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James Bollen

Also Known As: "James Bullen"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: England or, Middletown , New Netherlands
Death: March 27, 1682 (48-57)
Woodbridge, Middlesex, East Jersey Colony
Immediate Family:

Son of Robert Bollen and Jean Bollen
Husband of Anne Bollen
Father of Mary Stout; James Bollen, II; Anna Throckmorton Stout; George Bollen and Sarah Smith
Brother of George Bollen and Private

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Immediate Family

About Capt. James Bollen

James Bollen

Born: abt 1625-1629 possibly England

Married: Abt 1655

Died: Abt 1682 Woodbridge, NJ

Calendar of NJ Wills

Page: 44

Name: Capt. James Bolin Bollen

Date: 27 Mar 1682

(Secretary of the Province). Inventory of the estate of, (£63.-.-, real property, £85.9.11 1/2, personal, incl. a maid servant £7.-); made by John Pike, Sam'l Dennes, John Blomefild and Samuel Moore.

Middlesex Wills

28 Sep 1682 Sale of the personal effects to Capt. Greenland, Cornelius Longfeld, Mr. Danise, Mrs. Allis Rouse, Mr. Liprarey, John Bromfeld, Beniamine Hull, Ann Bollen, Matthew More, John Durham, bringing £93.15.1.

12 May 1683 Administration on the estate of, granted to Samuel Moore and Nath'l Fitzrandolph.

N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 54

12 May 1683 Bond of Samuel Moore, gentleman, and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, yeoman, both of Woodbridge, as administrators of the estate. Edward Slater, of Piscataway, fellow bondsman.

Middlesex Wills

-- May 1683 Bollen, James, of Woodbridge, late Secretary of E. J., James and Anna Bollen, children of, select Samuel Moore and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph as guardians

FATHER

unkown (?possibly Robert Bollen 1595)

MOTHER

unknown

WIFE

possibly Anne Vauquellen

CHILDREN

1. Anna Throckmorton Bollen

2. Mary Bollen

3. James Bollen

From "The History of Union County NJ 1664-1923 by A Van Doren Honeyman 1923

James Bollen came over with the English fleet in 1664, and as he was styled

"Captain," he nay have been in command of one of the vessels. He was deputized by (Col.) Nicolls to receive the surrender of the fort at New Amsterdam, (Sep. 8, 1664) and was appointed by him "Commissary of the Ammunition at New York." He remained at New York until August, 1665, as his name appears often in court records. There is no doubt he was acquainted with Governor Carteret in England, who on his first voyage sent his dispatches from Newport News, Virginia, June 13, 1665, to Captain James Bullaigne in New York. On the arrival of Governor Carteret at the port of New York, Bollen was made secretary of the new province and accompanied the governor in August to Elizabethtown."

James Bollen

Year: 1655

Place: New Jersey

Family Members: Wife Anne Vauquellin; Daughter Mary

Source Publication Code: 9228.50

Primary Immigrant: Bollen, James

Annotation: Date and port of arrival, date and place of marriage, or date and place of first mention of residence in the New World. Names were only indexed if birth overseas was specifically stated in source. An A following the page number indicates entry appears in

Source Bibliography: TURK, MARION G. The Quiet Adventurers in North America. Parts 1 and 2. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1993. 670p.

Page: 647

Evidence that the wife of James was Anne Vauquellen, daughter of Robert Vauquellin and Jeane (unknown) seems to be based on the fact that James Bollen signed as witness to the will of Robert Vauquellin.

Page: 481

Name: Robert Vauquellin, alias Laprery

Date: 05 Sep 1673

Location: Woodbridge

will of. Wife Jeane sole heiress of real and personal estate. Witnesses--James Bollen and Samuel Moore.

N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 288, and Middlesex Wills

1698 Oct. 10. Inventory of the personal estate, £184.10.6, incl. some French books £5.-, surveying instruments £1.-, 6 silver spoons, 4 forks and a small cup £4.19.-; made by John and Ezekiel Blomfeild.

