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Phillip Jacob Carner, Greenbush, Rensselaer Co.NY 1801
Posted by: Pat King (ID *****4078) Date: January 19, 2010 at 10:28:52
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Just found Will Abstract of Philip Jacob Carner in Troy NY:

Carner, Phillip Jacob Greenbush (Rensselaer Co.NY)
Wife Margarit
Note land east side of the "hutson river, 165 acres"
Son "my oldis con Philip. . .the Residence whare my
wife think best."
Dau. Caty Robins, wife of Jobe (MY LINE)
" Mary Clapper
" Elizabeth "seven dollars $7.00"
Son William Jackson Carner
Dau. Lidia Carner
" Margaret "
Grandson John Carpenter

Exec. (illegible)
Wit.: John Myers
Henry Crannell
Francis "hogie" (Hogel)

Dates Oct. 14, 1799 Prob. June 9, 1801 Vol. 1 p. 311


I also found both Phillip and John Carner listed on Albany County NY Militia, Sixth Regiment in New York in the Revolution.

In Church Records of the baptisms of Job Robins and Caty Carner daughters, Elizabeth and Maria, Phillip and Margarite Carners' names were listed as Kerner and Garner.

This Elizabeth Robins, b. 1795, married Jesse P. Kelley 31 August 1818 at Nassau, Rens. Co. He was the son of Shuball Kelley and Hannah Garrison, daughter of John Garrison and Hannah Crosby, all of whom are buried at Nassau-Schodack Cemetery. The Kelley/Garrison/Crosby and related families came from Putnam Co.NY, and the Kelley/Crosby/King. . .were from early Cape Cod Families.

I also found a Jacob Carner b. 1750 MA among Soldiers and Sailors of Rev. War. And also a Jacob Carner b. 1730 MA in Genealogical Collection "Boston Transcript".

Happy to share, as I just discovered this today after 20 years of searching! And am ready to start digging. . .

Pat King




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