Ancestry of Cornelia Esther Ryker (1852-1925)

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William A. LaBach
311 Duke Road
Lexington, KY 40502
859-269-1868
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Ultimate Family Tree, ver 2.9
LABACH Project Version 1130
September 25, 2000

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Table of Contents

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Abeel, Beekman, Benefiel, Buchanan, Bär, Campbell, Corrothers, de Herville, DeBaun, Demaree, Demarest, Deruine, deRuine, des Marest, des Marets, Desmarest, Drabbe, Dubs, Frey, Fullenwider, Futhey, Hamensen, Harmensen, Hendricks, Holton, Jacobs, Janse, LaBach, Mandeville, McClelland, McLelland, Meet, Meyers, Rycken, Ryker, Sohier, Straitsman, Van Buytenhuysen, Van Cleave, Van Lent, Van Leyt, Vanderstraaten, Vollenweider, Wiltsee

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First Generation

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1. Cornelia Esther1 Ryker (Joseph Holton2, Samuel3, Samuel4, Gerardus5, John6 Rycken, Abraham7, Abraham8), daughter of Joseph Holton Ryker and Eliza Stuart McLelland, was born in Jefferson Co., IN December 11, 1852. Cornelia died September 14, 1925 in St. Louis, MO, at 72 years of age. Her body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN.

She married James Mayer LaBach in Jefferson Co., IN, June 23, 1870. James was born in Chambersburg, PA June 6, 1845. James was the son of Samuel Harrison Laubach and Anna Catherine Mayer. James died November 1, 1919 in Madison, IN, at 74 years of age. His body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN. James's occupation: Minister. At 25 years of age James became the father of James Oscar LaBach in Newcastle, IN, April 22, 1871. At 27 years of age James became the father of Paul Mayer LaBach in Leavenworth, IN, October 3, 1872. At 30 years of age James became the father of Anna LaBach in Amboy, IL, February 18, 1876. James Mayer LaBach served in the Union Army from Pennsylvania during the Civil War with the rank of Sergeant and participated in the battles of Gettysburg, Antietam, South Mountain, Chancellorsville and others. After the Civil War he became a Presbyterian minister and served churches in Indiana, Illinois, Kansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio. He was the Pastor of the Crittenden Presbyterian Church in Grant County, Kentucky around the turn of the century. After the Civil War he changed the spelling of his name from Laubach to LaBach for reasons not now known. Copy of obituary notice. Publication and date unknown. Clipping in papers of Paul Mayer LaBach.

DEATHS IN THE MINISTRY

Rev. James M. LaBach, D.D., of Hanover, Ind., died on Nov. 1st, after several years of invalidism, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. He was born in Chambersburg, Pa., June 6, 1845, graduated at Lane Theological Seminary and was ordained in 1870 by the Presbytery of Whitewater. His charges were at Leavenworth, Ind., Morris, Ill., Amboy, Ill., Burlington, Kan., Geneva, O., Knoxville, Tenn., Crittenden, Ky., Cincinnati North Church, Cleves, O., and Montgomery, O. He married Miss Cornelia Riker, of Hanover, Ind., who, with two sons and a grandson, survives him. A few years since they went to Hanover to make their home, where, being disabled by a fall, he was laid aside from further active service. He was a lovable, evangelical, useful man and minister, held in high esteem for his faithful and successful labors, and beloved by all who knew him.

At 18 years of age Cornelia became the mother of James Oscar LaBach in Newcastle, IN, April 22, 1871. At 19 years of age Cornelia became the mother of Paul Mayer LaBach in Leavenworth, IN, October 3, 1872. At 23 years of age Cornelia became the mother of Anna LaBach in Amboy, IL, February 18, 1876.

Cornelia Esther Ryker and James Mayer LaBach had the following children:

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child 2 i. James Oscar LaBach was born in Newcastle, IN April 22, 1871. James died September 1, 1922 in Lexington, KY, at 51 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. He married Mary Shepherd Parker in Asheville, NC, October 10, 1917. Mary was born Lexington, Fayette Co., KY October 1, 1880. Mary was the daughter of Watts Parker and Bettie Burgin. Mary died March 19, 1973 Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, at 92 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. At 38 years of age Mary became the mother of James Parker LaBach in Lexington, KY, December 10, 1918. At 40 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, October 24, 1920.

At 47 years of age James became the father of James Parker LaBach in Lexington, KY, December 10, 1918. At 49 years of age James became the father of Mary LaBach Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, October 24, 1920. Copy of obituary notice, Lexington, Kentucky, Sept. 1, 1922.

DR. J.O. LA BACH PASSES TO REST Director Of Experiment Station Public Service Laboratories Had Been Ill A Month

Dr. James Oscar LaBach, director of public service laboratories at the Kentucky Experiment Station, with which he had been connected since 1901, died at 1 o'clock this morning at his home, 128 South Ashland avenue, after a month's illness.

Dr. LaBach is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Mary Shepherd Parker of Lexington; two children; his mother Mrs. Cornelia LaBach, and a brother, Major Paul LaBach.

Professor LaBach was born in Newcastle, Ind., April 22, 1871, a son of Dr. James Mayer and Mrs. Cornelia Ryker LaBach. He was a graduate of Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., and the University of Tennessee, where he received the degree of Master of Science. He was assistant chemist in food nutrition work at the University of Tennessee from 1895 to 1897.

In 1897, Professor LaBach became chemist for the Proctor and Gamble Company in Cincinnati and remained in their employ until 1901. In that year he became chief chemist of the Kentucky Food and Drug Control Laboratories with headquarters at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Kentucky.

Professor LaBach became head of the food and drug control department in 1916, holding this position until 1918. Since 1918 he has been director of laboratories of the Kentucky State Board of Health.

Professor LaBach was a Democrat in politics, a member of the Presbyterian Church. He was author of numerous reports and bulletins published by the State of Kentucky and by the United States Government.

The funeral services will take place at the residence, 128 South Ashland Avenue, Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Rev. T.L. Settle officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in the Lexington Cemetery.

RESOLUTION OF EXPERIMENT STATION COUNCIL:

The Experiment Station council adopted the following reolutions at a called meeting Friday: "The Experiment Station staff learns with regret of the death of Professor James Oscar LaBach, for many years chief chemist of the Kentucky food and drug control laboratories and later director of the public service laboratories of the Experiment Station.

"Professor LaBach inherited from his Huguenot ancestors qualities of heart and mind which gave direction to life, endeared him to his associates and won for him an enviable position in his chosen profession. Gifted with unusual mentality, he possessed an inexhaustible fund of chemical knowledge which was at all times at the service of his associates. Well chosen reading combined with broad intelligence, a disposition of great amiability and the gift of imparting information readily and clearly made him valuable to all seeking his assistance.

"The Experiment Station staff expresses its sincere sympathy to the bereaved wife and family.

DANIEL J. HEALY ALFRED M. PETER MARY L. DIDLAKE J.D. TURNER E.S. GOOD

child 3 ii. Paul Mayer LaBach was born in Leavenworth, IN October 3, 1872. Paul died October 24, 1957 in Los Angeles, CA, at 85 years of age. His body was interred in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC. Paul's occupation: Engineer. Paul graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis and later joined the Army. He served in the Spanish-American War. While serving in World War I he was responsible for providing water supplies for railroads in France. He later worked as a civil engineer for the Rock Island Railroad.

child 4 iii. Anna LaBach was born in Amboy, IL February 18, 1876. Anna died September 27, 1878 in Burlington, KS, at 2 years of age.

Second Generation

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5. Joseph Holton2 Ryker (Samuel3, Samuel4, Gerardus5, John6 Rycken, Abraham7, Abraham8) was born in Jefferson Co., IN October 8, 1826. Joseph died July 14, 1880 in Hanover, IN, at 53 years of age. His body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN.

He married Eliza Stuart McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, November 2, 1848. Eliza was born in Jefferson Co., IN April 9, 1830. Eliza was the daughter of Robert McLelland and Esther Campbell Benefiel. Eliza died April 16, 1918 in near Hanover, IN, at 88 years of age. Her body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN. At 19 years of age Eliza became the mother of Robert Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, November 19, 1849. At 22 years of age Eliza became the mother of Cornelia Esther Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, December 11, 1852. At 25 years of age Eliza became the mother of William Edward Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, August 7, 1855. At 28 years of age Eliza became the mother of Charles Albert Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 21, 1859. At 31 years of age Eliza became the mother of John Newton Ryker in Indianapolis, IN, April 8, 1862. At 34 years of age Eliza became the mother of Margaret Emma Ryker in California, MO, December 4, 1864. At 40 years of age Eliza became the mother of Clifton James Ryker October 23, 1870.

At 23 years of age Joseph became the father of Robert Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, November 19, 1849. At 26 years of age Joseph became the father of Cornelia Esther Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, December 11, 1852. At 28 years of age Joseph became the father of William Edward Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, August 7, 1855. At 32 years of age Joseph became the father of Charles Albert Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 21, 1859. At 35 years of age Joseph became the father of John Newton Ryker in Indianapolis, IN, April 8, 1862. At 38 years of age Joseph became the father of Margaret Emma Ryker in California, MO, December 4, 1864. At 44 years of age Joseph became the father of Clifton James Ryker October 23, 1870. His biography written by my father, Parker LaBach: Joseph Holton Ryker, the son of Samuel Ryker, Jr. and Margaret Kincaid Holton, was born on the family farm near Canaan, Indiana, Oct. 8, 1826. Joseph Holton Ryker attended Hanover College, at Hanover, Indiana for a time in 1840 but had to withdraw to help his father who died in 1843, and take care of his mother and younger members of the family. He married Eliza Stewart McLeland, the daughter of Robert McLeland and Esther Benefiel, Nov. 2, 1848. After his marriage he remained on the family farm in the Canaan neighborhood until in 1878 he puchased the home on Ryker's Point across the valley south of the college. The Ryker's Point farm which he purchased near Hanover was across a deep ravine below Crowe Falls, and south of the college campus, in Sec. 13, T3N, R9E. Original patent to part of this land was issued to Christopher Harrison by the land office at Jeffersonville on Aug. 13, 1812. A patent to the SO 1/4 of Sec. 13 was issued to George Shannon at Jeffersonville on Dec. 30, 1815. Christopher Harrison sold his part to Capt. George Logan in 1817 and moved to Salem. The old brick house occupied by the Logan family for many years stood a short distance from the Ryker home. The Ryker house was a large brick English Colonial two story structure built by Prof. S. Harrison Thomson, of the Hanover College faculty, who surveyed the first "pike" from Madison to Hanover. The Ryker farm home, located on "Ryker's Point" was noted for having one of the most beautiful views of river and hills anywhere along the Ohio river. Most of the present Hanover cemetery was acquired from the western end of the Ryker farm. Joseph Holton Ryker bought the Ryker's Point farm with the expectation that he could also acquire some good river bottom land adjoining it, but this deal fell through. He found it necessary to spend a good deal of time away from home engaged in the timber buying business in order to support his family. He served in the 55th Indiana volunteers during the Civil War. He served mostly on guard duty in Kentucky, and saw no actual combat service; but exposure and other hadships of army life were too much for his none too rugged constitution and he remained in rather poor health for the remainder of his life, although he continued to work. Joseph Holton Ryker died in 1880. After his death, his widow supplemented her income from the farm by providing rooming accomodations for many Hanover College students, the last being her grandson, Carey Ryker Macdonnell, who stayed at the home on Ryker's Point during one year of preparatory work in the Academy and three of his four years of college, between 1908-1912.

Joseph Holton Ryker and Eliza Stuart McLelland had the following children:

child 6 i. Robert Samuel1 Ryker was born in Jefferson Co., IN November 19, 1849. Robert died March 24, 1922 at 72 years of age. His body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN.

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child + 1 ii. Cornelia Esther Ryker was born December 11, 1852.

child 7 iii. William Edward Ryker was born in Jefferson Co., IN August 7, 1855. William died January 24, 1925 in Ripley Co., IN, at 69 years of age. His body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN.

child 8 iv. Charles Albert Ryker was born in Jefferson Co., IN January 21, 1859. Charles died June 20, 1914 in Wichita, KS, at 55 years of age. His body was interred E. Side Cemetery, Hutchinson, KS. He married Amy Emaline Dickinson in Burlington, KS, May 9, 1883.

child 9 v. John Newton Ryker was born in Indianapolis, IN April 8, 1862. John died April 7, 1928 in St. Paul, MN, at 65 years of age.

child 10 vi. Margaret Emma Ryker was born in California, MO December 4, 1864. Margaret died May 13, 1948 in Galena, MO, at 83 years of age. Her body was interred in New City Cemetery, California, MO. She married Thomas Meade Macdonnell in Hanover, IN, July 31, 1889.

child 11 vii. Clifton James Ryker was born October 23, 1870. Clifton died in Biloxi, MS. He married Elizabeth Cooter in Hutchinson, KS, May 11, 1902.

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12. Eliza Stuart2 McLelland (Robert3, Alexander4 McClelland) was born in Jefferson Co., IN April 9, 1830. Eliza died April 16, 1918 in near Hanover, IN, at 88 years of age. Her body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN.

She married Joseph Holton Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, November 2, 1848. Joseph was born in Jefferson Co., IN October 8, 1826. Joseph was the son of Samuel Ryker, Jr. and Margaret Kincaid Holton. Joseph died July 14, 1880 in Hanover, IN, at 53 years of age. His body was interred in Hanover Cemetery, Hanover, IN. At 23 years of age Joseph became the father of Robert Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, November 19, 1849. At 26 years of age Joseph became the father of Cornelia Esther Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, December 11, 1852. At 28 years of age Joseph became the father of William Edward Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, August 7, 1855. At 32 years of age Joseph became the father of Charles Albert Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 21, 1859. At 35 years of age Joseph became the father of John Newton Ryker in Indianapolis, IN, April 8, 1862. At 38 years of age Joseph became the father of Margaret Emma Ryker in California, MO, December 4, 1864. At 44 years of age Joseph became the father of Clifton James Ryker October 23, 1870. (See Joseph Holton Ryker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 19 years of age Eliza became the mother of Robert Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, November 19, 1849. At 22 years of age Eliza became the mother of Cornelia Esther Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, December 11, 1852. At 25 years of age Eliza became the mother of William Edward Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, August 7, 1855. At 28 years of age Eliza became the mother of Charles Albert Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 21, 1859. At 31 years of age Eliza became the mother of John Newton Ryker in Indianapolis, IN, April 8, 1862. At 34 years of age Eliza became the mother of Margaret Emma Ryker in California, MO, December 4, 1864. At 40 years of age Eliza became the mother of Clifton James Ryker October 23, 1870.

Third Generation

13. Samuel3 Ryker, Jr. (Samuel4, Gerardus5, John6 Rycken, Abraham7, Abraham8) was born in Shelby Co., KY February 7, 1806. Samuel died June 24, 1843 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 37 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN.

He married Margaret Kincaid Holton in Jefferson Co., IN, September 15, 1825. Margaret was born Buncombe Co., NC October 26, 1805. Margaret was the daughter of Joseph Holton and Margaret Corrothers. Margaret died September 6, 1887 in Linneus, MO, at 81 years of age. Her body was interred in Bethel Church Cemetery, Linneus, MO. At 20 years of age Margaret became the mother of Joseph Holton Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, October 8, 1826. At 22 years of age Margaret became the mother of John Franklin Ryker in Canaan, IN, September 25, 1828. At 25 years of age Margaret became the mother of Mary Ellen Ryker March 22, 1831. At 27 years of age Margaret became the mother of William H. Ryker October 15, 1833. At 30 years of age Margaret became the mother of Sarah Anne Ryker February 10, 1836. At 33 years of age Margaret became the mother of Amanda Jane Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 12, 1839. At 35 years of age Margaret became the mother of Margaret Caroline Ryker August 1, 1841.

Samuel's occupation: Physician. At 20 years of age Samuel became the father of Joseph Holton Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, October 8, 1826. At 22 years of age Samuel became the father of John Franklin Ryker in Canaan, IN, September 25, 1828. At 25 years of age Samuel became the father of Mary Ellen Ryker March 22, 1831. At 27 years of age Samuel became the father of William H. Ryker October 15, 1833. At 30 years of age Samuel became the father of Sarah Anne Ryker February 10, 1836. At 32 years of age Samuel became the father of Amanda Jane Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 12, 1839. At 35 years of age Samuel became the father of Margaret Caroline Ryker August 1, 1841.

Samuel Ryker, Jr. and Margaret Kincaid Holton had the following children:

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child + 5 i. Joseph Holton2 Ryker was born October 8, 1826.

child 14 ii. John Franklin Ryker was born in Canaan, IN September 25, 1828. John died January 19, 1892 in Cedar Rapids, IA, at 63 years of age. He married Ann Rebecca Mitchell in Cedar Rapids, IA, October 11, 1849.

child 15 iii. Mary Ellen Ryker was born March 22, 1831. Mary died 1890 at 59 years of age. She married George W. McLaughlin January 17, 1850.

child 16 iv. William H. Ryker was born October 15, 1833. William died March 3, 1880 in Montgomery Co., IN, at 46 years of age.

child 17 v. Sarah Anne Ryker was born February 10, 1836. Sarah died March 16, 1880 in Linneus, MO, at 44 years of age. She married John W. Benefiel December 4, 1856.

child 18 vi. Amanda Jane Ryker was born in Jefferson Co., IN January 12, 1839. Amanda died January 27, 1911 Medicine Lodge, KS, at 72 years of age. She married William Harvey Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, February 18, 1858. William was born Boone Co., IN December 17, 1837. William was the son of Samuel M. Benefiel and Elizabeth Caldwell. William died November 27, 1913 Medicine Lodge, KS, at 75 years of age.

child 19 vii. Margaret Caroline Ryker was born August 1, 1841. Margaret died September 6, 1887 at 46 years of age. She married Samuel A. McClelland in Jefferson Co., IN, January 24, 1860.

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20. Margaret Kincaid3 Holton (Joseph4, Francis5, Francis6) was born Buncombe Co., NC October 26, 1805. Margaret died September 6, 1887 in Linneus, MO, at 81 years of age. Her body was interred in Bethel Church Cemetery, Linneus, MO.

She married Samuel Ryker Jr. in Jefferson Co., IN, September 15, 1825. Samuel was born in Shelby Co., KY February 7, 1806. Samuel was the son of Samuel Ryker and Barbara Fullenwider. Samuel died June 24, 1843 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 37 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN. Samuel's occupation: Physician. At 20 years of age Samuel became the father of Joseph Holton Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, October 8, 1826. At 22 years of age Samuel became the father of John Franklin Ryker in Canaan, IN, September 25, 1828. At 25 years of age Samuel became the father of Mary Ellen Ryker March 22, 1831. At 27 years of age Samuel became the father of William H. Ryker October 15, 1833. At 30 years of age Samuel became the father of Sarah Anne Ryker February 10, 1836. At 32 years of age Samuel became the father of Amanda Jane Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 12, 1839. At 35 years of age Samuel became the father of Margaret Caroline Ryker August 1, 1841. (See Samuel Ryker, Jr. for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 20 years of age Margaret became the mother of Joseph Holton Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, October 8, 1826. At 22 years of age Margaret became the mother of John Franklin Ryker in Canaan, IN, September 25, 1828. At 25 years of age Margaret became the mother of Mary Ellen Ryker March 22, 1831. At 27 years of age Margaret became the mother of William H. Ryker October 15, 1833. At 30 years of age Margaret became the mother of Sarah Anne Ryker February 10, 1836. At 33 years of age Margaret became the mother of Amanda Jane Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, January 12, 1839. At 35 years of age Margaret became the mother of Margaret Caroline Ryker August 1, 1841.

21. Robert3 McLelland (Alexander4 McClelland) was born in Kentucky February 14, 1792. Robert died July 15, 1855 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN.

He married Esther Campbell Benefiel in Clark Co., KY, January 3, 1814. Esther was born in Kentucky January 2, 1793. Esther was the daughter of George Eli Benefiel and Mary Buchanan. Esther died March 29, 1872 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 79 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN. At 21 years of age Esther became the mother of William Eli McLelland in IN, September 21, 1814. At 23 years of age Esther became the mother of Isabel F. McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, May 16, 1816. At 27 years of age Esther became the mother of James H. McLelland January 7, 1820. Esther became the mother of George W. McLelland ca 1822. At 31 years of age Esther became the mother of Robert Newton McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 11, 1824. At 34 years of age Esther became the mother of Cynthia McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 1, 1827. At 37 years of age Esther became the mother of Eliza Stuart McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, April 9, 1830.

At 22 years of age Robert became the father of William Eli McLelland in IN, September 21, 1814. At 24 years of age Robert became the father of Isabel F. McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, May 16, 1816. At 27 years of age Robert became the father of James H. McLelland January 7, 1820. Robert became the father of George W. McLelland ca 1822. At 32 years of age Robert became the father of Robert Newton McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 11, 1824. At 35 years of age Robert became the father of Cynthia McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 1, 1827. At 38 years of age Robert became the father of Eliza Stuart McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, April 9, 1830.

Robert McLelland and Esther Campbell Benefiel had the following children:

child 22 i. Mary Ann2 McLelland. She married Thomas Dunn in Jefferson Co., IN, October 29, 1840. Thomas became the father of Mary Ellen Dunn ca 1849.

Mary became the mother of Mary Ellen Dunn ca 1849.

child 23 ii. Martha McLelland. She married William Hamilton.

child 24 iii. Samuel A. McLelland. He married Margaret Caroline Ryker.

child 25 iv. William Eli McLelland was born in IN September 21, 1814. William died January 1, 1901 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 86 years of age. His body was interred in Springdale Cemetery, Madison, IN. He married Elizabeth F. Wilkerson in Jefferson Co., IN, July 19, 1834.

child 26 v. Isabel F. McLelland was born in Jefferson Co., IN May 16, 1816. Isabel died February 2, 1895 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 78 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN. She married Wesley McCoy May 25, 1837. Wesley was born in Jefferson Co., IN July 20, 1812. Wesley was the son of John McCoy. Wesley died April 14, 1863 at 50 years of age. At 25 years of age Wesley became the father of Mary Frances McCoy May 8, 1838. At 29 years of age Wesley became the father of Sara Jane "Jennie" McCoy October 6, 1841. At 31 years of age Wesley became the father of Amanda Eliza McCoy November 3, 1843. At 33 years of age Wesley became the father of George Thomas McCoy January 8, 1846. At 35 years of age Wesley became the father of Martha Ellen McCoy August 6, 1847. At 37 years of age Wesley became the father of William Newton McCoy October 19, 1849. At 39 years of age Wesley became the father of Louesa Esther McCoy November 18, 1851. At 42 years of age Wesley became the father of James Robert McCoy October 12, 1854. At 44 years of age Wesley became the father of John Charles McCoy November 26, 1856. At 47 years of age Wesley became the father of Edward Henry Harrison McCoy August 6, 1859.

At 21 years of age Isabel became the mother of Mary Frances McCoy May 8, 1838. At 25 years of age Isabel became the mother of Sara Jane "Jennie" McCoy October 6, 1841. At 27 years of age Isabel became the mother of Amanda Eliza McCoy November 3, 1843. At 29 years of age Isabel became the mother of George Thomas McCoy January 8, 1846. At 31 years of age Isabel became the mother of Martha Ellen McCoy August 6, 1847. At 33 years of age Isabel became the mother of William Newton McCoy October 19, 1849. At 35 years of age Isabel became the mother of Louesa Esther McCoy November 18, 1851. At 38 years of age Isabel became the mother of James Robert McCoy October 12, 1854. At 40 years of age Isabel became the mother of John Charles McCoy November 26, 1856. At 43 years of age Isabel became the mother of Edward Henry Harrison McCoy August 6, 1859.

child 27 vi. James H. McLelland was born January 7, 1820. James died August 19, 1836 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 16 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN.

child 28 vii. George W. McLelland was born ca 1822. He married Elizabeth Hamilton. Her body was interred Crown Heights Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.

child 29 viii. Robert Newton McLelland was born in Jefferson Co., IN March 11, 1824. Robert died August 11, 1899 Van Buren Co., IA, at 75 years of age. He married Charity Ann Smith in Jefferson Co., IN, September 11, 1845. Charity was born Owen Co., KY November 21, 1827. Charity was the daughter of Archer "Archie" Smith and Cynthia Robins Conway. Charity died March 14, 1892 Van Buren Co., IA, at 64 years of age. At 18 years of age Charity became the mother of Cynthia Esther McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, July 11, 1846. At 20 years of age Charity became the mother of Mary Elizabeth McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 26, 1848. At 22 years of age Charity became the mother of William Eli McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, June 5, 1850. At 28 years of age Charity became the mother of Newton Edward McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, March 28, 1856. At 30 years of age Charity became the mother of Martha Fannie McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, 1858. At 34 years of age Charity became the mother of Alma McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, August, 1862. At 36 years of age Charity became the mother of Charles G. McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, 1864. At 39 years of age Charity became the mother of Guy McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, September, 1867.

At 22 years of age Robert became the father of Cynthia Esther McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, July 11, 1846. At 24 years of age Robert became the father of Mary Elizabeth McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 26, 1848. At 26 years of age Robert became the father of William Eli McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, June 5, 1850. At 32 years of age Robert became the father of Newton Edward McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, March 28, 1856. At 34 years of age Robert became the father of Martha Fannie McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, 1858. At 38 years of age Robert became the father of Alma McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, August, 1862. At 40 years of age Robert became the father of Charles G. McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, 1864. At 43 years of age Robert became the father of Guy McLelland Van Buren Co., IA, September, 1867.

child 30 ix. Cynthia McLelland was born in Jefferson Co., IN March 1, 1827. Cynthia died September 29, 1905 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 78 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN. She married Charles W. Loring.

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child + 12 x. Eliza Stuart McLelland was born April 9, 1830.

31. Esther Campbell3 Benefiel (George Eli4, Andrew Lee5) was born in Kentucky January 2, 1793. Esther died March 29, 1872 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 79 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN.

She married Robert McLelland in Clark Co., KY, January 3, 1814. Robert was born in Kentucky February 14, 1792. Robert was the son of Alexander McClelland and Isabella Futhey. Robert died July 15, 1855 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN. At 22 years of age Robert became the father of William Eli McLelland in IN, September 21, 1814. At 24 years of age Robert became the father of Isabel F. McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, May 16, 1816. At 27 years of age Robert became the father of James H. McLelland January 7, 1820. Robert became the father of George W. McLelland ca 1822. At 32 years of age Robert became the father of Robert Newton McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 11, 1824. At 35 years of age Robert became the father of Cynthia McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 1, 1827. At 38 years of age Robert became the father of Eliza Stuart McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, April 9, 1830. (See Robert McLelland for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 21 years of age Esther became the mother of William Eli McLelland in IN, September 21, 1814. At 23 years of age Esther became the mother of Isabel F. McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, May 16, 1816. At 27 years of age Esther became the mother of James H. McLelland January 7, 1820. Esther became the mother of George W. McLelland ca 1822. At 31 years of age Esther became the mother of Robert Newton McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 11, 1824. At 34 years of age Esther became the mother of Cynthia McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, March 1, 1827. At 37 years of age Esther became the mother of Eliza Stuart McLelland in Jefferson Co., IN, April 9, 1830.

Fourth Generation

32. Samuel4 Ryker (Gerardus5, John6 Rycken, Abraham7, Abraham8) was born in Closter, NJ November 4, 1769. Samuel died 1833 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in family cemetery near Canaan, Jefferson Co., IN.

He married twice. He married Barbara Fullenwider in Jefferson Co., KY, May 5, 1790. Barbara was born 1771. Barbara was the daughter of Henry Fullenwider and Barbara. Barbara died June 19, 1829 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 57 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN. At 19 years of age Barbara became the mother of Peter Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, June 28, 1791. Barbara became the mother of William Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1792. At 21 years of age Barbara became the mother of Rachel Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, February 12, 1793. Barbara became the mother of John J. Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1795. Barbara became the mother of Anna Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1797. Barbara became the mother of Martha Jane Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1799. Barbara became the mother of Jacob Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1802. Barbara became the mother of Deborah Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1804. At 34 years of age Barbara became the mother of Samuel Ryker, Jr. in Shelby Co., KY, February 7, 1806. Barbara became the mother of Amy Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1808. He married Margaret Corrothers in Jefferson Co., IN, May 4, 1830. Margaret became the mother of Elizabeth Holton ca 1802. Margaret became the mother of Margaret Kincaid Holton Buncombe Co., NC, October 26, 1805.

At 21 years of age Samuel became the father of Peter Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, June 28, 1791. Samuel became the father of William Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1792. At 23 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, February 12, 1793. Samuel became the father of John J. Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1795. Samuel became the father of Anna Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1797. Samuel became the father of Martha Jane Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1799. Samuel became the father of Jacob Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1802. Samuel became the father of Deborah Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1804. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Ryker, Jr. in Shelby Co., KY, February 7, 1806. Samuel became the father of Amy Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1808.

