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1 Baptized July 24, 1695 Family: F0191
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1694
 
3 Lived at 2086 E. 9th Street Family: F0725
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F0133
 
5 Named as Fruma Multer on Max Multer's death certificate, but not confident of reliability. Frimma
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
8 Tombstone: "Amelia, wife of Gilbert Valentine Died Sept. 13, 1858, Age 47 Yrs. 3 mos. and 10 days." Amelia
 
9 Tombstone: "In Memory of Mrs Anna, wife of Isaac Valentine who died March 21, 1842, age 57 yrs, 4 mos and 21 days."  Anna
 
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
15 Family of Halsted (Halstead) Bailey and his wife, Ann Valentine, contributed by Peter J. Valentine.

Halstead Bailey dropped the "a" from his name for unknown reasons.

Halsted Bailey, Shoemaker, was found in the New York City Directory living at the following locations:
1829. Lived at 38 Crosby Street, NY City.
1830-1831. Halsted Bailey and Anthony Valentine, shoemakers, were both found living at 35 First Ave., NY, NY. Names also listed in sequence on the 1830 Federal Census.
1832. Lived at Wooster Ave., NY City.
1834-1835. Shoemaker, lived at 186 Ludlow, NY, NY.
1843. Does not appear again in the NY City directory again until 1843, living at 128 Norfolk Street.
1844, Lived at 186 Ludlow, NY, NY.
1845-1848. Name spelled as Halsted "Vailey", living at 33 1/2 Clinton, NY, NY.
1848. Lived at 146 Essex.
1851. Lived at 82 Willett St., NY, NY.
1854. lived at 164 Delaney St., NY, NY.
1857-1860. Halsted Bailey, now a clerk, lived at 120 Clinton St., NY, NY.
1861-1864. Lived at 110 Lewis St., NY, NY.

1870. Brooklyn, Kings County, New York Federal Census, Ward 13. Halstead Bailey, age 63, porter in a shoe store, Ann Bailey (nee Valentine), age 60, Halstead Bailey, Jr., age 26, shoe cutter, his wife, Mary Bailey, age 21, and their son, Edmund Bailey, age 6 months, Charles Bailey, age 28, his wife, Mary, age 22, and their son, Charles Bailey, age 3, Joseph Bailey, age 18. 
Halstead Bailey
 
16 Worked as a shoe cutter at Dalton Shoe Co., and tied of TB, age 54 years, 5 months, 5 days.  Halstead Bailey, Jr.
 
17 Hannah's parents were Thomas Baker and Merry Lewis. Hannah Baker
 
18 Harriet Baker was a daughter of Joseph's father's second wife, Cassie, widow Baker. Harriet Baker
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
20 Will of John Barhyt, dated December 24, 1762, proved January 18, 1772, New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. John named his wife Judith, son Andrew, daughter Hester, wife of Jacob Valentine, "the best table", late daughter Judith, married to Severance (Deliverance) Acker, and her heirs, son John, daughter Abigail, wife of Peter Ally, daughter Charity, wife of George Cornwell. John named his wife and son-in-law George Cornwell and Peter Alley, executors. Witnesses were Moses De St. Croix, mariner and Jacob Bleeker. "Abstracts of Wills," Vol III, published by the New York Historical Society.  Hester Barheyt
 
21 Will dated 1714, named wife Rebecca and several children. He had about eleven children.

In 1675 living at Westchester County, New York. 
Thomas Baxter, Jr.
 
