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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL
GENEALOGY COLLECTION



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY .



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THE

HISTORY

OF ,.

TH E SEVERAL TQW x\S, MANORS, AND PATENTS

OF THE

County of Westchester,

FKOM 1?^

V. oL , ^-' ' =o
ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT



PxRESENT TIME.

Carefully Revisid hy its Author.




By the Late Rev. ROBERT BOLTON,

author op the " gcide to new rochelle," and
a member of n. y. historical society.

Edited by the Rev. C. \Y. BOLTOX, New Rocikli.e.



VOLUME II. i^

''ItistJifpri-oiL-ge of History fo impart the experience of a^e, r.nthout its mfi.nni-
tu-s; iijbri,,^ oack thi,ie:s louz obsciireJ by time, or sinking info oblii-ion ; aiut^amblf
us to fern: lonie reasonahU- ccnjeetures of what may happen to pcst.eritv'-—\\^v.i .so.\"s
Hist, of Hoi.dekness. '



jO NEW YORK:

^3^ CHAS. F. kOI'EK, 2; Rose Street.



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1755073

40O HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF WESTCHESTER.

for the pulpit, and communion table. Tlie church just burnt containcl,
besides tho monuments to Doctors \^'ilkins and Jackson, a bcauu; .1
scdlptured slab in early English style of variegated marble containin^.,' :>.
head of Christ, which is said, alone, to have cost $1,500, ad.;'rned witii
Uie monogram of I.H.S., an ancient Labarum, and bearing the followin^.;
inscription : —

IN MEMOKY OF

GOVErvNEUR MORRIS WILKINS,

born November 4th, 1797,
Died February 7, 1S71.
Erected by bis widow.

"I am the resurrection and the life."

The late chancel window, which was an exquisite production of fine

art in stained glass, designed and executed in London expressly for this

church in 1876, represented the revs-ard of the righteous as given b_\- owr

Blessed Saviour in His parable recorded by St. Matthew, xxv : 35, 36:

" For I was an hungered, and ye ye gave nie meat ;
I was thirsty and ye gave me driuk, <tc."

It consisted of six medallions containing figures, representing the six.

works of mercy with a scroll, in the centre, beneath which were the

sentences in Latin placed upon olive branches interlacing or covering

the entire window « This beautitul memorial was erected by the relatives

of the late Mrs. Catharine Wilkins, (widow of Governor M. Wilkins. ; to

commemorate \\-ith gratitude the constant deeds of love and chanty

which she maintained to the closing days of her life on earth.

The chime of three bells, but little damaged by the fire, contain the

following inscription :

3 Keyed BeUs, ^

D. B. G.

754, 908, 1322,

JOHNKS & HlTCKCOCK,

Foundry, Troy, New York.

3 Keyed Eells, D. B, G. Presented to the Ep. Church,

Westchester, A.D. IS.')?. Geor-o T. Adee, Goverueur

Morris Wilkins, Denton Pearsall, William Watson,

Edward Haidit, William K. Strong, John

51. Furman, Alfred Seuton, William

Whitehead, D. Lynch Lawrence, -

Wilhani L. Youlo, Daniel M.

Edgar.

{Pc rich to n ers . )

. a By .1 happy (:n>iK-i<lonr,.'\Uo:Tf>rhPf fnrruifoii'^. tho above menUoiunl '.vinWnn-w.i^ sfen la \'*
plac? hy Uv; c'.nKr' tjutiou f'.r the lir.-t tiiii":it jnni-tuns; scrvio: •.u ilie fnurri'. ■!;;!! ^;u:i-iv jf: '
Triniry wh-n \\\~- tWL-ur\.:if:h elia!i:.-t of .Sr..M:i!!hew -.v.ii !li • ainHK^u-d -ot-'uil K•^•^Mll.' i.-'v-
oruour \\ iikius, E.-q., j;.ivo trie wliit.- ijiui I.1-! Joiit.



THE TOWN OF WESTCHESTER. 4OX

On or near the site of the old Court House and Jail, adjoining the
church-yard on the south, was erected in iS , a beautiful parochial
school-house, costing $18,000. The building is well fitted up, and an-
swers the double purpose of a chapel and school-room.

