Killmer Family History

The Genealogy of the Killmer Family

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in 1880 Lawrence apprears in the State of NY town of Milan Census with wife and 2 kids, Lawrence is age 66
Elizabeth S age 52
Homer son, 12
Georgiana Daughter age 7 
Wolcott, Lawrence (I1023)
 
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In the 1850 New York census for Milan, Walter is 20 years old living with his sister Mary Eliza who is 18. They are in the household of their maternal grandfather, John Pells age 79. Their mother, shown as Anna Pells (should be Stall) is 41 years old. In addition, Waiter's uncle, Peter Pells, age 36 is also living in the household.

By the 1860 census, Walter and Mary Catherine (Kate) are married. He is working as a farm laborer and the value of their personal estate is $100. Two of their four children have been born: Annie Roselia age 4, and Mary Catherine age 2. Waiter's mother, Joanna (Pells) Stall is also living with the family at this time. Her personal estate is valued at $1800.

Its possible that Walter is working for a cousin, Alfred Stall age 35, who is living four houses away. Alfred is a farmer with real estate valued at $6000 and a personal worth of $700.

Walter dies three years later and to date there are no details relating to his death. Walter is not believed to have served in the Civil War since no Pension records or service records have been found.

Walter is supposedly buried with his wife Mary Catherine at the Vedder Cemetery in Gallatin. However, their stone has yet to be found. I suspect it is close to his parents, Henry and Joanna Stall.

By the 1870 New York census, Mary Catherine is a widow living on her own with 3 of her children: Rosella, age 14; Alice, age 9; and Arthur W., age 7. They are all students. Their daughter Mary Catherine died two years earlier.

Mary Catherine is working as a dressmaker. Also in the household is Mary's mother-in-law, Anna Stall, age 60. 
Stall, Walter (I526)
 
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In the 1880 Town of Milan Census, George and Marilla, Norman, Mary and Gertrude are listed. 
Family F74
 
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In the History of Columbia County (1878), Robert Kilmer is shown as having served in the Civil War. He enlisted 14 Sept 1861 and served in the 91st Regiment, Co. H. His brother Alexander who had enlisted 7 days earlier served in the same regiment. 
Killmer, Robert S. (I811)
 
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Joanna Wolcott, b. 1668 Windsor CT, d. 1755 Springfield MA; m. John Colton 1690 Springfield MA. 
Wolcott, Joanna (I1149)
 
206

John remained in england, and came later 
Wolcott, John (I1452)
 
