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1024. Annie.

1025. Tobias.

1026. Mary Ella: b. in 1852: d. Dec. 25, 1857, 5, 5, 29.

1027. Emma: b. in 1855: d. Oct. 22, 1862, 7, 6, 8.

595. CorneUa Wvnkoop, (Evert 336, Hezekiah 136, Tobias 40,
Evert 4, Cornelius i :) married Samuel Griffin, of Palenville,
Greene County, N. Y.



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Children of Samuel and Cornelia (W.) Griffin:

1028. Charles Griffin.

1029. Lucy Griffin.

1030. Ida Griffin.

603. AHda Catalina Wynkoop, (Cornelius 350, Tobias 141,
Tobias 40, Evert 4, Cornelius i,) born March 3, 1816, Kaatsbaan
church: died December 9, 1882, near Saxton, Ulster County,
N. Y. : married, December 6, 1836, Kaatsbaan church, Garret
Nelson Abeel. They lived in Palenville, Greene County, N. Y.

Children of Garret N. and Alida C. Abeel :

1031. David E. Abeel: m. in July, 1880, Margaret A. Garrison,
daughter of Alanson A., of West Saugerties.

1032. Augustus Abeel.

1033. Nelly C. Abeel: m. Schutt.

1034. Romeyn Abeel: b. Oct. 6, 1846: d. Dec. 25, 1846.

631. Alonzo Wynkoop, (John 362, Petrus 142, Tobias 40,
Evert 4, Cornelius i,) born May 20, 1831 : married, February 12,
1862, Catharine Miller, who died August 26, 1866. They lived
in Manchester, Ontario County, N. Y.

Child of Alonzo and Catharine Wynkoop :

1035. Catharine: b. about 1864.

633. Emeline Wynkoop, (John 362, Petrus 142, Tobias 40,
Evert 4, Cornelius I,) bom June 14, 1836: married, in May, 1866,
Gould Birdseye. They lived in Gorham, Ontario County, N. Y.

Child of Gould and Emeline Birdseye :

1036. John Wynkoop Birdseye: m. in 1898, Florence Henry.
639. Catharine Wynkoop, (Cornelius 365, John 144, Cornelius,

44, Gerret 5, Cornelius I,) bom about 1790: married, about 1810,
John Newell.

Children of John and Catharine Newell :

1037. George W. Newell: b. in 1813: m., about 1844, Amelia J.
Slack.

1038. John Blackledge Newell: b. Oct. 25, 1816: m., Oct. 13,
1847, Eliza F. Tillyer.

1039. Margaret N. Newell: b. in 1818: m. Charles Martindale.

1040. Sydonia N. Newell: b. about 1819.

1041. David F. Newell: b. about 1820: d. in infancy.

1042. Catharine Anne Newell: b. about 1824: m, Thomas
Worthington.

646. David Wynkoop, (John 370, Gerardus, 153, Gerrit 45,



132 Wynkoop Genealogy

Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born December 7, 1788: died December 6,
1864: married, April 5, 181 2, Emma Morgan, born August 6,
1788, died January 31, 1864.

Children of David and Emma Wynkoop :

1043. John: b. Feb. 4, 1813: m. Caroline Olinda Kingsley.

1044. Ely M.: b. Oct. 19, 1814: d. Aug. i, 1841: unmarried.

1045. Isaac William: b. Mch. 31, 181 6: m. Mary Anne Ren-
wick.

1046. Thomas Morgan: b. Apl. 22, 1820: m. Elizabeth R.

Kingsley.

1047. James Rogers: b. Oct. 16, 1823: m. Susan Van der Voort.

1048. Eliza Anne: b. Sept. 15, 1825: m., Oct. 28, 1849, Morris
Underwood, b. in 1823. They live at Clarence Hollow,
Erie County, N. Y.

