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He was appointed an executor of the will of Jonathan Balding
of Hempstead, dated .the 19th of November, i757;§ \ikewise of
the will of Lucas Goovert of Hempstead, dated the loth of May,

'^^In 1776, he was ordered to remove his cattle to a place in the
country out of reach of the British.^

CONVEYANCES OF LAND IN HEMPSTEAD:

20th May, 1746, Richard Ellison, Jr., of Hempstead, tailor,
to Thomas Tredwell, 66 acres and in square rods; also 33 acres
and 127 square rods; both in the South woods.** A road to the

* Records St. George's Church, Hempstead, N. Y.; The N. Y. Gen. and

^"5- for;t;tefin'u'e location see Liber A of Mortgages p. 135, i" fe of ^e
of Coun°y Clerk of Queens County, N. Y.; also Hempstead Town Records

"-""''tThlfnlaTof^^^^^^^^ 1643 to 1832, 6.C., by Henry Onderdonk, Jr..

^ '' %^JVew York Historical Society Collections, 1896, p. 304-

{ Paperfof^L?.'col. John Sands in Library of L. L (N. YO Hist. Soc.
** Hempstead Town Records (printed), vol. ni, pp. 468-470.



82 Descendants of Edward Tre{a)d'well through his S07t John. [Jan.,

northermost part of the foregoinof - :acts was laid out the 30th of
October, 1748.*

. 8th May, 1752, John Carmen 01 Hempstead to Thomas Tred-
well, 60 acres on Hicks' Neck. )

15th December, 1752, Calob Southard of Hempstead to Thomas
Tredwell, ^3 part of 12 acres.J

30th June, 1759, Thomas Tredwell and wife, Phebe (signed by
mark), to Silvanus Smith and Timothy Smith, both of Hempstead,
10 acres on Hicks' Neck; also 12 acres on same neck.§

i6th September, 1756, John Carmon to Thomas Tredwell,
bond, right of way through meadow lot on Hicks' Neck, lately
conveyed by said Tredwell to said Carmon. I This right of way
was assigned on the 28th of April, 1760, to the said Silvanus and
Timothy Smith. ||

12th September, 1761, John Carmon of Hempstead to Dr.
Charles Peters and Thomas Tredwell, /s part of 20 acres on
Hicks' Neck.l

30th April, 1765, Thomas Tredwell to his "son," John Tred-
well, several parcels of land (particularly described) on Hicks'
Neck, south side of Hempstead.**

2nd June, 1774, Thomas Tredwell to his "son," Benjamin
Tredwell, >4 interest in several parcels of land (particularly de-
scribed), including the i acre "where the House Now Stands
where the Said Thomas Tredwell now lives," and excepting the
5 acres "Lately Sold for the use of my son John Tredwells
Estate," together with the west end of Thomas Tredwell's dwell-
ing wherein the said Benjamin Tredwell "now lives," Thomas
Tredwell reserving the east room for himself.ff

14th February, 1777, Thomas Tredwell to "my son Benjamin
Tredwell," the " Pattent Right of my great grand Father John
Tredwell of Hempstead Deceased " in the common lands, etc.,
not already allotted.JJ

WILL.

Thomas' Tredwell left a will dated the 28th of June, 1779,
which was probated the 25th of July, 1781, and recorded in Liber
34 of Wills, page 253, in the office of the Surrogate of the county
of New York, where the original document is still on file. It
mentions testator's wife Phebe, to whom he bequeathed, among
other things, his silver plate; his grandson John Tredwell, son of
his son Benjamin, to whom was left, among other things, his
silver tankard; his grandsons, Tredwell Jackson and Samuel
Jackson; his granddaughter Charity Tredwell, daughter of his
son John, and not 18 years of age; his son Benjamin Tredwell,
who, with testator's brother-in-law, Benjamin Smith, and friend,
Isaac Denton, all of Hempstead, was appointed an executor.

* Hempstead Town Records (printed), vol. iii, p. 340.
t lb., vol. iv, pp. 162-165. \ lb., vol. iv, pp. 386-387.

X lb., pp. 160-161. ** lb., vol. v, pp. 16-18.

