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Somerset (N. J.) Militia, ."Vmerican Army, Revolutionary War.

Children: ist m.. Ann. Lavinia (Winifred), Garret Hopper; 2nd ra., Maria, James, John Horn, Richard Albertson, Helen,
George Washington, Gabriel Furman, Jemima.

6. Lavlnla (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. City. 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 and Society of Founders and Patriots.



No. 60. COLES ..HOPPER STRIKER MOTT

Cole Arms:

Arms: Argent, a bull passant ^«/(?5', armed or, within a bordure sable bezantee.

Crest: A demi-dragon holding an arrow or, headed and feathered argent.

Motto: Deunt cole regent serva.

1. Robert Coles,* b about 1597-8, near Groton, Norfolk Co., Eng.; d before Oct. 28, 1654,

at Warwick, R. I.; m before 1630, at Eng. (prob.), to Mary Hawxhurst (dau. of

Rev. Samson Hawxhurst, Vicar of Nuneaton, County VVarwick, Eng.), b , at ;

d , 1682, at Oyster Bay, N. Y.

Res. Roxbury, and Ipswich, Mass., Providence, R. I. Came over with Winthrop in 1630. Deputy from Roxbury in 1632; one

of the thirteen incorporators of the Town of Providence, R. I.
Children: John, Daniel, Nathaniel, Robert, Sarah, Ann, Deliverance.

2. Daniel Coles, b , about 1642, at Providence Plantation, R. I.; d. Nov. 19 (or 29), 1692, at Musketa

Cove, N. Y.; m about 1663, at Warwick, R. I., to Maher-shalal-hashbaz Gorton (dau.

of Samuel and Mary (Mayplett) Gorton, of Warwick, R. I.), b about 1642, at Warwick,

R. I.), d , before 1699, at Musketa Cove, L. I.

Res. Came to Oyster Bay. L. I., N. Y., about 1665, and settled on a lot just east of the site of the present Episcopal Church.

Constable of Oyster Bay, 1666-7; 1668 became joint proprietor in the Musketa Cove purchase from the Indians, having

a home lot on the west end of the street running through " The Place " next west of Joseph Carpenter's home lot.
Children: Dinah, Susannah, Sarah, Samuel, Ann, Mary, Benjamin, Joseph, Daniel,

3. Joseph Coles,* b , about 1675, at Musketa Cove, N. Y.; d. May 20. 1767, at Musketa Cove, N. Y.;

m about 1704, at Oyster Bay, N. Y., to Elizabeth Wright (dau. of Caleb and Elizabeth

( ) Wright), b at Oyster Bay, N. Y. (prob.); d after Dec. 12, 1768, at Musketa

Cove, N. Y.

Res. Musketa Grove, N. Y. lu the military service serving under Capt. Samuel Dickinson at Oyster Bay, Queens County,

N. Y., in 1715.
Children: Joseph, Daniel, Caleb, Penelope, Zipporah, Elizabeth.

4. Joseph Coles, b at Musketa (now Glen) Cove, N. Y.; d (buried Aug. 30, 1781), at Musketa

Cove, N. Y.; m. (i) , at to Charity Valentine (dau. of David and Charity (Coles)

Valentine), b at ; d , at ; m. (2) (license granted July 3, 1736), at

Matinecock, N. Y., to Freelove Weeks (dau. of Samuel and Anna^( ) Weeks), b ,

at Musketa Cove, N. Y.; d , 1788, at Musketa Cove, N. Y.

Res. Musketa Cove Creek.

Children: ist m., (?); 2nd m., Stephen, Achsah, Elizabeth, Anne, Zipporah, Sarah, Robert, Jesse.

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



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COLES — Continued.

c Anne Coles, b. Aug. lo, 1747, at Musketa (now Glen) Cove, N. Y.; d. July 14, 1840, at Bloomingdale,
5. Anne ^^les, ^.^/v ^ ^ , ^/4^,^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ Matinecock (Locust Valley), |N. Y., by. Elder Robert Feake

at' his residence,' to Isaac Mott, b. May 6, 1743. at Hempstead Harbor (now Glenwood), L. L,

N. Y.; d. March 28, 1780, at New York City, N. Y.
Res. Hempstead Harbor, N. V.
Children: Samuel, Jordan, Jacob, Jerusha, Isaac.
A Jordan Mott, b. Feb. 6, 1768, at Hempstead Harbor (Roslyn), L. L, N. Y.; d. Jan. 8, 1840, in 72nd year,

at "Mott's Point" N. Y. City; m. (i) , at to Elizabeth Ellison, b at ;

d at .• m. (2) Sept. 24, 1801, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y. City, to Lavinia (Winifred)

Striker (dau. of James and Mary (Hopper) Striker), b. May 27, 1782, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y.

