In a message dated 99-07-11 02:25:27 EDT, you (Terri McDonald Hauk) write To:
<< I am interested in the LABOYTEAUX surname in Hamilton Co., OH, too. The
following is a brief summary of what I've found primarily from LDS Ancestral
Files. I have not verified anything with primary sources yet. There are 3
different people who have submitted information on this line and info matches
between researchers in most cases.>>
Please use the LDS ANCESTRAL FILE with caution. I have found a lot of
mistakes there. I always try to verify the information with other sources.
<<I am descended from William Van Dyke and Maria/Mary Laboyteaux's son,
Dominicus Van Dyke who was born 17 Feb 1782 in Somerset Co., NJ and died and
was buried in Springdale, Hamilton, OH, via his daughter, Mary Ann Van Dyke,
born in Springdale, Hamilton, OH about 1810/11, died in Daviess Co., IN
I would be interested in having more information about the above Mary Ann Van
Dyke. Who did she marry? When? Where? Do you have a list of children? I
have a database of the descendants of Gabriel Laboyteaux, immigrant to US in
the late 1600's from France. I have the above Dominicus in my database, but
do not have a daughter named Mary Ann. How did you connect Mary Ann to
<< William Van Dyke, b. 12 May 1756, Neshanic NJ, d. aft 1803, Somerset NJ
m. Maria/Mary Laboyteaux, b. 10 June 1758, Somerset NJ, d. aft 1804,
[William and Mary appear to have stayed in NJ and died there but the parents
of both moved to Hamilton Co., OH.]>>
The records I have indicate that William Van Dyke and Maria/ Mary Laboyteaux
came to Hamilton Co., IN. The following references are in my notes for
1. HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO COURT AND OTHER RECORDS, Vol 1, compiled by
Virginia R. Cummins, @1966, p.94. Peter Davis and wife Catherine deed to the
heirs of William Van Dyke, Sr. deceased, 23 acres part of the west half of
Section 24 in Township 3, First Entire Range, for $100.00 paid by William
Vandike in his lifetime. Heirs: Dominicus, Peter, Phebe, Margaret, William,
Jr., John, Henry, Joseph, Nicholas, lawful children by Mary, widow of said
William Vandike, Sr., dec'd. 24 Mar 1807, date of deed. Signed by Peter
Davis and Catherine Davis. Winesses: James Moore and David Walker. Recorded
25 Nov 1807, Deed Book G, page 404.
2. [Newark, NJ Historical Soc visit by AWH 29 Jul 1965.] N974.91 So516,
Somerset Co., NJ Historical Quarterly, Vol 4, p. 59, Neshanic Reformed Church
Baptismal Records (1796-1878) Van Dyck (Van Dyke), William and Mary
Labryteaux: John, b 7 Jul 1797, bap Oct 15; Henry, b 8 Nov 1799, bap 20 Apr
1800; Jane Wilson, b 22 Jan 1802, bap Apr 26; Joseph, b 23 Nov 1803, bap 3
3. HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF OHIO BULLETIN, vol 16 (1958), p.
186: William Van Dyke Revolutionary War Soldier in Hamilton Co., Ohio by
Mabel Van Dyke Baer.
William Van Dyke, b 21 May 1756, d prior to 24 Mar 1807, served in Rev. War
in NJ; md Maria Laboyteaux, dau of Peter and Keziah Laboyteaux, in 1780 and
had 11 children born in NJ. The family Bible records them: Dominicus b 17
Feb 1782, d 14 Apr 1814, md Mary Packer; Peter, b 14 Apr 1785, d 25 Apr 1858,
md Ada Blue; Phebe, b 15 Apr 1787, d 19 Feb 1881, md Louis Packer; William, b
6 Dec 1790, d infant; Margaret, b 3 Dec 1792, d infant; William, b 29 Mar
1795, md Elizabeth Auter; John, b 7 Jul 1797; Henry, b 8 Nov 1799; Jane
Wilson, b 23 Jan 1802, died young (bef 24 Mar 1807); Joseph, b 23 Nov 1803;
Nicholas, b abt 1805.
William and Maria Van Dyke brought their family to Springdale area of
Hamilton Co., OH.
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Good luck on your search.
Arlene Wimmer Hill