James Ball Sr.1

M, #22864, b. 1695, d. 1783
FatherJohn Ball2 b. 1670, d. bt 15 Aug 1722 - 13 Nov 1722
MotherSinah (?)2 d. bt 1708 - 1710
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
     James Ball Sr. married Catherine (?)1 James Ball Sr. was born in 1695 at Stafford Co., Virginia, USA.1
James Ball Sr. was buried in 1783 at Location unknown

; from FindAGrave.com:
     Birth:      1695, Stafford County, Virginia, USA
     Death:      1783, Stafford County, Virginia, USA
     James was the eldest child of John Ball I and his first wife Sinah. James had three younger sisters--Mary, Sinah, and Martha. When his mother died (1708/1709), his father remarried to a young catholic Welsh heiress named Winifred Williams (daughter of William ap Williams and Ann Harrison) on 9 Mar 1710. James' father and his new step mother, Winifred, had four more children (Ann, John II, Moses, George), making them James' half siblings. James moved with his family to Great Hunting Creek in Stafford County between 1715 and 1717 on land his father had purchased from Robert Bret, executor of Nicholas Brent, in 1715.
     James became a Lieutenant of the Continental Line, in the American Revolution. Evidence of this is found in "Virginia Soldiers of 1776" by Louis A. Burgess:
     "LIEUT. JAMES BALL, Executive Dept., Apr. 116, 1833. The heirs of James Ball are allowed Land Bounty for his services as a Lieutenant in the continental Line for 3 yrs., If not heretofore drawn. (Signed) John Floyd, Governor." AND "FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, "December Court, Mar. 14, 1885. It was ordered to be certified that James Ball, who is said to have been an officer in the Revolutionary War, died about the year 1783; that Moses Ball, of Fairfax County, was his elder brother and heir; that Moses Ball died in 1792, testate, intestate as to the estate of his brother James Ball.....Copy teste, F. W. Richardson, Clerk."
     Source: "The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933) pg 4
     This was a time of great discrimination against Catholics in Maryland and Virginia, and oppressed Catholics tended to rely on each other. James may have chosen to live in the Potomack Hundred in Maryland (present-day area of Georgetown in Washington, D.C.) prior to 1733 because there were priests and numerous Catholic families there, i.e., a Catholic community that flourished clandestinely until after the Revolution. Holy Trinity Catholic Church records in Georgetown, Washington County, District of Columbia from 1832 - 1838 show clearly that descendants of James Ball were Catholics who were baptized and married there.
     James married a lady named Catherine. They had two sons
      John
      James Jr.
     In his father's will, John Ball I left two Items to James as stated,
     "Item: I give and bequeath to my well beloved son James Ball that plantation where he now dwells and as much of that tract of land joining at both ends of the said plantation as shall make the quantity of one hundred acres to him and his heirs lawfully begotten for ever, but in default of such heirs then to fall to the next male heir of the kin for ever." ,
     "Item: I give and bequeath to my son James Ball one case of Pistols & Holsters it being all that I design that he shall have of my estate with the land before mentioned to cutting him off from all ye rest."
     Sources:
      "The Ball Family of Southwest Virginia" by Palmer R. Ball (1933)
     
"The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.
      "Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980)
     Family links: Parents:
      John Ball (1670 - 1722)
      Sinah Ball (____ - 1709)
     Siblings:
      James Ball (1695 - 1783)
      Mary Ball Jackson (1700 - ____)*
      Sinah Ball Thrift (1704 - ____)*
      Ann Ball Hawes (1712 - ____)**
      John Ball (1714 - 1766)**
      Moses Ball (1717 - 1792)**
      George Ball (1720 - 1801)**
     Burial: Unknown
     Maintained by: Find A Grave
     Originally Created by: Debra Polly
     Record added: Apr 27, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 89197051.
James Ball Sr. died in 1783 at Stafford Co., Virginia, USA.1

Family

Catherine (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Lieut James Ball, Sr: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89197051. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Ball, I: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40686061

Mary Ball

F, #22865, b. 1698, d. after 1749
FatherJohn Ball1 b. 1670, d. bt 15 Aug 1722 - 13 Nov 1722
MotherSinah (?)1 d. bt 1708 - 1710
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
     Mary Ball married John Jackson; from FindAGrave.com: "Mary married John Jackson, a mariner from Maryland."2 Mary Ball was born in 1698 at Fairfax Co., Virginia, USA; FindAGrave.com says b1700.2
Mary Ball was buried after 1749 at Location unknown

