Witnesses: Fanny M. Carter, Lydia Carter, and
JOHN ARMSTRONG of New Baltimore Will Probated
March 10 1823
Heirs: Wife, Sarah; three sons: William, Jacob
and Silvester; six
daughters: Phebe, Sally, Abigail, Caty, Elizabeth and
Witnesses: John I. Youngs, Ira Gregory and Elisha
Heirs: Wie, Charry; sons: Linus (the eldest) and
Executors: Jairus Munson and Charry Burnham, wife of
Witnesses: Jairus Munson, Benjamin Osborn
and John Hitchcock.
SAMUEL HAINES of Hunter
Will Probated May 27 1823
FREDERICK S. SMITH of Catskill Will
Probated June 21 1823
Heirs: Wife, Martha; sons: Stephen (the eldest) and
Witnesses: James Webster, Eliza Clark and Aaron
FRANCIS L. SALISBURY of Athens Will Probated November 8
Heirs: Wife, Porsey; sons: Sylvester, John and
Witnesses: Garret Tolle, William J. Warner and
JACOB CUYLER of Coxsackie
Will Probated February 6 1824
Heirs: Nephew, John H. Cuyler; Elizabeth, eldest
daughter of said
nephew; friends: George W. Manicus, Harmanus Bleecker
H. TenEyck, all of Albany.
Executors: George W. Mancino (Sp? notice above),
Witnesses: James VanIngen, In. Manicus, and Sanders
CASPER M. HALLENBECK of Coxsackie Will
Probated Feb. 11 1824
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth; sons: Martin, Francis and
Executors: Abraham VanDyck, John L. Bronk and
John Spoor, son
Witnesses: Isaac Spoor, Peter H. VanBergen, Jacob
PHEBE TRAVES (Travis) of Greenville Will Probated March
Heirs: Wife; children: Aaron, George William,
Rachel, Betsey Claw, Rebecca Hallenbeck, Sally Barr,
Witnesses: Henry Cornwall, John Hollister, and Reuben
Heirs: Wife, Martha; sons: Jacob and John William;
Jacob Trumpbour, Jacob P. Crawford and Catharine Oligh.
Witnesses: Abraham Dewit, William O. Dedricks and
Heirs: Wife, Caty; eight children: Caty Parie
STEPHEN DAY of Catskill
Will Probated September 7 1824
Witnesses: Nathaniel Ells, John Adams and S. J. Hill,
JOHN OSTRANDER of Chapel St. Albany, NY Will Probated Sep 7 1824
Heirs: Wife, Mary; four children: William, Peter,
James, Ann Legg,
Witnesses: Charles R. Webster, Hezekiah and
Elisha W. Skinner.
Will Probated October 12 1824
Witnesses: Joel Chittenden, Charles and Lyman
HENRY IRVINE of Catskill
Will Probated January 25 1825
Heirs: Wife, Catherine; five daughters,
Catherine, Mary, Elizabeth,
Janet, and Frances. three sons: John, Henry and
William Bell Irvine.
Executors: William Bell Irvine, son, and Joel
Witnesses: James Bell, Augustus and John M.
H. Bagley and Joel Bellamy.
HARMAN BECKER of Cairo
Will Probated March 23 1825
Heirs: Nicholas Becker and Nancy, wife of
William Eckeson, both
children of brother, Johannis/John Becker, residing
in the town of
Duanesburgh (Schenectady Co, NY-AC)
Executor: James Renne of Cairo.
Witnesses: Joel Bellamy, Ira Dubois and John Adams.
NATHAN BURROUGHS of Catskill
Will Probated March 31 1825
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth; children: Alathea (eldest
James; Joseph L.; Benjamin; William; and Thomas.
Executors: Sons, Benjamin N., William ., Joseph L.,
Witnesses: Stephen Tryon, Charles Lisk, and
MARGARET TIMMERMAN of Catskill Will
Probated April 26 1825
Heirs: Four daughters: Caty, wife of William Layman;
of Peter Egner; Anna Maria Sax and Margaret Russel;
Executor: John E. Darby.
