Anna Eva Freymeyer1

F, #4741, b. 6 November 1711, d. 6 October 1743
Father*Johann Michael Freymeyer b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Mother*Anna Elizabeth (?) b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Married Name Her married name was Braun.2 
Baptism*6 November 1711 Anna Eva Freymeyer was baptized on 6 November 1711 at West Camp Lutheran Church, West Camp, Ulster County, New York; sponsors Melchior Voltz and his wife Ann Eva.2,1 
Marriage*circa 1730 She married Adam Braun circa 1730 at Schoharie County, New York.2,3 
Death*6 October 1743 Anna Eva Freymeyer died on 6 October 1743 at age 31.3 

Family

Adam Braun b. s 1700

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248.
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.

Maria Elisabetha Freymeyer1

F, #4742, b. circa 1710, d. 1750
Father*Johann Michael Freymeyer b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Mother*Anna Elizabeth (?) b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Married Name Her married name was Braun.2 
Birth*circa 1710 Maria Elisabetha Freymeyer was born circa 1710 at New York.3 
Marriage*1 September 1731 She married Johannes Braun , Sr. on 1 September 1731 at Schoharie, Schoharie County, New York.3 
(Witness) Baptism20 November 1748 Maria Elisabetha Freymeyer was witnesses to the baptism of Johannes Freemyer Jr. on 20 November 1748 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Johannes Braun and wife.4 
Death*1750 Maria Elisabetha Freymeyer died in 1750.3 

Family

Johannes Braun , Sr. b. s 1700

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248.
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  4. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html

Anna Margaretha Freymeyer

F, #4743, b. 29 June 1704
Father*Johann Michael Freymeyer b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Mother*Anna Elizabeth (?) b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Married Name Her married name was Jung.1 
Birth*29 June 1704 Anna Margaretha Freymeyer was born on 29 June 1704 at Berntrot, Germany.2 
(Witness) Memo15 July 1709 She witnessed Johann Michael Freymeyer and Johann Michael Freymeyer on Jno. Untank's ship along with their neighbors, the Gerhardt Schaffer family and the Christian Streit family. In 1710, three large groups of Palatines sailed from London on 15 July 1709. 
(Witness) Religion1744 Anna Margaretha Freymeyer was listed on the list of families with Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) in 1744 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.3 

Citations

  1. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.

Jacob Freymeyer1

M, #4744, b. before 1695, d. February 1778
Father*Johann Michael Freymeyer b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Mother*Anna Elizabeth (?) b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Birth*before 1695 Jacob Freymeyer was born before 1695 at Heidleberg, Germany.2 
(Witness) Memo15 July 1709 He witnessed Johann Michael Freymeyer and Johann Michael Freymeyer on Jno. Untank's ship along with their neighbors, the Gerhardt Schaffer family and the Christian Streit family. In 1710, three large groups of Palatines sailed from London on 15 July 1709. 
Naturalization*13 March 1715/16 Jacob Freymeyer and Johann Michael Freymeyer were naturalized on 13 March 1715/16 at Albany, Albany County, New York; He petitioned the court to become a citizen in New York, 3-13-1715/16OS. Was naturalized along with his son Jacob (Albany Nats.)3,4 
Death*February 1778 Jacob Freymeyer died in February 1778 at Heifelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania.4 
Probate*19 February 1778 His estate was probated on 19 February 1778. "papers for the estate were issued to widow."5 

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248, naturalized in 1715/16.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 247.
  4. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  5. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248.

Anna Elizabeth (?)

F, #4745, b. circa 1673, d. 1 April 1766
Married Name Her married name was Freymeyer. 
Birth*circa 1673 Anna Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1673 at Germany.1 
Marriage* She married Johann Michael Freymeyer at Germany. 
Census4 July 1710 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer appeared on the census of 4 July 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and two persons under 10.2 
Census4 August 1710 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer appeared on the census of 4 August 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - two persons over 10 and three persons under 10.2 
Census4 October 1710 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer appeared on the census of 4 October 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - two persons over 10 and two persons under 10.2 
Census*25 March 1711 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer appeared on the census of 25 March 1711 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and three persons under 10.2 
Census24 December 1711 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer appeared on the census of 24 December 1711 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and four persons under 10.2 
Religion*1744  In 1744 Anna Elizabeth (?) and Johann Michael Freymeyer were listed on the list of families at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.3 
(Witness) Baptism9 July 1755 Anna Elizabeth (?) was witnesses to the baptism of Michael Frymier on 9 July 1755 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Michel Freymauer and wife.4 
Death*1 April 1766 Anna Elizabeth (?) died on 1 April 1766 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.5,6 

Family

Johann Michael Freymeyer b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 247.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  4. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  5. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 247 according to the Scoharie Lutheran Churchbook.
  6. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.