James Bollen may have been a relative of Ann Boleyn

Above information from http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~brookefamily/bollenjames.htm

This link has some significant history of New England that involved Capt. James Bollen. Sadly, he does not come through very favorably.

http://files.usgwarchives.net/nj/statewide/history/history01.txt

(If you have trouble accessing the link, I can provide the saved file. - Mark Suggs)

Below from http://patp.us/genealogy/bio/bollen.aspx

James Bollen

b 1629 ENG, d abt Mar 1682/1683 Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ.

James Bollen was Justice of the Peace and Secretary of the Province of New Jersey. He and Robert Vauquelin were associated with Philip Carteret, and thus involved in the conflicts over who had the right to govern New Jersey. The story needs writing up; this collection of archival references to James Bollen is just a start in that direction. I'd welcome hearing from others who are working on sorting out these times, and from anyone who's found other good sources.

source: "Annals of Staten Island," J.J. Clute [NYPL: IRM (StIs) 88-382].

   Says Philip Carteret sailed for NY with 30 English and French emigrants. The boat was driven into the Chesapeake; while stuck there, Carteret forwarded dispatches to Bollen, who was commissary at the fort in NY, and also to Nicolls.
   A little later, says that Capt James Bollen, an officer of the fleet, received a grant of land in Staten Island. Doesn't say when!

A Justice of the Peace (seen in May 1677 records) and Secretary of the Province from at least 1665 until his death in spring 1682/3. The early records of NJ (1665-1667) appear in his handwriting.

President of the Court (in Woodbridge - apparently for the colony) 1678-1681 at least - seen in NJ Archives extracts.

source: NJ Colonial Documents: East Jersey Patents, etc., Liber 1.

   "1673 Jun 6. Patent to James Bollen, Secretary of the Province, for a neck of land on the E side of the Delaware, called Swarten Hook (Black Hook) over against Christaine Creek."
   [Salem Deeds, #5. "1691 Aug 18. Deed. Henry Jeanes of Penn's Neck, Salem Co, W Jersey, yeoman, to his son Nath Jeanes of the same place, planter, for 240 ac, part of the 540 ac granted under the name of Swart Hook by Dep Gov John Berry to Sec Jas Bollen 6 Jun 1673, sold by sd Bollen to Justa Anderson of Cristiana Cr 28 Aug 1677, & assgn'd by sd Justa to present grantor 3 Jun 1679."

source: NJCD: EJ Deeds, etc. Liber 3.

   1676 Mar 31. Commission for a special court of Oyer et Terminer at Woodbridge to try an action between John Ogden sr and John Cooper of LI: John Berry, President, Wm Pardon, Laurence Andrissen and James Bollen assistants.

source: NJ Colonial Documents, East Jersey Deeds, etc., Liber A.

   "1681 Mar 28. Directions and instructions for James Bollen, Secretary of the Province, given by Lady E. Carteret."

source: NJCD: Calendar of Wills.

   "1682 Mar 27. Bolin, Bollen, Capt James - Secretary of the Province. Inventory of estate. L 63 - real estate. L 85.9.11 1/2 - personal estate, including a maid servant L7, made by John Pike, Sam'l Dennes, John Blomefild, Sam'l Moore. See Middlesex Wills. "1682 Sep 28. Sale of personal effects to: Capt Greenland, Cornelius Longfeld, Mr Denise, Mrs Allis Rouse, Mr Liprarey, John Bromfeld, Benj Hull, Ann Bollen, Matthew More, John Durham; bringing L 93.15.1
   "12 May 1683 adm of estate to Sam'l Moore & Nathaniel Fitzrandolph; & bond."
   "1683 May 10. James and Anna, children of James Bollen, late of Woodbridge, Secretary of the Province, who died intestate, select Samuel Moore and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, both of Woodbridge, as their guardians."
   "1683 May 12. Letters of administration on the estate of James Bollen granted to Sam'l Moore and Nath'l Fitzrandolph." 
   same date: "Bond of the foregoing adminstrators."

source: New Jersey Colonial Documents. Journal of Governor and Council.

