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Mystery solved teeter ny va nc ky tedder ny nc va ky
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: August 23, 2009 at 05:03:42
  of 1112

Teeter Teator Teter Tuder Teder Tedder Tudor
family researchers should realize one important
thing. There was no way to spell any of these names in one form until after the war of 1812 when english in America became more uniformed. Each and every name was recorded by clerks, Court Church Taxs from France Holland Scotland Wales Belgium Ireland England. Each clerk used his own accent and form of spelling the name as he heard it and how he thought it should be spelled and recorded.
again in many cases almost all cases the subject person
was not able to read or write and usualy signed his name witha x therfore not being able to correct a clerk
on how the clerk spelled the name.

Teator Kentucky Virginia North Carolina, Tuuter Tuder Tudder Tedder Va NC Kentucky had one thing in common
Both were from New York both were Huguenots Calvinsts of[ Walloon Belgium] or Netherlands spoke Dutch. Both were intermarried and related to 3 families the Van Cleefs the La Meterens or Van Meters Meters or intermarried with the Dubois Freers La Roys Creasons Van Pelts Van Hoornes. Jan Joost took the name 1st of Tieder then Van Meter
a cousin brother Gabirel son Jan Joost of Harlem became Jan Tuuter Tuther followed by his sons and nephews named
John Tudder Tuther Tuder Tuder Tedder.. Another person Joost Adrene baptized by Jan Joost Teider Meter called himself Jan Tutor witha 3rd Jan Joost from Harlem takeing the name Tuuter Tuther. Son listed John Tuder Jr.
It appears George Teader Teator may of left somewhere in Europe a Huguenot Walllon possible from Sweden or England
to Surry va 1695. Sstimated he was married twice once to Oele on Sweden and once in England. The English settlers there called him George Teacher. He may have left several children in Wuttenburg Germany or Sweden with relatives there the Freers Oeles Sax Dubois and disaperred in the Walloon Enclaves of England the family s well documented in Sweden and Wuttenberg. The 1st Oeles came direct
from Sweden to New York 1665 then they were followed by the rest who were living as refugees with the Dubois Freers in
Wuttenberg Germany..
The Roses Seats shortened from Seattoun Shellys were Huguenots from England then to New York where they intermarried also with the Van Pelts and Van Hoorns then migrated to Surry Isle of Wight and Bertie NC with one branch in South Carolina
Capt John Tudder Tuder of New York Isle of Wight and South Carolina whom intermarried with the Seats or Seattouns Rose Valintines harmons.

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The Dutch in Colchester in the 16th and 17th centuries: opposition and ... in of Dutch refugees.1 Dutch settlers arrived in 1565, via Sandwich in Kent, ... Tieder Six Siex Sax Duboys Dubois.

Walloon Flanders (now France)
BELGIUM
Nom,
prénom
Date de décès
Lieu de décès
Jean Mathieu TAETER
Anne Marie VOSS
Jean Louis WINTGENS
TAETER, Nicolas
17 août 1685
Maria JENNES
TAETER, Wilhelm
07 août 1729
Walhorn (B)
Nicolas TAETER
Maria JENNES

TEETER AND OULE CALVINST HUGUENOT WALLLOON FROM SWEDEN TO GERMANY TO NEW YORK

Most soldiers in the Inge belonged to Upplands Regiment. Med jämna mellanrum skedde generalmönstring, då varje kompani granskades och bedömdes, nya rekryter godkändes etc. Allt dokumenterades mycket noggrant. Periodically, there was general muster, when each company was examined and assessed, new recruits were approved, etc. Everything was documented very carefully. Här kommer några stickprov från dessa generalmönstringar (med reservation för ev. feltydning av noteringarna): Here are some samples from these generalmönstringar (subject to any. Feltydning of quotations):

Most of the Walloons came from Belgium, the valley of the Meuse, Liège and Namur, were they worked in the iron industry. They came to Sweden during the 17th century, tempted by good salaries at Swedish iron mines, and settled in Uppland and in Östergötland.

In the beginning the Walloons, like most immigrants, married within their own group. They spoke French, not Swedish, and were not Lutherans like the Swedes were. Later on they moved to other parts of Sweden, where they were sought after because of their skills, and slowly started to mix with the Swedes and even marry young Swedish women and men.
Swedish researcher
Anna Landgren.
"The Walloons (Vallon) came to Sweden between 1600 and 1655.
Most of
them were ironworkers. Some were also employed as charcoal
burners
and woodsmen. It is thought that the Walloons came as early a1600to Va:rmland.
In Va:rmland they dropped their Walloon surnames and took
Swedish names,which makes it difficult to trace them.
1650 Walloons arriving in Sweden settled in Uppland and
O:stergo:tland. Famous iron foundries where the Walloons worked were:Forsmark, Gimo, Godega*rd, Na:vekvarn, O:sterby, Lerba:ck, etc.
The Walloons that came to Sweden and worked in iron foundries were somewhat isolated from community life. They kept theirWalloon surnames and had their own teachers and priests.
list of Walloon surnames, taken from the book,
"Vallonernas
namn" (Walloon Names) by Erik Appelgren, Stockholm 1968.

Allard Aller Allert Aman
Antoni
Blanck
Bruce
Baudin Bodine
Charpentier
Clement
Boussard
Cegrell
Collin Collvin Crom
Dennis
Dubois
Ferry
Fischier
Gauffin
Gille
Gill
Jedeur-- Tjeder Teider
Jacquet
Lemén
Lemoine
Laurent
Marchall Merkel Merkal Joost Hites mothers maiden surname
Martin
Parment parameter
Rose
Steen
Tambour
Valentin
Lambert
1719: Generalmönstring av Upplands regemente skedde vid Stocksund den 14 september 1719. 1719: General muster of Upplands Regiment took place at Stocksund September 14, 1719. Hösten innan hade man, tillsammans med Karl XII, varit Norge och krigat. The autumn before had been, along with Charles XII, was Norway and war. Efter kungens död i Fredrikshald den 30 november 1718 återvände man hem. After King's death in Fredrikshald November 30, 1718 returned home Monday. Från Tillinges rotar finns följande antecknat : From the submitted root is the following note:HEMADORA TJEDER killed Finland 1718
96. ABRAHAM TIEDER - International Genealogical Index / SW
Gender: Male Christening: 23 MAY 1731 Alfta, Gavleborg, Sweden
8. Anders Tiader - International Genealogical Index / SW
Gender: Male Christening: 22 FEB 1730 Hallnas, Uppsala, Sweden
114. Erich Tieder - International Genealogical Index / SW
Gender: Male Birth: About 1689 Hallnas, Uppsala, Sweden
117. Erich Tieder - International Genealogical Index / SW
Gender: Male Birth: FEB 1690
Rotarna fick leta fram nya rekryter, att sätta i de avlidnas ställe. Dessa fördes över till Finland i maj 1742 på fartygen St Johannes och St Magdalena. De cirka 200 oövade soldaterna anslöt sig till den hårt prövade skaran i Finland i mitten av juni.
111 Dorsilla
       

Per Persson Dorrstedt

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Jan Ersson Tieder

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Jan Jansson Dorrstedt
       



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36 1/12 �r, 1 5/6 tj.år, Uppl
       

Död i Finland den 9 februari 1742.

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Roten st�llt den 22 mars samma �r (1742). D�d den 23 oktober samma �r (1742).

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Roten st�llt den 13 december samma �r (1742). Gammal torpare, oduglig. Kasseras. Roten blir vakant

The Oule female line of the Teeters arrived from Sweden
in New york 1656
NEW AMSTERDAM MARRIGES
1656 05 Aug; Pieter Corneliszen, van Warbeer in Deenmarcken; [-Briell Oule-,] van Gottenburg in Sweden 1656 05 Aug; Meynert Fredrickszen, van Jeven; Catharyn Burcharts, van N. Amsterdam 1656 09 Sep; Simon Fell, van Diepen in...
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rbillard/na_...

THE SAME FAMILY OF WALLOONS ARRIVED IN NEW YORK VIA
WUTTENBERG WERE THEY LIVED AS REFUGUEES

714 Nov 28; Jan Chroek, Catrina Jansz; Wiljem; Wiljem West, Robbert Chroek, Meery West 1714 Dec 05; Hendrik Oele, Maria Ole; Marya-Geertruy; Pieter Tiepel 1714 Dec 05; Jan Rosa, Marytjen de Wit; Jan; Jan Roosa, Hillegont Boeree 1714...

This register was originally prepared by Ulrich Simmendinger after his return to Germany from the colonies, where he had been part of the Palatine migration for seven years. The names given are all who were living in 14 early New York settlements at the time of his departure in 1717. It is assumed most of these were passengers of a fleet of 10 ships (names of ships unknown), 3000 people, leaving England January 1710.

Uhl, Hendrick
       with Anna Maria Von Van? Totert & 2 children       Queensbury
Uhl, Carolus
       wife & 3 children                     Beekman's Land the 2 children are Lowrence Teder and brother George Teeter whom the Dutch called Jurry for George

Kingston baptisms marriages DUTCH CHURCH
1723 Jul 14; Philippus Feller, Catrina Rouwen; Philippus; Philippus Meller, Margriet Oel, Johannes Rystor, Margriet Rystor
1723 Jul 14; Philippus Feller, Catrina Rouwen; Catrina; Philippus Meller, Margriet Oel, Johannes Rystor, Margriet Rystor
1724 Aug 23; Philip Muller, Margriet Oel; Johannes; Hendrik Oel, Maria Boek
1722 Jul 29; Niclaas Emig, Catrina Miller; Hendrik; Hendrik Oel, Margriet Teeter
1722 Jul 29; Bastiaan Drever, Christina Oel; Hendrik; Hendrik Oel, Catrina Miller
1722 Jul 29; Zalomon Freer, Claartjen Westvaal; Aagjen; Abraham Freer jr, Jannetjen de Graaf
1722 Aug 05; Coenraat Peeringer, Anna Elisabeth Staal; Marytjen; Jury Teeter, Marytjen Mayer
1720 Jul 31; Hendrik Oele, Marytjen Wenner; Grietjen; Niclaas Emes, Grietjen Oele
1720 Aug 28; Ever Terwilligen, Zara Freer; Mary; Hugo Freer, Mary LeRoy
1723 Sep 01; Jacob Freer, Antjen Van Weye; Jacob; Ysaak Lefeeber, Maria Freer
1723 Sep 01; Heskia de Bois, Anna Peersen; Zara; Mathys du Bois, Zara Matthysz
1723 Sep 08; Adam Ekkert, Anna Ekkert; Hendrik; Hendrik Oel, Anna Maria Oel

NOTE HERE [ANNA MARIA] IS NOW USING HER MAIDEN NAME OELE INSTEAD OF TOTERT

1727 Apr 09; Hendrik Oel, Marytjen Oel; Eva; Albartus Schryver, Eva Schryver
1727 Jun 25; Jury Deder, Anna Maria Meyer; Elisabeth; Frerik Meyer, Anna-Barbara Meyer

Uhl, Hendrick
       with Anna Maria Von Van? Totert & 2 children       Queensbury
Uhl, Carolus
       wife & 3 children                     Beekman's Land
1722 Jul 29; Niclaas Emig, Catrina Miller; Hendrik; Hendrik Oel,[ Margriet Teeter]
Colony of New York from the first Day of July, one
Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Six to the first day of July one
Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Nine

The Widdow of Lowerence Teder [Margrceta Teder Teeter]

Margaret Teator, daughter of George Teator, indentured to Martin
Cartmell on 3 June 1746 (Kellogg 1958, 36, referencing Frederick Co.
Court Record Book 2, 104.)

MYSTERY SOLVED.

lowrence Teeter George Teeter or Jurry came with thier mother Anna Maria Van Totert [from Totert.]