22 [Zelmanow2.FTW]

Information about Shandle Benzovna presented in here is based on a letter received in December 2002 from Olya Degtyar, a granddaugther of Joseph. Olya is currently living in Germany and she wrote this letter to Solomon Braude and I obtained the original letter from Solomon when I visited him In Brighton Beach, NY in june 2003. Some of the information from Olya does not agree with information I received from Faina Zindels. However, since the information about Shandle and her decendants is from someone directly related to Shandle, I am assuming that it is the "most correct" version. DZ 8/21/03 
Schaindl Bensovna
 
23 Baptized June 18, 1840, Second Reformed Church, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey

1870, August 11. Saddle River Township, Paterson Post Office, Passaic County, New Jersey Federal Census. George Berden, age 31, Jemima Berden, age30 (wife), John E. Berden, age 11, Margaret E. Berden, age 9, Garret Berdem. age 7 and William Berden, age 4.  
George Berden
 
24 [Zelmanow2.FTW]

Information about Joseph Davidovich Berdichevsky presented in here is based on a letter received in December 2002 from Olya Degtyar, a granddaugther of Joseph. Olya is currently living in Germany and she wrote this letter to Solomon Braude and I obtained the original letter from Solomon when I visited him In Brighton Beach, NY in june 2003. Some of the information from Olya does not agree with information I received from Faina Zindels. However, since the information about Joseph and his decendants is from someone directly related to Joseph, I am assuming that it is the "most correct" version. DZ 8/21/03 
Joseph Berdichevsky
 
25 Sophia (Josephine, nee Besteder) filed for Widow's Pension after Jarvis died in 1862, the year before she died September 3, 1878, age 76 years, seven months and 3 days. (born about February 28, 1802), however her request was rejected because evidence couldn't be found.

In 1810 one John Besteder was found at Orange County, New York. Jarvis had been living at Orange County, New York prior to going to Morris County, New Jersey.  
Josephine (Sophia) Besteder
 
26 Will of William Betts, December 12, 1673. Yonkers Plantation, "Jurisdiction of New Orange so called." (New York). Leaves to wife Alice, "house, barn and home lot, and meadows that are lying by my house lot," also one third of my lot in the Planting Field, during her life. Also leaves her household goods. Leaves to son Samuel Betts, after his wife's decease, the said house, Home lot and meadows, and one third of all lands in Onckers Plantation. Also a Home lot next to the lot of Goodman Neuman, in the Town of Westchester. Also six acres of meadows next to Samuel Barrets, in the west meadow of Westchester. Leaves to son Hopestill Betts, one third of his lands in the Planting Field, and one third of the rest of his lands in Yonckers Plantation. Also eight acres of fresh meadows lying to the wet of Long Neck in Westchester" Leaves to son John Betts, one third of land in the Planting Field and one acre los of meadow in the west meadow of Westchester, next to Consider Woods, and six acres Ib bough of Cregier, next to Consider Woods, and the other six acres lot lying between the meadow of Edward Waltes and meadow of Joseph Hunt, of Westchester. And he is to live with his mother during her life, and manage her farm and stock. Also leaves to son John, 'my house and orchard and two home lots next to the orchard and eleven acres of upland by the west meadow and one and a quarter acres of salt meadow on the south of Quimby's neck, all of which lie in the bounds of Westchester. Leaves to daughter Mehitabel Tippets 20 shillings. To John Barret, son of Samuel Barrett, twenty acres of upland, eastward upon the hills by Eastchester path in the Yonckers Plantation and one acre in he west meadows, "my meadow at Yonckers which has been wrongfully taken from me," if recovered is left to my three sons. Witnesses. Francis French, John Barrett. Wife, Alice Betts is confirmed as executrix January 2, 1675. "Abstracts of Wills", Vol. I, p 33-34, published by The New York Historical Society.

William Betts married Alice Ensygn. They had sons, Samuel, Hopestill and John. Their daughter Mehitable, married George Tippett, father of Methitable Tippett who married as her second husband, John Conklin.  
William Betts
 
