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,0, 54. WOODWARD. MARY NICOLL (WOODWARD) PUTNAM

1 Richard Woodward, b about 1589, at , England (prob,); d, Feb. 16, 1664-5, at Cambridge,

Mass.- m. (I) at England (prob.), to Rose b about 1584, at ,

England (prob,); d. Oct. 6, 1662, aged 78 or 80, at Cambridge, Mass.; m. (2) (marriage

settlement dated April 18, 1663), at Cambridge, Mass., (prob.) to Ann ( ) Gates (widow of

Stephen Gates of Cambridge, Mass.), b , 1603. at ; d. Feb. 5, 1682-3, at Stowe, Mass.

Res Watertown and Cambridge, Mass. He was admitted a freeman. Sept. 2, 1635. Came to this country on Vae^ s\\\\) Elizabeth,
sailing'from Ipswich, England, .\pril 10, 1634, he aged 45; his wife aged 50; and sons George aged 13, and John aged 13.

Children: ist m., George, John; 2nd m., none.

2 George Woodward, b , 1621, (according to sailing list of ship Elizabeth) at England (prob,);

d May 31, 1676, at Watertown, Mass. (prob.); m. (i) at to Mary b. .......

jjt .....; d at ; m. (2) Aug. 17, 1659, at Watertown, Mass., (prob.) to Elizabeth

Hanimond (dau! of' Thomas and Elizabeth (Steadman) Hammond, of Newton, Mass.), b

at ; d , at ; after her husband's death she m. Samuel Truesdale.

Res. Watertown, Mass.

Children- ist m., Mary, Sarah. Amos, Rebecca, John, Susanna, Daniel, Mary; 2nd m., George, Thomas, Elizabeth. Nathaniel,
Sarah; 'by his 2nd wife's 2nd marriage (Truesdale), none that are known of.

■x Daniel Woodward, b. Sept. 2, 1653, at Watertown, Mass.; d , at ; m. Jan. 14, 1679, at

^' Medford, Mass., to Elizabeth Dana (dau. of Richard and Ann (Bullard) Dana, of Cambridge,
Mass.), b. Feb. 20, 1662-3, at Cambridge, Mass.; d .at

Res Watertown, Medford. Woburn, and Cambridge, Mass., he and his wife were admitted to church at Cambridge, Mass.,

Oct. 31,1697. He was an inn-keeper at Medford, Mass.
Children: Elizabeth, Mary, Daniel, Abigail, Sarah, Hannah, Amos, Susanna, Jonathan, Joseph, and possibly Thomas.

4 Thomas Woodward, b , at ; d at Stonington, Conn.; m. May 18, 1725, at

(Groton, Conn., possibly), to Dorothy Parke (dau. of Robert Parke and his 2d wife Mary (Rose)
Parke), b , about 1703, bap. April 15, 1704. at Preston, Conn, (prob); d at

Res. Preston, and Stonington, Conn.

Children: Parke, Joanna, Hezekiah, Dorothy, Jonas, Mary, Caleb, Thomas, Elkanah.

e Parke Woodward, b. March 21 (or 27), 1726, at Preston, Conn.; d. Nov. 18, 1808, at Riverhead (Lyme

Township), Conn.; m. (i) March 13, 1746, at (Preston or Stonington, Conn., prob.), to

Zilpah (or Sylvia) Parke (dau. of John and Abigail (Parish) Parke), b. Jan. 1 1, 1728-9, at ;

d 1771, at New London, Conn.; m. (2) at , to , b , at ;

d , at

Res. Stonington, Conn.

Children: 1st ra., Asa, John, Seth, Enoch, Amos, Charity, Wealthy; 2nd m., Lucy.

6 Amos Woodward, b. Tan. 11, 1769, at New London, Conn.; d. Nov. 2, 1814, at New London, Conn.;

m. Feb. 26, 1792', at New London, Conn., to Elizabeth Bailey (dau. of Nathan Bailey), b. Dec. 2,

1765, at New London Conn.; d. Feb. 11, 1851, at Ithaca, N. Y.
Res. New London, Conn. Deputy-Collector of the Port.
Children: John, Henry, Eliza Terry, Edward, William Amos, Emeline, Richard Giles Bailey, John.

