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There are a few BLIMELYs on my site, as well as a slew of Palatine relatives.
If anyone has information on SCHUMACHERs from Claverack and/or Gallatin, I'd
like to correspond.
on-line gedcom at http://pages.preferred.com/~dsee/genie.html
Garry & Kim Grimes wrote:
> Is anyone researching the BLIMLY/BLIEMLY/PLUMBLY family from Columbia County? The mother of my ancestor Daniel HOFFMAN b. 4 Nov 1818 and bp. St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Churchtown was Anna BLIEMLY. His grandmother may have been Catherine BLIMLY m. to Jacob HOFFMAN. Establishing my HOFFMAN line is difficult (many to choose from) so I am hoping to attack this problem from the BLIMLY side.
Is anyone researching the BLIMLY/BLIEMLY/PLUMBLY family from Columbia County? The mother of my ancestor Daniel HOFFMAN b. 4 Nov 1818 and bp. St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Churchtown was Anna BLIEMLY. His grandmother may have been Catherine BLIMLY m. to Jacob HOFFMAN. Establishing my HOFFMAN line is difficult (many to choose from) so I am hoping to attack this problem from the BLIMLY side.
Here you are folks... had a little extra time on my hands today! Feel free to
forward, but I would appreciate the credit for the work.
Researching: WARREN, HIGGINS, NELSON, CASEY, GALLAGHER, SCHNURR, HALLENBECK
Biographies in History of Columbia County, NY by Captain Franklin Ellis, 1878
Alphabetized using first name NOT title (Dr., Hon., etc..)
Transcribed by John Warren (JWarren102(a)aol.com)
Aken, Nelson P.
Allen, William Howard
Anable, Hon. Samuel
Angell, Joel H.
Barstow, Samual A.
Barton, Stephen K.
Beale, Hon. Charles L.
Bushnell, Elisha W.
Butler, Benjamin Franklin
Cadman, Hon. John
Cole, William B.
Collier, Casper P.
Collin, Hon. John F.
Cowles, Davis S.
Cowles, Edward Pitkin
Curtis, Daniel S.
Curtis, Samuel A.
Douglas Jr., Alfred
Du Bois, Stephen Augustus
Edmonds, John W.
Evans, Hon. Cornelius H.
Evans, Robert W.
Gardenier, David W.
Gaul Jr., John
Gile M.D., Lorenzo
Gillett, Hon. Ranson H.
Gould, John Stanton
Grosvenor, Thomas P.
Hand, Horatio Nelson
Hand, The Family
Hoysradt, Hon. Jacob W.
Hogeboom, Hon. Henry
Hogeboom, Hon. John T.
Hollenbeck, Michael J.
Jordan, Ambrose L.
Leavenworth, Elias W.
Livingston, Judge Robert R.
Livingston, Robert R. (the Chancellor)
Livingston, Edward P.
Magoun, Stephen L.
McClellan, Hon. Hugh Wilson
McKinstry, Mrs. Sally
McKinstry, Hon. Robert
Miller, Hon. Theodore
Monell, Joseph D.
Myers, Samuel L.
Overhiser, John H.
Palen, Joseph Gilbert
Peaslee, Horace White
Peck, Hon. Darius
Philip, George W.
Philip, John Van Ness
Porter, William A.
Rogers, Hon. Harper W.
Shufelt M.D., James T.
Spencer, John C.
Ten Broeck, Hon. Jacob
Tilden, Henry A.
Tilden, Moses Y.
Tilden, Samuel Jones
Tobey, William H.
Van Buren, John
Van Buren, Martin
Van Dusen, John
Van Ness, Cornelius P.
Van Ness, John P.
Van Ness, William P.
Van Ness, William W.
Van Rensselaer, Jacob Rutsen
Van Schaack, Henry
Van Schaack, Peter
Vanderpoel, Dr. S. Oakley
Webb, James Watson
Wendover, John Thompson
Williams, M. Parker
Worth, William J.