; from FindAGrave.com:
     Birth:      1700, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
     Death:      unknown
     Mary was the first daughter and third child of John Ball I and his first wife Sinah. She was born in Little Hunting Creek, Virginia. When her mother died (1708/1709), her father remarried to a young Catholic Welsh heiress named Winifred Williams on 9 Mar 1710. They had four more children making them her half siblings. Mary's family moved to Great Hunting Creek in Stafford county between 1715 and 1717 to land her father, John Ball I, had purchased in 1715 from Robert Brent, executor of Nicholas Brent.
     Mary married John Jackson, a mariner from Maryland. She died after 1749. This was a time of great discrimination against Catholics in Maryland and Virginia, and oppressed Catholics tended to rely on each other. They moved to the Pottomack Hundred in Maryland, probably because they were Catholic and there was a flourishing Catholic community in that area. Her brother James and his wife Catherine moved there too, after they did.
     Mary is mentioned in her father's will, dated August 14, 1722 and proven in court on November 14, 1722:
     "Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary Ball all that tract of land lying on the south side of Doegg's Run and adjoining on Coll. George Masons containing three hundred acres, the said land I give unto her and her heirs lawfully [begotten] of her Body for ever but if in default of such heirs then to fall to her brother James Ball to him and his heirs for ever.
     Item: I give one cow and calf one feather bed and Iron Pott which is all I give unto my daughter Mary Ball of my estate whatsoever."
     This land was about four miles southwest of Little Hunting Creek where Mary was reared. Mary would have been about 16 years old when her parents moved to Great Hunting Creek and may not have accompanied them. Mary Ball sold these 300 acres of land to Henry Trenn, planter of Fairfax county, Virginia, on May 3, 1749. This land had been bequeathed to Mary entail, but the entail was docked at the time of the sale.
     Sources:
      The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.
      "Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980)
     Family links: Parents:
      John Ball (1670 - 1722)
      Sinah Ball (____ - 1709)
     Siblings:
      James Ball (1695 - 1783)*
      Mary Ball Jackson (1700 - ____)
      Sinah Ball Thrift (1704 - ____)*
      Ann Ball Hawes (1712 - ____)**
      John Ball (1714 - 1766)**
      Moses Ball (1717 - 1792)**
      George Ball (1720 - 1801)**
     Burial:Unknown
     Maintained by: Find A Grave
     Originally Created by: Debra Polly
     Record added: Apr 27, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 89201681.2
Mary Ball died after 1749.2

Family

John Jackson

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Ball, I: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40686061. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Mary Ball Jackson: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89201681

Martha Ball

F, #22866, b. 1708
FatherJohn Ball1 b. 1670, d. bt 15 Aug 1722 - 13 Nov 1722
MotherSinah (?)1 d. bt 1708 - 1710
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
     Martha Ball was born in 1708.

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Ball, I: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40686061. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.

Kezziah Ann Hanson

F, #22867, b. 1725, d. 1785
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
     Kezziah Ann Hanson was born in 1725 at Virginia, USA.1 She married George Ball, son of John Ball and Winifred Williams, on 15 April 1754.2,1
Kezziah Ann Hanson was buried in 1785 at Location unknown

; from FindAGrave.com:
     Birth:      1725, Virginia, USA
     Death:      1785, Washington County, Virginia, USA
     Keziah married on April 15, 1754 to George Ball (son of John Ball and his first wife Winifred Williams).
     They had children:
      John (b. 1756)
      William (b. 1758) -- killed by Indians.
      Elizabeth (b. 1761 in VA)
      Martha (b. 1764)
      Moses (b. 1768)
      George Jr. (b. abt. 1770)
     Keziah and son William were killed by Indians abt. 1785 near Abingdon Washington Co., Virginia at the same time Indians massacred the family of Archibald Scott in Virginia. Her husband George had hidden in a cave during the attack and was later buried in front of the cave after his death.
     Sources:
      "Ball Family History" by Joan Huseman Ball (1980)
      "The Ball Family of the Potomac (1654-2004)" by Doris LeClerc Ball, PH.D. and George L. Ball, M.S.
      "From Saddlebags to Satellites" by Harold E. Ball, Publication: Privately published 1990
      "Ball/Tunnell Family Records", Author: Wilma M (Cowsar) Brown, Publication: 1998-2008
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Pedigree Resource File
     name: Kezziah Ann Hanson
     gender: Female
     birth: Abt 1725, Of Virginia, USA
     afn: 5DBZ-CC6
     Marriages (1)
     spouse: George Ball (AFN: 5DBZ-BP3 )
     marriage: Abt 1755, Of Fairfax County, VA
     children (6)
     child 1: Moses Ball 3rd (AFN: 5D3H-Q91 )
     gender: Male
     birth 1768, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virgina
     death 9 JUL 1840, Chadwell Station Church, Lee County, VA
     burial Kincaid Cem., Ewing, Lee Co., VA
     child 2: John Ball (AFN: 5DBZ-GSD )
     gender: Male
     birth 1756, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virgina
     burial front of a cave near Ewing, Lee County, VA near where his mother and brother William were
     child 3: Elizabeth Ball (AFN: 5DBZ-J0R )
     gender: Female
     birth Abt 1761, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virgina
     child 4: William Ball (AFN: 5DBZ-HD3 )
     gender: Male
     birth Abt 1758, Fairfax, Fairfax County, Virgina
     child 5: Martha Ball (AFN: 5DBZ-M7Q )
     gender: Female
     birth 1764, Fairfax County, VA
     death 1836, Boone's Path, Lee County, VA
     child 6: George Ball Jr (AFN: 5DBZ-JK9 )
     gender: Male
     birth Abt 1770 Of Fairfax County, VA
     Source Citation: "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch, entry for Kezziah Ann Hanson.
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     Notes Killed by Indians;
     Family links: Children: John Ball (1756 - 1809)*
     Burial: Body lost or destroyed
     Maintained by: Find A Grave
     Originally Created by: Debra Polly
     Record added: Apr 26, 2012
     Find A Grave Memorial# 89165706.1
Kezziah Ann Hanson died in 1785 at Washington Co., Virginia, USA.1