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Katsbaan Church Records: 1730-1775
Location: Town of Saugerties, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed
Child: Anna Reference ID: 29
Bapt. Date: 16 Jul 1736
Parents: Johannes Kilmer; Anna Fronicke Baker
Sponsors: Georg Kilmer; Anna Bekker
Source: Katsbaan Church Records 
Kilmer, Anna (I726)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Aagjen Reference ID: 2219
Bapt. Date: 11 Apr 1714
Parents: Abraham Freer; Aagjen Titshoorn
Sponsors: Christiaan de Joo; Marytjen de Graaf
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Aagjen (I1211)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Benjamin Reference ID: 1591
Bapt. Date: 20 Oct 1706
Parents: Hugo Freer; Mary La Roy
Sponsors: William Nottingham; Sara Freer
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Frere, Benjamin (I1375)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Catryntjen Reference ID: 2629
Bapt. Date: 11 Jan 1719
Parents: Abraham Freer; Aagjen Tietsoort
Sponsors: Theunis Swart; Aagjen Van Vlied
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Catryntjen (I1215)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Jacob Reference ID: 188
Bapt. Date: 9 Jun 1679
Parents: Huigh Frere; Jannetie Wibau
Sponsors: Jacob du Bois; Mary Maddeleen Crepel
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Jacob (I1223)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Jacobus Reference ID: 1333
Bapt. Date: 12 Jul 1702
Parents: Jan Schut; Marytje Bos
Sponsors: Mathys Slegt; Mary Magdaleen Slegt
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Jacobus (I1371)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Jacomyntjen Reference ID: 1990
Bapt. Date: 4 Nov 1711
Parents: Abraham Freer; Aagjen Titsoort
Sponsors: Aart Masten; Pieternella Fiele
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Jacamyntjen (I1207)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Jannetjen Reference ID: 2238
Bapt. Date: 1 Aug 1714
Parents: Jan Freer; Rebecca Van Wagening
Sponsors: Hugo Freer; Maria la-Roy
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Jannetje (I1378)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Jean Reference ID: 261
Bapt. Date: 16 Apr 1682
Parents: Hugo Frere; Jeane Ooybouwe
Sponsors: Louis Brevier; Maria Hosbroek
Comment: Baptized at "Marmur," [Marbletown]
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Jean (I1225)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Johanna Reference ID: 2344
Bapt. Date: 13 Nov 1715
Parents: Abraham Freer; Aagjen Tietshoorn
Sponsors: Net Dempoort; Elysabeth Van Vlied
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Johanna (I1213)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Johannes Reference ID: 1098
Bapt. Date: 4 Jun 1699
Parents: Jan Schut; Marytje ter Bos
Sponsors: Walraen du Mon, junior. Hannes ter Bos. Lybe Bos
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Johannes (I1370)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Margriet Reference ID: 713
Bapt. Date: 18 Sep 1692
Parents: Jan Schut; [Mother not named]
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Margriet (I1368)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Maritje Reference ID: 1780
Bapt. Date: 11 Sep 1709
Parents: Abraham Freer; Agje Tietsoort
Sponsors: Hugo Freer; Maritje La Roy
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Maritje (I1205)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Philippus Reference ID: 1570
Bapt. Date: 11 Aug 1706
Parents: Abraham Freer; Eegje Titzoor
Sponsors: Adam Swart; Geertruyd Titzoor
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Philippus (I1199)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Rachel Reference ID: 875
Bapt. Date: 17 Nov 1695
Parents: Jan Schut; Marytje ter Bos
Sponsors: Salomon Schut; Tjaatje Hofman
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Rachel (I1369)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Sara Reference ID: 1434
Bapt. Date: 28 Nov 1703
Parents: Joannes Spoor; Mary Singer
Sponsors: Jacob Ploeg; Barentje Spoor
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Spoor, Sara (I1415)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Sara Reference ID: 1659
Bapt. Date: 12 Oct 1707
Parents: Abraham Freer; Eegje Tizoort
Sponsors: Evert van Wagenen; Saartie Freer
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, Sara (I1201)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Simon Reference ID: 851
Bapt. Date: 9 Jun 1695
Parents: Hugo Freer, junior; Maria La Roy
Sponsors: Mathys Du Boy; Maria Freer
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Frere, Simon (I1374)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Wilhelmus Reference ID: 3837
Bapt. Date: 12 Jan 1729
Parents: Willem Schut; Lena Freer
Sponsors: Willem Freer; Margriet Kuykendaal
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Wilhelmus (I1177)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Willem Reference ID: 1145
Bapt. Date: 14 Jan 1700
Parents: Abraam Frere; Aeche Titsoort
Sponsors: Jacob Frere; Annetje Hofmans
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Freer, William (I1195)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Willem Reference ID: 978
Bapt. Date: 11 Jul 1697
Parents: Jan Schut; Marytje Bos
Sponsors: Fredrick Knoet; Cathryn Bos
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Willem (I1183)
 
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Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Zalomon Reference ID: 4136
Bapt. Date: 24 Dec 1732
Parents: Willem Schut; Lena Freer
Sponsors: Zalomon Schut; Anna-Maria Schut
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Schut, Zalomon (I1363)
 
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MARY CULVER

SSN 140-22-5014
Residence:
Born 6 Oct 1928 Last Benefit: 07307 Jersey City, Hudson, NJ
Died May 1977 Issued: NJ (Before 1951) 
Killmer, Mary Catherine (I114)
 
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Mary Wolcott, b. 1674, Windsor CT, d. 1676. 
Wolcott, Mary (I1346)
 
231 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Killmer, Michael Joseph (I112)
 
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Never Married no children

TERESA MCCARTHY
SSN 141-20-7012 Residence:
Born 15 Mar 1925 Last Benefit:
Died Mar 1976 Issued: NJ (Before 1951) 
McCarthy, Teresa Clare (I292)
 
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Ophelia is buried in the Hudson City Cemetery. The record shows she died of consumption at age 24yrs, 8mo, 26dys. 
Traver, Ophelia (I523)
 
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Parents Child/Date Witness/Sponsors
2739 Johannes Spoor Johanna
Theunis Van Slyk.
Maria Sinkaar "Bp'd in
Raysester," [Rochester] Johanna Van Slyk.
10 Jan 
Spoor, Johanna (Joanna) (I1423)
 
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Probably died young

Bethel ?Round Top? Church (Pine Plains): 1760-1805
Location: Town of Pine Plains, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran
Child: Catharina Reference ID: 95
Bapt. Date: 23 Feb 1769
Parents: Johannes Kilmer; Elisabeth
Sponsors: Johann Jacob Milius; Catharina Kilmer
Source: Copy Out of the Church Book from AC 1760-1772 
Killmer, Catherina (I943)
 
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Regina appears in the 1900 Census as Head of Household, living with her is son John W, and Granddaughter Margaret, They are living on Campbell Ave. it also states the she came to USA in 1855.

