Guide to research



Download 1.47 Mb.
Page10/12
Date conversion29.04.2016
Size1.47 Mb.
1   ...   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12

612. Cornelia R., born 1860, died February 20, 1866.
613. Alphonso R., born June 8, 1861.
614. Francis Goodwin, born January 24, 1867, married Eliza Wood, September 24, 1893, had three children, and died

November 16, 1900.


615. (Twin) Sylvester P., born December 2, 1868, deceased.
616. (Twin) Crucer McRae, born December 2, 1868.

George W. (390), (son of Jerome), had issue:


617. George F.
618. Jerome C.
619. Lizzie.

Charles B. (391), (son of Jerome), had issue:


620. Hattie L., born January 20, 1864.

621. Edward M.


622. Ida A., born December 1, 1869, married Walter S. Burdett, April 9, 1881.

Franklin S. (392), (son of Jerome), had issue:


623. John R., who was the father of one child.
624. Phoebe Elizabeth.

George P. (394), (son of Peter I.), had issue:


625. Grace P., born 1874, married William Palmer, had five children.
626. Roy M., born 1878, died young.
627. George P., Jr., born 1897, married Annie J. Travaskus.
628. Blanche R., born 1880.
629. Goldie G., born 1883.
page 670
630. Winslow S., born 1885, died young.
631. Mary Case, born 1888, died young.
632. Walter Ortis, born 1892, died young.

Paul (395), (son of Peter I.), had issue:


633. Rosanna Martha, born April 23, 1878, married Charles Storm, had one child.
634. Clarence Edward, born September 10, 1880, married Ida F. Hall, had one child.
635. Daisy May, born November 17, 1882, married Melvin Bassett.
636. Edith, born October 7, 1885.
637. Mildred, born April 7, 1888, died May 21, 1891.
638. Verdine, born March 6, 1891.
639. Rufus Franklin, born February 1, 1894.
640. Elizabeth Pauline, born March 10, 1897.
641. Paul, born April 11, 1901.
642. Claude, born January 21, 1903, died March 15, 1903.

Isaac V. (396), (son of Peter I.), had issue:


643. Martha J., born 1880.
644. William I., born 1881.
645. Vernon Lester, born 1883.
646. Lois S., born 1885.

647. Alfred, born 1887.


648. Florence M., born 1896.
649. Gladys Belle, born 1897.
650. Abram Floyd, born 1899.

Rev. Dupuyster (407), (son of John Kipp), had issue:


651. Eliza Pell, born 1873, married Bernard O'Blenis Bogert.

Gerardus (409), (son of John Kipp), had issue:


652. Kate Estella, who married John R. Lovatt, had one child.

Irving (412), (son of Brooks), had issue:


653. Horatio S.

Oscar (419), (son of Dr. Valentine Mott), had issue:


654. Ino Louise, born January 14, 1886.
655. Hazel, born February 8, 1889.
656. Oscar Valentine, born September 16, 1892.

Isaac (421), (son of Isaac), had issue.


657. Isaac, Jr., born January 24, 1877.
658. Lester, born September 25, 1881.
page 671
659. Millard, born November 29, 1885.
660. Howard, born April 29, 1888.

Benjamin F. (427), (son of Abraham F.), had issue:


661. Louise, born 1878.
662. Florence, born 1881, died in 1889.
663. Bessie, born 1885.
664. Frank, born 1887.
665. Arthur F., born 1891.
666. Herbert, born 1895.

Clarence Oakley (428), (son of Aabraham F.), had issue:

667. Edwin S., born 1879, died single, 1902.
668. George H., born 1881.
669. William Russell, born 1885.

William E. (430), (son of Abraham F.), had issue:


670. Irving, born 1890.
671. Edgar, born 1892.
672. Roy, born 1894.

William Edward (432), (son of William Montgomery), had issue:


673. Frederick Montgomery.

Rev. Ashbel G. (436), (son of Rev. Thomas Edward), had issue:


674. Thomas Edward, who marriel Gertrude ——?, had one child.
675. Helen, who married George Hutchings, had one child.
676. Elizabeth, unmarried.