Johann Michael Freymeyer1

M, #4746, b. 1670, d. 26 October 1757
Anecdote The founder of the Freymeyer family in America was Micheal Freymeyer who with his wife, Anne Elizabeth and six children came to New York in 1709. He was a member of a group of some 3000 Palatines who, having lost their rich agricultural lands in the Rhine Valley by a series of wars and persecutions, were brought to America by the British governemtn to settle frontier lands in New York State. After a series of hardships and disappointments they finally settled in the Scoharie Valley in 1712. Micheal settled near Weiserdorf, now Middleburg, where some of his descendants still remain, but before 1780 we find his descendants in Breakabeen, Cobleskill, Canajohairie, and Richmondville. HUSB: We find his name, Micheal Freymeyer, recorded in Gov. Hunter's ration list in June 1710, and again in September 1714, as one of the Palatine heads of families. This record may be seen in the old stone fort museum in Scoharie, NY. The earliest record in the English Lutheran Church at Scoharie is signed by him as an elder of the church in 1728. We find him in the records of this church, also a number of birth, marriage, and death records of members of the families. The usual spelling of the name in these church records is Freymauer, but there and elsewhere in early records we find the spelling Freymier, Frimire, Vrymayer, Frymer, Freumeyer, Fremire, Frammire, Frymier, and Freemire. Among the interesting records in the English Lutheran Church at Scoharie is the death record in which the date of 1 Apr 1766 is recorded as the death of 'old Mrs. Freymauer.' This is undoubtably Micheal's wife, Anne Elizabeth.1 
MilService  Johann Michael Freymeyer was in the military, The family had at least six representatives in the army during the revolution: Albany County Militia, 15th Regiment Col. Peter Vroman, commanding Geo. Frymer, pvt Johannes Frymer, pvt Facid Frymer, pvt. John Frymer, pvt. Micheal Frymer, pvt. lines and levies not identified David Frammire Cobleskill Militia Co Christian Brown, Capt. Jacob Borst, Lieut. John Frimire, pvt. Geo. Frimire, pvt. Jacob Frimire, pvt. killed There is a marker attesting to Jacob's death. It is near Warnersville, OH.1 
Anecdote* The Frymire (Freymeyer) family were Palatines from near the Rhine River in Germany. Johann and his wife Anna Margretha and their children lived at the village of 5429 Ackerbach, Germany. Johann was a miller in Berntrot, As Protestants, Johan's family suffered the persecution along with other Palatines, from the Roman Catholics of France under King Louis XIV for many years. Many Protestants were jailed, tortured and executed. With this, the stage was completely set for the Great Palatine Migration. The ones who didn't leave on their own were forced out by war and religious persecution. Apparently, even many of the Protestants in the jails were released and forced to migrate. Almost all of those that left were stripped of their valuables, and many had nothing but the clothing on their backs as they started down the Rhine River to the Netherlands. Seeking their escape, thousands of Palatines went down the Rhine River in 1709 to Holland, where the English sent them to London. Most of the Palatines were then put in one of two refugee camps: there was one outside of London, and when that one got too full, one was set up in Ireland. England saw the German refugees as being worth their weight in gold for free labor. However, England had to ensure that the European refugees would not cost too much for upkeep. They were also not to be allowed to become citizens. That was the reason for the refugee camps. From the refugee/concentration camps, the English would ship the Palentines to any one of a number of its colonies throughout the world. As soon as a boat became available, it was packed with refugees to capacity and beyond. The voyage to the colonies was miserable. The boats were over-crowded, there was no privacy, the drinking water was polluted, and the food was vermin-ridden. Only enough food and water was supplied to provide for the longest average trip. If a boat was delayed by the weather, the refugees, who were considered as cargo, were in trouble. This is was the path of Johan Michael Freymeyer, his wife, and their 5 children. They left from Holland to England on 7/15/1709 on Jno. Untank's ship along with their neighbors, the Gerhardt Schaffer family and the Christian Streit family. In 1710, three large groups of Palatines sailed from London. The first went to Ireland, the second to Carolina and the third, with the Freymeyer family, to New York with the new Governor, Robert Hunter. The Freymeyer's and their neighbors left on the fifth sailing. There were 3,000 Palatines on 10 ships that sailed for NY and approximately 470 died on the voyage or shortly after their arrival. The English put the Palentines in camps along the Hudson River between New York City and Albany. They were to repay their debt to the Queen of England by making tar and lumber for her Royal Navy. The Freymeyers appear on Governor Hunter's Rations Lists of 1710 and 1712 in the New York colony. In the New York subsistence list of 1710, Michael Freymeyer was listed with 3 adults and 2 children. Unfortunately, this means that two of their children died on the way or shortly thereafter. by 1712 two more children were born. In 1712 he was listed with 3 adults and 4 children. Simmender's register lists him as living in what is now Middleberg, NY in 1717 with wife Elizabeth and 6 children. Eventually they moved to Schoharie, New York, where Johan Michael and Anna lived out their days. Michael and Anna died before the colony's began their fight with the British for independence.1 
Name Variation  Johann Michael Freymeyer was also known as Michael.2 
Birth*1670 He was born in 1670 at Germany.1 
Marriage* He married Anna Elizabeth (?) at Germany. 
Memo*15 July 1709 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Johann Michael Freymeyer with Anna Margaretha Freymeyer and Jacob Freymeyer on Jno. Untank's ship along with their neighbors, the Gerhardt Schaffer family and the Christian Streit family. In 1710, three large groups of Palatines sailed from London on 15 July 1709. 
Census4 July 1710 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) appeared on the census of 4 July 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and two persons under 10.3 
Census4 August 1710 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) appeared on the census of 4 August 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - two persons over 10 and three persons under 10.3 
Census4 October 1710 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) appeared on the census of 4 October 1710 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - two persons over 10 and two persons under 10.3 
Census25 March 1711 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) appeared on the census of 25 March 1711 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and three persons under 10.3 
Census24 December 1711 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) appeared on the census of 24 December 1711 at West Camp, Ulster County, New York.
On hunter list - three persons over 10 and four persons under 10.3 
Naturalization13 March 1715/16 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Jacob Freymeyer were naturalized on 13 March 1715/16 at Albany, Albany County, New York; He petitioned the court to become a citizen in New York, 3-13-1715/16OS. Was naturalized along with his son Jacob (Albany Nats.)3,1 
Religion*1744  In 1744 Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?) were listed on the list of families at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.4 
(Witness) Baptism9 July 1755 Johann Michael Freymeyer was witnesses to the baptism of Michael Frymier on 9 July 1755 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Michel Freymauer and wife.5 
Death*26 October 1757 Johann Michael Freymeyer died on 26 October 1757 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.6 
Burial* He was buried at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.1 

Family

Anna Elizabeth (?) b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Children

Citations

  1. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  2. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 247.
  4. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  5. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  6. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3., death recorded in Schoharie Lutheran Curch bk.

Magdalena Frymier1

F, #4747, b. 20 December 1772
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Name Variation  Magdalena Frymier was also known as Lena Freemyer.2 
Baptism*20 December 1772 She was baptized on 20 December 1772 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Jurgen Werner and Lena Forster.3 

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.

Margaretha Frymier1

F, #4748, b. 26 April 1770
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Married Name Her married name was Dygert. 
Baptism*26 April 1770 Margaretha Frymier was baptized on 26 April 1770 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Johannes Bellinger, Jr. and wife Margaretha.2,3 
(Witness) Baptism14 December 1788 She was witnesses to the baptism of Conrad Hauss on 14 December 1788 at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Bartholomeus Mebie Margaretha Freÿmaurer; Parentes Georg Hauss, im Canaj. Castle Maria Hauss, geb: Mebie 14tn Decembris Infans. Conrad Testes Bartholomeus Mebie Margaretha Freÿmaurer.4 
(Witness) Baptism10 April 1789 Margaretha Frymier was witnesses to the baptism of Abraham Schuyler on 10 April 1789 at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Abraham Mebie, Margaretha Freymaurer; Parentes, Peter P. Schuyler, von Canajoharrie Castle, Catharina Schuyler, geb: Freymaurer 10tn Aprill, Infans, Abraham, gebohren dan 29tn Martii Testes, Abraham Mebie, Margaretha Freymaurer.5 
Marriage*20 January 1791 Margaretha Frymier married Henrich P. Dygert on 20 January 1791 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York.6 

Family

Henrich P. Dygert b. 3 Mar 1769, d. 1795

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  3. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3., Schoharie Lutheran Churchbook.
  4. [S57] St Johnsville, New York; Reformed Dutch Church Records, Film Number 0017951.
  5. [S79] St. John's Church Archives, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  6. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, p. 210.

David Wesley Freemyer Sr.1

M, #4749, b. 28 February 1761, d. after 1834
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Birth*28 February 1761 David Wesley Freemyer Sr. was born on 28 February 1761 at Albany County, New York.1 
Baptism28 January 1763 He was baptized on 28 January 1763.1 
Baptism28 January 1765 He was baptized on 28 January 1765 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Friederich Matthes and wife.2 
(Witness) Baptism6 June 1790 He was witnesses to the baptism of Johann Jost Van Slyke on 6 June 1790 at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Sponsors: David Freymaurer and Cadlyn Mabie.3,4 
Marriage*circa 1792 David Wesley Freemyer Sr. married Catherine (?) circa 1792.1 
Census*1820 David Wesley Freemyer Sr. and Catherine (?) appeared on the census of 1820 at Jackson Township, Monroe County, Ohio.1 
Death*after 1834 David Wesley Freemyer Sr. died after 1834.1 

Family

Catherine (?) b. 1773
Child

Citations

  1. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  3. [S57] St Johnsville, New York; Reformed Dutch Church Records, Film Number 0017951.
  4. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families.

Abraham Frymier1

M, #4750, b. 24 January 1764, d. 19 February 1764
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Baptism*24 January 1764 Abraham Frymier was baptized on 24 January 1764 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Johannes Bauch and wife.2 
Death*19 February 1764 He died on 19 February 1764.3 

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.

Johan Freemyer1,2

M, #4751, b. 17 February 1762, d. 18 May 1762
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Baptism*17 February 1762 Johan Freemyer was baptized on 17 February 1762 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Johannes Braun and Magdalena Braun.3,4 
Death*18 May 1762 He died on 18 May 1762 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.5,6 

Citations

  1. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  4. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  5. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address. died in infancy.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Twehous Tree.