§ lb., pp. 327-330. tt ^b., vol, V, pp. 427-431-

II lb., pp. 330-332. XX lb., vol. V, pp. 492-493.






1912.] Desceftdants of Edwixid Tre(a)diveU through his son Johft. 83

Tredwitl Children:
The following order may be in- orrect:

30 i. Charity.'

31 ii. John.'

32 iii. Benjamin.'

Authorities and Further References;

Hempstead Toian Records (printed), vol. iii, pp. 474 475; vol. iv, pp. 45-46,
97, 168-169, 203, 2x8, 240, 249, 252, 274, 300, 340, 369, 446, 470; vol. V, p. 486;
vol. VI, pp. 9, 25, 35.

New York Historical Society Collectio7is, 1901, pp. 113-114 (will of Thomas
Tredwell.)

Liber A of Mortgages, pp. 13 and 136, office of County Clerk of Queens
County, N. Y. j ^i

15. Samuel' Tredwell (John,* Thomas,' John,' Edward'), bap-
tized in Hempstead, New York, 7th June, 1739, died 20th Decem-
ber, 1803, aged 76 years and 9 months, buried in St. Paul's
churchyard, south of the church, town of Eastchester, Westchester
county, New York; married, by license, in Hempstead, 20th
January, 1750/1, Hannah Sands of Hempstead,* born Cow Neck,
present town of North Hempstead, New York, i8th December,
i73i,t living 5th February, 1800 (date of husband's will), may be
182 1, probably buried near or in same grave with husband,
daughter of Edward Sands of Sands' Point, North Hempstead. f
Until, at least, March, 1749, J Samuel' Tredwell resided in town
of Hempstead, in 1748, the part called Cow Neck;J before June,
1 75 1, moved to northern part of town of Eastchester, dwelling on
east side of White Plains road, near junction of road to New
Rochelle. He was a carpenter, 1 748-1 749; J in Eastchester, an
overseer of roads, 1756 and i766;§ viewer of damages, 1757-1759,
when also of fences;§ assessor, 1760 and i765.§ On the county
records he is described as "yeoman."

During the Revolution his dwelling became the headquarters
of Lord Howe when the British army lay encamped in the
vicinity. II In 1836 the homestead was owned by Capt. Joseph
Skinner who had married one of Samuel' Tredwell's grand-
daughters.

In 1790 the family of Samuel' Tredwell consisted of 3 males
over and 2 males under 16 years of age, 7 white females, and i
free person. 1^

records in the office of the register of deeds for
westchester county, new york.
27th May, 1774, Samuel Tredwell and wife, Hannah, to
Thomas Barker, loi acres at Long Retch in Eastchester, on road

* Records St. Georges Church, Hempstead, N. V. ; The N. Y. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. xii, p. 142.

t Manuscript records of Mr. James Le Baron Willard.

X Receipts in settlement of his father's estate.

§ Records of Town of Eastchester, N. Y.

II History of Westchester Coutity, N. Y, by Rev, Robert Bolton, vol. i,
p. 257, edition 1881.

T[ U. S. Census for 1790 (printed).



84 Descendants of Edward Tre(a)d'well through his son John. [Jan.,

from White Plains to New York, and bounded on the Bronx
River.— Liber H of Deeds, page 5 7.3.

27th May, 1774, Samuel Tredvvell and wife, Hannah, "of Long
Retch, so called in Eastchester," to John Barker, land at Long
Retch, at the school house on road from White Plains to New
York. — Liber L of Deeds, page 12.

30th May, 1 75 1, John "Burling to Samuel Tredwell of East-
chester, land in Eastchester on Hutchinson's River. — Liber G of
Deeds, page 518.

Mortgage, dated 4th July, 1771, Samuel Tredwell and wife,
Hannah, to Stephen Ward, 140 acre farm on Hutchinson's River,
Eastchester, whereon said Tredwell then lived.— Liber B of
Mortgages, page 221, This mortgage was later discharged.

WILL.

