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John Gilbert1

b. circa 1724, d. 15 January 1806
John Gilbert|b. c 1724\nd. 15 Jan 1806|p470.htm#i20723|Deacon Henry Gilbert|b. c 1700|p188.htm#i20724|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1702|p188.htm#i20725|||||||||||||
FatherDeacon Henry Gilbert1 b. circa 1700
MotherElizabeth (?)1 b. circa 1702
     John Gilbert was born circa 1724. He was the son of Deacon Henry Gilbert and Elizabeth (?).1 John Gilbert married Sarah Abbott, daughter of Moses Abbott and Bathsheba Gilbert, on 23 November 1744 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 John Gilbert died on 15 January 1806 at Brookfield, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1

Family

Sarah Abbott b. 6 November 1725, d. 19 February 1793

Citations

  1. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol. I, pg. 85.

Mary 'Polly' Rench

d. 25 August 1806
     Her married name was Rush. Mary 'Polly' Rench married Honorable Jacob Rush, son of John Rush and Susanna Hall, on 17 November 1777. Mary 'Polly' Rench died on 25 August 1806.

Family

Honorable Jacob Rush b. 31 December 1746, d. 5 January 1820
Children

Lt. Elias Thayer1

b. 22 June 1741, d. 10 September 1806
Lt. Elias Thayer|b. 22 Jun 1741\nd. 10 Sep 1806|p470.htm#i15900|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr.|b. 12 Apr 1699\nd. 3 May 1771|p465.htm#i15672|Hannah Green|b. 21 Feb 1707\nd. 20 Feb 1783|p466.htm#i15882|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Sr.|b. 1674\nd. 1723|p456.htm#i11035|Martha Thomson|b. 28 Aug 1675\nd. 14 Oct 1759|p463.htm#i15671|John Green|b. c 1681|p185.htm#i20511|Lydia Lineford|b. c 1683|p185.htm#i20512|
FatherCaptain Ebenezer Thayer Jr.1 b. 12 April 1699, d. 3 May 1771
MotherHannah Green1 b. 21 February 1707, d. 20 February 1783
     Lt. Elias Thayer was born on 22 June 1741 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. and Hannah Green.1 Marriage banns for Lt. Elias Thayer and Hannah Ellis were published on 27 January 1763 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts; Her 2nd?2 Lt. Elias Thayer married Hannah Ellis on 16 March 1763 at Massachusetts.3 Lt. Elias Thayer died on 10 September 1806 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 65 years, 2 months and 19 days.4 Lt. Elias Thayer was buried in Bellingham Center Cemetery, Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.4

Family

Hannah Ellis b. circa 1744, d. 23 October 1822
Children

Citations

  1. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 63.
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 149, "Mrs. Hannah Ellis," intention.
  3. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001.
  4. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 214, a. 66. G.R.2. [Sept. 10, a. 65, P.R.1.] .
  5. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 65.
  6. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64.
  7. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 62.

Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig1

b. 1735, d. 10 November 1806
Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig|b. 1735\nd. 10 Nov 1806|p470.htm#i24331|Karl I, Herzog von Braunschweig|b. 1713\nd. 1780|p466.htm#i29149|Philippine Charlotte of Prussia|b. 1716\nd. 1801|p469.htm#i29150|Ferdinand A. I., Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. c 29 May 1680\nd. c 13 Sep 1735|p458.htm#i29014|Antoinette A. von Braunschweig-Blankenberg|b. 24 Apr 1696\nd. 6 Mar 1762|p463.htm#i29137|||||||
FatherKarl I, Herzog von Braunschweig1 b. 1713, d. 1780
MotherPhilippine Charlotte of Prussia1 b. 1716, d. 1801
     Also called Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Wölfenbuttel.2 Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig was born in 1735 at Wolfenbüttel.1 He was the son of Karl I, Herzog von Braunschweig and Philippine Charlotte of Prussia.1 Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig married Augusta, Princess of Wales, daughter of Friedrich Ludwig, Kurprinz von Hannover und Prince of Wales and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, on 17 January 1764.2 Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig died on 10 November 1806 at age 71 years. He died of wounds received at the Battle of Jena.2,3

Family

Augusta, Princess of Wales b. 31 July 1737, d. 23 March 1813
Child

Citations

  1. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6.
  2. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…
  3. [S1265] Genealogy.eu, online genealogy.euweb.cz, Welf 6, +k.a.Ottensen 1806.

Elizabeth Sutphen

b. 18 February 1723, d. 20 February 1807
     Elizabeth Sutphen was born on 18 February 1723. She married Matthias Lane Sr., son of Matthias Lane and Ann Schenck, on 18 November 1743 at Marlborough, Monmouth County, New Jersey. As of 18 November 1743,her married name was Lane. Elizabeth Sutphen died on 20 February 1807 at age 84 years and 2 days.

Family

Matthias Lane Sr. b. 18 January 1721, d. 17 January 1804
Child

Martha Thayer1

b. 8 October 1737, d. 30 March 1807
Martha Thayer|b. 8 Oct 1737\nd. 30 Mar 1807|p470.htm#i20514|Lt. Uriah Thayer|b. 10 Sep 1706\nd. 1795|p468.htm#i15675|Rachel Taft|b. 1706|p135.htm#i15676|Captain Ebenezer Thayer Sr.|b. 1674\nd. 1723|p456.htm#i11035|Martha Thomson|b. 28 Aug 1675\nd. 14 Oct 1759|p463.htm#i15671|||||||
FatherLt. Uriah Thayer1 b. 10 September 1706, d. 1795
MotherRachel Taft1 b. 1706
     Martha Thayer was born on 8 October 1737 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Lt. Uriah Thayer and Rachel Taft.1 Martha Thayer married Ebenezer Thayer, son of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. and Hannah Green, on 2 May 1759 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; 1st cousins.1 Martha Thayer died on 30 March 1807 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, at age 69 years, 5 months and 22 days. She died a widow.2

Family

Ebenezer Thayer b. 21 August 1737, d. 30 April 1782

Citations

  1. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per Mendon VR.
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 215.

Mary Gambling1,2

b. circa 1775, d. before 1808
Mary Gambling|b. c 1775\nd. b 1808|p470.htm#i1586|Private James Gambling|b. 1752\nd. 13 May 1843|p476.htm#i24399|Mary Stalcop|b. 1752\nd. 1850|p477.htm#i29319|John Gambling|b. 1730\nd. b 5 Dec 1812|p470.htm#i29320|Mary Terry|b. s 1732|p257.htm#i29339|Erikus Stalcop|b. 15 Aug 1723\nd. 1761|p463.htm#i1626|Mary Twiggs|b. 1727|p257.htm#i29321|
FatherPrivate James Gambling3 b. 1752, d. 13 May 1843
MotherMary Stalcop3 b. 1752, d. 1850
     Mary Gambling was born circa 1775 at North Carolina.2 She was the daughter of Private James Gambling and Mary Stalcop.3 Mary Gambling married Eli Stalcup, son of Private William Stalcop and Margareta Anderson, circa 1794 at Sumner County, Tenessee; 2nd cousins.2,4 Mary Gambling died before 1808 at Sumner County, Tennessee.2

Family

Eli Stalcup b. circa 1772, d. before 1840
Children

Citations

  1. [S1453] Various, Early Tennessee Settlers, 1700s-1900s, pg. 241.
  2. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…
  3. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…
  4. [S1577] Meri's Family Tree Climber Site, online http://www.familytreeclimber.com/pages/958545/index.htm, He was married at least twice, but the date of his first marriage is not known and the name of his wife is asserted based on analysis of circumstantial evidence. On 5 Dec 1812, Eli Stalcup, James Gambling, Nancy Pitt, Polly Strother, Phebe Hollis, Stephen Pitt, Robert Strother, and Jesse Hollis - "all heirs of John Gambling , deceased, of Maury County, Tennessee" conveyed 320 acres on the (?) Duck River to Oliver B. Hays and David Moore. From this entry in the land records, it is surmised that Eli's first wife was a daughter of John Gambling or John's son James Gambling and Mary Stalcop (daughter of Ericus Stalcop & Mary Twigs), possibly named Mary Gambling..
  5. [S41] ., Jones, E. E., pg. 112.
  6. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…

Deborah Perry1

b. 1754, d. circa 1808
     Deborah Perry was born in 1754.2 She married Joseph Church, son of Caleb Church and Mercy Pope, before 1782.1,2 Deborah Perry died circa 1808.2

Family

Joseph Church b. 1752, d. circa 1839
Child

Citations

  1. [S667] Gastel Family Database, online http://worldroots.com/go?/gastel/gasindex.html
  2. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 649.

