descendants of Michiel DeMott 

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Generation One

 

1.††† Michiel1 DeMOTT #334, born abt††† 1650 in Holland or France?, died 1715?SOURCE: LDS Film #1035591, Malla DeMotte, DAR #338969 & 0842587

†††††† SOURCE #2: The book DeMotte & Allied Families, Published 1953 by Phoebe DeMotte Norman & Estella DeMotte Craig, Hoes Baptismal Register Old Dutch Church, Kingston, NY

†††††† SOURCE #3: Family Tree Maker WFT disk #3 & #7

†††††† ALIAS: de Moth, de Mot, Demott, Modt, DeMott, Demodt, Mott, De Motte

†††††† RECORDS: Children baptismal records, lands records Kingston Ny.

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†††††† Of the 1,500,000 Huguenots who had been living in France in 1660, some 400,000, in the decade before and after the Revocation, escaped across guarded borders at the risk of their lives. A thousand tales of heroism survived for a century from those desperate years. Protestant countries welcomed the fugitives. Geneva, a city of sixteen thousand souls, found room for four thousand Huguenots. Charles II and James II, despite their Catholicism, offered Huguenots material aid, and eased their absorption into English economic and political life. The Elector of Brandenburg game them so friendly a reception that by 1697 over a fifth of Berlin's population was French. Holland opened its doors, built a thousand homes to house the newcomers, lent them money to set up business, and guaranteed them all the rights of citizenship; Dutch Catholics joined Protestants and Jews in raising funds for Huguenot relief. The grateful refugees not only enriched industry and trade in the United Provinces, they enlisted in Dutch and English armies fighting France. Some of them accompanied or followed William III to England to help him against James II; the French Calvinist Marshal Schomberg, who had won victories for Louis XIV, led an English army against the French, and died in defeating them in the battle of the Boyne (1690). Everywhere in these hospitable lands the Huguenots brought their skills and crafts, commerce and finance; all Protestant Europe profited from the victory of Catholicism in France. An entire quarter of London was occupied by French silk workers. Huguenot exiles in England became interpreters of English thought to France, and prepared the conquest of the French mind by Bacon, Newton, and Locke.

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†††††† Michael De Mott eventually became a trooper for the Dutch at Esopus and Kingston. The records of 27 Sep 1676 shows that Michael Mot and Jan Adriansen and other troopers of Kingston, praying the grant of a valley in the neighborhood of that village for the pasture of their horses, it was written in Dutch which leads one to beleive that Michael De Mott could read and write in Dutch

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†††††† "Trooper Michael Mot or DeModt rebuilt walls of Kingston Stockade, 5 May 1671. Petitioned for pasture for Troopers' horses near village of Kingston, 27 Sep 1676. Bought a parcel of land from the Indians, behind the Paltz, 2 Mar 1682"

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†††††† "De Motte, a Huguenot Family" by Estella De Motte Craig:

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†††††† †† Our De Motte ancestors were followers of John Calvin -- the brfanch which in 1560- became known as Huguenots. The Huguenotswere said to be the direct offspring of the Bible. Their forefathers, the Walloons, descendants of the ancient Belgae, a Germanic people of Celtic origin who had been conquered by the Romans, living in the upper valleys fo the Alps between France and Italy. It is surmised that St. Paul, the Apostle, journeyed from Rome to Spain by way of these Alpine passes and had given them their first Christian instructions.

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†††††† †† Here they lived unnoticed and unmolested, practicing their simple Christian faith, for twelve centuries. In 1170, Pierre Waldo, a rich merchant living in Lyons, adopted their faith and originated a relgious sect that came to be known as the Waldens or Walloons. The message of his doctrine attacted a very large following of the better class of people. He contended that the church of Rome was Anti-Christ in its teachings, and also caused excessive taxation of the poor. Hetaught and practiced the simple faith of Jesus, which he made very convincing by distributing his wealth among the needy. Ten years later (1180) Pierre Waldo was executed by the Archbishop of Lyons. thus began the religious persecutions in France that did not end until the Edict fo Toleration grandted October 18, 1787.

†††††† †† The Huguenots were not the poor uneducated people. They were the princes, noblemen, learned scholars, members fo the professisons, skilled artisans, and others who could no longer tolerate the oppression and licentiousness of the ruling kings and priests.

†††††† †† These religious refugees and their offspring planted the germ of freedon, reform, and prosperity throughout many nations. It is said, "They carried with them the intellectual seed that enriched the world". Our own county (USA) owes much to these religious refugees. Approximately forty-four thousand French Huguenots emigrated to America. They stamped an indelible mark of distinction in American history and distinguished themselves in both legislating and fighting for American indepdence. Most of our noted generals and statesmen can trace their ancestry to those consious exiles. Their descendants are legion.

†††††† †† Early records fo the De Motte family are meager. After our branch of the family reached America most of the baptismal and marriage records can be found in the old records fo the Dutch Reformed Church with the spelled variouswly -- De Mote, De Mott, De Modt, De Moedt, De Moth, De Muth, Demut.

†††††† †† The name Motte is a place name of French origin. Motte means a hill or moujnd in French "de" means "of" or "from", "La" mean "the". de la Motte means people from the Hill or Mound. The castle was always built on a hill or higher land.de la Motte was the name of the people in the castle.The Castle Motte was located in Bretagne, as the family expanded they erected castles named after the original family seat in several parts of France and Belgium.

†††††† †† Two De Motte brothers, Michiel and Mathias, forced to leave their home in France, came to America by the way of Holland. Their names appear in the records of Kingston as early as 1665. They are said to have first lived for a short time in New Amsterdam before buying land from the Indians in a French settlement in the Esopus. It is not known just where this French setlement was located. Esopus was originallly a general name of a large and indefinite tract of country owned by a tribe of Indians by that name. Later Mathias and Michiel De Mott are mentioned as living at Wiltwyk - a Dutch settlementEarly records of the De Mott family are meager. After our branch of the family reached America most of the baptismal andmarriage records can be found in the old records of the Dutch Reformed Church with the name spelled variously - De Motte, De Mott, De Modt, De Moedt, De Moth, De Muth, Demut.

†††††† ††† Evidently the DeMott brothers found conditions unsatisfactory in the Esopus country for in 1704 they moved to New Jersey, going first to Bergen (Jersey City) Mathias bought land & established a home there. Michiel bought a tract of land lying between the hills and Pequannack River in Morris Co NJ. known as Pompton Plains. The deed to this land is dated Oct 9, 1704. He built a stone house onto the south end of which he attached his Blacksmith shop. He lived there the remainder of his life.

†††††† †† The name Motte is a place name of French origin. Motte means a hill or mound, in French. de means "of" or"from".La means "the".de la Motte means people from the hill or mound. The castle was built on a hill or higher land. de la Motte was the name of the people in the castle.

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†††††† from the book DeMotte and Allied Families published in 1953 by Phoebe DeMotte-Norman and Estella DeMotte-Craig

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†††††† †† In the book;New York Histroical Manuscripts Dutch volume I Kingston Court Records 1661 -1667.Page 273 it is written that Michiel DeMot, Defendant. Plaintiff demands of defendant the doctor's fee for the received wound, being five sch. of wheat. Defendantanswers that plaintiff was causa movens in regard to his wound and therefore holds that he is not obliged to pay the doctor's fee on account of his wound. the hon. court orders defendant to prove that plaintiff was causa movens in regard to his wound, and if not that defendant shall also pay half the doctor's fee (Evert Prys, Plaintiff).

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†††††† Page 278: Michiel Mot, appearing, produces two witnesses in the suit between him and Evert Prys, viz., Jan Tyssen and Mattys Tyssen, who declare that Evert Prys first cut against Michiel Mot three times before Michiel Mot wounded Evert Prys. the hon. court decides whereas Michiel Mot has had judicially examined his witnesses who declare that Evert Prys was causa movens in being wounded, therefore Michiel Mot shall be relieved from paying the doctor's fee of five sch. of wheat.

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†††††† Page 442:On this May 9, 1670their honors of the court contracted with the lowest bidders to put up the fence of Roel of Swartwout becase he neglects, as per sentence, to close the same and keep it in proper condition, and whereas the neighbors suffer much damage on account hereof therefore the lowest bidders, Suvereyn Ten Houdt and Michiel De Modt, contracted to make the fence at 6 gldrs, per rod, the money to be paid when the work shall be completed in October next of this current year in grain at market price, and they shall commence to repair said fence on tomorrow with serviceable palisades, and shall perform the work to the satisfaction of the examiners of fences, and not stop until the work shall be completed. (The word used here is "maecken" which may mean repair or erect.)

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†††††† Page 452: The hon. Heer Beecqman, nomine ex officio, says he and Michiel De Modt fought outside the gate and demands the fine in accordance with the laws. Michiel DeModt says that Eduward Wittekar challenged him upon the sword and came with a sword, and Michiel Modt also took a sword and went against him, and while they were engaged the hilt of his sword became detached, and three (persons)then came and separated them. Claes Claesen says that Wittekar said to the wife of Van der Coelen that he would kick her in her own house, whereupon Casper Cuyper said that he would do the same to Eduward Wittekar, and in this manner the Pole took part in the quarrel and said what is the fighting here about? and that Michiel Modt said he was an old soldier and not afraid. There upon Edwward Wittekar fetched his sword and challenged Michiel the Pole and went together before the door and began to fight. Then the button fell off the hilt, and they were immediately separated which has been affirmed under oath by Claes Claesn, Casper Meeuwesen and Cornelis Woutersen.Eduward Wittekar says he had called him a tail. Dirck Keyser says that he was standing at Jan de Backer's door, and saw Eduward Wittekar go with a sword; thereupon the aforesaid Dirck said, "Ick moedt stucken raepen," and went to Van der Coelen's house, and says not to know what had passed before that time. Then Eduard Wittekar challenged the Pole and they engaged in a duel with the sword. they were all questioned whether anyone heard that Wittekar was called a tail or anything else. Answer, No. The hon. court orders Eduard Wittekar to pay for his offence a fine of 60 gldrs. in behalf of the officer and Michiel Modt 24 gldrs.

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†††††† Page 517:Michiel Modt, Defendant.Schout Grevenraedt, Plaintiff.Plaintiff demands of defendant the amount of 50 gldrs. because he drove his horses and wagon on the day of prayer. Defendant says not having known it was a day of prayer and that the Schout has even carted beer onSunday; also says that he has been obliged to pay for what he did not owe, that he Schout seeks to ruin the place, and no worse one than he is could be found. The hon. court sentences Michiel Modt to pay a fine of 12 Gldrs.

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†††††† 26 Jan 1666Michiel De Mot grantee, Evert Prys grantor. Demands 5 schepels of weat for doctor's fee.

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†††††† 8†† Nov 1667Michiel De Mott grantor, Marretie Hanas grantee. Demands 43 guilders for wages.

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†††††† 16 Mar 1671Michiel De Mott, grantee. Anthony Nicolaes grantor,complaint demands 277 guilders.

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†††††† 13 Jan 1672Michiel Modt grantor, Thomas Harmensen grantee. Agreement to purchase land

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†††††† 21 Jan1672 Michiel Modt grantee, Henry Parrot grantee. Agreement to purchase land Wassemaker's and across the little Mnd kill

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†††††† 18 Feb 1673Michiel Modt grantor, Isaack Grevenraedt grantee. Demands payment of debt.

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†††††† 15 Mar 1674Michiel Modt grantor,Suvereyn Ten Houdt grantee. Debt 38 schepels of weat. Suvereyn admits debt ordered to pay.

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†††††† 13 Feb 1676Michiel Mott, grantee. Joost is the grantor, demands 54 sch of wheatand Michiel is ordered to pay.

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†††††† 22 Feb 1676Michiel Mott grantee.Gerrit Clockluyer grantor, demands 5 sch of wheat for a small leather coat

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†††††† 3†† Dec 1676Michiel De Mott grantor. George Davits grantee. agreement to purchase land.

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†††††† 12 Dec 1676Michiel De Mott grantee, Hendry Paelden grantee. demands 238 schepels of wheat. Michiel admits debt ordered to pay.

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†††††† 27 Jan1677Michiel Modt grantee, Arent Teunesen grantor. Agreement to purchase house and lot at Horly.

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†††††† 12 Feb1677 Michiel De Mott grantee, Orseltie Dirx grantor. Agreement to purchase a still with all the hose and three casks.

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†††††† 17 Mar1677 Michiel De Mott grantor, Poulus Cornelissen grantee. Acknowledged debt of 90 schepels of wheat

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†††††† 20 Mar1677 Michiel Modt grantee, Arent Teunesen grantor. Demands payment for house & lot in village

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†††††† 19 Apr1677 Michiel De Mott grantor,George Davits grantee. Conveys house and lot in village

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†††††† 17 Dec 1677 Michiel De Mott grantor, Jan Joosten grantee.agreement to purchase land.

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†††††† 23 Mar 1678Michiel De Modt grantee,Capt Thoomas grantor,demands 1,488 guildres. Michiel admit debt, ordered to pay.

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†††††† 1Apr1679Michiel De Mott grantor, Clacs Clacsen Sluter grantee. Conveys certain house and lot at Horly

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†††††† 23 Mar 1680Michiel De Modt grantee,Nicholaes De Mayer grantor, demands 1,044 guilders in wheat. Michiel ordered to pay.

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†††††† 8Jan1681Michiel De Mott grantee, Capt Delavall grantor. demands 1,488 guilders. Michiel admits debt ordred to pay.

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†††††† 13 Feb 1683Michiel De Mott grantor, Fredrick Hussy grantee. Mortgage - Land bought of the mavges? across the Ronduyt

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†††††† 15 Feb 1683Michiel De Mott grantor, Edward Wittaker grantee. Mortgage land bought of themavges? across the Ronduyt

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†††††† ††† During my research I've found Michiel DeMott to be mentioned serveral times in the early records of New York. I've not found any mention of a brother Mathias DeMott.I would deduce that Michiel DeMottis the first DeMott in North America.Mathias DeMott who was thought to be this Michiel DeMotts brother,is in fact his son.

†††††† †† Mathias DeMott Gentleman (yeoman) son of the above mentioned Michiel moved to New Jersey late 1600s to 1704.He possessed a dwelling house, barns, orchards and meadows in Bergen and Hasimus.He also owned a Plantation in Morris county. This is according to his Will dated 30 December 1755. In this Will,Mathias left the Blacksmith tools to his son Michiel as his birth right. This Michiel DeMott made his will out in 1780.†† Mathias other son Hendrick born 1721 lived at the Plantation in Pompton Plains, Morris county, New Jersey.†† This Plantation was left to Hendrick by his father Mathias in 1755.

†††††† †† I have seen other family historieswhere Mathias DeMott was the emigrant French Huguenot ancestor from Holland, sometimes it's just him,other times the story is he and his 2 brothers. I do not agree, I think that Mathias is the son of the aforesaid Michiel DeMott who was here in America at least 19 years before Mathias was born. On the CD-Rom disk #3 from Family Tree Maker WFT it list Michiel DeMott parents as Johannes de la Motte and Maria Fache both from France. I list it here for future reference.

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†††††† written by Richard J. Duprel.Lacey, Washington (1996)

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†††††† The DeMotte name appears as Mot, Mott, Modt, Motte, DeMoedt, DeModt, Demoth, and Demoot in early recors. Michael's name is in a list of citizens who failed to appear to take the oath of English citizenship when it was administered en masse. The cildren of Michael DeMotte had their families in Jamaica, Queens, Long Island, NY and New Jersey.

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†††††† SOURCE:Diana E. Barrett, e-mail Diana Barrett@Amway.com. message on the Olive Tree web page http://www.rootsweb.com/~ote/17th/dny_22.htm

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†††††† Film Number: 2034671 The Family Serach (IGI) on line has Michael DeMott and Annetie Westbroeck being married 1678 at Kinston, Ulster, NY.

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†††††† Film Number:19040425 The Family Serach (IGI) on line has Michael DeMott and Annetie Westbroeck being married abt 1682 Beverwyckof Albany, New York.

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†††††† Film Number: 45085, Page Number: 0012, Reference Number: 72448 The Family Serach (IGI) on line has Michael DeMot being born 1652 at Kingston of Esopus, Ulster, New York.

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†††††† According to the Holland Society Yearbook for 1897, p.121, Michael 1 DeModt appears on the records in 1665 of Esopus (Kingston), Ulster County, NY (now Orange County) (which is located along the Hudson River). It has been reported that Michael 1 DeMott left France, to Holland, and then to America, during the Huguenot persecution in France abt. 1665. In 1667 Michael 1 DeMott purchased several

†††††† hundred acres of land from the Indians in the Esopus area, (Kingston records), about this time Michael 1 married; Antie Theunise Westbroek, reported step daughter of Anthony Jansen Westbroek, and daughter of Orsseltie Dirks of the Netherlands. (Hoes Dutch church records Kingston NY).

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†††††† In 1687 "Michael DeMoot", "yeoman", was a resident of Huzzie Hills (Roundout), Ulster County NY .It has been reported Michael 1 DeMott may have died sometime before Sept. 16th , 1693, as his wife testified on that date with regards to her husbands (Michael 1 DeMott) land in Ulster County. However, other information indicates that Michael 1 and his family moved to Fosters Meadow, L.I. As most of the 2 nd generation was

†††††† found there at one time or another. And according to the book "DeMott and Allied Families"†† In 1707 Michael 1 DeMott owned a house in Pompton Plains NJ and had a blacksmith shop attached to his house, and lived the remainder of his life there" . he house is reported to still be standing today and is called "DeMott Place". At least two of Michael 1 sons were also found living in NJ. Mathies 2 , and Dirk 2 . Michael 1 died in Pompton Plains, Morris co. NJ. In 1715. (sources; Tredwell, & Duprel) George Wm. DeMott (a descendant of Mathias 2 DeMott) writes about how he found Court and Land records of Michael 1 & son Mathias 2 DeMott (at the Bakersfield Lib. Genealogy rm). Michael 1 Mot (Modt, DeMott) "a Trooper"in Kingston,... tried for dueling Jan. 17 th , 1671... Sentenced to rebuilding stockade walls May 15 th , 1671... Buying pasture for Troopers horses Sept. 27 th , 1676... And his (Michael) not showing up to sign the Oath of Allegiance to the Duke of York Sept. 1 st , 1689" probably why his sons were refused land petitions in Esopus & Shawankunk, and why Michael 1 and his sons Mathias and Dirck moved to NJ about 1702, and his other sons Johannis, Anthony, and Michael 2 moved to Fosters Meadow in Hempstead, Queens Co. Long Island, NY

†††††† at about 1705. This may also explain why Michaelís 1 wife testified in 1693 regarding her husbandís property in Kingston, Ulster County as mentioned in the previous paragraph.

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†††††† George Wm. DeMott also describes his oral tradition told to him by his grandfather in 1955 -- "Michael 1 DeMott fled alone from France to the Netherlands, arriving at night and finding an inn, all made a good joke on his name "De" French for "of word" (message), and "Mott" Dutch for "of moth"for his night flight like the moth".

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†††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott e-mail address ITSbrett@aol.com (Jul 2003)

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†††††† Michael DeMott eventually became a trooper for the Dutch at Esopus and Kingston. The records of 27 Sep 1676 shows that Michael Mot and Jan Adriansen and other troopers of Kingston, praying the grant of a valley in the neighborhood of that village for the pasture of their horses, it was written in dutch which leads one to beleive that Michael DeMott could read and write in Dutch.

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†††††† The records of 2 Mar 1682; Licence from the court of Kingston to Jacob Bruyn and Michael Modt to buy from the indians a parcel of land behind the Plaltz. Also found in Kingston Record book as Mathias' DeMott petitions.

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†††††† SOURCE:George DeMott (3 Mar 2000)geod@mstar2.net

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†††††† 1677 Jan 27th, Michiel MODT grantee. Arent TEUNESEN grantor, Agreement to purchase house and lot at Horly. 1677 Feb 12th, Michiel De MOTT grantee. Orseltie DIRX grantor, Agreement to purchase a still with all the hose and threecask. (NOTE: Michiel DeMOTT mother-in-law is OrseltjeDIRXS / DIRCKS)1677 Mar 17th, Michiel De MOTT grantor. Poulus CORNELISSEN grantee, Acknowledged debt of 90 schepels of wheat 1677 Mar 20th, Michiel demands payment for house and lot invillage. 1677 Apr 19th, Michiel De MOTT grantor. George DAVITS grantee, Conveys house and lot in village. 1677 Dec 17th, Michiel De MOTT grantor. Jan JOOSTEN grantee, Agreement to purchase land. 1678 Mar 23rd, Michiel De MODT grantee. Capt THOOMAS grantor, Demands 1,488 guildres. Michiel admits debt, ordered topay. 1679 Apr 1st, Michiel De MOTT grantor. Clacs ClacsenSLUTER grantee, Conveys certain house and lot at Horly. 1680 Mar 23rd, 1680 Michiel De MODT grantee. Nicholaes De MAYER grantor, Demands 1,044 guilders in wheat. Michielordered to pay. 1681 Jan 8th, Michiel De MOTT grantee. Capt DELAVALL grantor, Demands 1,488 guilders. Michiel admits debt ordered topay. 1683 Feb 13th, Michiel De MOTT grantor. Fredrick HUSSY grnatee, Mortgage - Land bought of the mavges? across the Ronduyt.1683 Feb 15th, Michiel De MOTT grantor, Edward WITTAKER grantee. Mortgage land bought of the mavges? across theRonduyt.

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†††††† SOURCE: New York Historical Manuscripts Dutch volume I. Kingston Court records 1661 - 1667.published by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc Baltimore 1976

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†††††† He married Ante HENDRICKSEN #335, 1676? in Kingston, NY.?, born 1656 in Kingston, Ulster, NY. (daughter of Jan HENDRICKSEN #24577 and Orseltje DIRCKS #342 [1635 - 1672]), died aft 1693 in NY.

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†††††† Ante: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte Louny DAR # 338969

†††††† SOURCE 2:Book, DeMotte and Allied Families, published 1953, by Phoebe De Motte Norman and Estella De Motte Craig.

†††††† AKA: Anneite Anna Jacobs /Armetze / Annetie / Annetje / Westbrook / Wesbrouck / Hendricks/Westbroeck

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†††††† †† The name of Ante father Anthony does not appear in the list of early inhabitants of Albany, but Cornelis Tenissen Van Wesbrouck is given in the first volume of "Annals of Albany" by Joel Mansell, as a settler in Albany in 1631. As Teunis is the Dutch name for Anthony, The English translation of the above is, Cornelius Anthony of Wesbrouck. This may have been shortened to Anthony Wesbrouck. However that is conjecture.

†††††† †† The births of four of Ante and Michael children are recorded in the old Dutch Reformed Church of Kingston NY. A son Anthony, is mentioned in histories but no birth record has been found. He may have been born before the births of the Kingston Church were recorded.†† I also have seen her birth information as abt 1654 at Hellegersberg, Netherlands this source comes from the Family Tree Maker disk number 3

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†††††† SOURCE: Jane Bornhoeft 591 Thornwood Lane, Northfield, IL. 60093

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†††††† 1.Deposition. Anica Hendricks, in relation to the purchase by her husband Michell de Mott, from the Indians of a tract of land in the county of Ulster, on the Shawangunk creek(copy available State Library, Albany), 1693-1775)

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†††††† 2.At a meeting of Justices, Mar 9, 1693/4, Joghim, an Indian and Nar Remmenauw, (widow of Semauw), testify about land sold at Shawankonck to Geertruy Browne and Michiel d'Mott. (Ulster Cdo, NY Court Records pub in NGSQ, Dec 197 2 p 277),

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†††††† 3. (Letter Gemeentearchief Rotterdan, Nov 15, 1968) Ursul Dircks a young dau. from Hamburg, living at the "Leuvenhaven." was first mar. to Jan Hendricksen, a youn man at Hillegersberg near Rotterdam, on 25 Oct 1653, after a publ. of the intended mar. on Sept 21, 1653." He states, "From this evidence it is clear that the wife of Michael DeMott is Anna Hendricksen, dau of Jan Hendricksen, dec. and Ursul Dircks, and really the step-daughter of Anthony Jansen Westbroek the 3rd husband of Ursul Dircks."He adds a paragraph about Michael: "Michiel DeModt also named De Pool, appears in Esopus, 1665. (Holland Society Yr. book, 1897, p 121) Michiel De Modt, the Pole fought a duel.

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†††††† SOURCE: Calen. of Hist Manuscripts, by E.B. O'Callaghan, 1866, vol II p 236 entry: Sep 16, 1693.

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†††††† Anna Hendricks, wife of Michael DeMott"."It is well to mention that Anna Westbrook, so named in some of the early records, is actually Anna Hendricks, through the first marriage of her mother."proof: 1. Calen. of Hist Manuscripts, by E.B. O'Callaghan, 1866, vol II p 236 entry: Sept 16, 1693. Deposition. Anica Hendricks, in relation to the purchase by her husband Michell de Mott, from the Indians of a tract of land in the county of Ulster, on the Shawangunk creek... (copy available State Library, Albany) 2. At a meeting of Justices, Mar 9, 1693/4, Joghim, an Indian and Nar Remnemauw, (widow of Semauw), testify about land sold at Shawankonck to Geertruy Browne and Michiel d'Mott. (Ulster Co, NY Court Records, 1693-1775 pub in NGSQ, Dec 1972 p 277) 3. (Letter, Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, Nov 15, 1968) Ursul Dircks, a young dau. from Hamburg, living at the "Leuvenhaven,"was first mar. to Jan Hendricksen, a young man, at Hillegersberg, near Rotterdam, on Oct 25, 1653, after a publ. of the intended mar. on Sept 21, 1653." He states, "From this evidence it is clear that the wife of Michael DeMott is Anna Hendricksen, dau. of Jan Hendricksen, dec. and Ursul Dircks, and really the step-daughter of Anthony Jansen Westbroek, the 3rd husband of Ursul Dircks." He adds a paragraph about Michael: "Michiel DeModt, also named De Pool, appears in Esopus, 1665. (Holland Society Yrbook, 1897, p 121) Michiel De Modt, the Pole, fought a duel...."

 

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††††††††† +2†††††††††† i.†††††† Maria2 DeMOTT #4557 born 22 December 1678.

††††††††† †† 3†††††††††† ii.††††† HendrickDeMOTT #4497, born 1679 in Kingston, Ulster, NY., died 1749.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Henry

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††††††††† +4†††††††††† iii.†††† Mathias DeMOTT #4762 born abt 1680.

††††††††† +5†††††††††† iv.†††† Johannes DeMOTT #337 born 1682.

††††††††† +6†††††††††† v.††††† Dirck DeMOTT #338 born 21 September 1684.

††††††††† +7†††††††††† vi.†††† Anthony DeMOTT #336 born 1686.

††††††††† +8†††††††††† vii.††† Machiel DeMOTT #4558 born 1 January 1687.

††††††††† +9†††††††††† viii.†† ElizabethDeMOTT #11691 born abt 1689.

††††††††† †† 10†††††††† ix.†††† Jacob DeMOTT #17541, born abt 1691 in Kingston, Ulster, NY., died bef 1723 in Albany, NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kiristin Robinston. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† the family tree cd disk #13 has his parents as Michael De Mott and Annetie

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Hendricks, and his birth date as abt 1691. FTM WFT has his wife as Teunis vol

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 3, tree #0909

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Juriaan.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (1) Margariet DOP #26534, 1714.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (2) Maria TEUNIS #18565, born abt 1695 in Kingston, Ulster, NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Maria: AKA:Tunis.

 

 

Generation Two

 

2.††† Maria2 DeMOTT #4557 (Michiel1), born 22 December 1678 in Hurley, NY., died 23 April 1752 in Foster's Meadow, Queens, NY.

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†††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††† ALIAS: Wesbrouek. /Marya / Mariya / Maryte / Marytie

†††††† RECORDS: Childrens baptismal records.

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†††††† In "Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society," Vol. 7, is found a reference to the marriage of Maria DeMott, daughter of Michael and Ante Wesbrouck DeMott, of Kingston, NY. to Hendrick Aten of Foster Meadow, Long Island, NY Anthony DeMott a witness is spoken of as Hendrick's brother-in-law In the same volume is mentioned the marriage of Johannes DeMott to Marie Aten sister of Hendrick, sometime before 1707.

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†††††† Marya / Maria's grandmother Orsseltie Jans (Orsseltie Dirxs) was sole sponser of the child Marya, of Michiel de Moth, Annetie Westbroek, baptized at Hurley ((just about 5 miles west-southwest of Kingston)

†††††† ALIAS: Wesbrouek. /Marya / Mariya / Maryte / Marytie

†††††† RECORDS: Childrens baptismal records.

 

†††††† She married Hendrick ATEN #13017, 1694 in Jamaica, Queens, NY., born 1661 in Flatbush, Long Island,NY. (son of Adrian Hendrickse ATEN #13018 [1615 - 1700] and Grietie WARNARTS #13019), died 19 July 1750 in Foster's Meadow, Long Island, NY.