Looking for information concerning the VanALEN family of Kinderhook. One of
their homes was The Gables, a 1000 acre farm in Kinderhook, New York. The
house was originally built in 1721 by the VanAlen family, and an addition
added in 1924. It was called "The Gables." The Carriage House at the Gables
was a speak-easy during the 1920s. The current owners have restored much of
the property and are running a B&B operation there.
Apparently the VanAlens primary home was in downtown Kinderhook and it is
listed in several historic-homes-of-New York references, and it may be
officially a historic site. I am interested in the family history of the
VanAlen's at the time of The Gables, 1721.
Is anyone working this family? Peter
Columbia County ancestors of interest
with date/place of birth
Acker, Sarah (bap 1776) David (1750) Claverack
Clapper, FAMILY Kinderhook, Churchtown, North Chatham
Dederick, Anna Jan 5 1741 Germantown
Dedrick, Magdalena 1805 Kinderhook/N. Chatham
DeLameter, Gurtruy 1715 Claverack
Haber, Elizabetha May 3 1733 Germantown
Harder, Elizabetha(bap Apr 11 1757) Claverack
Heuser, Christina Jul 16 1751 Germantown
Holtzapfel, Eva Aug 23 1735 Germantown
Jocobi, Sarah 1795 m Shufelt Hudson
Klum, Engel abt 1740 m Pulver 1769 Germantown
Martin, Frederick W. Feb 6 1799 Germantown
Muller, Lizabeth (1768) Cornelius (c1745) Johannes (c1720) Claverack
Murphy, Elizabeth Dec 31 1765 Claverack
New, Simon (1767), Sarah (1797) Claverack
Priest, Victor Williamson Feb 1883 Hudson
Pulver, Mary (1835), Wm (1804), Wm W (1773) Ancram
Rood, Jerusha (Apr 22 1765) m Rowley Claverack c1785
Rowley, Edwin Collier Apr 22 1854 Hudson
Shattuck, Bertha E (1861), Fred W (1835) Hudson
Shufelt, George Adam Feb 16 1794 Ghent
Smit, Christina (1750) Johann Adam (1724) Kinderhook/Claverack
Stoppelbeen, Anna Maria c1725 m Smit Kinderhook/Claverack
Stratton, Pamelia abt 1804 Columbia County
VanAlsteyn, Catherine 1683 Kinderhook
VanHoesen, Maria abt 1722 m Harder in 1738
VanValkenburg, FAMILY 1740-1800 Germantown, Kinderhook, Claverack
Good hunting, Peter
Thought I would list my Columbia County surnames in case anyone else is
researching. Timeframe for all is ca. 1750 - ca. 1900
RANSFORD/RAYNSFORD (Malden Bridge area)
RICHMOND (Chatham area)
ANDREWS (Ghent and Chatham)
BENJAMIN (Chatham area)
BEEBE (New Concord, Chatham area)
SOUTHARD (Chatham area)
Anyone have ANY link to Thompson HURD b. OCT 07, 1787....in W. Copake,
Columbia Co., NY....married Henrietta ROBINSON b. aft 1792 in MA
they both died sometime after the 1850 census--maybe in Cortland Co. NY...PS
Thompson HURD's son Isaac HURD was b. somehwere ___Columbia CTY??? Mar 31,
1821.....and died of disease after the Battle of Ft Fisher, Wilmington, NC
April 07, 1865 (A Civil War casualty).......HELP?
Am looking for information on John Bartholomew who lived in or near
Columbia Co in the late 1700's or wife Anna margaretha Klapper.
Siblings, parents, dob, etc. would be helpful.
Also Elnathan Strong b 1764 in Middleston Ct and lived after the war in
Hillsdale married to John's daughter Margaret. They had nine children
some of whom moved and others stayed in Columbia Co.
I have considerable info on the Klapeprs past and the Strong's (my line)
to the present.