Samuel' Tredwell left a will dated the 5th of February, 1800,
which was probated the 5th of January, 1804, and recorded in
Liber F of Wills, page 22, in the office of the Surrogate of the
county of Westchester, New York. It recites testator being "in
a middling state of health," and mentions his wife Hannah, to
whom was left the use of the homestead and 4 acres for life; his
son John, to whom was devised his storehouse, mill, and all real
estate; his two daughters, Mary Townsend and Phebe Morgan;
his grandson, not yet 21, son of his son Edward. His son John
Tredwell, John Bennett of Scarsdale, and Jonathan Wood of
Eastchester, were named the executors. Letters testamentary
were issued to his said son John Tredwell on the loth of March,
1804.

The inscription on SamueP Tredwell's headstone is as follows:

"Sacred | to the memory of | Samuel Tredwell | of East
Chesterformerly of Hempstead | Long Island | who departed this
life 20^*^ December ] 1804* Aged 76 years and 9 months."
Tredwell Children:

The following order may be incorrect:

33 i. Edward.'

34 ii. Mary.°

35 iii. Phebe. ^

36 iv. John.'

16. Peggy" Tredwell (Benjamin,* Thomas,' John,' Edward'),
born 31st July, 1728, baptized 13th October, 1728,! died 7th
October, 1813, buried in old Tredwell plot on Great Neck, Long
Island; married by license in Hempstead, New York, 20th April,
1746, t Daniel Kissam of Hempstead,§ born 13th October, 1726, §

* Evidently a mistake for 1803. SamueP Tredwell's will was probated
fanuary, 1804. The g^ravestone was probably erected years after the interment.

t Records St. Georges Church, Hempstead, L. I.; The N. V. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. ix, p. 184.

:j: lb., vol. xii, p. 82.

§ See The Kissam Family in America from 1644 to 182^, by Edward
Kissam, 1892, p. 18, et seq. Also The Jones Family of Long Island, by John
H. Jones, 1907, p. 253.



1912.J Descendants of Edward Tre(a)dw ell through his son John. 85

baptized 4th February, 1728,* died 4th August, 1782, buried next
north of wife, son of Daniel and Ann (Mott) Kissam.f In his
father's will, Daniel Kissam is mentioned as "Joseph," but, after
his father's death, he bore the former name, Daniel, as christened.
He resided at Manhasset, in the present town of North Hemp-
stead, New York. He was a vestryman of St. George's Church,
Hempstead, 175 2-1 754; justice of the peace under the crown;
member of Assembly, 1764-1775; county treasurer, 1759-1782.

On account of his loyalty during the Revolution, his home-
stead, consisting of 330 acres, was confiscated and sold at auction,
his widow bidding it in for ^2,000 sterling.

Both Daniel Kissam and his widow left a will. His testa-
ment, dated the 17th of October, 1781, was probated the 28th (13th?)
of September, 1782, and recorded in Liber 35 of Wills, page 109,
in the office of the Surrogate of the county of New York.;}; Her
will was probated the nth of October, 1813, and recorded in
Liber C of Wills, page 292, in the office of the Surrogate of the
county of Queens, New York.

The following inscriptions are on the headstones marking
their graves:

"In j memory of | Daniel Kissam | who was born October
13*'* I 1726 I and departed this Life | August 4*'' 1782 | in the
56''*' year of his Age."

"In I memory of | Peggy Kissam | wife of Daniel Kissam j
who died Oct' 7"' 1813 | aged 85 years | 2 months | «& 7 days."

Kissam Children:
i. Tredwell," buried in old Tredwell plot. Great Neck,
L. I. Inscription: "In | memory of Tredwell Kis-
sam I son of I Daniel & Peggy Kissam | who de-
parted this life I April 19*'' 1747 | aged 4 Days."
ii. John," b. loth Oct., 1748; mar. Hempstead, i8th March,
1782, Phebe Allen, b. 1755, ^- 27th May, 1823. Major,
farmer. Residence, Flower Hill, Hempstead, L. I.
I child,
iii. Phebe,* b. 1750; mar. ist April, 1767, Richard Jackson, §

b. 1740, d. 1826. 9 children,
iv. Daniel," buried in old Tredwell plot. Great Neck. In-
scription: "In I memory of | Daniel Kissam | son of
Daniel & Peggy Kissam | who departed this life |
Sept. i^* 1756 I aged 4 years & 19 days,
v. Anne,° b. 1755; mar. 29th Nov., 1773, David Allen,
vi. Sarah,* b. 1757; mar. 30th Sept., 1777, Elijah Allen,
vii. Daniel,* b. 21st Aug., 1759; mar. 15th Dec, 1785, Phebe
Platt,|| b. 1768, d. 19th Dec, 1855. 6 children.

