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Then again in 1S21 to Fultonvilie, where the family made their ])ermanent home.
In 1833 Miss Yates was united in marriage to William B. VVemple, a life-long resident
of Fultonvilie, prominently identified as its most enterprising and leading citizen in
every department pertaining to the welfare of the place and its inliabitants. Their
union was most happy until broken by the. death of Mr. Wemple in 1869. Mrs.
Wemple was a woman of marked personality and striking characteristics, command-
ing and dignified in appearance. In conversation She was original, instructive, and
entertaining. She possessed a strong and vigorous mind, well balanced, of most
excellent common-sense, reliable in judgment, and so upright, so established her
character for veracity, that her word was law. She fulfilled to a remarkable extent
her duly in every position and relation in life. While her family were around her
she gave to them her undivided care and attention. A true and faithful wife, the
heart of her husband safely trusted in her. A devoted mother to her children,
who have well repaid her sacrifice and care. As they began to leave the parental
hearth for homes of their own, the husband of her youth was removed as by a sudden
stroke. From this time onward she lived the life of a Christian widow, a power in
her own home and among the varied branches of her family, her neighbors, and her
church. In 1851 she united with the Reformed Dutch Churth of Fultonvilie, and
until the aay of her death was identified with every department of Christian work
within its hounds. She was a life member of tlie American i'ible Society, and of the
Woman's Missionary Society of that church, of the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, and vice-president of tlie Auxiliary of the Children's Home Society of Mont-
gomery County ; and above all a devoted Cliristian, faithful and loyal to her church
and all its services. lit the various changes of the pulpit of this church, its ministry
ever found a home with her. She was indeed a sister of the C'lutrch. whose house
ever held a prophet's chamber, and many of the clergy of that denomination will
recall her hospitality with the same gratitude that St. Paul e\inccd to the C'nristian
sisterhood v)f the early church, in the sixteenth chapter of Romans. Thus she quietly
moved on in her course of usefulness, for her work and usefulness only ended with
incapacity. When past the age when many feel ttiat their days of service are over,
and they are entitled to rest, she entered upon a new field of work, associating her-
self with a noble band of Christian women in the support of a home for the benefit of
the poor children of the entire county of Montgomery. Mrs. W'emple was the vice-
president of the association, and one of its most devoted and faithful workers. She
was a constant visitor to the institution. Her contributions were large, and many
were the garments Cashioned by her own skilful liands ; and by every means in her
power did she manifest her deq') and loving interest in the lambs of Christ's flock. To
.Mrs. Wemple was accorded the high privilege of dwelling among her own j^eople.
Site removed to Fultonvilie many years before the Erie Canal was made, and when
that now thriving town was merely forests and fields. She resided there for the long
period of seventy years. She grew with the place, and witnessed its growth and pros-
perity. She became identified both with Its history and interests, loved ihctovvn, and
Fultonvilie loved her. On the I4lh of lust January .she celebrated her eightieth birthday,
an occasion which will be forever remembered by children, grandchildren, neighbors,
and friends. Tender and true are the memories which will cluster around that vacant
fireside, not only to children and grandchildren but to the entire community. Tliis was
her last act of hospitality. A few weeks later she was stricken with paralysis. .She
lingered a few days ; her work was done ; she had nothing tcxlobutto die, and passed
away peacefully and painlessly. " Like a shock of corn fully ripe, she went down to
her grave in due season." She was buried from the home in which she had dwelt so
long ; her funeral was most largely attended by almost the entire population, while
there were many there from surrounding towns to pay the last tribute of respect to
their own. and in many cases tlieir parents', friend. She was then laid to rest in
the old village cemetery by her parents, ihe partner of her life, her son, and her
little grand-children. Mrs. W^emple was the mother of six children, five sons and
one daughter. One son, Abram, died in his early manhood. The surviving sons
are Nicholas and William H, Wemple, Franklin P. Wemple. of the firm of Wemple
brothers ; the Hon. Edward Wemple, Comptroller of the State of New York. The
daughter, Anna-Alida, is the wife of the Rev. Francis M. Kip,*of Harlingen, Somer-
set County, New Jersey.