Samuel Ryker and Barbara Fullenwider had the following children:

child 33 i. Peter3 Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY June 28, 1791. Peter died January 22, 1875 in Ripley Co., IN, at 83 years of age. His body was interred Bethel Cemetery, Jennings Co., IN. He married three times. He married Susanna Caplinger. Susanna died July 10, 1825. He married Sarah Lewis. Sarah died July 6, 1856. He married Mary (Lewis) Willson.

child 34 ii. William Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1792.

child 35 iii. Rachel Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY February 12, 1793. Rachel died March 12, 1831 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 38 years of age. She married John Weatherford in Shelby Co., KY, February 28, 1811.

child 36 iv. John J. Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1795. John died ca 1824 in Indiana. He married Nancy Ledgerwood in Jefferson Co., IN, March 2, 1816. Nancy died 1836.

child 37 v. Anna Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1797. Anna died ca 1820. She married George Washington Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, August 12, 1816. George was born in Shelby Co., KY January 8, 1795. George was the son of George Eli Benefiel and Mary Buchanan. George died April 14, 1854 New Market, IN, at 59 years of age. At 22 years of age George became the father of James Harvey Benefiel 1817. At 24 years of age George became the father of Samuel Ryker Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, February 21, 1819. At 31 years of age George became the father of Sarah Ann Benefiel 1826. At 32 years of age George became the father of Martha Jane Benefiel September 1, 1827. At 34 years of age George became the father of Mary Buchanan Benefiel 1829. At 36 years of age George became the father of Martha Jane Benefiel 1831. At 37 years of age George became the father of Elizabeth S. Benefiel in IN, November 20, 1832. At 39 years of age George became the father of Eliza Ellen Benefiel 1834. At 41 years of age George became the father of William Henry Benefiel November 7, 1836. At 43 years of age George became the father of Lydia Benefiel 1838. At 46 years of age George became the father of Amanda Hester Benefiel 1841. At 48 years of age George became the father of Julia Eastman Benefiel 1843. At 50 years of age George became the father of George Washington Benefiel 1845. At 52 years of age George became the father of Harriet Newell Benefiel 1847.

At 20 years of age Anna became the mother of James Harvey Benefiel 1817. At 21 years of age Anna became the mother of Samuel Ryker Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, February 21, 1819.

child 38 vi. Martha Jane Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1799. Martha died before October, 1832. She married Samuel Caplinger September 18, 1817.

child 39 vii. Jacob Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1802. Jacob died before October, 1832. He married Mary Jane Bergen in Jefferson Co., IN, June 7, 1821.

child 40 viii. Deborah Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1804. Her body was interred in Old Round Pairie Cemetery, Yellow Springs Twp., Lee Co., IA. She married George W. Bergen 1818.

child + 13 ix. Samuel Ryker, Jr. was born February 7, 1806.

child 41 x. Amy Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1808. Amy died July 13, 1845 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 37 years of age. She married Robert Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, May 12, 1831. Robert was born in Kentucky November 29, 1787. Robert was the son of George Eli Benefiel and Mary Buchanan. Robert died April 8, 1860 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 72 years of age. At 27 years of age Robert became the father of Ruthann Benefiel 1815. At 29 years of age Robert became the father of George W. Benefiel 1817. At 32 years of age Robert became the father of John Benefiel January 18, 1820. At 34 years of age Robert became the father of Clark Benefiel 1822. At 37 years of age Robert became the father of Robert N. Benefiel 1825. At 41 years of age Robert became the father of William B. Benefiel December 8, 1828. At 44 years of age Robert became the father of Nancy Esther Benefiel July 25, 1832. At 45 years of age Robert became the father of Jesse Baxter Benefiel 1833. At 48 years of age Robert became the father of Amanda Jane Benefiel 1836. At 50 years of age Robert became the father of Margaret Eliza Benefiel 1838. At 55 years of age Robert became the father of Barbara Ann Benefiel 1843. At 57 years of age Robert became the father of Mary Benefiel June 17, 1845. At 57 years of age Robert became the father of Sarah Benefiel June 17, 1845.

At 24 years of age Amy became the mother of Nancy Esther Benefiel July 25, 1832. At 25 years of age Amy became the mother of Jesse Baxter Benefiel 1833. At 28 years of age Amy became the mother of Amanda Jane Benefiel 1836. At 30 years of age Amy became the mother of Margaret Eliza Benefiel 1838. At 35 years of age Amy became the mother of Barbara Ann Benefiel 1843. At 36 years of age Amy became the mother of Mary Benefiel June 17, 1845. At 36 years of age Amy became the mother of Sarah Benefiel June 17, 1845.

42. Barbara4 Fullenwider (Henry5, Jacob6 Vollenweider, Ulrich7, Gorius8) was born 1771. Barbara died June 19, 1829 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 57 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN.

She married Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., KY, May 5, 1790. Samuel was born in Closter, NJ November 4, 1769. Samuel was the son of Gerardus Ryker and Rachel Demaree. Samuel died 1833 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in family cemetery near Canaan, Jefferson Co., IN. At 21 years of age Samuel became the father of Peter Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, June 28, 1791. Samuel became the father of William Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1792. At 23 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, February 12, 1793. Samuel became the father of John J. Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1795. Samuel became the father of Anna Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1797. Samuel became the father of Martha Jane Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1799. Samuel became the father of Jacob Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1802. Samuel became the father of Deborah Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1804. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Ryker, Jr. in Shelby Co., KY, February 7, 1806. Samuel became the father of Amy Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1808. (See Samuel Ryker for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 19 years of age Barbara became the mother of Peter Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, June 28, 1791. Barbara became the mother of William Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1792. At 21 years of age Barbara became the mother of Rachel Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, February 12, 1793. Barbara became the mother of John J. Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1795. Barbara became the mother of Anna Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1797. Barbara became the mother of Martha Jane Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1799. Barbara became the mother of Jacob Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1802. Barbara became the mother of Deborah Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1804. At 34 years of age Barbara became the mother of Samuel Ryker, Jr. in Shelby Co., KY, February 7, 1806. Barbara became the mother of Amy Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1808.

43. Joseph4 Holton (Francis5, Francis6) was born in York Co., PA circa 1761. Joseph died 1805 Buncombe Co., NC, at 44 years of age.

He married twice. He married unknown before 1790. Unknown became the mother of Francis Holton ca 1784. He married Margaret Corrothers in Cabarrus Co., NC, May 25, 1795. Margaret became the mother of Elizabeth Holton ca 1802. Margaret became the mother of Margaret Kincaid Holton Buncombe Co., NC, October 26, 1805.

Joseph became the father of Francis Holton ca 1784. Joseph became the father of Elizabeth Holton ca 1802. At 44 years of age Joseph became the father of Margaret Kincaid Holton Buncombe Co., NC, October 26, 1805. The name of his Joseph Holton's first wife is not known. He had more children than I have listed but their number and their names are not known. He was taxed in York Co., PA in 1782 and apparently moved to North Carolina shortly thereafter.

Joseph Holton and unknown had the following child:

child 44 i. Francis3 Holton was born ca 1784.

Joseph Holton and Margaret Corrothers had the following children:

child 45 ii. Elizabeth Holton was born ca 1802. She married Hance Hamilton.

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child + 20 iii. Margaret Kincaid Holton was born October 26, 1805.

46. Margaret4 Corrothers birth date unknown.

She married twice. She married Joseph Holton in Cabarrus Co., NC, May 25, 1795. Joseph was born in York Co., PA circa 1761. Joseph was the son of Francis Holton and Mary. Joseph died 1805 Buncombe Co., NC, at 44 years of age. Joseph became the father of Francis Holton ca 1784. Joseph became the father of Elizabeth Holton ca 1802. At 44 years of age Joseph became the father of Margaret Kincaid Holton Buncombe Co., NC, October 26, 1805. She married Samuel Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, May 4, 1830. Samuel was born in Closter, NJ November 4, 1769. Samuel was the son of Gerardus Ryker and Rachel Demaree. Samuel died 1833 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in family cemetery near Canaan, Jefferson Co., IN. At 21 years of age Samuel became the father of Peter Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, June 28, 1791. Samuel became the father of William Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1792. At 23 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, February 12, 1793. Samuel became the father of John J. Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1795. Samuel became the father of Anna Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1797. Samuel became the father of Martha Jane Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1799. Samuel became the father of Jacob Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1802. Samuel became the father of Deborah Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1804. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Ryker, Jr. in Shelby Co., KY, February 7, 1806. Samuel became the father of Amy Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1808.

Margaret became the mother of Elizabeth Holton ca 1802. Margaret became the mother of Margaret Kincaid Holton Buncombe Co., NC, October 26, 1805. Margaret Holton moved to Ripley Co., IN about 1820. She receeived 80 acres from the U.S. government there in 1821.

47. Alexander4 McClelland was born in Sussex Co., NJ January 16, 1762. Alexander died 1836 in Montgomery Co., KY, at 74 years of age.

He married Isabella Futhey in Lexington, KY, circa 1790. Isabella was the daughter of Robert Futhey. Isabella became the mother of Alexander McLelland in Montgomery Co., KY. Isabella became the mother of Robert McLelland in Kentucky, February 14, 1792.

Alexander became the father of Alexander McLelland in Montgomery Co., KY. At 30 years of age Alexander became the father of Robert McLelland in Kentucky, February 14, 1792. Alexander McLelland served in the Revolutionary War in Kentucky under Gen. George Rogers Clark. At that time he was a resident of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He later moved to Fayette County, Kentucky and then Montgomery County, Kentucky according to his pension application. He is listed in the first (1797) tax list of Montgomery County, Kentucky. The 1810 Census of Montgomery County, Kentucky spells his name Alexander McCleland and lists him with one free while male under 10, one 16 to 26, and one over 45. It lists one free white female under 10, one 10 to 16, one 16 to 26, and one over 45. It would seem likely he had 2 male children and three female children. No slaves or other persons are listed for him in the 1810 Census. He died testate but did not name all of his children in his Will. His rejected pension application made in 1834 follows: PENSION APPLICATION OF ALEXANDER McCLELLAND

Alexander McClelland National Pension No. 6620 Application Date: 7 July 1834 Rejected: 22 August 1836 Cause noted in 1858: not 6 months service

State of Kentucky ) County of Montgomery ) SS.

On this 7th day of July 1831+ personally appeared in open court before the Montgomery County Court, now sitting, Alexander McClelland, a resident of said county in the State aforesaid aged seventy two years who being duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath, make the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th 1832.

That he entered the service of the U. States under the following named officers, and served as herein stated: He was a volunteer from Fayette County, Pennsylvania, then the county of his residence. He entered the service as a private under Capt. Edward Stewart of the Pennsylvania Militia on the 1st of July 1781 as nearly as now recollects, and proceeded to the place of rendezvous on the Monongahela river, called in that day the New Store. Our company was a small one consisting of about thirty five men. We had no lieutenant. Our Ensign was a Mr. McDonald. We were also without a major belonging to the Militia, but we had a major of the Regiment by the name of Malis (Wales or Whaley?). Morgan was our Colonel and Clarke of Virginia our General. At this time I do not recollect Morgan's Christian name, but distinctly that he was known in camp by the name of old Cuff Morgan. From the New Store (where the troops remained something like two weeks preparing) we proceeded down the river in boats to M'Key's (Kerr's) Island — opposite the mouth of Shisler Creek about three miles below Pittsburg. We remained here near two weeks and while there three regulars, whilst on the river a short distance from where the Army lay, were killed by the Indians. We then proceeded to Wheeling and were detained there for several days. At that place we were joined by some troops who came by land from the Red Stone Country, but a considerable number of our men deserted about the same time. From there we went down the Ohio to Louisville where we arrived on the 1st of August. While in Louisville Captain Tipton and Captain Chaplain of the Regulars were killed by the Indians. These officers, when attacked, were riding to a station in the neighborhood. They were tomahawked and scalped. I assisted in burying them. By the time we reached Louisville our numbers which when at Miker's Island must have exceeded six hundred men, was diminished by sickness and desertion to such a degree that Gen. Clarke found it impracticable to proceed on his intended expedition which was — as understood by the troops — to penetrate the Indian Country north of the Ohio as far, if possible, as Sandusky, and then to march by land to Pittsburg. The General, having asserted himself unsuccessfully to raise in Kentucky the forces necessary for his expedition, finally abandoned it, and resolved to disband his troops — with the exception of the Regulars. The Officers of the Militia were accordingly discharged about the 1st of October and the privates permitted to return with an understanding that they should draw pay and rations up to the time of their actual arrival at home. The second day after I left Louisville I was taken ill of a fever from which I was compelled to stop. I lay nine weeks about a mile from Bardstown — at a Mr. Thomas Cunningham's from whence I was removed by Thomas Norton to Bardstown where I was confined about the same length of time. This disease ultimately located itself in my left leg —from which I experience pain and inconvenience even at this day. My affliction was such that I found myself wholly disabled from undertaking my journey homewards until about the 1st of October 1782, when I left Kentucky, and reached home on the 29th of the same month. A short time after my arrival at home, I received from Capt. Kannon, the successor of Capt. Stewart who had been killed in Crawford's defeat, my written discharge. This paper, to the best of my recollection, was forwarded to some Virginia Land Office, and has never been heard of by me since. I have no documentary evidence in my possession which will show, nor do I know of any person whose testimony I can procure, who can testify to my service, as above set forth.

1. I was born in Sussex County, New Jersey, about a hundred miles above Philadelphia, on the 16th of January 1762.

2. I have a record of my age now at my house taken from the family record of my father.

3. I was living in Fayette County in the State of Pennsylvania when called into service. A few years after the close of the Revolutionary War I removed to Fayette County in the State of Kentucky. Whence I removed to Montgomery County in the latter State in 1795 — where I now reside, and have resided ever since.

4. As stated in the foregoing part of this statement, I entered the service as a volunteer.

5. I recollect the names of Captain Ben Whaley, Lieutenant James Paul, Major Wales, Captains Tipton and Capt. Chaplain and Colonel Crohith (?) as among the officers on the expedition.

6. I did, as above set forth, receive a discharge, and it was disposed of as previous stated.

7. I am known in my neighborhood by John McCormack and Samuel McCormack, who. can testify as to my veracity, and their belief of my services as a soldier of the Revolution.

He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present, and declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll of the Agency of any State.

Sworn to and subscribed this day and year aforesaid.

his Alexander C McClelland mark

Mr. Samuel McCormack, a Clergyman residing in Montgomery County and John McCormack residing in the same county, hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Alexander McClelland, who has subscribed and sworn to the above declaration, that we believe him to be seventy two years of age, that he is reputed and believed in the neighborhood to have been a soldier of the Revolution and that we concur in that opinion. (signed) Samuel N. McCormick John McCormick

Sworn and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

And the said Court do hereby declare their opinion, after the investigation of the matter and after the interregation prescribed by the War Department that the above named applicant was a Revolutionary soldier and served as he states. And the Court further certifies that it appears to them that Samuel McCormack who has signed the preceding certificate is a clergyman resident in Montgomery County; that John McCormack who has also signed the same is a resident of the same county and is a credible person and that their statement is entitled to evidence.

I, Micajah Harrison, Clerk of the Montgomery County Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing contains the original proceedings of the said Court, in the matter of the application of Alexander McClelland for pension.

In testimony whereof, I unto set my hand and seal of office, this 7th July 1834.

(signed) M. Harrison, Clk

From a newspaper clipping probably from an Indianapolis, Indiana newspaper about 1908 we learn Alexander McClelland was a page in the Continental Congress:

George Edward McLeland, who lives at 2526 North Jersey Street, does not have much use for a pen, inasmuch as he is not yet five years old, but he nevertheless has the most interesting pen in Indianapolis. It is the one with which Benjamin Franklin signed the Declaration of Independence. His grandfather, Capt. George W. McLeland received it from his grandfather, Alexander McLeland, who was a page in the Continental Congress. "Grandfather was a page in that historic Congress" said the youthful George's eight-six-year-old grandfather to-day, "and he was nicknamed 'Sandy' by its members. He gave me this pen which is made of a wild turkey feather, when I last saw him at our home down in Jefferson county, in 1831. You see, I was only a shaver, about as big as young George, there, when he gave it to me. Her told me that all the men who signed the Declaration of Independence did not use the same pen, and that when Franklin signed it he turned to him and said: 'Here, Sandy, you take this and keep it, and now run along and tell the sexton to ring the bell,' and he then, with the pen in his hand, hastened out to the old man at the bell, and the first music of liberty rang out on the air. My grandfather lived to be eighty-five years old and now that I have passed that milestone and my days are numbered, I pass the old relic down two generations. I came very near, however, turning it over to the old liberty bell people when the bell was in Indianapolis a few years ago." George Edward McLeland, the present owner of the pen, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McLeland. The McLelands are one of the best known of the old families of Jefferson County.

A transcription of the Will of Alexander McClelland provided to me by Charles Easterberg follows:

Montgomery County Kentucky State. This my last will and testament made this 4th day of June, one thousand eight-hundred and thirty six, being clothed in my right mind. 1st That John McCormick is to have the benefit of three hundred and forty three dollars and forty seven cent money in said McCormick hands, also the benefit of one note on George W. and John W. Tate for one hundred dollars due the first day of March next, for which the said McCormick is to pay six per cent interest on said money during the life of the subscriber and his wife, Elizabeth. Further, the said McCormick binds himself to appropriate the interest of said money to the support of said subscriber and wife during their lifetimes and should the interest be insufficient he is to appropriate such part of the principle as may be necessary for their benefit. It is also understood that the above $343.47 is to bear interest from the first day of March 1836. I do also will and bequeath to my daughter Ruth McCormick one bed and furniture at my decease. I further bequeath my Bible to my son Alexander McClelland. It is also my will and request that my wife Elizabeth is to have my mare her lifetime if she choose and should the mare have a colt next spring, my will is that John McCormick son of Alexander is to have it. Also I will and bequeath all my moveable effects (after my debts is paid) to my wife Elizabeth during her lifetime. In Witness hereof I hereunto set my hand and seal. Att

his Herryman Tomlinson Alexander "C" McClelland Sixan Covey mark

State of Kentucky) Montgomery County)Sct. August Court 1836

A writing purporting to be the last Will and testament of Alexander McClelland Dec'd was this day produced in open court and proven by the oaths of Herryman Tomlinson and Sixan Covey witnesses these subscribed, to be his note and deed, which was examined, approved and ordered to be recorded which is done accordingly.

Att M. Harrison

Alexander McClelland and Isabella Futhey had the following children:

child 48 i. Alexander3 McLelland was born in Montgomery Co., KY. This may be the Alexander McLelland who settled in Putname County, Indiana. He inherited the family Bible the whereabouts of which are unknown.

child 49 ii. Ruth McLelland. She married John McCormick. Ruth McLelland may have also been married to Harvey Sydener.

child 50 iii. Jane McLelland. She married Samuel N. McCormick. Jane McLelland is considered to be a probable child of Alexander McLelland with a high degree of probability.

child 51 iv. Mary (Polly) McLelland. She married Richard Wilson. Mary (Polly) McLelland is a possible or probable child of Alexander McLelland.

child 52 v. Isabella McLelland. She married James Robb. Isabella McLelland is considered to be a possible or probable child of Alexander McLelland.

child + 21 vi. Robert McLelland was born February 14, 1792.

53. Isabella4 Futhey (Robert5) birth date unknown.

She married Alexander McClelland in Lexington, KY, circa 1790. Alexander was born in Sussex Co., NJ January 16, 1762. Alexander died 1836 in Montgomery Co., KY, at 74 years of age. Alexander became the father of Alexander McLelland in Montgomery Co., KY. At 30 years of age Alexander became the father of Robert McLelland in Kentucky, February 14, 1792. (See Alexander McClelland for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Isabella became the mother of Alexander McLelland in Montgomery Co., KY. Isabella became the mother of Robert McLelland in Kentucky, February 14, 1792.

54. George Eli4 Benefiel (Andrew Lee5) was born in York Co., PA December 25, 1759. George died April 1, 1832 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 72 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN.

He married Mary Buchanan in York Co., PA, 1787. Mary was born in Ireland March 15, 1764. Mary was the daughter of George Buchanan and Esther Campbell. Mary died May 2, 1857 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 93 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN. At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of Robert Benefiel in Kentucky, November 29, 1787. At 24 years of age Mary became the mother of Martha Benefiel in Kentucky, March 13, 1789. At 27 years of age Mary became the mother of William Buchanan Benefiel in Kentucky, April 14, 1791. At 28 years of age Mary became the mother of Esther Campbell Benefiel in Kentucky, January 2, 1793. At 30 years of age Mary became the mother of George Washington Benefiel in Shelby Co., KY, January 8, 1795. At 32 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary "Polly" Benefiel in Kentucky, January 11, 1797. At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Jane Benefiel in Kentucky, December 8, 1798. At 36 years of age Mary became the mother of Jesse Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, October 26, 1800. At 38 years of age Mary became the mother of Wilson B. Benefiel in Kentucky, November 18, 1802. At 42 years of age Mary became the mother of James C. Benefiel in Kentucky, May 11, 1806. At 42 years of age Mary became the mother of Samuel M. Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, May 11, 1806. At 44 years of age Mary became the mother of Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, June 16, 1808.

At 27 years of age George became the father of Robert Benefiel in Kentucky, November 29, 1787. At 29 years of age George became the father of Martha Benefiel in Kentucky, March 13, 1789. At 31 years of age George became the father of William Buchanan Benefiel in Kentucky, April 14, 1791. At 33 years of age George became the father of Esther Campbell Benefiel in Kentucky, January 2, 1793. At 35 years of age George became the father of George Washington Benefiel in Shelby Co., KY, January 8, 1795. At 37 years of age George became the father of Mary "Polly" Benefiel in Kentucky, January 11, 1797. At 38 years of age George became the father of Jane Benefiel in Kentucky, December 8, 1798. At 40 years of age George became the father of Jesse Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, October 26, 1800. At 42 years of age George became the father of Wilson B. Benefiel in Kentucky, November 18, 1802. At 46 years of age George became the father of James C. Benefiel in Kentucky, May 11, 1806. At 46 years of age George became the father of Samuel M. Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, May 11, 1806. At 48 years of age George became the father of Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, June 16, 1808. George Benefiel appears in the 1795 tax list for Scott Co., KY. This may be when he first came to Kentucky although that is uncertain. He appears in the tax list for Montgomery County, Kentucky in 1801. He moved to Jefferson County, Indiana in 1814. He served as a private in the Cumberland County, Pennsylvania militia in the Revolutionary War, Captain James Patton's Company, Fourth Battalion.

George Eli Benefiel and Mary Buchanan had the following children:

child 55 i. Robert3 Benefiel was born in Kentucky November 29, 1787. Robert died April 8, 1860 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 72 years of age. He married three times. He married Nancy Stewart in Clark Co., KY. Nancy was born April 12, 1793. Nancy died July 18, 1830 at 37 years of age. At 22 years of age Nancy became the mother of Ruthann Benefiel 1815. At 24 years of age Nancy became the mother of George W. Benefiel 1817. At 26 years of age Nancy became the mother of John Benefiel January 18, 1820. At 29 years of age Nancy became the mother of Clark Benefiel 1822. At 32 years of age Nancy became the mother of Robert N. Benefiel 1825. At 35 years of age Nancy became the mother of William B. Benefiel December 8, 1828. He married Amy Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, May 12, 1831. Amy was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1808. Amy was the daughter of Samuel Ryker and Barbara Fullenwider. Amy died July 13, 1845 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 37 years of age. At 24 years of age Amy became the mother of Nancy Esther Benefiel July 25, 1832. At 25 years of age Amy became the mother of Jesse Baxter Benefiel 1833. At 28 years of age Amy became the mother of Amanda Jane Benefiel 1836. At 30 years of age Amy became the mother of Margaret Eliza Benefiel 1838. At 35 years of age Amy became the mother of Barbara Ann Benefiel 1843. At 36 years of age Amy became the mother of Mary Benefiel June 17, 1845. At 36 years of age Amy became the mother of Sarah Benefiel June 17, 1845. He married Elizabeth Moore in Ripley Co., IN, December 29, 1845. Elizabeth was born in Kentucky February 28, 1798. Elizabeth died November 3, 1852 at 54 years of age.

At 27 years of age Robert became the father of Ruthann Benefiel 1815. At 29 years of age Robert became the father of George W. Benefiel 1817. At 32 years of age Robert became the father of John Benefiel January 18, 1820. At 34 years of age Robert became the father of Clark Benefiel 1822. At 37 years of age Robert became the father of Robert N. Benefiel 1825. At 41 years of age Robert became the father of William B. Benefiel December 8, 1828. At 44 years of age Robert became the father of Nancy Esther Benefiel July 25, 1832. At 45 years of age Robert became the father of Jesse Baxter Benefiel 1833. At 48 years of age Robert became the father of Amanda Jane Benefiel 1836. At 50 years of age Robert became the father of Margaret Eliza Benefiel 1838. At 55 years of age Robert became the father of Barbara Ann Benefiel 1843. At 57 years of age Robert became the father of Mary Benefiel June 17, 1845. At 57 years of age Robert became the father of Sarah Benefiel June 17, 1845.

child 56 ii. Martha Benefiel was born in Kentucky March 13, 1789. Martha died December 31, 1878 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 89 years of age. She married John West in Jefferson Co., IN, January 12, 1816. John was born ca 1787. John died Janaury 20, 1865 at 77 years of age. At 29 years of age John became the father of Charles B. West in Jefferson Co., IN, December 22, 1816. At 31 years of age John became the father of Levi West in Jefferson Co., IN, September 9, 1818. At 33 years of age John became the father of Mary A. West in Jefferson Co., IN, July 29, 1820. At 34 years of age John became the father of Eliza Jane West in Jefferson Co., IN, April 23, 1822. At 38 years of age John became the father of Martha M. West in Jefferson Co., IN, January 14, 1826. At 41 years of age John became the father of George W. West in Jefferson Co., IN, January 20, 1829.

At 27 years of age Martha became the mother of Charles B. West in Jefferson Co., IN, December 22, 1816. At 29 years of age Martha became the mother of Levi West in Jefferson Co., IN, September 9, 1818. At 31 years of age Martha became the mother of Mary A. West in Jefferson Co., IN, July 29, 1820. At 33 years of age Martha became the mother of Eliza Jane West in Jefferson Co., IN, April 23, 1822. At 36 years of age Martha became the mother of Martha M. West in Jefferson Co., IN, January 14, 1826. At 39 years of age Martha became the mother of George W. West in Jefferson Co., IN, January 20, 1829.

child 57 iii. William Buchanan Benefiel was born in Kentucky April 14, 1791. William died January 29, 1841 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 49 years of age. He married Phoebe Connor in Jefferson Co., IN, April 13, 1815. Phoebe was born TN 1795. Phoebe was the daughter of Lewis Connor. Phoebe died June 21, 1867 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 71 years of age. At 22 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Lewis Boston Benefiel 1817. At 23 years of age Phoebe became the mother of George Washington Benefiel 1818. At 25 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Robert Gallatin Benefiel 1820. At 28 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Sarah Ann "Sally" Benefiel 1823. At 30 years of age Phoebe became the mother of William Henry Harrison Benefiel 1825. At 31 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Mary Jane Benefiel 1826. At 33 years of age Phoebe became the mother of James Madison Benefiel May 16, 1829. At 36 years of age Phoebe became the mother of John Wilson Benefiel January 19, 1832. At 38 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Phoebe Hays Benefiel 1833. At 40 years of age Phoebe became the mother of Jesse Martin Benefiel October 8, 1835.

At 26 years of age William became the father of Lewis Boston Benefiel 1817. At 27 years of age William became the father of George Washington Benefiel 1818. At 29 years of age William became the father of Robert Gallatin Benefiel 1820. At 32 years of age William became the father of Sarah Ann "Sally" Benefiel 1823. At 34 years of age William became the father of William Henry Harrison Benefiel 1825. At 35 years of age William became the father of Mary Jane Benefiel 1826. At 38 years of age William became the father of James Madison Benefiel May 16, 1829. At 40 years of age William became the father of John Wilson Benefiel January 19, 1832. At 42 years of age William became the father of Phoebe Hays Benefiel 1833. At 44 years of age William became the father of Jesse Martin Benefiel October 8, 1835.

child + 31 iv. Esther Campbell Benefiel was born January 2, 1793.

child 58 v. George Washington Benefiel was born in Shelby Co., KY January 8, 1795. George died April 14, 1854 New Market, IN, at 59 years of age. He married twice. He married Anna Ryker in Jefferson Co., IN, August 12, 1816. Anna was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1797. Anna was the daughter of Samuel Ryker and Barbara Fullenwider. Anna died ca 1820. At 20 years of age Anna became the mother of James Harvey Benefiel 1817. At 21 years of age Anna became the mother of Samuel Ryker Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, February 21, 1819. He married Marjorie Van Cleave in Shelby Co., Ky, August 1, 1825. Marjorie was born November 26, 1801. Marjorie was the daughter of John Van Cleave and Margery Kerns. Marjorie died February 11, 1873 at 71 years of age. At 24 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Sarah Ann Benefiel 1826. At 25 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Martha Jane Benefiel September 1, 1827. At 27 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Mary Buchanan Benefiel 1829. At 29 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Martha Jane Benefiel 1831. At 30 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Elizabeth S. Benefiel in IN, November 20, 1832. At 32 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Eliza Ellen Benefiel 1834. At 34 years of age Marjorie became the mother of William Henry Benefiel November 7, 1836. At 36 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Lydia Benefiel 1838. At 39 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Amanda Hester Benefiel 1841. At 41 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Julia Eastman Benefiel 1843. At 43 years of age Marjorie became the mother of George Washington Benefiel 1845. At 45 years of age Marjorie became the mother of Harriet Newell Benefiel 1847.

