3 edition of Genealogy of the Webber family from its first settlement in America to the present date found in the catalog.
Genealogy of the Webber family from its first settlement in America to the present date
Elvira Frances Webber Oughtred
|Statement||collecteed [i.e. collected] by E.F. Oughtred [and] M.E. Franklin.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/5121 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ; 18 cm.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||86113667|
Another Cornelis Segerse, probably his grandson, was the owner, between andof a lot on the southeast corner of Columbia Street and Broadway, Albany, to the River Road. Children: Philip, b. For extensive information on Thomas Webber based on primary sources see: Noyes, S. I— Nelson C, born October 11, Select Weaver Miscellany If you would like to read more, click on the miscellany page for further stories and accounts: Weaver Miscellany Select Weaver Names John Weaver was a famous dancing master in England in the 18th century and the man who introduced pantomimes into England. She was born on 24 Nov in York, York Co.
I — Imogene, born July 8,died Aiicr- ust 81, Schermerhorn, who was responsible for its erection. Ill— Anna L. She was living in A smaller group of settlers, but one that was very important in shaping the life and ideals of Virginia and her neighbors, was made up of the younger sons of the English nobles and "gentlemen". He was born on 19 Nov in ME.
He may have taken land land deeds in payment for goods that had been shipped into the new world. II — Thomas O. Wife died in or B a scorn. Another Cornelis Segerse, probably his grandson, was the owner, between andof a lot on the southeast corner of Columbia Street and Broadway, Albany, to the River Road.
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The Schermerhorn Family of Holland The annals of the Schermerhorn family in Holland have never been thoroughly investigated, although some effort was made, fifteen or twenty years ago, by William C.
He was born on 20 Jun in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. The name in this branch was sometimes spelled Way man. William Egmont had a son, John, who became Count of Egmont.
He married Mary Hoyt several spelling variations of 'Hoyt' exist in historical records in I — Dat ;hter, born January 10,died in infancy. As to the occupations of Schermerhorns, the majority, in the early generations, have been farmers, such being the case with most of the old families of America.
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Part of this time he was employed by Albert Andriesz Brattand in the harvest ofhe served under Cornelis Teunisz, van Breucklin. He was born on 30 Apr in York, York Co. He was born on 27 Jun and died on 27 Sep Included in this list is "Jan Roeloffse de goyer burnt in ye house - - 1" Recognizing that the respected historian, Prof.
I— Florence M. It is thought that he was one of the young men or boys who came over with Albert Andriesz Bratt to assist in the building of a mill at Rensselaerswyck, the contract for which Bratt had entered into with Patroon Van Rensselaer. Ninth Generation He visited Holland again in and then, with a party of other New Netherlanders, loaded the ship "King Charles" with "Goods and Cargoe fitted for their country.
Catherine H. The vast majority of unproven connections begin beyond the fifth generation when the Bogardus families were then more dispersed, throughout such states other than New York as: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and Iowa before later migrations to California, Oregon and Washington, for example.
Bessie F. Lives in Genoa, Ohio; a farmer. I did not attempt to count the glass pieces. This subject is a good example of the dangers in accepting as a matter of fact the firm beliefs of grandparents or great-grandparents, even if found in old letters and the like, that the family was descended from Anneke Jans.
Some time after this it is likely that he removed to New York, as the marriage of his two sons, Seger and Jacob, are found among the records of the New York Dutch Church. For extensive information on Thomas Webber based on primary sources see: Noyes, S.
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