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Jackson, Shenandoah Co., Va.

1 191. Mary Emma: m., May 22, 1883, Rev. William Thomas
Leavell, rector of the P. E. church, at Hedgesville and at
Berkeley Springs, Va.

1 192. Adrian Garret: m., Oct. 14, 1891, Mary Brooke Yates, of
Flowing Springs, Va. He was a lawyer, at Woodstock,
Va. ; and he is of the firm of Wynkoop, Walter, & Co.,
real estate agents, at Charlestown, W. Va. : and he is, or
was, president of the real estate exchange.

1 193. Julia Adelaide: m. D^'^ti^s'Decimus Carter, M.D., of
Maryland.

1 194. Clara Virginia: m., in 187?, Rev. James Owen Dorsey, of
the Episcopal church.

1 195. William Hamilton: died aged 18 months,

712. Anne Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born September 18,
1788 : married, June 6, 1820, Rev. Alexander Boyd, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, at Newtown, Penn.

Children of Rev. Alexander and Anne Boyd:

1 196. Reading Beattie Boyd: b. Feb. 12, 1821 : studied medicine,
and went as U. S. assistant surgeon, to Oregon or Wash-
ington: left the army, and settled there. ^^6

^^^ Record of the Family of Charles Beatty; and Mrs. Mary Bea'tie
Harvey.



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1197. James Worth Boyd: b. Mch. 18, 1828. He was in the war
against Mexico, and was seized by a disease of whicli he
died in hospital, in Cincinnati.

1198. Henry Beattie Boyd: b. in May, 1832: d. aged 4 mos.
714. Charles Clinton Beattie, M.D., (Christina Wynkoop 390,

Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom Aug-
ust 27, 1793: d. in March, 1876: married, in November, 1822,
Rebecca Vanuxem, of Morrisville, Penn., who died October 9,
1864. She was sister to James, Jun., mentioned under 392.

In 1825, he removed from Penn's Manor to Abington; and
retired from the practice of medicine shortly after and settled
upon a plantation. He was a ruling elder of the Abington
church, and superintendent of the Sabbath-school: also one of
the pubHc school directors. He sold his plantation, after the
death of his daughter and his wife, and lived with his sisters in
Abington.

Child of Dr. Charles C. and Rebecca Beattie:

1 199. Ellen Beattie: b. Sept. 27, 1823: d. in 1863. She was an
invalid, for the greater part of her life.

716. Mary Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born January 6, 1798:
died February 28, 1887: married, October 20, 1820, Rev. Robert
Steel, born January 9, 1794, in the north of Ireland, died Septem-
ber 2, 1862. He was pastor of the Abington church. His
widow remained in Abington.

Children of Rev. Robert and Mary Steel :

1200. Anne Elizabeth Steel : b. Sept. 10, 1823: m., Oct. 21, 1845,
John J. C. Harvey, a planter, near Abington, afterwards,
of Jenkintown. He was superintendent of the erection of
the Presbyterian church in Abington, and of the mission
chapel in Jenkintown. He was a member of the State
Legislature.

1201. Christina Beattie Steel: b. May 5, 1825. She was engaged
in teaching, for a time: afterwards, she lived with her
mother, and was active in the church and Sabbath-school.

1202. Reading Beattie Steel: b. June 3, 1829: was drowned June
10, 1847, while bathing in the Delaware River. He was
then a member of Lafayette College, Easton. Penn,

1203. James Henry Steel: b. Sept. 9. 1831, d. Aug. 22, 1832.

1204. Robert Boileau Steel: b. July 10, 1833: d. Aug. 31, 1834.



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1205. Sarah Wilson Steel: b. July 8, 1836: d. Apl. 15, 1865,
suddenly, while apparently in perfect health.

1206. Charles Beattie Steel: b. July 8, 1838: d. July 20, 1838.

1207. Mary Beattie Steel; b. Dec. 30, 1839: m. Dr. Samuel B.
Harvey.

717. John Beattie, (Christina Wynkoop 390, Judge Henry 157,
Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born May 13, 1800: married,
ist, April 16, 1828, Emily P. Moore, who died July 17, 1829,
eldest daughter of Dr. Samuel Moore, of Philadelphia: married,
2d, December 4, 1833, Mary Asheton Henry, of Evansburg, Penn.,
who was living in 1873.

