Margaret Winckler

F, #3211, b. 4 September 1872, d. 23 June 1896
Father*Augustus J Winckler b. 26 Feb 1834, d. 8 Sep 1905
Mother*Margaret Ann Young b. 11 Sep 1833, d. 4 Dec 1903
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Name Variation  Margaret Winckler was also known as Maggie. 
Birth*4 September 1872 She was born on 4 September 1872 at North Plainfield, Somerset County, New Jersey.1 
Death*23 June 1896 She died on 23 June 1896 at North Plainfield, Somerset County, New Jersey, at age 23.2,3 
Burial* She was buried at Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains, Union County, New Jersey.2 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931.
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 114310726.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971.

William Cortwright Winckler

M, #3212, b. 8 July 1874, d. 26 November 1895
Father*Augustus J Winckler b. 26 Feb 1834, d. 8 Sep 1905
Mother*Margaret Ann Young b. 11 Sep 1833, d. 4 Dec 1903
Info* Information on him came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*8 July 1874 William Cortwright Winckler was born on 8 July 1874 at North Plainfield, Somerset County, New Jersey.1 
Death*26 November 1895 He died on 26 November 1895 at Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey, at age 21.2,3 
Burial* He was buried at Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains, Union County, New Jersey.2 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Winckler Family Tree (Owner: fbwinckler).
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 114310914.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Deaths and Burials Index, 1798-1971.

Nellie Lorine Winckler

F, #3213, b. 23 November 1876, d. March 1973
Father*Augustus J Winckler b. 26 Feb 1834, d. 8 Sep 1905
Mother*Margaret Ann Young b. 11 Sep 1833, d. 4 Dec 1903
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*23 November 1876 Nellie Lorine Winckler was born on 23 November 1876 at New Jersey.1 
Death*March 1973 She died in March 1973 at Millington, Morris County, New Jersey, at age 96.2,3 
Burial* She was buried at Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains, Union County, New Jersey.2 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Winckler Family Tree (Owner: fbwinckler).
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 114310842.
  3. [S2] Social SecurityDeath Index, online https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/ssdi/

Mary Elizabeth Young

F, #3214, b. 23 August 1836, d. 15 September 1865
Father*John Young b. 28 Jun 1798, d. 25 Dec 1845
Mother*Sarah Ann Mabie b. 15 Aug 1812, d. 15 Jan 1901
Reference5-1-8-8-7-3
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*23 August 1836 Mary Elizabeth Young was born on 23 August 1836 at New York City, New York.1,2,3 
Bap-Adult*12 December 1845 She was baptised as an adult Sarah Jane, Margaret Ann, Mary Elizabeth, Thomas Jefferson, and Fanny Ophelia, children of John Young and Sarah Ann Maybee on 12 December 1845 at Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.1,3 
(Witness) Census23 August 1850 Mary Elizabeth Young appeared on the census of 23 August 1850 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah Young, 38, F, born in New York
Sarah J Young, 19, F, born in New York
Margtt Young, 17, F, born in New York
Mary E Young, 14, F, born in New York
Thos Young, 11, M, born in New York, attending school
Fanny Young, 8, F, born in New York, attending school.4 
(Witness) Census15 June 1855 Mary Elizabeth Young appeared on the census of 15 June 1855 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah A Young, 43, F, Head, born in Westchester County, Widow, 30 years in this city
Sarah J Young, 23, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Margaret A Young, 21, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Mary E Young, 19, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Thomas J Young, 16, M, Son, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, Spar Maker
Fanny O Young, 13, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life.2 
Death*15 September 1865 Mary Elizabeth Young died on 15 September 1865 at age 29. 

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the records of the Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1855, New York City, Ward 11, New York, New York, E.D. 6, Household 306.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  4. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, New York Ward 11, New York, New York; Roll: M432_546; Page: 207A, Family 131; Image: 420.

Thomas Jefferson Young

M, #3215, b. 23 December 1838, d. 25 February 1929
Father*John Young b. 28 Jun 1798, d. 25 Dec 1845
Mother*Sarah Ann Mabie b. 15 Aug 1812, d. 15 Jan 1901
Reference5-1-8-8-7-4
Info* Information on him came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*23 December 1838 Thomas Jefferson Young was born on 23 December 1838 at New York City, New York.1,2 
Bap-Adult*12 December 1845 He was baptised as an adult Sarah Jane, Margaret Ann, Mary Elizabeth, Thomas Jefferson, and Fanny Ophelia, children of John Young and Sarah Ann Maybee on 12 December 1845 at Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.1 
(Witness) Census23 August 1850 Thomas Jefferson Young appeared on the census of 23 August 1850 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah Young, 38, F, born in New York
Sarah J Young, 19, F, born in New York
Margtt Young, 17, F, born in New York
Mary E Young, 14, F, born in New York
Thos Young, 11, M, born in New York, attending school
Fanny Young, 8, F, born in New York, attending school.3 
(Witness) Census15 June 1855 Thomas Jefferson Young appeared on the census of 15 June 1855 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah A Young, 43, F, Head, born in Westchester County, Widow, 30 years in this city
Sarah J Young, 23, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Margaret A Young, 21, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Mary E Young, 19, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Thomas J Young, 16, M, Son, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, Spar Maker
Fanny O Young, 13, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life.2 
Marriage* Thomas Jefferson Young married Eliza Ann Morson
(Witness) Census8 June 1865 Thomas Jefferson Young appeared on the census of 8 June 1865 in the household of Augustus J Winckler and Margaret Ann Young at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York,
; Augustus Winkler, 31, M, Head, born in New York County, Married once, now married, Ship Carpenter
Margaret Winkler, 31, F, Wife, born in New York County, 5 Children, Married once, now married
Sarah Winkler, 8, F, Child, born in Michigan, Single
Thomas Winkler, 6, M, Child, born in New York County, Single
Hestella Winkler, 4, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
Ida Winkler, 2, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
John Winkler, 71, M, Father, born in Germany, Married once, now widowed, Gentleman, owned land
Thomas Young, 26, M, Head, born in New York County, Married once, now married, Ship Joiner
Eliza Young, 20, F, Wife, born in New York County, 2 Children, Married once, now married
Francis Young, 4, F, Child, born in New York County, Single
Minnie Young, 1, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $2000.4 
Death*25 February 1929 Thomas Jefferson Young died on 25 February 1929 at age 90. 
Burial* He and Eliza Ann Morson were buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey.5 