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†††††† Hendrick: Will dated 10 Feb 1749 Hempstead, NY

†††††† ALIAS: Henry / ATER

†††††† Will of Henry Ater:Page 311.-- In the name of God, Amen, February 10, 1749, I, Henry Ater, of the town of Hempstead, yeoman, being very aged and infirm, I leave to my wife Mary the income of all monies that shall belong to me while she remains my widow, and the use of all househld goods and movables, "so long as she doth not commit no embezalment nor waste so long as she doth continue my widow." All the rest of my estate after the marriage or death of my wife, to my children, Adezayan Ater, Pamela Ater, Elizabeth Rainer, and Mary Alburtis. I make my sons in law, Anthony De Mott, John Alburtis, and Aaron Place, executors.

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†††††† Witnesses, Richard Everitt, Nakes Alburtis, Aaron burtis. Proved, February 4, 1750.

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†††††† Hendirck was born about 1661in "Flatbush in the Dutch colony of New Netherlands. Flatbush was on the western end of Long Island and was one of the "Dutch towns" which were eventually to become Brooklyh. Shortly after Hendrick's birth the English took over New Netherland in 1664,and it became New York permanently after another Dutch-English conflict in 1674.

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†††††† SOURCE: Aten Genealogyby Alan J. Lamb (ATE HIS 020).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +11†††††††† i.†††††† Adrian Hendrickse3 ATEN #11703.

††††††††† +12†††††††† ii.††††† Powell ATEN #11704 born abt 1700.

††††††††† †† 13†††††††† iii.†††† Maria ATEN #26661, born abt 1705 in Jamaica, Queens, NY.

††††††††† +14†††††††† iv.†††† Judick ATEN #13949 born 1705.

††††††††† +15†††††††† v.††††† Elizabeth ATEN #11705.

††††††††† †† 16†††††††† vi.†††† Mary ATEN #11706, died 1802.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John ALBURTIS #11708, born 1713, died 1794.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† John: ALIAS: James / Arthur Alburtis

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Family Tree Maker WFT disk #3.

 

4.††† Mathias2 DeMOTT #4762 (Michiel1), born abt 1680 in Kingston, NY., died 18 March 1756 in Bergen, NJ.

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†††††† AKA: Mathy's Mattys, Matie, DeMot, De Mott, de Mott, Demoth, De Moth, DeModt,

†††††† RECORDS: Children's baptismal records, his death and marriage record.

†††††† Kingston Ny was known as Esopus.

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†††††† †† Mattys came from Esopus (Kingston) in 1693, and bought 87 acres of land in Bergen; from that time on he is often mentioned in civic affairs and in sales of property; he appears to have been one of the most belligerent of the Dutchmen of Bergen in the struggle against the English after their capture of New Netherland, who tried to prove title to the lands of the original colonists.

†††††† †† Mattys and his wife belonged to the church on the Green" at Hackensack, and most of their progeny were baptised there, but not their first child and eldest daughter, the only record of whose birth appears to be in the Van Vorst Bible, copied on a following page. The will of Mattys was proved 1759, and showed that he possessed large properties at his death.

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†††††† SOURCE: Van Vorst, Bacot and collateral families by Eleanor Micelli (1938) (DAR

†††††† Library)

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†††††† North Bergen until in a few years he had become a large landholder in Hudson county. He was an active man in the affairs of Bergen, taking a hand in almost everything that came up in the way of improvements. he and his wife belonged to the "Church on the Green" at Hackensack, where nearly all of their large family of children were baptized.Mattys died at Bergen in May 1759.By his will. proved June 18, 1759 he devised all his Bergen lands to his sons. Michael and George, as joint tenants. His issue of the second generation were John (died)Michael (married Clasie Winne)Henry (died). Ann. John (died December 8, 1744). Henry (married in 1742, Jannetje Van Wagoner).George (died in 1800 unmarried),Jacob (married, October 11, 1747, Sophia Van Houten),Mary and Geshy (died in 1744).Michael (2) died November 16, 1799, intestate and without issue, and George (2) by the terms of his fathers's will, succeeded to property at Bergen.Henry (2) located at Pompton.John (2) left no issue.Jacob (2) removed to Schraalenburgh, NJ. George (2) left no issue, but a will by which he left all his lands to Michael (3). son of his brother, Henry, of Pompton,

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†††††† In 1701 Pieter Cortelyou journeyed for a hundred miles up the Hudson river to make a survey for Mattys (Matthias) DeMott, at Esopus, Ulster County. The tract contained 710 acres. After completing his work Pieter prepared a draft and description under date of December 10, 1701. These are filed at Albany.

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†††††† (Land Papers, vol. III, p. 20).

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†††††† A MartineDe Mott is mention in Liber (Elizabeth) De Mott Johnson Will dated 7 Jan 1747/8 of Hempstead, NY. She leavesto her nephew,Michael De Mott son of her brother Maritne De Mott, oe 5.

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†††††† SOURCE: Family Tree online Genealogy Library...Abstract of Wills Vol V 175401760 page 37

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†††††† Mattys (Matthew) de Motte, a native of "Kingston in the Esopus" as the records say, who came from Kingston N.Y. to Bergen, N.J. in 1704,and on April 4, 1705, was united in marriage with Miss Margriettie Brinkerhoff at Hackensack. On April 8, 1693, Mattys bought of Elias Michaels Vreeland three lots of land at Bergen (Jersey City) the combined area of which was eighty-seven acres Subsequently at different times he bourht other tracts at Bergen and North Bergen untilin a few years he had become a large landholder in Hudson County. He was an active man in the affairs of Bergen, taking a hand in almost everything that came up in the way of improvements. He and his wife belonged to the "Church on the Green" at Hackensack,where nearly all of their large family of children were baptized. Mattys died at Bergen in May 1759. By his will,proved June 18, 1759, he dvised all his Bergen lands to his sons, Michael and George, as joint tenants.

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†††††† SOURCE: Hudson and Bergen Counties Genealogical histories page 558 and 559

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†††††† Name: Maties DeMott

†††††† Date: 30 Dec 1755

†††††† Location: Township and Co.

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†††††† Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. III 1751-1760

†††††† Calendar of New Jersey Wills

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†††††† In the name of God Amen, December 30, 1755. I Meties DE MOTT, ofBergen, County, in the township of Bergen, in New Jersy,Gentleman; being sick. I leave to my son, Michael, all the blacksmith tools as his birthright. Sons, Michael and Joris, to have house and lands where I live. Son, Hendrick, the plantation where he lives in Morris Co. Son, Jacob, the plantation where he lives. Daughter, Clasie, £160. Daughter, Ontie, £160. Daughter, Maritie, £200. Sons, Michael and Joris, and daughter, Maritie, to have outset an other children had. Executors--sons Mickel, Hendrick, Joris and Jacob. Witnesses--Reynier van Griess, Jacob Van Winckel, Daniel Van Winckel. Proved June 8, 1756.

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†††††† Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. III 1751-1760

†††††† Lib. F, p. 868.

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†††††† Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. III 1751-1760

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†††††† 1757, Nov. 9. Inventory (much of it eaten away) of the personal estate, incl. a gold doubloon, £5.12; a gold St. Johannis, £24; 6 small pleces of gold, £9; 6 negro slaves (young and old), £108.10; a silver cup, £4; many bonds; made by Machyel de Moedt (De Mott), Henderyck de Moedt and Yocob de Mot, Executors; appraised by Reynier van Giesen and Zacharias Sickels.

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†††††† Calendar of New Jersey Wills, Vol. III 1751-1760

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†††††† Petitioned for Showangunk River Valley, NY land, 1701 to 1713. NY state record b ook. Petitions denied, land given to Sovereign Tenhout. Mathias then moved to Hackensack, Bergen,NJ abt 1702 and purchased land from father-in-law, Hendrick Brinckerhoff. 1714 bought more land in Pompton Plains, Morris County. one book describes a deed said to be original written on sheepskin. "History of Pequanno ck" by Edwards, c.1954. Will: 30 Dec 1755 DeMott, Maties of Twp and County of Bergen- Son, Michael to have blacksmith tools as his birthright. Sons Michael and Joris to have House and lands where they live. Son, Hendrick the Plantation where he lives in Morris County. Son, Jacob the Plantation where he lives. Daughter, Clasie 160 pounds. Daughter, Ontie 160 pounds. daughter, Maritie 20 0 pounds. Sons, Michael and Joris, and daughter, Maritie, to have outset as other children had. Executors - sons, Mickel, Hendrick, Joris, and Jacob. Witnesse s - Reynier van Griess, Jacob Van Winckel, Daniel Van Winckel. prooved. 8 Jun 1 756. Lib. F, p.368. 1757, Nov 9. Inventory (much of it eaten away) of the personal estate, incl. a gold doubloon, 5.12 pounds; a gold St. Johannis, 24 pound s; 6 small pieces of gold, 9 pounds; 6 negro slaves (young and old), 108.10 pounds; a silver cup, 4 pounds; many bonds made; made by Machyel de Moedt (DeMott) , Henderyck de Moedt and Yocob de Mot, Executors; appraised by Reynier van Gies en and Zacharias Sickels. Buried - Old Bergen Cemetery near Jersey City.

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†††††† I have also seen his death date listed as 18 Mar 1755.

 

†††††† He married Margrietje BRINCKERHOFF #4763, 6 May 1705 in Hackensack, NJ., born 13 June 1681 in Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ. (daughter of Hendrick Jorisen BRINCKERHOFF #5100 [1631 - 1710] and Claesie BOOMGAERT #5101), died 12 December 1754 in Bergen, NJ.

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†††††† Margrietje: RECORDS: Death and marriage

†††††† ALIAS: Margaret, Margietie Blinkerhoff, Margrieta, Margrietje, Margrita Hendrikse

†††††† Blinkerhof.

††††††

†††††† I have a couple of records for the children of Mateys de Mot and Magrietje Hendrick.

†††††† †† Margrettje was the daughter of Hendrick Brinkerhoff and Claesie Boomgaert, who settled on Bergen Hill in 1677, and were members of the Hackensack church, and gr-daughter of Joris Dircksen Brinckerhoff, the founder of that

†††††† family in America.

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†††††† From Van Vorst, Bacot and collateral families by Eleaner Micelli (1938) (DAR

†††††† Library).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +17†††††††† i.†††††† Claesie3 DeMOTT #4773 born 14 May 1706.

††††††††† †† 18†††††††† ii.††††† Michiel DeMOTT #4764, born 7 August 1708 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ.., died 16 November 1799 in Bergen, Bergen, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Machiel, Michelde Mott.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth and Baptismal.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† in the records it reads that Machiel was the 2nd child born.Witness on his birth record was Anthony de Moth alias de Mott & Antje Haargjes Machiel is how his name was spelled on his records but in his father Will it was spelled Michael/ Mickel/ Machyel.died intestate with out issue inherited his father lands as a joint tenant with his brother Geroge (Joris).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Clasie WINNE #13044, died 29 October 1788.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Clasie: AKA: Winnie.

 

††††††††† †† 19†††††††† iii.†††† Hendrick DeMOTT #26659, died 03 January 1711 in Bergen, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Hackensack Dutch Reformed Church records.Died and buried Bergen,Bergen or Jerse y City,Hudson, N.J.(Hackensack Church on the Green has a small cemetery)

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††††††††† +20†††††††† iv.†††† Antje DeMOTT #4772 born 24 December 1711.

††††††††† †† 21†††††††† v.††††† John DeMOTT #4771, born 1712 in Hackensack, Bergen,NJ., died 1712 in Bergen, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AFN:JPNL-P5 (FHL on line 27 Apr 1999)

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††††††††† +22†††††††† vi.†††† Hendrick B. DeMOTT #5102 born abt 7 April 1715.

††††††††† †† 23†††††††† vii.††† Johannes DeMOTT #4766, born 07 August 1716 in Hackensack, NJ., died 12 July 1802.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth, Baptismal, Death

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Johannes baptismal record reads that he was the 6th child.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Witness on his baptismal record were Jacobus Blinkerhoff & Margrietje Banta. Johannes is a Dutch name in English it would be written as John. died and left no issue.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† I have seen on "rootsweb" site that Joannes died 8 Dec 1740 and burial 10 Dec 1740 (listed here for future research).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Rachel SCHOONMAKER #17655, in Hackensack, NJ., born 1720 in Hackensack, Bergen,NJ., died 6 December 1740 in Bergen Co.,NJ.

 

††††††††† †† 24†††††††† viii.†† Joris DeMOTT #4767, born 03 November 1718 in Bergen, Morris Co., NJ., died 09 September 1800 in Bergen, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Baptismal, witness on Joris baptismal record were Dirk Blinckerhof & Angenitie wife of Jacobus Blinkerhof

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: de Moth, Demodt / George

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Joris was the 8th child born.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Joris is a Dutch name in English it would be written as George

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Left his property to Michael son of his brother Henry of Pompton

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††††††††† +25†††††††† ix.†††† Jacob DeMOTT #4768 born 22 February 1720.

††††††††† †† 26†††††††† x.††††† Marreytje DeMOTT #4774, buried 1744.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Baptismal

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: de Mot / Maritie, Marritie / Mary

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Marreytje is a Dutch name in English it would be written as Mary.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† she was born the 9th child.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He father left her 200 francs and a negro wench in his will dated 1755

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AFN: JPNL-V1 FHL on line has her christening date as 15 Apr 1723 Hackensack.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John VANWAGENEN #26660.

 

††††††††† †† 27†††††††† xi.†††† Gesie DeMOTT #4769, born 1725, died 11 April 1744 in Bergen, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Demoth. /Geshy / Gitty / Gesny

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Death.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Gesie/Geesie is a Dutch name in English it would be written as Grace, Charity

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Gesie is buried in the Old Bergentown Cemetery in Bergen, or Jersey City, Hudson,N.J

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5.††† Johannes2 DeMOTT #337 (Michiel1), born 1682, died ca 1715 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††† ALIAS: De Mote

†††††† RESIDENCE: Hempstead, NY

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†††††† Sponsor at baptismal was his uncle Johannes Wesbrouck

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†††††† His wife Marie and his sister's husband Hendrick Aten were brother and sister.

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†††††† Will dated 13 June 1715 & probated 20 Sep 1715

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†††††† Will of Johannis De Mote of Hempstead, yeoman, 13 June 1715. To wife Mary 50 francs, and use of estate till my son Johannis reaches age of 21, when he shall inherit the lands. If Mary marries again the moveables to be divided among my five children; Elizabeth, Annache, Mary, Peterche, & Johannis. Johannis shall pay my dau. Elizabeth 30 francs when she is 20; to my dau mary 30 francs when she is 22; to my dau Peterche 30 francs when she is 24; and to dau Anache 30 francs when she is 23. Exrs: my father-in-law Henry Outer & my two bros. Anthony De Mote & Christian Snedicure. Wits: Charles Durlandt, John Langden, & Thomas Whitehard. Pro 20 Sept 1715.

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†††††† WILL: 20 September 1715 Kingston, Ulster Co, NY. Queens Co Wills.

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†††††† Name as it appears: Johanis De Mote

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†††††† Name as later spelled: Johannis DeMott

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†††††† Wife/Spouse: Mary (father-in-law Henry Outer)

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†††††† Date of will or inventory: 13 Jun 1715; proved 22 Sep 1715

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†††††† County, state: Hempstead (Long Island); Jamaica, Queens Co., NY

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†††††† Family named: 2 dau, Elizabeth and Mary, neither aged 21; son Johannis, not yet 21; 2 dau, Peterche and Annecka, neither aged 21;

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†††††† Lineage: Adriaen Hendrickse Aten> Hendrick> Mary m. Johannes DeMott

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†††††† Burial location:

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†††††† Executors: father-in-law Henry Outen, 2 beloved brothers Anthony De Mote and Christian Snedicure

†††††† Witnesses: Charles Durland, John Langdon, Thomas Whitehead.

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†††††† according to the Family Tree Maker World Family Tree volume 3,tree #0909.Johannes married Rachel Schoonmaker in 1729.

 

†††††† He married (1) Marritje ATEN #4563, 1707 in Kingston, NY., born 1678 in Flatbush, Kings,NY. (daughter of Adrian Hendrickse ATEN #13018 [1615 - 1700] and Elisabeth Thomas LUBBERTS #15720 [1635 -†††† ]), died 1715.

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†††††† Marritje: She has a brother Henri, He married Mary they had dau Elizabeth Aten born

†††††† 20 Oct 1713 in Jamica, Ny.

†††††† ALIAS:Mary / Marretie / Ater / Marytie

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 28†††††††† i.†††††† Elizabeth3 DeMOTT #13529, born 7 October 1707 in Jamaica,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Alias: Else / De Mote

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††††††††† †† 29†††††††† ii.††††† Annettie DeMOTT #4801, born 26 April 1709 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Ann, Annache De Mote

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††††††††† +30†††††††† iii.†††† Marretie DeMOTT #4800 born 6 March 1711.

††††††††† +31†††††††† iv.†††† Pistronelletie DeMOTT #4799 born 10 March 1713.

††††††††† +32†††††††† v.††††† Johannes DeMOTT #4797 born 5 October 1714.

 

†††††† He married (2) Rachiel SCHOONMAKER #19733, 18 October 1729.

 

6.††† Dirck2 DeMOTT #338 (Michiel1), born 21 September 1684 in Kingston, Ulster, NY., died 14 July 1753 in Somerset Co, NJ.

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†††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte, DAR # 338969.

†††††† SOURCE #2: The DeMotte and Allied families 1665-1977, by Louis Benard DeMotte and Mildred Lone DeMotte.

†††††† SOURCE #3: The Somerset Co Historial Quarterly Vol #5. Speaks of him as settling in the neighborhood of Neshanic, NJ. and states that all the Somerset DeMotts descended from this Dirck.

†††††† ALIAS: Derrick de Moth, Demott, de Mott, De Mott, De Mot, Demoet, Demot, DeMotte, Mott.

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†††††† ††† He settled first in Jamaica Long Island, then moved to New Jersey. Elder in North Branch NJ. Reformed Dutch Churh in 1736. It has been said that all Somerset county New Jersey DeMotts, are descended for Dirck.Dirck was a Deacon in 1759 of the Neshanic ZNew Jersey Reformed Dutch Church which was formed on 25 August 1752.

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†††††† Derrick was a blacksmith and from 1712 or earlier until about 1731 dwelt at "Success" in the northern part of Hempstead. About the latter date he removed with all his family to Neshanic, in the Raritan Valley, Somerset Co., N.J.

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†††††† SOURCE: Somerset Co. Hist. Coc. Mag 4:214; 5:192 & Comp of Amer. Gen. 4:694.

 

†††††† He married Styntie HAFF #339, 1709 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY, born 5 August 1683 in Gravesend, Flatlands, Kingston, NY (daughter of Lourens Jurianse HAFF #4495 [1649 - 1718] and Kniertie Pieters MEET #4496 [1655 - 1772]), died 25 June 1777 in North Branch, Somerset Co, NY.

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†††††† Styntie: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte DAR # 338969

†††††† ALIAS: Christina Haff, Christina Styntie

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†††††† I have seen Richards wife last name written as Styntie and Haff. In the book De Motte a Huguenot family, by Estella DeMotte Craig it is listed as Haff. You can find this book on LDS film # 1019523. on the same film is a book called the DeMotte and Allied Families by Poebe DeMotte Norman and Estella DeMotte Craig. Published in 1953. In it Christina last name is Styntie not Haff. In Malla DeMotte Loung notes she has the last name of Richards wife as Styntie. In my Dutch name list Styntie is the same as Christina in English.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +33†††††††† i.†††††† Michael3 DeMOTT #4564 born 6 June 1710.

††††††††† +34†††††††† ii.††††† Kniertie DeMOTT #4565 born 7 October 1712.

††††††††† +35†††††††† iii.†††† Johannes DeMOTT #4566 born 29 February 1716.

††††††††† †† 36†††††††† iv.†††† Laurens DeMOTT #4567.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Lourens

††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +37†††††††† v.††††† Laurens DeMOTT #340.

††††††††† †† 38†††††††† vi.†††† Abraham DeMOTT #4569, died 1802 in Readington, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† in the will of his aunt Liber Johnson (De Mott) he was to receive oe5.

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††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††† resided in the vicinity of Neshanic, Somerset, NJ (Somerset Co. Hist Soc Mag 7: 171-180) Does not appear to have married. died 1802 and bur. at Readington, NJ. (Gen.Mag,NJ. 14:66).

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††††††††† †† 39†††††††† vii.††† Ida DeMOTT #4570, born in Jamaica, Long Island,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

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††††††††† +40†††††††† viii.†† Jacob DeMOTT #4571.

††††††††† +41†††††††† ix.†††† Isaac DeMOTT #4572 born ca. 1729.

 

7.††† Anthony2 DeMOTT #336 (Michiel1), born 1686 in Kingston, NY., died ca. 1762.

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†††††† In 1731 Anthonyand his son Michael, built the RD church at Success, North Hempstead, Colony of New York, which consisted of 132 seats, The church was badly damaged during the Revolutionary War, and was rebuilt by Anthonyís grandson John DeMott in 1786. Anthonyís family attended the church for at least 70 years. Many of His great grandchildren were baptized there. (Anthony 2 recorded a stock mark in the Hempstead books of a "Crop of the right ear and two holes in the same") in 1741, it was also recorded by his son Michael (a Blacksmith) in 1766.

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†††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott Jul 2003 e-mail address: ITS4Brett@aol.com

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†††††† Anthony was born ca. 1685 at Esopus (Kingston) NY according to the marriage banns. Later published 1707 at which time he was described as an inhabitany of "Vastis medde" (Foster's Meadows, Hempstead).

 

†††††† He married Elsje BLAUW #3723, 07 August 1707 in Gowanus, Brooklyn, Kings,NY., born 1689 in Gowanus Brooklyn, Kings,NY. (daughter of Jan Fredericks BLAUW #13038 and Aeltie JANSEN #13039), died 1733/1740 in Fosters Meadow, Brooklyn, Kings, NY.

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†††††† Elsje: SOURCE: The Blauw/Blue family history compiled by Willam Blue

†††††† ALIAS: Elsie / Alice.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +42†††††††† i.†††††† Antje3 DeMOTT #5119 born 24 April 1709.

††††††††† †† 43†††††††† ii.††††† Allache DeMOTT #18182, born 1710 in Oyster Bay, Nassau,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Rem REMSEN #22116, born abt 1704 in Oyster Bay, Nassau, NY.

 

††††††††† +44†††††††† iii.†††† Michiel DeMOTT #4796 born 1 June 1715.

††††††††† †† 45†††††††† iv.†††† John DeMOTT #9147, born abt 1721 in Jamaica, Kings, NY., died 1808 in Hempstead, Kings, NY.

 

8.††† Machiel2 DeMOTT #4558 (Michiel1), born 1 January 1687 in Kingston,NY.

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†††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††† ALIAS: Machgiel, Magiel, Michael, Michiel / DeMoedt, de Mot

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†††††† Marriage bans stated: born at Esopus,NY. In 1726 Michael resided at Foster's Meadows, Hempstead also the home at the time of his marriage.

†††††† Michael de Mott purchased a tract of land lying between the hills of the Pequannack river in Morris county New Jersey, known as Pompton Plains. The paper for his land was given October 9, 1704, He soon after removed from Bergen county to the new estate and located, built and lived in the house still standing and known as the "De Mott Place"He was a blacksmith by trade, also a farmer by occupation, and he built his blacksmith shop at the south end of his dewelling his house and atached to it.

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†††††† SOURCE: State of New Jersey Historical Society page 899

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†††††† The book; "How Rockville Centre Got its name" Preston R. Bassett & Arthur L. Hodges 1969. Depicts how in 1710 *Michael 2 DeMott (Michael the 2 nd ) "took on an ambitious task of building a Mill in a heavily wooded area with wolves in them, 3 Ĺ miles south of Hempstead. "Michael 2 built the Mill and built a dam, which act fixed the location of Rockville Centre". "Michael ran the Mill for about 20 Years". "In the1730ís a Anthony 3 DeMott (son of Michael 2 ) took over operation of the Mill. "In June 1776, a party of Whig soldiers were sent by General George Washington to take up some Tories". "They went to Hempstead swamp at the head of Michael DeMottís Mill pond, where the Tories were hiding"A party of nine of them in two sedge boats were concealed in the swamp at the head of DeMottís Mill pond, Stephen Rider climbed an oak tree to reconnoiter, when a ball whistled by his head". "He saw the smoke whence it came, a loaded gun handed him he fired and the ball passed through the body of George Smith, the wound was not fatal, but the skirmish was the first blood spilled on Long Island in the Revolutionary War". "Anthony 3 operated the Mill until 1780". "It is said that Anthony DeMott would warn the Tories of danger by hanging a sheet from the window of the Mill". Today, there is a road named "DeMott Ave". Near this location in what is now Rockville Centre.

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†††††† Another book from the Phillips House Museum, published for the Rockville Centre Historical Society, by Frances Patten Raynor Mullady, 1993. Titled ; "Not Long Ago" (pg.37) "Rockville Centre once boasted of two important Mills; one was a saw mill and lumber yard operated by the Davison family. The other pre-Revolutionary mill ground grain for the area. It was owned and operated by the DeMott family. It stood at the

†††††† head of Mill River the retaining earth works, faced with New England granite, still separates the lakes from the old filter beds".

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†††††† "Sometime ago, at a low water period, an interested archaeologist retrieved some artifacts from the millís old location on the west side of the lake; crockery pieces, old coins, etc. Kenneth Roberts immortalized the old mill in his novel about the Revolutionary times. He alludes to the "Old Stone Mill" and to the Rebels hiding out in the tall reeds". "The Davisons, and DeMotts were substantial, prosperous, land owners, and like most of their neighbors, not likely to be to enthusiastic about the Revolution. It was our good fortune that they did not skip off to Canada or elsewhere after the war. However, they are almost all gone from the Village today (Rockville Centre). Frances Davison Dawson, claims to be the sole resident of her branch of the Davisons. And there are certainly not many DeMotts around either. This is a matter of regret, for they laid the foundation of the eminent community we have today"!

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†††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott e-mail address: ITSbrett@aol.com (Jul 2003)

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†††††† Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church Marriage Records 1677-1757

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†††††† 19 Aug 1711; Michiel Demott, yoeman of Esopus lives Fosters Meadow; Dina Blauw, yd of Gowanus dau of Jan Blauw;

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†††††† SOURCE: http://genealogyresearchcentral.com/FDRCMarriage%201677_ 1757.htm

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†††††† He married Dina BLAUW #4791, 19 August 1711 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY., born 25 March 1687 in Brooklin, NY (daughter of Jan Fredericks BLAUW #13038 and Aeltie JANSEN #13039).

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†††††† Dina: SOURCE: Blaw / Blue family history compiled by William H. Blue

†††††† ALIAS: Deyna, Merreom / Dyna.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 46†††††††† i.†††††† Richard3 DeMOTT #18222.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Richard settled in Raritan, New Jersey

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††††††††† †† 47†††††††† ii.††††† Margaret DeMOTT #11701, born 1712 in Jamaica, Queens,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Liber DeMott Johnson Will dated 7 Jan 1747 or 8 Queens, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Joose GOLDER #11702.

 

††††††††† †† 48†††††††† iii.†††† AnnDeMOTT #4792.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† birth date might be 5 Jul 1720 at Jamaica, NY. as I have two Aeltie DeMotts

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† being born.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† I found a Will for Ann DeMott Vanhorn, It reads as:

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Page 435.-- In the name of God, Amen. I, Ann VANHORN, of the county of Richmond, being weak in body, doth this fourth day of February, 1774, make this my only last will. I leave to my brother Hendrick Demott's daughter Margaret, oe25 (living in Morris County and Province of East New Jersey). To the eldest daughter of my brtoher-in-law, John and Mary Van Wagenin, whose name is Margaret, oe25, to the second oldest daughter of the aforesaid, whose name is Ann, all the remaining part of my estate. If she should die without issue, then that part of my estate shall be divided equally among the surviving children of my aforesaid brother-in-law Mary his wife. I make my loving brother-in-law, John Van Wagenin, and Mary his wife, together with my trusty friend, Jacob Freeland, executors.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Witnesses, John Jacks, Anthony Fountain, yeoman, Vincent Fountain. Proved, February 21, 1782.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOUCRE: Family Tree Maker Online Genealogy Libary.. Abstracts of Wills Vol X 1780-1782 page 19.

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††††††††† +49†††††††† iv.†††† Michael DEMOTT #23539 born 1 June 1715.

††††††††† +50†††††††† v.††††† Aelite DeMOTT #4793 born 21 September 1718.

††††††††† +51†††††††† vi.†††† John DeMOTT #4794 born 1721.

††††††††† +52†††††††† vii.††† Anthony DeMOTT #11720.

 

9.††† Elizabeth2 DeMOTT #11691 (Michiel1), born abt 1689 in Kingston, Ulster, NY., died 10 April 1770 in Hempstead, Queens, NY.

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†††††† Liber had a Will it was dated 7 Jan 1747 or 8 and was proven 10 Apr 1760 in Queens County, NY. In this Will she mentions most of her brothers and their children. At the time of the Wills making she was a Gentlewoman of Hempstead, in Queens County NY.