Henry Jones1

b. circa 1734, d. circa 1808
     Henry Jones was born circa 1734 at Gloucester County, New Jersey.1 He married Hope Lippincott, daughter of Freedom Lippincott of Evesham and Elizabeth Wills, on 23 August 1760 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1 Henry Jones married Hope Lippincott, daughter of Freedom Lippincott of Evesham and Elizabeth Wills, on 22 October 1761 at Chester Monthly Meeting, Burlington County, New Jersey.1 Henry Jones died circa 1808 at Ross County, Ohio.1

Family

Hope Lippincott b. 18 January 1725
Child

Citations

  1. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html

Charles Hollinshead

b. 23 December 1807, d. 1808
Charles Hollinshead|b. 23 Dec 1807\nd. 1808|p470.htm#i110|Jacob Hollinshead Jr.|b. 5 Jun 1766\nd. 3 Nov 1845|p476.htm#i98|Mary Haines|b. 15 Nov 1770\nd. a 27 Feb 1846|p476.htm#i101|Jacob Hollinshead Sr.|b. 16 Dec 1732\nd. 19 Dec 1819|p472.htm#i102|Mary Hollinshead|b. 30 Sep 1737\nd. 7 Aug 1814|p471.htm#i103|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|
FatherJacob Hollinshead Jr. b. 5 June 1766, d. 3 November 1845
MotherMary Haines b. 15 November 1770, d. after 27 February 1846
     Charles Hollinshead was born on 23 December 1807 at Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines. Charles Hollinshead died in 1808 at Ontario, Canada.

Richard Falley1

b. 1740, d. 1808
     Richard Falley was born in 1740.1 He married Margaret Hitchcock, daughter of Samuel Hitchcock and Ruth Stebbins, before 1776.1 Richard Falley died in 1808 at age 68 years.1

Family

Margaret Hitchcock b. 1741, d. 1820
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 521.
  2. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 523.

Henry Smock

b. 3 March 1776, d. after 1808
Henry Smock|b. 3 Mar 1776\nd. a 1808|p470.htm#i3098|Private John Smock Sr.|b. 3 Jun 1739\nd. Jul 1812|p470.htm#i2533|Sara Fonteyn|b. 19 Apr 1741\nd. 23 Jun 1818|p471.htm#i3072|Matthias M. Smock|b. a 1706\nd. 11 May 1791|p467.htm#i2028|Maritje Buys|b. 17 Oct 1716|p19.htm#i2531|Carel Fonteyn|b. 24 Apr 1692|p24.htm#i3073|Sarah Nolan|b. c 1708|p24.htm#i3074|
FatherPrivate John Smock Sr.1 b. 3 June 1739, d. July 1812
MotherSara Fonteyn1 b. 19 April 1741, d. 23 June 1818
     Henry Smock was baptized on 3 March 1776 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Conewago Colony, York (now Adams) County, Pennsylvania; "Smack, Jan and Sara Fontyn--Hendreck."1 He was the son of Private John Smock Sr. and Sara Fonteyn.1 Henry Smock died after 1808 at Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana. He married Anne Westerfield, daughter of Jacobus Westerfield and Phoebe Cozine, on 12 December 1808 at Mercer County, Kentucky.2 Henry Smock married Mary McKarney on 10 August 1825 at Mercer County, Kentucky.3 Henry Smock died in September 1835 at Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana, at age 59 years and 5 months.

Family 1

Anne Westerfield b. circa 1788

Family 2

Mary McKarney b. circa 1805

Citations

  1. [S350] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. IV, No. 4, October 1915, pg. 266-.
  2. [S84] Mercer County, Kentucky Marriages, A Partial List, 1786-1903.
  3. [S55] Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages, Kentuck to 1850.

John Smock1,2

b. 13 February 1727, d. 26 February 1808
John Smock|b. 13 Feb 1727\nd. 26 Feb 1808|p470.htm#i2055|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
     John Smock was born on 13 February 1727 at Smock Ancestral Home, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Hendrick Smock and Mary Gerrettse Schenck. John Smock married Elizabeth Conover, daughter of Peter Van Covenhoven and Alte Covenhoven, on 4 May 1747. John Smock witnessed the will of Hendrick Smock before 30 May 1747; Names wife Mary, children John, eldest son, Catherine, and Nelly Lane, and as executors Cornelius Vanderveer, Barrents Smock, and Garret Schank. John Smock witnessed the will of Johannes Hendrickse Smock on 24 September 1754; Names wife Catherine, children Barnes; Ann, wife of John Teunison; "Morritey," wife of Cornelius "van de Vear;" grandchildren "Johannis," "Garrat," Barnes, Nelly, and Catherine, children of his deceased son Hendrick. The executor of the will was his son Barnes, son-in-law John Teunisson, and Cornelius van de Vear, and grandson of Johannis Smock. He is not the Lt. Colonel Smock as has been so populary supposed (even by the DAR). The Revolutionary War officers were instead cousins of his.2 John Smock died on 26 February 1808 at Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 81 years and 13 days. John Smock was buried in Smock Burying Ground, Holmdel, Monmouth County, New Jersey. His estate was probated on 13 August 1808.

Family

Elizabeth Conover b. 18 March 1725, d. 6 May 1817
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 24, pg. 290; Vol. 25, pg. 39; Vol. 34, pg. 184; Vol. 38, pg. 128; Vol. 102, pg. 133;et al.
  2. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository.

James Ballou IV1

b. 25 April 1761, d. 30 April 1808
James Ballou IV|b. 25 Apr 1761\nd. 30 Apr 1808|p470.htm#i19384|James Ballou III|b. 10 Dec 1723\nd. 21 Jan 1812|p470.htm#i20359|Tamasin Cook|b. 16 Jun 1725\nd. 25 Apr 1804|p469.htm#i20358|||||||Daniel Cooke|b. 18 Aug 1703|p183.htm#i20356|Suzanna (?)|b. c 1704\nd. a 1786|p467.htm#i20357|
FatherJames Ballou III2 b. 10 December 1723, d. 21 January 1812
MotherTamasin Cook2 b. 16 June 1725, d. 25 April 1804
     James Ballou IV was born on 25 April 1761 at Cumberland, Rhode Island.1,2 He was the son of James Ballou III and Tamasin Cook.2 James Ballou IV married Mehitable Ingalls, daughter of Henry Ingalls and Sybil Carpenter, on 5 November 1786 at Richmond, New Hampshire.1,2 James Ballou IV died on 30 April 1808 at Richmond, New Hampshire, at age 47 years and 5 days.1,2

Family

Mehitable Ingalls b. 1764, d. 1821
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 501.
  2. [S786] PAT, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/presidents/prez20.htm..
  3. [S674] Family Trees, A&E Family Forest.

Elizabeth Smock1

b. 28 January 1727, d. 2 September 1808
Elizabeth Smock|b. 28 Jan 1727\nd. 2 Sep 1808|p470.htm#i3308|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
     Elizabeth Smock was born on 28 January 1727 at Somerville, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Hendrick Smock and Antje Van Duyn. Elizabeth Smock was baptized on 3 April 1728 at Sourland Dutch Church, Somerville, Somerset County, New Jersey. She witnessed the will of Hendrick Smock on 29 November 1746; Identifies Hendrick as a farmer, names wife Antje, children Elizabeth, Hendrick, Dennis, and Ann, all under age but Elizabeth, mentions a home farm of 131 acres in Bound Brook, and names wife Antje as sole executrix. As of 23 November 1749,her married name was Field.2 Elizabeth Smock married Richard Field on 23 November 1749 at Middlesex County, New Jersey.2 Elizabeth Smock died on 2 September 1808 at age 81 years, 7 months and 5 days.