Family

Eliza Ann Morson b. c 1845, d. 25 Oct 1873
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the records of the Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1855, New York City, Ward 11, New York, New York, E.D. 6, Household 306.
  3. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, New York Ward 11, New York, New York; Roll: M432_546; Page: 207A, Family 131; Image: 420.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1865, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Ward 15, Page 8.
  5. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 25702514.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926.

Eliza Ann Morson1

F, #3216, b. circa 1845, d. 25 October 1873
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Young. 
Birth*circa 1845 Eliza Ann Morson was born circa 1845.2 
Marriage* She married Thomas Jefferson Young, son of John Young and Sarah Ann Mabie
(Witness) Census8 June 1865 Eliza Ann Morson appeared on the census of 8 June 1865 in the household of Augustus J Winckler and Margaret Ann Young at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York,
; Augustus Winkler, 31, M, Head, born in New York County, Married once, now married, Ship Carpenter
Margaret Winkler, 31, F, Wife, born in New York County, 5 Children, Married once, now married
Sarah Winkler, 8, F, Child, born in Michigan, Single
Thomas Winkler, 6, M, Child, born in New York County, Single
Hestella Winkler, 4, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
Ida Winkler, 2, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
John Winkler, 71, M, Father, born in Germany, Married once, now widowed, Gentleman, owned land
Thomas Young, 26, M, Head, born in New York County, Married once, now married, Ship Joiner
Eliza Young, 20, F, Wife, born in New York County, 2 Children, Married once, now married
Francis Young, 4, F, Child, born in New York County, Single
Minnie Young, 1, F, Child, born in Kings County, Single
Lived in a frame house worth $2000.3 
Death*25 October 1873 Eliza Ann Morson died on 25 October 1873.2 
Burial* She and Thomas Jefferson Young were buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Plainfield, Union County, New Jersey.2 

Family

Thomas Jefferson Young b. 23 Dec 1838, d. 25 Feb 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926 of daughters.
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 25702514.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1865, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Ward 15, Page 8.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926.

Fanny Ophelia Young

F, #3217, b. 30 December 1841, d. 10 May 1934
Father*John Young b. 28 Jun 1798, d. 25 Dec 1845
Mother*Sarah Ann Mabie b. 15 Aug 1812, d. 15 Jan 1901
Reference5-1-8-8-7-5
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Quick. 
Birth*30 December 1841 Fanny Ophelia Young was born on 30 December 1841 at New York City, New York.1,2,3 
Bap-Adult*12 December 1845 She was baptised as an adult Sarah Jane, Margaret Ann, Mary Elizabeth, Thomas Jefferson, and Fanny Ophelia, children of John Young and Sarah Ann Maybee on 12 December 1845 at Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.1 
(Witness) Census23 August 1850 Fanny Ophelia Young appeared on the census of 23 August 1850 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah Young, 38, F, born in New York
Sarah J Young, 19, F, born in New York
Margtt Young, 17, F, born in New York
Mary E Young, 14, F, born in New York
Thos Young, 11, M, born in New York, attending school
Fanny Young, 8, F, born in New York, attending school.4 
(Witness) Census15 June 1855 Fanny Ophelia Young appeared on the census of 15 June 1855 in the household of Sarah Ann Mabie
; Sarah A Young, 43, F, Head, born in Westchester County, Widow, 30 years in this city
Sarah J Young, 23, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Margaret A Young, 21, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Mary E Young, 19, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, MB. Maker
Thomas J Young, 16, M, Son, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life, Spar Maker
Fanny O Young, 13, F, Daughter, born in New York County, lived in this city whole life.3 
Marriage*4 January 1869 Fanny Ophelia Young married Emerson W. Quick on 4 January 1869 at Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.2,5,6 
Death*10 May 1934 Fanny Ophelia Young died on 10 May 1934 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, at age 92.7 
Burial*12 May 1934 She was buried on 12 May 1934 at Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.8 

Family

Emerson W. Quick b. Mar 1839, d. 24 Oct 1908

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the records of the Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church.
  2. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Brooklyn Ward 13, Kings, New York; Roll: T623_1051 Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 188.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, State Census, 1855, New York City, Ward 11, New York, New York, E.D. 6, Household 306.
  4. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, New York Ward 11, New York, New York; Roll: M432_546; Page: 207A, Family 131; Image: 420.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York City, Compiled Marriage Index, 1600s-1800s & New York, New York, Extracted Marriage Index, 1866-1937.
  7. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, New York, Extracted Death Index, 1862-1948.
  8. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 133937585.

Emerson W. Quick

M, #3218, b. March 1839, d. 24 October 1908
Info* Information on him came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*March 1839 Emerson W. Quick was born in March 1839 at Ulster County, New York.1 
Marriage*4 January 1869 He married Fanny Ophelia Young, daughter of John Young and Sarah Ann Mabie, on 4 January 1869 at Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.1,2,3 
Death*24 October 1908 Emerson W. Quick died on 24 October 1908 at 135 Hewes Street, Brooklyn, New York, at age 69.4,5 

Family

Fanny Ophelia Young b. 30 Dec 1841, d. 10 May 1934

Citations

  1. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Brooklyn Ward 13, Kings, New York; Roll: T623_1051 Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 188.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records from Selected States, 1660-1926.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York City, Compiled Marriage Index, 1600s-1800s & New York, New York, Extracted Marriage Index, 1866-1937.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851-2003.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York, New York, Extracted Death Index, 1862-1948.