William Gerard (445), (son of Jacob Dyckman), had issue:


677. William Gerard, Jr., born 1867, married Flora Sherwood, had three children.
678. Henry Rowland, born 1869, married Nettie De Milt, had one child.
679. Cornelia L., born 1873, unmarried.
680. Jennie T., born 1875, unmarried.
681. Annie B., born 1877, unmarried.

Daniel Babbitt (448), (son of William Henry), had issue by first wife:


682. William Moorehead, born April 6, 1880.
page 672
Daniel Babbitt (448) had issue by second wife:
683. Herbert Noble, born November 16, 1887.

Henry Fisher (453), (son of Rev. Isaac Dyckman), had issue:


684. Anna Josephine, born May 28, 1871.

Robert C. Halsey (458), (son of Rev. Isaac Dyckman), had issue:


685. Emma Southard, born June 28, 1883.

686. Margaret Elizabeth, born March 17, 1886.

Marion Hoagland (459), (son of Rev. Isaac Dyckman), had issue:
687. Hazel.
688. Joseph.

Hobart Potter (460), (son of Rev. Isaac Dyckman), had issue:


689. Hobart Potter, Jr., born 1900.

Dr. William Gray (465), (son of John Hoagland), had issue:


690. John Hoagland, born May 6, 1889.

Theodore Chardavoyne (466), (son of Theodore Chardavoyne), had issue:


691. Theodore Chardavoyne, born 1886.

William (472), (son of Peter Bonnett), had issue:


692. Elizabeth, born 1848, died young.
693. Peter Bonnett, born 1848, married Carrie M. Park, October 19, 1869, had six children.
694. Sarah Newman, born 1852, married William S. Hartwell, had one child.
695. Samuel, born 1853, died young.
696; Allen George Newman, born 1854, married Irene Norman October 29, 1890, had four children.
697. Mary, born 1857, died young.
698. William, born 1859, died young.

Benjamin F. (475), (son of Benjamin Franklin), had issue:


699. George Washington, born February 22, 1893.
page 673
700. Frank, born February 3, 1899.701. Lillian, born December 3, 1900.

William E. (476), (son of Benjamin Franklin), had issue:


702. George, born July 18, 1896.
703. Willie, born September 11, 1898.
704. Herbert, born May 24, 1902.

Francis H. (489), (son of Isaac Sebring), had issue:

705. Oscar.
706. Frank.
707. Florence.

Eugene (490), (son of Isaac Sebring), had issue:


708. Edward A., born 1881.
709. Harold E., born 1889.

Barent (492), (son of Ralph Schenck), had issue:


710. Maude M., born August 20, 1884.

Howard (493), (son of Ralph Schenck), had issue:


711. Ralph, born December 1, 1897.

Henry G. (494), (son of Abraham Augustus), had issue:


712. Mabel.
713. Robert.
714. Fay.
715. Abram A.
716. ——?

Joseph C. (496), (son of Abraham Augustus), had issue:


717. Russell L.
718. Elva.
719. Slye.
720. Luca.
721. Forrest.
722. ——?

Frank S. (506), (son of George H.), had issue:


723. Grey.
724. Lillian.

George S. (507), (son of George H.), had issue:


725. Maurice.

726. Ina.


page 674
William Henry (515), (son of John), had issue:
727. Jessie M.
728. Irene H.

John Gifford (516), (son of John), had issue:


729. William, who married, but died without issue.
730. John, who married, but died without issue.

Edward Alexander (531), (son of Robert Wright), had issue by first wife:


731. Robert Wright, born September 14, 1854, deceased.
732. Edward Oviatt, born June 11, 1856.
733. Susan Adelaide, born October 10, 1858.
734. Guy Ellsworth, born July 26, 1861, deceased.
735. William Burr, born November 9, 1863, deceased.

Edward Alexander (531) had issue by second wife:


736. Charles, born July 9, 1873, deceased.
737. Persis Malvina, born May 28, 1875, deceased.
738. Grace E., born March 16, 1877.

