Child. I (Lenox) dau., viz:— May'" (see below).
10. May'" Lenox, b. Oct. 27, 1855, at Chicago, 111.; d. Jan. 30, 1918, at her home No. 288 West End Avenue,
N. Y. City; m. April ig, 1875, at New York City, to Hopper Striker Mott (son of Matavus Hop-
per and Ruth Ann (Schuyler) Mott of New York City),b. April ig, 1854, at New York City; d
(living Dec, igig, at No. 288 West End Avenue, N. Y. City), at
Res. New York City. No. 288 West End .Avenue. Trustee and Treasurer of the New York Genealogical and Biographical
Societv. N. Y. Cit v. Editor of the Ne-w York Genealogical and Biografihieal Record. Author of Neiv York of Yester-
day, Bloomingdale. Co-editor of tlie Historic Guide 0/ iVrai York City. \n authoritative writer on matters relating
to the toDo^raphical history of New York City, its streets and devel'ppment. Member of the Metropolitan. Union
League. Quill, and Psi Upsilon Clubs of N. Y. City, and member of the New England Society of N. Y.
Children, 2 (Mott) sons, viz:— (i) Hopper Lenox" (see below). (2) Clarence Schuyler," who d., not m.
Note: • Descendants eligible to the Society of the Sons of the Revolution.
Note: t Descendants eligible to the Society of tbe War of 1812.
1 68 Society Proceedings. [April
II. Hopper Lenox" Mott, b. April 28, 1876, at West Morrisania, N. Y.; d (living Dec, 1919), at
; not m. on date of registration of this pedigree, Dec, 19 IQ.
Res No. 288 West End Avenue, N. Y. City. Member of the Transportation Club and of the .\ssociatioQ of " Ye Olde Settlers
o! Ye West Side" [N. Y. City].
Johnson's History of Bristol and Bremen, Me., pp. 53-4, 236-9. 243-5. 254.
Ne-w York Gen. 6f Biog. Record, vol. LI, January issue, pp. 2939.
Savage's Gen. Die. of N. E., vol. i, pp. 139, 270; vol. iii, pp. 304-5; vol. iv, p. 196.
Pope's Pioneers of Massachusetts, pp. 26-7.
Genealogical Advertiser, vol. ii, pp. 26-8.
Hist, of Ancient Sheefscott and Neiv Castle, N. H., by Cushman, pp. 1-2.
Marblehead. Mass., V. R., vol. i, pp. 401-3; vol. ii, pp. 410. byi-i.
Lincoln County Depositions, Maine Hist. Soc, Portland, Me.
New Hampshire Colonial Land and Court Records, Office of Secretary of State, New Hampshire.
Stratford County, N. H., Probate Records, Dover, N. H.
Greenland, N. H., Town Records. I
New Hampshire Gazetteer, Portsmouth, N. H., Athenaeum. '
N. E. H. G. Register, vol. v, p. 201; vol. vi, p. 87; vol. xix, p. 225; vol. xxiv, p. 289; vol. xxviii, p. 159; vol. xxxi, p. 185.
York, Me., Deeds (published), vol. xi, folio 105; vol. xii, folio 59; vol. xv, folio 508.
Maine Historical and Genealo^cal Recorder, vol. iv, p. 219.
Collections of the Maine Hist. Soc, First Series, vol. v, pp. 57, 195, 240; vol. vii, p 135. Second Series, vol. vii, pp. 80-1,
195; vol. ix, pp. 122-3.
New Hampshire Genealogical Recorder, vol. iv, p. 150.
Portsmouth. N- H., Town Records. Book of Marriages, p. 155.
Records of Second Church, Portsmouth, pp. 5, 21.
Records of St. John's Church. Portsmouth, copy in hands of Clerk of the Church, p. 21. Copy at the Rectory, p. 271.
Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War, vol. xi, p. 179.
Rockingham County, N. H., deeds, Concord, N. H., vol. 25, p. 219.
** *' " " Exeter, N. H., vol. 110, p. 441.
" " " " " " vol. 71, p. 231.
Portsmouth, N. H. Town Records, vol. ii, pp. 128, 162.
. (To be continued.)
A regular meeting of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society
was held on the evening of Friday, January i6th, 1920. The meeting was
called to order at 8.45 P.M., the President, Mr. Clarence Winthrop Bowen in
The following announcements were made, viz: — The Nominating Com-
mittee reported the nomination for election at the annual meeting to be held
Friday evening, February 13th, 1920, of the following gentlemen to serve as
Trustees for the term 1920-1923, viz: — Walter Geer, Douglas Merritt, Alex-
ander McMillan Welch, Ellsworth Everett Dwight, Clarence Winthrop Bowen.