   At a Councill held 1682/1683, Present: The Deputy Governor, Coll Lewis Morris, Capt Palmer, Capt Sandford, Benjamin Price
   The bookes and papers relateing to the publick concernes of the said Province and which Capt Vickers the late Secretary had delivered to the Governor now brought here and Inspected which are as followeth vizt:
      1. One bound booke writt by Capt Blollen late Secretary deceased one Side Entituled the Reccord of Lands from the yeare 1665 to the yeare 1677 the other side of the book Entituled Reccord of Articles Conveyances and Leases for Land &c.
      2. One other bound booke writt and Entred by the said Capt Bollen Titled on one Side Reccord of those that have take and Subscribed the oath of Allegiance to the King and fidelity to the Lords Proprietors of New Jersey Anno Dmn 1665 the other side of the book titled the Reccords of Concessions Warrants &x granted by the Governor of New Jersey Anno 1665
      3. One other bound booke writt and entred by Capt Bollen Titled Reccord of Warrants for the layeing out of land and the Surveyors Certificates Anno 1675 1676 The other side thereof titled Reccords of Pattents for Land Anno 1678.
      4. One bound book writt and entered by Capt Vickers the one Side conteyning 15 folios being the Entry of the Retorns of Surveyes Indian Pattent and Inventoryes of Estates of persons deceased The other Side Containeing fol 36 being the Entry of Indian Graunts the Governors Pattents for Land and Entryes of the present Proprietors Deeds for this Province and Some other matters.
      5. A paper book not bound bu about a quire of paper Sticht up and writt by Capt Vickers one fol and a peece of the Retornes of Surveyes and a license for a marriage entered in a leafe att some distance from the former.
      6. A Trunk of Capt Bollens papers putt into order by the Governor Clerk and Cattalogued - but whether all not known the said trunk being broke open and the papers promiscous when delivered - The trunk were Capt Bollens papers and all bookes entred by Capt Bollen were by the mutuall consent of the said Governor and Councill and also the Deputyes in their last Assembly sealed up in the said Trunk as this Councill is Informed broke open by Capt Vickers & al without consent of the Deputyes.

source: "English America and the Restoration Monarchy of Charles II" by J.M. Sosin (U NE 1980).


Secretary of the Colony of New Jersey from about 1665 to 1682 or so.

James Bollen left England in 1664 with a military contingent headed by Richard Nichols and sailed to New England. After meeting with certain colonial representatives of Massachusetts and Connecticut, Nichols sailed on to New Amsterdam and, in the name of King Charles II and the king’s younger brother, James, Duke of York (who was the future King James II), forced the surrender of the Dutch and renamed the place New York.

There is some suggestion that the George Bollen, Mate who sailed with Captain Kidd was the son of this James Bollen.

Good site on James Bollen is here: http://patp.us/genealogy/bio/bollen.aspx

JAMES BOLLEN was listed as one of the first settlers of Staten Island, Richmond Co. NY in 1664. He moved with his family to East Jersey about 1665 where he played an important part in the history of New Jersey. He was chosen by Governor Carteret to be Secretary of the Province. At Woodbridge NJ he was Judge, Justice of the Peace and Interpreter of Government Acts. There is flimsy evidence that the wife of James was Anne Vauquellen, daughter of Robert Vauquellen and Jeane (unknown) but this is quite unlikely. James died before 27 Mar 1682 and since guardians were appointed for his children, his wife may have died before him.

He had a son James and a daughter Anna (our line).

James Bollen was Justice of the Peace and Secretary of the Province of New Jersey. He and Robert Vauquelin were associated with Philip Carteret, and thus involved in the conflicts over who had the right to govern New Jersey. The story needs writing up; this collection of archival references to James Bollen is just a start in that direction. I'd welcome hearing from others who are working on sorting out these times, and from anyone who's found other good sources.

source: "Annals of Staten Island," J.J. Clute [NYPL: IRM (StIs) 88-382].