Witness: John E. Darby.
JACOB SHARP of Coxsackie
Will Probated July 26 1825
Heirs: Wife, Maria; daughter, Elizabeth, wife
of Philip Conine;
grandson, Jacob, son of son Jacob Sharp, deceased;
of daughter Elizabeth.
Executor: John VanWie.
Witnesses: W. M. And F.W. Tolley, John Folgen.
CALEB BENTON of Catskill
Will Probated August 3 1825
Heirs: Wife, Sarah; son Lewis; daughter,
Stella, wife of James
Mairs, Jr.; children of daughter, Sarah Eliza, wife
of Nathaniel F.
Bruce; Sarah Ronalds, daughter of David Ronalds of
County of Albany, has three children,--Sarah Eliza
now wife of Nathaniel F. Bruce, Lewis Benton and
Executor: James Mairs, Jr.
Witnesses: John Adams, Highland Hill, Jr. and
ABRAHAM SALISBURY of Catskill Will
Probated August 3 1825
Heirs: Wife, Rachel; daughter, Ann; son,
Executors: Wife, son William; James
VanDeusen of Hudson.
Witnesses: Benjamin Haxtun, Abraham V.P. Etting
RHODA BROWN of Cairo
Will Probated August 24 1825
Heirs: Mother; brother, Peter; sister, Jane
Granby; Barron Granby,
Edwin E. Milligan, Polly Cooper, Betsey Maria Granby,
Antoinette Granby, Julian Granby and John Westby
Executor: Joseph Sheppard.
Witnesses: Samuel E. Warner, Olive and Joseph
JAMES JEWELL of Durham
Will Probated August 25 1825
Heirs: Daughter, Sally Clark; sons: James and Ara;
but no names mentioned) nephew, Hollis Erskin; James
Toles, Mary Jewell Hubbard, daughter of Eli Hubbard.
Executor: Daniel Coe, brother-in-law.
Witnesses: William Doty, Matthew C. Boughton
and Phedelia Moss.
AUGUST PREVOST of Greenville
Will Probated September 6 1825
Heirs: Wife, Anna; son, Frederick Jacob; other
mentioned by name; Eliza Backus, (deceased-married
Executors: Wife, Anna; son-in-law, Samuel W.
Dexter; Abijah Reed.
Witnesses: Silas Rockland, Eliakim R. Ford,
ABRAHAM POST of Greenville Will
Probated September 10 1825
Heirs: Wife, Esther; sons: Joseph, Abraham and
daughters: Phebe, Elizabeth, Charity and Lydia Ann.
daughter, Mehitable, wife of Nathan Marion,
Susan and David.
Executors: Roswell Post and Thomas George.
Witnesses: Beriah Hotchkiss, Hull Bixby and Amos
JACOB J. TEN BROECK of Catskill Will Probated
October 1 1825
Heirs: Jacob Lansing; Margaret, wife of Gideon
Elizabeth Lansing, all three grandchildren of Henry
late of Albany, deceased; Mrs. Anna, widow of
James Kortz; Jacob
TenBroeck, son of William Musin; Jacob, son of Jacob
of Clermont, Columbia County; Jacob, son of Jacob
William Musin and his wife Hannah; William Musin, Jr.
Catharin, son and daughter of William Musin; Thomas
James Richardson; Mariah, daughter of William Shipman
the wife of Seth TenBroeck; Jacob VanOrden; Peter
Germantown, Columbia County; L. B. VanOrden; Henry
William and Jane Ann, son of daughter of William
TenBroeck; sons and daughters of James Cole and
Ushe, wife, now
deceased, who was the daughter of William
Executors: Jacob TenBroeck of Columbia Co, NY
VanOrden of Catskill, County of Greene.
Witnesses: Abraham Fiero, Jr. and John H.
Martin and Peter Schutt.
MARY ROGERS of Catskill
Will Probated January 31 1826
(Widow of Caleb Rogers)
Heirs: Mrs. James M. Sanford (Eunice Sanford);
Miss Mary Sanford;
Frand Sayre; nephew; Elizabeth, wife of Lodowick
Post; James H.
