Killmer Family History

The Genealogy of the Killmer Family

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"May have married 1st Singer, but his mother was a Singer"
(source: HAVC7CA database, GeneaNet, Cecil B. Haver
(jvbhaver@juno.com)) 
Spoor, Jacob (I1421)
 
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1900 - Census Found in Queens at an Army Fort. Daniel was in the army during WWII he was assigned to 4098 Aero Squadron

1910 - Census - I can not find Daniel Peter Lafferty in the 1910 Census will need to do more research. Might have something to do with the World War.

1920 Census - He is living at 644 Newark Ave. Jersey City, New Jersey. in 1920 with his sister Anna Henchel

1930 Census Jersey City ED 9-186, SD 6, Sheet 3B, Daniel is living on 66 Patterson St, which they own and has a value of $6,000 He was working as a Clerk for the U.S. Post Office. Living with Regina, Anna and Helen

1940 Census for Jersey City, ED14 SD 24-309 Sheet 7A , Living at 127 Booraaem Ave, they are renting and paying $35.00 for Rent. Living with Daniel, Regina and siblings Anna, and Daniel Jr.. completed 2nd year of High School, works as a Sales girl in a Retail Store.

Lafferty, Daniel Peter Sr (I320)
 
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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1650 to 1663.

Page 79 Name: Mrs. Elizabeth Wolcott Location: Windsor
Will dated 5 July, 1655: I Elizabeth Wolcott doe make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following: Imprimis. I will yt my sonn George shall have ?5 worth of my part of ye household goods and ?5 worth of my cloathes. Allsoe I give unto Simon my Sonne ye bluewish stuff hee bought for me ye last yeare. I give ye rest of my household goods to be equally divided betwixt Christover and Simon, my Sonnes. Allsoe I give ye rest of my cloathes to be equally divided betwixt my two daughters Anne and Mary Allyn. I would intreat Christover to lett Simon to dwell in ye house and to have ye use of halfe of it a while. Allsoe I give my two Cowes to be equally devided among all my Grand Children. Moreover my will is yt whereas I have appointed my part of ye household Goods to be devided betwixt Christover and Simon, except ?5 to George, now my Will is yt it shall soe Stand upon yt Condition yt Christover and Simon doe release their parts of ye Household Goods, or else there shall bee soe much taken out of this as their parts of ye rest of ye Goods comes to.
Witness: John Witchfield.
Elizabeth X Wolcott.
On the 4th of October (55) ye above written was approved by ye Courte and ordered yt it should bee recorded by ye Secr. 
Saunders, Elizabeth (I1439)
 
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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1677 to 1687.

Page 211-212 Name: Mrs. Abigail Warham Location: Windsor
Died 18 May, 1684. Invt. ?126-14-06. Taken by Henry Wolcott, Thomas Bissell, Return Strong. Will nuncupative. We the underwritten, being present wth Mrs Warham, who spent her last days in our family, she discourseing with us respecting her Estate, declared that she had formerly given her cousin Miles Marwine such a multitude that if she had Thousands she would not give him a penny. She did not know whether she had anything to give away. Disowned that she had any Will, and sayd further that her cousin Miles Marwin desired that she would make over her Estate to him. She did not know but that she might live to need and expend it all. This she had said before. Mary, the wife of Captain Newbery, and Abigail the daughter, both affirm that Mrs. Warham said to them, when she was of good understanding and sound memory, concerning her Estate, that if there was anything left when the Court had the consideration thereof, she had thought little Miles Marwin should have somewhat, and the other that lived wth her so long; & as for her moveables that were brought into our house, Return Strong, Mary Newbery & Abigail do Testify she freely gave them to us & said they should not be taken from us. The above was by her declared to us sometime last March.
(Signed) 4 September, 1684. Benjamin Newbery, Mary X Newbery, Abigail X Newbery, Return Strong.
In Court, 10 March, 1684-5: The children of Miles Marwin were Elizabeth (she lived longest wth Mrs Warham), John Marwin, Abigail, Thomas, Samuel & Miles Marwin.
County Court Record, Page 102--5 March, 1684-5: Plea of Mr. Edwards in behalf of Miles Marwin set aside (reference to Court of Assistants 9 May, 1671). Adms. to Capt. Newbery & Return Strong, with Order to Distribute: To Miles Marwin Jr., 1-3 of the Estate: to Elizabeth, 2-3 of one third; and to John, Thomas, Samuel, & Abigail Marwin, the remainder. Miles Marwin Jr. to possess the Lands if he desire it, he paying to his brothers and sisters as the Administrator may appoint

