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Gessje Merrill MP (1661 - 1730)

Gessje (Grace) Staats was christened 12 December 1661 in Gravesend, Kings County, New York and died 1740 in Hopewell, Mercer Co, NJ. Parents: Pieter Janzen STAATS b: 1641 Gowanus, Brueckelen, New Ama...

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Elizabeth Stout (1670 - d.)

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Benjamin Stout MP (1669 - 1734)

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Sarah Elizabeth Pike (Stout) MP (1656 - 1714)

Find A Grave Birth: 1656, Gravesend, Kings County, New York, USA Death: Dec., 1714, Woodbridge, Middlesex County, New Jersey, USA Sarah and John were the parents of: John / 9 Apr 1677 - 14 May 16...

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Peter Stout (c.1654 - 1704)

Born at Gravesend, Long Island. Wealthy and respected citizen of Middletown, NJ; 1790 received lot at Hop River and 7 acres of meadowland at Conesconk from father. Died at Middletown, Long Island, NY. ...

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Mary Bowne MP (1650 - 1675)

Links Find A Grave Memorial# 45110312 Find A Grave Birth: 1650, Gravesend, Kings County, New York, USA Death: 1675, Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA Mary (15 yrs old) and James ...

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Deliverance Alice Stout (1652 - 1703)

About Alice Alice Stout, the widow of John Throckmorton , married, second, Robert Skelton , by license dated Oct. 30, 1611, by whom she had: Susanna Skelton who married Barnes Johnson in 1750, it is ...

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Capt. Richard Stout, II MP (1646 - c.1717)

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James B. Stout, Sr. MP (c.1648 - 1701)

Find a Grave Birth: 1658 Gravesend Kings County (Brooklyn) New York, USA Death: 1715 Monmouth County New Jersey, USA Family links: Parents: Richard Stout (1610 - ____) Penelope Van Princis ...

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John Stout MP (1645 - 1724)

John Stout Birth: 1645 in Gravesend, Kings Co., NY, USA Moved to Hopewell, NJ with brothers Jonathan and David in 1704 Death: 24 Nov 1724 in Middletown, Monmouth Co., NJ, USA Father: Richard ...

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Jonathan Stout MP (1660 - 1723)

Jonathan Stout Birth: 1660 - Gravesend, Kings County, New York Death: Feb., 1723 - Hunterdon County, New Jersey The first white man in Hopewell was Jonathan Stout, who in 1685 explored the wi...

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Sarah Tilton (1680 - 1748)

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Capt. William Bowne MP (1605 - 1677)

The first settlement at Salem, MA was begun in 1628. The Colonists obtained a patent from the Council of Plymouth in March 1628; and Charles I issued a charter of incorporation to the proprietors under...

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Elizabeth Bayles (c.1655 - d.)

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Ralph Cardell (deceased)

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Daniel Lake Esq. (c.1653 - 1710)

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Samuel Holmes (c.1642 - 1679)

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Anne Stillwell MP (c.1643 - 1709)

Alice married first Samuel Holmes. After his death she married William Osborne who had recently come to Gravesend from Newcastle in Delawre and who had lost his first wife Elizabeth Moore. After his de...

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Ruth London (1646 - 1677)

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Mary London (1624 - 1680)

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Thomas London (1647 - 1663)

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Abigail London (1648 - d.)

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Samuel London (c.1642 - 1652)

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Mary Riggin (1644 - 1730)

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Ambrose London (1618 - c.1706)

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Richard ( Cardinal ) Gibbons (1620 - 1660)

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Joanna Elizabeth ??? (c.1630 - d.)

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Mordecai Gibbons (deceased)

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Joanna Gibbons MP (c.1652 - c.1699)

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Rebecca Grover (c.1628 - 1686)

about - Rebecca Chesseman, born 1628

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James Grover (1607 - 1686)

James Grover, George Baxter, and James Hubbard, prefering English to Dutch rule, hoisted the English flag at Gravesend, declaring themselves subjects of the Republic of England. Baxter and Hubbard sent...

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James Grover Jr. Grover (c.1656 - 1715)

James Grover emigrated in 1635 to Lynn, Massachusetts. He lived in Gravesend until 1665, then moved to Monmouth Plantation.

