Elizabeth Van Woert: Birth: 18 FEB 1793 in Albany, Albany Co., New York. Death: 26 AUG 1854 in Goguac Prarie, near Battle Creek, Calhoun Co., Michigan
Title: Young, Clifford M., The Young (Jung) Families of the Mohawk Valley, 1710-1946 (Albany, NY: Pub. by Clifford Young, 1947)
Title: Fort, Jerome H., Genealogy of the Fort Family in New York State (Fredonia, NY: Edacra Press, 1993, reprint of 1923)
Title: Campbell, Dudley M., A Sketch of the History of Oneonta (Oneonta: Herald & Democrat Office, 1883)
Title: White, Virgil D., Genealogical Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files, Vol. 3 L-R (Waynesboro, TN: National Historical Pub. Co., 1990-92)
Title: DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Ed., Part III (P-Z) (National Society of the DAR: Washington, 1990)
Title: Bible record
Title: Pearson, Jonathan, Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany (Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., reprinted 1984)
Page: pgs. 139, 140
Title: Cemetery visit
Title: Duemyer, Louis, Intro. by, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, NY 1683-1809 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc. 1978)
Note: Bible record for VanWoert Family. http://126.96.36.199/search?q=cache:DtoabjBSFYsJ:www.fortunecity.com/millenium/woody/166/biblepvw.html+noxen+oneonta&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=23&gl=us.http://188.8.131.52/search?q=cache:DtoabjBSFYsJ:www.fortunecity.com/millenium/woody/166/biblepvw.html+noxen+oneonta&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=23&gl=us. In the Family Bible of Peter Van Woert [In this typed record, the format is inconsistent. To clarify, instead of using the original's ditto marks, I have inserted the word intended to be copied.] In the Family Bible of Peter Van Woert, on a loose leaf, was a Record of the Van Woert Family Grand parents. Jacob Van Woert, born July 1, 1754. Sarah Van Ness, born Mar. 26, 1754. Children John Van Woert Born Dec. 21[doublestrike 11], 1781. at Albany N.Y. Peter Van Woert Born Feb. 15, 1784. at Albany N.Y. Elizabeth Van Woert born Jan 15, 1788. died Dec. 12, 1790. Adrian Van Woert Born Mar. 16, 1790. Elizabeth Van Woert Born Feb. 18, 1793. Jacob Van Woert Born Dec. 15, 1796. Parents came to Oneonta N.Y. in 1806 or 1807. Peter Van Woert married Rhoby Potter, May 17, 1810. Rhoby Potter was born Mar. 26, 1792, died July 5, 1842. Their Children. 1. Jacob Van Woert born Aug. 9, 1811, died Aug. 22, [no date entered] 2. Nancy Van Woert born Aug. 18, 1812. 3. Jacob Peter Van Woert born Oct. 7, 1814. 4. Stafford Potter born May 16, 1819. 5. James Schoonhoven Van Woert born Apr. 23, 1821. 6. Joseph Allen Van Woert born June 9, 1823. 7. Elizabeth Van Woert born Aug. 1, 1825. 8. Maranda Ann Van Woert born Aug. 2, 1827. 9. William Burlingame Van Woert born Sept. 25, 1829. 10. Cornelia Ganet Van Woert born Mar. 15, 1832. Parents, James S. Van Woert married in 1843 to Catherine Noxen. Their Children. 1. Mary Baldwin born Mar. 6, 1845. 2. Jane Jones born Mar. 14, 1847. 3. Rohby [sic] Haladay born 1851. 4. Peter Van Woert born Dec. 12, 1859. Jacob Van Woert married Jane Bornt. 1. Clinton Van Woert 2. Hattie Cummings John Scrambling married Nancy Van Woert 1. Peter 2. Hellen Winsos [sic] 3. Rhoby Williams Peter Bundy married Sarah 1. Celestia Thorp 2. Harrison 3. Maranda Enderling Stafford married Elizabeth Bronson 1. Eddie 2. Herbert 3. Celestia 4. Lillian James married Catherine Noxen 1. Jane Jones 2. Rhoby Holaday [sic] 3. Peter Joseph married Mary [F]owler [letter unclear] 1. Hamilton 2. Ella Hale John Deitz married Elizabeth 1. Rhoby Travis 2. Marie Young [The next three entries were typed in the margin to the right of the previous three.] Lewis Van Woert married Maranda --- William Van Woert married Marie Fleming Delos Hathaway married Ganet Copied by Mrs. Zillah Van Cle_t [unclear letter] Bull. Oneonta Chapter, N.S.D.A.R. 1935. Bible Records 30, NY State p. 110 ---------------- Arrowheads, Fences, and Iron Horses, A History of the Town of Oneonta, Oneonta DAR Chapter, 1976. (S. Goodspeed sent several pages, I also 8found book at NSDAR in 5/01). pg. 12--"Sometime around 1806 Jacob VanWoert came from Albany. He settled on what is now known as the Pony Farm. He was a large landowner and built the beick houses standing on the lower section of the Pony Farm Road as the VanWoert Tavern. It was built of bricks made in his own kiln across the road from the house. It is probably the oldest brick building left standing in the Town today."
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