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Descendants of "Uncle David Joy (1724-1811).

 





 

LIFE  OF  DAVID  PERRY.  PAF DATA.

Copyright ©  1999 by D.G. Jones
Compiled from multiple sources, some of them secondary & unverified (see individual notes). These PAF pages are not error-free & documented additions or corrections will be apprecitated.

Descendants of "Uncle" David JOY

Notes


2. John JOY

Sources: archive rec
AF says born (estimate) in Bristol, Bristol, RI
2) From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
3) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.79 and 121. Says married....;
Revolutionary War Soldier, enlisted Litchfield, CT. Check DAR desc of John
Joy! (Also check Joey spelling and Jay[?])
4) Joy Supplement by Helen Bourne [Joy] Lee, p. 67. 929.273 J84l?


Persis WILDER

1) Joy Supplement by Helen Bourne [Joy] Lee, p. 67. 929.273 J84l?


3. Abel JOY

Sources: archive rec
AF says born (estimate) in Bristol, Bristol, RI
2) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.79 and 121. Says he was a Rev. War
Soldier, gives source as Joy Fam, Cornelia Catherine Joy Dyer (1860). CHK FHL
for copy. CHK DAR desc of Abel Joy! (Also check Joey spelling and Jay[?])
3) not in AF with children


Elizabeth CHASE

Sources: archive rec of spouse


16. Abel JOY Jr.

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


18. Rachel JOY

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


WILSON

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


5. David JOY III

Sources: archive rec
A David Joy listed in Plainfield, NH 15,280 p. 11 tax list, also
Ebenezar, Benjamin Jr. and Benjamin Joy (Plainfield town recs. 1787). See his uncle.
2) From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
3) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.80 and 121-122. Says He was a Farmer.
Moved to Guilford VT 1766; to Fabius, Onondaga, NY 1800. Rev. War Soldier,
enlisted Ltchfield, CT with brother John. Served 17 July-19 Dec 1775 in Capt.
Tuttle's Co., Col. Charles Webb's Regt.
4) 1800 [Fabius,] Onondaga, NY census lists 1 male -10, 2 males 10-16, 2 females -10, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 45+ and one slave. David Joy listed as head of house but not marked? (he would be 46)


Hannah PARTRIDGE

Sources: archive rec of spouse

Sources: archive rec of spouse
2) DAR recs (see husband)

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.


22. Hannah JOY do

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


Jonathan COBB

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


Luther ST. JOHN

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121. One copy of David Perry's _Recollections of an old soldier_ (CT State Library) has the name Reuben St. John in it.
2) GET (Have?) DAR 68584 from index 69:210


26. Ira JOY [Deacon]

Sources: archive rec
2) From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
3) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.123. Says Farmer; army contractor in War
of 1812; owned a farm now included in the city of Buffalo; 1854 to farm nr
Galesburgh Mich; active member and early Dea of Congr ch there. "A courteous
gentleman of the old school."


Clarissa LUDLOW

1) From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.
2) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.123.


27. Arad JOY do

1) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.121.


8. Jesse JOY

Sources: archive rec
2) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.80 and 123-124, 175. Says moved with
parents to Guilford, VT 1766 and perhaps to Russia, Herkimer Co., NY. but he is said to have died in Marlboro, Windham, Vermont
3) possible link:
From: AbStahlin@aol.com
To: deniseagj@juno.com
Date: Sat, 11 Dec 1999 15:04:30 EST
Subject: Joy

In your Joy info, do you have anything on Phebe Joy (b 22 Oct 1795), daughter
of Jesse Joy? She married Thaddeus Underwood, and they are my 4g
grandparents. I have more info on Thaddeus, but this is it for Phebe -- just
her father's name. I know their children lived in Calhoun County, MI, but
I'm not sure which generation came there initially. So I'm hoping the
Calhoun County link connects me to you, and more info on Phebe's family!.

Thanks, Abbie


29. Amasa JOY

Sources: archive rec
2) Joy Gen by Bourne 929.273 J84l, p.80 (get) and 124.


 

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