Family

George Ball b. 1720, d. 1801

Citations

  1. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Keziah Ann Hanson Ball: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=89165706. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, John Ball, I: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=40686061

Elizabeth Linton

F, #22868, b. circa 1651
FatherMoses Linton b. c 1613
ChartsAncestors - Martha Arnold Susong
ReferenceGKJ7
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Elizabeth Linton married Richard Ball. Elizabeth Linton was born circa 1651 at Norfolk Co., Virginia, USA.
     GKJ-7.

Family

Richard Ball b. c 1644
Child
  • John Ball+ b. 1670, d. bt 15 Aug 1722 - 13 Nov 1722

Anne Harrison1

F, #22869, b. 1658
ChartsAncestors - Martha Arnold Susong
ReferenceGKJ7
Last Edited6 Jun 2017
     Anne Harrison married William Williams.1 Anne Harrison was born in 1658.1
     Anne Harrison and William Williams lived at Lanterman, Charles Co., Maryland, USA.2 GKJ-7.

Family

William Williams b. 1652, d. 1703
Children

Citations

  1. [S890] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=cuterisa, Linda Runyon (unknown location), downloaded updated 2 Oct 2001.
  2. [S2374] Find a Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Winifred Wiliam Lawrence: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=87871028. Hereinafter cited as Find a Grave.
  3. [S890] e-mail address, updated 2 Oct 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cuterisa&id=I24704

Margaret Williams1

F, #22870, b. circa 1717
FatherWilliam Williams1 b. 1652, d. 1703
MotherAnne Harrison1 b. 1658
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Margaret Williams was born circa 1717 at Charles Co., Maryland, USA.1

Moses Linton

M, #22871, b. circa 1613
ChartsAncestors - Martha Arnold Susong
ReferenceGKJ8
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Moses Linton was born circa 1613.
     GKJ-8. Moses Linton was also known as Moses Lynton.

Family

Child

Nicholas Kones1

M, #22872, b. circa 1680, d. 14 October 1746
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Nicholas Kones married Catherine (?)2 Nicholas Kones was born circa 1680 at Germany.1
Nicholas Kones died on 14 October 1746 at Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA.1,3
     ; The will of Nicholas Kones of the Mountains, Somerset County, New Jersey, was
executed 29 May 1746 and was proved on 15 Oct 1746 (NJ Archives, Series 1, Vol. 30,
page 285). It lists wife Catharine and children Jacob, Michael, Adam, Barbara Menton,
Margaret Harsough, Elizabeth Ranger and Mary Harpending.3 GKJ-6.

Family

Catherine (?) d. 1758
Child

Catherine (?)1

F, #22873, d. 1758
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Catherine (?) married Nicholas Kones.1
Catherine (?) died in 1758 at York, Adams Co., Pennsylvania, USA.2
     GKJ-6.

Family

Nicholas Kones b. c 1680, d. 14 Oct 1746
Child

Cornelia Delamater1

F, #22874, b. 19 February 1685
FatherJan/Johannes Delamater2 b. 1653, d. 1702
MotherRuth R. Waldron3 b. c 10 May 1657
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited31 Jan 2003
     Cornelia Delamater was born on 19 February 1685 at Harlem, New York, USA.1 She married Cornelius Bogaert on 27 May 1704 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1
     GKJ-6.

Family

Cornelius Bogaert b. 3 Sep 1682
Child

Jan/Johannes Delamater1,2

M, #22875, b. 1653, d. 1702
FatherClaude LeMaitre3 b. c 1620, d. 1683
MotherHester DuBois4 b. 9 Oct 1625
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ7
Last Edited3 Sep 2002
     Jan/Johannes Delamater was born in 1653 at Flatbush, Long Island, New York, USA.1 He married Ruth R. Waldron, daughter of Resolveert Waldron and Tanneke Barentse Nagel, on 21 July 1678 at Dutch Church, New York, New York, USA.5
Jan/Johannes Delamater died in 1702.1
     GKJ-7.

