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8. David Falconer, b. Oct. 3, 1807, in Westchester Co., N. Y.; d , 1838, at New York City; m.

April 26, 1829, at New York City, to Rebecca Lucas, b 1809, at New York City- d

July, 28, 1888, at New York City.
Res. New York City. Supt. of Streets and Lamps.
Children: David, d. aged i year; Louisa, d. young; William Henry.

9. WilHam Henry Falconer,* b. April 7, 1830, at New York City; d , at ; m. June 19, 1873, at

New York City, to Margaret Culbertson McLean, b. Feb. 14, 1844, at ; d , at

Res. New York City. One of the first members of the Society for Improving the Condition of the Poor; continued as a member
ever since. One of the first members of the Y. M. C. \.\ and has been a Manager of the N. Y. Bible Society since
1868; for 16 years he was Treasurer of the New York City Extension and City Mission Society; Member of the Foreign
Mission Board, Methodist Church; has been for 30 years on the .'\dvisory Board of the Old People's Home and was for
20 years a Trustee of the Hahneman Hospital; Delegate to various political conventions; an early Director of the
3rd Avenue R. R.; Member of the St. Nicholas, Huguenot, Sons of the Revolution, and other Societies besides
other offices.

Children: Elizabeth De Hass, Sara Louise, Bruce McLean.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Huguenot Society, Revolutionary Societies, and St. Nicholas Society.


1. John Hance,* b , at ; d at (will dated March 24, 1707, proved Jan. 27, 1710),

at Shrewsbury, N. J.; m (previous to 1670), at , to Elizabeth Hanson (dau. of

Thomas and Mary ( ) Hanson, of Dover, N. H.), b 1645, at Dover, N. H. (prob.);

d. Oct. 28, 1732, at Shrewsbury, N. J.

Res. Dover, N. H., until 1667; Shrewsbury, N. J. Member of the General .'Assembly, N. J., 1668.

Children: Mary, Elizabeth, Deborah, Judith, Hester, John, Isaac.

2. Isaac Hance, b. Oct. 25, 1685, at Shrewsbury, N. J.; d. Sept. 5, 1764, at Shrewsbury, N. J.; m. (i) Oct. i,

1710, at Shrewsbury, N.J , to Rachel White (dau. of Thomas and ( ) White), b '. .[

at ; d. Aug. 30, 1734, at Shrewsbury, N. J. (prob.); m. (2) 3mo., 27, 1736, at Shrewsbury," N.' ].'

(prob.), to Content (Woolley) Bills (widow of Thomas Bills and dau. of Edward and Lydia

( ) Woolley), b. gmo., 9, 1694, at ; d. ....... at ; m. (3) imo 1750, at

to Mary (Cook) Allen (widow of Ephraim Allen and dau. of Ebenezer and Mary (Patterson)
Cook, b at ; d. 12, 4mo., 1779, at Shrewsbury, N. J. (prob.).

Res. Shrewsbury, N. J.

Children: ist m., Timothy, John, Jacob; 2nd m., none that are known of; 3rd m., none that are known of.

3. Timothy Hance, b. May 21, 1714, at Shrev/sbury, N. J.; d (will dated March 15, 1781), at •

m. lomo., 9, 1736, at Shrewsbury, N. J. (at house of Joseph Allen), to Rebecca Allen (dau. of

David Allen), b at ; d. Oct. 23, 1759, at

Res. Shrewsbury, N. J.

Children: Rachel, David, Isaac, Jeremiah, Mary. Elizabeth.

4. Elizabeth Hance, b. April 22, 1751, at Shrewsbury, N.J. (prob.); d , at ; m at

to Tobias Kiker, b at ; d , at ' ' *

Res. Shrewsbury, N. J.

Children: Rebecca, Margaret, Elizabeth, Mary, John, William, Tobias, Timothy.