ALLYN, Thomas, m. Abigail [dau. of Rev. John WAREHAM] Oct 1658; children:
John, b. 17 Aug 1659;
Matthew, b. 5 Jan 1660;
Thomas, b. 11 Mar 1663;
Samuel, b. 3 Nov 1667;
Jane, b. 22 Jul 1670;
Abigail, b. 17 Oct 1672;
Sarah, b. 13 Jul 1674;
a daughter, b. 29 Oct 1676. 
Warham, Abigail (I1174)
 
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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1687 to 1695.

Page 222-3 Name: Capt. Thomas Allyn Location: Windsor

Died 14 February, 1695-6. Invt. ?1174-13-09. Taken 27 February, 1695, by Return Strong Sen. and John Porter.

Court Record, Page 101--5 March, 1695-6. At a County Court: An Invt. of the Estate of Capt. Thomas Allyn of Windsor was now Exhibited. wherein It appears that Matthew Allyn, the Eldest son, had received of his Portion before Marriage, of his Father in a house and Lands with an Engagement to pay at a late date ?100 in addition, which in Value and amount was a full double portion of his Father's Estate. The Court Order Dist. to the 4 other sons and the 4 daughters, Children of the sd. Thomas Allyn and Brothers & Sisters to the sd. Eldest son Matthew Allyn.

The Court appoint Mr. Return Strong and Daniel Hayden, wth Col. Allyn, to Distribute the Estate among the Children in equal Portions, Reserving Cloth and yarn so much as may be necessary for present clothing before the division, then all to receive (not excluding Matthew). Samuel Allyn and Matthew Allyn to be Adms.--8 April, 1696.

Dist. File: 5 June, 1702: By Agreement of Legatees: To Matthew, Thomas, John (Dec.), Samuel, Benjamin Allyn and Abigail Bissell (Jane, Sarah and Hester not Mentioned in the Agreement, but 4 daughters were subjects of the Order of the Court as above said).
Page 32--(Vol. VII) 8 September, 1702: The Adms. on the Estate of Capt. Thomas Allyn cited to appear with their Account.
Page 40--2 March, 1702-3: Report by Capt. Matthew Allyn and Samuel Allyn, Adms. on the Estate of their Father Capt. Thomas Allyn decd. This Court appoint Lt. Return Strong, Lt. Daniel Heydon and Alexander Allyn to Dist. to such of the Children (Matthew excepted) as will pay their rateable part of debts due of ?61-13-08, for which there is not Personal property sufficient to pay. There remains yet considerable Land undivided.

Page 62--19 December, 1704: Whereas, there was an Order of the General Court of the 11th May, 1704 (respecting the Dist. of the Estate of Capt. Thomas Allyn which was partly made by the County Court and afterwards by Order of the General Court, which Dist. interfere by setting Land to Matthew Allyn which was before set out to his Brethren) directed to this Court to inquire into that matter and to make such Orders concerning a new Dist. of the Land formerly Dist. which have interfered as aforesd., as also concerning the remainder of the Lands belonging to sd. Estate of Capt. Thomas Allyn which is not yet Dist., and pursuant thereunto, Matthew Allyn, Thomas Allyn, John Allyn, Samuel Allyn, Benjamin Allyn, and Abigail Bissell, Widow, of sd. Windsor, Children of the late Thomas Allyn, being summoned, appeared before this Court. Whereupon this Court do now order a new Dist.
Page 65--6 March, 1704-5: There was exhibited in this Court an Agreement made by the Children of Capt. Thomas Allyn, under their Hands & Seals, respecting the final Settlement of the Estate of their Father, which this Court accepts & approve, and order to be kept on File. Matthew Allyn for himself, & Samuel Allyn for himself and his sister Jane Decd, personally appeared in this Court and acknowledged the sd. Agreement to be their Act and Deed.