Jan/Johannes Delamater left a will on 25 October 1702 at New York, New York, USA; Proved, before Lord Cornbury, September 9, 1703
In the name of God, Amen. Upon the day and year underwritten, appeared before me, Adrian Vermeuile, Clerk of the Town of New Harlem, admitted by ye Honourable the Mayors Court of New York, and in the presence of the underwritten witnesses. John De Lameter, being sick in bed." He makes his wife, Ruth Waldron, 'master and ruler' of all his goods during her life, but she shall not mortgage or bring any incumbrance upon it. The eldest son is to have one cow, one horse, and 5, and then to have his share equally with the other children (not named). Dated October 25, 1702. Witnesses: Isaac De Lameter (brother), Johanes Waldron, Peter Oblinus. Proved, before Lord Cornbury, September 9, 1703. Tami, Chris. New York City Wills, Vol. 2. 1708-1728 Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1998, p. 126.

Family

Ruth R. Waldron b. c 10 May 1657
Children

Ruth R. Waldron1,2

F, #22876, b. circa 10 May 1657
FatherResolveert Waldron3
MotherTanneke Barentse Nagel4 b. c 1624
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ7
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Ruth R. Waldron was born circa 10 May 1657 at Harlem, New Amsterdam, New York, USA.2 She married Jan/Johannes Delamater, son of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, on 21 July 1678 at Dutch Church, New York, New York, USA.1
     GKJ-7.

Family

Jan/Johannes Delamater b. 1653, d. 1702
Children

Resolveert Waldron1,2

M, #22877
FatherWilliam Waldron3 b. c 20 Sep 1589, d. b 1639
MotherRuth Walker4 b. 1595, d. b 1639
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ8
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Resolveert Waldron married Rebecca Hendricks Koch on 20 August 1645 at Diemen, Holland.5 Resolveert Waldron married Tanneke Barentse Nagel, daughter of Barent Nagel, on 10 May 1654 at Amsterdam, Netherlands; Having the misfortune to lose his wife, he married again, on May 10th, 1654, a lady of thirty years, living near the West India House, Tanneke Nagel, daughter of Barent Nagel, deceased, of Groningen. J. Riker, Harlem, 1881, pg. 104.6,7
     ; Member List, RDC NY 1649, Pg. 505: Resolveert Waldron, en Tanneken Barents, syn huysv.

See: NYGB, Jan, Apr and July, 1995: "The European Origin and Ancestry of Joseph and Resolved Waldron" by Douglas Richardson. "See: Jan, Apr and July issues of 1995 New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, "The European Origin and Ancestry of Joseph and Resolved Waldron" by Douglas Richardson. (fully sourced and contains much information about the family, including Resolved's parents (Willam Waldron baptised 20 Sept. 1589 in Hampshire England and Ruth Walker) and grandparents (John Waldron/Walderne b. ca 1560 Eng. and Joan). The author has provided many primary documents detailing the lives of William Waldron and his father John." Source: Lorine McG. Schulze, The Olive Tree Genealogy [http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com], posted above at DCML.

See also: John Innes's book, "New Amsterdam and Its People" [1902]:

Source for notes below, Jas. Riker's History of Harlem 1881 [1st Ed]
Joseph and Resolved Waldron, sons of Resolved Waldron, of Amsterdam, were book-printers. The family was English; the name, of repute in England from the time of the Conqueror, had spread through nearly all its southern tier of counties. But born and raised at Amsterdam, these brothers had acquired all the characteristics of Hollanders, having also married Dutch wives, the sisters Aeltie and Rebecca Hendricks, whose father, Hendrick Koch, was a respectable Amsterdam burgher. It is stated on pretty good authority that Resolved had made the voyage to Brazil, but of this we will not speak further here. Having the misfortune to lose his wife, he married again, on May 10th, 1654, a lady of thirty years, living near the West India House, Tanneke Nagel, daughter of Barent Nagel, deceased, of Groningen. Resolved was living at this time in the Teerketelssteeg, a short street just north of the Dam; but the same year sailed with his family for America. His brother, Joseph Waldron, had preceded him to this country by two years, according to his son’s reckoning. He also was accompanied by a second wife, Annetie Daniels, but twenty-five when he married her at Amsterdam April 4th, 1649, she and Resolved’s wife being of even age.

