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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Hariett Kinsley Van Woert: Birth: 24 JUN 1839 in Oneonta, Otsego Co., New York. Death: 25 JUL 1885 in New York

  2. John Van Woert: Birth: 24 DEC 1846 in Lyme, Jefferson Co., New York. Death: 26 FEB 1908 in Lyme, Jefferson Co., New York

  3. Charles M. Van Woert: Birth: ABT 20 JUL 1853 in Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., New York. Death: 20 FEB 1878 in Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., New York


Sources
1. Title:   1850 U.S. Census
2. Title:   1860 U.S. Census
3. Title:   1870 U.S. Census
4. Title:   1880 U.S. Census
5. Title:   Miscellaneous
6. Title:   Young, Clifford M., The Young (Jung) Families of the Mohawk Valley, 1710-1946 (Albany, NY: Pub. by Clifford Young, 1947)

Notes
a. Note:   rst email giving him in Three Mile Bay, I went to Jefferson Co. on Rootsweb and searched for Adrian and he and family came up...they are buried in Three Mile Bay Cemetery in the town of Lyme as follows:    Name                             Epitaph                                            Cemetery VanWOERT, ADRIAN 14MAR1884 67Y11M 3MILE B VanWOERT, CHARLES M. SN.ADRIAN 20FEB1878 24Y7M 3MILE B VanWOERT, EMMA WF.JOHN 3AUG1898 48Y10M24D 3MILE B VanWOERT, INFANT SN.JOHN & EMMA 15SEP1872 3MOS 3MILE B VanWOERT, JOHN SN.ADRIAN 26FEB1908 60YRS 3MILE B VanWOERT, MARIA WF.ADRIAN 13MAR1887 73Y9M 3MILE B VanWOERT, MARY DAU.ADRIAN 14JAN1918 43Y5M 3MILE B (Note: I didn't list the last entry, as Mary isn't Adrian's dau., because she was b. when parents were in late 50's, and the fact that she wasn't listed in 1880 census, she would have been age 6. And was she b. 20 years after Charles? Note: I located her on 1900 census of her father, John. Same birth date of August 1874. ______________________ From Find-A-Grave (Aug. 2010) Van Woert, Adrian 41480533 b. Apr. 14, 1816 d. Mar. 14, 1884 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, Charles M 41484557 b. Jul. 20, 1853 d. Feb. 20, 1878 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, Emma Cole 41480343 b. Sep. 10, 1849 d. Aug. 3, 1898 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, Infant 41485462 b. 1872 d. Sep. 15, 1872 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, John 41480198 b. Dec. 24, 1847 d. Feb. 26, 1908 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, Maria Kinsley 41480618 b. Jun. 13, 1813 d. Mar. 13, 1887 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA Van Woert, Mary 41485611 b. unknown d. Jan. 14, 1918 Three Mile Bay Cemetery Jefferson County New York, USA ____________________ From Bard Van Woert Prentiss August 2010 The Young,/Jung Genealogy lists an Adrian as being their child,born1813-1818 Adrian was born in 1816 according to: his age as listed on his gravestone, and census entries from 1850 until his death. His daughter: Harriet Kinsley VanWoert Fish’s DAR application includes a birth date for her as well as one for Adrian and says that Adrian was born in Onoenta. Years of careful research has failed to turn up any other Adrian Van Woert being of the correct age in the Onoenta region during the period I know him to have lived there. His uncle Adrian went to Mich. before Adrian left for Jefferson County and anyway they’re ages were significantly different. Adrian was born in Onoenta circa 1816 and lived there until 1849. In that time he was involved in various real estate transactions in Onoenta. He purchased his Fox Creek farm in Jefferson County in1849 The census for entry for John Van Woert 1820 lists one son 0-5 years The census for entry for John Van Woert 1830 lists two sons: one 5-1o 10 and one 10-15 . Adrian would have been 14. The younger one would be Andrew. The census for entry for John Van Woert 1840 lists John and two men the right ages for Adrian and Andrew. More interestingly a 0-5 female child ( Adrians first child Harriet Kinsley was born in 1839) a women 20 – 30 which could be his wife, Mariah, since all or most of his sisters were married by then, and Lany. John Van Woert had a brother named Adrian. In the Dutch tradition it is common to name children after family members. Adrian named his son, born in Onoenta in 1846, John. If I’m right he did so to honor his father. Whatever my grandmother told Mrs. Stevens convinced her “without a doubt” that our Adrian and the son of John and Lany were one and the same
Note:   From Sandy, based on some info. I provided to her: " Because of your fi


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