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1700's Mahab Carpenter-William Stanton Genealogy
1700's Mahab Carpenter-William Stanton Genealogy
Timothy Carpenter Descendants         Page 120
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18-2 MAHAB            CARPENTER TIMOTHY (1) / ELIZABETH ANDERSON
b. ca. 1758, probably in Dutchess Co., N.Y.
m. WILLIAM STANTON
STANTON Issue: Probably born in Rensselaer Co., N.Y. [Brian: probably not]
  84. WILLIAM b. ca. 1782
  85. BENJAMIN b. ca. 1784
  86. CARPENTER b. ca. 1786
  87. STANTON b. ca. 1788
MAHAB was devised 5 shillings in accordance with her father’s will, dated 12-4-1787 and probated 2-15-1806. NO mention of this WILLIAM STANTON is found in the STANTON Genealogy; family tradition records his son BENJAMIN probably was the grandfather of EDWIN STANTON, President LINCOLN’S Secretary of War. Research on the STANTON genealogy does not substantiate this family folklore. [Brian: agreed]
References: 2—3-10.
Source: Ancestry.com. The descendants of Timothy Carpenter of Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., New York [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: Carpenter, Charles Lorain,. The descendants of Timothy Carpenter of Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., New York. Machias, Me.: News-Journal, 1976 
 
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1700's Robert Lockwood Genealogy
1700's Robert Lockwood Genealogy
312 DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT LOCKWOOD,
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790. Robert Lockwood (Robert,1 Jonathan,2 Still John,3 Caleb,4 Isaac5), born at Marlborough, Ulster County, New York, died May 8th, 1853, in Brooklyn, New York; son of Isaac and Susannah (Wygant) Lockwood; m., December 15th, 1792, at Newburgh, New York, Miriam Gardner, born at Newburgh, Orange County, N. Y., died there November 7th, 1846, daughter of Samuel and Abigail (Weed) Gardner.
CHILDREN VII. GENERATION.
1521. Mary Lockwood, born June 22d 1794, m. Samuel Quimby.
1522. John W. Lockwood born May 20th, 1797, m. Rachel Gardner.
1523. Isaac Lockwood, born April 15, 1799 m. Abigail Weed.
1524. Eliza Lockwood, born April 19th, 1801, m. Stephen Halsted.
1525. Susannah Lockwood, born October 13th, 1803, m. Silas G. Weed.
1526. Sarah Lockwood, born November 12th, 1806, m. David B. Gardner.
1527. Catharine Lockwood, born December 19th, 1808, m. Parsons Inglee.
1528. Fanny Lockwood, born February 2d, 1811, m. William J. Pell.
1529. Robert G. Lockwood, born January 13th, 1812, m. Lucretia Wing.
1530. Miriam Lockwood, born December 18th, 1814, unm.
1531. Almira Lockwood, born January 18th, 1817, m. Jacob Westlake.
All born at Newburgh, New York.
Source: Descendants of Robert Lockwood: Colonial and Revolutionary history of the Lockwood family in America, from A.D. 1630 (Google eBook) James Lockwood, Printed privately by the family, 1889, Page 312 
 
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1700's Timothy Carpenter-Elizabeth Anderson Genealogy
1700's Timothy Carpenter-Elizabeth Anderson Genealogy
Timothy Carpenter Descendants            Page 2
Daughter ELIZABETH married a ROBERT BLOOMER of Rye and had issue of six sons and two daughters. ROBERT BLOOMER’S will was executed September 29, 1776 and probated December 23, 1783. Therefore, the ELIZABETH who married our TIMOTHY was not the daughter of ISAAC and PRUDENCE ANDERSON, but most likely their granddaughter, the daughter of ISAAC, JR.

1-1 TIMOTHY CARPENTER
   b. ca. 1715 (prob.) in Westchester Co., N.Y.
   d. ca. 1787 in Pittstown Twp., Rensselaer Co., N.Y.
   m. ELIZABETH ANDERSON of Rye., N.Y., ca. 1738-39 b. Nov. 25, 1719 at Rye, N.Y.; d. in 1802

Issue: (12), all probably born in Dutchess Co., N.Y.
   10. ISAAC 1st, b. 1742; d. 1744
   11. ISAAC 2nd, b. 1744
   12. JAMES, b. 3—17—1746
   13. SILAS, b. ca. 1748
   14. unnamed, probably died at birth
   15. PHEBE, b. 5—15—1752
   16. unnamed, probably died at birth
   17. JOSIAH, b. 4—20—1756
   18. MAHAB, b. ca. 1758
   19. JEREMIAH, b. 8—28—1760
   20. unnamed, probably died at birth
   21. HANNAH DeLONG, b. 10—10—1763

