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Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler and his family connections in New York

by Edwin R. Purple

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Published by Priv. print. in New York .
Written in English


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Other titlesGenealogical memorials of Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, Leisler family in New York, New York genealogical and biographical record.
Statementby Edwin R. Purple
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24619123M
OCLC/WorldCa705362541

Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, and his family connections in New York. Author Purple, Edwin R. (Edwin Ruthven), Published Purple, Edwin R. (Edwin Ruthven), Published Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, and his family connections in New York. And when the general was in this country on his visit, and in New York, Captain John was introduced to him, and he then introduced his son as bearing his name, and received his grateful thanks. De Lafayette Schenck resided first at Matawan, and carried on for many years quite extensively and successfully the business of tanning and currying.

(Jacob) Leisler’s grandfather, Dr. Jacob Leisler, employed his Calvinistic zealotry as legal council to Prince Christian of Anhalt. Dr. Leisler sent his son Jacob Victorian Leisler to the University of Altdorf and later to Geneva University where he came under the powerful influence of Calvinist reformer Theodore Beza, author of the Right of. D.H. Bergey, Genealogy of the Bergey Family: A Record of the Descendants of John ulrich Bergey and his wife Mary (Mary New York: F.H. Hitchcock, genealogical publisher, c , pg 13), Mary New York: F.H. Hitchcock, genealogical publisher, c , pg Source of information Sam Detwiler, Clymer Connections. Franconia Township.

in New England, particularly as it related to Governor Edmund Andros and Lt. Governor Francis Nicholson. In April, Andros was impris-oned, leaving New York in the hands of Nicholson. On , a group of rebels seized the fort of New York City, and none other than Jacob Leisler was selected to serve as the captain of the fort. New York City – New York, New York City Births, , index & images New York City – New York, New York City, Church of the Transfiguration Records, New York City – A history of the Stanton Street Baptist Church, in the city of New York: with a sketch of its pastors, and a register of the entire membership.


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Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, and his family connections in New York. New York: Priv.

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Leisler children were Susannah (), Catharine (), Jacob Jr. (), Mary ), Johannes ( d.y.), Hester (), and Francina ().

Edwin R. Purple, Genealogical Notes Relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler and His Family Connections in New York (New York,m ), 7, Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov.

Jacob Leisler and his family connections in New York by: Purple, Edwin R. Published: () Genealogical notes of the Colden family in America by: Purple, Edwin R. Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler and his family connections in New York / by Edwin R.

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InJacob Leisler appointed Jacob Milborne Clerk to the Council, Secretary, Attorney-General and Advocate General. In the following year,both Leisler and Milborne were hanged for treason. Sources. Edwin R. Purple. Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov.

Jacob Leisler and his family connections in New York () John Romeyn Brodhead. He contributed to the “New York Genealogical and Biographical Record," and published "Genealogical Notes on the Colden Family in America" (New York, ); " Biographical and Genealogical Notes of the Provoost Family in New York" (); Genealogical Notes relating to Lieut.-Gov.

Jacob Leisler and his Family Connections in New York" ( Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov. Jacob Leisler, and his family connections in New York by Edwin R Purple () Old New York, or, Democracy in.

contradictory evidence, and Edwin R. Purple, in his misleadingly titled Genealogical Notes Relating to Lieut. -Gov. Jacob Leisler, and His Family Connections in New York (New York, i), omitted Leisler's family background altogether. See also Stanley M. Pargellis, "Leisler, Jacob,". This book treat individuals in all consists of genealogical notes on specific New York and New England families, as well as a miscellaneous section of source records pertaining to families of the region.

The genealogical notes provide exact dates of births, marriages, and deaths of all members of a given family, working back to the original immigrants to this country and forward to.

New York Residence Records. Census. An inventory of New York State and Federal census records; The Jacobs collection; –Newport and New York – List of French neutrals from Nova Scotia and Georgia, – census[town of Hillsdale and Claverack, N.

Y.].An emended edition, consisting of seventy-five copies, in book form, was privately printed inwith the following title: Genealogical Notes Relatifig to Lieut. Gov. Jacob Leisler and his Family Connections in New York.Genealogical notes bearing upon the New England ancestry of the children of William Johnson Goldthwait: and Mary Lydia Pitman-Goldthwait of Marblehead, Massachusetts other than recorded in the "Goldthwait genealogy." Genealogical notes relating to Lieut.-Gov.

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