Descendants of Jan Broersen Decker

Notes


439. Jacob Vredenburgh

From Ancestry.com - The Grundy Family

RFN: 886
Jacob was born at Taghkanic on Livingston Manor in Columbia County,
New York, Jacob was the first child born to Isaac Vredenburgh and his
second wife, Cornelia Witbeck. Jacob states in his Revolutionary War
Pension File #S11629, "to the best of my memory I was born in
September of 1759 at a place called Taghkanic on Livingston Manor in
Columbia County, New York." Church records from the Gallatin Reformed
Church (pg. 8 record 171), Gallatinville, Columbia, New York show that
he was christened there 28 Oct 1759 and that his parents were Isaac
Vredenburgh and Cornelia Witbeck and his sponsors were, Philip Free
and his wife, Catharina Schoop.
As Jacob was growing up he may have lived with his parents in several
different locations in Columbia County, New York. If you look at the
christening records of Jacob's siblings they are recorded in the
following churches; Gallatin Reformed at Gallatin, Claverack Reformed
at Claverack and Linlithgo Reformed Church at Livingston. The family
was located generally in the southeastern area of Columbia County.
At the age of 17 and one-half years, Jacob was drafted into the
Militia of Columbia County to fight in the Revolutionary Way. The
Pension Record of Jacob tells us that he was drafted in early May of
1776 and at that time he was living at Taghkanic. Jacob was drafted as
a Private into the Militia of Columbia and that the Company was
commanded by Captain Conrad Kline and an Ensign ____ Van Deusen
belonging to Colonel Livington's Regiment. Jacob served in the
Revolutionary War for 2 and one-half years and was discharged at the
age of 19 years. He fought in several important battles as mentioned
in his pension Record. The most important being the surender of the
British by Burgoyne to General Gates at Stillwater, New York. Jacob
was discharged in the fall of 1778.
Jacob returned home to Livingston Manor, Columbia County, New York in
the fall of 1778. He married Contente Rollins about 1780 in Columbia
County, New York. Their first child, Jacob, was born 31 Oct 1781 and
christened at the Linlithgo Reformed Church in Livingston, Columbia,
New York 14 April 1782. The christening record of this child states
that his parents were Jacob Vredenburgh and Contente Rollins and that
his sponsors were Peter Athuisen and Ariaentje Althuisen. Jacob and
Contente had a second child born to them in January of 1873, a
daughter named Cornelia. I believe that Contente had problem with the
birth of this daughter. When Cornelia is finally christened on 15 Feb
1784, one year and one month after her birth, at the West Copke
Reformed Church, the names of the presenters are her father, Jacob
Vredenburgh and her aunt, Lyntje Vredenburgh Wilson and the sponsors
are her grandparents, Isaac Vredenburgh and Cornelia Witbeck. It looks
as if Contente died before the christening in Feb 1784 in Columbia
County, New York. This child, Cornelia must not have been well either
and died before 1787 in Columbia County, New York.
Jacob weds for a second time about 1785-86 to Catrina Kohl and they
can be found in the christening records for their children in the
following churches: Copake Reformed, West Copake Reformed and
Claverack Reformed all located in Columbia County, New York.
The History and Directory of Yates County, published by S. C.
Cleveland, 1873, pages 712-714 states the following: 'It is claimed
for Jacob Fredenburg that he was an earlier settler than the Friends.
But he was a refugee rather than a settler, and was hiding away from
the arm of the law, when early in 1787 he fled from Massachusetts and
took up his abode far in the wilderness among the Indians, when Shay's
rebellion was quelled. Some of the malcontents fearful of punishment
for treason took refuge beyond the borders of the colonial settlements
where the jurisdiction of the government would not reach them. Jacob
Fredenburgh was one of there. (Dr. Preston E. Pierce, Ontario County
Historian in


453. Niclaes Decker

Biography of Robert Decker (History of Columbia County 1894) gives details of his father (John N) and grandfather (Nicholas). It states that Nicholas Decker and Hanna Rossman had 6 sons and 3 daughters.


