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Sarah Mills1

b. 8 September 1698, d. 1800
     Sarah Mills was born on 8 September 1698.1,2 She married Joseph Neale, son of N. N. Neale, on 9 March 1719/20.2 Sarah Mills married Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr., son of Ebenezer Thayer Sr. and Ruth Neale, on 18 October 1763 at Braintree, Massachusetts; Her 2nd. His 2nd.3,1,2 Sarah Mills died in 1800 at age 101 years.1

Family 1

Joseph Neale b. circa 1695, d. before 18 October 1763

Family 2

Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. b. 3 May 1692, d. 2 November 1777

Citations

  1. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm
  2. [S679] John Adams Vinton, Vinton, pg. 342.
  3. [S245] LDS.

Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld1,2

d. 1800
Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1800|p469.htm#i28849|Francis of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1764|p464.htm#i28850||||John E. of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1729|p457.htm#i28851||||||||||
FatherFrancis of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld1 d. 1764
     Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld was the son of Francis of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld.1 Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld died in 1800.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 50.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 40.

Isaac Robbins

d. after 1800
Isaac Robbins|d. a 1800|p469.htm#i2557|Robbins||p4.htm#i2556||||||||||||||||
FatherRobbins
     Isaac Robbins was the son of Robbins. Isaac Robbins was was tomahawked, scalped, and left for dead sometime between 1793 and 1794. He died after 1800. Having survived the indian attack and living some years afterward.

Ann Justis

b. 2 July 1732, d. after 1800
Ann Justis|b. 2 Jul 1732\nd. a 1800|p469.htm#i1951|Morton Justis|b. 1688\nd. 1765|p464.htm#i15444|Brita Walraven|b. c 1695|p132.htm#i15445|Gustaf G. Justis|b. 1655\nd. Feb 1721/22|p456.htm#i15394|Anna Mårtensdotter|b. c 1662\nd. bt 1717 - 1721|p455.htm#i15395|Jonas Walraven|b. a 1659\nd. Aug 1724|p457.htm#i1662||||
FatherMorton Justis1 b. 1688, d. 1765
MotherBrita Walraven1 b. circa 1695
     Her married name was Morton. Ann Justis was born on 2 July 1732 at New Castle County, Delaware.1 She was the daughter of Morton Justis and Brita Walraven.1 Ann Justis married John Morton (Signer), son of John Morton Sr. and Mary Archer, between 28 October 1748 and 29 November 1749; 2nd cousins. Ann Justis died after 1800.1

Family

John Morton (Signer) b. 1 April 1725, d. 1 April 1777

Citations

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

Henry Smock

b. 19 February 1775, d. after 1800
Henry Smock|b. 19 Feb 1775\nd. a 1800|p469.htm#i3382|Barnes Smock|b. 5 Oct 1738|p14.htm#i2078|Antje Cozine|b. 16 Sep 1750|p28.htm#i3337|Hendrick Smock|b. 16 Oct 1698\nd. 30 May 1747|p460.htm#i2033|Mary G. Schenck|b. 1 Nov 1699\nd. 1 Sep 1747|p460.htm#i2034|Dominee Cornelius Cozine|b. 4 Nov 1718\nd. c 1786|p467.htm#i3355|Antje Staats|b. c 1730|p24.htm#i3356|
FatherBarnes Smock b. 5 October 1738
MotherAntje Cozine b. 16 September 1750
     Henry Smock was baptized on 19 February 1775 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Conewago Colony, York (now Adams) County, Pennsylvania; "Smack, Baarent and Antie Cosyn--Hendreck."1 He was the son of Barnes Smock and Antje Cozine. Henry Smock married Anna Debond, daughter of Joseph de Baun and Gertrude Duryea, on 19 September 1799 at Mercer County, Kentucky.2 Henry Smock died after 1800 at the area near Farmersburg, Curry Township, Sullivan County, Indiana.

Family

Anna Debond b. circa 1779

Citations

  1. [S350] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. IV, No. 4, October 1915, pg. 266-.
  2. [S55] Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages, Kentuck to 1850.

Elizabeth Smock1

b. circa 1763, d. 28 May 1800
Elizabeth Smock|b. c 1763\nd. 28 May 1800|p469.htm#i15476|Denys Smock|b. 11 Oct 1741\nd. 18 Sep 1823|p472.htm#i3307|Deborah (?)|b. c 1742|p2.htm#i15475|Hendrick Smock|b. c 1702\nd. 27 Aug 1754|p462.htm#i2019|Antje Van Duyn|b. c 1703|p27.htm#i3305|||||||
FatherDenys Smock1 b. 11 October 1741, d. 18 September 1823
MotherDeborah (?)1 b. circa 1742
     Elizabeth Smock was born circa 1763.1 She was the daughter of Denys Smock and Deborah (?).1 Elizabeth Smock died on 28 May 1800.2 Elizabeth Smock was buried in the Smalley Farm Burying Ground, directly opposite the intersection of the road leading to Middlebush village, Someset County, New Jersey.2

Citations

  1. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, pg 301, THE SMALLEY FARM BURYING-GROUND.
  2. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, pg 302, THE SMALLEY FARM BURYING-GROUND.

William Rush Jr.

b. 1727, d. 20 October 1800
William Rush Jr.|b. 1727\nd. 20 Oct 1800|p469.htm#i1328|William Rush Sr.|b. 26 Feb 1708\nd. bt 1763 - 1764|p464.htm#i1180|Elizabeth Lewis|b. c 1706\nd. 1768|p464.htm#i1319|John Rush III|b. 1686|p9.htm#i1166|Sarah Carver|b. 20 Oct 1686|p9.htm#i1177|||||||
FatherWilliam Rush Sr. b. 26 February 1708, d. between 1763 and 1764
MotherElizabeth Lewis b. circa 1706, d. 1768
     William Rush Jr. was More About William Rush , Jr.: Fact 1: Abt. 1773, Emigrated from New Jersey to Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., Somerset Co., PA. Fact 2: Was called a 'renegade' by one writer.. He was born in 1727 at New Jersey. He was the son of William Rush Sr. and Elizabeth Lewis. William Rush Jr. married Elizabeth Ream circa 1750. William Rush Jr. died on 20 October 1800 at Lower Turkeyfoot Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, at age 73 years.

