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first emissary from America to England in 1625. Myles Stand-
ish was called the "bulwark of the Pilgrims." The line of descent
from so distinguished an ancestor cannot fail to be of interest. The
pedigree of our fellow member Myles Standish is therefore given
as contributed by Mrs. Clarence L. Westcott.

Myles' Standish of New Bedford was the son of John- (See
Standishes of America) who was the son of Levi^ {Standish Gen-
ealogy) who was the son of Shadrach* Standish and Mary Church-
ill, who were married in 177 1.*

Shadrach* Standish was born in Plympton, Mass., May 12th,
1745, and died in New Bedford, in Nov., 1837, ^nd was the son of
Ebenezer' Standish and Averick Churchill, who were married in
Plympton in 1739.!

Ebenezer^ Standish was born in Plympton, Oct. i6th, 1721, and
died in Plympton, Nov. 28th, 1747, and was the son of Zachariah"
Standish and Abigail Whitman, who were married in Plympton,
Oct. 13th, 1720.$

* Standish Genealogy; Churchill Family in America.

f Churchill Family in America, p. i6; The Standishes of America, p. 27;
History of Bristol Co., p. 128.
t Standish Genealogy, p. 27.



282 .!/)■/« Standish. [July

Zachariah^ Standish was born in Plynipton, Oct. 12th. 1698, and
died in PhTiipton on March 30th. 1770, and was the son of
Ebenezer Standish and Hannah Sturtevant.*

Ebenezer" Standish was born in Duxburj-, Mass., in 1672, and
died in Plympton, March 19th. 1755, and was the son of Alexander*
Standish and Sarah .\lden.f

Alexander* Standish was bom in Duxbur)-. and died in Duxbury
in 1702, and was the son of Myles' Standish and Barbara, his
second wife, who came from England in the ship ^««r in 1623. J

Myles^ Standish was boni in Lancashire, England, in 1584 and
was, as his wall asserts, a great grandson of the House of Standish
of Standish. §

"From a Commission appointing Standish to a Lieutenancy in
her Majesty's (Queen Elizabeth's) forces on the continent, the date
of his birth was found to be 1584.II

"Mvles Standish was the first commissioned Military Officer of
New E'ngland."1|

"The Pilgrims, at the outset, made him Captain-in-chief and that
post he held till his death."**

He led the first exploring expedition from the Mayflower, Nov.
14th, 1620.TJ He was militar>' leader and Treasurer of Plymouth
Colon}', and emissary to England in 1625. JJ "In 1654, he was ap-
pointed Commander-in-chief of troops sent (from Plymouth Col-
ony) to subdue the Dutch of Manhattan. "§§

"For a long period as Military' Commander, he had far more
power than ever was given to the Governor. As Captain and Magis-
trate, as Engineer and Explorer, as Interpreter and Merchant, as a
tender nurse in pestilence, a physician at all times and as the Cincin-
natus of his Colony, he showed a wonderful versatility of talent
and the highest nobility of character. It is quite evident that the
legal proof of his birth and descent has been destroyed to secure
a fraudulent transfer of his inheritance." || ||

From a letter received from Mrs. Clarence L. Westcott:
"Alexander Standish, the oldest son of Myles Standish, married

Sarah, the daughter of Priscilla Alden, whose own reputed romance,

as described by Longfellow, and so often quoted, has no historic

foundation and should not be perpetuated.

I have visited in Lancashire, both Standish and Du.xbury Hall,

where the present owners have shown me much of historic family

* Standish Genealogy, pp. 12-14-18.

f Standish Genealogy, p. 7; MitchelTs Hist, of Bridgewater.

X Standish Genealogy, p. 7.

§ Bradford-Bartlett, Goodwin, p. 451.

jj IVinsor's History of Duxbury.

^ Goodwin's Pilgrim Republic, p. 446.
** Goodwin's Pilgrim Republic, p. 446.
tt Bradford's Journal, p. 98.
tt Bradford, p. 245.

^ Printed funeral sermon on death of Shadrach Standish. Nov., 1837.
;,ij Goodwin's Pilgrim Republic, pp. 449-452-454.




