Eleanor <I>Williamson</I> Schureman

Eleanor Williamson Schureman

Death 17 Jul 1823 (aged 62)
New Jersey, USA
Burial New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA
Plot Lot 658
Memorial ID 124252797 · View Source
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Daughter of David Williamson and (Eleanor) Schuyler. She was granddaughter of William Williamson, who was elder of the church at Cranberry, N. J., in 1750. Her father kept the stage house at Rhode Hall, near Cranberry.

Both of her parents were members of the Dutch Church of Cranberry.

Eleanor Williamson married James Schureman on January 23, 1778 in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Her aunt, Mary Williamson, was wife of George Thompson and her uncle, Judge Abraham Schuyler, married Alechi (Alice) Voorhees, and their daughter, Christina, was wife of Peter Thompson, and Joanna, another daughter, was wife of Staats Van Deursen.

Her uncle, William Williamson, had a daughter Mary, who was wife of John Christopher Cox; and their son, Henry Christopher Cox, married Mary Mattox Van l^ostrand, and was father of Hannah Cox, who was married to James Schureman.

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erected in the memory of
wife of
James Schureman
who was born on the
16th day of January
and died on the 17th day
of July 1823
in the sixty third year
of her age

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  • Originally Created by: Charlie Morgan
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  • Find a Grave Memorial 124252797
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Eleanor Williamson Schureman (16 Jan 1761–17 Jul 1823), Find a Grave Memorial no. 124252797, citing First Reformed Church Cemetery, New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA ; Maintained by JStory52 (contributor 47702100) .