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days. Page 188.

Johannes Mauterstock, died 31 January 1833; aged 81 years. Page
189.

Ensign Stephen Fiero, died 16 September 1831 ; aged 81 years and 5
months Page 187.

Hermanus Rechtmyer, died 13 May 1835; aged 81 years, 2 months and
13 days Page 189.

Abraham Fiero, died 4 November 1826 ; aged 63 years, 6 months and
5 days. He served in Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of the Levies.
Page 83.

Peter Fiero, died 1S02, aged 41 years. Page 188.

In the field southeast of the station at West Camp lie Captain Matthias
Dederick, died 19 December 1S08 ; aged 71 years, 9 months and 19 days.
Page 187.

Wilhelmus Emerick, died 27 November 1841 ; aged 86 years. Page
188.

On the farm of Luther Myer, in Hommelville, is buried

Hermanus Hommel, died i April 1S28 ; aged 82 years. Page 189.

On the farm of Russell VVynkoop, in a lonely cedar woods rests

Johannes Falck, born i January, 1740 Died 2 November 1822 Page
188

On Rio Alto Stock Farm is the grave of

Lieut. Evert Wynkoop, died 16 April 1830; aged 86 years, 7 months
and 8 days Also in Fourth Ulster. Pages 191 and 200.

In the Main Street Cemetery, Saugerties, lie buried

John Brink, Jr., died 9 Tune 1814 ; aged 69 years, 8 months and 8 days.
He also served in Fourth Ulster Regiment. Pages 187 and 200.

Major John Gillespy, died 5 January 1810 ; aged 69 years. He was of
Fourth Ulster Regiment. Page 199
\y \ Martinus Snyder, died 2 February 1831 ; aged 82 years, 11 months and

Y 10 days. Page 190.

Samuel Schoonmaker, born 5 April 1755 ; died 25 March 1815. Page
190

Petrus Myer, died 30 December 1813 ; aged 81 years, 5 months and 26
days. Page 189.

Abraham Myer, born 5 March 1762 ; died 1821. Page 189.

Johannes Myer, died 5 January 1829; aged 82 years, lo months and 16
days Page 189

Isaac Post, died 31 July 1812 ; aged 51 years, 8 months and 5 days.
Page 189

Lieutenant Peter Post, died 12 March 1787; aged 43 years, 7 months
/ and 25 days. Page 187.

Isaac Snyder, died 26 January 1S29 ; aged 78 years, 5 months and 17
days Page 290. His name is not on any list, but he was granted a Land
Bounty Right for service in First Ulster Regmient.

On the Mynderse farm one stone remains. It is at the grave of

Henry Myer, died 30 September 1793 ; aged gi years Page 189.

On the Spaulding place are the two graves of

John VanLeuven, died 15 January 1S05 : aged 51 years, 10 months and
8 days. Page 190.



SAUGERTIES SOLDIERS. 355

Andrew VanLeuven, died 23 May 1806 ; aged 51 years and 13 days.
Page 190.

On the Schoentag place, near Glasco is buried

Abraham Osterhoudt, died 3 November 1817 ; aged 69 years, 6 months
and II days Page 189.

On the farm of Allen GrifTin, on the Hudson, at Flatbush are three
graves :

Joseph Davis, born 5 July 176 1 ; died 23 September 1836, page 188.

John Osterhoudt, died 23 December 1813 ; aged 73 years, i month and
23 days. Page 189.

Peter L. Osterhoudt, died 10 November 1S09 ; aged 61 years, 5 months >^

and 29 d^ys. Page 189

In the old cemetery in Plattekill, west of the church, is the largest
cluster of Revolutionary graves in the town. Here lie

Ensign Peter Brink, died 16 March 1818 ; aged 68 years, 10 months and
15 days. Also in Fourth Ulster. Pages 187 and 200.

Stephen Myer, born S November 1760 ; died 4 April 1841. Page 189.