I



5TANDI5H HALL. LANCASHIRL. LNGLAND



1916.] Revolutionary War Records. 283

interest. Sir Henry Stanclish, the present proprietor of Standish
Hall, married a daughter of the Due de Cars, and now resides
permanently in Paris. Duxbury Park has jjassed out of the family,
but in P2ngland, its title is not considered clear, while there are still
living lineal descendants of Myles Standish. I have been shown the
much discussed parish records and have been given a photograph
of the mutilated page. Standish Hall, a photograph of which is
shown, was the seat of the family, before the Reformation caused
the split that settled the Protestant branch at Duxbury Park. It
was at Standish that the famous Lancashire plot was hatched.
P'rom Standish Hall went forth Ralph Standish to fight with
Henry V at Agincourt. The hall has undergone some changes
since the time of Queen PLlizabeth but the old family chapel
attached stands as it was and is still controlled bj' the Church of
Rome, the present owner. Sir Henry Standish, being a Roman
Catholic. Four little sycamore trees have been sent to me direct
from Standish Hall, with the request that one should be placed by
the grave of Capt. Myles Standish and this I shall have done when
in 1920 the Tercentenary of the Pilgrims is to be observed.
Another will be planted near the grave, in New Bedford, of Myles
Standish, the last Standish of his line, and a member of the
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society."

BOURNE PEDIGREE

Ebenezer Bourne, who married Abigail Newcombe, lived to be
100 years old.

Their son, Abner Bourne, married Marj' Torrey. He was a
Captain in the Revolutionary War (b. 1747; d. 1806) and was
buried in Middleboro.

Their son, Joseph Bourne, married Sophia Bates.

Their daughter, Emeline Bourne, married John Avery Standish.

Their youngest son, the last Standish of his line, was Myles
Standish, a member of the New York Genealogical and Biographical
Society.



REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS.



By Geokge Austin Morrison, Jr.



The following list is of unusual interest as it brings to light
the names of many officers and seamen serving in the so-called Con-
tinental Navy, as well as seamen serving in the mercantile marine of
the early colonies and states. The descendants of these men who
were taken prisoners in the "Vessels armed for War" are clearly
eligible for membership in the several patriotic Societies of the War
of the Revolution, and it may be possible that descendants from the



284



Revolutionary War Records,



[July



officers of such vessels, constituting the first ships of a United States
Navy would be eligible to the Society of the Cincinnati.

"A List of American Prisoners taken in Vessels arm'd for War,
and in merch' Vessels under the care of Mr. Charles Waller, Com-
missary of Prisoners at Rhode Island, and released upon request
of Major General Sullivan's Letter of the 24th November, 1778,
for an equal number and of the same rank to be returned in Lieu."

Taken in Vessels Arm'd for War.



NO. NAME


QUALITIES


NO


NAME


QUALITIES


I James Guppy


Lieu'.


41


Ed. Treadwell


Do.


2 Wm. Kelly


Lieu'.


42


John Talloon


Do.


3 Ed. Snell


Master


43


Tim Wright


Do.


4 Jere Tibbets


Boats".


44


Roger Wright


Do.


5 Nathan Bracy


Lieut.


45 Jona. Norton


Do.


6 Stootly Williams


Lieut.


46 Henry Smith


Lieut.


7 Sion Martindale


Capt.


47


Abr. Catling


Surg.


8 S. Atwood


Lieut.


48


Ph. Smith


Lieut.


9 Gid. Casey


Lieut.


49


John Smith


Sean.


10 Peleg Cranston


Cap. Mas.


50


Ober Morris


Do.


II James Fowler


Armr.


51


Elisha Butler


Do.


12 N. Underwood


Lieut.


52


D. Collins


Sean.


13 H. Durham


P. Mr.


53


Dun Mallery


Do.


14 Jos. Gardner


Capt.


54


Tona. Gilliard


Do.


15 James ColHns


Mr. Mate


55


El Hallibut


Do.


16 Edwd. Hawks


Surg. Mate


56


Silas Hoadley


Do.


17 James Hays


Midn.


57


Free Robbins


Do.


18 Peter Bowis


Lieut.


58


Rowd. Hopkins


Do.


19 Elihu Brown


Capt.


59


Leo Dix


Do.


20 Ph. Waller


Lieut.


60


Roger Clark


Do.


21 Rt. Stone


Gunr.


61


El. Phelps


Do.


22 Oliver Goodrich


Capt.