1049. Rebecca Watson: b. Oct. 15, 1828: d. Mch. 23, 1859: un-
married.

647. Isaac Wynkoop, (John 370, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45.
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born February 16, 1791: died March 5,
187 1 : married, August 16,1815, Anne Winder, born October 27,
1800, daughter of John and Mary (Booz) Winder. The widow
lived in Lebanon, Boone County, Ind.

Children of Isaac and Anne Wynkoop :

1050. Mary Anne: b. Mch. 18, 1818: d. July 6, 1855: m. Jared
King. They had no child.

1051. Elizabeth: b. Feb. 12, 1820: m., ist, Aaron Harris, and
had 12 children. Harris died in the Union army, in 1863.
Elizabeth m., 2d, Ebenezer Dixon, and lived in Kansas.

1052. James Winder: b. Jan. 23, 1822: m. Amanda Golener.

1053. John: b. Dec. 21, 1823: m. Mary Anne Pierce. They
lived in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

1054. Sarah: b. Feb. 5, 1826: m. Logan De Witt.

1055. Mercy: b. Feb. 2, 1828: d. Mch. 2, 1858: m. Reason
Wood, and had one child, a son.

1056. Bridget: b. Feb. 23, 1830: m. William Henry Hall, who d.
in the Union army. They lived in Whitestown, Ind.

1057. Henry Clay: b. Feb. 9, 1832 : m. Margaret Harpool. They
lived in Lebanon, Ind.

1058. Abner: b. Jan. 16, 1834: m. Mary Anne Wilson. They
lived in Cossmantown, Texas.

1059. Catharine: b. June 26, 1836: m. Elba Hopkins.



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1060. Rebecca Jane : b. Sept. 8, 1838: m. John A. Brown. They
Hved in Lebanon.

1061. Gerardus: b. Aug. 16, 1840.

1062. David: b. Sept. 29, 1842: m. Mary Jane Fulwider. They
Hved in Lebanon.

652. Isaac Wynkoop, (Isaac 371, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornehus i :) married, ist, Rachel Hunt, daughter of
John; married, 2d, Maria Scudder, daughter of Abner and
Phoebe (Howell) Scudder. Maria died shortly after marriage.

Child of Isaac and Maria Wynkoop ;

1063. Edward.

6o4. Mary Wynkoop, (Isaac 371, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) died November 8, 1842: married Ralph
Lanning, who died May 4, 1843, aged 47 years, son of Amos and
Lois (Reed) Lanning. Ralph was, for many years, an elder of
the church in Ewing, N. J.

Children of Ralph and Mary Lanning:

1064. Isaac Lanning: m. Ruth Van Schaick. He was a lawyer,
in Trenton, N. J.

1065. Phoebe Lanning: m. Charles Torbert, of Bucks County,
Penn.

1066. Theodore Lanning: m. Eliza Van Schaick.

1067. Rebecca Lanning: m. Simon Prall, of Penn.

1068. Amos Lanning: m. Elizabeth Wilkins.

1069. David Lanning: m. Caroline Brearley, daughter of James
and Mehetable (Smith) Brearley, of Lawrenceville.

1070. Elizabeth Lanning: m. Simon Van Arsdalen, of Penn.

1 07 1. Gerardus Lanning: m. Amanda Norton.

1072. Wihiam Lanning: m. Catharine Burroughs, daughter of
Reu and Asenath (Matthews) Burroughs, of Hopewell.

1073. Ralph Augustus Lanning.

656. EHzabeth Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom March 20, 1787: died September
8, 1876, in Trenton, N. J.: married, March 14, 1811, Elias Gilky-
son, who died about 1873, aged 84 years. They lived in Bucks
County, Penn. ; and afterwards at Yarleyville, in the same State.

Elizabeth had kept house for her grandfather, after the death
of her grandmother, and until her own marriage.