The following deaths of members were reported as having taken place
since the last meeting of the Society, viz : — Josiah Collins Pumpelly, Annual
Member, died January 5th, 1920, aged 80 years. Thomas Jefferson Newkirk,
Annual Member, died December 27th, 1919. Jonathan Thorne, Life Member,
died January 12th, 1920, in his 77th year.
The Executive Committee reported the election of the following members,
viz: — Joseph Dowd, 570 Park Avenue, N. Y. City, Life Member. Thomas
Jefferson Newkirk, 820 Sheridan Road, Evanston, 111., Annual Member.
Mr. Bowen then introduced Miss Lida Rose McCabe, of New York, who
addressed the Society on "Madame de Lafayette, America's Half-Forgotten
Friend," which address was illustrated by many beautiful stereopticon slides.
At the close of Miss McCabe's address a motion that the warmest and
heartfelt thanks of the Society be extended to Miss McCabe for her charming
and most instructive lecture was made by Mr. Edward McKinstry Whiting
and seconded by Mr. George Valentine Maynard and unanimously carried.
The meeting then adjourned to the library for refreshments.
The Annual Meeting of the Society was held at the Society's Hall at 8.30
P.M., on February 13th, 1920. Mr. Bowen in the Chair.
The reports of the various Officers of the Society were read and ordered
The Nominating Committee as represented by Mr. Edward McKinstry
Whiting reported the nominations on the regular ticket of the following gentle-
men to fill the office of Trustees for the term of 1920-1923 and reported that there
was no opposition to the ticket. Tellers were appointed by the chair who made
the report that there were 255 proxies for the regular ticket and 4 ballots for
the same and making 259 votes in all with no opposition vote, whereupon the
chair announced the unanimous election of the below named gentlemen for
the term as above stated, viz: — Walter Geer, Douglas Merritt, Alexander
McMillan Welch, Ellsworth Everett Dwight, Clarence Winthrop Bowen.
The President made a brief address relative to the work of the Officers
and Trustees of the Society and to the efficient management of its affairs and
expressed hearty appreciation of the interestand co-operation of the office staff.
The meeting then adjourned and refreshments were served.
1920.] Queries. 1 69
A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Society was held on
Wednesday. February l8th, 1920, at 4.30 P. M., it being a meeting adjourned
from February 17th on account of lack of quorum. Present: — Messrs. Uowen,
Drowne, Dwight, Hattield, Mcrritt, Motl, Sherman, Stillwell, Totten, Walker,
Welch anil Wright. Mr. Bowen, the President in the chair.
The Board then proceeded to the election of Officers for the year 1920-192 r
and the entire ticket of Officers for the year 1919-1920 was re-elected with the
exception of the office of Corresponding Secretary which was left vacant to be
The Executive Committee for the year 1919-1920 was re-elected for the
year 1920- 192 1.
The Publication Committee as elected is as follows: — Hopper Striker
Mott, Editor and Chairman; John R. Totten; John Edwin Stillwell. .M. D.;
Tobias Alexander Wright; Royden Woodward Vosburgh; Capt. Richard Scher-
merhorn, Jr.; Capt. Richard Henry Greene; Rev. S. Ward Righter; Mrs.
Robert Uewey Bristol and William Alfred Robbins.
The Commillee on Heraldry for 1919-1920 was continued for the year
Royden Woodward Vosburgh was elected Historian and the Committee
on Research was elected as follows: —
Tobias .Alexander Wright, Washington, Saratoga and Warren Counties.
Capt. Richard Schermerhorn, Jr., Albany, Rensselaer and Greene Counties.
Willis Tracy Hanson, Jr., Schenectady County.
Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Ulster County.
Douglass Merritt, Dutchess and Putnam Counties.
John Edwin Stillwell, M. D., Richmond County.
Miss Lucy Dubois Akerly, for Sufifolk County, N. Y.
Mrs. Charles Dod Ward, for Oswego County, N. Y.
Rufus King, for Suffolk County, N. Y.
Eduardo Haviland Hillman, for Great Britain.
The Corresponding Members for IQI9-1920 were re-elected for 1920-1921.
The Amendments to the By-Laws of the Society which were formally pre-
sented to the Board at the previous meeting thereof were unanimously passed.