62


M. Porter


Do.


23 Abr. Bow


Sean.


63


The. Burden


Do.


24 D. Woster


Do.


64 John Tackson


Do.


25 Addison Bow


Sean.


65


Wm. Duran


Do.


26 Geo. Shaver


Do.


66 Tim. Hubbard


Do.


27 John Banks


Do.


67


Eli Spencer


Do.


28 Amos Treadway


Do.


68 Eli Stocking


Do.


29 Jonth. Hubbard


Do.


69


D. Arnold


Do.


30 Sam Butler


Do.


70


Geo. HoUister


Sean.


31 S. Pearce


Do.


71


Abr. Newell


Do.


32 Ed. Foster


Do.


72 Joel Davison


Do.


33 Wm. Ward


Do.


J-h


Eben Frisbie


Do.


34 Ed. Holman


Do.


74


David Webb


Do.


35 Wm. Tryon


Do.


75


John Walker


Do.


36 David Robinson


Do.


76


Ph. Tucker


Do.


37 Sam Collins


Do.


77


Elihu Clap


Do.


38 Thos. Palmer


Do.


78


Elisha Forbes


Do.


39 Thos. Stillman


Sean.


79


Isaac Higgins


Do.


40 David Terry


Do.


80 Tim Ryan


Do.



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Revolutionary War Records.



28'



NO. NAME


QUALITIES


NO


NAME


QUALITIES


81 Mat. Osbard


Do.


88


Jno. Griffin


Gunr.


82 Nathan Hubbard


Do.


89 John Tucker


Boatsn.


83 Elisha Gould


P. Mr.


90


J as. Wheaton


Mr. Arms.


84 Benj. Garzia


Sea.


91


Thos. Bangs


Carp. Mate


8s El. Woods


Do.


92


Jethro Dunham


P. Mr.


86 Jesse Penfield


Sean.


93


Ste. Earle


Sean.


87 Jos. Wheelock


Do.


94


Ste. Arnold


Boy


T


.\KEN IN Ml


iRCHT Vessels.




NO. NAME


QUALITIES


NO


NAME


QUALITIES


I T. Painter


Passenger


26 Zeb Over


Do.


2 T. Worden


Cooper


27


Mat. Roberts


Do.


3 Ez. Burr


Master


28


Benj. Gardner


Master


4 D. Burr


Sear.


29


S. Bennet


Sean.


5 J. Davis


Do.


30


B. Swaine


Master


6 M. Delustall


Master


31


S. Parker


Passenger


7 L. C. Hoodin


Sean.


2,2


Rob. Folgier


Mate


8 T. L. Lepeur


Do.


iZ


David Coleman


Sean.


9 N. Roache


Do.


34


Fran Mason


Do.


10 B. Spooner


Do.


35


Jos. Sandford


Do.


II Wm. Calvin


Do.


36


David Hussey


Do.


12 Wm. Harris


Do.


2,7


R. Chadwick


Do.


13 B. Childs


Do.


38


Wm. Woodbur}'


Master


14 S. James '


Do.


39


Peter Ober


Mate


15 S. Topin


Do.


40


John Wills


Sean.


16 Jna. White


Do.


41


George Swain


Do.


17 Ro. Tracy


Do.


42


Fred Huntington


Do.


18 Jno. Haytout


Master


43


S. Wilson


Master


ig Ar. I^batt


Pilott


44


S. Welch


Mate


20 Peter Durr


Sean.


45


C. Holland


Master


21 Wm. Barriceau


Do.


46


Jos. Eldridge


Mate


22 Wm. Cartwright


Do.


47


Laur Snow


Mate


23 Levi Gardner


Do.


48 Thos. Tracy


Master


24 Eli Levy (Devy)


Do.


49


Wm. Dennett


Mate


25 An Marshall


Do.


50


Nailor Hatch


Master



Received this 29th Novem', 1778, from Mr. Charles Waller,
Commissary of Prisoners at Rhode Island, the 94 men, American
Prisoners taken in Vessels armd for War and the 50 men, Ameri-
can Prisoners taken in Merchant Vessels, making in the whole 144
men for which I promise to return him an equal number of british
Prisoners of the same rank as those mentioned in this List agreeable
to Major General Sullivan's Letter of the 24th inst. to the Hon'ble
Admiral Byron, Commander of his Majesty's Fleet in America as
witness by hand (Signed).