NDEX OF NAMES IN VOLUME XXII



Aalsteyn, 82, 83

Aalstyn, 86, 143, 147,
148, 189

Aalteyn, 144

Abbatt, 151

Abbott, 55, 133, 137

Abeel, 7, 81, 88, 141

Abell, 53, 209

Abercrombie, 37

Abereshin, 148

Abraham, 56

Abrahamse, 145

Abramse, 12

Abrichs, 157

Acheson, 204

Adams, 24, 42, 45, 47, 52,
58, 60, 63, 69, 72, 113,
i?9

Adisson, 206

Adlington. 52

Akkcrinans, 143

Alden, 78

Alexander, 8g, 161

Algeer, 88

Alger, 14s

Allam, 20 1

Allaway, 53
/ AUefonsce, 170

\llen, 54. 71, 76, 107,
I 154, idi. 205 206, 208

Allforde, 206
Alloway, 75

Alsdorph, 144
Alsop, 160
Alsteyn, 12
Altgeldt, 85,86
Altgclt, 87, 144, 148
Althuiscn, 86
Alver, 186
Ament, 186, 188
Amherst, 37
Amis, 75
Amisse, 205

Amory, 162
Ancell, 75
Anderson, 76
Andrada, 169
Andrt, 41
Andrewes, 205
Andrews, 73, 74, 135,

136
Andries, 12
Andriese, 13
Andriesse, 7, 82, 87
Andriessen, 143, 183
Andriesze, 142, 184
Andros, 35, 44
Ansley, 53
Answorth, 54
Anthony, 208
Antonides, 83
Antony, lo, 12, 87, 38,

141, 144
Apleby, 207
Aplebye, 52
Appel, 9, ri, 88, 146
Appellate, 68
Appleton, 56, 63, 162



Apsley, 44, 208
Arbery, 56
Arbuthnot, 40
Archer, 205
Arentse, 106 •
Ariaanse, 12, 141
Armstrong, 118, 119,

Arnold. 47, 54, 62, 63,
66, 70, 74, 75, 113

Arrowsmith, 53

Arthur, 63

Asbrandson, 165, 166

Ashhurst, 158

Asmotherlaw, 205

Aspinvvall, 46, 47

Astor, 46, 56, 57, 63,
105, no, 115, 127, J55

Astrooder, 55

Atkins, 205

Attwood. 53

Auchmuty, 38

Austin, 54, 63, 79, 196,
208

Ayres, 132, 136

Avery, 35, 45

Axley, 55

Aylion, 168

Babbit, 78

Bacchus, 144

Bach tell, 133, 138

Bachus, 148

Baetjer, 63

Ba^iey, 48

Bailey, 63, 69

Baily, 59

Bainbridge, 98

Baird, 108

Baker, 52, 53, 54, no,

209
Bakker, 188
Bakkes, 11, 83
Balandier, 206
Ball, 206
Baltimore, 3
Bancker, 7, 10, 12, 13,

14, 145, 147
Bancroft, 107. 165, 202
Band, 87, 188
Bandt, 12, 146
Banister, 55
Banker, 187
Banks, 45
Bant, 12, 68, 70
Banta, 63, 158
Barber, 91, 94, 95
Baree, 187
Barheidt, 86
Barheit, 9, 14, 1S9
Barker, 69, 75, 79, no,

161, 205
Barkeyd, 144
Barlo, 55
Barlow, 57
Barnes, 77
Birnett, 205
Barret, 206



Barrisford, 106

Barritt, 106

Bartel, 145

Bartlet, 54

Bartlett, 59, 177

Barton, 54, 69, 71, 75

Bartow, 62

Bashfelde, 76

Bass, 141

Basset, 88, 188

Batchelder, 209

Bates, 102, 159

Bauden, 55

Bavier, 153

Baxter, 5g

Bayard, 9, 13, 83, 85,

108, 141, 148, 150,

184, 185, 189
Bayeux, 8, 146
Bayley, 54, 138, 206
Baylies, 78
Baynes, 204
Baytes, 53
Bayu, 184
Bazill, 56
Beach, 56, 70, 74, 139,

1 40
Beadle, 204
Beamond, 77
Beard, 55, 205
Beck, 133
Becke, 204
Beckley, 192
Beckwith, 196
Becman, 157
Bedlo, 141
Bedlowe, 205
beecman, 157
Beeckman, 41
Beedoon, 54
Beekman, 9, 11. 12, 13,

