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Sue England (#39592760)
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Libbie Simonton, CTA
Marchessa Morrison
I noticed that John III is not iisted as a son of John II and Marchessa. Please add John III.
Thanks, Mom
Added by Libbie Simonton, CTA on Oct 08, 2016 10:58 PM
Hello - I am looking for descendants of David Taylor and Elizabeth Henry. Are you related to this person #5209940? Thanks.

Added by Andrew on Jul 20, 2016 4:25 PM
Sally Lewis
wrong picture of grave site
Hi Sue,
Can you please delete the photo that says paige cemetery. It is wrong information. My inlaws at in Partridge cemetery. I have added that picture. Thank you for your help.
Sally Lewis
Added by Sally Lewis on Jun 22, 2015 6:40 PM
Sally Lewis
Added by Sally Lewis on Jun 22, 2015 6:39 PM
Susan Stessin-Cohn
Ean family
I am Director of Education at Historic Huguenot Street. I would like control of the ean family tombstones in our burial ground so I can make some edits.
Thank you
Susan Stessin
Added by Susan Stessin-Cohn on Dec 03, 2013 7:06 AM
Janet Lahr
Paige Cemetery
The Town of Colchester records show that Lot 100 in the East section of Paige Cemetery was sold to Delos Hammond. He is my GGrandfather. The death certificates for him and my ggrandmother state they are buried in Downsville. There are no markers according to someone who visited the site for me. There was, however,three other markers, two old ones with LIZZIE on one and ANNIS on the other. The third marker says George Hammond 1873-1948. George is Delos' son.
Would you check this out for me or put me in touch with someone who can? I would also like photos of these 3 stones.

Janet Lahr

Thank you.
Added by Janet Lahr on Nov 09, 2011 11:28 AM
Webb Horton
Hi Sue,

Just thought you might be interested to know that I came across a photo of Webb Horton with sisters Ester and Annis on the Middletown, NY website and posted them in Webb's and Annis's memorials.

Added by jenny on Jun 24, 2011 7:01 PM
Beverly Kane
Maria Freer Ean
Hi Sue

Thank you for listing Maria (Freer) Ean. She is my 3rd g grandmother. If you'd like to transfer to me that would be great - or maybe she is also in your family?

Added by Beverly Kane on May 14, 2011 11:31 AM
Catherine Blanchen DuBois
While doing some research, I found such legends and stories of this amazing woman who is my ancestor:
"On the 10th of June 1663, Hurley and part of Kingston was burned by the Indians, and the wife of Louis DuBois and three children were among those who were carried away captive. Three months afterward an expedition under Captain Krieger, sent from New York, recovered the captives by surprising the Indians at their Fort near the Hogaberg in Shawangunk. "From Ralph LeFebre's History of New Paltz, Fort Orange Press, Albany, New York, 1909: 'The story (of the rescue of the Indian captives) which is dear to the Huguenot heart of New Paltz, is that when Captain Krieger and his company, directed by an Indian, attacked the savages at their place of refuge near the Shawangunk Kill, they were about to burn one or more captives at the stake, and the women commenced singing the 137th Psalm, which so pleased the red men that they deferred the proposed death by torture. In the meantime Captain Krieger's band, with Louis DuBois and others, arrived and rescued the captives from a horrible death..."

Catherine is said to have been marched along with the other captives, many of which were children, to the area of Ulser, her home being burned behind her and her baby (Sarah) at her breast. She is said to have started singing about 'captives in a strange land' when the men of the settlement caught up with them and rescued them.

Catherine was impressed with the beauty of the region where she was taken. The family returned there later and built their home in Ulster.

Her daughter, Sarah, later married another of the captives, young Jost Jansen Van Meteren.

Thank you for the memorial to Catherine.
Added by KET on Nov 04, 2010 8:52 AM

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