City; d. March 16, 1862, aged 80, at " Mott's Point," N. Y. City.
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; and 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. City. 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.



No. 61. MOTT HOPPER STRIKER MOTT

Mott Arms:

Arms: Sable, a crescent argent.

Crest: An estoile of eight points argent.

Motto: Spectemur agendo.

1 Adam Mott,* b , about 1619, at , Eng.; d about April 5, 1690, at Hempstead, L. L,

N Y.- m. (I) July 28, 1647, at New York City, to Jane Hulet, b at (prob. Buckmg-

ham, Eng.); d at ; m. (2) at to Redman, b. ....... at .... ;

d (she was alive in 1698), at She m. (2) Nov. 5, 1691, at , to Roberts Hubs,

b at ; d , at

Res. Cow (Great) Neck, and Hempstead, L. I. Lieut, of Hempstead Town Militia, Commissioned April 22, 1665, by Gov.

Richard NicoUs as Lieutenant in that organization.
Children (order not vouched for): ist m., Adam. Mary. James, John, Joseph, Gershom, Henry, Grace; 2nd m., Richbill.

Elizabeth, Adam, Miriam, William, Charles.

2 Joseph Mott, b about 1661, at Hempstead, L. L, N. Y.; d (will dated March 24, 1734-5.

proved Feb. ... 1735), at ; m , at to Mary (or Mariam) (perhaps

Smith), b at ; d , at

Res. Cow (Great) Neck, L. I., N. Y. Vestryman in St. George's Parish.
Children (order not vouched for): Joseph, Samuel, Anna. Jane, Jacob, Miriam.
x Jacob Mott.t b. Aug. 7. 1714 (or 1715), at ; d. Oct. 6, 1805, at New York City; m. July 16, 1735, at

Hempstead, L. L, to Abigail Jackson (dau. of Samuel Jackson), b. Nov. 11, 1720, at ; d.

Sept. 28, 1781, at

Res. Cow (Great) Neck, and Oyster Bay, L. I. Capt. Queens County Militia; Cast his vote on Nov. 7. i775, for Deputies to the

Provincial Congress.
Children: He had 13 children of whom Isaac was the 4th. Oaly 7 reached the age of maturity: Isaac, Ruth, Samuel Jackson.

Jacob, Miriam, Richard, Joseph.

4 Isaac Mott,t b. May 6, 1743, at Hempstead Harbor (now Glenwood), L. L, N. Y.; d. March 28, 1780, at
New York City; m. Dec. 29, 1765, at Matinecock (Locust Valley), L. L, N. Y., to Anne Coles
(dau. of Joseph and Freelove (Weeks) Coles, of Musketa Cove Creek, L. L, N. Y.), b, Aug. 10, 1747,
at Musketa (now Glen) Cove, N. Y.; d. July 14, 1840, at Bloomingdale, N. Y. City.

Res. Hempstead Harbor, N. Y. Enlisted 2nd Regt. of the Line forg months on May 5. 1778; Exchanged Jan. 22, and discharged
Feb. 15, 1779-

Children: Samuel. Jordan, Jacob, Jerusha, Isaac.

t Jordan Mott, b. Feb. 6, 1768, at Hempstead Harbor (Roslyn), L. L, N. Y.; d. Jan. 8, 1840, in 72nd year,

at "Mott's Point," N.Y.City; m. (i) at to Elizabeth Ellison, b. . . . . . ., at . . . . . . ;

d .at ; m. (2) Sept. 24, 1801, at "Striker's Bay," N. Y. City, to Lavmia (Wmifred)

Striker (dau. of James and Mary (Hopper) Striker), b. May 27, 1782, at "Striker's Bay, ' N. Y.

City; d. March 16, 1862, aged 80, at " Mott's Point," N. Y. City.
Res. New York City, and Bloomingdale, N. Y. City. Importer. First Treasurer of St. Stephen's Church, New York City;

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

Matavus Hopper.
Note: * Descendants eligible to Society of Colonial Dames. t Descendants eligible to Revolutionary Societies.



IQI2]. Registration of Pedigrees. ''QQ

yiOIT— Continued.

6. 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. City. Merchant and Banker; Captain of Militia; President of St. Nicholas Insurance Co.; Director

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

7. 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.