63, 81, 83, 141, 143,

146, 183, 186, 188
Beely, 8

Beers, 55, 106
Behaim, 163
Bekker, 14, 82
Bell, 54, 6j, 72, 76, 78,

79
Bellinger, 172
Bellingham, 44
Belmont, 56, no
Beltram, 169
Bembrik. 205
Bender, 82
Benjamin, 39
Benkrike, 53
Bennet, 14, 185
Bennett, 53, 157
Bennewe, 86
Bennit, 53
Bennowe, 87
Beiisen, 8, 9, 12, 86, 87,

186, 189
Sensing, 14, 82, 83, 145,

147, 148, 184, 185,

187, IQO

Benson, 199, 205



Benthuysen, 12

Bentley, 53, 72

Benton, 31

Beomont. 53

Berd. 75

Bergen, 92, 158

Bergh, 63

Berk, 143

Berkeley, 35, 104, 138

Berkelo, 85

Berkels, 147, 187

Bernard, 2o5

Berrian, 51, 52, 55, 209

Berrie, 84

Bethencourt, 163

Bett, 206

Betts, 63, no, 205

Biarne, 165

Bicker. 7, n, 146

Biddle. 158

Bidduw, 12

Bigelow, 62

Bikker, 189, 190

Bikkers, 8

Bikly. 189

Bill, 146

Billop, 82

Bingham, 53 .

Bingley, 53 /

Bird, 205, 206

Bishop, 153

Bispam, 161

Bisset, 142

Bisshop, 205

Bissit, 83

Bixby, 63

Black, ibo

Blackman, 133. 138

Blague, 55

Blakslee, 179

Blank, 7, 8, 81, 82, 87

142. 143
Blankasopp, 76

Blatchford, 48
Blauwveld, 144
Blauwv-eldt, 187
Blauwvelt, 84, 190
Blaydcs, 59, 62
Bleaker, 158
Bleecker, 63, 158, 161
Bliforde, 205
Bliss. 63, 79, 162, 209
t\om, 10, 12, 81, 83, 86,
87, 88, 143, 146, 147,
186, 187. i8g, 190
Blydenburg, 8, 144
Blyker, 81
Bocke, 145, 187
Bodnam, 53
Bocje, 146, 187
Bockenhoven, 148, 184
Boekhoven, 84
Boel. 86, 148, 186
Boele, 85, 142
Boelen, 7, 13, 83, 142,

14s, 148, 185. 190
Bogaard. 148, 186
Bogaart, 143, 186, 187



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Index of Names in Volume XXII.



Bogaerd, 143, 144
Bogaert, 147, 184
Bogard, 186
Bogardt, 186
Bogardus, 88
Bogart, 147, 177, 190
Bogert, 9, 11, 12, 81, 83,

84
Bogg, 75
Boggs, 48
Boka, i8";
Boke, 12, 81
Bokee, 189
Boljew, 12
Bolles, 63
Bomper. 13
Bonaparte, 207, 208
Bond, 86, 141
Bondt, 189
Bondy, 17
Bonefant, 75
Bonnel, 139
Bonner, 112
Bonnet, 189
Bonsall, 106 .
Booth, 113
Boradell, 209
Borden, 112
Bore, 82
Boreel, 157
Borel, 146
Borkels, ii
Borrow, 17
Bory, 142
Bos, 3, 10, 88
Bosch, 5, 7, 12, 87, 141,

142, 145, 146, 188
Boss, 144
Bostock, 54
Boteler, 44
Boukenhoven, 85
Bcun, 189
Bowden, 54
Bowen, 56, 63, 155
Bowers. 192
Bowles, 179
Bowne, 174
Bowyer, 206
Bowzy. 56
Boxiord. 76
Boyce, 71
Boyde, 53
Boydon, 52
Boynton, 43
Brackson, 207
Brad. 84
Bradford, 73, 135, 158,

172

Bradley, 76
Bradner, 50
Bradshaw, i6
Bradstrcet, 37
Bradt, 144, 145
Brady, 107
Braesjer, 84
Bragdon, 160
Braidsjer, 11
Brainerd, 63
Braisier, 145
Brai;;jer, 9, 10
Braman, 63
Brand, 54
Brankin, 204
Bras, 13, 86, 87, 142, 189,

