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Elizabeth Swaim (Cortelyou)

Дата рождения:
Место рождения: New Utrecht?, Kings County, Province of New York, Colonial America
Смерть: 1737
Huguenot Settlement, Staten Island, Richmond County, Province of New York, Colonial America (Fever in a cold winter, along with her son John)
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Жена Michael Swaim
Мать Anthony Swaim; John Swaim и Elizabeth Nation

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About Elizabeth Swaim

Children of WILLEM SWAIM and MARY LARZELERE are:

iii. MICHAEL SWAIM, b. Abt. 1715. Michael Swaim had a 1st marriage to Elizabeth Cortelyou (bp 2 Mar 1711, d 1737) and a 2nd marriage to Martha Worthington (b ~1727, d ~1798-1806).


Parents: Seen as Pierre "Peter" Corteliou (1664–1757) & Dieuvertje "Deborah" DeWit (1664–1713) but they don’t list this daughter


Family

Related directly from Rebecca (Swaim) Jones ...

“My Pa76 had two families his first was before he left NY. He married his cousin on his Ma’s side Elizabeth Cortelou at 18 years old. They had their first baby Elizabeth b. in 1730, their 2nd Anthony b. in 1732 and John who was b. in 1734 in the severe winter of 1737 his wife and son John died of Chills and Fever

The Swaim Family of Indiana and Oklahoma.” by Jack S. Swaim. Page 147:

Michael Swaim’s first marriage was to Elizabeth Cortelyou831 (bp 2 Mar 1711, d 1737) in ~1729 based on Rebecca Swaim Jones family information previously covered. Elizabeth Cortelyou was supposedly Michael’s cousin and born in New Utrecht (King’s County), New York.

Michael Swaim and Elizabeth Cortelyou had the following children:

  • 1. Elizabeth Swaim (b 1730, d 1789). 832 [<Michael<Willem<Thys] Elizabeth was born in New York and remained with her grandparents (Courtelyou) for several years while Michael Swaim made a suitable home in North Carolina. Elizabeth then moved to North Carolina. Elizabeth married Christopher Nation (b 1721, d 11 Nov 1799) in 1747. Christopher was a son of John Nation (b 28 Mar 1697, d 15 Dec 1772) and Bethiah Robbins (b 1701, d May 1774). This was Christopher’s second marriage. His first marriage was to Elizabeth Sharp (b 1717, d 26 Dec 1787). There is no record of Elizabeth Sharp’s death around 1747 as she died in 1787 so this may have involved a divorce.
  • 2. Anthony Swaim (b 1732). [<Michael<Willem<Thys] Anthony was born in Richmond County, New York. Anthony migrated to Frederick County, Virginia at the same time Elizabeth moved to North Carolina. Anthony spent some time living with his father Michael and helping him. Anthony was educated and would teach Michael’s children. However there were quarrels between Anthony and his father Michael which resulted in Anthony leaving. Anthony married Louisa Cordeau ~ 1767. Children: Henri (b 1768), Rebecca (b 1770), Maria (b 1772), Anthony (b 1774), John (b 1776), Martha (b 1778), Elizabeth (b 1780). Births of children may be estimated dates.
  • 3. John Swaim (b 1734, d 1737). [<Michael<Willem<Thys]bJohn died in the severe winter of 1737 along with his mother.833

After his wife Elizabeth Cortelyou’s death in 1737 Michael placed children Elizabeth and Anthony with his wife’s parents. Michael then left for Virginia with John, his brother, in the 1740s and said he would send for his children when he had a home

Excerpt taken from pg. 87 of The Swaim Family of IN & OK compiled by Jack Stuart Swaim

Michael and his first wife Elizabeth Cortelou had a son named John, born 1734, but Elizabeth and the baby both died of “Chills and fever” in the sever winter of 1737..

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Хронология Elizabeth Swaim

1711
2 марта 1711
New Utrecht?, Kings County, Province of New York, Colonial America
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Huguenot Settlement, Staten Island, Richmond County, Province of New York, Colonial America
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Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, Colonial America