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John Dalgaty

M, #I152, b. ca. 1866, d. 07 September 1924

Family

Marriage 1 : Catherine "Kate" McInnes , b. 13 June 1873, d. 28 August 1965

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Margaret Heggie

F, #I9793, b. 28 January 1863, d. 02 April 1947

Family

Marriage 1 : James Martin

  1.    Margaret McCandlish Martin, b. 07 March 1887
  2.    Alexander Martin, b. 13 January 1889
  3.    Catherine Martin, b. 26 June 1891
  4.    Sarah Hagan Burns Martin, b. 03 August 1893
  5.    Mary Ann Brown Livingston Martin, b. 03 September 1895
  6.    Elizabeth Martin, b. 26 November 1899
  7.    James Martin, b. 20 May 1897

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William McCaulay Heggie

M, #I11644, b. bef. 1877, d. 17 August 1952

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Robert John Heggie

M, #I11646, b. 1886, d. 29 September 1887

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Harmanus Wendell

M, #I13278, b. 1678, d. ca. 15 December 1731

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna Glen , b. 1677, d. ca. 19 September 1756

  1. Jacob Harmanus Wendell, b. 22 November 1702, d. 05 September 1745

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Janneke Boutens

F, #I13462, b. ca. 1605

Family

Marriage 1 : Michiel Vermeulen m. 17 May 1626 Breskens, Oostburg, Zeeland, Netherlands, b. ca. 1602

  1. Pieter Vermeulen, b. ca. 1627

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George Manning

M, #I3650, b. 27 August 1765, d. 02 August 1840

Family

Marriage 1 : Leatha Reeves m. ca. 1801, b. 31 July 1785, d. 01 March 1832

  1. Hezekiah Manning, b. 21 April 1814, d. 25 June 1891
  2. Louise Manning, b. 15 July 1810, d. 07 March 1894
  3. Frances Harriett Manning, b. 30 March 1820
  4. Elizabeth Reeves "Betty" Manning, b. 10 June 1829, d. 02 April 1895
  5.    Nancy Manning, b. 10 February 1812, d. 31 December 1814
  6. Mauldin Reeves Manning, b. 30 October 1808, d. 17 June 1890
  7. George Sidney Manning, b. 07 December 1821, d. 18 November 1882
  8. Joseph Elgin Manning, b. 01 March 1802, d. ca. 1864
  9. Rebecca Carolina Manning, b. 16 April 1818, d. 10 September 1852
  10. William P. Manning, b. 20 April 1816
  11. Andrew Middleton Manning, b. 31 July 1826, d. 28 February 1870
  12. Walter Manning, b. 01 August 1806, d. 09 June 1889
  13. John Manning, b. 20 March 1803
  14. Theodesia Manning, b. 14 July 1804, d. FEB

Sources

  1. GEDCOM file - lissare.ged,
  2. GEDCOM File : Manning.ged,

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Hubert Glenn Manning

M, #I3845, b. 11 March 1893

Family

Marriage 1 : Susie Ida Davis , b. 21 June 1895

Sources

  1. GEDCOM file - lissare.ged,
  2. GEDCOM File : Manning.ged,

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Pitchford Parks Manning

M, #I3769, b. 09 December 1850, d. 11 May 1917

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth Angeline Wyatt , b. 06 January 1858, d. 18 July 1938

  1. Arthur Clarence Manning, b. 25 March 1878, d. 06 May 1960
  2. Jessie Lena Manning, b. 26 September 1880, d. 01 April 1968
  3. Della Iona Manning, b. 09 November 1882, d. 02 March 1958
  4. Willie Lillian Manning, b. 09 December 1884
  5.    Wyatt Manning, b. 07 March 1887, d. 21 March 1887
  6.    Claire Manning, b. 07 March 1887, d. 21 March 1887
  7. Eva Estelle Manning, b. 29 April 1888, d. 23 June 1964
  8. Mattie Lou Manning, b. 10 August 1890
  9. Frank Wyatt Manning, b. 23 April 1895, d. 19 May 1972
  10. Ula Lee Manning, b. 19 December 1897
  11. Annie Dea Manning, b. 13 September 1900, d. 29 August 1964
  12. Hubert Glenn Manning, b. 11 March 1893

Sources

  1. GEDCOM file - lissare.ged,
  2. GEDCOM File : Manning.ged,

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Augusto Amadori

M, #I15225, b. 10 October 1899, d. January 1972

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Jessie Amadori, b. 28 March 1914, d. January 1995

Notes:

Naturalized citizen 1931.