Peter B. Myer, born 12 June 1762 ; died 30 March 1841, Page 1S9.

Tennis Myer, died 22 November 1S31 ; aged 76 years. Page 189.

Wilhelmus France, " A Revolutionary Soldier," who died 13 July iSiS ;
aged 93 years, 9 months and 26 days. Page 188.

John C. Brink, died 30 June 1S43 ; aged 80 years, 4 months and 25
days Page 1S7.

Benjamin Myer, died 12 December 1819; aged 89 years, i month and
21 days Page 189.

Peter C. Brink, died 22 January 1839; aged 81 years, 3 months and 12
days Page 1S7

Benjamin Winne, died 2S April 1808 ; aged 54 years. Page 191

Tjerck Burhans, died 25 November 1S32 ; aged 73 years, 4 months.
Page 187.

Jacob Conyes, died 27 February 1815 ; in his 83rd year. Page 1S7.

Johannes Snyder, born 28 August 1750; died 15 October 1815. Page
190.

Just north of the Gilsinger mill at Mt. Marion lies

Tjerck Low, died 8 May 18^4 ; aged 79 years, 4 months and 13 days.
Page 189.

On the Trumpbour farm at Mt. Marion is buried

Cornelius Langendyke, died 2 September 1S3S ; aged So years and
6 days Page 189.

On the Francis Myer farm are the gra%'es of

Lieutenant Tobias Myer, bora 9 February 1734 ; died 28 January 1S09.
Page 187.

Peter T. Myer, died 10 October 1S39 ; aged 77 years, i month and 28
days Page i8g

On the Cantine farm at Churchland rest

Benjamin Myer Jr., born i November 1755 ; died 19 May 1800. Page
189.

Stephanus Myer, born 25 July 1725 ; died 7 May 1790. Page 1S9

On the bank of the Hudson, on the grounds of John G. Myers, in a
plot carefully tended lie the remains of



v^



356 HISTORY OF SAUGERTIES.

John Wolven, who died 26 September 1798 ; aged 55 years, 6 months
and 26 days Page 191.

On the John W. Davis farm northeast of the West Shore station is the
grave of

John Post, who died 20 November 180-, aged 71 years, 5 months and
15 days. Page 189.

In the cemetery at Uniohville rests

John Valkenburgh, who died 24 September 1827, aged S2 years, 2
months and 20 days. Page 190.
At the foot of Mt. Marion, on the farm of C. S. Lowther are buried

Captain John Lucas DeWitt who died 27 May 1803, aged 72 years,
I month and 9 days. Page 1S7.

Abraham DeWitt, died 9 December 184S ; aged 82 years, 9 months and
19 days Page 1S8

On the farm of Larry Van Wart, at Bkie Mountain is the grave of

Samuel Freligh, who died 29 September 1838, aged 83 years, 8 months
and 28 days. Page 188.

At the Greene county line, in the old cemetery on the borders of the
Abeel and Saile farms north of Saxion repose :

Hezekiah Wynkoop, " A soldier of the Revolution," who died 19 June
1839, aged 89 years, i month and 22 days. Page 191.

Christian Myer, died 31 May 1S17 ; aged 77 years, 9 months and 7 days.
Page 189.

Cornelius Myer, died 22 July 1828; aged 63 years, 9 months and iS
days. Page 1S9

At Saxton, west of the house of the late Colonel Christopher Fiero, is
the grave of

Henry Wells, who died i March 1824, aged 83 years and 2 months.
Page 190

South of Quarryville, on what was known as the Frank Stone farm, is

found the grave of

' Peter Hommel, who died i February 1828, aged 77 years, 3 months and
I day. Page 1S9.

North of Asbury, on the Trumpbour farm, is the grave of

Valentine Trumpbour, who died 20 February 1830, in the 68th year of
his a^e Page 190.

