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101 1653/54 BRIGHAM, Samuel (I2720)
102 1659 17 Jan; Gerrit Janszen van Campen, Soldaet; Macktelt Stoffels, wid Anthony Lodewyck [Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York these are banns not a marriage record so married after this date] Family F2277
103 1659/60 WELLES, Governor Thomas (I2676)
104 1663/1664 Elizabeth (I1724)
105 1665 according to NEHGS online database of Springfield marriages, transcribed, not original image. NOBLE, Deacon Thomas (I566)
106 1679 24 Dec; Jan Broersse Decker, wid Heiltie Jacobs, liv Marbletown; Willemtie Jacobs, wid Jan Cornelisse, of Gottenburgh, liv Kingston. [Kingston, New York, Dutch Reform Church marriages 1660-1809] This is Jan’s second marriage after Hieltje died. Family F2276
107 1687 23 Jul; Jan Geritzen, jm, born Kingstown; Titjen Deckers, jd, born Kings Town [Kingston, New York, Dutch Reform Church marriages 1660-1809] Family F2189
108 1687, Aug. 7. First banns. Dirk Van der Karre, y.m., and Feytje Claasz [van schaak?], from Kinderhook. Family F2378
109 1690, Jan. 8. Ariaantje, of Dirk Van der Kerre [and Feitje Claasz?]. Wit.: Johannes Abeel. Presented By Jannetje Papendorp. <—baptized VAN DER KERR, Ariaentje (I3065)
110 17 a. Trin:  KRISTENSON OSEID, Lars (I1543)
111 17 Nov 1701 - Talbot Co., MD Liber RF #9, f 106 Deed of Gift from William Jump to daughter Elizabeth Feaye, wife of George Feaye, son-in-law to me... a parcel of land out of a tract of 500A called "Jump's Chance"... if she die without issue, land to go to my son William.
• 10 Nov 1703 - Talbot Co., MD; Will of William Purnell witnessed by Wm Jump, Susanna Draper, Geo Daugherty, and George Fee (Talbot Co., MD Will Book 3, p 23). [This might be the father of this George Fee. The father and William Jump were of the same generation]
• 30 Jan 1716 - Dorchester Co., MD, Liber FF #7, f 386. Patent to Peter Taylor, 1500 A called "Glascoe" 100 A of which was assigned to George Fee.
• 13 Aug 1717 - Kent Co., DE Bk H, pp 98/99; From Moses Whittaker to George Feay 150 A of land north of Philadelphia. Consideration: forty eight pounds of lawful money of Pinsilvania (sic).
• 26 Aug 1724 - Queen Anne's Co., MD, Liber I. K. B., p 267; George Feay of Dorc. Co., planter, and wife Elizabeth to Thomas Swan of Talbot Co. Consideration 2,000 lb tobacco, 50 A of land, part of "Jump's Chance" on north side of Tuckahoe Creek. Willed by William Jump to daughter Elizabeth.
• 22 Nov 1726 - George Fay of Dorchester County, MD, wife Elizabeth, and George Feay, Jr., their eldest son, sell to William Swan for 4500 lb tobacco 100 acres called "Jump's Chance." (Queen Anne's Co., Liber I. K. C., p 81)
• 1727 - Dorchester Co., MD, Vol 5, 8 Old, pp 159-161; from George Feay of Kent Co., Supera Delaware and Elizabeth his wife to Richard Smith, 100 A "Glascoe" for the sum of twenty one pounds current silver money of MD.

Pearson84 speculates that the Parent of these children was a Thomas Fee. The evidence is otherwise.

The 1701 Deed of Gift shows that George Fee married Elizabeth Jump. The 1726 sale of “Jump’s Chance” shows that George Fee and Elizabeth had a son, George, Jr. living in 1726. An extensive search of Maryland records by many people over many years shows that there was only one George Fee in Maryland after 1725 and that was George Fee who married Parnell in Queen Annes Co. in 1725 or 1726 and moved west to what became Frederick Co., MD. The will of William Fee proves that George Fee who m. Parnell, Thomas Fee who m. Margaret Hook, Elizabeth Fee whom m. Richard Ankrom, Mary Fee who m. __ Cox, and Rebecca Fee who m. ___ Jones were all his siblings and thus all the children of George Fee and Elizabeth Jump.

84. Col. Ralph E. Pearson, A History of the Fee Family (1969) [NGS Library] 
FEE, George Jr. (I2825)
112 171 Hamilton St., ward 6 SMITH, Diana/Dinah (I3304)
113 1711 Nov. 4 bap. at Loonenburgh, b at Kockshaghki in the latter part of last Oct.
Maria child of Jan Van Loon Jr and wife Rebecca
Witnesses Jan Albartsen and Maritje Van Loon. 
VAN LOON, Marie (I1581)
114 1711 Saturd 29 [September] …Last night Mary Chapell Died & this afternoon Tho Pember was fond Dead who was Drownded Last Saturday night. [Drowned in Nahantic River Sept 27, 1711]
1711 Sund 30far. I went out to Pembers to serve on ye jury and to his funeral. Between meetings both he and Mary Chappell was buried no miner mr adams is sick. Mr Christophers Read.