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Paul Reeves

M, #I11729, b. 29 September 1769, d. 29 April 1850

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah Ware , b. 08 March 1779

  1.    Anna Reeves, b. 29 November 1798
  2.    Ruth Reeves, b. 23 February 1801
  3.    Belinda Reeves, b. 14 September 1804
  4.    Maria Samantha Reeves, b. 27 November 1808
  5. Stephen Reeves, b. 25 June 1797, d. 1867
  6. James Harvey Reeves, b. 05 September 1802

Notes:

From family records:

"Paul Reeves left Southampton before his brother Elias came to Palmyra, going to a palce in Delaware County on the Delaware River, where he was employed as a raft builder. He left his work as a raft builder after the Long Island Colony had settled in Palmura, and traveling overland on foot with a 40 lb. pack, joined the colony in Palmra. There is an interesting story told of this jounrey while related how he on foot and another man on horseback made relatively teh same trip passing and repassing each other many times enroute. When they reached their common destination two or three days later they found Paul had made the journey on foot a day sooner than the man on horseback.

After a short stay in Palmyra, Paul returned to Delaware County, where he married Sarah Ware. He returned with his bride to East Palmyra area where he took a leading part in the early building of the settlements along Mud Creek, including schools, churches, saw and grist mills, roads, bridges, and homes. He build for Captain Galloway a saw mill which was the first built at East Palmyra. The old school house in District No. 3 was enlarged by him so it coul dbe used for church services. In 1803 he and a Gilbert Howell built and operated a saw mill and in 1804 a grist mill, at a dam near Newark.

Paul Reeves is said to have been minus his left thumb which was amputated after it was crushed. Reeves is reported to have done the amputation himself using an axe. He was at work raising a barn and was fitting a mortice in place of a heavy upright timmber when it slipped. After the amputation he wrapped it in a cloth and went back to work.

Paul Reeves had charge of the framing for the East Palmyra Presbyterian Church. It was the first frame in Western New York laid out by the square rule. It was raised on the Fourth of July, using 130 men for the operation. It is reported that every mortice, every tenon was perfect, every joint was square. It was raised without accident.

In 1816, he removed to Williamson, where he built and operated a saw mill and grist mill on the ridge one mile west of town. He and his wife are buried in the old graveyard in the east part of the Town of Williamson."

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Sarah Ware

F, #I11731, b. 08 March 1779

Family

Marriage 1 : Paul Reeves , b. 29 September 1769, d. 29 April 1850

  1.    Anna Reeves, b. 29 November 1798
  2.    Ruth Reeves, b. 23 February 1801
  3.    Belinda Reeves, b. 14 September 1804
  4.    Maria Samantha Reeves, b. 27 November 1808
  5. Stephen Reeves, b. 25 June 1797, d. 1867
  6. James Harvey Reeves, b. 05 September 1802

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Henry G. Reeves

M, #I5208, b. 24 May 1824, d. 18 March 1908

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Harriett E. Reeves

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Jacob "Johannes" Sanders Glen

M, #I13289, b. 08 October 1651, d. 02 October 1685

Family

Marriage 1 : Catrina Janse Witbeck , b. 1652

  1. Anna Glen, b. 1677, d. ca. 19 September 1756

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Anneka Webber

F, #I13317, b. ca. 1605, d. ca. 23 February 1663

Family

Marriage 1 : Roeloff Jansen m. 18 April 1623 Reformed Niew Kerk, Amsterdam, Netherlands, b. ca. 1602, d. bet. 1636 and 1637

  1. Catrina Roelofs Jansen, b. ca. 24 June 1629

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Catrina Janse Witbeck

F, #I13290, b. 1652

Family

Marriage 1 : Jacob "Johannes" Sanders Glen , b. 08 October 1651, d. 02 October 1685

  1. Anna Glen, b. 1677, d. ca. 19 September 1756

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Elizabeth Jane Clemmens

F, #I14428, b. 01 February 1850, d. 22 March 1916

Family

Marriage 1 : Abraham Wood m. 06 November 1865 Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, USA, b. 11 January 1845, d. 04 September 1927

  1.    John Milton Wood, b. 21 September 1883
  2.    Tracy Abraham Wood, b. 24 June 1885
  3.    Charles Jesse Wood, b. 02 October 1887
  4.    Mary Ann Wood, b. 12 November 1866
  5.    Francis Marion Wood, b. 06 December 1868
  6.    Susanna Elizabeth Wood, b. 11 November 1870
  7.    William Loren Wood, b. 22 September 1872
  8.    Ralph Wood, b. 11 January 1875
  9.    Alvin Leroy Wood, b. 26 April 1881

