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Deacon Cornelius Van Sickle, II
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Birth: 1741
Hunterdon County
New Jersey, USA
Death: 1820
Sussex County
New Jersey, USA

"...the first child of Andrew and Mary [Van Sickle], was born in Hunterdon County, in the State of New Jersey about the year1741. He married (about 1768) his second cousin, Miss Anne Van Sickle, oldest daughter of Margaret and ______ [Peter], and sister to Peter I., by whom he had eight children--all daughters;....He (Cornelius, the II.) is said to have walked from Hunterdon to Sussex County (New Jersey) with a willow cane which he cut in two and planted on the old homestead in Wantage Township, near what is now (1880) called the "Van Sickle School House," from which grew two large trees. He was very supple, as well as athletic, and many traditions exist in regard to his wonderful feats of strength and agility. He was elected Deacon in the Low Dutch Reformed Church i 1801, and was distinguished for piety. He died in Sussex County. New Jersey, about the year 1820. His daughters Anna and Rachel removed to Western New York, and Elizabeth to Pennsylvania, where she is said to have been twice married after the death of her first husband. Cornelius Jones."---A history of the Van Sickle family in the United States of America..." pp.100-101 
Family links: 
  Andrew C Van Sickle (1716 - 1800)
  Mary Loudon Van Sickle (1718 - 1800)
  Anna Van Sickle Van Sickle (1743 - ____)
  Mary VanSickle Roloson (1769 - 1840)*
*Calculated relationship
Maintained by: Liane Bamburg
Originally Created by: Dorothy Gaston
Record added: Oct 21, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60419576

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