Near the time Resolved Waldron left for the Manhattans, the young John La Montague, who had spent seventeen years at the latter place, indeed had grown up there, where he was highly esteemed and was now in business with Vincent Pikes, both free traders in company, arrived at Amsterdam in the ship King Solomon. Not only to visit his native land and kindred, alike as strange and new to his eye as though he were an alien he came to buy a stock of merchandise, and also to sell a lot of tobacco, of which he was consignee, and invest the proceeds in goods for his uncle, Isaac de Forest; but what more deeply concerned him, to choose a wife, the fair one selected being Peternella, sister of his business partner, and daughter of Jan Pikes, of Amsterdam. The nuptial knot being tied by Pastor Meursius, at Slootbrdyk, a village a mile from Amsterdam, on March 14th following (1655), La Montagne sailed very soon on his return, his wife remaining till after the birth and baptism of her son John, which occurred late in the same year.

'Heermans' Survey of Maryland': "...and in 1659 we find Director-General Stuyvesant sending Heermans and one RESOLVED WALDRON, as a deputation to visit the Governor of Maryland, in order to establish , if possible, an agreement respecting the boundaries of that colony, and those of the Dutch settlement s along the Delaware," p. 288n. Per Jean, 1/7/2001, Dutch Colonies Mailing List Archives at Rootsweb.

Some info here: http://www.linkline.com/personal/xymox/roh/waldron.htm
America's First Families - Ancestor Roll Of Honor. GKJ-8.

Family 1

Rebecca Hendricks Koch b. 1623, d. b 10 May 1654
Children

Family 2

Tanneke Barentse Nagel b. c 1624
Children

Citations

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Tanneke Barentse Nagel1,2

F, #22878, b. circa 1624
FatherBarent Nagel3 d. b 10 May 1654
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ8
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Tanneke Barentse Nagel died at Haarlem, New Amsterdam, New York, USA.2 She was born circa 1624 at Groningen, Holland.2 She married Resolveert Waldron, son of William Waldron and Ruth Walker, on 10 May 1654 at Amsterdam, Netherlands; Having the misfortune to lose his wife, he married again, on May 10th, 1654, a lady of thirty years, living near the West India House, Tanneke Nagel, daughter of Barent Nagel, deceased, of Groningen. J. Riker, Harlem, 1881, pg. 104.1,2
     GKJ-8.

Family

Resolveert Waldron
Children

Claude LeMaitre1

M, #22879, b. circa 1620, d. 1683
FatherGuillaume LeMaistre2
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ8
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     Claude LeMaitre was born in 1611 at Richebourg, Artois, France.1 He was born circa 1620 at Richebourg, Artois, France.3 He married Louise Quennel in 1638 at Canterbury, co. Kent, England.4 Claude LeMaitre married Jeanne de Lannoy on 15 April 1648 at Leiden, Netherlands.5 Claude LeMaitre married Hester DuBois, daughter of Pierre DuBois and Catherine Clarisse, on 24 April 1652 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.6
Claude LeMaitre died in 1683 at New York, New York, USA.1
     ; CLAUDE DELAMATER, the grandfather of Hester DeLamater, was born 1620 at Richebourg, Artois, France. In the 1640's he fled as a refugee to Amsterdam, probably with his wife, Joanne DeLannoy. She must have died, for he married at Amsterdam on April 24, 1652, Hester DuBois. He migrated to New Netherland later that year and settled at Flatbush, L.I. He worked as a carpenter. In 1661 he applied for land on Staten Island, but removed to Harlem, N.Y. instead. He served four terms as a magistrate at Harlem between 1666 and 1673. He bought two allotments of land from Daniel Tourneur for which he took out a patent June 25, 1668. In 1675 he was chosen a deacon, but his sympathies were with the French church and service, whence arose the controversy with the town regarding the parish check's salary, which so disturbed his latter years. If impetuous, Claude was not incapable of generous acts when approached kindly, and his obstinacy in maintaining what he conceived to be his rights can hardly be deemed a defect in his character. He died circa 1683, his years having exceeded three score and ten. Claude DeLamater, or LeMaistre as he was then called, had issue with his second wife Hester as follows: Jan, Abraham, Isaac, Susannah, HESTER and Jacobus. ( Ref. History of Harlem, p. 493, by James Riker, 1904.)3 He was Carpenter.3

; He and his sons Isaac and Jan were original patantees of Harlem.3 GKJ-8.

