John Maroney

Male Abt 1783 - Aft 1832


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  • Name  John Maroney 
    Born  Abt 1783  Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  Aft 1832 
    Person ID  I8377  Main
    Last Modified  30 Oct 2016 

    Family 1  Elizabeth Weed,   b. 25 Feb 1782, Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1820-1850 
    Married  Between 1798-1800 
    Notes 
    Married:
    • Elizabeth Weed married John Maroney
      Source: D.A.R. New York State, New Project Genealogical Data, S-2, 929qD23d, N.Y. State Library, Page 139a

      aft 1798 (John 16 years of age)
      bef 1800 (son Samuel W born)
    Children 
    >1. Samuel W Maroney,   b. Abt 1800, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1850-1865
    >2. Mary Anna Maroney,   b. Between 1800-1810, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    >3. Hester Maroney,   b. 13 Jan 1812, Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Feb 1877, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    >4. Hylinda Maroney,   b. 20 Nov 1817, Goshen, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jul 1898, Middletown, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location
    >5. Uriah Maroney,   b. Abt 1818, [probably] Newburgh, Orange County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jun 1858
     6. Mahila Maroney,   d. Aft 1833
    Last Modified  5 Jan 2014 
    Family ID  F2713  Group Sheet

    Family 2  Mary Fosdick,   b. 1790,   d. Aft 1860 
    Married  Between 1831-1850 
    Last Modified  19 Dec 2013 
    Family ID  F2745  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
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  • Documents

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    1800 Census in Newburgh NY
    1800 John Marony household in Newburgh NY
    Aug 1800
    John Marony household in Newburgh NY
    1 male 0-10 [born 1790-1800 son]
    1 male 16-26 [born 1774-84 John b abt 1783]
    1 female 16-26 [born 1774-84 wife Elizabeth b1782]
    [NOTE: father-in-law Samuel Weed is enumerated on line 11047]
    Source: Year: 1800; Census Place: Newburgh, Orange, New York; Roll: 21; Page: 277; Line: 11025; Image: 284; Family History Library Film: 193709
    1810 Census in Newburgh NY
    1810 John Maloney household in Newburgh NY
    Aug 1810
    John Maloney household in Newburgh NY
    3 males 0-10 [Born 1800-10 sons]
    1 male 26-44 [Born 1766-84 John b~1783]
    3 females 0-10 [Born 1800-10 daughters]
    1 female 26-44 [Born 1766-84 wife Elizabeth b1782]
    Source: Year: 1810; Census Place: Newburgh, Orange, New York; Roll: 29; Page: 305; Line: 7; Image: 0181383; Family History Library Film: 00170
    1820 Census in Goshen NY
    1820 John Maroney household in Goshen NY
    Aug 1820
    John Maroney household Goshen NY
    2 males 0-10 [Born 1810-20 Uriah b~1818, ?]
    2 males 10-16 [Born 1804-10 ?, ?]
    1 male 16-26 [born 1794-1804 Samuel W b~1800]
    1 male 26-45 [born 1775-94 John b~1783]
    2 females 0-10 [born 1810-20 Hester b1812, Hylinda b1817]
    2 females 10-16 [born 1804-10 Mariona b1800-10, ?]
    1 female 26-45 [born 1775-94 Elizabeth b1782]
    1 male slave under 14
    1 person engaged in agriculture
    Source: 1820 US Federal Census, NY/Orange/Goshen, Page 749, Line 7, NARA Roll: M33_64, Image: 332
    1833 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
    1833 Hester Milburn baptism in Newburgh NY
    30 Jun 1833
    daughter Hester Milburn baptized by James H Romers
    John Maroney, husband of Elizabeth
    Source: Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 645. Page 17, Line 18
    1833/35 Baptisms in Newburgh NY
    1833 Mahila Maroney baptism in Newburgh NY
    30 Jun 1833
    daughter Mahila Maroney baptized by James H Romers
    John Maroney, husband of Elizabeth
    Source: Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records; Reel: 645. Page 18, Line 6
    1898 Hylinda Wilkes death in Middletown NY
    1898 Hylinda Wilkes death in Middletown NY
    Death Certificate
    Hylinda Wilkes
    Age: 80 yrs., 7 months, 13 days
    Register Number: 4114
    Date of Death: July 3, 1898
    Occupation: -
    Birthplace: Goshen, NY
    Father: John Maroney
    Birthplace: Newburgh, NY
    Mom: Elizabeth Weed
    Birthplace: Newburgh, NY
    Place of Death: 288 North St. Middletown, NY
    Cause of Death: Abscesses of back (old age & gent. Debility)
    Time: February 5, 1898
    Cemetery: Hillside Cemetery
    Source: Middletown NY City Clerk, Deaths Register, 1898, No 4114, Genealogical Transcription