Lavinia Young

F, #3219, b. 4 August 1844, d. 27 July 1845
Father*John Young b. 28 Jun 1798, d. 25 Dec 1845
Mother*Sarah Ann Mabie b. 15 Aug 1812, d. 15 Jan 1901
Info* Information on her came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*4 August 1844 Lavinia Young was born on 4 August 1844 at New York City, New York. 
Death*27 July 1845 She died on 27 July 1845 at New York City, New York. 
Burial* She was buried at Saint John's Cemetery, Hudson Street, New York City, New York. 

William Hoogland Sammis

M, #3220, b. between 1813 and 1814, d. before 1860
Info* Information on him came from Joan Kliner Mahone, #150 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*between 1813 and 1814 William Hoogland Sammis was born between 1813 and 1814 at New York.1 
Marriage*28 May 1837 He married Lucinda Mabie, daughter of Abraham Mabie and Sarah Demarest, on 28 May 1837 at Second Street Methodist Church, New York City, New York.
"by H. Brown."2,3 
Census*30 October 1850 William Hoogland Sammis and Lucinda Mabie appeared on the census of 30 October 1850 at Ward 11, New York City, New York.
Wm H. Sammis, 36, M, Varnisher, New York
Lucinda Sammis, 35, F, New York
Cath Sammis, 10, F, New York
Mary A Sammis, 6, F, New York
Lucinda Sammis, 4, F, New York
Eliz Sammis, 2, F, New York
Sarah Maybe, 69, F, New York
Abram Maybe, 51, M, Dockbuilder, New York
Caroline Sniffen, 37, F, New York.1 
Death*before 1860 William Hoogland Sammis died before 1860. 

Family

Lucinda Mabie b. 10 Jul 1815, d. 15 Jan 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, New York Ward 11, New York, New York, Page 353, Roll M432_547.
  2. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from New York Methodist Marriages 1785-1893, by Wm. Scott Fisher.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York and Vicinity, United Methodist Church Records, 1775-1949.
  4. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the records of the Manhattan Reformed Dutch Church.
  5. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 1880 Census Brooklyn, Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York, Family History Library Film 1254848, NA Film Number T9-0848, Page Number 698B.

Annatje Namburgh1

F, #3221, b. say 1705, d. between 30 August 1745 and 1760
Married Name Her married name was Brouwer. 
Married Name Her married name was Mabie.2 
Name Variation  Annatje Namburgh was also known as Annatje Van Amburgh. 
Married Name Her married name was Mebie. 
Birth*say 1705 She was born say 1705 at Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York.3 
Marriage*6 November 1725 She married Willem Brouwer on 6 November 1725 at Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, New York.4,3 
Marriage*22 August 1730 Annatje Namburgh married Jeremias Mabie, son of Casper Pieterszen Mabie and Lysbeth Schuermans, on 22 August 1730 at Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, New York.
"Jeremyas Mebie, widower of Helena Canckely, born in Harlem, living in Phillips Burgh and Annatje Namburgh, widow of Willem Brouwer, born in Viskill, living on the Mennaer of Cortlant."2 
Death*between 30 August 1745 and 1760 Annatje Namburgh died between 30 August 1745 and 1760 at probably New Rochelle.5 

Family 1

Willem Brouwer b. s 1695, d. b 22 Aug 1730

Family 2

Jeremias Mabie b. 25 Jun 1699, d. b 27 Mar 1789
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow) marriage 8/22/1730.
  2. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow).
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  4. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow) marriage 8/22/1730 was widow of Wollem Brouwer.
  5. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151.

Petrus Mebie1

M, #3222, b. 23 June 1739
Father*Jeremias Mabie1 b. 25 Jun 1699, d. b 27 Mar 1789
Mother*Annatje Namburgh b. s 1705, d. bt 30 Aug 1745 - 1760
Reference5-6-10
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151; Joyce Wilman Hutchinson; James F. Wilman, Holden, Mass.#264 to early Maybee Society records. 
Name Variation  Petrus Mebie was also known as Peter Mabie. 
Baptism*23 June 1739 He was baptized on 23 June 1739 at Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, New York; witnesses: Jeremias Namburgh and Elizabeth Mebie.1 
Marriage* He married Lena Brouwer, daughter of Johanis Brewer and Elisabeth Conklin
(Witness) Will19 October 1778 Petrus Mebie was mentioned in the will of Jeremias Mabie on 19 October 1778 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. "In the Name of God Amen This ninthenth day October in the year of our lord Christ one Thousand seven hundred & seventy eight being low & weake but of parfect mind & memory thanks be to God for it & calling to mind the mortallyty of my Bodey & that it is appointed for all men once to dey I do recommend my Sole to God who gave it me nothing douting but as the Ginnorel Riserection. I shall receive it again & and as for my bodey, I recommend to the Ground to be buried in a Christian manner at the discreson of my executors yere after menchoned as tuching my wordly estate of which it hath pleased God to bless me with. I do give & dispose of in manner so followeth . Item I do give & bequeth to my eldest son Jeremiah Mabe ten pounds to him and his heirs, Executors, Administrators & Assigns forever to be a bare against & his heirs for ever after my widow's diseas. In primis I do leave to my beloved wife Mary Mabe what the Law alows her as long as she remains my widow or her diseas then to be sold at a conveniant time after her deseas movables and lands & a indisputable funds shall be given by mi Executors & the money arising from the sail to be devided between Rachel Vinson and Abraham Mabe and Henry Mabe and Peter Mabe and Affe Sifer and to Pashans Mabe to them & their heirs forever & I do give to my daughter Hannah Brewer Wedo my large Dutch Bibel & I do make and apint my loving Cosen Joshua Soulice my Esecutor in witnes hereof I have here unto set my hand & Seal.
Jeremiah Mabe, His Mark. In the Presents of us Daniel Bonnet Peter Dubois Benjamin Devone – Westchester County."2 

Family

Lena Brouwer b. 21 Aug 1746
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow).
  2. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257.
  3. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264.
  4. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society : This relationship in unsubstantiated, but is based on he and Phoebe Mabee Huestis's listing in Westchester Loyalists October 15, 1784 Return to Remsheg NS, and also the names of his children.
  5. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from records of the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow).