Family

Elizabeth Ream
Children

Maj-Gen. William Darke

b. 6 May 1736, d. 1801
Maj-Gen. William Darke|b. 6 May 1736\nd. 1801|p469.htm#i1199|Joseph Darke|b. 1702|p9.htm#i1173||||John Darke||p9.htm#i1169|Jane Rush|b. 27 Dec 1673\nd. 1732|p458.htm#i1091|||||||
FatherJoseph Darke b. 1702
     General in the Revolutionary War. --- Taken from old clippings dealing with Kentucky family history, newspaper unknown. These clippings are about 100 years old (1997). Reprinted in Kentucky Explorer, Volume 10, Number 7 - January, 1996. p. 103. Jefferson County.
William Darke was born in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1736. In 1740 his parents moved to Virginia. He was with Virginia troops at Braddock's defeat in 1755, and a Captain at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. He was taken prisoner at Germantown and released, and was Colonel commanding at the surrender of Cornwallis. He, in 1791, commanded the left wing of St. Clair's army at the defeat of the Miami Indians. In the bayonet charge there, his son, Capt. Joseph Darke, was killed. He was a Major General of the Virginia Militia. Died in Jefferson County in 1801.
Darke Braddock Cornwallis = Philadelphia-PA VA --- from: http://www.seanet.com/~atkinsp/home/revwar.htm
After the defeat of the French and their Native American allies, England and American colonists finally clashed over the ownership of what became the United States. Despite years of conflict with the British, by 1777, many Native American tribes had joined in the fight against the colonists. The great Indian chief Cornstalk was taken hostage at Fort Randolph at present-day Point Pleasant while trying to warn settlers that the Shawnee had decided to fight on behalf of the British. In retaliation for the murder of a colleague, soldiers at the fort murdered Cornstalk and his son. In 1777 and 1778, British and Native American forces attacked outposts held by colonials, including Fort Henry (present-day Wheeling), Fort Randolph, and Fort Donnally (west of present-day Lewisburg). In 1778, George Rogers Clark, accompanied by troops from the Monongahela and Shenandoah valleys, temporarily broke the British-Indian alliance with victories in the Illinois territory at Kaskaskia, Cahokia, and Vincennes. Colonials rejected an attempt by Wyandots and some Shawnee to negotiate a peace in 1779. One of the most violent skirmishes in present-day West Virginia took place when Wyandot and Delaware warriors laid siege to Fort Henry in 1782, nearly a year after the surrender of the main British army at Yorktown. American aims were consolidated with General Anthony Wayne's victory at Fallen Timbers in present-day northwestern Ohio, effectively removing any remaining Indian claims in the Ohio Valley. A number of prominent Revolutionary War officers came from present-day West Virginia, including Horatio Gates, Charles Lee, Adam Stephen, Hugh Stephenson, and William Darke. ---. Major General, Virginia Militia. Maj-Gen. William Darke was born on 6 May 1736 at Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Joseph Darke. Maj-Gen. William Darke relocated to Virginia in 1740. He served in Virginia Militia, at Braddock's Defeat in 1755. He served in Revolutionary War between 1776 and 1783. He served in Indian Wars in 1791. He died in 1801 at Jefferson County, Virginia, at age 64 years.

Family

Child

Philippine Charlotte of Prussia1

b. 1716, d. 1801
     Philippine Charlotte of Prussia was born in 1716 at Berlin.1 She married Karl I, Herzog von Braunschweig, son of Ferdinand Albrecht II, Herzog von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel and Antoinette Amalie von Braunschweig-Blankenberg, in 1733 at Berlin.1 Philippine Charlotte of Prussia died in 1801 at Braunschweig at age 85 years.1

Family

Karl I, Herzog von Braunschweig b. 1713, d. 1780
Child

Citations

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

Annis Boudinot

b. 1 July 1736, d. 5 February 1801
Annis Boudinot|b. 1 Jul 1736\nd. 5 Feb 1801|p469.htm#i1343|Elias Boudinot|b. 3 Aug 1706\nd. 4 Jul 1770|p465.htm#i1561|Mary Catherine Williams|b. 23 Jan 1715\nd. 1 Nov 1765|p464.htm#i11365|Elias Boudinot|b. 11 Nov 1674\nd. 1719|p456.htm#i11367|Marie C. Caree|b. 1678|p89.htm#i11368|Arthur Williams|b. 1689|p89.htm#i11373|Anna Richardson|b. 1693|p89.htm#i11374|
FatherElias Boudinot1 b. 3 August 1706, d. 4 July 1770
MotherMary Catherine Williams2 b. 23 January 1715, d. 1 November 1765
     Annis Boudinot was born on 1 July 1736 at Darby, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3,4 She was the daughter of Elias Boudinot and Mary Catherine Williams.1,2 Annis Boudinot married Honorable Richard Stockton, son of John Stockton and Abigail Phillips, on 21 April 1752.3,5 Annis Boudinot was a regular correspondent with General George Washington, offering him words of encouragement and praise, which he thanked her for. She died on 5 February 1801 at White Plains, Burlington County, New Jersey, at age 64 years, 7 months and 4 days.3

Family

Honorable Richard Stockton b. 1 October 1730, d. 28 February 1781
Child

Citations

  1. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 18.
  2. [S245] LDS.
  3. [S306] Pam Jeglinski, ""Stockton's on your webpage"," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 16 Jan 2000.
  4. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 19, 1736 in Darby.
  5. [S1372] Alfred Hoyt Bill, A House Called Morven, pg. 18, for fact, not place or date.

Elizabeth Irvine

b. circa 1734, d. 2 March 1801
Elizabeth Irvine|b. c 1734\nd. 2 Mar 1801|p469.htm#i1280|George Irvine|b. c 1700\nd. 2 Oct 1740|p459.htm#i1279|Mary Rush|b. 9 Feb 1712/13\nd. 5 Jan 1766|p464.htm#i1159|||||||William Rush|b. 1688\nd. 31 Jan 1732/33|p458.htm#i1117|Elizabeth Hodges|b. c 1682\nd. 15 Apr 1755|p462.htm#i1118|
FatherGeorge Irvine b. circa 1700, d. 2 October 1740
MotherMary Rush b. 9 February 1712/13, d. 5 January 1766
     Elizabeth Irvine was born circa 1734. She was the daughter of George Irvine and Mary Rush. Elizabeth Irvine died on 2 March 1801.

Tsar Pavel Petrovich1

b. 1 October 1754, d. 23 March 1801
Tsar Pavel Petrovich|b. 1 Oct 1754\nd. 23 Mar 1801|p469.htm#i27888|Herzog von Holstein-Gottorp Karl Peter Ulrich von Holstein-Gottorp|b. 21 Feb 1728\nd. 18 Jul 1762|p464.htm#i27885|Prinzessin Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst|b. 2 May 1729\nd. 17 Nov 1796|p468.htm#i27887||||Anna Romanov|b. c 1708?|p248.htm#i27895|||||||
FatherHerzog von Holstein-Gottorp Karl Peter Ulrich von Holstein-Gottorp2 b. 21 February 1728, d. 18 July 1762
MotherPrinzessin Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst2 b. 2 May 1729, d. 17 November 1796
     Tsar Pavel Petrovich was born on 1 October 1754 at St. Petersburg, Russia.3 He was the son of Herzog von Holstein-Gottorp Karl Peter Ulrich von Holstein-Gottorp and Prinzessin Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst.2 Tsar Pavel Petrovich died on 23 March 1801 at St. Petersburg, Russia, at age 46 years, 5 months and 22 days. He was murdered by conspirators drawn from high officials, favourites of his mother, Catherine, his own military entourage, and officers of the guard regiments.3

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Alexander I.
  2. [S1379] James P. Duffy & Vincent L. Ricci, Czars, pg. 354.
  3. [S862] Various EB CD 2001, Paul I.