* Records of St. George's Church, Hempstead, L. I. ; The N. Y. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. ix, p. 184.

t See The Kissam Favtily in America from 1644. to 182^, by Edward
Kissam, 1892, p. 18, et seq. Also The Jones Family of Long Island, by John
H. Jones, 1907, p. 252.

X New York Historical Society Collections, igoi, pp. 293-294.

§ See The Jones Family of Long Island, by John H. Jones, 1907, p. 358,

I See The Plait Lineage, by G. L. Piatt, 1891, p. 49.



86 Descendants of Edward Tre{a)dwell through his son John. [Jan.,

viii. Elizabeth/ b. 1761; mar. \p\\i. Aug., 1786, Thomas C.
Thorne.

ix. Benjamin Tredwell,° b. 8th March, 1764, bapt. i6th
June, 1764, d. 2nd March, 1847, buried Christ's church-
yard, Manhasset, L. I.; mar, 3rd April, 1793, Mary
Piatt,* b. 1771, d. 17th Feb., 1846. Res., Flushing,
N. Y. I child.
X. Richard,' buried in old Tredwell plot, Great Neck.
Inscription: "In | memory of | Richard Kissam | son
of I Daniel & Peggy Kissam | who departed this life |
June 26''^ 1774 I Aged 8 years & 20 Days."

xi. Samuel," buried in old Tredwell plot. Great Neck.
Inscription: " In | memory of | Samuel Kissam | son
of I Daniel & Peggy Kissam | who departed this
life I Feb. 7^*^ 1770 | Aged 11 months & 15 Days."
xii, Peggy,' buried in old Tredwell plot. Great Neck. In-
scription: "In I memory of | Peggy Kissam | daugh-
ter of I Daniel & Peggy Kissam | who departed this
life I July 5"' 1772 I aged i year & i day."

17. Phebe't Tredwell (Benjamin,* Thomas,' John,' Edward"),
born 12th July, 1730, baptized in Hempstead, New York, 23rd
August, 1730,1 died 19th December, r8oi,§ buried on Cow Neck,
town of North Hempstead, New York, 20th December, i8oi;|
married by license in Hempstead, 20th May, 1750,^^ Hendrick
Onderdonk of Hempstead,** born Jamaica, Long Island, nth
December, i724,§ died North Hempstead, 31st March, 1809,^
buried on Cow Neck, 2nd April, 1809,1 son of Andries and Ger-
trude (Lott) Onderdonk.§ Hendrick Onderdonk kept a store and
grist mill at Roslyn, North Hempstead, Long Island, where he
resided. He left a will which was recorded in Liber C of Wills,
page 80, in the office of the Surrogate of the county of Queens,
New York.

Onderdonk Children:
The "first ten children were baptized in the Reformed Church
at Oyster Bay, Long Island, but, about 1763," the family "began
to attend St. George's Church in Hempstead, occasionally, where
last two children were baptized."

i. Benjamin," b. 13th April, 1751, d. at St. Eustatia, W. I.,
17th Nov., 1771.

* See The Piatt Lmeage, by G. L. PlaU, 1891, p. 49.

t Dutch, Femmetie.

X Records St. George's Church, Hempstead, N. Y.; The N. Y. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. ix, p. 185.

§ Onderdonk Family in America, by Elmer Onderdonk, 1910, pp. 31-38,
et seq.

II A Documentary History of the Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay,
Queens County, Long Island, by Henry A. Stoutenburgh, 1902, pp. 430-431.

\ Ancient Floyd-Jones Bible owned by Thomas Floyd-Jones of Nutley, N. J.
** Records St. George s Church, Hempstead, N. Y.; The N. Y. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. xii, p. 141.



