Elizabeth Hunt (Jessup), of New Town
|Birthplace:||of, New Town, Long Island , New York|
|Death:||Died in New Town, Long Island , New York|
|Place of Burial:||Cornell Burial Ground, Far Rockaway, NY|
Daughter of John Jessup, of Wethersfield and Joanna Whitmore
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About Elizabeth Hunt, of New Town
- Birth: 1628 - New Town, New York
- Death: 1677 - New Town, New York
- Husband: Ralph Hunt
- Children: Anna Hunt, Edward Hunt, John Hunt, Mary Hunt, Ralph Hunt, Samuel Hunt
Elizabeth Jessup was born in 1628 at Newton, Long Island, New York.1 She was the daughter of John Jessup and Joanna Kerrich.1 Elizabeth Jessup married Raph Hunt of Middleburrough, son of Thomas Hunt and Cicely Paisley, in 1652
There are various guesses as to the identity of the wife of Ralph Hunt.
Here is one possible list of their children:
- Anna Hunt b c 1650 - Newtown, Long Island, Queens Co, NY m 1671 - Theophilus Phillips d 6 FEB 1681 - Newtown, Long Is, NY
- Edward Hunt b c 1652 - Newtown, Long Island, Queens Co, NY (see possible will below) m Elizabeth Hazard d 15 FEB 1716 - Newtown, Long Island, Queens Co, NY
- Mary Hunt b1654 - Newtown, Queens, Ny m Francis Combs d 1735
- Ralph Hunt b c 1656 - Newtown, Long Island, Queens Co, NY m Hannah d: 5 NOV 1733 - Maidenhead Twp., Hunterdon, New Jersey (see will of possibly his wife below)
- John Hunt (our line) b c 1658 - Newton, Queen, Long Island, m Joanna d: BET 1726 AND 1733 - Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey
- Samuel Hunt (some sites say this, not his brother John above, is our line to the John in the next generation) b ABT 1660 - Newtown, Long Island, NY m Mary Hune Hunt d 15 JAN 1717 - Maidenhead, Hunterdon, NJ
Possibly her son Edward:
Page 487.--EDWARD HUNT. In the name of God, Amen. I, Edward Hunt, of Newtown, in Queens County, gentleman, being sick. I leave to my wife Elizabeth, 1/3 of all movable estate, and the portion left to her by her father, which is in the hands of her brothers, Thomas and James Haggard, and she is to have the use of my estate in Newtown, during her widowhood, or until my sons Thomas and Jonathan come of age. Legacies to daughters Martha and Elizabeth. I make my wife executor, and John Hunt and Thomas Haggard overseers. I leave to my son Edward the land he now dwelleth on, in the County of Hunterdon, and #4, and a small iron kettle for his birth right. I leave to my son Richard, the land that he dwelleth on in the County of Hunterdon, in New Jersey. I leave to my son Thomas my house and land that I now dwell on, as it is divided between him and his brother Jonathan, in the presence of James Renne and Nathaniel Haggard. Also a piece of salt meadow as it is divided, in presence of Benjamin Laurence, James Burroughs, and Benjamin Comfurth. Also a piece of land lying near the house of Thomas Robinson. He paying to his mother, Elizabeth, #30. I also leave him 1/2 of my purchase rights. I leave to my son Jonathan the land that Samuel Wright liveth on, as it is divided, And a piece of salt meadow, as divided, And a piece of land lying before the door of Abraham Bass, with the appurtenances. Also 10 acres on the west side of Juniper Swamp. I leave to my son Ralph Hunt, #1, to be paid out of the bond due to me from my brother, Ralph Hunt, with what he hath already received. I leave to my daughter, Sarah Titus, #18, to my daughter, Martha, #30. I leave to my daughters, Hannah and Abigail, all that land and house lot that was formerly Isaac Grays, and 12 acres of land in Juniper Swamp, And a piece of salt meadow by the meadow of their brothers, Thomas and Jonathan, when they are of age. I leave to my grand child, Sarah Reede, #2.
