Thu Mar 8 12:47:38 2001
John Ben Urban 1304 Brian Circle;Stewartsville, NJ 08886-2600
Looking to fill in some blanks on the Descendants of Francis Andrews [b. 1754 - died Dec 1825 Thompsonville, Sullivan Co., NY]:
- Stephen Andrews [June 1, 1780 -> Aug 18, 1814]
- Daniel Andrews [Nov 17, 1783 -> July 19, 1850] buried Glen Wild, Sullivan Co., NY. Wife: Cleareysa [sp?] d. Sept 20, 1843
- Eunice Andrews [Aug 17, 1786 -> May 18, 1859] m. Uriah Wakeman. Living in Fallsburg, Sullivan Co., in 1855.
- George Andrews [March 17, 1788 -> Sept 16, 1810]
- Samuel Andrews [May 18, 1791 -> May 25, 1843] m. Abigail Gillett - I have lots of data here.
- Sturges Andrews [Sept 8, 1793 -> Nov 10, 1859] m. Eunice Sears - I have lots of data here. Living in Fallsburg, Sullivan Co., NY in 1855
- Mary/Meary Andrews [Apr 12, 1796 -> Mar 19, 1855] m. Richard D. Childs
Thu Mar 8 20:19:08 2001
I'm especially interested in the Helen DENNERLEIN who recently (10/00) died in Sullivan CO. My GRANDMOTHER was a HELEN DENNERLEIN (who died earlier) but I'm wondering if there is a CONNECTION to this HELEN DENNERLEIN. The DENNERLEINS (MY MOTHER'S large family from the BRONX) SUMMEREDIN ROSCOE for many years.
Tue Mar 13 09:38:30 2001
Seeking information about Ida R. Conkling born approximately 1850's in Sullivan County, N.Y. --- had child (my grandfather) in 1869 with Mosey Edwards. Any and all information would be appreciated. Believe this may have been in the Claryville/Willowemoc/Neversink area. Thank you.
Wed Mar 14 08:30:50 2001
Tom L. Sawyer
Seeking info on Joseph McKune, who seems (Joseph Cune) to be in Mamakating town in the 1790 census. Married (in NY) to (1) Esther Many (2) Anna Gillet (3- PA)Phebe Winters. Children said they were born in Orange Co, census has them in Sullivan Co, so maybe they lived on the line. Family moved to Susquehanna Co., PA in 1812. Joseph was in the Revolutionary War. Family oral history has some connection to Seneca Chief Cornplanter. Any info appreciated.
Thu Mar 15 12:43:19 2001
Have been researching this name for about 3 years. Nothing. I now have reason to believe they must have originated in England. The earliest name I found is of Henry Allinton who's tombstone I found in the town of Pond Eddy. He died in 1854 at the age of 49, which would have made his birthdate 1805. I have names, and some dates of other Allington's. All lived in and around Pond Eddy , Lumberland, Sullivan county. Is there anyone who in any way may be connected to this family? Any information appreciated.
Sat Mar 17 14:51:57 2001
Alan R Gladstone 14742 Boyce's Cove Drive, Midlothian, VA 23112-2255
Great Grandfather Benejah Edwards B. 1840 Sullivan County d. 1907 in Delaware County, Town of Tompkins, m. Nancy E. Quick b. Sullivan County 1843 d. Delaware County 1906. Does anyone have any information on this family? Possibly in the Neversink area. Thanks.
Mon Mar 19 14:04:58 2001
Gary Dougherty 622 Dougherty La., Romulus, N.Y. 14541
Henry Dougherty & wife Margaret (Gately) died in Cochecton,N.Y.in Jan 1901. His fathers name was John & mothers was Katherine. All were born in Ireland but I dont know were. Henry was born in 1825? & came to Cochecton in 1836 or 38 at age 13 but I dont know who with. I need info on what county & or town in Ireland he is from or any passenger list he was on. Henry was my Great great grandfather. Thanks for any help.
Mon Mar 19 15:04:19 2001
TYLER or GREEN or HENDRICKSON
I am searching for any information on Lynn Tyler, or Effie Daisy Hendrickson Tyler. They were married either in 1900 or 1908. I believe they were married either in Roscoe, or Livingston Manor. Effie Hendrickson had 10 or 11 brothers and sisters. Would appreciate any infor on any of them. Lynn and Effie were my paternal grandparents.
Tue Mar 20 11:34:26 2001
VAN TUYL - DENNISTON - CARPENTER
Patti Van Tuyl
Looking for Otto William Van Tuyl (1780-1843), who settled in Bloomingburgh area around 1810, with wife Sarah Duncan Dusenberry Van Tuyl. He's the infamous Otto Van Tuyl of the Neversink rafting adventure. Also looking for his son Otto William Van Tuyl (1813-1881), who must have been born in Sullivan Co., died in Plainfield, NJ. Had three wives: Sophia (?), Cornelia Denniston, and Sarah A. Carpenter. Also looking for adopted son William Thomas/Thompson ______(?), b. 1844-1854.
Fri Mar 23 11:17:19 2001
Seeking information the SMITH family who lived in Neversink (north of Grahamsville) in the mid-1800's. Moses SMITH had a farm there. His son Samson SMITH, b. 1848, served in the Civil War before he was 18, came home to Grahamsville, and soon after married and left for first Ulster County, and then I lose him for 30 years, when he turns up in 1900 in Bradford County, PA. Moses had sons Dayton (possibly acquired with his 1st wife Louise KEOGAN); Arland, Nathan, Chester, and a daughter Winefred. Moses also had a son Uriah, born about 1820. Seek any info this family. Not apparently related to other SMITH families in area. Moses came from Dutchess County.