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History of Montgomery County, embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots (Volume pt.2)

History of Montgomery County, embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots (Volume pt.2)

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Montgomery County, embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots (Volume pt.2)

History of Montgomery County, embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots (Volume pt.2)

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Isaac was a son of Jeremiah and Anna (Quackenbush) De Graff. Jeremiah, the grandfather of our subjects, was a son


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now lives, June 15, 1509. Magdalen De Graff was born at the same place September 2, 1813, and they were


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Mary and Alonzo H., jr. Mr. De Graff's father, Harmonius, was born at the old home in the year ISOO,


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arose and sang the hymn. Isaac De Gratl', father of Nicholas, was the first child in the family, and as


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: Frances A., now Mr. John G. De Graff, born March 28,


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and is the son of Emanuel and Maria (Mynderse) De Graff. Emanuel was a son of Emanuel De Graff, who


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Emanuel was a son of Emanuel De Graff, who was the builder of this house in 1804, and the father


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Graf F grant, issued to Isaac De Graff by George III. He was born October 11, 1836, and is the


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forty acres known as the Jacob De Graft' farm, where he now lives. He has built a fine residence, and


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Abigail, John Parsons (grandfather of Mrs. De Graffj, Ashael and Ramus, located at Amsterdam on a tract purchased with money


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John Davis (grandfather of Mrs. De Gra S'), was born at Lyme, Conn., November 4, 1777, was married to


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who resides with her parents. Mr. De Graff's father, John J., was born in the town of Mohawk about the


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Major John Davis, great-grandfather of Mrs. De Graft', was born at East Hampton, Long Island. He married Puah Parsons, May


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and is the son of Daniel and Eliza (Connor) De Graff. Daniel De Graff was a son of Isaac and


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Graff was a son of Isaac and Elinor (Voorhees) De Graff'.


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and Eliza (Connor) De Graff. Daniel De Graff was a son of Isaac and Elinor (Voorhees) De Graff'.


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revolutionary stock, and an ancestor (Nicholas De Graff) was killed in Glenville by the Indians and French in July, 1748.


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Bertha, born October 3, 187C. Mr. De Graff lives on a plot of two and onehalf acres of his own,


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Dutch and French. In 1573 Mr. De Grali' engaged in the boot and shoe bu.'^iness at 29 East Main street,


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to buy the farm where Mr. De Graff is now located. He died October 2S,


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John A., Mohawk, son of Abram I. and Maria (Van Houten) De Baun, was born in Clarkstown, Rockland county, March


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is identified with ancestral piety. Mr. De Baun graduated from Rutgers College in 1852, and three years later from the


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D., Mohawk, son of Rev. John A. De Baun, was born in Niskayuna, June 21, 18G.5. He attended Union College


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and his wife in 1876. James G. De Wandelaer was reared on the farm where he now resides.


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1852 he married Catherine De Graff of Fonda, daughter of John, and has four sons:


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married Editli Catherine, daughter of Alfred De Grafi" of Fonda.


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in the hardware business with Isaac J. De Graflf under the firm name of De Graff & Kline. June 12,


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and is a daughter of Jeremiah and Maria (De Graff) De Graff. (See De Graff biography.) Her early life was


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and is a daughter of Jeremiah and Maria (De Graff) De Graff. (See De Graff biography.) Her early life was


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C, born May 28, 1571, Maggie De Graff, born November 10, 1873 , Wales F., born January 11, 1875. John


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Sarah Malick, daughter of Aaron and Anna (De Reemer) Malick. His wife died April 19,


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twice, first to Catherine De Conders of Groton, Tompkins county. They had one son, Wilham Tyler, who is


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one daughter: Mary, who married John T. De Graflf, Jay A., and Edward M., who resides in Brooklyn.


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of Cornell University , and Howard De Witt, who died in 1SS5 in his sixth year. Mr. Sticht is a


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Hill p. o., son of Joseph N. and Lucinda (Van De Warker) Suits, was born in Palatine March 9, 1845.


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6, 1809, and married Lucinda Van De Warker, who was horn June 24, 1818. They bad ten children. He


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had four children: Edgar, married Henrietta De Forest and second Kizze Shelp , Catherii.e (Mrs. Myron Overbaugh), Amy (Mrs. Edwin


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o., was a son of Peter and Mary (Seaman) De Grafi', and was born in the house where his present


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residence is, January 4, 1824, Peter De Graff, father of our subject, was a son of Frederick and Elizabeth


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Martha Levy of this city. Mr. De Graff died in the year 1878. On July 4, 1880, he married Marion


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20, 1831, a son of John G. and Hester (De Graf T) De Graff.


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20, 1831, a son of John G. and Hester (De Graf T) De Graff.


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Vie balance of his life. Mr. De Graff has had seven children, four of whom are now living: Edward, born


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he married Marion, daughter of John and Sarah (Wicks) De Fore.-t of Mimlen, who had three sons and two daughters,


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first January 20, 1858, to Rebecca De Graff of Amsterdam, and they had a son, Emanuel N., who resides at


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and was a son of Daniel and Helen (Swart) De Graff. Daniel was born in Schenectady county, June 16, 1780.


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He was a son of Isaac De Graf}', whose home was in Schenectady, and he was the father of seven


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at home with her mother. Mr. De Wolfe died August 13,


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Amsterdam, was a son of Nicholas .V. and Catherine (Travers) De Graff, and was born where he now lives, December


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Nicholas was a son of John De Graff, born in 1793 and died in 1883, at ninety years of age.


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and is a son of John G. and Magdalen A. (Pollock) De Graff. John G., senior, was a son of


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was born March 23, 1560. Mr. De Graff has three children living: Florence, born August 20, 1879, Howard P., born


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prominent famil}' in church work, Mrs De Graff is organist, while Mr. De Graff is superintendent of the Sunday school


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county. His wife's name was Elizabeth De Graff, which name is one of the oldest in the history of the


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leaving but one brother living. Eleanor De Forest, the mother, died May 23, 1891. Charles Overbaugh married, January 11, 1871,


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Vedder) dead , Anna (Mrs. William De Graff, Amsterdam) , and Vreeland of Zanesville, Ohio. His grandfather. Cornelius Wemple.


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one of five children of Marcus De La Matei of Duanesburg. He graduated at the Albany iledical College in 1886


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De La Mater, William, M. D., Florida, was born in Mariaville, Schenectady county, on the 24th of September,


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Mary Bradt, daughter of John and Catherine (De Graff) Bradt, early set-tlers of this town. Mr. Larrabee is one


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De Graff, Alfred, 379.


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De Graff, Alfred, facing 378.


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De Graff, William. 260.


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De Wolfe, Charles, 257.


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De Graff, Oscar, 36.