In the old cemetery on the hill above West Camp landing are buried

Guysbert (Gilbert; Dederick, died 5 September 1837 ; aged 85 years.
Page 188.

Jacob Trumpbout-, died 11 April 1824; aged 75 years, 3 months and
3 days Page 190.

Along the Hudson north of Maiden, and just above the brickyard of
John J. Cooney, is the grave of

Solomon Schutt, who died 27 April 1802, aged 78 years Page 190.

On the adjoinining farm of E. P. Simmon, are two graves.

Joseph Martin, who died i November 1825, aged 98 years, ii months
and 6 days Page 189

Christian Schutt, who died 10 March 1825, aged 64 years, and 4 days.
Page 190.

A little farther north along the river on the farm of the Friendship ice
house are two graves,



SAUGERTIES SOLDIERS. 357

Jacobus Dederick, who died 21 March 1829, aged 86 years and 7
months. Page 188.

Harmon Dederick, who died 6 May 1S51, in the 88th year of his age.
Page 188.

Christian Schutt and Solomon Schutt each had additional service in
Colonel Albert Pawling's Regiment of the Levies. Page 86.

On the farm of the late Jeremiah O'Bryon, in Saxton, is the grave of

William Myer, who died 21 July 1S40, aged 81 years, 11 months and 16
days. Page 189.

On the farm of Washington Myer, at Blue Mountain, is the grave of

George Young, born 1722 ; died 1799. He served in Colonel Albert
Pawling's Regiment of the Levies. Page 87.

Ob the Judson Herrick farm, Pine Grove, rests

John Wolven, who died 5 October 1826, aged 63 years, 9 months and
4 days. Page 191.

In the cemetery at the church in Asbury, are the remains of

Rev. John Crawford, who died 7 March 1851, aged 91 years and 14
days. He served in the Fourth Westchester Regiment. Page 214.

Thus the graves of seventy-two of the more than
two hundred and forty from the town of Saugerties
in the Revohition are here identified. Colonel
Johannis Snyder, of the First Ulster Regiment,
under whom nearly all served hes in a well-cared-
for grave in the churchyard of the First Reformed
Church, in Kingston. The graves of Captains
Dederick and DeWitt of this town are in the hst,
but that of Captain Jeremiah Snyder is not known.

Of these two hundred and forty soldiers and over
there remained sixteen who were hving on Septem-
ber 10, 1832. On that day the people of Kingston
celebrated the fiftieth year after the close of the war
of the Revolution by giving a dinner in their honor
in Kingston at which ninety-six veterans of the
Revolution assembled from all over Ulster county.
They met at the court house at 2 p. m. and formed
in hne, preceded by bands of music and followed by
judges, court officials and citizens. The veterans



358 HISTORY OF SAUGERTIES.

uncovered their heads as they began their last
march, and cheered Old Glory as it was unfurled.
Their ages were from 68 to 92. Each veteran
carried a cane and attempted the old miHtary step.
Not a dry eye was in the mass of citizens on Wall
street. Amid the roar of cannon the march to the
dinner at the Kingston Hotel on Crown street was
taken. But the ranks moved very slow. Most of
the honored guests were over eighty years of age
and before the hotel was reached some had to be
assisted.

An ox had been roasted whole and every thing
was appropriate to such an occasion. Crown street,
Kingston Hotel, its spacious yard and all the build-
ings were packed. After the cloth was removed
Hon. John Sudani, then the representative Ulster
county orator, addressed the guests in his happiest
vein, and his speech was long remembered as a
masterpiece of the oratory of that day. Those
present from Saugerties were Samuel Post, 7 2 ;
Ephraim Myer, 73 ; Adam France, 75 ; Peter C.
Brink, 75 ; John C. Brink and Adam Brink (twins),
70; Cornelius Langendyke, 74; Hezekiah Wyn-
koop, 83 ; Wilhelmus Emerick, 73 ; John Brink,
72; Conrad Fiero, ^^\ Abraham DeWitt, 70;
Joseph Davis, 71; William Myer, 74; Abram Low,
68; Martin Post, 70.