TIMOTHY and ELIZABETH removed from the Portchester/Rye area ca. 1741 to the Little Nine Partners Tract, Dutchess Co., N.Y. The children were able to enjoy the school advantages for which that area was noted. TIMOTHY and family removed farther north into Albany County (now Rensselaer County) probably to escape harassment by the British. In 1774, he rented Lot #166 in the SHEPHARD Patent at Pittstown. The following year, 1775, he purchased same from ABRAHAM J. LANSINGH of Stone Arabia, Albany Co., N.Y. The lot consisted of 256½ acres with buildings thereon. Deed of record is on file in the County Courthouse at Albany in Book #10, page 122. Pittstown became part of Rensselaer County in 1792 when that County was formed from parts of Albany and Washington Counties.

ELIZABETH was a granddaughter of ISAAC and PRUDENCE (WOODWARD) ANDERSON of Rye, N.Y., and most likely the daughter of ISAAC, JR. Some old records give her birth as 1714, but later data contained in the Addenda (p. 347) of reference 10 gives 1718 and that she died in 1802. Subsequently, STEPHEN 
 
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1783 John Wilson-Agnes Hamilton marriage in East Kilbride Scotland
1783 John Wilson-Agnes Hamilton marriage in East Kilbride Scotland
12 January 1783
John Wilson and Agnes Hamilton both in this parish proclaimed
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Marriage Proclaimations, Entry #7, 643/0020 0228, Original image 
 
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1787 Andrew & Robert Wilson births in Ardochrigg Scotland
1787 Andrew & Robert Wilson births in Ardochrigg Scotland
Andrew & Robert Sons to John Wilson in Ardochrigg
Born 12 Aug 1787
Baptised 21 Aug 1787
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #20, 643/0020 0110, Original image 
 
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1789 Marion Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
1789 Marion Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
Marion Daughter to John Wilson in Airdoch Rigg
Born 10 May 1789
Baptised 24 May 1789
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #21, 643/0020 0114, Original image 
 
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1790 Census in Haverstraw NY
1790 Census in Haverstraw NY
 
 
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1790 Census in Newburgh NY
1790 Census in Newburgh NY
Ln Given Name Surname
1 Moses Bears
2 Levi Dodge
3 George Spieren
4 Elnathan Foster
5 James Smith
6 Benjamin Smith
7 Martin Wygant
8 Robert Morrison
9 John Dodge
10 Moses Lyon
11 Richard Langdon
12 Mary Birdsall
13 Benjamin Burling
14 Neil McCarter
15 Eleanor Donolly
16 Richard Hudson
17 Edward Taylor
18 Robert Caskaddin
19 William Henry
20 Martin Wygant
21 Mordecai Wheeler
22 William Malony
23 Joseph Pettingle
24 Stephen Caleph
25 Jacob Knowlton
26 Joseph Hallet
27 Samuel Gidney
28 Josiah Williams
29 Daniel Gidney
30 William Buckingham
31 William Collard
32 Anne McReady
33 Eleazer Gidney
34 Francis Lee
35 Nathan Bullard
36 Christopher Van Dusen
37 Amasa Sprague
38 George Waller
39 Benedict Carpenter
40 Jeremiah Kniffin
41 George Stanton 
 
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1790 Census in Newburgh NY
1790 Census in Newburgh NY
Given Name Surname
William Stanton
Samuel Perkins
Joshua Burrall
John Crow
Joseph Bond
Ichabod Tomkins
James Harris
Silas Gardiner
Samuel Weed
Samuel Bond
David Gardiner
Thomas Hallock
John Simpson
Robert Poole
Jonathan Noyes
Benjamin Knapp
Samuel Hallock
Gilbert Edwards
William Belknap
William Russell
Richard Ward
Christopher Krans
Samuel Griggs
Jedediah Raymond
Robert Ross
David Reynolds
William Preslow
Alexander Lane
William Penny
Jonas Schoonhoven
Mary Roach
William Silkworth
James Wooden
William Conklin
Bethiah Hendricks
William Masters
James Waring
James Waring
James Ennis
James Owens
Timothy Wood
Daniel Aldridge
Abigail Stevens 
 
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1791 Marrion Wilson birth in Ardoch rigg Scotland
1791 Marrion Wilson birth in Ardoch rigg Scotland
Marrion daughter to John Wilson in Ardoch rigg
Born 22 Jan 1791
Baptised 1 Feb 1791
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #19, 643/0020 0118, Original image 
 
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1793 John Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
1793 John Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
John to John Wilson in Airdoch Rigg
Born 12[13?] Oct 1793
Baptised 24 Oct 1793
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #18, 643/0020 0123, Original image 
 