Lena Brouwer

F, #3223, b. 21 August 1746
Father*Johanis Brewer b. 1702
Mother*Elisabeth Conklin1 b. 1 Jun 1708
Name Variation  Lena Brouwer was also known as Brewer. 
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264 to early Maybee Society records. 
Name Variation  Lena Brouwer was also known as Eleanor. 
Married Name Her married name was Mebie. 
Name Variation  Lena Brouwer was also known as Helena. 
Baptism*21 August 1746 She was baptized on 21 August 1746 at Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, New York.2 
Marriage* She married Petrus Mebie, son of Jeremias Mabie and Annatje Namburgh
(Witness) Will1778 Lena Brouwer was mentioned in the will of Johanis Brewer in 1778 at Phillipsburgh Manor, Westchester County, New York. "Will of Johanis Brewer, of Manor of Philipsburgh in Westchester Co. mentions daughter Lena, wife of Peter Mabie."3 

Family

Petrus Mebie b. 23 Jun 1739
Children

Citations

  1. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257.
  2. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow).
  3. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, page 19.
  4. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264.
  5. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from records of the First Reformed Church of Tarrytown, NY (The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow).

Phoebe Mabee

F, #3224, b. 1757, d. 10 July 1811
Father*Petrus Mebie1 b. 23 Jun 1739
Mother*Lena Brouwer1 b. 21 Aug 1746
Note*  Steve Mabie, noted Mabie genealogist, and Maybee Society VP writes:
Some have selected Peter Mabie, son of Jeremiah Mabie and Anna Namburgh, as a possible father of Phoebe. This appears to be based on the apparent fact that Phoebe and her husband Thomas Huestis named a son Peter Mabee Huestis, combined with the fact that no one has come up with another Peter Mabee who would fit as Phoebe's father. I doubt the accuracy of this selection for several reasons.
First of all, lets start with Phoebe's tombstone. It has been transcribed and published as "Pheby Huestis, died 7/10/1811, age 54, Wallace, wife of Thomas"
Now, either this stone has been transcribed accurately, or it hasn't. Lets assume for the moment it is accurate. Thus, under this scenario, Phoebe would have been born in 1757. As it happens, Peter Mabie, son of Jeremiah, was baptized in the Tarrytown Reformed Church on June 23, 1739. Given that baptisms at this church were performed only quarterly, the implication is that Peter was born during the spring of 1739. Thus, Peter would have been at most 18 years old when Phoebe was born. While physically possible, it is extremely unlikely that so young a male would have a child in the mid-1700s. For one thing, unlike today, the father would have to provide for the child and mother, and Peter being the tenth child of Jeremiah hardly would have been in a position to do so. So, assuming that the tombstone is accurately transcribed, it is very doubtful that this Peter was Phoebe's father.
Now, what if the tombstone transcription is inaccurate? Obviously the possibilities are many. But this is probably a good time to examine what else Phoebe's descendants say about her. For reference, I am using this web site: http://www.islandregister.com/huestis1.html
"The story goes... that Major John Andre, a British officer was the go-between for General Benedict Arnold and the British, and that he was imprisoned at '76 Stonehouse or Mabie's Inn. Mabie was of good family and was a French Huguenot expelled from France. Thomas was arrested by rebel troops just before the end of the war and was probably also held at the Inn. Phoebe had been born in the house and Thomas ended up married to the daughter of the inkeeper????? - so says alan.huestis@ns.sympatico.ca"
Now, we know for a fact that Casparus Mabie built and owned, until 1773, the building described above. And we know that Casparus did not have a daughter named Phoebe. And Casparus' son Peter wasn't born until 1748. So, neither of them could possibly be Phoebe's father. In fact, the only Phoebe Mabie baptized in this time frame in all of Orange County, NY or Bergen County, NJ was Phoebe, the daughter of John Mabie and Phoebe Ferdon in the Schraalenburgh Reformed Church on April 22, 1764. So, if there is any truth at all to this family history involving Tappan, then it is most likely that this is the correct identification of Phoebe Mabee Huestis.
Of course, it's always possible that Phoebe's tombstone was incorrectly transcribed, and that she was born later, a daughter of Jeremiah's son Peter and his wife Lena Brewer. But in that case, neither the family history nor the tombstone would be correct. In fact, we wouldn't even know that Phoebe's maiden name was Mabee! All we would really know is that she and Thomas had a son named Peter Mabee Huestis. And who was their neighbor in Wallace around the time that Peter Mabee Huestis was born? None other than the Loyalist Peter Mabee from Westchester County. This opens the door to so many possibilities its ridiculous.2 
Married Name Her married name was Huestis. 
Birth*1757 Phoebe Mabee was born in 1757 at Tappan, Rockland County, New York.3,1 
Marriage*25 December 1780 She married Thomas Huestis on 25 December 1780 at White Plains, Westchester County, New York.4 
Anecdote*15 October 1784 From Westchester Loyalists October 15, 1784 Return, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia: Thomas Heustis - one man and one woman, located in Remsheg.5 
Death*10 July 1811 Phoebe Mabee died on 10 July 1811 at Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada.6,7 
Burial* She was buried at Wallace Cemetery, Wallace, Nova Scotia, Canada.6 
(Witness) Anecdote Thomas Huestis' grandson wrote down some of his recollections in a series of essays written for the Halifax newspaper in 1927. Martin B Huestis wrote of his grandparents:
My grandfather Thomas Huestis and grandmother Phoebe Maybee, and I suppose many other loyalists, from N.Y. came by vessel up the Bay of Foundy to the French Beaubassin the marshes of Amherst and Tantremar hoping to get land dyked by the French who had been driven out. When they found this land all taken up they came down the Northumberland Straits and up Remsheg and other harbours. How they managed to shelter themselves until shacks or log houses could be built and their lots of land secured, is a problem. Some think that effects brought from New York to Amherst by vessels were afterward carried on rafts made of cedar or other trees towed by boats down to points on the Northumberland Straits. There was no one to welcome them.