†††††† NICKNAME: Liber

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†††††† Elizabeth DeMott

†††††† F, b. circa 1685, d. circa 1770

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†††††† Elizabeth DeMott was born circa 1685 at Probably, New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. Elizabeth married Willem Ferdon, son of Jacobus Verdon and Femmitie Westervelt, circa 1700 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. Elizabeth DeMott was born after 1700. She died circa 1770 at Harrington, Orange County, New York.

†††††† †††† She was also known as Elizabeth (Unknown). She was also known as Elizabeth Ferdon.

†††††† Children of Elizabeth DeMott and Willem Ferdon

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†††††† Willem Ferdon was born in 1682 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He was baptized on 30-Apr-1682 at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. He died after 30-Apr-1682. He was the son of Jacobus Verdon and Femmitie Westervelt. Willem married Elizabeth DeMott circa 1700 at New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. Willem married (Unknown) (Unknown) circa 1726 at Probably, New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. Willem Ferdon died circa 1740 at Probably, New Utrecht, Kings County, New York. He died circa 1770 at Harrington, Orange County, New York.

†††††† †††† He was also known as William Ferdon. He was also known as William Verdon. He was also known as Willem Verdon. He was also known as Willem Jacobse Verdon. He was also known as William Ferdon Jr.

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†††††† Children of Elizabeth DeMott and Willem Ferdon

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†††††† William Ferdon

†††††† Phebe Ferdon

†††††† Dirke Ferdon b. after 1700

†††††† Abram Ferdon b. after 1700

†††††† Aeltje Ferdon b. circa 1708

†††††† Jacob Ferdon b. 19 Jul 1710, d. circa 1740

†††††† Jan Ferdon+ b. circa 1715, d. circa 1770

†††††† Jacob Ferdon b. 1719

†††††† On the family tree cd disk #13 I found a Elizabeth De Mott who married Harmen Jansen.The family group sheet has her parents as michael De Mott and Annetie Hendricks and her birth date as abt 1689 death date as bef 1760

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†††††† Liber Johnson (DeMott) Will from the book Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760 page 3.

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†††††† In the name of God, Amen, January 7, 1747/8. I, Liber Johnson, of Hempstead, in Queens County, Gentlewoman, being in good health. "I commit my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent manner,"and all debts and charges to be paid. I leave to my cousin (nephew) Michael De Mott, son of my brother, Martine De Mott, oe5. to my cousin (niece) Ann De Mott daughter of my said brother, oe5. To my brother, Anthony De Mott, oe12. To my cousins , Altie Van Nostrand and Elsie Van Nostrand, granddaughters of my brother, Anthony De Mott, oe50 between them. To my cousin, Allactie Remsen, wife of Rem Remsen, oe40. To my cousins, Mary, John and Anthony Remsen, children of my cousin, Rem Remsen and Allactie his wife, oe60. To my cousins, John and Anthony De Mott, grandsons of my brother Anthony De Mott, each oe5. To my cousin Elizabeth Oakce (Oakes?), daughter of Abraham Oakce and Ann his wife, deceased, oe50 and my gold buttons. To my cousins, Michael and Abraham De Mott, sons of my deceased brother , Doreck De Mott, each oe5. To my cousin Ann De Mott daughter of my deceased brother, Johanes De Mott, oe35. To my cousins,Ann De Mott, Elizabeth Oakce, Allactie Remsen, and Elizabeth Green, all my wearing apparell. To my cousin Elizabeth , one of the daughters of my deceased brother, Joanes De Mott, oe5. to my cousin, Mary Middlock daughter of my deceased brother Johanes, oe5. To my cousin, Elinor Green, wife of Richard Green, oe18. To my cousin, Elizabeth Green, daughter ofRichard Green and Elinor his wife, oe50.To my cousin, Johanes De Mott, grandson of my brother, Michael De Mott, oe5. To my cousin, Margaret Gold, daughter of my brother, Michael De Mott, oe10. To my brother, Michael De Mott, oe5. All the rest of the estate is left to the persons above named. I make my brother, Anthony De Mott, and Rem remsen, executors.

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†††††† Witnesses, Richard Everitt, James Everitt, Richard Everitt, Jr. Proved in Queens County, April 10, 1760, before Samuel Clowes, Surrogate.

 

†††††† She married Willem Jacobse FERDON #11692, in New Utrecht, Luvingston, NY., born 23 September 1683 in Flatlands, Kings, NY, (son of Jacobus Thomassen VERDON #11268 and Femmetje Willems WESTERVELT #11287), died 1770 in Harrington, Orange, NY.

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†††††† Willem: AKA:Verdon.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 53†††††††† i.†††††† Abram3 FERDON #13276, born AFT 1700.

††††††††† †† 54†††††††† ii.††††† Aeltje FERDON #11684, born 1708 in New City, Rockland, NY.

††††††††† †† 55†††††††† iii.†††† William FERDON #11685, born 1710 in New Utrecht, Kings, NY., died 1770 in Harrington, Bergen, NJ.

††††††††† †† 56†††††††† iv.†††† Jan FERDON #11686, born 1715 in New Utrecht, Kings, NY., died 1770 in Harrington, Bergen, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Brechye HARING #13015.

 

††††††††† †† 57†††††††† v.††††† Jacob FERDON #11693, born 1719 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY.

††††††††† +58†††††††† vi.†††† Phoebe FEARDON #11694 born 1727.

 

 

Generation Three

 

11.††† Adrian Hendrickse3 ATEN #11703 (Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), died 11 December 1757 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., buried in Presbyterian Ch, Montour, Pennsylvania.

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†††††††† ALIAS: Aderayon, Adezazzyan,Adriaen / Ater

†††††††† RESIDENCE: Readingstown?, NJ in Hunderton County in 1735 in 1744 Adrian bought

†††††††† 300 acres near Mt. Bethel PA.

†††††††† †† Adriaen settled on the south branch of the Raritan, on a farm between Centerville and Three Bridges, New Jersey, owned many years ago by William C. Van Doren. Adrien was a wealthy man for the region, and devoted himself to the care of his Plantation near Readington, New Jersey. During the Revolution, like most of his Dutch associates, he was an enthusiastic patriot. Three of his sons were in the volunteer Corps on Long Island, where one wascaptured and remained a prisoner for two full years. Patriots carrying messages to and from the continental Congress and the northern capitals found his hospitalbe mansion an ever ready resting place. A detachment of Washinton's Army passing northward to Morristown, New Jersey, on a hot day drank the well dry.

†††††††† †† On May 31, 1744 , he purchased 300 acres of land in Northampton County, in Bethel Township, Pennsylvania, probably for his eldest son Dirck Aten who soon after moved there. None of the Atens remain in Bethel township although a few are in the Raritan Valley. Most of Dirck Aten's children pioneered to the south and west.

†††††††† †† One of the first settlers (about 1725) on the south bank of the Raritan, he settled on the farm between Centerville and the Three Bridges, owned in 1881 by William CD. Van Doren. He on "The Poll of the Freeholders of the Countyh of Hunterdon for Representatives to serve in General Assembly of the Province of New Jersey fortthe County of Hunterdon, taken per Christoper Search, one of the Clerks, October 9, 1783, before David Martin, Esq. High Sheriff." (Snell's "History of Hunterdon and Somerset Countyh," p. 192.

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†††††††† The Atens living between the brnaches of the Raritan had their children baptized in the log church over the North branch, just west fo its union with the south branch which forms the beautiful river. Some years later the church was moved two miles farther west, and is known as the Church of Readington. Reading's town is on Adrian Aten's farm. The church of Readington hasbaptismal records fo the Aten family.

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†††††††† WILL:In hte name of God, Amen. I Adriaen ATTEN of hte township of Reading in the CDounty of Hunterdon and Western division of the Province of New Jersy being sickand weak of body but of sound and perfect mind and memory praise therefore be given unto God for the same. Do make and Ordain this my Present and Last will and Testament in manner folowing that owing...say first and principally, ZI commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my Body to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named. And as to making the disposition of such Estate as it has pleased Almighty God to bestow upon me, I give and dispose there of in the following manner. I wish that all my just debts and funeral Charges be honorably and justly paid and discharged. I give to my eldest son named Derrich...shillings to be paid him full satisfaction progeniture of birthright. I give also unto my beloved wife Jacobite one bed thereto belonging and bedsted, and the painted cupboard, and one chest drawers died (dyed) black, one waggon and two horses whish she shall cuse, and the room in the house with son where I dwell and likewise fire wood all during her natural life. Likewise I give to her the sum of two hundred pounds money at eight shillings the pound, these to be for her use for subistance during her natural life and to be at her sole management and disposal after my just debts are paid.I will that all remaining part of my Estate both real and personal be equally divided among my sons and daughters, namely: Ann, Derrick, Hendirck, Gath (Cath?), John, Grret, Judah (Judith) and Adriaen to be eqaually dived to part share and share alike exactly thereabout for those of my children that are unmarried at my death and set to be in proportion to those that are already married. That is to say that after those unmarried havfe their portion then my will is that my sons and daughters part share and share alike in quantity and quality of my real and personal estate to be for them and their heirs and assigns forever. I do hereby appoint my said son Hendrick ATEN and my loving brother-in-law Peter Middagh of this my last will and entreating of them to cause the same to be punctually performed and kept. Hereby recinding and making null and void all former and other wills by me heretofore made declaring this only to be my last will and testament. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eight day of December, in the thirty-first year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the second of Great Britain King, anno Domini 1757

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†††††††† He married Jacobje MIDDAGH #13947, 1717, born 16 October 1693 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ. (daughter of Dirck Aertsen MIDDAGH #5120 and Catelyntje VANNEST #5121), died 16 May 1782 in Northampton, PA.

 

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††††††††† †† 59†††††††† i.†††††† Annetje4 ATEN #15724, born 25 August 1719 in Somerset, NJ., died 1813 in Somerset, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (1) Nicholas SCHAMP #26663, born 1708 in Bushwick, Kings, NY., died October 1752 in Somerset, NJ.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (2) John SUTPHEN #26664.

 

††††††††† †† 60†††††††† ii.††††† Derrick ATEN #15725, born 22 August 1721 in Readington, NJ., died 8 September 1809 in Mt. Bethel Twp, Northampton, PA.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Dirck

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Grew to manhood at his father's plantation in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey near Readington. On 24 Dec 1745 Dirck Aten of Hunterdon County yeoman together with his eventual brother-in-law Judick Van Vliet spinster. Attached to the Licence was a note in which Dick's father, Aderiaen Aten gavfe his consent for his under-age son to marry.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Dirck and Judith were married less than four yhears, during which they had one known child a daughter Jacobje, born about 1747. Judith may have died in childbirth. She was dead bny 16 August 1749 when her husband and Volckert Douw of Somerset Coun ty obtained a license of marriage in order that Dirck may marry. Ariantie Longstreet of Hunterdon County Spinster.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Commissioned a Second Lieutenant in Captain Ribble's Company, 2nd Regiment, Sussex County Militia, February 21, 1776. Lt 7, B N M Northampton County Commissioners, Old Aten Cemetery, on the bank of the Delaware River, four miles south of Portland, Pennsylvania. Dirck Aten was a farmer, blacksmith, and ferryman at "Aten's Ferry Crossing, Mount Bethel, NorthamptonCounty, Pennsylvania. He was married threetimes, father of thirteen children.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Fourth generation of Atens in America. He read his Dutch Bible and spoke the Dutch language as long as he lived. He moved to Northampton County, PA. about 1760, as did his brother Hendrick, bouth living and dying on adjoining farms, some 7 or 8 miles below the War Gap. Dirck owned land on both sides ff the Delaware River. He established a ferry which wasknown as Aten's Ferry for 120 years, having descended first to his son John, and then to his grandson Dirck, who charteded it bhy act fo the New Jersey Legislature in 1858. Dirck established the custom of ferryhing people free in going to or returning from divine worship. ("Upstream, Downstream" by Mary Enjgels, p. 21. (ATE HIS 003)

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Twonewspaper items from the Pennsylvania Gazette provide an insight to Dirck Aten's life and times. On 8 Aug 1754 the following was published: "Run away on the 28th of July last, from Derrick Aten of Readenstown, Hunterdon, Co., in JN, a Negroe man named Jack, about 30 years of age, near five feet high, has a flat nose, much pock-marked, a lover of white women, and a great smoker: Had on when he went away, a red straight bodied coat, striped homespun jacket and another whitish ditto. Whoever takes up and secures said Negroe, so that his master may have him again, shall have three Pounds reward, and resonable charges, paid by Derrick Aten."

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Philadelphia, Feb. 3, 1757: Stolen out of the stable of Dirck Auten, blacksmith, in the township of Reading-town and county of Hunterdon, and theWestern-Division of the province of New Jersey, on the 21st of Jan. last, a light sorrel gelding, about 14 hands and near a half high, has neither brand nor ear-mark, holds his head low when going, a natural pacer, has a low neck, which is worn with the neck yoke, and has occasioned white hairs in the mane, has also whitish hairs on his forehead, running down almost to his nose, has a dent on his wither, occasioned by a rope passing over for stirrups, and one of his forehoofs splilt; was shod before with old shoes, and about 9 or 10 years of age. Whoever takes up said horse and thief, or the horse alone and secures him, so that the owner may have him again, shall have thirty-five shillings reward, and reasonable charges, paid by Dirck Auten."

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† There is no indication that either newspaper article resuloted in the return of the property.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† .

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (1) Judith VANFLEET #26665, 24 December 1745 in HUNTERDON, NJ., born in Marbletown, died bef 1750.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Judith: AKA: VanVliet.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (2) Adaranche LONGSTRAT #26666, 16 August 1749 in HUNTERDON, NJ.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (3) Catherine WARNER #26667, 1762 in Northampton, PA.

 

††††††††† †† 61†††††††† iii.†††† Richard ATEN #26668, born 4 September 1723 in Reading, Hunterdon, NJ.

††††††††† +62†††††††† iv.†††† Hendrick M. ATEN #15726 born 4 September 1723.

††††††††† †† 63†††††††† v.††††† Catherine ATEN #15727, born 27 January 1726 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., died 26 January 1729.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Cathelyntje

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††††††††† †† 64†††††††† vi.†††† Mary ATEN #15728, born 15 January 1728 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJU., died abt 1808.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Martyje

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† On 24 August 1748 William Vanflett and his eventual two fold brother-in-law, Dirck Sten, secured a license for him to be married to Mary Aten. As the bridal couple were both under-age, each submitted written permission by their fathers. Nine of her children were baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church of Readington, of which William and Mary were members. It is staed she survived her husband byh ten years.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William VANFLEET #26669, 24 August 1748, born abt 1726 in Somerset, NJ. (son of William VANFLEET #26670 and Mary BIGGS #26671), died 4 May 1798.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† William: AKA: VanVliet.

 

††††††††† †† 65†††††††† vii.††† Carolyn ATEN #15729, born 29 July 1730 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Cathelyntje.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married A.M. INSLEY #26672.

 

††††††††† †† 66†††††††† viii.†† Jan ATEN #15730, born 22 December 1732 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., died 1825.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Jan is the ancestor of Ira Atena Texas Ranger

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† it appears that Jan and Elizabeth moved to the Conewago Colony in PA about 2

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† miles south of Gettysburg. Ohn/Jan Aten, son of Adrian Auten lives near

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Easty's Tavern (1770).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Elizabeth BODINE #26673, 1758 in Raritan, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Elizabeth: AKA: Boyden.

 

††††††††† †† 67†††††††† ix.†††† Gerradus ATEN #15731, born 22 December 1732 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Dinah JOHNSON #26674, 28 August 1756 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ.

 

††††††††† †† 68†††††††† x.††††† Judick ATEN #15732, born 9 July 1735 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., died 22 July 1819 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Judith.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Joseph MOOREHEAD #26675, 6 April 1770, born 1729 in Strabane, Ireland., died 12 April 1819 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ.

 

††††††††† †† 69†††††††† xi.†††† Adrian ATEN #15733, born 7 November 1737 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., died 18 October 1826 in Moon Twp, Allegheny, PA.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Elizabeth STRYKER #26676, 1761 in Somerset, NJU., born 1742, died 1814.

 

12.††† Powell3 ATEN #11704 (Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born abt 1700 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY., died abt 1782 in Bridgewater twp, Somerset, NJ.

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†††††††† AKA: Paulus.

 

†††††††† He married Maria VANNEST #13948, abt 1731, born abt 1700 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ., died May 1782.

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†††††††† Maria: AKA: Van Nesta.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 70†††††††† i.†††††† Marytjen4 ATEN #26677.

††††††††† †† 71†††††††† ii.††††† George ATEN #26678.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Joris.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Steynte _____ #26682.

 

††††††††† †† 72†††††††† iii.†††† Mary ATEN #26679, born abt 1738.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married _____ VANVOORHEES #26683.

 

††††††††† †† 73†††††††† iv.†††† Antje ATEN #26680.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† died as an infant

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††††††††† †† 74†††††††† v.††††† Antje ATEN #26681.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Christian FREEZER #26684.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Christian: AKA: Frazer.

 

14.††† Judick3 ATEN #13949 (Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 1705, died 1722.

 

†††††††† She married Cornelius LOW #13950, 1722.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 75†††††††† i.†††††† Catheltntie4 LOW #26685.

††††††††† †† 76†††††††† ii.††††† Gysbert LOW #26686.

††††††††† †† 77†††††††† iii.†††† Cornelius LOW #26687.

††††††††† †† 78†††††††† iv.†††† Judick LOW #26688.

††††††††† †† 79†††††††† v.††††† Jan LOW #26689.

††††††††† †† 80†††††††† vi.†††† Antje LOW #26690.

 

15.††† Elizabeth3 ATEN #11705 (Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), died 1781.

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†††††††† married to Rainer.

 

†††††††† She married Josiah RAYNOR #11707, born 1708 in Hempstead, NY. (son of Samuel RAYNOR #13921 and Mary _____ #13922), died 1781 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††††† Josiah: ALIAS: Joiah Rainer

†††††††† The Last Will and Testament of Josiah Rayner

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†††††††† Dated: June 20, 1777

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†††††††† In the name of God, Amen. The 20th day of June, 1777. I, Josiah Rayner, of the township of Hempstead, in Queens county. I leave to my well beloved wife

†††††††† Elizabeth my best bed and furniture, two cows, two iron pots, one tramble, one flying pan, one pair of tongs, one iron shovel, one warming pan, all my

†††††††† pewter, one a square table, one wash tub, one cupboard, all the linen and yarn I have in the house, all my Tea tackling, all the provisions and wool,

†††††††† all the grain on the ground and elsewhere of every kind, and flax on the little Dutch wheel and great wheel in lieu of her dower; also the use and

†††††††† benefit of all my lands and tenements, and interest of L25 during hew widowhood, that my son Henry is to be charged with. I give to my loving

†††††††† wife, old white mare at her disposal, also interest of all the remainder of my movable estate, not already bequeathed. After her marriage or decease to

†††††††† divide the principle among my daughter and granddaughters as follows, Elizabeth Roads L5; to my daughter, Sarah Tuttle, L5; to my daughters,

†††††††† Jemina Nathorn, Sarah Tuttle, Catherine Covert, and my granddaughter, Martha Doxee, the remainder of my movable estate. I leave to my son Samuel six

†††††††† shillings, to my son Henry all the lands and tenements in the Town of Hempstead, and all my Right of Land upon condition he pays the money in the

†††††††† Loan Office in Queens County and L25 at the decease of my Elizabeth to the uses above mentioned; in case he should refuse to pay the L25, my executors

†††††††† are to sell two pieces of land situate Southard of Benjamin Rainer's one piece, bounded by the north and south by my brother, Joseph Rainer's land

†††††††† and north by my cousin, Benjamin Rainer's land, containing in both pieces about fourteen acres, more or less. My just debts to be paid and proving my

†††††††† will, and funeral expenses out of my movable estate. I make my respected friends, Timothy Clowes, and Joseph Hall, both of Hempstead, and my wife

†††††††† Elizabeth Rainer, executors.

††††††††

†††††††† Witnesses: Elijah Rainer, Ezekiel Rainer, David Batty, of Hempstead, yeoman

†††††††† Proved: October 24, 1781

††††††††

†††††††† Source: Abstracts of wills on file Surrogates Office, City of New York

†††††††† Volume X October 23, 1780 - November 5, 1782 Liber 34 page 319.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +81†††††††† i.†††††† Samuel4 RAYNOR #13923 born 25 March 1733.

††††††††† †† 82†††††††† ii.††††† Henry RAYNOR #13925, born 1735, died 11 April 1832.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (1) Rebecca THURSTON #31187, 16 June 1777 in Hempstead, Queens, NY.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (2) Susannah WHALEY #31188, 19 February 1787 in Hempstead, Queens, NY., born abt. 1766 in Hempstead, Queens, NY., died 1793 in Hempstead, Queens, NY.

 

††††††††† †† 83†††††††† iii.†††† Elizabeth RAYNOR #27348, born 1737 in Hempstead, Queens, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (1) Richard RHODES #31189, born 1746 in Oyster Bay, NY.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (2) Richard MATHEWS #31190, 29 March 1767 in Hempstead, Queens, NY., born 4 November 1746 in Oyster Bay, NY.

 

††††††††† †† 84†††††††† iv.†††† Sarah RAYNOR #13926, born 1739.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† I have also seen her birth year as 1745

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Sarah Raynor, born 1739 in Hempstead, Queens.She married Israel

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Tuttle born Abt. 1743 in Ulster County, New York.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Notes for Sarah Raynor:

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† According to the Raynor Family Association it has Sarah Raynor marrying

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Daniel Tuttle (or Tuthill). Its possible Sarah married Daniel Tuttle

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† (Tuthill) first and Israel second; but according to family members it lists

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Sarah's husband as Israel

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Notes for Israel Tuttle:

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Information received from Alva Tuttle family book, date collected by Lottie

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Grace (Tuthill) Vail 1880 - ca 1920

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† .

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Daniel TUTTLE #13930.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Daniel: Other researchers have him married to Sarah Raynor and not to Jemina. This

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† record/info needs to be checked research. Please use for reference only.

 

††††††††† †† 85†††††††† v.††††† Jemima RAYNOR #13927, born 1743.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† NOTES FOR: Jemima Raynor: Last name of Jemima's husband is written as Nothorn, according to the will of her father, but searching Dutchess County, NY area, there were no

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† surnames of Nathorn's listed.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† According to the Raynor family Association it has Unknown Hatorn (Hathorn), a General under George Washington, Which could be Hawthorn, etc.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† .

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married _____ HATHORN #31191.

 

††††††††† †† 86†††††††† vi.†††† CatherineRAYNOR #13928, born 15 June 1748.

 

17.††† Claesie3 DeMOTT #4773 (Mathias2, Michiel1), born 14 May 1706 in Bergen, NJ., died 04 March 1788 in Bergen, NY.

††††††††

†††††††† She was born as the 1st child to this family.

†††††††† AKA: Niclaes / De Moth.

 

†††††††† She married Cornelius VANVORST #17542, 26 November 1726 in Bergen, NJ., born 8 March 1699/1700 in Bergen, NJ., died 5 December 1760.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 87†††††††† i.†††††† Cornelius4 VANVORST #31461, born 1728, died 1818.

 

20.††† Antje3 DeMOTT #4772 (Mathias2, Michiel1), born 24 December 1711 in Bergen, NJ., died 1774 in Staten Island, Richmond, NY.

††††††††

†††††††† ALIAS: DeMoth. / Ann / Antie

†††††††† witness on Antje birth record were Cornelis Blinkerhoff & Aaltje Van Giesen

†††††††† Antje was the 4th child born.

†††††††† Antje is a Dutch name in English it would be written as Anne

††††††††

†††††††† In her will, Ann van Horne of Richmond, in 1774, made a bequest to Margaret, daughter of her brother, Hendrick. (NYW 10;195).

††††††††

†††††††† Ann was baptized at the Passaic (Acquackanonk Dutch Church) date unstated, She joined the Bergen Church on 15 March††† 1730. Her will dated 4 Feb 1774 on Staten Island and proved in New York on 21 Feb 1782 (NYW 10:195 f.). In it she mentioned several DeMott relatives. The children were born in or near Bergen.

††††††††

†††††††† Page 435.-In the name of God, Amen. I, Ann Vanhorn, of the County of Richmond, being weak in body, doth this fourth day of February, 1774, make this my onlylast will. I leave to my brother Hendrick Demott's daughter Margaret 25 Francs, (living in Morris County and Province of East New Jersy). to the eldest daughter of my brother-in-law, John and Mary Van Wagenin, whose name is Margaret, 25 Francs, to the second oldest daughter of the aforesaid, whose name is Ann, all the remaining part of my estate. If she should die without issue, then that part of my estate shall be divided equally among the survining children of my aforesaid brother-in-law and Mary his wife. I make my loving brother-in-law, John Van Wagenin, and Mary his wife, together with my trusty friend, Jacob Freeland, Executors.

††††††††

†††††††† †† Witnesses, John Jacks, Anthony Fountain, yeoman, Vincent Fountain. Proved,

†††††††† February 21, 1782.

†††††††† she had no children as of 1755 per her father's will.

 

†††††††† She married John VANHORN #5219, 02 May 1751, born 3 February 1703 in Bergen,NJ. (son of Rutger Joris VANHORN #5226 and Neeltje DIRCKS #5227).

††††††††

†††††††† John: ALIAS: Van Hoorn, Van Horne.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 88†††††††† i.†††††† Margrietje4 VANHORN #5220, born 14 March 1752 in Bergen,NJ., died 14 May 1753.

††††††††† †† 89†††††††† ii.††††† infant VANHORN #5221, died 3 January 1756 in Bergen, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Not sure if infant was a male could be female

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

22.††† Hendrick B.3 DeMOTT #5102 (Mathias2, Michiel1), born abt 7 April 1715 in Bergen, NJ., died 10 May 1802 in Pequannock,Morris, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† ALIAS: Henry , Hendrick Mattys,Demoth, DeModt

††††††††

†††††††† Hendirck came into possession of the homestaed at pompton Plains; married Janette Van Wagoner, and they had twelvechildren born at Pompton Plains on the old homestead.

††††††††

†††††††† Page 899 (top of page) History of Morris Co, NJ.History of Morris County, NJ. page 267.

††††††††

†††††††† The De Mott family came from Bergen.In 1740 Hendrick De Mott or his father purchased land on the Plains, he soon there after settled there.

††††††††

†††††††† Hendrick Inherited Pompton Plains Plantation from father, Mathias, w.p. 8 Jun 1756. Pequannock Dutch Reformed Churchyard Tombstone Dated 10 May 1802,87 yrs 1 mo 3 days ?authentic or remade after fire destroyed old church? w.p. 10 Jul 1802 will mentions wife Jannetje who died first, unamended, estate depleted. children inherited estate.

 

†††††††† He married JannetjeVanWAGENEN #5103, 30 October 1740 in Morris Co.NJ., born 13 January 1721 in Bergen, NJ. (daughter of Johannes Gerritse VanWAGENEN #5117 [1678 -†††† ] and Catelyntje Helmigsen VanHOUTEN #5118 [1685 -†††† ]), died 28 March 1800.

††††††††

†††††††† Jannetje: AKA:Van Wagonan /Janettje Van Wagoner.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 90†††††††† i.†††††† Johannes4 DeMOTT #5106, born 23 February 1743 in Pompton Plains, Morris,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth and fathers will.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Demot

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 91†††††††† ii.††††† Geese DeMOTT #5112, born 30 June 1744 in Pompton Plains, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIS: Keziah

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9W-KN

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +92†††††††† iii.†††† Garret DeMOTT #5111 born 8 March 1746.

††††††††† †† 93†††††††† iv.†††† MaragrietaDeMOTT #5104, born 4 December 1748 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Margrietje / Margaret / Demodt.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† also have her birth date as 30 Oct 1748 per Morman IGI

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† according to her Aunts Ann DeMott-Van Horn "Will" dated 4 Feb 1774, she was

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† living in Morris Conty and Prvince of East New Jersey.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +94†††††††† v.††††† MichaelDeMOTT #5114 born 15 September 1750.

††††††††† †† 95†††††††† vi.†††† Jacob DeMOTT #5113, born 1751 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9W-PC

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +96†††††††† vii.††† Hendrick DeMOTT #5105 born 10 November 1753.

††††††††† †† 97†††††††† viii.†† Cathyntje DeMOTT #5110, born 21 December 1755 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Demodt

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Morman IGI has birth date as 1 Jan 1757

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 98†††††††† ix.†††† Catlyina DeMOTT #5109, born 20 July 1757 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Catalyntje Demodt

††††††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††† Morman IGI has birth date as 14 Aug 1757 & 1 Jan 1756

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 99†††††††† x.††††† Antje DeMOTT #5108, born 3 October 1758 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Demodt

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† have 2 different birth dates. the Morman IGI has it as 21 Oct 1758

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 100††††† xi.†††† Ann DeMOTT #5116, born 1758 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9X-12

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Antje

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 101††††† xii.††† Cornelis DeMOTT #5107, born 20 September 1760 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Demodt

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 102††††† xiii.†† Helnigh DeMOTT #5115, born 1765 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9X-3D

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

25.††† Jacob3 DeMOTT #4768 (Mathias2, Michiel1), born 22 February 1720 in Bergen, NJ., died 23 August 1789 in Bergen, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† ALIAS: Demoet, Demot, Demodt, Demoth

†††††††† Jacobus is a Dutch name in English it would be written as James

††††††††

†††††††† Jacob De Mott of the English Neighborhood Englewood, Bergen County, A Tory was ordered arrested. He was a notorious Tory preacher. He probably fled to Canada temporarily.