Family

Richard Field b. circa 1725

Citations

  1. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository.
  2. [S106] William Nelson, Documentary History of NJ, pg. 137 & 380.

Aaron Haines

b. 25 March 1773, d. 6 September 1808
Aaron Haines|b. 25 Mar 1773\nd. 6 Sep 1808|p470.htm#i387|Samuel Haines Jr.|b. 16 Jan 1742\nd. 16 Jan 1821|p472.htm#i384|Elizabeth Busby|b. 23 Sep 1745\nd. 6 Mar 1786|p467.htm#i385|Samuel Haines Sr.|b. 24 Jan 1705\nd. 1748/49|p461.htm#i320|Lydia Stokes|b. 13 May 1710\nd. 22 Jun 1788|p467.htm#i328|William Busby|b. 10 May 1714\nd. 5 Sep 1759|p463.htm#i401|Mary Wills|b. c 1723|p3.htm#i402|
FatherSamuel Haines Jr. b. 16 January 1742, d. 16 January 1821
MotherElizabeth Busby b. 23 September 1745, d. 6 March 1786
     Aaron Haines was born on 25 March 1773 at Rancocas, Burlington County, New Jersey. He was the son of Samuel Haines Jr. and Elizabeth Busby. Aaron Haines married Martha Stokes on 29 October 1795 at Burlington County, New Jersey. Aaron Haines died on 6 September 1808 at age 35 years, 5 months and 12 days. .

Family

Martha Stokes b. circa 1775

Allen Sharp1

b. 1 August 1726, d. 10 September 1808
     Allen Sharp was born on 1 August 1726.1 He married Elizabeth Haines, daughter of Carlile Haines and Sarah Matlack, on 14 September 1752 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.2 Allen Sharp died on 10 September 1808 at Milville, Cumberland County, New Jersey, at age 82 years, 1 month and 9 days.1

Family

Elizabeth Haines b. 23 October 1730
Child

Citations

  1. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #498.
  2. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #498-499.
  3. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #249.

Hannah Stockton

b. 21 July 1736, d. 28 October 1808
Hannah Stockton|b. 21 Jul 1736\nd. 28 Oct 1808|p470.htm#i4064|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
     Hannah Stockton was born on 21 July 1736 at Morven, Somerset County, New Jersey.1 She was the daughter of John Stockton and Abigail Phillips. Hannah Stockton married Elias Boudinot, son of Elias Boudinot and Mary Catherine Williams, on 21 April 1762. As of 21 April 1762,her married name was Boudinot. Hannah Stockton died on 28 October 1808 at age 72 years, 3 months and 7 days.1

Family

Elias Boudinot b. 2 May 1740, d. 24 October 1821

Citations

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

Garret Smock

b. 25 April 1731, d. 1809
Garret Smock|b. 25 Apr 1731\nd. 1809|p470.htm#i2073|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
     Garret Smock was is the progeniture of the Smocks residing near Hodgenville, Kentucky. He was born on 25 April 1731 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Hendrick Smock and Mary Gerrettse Schenck. Garret Smock married Jannetje Van Dyke circa 1752. Garret Smock was was assigned seat 15 in the newly constructed church, having contributed to the building fund, on 23 November 1752 at Sourland Dutch Church. He relocated to Raritan Valley, New Jersey, after 1757; (thereafter to York, PA, and then to the state of Kentucky). He relocated to Washington County, Kentucky, before 1785. He was is noted in the records as having purchased land, some 2,000 acres, on 29 March 1785 at Washington County, Kentucky. He died in 1809 at Washington County, Kentucky, at age 77 years.

Family

Jannetje Van Dyke b. circa 1733
Children

Margaret Hoffman

b. 29 April 1759, d. 1809
Margaret Hoffman|b. 29 Apr 1759\nd. 1809|p470.htm#i4254|John Hoffman Sr.|b. c 1724|p3.htm#i15556|Rebecca (?)|b. c 1729|p5.htm#i15557|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Hoffman Sr.1 b. circa 1724
MotherRebecca (?) b. circa 1729
     Margaret Hoffman was baptized on 29 April 1759 at Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.2 She was the daughter of John Hoffman Sr. and Rebecca (?).1 Margaret Hoffman married Peter Schamp, son of George Schamp Sr. and Kniertje Monfoort, circa 1776.2 Margaret Hoffman died in 1809 at age 49 years.2

Family

Peter Schamp b. 7 April 1751, d. 12 October 1812
Children

Citations

  1. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey.
  2. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, Hoffmans of Readington.

Mary Ann Cabot1

b. 9 May 1784, d. 25 July 1809
     Mary Ann Cabot was baptized on 9 May 1784 at Salem, Massachusetts.1 She married Francis Blanchard, son of Samuel Blanchard and Elizabeth Gardner, on 29 August 1808 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 Mary Ann Cabot died on 25 July 1809 at Boston, Massachusetts, at age 25 years, 2 months and 16 days.1

Family

Francis Blanchard b. 1 February 1784, d. 26 June 1813
Child

Citations

  1. [S1603] The Ancestors of Senator John Forbes Kerry (b. 1943), online http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/wreitwiesn/candidates2004/…

Anna Fitch1

b. 1 March 1763, d. 15 November 1809
     Anna Fitch was born on 1 March 1763 at Swansea, Massachusetts.1,2 She married Isaac Pierce, son of Reverend Nathan Pierce and Lydia Martin, on 7 October 1782 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts.1,3 Anna Fitch died on 15 November 1809 at Rehoboth, Massachusetts, at age 46 years, 8 months and 14 days.1,2

Family

Isaac Pierce b. 22 September 1763, d. 26 November 1849
Child

Citations

  1. [S699] Colonel Frederick C. Pearce, Pierce Genealogy, pg. 156.
  2. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #157.
  3. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #156.
  4. [S699] Colonel Frederick C. Pearce, Pierce Genealogy, pg. 255.

Deacon Benajah Strong1

b. 13 October 1740, d. 25 November 1809
     Deacon Benajah Strong married Lucy Bishop, daughter of Caleb Bishop and Keziah Hibbard.1 Deacon Benajah Strong was born on 13 October 1740 at Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut.1 He died on 25 November 1809 at Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut, at age 69 years, 1 month and 12 days.1

Family

Lucy Bishop b. 21 December 1747, d. 27 November 1783
Child

Citations

  1. [S1574] Thomas Holcombe of Connecticut, online http://www.holcombegenealogy.com/data/index.htm

Nathan Applebee

b. 2 November 1763, d. before 1810
Nathan Applebee|b. 2 Nov 1763\nd. b 1810|p470.htm#i20897|James Applebee of Smithfield|b. c 1721\nd. 25 Sep 1798|p468.htm#i29355|Dorcas Paine|b. 29 Jul 1724|p257.htm#i29356|James Applebee|b. s 1671\nd. 21 Dec 1716|p455.htm#i29361|Ann Clemence|b. 11 Dec 1690|p257.htm#i29362|Benjamin Paine|b. 19 Dec 1699\nd. 1 Jan 1784|p466.htm#i29357|Elizabeth Owen|b. s 1700|p257.htm#i29358|
FatherJames Applebee of Smithfield1 b. circa 1721, d. 25 September 1798
MotherDorcas Paine1 b. 29 July 1724
     "Nathan Applebee Sr., son of James Applebee and his 1st wife Dorcas,was born 2 Nov 1763 at Smithfield, RI, according to the IGI. He moved north with his family to settle at Franconia NH, where he married, 13Oct 1783, Katherine Verbeck, the dau of German settlers. Nathan may have gone to Concord, NH betw 1786-88, went to Lisbon 1788-90, and returned to live in Franconia betw 1790-92, when he moved to Littleton, where he lived until he died, abt 1812. After his death his wife married (2d) Ephraim McIntire."2 There is only one Appleby in Grafton in 1790. This may be the grandfather of Mary (who married Moses Page) and ancestor of the other Applebees found in Grafton later. At Concord (now Lisbon), Grafton County, New Hampshire.3 Nathan Applebee was born on 2 November 1763 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island.1 He was the son of James Applebee of Smithfield and Dorcas Paine.1 No Appleby (or Page) appears in Concord in the New Hampshire Association Test. In 1776.4 Nathan Applebee married Katherine Vorback, daughter of Philip Vorback and Lois (?), on 13 October 1783.2