To St. Peter's church is attached a portion of the ancient glebe which
was given by the town in 1703, sometimes called the " Parsonage Land,"
consisting of S iVo acres, bounded north by river road, or Westchester turn-
pike ; east, by Avenue B ; south, by I'hirteenth street ; west, by Four-
teenth street ; and 2 /oo acres, bounded east, by Glebe avenue, and west
by Lalayette street. The church holds also the grave-yard and the
land on which the parochial school house stands, containing 2 /JJ^j acres,
also 4 "0 acres of salt meadow, bounded north, by Pugsley Farm ; south,
by Pugsley creek ; east, by Pugsley meadow ; and west, by a ditch.<»
The former parish house, or parsonage, which was purchased by the
vestry in 1763, stood at no great distance from the present edifice.

PR1^XIPAL BENEFACTORS OF ST. PETER'S CHURCH.
Queen Anne, Col. Benjaraiu Fletcher, Edward Viscount Cornbury, Col. Jamea
Graham, Col. Caleb Heatlicote, Col. Lewis Morris, The Venerable Propagatiou
Society of England, the Rev. John Bartow, the Borough Town of Westcliester,
Basil Bartow," Abijah Hammond, George Love, Robert Watts, '> the corpora-
tion of Trinity church, Isew York, &c. The latter have made the following
liberal grants to this clmrch, viz: In 1795, the sum of S750 ; in 1796, $500;
and in 1S09, five lots of ground in Reade, Chamber and Warren streets. New
York. The church still owns four of tliese lots, the present value of which is
655.000.« It deserves to be mentioned, however, that this parish contributed
one-half of the original value of the lots.i^

The first dalegate from this parish to the Diocesan Convention in
1790, was Joseph Brown, M.D.

a Copied from maps belonging to Vestry of St. Peter's clmrch.

n Mr. Basil lurtow, by his wli!, d.it>;(i iGtli of Dec. ITSO, bequeathed "unto the minister,
ciiurch-wunlous and Vi.'<tryiQ.'ii. itir th- time beinjj, of ttie lucorporated Church of England,
Itnoivu by the uaiiL! of S;. recer's chaich. i:i the iioroujrli town of Westcliester, the tuiii of
£'•<) to^vard.^ bui;Um_' a uew cli'ii ea In said horouijli town, or repairing or enlarKiun: the pres-
ent church, for the worship of Almighty God, to be paid to them when they shall actually ea-
e ige ill said work." This will was proved lith day of >Iarch, 17S4, m Surrogate's otllce, N.
i.. Folio xxw.

6 KoOert Watts and Mary his wife, released 35 acres to the vestry of St. Peters church, 29th
of May, 1797.— West. Co. Kec Lib. .M. of Deeds, pp. 116, 118.

e The reetor and inhabitants of the ciry of New Vork, iu coramunioa of the Prot. Episcopal
Church to St. Peters church, Westchester, 17th Jan., lsa._Kec. in the otllce of the Clert of
tl 3 city of New ^ orK, l.lo. No 05, of cotiveyances, p. 547, 8th June, lill.

d la I' - '17 the sum of $l,t'3U was raised by St. Peter's church, Westchester, tendered to, and
accepti-i by irinlty churcli, Sew York, foVtUe lots conveyed by their corporation to the vestry
of St, Pt ^i-'s. One of the above-mentioned lots was takrn by the Corporal loii of New York,
for wideniiiL,- Chapel stieet, and the award a[)plitd to the erection of pallery pews anrl the
carriage shed. In the possession of the cierk of the vestry is a lease from James McDonald,
of Pcd"f.>rd, a W. C. Co. fiirnier, to thf Trustees of the Episcopal Church of .st,. Peter's, in the
township of Westchester, for a farui in the township of Pediord, bein« the farm where Juo.
Banks furmerly lived, contaiuintf i'H acres, for one yi-ar at the sum of os. -.Jtip, Sept. 17U1; also
a lit of four acres, cMnriKiulv known bv II. line of "Court House I.nt,'' in tint town, signed
by Jam. 's .MeDonaM; witn'>.-s..s. Alfre.lLiviiutstou and James O. l'o»vler. The lease, however,
13 nut elghed, inierchangeablT, by the Trusieea uf the church.



402 HISTORY 6i- THE COUNTY. OF WESTaiESTER.

TOMB-STONES. .

The church-yard, which is coeval with the settlement of the villa,
contains numerous interments; among the earliest are the following' :-

" Here lyeth the body of

WILLIAM (BAILY) QL'ERY, ESQ.,

n. 1718. aged 50 years, B. P. O., 1727.

Deceased, March 27thi 1702."