††††††††

†††††††† SOURCE: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com posting by Lorraine Iervolino on 2 Sep 2001 (DEM HIS 009)

††††††††

†††††††† He now dewlls with all improvements. "at the place called English Neighborhood "according to his father's will dated 1755 he was left the Plantation where he Removed to Schraalenburgh, NJ after his fathers death in 1759.

 

†††††††† He married Feytje VANHOUTEN #4775, 11 October 1747 in Bergen, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† Feytje: ALIAS: Fttie Van Houte, Fytje / Sophia Van Houten

†††††††† Fytje is a Dutch name in English it would be written Sophia

†††††††† RECORDS: Marriage, and childrens birth records.

†††††††† Feytje was from Bergen, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +103††††† i.†††††† Johannes4 DeMOTT #4776 born 9 October 1749.

 

30.††† Marretie3 DeMOTT #4800 (Johannes2, Michiel1), born 6 March 1711 in Jamaica,NY., died 1790.

††††††††

†††††††† ALIAS: Maritje DeMott, D:Moth, DeMoth, De Mot, De Mote, Given nameMarritje, Mary.

††††††††

†††††††† Mary went to live with her uncle Derrick Demott who settleted in Somerset Co

†††††††† NJ. in 1731.

††††††††

†††††††† She is also mentioned in her aunt Liber DeMott Johnson Will dated 7 Jan 1747

†††††††† or 8 Queens, NY (her sister Elizabeth was also mentioned).

 

†††††††† She married Pieter MIDDAGH #5122 (son of Dirck Aertsen MIDDAGH #5120 and Catelyntje VANNEST #5121), died 1790.

††††††††

†††††††† Pieter: ALIAS: Peter / Middock / Middaugh.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 104††††† i.†††††† Dirck4 MIDDAGH #26691, born abt 1730.

††††††††† +105††††† ii.††††† Gerrit MIDDAGH #5129 born 11 June 1732.

††††††††† †† 106††††† iii.†††† Cathelyntje MIDDAGH #5130, born 25 April 1734.

††††††††† †† 107††††† iv.†††† Marritje MIDDAGH #5131, born 29 June 1736.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Marete

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +108††††† v.††††† Antje MIDDAGH #5125 born 25 December 1740.

††††††††† †† 109††††† vi.†††† Saertje MIDDAGH #5128, born 15 May 1743 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJU.

††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Sarah

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††††††††† †† 110††††† vii.††† Pieter MIDDAGH #5127, born 10 December 1746 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

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††††††††† +111††††† viii.†† Peter MIDDAGH #5126 born 27 November 1748.

††††††††† †† 112††††† ix.†††† Johannes MIDDAGH #5124, born 29 September 1751 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

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††††††††† +113††††† x.††††† Rebecca MIDDAGH #5123 born 23 June 1755.

††††††††† †† 114††††† xi.†††† Elizabeth MIDDAGH #5132, died 21 April 1821.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Andries VANFLEET #5133, born 1735 in Readington, Hunterdon, NJ. (son of Gerrit VANVLIET #26692 and Judith VANNESTE #26695), died 30 October 1817.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Andries: Andries is burried at the Wyckoff burying ground 2 miles east of Flemington NJ

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA:Van Vliet.

 

††††††††† †† 115††††† xii.††† Matthew MIDDAUGH #13277.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Margaret BRINKERHOFF #13278 (daughter of Joris BRINKERHOFF #13279 and Margriete BANTA #13280).

 

31.††† Pistronelletie3 DeMOTT #4799 (Johannes2, Michiel1), born 10 March 1713 in Jamaica,NY.

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†††††††† ALIAS: Peterche De Mote

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†††††††† another research has her married (about 1832)to Richard Green who was born about 1708 in Jamaica, Queens, NY. according to this researcher they had 2 known children:

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†††††††† 1.Elizabeth Green (born about 1733 in Jamaica, NY.)

†††††††† 2. Mary Green(born about 1735 in Jamaica, NY.)

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†††††††† SOURCE for Green info:

†††††††† Email: jerx@sbcglobal.net,

†††††††† Residence: 605 West Shawnee Street, Tahlequah OK 74464

††††††††††††††† .

 

†††††††† She married Christian SNEDECURE #11716.

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†††††††† Christian: Christian will probated 29 Nov 1715 Hempstead.

†††††††† Christian Snedecure of Hempstead. His will is dated 7 Oct 1715. To wife Peterche (DeMott) 50 francs and my farm & meadow in the further east Neck in Jamaica during her widowhood, with remainder to my daus. Williamje, Lila, Jeane, & Mary. To these four daus. 35 francs each when they are of age. To my son Andrayon my land laid out at Wayanda, and to my four sons Andrayon, Garrett, Abraham, & Issaac my land at Wayanda not yet laid out. Exrs: my three bros., John, Isaac, & Time (?) Snedecure. Wits: Hendrick Onderdonk, John Foster, Jr., & tho. Whitehead.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 116††††† i.†††††† Maryam4 SNEDECURE #13014.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE:her grandfathers Michael DeMott Will, dated 26 Aug 1781.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Mary

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††††††††† †† 117††††† ii.††††† Williamje SNEDECURE #13530.

††††††††† †† 118††††† iii.†††† Lila SNEDECURE #13531.

††††††††† †† 119††††† iv.†††† Jeane SNEDECURE #13532.

††††††††† †† 120††††† v.††††† Andrayon SNEDECURE #13533.

††††††††† †† 121††††† vi.†††† Garrett SNEDECURE #13534.

††††††††† †† 122††††† vii.††† Abraham SNEDECURE #13535.

††††††††† †† 123††††† viii.†† Issac SNEDECURE #13536.

 

32.††† Johannes3 DeMOTT #4797 (Johannes2, Michiel1), born 5 October 1714 in Jamaica,NY., died 1808.

 

†††††††† He married Mary HENDRICKSEN #17716, 13 May 1731 in Hempstead, Queens, NY. (daughter of Hendrick HENDRICKSEN #18826 [1718 - 1805] and Rachel BROUWER #18827 [1716 - 1749]), died 1783 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††††† Mary: In her father's Will; page 412.-- In the name of God, Amen, April 19, 1753, I Hendrick Hendricksen, of Hempstead, yeoman, being of perfect mind, I leave to my son Thomas, oe215. To my Johanes, oe210. To my daughter Margaret Oakley, oe40 (oe35 of which her husband James Oakley is indebted to me on a bond). To my daughter Sarah Higbie, oe40 (oe25 of which her husband John Higbie is indebted ot me on a bond). I leave to my sons Thomas and Johanes, oe50. To my daughter Mary De Mott, my bed and bestead. I leave to my sons Thomas and Johanes, a piece of woodland lying at Forsters Meadows, in Hempstead.

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†††††††† Abstract of Wills, Vol XII, 1782-1784 Page 273 (Family Tree Maker Online: Genealogy Library)

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†††††††† In her sisters Will;page 199 ---"On the 21 day of September, in the year of our Lord Christ 1772. I, Catharine Colyear, of Hempstead, in Queens County. I direct all debts to be paid, and funeral charges. I leave to my cousin Catharine Carman, daughter of Samuel Carman, Jr., my cupboard, with all pewter, and f10, when she is 18. All the rest fo my estate, real and personal, to my sister Maria, wife of John Demott. I make my brother-in-law, John De Mott, and my friend, Patrick Mottt, executors."

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†††††††† Witnesses, Stephen Powell, Samuel Van Wyck, Daniel Pine. Proved, March 6, 1780

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†††††††† In the name of God, Amen. I Marica DEMOTT, of Hempstead, Queens County, being sick and weak in body. I leave to my daughter Mary, wife of Samuel Carman, oe100, to paid by my executors. Unto my granddaughter, Mary Van Devort, oe10, payable out of my estate by my executors. The remainder of my estate, after the above legacies and funeral charges to paid. Unto my two sons, John and Jacobus Demott, in equal shares. I make my two said sons and my son-in-law, Samuel Carman, executors.

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†††††††† (NOTE.--The testator's husband, John Demott, also signs, showing his consent to this will.)

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†††††††† .

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 124††††† i.†††††† Johannes4 DeMOTT #13013, born 1733 in Jamaica, Long Island,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He was mentioned in his grand aunts will dated 7 Jan 1747 or 1748, he was

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† left 5 French franks

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††††††††† †† 125††††† ii.††††† Hendrick DeMOTT #17717, born 13 July 1735 in Jamaica,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film #1019523

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††††††††† †† 126††††† iii.†††† Abraham DeMOTT #17718, born 27 October 1737 in Jamaica,NY., died 1784/1788 in Jerusalem, Hempstead, Nassau, NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film #1019523

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Demodt

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Probablythe Private in Capt. Richard Hewlett's Co. 1758. This Abraham was probably. the same who voted to send no deputies to the Provincial Congress 1775 and in Jan 1776 apologized and promised to do nothing further to give the Patriots cause for alarm. However the British came back in control of Long Island, a Sgt. Abraham DeMott enrolled with the forces serving George III.(not unusual in L.I.); 1784 Tax Ratables Hempstead, Jerusalem dweller, worldly goods at 53 pounds. not rated 1788 or 1790 census and prob died.

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††††††††† +127††††† iv.†††† Elisabeth DeMOTT #18286 born 19 December 1740.

 

33.††† Michael3 DeMOTT #4564 (Dirck2, Michiel1), born 6 June 1710 in Jamaica,NY., died 15 June 1790 in Readington, Hunterdon,NJ.

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†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† ALIAS: Machiel

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†††††††† in the Will of his aunt Liber Johnson (De Mott) he is to receive oe5.

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†††††††† removed with his father 1730 to NJ.; Michael DeMott made his will in 1790, wp same yr. Reading Twp,Hunterdon,NJ. Mentions son, Derrick; dau. Sarah Decker, Stinety Williamson, Elizabeth DeMott, and gdau. Catherine, who was dau of son, Derrick. (NJW 7) (Hunterdon Co. est 1714 from Burlington Co. west NJ; Somerset Co. est 1688 from Middlesex Co. east NJ).

 

†††††††† He married (1) Femmetje SCHERMERHORN #17720, 5 March 1749, born abt 1714 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY., died 10 March 1792.

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†††††††† Femmetje: AKA: Steyntie / Phebe.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +128††††† i.†††††† Derick4 DeMOTT #17721 born 7 April 1751.

††††††††† †† 129††††† ii.††††† Saertje DeMOTT #17722, born 18 February 1753.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John DECKER #17725 (son of Andries DECKER #26698 and Divertje MAUL #26699).

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† John: has a brother Peter.

 

††††††††† +130††††† iii.†††† Staintje DeMOTT #17723 born 12 February 1758.

††††††††† +131††††† iv.†††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #17724.

††††††††† †† 132††††† v.††††† Jan DeMOTT #18453.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol V.

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†††††††† He married (2) WynaLANGSTRAET #23182, born in Monmouth Co. NJ. (daughter of Adriaen LANGSTRAET #26700 and Styntje JANSEN #26701).

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†††††††† Wyna: AKA: Wyntje Langenstraat.

 

34.††† Kniertie3 DeMOTT #4565 (Dirck2, Michiel1), born 7 October 1712 in Jamaica,NY.

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†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† she might of married Jan Van Nejte. film #1019523

†††††††† AKA: Kniertje.

 

†††††††† She married Jan VANNESTE #6374, 4 October 1741 in Readington,NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 133††††† i.†††††† Seartje4 VANNESTE #6376, born 4 October 1741 in Hunterdon,NJ.

††††††††† †† 134††††† ii.††††† Maryte VANNESTE #6375, born 4 December 1742 in Hunterdon,NJ.

 

35.††† Johannes3 DeMOTT #4566 (Dirck2, Michiel1), born 29 February 1716 in Jamaica,NY., died 21 August 1780? in Somerset Co.,†† NJ.

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†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† RESIDENCE: Neshanic, NJ. film #1019523

†††††††† CS NJ. DAR Patriot Index.

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†††††††† Deacon of Neshanic Church,Somerset County, NJ and elected to fill several important tasks in connection with the church; His Last Will was dated 1780 and pro. the same year., mentions his eldest son John, sons Derirk, Abraham, dau. Elizabeth Gulick, Catherine Post and 2nd wife Altye. (NJW 5:138).

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†††††††† Johannes was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church. Settled in Neshanic, Somerset County. Served as a Deacon for the church, and as a member of its building committee. The church was built on the line of his lands. Per "History of Somerset County."

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†††††††† Also seen his death date listed as 21 Jun 1777.

 

†††††††† He married (1) Elizabeth DAVIS #6378, 4 October 1739 in Neshanic, NJ., born 2 August 1717 (daughter of Peter DAVIS #13951 and wife of Peter Davis #13952), died 8 May 1763/4.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 135††††† i.†††††† Dirck4 DeMOTT #6385, born 30 December 1740 in Readington,NJ., died 14 July 1753.

††††††††† †† 136††††† ii.††††† Catherina DeMOTT #6384, born 17 November 1742 in Reanington,NJ.

††††††††† †† 137††††† iii.†††† Saertje DeMOTT #6383, born 24 September 1744 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 19 August 1765.

††††††††† +138††††† iv.†††† John DeMOTT #17730 born 3 December 1746.

††††††††† †† 139††††† v.††††† Kathryna DEMOTT #23540, born 7 January 1749.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: David Distler (1999)

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Catrina

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††††††††† +140††††† vi.†††† Abraham DeMOTT #6381 born 8 March 1751.

††††††††† †† 141††††† vii.††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #6379, born 14 February 1753 in Readington, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Think she might of married John Gulick ?

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††††††††† †† 142††††† viii.†† Maria DeMOTT #6387, born 21 July 1755 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 5 February 1777.

††††††††† +143††††† ix.†††† Dirck DeMOTT #6382 born 15 October 1757.

††††††††† †† 144††††† x.††††† Maria DeMOTT #6380, born 8 February in Hunterdon,NJ.

 

†††††††† He married (2) Altje POST #6388, 24 July 1765.

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†††††††† Altje: I got Johannes 2nd wife name from the DAR Patriot Index.

 

37.††† Laurens3 DeMOTT #340 (Dirck2, Michiel1), died 14 May 1800 in Harrodsburg, Mercer Co.,KY.

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†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte DAR # 338969

†††††††† †† Lawrence a son or Richard DeMott came to New Jersey with his parents on 25 Apr 1749 he was married to Dorothe, the daughter of Rem and Dorothe Vanderbeek They moved to Mercer County, Kentucky, about 1790 or 1792 bringing most of their family with them, except for his son Richard and his daughter Sarah who were both married and settled.

†††††††† †† Lawrence DeMott was a Revolutionary Soldier. He died in Mercer County. Served as Private, Captain Conrad Ten Eycks Company, Colonial Abraham Quick's 2nd Regiment, Somerset Co. New Jersey Militia 1776. Private Captain John Sebring's Co. Colonel Frederick Frelinghuysen's 1st Regiment, Somerset Co. New Jersey Militia, 1778. Private, Captain Sebring's Co. Colonel Frelinghuysen 1st Regiment, Somerset Co. New Jersey Militia, 1780 and served under command of Colonel Silvanus Seely. Ref: New Jersey Adjuntant Gereral's Office, Trenton New Jersey.

†††††††† †† It is not known when Lawrence DeMotte and his family left New Jersey. They may have lived for a time in Conewago, Pa., as the name DeMotte appears among the names of the Colonists there. The deed to their land in Mercer county KY.is dated 1794. In his Western home, Lawrence DeMotte continued his regligious activities. He was a signer of petition dated November 2, 1795, the Classis of the Reformed Dutch Church at New Brunswick, N.Y., a preacher in Mercer County, KY. at the Head of Salt River. His call for help was heeded and when Peter LaBagh was sent to Kentucky to Organize the Dutch settlers, and form a Church, LawrenceDeMotte was one of its members. He helped in the establishing of one

†††††††† of the first churches in Kentucky - "The Old Mud Meeting House."

†††††††† †† When Lawrence (Laurens) DeMotte moved to Kentucky he acquired a large tract of land at Cove Spring. about half way between Danville and Harrsisburg, in Mercer County. This estate was owned in common until the early part of the year 1800, when it was divided, after which some of the sons sold their shares and located in other states.

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†††††††† His Will was made out 9 August 1798 and probated May 1799.

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†††††††† WILL: In the name of God, Amen, the ninth day of August in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundren and N inety Eight, I Lawrence DeMott, Senr. of Mercer County nad State of Kentucky, being weak in body but of perfect and sound mind and memory, thanks to God for his mercies and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament. that is to say my wordly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless e in this life I give, devise and sipose of in the manner and from following--Impremise it to my will and I do order that in the first place all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied. Item it will and I do order that Martha Buice, my daughter, shall have One Hundred and Thirty acres of land lying and being in the County of Mercer and State fo Kentucky on Harrods Run, it being the same I purchased of Daniel Bulger and David Shepherd and the same where on she now lives to have the same to her during her life, that is if her daughter, Rachel deMott shall live until she arrives at the age of Eighteen years that then the said Rachel shall enter, possess and enjoy the one half of the aforesaid land to be laid off on the end that I purchased of David Shepherd and that at the death of my said daughter, Martha, the whole of the said Land shall be sold and the money arising for the said sale shall be dividedin the following, if the said Rachel or her Issue if any living at that time, shall be entitled to and receive the one half of the money arising from said sale, and the children of my daughter, Martha Buice, if any she has by her husband Nicholas Buice, shall be entitled to and receive the other half, but in case of failure of Issue on the part of Nicholas 'Buice or the death of said Rachel without Issue the whole shall be divided amongst my children to wit:Lawrence Demott, Peter Demott, Abraham Demott, John Demott, Mary Banta, and Deborah Van Nuys and their heirs or such of them as then be, but with their deducition, first there shall be paid unto my grandson, Lawrence Demot, son of my son, Derrick Demott, the sum of One Hundred pounds current money of Kentucdky, but in case there should be failure of Issue only by one of the above parties To wit, my daughter, Martha, or my granddaughter, Rachel, in that case the part which shall be left by such failure shall be paid and divided in the following manner, that is to say my grandson Lawrence Demott as above shall receive the sum of One Hundred pounds as above specified and the remainder shall be equally divided between two of my sons, Lawrence and John -- Item I will that my daughter Mary Banta shall have One Hundred and seventy-five acres of land whereon she now lives in said county and state being the same I purchased of Mr. _____ Cull and Cluyde and Alexander Buchannen, to have and to hold the same to her, her Heirs and assigns forever.

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†††††††† †† Item: I will that Deborah Van Nuys, my daughter , shall have One hundred and twenty-four acres of land whereon she now lives being parto of a tract I purchased of Mr. Thomas Maddison and which was laid off of her some time past, to have and to hold the same unto her the said Deborah van Nuyes her Heirs and assigns forever.

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†††††††† †† Item II:it is my will that Sarah Hall, my daughter, and Derrick, my son, be paid them as a Legacy by Lawerence Demott and John Demott out of their share of the Estate, the sum of Three Dollars each wehen demanded they having had their shares before this will was made.

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†††††††† †† Item: It is my will and I do hereby appoint my sons, Lawrence Demott, Peter Demott, Abraham Demott, and John Demott, Executors of this my last will and testament, and I do hereby order that no sale be made of my property what that I possess at my death but that each and all of the persons I have given the property in my lifetime shall be vested in each of the different Leggatties and I do here by revoke, disannual and disallow all other former wills and testaments and Executors by me in any ways willed and named before this time.

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†††††††† †† Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament, in witness wereof I have here unto set my Hand and seal the day and year above written.

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†††††††† Signed , Sealed, and delivered in presence of Thomas Freeman -- Cornelias A. VanArsdalen,

†††††††† Peter VanNest (his mark)†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Lawrence Demott, Sen. (seal)

†††††††† Mercer Sct.†† May County Court, 1799

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†††††††† †† The last will and testament of Lawrence DeMott, Senr. was proved by the cathe of Thomas Freeman and Cornelias

†††††††† A. VanVrsdalen, two subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recdorded, and the condicil thereon endorsed was proved the

††††††††

†††††††† SOURCE #2: Neshanic reformed Dutch church baptismal records. Nelsons Colonial

†††††††† History of New Jersey marriage records "New Jersey archives, 1st series vol 22

†††††††† Laurens Laurens DeMott Will, Mercer Co. Ky records.

††††††††

†††††††† The Neshanic New Jersey reformed Dutch Church was formed August 25, 1752. The Church was situated near the residence of Lawrence DeMott (Dirck's son)who was appointed Deacon in 1759. In 1760 Stynie DMott was a contributor.Laurens DeMott was instrumental is the building the Neshanic Church, in Somerset County, NJ in 1752

†††††††† ALIAS: Lawrence, Lourense, de Mott, D Mott.

 

†††††††† He married Dorothe VANDERBEEK #343, 25 April 1749 in Somerset Co.,NJ., born 21 January 1729 in Staten Island,NY. (daughter of Rem VANDERBEEK #4498 and Dorothy COTELEAU #4499).

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†††††††† Dorothe: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte DAR # 338969.

†††††††† SOURCE #2:THE BOOK: DeMotte and Allied Families published in 1953, written by Phoebe DeMotte Norman and Estella DeMotte Craig. Dutch records Staten Island Ny.

†††††††† AKA:van der Beek,

††††††††

†††††††† The Vanderbeek family were in this country in 1677. Originally two brothers Paul and Remsen. Paulus married May 16, 1677 to Sarah Shonten: children - Kathrina, Hester, Paulus and Rem Jense.††† Rem VanderBeek born 1695, married Dorothy Coteleau; children - Jacque, Cornelius, Deborah and Dorothy. Ref. D.A.R. Magazine, Mrs Daniel T. Campbell.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +145††††† i.†††††† Dorothy4 DeMOTT #4573 born 22 April 1750.

††††††††† +146††††† ii.††††† Sarah DeMOTT #344 born 20 October 1751.

††††††††† +147††††† iii.†††† Derrick DeMOTT #17782 born 22 July 1753.

††††††††† +148††††† iv.†††† LaurensDeMOTT #345 born 6 June 1755.

††††††††† +149††††† v.††††† Martha DeMOTT #349 born 6 August 1757.

††††††††† +150††††† vi.†††† Peter DeMOTT #348 born 11 November 1759.

††††††††† +151††††† vii.††† Deborah DeMOTT #350 born 8 October 1763.

††††††††† +152††††† viii.†† Abraham Laurens DeMOTT #346 born 19 April 1766.

††††††††† +153††††† ix.†††† Johannes DeMOTT #347 born 16 July 1769.

††††††††† +154††††† x.††††† Mary DeMOTT #351 born 1772.

 

40.††† Jacob3 DeMOTT #4571 (Dirck2, Michiel1), born in Jamaica, Long Island,NY., died ca†††† 1802 in Readington, NJ.

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†††††††† SOURCE #1: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† SOURCE #2: James DeMott. Maynard, MA. 1995

†††††††† Jacob built a farmhouse in Staton NJ. in 1757 he had 6 children, son Richard

†††††††† was the 2nd child. His will was probated 1802.

 

†††††††† He married Neeltje Elinor WYCKOFF #10225, abt 1755, born 14 September 1733 (daughter of Nicholas WYCKOFF #11862 [1699 - 1788] and Elizabeth DELGYN #11861 [1704 -†††† ]), died 1771/2.

††††††††

†††††††† Neeltje: ALAIS: Nelly/Wycokoff / Margaret.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 155††††† i.†††††† Sarah4 DeMOTT #10246, born 29 August 1756 in Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† DUTCH NAME:Saertje.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married _____ SMOCK #13020.

 

††††††††† +156††††† ii.††††† Dirck DeMOTT #10226 born 15 May 1758.

††††††††† †† 157††††† iii.†††† Marie DeMOTT #10244, born 31 August 1760 in Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† died in infancy

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 158††††† iv.†††† Neltie DeMOTT #10243, born 6 November 1768 in Hunterdon,NJ., died abt 1802.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS:Nelly,Helen / Neeltie

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +159††††† v.††††† Jacob DeMott #11859 born 18 August 1771.

††††††††† †† 160††††† vi.†††† Mariya DeMOTT #10245, born 18 May 1776 in Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALAIS:Mariya,Mary.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William SHEFER #13021.

 

41.††† Isaac3 DeMOTT #4572 (Dirck2, Michiel1), born ca. 1729 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY., died in Sussex couunty, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† AKA: D. Mott

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†††††††† Issac DeMott of Oxford Township, Sussex Co. Int Adm'rs. Richard DeMott and John Kinney. Followbondsman, William Loder: all of said place. 1782, Sep. 21 Inventory, Francs 312, made by William Loder and John.

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†††††††† Source: New Jersey Colonial Documents page 118. (Lib. 25, p. 87).

 

†††††††† He married (1) Maritje? _____ #17719, in Amwell Church, Hunterdon,NJ., born ca. 1733 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY.

††††††††

†††††††† Maritje?: AKA: Mary / Molly / Marija, Marritje / Marietje = Maria.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +161††††† i.†††††† Dirck4 DeMOTT #159 born 29 October 1758.

††††††††† †† 162††††† ii.††††† Sara DeMOTT #22545, born 25 March 1764 in Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Saara

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 163††††† iii.†††† Stenthe DeMOTT #22546, born 25 December 1765 in Hunterdon,NJ.

††††††††† †† 164††††† iv.†††† David DeMOTT #22547, born 16 October 1768 in Hunterdon,NJ.

 

†††††††† He married (2) Abigail HOOGLAND #23125, 29 August 1770 in Hunterdon,NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† Abigail: AKA: Hoagland.

 

42.††† Antje3 DeMOTT #5119 (Anthony2, Michiel1), born 24 April 1709 in Brooklyn,NY.

††††††††

†††††††† ALIAS: Ann or Anne de Mot.

 

†††††††† She married Albert VANNOSTRAND #11698, born 12 February 1695 in Wolver Holler, Long Island, NY (son of Aaron VANNOSTRAND #13031 and Altie VANSTEENWYCK #13032).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 165††††† i.†††††† Anthony4 VANNOSTRAND #13539, born 6 June 1731 in JAMAICA, NY., died 1804 in NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Noorstrant

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Family Tree Maker WFT vol 3, tree #6143

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† COMMENT: on 8 January 1804, Will Proved.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Mercy HENDRICKSEN #14006, 5 February 1771 in NY (daughter of Abraham HENDRICKSEN #14007 and wife of Abraham Hendricksen #14008).

 

††††††††† +166††††† ii.††††† Altie VANNOSTRAND #11699 born 9 November 1733.

††††††††† +167††††† iii.†††† Elsie VANNOSTRAND #11700 born 17 November 1746.

 

44.††† Michiel3 DeMOTT #4796 (Anthony2, Michiel1), born 1 June 1715 in Jamaica, Long Island,NY., died aft 1781.

††††††††

†††††††† Michiel DeMott and Dina (Blauw?)DeMott were witness at his birth.

††††††††

†††††††† Michael DEMOTT was a blacksmith (will) and as such he recorded a stock mark on the town records of Hempstead in 1767, which mark consisted of a crop of the right ear and two holes in the same (HTR 6:158). This same mark had been recorded by Anthony, his father, in 1741.// Prob. one of the Michael DeMotts who voted to send no deputies to the Provincial Congress in 1775. (REV.PAP. 1:184).// The last WILL of Michael, 1781; wp. 1783; mentions sons: John, Samuel & Abraham, t o whom were left all his lands. John recieving Smithy Tools too. and dau. Else wife of Christian SNEDECOR and her dau Maryam Snedicor, dau Mary SKIDMORE, dau Elizabeth (w. of John FOSTER), and Mariam, at the time and single. Bro. John De Mott and (son) Samuel, were exrs.; Abraham DeMott was also named exr as Samuel was ill. (NYW 12:47/8). Ref: p.18 TREDWELL's

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†††††††† WILL:

††††††††

†††††††† †† In the name of God, Amen. The Twenty sixth day of August, 1781, I Michael Demot, of Hempstead, Queens County, Blacksmith, being at this time sick and weak in body.All my just debts and funeral charges to be paid. I leave to my well-beloved son John, all my tools or utensils that I have belonging to the blacksmith's trade.Unto my beloved daughter Else, wife of Christian Snedecor, f100, to be levied out of my estate. Unto my well-beloved daughter, Mary Skidmore, f100, to be paid as my executors think her wants or needs do require. Should she died before she shall receive the whole sum, the remainder to be equally divided among her children. Unto my well-beloved daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Foster, f100. Unto my well-beloved daughter, Mariam Demot, f100 payable when she is eighteen;Also , two cows and all the household goods that were her mother's. unto my well-beloved granddaughter, Maryam Snedecor, f5 out of my moveable estate. unto my said three daughters, all my indoor household moveable(not before bequeathed), and likewise, one negro girl named Mol in equal and ratable proportion. Unto my well-beloved three sons, John, Samuel and Abraham, all my out door moveables also my houses, buildings, lands and meadows that I have and may have, to be equally divided. The remaining part of my lands and meadows and housings to be equally divided among my three sons. I make my brother John and Samuel Demot and my son-in-law, Christian Snedecor, executors.