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Victor Johannes M. Vermin

M, #I7722, b. 1914, d. 1982

Family

Marriage 1 : Johanna Cornelia van Bommel , b. 21 June 1916

  1.    Robert Victor Johannes Varmin, b. [private]
  2.    Kathy Vermin
  3.    ? Varmin

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Pieterz Oostrander

M, #I13253, b. ca. 03 July 1657

Family

Marriage 1 : Rebecca Traphagen m. 19 January 1679 Dutch Church, Kingston, Dutchess County, New York, USA, b. 19 February 1662

  1. Johannes Oostrander, b. ca. 23 September 1688

Notes:

CHR: Baptismal register of the,Amsterdam Oude Lutheran Kerke:
Den dage der 3 Julius (1657 bij0 do Paulus Cordes. Pieter, Va. Pieter Carstense, moeder, gesije Jans,
getu(ijgen) Annetje Jans.)
Translation:
(Baptized) this day July 3 (2657 by) Domine Paulus Cordes: Pieter, father: Pieter Carstensen, mother:
Geesje Jans, witness: Annetje Jans)
This would confirm that Geesje Jans gave birth to a child named Pieter Pietersen who would have
been nearly four years old when the family emigrated to New Netherlands. Coupled with the origin of
Pieter Carstensen at "Nortstrant" and that sons of Pieter Ostrander were at times designated Van
Noortstrant, there is little doubt that this is Pieter Pietersen Ostrander. Source:
Christopher A. Brooks, Parentage of Pieter Pietersen Ostrander and his Sister Tryntje Pieters (New York
Genealogical and Biographical Record (July 1999) Edited article on Internet), P. 9.,

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MAR: Kingston Reformed Dutch Church records: Pieter Pieterse, j.m. of Amsterdam and Rebecca
Traphaghe, j.d. of Boswyck (Bushwyc, L. I.), both reside Westquansengh. Banns published three times
n the church. Christopher A. Brooks, Parentage of Pieter Pietersen Ostrander and his Sister Tryntje
Pieters (New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (July 1999) Edited article on Internet), P. 9.,
www.geocities.com/~cabrooks/ancestry.htm (OST HIS 001) P. 3.
HIS: The records of the Court and Secretary at Kingston in Ulster County, where Pieter Pietersen
ostrander and Tryntje Pieters lived, were checked a few entried for a Pieter Pietersen were found
between 1665 and 1668. he was a man with financial problems having trouble making ends meet.
However, in the Notrarial records at the Rijksarchief in Amsterdam provices an identify for this Pieter Pietersen:
April 1, 1658 before Notary Jacobus Hellerus:
Jan Jacobs, a bombazinworker, in the name of his son, Jacob Janss, who lives in Groot Esopus in New Netherland, takes for him into service, Pieter Pieterss, 17 years old, in order to work in agriculture there. This for 5 years, with free board, room and transportation there.

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Jeremias Van Rensselaer

M, #I13291, b. 18 May 1632, d. 12 October 1674

Family

Marriage 1 : Maria Van Cortlandt m. 12 July 1662 Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, New York, USA, b. 30 July 1645, d. 21 January 1689

  1. Hendrick Van Rensselaer, b. 23 October 1667, d. 02 July 1740

Notes:

Jeremias was the Third Director, Fourth Patroon, and Second Lord of the Manor of Rensselaerwyck. On August 3, 1654, he sailed from Holland to join his older brother, Jan Baptist, at Rensselearwyck. He returned to Holland in 1655 but came back to Rensselaerwyck in the following year. Upon the return of Jan Baptist to Holland, Jeremias assumed full control of the estate.

Maria's funeral spoon was engraved "4 Jann, Ano 1688/9" and is in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.

From American Ancestry, Columbia County:
Jeremias Van Rensselaer came from Holland to America, and succeeded his brother, Jan Baptist, as "director of the colonie," 1658. He married July 12, 1662, Maria, dau. of Oloff Stevense Van Kortlandt, who died Jan. 29, 1689, leaving two sons, the eldest of whom, Kiliaan, was the first Lord of the Manor of Rensselaerswyck, and the other, Hendrick, became first patroon of the "lower manor" of Claverack in Columbia county. From Kiliaan and Hendrick are descended the numerous members of the family in America; Jeremias, who died Oct. 12, 1674, was the son of Kiliaan Van Rensselaer, a merchant of Amsterdam, Holland, director of the Dutch West India Company of the Amsterdam chamber established in 1621, and who was sixth in descent from Henry Walters Van Rensselaer of Hemegseet, Holland, who does not appear to have ever visited America, but he is the progenitor of all the Van Rensselaers in the United States; he married 1st, Hillegonda Van Bylant, the mother of Johannes, who died without issue, 2nd, Anna Van Wely, by whom he had the following sons, Jeremias, above mentioned, Jan Baptist, the first of the family to visit the colonie, Nicolaas, the first Episcopal clergyman in Albany, and who preached in the Dutch church, 1675?1677, and was for a time director of Rensselaerswyck. Jan Baptist and Nicolaas died without male issue, Jeremias had two sons, Kiliaan and Hendrick. The crest of this historic family is an iron basket of flames, and the coat of arms the cross with the Dutch motto niemand zonder, no one without it, but some of the Albany family seem to have adopted the motto omnibus effulgemus, we shine for all. See Munsell's Collections; Munsell's Annals; O'Callaghan's History of New Netherlands.