190
Brasher. 187
Brasier. 146
Brasjer. 184
Brasiow. 140
Braswell. 56
Brat, 147
Bratt, 81
Breen, 60, 73



Breestede, 7, 12
Brenton, 205
Brereton. 149, 150
Brestede, 14, 142, 147
Brevoort, iqo
Brewer. 53, 204
Brewster, 34, 35, 63
Briant, 13
.■rBriggs, 57, 73, 79, 136
Brinkerhof, 83, 184
Brinkerhoff, 86
Bristed, 118
Brock. 53
Brnckhols, 185
Brocklesby, 55
Brockway, 63
Brodhead. 153, 172
Broeck, 148
Brokhols, 81
Bromley, 75
Brooke, 43
Brooks, 63, 78, 79
Broome, 52
Broun, 13
Broune, 54, s5
Brouwer, 7, 8, g, 14, 141,

144, 146, 148, 186,190
Brouwne, 87
Browne, 20, 43, 48, 56,

63, 73, 106, 133, 158,

196, 209
Browne, 206, 207
Brownjohn, 209
Brumley, 41
Brunjean, 209
Bruyn, 3, 4, 87, 144, 154,

188
Bruyns, 157
Bryan, 85
Bryant, 76
Bryen, i86
Bryn, 7

Buchanan, 29, 31
Buckner, 55
Buddies, 54
Buel, 45
Bugby, 158
Buis, :88
Bulkley, 193
Bull, 77
Bullock, 134
Bulsing, 81, 144, 146
Burbeck, 205
Burger, 8, 9, 81, 84, 86,

87, 141, 142, 143, 144,

145, 184, 188, 190
Burgess, 180
Burgoyne, rig
Eurhans, 63
Burnbury, 53
Burnett, 63

Burr, 9

Burris. 87

Burrowcs, 54, 77

Burton, 75

Busby, 201

Bush, 154

Busha, 17

Bushey. 17

Bushnell, 96

Bussing, 87. 142, 147,

189
Butcher, 53
Butler, 53, 56, 63, 76,

114. 196, 198, igg
Buttcrfield. 63
Buys. 12. 146, 183
Byckman, 145
Bye, 158
Byram. 140
Byrchett, 76
Byvank, 14, 83, 86, 88,

142, 145, 184



Caar, 10, 186

Cabell. 55

Cabot. 164, 166, 167, 168,

170
Cadmer, 205
Cage, 56
Caldwell, 66
Calhoun, 31
Caljer, 10
Caljow, 12
Callen, 143
Calvert, 207
Cambell, 54, 142
Cambridge, 76
Campbell, 15, 20
Canaday, 71
Canfield, 28. 29, 30
Cannon, 11, 145. 1S4,

186
Canon, 14', 83, 86. 142,

146
Cantine, 3, 4
Capella, 168
Capers, 181
Capron, 73
Care, 186
Carhart, 63
Carle. 50
Carlile, 76, 171
Carman, T58
Carnahan, 62
Carnes, 139, 140
Carolius, 87, 144
Carolus, 86
Carpinter, 53, 63, 112
Carstang, 190
Carsten, 142
Carter, 53, 55, 106, 138,

190, 206
Carteret, 35, 104
Cartier, 173
Cary, 139
Cashman, 95
Caspar, 14

Cass, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Cathcart. 41
Catlingson, 76
Cavalje, 81
Cavelicr, 12, 144
Cebrink, 86
Cenci, 43
Chamberlaine, 52
Chambers, 54, 55. 62
Champernowne, 60
Chandler, 54, 91, 191
Chapman, 69, 75, 77,

181
Chappell, 205, 206
Chardevine, 186
Chardovine, 10
Chase, 136, 161
Chauner, 53
Cheatley, 76
Chedister, 140
Cheevers, 55
Chesley, 182
Chevalje, 10
Child, 12
Childs. 56
ChoseH, 54
Chower, 204
Christien, 12
Church, 192
Churchill, 56, 73, loi,

I. 35
Claarwater. 152
Claiborne, 63
Clapp, 57
Clarence, 207
Clark, 63, 130, 133, 137,

208
Clarke, 53, 54, 63, 71,

75, 58, 181, 205



Clarkson, 38, 63, 82,

143- 148, 150. 185
Clarkzon, 83
Clary, 191
Clay, 23, 28
Clayton, 53
Clearwater, 63
Cleaver, 55
Cleraans, 74
Clemens, 54
Clerk, 145
Gierke, 76

Cleveland, 63, 191, 192
Clifford, 206
\Clinton, 38, 40, 92
Clopper, 184. 188
Clouwryn. 183
Clowes, 130, 131, 132
Co, 185