Dated, January 15, 17 15/16. Witnesses, Samuel Haight, Caleb Merill, James Burroughs. Proved, February 29, 1716, at a special meeting of John Jackson, Chief Judge of Court of Common Pleas, in Queens County, and Joseph Sackett, and James Hunt, Justices.
These are the Hunt will summaries found on p. 256 of _Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. XXX, Calendar of Wills, Administrations, etc. Vol. II, 1730-1750_, A. Van Doven Honeyman, ed. 1918
Perhaps a grandson:
1741, Sept 12. Hunt, Edward, "son of Ralph Hunt of Maidenhead," Hunterdon Co., deceased; will of. Brother, John Hunt, 150 acres in Hopewell, in possession of Thomas Shaw and John Duglis, tenants. Brother, Ralph Hunt, to take said land until Brother John is aged twenty. Residue of estate to rest of testator's brothers and sisters. Executor -- father-in-law, Phillip Phillips. Witnesses -- Samuel Hunt, Abner Phillips, Alexr. Biles. Proved Jan. 16, 1741-2. Lib. 4, p. 319. 1741-2, Jan 6. Inventory, £27.16.6.; made by Theo Phillips and Samuel Hunt.
This could be the wife of the son Ralph of immigrant Ralph, not sure why he is called "Captain" here:
1732, Nov. 5. Hunt, Captain Ralph, of Maidenhead,"
Hunterdon Co.; will of. Wife, Elizabeth. Eldest son, Edward, 150 acres of land in Hopewell, a gun, etc. Second son, Ralph, a minor, part of plantation above the King's road leading from Trenton to Brunswick, 5 acres of meadow between Samuel Hunt's widow and Powell Huff's, 4 acres of meadow at lower end of lot in great meadow; Ralph to pay legacies to testator's eldest daughter, Jemima Hunt, daughter Kezia, and son John. Third son, Samuel, part of plantation below the King's Road leading from Trenton to Brunswick, Samuel to pay legacies to testator's daughter, Elizabeth Hunt, when Samuel is aged 25 years and to fourth son, John, when John is aged 30 years. Executors -- wife Elizabeth, Major Alexander Lockhart, of Hopewell, Esquire, and Theo. Phillips, Esquire. Witnesses -- John Anderson, Abraham Anderson, Jr., and James McKinley. Proved February 9, 1732-3 Lib 3, p. 279 1732-3, Jan 20. Theophilis Phillips, of Maidenhead, renounces as executor. Witnesses -- Joshua Anderson and Jas. McKinly. 1733, Jun 25. Inventory (£326.04.7-1/2) includes a servant, Laurence Lareu. Made by Charles Cook and Nathaniel Moore. Elizabeth Phillips, late Elizabeth Hunt, executrix, testifies to inventory. Octoger 24, 1734
Her sons - perhaps grandsons?? - were part of setting up the Presbyterian church there ( from A History of the Old Presbyterian Congregation of "The People of Maidenhead ... By George Hale)
THE PEOPLE OF-MAIDENHEAD AND HOPEWELL. The first authentic evidence that there were Christian people in this region uniting together for the maintenance of religious worship, is found in the record of a deed bearing date 1698-9, March 18th, in which the Honorable Jeremiah Basse, Esq., Governor of the Provinces of East and West Jersey, and Thomas Re- vell, &c., agents of the Honorable the West Jersey Society in England, convey " for the erecting of a meeting- house, and for burying-ground and school-house," one hundred acres of land to " Ralph Hunt, John Bain- bridge, Johannes Lawrenson, William Hixon, John Bryerly, Samuel Hunt, Theophilus Phillips, Jonathan Davis, Thomas Smith, Jasper Smith, Thomas Coleman, Benjamin Hardin, William Akers, Robert Lannen, Philip Phillips, Joshua Andris, Samuel Davis, Elnathan Davis, Enoch Andris, Cornelius Andris, James Price, John Runyan, Thomas Runyan, Hezekiah Bonham, Benjamin Maple, Lawrence Updike, Joseph Sackett, and Edward Hunt, " inhabitants of the said township aforesaid, i. e., Maidenhead, and parts adjacent." There is a strong presumption that the first house of worship for the congregation was erected in what is now called Lawrenceville. Further, the baptismal records of the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, show that the Rev. Jedediah Andrews of that church administered the rite of baptism at Maidenhead in 1713 and 1714, and it is matter of ecclesiastical record that the Rev. Robert Orr, the first pastor, was ordained and installed. October 20, 1715, in the meeting-house at Maidenhead.