Anna Maria was a Oele female relative of Hendrick Oele. George Teator of Frederick Co Va followed his cousins
the Lameters or Van Meters Hites to Orange Co Va Frederick co va. he appers to have a brother named William Teder Teter
who married Sarah Bird they migrated to Bertie NC then the Old 96th South Carolina. There may have been a 3rd brother
or cousin Jacob Teeder also of Frderick Co and Rowan Co NC but the records show also Jacob was a orpahn of Hans Dederig

The Teators and Oeles were Walloons who migrated to Sweden then Mannhiem Wuttenberg with the Freers Dubois La Raoys Dennis families
The 1st Oeles came to New York direct from Sweden and joined the French and Dutch Huguenot enclaves.
there. Relatives came in the 2nd wave 3rd waves Freers Dennis Dubois. Anna Maria Oele married George Thieder she was a widow whom came with her family Carolus and Henrick Oele and 2 smal boys Lowrence and George whom called themselves Teeter Feder Teder Deder. or thats how the French and Dutch clerks recorded them as they knew and heard the name..
It is estimated George Teator married a Thompson girl from Geo Thompsons family having a girl Margaret named after his mother Margaret Oele and a boy George named after his uncle Jurry Dutch for George born 1736 George Teator. Elder George shows to gave been a slaver tobacco grower hunter scout explorer, and Roamed Rowan Co NC
all the way to St Liberty St John Georgia were he disapered after 1767. He bound his daughter Margaret to the Quakers Carmells from Delaware and estimated left his son George Teator with relatives friends the Parris Pearis family or Thompsons the closest recorded family on more documents with George Teator of Kentucky than other surname. Not to mention George signed his name in the middle with a huge T mark as George T Teator on his documents with James and George Thompson.
The Teators in belgium were recorded as Taeter Tieder, Detheir when the Walloons began their diapsorsa .One part
went to Sweden with the Dubois Lemons Oeles another part went to Colchester Kent then Norwitch as Tettor Tetar Tieder with the Dubois and Sax Six Seix ect. The Dubois Freers Teators Oeles joined the Swiss Dutch and French Slavs refugees in Wuttenberg Germany were they were welcomed as Calvinsts -Huguenots. the 1st group of the family the Oeles came to New York 1st 1665 direct from Sweden .then followed by the new generation Hendrick and Carolus from Wuttnberg were striaght away joined their families whom by this time no longer spoke french but spoke Dutch in Kingston and Dutchess Co
These families were the Freers La Roys Oeles Dubois..
it appears lowrence named his son George Teator after his brother Jurry Teeter, Jurry is Dutch for George and named his daughter Margaret after his wife Margaret Oele , so it was a inbred family cousin to cousin marriage which was very common amoung the the Teators of Kentucky even marryng their own step sisters. Example Parris M Teator married his own step sister Rebecca Totten.
The Teator men of Kentucky several also used the middle intial L witch may have stood for Lowrence.
It appers Lowrence did not live long and lived long enough to have at least 3 children with his Cousin Margaret Oele
George William Margaret and possible a 4th named Jacob.
This explains why 4 DNA matchs from George Tetter Jr to the Teeter Walloons in England one brother went to England
one to Sweden. It may also clear up why Parris Teator matched a family from Norwtich England and Dutchess New York
the Lounsberrys. Whom some may shortened the name to Berry.

The 1782 Washington County, Virginia
Personal Property Tax List note Scotch Irish clerks as Oele to Oeler Oler.
Shelly, ..llip        1        2        3
Shelly, John        1        1        -
Oyler, Melcher        2        ?        21
Olier, Rhonson        1        2        7
Gon...., John zalva? Vanpelt (torn)        1        ?        -
Byrd, James        ?        2        ?
Byrd, Francis, Jun.        1        1        -
Leferver, Abraham        1        2        4
Totten, Benjamin        1        6        9
Fisher, Charles        1        6        9
Fisher, John        1        2        -
TAX LIST: 1792 Madison County, KY tax list
OLLER, George
OWLEY, Christopher
OWLEY, David
OWLEY, Henry
OWLEY, John
OWLEY, Michael
OWLEY, Peter
OWLEY, William
OWLEY, William, Jr.
TETOR, George, Jr.
TETOR, George, Sr.
TETOR, Samuel

DUTCHESS COUNTY

Annoque Domini 1724/5 February the Second Day

Jurrey Teder

Lowerence Teder

Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer

Fransoy Le Roy

The Inhabitants Residents Sojomers & Friee holders of Dutchess
County are Rated and assessed by the assessors Chosen for ye Same
&c The first day of February Ano 1724/5
Jurrie Springsteen

Peter Du Boys

Richard Lounsbeery DNA MATCH PARRIS TEATOR KY

DUTCHESS COUNTY Dr

Annoq Domini 1723/4 Januar5'ye 16 At a Meeting of Supervizors at
Poghkeepse to Adeciate the Debts & arrearages of ye Said County Wee
have preceded and allowed to the persons hereafter Named

This following account Viz LSD

To Abraham Freer Constaple of the north ward for Car-

reing Rachell De Meas to albany County pr order o: Jacob

Kip Justice 8

To Abraham Freer Constapel For Takeing a List of all males
and Femals In ye North Ward 1 5

To Krickes the Indian for a wollf head o

Jurrey Teder

Frans Kelder VAN GELDER

Abraham Freer

Lowerens Teder

Abram Freer Jun

Fransoy Le Roy

The Inhabitants Residents Sojourners and Friee holders of Dutchess
County are Rated & assessed by the assessors Chosen for the same
the Eleventh day of March Ano q Domini 1725/6

Jurrye Teder

Abraham Freer

Lowerence Teder

Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer

Francoy Le Roy

Dutchess DUTCHESS COUNTY DR
County SS

Annoq Domini 1726/7 January the Twenty fifth day In the Thir- teenth
Year of his Majestys Reaigne George of Great Brittaine France and
Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c
Att A Meeting of Supervizors at Pocghkeepsink to allow the Debts and
arrearages of the County We have preceded and allowed to the Persons
hereafter Named as FoUoweth Vz

Jurrye Teder

Lowerence Teder

Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer
A List of all the Real and personall Estates of all the freeholders
Inhabitints Residents and Sojourners of the North ward of the County of
Dutchess by the assessors Chosen and appointed for the same on their
oathes on the Twenty fifth day of January In the Year of our Lord
Christ Ano q Domini 1726/7 To Discharge said Wards part of Said Countys
Quota Layd by an act of Generall Assembly of this Colony Entituled an
Act for Raising and Levying the Sum of Six Thousand Six hundred and
thirty Pounds for the Suplying the Defeciences of his Majestys Reveniue
and for the Serevall Vses and purposes therein mentioned and for
makeing of Bills of Credit to be Issued for that Value Whereof Dutchess
Coun- tys Quota Is to pay and Raise and Collect the Sume of Forty one
pounds five Shillings Yearly and Every Year Dureing the said four Years
and over and above fifteen Pence on Every Pound of Said Quota to Pay
the Collectors and Tresurors Sallerys as is Specifyed In sd act passed
by the General assembly of the Colloney of New York In July 1724 In the
Tenth Year of his Majestys Reign And
are to Pay after the Rate of four Pence pr pound This is the third Payment on sd act
Jurye Teder

Abraham Freer

Lowerence Teder

Marty Whitman

Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer
Tottall L 1347 22 9
We Whose Names are hereunto Subcribed being the Inhabitants
of the Liberty and Precinqt of Dutchess County aforesid have Seen these
Tax Lists and perused the same and the same is by us rated Upon the
Inhabitants Aforesaid according to the best of our Judgments Wittness
our hands The Twenty fifth day of January

Anoq Domini 1726/7

Jurrye Teder

Abraham Freer

Lowerence Teder

Martyn Whitman

Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer
Twenty Six & Seven on the Twenty fifth day of
January In the Thirteenth Year of his Majestys Reign and persu- ant
thereunto have annexed a List & Tax Rolle and are to Pay after the
Rate of four pence farthing pr pound

Jurrie Springsteen

Peter Du Booys

Richard Lounsbeery DNA MATCH PARRIS TEATOR GARRARD KY

Inhabitants aforesaid According to the best of our Judgments

Wittness our hands the Twenty third Day of January Ano 1727/8
This is the mark of B Derick De Duytser
This is the mark of HP Hendrick Pelse

Frans La Roy

William Scott

Simon Freer

Gerret Davis

Thomas Evins

John Davis

Thomas Peper

appointed for the same on their Oath's on the Twenty third day of
January In the Year of our Lord Christ Ano qe Domini 1727 — 8 to
Discharge said wards part of said Countys Quota's Laid by an Act of
Generall Assembly of this Colony Entituled an Act granting to his
Majesty the Duties and Taxes therein mentioned; for Supporting his
Governement in the Colony of New York from the first Day of July, one
Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Six to the first day of July one
Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Nine

Jurrye Teder

Abraham Freer

The Widdow of Lowerence Teder Margrceta

VAN TOTERT NETHERLANDS

Historie of Verhael van saken van staet en oorlogh, in, ende ... - Google Books Result
1668 - History
... totert bp be ... totert/ ...
books.google.com/books?id=A2tJAAAAMAAJ.

Full text of "A genealogy of the Duke-Shepherd-Van Metre family ...
Coincident with the settlement of New York by the Dutch a Swedish colony was .... as he[ signs his name,[ from Tieder- ]welt, with wife and five children, ...... The first recorded use of the word Duke as a family surname appears in ...
The Van Meteres who came to America from Holland derive
their name, it is said, from van, " of," and meteren, a town in the
province of Guelderland, Holland.
Van Metre family in America is contained in the
list of passengers arriving in the " Fox " at New Amsterdam,
I2th September, 1662 [Passenger Lists: 1657-1664, Doc. Hist.
N. Y., Vol. HI., pp. 52-63; Year Book Hist. Soc. N. Y., 1896].

THE VAN METRE GENEALOGY
Among them were Jan Joosten, as he signs his name, from[ Tieder-]
welt, with wife and five children, aged 15, 12, 9, 6 and 2^ years.
"He removed to Wykwik [Kingston] in the summer (?) of
1662."
It is deemed desirable to add here the record of another of the
Van Meteren family because of the popular belief that he was a
near kinsman of Jan Joosten Van Meteren, i. e., a first cousin of the Hudson River pioneer. This record is compiled from various historical and genealogical sources.
Jan Gysbertsen Van Metre [John Gilbert Van Metre] is said
to have emigrated from Bommell, Province of Gelderland, Hol- land, to New Amsterdam in 1663, bringing with him a son, Kryn Jansen Van Meteren sup. b. in Bommell, loth March, 1650. The compilers of the various records of Long Island state that Jan Gysbertsen settled at New Utrecht, L. I., in 1663.Jan Gysbertsen, and the only one of whom there is any present knowledge, was Kreign, or, as it is variously given,
Quryn, Kryn, Chrine, Chrynyonce, etc. Jansen Van Meteren
[John Van Metre] settled at New Utrecht with his father and
married there, 9th September, 1683, Neeltje Van Cleef. On the 25th March, 1675, Krein purchased " Thomas Jans new farm, in
New Utrecht, for 2,000 guilders." He appears on the assessment
rolls there from 1675 to 1709; a member of the Dutch Church,
1677; mentioned in Dungan's Patent, 1686; deacon, 1699; assessed for 49 acres in New Utrecht, 1701, and removed to Middletown, 1709; died there loth March, 1720, and his wife, ist January,
1747. Issue: I Jan, b. 26 April, 1687; d. y. ; 2 John, b 17 April, 1688, m. Ida Hendrickse; 3 Ida, b. 24 Aug., 1691, m. John, son Corneha, b. 24 May,
1704, m. Hans Van Cleef ; 8 Cyrenius, b. 28 Aug., 1706, ;;;. Abigail Lefferts, and 9 Joseph, b. 5 Feb., 1710, m. Sarah Schenk.John \"an Metre, son of Chryne Jans, ni. 17th October, I7i7> Ida, daughter of Ruyk Hendricksen van Suydam (lieutenant of troop in Flatbush, L. I., 1715) on June 6, 1727, his father-in-law, residing at Flatbush conveys to John Van Metre, of Middletown Township,, Monmouth County, N. J., a tract of land adjoining lands of the heirs of Quryn Van Metre,
25
The persecutions of the Dutch Calvinists caused many Dutchmen to flee to England around 1565-75. Many settled in Colchester and this led to the founding of the Dutch Church there; by 1635 this had 700 Communicants and was an obvious centre for further immigrants. But by 1600 the situation had changed and there were strong Walloon churches in Holland and although many of the congregations were French, some were formed of East Anglican families who were leaving England to avoid possible persecution by James I, who was against anybody who disagreed with himself , a Catholic; even some of the Dutch Colchester families returned to their homeland. It was the English families in Leyden that sailed away from Holland to Southampton, Plymouth and finally to Cape Cod USA in the Mayflower in 1620. It is interesting to note at this point that the Mayflower called at Leigh in July 1620 to pick up some of her passengers
(1)Joost, Adrienne, who died c. 1698, and by his will Jan Joosten Tutor] and (unreadable line) b. c1660 at Meteren, in the Netherlands, married Sara Du Bois.

TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 211
Leonard Lewis house &c: 110 00 16 07 01 \
James Spencer in Jacobus Deharte
Cap* Giles Shelley house &
Cap* John Tuder in Ditto
Peter y e Miller house &
Jew Widdow in ditto
Doctor Rodman house
Widdow Collier [Cuyler] Lott

TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 213
Joseph [Isaacs] y e Jew in ditto
Isaac f ernandas dias house
saac demilde [DeMilt] house & ...
Peter Lawrence house
Widdow Van Cliff e house &
M r Dernier [De Meyer] in Ditto. . .
John Wyes [Wey or Wise] house

Ezekiell Sickell [Zachariah Sickles] note sickells 9 marriages with Hans Dedericx family
Nathaniel Marston Lott
Jacobus Collier house &c :
Jacobus Kip house
T . ( Assessors.
Thomas Lewis
New Yorke 4 July y e 28 th 1698 this day John Martier Collector
of y e Taxes Payable by y e East Ward of this Citty Produced Receipts unto us from Chidley Brooke Esq r late Receiver Gen 11 of this Province for y e Sum of 69-05-07 which with 1-18-04J for Collecting y e same 18S lOJd Nonsolvants & 6-10-10i paid the Mayor Makes the Sum of 77 18S 09d in full of y e
Andrew Leroo [LeRoux] in ditto.. 10 00 01 06 00 J
Peter Legrand in Ditto
James the Frenchman
Widdow Masters house 70 00 10 06 03 J
Jew woman in ditto 5 00 00 09 00 J
Rob* Skelton in ditto
Thomas Allison in ditto
Margarett Geretts house &c
Fredrick Phillips house
Andrew Meyer house &c:

John Vanhorne house

TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 219
John Robertson in Ditto
John Johnson Moll in Ditto
Widdow Wanskarke [Annetie Van
M r Jourdain in Ditto
Jacobus Berry house &c :
222 CITY OP NEW YORK
A True Coppy of y e Original Tax Role Compared & Examined
Pr. me Paul Richard

New Yorke July y e 28 th 1698 this day Gysbert Vaninburgh
Collector of y e Taxes payable by y e South Ward of this Citty
Produced before us Receipts from Chidley Brooke Esq r late his Majesties Collector & Receiver Gen 11 of this Province for y e Sum
of one hundred & Six pounds four Shilings & Six pence halfe
penny which with the Sum of 2-15-0 Allowed him for Collect-
ing the Same is in full of y e Above Tax Role.
Will Merrett
John Hutchins.
Jacob Boelen
John Berry Estate in S d house 5 00 00 09 00 J
Thomas Adams Estate in S d house.
John Hendricks Widdow house
Johannes Schenck Estate in S d
John Deforeest his house
Johannes Cuylers Estate
Robert Allison Estate 20 00 03 00 01
M r Davis Estate in Said house 20 00 03 00 01
John Cooley house &c: 80 00 12 01 00
TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 227
Lewis Duboy [Louis Dubois] Es-
Widdow Sandvoort house &c: SPELLED SANDIFER IN KENTUCKY
David Vilant Estate in S d house. .
John Lillies Widdow house &c :
Francis Leconte Estate in S d house
Johannes Hardenbrooke house &c:
John Tuder Estate
Hugh Farquar Estate in S d house . .
Peter Adolph house
Egbert Harmanse 60 00 09 00 03 AGAIN ACCOUNT FOR HARMAN TETTER TEDDER ECT
Cap* Evans 60 00 09 00 03
TAX LISTS 169
Obadiah Selby house &c:
Isaac Anderson house &c :
Cap* Hutchins house
Richard Russell house
Jacob Boelens Lott
John Tuders Lott
Peter Jansen house Mill &c :
Jan Douw Estate
Johannes Van Gelder lott
Leonard Degraw house &c :
Lorando [Bartholomew Leroux?]
Boeling Warding [Michael Boelen]
Peter Melot house & Ground
John Harris Estate
De Mercier Estate MOSTLY SPELLED MERCER IN VA KY
Abraham Dietoos [Dido?] house. . . SPLEED DITLOR TEETLER DETLER
Andrew Tomson Estate
James beard Estate
William Pearse house &c :
Peter Bogaert house &c:
NORTH WARD
Assessment of y e North Ward of y e Citty of New Yorke for
the Raising y e Sum of 353-12-6 being y e Moyety of 707-05
att y e Rate of one penny three farthings halfe farthing Pr. pound made y e first day of February Anno Dom 1697. (Viz*)
Lewis Carree Estate 80 00 12 01 00 SPELLED CURRY VA KY
Thomas Sanders 2 houses &c:.. 30 00 04 06 01 *
Claes Tener house [Claes Jansen TANNER TENNER VA CAROLINA KY Peter San Joe Estate
Sarah [Granada] y e Jew Estate ....
John Baker house
TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 245
Geeshe Lewis house &c: 110 00 14 10 3
Gab 11 Thomson in D 20 00 02 08 2
Jan Meyers house 30 00 04 00 3
Thomas Lewis house &c: 90 00 12 02 1
David Valentine in Ditto 20 00 02 08 2
William Kidd house &c : 120 00 16 03
Dacob De Harte house 100 00 13 06 2
Giles Shelley house &c: 140 00 18 11 2
John Rodmans house 90 00 12 02 1
John Tuder in Ditto 20 00 02 08 2
M rs Melton [Mellen] in D 80 00 10 10
M rs Van Clyffs house &c : 100 00 13 06 2

John Wise house &c: 5 00 00 08 1

John Tisusons [Tunison] house &c: 10 00 01 04 1
Timothy Kelly in D 10 00 01 04 1
John Lawrence house 30 00 04 00 3
Jacobus Colliers house &c: 20 00 02 08 2
John Tuders Lott 5 00 00 08 \
Johannes Van Gelder house &
Jacob Boelens Lott 5 00 00 08 J
John Douw Estate 5 00 00 08 J
M r Larou [Bartholomew LeRoux]
Leonard Degraw 3 houses &c:.... 30 00 04 00 3
Peter Bogaert house &c : 15 00 02 00 \\
Jan peeck [Peck] house &c: 10 00 01 04 1
John Harris Estate 5 00 00 08 J
TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 255
Janneke Van Gelder house &c: ____ 05 00 00 08 \
Gerrett Cousine 3 houses &c: ..... 30 00 04 00 3
Rob* Darkins 2 houses &c : ....... 100 00 13 06 2
Jacobus Berry 2 houses .......... 20 00 02 08 2
Dom Dalie [Pierre Daillie] house
Obadiah Selby house &c :
NORTH WARD
Assessment of the North Ward of the Citty of New Yorke
for y e Raising the Sum of 300 att the Rate of one penny halfe
penny halfe farthing Pr. pound for y e Maintenance of the
Minister & the poor made y e 7 th day of March 1698/9
Lewis Carre Estate 80 00 10 10
Thomas Saunders 2 houses &c:.... 30 00 04 00 f
Peter Sancoo Estate 10 00 01 04 f
Rut Vanhorne house. 20 00 02 08 |
Nicolas Dupue house &c: 30 00 04 00 f
Barent Cool house &c: 10 00 01 04 f
TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 261

sh. d. q r .
Jacobus Kip house 30 00 04 00 $
Elias Lambert Estate 5 00 00 08 f
Jacob Boelen house &c: 70 00 09 05
James y e frenchman 10 00 01 04 01
A Jew woman 5 00 00 08 00 1
Rob* Skelton
Justice Bush [Bosch] 10 00 01 04 01
Israel A Jew [Benjamin Israel] 10 00 01 04 01
M r Jourdaine 25 00 02 04 02 1
John y e french man 10 00 01 04 01
Sarah Van Couenhoven 40 00 05 09
Wouter Delametre 00 00 00 00
Cap* Evans 60 00 08 01 |
Anna Maria att y e Great Kills.... 00 00 00 00
Caeck [Jacques] Turneur 25 00 03 04 f
Isaac Dela Metre 15 00 02 00 f
Jan Dela Metre 20 00 02 08 f
Cap* Bradley 30 00 04 00 f
Isaac Fernandas [Dias] in S d house 50 00 06 09 J
John Schenck Estate 20 00 02 08 \
John Delalange Estate in S d house. 00 00 00 00
John Cooley house &c: ........... 80 00 10 10
Lewis Duboy [Louis Dubois] Es-
John Lely Widdow house &c: ..... 50 00 06 09 J
John Tuders Estate .............. 5 00 00 08 f
Hugh Farguhar Estate ........... 5 00 00 08 |
Thomas Allison Estate in S d house. 15 00 02 00 f
J D Peyster Mayor
Leonard Lewis Aid
TAX LISTS 1695-1699. 279
for Granting unto his Majesty the Sum of two thousand pounds
fifteen hundred pounds whereof to be allowed to his Excellency
Richard Earle of Bellomont & five hundred pounds to Cap* John Nanfan Lieu* Governour made y e 15 th day of July 1699 att the
Rate of two pence three farthings & A White Wampum in the pound. Viz*.
EAST WARD
Widdow Lewis house &c : 110 01 05 08
Francis Defenne in Ditto 5 00 01 02
Gabriel Tomson [Thompson] in
Thomas Lewis house & 90 01 01 01
John Hutton in Ditto 5 00 01 02 David Valentine in Ditto 20 00 04 08
Jacobus Deharte house 80 00 18 08
Leonard Lewis house & 110 01 05 08
Widdow Creago in Ditto 05 00 01 02
Widdow Coliers [Cuyler] Lott 5 00 01 02
John Rodmans house 90 01 01 00
A French man in Ditto 5 00 01 02
Cap* Shelley house & 160 01 17 04
Cap* John Tuder in Ditto 10 00 02 04
Widdow Van Cliffes houses & 90 01 01 00
Mistriss Davis in Ditto 10 00 02 04
Stophell Elsworth house & 30 00 07 00
Compared & Examined with the original
By Mee Leonard Lewis

WEST WARD

Assessment of the West Ward of the Citty of New Yorke for
the Raising the Sum of 571 att y e Rate of two pence three
farthing & A White Wampum on the pound to be allowed to his
Excellency Richard Earle of Bellemont & Cap* John Nanf an L* NOTE THEY PAY TAXS TO INDINS IN WAMPUM
Gov r made the 15 th July 1699.
sh. d. q r .
Peter Bogaert house & 20 00 04 08
an Peek [Peck] house &c: 10 00 02 04
Johannes Van Gelder house & 25 00 05 10
M r Laroux house &c: 30 00 07 00
John Duboy [Dubois] Estate 5 00 01 02
John Livingston in Ditto 5 00 01 02
Dan"Jouett 5 00 01 02
[Benjamin] Israel the Jew Soape maker 10 00 02 04
Margarett Christian 5 00 01 02
George Harrod in Langstraets
Thomas Sanderse 2 houses &c: 30 00 07 00
Johannes Korster Estate 5 00 01 02
David Cristianse house &c: 10 00 02 04
Pieter Oder [Oday] Estate 10 00 02 04
M r Bolin Estate in Ditto 60 00 14 00
Joseph Davis Estate 20 00' 04 08
Widdow Vanhorne house &c: 100 01 03 04
Isaac Fernardos [Dias] S d house. . . 50 00 1
John Ives in Ditto 10 00 02 04
John Cooley house &c: 70 00 16 04
John Lillys Widdow 2 houses &c:.. 50 00 11 08
Thomas Allison Estate in S d house. 20 00 04 08
Monsieur Bonteco Estate in S d
Baker, Henry the, 219.

Baker, Mary, 295. MOST POSSIBLE SOURCE OF BAKER BOLLLENS

Baker, Nicholas, 70, 111, 140, 177.

Baker, Roger, 1, 36, 65, 106, 135, 172, 209,

245, 279.
Boelen, Jacob, 35, 62, 185, 187, 215, 222,
Bolin, Mr., 307.
Dubois, Louis, 87, 117, 166, 196, 227, 277,
Griffiths, John, Estate of, 318.
Lewis, Francis, 356.
Lewis, Geshee, 1, 36, 65, 106, 135, 172, 209,

245, 279.

Lewis, Leonard, 3, 38, 68, 108, 112, 137,
141, 174, 179, 211, 247, 278, 282, 286.
INDEX.
397
Lewis, Thomas, 1, 36, 65, 106, 135, 172, 209,

215, 246, 280, 286.
Lillies, John, 227.
Lillys, John, 311.

Griffiths, Joseph, 322.
28, 233, 237, 250, 252, 256, 263, 269,

271, 272, 278, 290, 303, 306.
Boelen, Jacobus, 23, 57, 75, 124, 153, 203,

242, 244, 261.
Boelen, Michael, 15, 49, 91, 128, 158, 188,

234.
Baker, William, 16, 51, 129.


Ray, Cornelius, 318, 323, 333, 379.

Ray, John, 357.
Shelley, Capt. Giles, 4, 39, 69, 110, 139, 176,

212, 248.
Thompson, Andrew, 17, 51, 92, 130, 160,
190, 236.
Thompson, Gabriel, 280.
Thompson, Henry, 348.
Thompson, James, Jr., 363.
Thompson, John, 357, 362.
Tuder, Capt., 102, 145.
Tuders, John, 14, 15, 49, 50, 90, 127, 157,
187, 196, 227, 233, 251, 277.
Tuder, Capt. John, 173, 212, 248, 284.
Thompson, John H., 334.
Shelly, Capt., 178, 283.
Pieters 1701 Apr 16; Abraham Santvoort, Vroutje Van Hoorn; Anna Maria; Thomas Sanders, Aefje Van Hoorn wife of Jan Tuther [Tudor] 1701 Apr 20; Gerret Lantsink, Catharina Glen; Sander; Cornelis Vrely, Jaquemyntie Vrely wife of Abraham...
680 Sep 18; Laurens Colevelt, Sara Waldron; Cornelis; Resolvert Waldron, Cornelia Lubberts 1680 Sep 29; [Jan Tuuter], Elisabeth; Ritzard; Ritzard Hal, Tham Koocker, Grietie Hendricx 1680 Sep 29; Jan Janszen Mol, Engeltie Pieters;...