He lived with his parents, at Newtown, Penn., after the death
of his first wife, for about a year. He bought from Dr. Moore,
land at Bridgepoint, and occupied it, 1831-41: then he sold it,
and occupied other land in the neighborhood. He entered into
the coal business, at Port Carbon, in 1842, and left it in 1844, and
removed to the manse in Abington, which he occupied for three
years. Thence he removed to Huntington, where he remained
until 1856, and then settled in Doylestown. He was a ruling
elder of the churches, in Port Carbon, Abington, and Doylestown,
respectively. He was 6 feet 3 inches in height.

Child of John and Emily P. Beattie :

1208. Emily Beattie: b. July 4, 1829: m., Oct. 12, 1858, George
F. Curwen, a planter, of Walnut Hill.

Children of John and Mary A. Beattie :

1209. Reading Beattie: b. Sept. 2., 1834: m., Feb. 19, 1S56,
Harriet A. Moorhead.

1210. Frances Henry Beattie: b. Nov. 5, 1837: m., Nov. 9,
1861, Capt. Robert Holmes, U. S. Vol.

121 1. Joseph Henry Beattie: b. Mch. 11, 1840: m., Oct. 24,
1865, Olive M. Keams, of Potterfield, Penn.

1212. Susan Asheton Beattie: b. Nov. 30, 1842.

720. Henry Raguet, (Anne Wynkoop 391, Judge Henry 157,
Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i :) married Marcia A. Towers,
and removed to Cincinnati. He removed thence to Texas, before
it had achieved its independence.

Children of Henry and Marcia A. Raguet :

1 213. Conde Raguet: m. Fannie .

1 2 14. Augusta Amelia Raguet, who died in the Borough of Man-
hattan, New York City, December 18, 1902: m. Leonard



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Mortimer Thorne, of New York City. The compiler first
saw the family motto, in an engraving upon a piece of
silverware in her possession. As to this motto, see Judge
Henry [157].

1 2 15. Henry Raguet: m. Pamie 0. Starr; but had no child.
His widow married Clapp.

1 21 6. Anna W. Raguet: m. Irion.

1 217. Charles Mansfield Raguet: m. Belle Edwards; and had
one child.

733. John Wanshaer Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born September 9,
1794, in Newtown, Bucks County, Penn. : died July i, 1837, in
Pottsville, Schuylkill County: married, March 4, 1819, Angeline
C. Estill, who died April 13, 1877, daughter of Britton Estill, of
Philadelphia. He is described as a man of great cultivation and
refinement.

Some pleasant verses of his, addressed "To sister Mary,"
written in 1832, found their way into the Home Journal, New
York, February 23, 1856, under the appropriate title of "The
Voyage of Life." They were given in the supplement to the
second edition of this genealogy.

Children of John W. and Angeline Wynkoop :

1 2 18. Francis Murray, Col.: b. in 1820: m. Anna McK. D.
Twiggs.

1219. Anna Maria: b. Jan. 26, 1821: m. Thomas Ives Atwood.

1220. Emily: b. in 1824: m., ist, in 185 1, Dr. Thomas Kempton,
who d. 9 months afterward; m., 2d, in 1854, Col. William
Brindle, of Penn. She died March 15, 1865, and her child,
Margaret Petrikin, died three hours later, aged one month.

1221. John Estill, Col.: b. in 1S26: m., ist, Harriet Halberstadt;
m., 2d, Annie Halberstadt.

1222. Charles Shippen: b. in 1828: m. Catharine Carmichael.

1223. George, Lieut. -Col.: b. in 1830: m. Mary Trayer.

1224. Edward Wanshaer, Col.: b. in 1836: m. Louisa Brown.
734. Henry Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry 157,

Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born February 23, 1804:
married, ist, in 1827, Elizabeth Estill, daughter of Britton:
married, 2d, Catharine Alexander Snell, daughter of Captain
James and Mary (Gordon) Snell.

