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Whiteheed, Daniel, 280,282,283
Whiteside. Eliza Ann, 210

William, 210
Whitfield, 253

Abigail, 92, 94

Henry, Rev., 94

Thomas, 94
Whiting, Anna (Gillett), 258

Gamaliel, Lieut., 258

Mary, 258
Whitlock, Joel, 364

Joseph Hoff, 364
Whitmore, Hannah, 310

Israhiar, 310

John, 310

Joseph, 310

Seth, 310, 311

Thomas, 310
Whitney, Huldah, 193
Whipple, John, Major, 178

Katharine Leighton, 178
Whorter, Mathaw, 10

Mathew, Jr., 10

Samuel. 9
Wickes, family, 206
Wickstead, Letitia, 70
Wiggins, Benjamin, 102

Rachel, 102
Wilcox, family, 304
Wiltord, Cecelie, 293
Willard, Col., 48

Judge, 48

Jamas La Baron, 83

Samuel, Rev., 47
Willet, Capt.,281



Index of Names in Volume XLIII.



447



Willet, Deborah Lawrence, 287,
319

John, 287

Susanna, 312

Thomas, 279
Willett, William. 74

William, Jr., 74
Willey, Lucina, 290
William, John, 243

Lidia, 243
Williams, family, 403

Abigail, 291

Gate, 19

Daniel, 255

Elinor, 254

Edith, I

Eunice, 96

Ezechiel, 163, 225

Frederic, Capt., 126

Greetje, 144

Grietie, 248

George, 10

Hannah, 287, 315

Harriet M., 8

Isaac, 257, 292

Isaac, Capt., 292

Isaiah, 254, 255

Jabez, 292
acobus, 32
James, 144, 248

Jerusha, ( ), 254

John, 10, 19, 248, 257, 292

John, Gen., 8

John Jabez, 292

John J., 303

John Tuthill, 292

Joshua, 292, 303

Lea, 163, 225

Lucy, 258

Lvdia, 248

Lydia (Abel), 255

Margeree, 145

Mary, 184, 320, 348

Mercy (Lee), 257

Nathan, 292

Phillip, 68

Polly, 3S7

Price, 258

Rachel, 150, 152, 164, 226,

234, 240
Robert, 292
Roger, no

Samuel, 27, 32, 33, 145
Sarah, 248

Tamar, 126

William Fenwick, Sir,
104, 107
Williamse, Johannes, 25

John, 25

Rachel, 25

Samuel, 25
Williamson, Alice, 69

Mary, 69

Matilda W., 222

Rachel, 29

Richard, 69

Roger, 69

Samuel, 29

Sarah, 69

Thomas, 69
Willims, Ledeja, 33

Ragel, 33
Willis, family, 6

Elizabeth, 6

Phoebe, 6

Richard, 6
Willet, Col., 73
Wills. Azariah, 331

Elizabeth, 331

Joshua, 330

Millicent,33i

Millicent ,33°

Nancy, 331



Wills, Roxalana,33o
Solomon, 331
Solomon, Col., 330, 331
Wareham, 331

Wilson, family, 103, 304 -
Gen., 205
Anne, 199
Benjn., 9
Isaiah, 119
Isaiah W., 126
Jacob, 146, 153
James Grant, Gen,, 108,
204, 205

John, 321
ohn. Rev., 199
Lavinia Augusta, 321
Mierom, 153
Miriam, 362
Nathan, 10
Patrick, 10
Sarah, 200
Thomas, 146
William, 199, 283
William, Rev., 199
Wiltsie, Martin, 316

Sighches, 316
Winchester, AltaOeirexa, 93,96

Philander, 95
Windfield, Manuel, 155

Maritje, 13
Windle, James, 233

John, 233
Winekoop, David, 365

Jane, 365
Winfield, Phebe, 367
Wing, Rebecca. 337
Wininwagen, Hannah, 365
John, 365
Mary, 365
Winn, family, 103
Winne, Hannah, 236, 238
Winslow, Rebecca, 297
Winsor, Hannah, no