These amendments in so far as they are of interest to the members of the
Society consist in raising the fee for Life Membership in the Society from
$100. to $200., and to the raising of the Life Subscription to the Record to Life
.Members of the Society from S75. to S'oo.
A Special Meeting of the .Society was held at the Auditorium of the Colony
Club on Friday evening, February 20th, 1920. The meeting was called to
order at 8.30 P.M., the President, Mr. Bowen, in the chair.
Mr. Bowen introduced Mrs. J. Warren Goddard who addressed the Society
on the subject entitled, "Archibald Robertson, The Founder of the First School
of Art in America," which address was illustrated by stereopticon views.
Mr. Bowen then introduced the Rev. William L. Sullivan who read Mrs.
Goddard's prepared paper. After which Mrs. Goddard verbally made explan-
ations of the stereopticon views displayed.
After the conclusion of Mrs. Goddard's remarks the Rev. Henry Stimpson
moved that a vote of the warmest thanks be tendered to Mrs. Goddard for her
most interesting address and remarks, which motion was seconded by Mr.
Orlando Rouland and unanimously carried. The meeting then adjourned.
Queries will be inserti^d at the rate of \(*v\ (io> cents per line, or fraction of a line, payable in
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1 70 Book Reviews. [April
All answers may at the discretion of querist be addressed to The N. Y. G. & B. Soc. and will
be forwarded to the inquirer.
In answering queries please refer to the Volume and Page of The Record in which original
query was published.
Cornell — Was Samuel Cornell (Waring or Warren) a grandson of John
Cornell^ (of Danbury, Conn.) John", Thomas' and Mary Starr; and was Rebecca
daughter of John Cornell' and wife of Samuel Barnum, grandmother or great
grandmother of Samuel Cornell Waring (or Warren) who was Elizabeth
Barnum who married Samuel Cornell Waring. Could Samuel Cornell Waring
be descended from Samuel Cornell' (Samuel'-', Thomas') of Crummels, N. Y.,
and Rebecca ? John Cornell, care of Genealogical Society.
By John R. Totten.
Editorhl Note:— The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society solicits as
donations to its Library all newly published works on Genealogy, History and Biography, as well
as all works on Town, County and State History, or works embodying information regarding the
Vital Records of any and all localities. It also solicits the donation to the manuscript collections
of its library of any and all manuscript compilations which hear upon the above mentioned topics.
In consideration of such donations the works so presented to the Society will be at once
placed upon the shelves of its library and will be reviewed in the next subsequent issue of The
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the above mentioned subjects, as its library is specialized and cannot accommodate material
which does not bear directly upon its recognized sphere of usefulness.
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Society before December ist of the previous year; for the .^pril issue, before March ist; for the
July issue before June ist; and for the October issue, before September ist.
All donations will be generously reviewed with a view of calling the attention of the public
to their good points; but, while generous, the reviews will contain such proper criticism as the
interest of the genealogical student would expect from the editorial staff of The Record.
The "Book Notices" of The Record are carefully read by all librarians as well as
genealogical students, and the review of a work in The Record is equivalent to a special
advertisement of such work.
Letters of transmittal of donations of such works should embody the price of the work
donated and the name and address of the person from whom it can be purchased.
Dwelly's Parish Records, Vol. V., Bishop's Transcripts at Wells,
■Vol. IV., being all the unpublished transcripts for the Parishes Ash Priors,
Ashington, Ashwick, Axbridge, Babcary, Babington, Backwell, Badgworth,
South Barrow also Ansford 1807 and Wrington 1806-7, copied from the originals
by E. Dwelly, pp. 255. Price 10 shillings, net. Address compiler, Pinewood
Hill, Fleet, Hants, Eng.
Dwelly's Parish Records, Vol. VII, Bishop's Transcripts at Wells,
Vol. v., being all the unpublished transcripts for Bath to 17Q3-4 and Othery
1608. Copied from the originals by E. Dwelly and T. W. Dwelly, pp. 254.
Price 10 shillings, net. Address compilers, Pinewood Hill, Fleet, Hants, Eng.
Both of these volumes are continuations of Dwelly's excellent series which
we have previously mentioned in these columns. The entire series should be
on the shelves of all libraries maintaining a section for Vital Records of
History of One Branch of the George Family in America, together
with a history of some of the families connected with it by marriage, compiled
by Jasper P. George, of Manchester, N. H., with additions and corrections
thereto by Hiram M. George. Octavo, paper, pp. 41. No price stated. Ad-
dress: Hiram M. George, 694 Walkhill Street, Mattapan, Mass.