From The Swartwout Chronicles:
As the site of Fort Orange began to be regarded about this time [1650] by the Van Rensselaers as a part of Rensselaerswijck, some of their colonists erected dwellings around it. The knowledge of this false impression having reached Director-General Stuyvesant, the circumspect official concluded that it would be well to efface it. He therefore, in 1652, peremptorily ordered the colonists to transfer the buildings beyond the range of a ball fired from a cannon on the ramparts of the fort. As a consequence, an area of ground six hundred paces north of Fort Orange, bordering the river, became in April, that year, the seat of the village (dorp) of Beverswijck (Beaver-district), which name was changed twelve years later to that of Albany.

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Hester Tjerkse

F, #I13305, b. February 1630

Family

Marriage 1 : Harmen Bastiaen Visscher , b. ca. 1619, d. ca. 1692

  1. Arriaantje Harmense Visscher

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Killiaan Van Rensselaer

M, #I13310, b. ca. 1585, d. ca. 07 October 1643

Family

Marriage 1 : Anna Van Wely m. 14 December 1627 Nieuw Kerk, Amsterdam, b. ca. 1601

  1. Jeremias Van Rensselaer, b. 18 May 1632, d. 12 October 1674

Notes:

Kiliaen was the First Patroon of Rensselaerwyck in New Netherlands. He was a minor at the death of his father and his guardians apprenticed him to his relative Wolfret Van Bijler, a diamond merchant, to be trained as a merchant. In those days the diamond trade was combined with trade in pearls, articles of luxury and rareties of every description coming from the far East through the Dutch India Company. The Dutch jewelers found a ready market for their valuable wares at the Imperial Court and smaller German Courts.

Johan Van Wely, a member of the Dutch East India Company, and a son of one of the sisters of Wolfret Van Bijler, controlled a diamond business no less important than his uncle Wolfret Van Bijler's. In 1614, Kiliaen was interested in bringing about a merger of the two firms. This was accomplished on 28 February 1614 under the name of Johan Van Wely and Company.

In 1616, Johan Van Wely was sent for by Prince Maurice to come to The Hague and bring with him some diamonds and other precious stones which the Prince wished to purchase. While awaiting the Prince, Van Wely was murdered and his body concealed under a table until it could be taken out and buried in an ashpit.

A few years after the assassination of Johan Wely the firm of Johan Van Wely and Company dissolved, Kiliaen carrying on the business under the name of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer and Company with Jacques L'Hermite as partner.

In 1609, Henry Hudson, returning from one of his western voyages, reported his discoveries of the rich resources of the valley of the Hudson river. The Dutch considered how best to develop this territory which they claimed as their own.

In 1612, their "High and Mighty Lords" the States General of Netherlands, "with the advice of the Prince of Orange", granted the Dutch West India Company a charter giving it exclusive possession and control of the great domain comprising the states of New York and New Jersey. The governing body was the College of XIX consisting of nineteen delegates from five chambers of managers located in five principal Dutch cities. The Amsterdam chamber furnished eight of the nineteen delegatesone of whom was Kiliaen Van Rensselaer. He was obliged to subscribe not less than 6,000 guilders to the company's capital.

After futile attempts at settlement of the new territory, the directors approved on 7 June 1629, a charter of Freedoms and Exemptions to "such participants of the said company as may be inclined to plant any colonies in the New Netherlands". On Monday the 19th of November, 1629, Kiliaen declared himself ready to send a colony to Fort Orange. In due time he controlled 24 miles north and south of Fort Orange and twelve miles back on either side of the river.