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.Melcherts; Bregje; Derk Bensing, Catalina Bensing 1700 Feb 07; John Lory, Catharina Van der Clyf; Jacob; John Tuder jr, Elisabeth Van der Clyf 1700 Feb 07; Jacobus Isaac Van Deurse, Catharina Burgers; Johannes; Pieter Burger & wife...
New Amsterdam Marriages Dutch , French Wallon Huguenot reformed church new amsterdam.

1687 24 Jun; John Rose, jm van Dorsitsheire in oudt Engelt; Lydia Bowyer, wid Amas Bowyer, beyde woonende alhier. (not married)

1695 24 Apr; Johan Tudor, jr; Aefje van Hooren, jd van N. Yorck, beyede woonende

1694 26 May; James Seattoun; Anna Seimntoun, en wondene

alheir beyde alt Schotlant

1689 25 Nov; Gilles Schelley, jm van London; Hillegond van Hooren, wid Olivier

for Capt Allen whom Henry Tuder in Bertie NC was a witness.
1701 Signers of the

Petition to King William,
John Van Hoorn
John Tuder Jr.
John Rose
4. Elsie Van Pelt bapt 15 Jun 1718 -

Elizabeth "Elsie" bap/chr on 15 Jun 1718 Manhattan

married [John Allen in Bertie County]

New Amsterdam & New York Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms 1700

7 Feb; John Lory, Catharina Van der Clyf; Jacob; John Tuder Jr., Elisabeth Van der Clyf

6 Oct; John Tudor, Aefje Van Hoorn; Johannis; Gerret Van Hoorn & wife Anna Maria

New Amsterdam (New York City) New York Reformed Dutch Church Baptisms 1691 - 1695

Jan; Herman Janszen, Geertie Schuurmans; Jeremias; Jeremias Hage, Lysbeth Schuurmans

15 Oct; Theunis Van Pelt, Elsje Hendricx; Hendrick Van Pelt, Annetje Hendricx

Baptisms Father,[comma] Mother;[semicolon] Child;[semicolon] Witnesses

1695 Jun 12; Richard Glover, Maria Cop; Elisabeth; [Jan Tudor sr], Dorothea Beard[13]

1695 Jun 23; Joseph Smith, Maria Bedloo; Benjamin; [John Tudor,] Benjamin Phips, Catharina de Peyster wife of Colonel Peyster[13]

1698 Apr 10; [Jan Tudor jr,] Aefje Van Hoorn; Anna Maria; Jan Van Hoorn, Anna Maria Van Hoorn wid[13]

1699 Apr 23; Jan Van Hoorn, Catharina Myer; Catharina; [John Tudor jr,] Annetje Myer jd[13]

1700 Oct 06; [John Tudor,] Aefje Van Hoorn; Johannis; Gerret Van Hoorn, Anna Maria van Hoorn wid[13]

1701 Jan 29; Henry Jourdain, Elisabeth; Jean; William Caldwel, [Mary Tudor][7]

1701 Apr 16; Abraham Santvoort, Vroutje Van Hoorn; Anna Maria; Thomas Sanders, Aefje Van Hoorn wife of [Jan Tuther] [Tudor][13]

1798 Jul 08; Jeremiah Collard, [Mary Tudor;] James (b 5/29/1795);[14]

..Staten Island - RDC of Port Richmond 1696-1790 1696 ??? ??; Theunis
Van Pelt; Marritie; Jan Van Pelt, Marritie Parrat 1696 ??? ??; Ephraim
Thealer; Jan; Jan Pieterszen Woggelom, Hendricka Strockelf 1696 May 05;
Ephraim Thealer;.

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Full text of "The royal navy, a history from the earliest times to ...
Anxiety in the west, whether for the safety of the Isle of Wight,* 1 G. Penn, i. ...... Thompson, Richard Seafield, Seth Hawly, Giles Shelly, .lames Cadman,

Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728]
Page 8.--GILES SHELLEY. In the name of God, Amen. I, Giles Shelley, of New York, merchant, being in good health, sound mind and perfect memory. I leave to my friends, Robert Watts and Robert Lurting, merchants, all that my messuage, farm and lands, situate and lying at the Bowery,20 yearly. To John Tudor, Jr.,
Dated September 22, 1702. Witnesses, Benjamin Ashe, William Bickly, John Davis. I leave to my executors �150 for their care and trouble.

1687 24 Jun; John Rose, jm van Dorsitsheire in oudt Engelt; Lydia Bowyer, wid Amas Bowyer, beyde woonende alhier. (not married)
1695 24 Apr; [Johan Tudor, jr]; Aefje van Hooren, jd van N. Yorck, beyede woonende
1694 26 May; [James Seattoun;] Anna Seimntoun, en wondene
alheir beyde alt Schotlant
1689 25 Nov; [Gilles Schelley], jm van London; Hillegond van Hooren, wid Olivier
for Capt Allen whom Henry Tuder in Bertie NC was a witness.

In 1702 the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New York made an address welcoming Governor Lord Cornbury.
A Similar Address was received from:
Trinity Church, New York
Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry.
William Morris
Robert Skelton
John Tuder
Thomas Ives

1701 Signers of the
Petition to King William,

John Van Hoorn
John Tuder Jr.
John Rose
1725 Census for St. George's Parish S.C.
The following is a 1725 census for St. Georges Parish. Yes, 1725 is the correct year. It was made by the Rev. Francis Varnod and enclosed by a
letter dated 1-21-1725 to his Anglican employers in England.

Rev. Varnod was the Anglican minister/missionary in St. George Parish at that time. He made this census when he misunderstood directions just to count the inhabitants. Each head of household is followed by six numbers
and perhaps the letter D. The D was used for all dissenters, or individuals not attending the Anglican church. They were Quaker, Baptist,
Congregationalist, or other. The first three number represent the white his word) people in the home by men, women, and children. The last three numbers are for slaves by men, women, and children. The last five heads of
household in this list are titled Free Negros and Indians, and are called
free rather than white. Abbreviations were often used and I did not try to
correct spelling.
Alexr Skeene Esqr 3 2 1 27 18 3
John Williams 1 1 1 48 24 22
Thomas Smith D 1 1 5 0 0 0
Saml Smith 1 1 2 0 0 0
Jeremy Burros 2 1 0 0 0
Sush Baker D 3 3 5 26 17 18
Angle Coone 1 1 3 0 0 0
Jos: Griffen D 1 3 3 1 1 0
Saml Way D 1 1 4 0 0
Jos Osgood D 1 1 2 3 1 2
Tho Baker D 1 1 6 2 1 0
Saml and Jonath Clarke D 2 1 4 2 0 0
Jam: Baker D 1 1 3 0 1 0
John Hill 1 1 1 0 0 0
Geo Osgood 2 2 2 2 2 3
Richd Baker D 3 1 6 5 2 7
Wm Elliot 1 1 1 4 5 5
Rebecca Simons D 0 1 6 4 3 3
John Hill 1 1 1 1
Jos Smith D 1 1 0 2 2
Wm Way D 3 1 7 3 1 1
Mos Way D 1 1 3 4 2 0
James Sanders 1 1 4 3 1
Robert Miller Sen D 1 1 1 5 1 7
John Shuts 1 1 3 2 1 0
Robert Miller Junr D 1 0 0 3
Wm Wallace 2 1 4 10 9 11
Wm White D 1 1 0 0
Th Way D 3 1 1 0 1 1
John Gorton D 1 1 4 1 0 0
Wm Fishburn D 1 1 2 1 1 1
Step. Dowse D 1 1 4 0 0 0
Hugh Fisher D 1 1 0 2 0 0
John Tudder 1 1 6 0 0 0-----------------------
Eliz Hawks D 3 2 0 0 0 0
John Cousins 1 1 2 0 0 1
Nathan: White D 1 1 1 0 0 1
Nathan: Turner D 1 1 4 0 1
Thom Boone 1 0 0 16 19 12
Wm Sanders 1 5 0 10 13 13
Lawrence Sanders 1 0 0 5 2 3
Widow Izard 0 1 2 2 1 2
James Postel 1 1 2 4 4
Robin Johnson negro 1 1 4 3 3 3
Guy a negro 1 0 0 0 0 0
Nero an Indian 1 0 0 0 0 0
Sam Pickins Ind 1 1 4 0 0 0 Will 1736 Bertie County, LGB-4/#40

HENERY JERNIGAN 9 May 1736 Aug Ct 1736
of Bertie Precinct, planter, "...being very sick and weak in body
containing 80 acres, adj . Joseph Blackman and Jacob Tuder in the PineIsland,

5 Jun 1743 Ordered that the road from Clayes Bridge [Branch?] to Bowling Alley Road be discontinued and that --- the labouring tithables belonging to Samuel Tudor, John Tyus, Joseph Newsom, Nicholas Proctor, Bartholomew Andrews and Robert Jordan… be added to the company under the direction of James Davis… [Surry Orders 1741-1744, p140]
18 Jul 1749 Joseph Jordan, William Jordan, and William Cooper witnesses to deed from[ Jacob Teder] to James Bruce for 100 acres. Recorded same day. Both Jordans signed. [Surry Deed Book 5, p431]

bk 9 pg 374 7 Sept 1741 Samuel Tuder 200 acres
signed Samuel TUDER X. SAMUEL COULD NOT SIGN HIS NAME.

29 Nov 1735. D:139. Henry Jernagan of Nansemond in VA, planter, to [James Tudor] of Bertie. For [£10?], 100 acres patented as 140 acres by George Stevenson 8 Aug 1728, adj John Williams Villige Swamp. Including improvements. /s/ Henry Jernagan & a seal. W: Needham Bryan, Theophilus Williams. Acknowledged.

21 March 1748 tithables of Samul Tuder lay open road, keep in repair Road Surry orders pg 535

NBC ARCIVES ROOTSWEB Archives Dee Thompson
Jacob Teder Samuel Teder, Tedder. servving as clerks of the Edgecomb court 1753., land deed 1753 Edgecombe George Tedder.

note one Samel signed wtha x the other Samuel was the clerk of the Edgecombe NC court.
Henry Tudor listed as a witness for John Allen's will probated in August
Court, 1736 in Bertie County, NC.
Henry Tudor listed as a witness for Humphrey Morrell's will written (no
probate) March 10, 1732 (county not listed)
H. Tuder listed as a witness for Thomas Mandue's will probated in August
Court, 1736 in Bertie Precinct.


# Name: John "Tedder"
# Sex: M
# Note: Date his property inventory was filed in Surrey Co.
# Birth: ABT 1695 1
# Death: BEF 1 APR 1721 in , Surrey, Virginia 2
Marriage 1 Mary Seat b: ABT 1699Married: ABT 1717 in , Isle of Wight, Virginia 3 Children

1. Has No Children Benjamin Tudor b: ABT 1718 in , ,

2. Virginia Page 94.--21st November, 1761. William Skillern to James Anderson, Ј60, 100 acres on Long Meadow; cor. to Wm. Skillern, Carr's line. Delivered:[ Benj. Tudor], March, 1768. Page 96.--19th November, 1761. James Anderson and Elizabeth ( ) formerly Elizabeth Skilleron, widow of Wm. Skilleron, to George and William Skilleron, sons and devisees of said William Skilleron: 1. A tract on Linvel's Creek, 343 acres; 2. A tract on Long Meadow, 635 acres; Ј__, 20 shillings; except 100 acres of second tract bounded viz: cor. Wm. Skilleron, Care's line.