Jeremiah Hill,

Commissary Prisoners.

(Gates MSS., Army Returns, 1778), in New York Historical
Society.



286 New York Marriage Licenses. [July



NEW YORK MARRIAGE LICENSES.



Contributed by Robert H. Kelby, Librarian New York Historical Society.



(Continued from Vol. XLVII, p. 185, of The Record.)

PAGE

312 for Ramsay, Frances, and John Irvine, read Ramsay, Fran-

ces, N. Y., widow, and John Erving, N. Y.

313 Rankin, Mary, and Neal McMullen. (No place mentioned.)
315 (insert) 1774, June 16, Reaves, Anna, N. Y., spinster, and

George Terry, N. Y., mariner.

315 for Regen, May, and William Gilbertson, read Regan, Mary,

N. Y., widow, and William Gilbertson, N. Y., mariner.

316 Raid, Collen, N. Y., blacksmith, and Mary McClaren, N. Y.,

widow.
316 Reid, John, Corporal, 45th Regiment, and Mary Catrine,
52nd Regiment, widow.

316 for Reilly, Sarah, read Keily, Sarah, which see.

317 for Rexorla, James, and Mary Smith, read Rescorla, James,

N. Y., mariner, and Mary Smith, N. Y., spinster.

318 Reynolds, Jane, N. Y., widow, and Isaac Hillier, Corporal,

1st Regiment of Guards.

318 Rice, James, Queens County, and Elizabeth Keese, same

place, spinster.

319 Richardson, Robert, soldier, 45th Regiment, and Mary Mur-

ray, 52nd Regiment, widow.

319 Richardson, Susannah, N. Y., widow, and William Armour,

N. Y., mariner.

320 Ricketts, Jacob, Esq., N. Y., and Miss Mary Thompson,

N. Y.
320 For Rider, William, and Elenor Person, read Rider, Wil-
liam, of the 23rd Regiment, and Elenor Percy, same regi-
ment, widow.

320 Ridley, James, N. Y., and Ann Barbara Sowers, N. Y.,

spinster.

321 Rightman, Albert, Richmond County, and Elizabeth Lock-

man, also written Lockword, same place, widow.

321 for Rinedollar, Emmanuel and Hester Hyman, read Rine-

dollar, Emanuel, N. Y., taylor, and Hester Heymell,
N. Y., spinster.

322 for Rix, Jane, and John Alloway, read Rix, Anne, 17th

Regiment, Dragoons, spinster, and John Alloway, ser-
geant, same regiment.

322 for Roach, Mary, and John Dare, read Roach, Mary, N.

Y., spinster, and John Daare, N. Y., merchant.

323 Roberts, Phebe, N. Y., spinster, and John Morgan, N. Y.
323 for 1779, Mar. 23, read 1779, Mar. 22, Roberts, Zachariah,

N. Y., and Elizabeth Bishop, N. Y., spinster.



1916.] New York Marriage Licenses. 287



324 Robinson, Hellcna, N. Y., spinster, and Donald (written

Daniel), McKoy, N. Y., hairdresser.
324 Robinson, John, N. Y., yeoman, and Elizabeth Lewis, N.

Y., spinster.
324 Robinson, John, N. Y., and Frances Pugh, N. Y., spinster.
324 Robinson, Thomas, sergeant, 64th Regiment, and Anstice

Flemming, same regiment, spinster.
326 Rogers, Catherine, 38th Regiment, widow, and Thomas

Mason, soldier, same regiment.

326 Rogers, Priscilla, N. Y., spinster, and Christopher Carter,

N. Y.

327 (insert) 1777, Nov. i, Rollin, James, N. Y., and Letty

Guest, N. Y. (spinster or widow not mentioned). Ms.
license.
327 Roome, Hannah, N. Y., spinster, and John Hammell, sur-
geon, 4th Battalion, N. J. Volunteers.

327 Roome, William I., N. Y., and Rebecca Earle, N. Y., spin-

ster.

328 Roorbach, B[arent], Esq., Captain in Gen. De Lancey's

Brigade, and Mary Ogilvie, N. Y., spinster.