In memory of
PHILIP HONEYWELL, ESQ.,

He died of a lingering ilhiess, at Greenburgh,

on the Sth day of Sepembcr, 1813,

in the 53d year of his age.

He was an active character during the Revolutionary War.

He lived respected, and died regretted.

Anne Eustace, his wife, died May 11, ISll, xCtat 50.



" Look on this stone and you will find.
My journey's o'er, and yours behind ;
Think then, before you turn awaj-,
That yours may end before this day."



• In memory of
OLIVER DE LANCE V, SEN.,
who departed this life April 4th, 1840,
Aged 70 years.

Sacred to the memory of

CAPTAIN STEPHEN BAYARD,

who was born Oct. 26th, 1785,
and died July 11th, 18U:

' My blessed Saviour receive my epirit," were his last words, and
Whosoever Ix'Ueveth iu Him, the' he die, yet shall he live again.

Ever will the sweet remembrance of your useful, generous,

forgiving and uftectionate virtues, best of Inisbauds and

fathers, be clicrished in the hearts

of your wife and family.



' THE TOWN OF AVESTCHESTER, 403

, Sacra memoria of

PHILIP LIVINGSTON,

■whose family were suddenly bereaved of a loving parent,'

on the 27th Nov., 1S03,

aged 74 rears.

His aOictions were numerous and deep felt, yet vras he comforted.

His heart, its confidence

Reposecl in God, its stren<;th -ind shield,

The pat!i3 c-f death in glory shine,

V/hen saints tiie call ohe)',

A light from Heaven, an arm divine,

Are with them on the way.

Here lies
the mortal remains of

"WRIGHT POST,

during many years eminent as

physician and surgeon

in the city of New York,

he was distinguished for sound judgment,

practical skill and unwearied diiigeuco ia

Lis profession, and for modest, dijniiled and

mild deportment in all the walks of life ;

an enlightened and attached member of the

Protestant Episcopal Church,

he was for many years a vestryman

of Grace Church

in the city of Nev,' York,

- and for several years its souior warden.

OverpUcd by professional labours,

his feeble frame gradually gave way

to the attacks of pulmonary consumj)tion.

He retired from the city to his country seat

in this neighborhood, and after a rcsidt^nce

of a few weeks, he departed this life

in full possession of his mental faculties,

at peace with the world,

and a devout hope of acceptance

yrith God, through faith in the merits of

Jesus Christ.

Ho died June 14, 1S23,

aged 62 ycnrs, 3 montha

and rC days.

There arc also memorials in the yard, to members of the Kunt, Doty.
E::;<.ter, Bartow, Lewis, ArJen, FinJlay, Tucker, Reed, Burnett, Holsmaa



404 HISTORY OF THE COUXTV OF WESTCHESrER.

and Wright families, Sec, besides vaulte belonging to the families of
Timpson, Adee and Ludlow, &c. Near the Episcopal grave-yard, i-i
situated the Ferris burj-ing-ground,"' which contains the family vaults of
Benjamin Ferris, and numerous head-stones to the Pell family.

... PEW HOLDERS IN 1790.
The following names appear on the Minutes, of individuala who purchased
pews in August, 1790, vii:: — James Ferris, John Bartow, Jr., Pliilip Livingston,
Stephen Bartow, Elizabetli Harrison, John Valentine, Jonathan Fov.-ler, Wil-
liam Hunt, Marcus Baxter, Solomon Baxter, Isaac Valentine, Jr., Peter Biusing.
Elizabetli Williams, Augustus Bartow, David Iluestace, Ebenizer Loggett, Phin-
chas Hunt, Anthony Bartow, Israel Underhill, Anthony L. Underhill, 3 scats,
Israel Underhill, Israel Honeywell, John Doty, Robert Tucker, William Smith,
Thomas Bartow, Benjamin Roe, Joseph Brov.m, Lewis Graham, Robert Watts,
John Bartow, Benjamin Ferris, Samuel Bayard, Warren de Lancey, 2 seats,
Thomas Hunt, John Cox.

The old Orthodox Friend's meeting-house now held by the Hicksite
party, which stands south of the church, was erected in 1723.'' The first
meeting of this numerous and respectable society in America, is said to
have been held at Westchester. '■'■Monthly meeilug" was appointed by
the yearly meeting of Friends at Flushing, Long Island, to be held at
Westchester, N. Y., on the ninth day: of fourth montli, (.A.pri!,) 1725'^'
There is also a tradition, that George Fox, the dauntless founder of
their sect, preached here in 1672. Nearly opposite stands the meeting-
house of the Orthodox Friends, erected in 182S.

