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NEWSLETTER:The Greater Tallman Family Newsletter Winter Issue, No.4 1986.

Information for this family extracted from the Ancestrial File in the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Data from Peter R. Hymans POB 328 Penryn, Cal. 95663 Email Address is
Ancestour@aol.com

Subject: Tallmon ancestry update
Date: Sun 20 Feb 2000 20:24
From: Kimberly Knutson kknutsn@trib.com
To: mama@slkc.uswest.net

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From Ancestry.com, "Desecendants of Tunis Wells and Other Surnames", by Dave Wells :

"(Sarah) who, according to Ann was not Peter's offspring. Referred to as 'Ann Hill's Child Begotten by Another Man' by some Tallman researchers. "
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TALLMAN, Sarah (I14545)
 
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TALLMAN, Ann (I14534)
 
3 1 NAME A. J. /Fortner/
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[merrifield.FTW]

NOTE: Andrew Jackson Fortney was called "Jack."

NARA M-653, Roll 608, 1860 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Columbia Township, p. 818, #1317/1269: Andrew J. Fortney, 30, m, farmer, $600/$200, MO; Jemima, 26, f, KY; Nannie F, 2, f, KY.

NARA M-593, Roll 760, 1870 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 15, #228/237: Fortney, Andrew, 40, m, W, farmer, $400/--, MO; Jemima, 35, f, W, Keeps house, Kentucky; Nancy, 12, f, W, Missouri; John, 6, m, W, MO.

NARA T-9, Reel 676, 1880 U.S. Census, Boone Co., MO, Cedar Township, p. 71, [no household numbers in this section]: Fortner, A J, W, m, 50, Farmer, MO/VA/NC; Mima, W, f, 48, Wife, Keeping house, KY/KY/KY; John W., W, m, 18, Son, MO/MO/KY; Goodin, Martin, W, m, 28, Servant, KY/KY/KY.

1900 U.S. Census, Cedar Township, Boone Co., MO, #56/59: Fortney, Andrew J., father, W, m, b. Jan. 1832, 68, MO/NC/NC, in household of son John W. Fortney.

Columbia Missouri Herald, 14 June 1907, p. 5, col. 4:
OLD CITIZEN DIED SATURDAY
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A. J. Fortney Died of Old Age at His
Old Home Nine Miles South of
Columbia
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A.J. Fortney, aged 77 years, died at the home of his son nine miles south of Columbia Saturday night, June 8, at 10 o'clock. This death was not very sudden as his health had been gradually giving away on account of old age. Mr. Fortney wan in this county and lived here all his life. His wife died several years ago. He leaves one son, J.W. Fortney, with whom he made his home in recent years. J.H. Fortney, of this county, is his brother. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Rayburn and Mrs. Lucinda Barnes, both of Boone county.
He was buried Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Fortney grave yard near his old home. No funeral was preached. 
FORTNEY, Andrew Jackson (I17092)
 
4 1 NAME Anna Talemanns /(maybe?)/
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From the book, "English Origins of New England Families", by Gary Boyd Roberts:

Henry Tallman, of Hamburg ... "He probably married Anna ? who may have been Anna Talemanns who was a godmother at the baptism of Anna, daughter of Peter Tallman, on 18 May 1608." 
?, Anna (I14594)
 
5 1 NAME Annie Jane /Kinsman/
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According to the 1880 Census in La Salle, Annie was 10 at the time ofthe enumeration.

Note from John Steele, Annie Jane was born,according to her death record at the Courthouse, on 31 Mar 1870 (in Mineral Point WI) and died on December 6, 1947. She lived her last few years here in Plankinton, with one of her daughters, Nettie Watson, who, with her husband, was in the grocery store business here. (That information also comes from grandma Esther, not a public record) The death records of both Joseph and Elizabeth give their place ofbirth as "England," without further description. 
KINSMAN, Anna Jane "Hattie" (I16427)
 
6 1 NAME Barent /Van Slyck/ VAN SLYCK, Barent (I12792)
 
7 1 NAME Benjamin T. /Tallman/
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From the book, "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman:

Peter Tallman; son of Henry ; of Germany.
Born about 1623 in Hamburgh, Germany ... "

"Married: 2d. 1665. Taunton, Rhode Island to Joan Briggs. Born ? Died 1685. Daughter of Samuel Briggs.

Children:
Jonathan, ...
James, ...
dau., ...
John, ...
dau., ...
Nathaniel, ...
Benjamin, born Jan. 28, 1685 Portsmouth, R.I.
. . . "

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Benjamin Tallman
Born Jan. 28, 1684-5 at Portsmouth, R.I. Of Warwick, R.I. Died May 20, 1759 at Warwick, R.I.
Married: 1st. Sep. 23, 1708 at Portsmouth to Patience Durfee. Daughter of Thomas Durfee and Deliverence Hall. Born Portsmouth, R.I. Died 1723(?).

Children:
Benjamin, born June 19, 1710 at Portsmouth, R.I.
Mary, born Aug. 2, 1712 at Portsmouth, R.I.
Deliverance, born Feb. 4, 1714-5 at Portsmouth, R.I.
William, born Mar. 25, 1720 at Portsmouth, R.I.
Patience, born Apr. 6, 1721 at Portsmouth, R.I.

Married: 2d. June 7, 1724 at Portsmouth, R.I. to Deborah Cook. Daughter of Capt. John Cook and Mary ? of Tiverton, R.I.

Children:
James,
Sarah,
John, "

"Benjamin Tallman:
Will of Benjamin Tallman, proven Aug. 13, 1759. Wife Deborah Extr.
Sons: Benjamin, William, and James. Daughters: Mary Fish, Deliverance Sisson, Patience Tallman, and Sarah Godfrey. And grand daughter Bethin and Freelove Tallman."

From the book, "The Tallman Genealogical Record", by Virgil Burdette Tallman:

"Benjamin Tallman was recorded as the 13th child of Peter Tallman but as noted elsewhere, he was the 12th since the 10th child and the 4th child are one and the same person. He is the 5th and last child of Peter T. and Joan Briggs.