Children of EHas and Elizabeth Gilkyson:

1074. James Gilkyson: a lawyer, in Doylestown, Penn.



134 Wynkoop Genealogy

1075. Albert Gilkyson. He lived in Jersey City.

1076. John Wynkoop Gilkyson. He was, at one time, deputy
sheriff, at Orrsville, Cal.

1077. Stephen Rose Gilkyson. He was, in 1861, Captain of
Comp. A, 6th Reg. N. J. Inf., and served for three years,
and returned as Lieut. -Col. He raised the 40th Reg. N. J.,
and served until the close of the war. He was wounded in
the second battle of Bull Run, and in the Wilderness.

1078. Caroline Gilkyson: m. Theodore Wallace Hill, and lived in
Trenton, N. J.

659. Sarah Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45.
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom May 17, 1795: died about August,
1879, in Columbus, O. : married in September, 1813, Edward C.
Corbett, who died September 6, 1868. They were then living on
land in Clarion County, Penn. Mrs. Corbett lived, afterwards,
with her daughter, Mrs. Wray, in Ashley, O.

Children of Edward C. and Sarah Corbett :

1079. Wynkoop Corbett. He Hved in Waterloo, Black Hawk
County, Iowa.

1080. Wilson Corbett. He was severely wounded, and taken
prisoner, at the battle of Fredericksburg, and was never
heard of afterwards.

1 08 1. John Corbett. He lived at Belleville, Kirkland Co., O.

1082. Miles Corbett. He was mayor of Ouray, Cal., in 1879.

1083. Sarah Corbett: m. King, of Kingsville, Clarion

County, Penn.

1084. Phoebe Corbett: m. McCune. She lived with Mrs.

King.

1085. Corbett : m. Mills. She also lived with Mrs.

King.
J086. Corbett: m. James L. Wray, and lived at Ashley,

Delaware Co., O.
1087.
1088.
1089.

661. John Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) died in August, i860: married Elizabeth
Corbett, niece of Edward C, who married John's sister Sarah.
He lived in Clarion County, Penn., for some years, and then re-
moved to Forest County, where he engaged in the lumber busi-



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ness. He was a county commissioner for six years, and a
magistrate for several years.

Children of John and Elizabeth Wynkoop :

1090. Curtis. Lived in Alleghany Co., Penn., probably.

1 09 1. Francis. Lived somewhere "at the West."

1092. Miles. Lived in Brookville, Jefferson Co., Penn.,
probably.

1093.
1094.

1095-

663. Mary Anne Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born June 20, 1806: died June 17,
1889: married, in May, 1824, Joseph O'Harra, of Columbus,
Ohio, who died March 17, 1864.

They bought land on Darby Run, fourteen miles from Colum-
bus, shortly after their marriage ; and the widow lived there with
her son Gerardus.

Children of Joseph and Mary A. O'Harra:

1096. Joseph O'Harra: drowned in Darby Run, aged 5 years.

1097. James Gilkyson O'Harra: b. Dec. 9, 1828: m. Jane
Beach.

1098. Garret Wynkoop O'Harra: b. Aug. 16, 1830: m. Rachel A.
Bailey.

1099. Anne Maria O'Harra: b. Nov. 2, 1832: m. John R. Rea-
son.

iioo. Russell Bigelow O'Harra: b. Mch. 15, 1835: m. Sarah E.

Sessler.
iioi. William Martin O'Harra: b. in 1837: m. Elica Beach.

1102. Gerardus Miles O'Harra: b. June 15, 1841: unmarried.

664. Susan Wynkoop, (Gerrit 372, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom June 3, 1808: married February i,
1827, Amos Meneley, a Virginian, by birth, who died June 3,
1 86 1. His family name was McNeely, originally.

They opened a hotel on Friend Street, Columbus, O., shortly
after their marriage; and they kept it for 30 years.

The widow was living in Columbus, in 1879, with her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Corbett.

Children of Amos and Susan Meneley :

1103. Rosalia Amy Meneley : b. Dec. 6, 1827: m. Apl. 20, 1848,
Gerardus Corbett, who died about 1878.



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1104. John Meneley : b. June 8, 1830: m. Mch. 30, 1851, Caroline

Brown, of Madison Co., who d. in Oct., 1866.
H05. Garret Meneley: b. Dec. 20, 1831: d. Aug. 27, 1836.