William Francis (534), (son of Robert Wright), had issue:


739. Victor V., born January 31, 1869, died August 30, 1891.

Robert David Burr (535), (son of Robert Wright), had issue:


740. Fred, born August 3, 1866.
741. Ora, born April 7, 1871, died in infancy.
742. Gertrude, born January 26, 1874.
743. Robert, born March, 1880, died young.
744. Anna, born November 6, 1883.

William Burr (547), (son of Solomon), had issue by first wife:


745. Cora May, born November 18, 1867, married Ora Maharry Brindle, February 14, 1887, had three children.
746. Solomon Walter, born March 18, 1869, died August 12, 1869.
William Burr (547) had issue by second wife:
747. Ethel, born June 18, 1892.
748. Wright, born December 12, 1893.

Wright (550), (son of Solomon), had issue:


749. Edwin L., born July 4, 1870, married Anna Stilwell, December 2, 1894, had two children.
page 675
750. Joseph Clyde, born April 26, 1872, married Anglie Hinderlider, April I5, 1896, no issue.
751. Solomon Earle, born November 18, 1874.
752. William Ray, born January 22, 1877, married Bertha Truitt, January 22, 1903.
753. Wright, born January 23, 188o, died September 27, 1883.
754. Lilla Marie, born November 29, 1884.

R. Willard (557), (son of Orville), had issue:


755. Mabel, born August 31, 1886.

Herbert Scudder (560), (son of Edgar A.), had issue:


756. Macia Alleine, born December 21, 1900.

George W. (563), (son of Edward), had issue:


757. Mark Edward, born November 12, 1851.
758. Mary Edith, born August 4, 1854, married Otto K. Dean, had two children.
759. Rachel, born May 10, 1864, married J. Henry Loeb, had three children.
760. George Orton, born March 1, 1866.

Elijah Wentworth (564), (son of Edward), had issue:


761. Harriet Martin, born August 26, 1853.
762. Milton Edward, born October 4, 1859.
763. Ella Virginia, born March 20, 1862, married William Boener, March 27. 1890, had three children.
764. Martha Isadore, born March 15, 1864.
765. Lois Cordelia, born March 23, 1867.

Edward (566), (son of Edward), had issue:


766. Daniel Irving, born November 21, 1859.

767. Martha Evelyn, born March 28, 1861, married Arthur Toger.


768. Willard Martin, born July 7, 1863, died May 9, 1865.
769. Harry Lincoln, born June 21, 1865.
770. Orilla V., born June 23, 1867.
771. Allie, born January 24, 1874.

John W. (571), (son of Edward), had issue:


772: Maggie B., born April 20, 1868.
773. Charles H., born May 14, 1871.

Abraham (580), (son of Avery), had issue:


774. Maude.
775. Kathleen.
776. George.
page 676
777. Jesse.

James I. (581), (son of Avery), had issue:


778. Cora.
779. Meade.
780. Irving.
781. George.

John K. (582), (son of Avery), had issue:


782. Avery.
783. Earle.
784. David.
785. Emma.
786. Fanny.

Joseph (583), (son of Avery), had issue:


787. Joseph, Jr.
788. Isa.
789. Paul.
790. Silas.

791. Seth.


792. Hiram.

Samuel E. (585), (son of Avery), had issue:


793. Frances D.

Orville (586), (son of Avery), had issue:


794. Blanche.
795. Leo.
796. Mabel.
797. Glen.
798. Dale.
799. Orvis.
800. Vera.

Jesse C. (587), (son of Avery), had issue by first wife:


801. Minerva.
802. Leland.

Jesse C. (587) had issue by second wife:


803. Mildred.

Reuben (589), (son of Avery), had issue:


804. Gladys.
805. Harold.
page 677
Clinton I. (597), (son of Joseph), had issue:
806. Gilbert, born December 3, 1883.
807. Rena, born March 28, 1887.
808. Roy, born July 7, 1889.

