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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Caroline Julia Ten Eyck: Birth: 10 AUG 1887 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Death: 19 DEC 1964 in St. Louis Hosp., Cowansville, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada

  2. SARAH DUMONT TEN EYCK: Birth: 30 JUN 1890 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Death: 20 APR 1953 in Kensington, Hartford Co., Connecticut

  3. Magdalen Ten Eyck: Birth: 18 NOV 1891 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Death: 16 AUG 1980 in St. Jean, St. Jean, Quebec, Canada

  4. Mary Helena Ten Eyck: Birth: 10 JAN 1896 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Death: 22 OCT 1984 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut

  5. Carlton Henry Ten Eyck: Birth: 29 NOV 1903 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Death: 13 FEB 1957 in Dunham, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada


Sources
1. Title:   Dunham 1867 - 1992 (Anniversary Book) (Pub. Editions Louis Bilodeau & Fils Ltee, Sherbrook, Quebec 1992)
2. Title:   Canadian Census of 1861
3. Title:   Canadian Census of 1871
4. Title:   Canadian Census of 1881
5. Title:   Canadian Census of 1891
6. Title:   Canadian Census of 1901
7. Title:   Ellis, Margaret, Ten Eyck Lineage Papers (Missisquoi Historical Society, Stanbridge E., Quebec, Canada)
8. Title:   Quebec National Archives Microfilm #124.2
9. Title:   Death Record
10. Title:   Cemetery visit
11. Title:   Quebec National Archives Microfilm #347.3
12. Title:   Marriage Record

Notes
a. Note:   /www.iro.umontreal.ca/~marcotte/VeloBerville/Monter/Monter12/TenEyck.html&prev=/search%3Fq%3D~marcotte%2BVelo%2BMonter%2BMonter%2B24%2BSouth%2Bsite:www.iro.umontreal.ca%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DX&rurl=translate.google.com&twu=1&usg=ALkJrhiK3sccRX3jiELWsPpfcSnktBOJCw (Ten Eyck Road) Dunham Census Records 1851TenEyck,Jane53(my ggg grandmother, widow of Andrew)Andrew 33(child of Andrew & Jane, never married) Sarah 30(child of Andrew & Jane, never married) Magdalena 28(child of Andrew & Jane, never married) 1851TenEyck,Henry34(my great-great grandfather) Caroline 29 (Caroline Rosenberger, wife of Henry) Andrew 1 (child of Henry & Caroline) Rosenberg Martha14 (of Stanbridge, prob. niece of Caroline & Henry) 1861TenEyckHenry42 (my great-great grandfather) Caroline 37(Caroline Rosenberger, wife of Henry) Jane 7(child of Henry & Caroline) Margaret 5(child of Henry & Caroline) George 3(child of Henry & Caroline) Charles 1(my great grandfather) Andrew 40(sibling of Henry) Jane 63(my ggg grandmother, widow of Andrew) Sarah 38(sibling of Henry) Magdalena 36(sibling of Henry) 1871TenEyckAndrew 58(child of Andrew & Jane) Jane 71(my ggg grandmother, widow of Andrew) Sarah 49(child of Andrew & Jane) Magdalena 47(child of Andrew & Jane) 1871TenEyckHenry52(my gg grandfather, wife Caroline Rosenberger died 1866) Jane 17(child of Henry & Caroline) Mary 15(child of Henry & Caroline) George 13(child of Henry & Caroline) Charles 11(my great grandfather) 1881TenEyckHenry62(my gg grandfather, wife Caroline Rosenberger died 1866) Mary 25(child of Henry & Caroline) Charles 21(my great grandfather) Jesse 7(child, born in England) 1881TenEyckAndrew61(sibling ofHenry)(father born in U.S.) Sarah 59(sibling of Henry)“ M.L. 57(sibling of Henry)“ 1891TenEyckAndrew71(sibling to Henry, who died 1886) Sarah 69(sibling of Henry) Magdalena 67(sibling of Henry) Mary 35(daughter of Henry) 1891TenEyckCharles 31(my great grandfather) Lydia J. 23(my great grandmother) Caroline 3(sibling of grandmother) Sarah D. 1(my grandmother) Jesse 18(born in England 1901TenEyckCharles41(my great grandfather) Jane 33(my great grandmother) Caroline 13(child of Charles & Jane)Sarah11(my grandmother) Magdelena 9(child of Charles & Jane) Mary 5(child of Charles & Jane) ________ From Missisquoi Heritage News, the Missisquoi Historical Society, Fall 2011 issue. "Restoration Granted Earlier this year an application was sent to the Centre de conservation du Quebec (CCQ) requesting restoration for the red wool Ten Eyck coat housed in our museum. The coat was donated by the Ten Eyck family many years ago and dates from the pre-Revolutionary War period (circa 1760s) and was brought into Missisquoi County by United Empire Loyalists Andres Ten Eyck in the 1790s. The coat is one of the artefacts in our collection which serves to represent our museum on a national scale. The application to the CCQ was successful and before the end of 2011 the coat will be leaving our museum and will travel to the CCQ in Quebec for the many months it will take to have the coat restored to an excellent condition."
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