1106. Mary Virginia Meneley: b. Oct. 26, 1839: m. July 3, 1861,
Theodore Jones, of Columbus. He was Lieut. -Col., in
1 86 1, of the 30th Reg. 0. Inf.; and he became Colonel.
He was taken prisoner at the battle of Antietam, and was
confined in Libby Prison, for two weeks. He was with
Gen'l William T. Sherman, in the march to the sea ; and he
returned home as brevet Brig.-Gen'l.

665. Matthew B. Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153,
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married, ist, Ehzabeth Work:
married, 2d, Mary Van Lear. [Van Her = of the lyre]. He
lived in Marion, Indiana County, Penn.

Children of Matthew B. and Elizabeth Wynkoop :

1107. John.

1 108. Agnes.

1 109. Jane,
mo. Elizabeth.

Children of Matthew B. and Mary Wynkoop:
nil. Robert C.

11 12. Lucinda.

1 1 13. William.

1 1 14. Matthew B. He lived in Brady, Indiana Co., Penn.

1 1 15. James S.

1 1 16. George S.

11 1 7. Emily.

1 1 18. Gerardus.

667. Gerardus Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) died in July, i860, in Zanesville, Ohio:
married Nancy Farrell, of Hagerstown, Md., who died in 1868, in

Zanesville.

Children of Gerardus and Nancy Wynkoop :

1 1 19. Mary Anne. She died in infancy.

1120. James M.: d. in 1868, in Zanesville. He lived in the
South, and served in the Rebel army, and was in the en-
gagements at Pensacola and Pittsburg Landing; and, at
Murfreesboro, he was taken prisoner.

He had been a member of the ist Reg. Ohio Vol., in the
war against Mexico.



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1121. John B.; d. in his i8th year, in Raymond, Miss. He was
for a short time, editor of the Zanesville Aurora, and he
contributed leading articles to the Louisville Courier, and
essays and poems, to several other journals.

1 122. Matthew Bennett: b. Feb. i6, 1830: m. Susie V. Hanlin.

1 1 23. Gerardus. He died in infancy.

1 1 24. William N. He also died in infancy.

1 1 25. Henry W. : b. Dec. 31, 1837: m. Mary C. Wilson.

668. David Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married Jane McCune, of Indiana County,
Penn. He was subsequently a planter in Muskingum County,
Ohio.

Children of David and Jane McC. Wynkoop :

1 1 26. Hannah.

1 1 27. Elizabeth.

1 1 28. Margaret.

1 1 29. Matilda.

1 130. Julia Anne.

1 131. David A.

669. John Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom August 3, 1804: died December 23,
1880: married, March i, 1827, Jane Mosgrove, of Kittanning,
Armstrong County, Penn. He lived in Strattonville, Clarion
County, Penn. His widow was living, in 1886, in Worth ville,
Jefferson County, Penn., with her daughter, Mrs. Geist.

Children of John and Jane Wynkoop :

1132. Jane; b. Mch. 6, 1828: d. in infancy.

1 133. Matthew:, b. Mch. 17, 1829: m. Elizabeth W. Wright.

1134. Mary Anne: b. July 6, 1831: m., ist, Feb. 2, 1854, Capt.
John McNutt, of Clarion Co., Penn., who died Oct. i, 1879.
He kept a store in Worth ville. She married, 2d, Alvin
Startzel.

1 135. Elizabeth Thomasine : b. Apl. 13, 1835: m., Nov. 12, 1863,
Christopher Thompson, who d. June 18, 1886. He was a
planter, at Mechanicsville, Clarion Co. The widow lived
in Frampton, in the same county.

1 136. IsabeUa F. : b. Aug. 16, 1837: m., Nov. 27, 1855, Samuel
Cale, of Shippensburg, Columbia Co., Penn. They lived
in Corsica, Jefferson Co.