Anna Frymier1

F, #4752, b. 31 March 1760
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Married Name Her married name was Forester.2 
Baptism*31 March 1760 Anna Frymier was baptized on 31 March 1760 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Jürgen Förster and wife.2 
Marriage*24 February 1778 She married Martinus Forester on 24 February 1778 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.2 

Family

Martinus Forester b. c 1755

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.

Elisabetha Frymier1

F, #4753, b. 1 August 1758
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Married Name Her married name was Zimmer. 
Name Variation  Elisabetha Frymier was also known as Elizabeth.2 
Baptism*1 August 1758 She was baptized on 1 August 1758 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Nickel Matthes and wife.3 
Marriage*circa 1783 She married Peter Zimmer circa 1783.4 

Family

Peter Zimmer b. 13 May 1760, d. 1 Feb 1797

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  4. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.

Sara Frymier1

F, #4754, b. 17 November 1756, d. before 1840
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Married Name Her married name was Schaefer.2,3 
Birth*17 November 1756 Sara Frymier was born on 17 November 1756 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.3,4 
Baptism12 December 1756 She was baptized on 12 December 1756 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Adam Braun, Jr and Sara Matthes.4 
Marriage*8 October 1775 She married Lambert Schaefer Sr. on 8 October 1775 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.2,3 
Immigration*circa 1812  Circa 1812 Sara Frymier and Lambert Schaefer Sr. immigrated to Ohio.3 
Death*before 1840 Sara Frymier died before 1840 at Huron County, Ohio.5 

Family

Lambert Schaefer Sr. b. 11 Feb 1753, d. 27 Jul 1832

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  3. [S103] "Workman email," e-mail to John D. MayBee, 14 Dec 1999.
  4. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, SAR Lorain Co.

Jeremias Frymier1

M, #4755, b. 22 July 1753, d. 1781
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Name Variation  Jeremias Frymier was also known as George. 
Birth15 July 1753 He was born on 15 July 1753 at Albany County, New York.2 
Baptism*22 July 1753 He was baptized on 22 July 1753 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Jürgen Werner and wife.2 
Death*1781 He died in 1781 at Cobleskill, Schoharie County, New York.3 

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.

Michael Frymier1

M, #4756, b. 9 July 1755, d. 4 August 1829
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Birth21 June 1755 Michael Frymier was born on 21 June 1755.2 
Baptism*9 July 1755 He was baptized on 9 July 1755 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Michel Freymauer and wife.2 
Marriage*8 September 1782 He married Maria Ball on 8 September 1782 at Schoharie, Schoharie County, New York.3 
Census*1790 Michael Frymier appeared on the census of 1790 at Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, New York.
One free white male over 16, two free white males under 16, two free white females, no others.4 
Death*4 August 1829 He died on 4 August 1829 at Penfield, Monroe County, New York, at age 74.5 

Family

Maria Ball b. s 1760

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  4. [S61] Government Printing Office, U. S. Census for New York for 1790.
  5. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3., from "Rochester Anti-Masonic Inquirer", 4 Aug 1829, aged 73.

Jacob Frymier1

M, #4757, b. 6 October 1751, d. 15 May 1778
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Birth30 September 1751 Jacob Frymier was born on 30 September 1751.2 
Baptism*6 October 1751 He was baptized on 6 October 1751 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York; sponsors: Nickel Matthes and wife.2 
Death*15 May 1778 He died on 15 May 1778 at age 26; killed by indians.3 

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.

Catharina Frymier1

F, #4758, b. 19 November 1749
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Married Name Her married name was Schuyler. 
Birth14 November 1749 Catharina Frymier was born on 14 November 1749 at Albany County, New York.2 
Baptism*19 November 1749 She was baptized on 19 November 1749 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Michel Freimauer and Catharina Matthes.2 
Marriage*23 July 1776 She married Peter P. Schuyler, son of Peter David Schuyler and Elizabeth Barbara Herkimer, on 23 July 1776 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.3 

Family

Peter P. Schuyler b. 28 Nov 1746, d. 1822
Child

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.
  4. [S79] St. John's Church Archives, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm

Johannes Freimauer1

M, #4759, b. 9 September 1726, d. 1 June 1788
Father*Johann Michael Freymeyer2 b. 1670, d. 26 Oct 1757
Mother*Anna Elizabeth (?)2 b. c 1673, d. 1 Apr 1766
Name Variation  Johannes Freimauer was also known as Sr. 
Name Variation  Johannes Freimauer was also known as Freymeyer.2 
Name Variation  Johannes Freimauer was also known as Freimeyer. 
Birth*9 September 1726 He was born on 9 September 1726 at Schoharie, Schoharie County, New York.2 
Marriage*14 July 1745 or 20 June 1747 He married Anna Dorothea Matheus, daughter of Nicholas Matheus and Anna Elisabetha Kast, on 14 July 1745 or 20 June 1747 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.
"The marriage was registered 20 June 1747."3,4 
Memo1763 Johannes Freimauer was a freeholder of Schoharie in 1763 in 1763 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.5,1 
Death*1 June 1788 He died on 1 June 1788 at Albany County, New York, at age 61; in the battle of Cobuskill.2 
Probate*19 November 1790 His estate was probated on 19 November 1790 at Albany County, New York.6 
BaptismLDS*2 July 1953 He was baptized (by proxy) on 2 July 1953; Proxy is listed as Orlando Fisher Herron. 

Family

Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Children

Citations

  1. [S42] Submission by Barbara Maybee Carter (1932-2014), Maybee Society Member No. 3.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  3. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 598.
  4. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.
  5. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 248-4.
  6. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.

Johannes Freemyer Jr.1,2

M, #4760, b. 20 November 1748, d. 25 December 1748
Father*Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Mother*Anna Dorothea Matheus b. 14 Oct 1728, d. 19 Jan 1773
Birth13 November 1748 Johannes Freemyer Jr. was born on 13 November 1748.3 
Baptism*20 November 1748 He was baptized on 20 November 1748 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Johannes Braun and wife.3 
Death*25 December 1748 He died on 25 December 1748 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.4 

Citations

  1. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.
  3. [S237] Baptism Records, St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschoha/baptstpa.html
  4. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 249.

Robert Cairns1

M, #4761, b. 18 March 1860
Birth*18 March 1860 Robert Cairns was born on 18 March 1860 at Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.2 
Emigration*1892 He emigrated in 1892 from Canada.3 
Marriage*31 December 1900 He married Mary Amanda Rufus, daughter of John Wilbur Rufus and Anna Presley, on 31 December 1900 at Rossland, British Columbia, Canada.
"Robert Cairns, bachelor, 40, a Professional [rail road] Engineer of Trail B.C., born in Oxford County, Ontario, to . Richards Cairns and Margaret Adain; was married to Mary Amanda Maybee, 40, a widow of Rossland B.C., born in Woodstock, Ontario to J. W. Rufus and Anna Pressly; on 31 December 1900 at Rossland , British Columbia."4 
Census*24 April 1901 Robert Cairns and Mary Amanda Rufus appeared on the census of 24 April 1901 at Trail City, British Columbia, Canada.
Family 307
Robert Cairns, M, W, Head, M, 18 March 1860, 41, born in Ontario, Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Engineer R R
Mary Cairns, F, W, Wife, M, June 1860, 40, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England
Family 308
James Burdette, M, W, Head, M, 1875, 25, born in P. E. I., Irish Origin, Canadian, Church Of England, Boiler Maker
Estella Burdette, F, W, Wife, M, 1881, 19, M, born in US, Immigrated to Canada in 1897, English Origin, American, Church Of England.5 
(Witness) CensusMay 1910 Robert Cairns appeared on the census of May 1910 in the household of Orlow William Maybee and Bessie York at Mussigbrod Ranch, Bowen, Beaverhead County, Montana,
; Orlow D Maybee, Head, M, W, 30 M1, 1, Minnesota, New York, Canada, Ranch Laborer on Peter S Mussigbrod Hay Ranch
Bessie Maybee, Wife, F, W, 19, M1, 1 child born and living, Montana, England, England, none
Erich H. Maybee, Son, M, W, 11 months, S, Montana, Minnesota Montana, none
Robert Cairns, Step-father, M, W, 60, M,1, 10, Canada, Canada, Canada, immigrated in 1892, none
Mary A. Cairns, Mother, F, W, 50, M,2, 10, 4 children born and living, Canada, England, Ireland, immigrated in 1869, none.6 