Private Stephen Blanchard Sr.

b. 9 August 1726, d. circa 1802
Private Stephen Blanchard Sr.|b. 9 Aug 1726\nd. c 1802|p469.htm#i29758|Stephen Blanchard of Andover|b. c 1702\nd. 8 Jan 1769|p464.htm#i29776|Deborah Phelps|b. 1703\nd. c 1777|p466.htm#i29777|Jonathan Blanchard|b. 25 May 1664\nd. 19 Oct 1742|p460.htm#i29778|Ann Lovejoy|b. 21 Dec 1659\nd. 29 Feb 1724|p456.htm#i29779|Samuel Phelps of Andover|b. 1651\nd. 26 Jan 1746|p460.htm#i29789|Sarah Chandler|b. s 1664\nd. 5 Apr 1757|p463.htm#i29790|
FatherStephen Blanchard of Andover1,2 b. circa 1702, d. 8 January 1769
MotherDeborah Phelps1,2 b. 1703, d. circa 1777
     Private Stephen Blanchard Sr. was born on 9 August 1726 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.2 He was the son of Stephen Blanchard of Andover and Deborah Phelps.1,2 Private Stephen Blanchard Sr. was baptized on 20 August 1726 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 He married Hannah Blanchard, daughter of Joseph Blanchard and Sarah Abbot, on 19 May 1748 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 Private Stephen Blanchard Sr. served in the Revolution War on 17 June 1775. He served with the Third New Hampshire Regiment, commanded by Colonel James Reed, in Capt William Walker's Company at the battle of Bunker Hill. He fought along his son Stephen Jr.3

In 1790, Private Stephen Blanchard Sr. appeared on the census at Duxbury Mile Township, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Details provided: Stephen Blanchard 1-4-2.

He appears as a resident taxpayer on 1 April 1794 at Milford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. His son, Stephen Jr., is dead in this year, but his son's widow is recorded as "Widow Lucy Blanchard."4 He died circa 1802 at Milford, New Hampshire.1

Family

Hannah Blanchard b. 8 October 1728, d. 27 October 1775
Child

Citations

  1. [S1549] Ancestors of Linda Nicholson, online http://www.electracat.com
  2. [S1557] Frances LaMarco, AVR, Stephen, s. Stephen, s. Stephen and Deborah, Aug. 9, 172[6]..
  3. [S1576] Men of Milford in the Revolution, online https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nhhillsb/milrevwar.htm
  4. [S1622] USGenWeb Project, online http://www.usgenweb.org/, https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nhhillsb/miltax1794.htm
  5. [S1557] Frances LaMarco, AVR, Stephen, s. Stephen, jr. and Hannah, Jan. 4, 1748-9..

Jonathan Thayer1

b. 1703, d. 1802
Jonathan Thayer|b. 1703\nd. 1802|p469.htm#i15746|William Thayer Sr.|b. 1675\nd. 1727|p457.htm#i15744|Hannah Newcomb|b. 1672|p136.htm#i15745|Shadrach Tayer|b. 10 May 1629\nd. 19 Oct 1678|p448.htm#i15480|Deliverence Priest|b. 1645\nd. 1723|p456.htm#i15710|||||||
FatherWilliam Thayer Sr.1 b. 1675, d. 1727
MotherHannah Newcomb1 b. 1672
     Jonathan Thayer was born in 1703.1 He was the son of William Thayer Sr. and Hannah Newcomb.1 Jonathan Thayer married Tabitha Cooper circa 1727; His 1st.1 Jonathan Thayer married Phebe (?); His 2nd (divorcé?).1 Jonathan Thayer died in 1802 at age 99 years.1

Family 1

Tabitha Cooper b. 1705, d. 1780

Family 2

Phebe (?) b. 1710

Citations

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

Roger Thomson1

b. 13 December 1744, d. after 1802
Roger Thomson|b. 13 Dec 1744\nd. a 1802|p469.htm#i20569|Benjamin Thomson|b. 28 Apr 1703\nd. 4 Jul 1786|p467.htm#i20570|Martha Darling|b. 10 Mar 1706\nd. Jan 1783|p466.htm#i20573|John Thomson III|b. 25 Dec 1667\nd. 6 Mar 1749|p461.htm#i20311|Hannah Wight|b. 4 Feb 1668\nd. 24 Nov 1759|p463.htm#i20312|John Darling|b. c 1681|p185.htm#i20574|Elizabeth Morse|b. c 1686|p185.htm#i20575|
FatherBenjamin Thomson1 b. 28 April 1703, d. 4 July 1786
MotherMartha Darling2 b. 10 March 1706, d. January 1783
     Roger Thomson was born on 13 December 1744 at Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island.1 He was the son of Benjamin Thomson and Martha Darling.1,2 Roger Thomson married Rachel Thayer, daughter of Lt. Aaron Thayer and Jemima Cook, on 20 January 1790 at Mendon, Worcester County, Rhode Island; His 3rd (widower). Her 2nd (widow).1 Roger Thomson died after 1802 at Smithfield, New Hampshire.1

Family

Rachel Thayer b. 28 March 1748, d. 4 January 1802
Child

Citations

  1. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 42.
  2. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 19.
  3. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 42 & 90.

Rachel Thayer1

b. 28 March 1748, d. 4 January 1802
Rachel Thayer|b. 28 Mar 1748\nd. 4 Jan 1802|p469.htm#i20568|Lt. Aaron Thayer|b. 11 Nov 1715\nd. 1785|p467.htm#i15685|Jemima Cook|b. c Nov 1716\nd. 16 Oct 1815|p471.htm#i15686|Benjamin Thayer Sr.|b. 1674\nd. 1728/29|p457.htm#i11037|Hannah Hayward|b. 1689|p135.htm#i15682|||||||
FatherLt. Aaron Thayer1 b. 11 November 1715, d. 1785
MotherJemima Cook1 b. circa November 1716, d. 16 October 1815
     Rachel Thayer was born on 28 March 1748 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Lt. Aaron Thayer and Jemima Cook.1 Rachel Thayer married Moses Thayer circa 1770; Her 1st.1 Rachel Thayer married Roger Thomson, son of Benjamin Thomson and Martha Darling, on 20 January 1790 at Mendon, Worcester County, Rhode Island; His 3rd (widower). Her 2nd (widow).1 Rachel Thayer died on 4 January 1802 at Swansea, New Hampshire, at age 53 years, 9 months and 7 days.1

Family 1

Moses Thayer b. circa 1746

Family 2

Roger Thomson b. 13 December 1744, d. after 1802
Child

Citations

  1. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 42.
  2. [S778] Governor David Thomson, manuscript, 1962 Thom(p)son Tidbits, pg. 42 & 90.

Julia Cuthbert

b. 2 October 1801, d. 11 February 1802
Julia Cuthbert|b. 2 Oct 1801\nd. 11 Feb 1802|p469.htm#i1438|Honorable Ross Cuthbert|b. 1776|p10.htm#i1436|Anne Emily Rush|b. 1 Jan 1779\nd. 27 Apr 1850|p477.htm#i1345|James Cuthbert||p193.htm#i21608|Catherine (?)||p193.htm#i21609|Doctor Benjamin Rush|b. 24 Dec 1745\nd. 19 Apr 1813|p471.htm#i1125|Julia Stockton|b. c 1759|p10.htm#i1341|
FatherHonorable Ross Cuthbert b. 1776
MotherAnne Emily Rush b. 1 January 1779, d. 27 April 1850
     Julia Cuthbert was born on 2 October 1801 at Lanoraie, Lower Canada, Canada. She was the daughter of Honorable Ross Cuthbert and Anne Emily Rush. Julia Cuthbert died on 11 February 1802 at infancy at age 4 months and 9 days.