Page 66--5 April, 1705: Dist. exhibited and rejected by the Court, which now appoints Richard Lord, Aaron Cooke and Caleb Stanley Jr. to dist. the Estate with regard to an Agreement of the Heirs. And whereas, Ebenezer Gilbert of Hartford, who married Esther, one of sd. Children, hath complained to this Court that his Charge was ?48 in the 1st Dist. of sd. Estate, which he cannot understand how it was paid to him, This Court do therefore order the sd. Lord & Dist. to examine and inquire into that matter.
Page 68--26 April, 1705: Matthew Allyn having paid Debts from his Personal Estate amounting to the sum of ?34-04-09, is directed to make Application to the General Court to sell Land to reimburse himself.

Page 93--7 May, 1707: Matthew Allyn, Adms. on his Father's Estate, now exhibits a Distribution of the remaining part of sd. Estate by Thomas Stoughton, Job Drake and Nathaniel Loomis. Per Order of 13 February, 1705-6. (See Order of Court, 1696.) 
Allyn, Captain Thomas (I1173)
 
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A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1700 to 1710.

Page 178-9 Name: John Allyn Location: Windsor
Invt. ?320-13-06. Taken 27 August, 1707, by Benjamin Newbery and Samuel Moore. Will dated 25 May, 1697. The last will and testament of John Allyn, of Windsor, is as followeth: Imprimis: After the payment of all due debts and funeral charges, I dispose of my outward estate as followeth: All my land at Hartford swamp I give to my brother Benjamin, and to his heirs and assigns after him, never to be alienated from the name. If he have no male heir, then to be to my brother Thomas, or, next, to my brother Samuel. For the rest of my lands and moveable estate, I give to the children of my brothers and sisters; only to my sister Gilbert's child and to my sister Jane's child I give ?5 more than to any of the rest. To my brother Matthew Allyn and his children I give nothing; only to his son Josias I give a set of silver buttons. I appoint my brother Thomas Allyn my executor, and with him my brother Benjamin Allyn when he shall be of age.
Witness: Samuel Mather, John Moore, Senior.
John Allyn, ls.
Court Record, Page 99--20 October, 1707: Thomas Allyn and Benjamin Allyn, of Windsor, exhibited in this Court the last will and testament of their late Brother, John Allyn, decd., whereof they are appointed executors. Will proven. Capt. Matthew Allyn and Henry Wolcott, of Windsor, appealed from this determination of this Court, allowing the will of John Allyn, to the Court of Assistants to be holden at Hartford May next. Recog. ?20.
Page 141 (Vol. VIII) 18 May, 1713: Whereas, Thomas and Benjamin Allyn, who were executors, are now decd., this Court grant Adms., with the will annexed, to Col. Matthew Allyn.
Page 188--5 April, 1714: This Court now grant Adms., with the will annexed, to Samuel Allyn, of Windsor, and Ebenezer Gilbert, of Farmington.
Page 214--6 September, 1714: Ebenezer Gilbert of Farmington, Adms. on the estate of John Allyn, late of Windsor, appeared in Court and declared that he justly suspected Capt. Timothy Thrall, Samuel Allyn and Joanna, the wife of Samuel Bancroft, and Anne Allyn, widow, all of Windsor, to have in custody or possession some considerable part of that estate. Citation was issued for these persons to appear at Court to be interrogated upon oath.
Page 14 (Vol. X) 2 April, 1723: Timothy Loomis, Jacob Drake and Israel Stoughton are appointed to divide the real estate according to the will of John Allyn, decd.
Page 9 (Vol. XIV) 3 August, 1742: Samuel Allyn, of Windsor, Adms. on the estate of John Allyn, was cited to appear and render an account of his Adms. as per writ on file. Sd. Adms. now produced in Court an account of his Adms. on sd. estate, which, being imperfect, is not allowed. He prays for time to perfect sd. account, which is allowed.
Page 13--26 November, 1742: Ann Allyn, alias Loomis, Adms. on the estate of Benjamin Allyn, which sd. Benjamin was an executor on the estate of John Allyn, of Windsor, decd., by her son Benjamin, her attorney, presented to this Court an account of sundry debts and charges against the estate of John Allyn, whereby it appears the sd. Benjamin Allyn, executor aforesd., decd., has paid in debts and charges ?60-16-09; also an account of charges against the estate of ?2-07-09, which was exhibited by Henry Wolcott, of Springfield, which account is accepted by the Court. Also, Benjamin Allyn, attorney, exhibited an account of credit received to the sd. estate of ?5-17-02; accepted.
Note: Sd. Henry Wolcott appeared as atty. to Thomas Wolcott, of Ancrom, James Ward and Timothy Thrall, heirs to the estate of the sd. decd.
Dist. of lands on file: 7 January, 1751: To Henry Wolcott, to heirs of Joanna Stoughton, to heirs of Ebenezer Gilbert, to heirs of Samuel Allyn, to heirs of Thomas Wolcott, to heirs of Sarah Ward, to heirs of William Thrall, to heirs of Thomas Allyn; by Jonathan Hills, Samuel Wells and John Pitkin. 
Allyn, John (I1351)
 