William, 324
Wintemaut, Leendert, 12
Maria, 12
Philip, 12
Wintermoet, Elisabeth, 15
Elizabeth, 159
Greitet, 141
Jeur (Jurry), 141
Jury, Jr., 15
Wintermout Elisabeth. 16
Johannis, 20
Jurian, 20
Jurry, 29
Leendert, 16
Lidia, 29
Mary, 20
Stoffel. 15
Wintfiel, Derik, ig
Elisabeth, 19
Wintfield, Dyrck, 32

Peggy, 32
Winthrop, family, 206
Wintviel, Abram. 21
Derick, 18
Derek, 13
Elisabeth, 13
John, 13
Josua, 13
Maritje, 13
Wire, Robert, 11
Wisner, Henry, 133
Witcraft, John R., 403
Witherbee, Winthrop, 188
Wittiker, John, 21
Richard. 21
Woeltman, Sarah, 246
Woertman, Sarah, 349
Wohlhagen, A. J., 405
Wolley, Elizabeth, 189



Wood, Benjamin, 26

Benjn., 151

Cathrina, 151

Edward, 239, 243

Emanuel, 239

Hannah, 353

Helena, 151

J-, 214

Jonathan, 84

Lany, 243

Lena, 245, 248, 358

Lisa Margariet, 26

Mary, 191

Rachel, 150

Susannah, 248

Tryntje, 145, 150

W. B., Mrs., 203
Woodbridge, Benjamin, Rev.,

Elizabeth, 95
John, Rev., 95
Woodford, Gen., 205

Stewart L., Gen., 205
Stewart Lyndon, Hon.,
109
Woodhall, Isabell, 199
Woodin, Clemuel Ricketts, 97
Mary Louise (Dicker-
man), 96
Woodruff, Abigail, 99
Woods, Hannah, no
John, no
Lydia. no

Woodward. , 329

Amos, 192
Bridget, 194
Daniel, 192
George, 192
J.D.,380
Mary, 192
Mary Nicoll, 192
Parke, 192
Richard, 192
Rose, 192
Sarah, 322 ,
Submit, 200
Thomas, 192
William Amos, 192
Wook (Wood), Lena, 355
Wooley, Elizabeth, i8g
Woolley, Alexander, 376
Ann (Nancy), 216
Deborah Hewlett. 377
Elizabeth, 216
Hannah, 130
Henry, 216. 219
John, 377
Mary, 219

Miriam (Cornell), 216, 219
Peggy. 216
Sally. 216
Samuel, 377
Stocker, 377
Susan, 376
Thomas, 216
Woolsey, Alida Livingston,
378
Melancthon Lloyd, Gen.,

378
Melancthon Taylor, 378
Worcester, Rebecca (Swayne),

96
Worden, family, 304
Alice. 122

Magdalen Sophrona, 295
Wornes, Cristena, 30

Mary, 30
Worthington, Sophia Jane, 267

Wright, , 2U

Mr., 202
Alexander, 90
Alex'r, 10
.Ann Maria, 293
Elizabeth, 197



44B



Index of Names in Volume XLIII.



Wright, Euphemia (Effie), 2C0

Jennie Gibson, qi

Jerusha Ann, 251

Margaret, 211

Samuel, 11

Tobias, 90

Tobias A., 8, 105, 106, 207,
209

Tobias Alexander, 91,
108, 204, 205
Wydelig, Eva, 241

Frederick, 241

George, 241

Hester, 241



Wygant, Caroline, 379

Wynian, , 115, 116, 119,

121, 122, 125, 126

Mr., 120, 122

Benjn., 10

Increase, 10
Wyndfield, Abraham, 150

Joseph, 150
Wynkoop, David, 364

John, 364

Yancey, Bartlett, 106
Yates, Frederick William,
Mrs., 302



Yeomans, , 118

Yoder, family, 404
York, William, 193
Yorke, Dorothy, 95
Youmans, Phebe, 5
Young, Andrew Brinck, 359

George Everet, 360

Peter, 359, 360

Susanna, 227
Youngs, F. E., Mrs., loi, 202
203

Zabriskie, Everett Law, 205
Zug (Zook), family, 404



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page.

Purely genealogical manuscript must be arranged m the proper gene-
alogical order and sequence and numbered as to generations, &c., after the
manner adopted by the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.

Those who have any such manuscripts, and who desire to have the same



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