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1793 Lachlan Grant birth/christening in Kintachar Scotland
1793 Lachlan Grant birth/christening in Kintachar Scotland
Lachlan son to John Grant & Barbara Watson in Kintachar was born on the 1st & bap: the 5 of Jany 1793
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, Alvie Parish, Register of Baptisms 1792-1793, Page 24, Entry #5 
 
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1796 Robert Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
1796 Robert Wilson birth in Airdoch Rigg Scotland
Robert to John Wilson in Airdoch Rigg
Born 1 Oct 1796
Baptised 4 Oct 1796
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #22, 643/0020 0127, Original image 
 
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1797 Thomas Burns-Elisabeth Paton marriage in Hamilton Scotland
1797 Thomas Burns-Elisabeth Paton marriage in Hamilton Scotland
12 Feb 1797
Thomas Burns and Elisabeth Paton both in this parish for 2 days 12 & 19 Febuary
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, Hamilton Parish, Proclamation 1797, Entry #9, 647/0030 0425 
 
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1799 James Wilson birth in Ardoch Rigg Scotland
1799 James Wilson birth in Ardoch Rigg Scotland
James to John Wilson in Ardoch Rigg
Born 25 Jun 1799
Baptised 30 Jun 1799
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, East Kilbride Parish, Entry #9, 643/0020 0131, Original image 
 
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1800 Census in Haverstraw NY
1800 Census in Haverstraw NY
 
 
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1800 Census in Newburgh NY
1800 Census in Newburgh NY
Line Fam Name Household
1 11050 Nathaniel Fosdick 2/-/-/1/- 2/-/-/1/- -/-
2 11051 George Stanton 2/1/1/1/1 2/1/-/1/1 -/-
3 11052 William Stanton 1/1/2/-/- -/1/-/-/1 -/-
4 11053 Isaac Derby
5 11054 Benjamin Derby
6 11055 William De Mott
7 11056 Benjamin Stanton -/-/-/1/- 1/-/1/-/- -/-
8 11057 George Waller
9 11058 Nathan Bullard
10 11059 William Hay
11 11060 Samuel Hay
12 11061 Samuel Belknap -/-/3/1/1 -/-/1/1/- -/1
13 11062 Nathaniel Bundage
14 11063 John Wood
15 11064 Robert McCutchen
16 11065 Archibald Elliott
17 11066 George Du Val
18 11067 Eleazer Gidney
19 11068 Roger Jones
20 11069 Francis Lee
21 11070 Cornelius Turner
22 11071 Alexander Murray
23 11072 Thomas Kelso
24 11073 Isaac Belknap
25 11074 William Hallitt
26 11075 Joseph Turner
27 11076 Joseph Pettingal
28 11077 Thomas Carscadden
29 11078 Roger Barton
30 11079 Jarvis Dusenbury
31 11080 Benjamin Lyon
32 11081 John Carscaddin
33 11082 Benjamin Case
34 11083 Samuel Westlake 1/1/1/1/- 1/1/1/1/- -/-
35 11084 John Dickinson
36 11085 Jonathan Miller
37 11086 Nicholas Wilson
38 11087 John Van Banst 
 
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1800 Census in Newburgh NY
1800 Census in Newburgh NY
Fam Name
Robert Lockwood
Charles Denniston
Robert Waugh
George Ingles
11015 Robert Beattie
Francis Beattie
Andrew Taylor
Elizabeth Fowler
James Corwin
11020 David Belknap
John Soreeder
Charles N Tucker
David Gardiner
Johabod Tompkins
11025 John Marony
Samuel Gardiner
Silas Howell
Enoch Coddington
Ezekiel Davis
11030 Richard Robinson
Justus Baker
Grant Bower
John Blair
Jonathan Belknap
11035 Cornelius Wood
Joseph Storm
William Patton
Daniel McLeod
Chauncy Belknap
11040 Samuel Boll
Joseph Belknap
Jacob Westlake
Jacob Gidney
James Alexander
11045 Robert Harris
John Abrams
Samuel Weed
Sands Belknap
Samuel Gardiner 
 