The records of Lowrence Teder
DUTCHESS COUNTY
Annoque Domini 1724/5 February the Second Day
Thomas lewis
Lowerence Teder
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer
Fransoy Le Roy
The Inhabitants Residents Sojomers & Friee holders of Dutchess County are Rated and assessed by the assessors Chosen for ye Same &c The first day of February Ano 1724/5

Jurrie Springsteen
Peter Du Boys
Richard Lounsbeery DNA MATCH PARRIS TEATOR KY
DUTCHESS COUNTY Dr
Annoq Domini 1723/4 Januar5'ye 16 At a Meeting of Supervizors at Poghkeepse to Adeciate the Debts & arrearages of ye Said County Wee have preceded and allowed to the persons hereafter Named

This following account Viz LSD
To Abraham Freer Constaple of the north ward for Car-
reing Rachell De Meas to albany County pr order o: Jacob

Kip Justice 8
To Abraham Freer Constapel For Takeing a List of all males

and Femals In ye North Ward 1 5
To Krickes the Indian for a wollf head o

Abraham Freer
Lowerens Teder
Abram Freer Jun
Fransoy Le Roy

The Inhabitants Residents Sojourners and Friee holders of Dutchess County are Rated & assessed by the assessors Chosen for the same the Eleventh day of March Ano q Domini 1725/6
Thomas Lewis
Abraham Freer
Lowerence Teder
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer
Francoy Le Roy
Dutchess DUTCHESS COUNTY DR

County SS
Annoq Domini 1726/7 January the Twenty fifth day In the Thir- teenth Year of his Majestys Reaigne George of Great Brittaine France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c

Att A Meeting of Supervizors at Pocghkeepsink to allow the Debts and arrearages of the County We have preceded and allowed to the Persons hereafter Named as FoUoweth Vz

Lowerence Teder
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer

A List of all the Real and personall Estates of all the freeholders Inhabitints Residents and Sojourners of the North ward of the County of Dutchess by the assessors Chosen and appointed for the same on their oathes on the Twenty fifth day of January In the Year of our Lord Christ Ano q Domini 1726/7 To Discharge said Wards part of Said Countys Quota Layd by an act of Generall Assembly of this Colony Entituled an Act for Raising and Levying the Sum of Six Thousand Six hundred and thirty Pounds for the Suplying the Defeciences of his Majestys Reveniue and for the Serevall Vses and purposes therein mentioned and for makeing of Bills of Credit to be Issued for that Value Whereof Dutchess Coun- tys Quota Is to pay and Raise and Collect the Sume of Forty one pounds five Shillings Yearly and Every Year Dureing the said four Years and over and above fifteen Pence on Every Pound of Said Quota to Pay the Collectors and Tresurors Sallerys as is Specifyed In sd act passed by the General assembly of the Colloney of New York In July 1724 In the Tenth Year of his Majestys Reign And

are to Pay after the Rate of four Pence pr pound This is the third Payment on sd act

Thomas Lewis
Abraham Freer
Lowerence Teder
Marty Whitman
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer

Tottall L 1347 22 9

We Whose Names are hereunto Subcribed being the Inhabitants

of the Liberty and Precinqt of Dutchess County aforesid have Seen these Tax Lists and perused the same and the same is by us rated Upon the Inhabitants Aforesaid according to the best of our Judgments Wittness our hands The Twenty fifth day of January
Anoq Domini 1726/7
Thomas Lewis
Abraham Freer
Lowerence Teder
Martyn Whitman
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer

Twenty Six & Seven on the Twenty fifth day of

January In the Thirteenth Year of his Majestys Reign and persu- ant thereunto have annexed a List & Tax Rolle and are to Pay after the Rate of four pence farthing pr pound
Jurrie Springsteen
Peter Du Booys
Richard Lounsbeery DNA MATCH PARRIS TEATOR GARRARD KY
Inhabitants aforesaid According to the best of our Judgments
Wittness our hands the Twenty third Day of January Ano 1727/8

This is the mark of B Derick De Duytser

This is the mark of HP Hendrick Pelse
Frans La Roy
William Scott
Simon Freer
Gerret Davis
Thomas Evins
John Davis
Thomas Peper
appointed for the same on their Oath's on the Twenty third day of January In the Year of our Lord Christ Ano qe Domini 1727 — 8 to Discharge said wards part of said Countys Quota's Laid by an Act of Generall Assembly of this Colony Entituled an Act granting to his Majesty the Duties and Taxes therein mentioned; for Supporting his Governement in the Colony of New York from the first Day of July, one Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Six to the first day of July one Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Nine

The Widdow of Lowerence Teder Margrceta

Estimeted children of Lowrence Teder and Margaret Oele
1st
Margaret Teator, daughter of George Teator, indentured to Martin Cartmell on 3 June 1746 (Kellogg 1958, 36, referencing Frederick Co. Court Record Book 2, 104.)

List of Frederick County, Virginia Clerk Fees Belonging to James WOOD
ANNO DOM. 1744
TEATOR, George--------------------------------103 indication was negro slaver.
VANMETRE, Isaac & HENRY &c.-------------------100
VANMETRE, Isaac--------------------------------43
VANMETRE, Isaac & Jacob----------------------- 15
Rowan County tax lists Annotated Tansciptions by Jo Linn.
Feb 14, 1760 The public on N Carolina to y Scout from Capt Michaels Company Daniel Little George Henry Barriertorn ( mus ) RupertJohn FletcherValentine Beefle GEORGE TEEDER Philip Browne John Bullien Martin Strosier Henry Roan Peter Strosier Jr 12 Men
pg 46 feb 1760 George Teeder...
May 25 1759 pg 13 John Vancleave
pg 20 Benjamin Vancleave 1768
pg 71 Morgan district William Vancleave. NOTE- father in law of George Teater Jr
pg 116 tx of William sharp John Vancleave 1 poll
Aron Vancleave 2 polls
William Vancleave 1 poll
pg 136 1778 Reeds district, William Vancleave.

Madison County, Kentucky
1789 Tax List

Thomas Lewis
George Teeter, Jr.
George Teeter, Sr.
Samuel Teeter
John Tender------------------Teddar
Valentine Tender---------- Teddar
Abigal Vancleve
Isaac Vanmetre

TAX LIST: 1792 Madison County, KY tax list
TEDDOR, John TEDDOR, Valentine
TETOR, George, Jr.
TETOR, George, Sr.
TETOR, Samuel
TUDER, Elizabeth
TUDER, Hennery
VANCLEAVE, Abigail
VANCLEAVE, Jonathan
VANMETER, Isaac
LEWIS, Thomas

2nd ESTIMTED SON William Teder
The archives, which include the historic and ongoing records of Christ Church dating from 1695 to the present, comprise nearly 300 linear feet. They include vestry minutes, financial records including pew rental information, title records, the parish registers, as well as the files of the various rectors, sermons, photographs and audio-visual holdings. Records of affiliated institutions include those of Christ Church Hospital (now the Kearsley Home), Episcopal Academy and Christ Church Chapel. Certain key items that elicit great interest are the 1762 seating chart, the 1776 Vestry minutes in which the Reverend Jacob Duché crossed out the references to the royal family, and a 1799 letter from George Washington to his former pastor, William White, thanking him for a copy of his new sermon.
Marriage
Husband: William Teder
Wife: Sarah Bird
Date: November 5, 1721
Location: Christ Church
Minister:
Notes: "both of Philad.a"
Cross Reference:
Record Book Year: 1709-1800

A List of Taxables taken by Cullen Pollock 1757"
(1) Cullen Pollock: 1st figure=whites; 2nd=black males; 3rd=black females; 4th=total.
William Keetor 0-0-1 MISPELL? TEETOR
Thomas Lawrence 1-1-1-3
Wm. Eperson - 1
Thomas Bird
Ddmond Bird
William Bird
Jesse Bird (name crossed out)

The following is a list of 2,154 "Residents" of this large Ninety-Six Dist.
B630 BIRD Daniel 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
B630 BIRD Samuel 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
H620 HARRIS Samuel 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed SON INLAW OF WILLIAM VAN CLEAVE
BROTHER IN LAW OF GEORGE TEATER JR. CAME FROM NINE PARTNERS DUTCHESS NEW YORK
T360 TETER William 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed.
BELOW PESRSONS AND NAMES OF THOSE ASSCOIATED WITH GEORGE TEATOR old 96th
T350 TUTTEN Peter 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
next list as Peter Totten origin Ninepartners New York considered a uncle of Benjamin Totten widow Ester married George Teator.

V565 VANHORN Benjamin 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
Nephew of of Giles Shelly and John Tuder Jr

T512 THOMPSON James 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
T512 THOMPSON William 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
both names found on dozens of documents with George Teator Garrad gentucky

S365 STERNS Ebenezer 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
Sterns family sold ther land at Crab Creek to George Teator

S300 SCOTT John 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
Name found on tax list Dutchess Co with Lowrence Teder

S536 SANDERS Thomas 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
name found Dutchess co tax list with Lowrence Teder

R400 RILEY Patrick 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
name found on documents with all 3 George Teators

P636 PORTERFIELD John 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
person bought all of George Teators land Washington Va through the rileys

L200 LEWIS Thomas 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
name found on tax list Dutchess NY with Lowrence Teder
and George Teator Madison Kentucky

G436 GILDER Jacob 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed

name found on tax list Dutchess with Lowrence Teder

636 FREDERICK Jacob 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
name found on Dutchess tax list with Lowrence Teder

C120 CHAVES Thomas 1779 Old 96th D SC No Twp. Listed
name found on Dutchess tax list with Lowrence Teder


Jacob Teeter Teeder shows on the records as a orphan son
of Hans Dederig he bound out in New York with Nicholas
under the name of Tedery both are shown later
in Kingston New York as Nicholas Keeter Keter and Jacob Keter Keeter then later as Jacob Teeter Teeder
He appers to be a friend of George Teator son of Lowrence and Margaret and trailed and followed George Teator from New York to Frederick Co Va then Rowan Co NC
1.
Frederick County, Virginia Road Orders, 1743-1772 - Google Books Result
by Virginia Genealogical Society - 2007 - History - 384 pages
to Branston Gap According to the petition of Jacob Teeter & Others & make ... 16 The Order for John Littler & Others to View & lay off a Road Petitioned for ...
books.google.com/books?isbn=0788445421... -
2. [PDF]
Standard Title Page - Report on State Project Report No. Report ...
- 8 visits - Aug 14
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat
Frederick County Road Orders 1743-1772 is a cooperative project between ..... in the petition of Jacob Teeter work on the said Road & its further Ordered ...

June 2 1759 Capt Conrod Michael JACOB TEEDER ( scout ) July 3 1759 Conrod Kern Serjt.JACOB TEETER ( scout )_

pg 34 1759 Jacob Teater 1 poll addition Joseph Teater 1poll

pg 34 june 29 1759 Jacob Teeder Conrod Micheal..
there appears to have one extra person named joseph who may have beena son of Jacob a Brother.
A Jacob Teder did live in Baltimore after this date listed to have a wife name Elizabeth 2 chilfren whom died
son named William and girl named Maragret in his household who married Samuel Webb 1764.
A reference to
George Teater's land appears in an entry and warrant made out for Valentine Leonard in 1762. Another neighbor is George Prager, and these properties arelocated near the McCulloh line in Rowan Co.
From Linn, Jo White: Rowan County, North Carolina Tax Lists 1757-1800,
Annotated Transcriptions.
p. 16, 1759 Rowan County Militia Lists (cont.)

On April 16, 1760 Captain Conrod Michael submitted his claim for expense for men sent out scouting on four occasions in 1759. Two of these scouting parties included Jacob Teeder or Teeter (June 2 and July 3, 1759). They were
out for 6 days each time, and were paid 2/8 per day, or 16 shillings per trip.
p. 34, 1759 Rowan County Tax List (cont.)
Jacob Teater appears on the 1759 Tax List with a 1 after his name, which I take to mean his household only included one titheable--no other adult males or slaves.
p. 46, 1760 Rowan County Militia Lists (cont.)

George Teeder was part of a scouting party from Capt Michael's company dated Feb. 14, 1760. Out 6 days, paid 16 shillings.
p. 64, 1766 List of Captains Rowan Regiment

_________________Teeter listed as a captain

Note the Peragers whom were neighbors of George Teeder in rowan co were also neighbors of Lowrence Teder back in Dutchess Co New York.


THS IS ESTIMATED BUT MAKES SENSE. HE MAY HAVE THE GEORGE TEADER THE WALLOON FROM SWDEN AND WUTTENBERG A FATHER OR RELATIVE OF JURRY AND LOWRENCE TEDER TEETER.

Teader, Geo

Virginia

Year: 1695
Primary Individual: Teader, Geo
Source Name:
NUGENT, NELL MARION, abstractor. Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of
Virginia Land Patents and Grants. Vol. 3: 1695-1732. Richmond [VA]:
Virginia State Library, 1979. 578p. Indexed.
Source Annotation:
Abstracts of Virginia Land Office patent books 9 through 14, covering the early decades of the eighteenth century. Includes numerous references to land patented by "French refugees, CAN MEAN WALLOON
Isle of Wight Co deeds-(W L Hopkins)
Mar. 23, 1695 George Morrell of Surry Co to JOHN MANGUM of Surry. 90 AC
Upper Par, Isle of Wight Co, being pt of 1100 AC grtd to William Miles &Wm Cookes late of Surry 9/29/1664, b/b Beaverdam Branch & John Persons(1680-sold by Robert & w/Mary Lacy to[ Geo. Teacher], and he sold to Geo.Morrell) . Wts: Richard Halleman & John X AtkinsonMay 25,1695-Richard Bennett, SR of the Upper Par, IOW Co, to John MINGHAM of the Lower Par of Surry Co, 100 AC adj. George Murrell, being the land saidBennett lives on. Wts:[ Phillip Shelley ]& Wm. Hunniford Rec: May 28, 1695 Sig:

7/20/1727 Attachment of Capt John Allen agnst Nicholas Volentine-Sale smade to William Mangum, etal
Henry Tudor listed as a witness for John Allen's will probated in August Court, 1736 in Bertie County, NC.