Says Philip Carteret sailed for NY with 30 English and French emigrants. The boat was driven into the Chesapeake; while stuck there, Carteret forwarded dispatches to Bollen, who was commissary at the fort in NY, and also to Nicolls.

A little later, says that Capt James Bollen, an officer of the fleet, received a grant of land in Staten Island. Doesn't say when!

A Justice of the Peace (seen in May 1677 records) and Secretary of the Province from at least 1665 until his death in spring 1682/3. The early records of NJ (1665-1667) appear in his handwriting.

President of the Court (in Woodbridge - apparently for the colony) 1678-1681 at least - seen in NJ Archives extracts.

source: NJ Colonial Documents: East Jersey Patents, etc., Liber 1.

"1673 Jun 6. Patent to James Bollen, Secretary of the Province, for a neck of land on the E side of the Delaware, called Swarten Hook (Black Hook) over against Christaine Creek."

[Salem Deeds, #5. "1691 Aug 18. Deed. Henry Jeanes of Penn's Neck, Salem Co, W Jersey, yeoman, to his son Nath Jeanes of the same place, planter, for 240 ac, part of the 540 ac granted under the name of Swart Hook by Dep Gov John Berry to Sec Jas Bollen 6 Jun 1673, sold by sd Bollen to Justa Anderson of Cristiana Cr 28 Aug 1677, & assgn'd by sd Justa to present grantor 3 Jun 1679."

source: NJCD: EJ Deeds, etc. Liber 3.

1676 Mar 31. Commission for a special court of Oyer et Terminer at Woodbridge to try an action between John Ogden sr and John Cooper of LI: John Berry, President, Wm Pardon, Laurence Andrissen and James Bollen assistants.

source: NJ Colonial Documents, East Jersey Deeds, etc., Liber A.

"1681 Mar 28. Directions and instructions for James Bollen, Secretary of the Province, given by Lady E. Carteret."

source: NJCD: Calendar of Wills.

"1682 Mar 27. Bolin, Bollen, Capt James - Secretary of the Province. Inventory of estate. L 63 - real estate. L 85.9.11 1/2 - personal estate, including a maid servant L7, made by John Pike, Sam'l Dennes, John Blomefild, Sam'l Moore. See Middlesex Wills. "1682 Sep 28. Sale of personal effects to: Capt Greenland, Cornelius Longfeld, Mr Denise, Mrs Allis Rouse, Mr Liprarey, John Bromfeld, Benj Hull, Ann Bollen, Matthew More, John Durham; bringing L 93.15.1

"12 May 1683 adm of estate to Sam'l Moore & Nathaniel Fitzrandolph; & bond."

"1683 May 10. James and Anna, children of James Bollen, late of Woodbridge, Secretary of the Province, who died intestate, select Samuel Moore and Nathaniel Fitzrandolph, both of Woodbridge, as their guardians."

"1683 May 12. Letters of administration on the estate of James Bollen granted to Sam'l Moore and Nath'l Fitzrandolph."

same date: "Bond of the foregoing adminstrators."

source: New Jersey Colonial Documents. Journal of Governor and Council.

At a Councill held 1682/1683, Present: The Deputy Governor, Coll Lewis Morris, Capt Palmer, Capt Sandford, Benjamin Price

The bookes and papers relateing to the publick concernes of the said Province and which Capt Vickers the late Secretary had delivered to the Governor now brought here and Inspected which are as followeth vizt:

One bound booke writt by Capt Blollen late Secretary deceased one Side Entituled the Reccord of Lands from the yeare 1665 to the yeare 1677 the other side of the book Entituled Reccord of Articles Conveyances and Leases for Land &c.