Before we conclude the remarkable record of the
family of Christian Myer must be noticed. He was
one of the Palatines of 17 10, and his home was at
Churchland on the farm recently owned by the late



SAUCER TIES SOLDIERS. 359

Peter Cantine. Of the above seventy-two soldiers
whose graves are identified eighteen are those
of sons, grandsons and one great-grandson of
Christian Myer. Nor is this all. There were a
number of soldiers who served in the Revolution
who were sons of his daughters. Still without the
latter a record of eighteen from one family is with-
out parallel.

The accompanying illustration of the home of
this patriotic family gives the house as it appears
to-day. To a great extent it is altered from its
appearance in Revolutionary days.



INDEX.



Abeel, Capt. Anthony, 178, 1S4,

186.
Adams, William, 288.
Algonquins, 10
Allison, Col. Thomas, 64.
Andros Indian treaty, 15
Armpachlo's bergh, 102.
Articles of Association, 122.
Asbury, barbecue at. 154.
Asbary, church, 297.
Aspel, Tunis, So.
Astor, John Jacob, 80, 236

Backer, Lieut. Petrus, 189.

Backus, Henry S., 31C-315.

Baptist church. 297.

Bailley, Gen., 187

Barbecue at Asbury, 154.

Barclay heights, 112,

Barclay, Henry. 112, 276, 291, 295.

Battelle & Renwick, 112.

Beaver creek, 3, 81, 86, 87, 257-261.

Beaver, Robert, 102.

Berckenmeyer, Rev. William C,

5S, 246.
Bigelow, Asa, 106, 107, 2S6
Big Vly, 19, 104, 108.
Blue stone quarries, 295, 296.
Bradford, Merritt, 2S4.
Brainard, Nelson, 296.
Brainard, Silas, 295.
Brant, Joseph, 157, 158, 161, 180.
Brick making, 260, 261, 289
Brink, Capt Andrew, 68, 262, 266-

274, 277.
Brink, Charles, 24, 95
Brink, Cornelius P., 80.
Brink, Cornelius Lainbertsen, 5, 24,

94

Brink, Huybert Lambertsen, 94.

Brink, John, Jr., 22, 68, 69, 106, 275

Brink, Ensign Petrus, 127.

Brink, Peter H., 95

Brinnier, William D.. 85.

Burgoyne, Gen, John, no, 150,
152, 154

Burhans, Bareot, 68

Burhans, Peter; Burhans, Samuel;
Hurhans, Isaac ; Burhans, Abra-
ham ; Osterhoudt, James ; 115.



Burhans, Wilhelmus, 22, 68.
Burr, Aaron, 87.

Canoe hill, 88, 102.

Cartrit's Kill, 91.

Catskills, the Dutch Domine of the,

149, 166, 167.
Cedar Clipje, 81, 96.
Churchland, 86, 91.
Clark, Col. Edward, 112.
Clement, William, 8t, 20S
Clermont, the, 6S, 266-274.
Coetus and Conferentie strife, 120.
Continentals, the, i/)3
Continental currency. 17O1 192.
Country physicians, 203-209.
Crapser, Milton, 97
Crawford, Rev. John, 2S9
Cregier, Capt. Martin, 6, 7, 71.
Cunyes, William H., 160

Davenport, Richard, 79.
Daughters, American Revolution,

baugerties Chapter, 66, 346-348.
Dawes residence, 72, 219, 275.
Debating societies, 237.
Declaration of Independence, 128.
Dederick, Capt. Matthew, 127, 140,

189
Dederick, Christian, 9S.
Dederick. James E., 98.
Dederick, Myndert, 98.
Demarest, Rev. James D , 119,

25O, 320.
DeKonde, Rev. Lambertus, 67,73,

78, 120, 148, 192, 219, 249, 251, 320.
DeWitt, Capt John Lucas, 127,

140, 189
DeWitt, Evert, 97
DeWolfen, Gottfried. 104.
Doll, Rev. George J L., 163, 2-19,

319-
Dowling, Alexander, 93.
Dry goods, 23O.
DuBois, Hiskia, 22. 72. 275.
Dutch Domine of the Catskills,

149, 166. 167.
Dutch lanfjuage, 119, 284, 285.
Dutch preaching, 53, 119, 284, 285.
Dutch songs, 232, 324-345.