Rev. Micheal Strong
Trinity Lutheran Church, Springfield, Il
My researching has brought me to Columbia Co., I am looking for more
information on the families of Peter I or T Hyser and Elly Fritz. They were
married in 1819 in Germantown. They were in Oswego Co. in 1829. Their
children Luman, Lyman and Arlet were baptised at the Mexico Presbyterian
Church. Their daughter Maria was admitted to the Mexico Pres. church (she
would have been 15 or 16 yrs) by profession of faith in 1831. I would like
to find more information on Maria, where she was baptised and if she had any
other siblings. She must have come from a first marriage. She is my
If any one else is researching these families or has access to records I would
appreciate your time I have additional information that I am more than willing
I have been researching the Lay Family for over ten years. My line
starts with John Lay Sr. (Squire) b. 1610 in England, through his oldest
son John b. 1633, (by his first wife). Then into Columbia County, N.Y.
when Joseph and Marcy (Deming) Lay moved there just before the Rev.
War. Their son Edward, b. 1762 served in Rev. War. and his wife Patta
Sutherland received a land bounty for her husbands service.
Edward accompanied his older brother Rev. Samuel Lay to the area of
Seneca County of N.Y. in the area now known as Bridgeport, on the shores
of Cayuga Lake, where he helped build a log house for Samuel's wife and
9 children. They returned to Columbia County, where Edward remained and
Rev. Samuel Lay took his family back to Seneca County.
This family was well represented then and still has ancestors living in
the area. They were responsible for what was known as Laystown, on the
western edge of the Montezuma Swamp. Today there still remains Lay Road
and the old Marblestone house, and schoolhouse, both in good repair with
people living in them.
There son John moved to Wayne County after the death of his first wife
Ruth Crandall, He, along with his second wife Lucy Cornwell Fowler,
sons Ezra and Russell are buried in the Newark Cemetery, North Main St.
Newark, Wayne Co., N.Y.
My complete data base can be found at my web site
There you may download a GedCom file. Please e-mail me when you do. I
would like to know who else is researching these Lay lines, also if you
find anything that you question, PLEASE contact me so we can talk about
it and try to get things straight (meaning that there are mistakes, we
all have them).
I also have information on John (Squire) Lay Sr's. brother Robert Lay,
family and some of that line. Would appreciate any and all information
pertaining to these lines.
Hope to hear from some of you.
Check out the "Lay Family Genealogical Association"
Looking for any information on Julia CARROLL. This is what I know so far:
Julia CARROLL born Hudson, Columbia, NY, date unknown. She married George
CAMPBELL b. 1844 d. 1904. Marriage date and place unknown. Julia died 20 MAY
1875 Hunter, Greene, NY. Her body was removed to Hudson, Columbia, NY for
burial. Julia and George were the parents of three sons.
Frederick F. CAMPBELL b. 26 JAN 1869 d. 16 OCT 1943. MArried 18 FEB 1890
Tannersville, Greene, NY to Maud Jane HAINES b. 7 SEP 1874, Camden Center,
George F. CAMPBELL b. 1870 d. 1949 m. (1) Elizabeth RIGHTMEYER b. 1871 d.
1915 (2) Grace WHALEN
Gordon CAMPBELL b. 1874 d. 1942 m. Mary SCHOONMAKER b. 1871 d. ????
Is there any one on the list with connections to Julia?
I am researching these lines in Columbia Co.:
The last two people listed in each of the following three lines moved from
Columbia Co. to Wayne Co., NY about the 1830s:
Uldrich -> Teunis -> Philip -> Reuben
John -> John
William -> Aaron -> Cornelius -> Aaron -> Susan
I am also researching Lemuel CROSSMAN (CROSMAN) who married Lovica (Lovicy)
ANDREWS in Hillsdale, Columbia Co. in 1795. They moved to Onondaga Co., NY
Other Columbia Co. surnames:
Is anyone else researching any of these lines?
I am looking for information about or descendants of Joseph Elliott
(1727-1796) who is buried at Ancrum. His wife was Gertraut Schmidt of the
1709 Palatines. I have no information about her death date or burial
They had four children...