In 1790, Nathan Applebee was on the census at Concord (now Lisbon), Grafton County, New Hampshire, Details provided: 1 Free White Male over 16, 2 Free White Male under 16, 3 Free White Females, 0 Free Persons, 0 Slaves, Total 6.3

He was recognized in the will of James Applebee of Smithfield on 21 January 1790 at Smithfield, Rhode Island; Appleby, James of Smithfield, blacksmith, somewhat advanced in years. Mentions sons John Appleby, James Appleby, Benjamin Appleby, Nathan Appleby, & Seth Appleby. Daughters: Katurah King, Priscilla Whipple, Elizabeth Smith, Hannah Mowry, & Sarah Latham. Witnesses: Job Aldrich, Daniel Mowry Jr., and David Steere.5 Nathan Applebee relocated to Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire, in 1792.6 He died before 1810 at Littleton, Grafton County, New Hampshire.2 On Concord: "The town was granted August 6, 1763 ... by the name of Concord. This grant was made, and the town was thus named, nearly two years prior to the incorporation and naming of Concord in the county of Merrimack." [now the state capital] It was "re-granted" October 20, 1768 and named Gunthwaite, but later assumed the name of Concord until June 14, 1824, when it was changed to Lisbon by the legislature.

"The first settlers of the town were Samuel Martin, Ebenezer Richardson, William Belknap, and Samuel Sherman. Then followed the Youngs, the most influential family for a considerable period, followed by the families Dexter, Dailey, Judd, Parker, Aldrich, Jesseman, Bishop, Harris, Howland, Northey, Hildrich, Jewett, Colbey, Quimby, Streeter, Spooner, Oaks, Priest, Noyes, Jameson, Taylor, Hains, Applebee, Morse, Bailey, Ash, Whitcomb, Smith, Page, Wells, Knapp, Kennistons, Burt, Kay, Emery, Cushman, Morris, Kelsea, Gurnsey, Cooley, Whiting, Barret, Robbins, Cole, Eastman, Whipple, Cobleigh, Kimball, Savage, Gould and Ela, besides individuals and other families, perhaps equally as early but not so numerous."6

Family 1

Katherine Vorback b. 15 July 1766
Child

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S1653] Unknown author, "The Record of Old Smithfield From 1730 To 1850".
  2. [S1473] My Aldrich Family Tree, online http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  3. [S850] 1790 1790 Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, Concord.
  4. [S542] D. D. Nathaniel Bouton, NH Association Test.
  5. [S1514] Ph. D. Alden G. Beaman, R.I. Genealogical Register, Volume 13, Abstract of Smithfield Wills, pg. 134.
  6. [S564] Hamilton Child, Gazetteer of Grafton County.

Barnes Smock

b. 27 October 1749, d. 1810
Barnes Smock|b. 27 Oct 1749\nd. 1810|p470.htm#i2954|Leonard Smock|b. 15 Apr 1730|p14.htm#i2009|Ann Fulkarson|b. c 1729|p30.htm#i3617|Barent Smock|b. a 1697\nd. b 1755|p462.htm#i3682|Maretje Beuis|b. a 1699|p32.htm#i3683|||||||
FatherLeonard Smock b. 15 April 1730
MotherAnn Fulkarson b. circa 1729
     Also called Barnet Smock. Barnes Smock was baptized on 27 October 1749 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was the son of Leonard Smock and Ann Fulkarson. Barnes Smock married Jane Berdine circa 1770. Barnes Smock lived in 1789 at Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. He emigrated from New Jersey leaving 1789.

In 1790, Barnes Smock appeared on the census at Bullskin Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, Details provided: Per record: Name of head of family: Smock, Barnet, Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads of families: 1, Free white males under 16 years: 2, Free white females, including heads of families: 3.

He died in 1810 at Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, at age 60 years.

Family

Jane Berdine b. circa 1750
Children

Maria Eliza Walton

b. 15 March 1769, d. 22 March 1810
     Maria Eliza Walton was born on 15 March 1769. She married James Roosevelt, son of Isaac Roosevelt and Cornelia Hoffman, on 15 November 1786. Maria Eliza Walton died on 22 March 1810 at age 41 years and 7 days.

Family

James Roosevelt b. 10 January 1760, d. 6 February 1847
Child

Reynier Smock1

b. 1739, d. 25 May 1810
Reynier Smock|b. 1739\nd. 25 May 1810|p470.htm#i2488|Jan Matthyse Smock|b. c 1703\nd. Apr 1760|p463.htm#i2020|Lea Fontine|b. 1708\nd. a 1760|p463.htm#i2021|Matthias H. Smock|b. c 1669\nd. Mar 1727|p457.htm#i2000|Elizabeth S. Coninck|b. 11 Oct 1676|p14.htm#i2001|Charles L. Fontine|b. 8 Apr 1674\nd. 1734|p458.htm#i2022|Magdaleentje Reynerse|b. 1670\nd. a 1734|p458.htm#i2582|
FatherJan Matthyse Smock b. circa 1703, d. April 1760
MotherLea Fontine b. 1708, d. after 1760
     Reynier Smock was born in 1739 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. Reynier Smock witnessed the will of Jan Matthyse Smock on 1 March 1760; Names wife Leah, sons "Tice", Charles, John, Reynier, Jacob, and Abraham, and daughters Leenah, wife of Powel Powelson, Elizabeth, Maria, Leah, "Geertie", Catherine and Jane. Reynier Smock married Arianthe Van Arsdalen, daughter of Van Arsdalen, circa 1766 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. Reynier Smock left a will on 21 August 1804 at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey. He lived in 1807 at Hillsborough Township, Somerset County, New Jersey. He died on 25 May 1810 at Millstone, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 71 years. Reynier Smock was buried in Hillsborough Reformed Dutch Churchyard, Millstone, Somerset County, New Jersey. His estate was probated on 22 June 1810 at Millstone Reformed Church, Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey; Names wife Arianthe; sisters Magdalen, Elizabeth, Maria, Gertrude, Leah and Catherine; Cornelius, son of brother John Smock; Rynear Giles, son of sister Jane; Rynear Smock Merrill, "son of my wife's niece, Polly, the wife of William Merrill;" the Dutch Ref. ch. at Millstone. Executors: John Frelinghuysen and Martin Schenck. Witnesses: John M. V. Harlingen, Henry Polhemus, John Bennet. (A, p. 260).

Family

Arianthe Van Arsdalen b. circa 1746, d. 15 May 1815

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol VII - 1918.