  • Notes 
    • father?
      William Malony
      1 male 16+,
      2 males 0-16
      1 female
      Source: 1790 Federal Census, New York/Ulster/Newburgh, Series M637, Roll 6, Page 237, Line 22, Family 233

      father?
      John Malony
      1 male 16+
      2 males 0-16
      1 female
      Source: 1790 Federal Census, New York/Ulster/Newburgh, Series M637, Roll 6, Page 239, Line 29, Family 324

      Newburgh Road Taxes
      1803
      District No 10
      John Marony 2

      Apl 12th 1809
      District No 4
      John Marony 2

      William Ross Supervisor in acct with
      the Town of Newburgh
      To John Marony note 10-

      Road Districts 1810
      p 45
      No 4
      John Marony 3

      1811
      The ballance of Poor Tax
      Dr Supervisor in acc
      To Do John Marony do 10 - -
      Source: Village and Town of Newburgh Records 1803-1838/8
      http://jafath.com/historicdocs/1803/newbrg8.htm


      By order of the hon. Nathan H. White first judge of the court of common pleas of the county of Orange -- Notice is hereby given to all the creditors of John Marony of the town of Newburgh, in the said county of Orange, an insolvent debtor, that they shew cause if any they have before said judge, at the house of John Moffat, in the town of Blooming Grove, on the 14th day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why an assignment of the said Insolvent's estate should not be made and be discharged pursuant to the acts of the legislature of the state of New York in such case made provided. Dated 28th of May, 1810. JOHN MARONY, Insolvent.
      Benjamin Gardner one of the petitioning creditors. 70-6
      Source: Goeshen NY Orange County Patriot 1809 (330).pdf

      BY order of the hon. Nathan H. White first judge of the court of common pleas of the county of Orange -? Notice is hereby given to all the creditors of John Marony of the town of Newburgh, in the said county of Orange, an insolvent debtor, that they shew cause if any they have, before the said judge, at the house of John Moffat, in the town of Blooming Grove, on the 14th day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why an assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not be made and be discharged pursuant to the act of the legislature of the state of New York in such case made and provided. Dated 28th of May, 1810 JOHN MARONY, Insolvent.
      Benjamin Gardner one of the petitioning creditors. 70 6
      Source: Goeshen NY Orange County Patriot 1809 (344).pdf

      Goeshen NY Orange County Patriot 1809 (348).pdf


      Home in 1840: Cornwall, Orange, New York
      John Maroney
      1 Male 10-14 [Born 1825-1830]
      1 Male 50-59 [Born 1780-1790]
      1 Female 50-59 [Born 1780-1790]
      1 Person Employed in Agriculture
      Source: Year: 1840; Census Place: Cornwall, Orange, New York; Roll: 322; Page: 125; Image: 254; Family History Library Film: 0017202

      I only had a newspaper clipping of John Maroney's death and it was March 30, 1849 in New Windsor, Orange, NY
      Source: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/MARONEY/2012-07/1342526400

      I have no info on this family except that John Maroney died in 1849. I only have a family record that shows that my aunt, Elizabeth Weed married a John Maroney
      Source: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/MARONEY/2012-07/1342482738

    • relatives?

      Home in 1850: Newburgh, Orange, New York
      Francis Marony
      Age: 54
      Birth Year: abt 1796
      Birthplace: Ireland
      Gender: Male
      Family Number: 938
      Name Age
      Patrick Hendeson 50
      Margaret Hendeson 37
      James Hendeson 6
      Larry Hendeson 4
      Edward Hendeson 0
      James Hendeson 48
      Ann Hendeson 70
      James Monell 24
      Mike McCarr 30
      Richard Burns 36
      Francis Marony 54
      Source: Year: 1850; Census Place: Newburgh, Orange, New York; Roll: M432_573; Page: 65A; Image: 136. Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.

      Maroney John J died 1/13/1914
      Cornwall 56 yrs old
      Source: Independent Republican (Goshen NY) published 1/20/1914

      Maroney John died 1/23/1899
      Source: Independent Republican (Goshen NY) published 1/31/1899
    • NOTES: According to the source below, Mary Fosdick is John Maroney's second wife and also had four children. However, John Maroney's youngest daughter Hylinda's mother was Elizabeth Weed. It is almost a certainty that Mary's four children listed below are children she had with Chauncey Grames [Graham?].
      Brian


      86 NATHANIEL FOSDICK AND HIS DESCENDANTS,

      of regret to Mm during life, for lie never saw lier again. During his stay in Western New York he met with his brother Solomon and family. His farming venture there was unsuccessful. He frankly stated that he could make more from his garden in Newburgh than from his whole farm in Ashford.