27 Isabel Bishop's father, Joshua Bishop left a will dated August 23, 1775; probated July 28, 1783, Manor of Philipsburgh, Westchester County, New York, in which he named his wife, Mary; grandson, Ezekiel Bishop; his wife's grandson, Evert Braun; grandson, Samuel Lawrence, son of his daughter, Isabel Bishop by her first marriage. Grandchildren named were Margaret, James, Elijah, Nathaniel, Thomas, Elizabeth and Matthias Valentine, children of his daughter, Isabel Valentine, deceased wife of Thomas Valentine. ". . . to grandson, Samuel Lawrence, son of his daughter, Isabel by her first marriage, with the consent of my landlord, Col. Philipse, to have and enjoy the farm I now live on . . . also a piece of salt meadow which I hold under Col. Philipse, lying at Tappan. . . " Executors were Thomas Volentine, son-in-law, and grandson, Samuel Lawrence. Witnesses were Cornelius McCarty, Henry Taylor and Henry Preshe.
 
Isabel Bishop
 
28 Joel Bishop, at age 17, and 6'2" tall, entered military service on February 17, 1777; served in the battle of Danbury, Conn. April 28, 1777, and the battle at Eastchester, New York on January 18, 1780, Captain Samuel Backus's Company, 6th Connecticut Line. Joel was taken prisoner and confined with Ethan Allen in New York City in the Old Stone Prison for 18 months and 16 days. Joel survived on a diet of leather scraps and old shoe

On August 24, 1784 Joel married Phebe Avery, born August 4, 1768; died November 17, 1841, daughter of Richard Avery.

Joel Bishop and his wife moved to Charleston, Montgomery County, New York in 1793 that became Wayne County, and then to Clarksfield, Ohio on April 17, 1837. In 1863 Joel's grandson, Chauncy Bishop was living in the family home. "Military History of Wayne County, New York," published 1863. "Record of the Descendants of John Bishop, The Bishop Genealogy", William Whitney Cane and George Allen Root, published by John Guy Bishop, Nyack, New York.

"In 1837 Joel Bishop, born October 2, 1759, Connecticut, son of Reuben Biship and Ann Wright, grandfather of Chauncey Bishop, moved to Havanna, Huron County, Ohio and died there April 17, 1838. Joel had four sons and five dathers. The mother of Honorable Jackson Valentine was one of his (Joel's) daughtes." 
Joel Bishop
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
31 Witness to the wedding was William Valentine of Ramapo. (John of Campgaw, Rechel of Ramapo.) Budke Collection BC-64. John C. Blauvelt
 
32 Baptized March 11, 1678. Daughter of Matthys Jansen Boeckhout, son of Jan who immigrated in 1662 on "De Pumerlander Keocke" to New Amsterdam. Engeltje (Angelica) Boeckhout
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
34 Also known as Matys Janszen Boeckhout, alias Janszen.

Marriage banns published May 15, 9, 1675. Married June 9, 1675. "Mattys Janszen, j. m. van Leyden en Lysbeth Elswaerts, j. d. van N. Yorck, beyde womende alheir."

"Mattys Beockhours, j. wedr. v. Lysbeth Elswaert." m October 25, 1696. Mathys Boeckhout, widower of Lysbeth Elswaert, married Magdelena, both living here, New York, October 25, 1698.

n 1697 Matthys moved to Phillipsburgh Manor, New York on the lower part of the Pocantico River where he was a tenant farmer. He was a member of the Phillipsburgh Church. 
Matthys Jansz Boeckhout
 
35 Baptized October 8, 1662. Tryntje (Katharine) Boelen
 
36 Certificate and Record of Death, City of New York, Department of Health, #1803. Mary Bossuet Valentine, female, white, widowed, age 87 years 28 days, born United States. Father's Name": Louis Bossuet, born Belgium. Mother's Name: Mary Wood, born U. S. I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from 1898 to January 14, 1913, that I last saw her alive on fhe 14th day of Janury 1913, that she died on the 14th day of January, about 2 o' clock PM, and that to the best of my knowledge and belief, the cause of her death was as follows: Grippe - Senile Dementia. Witnessed my hand this 14 day of January 1913. Signature, Wayne B. Houg, M. D. Residence: 126 W. 81st St. Place of Burial: Woodlawn Cemetery. Date of Burial: January 17, 193. Undertaker: Geo. A. Wright: Place of Business: 238, West 73 St.