Family

Mary Amanda Rufus b. 4 Nov 1850, d. 1 May 1925

Citations

  1. [S28] Information from Doug Lince given to Belva Perry of the Maybee Society in 1967. Family Info: Maybee/Rufus/Lince/Fitzgerald, Compiler was.
  2. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/index.html, and British Columbia Marriages 1872 to 1924, bca number: B11386, Registration Number: 1900-09-165697, GSU Number: 1983979.
  3. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, Beaverhead County, ED1, page 2, lines 79-80.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, British Columbia Marriage Index: 1872 to 1924, bca number: B11386, Registration Number: 1900-09-165697, GSU Number: 1983979.
  5. [S187] 1901 Canadian Census, online http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/index.html, Trail City, Rossland Riding/ Division Rossland), Yale & Cariboo, British Columbia; Page: 26; Dwelling 303.
  6. [S84] U. S. Census of Montana for 1910, lines 76-78, sheet 2, ED 1, Beaverhead County.

Mary Widger

F, #4762, b. circa 1801
Married Name Her married name was Maybee.1 
Name Variation  Mary Widger was also known as Polly.1 
Birth*circa 1801 She was born circa 1801 at New York.2 
Marriage*circa 1825 She married Abraham Maybee, son of David Maybee and Gerdraut Freimauer, circa 1825.1 
Census*1830 Mary Widger and Abraham Maybee appeared on the census of 1830 at Parish, Oswego County, New York.
Abram Maybee, one white male 20-30, one white female 20-30, two white males under five.3 
Census*4 October 1850 Mary Widger appeared on the census of 4 October 1850 at Mexico, Oswego County, New York.
Mary Maybee, 48, F, NY
Aaron M. Maybee, 21, M, NY
Joseph W. Maybee, 23, M, Laborer, NY
Adaline Maybee, 14, F, NY, attended school.4 
(Witness) Census17 July 1860 Mary Widger appeared on the census of 17 July 1860 in the household of Aaron Mindrus Maybee at Sand Bank PO, Parish Township, Oswego County, New York,
; Aaron M. Maybee, 30, M, Farm Laborer, NY, —, $25
Orin Maybee, 28, M, Farm Laborer, NY, —, $120
Sarah Maybee, 25, F, NY
Jas H. Maybee, 5, F, NY, attended school
Sylvanus Maybee, 1/12, F, NY
Mary Maybee, 59, F, NY.5 
(Witness) Census29 June 1865 Mary Widger appeared on the census of 29 June 1865 in the household of Orin Maybee and Sarah Clark at Richland Township, Oswego County, New York,
; Orin Maybee, 33, M, W, Head, born in Oswego, married 1 time, now married, Pedler, owned land
Sarah R Maybee, 29, F, W, Wife, born in Jefferson, 2 children born, married 1 time, now married
Joseph H Maybee, 10, M, W, Child, born in Oswego
Sylvenas A Maybee, 5, M, W, Child, born in Oswego
Mary Maybee, 64, F, W, [mother], born in Squaria?, 6 children born, married 1 time, now married
Mary A Maybee, 29, F, W, Sister, born in Oleans?, single, Teacher
Ortila? A Maybee, 31, F, W, Sister, born in Oleans?, single, Teacher.6 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 Mary Widger was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family

Abraham Maybee b. 1803
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society : Source Royal A. Maybee.
  2. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1850 census.
  3. [S74] United States Census of 1830 for New York : Roll 102, page 216, line 12.
  4. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Mexico, Oswego, New York; Roll M432_577; Page: 99A; Image: 475.
  5. [S91] 1860 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Parish, Oswego, New York; Roll M653_838; Page: 279; Image: 158; Family History Library Film: 803838.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, New York State Census, 1865, Town of Richland, Oswego, New York, Page 51-2, Household 401.
  7. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…

Felicity Chauvin1

F, #4763, b. 5 October 1825, d. 26 August 1912
Married Name Her married name was Patterson. 
Name Variation  Felicity Chauvin was also known as Phillis.2 
Married Name Her married name was Maybee.1 
Name Variation  Felicity Chauvin was also known as Felicia.3 
Birth*5 October 1825 She was born on 5 October 1825 at Michigan, daughter of Lambert Chauvin and Felicity Freton.4,3,5 
Marriage*11 January 1843 She married Abraham Maybee, son of David Maybee and Gerdraut Freimauer, on 11 January 1843 at Ste. Anne Catholique Church, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.
"Married, Abraham Mayby, age 33, son of David, and Felicia Chauvin, age 17. daughter of Lambert Chauvin."6,7,5 
Residence*1843 Felicity Chauvin and Abraham Maybee lived in 1843 at Hamtramck Township, Wayne County, Michigan.1 
Census*15 August 1850 Felicity Chauvin and Abraham Maybee appeared on the census of 15 August 1850 at Hamtramck Township, Wayne County, Michigan.
Abraham Maybee, 41, M, Farmer, NY
Felicia Maybee, 24, F, MI
Lambert Maybee, 4, M, MI
Elizabeth Maybee, 1, F, MI.8 
Marriage*10 December 1863 Felicity Chauvin married Peter Patterson on 10 December 1863 at Sainte Anne, Detroit, Michigan.4 
Death*26 August 1912 Felicity Chauvin died on 26 August 1912 at Saint Clair, Saint Clair County, Michigan, at age 86.2 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 She was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family 1

Abraham Maybee b. 1803
Children

Family 2

Peter Patterson b. 31 Oct 1839, d. 19 Jun 1931

Citations

  1. [S49] Genealogy of French Families of the Detroit River Region.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1897-1920.
  3. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Wayne County, M432, Roll 358, Page 984.
  4. [S49] Genealogy of French Families of the Detroit River Region : pg 896.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1695-1954.
  6. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, From: Ste. Anne (French) Catholique Church, Detroit, Michigan.
  7. [S1] Ancestry.com, Michigan, County Marriages, 1822-1940.
  8. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Hamtramck, Wayne, Michigan; Roll M432_366; Page: 493B; Image: 485, lines 8-11.