Email from Betsy Uryga, March 24, 2007:

I have had this in my possession for YEARS, while we all try to decide Nicholas Decker's parents. I think this pretty much says it....Jurien is the father of Nicholas. I can't believe I read this so many times and it just didn't click. Benton Weaver Decker was correct. The following information obviously comes from family members - Walter R. and Myron N., sons of Nicholas' grandson, Robert. Jurien = George

Extracted from: American Ancestry: Giving the Name and Descent, in the male line, of Americans whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independence, by Thomas P. Hughes, Vol. II (local series) Columbia County, State of New York, 1887
DECKER, Walter R.
Of Martindale, born 1844 (married 1864 Isabella Wise of Greenport), and Myron N. of Martindale, born 1846 (married 1874 Inez Le Roy of Sheffield, Massachusetts);
Sons of Robert of Martindale, born 1818 (1st marriage 1841 Elizabeth Ann Van Deusen, 2nd marriage 1856 Mayette Van De Boe of Claverack);
Son of John N. of Livingston, born 1793, died 1863 (married Mary Melius);
Son of Nicholas of Livingston, born 1772, died 1843 (married Anna Rossman of Taghkanick);
Son of George, whose ancestors came from Holland. [310]

Nicholas' gravestone in Churchtown cemetery reads: Died July 10, 1843 aged 72 yrs 7 mos & 25 days. There is a four line inscription below this which I am unable to read. So, as I told you before, this would mean he was born 11/15/1770, so there are still inconsistencies, but I think the above along with Weaver is what I would go by.

I have all Nicholas' children (10). Robert died young. I have the families of all the other children and four of those down to my generation.

Betsy Uryga

Information on Nicholas Decker and his descendents is from Betsy except as noted.

#1121 Jurry Decker Niclaes Niclaes Shoerz, & wife
Marytjen Shoerz 11/6/1768 Marytje Shoetz

Source: Linlithgo Reformed Church Records 1722-1829

Will available for order through http://www.sampubco.com/wills/ny/nycolumbia01.htm

Appears to be this Nicholas Decker (Volume NY-11-J-page 49 - Livingston, covers years 1843-1847.)

Gravestone lists death as 10 Jul 1843

Inscription:

Died July 10, 1843 aged 72 yrs, 7 mos & 25 days.

Source: Betsy Uryga


Annatje Rosamund

Parents reported as Johannes Rosmann and Magdalena (unknown)

Source: Betsy with reference to gravestone at Churchtown, NY cemetery


692. Robert Decker

Source: Betsy referencing St John's Lutheran Church records, Manorton, NY, p. 70, #1523


455. Hannah Decker

#366 Broer Decker Anna Jan Decker
Sara Liveston 1/14/1752 Jannetje Decker


Charles McLean

1790 US Census, New York, Columbia Co., Livingston (p. 236)

Charles McLean
1 Males 16 & older
2 Males under 16
5 Females
0 All other free persons
0 Slaves

Would be correct if one daughter died young. Jenet & Jenny are similarly named.

Source: Ancestry.com original image

1800 US Census, New York, Columbia Co., Livingston
Charles McLean
0 - Males <10
1 Males 10 < 16
1 Males 16 < 26
0 Males 26 < 45
1 Males 45+
2 Females <10
1 Females 10 <16
0 Females 16 <26
1 Females 26 <45
0 Females 45+
0 Other persons
1 Slaves

Source: Ancestry.com original image

1810 US Census, New York, Columbia Co., Livingston
Charles McLean
1 Male 45+
1 Female 10-15
1 Female 16-25
1 Female 26-44

Source: Ancestry.com original image


1820 US Census, New York, Columbia Co., Livingston
Indexed as Charles McLane, appears on census as Charles McLain
1 Male 10 <16
1 male 45+
1 Female 16 <26
1 Female 45+

2 Persons engaged in agriculture

Source: Ancestry.com original image

Note: Not readily found in 1830 US Census index for Columbia County, New York.

Source:
Timothy MacLaine
Clan MacLean/MacLaine Genealogy Database
http://www.gillean.com/Roots/db/index.htm


695. Jenny McLean

#1291 Charles Makklean Jenny Jost Harter, & wife
Hannah Dekker 8/24/1775 Caty Decker


698. Sally McLean

#1725 Charles Mc Clean Sally Broer Decker
Hannah Decker 1/19/1783 Sartje Livingston
Notes b. 9/6/1782


700. Hannah McLean

#1955 Charles Mc Lane Hannah Peter Schutts
Hannah Dekker 11/29/1789 Lena Smith
Notes b. 9/22


701. Rachel McLean

#2082 Charles Mc Laine Rachel Parents
Hanna Dekker 5/6/1792
Notes b. 4/4


491. Elizabeth Decker

Gravestone indicates a birth of 2 Nov, 1740.