A boarder named Annie Klein is also living there as a cook and came to USA 1870, She is 57. 
Stertzer, Regina (I449)
 
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Reported to have lived at Egremont, Massachusetts and to have
been elected selectman there at the first town meeting held in
1761 (source: DOUQ6JA database, GeneaNet, Robert Douglas
(dent@gate.net))

Kingston: 1660-1809
Location: City of Kingston, Ulster County --- Denomination: Reformed Dutch

Child: Ysaak Reference ID: 1985
Bapt. Date: 30 Sep 1711
Parents: Johannes Spoor; Maria Singer
Sponsors: Gysbert Livestont; Cornelia Beekman
Source: Kingston Baptismal Register 
Spoor, Isaac (Ysaak) (I1420)
 
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Rhinebeck Reformed Church: 1731-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Reformed

Child: Johannes Reference ID: 614
Birth Date: 4 Nov 1754
Bapt. Date: 29 Dec 1754
Parents: Pieter Pulver; Suzanna Trom
Sponsors: Johannes Water; Grietje Pulvet
Source: Baptismal Record of Reformed Church, Rhinebeck 
Pulver, Johannes W. (I1533)
 
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Rhinebeck Reformed Church: 1731-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Reformed
Child: Annatje Reference ID: 430
Birth Date: 3 Jul 1752
Bapt. Date: 25 Aug 1752
Parents: Philip Spykerman; Barbera Kilmer
Sponsors: Willem Vonk; Annatje Vonk
Comment: baptised at Roode Hoek
Source: Baptismal Record of Reformed Church, Rhinebeck 
Spikermann, Annatje (I991)
 
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Rhinebeck Reformed Church: 1731-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Reformed
Child: Willem Reference ID: 978
Birth Date: 15 Dec 1759
Bapt. Date: 10 Feb 1760
Parents: Pieter Kilmer; Marytje Allen
Sponsors: Willem Kilmer; Eva Koole
Comment: baptised at "Roode Hock"
Source: Baptismal Record of Reformed Church, Rhinebeck 
Kilmer, Willem (I642)
 
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SAMUEL MCCARTHY

SSN 157-10-4959 Residence: 07307 Jersey City, Hudson, NJ
Born 26 Nov 1907 Last Benefit: 17402 York, York, PA
Died Jan 1981 Issued: NJ (Before 1951) 
McCarthy, Samuel Eugene (I252)
 
242

See notes under his brother, Robert. (Re: Civil War)
Served in the Civil War 4 Cav Enlist Date 11/12/1862 
Kilmer, Alexander (I542)
 
243

She came over with her sister and youngest brother after the family had become settled in CT 
Wolcott, Anna (I1448)
 
244

She married Egbert Burger about 1860 in Gallatin, Columbia Co., NY

Egbert Burger was christened 23 Sept 1843 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Manorton, Columbia Co., NY.

There is a Nancy Knickerbocker living in the household of James and Jane Knickerbocker during the 1855 census for Gallatin. She is 19 years old and her relationship is niece. Jane is a tailoress and James is a farmer. The value of their property is $500. Herman Knickerbocker, a grandson aged 13, is also living in the home. 
Knickerbocker, Nancy R. (I527)
 
245

She married Henry Kilmer. 
Caroline (I592)
 
246

She was "kild and burnt by French/Indians at Skinnechtady,
9 Feb. 1689-90, at the massacre in which 80 people perished.
(source: DOUQ6JA database, GeneaNet, Robert Douglas
(dent@gate.net))
"kild and burnt by French/Indians" 
Spoor, Antje Jans (I1432)
 
247

She was the daughter of Willem Kranckheit & Maria Elisabeth Stickel.

