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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Anna Neer: Birth: BET 2 AUG 1749 AND 11 ??? 1749 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York.

  2. Georg Neer: Birth: 9 DEC 1751 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York.

  3. Carl Neer: Birth: 15 DEC 1754 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York.

  4. Johannes Hannes Neher: Birth: 7 OCT 1757 in Rhinebeck Flats, New York. Death: BEF 1842

  5. Jacob Neer: Birth: 14 DEC 1760 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York.

  6. Anna Maria Neer: Birth: ABT 17 OCT 1763 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York.

  7. David Neer: Birth: 8 MAR 1767 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., New York. Death: AFT 1850 in of Malta, Saratoga Co., New York

  8. Frederick C. Neer: Birth: ABT 1773 in New York. Death: 19 MAY 1851 in Moreau, Saratoga Co., New York


Sources
1. Title:   Jones, Henry Z., Jr., The Palatine Families of New York (A Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710) (Universal City, CA: 1985)
2. Title:   Frashuer, Mary Near, Our Canadian Nears and Early Kin Descendants of Carl Naeher, Palatine Immigrant to Colonial America, 1710 (Akron, Ohio : MFC Print. & Pub. Co., 1973)
3. Title:   Birth information

Notes
a. Note:   rl Naeher, Palatine Immigrant to Colonial America, 1710, (Akron, Ohio : MFC Print. & Pub. Co., 1973). Page 160. "Jacob was first listed as a tax payer in Rhinebeck Precinct in June '48 and his name continued through June 1768 (SupRecDC). It is not yet known exactly where he lived thereafter, though the family was undoubtedly in Rensselaer County since four sons had children baptized there between 1778 and 1790 (CBL). Possibly he lived in Pittstown where his son Jacob returned for a short time from Montgomery Co. (MCD). Robert's 'N.Y. in the Revolution' lists a Jacob Neher as one of those whose property was confiscated after the Rev. War due to Loyalist sympathies, but no location was give. However a study of Canadian land petitions and lists of United Empire Loyalists reveals that Jacob, Charles, John and Frederick were soldiers in the King's Royal Regt.--Jacob and Charles serving in the unit, Jessup's Rangers, under Christian Wehr, Sr. (Histories of Eastern Townships show Christian Wehr as one of earliest settlers). No land petition has yet been found for Jacob or Charles, but John received a grant in Fredericksburg, Canada West, while Frederick went in East District Cornwall. This was a divided family as were so many during the Rev.---George, Jacob and David were probably patriots, since they remained in N.Y.S."
Note:   Frashuer, Mary Near, Our Canadian Nears and Early Kin Descendants of Ca


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