Ells; Polly Ells.
Executors: Francis Sayre and James M. Sanford.
Witnesses: P.W. Telfair, Absolom Post and
Walter S. Clawson.
JOSEPH ARNOLD of Durham
Will Probated March 1 1826
Heirs: Wife, Betsey: daughter, Elizabeth; sons:
Ezra F, Edward, Seymour; two grandchildren: Sally Ann
Elizabeth Cook; Charles, William and John Arnold.
Executors: Son, Joseph Arnold and Moses
Witnesses: Daniel Sayre, John W. Mott and Patty
JOHN NEWELL of Durham
Will Probated March 15 1826
Heirs: Sons: Raphael (eldest), John Jr.,
Andruss; Daughters: Lucy;
Sibyl and Julia; grandson, John Dana Newell;
Hepsebeth Charlotte, Sibyl Angeline; Huldah Newell,
infant child of
son, Seth Newell, deceased.
Executor: Son, Andruss Newell
Witnesses: Lemuel Hotchkiss, Elihu Moss, and Henry
JAMES E. BARKER of Durham Will
Probated March 15 1826
Heirs: Wife, Chloe; sons: Jeremiah, John and
Elizabeth, also called Eliza; Jason Hotchkiss.
Executors: Wife, John and Ebenezer Barker.
Witnesses: Platt Adams, Joseph Blanchane and
Luther W. Hart.
ESTHER HUBBARD of Durham
Will Probated March 16 1826
Heirs: Nephews: Alva W and Gilbert Hubbard; nieces:
Spencer, Hannah C. and Delia A. Hubbard.
Executor: Borther, Benjamin Hubbard.
Witnesses: Luther W. Hart, Rhoda Kirtland and
JOHN TUTTLE of Windham
Will Probated April 4 1826
Heirs: Sons: Ichiel, William, John and Sidney;
wife of Ichabod Andrews; grandchildren: Betsey,
and Eunice Dean.
Executor: Sidney Tuttle.
Witnesses: James Powers, Caleb Day and John
CATHARINE LESHER of Catskill
Will Probated May 10 1826
(Widow of Adam Lesher, deceased)
Heirs: Sons: Jeremiah, John and Peter;
daughters: Elizabeth, wife
of John Mawer; Mary, wife of Bastian Lasher; Sally,
wife of John
Dederick; Margaret, wife of Michael Sax; Christina,
wife of Johannes
Executor: Michael Sax.
Witnesses: Adam Lesher, John Crawford and Jacob
JACOB WETSELL of Catskill Will Probated
August 8 1826
Heirs: Sons: James, George and Henry; grand daughter,
Henry; son-in-law, James VanValkenburgh; Peter
daughter of deceased daughter, Betsey; four children
son, George Wetsell.
Executors: Son, James Wetsell and son-in-law, James
Valkenburgh, John VanVechten and Jonathan Palmer.
Witnesses: William VanBergen, William
Overbagh and J. Pinckney.
ADAM BEDELL of New Baltimore Will Probated
September 15 1826
Heirs: Wife, Catharine; sons: Jacob, Elisha,
Richard, Henry and
Sylvester; daughters: Catharine, Mary, Anna, Abigail
Executors: Benjamin Bedell and Elisha Powell.
Witnesses: Not listed on copy.
DERICK SPOOR of Catskill
Will Probated October 13 1826
Heirs: Daughters: Marie, wife of Jacob P. Bogardus;
Sarah, wife of
Isaac Lampman; Elizabeth, wife of John Vankie (Van
Hannah; Judith, wife of Casper C. Hallenbeck;
Van Schaaike and grand daughter, Barbara, children of
Eve Van Schaaike, deceased; grandson, Derick and
Judith, children of daughter Maria; grandson,
Frederick William and
grand daughter, Altanah Lundy, children of daughter,
deceased; grandson, Peter, son of daughter, Hannah;
--James Wells, Abraham, Charles and Judith Ann,
children of son
John D. Spoor, deceased; son: Abraham D.;
Spoor, widow of John D. Spoor, deceased; grandsons:
Isaac, children of son, John D. Spoor, deceased
Executors: Isaac Spoor, son of Johannis Spoor,
Coxsackie and Abraham D. Spoor of the city of Troy
Holley of Athens.