As early as 4 August 1632, Kiliaen wrote to his agent, Arent Van Cuyler that he was sending over a wooden model of a church and that the new church should be put on the east side of the river opposite Castle Island. He also stated that near the church there ought to be built a dwelling for the minister and one for the sexton. Rev. Johannes Megapolensis, the first minister of Rensselaerwyck, arrived in 1642 but owing to the failure of the builder to finish the house it was necessary to purchase another one for him. The house which Kiliaen had built was called "Crailo" after the Van Rensselaer estate in Holland. Some of the bricks bearing the date 1630, were made in Holland and sent over as ballast. They are very hard and of various shapes and a bright terra cotta color. A stone in the cellar wall bears the inscription "KVR 1642 Anno Domini". In 1886 an inscribed tablet was set into the cellar wall of the house reading: "Supposed to be the oldest building in the United States and to have been erected in the year 1642 as a manor house and place of defense known as "Fort Crailo". It was General Abercrombie's headquarters while [he was] marching to the attack at Fort Ticonderoga in 1758. It is said [that] at the cantonment east of the house near the old well, Richard Shuckbury composed the popular song "Yankee Doodle".

About 1615, Kiliaen caused to be placed over the leaden caskets of his father, Hendrick Van Rensselear and the latter's twin brother, Capt. Johan Van Rensselaer in the church at Nykerk an elaborate stone slab bearing the following Latin inscription: "Johan and Hendrick Van Rensselaer, twin brothers the former while he lived, captain of a company of foot soldiers and farmers, renowned for his great and many services to the republic and his country, perished at Deventer; the latter perished at Ostend at his own station holding his brave spirit to the last breath of life, having left to his descendants, his relations and connections great glory and a great longing for him. Although death overtook when performing deeds of prowess in places widely separated and remote, nevertheless Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, mindful of his filial duty to his much beloved parents and uncle has taken pains that both of his ancestors be laid to rest together under this monument". According to Kwartieren op de graftombe der Rensselaers te Nijerk Wapenheraut, 1918, pages 150, 151 the coats of arms shown on this stone are Van Rensselaer. Luxoel, Indijck, Hane(graeff), Van Wenckum, Schouten, Hell, Bylaer indicating marriages with these families.

This gravestone, which during a long period was partly hidden by a stair in the church was removed and placed in the wall next to the pulpit and at the head of the new graves of the two brothers. This was made possible by the generous contribution of Miss Florence Van Rensselaer who was asked by The Nethelands minister to America, Jonkeer van Haersma de With and the President of Netherlands Reformed Dutch Church, Herr de Graef, to unveil this stone. The unveiling took place 22 July 1938 amid a large gathering of State and Church dignitaries. Queen Wilhelmina was to have been represented by her Chancellor of State but he was called to Prague by reason of the impending war.

Source: The Van Rensselaers in Holland and America

Dictionary definition of "patroon": a person who held a large estate with manorial rights under a grant from the old Dutch governments of New York and New Jersey.

From Abstracts of Wills, vol. I, 1665?1707, in the collection of the The New York Historical Society, come this part if Kiliaen's will.
"In the name of God, Amen. Be it known to all men it may concerne, that in the year 168 6/7, on the 22 day of the month of February, about 12 of the clock at night, before me John Becker, Notary Publick, admitted by His Excelency, Thomas Dongan, Lieut. Gen., Governor, etc. Killian Van Rensselaer, Patroon of the Lordship and manor of Rensselaerwyck dwelling there at Watervliet, being sick on bed, but using and having his senses." He bequeaths his soul into the hands of God, and appoints his wife, Mrs. Anne Van Rensselaer, his executor, and his only and universal heir of all his goods and chattels, whether in this country or upon the sea, in Guilderland or elsewhere, without being obliged to give an account to the orphan masters or to his kindred. But his wife shall suffer his sister Nellie Maria, born at Newkirck, and now dwelling at Amsterdam, to have and enjoy one-half of the property, in which is included the Testator's part of the entailed estate lying beyond sea, in Guilderland. And also concerning the money that his father, deceased, hath disbursed for the Lordship and manor of Rensselaerwyck, upon which an award is made and confirmed by the Testator and Mr. Richard Van Rensselaer, and a true account is to be delivered to his sister, and his sister shall do the like to his wife, for the estate beyond sea in Netherlands. The land that is lying in the Lordship and manor of Rensselaerwyck, belonging to the Testator, shall be divided; and the part that has come to him by inheritance shall go to Hendrick Van Rensselaer, son of his uncle Jeremias Van Rensselaer, but one-half of the profits shall go to his wife for life. And of the lands he has by purchase, his sister is to have one-half the profits for life. If she die without issue, then to go to the children of Jeremias Van Rensselaer, son of John Baptist Van Rensellaer, and the children of Dr. Johanes Corlinus. The Testator's part of the ground or Toft of land in Klein Overshurst, being in the ampt, Van Bornvelt, ...

In The Annals of America, vol. I, 1493?1754, Discovering a New World, pp. 104?106, is an interesting article on the rights and privileges of patroons.