7 William Amos Woodward, b. March 21, 1801, at New London, Conn.; d. Sept. 19, 1883, at " Keewaydin,"

Orange County, N. Y.; m. Dec. 4, 1828, at Ithaca. N. Y., to Frances Mary Evertson (dau. of
George B. Evertson. of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.), b. April 26, 181 1, at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; d.
March 15, 1899, at 128 West 59th Street, New York City.

Res. New York City, N. Y. Mrs. William Amos Woodward was a Daughter of the American Revolution and a member of the
Holland Dames and N. J. Society of Colonial Dames.

Children: George Evertson, Francis William, Mary Nicoll, Harriet Bowen.

8. Mary Nicoll Woodward, b. Oct. i, 1834, at Ithaca, N. Y.; d , at ; m. Jan. 30, 1867, at

" Keewaydin," Orange County, N. Y., to Erastus Gaylord Putnam, b. Dec. 23, 1833, at Har-
ford, Cortland County, N. Y.; d , at

Res. 219 South Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. He is a Doctor in Pharmacy.

Children: Mary Evertson, Harriet Barrow, Rosalie Gaylord, William Hamilton (all died young).



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j2i Registration of Pedigrees. 193

j^^ 55 PALMER ANN ELIZABETH (MARTIN) HOERNER

I Walter Palmer, b as early as 1585. at Nottinghamshire. England (or London, E^g^^^d); d

Nov. 10, 1661. at Stonington, Conn.; m. (I) at England, to Ann (called

Elizabeth to distinguish her from her mother), b. .^..., at .; a .., ai ....... m. \z)

Tune I, 1633. at Charlestown, Mass., to Rebecca Short, b at ; a ai

Grouud, Stonington, Conn. , ., -r, ■ ■ r^ „u„~

Children: .st m., Grace, William, Jolm. Jonah, Elizabeth; ..d m., Hannah. Elihu, Neliem.ah. Moses. Benjamm, Gershom,
Rebecca.

3. Nehemiah Palmer, b. Nov. 2, 1637 (bap. 23, 9^0., 1637). at Charlestown Mass.; d. Feb 17. 1717. at
Hartford Conn.- m. Nov. 20, 1662, at Stonmgton, Conn., to Hannah Lord Stanton (dau. or

fhrmas and Anna (Lord) Stanton,' of Stonington, Conn.), b 1644, at Stonington. Conn.

(possibly); d. Oct. 17, 1727. at Stonmgton. Conn. •, , r.„

Res Ston nirton Conn He was a prominent man in the church, town and State,.and was of the Governor's Council of Con-
Res. ^'°°^'^Ston.^^o'J°„y %™ ^^^^ a Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut for 15 sessions.
Children: Joseph, Elihu. Jonathan. Daniel. Nehemiah. Hannah.

Lieut Joseph Palmer,* b. Oct. 3. 1663, at Stonington, Conn.; d. Jan. 3. J7io, at Stonington Conn,
ioss^bly)-" March (or Nov.) 12, 1687. at Stonington. Conn., to Frances Prent.ee (dau. of
Thomas and Rebecca (Jackson) Prentice, b , at ; d at

Res. Stonington, Conn. Lieut, in military service.

Children: Son, son. Joseph, daughter, Hannah. Benjamin, Sarah, Jonathan.

Hannah Palmer, b. May 31, 1694. at Stonington, Conn. (bap. there Aug. 12, 1694); d. ^\ ...... \

nannan fa ' y/ ^ ^\ ^^ Stonington, Conn., to George Palmer (son of Deacon Gershom
and his first wife Ann (Denison) Palmer, of Stonington Conn.), b. (or bap.) May 29. ^^80 (or .68.).
at Stonington. Conn, (possibly); d. May 28, 1728, at Stonington, Conn, (possibly), "^- (^) Jeb. 22
7730 at Stonington, Conn., to William York, as his second wife, (son of Thomas and Mary
(Bro'wn)York,of Stonington. Conn.), b. Oct. 3, 1705, at Stonington, Conn.; d at

Res George Palmer, her first husband, and William York, her second husband, both resided at Stonmgton Conn.