At 22 years of age George became the father of James Harvey Benefiel 1817. At 24 years of age George became the father of Samuel Ryker Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, February 21, 1819. At 31 years of age George became the father of Sarah Ann Benefiel 1826. At 32 years of age George became the father of Martha Jane Benefiel September 1, 1827. At 34 years of age George became the father of Mary Buchanan Benefiel 1829. At 36 years of age George became the father of Martha Jane Benefiel 1831. At 37 years of age George became the father of Elizabeth S. Benefiel in IN, November 20, 1832. At 39 years of age George became the father of Eliza Ellen Benefiel 1834. At 41 years of age George became the father of William Henry Benefiel November 7, 1836. At 43 years of age George became the father of Lydia Benefiel 1838. At 46 years of age George became the father of Amanda Hester Benefiel 1841. At 48 years of age George became the father of Julia Eastman Benefiel 1843. At 50 years of age George became the father of George Washington Benefiel 1845. At 52 years of age George became the father of Harriet Newell Benefiel 1847.

child 59 vi. Mary "Polly" Benefiel was born in Kentucky January 11, 1797. Mary died August 20, 1881 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 84 years of age. She married twice. She married James McCarty in Jefferson Co., IN, September 28, 1815. James was born ca 1790. James was the son of William Jackson McCarty. James died 1819 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 29 years of age. She married Isaiah Stewart in IN, 1820. Isaiah was born in Clark Co., KY February 24, 1791. Isaiah was the son of David Stewart and Henrietta. Isaiah died November 20, 1868 in Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co., IN, at 77 years of age. Isaiah became the father of Samuel Stewart in IN, ca 1837. Isaiah became the father of Benjamin Stewart in IN, ca 1839. Isaiah became the father of Joseph Stewart ca 1841.

Mary became the mother of Samuel Stewart in IN, ca 1837. Mary became the mother of Benjamin Stewart in IN, ca 1839. Mary became the mother of Joseph Stewart ca 1841.

child 60 vii. Jane Benefiel was born in Kentucky December 8, 1798. She married Isaac Vannice in Jefferson Co., IN, September 6, 1832.

child 61 viii. Jesse Benefiel was born in Bourbon Co., KY October 26, 1800. Jesse died May 18, 1891 in Ripley Co., IN, at 90 years of age. He married Sarah Ann Huckstep in Jefferson Co., IN, April 6, 1824. Sarah was born October 7, 1806. Sarah died October 11, 1893 in Ripley Co., IN, at 87 years of age. Sarah became the mother of Martha A. Benefiel ca 1827. At 23 years of age Sarah became the mother of Mary J. Benefiel 1830. At 24 years of age Sarah became the mother of Eliza P. Benefiel 1831. At 27 years of age Sarah became the mother of George W. Benefiel 1834. Sarah became the mother of Esther C. Benefiel ca 1835. Sarah became the mother of Amanda E. Benefiel in IN, ca 1838. At 35 years of age Sarah became the mother of Margery Benefiel 1842. Sarah became the mother of Caroline F. Benefiel in IN, ca 1843. Sarah became the mother of Arthur W. Benefiel in IN, ca 1843. At 39 years of age Sarah became the mother of Ludicy A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1846.

Jesse became the father of Martha A. Benefiel ca 1827. At 29 years of age Jesse became the father of Mary J. Benefiel 1830. At 30 years of age Jesse became the father of Eliza P. Benefiel 1831. At 33 years of age Jesse became the father of George W. Benefiel 1834. Jesse became the father of Esther C. Benefiel ca 1835. Jesse became the father of Amanda E. Benefiel in IN, ca 1838. At 41 years of age Jesse became the father of Margery Benefiel 1842. Jesse became the father of Caroline F. Benefiel in IN, ca 1843. Jesse became the father of Arthur W. Benefiel in IN, ca 1843. At 45 years of age Jesse became the father of Ludicy A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1846.

child 62 ix. Wilson B. Benefiel was born in Kentucky November 18, 1802. Wilson died 1850 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 47 years of age. He married Eliza Buchanan Switzerland Co., IN, April 30, 1831. Eliza was born ca 1816. Eliza was the daughter of John Buchanan and Rachel. At 16 years of age Eliza became the mother of Sarah J. Benefiel 1832. Eliza became the mother of Mary F. Benefiel in IN, ca 1833. Eliza became the mother of Eliza S. Benefiel in IN, ca 1835. At 22 years of age Eliza became the mother of Francis Marion Benefiel 1838. Eliza became the mother of Rachel M. Benefiel in IN, ca 1840. At 29 years of age Eliza became the mother of George W. Benefiel in IN, 1845. Eliza became the mother of Anna M. Benefiel in IN, ca 1847.

At 29 years of age Wilson became the father of Sarah J. Benefiel 1832. Wilson became the father of Mary F. Benefiel in IN, ca 1833. Wilson became the father of Eliza S. Benefiel in IN, ca 1835. At 35 years of age Wilson became the father of Francis Marion Benefiel 1838. Wilson became the father of Rachel M. Benefiel in IN, ca 1840. At 42 years of age Wilson became the father of George W. Benefiel in IN, 1845. Wilson became the father of Anna M. Benefiel in IN, ca 1847.

child 63 x. James C. Benefiel was born in Kentucky May 11, 1806. James died May 31, 1886 Barbersville, IN, at 80 years of age. He married Elizabeth S. Taylor in Jefferson Co., IN, February 5, 1829. Elizabeth was born in Kentucky October 14, 1804. Elizabeth died July 22, 1891 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 86 years of age. At 24 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Elizabeth A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1829. At 26 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Samuel M. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1831. Elizabeth became the mother of Mary B. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, ca 1832. At 30 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of John Taylor Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1835. At 32 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of George A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1837. Elizabeth became the mother of Nancy J. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1838. At 37 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of William B. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1842. At 38 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Martha Mariah Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, December 27, 1842. Elizabeth became the mother of Phebe C. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1844. Elizabeth became the mother of Sarah M. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1847. At 48 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of James S. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1853.

At 23 years of age James became the father of Elizabeth A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1829. At 25 years of age James became the father of Samuel M. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1831. James became the father of Mary B. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., In, ca 1832. At 29 years of age James became the father of John Taylor Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1835. At 31 years of age James became the father of George A. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1837. James became the father of Nancy J. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1838. At 36 years of age James became the father of William B. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1842. At 36 years of age James became the father of Martha Mariah Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, December 27, 1842. James became the father of Phebe C. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1844. James became the father of Sarah M. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1847. At 47 years of age James became the father of James S. Benefiel in Jefferson Co., IN, 1853.

child 64 xi. Samuel M. Benefiel was born in Bourbon Co., KY May 11, 1806. Samuel died February 25, 1867 Boone Co., IN, at 60 years of age. He married twice. He married Nancy M. Taylor in Jefferson Co., IN, February 6, 1829. Nancy was born in Kentucky 1804. Nancy died July 14, 1833 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 29 years of age. At 26 years of age Nancy became the mother of James Henry Benefiel 1830. At 28 years of age Nancy became the mother of Jesse F. Benefiel April, 1833. He married Elizabeth Caldwell Boone Co., IN, March 19, 1835. Elizabeth was born in Kentucky May 23, 1815. Elizabeth was the daughter of Alexander Caldwell III and Hannah B. Sample. Elizabeth died June 28, 1903 in Linn Co., MO, at 88 years of age. At 20 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Nancy Jane Benefiel 1835. At 22 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of William Harvey Benefiel Boone Co., IN, December 17, 1837.

At 24 years of age Samuel became the father of James Henry Benefiel 1830. At 26 years of age Samuel became the father of Jesse F. Benefiel April, 1833. At 29 years of age Samuel became the father of Nancy Jane Benefiel 1835. At 31 years of age Samuel became the father of William Harvey Benefiel Boone Co., IN, December 17, 1837.

child 65 xii. Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel was born in Bourbon Co., KY June 16, 1808. Eliza died February 14, 1891 Barbersville, IN, at 82 years of age. She married Powell Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, August 11, 1841. Powell was born in New Jersey December 26, 1810. Powell died March 19, 1876 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 65 years of age. At 32 years of age Powell became the father of Martha "Mattie" Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, 1843. Powell became the father of John Cole Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1845. At 35 years of age Powell became the father of Mary E. Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, 1846.

At 35 years of age Eliza became the mother of Martha "Mattie" Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, 1843. Eliza became the mother of John Cole Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, ca 1845. At 38 years of age Eliza became the mother of Mary E. Russell in Jefferson Co., IN, 1846.

66. Mary4 Buchanan (George5, William6, John7) was born in Ireland March 15, 1764. Mary died May 2, 1857 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 93 years of age. Her body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN.

She married George Eli Benefiel in York Co., PA, 1787. George was born in York Co., PA December 25, 1759. George was the son of Andrew Lee Benefiel. George died April 1, 1832 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 72 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Church Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN. At 27 years of age George became the father of Robert Benefiel in Kentucky, November 29, 1787. At 29 years of age George became the father of Martha Benefiel in Kentucky, March 13, 1789. At 31 years of age George became the father of William Buchanan Benefiel in Kentucky, April 14, 1791. At 33 years of age George became the father of Esther Campbell Benefiel in Kentucky, January 2, 1793. At 35 years of age George became the father of George Washington Benefiel in Shelby Co., KY, January 8, 1795. At 37 years of age George became the father of Mary "Polly" Benefiel in Kentucky, January 11, 1797. At 38 years of age George became the father of Jane Benefiel in Kentucky, December 8, 1798. At 40 years of age George became the father of Jesse Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, October 26, 1800. At 42 years of age George became the father of Wilson B. Benefiel in Kentucky, November 18, 1802. At 46 years of age George became the father of James C. Benefiel in Kentucky, May 11, 1806. At 46 years of age George became the father of Samuel M. Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, May 11, 1806. At 48 years of age George became the father of Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, June 16, 1808. (See George Eli Benefiel for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 23 years of age Mary became the mother of Robert Benefiel in Kentucky, November 29, 1787. At 24 years of age Mary became the mother of Martha Benefiel in Kentucky, March 13, 1789. At 27 years of age Mary became the mother of William Buchanan Benefiel in Kentucky, April 14, 1791. At 28 years of age Mary became the mother of Esther Campbell Benefiel in Kentucky, January 2, 1793. At 30 years of age Mary became the mother of George Washington Benefiel in Shelby Co., KY, January 8, 1795. At 32 years of age Mary became the mother of Mary "Polly" Benefiel in Kentucky, January 11, 1797. At 34 years of age Mary became the mother of Jane Benefiel in Kentucky, December 8, 1798. At 36 years of age Mary became the mother of Jesse Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, October 26, 1800. At 38 years of age Mary became the mother of Wilson B. Benefiel in Kentucky, November 18, 1802. At 42 years of age Mary became the mother of James C. Benefiel in Kentucky, May 11, 1806. At 42 years of age Mary became the mother of Samuel M. Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, May 11, 1806. At 44 years of age Mary became the mother of Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel in Bourbon Co., KY, June 16, 1808.

Fifth Generation

67. Gerardus5 Ryker (John6 Rycken, Abraham7, Abraham8) was born in Closter, NJ November 16, 1740. Gerardus died September 15, 1781 in "Long Run Massacre", Eastwood, KY, at 40 years of age.

He married Rachel Demaree in NY, November 20, 1762. Rachel was born in Schrallenburg, NJ November 19, 1743. Rachel was the daughter of Samuel Demaree and Leah Demarest. Rachel died 1814 in Madison, Jefferson Co., IN, at 70 years of age. She was christened in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, April 1, 1744. At 20 years of age Rachel became the mother of John Ryker January 18, 1764. At 22 years of age Rachel became the mother of Leah Ryker November 28, 1765. At 23 years of age Rachel became the mother of Gerardus Ryker, Jr. November 4, 1767. At 25 years of age Rachel became the mother of Samuel Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 4, 1769. At 27 years of age Rachel became the mother of Geertie Ryker August 6, 1771. At 29 years of age Rachel became the mother of Rachel Ryker in Tappan, NY, June 19, 1773. At 33 years of age Rachel became the mother of Deborah O. Ryker January 23, 1777. Rachel became the mother of Charity Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1780. At 41 years of age Rachel became the mother of Peter Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1785. At 43 years of age Rachel became the mother of David Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, March 24, 1787.

At 23 years of age Gerardus became the father of John Ryker January 18, 1764. At 25 years of age Gerardus became the father of Leah Ryker November 28, 1765. At 26 years of age Gerardus became the father of Gerardus Ryker, Jr. November 4, 1767. At 28 years of age Gerardus became the father of Samuel Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 4, 1769. At 30 years of age Gerardus became the father of Geertie Ryker August 6, 1771. At 32 years of age Gerardus became the father of Rachel Ryker in Tappan, NY, June 19, 1773. At 36 years of age Gerardus became the father of Deborah O. Ryker January 23, 1777. Gerardus became the father of Charity Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1780. Gerardus Ryker was listed as a cordwainer at the time of his marriage in New York in 1762. He immigrated to Kentucky in 1780 from Berkeley Co., VA and was part of the "Low Dutch Colony" in Shelby and Henry Counties in Kentucky. He was killed by Indians in the Long Run Massacre, also known as Floyd's Defeat, September 15, 1781 near Eastwood in Jefferson County, Kentucky. From The Kentucky Encyclopedia edited by John E. Kleber (University Press of Kentucky, 1992): LONG RUN MASSACRE. The Long Run massacre was a major incident in the series of battles in which early settlers in Kentucky fought Indians and their British allies on the western frontier during the Revolutionary War. Long Run is located near Eastwood in Jefferson County, Kentucky. In September 1781 Maj. Bland Ballard discovered Indian signs near Squire Boone's Painted Stone Station, near what is now Shelbyville. He warned the settlers there and at Beargrass Station to move to Lynn Station, which was a more secure area. For unknown reasons, Boone's and several other families delayed moving for two days. When they finally left the station on September 14, 1781, they were surrounded at Long Run Creek by a large party of Indians reinforced by British soldiers under the command of Capt. Alexander McKee. An estimated sixty people were killed by the Indians; only a handful, including Squire Boone, escaped. See Lou Catherine Ciore, "Long Run Massacre,'' Register 10 (Jan. 1912): 75-6.

Gerardus Ryker and Rachel Demaree had the following children:

child 68 i. Jacob4 Ryker. He married Polly Galloway June 28, 1788.

child 69 ii. Peter Ryker.

child 70 iii. John Ryker was born January 18, 1764. John died November 22, 1848 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 84 years of age. He married twice. He married Mary Van Cleave June 16, 1784. He married Amelia Littlejohn in Jefferson Co., IN, July 31, 1838.

child 71 iv. Leah Ryker was born November 28, 1765. Leah died November 24, 1844 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 78 years of age. She married twice. She married Emanuel Meddick in Kentucky, March, 1787. She married James Crockett May, 1829.

child 72 v. Gerardus Ryker, Jr. was born November 4, 1767. Gerardus died January 7, 1839 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 71 years of age. He married twice. He married Mary Leah Van Cleave. Mary was born in Rowan Co., NC 1767. Mary was the daughter of John Van Cleave and Mary Shepherd. He married Leah Smock in Mercer Co., KY, May 5, 1791.

child + 32 vi. Samuel Ryker was born November 4, 1769.

child 73 vii. Geertie Ryker was born August 6, 1771. She married Vincent Robbins in Kentucky, December 22, 1787.

child 74 viii. Rachel Ryker was born in Tappan, NY June 19, 1773. Rachel died October 28, 1861 in Wapello Co., IA, at 88 years of age. Her body was interred in Mars Hill Cemetery, Wapello Co., IA. She married three times. She married Henry Houghland in Shelby Co., KY, January 5, 1791. She married William Robbins December 13, 1793. She married Samuel Smock in Shelby Co., KY, November 8, 1797. Samuel was born in Berkeley Co., VA October 7, 1776. Samuel died July 5, 1833 in Madison, IN, at 56 years of age.

child 75 ix. Deborah O. Ryker was born January 23, 1777. She married Mason Watts June 18, 1793. Mason became the father of Lydia B. Watts May 4, 1794. Mason became the father of Sarah Watts February 4, 1796. Mason became the father of Rachel Watts 12, 1796. Mason became the father of Mary Watts January 27, 1799. Mason became the father of Rhoda Watts December 28, 1800. Mason became the father of David Watts December 8, 1802. Mason became the father of Margaret Watts January 15, 1807. Mason became the father of John Watts February 13, 1808. Mason became the father of Charity Watts November 6, 1809. Mason became the father of Thomas B. Watts December 1, 1811. Mason became the father of Deborahann Watts June 7, 1813. Mason became the father of Mason Watts November 5, 1815. Mason became the father of Peter Watts May 13, 1818.

At 17 years of age Deborah became the mother of Lydia B. Watts May 4, 1794. At 19 years of age Deborah became the mother of Sarah Watts February 4, 1796. At 19 years of age Deborah became the mother of Rachel Watts 12, 1796. At 22 years of age Deborah became the mother of Mary Watts January 27, 1799. At 23 years of age Deborah became the mother of Rhoda Watts December 28, 1800. At 25 years of age Deborah became the mother of David Watts December 8, 1802. At 29 years of age Deborah became the mother of Margaret Watts January 15, 1807. At 31 years of age Deborah became the mother of John Watts February 13, 1808. At 32 years of age Deborah became the mother of Charity Watts November 6, 1809. At 34 years of age Deborah became the mother of Thomas B. Watts December 1, 1811. At 36 years of age Deborah became the mother of Deborahann Watts June 7, 1813. At 38 years of age Deborah became the mother of Mason Watts November 5, 1815. At 41 years of age Deborah became the mother of Peter Watts May 13, 1818.

child 76 x. Charity Ryker was born in Shelby Co., KY ca 1780.

77. Rachel5 Demaree (Samuel6, David7 Demarest, Samuel8 Desmarest, David9 des Marest, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Schrallenburg, NJ November 19, 1743. Rachel died 1814 in Madison, Jefferson Co., IN, at 70 years of age.

She married twice. She married Gerardus Ryker in NY, November 20, 1762. Gerardus was born in Closter, NJ November 16, 1740. Gerardus was the son of John Rycken and Geertie Wiltsee. Gerardus died September 15, 1781 in "Long Run Massacre", Eastwood, KY, at 40 years of age. At 23 years of age Gerardus became the father of John Ryker January 18, 1764. At 25 years of age Gerardus became the father of Leah Ryker November 28, 1765. At 26 years of age Gerardus became the father of Gerardus Ryker, Jr. November 4, 1767. At 28 years of age Gerardus became the father of Samuel Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 4, 1769. At 30 years of age Gerardus became the father of Geertie Ryker August 6, 1771. At 32 years of age Gerardus became the father of Rachel Ryker in Tappan, NY, June 19, 1773. At 36 years of age Gerardus became the father of Deborah O. Ryker January 23, 1777. Gerardus became the father of Charity Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1780. She married John Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1783. John was born in New Brunswick, Monmouth Co., NJ 1739. John was the son of Aaron Van Cleave and Rachel Schenk. John died May 12, 1812 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 72 years of age. At 23 years of age John became the father of Rachel Van Cleave in Mocksville, Rowan Co., NC, October 25, 1762. At 26 years of age John became the father of John (Big John) Van Cleave in Rowan Co., NC, 1765. At 28 years of age John became the father of Mary Leah Van Cleave in Rowan Co., NC, 1767. At 29 years of age John became the father of Aaron Van Cleave in Mocksville, Rowan Co., NC, March 5, 1769. At 31 years of age John became the father of Benjamin Van Cleave in Mocksville, Rowan Co., NC, January 20, 1771. At 34 years of age John became the father of Elizabeth Van Cleave in Rowan Co., NC, 1773. At 40 years of age John became the father of Sally Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, March 14, 1780. At 40 years of age John became the father of Nancy Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, March 14, 1780. At 46 years of age John became the father of Peter Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1785. At 47 years of age John became the father of David Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, March 24, 1787.

She was christened in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, April 1, 1744. At 20 years of age Rachel became the mother of John Ryker January 18, 1764. At 22 years of age Rachel became the mother of Leah Ryker November 28, 1765. At 23 years of age Rachel became the mother of Gerardus Ryker, Jr. November 4, 1767. At 25 years of age Rachel became the mother of Samuel Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 4, 1769. At 27 years of age Rachel became the mother of Geertie Ryker August 6, 1771. At 29 years of age Rachel became the mother of Rachel Ryker in Tappan, NY, June 19, 1773. At 33 years of age Rachel became the mother of Deborah O. Ryker January 23, 1777. Rachel became the mother of Charity Ryker in Shelby Co., KY, ca 1780. At 41 years of age Rachel became the mother of Peter Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1785. At 43 years of age Rachel became the mother of David Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, March 24, 1787. After the death of Gerardus Ryker, Rachel married John Van Cleave.

Rachel Demaree and John Van Cleave had the following children:

child 78 i. Peter4 Van Cleave was born in Shelby Co., KY 1785. Peter died June 1829 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 43 years of age. He married twice. He married Ann Kennedy in Shelby Co., KY, March 20, 1808. He married Elizabeth Woodfill in Jefferson Co., IN, July 25, 1816.

child 79 ii. David Van Cleave was born in Shelby Co., KY March 24, 1787. David died November 18, 1852 Boone Co., IN, at 65 years of age. He married Rachel Swerengen in Shelby Co., KY, February 16, 1809. Rachel was born in Shelby Co., KY August 22, 1791. Rachel died August 24, 1851 Boone Co., IN, at 60 years of age. At 18 years of age Rachel became the mother of Talitha P. Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1810. At 20 years of age Rachel became the mother of John Squire Van Cleave in Shelby Co. KY, 1812. At 22 years of age Rachel became the mother of Charles Stull Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1814. At 25 years of age Rachel became the mother of Drucilla Van Cleave in Bedford, Trimble Co., KY, August 27, 1816. At 27 years of age Rachel became the mother of Rachel Amanda Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, October 25, 1818. At 29 years of age Rachel became the mother of Van Swearington Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1821. At 30 years of age Rachel became the mother of Catherine Thorne Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, August 31, 1821. At 31 years of age Rachel became the mother of Aramintha Van Cleave in Shelby Co., IN, 1823. At 33 years of age Rachel became the mother of Susannah Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1825. At 35 years of age Rachel became the mother of Peter Cameron Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, May 25, 1827. At 37 years of age Rachel became the mother of Matilda Hester Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, 1829. At 39 years of age Rachel became the mother of David Samuel Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, November 15, 1830. At 41 years of age Rachel became the mother of Jesse James Cardwell Van Cleave Boone Co., IN, September 11, 1832. At 42 years of age Rachel became the mother of William Harmon Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, February, 1834. At 45 years of age Rachel became the mother of Benjamin Thomas Van Cleave in Madison, IN, March 16, 1837.

At 23 years of age David became the father of Talitha P. Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1810. At 25 years of age David became the father of John Squire Van Cleave in Shelby Co. KY, 1812. At 27 years of age David became the father of Charles Stull Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1814. At 29 years of age David became the father of Drucilla Van Cleave in Bedford, Trimble Co., KY, August 27, 1816. At 31 years of age David became the father of Rachel Amanda Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, October 25, 1818. At 34 years of age David became the father of Van Swearington Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1821. At 34 years of age David became the father of Catherine Thorne Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, August 31, 1821. At 36 years of age David became the father of Aramintha Van Cleave in Shelby Co., IN, 1823. At 38 years of age David became the father of Susannah Van Cleave in Shelby Co., KY, 1825. At 40 years of age David became the father of Peter Cameron Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, May 25, 1827. At 42 years of age David became the father of Matilda Hester Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, 1829. At 43 years of age David became the father of David Samuel Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, November 15, 1830. At 45 years of age David became the father of Jesse James Cardwell Van Cleave Boone Co., IN, September 11, 1832. At 46 years of age David became the father of William Harmon Van Cleave in Decatur Co., IN, February, 1834. At 49 years of age David became the father of Benjamin Thomas Van Cleave in Madison, IN, March 16, 1837.

80. Henry5 Fullenwider (Jacob6 Vollenweider, Ulrich7, Gorius8) was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland April 5, 1722. Henry died 1793 in Shelby Co., KY, at 71 years of age.

He married Barbara in Switzerland, circa 1747. Barbara became the mother of Solomon Fullenwider in Europe, ca 1748. Barbara became the mother of Mary Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, ca 1752. Barbara became the mother of Henry Fullenwider, Jr. in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1756. Barbara became the mother of Peter Fullenwider in Frederick Co., PA, ca 1760. Barbara became the mother of Elizabeth Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1764. Barbara became the mother of Jacob Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, June 2, 1767. Barbara became the mother of Barbara Fullenwider 1771. Barbara became the mother of Ann Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1771.

Henry became the father of Solomon Fullenwider in Europe, ca 1748. Henry became the father of Mary Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, ca 1752. Henry became the father of Henry Fullenwider, Jr. in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1756. Henry became the father of Peter Fullenwider in Frederick Co., PA, ca 1760. Henry became the father of Elizabeth Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1764. At 45 years of age Henry became the father of Jacob Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, June 2, 1767. At 49 years of age Henry became the father of Barbara Fullenwider 1771. Henry became the father of Ann Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1771. Henry Fullenwider landed in Philadelphia September 1, 1749. He was a glazier in Frederick County, Maryland. He then moved to Washington County, Pennsylvania in 1774. He moved to Shelby County, Kentucky in 1785. The family name is Vollenweider. As "V" in German and "F" in English are pronounced the same, his name became anglicised to Fullenweider. Henry was a school teacher and may have also given religious instruction. He owned a 30 pound Bible.

Henry Fullenwider and Barbara had the following children:

child 81 i. Solomon4 Fullenwider was born in Europe ca 1748. Solomon died 1749 in died at sea, at 1 year of age.

child 82 ii. Mary Fullenwider was born in Hagerstown, MD ca 1752. She married twice. She married Phillip Lutz ca 1774. She married William Cooper June 6, 1786.

child 83 iii. Henry Fullenwider, Jr. was born in Frederick Co., MD ca 1756. Henry died December 1, 1789 in Donegal Twp., Washington Co., PA, at 33 years of age. He married Ann Rice ca 1779. Ann became the mother of Jacob Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1780. Ann became the mother of Henry Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1782. Ann became the mother of Abraham Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1784. Ann became the mother of Mary Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1786.

Henry became the father of Jacob Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1780. Henry became the father of Henry Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1782. Henry became the father of Abraham Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1784. Henry became the father of Mary Fullenwider in Washington Co., PA, ca 1786.

child 84 iv. Peter Fullenwider was born in Frederick Co., PA ca 1760. Peter died November 1790 in Shelby Co., KY, at 30 years of age. He married Catherine Rice ca 1784. Catherine was born December 9, 1768. Catherine died January 19, 1842 at 73 years of age. At 16 years of age Catherine became the mother of Elizabeth Fullenwider 1785. At 20 years of age Catherine became the mother of Henry Fullenwider December 19, 1788. At 21 years of age Catherine became the mother of son Fullenwider 1790.

At 25 years of age Peter became the father of Elizabeth Fullenwider 1785. At 28 years of age Peter became the father of Henry Fullenwider December 19, 1788. At 30 years of age Peter became the father of son Fullenwider 1790. Peter Fullenweider was killed by Indians.

child 85 v. Elizabeth Fullenwider was born in Frederick Co., MD ca 1764. She married John Carr April 13, 1790.

child 86 vi. Jacob Fullenwider was born in Hagerstown, MD June 2, 1767. Jacob died 1848 in Shelby Co., KY, at 81 years of age. He married Catharine Winter in Pennsylvania, April 18, 1796. Catharine was born August 2, 1777. Catharine was the daughter of Christopher Winter. Catharine died ca 1849. At 19 years of age Catharine became the mother of Peter Hunter Fullenwider June 6, 1797. At 20 years of age Catharine became the mother of John Fullenwider May 14, 1798. At 22 years of age Catharine became the mother of Elizabeth Fullenwider October 6, 1799. At 23 years of age Catharine became the mother of Anne Fullenwider September 14, 1800. At 24 years of age Catharine became the mother of Eleazar Fullenwider February 5, 1802. At 26 years of age Catharine became the mother of Samuel Fullenwider September 6, 1803. At 28 years of age Catharine became the mother of Mary Fullenwider September 20, 1805. At 29 years of age Catharine became the mother of Lucinda Fullenwider June 7, 1807. At 31 years of age Catharine became the mother of Christopher Fullenwider April 4, 1809. At 33 years of age Catharine became the mother of Gamaliel Fullenwider December 2, 1810. At 35 years of age Catharine became the mother of Nancy Fullenwider February 13, 1813. At 37 years of age Catharine became the mother of David Fullenwider October 15, 1814. At 38 years of age Catharine became the mother of Henry Winter Fullenwider January 20, 1816. At 41 years of age Catharine became the mother of Catherine Fullenwider December 9, 1818. At 43 years of age Catharine became the mother of Jacob Crow Fullenwider November 17, 1820.