Benjamin T. was born in Portsmouth R.I., June 28, 1684 and died 20 May, 1759 in Warwick RI. Benjamin T. and Patience Durfee were married at Portsmouth RI. Sept 23, 1708, at Portsmouth. Patience Tallman died in 1723, at Portsmouth. Benjamin T. married (2nd) Deborah Cook and established his residence at Warwick R.I. where he died. Benjamin T. is reported to have been a ship captain.

Excerpts of Benjamin Tallman's (1-12) will dated July 5, 1755 and proved Aug. 13, 1759. Executrix, wife Deborah. To son Benjamin, land in Portsmouth with buildings; to dau. Mary Fish 5 Pounds; to daughter, Deliverance Sisson, 50 Pounds; to daughter Patience Tallman, 45 Pounds; and new chest; to sons William and James 20 s each; to daughter Sarah Godfrey, a feather bed; to grand-daughters Bethaniah and Freelove Tallman each a half of the bounty money that was their father's on account of the expedition against Cape Breton. To wife, the homestead in Warwick, 2 acres for life, and then equally to grandsons William and Samuel, sons of James; to wife also the whole of the moveable estate.

Inventory 498 Pounds, 15s 11d, viz.; wearing apparel 26 Pounds, shoemakers tools 20 Pounds, 16 s. (noted also where as $100 which may be O.K. The dollar was first minted in 1794), bond 90 Pounds, 2 old wheels, 8 swine, 2 hens, etc., etc.."

Honorable Peleg Tallman 1764-1841 His Ancestors and Descendants (William M. Emery) Privately Printed 1935. Salt Lake Family History Library has a copy.

New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols 69 and 85;
"Aspinwall Notarial Records;" Austin's "Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island;"
"Colonial Records of Connecticut," Vol. 1; "Records of New Amsterdam, 1653-1674," Vols. 1 and 2;
Banks' "History of Martha's Vineyard," Vol. 1;
Plymouth Colony Records (Printed copy), Vol. 5; town records of Portsmouth, R.I.

Benjamin Tallman was a farmer and cordwainer. He married Patience Durfee, daughter of Thomas and Deliverance (Hall) Durfee. He married second to Deborah Cook, daughter of John and Mary Cook.

"Sanfor database showed year of birth as 1684, but this was in the 1684/1685 winter before the new calendar. He is reported to have been a ship captain.
Excerpts of Benj's Will dated July 5, 1755 and proved Aug. 13, 1759. Executrix, wife Deborah. To son Benjamin, land in Portsmouth with buildings; to dau. Mary Fish £ 5; to daughter, Deliverance Sisson, £ 50; to dau. Patience Tallman, £ 45; and new chest; to sons William and James 20 s each; to daughter Sarah Godfrey, a feather bed; to grand-daughters Bethaniah and Freelove Tallman each a half of the bounty money that was their father's on account of the expedition against Cape Breton. To wife, the homestead in Warwick, 2 acres for life, and (end p 25) then equally to grandsons William and Samuel, sons of James; to wife also the whole of the movable estate.
Inventory £ 498, 15s, 11d, viz.; wearing apparel £ 26, shoemakers tools £ 20, 16 s. (noted else where as $100 which may be O.K. The dollar was first minted in 1794), bond £ 90, 2 old wheels, 8 swine, 2 hens, etc., etc.. "

From the book, "Rhode Island Genealogical Register", dated April 1984, page 220:

"TALLMAN, Benjamin, of Wa, cordwainer. Will dated 5 July 1755, proved 13 Aug 1759, pgs 455-458. Mentions: Wife Deborah Tallman. Sons Benjamin Tallman, William Tallman, & James Tallman. Daughters Mary Fish, Deliverance Sisson, Patience Tallman, & Sarah Godfrey. Granddaughters Bethania Tallman & Freelove Tallman both under 18 who each recd 1/2 the bounty money that was their unnamed father's on account of the expedition against Cape Brenton. Grandsons William & Samuel both under 21 sons of son James. " 
TALLMAN, Benjamin (I14529)
 
8 1 NAME Bernard /Wolf/ WOLFE, Bernard (I11348)
 
9 1 NAME Claire /?/


Claire stated her parents were born in Canada on the 1930 census. 
WILLIAMS, Minerva Claire (I16663)
 
10 1 NAME Clement /Briggs/
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From the book, "The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers", by Charles Edward Banks, page 109:

Clement Briggs
He was a fellmonger, and in 1616 resided in Southwark, co. Surrey, with Robert Hicks, a fellow-passenger, as appears in a deposition dated 29 August, 1638. He was unmarried on arrival and having only one acre granted in 1623 shows that he was still single at that date. His name does not appear in the subsidy of Southwark for 1620 but parish registers of St. Saviour or St. George will probably disclose information of his family there. Perhaps the adjoining parish of Bermondsey may furnish facts.

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From the book, "Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America", by Henry Whittemore:

Clement Briggs, of Plymouth, came in the "Fortune," 1621; probably young; removed to Dorchester and then married, 1630 or 31, Joan Allen. Thomas Stoughton, constable, who officiated at the ceremony, was fined for the same 5(Pounds) at the March term of the Court 1631. Briggs removed to Weymouth 1633, and had Thomas 1633, Jonathan 1635, John, David 1640, Clement 1643

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From the book, "Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New Englang, 1620-33:

"CLEMENT BRIGGS

ORIGIN: Southwark, Surrey
MIGRATION: 1621 in Fortune
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
REMOVES: Weymouth by 1630
OCCUPATION: Fellmonger.
EDUCATION: Made his mark to his deed of 8 October 1637 and deposition of 29 August 1638. Inventory included books valued at 6s.
ESTATE: In the 1623 Plymouth land division, "Clemente Brigges" was granted one acre "beyond the first brook to the wood westward" as a passenger on the Fortune [PCR 12:5]. In the 1627 Plymouth cattle division, "Clemont Briggs" was included in the company of John Howland [PCR 12:10].