Witnesses: C. Seeley, E. Pierce and Charles C.
ELIJAH STRONG of Windham
Will Probated November 20 1826
Heirs: Wife, Polly; sons: Zenas, Schuyler,
James R. (eldest son)
and Samuel (second son); daughters: Anne Eliza, wife
Parker (oldest daughter); Lydia, wife of Abel S.C.
daughter) and Esther Dorcas (youngest daughter).
Executors: Wife, James Strong and James
Witnesses: John Tuttle, Thomas Benham and Peter
MARTIN G. SHUNNEMAN of Catskill
Will Probated March 7 1827
(also spelled SCHUNEMAN)
Heirs: Daughter, Anna Mariah; sons: William and
John M.; children
of John M. Schuneman.
Executors: William Schuneman and
Abraham A. Salisbury, also
John VanVechten and Jacob VanOrden.
Witnesses: Isaac VanLoon, Horatio Dewey and
JOHN LENNON of Cairo
Will Probated May 5 1827
Heirs: Sons: John (eldest son), Daniel, James,
Cyrenus, Robert G., and
Zacheus; daughters: Sarah, wife of Henry Couse;
Mary, wife of
Abiel Wilber and Henrietta, wife of Jones Finch;
James, George A.M., Deborah, Sally and Jane Wilson.
Executors: Two sons: Cyrenus and James.
Witnesses: Zephaniah Teed, Richard and John
( A complete Will is posted on this
site by Sylvia Hasenkopf--AC)
SARAH DIBBLE of Catskill Will
Probated May 7 1827
Heirs: Jane, Frances, Harriet, Annis Adams Canfield
Dibble Canfield, all daughters of John Canfield;
Fanny, wife of John Canfield.
Executor: Robert Dorlon.
Witnesses: Roswell P. Reed, Susan Reed and D.
Brooks Reed, Jr.
CATHARINE P. THOMSON of Catskill Will Probated
May 19 1827
Heirs: Brother, John A. Thompson; niece,
Julia A. Thompson.
Executor: John A. Thompson.
Witnesses: James Pierce, Emily Baiton and
THADDEUS HURD of Greenville
Will Probated May 28 1827
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth; daughters: Mabel, Annis,
sons: Russell, Thaddeus, Reuben, and Justus.
Executors: Son, Justus and son-in-law, Abel
Witnesses: Beriah Hotchkiss, Eliakim and
SARAH HUNT of Windham
Will Probated September 5 1827
Heir: Daughter, Hannah, wife of Jehiel
Executors: Jehiel Tuttle and Levi H. Alden of
Witnesses: Reuben Hosford, William Douglas
HENRY WEEKS of Cairo
Will Probated November 27 1827
Heirs: Wife, Priscilla; sons: Henry, Joseph,
Richard, Silas, Aaron and Moses; four daughters:
Sarah Rafe, Betsey Ann King and Priscilla Weeks
Executrix: Wife, Priscilla.
Witnesses: Henry Adams.
RALTUS VanSLYCK of Coxsackie Will Probated
December 14 1827
Heirs: Wife, Hannah; four sons: Andries,
Barent, Tunis, and Peter;
six daughters: Gomy, Catharine, wife of
Charles McGarigle; Maria,
wife of James Dun; Lydia, wife of John VanSlyke;
Alida, wife of
Henry Hasfoot; and Jenny VanSlyke; grand daughter,
Executors: Two sons, Andries and Barent.
Witnesses: Dorrance Kirtland, Tunis P.
VanSlyke and Charles Ager.
RICHARD FIELD of Catskill
Will Probated December 21 1827
Heirs: Sisters: Elizabeth Sylvester and
brothers: Thomas and William H.
Executor: Charles Faxon.
Witnesses: Ira Canfield, George G.
