Could Isaiah & Walter Sluyter be the sons of Walter & Margaret (Barton) Sluyter? If anyone has proof that they are, please contact me. Thank you, -Glenda
1. WALTER SLUYTER:Wouter & Margriet on LDS Maybe parents??
ID: I183295 Name: Walter Sluyter 1 Sex: M Roots web - back further on Rootsweb
Marriage 1 Margaret Barton b: ABT 1750
Married: ABT 1770
￼Isaiah Sluyter b: BEF 12 SEP 1771 (Isaiah could have a son named Walter - the line)
￼Maria Sluyter b: BEF 28 MAY 1776
￼Beletje Sluyter b: 18 DEC 1778
￼Margret Sluyter b: 15 JUL 1780
￼Annetje Sluyter b: 10 SEP 1785
￼Rebecca Sluyter b: 9 FEB 1788
￼Walter Sluyter b: 5 AUG 1789 Christening 13 SEP 1789 New Paltz Ulster, N.Y.
￼Hester Sluyter b: 24 JUL 1791
Isaiah Sluyter, Justice of the Peace, Tioga Co., N.Y. 1799 is brother of Walter Sluyter:
ISAIAH SLUYTER’S DOCKET BOOK: This docket book dated 1799 Tioga Co., New York measures 16”x7” and is in the possession of descending relative, Janice Elaine (Sluyter) Short born 1929. In this docket book are listed apparent names of the family: Isaiah Sluyter Justice of the Peace, Polly Sluyter, Samuel Sluyter, Walter Sluyter, Nancy Sluyter, Isaac Sluyter, Henry Sluyter & Phebe Sluyter, H. Sluyter. Other than business, in the back of this book, contains blue prints of Henry Sluyter’s elaborate home, costing $518.48 to build. It also contains this writing: “Polly Sluyter” is mi name, English is mi nation, Chenango is mi dwelling, (?) Christ is mi salvation. The following prayer is recorded next to Polly Sluyter: Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep. If I should die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take. NOTE: Chenango is a County in N.Y. by Tioga Co., N.Y. All people are found in Michigan in mid 1800’s except Isaiah (Justice of the Peace), H. Sluyter (who signed under Isaiah’s name many times in his docket book - Bank was by his name on one signature), and Polly Sluyter who lived in Chenango, N.Y.
2. WALTER SLUYTER: died Michigan. In the History of Genesee County, Fenton township, Walter is listed as a "prominent citizen who came to the township before 1840". Michigan Land records shows 80 acres purchased by Walter on Aug. 2, 1837 under the treaty of 1820. Walter’s migration: N.Y.>PA.>MI. Marr: Nancy in N.Y.
Isaiah Sluyter Justice of the Peace in 1799 docket book;
The paper to which the above allusion is made in as Assessment Roll or Descriptive List of the houses, lots, etc. in the 6th Assessment District of the 9th Division of the State of New York, comprising the entire of Tioga, and comprising the present counties of Broome, Chemung and Tioga, made under the Act levying a direct Tax, under the administration of the elder Adams, as they existed on the 1st Oct, 1798, made by Guy Maxwell, principal assessor, aided by John Miller, John Konkle, Samuel Tinkham, Isaiah Sluyter, and George Harper, which shows the names of all the property holders in the now County of Chemung:
Walter Sluyter brother of Isaiah Sluyter
13 L Sluyter Walter Letter being held at Chenango Point Post Office 1821-12-1
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