The Methodist f^piscopal Society of Westchester was first organized
in 180S, and incorporated 8th of March, 1S09; Vv^illiam Johnston, Gil-
bert Lewis, Abraham Seacord, Benjamin Morgan, Moses Hunt, and
Gilbert Hunt, trustees. The present church edifice was erected about
SiS.

The Roman Catholic church, dedicated to St. Raj-mond, is situated on
the road leading from Westchester to West Farms in close vicinity to the
present depot of the Harlem River Railroad ; and attached to the
church is an extensive grave yard, rectory and parochial school house.
Its clergy has been the Rev. A. Higgins.

In the immediate vicinity of '\ • .Tarlem River Railroad station is
situated "The New York Cathc ; -otectory." This institution was
incorporated on the 5th of May,

a John FcDls of ttie borough town of W •- tor. In ITir., by his last ttHI. "rpserves the

bnryltig groiiiul for t?je poo[<lo to b;iry their i th*^ place vvtiere t'lL-y formerly buneil

■wUh')uc any let or imidraiic'. yincu known ■ ■- jastar'e hi!l buryi!:^,' frroonil "

&."In that yei'-, mi-nti'-a is niaJ" of tJi''- >•< uiet-\i;ic-hoa"-'f inAVt-striiesfcr vi;.'aP'*',

'en'rerliiK of hiirhWiiv-'.' In ('•ook uf liecorJa ."ouc"^ C.cik's Ouloi.'. Wkito I'laiiw, i<-.J.
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set. 66 yrs. vet. T5 yrs,

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PEDIGREE OF THE UNDERHILLS OF WESTCHESTER COUXCY.

Captain John UoderbUl, nat, oboot lfiOO;_E:i2abeth Fete, 2J wife, da. Robert
marrtetl, 1653; ol). JuJy Zlst, 1672 . I Feke, of KlosUlng, L. I. Nat. 163i ;

I ol). 16T4 I

H, Pavld, ofOysrer r.ay,_Uannah Deborah, nat Sejt. 2C''.S,a653;_IIenry TownseiiU ^^l;n■ah, nut. Feb. lOtli, lCCC;„Th'j

nat. Feb. lat, 1673 no l.'.sue ob. Jannary 30th, 16D3 of Oyster Bay ah. 175T of .



, May 2(l,_Josbn3 S
Jacob, nat. Oct a



Nathaniel, of Wostchcaicr, nat, _Mary U^*ueywell
Auff. lllh, lC50;olj.Nov.2Tth, I



Thoinsa of New Ca-itle, _ rtfccbe Davenport
Wesichesier .,■ k.V. i



Abraliam, of White P\n
will pnivcd lT50,ob. a
abont 50 yrs.



^Hannah Cromwell



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Son residing SoutTi-ex^t i M*ary .ITortrm



Samuel Wlliiam,.Mary Suttoi

^ Fticcbo Dodge I



Tbomaa of Pbnilpsl.r.ifr.^Sarah Weekii.ii. Sopt.
Stiieni, nat. Mar. an.HKS; j i.%lTii; ob. 0(1^3, 1825:
roar. ITfli; ob. Mar 25. iS'Ji | da. Abel We



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Benjamin, of Cayuga Co., N. Y..



TCo._Miinnc.i Daniel MaiIianlel,_PhfEi)c Saratiel, N. Y Amy Plurbe JVa-iIia

I Orange Co. j - ob, Oct. 2, 197ii

EUstia„Soplila, da. of Hiwmali^'. Ponloii
Plcrson I Abner DeaioQ



Carpenter



Josh, ob. 8.p. Sarah I{;U!he!



Plioebo
A. liftld-



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William J., of N .J. „I,oatsa Prince



nenjajnlii, Salem, oat. .May 10



JcMe^PumelLPurdy Anua, nau July a, 17[H_Winiam Smith




. ]$46 flbby, da Kichardson Sutton, naU Dec. 12, l



yarah, nat. Nov. 25, i795„Slla3 Weeks



E.^i her Sarah Benjanjin Silas



Mary E.
J. Miller



Sophia Phdena

■J
A. E. Conovc



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Abraham ob. ,„irercy Paddock, ob.
Juiysr,. UTO; I Janv. 1st. 1S20;
ffit, 66 yrs. ici. 75 yrs.



