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94 iii Johannes, bp May 30, 1728; sps same as Cornelis- m (ist) May 29, 1750, Christyntje De La Matre' (2d) after 1770, Marritie ...... 94 JOHANNES VAN DEUSEN, son of (35) Tobias Van Deusen and Ariaantje Muller; bp at Claverack May 30, 1728; m there (ist) May 29, 1750, Christyntje De La Matre, dau of Gloude De La Matre and Christina Leggett of Claverack; she d 1768; (2d) subsequent to 1770 Marritje (See will, dated July 11, and probated Nov. 6, 1803). Johannes was a resident of Claverack...
The ancestor of all who inherit the name De Lamater in the United States is Claude Le Maitre (De Lamater), a native of Richebourg in Artois, France, a scion of an ancient family in Picardy. He was a Huguenot who, like the Puritan of England, found in Holland a temporary home as well as a safe refuge from the storm of persecution that swept over both countries and drove thousands of the best families into exile. He located in Amsterdam, Holland, where, April 24, 1652, he married Hester,...
Robert Allan (1695? - 1769) Thank you to the many people who have made their research available on the Internet, especially Wanda Smith Ballard who provided a large portion of the information reproduced here. Genealogical particulars are on other pages in this website. This page includes: Robert Allan's will One of Robert's nephews identified! Biography of Robert Allan's nephew James From Historical Families of Kentucky, by Thomas Marshall Green, Clearfield Publishers, originally...
Third Generation 23. Robert3 Allen (James4) was born in County Armagh, Ireland 1695. Robert died 1769 in Frederick Co., VA, at 74 years of age. He married twice. He married Deborah Montgomery in County Armagh, Ireland, 1730. Deborah was born in County Armagh, Ireland ca 1705. Deborah died circa 1741 in Frederick Co., VA. At 25 years of age Deborah became the mother of Martha Allen in County Armagh, Ireland, 1730. At 27 years of age Deborah became the mother of John Allen in County Armagh,...
He was a son of Robert Teuwis (Matthew in English) Van Deusen and Cornelia Van Buren. The date of birth given here is his birth or baptismal date. He may have been born in Albany or Columbia County. He married Ariaantje (Harriet in English) Mulder-Muller on March 21, 1724/5 at the Reformed Church of Linlithgo-Livingston, Columbia County, New York. To the best of my knowledge she was a daughter of Cornelius Stephanus Mulder-Muller and Hittitje Pieterse Loockermans. Tobias and Ariaantje...
Born in America 1712 – 3rd generation Jesse Irish was born in Little Compton in the Plymouth Colony on 26th of September in 1712. One of six children born to Jonathan Irish and Mary Taylor and raised in Little Compton. He married Mary Albee in Mendon, Massachusetts on the 21st of March in 1732 (age 19,) and they moved to Westerly, Rhode Island where their first two children Susannah in 1734 and David in 1735 were born.  In 1737 Jesse was listed as a Freemen and farmer in Westerly.  This was...
WILLIAM MANNING [#1924], d. Boston, MA between 17 Feb 1665-6 and 28 Apr 1666, m(1) SUSANNAH ____, d. Oct 1650, m(2) Elizabeth ____. William Manning arrived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony early, but it is not known exactly when. Indeed most of the information we have would be unavailable were it not for a certain, very interesting and informative document. It seems William was a member of the church at Cambridge where Reverend Thomas Shepard preached. Mr. Shepard left behind a manuscript in...
What is interesting about this story found below, is that Michael Koschnitzki's son-in-law Albert Lenser was born in Danzig, Germany. Albert Lenser and Augusta (Koschnitzki) Lenser also immigrated together to Pennsylvania, which means that they likely were living in or near the Danzig area together.  Albert Lenser also may have had Polish ancestry - his grandfather's name being Kupferschmidt (of unknown origin), and his grandmother's maiden name being Formella, which is of Polish origin.  It...
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