Children of Henry and Elizabeth Wynkoop :



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1225. George Campbell: b. in 1828: ni. , who died, leav-
ing 3 children, Anna, Etta, and . He lived in San

Francisco, Cal.

1226. Isabella: b. Oct. 20, 1834: m. Jonas White Cole.

725. George Campbell Wynkoop, Gen'l, (Dr. Nicholas 393,
Judge Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5> Cornelius i,) born Febru-
ary 27, 1806: died September 29, 1882, in Pottsville, Penn. :
married March 24, 1831, Mary Walker.

He was one of the four brigadiers from Pennsylvania, in the
3 months service, during the war for the Union. Afterwards, he
commanded the 7th Penn. Cav., in Tennessee, where his son,
Nicholas, was killed.

He lived in Pottsville, and was elected sheriff, in 1867, on the
Republican ticket.

Children of Gen'l GeOrge C. and Mary Wynkoop:

1227. Nicholas, Lieut.: b. Dec. 25, 1831: m. Almira Herman.

1228. Sarah Elizabeth: b. Mch. 27, 1833: d. Jan. 3, 1859: m.
May 5, 1858, George Heebner.

1229. Helen Campbell: b. Feb. 27, 1835.

1230. Anna Maria: b. Feb. 18, 1837: m. James H. B. Warfield.

1231. Mary Pastrome: b. Dec, 1838: d. Dec. 8, 1841.

1232. Isabella Town: b. Sept. i, 1840: m., Nov. 28, 1865,
Charles Beck.

1233. Mary Anne: b. Apl. 2, 1842.

1234. Martha Washington : b. Feb. 22, 1844: m., Sept. 22, 1875,
Jonathan Paxson.

1235. Frances Jane: b. Mch. 27. 1846: m. Joseph Paxson.

1236. George Campbell: b. in 1847: lived in Minersville ,
Schuylkill Co.

1237. Clara A. : b. Jan. 27, 1851.

1238. Louisa Paxson: b. Dec. 31, 1852.

1239. William Hughes: b. Feb. 21, 1855.

726. Mary Helen Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge Henry
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born June 16, 18 10: died
September 4, 1861: married, November 20, 1834, Samuel Clay-
ton Radford, born January 22, 1810, died October 14, 1883, son
of Aaron and Mary (Allen) Radford.

Children of Samuel C. and Mary H. Radford:

1240. Edward Donaldson Radford: b. Sept. 20, 1835; d. Oct. 9
1839.



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1241. Sarah Francenia Radford: b. Nov. 14, 1836: d. Mch. 14,
1838.

1242. Mary Helen Radford: b. Apl. 3, 1839. She was Hving in
Upper Darby, Delaware Co., Penn., in 1880; and in
Philadelphia in June, 1899. The compiler received
valuable information from her.

1243. Sarah Francenia Radford: b. Aug. 31, 1841: d. Dec. 25,
1874: m., Feb. 27, 1861, John Wesley Pierson, son of C. C.
and Martha Fernley (Haworth) Pierson.

1244. Samuel Henry Radford: b. Sept. 26, 1846: d., in 1890, in
Michigan. He enlisted, June 19, 1863, in Comp. A, 33d
Reg. Penn. Vol. Militia, for an emergency, and was dis-
charged, August I, 1863, at Philadelphia. He served
afterwards, until the close of the war.

1245. George Campbell Radford: b. May 5, 1848: d. the same
day.

1246. Henry Wynkoop Radford, a twin: b. May 5, 1848: d.
Aug. 5, 1848.

1247. Catharine Wynkoop Radford: b. Dec. 25, 1850: m., Jan.
23, 1878, John W. Pierson, named above.

738. Sarah Francenia Wynkoop, (Dr. Nicholas 393, Judge
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born August 13,
1813: died March 2, 1899: married, November 30, 1840, Charles
Watkins ElHott, of Arkansas, who died February 7, 1846, son of
Benjamin and Frances (Pancha) Elliott. The widow lived in
West Philadelphia.