Sarah Arvilla Maybee

F, #4764, b. 12 January 1827, d. 9 December 1911
Father*David Maybee1 b. 23 Oct 1800, d. 21 Mar 1888
Mother*Mary Mowland1 b. 18 Apr 1806, d. 20 Apr 1887
Married Name Her married name was Brown.2 
(Witness) Note Sarah Arvilla Maybee was a witness According to Melvin Shaver there were older children: Orin, Miner, Addie and Orilla He says they returned to Parish where they died; however the name Addie shows up nowhere else and is probably Sarah Arvilla.3 
Birth*12 January 1827 She was born on 12 January 1827 at New York.4,5 
(Witness) Census1830 Sarah Arvilla Maybee appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of David Maybee and Mary Mowland at West Brunswick, Herkimer County, New York,
; David Mabee, one man 60-69, one man and one woman 20-29, one boy 5-9, one boys and one girl under 5.6 
(Witness) Census1840 Sarah Arvilla Maybee appeared on the census of 1840 in the household of David Maybee and Mary Mowland at Township of Raisinville, Monroe County, Michigan,
; David Maybee, Free White Persons - Males: between 10 and 15 - 2; between 15 and 20 - 1; between 30 and 40 - 1; Females: under 5 - 2; 5 under 10 - 1; 10 under 15 -1; 30 under 40 - 1. No Free colored persons, no slaves.7 
Marriage*1847 Sarah Arvilla Maybee married Morris Brown in 1847.2 
Census*11 July 1850 Sarah Arvilla Maybee and Morris Brown appeared on the census of 11 July 1850 at Raisinville Township, Monroe County, Michigan.
Morris Brown, 25, M, Farmer, $600, born in Michigan
Sarah M Brown, 23, F, born in New York
Annetta M Brown, 1, F, born in Michigan.8 
Census15 June 1860 Sarah Arvilla Maybee and Morris Brown appeared on the census of 15 June 1860 at Lexington Township, Sanilac County, Michigan.
Morris Brown, 33, M, Farmer, $500, $100, born in Michigan
Sarah Brown, 31, F, born in New York
Annetta M Brown, 12, F, born in Michigan
Albert R Brown, 9, M, born in Michigan
Norris Brown, 7, M, born in Michigan
Oscar Brown, 3, M, born in Michigan
Lilly C Brown, 1, F, born in Michigan.9 
Census13 July 1870 Sarah Arvilla Maybee and Morris Brown appeared on the census of 13 July 1870 at Lexington Township, Sanilac County, Michigan.
Morris Brown, 45, M, W, Farmer, $600, $500, born in Michigan
Sarah Brown, 42, F, W, Keeps House, born in New York
Annetta Brown, 21, F, W, At Home, born in Michigan
Albert Brown, 19, M, W, Laborer, born in Michigan
Eugene Brown, 17, M, W, Laborer, born in Michigan
Oscar Brown, 12, M, W, At home, born in Michigan
Lila Brown, 10, F, W, At school, born in Michigan
Victor Brown, 4, M, W, born in Michigan
Cora Brown, 3, F, W, born in Michigan [granddaughter].10 
Census14 June 1880 Sarah Arvilla Maybee and Morris Brown appeared on the census of 14 June 1880 at Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan.
Morris Brown, Head, W, M, 56, Married, Farmer, born in Michigan, father born in New York, mother born in Michigan
Sarah A. Brown, Wife, W, F, 53, Married, Keeping House, born in New York, father born in New York, mother born in New York
Lelah C. R. Brown, Daughter, W, F, 20, Single, born in Michigan, attending school, father born in Michigan, mother born in New York
Victor D. L. Brown, Son, W, M, 14, born in Michigan, attending school, father born in Michigan, mother born in New York
Cora I. Brown, Granddaughter, W, F, 13, Single, at school, born in Michigan, attending school, father born in Michigan, mother born in Michigan
Leo D. Casey, W, M, 2/12, born in March, Grandson, Single, born in Michigan, father born in Michigan, mother born in Michigan.11 
Census30 June 1900 Sarah Arvilla Maybee and Morris Brown appeared on the census of 30 June 1900 at Lexington Township, Sanilac County, Michigan.
Morris Brown, Head, W, M, Nov 1823, 76, Married 53 years, born in Michigan, father born in New York, mother born in Michigan, farms own farm
Sarah M Brown, Wife, W, F, Jan 1827, 53, Married 53 years, 8 children born 4 living, born in New York, father born in New York, mother born in New York.2 
Death*9 December 1911 Sarah Arvilla Maybee died on 9 December 1911 at Cadillac, Wexford County, Michigan, at age 84.5 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 She was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family

Morris Brown b. 24 Dec 1824, d. 3 Jun 1909
Children

Citations

  1. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995, for Sarah Arvilla Brown.
  2. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Lexington, Sanilac, Michigan; Roll: 743; Page: 12A; ED: 129; FHL microfilm: 1240743.
  3. [S142] Submission by George Maybee Martin (1906-1994), Maybee Society Member No. 1., In correspondence with Melvin P.Shaver.
  4. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1950.
  6. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 Census.
  7. [S72] United States Census in 1840 for Michigan : Monroe County Roll 208, page 345.
  8. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Raisinville, Monroe, Michigan; Roll: M432_358; Page: 334B; Image: 175.
  9. [S91] 1860 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Lexington, Sanilac, Michigan; Roll: M653_558; Pages 915-16; Images 411-12; Family History Library Film: 803558.
  10. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Lexington, Sanilac, Michigan; Roll: M593_703; Page: 82A; Image: 167; Family History Library Film: 552202.
  11. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Lexington, Sanilac, Michigan; Roll: 605; Family History Film: 1254605; Page: 122A; ED 336; Image: 0245.
  12. [S277] RootsWeb, Tammy's Family Tree.

Phillip DeGeer1

M, #4765, b. 1842, d. 15 April 1887
Birth*1842 Phillip DeGeer was born in 1842 at Stouffville, Whitechurch Township, York County, Ontario, Canada, son of John DeGeer and Elizabeth Winterstein.2 
MilService*  Phillip DeGeer was in the military, Philip DeGeer was a buglar in the Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiment in the civil war. He was wounded in the wrist in the battle of Spotsylvania Court House in northern Virginia (May 8 - 21, 1864) and while being taken to the hospital in an ambulance composed the 'Drummer Boy at Vicksburg.2 
Memo*1868 In 1868 the Council voted to expend seventy-five dollars as part payment for brass horns to be used by a band which had recently organized with Philip De Geer as director, the horns to be and remain the property of the village. The band became a famous one. The following list contains as many names of members of that first band as could be ascertained: Philip De Geer, Leader; Rens De Geer, Horn" ... and others at Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan.3 
Marriage*7 March 1870 He married Margaret Maybee, daughter of David Maybee and Mary Mowland, on 7 March 1870 at Fremont, Sanilac County, Michigan.
"Maggie Mabee, age 28, born in MI, married Philip Degeer, age 28, born in Canada, on Mar 7, 1870 in Sanilac County."4,1 
(Witness) Census14 July 1870 Phillip DeGeer appeared on the census of 14 July 1870 in the household of David Maybee and Mary Mowland at Lexington, Sanilac County, Michigan,
; David Maybee was 69, farming his own farm now worth $1800, and his personal propertywas worth $800. Besides his wife, 61, and daughter Margaret, 31, was Margaret's husband, Phillip Deeger, a 27 year old musician from Canada.5 
Death*15 April 1887 Phillip DeGeer died on 15 April 1887 at Wright County, Minnesota; He had no children.2 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 He was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family

Margaret Maybee b. Jul 1836, d. 1 Jan 1901

Citations

  1. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Sanilac Co Marriages 1849-1867, SL film # 72660-014828.
  2. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, from family notes compiled by direct descendents of John DeGeer and Elizabeth Winterstein (i.e. Myron DeGeer, Eugene DeGeer (Sr. and Jr.), Raymond Hill, and Murial DeGeer, among others).
  3. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, from A History of Lexington, Sanilac County by Florence H. Walther; Music and Musicians.
  4. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., Michigan Marriages.
  5. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Lexington, Sanilac, Michigan; Roll M593_703; Page: 82B; Image: 168; Family History Library Film: 552202.