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1800s Philena Stanton/Gidney Wood/Jonathan Belnap
1800s Philena Stanton/Gidney Wood/Jonathan Belnap
HISTORICAL PAPERS.
broken up and the younger daughters went to Oswego to live with the married sister. John Wood acquired the title of captain from being a captain of several lake vessels plying between Kingston, Ontario and northern points.
  Gidney Wood lived near Willow Hollow. He married Philena Stanton, born in 1778, died Feby. 16th, 1850. Their only child was Capt. Isaac Wood, who was married to Harriet Cropsey by Rev. James Christy, Oct. 10, 1821, at Little Britain, Orange county, N.Y., in presence of Henry Cropsey and Esther Gillespie. He resided on a farm of 196 acres north of the turnpike. He died in Michigan. His widow married Jonathan Belknap, jr., who was born June 13, 1759, and died Oct. 29, 1814.
  Jonathan Belknap, jr., and Philena Wood Belknap are buried in the Belknap burying ground on Silver Stream avenue, near the Newburgh and Cochecton turnpike. In the southwest corner of the same ground are the unmarked graves of Capt. Isaac Wood, Harriett Cropsey Wood and Julia Cropsey.
  Capt. Isaac Wood lived on the hill north of the Seaman place on the turnpike. He was a captain in service in the war of 1812-15, and a member of the Legislature from the 1st District of Orange county in 1856, and altogether a substantial citizen. His children were. 1st, Colonel Isaac, jr., born Dec. 4, 1823, died Jan. 13, 1885, married by Rev. John Johnson, Dec. 8, 1847, to Sarah Maria Gerard, daughter of Nathaniel Gerard, born April 25, 1826; 2d, Mary, married George Alexander Denniston, son of Col. James Denniston and Mary Patton of New Windsor, who died at Goshen, N. Y., June 21., 1891, in his 67th year; 3d, George, married Adelaide Sears; 4th, Frederick, married Mary Gregory.
  Isaac Wood, jr., was Assistant Chief Engineer of the Newburgh Fire Department in 1851, and was elected Chief Engineer May 1st, 1852. He was First Lieutenant and Captain in the Washington Continental Guard, (Co. D), organized Nov. 22, 1855, and prior to the civil war conducted a dry goods business on the northeast corner of Third and Water Streets. In 1862 he was commissioned Colonel and authorized to raise the 166th New York Regiment for three months’ service. He succeeded in enlisting 272 men who were consolidated with the 176th N. Y. and mustered into the service in New York city Nov. 20, 1862.
  The children of Col. Isaac Wood, jr., and Sarah Maria Gerard were: 1, Franklin Gerard, born Jan. 8, 1849, married, Oct. 21, 1872, S. Ada Gitchell, daughter of D. W. Gitchell; 2, Isaac Cropsey, born May 19, 1851, died Nov. 15, 1854; 3, Wessells Gerard, born Feb. 20, 1853, killed in a railroad accident at Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 24, 1877; 4, William H., born Nov. 27, 1854, never married; 5.
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Source: Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands., Issues 7-10, Page 40, 1900 - Orange County (N.Y.) 
 
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1808 David Vance Murder of Benjamin Staunton
1808 David Vance Murder of Benjamin Staunton
[Page] 224 TOWN OF NEWBURGH
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1808, May 25. On Saturday Inst the body of Mr. Benjamin Staunton, noted to have been drowned in a previous paper, was found in the Hudson River about one mile above the village. A coroner’s jury was immediately called and on examining the body, it appeared evident, that the deceased had come to his end by violence. On examination of the testimony it appeared that the deceased and David Vance had been fishing in company the preceding night and no other person with them. The coroner’s jury, after sitting two days unanimously pronounced that Staunton was murdered by Vance, who was committed. Index.
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Source: An Outline History of Orange County, Samuel Watkins Eager, S.T. Callahan, 1847 
 
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1810 Census in Haverstraw
1810 Census in Haverstraw
 
 
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1810 Census in Newburgh NY
1810 Census in Newburgh NY
Given Name Surname
1 William Stanton
2 Silas Gardner
3 Samuel Bond
4 Samuel Bond
5 Nathaniel Fosdick
6 Joseph Bond
7 Samuel Weed
8 Willis Linch
9 Amos Brock
10 Thomas Rodman
11 Mary Palmer
12 Joseph Hallock
13 Patrick McCarther
14 James Sill
15 Isaac Willson
16 Daniel Cronkhite
17 David Belknap
18 Thomas Hack
19 Asa Gardner
20 William Winterton
21 Samuel Gardner
22 Thomas Kent
23 John; Nath Sayler
24 John; Nathaniel Tayler
25 John Edward
26 Samuel Gardner
27 George; Rich Stanton
28 Richard Stanton
29 Uriah Stanton
30 Jonathan Hamilton
31 William Wear
32 Daniel Birdsall
33 Benjamin Birdsall
34 Solomon Thom

1 James Mullinex
2 Thomas Mullinex
3 Joseph Hartshone
4 Isaac Sutton
5 Thomas Picken
6 John Farrington
7 Elisha King
8 Samuel Underhill
9 Teunis Lender
10 Nicholas Stevens
11 Henry Jones
12 Daniel Jones
13 Jacob Thomas
14 John Tremper
15 Jacob Trumpore
16 William Trumpore
17 William Gailey
18 Uriah Brundage
19 James Quigley
20 Cornelius Decker
21 Henry Decker
22 Samuel Purdy
23 Adam Warren
24 Samuel Powell
25 Peter Maybe
26 Peleg Lovelace
27 Leif Carpenter
28 John Clark
29 John Bloomer
30 William Bloomer
31 Daniel P Smith 
 