At 30 years of age Jacob became the father of Peter Hunter Fullenwider June 6, 1797. At 30 years of age Jacob became the father of John Fullenwider May 14, 1798. At 32 years of age Jacob became the father of Elizabeth Fullenwider October 6, 1799. At 33 years of age Jacob became the father of Anne Fullenwider September 14, 1800. At 34 years of age Jacob became the father of Eleazar Fullenwider February 5, 1802. At 36 years of age Jacob became the father of Samuel Fullenwider September 6, 1803. At 38 years of age Jacob became the father of Mary Fullenwider September 20, 1805. At 40 years of age Jacob became the father of Lucinda Fullenwider June 7, 1807. At 41 years of age Jacob became the father of Christopher Fullenwider April 4, 1809. At 43 years of age Jacob became the father of Gamaliel Fullenwider December 2, 1810. At 45 years of age Jacob became the father of Nancy Fullenwider February 13, 1813. At 47 years of age Jacob became the father of David Fullenwider October 15, 1814. At 48 years of age Jacob became the father of Henry Winter Fullenwider January 20, 1816. At 51 years of age Jacob became the father of Catherine Fullenwider December 9, 1818. At 53 years of age Jacob became the father of Jacob Crow Fullenwider November 17, 1820.

child + 42 vii. Barbara Fullenwider was born 1771.

child 87 viii. Ann Fullenwider was born in Frederick Co., MD ca 1771. She married Thomas Infield March 10, 1794. Thomas became the father of Elizabeth Infield ca 1795. Thomas became the father of Jacob Infield ca 1797. Thomas became the father of Joseph Infield ca 1799. Thomas became the father of Mary Infield ca 1801. Thomas became the father of Lewis Infield ca 1803. Thomas became the father of Thomas Infield ca 1805.

Ann became the mother of Elizabeth Infield ca 1795. Ann became the mother of Jacob Infield ca 1797. Ann became the mother of Joseph Infield ca 1799. Ann became the mother of Mary Infield ca 1801. Ann became the mother of Lewis Infield ca 1803. Ann became the mother of Thomas Infield ca 1805.

88. Barbara5 birth date unknown.

She married Henry Fullenwider in Switzerland, circa 1747. Henry was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland April 5, 1722. Henry was the son of Jacob Vollenweider and Elizabeth Bär. Henry died 1793 in Shelby Co., KY, at 71 years of age. Henry became the father of Solomon Fullenwider in Europe, ca 1748. Henry became the father of Mary Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, ca 1752. Henry became the father of Henry Fullenwider, Jr. in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1756. Henry became the father of Peter Fullenwider in Frederick Co., PA, ca 1760. Henry became the father of Elizabeth Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1764. At 45 years of age Henry became the father of Jacob Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, June 2, 1767. At 49 years of age Henry became the father of Barbara Fullenwider 1771. Henry became the father of Ann Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1771. (See Henry Fullenwider for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Barbara became the mother of Solomon Fullenwider in Europe, ca 1748. Barbara became the mother of Mary Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, ca 1752. Barbara became the mother of Henry Fullenwider, Jr. in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1756. Barbara became the mother of Peter Fullenwider in Frederick Co., PA, ca 1760. Barbara became the mother of Elizabeth Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1764. Barbara became the mother of Jacob Fullenwider in Hagerstown, MD, June 2, 1767. Barbara became the mother of Barbara Fullenwider 1771. Barbara became the mother of Ann Fullenwider in Frederick Co., MD, ca 1771.

89. Francis5 Holton (Francis6) was born circa 1725. Francis died 1779 in York Co., PA, at 54 years of age.

He married Mary January 1745. Mary died circa 1781. Mary became the mother of William Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1757. Mary became the mother of Margery Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1759. Mary became the mother of Joseph Holton in York Co., PA, circa 1761. Mary became the mother of Mary Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1763. Mary became the mother of Samuel Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1765. Mary became the mother of Ann Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1767. Mary became the mother of Benjamin Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1769. Mary became the mother of Elizabeth Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1771.

Francis became the father of William Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1757. Francis became the father of Margery Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1759. Francis became the father of Joseph Holton in York Co., PA, circa 1761. Francis became the father of Mary Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1763. Francis became the father of Samuel Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1765. Francis became the father of Ann Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1767. Francis became the father of Benjamin Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1769. Francis became the father of Elizabeth Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1771. Francis Holton bought land in the Wiccaco section of Philadelphia in 1749 and sold it in 1759. He then moved to an estate named "Solitude" in Chanceford Twp., York Co., PA.

Francis Holton and Mary had the following children:

child 90 i. William4 Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1757.

child 91 ii. Margery Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1759.

child + 43 iii. Joseph Holton was born circa 1761.

child 92 iv. Mary Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1763.

child 93 v. Samuel Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1765.

child 94 vi. Ann Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1767.

child 95 vii. Benjamin Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1769.

child 96 viii. Elizabeth Holton was born in York Co., PA ca 1771.

97. Mary5 birth date unknown. Mary died circa 1781.

She married Francis Holton January 1745. Francis was born circa 1725. Francis was the son of Francis Holton and Margery. Francis died 1779 in York Co., PA, at 54 years of age. Francis became the father of William Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1757. Francis became the father of Margery Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1759. Francis became the father of Joseph Holton in York Co., PA, circa 1761. Francis became the father of Mary Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1763. Francis became the father of Samuel Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1765. Francis became the father of Ann Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1767. Francis became the father of Benjamin Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1769. Francis became the father of Elizabeth Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1771. (See Francis Holton for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Mary became the mother of William Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1757. Mary became the mother of Margery Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1759. Mary became the mother of Joseph Holton in York Co., PA, circa 1761. Mary became the mother of Mary Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1763. Mary became the mother of Samuel Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1765. Mary became the mother of Ann Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1767. Mary became the mother of Benjamin Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1769. Mary became the mother of Elizabeth Holton in York Co., PA, ca 1771.

98. Robert5 Futhey birth date unknown.

Robert Futhey had the following child:

child + 53 i. Isabella4 Futhey.

99. Andrew Lee5 Benefiel birth date unknown.

Andrew became the father of George Eli Benefiel in York Co., PA, December 25, 1759.

Andrew Lee Benefiel had the following child:

child + 54 i. George Eli4 Benefiel was born December 25, 1759.

100. George5 Buchanan (William6, John7) was born Romelt, County Donegal, Ireland 1721. George died 1818 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 97 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN.

He married twice. He married Esther Campbell in Ireland, ca 1763. Esther died ca 1773 in Ireland. Esther became the mother of Mary Buchanan in Ireland, March 15, 1764. Esther became the mother of William Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. Esther became the mother of Margaret Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. He married unknown ca 1774. Unknown became the mother of Wilson Buchanan in New York, 1775. Unknown became the mother of John Buchanan ca 1779. Unknown became the mother of Martha Buchanan 1781. Unknown became the mother of David Buchanan in PA, 1786.

At 42 years of age George became the father of Mary Buchanan in Ireland, March 15, 1764. At 50 years of age George became the father of William Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. At 50 years of age George became the father of Margaret Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. At 54 years of age George became the father of Wilson Buchanan in New York, 1775. George became the father of John Buchanan ca 1779. At 60 years of age George became the father of Martha Buchanan 1781. At 65 years of age George became the father of David Buchanan in PA, 1786. George Buchanan was born in County Donegal, Ireland about 1721. He married Esther Campbell in Ireland where she died. He immigrated to York County, Pennsylvania with his children about 1774. He remarried probably about 1774 and had more children. The name of his second wife is not known. In 1790 he moved to Kentucky from Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He is listed in the tax list for Woodford County, Kentucky in 1792, 1793, 1794, and 1795. He moved to Jefferson County, Indiana in 1813 where he died in 1818. He served as a Private in the 5th Pennsylvania Continental Line in the Revolutionary War. Some information about George Buchanan appears in the Biographies Forum of the Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb project and the author is Bob Scott: George Buchanan, who came to Jefferson or Ripley Co., Ind., is the ancestor of hundreds and probably thousands of Southern Indiana residents. The DAR says that George came from York Co., Pa., and that he lived 1721-1818, married Esther Campbell and served in the Fourth Pennsylvania Continental line in the Revolutionary War. All of these facts might be true. But none are proven.

There is no documentation of where he was born, his age, when or who he married or where he lived. No one has identified George on any tax list or deeds. He could have been born in Ramelton, Donegal Co., Ireland, or in Pennsylvania. Research regarding his ancestry or siblings has been complicated by bogus family trees generated in the 1930s over the fraudulent "Buchanan Estate" in which many Buchanans were convinced they might be heirs to a great fortune.

A 1910 account by a grandson, named George W. Buchanan, states that the George lived to be 102 years old and that "grandmother" lived to be 101 and that they are buried in the McLaughlin Cemetery near Buchanan Station in Brown Township, Ripley Co. And while the 1850 Indiana census shows that two of George's children were born in Pennsylvania, it also shows that son Wilson Buchanan was born about 1775 in New York.

There are no deeds for this family in Cumberland, Huntingdon, Bedford Co. or Westmoreland Counties, Pa. Son-in-law George Benefiel served in the Revolutionary War from Cumberland Co., but lived in modern Franklin Co. A George Buchanan, who owned land in Fannett Township in Franklin Co. 1778-1781, might be our George.

Most records say that George Buchanan married Esther Campbell. There is at least circumstantial evidence for this marriage. Daughter Mary Buchanan Benefiel had a daughter, Esther Campbell Benefiel.

The family lived in Westmoreland Co., Pa., after the Revolution and moved to the Paris, Ky., area about 1790, according to the biography of grandson Jacob Buchanan. The earliest reliable record of the family in Kentucky comes on 28 Jan. 1795 when George's son Wilson Buchanan married in Bourbon Co. Son William Buchanan may be the William on the 1795 Scott Co. tax list as George Benefiel is on that same list. An earlier record is that of Hugh Cowen who married Mary or Margaret Buchanan on 9 Oct. 1794 in Bourbon Co. Transcriptions differ and the original bond has not been found.

George and his four sons appear on no Bourbon tax lists (although the Benefiels and McLaughlins appear there.) There are no Bourbon deeds for any members of the family except the McLaughlins. There is a George Buchanan, who could be our man, and a John Buchanan on Woodford Co. tax lists 1792-1795, but there are no Buchanan deeds in Woodford Co.

Son Wilson Buchanan appears on the Franklin Co. tax list of 22 March 1797. All four Buchanan brothers, William, Wilson, John and David, along with brother-in-law Hugh Cowen, appear Aug. 10 1801 on the Franklin Co. tax list, living on Benson Creek. But no Franklin Co. deeds involve this family.

Illinois researchers say that about 1800 the Buchanans moved to a place 20 miles upstream from Madison on the Ohio River. This is consistent with Federal land records that show that John Buchanan bought land on 10 Sept.1804 near the site of modern Florence, Switzerland Co.

In 1807, Wilson and John Buchanan are listed on the territorial census for Dearborn Co., which then included Switzerland Co. The family probably moved to the border of Jefferson and Ripley Co. about Aug. 25,1809 when John Buchanan purchased the SE1/4 Section 34 Twp. 6N Range 11E and the SW1/4 Section 25 in what became Brown Township.

The 1910 Madison Courier article gives the best authority for George's family: George W. Buchanan listed his uncles, John and William Buchanan. George W. also listed Uncle George Benefiel, Uncle George McLaughlin and cousin William McLaughlin.

Another element in Buchanan history is the Buchanan Station, the blockhouse, that the family is reported to have erected on its land because of Indian trouble. The date of its construction is usually given as occurring 1813 in Brown Twp., Ripley Co., not far from the Jefferson Co. border. However, the 1860s, Perret Dufour reports orders given to David Hillis, whose militia company was charged marching with constructing the block house that became known as Buchanan station. Hillis' orders were dated May 10, 1812. Dufour said that Hillis constructed the fort without delay.

All branches of the family maintain the tradition that George was a Revolutionary War soldier. The DAR lists George's service in the Fourth Pennsylvania 1778-1781 and cites the Pennsylvania Archives as proof. But the Archives only show that A George Buchanan served in that unit. No age or town is given. Federal records show that in 1786 an Ezekiel and Elizabeth Buchanan were paid for services of George Buchanan in the Fourth in Pennsylvania. They were paid with interest accuring from Jan. 1, 1781. Why were these two people paid and not the soldier? I can only conclude that these two were heirs of a man who died by 1786.

Children of George Buchanan 1. Mary Buchanan 19 March 1764-21 May 1857 died in Jefferson Co., Ind., and is buried in the Jefferson Church Cem., along with her husband, George Eli Benefiel 25 Dec. 1759-1 April 1832. The family moved to Indiana shortly after daughter Esther married Robert McLelland on 3 January 1814 in Clark Co., Ky. 2. Margaret Buchanan 1771-1837. Dates are from the DAR. She is probably the Margaret Buchanan (some transcriptions say Mary) who married Hugh Cowen on 9 Oct. 1794 in Bourbon Co. 3. William Buchanan 1771-Feb. 1845 He is buried in a small family cemetery several hundred feet west of Buchanan Station. His stone was moved to the Buchanan family cemetery opposite the recreated fort sometime between 1972 and 1984. William was married before 1796, probably in Kentucky, as his oldest son, William H. Buchanan was born that year. He may have been the William who married Fanny Buchanan in 29 May 1801 in Franklin Co., Ky. He is probably the William who married Catherine Yount 1813 in Jefferson Co. William's estate was probated in Ripley Co. His widow, Elizabeth's (Elizabeth, perhaps Catherine Elizabeth Yount?) estate in Jefferson. 4. Wilson Buchanan 1774/75-19 April 1851 Buried in the Buchanan Cemetery, Wilson married Rebecca Lockridge in 1795 in Bourbon Co., Ky. Wilson probably married Hannah Ricketts, 1790-13 Feb. 1853 in Dearborn Co., Ind., in 1809. However, Dearborn records were destroyed by fire in 1826. 5. John Buchanan 1779-6 May 1847, buried Old Bethel Cem., Craig Twp., Switzerland Co. He left a will in Switzerland Co. John had a first marriage, possibly to Tabitha Freeman. John married 2nd on 6 May 1813 in Jefferson Co., Rachel Short. 6. Martha E. Buchanan 1780-16 Nov. 1833 She m. George McLaughlin 29 Dec. 1773-5 April 1846. Both buried in McLaughlin Cem. west of the fort, but the stones were removed to the Buchanan family cemetery between 1972 and 1984. 7. David Buchanan b. 1785/86 in Pennsylvania, probably died by 1860. According to the 1850 census in Brown Twp., he was age 64, born in Pennsylvania. His first marrige has not been discovered, but three of his children were born before 1814 when he married Nancy Buchanan, 1786/87-after 1880. Her relationship, if any, is unknown. 8. George Buchanan. Stayed in Pennsylvania, unmarried, according to Illinois family researchers. 9. Jane Buchanan m _______ Read, mother of poet Thomas Buchanan Read. This daughter is also listed by Illinois family researchers.

George Buchanan and Esther Campbell had the following children:

child 101 i. Jean4 Buchanan. She married James Read.

child 102 ii. George Buchanan.

child + 66 iii. Mary Buchanan was born March 15, 1764.

child 103 iv. William Buchanan was born in Ireland 1771. William died February 1845 at 73 years of age. His body was interred in Buchanan cemetery, Ripley Co., IN. He married twice. He married Elizabeth Barker ca 1795. He married Catherine Yount in Jefferson Co., IN, 1813. His biogrpahy written by Bob Scott found on the Biographies Forum of the Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site: William BUCHANAN was a pioneering farmer, who came to the border area of Jefferson and Ripley Counties in 1809. He was one of four sons of Rev. War Soldier George BUCHANAN. William died in February 1845, aged 73 years 11 months, according to his tombstone. He is buried in a small family cemetery several hundred feet southwest of Buchanan Station. However, his tombstone and one for a granddaughter were moved to the nearby Buchanan Family Cemetery between 1972 and 1984. It is likely that he is the William BUCHANAN who is on the 1795 tax list for Scott Co., Ky. Brother-in-law George BENEFIEL is also on that list. William was married before1796 as his oldest son, William H. Buchanan, was born in Kentucky that year. He may have been the William who married Fanny Buchanan in 1801 in Franklin Co., Ky. Two Wilson Buchanans are listed 22 May 1797 on the Woodford Co., tax list, but this probably should have been William and Wilson. In 1801, William and his three brothers are all listed on the Franklin Co. tax list with William owning three horses. The four disappear from Kentucky records by 1802 and had probably moved to the area of modern Florence, Switzerland Co., where brother John purchased land in 1804. John then purchased land in Ripley Co. on the Jefferson Co., border in 1809. William and brother Wilson were fined in Jefferson Co. for assaults occurring in that county in 1812. William then purchased 60 acres in Section 34 Twp. 6N Range 11E in Ripley Co. from brother John on 25 Feb. 1819. His marriages have not been resolved. A William Buchanan, presumably this one, married Catherine Yount 1813 in Jefferson Co. However, William's widow as listed in Ripley Co. probate records is listed in Elizabeth and her probate record in 1848 in Jefferson Co. lists the same five children. One record says that William married Elizabeth Barber, but offers no proof. The Yount family, of German origin, may have followed the German custom in children had a saints name as first name and a middle name for everyday use. So his widow may have been Catherine Elizabeth YOUNT. The probate of William's estate in Ripley Co. includes a map that shows the division of his land. His estate was probated in Ripley Co.; his widow's will was probated in 1848 in Jefferson. Both estates name the same six children.

Children of William Buchanan 1. WILLIAM H. BUCHANAN 22 Aug. 1796-8 May 1877, buried Jefferson Church Cem. He was born in Kentucky according to the 1850 census. He m. 1st Jane Buchanan, his cousin, on 24 Mar. 1819 in Ripley Co. She lived 21 Sept. 1802-21 Feb. 1833 He m. 2nd on 10 Oct. 1833 in Ripley Co., Nancy O'Neill 25 Nov. 1816/17-28 Dec. 1862, buried Jefferson Church. William owned land in the Barbersville area in Jefferson Co. 2. MARGARET BUCHANAN ca. 1801-ca. 1886 (age 49, 185 census) She m. 15 Dec. 1825 in Ripley Co., William Cowen, ca. 1801-18 Oct. 1882 They lived 1850 Brown Twp., 1860 Otter Creek Twp. In 1880 both were listed in the Ripley Co. infirmary. 3. ELIZABETH BUCHANAN 31 July 1810-27 Feb. 1889 She m. John Cowen March 1807-27 Jan. 1887, born Bourbon Co., died Wells Twp., Rice Co., Minn., both buried Maple Lawn Cem., Faribault, Minn. His biography in the History of Rice Co., published in 1882, gives birth dates. It says he came to Indiana in 1833, so he may not be William Cowen's brother. The family lived in winter of 1854/55 in Des Moines Co., Iowa, then moved to Minnesota. They lived 1870 Wells Twp. Rice Co., Minn 4. MARY BUCHANAN 1814-18 Mar. 1841, buried Jefferson Church Cem. She m. 27 Aug. 1835 in Ripley Co., Robert Means He lived 1850 Brown Twp. (age 36) His second wife was named Elizabeth. This is probably Elizabeth Bales. She and Robert received a license in Jefferson Co. on 21 Apr. 1842. 5. MARTHA BUCHANAN died May 1847 She m. 23 Sept. 1826 in Ripley Co., John Hamilton, who died in May 1846. He was clerk and recorder in Jackson Co., Ind. 6. NANCY BUCHANAN b. 1815/16 She m. 15 Nov. 1834 in Ripley Co., William Shepherd. They lived 1850 Shelby Twp., Ripley Co. A group of minor heirs of a Nancy Shepherd are listed 8 Sept. 1876 in Ripley Co. This Nancy owned land in NE1/4 NE/14 Section 15 Twp. 6N Range 12E.

Copyright: Robert W. Scott, 1999C

child 104 v. Margaret Buchanan was born in Ireland 1771. Margaret died 1837 at 66 years of age. She married Hugh Cowen in Bourbon Co., KY, October 9, 1794.

George Buchanan and unknown had the following children:

child 105 vi. Wilson Buchanan was born in New York 1775. Wilson died April 19, 1851 in IN, at 75 years of age. His body was interred in Buchanan cemetery, Ripley Co., IN. He married twice. He married Hannah Kelso. He married Rebecca Lockridge in Bourbon Co., KY, 1795. His biography written by Bob Scott taken from the Biographies Forum of the Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site: Wilson Buchanan, 1774/75-19 April 1851 (age 76), was one of four pioneering brothers who came to the border area of Ripley Co. and Jefferson Co., Ind., in 1809, and who lent their family name to a fort built in Brown Township Ripley Co. Wilson was born in New York, according to the 1850 Brown Twp. Census. Otherwise, his earliest official record comes on 28 Jan. 1795 when he signed a marriage bond in Bourbon Co., Ky., for his marriage to Rebecca Lockridge (Lauherage on the bond.)

Wilson next appears on 22 March 1797 in the Woodford Co., Ky., tax list and then 1801 in Franklin Co. Wilson and his three brothers vanish from Kentucky records in 1802. They probably moved to the area near modern Florence, Switzerland Co., where brother John purchased government land in 1804. Wilson is recorded in 1807 in the territorial census for Dearborn Co., which then included Switzerland Co.

Wilson probably married Hannah Ricketts, 1790-13 Feb. 1853 in Dearborn Co., Ind., in 1809. However, Dearborn records were destroyed by fire in 1826. This marriage is proved by the probate the estate of Hannah's father, Robert Ricketts, in Ohio Co., Ind.

The brothers probably moved to Ripley Co. when John Buchanan purchased land on Aug. 25, 1809. in the SE1/4 Section 34 Twp. 6N Range 11E. This land is in Brown Twp. and borders Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co. Wilson purchased this land from John on Feb. 27, 1819. Wilson purchased additional tracts from the government in both counties. In 1812, Wilson and brother William were fined for assaults tht occurred in what was then Jefferson Co. In 1819, Wilson also served the first grand jury in Ripley Co.

Wilson's land became the site of a fort built in 1812 because of Indian troubles. Although modern accounts usually state the fort was built in May 1813, this appears to be in error. Perret Dufour, writing in the 1870s, reported that Lt. Col. David Hillis ordered Elisha Golay to build a block house on the north line of Jefferson Co. This order was given on May 15, 1812. Golay was ordered to proceed without delay, according to Dufour, who wrote that this blockhouse was known as Buchanan's Station.

Although he did not leave a will, Wilson's children are documented. Three died young: Robert, Vienna and Rebecca. These were recorded in Jefferson Co. cemetery records by Mary Hill with the inscriptions showing all three as children of W&H Buchanan. An estate settlement in Ripley Co. (Complete Record G p. 435) on 28 Jan. 1854 lists 11 surviving heirs; and the surviving grandchildren of the three deceased children.

While most of the surviving children are called heirs, not children, the equal division of the estate should be considered proof that they were children. The three deceased heirs, William Buchanan, Patsy Hankins, Sarah Favors, are specifically called children of Wilson Buchanan, the three deceased children are specifically cited as children of Wilson.

The probate of Robert Ricketts' estate in Ohio Co., Ind., proves that nine of Wilson's 14 children who survived to adulthood were by Hannah. Eight are listed in the probate record, while on Feb. 24, 1855, the ninth, David Buchanan, sold a lot of Ricketts' land that had been set off in a lottery to the heirs.

Children of Wilson Buchanan and Rebecca Lockridge 1. John Henry Buchanan b. 1795/96 (aged 54 in 1850, twin?) He married 14 Sept. 1825 in Ripley Co., Octavia Tabitha Schaffer. They lived 1850 in Gallatin Co., Ky. John died by 1860 as Tabitha and her children had moved to Otter Creek Twp., Ripley Co. 2. Mary (Polly) Buchanan b. 1795/96 (aged 54 in 1850, twin?) She m. 9 July 1818 in Jefferson Co., Stephen Washer. He is listed 1850 in a separate household in Milton Twp., while she is listed in the home of her son, Solomon Washer. 3. Sarah Buchanan, probably born 1799/1800, died 1831-1839. She m. 30 Sept. 1819 in Jefferson Co., Thomas Favors. She is listed as a deceased daughter in Wilson's estate settlement. 4. William Buchanan 1801-1833 Buried in the Buchanan cemetery. He married in 1824 in Jefferson Co., Edna Hankins, ca. 1800-1870/80. He is listed as Wilson's deceased son. Edna married 2nd 14 June 1851 in Jefferson Co., Isaac Conner. 5. Patsy Buchanan, probably born around 1805, died 1831-1836. She m. 15 Jan 1824 in Jefferson Co., John Hankins (1802/03-20 Apr. 1881), died Shelby Twp. Patsy is called a deceased daughter.

Wilson Buchanan (4) and Hannah Ricketts 6. David Buchanan 3 Apr. 1810-3 Jan. 1875 He married Edith Hankins 25 Aug. 1814-20 Aug. 1891. Both are buried in the Milton Baptist Church Cem., Milton Twp. There is no record of their marriage, but it is proven by the settlement of Wilson's estate in probate court in Ripley Co. and through deeds settling Joseph Hankins' estate in Jefferson Co. in 1836 as well as by death records of some of their children. 7. Susannah Buchanan 26 Nov. 1811-26 Nov. 1882. Born in Indiana, she died in Ripley Co. She married 1st 1831 in Ripley Co., Andrew G. Risk 22 Sept. 1810-2 Dec. 1842. Both are buried in a Risk family cemetery in Brown Twp., Ripley Co. She married 2nd 26 Dec. 1844 in Ripley Co., James N. Campbell 24 Dec. 1820-11 June 1879. 8. Dorcas Buchanan 1813/14-1 Apr. 1891, born in Indiana died in Jefferson Co. She married 21 Feb. 1831 in Ripley Co., John I. Risk, brother of Andrew and James Risk. John died 15 July 1882. Both are buried in a Risk family cemetery on Hicks Ridge in Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co. 9. Robert Buchanan 1815/16-1827, buried Buchanan Cem. (age 11 years) 10. Elizabeth Buchanan 9 June 1819-21 Aug. 1906, buried West Fork Cem. She married John Vestal by 1840, but there is no marriage record in Jefferson or Ripley Co. He died by 1850 when she lived in Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co. 11. Enoch Buchanan 21 Oct. 1821-19 Feb. 1883 He married 1st Nov. 1841 in Jefferson Co., Lucinda Conner 7 Mar. 1823-2 Sept. 1857. He married 2nd 15 Feb. 1869 in Jefferson Co., Rebecca Hillis 13 Apr. 1837-5 Apr. 1919, all three buried in the Buchanan Family Cemetery. 12. Vienna Buchanan 1822-Sept. 1827, buried Buchanan Cem. (age 5 years) 13. Mahala Buchanan 1823/24-after 1880 She married 1839 in Ripley Co., Greenbury Hayes, who died 1870/80. 14. Rebecca Buchanan 1826-1827, buried Buchanan Cem. (age 13 months.) 15. Emeline Buchanan 1826/27-after 1880. She married 14 June 1844 in Ripley Co., James Risk. He died in Ripley Co. by 30 June 1869 when she was appointed guardian of the youngest six children. 16. George W. Buchanan 26 Nov. 1828-11 Feb. 1911 He married 25 Feb. 1849 in Jefferson Co., Harriet Thornton 14 Apr. 1828-22 Nov. 1908, both buried Salem Cem., Ripley Co. 17. Tolitha Buchanan 21 May 1829-17 Sept. 1913 She married 6 May 1847 in Ripley Co., Thomas McCreary 12 July 1825-4 July 1908, both buried Salem Cem.

Copyright: Robert W. Scott, 1999

child 106 vii. John Buchanan was born ca 1779. John died May 6, 1847 Switzerland Co., IN, at 67 years of age. His body was interred in Old Bethel Cemetery, Switzerland Co., IN. He married twice. He married Eliza Short. He married Rachel Short in Jefferson Co., IN, May 6, 1813. His biography written by Bob Scott found on the Biographies Forum of the Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site: John Buchanan ca 1779-6 May 1847, farmer and merchant, was one of the earliest land purchasers in Switzerland Co. and patented the first tract in Ripley Co.

The son of Revolutionary War Soldier George Buchanan, John was probably born in central Pennsylvania; moved with his family to Westmoreland Co., Pa., after the revolution and then to the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky about 1790. John's first record comes in 1801 when he and three brothers lived on Benson Creek in Franklin Co., Ky. The four brothers probably moved to Indiana in 1802. John Buchanan of Dearborn Co., Ind., along with partner William Phillips, purchased several hundred acres in September 1804 near modern Florence, Switzerland Co., Ind. John and wife, Rachel, then living in Jefferson Co., sold this tract in 1815.

John is listed in the 1807 Indiana territorial census in Dearborn Co., and voted in an 1809 Dearborn Co. election. Next, John purchased two quarter sections in what is now Brown Township, Ripley Co. on the Jefferson Co. border on Aug. 25, 1809. On Sept. 5, 1815, John purchased land from his father-in-law, Jacob Short, on the Indian-Kentuck Creek, just downstream from Manville in Milton Twp., Jefferson Co.

John's movements have not been completely determined, but are suggested by the marriages of his daughters. Until 1940, Indiana law required marriages to occur in the county of the bride's residence. His daughters were married as follows: Nancy, 1816 in Jefferson Co; Dorcas/Tolitha, 1822, Switzerland Co.; Elizabeth, 1831, Decatur Co.; Eliza, 1832, Switzerland Co. Two other children, son, Wilson, and daughter, Nancy Short, are both buried near Greensburg.