#5269 Gerret Dekker Elisabeth Jacob Dekker
Catherina Schut 2/15/1741 Lisabeth Schut

Decker, Elizabeth, w. of Cornelius June 10, 1813 72-7-8

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.


Cornelis Decker

From 'Ten Eyck Family of New York' (web http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/teneyck.html)

246. Cornelius6 Decker (Johannes5 , Elsie4 Ten Broeck, Maria3 Ten Eyck, Coenraedt2 , Wilhelm1 ) was born 06 Jan 1730/31 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY, and died 04 Aug 1812 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. He married (1) Elizabeth Van Wagenen 01 Jul 1762. She was born Bef. 1748. He married (2) Elizabeth Decker 14 Jul 1766 in Kingston, Ulster, NY, daughter of Gerrit Decker and Catharina Schut. She was born 11 Nov 1740 in Kingston, Ulster, NY, and died 10 Jun 1813.
Children of Cornelius Decker and Elizabeth Van Wagenen are:


+ 511 i. Johannes Cornelius7 Decker, born 02 Jan 1767 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 02 Sep 1814 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY.

512 ii. Cornelius Decker, born 13 Jul 1770 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 23 Sep 1796 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY.

513 iii. Catherine Decker, born 02 Feb 1774 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 26 Jan 1828. She married Louis Hasbrouck 09 Dec 1798 in Stone Ridge, Ulster, NY; born 01 Feb 1767 in New Paltz, Ulster, NY.

514 iv. Elizabeth Decker, born 08 Oct 1778 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 11 Aug 1795.

515 v. Maria Decker, born 23 Nov 1780 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY.

From bible of Johannes Decker:

Jany 6th, is my son Cornelis born. His godfather and godmother, Cornelis Jansen, Heyltje Decker.

Birth according to gravestone would be 7 Jan 1732.

#4032 Johannes Dekker Cornelis Cornelis Jansz
Marretjen Jansz 2/13/1732 Heyltjen Dekker

From Houses in Ulster County - Decker House by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds
Also: 'Ten Eyck Family of New York' (web http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/teneyck.html)

Decker, Cornelius Aug 4, 1812, 80-6-26

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.

313 Decker, Cornelius/Shawgk/ Will Bk D:388 12 Jan 1812 pvd 15 Sep 1812
wf Elizabeth (Exec) "one of my negro wenches" 3 daus: Sarah/wf Josiah Hasbrouck"negro wench Dian", Catherine/wf Lewis Hasbrouck "negro wench Jin", Mary "negro wench Dian & 2 other wenches Nan and Sarah and all other female slaves" grson Cornelius son of Catherine - "when 21"; son: Johannes (Exec)
Exec: son-in-law Josiah Hasbrouck
Wtn Thomas Bruyn, Cornelius Bruyn Jr, Johannes Bruyn

314 Decker, Cornelius/Shawgk/yeoman Will Bk D:390 16 Jul 1811 pvd 15 sep 1812
CODICIL: will of 12 Jan last dau: Mary 3 daus "if one dies"
Wtn: Jacob J. Decker, Hugh Terwilliger, Johannes Bruyn


519. Ephraim Decker Jr.

He was a Revolutionary War Veteran

279
Ephraim Decker Ephraim Abraham Smeedes
Sarah Smeedes 1/25/1758 and wife Geertie

date approximate - not given

Source: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Shawangunk, Ulster Co. N.Y. Baptismal Records, Jean Worden, 1986


707. Ephraim Decker

#8317 Ephraim Decker Ephraim No Witnesses Named
Maria Terpenning 1/18/1784


708. Sarah Decker

#8484 Ephraim Decker Sarah Ephraim Decker
Maria Terpenning 1/22/1786 Sarah Smetes


