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Revolutionary War period.- Timothy and Nathanial Minard in Ulster County, NY
Posted by: John Godfrey (ID *****6097) Date: May 30, 2004 at 11:46:36
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Timothy and Nathanial Minard (and 60+ others, including David Godfrey, my fourth-great grandfather) applied to Governor Clinton in 1790 for a grant of the land that they occupied in the Mamakating section of Ulster County during the Revolution. Land records show that Timothy Minard and David Godfrey occupied neighboring farms in/near the Mount Hope area of Ulster County (now on Sullivan-Orange border).

Family tradition has it that Deborah Minard married Daniel Godfrey, son of David. And, Deborah and Daniel named one of their sons Timothy. Daniel and Deborah occupied a farm in High View, NY. They are buried in the Old School Baptist
Cemetery in Mount Hope.

I have no genealogy of Deborah, and no documentation of her birth and marriage.

Message #31 of this board mentions Timothy and Nathanial Minard. Anyone out their with info on my Grandma Deborah???


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