My grandfather, Thomas Huestis, it seems had drawn a lot on the North Shore but preferred this location in the centre of Remsheg Harbor and no doubt on account of a fine spring he found there. He dug a well about 6 feet deep. It stands there yet as stoned up by him, the stones now thickly moss covered. It has never, I believe, run dry and the water is good. A family of Dottens took up lots alternate lots sufficient to make a large farm for each family. A good school house stands among these lots but I do not know what disposition was made of the 500 acres each to Minister, School and Commons.
The loyalist movement was a greater one than many people think. I had read that over 80,000 were expelled from the U.S. forfeiting their estates. Everyman's Cyclopedia says "they emigrated to Canada after the United States had secured independence and formed the greater part of the population of Ontario and New Brunswick which they founded. It does not mention Nova Scotia. Murdoch's History of Nova Scotia says "In September 1783, 14,000 loyalist refugees were expected to come to Nova Scotia. Many vessels left N.Y. for N.S. in Sept. 1783, in which 8,000 refugees embarked." There may have been some romance in it as in the case of the Acadians from Grand Pre but the movement to and settlement in Nova Scotia was no glad picnic. Governor Parr writes from Halifax to Lord North in England. "I cannot better describe the wretched condition of these people than by enclosing a list of those just arrived in the Clinton transport, destitute of almost everything, chiefly women and children, all still on board as I have not yet been able to find any sort of place for them and the cold settling in severe."
Possibly our loyalists who came up the Bay of Fundy to Amherst and thence to Remsheg had not such a hard time. They had land grants and it is said 2 or 3 years of provision given to them; but getting shelter over their heads, wells dug and land cleared was a serious enough matter. I have heard of a man carrying a large bag of seed potatoes on his back over a trail from Truro to Pictou. This was long before the days of matches and the lighting of fires must have been a difficult matter.
I must beg my reader's forbearance if I mention my own forbears more often than other loyalists or Wallace in these sketches. My excuse is that I know more about my own people than any others, and another reason is that they were fairly representative of all. I have been greatly interested recently in the early history of my grandparents. Thomas Huestis was born of English parents in White Plains, Westchester Co., New York in 1859. I remember when he died and was buried at Wallace in 1851. Pheobe Mabie his wife was born in Tappan New York in 1757 and died in Wallace July 1811 aged 54 years. I spent a day recently up the Hudson River near Tarrytown and visited the house in which she was born. It was built at Tappan, N.Y., solidly of stone in 1755 by a Mr. Mabie. He was a French Huguenot of good family who was expelled from France came out from Holland with the Dutch to New Amsterdam, now New York. I was told by Mr. Mabie of Mabie Todd and Co., gold pen manufacturers, New York, that but one family of that name came to America. The large number of Mabies now in the United States and Canada it would seem came from that stock. Hamilton Mabie the well known journalist came from the same family. The house is now called the '76 Stone House or Mabies Inn. It became historically famous on account of the imprisonment within its walls of Major John Andre the English Officer, messenger in the "Great Treason" between Benedict Arnold the traitor at West Point and General Clinton the Brit- [some words were evidently dropped here]. Andre was found guilty for five days then taken to a hill back of the house and cruelly executed by hanging. Phoebe Mabie, my grandmother, was born in that house. No doubt as a young woman of the family she waited on Major Andre and I hope she gave him a good breakfast.
Thomas Huestis was the only one of a large family who stood loyal to Britain. He served in the army during the revolution, was arrested by the rebel troops shortly before the end of the war, and imprisoned until its close. I think it likely that he also was held in the '76 house, met and married Phoebe and took her with him to Nova Scotia. His family were brought under the influence of the Wesley and Whitefield movement. I have a letter dated 1822 written to my father Joshua Huestis in Remsheg by his Uncle Joshua Huestis in Pelham, New York, in which he says: "I have to tell you of the death of your grandmother. She said she died in the Lord and we buried her body in the first Methodist graveyard in Marmoneck [sic] N.Y." This accounts I think for the open door for the Methodist preacher in the home of Thomas Huestis. He was a good farmer, a man of very loving nature, always happy in his family affairs and friendly with everyone. One of the modernists he was said to be a universalist because he could not accept the doctrine of eternal damnation as taught with fervor by preachers of his day. He was for a time a lay preacher, but the Methodist quarterly board objected to his using their pulpit on account of his liberal views.
Phoebe Mabie Huestis II We know very little about Phoebe Huestis, daughter of Thomas. Her nephew, Martin Huestis, says this of her, in his essays:
Simon Bolivar Newcomb, a cousin of the astronomer, was also born in Wallace. His mother was Phoebe Huestis, daughter of Thomas, the Loyalist. His mother and father went to Texas when Simon was a child, leaving him in care of an aunt and uncle. His mother died in Texas. His father came back to Canada and settled in Ontario. When the lad was 19 he sent for him and educated him in law. Simon practiced afterward in Ohio, but like all the Newcombs, he was a pioneer. He moved to border settlements and became a judge in El Paso, Texas, later holding the same position in New Mexico. A born Newcomb, always going to the outer bounds.8 

Family

Thomas Huestis b. 25 Dec 1759, d. 18 Jun 1851
Children

Citations

  1. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264.
  2. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257.
  3. [S16] Steve Mabie, Chronology of Ontario Canada, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/canada/…, from tombstone, died age 54.
  4. [S277] RootsWeb, Candy's Work in Progress - Candy Oleson.
  5. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nscumber/loyalist.html
  6. [S16] Steve Mabie, Chronology of Ontario Canada, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/canada/…, from tombstone.
  7. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Molly Shumate, e-mail address, 6 Feb 2005.
  8. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar.
  9. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a genealogy by Douglas W. Huestis, e-mail address dtd 23 Mar 2005.