Anna Dorothea Matheus1

F, #4766, b. 14 October 1728, d. 19 January 1773
Father*Nicholas Matheus1 b. 13 Feb 1701, d. b 1793
Mother*Anna Elisabetha Kast1 b. c 1694, d. bt 1752 - 1799
Married Name Her married name was Frymier. 
Married Name Her married name was Freimauer.2 
Name Variation  Anna Dorothea Matheus was also known as Mattes. 
Name Variation  Anna Dorothea Matheus was also known as Mattice.3 
Birth*14 October 1728 She was born on 14 October 1728 at Schoharie, Albany County, New York.3 
Marriage14 July 1745 or 20 June 1747 She married Johannes Freimauer, son of Johann Michael Freymeyer and Anna Elizabeth (?), on 14 July 1745 or 20 June 1747 at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie, Albany County, New York.
"The marriage was registered 20 June 1747."1,2 
Death*19 January 1773 Anna Dorothea Matheus died on 19 January 1773 at Cobleskill, Albany County, New York, at age 44.3 
BaptismLDS*4 March 1999 She was baptized (by proxy) on 4 March 1999. 

Family

Johannes Freimauer b. 9 Sep 1726, d. 1 Jun 1788
Children

Citations

  1. [S29] Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine Families of New York, pg 598.
  2. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001, e-mail address.
  3. [S102] Ancestry.com, 26 July 2001.

Joseph Mabie

M, #4767, b. 2 August 1729, d. before 1810
Father*Jan Pieter Mabie1 b. 9 Oct 1708
Mother*Dorothea Pikket1 b. 28 Jul 1703
ReferenceJP-1
Birth*2 August 1729 Joseph Mabie was born on 2 August 1729 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2 
Marriage* He married Catharina Schuyler, daughter of David Schuyler and Margaretha (?)
(Witness) ResidenceFrom before 1761 until 1767 From before 1761 until 1767 Cobus Maybee, Aagje Claase (?), and an unknown person were living at Indian Flats, Canajoharie Castle, Albany County, New York. During this period Sir William Johnson was at odds with Eghye, and was trying to take her land. He was successful in 1767 when he received the governor's permission to evict her.3 
MilService*between 24 July 1763 and 28 July 1763  Between 24 July 1763 and 28 July 1763 Joseph Mabie and Cobus Maybee served with Bartholomew Mabie, Bartholomew Pickert and Gerrit Van Sleuck, as members of Captain Jacob Klock's Company of Tryon County Militia in the Indian alarm at Burnelsfield - German Flatts, Albany County, New York.4,5 
(Witness) Residence1764 A map drawn as a result of a survey of the Van Horne Patent in 1764, shows the 'Widow Schuyler' with a house on Lot No. 26, David Schuyler's son Peter D. with a house on Lot No. 28, and David's son-in-law Joseph Mabee with a house on Lot No. 27, all in a row on the Third Allotment.6 
Residence*9 October 1764 9 October 1764 Joseph Mabie and Catharina Schuyler were living on the Van Horne Patent between the widow Schuyler and Peter Davitse Schuyler according to a survey which divided the patent.7 
Memo1766 Joseph Mabie paid a tax of £8 in 1766 at Canajoharie, Albany County, New York.8 
Land7 July 1766 7 July 1766 Joseph Mabee of Canajoharie along with Margaret, Adonia, and Phillip Schuyler mortgaged property to John Duncan of Schenectady. The property was part of the estate of David Schuyler, deceased.9 
Memo18 May 1775 He Joseph Mayby was one of the men of Tryon County who signed a document supporting the Continental Congress on this date. on 18 May 1775 at Tryon County, New York.10 
Memo12 August 1775 He Joseph Meby appeared before the Committees of the Palatine and Conajohary Districts, meeting at the house of William Seeber, having been accused of engaging and stirring up Indians to rescue Capt. John Petry, who was being sent as a prisoner to Albany. Joseph acknowledged his actions to have been wrong, and his plea for clemency was accepted by the Committee, and the case was discharged. on 12 August 1775 at Tryon County, New York.10 
Memo*7 September 1775 He and Harmanus Mabie Joseph Meby voted for Ant. Van Fechten for Sherrif of Tryon County. Harmanus Meby voted for Johannes Frey for the same position. It appears that Frey won the election. on 7 September 1775 at Tryon County, New York.10 
Memo*1779 'The People versus Joseph Mabie' was on the docket in 1779 at Court of Common Pleas, Tryon County, New York.11 
MilServicebetween 1776 and 1782 Between 1776 and 1782 Joseph Mabie, his son, David Maybee, and his son in law, Gerrit Van Slyke were private soldiers in Captain Joseph Dygart's First Company of the First (Canajoharie) Regiment of the Tryon County Militia under Colonel Samuel Campbell.12,13 
(Witness) Baptism1 May 1784  On 1 May 1784 Joseph Mabie and his wife, Catharina Schuyler, witnessed the baptism of his brother, Jacob's daughter, Catharine Mabie, at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; The sponsors were listed as Joseph Mavis and Catharina.14 
(Witness) Baptism10 September 1784 Joseph Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Johann Jost Louks on 10 September 1784 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; Sponsors: Joseph Maebee and Catherina.14,15 
Land9 December 1785  On 9 December 1785 at Canajoharie Castle, Montgomery County, New York, Joseph Mabie received a patent of 1213 acres of land due to his service in the Revolutionary War.. This was the family lands taken by Sir William Johnson from his grandmother. The land was then in Montgomery County (now Danube, Herkimer County) and encompassed Cojanaharie Castle which was his home, and the birthplace of his son David.16 
Memo1788 He was included on the tax list in 1788 at Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, New York.10 
Memo1789 He and a David Mabee (?son or brother?) were listed in the minutes of the Court of Common Pleas in 1789 at Montgomery County, New York.11 
(Witness) Baptism10 April 1789  On 10 April 1789 Joseph Mabie and his wife, Catharina Schuyler, witnessed the baptism of his son David's daughter, Catharina Maybee, at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Joseph Mebie, Catharina Mebie; Parentes, David Mebie, von Canajoharrie Castle, Gertrud Mebie, geb: Freymaurer 10tn Apirll, Infans, Catharina; Testes, Joseph Mebie, Catharina Mebie.17 
Census*1790 Joseph Mabie and Catharina Schuyler appeared on the census of 1790 at Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, New York.
Enumeration includes two white males 16 or over, two white males under 16, four white females, no free non-whites, slave column is illegible.18 
Land10 April 1793  On 10 April 1793 at Canajoharie Castle, Montgomery County, New York, Joseph Mabie sold 100 acres of land to Peter B Bellinger(Bettinger) for £440.19,20 
Immigration*1793  In 1793 Joseph Mabie and Catharina Schuyler immigrated to Sullivan, Herkimer County, New York.19 
Land*24 April 1794  On 24 April 1794 at Oneida Reservation, Herkimer County, New York, Joseph Mabie and Jacob Schuyler claim land in Madison Co. apparently recently sold by the Oneida Nation (presumably to the State of New York) by right of pre-emption. Claim 92, in the Oneida Claims of Pre-Emption of 1794/5, is for both Jacob Schuyler and Joseph Mabee and includes affidavits by Peter Marsh and Gerrit Van Slyck that Jacob and Joseph did in fact lease the land from the Oneidas. That the land is between Chittenango and the Military Tract lands. Says that Joseph Mabee and Jacob Schuyler, David Schuyler Jr. and said Peter & Gerrit all occupy land in this area and have done so with the consent of the Oneidas. The land records are on LDS film 946422. [Duett]
... Jacob Schuyler and Joseph Mabee leased of the Onidas all the lands mentioned within the lease for themeselves and the following mentioned persons (viz.) Peter Marsh, Gerrit Van Slyck, David Schuyler Jr, Hezekiah Olcott, and Jacob Price... they are all of full age and have children except the said David Schuyler, Jr. [Schuyler]21,22 
Land7 December 1795 Jacob Schuyler & Joseph Mabee Several Occupants on Onida Reservation
Under the following memorandum, writing or agreement, Onida, April twenty fourth day one thousand seven hundred ninety four. Know all men that we the native Indians of Onida nominated Sachems, Chiefs & Warriors, do elect, empower Jacob Reed to act & transact a business of importance with Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler of the State of New York & County of Herkimer. I, therefore Jacob Reed do grant the farm let unto Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler, a certain tract or parcel of land which we the said Natives are unable to improve, lying on our reserve commonly call The Chedenango (alias Chittelingo) above the main bridge, both sides of the creek. Therefore they the said Native Indians do Covenant & agree with Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler, their heirs & assigns, that the said Joseph & Jacob shall have hold, occupy & enjoy the said tract or parcel of land one year free from the time the said Joseph & Jacob their heirs & assigns shall improve on the same: and the second year they the said Joseph & Jacob their heirs or assigns shall pay forty pounds or one hundred dollars until the full end & term of three years: to have & to hold the said parcel of land before mentioned, free, clear, peaceable & unmolested during the term of years. In witness where of to these presents, on behalf of the chiefs, Sachems & warriors I do set my hand & name in Onida on the day & date first mentioned. (signed) Jacob Reed
Also a memorandum in the following words, annex'd to the above.
By order of the Sachems, Chiefs & Warriors of the Onida Nation of Indians I hereby certify that Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler leased of the Onidas all the lands mentioned in the within lease for themselves & the following mentioned persons /viz./ Peter Marsh, Gerrit Van Slyck, David Schuyler Jun., Hezekiah Olcott & Jacob Rice & not inserting the five last mentioned persons in this lease is by reason. That the said Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler became sureties for said rent within mentioned lease. And said lease is to comprehend the Chedenanka & Tuscarora lands. I do further certify that myself & the Chiefs of our tribe & our surveyor attended at Canasaroga to measure the said lands as in said lease mentioned That the said mentioned persons were actually improving the said lands & the said parties desired us to put off the measurement of said lands, being one hundred acres to each, until a final settlement with our tribe & the State of New York should take place; and no other person has any rights from us to claim by lease or improvement any lands lying between Chedenanka & the Military line.
December 7, 1795     By order of the Sachems & Warriors of our tribe. (signed) Jacob Reed