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Albany Reformed

Baptism Date: 03 Dec 1684
Father: Jan Spoor
Mother: Jacomyntje Maasz
Item #: 81
Child: Saartje
Comments: This probably is not the mother 
Spoor, Saartje (Sara) (I1431)
 
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Albany Reformed

Baptism Date: 09 Sep 1739
Father: Hendrik Spoor
Mother: Rebecca
Item #: 4798
Child: Hieronymus
Sponsor: Johannes Spoor; Johanna Valkenburgh 
Spoor, Hieronymus (I1416)
 
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Albany Reformed

Baptism Date: 30 Apr 1710
Father: Johannes Spoor
Mother: Maria Singer
Item #: 2077
Child: Dirk
Sponsor: Claas Van Woert; Dirkje Barheit 
Spoor, Dirck (Derick) (I1419)
 
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Alexander , son of Governor Roger Wolcott , was born January 7, 1712 , died March 25, 1795 . He graduated from Yale College in the class of 1731 . He was with his father in the expedition against Louisburg in the French war. He lived at New Haven after his third marriage and finally settled at Windsor , where he practiced medicine. He was a distinguished citizen of commanding personal appearance and of great talents and was called upon to take an active and prominent part in public affairs at a critical period. He was justice of the peace and often representative to the general assembly. He was an earnest Whig and active in the great events that just preceded the Declaration of Independence. During the war he was chairman of the committee of inspection of Windsor and was placed in charge of the examination of candidates for the position of surgeon and surgeon's mate. He was a lifelong student, especially of Greek and Latin , and possessed a fine library. He had a negro slave, Primus Scott , who assisted him in preparing medicines and accompanied him on visits to patients. He gave Scott his freedom and immediately the negro set up as a doctor across the river and actually enjoyed a considerable practice. Dr. Wolcott had some skill as a poet and writer. He married (first), December 4, 1732 , Lydia , daughter of Jeremiah Atwater , of New Haven . He married (second), March 17, 1739 , Mrs. Allyn , of New Haven . He married (third), in 1745 , Mary Richards , of New London , born in 1724 , who died October 23, 1817 . Children of first wife: Jeremiah , born November 3, 1733 ; Alexander , February 17, 1735 ; Lydia , baptized November 6, 1737 . Children of third wife: Esther , born September 17 , died October 9, 1746 ; Simon , Auguts 9, 1747 , mentioned below; Esther , July 17, 1749 ; George , May 23 , died October, 1751 ; George , October 17, 1753 ; Christopher , October 1, 1754 ; Mary , August 7 1756 ; Alexander , September 15, 1758 ; Guy , August 7, 1760 ; Elizabeth , January 13, 1763 . 
Wolcott, Alexander (I1160)
 