Whatever the involvement in Decatur Co., residence there was brief. John and Rachel Buchanan were members of the Manville Christian Church in Milton Township, by 1836. They moved to Craig Township, Switzerland Co. about the time he purchased land and property on the road from Port William (Carrollton, Ky.) to Versailles on 17 Dec. 1838. This purchase included two stores and inventory. Rachel appears a membership of the Braytown Christian Church founded about this time.

John's first marriage is often listed as being to Tabitha Freeman. John is named as a son-in-law in will of Elisha Freeman, recorded in Hardin Co., Ky., and also in Jefferson Co., Ind., on 10 April 1818. The will does not give the daughter's first name. But since Freeman lived in Lincoln and Garrard Counties, and this group of Buchanans did not, the will may refer to another John Buchanan.

John's marriage to Rachel Short on 6 May 1813 in Jefferson Co. John and his inlaws, Jacob and Elizabeth Short, are all buried in the Old Bethel Cemetery in Craig Township. Old Bethel was a Baptist Church that was vanished before the formation of nearby Spring Branch Church formed in 1853. Rachel lived 1850 in Craig Township with her father, Jacob Short, in her household. She bequeathed her entire property for the education of youngest son, George A. Buchanan, at Bethany College in Virginia. John's will in Switzerland Co. favors children of the second marriage.

Children of John Buchanan and Tabitha Freeman (?) 1. Martha Buchanan b. 1792/93 (age 57 1850 census) She m. 8 July 1819 in Jefferson Co., George Henry. Family lived 1850 in Brown Co., Ind. Her age in 1850 must have been copied wrong or this is the wrong couple. John would have been about 13 in 1792. 2. Wilson Buchanan 1795-25 July 1833 He m. 9 Jan. 1817 in Jefferson Co,. Zellah Forester, died 23 June 1843, both buried Star Baptist Church Cem., Greensburg. 3. Nancy Buchanan ca. 20 Dec. 1799-17 Nov. 1855, buried Star Baptist Church Greensburg, Ind. Nancy m. 7 Jan. 1816 in Jefferson Co., Isaac Short. 4. Elizabeth Buchanan, birth and death dates unknown She m. 13 Nov. 1831 in Decatur Co., Joseph Scharmahorn. John's will calls her Elizabeth Scimmerhorn, but says she was married at that point to someone whose name John did not know. 5. Tolitha Buchanan, birth date unknown, died 1833? She m. 15 Apr. 1822 in Switzerland Co., William Huckleberry. William and Dorcas Huckleberry signed a deed on Dec. 1, 1832. In 1833, a deed from William has no wife listed. 6. Eliza Buchanan 1802/03-1852/60? She m. 30 Apr. 1832 in Switzerland Co., her cousin, Wilson Benefiel who died in 1852. They lived Madison Twp. in 1850. 7. Lucinda Buchanan 22 Jan. 1813-5 Feb. 1858, buried Vevay Cem. She m. 17 July 1830 in Switzerland Co., Alfred Wright.

John Buchanan (5) and Rachel Short 8. Sarah Buchanan 24 Apr. 1814-7 Aug. 1859, buried Spring Branch Cem. She m. 19 Dec. 1836 in Switzerland Co., David Eblen 1800-17 Jul 1882. He m. 2nd Sarah Seedwell of Ghent, Ky. 9. John Bartlett Buchanan 11 Nov. 1819-2 Nov. 1873 He m. 1st 16 Apr. 1849 in Switzerland Co., Elizabeth Peters 1820-7 Oct. 1860; m. 2nd Margaret Ann Ewing 16 May 1828-30 July 1913, all buried family cemetery in Neoga, Ill. 10. Jacob J. Buchanan 4 Feb. 1822-13 June 1902, buried Evansville, Ind. He m. 23 Jan. 1848 in Switzerland Co., Julia Ann Sauvein 11. James Garrett Buchanan 19 March 1825-11 June 1880 He m. 2 Oct. 1824 in Switzerland Co., Julia Ann Peters 22 Jan. 1828-2 Nov. 1885, buried Neoga Cem., Cumberland Co., Ill. 12. George A. Buchanan b. 1832/33 He was living Cumberland Co., Ill., on 6 March 1857.

Copyright, Robert W. Scott, 1998. Primary Sources: Will of John Buchanan, Rachel Buchanan. Records of the Manville Christian Church. Jefferson Co. wills and probate records. Transcribed Federal land records. Ewing-McCulloch-Buchanan Genealogy. History of Vandeburgh Co.

child 107 viii. Martha Buchanan was born 1781. Martha died November 16, 1833 in IN, at 52 years of age. Her body was interred in McLaughlin family cemetery, Ripley Co., IN. She married George McLaughlin ca 1797. George was born December 29, 1773. George died April 5, 1846 in IN, at 72 years of age. His body was interred in McLaughlin family cemetery, Ripley Co., IN.

child 108 ix. David Buchanan was born in PA 1786. David died ca 1855. He married twice. He married unknown ca 1808. He married Nancy Buchanan 1814. Nancy was born ca 1786. Nancy died after 1880. His biography written by Bob Scott taken from the Biographies Forum of the Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site: David BUCHANAN in one of four pioneering brothers who came to the border of Jefferson and Ripley Counties in 1809 and whose family name is linked to Buchanan Station, the fort built in Brown Twp. Less is known about David than his brothers Wilson, who lived in Brown Twp., William, who lived in Shelby Twp., Jefferson Co., and John, who lived in Decatur, Jefferson, and Switzerland Cos. The four were sons of Revolutionary War soldier George BUCHANAN. John purchased land on the county border in 1809 and sold sections to his brothers.

David was born about 1785/86 in Pennsylvania. This is based in the 1850 census for Brown Twp., which lists his age as 64. However, the DAR has historically listed him as born about 1777. Although the 1830 and 1840 censuses do not list ages, they show the oldest male in David's household as being younger than the oldest male in his brother's household by one age category, consistent with the age given in the 1850 census. He died by 1860 and Violet Toph's cemetery transcriptions speculate that a stone marked "D.B" in Salem Cemetery in Brown Twp. is the soldier's stone.

Given the age of his children, David had a first marriage, which has not yet been discovered. In 1814, he married Nancy BUCHANAN in Jefferson Co. Her relationship, if any, is unknown. Some descendants report she is daughter of an Alexander BUCHANAN, but proof has not been supplied to this writer. Nancy was born 1786/87 according to her age in the 1850 census. She was alive in 1880 Brown Twp., age 96, (hence born 1773/74 by this report) born Virginia. She living with George W. Buchanan, who was son of Joshua BUCHANAN, born ca. 1802. Joshua was possibly Nancy's brother. Joshua had married Rebecca McLAUGHLIN, a niece of David's.

As Nancy was at least 27 when she married David the possibility she may have been previously married. She was one of six original members of Brushy Fork Baptist Church in Sept. 1819 and received a letter of dismission on the 3rd Saturday in December 1861. David does not appear Brushy Fork records. Membership lists for Salem Christian Church (now called Cross Plains Church of Christ) do not exist for this period.

David purchased 65 acres from brother John in Ripley Co. on 16 Oct. 1829. This land was in Brown Township in the East part of the SE1/4 Section 31 Twp. 6N Range 11E for $165. He is probably the David who sold the land to son, William, on 6 March 1854 and may be the David who sold another 25 acres to William on 31 Jan. 1859.

Of David's children only one, William W., is truly documented. Family traditions list six children. Three of these--John, William W. and Hannah--are buried at Salem Cem. There is a Henry Buchanan buried next to John at Salem. Some believe he is also David's son, but family traditions do not list him.

Children of David Buchanan and first wife 1. JOHN BUCHANAN 1802/03-27 Nov. 1878 (age 75) He m. 15 Feb. 1825 in Ripley Co., Elizabeth Whittaker 1808-26 Sept. 1877, both buried Salem Cem. They lived 1850-70 census in Switzerland Co. His sister Rebecca lived with him in 1870. 2. JANE BUCHANAN 21 Sept. 1802-21 Feb. 1833 She appears to be the Jane Buchanan who m. 24 Mar. 1819 in Ripley Co., William H. Buchanan, her first cousin. 3. ANNA BUCHANAN 7 May 1811-27 Nov. 1881 died Gibbon, Neb. She m. 27 Feb. 1829 in Ripley Co., Lemuel Tague b. 25 Nov. 1810 They lived 1870 Brown Twp.

Children of David Buchanan and Nancy Buchanan 4. REBECCA BUCHANAN b. 1814/15 She m. 23 Sept. 1829 in Ripley Co., John Stewart. They divorced after 1850 when they lived together in Pleasant Twp., Switzerland Co. Rebecca lived 1870 in Pleasant Twp. with brother John Buchanan. 5. WILLIAM WILSON BUCHANAN 2 June 1816-1 Oct. 1883 He m. 21 June 1838 in Jefferson Co., Margaret McKinnister 4 Jan. 1819-24 Feb. 1908, both buried Salem Cem. William W.'s tombstone contains a family history. It lists him as son of David and names his wife Margaret and all of their children. 6. HANNAH BUCHANAN 1818-19 March 1855, buried Salem Cem. She m. 13 July 1838 in Ripley Co., Simeon Tague.

Copyright, Robert W. Scott, 1999.

109. Esther5 Campbell birth date unknown. Esther died ca 1773 in Ireland.

She married George Buchanan in Ireland, ca 1763. George was born Romelt, County Donegal, Ireland 1721. George was the son of William Buchanan. George died 1818 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 97 years of age. His body was interred in Jefferson Co., IN. At 42 years of age George became the father of Mary Buchanan in Ireland, March 15, 1764. At 50 years of age George became the father of William Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. At 50 years of age George became the father of Margaret Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. At 54 years of age George became the father of Wilson Buchanan in New York, 1775. George became the father of John Buchanan ca 1779. At 60 years of age George became the father of Martha Buchanan 1781. At 65 years of age George became the father of David Buchanan in PA, 1786. (See George Buchanan for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Esther became the mother of Mary Buchanan in Ireland, March 15, 1764. Esther became the mother of William Buchanan in Ireland, 1771. Esther became the mother of Margaret Buchanan in Ireland, 1771.

Sixth Generation

110. John6 Rycken (Abraham7, Abraham8) was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1690. John died 1783 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 93 years of age.

He married Geertie Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1720. Geertie was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY April 25, 1698. Geertie was the daughter of Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee and Divertje Beekman. Geertie died 1781 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 83 years of age. At 23 years of age Geertie became the mother of Abraham Rycken in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, November 25, 1721. At 27 years of age Geertie became the mother of Deborah Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, June 16, 1725. At 28 years of age Geertie became the mother of Teunis Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1726. At 29 years of age Geertie became the mother of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1727. At 31 years of age Geertie became the mother of Maria Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1729. At 34 years of age Geertie became the mother of Elizabeth Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, December 24, 1732. At 38 years of age Geertie became the mother of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, October 25, 1736. At 40 years of age Geertie became the mother of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1738. At 42 years of age Geertie became the mother of Gerardus Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 16, 1740.

At 31 years of age John became the father of Abraham Rycken in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, November 25, 1721. At 34 years of age John became the father of Deborah Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, June 16, 1725. At 36 years of age John became the father of Teunis Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1726. At 37 years of age John became the father of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1727. At 39 years of age John became the father of Maria Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1729. At 42 years of age John became the father of Elizabeth Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, December 24, 1732. At 46 years of age John became the father of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, October 25, 1736. At 48 years of age John became the father of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1738. At 50 years of age John became the father of Gerardus Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 16, 1740. The Will of John Rycken dated June 21, 1765 says it is the "Will of John Riker of Orangetown, New York".

John Rycken and Geertie Wiltsee had the following children:

child 111 i. Abraham5 Rycken was born in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ November 25, 1721. Abraham died February 9, 1820 in Rockland Co., NJ, at 98 years of age. He married Elizabeth Conklin in Newtown, Long Island, NY, 1747. Elizabeth was born in Hackensack, NJ 1727. Elizabeth was the daughter of Matthias Conklin and Sophia Mebie.

child 112 ii. Deborah Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY June 16, 1725. She married Daniel Martine Martone in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1742. Daniel was born in New Rochelle, Westchester Co., NY ca 1725. Daniel was the son of John Martine and Eva Mabie. Daniel died March 3, 1807 in Haverstraw, Westchester Co., NY, at 81 years of age.

child 113 iii. Teunis Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1726.

child 114 iv. Margaret Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1727. Margaret died December 1, 1819 at 92 years of age. She married Cornelius Blauvelt in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, August 9, 1752. Cornelius was born in Newtown, Long Island, NY ca 1722.

child 115 v. Maria Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1729. She married John Bell in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1750. John was born in Tappan, NY ca 1725.

child 116 vi. Elizabeth Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY December 24, 1732. She married Abraham Blauvelt in New York, NY, August 13, 1760.

child 117 vii. John Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY October 25, 1736. John died October 6, 1828 in Bergen Co., NJ, at 91 years of age. He married Margarette Blauvelt 1786. Margarette was born in Newtown, Long Island, NY ca 1765.

child 118 viii. Catherine Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1738. She married twice. She married John Laurence. She married John Ryder.

child + 67 ix. Gerardus Ryker was born November 16, 1740.

119. Geertie6 Wiltsee (Theunis Hendricksen7, Hendrick Martenzen8) was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY April 25, 1698. Geertie died 1781 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 83 years of age.

She married John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1720. John was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1690. John was the son of Abraham Rycken, Jr. and Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen. John died 1783 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 93 years of age. At 31 years of age John became the father of Abraham Rycken in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, November 25, 1721. At 34 years of age John became the father of Deborah Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, June 16, 1725. At 36 years of age John became the father of Teunis Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1726. At 37 years of age John became the father of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1727. At 39 years of age John became the father of Maria Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1729. At 42 years of age John became the father of Elizabeth Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, December 24, 1732. At 46 years of age John became the father of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, October 25, 1736. At 48 years of age John became the father of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1738. At 50 years of age John became the father of Gerardus Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 16, 1740. (See John Rycken for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 23 years of age Geertie became the mother of Abraham Rycken in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, November 25, 1721. At 27 years of age Geertie became the mother of Deborah Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, June 16, 1725. At 28 years of age Geertie became the mother of Teunis Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1726. At 29 years of age Geertie became the mother of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1727. At 31 years of age Geertie became the mother of Maria Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1729. At 34 years of age Geertie became the mother of Elizabeth Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, December 24, 1732. At 38 years of age Geertie became the mother of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, October 25, 1736. At 40 years of age Geertie became the mother of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1738. At 42 years of age Geertie became the mother of Gerardus Ryker in Closter, NJ, November 16, 1740.

120. Samuel6 Demaree (David7 Demarest, Samuel8 Desmarest, David9 des Marest, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ ca January, 1707. Samuel died ca 1798 in Shelby Co., KY.

He married twice. He married Antie Losier ca 1728. Antie is the daughter of Nicholas Losier and Tryntie Slot. Antie became the mother of Davidt Demaree in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1729. Antie became the mother of Niclaes Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1730. He married Leah Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, September 16, 1732. Leah was born in Hackensack, NJ August 30, 1713. Leah was the daughter of Peter Demarest and Maretie Meet. Leah died before February 16, 1799 in Kentucky, at approximately 85 years of age. Leah became the mother of Antjin "Annie" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1733. Leah became the mother of Maria "Mary" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1735. Leah became the mother of Petrus "Peter" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1737. Leah became the mother of Elizabeth Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1739. Leah became the mother of Sarah Demaree in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, ca 1741. At 30 years of age Leah became the mother of Rachel Demaree in Schrallenburg, NJ, November 19, 1743. Leah became the mother of John Demaree in Berkeley Co., VA, ca 1745. Leah became the mother of Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1748. Leah became the mother of Lea Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1752.

He was christened in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, February 1, 1707. Samuel became the father of Davidt Demaree in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1729. Samuel became the father of Niclaes Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1730. Samuel became the father of Antjin "Annie" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1733. Samuel became the father of Maria "Mary" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1735. Samuel became the father of Petrus "Peter" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1737. Samuel became the father of Elizabeth Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1739. Samuel became the father of Sarah Demaree in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, ca 1741. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Demaree in Schrallenburg, NJ, November 19, 1743. Samuel became the father of John Demaree in Berkeley Co., VA, ca 1745. Samuel became the father of Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1748. Samuel became the father of Lea Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1752. One source says Samuel and Leah Demaree emigrated to Mercer County, KY from Washington Co., Pennsylvania in 1784 with other family members and relatives.

Samuel Demaree and Antie Losier had the following children:

child 121 i. Davidt5 Demaree was born in Hackensack, NJ ca 1729. He was christened in Hackensack, NJ, June 3, 1729. Davidt Demaree must have predeceased his father leaving no descendants.

child 122 ii. Niclaes Demaree was born in Schraalenburg, NJ ca 1730. He was christened in Schraalenburg, NJ, September 3, 1730. Niclaes Demaree must have predeceased his father leaving no descendants.

Samuel Demaree and Leah Demarest had the following children:

child 123 iii. Antjin "Annie" Demaree was born in Schraalenburg, NJ ca 1733. Antjin died 1809 in Pleasureville, Henry Co., KY, at 76 years of age. She married Henry Banta in New York, New York, January 24, 1751. Henry was born in Hackensack, NJ December 9, 1718. Henry was the son of Hendrick Hendrickse Banta and Gertrude Terheune. Henry died October 14, 1805 in Shelby Co., KY, at 86 years of age.

She was christened in Schraalenburg, NJ, December 23, 1733.

child 124 iv. Maria "Mary" Demaree was born in Schraalenburg, NJ ca 1735. She married Jacobus Westervelt in Schraalenburg, NJ, November 5, 1754. Jacobus was born in Schraalenburg, NJ October 19, 1735. Jacobus was the son of James Westervelt and Debora Van Schywen. Jacobus died 1781 in Kentucky, at 45 years of age.

She was christened in Schraalenburg, NJ, October 19, 1735.

child 125 v. Petrus "Peter" Demaree was born in Schraalenburg, NJ ca 1737. Petrus died ca 1818. He married Mary Allen in New York, New York, September 30, 1759. Mary died before February 16, 1799.

He was christened in Schraalenburg, NJ, November 20, 1737.

child 126 vi. Elizabeth Demaree was born in Schraalenburg, NJ ca 1739. Elizabeth died after February 16, 1799 at approximately 59 years of age. She married Daniel Harris ca 1759. Daniel was born in Dutchess Co., NY 1737. Daniel died 1821 Switzerland Co., IN, at 84 years of age.

She was christened in Schraalenburg, NJ, May 13, 1739.

child 127 vii. Sarah Demaree was born in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA ca 1741. Sarah died after June 2, 1800 at approximately 58 years of age. She married twice. She married Benjamin Lock. Benjamin died before February 16, 1799. She married George Admire in Shelby Co., KY, June 2, 1800. George was born ca 1730. George died 1804 in Henry Co., KY, at 74 years of age.

She was christened in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, September 16, 1741.

child + 77 viii. Rachel Demaree was born November 19, 1743.

child 128 ix. John Demaree was born in Berkeley Co., VA ca 1745. He married Nancy. John Demaree apparently predeceased his father leaving no descendants.

child 129 x. Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree was born in New York, New York ca 1748. Tryntie died ca 1825 in near Hanover, IN. She married Jacob Smock in New York, New York, 1773. Jacob was born in Raritan, Somerset Co., NJ May 20, 1740. Jacob was the son of Jan Smock and Leah Fonteyn. Jacob died 1818 in Hanover, Jefferson Co., IN, at 78 years of age.

She was christened in New York, New York, May 25, 1749.

child 130 xi. Lea Demaree was born in New York, New York ca 1752. She married Abraham Van Buskirk in New York, New York, ca 1772. Abraham was born in New York, New York ca 1748.

She was christened in New York, New York, August 12, 1752. Lea Demaree apparently predeceased her father leaving no descendants.

131. Leah6 Demarest (Peter7, Jean8 des Marest, David9, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Hackensack, NJ August 30, 1713. Leah died before February 16, 1799 in Kentucky, at approximately 85 years of age.

She married Samuel Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, September 16, 1732. Samuel was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ ca January, 1707. Samuel was the son of David Demarest and Matie DeBaun. Samuel died ca 1798 in Shelby Co., KY. He was christened in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, February 1, 1707. Samuel became the father of Davidt Demaree in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1729. Samuel became the father of Niclaes Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1730. Samuel became the father of Antjin "Annie" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1733. Samuel became the father of Maria "Mary" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1735. Samuel became the father of Petrus "Peter" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1737. Samuel became the father of Elizabeth Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1739. Samuel became the father of Sarah Demaree in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, ca 1741. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Demaree in Schrallenburg, NJ, November 19, 1743. Samuel became the father of John Demaree in Berkeley Co., VA, ca 1745. Samuel became the father of Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1748. Samuel became the father of Lea Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1752. (See Samuel Demaree for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Leah became the mother of Antjin "Annie" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1733. Leah became the mother of Maria "Mary" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1735. Leah became the mother of Petrus "Peter" Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1737. Leah became the mother of Elizabeth Demaree in Schraalenburg, NJ, ca 1739. Leah became the mother of Sarah Demaree in Hampton, Bucks Co., PA, ca 1741. At 30 years of age Leah became the mother of Rachel Demaree in Schrallenburg, NJ, November 19, 1743. Leah became the mother of John Demaree in Berkeley Co., VA, ca 1745. Leah became the mother of Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1748. Leah became the mother of Lea Demaree in New York, New York, ca 1752.

132. Jacob6 Vollenweider (Ulrich7, Gorius8) was born in Switzerland December 25, 1697. Jacob died April 2, 1761 at 63 years of age.

He married Elizabeth Bär in Switzerland, December 4, 1720. Elizabeth was born in Switzerland March 28, 1698. At 24 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Henry Fullenwider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, April 5, 1722. At 26 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzereland, March 25, 1725. At 28 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Ulrich Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, February 23, 1727. At 31 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of John Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, March 15, 1730. At 34 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, October 19, 1732. At 39 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Susanna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, September 8, 1737.

At 24 years of age Jacob became the father of Henry Fullenwider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, April 5, 1722. At 27 years of age Jacob became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzereland, March 25, 1725. At 29 years of age Jacob became the father of Ulrich Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, February 23, 1727. At 32 years of age Jacob became the father of John Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, March 15, 1730. At 34 years of age Jacob became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, October 19, 1732. At 39 years of age Jacob became the father of Susanna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, September 8, 1737.

Jacob Vollenweider and Elizabeth Bär had the following children:

child + 80 i. Henry5 Fullenwider was born April 5, 1722.

child 133 ii. Anna Vollenweider was born in Canton Zurich, Switzereland March 25, 1725.

child 134 iii. Ulrich Vollenweider was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland February 23, 1727. He married Margaret. Ulrich Vollenweider immigrated to Augusta County, Virginia in 1747. He was known as Ulrich Fulwider in Virginia.

child 135 iv. John Vollenweider was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland March 15, 1730.

child 136 v. Jacob Vollenweider was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland October 19, 1732. He married Charity. Jacob Vollenweider immigrated to Frederick County, Maryland in 1749. He was known as Jacob Fullewider in Maryland.

child 137 vi. Susanna Vollenweider was born in Canton Zurich, Switzerland September 8, 1737.

138. Elizabeth6 Bär was born in Switzerland March 28, 1698.

She married Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 4, 1720. Jacob was born in Switzerland December 25, 1697. Jacob was the son of Ulrich Vollenweider and Elizabeth Dubs. Jacob died April 2, 1761 at 63 years of age. At 24 years of age Jacob became the father of Henry Fullenwider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, April 5, 1722. At 27 years of age Jacob became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzereland, March 25, 1725. At 29 years of age Jacob became the father of Ulrich Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, February 23, 1727. At 32 years of age Jacob became the father of John Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, March 15, 1730. At 34 years of age Jacob became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, October 19, 1732. At 39 years of age Jacob became the father of Susanna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, September 8, 1737. (See Jacob Vollenweider for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 24 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Henry Fullenwider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, April 5, 1722. At 26 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzereland, March 25, 1725. At 28 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Ulrich Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, February 23, 1727. At 31 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of John Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, March 15, 1730. At 34 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, October 19, 1732. At 39 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Susanna Vollenweider in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, September 8, 1737.

139. Francis6 Holton birth date unknown. Francis died ca 1759 in PA.

He married Margery. Margery died 1761 in York Co., PA. Margery became the mother of Francis Holton circa 1725.

Francis became the father of Francis Holton circa 1725. Francis Holton was taxed in New Garden Twp., Chester Co., PA 1732-34.

Francis Holton and Margery had the following children:

child 140 i. Ann5 Holton. Ann died ca 1802-1805 Buncombe Co., NC. She married twice. She married Samuel Morton. She married Mr. Wallace. Mr. Wallace was the first husband of Ann Holton.

child 141 ii. Elizabeth Holton. She married Mr. Farr.

child 142 iii. Mary Holton. She married Mr. Rowland.

child 143 iv. Margery Holton. She married Mr. Breaden.

child + 89 v. Francis Holton was born circa 1725.

144. Margery6 birth date unknown. Margery died 1761 in York Co., PA.

She married twice. She married Francis Holton. Francis died ca 1759 in PA. Francis became the father of Francis Holton circa 1725. She married William Morrison.

Margery became the mother of Francis Holton circa 1725.

145. William6 Buchanan (John7) birth date unknown.

William became the father of George Buchanan Romelt, County Donegal, Ireland, 1721.

William Buchanan had the following children:

child 146 i. William Harrison5 Buchanan.

child 147 ii. Elizabeth Buchanan.

child 148 iii. Archibald Buchanan.

child 149 iv. James Buchanan.

child + 100 v. George Buchanan was born 1721.

Seventh Generation

150. Abraham7 Rycken, Jr. (Abraham8) was born in New Amsterdam, NY December 26, 1655. Abraham died August 20, 1746 in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, at 90 years of age.

He married Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen in New Amsterdam, NY, January 10, 1682. Grietje was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY January 10, 1661. Grietje was the daughter of Jan Gerrits Van Buytenhuysen and Tryntie Janse. Grietje died November 15, 1732 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 71 years of age. At 22 years of age Grietje became the mother of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1683. At 24 years of age Grietje became the mother of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 18, 1685. At 27 years of age Grietje became the mother of Mary Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1688. At 29 years of age Grietje became the mother of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1690. At 30 years of age Grietje became the mother of Abraham Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1691. At 35 years of age Grietje became the mother of Hendrick Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1696. At 38 years of age Grietje became the mother of Andrew Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 8, 1699. At 41 years of age Grietje became the mother of Jacob Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1702.

At 27 years of age Abraham became the father of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1683. At 29 years of age Abraham became the father of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 18, 1685. At 32 years of age Abraham became the father of Mary Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1688. At 34 years of age Abraham became the father of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1690. At 35 years of age Abraham became the father of Abraham Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1691. At 40 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1696. At 43 years of age Abraham became the father of Andrew Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 8, 1699. At 46 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacob Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1702.

Abraham Rycken, Jr. and Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen had the following children:

child 151 i. Catherine6 Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1683. She married Anthony Lynch.

child 152 ii. Margaret Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY April 18, 1685. Margaret died January 8, 1775 at 89 years of age. She married three times. She married Thomas Lynch. She married Anthony Duane. She married Peter Braisted in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, January 8, 1775.

child 153 iii. Mary Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1688. She married Hasuelt Van Keuren in New Amsterdam, NY, October 31, 1714.

child + 110 iv. John Rycken was born 1690.

child 154 v. Abraham Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1691. Abraham died February 23, 1770 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 78 years of age. He married Geesie Van Alst 1715.

child 155 vi. Hendrick Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1696. Hendrick died July 27, 1761 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 65 years of age. He married Elizabeth Peek in New Amsterdam, NY, October 20, 1722.

child 156 vii. Andrew Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY November 8, 1699. Andrew died February 12, 1763 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 63 years of age. He married Jane (Berrien) Laurence in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 13, 1733.

child 157 viii. Jacob Rycken was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1702. Jacob died 1778 in Closter, Bergen Co., NJ, at 76 years of age. He married Catharine Pumroy in New Amsterdam, NY, May 25, 1729. Catharine died 1778.

158. Grietje Janse7 Van Buytenhuysen (Jan Gerrits8) was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY January 10, 1661. Grietje died November 15, 1732 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 71 years of age.

She married Abraham Rycken Jr. in New Amsterdam, NY, January 10, 1682. Abraham was born in New Amsterdam, NY December 26, 1655. Abraham was the son of Abraham Rycken and Grietie Harmensen. Abraham died August 20, 1746 in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, at 90 years of age. At 27 years of age Abraham became the father of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1683. At 29 years of age Abraham became the father of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 18, 1685. At 32 years of age Abraham became the father of Mary Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1688. At 34 years of age Abraham became the father of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1690. At 35 years of age Abraham became the father of Abraham Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1691. At 40 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1696. At 43 years of age Abraham became the father of Andrew Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 8, 1699. At 46 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacob Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1702. (See Abraham Rycken, Jr. for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 22 years of age Grietje became the mother of Catherine Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1683. At 24 years of age Grietje became the mother of Margaret Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 18, 1685. At 27 years of age Grietje became the mother of Mary Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1688. At 29 years of age Grietje became the mother of John Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1690. At 30 years of age Grietje became the mother of Abraham Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1691. At 35 years of age Grietje became the mother of Hendrick Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1696. At 38 years of age Grietje became the mother of Andrew Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 8, 1699. At 41 years of age Grietje became the mother of Jacob Rycken in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1702.