Children of Charles W. and Sarah F. Elliott :

1248. Edward Benjamin Elliott: b. Nov. 24, 1841: d. Feb. 23,
1899. He served in the Union army.

1249. WilUam Henderson Elliott: b. May 23, 1844: d. Nov. 15,
1863. in the Union army.

1250. Charles Watkins Elliott: b. Oct. 18, 1846.

729. Margaret Ledley Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge Henry
157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born April 18, 18 10:
died January 29, 1893, in Harrisburg, Penn.: married, May 14,
1833, Rev. Dr. James Clemsen Watson, born January 5, 1805, in
Donegal township, Lancaster County, Penn., died suddenly,
August 31, 1880, while on a visit in Pliiladelphia, son of John
and Margaret (Clemson) Watson. The body of each was buried
in the Wildwood Cemetery, near Williamsport, Penn.



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Dr. Watson attended the academy, in Newtown, Bucks
County, Penn., taught by Rev. Alexander Boyd [712]: entered
the College of New Jersey, Princeton, November 10, 1824,
was graduated September 26. 1827, and entered the theological
seminary, Princeton, November 9, 1827: was ordained October
4, 1832, and installed pastor of the churches in Gettysburg and
Great Conewago, by the presbytery of Carlisle, and he remained
there about eighteen years. He was pastor of the church at
Clinton, N. J., 1849-51: of the church in Kingston, N. J.,
about four years: and he became pastor, in December, 1854, of
the church in Milton, Penn., and was in that charge when he
died. The church building in Milton was destroyed by fire in
May, 1880; but the manse received little injury.

Children of Dr. James C. and Margaret L. Watson:

1 25 1. Mary Patterson Watson: b. Aug. 23, 1835, at Gettysburg,
Pa. : unmarried : she lives part of the time with her brother
Henry, and the remainder with her brother Robert.

1252. Henry Wynkoop Watson: b. Oct. 5, 1836: m., ist, Mary
Montgomery: m., 2d, Mary A. Cummin.

1253. Robert Belville Watson, M.D.: b. May 7, 1838: m., ist,
Emma Louisa Grafins: m., 2d, Annie Elliott.

733. Susan Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge Henry 157,
Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born October i, 181 6: died
January 10, 1839, in St. Louis, Mo. : married, December 29, 1835,
Rev. Luther Halsey Van Doren, born in May, 1808, in Hopewell,
Orange County, N. Y., died in October, 1876, while pastor of the
Dutch Church, in Middletown, N. J., son of Rev. Isaac and Abbie
(Halsey) Van Doren.

Luther was graduated at the College of New Jersey, Princeton,
in 183 1 : studied theology with Rev. Dr. R. B. Smith, Bishop of
the Episcopal Church in Kentucky : was licensed by the presby-
tery of West Lexington, Ky. : was ordained by the presbytery
of Columbia, Mo., in 1834: founded the strong and influ-
ential First Presbyterian Church, in St. Louis, Mo. : was president
of Columbia College, now the University of Missouri: was pastor
in Farmington, Mo., and Columbia, Mo.: was pastor of the
Tennant Church, Freehold, N. J., some 15 years: pastor at
Paducah, Ky., 2 years: was pastor, in succession, of the Spring
Street Presbyterian Church, and 50th Street Presbyterian
Church, New York: New Vernon, N. J.: Montville Reformed



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Church, 1871-74: Middletown, 1874-76. His sermons were
largely blessed. ^^^7

He married, 2d, in 1840, Lydia A. Camahan, who died in 1881,
in Middletown, daughter of Rev. Dr. James Camahan, President
of the College of New Jersey.

Child of Luther H. and Susan (W.) Van Doren:
1254. Jonathan Edwards Wynkoop Van Doren: b. Dec. 15,
1836: m. Achsale AmeHa Dey Applegate.

734. Isabella Meredith Wynkoop, (Jonathan 396, Judge
Henry 157, Nicholas 46, Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) bom July 26, 182 1:
died in 1892, in Trenton, and was buried there: married, Febru-
ary 21, 1855, Rev. Winthrop Bailey, who died in August, 1865,
while pastor of the Presbyterian church, at Southeast Centre,
Putnam County, N. Y.