Hardenburgh and Samuel
JOHN WINTERS of Greenville
Will Probated January 22 1828
Heirs: Wife, Hannah; sons: Joseph,
Matthew, Benjamin and John;
daughters: Martha, Mary, Kezia, Ann Mariah.
Executor: Matthew Winters.
Witnesses: Perkins King, Andrew Dodge and
Samuel B. Wenton.
NATHAN ELLIOTT of Catskill
Will Probated January 29 1828
Heirs: Wife; two sons, James G. and Matthew
Executors: the above.
Witnesses: Samuel Dubois, Thomas W. Hale and
CORNELIUS EGBERTSON of Durham Will Probated February
Heirs: Wife, Polly; sons: Barent
(oldest), Henry and Richard;
daughters: Maria (youngest), Hannah, wife of
John Dewitt; Eg____,
wife of Benjamin West; Caty, wife of Daniel
Executors: Son, Henry; Ezra Post and Jacob
Witnesses: Garret Abeel, John Perkins and
DANIEL MORISON of Cairo
Will probated April 1 1828
Heirs: Wife, Maria; sons: Ira, Hiram, Daniel
A. and John H.;
daughters: Eliza Ann, Sally Maria and Catharine
Executors: Wife and son, Ira.
Witnesses: Jacob C. Barenger, W. Telfare
Gifford and John C.
LEONARD BRONK of Coxsackie Will Probated
June 24 1828
Heirs: Wife, Elbertye; three sons:
John L., Leonard and Robert;
two daughters: Catharine and Ann Sockles;
grandsons: Leonard J.
Bronk, and Leonard B. VanDyck.
Executors: Sons: John and Leonard.
Witnesses: Jacob Pruyn, Lovina Bronk and
Jacob S. Hallenbeck.
Will Probated September 16 1828
(Wife of Col. Aaron Kellogg of Canaan, Columbia
Heirs: Son, Peter Powers; daughters: Rhoda
Powers and Mary,
wife of John Day; niece, Mary, daughter of Richard
Executor: Son, James Powers of Catskill.
Witnesses: Thomas Ohl Croswell, Francis Sayre
and John C.
CORNELIUS MYER of Catskill Will Probated
September 17 1828
Heirs: Wife Maria; only son, Jonathan;
Seven daughters: Wyntje,
Nella, Sarah, Catharine, Polly, Ann and Mahala.
as Christian Myer).
Executors: Son, Jonathan and son-in-law
Witnesses: William Britt, Abraham Suydam and Henry
REUBEN ADAMS of Catskill
Will Probated October 2 1828
Heirs: Wife, Almira; brother, Platt;
daughter, Mary Ann; son,
Executor: Platt Adams.
Witnesses: Bradley Hills, Mary A. Mills, C.
Nathaniel P. Perry.
NATHANIEL SHEPHERD of Greenville Will Probated
Oct 23 1828
Heirs: Sons: Cyrus and Eber; Jane
Shepherd Smith, Sally Ann
Shepherd Smith; Deborah Shepherd Smith, Caroline
and Jemima Smith, housekeeper.
Executors: William Hull and Thomas Coldwell.
Witnesses: James Palmer, Jr., Harvey Roots
and George Hughson, Jr.
NANNING BOGARDUS of Greenville Will Probated
November 1 1828
Heirs: Sons: Peter, Henry and Ephraim; Methuel
of daughter Jane; Nanning, son of Ephraim; George
of daughter, Catharine; Isaac, son of son Jacob;
William, son of
son, Jacob; Angelina, daughter of son Jacob,
Executors: Son, Henry and Levi Calender.
Witnesses: John L. Bronk, Philip Brigham and
Nathaniel N. Fancker.
JEREMIAH RUSHMORE of Athens Will Probated
November 11 1828
Heirs: Wife, Martha; three children: Morris,
Richard and Anna.
Executors: Son, Richard, Solomon Coffin and
Witnesses: None listed.
NELLA WINNE of Athens
Will Probated 1828
(wife of Silas RUSHMORE)
Heirs: Mary Truley, widow of Jacob Truly; my
Executrix: Mary Truly.
