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Re: Lossings in Norwich
Posted by: Janice Bryant (ID *****2039) Date: December 18, 2004 at 22:23:40
In Reply to: Re: Lossings in Norwich by Donna Ewins of 199

Peter was in trouble over Catherine before he left Dutchess Co. Catherine had
several children out of wedlock ,according to her fathers(Johannes Delong)
will of 1803.Including a John McAulay,Robert Vandreburgh and a William Hulet
age about 9. There was a Ethelinda Lossing also.
I don't kown who the father of the John McAulay Was?
Peter was disowned for "fornication" with Catherine before their marriage.
They later turned their lifes around and became Quakers again.
Peter Lossing in 1833 names his three step-sons of the wife Catherine in his
will: John McAulay, Clymond Vanderburgh, William Hulet. William Hulet was the
first school teacher in Norwich at 17 yrs old.
The Robert Vanderburgh mentioned in J. Delongs will was the son of Dina the
sister of Catherine, who was married to a Vanderburgh.

I got this information from the charts sent to me by Clifford Eighmy

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