159. Theunis Hendricksen7 Wiltsee (Hendrick Martenzen8) was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1674. Theunis died 1744 in Dobbs Ferry, NY, at 70 years of age.

He married Divertje Beekman in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, September 23, 1697. Divertje is the daughter of Gerardus Beekman and Magdaleentje Abeel. Divertje became the mother of Margaret Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1697. Divertje became the mother of Geertie Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 25, 1698. Divertje became the mother of Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, 1700. Divertje became the mother of Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, April 3, 1702. Divertje became the mother of Hilligant (Huldah) Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, 1704. Divertje became the mother of Gerardus Wiltsee in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY, 1706. Divertje became the mother of Deborah Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, 1709. Divertje became the mother of Sophia Wiltsee 1711. Divertje became the mother of Maria Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, ca 1712.

At 23 years of age Theunis became the father of Margaret Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1697. At 23 years of age Theunis became the father of Geertie Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 25, 1698. At 26 years of age Theunis became the father of Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, 1700. At 27 years of age Theunis became the father of Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, April 3, 1702. At 30 years of age Theunis became the father of Hilligant (Huldah) Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, 1704. At 32 years of age Theunis became the father of Gerardus Wiltsee in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY, 1706. At 35 years of age Theunis became the father of Deborah Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, 1709. At 37 years of age Theunis became the father of Sophia Wiltsee 1711. Theunis became the father of Maria Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, ca 1712. Theunis Wiltsee served as a private in Capt. Nathan Hayward's First Regiment of the Queens' County militia of 1715 at Newtown and Dobb's Ferry. He bought his father's farm at Hell Gate April 13, 1706.

Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee and Divertje Beekman had the following children:

child 160 i. Margaret6 Wiltsee was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1697. Margaret died after 1773. She married twice. She married Andries Stockholm. She married Nicholas Dent in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, October 21, 1729.

child + 119 ii. Geertie Wiltsee was born April 25, 1698.

child 161 iii. Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee was born in Flatbush, Newtown, NY 1700. He married Sarah Wiltse.

child 162 iv. Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee was born in Jamaica, Queens, NY April 3, 1702. Hendrick died November 1794 in Newtown, Dutchess Co., NY, at 92 years of age. He married Pieternelle Van de Boog January 21, 1726.

child 163 v. Hilligant (Huldah) Wiltsee was born in Jamaica, Queens, NY 1704.

child 164 vi. Gerardus Wiltsee was born in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY 1706. Gerardus died August 1762 in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY, at 56 years of age. He married Aphasia Brown.

child 165 vii. Deborah Wiltsee was born in Long Island, NY 1709.

child 166 viii. Sophia Wiltsee was born 1711.

child 167 ix. Maria Wiltsee was born in Long Island, NY ca 1712.

168. Divertje7 Beekman (Gerardus8) birth date unknown.

She married Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, September 23, 1697. Theunis was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1674. Theunis was the son of Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee and Margaret Meyers. Theunis died 1744 in Dobbs Ferry, NY, at 70 years of age. At 23 years of age Theunis became the father of Margaret Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1697. At 23 years of age Theunis became the father of Geertie Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 25, 1698. At 26 years of age Theunis became the father of Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, 1700. At 27 years of age Theunis became the father of Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, April 3, 1702. At 30 years of age Theunis became the father of Hilligant (Huldah) Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, 1704. At 32 years of age Theunis became the father of Gerardus Wiltsee in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY, 1706. At 35 years of age Theunis became the father of Deborah Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, 1709. At 37 years of age Theunis became the father of Sophia Wiltsee 1711. Theunis became the father of Maria Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, ca 1712. (See Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Divertje became the mother of Margaret Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1697. Divertje became the mother of Geertie Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, April 25, 1698. Divertje became the mother of Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee in Flatbush, Newtown, NY, 1700. Divertje became the mother of Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, April 3, 1702. Divertje became the mother of Hilligant (Huldah) Wiltsee in Jamaica, Queens, NY, 1704. Divertje became the mother of Gerardus Wiltsee in Morrisanna, Westchester Co., NY, 1706. Divertje became the mother of Deborah Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, 1709. Divertje became the mother of Sophia Wiltsee 1711. Divertje became the mother of Maria Wiltsee in Long Island, NY, ca 1712.

169. David7 Demarest (Samuel8 Desmarest, David9 des Marest, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Bergen Co., NJ October 1681. David died 1761 in Hackensack, NJ, at 79 years of age.

He married Matie DeBaun in Hackensack, NJ, November 10, 1705. Matie was born in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY 1690. Matie was the daughter of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe. Matie died October 26, 1752 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 62 years of age. At approximately 16 years of age Matie became the mother of Samuel Demaree in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, ca January, 1707. At 18 years of age Matie became the mother of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1708. At 20 years of age Matie became the mother of Joost Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1710. At 23 years of age Matie became the mother of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1713. At 25 years of age Matie became the mother of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1715. At 27 years of age Matie became the mother of Christian Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1717. At 29 years of age Matie became the mother of Peter Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1719. At 31 years of age Matie became the mother of Jacob Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1721. At 34 years of age Matie became the mother of Sara Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1724. At 36 years of age Matie became the mother of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1726. At 40 years of age Matie became the mother of Annatje Demarest in Tappan, NY, 1730.

At approximately 25 years of age David became the father of Samuel Demaree in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, ca January, 1707. At 26 years of age David became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1708. At 28 years of age David became the father of Joost Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1710. At 31 years of age David became the father of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1713. At 33 years of age David became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1715. At 35 years of age David became the father of Christian Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1717. At 37 years of age David became the father of Peter Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1719. At 39 years of age David became the father of Jacob Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1721. At 42 years of age David became the father of Sara Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1724. At 44 years of age David became the father of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1726. At 48 years of age David became the father of Annatje Demarest in Tappan, NY, 1730.

David Demarest and Matie DeBaun had the following children:

child + 120 i. Samuel6 Demaree was born ca January, 1707.

child 170 ii. Elizabeth Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1708.

child 171 iii. Joost Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1710. Joost died September 14, 1750 in New York, NY, at 40 years of age. He married Maria Meyer in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1732.

child 172 iv. Maria Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1713. Maria died 1793 at 80 years of age. She married Thomas Eckerson April 6, 1732.

child 173 v. Elizabeth Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1715.

child 174 vi. Christian Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1717.

child 175 vii. Peter Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1719.

child 176 viii. Jacob Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1721.

child 177 ix. Sara Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1724.

child 178 x. Rachel Demarest was born in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ 1726.

child 179 xi. Annatje Demarest was born in Tappan, NY 1730.

180. Matie7 DeBaun (Joost8) was born in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY 1690. Matie died October 26, 1752 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 62 years of age.

She married David Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, November 10, 1705. David was born in Bergen Co., NJ October 1681. David was the son of Samuel Desmarest and Maria deRuine. David died 1761 in Hackensack, NJ, at 79 years of age. At approximately 25 years of age David became the father of Samuel Demaree in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, ca January, 1707. At 26 years of age David became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1708. At 28 years of age David became the father of Joost Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1710. At 31 years of age David became the father of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1713. At 33 years of age David became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1715. At 35 years of age David became the father of Christian Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1717. At 37 years of age David became the father of Peter Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1719. At 39 years of age David became the father of Jacob Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1721. At 42 years of age David became the father of Sara Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1724. At 44 years of age David became the father of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1726. At 48 years of age David became the father of Annatje Demarest in Tappan, NY, 1730. (See David Demarest for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At approximately 16 years of age Matie became the mother of Samuel Demaree in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, ca January, 1707. At 18 years of age Matie became the mother of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1708. At 20 years of age Matie became the mother of Joost Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1710. At 23 years of age Matie became the mother of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1713. At 25 years of age Matie became the mother of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1715. At 27 years of age Matie became the mother of Christian Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1717. At 29 years of age Matie became the mother of Peter Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1719. At 31 years of age Matie became the mother of Jacob Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1721. At 34 years of age Matie became the mother of Sara Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1724. At 36 years of age Matie became the mother of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ, 1726. At 40 years of age Matie became the mother of Annatje Demarest in Tappan, NY, 1730.

181. Peter7 Demarest (Jean8 des Marest, David9, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Bergen Co., NJ 1683. Peter died July 31, 1763 in Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ, at 80 years of age.

He married twice. He married Maretie Meet in Hackensack, NJ, May 14, 1709. Maretie was born in Hackensack, NJ ca 1688. Maretie was the daughter of Jan Meet and Gretje Mandeville. Maretie died ca 1720 in New Bridge, NJ. At 22 years of age Maretie became the mother of Jacquemina Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1710. At 24 years of age Maretie became the mother of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1712. At 25 years of age Maretie became the mother of Leah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, August 30, 1713. At 26 years of age Maretie became the mother of Petrus Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, March 11, 1715. At 28 years of age Maretie became the mother of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1716. At 30 years of age Maretie became the mother of Trientje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1718. At 32 years of age Maretie became the mother of Sarah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1720. He married Maria Batton October 15, 1721. Maria was the daughter of Jacques Batton and Margrietje Sans. Maria died January 6, 1794. Maria became the mother of Margrietje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1723. Maria became the mother of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1725. Maria became the mother of Hester Demarest in Tappan, NY, August 9, 1728. Maria became the mother of Lydia Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1730. Maria became the mother of John Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, December 26, 1732. Maria became the mother of Jacobus Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, April 21, 1735. Maria became the mother of David Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1738. Maria became the mother of Maria Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, July 29, 1740. Maria became the mother of Annatie Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1743. Maria became the mother of Samuel Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1745. Maria became the mother of Magdalena Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1748.

At 27 years of age Peter became the father of Jacquemina Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1710. At 29 years of age Peter became the father of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1712. At 30 years of age Peter became the father of Leah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, August 30, 1713. At 31 years of age Peter became the father of Petrus Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, March 11, 1715. At 33 years of age Peter became the father of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1716. At 35 years of age Peter became the father of Trientje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1718. At 37 years of age Peter became the father of Sarah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1720. At 40 years of age Peter became the father of Margrietje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1723. At 42 years of age Peter became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1725. At 45 years of age Peter became the father of Hester Demarest in Tappan, NY, August 9, 1728. At 47 years of age Peter became the father of Lydia Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1730. At 49 years of age Peter became the father of John Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, December 26, 1732. At 51 years of age Peter became the father of Jacobus Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, April 21, 1735. At 55 years of age Peter became the father of David Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1738. At 57 years of age Peter became the father of Maria Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, July 29, 1740. At 60 years of age Peter became the father of Annatie Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1743. At 62 years of age Peter became the father of Samuel Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1745. At 65 years of age Peter became the father of Magdalena Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1748.

Peter Demarest and Maretie Meet had the following children:

child 182 i. Jacquemina6 Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1710.

child 183 ii. Maria Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1712.

child + 131 iii. Leah Demarest was born August 30, 1713.

child 184 iv. Petrus Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ March 11, 1715.

child 185 v. Rachel Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1716.

child 186 vi. Trientje Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1718.

child 187 vii. Sarah Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1720.

Peter Demarest and Maria Batton had the following children:

child 188 viii. Margrietje Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1723.

child 189 ix. Elizabeth Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1725.

child 190 x. Hester Demarest was born in Tappan, NY August 9, 1728.

child 191 xi. Lydia Demarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1730.

child 192 xii. John Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ December 26, 1732.

child 193 xiii. Jacobus Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ April 21, 1735.

child 194 xiv. David Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ 1738.

child 195 xv. Maria Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ July 29, 1740.

child 196 xvi. Annatie Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ 1743.

child 197 xvii. Samuel Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ 1745.

child 198 xviii. Magdalena Demarest was born in Schraalenburg, NJ 1748.

199. Maretie7 Meet (Jan8, Pieter Jansz9) was born in Hackensack, NJ ca 1688. Maretie died ca 1720 in New Bridge, NJ.

She married Peter Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, May 14, 1709. Peter was born in Bergen Co., NJ 1683. Peter was the son of Jean des Marest and Jacomina deRuine. Peter died July 31, 1763 in Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ, at 80 years of age. At 27 years of age Peter became the father of Jacquemina Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1710. At 29 years of age Peter became the father of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1712. At 30 years of age Peter became the father of Leah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, August 30, 1713. At 31 years of age Peter became the father of Petrus Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, March 11, 1715. At 33 years of age Peter became the father of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1716. At 35 years of age Peter became the father of Trientje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1718. At 37 years of age Peter became the father of Sarah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1720. At 40 years of age Peter became the father of Margrietje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1723. At 42 years of age Peter became the father of Elizabeth Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1725. At 45 years of age Peter became the father of Hester Demarest in Tappan, NY, August 9, 1728. At 47 years of age Peter became the father of Lydia Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1730. At 49 years of age Peter became the father of John Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, December 26, 1732. At 51 years of age Peter became the father of Jacobus Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, April 21, 1735. At 55 years of age Peter became the father of David Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1738. At 57 years of age Peter became the father of Maria Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, July 29, 1740. At 60 years of age Peter became the father of Annatie Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1743. At 62 years of age Peter became the father of Samuel Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1745. At 65 years of age Peter became the father of Magdalena Demarest in Schraalenburg, NJ, 1748. (See Peter Demarest for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 22 years of age Maretie became the mother of Jacquemina Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1710. At 24 years of age Maretie became the mother of Maria Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1712. At 25 years of age Maretie became the mother of Leah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, August 30, 1713. At 26 years of age Maretie became the mother of Petrus Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, March 11, 1715. At 28 years of age Maretie became the mother of Rachel Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1716. At 30 years of age Maretie became the mother of Trientje Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1718. At 32 years of age Maretie became the mother of Sarah Demarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1720.

200. Ulrich7 Vollenweider (Gorius8) was born in Switzerland July 14, 1661. Ulrich died January 23, 1733 in Switzerland, at 71 years of age.

He married Elizabeth Dubs in Switzerland, February 9, 1687. Elizabeth was born in Hauptikon, Switzerland October 30, 1659. Elizabeth died December 19, 1732 in Switzerland, at 73 years of age. At 28 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 27, 1688. At 30 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Henry Vollenweider in Switzerland, January 26, 1690. At 32 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 30, 1691. At 35 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of John Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 19, 1695. At 38 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1697. At 42 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1701.

At 26 years of age Ulrich became the father of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 27, 1688. At 28 years of age Ulrich became the father of Henry Vollenweider in Switzerland, January 26, 1690. At 30 years of age Ulrich became the father of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 30, 1691. At 33 years of age Ulrich became the father of John Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 19, 1695. At 36 years of age Ulrich became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1697. At 40 years of age Ulrich became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1701.

Ulrich Vollenweider and Elizabeth Dubs had the following children:

child 201 i. Veronica6 Vollenweider was born in Switzerland May 27, 1688. Veronica died February 17, 1758 in Switzerland, at 69 years of age. She married John Grob in Switzerland, January 30, 1715. John was born in Switzerland.

child 202 ii. Henry Vollenweider was born in Switzerland January 26, 1690. Henry died April 30, 1755 at 65 years of age. He married Barbara Frick in Switzerland, April 3, 1715. Barbara was born in Switzerland October 6, 1689. Barbara died October 27, 1755 in Switzerland, at 66 years of age.

child 203 iii. Elizabeth Vollenweider was born in Switzerland December 30, 1691.

child 204 iv. John Vollenweider was born in Switzerland May 19, 1695. John died March 28, 1730 in Switzerland, at 34 years of age. He married Eva Geiger in Switzerland.

child + 132 v. Jacob Vollenweider was born December 25, 1697.

child 205 vi. Anna Vollenweider was born in Switzerland December 25, 1701.

206. Elizabeth7 Dubs was born in Hauptikon, Switzerland October 30, 1659. Elizabeth died December 19, 1732 in Switzerland, at 73 years of age.

She married Ulrich Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 9, 1687. Ulrich was born in Switzerland July 14, 1661. Ulrich was the son of Gorius Vollenweider and Elizabeth Frey. Ulrich died January 23, 1733 in Switzerland, at 71 years of age. At 26 years of age Ulrich became the father of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 27, 1688. At 28 years of age Ulrich became the father of Henry Vollenweider in Switzerland, January 26, 1690. At 30 years of age Ulrich became the father of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 30, 1691. At 33 years of age Ulrich became the father of John Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 19, 1695. At 36 years of age Ulrich became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1697. At 40 years of age Ulrich became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1701. (See Ulrich Vollenweider for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 28 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 27, 1688. At 30 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Henry Vollenweider in Switzerland, January 26, 1690. At 32 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 30, 1691. At 35 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of John Vollenweider in Switzerland, May 19, 1695. At 38 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1697. At 42 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, December 25, 1701.

207. John7 Buchanan birth date unknown.

He married Jane. John and Jane Buchanan left Scotland with other "Covenanters" about 1660 to 1665 and settled in County Donegal in the nothern part of Ireland.

John Buchanan and Jane had the following children:

child + 145 i. William6 Buchanan.

child 208 ii. James Buchanan.

child 209 iii. Archibald Buchanan.

child 210 iv. John Buchanan.

211. Jane7 birth date unknown.

She married John Buchanan. (See John Buchanan for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Eighth Generation

212. Abraham8 Rycken was born in Holland ca 1615. Abraham died 1689 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 74 years of age.

He married Grietie Harmensen in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. Grietie is the daughter of Hendrick Hamensen. Grietie became the mother of Ryck Abramsen Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. Grietie became the mother of Jacobus Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1640. Grietie became the mother of Jacobus Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1643. Grietie became the mother of Hendrick Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1646. Grietie became the mother of Marytje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1649. Grietie became the mother of Jan Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1651. Grietie became the mother of Aeltje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1653. Grietie became the mother of Abraham Rycken, Jr. in New Amsterdam, NY, December 26, 1655. Grietie became the mother of Hendrick Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1662.

At 23 years of age Abraham became the father of Ryck Abramsen Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. At 25 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacobus Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1640. At 28 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacobus Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1643. At 31 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1646. At 34 years of age Abraham became the father of Marytje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1649. At 36 years of age Abraham became the father of Jan Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1651. At 38 years of age Abraham became the father of Aeltje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1653. At 40 years of age Abraham became the father of Abraham Rycken, Jr. in New Amsterdam, NY, December 26, 1655. At 47 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1662. Abraham Ryken or Riker emigrated to Wallabout (now part of Brooklyn) in 1638.

Abraham Rycken and Grietie Harmensen had the following children:

child 213 i. Ryck Abramsen7 Van Lent was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1638. He married Catrina Herks. Catrina is the daughter of Herck Siboutse and Wyntie Teunis.

child 214 ii. Jacobus Rycken was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1640. Jacobus died 1640 in New Amsterdam, NY, at less than one year of age.

child 215 iii. Jacobus Van Lent was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1643.

child 216 iv. Hendrick Rycken was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1646. Hendrick died 1650 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 4 years of age.

child 217 v. Marytje Rycken was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1649. She married Sybout Herricksen Cronkhite in Westchester Co., NY, April 1669. Sybout is the son of Harck Siboutsen and Wyntje Theunis.

child 218 vi. Jan Rycken was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1651. He married Sarah Schouten in New Amsterdam, NY, 1691.

child 219 vii. Aeltje Rycken was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1653. She married John Harmensen in New Amsterdam, NY, 1673.

child + 150 viii. Abraham Rycken, Jr. was born December 26, 1655.

child 220 ix. Hendrick Van Lent was born in New Amsterdam, NY 1662.

221. Grietie8 Harmensen (Hendrick9 Hamensen) birth date unknown.

She married Abraham Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. Abraham was born in Holland ca 1615. Abraham died 1689 in New Amsterdam, NY, at 74 years of age. At 23 years of age Abraham became the father of Ryck Abramsen Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. At 25 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacobus Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1640. At 28 years of age Abraham became the father of Jacobus Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1643. At 31 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1646. At 34 years of age Abraham became the father of Marytje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1649. At 36 years of age Abraham became the father of Jan Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1651. At 38 years of age Abraham became the father of Aeltje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1653. At 40 years of age Abraham became the father of Abraham Rycken, Jr. in New Amsterdam, NY, December 26, 1655. At 47 years of age Abraham became the father of Hendrick Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1662. (See Abraham Rycken for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Grietie became the mother of Ryck Abramsen Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1638. Grietie became the mother of Jacobus Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1640. Grietie became the mother of Jacobus Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1643. Grietie became the mother of Hendrick Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1646. Grietie became the mother of Marytje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1649. Grietie became the mother of Jan Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1651. Grietie became the mother of Aeltje Rycken in New Amsterdam, NY, 1653. Grietie became the mother of Abraham Rycken, Jr. in New Amsterdam, NY, December 26, 1655. Grietie became the mother of Hendrick Van Lent in New Amsterdam, NY, 1662.

222. Jan Gerrits8 Van Buytenhuysen was born in New Amsterdam, NY ca 1635.

He married Tryntie Janse. Tryntie was born in Holland ca 1639. Tryntie was the daughter of Jan Van Leyt. At 21 years of age Tryntie became the mother of Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, January 10, 1661.

At 25 years of age Jan became the father of Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, January 10, 1661.

Jan Gerrits Van Buytenhuysen and Tryntie Janse had the following child:

child + 158 i. Grietje Janse7 Van Buytenhuysen was born January 10, 1661.

223. Tryntie8 Janse (Jan9 Van Leyt) was born in Holland ca 1639.

She married Jan Gerrits Van Buytenhuysen. Jan was born in New Amsterdam, NY ca 1635. At 25 years of age Jan became the father of Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, January 10, 1661. (See Jan Gerrits Van Buytenhuysen for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 21 years of age Tryntie became the mother of Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, January 10, 1661.

224. Hendrick Martenzen8 Wiltsee was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Hendrick died 1712.

He married twice. He married Margaret Meyers. Margaret was born in Brazil. Margaret was the daughter of Jan Meyers and Teuntje Straitsman. Margaret died 1704. Margaret became the mother of Sophia Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1660. Margaret became the mother of Jannetje Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1663. Margaret became the mother of Barber Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1665. Margaret became the mother of Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY, 1667. Margaret became the mother of Hendrick Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1669. Margaret became the mother of Myndert Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1672. Margaret became the mother of Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1674. Margaret became the mother of Jacob Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1676. He married Syntje Adriance in New York, NY, June 26, 1705.

Hendrick became the father of Sophia Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1660. Hendrick became the father of Jannetje Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1663. Hendrick became the father of Barber Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1665. Hendrick became the father of Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY, 1667. Hendrick became the father of Hendrick Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1669. Hendrick became the father of Myndert Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1672. Hendrick became the father of Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1674. Hendrick became the father of Jacob Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1676.

Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee and Margaret Meyers had the following children:

child 225 i. Sophia7 Wiltsee was born in Wiltwyck, NY 1660. Sophia died 1709 in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY, at 49 years of age. She married Theunis Hercksen Crankeyt in Wiltwyck, New Amsterdam, NY, August 10, 1679.

child 226 ii. Jannetje Wiltsee was born in Wiltwyck, NY 1663. Jannetje died June 1721 in Tappen, NY, at 57 years of age. She married twice. She married Myndert Henricksen Hogankamp in New Amersterdam, NY, April 23, 1681. She married Jean De Pew in Haverstraw, NY, April 16, 1701.

child 227 iii. Barber Wiltsee was born in Wiltwyck, NY 1665.

child 228 iv. Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee was born in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY 1667. Martin died 1742 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY, at 75 years of age. He married Maria Van Wyck in Flatbush, NY, June 26, 1690.

child 229 v. Hendrick Wiltsee was born in Wiltwyck, NY 1669.

child 230 vi. Myndert Wiltsee was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1672. He married Maria (Brokaw) Broucard in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, November 14, 1694.

child + 159 vii. Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee was born 1674.

child 231 viii. Jacob Wiltsee was born in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY 1676. Jacob died 1742 in Phillipsburg, NY, at 66 years of age. He married Abigail Ferguson in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1700.

232. Margaret8 Meyers (Jan9) was born in Brazil. Margaret died 1704.

She married twice. She married Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee. Hendrick was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Hendrick died 1712. Hendrick became the father of Sophia Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1660. Hendrick became the father of Jannetje Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1663. Hendrick became the father of Barber Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1665. Hendrick became the father of Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY, 1667. Hendrick became the father of Hendrick Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1669. Hendrick became the father of Myndert Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1672. Hendrick became the father of Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1674. Hendrick became the father of Jacob Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1676. She married Herman Jansen Van Lenneps. Herman died before 1705.

Margaret became the mother of Sophia Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1660. Margaret became the mother of Jannetje Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1663. Margaret became the mother of Barber Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1665. Margaret became the mother of Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee in Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY, 1667. Margaret became the mother of Hendrick Wiltsee in Wiltwyck, NY, 1669. Margaret became the mother of Myndert Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1672. Margaret became the mother of Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1674. Margaret became the mother of Jacob Wiltsee in Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY, 1676. Margaret Meyers married Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee after the death of her first husband, Herman Jansen Van Lenneps.

233. Gerardus8 Beekman birth date unknown. Gerardus died 1742 in New Amsterdam, NY.

He married Magdaleentje Abeel. Magdaleentje died 1730 in New Amsderdam, NY.

Gerardus Beekman and Magdaleentje Abeel had the following children:

child + 168 i. Divertje7 Beekman.

child 234 ii. Magdalena Beekman. Magdalena died 1729 in New Amsterdam, NY.

235. Magdaleentje8 Abeel birth date unknown. Magdaleentje died 1730 in New Amsderdam, NY.

She married Gerardus Beekman. Gerardus died 1742 in New Amsterdam, NY. (See Gerardus Beekman for the children resulting from this marriage.)

236. Samuel8 Desmarest (David9 des Marest, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Mannheim, Germany August 5, 1656. Samuel died 1728 in Schraalenburg, NJ, at 71 years of age.

He married Maria deRuine in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, August 11, 1678. Maria was born in New Harlem, Long Island, NY January 1, 1662. Maria was the daughter of Simon Deruine and Magdalena Vanderstraaten. At 18 years of age Maria became the mother of Magdalena Desmarest in New York, NY, 1680. At 19 years of age Maria became the mother of David Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, October 1681. At 24 years of age Maria became the mother of Jacomina Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1686. At 28 years of age Maria became the mother of Judith Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1690. At 31 years of age Maria became the mother of Samuel Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1693. At 33 years of age Maria became the mother of Peter Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1695. At 35 years of age Maria became the mother of Sara Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1697. At 37 years of age Maria became the mother of Simon Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1699. At 39 years of age Maria became the mother of Rachel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1701. At 41 years of age Maria became the mother of Susanna Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1703. At 44 years of age Maria became the mother of Daniel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1706.

At 23 years of age Samuel became the father of Magdalena Desmarest in New York, NY, 1680. At 25 years of age Samuel became the father of David Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, October 1681. At 29 years of age Samuel became the father of Jacomina Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1686. At 33 years of age Samuel became the father of Judith Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1690. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1693. At 38 years of age Samuel became the father of Peter Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1695. At 40 years of age Samuel became the father of Sara Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1697. At 42 years of age Samuel became the father of Simon Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1699. At 44 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1701. At 46 years of age Samuel became the father of Susanna Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1703. At 49 years of age Samuel became the father of Daniel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1706.

Samuel Desmarest and Maria deRuine had the following children:

child 237 i. Magdalena7 Desmarest was born in New York, NY 1680. She married Cornelius Ebke Banta.

child + 169 ii. David Demarest was born October 1681.

child 238 iii. Jacomina Desmarest was born in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ 1686. She married Samuel Helling.

child 239 iv. Judith Desmarest was born in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ 1690. She married twice. She married Christian DeBaun in Hackensack, NJ, January 29, 1709. Christian was born in Brooklyn, NY 1687. Christian was the son of Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe. Christian died 1711 at 24 years of age. She married Peter Durie July 21, 1711.

child 240 v. Samuel Desmarest was born in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ 1693. He married Annattie Van Hoarn in Hackensack, NJ, August 16, 1713.

child 241 vi. Peter Desmarest was born in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ 1695. He married Margretie Herring.

child 242 vii. Sara Desmarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1697. She married John Westervelt.

child 243 viii. Simon Desmarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1699. He married Miss Herring.

child 244 ix. Rachel Desmarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1701. She married Jacobus Peck.

child 245 x. Susanna Desmarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1703. She married Benjamin Van Buskirk.

child 246 xi. Daniel Desmarest was born in Hackensack, NJ 1706.

247. Maria8 deRuine (Simon9 Deruine) was born in New Harlem, Long Island, NY January 1, 1662.

She married Samuel Desmarest in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, August 11, 1678. Samuel was born in Mannheim, Germany August 5, 1656. Samuel was the son of David des Marest and Marie Sohier. Samuel died 1728 in Schraalenburg, NJ, at 71 years of age. At 23 years of age Samuel became the father of Magdalena Desmarest in New York, NY, 1680. At 25 years of age Samuel became the father of David Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, October 1681. At 29 years of age Samuel became the father of Jacomina Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1686. At 33 years of age Samuel became the father of Judith Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1690. At 36 years of age Samuel became the father of Samuel Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1693. At 38 years of age Samuel became the father of Peter Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1695. At 40 years of age Samuel became the father of Sara Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1697. At 42 years of age Samuel became the father of Simon Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1699. At 44 years of age Samuel became the father of Rachel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1701. At 46 years of age Samuel became the father of Susanna Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1703. At 49 years of age Samuel became the father of Daniel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1706. (See Samuel Desmarest for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 18 years of age Maria became the mother of Magdalena Desmarest in New York, NY, 1680. At 19 years of age Maria became the mother of David Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, October 1681. At 24 years of age Maria became the mother of Jacomina Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1686. At 28 years of age Maria became the mother of Judith Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1690. At 31 years of age Maria became the mother of Samuel Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1693. At 33 years of age Maria became the mother of Peter Desmarest in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ, 1695. At 35 years of age Maria became the mother of Sara Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1697. At 37 years of age Maria became the mother of Simon Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1699. At 39 years of age Maria became the mother of Rachel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1701. At 41 years of age Maria became the mother of Susanna Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1703. At 44 years of age Maria became the mother of Daniel Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, 1706.