5. Rebecca Kiker, b. March 29, 1772, at ; d. Aug. 21, 1841, at Salem, Washington County N Y-

m , at to Alexander Wright (son of Samuel and Sarah ( ) Wright) b

1768, at Salem, N. Y.; d. Jan. 8, 1813, at Salem, N. Y.

Res. Salem, N. Y.

Children: Samuel, Tobias, Sally, Alexander, Rebecca, David, Margaret B.

6. Tobias Wright, b. Feb. 14, 1794, at Salem, N. Y.; d. April 17, 1866, at Edgerton, Williams Co., Ohio-

m. (I) , at Salem, N. Y,, to Mary Lakin, b at ; d. Nov. 4, 1828, at Salem,

N. Y. (about 6 months after marriage); m. (2) May 15, 1832, at , Delaware Co., N. Y., to

Susan Cook (dau. of Deacon Nathaniel and Tamar Rebecca ( ) Cook), b. April i, 1807,

at , Delaware Co., N. Y.; d. Jan. 22, 1888, at Edgerton, Ohio.

Res. Salem, N. Y.; Delaware Co., N. Y.; Huron Co., Ohio; Edgerton, Williams Co., Ohio.

Children: ist m., none; and m., .-Alexander, David, Charles L., William M., Tamar R., Tobias .Alexander.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Society of Colonial Wars and Holland Society.

1912.] Registration of Pedigrees. gi

HANCE — Continued.

7. Tobias Alexander Wright, b. June 29, 1846, at , DeKalb Co., Ind.; d , at ; m.

Nov. 18, 1875, at St. Paul's Church, Salem, N. Y., to Mary Gibson (dau. of Hon. Jamest and

Jane (Woodworth) Gibson), b. Aug. 16, 1845, ^'^ Salem, Washington Co., N. Y.; d. Aug. 22, 1903,

at Salem, N. Y.
Res. Edgerton, Ohio; Salem, N. Y., and New York City, N. Y. Vice-President, New York Genealogical and Biographical

Society; Member New York Historical Society.
Child: Jennie Gibson.

8. Jennie Gibson Wright, b. Dec. 16, 1878, at New York Citv, N. Y.; d at ; m. Oct. 11, 1905,

at Grace Church Chapel, New York City, N. Y., to Howard Merritt Rush (son of Rev. Harris C.

and Caroline M. (Gilpin) Rush), b. Sept. 17, 1877, at Westfield, N. J.; d , at

Res. Salem, N. Y., and New York City, N. Y.
Child: Carolyn Gilpiu.

9. Carolyn Gilpin Rush, b. Aug. 2, 1908, at New York City; d at ; m , at ,

to b , at ; d , at

Res. New York City, N. Y. (with parents.)

t Descendants eligible to Societies of Sons or Daughters of the Revolution.


Arms of " Levyngstoun, Lord of Callendar:"

Arms: "First and Fourth, Argent, three Cinquefoils gules, within a double tressure, flory and

counterflory, vert, for Livingston; Second and Third, Sable, a bend between

six billets, or, for Callendar.

Crest: A demi-savage rising out of a helmet, wreathed round head and waist with laurel,

holding in dexter hand a club in bend sinister, in sinister hand a serpent intwined

round arm, all proper.
Motto: Si Je Puis.

1. William Livingston, 4th Lord Livingston of Callendar, died about 15 14; m. Agnes Hepburn (dau. of

Alexander Hepburn of Whitsorae).

2. James Livingston, d. prior to Oct. 13, 1547; killed at Pinkie Field, Scotland.

3. Rev. Alexander Livingston, Rector of Monyabroch in 1561; d. about 1598.

4. Rev. William Livingston, b. 1576; d. 1641. First Minister at Monyabroch, Scotland.

5. Rev. John Livingston, A.M., b. at Kilsyth, Sterlingshire, Scotland, June 21, 1603; d. at Rotterdam,

Holland, between Aug. 14 and 21, 1672; m. at Edinburgh, Scotland, in the West Church, June 23,