328 Roosehill, Catherine, N. Y., spinster, and Robert Looseley,

N. Y., shopkeeper.

329 Rosell, Sarah, N. Y., spinster, and George James, N. Y.
329 Ross, Margaret, N. Y., widow, and William Hutchings,

N. Y., mariner.
329 Ross, Mary, N. Y., widow, and James Moffat, N. Y., mer-
chant.

329 Rote, John, N. Y., and Jane Barker, N. Y., spinster.

330 Rouse, Robert, sergeant, 4th Regiment of Foot, and Mar-

garet Lavender, N. Y., widow.

330 for Ruckel, Philip, and Jane Billington, read Ruckle,

Philip, N. Y., baker, and Jane Billington, N. Y., spinster.

331 Rundell, John, carpenter, in His Majesty's Navy, and

Sarah Barton, N. Y., spinster.
331 Rusler, Zachariah, N. Y., and Elizabeth Vredenbergh,

N. Y., spinster.
331 Russell, Frances, Kings County, spinster, and Anthony

Purdy, same place, yeoman.
331 (insert) 1769, Jan. 21, Russh, Elizabeth, N. Y., spinster,

and John Baster, N. Y., breechesmaker.
334 Sainthill, Edward, Masters Mate on Board His Majesty's

ship the Chatham, and Rebecca Ogilvey, N. Y., spinster.
334 St. John, John, N. Y., housecarpenter, and Martha Wil-
kinson, N. Y., spinster. Married Aug. 11, 1775, by Rev.

Samuel Auchmuty.
336 Sands, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and William Hopkins, N. Y.,

shipcarpenter.
336 Sands, Stephen, N. Y., watchmaker, and Mary Branson,

N. Y., spinster.



288 Ntw York Marriage Licenses. [July



336 (insert) 1775, Feb. 14, Sanxay, John, N. Y., mariner and

Sarah De Voe, N. Y., spinster.
336 Sarly, Ehzabeth, N. Y., widow, and Joseph Barton, N. Y.,

gentleman.

336 Sarrell, John, N. Y., and Lydia Jones, N. Y., widow. (MS.

license "At present there is no Lycenses signed by the
Governor. John Moore, Depy. Secy."

337 Scales, William, N. Y., mariner, and Jane Spence, N. Y.,

widow.
339 Schenck, Elizabeth, Newtown, Queens County, spinster,

and John McPherson, Lieutenant, 80th Regiment of

Foot.
342 Scofield, Catherine, N. Y., widow, and Samuel Duffy,

N. Y.

344 Seaman, Elizabeth, N. Y., spinster, and Isaac Cock, N. Y.,

merchant.
346 Sesson, Elinor, First Nurse in the General Hospital,

widow, and William Cagney, Quartermaster Sergeant,

17th Regiment Light Dragoons.
346 Sexton, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and Thomas Bennett, N. Y.

346 Shakespeare, Stephen, N. Y., storekeeper, and Martha

Geary, N. Y., widow.

347 Shannon, Ann, N. Y., widow, and John Jackson. N. Y.,

vintner.

347 Shaver, Hannah, Out Ward, N. Y., spinster, and John

Lovell, same place, butcher.

348 Sheaff, Henry, N. Y., merchant, and Phebe Vanvyck,

N. Y., spinster.

348 Shearman, Aletta, N. Y., spinster, and Robert Basden,
N. Y.

348 Shearwood, Elizabeth, N. Y., spinster, and Frederick Mil-
ler, N. Y., cooper.

348 for Shelds, Edward, and Mary Kearney, read Shields, Ed-
ward, N. Y., mariner, and Mary Kearney, N. Y., spin-
ster.

348 Shelley, Mary, N. Y., widow, and Joseph Wayne, N. Y.

349 Sheppard, Joseph, N. Y., tavernkeeper, and Margaret

Hampton, N. Y., spinster. Married April 15, 1775, by

Rev. Samuel Auchmuty.
349 Sheriff, James, mariner, and Elizabeth King, spinster. (No

place mentioned.)
349 Sherwood, Jonathan, N. Y., yeoman, and Phebe Gerow,

N. Y., spinster.

349 (insert) 1776, Sept. 18, Shields, Edward, N. Y., mariner,

and Mary Kearney, N. Y., spinster.