On 8 October 1637 "Clement Briggs of Wessaguscus" sold to "John Browne of Plymouth ... four acres of land of the upper end of that lot of land that appertaineth unto me the said Clement Briggs and that the said John Browne doth also agree that the said Clement Briggs shall have for him & his heirs forever the like quantity of four acres of land out of the land of the said John Browne lying at the lower end and adjoining to the residue of the land of the aforesaid Clement Briggs at Joanes River" [PCR 12:22]. On 29 August 1639 Clement Briggs sold to "Mr. Rob[er]te Heeks one acre of land in the upper fall near the Second Brook" [PCR 12:34].

In a compilation of Weymouth landholding, probably prepared about 1643, Clement Briggs held two parcels of land: "ten acres in the easter neck first granted to him" and "two acres upon the neck at the ferry" [Weymouth Hist 1:190].

In his undated will, probated 24 October 1650, "Clemant Brigs of Waymouth" bequeathed to "my son Thomas my home lot at Plimouth 20 acres ... and my biggest iron pot"; to "my son Jonathan 3 acres of my land joining to John Rees land that is not broke up and to enter it when he is of the age of 18 years and when he is of the age of 21 years to have so much as will make the portion 3 acres one fourth part of all my lands in Waymouth and after the decease of my wife it is my will he shall have one fourth part more"; to "my son Clemat my housing and the other half of my land in Waymouth and to enter it when he is of the age of 21 years"; to "my sons Thom[as], David, John, Rememb[er] my other land at Plimouth or in Plimouth jointly and equally amongst them; "one year after Clem[en]t do enter to the foresaid land he shall give his brother Rememb[er] 20s. and John 10s. and ... Jonathan shall give 10s. to his brother David and to brother Thom[as] 10s. in one year after he do enter to half my land"; wife to be executor and John Rogers and Robert Tucker overseers [SPR Case #101]. (This will was not recorded until the nineteenth century, at which time the copyist misread Remember as Edmund [SPR NS 1:456].)

The inventory of the estate of Clement Briggs, taken on 23 February 1648[/9?] and presented to court on 28 July 1659, totalled £65 7s., of which £36 was real estate: "one dwelling house and old barn," £4; "17 acres of planting land adjoining to the said house," £18; "one share of upland upon the eastward neck," £5; "3 acres near James Smith's house," £2; "one acre of salt marsh upon the westward neck near the ferry," £4; "about an acre of marsh more on the eastward neck," 2; and "land in Plimouth and Plimoth Pattent," £1 [SPR 3:151-52, Case #101].

On 7 June 1659 Plymouth court granted to "Thomas Briggs, son of Clement Briggs, deceased," one hundred fifty acres of land and twenty acres of meadow "in the way to Deadum from Taunton" [PCR 3:164].

On 8 June 1664 "Phineas Pratte and the Elder Bates, in the behalf of the children of Clement Briggs," not having "had their proportions of land with others of this jurisdiction formerly called purchasers or old comers," asking for consideration, Plymouth court granted "unto the said Phineas Pratt and unto two of the said Clement Briggs his sons, viz:, David Briggs and Remember Briggs, three hundred and fifty acres" of land in Plymouth Colony near the Massachusetts Bay line "near unto Waymouth," assigning two-thirds of the grant to Pratt and the other third to the sons of Clement Briggs [PCR 4:68].

On 19 March 1671 twelve acres of marsh land were laid out to "the children of Clement Briggs," by order of court 29 October 1668, adjoining "their Great Lot" [PCLR 3:214; PCR 5:5].

In her will of 13 November 1683, probated 11 August 1691, "Elizabeth Briggs of Weymouth" bequeathed to "my son David" (£10, brass kettle, brass pot, and great Bible), to "my grandchild Clement Briggs" (£15, if he renounces further claims on estate), to "my son Remember Briggs" (remainder of estate, he to be executor); in a codicil of 11 November 1685 Elizabeth Briggs noted that her son David had died since the making of her will, and reassigned David's bequest of £10 to her grandson Clement Briggs, and the rest of David's legacy to Remember Briggs [SPR Case #1873].
BIRTH: By about 1600 (the deposition of 1638 implies that in 1616 Briggs had already been a servant of Mr. Samuel Latham for a few years).

DEATH: Weymouth by 23 February 1648[/9?] (date of inventory).
MARRIAGE: (1) By 1 March 1630/1 Joan Allen (1 March 1630/1: "Mr. Tho: Stoughton, constable of Dorchester, is fined £5 for taking upon him to marry Clement Briggs & Joane Allen ..." [MBCR 1:83]); she died by 1640. (On 6 March 1637/8 at a Quarter Court at Cambridge Clement Briggs gave a bond of £10 for the appearance of his wife at the next court; at the same court Arthur Warren was presented "for keeping company with Clement Briggs's wife, [which] was found to be true" [MBCR 1:219]. At a Quarter Court on 5 June 1638 Clement Brigg's wife was "enjoined not to come into the company of Arthur Warren" [MBCR 1:233].)
(2) By 1640 Elizabeth _____; she died between 11 November 1685 (date of codicil) and 11 August 1691 (probate of will), probably at Weymouth.
CHILDREN (all born Weymouth):
With first wife
i THOMAS, b. 14 June 1633 [NEHGR 8:348]; m. Ann _____ [BrPR 2:65].
ii JONATHAN, b. 14 June 1635 [NEHGR 8:348]; m. by about 1664 Experience _____ [TAG 33:83-86].

With second wife
iii DAVID, b. 23 August 1640 [NEHGR 8:348]; d. between 13 November 1683 (date of mother's will) and 11 November 1685 (codicil to that will), apparently without issue.

iv CLEMENT, b. 1 January 1642[/3] [NEHGR 8:348]; m. by 1669 Hannah Packard [SPR 7:1-2].
v REMEMBER, b. say 1645; m. by 1686 Mary _____ (eldest child of "Remember and Mary" b. Weymouth 4 November 1686).
vi JOHN, b. say 1647; named in his father's will; no further record. (He is not named in the will of Elizabeth Briggs, which might be evidence that he was not her son, but he was almost certainly dead before she wrote her will; if he had ben a son of Clement Briggs by his first wife, he should have appeared in the Weymouth vital records for the 1630s and early 1640s. There is no evidence that he is any one of the men by the name of John Briggs later appearing in New England.)