Children: ist m. (Palmer). Christopher, Zebulon, Joseph, George, Gershom; 2nd m. (York). Amos, Mary, Jonathan.

Capt. George Palmer,! b. Sept. 6 (or 22). .719. at Stonington. Conn.; d. Dec. I5 (ori7), 1809. at Still-

water, Saratoga Co., N. Y.; m. (i) April 13, 1732, at . . . . . ,. to Hannah Marsh b. July .0. 1721.

at Plainfield Windham Co., Conn.; d. July 21, 1797. at Stillwater, NY.; m. (2) ..... at . . . . ...

?o Amy (Biodgett) Lawrence (whose ist husband was Joshua Whitney and 2nd husband

Lawrence) b at ; d , 1818, at Canaan, Conn.

Res Stoningion, Coventry, Plainfield. Canaan, and Norfolk. Conn.; Stillwater, Saratoga Co.. N. Y. Chairman of Committee

of Safety at Ft. Ticonderoga; Judge; large land owner.
Children: ist m., Mary, Lydia. James, Isaac, Ellas. Hannah, Amy; 2nd m.. none.

Ensign Elias Palmer,t b. Sept. 29. .756, at Norfolk, Conn.; d- Nov 4. 1838. aged 82, at Stillwater

Saratoga, Co., N. Y.; m. (i) Mil, at ., o Huldah Whitney, b. ....... 1754, at

Norfolk. Hartford Co., Conn.; d. Sept. 3. 1798, at :.tillwater, N. J.; m (2) . at . . . .. to

Elizabeth (Southmaid) Hall (widow of Hall, and dau. of Jonathan and Martha (. .....)

Southmaid), b at ; d. Aug. 24. 1828. at ; m. (3) .at to Mrs.

Mercy Keyes, b .at ; d .at . e „ * m v

Res Norfolk, Conn., and Stillwater, N. Y. He was an Ensign in the Revolutionary War, and a Judge in Stillwater. N. Y.
Children: ist m., Mary. George. Amy. Betsy, Nancy, James. Henry, Ashbel, Cynthia; 2nd m.. none; 3rd m.. none.

Mary (Polly) Palmer, b. Oct. 17. 1778, at Stillwater, N. Y.; d. Feb. 12. 1868, at Albany NY ; m. Dec. 6

1795 at Stillwater, N. Y.. to Daniel Hale, Jr., b. March 11. .774. at ; d. Oct. 17. 1828, at

Albany, N. Y.
Res. Albany, and Stillwater. N. Y. Merchant; Civil Engineer. T i,ri.,«i

Children. Elizabeth, Maria. Huldah. William, John Blake, Sarah, George Palmer, Cornelia Ann. Elizabeth, El.as. Lucius
Quintius Cincinnatus.

8 Cornelia Ann Hale, b. Aug. 26, 1813. at Stillwater, N. Y.; d. Oct. 25. 1868. at Bennington Vt; m. Jan. 25.
8. corneua^Ann^ , . ^^ ^Alexander Shields, b about 1815. at Albany, N. Y. (possibly); d,

Aug! 5. i860, at Albany, N. Y.
Res Albany. Corinth, Rotterdam, and Schenectady, N.Y. Merchant; farmer; police captain.
Children: Daniel, William. Mary. Daniel, Sarah Carliu, Henrietta. Lucius Moray. Alexander. Millard Fillmore.



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9. Sarah Carlin Shields, b. Feb. 24, 1844, at Rotterdam, Saratoga Co., N. Y.; d . ... at . . .
May II, 1861, at Albany, N. Y.. to Peter J. Martin, b. May 4, 1840. at Albany. N. Y., d.



at

Res. Woodmere, L. L, N. Y.