Coaldwell, igi
CoBb. 80
Cobbet, 76
Cock. 53
Cockin, 206
Coddington, 112
Coebraeth, 53
Coeney, 205
Coeverts, 86
Coffin, 162
Cokkever, 190
Colden, 162
Coldwell, 192
Cole, 52, 77, 79, 205
Coles, 208
Colet, 43
Colethorpe, 206
Coljer, 185
Collens, 54
Colman, 206
Columbus, 163, 164,

168
Colver, 197
Combe, 67
Coinbes, 63
Commons, 86
Comstock, 19s
Conally, 159
Condon, 182
Condrae, 77
Confort, 86
Conklin, 39, 80
Conkling, 63
Connel, 5
Conningham, g
Connington, 206
Constable, 52
Constant, 63
Conyngham, 198
Coo, 82
Cook, S3, 70, 74. 136,

199
Cooke, 53, 56, 205, 206
Cool, 81
Coolidge. 69, 71
Cooly, 183

Cooper, 37 ,

Copley, 45
Coppin, 75
Cofjway, 162
Corcelius, 144, 148, 183,

188, 190
Corcoran, 56 '
Corelie, 144
Cornbury, 128
Cornelisse, 83, 87
Cornelisscn, i
Cornell, 38, 58, 62, 63,

112, 174, 175
Cornewall. 76
Cornish, 56
Corselius, 10, 85
Corsen, 8, 12, 143
Corsse, 143



Index of Names in Volume XXII.



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Corssen, i

Corwin, 159

Cortelius, 86

Cory, 75

Cosyn, 148

Cosyne, 84

Cosyns, lo

Cotheal, 63

Cottcrill, 56

Cotterman, 206

Cottcsford, 75

Coult, 54 ^-^

Couvventioven, 189

Coventry, 66

Co.x, 77, 208

Coykendall, 6^

Cozens, 76

Cozyn, 83

Crane. 90, 96, 97, 98

Crawford, 198

Crawley, 54

Creede, 75

Cregier, n, 13, 147,

190
Cresswell, 204
Crigier, 12
Crippen, 108
Crispell, 63
Creek, 84
Croft, 206
Crollius, II, 13, 190
Crome, 77, 204
Crommclyn, 9, 141
Crooke, 13
Croscup, 187
Croseman, 77
Crossman, 77-80
Crowell, 209
Croxton, 208
Cruger, 63, 84, 186
Cuiler, 184
Culler, 183
Culver. 197
Cumming, ,76, 77
Cunningham, 16
Currant, 205
- Curtis, 159
Curtuous, 75
Cutfor, 53
Cutt. 55
Cutting. 58, 103
Cuyler, 8, 63

Da Costa, 209
Dacres, 99
Daily, 9. n
Dallahood, 76
Dallas, 23, 31
Dally, 143, 146, 187
Damarill. 200
Dammering, 54
Damuth, 134
Dana, 60, 61
Dane, igi
Darling, 62, 105, 114,

15 s, 205
Dasy, 88
Davenport, 18
Davidson, 109
Davies, 63
-Davis, 54, 63, 75, 77,

80
Davyson, 75
Dawson, 53, 55
Day, 105, 185, 205, 206
Daylc. 141

Dayton, 41, 89, 90, 98
Deacon, 15, 16
Deall, 103
Dean, 79
De Ayala, 163
De Bury, 123
Decker, 4



De Clerk, 14

De Courval, 49

De Dino, 49

Deel, 144

Deenemarken, 13

Defenne, 190

De Forcest, ic, 185

De Forest, 179, 200, 201,

203
De Four, 84
De Graaf, 154, 183, 184,

I go
De Grauw, 9, 83, 88,

144, 186. igo
De Groff, 20
De Groof, 9, 142
De Hardt, 142
De Hart, 8
De Honeur, 14
De Honneur, 145
De Kay, 86, 187
Delafield, 38, 63. 112
De la Maar, 88
Delamater, 4
De la Metre, 9
De la Montagne, 85,

187, 189
De Lancey, 37, 48, 63
De Lancy, 143
De Lanoy, 7, g, 12, 183
Dello, 54
De Meyer, 12
De Mildt, 14, 144, 148
De Miit, 13, 146
De Navarro, 56
Denemarken, 188
Denny, 106
Denton, 129, 138
De Peyster, 12, 14, 81,

82, 83, 143, 145, 147,

148, 150, 187
Depons, 162
De Pottere, 157
Deptford, 76
De Puisage, 200
Depuy, 4. 152
De Riemer, 8, 67, 143,

