New York, USA
Glode Requa, s. of James Requa and Rebecca Conklin, b. circa 1767-8 poss. near White Plains, NY. He m. Judith Comb, dau. of Capt. George Comb and Elizabeth Wildey. She was b. Jan. 16, 1771 (calc. from g.s.) at Tarrytown, NY and d. June 11, 1834, age 63 yrs, 4 mos, 26 dys.
Glode's brother Elijah m. Judith (Comb) Requa's sister Eustatia Comb. Elijah and Eustatis' son, Rev. William Comb Requa, was a missionary to the Osage Indians with his cousin, George Requa, latter who is summarized below.
According to the "Family of Requa," Glode and Judith had eight sons, but gives no detail regarding any daughters. Son George, the apparent second son of the family, is the current focus of this memorial.
• ii. George Requa, b. Sept. 11, 1798 at Mt. Pleasant, NY, d. Apr. 18, 1856 at Bates County, MO. In 1820 George became a missionary to the Osage Indians at Union Mission, in the former Osage, later the Cherkee Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. He m. 1) circa 1823 while returning from a trip to New York, Sarah Clapp of Cincinnati, OH, who d. in 1825 at Union Mission at present-day Mayes County, Oklahoma. George m. 2) October 25, 1827 at Union Mission, Mary Harmon Austin, dau. of fellow missionaries Daniel Harmon Austin and Lydia Jane Hovey. She was b. Jan. 19, 1811 at Waterbury, VT and d. Jan. 18, 1890 at Deerfield, MO. See link below for an outline and summary of their family.
James Requa (1729 - 1817)
Rebecca Conklin Requa (____ - 1811)
Judith Comb Requa (1771 - 1834)
George Requa (1798 - 1856)*
Glode Requa (1768 - ____)
Elijah Requa (1773 - 1869)*
Created by: Don Blauvelt
Record added: Jun 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54170941