1137. Rebecca Jane: b. Jan. 28, 1840: m. Jesse G. Geist.



138 Wynkoop Genealogy

1138. James H. : b. Sept. 2, 1842. He entered the Union army,
in 1863: was wounded at the battle of Cold Harbor, Va. ;
and died June 3, 1864.

1139. Caroline: b. Sept. 13, 1844: d. Aug. 3, 1854.

1140. John C. : b. Sept. 15, 1847: d. Oct. 29, 1848.

670. Eliza R. Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Garardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married William Martin. They lived
in Cunningham, Clarion County, Penn.

Children of William and Eliza R. Martin :

1 141. John W. Martin.

1 142. Sarah R. Martin.

1 143. Margaret J. S. Martin.

1 144. Maria P. Martin.

671. William Wynkoop, (Matthew 373, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married Mary Smouse, of Indiana
County, Penn.

Child of William and Mary Wynkoop :

1145. David: b. Aug. 3, 1827: m. Margaret Montgomery.

675. James Wynkoop, (David 374, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born October 17, 1800: married, February
22, 1826, Mary Wood, of Philadelphia. He was a planter, near
Mount Vernon, O.

Children of James and Mary Wynkoop :

1146. David: m. Elizabeth Farley, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky,
and lived near that place.

1 147. William: m. Jane Mary Somers, of Knox County, O., and
was a planter in that county.

1 148. Margaretta: m. Norman Bliss. She survived him, and
lived in Jasper County. Iowa.

1 149. Catharine.

1150. Mary.

677. Stephen Rose Wynkoop, Rev., (David 374, Gerardus 153,
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born November 24, 1806, in
Northampton, Bucks County, Penn.; died, June 8, 1876, in
Princeton, N. J., of pneumonia: married, August 24, 1836, Au-
relia Mills, bom November 26, 1800, died December 26, 1891,
daughter of Judge Isaac and Abigail (Phelps) Mills, the former of
New Haven, Conn., and the latter of Stafford Springs, Tolland
County, in the same State. The family name, Mills, was origin-
ally Van der Meulen, or Molen, that is, of the mills.



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Stephen was graduated at Union College, in 1829. His first
occupation was that of teacher, in Albany, N. Y., and in Ohio.
He accompanied Rev. John Leighton Wilson, to Africa, in
1833-34, upon a tour of investigation, on behalf of the American
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, exploring the
western coast, to select a favorable location for a mission. He
entered the seminary, in Princeton, N. J., in 1834, and spent two
years in study; but his health had been impaired by a fever
resulting from his African trip, and his studies were delayed.
However, he was licensed by the presbytery of New Brunswick,
February 8, 1837, and was ordained by them, August 7, 1838;
and he then took charge of the First Presbyterian Church, in
Wilmington, Del. It was in a very low condition, spiritually and
secularly; but, under his labors, it soon showed signs of growth
and prosperity. He was installed as pastor, January 22, 1839, by
the presbytery of Newcastle. The relation thus constituted
proved to be a very happy one, and continued in unbroken
harmony, and great usefulness, for nearly twenty years, in which
period, continuous and numerous additions were made to the
church, to which he ministered with fervor and success as a
preacher, and with remarkable fidelity as a pastor. In the
autumn of 1857, his health had become feeble, and he felt
constrained to go southward, for the winter. He offered his
resignation; but the church declined to receive it, with strong ex-
pressions of attachment to their pastor ; but they granted to him
leave of absence for a year. He then went to Florida; but, in
the spring following, his health was not restored, and his voice
was incapable of preaching service, and he again presented his
resignation, and the pastoral relation was dissolved, April 13,
1858. The three years following were spent by him at New
Haven, where his two sons were in college. The years from 1862
to 1868 were spent chiefly in travel, with sojourns in many
places of interest, in this country and in Europe. In 1869,
he settled down in Princeton, N. J., which was his residence
thenceforth, until the end of his life. His son, Theodore,
had become a missionary to northern India, and the parents
left home, in August, 1870, and made a visit to their son,
of more than a year, reaching home again in August, 1872.