Cornelius Smock

b. 19 June 1768, d. after June 1810
Cornelius Smock|b. 19 Jun 1768\nd. a Jun 1810|p470.htm#i3169|John Smock|b. 10 Aug 1735|p18.htm#i2484|Neeltje Saertie|b. c 1743|p25.htm#i3171|Jan M. Smock|b. c 1703\nd. Apr 1760|p463.htm#i2020|Lea Fontine|b. 1708\nd. a 1760|p463.htm#i2021|||||||
FatherJohn Smock b. 10 August 1735
MotherNeeltje Saertie b. circa 1743
     Cornelius Smock was baptized on 19 June 1768 at Millstone Reformed Church, Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey; 1768, June 19. Smack, Jan and Neeltyi--Cornelis.1 He was the son of John Smock and Neeltje Saertie. Cornelius Smock was was mentioned in his Uncle's will: SMOCK, REYNEAR, of Hillsborough. Dated Aug. 21, 1804. Probat. June 22, 1810. Names wife Arianthe; sisters Magdalen, Elizabeth, Maria, Gertrude, Leah and Catherine; Cornelius, son of brother John Smock; Rynear Giles, son of sister Jane; Rynear Smock Merrill, "son of my wife's niece, Polly, the wife of William Merrill;" the Dutch Ref. ch. at Millstone. Executors: John Frelinghuysen and Martin Schenck. Witnesses: John M. V. Harlingen, Henry Polhemus, John Bennet. (A, p. 260). This should also then be the same Cornelis, son of Jan Smack and and Neeltje, baptised 19 Jun 1768 at Millstone. In 1804. He died after June 1810.

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".".

Nathan Knight

b. 28 February 1739, d. 2 June 1810
Nathan Knight|b. 28 Feb 1739\nd. 2 Jun 1810|p470.htm#i1022|Westbrook Knight I|b. 1708\nd. 10 Nov 1751|p461.htm#i994|Abigail Munson|b. 1720\nd. a 1770|p464.htm#i1001|Nathan Knight|b. Apr 1668\nd. May 1746|p460.htm#i995|Mary Westbrook|b. c 1673\nd. 12 Sep 1749|p461.htm#i1015|||||||
FatherWestbrook Knight I b. 1708, d. 10 November 1751
MotherAbigail Munson b. 1720, d. after 1770
     Nathan Knight was From GED file (and research of) Philip V. Thorne. He was born on 28 February 1739 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. He was the son of Westbrook Knight I and Abigail Munson. Nathan Knight was baptized on 18 March 1739 at Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. He died on 2 June 1810 at Lincolnville, Hancock County, Maine, at age 71 years, 3 months and 5 days.

Elizabeth Walton

b. 27 March 1725, d. 5 August 1810
Elizabeth Walton|b. 27 Mar 1725\nd. 5 Aug 1810|p470.htm#i1236|Benjamin Walton||p9.htm#i1237|Rebecca ?||p9.htm#i1238|||||||||||||
FatherBenjamin Walton
MotherRebecca ?
     Her married name was Gilbert. Elizabeth Walton was In 1780 she and her second husband, Benjamin, and the three children of the first marriage were taken captive by Indians.. Her married name was Peart. She was born on 27 March 1725 at Byberry Township, Pennsylvania. She was the daughter of Benjamin Walton and Rebecca ?. Elizabeth Walton married Bryan Peart, son of Benjamin Peart and Rachel Collet, on 30 November 1752 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Swede's Church. Elizabeth Walton married Benjamin Gilbert on 17 August 1760 at Christ's Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Walton was Taken captive by indians Unknown GEDCOM info: Misc in 1780. She died on 5 August 1810 at Fallowfield Township, Chester County, at age 85 years, 4 months and 9 days.

Family 1

Bryan Peart d. 27 December 1757
Children

Family 2

Benjamin Gilbert b. circa 1735

Henry Ingalls1

b. 12 October 1738, d. circa 1811
Henry Ingalls|b. 12 Oct 1738\nd. c 1811|p470.htm#i19381|Ebenezer Ingalls|b. 14 Jul 1711\nd. b 1771|p465.htm#i19379|Elizabeth Wheeler|b. 9 Jun 1717|p172.htm#i19380|Edmund Ingalls||p172.htm#i19378|Eunice Ludden|b. a 1676|p172.htm#i19377|||||||
FatherEbenezer Ingalls1 b. 14 July 1711, d. before 1771
MotherElizabeth Wheeler1 b. 9 June 1717
     Henry Ingalls was born on 12 October 1738.1 He was the son of Ebenezer Ingalls and Elizabeth Wheeler.1 Henry Ingalls married Sybil Carpenter on 31 December 1761.1 Patriots sign the Association Test on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.2 Henry Ingalls signed the Association Test involving himself in the American Revolution on the side of the Patriots, on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. "We, the subscribers, do hereby solemnly engage, and promise, that we will, to the utmost of our power, at the risque of our lives and fortunes, with arms, oppose the hostile proceedings of the British Fleets and Armies against the United States Colonies."2

In 1790, Henry Ingalls was Head of Household on the census at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Details provided: Head of Household. 2 white males 16 or over, no white males under 16, 5 white females, no other free persons, no slaves.. Enumerated with him were Sybil Carpenter and Mehitable Ingalls.3

Henry Ingalls died circa 1811.4

Family

Sybil Carpenter b. 1739
Child

Citations

  1. [S697] Jr. Albert Gallatin Wheeler, Wheeler Family, pg. 431.
  2. [S542] D. D. Nathaniel Bouton, NH Association Test, pg. 271.
  3. [S1053] 1790 NH Cheshire, pg. 22.
  4. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 501.

Colonel and Deacon Israel Smith1,2

b. 2 April 1739, d. 1811
     Colonel and Deacon Israel Smith was born on 2 April 1739.1,2 He married Abigail Chandler, daughter of Isaac Chandler and Abigail Hale, before 1762.1 Colonel and Deacon Israel Smith died in 1811 at age 71 years.1

Family

Abigail Chandler b. 11 September 1741, d. 1791
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 485.
  2. [S822] U.S. Army Maj. Lemuel Abijah Abbott Abbotts of Rowley, MA, Vol I, pg. 33.

Barnabas Allen

b. 28 April 1741, d. 1811
Barnabas Allen|b. 28 Apr 1741\nd. 1811|p470.htm#i27994|Benjamin Allen Jr.|b. c 1712|p209.htm#i23567|Susanna Thrasher|b. c 1717|p209.htm#i23566|||||||Arthur Thresher|b. b 1669|p209.htm#i23565||||
FatherBenjamin Allen Jr. b. circa 1712
MotherSusanna Thrasher b. circa 1717
     Barnabas Allen was born on 28 April 1741 at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts. He was the son of Benjamin Allen Jr. and Susanna Thrasher. Barnabas Allen died in 1811 at Springfield Center, Otswego County, New York, at age 69 years.

Doctor Abiather Millard1

b. 1744, d. 1811
Doctor Abiather Millard|b. 1744\nd. 1811|p470.htm#i30185|Robert Millard|b. 1702\nd. c 1784|p466.htm#i30184|Hannah Eddy|b. c 1704|p264.htm#i30183|||||||Eleazer Eddy|b. 1681\nd. 1739|p459.htm#i30181|Elizabeth Randall|b. 1673|p264.htm#i30182|
FatherRobert Millard1 b. 1702, d. circa 1784
MotherHannah Eddy1 b. circa 1704
     Doctor Abiather Millard was born in 1744.1 He was the son of Robert Millard and Hannah Eddy.1 Doctor Abiather Millard married Tabitha Hopkins.1 Doctor Abiather Millard died in 1811 at age 67 years.1

Family

Tabitha Hopkins b. 1745
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 413.
  2. [S673] Joseph Nathan Kane, Pres. Facts, 3rd ed., pg. 86.

Patience Thayer1

b. 16 April 1739, d. after 1811
Patience Thayer|b. 16 Apr 1739\nd. a 1811|p470.htm#i20497|Ebenezer Thayer of Mendon|b. 6 Sep 1697\nd. a 1772|p465.htm#i11021|Sarah|b. c 1701\nd. b 1772|p465.htm#i20352|Isaac Thayer of Mendon|b. 1672\nd. Dec 1754|p462.htm#i11023|Mercy Rockwood|b. c 1673\nd. 18 Dec 1700|p452.htm#i11024|||||||
FatherEbenezer Thayer of Mendon1 b. 6 September 1697, d. after 1772
MotherSarah1 b. circa 1701, d. before 1772
     Patience Thayer was born on 16 April 1739 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Ebenezer Thayer of Mendon and Sarah.1 Patience Thayer married Abraham Thayer, son of Isaac Thayer Jr. and Miriam Thayer, on 8 April 1757 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts; 1st cousins.1 Patience Thayer died after 1811 at Orwell, Addison County, Vermont.2

Family

Abraham Thayer b. 25 October 1734

Citations

  1. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per Mendon VR.
  2. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001.