Lydia Thayer1

b. 31 July 1739, d. 8 April 1802
Lydia Thayer|b. 31 Jul 1739\nd. 8 Apr 1802|p469.htm#i15902|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.2 b. 12 April 1699, d. 3 May 1771
MotherHannah Green2 b. 21 February 1707, d. 20 February 1783
     Lydia Thayer was born on 31 July 1739 at Bellingham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. and Hannah Green.2 Lydia Thayer married Warfield Hayward on 23 April 1761 at Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts.3 Lydia Thayer died on 8 April 1802 at Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 62 years, 8 months and 7 days.3 Lydia Thayer was buried in Vernon Grove Cemetery, Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts.4

Family

Warfield Hayward b. 2 February 1738, d. 2 July 1802

Citations

  1. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64, as "Leddea (Thayar)".
  2. [S801] NEHGS, VR MA Bellingham to 1850, pg. 64.
  3. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per VR.
  4. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001.

Warfield Hayward1

b. 2 February 1738, d. 2 July 1802
     Warfield Hayward was born on 2 February 1738 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.1 He married Lydia Thayer, daughter of Captain Ebenezer Thayer Jr. and Hannah Green, on 23 April 1761 at Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts.2 Warfield Hayward died on 2 July 1802 at Milford, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 64 years and 5 months.2

Family

Lydia Thayer b. 31 July 1739, d. 8 April 1802

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, per VR.

Peter Smock

b. 27 January 1781, d. after 1803
Peter Smock|b. 27 Jan 1781\nd. a 1803|p469.htm#i2480|Jacob Smock|b. 20 May 1744\nd. b 2 May 1811|p470.htm#i2311|Catherine Demaree|b. 6 May 1748\nd. 22 Oct 1828|p473.htm#i2312|Jan M. Smock|b. c 1703\nd. Apr 1760|p463.htm#i2020|Lea Fontine|b. 1708\nd. a 1760|p463.htm#i2021|Samuel D. Demaree|b. 1 Feb 1707\nd. a 3 Dec 1781|p466.htm#i2429|Lea Demarest|b. 30 Aug 1713|p18.htm#i2430|
FatherJacob Smock b. 20 May 1744, d. before 2 May 1811
MotherCatherine Demaree b. 6 May 1748, d. 22 October 1828
     Peter Smock was born on 27 January 1781 at Shelby County, Kentucky. He was the son of Jacob Smock and Catherine Demaree. Peter Smock was was taken prisoner by indians in the raid that left his brother Mathias dead between 1793 and 1794. He was fared pretty well as a prisoner of the indians. Old Winnemae and his squaw adopted him into their family in place of the son they had lost. John, his brother who was also captured, fared worse. Often roasting the entrails of wild turkeys. Winnemae's old squaw, with some young ones, took Peter into the river to wash the white blood out of him. He got one of them down in the river and was about to drown her but the others rescued her. It pleased Winnemae very much to see him outdo the squaws. The old woman would take him to how corn. He wouldn't how worth a cent. She then made him take the papaoose to take care of. He would pinch it and make it cry. That pleased Winnemae, he said he was not a squaw, he would make a good warrior. They were with the Indians some eighteen months or two years. Circa 1794. He was was rescued once General Wayne had arranged a treaty with the indians at Greenville. His father, Jacob, took a keg of rum and went to the treaty. He got a French-Canadian, an indian trader, to buy the boys, Peter and John. This occured in 1795. He was so described: a very strong, stout man. He married Sally Arbuckle circa 1803 at Shelby County, Kentucky.1 Peter Smock died after 1803 at Marion County, Indiana.

Family

Sally Arbuckle b. circa 1783

Citations

  1. [S113] Sue Burden, "Cayse Gedfile", Ancestral File.

Garret Vanderveer

b. 4 December 1731, d. 31 January 1803
Garret Vanderveer|b. 4 Dec 1731\nd. 31 Jan 1803|p469.htm#i3954|Tunis Vanderveer|b. 1704\nd. 4 Nov 1773|p465.htm#i3962|Aeltje Gerretse Schenck|b. c 1704|p36.htm#i3963|Dominicus Vanderveer|b. 16 Nov 1679\nd. 1755|p462.htm#i3971|Maria Van Noortwyck|b. c 1683|p36.htm#i3972|||||||
FatherTunis Vanderveer b. 1704, d. 4 November 1773
MotherAeltje Gerretse Schenck b. circa 1704
     Garret Vanderveer was born on 4 December 1731. He was the son of Tunis Vanderveer and Aeltje Gerretse Schenck. Garret Vanderveer married Jane Voorhees on 24 April 1756. Garret Vanderveer died on 31 January 1803 at Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 71 years, 1 month and 27 days.

Family

Jane Voorhees b. circa 1736
Children

Mary Groff1

b. 19 July 1783, d. 9 February 1803
Mary Groff|b. 19 Jul 1783\nd. 9 Feb 1803|p469.htm#i12888|Samuel Groff|b. c 1753|p105.htm#i12889|Christeen Fulper|b. c 1758|p105.htm#i12890|||||||||||||
FatherSamuel Groff1 b. circa 1753
MotherChristeen Fulper1 b. circa 1758
     Mary Groff was born on 19 July 1783.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Groff and Christeen Fulper.1 Mary Groff married Isaac Schamp, son of Adriaen Schamp and Rebecca Huff, on 1 December 1800; His 1st.1 Mary Groff died on 9 February 1803 at age 19 years, 6 months and 21 days.1 Mary Groff was buried in Larison Corner Cemetery, New Jersey.1

Family

Isaac Schamp b. circa 1770

Citations

  1. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families.

Jacob Haines

b. 13 June 1741, d. December 1803
Jacob Haines|b. 13 Jun 1741\nd. Dec 1803|p469.htm#i399|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 Haines|b. 24 Apr 1672\nd. 29 Apr 1754|p462.htm#i315|Sarah Paine|b. 1678\nd. 5 Jul 1728|p457.htm#i316|Thomas L. Stokes of Burlington County|b. 1682\nd. 6 Nov 1736|p459.htm#i326|Deliverance Horner|b. 25 Mar 1685\nd. 1714|p455.htm#i327|
FatherSamuel Haines Sr. b. 24 January 1705, d. 1748/49
MotherLydia Stokes b. 13 May 1710, d. 22 June 1788
     Jacob Haines was born on 13 June 1741 at Burlington County, New Jersey. He was the son of Samuel Haines Sr. and Lydia Stokes. Jacob Haines married Bathsheba Burrough on 28 April 1768 at Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey; originally 28 4 MO 1768. Jacob Haines died in December 1803 at age 62 years and 5 months.

Family

Bathsheba Burrough

John David Covenhoven

b. 26 March 1758, d. 1804
John David Covenhoven|b. 26 Mar 1758\nd. 1804|p469.htm#i3377|David Covenhoven|b. c 1746|p30.htm#i3503|Ida Wyckoff|b. c 1746|p30.htm#i3504|||||||||||||
FatherDavid Covenhoven b. circa 1746
MotherIda Wyckoff b. circa 1746
     John David Covenhoven was born on 26 March 1758 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of David Covenhoven and Ida Wyckoff. John David Covenhoven married Antje Smock, daughter of Capt. Hendrick Smock and Eleanor Van Dorn, on 22 May 1783 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. John David Covenhoven died in 1804 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 45 years.