248. Joost8 DeBaun was born in Beaune, Cote d'Or, France ca 1642. Joost died 1720 in Hackensack, NJ, at 78 years of age.

He married Elizabeth Drabbe in Middleburg, Holland, October 30, 1681. Elizabeth was born in Middleburg, Holland 1660. Elizabeth died 1724 in Hackensack, NJ, at 64 years of age. At 23 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacobus DeBaun in Middleburg, Holland, 1683. At 27 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Christian DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1687. At 30 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Matie DeBaun in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY, 1690. At 32 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Karel DeBaun in New Utrecht, NY, 1692. At 35 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Catarina DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1695.

At 41 years of age Joost became the father of Jacobus DeBaun in Middleburg, Holland, 1683. At 45 years of age Joost became the father of Christian DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1687. At 48 years of age Joost became the father of Matie DeBaun in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY, 1690. At 50 years of age Joost became the father of Karel DeBaun in New Utrecht, NY, 1692. At 53 years of age Joost became the father of Catarina DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1695.

Joost DeBaun and Elizabeth Drabbe had the following children:

child 249 i. Jacobus7 DeBaun was born in Middleburg, Holland 1683. Jacobus died after 1753. He married Anatje Canniff in Tappan, NY, January 12, 1709. Anatje is the daughter of Jeremiah Canniff and Anatje Woelffs.

child 250 ii. Christian DeBaun was born in Brooklyn, NY 1687. Christian died 1711 at 24 years of age. He married Judith Desmarest in Hackensack, NJ, January 29, 1709. Judith was born in Kinderkamack (New Milford), NJ 1690. Judith was the daughter of Samuel Desmarest and Maria deRuine.

child + 180 iii. Matie DeBaun was born 1690.

child 251 iv. Karel DeBaun was born in New Utrecht, NY 1692. Karel died August 25, 1765 in Bergenfield, NJ, at 73 years of age. He married Jane Haring in Tappan, NY, February 14, 1714. Jane is the daughter of Peter Haring.

child 252 v. Catarina DeBaun was born in Brooklyn, NY 1695. Catarina DeBaun died in infancy.

253. Elizabeth8 Drabbe was born in Middleburg, Holland 1660. Elizabeth died 1724 in Hackensack, NJ, at 64 years of age.

She married Joost DeBaun in Middleburg, Holland, October 30, 1681. Joost was born in Beaune, Cote d'Or, France ca 1642. Joost died 1720 in Hackensack, NJ, at 78 years of age. At 41 years of age Joost became the father of Jacobus DeBaun in Middleburg, Holland, 1683. At 45 years of age Joost became the father of Christian DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1687. At 48 years of age Joost became the father of Matie DeBaun in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY, 1690. At 50 years of age Joost became the father of Karel DeBaun in New Utrecht, NY, 1692. At 53 years of age Joost became the father of Catarina DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1695. (See Joost DeBaun for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 23 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jacobus DeBaun in Middleburg, Holland, 1683. At 27 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Christian DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1687. At 30 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Matie DeBaun in New Utrecht, Long Island, Kings Co., NY, 1690. At 32 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Karel DeBaun in New Utrecht, NY, 1692. At 35 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Catarina DeBaun in Brooklyn, NY, 1695.

254. Jean8 des Marest (David9, Jean10 des Marets) was born in Middleburg, Holland 1645. Jean died October 16, 1719 in Hackensack, NJ, at 74 years of age.

He married three times. He married Jacomina deRuine in New York, NY, September 9, 1668. Jacomina was born in Hainaut, France 1652. Jacomina was the daughter of Simon Deruine and Magdalena Vanderstraaten. Jacomina died 1687 at 35 years of age. At 17 years of age Jacomina became the mother of David des Marest in New York, NY, 1669. At 19 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Jan des Marest in New York, NY, 1671. At 21 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Mary des Marest in New York, NY, 1673. At 23 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Sarah des Marest in New York, NY, 1675. At 25 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Simon des Marest in New York, NY, 1677. Jacomina became the mother of Rachel des Marest in New York, NY, ca 1679. At 28 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Jacomina des Marest in New York, NY, 1680. At 31 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Peter Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1683. At 33 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Magdalena des Marest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1685. At 35 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Samuel des Marest in New York, NY, 1687. He married Marretje Van Winckell in Kinderkamack, Bergen Co., NJ, March 23, 1692. Marretje was born ca 1643. Marretje was the daughter of Jacob Wallings Van Winckell and Trientje Jacobs. He married Magdalena Laurens in Hackensack, NJ, December 10, 1702.

At 24 years of age Jean became the father of David des Marest in New York, NY, 1669. At 26 years of age Jean became the father of Jan des Marest in New York, NY, 1671. At 28 years of age Jean became the father of Mary des Marest in New York, NY, 1673. At 30 years of age Jean became the father of Sarah des Marest in New York, NY, 1675. At 32 years of age Jean became the father of Simon des Marest in New York, NY, 1677. Jean became the father of Rachel des Marest in New York, NY, ca 1679. At 35 years of age Jean became the father of Jacomina des Marest in New York, NY, 1680. At 38 years of age Jean became the father of Peter Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1683. At 40 years of age Jean became the father of Magdalena des Marest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1685. At 42 years of age Jean became the father of Samuel des Marest in New York, NY, 1687.

Jean des Marest and Jacomina deRuine had the following children:

child 255 i. David7 des Marest was born in New York, NY 1669.

child 256 ii. Jan des Marest was born in New York, NY 1671.

child 257 iii. Mary des Marest was born in New York, NY 1673.

child 258 iv. Sarah des Marest was born in New York, NY 1675.

child 259 v. Simon des Marest was born in New York, NY 1677.

child 260 vi. Rachel des Marest was born in New York, NY ca 1679.

child 261 vii. Jacomina des Marest was born in New York, NY 1680.

child + 181 viii. Peter Demarest was born 1683.

child 262 ix. Magdalena des Marest was born in Bergen Co., NJ 1685.

child 263 x. Samuel des Marest was born in New York, NY 1687.

264. Jacomina8 deRuine (Simon9 Deruine) was born in Hainaut, France 1652. Jacomina died 1687 at 35 years of age.

She married Jean des Marest in New York, NY, September 9, 1668. Jean was born in Middleburg, Holland 1645. Jean was the son of David des Marest and Marie Sohier. Jean died October 16, 1719 in Hackensack, NJ, at 74 years of age. At 24 years of age Jean became the father of David des Marest in New York, NY, 1669. At 26 years of age Jean became the father of Jan des Marest in New York, NY, 1671. At 28 years of age Jean became the father of Mary des Marest in New York, NY, 1673. At 30 years of age Jean became the father of Sarah des Marest in New York, NY, 1675. At 32 years of age Jean became the father of Simon des Marest in New York, NY, 1677. Jean became the father of Rachel des Marest in New York, NY, ca 1679. At 35 years of age Jean became the father of Jacomina des Marest in New York, NY, 1680. At 38 years of age Jean became the father of Peter Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1683. At 40 years of age Jean became the father of Magdalena des Marest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1685. At 42 years of age Jean became the father of Samuel des Marest in New York, NY, 1687. (See Jean des Marest for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 17 years of age Jacomina became the mother of David des Marest in New York, NY, 1669. At 19 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Jan des Marest in New York, NY, 1671. At 21 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Mary des Marest in New York, NY, 1673. At 23 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Sarah des Marest in New York, NY, 1675. At 25 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Simon des Marest in New York, NY, 1677. Jacomina became the mother of Rachel des Marest in New York, NY, ca 1679. At 28 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Jacomina des Marest in New York, NY, 1680. At 31 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Peter Demarest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1683. At 33 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Magdalena des Marest in Bergen Co., NJ, 1685. At 35 years of age Jacomina became the mother of Samuel des Marest in New York, NY, 1687.

265. Jan8 Meet (Pieter Jansz9) was born in Amersfoort, Holland 1660. Jan died 1699 in Pacquenac, NJ, at 39 years of age.

He married Gretje Mandeville in New York, NY, May 11, 1687. Gretje was born in Long Island, Nassau, NY ca 1665. Gretje was the daughter of Yellis Jansen Mandeville and Elsje Hendricks. Gretje died after October 14, 1702 in New Jersey, at approximately 37 years of age. Gretje became the mother of Maretie Meet in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1688.

Jan became the father of Maretie Meet in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1688. Jan Meet arrived in America in 1663 at 3 years of age on the ship "Rozenboom".

Jan Meet and Gretje Mandeville had the following child:

child + 199 i. Maretie7 Meet was born ca 1688.

266. Gretje8 Mandeville (Yellis Jansen9) was born in Long Island, Nassau, NY ca 1665. Gretje died after October 14, 1702 in New Jersey, at approximately 37 years of age.

She married Jan Meet in New York, NY, May 11, 1687. Jan was born in Amersfoort, Holland 1660. Jan was the son of Pieter Jansz Meet and Styntje Jacobs. Jan died 1699 in Pacquenac, NJ, at 39 years of age. Jan became the father of Maretie Meet in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1688. (See Jan Meet for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Gretje became the mother of Maretie Meet in Hackensack, NJ, ca 1688.

267. Gorius8 Vollenweider was born in Switzerland ca 1620. Gorius died ca 1680 in Rossau, Switzerland.

He married twice. He married Elizabeth Frey. Elizabeth died July 19, 1664 in Switzerland. Elizabeth became the mother of Verena Vollenweider in Switzerland, June 28, 1646. Elizabeth became the mother of Regula Vollenweider in Switzerland, September 12, 1647. Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 16, 1651. Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 13, 1659. Elizabeth became the mother of Ulrich Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 14, 1661. Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, April 17, 1664. He married Regula Binder in Switzerland, February 7, 1672. Regula was born in Switzerland October 6, 1633. At 40 years of age Regula became the mother of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 12, 1674. At 43 years of age Regula became the mother of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, March 11, 1677.

At 25 years of age Gorius became the father of Verena Vollenweider in Switzerland, June 28, 1646. At 27 years of age Gorius became the father of Regula Vollenweider in Switzerland, September 12, 1647. At 30 years of age Gorius became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 16, 1651. At 38 years of age Gorius became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 13, 1659. At 41 years of age Gorius became the father of Ulrich Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 14, 1661. At 43 years of age Gorius became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, April 17, 1664. At 54 years of age Gorius became the father of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 12, 1674. At 56 years of age Gorius became the father of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, March 11, 1677.

Gorius Vollenweider and Elizabeth Frey had the following children:

child 268 i. Verena7 Vollenweider was born in Switzerland June 28, 1646.

child 269 ii. Regula Vollenweider was born in Switzerland September 12, 1647.

child 270 iii. Jacob Vollenweider was born in Switzerland February 16, 1651.

child 271 iv. Jacob Vollenweider was born in Switzerland February 13, 1659.

child + 200 v. Ulrich Vollenweider was born July 14, 1661.

child 272 vi. Anna Vollenweider was born in Switzerland April 17, 1664.

Gorius Vollenweider and Regula Binder had the following children:

child 273 vii. Elizabeth Vollenweider was born in Switzerland July 12, 1674.

child 274 viii. Veronica Vollenweider was born in Switzerland March 11, 1677.

275. Elizabeth8 Frey birth date unknown. Elizabeth died July 19, 1664 in Switzerland.

She married Gorius Vollenweider. Gorius was born in Switzerland ca 1620. Gorius died ca 1680 in Rossau, Switzerland. At 25 years of age Gorius became the father of Verena Vollenweider in Switzerland, June 28, 1646. At 27 years of age Gorius became the father of Regula Vollenweider in Switzerland, September 12, 1647. At 30 years of age Gorius became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 16, 1651. At 38 years of age Gorius became the father of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 13, 1659. At 41 years of age Gorius became the father of Ulrich Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 14, 1661. At 43 years of age Gorius became the father of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, April 17, 1664. At 54 years of age Gorius became the father of Elizabeth Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 12, 1674. At 56 years of age Gorius became the father of Veronica Vollenweider in Switzerland, March 11, 1677. (See Gorius Vollenweider for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Elizabeth became the mother of Verena Vollenweider in Switzerland, June 28, 1646. Elizabeth became the mother of Regula Vollenweider in Switzerland, September 12, 1647. Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 16, 1651. Elizabeth became the mother of Jacob Vollenweider in Switzerland, February 13, 1659. Elizabeth became the mother of Ulrich Vollenweider in Switzerland, July 14, 1661. Elizabeth became the mother of Anna Vollenweider in Switzerland, April 17, 1664.

Ninth Generation

276. Hendrick9 Hamensen birth date unknown. Hendrick died 1643 in Poor Bowery, NY.

He married Tryon Herxer in New Amsterdam, February 12, 1639. Hendrick Harmensen was killed by Indians.

Hendrick Hamensen had the following child:

child + 221 i. Grietie8 Harmensen.

277. Jan9 Van Leyt birth date unknown.

Jan became the father of Tryntie Janse in Holland, ca 1639.

Jan Van Leyt had the following child:

child + 223 i. Tryntie8 Janse was born ca 1639.

278. Jan9 Meyers birth date unknown.

He married Teuntje Straitsman. Teuntje became the mother of Margaret Meyers in Brazil.

Jan became the father of Margaret Meyers in Brazil.

Jan Meyers and Teuntje Straitsman had the following child:

child + 232 i. Margaret8 Meyers.

279. Teuntje9 Straitsman birth date unknown.

She married Jan Meyers. Jan became the father of Margaret Meyers in Brazil. (See Jan Meyers for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Teuntje became the mother of Margaret Meyers in Brazil.

280. David9 des Marest (Jean10 des Marets) was born in Beauchamp, France ca 1620. David died October 16, 1695 in New Milford, NJ, at 75 years of age.

He married Marie Sohier in Middleburg, Holland, July 24, 1643. Marie was born in Nieppe, France ca 1623. Marie was the daughter of Francois Sohier and Margrieta. Marie died ca 1677. At 22 years of age Marie became the mother of Jean des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1645. At 23 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1646. At 26 years of age Marie became the mother of David des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1649. At 28 years of age Marie became the mother of David des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, December 20, 1651. At 33 years of age Marie became the mother of Samuel Desmarest in Mannheim, Germany, August 5, 1656. At 35 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, March 27, 1659. At 41 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, May 17, 1665. At 43 years of age Marie became the mother of Daniel des Marest in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, 1666.

At 25 years of age David became the father of Jean des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1645. At 26 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1646. At 29 years of age David became the father of David des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1649. At 31 years of age David became the father of David des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, December 20, 1651. At 36 years of age David became the father of Samuel Desmarest in Mannheim, Germany, August 5, 1656. At 38 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, March 27, 1659. At 44 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, May 17, 1665. At 46 years of age David became the father of Daniel des Marest in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, 1666. David des Marest came to America from Mannheim, Germany in 1663 on the "Bontekoe" and settled on Staten Island for two years. In 1664 the family moved to New Harlem and in 1676 they moved to Hackensack, New Jersey.

David des Marest and Marie Sohier had the following children:

child + 254 i. Jean8 des Marest was born 1645.

child 281 ii. Marie des Marest was born in Middleburg, Holland 1646. Marie des Marest died young.

child 282 iii. David des Marest was born in Middleburg, Holland 1649. David des Marest died in infancy.

child 283 iv. David des Marest was born in Mannheim, Germany December 20, 1651. David died August, 1691 at 39 years of age.

child + 236 v. Samuel Desmarest was born August 5, 1656.

child 284 vi. Marie des Marest was born in Mannheim, Germany March 27, 1659. Marie des Marest died as an infant.

child 285 vii. Marie des Marest was born in Mannheim, Germany May 17, 1665. Marie des Marest died young, probably in New York.

child 286 viii. Daniel des Marest was born in New Harlem, Long Island, NY 1666. Daniel died January 8, 1672 in New York, NY, at 5 years of age. Daniel des Marest died in an accident.

287. Marie9 Sohier (Francois10) was born in Nieppe, France ca 1623. Marie died ca 1677.

She married David des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, July 24, 1643. David was born in Beauchamp, France ca 1620. David was the son of Jean des Marets and Marguerite de Herville. David died October 16, 1695 in New Milford, NJ, at 75 years of age. At 25 years of age David became the father of Jean des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1645. At 26 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1646. At 29 years of age David became the father of David des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1649. At 31 years of age David became the father of David des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, December 20, 1651. At 36 years of age David became the father of Samuel Desmarest in Mannheim, Germany, August 5, 1656. At 38 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, March 27, 1659. At 44 years of age David became the father of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, May 17, 1665. At 46 years of age David became the father of Daniel des Marest in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, 1666. (See David des Marest for the children resulting from this marriage.)

At 22 years of age Marie became the mother of Jean des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1645. At 23 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1646. At 26 years of age Marie became the mother of David des Marest in Middleburg, Holland, 1649. At 28 years of age Marie became the mother of David des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, December 20, 1651. At 33 years of age Marie became the mother of Samuel Desmarest in Mannheim, Germany, August 5, 1656. At 35 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, March 27, 1659. At 41 years of age Marie became the mother of Marie des Marest in Mannheim, Germany, May 17, 1665. At 43 years of age Marie became the mother of Daniel des Marest in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, 1666.

288. Simon9 Deruine was born in Landrecies, Nord, Hainaut, France 1615. Simon died June 13, 1678 in New Harlem, NY, at 62 years of age.

He married Magdalena Vanderstraaten in Hainaut, France, 1639. Magdalena is the daughter of Lodowycks Vanderstraaten. Magdalena became the mother of Jacomina deRuine in Hainaut, France, 1652. Magdalena became the mother of Maria deRuine in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, January 1, 1662.

At 37 years of age Simon became the father of Jacomina deRuine in Hainaut, France, 1652. At 46 years of age Simon became the father of Maria deRuine in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, January 1, 1662.

Simon Deruine and Magdalena Vanderstraaten had the following children:

child 289 i. Jannetie8 Deruine.

child + 264 ii. Jacomina deRuine was born 1652.

child + 247 iii. Maria deRuine was born January 1, 1662.

290. Magdalena9 Vanderstraaten (Lodowycks10) birth date unknown.

She married Simon Deruine in Hainaut, France, 1639. Simon was born in Landrecies, Nord, Hainaut, France 1615. Simon died June 13, 1678 in New Harlem, NY, at 62 years of age. At 37 years of age Simon became the father of Jacomina deRuine in Hainaut, France, 1652. At 46 years of age Simon became the father of Maria deRuine in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, January 1, 1662. (See Simon Deruine for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Magdalena became the mother of Jacomina deRuine in Hainaut, France, 1652. Magdalena became the mother of Maria deRuine in New Harlem, Long Island, NY, January 1, 1662.

291. Pieter Jansz9 Meet birth date unknown.

He married Styntje Jacobs. Styntje became the mother of Jan Meet in Amersfoort, Holland, 1660.

Pieter became the father of Jan Meet in Amersfoort, Holland, 1660.

Pieter Jansz Meet and Styntje Jacobs had the following child:

child + 265 i. Jan8 Meet was born 1660.

292. Styntje9 Jacobs birth date unknown.

She married Pieter Jansz Meet. Pieter became the father of Jan Meet in Amersfoort, Holland, 1660. (See Pieter Jansz Meet for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Styntje became the mother of Jan Meet in Amersfoort, Holland, 1660.

293. Yellis Jansen9 Mandeville birth date unknown.

He married Elsje Hendricks. Elsje became the mother of Gretje Mandeville in Long Island, Nassau, NY, ca 1665.

Yellis became the father of Gretje Mandeville in Long Island, Nassau, NY, ca 1665.

Yellis Jansen Mandeville and Elsje Hendricks had the following child:

child + 266 i. Gretje8 Mandeville was born ca 1665.

294. Elsje9 Hendricks birth date unknown.

She married Yellis Jansen Mandeville. Yellis became the father of Gretje Mandeville in Long Island, Nassau, NY, ca 1665. (See Yellis Jansen Mandeville for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Elsje became the mother of Gretje Mandeville in Long Island, Nassau, NY, ca 1665.

Tenth Generation

295. Jean10 des Marets birth date unknown.

He married Marguerite de Herville. Marguerite became the mother of David des Marest in Beauchamp, France, ca 1620.

Jean became the father of David des Marest in Beauchamp, France, ca 1620.

Jean des Marets and Marguerite de Herville had the following child:

child + 280 i. David9 des Marest was born ca 1620.

296. Marguerite10 de Herville birth date unknown.

She married Jean des Marets. Jean became the father of David des Marest in Beauchamp, France, ca 1620. (See Jean des Marets for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Marguerite became the mother of David des Marest in Beauchamp, France, ca 1620.

297. Francois10 Sohier birth date unknown.

He married Margrieta. Margrieta became the mother of Marie Sohier in Nieppe, France, ca 1623.

Francois became the father of Marie Sohier in Nieppe, France, ca 1623.

Francois Sohier and Margrieta had the following child:

child + 287 i. Marie9 Sohier was born ca 1623.

298. Margrieta10 birth date unknown.

She married Francois Sohier. Francois became the father of Marie Sohier in Nieppe, France, ca 1623. (See Francois Sohier for the children resulting from this marriage.)

Margrieta became the mother of Marie Sohier in Nieppe, France, ca 1623.

299. Lodowycks10 Vanderstraaten birth date unknown.

Lodowycks Vanderstraaten had the following child:

child + 290 i. Magdalena9 Vanderstraaten.

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Index

Abeel

Abeel, Magdaleentje (i5436), d.1730
Abeel, Magdaleentje (marriage to Gerardus Beekman) (i5436), d.1730

Admire

Admire, George (marriage to Sarah Demaree) (i4900), b.1730-d.1804

Adriance

Adriance, Syntje (marriage to Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee) (i5465)

Allen

Allen, Mary (marriage to Petrus "Peter" Demaree) (i4906), d.1799

Banta

Banta, Cornelius Ebke (marriage to Magdalena Desmarest) (i5492)
Banta, Henry (marriage to Antjin "Annie" Demaree) (i4893), b.1718-d.1805

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Barbara (i344)
Barbara (marriage to Henry Fullenwider) (i344)

Barker

Barker, Elizabeth (marriage to William Buchanan) (i3753)

Batton

Batton, Maria (marriage to Peter Demarest) (i5531), d.1794

Beekman

Beekman, Divertje (i5403)
Beekman, Divertje (marriage to Theunis Hendricksen Wiltsee) (i5403)
Beekman, Gerardus (i5435), d.1742
Beekman, Gerardus (marriage to Magdaleentje Abeel) (i5435), d.1742
Beekman, Magdalena (i5446), d.1729

Bell

Bell, John (marriage to Maria Rycken) (i5372), b.1725-

Benefiel

Benefiel, Andrew Lee (i3819)
Benefiel, Eliza S. "Betsy" (i3436), b.1808-d.1891
Benefiel, Esther Campbell (i39), b.1793-d.1872
Benefiel, Esther Campbell (marriage to Robert McLelland) (i39), b.1793-d.1872
Benefiel, George Eli (i78), b.1759-d.1832
Benefiel, George Eli (marriage to Mary Buchanan) (i78), b.1759-d.1832
Benefiel, George Washington (i3418), b.1795-d.1854
Benefiel, George Washington (marriage to Anna Ryker) (i3418), b.1795-d.1854
Benefiel, James C. (i3426), b.1806-d.1886
Benefiel, Jane (i3432), b.1798-
Benefiel, Jesse (i3422), b.1800-d.1891
Benefiel, John W. (marriage to Sarah Anne Ryker) (i3522)
Benefiel, Martha (i3424), b.1789-d.1878
Benefiel, Mary "Polly" (i3434), b.1797-d.1881
Benefiel, Robert (i3416), b.1787-d.1860
Benefiel, Robert (marriage to Amy Ryker) (i3416), b.1787-d.1860
Benefiel, Samuel M. (i3428), b.1806-d.1867
Benefiel, William Buchanan (i3420), b.1791-d.1841
Benefiel, William Harvey (marriage to Amanda Jane Ryker) (i3524), b.1837-d.1913
Benefiel, Wilson B. (i3430), b.1802-d.1850

Bergen

Bergen, George W. (marriage to Deborah Ryker) (i3515)
Bergen, Mary Jane (marriage to Jacob Ryker) (i3511)

Binder

Binder, Regula (marriage to Gorius Vollenweider) (i5064), b.1633-

Blauvelt

Blauvelt, Abraham (marriage to Elizabeth Rycken) (i5374)
Blauvelt, Cornelius (marriage to Margaret Rycken) (i5370), b.1722-
Blauvelt, Margarette (marriage to John Rycken) (i5376), b.1765-

Braisted

Braisted, Peter (marriage to Margaret Rycken) (i5390)

Breaden

Breaden, Mr. (marriage to Margery Holton) (i3781)

Broucard

Broucard, Maria (Brokaw) (marriage to Myndert Wiltsee) (i5477)

Brown

Brown, Aphasia (marriage to Gerardus Wiltsee) (i5448)

Buchanan

Buchanan, Archibald (i3937)
Buchanan, Archibald (i3941)
Buchanan, David (i4035), b.1786-d.1855
Buchanan, Eliza (marriage to Wilson B. Benefiel) (i3431), b.1816-
Buchanan, Elizabeth (i3940)
Buchanan, George (i335), b.1721-d.1818
Buchanan, George (i3759)
Buchanan, George (marriage to Esther Campbell) (i335), b.1721-d.1818
Buchanan, James (i3936)
Buchanan, James (i3942)
Buchanan, Jean (i3757)
Buchanan, John (i3765)
Buchanan, John (i3938)
Buchanan, John (i4032), b.1779-d.1847
Buchanan, John (marriage to Jane) (i3765)
Buchanan, Margaret (i4036), b.1771-d.1837
Buchanan, Martha (i4034), b.1781-d.1833
Buchanan, Mary (i79), b.1764-d.1857
Buchanan, Mary (marriage to George Eli Benefiel) (i79), b.1764-d.1857
Buchanan, Nancy (marriage to David Buchanan) (i4039), b.1786-d.1880
Buchanan, William (i3752), b.1771-d.1845
Buchanan, William (i3764)
Buchanan, William Harrison (i3939)
Buchanan, Wilson (i4033), b.1775-d.1851

Bär

Bär, Elizabeth (i3528), b.1698-
Bär, Elizabeth (marriage to Jacob Vollenweider) (i3528), b.1698-

Caldwell

Caldwell, Elizabeth (marriage to Samuel M. Benefiel) (i3911), b.1815-d.1903

Campbell

Campbell, Esther (i336), d.1773
Campbell, Esther (marriage to George Buchanan) (i336), d.1773

Canniff

Canniff, Anatje (marriage to Jacobus DeBaun) (i5568)

Caplinger

Caplinger, Samuel (marriage to Martha Jane Ryker) (i3508)
Caplinger, Susanna (marriage to Peter Ryker) (i3497), d.1825

Carr

Carr, John (marriage to Elizabeth Fullenwider) (i3536)

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Charity (marriage to Jacob Vollenweider) (i5069)

Cleave

Cleave, Marjorie Van (marriage to George Washington Benefiel) (i3850), b.1801-d.1873

Conklin

Conklin, Elizabeth (marriage to Abraham Rycken) (i5380), b.1727-

Connor

Connor, Phoebe (marriage to William Buchanan Benefiel) (i3421), b.1795-d.1867

Cooper

Cooper, William (marriage to Mary Fullenwider) (i3532)

Cooter

Cooter, Elizabeth (marriage to Clifton James Ryker) (i3469)

Corrothers

Corrothers, Margaret (i75)
Corrothers, Margaret (marriage to Joseph Holton) (i75)
Corrothers, Margaret (marriage to Samuel Ryker) (i75)

Cowen

Cowen, Hugh (marriage to Margaret Buchanan) (i4038)

Crankeyt

Crankeyt, Theunis Hercksen (marriage to Sophia Wiltsee) (i5473)

Crockett

Crockett, James (marriage to Leah Ryker) (i3482)

Cronkhite

Cronkhite, Sybout Herricksen (marriage to Marytje Rycken) (i5428)

de Herville

de Herville, Marguerite (i5514)
de Herville, Marguerite (marriage to Jean des Marets) (i5514)

De Pew

De Pew, Jean (marriage to Jannetje Wiltsee) (i5475)

DeBaun

DeBaun, Catarina (i5574), b.1695-
DeBaun, Christian (i5496), b.1687-d.1711
DeBaun, Christian (marriage to Judith Desmarest) (i5496), b.1687-d.1711
DeBaun, Jacobus (i5567), b.1683-d.1753
DeBaun, Joost (i5565), b.1642-d.1720
DeBaun, Joost (marriage to Elizabeth Drabbe) (i5565), b.1642-d.1720
DeBaun, Karel (i5571), b.1692-d.1765
DeBaun, Matie (i4880), b.1690-d.1752
DeBaun, Matie (marriage to David Demarest) (i4880), b.1690-d.1752