††††††††

†††††††† Witnesses, James Everit, and Richard Hewlett and Nathen Skidmore, both of Hempstead, yeomen.

††††††††

†††††††† †† Codicil.Thistwenty-fifth day of September, 1782, I do make this codicil.Whereas, in my last will, I have given to my three sons, John, Samuel, and Abraham, all my lands to be equally divided; now whereas my said son Samuel, lieth very sick and weak in body, and in case he should die before he shall be entitled to said lands or legacies so given to him, I order thatpart which should have befallen unto him shall be equally divided between my other two sons, John and Abraham.I make my son Abraham, another executor.

††††††††

†††††††† (Same withnesses).Proved, April 7, 1783.

 

†††††††† He married Miriam DORLAND #11710, 1736 in St. Georges Church, Hempstead,NY., born 21 June 1716 in Hempstead, Queens,NY. (daughter of John DORLAND #18183 and Mary BEDELL #18184), died 1779.

††††††††

†††††††† Miriam: ALIAS: Durland / Dirlin.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 168††††† i.†††††† Mary4 DeMOTT #11713, born 1739 in Jamaica,NY.

 

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††† She married John SKIDMORE #11717, 7 June 1764 in Jamaica,NY.

 

††††††††† +169††††† ii.††††† Elisie DeMOTT #18185 born 1740.

††††††††† +170††††† iii.†††† John DeMOTT #11711 born 1741.

††††††††† †† 171††††† iv.†††† Samuel DeMOTT #11714, born 1746 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: father's Will dated 26 Aug 1781 Hempstead, NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 172††††† v.††††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #11718, born 1751 in Jamacia,NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John FOSTER #11719, 27 April 1777 in Jamaica,NY.

 

††††††††† +173††††† vi.†††† Abraham DeMOTT #11715 born 1754.

††††††††† †† 174††††† vii.††† Miriam DeMOTT #18186, born 1756 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE:Father's Will dated 26 Aug 1781 Heempstead, NY.

††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Demot

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

49.††† Michael3 DEMOTT #23539 (Machiel2, Michiel1), born 1 June 1715 in Jamaica,NY.

††††††††

†††††††† SOURCE: David Distler (1999)

†††††††† Shortly before 1750 Michael removed to Newburgh, NY. (p.37 "Hist of Newburgh, NY" by Ruttenber) where he was among those who petitioned for a patent in 1751. In 1753 he and Sarah De Mott witnessed the will of Richard Albgertson of Ulster Co., NY.

††††††††

†††††††† Michael kept a Tavern and the town meetings were occasionally held at his house. He had a number fo childrfen, among them were William, Jacobus, Isaac, who inherited the estate, consisting of several hundred acres. It passed out of his hands to a Mr. Ellis of New York.

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†††††††† p93 1764 townn officers; Michael Demott Poor MasterCodicil of Will: 25 September 1782, Hempstead, Queens, NY.

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†††††††† Michael DeMott is shown as owning a hotel in Balmville prior to the Revolutionary War. In 1764 he served as a poormater for the then town/village of Newburgh. He also is shown as a purchaser of a tract in the Harrison Patent No. 7 in 1754, which incdluded portions of the German Patent.

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†††††††† Michael & Sarah De Mott where witness on Richard Allertson of Ulster County, NY.Will. dated 14 Jun 1753

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†††††††† Not 100% sure of the children (treat as reference only).

 

†††††††† He married Sarah COLLIER #18224, 1734, born 1719 in Brunswick, Kings, NY. (daughter of Jacob COLLIER #22117 and Annetje _____ #22118), died bef 1766 in Newburgh, Orange, NY.

††††††††

†††††††† Sarah: AKA: Collier.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +175††††† i.†††††† Jacob4 DeMOTT #20275 born abt 1736.

††††††††† †† 176††††† ii.††††† Dina DeMOTT #18225, born 1738 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE:Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 177††††† iii.†††† Isaac DeMOTT #20276, born ca. 1740 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Family Search, Ancestral File. 27 Apr 1999 (FHL on line)

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† a Issac DeMott is listed on the 1785 road assessment list for Newburgh. He is a signer of the Pledge of Association in 1775. I am not sure this is the same Issac DeMott but list it here for future reference.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Eager,history of Orange County New York page 87

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† page 96 persons assessed 1785.... Isaac Demott

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† page 98 signers in Newburgh... Isaac Demott

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† page 200 concerning a tale of the Balm of Gilead Tree... supposedly 95 years old. Isaac Demott, son of the first settler of that name, who lived and kept Tavern at what is now called Balmville, at the first organnization of the town in 1763, said that the tree grew ther naturally, without being planted- that when it had grown large enough for a rail he cut it down, and used it for that purpose- that it sprouted from the root and he let it grow-that after it had grown up again an old country-man came along and told the family the name, value and medicinal properties of the tree, of which they were ignorant till then- that some years afterwards a Dr. Brown, who practicised medicine in Newburgh, hearing that there was a tree of that kind there, came and offered the family $17. to let him tap it and have the gum- that the offer was refused on the grounds that the contents of the tree were worth more than money.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† This tree is about twelve feet in circuference, and we are told by individuals who have know it 50 years that it was then a large and beautiful tree... we judge the tree to be as old again as any of the prevgious statements make it.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: some Kingston and Orange County Records: From Hugenot Society researched by Kenneth E. Hasbrouck sent in letter to Mrs. Daniel Phillips 11 March 1982)

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Sam'l W. Eager, An Outline History of Orange County, Newburgh: ST Callahan, 1846-7. (1995 reprint) page 200

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +178††††† iv.†††† Sarah DeMOTTE #20278 born abt 1740.

††††††††† †† 179††††† v.††††† Michael DeMOTT #18226, born 1741 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 180††††† vi.†††† John DeMOTT #26715, born 1743 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY.

††††††††† +181††††† vii.††† James DeMOTT #26716 born abt 1745.

††††††††† +182††††† viii.†† Annetje DeMOTT #18227 born 1749.

††††††††† †† 183††††† ix.†††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #18228, born 1751 in Newburgh, NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 184††††† x.††††† William DeMOTT #26717.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† note sure William belongs this family (needs more research)

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† see father's notes.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

50.††† Aelite3 DeMOTT #4793 (Machiel2, Michiel1), born 21 September 1718 in Jamaica, Long Island, NY, died 23 May 1805 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††††† AKA:Alice / Adelina

†††††††† I also have a bith date of 5 Jul 1720 for her, could be a baptismal date?

 

†††††††† She married Joseph PETTIT #13040, 24 December 1736.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 185††††† i.†††††† William4 PETTIT #13041.

 

51.††† John3 DeMOTT #4794 (Machiel2, Michiel1), born 1721 in Jamaica,NY., died 17 October 1808 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††††† DUTCH NAME:Jan is John in English

†††††††† John shows on the first and second U.S. census 1790 and 1800 as a resident of Hempstead his group comprised of himself, 1 white female, and 3 slaves.

 

†††††††† He married (1) Marica COLYER #26535, 09 June 1743 in Flatbush, Dutch Ch. Kings Co., NY., born 1718 (daughter of Jacob COLYER #26536 and Tryntje POLHEMUS #26537), died 1783 in Hempstead, NY.

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†††††††† Marica: AKA: Coljer

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†††††††† Abstract of 1780 Will of Marica Demott Hempstead, Queens County, NY. Proved: 10 Jul 1783

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†††††††† Source: WNYHS IV Page 273.

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†††††††† --In the name of God, Amen. I, MARICA DEMOTT, of Hempstead, Queens County, being sick and weak in body. I leave to my daughter Mary, wife of Samuel Carman, ?100, to be paid by my executors. Unto my granddaughter, Mary Van Devort, ?10, payable out of my estate by my executors. The remainder of my estate, after the above legacies and funeral charges be paid. Unto my two sons, John and Jacobus Demott, in equal shares. I make my two said sons and my son-in-law, Samuel Carman, executors.

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†††††††† [NOTE.--The testator's husband, John Demott, also signs, showing his consent to this will.]

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†††††††† Dated August 17, 1780. Witnesses, William Stilwell, Benjamin Pettit, of Hempstead, yeoman, Samuel Stilwell. Proved, July 10, 1783

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†††††††† Marica is a half sister to Sarah Colyer?

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†††††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott Jul 2003 e-mail address: ITS4Brett@aol.com.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +186††††† i.†††††† John4 DeMOTT #26544 born 27 May 1741.

††††††††† †† 187††††† ii.††††† Jacobus DeMOTT #26545, born 1752 in Flatbush RD Ch. Kings Co., NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Voted to send no deputies to the Provinical Congress 1775. Listed in the 1790 and 1800 census as a resident fo Hempstead. He was likely the father of a James and John b. abt. 1775 and this John married Mary Craft. (Tredwell)

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott Jul 2003 e-mail address: ITS4brett@aol.com

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††††††††† †† 188††††† iii.†††† Mary DeMOTT #18929, born 1754 in Hempstead, NY., died 04 July 1824 in Hempstead, NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 11 children

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Samuel CARMAN #18930, abt 1770 in Hempstead, NY., born 26 March 1749 in Hempstead, NY. (son of Benjamin CARMAN #26542 and _____ _____ #26543), died 12 April 1817 in Hempstead, NY.

 

††††††††† +189††††† iv.†††† _____ DeMOTT #26546.

 

†††††††† He married (2) Martha PEARSALL #18201, 29 November 1783 in Hempstead, Queens, NY., died 18 November 1803.

 

52.††† Anthony3 DeMOTT #11720 (Machiel2, Michiel1), born in Jamaica, Long Island,NY., died 1808 in Hempstead,Nassau,NY.

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†††††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMotte-mail address: ITS4@aol.com (Jul 2003)

†††††††† SOURCE#2: Liber DeMott Johnson Will dated 7 January 1747/8 Hempstead, Queens CO.

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†††††††† Listed as a Tory in Rev War; 1775 voted to send no deputies to the Provincial C ongress. (REV.PAPERS 1:184) In 1784 listed as owner of 550 pounds worth Real Pr operty and 150 pounds Personal Property,"the wealthiest member of the family" (Hempstead Tax lists) 1788 res South Woods 525 pounds real and personal; 1790 owned two slaves; 1800 four; Will 1806 wp.1808. TREDWELL's p.23 "Michael DeMOTT and -- Descendants"

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†††††††† 1st PROVINCIAL CONGRESS

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†††††††† New York, Dec. 21, 1775.

†††††††† WHEREAS, on the 13th inst. on information, that a number of disaffected persons in Queen's county, had been supplied with arms and ammunition, from on board the Asra ship of war, and had been arraying themselves in military manner, to oppose the measures taking by the United Colonies for the defence of their just rights and privileges, and thrown out many threatening expressions against sundry persons residing in that and the neighboring Counties: It was resolved by this Congress as their opinion, that such conduct is inimical to the common cause of the United Colonies, and ought not by any means to be suffered, but that measures should be immediately taken, to put a stop to it: And it was therefore ordered, That the inhabitants of the said County should appear by a Committee before this Congress, on Wednesday then next, at ten o'clock in the morning, to give satisfaction in the premises, with which order the said inhabitants of Queen's County have not complied. And whereas the persons above mentioned and their adherents, have opposed the election of Representatives for that County in this Congress, on a poll opened for that purpose, whereby that County remains unrepresented in this Congress. And whereas, a prevailing party prevented the election of Delegates for the County of Richmond, at a late poll there opened for that purpose; by means whereof the said County is not represented in this Congress. And whereas, the poll list for Queen's County has been returned to this Congress, whereby the persons opposing such representation as aforesaid, and appearing to this Congress, to be inimical to the interest of the United States may be ascertained.

†††††††† Resolved First, That such inimical persons as aforesaid, have been guilty of a breach of the general Association, and of an open contempt of the authority of this Congress, as effectually representing the majority of the inhabitants of this Colony.

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†††††††† Resolved Secondly, That the inhabitants of the County of Richmond, by neglecting to elect Representatives in this Congress, have been guilty of breach of the general Association.

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†††††††† Resolved Thirdly, That the Committee of the said County of Richmond, do and shall, within fifteen days after the publication hereof, return to this Congress, or the Committee of Safety, a list of the names of those who oppose a representation of the said county, in this Congress, to the end, that the Delinquents against the common cause in that county may be ascertained, and that in default thereof, the whole County of Richmond be deemed delinquent.

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†††††††† Resolved Fourthly, That the said Delinquents in the said Counties respectively, and each and every of them, be and hereby entirely put out of the protection of this Congress.

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†††††††† Resolved Fifthly, That all friendly and commercial intercourse between the said persons so put respectfully out of the protection of this Congress, and the other inhabitants of this Colony, ought to be, and the same as far as can be effected by the recommendation of this Congress, hereby is and shall continue to be totally interdicted, until further orders of this Congress, or the Committee of public Safety.

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†††††††† And to the end, That no persons may plead ignorance of the aforesaid Resolves and this Order, It is ordered, That the same, together with a list of such Delinquents as aforesaid in each of the said Counties respectively, be without delay, printed and dispersed in hand bills, and inserted in all the Newspapers of this Colony.

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†††††††† A true Copy from the Minutes,

†††††††† ROBERT BENSON, Secretary.

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†††††††† These Delinquents are not one third of the inhabitants in Queen's County, and are chiefly of the meaner sort of people, dependant upon, or under the influence of men, whom, from interested views, or worse motives, are inimical to the interests of their country.

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†††††††† LIST of the DELINQUENTS in Queen's County, mentioned in the foregoing Resolutions, December 21, 1775 of the Provincial Congress.

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†††††††† (A.) AMBERMAN Powel, Allan Daniel, Allen Robert, Allen Andrew, Allen Elias, Oysterbay, Allen John, Allen Baruck, Abrams Henry, Abrams John, Abrams Samuel, Abrams Jonas, Abrams Charles, Abrams Henry, Abrams William, Abrams Daniel, Amberman Isaac, sen., Amberman John, Amberman Isaac, Albertson Daniel, Abrams Joseph, Amberman John, Adrianse (Elbert), Adrianse Jacob, Ardin Charles, Dr.

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†††††††† (B.) Brant Van Goo(rt), Boerum Arie, Balden Thomas, Burtis Aaron, Butler Michael, Bergley Joseph, Bedal Jacob, Bedal Benjamin, Birdsall Thomas, Burtis Benjamin, Brinckerhoff Daniel, Baldwin Stephen, Burtis William, Battine David, Birdsall James, Birdsall Samuel, Birdsall Oliver, Bedal Joseph, 3d., Bedal Jonathan, Bond Peter, Bedal Silvanus, Esq., Barton Elijah, Birdsall Joseph, Balden Henry, Bogart Cornelius, Brewer Richard, Baldwen Jonathan, Bergin Tunis, Bedall Joseph, Bedell Jeremiah, Bond Peter, Bedell David, Birdsall Joshua, Bennet John, Bennet Cornelius, Brinckerhoff Tunis, Bloom Barnabas, Burgaw Richard, Bergen Luke, Bond Jacob, Burtis Elias, Bedell Silvanus, Esq., Brewer John, Burgaw Peter, Brooks David, Dr., Bergen Derrick, Bedell Timothy, Brinckerhoff George, Brinckerhoff Ernest, Betts Richard, Capt., Burtis James, jun., Burns William, Brinckerhoff Abraham, jun., Burtis Aster, Balden James, Balden George, Balden Abraham, Bedel Jacob, Bedel Abijah, Burtis James, Burtis John Miller, Burns Michael.

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†††††††† (C.) Cornelius Jonathan, Cornwell Timothy, Covert Tunis, jun., J. Cock Penn, Cornel Thomas, (Cadle) Joseph, Cock Stephen, Clowes Samuel, Esq., Cock John, Carman Samuel, O., Coomes John, Carpenter James, Clowes Gerardus, Cornwell William, Cornwell Samuel, (sons of Joseph) Carman Adam, Callas Stephen, Carman Samuel, 3d., Clement Stephen, Cornell Mott Samuel, Coomes Nathaniel, Covert Honce, C(ose)bome David, Covert Tunis, Cornel Edward, Cornel John, Carman Stephen, Carman Samuel, jun., Carman John, Cummins Luke, Coombes Thomas, Cornell William, Cornell James, Cornell Elijah, Cornell Charles, Carman Samuel, 3d., Cock William, Cornell William, 3d., Carman Benjamin, Carman Samuel, Capt., Cushow Johannes, Covert Tunis, jun., Cock Levi, Colver Harvey, Cornell Thomas, Coles Robert, Covert William, Cott Gabriel, Covert Watt, Cock Thomas, Cock Daniel, Covert Tunis, Cott Nicholas, jun., Clowes Thomas, Colden David, Esq., Cornell Whitehead, Clowes Timothy, Cornelius Moses, Coomes William.

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†††††††† (D) Dunbar Joseph, Dailey John, Ditmars Dow, Dunbar Joseph, jun., Daronen Benjamin, Duryee John, Dodge Joseph, Denton Isaac, Durling Thomas, Demott John, Demott David, Doxy Gabriel, Demott Michael, Doty Solomon, Demott Anthony, Denton Samuel, Demott Michael, Demott Jacobus, Durlin Benjamin, Durlin Joseph, Doty Samuel, Doughty Charles, Denton Isaac, Durlin Thomas, Demott Abraham, Denton Isaac, jun., Doughty Isaiah, Durling John, Durling Samuel, Durling Benjamin, jun., Davenport Lewis, Durye George, Durlin Elias, 3d., Davenport Francis, Doughty Robert, Durlin Daniel, Durye Ruluff, Doughty George, Dean Jacob, Dorland Garrit, Davenport Samuel, Durlin Benjamin, Durlin Elias, Ditmars Isaac, Doxe Archibald, Denton James, Doughty John.

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†††††††† (E) Emmons Hendrick, Eldert Luke, Elseworth John, Eldert Israel, Eldert James.

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†††††††† (F) Field Joseph, Featherby John, Featherby William, Furman Abraham, jun., Flower Harman, Flower John, Field Whitehead, Fleet Thomas, Foster Samuel, Fleet John, Featherby Thomas, Forsdyke Samuel, Furman Abraham, Flower Abraham, Fowler John, Fish Benjamin, Frost Thomas, Frost Nathaniel, Fowler Felix, Foster John, Frost William, Fish Jonathan, Flower Timothy.

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†††††††† (G) Gaulder Joseph, Golder William, Golder Garret, Gildersleave Richard, Gilderslove Jonathan, Gritman William, Golder Michael, Green Samuel, Green Richard, Golder William, Gorham Jonathan, Golden John.

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†††††††† (H) Hinchman Obadiah, Haviland Benjamin, Hewlet John, Captain; Hoagland Cornelius, Hewlet John, jun; Hicks Jacob, jun; Hicks Silas, Hutchings Thomas, Hendrickson Stephen, Hewlet Daniel, Hewlet Charles, Hewlet John, Esq; Hicks Thomas, Hulse John, Hewlet Townsend, Hughes John, Holmes John, Hageman John, Hendrickson Thomas, jun; Hart Cornelius, Hewlet Benjamin, Hewlet John, Hageman Benjamin, Haviland Joseph, Hewlet John, sen. N. Side, Hutchins Jeremiah, Hewlet Joseph, Hewlet Lawrence, Hall Reuben, Hall Daniel, Hulse Flower, Hendrickson Harman, Hallet Thomas, Hawxhurst Simeon, Hicks James, Hendrickson Hendrick, Hendrickson Daniel, Hallet Richard, Hallet James, Hall Joseph, Hall John, Hewlet George, Hall Joseph, Hall William, Haviland John, Hogland William, Hamilton Archibald, Hallet Samuel, Captain; Haviland Luke, Hicks Austin, Hageman John, Hewlet Stephen, Hewlet Benjamin, jun; Higley Nathaniel, Hicks Stephen, Hewlet Richard, Esq; Hicks Charles, Capt; Hewlet Richard, Higly John, Hendrickson Thomas, Hewlet Daniel, jun; Hauxhurst John, Hewlet William, Hoyland Albert, Higby Stephen, Hicks Jacob, Hagner Hendrick, Hewlet Thomas, Hoomes Hugh.

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†††††††† (J) Jackson Robert, Jackson David, Jackson John, jun; Johnson William, Jackson Henry, Johnson Samuel, Jackon Cornelius, Jackson Samuel, Jackson Townsend, Jones Peter, Jackson Parmonus, Jackson Jacob, Jackson Thomas, Jackson Thomas.

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†††††††† (K) Kissam Daniel, Kissam Joseph, Kissam John, Kissam Benjamin, Kip Thomas, Kerby Daniel.

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†††††††† (L) Lott Morris, Lattin Isaac, Lambertson Nicholas, Lambertson John, Lambertson Matthias, Lambertson Simon, Ludlam Joseph, Langdon Samuel, Langdon Joseph, Langdon Pearson, Langdon William, Ludlum Henry, jun; Ludlam William, Linington John, Lambertson Jacob, Losee Peter, Lesserts Lessert, Langdon William, Lagross John, Langdon Archibald, Losce Simon, Langdon Joseph, _____; Lester Benjamin, Ludlam David, Ludlow Gabriel G.; Langdon James, Ludlam Henry, Lane Tice, Langdon Richard, Langdon Samuel, Ludlam Nicholas, Ludlam Thomas, Lawrence Jacobus, Lawrence Abraham, Lewis James, Latting Garrit, Lawrence Obadiah, Lawrence Adam, Lattin Sias, Lawrence Daniel, Doctor.

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†††††††† (M) Mills Nathaniel, Moore Samuel, 3d; Mills Joshua, Matthews Ezekiel, Murray Daniel, Millar Henry, Mott Adam, Mannerec Abraham, McCown Gilbert, Mott John, Miller Cornelius, Martin John, McIntosh John, Matthews Richard, Mott Samuel, Man James, Mills Obadiah, Moore Samuel, Morrel Thomas, Moore John, jun; Moore John, sen; Marvin John, Mott Jacob, Mott Richard, Moore Nathaniel, Mitchel John, Mott Jackson, Morell Caleb, Mott John, Mills Hope, Morell John, Miller William, Monfort William, Monfort Cornelius, Mason Richard, Munsee Hendrick, McCoun Richard.

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†††††††† (N) Norstrant Luke, Norstrant Abraham, Norstrant Garret O., Norstrant Garret, Norstrant Daniel, Norstrant John, Norstrant Frederick, jun., Norstrant Garrit, Norstrant Daniel, Norstrant Peter, Norstrant Jacob, Norstrant Frederick, Norstrant Peter.

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†††††††† (O) Oldfield Joseph, Oakley John, Oak Green John.

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†††††††† (P) Polhemus John, Pettit William, Peterson Jacob, Pettit Benjamin, Pettit John, Pearsall Hezekiah, Pettit Samuel, Powell Stephen, Poole Pearse, Place James, Pettit James, junr., Pine James, Powell Amos, Pratt Jonathan, Powell Solomon, Pine Richard, Pine James, Pearson William, Pettit Adam, Pettit William, Pearsall Joseph, Palmer Philip, Pearson Henry, Pidgeon William, Pine Daniel, Peterson David, Powell Solomon, Pettit Joseph, Pettit Increase, Peters John, Pettit Michael, Pettit Samuel, Platt Philip, Pratt John, Place Richard, Pearson John, Place Thomas, Platt Uriah, Peters Hewlet Valentine, Esq; Pettit Isaac.

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†††††††† (R) Riker Jacobus, Rapalje Stephen, Robbins Richard, Rapalje Jeromus, Remsen Christopher, Roades Richard, Roades George, Rowlin Jonathan, Rapilje Cornelius, Rapilje Isaac, Robbins Jeremiah, Rearson Cornelius, Rainer John, Rapilje Martin, Rapilje Abraham, Remsen Isaac, Rapilje Daniel, Remsen Rem sen'r of Jamaica, Remson Daniel, Rhodes Amos, Rainer Elijah, Rainer Joseph, Rainer John, Rainer Henry, Rainer Joseph, Rainer Joel, Rapilje George, Riarson George, Rainer Benjamin, Rainer Jacob, Rainer Ezekiel, Rodgers Israel, Rushmore John, Remsen John, Rushmore Carmar, Rodgers Michael, Rushmore William, Remsen Rem H., Roades Anthony, Rainer Amos, Robbins Stephen, Rierson Martin, Rainer Isaac, Rierson Peter, Remsen Auris, Rinehart Jacob, Roades Timothy, Remsen John I., Robbins James, Rapilje George, Remsen Abraham, Rapilje Cornelius, Remsen Christopher, Remsen Charles.

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†††††††† (S) Smith John, (Sp's), Snedickour Joshua, Spragg William, Smith Samuel, Rockaway, Smith Jonathan, Rock., Smith Nanus, Rock., Shaw Henry, Southard Annenias, Sutton Robert, Seaman Thomas, Spragg Edward, Snidekur Barnt, Smith Richard, Seaman Solomon, Seamon Zebulon, Smith William, R. Smith Joseph, R. Smith Jonathan, jun., R. Smith Elijah, Smith Amos, Smith James, Smith Joshua, R. Smith Zebulon, R. Scott Peter, Smith Thomas, jun., O. Skidmore Nathan, Southard Silvanus, Shaw Amos, Smith Obadiah, Smith Nathaniel, Seaman John, Smalling Charles, Smith Benjamin, R. Salmons David, Smith Cornel, R. Smith Joseph, jun., R. Southard Richard, Southard Thomas, Smith Daniel, Smith Isaac, jun., Sands Pelhum, Smith Richard, Smith James Rock., Smith John, Smith Isaac, Esq., Shaw Harmon, Seaman Israel, Southard James, Seaman Ambrose, Seaman Samuel Taylor, Smith Benjamin, Smith Israel, Rock. Smith Elijah, Scott Johannes, Stites William, Spragg Elijah, Smith James, Smith Daniel, Sand John, jun., Stringham Samuel, Smith Samuel, Smith William, Smith Elias, Stivers Benjamin, Snadeker Christian, Schenk Adrian, Smith Elijah, Simondson Morris, Simondson Abraham, Simondson Charles, Suydam Henry, Schenk Nicholas, Suydam Cornelius, Seabury Adam, Stochford Thomas, Smith Samuel, Taylor, Stephens John, Smith Thomas, Oysterbay, Springsteen Casper, Sealy Israel, Smith Joseph, Smith Ludlam, Schenk John, Simmons Nehemiah, Stringham Jacob, Smith Jonathan, Snedekir John, jun., Shoal John, Newtown, Searing Jonathan, Smith Stephen, Seaman Thomas, Simondson John, Sprag John, Smith John, R. Southard John, Suydam John, Seaman Isaac, Stocker John, Cowneck, Smith R. Son of Samuel.

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†††††††† (T) Townsend Nicholas, Titus Peter, jun., Townsend John, Thurston Daniel, Townsend John, H. Townsend Richard, Tredwell Thomas, Titus John, Townsend Richard, jun., Titus Richard, Thomas Peter, Thorne Joseph, Thorne Philip, Tillet William, Townsend Abraham, Titus Edmund, Titus Timothy, Treadwell Benjamin, jun., Townsend John, Esq., Thetford William, Treadwell Benjamin, Toffey John, Treadwell Samuel, Totten Joseph, Talman John, Townsend Joseph, Townsend Nathaniel, Thurston William, Troup John, Thorne Thomas, Treadwell John, Turner James, Tattersall Richard, Townsend Timothy, Thurston John, Townsend Pewlitt, Townsend Thomas.

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†††††††† (U) Underhill Peter, Underhill Caleb, Underhill Daniel, Underhill John.

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†††††††† (V) Vanarsdalen Nicholas, Van Wyck Theodorus, Van Norstrant Jacob, Van Cott Tunis, Verity Seamans, Virito John, Valser William, Van Norstrant Cornelius, Van Norstrant John, Van Norstrant Aaron, Valentine William, Van Norstrant Aaron, H. Valentine Robert, Van Wyck Samuel, Valentine Obadiah, Verity James, Van Norstrant William, Valser Jacobus, Verity William, Van Wyck Barnt, Van Norstrant Albert, Van Norstrant Martin, Vancort John, Van Wyck Gilbert, Vanlean John, Fl. Van Wyck Eldert, Van Wyck Thomas, Van Wyck Abraham, Van Norstrant Aaron, Van Cott Nicholas, Voorhies John, Valentine Jonas, Valentine Jacamiah, Vandyne Dow, Capt. Velser William, Velser Daniel.