Thomas Huestis

M, #3225, b. 25 December 1759, d. 18 June 1851
Birth*25 December 1759 Thomas Huestis was born on 25 December 1759 at White Plains, Westchester County, New York.1 
MilService*  At Westchester County, New York, Thomas Huestis was in the military, He served in a Loyalist Unit, The Westchester County Chasseurs, under Col. James DeLancey, until it was disbanded. 
Marriage*25 December 1780 He married Phoebe Mabee, daughter of Petrus Mebie and Lena Brouwer, on 25 December 1780 at White Plains, Westchester County, New York.2 
Anecdote*15 October 1784 From Westchester Loyalists October 15, 1784 Return, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia: Thomas Heustis - one man and one woman, located in Remsheg.3 
(Witness) Death10 July 1811 Thomas Huestis was made a widower by the death of Phoebe Mabee on 10 July 1811 at Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada.4,5 
Marriage*after 1812 Thomas Huestis married Elizabeth Smith after 1812. 
Death*18 June 1851 Thomas Huestis died on 18 June 1851 at Wallace, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 91.6 
Anecdote* Thomas Huestis' grandson wrote down some of his recollections in a series of essays written for the Halifax newspaper in 1927. Martin B Huestis wrote of his grandparents:
My grandfather Thomas Huestis and grandmother Phoebe Maybee, and I suppose many other loyalists, from N.Y. came by vessel up the Bay of Foundy to the French Beaubassin the marshes of Amherst and Tantremar hoping to get land dyked by the French who had been driven out. When they found this land all taken up they came down the Northumberland Straits and up Remsheg and other harbours. How they managed to shelter themselves until shacks or log houses could be built and their lots of land secured, is a problem. Some think that effects brought from New York to Amherst by vessels were afterward carried on rafts made of cedar or other trees towed by boats down to points on the Northumberland Straits. There was no one to welcome them.
My grandfather, Thomas Huestis, it seems had drawn a lot on the North Shore but preferred this location in the centre of Remsheg Harbor and no doubt on account of a fine spring he found there. He dug a well about 6 feet deep. It stands there yet as stoned up by him, the stones now thickly moss covered. It has never, I believe, run dry and the water is good. A family of Dottens took up lots alternate lots sufficient to make a large farm for each family. A good school house stands among these lots but I do not know what disposition was made of the 500 acres each to Minister, School and Commons.
The loyalist movement was a greater one than many people think. I had read that over 80,000 were expelled from the U.S. forfeiting their estates. Everyman's Cyclopedia says "they emigrated to Canada after the United States had secured independence and formed the greater part of the population of Ontario and New Brunswick which they founded. It does not mention Nova Scotia. Murdoch's History of Nova Scotia says "In September 1783, 14,000 loyalist refugees were expected to come to Nova Scotia. Many vessels left N.Y. for N.S. in Sept. 1783, in which 8,000 refugees embarked." There may have been some romance in it as in the case of the Acadians from Grand Pre but the movement to and settlement in Nova Scotia was no glad picnic. Governor Parr writes from Halifax to Lord North in England. "I cannot better describe the wretched condition of these people than by enclosing a list of those just arrived in the Clinton transport, destitute of almost everything, chiefly women and children, all still on board as I have not yet been able to find any sort of place for them and the cold settling in severe."
Possibly our loyalists who came up the Bay of Fundy to Amherst and thence to Remsheg had not such a hard time. They had land grants and it is said 2 or 3 years of provision given to them; but getting shelter over their heads, wells dug and land cleared was a serious enough matter. I have heard of a man carrying a large bag of seed potatoes on his back over a trail from Truro to Pictou. This was long before the days of matches and the lighting of fires must have been a difficult matter.
I must beg my reader's forbearance if I mention my own forbears more often than other loyalists or Wallace in these sketches. My excuse is that I know more about my own people than any others, and another reason is that they were fairly representative of all. I have been greatly interested recently in the early history of my grandparents. Thomas Huestis was born of English parents in White Plains, Westchester Co., New York in 1859. I remember when he died and was buried at Wallace in 1851. Pheobe Mabie his wife was born in Tappan New York in 1757 and died in Wallace July 1811 aged 54 years. I spent a day recently up the Hudson River near Tarrytown and visited the house in which she was born. It was built at Tappan, N.Y., solidly of stone in 1755 by a Mr. Mabie. He was a French Huguenot of good family who was expelled from France came out from Holland with the Dutch to New Amsterdam, now New York. I was told by Mr. Mabie of Mabie Todd and Co., gold pen manufacturers, New York, that but one family of that name came to America. The large number of Mabies now in the United States and Canada it would seem came from that stock. Hamilton Mabie the well known journalist came from the same family. The house is now called the '76 Stone House or Mabies Inn. It became historically famous on account of the imprisonment within its walls of Major John Andre the English Officer, messenger in the "Great Treason" between Benedict Arnold the traitor at West Point and General Clinton the Brit- [some words were evidently dropped here]. Andre was found guilty for five days then taken to a hill back of the house and cruelly executed by hanging. Phoebe Mabie, my grandmother, was born in that house. No doubt as a young woman of the family she waited on Major Andre and I hope she gave him a good breakfast.
Thomas Huestis was the only one of a large family who stood loyal to Britain. He served in the army during the revolution, was arrested by the rebel troops shortly before the end of the war, and imprisoned until its close. I think it likely that he also was held in the '76 house, met and married Phoebe and took her with him to Nova Scotia. His family were brought under the influence of the Wesley and Whitefield movement. I have a letter dated 1822 written to my father Joshua Huestis in Remsheg by his Uncle Joshua Huestis in Pelham, New York, in which he says: "I have to tell you of the death of your grandmother. She said she died in the Lord and we buried her body in the first Methodist graveyard in Marmoneck [sic] N.Y." This accounts I think for the open door for the Methodist preacher in the home of Thomas Huestis. He was a good farmer, a man of very loving nature, always happy in his family affairs and friendly with everyone. One of the modernists he was said to be a universalist because he could not accept the doctrine of eternal damnation as taught with fervor by preachers of his day. He was for a time a lay preacher, but the Methodist quarterly board objected to his using their pulpit on account of his liberal views.
Phoebe Mabie Huestis II We know very little about Phoebe Huestis, daughter of Thomas. Her nephew, Martin Huestis, says this of her, in his essays:
Simon Bolivar Newcomb, a cousin of the astronomer, was also born in Wallace. His mother was Phoebe Huestis, daughter of Thomas, the Loyalist. His mother and father went to Texas when Simon was a child, leaving him in care of an aunt and uncle. His mother died in Texas. His father came back to Canada and settled in Ontario. When the lad was 19 he sent for him and educated him in law. Simon practiced afterward in Ohio, but like all the Newcombs, he was a pioneer. He moved to border settlements and became a judge in El Paso, Texas, later holding the same position in New Mexico. A born Newcomb, always going to the outer bounds.7 