Le Roy (599), (son of Charles), had issue:


809. Helen Ferguson, born August 26, 1882, died August 15, 1889.
810. Le Roy S., born March 7, 1887.
Eugene (607), (son of Gilbert), had issue:
811. George Gilbert, born February 14, 1877, married Jenny Krannear, have two children.
812. Effie May, born October 15, 1878, married Andrew Mohr, have one child.
813. Ernest, born July 22, 1880, married Florence Wait, have one child.
814. Chester, born May 20, 1882.
815. Eva G., born August 13, 1884.
816. Eugene, Jr., born April 16, 1886.
817. Roy Elbert, born December 1, 1888.
818. Arthur Louis, born July 18, 1891.
819. Wesley Floyd, born July 11, 1894.
820. Ina Elizabeth, born August 8, 1889.

Francis Goodwin (614), (son of Sylvester), had issue:


821. Anna E., born November 19, 1895.
822. Maria E., born March 28, 1897.
823. Mary Kate, born March 2, 1899.

John R. (623), (son of Franklin S.), had issue:


824. Robert.

Clarence Edward (634), (son of Paul), had issue:


825. Ruth May, born May 18, 1903.

Thomas Edward (674), (son of Rev. Ashbel G.), had issue:


826. Ashbel G.

William Gerard, Jr. (677), (son of William Gerard), had issue:


827. Katharine Rowland, born 1895.
828. Sherwood, born 1901.
829. William Gerard, Jr.
page 678
Henry Rowland (678), (son of William Gerard), had issue:
830. Louise Rowland, born 1894.

Peter Bonnett (693), (son of William), had issue:

831. Arthur Park, born 1871, married Grace E. Hill, had three children.
832. Herbert Marshall, born 1873, married Maud Smith.
833. Frank Bayles, born 1876, married Anna O'Beirne.
834. Percy Sherwood, born 1878, single.
835. Helen Bonnett, born 1880, unmarried.
836. Norman Loutrell, born 1884, single.

Allen George Newman (696), (son of Wwilliam), had issue:


837. Sybil, born 1891.
838. Allen Bonnett, born 1893.
839. Norman Sherwood, born 1897.
840. Aeltje, born 1900.

Edwin L. (749), (son of Wright), had issue:


841. Wright, born January 16, 1897.
842. Herschel, born October 28, 1898.

Ernest (813), (son of Eugene), had issue:


843. Leona.

Arthur Park (831), (son of Peter Bonnett), had issue:


844. Howard Hill.
845. Wallace P.
846. Jean.

27. Richard Ferguson

Richard, b. ca. 1765-1784; m. Wait, b. 11 Dec. 1787, dau. of Jonathan and Mary (Hall) Gidley of the Clove. Richard was

in Beekman in 1810 at 1-0-0-1-0 and 0-0-0-1-0 with 2 horses and 1 cow. He was between Daniel Gidley and John A.

Van Vlack. Daniel Gidley was his wife’s first cousin.

Richard and Rachel Ferguson (his presumed mother) paid wheat rents in 1799. [ELP Box 148].

28. Jonas DeLong

Coopers Rangers.

"... [Jonas] was probably the man who served in Cooper's Rangers ... He removed to Schagticoke probably after 1783 and

apparently died there before 1786 [1787?] when it appears his widow bp. a son [Jonas] in D[utchess] C[ounty] at the

First Reformed Church of Fishkill. He was noted as dec'd in his father's will in 1797." [Doherty, The Settlers of the

Beekman Patent, IV, 188-189; X66]

29. John DeLong

"[John] was a witness to deed ... dated 15 Nov. 1792 between Gilbert R. Livingston and Rowland Ricketson. On this

same date he bought land (no acres given) from Livingston for 339 pounds which was near Ricketson's land. ... He was

again mentioned in deed ... of 12 Oct. 1792 and was next to Rowland Ricketson in lot 22. Johannes DeLong was also

mentioned in this deed and living in the Clove. John DeLong had farm of 131 acres with rents of 14 1/2 bushels in lot 28

of the Clove, per Livingston Papers. A John DeLong was granted land bounty rights for local service in the Revolution.

He was dec'd before Feb. 1797." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV, 174; X59]

30. Richard DeLong

In 5th Regt under Col William Humphrey for 10 days in September and October 1777 and was paid 17s, 6p.