Family 1

Louise Quennel
Child

Family 3

Hester DuBois b. 9 Oct 1625
Children

Citations

  1. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I29440
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Hester DuBois1

F, #22880, b. 9 October 1625
FatherPierre DuBois2 b. 1602
MotherCatherine Clarisse3 b. 17 Mar 1603, d. 17 Sep 1633
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ8
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Hester DuBois died at New Jersey, USA.1 She was born on 9 October 1625 at Canterbury, co. Kent, England.1 She married Claude LeMaitre, son of Guillaume LeMaistre, on 24 April 1652 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.1 Hester DuBois married Jan Tibaut on 6 November 1687 at New York, New York, USA; From Francis database: Note: "On Nov. 6, 1687, Glaude’s wid. m. Jan Tibout, the parish clerk. In view of this event, she and Tibout had entered into an agreement, Sept. 23, preceding, with her sons Jan and Isaac, and son-in-law Bussing (who together took the real estate, having power to do so from the absent; heirs, Abraham and Jacobus Delamater, and Moses Le Count), by which she was to "have the free use of the house and erf at the strand," while she lived, and Jan and Isaac were to pay her twenty-seven schepels of wheat yearly. " Should any land be drawn during Hester du Bois’s lifetime, it shall belong to them both, to wit, Jan Tibont and Hester Du Bois." Riker, Pg. 501.4,5
     GKJ-8.

Family 1

Claude LeMaitre b. c 1620, d. 1683
Children

Family 2

Jan Tibaut b. b 1636

Jan Tibaut1

M, #22881, b. before 1636
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
     Jan Tibaut married Sara van der Vlucht.2 Jan Tibaut was born before 1636.3 He married Hester DuBois, daughter of Pierre DuBois and Catherine Clarisse, on 6 November 1687 at New York, New York, USA; From Francis database: Note: "On Nov. 6, 1687, Glaude’s wid. m. Jan Tibout, the parish clerk. In view of this event, she and Tibout had entered into an agreement, Sept. 23, preceding, with her sons Jan and Isaac, and son-in-law Bussing (who together took the real estate, having power to do so from the absent; heirs, Abraham and Jacobus Delamater, and Moses Le Count), by which she was to "have the free use of the house and erf at the strand," while she lived, and Jan and Isaac were to pay her twenty-seven schepels of wheat yearly. " Should any land be drawn during Hester du Bois’s lifetime, it shall belong to them both, to wit, Jan Tibont and Hester Du Bois." Riker, Pg. 501.1,4
     ; [Following from J. Riker's History of Harlem (1st ed.), pg. 442]: "JAN TIBOUT was b. at Bruges [see below], and after emigrating lived for a short time at Fort Casimer, on
the Delaware, where he was in 1656, and whence coming, he and his wife, Sarah vander Vlucht, joined the church at New Amsterdam in January, 1660. There and at
Flatbush (save while at Bergen, where he was court messenger in 1662, and took the oath of allegiance to the English, Nov. 20, 1665), he spent most of the ensuing years
till he came to Harlem. He was voorleser here from 1685 till 1690, when for a year Guiliaem Bertholf took his place, but resuming his office in 1691, he served yet six
years, and probably till Adrian Vermeule was employed in 1699. Thence, and at least till 1709, he held the same office at Bushwick. He married, in 1687, the wid. of
Glaude Delamater, and on her erf right drew Lot 13 on Jochem Pieters Hills, which was sold to Jan Dyckman. Of his dozen children we give only such as appear to have
reached maturity (with the reservation hereafter made as to the first), viz., Marcus, Theunis, Johannes, Andries, Jacomina, who m. Reyer Michielsen, and Jannetie, who m.
Hendrick van Oblinus. Andries Tibout married Maria De Grave, settled at Hackensack; had children, Johannes, Peter, Andries, Jacobus, Jacomina, and Annetie. He died
in 1704, and his widow married Albert Terhune. Johannes Tibout, son of Jan, was a turner; married Teuntie van Rommen; was a zealous Leislerian soldier, 1689; made a
freeman at N. Y., 1699, then alderman, and died childless, June 29, 1728, leaving his property after his wife's death to his brs. and srs. Theunis Tibout, b. in N. Y., 1663,
married, 1690, Mary, dr. of Hendrick Vandewater, was a carpenter; made freeman at N. Y., 1698; proposed, 1712, to erect a horsemill in the city, "never before seen in
these parts;" had eight children, and d. July 27, I754, aged 90 yrs. His will was dated Nov. 8, 1753. His dr., Sarah, b. 1692, m. Jan Ewouts; he also had sons, whence the
Tiebouts of New York, viz., Hendrick, b. 1694, m. 1720, Elizabeth Burger; Johannes, b. 1696, m. 1719, Maria van Deventer; Theunis, b. 1705, m. 1729, Margaret
Drinkwater, and Albertus, b. 1708, who m. 1728, Cornelia Bogert, and was a captain in the old French war. Johannes, a blockmaker, living in N. Y. Jan. 2,1763, when with
his sr., Sarah, he sold some property of his late father's, d. Sept. 12, 1773.