ASSOCIATIONS: On 29 August 1638 "Clement Briggs of Weymouth fellmonger" deposed that "about two and twenty years since this deponent then dwelling with one Mr. Samuel Lathame in Barmundsey Street in Southwarke, a fellmonger, and one Thomas Harlow then also dwelling with Mr. Rob[er]te Heeks in the same street, a fellmonger, the said Harlow and this deponent had often conference together how many pelts each of their masters pulled a week." Briggs goes on to tell in detail how many pelts had been handled a week "for the space of three or four years," possibly implying that he had in 1616 been servant to Samuel Latham since about 1612. The deposition was apparently taken at the request of ROBERT HICKS, who may have been involved in a lawsuit in England [PCR 12:34-35].

COMMENTS: In a letter of 6 February 1631/2 from the governor and assistants of Plymouth to the governor and assistants of Massachusetts, Clement Briggs is included in a list of men who had "gone from hence, to dwell and inhabit with you" [WP 3:65]. Savage thought that Briggs first went to Dorchester and then Weymouth, based probably on the fact that Thomas Stoughton, who married Clement Briggs and Joan Allen, was a resident of Dorchester. However, at this time Weymouth (still Wessaguscus) was for administrative purposes considered a part of Dorchester, and it is more likely that Briggs went directly from Plymouth to Weymouth.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: In 1966 Edna Anne Hannibal, with the assistance of Claude W. Barlow, published a solid genealogy of the descendants of Clement Briggs, as part of a series on Briggs families of New England [Clement Briggs of Plymouth Colony and His Descendants, 1621-1965 (n.p., 1966)]. This volume presents evidence supporting the interesting hypothesis that the widow of Clement Briggs was the "widow Briggs" residing in the early 1650s at Southampton [p. 4]. "
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BRIGGS, Clement (I14546)
 
11 1 NAME Clementine /Fortney/
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1 NAME Clemmie /Fortney/
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1 NAME Kizziah C. /Fortney/
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1 NAME Kizziah G. /Fortney/
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[merrifield.FTW]

Kizziah G./C./K. Clem/Clementine Fortney, b. c. 1849, Mo.

Burial New Salem Baptist Church, Boone Co., Mo.: James R. Sapp, b. 1840--d. 1906. Clementine Sapp, wife of James R, b. 1851--d. 1924.

Data on her descendants, from Opal (Burnham) Nichols, provided 06/06/2001 by Ruth Payne, 7405 W. 74th St., Overland Park, KS 66204. 
FORTNEY, Kizziah Clemmentine (I17103)
 
12 1 NAME Edward /KETTLE/
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[Godfrey.FTW]

Ancestral File Number: 148F-81H[Godfrey.FTW]

Ancestral File Number: 8PTJ-7P 
KETTLE, Edward (I16861)
 
13 1 NAME Elisha /Marriott/ MARRIOT, Elisha (I16482)
 
14 1 NAME ELIZABETH (D) /ALDEN/ ALDEN, Elizabeth (I13308)
 
15 1 NAME Elizabeth //
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BASSELLE, Elizabeth (I14573)
 
16 1 NAME Elizabeth /Ayres/
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[lockwood1.FTW]

Also given as Elizabeth Ayers in Int Gen Index as mother o f 387, Joseph Lockwood. Also given as Ayres.

DEATH: Apparently in childbirth. Date is also given a s 1 6 Jan 1732 at Stamford in Ancestral File. The latter ca nn ot be correct because husband remarried in 1716.



American Ancestry, VIII by Gene Pub Co 1968, pg 34. 
AYERS, Elizabeth (I15760)
 
17 1 NAME Elizabeth /Swain/
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SWAIN, Elizabeth (I14578)
 
18 1 NAME Elizabeth /Tallman/
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Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

Elizabeth is not mentioned in her father's, James Tallman's will.

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Ancestral File Number: GW7V-81 
TALLMAN, Elizabeth (I14581)
 
19 1 NAME Emaline "Emma" /Kinsman/
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KINSMAN, Emaline (I16356)
 
20 1 NAME EPHRAIM /TINKHAM/ TINKHAM, Ephraim , Jr. (I13687)
 
21 1 NAME ESTER /WRIGHT/ WRIGHT, Esther (I13714)
 
22 1 NAME Esther //
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MARS, Esther (I14622)
 
23 1 NAME ESTHER SAMPSON /NASH/ NASH, Esther Sampson (I13625)
 
24 1 NAME Eveline /KINSMAN/
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[Kinsman.FTW]

According to the 1880 Census in La Salle,Eveline was 22 at the time ofthe enumeration. 
KINSMAN, Eveline (I16357)
 
25 1 NAME Evtje /Van Slyck/


Baptismal Record of Reformed Church, Schoharie, NY (1731-1894)
Baptismal Date: 08 Jan 1769
Father: Piter Van Slyck
Mother: Engeltje Ziele
Item Number: 782
Child: Engeltje
Sponsor: Johannes V: Slyck; Margareth
Comments: & wife 
VAN SLYCK, Evtje (I12724)
 
26 1 NAME F. Hedgeman /Merrifield/
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Hedgeman was a Cabinet Maker by trade. (1850 census, Carroll Co., KY). 
MERRIFIELD, Hedgeman (I17112)
 
27 1 NAME FRANCIS (FURNER?) /FERMOR/
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FERMOR, Francis (I13654)
 
28 1 NAME George /Allen/
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From the book, "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families", by John Osborne Austin:

Lynn, Sandwich, Mass.
He may have been a son of Ralph Allen of Thurcaston, Leicester Country, England, who had children baptized as follows: Walter, September 22, 1561, John, August 29, 1563, William, December 8, 1570, Roger, December 20, 1573; and son Anthony buried April 23, 1567. The Parish Register from 1573 to 1584 and from 1585 to 1593 is lacking, and George Allen who came to America and Ralph Allen who married September 13, 1595, Agnes Davye, were very possibly children also of Ralph Allen of Thurcaston. Bishop Latimer's birthplace was Thurcaston.
Mar 20, 1635. From Weymouth, England, for New England, George Allen, aged (24), Catherine, his wife, aged 30. Children, George, aged 16, William, aged 6, and servant Edward Poole, aged 26. (It is well to remember that ages were not always given exactly at the custom house, and in regard to George, Sr., there is evidently a mistake.) Some of George Allen's children came in a different vessel, evidently. This must have been the case with Ralph and Samuel.
1636. Lynn.
1637. Sandwich. He moved thence this year.
1638. He was one of the eleven original members of church established this year at Sandwich. (Earlier than this he and son Ralph were members of church at Roxbury.)
June 4, 1639. Constable. For a short time in this year he was at Newport, R. I., with sons Samuel and Ralph.
1640. Surveyor of Highways, and same year received 6 1/2 acres in a division of Sandwich land to settlers.
1640, '41, '42. Deputy. He and Edward Dillingham were nominated (1641) to appraise swine that Wm. Newland hath in execution of Thomas Applegate.
March 1, 1642. He entered complaints against Edward Wollenston, Gent., and attached 2 swine for damages of oe4.
1643. His name does not appear in the list of those able to bear arms between the ages of 16 and 60, hence he was now quite aged.
August 20, 1644. Licensed to cut hay at the pond beyond Sandwich Plains, if he gave not the Indians anything for it without the approbation of the Bench.
1646. His house built in this year was still in good repair 1860, and occupied at that date.
February 26, 1647. He and five others were a committee on behalf of town, who received deed from Edward Freeman.
1648. Will--proved June 7, 1649. Ex., wife Catherine. Overseers, Ralph Allen and Richard Bourne. Witnesses, Wm. Leveridge, John Vincent, Richard Bourn. He gives "unto all my children twenty pence apiece." To son Matthew 1 calf and 5s. To wife the old cow. To her also the house and household stuff for life, but if she marries they are to be disposed of and divided to 5 least children. To "5 least children" 1 cow each. To son William a meadow. To sons Henry and Samuel rest of meadow. The adventure in barque "Heave" to wife and 5 least children. Inventory, oe44, 16s. (including 5 cows and 4 calves oe23, etc., etc.) Probably he had already given his sons Ralph and George their portion, as they had married before their father died.
May 2, 1648. He was buried at this date. Various accounts intimate that he was aged. Bowden's History of Friends gives us the information that George Allen was an Anabaptist, and of his family it is further stated that "there were six brothers and sisters of Ralph who joined the Friends; the father (George) had laid down his head in peace before Friends had visited these parts. His children had resided upwards of twenty years in Sandwich and vicinity, and were much respected by their neighbors." It should be remembered that Sandwich had the earliest Monthly Meeting of Friends in America; and here came very early, those pioneer Friends Christopher Holder and John Copeland, from London. George Fox, the founder of the sect, says: "In 1656, truth broke forth in America," and it was the next year that Holder and Copeland were at Sandwich. The fines wrested (in 1658 and 1659) from four of the sons of George Allen by sales of their property aggregated oe229, 8s. and all for the offences of attending Quaker meetings, refusing to take oath and similar crimes. Of the amount mentioned Ralph Allen suffered to extent of oe68 (collected by sale of 3 oxen, 4 cows, 1 steer, 1 horse and 1 mare and colt); George Allen oe25, 15s.; William oe86, 17s.; Matthew oe48, 16s. William Allen was especially obnoxious to the authorities as the meetings were often held there, part of his fine being oe40 for holding 20 meetings at his house. They left him but one cow out of "pretended pity" as the chronicler says (having taken 18 head of cattle and a mare). The family of George Allen scattered somewhat at his decease. Him son Matthew moved to Dartmouth; James to Tisbury; Henry to Milford and Stratford, Conn., and Gideon to Milford. His sons Ralph, William and Francis all died at Sandwich and left wills, (Ralph in his will, December 18, 1691, mentions sons John, Joseph, Increase, Ebenezer and Zachariah, daughter Patience, brother William. He desired that his body should be placed in Friends' burying place at William Allen's. William in his will, February 17, 1698, leaves his nephew David, son of brother George, his housing, lands, etc., he to allow testator's wife Priscilla competent maintenance for life. Francis in his will, February 18, 1696, mentions his daughter Abiah and her husband Zachariah Jenkins, and other daughters Dinah, Rachel, Abigail, Hannah and Rebecca.)
Catharine, widow of George Allen, married, for second husband, John Collins. (July 10, 1656, Henry and Samuel Allen in deed to George Allen mention "out mother Catharine Collins" and deed was witnessed by John Collins. July 27, 1670, administration of John Collins estate, given at Boston to Gideon Allen.) 
ALLEN, George (I14587)
 
29 1 NAME George /Allen/
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From the book, "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families", by John Osborne Austin:

Sandwich, Mass.
1643. In list of those able to bear arms between ages of 16 and 60, George Allen, Jr.
June 8, 1651. He was fined 20s. for refusing to serve on Inquest.
1651. Presentment of George Allen and wife, Ralph Allen, Sr., and wife, and others "for not frequenting the public worship of God, contrary to order made June 6th of the present year."
March 12, 1652. He and Daniel Wing, and four others, ordered to take care of all fish that the Indians should cut up; and dispose of them for town's use; and if anyone found a whale, to report to above six men, and he should have double share; and these six men to dispose of any whale they receive notice of, and proceeds to be equally divided amongst inhabitants.
1654. Hime name was in a list of subscribers to a mill to be built for grinding corn. The mill to be built by William Swift and others, the townsmen agreeing to raise oe20.
1655. He contributed 5 shillings for the new meeting house.
1657. In this year the Friends commenced to preach at Sandwich, gaining many converts.
1658. His name appears in a lay out of bounds of land; and in the same year he was named in a list of those who were under distraint to satisfy fines imposed. For several years the Sandwich Friends or Quakers suffered fines and imprisonment; but still the sect grew and a large number of the inhabitants embraced the new faith. Their persecutions were not so severe there, however, as in many parts of Massachusetts.
1658. Summoned to court for not taking oath of fidelity; he and others professing to believe it unlawful. Probably he was one of those present the year previous at a meeting at his brother William's house, who were then complained of to General Court for "meeting on Lord's day at the house of Wm. Allen, and inveighing against ministers and magistrates to the dishonor of God and the contempt of good government."
1659. His cattle were sold as follows to pay fines: 1 cow and 3 heifers oe11, 10s; 2 oxen and 2 calves oe14, 5s. Total, oe25, 15s.
1661. He wrote a letter to Experience Mitchell of Duxbury, sending love of wife and self to Mitchell and wife, and mentions the death of Mitchell's sister's son (John Fobes) who died at his house, about July 10, 1661, he judged. He says John gave the land received from his father to his brother, William, only Edward is to have his choice when they divide the two shares, and states that John remembered his love to his mother and brothers and sisters. The letter closes "I rest your friend, Geo. Allin of Sandwich."
October 1, 1664. Suit brought against him by Thomas Boardman for oe5 damages for detention of a meadow. Jury found for defendant.
1665. A controversy having arisen between him and Richard Chadwell about a highway, the Court appointed a committee to settle the matter.
July 15, 1678. In list of those who had taken oath of fidelity.
December 8, 1682. Ordered that whales that come ashore and other great fish yielding oil, to be given George and Caleb Allen and two others for ten years. These four persons to pay for the privilege--one half the oil delivered at the dock in good casks, and also one barrel of oil out of every whale to the country.
Some years before this, he purchased land in Monmouth, N. J.; but never settled there, though his brother Ralph's son Jodediab, went, and has left descendants in that state.
April 22, 1693. On account of divers controversies between Caleb Allen and his brothers and sisters of the one part, and Sarah Allem widow of George on the other part, concerning the goods, chattels and other movables of George's estate, arbitrators in the matter were chosen, viz.: Barnabas Lothrop or Barnstable, Captain John Thatcher of Yarmouth, and Shearjashub Bourne of Sandwich.
May 2, 1693. The arbitrators order Sarah Allen to pay 40s. to Caleb "to be in full proportion that said Caleb Allen and his said brothers and sisters shall have out of the estate, &c." 
ALLEN, George (I14612)
 
30 1 NAME George /MAYNARD/
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MAYNARD, George (I12030)
 
31 1 NAME George /Polk/


From "Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files" by Virgil White:
Application Number: W1930.
Soldier Name: "Pollock, George or George Polk or Poke.
Wife's Name: Louisa.
Service With: Pennsylvania Line.
Soldier applied for his pension on April 25, 1818 in Schoharie Co. New York. He stated he was age 56 years, 11 months, and 25 days.
However on October 3, 1820 he gave his age as 63 with a wife Louisa aged 50 & 2 sons Henderson 12 & Silvanus aged 6 also 2 daughters; Nelly 14 & Hannah aged 4.
George stated he had enlisted in Chester Co., Pennsylvania.
George's widow applied on November 28, 1849 in Schoharie Co. New York, aged 79 (she signed as Loisa Pollock)
George said he married Loisa Blanchard, a widow on November 13, 1798 at Carlisle, New York & those present at the wedding were;
Frederick Woolman & his wife, Sylvenus Parkinson, & Mary Sweetman, Soldier & wife were married by John Sweetman a Justice of the Peace.
George was in the 5th PA Line Regt. of the 2d PA Brigade, of the 2d Division, under Col. Anthony Wayne, before and through Valley Forge.
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George was a Revolutionary War veteran and served with the "Pennsylvania Line". He was cited on a list of pensioners in Schoharie Co., New York as follows:
Name: Geo. Pollock or Poke
Rank: Private
Annual Allowance: 96.00
Sums Received: 1,474.66
Description of service: Capt. Samuel Smith's 5th. Pennsylvania Regiment, "Pennsylvania Line"
Time of service: March 1779
When placed on the pension roll: March 5, 1819
Commencement of pension: April 25, 1818
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Note: George's daughter Elizabeth did state she was a "close blood relation" to James K. Polk on her husband's 1812 pension papers, and George's presumed father Thomas is a proven relative of the late President.
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May 1778:
There was a George Poke was listed on the Tax List for Bedminster Township, Somerset Co., New Jersey.
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1781:
George was discharged from military service at Trenton, New Jersey.
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The 4th Pennsylvania Battalion / 5th Pennsylvania Regiment participated in the following engagements during the American War of Independence:

June 1776 Three Rivers, Canada
July 1776- January 1777 Garrison force at Ft. Ticonderoga
October 1776 Crown Point, NY
June 1777 New Brunswick, NJ
September 1777 Battle of Brandywine, PA
Paoli Massacre
October 1777 Battle of Germantown, PA
Winter 1777-78 Encampment at Valley Forge, PA
June 1778 Battle of Monmouth, NJ
July 1779 Battle of Stony Point, NY
July 1780 Assault on blockhouse at Bergen Heights
July 1781 Battle of Green Springs, VA
October 1781 Battle of Yorktown, VA
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George stated he left his discharge papers with one David Kirkpatrick, Esq. of "Beacon-ridge, or Bascon-ridge, Somerset Co." (could be either, PA, MD, or NJ, still looking, but PA is implied), in order to try for land on his service, but no record of his obtaining land grant has yet been found. George said when he many years later "called on" this man, he was told that he no longer does business, and that Georges's papers were lost.
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The 1790 census records a George Poke in Germantown, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania.
(Roll 9 Book 3, Page 302)
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The 1810 census finds George and his family in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., New York, enumerated as follows:
Males:
1, age <10
2, age 10-15
1, age 16-25
0, age 25-44
1, age 45+
Females:
2, age <10
0, age 10-15
0, age 16-25
1, age 26-45
0, age 46+
0, Others
0, Slaves
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The 1820 census finds George and his family in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., New York, enumerated as follows:
Males:
1, age <10
1, age 10-15
0, age 16-18
0, age 18-25
0, age 26-44
1, age 45+
Females:
1, age <10
1, age 10-15
1, age 16-18
0, age 18-25
1, age 26-44
0, age 45+
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By 1830 it seems George had moved to Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., New York, as his family appears on the census there, as follows:
Males:
1, age <5
0, age 5-9
1, age 10-14
0, age 15-19
1, age 20-29
0, age 30-39
0, age 40-49
0, age 50-59
1, age 60-69
0, age 70-79
0, age 80-89
0, age 90-99
0, age 100+
Females:
1, age <5
2, age 5-9
0, age 10-14
0, age 15-19
1, age 20-29
0, age 30-39
1, age 40-49
0, age 50-59
0, age 60-69
0, age 70-79
0, age 80-89
0, age 90-99
0, age 100+
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George died. March 19, 1841.
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Montgomery County Surrogate Court has Letters of Administration for George Pollock in Book 4, Page 163.
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Louisa, George's last wife drew a widows pension # 1980.
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NOTES:
The following is correspodence from a Janet Gritzner (Dated: May 27, 2003).