Children: Annette. Ann Elizabeth. Mary Henrietta. Louis.



ID. Ann Elizabeth Martin, b. Dec. 3. 1863. at New York City. N. Y.; d . . .... at -;- ' = "Vj^ept 14. 1881.

at New York City. N. Y.. to Henry Justus Hoerner, b. Oct. 2. 1854, at Newark, N. J., d

at

Res. 175 Quitman Street. Newark, N. J.

Children: Henry Edward Martin. Louis Justus, Pierre Jay, Helen.

Note: * Descendants probably eligible to Society of Colonial Wars. + Descendants eligible to Revolutionary Societies.



IQA Registration of Pedigrees. [April,

No. 56. LYDDALL Josephine (adams) perry

1. Sir Thomas Lyddall (or Liddell), b at ; d , 1627, at ; m. ....... at

to Bridget Woodward (according to Complete Baronetage, vol. ii, p. 205, by G. E. C. and Le

Neve's Knights, p. 184, she was a dau. of Edward Woodward of Lee, Bucks; according to William
and Mary College Quarterly, vol. x, and Visitations of Buckinghamshire, 1634, and to Familae
Minorum Gentium, vol. iv, p. 1300, she was a dau. of George and Elizabeth (Honeywood) Wood

ward, of Lee, County Bucks, England), b at ; d at She m. (2)

at , to Thomas Heneage, Esq. (son of Michael Heneage), b at ; d

at

Res. Ravensworth Castle, Durham, England. Bridget (Woodward) Liddell was a Maid of Honor to the Queen of Bohemia.

Children: ist m. (Liddell), Thomas; by her 2nd m. (Heneage) ?

2. Col. George Lyddall, b , at England; d. Jan. 19, 1705. in New Kent Co., Va.; m

at , to , b at ; d at

Res Came over to this country previous to 1654; patented lands in New Kent Co., Va., in 1654; in 1679 was Commander of the
fort on the Mattaponi River; Justice of the Peace in 1680; Lieutenant-Colonel of County Militia.

Children: John, Ann.

3. Ann Lyddall, b at ; d at ; m at to Capt. Edmund Bacon,

b , at ; d , at

Res. New Kent Co., Va. He was Sheriff of the County and Vestryman of St. Peter's Parish; patented lands on Pamunky River

in 1687; Captain of Militia.
Child: John.

4. John Bacon, b at , New Kent Co., Va.; d , at ; m. (i) at , to

Sarah (Langston?), b at ; d. Jan. 4, 1709-10, at ; m, (2) July 4. i7'o, at St,

Peter's, Church, Kent Co., Va., to Susannah Parke (or Parkes) (dau. of John Parke (or Parkes),
b at ; d , at

Res. New Kent Co., Va. He was a burgess in 1690, and Justice of the Peace in 1702.

Children: 1st m., Nathaniel, William; 2nd m., John, Sarah, Lyddall, Edmund, .^nne.

5. Sarah Bacon, b. Dec. 28, 1712, at New Kent Co., Va.; d , at Lunenburg, Va.; m

at New Kent Co., Va. (possibly), to Samuel Bugg (son of Samuel and Deborah ( )

Bugg, of St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Va.), b at New Kent Co., Va.; d ,

at Mecklenburg, Va. Will dated Dec. 30, 1756, and proved May i, 1759.

Res. New Kent Co., Va.

Children: Jacob, Agnes, Sarah, Sherwood, Samuel, Edmund, Anselra, William, John.

6. Sherwood Bugg,* b. July 8, 1720, in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Va.; d at Augusta, Ga.;

m at Augusta, Ga., to Elizabeth Hobson (dau. of Nicholas Hobson, whose will was dated

May 25, 1758, and proved Dec. 5, 1758, in Brunswick Co., Va.), b at Lunenburg, Va.;

d , at Augusta, Ga.

Res. New Kent Co., Va.. and Lunenburg, Va., and .Augusta, Ga. He was a Captain in the Continental line of the Georgia

Brigade in the Revolutionary War.
Children: Obedience, Prudence, and several sons.