Savage, (V.3, pg 387) says Thomas Pember was in New London, 1686. Death by drowning September 22, 1711 (body found September 29, 1711, see Joshua Hempstead's diary). He first appears on New London records as a freeman and voter in 1686, and in the list of new inhabitants between 1670 and 1700, "Pember, Thomas, 1686." He lived near Nehantic Bay.

According to the First Church of Christ of New London's baptismal records:
1692 15 May Tho. PEMBER and his wife owned ye Covt; she was baptized Agnes and yr children, Mercy, Thomas, Elizabeth.
1694 2 Apr Tho. PEMBER's child, Ann.
1696 12 Apr   Mr. PEMBER's child John.

That all five children were still alive at his death is born out through the probate record of November 13, 1711. Reference is made to the oldest son and the "four remaining children." Savage must have read that to mean that only four were still living, but the context is clear that five were intended because one received 10L and the other four received 5L. 
PEMBER, Thomas (I3323)
115 1713 Nov 15 bap. at Klinckenberg in Albany b Sept. 8 at Lonenburg, Elsje d of Jan VAn Loon Jr and Rebecca.
Witnesses Omi La Grancie Jr and wife Elsje, and in their absence stood Jan Albertse and Maritje Van Loon, the grandmother 
VAN LOON, Elsje (I1370)
116 1714 WARNER, Nathaniel (I3313)
117 1715 Nov 13 at the same time and place, b Sept 18 at Lonenburg.
Johannes child of Jan Van Loon jr and wife Rebecca
Witnesses Jan Casperson and Henrickje Halenbeeck. 
VAN LOON, Johannes (I1577)
118 1716 BARRON, Mary (I3014)
119 1722 Jan 28 bap. at our meeting in my house at Gospelhoeck, b. at Lonenburg Jan 17:
Catharina child of Jan Van Loon and wife Rebecca.
Witnesses Niclaes Van Loon and Maria wife of Albert Van Loon. 
VAN LOON, Catharina (I2350)
120 1727 MOBLEY, John Jr (I653)
121 1733/34 Family F1231
122 1746 according to index of original records FARRINGTON, Judith (I309)
123 1751 Jun 30 — baptized Johannes, of Johannes I. Wendel and Sara Bergen. Wit.: Isaac and Maria Swits.
1752 Nov 11 — baptized Francyntje, of Johannes I. Wendel and Sara Bergen. Wit.: Abram and Francyntje Bergen.
1755 Aug 17 — baptized Joris, of Johannis I. Wendel and Sarah Bergen. Wit.: Evert Wendel, Jacomeyntje Betom.
1758 Jan 29 — baptized Joris, of Johannis Wendel and Sarah Bergen. Wit.: Simon I. and Catalyntje Veeder.

Viele family book gives her parents as possibly: Joris Bergen and Francyntje Abrahamse 
BERGEN, Sara (I3658)
124 1753 Mar. 4. After 3 B[anns]. Gerrit Rosa, y[unmarried] m[man]., of Es. and Annatje Becker, y[unmarried].d[woman]., of K[ingston]. Family F2184
125 1759 in Virginia.

He was a Revolutionary War Veteran and a companion of Daniel Boone.

He witnessed the land grant of Closs THOMPSON Sr. and Jane JONES on 6 May 1778 200 acres on the north side of the South Yadkin River, Rowan County , North Carolina (joining Richmon Pierson's survey on the east, Samuel Busey's land on the west, and James Wallie's entry on the northeast. Closs received North Carolina Land Grant #155 @ 50 shillings per 100 acres on 21 March, 1780. The surveyor was Griffith Rutherford . James Lee and Closs Thompson, Jr. signed the survey as chain bearers. The land was bounded on the east by the land of Laurence Thompson who is thought to be a brother to Closs, on the west by SamuelBusey and on the west by James Wallace. Laurence Thompson apparently bought this land at about the same time Closs was getting this grant because on the original entry certificate [May 1778], the land on the east was owned by Richard Pearson, but by the time of the survey [July 1779] it was owned by Laurence. This land was later (1836) in Davie County).

On 20 Aug 1783, Private James Lee was given the first of three land grants by the State of Virginia . The second grant was dated 4 January 1785 and the third, 3 May 1822. Each was for 100 acres.12 He married Mary Elizabeth “Polly” Jones. (Could this have been the daughter of John Jones?) circa 1784 Virgina or Kentucky.13,1 He was on the tax list on 2 Jun 1787 Fayette County, Kentucky (His cousin Thomas JONES Jr. was visited on the same day).14 He was living circa 1811 near the mouth of Twin Creek, Butler County , Ohio , when he was visited by Elder Wilson THOMPSON. James LEE Jr. died in Sep 1819 Prairie Creek township, Vigo County , Indiana. He was buried Prairie Creek Baptist Church Cem, Vigo County , Indiana.