He was a modest, true, kindhearted man, instructive as a
preacher, faithful and beloved as a pastor, honored by his



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brethren, and successful in the whole work of the ministry. His
widow made her home with her son, then pastor of the Western
Presbyterian Church, Washington, D. C.^44

He was tall and spare in figure, and had a calm and intellectual
face. The compiler met with him, in the city of New York; and,
with his widow, in Washington, in 1880.

Children of Rev. Stephen and Aurelia Wynkoop :

1 151. Theodore Stephen, Rev.: b. Nov. 22, 1839: married Oct.
10, 1893, at Georgetown, D. C, Mary Mason Dodge, only
daughter of William and SalHe E. (Mason) Dodge.

He was graduated at Yale College, in 1861, and subse-
quently at the seminary, in Princeton: was ordained
October 13, 1864, and installed pastor of the 2d Pres-
byterian Church, Huntington, L. I., N.Y. : the pastoral
relation was dissolved in October, 1868: and he sailed for
India, as missionary, in November, 1868, and was sta-
tioned at Allahabad, in northern India.

He returned to the United States, in September, 1876,
and was installed as pastor of the Western Presbyterian
Church, Washington, D. C, October 23, 1878. His resig-
nation of that pastorate was approved August 21, 1893, by
the presbytery of Washington City, and he closed his
ministry there, Sunday, August 27. He and his wife
sailed from New York, October 14, 1893 ; and, on January
4, 1894, he took charge of his new office, as Secretary of the
North India Bible Society. In the May following, he was
made honorary secretary of the North India Tract Society.

1 152. Gerardus Hillis, M.D.: b. June 4, 1843: m. Anne Eliza
Woodbury.

678. Henr}^ Wynkoop, (David 374, Gerardus 153, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom January 16, 1809: married, October
9, 1833, Lydia Cornell, born September 30, 1814. He was a
planter at Brownsbury, Columbia County, Penn. ; and, after-
wards, at Taylorsville, Bucks County.

Children of Henry and Lydia Wynkoop :

1153. Stephen R. : b. Feb. i, 1835: d. Oct. 6, 1843.

1 1 54. Louisa Anne: b. Sept. 3, 1836: m., Jan. 11, i860, James
B. Jamison. They lived in Taylorsville.

1 1 55. Ellen K. : b. Mch. 8, 1839: m. Samuel T. Buckman.

'•'•''• Necrological report to the alumni of the seminary at Princeton, 1877.



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1 156. Mary: b. May lo, 1S41.

1 157. David: b. Jan. 20, 1S44: d. Sept. 11, 1844.

1158. Henry: b. Aug. 17, 1847: m. Feb. 17, 1870, Emily G.
Nippes, dau. of Henry and Anna (Kenderdine) Nippes,
and their dau., Anna, m. Lieut. George Marvell.

1 159. Harriet B: ni. — ■ Quick.

681. Thomas Langstroth Wynkoop, (WilHam 375, Gerardus
153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, CorneHus i,) born January 18, 1802:
married, January 11, 1827, EHzabeth Torbert, bom November
14, 1798, daughter of James and Margaret Torbert. He was a
planter, in Bucks County, Penn.

Children of Thomas L. and Elizabeth Wynkoop:

1160. James Torbert: b. Apl. 8, 1829: m., Jan. 13, 1853,
Rachel Cornell, b. Nov. 4, 183 1, daughter of William and
Margaret (Stevens) Cornell. He was a planter, in Bucks
County.

1161. Catharine Langstroth: b. Aug. 11, 1831: m., Feb. 22,
1854, Anthony T. Vansant, a planter in Bucks County.
[Van Zand = of the sand.]

1 162. William: b. July i, 1835: m. Rachel A. Blaker.