I9I2,J Descendants of Edward Tre{a)dwell through his son John. 87

ii. Gertrude,' b. Success, North Hempstead, nth Feb.,
1753 d. 8th Oct., 1786; mar. Hempstead, 14th Aug.,
1774, Lambert Moore,* b. 14th Nov., 1727, d. Brook-
lyn, N. Y., i8th Jan., 1805. 2 children,
iii. Phebe,' b. 2nd Aug., 1754, d. 2nd July, 1758.
iv. Andrew," b. 6th May, 1756, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., 24th
Sept., 1797; mar. Hempstead, 22nd Jan., 1787, Mary
Magdalene Moore of Flushing, N. Y., b. 1762, d. 30th
Oct., 1836. Both buried on Cow Neck, North Hemp-
stead, L. i. 2 children.
V Sarah,' b. 26th March, 1758, d. 29th Feb., 1844; mar.
20th (i8th?) Sept., 1785, David Richard Floyd, b. 14th
Nov., 1764, d. loth Feb., 1826. 5 children,
vi. Phebe,' bapt. Success, 8th March, 1759, d. unm.
vii Hendrick,' b. ist Feb., 1760; d. 29th March, 1800,
buried 31st March, on Cow Neck, L. I.; mar. 27th
Feb., 1795, Sarah Van Kleek. Res., Hempstead
Harbor, No. Hempstead, L. I. i child,
viii. Maria,' b. Success, 26th Nov., 1761, d. ist Feb., 1841.
ix John,' b. Success, 22nd Aug., 1763, d. 23rd Aug, 1832;
mar. (i) 14th March, 1784, Elizabeth Fargie, b 12th
Nov 1766, d. nth June, 1786, bur. Cow Neck, L. I.;
(2) 13th March, 1788, Deborah Ustick, b. 23rd Feb.,
1768, d. 28th April. 1837. M.D. Res., N. Y. City.
8 children.
X. Phebe,' b. 2nd June, 1765, d. 2nd Oct., 1780.
xi William,' b. Success, 12th Jan., 1767, d. unm.. River-
head, L. 1., 25th March, 1855.
xii. Samuel,' b. 31st Aug., 177°, d. 7th Oct., 1780.
xiii. Benjamin,' b. 25th Jan., 1776, d. 15th April, 1834, bur.
Seaford.
18 Tohn^ Tredwell (Benjamin,* Thomas,' John,' Edward'),
born ^rd August, 1732, baptized loth September, 1732,! died
xnh December, i'779 buried in third row from west side of the
old Tredwell plot on Great Neck, Long Island; married by
Hcense in Hempstead, New York, 4th December J (marriage
bond dated 27th November,!) i755, Peggy Cornell of Hempstead,
died i2th October, 1781, aged 45 years, 4 months and / days
buried next south of husband, daughter of Thomas and Sarah
(Doughty) Cornell of Queens county. Long Island J John 1 reo-
well was a farmer, and resided on Great Neck, New York. He

* Records St. Georges Church, Hempstead, N. K; The N. V. Gen. and
Biog. Record, vol. xiv, p. 71.

t lb., vol. ix, p. 186.

X lb., vol. xii, p. 144-

8 New York Marriage Liceftses Previous to 1-784, printed i860, p. 397-

II See Genealogy of the Cornell Family, by Rev. John Cornell, 1902
p. 166.



88 Descendants of Edward Tre{a)dwell through his son John. [Jan.,

was chosen an overseer of highways in Hempstead for years
1773 and 1774.

On the 8th of December, 1747, he entered the following ear-
mark on the Hempstead records, "a Latch the fore Side of the
off Eare."

His marriage bond was signed by Benjamin Tredwell of
Queens county, farmer, and by Benjamin Kissam, Esq., and it
recites that the license was obtained by John Tredwell of Queens
county, farmer, and Peggy Cornell, of same place, spinster.

The father of Peggy (Cornell) Tredwell mentions her only
by first name in his will dated the 24th of December, 1763,
which was probated the 9th of April, i-;64, and recorded in
Liber 24 of Wills, page 376, in the office of the Surrogate of
the county of New York. In her will dated the 15th of May,
1765, probated the i6th of May, 1769, and recorded in Liber
27 of Wills, page 46, in said Surrogate's office. Sarah Cornell of
Hempstead speaks of her granddaughters, Phebe and Sarah
Tredwell, the children of her daughter Peggy Tredwell.

