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David Bevier
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Birth: Oct. 27, 1746
Ulster County
New York, USA
Death: Jun. 17, 1822
Ulster County
New York, USA

David Bevier was born at the town of Rochester on October 27, 1746 and was baptized at Kingston on December 28 of the same year. As a child, David received his education at the Kingston Academy. In 1775, he signed the Articles of Association and joined the Ulster County Third Regiment, where he served as Adjutant. His regiment, under the command of General James Clinton, was stationed at Fort Montgomery in 1776 and Bemis Heights in 1777. He also served as a member of the Committee of Safety from 1776-1778. On January 25, 1778, David married Maria Hasbrouck (1751-1816), daughter of Abraham Hasbrouck and Catherine Bruyn at Stone Ridge. They had six children. At Marbletown, David served as Trustee from 1778-1787, and Commissioner of Highways in 1780. At the Reformed Dutch Church there he was elected deacon in 1766, church master in 1773, and elder several times between 1777 and 1814. He died on June 17, 1822. David Bevier is also known for the house he built at Marbletown in 1800 which still stands and is now owned and operated as a museum by the Ulster County Historical Society. 
Family links: 
  Louis Bevier (1717 - 1772)
  Marie Hasbrouck Bevier (1751 - 1816)
  David Bevier (1746 - 1822)
  Elizabeth Bevier Hasbrouck (1749 - 1795)*
  Philip DuBois Bevier (1751 - 1802)*
*Calculated relationship
Marbletown Cemetery
Ulster County
New York, USA
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Record added: Mar 03, 2007
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David Bevier
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