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1810 Census in Newburgh NY
1810 Census in Newburgh NY
Line Name
1 Chancey Belknap
2 William Seeds
3 Nehemiah Pardy
4 Abraham Tuthill
5 Richard Dennis
6 Patrick McArthur
7 Eli Roe
8 Gabriel Merritt
9 Sands Belknap
10 William Kemp
11 John Wood
12 Samuel Westlake
13 George Westlake
14 Solomon Brundage
15 Eleaser Gidney
16 Gideon Sands
17 George Briggs
18 Susannah Smith
19 William Johnston
20 Richard Williams
21 Nathan Butland
22 Chancey Graham
23 Justus Weeks
24 John Leck
25 Hannah Luddington
26 Isaac Gelston
27 Silverias Westlake
28 John Pope
29 Daniel Blancett

1 Charles Cock
2 Henry Cock
3 Daniel Belknap
4 Samuel Longfellow
5 Daniel Gidney
6 John Homan
7 John Maloney
8 James Blaker
9 Gershom Northrib
10 Isaac Crissey
11 Thomas Belknap
12 Jacob Westlake
13 Daniel Woolsey
14 Lanah Roosa
15 James Alexander
16 John Duke
17 James McCullough
18 Benjamin Smith
19 William Robison
20 Joseph Smith
21 Daniel Manny
22 Davis Gassner
23 Nathaniel Edwards
24 George Shay
25 Widdow Hallet
26 Benjamin Darby
27 Silas Gardner
28 James Tines
29 Samuel Gardner
30 Smith Tiner 
 
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1810 Census in Newburgh NY
1810 Census in Newburgh NY
Line Name
1 David Perry
2 Justas Rogers
3 Samuel Owen
4 Archibald Graham
5 William Buchannon
6 John Milburn
7 Francis Lee
8 Thomas Aldridge
9 Peter Dusenberry
10 George Hallet
11 William Willson
12 James Waring
13 William Willson
14 William Hallet
15 Elisabeth Raymond
16 Jane W Cormick
17 Thomas Lenton
18 Benjamin Ermes
19 Sarah Gennis
20 Joseph Turner
21 David Wyat
22 Joshua Wyat
23 Richard Ward
24 Richard Ward
25 Samuel Greggs
26 Robert Morgan
27 John Hatslear
28 John Smith
29 John Greggs
30 Stephen Raymond
31 John Service
32 Lemuel Edwards
33 Isaac Halstead
34 James Tom
35 William Ennis
36 John S Griggs
37 Richard O Bryan
38 John McMin
39 Caleb Simmons
40 Erckiel Brock
41 David H Goldsmith
42 Abraham Cole & Daniel Greeg
43 Daniel Gregg
44 David Ward
45 Timothy Wood
46 Abner Taylor
47 Josiah Brown
48 Alexander Ross
49 Hannah Ross
50 Jesse Gillis
51 David Runnels
52 Barnard McLeer
53 Daniel Aldridge
54 Mathew Cropsy
55 Hugh Lowry
56 Seth Terry
57 Henry Leshier
Source: Year: 1810; Census Place: Newburgh, Orange, New York; Roll: 29; Page: 314; Image: 0181383; Family History Library Film: 00175 
 
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1811 Benjamin Furman will
1811 Benjamin Furman will
 
 
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1816 William Stanton will abstract
1816 William Stanton will abstract
 
 
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1816 William Stanton will probated
1816 William Stanton will probated
deceased having whilst he lived and at the time of his death goods chattels or credits within this State by means whereof the Proving and Registering the said Will and the granting administration of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing and final discharging the account thereof doth belong unto us. The administration of all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his will is granted unto Carpenter Stanton Timothy Stanton and Benjamin Stanton the Executors in the said will named They being first duly sworn well and faithfully to administer the same and to make and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also to render a just and true account thereof when thereunto required. In Testimony whereof We have caused the seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed Witness Edward Ely Esq. Surrogate of the said County at Goshen the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] and of our Independence the Forty first --