Marcus Tiebaut, as he wrote his name, was b. at Ghent, Flanders, and was probably a son of the voorleser; for though nowhere so called, he was also a Fleming; lived at
Harlem before, as well as after, his marriage, and acted as town clerk after Vermeule, as would appear from records of 1710, written by him. Marcus married May 29,
1698, Aefie, wid. of Jonas Lewis, and dr. of Cornelis Jansen, and in 1713 was "in possession" of a house and lot on the north side of the Church Lane, next but one west
of the kerk erf, which no doubt came from John van Oblinus, and went to John Lewis, from whom it passed, in 1748, to Dr. Josiah Paterson. Marcus bought from Caspar
Mabie, Mar. 26, 1700, a dwelling, with its lot, which had formed Nos. 5, 6, of Daniel Tourneur's out-gardens. Here Marcus lived after John Lewis married in 1713, but dying
in 1714, without children, so far as appears, his widow sold it the next year to John van Oblinus, the trusty friend of Marcus, and also his kinsman, if we are right as to the
latter's parentage."

1681 - 1682, Was schoolmaster (voorleser) of Flatbush and precentor of the church, as per p. 109 of Strong's Flatbush.

In Jan. 1669 (as per p. 157 of Lib. D. of Flatbush records) he appears to have been in possession of the school-lot and premises of that town, for on that date he
complained to the magistrates of Abram Joorise (Brinckerhoff) encroaching on the premises. There being an agreement entered into Dec. 25, 1666, N. S., with a
schoolmaster and precentor for Flatbush (but no name given), as per p. 87 of said Lib. D, it appears probable that this agreement was made with Tiebout, and that he
commenced his services at Christmas, 1666, continuing them until about Nov. 1, 1670, 0. S., when Jacob Joosten commenced, and was succeeded by Jan Gerretse Van
Marcken, who was discharged March 2, 1681. Nov. 4, 1681, Jan Tiebout or "Thiebald" appears to have been again employed, continuing until July 30, 1682, when he
was discharged, and removed to N. Y. There was a Jan Tibout on the Delaware in 1656, and a Jan Tiebout, court-messenger in Bergen, N. J., in 1661, as per p. 85 of
Winfield's Hudson Co., who was probably this John. In Jan. 1660 he and his wife, "Sarah Van der Ulmst" joined the R. D. ch. of N. A., and are entered on the Church
Records as removed to "Midwout.[Flatbush]" Issue, bp. in N. A. and N. Y. : Dirck, bp. Mar 4, 1661, d. young; Theunis, bp. Sept 30, 1663, m. April 11, 1690, Maryhen
Vandewater; Jacomyntie, bp. June 4, 1666, m. April 15, 1685, at Haerlem, Reyer Michilszen from Schoonderwoerd in South Holland; (sup.) Jannetje, m. in 1692 Hendrick
Oblinus; Magdalena, bp. Feb. 20, 1674, d. young; Dirck, bp. Mar. 10, 1675; Magdaleentje, bp. May 3, 1676; Henricus, bp. Sept. '9, i677; and Jacobus, bp. May 22, 1681.
Tunis Tiebout (a grandson of Jan Tibout), b. Jan. 18, 1722, 0. S., d. April 13, 1823, m. Garetta dau. of Nicholas Yechte of Gowanus, whose dau. Mary m. 1st Tunis
Johnson and 2d Theodorus Polhemus. Signed his name "Jan Tibout". Source: Teunis G. Bergen, "Register in alphabetical order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County,
Long Island, N.Y. : from its first settlement by Europeans to 1700 : with contributions to their biographies and genealogies, compiled from various sources. Pg. 302.
Publisher: S.W. Green's Son Publication Date: 1881; New York

"ORDINANCE Of the Court of Bergen for the construction of a Public Well in that Village. Passed 28 January, 1662. Ratified 9 February, 1662. [N. Y. Col. MSS. X. 50.]. Preamble. WHEREAS the Schout and Schepens have reflected and duly considered that some persons drive their Cattle to water outside the Land gate and Fence now provided and erected, they have deemed it advisable and highly necessary that a Public Well be constructed, for the public accommodation, on the Square, to water the Cattle. They hereby Ordain, on the ratification of the Hon. Director General and Council of New Netherland, that every one of the Inhabitants of Bergen, after having been notified by Jan Tibout, the messenger, shall be and appear on the day prefixed, personally or by substitute, on pain of arbitrary correction by the Officer. Done at the Court of the Village of Bergen, and signed by the Schout and Schepens, the 28 January, 1662. (Signed) Tielman van Vleeck, president; Herman Smeeman, Caspar Steynmits, Michael Jans. Source: Pg. 424; Laws and ordinances of New Netherland, 1638-1674; Publ.: Weed, Parsons and Co., Albany, NY 1868.