Mr. Bailey had been married before; and his first wife left
children.

Mrs. Isabella M. Bailey was living with her daughter, Mrs.
Wright, in Trenton, N. J., in 1889. She had in her possession, at
that time, the portrait of Judge Henry Wynkoop [157]. She
furnished material for this genealogy ; and gave to the compiler
a letter from Judge Henry Wynkoop.

Children of Winthrop and Isabella M. Bailey:

1255. Emma Bailey: d. in infancy.

1256. Anna Wynkoop Bailey: b. Sept. 2, 1857: married William
Lewis Puffer, of West Newton, Mass., where he resides.
He is professor in the School of Technology, Boston. They
have children: Isabella Bailey; Lewis; Dorothy; and
Anna Bailey.

1257. Frances Henrietta Bailey: b. July 6, 1859: married Wil-
liam Robbins Wright, of Trenton, N. J.; afterwards,
principal of the public school at Nutley, N.J. They have
three children : Elizabeth Robbins; Winthrop Robbins;
and Harmon.

743a. Frankhn Wynkoop, (John 411, Philip 166, Philip 48,
Gerret 5, Cornelius i,) born November 17, 1836, in Montgomery
County, Penn: motorman: married, December 20, 1865, in
Philadelphia, Emma Skinner, born July 17, 1846, in Philadelphia,
daughter of Charles Bryant and Catharine (Jones) Skinner.

Children of Franklin and Emma Wynkoop :

247 Manual of the Reformed Church, Corwin, 1902.



Wynkoop Genealogy 151

1257A. Albert Hamisch, Rev.: b. Sept. 17, 1866: m. Lois W.

Lyman.
1257B. Sarah Yerkes; b. Mch. 14, 1868.
1257c. Catharine Lavinia: b. Oct. 9, 1869.
1257D. Anna Yerkes: b. Aug. 19, 1871.
1257E. Edward Reading: b. Feb. 14, 1875.
1257F. Charles Bryant Skinner: b. Sept. 4, 1876.
1257G. Frank: b. June 30, 1879.
1257H. Theodore Skinner: b. Ma}^ 17, 1886.
1257 I. Julius Henry Skinner: b. Feb. 23, 1889.

760. Alida Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus 167, Corne-
lius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born August 31, 1801 : married,
March 5, 1818, in 2d Dutch Church, Kingston, N. Y., James C.
Ferris.

Children of James C. and Alida (W.) Ferris:

1258. James Ferris.

1259. John Ferris.

1260. Charles Ferris.

1 261. Robert D. Ferris. He was in business in New York, and
lived in Brooklyn.

1262. Elizabeth Ferris.

1263. Mary Ferris.

1264. Martin Ferris.

1265. Isabella Ferris.

1266. Alida Ferris.

763. Sarah Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus 167, Corne-
lius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born August 25, 1806: married
June 30, 1826, at Kingston, N. Y., [record of 2d Dutch Church,]
Samuel S. Wood, who died in Havana.

Children of Samuel S. and Sarah Wood:

1267. Elizabeth C. Wood: b. Apl. 24, 1827: d. Aug. 14, 1865:
unmarried.

1268. John Wynkoop Wood: b. Sept. 12, 1829: d. June 17, 1846.

1269. Stephen Girard Wood: b. Mch. 12, 1832: m., ist, Helen
Pruyn; m., 2d, Emma Justina Pruyn.

764. Robert Dunbar Wynkoop, (James 420, Capt. Jacobus
167, Cornelius 51, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) bom August i, 181 1 :
died April 2, 1869, in Bergen, N. J.: married Almira Augusta
Rollins, bom February 24, 1816, died January 5, 1870, daughter
of George and Catharine (Dolan) Rollins. He removed, about



152 Wynkoop Genealogy

1825, from Albany to New York, where he was a member of the
firm of Heath, Wynkoop & Co., perfumers.
Children of Robert D. and Almira A. Rollins:

1270. John Rollins: who lived only a few days.

1271. Robert D.: b. Aug. i, 1843: m. Isabella Van Winkle.

1272. Catharine Rollins: b. June 7, 1845; d. Mch. 11, 1850, of
scarlet fever.

1273. Augustus Bartholomew: b. Aug. 18, 1847: d. Mch. 12,
1850, also of scarlet fever.

1274. Fannie Elizabeth: m. Apl. 13, 1876, Frank A. Halsey.

1275. Frank Rollins: b. June 21, 1853, in Bergen, N. J.

1276. Helen Augusta.

1277. Florence Parker: b. Aug. 18, 185S: d. Jan. 26, 1864, of
diphtheria.

765. Benjamin Norman Wynkoop, (Abraham 431, Benjamin
175, Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born in 1808: died
August 16, 1857: married, October 5, 1837, Rachel W. Monge,
who died June 14, 1855, in her 37th year.

Children of Benjamin N. and Rachel W. Wynkoop:

1278. Helen Wooddrop: b. Mch. 21, 1841: m. William A.
Garden. They lived in Lansdowne, Penn.

1279. Henry Norman: b. Jan. 4, 1848.

1280. Joseph Sims: b. Dec. 22, 1851.

766. Joseph Pilmore Wynkoop, (Abraham 431, Benjamin 175,
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born December 15, 181 1,
died October 26, 1842: married, February 20, 1834, Matilda
Charlotte Baird, born September 24, t8i8, daughter of John
and Jane (Walker) Baird.

Children of Joseph P. and Matilda C. Wynkoop :

1281. George Henry: b. Nov. 29, 1834: d. June 9, 1876: married
Nov. 10, 1858, Emma J. Schelinger, b. June 6, 1839.

1282. Benjamin Joseph: b. Mch. 18, 1837: m., Mch. 10, 1866,
Martha Ellena Osborne.

1283. Thomas Pilmore: b. Dec. 25, 1838: d. Nov. 2, 1864.

1284. Hannah Matilda: b. Nov. 8, 1840: m., June 18, 1871, Paul
Hackadoor Garabedian.

767. Alfred Wynkoop, M.D., (Abraham 431, Benjamin 175,
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born April 3, 1825:
married, April 17, 1856, Helen Keturah Crispin, of Salcombe,
Devonshire, England. He was a druggist and physician, in



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Philadelphia: then a surgeon, in the Union army; then a druggist
and physician, in New York: and, afterwards, in Philadelphia.
Child of Dr. Alfred and Helen K. Wynkoop :

1285. Wooddrop: b. Dec. i, 1858.

771. Caroline Davis, (Mary Wynkoop 434, Abram 176,
Abraham 52, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) who died in 1847. She
married Thomas Tennant, from England. ^48

Children of Thomas and Caroline Tennant :

1286. Mary Emma Tennant: m. John M. Gardner. She lives,
as his widow, in Baltimore.

1287. Anna Caroline Tennant: m. Carl Otto Hahn.

1288. Thomas Henry Tennant: deceased.

1289. Eliza Davis Tennant: unmarried.

1290. David Leon Tennant: deceased.

775. Harriet Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178, Benja-
min 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born May 19, 1797: married,
December 2, 1819, Alfred Frye, born September 6, 1788, son of
Abiel and Abigail (Farnam) Frye.

Children of Alfred and Harriet Frye :

1 291. Adelia Antoinette Frye: b. in 1822.

1292. Albert S. Frye: b. in 1824: lived in Howard City, Mich.

1293. Alonzo F. Frye: b. in 1S26: lived in Omega, Cal.

1294. Myra Jane Frye: b. in 1831.

776. JuHa Antoinette Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born April 18, 1799:
died September 23, 1855, in Bellevue, Iowa: married April 29,
1827, Wilham Seaward, born July 9, 1799.