530. Moses Decker

Family of Moses Decker and descendents - Source Edwin Decker


532. Luke Decker

DECKER TOWNSHIP

This township occupies the point between the Wabash and White Rivers. It is bounded on the north by the river Du Chien and by Johnson Township. It embraces between forty and fifty square miles of land. It contains many swamps, bayous, and ponds. Two of the largest ponds are Cypress and Claypole, situated near the White River, into which they empty their surplus waters. Cypress lies mostly in sections 11 and 14, and is named from the growth around it. The latter lies in section 6, and was named from one of the old settlers, who formerly owned the land around it. These ponds are a great resort for fishing parties. Less than half of the land in the township is under cultivation, owing to the marshes and swamps. In 1884, according to the assessor's report, there were 4,330 acres of wheat, 4,665 acres of corn, and about 2000 acres in clover and meado in the township. The lands that are sufficiently dry are extremely fertile, and yield rich harvests of wheat and corn. These articles find a ready market on either the Wabash or White Rivers, or other convenient points.

SETTLEMENT

The Decker family was one of the most prominent of the early settlers, and it was from this family that the township was named. Whether the name was given for Luke, one of the first territorial grand jurymen, or for John Decker, one of the first sherriffs, or for the family, is questionable. Luke Decker, the first of the family to come to this county, came from Virginia previous to the year 1783, while this was a part of the territorial limits of Virginia. He brought with him his slaves, and among them was Dinah, a slave woman, who was the mother of Bob and Anthony. These were held as slaves by Luke Decker, son of Luke Decker, after the passage of the ordinance of 1787 and after Indiana became a State. In 1817 bob and Anthony sued Luke Decker in the Orange County Court for their freedom, and after a period of five years in different courts they at last gained their freedom. John Decker, before mentioned, lived near White River, below Deckertown. he owned a body of land on which he lived. Isaac Decker, son-in-law of Kirkendall, was a relative of John and Luke Decker. He sometimes ran flat-boats to New Orleans, and, as was the custome of the time, he would have to walk home. (Continues to list other early settlers)

MILLS, STILL-HOUSE AND FERRIES

The first mill ever built in the townwship was built by one of the Deckers; it was a water-mill. Afterward Thomas Dick built a small horse-mill and still-house on his farm, which supplied the old settlers with food and drink for a time. In 1824 B. V. Decker was allowed the right to run a ferry across the White River. The following rates were charged: six-horse team and wagon, $1; four-hourse, 75 cents; two-horse, 50 cents; one-horse, 37 1/2 cents; man and horse, 12 1/2 cents; footman, 6 1/4 cents; neat cattle, 4 cents per head; hogs, 2 cents each.

SOURCE: History of Knox and Daviess Counties, Indiana. Chicago: The Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1886. Page 85-87. (Michigan City Library, Indiana)

(Also, the description of Deckertown in Knox Township is given on page 271, as laid out in June, 1869 by Isaac Decker)

1820 US Census, Indiana, Knox Co., Johnson Twp (page 123)

Luke Decker
Males
<10 4 [appears to be 11, but cross faint and seems to match]
10<16 2
16<18 0
16<26 1
26<45 0
45+ 1
Females
<10 0
10<16 1
16<26 0
26<45 1
45+ 1
Agric. 3


[Note: Six Decker families listed on two pages in Johnson & Decker Twp., Knox County, Indiana in 1820 census:
Abraham Decker, Johnson Twp, page 122
Abraham Decker, Jr., Johnson Twp., page 123
Luke Decker, Johnson Twp., page 123
Isaac J. Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
Isaac Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
Daniel Decker, Decker Twp., page 123]

Source: Heritage Quest original image

Note: Complete Census information on pages 122-123 for Johnson & Decker Townships are as follows:

A B C D E F
Males
<10 1 1 4 1 2 1
10<16 0 0 2 0 0 0
16<18 1 0 0 0 0 0
16<26 2 0 1 0 0 0
26<45 1 1 0 1 1 1
45+ 1 0 1 0 0 0
Females
<10 0 2 0 3 0 2
10<16 2? 1 1 1 0 2
16<26 2 0 0 0 0 0
26<45 0 1 1 1 1 1
45+ 1 0 1 0 0 0
Agric. 1 1 3 1 1 1

A: Abraham Decker, Johnson Twp., page 122 (females 10<16 has dark smudge)
B: Abraham Decker, Jr., Johnson Twp., page 123
C: Luke Decker, Johnson Twp., page 123
D: Isaac J. Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
E: Isaac Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
F: Daniel Decker, Decker Twp., page 123

Relative ages would seem to suggest they were from the same family (siblings, cousins, or in some cases parents/children as Abraham & Luke are only families with members over 45).


