Title: Steve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie/Mabee/Maybee Records for the First Three Generations in North America, Url: http://f
Page: Sophia Romeyn's will
Title: Bill Thurloq, Software: FTW, Compiler Address: [email protected]
Title: 6,000 New York Ancestors; A compendium of Mabie Research
Author: R. Robert Mutrie
Title: MS 287 - Lori DuBois, Number: 287
Author: Lori Jean DUBOIS
Publication: 2 April 2001
Title: Chronology of Mabie/Mabee/Maybee Records, Orange, Rockland, Dutchess, Westchester, Ulster Counties in NY
Author: Steve Mabie
Title: Emails from Barbara Millar, Compiler Address: [email protected]
Page: Microfilm: F16300, New Brunswick Land Grants, Volume: NS-1,~~Page: 144, Grant: 37
Author: Barbara Miller
Note: Family moved to New Rochelle in 1700 [!]. They resided at New Rochelle, NY then moved to Yorktown, NY sometime after 1732. Simon was a Loyalist in the American Revolution and in 1783 at the advanced age of 82, he led a mass exodus of children , grandchildren and great grandchildren to New Brunswick , Canada in the various spring summer and fall fleets of that year. He settled at St. Stephen NB, Canada and died soon afterward in 1783. Grenville McKenzie states that he married a second time to and unnamed spouse and that the youngest three children were by the second marriage. was listed as a freeholder The 3/22/1773 edition of the "New York Gazette and the Weekly Mercury" contained a notice by Simon Mabee, of Courtlandt's Manor, Westchester County. Simon was offering a reward of 5 Pounds for the return of a runaway slave named Ned, missing since 1/5/1773. Simon was a loyalist in the American Revolution and in 1783 at the advanced age of 82 led a mass exodus of children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to New Brunswick Canada in the various spring, summer and fall of that year Simon was a loyalist in the American Revolution and in 1783 at the advanced age of 82 led a mass exodus of children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren to New Brunswick Canada in the various spring, summer and fall of that year Simon Mabie was made a widower by the death of Marie Landrin Before 1750 Westchester County, New York Re-registered NS Grant of 1784/09/17: 3/4 Acre Garden Lots From the Maybee Society files. Not all data is verified. Say dates are estimates and are probably within 20 years. The Maybee Society keeps its data on The Master Genealogist̐▮ư, and has been modified by Gary Hester?s WIT2NOTE̐▮ư to form the GedCom file.
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