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Francis Weekes of Oyster Bay MP (c.1618 - 1689)

The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record By New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Francis Weekes received a home lot of about five an...

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Thomas Applegate, I MP (1604 - c.1657)

THOMAS APPLEGATE was born 1604 in NORFOLKSHIRE, ENGLAND. He died 1662 in NEW JERSEY, MIDDLESEX and was buried in GRAVESEND, LONG ISLAND OLD DUTCH CHURCH. Source: Genealogical and Personal Memorial of...

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Randall Huet, I (c.1607 - 1669)

Randall Huet Emigrated from England to Lynn, Massachusetts in 1638. Helped settle Gravesend, Long Island. Burns quotes from History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (Edwin Salter, 1890): "Randall...

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Thomas Whitlock MP (1623 - 1703)

Thomas emigrated to the US in 1641 from Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. He was an early settler of Gravesend and Westchester NY and later a resident of Middletown, NJ.

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Penelope Stout (van Princis), The Mother of Middletown MP (c.1622 - 1732)

Penelope (van Princis) Stout Penelope emigrated in 1644 from Amsterdam, Netherlands to New Netherland. Shipwrecked on the New Jersey shore, all from ship murdered by Indians, she critically wounded (...

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Richard E Stout, Sr. MP (c.1615 - 1705)

Richard E. Stout Emigrated in 1644 from Nottinghamshire, England to New Netherlands. Timeline "Ran away from home and joined or was pressed into the British Navy where he served for seven years...

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Anne Spicer MP (1593 - 1653)

Anne Grant was born c.1602 in England. She married Thomas Spicer February 24, 1625 in Sandwich, Kent, England. Thomas emigrated to Newport, Rhode Island in 1638; Anne may have been with him. She died i...

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Thomas Spicer, of Barfreston & Gravesend MP (1592 - 1658)

Thomas Spicer emigrated in 1638 from Barfreeston, Kent, England and settled in Newport, Rhode Island. He was a Magistrate of Gravesend. Notes Inhabitants of Aquidneck Island (1638) ://en.wikipedia....

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Anthony Jansen van Salee MP (1607 - 1676)

Anthony "The Turk" Jansen van Salee was born in 1607 to Jan Janszoon van Haarlem and Margarita . He married a prostitute by the name of Grietje Reyniers around 1630. They had four children, all girls: ...

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Lt. Nicholas Stillwell, Jr. MP (c.1603 - 1671)

Nicholas, the emigrant and ancestor of the Stillwells of this vicinity (English), came to this country about 1638 from Holland, and settled at first on Manhattan I. He m. 1" Abagail dau. of Robert Hopt...

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Capt. Richard Ussell MP (1637 - d.)

Richard Ussell Emigrated to Rhode Island from Amesbury, Wiltshire, England. Helped settle Gravesend.

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James Hubbard (1643 - d.)

James Hubbard Emigrated from England c.1637 to Charlestown, Massachusetts.

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Sir Henry Moody, Kt. MP (1607 - d.)

Sir Henry Moody, II Son of Lady Deborah Moody. Emigrated from Wiltshire, England in 1638 to Lynn, Massachusetts. Helped settle Gravesend. Relocated in Virginia after the death of his mother.

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Mary "Goody" Tilton (Pearsall) MP (1620 - 1683)

Mary Pearsall was born in Shrewsbury, St. Chads, Shropshire, England. She had emigrated bo Massachusetts by 1639. Mary and John Tilton were among the first Americans to become Quakers. The Dutch Govern...

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John Tilton, Sr. MP (1613 - 1687)

John Tilton emigrated in 1639 from Warwickshire, England to Lynn, Massachusetts. Mary and John Tilton were among the first Americans to become Quakers. The Dutch Governor of New Amsterdam, Peter Stuyve...

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Deborah Moody MP (1586 - c.1659)

First woman land owner in the New World. Considered to be a "dangerous woman." Deborah Moody (Dunch) April 3, 1586 in Avebury, Wiltshire, England- c. 1659 Parents: Walter Dunch and Deborah Pilkingt...

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