-----


"... Richard DeLong was noted as his son-in-law in the will of Francis Losee of Beekman Precinct, dated 10 March 1788.

... Richard served in the 5th Regiment under Col. William Humphrey for 10 days in September and October 1777 and

was paid 17 shillings, sixpence.

"He was involved in several court actions. He was fined 10 pounds for a misdemeanor in 1780. ... On 13 October

1786 he was in an ejection suit, evidently brought by Stephen Townsend and Henry Hilliker. ... On 1 Sept. 1798 Mary

Ferguson and Nelly Losee were indicted for assault and battery and pleaded not guilty. George Losee and Richard

Delong were bound in appearance bonds of $200. ...

"He was in Beekman at 1-1-3 and 1 slave in 1790 and was between Samuel Cypher and Samuel Ferguson. In 1799 he

was taxed in Beekman on a house and land worth $1312.50 and personal property valued at $530. In 1800 he was listed

as 1-1-0-1-0 and 2-2-0-1-0-0 and he was between Lattin Morey and Jeremiah Hunt.

"He had taken a lease on 'Wilkies' farm 3 April 1783. ... He sent a letter to W. Kockburn (Cockburn) regarding this

farm: 'Sir my father hath sent me to you hous to see about some Land that you have promised him[.] If you could get

Madim Levenstons comment that you might sell The Farm of Mr. Wilkey if it is so that you can sell it I should be very

glad, and would make a spedy payment for it and would give you my fathers Bond for the remainder of the money. Sir I

Would be able (?) To pay you forty pounds of the money down. March th 14 Dom 1783. Richard D.Long, son of Area D

Long'


"Cockburn noted on the back of the letter, '14 March 1783, Richd DeLong Relating to Wilkies farm ____ promised

with ML consent -- for 150 pounds, a lease for 3 lives' ...

"Richard DeLong lived near Sylvan Lake next to Hezekiah Rogers and the road from the Clove to Fishkill Landing ...

and purchased a farm of 105 acres in lot 10 of the Poughquag Purchase on 22 March 1802 from Edward Livingston for

$900. ... From 1790 through 17 Oct. 1799 he paid 200-1/2 bushels rent. He was a customer at the Dirck Brinkerhoff store

in Fishkill ca. 1795. ...

"He was an executor of his father-in-law's will in Beekman in 1792. ... He probably had eight children as mortgage

20:83 indicates that the farm of Richard DeLong, late of Beekman was divided into eight rights among his heirs. ... James

DeLong of Beekman was appointed guardian of his nephew Jonas, born 1803, after the death of his father. ...

"He died 14 December 1808 and letters of Administration were granted to his widow Anna 22 Dec. 1808. James and

Israel DeLong and John F. Losee were on a $2,000 bond with her. ... The widow Ann was listed in Beekman in 1810 at 2-

0-1-0-0 and 0-2-1-0-0 with 3 horses, 3 cattle, 12 sheep, 1 loom and 50 yards of cloth. She was between Isaac Holmes and

John DeLong. ..." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV, 189-190; X66-X67]

30S. Anna Losee

"... The widow Ann was listed in Beekman in 1810 at 2-0-1-0-0 and 0-2-1-0-0 with 3 horses, 3 cattle, 12 sheep, 1 loom

and 50 yards of cloth. She was between Isaac Holmes and John DeLong.

"There are two mortgages of record affecting [Richard's] estate: on 5 March 1814 Anna DeLong, widow, and Francis

Losee DeLong and Sally of Beekman gave a mortgage of $1077.50 to Stephen Montfort of Fishkill on the farm of the

late Richard DeLong, dec'd. The widow Anna had one third and she bought the rights of John Jackson and Parlina,

Joseph Vincent and Sally, and John DeLong and Maria, heirs. There were 3 undivided 8th parts and Francis had 1/8th.