Family

Antje Smock b. 3 March 1767, d. 9 August 1825
Child

John Ditmars Jr.

b. circa 1765, d. 1804
John Ditmars Jr.|b. c 1765\nd. 1804|p469.htm#i3704|John Ditmars Sr.|b. 1739\nd. 1804|p469.htm#i3799|Sophia Spader|b. 1741\nd. 1815|p471.htm#i3800|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Ditmars Sr. b. 1739, d. 1804
MotherSophia Spader b. 1741, d. 1815
     John Ditmars Jr. was born circa 1765. He was the son of John Ditmars Sr. and Sophia Spader. John Ditmars Jr. married Maria Smock, daughter of Matthias Smock and Geertje Post, in 1787. John Ditmars Jr. and Maria Smock were had four children, all baptized at North Branch (or as later known, Readington) Reformed Church after 1787. John Ditmars Jr. was a witness where Abraham Smock chose John Ditmar, after the death of his father Matthias, as his guardian. After 1791. John Ditmars Jr. died in 1804.

Family

Maria Smock b. 15 September 1765, d. 1826
Child

John Ditmars Sr.1

b. 1739, d. 1804
     John Ditmars Sr. was born in 1739 at Readington, Somerset County, New Jersey. He married Sophia Spader before 1765. John Ditmars Sr. began military service in 1777 serving as a private, in Capt. Peter D. Vroom's company, Colonel Van Dyke's regiment. He died in 1804 at Readington, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 65 years.

Family

Sophia Spader b. 1741, d. 1815
Child

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 82 (81299).

Joseph Lyman1

b. 1731, d. 1804
     Joseph Lyman was born in 1731.1 He married Mary Sheldon, daughter of Benjamin Sheldon and Mary Strong.2 Joseph Lyman died in 1804 at age 73 years.1

Family

Mary Sheldon b. 1731, d. 1805
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 649.
  2. [S694] ., B:PF, remarkable kinships chart #8.

Matthias Lane Sr.

b. 18 January 1721, d. 17 January 1804
Matthias Lane Sr.|b. 18 Jan 1721\nd. 17 Jan 1804|p469.htm#i3234|Matthias Lane|b. 30 Mar 1683\nd. c 1 Aug 1729|p457.htm#i2546|Ann Schenck|b. c 1685|p26.htm#i3189|||||||Garret Schenck|b. c 1665|p26.htm#i3236|Neeltje Van Vorhees|b. c 1668|p26.htm#i3237|
FatherMatthias Lane b. 30 March 1683, d. circa 1 August 1729
MotherAnn Schenck b. circa 1685
     Matthias Lane Sr. was born on 18 January 1721 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He was the son of Matthias Lane and Ann Schenck. Matthias Lane Sr. married Elizabeth Sutphen on 18 November 1743 at Marlborough, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Matthias Lane Sr. died on 17 January 1804 at Bedminster Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 82 years, 11 months and 30 days.

Family

Elizabeth Sutphen b. 18 February 1723, d. 20 February 1807
Child

Gilbert Lane

b. 26 February 1715, d. circa March 1804
Gilbert Lane|b. 26 Feb 1715\nd. c Mar 1804|p469.htm#i2038|Matthias Lane|b. 30 Mar 1683\nd. c 1 Aug 1729|p457.htm#i2546|Ann Schenck|b. c 1685|p26.htm#i3189|||||||Garret Schenck|b. c 1665|p26.htm#i3236|Neeltje Van Vorhees|b. c 1668|p26.htm#i3237|
FatherMatthias Lane b. 30 March 1683, d. circa 1 August 1729
MotherAnn Schenck b. circa 1685
     Also called Gizebert Lane. Gilbert Lane was born on 26 February 1715. He was the son of Matthias Lane and Ann Schenck. Gilbert Lane married Eleanor Smock, daughter of Hendrick Smock and Mary Gerrettse Schenck, on 6 June 1741 at Monmouth County, New Jersey.1 Gilbert Lane died circa March 1804.

Family

Eleanor Smock b. 20 April 1722, d. 19 October 1796

Citations

  1. [S71] William Nelson, Marriage Records 1665-1800 - New Jersey, Pg. 236 & pg. 380.

Tamasin Cook1

b. 16 June 1725, d. 25 April 1804
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|Nicholas Cook Sr.|b. 9 Feb 1659/60\nd. 1 Dec 1730|p458.htm#i20354|Joanna Rockwood|b. 25 Aug 1669\nd. 1710|p454.htm#i20353|||||||
FatherDaniel Cooke1 b. 18 August 1703
MotherSuzanna (?)1 b. circa 1704, d. after 1786
     Her father Daniel Cooke, born in Mendon like my Jeremiah Thayer, and she dying in Richmond, New Hampshire, like my Jeremiah. A group of Mendonites left Mass and headed into the Appalachians to out-of-the-way Richmond, New Hampshire? Why?2 Tamasin Cook was born on 16 June 1725 at (later Cumberland, R.I.), Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Daniel Cooke and Suzanna (?).1 Tamasin Cook married James Ballou III on 7 June 1744 at (later Cumberland, R.I.), Wrentham, Massachusetts.1 Tamasin Cook died on 25 April 1804 at Richmond, New Hampshire, at age 78 years, 10 months and 9 days.1

Family

James Ballou III b. 10 December 1723, d. 21 January 1812
Child

Citations

  1. [S786] PAT, online https://sites.rootsweb.com/~rwguide/presidents/prez20.htm..
  2. [S750] Robert B. Stewart, "My Theories".

Hannah Farnum1

b. 17 January 1728/29, d. 5 May 1804
Hannah Farnum|b. 17 Jan 1728/29\nd. 5 May 1804|p469.htm#i29715|Stephen Farnum|b. c 1701\nd. 1 Sep 1756|p462.htm#i29722|Hannah Richardson|b. 8 Jan 1707|p261.htm#i29723|Ralph Farnum|b. 1662|p261.htm#i29724|Sarah Sterling of Haverhill|b. 4 May 1669\nd. c 13 Apr 1732|p458.htm#i29725|Joshua Richardson of Woburn|b. 3 Jun 1681\nd. 5 Nov 1748|p461.htm#i29726|Hannah (?)|b. s 1685\nd. 27 Dec 1768|p464.htm#i29727|
FatherStephen Farnum2,3 b. circa 1701, d. 1 September 1756
MotherHannah Richardson2,3 b. 8 January 1707
     Hannah Farnum was born on 17 January 1728/29 at Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.1,4 She was the daughter of Stephen Farnum and Hannah Richardson.2,3 Hannah Farnum married Nathan Austin, son of Thomas Austin Jr. and Sarah Lovejoy, on 11 February 1748 at Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts; Performed by Rev. Christopher Sargent.1,5,3 Hannah Farnum moved to Dracut to be with her parents after January 1756.3 She wrote to the governor, asking for financial help due to her reduced circumstances and her expenses in retrieving Nathan's belongings from Leicester on 2 September 1756.3 She sent her son, Nathan Jr., now 8 years old, to live with an uncle after 2 September 1756 at Pelham, New Hampshire.3 She was warned out of the town of Methuen in March 1759.3 She had saved or borrowed enough money to buy a small piece of land in Methuen, and lived there until her death, in 1769.3 She died on 5 May 1804 at Methuen, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 75 years, 3 months and 18 days. She was so poor when she died that the Town had to pay someone to dig her grave and a doctor was presenting bills to the Town for her medicine and care.3