Willtam, naL.Uiiffail, da.
July 24. 17 H; I Wallace, nat. Di
ob. April 10,



17T0 ob.July 2d,lSGl williani Austin John AlpUtu



Naihnn'ri.of Dorset, ^Lt Tina
nat. 177?; in.j,%ii. 15, lyoo | strong

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Honor Tlmnias W.„ITannnh 1'

nat. Feb. 9, 1 da Aaron I.

I7?4; oil. June, JlayiuOQ-JX^



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Jauy. 2, TiPurdy

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PEDIGREE OF THE UNDERHILLS, OF WESTCHESTER COUNTY.

Captain John Underbill ^Elizabeth Feke



NatliaQlel_JIary Ferria



Frcni en old deeJ.
1667.



Nath.inJel^^ary lioneyweU



Jotin, of Tonkers^Ann Bonn, Natbaniel, of WeBfchester^nn, da. of I
nat. Aug. S, 1713 I naL Dec. lO, 1723 nat. Aug. 31, 1723; will irDQejTceU
I Ob. Aug. IC, 173C proved Fob. 13, 17S4;
See No. 3' Lord Mayor Westchestef

William ^Dorshla Gllbi it_Gedney Jonathan_Uanaah 5 > S



Israel, of ^'eai
mar. March -1, 1761 ; buiriijd at West-
cliest'-:r; i^h. Sei^t. 23d, ISOG



Sept. 21, 1731; ^Abigail r.espeuard, f 3 H =; ^ Mit-y. nat.„l.Dr. N-Bayl^:

i.^L I>cc.4, 1^9; _< ^ p 7 t Jaiiy. 2, riPurdy

lb. Feb. 3d. 1S06 55 - S -"' 1720 |

" ji " r; ~ Joseph ObeOlah



GUbtrt Nathau'l Elizabeth Frances



of Gr>-enburg, nat. I7ji;-j Taylor



lat. 177U Hyatt



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\nt!io!iy L. of N'ew York, „Ci.iriiia da. of Basil Bartow, ^

nat. Dec 3'itti, 1763; I nat. March 4tti, 17C9; . £

mar. jQly 24th, 17S3; ob. June 9th. 1S3(>. s

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Miiiy, A. uaU Jlarch 10, lTCC;_WyDant
mar. June21, 17td; I Van

Ob. Augu.-: Ut, is.-^l



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Charles A, Robert E.



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Pncuerson B._Cliarl - i

21, 1737;
mar. ISIO;
Ob. 1S4I



Charles, of EInil?a,.l. Caroline Ilarf,
N. Y., nat. Aug. | „2,Portla 51. dii. Jw

25th. nw



Brooks



Henry, of N.Y..^Kcht;cca,
nat. Mar. 2.MI1, I da. of
179T; mar. 1820 Samuel
I Hallett,

I Ob. 1^23



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.^ ° g 1=3 r < mar. itiJ-S 1 Ha



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Clarina, nat Jnnel,i:0'3; _.Jolm I. Mumford,
Ob Jau. 0th, isci I nat. iry:; ob. isoa



Ferdinand John P, | JuUa Angelit



Anthony L.. nat. ISL.0; mar. 1^51 ..Charlotte L. .McBeth



ChaiiL^ A., uaL Junel



WUliam n. Edwin S. John Art-lia L. Charlotte



Robert L, Falh. >'.Y.^Fn
tut. Drc. 1,1511; i
named l-SC |



Henry, nat. April, lS17„Henrie:!



Mary E . nat. June 25, „Jno. Newall



. IS. 1S15_.T, B. Eli



^Apri?S,'!Sy Eliza S.„Robert Piper Charlotte A., nat. Jan. 2J, iS23„John Hall Antdlnett .Sylvester King



Edward H. ^'orthrop Robert, nat. Eug. 19, 1S41; ob. Nov. 12. 1S70 Denk't H.. n; "f ^^^' °^- ^*^' Ambrose S., nat. July 1, 1S53, ob. ls.iT Charlotte E. Hannah L.



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L Alexander Xaibaniel. Jaila^amea -^ ■



Lawrence Margaret_Ha-t Emeline r? Thonj.^ R.



Mary _Mycr She
Thomas



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I of Daniel J

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I'KDIORKE OK THE UNDICRll.ILI.H, OE WESTCHESTER COUNTY.

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> N«thaiil(?(_Mary ForrlH

yatfmnlel^MiirT HoncypTcll



No. 3.



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1772; Olj. 18-15 ! .Sept. 2lBt, 1S2S



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