7. Obedience Bugg, b 1752, at Lunenburg, Va.; d 1778, at Augusta, Ga.; m ,

at , to Col. James Martin,* b 1748, at Va.; d , in Edgefield District,

S. C.

Res. Edgefield District, S. C. He was a Colonel of Militia in the Revolutionary War, and was a planter by occupation.
Children: Betsey, Letty, Mary, Keziah Parish, Prudence, James.

8 Keziah (Kitty) Parish Martin, b , 1783, in Edgefield District, S. C; d. Jan. .., 1835, in Edge-
field District, S. C; m 1805, at Augusta, Ga., to George Galphin Youille MacMurphy.f

b , 1782, at Fredericksburg, Va.; d , 1813, at Beaufort, S. C.

Res. Edgefield District, S. C. He was Adjutant of the ist Regiment of South Carolina Militia in War of 1812.
Children: Sarah Susannah, Mary Youille, Kitty.

9. Sarah Susannah MacMurphy, b. Sept. 16, 1806, in Edgefield District, S. C; d. July 26, 1901,^ at "The
Hill," Augusta, Ga.; m. Oct. 9, 1829, at Augusta, Ga., to John Marsh Adams (son of Joseph and
Deborah (Marsh) Adams, of Litchfield, Conn.), b. April 16, 1801, at Litchfield, Conn.; d. Jan. 22,
1853, at Augusta, Ga.
Res. .\ugusta, Ga. He was a cotton merchant and in the wholesale grocery business.

Children: Mary Keziah. Sarah Deborah, Josephine, Elizabeth Bacon, Harriett Henrietta, Anna, Joseph Henry, George
MacMurphy, William Marsh, John Marsh.

10, Josephine Adams, b. Nov. 3, 1834, at Augusta, Ga.; d , at ; m. June, 25, 1857, at "The

Hill," Augusta, Ga., to Gen. Alexander James Perry, U.S.A., b. Dec. 11, 1828, at New
London, Conn.; d at

Res. Various posts in U. S. Army: settled at 2003 I St., N. W.. Washington. D. C. He graduated U. S. M. A., 1851; Brigadier-
General and Assistant Quartermaster General. U.S. .\.\ retired Dec. 11. 1892; Member Mil. Order Loyal Legion;
Soc. Sons rit Rev.; Lav Delegate Gen'l Convention Prot. Epis. Ch., N. Y. City, 1874. She is a member of Colonial
Dames of Georgia; member of the Society of the War of 1812, and a Daughter of the American Revolution.

Children: Lucretia Thatcher, John Adams, Alexander Wallace, Josephine Adams.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Revolutionary Societies. t Descendants eligible to Society of War of 1812.

Note: % In pedigree No. 23 (Adams— Lucretia Thatcher (Perry) Osborn), generation 7, the date of death of Sarah Susannah
MacMurphy is incorrectly given as Jan. 27, 1852— it should read as above, July 26, 1901.



1912.] Registration of Pedigrees. 19C

No. 57. SCHUYLER HOPPER STRIKER MOTT

Schuyler Arms:

(As borne by Philip Pieterse Schuyler, brother of David Pieterse Schuyler.)

Arms: Vert, an arm clothed or issuing from the sinister side, hand supporting a falcon proper, hooded or.

Crest: A falcon /rc/(?r, hooded or.
Motto: Semper fi delis.

1. David Pieterse Scliuyler,* b at Amsterdam, Holland; d. Feb. 9, 1690, at Albany, N. Y.; m.

Oct. 13, 1657, at New Amsterdam, to Catalina Ver Planck (dau. of Abraham Isaacsen Ver

Planck), b , at ; d at

Res. Beverwyck, Albany, N. Y. Justice of the Peace, 1683; Shepen, 1686; Member of Convention, i68g; Magistrate, 1690.
Children; Peter, Gertrude, .\brahani, Maria, David, Myudert, Jacob, Catlyn.