Henry Tudor listed as a witness for Humphrey Morrell's will written (no probate) March 10, 1732 (county not listed)
H. Tuder listed as a witness for Thomas Mandue's will probated in August Court, 1736 in Bertie Precinct.

2. George Teator - International Genealogical Index / BI
Gender: Male Marriage: 08 DEC 1698 Prestbury, , Dorset, Englandeader,
George Teader, theft : animal theft, 13th October, 1708.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17081013-15
See original Trial Summary:
Crime(s): theft : animal theft,
Verdict: Not Guilty,
Other trials on 13 Oct 1708
Name search for: George Teader,
Defendant's Home: Fulham
Original Text:
George Teader , of the Parish of Fulham, was Indicted for feloniously stealing a brown Mare value 20 s. on the 5th of September last, theGoods of Joseph Ormorod : But the Evidence not proving the Fact uponthe Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him


KINGSTON, N.Y.
Esopus or 'Sopus), for One Hundred and fifty Years from their commencement in1660', edited by Roswell Randall Hoes, 1891.
1694 Nov 16; Jan Van Vliet, Judith Hossy; Jan; Joost Jansen, Sara du Bois
1668 28 Oct; Joost Adriaensen, of Opynen, wid Femmetie Hendrix; Elisabet Willemsen Krom, jd, of Pynaker. .;9
1682 12 Dec; Joost Janz, jm, of Meteren, in Gelderland, liv Marbletown; Sara du Bois, jd, of Kingston, liv New Paltz.
1682 17 Jun; Abraham La Matre, jm, of Flatbush, L.I., liv Kingston; Ceelitie Vernoy, jd, from the Esopus, liv Kingston.
1683 ?? Jun; Isaac du Boys, jm, born Manheyn, Palatinate, liv New Paltz; Maria Haasbrouck, jd, born Moudestad, German Palatinate, liv as above.
1689 08 Mar; Jacob du Bois, jm, born Kingston; Lysbeth Varnoye, jd, born Kings Touwn.
1689 08 Mar; David du Bois, jm, born Kingston; Cornelia Varnoye, jd, born Kings Touwn.
1697 17 Jan; Matthys du Boys, jm, born Hurley, liv Kingston; Sara Matthyssen, jd, of Kingston.
1697
169712 Oct; Pieter du Boys, jm, born at Leyden; Jannetje Burhans, jd, born at Brabant, both liv Kingston.
Note Peter Duboys listed with Lowrence Teder Dutchess county half dozens times
1701 19 Jan; Louwis du Boys, jm, born Hurley, liv near the Pals; Rachel Hasebroeck, jd, of the Pals.
1703 28 Sep; Cornelis La Maeter, jm; Margriet Van Steenbergen, jd, both of Kingston
1703 28 Sep; Jonas Larroy, jm, born Quebec, Canada; Maria Oeycke [Usiele], born Staten Island, liv Poughkeepsie.

Note the laroys family of Charles Tetart Teeter Detriot
1705 ?? Sep; Jacob Freer, jm, of New Paltz; Antje Van Weye, jd, born Marbletown, liv Kingstowne.
1715 24 Apr; Hugo Freer, junior, jm, born New Palz; Bregjen Teerpenning, jd, born Marbletown, liv Rosendale. (b)


.
Kingston DRC Baptisms 1660-1809
1661 Oct 09; Lowi Duboi, Cateryn Blanchan; Jacob; Anton Crepel, Maddeleen Joorise
1663 Aug ??; Jacob Joosten, Ariaentje Van Wolpen; Neeltjen;
1664 Sep 14; Lowies du Boey, Cateryn Blanchon; Sara; Gerret Arentsen, Maddeleen Blanchan
1667 Mar 13; Lowies Duboeys, Cateryn Blanchan; David; Andries Pietersen, Lysbet Blanchan
1671 Jun 18; Lowies du Booys, Catharina; Rebecca; Jan Joosten, Jacomeyntie Barents Slecht

1st connection louis Dubois and Jan Joosten Van Materen Tutor.
1672 Apr 05; Joost Adriaensen, [tutor] Lysbedt Willemsen; Jannetie; Jan Joosten, Gysberdt Crom, Maeycken wife of Jan Joosten

1675 Apr ??; Lowies du Booys, Catharina Blansjan; Ragel; Jan Tysen, Margariedt Chambers
1678 Mar 31; Lowies Bevery, Maria Blan; Abraham; Abraham du Booy, Margarita Doyo

1679 Jun 09; Huigh Frere, Jannetie Wibau; Jacob; Jacob du Bois, Mary Maddeleen Crepel
1682 Apr 16; Hugo Frere, Jeane Ooybouwe; Jean; Louis Brevier, Maria Hosbroek

1682 Jun 20; Abram du Bois, Magriet de Jou; Sara; Joost Janz, Sara du Bois
1683 Oct 14; Joost Janz, Sara du Bois; Jan; Jan Joosten, Mayken Hendricz, Jacob du Bois

1683 Oct 14; Jan Hamel, Geertrud Crom; Catharina; Jan Joosten, Gysbert Crom, Mayken Hendricx
1685 Dec 12; Abram La Metre, Celitie Vernoy; Susanna; Jan La Metre, Cornelia Vernoy

1686 Jan 31; Teunis Jacobz, Marritie Hanse; Weyntie; Joost Janse, Sara du Bois
1694 Nov 16; Manuel Gonsalis, Marritje Davids; Manuel; Cornelis Cool, Jannetje Lamberts

note Manuel Gonzales family of Benjamin Totten.
1695 Jun 09; Hugo Freer jr, Maria La Roy; Simon; Mathys Du Boy, Maria Free


1697 Oct 31; Abraam Frere, Aeche Willems; Abraam; Abraam Hasebroek, Rebecca Willems
1698 May 15; Huge Frere, Marye la Roye; Sara; Jonas la Roye, Sara la Roye

1698 Jun 13; Pieter du Boys, Jannetje Burhans; Petronella; Jan Burhans, Pitronella Bentyn
1699 Oct 15; Pieter du Boys, Jannetje Burhans; Johannes; Jan Burhans, Hilletje Burhans

1699 Dec 30; Daenis Raalje, Joanna La Roy; David; Jan Gascherie, Mary Valoo
1700 Jan 14; Abraam Frere, Aeche Titsoort; Willem; Jacob Frere, Annetje Hofmans

1701 Mar 30; Claes Melchertse Keeter, Jannetje van der Merck; Melchert; Jacob van de Merck, Mary Melchertse
1701 May 26; Pieter du Boys, Jannetje Burhans; Jacob; Jacobus du Boys, Susanna du Boys

1702 May 03; Jacobus Kip, Rachel Swartwoud; Johannes; Pieter du Boy, Thomas Swartwoud, Jannetje du Boy
1702 Nov 15; Pieter du Boy, Jannetje Burhans; Christiaan; Christiaan du Boy, Elisabeth Burhans

1704 Jan 16; Abram Freer, Eva Tiedssoord; Jelena; Pieter du Boy, Maria Swart
1704 Sep 03; Pieter Dubois, Jannetje Burhans; Jonathan; Johannes Trophagen, Helena Trophagen

1704 Sep 03; Jonas la Roy, Marytje Usiele; Petrus; Pieter Usiele, Cornelia Dame
1704 Sep 03; Roelof Elting, Sara Du Bois; Johannes; Cornelis Elting, Rebecca van Maitre

1705 Apr 15; Hugo Frere, Maria la Roy; Johannes; Jan Frere, Sara Rutse
1706 Mar 17; Nicolaes Keter, Jannetie van der Merk; Jacob; Lambert Huybertse jr, Aryaantie van der Merk


1706 Aug 11; Abraham Freer, Eegje Titzoor; Philippus; Adam Swart, Geertruyd Titzoor
1706 Oct 20; Hugo Freer, Mary La Roy; Benjamin; William Nottingham, Sara Freer

1707 Jun 16; Pieter Du Bois, Jannetie Borhans; Petrus; Barent Borhans, Margarietie Janse
1707 Oct 12; Abraham Freer, Eegje Tizoort; Sara; Evert van Wagenen, Saartie Freer
1708 Jan 24; [Deny Rilje, Riley ]Jannetie Le Roy; Hester; Moses de Graav & wife Hester La Maetre
1706 Oct 20; Jacob Freer, Antie van Weyen; Jannetie; Joh. Hardenberg, Catharina Rutse

1708 Jun 20; Fransoa Larooy, Celitie Dama; Jan; Machiel Parmentier, Neeltje Dama
1709 Sep 11; Jonar Le Roy, Marytje Usile; Cornelia; Fransoy Le Roy, Selitje Dame

1709 Sep 11; Andries Le Fevere, Cornelia Blansian; Simon; Isaac La Fevere, Magdalena Blansan
1709 Sep 11; Abraham Freer, Agje Tietsoort; Maritje; Hugo Freer, Maritje La Roy

1709 Sep 11; Gerrit Wynkoop, Hilletje Gerrits; Philippus; Cornelis Elte, Rebekka van Metere
1710 May 07; Manuel Gonsales, Rebecca Westfaalen; Johannes; Jan Post, Cornelia Yselstyn

1710 May 07; Matthys Jansse, Rachel Popinga; Rachel; Elias van Bunschoote, Sarah Jansse
note racheal popingo aka poppno married petter totten estmated uncle of benjamin totten



Nine partners New York.
1710 May 07; Frans La Roy, Celitje Dame; Sophia; Huge Freer, Mariaan La Roy
1710 Nov 10; Hugo Freer, Maria La Roy; Rachel; Nicolaas Hofman, Jannetje Krispel



1713 Jan 25; Hugo Freer, Maria Anna Larooy; Jannetjen; Johannes Herdenberg, Catrina Rutsz
1713 Sep 06; [Johannes Joosten Haeyt], Anna-Maria; Madalena; Jacob Capoesyen, Madalena Capoesyen
note Joost Hite land baron Frederick va capoestenn morphed to springsteen asscoated to Benjamin Totten.
1713 Oct 11; Anderies Brat, Weyntjen Rosa; Geurt; Gysbert Rosa, Madeleentje de Bois

1714 Apr 11; Abraham Freer, Aagjen Titshoorn; Aagjen; Christiaan de Joo, Marytjen de Graaf
1714 Aug 01; Jan Freer, Rebecca Van Wagening; Jannetjen; Hugo Freer, Maria la-Roy



1715 Dec 04; Hugo Freer, Marretjen Jans; Rebekka; Johannes Rutsz, Catryntjen Beekman
1717 Jan 27; Hugo Freer jr, Bregjen Teerpenning; Hugo; Hugo Freer, Marytjen Le-Roy


1717 Jan 27; Jacob Freer, Antjen Van Weyen; Jacob; Jacob Rutsz jr, Marytjen Freer

1715 Dec 04; Hugo Freer jr, Bregjen Teerpennig; Johannes; Jacob Rutsz sr, Marretjen Hansz

1710 Nov 10; Andries Le Fever, Cornelia Blansjan; Mattheus; Matthys Blansjan & wife Antje

1718 May 25; Hugo Freer, Maria Anna le Roy; Elisabeth; Pieter Canteyn, Elisabeth Blans-Jan

1719 Mar 01; Johannes ter Bosch, Pieternella du Bois; Pieternella; Pieter du Bois, Jannetjen Borhans

1720 Mar 27; Niclaas Keeter, Jannetjen Van der Merken; Aarien; Arien Van der Merken, Zara Bond

1721 Jan 15; Gerardus Luewes, lewis Rachel Kip; Rachel; Jacob Kip, Rachel Swartwout


1722 Jan 21; Pieter du Boys, Jannetjen Borhans; Pieternelle; Willem Borhans, Hanna Wittiker

1723 May 19; Hugo Freer jr, Bregjen Teerpenning; Elisabeth; Jan Teerpenning, Hester Freer

1724 Dec 25; Gerardus Luewes, Rachel Kip; Gerardus; Johannes Hardenberg, Eva Kip

1725 Apr 11; Hugo Freer, Marytjen de Wit; Aagjen; Jan Oosterhout, Elisabeth Freer.


1728 Dec 29; Frerik van der Merken, Geertjen Tak; Jacobus; [Jacob Keeter, ]Rachel Tak
OLD MISCELLANEOUS
RECORDS OF DUTCHESS COUNTY

(The Second Book of the Supervisors and Assessors)
Att an Ellection held at Pocghkeepsing the first Tusdayin
It being the 2th day of the Same; for Dutchess County for the These following are Chosen for Dutchess County for the
Att an Ellection held at Pocghkeepsing the first Tusdayin
Francoy Le Roy
Garadus Lewis
Att an Ellection held In Dutchess County in the South Ward
first Tusday in April It being the 2th day of the said month Ano 1723
These following are Chosen for Dutchess County for the South
Pieter Du Boys

Leonard Lewis
Trisieror
This is a True Copy Recorded

& Examined pr me the 14th Day
of July Ano 1727
To Col Leonard Lewis to Serve in General Assemb,y 33
Days Sirtifficate Dated July ye 7th Ano 1722 9 18