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also know as Johannes Greber[356021 ]

Alias: Johannes /Greber/ 
Kreber, Johannes Sr (I700)
 
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As a historical note only, it is interesting to note the
existence of a Singer family in Dutch New York. There is an
early reference to the surname Singer in a marriage dated 21
April 1700 in Albany N.Y. of Johannes Spoor to Maria Singer.
The records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Albany contain
christening records of their children: a Son Henricus, born 13
January 1706 (Witnesses Henrick and Jannetje Singer), a son
Abraham, born 3 August 1707, and a son Dirk, born 30 April
1710. There is no other information on Maria or her family.
(source: A Singer Family,
http://www.aloha.net/~esinger/singer.htm)
was a witness/sponsor at the baptism of her husband's niece,
Rebecca Ploeg
witnessed the wedding of Allert Hendricksen Ploeg and Rachel
Pier;

143 ALLERT HENDRICKSEN PLOEG, j. m., born and resid. in
Kingstouwn, and RACHEL PIER, widow of ARIE FRANSSEN, born in
Amsterdam, and resid. here [in Kingston].4 On the margin of
this entry is the following:--"In the presence of Ariaan Roos,
Geesje Pier, Maria Nucella,5 and Mary Singer, was Rachel Pier,
with her chemise over her clothes, married to Albert Hendricks,
Ploeg, by me [Domine] Nucella."6 
Singer, Maria (I1257)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran

Child: Anna Eva Reference ID: 546
Birth Date: 5 Mar 1738
Bapt. Date: 21 Mar 1738
Parents: Niclas Linck; Anna Catharina
Sponsors: Jo. Wilh. Linck & Anna Eva, grandparents
Comment: baptized in East Camp
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Linck, Anna Eva (I1506)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran

Child: Anna Margrete Reference ID: 573
Bapt. Date: 19 Apr 1738
Parents: Peter Pulver; Susanna
Sponsors: Claus Stekel, & wife; Anna Maria
Comment: 10w old; baptized at Hannes Van Ostranden's house
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Pulver, Anna Margaret (I1589)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran

Child: Jannetje Reference ID: 1136
Bapt. Date: 3 May 1744
Parents: Willem Schut; Lena
Sponsors: Wynand Weber, & wife; Maria Cath.
Comment: 14d old; baptized in Ancram
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Schut, Jannetje (I1181)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran

Child: Philip Reference ID: 708
Birth Date: 1 Oct 1739
Bapt. Date: 30 Oct 1739
Parents: Willem Schut; Lena
Sponsors: Philip Free, & wife; Catharina
Comment: baptized at Philip Kuhntz' group, Goghkameko (Ancram)
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Schut, Phillip (I1365)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran
Child: Catharina Reference ID: 558
Birth Date: 27 Mar 1738
Bapt. Date: 3 Apr 1738
Parents: Philip Kilmer; Anna Margr.
Sponsors: Wilhelm Kuhn; Cathar. Kischerin
Comment: baptized in East Camp
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Kilmer, Cathernia (I973)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran
Child: Johannes Reference ID: 746
Birth Date: 4 Mar 1740
Bapt. Date: 13 Apr 1740
Parents: Philip Spikerman; An. Barbel
Sponsors: Philip Kilmer, & wife; Gritje
Comment: baptized in Tarbush
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Spikermann, Johannes (I988)
 