Received from Elizabeth Brady, descendant. 
Mary Bossuet
 
37 Mary divorced her first husband, William Tibbett. Her second husband, Samuel Davis, deserted and presumed dead. Mary married Cornelius Valentine, then a few years later, Samuel Davis returned. Mary had to divorce Cornelius, divorce Samuel, then remarry Cornelius Valentine.

Deposition of Mary E. Valentine, May 5, 1899, before M. J. Maloney, regarding her request for widow's pension in the case of her deceased husband, Cornelius Valentine. "I am 56, living at 368 Sussex Street, Paterson, New Jersey. Cornelius served in Company I, 70th NY Volunteers, and Co. H., 86th NY Volunteer Marine Corp. during the Mexican War. I became acquainted with him in 1876 or 1877 in Allegheny City, PA. I was working out in service in Allegheny City and his wife at the time was Alice Hardman, also living in Allegheny City, and he also being employed in the locomotive works, can't recall the name of the company. His wife died in February the year I can't recall. He returned to Paterson, New Jersey in the Spring of 1880, and before he left we were engaged. In summer of 1880 I came east and we were married November 1880, Jersey City, New Jersey by Rev. W. Tunsore, and I lived with him from that date until he died and was never divorced from him. "He died in the Marine hospital, Brooklyn, New York and was employed at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, from apoplexy. I have not married since he died. He was (?) at work while employed in the blacksmith shop. He died February 17, 1898. My maiden name was Branson. I was married twice previous to my marriage to Valentine."

"My first husband was William H. Tibbett. I was divorced from him 1872 at the Court of District of Columbia and I sent a copy of my divorce papers to Washington. Then I married Samuel Davis in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania July 18, 1872, lived with him two years, not steady. He deserted me and afterwards I saw a newspaper account that he died and I supposed he was dead and had no knowledge of him until 1893. I received a letter from him demanding I should send on his discharge papers. I can't recall now what company and regiment or service he was in. I was astonished to know he was still alive and at once consulted a lawyer who told me I would have to get a divorce and one was applied for and granted May 1896, and in (?) 1896 I was married over again to Mr. Valentine by a J. P. I wish to say that after Davis left me I learned he had a wife and children when he married me and that they are in Allegheny. I don't know his address."

"Mr. Valentine was married three times before he married me. His first wife was Mary E. Gardner. He was divorced in March 1866, then he married Catharine Montey who died in December 15 or 16 1867, then he married Alice Hardman who died February 1878, Allegheny City, PA. I gave these dates from papers that and other records I have in my possession and sent (?) evidence of the dates and facts of said events to Washington to be filed in my claim."

My knowledge of my husband Valentine having served in the Mexican War is based on information he gave me. He told me that when a small boy he was out of work and sent to see his mother who was in service and asked her for permission to enlist and she refused, and on the streets of New York he met a Sargeant who asked him if he wanted to enlist and he said he did and he took him to the Brooklyn Navy Yard and he enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1847. He told me that when he enlisted he did not know his age and he had been put away in a home when young and he said when the doctor examined him he laughed and said 'you are not 21 years.'. My husband never knew his correct age. He was born at a place called Split Rock, Morris County, New Jersey and at that time a boy working around on laboring work.

1900. Paterson, Acquachonock Township, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey Federal Census. Mary E. Valentine, (widow of Cornelius Valentine), age 50, born 1850 Washington, D. C., living alone.


 
Mary E. Branson
 
38 Baptized September 10, 1671, New York. Antje Breyant
 
39 One Jan Bocholte (Boeckholt), wife and five children, ages 13, 9, 8, 4, and 1 year old sailed October 12, 1662 in De Purmerlander Kerch (The Pumerland Church), Captain Benjamin Barentz.