Demaree

Demaree, Antjin "Annie" (i4892), b.1733-d.1809
Demaree, Davidt (i4888), b.1729-
Demaree, Elizabeth (i4896), b.1739-d.1799
Demaree, John (i4901), b.1745-
Demaree, Lea (i4904), b.1752-
Demaree, Maria "Mary" (i4894), b.1735-
Demaree, Niclaes (i4889), b.1730-
Demaree, Petrus "Peter" (i4895), b.1737-d.1818
Demaree, Rachel (i342), b.1743-d.1814
Demaree, Rachel (marriage to Gerardus Ryker) (i342), b.1743-d.1814
Demaree, Samuel (i3472), b.1707-d.1798
Demaree, Samuel (marriage to Leah Demarest) (i3472), b.1707-d.1798
Demaree, Sarah (i4898), b.1741-d.1800
Demaree, Tryntie "Catherine" (i4902), b.1748-d.1825

Demarest

Demarest, Annatie (i5543), b.1743-
Demarest, Annatje (i5488), b.1730-
Demarest, Christian (i5483), b.1717-
Demarest, David (i4879), b.1681-d.1761
Demarest, David (i5541), b.1738-
Demarest, David (marriage to Matie DeBaun) (i4879), b.1681-d.1761
Demarest, Elizabeth (i5479), b.1708-
Demarest, Elizabeth (i5482), b.1715-
Demarest, Elizabeth (i5536), b.1725-
Demarest, Hester (i5537), b.1728-
Demarest, Jacob (i5485), b.1721-
Demarest, Jacobus (i5540), b.1735-
Demarest, Jacquemina (i5525), b.1710-
Demarest, John (i5539), b.1732-
Demarest, Joost (i5480), b.1710-d.1750
Demarest, Leah (i3473), b.1713-d.1799
Demarest, Leah (marriage to Samuel Demaree) (i3473), b.1713-d.1799
Demarest, Lydia (i5538), b.1730-
Demarest, Magdalena (i5545), b.1748-
Demarest, Margrietje (i5535), b.1723-
Demarest, Maria (i5481), b.1713-d.1793
Demarest, Maria (i5526), b.1712-
Demarest, Maria (i5542), b.1740-
Demarest, Peter (i4890), b.1683-d.1763
Demarest, Peter (i5484), b.1719-
Demarest, Peter (marriage to Maretie Meet) (i4890), b.1683-d.1763
Demarest, Petrus (i5527), b.1715-
Demarest, Rachel (i5487), b.1726-
Demarest, Rachel (i5528), b.1716-
Demarest, Samuel (i5544), b.1745-
Demarest, Sara (i5486), b.1724-
Demarest, Sarah (i5530), b.1720-
Demarest, Trientje (i5529), b.1718-

Dent

Dent, Nicholas (marriage to Margaret Wiltsee) (i5471)

deRuine

deRuine, Jacomina (i5524), b.1652-d.1687
deRuine, Jacomina (marriage to Jean des Marest) (i5524), b.1652-d.1687
Deruine, Jannetie (i5563)
deRuine, Maria (i4882), b.1662-
deRuine, Maria (marriage to Samuel Desmarest) (i4882), b.1662-
Deruine, Simon (i5511), b.1615-d.1678
Deruine, Simon (marriage to Magdalena Vanderstraaten) (i5511), b.1615-d.1678

des Marest

des Marest, Daniel (i5523), b.1666-d.1672
des Marest, David (i4883), b.1620-d.1695
des Marest, David (i5519), b.1651-d.1691
des Marest, David (i5520), b.1649-
des Marest, David (i5548), b.1669-
des Marest, David (marriage to Marie Sohier) (i4883), b.1620-d.1695
des Marest, Jacomina (i5554), b.1680-
des Marest, Jan (i5549), b.1671-
des Marest, Jean (i5518), b.1645-d.1719
des Marest, Jean (marriage to Jacomina deRuine) (i5518), b.1645-d.1719
des Marest, Magdalena (i5555), b.1685-
des Marest, Marie (i5517), b.1646-
des Marest, Marie (i5521), b.1659-
des Marest, Marie (i5522), b.1665-
des Marest, Mary (i5550), b.1673-
des Marest, Rachel (i5553), b.1679-
des Marest, Samuel (i5556), b.1687-
des Marest, Sarah (i5551), b.1675-
des Marest, Simon (i5552), b.1677-

des Marets

des Marets, Jean (i5513)
des Marets, Jean (marriage to Marguerite de Herville) (i5513)

Desmarest

Desmarest, Daniel (i5509), b.1706-
Desmarest, Jacomina (i5493), b.1686-
Desmarest, Judith (i5495), b.1690-
Desmarest, Judith (marriage to Christian DeBaun) (i5495), b.1690-
Desmarest, Magdalena (i5491), b.1680-
Desmarest, Peter (i5500), b.1695-
Desmarest, Rachel (i5506), b.1701-
Desmarest, Samuel (i4881), b.1656-d.1728
Desmarest, Samuel (i5498), b.1693-
Desmarest, Samuel (marriage to Maria deRuine) (i4881), b.1656-d.1728
Desmarest, Sara (i5501), b.1697-
Desmarest, Simon (i5504), b.1699-
Desmarest, Susanna (i5508), b.1703-

Dickinson

Dickinson, Amy Emaline (marriage to Charles Albert Ryker) (i3464)

Drabbe

Drabbe, Elizabeth (i5566), b.1660-d.1724
Drabbe, Elizabeth (marriage to Joost DeBaun) (i5566), b.1660-d.1724

Duane

Duane, Anthony (marriage to Margaret Rycken) (i5419)

Dubs

Dubs, Elizabeth (i5049), b.1659-d.1732
Dubs, Elizabeth (marriage to Ulrich Vollenweider) (i5049), b.1659-d.1732

Dunn

Dunn, Thomas (marriage to Mary Ann McLelland) (i3449)

Durie

Durie, Peter (marriage to Judith Desmarest) (i5497)

Eckerson

Eckerson, Thomas (marriage to Maria Demarest) (i5490)

Farr

Farr, Mr. (marriage to Elizabeth Holton) (i3784)

Ferguson

Ferguson, Abigail (marriage to Jacob Wiltsee) (i5478)

Frey

Frey, Elizabeth (i5058), d.1664
Frey, Elizabeth (marriage to Gorius Vollenweider) (i5058), d.1664

Frick

Frick, Barbara (marriage to Henry Vollenweider) (i5067), b.1689-d.1755

Fullenwider

Fullenwider, Ann (i3539), b.1771-
Fullenwider, Barbara (i73), b.1771-d.1829
Fullenwider, Barbara (marriage to Samuel Ryker) (i73), b.1771-d.1829
Fullenwider, Elizabeth (i3535), b.1764-
Fullenwider, Henry (i343), b.1722-d.1793
Fullenwider, Henry (marriage to Barbara) (i343), b.1722-d.1793
Fullenwider, Henry, Jr. (i3533), b.1756-d.1789
Fullenwider, Jacob (i3537), b.1767-d.1848
Fullenwider, Mary (i3530), b.1752-
Fullenwider, Peter (i3541), b.1760-d.1790
Fullenwider, Solomon (i3529), b.1748-d.1749

Futhey

Futhey, Isabella (i77)
Futhey, Isabella (marriage to Alexander McClelland) (i77)
Futhey, Robert (i345)

Galloway

Galloway, Polly (marriage to Jacob Ryker) (i3476)

Geiger

Geiger, Eva (marriage to John Vollenweider) (i5055)

Grob

Grob, John (marriage to Veronica Vollenweider) (i5051)

Hamensen

Hamensen, Hendrick (i5431), d.1643

Hamilton

Hamilton, Elizabeth (marriage to George W. McLelland) (i3454)
Hamilton, Hance (marriage to Elizabeth Holton) (i3745)
Hamilton, William (marriage to Martha McLelland) (i3458)

Haring

Haring, Jane (marriage to Karel DeBaun) (i5572)

Harmensen

Harmensen, Grietie (i5401)
Harmensen, Grietie (marriage to Abraham Rycken) (i5401)
Harmensen, John (marriage to Aeltje Rycken) (i5430)

Harris

Harris, Daniel (marriage to Elizabeth Demaree) (i4897), b.1737-d.1821

Helling

Helling, Samuel (marriage to Jacomina Desmarest) (i5494)

Hendricks

Hendricks, Elsje (i5578)
Hendricks, Elsje (marriage to Yellis Jansen Mandeville) (i5578)

Herks

Herks, Catrina (marriage to Ryck Abramsen Van Lent) (i5450)

Herring

Herring, Margretie (marriage to Peter Desmarest) (i5503)
Herring, Miss (marriage to Simon Desmarest) (i5505)

Herxer

Herxer, Tryon (marriage to Hendrick Hamensen) (i5449)

Hogankamp

Hogankamp, Myndert Henricksen (marriage to Jannetje Wiltsee) (i5474)

Holton

Holton, Ann (i3771), b.1767-
Holton, Ann (i3777), d.1802
Holton, Benjamin (i3772), b.1769-
Holton, Elizabeth (i3744), b.1802-
Holton, Elizabeth (i3773), b.1771-
Holton, Elizabeth (i3778)
Holton, Francis (i817), b.1725-d.1779
Holton, Francis (i3747), b.1784-
Holton, Francis (i3774), d.1759
Holton, Francis (marriage to Margery) (i3774), d.1759
Holton, Francis (marriage to Mary) (i817), b.1725-d.1779
Holton, Joseph (i74), b.1761-d.1805
Holton, Joseph (marriage to Margaret Corrothers) (i74), b.1761-d.1805
Holton, Margaret Kincaid (i37), b.1805-d.1887
Holton, Margaret Kincaid (marriage to Samuel Ryker, Jr.) (i37), b.1805-d.1887
Holton, Margery (i3768), b.1759-
Holton, Margery (i3780)
Holton, Mary (i3769), b.1763-
Holton, Mary (i3779)
Holton, Samuel (i3770), b.1765-
Holton, William (i3767), b.1757-

Houghland

Houghland, Henry (marriage to Rachel Ryker) (i3488)

Huckstep

Huckstep, Sarah Ann (marriage to Jesse Benefiel) (i3423), b.1806-d.1893

Infield

Infield, Thomas (marriage to Ann Fullenwider) (i3540)

Jacobs

Jacobs, Styntje (i5576)
Jacobs, Styntje (marriage to Pieter Jansz Meet) (i5576)

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Jane (i3766)
Jane (marriage to John Buchanan) (i3766)

Janse

Janse, Tryntie (i5433), b.1639-
Janse, Tryntie (marriage to Jan Gerrits Van Buytenhuysen) (i5433), b.1639-

Kelso

Kelso, Hannah (marriage to Wilson Buchanan) (i3755)

Kennedy

Kennedy, Ann (marriage to Peter Van Cleave) (i4804)

LaBach

LaBach, Anna (i395), b.1876-d.1878
LaBach, James Mayer (marriage to Cornelia Esther Ryker) (i8), b.1845-d.1919
LaBach, James Oscar (i4), b.1871-d.1922
LaBach, Paul Mayer (i394), b.1872-d.1957

Laurence

Laurence, Jane (Berrien) (marriage to Andrew Rycken) (i5418)
Laurence, John (marriage to Catherine Rycken) (i5378)

Laurens

Laurens, Magdalena (marriage to Jean des Marest) (i5560)

Ledgerwood

Ledgerwood, Nancy (marriage to John J. Ryker) (i3505), d.1836

Lewis

Lewis, Sarah (marriage to Peter Ryker) (i3498), d.1856

Littlejohn

Littlejohn, Amelia (marriage to John Ryker) (i3479)

Lock

Lock, Benjamin (marriage to Sarah Demaree) (i4899), d.1799

Lockridge

Lockridge, Rebecca (marriage to Wilson Buchanan) (i3761)

Loring

Loring, Charles W. (marriage to Cynthia McLelland) (i3456)

Losier

Losier, Antie (marriage to Samuel Demaree) (i4885)

Lutz

Lutz, Phillip (marriage to Mary Fullenwider) (i3531)

Lynch

Lynch, Anthony (marriage to Catherine Rycken) (i5469)
Lynch, Thomas (marriage to Margaret Rycken) (i5391)

Macdonnell

Macdonnell, Thomas Meade (marriage to Margaret Emma Ryker) (i3467)

Mandeville

Mandeville, Gretje (i5547), b.1665-d.1702
Mandeville, Gretje (marriage to Jan Meet) (i5547), b.1665-d.1702
Mandeville, Yellis Jansen (i5577)
Mandeville, Yellis Jansen (marriage to Elsje Hendricks) (i5577)

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Margaret (marriage to Ulrich Vollenweider) (i5068)
Margery (i3775), d.1761
Margery (marriage to Francis Holton) (i3775), d.1761
Margrieta (i5516)
Margrieta (marriage to Francois Sohier) (i5516)

Martone

Martone, Daniel Martine (marriage to Deborah Rycken) (i5368), b.1725-d.1807

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Mary (i818), d.1781
Mary (marriage to Francis Holton) (i818), d.1781

McCarty

McCarty, James (marriage to Mary "Polly" Benefiel) (i3443), b.1790-d.1819

McClelland

McClelland, Alexander (i76), b.1762-d.1836
McClelland, Alexander (marriage to Isabella Futhey) (i76), b.1762-d.1836
McClelland, Samuel A. (marriage to Margaret Caroline Ryker) (i3526)

McCormick

McCormick, John (marriage to Ruth McLelland) (i3588)
McCormick, Samuel N. (marriage to Jane McLelland) (i3590)

McCoy

McCoy, Wesley (marriage to Isabel F. McLelland) (i3447), b.1812-d.1863

McLaughlin

McLaughlin, George (marriage to Martha Buchanan) (i3751), b.1773-d.1846
McLaughlin, George W. (marriage to Mary Ellen Ryker) (i3519)

McLelland

McLelland, Alexander (i3586)
McLelland, Cynthia (i3455), b.1827-d.1905
McLelland, Eliza Stuart (i19), b.1830-d.1918
McLelland, Eliza Stuart (marriage to Joseph Holton Ryker) (i19), b.1830-d.1918
McLelland, George W. (i3453), b.1822-
McLelland, Isabel F. (i3446), b.1816-d.1895
McLelland, Isabella (i3593)
McLelland, James H. (i3450), b.1820-d.1836
McLelland, Jane (i3589)
McLelland, Martha (i3457)
McLelland, Mary (Polly) (i3591)
McLelland, Mary Ann (i3448)
McLelland, Robert (i38), b.1792-d.1855
McLelland, Robert (marriage to Esther Campbell Benefiel) (i38), b.1792-d.1855
McLelland, Robert Newton (i3451), b.1824-d.1899
McLelland, Ruth (i3587)
McLelland, Samuel A. (i3459)
McLelland, William Eli (i3444), b.1814-d.1901

Meddick

Meddick, Emanuel (marriage to Leah Ryker) (i3481)

Meet

Meet, Jan (i5546), b.1660-d.1699
Meet, Jan (marriage to Gretje Mandeville) (i5546), b.1660-d.1699
Meet, Maretie (i4891), b.1688-d.1720
Meet, Maretie (marriage to Peter Demarest) (i4891), b.1688-d.1720
Meet, Pieter Jansz (i5575)
Meet, Pieter Jansz (marriage to Styntje Jacobs) (i5575)

Meyer

Meyer, Maria (marriage to Joost Demarest) (i5489)

Meyers

Meyers, Jan (i5456)
Meyers, Jan (marriage to Teuntje Straitsman) (i5456)
Meyers, Margaret (i5445), d.1704
Meyers, Margaret (marriage to Hendrick Martenzen Wiltsee) (i5445), d.1704

Mitchell

Mitchell, Ann Rebecca (marriage to John Franklin Ryker) (i3517)

Moore

Moore, Elizabeth (marriage to Robert Benefiel) (i3834), b.1798-d.1852

Morrison

Morrison, William (marriage to Margery) (i3776)

Morton

Morton, Samuel (marriage to Ann Holton) (i3785)

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Nancy (marriage to John Demaree) (i4907)

Parker

Parker, Mary Shepherd (marriage to James Oscar LaBach) (i5), b.1880-d.1973

Peck

Peck, Jacobus (marriage to Rachel Desmarest) (i5507)

Peek

Peek, Elizabeth (marriage to Hendrick Rycken) (i5417)

Pumroy

Pumroy, Catharine (marriage to Jacob Rycken) (i5399), d.1778

Read

Read, James (marriage to Jean Buchanan) (i3758)

Rice

Rice, Ann (marriage to Henry Fullenwider, Jr.) (i3534)
Rice, Catherine (marriage to Peter Fullenwider) (i3542), b.1768-d.1842

Robb

Robb, James (marriage to Isabella McLelland) (i3594)

Robbins

Robbins, Vincent (marriage to Geertie Ryker) (i3486)
Robbins, William (marriage to Rachel Ryker) (i3489)

Rowland

Rowland, Mr. (marriage to Mary Holton) (i3782)

Russell

Russell, Powell (marriage to Eliza S. "Betsy" Benefiel) (i3437), b.1810-d.1876

Rycken

Rycken, Abraham (i5366), b.1721-d.1820
Rycken, Abraham (i5394), b.1691-d.1770
Rycken, Abraham (i5400), b.1615-d.1689
Rycken, Abraham (marriage to Grietie Harmensen) (i5400), b.1615-d.1689
Rycken, Abraham, Jr. (i5386), b.1655-d.1746
Rycken, Abraham, Jr. (marriage to Grietje Janse Van Buytenhuysen) (i5386), b.1655-d.1746
Rycken, Aeltje (i5426), b.1653-
Rycken, Andrew (i5397), b.1699-d.1763
Rycken, Catherine (i5377), b.1738-
Rycken, Catherine (i5388), b.1683-
Rycken, Deborah (i5367), b.1725-
Rycken, Elizabeth (i5373), b.1732-
Rycken, Hendrick (i5396), b.1696-d.1761
Rycken, Hendrick (i5423), b.1646-d.1650
Rycken, Jacob (i5398), b.1702-d.1778
Rycken, Jacobus (i5421), b.1640-d.1640
Rycken, Jan (i5425), b.1651-
Rycken, John (i3470), b.1690-d.1783
Rycken, John (i5375), b.1736-d.1828
Rycken, John (marriage to Geertie Wiltsee) (i3470), b.1690-d.1783
Rycken, Margaret (i5369), b.1727-d.1819
Rycken, Margaret (i5389), b.1685-d.1775
Rycken, Maria (i5371), b.1729-
Rycken, Mary (i5392), b.1688-
Rycken, Marytje (i5424), b.1649-
Rycken, Teunis (i5381), b.1726-

Ryder

Ryder, John (marriage to Catherine Rycken) (i5379)

Ryker

Ryker, Amanda Jane (i3523), b.1839-d.1911
Ryker, Amy (i3417), b.1808-d.1845
Ryker, Amy (marriage to Robert Benefiel) (i3417), b.1808-d.1845
Ryker, Anna (i3506), b.1797-d.1820
Ryker, Anna (marriage to George Washington Benefiel) (i3506), b.1797-d.1820
Ryker, Charity (i3494), b.1780-
Ryker, Charles Albert (i3463), b.1859-d.1914
Ryker, Clifton James (i3468), b.1870-
Ryker, Cornelia Esther (i9), b.1852-d.1925
Ryker, Deborah (i3512), b.1804-
Ryker, Deborah O. (i3492), b.1777-
Ryker, Geertie (i3485), b.1771-
Ryker, Gerardus (i341), b.1740-d.1781
Ryker, Gerardus (marriage to Rachel Demaree) (i341), b.1740-d.1781
Ryker, Gerardus, Jr. (i3483), b.1767-d.1839
Ryker, Jacob (i3475)
Ryker, Jacob (i3510), b.1802-d.1832
Ryker, John (i3477), b.1764-d.1848
Ryker, John Franklin (i3516), b.1828-d.1892
Ryker, John J. (i3504), b.1795-d.1824
Ryker, John Newton (i3465), b.1862-d.1928
Ryker, Joseph Holton (i18), b.1826-d.1880
Ryker, Joseph Holton (marriage to Eliza Stuart McLelland) (i18), b.1826-d.1880
Ryker, Leah (i3480), b.1765-d.1844
Ryker, Margaret Caroline (i3525), b.1841-d.1887
Ryker, Margaret Caroline (marriage to Samuel A. McLelland) (i3460)
Ryker, Margaret Emma (i3466), b.1864-d.1948
Ryker, Martha Jane (i3507), b.1799-d.1832
Ryker, Mary Ellen (i3518), b.1831-d.1890
Ryker, Peter (i3491)
Ryker, Peter (i3496), b.1791-d.1875
Ryker, Rachel (i3487), b.1773-d.1861
Ryker, Rachel (i3502), b.1793-d.1831
Ryker, Robert Samuel (i3461), b.1849-d.1922
Ryker, Samuel (i72), b.1769-d.1833
Ryker, Samuel (marriage to Barbara Fullenwider) (i72), b.1769-d.1833
Ryker, Samuel (marriage to Margaret Corrothers) (i72), b.1769-d.1833
Ryker, Samuel, Jr. (i36), b.1806-d.1843
Ryker, Samuel, Jr. (marriage to Margaret Kincaid Holton) (i36), b.1806-d.1843
Ryker, Sarah Anne (i3521), b.1836-d.1880
Ryker, William (i3501), b.1792-
Ryker, William Edward (i3462), b.1855-d.1925
Ryker, William H. (i3520), b.1833-d.1880

Schouten

Schouten, Sarah (marriage to Jan Rycken) (i5429)

Short

Short, Eliza (marriage to John Buchanan) (i3749)
Short, Rachel (marriage to John Buchanan) (i3763)

Smith

Smith, Charity Ann (marriage to Robert Newton McLelland) (i3452), b.1827-d.1892

Smock

Smock, Jacob (marriage to Tryntie "Catherine" Demaree) (i4903), b.1740-d.1818
Smock, Leah (marriage to Gerardus Ryker, Jr.) (i3484)
Smock, Samuel (marriage to Rachel Ryker) (i3490), b.1776-d.1833

Sohier

Sohier, Francois (i5515)
Sohier, Francois (marriage to Margrieta) (i5515)
Sohier, Marie (i4884), b.1623-d.1677
Sohier, Marie (marriage to David des Marest) (i4884), b.1623-d.1677

Stewart

Stewart, Isaiah (marriage to Mary "Polly" Benefiel) (i3435), b.1791-d.1868
Stewart, Nancy (marriage to Robert Benefiel) (i3827), b.1793-d.1830

Stockholm

Stockholm, Andries (marriage to Margaret Wiltsee) (i5472)

Straitsman

Straitsman, Teuntje (i5457)
Straitsman, Teuntje (marriage to Jan Meyers) (i5457)

Swerengen

Swerengen, Rachel (marriage to David Van Cleave) (i4807), b.1791-d.1851

Taylor

Taylor, Elizabeth S. (marriage to James C. Benefiel) (i3427), b.1804-d.1891
Taylor, Nancy M. (marriage to Samuel M. Benefiel) (i3429), b.1804-d.1833

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unknown (marriage to David Buchanan) (i4041)
unknown (marriage to George Buchanan) (i3760)
unknown (marriage to Joseph Holton) (i3746)

Van Alst

Van Alst, Geesie (marriage to Abraham Rycken) (i5395)

Van Buskirk

Van Buskirk, Abraham (marriage to Lea Demaree) (i4908), b.1748-
Van Buskirk, Benjamin (marriage to Susanna Desmarest) (i5510)

Van Buytenhuysen

Van Buytenhuysen, Grietje Janse (i5387), b.1661-d.1732
Van Buytenhuysen, Grietje Janse (marriage to Abraham Rycken, Jr.) (i5387), b.1661-d.1732
Van Buytenhuysen, Jan Gerrits (i5432), b.1635-
Van Buytenhuysen, Jan Gerrits (marriage to Tryntie Janse) (i5432), b.1635-

Van Cleave

Van Cleave, David (i4806), b.1787-d.1852
Van Cleave, John (marriage to Rachel Demaree) (i3474), b.1739-d.1812
Van Cleave, Mary (marriage to John Ryker) (i3478)
Van Cleave, Mary Leah (marriage to Gerardus Ryker, Jr.) (i4820), b.1767-
Van Cleave, Peter (i4803), b.1785-d.1829

Van de Boog

Van de Boog, Pieternelle (marriage to Hendrick Theunise Wiltsee) (i5467)

Van Hoarn

Van Hoarn, Annattie (marriage to Samuel Desmarest) (i5499)

Van Keuren

Van Keuren, Hasuelt (marriage to Mary Rycken) (i5393)

Van Lenneps

Van Lenneps, Herman Jansen (marriage to Margaret Meyers) (i5466), d.1705

Van Lent

Van Lent, Hendrick (i5427), b.1662-
Van Lent, Jacobus (i5422), b.1643-
Van Lent, Ryck Abramsen (i5420), b.1638-

Van Leyt

Van Leyt, Jan (i5434)

Van Winckell

Van Winckell, Marretje (marriage to Jean des Marest) (i5557), b.1643-

Van Wyck

Van Wyck, Maria (marriage to Martin Hendricksen Wiltsee) (i5476)

Vanderstraaten

Vanderstraaten, Lodowycks (i5564)
Vanderstraaten, Magdalena (i5512)
Vanderstraaten, Magdalena (marriage to Simon Deruine) (i5512)

Vannice

Vannice, Isaac (marriage to Jane Benefiel) (i3433)

Vollenweider

Vollenweider, Anna (i5043), b.1725-
Vollenweider, Anna (i5056), b.1701-
Vollenweider, Anna (i5063), b.1664-
Vollenweider, Elizabeth (i5053), b.1691-
Vollenweider, Elizabeth (i5065), b.1674-
Vollenweider, Gorius (i5057), b.1620-d.1680
Vollenweider, Gorius (marriage to Elizabeth Frey) (i5057), b.1620-d.1680
Vollenweider, Henry (i5052), b.1690-d.1755
Vollenweider, Jacob (i3527), b.1697-d.1761
Vollenweider, Jacob (i5046), b.1732-
Vollenweider, Jacob (i5061), b.1651-
Vollenweider, Jacob (i5062), b.1659-
Vollenweider, Jacob (marriage to Elizabeth Bär) (i3527), b.1697-d.1761
Vollenweider, John (i5045), b.1730-
Vollenweider, John (i5054), b.1695-d.1730
Vollenweider, Regula (i5060), b.1647-
Vollenweider, Susanna (i5047), b.1737-
Vollenweider, Ulrich (i5044), b.1727-
Vollenweider, Ulrich (i5048), b.1661-d.1733
Vollenweider, Ulrich (marriage to Elizabeth Dubs) (i5048), b.1661-d.1733
Vollenweider, Verena (i5059), b.1646-
Vollenweider, Veronica (i5050), b.1688-d.1758
Vollenweider, Veronica (i5066), b.1677-

Wallace

Wallace, Mr. (marriage to Ann Holton) (i3786)

Watts

Watts, Mason (marriage to Deborah O. Ryker) (i3493)

Weatherford

Weatherford, John (marriage to Rachel Ryker) (i3503)

West

West, John (marriage to Martha Benefiel) (i3425), b.1787-d.1865

Westervelt

Westervelt, Jacobus (marriage to Maria "Mary" Demaree) (i4910), b.1735-d.1781
Westervelt, John (marriage to Sara Desmarest) (i5502)

Wilkerson

Wilkerson, Elizabeth F. (marriage to William Eli McLelland) (i3445)

Willson

Willson, Mary (Lewis) (marriage to Peter Ryker) (i3499)

Wilson

Wilson, Richard (marriage to Mary (Polly) McLelland) (i3592)

Wiltse

Wiltse, Sarah (marriage to Isaac Hendrickse Wiltsee) (i5447)

Wiltsee

Wiltsee, Barber (i5460), b.1665-
Wiltsee, Deborah (i5441), b.1709-
Wiltsee, Geertie (i3471), b.1698-d.1781
Wiltsee, Geertie (marriage to John Rycken) (i3471), b.1698-d.1781
Wiltsee, Gerardus (i5440), b.1706-d.1762
Wiltsee, Hendrick (i5462), b.1669-
Wiltsee, Hendrick Martenzen (i5444), d.1712
Wiltsee, Hendrick Martenzen (marriage to Margaret Meyers) (i5444), d.1712
Wiltsee, Hendrick Theunise (i5438), b.1702-d.1794
Wiltsee, Hilligant (Huldah) (i5439), b.1704-
Wiltsee, Isaac Hendrickse (i5437), b.1700-
Wiltsee, Jacob (i5464), b.1676-d.1742
Wiltsee, Jannetje (i5459), b.1663-d.1721
Wiltsee, Margaret (i5470), b.1697-d.1773
Wiltsee, Maria (i5443), b.1712-
Wiltsee, Martin Hendricksen (i5461), b.1667-d.1742
Wiltsee, Myndert (i5463), b.1672-
Wiltsee, Sophia (i5442), b.1711-
Wiltsee, Sophia (i5458), b.1660-d.1709
Wiltsee, Theunis Hendricksen (i5402), b.1674-d.1744
Wiltsee, Theunis Hendricksen (marriage to Divertje Beekman) (i5402), b.1674-d.1744

Winter

Winter, Catharine (marriage to Jacob Fullenwider) (i3538), b.1777-d.1849

Woodfill

Woodfill, Elizabeth (marriage to Peter Van Cleave) (i4805)

Yount

Yount, Catherine (marriage to William Buchanan) (i3762)

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