A most excellent work replete with genealogical information.
1920.] Accessions to the Library. I7I
Guilford Genealogy, by Helen Morrill Guilford. Octavo, cloth, pp. 6H,
Privately printed. No price stated. Address author. No. 2554 Wisconsin Ave.,
N. VV., Washington, D. C.
A valuable addition to the genealogical record of this family in America.
The Khddes FAMrr.v in America, Published by Nelson Osgood Rhoades,
No. 1208 Merchants Nat. Hank HUlg.. Los Angeles, Cal.
This is a family magazine intending to be published three times a year.
Price per year 50c., Vol. 1. No. 1, issued June 1919.
Its purpose is to secure information to be later embodied in a specially
published history, biography and genealogy of all branches of this family.
A History and Genealogy op the Families of Bayard, Houstoun
OF Gkokcjia, and the descent of the Uolton Family from the families
of .\sshct(jn, Uyron and Hiilton, by Joseph Gaston Baillie Bulloch, M. U.
Octavo, paper, pp. 76, including«index. No price stated. .Address author, No.
1669 Columbia Road, .N. VV., Washington, D. C.
A v.iluable contribution to the genealogical record of the families men-
tioned in the title of the work.
Christie Family, by Walter Christie of Bergenfield, N. J. Octavo, cloth,
p.p. 26, illustrated. No price stated.
This work relates to the descendants of James' Christie of Schrallenburgh,
N. J., and his wife Magdalena Uemarest and will be of interest to those of this
Daniel Edwin Bushnell, a Memorial, Octavo, cloth, pp. 143, illus-
trated. Not for sale. Address: Emma H. Bushnell, 529 Vine Street, Chatta-
A most interesting biographical sketch which covers some 132 pages, which
is enriched by II pages of genealogical data.
William West of Scituate, R. I,, Farmer, Soldier, Statesman, by
Geori;e M. West, of St. Andrews, Fla. Octavo, cloth, pp. 32. Price $2.50.
Address author as above. Only 50 copies printed and only 15 copies remaining.
A most valuable and interesting biograbhical sketch.
The .Story of Tekra Cotta, by Walter Geer. Octavo, three quarters
morocco, pp. 303, illustrated by 44 portrait plates. 1920. Press of Tobias A.
Wright, >5o. 150 Bleecker Street, N. Y. City. Published for subscribers only;
limited edition of 100 copies at $25. each. Not for sale. Copyrighted 1920.
This is a most beautiful example of the printers art, being in all respects
presented to the public in a forin challenging criticism. The subject matter
has been treated in a most masterly and pleasmg manner by Mr. Geer and the
narrative of the text is enriched from a genealogical and biographical stand-
point by the introduction of many vital facts and individual sketches.
ACCESSIONS TO THE LIBRARY.
November 2^, IQJQ, to February zoth, iQiO.
bound volumes, donated.
Bushnell, E. H — Memorial of Daniel F.dwin Bushnell.
Christie, Walter — The Christie Genealogy.
♦Dailey, Rev. W. N. P.— Manual of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
of New York for 1859; Memorial of Rev. P. Labagh; The Pastor and the
Dwelly, E. & T. VV.— Dwelly's Parish Record.
• Denotes Corresponding Members.
172 Notice. [April, 1920
Geer, Walter — The Story of Terra Cotta.
Guilford, Miss Helen — The Guilford Genealogy.
Juhring, John C — New York Old and New.
Kansas State Historical Society — 21st Biennial Report, 1917-ig.
*Palmer, William L. — Cambridge, Mass. Fifty years a city, 1846-1896; Direc-
tory of the Board of Education of the City of New York for i860.
West, G. M.— William West of Scituate, R. I.
Allen, Paul M.D. — Records of the deaths at South Farms, now in the Town of
Morris, Litchfield Co., Conn.
Caruth, Mrs. R. P.— Pedigree of Walter S. Caruth.
New York G. & B. Society — Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Cats-
kill, Greene Co., N.Y.; Records of the Reformed Dutch Church, called
Christ Church, in the town of Ghent, Columbia Co., together with the
Records of the Congregational Church of New Concord, in the Town of
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.; Records of the Reformed Dutch Church
of Leeds, in the Town of Catskill, N. Y.; with the Records of the Reformed
Protestant Dutch Church of Kiskatom, Catskill, N. Y.