362



INDEX,



Educational conditions, 197-202.

Eelken's treaty, 9.

Ehle, Rev. John Jacob, 52, 246.

Eligh, Andries, 98.

Eligh, Hans Ury 98.

Ellinger, Mrs. 102.

Esopus Indians, lo.

Exemptions from military service,

145.
Eygenaar, Frederick, 85.
Eygenaar, Petrus. 88.
Eygenaar, Lieut. Petrus, 127.

Falckner, Rev. Daniel, 52, 246.
Farm life, 192-196, 210-217, 218-

225.
Fees, Hendrick, 75.
Fennal, John, 88.
Fiero, Dr. Abram, 208.
Fiero, Christian, 116, 122, 277.
Fiero, Col. Christopher, 97.
Fiero, Cornelius, 261.
Fiero, J. Newton, 97.
Fiero, Luther, 102.
Fiero, Mrs. Mary, 80.
Fiero, Valentine, 99.
Fiero, William, 81, 208.
Finger, Chauncey P., 81, 261.
First postmaster, 106.
Flax, 221.
Flowers, 223, 224.
Fort Niagara, 177, 178-180.
Eraser, Alfred W., 76, 102.
Freligh, Hendrick, 78.
Freligh, Rev. Moses, 78.
Freligh, Rev. Peter, 78,
Freligh, Rev. Solomon, 78.
Freligh. Peter, 78.
Fruits, 223.

Fullerton tract, 31, 108, 109.
Fulton, Robert, 68, 266 274.

Gay, George A., 2S7.
Gerlach, John Christopher, 43.
Germantown church, 62, 247.
Germond, Mrs. 86, 259.
Genthner, John Michael, 74, 275.
Gillespy, Major John, 307.
Glenerie, 112.

Grauberger. Philip Peter, 43.
Groz, Rev. Philip, 52.

Hardenbergh. Col. Johannes, 126.
Hager, Rev. John F , 37, 51, z/i6.
Hayes, John, 20.
Hiawatha, 9
Hoff, Cornelius, 88, lOi.
Hommel, Abram E., 78, 261.
Hommel, Hermanus, 23, 85.
Hommel, Isaac, 84.
Hommel, Johannes, 87.



Hommel, Ury, 85.

Hommel, William H., 78, 261.

Hooghteling, Major Philip, 134,

^ 139-

Hoornbeek, 169, 172.
Hunter, Gov. Robert, 34, 36, 38,
39, 45-

Indian battlefield, 11.
Indian maize plantation, 71.
Indian raids, 156 160, 161, 168-189.
Industries, 60, 194-196, 218-238,

257-261.
Iroquois, 10, 11.
Isham, Samuel, 106, 107, 286.

Jan, Nachtc, 84, 161.
Jordan, John J., 87.
Johnson, Col. Guy, 178.

Katsbaan, i, 3, 17, 323.

Katsbaan church, 7L1, 75-7S, 119,

161, 164. 245-256, 318^1.
Katskill Indians, 8, 10.
Katskill (Leeds), 27, 163, 164.
Kaufman, Jacob, 80, 277.
Kiersted, Dr. Christopher, 208,

Kiersted, Dr. Christopher C, 209.

Kiersted, John, 277.