Witnesses: Caleb Day, Thomas Ohl Croswell and
RICHARD VanSLYCKE of New Baltimore Will Probated
Nov. 26 1828
Heirs: Wife, Mary; three sons: Henry D.,
Garret and George; Amos
and Sally Gillett; Maria, wife of Thomas Field.
Executors: Wife and son, Henry D. VanSlycke.
Witnesses: Elisha D. Hall, Jane and Cornelia
CASPER CLOW of Athens
Will Probated November 26 1828
Heirs: Daughters: Hannah, wife of David Bartlett;
Christina, wife of
Albert VanHoesen; Elenor, wife of John VanHoesen;
sons: John C.
and Richard; granddaughter Christina, daughter of
Clow, deceased; daughter, Catharine, wife of
deceased; grandson, Simeon Bartlett.
Executors: Casper Hallenbeck and William
Tolley Clow, son of
Witnesses: Caleb Coffin, John Bennett and
HENRY ASHLEY of Catskill
Will Probated January 29 1829
Heirs: Wife, Susan H.;
sons: Henry, George and Charles; Gertrude
and Mercy, daughters of brother,
Oliver Ashley; P. Ashley;
Catharine, widow of Oliver Ashley, deceased;
Martha Jane, daughter
of Baar Dubois.
Executors: William Seaman,
Abner Austin, Jacob VanVoris and
Witnesses: A. Brace, W.
Hawley and Hollis McKinstry.
GILBERT E. PALEN of Saugerties
Will probated January 29 1829
Heirs: Wife, Hannah;
children: Rufus, James, Joseph, Catharine,
Carline, Maria and Harriet.
Executors: Wife and brother,
Jonathan Palen; also son, Rufus.
Witnesses: Joseph Palen,
Benjamin P. Burhans and Tobias
JOHN WHISKEY of Catskill
Will Probated January 29 1829
Heirs: Wife, Betsey;
children: Dewit, Susan, Cornelius, Charles
and Mary Ann.
Witnesses: Samuel Dubois,
Nathan Elliott and William Seaman.
EDWARD AUSTIN of Athens
Will Probated May 26 1829
Heirs: Barnet Cook and
Mehitable, his wife, Kuypher.
Executor: Barnet Cook.
Witnesses: Salmon Coffin,
Amos Harrington and William
ZADOCK PRATT of Lexington
Will Probated May 27 1829
Heirs: Wife, Hannah;
daughters: Eunice Adams, Huldah Lacy,
Abigail Chase and Polly Beach;
sons: Ezra Zadock and Bennet.
Executor: Ezra Zadock Pratt.
Witnesses: Isaac Buel,
Albert C. and Susannah Buel.
ISAAC A. HALLENBECK of Coxsackie
Will Probated July 23 1829
Heirs: Wife; sisters:
Eleanor and Gertrude; nephew, Francis
McCarty; children of deceased
Witnesses: Simeon Fitch, Abraham
VanDyck and John F. Dederick.
PETER BRANDOW of Catskill
Will Probated September 23 1829
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth
Executors: Wife, John Vedder
and Frederick Sax.
Witnesses: Abraham A.
Salisbury, Frederick Sax and John Fiero.
ELIAS ANDRUS of Durham
Will Probated September 28 1829
Heirs: Sister, Anna Paine;
nephews, Elias and Edwin Paine.
Executors: Wells Fink of
Windham and Anna Paine.
Witnesses: Charles Johnson, Daniel
Kirtland and Amos Hamlin.
ANDREW HORNKNOCKER of Windham Will
Probated Oct. 10 1829
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth; two
daughters: Margaret and Christeny;
eldest son, Christopher; grandson,
Executor: Grandson, John
Witnesses: Robert L. Moore,
David Kniffen and Solomon Lament.
HENRY D. TOLLE of Athens Will
Probated October 12 1829
Heirs: Wife, Henraca;
sons: John H., Garret and William;
grandchildren: John Frederick and
Henereta Tolle, John Frederick
VanCork and Henry John Bartholomew
Executors: John F. Garret
and William Tolle.