2. Pieter Davldse Schuyler, b. April 18, 16^9, at Albany, N. Y.; d. March 7, 1696, at Albany, N. Y.;

m , at Beverwyck, N. Y., to Allda Van Slechtenliorst (dau. of Brandt Arent and the widow

Goosen (Gerritsen- Van Schayck) Van Slechtenhorst), b , at ; d at

Res. Albany, and Ciaverack, N. Y. Judge of Oyer and Terminer.

Children: Gerrit, Johannes, Catalina, Davidt, Alida, Philip, Pieter.

3. Davidt Pieterse Scliuyler, b. Dec. 26, 1688, at Albany, N. Y.; d (will dated April 3, 1759, proved

Feb. 10, 1764), at Canajoharie, N. Y.; m. (i) July 17, 1720, at to Anna Bratt, b ,

at ; d , at ; m. (2) at to , b at ; d ,

at

Res. Albany, and Canajoharie, N. Y.

Children: ist m., Alida, Pieter; 2nd m.. John, Adoniah, David, Philip, Jacob, Anna, Margreta, .\lida, Cathrina.

4. Jacob Schuyler, b. March 24, 1734, at ; d at ; m at (prob. at German

Valley, N. J.), to Eve Swackhamer, b at (prob. German Valley, N. J.); d

at

Res. Albany, N. Y.. and Florida, Montgomery, Co., N. Y.

Children: Elizabeth, Christina, John, Catherine, Dolly (Dorothy), Jacob, Margaret, Ann, Philip, Samuel, Eve, Philip, Daniel.

5. Jacob Schuyler, b. Feb. 2, 1764, at ; d , at Florida, N. Y.; m at to Martha

Fancher, b at ; d , at

Res. Springtown, N. J. Farmer.

Children: 6 sons and 9 daughters; names of sons known only, viz.: Richard, Jacob, John J., Jeremiah, William, Thomas.

6. John Jacobse Schuyler, b. May 26, 1791, at Florida, N. Y.; d. Jan. 22, 1865, at Amsterdam, N. Y.; m.

March 25, 1813, at , to Susan Shaw, b , at ; d at

Res. Amsterdam, N. Y. Merchant; Vice-President and Director of the Farmers' Bank.
Children: George, Ruth Ann, and 2 other daughters.

7. Ruth Ann Schuyler, b at Amsterdam, N. Y.; d , at ; m. June 27, 1850, at Amster-

dam, N. Y., to Matavus Hopper Mott, b. Sept. 23, 1815, at " Rosevale," New York City; d.
Jan. 9, 1864, at New York City.

Res. Bloomingdale, N. Y. City. Merchant and Banker; Captain of Militia; President of St. Nicholas Insurance Co.,; Director

of Knickerbocker Bank; Founder, Director, and Secretary of the Broadway Savings Bank.
Children: Hopper Striker, Alexander Hosack.

8. Hopper Striker Mott, b. April 19, 1854, at New York City, N. Y.; d at ; m. April 19,

1875, at New York City, to May Lenox (dau. of Dr. Edwin S. Lenox), b. Feb. 19, 1830, at
New Castle, Me.; d. Jan, 7, 1895, ^t Worcester, Mass.

Res. 288 West End .Ave., New York City. Trustee and Treasurer, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society; Editor,
New\York Genealogical and Biographical Record ; Author of The Ne-w York of Yesterday, Bloomingdale ; Co-editor
of the Historic Guide of New York City; Member of the New York Historical Society and Holland Society; Member
of the Metropolitan, Union League and Psi Upsilon Clubs.

Children: Hopper Lenox, Clarence Schuyler.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Society Colonial Dames.



No. 58. HOPPE HOPPER STRIKER MOTT

1. Andries Willemszen Hoppe, b at (prob. Holland); d. Dec. . . , 1658, at New Amsterdam,

N. Y.; m , at to Qeertje Hendricks, b at ; d , at

Res. New .'\msterdam, N. Y. Merchant; enrolled in the Burgher Corps, 1653.
Children: Catrina, Wilhelmus, Hendrick, Matthys Adolphus.