Robbins, William R. — The Dean Family Chart.
Bullock, J. G. B., M. D. — A History and Genealogy of the Families of Bayard,
Houstoun of Georgia, etc.
♦Bailey, Rev. W. N. P. — Discourse Commemorative to the Rev. E. B. Coe ;
Year Book of the Collegiate Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of New
York City, A. D. 1880; Report of the Fort Herkimer Ref. Dutch Church.
George, H. M.G. — The George Family.
Lamoureux, A. J. — Lamoureaux Family Report No. i.
Magruder, C. C, Jr. — Dr. William Beanes, the incidental cause of the author-
ship of the Star Spangled Banner.
Nichols, L. N. — The Nichols Family in America.
Rhodes, Nelson O.— The Rhodes Family Bulletin Nos. I, IL
Belfast, Maine— Vital Records to 1892, Vol. \\.
The Gordons in Virginia — History of.
The Hayford Family — History of.
The Howland Heirs — History of.
Mass. Historical Society— Proceedings for 1918-1919, Vol. LH.
Portraits and Biographical Records of Orange Co., N. Y.
Documentary History of Rhode Island, Vol. II, igig.
The Diary of Matthew Patten, of Bedford, N. H., 1754-1788.
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JULY, 1920.— CONTENTS.
Illustration. Portrait of William Salomon Frontispiece
1. William Salomon. Contributed by Henry Snyder Kissam . . -173
2. Francis Lovelace. Governor of New York, 1668-1673. By J. Hall
Pleasants, M. D 175
3. Andreas Dreyer (Andries Draeyer). Commander at Fort Nassau
(Albany, N. Y.), 1673-4. Rear-Admiral of the Dano-Norwegian
Navy. Contributed by Torstein Jahr 194
4. Christophers Family. Contributed by John R. Totten. (Continued
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5. The Rich Family of Eastern Connecticut. Contributed by Edwin
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6. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Wawarsing. Edited
by Royden Woodward Vosburgh. (Continued from Vol. LI, p. 147) . 233
7. Addresses Delivered at a Special Meeting of the New York
Genealogical and Biographical Society, April 10, 1920, Called
FOR THE Purpose of Conferring Honorary Membership of the
Society upon His Excellency, Jean Jules Jusserand, French
Ambassador to the United States of America . . . .241
8. Westchester County, N. Y., Miscellanea. Contributed by Theresa
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9. Comments on, and Corrections of. Some Curious Errors, which
ARE TO be Found Recorded in the Introduction to Hempstead's
Diary. Contributed by Charles D. Parkhurst 259
10. The Tibbitts or Tibbetts Family. Descendants of George Tip-
PETT of Yonkers, N. Y. Contributed by William Solyman Coons.
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11. Society Notes 277
12. Queries— Foord 277
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14. Book Reviews. By John R. Totten 278
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CO.NTRIBUTED BY HeNRY SnYDEK KISSAM.
William Salomon was born in Mobile. Ala., October 9, 1852.
lie was of one of the oldest and most highly respected Hebrew
families in this country. He died at his late residence, No. 1020
P'ifth Avenue, New York City, on December 14, 1919, in his 68th
His father's grandfather was Haym Salomon, a Philadelphia
banker and patriot of Revolutionary times. His mother, Rosalie
Alice Levy, was a grand-daughter of Captain Jacob De Leon, of
Charleston, S. C, who served in Washington's Army; she was also
a great-grand-daughter of Hayman Levy, who, it is said, at one time
had in his employment. Nicholas Low, of New York, and the orig-
inal John Jacob Astor of New York.
When he was three years old, Mr. Salomon's parents took up
their residence in Philadelphia, Pa. In early youth he was delicate
and was unable to attend the public schools in that city, but later,
when stronger, he was placed in a private school in New York City
and subsequently attended the Columbia Grammar School until he
was fifteen years of age. He specialized in the French and German
languages, and his knowledge of those tongues w"as of the greatest
value to him in his subsequent business life.
Mr. Salomon's first employment was with the banking house of
Speyer and Company, where he started in a sulwrdinate capacity ;
but soon demonstrated his ability for the larger affairs of finance. In
order to master the details of European financial and business meth-
ods he, at his own request, was transferred from the New York
house to the Frankfort-on-Main branch of Speyer and Company's
business. But, before he was located in Germany, the outbreak of
the Franco-Prussian War in 1870, obliged him to remain in the