To Abraham Freer Constaple of the north ward for Car-

reing Rachell De Meas to albany County pr order o: Jacob
Kip Justice 8
To Abraham Freer Constapel For Takeing a List of all males
and Femals In ye North Ward 1 5

To Krickes the Indian for a wollf head o

Lowerens Knicker Baker
Abraham Freer
Lowerens Teder
Leonard Lewis
David Giffin griffiths
Peter De Boys
Richard Lownsbury dna match teeter kentucky
Fish Kill april ye 7th Ano 1724

Att a Meeting of Sundy Freeholdrs & Tennants of Dutchess County

assembled this first Tuesday in April In ye South Ward of Dutchess
County The following prsons Whare Chosen by Majority of Votes
to vSarve for that Ward Viz

P^^e^Du Boys \ | Survayors of ye Fences
Lowerence Henderick

Abraham Freer
Lowrens Osterhout
Hugge Freer
The Inhabitants Residents Sojorners & Friee holders of Dutchess
County are Rated and assessed by the assessors Chosen for ye Same

&c The first Day of February Ano 1724/5

Thomas Sanders
Thomas Lewis
Fransoy Le Roy
Leonard Lewis
he Inhabitants Residents Sojomers & Friee holders of Dutchess
County are Rated and assessed by the assessors Chosen for ye Same

&c The first day of February Ano 1724/5

Jurrie Springsteen
Peter Du Boys
Robert Denge
Richard Lounsbeery
In Dutchess County at Pockeepsink this 20th Day
of February In the Eleventh Year of his Majestys Reign George King of Great Brittin Ano 1724/5
Note that the County Charges are to be payd to
Coll Leonard Lewis on or before the 20 of March
Now next Comeing
Hugge Freer
Lowerence Backer
Jacob Fisher
he Inhabitants Residents Sojourners & Freeholders of Dutchess County are Rated and assessed by the assessors Chosen for ye Same
&c the Eleventh day of March Ano q Domini 1725/6
Thomas Sanders
Thomas Lewis
Francoy Le Roy
Leonard Lewis
Simon Freere

The Inhabitants Residents Sojomers and Friee holders of

Dutchess County are Rated & assessed by the assessors Chosen for
the Same the Eleventh Day of March Ano q Domini 1725/6
Jurrie Springsteen
Peter Du Boys
Richard Lounsbeery
his Majesty the Duties
and Taxes there in mentioned; for Supporting his Governement in
the Colony of New York; from the first Day of July, one Thousand
Seven Hundred and Twenty Six to the first Day of Juley one
Thousand Seven Hundred and Tewenty Nine the sd Act Seting
forth that Dutchess County Is to Pay the Sum of Twenty Nine
Pounds Fifteen Shillings Yearly and Every Year Dureing the said
three Years It
Abraham Freer

Lowerence Osterhout
Lowerence Teder
Abram Freer Jun

Hugge Freer
Lowerence Backer
Jacob Fisher
General assembly of the Colloney of New
York In July 1724 In the Tenth Year of his Majestys Reign And are to Pay after the Rate of four Pence pr pound This is the third Payment on sd act
Lowerence Osterhout
Lowerence Teder
Marty Whitman
Abram Freer Jun
John Phillip son of Lowne hendrick
Hugge Freer
Lowerence Backer
Aforesaid according to the best of our
Judgments Wittness our hands The Twenty fifth day of January
Anoq Domini 1726/7
Lourens lOsterhout
mak
Abraham Freer
Lowerence Teder
Martyn Whitman
Abram Freer Jun
Hugge Freer
Lowerence Backer
John Allin
Gerardus Lewis
Gerret Davis
Thomas Evins
John Davis
Oath's on the Twenty third day of January In the Year of our LordChrist Ano qe Domini 1727 — 8 to Discharge said wards part of saidCountys Quota's Laid by an Act of Generall Assembly of this Colony
Entituled an Act granting to his Majesty the Duties and Taxes thereinmentioned; for Supporting his Governement in the Colony of New York
from the first Day of July, one Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Sixto the first day of July one Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Nine

The Widdow of Lowerence Teder Margrceta

Margaret Teator, daughter of George Teator, indentured to Martin
Cartmell on 3 June 1746 (Kellogg 1958, 36, referencing Frederick Co.

Court Record Book 2, 104.)

HUGUENOT STREET...Oldest Street in America
In 1677, the Duzine ("Twelve Men") united by religious and family ties, purchased a large tract of land from the Esopus Indians on terms of such generousity and mutal respect as to guarantee to the Patentees the peaceful home which they had sought through years of exile from their native France. They named their lands for the temporary refuge they had found in "die Pfalz", the Rhine-Palatinate.

By 1692 they began to replace the original log huts with sturdy stone dwellings which today constitute the oldest street in the United States with its original houses. The first one-room houses were enlarged as the next generation grew and prospered, but for over 250 years, five of the six original houses remained virtually unchanged and occupied by descendants of the builders.

Through the efforts of the Huguenot Historical Society, New Paltz, N. Y. and its family associations, these houses are maintained as a unique historic site...and a National Historic Landmark. (From a Brochure - "Huguenot Street" by the Huguenot Historical Society)

By 1660 the Huguenot refugees, Louis DuBois, Antoine Crispell, and Mattys Blanchan had already built homes at the "Nieuw Dorp" (Hurley). The Dutch settlers of Wiltwyck (Kingston) had made them welcome, and yet they felt alien. Their whole way of life was different. The Dutch were interested above all in the Indian trade - the French dreamed only of quiet farms. The very religious tolerance of their hosts became irksome. They were all followers of Calvin, but in what a different fashion!.

Most important was their differing attitude toward the Esopus Indians who were their neighbors. The Dutch traders, with or without the assistance of "firewater", were quick to take advantage of the [sic] savages. They expected to make money from them, they considered them mere animals, but were swift to punish when these same animals did not follow white men's ways. The whole series of skirmishes known as the Esopus Wars had a simple be-ginning. The naive Indians had graciously granted the new settlers hunting rights in the territory, just as a modern farmer might post his land for the benefit of the local gun club. The paltry presents received from the Dutch were merely evidence of neighborliness and good faith, certainly not a sale price. In fact, an individual Indian could not sell land, because the tribes owned everything in common. He could merely grant life rights to hunt, fish and farm the land.

Little frictions grew up because the Indians had no understanding of property rights and boundary lines. Nor, unfortunately, were they acquaint-ed with domestic animals. A cow was killed, and immediately the Dutch captured twelve of the finest young braves and sold them as slaves in Barbados. It is hardly surprising that the Indians retaliated. Even so, they sought many times to ransom their young men before they turned to violence.

On June 7, 1663, while the men were working in the fields, the Esopus tribes fell on the "New Village". Hardly so much as a hayrick was left standing and 29 women and children were carried into captivity. Among them were the families of Louis DuBois and Antoine Crispell.

For months the bereaved husbands and fathers, reinforced by Capt. Martin Kregier and his soldiers from New Amsterdam, sought for the captives, but in vain. On July 31st they found the Indian fort near Wawarsing and burned its triple palisades and the cornfields around them; but alas, [sic] savages and captives were gone into the mountains.

Finally, on September 5th, they located the New Fort, a 15-foot palisade not yet completed, near the Shawangunk Kill in the Hogabergh area be-hind the present village of Wallkill. Tradition tells the tale of Basha, the squaw piling wood near the spring which bears her name, who was shot by Louis DuBois before she could give the alarm.

Legend also tells that the Indians, angry at the failure of their attempts to secure the release of their braves from slavery in Barbados, had determined to put their victims to death - that Catrina DuBois had already been tied to the stake and the faggots placed - but that intrepid lady, her faith rising, above her fears, lifted her head and sang the 137th Psalm, "By the waters of Babylon". Her clear voice charmed the Indians, so the story goes, into delaying the burning. More important, it served as a guide through the woods for her husband and the soldiers. The surprise was complete, the fighting was sharp. The Indians lost their chief and 21 killed. 13 others were taken prisoner, while Capt. Kregier lost 3 killed and 6 wounded. But the prisoners were released unharmed. It was on the return journey that Louis DuBois had the opportunity to note fertile plains of the Wallkill Valley and his dream was born. He had passed that way before, had killed an Indian scout near the present Libertyville with his own sword, but only now could he appreciate the beauty of these fields guarded by the "Great Wall" of the Shawangunks. As he continued to live in Hurley his dream grew - a French settlement where they could at last find permanent refuge, but could also retain their language, their customs, and their religion. When the young LeFevre brothers, Simon and Andre, arrived in Kingston, they quickly fell in with his dream, but it was not for 8 or 10 years until the arrival of the Hasbrouck brothers, the Beviers, the Freers, and the Deyos, that it seemed possible of fulfillment, and it was Abraham Hasbrouck who made it a reality.

After leaving the Rhein-Pfalz where the Huguenot families had found temporary refuge, Abraham had served for a time with the English army and had earned the friendship of Edmund Andros. By 1675, the English government had replaced the Dutch, New Amsterdam had become New York, and Edmund Andros was governor of the colony. Abraham spoke for the little group and out-lined their plans, and in April, 1677, he gained permission for his friends to make their attempt .

The history books have long given credit to William Penn as being the first colonizer to deal justly with the Indians and thus earn peace for his settlement. Penn received his huge grant in 1681, and then, a year later, to stop further difficulty with the natives, he made a treaty purchase with the Indians confirming his title.

However, five years before, this small band of Huguenots first approached the Indians themselves, the actual owners of the land. On May 26, 1677 five chiefs of the Esopus: Matsaysay, Nekahakaway, Magakahas, Assinerakan, and Wawawanis, contracted for the sale of the land to Louis DuBois and eleven others for: "40 kettles, 40 axes, 40 adzes, 40 shirts, 400 fathoms white network, 300 fathoms black network, 60 pairs stockings (half small sizes), 100 bars of lead, 1 keg of powder, 100 knives, 4 kegs of wine, 40 oars, 40 pieces duffel, 60 blankets, 100 needles, 1 measure tobacco, 2 horses (1 stallion and 1 mare). "

This was certainly no bargain by Dutch standards ($24 worth of trinkets for Manhattan) but how well these Huguenots were rewarded! They built the "Redoute" required by the governor, but never, even during the troubled Revolutionary period, was this settlement in danger of attack.

Only after the Indians were paid, as acknowledged on September 15th by 19 braves and 2 women of the Esopus, who thus confirmed the action of their chiefs for their families, did the Walloons sue for a grant from the king, given under the hand of Edmund Andros on September 29, 1677. These old deeds, the first record of a truly honest purchase of land from the Indians, are still to be seen at the museum.

The eleven families: Louis DuBois and his sons Isaac and Abraham, Christian Deyo and his son Pierre, Simon LeFevre and his brother Andre, Hugo Freer, Louis Bevier, the brothers Jean and Abraham Hasbrouck, (Antoine Crispell remained in Hurley) loaded all their possessions upon three ox-carts ("tri-cor") and proceeded to their new home. If this particular tradition were true, the ox-carts must have made more than one trip, judging by the many relics which survive .

Warned by friendly Indians of spring floods on the west side of the river, the Patentees built their log cabins along the east bank, on what is now the south end of Huguenot Street. They established their combined church and schoolhouse at the north edge of the little burying ground, but the land itself was owned in common. The first sale of land to an individual was in 1693, although four years earlier, the first schoolmaster, Jean Cottin, had received the gift of a house and lot.

As the settlement prospered and the log cabins were replaced by stone dwellings a bit further north, which still testify to the superiority of the old-time methods of construction, the settlers were granted homestead lots, but the farm lands remained in common under the control of "The Duzine", a council made up of representatives of each of the 12 original Patentees. At first position on the Duzine was hereditary, but with the growth of the village and the influx of Dutch families, it became advisable to elect these officers from the whole colony. It was not until 1728 that the Duzine authorized the allotment of the first lands to individual ownership. This was done not by deed, but by parole, the "twelve men” signing a bond for the protection of title to these tracts, as recorded in the minute books of The Duzine. The last allotment was made only shortly before the Revolution, and one of the first actions of the new State government was to ratify the acts of this most democratic governing body in colonial history.

There were no really famous citizens of New Paltz, but the story of these simple farmers and merchants is an unparalleled record of justice, dignity and fair dealing toward each other and toward their neighbors, white and red, which might well be of even greater inspiration today than is found in the exploits of those whom the history books call heroes.

FIRST GENERATION

Hugo Freer (the Patentee) was born at Harly, now spelled Herly, a tiny village in the district of Haut Boulonnois, 20 miles SE of Boulogne, 25 miles SW of Hazebrouck, in Normandy, France. He moved to Mannheim (Germany) in the province of Die Pfalz on the Rhine River around 1651.