Jacob Smock1

b. 20 May 1744, d. before 2 May 1811
Jacob Smock|b. 20 May 1744\nd. b 2 May 1811|p470.htm#i2311|Jan Matthyse Smock|b. c 1703\nd. Apr 1760|p463.htm#i2020|Lea Fontine|b. 1708\nd. a 1760|p463.htm#i2021|Matthias H. Smock|b. c 1669\nd. Mar 1727|p457.htm#i2000|Elizabeth S. Coninck|b. 11 Oct 1676|p14.htm#i2001|Charles L. Fontine|b. 8 Apr 1674\nd. 1734|p458.htm#i2022|Magdaleentje Reynerse|b. 1670\nd. a 1734|p458.htm#i2582|
FatherJan Matthyse Smock b. circa 1703, d. April 1760
MotherLea Fontine b. 1708, d. after 1760
     Jacob Smock was baptized on 20 May 1744 at the Dutch Church, Rariton, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. Jacob Smock witnessed the will of Jan Matthyse Smock on 1 March 1760; Names wife Leah, sons "Tice", Charles, John, Reynier, Jacob, and Abraham, and daughters Leenah, wife of Powel Powelson, Elizabeth, Maria, Leah, "Geertie", Catherine and Jane. Jacob Smock relocated to the Dutch Church, Conewago Colony, York County, Pennsylvania, after 1764. He married Catherine Demaree, daughter of Samuel Davids Demaree and Lea Demarest, in 1773 at Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania. Jacob Smock lived between 1774 and 1806 at Shelby County, Kentucky; He appears on tax lists in Shelby County, during this period, but not past this date. (It appears he maintained a taxable presence in Virginia during some of this period as well.). He relocated to Virginia between 9 April 1774 and 1775. He served in (an unknown value) on 19 July 1777 at Virginia. He served in the American Revolution, as a private in the 3rd and 4th Virgina Regiments, and as a sergeant in the 4th, 8th, and 12th Regiments, under Capt. Robert Higgin's Company of Major Jonathon Clark's fourth regiment of Virginia troops. He ended military service in November 1779 at Virginia; He received Virginia Military Land Warrent No. 1022, 200 acres, for threes years of service as a sergeant. He lived between 1782 and 1785 at Hampshire County, Virginia; He was on Virginia tax lists, and other documents, during this time. He lived between 1784 and 1794 at Shelby County, Kentucky. He was at the Treaty of Greeneville where General Wayne signed a treaty with the Ohio Indian nations. There Jacob traded a keg of rum for his two sons, Peter and John, held prisoner by the indians on 3 August 1795 at Greeneville. He lived in 1807 at Hanover, Clark County, Indiana; (Clark County is now Jefferson County.). He married Elizabeth Stevens in 1807 at Mercer County, Kentucky. Jacob Smock died before 2 May 1811 at Virginia. Massacered by indians on his return to Virginia per the information from his second wife, Elizabeth Stevens.

Family 1

Catherine Demaree b. 6 May 1748, d. 22 October 1828
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Stevens b. circa 1767

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 51, pg. 125; Vol. 73, pg. 334.

Levi Thayer

b. 19 February 1775, d. 1812
Levi Thayer|b. 19 Feb 1775\nd. 1812|p470.htm#i11015|Caleb Thayer|b. 7 Jan 1748/49\nd. 1778|p466.htm#i11017|Susannah Threshere|b. c 1751|p87.htm#i11018|Jeremiah Thayer Sr.|b. 11 Mar 1725\nd. a 1805|p469.htm#i11019|Alice Holbrook|b. 9 Nov 1728|p87.htm#i11020|Barnabas Thresher|b. 1725?|p206.htm#i23213|Rebecca Sweetland|b. 9 Sep 1727|p206.htm#i23253|
FatherCaleb Thayer1,2,3 b. 7 January 1748/49, d. 1778
MotherSusannah Threshere1 b. circa 1751
      Levi Thayer was born on 19 February 1775 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.1 He was the son of Caleb Thayer and Susannah Threshere.1,2,3

In 1790, Levi Thayer was Head of Household on the census at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Details provided: Head of Household. 1 white male age 16 or over, 4 white females, no other free persons or slaves..4,5

He married Hannah Abbott, daughter of Corporal Obed Abbott and Elizabeth Edmunds, on 13 March 1799 at Richmond, Chesire County, New Hampshire; Married by Rev. N. Boles.6,7 Levi Thayer married Hannah Abbott, daughter of Corporal Obed Abbott and Elizabeth Edmunds, on 28 March 1799 at Richmond, Chesire County, New Hampshire.8 His uncle, Nathan Thayer, brother of his father Caleb, arrived in Waitsfield, per the history of that town. This uncle Nathan married a Sally Abbot, much like his father Caleb married his mother Hannah Abbot. Were they sisters? Did he and his mother remove to Vermont with his Uncle (by his father) Nathan and his Aunt (by his mother) Sally? Circa 1805.9 Levi Thayer accompanied Nathan Thayer Sr. when Nathan relocated circa 1805 and came to reside in Waitsfield, Washington (then Chittenden) County, Vermont.9

In 1810, Levi Thayer appeared on the census at Waitsfield, Washington (then Chittenden) County, Vermont.10

He died in 1812 at age 36 years. He was killed at the Battle of Lake Champlain during the War of 1812.2 He served in the War of 1812.11

Family

Hannah Abbott b. 23 August 1773
Children

Citations

  1. [S1363] NH Early Records, pg. 314: "Caleb Thayer Record for Children by Susannah his wife: Levi Thayer was born February ye 19th AD 1775.".
  2. [S1611] Letter, Mary E. Philp to family.
  3. [S1611] Letter, Mary E. Philp to family, the printed record that shows him as the son of Ebenezer is wrong.
  4. [S817] Census Index, 1790 NH Census Index, page 52 (orig record pg 23).
  5. [S1053] 1790 NH Cheshire, pg. 23.
  6. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film Number: 177994, Page Number: 965, Reference Number: 32193.
  7. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3533. I G. LEVI THAYER.
  8. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per New Hampshire Register of Vital Records.
  9. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 484.
  10. [S817] Census Index, 1810 VT Census Index, page 138 (orig record pg 188) (One line below his uncle Nathan).
  11. [S1365] Missaukee Republican, 2.
  12. [S258] Hampton VA Jerry Thayer, "Thayer Family E-mail," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 22 Sep 99.
  13. [S1367] Letter, Harriet Emily Philp to the Philps, 21 Apr 1916.
  14. [S1613] Missaukee County Paper, Dec 1923.

Benjamin Kendrick1

b. circa 1723, d. 1812
     Benjamin Kendrick was born circa 1723.1 He married Sarah Harris, daughter of Stephen Harris and Mary (?), before 1768.1 Benjamin Kendrick died in 1812.1

Family

Sarah Harris b. circa 1729, d. 1818
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 421.
  2. [S694] ., B:PF, pg. 277.