Family

Nathan Austin b. 25 January 1725, d. January 1756
Child

Citations

  1. [S1542] Descendants of Samuel Austin 1639 of Massachusetts, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~challis/…
  2. [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.
  3. [S1551] John M. Austin, "John (corrected to read Nathan) Austin and Hannah Farnum".
  4. [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; Hannah was born 1728/1729 as in AVR 1:133, which when converted to the Gregorian calendar would make that 1729.
  5. [S1543] Marriages performed by Rev. Christopher Sargent, online http://www.arches.uga.edu/~wprokasy/methuen/marriage.htm

Magdalena Smock

b. 14 March 1730/31, d. after 21 August 1804
Magdalena Smock|b. 14 Mar 1730/31\nd. a 21 Aug 1804|p469.htm#i2482|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
     Magdalena Smock was baptized on 14 March 1730/31 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan (Somerville), Somerset County, New Jersey; "Smack, Jan and Leya--Lena."1 She was the daughter of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. As of circa 1750,her married name was Powelson. Magdalena Smock married Powel Powelson circa 1750. Magdalena 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. Magdalena Smock witnessed the will of Reynier Smock on 21 August 1804 at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey. Magdalena Smock died after 21 August 1804 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey.

Family

Powel Powelson b. circa 1729
Children

Citations

  1. [S348] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. II, pgs. 38, 138, 209, and 298 - Raritan Baptisms 1699-1745.

Elizabeth Smock

b. 1736, d. after 21 August 1804
Elizabeth Smock|b. 1736\nd. a 21 Aug 1804|p469.htm#i2485|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
     Elizabeth Smock was born in 1736 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. Elizabeth 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. Elizabeth Smock witnessed the will of Reynier Smock on 21 August 1804 at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey. Elizabeth Smock died after 21 August 1804 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey.

Marie Smock

b. 13 April 1746, d. after 21 August 1804
Marie Smock|b. 13 Apr 1746\nd. a 21 Aug 1804|p469.htm#i2489|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
     Marie Smock was baptized on 13 April 1746 at the Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan (Somerville), Somerset County, New Jersey; "Smack, Jan and Lea--Maria."1 She was the daughter of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. Marie 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. Marie Smock witnessed the will of Reynier Smock on 21 August 1804 at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey. Marie Smock died after 21 August 1804 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey.

Citations

  1. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, pgs. 56, 139, 228, and 307 - Raritan Baptisms 1745-1777.

Gertrude Smock

b. 26 November 1751, d. after 21 August 1804
Gertrude Smock|b. 26 Nov 1751\nd. a 21 Aug 1804|p469.htm#i2491|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
     Gertrude Smock was born on 26 November 1751 at Raritan, Somerset County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Jan Matthyse Smock and Lea Fontine. Gertrude 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. Gertrude Smock witnessed the will of Reynier Smock on 21 August 1804 at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey. Gertrude Smock died after 21 August 1804.

Charles Reeder

b. 22 June 1713, d. 2 September 1804
Charles Reeder|b. 22 Jun 1713\nd. 2 Sep 1804|p469.htm#i5799|Joseph Reeder|b. 1681\nd. 1732|p458.htm#i5803|Margaret Smith|b. c 1683|p49.htm#i5804|Isaac Reeder|b. c 1653|p49.htm#i5807|Sarah Hunt|b. c 1658|p49.htm#i5808|||||||
FatherJoseph Reeder b. 1681, d. 1732
MotherMargaret Smith b. circa 1683
     Charles Reeder was born on 22 June 1713 at Newton, Long Island, New York. He was the son of Joseph Reeder and Margaret Smith. Charles Reeder married Eleanor Merrick, daughter of John Merrick and Eleanor Smith, circa 1737 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Charles Reeder died on 2 September 1804 at Bucks County, Pennsylvania, at age 91 years, 2 months and 11 days.

Family

Eleanor Merrick b. 29 September 1719
Child

Anna Lillie1

b. circa 1760, d. December 1804
Anna Lillie|b. c 1760\nd. Dec 1804|p469.htm#i19111|John Lillie|b. 8 Aug 1728|p171.htm#i19110|Abigail Breck|b. 19 Jun 1732\nd. 28 Oct 1819|p472.htm#i21708|Theophilus Lillie|b. 10 Jun 1685\nd. 1760|p463.htm#i21709|Hannah Ruck|b. 1702\nd. c 1767|p464.htm#i19109|||||||
FatherJohn Lillie1 b. 8 August 1728
MotherAbigail Breck2 b. 19 June 1732, d. 28 October 1819
     Anna Lillie was born circa 1760 at Boston, Massachusetts.3 She was the daughter of John Lillie and Abigail Breck.1,2 Marriage banns for Anna Lillie and Samuel Howard were published on 3 April 1777 at Boston, Massachusetts; Intentions filed.4 Anna Lillie died in December 1804 at Andover, Massachusetts.3

Family

Samuel Howard b. circa 1752, d. January 1797
Child

Citations

  1. [S666] Royal Descents, online http://worldroots.clicktron.com/~brigitte/bush/…
  2. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #279.
  3. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #139.
  4. [S960] Ancestry G. W. Bush, online http://www.wargs.com/political/bush.html, #138.

Lieutenant Aaron Lane1

b. circa 1719, d. circa 1805
Lieutenant Aaron Lane|b. c 1719\nd. c 1805|p469.htm#i2086|Matthias Lane|b. 30 Mar 1683\nd. c 1 Aug 1729|p457.htm#i2546|Ann Schenck|b. c 1685|p26.htm#i3189|||||||Garret Schenck|b. c 1665|p26.htm#i3236|Neeltje Van Vorhees|b. c 1668|p26.htm#i3237|
FatherMatthias Lane b. 30 March 1683, d. circa 1 August 1729
MotherAnn Schenck b. circa 1685
     Also called Arie. Lieutenant Aaron Lane was born circa 1719. He was the son of Matthias Lane and Ann Schenck. Lieutenant Aaron Lane married Sarah Covenhoven before 1758. Lieutenant Aaron Lane served in the American Revolutionary War, as a lieutenant of New Jersey militia, was wounded in service which compelled him to resign between 1777 and 1779. He died circa 1805 at Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

Family

Sarah Covenhoven
Child

Citations

  1. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol. 25, pg. 39.