One other bound booke writt and Entred by the said Capt Bollen Titled on one Side Reccord of those that have take and Subscribed the oath of Allegiance to the King and fidelity to the Lords Proprietors of New Jersey Anno Dmn 1665 the other side of the book titled the Reccords of Concessions Warrants &x granted by the Governor of New Jersey Anno 1665

One other bound booke writt and entred by Capt Bollen Titled Reccord of Warrants for the layeing out of land and the Surveyors Certificates Anno 1675 1676 The other side thereof titled Reccords of Pattents for Land Anno 1678.

One bound book writt and entered by Capt Vickers the one Side conteyning 15 folios being the Entry of the Retorns of Surveyes Indian Pattent and Inventoryes of Estates of persons deceased The other Side Containeing fol 36 being the Entry of Indian Graunts the Governors Pattents for Land and Entryes of the present Proprietors Deeds for this Province and Some other matters.

A paper book not bound bu about a quire of paper Sticht up and writt by Capt Vickers one fol and a peece of the Retornes of Surveyes and a license for a marriage entered in a leafe att some distance from the former.

A Trunk of Capt Bollens papers putt into order by the Governor Clerk and Cattalogued - but whether all not known the said trunk being broke open and the papers promiscous when delivered - The trunk were Capt Bollens papers and all bookes entred by Capt Bollen were by the mutuall consent of the said Governor and Councill and also the Deputyes in their last Assembly sealed up in the said Trunk as this Councill is Informed broke open by Capt Vickers & al without consent of the Deputyes.

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source: "English America and the Restoration Monarchy of Charles II" by J.M. Sosin (U NE 1980).

From "The History of Union County NJ 1664-1923 by A Van Doren Honeyman 1923

James Bollen came over with the English fleet in 1664, and as he was styled

"Captain," he nay have been in command of one of the vessels. He was deputized by (Col.) Nicolls to receive the surrender of the fort at New Amsterdam, (Sep. 8, 1664) and was appointed by him "Commissary of the Ammunition at New York." He remained at New York until August, 1665, as his name appears often in court records. There is no doubt he was acquainted with Governor Carteret in England, who on his first voyage sent his dispatches from Newport News, Virginia, June 13, 1665, to Captain James Bullaigne in New York. On the arrival of Governor Carteret at the port of New York, Bollen was made secretary of the new province and accompanied the governor in August to Elizabethtown."

James Bollen

Year: 1655

Place: New Jersey

Family Members: Wife Anne Vauquellin; Daughter Mary

Source Publication Code: 9228.50

Primary Immigrant: Bollen, James

Annotation: Date and port of arrival, date and place of marriage, or date and place of first mention of residence in the New World. Names were only indexed if birth overseas was specifically stated in source. An A following the page number indicates entry appears in

Source Bibliography: TURK, MARION G. The Quiet Adventurers in North America. Parts 1 and 2. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1993. 670p.

Page: 647

Evidence that the wife of James was Anne Vauquellen, daughter of Robert Vauquellin and Jeane (unknown) seems to be based on the fact that James Bollen signed as witness to the will of Robert Vauquellin.

Page: 481

Name: Robert Vauquellin, alias Laprery

Date: 05 Sep 1673

Location: Woodbridge

will of. Wife Jeane sole heiress of real and personal estate. Witnesses--James Bollen and Samuel Moore.

N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 288, and Middlesex Wills

1698 Oct. 10. Inventory of the personal estate, £184.10.6, incl. some French books £5.-, surveying instruments £1.-, 6 silver spoons, 4 forks and a small cup £4.19.-; made by John and Ezekiel Blomfeild.

James Bollen may have been a relative of Ann Boleyn

CHILDREN

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Mary BULLEN

  Born: 1655             at: Isle of Jersey, England  

Married: at:

  Died:                  at: Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey  

Spouses:

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: Anna Throckmorton BOLLEN

  Born: ABT 1657         at: Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey  

Married: 25 AUG 1685 at: Middletown, Monmouth, New Jersey

  Died:                  at: Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey  

Spouses: Jonathan STOUT

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Name: James BULLEN

  Born: ABT 1669         at: Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey  

Married: at:

  Died:                  at: Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey  

Spouses:


James Bollen, on October 28, 1664, was one of the witnesses to the delivery of wampum to the Indians for the purchase of Elizabeth, New Jersey (1665-67).