720. John Decker

Source: Marilyn Day


721. Daniel Decker

Source: Marilyn Day


Note: Appears to be listed in Knox County, Indiana in 1820 Census.

1820 US Census, Indiana, Knox Co., Decker Twp (page 123)

Daniel Decker
Males
<10 1
10<16 0
16<18 0
16<26 0
26<45 1
45+ 0
Females
<10 2
10<16 2
16<26 0
26<45 1
45+ 0
Agric. 1


[Note: Six Decker families listed on two pages in Johnson & Decker Twp., Knox County, Indiana in 1820 census:
Abraham Decker, Johnson Twp, page 122
Abraham Decker, Jr., Johnson Twp., page 123
Luke Decker, Johnson Twp., page 123
Isaac J. Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
Isaac Decker, Decker Twp., page 123
Daniel Decker, Decker Twp., page 123]

Source: Heritage Quest original image


722. Hiram Decker

Source: Marilyn Day

Doctor (listed in various sources)


723. Asa Decker

Source: Marilyn Day


Trenny Claypool

Father Jeremiah Claypool, Mother Blondius Kuykendall


727. Richard Vanatter

RICHARD Vanatter: Richard and John were twins. Richard lived Lot Con 9, Clinton Twp, Lincoln Co (1841 census). Lived in Moulton (or Dunn) Twp, Haldimand Co (1851 census). Served on Council. In 1855 north of Inman Rd, Haldimand Co, Lots 19 & 20. Land Records in MOULTON TOWNSHIP, HALDIMAND COUNTY -Richard & Sarah Vanatter
[1]. No 14687-Registered 23 Mar 1859 Richard & Sarah Vanatter and Daniel Vanatter of the third part Lots 19,20 North Side if Inman Rd, Moulton Twp, Haldimand Co.
[2]. No 2592- 6 Jul 1855 Between Henry John Boulton of Humberford in County of York, Esq.-first part; and Richard Vanatter of Moulton of the second part. 126 1/4 acres Lots 19 & 20 on North side of Inman Rd.
Richard's first wife was Jane Doan, d/o Willson Doan & Jemima Harned.
Quit Claim#1666 (21-2-1854) Crowland Deeds GS2822 between Naomi Doan Southworth and Brother, Solomon Doan, children of Willson Doan. Part Lots 11,12 Con 7, Crowland Twp, 75 acres or less. KEB has will of Willson made 11-3-1833. Grandchildren: John Vanatter rcd $60. & Phebe, wife of Jonah Howey rcd $40. Willson Doan s/o Titus Doan, Deborah Willson. GS2821 Crowland Deeds, Old Ser, Vol A #9314.
Richard's second wife was Sarah Ann, surname unknown. Richard & Sarah Ann lived in Moulton Twp. on lots 19,20, concession N of Inman Rd. Richard sold his farm to son Daniel in 1859, three years before his own death. {Information provided by Sandra Tenant sec-treas OGS Haldimand Co -26 Nov 1990.}

Source: http://us.geocities.com/c_igl/pafn04.htm#7339

Buried in Inman Rd Cem, Haldimand Co., Ontario.


545. Johannes Cornelius Decker

From 'Ten Eyck Family of New York' (web http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/teneyck.html)

511. Johannes Cornelius7 Decker (Cornelius6 , Johannes5 , Elsie4 Ten Broeck, Maria3 Ten Eyck, Coenraedt2 , Wilhelm1 ) was born 02 Jan 1767 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY, and died 02 Sep 1814 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. He married Sarah Dupuy 15 Nov 1787 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY, daughter of Johannes Depuy and Annatje Vanwagenen. She was born 09 Jun 1770 in Rochester, Ulster, NY, and died 30 Sep 1818 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY.
Children of Johannes Decker and Sarah Dupuy are:


771 i. Cornelius Johannes8 Decker, born 30 Mar 1789 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. He married Gertrude Bruyn; born 22 Feb 1795 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 20 Nov 1888 in Macomb, McDonough, IL.