Dering, 30, 41

Derje, 1S7

Deuel, 106

Deursen, 9 I

De Vaux, 157

De Vere, 44

De Vie, 85

De Ville, 106

De Voe. 8, 71, 83, 186

De Voor, 84

De Voie, 8

Devotion, 198

De Vries, 157

Dewbery, 52

Dewey, 56

De Wit, 186

De Witt, 3-6, 46, 63,

,^ 154- 157
Pey, 88
Deyer, 85
Deyo, 4, 152
De.xter, 6
D'Harriette, 18';
D'Honneur. 38, 39
Diamond, 204
Dibdin, 122
Dickerson, 21-33, i°4
Dickie, 90, 95
D'ckson, 177
Digges, S3
Dijo. 152
Dillingham, 209
Dingy, 208

Diodati, 43 I

Di.\, 57, 76, 105, 115, 155 I



Dobs, 147
Dobson, 76
Docharty, 102
Dod, 23

Dodge, 118, 175, 209
Dollyn, 54
Dongan, 44
Donskom, 13
Doom, 86
Doriette, 183
Dorland,- 15
Dorr, 195
Dorrie, 148
Doty, 63
Doughty, 113
Douglas. 197, 208
Douglass. 158, 159
Douroe, 83
Douvepack, 18S
Douw, 185
Douwe, 148
Dow, 155
Downes, 54
Downey, 16
Dows, 61
Dowse, 61
Drackett. 20
Drake, 169, 173
Draljer, 186
Draper, 53, 157
Dremer, 172
Drewe, 52
Drexel, 56

Drinkwater, 13. 81, 187
Drowne, 63. 113
Druliet, 8
Drury, 25
Du Bois, 3. 4, 63, 114,

151, 152, 153, 154
Du Boisson, 108
Duchesneau, 104
Dudley, 53
Duer, 62, 160, 161
Du Four, 87
Dugglas, 77
Duiking, 83, 88
Dummer, 20S
Du Mon, 187
I )umond, 6
Duncan, 162
Dunton, 53
Du Vail, 105. 106
Duyckinck, 7
Duyckink, 141
Duyke, 81
Dvviet, 12
Dwight, 58, 177
Dyer, 13, 85, 185, 187
Dykmaii, 14, 1S5
Dyks, 142, 146

Eames, 59

Eaton, 63. 74, 105, 155,

174, 180
Ebbets, 188
Eckersen, 185
Eckesen, 10
Eddy, 103
Edmitt, 207
Edmunds, 52
Edrope, 55
Edsall. 63. 86
Edwards, 6, 107, 203
Eeg, 85
Een, 152
Eerensteyn, 144
Egbertson, 6
Eght, 87
Egt, Si
Eiklcy. 190

Ekkcrson, 185, 186, 187
Elam, 55
Elderkin, 192



Eldred, 76

Eldring, 88

Elery, 162

Eliot, 59, 62, 63, 114,
162

Ellaken, 188

Ellem, 144

Elles, 148

Ellicott, 158

Ellin, 14

Ellinge, 206

Elliott, 25, 76, 107, no,
151. 184

Ellis. II, 81, 82, 83, 106,
185, 188

Ellison, 37

Elner, 145
I Elsword, 84, 85, 188

Elswort, 83
I Elsworth, 87, 88. 141,
I 148, 186, 187, 188

Elwyn, 158
1 Ely, 46

I Elzeworth, g, 12, 13
j Emans. 14s
i Emerson, 58, 104

English, no
1 Erensteyn, 14, 87, 14S
j Erkes, 12
I Erskine, 40
[ Espersen, 72, 135

Evans, 3, 63, 204
I Everds, 142
; Ewing, 24
I Ewondse, i8i,
j Eygenberg, 86

I Faillon, 105

1 Fairfax, 63, 105, 149,

I 1.50

i Fairfield, 19

I Fargo, 63

Karmar, 82
I Farmer, 147

Farragut, 72, 159

Farringhtun. 106
j Farrington, 56

Faulkener, 204

Faulkner, 205

Favier, 146, 1S7

Fayrecloth, 75

Fee waters, 205

Feild, 53, 54

Fellows, 179

Fells, 55
j Felton. 205
j Fenix. 86
j Fenwick, 43, 44, 55
I Fenwicke, 54
I Ferland, 105
i Fernow, 106, 155, 156,
209

Ferres, 206

Ferris, 63

Fetchet, 141

Feyn, 82
I Field, 56, 63, 74, 136,

I Filibeeii, 12

j Filkens. 8, 85, 188

I Fillmore, 107

Filpot, 84

Finch, 80

Fish, 13

Fisher, 54, 75, 186

Fisjer, 7

Fisk, loS, 109

Fisser. 85

Fitch. 73

Fitz Ranc h 180

Flagler, 154

Flamen, 85, 145

Fleming, .82



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Index of Names in Volume XXII.