Herkimer County
Peter Marsh & Gerrit Van Slyke (now resident on Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, depose & say that they were present & saw Jacob Reed subscribe the last mentioned Certificate on the 7th day of December instant, & at the same time heard the said Jacob Reed acknowledge that he had on behalf of the Onida Nation given & entered into the foregoing agreement or lease to & with the above named Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler and the deponents further say that the said agreement as aforesaid was made by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation of Indians, as they have often heard sundry of the same Nation confess & acknowledge; particularly the said Peter Marsh says that early in the month of April last past, Schenando, Ludwick, Anthony, Jacob Dackstedder, John Denny & some others of the Chiefs of the said Nation, together with a surveyor called upon the persons in the said lease or agreement mentioned at their houses & offered & proposed to survey off the said tract to the said persons, but the survey was postponed for the reasons in the foregoing certificate of John Reed mentioned. These Deponents further say that the above named Joseph Mabee was actually resident on the said tract of land (between the Chittelingo & the Military Tract of lands) on the first of July 1794 & has occupied & improved thereon to this time by the consent of the said Onida Nation. And these Deponents further say that the said Jacob Schuyler, David Schuyler Jun. & the said Peter & Gerrit occupied & improved the said described piece of land before & on the first day of January last past, & by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation and also that they are all of full age & have families except the said David Schuyler Jun. But whether the dwelling houses of the said persons (except the said Joseph Mabee) are situated on the tract lately purchased of the Onida Nation, these Deponents are ignorant, the line between the said tract & Hardenburgh's location not being ascertained, & the houses standing near the same. Conrad Klock, (resident on the Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, says that the above named persons have occupied & improved the tract of land above described for more than one year last past by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation, as he verily believes.
Sworn this 9th day of December 1795 Before me Hugh White, Justice & Judge
(signed) Peter Marsh, Conrad Klock (his mark) and Gerrit Van Slyck (his mark.)21,23 
(Witness) Land8 December 1795 Jacob Schuyler Occupant on Onida Reservation of an improved piece or parcel of land situate on the southwesterly tract of the Onida Reservation on the west side of the Shattelingo branch, so called, & on the south side of the Genesee road leading to the Deep Springs about one mile & adjoining to the said Shettelingo branch; said improved piece of land as now cultivated containing about eighteen acres
Herkimer County: Jacob Seeber (a resident on the Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, depseth & says that: the above named Jacob Schuyler has possessed, occupied & improved the above described piece of land for more than four years last past & has continued his said occupation to this time. And that Deponent further says that the occupation & improvement of the said Jacob as aforesaid was by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation of Indians, according to the best knowledge & belief of this deponent; having seen the said Indians receive rent from him the said Jacob; but the said Jacob's dwelling house is a little northerly of the tract lately purchased from the said Indians, on what is called Hardenburgh's location, yet one Joseph Mabee (brother in law to the said Jacob) actually resides with his family on the said described piece of land & has constantly occupied the same for eighteen months last past with the consent of the Indians. And further the Deponent saith not.     signed) Jacob Seeber
Sworn this 8th day of December 1795 before me Hugh White, Justice.23 
Census*1800 Joseph Mabie appeared on the census of 1800 at Cazenovia, Chenango County, New York.
Was listed with one male 16-25, one male 46 or older, and one female from 26-45.24 
Death*before 1810 He died before 1810.25 
BaptismLDS*3 August 1983 He was baptized (by proxy) on 3 August 1983. 

Family

Catharina Schuyler b. s 1740, d. c 1795
Children

Citations

  1. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, Pg 15.
  2. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, pg 15 has baptism confused with Achien, but date is not Achien's.
  3. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, Quoting from Sir William Johnson's collected papers, vol x, p220; vol xi, pp469, 555, 556; vol xii, p288.
  4. [S89] Lou D. MacWelty, The Book of Names, p 10.
  5. [S248] Submission by Jeanine M Kowalski, Maybee Society Member No. 317., "Kocherthal Records of West Camp Lutheran Church" by J. Christian Krahmer.
  6. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003, A map drawn as a result of a survey of the Van Horne Patent in 1764, shows the 'Widow Schuyler' with a house on Lot No. 26, David's son Peter D. with a house on Lot No. 28, and David's son-in-law Joseph Mabee with a house on Lot No. 27, all in a row on the Third Allotment.
  7. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, A map of theVan Horne Patent, showing the houses on the South side of the Mohawk River, dated 10/9/1764, shows the house of Joseph Mabie adjacent to that of the widow Schuyler. The Van Horne Patent extended upstream from the Montgomery County area into what is now Herkimer County. The original of the map is located at the New York State Office of General Services, Albany.
  8. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, Canajoharie Tax List - 1766.
  9. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Albany County, New York Mortgage Books, Book 2, pg 59, LDS Film 463,352.
  10. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…
  11. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas.
  12. [S70] The Tryon County Militia Project, online http://www.fortklock.com/names1regiment.htm
  13. [S85] Berthold Fernow, New York in the Revolution.
  14. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve).
  15. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, pg470.
  16. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, from New York State Endorsed Land Papers, vol 40, p 101.
  17. [S79] St. John's Church Archives, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  18. [S61] Government Printing Office, U. S. Census for New York for 1790, page 99.
  19. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : draft Ms by James O. Schuyler dtd 25 Feb 1986.
  20. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives.
  21. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : New York State Surveyor General Field Book 27, Claim 92.
  22. [S92] Mack D. Duett, "Ehle Family Records," e-mail to John MayBee, LDS film 946422.
  23. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., LDS Film 946422, Surveyors' Field Books.
  24. [S73] United States Census of 1800 for New York : page 940, line 5.
  25. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p170.
  26. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, David lives on Joseph's Land, Joseph and Catherine are Sponsor's of David's daughter Catherine.
  27. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, on 1814 quitclaim.