Mentions the three brothers Edward, Samuel, and Ralph, possibly excluding the other brother, our John.
- Needham Genealogy latest update on 20 January 2007
-  "Descendants of Ralph Hunt" Long Island Genealogy http://longislandgenealogy.com/hunt/surnames.htm "The name of his wife and where and when they were married has not been found with reliability although there are different versions of her name as Ann, some saying Jessup. (Furman gives her name as Elizabeth Jessup, which is questionable and inconsistent with other dates on the Jessup family) (Note: She had a daughter Anna.) Wife not mentioned in husbands will of 1676/77."
- "Abstract of Wills on File in the Surrogates Office, City of New York, NY" (Volume I. 1665-1707) Vol. 1, Liber 1-2, p. 4, in:
Cornell Library New York State Historical Collection http://historical.library.cornell.edu:80/Dienst/UI/1.0/Display/cul.nys/nys054 (Will of her father, Edward Jessup, dated 06 Aug 1666 and proved 14 Nov 1666. The will clearly names Elizabeth Hunt as a daughter and Mary Hunt as a granddaughter. Ralph Hunt is named as an executor.)
- "Descent of Comfort Sands and of His Children" Temple Prime, Huntington, NY, 1897; p 25
"1. Elizabeth Jessup, married, prior to August 1666, Thomas I Hunt, of the Grove, Westchester, N. Y.""
-  [S250] "Early Northeast U.S. Hunt Families"
Name: Elizabeth JESSUP
Given Name: Elizabeth
Note: From the Bible of Richard Cornell of Cornbury and Far Rockaway 1
Birth: 1635 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Death: 4 JAN 1697/98 in Long Island, Nassau, New York
Father: John JESSUP b: 1602 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts
Marriage 1 Richard CORNELL b: 8 JUL 1624 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England
Richard CORNELL b: 27 MAR 1656 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Sarah CORNELL b: 20 JUN 1657 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York c: 4 JUL 1657 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Thomas CORNELL b: 1 DEC 1659 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Anna CORNELL b: ABT 1659 in Merrick, Queens County, New York
Elizabeth CORNELL b: 16 JUN 1661 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York c: 2 JUL 1661 in Dutch Church, New Amsterdam
Joshua CORNELL b: 3 NOV 1664 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
William CORNELL b: 1 FEB 1666/67 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Jacob CORNWELL b: 31 AUG 1668 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
John CORNELL b: 5 JUL 1672 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Samuel CORNELL b: 18 NOV 1673
Thomas CORNELL b: 10 DEC 1675 in New York
Rebecca CORNELL b: 14 DEC 1676
Mary CORNELL b: 14 DEC 1676 in Flushing, Queens, Kings County, New York
Abbrev: [Ancestry of David A. Blocher]
Title: "Ancestry of David A. Blocher"
Author: David A. Blocher
Text: "Ancestry of David A. Blocher" by David A. Blocher
A notification of David A. Blocher's Ancestry. Used for personal purposes, no book was published.
Elizabeth was born about 1625. She died in Newtown, Queens Co., which is now called Elmhurst.
Her parentage is disputed. Some people say that she was the daughter of John Jessup and Joanna Kerrich Jessup. Others say that she was the daughter of Thomas Pettit and Christian Mellows Pettit and the widow of a Mr. Reed.
About 1664 in Newtown, Elizabeth became the second wife of John Burroughs. They had one son together: John Jr. in 1665.
Elizabeth Hunt, of New Town's Timeline
New Town, Long Island , New York
March 27, 1656
Queens, Long Island, New York
Newton, Kings County, New York, United States
June 20, 1657
Hempstead, Nassau, Long Island, New York
Newton, Queen (Long Island), New York, United States
Newton, Long Island Co, NY
July 2, 1662
Flushing, Queens, Long Island, New York