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Maria Pafraet

F, #I13332, b. 05 October 1558

Family

Marriage 1 : Hendrick Van Rensselaer, Capt. , b. ca. 1554, d. 06 June 1602

  1. Killiaan Van Rensselaer, b. ca. 1585, d. ca. 07 October 1643

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Hallie Erminie Rives

F, #I1817, b. 02 May 1878, d. aft. 1930

Family

Marriage 1 : George Post Wheeler m. 29 December 1906 Toyko, Japan (American Embassy), b. 06 August 1869, d. aft. 1930

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George Post Wheeler

M, #I1818, b. 06 August 1869, d. aft. 1930

Family

Marriage 1 : Hallie Erminie Rives m. 29 December 1906 Toyko, Japan (American Embassy), b. 02 May 1878, d. aft. 1930

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Anna Retta George

F, #I2163, b. 03 October 1827, d. 14 February 1905

Family

Marriage 1 : Hiram B. St Clear m. 25 October 1852 Andrew County, Missouri, USA, b. 1824, d. 22 May 1890

Notes:

AnnaRetta, born in Butler County OH, was about 14 when she moved with her parents to Green Co, IN about 1841, then to Andrew Co, MO about 1849. She married Hiram in Andrew Co, MO, and except for a short time across the Missouri River in Doniphan Co, KS in the late 1850s, they lived in Andrew County the rest of their lives. Hiram, whose parents were from Kentucky, was a plasterer or stone mason. They apparently never had children of their own, but in various censuses had some children living with them, including:
B. W. HUGHES, 1860 census, Doniphan Co KS
Charles ATKISON, 1860 (Doniphan Co KS) and 1870 (Andrew Co MO) censuses
Gertrude BAILY 1880 census, Andrew Co MO; Annaretta's cousin
Clara (ST CLEAR? or BAILY?), (1875-?) 1880 census, Andrew Co MO

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Charlotte Aileen Reeves

F, #I14376, b. [private]

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Eleanore Luana Reeves

F, #I12240, b. [private]

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Cicero Jasper Manning

M, #I3889, b. 07 August 1845, d. 27 September 1897

Family

Marriage 1 : Mary Elizabeth Manning , b. 06 February 1849

  1.    Charles Manning
  2. Maude Sabine Manning
  3. Homer Manning
  4. Roy Rosco Manning
  5. Fannie Lou Manning
  6. Walter Dennis Manning
  7. Ollie Mae Manning
  8.    Ethyl Manning, d. 15 May 1917
  9. Ralph Mauldin Manning, b. February 1877

Sources

  1. GEDCOM file - lissare.ged,
  2. GEDCOM File : Manning.ged,

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Corneille Seny

M, #I15110, b. 18 October 1678, d. 14 October 1763

Family

Marriage 1 : Marie Bergitta du Moulin m. 05 June 1712 B�thune, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, b. bet. 1683 and 1684, d. 16 March 1751

  1. Sara Seny, b. 12 May 1713, d. 01 January 1775

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Marie Bergitta du Moulin

F, #I15111, b. bet. 1683 and 1684, d. 16 March 1751

Family

Marriage 1 : Corneille Seny m. 05 June 1712 B�thune, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, b. 18 October 1678, d. 14 October 1763

  1. Sara Seny, b. 12 May 1713, d. 01 January 1775

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Nicolaas du Moulin

M, #I15112, b. ca. 1654, d. 07 May 1729

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Marie Bergitta du Moulin, b. bet. 1683 and 1684, d. 16 March 1751

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Frances Worsley, Lady

F, #I8506, d. 1743

Family

Marriage 1 : John Carteret, 2ndEarlGranville m. 17 October 1710 Longleat, b. 22 April 1690, d. 22 January 1763

  1.    Robert Carteret, 3rdEarlGranville
  2. Margaret Georgiana Carteret, b. 1716, d. 1780

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Andrew Job, Jr.

M, #I13815, b. 1650, d. 05 June 1722

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth Ann Vernon m. 07 November 1692 Delaware County, Pennsylvania, USA, b. 1671, d. bet. 11 March 1729 and 06 May 1731

  1.    Mary Job, b. 23 March 1696
  2.    Abraham Job, b. 22 August 1702, d. 24 October 1750
  3.    Jacob Job, b. 26 July 1694, d. 1749
  4.    Thomas Vernon Job, b. 22 November 1695, d. 1779
  5.    Enoch Job, b. 06 November 1700, d. 1732
  6.    Mary Vernon Job, b. 03 December 1686, d. 23 March 1697
  7.    Benjamin Job, b. 13 October 1693
  8. Caleb Job, b. 26 July 1704, d. 04 August 1750
  9.    Hannah Job, b. 24 October 1708, d. 07 October 1748
  10. Patience Job, b. 02 July 1710, d. 1762
  11.    Margaret Job, b. 15 October 1688
  12.    Archibald Job, b. 1706
  13. Joshua Job, b. 02 March 1706, d. 1782