Newburgh June 14th 1816 I William Stanton In the name of God Amen I consecrate my body after all my [h]onest debts are paid I commit my body to the earth deasont[?] buried being in sound mind and memory I do hereby dispose and bequeath unto my loving wife Maha Stanton all my whole and real estate for her support as long as she shall live then after her disece [decease] I give and bequeath to my sons William Stanton & Benjamin Stanton & Timothy Stanton & Carpenter Stanton my four sons all my whole and real estate to be equally divided between them all excepting two
hundred dollars that must be paid out of the estate to my son Timothy Stanton I give and and [sic] bequeath to William Stanton & Benjamin Stanton & Timothy Stanton & Carpenter Stanton & Susannah the wife of Daniel Totten all my moveable estate to be equally divided among the five I give and bequeath to my daughter Susannah the wife of Daniel Totten twenty pound in money as her part of the real estate I do hereby order and appoint Carpenter Stanton and Timothy Stanton and Benjamin Stanton my sons to be my lawfull executors to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date first above written

Thomas Smith
             his
Benjamin x Stanton                             William Stanton L.S.
             mark
Timothy Stanton

Orange County SS: Be it remembered that on the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] personally appeared before me Edward Ely Surrogate of the County of Orange Thomas Smith and being duly sworn he did declare and say that he did see William Stanton deceased sign and seal the paper writing then shewn unto him purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased of which the preceeding[sic] is a copy and heard him publish and declare the same as and for his Last will and Testament. That at the time thereof he the said deceased was of sound and disposing mind and memory to the best of his knowledge and belief
[continues on page 105]
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 104 
 
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1817 William Stanton will probated
1817 William Stanton will probated
The People of the State of New York by the Grace of God Free and independent to all To whom these presents shall come or may concern send greeting Know ye that ^ at Goshen in the County of Orange that ^ on the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen [4 Feb 1817] Before Edward Ely Esq. Surrogate of our said county the Last Will and Testament of William Stanton deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) was proved and is now approved and allowed of by us and the said
[continued on page 104]
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 103 
 
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1817 William Stanton will probated
1817 William Stanton will probated
and that he together with Timothy Stanton subscribed their names there to and Benjamin Stanton did make his mark thereto as witnesses in the Presence of the testator and in the Presence of each other--
The Preceeding is a true copy of the original will of William Stanton deceased of the Certificate of the Proof thereof and the Letters Testamentary thereon.
By Edward Ely Surrogate
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Volume F, Page 105 
 
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1820 Census in Goshen NY
1820 Census in Goshen NY
Line Name
1 David Watkins
2 Henry Gale
3 Edward Ely
4 John Howell
5 James A Cheive
6 Joseph W Mccollough
7 John Maroney
8 Richard L Wilks
9 Mary Hetfield
10 Obadiah Cunningham
11 James Horton
12 Stephen Jackson
13 Thomas Waters
14 Abigail Reeve
15 Jonas R Saxton
16 Anthony J Ross
17 Charity Shaw
18 Benjamin Lockyer

1 Festus A Webb
2 Otherial Horton
3 Patrick McGarrigin
4 Aaron Cortright
5 John McGarrigin
6 Gilbert Horton
7 Joseph Tmpson
8 Phebe Foster
9 Gilbert Gale
10 Abigail Smith
11 Albert Foster
12 Daniel Foster
13 James Garnet
14 Henry Smith
15 Abigail Gale
16 Joshua Goldsmith
17 William Goldsmith
18 Joshua Smith
Source: 1820 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Goshen, Page 749, NARA Roll: M33_64, Image: 332 
 
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1820 Census in Newburgh NY
1820 Census in Newburgh NY
Page 540
Line Name
1 Eleazar Gidney
2 Solomon Brundage
3 John Fitzpatrick
4 Catharine Riley
5 Samuel Williams
6 George Westlake
7 George Davey
8 Samuel Dorrance
9 Benjamin Mcvay
10 James Cole
11 David E Gardner
12 Jane Williams
13 Leonard Williams
14 Thomas Henderson
15 John C Graham
16 Carpenter Stanton
17 Richard Stanton
18 Timothy Stanton
Page 541
1 Benjamin Stanton
2 Susannah Totten
3 Silas Gardner Junior
4 John Edwards
5 Andrew Roe
6 William Stanton
7 Stephen Taylor
8 John Milburn
9 Jonathan Noyes
10 Samuel Weed
11 David Vance
12 Robert Masten
13 John Blair
14 David Bond
15 Joshua Masten
16 Samuel Wright
17 Timothy Wood
18 Jonathan Pine
Source: 1820 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Newburgh, Page 540-1 
 
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1822 James Wilson-Helen Burns marriage in Hamilton Scotland
1822 James Wilson-Helen Burns marriage in Hamilton Scotland
27 Oct 1822
James Wilson and Helen Burns, both in this parish for 2 days 27 October & 3 of November
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, Hamilton Parish, 1822 Proclamations, 647/0050 0404 
 