Witnesses: John F. Tolle and
John Claw, Jr.
John A. VANLOON of Athens
Will Probated October 16 1829
Heirs: Mother and brother,
Albert A. VanLoon.
Executor: Brother, Albert A.
Witnesses: Gordon and Catharine
Dickson, William Tolley.
SARAH VanVECHTEN of Catskill
Will Probated October 16 1829
Heirs: Sons: John, Jacob,
Abraham, Peter, Samuel, William,
Washington and Teunis; nephew,
Abraham VanVechten; son, John Van
Vechten and nephew, Jacob VanOrden.
Witnesses: Catharine Dubois,
Henry McKinstry and John B.
WILLIAM PORTER of New Baltimore Will
Probated October 20 1829
Heirs: Wife, Mary.
Witnesses: Stephen, Prudence and Charles
JACOB BOGARDUS of Greenville
Will Probated November 9 1829
Heirs: Wife, Patience; daughters: Sarah
Wetmore, Esther Jones,
Rebecca Chalott and Anna Prevost; sons:
Jacob and William
Whitney; children of deceased daughter, Mary
granddaughter, Emeline Elizabeth Bogardus.
Executors: Robert Dorton and Anna Prevost.
Witnesses: John C. Spencer, Mary Ann and
Frances I. Prevost.
Will Probated November 21 1829
Heirs: Wife, Jane.
Letters of Administration to James Pullan and
Witnesses: Thomas O.H. Croswell, Peter
Simonson, Elen Seaman
and Nancy Pelham.
GARRET ABEEL of Catskill
Will Probated November 28 1829
Heirs: Wife; eldest son, Thomas;
daughter, Rosina Laramer; grand-
children: Henry P., Isaac, Thomas P., Tunis B.,
and Peter H. Becker,
also Margaret, wife of William Ferris.
(Mother of these
grandchildren mentioned as Fanny Becker.)
PETER P. SOCKS of Catskill Will Probated
December 15 1929
Heirs: Wife, Elizabeth; daughter, Maria
Socks Vedder; grand-
daughter, Maria Socks Vedder; Alexander
Vedder; Peter F.
Socks; Cynthia, wife of William Stevens;
Joshua Stevens, their
son; Paulus Socks, son of Paul Socks,
deceased; Peter Fiero,
son of John Fiero; Peter Socks, son of
brother Frederick Socks;
Catherine Dubois, daughter of Isaac Dubois of
Executors: Isaac I. Dubois of Kiskatom
and Peter F. Socks of
the same place; Jacob VanOrden of Catskill.
Witnesses: A. VanVechten and John
VanVechten and R. Dorlon.
HENDRICK BECKER of Windham Will
Probated February 2 1830
Heirs: Wife; eldest son, Thomas;
daughter, Rosina Laramer; grand-
children: Henry P., Isaac, Thomas P., Tunis
B., and Peter H.
Becker, also Margaret, wife of William
Ferris. (Mother of these
children mentioned as Fanny Becker.)
Executors: Thomas Becker and John
Witnesses: John T. Moore, Andrew
Harknocker and Andrew Decker.
SYLVESTER PARIS of Durham
Will Probated February 8 1830
Heirs: Wife Patience; sons:
Sylvester, Amos and Cromwell;
daughters: Martha, wife of George
Lamphier; Huldah, wife of John
Wood; Hannah, wife of Marshall
Parie; Patty, wife of John Emy;
Mercy, wife of Amos Cleveland; Fanny, wife of
Philip A. White;
Silence, wife of Athan Rupil. (mentions
deceased daughter Polly.)
Executors: Wife and son Sylvester.
Witnesses Henry Clark, William Lusk and
NICHOLS CORNEL of Windham
Will Probated March 1 1830
Heirs: Sons: Gideon, Isaac and
George; two daughters:
Rebecca and Betsey; Mary King's children,
Betsey and Rufus;
John L. Cornel; Mercy, daughter of Betsey
Executor: Samuel Reynolds.