Known children: Anna

Information from Roy Dodge.


Justice of the Peace and Secretary of the Province of New Jersey

Capt James Bollen, an officer of the fleet, received a grant of land in Staten Island. Doesn't say when!

A Justice of the Peace (seen in May 1677 records) and Secretary of the Province from at least 1665 until his death in spring 1682/3. The early records of NJ (1665-1667) appear in his handwriting

Middlesex Wills. "1682 Sep 28. Sale of personal effects to: Capt Greenland, Cornelius Longfeld, Mr Denise, Mrs Allis Rouse, Mr Liprarey, John Bromfeld, Benj Hull, Ann Bollen, Matthew More, John Durham; bringing L 93.15.1


GEDCOM Note

New Netherland Settler

Biography ==James Bollin became the Secretary of the Province of New Jersey. In April, 1665 James set sail for America from England in Philip Carteret'sship, 'Philip," with about thirty passengers. There is no surviving passenger list. However, it is known that the passengers included James Bollin. James then settled in northeastern New Jersey, under British rule (since Sept. 1664) of this part of New Netherland as it was in dispute for the next decade until full Dutch capitulation in 1674.

Name

: James Bullen /BOLLEN/ : James /Bollen/<ref>Source: #S89</ref>

Birth

: 1629 Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA<ref>Source: #S89</ref> : 1629 England<ref>Source: #S89</ref> : 1629 Hingham, Norfolk, England

Marriage

: Husband: James Bollen : Wife: Anne Vanquellin

  1. Child: Mary Bullen
  2. Child: Anna Throgmorton Bullen
  3. Child: Anne (Boleyn) Bullen
  4. Child: James Bullen

: Marriage: : Place: Middle Town, Middlesex, New Jersey

: Husband: James Bollen : Wife: Anne Vanquellin

  1. Child: Mary Bullen
  2. Child: Anne Bollen
  3. Child: James Bullen

: Marriage: : Date: ABT 1654 : Place: England

: Husband: James Bollen : Wife: Anne Vanquellin

  1. Child: George Bollen
  2. Child: Mary Bullen
  3. Child: James 2 Bollen
  4. Child: Anna Throckmorton Bullen

: Marriage: : Date: 1654: Place: Middle Town, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA<ref>Source: #S89</ref>

: Marriage: : Date: 1655<ref>Source: #S89</ref>

Death

: 27 MAR 1682 Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey : ABT MAR 1682/83 Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ

Sources

<references />

  • Source S89: Author: Yates Publishing: Title: U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900: Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.,2004.Original data - This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronicdatabases. Originally, the information was deriv;: Repository: http://www.Ancestry.com

Source Notes

Ancestral File Number: FWNW-HN

Acknowledgments ===* WikiTree profile Bollen-19 created through the import of ross20genancestors-children6-22-2011.ged on Jun 22, 2011 by Lamar Ross. * This person was created through the import of Weaver.ged on 03 January 2011. * This person was created through the import of Reba Family Tree_2011-03-12.ged on 13 March 2011. * This person was created through the import of Smith-Hunter.ged on 10March 2011. * This person was created through the import of grant2.ged on 07 February 2011.


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@R353280766@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.

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Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=154518107&pid=21523

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@R353280766@ New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc., Vol III

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https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=FLHG-NJWillsInvIII&h=415939&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt 1,48599::415939

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Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=155199807&pid=19076

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Capt. James Bollen's Timeline

1629
1629
Middletown , New Netherlands
1652
1652
Isle of Jersey, England
1660
1660
Isle Of Jersey, England
1665
1665
Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey
1666
1666
Age 37
New Jersey
1682
March 27, 1682
Age 53
Woodbridge, Middlesex, East Jersey Colony
1999
April 24, 1999
Age 53
November 6, 1999
Age 53
2003
March 7, 2003
Age 53