2. Matthys Adolphus Hoppe (called in printed baptisms Mattheus Abbertus), b (bap. March 3,

1658, at New Amsterdam, N. Y.), at New Amsterdam, N. Y.; d after 1714, at New York

City (prob.); m. May 2, 1683, at New York City, to Anna Paulus (dau. of Jurck Paulus), b ,

at ; d , at

Res. Hackensack, and Saddle River. N. J., and Bloomingdale, N. Y. City.

Children: .'Andries, Christyna, Lea, Rachel, Johannes.

3. Johannes Hoppe,* bap. May 19, 1706, at Hackensack, N. J.; d at ; m. May 31, 1728, at

New York City, to Maria Van Norden (dau. of Wessel Van Norden), b (bap. March 10,

1708, at New York City), at New York City; d at

Res. New York City. Collector for the Out Ward, Bowery Division, 1733-17.^5; Constable, 1735; served in Capt. G. Stuyvesant'a

Co., 1738; Lieutenant in Gen. Harmer's Expedition against the Indians.
Children: Mattheus, Wessel, Johannes, Jacomyntie (Jemima), Andries, Yallis.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Society Colonial Wars.



Iq5 Registration of Pedigrees. [April,

\\0'?VY.— Continued.

4. Johannes Hoppe,* b. May 21, 1734, at New York City; d. Aug. 7, 1819, at New York City; m. (i) April 21,

1759, at New York City (prob.), to Wyntje Dyckman (dau. of Nicholas Dyckman), b. July 16,

1735! at New York City; d. Sept. 20, 1786, at ; m. (2) at , to Sarah Cozine

(dau. of Balam Johnson Cozine), b at ; d at

Res New York and New Jersey. Lieut, in Col. Brewerton's Regt. of the Outward, 1776, (Loyalist); Private, i777-i779, 4th Co.,

4th Regt. .American Troops; Re-enlisted 1780, Ensign 1780, and Regt. Continental Troops, Jersey line.
Children: ist m., Mary; 2nd m., none.

5. Mary Hopper, b. April 2, 1760, at New York; d. Sept. 20, 1786, at " Striker's Bay," N. Y. City; m

(license granted Sept. 23, 1780), at New York City, to James Striker (as his first wife), b. Sept. 18,

1755, at ; d. Dec. 6, 1831, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y. City. He m. (2) Dec. 26, 1790, at

New York City, to Mary (Polly) Horn (dau. of Johannes and Jacomyntje (Hopper) Horn),
b. Nov. 23, 1771, at New York City; d. Oct. 6, i860, at Amsterdam, N, Y.

Res. New York City. Ensign and Regt. " Delancey's Loyalists;" Member Light Horse Troop, 2nd Battalion, Somerset (N. J.)

Militia, Revolutionary War.
Children: ist m., .Ann, Lavinia (Winifred), Garret Hopper; 2nd m., Maria, James, John Horn, Richard Albertson, Helen,

George Washington, Gabriel Furman, Jemima.

6. Lavinia (Winifred) Striker, b. May 27, 1782, at "Striker's Bay," New York City; d. March 16, 1862,

aged 80, at " .Mott's Point," N. Y. City; m. Sept. 24, 1801, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y. City, to
Jordan Mott (as his 2nd wife), b. Feb. 6, 1768, at Hempstead Harbor, Roslyn, L. I., N. Y.; d.

Jan. 8, 1840, in 72nd year, at " Mott's Point," N. Y. City. He m. (i) , at , to Elizabeth

Ellison, b , at ; d at

Res. New York City and Bloomingdale. Importer. First Treasurer of St. Stephen's Church, N. Y. City. Original stockholder

in the Mechanics' Bank.
Children: by his ist m., none; 2nd m., John Hopper, James Striker, ;Samuel Coles, Jordan, Jacob Hopper, Garrit Striker,

Matavus Hopper.