Elizabeth (married a Trafford)
William (married Lucretia Lowrey)
John (married a Snyder)
James (moved to Albany)
I have posted this to both the Curtis list and the Dutchess County NY list in
the past without any luck. Perhaps someone on this new list may be able to
My great grandfather Egbert Silvernail HOYSRADT (also spelled Hiserodt or
Heuzeroth) was born 25 NOV 1827 in Columbia County NY (probably Ancram). His
parents are identified on his marriage certificate as Jacob HOYSRADT and
Harriet CURTIS. As an adult, Egbert moved to Kenosha county, WI, where he
married Margaret Theresa MURPHY, an immigrant from England.
I have not been able to find any further information on Jacob HOYSRADT,
although I believe he may be one of twin sons born to Hen(d)rich HOYSRADT and
Catharina HOLSAPPEL on 10 MAR 1797.
Of Harriet I know only (from a great aunt) that she had a brother (or nephew?)
Philo CURTIS, whose son Cyrus married an Esther SWENSON. Their daughter
Virginia married Charles Egbert ALVERS, a grandson of Egbert and Margaret
Can anyone give me any clues as to Harriet's parentage?
Does anyone have any information on the parents of the following
couple? They appear to have been living in Columbia County in 1783.
Later moved to Dutchess Co. and then Woodstock, Ulster Co., NY
Phillip Ricks (b. 1745-1755 - d. 1828) [Will Book G, 1828, executor's
accounts, etc. file box 33, Ulster County Surrogates's office]
(Also found ref. UL Co. Will BkG/334, 23 June 1827 pvd 31 Dec 1829)
Anna Marie Laun/Lang/Louw (b. 1745-1755 - d. 1828)
The LAUN name appears to be a Palatine family.
c: +John Ricks (~01/30/1781 - 03/16/1864 Woodstock) (83-1-18)
m: Harriet (Ariaantje) Du Bois, (bp. 10/06/1794 Kingston DRC # 9260 -
d. 9/6/1865 Woodstock) (70-10-23) [E-987]
+Anna Maria (1/23/1783 - d. 11/29/1852 Woodstock 69-10-8)
(1/23/1783 - bp. St. Johns Lutheran Church, Manorton, Columbia Co., NY)
m: Abraham Vredenburg on 02/18/1800 (Kingston MR2080) -
(b. ~02/06/1768? - d.08/05/1861 93-6-27)
+Elisabet Ricks (bp. 6/27/1785 Kingston DRC #8430)
m: Henry Shultis, Jr. on 8/25/1805 (Kingston #2190)
+Phillipus (sp.) Ricks (bp. 1/13/1787 Kingston DRC #8650) -
11/25/1849 (Woodstock) Farmer - died of Typhus Fever
m: Margaret Conner (~07/18/1796 - 04/27/1878 Woodstock)(85-9-9) ???
+Christian Ricks (bp. 3/7/1793 Kingston DRC #9118) - 02/5/1875 (82-1-7)
m: Catherine Van Etten (~06/24/1791 - 01/21/1875 (84-6-28)
Catharina Ricks (bp. 5/31/1797 Kingston DRC #9482)
+Jonathan Haasbroek Ricks (bp. 2/28/1795 Kingston DRC #9293 -
03/30/1872 Woodstock) (77-2-15)
m1 Eve ????? (~09/20/1796 - 07/11/1834 (38-9-21)
m2 Anna ????? (~04/08/1806 - 03/21/1881 (74-11-13)
+Hannah Rick/Annaje Rich (b. 7/16/1790, bp. 10/5/1790 St. Peters Lutheran
Church, Rhinebeck - 4/6/1867 (Pine Bush))
(From the Kingston Press, 1867 - Death - Pine Bush 4/6
m: Henry Myers
I have found another LAUN/RICK couple that possible may be related to
Philip and Anna Marie. They are:
Johannes Laun and Elisabeth Rick
married 9/26/1769 Germantown Reformed Church (her last name listed as Brick)
parents of Christina bp. 1/28/1781 German Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, NY (now
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Red Hook, NY)
Also listed as sponsors for baptisms 4/26/1778 and 10/7/1798 at the same
church. (On 4/26, Elisabeth is listed as Ruck.)
There is a chapter in Alf Ever's book WOODSTOCK; History of an American town
titled "Philip Rick's Remarkable Apple" which credits Philip with growing
the first Jonathan apple tree.
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