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†††††††† (W) Willet John, Williamson Johannis, Whitehead Daniel, Whitehead Benjamin, Williamson John, Weeks John, Weeks Joseph, O. Watts George, Waters Benjamin, Wood James, Wiggins Thomas, Wiggins Benjamin, Wiggins Richard, Weeks Isaac, Wood Samuel, Walters John, Wiggins Benajah, Weeks Townsend, Watts John, Wooliey Philip, Williams Thomas, Senior. Waters Henry, Weekes George, Wood Elijah, Weekes Ben, Weeks George, O. Willis Stephen, Waters James, Wamser Henry, Weekes Michael, Wooley Thomas, Warner Abraham, Willet Thomas, Welling William, Williams Jacob, Woodruff Jabez, Weekes John, Willet Charles, Whaley James, Weyman William, Watts Simeon, Wooley Henry, Williams William, Wiggins John, Woodruff Nathaniel, Wooley John, Capt. Weekes Edmund, Weekes George, Weekes Seaman, Willis Joseph, Woodruff Nathaniel.

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†††††††† (Y) Youngs Thomas, Youngs Daniel, Youngs Daniel, junior.

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†††††††† He married (1) Phoebe BEDELL #18192, 27 July 1747 in St. Georges Church, Hempstead,NY., born abt 1730 in Hempstead, Long Islnad, NY. (daughter of David BEDELL #26538 and _____ _____ #26539).

 

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††††††††† +190††††† i.†††††† Michael4 DeMOTT #18193 born 1749.

††††††††† †† 191††††† ii.††††† Phoebe DeMOTT #18194, born 1754 in Hempstead,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Her fathers will dated 1806 and probated 1808

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Phebe.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married _____ PECK #27167.

 

††††††††† +192††††† iii.†††† Nancy Ann DeMOTT #18195 born 12 November 1755.

††††††††† +193††††† iv.†††† Anthony DeMOTT #18197.

††††††††† †† 194††††† v.††††† Marium DeMOTT #18198, born 1771 in Jamaica,NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

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†††††††† He married (2) Phebe REMSEN #22120, 25 May 1770 in NY., born abt 1733 in NY. (daughter of Auries RAMSEN #26540 and Jannetje RAPPALJE #26541).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 195††††† vi.†††† Miriam DeMOTT #22846.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married _____ COMBS #22847.

 

††††††††† †† 196††††† vii.††† _____ DeMOTT #26662.

 

†††††††† He married (3) Hannah BARKER #22121, 15 January 1786.

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†††††††† Hannah: a widow at time of marriage to Antohony DeMott.

 

58.††† Phoebe3 FEARDON #11694 (Elizabeth2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 1727 in Tappan, Orange, NY.

 

†††††††† She married John MABEE #11695, 1747 in Tappan, Rockland, NY,, born 30 January 1724 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ., died 1772 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ.

 

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††††††††† †† 197††††† i.†††††† Maria Polly4 MABIE #11696, born 03 September 1754 in Mohawk Valley, NY., died 1790 in Mohawk Valley, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married George HOUSE #11697.

 

††††††††† †† 198††††† ii.††††† Stephen MABEE #11709, born 1760 in NY.

††††††††† †† 199††††† iii.†††† Amy MABEY #11712, born in 1762.

††††††††† †† 200††††† iv.†††† Peter MABEE #11881, born 05 August 1764 in Schenectady, NY., died 04 February 1839 in Gaspe, Quebec, Canada.

††††††††† †† 201††††† v.††††† Joseph MABEE #12694, died 1816 in North Castle, Westchester, NY.

††††††††† †† 202††††† vi.†††† Effie MABEY #12766, born 1764 in Phillipsburgh, Westchester, NY., died 1820 in Roxbury, Delaware, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Jacob CRAFT #13016, born 1752, died 1846.

 

††††††††† †† 203††††† vii.††† Fanny MABEE #12977.

††††††††† †† 204††††† viii.†† Isaac MABEE #12978, born 1766, died 27 May 1814.

††††††††† †† 205††††† ix.†††† Sarah MEBEE #12979, born 1768, died 1815.

 

 

Generation Four

 

62.††† Hendrick M.4 ATEN #15726 (Adrian Hendrickse3, Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 4 September 1723 in Somerset, PA., died 14 August 1773 in Upper Mt. Bethel, Northampton, PA.

††††††††

†††††††† Grave stone shows date of bireth as 4 Sep 1723 and death as 10 May 1780

†††††††† Farmer and ferry operator at Delaware river and buried near Mt. Bethel. Henrdrick owned and occupied a large farm just south of Dirck near Easton, PA.. He was a blacksmith and a farmer and accumulated a large estate.

 

†††††††† He married Mary BELLAS #15735, 21 April 1753 in Eastonj, Northampton, PA., born 1723 in NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 206††††† i.†††††† Hendrick5 ATEN #15736, born 1757.

††††††††† †† 207††††† ii.††††† Thomas ATEN #15737, born 1760.

††††††††† †† 208††††† iii.†††† Mary ATEN #15738, born 1763.

††††††††† +209††††† iv.†††† John J. ATEN #15739 born 10 June 1765.

††††††††† †† 210††††† v.††††† Sarah ATEN #15740, born 1770.

††††††††† †† 211††††† vi.†††† George ATEN #15741, born 1771.

 

81.††† Samuel4 RAYNOR #13923 (Elizabeth3 ATEN, Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 25 March 1733 in Jamaica,NY., died April 1788 in Warwick, Orange Co.,NY.

 

†††††††† He married Elizabeth HIGBEE #13931, 4 June 1753 in NY, born 1733 (daughter of Nathaniel HIGBY #13932 and wife of Nathaniel Higby #13933), died 1810 in New Windsor, Orange Co, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 212††††† i.†††††† Garret5 RAYNOR #13934, born 29 December 1754 in Flatbush, NY.

††††††††† †† 213††††† ii.††††† _____ RAYNOR #13938, born 1756.

††††††††† †† 214††††† iii.†††† William C. RAYNOR #13935, born 12 December 1759 in Fishkill, Dutchess Co.,NY., died 6 April 1846 in Chester, Orange Co, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Susanna Goldsmith WISNER #13942, 26 August 1786.

 

††††††††† †† 215††††† iv.†††† Samuel RAYNOR #13936, born 1761 in Warwick, Orange Co, NY, died 11 May 1848.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Fanny BROWN #13943, 11 May 1848.

 

††††††††† †† 216††††† v.††††† Sarah RAYNOR #13937, born 1765 in Warwick, Orange Co, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Crynes LaROE #13944.

 

††††††††† +217††††† vi.†††† Amy RAYNOR #14131 born 1768.

††††††††† †† 218††††† vii.††† Jemina RAYNOR #13939, born 1771 in Warwick, Orange Co, NY.

††††††††† †† 219††††† viii.†† Elizabeth RAYNOR #13940, born 1773 in Warwick, Orange Co, NY.

††††††††† †† 220††††† ix.†††† Mary RAYNOR #13941, born 1776.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married David VANBUSKIRK #13946.

 

92.††† Garret4 DeMOTT #5111 (Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 8 March 1746 in Pompton Plaine, Morris,NJ., died 1819.

††††††††

†††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9W-LT.

†††††††† ALIAS: Garrit Demot.

 

†††††††† He married (1) Gertrude VANWAGENAM #13037, abt 1771 in Pequannock, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† Gertrude: AKA: Van Wagonen.

 

††††††††

†††††††† He married (2) Mary W. WESTERVELT #17543.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +221††††† i.†††††† Henry G.5 DeMOTT #17544 born 13 March 1803.

††††††††† +222††††† ii.††††† Garrett G. DeMOTT #17545 born 21 June 1805.

 

94.††† Michael4 DeMOTT #5114 (Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 15 September 1750 in Pompton Plains,NJ., died 27 May 1832 in Bergen Co., NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† RECORDS: LDS # AFN:HR9W-N6

†††††††† AKA: Machiel de Mot.

 

†††††††† He married Maria MANDEVILLE #17560, in Pompton Plains.,NJ., born 18 June 1763 in Hudson Co.,NJ., died 7 September 1854.

††††††††

†††††††† Maria: AKA: Marreytye/ Margaret Manderviel

†††††††† she from Pompton, Plains.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +223††††† i.†††††† Henry M.5 DeMOTT #13051 born 15 October 1784.

††††††††† +224††††† ii.††††† George DeMOTT #13046 born 1 June 1787.

††††††††† +225††††† iii.†††† Garret DeMOTT #13045 born 4 November 1789.

††††††††† †† 226††††† iv.†††† Johannes DeMOTT #17561, born 8 July 1792 in Pompton, Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† died in childhood

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: John

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +227††††† v.††††† Margaret DeMOTT #13048 born 27 March 1795.

††††††††† †† 228††††† vi.†††† Jannettje DeMOTT #13047, born 31 December 1797 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† NICKNAME: Jane.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Peter Edo MERSELES #13052, 22 May 1822 in Bergen Co.,NJ.

 

††††††††† †† 229††††† vii.††† Maria DeMOTT #13049, born 23 April 1802 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married James CADMUS #13054.

 

††††††††† †† 230††††† viii.†† Catherine DeMOTT #13050, born 6 May 1807 in Pompton, Plains, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA:Cathalina

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children for Cathalina DeMott and Richard Cadmus

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† John Henry Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Cathalina Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Mary Elizabeth Cadmus

††††††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††† Margaret Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Cathalina Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Richard Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† George Cadmus

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† James R. Cadmus.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Richard CADMUS #13055, 24 April 1827, born 22 November 1803 (son of Casparus CADMUS #10046 and Catlyntje DODD #10100), died 16 October 1873.

 

96.††† Hendrick4 DeMOTT #5105 (Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 10 November 1753 in Pompton Plains, NJ., died 2 November 1834.

††††††††

†††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

†††††††† AKA: Henry De Mote / Demodt / Demot

†††††††† Hendirck came into possession of the homestaed at pompton Plains; married Janette Van Wagoner, and they had twelvechildren born at Pompton Plains on the old homestead.

††††††††

†††††††† Page 899 (top of page) History of Morris Co, NJ.History of Morris County, NJ. page 267.

††††††††

†††††††† The De Mott family came from Bergen, and at a later date still; in 1740 Hendrick De Mott or his father purchased land on the Plains, he soon there after settled there.

††††††††

†††††††† .

 

†††††††† He married Elisabeth MANDEVIL #13500, 16 July 1785 in Pompton Plains, NJ., born 13 September 1765 in Pomton Plains, NJ. (daughter of Johannis MANDEVIL #13501 [1739 -†††† ] and Claasje _____ #13502 [1742 -†††† ]), died 15 September 1858 in Pompton Plains, NJ.

††††††††

†††††††† Elisabeth: witness at her birth: Pieter ad maria Mandevil.

†††††††† AKA: Mandaville /Mandeville.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +231††††† i.†††††† Hendrick5 DeMOTT #13503 born 21 July 1787.

††††††††† +232††††† ii.††††† John H. DeMOTT #13504 born 18 February 1789.

††††††††† +233††††† iii.†††† Garret Hendrick DeMOTT #13505 born 1 September 1794.

††††††††† †† 234††††† iv.†††† Clarisa DeMOTT #13506, born 25 July 1797 in Pompton Plains, Morris CO., NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Nicholase was baptised at the Montville Reformed Dutch Church as Closhe, and

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† at the time of her marriage her name was entered in the Bible as Clarisa.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Nicholase / Closhe

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Nicholase in Dutch is the female name for Nicholas.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Abraham HENNION #13513, 4 November 1815.

 

††††††††† +235††††† v.††††† Michael DeMOTT #13507 born 14 December 1799.

††††††††† +236††††† vi.†††† Giles DeMOTT #13508 born 10 September 1802.

††††††††† +237††††† vii.††† Jacob DeMOTT #13509 born 8 March 1805.

 

103.††† Johannes4 DeMOTT #4776 (Jacob3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 9 October 1749 in Schraalenburg, Bergen Co.,NJ., died 1832.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Hartman Blinkerhof and wife were witness at his baptismal.

††††††††††† SOURCE: Marriage record and DAR Patroit index page 187

††††††††††† NJ. military

††††††††††† John De Mott, son of Jacob also resided at English Neighborhood, now Walton, and built a Grist and Saw Mill there, which he carried on during his life.

††††††††††† saw mill.

 

††††††††††† He married Fransinia RULOFFSON #4777, 29 April 1769 in Bergen, NJ., born 1748, died 1830.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Fransinia: ALIAS: Syntei / Martise / Cyntie Roelofse /

††††††††††† SOURCE: New Jersy marriage 1665 to 1880 page 105.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +238††††† i.†††††† Jacob5 DeMOTT #4787 born 15 March 1770.

††††††††† +239††††† ii.††††† Hendreck DeMOTT #4781 born 16 October 1771.

††††††††† †† 240††††† iii.†††† Maite DeMOTT #4784, born 18 October 1775 in Schrralenburg, Bergen Co., NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Martie Roelefse and wife were witness ant her baptismal.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ENGLISH NAME: Martin

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +241††††† iv.†††† Fytei DeMOTT #4783 born 18 March 1781.

††††††††† +242††††† v.††††† Martin DeMOTT #4782 born 12 May 1783.

††††††††† †† 243††††† vi.†††† Joannes DeMOTT #4780, born 7 February 1786 in Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Not 100% sure that Joannes belongs to this family.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 244††††† vii.††† Cyerretje DeMOTT #4779, born 28 August 1788 in Schraalenburg, Bergen Co., NJ.

††††††††† +245††††† viii.†† Jacob J. DeMOTT #4789 born 10 March 1794.

 

105.††† Gerrit4 MIDDAGH #5129 (Marretie3 DeMOTT, Johannes2, Michiel1), born 11 June 1732 in Readington,NJ., died 1810 in Northampton county, PA.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††† Married as Garatt Middagh Gentleman.

 

††††††††††† He married Neltije VANVLIET #5134, 24 April 1760 (daughter of Gerrit VANVLIET #26692 and Judith VANVNESTE #26693).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +246††††† i.†††††† Mary5 MIDDAGH #5135 born 1761.

††††††††† †† 247††††† ii.††††† Nelitie MIDDAGH #5136.

††††††††† +248††††† iii.†††† Elizabeth MIDDAGH #5137 born abt††† 1772.

 

108.††† Antje4 MIDDAGH #5125 (Marretie3 DeMOTT, Johannes2, Michiel1), born 25 December 1740 in Readington,NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† in 1778-1790 she still bore the surname of Middagh and was presumably not

††††††††††† married through it is barley possibe that she married a Middagh cousin ? if

††††††††††† so the contributor cannot suggest his identity.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +249††††† i.†††††† John5 MIDDAGH #5273 born 18 October 1759.

 

111.††† Peter4 MIDDAGH #5126 (Marretie3 DeMOTT, Johannes2, Michiel1), born 27 November 1748 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 28 October 1829 in Lower Mt. Bethel, Northampton Co., PA.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† RECORDS: Birth

††††††††††† Peter moved to PA when he was 16 years old he was a 1st LT. in 1776.

 

††††††††††† He married Mary MASON #5147 (daughter of Francis MASON #5154 and Esther MARTIN #5155).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +250††††† i.†††††† John5 MIDDAGH #5148 born 12 May 1779.

††††††††† †† 251††††† ii.††††† Sarah MIDDAGH #5149, born 3 February 1781, died June 1848.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Sarah is burried in the Shaunee cem in Monroe county PA. She was the 2nd wife

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† of George Bush.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +252††††† iii.†††† Thomas MIDDAGH #5150 born abt††† 1782.

††††††††† +253††††† iv.†††† Jane MIDDAGH #5151 born 11 October 1785.

††††††††† †† 254††††† v.††††† Esther MIDDAGH #5152, died bf††† 1830.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William FARROW #5159.

 

††††††††† +255††††† vi.†††† James D. MIDDAGH #5153 born 26 April 1793.

 

113.††† Rebecca4 MIDDAGH #5123 (Marretie3 DeMOTT, Johannes2, Michiel1), born 23 June 1755 in Amwell township, Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† AKA: Margaret.

 

††††††††††† She married Benjamin VANATTA #5163, born 12 April 1753 in Oxford Township, NJ. (son of Thomas VANATTA #5171 and wife of Thomas VanAtta #5172).

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Benjamin: ALIAS; Van Etten, Van Eette.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 256††††† i.†††††† Peter5 VANATTA #5165.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Charity FLEET #5173, 14 April 1802.

††††††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Charity: ALIAS: Van Fleet.

 

††††††††† †† 257††††† ii.††††† Marietta VANATTA #5166.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Christopher SMITH #5174.

 

††††††††† +258††††† iii.†††† Thomas VANATTA #5167.

††††††††† †† 259††††† iv.†††† John VANATTA #5168, born 1 November 1782 in Oxford Twp., died 7 March 1862.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† They had 10 children.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Elizabeth ALBRIGHT #5176, born 16 August 1787, died 1 September 1879.

 

††††††††† †† 260††††† v.††††† Elisabeth VANATTA #5169.

††††††††† +261††††† vi.†††† Isaac VANATTA #5170 born 12 September 1791.

 

127.††† Elisabeth4 DeMOTT #18286 (Johannes3, Johannes2, Michiel1), born 19 December 1740 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film 1019523.

 

††††††††††† She married Thomas STOCKFORD #9485, 11 April 1762 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY., born abt 1740.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Thomas: Thomas Stockford was a Loyalist who fled Long Island in 1783 to settle in what became New Brunswick, Canada. He and his wife were married in St. George's Episcopalian Church on Front Street in Hempstead, Nassau, Long Island.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 262††††† i.†††††† Abraham5 STOCKFORD #9516, born 1766 in Long Island, NY., died in Rockland, Windsor, Carleton, Canada.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Nancy _____ #9592.

 

††††††††† †† 263††††† ii.††††† Lambert STOCKFORD #9836, born 12 January 1772 in Hempstead, Nassau, Long Island, NY., died 12 March 1853 in New Brunswick, Canada.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married _____ SANDBURN #9919.

 

††††††††† †† 264††††† iii.†††† George STOCKFORD #9920, born 1785 in Hampstead, Queens, NB, Canada.

 

128.††† Derick4 DeMOTT #17721 (Michael3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 7 April 1751, died 23 May 1819 in Reading Twp, Hunterdon County, NJ.

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††††††††††† AKA: Dirck.

 

††††††††††† He married Martha SNEDEKER #23294, 11 November 1780 in Hunterdon,NJ., born 13 August 1756 in Long Island, NY. (daughter of John SNEDEKER #23295 and Leah SIMONSON #23296), died 2 November 1824 in Readington Twp, NJ.

 

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††††††††† †† 265††††† i.†††††† Catherine5 DeMOTT #18339.

††††††††† †† 266††††† ii.††††† Leah DeMOTT #23297, born 19 November 1783, died 20 August 1848.

††††††††† †† 267††††† iii.†††† Martha DeMOTT #23298, born 28 October 1787 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 26 October 1824.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John MATTIS #23307.

 

††††††††† †† 268††††† iv.†††† John DeMOTT #23300, born February 1792 in Hunterdon,NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Anne MATTIS #23308.

 

††††††††† †† 269††††† v.††††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #23301, born 5 October 1794 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 1880.

††††††††† †† 270††††† vi.†††† Michael DeMOTT #23299, born 30 November 1797 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 13 July 1841.

 

130.††† Staintje4 DeMOTT #17723 (Michael3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 12 February 1758, died abt 1808.

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††††††††††† AKA: Stintje.

 

††††††††††† She married Cornelius WILLIAMSON #17726, born in Readington, NJ. (son of Samuel WILLIAMSON #17727 and Margrietje DeHART #17728).

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††††††††††† Cornelius: Cornelius Williamson served as a private in the New Jersey Militia.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +271††††† i.†††††† William5 WILLIAMSON #18566 born abt 1780.

††††††††† †† 272††††† ii.††††† John WILLIAMSON #18293, born 8 January 1786.

††††††††† †† 273††††† iii.†††† Anne WILLIAMSON #18242, born 14 December 1788 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film records for Huntedon, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married George D. SCHOMP #18342.

 

††††††††† †† 274††††† iv.†††† Abraham WILLIAMSON #18294, born 2 June 1791.

††††††††† †† 275††††† v.††††† Mary WILLIAMSON #18243, born 7 February 1793 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film records for Hunterdon, NJ.

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††††††††† †† 276††††† vi.†††† Cornelius WILLIAMSON #18245, born 8 November 1795 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film records for Hunterdon, NJ.

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††††††††† †† 277††††† vii.††† Richard WILLIAMSON #18244, born 16 December 1797 in Hunterdon,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film records for Hunterdon, NJ.

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131.††† Elizabeth4 DeMOTT #17724 (Michael3, Dirck2, Michiel1).

 

††††††††††† She married _____AUTON #17729.

 

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††††††††† †† 278††††† i.†††††† William5 AUTON #18340.

††††††††† †† 279††††† ii.††††† Jacob AUTON #18341.

 

138.††† John4 DeMOTT #17730 (Johannes3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 3 December 1746 in Neshanic, Somerset Co.,NJ., died 1 May 1834.

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††††††††††† The French farm subsequently came into the possession of James Parker, and in 1799 John DeMott father of Henry V. DeMott now of Middlebush, moved on it and farmed it for eleven years. The son, henry, was an industrious boy at thirteen years of age when they went there and remembers plowing on all hte hills on which the College and seminary buildings now stand, and all the fields north of frech street, from the river to the Mile-Run brook; also of waling in part of the tunnel still open.

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††††††††††† From the Somerset Historical Quarterly Vol IV. page 21.

 

††††††††††† He married Catherine VROOM #17731, 7 January 1773 in New Brunwick,NJ., born 17 February 1750 (daughter of _____ _____ #27294 and Hendrick VROOM #27293), died 13 February 1836.

 

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††††††††† †† 280††††† i.†††††† John J.5 DeMOTT #17732, born 1773 in Neshanic, Somerset Co.,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† moved to Georgia and was married in St. Marys then went to Florida and died

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† there; his family returned to St. Marys GA.

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††††††††† †† 281††††† ii.††††† Charity DeMOTT #27295, born 19 February 1776, died 27 October 1852.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John SUYDAM #27296.

 

††††††††† †† 282††††† iii.†††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #17733, born 10 March 1779 in Neshanic, Somerset Co.NJ., died 24 December 1860.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (1) Philip OAKEY #27297.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (2) Aaronb VANNOSTRAND #27298.

 

††††††††† +283††††† iv.†††† Hendrick Vroom DeMOTT #17734 born 2 July 1786.

††††††††† †† 284††††† v.††††† Catherine DeMOTT #27299, born 23 January 1789, died 26 March 1855.

††††††††† +285††††† vi.†††† Peter DeMOTT #17735 born 18 May 1792.

 

140.††† Abraham4 DeMOTT #6381 (Johannes3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 8 March 1751 in Readington,NJ., died 9 January 1834 in Ovid, Seneca Co, NY.

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††††††††††† Abraham born 8 Mar 1751 was in the Rev War PVT NJ.

††††††††††† Married 1st to Hannah and 2nd to Christianah Van Allen

††††††††††† As of this date: May 10, 2007, the identity of "Mary", wife of Aquilla Attix, (the second), is quite uncertain, but a logical deduction can be made. At Ovid, Seneca County, New York, nearby where Aquilla Attix (the third) and his wife, Rebecca, lived with their family, was Abram (or Abraham) DeMott (1751-1834), on Military Lot Number 9. Abram with his two sons, James and John, came from New Jersey in 1793. James became known as "Judge DeMott". John was the founder of Lodi Village, operating a store at what was first called "DeMott's Corners". General John DeMott (1790-1870), married Mary Ann Halsey, the daughter of Doctor Silas Halsey, and his second wife, Hannah Jones Howell, of Ovid. Aquilla (the third) and Rebecca named a son "James DeMott Attix" (1825-1898). If tradition in the family runs true, there would have been an ancestor with the surname "DeMott". Abram DeMott's father was Johannas DeMott, third generation Huguenots from France. Abram had a sister "Maria" DeMott, born February 8, 1758, making her the same age as this Aquilla (the second). I have found no marriage for "Maria" DeMott, but she could be the "Mary", wife of Aquilla (the second). She would then be the grandmother of James DeMott Attix; and Abram DeMott of Ovid would be the uncle of his neighbor, Aquilla Attix (the third). Abram DeMott, and his wife Hannah VanDorn had son, James DeMott, who, like Aquilla, served in the War of 1812. These could have been cousins serving in the same conflict, providing introduction for Aquilla Attix, into the new land in Seneca County.

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††††††††††† Information/question from: Harry A. Tatro

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††††††††††† He married Christina VANALLEN #13953.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +286††††† i.†††††† Elisabeth5 DeMOTT #13956 born 3 March 1778.

 

143.††† Dirck4 DeMOTT #6382 (Johannes3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 15 October 1757 in Readington,NJ.

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††††††††††† FHL on line IGI has Dirck mother's name as Elizabeth (Batch No. 7814302).

 

††††††††††† He married Sarah _____ #17757, in Neshanic, Somerset Co.,NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 287††††† i.†††††† Elisabeth5 DeMOTT #17758, born 9 December 1779 in Neshanic, NJ.

††††††††† †† 288††††† ii.††††† Garret Garrisen DeMOTT #17759, born 1781 in Neshanic,NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA:Gerit Gerisen

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††††††††† †† 289††††† iii.†††† Johannes DeMOTT #17760, born 13 July 1783 in Neshanic, NJ.

††††††††† †† 290††††† iv.†††† Sara DeMOTT #18343, born 16 April 1786.

 

145.††† Dorothy4 DeMOTT #4573 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 22 April 1750.

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††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††† AKA: Dortie / Dortitte Verbryck / Verbryk.

 

††††††††††† She married William VERBRIKE #22531.

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††††††††††† William: AKA: Wyllhelmus Verbryck

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††††††††††† William Verbryck was born in Monmouth County, NJ and christened in the Dutch Reform Church of Freehold and Middletown in 1738.He moved to the Neshanic Church in Hillsborough, Somerset County, NJ in 1752, at the age of 14, when the Neshanic congregation was formed, with his father, Bernardus Verbryck and Abraham Dubois as elders, and Johannes De Mott and William Low as deacons.Subsequently, he is found on the church records as doing various jobs.

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††††††††††† He married Dorothy DeMott by 1767 and had two children with her and then Dorothy must have died.His son Lawrence Verbryck was very close to his grandparents and may have gone to live with them after the death of his mother.

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††††††††††† In 1773 William was nominated to be Justice of the Peace in Somerset County, NJ, a position he seems to have held through 1779 when the "Meeting of the Board of Justices and Freeholders for Hillsborough" met at his home. (1)

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††††††††††† He fought in the Revolution starting in 1776.His widow in 1837 when applying for a pension, stated, "William Verbrycke entered the Military Service in the Revolutionary War previous to their intermarriage, but how long before she does not know.He was acting in the capacity and held a commission of captain at the time of the marriage, and was afterwards promoted to a Major, which latter office, he held at the close of the War.."Later she recalls a "skirmish at Millstone, the latter of which was only twelve miles from our residence.Owing as she was then informed of the activity of her husband in the service an attempt was made by some British troops to surprise and take her husband prisoner whilst he was at home.He, however, made his escape and our house was plundered by them of many articles of property."(2)

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††††††††††† John Tuney giving deposition in the same application states, "he distinctly recalls that the British made an effort to take the Captain prisoner by attacking his house in the night, but the Captain made his escape and went over to his father-in-laws Mr Lows and took with him his little son."A description of his military service can be seen below.(2)

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††††††††††† Peter Carmine was living with Capt. Verbryck at the time of the Declaration of Independent. In his own application for pension she gives oath,"He was living in the family Wm verbryck and acting as a clerk for him in his store.""He continued to live with Verbryck two or three years after the marriage."John Tuney also gave testimony in the application for Peter Carmine for a Revolutionary War Pension."This Deponent recollect that the British came to the house of s'd Carmine after Capt. Verbryck and R. Tuson (sp?) and plundered and took Blankets & Knapsacks and filled their canteens with rum, and threatened to kill the s'd Carmine."

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††††††††††† Before and after the war, William Verbryck was an Innkeeper with a tavern/store.†† On May 6, 1778 he advertised, "To The Publick†††† Any person that has a good Brewing-Kettle that will hold about eight or ten barrels, to dispose of, and will please to acquaint the subscriber living at New Shannock, in the county of Somerset and State of New Jersey, with his name and place of abode, will meet with a willing pruchaser." (3) We know he was also a storekeeper because in 1784 he gave an affidavit as a storekeeper. (16)Earlier in 1784, "'Gt. Garison (Garret Garretson and William) Vr Brieck' were charged on 13 January 1784 'for keeping an unlawful house.' Wm Post and Bornt Rynierson were served a subpoena to testify in the case." (4)

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††††††††††† The same year, 1784, William and Rebecca sold land lying between Dirk Low and Garret Garretsen's line and close to Cornelius Petersen and Joseph Van Doren to Archibald Mercer for 569 pounds. (5)In the tax records for that year William Verbryck is paying taxes on"8 whites, 7 slaves and 150 acres. 5 horses; 8 cattle; merchant; 1 brewery."

