stockton

b. 4 August 1734, d. circa 1736
John Stockton|b. 4 Aug 1734\nd. c 1736|p458.htm#i4063|John Stockton|b. 10 Aug 1701\nd. 20 May 1758|p463.htm#i4060|Abigail Phillips|b. 9 Oct 1708\nd. 15 Sep 1757|p463.htm#i4061|Richard Stockton Jr.|b. a 1652\nd. 30 Nov 1709|p454.htm#i4071|Susanna Witham|b. 29 Nov 1668\nd. 30 Apr 1749|p461.htm#i4072|Phillip Phillips|b. 27 Dec 1678\nd. Aug 1740|p459.htm#i11378|Hannah Stockton|b. 1680\nd. b 1710|p454.htm#i4088|
FatherJohn Stockton b. 10 August 1701, d. 20 May 1758
MotherAbigail Phillips b. 9 October 1708, d. 15 September 1757
     John Stockton was born on 4 August 1734 at Morven, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Stockton and Abigail Phillips. John Stockton died circa 1736.

Matthias Morton1

b. 8 September 1690, d. 1736
Matthias Morton|b. 8 Sep 1690\nd. 1736|p458.htm#i15436|Mårten Mårtensson Jr.|b. bt 1643 - 1645\nd. 3 Dec 1718|p456.htm#i1946|Margaret Bärtilsdotter|b. c 1652|p25.htm#i3130|Mårten Mårtensson Sr.|b. c 1606\nd. 31 May 1706|p453.htm#i1664||||Bärtil Eskilsson|b. c 1621|p25.htm#i3131||||
FatherMårten Mårtensson Jr.1 b. between 1643 and 1645, d. 3 December 1718
MotherMargaret Bärtilsdotter1 b. circa 1652
     Matthias Morton was born on 8 September 1690 at Calcon Hook, Lower Darby Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.1 He was the son of Mårten Mårtensson Jr. and Margaret Bärtilsdotter.1 Matthias Morton married Brigitta Johnson circa 1710; Her 1st.1 Matthias Morton died in 1736 at Ammansland (Ridley Township), Delaware County, Pennsylvania, at age 45 years.1

Family

Brigitta Johnson b. circa 1690

Citations

  1. [S341] Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig, "Mårten Mårtensson".

Sarah Faxon1

b. 1706, d. 1736
     Sarah Faxon was born in 1706.1 She married Joseph Thayer, son of Ephraim Thayer Sr. and Sarah Bass, circa 1728; His 1st.1 Sarah Faxon died in 1736 at age 30 years.1

Family

Joseph Thayer b. 1699, d. 1778

Citations

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

Mary Walden1

b. circa 1655, d. 7 March 1736
Mary Walden|b. c 1655\nd. 7 Mar 1736|p458.htm#i29838|Edward Walden of Wenham|b. s 1622\nd. Jun 1679|p448.htm#i29839|Joan Crib|b. 1633|p262.htm#i29939|||||||||||||
FatherEdward Walden of Wenham1 b. say 1622, d. June 1679
MotherJoan Crib b. 1633
     Mary Walden was born circa 1655 at Wenham, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Edward Walden of Wenham and Joan Crib.1 Mary Walden married Robert Hibbert of Beverly, son of Robert Hibbert of Salem and Joan (?).1 Mary Walden witnessed the will of Edward Walden of Wenham on 22 March 1679; His will mentioned son Nathaniel, appoint, excor. other childen all under age, John, Hannah, Ruth, Naomi, and Elizabeth beside omitted Mary and Thomasin, for whom as Rev. Joseph Gerrish swears he told him, "he had done enough already." So we may conlcude, that these were elder.2 Mary Walden died on 7 March 1736 at Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. She did age 81.3

Family

Robert Hibbert of Beverly b. 7 March 1648, d. 29 April 1710
Child

Citations

  1. [S1554] Hibbards of Spring Hill, online http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/civwar/family/hibbard.html
  2. [S541] James Savage First Settlers of New England, Vol 4, Walden.
  3. [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..

Hendrick Smock

b. 2 November 1734, d. before 28 May 1736
Hendrick Smock|b. 2 Nov 1734\nd. b 28 May 1736|p458.htm#i2075|Hendrick Smock|b. 16 Oct 1698\nd. 30 May 1747|p460.htm#i2033|Mary Gerrettse Schenck|b. 1 Nov 1699\nd. 1 Sep 1747|p460.htm#i2034|Johannes H. Smock|b. c 1673\nd. 14 Dec 1754|p462.htm#i2002|Catherine Barents|b. c 1661\nd. 1764|p464.htm#i2003|Garrett R. Schenck||p14.htm#i2035|Neeltje C. Voorhees||p14.htm#i2036|
FatherHendrick Smock b. 16 October 1698, d. 30 May 1747
MotherMary Gerrettse Schenck b. 1 November 1699, d. 1 September 1747
     Hendrick Smock was born on 2 November 1734. He was the son of Hendrick Smock and Mary Gerrettse Schenck. Hendrick Smock died before 28 May 1736. In infancy.

Machtel Magdalena Stol1

b. 25 May 1690, d. after July 1736
Machtel Magdalena Stol|b. 25 May 1690\nd. a Jul 1736|p458.htm#i30438|Jan Stol|b. b 3 Oct 1659\nd. 1719|p456.htm#i30449|Machtel Van Vliet|b. c 1655\nd. a 1718|p456.htm#i30450|||||||Adrian . G. Van Vliet|b. 1618\nd. 1 Sep 1689|p450.htm#i30451|Agatha J. Spruyt|b. 1622\nd. 1687|p449.htm#i30452|
FatherJan Stol1 b. before 3 October 1659, d. 1719
MotherMachtel Van Vliet1 b. circa 1655, d. after 1718
     Machtel Magdalena Stol was born on 25 May 1690 at Marbletown, Ulster County, New York.1 She was the daughter of Jan Stol and Machtel Van Vliet.1 Machtel Magdalena Stol married Pieter Van Neste, son of Jeronimus Van Neste and Neeltje Hendricks, on 20 October 1718 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York.1 Machtel Magdalena Stol died after July 1736 at Marbletown, Ulster County, New York.1

Family

Pieter Van Neste b. circa 1693, d. circa 1772
Child

Citations

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