Catharina Schuyler

F, #4768, b. say 1740, d. circa 1795
Father*David Schuyler b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Margaretha (?) b. s 1700
Info* Information on her came from James Schuyler, #19 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Mabie. 
Birth*say 1740 Catharina Schuyler was born say 1740 at Herkimer County, New York. 
Marriage* She married Joseph Mabie, son of Jan Pieter Mabie and Dorothea Pikket
Residence*9 October 1764 9 October 1764 Catharina Schuyler and Joseph Mabie were living on the Van Horne Patent between the widow Schuyler and Peter Davitse Schuyler according to a survey which divided the patent.1 
(Witness) Baptism1 May 1784  On 1 May 1784 Catharina Schuyler and her husband, Joseph Mabie, witnessed the baptism of hier neice, Jacob's daughter, Catharine Mabie, at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; The sponsors were listed as Joseph Mavis and Catharina.2 
(Witness) Baptism10 September 1784 Catharina Schuyler was witnesses to the baptism of Johann Jost Louks on 10 September 1784 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; Sponsors: Joseph Maebee and Catherina.2,3 
(Witness) Baptism10 April 1789 Catharina Schuyler was witnesses to the baptism of Catharina Maybee on 10 April 1789 at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Joseph Mebie, Catharina Mebie; Parentes, David Mebie, von Canajoharrie Castle, Gertrud Mebie, geb: Freymaurer 10tn Apirll, Infans, Catharina; Testes, Joseph Mebie, Catharina Mebie.4 
Census*1790 Catharina Schuyler and Joseph Mabie appeared on the census of 1790 at Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, New York.
Enumeration includes two white males 16 or over, two white males under 16, four white females, no free non-whites, slave column is illegible.5 
Immigration*1793  In 1793 Catharina Schuyler and Joseph Mabie immigrated to Sullivan, Herkimer County, New York.6 
Death*circa 1795 Catharina Schuyler died circa 1795. 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 She was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family

Joseph Mabie b. 2 Aug 1729, d. b 1810
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, A map of theVan Horne Patent, showing the houses on the South side of the Mohawk River, dated 10/9/1764, shows the house of Joseph Mabie adjacent to that of the widow Schuyler. The Van Horne Patent extended upstream from the Montgomery County area into what is now Herkimer County. The original of the map is located at the New York State Office of General Services, Albany.
  2. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve).
  3. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, pg470.
  4. [S79] St. John's Church Archives, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  5. [S61] Government Printing Office, U. S. Census for New York for 1790, page 99.
  6. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : draft Ms by James O. Schuyler dtd 25 Feb 1986.
  7. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives.
  8. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, David lives on Joseph's Land, Joseph and Catherine are Sponsor's of daughter Catherine.

Dorothy Mabee

F, #4769, b. circa 1761, d. 14 February 1846
Father*Joseph Mabie1 b. 2 Aug 1729, d. b 1810
Mother*Catharina Schuyler b. s 1740, d. c 1795
ReferenceJP-1-3
Info* Information on her came from James Schuyler, #19 to early Maybee Society records. 
Name Variation  Dorothy Mabee was also known as Mavi.2 
Married Name Her married name was Marsh.1 
Birth*circa 1761 She was born circa 1761 at Canajoharie Castle, Albany County, New York.1 
(Witness) Baptism5 August 1782 She was witnesses to the baptism of Johann George Loucks on 5 August 1782 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Tryon County, New York; Sponsors: Wilhelm Laux and Dorothea Maevis.3 
Marriage*25 November 1783 Dorothy Mabee married Peter Marsh on 25 November 1783 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Tryon County, New York.
"German Flats Church records Peter Marsh and Dorothy Mavi. Pickard Family says wedding at Cojaniharie."1,4 
Census*1790 Dorothy Mabee and Peter Marsh appeared on the census of 1790 at Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, New York.
One free white male over 16, two free white males under 16, two free white females, no others. Was listed next door to Albert Mebie.5 
Census1800 Dorothy Mabee and Peter Marsh appeared on the census of 1800 at Cazenovia, Chenango County, New York.6 
Land*1804  In 1804 at Manlius, Onondaga County, New York, Dorothy Mabee and Peter Marsh Marsh, Dorothy & Peter to S(ylvester). Spencer & ano. (S, 337) Lot 88.
The same lot number appears on two more records with Sylvester & Lorance Spencer selling parts of it to E. Leach & T. Everts in 1804.7 
(Witness) Quit Claim26 January 1814 26 January 1814 Dorothy Mabee signed a quitclaim on the property being sold to George Herkimer from the estate of David Schuyler. Listed as signers by signature or mark of the quitclaim deed are John Jos Schuyler, Caty Pickard, Peter P. Schuyler, P. Marsh, Dorothy Marsh, Garret Van Slyck, Anna Van Slyck, Catherine Ehle, Nicholas Maher, Jacob Schuyler, Alida Herkimer, John A. Schuyler, David A. Schuyler, Peter A. Schuyler, Nicholas Schuyler, and Joseph Loux.8 
Death*14 February 1846 Dorothy Mabee died on 14 February 1846 at Manlius, Onondaga County, New York.9,10 
BaptismLDS*10 September 2000 She was baptized (by proxy) on 10 September 2000. 

Family

Peter Marsh b. 1755, d. 7 Mar 1821
Children

Citations

  1. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives.
  2. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve) : marriage record.
  3. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, pg470.
  4. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve).
  5. [S61] Government Printing Office, U. S. Census for New York for 1790.
  6. [S73] United States Census of 1800 for New York : page 940, line 7.
  7. [S145] WorldConnect Post-em, Susie Martin-Rott, e-mail address, 4 Dec 2002
    Property Sales by Date of Recording, Town of Manlius, Onondaga, NY.
  8. [S92] Mack D. Duett, "Ehle Family Records," e-mail to John MayBee, 13 July 1999. Quit Claim - Otsego County NY
    Deeds. Lieber T, p.4-8 dated 26 Jan 1814, rec'd 8 Mar 1815.
  9. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, From Peter's Revolutionary. War Pension file.
  10. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives, Pension file of Peter Marsh.
  11. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : draft Ms by James O. Schuyler dtd 25 Feb 1986.

Caroline Miller1

F, #4770, b. 4 September 1818, d. 29 October 1873
Father*John Miller1 b. 10 Aug 1788, d. 23 Feb 1852
Mother*Margaret Maybee1 b. 23 Jan 1792, d. 27 Nov 1870
Married Name Her married name was Aucumpau, married Truman Aucumpau.2 
Married Name Her married name was Voorhees.1 
Birth*4 September 1818 Caroline Miller was born on 4 September 1818 at Schoharie County, New York.1 
Marriage*21 August 1839 She married Eleazer Voorhees on 21 August 1839 at Parish, Oswego County, New York.1 
Death*29 October 1873 Caroline Miller died on 29 October 1873 at age 55.2 
Burial* She was buried at Gates Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison County, New York.3 
BaptismLDS*8 January 2001 She was baptized (by proxy) on 8 January 2001. 

Family

Eleazer Voorhees b. 1800, d. 15 Oct 1868
Child

Citations

  1. [S48] Family Bible of John J. Miller.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Ancestry Member Tree, ‘2017', by RinasMandau.
  3. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 28804504.
  4. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from Wendy Jackson Buscaglia, e-mail address, March 2013.