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Athens Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church: 1704-1918
Location: Town of Athens, Greene County --- Denomination: Evangelical Lutheran
Child: Wilhelm Reference ID: 1129
Birth Date: 22 Jan 1744
Bapt. Date: 3 May 1744
Parents: Philip Spikerman; Anna Barbil
Sponsors: Wilh. Kilmer; Barbel Spikermannin
Comment: baptized in Ancram
Source: Baptism Record of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Athens 
Spikermann, Wilhelm (I990)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 05 May 1765
Father: Jacob Decker
Mother: Sara Spoor
Item #: 942
Child: Christina
Sponsor: Jan Decker; Christina Spoor 
Decker, Christina (I1379)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 06 May 1754
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geesje Bresie
Item #: 406
Child: Rebecca
Sponsor: Johannes Halenbeeck; Catalyntje Spoor 
Spoor, Rebecca (I1241)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 08 Oct 1769
Father: Jacob Decker
Mother: Sara Spoor
Item #: 1166
Child: Claertje
Sponsor: Niclaes Spoor, & wife Claertje Decker 
Decker, Claertje (I1382)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 09 Feb 1734
Father: Will: Schutt
Mother: Lena Schutt
Item #: 93
Child: Petrus
Sponsor: Petr: Schutt; Sara Schutt 
Schut, Petrus (I1364)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 11 Oct 1748
Father: Laurenz Decker
Mother: Christina Vosburgh
Item #: 271
Child: Jsaac
Sponsor: Abraham Vosburgh, & wife Beletje Decker 
Decker, Jsaac (I1240)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 12 Oct 1748
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geesje Bresie
Item #: 277
Child: Hanna
Sponsor: Johannes Ten Eyck, & wife Hanna Spoor 
Spoor, Hanna (I1412)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 16 Aug 1741
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geessje Brusie
Item #: 172
Child: Jsaac
Sponsor: Jsaac Spoor; Claertje Brusie 
Spoor, Isaac (I1410)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 17 Jun 1739
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geesje Brusie
Item #: 136
Child: Mary
Sponsor: Dirk Spoor; Christina Brusie

"She had living at the time of her death, 10 children, 112 grandchildren and 144 great grandchildren, making in all 264 children." (source: Tom & Geri Barrett correspondence,February 2, 1998) 
Spoor, Mary (I1409)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 18 May 1742
Father: Willem Schot
Mother: Lea Freer
Item #: 191
Child: Manasse
Sponsor: Dirk Spoor; Christina Prussie 
Schut, Manasse (I1366)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 20 May 1746
Father: Laurenz Decker
Mother: Christina Vosburgh
Item #: 264
Child: Cornelis
Sponsor: Jan Decker; Hilletje Decker 
Decker, Cornelis (I1391)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 20 May 1746
Father: Laurenz Decker
Mother: Christina Vosburgh
Item #: 265
Child: Maretje
Sponsor: Cornelis Vosburgh; Jannitje Vosburgh 
Decker, Marytje (I1392)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 22 May 1725
Father: Jan Decker
Mother: Tyssje Decker
Item #: 33
Child: Heyltje
Sponsor: Jochim Radcliffe; Hilletje Radoliffe 
Decker, Heletje (I1394)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 24 Jan 1736
Father: Louwrenz Decker
Mother: Christina Decker
Item #: 101
Child: Abraham
Sponsor: Abraham Vosburgh; Claertje Vosburgh 
Decker, Abraham (I1238)
 
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Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

Baptism Date: 26 May 1743
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geessje Brussie
Item #: 212
Child: Christina
Sponsor: Reyger Schermerhoorn; Geertje Ten Eyck 
Spoor, Christina (I1411)
 
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Baptism Record of Kinderhook Reformed Church: Kinderhook Kinderhook Reformed Church 1718-1899

Baptism Date: 12 Jun 1803
Father: John Pulver
Mother: Jannatje Knikkebakker
Item #: 4575
Child: Christina
Sponsor: Christina Sauer
Birth Date: 14 Feb 1803 
Pulver, Christina (I1601)
 
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Baptism Record of Kinderhook Reformed Church: Kinderhook Kinderhook Reformed Church 1718-1899

Baptism Date: 17 Mar 1734
Father: Abraham Spoor
Mother: Geezia Spoor
Item #: 358
Child: Johannes
Sponsor: Johannes Spoor; Maria Spoor 
Spoor, Johannes (I1407)
 