Fletcher. 40. 63, 206
Flower. 56. 63
Floyd. 34. 37, 38. 30, 47
Flye, 206
Foepert, 188
Folleman. 7
Fonda, 70
Foos, 186
Ford. 56, 76, 209
Fordham. 37
Forman. 82. igg
Foster, 63, 74, 114, 179
Fouler, 141
Fowler, 63, 76. 204
Fox, 52, 54
Franklin. 62, 81, 191
Fraser. 65
Freeman, 72, 134
Freer, 151. 152, 153
Frelinghuysen, 24, 62
Fretnan, 82
French, 8, 82, 86
Frisbee. 58
Frizell. 55
Frobisher, 173
Frontenac. 57, 104, 105
Frost, 80, 102
Frye, i6o
Fuller. 70. 74, 136
Fulton, 23
Fyn, II, 185, 189
Fyre, 206

Gabry, i

Gachere 10

Gache've, 146

Gadfu. 14

Gaine, 95

Gale. 55, 69, 75, 206

Gales, 53

Gallops, 78

Galloway, 82, 147

Galoway, 7

Galvano. 169

Gamape, 56

Gandsfoort, 157

Garcia de la Plaza. 20

Gardiner, 34, 35, 39, 40,
41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47,
50, 51, 57, 105, no

Gardner. 53, 206

Garland, 184

Garling, 13

Garneau, 105

Gasheric, 4, 87

Gaston. 63

Gates, 196

Gaunt, 76

Gauticr, 147

Gautje, 81

Gaye, 26

Gaylord, 62. 70, 71

Geert, 88

Gelly. 77, 206

Gelston, 38

Gerard, 113, 209

Gerbrands, 85, 145

Gererard, 83

Gerhardi, 156

Germain, 39

Germond, 159

Gerrits, 185, 188

Gerritsc, 146

Gerritszc, 82, 83

Gerritze, 190

Gerry, 63

Gervasse, 205, 206

Geveraat, 184

Gholson, •

Gihbo'

Gl.-oins, 53

viibbs, 57

Gibert, 148



Giddy, 54
Gifford, 54, 72, 135
Gilbert, 11, 13, '53, 85,

106, 148, 171
Gilchrist, 70, 73
Gildait, 150
Gilden, 77
Gildersley, 54
Gilderslievc, 129, 131,

132
Gillespie, 158
Gilpin, 180
Girlill, 54
Glisson, 75
Glover, 71, 133, 208,

209
Goade, 55
Godfrey, 113
Godwin, 54
Goederis, g, 142
Goelet, i^, 85, 87, 142,

146, 184, 185, 190
Goetes, 82
Goldrinfre, 206
Gomara, 176
Gomes, 168, ifig, i/o,

Goouale. 63
Good fellow, V06
Goodlad, 188
Goodled, 13
Goodwin, 63, in, 112,

^ ^55
Goodwyn, 53
Goose, 21
Gordon, 187
Gorges. 172
Gorny, 11. 144
Gosherey, 186
Gould. 56, 78, 80
Goulding, 52, 53
Goulet, 83
Gouverneur, 8, 88, 185,

Gove. 179
Grace. 155

Graham. 3, 4, 155 >_ '

Grange, 16, 20

Grant, 58, 73, 100, ic6

Grastocke, 76

Grau, 8

Grauw, 141

Graves, 53

Gray, 180

Green. 62, 73, 113, 144

Greene, 45, 50, 54, 63,

75, 204
Greenloe, 206
Greenly, 39
Greenwood, 63, 114
Greese, 54
Gregory, 80
Gresnal, 205
Greveraat, 88
Grififin, 103, 191, 203,

205, 208
Griffing, 51

Grindy, 43, 55, no, 195
Groen, 85
Groesbeek, 146
Grove, 205
Grumme, 84
Grymes, 206
Gryphin, 204
Gudlaugson, 165, 166
Guiteau, 25
Gulek, 145
Gurowski, 113
Guyle, 206