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1825 Lauchlan Grant-Margaret McPherson marriage in Kingussie and Insh Scotland
1825 Lauchlan Grant-Margaret McPherson marriage in Kingussie and Insh Scotland
22 Dec 1825
Lauchlan Grant Kintachar Parish of Alvie & Margaret McPherson village of Kingussie were married on the 22nd of Dec 1825
Source: Scotland Old Parish Records, Kingussie and Insh Parish, 1825 Marriages, 102/0030 0124, record #8 
 
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1827 Deed in Rockland County NY (page 1 of 2)
1827 Deed in Rockland County NY (page 1 of 2)
8 Oct 1827
Grantor: Rhodes & Sarah Furman
Grantee: John J Linkletter
$400 for all lands of grandfather Benjamin Furman dec'd, uncle Howard Furman dec'd and father Isaac Furman dec'd
Witnessed by Daniel B Secor and Isaac Furman
Source: Rockland County Clerk, Liber of Deeds, Book F, Page 176-7, Recorded 16 Jan 1828 
 
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1827 Deed in Rockland County NY (page 2 of 2)
1827 Deed in Rockland County NY (page 2 of 2)
8 Oct 1827
Grantor: Rhodes & Sarah Furman
Grantee: John J Linkletter
$400 for all lands of grandfather Benjamin Furman dec'd, uncle Howard Furman dec'd and father Isaac Furman dec'd
Witnessed by Daniel B Secor and Isaac Furman
Source: Rockland County Clerk, Liber of Deeds, Book F, Page 176-7, Recorded 16 Jan 1828 
 
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1827 George Stanton Will Probated
1827 George Stanton Will Probated
The People of the State of Newyork, by the Grace of God Free and Independent: To all to whom these presents shall come or may concern send Greeting. Know ye that at Goshen in the County of Orange on the thirty first day of October [31 Oct] instant before David H. Tuthill Surrogate of our said County of Orange, the last will and testament of George Stanton late of the town of NewBurgh in the said County or Orange deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) was proved and is not approved and allowed of by us and the said deceased having whilst he lived and at the time of his death goods chattels or credits within this State by means whereof the proving and registering the said will and the granting administration of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing and final discharging the account thereof doth belong to us; the administration of all and singular, the goods chattels & credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his will is granted unto Isaac Wood one of the Executors in the said will named he being, first duly sworn will and faithfully to administer the same and to make and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and also to render a just and true account when thereunto required. In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of Office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness Daniel H. Tuthill Esquire Surrogate of our said County of Orange the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827] and of our Independence the fifty second.       Daniel H. Tuthill
                   Surrogate.
      In the name of God Amen. I George Stanton of the Town of NewBurgh in the County of Orange and State of New York being weak in body but of sound mind and memory blessed God do make & publish this my last will and testament In manner and form following. And first I give and bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it me and for my body to the earth from whence it came hopeing[sic] through the death and suffering of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to have a joyful resurrection, and for such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bestow on me I dispose of the same in the following manner and first I order and direct that all my Real estate be equally divided between my daughter Philena Belknap my son Samuel Stanton and Catherine Stanton widow of Richard Stanton deceased
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Book H, Page 349 
 
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1827 George Stanton Will Probated
1827 George Stanton Will Probated
my son Samuel's third part to remain in the hands of my executors for his benefit and they the said executors dispose of it to Samuel as they may think fit and proper for his support and comfort and in case my son Samuel should die before my daughter Philena Belknap, his third part to go to Philena Belknap in case Catherine Stanton should marry again her third part to go to James Stanton son of Catherine Stanton. My personal property to be divided into three equal parts, between my son Samuel my daughter Philena and Isaac Wood and lastly i hereby nominate constitute and appoint my daughter Philena Belknap Executrix and Isaac Wood Executor to this my last will and testament revoking all other wills testaments and Executors by me before made. In witness whereof I have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal this fifth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six [5 Jul 1826]. Signed sealed published and declared by the said George Stanton for his last will in testament in presence of us and we in the presence of each other.
Geo. Hedges             George Stanton
Martha Belknap        G. Stanton             L.S.
Mary Robinson
Orange County SS: Be it remembered that on the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827], personally appeared before me David H. Tuthill Surrogate of the County of Orange George Hedges, who did see George Stanton deceased, sign and seal the written instrument, then shewn unto him (and of which the preceding is a true copy) purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, and did hear him publish and declare the same as and for his last will and testament, and that at the time of the execution thereof he the said deceased was of a sound disposing mind and memory to the best of his the deponents knowledge and beliefs, and that he the deponent together with Martha Belknap and Mary Robinson subscribed their names thereto as witnesses in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other
Orange County SS: Be it also remembered that on the thirty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven [31 Oct 1827] personall[sic] appeared before me the said Surrogate Isaac Wood one of the Executors
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Book H, Page 350 
 