Kings Road, Old, 19, 23, 26, 85, 89,

107, 191.
Kingston Commons, 4, 21, 23, 53,

75. 99. 109, I'll 276.
Kocherihal, Rev. Joshua, 30, 37,

48. 51, 55-59. 246.
Krows, Frederick, 72, 284.
Laflin, Matthew, 295.
Lamb, Daniel, 260.
Langendyke, Cornelius, 92.
Legg, John, 113, 115.
Legg, Samuel, 114.
Levies, the, 143.
Livingston, Robert 31.
Livingston, Robert R., 263, 266-

272, 276, 304.
Lowther, C. S., 92.
Luke, John, 99.
Luyck, Petrus, 81.

Maize plantation, 71.

Making the impeding chain, 137,

138.
Maiden church, 297.
Maiden turnpike, 107.
Manck, Jacob, 43.
Mancius, Rev. George W,, 52, 62,

78, 119, 148, 247 319.
Markle, Fredeiick 92.
Markle, Matthias 97.
Mauger Zaagertjes, 252.



INDEX.



363



Mauterstock, Dcderick, loi, 102,

104.
Mauterstock, John H., 102.
McGaw, Isaac, 294.
McGee, Peter, 98.
Meals and Hayes patents, 18-21.

68, 69, 85, 86, 103, 105, 108, 113,

218.
Militia, the, 144, 147.
Military service, exemptions from,

145-
Minklaer, Herman, 114.
Minqiia, Johannes, 23.
Mohegans, 10.
Monk, John, 88.
Montreal, 182-186.
Montross. Adam, 260.
Mower, Jeremiah, ic2.
Mower, Johannes, 85.
Mower, Nicholas, 98.
Mowerse, Peter, 102.
Mt. Airy, 2.
Mt. Marion, 2.
Muddah Kill, the, 91, 92.
Muddy Kill, the, 102.
Myer, Benjamin, 92.
Myer, Christian, 84.
Myer, Christian, 92, 258, 358.
Myer, Ephraim, 151.
Myer, Ephraim I, 79, 215.
Myer. Francis. 93.
Myer, Ensign Hendrick, 127.
Myer, Dr. Jesse, 92,
Myer, Johannes, 22. 74, 275.
Myer, Johannes (Oom Hans), 87,

89, 91, no, 152.
Myer, John Snyder, 79.
Myer, Jonathan, 79.
Myer, Luther, 23, 85, 215,
Myer, Peter B., 295.
Myer, Peter W., 85.
Myer, Petrus, 22.. 74, 275.
Myer, Sherwood D., 74, 216, 275.
Myer, Lieut. Tobias, 127.
Myer, Wells, 87, 89.
Myer, William, S6. 152.
]\Iyer, William, 107.
Myers, John G., 73, 92, 108, 155,
Mynderse, Garret, 279.
Mynderse, Myndert, 20, 22, 23, 69,

219, 275.

Naval stores. 35, 36, 4c, 41.
Negro Dutch church, 250.
Newkirk, Ane, 23.
Newkirk, Dr. Coonradt, 208.
Niagara, fort, 177, 178 180.
Niessen, Sergeant, 7, 14.

Old Kings Eoad, 19, 23, 26, 85, 89,

107, IQI.



Old sawyer, 5, 6, 17, 25, 68, 257.

Orphan children apprenticed, 35.

Osterhoudt, Cornelius, 79.

Osterhoudr, Hendrick, 88

Osterhoudt, James; Burhans,
Peter; Burhans, Samuel; Bur-
hans, Isaac ; Burhans, Abraham ,

US
Osterhoudt, I leut. Petrus, 127
Osterhoudt, Tunis, 93.
Ostrander, Gideon P., 98.
Ostrander, Rev. Dr. Henry, 79, 119,

165, 250, 282-285, 320.
Overbaugh, John S., 97.