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Gerald Mulford Reeves

M, #I14507, b. 10 August 1945, d. 15 April 1969

Family

Marriage 1 : Carol Olson

  1.    Tammy Reeves

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Jane McMechan

F, #I12811, d. bef. 1855

Family

Marriage 1 : Robert Hagan m. 05 October 1833 Clough Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church, County Down, Ireland

  1. Jane Hagan, b. 21 August 1834
  2. Robert Heggie, II, b. 04 December 1836
  3. Samuel Hagan, b. 10 January 1839, d. 07 November 1891

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Helen Marr Reeves

F, #I12066, b. 01 October 1888

Family

Marriage 1 : Floyd A. Coffey m. 20 August 1910 Babalu'u Island, Ontario, Canada, b. 13 September 1886

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Floyd A. Coffey

M, #I12076, b. 13 September 1886

Family

Marriage 1 : Helen Marr Reeves m. 20 August 1910 Babalu'u Island, Ontario, Canada, b. 01 October 1888

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Robert Orr

M, #I10989, b. bet. 1720 and 1740, d. 15 March 1780

Family

Marriage 1 : Charlotte Elizabeth Green

  1.    Reuben Orr, b. bef. 1760
  2.    Timothy Orr, b. bef. 1760
  3.    Bunyan Orr, b. bef. 1760
  4.    Samuel Orr
  5.    Matthew Orr
  6.    Daniel Orr
  7.    Agnes Orr
  8.    John Orr
  9. Robert Orr, Sr. Rev., b. 1758, d. 01 June 1822
  10.    Jehu Orr, b. 01 August 1763, d. 18 March 1827
  11. Christopher Orr, b. 01 October 1754, d. 05 October 1830

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Cora Estelle Skinner

F, #I5243, b. 29 July 1880, d. 12 July 1922

Family

Marriage 1 : William Franklin Reeves , b. 02 November 1869, d. 17 November 1932

  1.    Charles William Reeves, b. 1896
  2.    Walter Richard Reeves, b. 1898
  3.    Newell Wheatley Whit Reeves, b. 1899
  4.    Vernon Willie Reeves, b. 1902
  5.    Everett Watson Reeves, b. 1904, d. 1929
  6.    Luther Winford Reeves, b. 1908, d. 1911
  7.    Frank Wilton Reeves
  8.    Mary Corrine Reeves
  9.    Dorothy Louise Reeves

Sources

  1. The Reeves Registry,

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Joseph Barney, Lt.

M, #I14782, b. 09 March 1672, d. 05 February 1730

Family

Marriage 1 : Constance Davis m. 04 September 1692 Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA, b. 09 March 1673, d. 08 October 1721

  1. Daniel W. Barney, Sr. Capt., b. 20 November 1697, d. 02 February 1784

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Jesse Rogers

M, #I8825, b. bet. 1763 and 1771, d. 25 October 1857

Family

Marriage 1 : Lydia Jeffrey

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Penelope Rogers

F, #I8826, b. 05 March 1773, d. 15 February 1861

Family

Marriage 1 : Elias L. Anderson

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Arthur Duffield Reeves

M, #I1581, b. 05 April 1816, d. 13 February 1899

Family

Marriage 1 : Mary Ann "Polly" Burchett m. ca. 1851 Clinton County, Kentucky, USA, b. 05 April 1830, d. 25 October 1921

  1. Naomi Ann Reeves, b. 27 October 1852
  2.    Icil Frank Reeves, b. 13 November 1853
  3.    James Reeves, b. 13 November 1854
  4.    Elizabeth Henry Reeves, b. 25 March 1856
  5.    A. Beriah Magoffin Reeves, b. 24 September 1856, d. 08 October 1856
  6.    Susan Mary Reeves, b. 05 February 1858
  7.    Orpha Marintha Reeves, b. 09 December 1859
  8.    Edward G. Reeves, b. 11 October 1862
  9.    Richard Cooper Reeves, b. 22 December 1863, d. aft. 1921
  10.    Nancy Jane Reeves, b. 18 February 1865
  11. Lucretia "Ella" Reeves, b. 13 May 1867, d. aft. 1921
  12. Virginia Arlee Reeves, b. 14 February 1869, d. aft. 1921
  13. Myrtie Lee Reeves, b. 05 August 1873, d. aft. 1921
  14. Amelia Reeves, b. 17 February 1875, d. aft. 1921
  15. Icil "Ice" Burchett Reeves, Rep., b. 29 April 1861, d. 02 August 1934