1635, to Janet Fleming (dau. of Bartholomew Fleming), b. Nov. 16, 1613, at Edinburgh, Scotland;

d. Feb. 13, 1693-4, at Rotterdam, Holland.
Res. .Ancrum, Scotland. Graduated from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, where he took his degree of M. A. in 1621; was

licensed to preach Jan. .., 162s; ordained about Aug. ... 1630, by Dr. .\ndrew Knox, Bishop of Raphoe, at Rathmullen,

Co. Donegal, Ireland, and was called to the parish of Killinchy, Ireland.
Children: John, William, Bartholomew, Agnes, Marion, Janet, John, Agnes, James, Johanna, Barbara, John, Andrew, Robert,


6. Robert Livingston,* First Lord of the Manor of Livingston, b. Dec. 13, 1654, at Ancrum., Scotland; d.

Oct. I, 1728, at Boston, Mass. (possibly); m. July 9, 1679, in the Presbyterian Church at Albany,
N. Y., to Alida Schuyler (dau. of Philip Pieterse and Margarieta (Van Schlechtenhorst-Van
Rensselaer) Schuyler, wid. of Rev. Nicholas Van Rensselaer), b. Feb. 28, 1656, at Beverwyck,
N. Y.; d. March 27, 1729, at

Res. Livingston Manor, N. Y. Secretary to the Commissaries of Albany, N. Y., 1676-1686; Town Clerk and Collector, 1686-1721;
Secretary of Indian Atlairs, 1676, 1721; Member of Legislative Council, 1698-1701; Member of General .'\ssenibly for
Albany, N. Y., 1709-1711; for the Manor, 1716-1726; Speaker of the House, 1718-1725; Colonel of Provincial Militia;
Committee of Safety, Sept. 28, 1698-99-1700-1701; County Clerk for .■\ibany County, 1675. '69'. i7o5-

Children: Johannes, Margaret, Johanna Philipina, Philip, Robert, Gilbert, William, Johanna, Catharine.

7. Gilbert Livingston, b. March 3, 1689, at Livingston Manor, N. Y.; d. April 25, 1746, at Kingston, N, Y.;

m. Dec. 22, 171 1, at Kingston, N. Y., to Cornelia Beekman (dau. of Col. Henry and Johanna
(De Loper) Beekman), b. June 18, 1693, bap. Aug. 15, 1693. at Kingston, N. Y.; d. June 24, 1742,

Res. Roelof Janz Kil, near Kingston. N. Y. Registrar, Colonial Court of Chancery, 1720; Supervisor of Kingston, N. Y., 1740.
1741, 1744, 1745; Clerk of the County of Ulster, N. Y., 1722; Lieut.-Colonel of Militia; Delegate to the Provincial
Congress for the Manor of Livingston, 1728-1737; Member of the General Assembly, N. Y.

Children: Robert Gilbert. Henry, Alida, Gilbert, Gilbert, Johannes, Johanna, William, Philip, James, Samuel, Cornelius,
Catharine, Margaret.

8. Margaret Livingston, b at Kingston, N, Y., and bap. there June 23, 1738; d. Jan. 8, 1818, at

New York City, and was buried Jan. 10, 1818; m. Oct. 17, 1764, at New York City, to Petrus

Stuyvesant (great-grandson of Gov. Stuyvesantt), b. Oct. 13, 1727, at New York City; d, Oct. 7,

1805, at New York City.
Res. New York City. Vestryman of Trinity Church, New York City. 179V1799; Captain of a Company of Provincials of Queens

County, Province of New York, 1758. Gave the land for St. Mark's Church, New York City, 12 city lots, and gave

$2,000 to restore St. Mark's Church in 1793.
Children: Judith, Cornelia, Nicholas William, Margaret, Elizabeth, Peter Gerard.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Society of Colonial Wars and Society of Colonial Dames. t Descendants eligible to

Societies of Colonial Wars, Colonial Dames, Colonial Governors, Holland Dames, Founders and Patriots, and
St. Nicholas Society.

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