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Abraham Veghte

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Abraham Veghte

Birth
Death
29 Jun 1865 (aged 74)
Burial
Griggstown, Somerset County, New Jersey, USA Add to Map
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Abram Veghte (1791-1865) was a farmer. (b. 24 May 1791; Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States - d. 29 June 1865; Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States)

Name:
Abraham Veghte or Abram Veghte.

Parents:
Mary and Henry Veghte.

Birth:
He was born on May 24, 1791 in Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States.

First marriage:
Gertrude Nevius (1796-1842) on January 16, 1817.

Children:
They had the following children: Matilda Veghte (1818-?) who married a Mount; Maria Veghte (1823-1910) who married John Nevius Hoagland (1822-1874) on December 3, 1845; Phebe Veghte (1825-1845); Ann Veghte (1833-?) who married an Edgar in 1854; and Sarah Veghte (1835-?) who married a Boice in 1857.

Second marriage:
He married Catharine DuBois (1800-1850) around 1845.

Death:
He died on June 29, 1865 in Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey.

Burial:
He was buried on July 1, 1865. He is buried next to Catharine DuBois (1800-1850).

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Abram Veghte (1791-1865) was a farmer. (b. 24 May 1791; Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States - d. 29 June 1865; Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States)

Name:
Abraham Veghte or Abram Veghte.

Parents:
Mary and Henry Veghte.

Birth:
He was born on May 24, 1791 in Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey, United States.

First marriage:
Gertrude Nevius (1796-1842) on January 16, 1817.

Children:
They had the following children: Matilda Veghte (1818-?) who married a Mount; Maria Veghte (1823-1910) who married John Nevius Hoagland (1822-1874) on December 3, 1845; Phebe Veghte (1825-1845); Ann Veghte (1833-?) who married an Edgar in 1854; and Sarah Veghte (1835-?) who married a Boice in 1857.

Second marriage:
He married Catharine DuBois (1800-1850) around 1845.

Death:
He died on June 29, 1865 in Griggstown, Somerset, New Jersey.

Burial:
He was buried on July 1, 1865. He is buried next to Catharine DuBois (1800-1850).

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