Earliest dates so far I have for David Poak, Sr, Samuel Poak and James Poak (all living in West Nottingham) is 1747. William Poak appears in the tax records in 1753. Samuel Poak and James Poak had land bordering one another 1748. James Poak and William Poak appear together as witnesses on a will in Oxford, Chester County, 1769. I think they are all brothers. I am working on John Poak (witness on a will in 1743, West Nottingham) as the father and that they may have been living in area from 1727. See Nathaniel Ewing letter at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/a/Dorothy-W-Chance/GENE3-0001.html. 
POLLOCK, George (I11089)
 
32 1 NAME George Michael /Wolfe/, Jr.




Will of Michael Wolfe

In the Name of God Amen.

I, Michael Wolfe, of Frederick County in the Colony of Virginia being Weak of Body but of Sound Mind and Memory thanks be given unto God for the same and calling to mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing it is Appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament as follows.

Principally I recommend my Soul into the hand of God that made it, and as to the Body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in a Decent manner at the Discretion of my Executors hereafter named and as to my Worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life I Give and Bequeath in the following manner.

Imprimis my Will is that my Just Debts, funeral and ? be paid.

I Give and Bequeath unto my well beloved Wife Mary one third part of my whole Estate and also my Still with all the Appurtenances thereto belonging.

I Give and Bequeath unto my children Rebeccah, Elisabeth, Sarah, Rachel and to the Child with which my wife is now Pregnant an Equal Share of my personal Estate.

My Will is that my tract of Land Containing Four Hundred Acres lying and being on the Waters of Great Cape Capon be sold and that the money arriving therefrom be paid to the above mentioned Children.

My Will is that my Wife do keep in her hands the Amount of the Money arising from the said Estate until my said Children shall come of Age in order for their Support and furthermore I do hereby Nominate, Constitute and Appoint my well beloved Wife Mary together with her son John Niswanger and my brother Lewis Wolfe Executors of this my Last Will and Testament in Witness Whereof and Testimony I have Set my Hand and Seal this Twenty Seventh Day of November in the year of Lord God One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Five, 1765.

(Michael Wolfe’s signature/mark)

Signed Sealed Pronounced and Declared by the said Michael Wolfe to be his Last Will and Testament in the presence of
? (missing)
Stephen Hotsenbella
Abraham Neuschwanger
James Jackson

This Will was proved June 3, 1766 by Lawerence Stephens and Stephen Hotsenbella.
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A lawsuit in Chancery Court of Frederick County, Virginia, Helphenstines vs. Wolfes over the part of inheritance Rebecca was entitles to from her father Michael Woolf. Philip Jacob Helphenstine & Rebeccah his wife vs. Mary Wolfe, Christian Nisewanger, Elisabeth Wolfe, Sarah Wolfe, Rachael Wolfe, and Mary Wolfe. Case was "dismissed being agreed by the parties." Dated 7 May 1778, Order Book 17 Page 6. 
WOLFE, Michael (I9889)
 
33 1 NAME Gideon /Tallman/
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SOURCE:
Greater Tallman Family News No.33 1993 Summer Issue. 
TALLMAN, Gideon (I14583)
 
34 1 NAME Green // MAYNARD, Robert G. (I12049)
 
35 1 NAME Hannah /Swain/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 17, 2002
1 NAME Hannah /Swain/
2 SOUR S007771
3 NOTE 453 Glendon Road, P.O. Box 850, Cave Junction, OR 97523-0850, 541-592-6575
2 SOUR S002753
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 25, 2004
1 NAME M. Hannah /Swain/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Apr 25, 2003
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4 TEXT Date of Import: Dec 24, 2003




From the book "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman, pg.104:

"G29 Dr. James Tallman; Peter (G1).
Born 1668. Lived at Portsmouth, R.I. Died 1724.
Married: 2d. Sep 14, 1701 Portsmouth, R.I. to Hannah Swain, a physician. Daughter of John Swain and Mary Weare. Born 1680(?). Died Sep. 1765.
Children:
G354 Stephen, born June 20, 1702 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G355 Mary, born June 26, 1704 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G356 Peter, born June 17, 1706 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G357 Jemima, born Sep. 11, 1708 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G358 James, born Apr. 10, 1710 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G359 Jeremiah, born Sep. 25, 1712 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G360 Silas, born Sep. 10, 1717 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G361 Joseph, born June 1, 1720 at Portsmouth, R.I.
G362 Hannah, born Sep. 14, 1723 at Portsmouth, R.I.

Hannah (Swain) Tallman "Her estate per will 3868(pounds)-18s "

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From the book, "One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families", by John Osborne Austin:

Page 228:

"VIII.|Hannah, b. 1679 ñ, d. 1765.
m. September 14, 1701 JAMES TALIMAN son of Peter and Joan (Briggs)
Children:
Stephen, b.1702, 6, 30
Mary, b. 1704, 6, 26
Peter, b. 1706, 6, 17
Jemima, b. 1708, 9, 11
James, b. 1710, 4, 10
Jeremiah, b. 1712, 9, 25
Silas, b. 1717, 9, 10
Joseph, b. 1720, 6, 1
Hannah, b. 1723, 9, 14 "

Page 234:

"2.|JAMES, b., d. 1724.
m. (2), 1701, 9, 14, HANNAH SWAIN, b. 1679 ñ, d. 1765, dau. of John and Mary (Wyer) Swain.

