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The 1835 baptism record for Grovener Rossman, son of Jacob I. & Margaret, shows he was
born in 1824 in Kelly's transcription (Kinship Pub). Grovener 15 is in the household
of Jacob I Rossman 53 farmer, & Margaret 46 at Claverack in 1850, so it appears that
the 1824 birth date is an error and should be 1834.
St. Thomas Luth. Ch., Churchtown, Columbia Co., NY:
#4026 - 20 Mar 1835 Grovener b.25 Dec 1824
Jacob I. Rossman, Margareth Kels
Claverack Ref. Ch., Columbia Co., NY:
#2917 - 2 Jul 1797 Jacob b. 11 May 1797
Johannes Rossman, Catharine Fonda
Sp. Jonas Miller, Susanna Rossman
St. John's Luth. Ch., Manorton, Columbia Co., NY:
#229 -- 1774 - Johannes b. 28 Dec 1774
Jacob Roschmann, Elisabeth
Sp. Conrad Roschman, Anna Maria
Zion Luth. Ch. (Loonenburg), Athens, Greene Co., NY:
#1304 4 May 1746 - Jacob b. 30 Mar 1746
Conrad Rosman, Susanna
Sp. Jacob Scheffer, Dorothea
"baptized in Tarbush"
Joh. Conrad Rosman was confirmed "at Kamp" 3 May 1729 aged 18 as recorded in the
NY City Luth. Ch. records (HZ Jones PFNY 1710).
Johannes Roschmann (Hunter #613), aged 30 in New York City in 1711, was a carpenter, a
devout Lutheran, and a soldier in the Canadian expedition of 1711 and in the Independent
Companie (militia) of the Mannor of Livingston in 1715, all in records cited by HZ Jones.
Check the Rickard Index on Cliff's site for the burials:
Elisabetha Hamm, the wife of Jacob, died 23 Dec 1849 at 100 years (Hudson Repository
newspaper fr. Jones).
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