John' Tredwell left a will dated the ist of December, 1779,
which was probated the 4th of February, 1780, and recorded in
Liber 34 of Wills, page 76, in said Surrogate's office. It mentions
testator's wife Margaret, and his children named hereafter,
the sons, Thomas and John, receiving the homestead farm on
Great Neck. The executors designated were testator's brother
Benjamin Tredwell, his brother-in-law William Thorne, and his
wife.

The inscriptions on the head-stones marking the graves of
John* Tredwell and wife are as follows:

" In I memory of | John Tredwell | who departed this life |
Dec. 11^'' 1779 1 Aged 47 years 4 m° & 8 D^"

" In I memory of | Peggy | wife of John Tredwell | who de-
parted this life I October 12*^ 1781 | Aged 45 years 4 mo* & 6
Days."

Tredwell Children:

The following order may be incorrect. The youngest child
was still under 21 years of age on the ist of November, 1779.

Phebe."

Thomas."

Benjamin.'

Sarah."

John."

Elizabeth.'

Richard."

Authorities and Further References:
Hempstead Town Records (printed), vol. iv, p. 41 1 ; vol. v, pp. 346 and 380.
New York Historical Society Collections, 1897, pp. 313-314 (will of Thomas
Cornell); 1898, p. 260 (will of Sarah Cornell); 1901, pp. 27-28 (will of John'^
Tredwell).

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19 1 2.] Registration of Pedigrees. 89

(Continued from Vol. XLII., p. 446 of the Record).
No. Z%. PLYMPTON GILBERT MOTIER PLYMPTON

1. Robert Plympton, b , at ; d .at ; m , at , to Jane Bent, b ,

at ; d at

Res

Children: Robert, Thomas, William, Jane, Elizabeth.

2. Thomas Plympton,* b , 1620-24, in England; d. April 17, 1676, in Battle of Boon's Plains, Mass.;

m , about 1652, at Sudbury, Mass., to Abigail Noyes, b , in England; d

at

Res. Sudbury, Mass.

Children: .Abigail, Jane, Mary, Elizabeth, Thomas, Dorothy, Peter. Hannah.

3. Peter Plympton, b. Jan. 4, 1666-7, at Sudbury, Mass.; d. Aug. 14, i743. at Sudbury, Mass.; m. Nov. 8,

1720, at Sudbury, Mass., to Abigail Tompson, b , 1688, at ; d. June . ., 1772, prob. at

Sudbury, Mass.
Res. Sudbury, Mass.
Children: .Abigail, Thomas.

4. Thomas Plympton.f b. April 17, 1723, at Sudbury, Mass.; d 1789, at ; m. Jan. 17, 1744-5.

at Charlestown, Mass., to Ruth Thompson, b. July 23, 1723, at ; d. Aug. 15, 1760, at

Res. Sudbury, Mass. Was a private, Capt. .'\aron Haynes' Co. Militia. Lexington .Marm. April 19, 1775-
Children: Ruth, Mary, Hannah, Abigail, Ebenezer.

5. Ebenezer Plympton,! b. July 4, 1756, at Sudbury, Mass.; d. Dec. 9, 1834, at Sudbury, Mass.; m. (l)

Jan 31 1782 at Sudbury, Mass., to Susanna Ruggles, b. Feb. 8, 1764, at Roxbury, Mass.; d.

Nov. 3, 1807, at Sudbury, Mass.; m. (2) at to Martha Ewers, b. April 28. 179'.

at ; d at

Res. Sudbury, Mass. Private Capt. Aaron Haynes' Co. Militia. Lexington Alarm, April 19, 1775; also in Capt. Asahel

Wheeler's Co., 1777.
Children: ist m., Thomas Ruggles, Susanna, Nancy, Joseph, Mary. Rebekah, William, Henry, Nathaniel, Ralph; 2nd m.