      His wife was Rachel Moral, of Nova Scotia, whom he married in 1788. She was noted for extraordinary physical strength. She survived him, dying in 1862, aet. 88, at the residence of her son-in-law, at Clyde, Ohio.
      His children were:
      1, MARY; 2, JOHN; 3, ELIZA ; 4, THOMAS ; and 5, ANN MARIA.

      1. MARY FOSDICK, b. 1790,
      m. 1, Chauncey Grames, at Newburg, lived at Gardentown, New York, he d. there [could this be John C Graham in 1820 Newburgh? 1 male 0-10, 1 male 26-45, 1 male 45+, 2 females 0-10, 1 female 26-45]
      m. 2, John Marony, at Newburgh, he d. Cornwall ;
      she d. at Canterbury, New York, aet. 78, at dau. Lydia Edwards's ;
      four chn.
      - 1, Christophee, d. a ch.
      - 2, Deborah, m, Henry Hultz,
      - 3, Lydia, m. William Edwards, d.
      - 4, Stephen, drowned.
      Source: http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/lewis-l-fosdick/fosdick-family-the-oyster-bay-branch-1583-1891--a-record-of-the-ancestry-and--dso/page-4-fosdick-family-the-oyster-bay-branch-1583-1891--a-record-of-the-ancestry-and--dso.shtml
    • NARRATIVE, &c.
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          I PRESUME that most of my former acquaintances, who are now living in the county of Orange, have heard, by this time, that I have returned from the prison at Auburn, to re-visit the places where my early days were spent, either in the innocence of childhood, the pleasures and frivolities of youth, the enterprise and bustle of manhood - and the scenes, alas! of private dissipation. Were it not that my conscience dictated to me to confess that I, in the partial delirium of intoxication, (almost unaccountably to myself,) attempted to injure a man who gave me no offence, as well as the hope of being instrumental in effectually warning some young men, under whose eyes this memoir of particular parts of my sins, my follies, and sufferings may fall; I repeat, that were it not for aforesaid considerations, I would have been contented to have passed the remainder of the time, that may be allotted to me by a gracious Providence to spend here on earth, amongst my beloved friends, or occupied, either in the labors of honest industry, or in profitable reflections on the past, and prayerful meditations on God's word, and his gracious providences towards so great a sinner as I have been, and towards one who has proved himself so unworthy in a civil point of view.
          JOHN MARONEY, the subject of this tract, was born in the town of Montgomery, county of Orange, and state of New York, in 1780, and was brought up to farming, which he followed in connexion by times, with other business. Being of active turn of mind, and cheerful temper, and sociable manners, and being much abroad on business, I, like many of my acquaintances, by degrees got drawn into the vortex of unlawful gratifications of different kinds. Some of my acquaintances, for whom in a civil and individual point of view, I always shall have respect and regard, had their enthusiasm for the success of the French revolution, and unhappily I imbibed the speculations of those philosophers of that beautiful, but unfortunate country, who, while they reared the emblem of liberty with one hand, tore from beneath it, its pedestal with the other.
          Passing on through life with habits of almost utter neglect of even the perusal of God's word on the Sabbath, which use the curious of the world make of it for a portion of that day, my time was taken up almost incessantly with business, and many of my times of leisure were spent in drinking, or gambling, and profane exclamations, or enlivened by the jest or filthy stories of the company, who, unfortunately for themselves, were pres-
      Source: "Narrative of the imprisonment of John Maroney, in the prisons of New York and Auburn, from 1821, until 1831, or, Maroney's meditations, while in the school of wisdom. Written by himself", published 1832 by Charles U Cushman (Newburgh NY) 1832, Page 1

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    • possible children - need to follow up

      James Maroney
      member of Gardertown M.E. Church in 1836/7
      see http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/50872929/person/13803417677

      John W Maroney
      Birth 1815 in Orange County, New York, USA
      Death 30 Aug 1886 in Bradley County, Arkansas, USA
      see http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/50872929/person/13115470597

      Hylinda Wilkes 1898 obituary mentions she was the last surviving of 12 children so...
      there are a few more children missing - perhaps died young
      any/all children would be deceased by 1898


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