1163. Samuel Torbert : b. Sept. 29, 1837: m. Eliza Conly Snyder.

1164. Thomas Henry: b. Aug. 28, 1841 : d. June 17, 1862. He
was a member of the 104th Reg. Penn. Vol., and was
transferred to the gun-boat Mound City, and was killed
by her explosion. There were two rebel batteries, at St.
Charles, White River, Ark. ; and, at the storming of them,
a cannon ball penetrated the vessel, and pierced her
boiler. Out of 175 men on the vessel, only 26 survived. ^-+5

682. Gerardus Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born May 6, 1803: died in 1889:
married, ist, December 27, 1832, Matilda McNair, born August
2, 181 1, died April 16, 1852: married, 2d, October 19, 1856,
Isabella Craven, born January 28, 1825, daughter of John and
Elizabeth Craven. He was a planter, in Bucks County, Penn.

Children of Gerardus and Matilda Wynkoop :

1165. Susan Baker: b. June i, 1S36: m. Dec. 30, 1868, Elias E.
Smith, M.D., and settled in Newtown, Penn.

1166. Emeline Elizabeth: b. Apl. 7, 1842: m. Feb. 11, 1869,
William Patterson, of Doylestown, Penn.

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1 167. Mary Alice: b. Aug. 22, 1844: m. Elijah Torbert.
Children of Gerardus and Isabella Wynkoop :

1 168. Matilda Emma: b. Sept. 29, 1857: m. John L. Janney.

1169. George Craven : b. Jan. 7, 1859: d. May, 1891: unmarried.

1 1 70. Elizabeth: b. June i, 1863.

684. Catharine Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born September 24, 1806: died Decem-
ber 18, 1834: married, October 14, 1824, James B. McNair, M.D.
They settled in Pennington, N. J.

Children of Dr. James B. and Catharine McNair:

1 17 1. WiUiam McNair. A Presbyterian minister.

1172.

II73-
1174.

II75-

686. Christopher Langstroth Wynkoop, (William 375, Gerar-
dus 153, Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born September 2,
1 8 10: married, July 25, 1835, Catharine Maria Wyckoff. He
lived in Pennington, N. J.; and, afterwards, in Newtown, Penn.
He delved among the family and other records, in pursuit of
some landed interests ; and from him the compiler derived con-
siderable information.

Children of Christopher L. and Catharine M. Wynkoop :

1 176. James Stephenson.

1 177. Sarah Reynolds: m., in 1863, William Shelmire.

1 178. Samuel Wyckoff: a private in the 54th Reg. Penn. Vol.

1179. Mary.

693. Susan Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married Isaac Baker, of Princeton, N. J.
Children of Isaac and Susan Baker:

1 180. Elias Baker: m. Ehzabeth Craig Burroughs.

1 181. Phoebe Baker: m., ist, WilHam Ely; m., 2d, Alexander
Hamilton.

1 182. Stephen Baker: m. Kate Ashfield.

1 183. Samuel Baker: m. Mary McNair.

1184. Elizabeth Rose Baker: b. Nov. 30, 1837: m. Rev. Dr.
Joseph T. Duryea.

693. Caroline Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153,
Gerrit 45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married John Gulick, of King-
ston, N. J.



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Children of John and Caroline Gulick :

1 185. Henry Gulick.

1 186. Harriet Gulick.

1 1 87. Hannah Gulick.

694. David Wiley, (Susan Wynkoop 376, Gerardus 153, Gerrit
45, Gerret 5, Cornelius i ;) married Elizabeth Welling, daughter
of Isaac. They lived in Pennington, N. J.

1 188. Isabella Wiley.

1 189. Welling Wiley.

;p- 710. Garret Wynkoop, (Garrett 381, Adrian 154, Gerrit 45,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married, in 1841, Julia Adelaide Mountz,
who died October 26, 1872, daughter of Jacob and Pamelia
Mountz, of Georgetown, D. C. He was in mercantile business, in
Hedgesville, W. Va., from 1840.

Children of Garret and Julia A. Wynkoop :

1190. Pamelia Winter: m. Dr. Lafayette H. Jordan, of Mount


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