The property was 105-3/4 acres and James DeLong and Joshua Baker were witnesses. ... On 18 September 1818 Anna

DeLong, widow of Richard DeLong of Beekman, and Happy DeLong, mortgaged for $479.62 105 acres 3 roods and 12

perches of land to James DeLong. Also included was land Anna DeLong bought of John DeLong, son of Richard

DeLong and the rights of Joseph Vincent and Sally. John Jackson and Paulina and Francis L. DeLong and Sally. The

witnesses were Asahel Hall and Wheeler Gilbert. ..." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV, 191; X67]
Children of RICHARD DELONG and ANNA LOSEE are:

i. PARLINA5 DELONG, m. JOHN JACKSON.

ii. SALLY DELONG, b. May 01, 1784; m. JOSEPH VINCENT.

iii. MARY DELONG, b. May 01, 1784.

139. iv. JOHN R. DELONG, b. July 08, 1786.

140. v. FRANCIS LOSEE DELONG, b. October 04, 1792; d. July 19, 1850, Huron Township, Wayne County, New

York.

vi. JONAS DELONG548, b. August 04, 1802.



Notes for JONAS DELONG:

"... [Jonas'] uncle James was appointed his guardian after the death of his father. Jonas was probably in Michigan in

1839 per Dutchess County Wills ... He poss. m. Betsey Tracey 20 Dec. 1827 at Ithaca, NY. He may have been the Jonas

DeLong in Ridgway, Orleans Co., NY in 1850 with four children." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV,

192; X68]

vii. ISRAEL VAIL DELONG, b. September 16, 1805; d. May 01, 1828.

Notes for ISRAEL VAIL DELONG:

"... Letters of Authorization were granted to John Jackson. ... [Israel] was son of Anna of Poughkeepsie who

renounced in favor of John Jackson of Fishkill. Hepsibah DeLong was a witness for Anna. John Jackson, Thaddeus

Raymond anbd Samuel W. Faucher of Fishkill were also on bond of $800 ..." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman

Patent, IV, 192; X68]

viii. HEPSIBETH DELONG548.

Notes for HEPSIBETH DELONG:

"Hepsibeth ... was a witness for Anna, the widow, in 1828 and noted as an heir ...[in] 1818. According to Dutchess

County Wills ... she was in Michigan in 1839. Hepsibeth DeLong applied for membership in the Beekman Baptist

Church 13 June 1815 but she had a bit of a reputation and the minutes concerning her application follow: 'It was

mentioned by brother Osborn that Sister DeLong did not attend meeting and he had heard things against her; appointed

Brother Osborn to visit her. Jan. 1, 1825, the Church met and brother Osborn mentioned he had understood that Sister

Hebsibeth DeLong continued in her evil practices; frequented the Ball Chamber; and he thought it was time there was

something more done about it as she had been frequently warned of them and desired to attend meeting we therefore

thought it best to withdraw the hand of fellowship from her. It was put to vote and carried without objections.'" [Doherty,

The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV, 192; X68]

34. Arie DeLong

"... On 1 April 1808 [Arie] and Jane sold 70 acres in Rombout to John Philips for $3250. Arie claimed the land by

inheritance. Both he and his wife signed with a mark. ...

"He served in the 5th Regiment of the Dutchess County Militia with his brothers John and Richard. He was listed in

Beekman in 1800 at 2-0-1-1-0 and 3-0-0-1-0 with 1 slave and was between his brothers James and John. He was a

customer at the Dirck Brinkerhoff store in Fishkill ca. 1795. ... He may have gone to Canada where at least three of his

sons are found." [Doherty, The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, IV, 192; X68]

vii. PETER DELONG554, b. February 07, 1805554; m. SILANCE WAITE554; b. May 27, 1810, United States554.

viii. JAMES DELONG554.
----------------------------------------
The Tories were respected by their neighbors for the mischief they could cause

and on 19 Sept. 1776 the Provincial Convention appointed a committee “to devise

ways and means for preventing the dangers which may arise from the disaffected

in this State.” [ConC xiii]. Six members of the Convention were elected to this

committee: William Duer, Charles DeWitt, Leonard Gansevoort, John Jay,

Zephaniah Platt and Nathaniel Sackett. The Committee usually met at Connor’s

1   ...   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page