Family 1

Phoebe Mabee b. 1757, d. 10 Jul 1811
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Smith b. s 1760

Citations

  1. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a genealogy by Douglas W. Huestis, e-mail address dtd 23 Mar 2005.
  2. [S277] RootsWeb, Candy's Work in Progress - Candy Oleson.
  3. [S192] Information taken from the Internet by John MayBee #8 : http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nscumber/loyalist.html
  4. [S16] Steve Mabie, Chronology of Ontario Canada, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/canada/…, from tombstone.
  5. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Molly Shumate, e-mail address, 6 Feb 2005.
  6. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member member # 151, Edna "Louise" Roll Everest.
  7. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar.
  8. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264.

Peter Mabee Huestis

M, #3226, b. circa 1791
Father*Thomas Huestis1 b. 25 Dec 1759, d. 18 Jun 1851
Mother*Phoebe Mabee1 b. 1757, d. 10 Jul 1811
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*circa 1791 Peter Mabee Huestis was born circa 1791 at Wallace, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Marriage* He married Ann Lefurgey
Separation*29 November 1859 Peter Mabee Huestis and Ann Lefurgey were separated on 29 November 1859 at Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada, In "The Islander," Charlottetown, 29 Nov 1859, Peter announced that he would not be accountable for any debts of Ann, who "has left my bed and board without cause."2 

Family

Ann Lefurgey b. 9 Apr 1798, d. 27 Dec 1871
Children

Citations

  1. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151;James Fletcher Wilman, #264.
  2. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a genealogy by Douglas W. Huestis, e-mail address dtd 23 Mar 2005.
  3. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Molly Shumate, e-mail address, 6 Feb 2005.

Ann Lefurgey

F, #3227, b. 9 April 1798, d. 27 December 1871
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Huestis. 
Birth*9 April 1798 Ann Lefurgey was born on 9 April 1798. 
Marriage* She married Peter Mabee Huestis, son of Thomas Huestis and Phoebe Mabee
Separation*29 November 1859 Ann Lefurgey and Peter Mabee Huestis were separated on 29 November 1859 at Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada, In "The Islander," Charlottetown, 29 Nov 1859, Peter announced that he would not be accountable for any debts of Ann, who "has left my bed and board without cause."1 
Death*27 December 1871 Ann Lefurgey died on 27 December 1871 at Prince Edward Island, Canada, at age 73. 

Family

Peter Mabee Huestis b. c 1791
Children

Citations

  1. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a genealogy by Douglas W. Huestis, e-mail address dtd 23 Mar 2005.
  2. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Molly Shumate, e-mail address, 6 Feb 2005.

Jane Huestis

F, #3228, b. 18 December 1822, d. 1904
Father*Peter Mabee Huestis b. c 1791
Mother*Ann Lefurgey b. 9 Apr 1798, d. 27 Dec 1871
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Cotton. 
Birth*18 December 1822 Jane Huestis was born on 18 December 1822.1 
Marriage* She married William Cotton at Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Death*1904 Jane Huestis died in 1904. 

Family

William Cotton b. 1811, d. 1858
Child

Citations

  1. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a genealogy by Douglas W. Huestis, e-mail address dtd 23 Mar 2005.

William Cotton

M, #3229, b. 1811, d. 1858
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*1811 William Cotton was born in 1811 at of Devonshire, England. 
Marriage* He married Jane Huestis, daughter of Peter Mabee Huestis and Ann Lefurgey, at Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Death*1858 William Cotton died in 1858. 

Family

Jane Huestis b. 18 Dec 1822, d. 1904
Child

Elizabeth Cotton

F, #3230, b. 2 October 1850, d. 24 June 1943
Father*William Cotton b. 1811, d. 1858
Mother*Jane Huestis b. 18 Dec 1822, d. 1904
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Schurman.1 
Married Name Her married name was Crossman. 
Birth*2 October 1850 Elizabeth Cotton was born on 2 October 1850 at Newton, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Marriage* She married Solomon Crossman at Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Death*24 June 1943 Elizabeth Cotton died on 24 June 1943 at North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada, at age 92. 

Family

Solomon Crossman b. 1844, d. 14 May 1882
Children

Citations

  1. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/, Lot (township/canton) 25, Prince (east/est), Prince Edward Island; Page: 8; Family No: 76.