Christina Schamp1

b. before 13 August 1717, d. circa 1805
Christina Schamp|b. b 13 Aug 1717\nd. c 1805|p469.htm#i4231|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 Schamp|b. 24 Jun 1636\nd. c 1692|p450.htm#i4200|Janneken Dircks|b. 7 Dec 1653\nd. bt 1698 - 1706|p452.htm#i4204|Claes H. Lock|b. c 1649|p39.htm#i4227|Cniertje Hendricks|b. c 1645|p39.htm#i4228|
FatherJustis Schamp1 b. before 23 August 1676, d. between 28 May 1760 and 14 June 1760
MotherMargrietje Lock1 b. 20 December 1682, d. 11 December 1771
     Her married name was Cock. Christina Schamp was born before 13 August 1717 at Pleasant Run, Readington County, New Jersey.2 She was baptized on 13 August 1717 at the Dutch Reformed Church, New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey; "Kristiena."1,2 She was the daughter of Justis Schamp and Margrietje Lock.1 Christina Schamp married Jacobus Cock, son of David Cock and Marietje Van Leuven, circa 1752. Christina 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 Christina Schamp died circa 1805 at Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1,2

Family

Jacobus Cock b. after 1725
Children

Citations

  1. [S153] Newsletter Editor, "The Schomp Family".
  2. [S273] Cora D. Lane (Schomp) & Estella Victoria Schomp (Hardenburg) Schamp-Schomp and Lane Families, pg. 6.
  3. [S157] Rev. Oscar M. Vorhees, "The Jerseyman," Vol. 7, No. 4, November, 1901.

Sarah Conover

b. 1744, d. 1805
     Sarah Conover was born in 1744. She married Garret Schanck in 1762. Sarah Conover died in 1805 at age 61 years.

Family

Garret Schanck b. 1743, d. 1797
Child

Hendrick Banta

d. 1805
Hendrick Banta|d. 1805|p469.htm#i2619|Hendrick Banta|b. 13 Jan 1696|p20.htm#i2621|Geertruy Terhune||p20.htm#i2622|Hendrick E. Banta|b. 1655|p277.htm#i2623|Angenitje Hendricks|b. c 1658|p20.htm#i2624|||||||
FatherHendrick Banta b. 13 January 1696
MotherGeertruy Terhune
     Hendrick Banta was born at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He was the son of Hendrick Banta and Geertruy Terhune. Hendrick Banta married Antje Demarest after 1750 at Bergen County, New Jersey. Hendrick Banta died in 1805 at Shelby County, Kentucky. Hendrick Banta was buried in George Bergen's Farm, Shelby County, Kentucky.

Family

Antje Demarest b. circa 1730?
Child

Anne Bowne

b. 1769, d. 1805
Anne Bowne|b. 1769\nd. 1805|p469.htm#i4010|Samuel Bowne|b. 1722\nd. 1799|p468.htm#i4013|Patience Conover|b. 1736\nd. 1805|p469.htm#i4014|Samuel Bowne|b. c 1698\nd. 1756|p462.htm#i4011|Esther (?)|b. c 1699|p36.htm#i4012|||||||
FatherSamuel Bowne b. 1722, d. 1799
MotherPatience Conover b. 1736, d. 1805
     Anne Bowne was born in 1769. She was the daughter of Samuel Bowne and Patience Conover. Anne Bowne married Daniel L. Ketchum before 1800. As of before 1800,her married name was Ketchum. Anne Bowne died in 1805 at age 36 years.

Family

Daniel L. Ketchum b. 1762
Child

Patience Conover

b. 1736, d. 1805
     Patience Conover was born in 1736. She married Samuel Bowne, son of Samuel Bowne and Esther (?), before 1769. As of before 1769,her married name was Bowne. Patience Conover died in 1805 at age 69 years.

Family

Samuel Bowne b. 1722, d. 1799
Child

Mary Sheldon1

b. 1731, d. 1805
Mary Sheldon|b. 1731\nd. 1805|p469.htm#i25064|Benjamin Sheldon|b. c 1697\nd. 1773|p465.htm#i25063|Mary Strong|b. 1701\nd. c 1776|p465.htm#i25062|||||||Ebenezer Strong Jr.|b. 1671\nd. 1729|p457.htm#i25061|Mary Holton|b. 1678\nd. 1705|p453.htm#i25060|
FatherBenjamin Sheldon1 b. circa 1697, d. 1773
MotherMary Strong1 b. 1701, d. circa 1776
     Mary Sheldon was born in 1731.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Sheldon and Mary Strong.1 Mary Sheldon married Joseph Lyman.2 Mary Sheldon died in 1805 at age 74 years.1

Family

Joseph Lyman b. 1731, d. 1804
Child

Citations

  1. [S675] Hugh Brogan and Charles Mosley, APF, pg. 649.
  2. [S694] ., B:PF, remarkable kinships chart #8.

Frederick of Denmark1

b. 1753, d. 1805
Frederick of Denmark|b. 1753\nd. 1805|p469.htm#i28878|Frederick V, King of Denmark and Norway|b. 31 Mar 1723\nd. 14 Jan 1766|p464.htm#i27927|Maria Juliana of Brunswick-Wölfenbuttel|b. 4 Sep 1729\nd. 10 Oct 1796|p468.htm#i28877|Christian V., King of Denmark and Norway|b. 30 Nov 1699\nd. 6 Aug 1746|p460.htm#i27935||||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|
FatherFrederick V, King of Denmark and Norway1 b. 31 March 1723, d. 14 January 1766
MotherMaria Juliana of Brunswick-Wölfenbuttel1 b. 4 September 1729, d. 10 October 1796
     Frederick of Denmark was born in 1753.2 He was the son of Frederick V, King of Denmark and Norway and Maria Juliana of Brunswick-Wölfenbuttel.1 Frederick of Denmark died in 1805 at age 52 years.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 94.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 20.

Jeremiah Thayer Sr.1

b. 11 March 1725, d. after 1805
Jeremiah Thayer Sr.|b. 11 Mar 1725\nd. a 1805|p469.htm#i11019|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 Mendon2 b. 6 September 1697, d. after 1772
MotherSarah3 b. circa 1701, d. before 1772
     First child of Ebenezer and Sarah Thayer, married Alice Holbrook, 21 April, 1747, and settled in Richmond, N. H. Farmer.4 Jeremiah Thayer Sr. was born on 11 March 1725 at Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts.5,6,7,8 He was the son of Ebenezer Thayer of Mendon and Sarah.2,3 Jeremiah Thayer Sr. married Alice Holbrook, daughter of William Holbrook and Hopestill Read, on 21 April 1747 at Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts.9,10,1,11,12,13 Jeremiah Thayer Sr. was a Farmer.14 This town was granted, February 28, 1752, to Joseph Blanchard and others. On 28 February 1752 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.15 He lived after 28 February 1752 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.11 First Settlers, people from Massachusetts and Rhode Island, arrive about 1758. In 1758 at Richmond, New Hampshire.16 Patriots sign the Association Test on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.17 He signed the Association Test with three of his sons, thereby involving themselves 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."9,17 He was a witness where Jeremiah Thayer Jr. signed the Association Test, and thereby involving himself in the American Revolution on the side of the Patriots, on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, New Hampshire.17 Jeremiah Thayer Sr. was a witness where Ellis Thayer signed the Association Test, and thereby involving himself in the American Revolution on the side of the Patriots, on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, New Hampshire.18 Jeremiah Thayer Sr. was a witness where Nehemiah Thayer signed the Association Test, and thereby involving himself in the American Revolution on the side of the Patriots, on 30 August 1776 at Richmond, New Hampshire.17