James Ballou III1

b. 10 December 1723, d. 21 January 1812
     James Ballou III was born on 10 December 1723 at (later Cumberland, R.I.), Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 He married Tamasin Cook, daughter of Daniel Cooke and Suzanna (?), on 7 June 1744 at (later Cumberland, R.I.), Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 James Ballou III died on 21 January 1812 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, at age 88 years, 1 month and 11 days.1

Family

Tamasin Cook b. 16 June 1725, d. 25 April 1804
Child

Dr. Joseph Strong1

b. 10 March 1770, d. 24 April 1812
Dr. Joseph Strong|b. 10 Mar 1770\nd. 24 Apr 1812|p470.htm#i29948|Deacon Benajah Strong|b. 13 Oct 1740\nd. 25 Nov 1809|p470.htm#i29947|Lucy Bishop|b. 21 Dec 1747\nd. 27 Nov 1783|p466.htm#i29946|||||||Caleb Bishop|b. 16 Mar 1715/16\nd. 16 Feb 1785|p467.htm#i29945|Keziah Hibbard|b. 19 May 1722|p262.htm#i29944|
FatherDeacon Benajah Strong1 b. 13 October 1740, d. 25 November 1809
MotherLucy Bishop1 b. 21 December 1747, d. 27 November 1783
     Dr. Joseph Strong was born on 10 March 1770 at South Coventry, Connecticut.1 He was the son of Deacon Benajah Strong and Lucy Bishop.1 Dr. Joseph Strong studied medicine under Dr. Lemuel Hopkins of Hartford between 1788 and 1790.1 He studied medicine under Dr. Benjamin Rush at the School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania between 1791 and 1792.1 He was a surgeon's mate in the legion of General Anthony Wayne in the Ohio campaign against the Indians between 4 May 1792 and 1 May 1796.1 He married Rebecca Young on 8 September 1796 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1 Dr. Joseph Strong died on 24 April 1812 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 42 years, 1 month and 14 days. He died of Yellow Fever.1

Family

Rebecca Young b. 5 May 1779, d. 8 June 1862
Child

Citations

  1. [S1574] Thomas Holcombe of Connecticut, online http://www.holcombegenealogy.com/data/index.htm

John Van Cleave Sr.

b. 1739, d. 12 May 1812
     John Van Cleave Sr. was born in 1739 at Monmouth County, New Jersey. He married Rachel Demaree, daughter of Samuel Davids Demaree and Lea Demarest, after 15 September 1781. John Van Cleave Sr. died on 12 May 1812 at age 73 years.

Family

Rachel Demaree b. 9 January 1743, d. 1814
Children

Private John Smock Sr.

b. 3 June 1739, d. July 1812
Private John Smock Sr.|b. 3 Jun 1739\nd. Jul 1812|p470.htm#i2533|Matthias Matthyse Smock|b. a 1706\nd. 11 May 1791|p467.htm#i2028|Maritje Buys|b. 17 Oct 1716|p19.htm#i2531|Matthias H. Smock|b. c 1669\nd. Mar 1727|p457.htm#i2000|Elizabeth S. Coninck|b. 11 Oct 1676|p14.htm#i2001|Jan J. Buys|b. 18 Oct 1691|p26.htm#i3249|Sytie (?)|b. c 1693|p27.htm#i3327|
FatherMatthias Matthyse Smock1 b. after 1706, d. 11 May 1791
MotherMaritje Buys1 b. 17 October 1716
     Also called Jan. Private John Smock Sr. was baptized on 3 June 1739 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan (Somerville), Somerset County, New Jersey; "Smack, Mateys and wife Mareytye--Jan."2,3 As 2nd son, named after his mother's father, per Dutch tradition. He was the son of Matthias Matthyse Smock and Maritje Buys.1 Private John Smock Sr. married Sara Fonteyn, daughter of Carel Fonteyn and Sarah Nolan, circa 1759.4 Private John Smock Sr. relocated to Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania, between 1768 and 1770. He married Lena Fonteyn before 1770; His 1st(? or are Lena and Sara the same person?). Private John Smock Sr. served in the American Revolutionary War between 1777 and 1778.5 He was served as a Private in Captain Jacob Ten Eyck's company, First Battalion, out of Somerset County.6 He relocated to Mercer County, Kentucky, circa 1791. He witnessed the marriage of Evert Bice and Maria Smock on 9 March 1798 at Mercer County, Kentucky; Her 2nd (divorcée).4,7 Private John Smock Sr. died in July 1812 at Mercer County, Kentucky, at age 73 years. Private John Smock Sr. was buried in the Mud Meeting House Cemetery, Mercer County, Kentucky. He was identified as an American Revolutionary War Patriot by the DAR at the Mud Meeting House, Mercer County, Kentucky.8 He was noted as an American Revolutionary War veteran by a Knox County, IN history where descendants lived.9 His estate was probated on 13 April 1814.

Family 1

Sara Fonteyn b. 19 April 1741, d. 23 June 1818
Children

Family 2

Lena Fonteyn b. circa 1740
Child

Citations

  1. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository, pg. x.
  2. [S348] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. II, pgs. 38, 138, 209, and 298 - Raritan Baptisms 1699-1745.
  3. [S120] Hendrick Matthyse Smock, 1980 unknown repository, pg. 17.
  4. [S377] Letter, David L. Smock to Robert B. Stewart, 24 Mar 1999.
  5. [S85] Patricia Law Hatcher, Patriot Grave Abstracts of the DAR, 18/1952, Vol.4, p. —; Serial: 11670; Volume: 3.
  6. [S123] Adjutant General William S. Stryker, Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War, pg. 760.
  7. [S407] C.G. Michael L. Cook, Mercer County Records, Vol. 2, pg. 56, "Evert Bice, to Mary Smock, with John Smock as surety, March 9, 1798.".
  8. [S85] Patricia Law Hatcher, Patriot Grave Abstracts of the DAR, 18/1952, Vol.4, p. —; Serial: 11670; Volume: 3 - "John Smock Sr.".
  9. [S409] Maxine Batman, Knox County History, pg. 467.
  10. [S350] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. IV, No. 4, October 1915, pg. 266-.

Peter Schamp1

b. 7 April 1751, d. 12 October 1812
Peter Schamp|b. 7 Apr 1751\nd. 12 Oct 1812|p470.htm#i4253|George Schamp Sr.|b. c 1704\nd. c Jul 1752|p461.htm#i4238|Kniertje Monfoort|b. c 1716|p39.htm#i4239|Justis Schamp|b. b 23 Aug 1676\nd. bt 28 May 1760 - 14 Jun 1760|p463.htm#i4211|Margrietje Lock|b. 20 Dec 1682\nd. 11 Dec 1771|p465.htm#i4226|Pieter Monfoort|b. c 1693|p39.htm#i4240|Margrietje Haff|b. c 1695|p39.htm#i4241|
FatherGeorge Schamp Sr.1 b. circa 1704, d. circa July 1752
MotherKniertje Monfoort1 b. circa 1716
     Also called Pieter. Peter Schamp was baptized on 7 April 1751 at the North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, Readington, Somerset County, New Jersey.1,2 He was the son of George Schamp Sr. and Kniertje Monfoort.1 Peter Schamp witnessed the will of Justis Schamp on 28 May 1760 at Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey; Just days before his death, Joost, described as "...weak of Body but sound of Mind and memory" made his last will and testament. Executed at his plantation in "the Township of Reading in the County of Hunterdon," Joost very carefully divided his vast land holdings among his surving children and grandchildren. By it his wife was given the use of the entire estate during her widowhood. At her death or previous to remarriage the estate was to be divided as follows: The two sons of his deceased eldest son George were to receive 1832 acres of the Somerset tract. Another 183 acres of this tract were to be given to the two sons of Nicholas. One hundred acres of this same tract were given to the children of his daughter Janneka, late wife of Dirck Marlet, to be divided among them. The rest was to be divided among his living heirs, both children and grandchildren. The Hunterdon tract was to be divided among the three remaining children. His daughter, Staunchy (aka Christine), wife of Jacobus Cocks, was given a parcel of 111 acres. Another 111 acres went to his daughter Hannah, of who marriage no trace has yet appeared, and the remainder, 278 acres, fell to his son Hendrick, this portion containing the homestead and appears to have been the choice heritage. The two sons of his son George, George and Peter, were to give their five sisters the sum of sixteen pounds each. Not forgotten, Anita, the daughter of Nicholas was to recieve from her brothers a dower equal to that of her five cousins combined, namely eighty pounds. Executors of the will were Hendrick Schomp, his friend George Reading, and his son-in-law Jacobus Cocks.3 Peter Schamp married Margaret Hoffman, daughter of John Hoffman Sr. and Rebecca (?), circa 1776.4 Peter Schamp witnessed (or was recognized by) the probate of the estate of John Hoffman Sr. on 24 December 1810; letters of adm. of his estate given to Peter Schomp.4 Peter Schamp died on 12 October 1812 at age 61 years, 6 months and 5 days.1

Family

Margaret Hoffman b. 29 April 1759, d. 1809
Children

Citations

  1. [S153] Newsletter Editor, "The Schomp Family".
  2. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. IV.
  3. [S157] Rev. Oscar M. Vorhees, "The Jerseyman," Vol. 7, No. 4, November, 1901.
  4. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, Hoffmans of Readington.