St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904
Location: Town of Red Hook, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Anna Margreda Reference ID: 420
Bapt. Date: 22 Jun 1746
Parents: Wilm Kranckheit; Maria Elisabeth Stickel
Sponsors: Nicklas Stickel; Anna Margreda Drom
Source: Baptismal Record of St Paul?s (Zion?s) Lutheran Church, Red Hook

St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904
Location: Town of Red Hook, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Abraham Reference ID: 500
Bapt. Date: 11 Mar 1750
Parents: Willem Kranckheit; Maria Elizabeth Stickel
Sponsors: Abraham Kranckheit; Catharina Stickel
Source: Baptismal Record of St Paul?s (Zion?s) Lutheran Church, Red Hook

St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904
Location: Town of Red Hook, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Wilhelmus Reference ID: 705
Bapt. Date: 28 Aug 1757
Parents: Wilhelmus Kranckheid; Maria Eliesabetha Stickel
Sponsors: Wilh: Simon; Magdalena Stickel
Source: Baptismal Record of St Paul?s (Zion?s) Lutheran Church, Red Hook

St Peter?s Lutheran Church at Rhinebeck (Stone Church): 1733-1899
Location: Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran

Child: Nicolaus Reference ID: 535
Birth Date: 15 Jul 1754
Bapt. Date: 1754
Parents: Wilhelm Kranckheit; Maria Elisabeth Stickel
Sponsors: Nicol Sickel; Maria Rodman
Source: Baptismal Record of St Peter?s Lutheran Church, Rhinebeck: 1733-1899 [known as Stone
Church] 
Cronkhite, Eva (I633)
 
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Simon Wolcott Jr., b. 1666 Windsor CT, d. 1732 Windsor CT. He was one of the original proprietors of Tolland CT; m. Sarah Chester 1689 Wethersfield CT

DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.
1687 to 1695.

Page 37 Name: Simon Wolcott Location:
26 March, 1688: Know Ye that I, Simon Wolcott, son and heir of Simon Wolcott late of Windsor Deceased, for and in Consideration of my Natural Care to my Natural brothers, Henry Wolcott, Christopher Wolcott, William Wolcott and Roger Wolcott, have given, granted & Confirmed unto Henry Wolcott & John Wolcott of Windsor and William Pitkin of Hartford, as Feoffees in Trust for the aforementioned Henry Wolcott, Christopher Wolcott, William Wolcott & Roger Wolcott, all and singular the Lands, Tenements & Hereditaments which, in the Township of Windsor aforesaid, or Elsewhere in New England, did belong or ought to belong to my Honoured Father Simon Wolcott at the time of his decease, & so did in law descend or any ways belong to me the said Simon Wolcott as his heir, excepting only that lott or those lotts usually Called by my father Lower Lott or Lotts on the East side of the Connecticut River in the Township of Windsor, being eighty-one rods in breadth in the meadow and fifty-five rods in breadth in the upland, and reserving a full Double Share & portion with each one of my other brothers in and to all such Lands as may hereafter appear to belong to the heirs of my said Father Deceased which are not yet laid out or divided, together with all the appurtenances, privileges, profits & Advantages whatsoever belonging to or arising from said Lands, Tenements & Heredtaments not before Excepted for them the said Henry Wolcott, John Wolcott & William Pitkin as Feoffees in Trust for the above named Henry, Christopher, William and Roger, My Brothers, to have and to hold From and after the day of the date hereof till the said Henry, Christopher, William & Roger shall severally be of the age of twenty one years, & for them the said Henry, Christopher, Willaim and Roger Wolcott's only use and behoof; & after that my said Brothers shall severally attain the said age, then they severally to have and to hold, use, occupy, possess and enjoy the same, as also their heirs, Executors & assigns, forever.
Witness: Benjamin Newbery, Samuel Mather.

Simon Wolcott. Ls.
I bind myself to pay out of my proper Estate ?40 of the debts due from my deceased Father's Estate. I do leave intire my Mother's right of Dower in my father's estate. Finally, it is the intent of these presents to enable my said Mother to give what she shall see cause, out of the moveables, to my sister Elizabeth Cooley and my sister Joanna Wolcott.

Court Record, Page 7--11 November, 1689: Whereas, Mr. Simon Wolcott deceased, the Invt. of his Estate is Exhibited in Court, & no Dist. being made by this Court, Simon Wolcott, son of the deceased, with consent of the Children of age, and of the overseers of the children not yet of age, have settled a Dist. of the Estate of the aforesayd Mr. Simon wolcott among themselves: This Court approve this settlement, and appoint Simon Wolcott Adms., With Mr. Pitkin, Henry Wolcott & John Wolcott. 
Wolcott, Simon Jr (I1147)
 
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SISTER CATHERINE McCARTHY

Sister Catherine was born in Jersey City, N.J., May 31, 1912. She entered the Novitiate in Bellingham in 1929. Sister made her first vows in 1931 and her final profession August 15, 1934.