In 1790, Jeremiah Thayer Sr. was Head of Household on the census at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Details provided: Head of Household. Two white males over 16, 1 white male under 16, 2 white females, and no other people or slaves..19

He died after 1805 at Richmond, Cheshire County, New Hampshire.9,20,21

Family

Alice Holbrook b. 9 November 1728
Children

Citations

  1. [S258] Hampton VA Jerry Thayer, "Thayer Family E-mail," e-mail to Robert Stewart, 22 Sep 99.
  2. [S1611] Letter, Mary E. Philp to family.
  3. [S774] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 21 Feb 2001.
  4. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg. 515, No. 3531. I E. JEREMIAH THAYER..
  5. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 7112604, source call # 1235251, Sheet # 84, Father: Ebenezer THAYER, Mother: Sarah.
  6. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per Mendon VR.
  7. [S774] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 21 Feb 2001, per Mendon VR.
  8. [S980] Deaths) Vital Records (births, VR Mass. FTM CD# 220, "/S OF EBENEZER AND SARAH".
  9. [S52] Various, "unknown essay title," DAR Lineage Books, Vol 72, pg 273, DAR# 71765, Vol 109, pg 167, DAR# 108556; Vol 120: pg 163, DAR# 119528; etc..
  10. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch number: 8802103, Sheet: 23.
  11. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3531. I E. JEREMIAH THAYER.
  12. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001, per VR.
  13. [S984] Vital Records (marriages), Marr Indx MA FTM CD# 231, LDS Film # 0758485, "Apr 21, 1748".
  14. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg. 515.
  15. [S831] Edwin A. Charlton, "New Hampshire As It Is".
  16. [S830] John Hayward, NH Gazetteer 1849.
  17. [S542] D. D. Nathaniel Bouton, NH Association Test, pg. 271.
  18. [S542] D. D. Nathaniel Bouton, NH Association Test, pg. 271 - "Alles Thayer".
  19. [S1053] 1790 NH Cheshire, pg. 23.
  20. [S366] Thayer Families, online http://thayer.genealogist.net/default.htm
  21. [S759] Jerry Thayer, "Re: Thayer Family," e-mail to Robert Brian Stewart P. E., 28 Feb 2001.
  22. [S397] Bezaleel Thayer, Thayer Genealogy, pg 515, No. 3532. I F. CALEB THAYER.
  23. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 180.
  24. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 184.
  25. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 186.
  26. [S834] A.B., S.B., member of the NEHGS Thomas W. Baldwin, VR MA Mendon to 1850, pg. 188.
  27. [S807] Matt Bushnell Jones, Waitsfield, VT, pg. 484, "(Jeremiah,5 Ebenezer,4 Ebenezer,3 Ferdinando,2 Thomas1)" Which is wrong. Corrected: (Jeremiah,5 Ebenezer,4 Isaac,3 Ferdinando,2 Thomas1), .

Antije Smock

b. 16 December 1773, d. 19 June 1805
Antije Smock|b. 16 Dec 1773\nd. 19 Jun 1805|p469.htm#i3755|Lieut-Col. John Smock|b. 5 Sep 1727|p14.htm#i2042|Femmetje Teunison|b. 6 Oct 1735\nd. 7 Mar 1778|p466.htm#i3746|Barnes Smock|b. 16 Feb 1700\nd. a 1 Apr 1773|p465.htm#i2040|Annatje Luyster|b. c 1705|p19.htm#i2500|||||||
FatherLieut-Col. John Smock b. 5 September 1727
MotherFemmetje Teunison b. 6 October 1735, d. 7 March 1778
     Antije Smock was born on 16 December 1773 at Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Lieut-Col. John Smock and Femmetje Teunison. Antije Smock was baptized on 23 January 1774 at Freehold Dutch Church, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey. She died on 19 June 1805 at age 31 years, 6 months and 3 days.

James Hood

d. circa 1806
James Hood|d. c 1806|p469.htm#i1386|James Hood||p10.htm#i1382|Rachel Ashmead||p9.htm#i1259|Thomas Hood||p10.htm#i1383|Rebecca ?||p10.htm#i1384|John Ashmead||p9.htm#i1256|Ann Rush|b. 25 Oct 1716\nd. 16 Aug 1760|p463.htm#i1108|
FatherJames Hood
MotherRachel Ashmead
     James Hood was the son of James Hood and Rachel Ashmead. James Hood died circa 1806 at never married.

Charles Fonteyn

b. 1739, d. circa 1806
Charles Fonteyn|b. 1739\nd. c 1806|p469.htm#i2539|Carel Fonteyn|b. 24 Apr 1692|p24.htm#i3073|Sarah Nolan|b. c 1708|p24.htm#i3074|Jacques J. Fonteyn|b. c 1666\nd. b 5 Oct 1750|p461.htm#i3075|Anna Webber|b. 4 Jul 1671\nd. c 1750|p461.htm#i3076|||||||
FatherCarel Fonteyn b. 24 April 1692
MotherSarah Nolan b. circa 1708
     Charles Fonteyn was born in 1739 at Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of Carel Fonteyn and Sarah Nolan. Charles Fonteyn married Elizabeth Smock, daughter of Matthias Matthyse Smock and Maritje Buys, circa 1760 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Charles Fonteyn relocated to Cayuga, New York, circa 1780; Sometime during this period, two groups headed "west" out of the Conewago Colony. One group headed to Kentucky, the other to Cayuga Lake, in New York State. The groups were again to meet in Indiana, Iowa, and further west still.1 He died circa 1806 at Cuyuga, New York. Charles Fonteyn was buried in Parsell Cemetery, Owasco, Cuyuga County, New York. As a note to self. In the Conewago Colony, an Isaac Persel is married and has children with a Maria Smack. Was Charles' wife, Elizabeth Smock, a sister to Maria? Possible. Did Isaac and Maria go north to Cuyuga? Did they name the cemetery after Isaac and was Charles buried there? MUST LOOK INTO THIS.

Family

Elizabeth Smock b. 9 January 1736, d. after 17 April 1774
Children

Citations

  1. [S105] A. Van Doren Honeyman, ".", Vol. 4 SOMERVILLE, NEW JERSEY, JULY, 1915. No. 3.

Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld1,2

b. 1750, d. 1806
Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|b. 1750\nd. 1806|p469.htm#i24338|Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1800|p469.htm#i28849||||Francis of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld|d. 1764|p464.htm#i28850||||||||||
FatherErnest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld1 d. 1800
     Also called Duke Francis Frederick Antony of Saxe-Saalfeld-Coburg.3 Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld was born in 1750.2 He was the son of Ernest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld.1 Francis Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld died in 1806 at age 56 years.1

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S1408] CMH, online http://www.uni-mannheim.de/mateo/camenaref/cmh/cmh.html, XIII:Table 50.
  2. [S1301] Text by Michael MacLagan tables by Jiri Loudan, Louda & MacLagan, 2002, table 41.
  3. [S1107] B:LG: Scottish Royal Lineage, online http://www.burkes-landed-gentry.com/contents/static/…
  4. [S1405] Various EB CD 2004, Leopold I.