(2d w)
IV. STEPHEN, b. 1702, 6, 30, d. 1774, 8, 24
V. MARY, b. 1704, 6, 26, d. 1764 +
VI. PRTER, b. 1706, 6, 17, d. 1764 +
VII.|Jemima, b. 1708, 9, 11, d. 1780, 2.
VIII. JAMES, b. 1710, 4, 10, d. young.
IX. JEREMIAH, b. 1712, 9, 25, d. 1764 +
X. SILAS, b. 1717, 9, 10, d. 1764 +
XI. JOSEPH, b. 1720, 6, 1, d. 1764 (--)
XII. HANNAH, b. 1723, 9, 14, d. 1797, 8, 15. "

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From Rhode Island Vital Records, 1500s - 1900s, Genealogy.com:
'R.I. Genealogical Register, Volume 12, Abstracts Portsmouth Wills, Page 72'

"TALLMAN, Hannah, of Po, widow. Will dated 18 July 1764, proved 9 Sep 1765, pgs 31-32. Mentions: Sons Stephen Tallman, Peter Tallman, Silas Tallman, and Jeremiah Tallman. Daughters Mary Freeborn, Jemimah Fish wife of David Fish, and Hannah Slocum wife of Matthew Slocum. Granddaughter Hannah Slocum Daughter of daughter Hannah Slocum. "

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[Cindy's Genealogy File - 838418.GED]

Ancestral File Number: 9KG0-L1
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SWAIN, Hannah (I14551)
 
36 1 NAME Hannah /Tallman/
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Descendants of Peter Tallman Worksheet, June 1993 Chart No. 1 from Nancy Walkowski (Tallman News Letter)
Mathew Slocum Bible.

Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

Hannah is mentioned in her father's, James Tallman's will. 
TALLMAN, Hannah (I14559)
 
37 1 NAME HESTER /COOKE/ COOKE, Hester (I13596)
 
38 1 NAME HEZEKIAH /TINKHAM/ TINKHAM, Helkiah (I13686)
 
39 1 NAME Jacob Benjamin /Jackson/ JACKSON, Jacob "Jake" Benjamin (I17038)
 
40 1 NAME Jacob Isaac /Jackson/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: 27 Mar 2006 
JACKSON, Isaac Jacob (I17025)
 
41 1 NAME James /Chilton/ II CHILTON, James (I13645)
 
42 1 NAME James /Tallman/
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3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 17, 2002




From the book, "Talman/Tallman Families", by Herbert S. Ackerman:

"Mar. 23, 1756. Proved Sep. 16, 1758. Will of James Talman, late of Gloucester, New Jersey, now Philadelphia, Pa. Gentleman. Wife Kesiah. Sons Hinchman and James, both under age. Extr wife and Uncle Joseph Talman of Burlington Co., New Jersey"

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Batch C501241 Call Number 908270

Descendants of Peter Tallman Worksheet, June 1993 Chart No. 1 from Nancy Walkowski (Tallman News Letter)

BIR:Ackerman's "Talman-Tallman' page 110

Will of James Talman late of Gloucester, N.H., now of Philadelphia, gentleman; will of. Wife Keziah. Sons--Hinchman and James, both under age. Farm of 400 acres on Oldman' Creek Greenwich, Gloucester Co., other real and personal estate. Executors the wife and uncle, Joseph Talman, of Burlington Co., Witnesses Susannah Badger, Asher Mott, John Reily. Codicil of August 23, 1758makes slight changes. Witnesses-- Stephen Ayars, Halbidge Ayars, Joseph Harris on Proved 16 Sep 1758 Lib. 9, page 126. Recorded in Documents
relating to Colonial History of the State of New Jersey First Series---Vol. XXXII


Subject: Tallmon ancestry update
Date: Sun 20 Feb 2000 20:24
From: Kimberly Knutson kknutsn@trib.com
To: mama@slkc.uswest.net

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Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

James is mentioned in his father's, James Tallman's will.
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TALLMAN, James (I14555)
 
43 1 NAME James /Tallman/ TALMAN, James (I14615)
 
44 1 NAME Jane /Godfry/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: Feb 25, 2004




[Birch genealogy by Terry Birch - 680559_GM.GED]

Name may have been Elizabeth Jane or Jane Elizabeth. English marriage records show ELIZABETH Godfrey married to George Bunker (Maulden Vital Records).

Widow, Jane Godfrey, married 9/15/1658 Richard Swain of Hampton; they sold the Topsfield land in 1660 (Gen. Dict. ME & NH 669) and moved to Nantucket where he as one of the 10 original proprietors was deeded land in 1659.

She died October 31, 1662 on Nantucket, the first death recorded there.
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GODFREY, Jane (I14574)
 
45 1 NAME JEANNE /MAHIEU/ LAMAN, Jenne (Joanna Or Jennie Or Jeanne) (I13592)
 
46 1 NAME Jemima /Tallman/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 17, 2002
1 NAME Jemimah /Tallman/
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1 NAME Jemimah /Tallman/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: Dec 24, 2003






!Batch 7913701-92 Call Number 1260540.

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Will of James Tallman, dated January 11, 1723/4, Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island:

Jemimah is mentioned in her father's, James Tallman's will (as 'Jemima').
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TALLMAN, Jemima (I14549)
 
47 1 NAME JESSE (REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER) /SNOW/ SNOW, Jesse (I13738)
 
48 1 NAME Joanna /Cantwell/ CHATHAM, Johanna (I11758)
 
49 1 NAME Joanna /Merrill/
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4 TEXT Date of Import: 27 Mar 2006 
MERRILL, Joanne (I17113)
 
50 1 NAME Johannes /Van Zandt/


Collections on History of Albany, p. 184 L.
VAN ZANDT, Joannes [son of Joseph], m. Sara Hilten, May 20, 1718. She was buried Sept. 6, 1743.
Children baptized;
Joseph, July 27, 1718;
Joseph, Sept. 4, 1720;
Anna, Nov. 25, 1722;
Sara, March 22, 1724;
Willem, Sept. 5, 1725;
Gerrit, March 5, 1727;
Johannes, Dec. 8, 1728;
Gerrit, Jan. 3, 1731, d. July 16, 1806, a. 76 y.;
Jacobus, Nov.....1732;
Gysbert, March 10, 1734;
Elizabeth, Dec. 3, 1738.
VAN SANT, Johannes (I11035)
 

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