John Bradlee.
6 Col. Joseph Plympton,^ b, Feb. 24, 1787, at Sudburv, Mass.; d. June 5, i860, at Staten Island, N, Y.;

m. March 15, 1824, at New York City, to Eliza Matilda Livingston, b. Feb. 14, 1801, at New York

City; d. June 20, 1873, at Watertown, N. Y,
Res. Sudbury, etc. First-Lieutenant, 4th Regt. U. S. Infantry, War of 1812. Captain in Black Hawk War, Brevet-Major

Florida War, Lt.-Col. and Col. Mexican War.
Children: Emily Maria, Gilbert Motier, Louisa Edmonia, Joseph Ruggles, Peter W. L., Cornelia De Peyster.

7. Gilbert Motier Plympton, b. Jan. 15, 1835, at Bedloe's Island, New York City; d , at . . . . ; m.

March 3, 1863, at New York City, to Mary S. (Stevens) Cowles, b at ; d ,

at

Res. New York City.

Children: Gilbert Livingston, Mary Livingston.

Note: * Descendants eligible to Societies of Colonial Wars, and to Founders and Patriots. t Descendants eligible to

Revolutionary Societies. X Descendants eligible to Society of War of 1812; Society of Foreign Wars.



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n Pedigree No. 37 (Livington-Gilbert Motier Plympton), generation No. 7, {he Sth child of Captain Joseph and Eliza
Matilda (Livingston) Plympton should read Peter W. L., and not Robert VV. L.



No. 39. FAUCONNIER william henry falconer

I. Pierre Fauconnier, b , at ; d at ; m , at to Judith ,

b at ; d , at

Res. Isle de France and London.
Child: Jean.

2 Jean Fauconiere, b (bapt. March 23, 1600, at London, Eng.); d ., at ; m ,

at , to Demoiselle Madeline de La Touche, b at ; d , at

Res. London, Martinique and Angouleme, France. A merchant trading with Martinique, St. Christopher and St. Domingo.
Children: Pierre, and others (names not known).

3. Pierre Fauconnier, b , at ; d , at ; m , at to Anne de la

Forcade, b , at ; d at

Res. Angouleme, France. A merchant trading with Martinique, St. Christopher and St. Domingo.
Children: Pierre, and others (names unknown).

4. Pierre Fauconnier, b 1658, at Tours. France; d ^749. at Hackensack N. J.; m. ApriU6,

1684, at Tours, France, to Magdalena Pasqueray (Madeleine Pasquereau), b looo,

Res. Privatl SecleVa^y to LoVdCor^nbu^^.'i^^a; Surveyor of the Port of New York 170J: Receiver G^ Provinces N. Y. and

N. J., 1704-1706. He was also Lieutenant on the Continent under the Duke ot MariDorougn.
Children: Susa'nne, Madeleine. Pierre. Estienne, Anne Madeleine, Theodore, Jeanne, Andrew.

5. Peter (Pierre) Falconier, baj)t. June 24, i686' jn ^London, Eng.; d._..^...^^at^^^^^^^ ^.^:^.^y

Church] N. Y., to Phebe Purdy, b at ; d at

Res. Rye, Westchester Co., N. Y. One of the first Patentees of North Castle.
Children: ist m., William; 2nd m., John.
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6. John Falconer, b. Dec. i8, 1747, at ; d. June 24, 1831, at White Plains, N. Y.; m. (r) Nov. 9, 1771,

at Rye, N. Y., to Elizabeth Purdy, b. May 31, 1749, at ; d. Dec. 22, 1798, at White Plains,

N. Y.; m. (2) at ....... to Peninah Sands, b at ; d , at

Res. White Plains, Westchester Co., N. Y., and East Chester. Ensign, 1775; Captain later in the war; Warden, Grace Church,

Rye.
Children: ist m., David, Jonathan, Roger, Anne, Josiah, William, Elizabeth, Cathrine; 2nd m., none.

7. Roger Falconer, b. Aug. 20, 1777, in Westchester Co., N. Y.; d. Dec. 6, 1850, at White Plains, N. Y.,

m , at to Phoebe Fisher, b 1775, at ; d. June 23, 1827, at

Res. Keyport, N. J.

Children: Cynthia, Betsy Ann, Delilah, Gilbert F., Edwin, David, Eliza, Samuel, Jeremiah F., Margaret, Eveline, Mary.



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