Palatines, 28-59.
Palatine dissatisfaction, 39.
Palatines, names of, 46, 47.
Palatines, number of, 44, 46.
Palatine statement ol grievances,

41.
Parks, Elisha, 296.
Paulison grant, 24, 93.
Peoples road, 88.
Persen, Cornelius, 73, 80, 81, 83,

88, 107, 121, 161, 191, 229, 230,

236, 278.
Persen, John, 20, i6g, 71, 75, 1^2,

218
Persen's store, 2, 80, S3. 88, 121,

148, 161, .191, 220, 230, 236.
Petitions to Gov. Clinton, 241, 242.
Pidgeon, Francis, ic8.
Pidgeon, Mrs Frank, 15S, 216.
Pietersen, Jacob, 25.
Pier, Arent Tunis, 112.
Plattekill church, 297.
Polhemus, David. 92.
Post, Abraham, 22, 72, 73, 87, 121,

148, 191 275, 2/8

Post, Sergeant Abraham, 65, 108.

Post, Isaac, 22, 70, 73, 275, 279.

Post. Jan. 22, 72, 275, 278.

Post, Jecobus, 22, 72, 275.

Post, Peter B , 91.

Post, Lieut Peter, 160.

Post, Peter P., 277, 27S.

Post, Samuel, 277.

Post's hotel, 72, 73, 87, 121, 148,

191, 284
Postmael, Jan Jansen, 21, 22.
Postmaster, the first, 106.

Quick, Feuben, So.

Reghtmyer, Coenradt, 23, S4.
Reghtmyer, Hcrmanus, 23, 7S.
Regiment, First Ulster, 126, 139,

142, 149, 154, 158 160, 240.
Regiment, Foiirth Ulster, 139, 141,

307-309.



no



364



INDEX.



Rio Alto Stock Farm, 23, 86.

Ripley, Charles, 294.

Road, Old Kings, 19, 23, 26, 85, Sg,

107, 191
Robert Chism's plantation, 93.
Rondebergh, 115.
Rowe, Frederick, Jr., 97, 174.
Rovve, Wilhelmus, 98,
Runnip, John, 169-180
Russell, Frederick T., 20, 279.
Russell, James, 72. 275.
Russell, Jeremiah, 287.
Russell, William F., 287

Salisbury, Capt. Sylvester, 240
Sap boiling, 234.

Saratoga, Saugerties troops at, 153.
Saugerties academy, 254.
Saugerties Chapter, D. A. R., 66,

346-348.
Saugerties library, 282, 284
Saugerties, Methodist church, 289.
Saugerties Reformed church. 254-

256
Saugerties Telegraph, 254, 295.
Saw creek, 3, 17. 19, 25, 75, 99, loi.
Sawyer, the old, 5, 6, 17, 25, 68,

257-
Sax, Addison, 8r, 260.
Sax, Evert, 23, 80.
Sax, John P., 80.
Schoonmaker, Egbert, 22, 70, 72,

122
Schoonmaker, Hendrick, 113.
Schoonmaker, John T., 277.
Schoonmaker, Mynderse, 113.
Schoonmaker, Peter P., 70, 216.
Schoonmaker, Samuel, 22, 70.
Schoonmaker, Tjerck, 113.
Schoharie, claimed by Palatines, 36.
Schuneman, Rev. Johannes, 148,

163, 249, 319
Schutt, Myndert, 104, 106, loS.
Scow ferry, 112
Scram, Frederick, 93.
Shank's Ben, 169.
Shearing, 220, 226
Sheffield, Joseph B , 113, 293.
Short, Adam, 88
Shoub, Johannes. 98.
Singing schools, 237
Snyder, Capt Benjamin, 133, 181,

219, 262, 277.
Snyder, Christian, 85.
Snyder, Ebas, 79, 84, 16S-190.
Snyder, Elisha, 277
Snyder, Hans Martin, 251.
Snyder, Isaac, 91.
Snyder, Captain Jeremiah, 84, 97,

127, 140, 160, 168-190, 1S9, 240,

244 357-



Snyder. Colonel Johannis, 126, 141,
142, 149, 154, 158, 160, 189, 239,
240, 29Q-307, 357.