Hugo married Marie de la Haye of Douai (France) at Mannheim 10-02-1660. They had a daughter Marie born 09-13-1661, a daughter Sara born 01-22-1664, and a son Hugo born 07-01-1666. Marie and both daughters died in the Great Plaque of 1666. Hugo then married Jeanne (Jannetje) Wibau (also spelled Verbeau) of Bruyelle who was the widow of Simon Floquet on 01-22-1667. One year later a son died in infancy. A son Abraham was born on 06-16-1670 and a son Isaac born 02-20-1673. Hugo Freer, the Patentee, died in New Paltz in 1698. Jeanne died 12-08-1693. Both are buried in the Walloon Cemetery on Huguenot Street, New Paltz, but the headstones have disappeared.

SECOND GENERATION

Hugo Freer, Sr. was born 1666 in Mannheim, died 1732 at New Paltz. He married Maria Anna LeRoy, born 05-07-1673 in Quebec, daughter of Simeon LeRoy and Claude Deschalets. They were married 06-07-1690.

Their children were:

* Hugo Freer, Jr. born 10-14-1691 at New Paltz

Isaac 05-21-1693

Simon 06-09-1695

Mary 05-05-1696

Sara 05-15-1698

Esther 10-15-1699

Jonas 1701

Catrina 1703 (doubtful)
Blandina 07-04-1703

Johannes 04-15-1705

Benjamin 10-21-1706

Rachel 11-10-1710

Jannetjen 01-27-1713

Rebecca 12-04-1715

Elizabeth 04-12-1718

THIRD GENERATION

Hugo Freer, Jr. was born 10-14-1691 at New Paltz. He was married 04-24-1715 to Brejen Terpening, born in Minisink but lived in Rosendale, daughter of Jan Terpening of Flanders. They lived in Bontecoe.

Their children were:

Johnannes 1715

Hugo 1717

Annatjen 1718

Maria 1721

Elizabeth 1723

Johannes 1726

*Gerrit 1727

Zara 1729

Jannetjen 1733

Benjamin 1735
Fortville, Pierre Tetard dit (b. 13 JAN 1707, d. AUG 1766)

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Fortville, Gabriel Tetard dit (b. 28 JAN 1669, d. SEP 1722)

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Birth: 28 JAN 1669 Montreal, Quebec

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Burial: 19 SEP 1722 Montreal, Quebec

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Lefebvre, Joseph (b. 1674, d. ?)

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de Folleville, Charles Tetard (b. 1640, d. MAR 1705)

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7 may 1672 in Quebec, Canada.
She was baptized on 11 May 1673 in Quebec, Canada. Marie anne LeRoy was baptized by Fr. Louis Ango. The witnesses were Emmanuel Lops (Lopez),
"dit Madere" (Madeira) and Magdelene Deschalets, wife of Jean Giron.
Her descendants appear in the Freer Genealogy published in volumes 33
to 35 in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.
i. Pierre LeRoy was born on 20 April 1676 in st. Joseph,
Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada. Pierre LeRoy was baptized by mgr. Charles Glandelet in the chapel at Charlesbourg. The witnesses were Pierr Moreau, "dit La Topine", and Elizabeth Deschalets, wife of [Francois Paris.] It is possible that this is the "Peter LeRoy" who is mentioned
in Bolton's History of Westchester as having been a vestryman of the
Episcopal church at
Westchester in 1702. No further record has been found of him.Marie LeRoy
was born on 2 May 1681 in Montreal, Quebec,
Canada. Marie LeRoy was baptized the day of her birth by fr. Jean
Fremont. The witnesses were Jean de la Croix, master carpenter, and[Marie Tetard,] daughter of
[Charles Tetard.] She died on 28 May 1681 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Marie
LeRoy's age at death was 26 days. She was buried on 28 May 1681 in
parish Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Marie LeRoy was buried the same day
she died. The Record of her burial is her father's (Simeon LeRoy) last
appearance found on
any public record in Montreal.
Frans LeRoy Capt. was born in 1683 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York or Albany, New York.
The LeRoy family of Dutchess County, New York is descended from Capt. Frans LeRoy. He was named after his maternal grandfather. In 1709 he bought land in Poughkeepsie New York north of the Fall Kil from Myndert Harmenszen van DE Bogart who was the original patentee. Franz and his wife are present there
on the 1714 census which reported them as residents with 3 boys, 2 daughters,
and 3 slaves. In 1719 Frans bought more land along the Fall Kil east of his property. In 1719 Frans was appointed assessor. He served again in 1723 and
1727-1728.
Jean Giron (uncle of the wives of Hugo Freer & Denis Ralji), came from France to Canada and bought a farm on the River St. Charles near Quebec. He married Madeleine Deschalets. He was from [Creances], bishopric of Coutances, in Manche, the long finger with Cherbourg at the tip which points from the north of France into the English Channel.

In the same year Simeon Le Roy, who was a master carpenter, bought land next to his brother-in-law on the River St. Charles. He remained in Quebec until 1679 or later, but in 1681 he had removed to Montreal. While he was in Canada he appears to have been a Catholic, for all his children were baptized by the priests. In 1682 he was in Albany, and thereafter he lived in Kingston, where he was as late as 1701.
f Dennis Relji appears as godfather at the baptism of a child of Hugo Freer and his wife Mary LeRoy in 1693. Dennis' wife's name was Joanna (Jannetje) LeRoy. She and Hugo Freer's wife were sisters. Dennis Relji long occupied the house on the Hudson just south of Juffrow's Hook, as the point was caled where the south bounds of the patent struck the river. He adn his wife had several children baptized in the Kingston church - David in 1703, Claudina in 1706, and Hester in 1708. [From The History of New Paltz by Ralph LeFevre; 1903: The Relyea Family: pp502, 503 ]

Denis was married to Jeanne Elizabeth (Jannetje) Le Roy (daughter of Simeon Le Roy and Claudina Deschalets) about 1698 in Kingston, Dutchess, New York?. Jeanne Elizabeth (Jannetje) Le Roy was born on Mar 28 1679 in St. Joseph, Charlesbourg, Quebec, Canada. She was baptized on Mar 29 1679. She was admitted to the Dutch Church on Apr 3 1703/4 in Kingston, Dutchess, New York. She died after 1720. Admitted to the Dutch Church at Kingston, N.Y. April 3, 1703-4.

In 1704, however, he probably left htere and he was a witness at the baptixm of his grandchildren on Staten Island, in 1706 or 1707. Through his son Francis he was head of the LeRoy family, originally of Dutchess County, and through his son Leonard, or "Jonar" as the Dutch called it, corrupting the French sound, he was head of the "Laraway" family, originally of Schohari County.
Dutchess County
Witnesses, Garrett Van Gelder, ehairmaker,[ Francis Tetard,] Anne Sophia Jacquery. ......,
Pag 22.

Louis DuBois, bap at Lille, France 21 Oct 1626, d at Kingston, NY 23 June 1693, came to America in 1660 and settled at Hurley, Ulster County (Shawangunk). Louis� brother, Jacques DuBois (1626-1676) joined his brother in 1675. Jacques� daughter, Anne, (1669-1760), married Joost Hite.

In 1677 Louis and associates obtained a tract of land from the Esopus Indians near Kingston. Louis lived in Esopus and, following the practice of the Huguenots to join local churches of similar principles, he became an elder in the Dutch Reformed Church formed in New Paltz in 1683. These Huguenots soon became Dutch speaking, married Dutch wives and husbands, and their neighbors might assume them to be Dutch, not French.

He m. (2) MARIA MAGDALINA (DUBOIS?) November 1741 in VA. She signed a pre-marital contract with Jost Hite in 1741. According to the contract, she brought the following to the marriage: "1. In ready money twenty-two pounds, seventeen shillings and four pence. 2ndly. Two mares one colt of the value of fourteen pounds. 3rdly. Two drawing steers value three pounds, ten shillings. 4thly> To Coarse Bed cloathes in all three pound, sixteen shillings and six pence. And the said money is adjudges to be inVirginia Currency the 16th of November 1741, also one horse mare Six pound. (Entered in the Frederick County records on 3rd of September 1745)
According to church records, he immigrated to the America in 1710. He remained in Kingston, New York for five years. In 1715, he moved to the area of Skippack, Pennsylvania (northeast of Center Point, PA). He received a grant of 100,000 acres from the Virginia Governor and Council in the late 1720's with the stipulation that 100 families be settled within two years. In 1732, Jost and his wife Mary (Anna Maria), and their eight children along with 16 other families moved to Fort Stephens, Virginia.

Eltinge information
Elting [e]'s were not among the 12 Patentees of New Paltz in NY, however
being Dutch they did come to America abt the same time the Walloo, as he was
called, Louis du Bois b 1626, did. He first owned land on Long Island,
traveled north when unable to cultivate his land and 1672 m Jacomyntje
Slecht Foecken [widow woman]
He moved to Hurley near Kingston and was a farmer.
Their children were:
Roelif Elting m Sarah du Bois [daughter of Abraham, son of Louis-the Walloo]
They had 7 children. Josiah being the most affluent man in New Paltz in
1767.
Cornelius Eltinge m Rebecca van Meteren [dau of Joost Jans van Meteren,
whose mother was Sara du Bois, dau of Louis du Bois, the Walloo of New
Paltz]
John Heydt, lst son of Joist/Anna Marie m Sara Eltinge, dau of Roelif
Isaac Heydt, son of Joist/Anna Marie m Eleanor Eltinge, dau of Roelif and
sister to Sara
Abraham, son of Joist/Anna Marie m Rebecca van Meteren dau of Joost Jans van
Meteren & Sara du Bois [dau of Walloo Louis of New Paltz]

THE FRENCH DUTCH STTLERS

Most of them could neither read nor write. They were a wild, uncouth, rough, and most of the time, a drunken crowd. They lived in small log huts, thatched with straw. They wore rough clothes, and in the winter dressed in skins. They were afraid of neither man, God, nor the Devil. They were laying deep the foundation of the Empire State.

bout the Dutch women:

The costume of the wife of a typical settler usually consisted of a single garment, reaching from neck to ankles. In the summer time she went bareheaded and barefooted. She was rough, coarse, ignorant, uncultivated. She helped her husband to build their log hut, to plant his grain, and to gather his crops. If the Indians appeared in her husband's absence, she grasped the rifle, gathered her children about her, and with a dauntless courage defended them even unto death. This may not be a romantic presentation of the forefathers and foremothers of the State, but it bears the mark of truth and shows us a stalwart race strong to hold their own in the struggle for existence and the establishment of a permanent community.
Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam
(1639-1730)

1665

14 May; Caspar Steman, Jannetje Steeman; Urselina; Hans Diedericks, Geesje Gerris,

Lysbeth Corne15 Jul; Jan Joosten, Tryntie Jans; Annetie; Lucas Andries, Jacobus Van Luchtenburg,
Marritie Cornelis, Annetje Joosten
22 Nov; Hans Diedericks, Grietie Wernaerts; Hester; Gerrit Gerritszen, Janneken Gerrits

1667
3 Feb; Claes Diedeloos, Aeltie Samsons; Samson; Rutgerts Willemszen, Janneken Coutois
1669
22 Feb; Jan Joosten, Tryntie Jans; Geertruyd; Anthony de Mill, Joost Gerritszen, Aefje

Laurens, Geertruyd Jans
17 Jun; Willem Traeter, Elsje Evels; Jacob; Pieter Evel, Claertie Evels
3 Feb; Lovys du Bois, Catharina Blancen; Salomon; Nicolaes Dupue, Susanna de Lapleine

31 Feb; Jan Genom, Grietie Snedum; Jan; Jan Joosten, Aefje Laurens
27 Oct; Dirck Janszen Van Cleeft, Geesje Hendricks; Lysbeth; Walraven Claerhout,
1670
9 Feb; Jan Joosten, Tryntie Jans; Catalyntie; Jannetje de Wit

13 Apr; Jacques Creisson, Maria Reynarts; Maria; no witnesses
31 Dec; Jacques Croisson, Maria Reynard; Mr. Evert Pieterszen, Pieter Goed__, Catalyn Parasye
31 Dec; Jacques Croisson, Maria Reynard; Mr. Evert Pieterszen, Pieter Goed__, Catalyn Parasye

1672
23 Oct; Jan Joosten, Tryn Jans; Johannes; Johannes de Peyster, Hillegond Van Ruyven
1674
23 Sept; Jan Joosten, Tryn Jans; Jacob and Rachel (twins); Matthys de Hardt, Elisabeth de Potter

1676
31 May; Jacques Creisson, Maria Reynard; Abraham and Isaac (twins); Mr. Gerrit Van Tricht,
29 Oct; Jan Joosten, Tryn Jans; Cornelis; Mr. Gerrit Van Tricht, Marritie Loockermans

4 Nov; Simon Jacobszen, Annetie Kip; Margrietie; Hans Diedericx, Tryntie Waling
1680
29 Sept; [Jan Tuuter,] Elisabeth; Ritzard; Ritzard Hal, THam Koocker, Grietie Hendricx
1690

28 Feb; [Jan DuTourt], Jannetje Jans; Jannetje; Willem Janszen, Maria Jans.


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