Children of WilHani and Julia A. (W.) Seaward:

1295. Amos Seaward: b. Mch. 29, 1828: d. July 6, 1829.

1296. Benjamin Wynkoop Seaward: b. Jan. 29, 1830.

1297. Hannah Jane Seaward : b. Oct. 10, 1832.

1298. OpheHa Cecilia Seaward: b. Nov. 3, 1835.

1299. William Tell Seaward: b. June 9, 1838.

777. Alonzo Ilus Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin 178,
Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) born June 17, 1801, in
Chemung, N. Y. : died there, September 15, 1874: married, June
8, 1837, Phoebe Heermans, bom July 4, 1818, in Scranton, Penn.,
daughter of Philip and Mary (Fellows) Heermans, and niece of
Joseph Fellows, agent of the Pultney estate,

248 Mrs. Marv Emma (T.) Gardner, of Baltimore.



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Alonzo attended school in Geneva, N. Y., and taught school in
that vicinity, and so found an opening into the book-store of Col.
James Bogert, who, afterwards, took him into partnership. He
returned, in the autumn of 1837, to the old plantation of Maj.
William Wynkoop [138], at Chemung, and passed the remainder
of his life there.

The compiler obtained much information from him, and found
him an interesting correspondent.

Children of Alonzo I. and Phoebe Wynkoop:

1300. Mary Corneille; b. July 15, 1839: m. Charles M. Young.

1301. Harriet Louise: b. June 6, 1841: married July 20, 1865,
Charles Samuel Farrar, professor in Vassar College.

1302. Helen Mar: b. Sept. 7, 1843: m. William W. Everett.

1303. Josephine: b. Jan. 9, 1846.

1304. Frank: b. Sept. 23, 1849: d. Apl. 8, 1874, in Wauconda,

111.

1305. Myra Kate: b. June 9, 1856.

779. Ninoha Theban Wynkoop, (Benjamin 444, Benjamin
178, Benjamin 53, Benjamin 8, Cornelius i,) bom August 19,
1805: died March 31, 1869, in Bellevue, Jackson County, Iowa:
married, February 11, 1833, in Chemung, N. Y., Christiana
Moore, bom March 3, 181 2, in Minisink, Orange County, N. Y.,
daughter of David and EHzabeth (Fullerton) Moore.

After Ninolia's death, his widow went to Howell's Station,
Orange County, N. Y., for a long visit, and on business relating
to her father's estate. After her return to Bellevue, she and her
family removed to Maquoketa, Iowa.

Children of Ninolia T. and Christiana Wynkoop :

1306. Cecilia Bradner: b. July 29, 1834, in Chemung: d. Aug. 8,
1888: m. Nov. 20, 1852, Augustus Gideon Hammond.
Children :

i. Harry A. Hammond : m. Margaret Teeter,
ii. WilHam W. Hammond: m. Belle Comstock; and has

a son Harry, and a daughter, .

iii. Mary Louisa Hammond: b. July 27, 1867: d. Oct. 5,

1902 : m. S. Perry Holmes, and had a child, William.

1307. Don Alonzo: b. Sept. 17, 1836: m. Sept. i, 1863, in Belle-
vue, Iowa, Annie Carroll Coulehan, b. Dec. 17, 1843, in
Wheeling, W. Va., dau. of Jas. C. and Martha Jane (Porter-
field) Coulehan. The family resided at Bellevue, until



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1888, and since that time at Maquoketa, in the same
county. He is a noted lawyer in criminal cases, in Iowa.
Children :
i. Lulu: b. May 31, 1864 d. in infancy.
ii. Mary Virginia : b. Mch. 19, 1868: m., Nov. 28, 1901.
Eugene Roscoe Moore, of the Moores of Maryland,
son of Samuel Moore, of Sharpsburg, and nephew
of Gen. Jubal Early. They live in Anamosa, Iowa.
Mr. Moore claims descent from John Moore, younger
brother of the Earl of Drogheda, Ireland, who came
to the province of New York in 167 1, with a large
land-grant from Charles II
iii. Don Walter: b. Nov. i, 1881: d. June 6, 1898.

1308. Sara Louisa: b. Dec. 7, 1838: d. July 16, 1865: m. June
29, 1859, Edward Ford, of Great Barrington, Mass. They
had 2 children, who died in infancy.

1309. Harriet Cornelia: b. Jan. i, 1841, in Phillipsburgh, Orange


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