Baptized August 14, 1687. Witnessed by Arent Schuyler. Maria Teller stood for his wife, Susanna.
Records of the Church of Jesus Christ (Reformed Dutch), New Albany, New York.  
Anthony Brockholst, Jr.
 
40 No issue. Henry Brockholst
 
41 Anthony Brockholst was a Lieutenant Governor of New York, with Governor Edmond Andross. In 1681 he received a special Commission as Commander in Chief, and as such was Governor of the Province until 1683, until Governor Thomas Dongan arrived. Governor Brockholst owned a very large tract of land at Pompton, New Jersey, his main residence. When in New York he owned a house on the south side of Bridge Street, east of Broadway. Unfortunately, most of his children died in childhood.

Will of Anthony Brockholst, dated June 15, 1710, proved August 29, 1723, Pompton, Bergen County, Province of East New Jersey. I commit my body to the earth to be buried in such decent manner, and form as my executors shall think fit. All debts to be paid. I leave to my dear and loving wife Susannah, during her life or widowhood, all my estate, both real and personal, whatsoever or wheresoever, in New York or New Jersey or elsewhere without being bound to anyone, to give any account or to make an inventory, For her support and the support of my children, who are to be supported till of full age. After hr death all my estate is to be appraised by persons chosen by my children, and an inventory to be duly recorded. I leave to my son Henry Brockholst, 50 pounds as being my first birn son. All the rest to all my children, Mary, Henry, Judith, Susanna and Jannttie, (Johanna) or such as shall then be living. I make my wife executor. Witnessed by Nicholas Bayard, Abraham Post and William Cutler. "Abstracts of Unrecorded Wills to 1790," Vol. XL, published by The New York Historical Society, 1902. 
Major Anthony Brockholst
 
42 Baptized December 1, 1723. Sponsors, Jurrie Bouwer and Elizabeth ? his wife, at Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Femmetje Brouwer
 
43 Nicholas Brower, yeoman, left a will dated September 17, 1777, proved November 15, 1777. He named his wife Sarah, sons Nicholas, David, William, Jermiah, Jacob, daughters Jane, wife of William Conklin, Mary, Sarah, Lene and Catherine, one unborn child. Land in "Poughkeepsing Precinct," on Wappin's Creek, on N. side of Mohawk R., 9 miles above Schnectady, lots in Albany, personal estate. Executors, wife, son Nicholas and Henry I. Bogert. Witnessed by John David, George Enax, John Roorbach. "Calendar of Wills," Berthold Fernow, 1967. Nicholas Brouwer
 
44 Baptized March 29, 1696. Adam Brower
 
45 Baptized November 15, 1694. Anna Elizabeth Brower
 
46 Baptized December 8, 1689. Everadus Brower
 
47 Baptized November 30, 1684. Jacob Brower
 
48 Jacobus was not 21 years of age in 1675, when he paid a poll tax. In September 1676 he was living with his father, Adam Brouwere, and paid a poll tax, making him of age.

1698 Brooklyn Census, 1 man, 1 woman, 6 children. Living next door to his father Adam Brouwer.

Source: "Anneke Jans (1607/8-1663 and Her Two Husbands." Published in the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 56. 
Jacob (Jacobus Adams) Brower
 
49 Baptized May 8, 1687. William Brower
 
50 Source: "Marriages and Deaths in the New York Herald 1835-1855", James P. Maher.

1870 Federal Census, New York, 13th District, 9th Ward, New York: Aaron Brown, age 42, born New Jrsey, Julia Brown, wife, age 38, born New York, Eliza Brown, daughter, age 16, Elma Brown, age 13, daughter, Minnie Brown, daughter, age 11, Addie Brown, age 9, daughter, Valentine Born, age 3 months, son, all born New York.

1880 Federal Census, New Jersey City, New Jersey: Aaron J. Brown, age 54, born New Jersey, Emma Brown, wife, age 45, born New York, daughters, Linda, age 24, Elma, age 22, Abbie, age 18, and son Valentine, age 10, all born New York.  
Aaron Jones Brown
 

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