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History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

History of Bucks county, Pennsylvania, from the discovery of the Delaware to the present time (Volume 3)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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which was founded by Sir Thomas Forsythe, Viscount de Fronsac, a British-American officer, with the allies fighting the Revolution in


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2. Christina Van de Grift, baptised February 26, 1651, married (first) Oca widower, by whom she


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3. Anna Van de Grift, baptised March


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married Laurent Jansen,* or Johnson. Nicholas Van de Grift removed to Sussex county, Delaware, conveying his land in 1713 to


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the baptism and marriage of Johannes Van De Grift, youngest son of Jacob and Rebecca, and of the birth and


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Jacob Van de Grift, second son of Johannes and Nealke, baptized at New Amsterdam, October


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church August 18, 1754, married John De Coursey, and had eight children, Mary, married Benjamin Severns, Abraham, and Catharine, who


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Thomas Montayne, and great-granddaughter of Jean de la Montaigne, who came to New York in 1624, and was director-general of


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Company, Limited, and went to Santiago de Cuba as general manager of the company. Here he bought a railroad for


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treasurer of the Ferro-Carril de Santiago de Cuba, 1892-93.


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1669, and his wife Judith Elizabeth de Bonneson, a native of Morlais, France, the former of whom traced his descent


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Caleb Foulke, son of Everard and Ann (De Haven) Foulke, was born in Richland, 8 mo. 28, 1783, died


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duty. He married, in 1778, Ann De Haven, of Holland ancestry and they were the parents of nine children, as


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1653, married Margaret Van de Berg, died in Bergen county in 1729. 4. Jan Van Horn, baptized


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married Hermanns Gelder. Rebecca^ married Abraham De La Montaigne, and Elizabeth.


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Isaac Newhouse, and ].Iercy, married Jacob De Haven.


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William, first Lord Conyers, and Anne de Neville his wife. The latter was a daughter of Ralph de Neville, third


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latter was a daughter of Ralph de Neville, third earl of Westmoreland.


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Sir John Conyers, Bart, and Alice de Neville, his wife. Through the Nevilles, and John of Gaunt, the line may


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daughter of Samuel Ellis and Sarah B. De Cou, and his present wife was Lydia P., daughter of Ellwood and


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back to a connection with Ralph De Ely, Baron of the Exchequer. The Manor House has the Ely arms, (a


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In Bailey's History of Nottinghamshire," John De Ely is stated to have been appointed the first vicar of St.-Mary's Collegiate


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Nicholas De Ely and Sir Richard De Illey. In Bailey's History of Nottinghamshire," John De Ely is stated to have


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descendants of the JM^orman nobility. Hugh De Revell was grandm.aster of the Knight Hospitalers, and this family in England throughout


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English Book of Dignities" records William De Ely as lord treasurer for King John and Richard I , Richard De


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John and Richard , Richard De Ely, lord treasurer for Richard I and Henry II, Ralph De Ely, baron


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Richard and Henry Ralph De Ely, baron of the exchequer for Henry III, (1240), Philip De Ely lord


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exchequer for Henry (1240), Philip De Ely lord treasurer for Henry III (1271), Nicholas De Ely, lord chancellor, in


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treasurer for Henry (1271), Nicholas De Ely, lord chancellor, in 1260, Lord treasurer in 1263, and Bishop of Worcester


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Sir William Mauleverer, who married Joan de Colville, and succeeded to the Ingleby Arnecliffe estate. The marriage of Robert Mauleverer


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Abbott had, with other issue, Joseph de Benneville Abbott, mentioned at length hereinafter.


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wife was a daughter of George de Benneville, of Bristol township, near Germantown, Philadelphia, county.


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Daniel De Benneville Keim was captain of the Berks county Washington Blues," attached to the


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Dr. Joseph de Benncville Abbott was educated at the famous Germantown Academj', and subsequently studied medicine


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the war of 1812. General George de Benneville Keim. grandfather of Mrs. Abbott, was born in Reading in 1778, and


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Francis Abbott, and mother of Joseph de Bennevjlle .Abbott.


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was a granddaughter of Dr. George de Benneville, of Bristol township, Philadelphia county, near Germantown. She died February 11,


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17, 1868, Lillie Paxson, Esther de Benneville Keim, born November 26, 1835, -died January 24. 1874, married James P.


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Benjamin Sells, Mary, wife of Peter De Witt, Susanna, wife of Thomas Jones, Margaret, wife of Conrad Metzger, Barbara, wife


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in 1901. His wife was Deborah De Wees, of an old family in the ·nieghborhood of Valley Forge, and they


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307 8, 1846, married John D. De Coursey, William B., born 9 mo. 2, 1848, mentioned hereinafter, Edward L.,


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maturity, Ella E., wife of Silas De Witt, wlio^died at the age of twenty-one years, leavi^ a son, John Riegel


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of the Titus family was Titus Syrachs de Vries, who emigrated from Vries, a village of Drenthe, Holland, about 1650,


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ascertained. He married about 1766 Sarah De Puy, a widow with several children, who died in 1791. The children of


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Ann Heaney, a granddaughter of Peter De Roche, a Frenchman, supposed to have come to America with the French troops


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French extraction, whose progenitor was Jean de Conde, younger son of Louis de Bourbon, the first Prince of Conde, and


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de Conde, younger son of Louis de Bourbon, the first Prince of Conde, and the founder of the family who


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studies under the tutelage of John De-Haven White, M. D., D. D. S., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in the


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Louisa De Wees. daughter of Isaiah and Mary (Hart) De Wees, both of whom were born in England.


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large business. He married Annie Louisa De Wees. daughter of Isaiah and Mary (Hart) De Wees, both of whom were


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Jonathan and Phebe. Jacob married Elizabeth de Guyon, of French descent, in 1761. Jonathan married Sarah de Guyon, a sister


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descent, in 1761. Jonathan married Sarah de Guyon, a sister of Elizabeth, and Phebe married Joseph Smith of Wrightstown, and


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to Ella Twining, daughter of Elias and Nellie (De Coursey) Twining, of Wnghtstown, both of whom are still living. To


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Frances Stradling and Eleanor De Coursey, residing at home.


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the second troop of Count Armand de Rueri's. Partizan Legion , he was a corporal and would not accept pay


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daughter, married, December 5, 1650, Jean de Pre. in the old Dutch church of New .A.msterdam.


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Simon de Ruine. De Waal le Ouallon.


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i, 1692* Cornelius, who married Johanna Van de Water, ana settled at Maidenhead, now Lawrenceville, New Jersey, about 1710, Anna


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family name is derived from Roger De La Magne, who was a baron and came over to England with William


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Greer, of Philadelphia, daughter of Gideon N. and Katherine (De-Pagnier) Greer. A family tradition says the paternal ancestors of Mrs.


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of Solebury, and daughter of Jane and Hannah (Cock) De la Plaine, and granddaughter of Nicholas De la Plaine, a


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la Plaine, and granddaughter of Nicholas De la Plaine, a native of France, who came to New York from Holland,