350 Sickes, Anstance, N. Y., widow, and Daniel Killing, N. Y.,

carpenter.
350 Sickles, John, Staten Island, Richmond County, and Cath-
erine Buckett, Kings County, L. I., spinster.



•9 '6-] New York Marriage Licenses. 289

PAGE

351 for Simons, Ann, and Roger Galilee, read Simons, Han-

nah, N. Y., widow and Roger Galilee, N. Y., mariner.

352 Simpson, Dnimmond, N. Y., mariner, and Sarah Chapman,

N. Y., widow.
355 Sloane, John, N. Y., and Sarah Cole, N. Y., spinster.
355 Smelzel, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and Nicodcmus Ungerar,

N. Y.
355 Smily, Christian, N. Y., and Elizabeth Hart, N. Y., widow.

355 Smith, Abby, N. Y., spinster, and John Barton, N. Y.

356 for Smith, Catherine, and Jeremiaii Connor, read Smith,

Catherine, N. Y., spinster, and Jeremiah Conner, N. Y.,
schoolmaster.

357 Smith, Elizabeth, Huntington, SufTolk County, spinster,

and George Ormond, Lieutenant, Queens Rangers.

Married Sept. 7, 1783.
357 for 1779, Jan. 22, read 1779, Oct. 22. Smith, George, N. Y.,

and Susannah Gardiner, N. Y., spinster.
357 (insert) 1780, Sept. 22, Smith, Hannah, N. Y., spinster, and

William Summers, N. Y., sailmaker.
359 Smith, John, N. Y., merchant, and Martha Woods, N. Y.,

spinster.
359 for 1775, Oct. 15, read 1775, Oct. 18. Smith, John, N. Y.,

merchant, and Mary Pine, N. Y., spinster.

359 Smith, Joseph, N. Y., merchant, and Grace Jarvis, Suf-

folk County, spinster.

360 for Smith, Mary, and James Rexorla, read Smith, Mary,

N. Y., spinster, and James Rescorla, N. Y., mariner.

362 Smith, Rebecca, N. Y., widow, and Charles Gay, N. Y..

blacksmith.

363 Smith, Sarah, N. Y., widow, and Joseph Willabe, N. Y.,

carpenter.
363 Smith, Sarah, N. Y., spinster, and Robert Bridgford, N. Y.,

mariner.
363 Smith, Thomas, N. Y., joyner, and Agnes Aget, N. Y.,

spinster. (MS. license. "At present there are no Ly-

censes signed by the Governor. John Moore, Depy.

Secy.")

363 Smith, William, N. Y., carman, and Else Osborn, N. Y.,

widow.

364 for Smyth, Hannah, and William .Summers, read Smith,

Hannah, N. Y., spinster, and William Summers, N. Y.,
sailmaker.

364 Smythe, Lionel, Captain, 23rd Regiment, and Maria Eliza

Philips, N. Y., spinster.

365 Snodgrass, Andrew, N. Y., merchant, and Eleonora Max-

well, N. Y., widow.
365 for 1779, Nov. 20, read 1779, Nov. 22, Snow, Thomas Mus-
grove, N. Y., mariner, and Ann Morgan, N. Y., spin-
ster.



290 New York Marriage Licenses. [July

PAGE

365 Snowden, Thomas (no place mentioned), and Rebecca

Hoyer, N. Y., spinster.

366 Someringdike, Coenrod, N. Y., waterman, and Anne

Southerd, N. Y., spinster.

366 Southerd, Anne, N. Y., spinster, and Coenrod Somering-
dike, N. Y., waterman.

366 for Southgate, Wright, and Lydia McCarris, read South-
gate, Wright, N. Y., merchant, and Lydia Marris or
Morris, N. Y., spinster.

366 Sowers, Ann Barbara, N. Y., spinster, and Tames Ridley,

N. Y.

367 Spence, Jane, N. Y., widow, and William Scales, N. Y.,

mariner.

369 for 1775, July 15, read 1775, July 4, Stackhouse, Stacy;

N. Y., chairmaker, and Catherine Callow, N. Y., spin-
ster. Married July 6, 1775, by Rev. Samuel Auchmuty.

370 for Stedford, Catherine, and Jenken McOnelty, read Sted-

ford, Catherin, N. Y., widow, and Jenken McOnelty,
N. Y., yeoman.