Solomon Crossman

M, #3231, b. 1844, d. 14 May 1882
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*1844 Solomon Crossman was born in 1844 at Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Marriage* He married Elizabeth Cotton, daughter of William Cotton and Jane Huestis, at Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Death*14 May 1882 Solomon Crossman died on 14 May 1882 at Prince Edward Island, Canada. 
Burial* He was buried at North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 

Family

Elizabeth Cotton b. 2 Oct 1850, d. 24 Jun 1943
Children

Caroline Crossman

F, #3232, b. 13 June 1870, d. 24 April 1945
Father*Solomon Crossman b. 1844, d. 14 May 1882
Mother*Elizabeth Cotton b. 2 Oct 1850, d. 24 Jun 1943
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Bowness. 
Birth*13 June 1870 Caroline Crossman was born on 13 June 1870 at Prince Edward Island, Canada.1 
Marriage* She married Chester Lee Bowness.
"said 1841!!" 
Death*24 April 1945 Caroline Crossman died on 24 April 1945 at Prince Edward Island, Canada, at age 74. 
Burial* She was buried at North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 

Family

Chester Lee Bowness b. 26 May 1865, d. 15 Oct 1937
Child

Citations

  1. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/, Lot (township/canton) 19, Prince (east/est), Prince Edward Island; Page: 17; Family No: 152.

Chester Lee Bowness

M, #3233, b. 26 May 1865, d. 15 October 1937
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*26 May 1865 Chester Lee Bowness was born on 26 May 1865 at Norboro, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada.1 
Marriage* He married Caroline Crossman, daughter of Solomon Crossman and Elizabeth Cotton.
"said 1841!!" 
Death*15 October 1937 Chester Lee Bowness died on 15 October 1937 at North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada, at age 72. 
Burial* He was buried at North Bedeque, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. 

Family

Caroline Crossman b. 13 Jun 1870, d. 24 Apr 1945
Child

Citations

  1. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/, Lot (township/canton) 25, Prince (east/est), Prince Edward Island; Page: 8; Family No: 76 - said born 07 Jun 1870.

Charles Harold Bowness

M, #3234, b. 29 May 1890, d. 6 April 1967
Father*Chester Lee Bowness b. 26 May 1865, d. 15 Oct 1937
Mother*Caroline Crossman b. 13 Jun 1870, d. 24 Apr 1945
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*29 May 1890 Charles Harold Bowness was born on 29 May 1890 at Norboro, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada.1 
Baptism3 November 1899 He was baptized on 3 November 1899 at Prince Edward Island, Canada.1 
Marriage*8 March 1915 He married Bernice Irma Gleason on 8 March 1915 at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
Death*6 April 1967 Charles Harold Bowness died on 6 April 1967 at Peers, Alberta, Canada, at age 76. 

Family

Bernice Irma Gleason b. 23 Jul 1897
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Web: Prince Edward Island, Baptism Index, 1788-1943.

Bernice Irma Gleason

F, #3235, b. 23 July 1897
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Bowness. 
Birth*23 July 1897 Bernice Irma Gleason was born on 23 July 1897 at Bissel, Stevens County, Washington.1 
Marriage*8 March 1915 She married Charles Harold Bowness, son of Chester Lee Bowness and Caroline Crossman, on 8 March 1915 at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

Family

Charles Harold Bowness b. 29 May 1890, d. 6 Apr 1967
Child

Citations

  1. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Louise Everest, e-mail address, 23 Feb 2003 (her grand daughter.

Jeanne Oloise Bowness

F, #3236, b. 10 February 1920
Father*Charles Harold Bowness b. 29 May 1890, d. 6 Apr 1967
Mother*Bernice Irma Gleason b. 23 Jul 1897
Info* Information on her came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Roll. 
Birth*10 February 1920 Jeanne Oloise Bowness was born on 10 February 1920 at Edson, Alberta, Canada. 
Marriage*2 June 1939 She married Leslie Beaver Roll on 2 June 1939 at Edson, Alberta, Canada. 
Residence*1972 Jeanne Oloise Bowness and Leslie Beaver Roll lived in 1972 at Rainbow Lake, Alberta, Canada.1 

Family

Leslie Beaver Roll b. 11 Jun 1906, d. 30 Aug 1992

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Canada, Voters Lists, 1935-1980.

Leslie Beaver Roll

M, #3237, b. 11 June 1906, d. 30 August 1992
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*11 June 1906 Leslie Beaver Roll was born on 11 June 1906 at Wallsend, Northumberland, England. 
Marriage*2 June 1939 He married Jeanne Oloise Bowness, daughter of Charles Harold Bowness and Bernice Irma Gleason, on 2 June 1939 at Edson, Alberta, Canada. 
Residence*1972 Leslie Beaver Roll and Jeanne Oloise Bowness lived in 1972 at Rainbow Lake, Alberta, Canada.1 
Death*30 August 1992 Leslie Beaver Roll died on 30 August 1992 at Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, at age 86. 
Burial* He was buried at McLeod Valley Cemetery, Peers, Alberta, Canada. Inscription "buried before death?" 

Family

Jeanne Oloise Bowness b. 10 Feb 1920

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Canada, Voters Lists, 1935-1980.

Wayne Clarence Everest

M, #3238, b. 18 August 1937, d. 14 August 1991 or 13 August 1992
Info* Information on him came from Edna "Louise" Roll Everest, #151 to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*18 August 1937 Wayne Clarence Everest was born on 18 August 1937 at Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Marriage*24 June 1959 He married Edna Louise Roll, daughter of Leslie Beaver Roll and Jeanne Oloise Bowness, on 24 June 1959 at Edson, Alberta, Canada. 
Divorce* Wayne Clarence Everest and Edna Louise Roll were divorced. 
Death*14 August 1991 or 13 August 1992 Wayne Clarence Everest died on 14 August 1991 or 13 August 1992 at Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. 
Burial* He was buried at Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. 

Family

Edna Louise Roll