No. 62. WILSON HORATIO NELSON SPENCER

Wilson Arms:
(Wilson of Penrith, County Cumberland, and Wellborne, County Lincoln, England; granted March 24,
1586, by William Flower, Norroy (or Clarenc') King of Arms, in 19th year of Elizabeth.)

Arms: Per pale, argent ■a.n^ azure, three lions' gambs erased, fesseways, in pale, countercharged.
Crest: A lion's head argent, guttde de sang.

1. William Wilson, b about 1490, at Penrith, County Cumberland, Eng.; d , at ;

m , at , to , b , at ; d , at

Res. Penrith, County Cumberland, Eng.
Child: William.

2. William Wilson, Gent., b about 1515, at Penrith, County Cumberland, Eng.; d. Aug. 27, 1587, at

Windsor Castle, County Berks, Eng., and was buried there in St. George's Chapel, gravestone;
m , at , to b at ; d at

Res. Wellborne, Lincoln County, Eng., and Windsor Castle, County Berks, Eng. He acquired considerabls estate and on
March 24, 1586. had confirmation of arms and grant of crest by William Flower, Norroy (or Clarenc') King of Arms, in
the igth year of Queen Elizabeth.

Children: William, Alexander: Mary.

3. Rev. William Wilson, D. D., b about 1542, at ; d. May 15, 1615, in the 73rd year of his

age, at Windsor Castle, County Berks, Eng., and was buried there in St. George's Chapel, grave-
stone; his will was dated Aug. 23, 1613, and was proved May 27, 1615; m. (i) , about 157JC

at Walden, Eng., to Isabell Woodhall (dau. of John and Elizabeth (Grindall) VVoodhall, of
Walden, Essex County, Eng., and niece of Archbishop Edmund Grindall, of Canterbury),

b at ; d , at Rochester, County Kent, Eng. (prob.), and was buried there in

Rochester Cathedral ; m. (2) , at to Anne , b at ; d , at

Rochester, County Kent, Eng., and was buried there in Rochester Cathedral.

Res. Windsor Castle, County Berks, Eng. Merton College, Oxford, B. A., 1564; M. A., 1570; D. D., 1607. He was Predunduary
of St. Paul's and Rochester Cathedral and held Rectory of Cliffe in County of Kent. Eng. In 1584 he became Canon
of Windsor, he being at that time Chaplain to Edmund (Grindall), Archbishop of Canterbury.

Children (prob. by 1st m.): Mary, a son, Elizabeth, Isabell, Edmund, a daughter, William, John, Thomas, Margaret, a son,
a daughter; 2nd m., probably none.

4. Rev. John Wilson, b. Dec. . ., 1588, at Windsor, County Berks, Eng.; d. Aug. 7, 1677, at Boston, Mass.;

m about 1617. at to Elizabeth Mansfield (dau. of Sir John Mansfield, Master of

the Minaries and Queen's Surveyor in time of Queen Elizabeth), b at ; d

1658, at Boston, Mass.

Res. Graduated Christ College, Cambridge, Eng., B. A., 1606; M. A., 1609. Held various church offices in England (see Mather's
Magnalia, p. 302 and following). Came over to this country in 1630. First pastor of the First Church in Boston.
Chaplain of Expedition against Pequot Indians. Received a grant of 1,000 acres from General Court of Massa-
chusetts, June 6, 1639.

Children: Edmund, John, Elizabeth, Mary.

5. Rev. John Wilson, b. Sept. .., 1621, at London, Eng.; d. Aug. 23, 1691, at Medfield, Mass.; m

about 1648, at Hartford, Conn., to Sarah Hooker (dau. of Rev. Thomas and his 2nd wife

Susannah ( ) Hooker, of Hartford, Conn.), b , 1629-30, at Little Baddow, Essex

County, Eng.; d. Aug. 20, 1725, at Braintree, Mass.

Res. Dorchester, and Medfield, Mass. Graduated in the first class of Harvard College, 1642. Minister, physician and

schoolmaster.
Children: John, Sarah, Thomas, Elizabeth, Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Susanna.

6. Dr. John Wilson, b. June 18, 1660, at Medfield, Mass.; d. Dec. .., 1728, at Braintree, Mass.; m. July 4,

1683, at to Sarah Newton, b at Milford, Conn.; d. Aug. 20, 1725, at Braintree,

Mass.

Res. New Haven, Conn., Medfield, and Braintree, Mass. Rep. to G. C. Massachusetts, 1698 from Braintree, Mass. Com-
missioned Captain, i6g8; Justice of the Peace, 1700.
Children: Sarah, John, Elizabeth, Roger, Edmund, Alice, Mary.



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