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††††††††††† Then the economic problems began.In 1787 William is being sued for 1645 pounds,money he owed toThomas Lowry of Alexandria, Hunterdon County, NJ. (6)†† He owed Archibald Mercer 35 pounds in 1789. (7)†† Also in 1789 he is being sued by (his cousin) Bernardus Verbrycke of Bergen County, NJ for 165 pounds of debt. (8)†† Also in 1789 William and John Verbryck are fighting repaying a debt of 400 pounds to William Neilsen of New York City. (9)Then on January 10, 1792 "The creditors of William Verbryck and William Young, insolvent debtors, are to meet with judges of the Somerset County court of Common Pleas on 25 January at the house of Mr. John Bennet, innkeeper at Millstone."(16)

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††††††††††† The Revolutionary War had just ended and, as stated above, William had lost some property during the War. He put in for reparations for damages suffered from the British. (10)

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††††††††††† William Verbryck stayed on the tax records of Hillsborough through 1797.However, his daughter, Dorothy went to Mercer Co., KY about this time and married Lawrence DeMott in 1798 in Mercer Co.Her half-brother, Lawrence Verbryck, testified as to her age, so it seems that her parents were not in Kentucky.In 1802 William and Rebecca Verbryck sold some land in Hillsborough together including all houses, barns, orchards, fences, etcfor $400. (11)In 1804 William Verbryck released his wife's share of the estate as daughter of Dirk Low, dec'd. (12)The inventory of Dec 24, 1802 for Dirk Low showed a value of "3,033.12.6 pounds and 742 pounds on account of money advanced by Dirk Low, dec's to Gilbert Low and William Verbryck by payment of demands against them. (13)

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††††††††††† Rebecca Verbryck was a witness to the will of Jacobus Van Nuys on Nov 8, 1805. (13)Judith Verbryck, daughter of William and Rebecca was married in Somerset County in 1808.All this indicates that William and Rebecca were most likely still in Somerset County as late as 1808.And then on April 26, 1814 William Verbryck and Martin Schenck were witnesses in a deed of "Conrelius Van Doren, of Bridgewater, Somerset Co., NJ to Simon Wyckoff of Franklin township." (17)This seems to place William Verbryck still in Somerset County, NJ as late as 1814.

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††††††††††† A William Verbryck first shows up on the tax records of Mercer County, KY in 1811 paying taxes on 203 acres on Harrod Run with one white male over 21, 5 blacks and 1 horse.This, most likelly however, is the son William Verbryck, who had just turned 25.Subsequently this William Verbryck is paying on 4 acres of land.Then in 1816 a John Verbryck starts paying taxes on 4 acres of land.

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††††††††††† In 1814 George J Hall of Mercer County and State of Kentucky appointed William Verbryck "of the same County & State" his lawful attorney to make claim to "which I am entitled as the son and one of the children of John Hall late of Somerset County." (14) This would imply that William Verbryck and his wife Rebecca had already moved to Mercer County. Or perhaps he was referring to William's son, William Verbryck who was already in Mercer Co., KY

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††††††††††† William's daughter, Judith Verbryck Nevius, moved to Mercer County, KY around 1816.According to her daughter when referring to Isaac Nevius, husband of Judith Verbryck,"He had no relations in the West, but his wife (Judith Verbryck) had two brothers and one sister at Cove Springs."(15) Judith's brothers William Verbryck and John Verbryck and sister Dorothy Verbryck Demott were already in Mercer County.Apparently the parents, William and Rebecca were still back in Hillsborough or may have been travelling with them to Mercer Co., KY

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††††††††††† So, it is difficult to say exactly when William moved to Ky.However, in the 1819 tax records for Mercer County, KY there are two men named William Verbryck paying taxes, most likely this William Verbryck and his son.

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††††††††††† SOURCES:

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††††††††††† (1)Minutes of the Meeting of the Justices and Chosen Freeholders for the County of Somerset.May 13, 1772 to September 2, 1822pg 25

††††††††††† (2)Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900††† W8799

††††††††††† ††††† "He was a Captain in Colonel Abraham Quick's New Jersey regiment on July 1, 1776, he was promoted on June 6, 177, 2nd Major of the 2nd Battalion, somerset County, militia, and on September 9, 1777, was commissioned 1st Major in that same battalion; during these periods of serivce, he was in the battles of Germantown, Monmouth and Millstone, and, on one occasion, made his escape from the British who surrounded his house in the night in an attempt to take him prisoner.He served subsequently as Paymaster for the militia of Hunterdon and Somerset Counties, New Jersey, and served to the close of the war.

††††††††††† (3) Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey Edited by William NelsonVolume XII†† pg 214

††††††††††† (4) Somerset County Genealogical Quarterly Volume 3 Number 1pg 255

††††††††††† (5) Deed Bk Vol B Somerset Co., NJ pg 118, roll 311 in NJ Archives

††††††††††† (6) NJ Supreme Court Case #23946

††††††††††† (7) NJ Supreme Court Case # 27291

††††††††††† (8)NJ Supreme Court Case # 43698

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††††††††††† In On April 13, 1784 William had set seal to a debt with Bernardus Verbryck of Bergen County. "Achnowledged himself to be held and firmly bound unto the said Bernardus in the sum of one hundred & sixty pounds, York Currency of the value of one hundred and fifty pounds Proclmation Money of New Jersey to be paid to the said Bernardus when he the said William should be thereunto requested."

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††††††††††† (9) NJ Supreme Court Case # 28215 and#43168

††††††††††† (10)New Jersey State Archives†† Inventories of Damages by the British and Americans in New Jersey, 1776-1782††† pg 139

††††††††††† (11) Somerset Co NJ Deed Bk vol B pg 687

††††††††††† (12) Somerset Co., NJ Deed BK D p. 115

††††††††††† (13) Documents Relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutiony History of the State of New Jersey, First Series - Vol XXXIXVolume X 1802-1805 pg 282 (File 1200r)and pg 474 (File 1314R)

††††††††††† (14) Somerset Deed BK Vol H p. 735Roll 32 in NJ Archives

††††††††††† (15) Joannes Nevius: schepen and third secretary of New Amersterdam under the Dutch, by Abraham Van Doren Honeymanpg 427

††††††††††† (16) Notices From New Jersey Newspapers 1781-1790 by Thomas B. WilsonVol I

††††††††††† †††††† "Abraham Prall addv. that false and malicious reports have been spread inurious to the reputation of his daughter Hannah Prall indicating she had taken items from various stores.He presents affidavits from the following storekeepers who all deny the reports and state that her reputation is fair and unimpeachable: Alexander reading, 7 Sept 1784 before Thomas Reading, J. P., Hunterdon County; William Verbryck Esq., 25 Sept 1784 before Nicholas Dubois, J. P., Somerset County; and Joseph Van Doren, 12 Oct 1784 before Henry V. Middleswort, J.P., Somerset County."

††††††††††† (17) Somerset County Historical Quarterly, Vol. 7, Some Unrecorded Somerset Deeds, pg 187

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 291††††† i.†††††† Jannitie5 VERBRIKE #34382, born 14 May 1768 in NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE:Neshanic Reformed Church Baptismal Records,Somerset Quarterly Volume

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: Verbryck

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +292††††† ii.††††† Lawrence VERBRIKE #22532 born 08 April 1770.

 

146.††† Sarah4 DeMOTT #344 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 20 October 1751 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 25 June 1840 in NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Malla DeMotte, DAR # 338969

††††††††††† SOURCE #2: Lauren's DeMotte Will.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Sarah DeMott born 20 Oct 1751, Hunterdon, NJ, married (1) George Hall, married (2) Willard Hall. Sarah died 25 Jun 1840, NJ††† In Dutch Sarah would be written Saertje. Burried in Flemingot NJ in Neshanic Station Cemetery. It is located on the George C. Brokaw property. She was supose to be 80 years old at the time of her death. The tombstone is quite illegible. But it reads Relict of George & Wallard ? Hall. George; think his give name was George might of had a son named Willare or maybe a brother.

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††††††††††† There is no definitive proof that Sara DeMott was married to GEORGE Hall, but she was married to someone named Hall and there is much circumstantial evidence suggesting that her husband was George Hall.The Dutch naming pattern was almost always to name the first son after the father's father and the second son after the mother's father.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Somerset County Historical Quarterly Volume I

††††††††††† Neshanic Reformed Church Baptismal Records

†††††††††††

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Hall, Jorge and Sara --- Jorge, bap April 5, 1778

††††††††††† Hall, Jorgs and Sara -- Louwrens, bap. Mar 27, 1780

††††††††††† Hall, Jorgs and Sara --- Sara, bap. Dec 23, 1781

††††††††††† Hall, Jorgs and Sara --- Derite, bap. May 25, 1788

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††††††††††† The George Hall married to Sarah Demott may have been the son of the George Hall, below, who died in 1758

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Calendar of Wills 1751-1760

††††††††††† Source:

††††††††††† Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey

††††††††††† First Series vol XXXII

††††††††††† Calendar of New Jersey Will, Administrations, ETc

††††††††††† Volume III 1751-1760

†††††††††††

††††††††††† 1758, May 5†††† Hall, George, JR., of the South Branch, Raritan River, Somerset Co.; will of. Wife, Blandina. Children - George, Anne (who has daughter Sarah) and Mary. Real and personal estate. Executors - brothers, Edward Hall and Thomas Hall, with Henry Stevens and Johannis Pettinger. Witnesses- Richard Persell, John Cock, Jr., and Lawrence Demott. Proved August 16, 1758 Lib F p 545

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††††††††††† 1748, Sept. 24.Hall, George, Sr. of the South Branch of Rariton River, Somerset Co., yeoman; will of.Children--george, Thomas, Edward, Angletie (wife of Dirck Middagh), Elizabeth (wife of Frederick Morris), Mary (wife of Thomas Rock).Grandechildren, i. e. children of son Henry, dec'd, and his wife Neiltia, still living, viz., Ootie, Mary, George, John, Henry and Thomas.Real and personal estate, incl. slaves.Executors--sons George, Thomas and Edward.Witnesses--Bernardus Ver Bryck, William Dealy, James Lyne. Codicil of Jan 15, 1752, repeaets, that "the wife of son Thomas had owned and confessed that her child Thomas, was not his Child, but the Child of another Man.' and directed that this child is not to share in what is given to son Thomas.Witnesses Dirck Schuyler, Ann Lyne, James Lyne. Proved April 20, 1752.†† Lib F, p 43

†††††††††††

††††††††††† 1752, Apr. 23.Inventory, 757.4.4, by Henry Stevens and B. Bryte.

 

††††††††††† She married (1) George HALL #4574.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† George: AKA:Geroge

††††††††††† might of had a son named Willard or maybe a brother.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 293††††† i.†††††† Jorge5 HALL #34387, born 5 April 1778.

††††††††† †† 294††††† ii.††††† Louwrens HALL #34388, born 27 March 1780.

††††††††† †† 295††††† iii.†††† Sara HALL #34389, born 23 December 1781.

††††††††† †† 296††††† iv.†††† Derite HALL #34390, born 25 May 1788.

 

††††††††††† She married (2) Willard HALL #14156.

 

147.††† Derrick4 DeMOTT #17782 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 22 July 1753 in Readington, Somerset, NJ.

 

††††††††††† He married Lena SICKLEN #17783.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Lena: AKA:Van Sicke / van Sicklen.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +297††††† i.†††††† Laurens5 DeMOTT #17784 born 11 December 1783.

††††††††† †† 298††††† ii.††††† Andris DeMOTT #17785, born 9 April 1787.

 

148.††† Laurens4 DeMOTT #345 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 6 June 1755 in Readington, Somerset,NJ., died bef 1837 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††† ALIAS:Lawrence / Laurence

††††††††††† Marriage information. Bondsman: Lawrence Verbryke who certifies bride's age

††††††††††† is 21 (date 17 Feb 1798).

 

††††††††††† He married Dorothy VERBRYCK #17793, 17 February 1798 in Mercer Co., KY., born 6 January 1778 in Somerset Co., NJ. (daughter of William VERBRIKE #22531 and Rebecca LOW #9368 [1757 -†††† ]).

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Dorothy: AKA: Verbicke

†††††††††††

††††††††††† In 1836 Dorothy DeMott Verbryck gave testimony for her mother's application for a Revolutionary War Pension.

††††††††††† She"states that she is the oldest child of William verbryck & Rebecca his wife.She was born as the family register shows, the 6th of January 1778 in Somerset County, New Jersey and has resided in Kentucky ever since her nineteenth year.She was married to Lawrence Demott (who has since died) in February 1798.There were thirteen children altogether, eleven of whom only were raised.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Witness has examined the memorandum from a book and referred to by her mother in her declaraton and has no doubt of its being the hand writing of her father William Verbryck.She means that portion of it which gives the time of her parents marriage & the births of some of their children.Her mother has remained a widow ever since the death of her father who died in this county the 31st of January 1824.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† And further this deponent saith not.

††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††† Dorothy Demott.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 299††††† i.†††††† Anne5 DeMOTT #9309, born 1799.

††††††††† †† 300††††† ii.††††† Rebecca DeMOTT #17796, born 09 November 1800 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Krisitn Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Frederick LAW #17804, 5 February 1824 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Frederick: AKA: Low.

 

††††††††† +301††††† iii.†††† William DeMOTT #17797 born 22 June 1802.

††††††††† +302††††† iv.†††† Dorothy DeMOTT #17798 born 13 November 1805.

††††††††† +303††††† v.††††† John DeMOTT #17802 born 1806.

††††††††† †† 304††††† vi.†††† Sara Verbryck DeMOTT #17799, born 27 June 1807 in Harrodsburg, KY., died 1874.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John W. ROBINSON #17853, 7 November 1833 in Harrodsburg, KY.

 

††††††††† †† 305††††† vii.††† Martha Jane DeMOTT #17800, born 06 February 1810 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married George M. BROWN #17854, 23 August 1838 in Harrodsburg,KY.

 

††††††††† +306††††† viii.†† Peter DeMOTT #17803 born November 1813.

††††††††† †† 307††††† ix.†††† Lawrence DeMOTT #17794, born 1816 in Neshanic, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 308††††† x.††††† Richard DeMOTT #17795, born 1818 in Neshanic, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

149.††† Martha4 DeMOTT #349 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 6 August 1757 in Hunterdon,NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Laurens Will.

††††††††††† Marriage information. Bondsman: Lawrence Demott. Bride's father: Lawrence

††††††††††† Demott. Teste: Peter Van Nuys and William Tietsoort (date 31 July 1797).

 

††††††††††† She married Nicolas BICE #4575, 31 July 1797 in Mercer Co., KY., born 1753.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Nicolas: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Lauren's DeMotte Will.

††††††††††† AKA: Brice / Bruce.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +309††††† i.†††††† Rachel5 BUICE #4579.

 

150.††† Peter4 DeMOTT #348 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 11 November 1759 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 15 October 1834 in Cove Springs, Mercer,KY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR # 338969.

††††††††††† Moved to Cove Spring Ky.

††††††††††† Pvt. NJ. DAR Patriot Index.

††††††††††† ALIAS: Pieter

††††††††††† Marrige information. Bondsman: Lawrence Demot. Bride's father: Garret

††††††††††† Terhune. Teste: Peter VanNiss and Peter Vannist (date 14 Dec 1796)

††††††††††† DEMOTT, Peter - Pension #W1733

††††††††††† Surnames: COOVERT, DEMOTT, TERHUNE, VANARSDALL #00061

††††††††††† Volunteer Sun, 22 Aug 1999

††††††††††† Name: DEMOTT, PETER

††††††††††† Pension #: W1733

††††††††††† State: NJ

††††††††††† Age: 74

††††††††††† Ap. Date: 03 Sep 1832

††††††††††† DEMOTT, PETER: Bounty Land Warrant: 36503-160-55 New Jersey. States he was born in Somerset Co., NJ where he resided when first called into service & until he removed to Ky about the year 1788 & settled in Mercer Co.

††††††††††† Spouse: Mary Terhune

††††††††††† Sp. Age: 70

††††††††††† Sp. Ap. Date: 05 Sep 1848

††††††††††† Mary Terhune: She is the widow of Peter Demott, Dec'd & he died 15 oct 1832. They married 19 Dec 1796. A copy of the bond is filed & the bond was dated 14 Dec 1796 & Lawrnece Demott was the bondsman.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Affiant 1: Daniel Coovert

††††††††††† Daniel Coovert: Along with Cornelius Vanarsdall they make a join deposition. Both are aged ARW soldiers. Sd Vanarsdall was a Lieut in the company in which Demott served. We lived in the same neighborhood.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Affiant 2: Cornelius Vanarsdall

††††††††††† Cornelius Vanarsdall: See under Daniel Coovert deposition.

†††††††††††

†††††††††††

††††††††††† .

 

††††††††††† He married Mary TERHUNE #4576, 19 December 1796 in Mercer Co., KY, born 9 November 1780 in Somerset Co., NJ. (daughter of Garret TERHUNE #17897 and Catherine VANNUYS #17898), died 27 May 1862 in Harrodsburg, KY., buried in Cove Springs Cemetery, Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Mary: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††† Mary / Maria is the eldest daughter of Garret and Catherine Terhune.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +310††††† i.†††††† Lawrence5 DeMOTT #17882 born 1797.

††††††††† +311††††† ii.††††† Catherine DeMOTT #17883 born 17 February 1798.

††††††††† +312††††† iii.†††† Dorothy DeMOTT #17884 born 21 December 1800.

††††††††† +313††††† iv.†††† Mary Polly DeMOTT #19034 born 30 August 1802.

††††††††† †† 314††††† v.††††† Garrett DeMOTT #17887, born 1803 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +315††††† vi.†††† Peter Cornelius DeMOTT #17886 born 1805.

††††††††† +316††††† vii.††† Margaret DeMOTT #17893 born 1807.

††††††††† †† 317††††† viii.†† Martha Patsy DeMOTT #17888, born 3 October 1808 in Cove Spring, Mercer, KY., died 27 October 1882.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +318††††† ix.†††† Sarah Sally DeMOTT #17891 born 7 June 1809.

††††††††† †† 319††††† x.††††† Anna DeMOTT #27292, born 9 March 1812 in Mercer Co., KY.

††††††††† +320††††† xi.†††† John DeMOTT #17889 born 25 December 1813.

††††††††† +321††††† xii.††† Ann DeMOTT #17890 born 22 November 1816.

††††††††† †† 322††††† xiii.†† Lucinda DeMOTT #17894, born 1823 in Harrodsburg, KY., died in MO.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Jesse TURPIN #18036, 9 March 1859 in Mercer Co., KY.

 

151.††† Deborah4 DeMOTT #350 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 8 October 1763 in Somerset, NJ, died 4 June 1855 in Hendricks Co., IN.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591, Laurens DeMotte Will, she received

††††††††††† 124 acres of land.

††††††††††† †† In the Van Nuys genealogy, by Miss Carrie Allen, the following is given:"There are still living some of her grandchildren who have heard Deborah (DeMott)Van Nice tell how she as a girl in her early teens, with other members of the family, spent nights by turns, in their barn near Millstone, Somerset County, New Jersey trying to prevent the dpredation of the British troops who were stationed near their house."Lawrence DeMott fought in the Revolutionary War.

††††††††††† †† Deborah Van Nice died in 1855 in her ninety second year. She was a remarkably tall woman, and he (her husband) also being tall, they made a couple of striking appearance. They had nine children, three of whom died in infancy.

††††††††††† Marriage information: Bondsman: Lawrance Demott. Bride's father: Lawrance

††††††††††† Demott Sr. Teste: Lawrance Demott Jr. and Lawrance Verbrike (date 22 Mar 1792)

††††††††††† AKA: Debora.

 

††††††††††† She married Peter C. VANNUYS #4577, 22 March 1792 in Mercer Co., KY., born 7 November 1766 in Millstone, Somerset, NJ (son of Isaac VANNUYS #13440 and Flora QUICK #13441), died 11 May 1844 in Hendricks county, IN.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Peter: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591.

††††††††††† ALISA:Van Nice

††††††††††† In 1833 went wth thier son Lawrence to Hendricks County Indiana, where thier

††††††††††† son Peter had located in 1831, and in partnership with Lawrence they bought

††††††††††† government land adjoing Peter's, and lived there until the father's death in

††††††††††† 1844.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +323††††† i.†††††† Dorothea5 VANNUYS #13442 born 8 January 1793.

††††††††† †† 324††††† ii.††††† Peter VANNUYS #13439, born 17 July 1801 in Mercer Co, KY, died 9 February 1888.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ALIAS: Van Nice.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Sarah Ann Watts SMITH #13845, 14 February 1828.

 

††††††††† †† 325††††† iii.†††† Lawrence VANNUYS #13438, born 20 June 1807 in Mercer Co, KY, died 5 March 1898.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (1) Caroline Frances ADAMS #13843.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (2) Julianna HADLEY #13844.

 

152.††† Abraham Laurens4 DeMOTT #346 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 19 April 1766 in Somerset, NJ., died 1837 in Preble Co.,OH.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††† marriage information. Bondsman: Peter Demott (dated 28 Aug 1792).

 

††††††††††† He married Johanna Hannah BANTA #18037, 28 August 1792 in Harrodsburg, KY., born 4 July 1773 in Conewago, Lan,PA. (daughter of Abraham BANTA #22127 and Margrieta MONTFORT #22128), died 21 September 1860 in Preble Co., OH.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 326††††† i.†††††† Martha5 DeMOTT #18038, born 1798 in Harrodsburg, KY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE; Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE #2: David Distler (1999).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married David HENDRICKSON #18046, 5 October 1815 in Preble Co.,OH.

 

††††††††† +327††††† ii.††††† Abraham DeMOTT #18039 born 25 December 1800.

††††††††† †† 328††††† iii.†††† Peggy DeMOTT #22535.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Aaron ATON #22536, 12 March 1818 in Preble Co., OH.

 

††††††††† +329††††† iv.†††† John DeMOTT #18040 born 1803.

††††††††† †† 330††††† v.††††† Henry DeMOTT #18041, born 1805 in Preble Co.,OH.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Jemima SEARL #18092, 22 January 1833 in Preble Co. OH.

 

††††††††† †† 331††††† vi.†††† Peter DeMOTT #18042, born 1807.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Alvira SEARL #18093, 13 October 1831 in Preble Co.,OH.

 

††††††††† +332††††† vii.††† Isaac B. DeMOTT #18043 born 1811.

††††††††† †† 333††††† viii.†† Aaron DeMOTT #18044, born 1815.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

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††††††††† +334††††† ix.†††† Jacob DeMOTT #18045 born 1818.

 

153.††† Johannes4 DeMOTT #347 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 16 July 1769 in Somerset, NJ., died 1811 in Mercer Co., KY.

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††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591 & the book Kith & Kin pg. 24-26

††††††††††† †† Johannes, the son of Lawrence DeMott was born in Somerset County New Jersey. He married in Mercer County, KY to Anna the daughter of Cornelius Cozine, a Revolutionary Soldier.Marriage information. Bondsman: Lawrance Cozine, bride's guardian: John Haggin. Teste: James Priestly and Lawrence DeMott. (date 26 Oct 1793).

 

††††††††††† He married Anna Nancy COZINE #4500, 31 October 1793 in Harrodsburg, Mercer Co.,KY, born 04 December 1776 in Conewago, NY. (daughter of Cornelias COZINE #4507 and wife of Cornelias Cozine #4508), died 09 June 1854 in Mercer Co., KY.

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††††††††††† Anna: her father Cornelius was a revolutionary Soldier.

††††††††††† SOURCE: David Distler (1999).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +335††††† i.†††††† Lawrence5 DeMOTTE #4501 born 3 September 1794.

††††††††† +336††††† ii.††††† Cornelius DeMOTT #4502 born 1796.

††††††††† +337††††† iii.†††† DanielDeMOTTE #4503 born 19 March 1798.

††††††††† +338††††† iv.†††† Mary Polly DeMOTTE #4504 born 09 February 1803.

††††††††† †† 339††††† v.††††† SaraDeMOTTE #4505, born 1805 in Mercer Co., KY., died 1882.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Settled in Tazewell County ILL.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married David BANTA #4522, 2 September 1824 in Harrodsburg, Mercer CO., KY., born 1801, died 1874.

 

††††††††† †† 340††††† vi.†††† Anna DeMOTT #17618, born 1807.

††††††††† +341††††† vii.††† JohnLawrence DeMOTT #4506 born 16 May 1809.

 

154.††† Mary4 DeMOTT #351 (Laurens3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 1772 in Sommerset, NJ., died 1835 in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.

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††††††††††† SOURCE: Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR # 338969. LDS Film # 1035591

††††††††††† Lauren's DeMotte Will, She received 175 acres of land. Mary and David had 5

††††††††††† children.

††††††††††† Marriage information.Bondsman: Lawrence Demott. Bride's father: Lawrance

††††††††††† Demott. Teste: Lawrance Demott Jr. and Lawrance Verbryck (date 19 Jan 1792)

††††††††††† (some say she was born Somerset, NJ.)

 

††††††††††† She married David BANTA #4578, 19 January 1792 in Harrodsburg, Mercer Co, KY., born 31 May 1771 in Conewago, PA. (son of Hendrick H. BANTA #13694 [1718 - 1805] and Antjin DEMAREE #35420 [1733 - 1802]), died 1844 in Bloomington, Monroe, IN.

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††††††††††† David: SOURCE: LDS Film # 1035591.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 342††††† i.†††††† Anna5 BANTA #26706, born 1794/5.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Thomas MARTIN #26708.

 

††††††††† †† 343††††† ii.††††† Jacob B ANTA #26707, born 1797 in Mercer, KY., died 30 January 1881 in Miami, KS.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Cillinda WILDER #26709, 20 March 1826 in Gibson, IN.

 

††††††††† +344††††† iii.†††† Isaac William BANTA #13696 born July 1800.

††††††††† †† 345††††† iv.†††† Mary (Polly)BANTA #26710, born 1802.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Richard HASTINGS #26712.

 

††††††††† †† 346††††† v.††††† Sarah BANTA #26711, born abt 1805.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† NICKNAME: Sally.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William S. ROBERTS #26713, abt 1825 in IN.

 

156.††† Dirck4 DeMOTT #10226 (Jacob3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 15 May 1758 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 4 August 1827, buried in Newell Cemetery, Stanton, NJ.

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††††††††††† SOURCE #1: American Genealogist 1985 page 15 (the John Smiths of Readington)

††††††††††† ALIAS: Richard

††††††††††† SOURCE #2: birth record.

††††††††††† RESIDENCE: Stanton, NJ.

 

††††††††††† He married Elizabeth SMITH #10227, September 1783, born 25 June 1761 in Lebanon Township, Stanton, NJ. (daughter of Johanns SMITH #10247 and Christeen HARSHALL #10248), died 4 October 1831 in Hunterdon CO, NJ, buried in Newell Cemetery, Stanton, NJ.

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††††††††††† Elizabeth: Lebanon Township in now in Clinton Township, Hunterdon Co.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +347††††† i.†††††† Jacob S.5 DeMOTT #11867 born 11 October 1784.

††††††††† +348††††† ii.††††† John DeMOTT #11868 born 22 January 1787.

††††††††† †† 349††††† iii.†††† Nelly DeMOTT #10241, born 20 June 1790 in Hunderdon, NJ.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Single not married, died after 1827

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +350††††† iv.†††† Christian DeMOTT #11869 born 6 January 1796.

††††††††† †† 351††††† v.††††† Margret DeMOTT #10242, born 9 May 1797 in Hunderdon, NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: LDS Film #

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† NICKNAME: Peggy.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William ANDERSON #11866 (son of Richard ANDERSON #11864 and Rhoda _____ #11865), died 16 June 1850 in Oxford, NY.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† William: grandson of Benjamin Anderson & Hannah Ketcham of Readington Twp. NJ.

 

††††††††† +352††††† vi.†††† Richard Smith DeMOTT #10228 born 15 September 1805.

††††††††† †† 353††††† vii.††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #11870, died aft 1827.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† single not married

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 354††††† viii.†† Catherine DeMOTT #15533.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† was married about 1855. She resided in Delware Twp. According to the book on

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† John Smith 1718-1791 by William F. Smity Published in 1987 Bethesda, Maryland

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159.††† Jacob4 DeMott #11859 (Jacob3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 18 August 1771 in Readington,NJ., died 17 September 1826?, buried in Stanton, NJ.

 

††††††††††† He married Susanah LaTOURETTE #11863, 15 March 1795 in Readington,NJ., born 17 September 1776 (daughter of Henry LaTOURETTE #18305 [1743 -†††† ] and wife of Henry Latourtte #18306), died 24 March 1853.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +355††††† i.†††††† Jacob5 DeMOTT #18162 born 18 January 1800.

††††††††† †† 356††††† ii.††††† Nancy DeMOTT #18163, born 5 September 1802 in Lebenon,NJ., died 26 October 1895.

††††††††† †† 357††††† iii.†††† Eleanor DeMOTT #18164, born 12 February 1805 in Lebanon,NJ., died 25 June 1896.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William HIBLER #18173, 16 December 1837.

 

††††††††† +358††††† iv.†††† Henry B. DeMOTT #18165 born 28 December 1808.

††††††††† †† 359††††† v.††††† Susannah DeMOTT #18166, born 2 June 1811 in Lebanon,NJ., died 17 February 1895.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Jacob HAVER #18180, 17 December 1836 in Hunterdon,NJ.

 

††††††††† †† 360††††† vi.†††† Mary DeMOTT #18167, born 22 March 1814 in Lebanon, NJ., died 2 May 1886.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married William Henry SHEETS #18181, 23 February 1839.