7. Matavus Hopper Mott, b. Sept. 23, 1815, at " Rosevale," N. Y. City; d. Jan. 9, 1864, at New York City; m.

June 27, 1850, at Amsterdam, N. Y., to Ruth Ann Schuyler (dau. of John Jacobse and Susan
(Shaw) Schuyler), b , at Amsterdam, N. Y.; d , at

Res. Bloomingdale, N. Y. Citv. Merchant and Banker; Captain of Militia; President of St. Nicholas Insurance Co.; Director

of Knickerbocker Bank; Founder, Director and Secretary of Broadway Savings Bank.
Children: Hopper Striker, Alexander Hosack.

8. Hopper Striker Mott, b. April 19, 1854, at New York City, N. Y.; d , at ; m. April 19, 1875,

at New York City, to May Lenox (dau. of Dr. Edwin S. Lenox), b. Feb. 19, 1830, at New Castle,
Me.; d. Jan. 7, 1895, at Worcester, Mass.

Res. New York City, etc. (See Pedigree No. 57.)
Children: Hopper Lenox, Clarence Schuyler.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Revolutionary Societies.



No. 59. STRYCKER hopper striker mott



1. Jacobus Qerrltsen Strycker,* b at Ruinen, Netherlands; d. Oct. . . , 1687, at ; m

at Netherlands, to Ytie Huy brechts, b , at ; d , at

Res. New Amsterdam, N. Y., and Flatlands. L. I., N. Y. A Great Burgher of New Amsterdam, 1653, 1655. 1657, 1658, 1660;
Schepen, i6s5, 1656, 1658, 1660, 1662, 1663; appointed Orphan Master, March 18, 1664; Alderman, 1663; Schout Fiscaal of
the Dutch Towns on Long Island, August 18, 1673; Delegate to the New Orange Convention, 1674. " Limner," Farmer
and Trader,

Children: Gerrit, Altje, Ida.

2. Qerrit Strycker,| b , at ; d (will dated 1693, probate not dated), at ; m.

Dec. . . , 1673, at to Wyntje Cornelise Boomgaert, b , at ; d 1700,

at

Res. Flatlands, L. I., N. Y. Sheriff of Kings Co., L. I., 1688; Quartermaster Kings Co. Troop of Horse, i6go, Albany

Expedition.
Children: Gezina, Januetje, Jacobus, Gerrit, Geesje, Maria, Catharine, Cornells, Gerretje.

3. Jacobus Strycker,t b (bap. Aug. 27, 1682, at Flatbush, L. I.), at ; d (will dated

Sept. 27, 1748), at Oyster Bay (prob.); m. , at to Martha b , at ;

d , at

Res. Gravesend, and Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. Ensign Gravesend Militia Co., 1713.
Children: Gerrit (Garret), John, Wyntje, Mercy.

4. Garret (Qerrit) Striker, b. May 20, 1726, at ; d. Sept. 17, 1775, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y. City;

m at , to Ann Albertson (dau. of Derick and Rebecca (De Grove) Albertson),

b at ; d. Oct. 10, 1785, at

Res. Oyster Bay, L. I., and New York City.
Child: James.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Societies Colonial Dames, Colonial Wars, Holland Dames, Holland Society, and St. Nicholas
Society. t Descendants eligible to Societies of Colonial Wars and Colonial Dames.



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STKYCKER— Continued.

c. James Striker,* b. Sept. i8, 1755, at "Striker's Bay," N.Y. City; d. Dec. 6, 1831, at "Striker's Bay." N. Y.

City; m. (I) (license granted Sept. 23, 1780), at New York City, to Mary Hopper (dau. of

Johannes and Wyntje (Dyckman) Hoppe), b. or bap. April 2. 1760, at New York City; d. Sept. 20,
1786, at " Striker's Bay," N. Y. City; m. (2) Dec. 26, 1790, at New York City, to Mary (Polly) Horn
(dau. of Johannes and Jacomyntje (Hopper) Horn), b. Nov. 23, 1771, at New York; d. Oct. 6, i860,
at Amsterdam, N. Y.

Res. "Striker's Bay." N. Y. City. Ensign 2nd Regt., " Delancey's Loyalists;" Member Light Horse Troop, 2nd Battalion,



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