"Whereas on this day have assembled the community of New Harlem, and having from among themselves chosen and authorized Adolph Meyer, John Hendricks van Brevoort, Peter van Oblienis, and Samuel Waldron to lay out the available land, according to the surveyor's schedule hereunto annexed, So we undersigned promise to hold inviolate that which the four persons before named have caused to be measured and set off (aangewesen), to Metje Cornelis, John Louwe Bogert, John Delamater, Abraham Delamontanie, Barent Waldron, and John Dyckman. NOTA, All the lands that are unsuitable for tillage, shall bear half costs. And all those who have drawn the land behind the old land of Jochem Pieters shall be obligated to leave a convenient road for the town's use. The erven which have been drawn shall be required to contribute to town expenses. The path or road shall be taken from the newly drawn land. All this have we subscribed with our hands.3 Jan Tibaut was also known as Jan Tibout.3

Jan Tibaut immigrated before 1656.3

Jan Tibaut lived in 1656 at Fort Casimer, New Castle (now), New Castle Co., Delaware, USA.3 He was Court Messenger in 1662 at Bergen, New Jersey, USA.3 He was Schoolmaster between 1685 and 1690 at Harlem, New York, USA. He was Parish Clerk on 30 March 1686 at Harlem, New York, USA.3

Family 1

Sara van der Vlucht b. b 1636, d. b 6 Nov 1687

Family 2

Hester DuBois b. 9 Oct 1625

Abraham Delamater1

M, #22882, b. 1656, d. 20 November 1734
FatherClaude LeMaitre1 b. c 1620, d. 1683
MotherHester DuBois1 b. 9 Oct 1625
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Abraham Delamater was born in 1656 at Esopus (Kingston), Ulster Co., New York, USA.1 He married Seletje Vernooy on 17 January 1682 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.2 Abraham Delamater married Elsie Tappan in 1692 at Yarmouth Center, Ulster Co., New York, USA.3 Abraham Delamater married Sarah Bogart, daughter of Henry Bogart, on 31 December 1710 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.4
Abraham Delamater died on 20 November 1734 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1

Family 1

Seletje Vernooy b. 22 Mar 1665, d. 1690

Family 2

Elsie Tappan b. 1665, d. 3 Feb 1737

Family 3

Sarah Bogart

Elsie Tappan1

F, #22883, b. 1665, d. 3 February 1737
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Elsie Tappan was born in 1665 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1 She married Abraham Delamater, son of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, in 1692 at Yarmouth Center, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1
Elsie Tappan died on 3 February 1737 at Hurley, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1

Family

Abraham Delamater b. 1656, d. 20 Nov 1734

Seletje Vernooy1

F, #22884, b. 22 March 1665, d. 1690
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Seletje Vernooy was baptized on 22 March 1665 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1 She married Abraham Delamater, son of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, on 17 January 1682 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1
Seletje Vernooy died in 1690 at New York, USA.1

Family

Abraham Delamater b. 1656, d. 20 Nov 1734

Sarah Bogart1

F, #22885
FatherHenry Bogart1
Last Edited15 Dec 2001
     Sarah Bogart married Abraham Delamater, son of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, on 31 December 1710 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.1
     Reference: Sources: NEHG Register (CD-ROM: 1996): The Delamater Family, Volume: Volume 14, "The Delamater Family", Walworth, Reuben H., January 1860, Page: 41.1

Family

Abraham Delamater b. 1656, d. 20 Nov 1734

Isaac Delamater1

M, #22886, b. 1658
FatherClaude LeMaitre1 b. c 1620, d. 1683
MotherHester DuBois1 b. 9 Oct 1625
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Isaac Delamater was born in 1658 at Flatbush, Long Island, New York, USA.1 He married Cornelia Everts Van Ness on 3 December 1681 at Albany, Albany Co., New York, USA.1

Cornelia Everts Van Ness1

F, #22887
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Cornelia Everts Van Ness married Isaac Delamater, son of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, on 3 December 1681 at Albany, Albany Co., New York, USA.1

Family

Isaac Delamater b. 1658

Susannah Delamater1

F, #22888, b. 1660
FatherClaude LeMaitre1 b. c 1620, d. 1683
MotherHester DuBois1 b. 9 Oct 1625
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Susannah Delamater was born in 1660 at Flatbush, Long Island, New York, USA.1 She married Arent Harmanus Bussing on 24 May 1673 at Dutch Church, New York, New York, USA.2

Arent Harmanus Bussing1

M, #22889
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Arent Harmanus Bussing married Susannah Delamater, daughter of Claude LeMaitre and Hester DuBois, on 24 May 1673 at Dutch Church, New York, New York, USA.1

Family

Susannah Delamater b. 1660

Hester Delamater1

F, #22890, b. 1662
FatherClaude LeMaitre1 b. c 1620, d. 1683
MotherHester DuBois1 b. 9 Oct 1625
Last Edited28 Nov 2001
     Hester Delamater was born in 1662 at Harlem, New York, USA.1 She married Moses DeGraff in 1683 at New York, USA.2