John Gambling1

b. 1730, d. before 5 December 1812
     John Gambling was born in 1730 at England.1 He married Mary Terry.2 John Gambling died before 5 December 1812 at Maury County, Tennessee.1

Family

Mary Terry b. say 1732
Child

Citations

  1. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…
  2. [S1458] Unknown author, Kentucky: A History of the State, Allen County.
  3. [S1455] Myers & Stalcup, online http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~stalcup/myershtml/…

John P. Lane

b. 16 October 1786, d. 30 December 1812
John P. Lane|b. 16 Oct 1786\nd. 30 Dec 1812|p470.htm#i2148|Peter Lane|b. 3 Jul 1764\nd. 19 Sep 1819|p472.htm#i2146|Elizabeth Smock|b. 27 Feb 1762\nd. 6 Oct 1823|p472.htm#i2068|Matthias Lane Sr.|b. 18 Jan 1721\nd. 17 Jan 1804|p469.htm#i3234|Elizabeth Sutphen|b. 18 Feb 1723\nd. 20 Feb 1807|p470.htm#i3235|John Smock|b. 13 Feb 1727\nd. 26 Feb 1808|p470.htm#i2055|Elizabeth Conover|b. 18 Mar 1725\nd. 6 May 1817|p471.htm#i2056|
FatherPeter Lane1 b. 3 July 1764, d. 19 September 1819
MotherElizabeth Smock1 b. 27 February 1762, d. 6 October 1823
     John P. Lane was born on 13 October 1786 at of near Pottersville, Somerset County, New Jersey.1 He was born on 16 October 1786 at New Germantown, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.2 He was the son of Peter Lane and Elizabeth Smock.1 John P. Lane married Elizabeth Honnell, daughter of Frederick Honnell and Elizabeth Schenckel, on 27 August 1807; Her 1st.3,1 John P. Lane died on 30 December 1812 at age 26 years, 2 months and 14 days. An accidental death.4,1

Family

Elizabeth Honnell b. 18 November 1789
Child

Citations

  1. [S348] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. II, pg. 291.
  2. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, pg. 479 - says "1785".
  3. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, pg. 479 - for marriage, not date though..
  4. [S154] Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, The Early Germans of New Jersey, pg. 479.

Isaac Hollingshead

b. 1766, d. 1813
Isaac Hollingshead|b. 1766\nd. 1813|p470.htm#i1939|Lieutenant Anthony Hollinshead Sr.|b. 1734\nd. 1818|p471.htm#i133|Elizabeth Conrow|b. c 1745\nd. c 1800|p468.htm#i4440|William Hollinshead Jr.|b. 23 Dec 1702\nd. a 7 Sep 1741|p459.htm#i119|Hannah Rudderow|b. c 1707|p1.htm#i120|||||||
FatherLieutenant Anthony Hollinshead Sr. b. 1734, d. 1818
MotherElizabeth Conrow b. circa 1745, d. circa 1800
     Isaac Hollingshead was born in 1766. He was the son of Lieutenant Anthony Hollinshead Sr. and Elizabeth Conrow. Isaac Hollingshead married Mary Hill before 1800. Isaac Hollingshead died in 1813 at age 47 years.

Family

Mary Hill b. 1770
Children

John Stillwell1

b. 1738, d. 1813
     John Stillwell married Elizabeth Watson. John Stillwell was born in 1738.1 He served in the Revolutionary War, as a quartermaster in the Monmouth County militia circa 1777. He died in 1813 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 75 years.1

Family

Elizabeth Watson
Child

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 13, pg. 322.

Antje Aten

b. 25 March 1719, d. 1813
Antje Aten|b. 25 Mar 1719\nd. 1813|p470.htm#i4260|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 Aten1 b. 4 September 1695, d. 11 December 1757
MotherJacobje Middagh1 b. 24 October 1693, d. 16 May 1782
     Antje Aten was born on 25 March 1719 at Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Adriaen Aten and Jacobje Middagh.1 Antje Aten was baptized on 14 October 1719 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan (Somerville), Somerset County, New Jersey; " Aten, Adriaan and wife--Antie. Witnesses: Pieter (uncle) and Katalyna (gmother) Middag."2 She married Nicolaes Schamp, son of Justis Schamp and Margrietje Lock, circa 1745.1 Antje Aten was appeared in the "Memorandim of the money received by Dirck Low concarning the Cark built at the New-Channick" as having contributed œ 1.1.0 in 1761 at the Neshanic Reformed Church, Somerset County, New Jersey.3 She died in 1813 at Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 93 years.1

Family

Nicolaes Schamp b. circa 1708, d. between 23 October 1752 and 3 January 1754
Children

Citations

  1. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families.
  2. [S348] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. II, pgs. 38, 138, 209, and 298 - Raritan Baptisms 1699-1745.
  3. [S338] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. VII, pg. 175, CASH CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED BY DIRCK LOW.
  4. [S153] Newsletter Editor, "The Schomp Family".

Ann Wood

b. 17 July 1753, d. 5 March 1813
Ann Wood|b. 17 Jul 1753\nd. 5 Mar 1813|p470.htm#i195|George Wood|b. 4 May 1723|p2.htm#i198|Sarah Devol|b. 25 Feb 1720|p2.htm#i199|||||||||||||
FatherGeorge Wood b. 4 May 1723
MotherSarah Devol b. 25 February 1720
     Her married name was Wilbur. Ann Wood was born on 17 July 1753 at Wellsbridge, Otsego, New York. She was the daughter of George Wood and Sarah Devol. Ann Wood married Thomas Wilbur, son of George Wilbur and Elizabeth Sweet, on 3 July 1773. Ann Wood died on 5 March 1813 at age 59 years, 7 months and 16 days.

Family

Thomas Wilbur b. 14 April 1749, d. 31 July 1827
Child

Augusta, Princess of Wales1

b. 31 July 1737, d. 23 March 1813
Augusta, Princess of Wales|b. 31 Jul 1737\nd. 23 Mar 1813|p470.htm#i24332|Friedrich Ludwig, Kurprinz von Hannover und Prince of Wales|b. 20 Jan 1707\nd. 20 Mar 1751|p461.htm#i24322|Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg|b. 30 Nov 1719\nd. 8 Feb 1772|p465.htm#i24323|Georg I. A., Kurfürst von Hannover, König von Großbritannien|b. 10 Nov 1683\nd. 25 Oct 1760|p463.htm#i24320|Wilhelmina C. K. von Brandenburg-Ansbach|b. 1 Mar 1682/83\nd. 20 Nov 1737|p459.htm#i24321|Frederick I., Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||p215.htm#i24324||||
FatherFriedrich Ludwig, Kurprinz von Hannover und Prince of Wales1 b. 20 January 1707, d. 20 March 1751
MotherPrincess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg1 b. 30 November 1719, d. 8 February 1772
     Augusta, Princess of Wales was born on 31 July 1737.1 She was the daughter of Friedrich Ludwig, Kurprinz von Hannover und Prince of Wales and Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg.1 Augusta, Princess of Wales married Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig, son of Karl I, Herzog von Braunschweig and Philippine Charlotte of Prussia, on 17 January 1764.1 Augusta, Princess of Wales died on 23 March 1813 at age 75 years, 7 months and 23 days.1

Family

Karl II Wilhelm Ferdinand, Herzog von Braunschweig b. 1735, d. 10 November 1806
Child

Citations

  1. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…