Haan, 150
Haanrad, n
Haarn, 183



Haaton, 106

Hack, I

Hackett, 55

Haen, 146

Haering, 143

Hagen, 18

Haig, 155

Haight, 198, 199

Haines, 63

Haire, 53

Hakluyt, 171

Haldane, 63

Hale, 70, 132, 137, 162

Halfheade, 55

Hall, 53, 112, 179, 180,

181. 205
HalTtok, 207, 208
Halles, 53
Hallet, 128
Halliot, 128
Hallock, 58
Ham, 16, 143, 186
Hamilton, 57, 62
Hammon, 76
Hammond, 56
Hampe, 17
Hancock, 90, 162
Hand, 63
Handley, 71, 134
Haneraet, 144
Hanson, 209
Hapborne, 54
Harberd, 205
Harbottle, 195
Harden, 184
Hardenberg, 82
Hardenbergh, 157
Hardenbroek, 10, 88,

142, 183, 184, 188
Hardenburgh, 5
Harder, 19
Hardin, 53
Harding. 75
Harhgenbergen, 85
Haring, 84, 143
Harley, 76
Harmond, 53
Harper, 71
Harris, 52, 113, 139, 140,

179. 205
Harrison, 27, 52, 63, 180,

i8i
Harrisson, 77
Harsse, 81
Harssen. 142, 189
Hart, 138, 209
Hartcastle, 204
Harte, 206
Hartley, 208
Hartman. 71
Hartranft, 157
Hartwell, 53
Harvard, in
Harvy, 53, 76
Harvye, 204
Hasbrook, 63
Hasbrouck, 3, 152, 153
Hasebrigge, 43
Hasell. 63
Haskins, 79, 80
Hassink, 12
Hatfield, 62, 89, 90, 95,

T77' 178
Hatter, 106
Hauxhurst, 208
Havens, 39, 41, 48, 103
Havcnson, 103
Haver, 87
Haviland, 88
Ha^^kins, 76, 204
Hawkyns, 76
Hawley, fa
Haxwocd, 205



Hayes, 63, 76, 106, 120,

204
Haynes, 53, 55, 75, 204
Hayt, 70. 74
Haywood, 54
Hazard, 112
Hazen, 177
Heath, 53
Hebert. 105
Hedger. 54
Heerman, 83, 185
Heermance, 4
Heermans, 84
Heermanse, 152
Hegeman, 154
Heitaker, 142
Hellakes, 7
Helling. 13, 189
Helter, 13
Hems, 56
Henderson, 106, 113,

133- 137
Hendnkse, 187
Henion, 9
Hennen, 144
Hennigar, 181, 182
Herder, 188
Hereman, 85, 143
Herlulfsson, 165
Herps. 10
Herrick, 193
Herring, 186
Herringman, 44
Herrman, i, 2, 3, 57,

65, 113
Hertel, 183
Hewling, 53
Heyer, 83, 84, 88, 144,

183, 184, 185
Hey ward, 78
Hibon, 85, 142
Hicks, 63
Higgins, 77
Hill, 54, 62, 69, 71, 195,

205
Hillegas, 162
Hilyard, 56
Hinds, 139
Hitteg, 144
Hix, 53
Hixon. 77
Hi.xson, 55
Hoagland, 63
Hoard, 70, 135
Hodge, 158
Hodgets. 77
Hodgson, 53
Hoes, 63, no, ni. 127
Hoffman, 6g, 71, no
Hofman. 189
Holcomb, 133, 137
Hoi com be, 63
Holdridge, 70, 73
Holland, 55
Holman, 106
Holmes, 76. 208
Holsapel, 146
Hoist, 14, 144
Horn, 184
Homes, 54, 204
Horns, 184
Hone, 112, 151
Honnywell. 205
Hoofmanin, 14
Hoogclandt, 141
Hoogland, 8, 9, 10, 12,

13, 14, 184
Hooglandt, 83, 145
Hoogtelling, 152
Hooper, 106
Hoornbeck, 5
Hopkins, 53, 63, 75,

104, 113, 208, 209



Index of NiWies in Volume XXIL



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Hopkinson, 57
Hoppe, 8, 12, 14, 83. 85,

87, 142, 147, 185,

190
Hopper, 146
Hopson, 63
Hornor, 158
Horsford, 41
Horth, 75
Horton, 19, 192
Houffh, ig6, 197, 205



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