Witnesses: Isreal Miner, William Clark
and Jno. C. Dewit.
Francis CLAW of Athens
Will Probated April 5 1830
Heirs: Wife, Getty; sons: Garret
(oldest) and John; daughter, Lena,
daughter Lena's two children;
grand-daughter, Jane Van Dusen.
Executors: Nicholas VanLoon and William
Witnesses: Abraham L. Spoor, John
VanLoon, Jr. and George Bomi
JOHN VanLOON of Windham
Will Probated April 6 1830
Heirs: Wife, Catharine; daughter and
only child, Dolly, wife of
Robert VanDusen; Robert VanDusen; Isaac
VanLoon and Isaac
Executor: Robert VanDusen.
Witnesses: John V.D. S. Scott, William
W. VanLoon and
Richard Standly, Jr.
ELIAKIM REED of Greenville
Will Probated May 3 1830
Heirs: Wife; sons: Abijah and
Herman; daughters: Lydia, Vina and
Sally; heirs of daughter, Jenny, deceased.
Executors. Abijah and Herman Reed.
Witnesses: Levi Cullinder, Rupel Wakely
and Amos Hitchcock.
ABNER HOAG of New Baltimore Will
Probated May 10 1830
Heirs: Sons: Elihu, Salomon;
Joseph, Joel and Abner More;
daughters: Deborah Narromore, Sibil Gage and
Executors: Son, Elihu Hoag an
Witnesses: John Gue, Elam Garret and
HENRY DEWITT of Catskill
Will Probated June 5 1830
Heirs: Three daughters: Elsie,
wife of Benjamin Winne; Gitty,
wife of Peter Overbagh; Temperance, wife of
Executors: Son-in-law, Benjamin Winn
and John Langen Dycke
Witnesses: James Powers, Joseph Hyde and
Witnesses to Codicil: Caleb Day,
William W. VanVechten and
Chester Hull, Jr.
JESSE STORY of Athens
Will Probated June 14 1830
Heirs: Wife, Hetty; son Jesse W.;
daughter, Harriet H. H.
Executors: Wife, Hetty; Gabriel S.
Turner and Jesse Story.
Witnesses: A. Fraser, Or. Benton and
Casper A. Hallenbeck.
MERRICK COWAN of Catskill
Will Probated July 10 1830
Heirs: John M. Donelly and Mary Cowen,
wife of brother, Willard
Executor: John M. Donelly.
Witnesses: Robert McClellan, A.
Donnelley and Winifred Thirito.
GEORGE BURK of Catskill
Will Probated July 17 1830
Heirs: Wife, Mariah; daughters: Sally,
Nelly, Hannah, Elizabeth,
also the three married daughters: Mariah,
wife of Abraham Lane;
Catharine, wife of Joseph Bowen; Linah
(Christina-AC), wife of Isaiah
Brandow; children of Sally, Sophia Benter,
Elizabeth Maria Benter
and George Benter; John Layman and wife
Elizabeth; grand daughter
Maria, daughter of Peter Layman, deceased.
Executor: Perrit Person.
Witnesses: William Schuneman, Jr.,
Isaac and Abram Plank.
STEPHEN LAMPMAN of Athens
Will Probated July 26 1830
Heirs: Wife, Betsey; mother; daughter,
Rebecca; son Henry.
Executors: John L. Bronk of Coxsackie
and William Tolley of
Witnesses: John Gay of Athens and
Eleanor M. Hedges of Athens.
EZEKIEL ROBERTS of Cairo
Will Probated September 10 1830
Heirs: Wife, Catharine; son, Joel;
daughter, Lydia Forgason and
Executors: Ira T. Day and Horace
Witnesses: Amasa Mattson and Pliny L.
JAMES RENNE of Cairo
Will Probated November 1 1830
Heirs: Wife, Sally; children: Smith,
Horace, Justin, James M.,
George, Eleanor Lockwood, Effa Antus, Emeline,
Lucy Ann and
Executors: Harvey Mead and son, Horace.
Witnesses: Andrew and Orrin Wood,