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Baptism Record of Kinderhook Reformed Church: Kinderhook Kinderhook Reformed Church 1718-1899

Baptism Date: 21 Sep 1800
Father: John Pulver
Mother: Jane Knickebacker
Item #: 4328
Child: Jane
Sponsor: James Van Duesen; Grietje Van Duesen
Birth Date: 06 Aug 1800 
Pulver, Jane (I1600)
 
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Baptism Record of Kinderhook Reformed Church: Kinderhook Kinderhook Reformed Church 1718-1899

Baptism Date: 25 Jan 1747
Father: Hendrick Spoor
Mother: Rebecca Valkenburgh
Item #: 601
Child: Sarah
Sponsor: Hieronimus Valkenburgh; Maria Valkenburgh 
Spoor, Sara (I1417)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 01 Oct 1769
Father: Wendel Pulver
Mother: Engel Klum
Item #: 1206
Child: Petrus
Sponsor: Petrus Pulver & wife Susanna Tromm
Page: 56 
Pulver, Petrus (I1590)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 02 Oct 1785
Father: Wilhelm Kulmer
Mother: Gertjen Pulver
Item #: 2148
Child: Petrus
Sponsor: Petrus Linck & wife Susanna Linck 
Killmer, Peter (I755)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 04 Feb 1781
Father: Jacob Dekker
Mother: Sarah Spoor
Item #: 1853
Child: Cattalyna
Sponsor: Isac Spoor & wife Christina V: Deusen 
Decker, Cattalyna (I1386)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 06 Apr 1758
Father: Philip Linck
Mother: Catharina Pulver
Item #: 894
Child: Joh: Wilhelmus
Sponsor: Joh: Wilh: Linck & wife Anna Eva Fursbach 
Linck, Johan Wilhelmus (I1587)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 07 Apr 1771
Father: Wilhelm Pulver
Mother: Christina Klum
Item #: 1279
Child: Petrus
Sponsor: Petrus Pulver & wife Susanna Tromm 
Pulver, Petrus (I1597)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 07 Aug 1768
Father: Andreas Pulver
Mother: Eva Linck
Item #: 1161
Child: Wendel
Sponsor: Wendel Pulver; Catharina Linck 
Pulver, Wendell A. (I1517)
 
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Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 07 Feb 1775
Father: Wilhelm Kulmer
Mother: Gertjen Pulver
Item #: 1528
Child: Wilhelm
Sponsor: Wilhelm Pulver & wife Gertjen Klum 
Killmer, Wihelm (I976)
 
45

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 08 Feb 1756
Father: Philip Linck
Mother: Catharina Pulver
Item #: 784
Child: Susanna
Sponsor: Peter Pulver & wife Susanna Drumm 
Linck, Susanna (I1586)
 
46

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 08 Oct 1775
Father: Wendel Pulver
Mother: Engel Klum
Item #: 1569
Child: Marytjen
Sponsor: Petrus Scherp jr; Marytjen Scherp 
Pulver, Marytjen (I1591)
 
47

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 09 Jun 1765
Father: Johannes Kulmer
Mother: Lisabeth Michel
Item #: 1022
Child: Georg
Sponsor: Georg Kulmer & wife Margaretha Falkenburg

George was in War of 1812 
Kilmer, George (I747)
 
48

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 13 Sep 1761
Father: Andries Pulver
Mother: Eva Link
Item #: 944
Child: Susanna
Sponsor: Pieter Pulver & wife Susanna (Trum) 
Pulver, Susannah (I1511)
 
49

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 17 May 1782
Father: Wendel Pulver
Mother: Engel Klum
Item #: 1927
Child: Catharina
Sponsor: Adam Klum & wife Catharina Fritz 
Pulver, Catherina (I1593)
 
50

Baptism Record of Reformed Church, Germantown, New York 1729-1898

Baptism Date: 19 Aug 1787
Father: Wendel Pulver
Mother: Engel Klum
Item #: 2272
Child: Philip
Sponsor: Phillip Klum & wife Elisabeth Tenderle 
Pulver, Phillip (I1595)
 

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