772 ii. Annatje Decker, born 01 Sep 1790 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. She married Elijah Alliger 16 Dec 1814; born Abt. 1790.

773 iii. Elizabeth Decker, born 11 Nov 1792 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. She married Benjaman Alliger 16 Sep 1814; born Abt. 1792.

774 iv. Maria Decker, born 26 Dec 1794 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 27 Nov 1827. She married Levi Hasbrouck 06 Oct 1816; born Abt. 1794.

775 v. Catherine Decker, born 03 Nov 1797 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. She married Cornelius Smedes 08 Sep 1825; born Abt. 1797.

776 vi. John Du Puy Decker, born 14 Sep 1799 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 04 Feb 1881. He married Nancy Hoey 03 Mar 1827; born Abt. 1799.

777 vii. Sarah Hasbrouck Decker, born 21 Sep 1801 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 03 Apr 1839. She married Willett Lynderman 01 Jul 1824; born Abt. 1801.

778 viii. Rachel Decker, born 03 Aug 1803 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. She married Richard Jackson; born Abt. 1803.

779 ix. Moses Decker, born 19 Aug 1805 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. He married (1) Elsie Ann Jansen. He married (2) Jane Rhinehart 15 Feb 1821.

780 x. Margaret Ann Decker, born 01 Dec 1807 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY; died 15 Apr 1858. She married John M. Deyp 24 Nov 1827; born Abt. 1807.

781 xi. Elsie Decker, born 06 Apr 1810 in Shawangunk, Ulster, NY. She married Mathew Jansen 30 Oct 1834; born Abt. 1810.

782 xii. Josiah Decker, born 26 May 1813. He married Mary Elma [Unknown].

This date is supported also by gravestone information.

530
Cornelius Decker Johannes Benjamin Smedes
Elisabeth Decker 6/28/1767 Elsji Smedes his wife

Source: Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Shawangunk, Ulster Co. N.Y. Baptismal Records, Jean Worden, 1986

Decker, Johannis C. Sep. 30, 1818 43-3-22

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.

467 Decker, Johannes C/Shawgk/Will Bk F:1 6 Aug 1814 pvd 1814
5 daus: Annatie/wf Elijah Alliger, Elizabeth, Maria, Catherine, Sarah Hasbrouck"part fram adj Edward Schoonmaker & Pacanisink Rd; also tenements lately in possession William Goodjoin dec'd" other 3 daus when 21: Rachel, Margaret, & Elsie "130 acres out of N. part sd farm adj George Smith dec'd, E by Jonas P Terwilliger; W by Jonas P Terwilliger and Evert Decker excepting 10 acres on E. bank river opposite RAAS RIFT convenient for a mill or other water works"
4 sons: (Cornelius, John DePuy/Execs), Moses & Josiah
Exec: wf Sarah; also (son-in-law Elijah Alliger & my son Cornelius - Guardians); bro-in-law Josiah Hasbrouck, & nephew Levi Hasbrouck
Wtn: Johannes T Jansen, Thomas VanGaasbeek Jr; Charles Bruyn.


Sarah Dupuy

Gravestone indicates birthdate of 8 June 1775

Decker, Sarah, w. of Johannis C. Sep 30, 1818 43-3-22

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.


736. Annatje Decker

8. Alliger, Ann Decker, w. of Elijah, Jan. 10, 1853, 62-4-8.

http://www.hopefarm.com/marblcem.htm


Elijah Alliger

Based on age of 68-0-5 at death on Apr 22, 1856

14. Alliger, Elijah, April 22, 1856, 68-0-5.

http://www.hopefarm.com/marblcem.htm


740. John DePuy Decker

Birthdate supported by information on gravestone

Decker, John D. May 18, 1863 64-9-8

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.


Nancy Hoey

Birthdate indicated by information on gravestone

Decker, Nancy Hoey, w. of John D. May 18, 1863 64-9-8

Source: Old Gravestones of Ulster County, Shawangunk Reformed Dutch Church Ground - Copied Aug 15 & 16, 1924.


743. Moses Decker

Description: Decker Reunion lists Moses b. 1805