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Hardy Pierce Reeves

M, #I9238, b. 1826, d. 1897

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah Keaton

  1.    Mary Elle Reeves, b. 1855
  2.    Mack Reeves, b. 1858
  3.    Margaret Pamelia "Maggie" Reeves, b. 26 August 1868, d. 17 August 1958
  4.    Lola L. Reeves, b. 1872
  5.    Harry Reeves, b. 1880
  6.    Jenny Lee Reeves, b. 1884
  7. Felix Johnson Reeves, b. 1882
  8. Edward Alison Reeves, b. 1878, d. 1951

Marriage 2 : Pamelia Brown m. 28 March 1850, b. 28 March 1834

  1. Margaret Permelia "Maggie" Reeves, b. 26 August 1868, d. 17 August 1958

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Grace Mae Silvis

F, #I11482, b. 28 March 1907, d. November 1987

Family

Marriage 1 : Clifford Addison "Cliff" Whitmer, Sr. , b. 06 January 1904, d. 29 April 1974

  1.    Donald Whitmer, d. bef. 2011
  2. Clifford Addison Whitmer, Jr.
  3. Eileen Whitmer, d. bef. 2011
  4. Gloria Louise Whitmer, b. 08 March 1928, d. 15 November 2005
  5. Eugene "Gene" Wayne Whitmer, Sr., b. 07 March 1946, d. 06 November 2011

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Clifford Addison "Cliff" Whitmer, Sr.

M, #I11481, b. 06 January 1904, d. 29 April 1974

Family

Marriage 1 : Grace Mae Silvis , b. 28 March 1907, d. November 1987

  1.    Donald Whitmer, d. bef. 2011
  2. Clifford Addison Whitmer, Jr.
  3. Eileen Whitmer, d. bef. 2011
  4. Gloria Louise Whitmer, b. 08 March 1928, d. 15 November 2005
  5. Eugene "Gene" Wayne Whitmer, Sr., b. 07 March 1946, d. 06 November 2011

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Irene M. Dummire

F, #I3297, b. 22 May 1901, d. 1976

Family

Marriage 1 : George Samuel McDannald m. 26 June 1920 Mount Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, USA, b. 26 January 1895, d. 21 November 1949

  1.    Loraine McDaniel, b. 1924, d. ca. 1993
  2.    Joan Roberta McDaniel, b. 23 December 1930, d. 12 December 1992
  3.    Clarence McDaniel, b. 1933, d. 1953
  4.    Dale Leroy McDaniel, b. 1936, d. 1937
  5.    Donald G. "Jiggs" McDaniel, b. 22 February 1922, d. 12 January 1993

Sources

  1. Mcdaniel.GED,
  2. 1783926.FTW (GEDCOM),
  3. Complete Family GEDCOM,

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Bertha May Davis

F, #I5401, b. January 1897

Family

Marriage 1 : Robert Jackson Leonard m. ca. 1912, b. 25 September 1886, d. 06 July 1965

  1.    Hilda Ellen Leonard, b. ca. 1913
  2.    Nevada Leonard, b. 1915
  3.    Joice L. Leonard, b. ca. 1921
  4.    Nadine Leonard, b. ca. 1923
  5.    Natalie Leonard, b. ca. 1917
  6.    Harold B. Leonard, b. ca. 1923
  7.    Virginia Lee Leonard, b. ca. 1927

Notes:

1920 Census Clay County, AR; Pollard Township; District 25; p. 296A

1930 Census Butler County, MO; Gillis Bluff Township; District 11; p. 80B

Sources

  1. 1900 Census, Butler Co, MO; Family records of Robert Jackson Leonard; Dora (Thorn) Leonard letters,
  2. 1900 Census, Butler Co, Missouri; Family records of Robert Jackson Leonard; Dora (Thorn) Leonard letters,

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Everett Albert Weeks

M, #I6692, d. 22 December 1944

Family

Marriage 1 : Dollie Varden McDannald m. 23 March 1940 Hannibal, Marion County, Missouri, USA, b. 10 November 1917

  1.    Thomas Everett Weeks, b. 13 December 1943, d. 06 July 2002

Notes:

Everett Albert Weeks married into our family. His parents in law are Nehemiah Francis McDaniel and Sarah Elizabeth "Sally (Reeves) McDaniel.

Sources

  1. Carrie Smith GEDCOM, RUBY1939,
  2. ruby1939.ged,

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