Snyder, Maria, 87.

Snyder, I^ioah, 87.

Snyder, Peter, 92.

Snyder, Peter 1 , 87.

Snyder, Peter V,, 88.

Snyder, Zachariah, 99.

Soap making, 235

Social life, 232

Soldier's dinner, 357.

Spaulding, Charles A., 114.

Spellman, Thomas, 87

Spinning and weaving, 221, 227,
228.

St. Mary's church. 297.

Steene Herte fonteyne, 99, 100.

Stock Farm, Rio Alto, 23, 86.

Sudam, John, 35S.

Swart, Lawrence, 115.

Tappen, Christopher, assaulted,

Tappen journal, 129-139.

Tawasentha. 9.

TenBroeck, Gen. Peter, 105, 15I,

^i53i 155-

Terwilliger, Martm, 257.

Threshing, 235.

'J'ivoli ferry, 68.

Tobacco, 220.

Top, Jan, 83, 191.

Trappmg. 236.

Traphagen grant, 24, 93.

Treaty of peace, 18S.

Trinity Episcopal church, 297.

Trumpbour, Nicholas, 23.

Trumpbour, Johannes, 80.

Turkey point, 114.

Ulster Iron Works. 293.
Ulster Palladium, 254, 295.
Ulster Star, 254, 295.
Ulster Telegraph, 254, 295.
Unionville, 87, lOi.
Ury, ii2.

Valk, Johannes, 86.
Valk, Jonah, 277.
Valk, Wiihelmus, 88.
Valk William, T02.
Valkenburgh, Hieronymous, 87.
Valkenburgh, John, 87.
Valkenburgh, Peter M., 81.
Valkenburgh, Stephen V ., 81.
Valkenburgh. William, 81,
Vaughan's expedition, 73, 105, 155.
Van Driessen, Rev. Johannes, 62.

247.
Van Hoesen's mill, 260.



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Van Keuren, Ephraim, 87.

Van Leuven, Andries, 114.

Van Leuven, Peter, 114.

Van Schaick, Anthony, 160, 244.

Van Steenberg-, Nathan, 84.

Van Steenberg, John, 107.

Van Steenberg, Thomas, 108.

Van Vlierden, Rev. Petrus, 250,

285, 2S6, 320
Van Wart, Larry, 259.
Vegetables, 223.
Veteran's dinner, 357.

Wanton island, 1 1, 104, log.
Washburn, George W., 19.
Washburn, Richard C, 19, 113.
Weaving, 221, 227, 228.
Weiser, Capt. John Conrad, 61.
Wells, Sergeant Cornelius, 152.
Wells, Samuel, 97.
West Camp, i. 33. 34-S9» 257*
West Camp churchk 50-54, 59, 148.
Westerlo, Rev. Eilardus, 163, 249,

319*
Whitaker, Egbert, 115.



Whitaker James, 115.
White oak forest, 75, loi.
Winedecker, Capt. Hartman, 6[.
Winne, Aaron, 97.
Winne, Lawrence, 97
Winne, Petrus, 24, 92, 94.
Wolven, Abraham, 277,
Wolven. Major Dan, 73, 104, 105.
Wood. Edward, 113.
Wood, John. 20.
Woodstock Glass Company, 288.
Wynkoop, Major Adrian, 134, 142.
Wynkoop, Cornelius, 277.
Wynkoop, Evert, 23, 86.
Wynkoop, Lieut. Evert, 127.
Wynkoop, Judge Henry, 260.
Wynkoop, Hezekiah, 277,
Wynkoop, Mynderse, 92.
Wynkoop. Russell. S6, 260.
Wynkoop Capt. Tobias, 64, 65, 86.
Wynkoop, Tobias, 151.

Young, Johannes, 84.

Zenger, John Peter, 48



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