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1827 George Stanton Will Probated
1827 George Stanton Will Probated
in the aforesaid will named and was duly sworn to the faithful performance and execution thereof by taking the usual oath in that case provided. The preceding is a true copy of the original will of George Stanton deceased, the certificate of the proof thereof & the certificate of the due qualification of one of the Executors therein named and the letters testamentary thereon.
                  Daniel H Tuthill Surrogate
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills, Book H, Page 351 
 
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1830 Census in Newburgh NY
1830 Census in Newburgh NY
Line Name
1 David Belknap
2 John Anderson
3 James Potts
4 Hosia Brown
5 Thomas Carman
6 Dinah Duborse
7 Smith Cannon
8 Jacob Westlar
9 Benjamin Westlake
10 Patrick M Carty
11 Benjamin Bellpey
12 Barbara Lamb
13 Samuel Weed
14 David Bond
15 Edward Dougherty
16 Charles Gedney
17 Jonathan B Ostrander
18 John Milburn
19 William Stanton
20 Samuel Milburn
21 James Stanton
22 Andrew Low
23 Leonard Williams
24 Benjamin Stanton
25 Timothy Stanton
26 Abraham Baker
27 Patrick McCaffery
Source: 1830 US Census; Census Place: Newburgh, Orange, New York; Page: 57; NARA Series: M19; Roll Number: 113; Family History Film: 0017173 
 
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1830 Census in Newburgh NY
1830 Census in Newburgh NY
 
 
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1830 Census in Newburgh NY
1830 Census in Newburgh NY
Line Name
1 Catherine Wood
2 Lemuel Martin
3 Benjamin Sherwood
4 William Thompson
5 John Turner
6 James Jackson
7 Barnard Corvin
8 David Vance
9 Joshua Martin
10 Rachel McHugh
11 John Colter? Collie?
12 Isaac Lockwood
13 David Tice
14 William C Collarston?
15 Samuel Quinby
16 Samuel Vance
17 Solomon Stanton
18 John McDowell
19 Agnes Duke
20 Samuel Jameson
21 Samuel Totten
22 William Anery? Avery?
23 John Rayner
24 Eliza Belknap
25 Samuel Blair
26 Elias D Bailey
27 Hansford Merrin? Mervin?
Source: 1830 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Newburgh, Page 69 
 
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1830 Census in Plattekill NY
1830 Census in Plattekill NY
Line Name
1 DannisOstrander
2 Jacob Wietbrock
3 Joseph Sparks
4 Lydia Hanson
5 Peter Clearwater
6 John Everett
7 John Swart
8 Henry Hornbeck
9 John Sparks
10 Thomas Rasch
11 William Thompson
12 Geo Kilpatrick
13 Peter Dougherty
14 Robert Dougherty
15 Samuel W Maroney
16 Geo W Terwilliger
17 Michael Shearman
18 Widow Purdy
19 Elizabeth R Terwilliger
20 Ebenezer Strickland
21 Joseph Ransom
22 Andrew Seymore
23 Charles Seymore
24 Aaron B Locker
25 Newman Reynolds
26 Ebenezer Strickland
Source: 1830 US Census; Census Place: Plattekill, Ulster, New York; Page: 260; NARA Series: M19; Roll Number: 106; Family History Film: 0017166 
 
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1831 Lewis Grant birth/christening in Kintachar Scotland
1831 Lewis Grant birth/christening in Kintachar Scotland
27 Mar 1831
Lewis son to Lachlan Grant in Kintachar and Margaret MacPherson his spouse was born 27th March & baptised 18th April 1831
Source: Scottish Old Parish Records, Alvie Parish, Register of Baptisms 1831, 090/B00 0020 0026 
 
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1833 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
1833 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
 
 
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1833 Isaac G Milburn-Sophia Shay marriage in Newburgh NY
1833 Isaac G Milburn-Sophia Shay marriage in Newburgh NY
 
 
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1833/35 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
1833/35 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
 
 
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1835 Isaac Staunton-Elmira Vance marriage
1835 Isaac Staunton-Elmira Vance marriage
[no date]
Isaac Staunton to Elmira Vance both of Newburgh Orange Co N Y
By F D Macfarlan
[NOTE: marriage listed above this was May 1835, after this was 19 Dec 1835] 
 
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1835 Marriages in Newburgh NY
1835 Marriages in Newburgh NY
 
 
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1836 Samuel Smith will probated
1836 Samuel Smith will probated
...
In the name of God, Amen. I, Samuel Smith, of the town of Monroe, in the County of Orange & State of New York, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life; and being of sound and perfect mind
Source: Orange County NY Surrogate Court, Liber of Wills Volume J Page 487 
 

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