The above information found online not properly sourced. 
LEE, James (I293)
126 175[?] exact date not on record CROSS, Solomon (I3520)
127 1767
Lea Jurrie Van Loon Anthony Winne
Aug. 16 Lena d of. Commertje Vosburgh 
VAN LOON, Lea (I2902)
128 1779 according to death record. Birth listed as in Wood County, WV. Census of 1850 indicates born in Pennsylvania. BROWN, Margret (Mary/Aunt Polly) (I1506)
129 1790 Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont details:
Bulah Billings 3(free white males-16), 2(free white males 16+), 5(free white females) 10 in household

1800 Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont details:
Beulah Billing females 1(10-15) 1(45+) 
FAY, Beulah (I1651)
130 1794-1800 using two censuses 1820-1830 CROSS, Clarisa (I2308)
131 18 at time of enlistment in 1776 in January according to pension file. There is also a DAR record source but the pension is more reliable. SHAW, James (I137)
132 1801 has her birth at about 1715, no parish record found for birth PERSDATTER BLEIE, Åsa (I1776)
133 1821
no. 30 on register page
Lars Aadsen Qvastad 33, ??? gl. forseu[?] i gift. Landrmorns maud guarsmanns Sen
[can’t read most of the above most if it is guessing]

Christi Olddatter Qvastad fra Røldal Barufad 28 aar gb ejnnasen ?ign

Ole Aadsen
Lars Johannessen Qvastad

28th December 1821 in kirken

Qvastad is Kvestad in other sources. 
Family F1345
134 1826 May 29 Monongalia County, West Virginia [deed_cleggalex_vOS10p350WV.pdf]:
Know all men by these presents that I Alexander Clegg of Monongalia County, for and in consideration of the sum of money that I am due and owing Alexander Lance and Margaret his wife and for the further consideration of one Dollar lawful money of Virginia to me in hand paid the Receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, I have freely given, granted, bargained, sold and Delivered unto them the said Alexander Lance and Margaret his wife, all the following property to wit:

one negro woman named (Susanna) and
her two Daughters Ann <—shows up in estate inventory of Alexander Clegg in 1829**
and Malin[d]a them and their after increase, <—shows up in estate inventory of Alexander Clegg in 1829**
upwards of two hundred acres of Land in Monongalia County on Dunkard Creek being the whole tract of Land whereon I now live called Stradlers Town [now known as Pentress],
four head of horses,
eight head of cattle,
and six feather beds and beding
say furniture to the said Beds belonging

all the aforesaid property to the said Alexander Lance and his wife Margaret for and during their natural lives or the life of the survivor of them, and at the decease of both of them then to go to the children of the said Margaret that she now has or may hereafter have. To have and to Hold all the aforesaid property forever. In witness wherof the said Alexander Clegg doth hereunto set his hand and seal this 29th day of May in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty Six.

Signed, Sealed, and Delivered in the presence of us
Wm Thomas Jacob Lantz Peter[hisXmark]Yager Alexander Clegg[SEAL}

** Both of these ladies are mentioned in the Estate Inventory of Alexander Clegg:
Than is in the said bill charged two Negro girls amt $230- not sold at the public and?? but has been since sold by said Lantz to John Brookover for $280 as I have been informed… 
MINOR, Margaret (I97)
135 1830 census indicates a couple of an age to be recently married to eachother. No children. Family F76
136 1830 US Federal Census:
living Western District of Monongalia County, Virginia (not west virginia yet)

1840 US Federal Census:
living in West Monongalia, Monongalia County, Virginia (not west virginia yet)

1850 US Federal Census:
living in Monongalia, Monongalia County, Virginia (not west virginia yet) says born in Virginia

1860 US Federal Census:
living in Not Stated, Tyler County, Virginia (not west virginia yet) says born in Virginia

1870 US Federal Census:
living in McElroy, Tyler County, West Virginia says born in West Virginia 
LEMASTERS, Septimus (I2058)
137 1841 according to death record which is probably wrong; 1845, 1846, 1847, various census records. The earliest census for him is 1860 he is 13 making him born 1847. SHEPARD, Elza F. (I85)
138 1850 census HAYS, Malinda (I441)
139 1850 census BROWN, Nancy? (I1228)
140 1850 census LANTZ, Jacob (I1909)
141 1850 census LANTZ, Lewis (I1913)
142 1850 census LANTZ, Massy (I1915)
143 1850 census LANTZ, Lot (I1916)
144 1850 census HATCH, Juliette C. (I1997)
145 1850 census HATCH, Daniel M. B. (I1998)
146 1850 census HATCH, Esther L. (I1999)
147 1850 census HATCH, Elam A (I2001)
148 1850 census CROSS, Mandrick Amandor (I2310)
149 1850 census Arrietta (I2690)
150 1850 census and death record CROSS, Daniel (I635)

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