 

††††††††† †† 361††††† vii.††† Hiram DeMOTT #18168, born 10 May 1816 in Lebanon,NJ., died 25 November 1851.

 

161.††† Dirck4 DeMOTT #159 (Isaac3, Dirck2, Michiel1), born 29 October 1758 in Hunterdon,NJ., died 26 May 1827 in Madison. Columbia,PA.

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††††††††††† SOURCE: Lds film # 1035591, D.A.R. membership of Malla DeMotte, #338969,and Gladys Roberson DAR #338969

††††††††††† SOURCE 2: Letter from Lottie Ross Holdren. 1982.

††††††††††† SOURCE 3: 1800 Penn Census (book), Roll 9 1790 PA.

††††††††††† SOURCE 4: 1820 Penn Census Roll 101.

††††††††††† SOURCE 5: 1830 Columbia County PA Census Roll 165.

††††††††††† SOURCE 6: Will Registered 9 Aug 1827, PA.,

††††††††††† SOURCE 7: 1915 History & Biographical Annals of Columbia & Montour Counties, Penn by J.H. Beevs, pages 243-245, 740, 285, 266-267.

††††††††††† SOURCE 8: Neshanic reformed Dutch church baptismal records.

††††††††††† AKA: Richard / Derrick

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††††††††††† ††† Some family histories have Richard / Dirck DeMott birth date as 7 Apr 1751 and others have it as 22 Jul 1753.Dirck DeMott born 7 Apr 1751 is the son Michael DeMott and Freminetze Schermerhorn. Dirck DeMott born 22 Jul 1753 is the son of Laurens DeMott and Dorothe Vanderbeek. Richard DeMott husband of Mary Albright is not the son of Laurens DeMott and Dorthe Vanderbeek. I list the following in support.

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††††††††††† 1st:In Laurens DeMott's (born 1719) Will,it reads: First there shall be paid unto my grandson, Lawrence Demot, son of my son, Derrick Demott, the sum of One Hundred pounds current money of Kentucky.(Richard DeMott and Mary Albright have no known son named Lawrence)

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††††††††††† 2nd:†† According to the research done by Kristin Robinson,Derrick DeMott born 22 Jul 1753 is the son of Laurens DeMott and Dorothe Vanderbeek. This Dirreck DeMott (born 1753) married Lena Van Sicklen. They have 3 known children. Laurens born 1783, Andris born 1787 and Leah born 1790.

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††††††††††† 3rd:Laurens DeMott born 1783 named his son George Hall DeMott born 1813 (I suspect after his aunt Sarah DeMott-Hall's husband Geroge Hall). The above mentioned Laurens DeMott's (born 1719) son Derrick and daughter Sarah Hall stayed in NJ. while the rest of the family moved to KY.

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††††††††††† †† According to Geroge Holdren of Millville, PA in 1997,he has copied the pages of a family bible that belonged to Richard DeMott'sson, Richard. In this bible Richard DeMott place of birth is listed as Pompton, NJand the birth year was 1755. In Gladys Roberson DAR application papers it reads that Richard DeMott was born in 1750, married Mary Albright and they moved from Somerset County, NJ. to Millville, PA. in 1787.

††††††††††† †† According the Name-System of the Dutch in the Seventeenth Century:The Dutch names of Dirck, and Derrick would be Thodore in English and the Dutch names of Ryck and Rykaard would be Richard in English. On a Dutch Baptismal names list, the Dutch names of Derrick, Dirck, Dirk would be Richard in English. and the Dutch name of Diederick would be Theodore in English.

††††††††††† †† The Dutch people had a certain naming practice when naming their children. The first children were named after their grandparents, usually the first son being named after the the paternal grandfather, the second son after the maternal grandfather, the first daughter being named after the maternal grandmother and the second daughter after the paternal grandmother. This naming practice gives invaluable clues to the given names of the next generation. After the first chilren were named for the grandparents, the next children were usually named after their aunts and uncles.

††††††††††† †† Richrd DeMott and Mary Albrightnamed their first son Isaac and a daughter Abigail, hopefully after his father and mother this would be correct under Dutch naming customs.

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††††††††††† written by Richard J. Duprel Lacey Washington 1998

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††††††††††† George Holdren on 20 June 1999 found some information on Isaac DeMott who died in 1782 he was from Oxford Twp, Sussex couunty, NJ. our Richard DeMott was on the record (death) as the executor along with John Kenny.In a library in PA George Holdren found the ancestory of Richard DeMott as outlined by Jacob DeMott Richard DeMott's son who married Catherine Patton.

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††††††††††† †† 1782, Oct. 7. Demott, Isaac, of Oxford Township, Sussex Co. Int. Adm'rs Richard Demott and John Kinney.

††††††††††† †† Fellowbondsman William Loder;†††† all ofsaid place.

††††††††††† †† 1782, Sep. 21. Inventory, f312, made by William Loder and John Stute.Lib. M, p. 87

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††††††††††† Source: New Jersey Colonial Documents page 118

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††††††††††† Richard Demott came from New Jersey in the year 1786 and settled east of Jerseytown, joing lands of Daniel Welliver and lying east of him. His son Richard now occupies the homestead. He raised a large family of six sons and six daughters, among the most respectable people in the country. Mr. Jacob Demott, one of the sons now an old man, relates that he remembers very well, seeeing, when a boy, the ruins of several Indian wigwams, which had been built upon a high hill south of Valentine Welliver's called Huckleberry hill. It was so elevated that the Indians could distinguish the smoke rising from nearly every chimney in the valley.

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††††††††††† Source: History of Columbia County page 111

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††††††††††† FRENCH ANCESTRY OF THE DEMOTT FAMILY

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††††††††††† †† Three brothers arrived at Willwick, N.Y. in 1684. Michael Richard and John. John stayed in New York, Michael and Richard went to Bergen County, N.J. Michael's son Henry, settled at Pompton Plains, N.J. and was a farmer and backsmith. Richard, son of Henry went to and cleared land near Eyersgrove, Pa. and built a log house near a spring. Jacob, son of richard, settled on a farm near Eyersgrove, Pa. and had children. some were William, Samuel, Issac, John, Gorge, Mary, Rosanna and Sarah. Jacob donated land for a Baptist Church and was a Deacon and Elder for 60 years, also held offices as Justice of Peace, County commissioner. Wife, Catherine Patton DeMott, 1869.

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††††††††††† Source:Compiled by note of ancestry by George S. DeMott 6th Generation.

††††††††††† (The above information from George S. DeMott can not be considered as fact. There are a few problems/errors).

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††††††††††† 1stit is known from the court records in Kingston, NY thaton 26 Jan 1666†† Michiel De Mot grantee, Evert Prys grantor. Demands 5 schepels of weat for doctor's fee. (so the date of 1684 is not correct)

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††††††††††† 2nd is thechildren of Jacob should be listed as the children of Richard DeMott.

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††††††††††† 3rd Richard DeMott is listed as being the son of Henry DeMott.He is in fact the son of Isaac DeMott of Oxford Township, Sussex Co. N.J. and the great grandson of Dirck DeMott born 1684 at Kingston, N.Y.

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††††††††††† Written by Richard Duprel. Lacey, WA. Aug 2000

††††††††††† .

 

††††††††††† He married Mary ALBRIGHT #160, born 1760 in Columbia,County, PA., died 5 August 1849 in Columbia County,PA.

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††††††††††† Mary: SOURCE: Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR # 338969, Patricia Morehouse

††††††††††† Barrington ILL. 1987.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +362††††† i.†††††† Mary5 DeMOTT #244 born 14 September 1782.

††††††††† +363††††† ii.††††† Rosanna DeMOTT #245 born 1 August 1784.

††††††††† †† 364††††† iii.†††† Sarah DeMOTT #246, born 30 April 1786.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Will of Richard DeMott (1826), Malla DeMotte Louny DAR.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married John MANNING #257.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† John: AKA: Mannon / Manning Jr.

 

††††††††† †† 365††††† iv.†††† Rebecca DeMOTT #247, born 1788 in PA.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Will of Richard DeMott (1826) Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Evan JONES #258.

 

††††††††† +366††††† v.††††† Isaac DeMOTT #248 born 24 September 1790.

††††††††† +367††††† vi.†††† Jacob DeMOTT #249 born 9 September 1792.

††††††††† +368††††† vii.††† Abigail DeMOTT #139 born 22 September 1794.

††††††††† †† 369††††† viii.†† David DeMOTT #250, born 13 March 1796 in Northumberland, PA., died 1816.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Will of Richard DeMott (1826), Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR #338969.

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††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† I have seen a listing for him marrying Sarah ABEL on 14 Jan 1811, but that would make him only 15 years old when they were married.

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††††††††† †† 370††††† ix.†††† Josias DeMOTT #251, born 27 June 1798 in Northumberland, PA.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Will of Richard DeMott (1826), Malla DeMotte Louny, DAR #338969

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† AKA: John

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Josias died young.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +371††††† x.††††† Richard DeMOTT #252 born 4 September 1800.

††††††††† +372††††† xi.†††† William DeMOTT #253 born 8 August 1803.

††††††††† +373††††† xii.††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #254 born 9 September 1805.

 

166.††† Altie4 VANNOSTRAND #11699 (Antje3 DeMOTT, Anthony2, Michiel1), born 9 November 1733 in Jamaica, Queens, NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Liber DeMott Johnson Will dated 7 Jan 1747 or 8 Queens, NY

††††††††††† ALIAS: Aeltje.

 

††††††††††† She married Michael GOLDER #13029, 18 December 1761 in NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Michael: died between 1778 & 1780

††††††††††† ALIAS: Goulder

††††††††††† FROM: Hempstead.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 374††††† i.†††††† Elizabeth5 GOLDER #13030.

††††††††† †† 375††††† ii.††††† Else GOLDER #13537.

††††††††† †† 376††††† iii.†††† Maleie GOLDER #13538.

 

167.††† Elsie4 VANNOSTRAND #11700 (Antje3 DeMOTT, Anthony2, Michiel1), born 17 November 1746 in NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Liber DeMott Will dated 7 Jan 1747 or 8 Queens, NY

††††††††††† AKA: Elsje.

 

††††††††††† She married Daniel SMITH #14009.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 377††††† i.†††††† Anthony5 SMITH #14010, born 1782, died 1829.

 

169.††† Elisie4 DeMOTT #18185 (Michiel3, Anthony2, Michiel1), born 1740 in Jamaica,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††† She married Christian SNEDECOR #18850, 19 March 1759, born 06 February 1736, died 13 October 1792.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Christian: SOURCE: father-in-law will dated 26 Aug 1781 Hempstead NY.

††††††††††† AKA: Snedeker.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 378††††† i.†††††† Isaac5 SNEDEKER #10716, born 11 December 1760.

††††††††† †† 379††††† ii.††††† Miriam SNEDEKER #10717, born 07 November 1762, died 21 June 1833.

††††††††† †† 380††††† iii.†††† Mary SNEDECOR #18851, born 23 November 1765.

††††††††† †† 381††††† iv.†††† Abraham SNEDEKER #10718, born 27 October 1768.

††††††††† †† 382††††† v.††††† Phoebe SNEDEKER #10719, born 03 December 1772.

††††††††† †† 383††††† vi.†††† Elizabeth SNEDEKER #10720, born 03 July 1776.

 

170.††† John4 DeMOTT #11711 (Michiel3, Anthony2, Michiel1), born 1741 in Jamacia, Long Island,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Father's will dated 6 August 1781

††††††††††† DUTCH NAME:Jan

††††††††††† John received according to his father's Will (26 Aug 1781) all my tools or

††††††††††† utensils, that I have belonging to the blacksmith's trade.

 

††††††††††† He married Gerjte _____ #18187.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 384††††† i.†††††† Miriam5 DeMOTT #18188, born 1783 in New Manhasset, Nassau, Long Island,NY.

 

173.††† Abraham4 DeMOTT #11715 (Michiel3, Anthony2, Michiel1), born 1754 in Jamacia,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Father's will dated 6 August 1781.

 

††††††††††† He married Hannah FOSTER #18189, 8 December 1779 in Jamaica,NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 385††††† i.†††††† Gabriel5 DeMOTT #18190, born 1781 in New Manhasset, Long Island,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 386††††† ii.††††† Maria DeMOTT #18191, born 1783 in New Manhasset, Long Island,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 387††††† iii.†††† James Vanhorn DeMOTT #18492, born 30 July 1786.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol I

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 388††††† iv.†††† Peiter Clover DeMOTT #18493, born 25 May 1788.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol I

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

175.††† Jacob4 DeMOTT #20275 (Michael3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born abt 1736 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY., died 1784.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Family Search, Ancestral File. 27 Apr 1999 (FHL on line).

 

††††††††††† He married Catherina _____ #26718.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 389††††† i.†††††† James5 DeMOTT #26719.

††††††††† †† 390††††† ii.††††† Michael DeMOTT #26720.

††††††††† †† 391††††† iii.†††† Hanah DeMOTT #26721.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Eliezeur LOSSE #26723.

 

††††††††† †† 392††††† iv.†††† Elizabeth DeMOTT #26722.

 

178.††† Sarah4 DeMOTTE #20278 (Michael3 DEMOTT, Machiel2, Michiel1), born abt 1740 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY., died 1792 in Mount Hanley, Nova Scotia, Canada.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Family Search, Ancestral File. 27 Apr 1999 (FHL on line)

††††††††††† I have seen 2 locations for her birth the 2nd is Foster's Meadows, Hempsted,

††††††††††† IL, NY.

 

††††††††††† She married Daniel DURLAND #27086, 22 September 1783, born 1739 in Orange, NY., died 1794 in Nova Scotia, Canana.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Daniel: AKA: Derland.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 393††††† i.†††††† Zebulon5 DURLAND #31309, born 1764 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 394††††† ii.††††† Elizabeth DURLAND #31310, born 1767 in Newburgh, Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 395††††† iii.†††† John DURLAND #31311, born 1767 in Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 396††††† iv.†††† Sarah DURLAND #31312, born 1769 in Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 397††††† v.††††† Joseph DURLAND #31313, born 1770 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 398††††† vi.†††† Demotte DURLAND #31314, born 1771 in Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 399††††† vii.††† Daniel DURLAND #31315, born 1772 in Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 400††††† viii.†† Charles DURLAND #31316, born 1773 in Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 401††††† ix.†††† Thomas DURLAND #31317, born 1777 in Orange, NY.

††††††††† †† 402††††† x.††††† Mary Jane DURLAND #31318, born 29 March 1779 in Aylesford Twp, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 403††††† xi.†††† Phoebe DULAND #31319, born 1786 in Flatbush, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 404††††† xii.††† Charles DURLAND #31320, born 1788 in Flatbush, Nova Scotia, Canada.

††††††††† †† 405††††† xiii.†† Catherine DURLAND #31321, born 17 June 1792 in Wilmot, Nova Scotia, Canada.

 

181.††† James4 DeMOTT #26716 (Michael3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born abt 1745 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Catherine (Westlake) Demott states "James Demott of Newburgh had a farm of 98 acres along the Hudson River".She also indicates that the oldest 6 children sold out to the youngest Michael 13 Nov 1800. On another page HRP indicates that Catherine Westlake married_____ Demott from Marlboro, NY (on a 1989 map Marlboro is a small town on the Hudson River a short distance north of Newburgh)

†††††††††††

††††††††††† JAMES ELLSWORTH DeMOTT, born c. 1745 in Newburgh, Ulster County, New York, the son of Michael DeMott and Sarah Colier. He lived in Marlborough, New York. James married about 1768 in Marlboro, New York (a small town on the Hudson River, a short distance north of Newburgh) to Catherine Westlake, born 1752, the daughter of George Westlake (1725-1803) and Elizabeth Wiggins (1727-1810).

 

††††††††††† He married Catherine WESTLAKE #26724, 1768 in Marlboro, NY., born 1752 (daughter of George WESTLAKE #26725 and Elizabeth WIGGINS #26726).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +406††††† i.†††††† Samuel5 DeMOTT #26730 born 1771.

††††††††† +407††††† ii.††††† Rachel DeMOTT #26727 born 8 December 1772.

††††††††† †† 408††††† iii.†††† William DeMOTT #26729.

††††††††† †† 409††††† iv.†††† Sarah DeMOTT #26731.

††††††††† †† 410††††† v.††††† Catherine DeMOTT #26732.

††††††††† +411††††† vi.†††† Benjamin DeMOTT #26728 born 1778.

††††††††† †† 412††††† vii.††† Michael DeMOTT #26733.

 

182.††† Annetje4 DeMOTT #18227 (Michael3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born 1749 in Newburgh, Ulster Co.,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††† She married Burroughs HOLMES #26734.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 413††††† i.†††††† Mary5 HOLMES #26735, born 19 May 1770 in Newburgh, Ulster, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Jonathan Junoir STEVENS #26736.

 

186.††† John4 DeMOTT #26544 (John3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born 27 May 1741 in Hempstead, Queens, NY., died 09 February 1819 in Hempstead, NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† In John's Will written 20 Feb 1819 and probated 22 Mar 1819 he bequeaths unto; My grandson John H. DeMott the son of my son John DeMott, both Prinicipal and interest fo the sale of my estate, to be paid to him when he arrives at the age of 21 years old. He also mentions son Samuel DeMott and daughter Mary Seaman wife of Nathaniel Seaman. The 1790 census shows John wife and children: 3 boys and 2 girls. Also "Genealogical Bonds of NY" show a partical list fo John and Elizabeth's children.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott Jul 2003 e-mail address ITSbrett@aol.com.

 

††††††††††† He married Elizabeth PETTIT #26549, 04 January 1767 in Hempstead, St. Georges Church, NY., born abt 1748, died 1831 in Hempstead, Queens, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 414††††† i.†††††† Elizabeth5 DeMOTT #26550.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Brett DeMott Jul 2003 e-mail address: ITSbrett@aol.com

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +415††††† ii.††††† John DeMOTT #26551 born 12 March 1771.

††††††††† †† 416††††† iii.†††† Mary DeMOTT #26552, born ca. 1772-3.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Mentioned in her father Will.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Nathaniel SEAMAN #26558, 5 July 1801.

 

††††††††† +417††††† iv.†††† Samuel DeMOTT #26553 born 4 September 1774.

††††††††† +418††††† v.††††† Elijah DeMOTT #26554 born 1775.

 

189.††† _____4 DeMOTT #26546 (John3, Machiel2, Michiel1).

 

††††††††††† She married _____ VANDEVOORT #26547.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 419††††† i.†††††† Mary5 VANDVOORT #26548.

 

190.††† Michael4 DeMOTT #18193 (Anthony3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born 1749 in Hempstead, NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Michael DEMOTT was a blacksmith (will) and as such he recorded a stock mark on the town records of Hempstead in 1767, which mark consisted of a crop of the ri ght ear and two holes in the same (HTR 6:158). This same mark had been recorded by Anthony, his father, in 1741.// Prob. one of the Michael DeMotts who voted to send no deputies to the Provincial Congress in 1775. (REV.PAP. 1:184).// The last WILL of Michael, 1781; wp. 1783; mentions sons: John, Samuel & Abraham, t o whom were left all his lands. John recieving Smithy Tools too. and dau. Else wife of Christian SNEDECOR and her dau Maryam Snedicor, dau Mary SKIDMORE, dau Elizabeth (w. of John FOSTER), and Mariam, at the time and single. Bro. John De Mott and (son) Samuel, were exrs.; Abraham DeMott was also named exr as Samuel was ill. (NYW 12:47/8). Ref: p.18 TREDWELL's.

 

††††††††††† He married Margaret WATTS #18199, 3 July 1777 in Hempstead,NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 420††††† i.†††††† Mary5 DeMOTT #18200, born 16 July 1782 in Hempstead, NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

192.††† Nancy Ann4 DeMOTT #18195 (Anthony3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born 12 November 1755 in Hempstead,NY., died 26 September 1836 in East Rockaway, Long Island, NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††† She married Robert DAVISON #13273, 23 December 1780 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY., born 04 September 1756 in Newcastle-Ontyne, England., died 17 December 1823 in East Rockaway, Long Island, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 421††††† i.†††††† Thomas5 DAVISON #13274, born 05 May 1787 in East Rockaway, Long Island, NY., died 12 October 1844 in Christian Hook, Long Island, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Fannie VALENTINE #13275, 11 February 1805 in Christain Hook, Long Island, NY., born 08 July 1783 in Christian Hook, Long Island, NY., died 08 November 1858 in Christian Hook, Long Island, NY.

 

193.††† Anthony4 DeMOTT #18197 (Anthony3, Machiel2, Michiel1), born in Hempstead,NY.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††† He married Hannah BARKER #18202, 15 January 1786 in St. Georges Church, Hempstead,NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 422††††† i.†††††† Charles5 DeMOTT #18203, born 7 February 1786 in Hempstead,NY.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +423††††† ii.††††† Anthony DeMOTT #18204 born 1791.

 

 

Generation Five

 

209.††† John J.5 ATEN #15739 (Hendrick M.4, Adrian Hendrickse3, Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 10 June 1765, died 30 September 1840.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† ALIAS: Auten.

 

††††††††††† He married Jane MORDEN #15742, born 30 June 1764, died 12 July 1840.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 424††††† i.†††††† Henry6 AUTEN #15743, died 1816.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (1) Jane MAXWELL #15751.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married (2) Sarah GORTNER #15752.

 

††††††††† †† 425††††† ii.††††† John AUTEN #15744.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Mary GORTNER #15753.

 

††††††††† †† 426††††† iii.†††† Joseph AUTEN #15745.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Elizabeth MAXWELL #15754.

 

††††††††† †† 427††††† iv.†††† Catherine AUTEN #15746.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Samuel MILLER #15755.

 

††††††††† †† 428††††† v.††††† Caleb AUTEN #15747.

††††††††† †† 429††††† vi.†††† Ann AUTEN #15748, born 1799.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married Robert MORGAN #15756.

 

††††††††† †† 430††††† vii.††† Robert AUTEN #15749, born 1802, died 1865.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Nancy HUNTER #15757.

 

††††††††† +431††††† viii.†† George AUTEN #15750 born 27 July 1803.

 

217.††† Amy5 RAYNOR #14131 (Samuel4, Elizabeth3 ATEN, Maria2 DeMOTT, Michiel1), born 1768 in Warwick, Orange Co., NY., died 1844 in Minisnk, Orange Co.,NY.

 

††††††††††† She married Jesse MULOCK #14132, 8 June 1782, born 1760 (son of Jeremiah MULOCK #14133 and Sally WARD #14134), died 31 August 1816 in Minisink, Orange, NY.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +432††††† i.†††††† Mary6 MULOCK #27359.

††††††††† †† 433††††† ii.††††† Amy MULOCK #27360.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (1) John SIEGLER #27376.

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† She married (2) Thomas McCONNELL #27377, died 1823.

 

††††††††† +434††††† iii.†††† Elizabeth MULOCK #27361 born 1786.

††††††††† +435††††† iv.†††† Joshua M. MULOCK #14135 born 11 August 1787.

††††††††† +436††††† v.††††† Jesse MULOCK #27362 born 1792.

††††††††† +437††††† vi.†††† Samuel MULOCK #27363 born 1793.

††††††††† +438††††† vii.††† Amzy MULOCK #27364 born 1801.

††††††††† +439††††† viii.†† Clarinda MULOCK #27365 born 1803.

††††††††† +440††††† ix.†††† Arminda MULOCK #27366 born 1804.

††††††††† +441††††† x.††††† Wiliam MULOCK #27367 born 1807.

 

221.††† Henry G.5 DeMOTT #17544 (Garret4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 13 March 1803 in Pequannock, Morris Co.,NJ., died 1878.

 

††††††††††† He married Jane BERRY #17546, March 1828, born 1803.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +442††††† i.†††††† Samuel6 DeMOTT #17547 born 1828.

††††††††† †† 443††††† ii.††††† Mary DeMOTT #17548, born 23 June 1831 in Pompton Plains,NJ., died 1844.

††††††††† †† 444††††† iii.†††† Emeline DeMOTT #17549, born 6 January 1833, died 1852.

††††††††† +445††††† iv.†††† Nathan DeMOTT #17550 born 23 October 1834.

 

222.††† Garrett G.5 DeMOTT #17545 (Garret4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 21 June 1805 in Pequannock, Morris, NJ.

 

††††††††††† He married Leah DeMOTT #17786 (daughter of Henry M. DeMOTT #13051 [1784 - 1824] and Claesie BRINKERHOFF #17610 [1788 - 1866]).

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 446††††† i.†††††† Mary6 DeMOTT #17557, born 1825.

††††††††† †† 447††††† ii.††††† Henry DeMOTT #17558, born 2 December 1827 in Pompton Plains, NJ.

††††††††† †† 448††††† iii.†††† John DeMOTT #17559, born 1830.

 

223.††† Henry M.5 DeMOTT #13051 (Michael4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 15 October 1784 in Pompton Plains,NJ., died 30 July 1824.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† died before his father, who died in 1832.

 

††††††††††† He married Claesie BRINKERHOFF #17610, 25 January 1806 in Bergen, NJ., born 08 April 1788 in Bergen, NJ. (daughter of Hendrick BRINKERHOFF #17611 and Leah VANWAGENEN #17612), died 03 September 1866 in Pompton Plains, NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† Claesie: AKA: Clasjie.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 449††††† i.†††††† Michael6 DeMOTT #17614.

††††††††† †† 450††††† ii.††††† Henry B. DeMOTT #17615.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† He married Mabel M. GANO #10711, born May 1890 (daughter of Stephen Price GANO #10712 and Agnes MORGAN #10715).

 

††††††††† †† 451††††† iii.†††† Mary DeMOTT #17616, born 07 June 1817 in Pompton Plaines, NJ.

††††††††† †† 452††††† iv.†††† Jane VanWagenen DeMOTT #17617, born 05 May 1819 in Pompton Plaines, NJ.

††††††††† +453††††† v.††††† Leah DeMOTT #17786.

 

224.††† George5 DeMOTT #13046 (Michael4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 1 June 1787 in Bergen,NJ., died 7 July 1866.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† AKA: Joris / Jooris

††††††††††† Joris is Dutch for George

††††††††††† George located on the estate he inherited in Bergen, hte place being now

††††††††††† known as West Hoboken, and there engaged in agricultural prusuits. He was a

††††††††††† member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Bergen.

 

††††††††††† He married (1) Jane VREELAND #17562, born 1790, died 11 July 1826.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 454††††† i.†††††† Michael6 DeMOTT #17563, born 1815 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +455††††† ii.††††† Maria Mandeville DeMOTT #17564 born 11 August 1816.

††††††††† +456††††† iii.†††† George Vreeland DeMOTT #17565 born 27 April 1822.

 

††††††††††† He married (2) Ellen SMITH #17566.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 457††††† iv.†††† Amelia DeMOTT #17567, born 11 February 1828 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 98503

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 458††††† v.††††† James Smith DeMOTT #17568, born 26 September 1831 in Hundson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 459††††† vi.†††† Mary Frances DeMOTT #17569, born 12 November 1833 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 98503

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 460††††† vii.††† Eliza Jane DeMOTT #17570, born 14 March 1835 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† +461††††† viii.†† Abraham Huyler DeMOTT #17571 born 13 February 1837.

††††††††† †† 462††††† ix.†††† Hester DeMOTT #17572, born 10 October 1839 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 463††††† x.††††† Henry Augustus DeMOTT #17573, born 12 March in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 464††††† xi.†††† Thomas Ganlier DeMOTT #17574, born 1 October 1841 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 465††††† xii.††† Georgiana DeMOTT #17575, born 17 January 1843 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 466††††† xiii.†† Edgar Montelle DeMOTT #17576, born 14 May 1845 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††† †† 467††††† xiv.Hinson Curtis DeMOTT #17577, born 27 May 1851 in Hudson Co.,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

225.††† Garret5 DeMOTT #13045 (Michael4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 4 November 1789 in Pompton, Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† either Garret or his brother Geroge is the father of Abraham Huylerde

††††††††††† Motte who married Fannie M. Browning and had besides other children Dwight

††††††††††† Wheeler de Motte born 14 Jul 1870 in Jersey City. Occupation Attorney.

 

††††††††††† He married Margaret MANDEVILLE #17586, 16 January 1813 in Bergen, NJ.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† +468††††† i.†††††† Michael6 DeMOTT #17587 born 15 June 1816.

††††††††† †† 469††††† ii.††††† Mary Mandeville DeMOTT #17588, born 3 March 1820 in Pompton Plains,NJ.

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson. Seattle, WA. 1998

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

 

227.††† Margaret5 DeMOTT #13048 (Michael4, Hendrick B.3, Mathias2, Michiel1), born 27 March 1795 in Pompton, Plains,NJ., died 1879.

†††††††††††

††††††††††† SOURCE: Kristin Robinson.Seattle, WA. 1998.

 

††††††††††† She married Richard VREELAND #13053, born 1792 (son of Garret VREELAND #20268 [1751 -†††† ] and Jannetje CADMUS #20269 [1759 -†††† ]), died 1879.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Children:

††††††††† †† 470††††† i.†††††† Henry R.6 VREELAND #20270, born 1822, died 1882.