Sister Catherine taught the primary grades for over 50 years from 1931 - 1983. An excellent teacher, almost the size of her pupils, she had a tender, genuine love for each child she taught and down through the years there were hundreds!

The schools Sister taught in were:

St. Margaret School 1931-1934, 1966-1968
St. Teresa School 1955-1959, 1964-1965
Seattle, Washington

St. Rose School 1970-1973
Longview, Washington

St. Joseph School 1959-1964
Wenatchee, Washington

Port Angeles, Washington

St. Louise School 1973-1977
Bellevue, Washington

Assumption School 1980-1982
Bellingham, Washington

St. Mary School 1968-1970
Corvallis, Oregon

Sacred Heart School 1977-1979
Jersey City, New Jersey

St. Joseph School 1934-1942, 1965-1966
Nelson, B.C.

St. Anthony School 1942-1949
St. Michael School 1949-1952
Trail, B.C.

Sister Catherine's retirement years brought her in 1983 to The Josephinum and in 1986 to St. Mary's in Bellevue.

We shall always remember Sister Catherine's delightful sense of humor and although ill. she tried to live into joy each day, opening her arms to all who came near. Yes, we will miss our little Catherine and her warm, beautiful smile!

You will fill me with joy in your presence. You have taught me the way of life,
Psalm16
______________________________________________________________________ _______
Written By Sr. Catherine in 1986

St. Margaret's was the first school. I have fond memories of the famous Fr. Cotboy.

In the 1940's I spent a number of summers teaching CCD in little B.C towns. My frequent companion was Margaret Wood. As one priest said we were the "long and the short of it"

In the 1970's I taught for a few years in Sacred Heart School in Jersey City with the Sisters of Charity. My sister Alice was cooking for the sister's and lived in the same building. My primary class wall all black children and many were not Catholic, but the parish felt it was important to keep the inner city school going.

My first school was probably my favorite school. I felt that I was really independent in handling my classes. Also, it was here that the community decided
I would make a better teacher than cook.

I would like to be remembered as a teacher, as one who loved little children.
______________________________________________________________________ _________
McCarthy, Catherine Louise Sr. M. lmelda
Born, Jersey City, NJ May 31, 1912

Entered Congregation Aug. 3, 1928
Reception Feb. 15, 1929

Died March 28, 1988

Catherine was the daughter of George McCarthy and Julia Lynch. Her mother died when she was quite young and Catherine spent some time in an orphanage with the Sisters of St. Joseph until her father could arrange for her care. She entered the novitiate in Bellingham as a postulant in August 1928.

"1 would like to be remembered as a teacher, as one who loved little children." Catherine's words written during her retirement years are certainly a true reflection of her years of service. For fifty years she taught primary school children. During this time she served in almost every school staffed by the sisters of the Western Province. In the late 1970's, she spent several years teaching in Sacred Heart School in Jersey City. Her older sister Alice had been cook/housekeeper for the Sisters of Charity there and Catherine lived with her.

Catherine delighted in teaching the little children. She was well organized and efficient in the classroom and at the same time interesting and adventurous. Her sense of humor lightened the day for many children. In addition to her classroom teaching, Catherine spent many summers in religious education in small towns in the interior of British Columbia. She and her companion, Margaret Wood shared many a laugh as they told of coping with the sometimes-primitive conditions both in living and in teaching CCD.

Catherine's retirement years brought her in 1983 to The Josephinum in Seattle where she continued to minister to others. She used to accompany one of the residents who was almost blind on walks in downtown Seattle. In 1986, she came to St. Mary's in Bellevue. There she will be remembered as a woman of joyful hospitality, of gentle companionship and of loving prayer. 
McCarthy, Sr. Katherine Louise (I317)
 
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Somerset: - Calendar of Wills, 1537-1799, and Administration in the Court of the Archdeacon of Taunton
Burialls
Calendar of Wills and Administrations in the Court of the Archdeacon of Taunton.
Part 1. Wills in Registers 1537-1593.
County: Somerset
Country: England
Woolcott, Wolcott, Thomas, Tolland 1572 5 19 
Wolcott, Thomas Jr (I1463)
 

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