371 for Stephens, Alexander, and AfTey, Devore, read Steph-

ens, Alexander, N. Y., mariner, and Affey, Devoor, N. Y.,
spinster.

371 Steuart, John, N. Y., ferryman, and Unice Briggs, N. Y.,

spinster.
371 for Stevens, John, and Lavinia Boulia, read Stevens, John,

N. Y., housecarpenter, and Lavinia Boileau, N. Y.,

spinster.

371 Stevens, Martha, N. Y., spinster, and George Crosby,

N. Y., cooper.

372 Stevenson, Francis, Captain, Queens Rangers, and Nelley

Townsend, late of N. J., but at present of the City of

N. Y.
372 Stewart, John, N. Y., and Catherine McCachan, N. Y.,

spinster.
372 Stewart, Peter, N. Y., mariner, and Ann Cook, N. Y.,

spinster.

372 for Steymets, Catherine, and Robert Maer, read Steymets,

Catherine, N. Y., spinster, and Robert Moore, N. Y.,
baker.

373 (insert) 1781, July 18, Stiles, or Stites, Margaret. N. Y.,

spinster, and Andrew Mitchell. N. Y.
373 (insert) 1777, Oct. 15, Stilwell, Abraham, Richmond

Coimty, and Susanah Van Pelt, same place, spinster.
373 Stilwell, Samuel, Richmond County, and Lenah Garrison,

same place, spinster.

373 Stilwill, Abraham, read Stilwell, Abraham, as above.

374 for 1781, Mar. 18, read 1781. July. 18, Stites or Stiles, Mar-

garet, N. Y., spinster, and Andrew Mitchell, N. Y., mer-
chant.



19 '6.] Ntw York Marriage Licenses. 29 1



374 Stocker, Elizabeth, N. Y., spinster, and James Mance,

N. Y. ■

374 Stocker, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and Samuel Bovvne, N. Y.

374 Stogdell, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and John Hutchings, N. Y.

375 Stout, Phebe, N. Y., spinster, and James Conn., N. Y.
377 Stringham, Mary, late Orange County, but now of the

City of N. Y., spinster, and John Cooper, late of Som-
erset County, N. J., but now of Morrisania, Westchester
County, yeoman.

377 for 1774, Dec. 10, read 1777, Dec. 10. Stunill, Lucy, N. Y.,
spinster, and John Lownds, N. Y.

377 for Sturgier, Mary, and Philip Pell, read Sturgies, Mary,

N. Y., spinster, and Philip Pell, N. Y., coppersmith.

378 Stymers, Mary, N. Y., spinster, and Thomas Foster, N. Y.
378 Sumers, William, N. Y., sailmaker, and Hannah Smith,

N. Y., spinster.
380 Swan, Charles, N. Y., pilot, and Margaret Julang, N. Y.,
widow.

383 Tatham, Thomas, N. Y., mariner, and Jane Carr, Kings
County, late of Phila., spinster.

383 Taylor, Anne, N. Y., spinster, and Evert Bancker, Jr.,

N. Y., merchant.

384 Taylor, James. N. Y., shipjoiner, and Jemima Cabe, N. Y.,

spinster.

384 (insert) 1774, May 31, Taylor, Joseph, Esq., Hunterdon
County, N. J., and Sarah Waddell, N. Y., spinster.

384 Taylor, Matthew, N. Y., and Jane Hoar, N. Y., widow.

384 (insert) 1783, July 30, Taylor, Matthew, N. Y., mariner,
and Eleanora Van Evra, N. Y., spinster. (Ms. license
"Not having at this time any Blanks signed by His Hon.
the Lieut. -Governor ; addressed The Rev. Dr. Inglis.
Sam Bayard, Jr., Secy.")

384 Taylor, Matthew, N. Y., mariner, and Eleanora Van Ever,
N. Y., spinster. (Same as Ms. license above, excepting
the first mentioned has the name Eleanora Van Evra.)

384 Taylor, Rebekah, N. Y., spinster, and George Flowers,
N. Y., carpenter.

384 Taylor, Rosana, Royal Regiment of Artillery, widow, and
John Deas, Sergeant, same regiment.

384 Taylor, Sarah, N. Y., spinster, and Joseph Webb, N. Y.,

painter and glazier.

385 for Templar, Margaret, and Joshua Carr, read Templer,



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