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Re: Pratchey was a slave not anyones wife
Posted by: Ace Maupin (ID *****4165) Date: June 08, 2009 at 09:44:03
In Reply to: Re: Pratchey was a slave not anyones wife by Bellinda Barnett of 986

1701 Signers of the
Petition to King William, III
See Petition

Of New York County

Tho. (--------)*
Jacob Adams
Alxsandier Alkorne
Jn. Alling*
Rob Allison
Peter Andere
Edward Anderson
Isaac Anderson
Robert Anderson
Will Anderson
Samuel Ash
Benj Ashe
Edward Ateril*
Thomas Badcock
N. Baijard
John Barberie
Jn Basford
Morgin Baxter*
Pr. Bayard
Sam Bayard
J. Bedwell
John Bell
Jn. Bench (French?)*
Flatbush Baptisms
...1680 Jun 27; Hendrick Ryke, Ida Jacobsz; Jannetie; Gerardus Beekman, Hendrikje Verplanken. 1680 Jul 04; Thomas Paris, Jannetie; Nicholas; Jan Wolphenkraft, Dorothy Wolphenkraft 1680 Jul 18; Jan Teunisz, Agatha Elbertz Stoothof;...
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...1711 06 Jul; John Webb; Anne Makke 1711 18 Aug; Barend de Klein; Cornelia Varik 1711 25 Aug; Patrik Marbuight; Annatje deLanoy 1711 06 Sep; Cornelis Klopper; Catharina Geveraet 1711 13 Oct; John Stoutenburg; Hendrica Duik
French Baptisms
...Jamain; Estienne; Elie Rambert, Sara Gaineau 1698 Jan 09; Isaac Garnier, Elisabeth Doublet; Francois; Francois Benech, Magdelaine Genou 1698 Feb 02; Jean Pierro, Marthe Maybie; Marie; Thimothy Archambaud, Jeanne Archambaud 1698 Mar...
NA Baptisms 1639-1730
...Titia; Vincentius Anthonidus Wichalt, Femmetje Bennet 1714 Jul 11; Charles Cromlyn, Anna Singlair; Anna; John Cottin, Wyntje Byvank - page 376 1714 Jul 14; Gerret Van Laar, Jannetje Streddels; Jannetje; Jacobus Rosevelt & wife...

Some of most prominent Indian Traders John Webb
John Cottin Cotten Thomas Parris John and Francis Benge Bench ect John Hatton all show to have been part of the French Huguenot Dutch reformist community of New York
via the Carribean then migrating south to the Carolinas Virginia

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