Dutch-Colonies-L ArchivesArchiver > Dutch-Colonies > 2001-04 > 0986608109
Subject: Re: [D-Col] Will of John Dupuy
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 21:48:29 EDT
In a message dated 4/6/01 8:00:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
Page 321.--In the name of God, Amen, the 1st day of May, 1725. I, JOHN DUPUY,
of Richmond County. I leave to my son John œ5, a
Oh gosh MORE John Depews.. when will it ever end????????? At least I have
only 2 male Depew 1st cousins and neither has a son named John !!!!
There is a Nicholas Depew genealogy on FamilyTree Maker:
Of course it doesn't follow the son John to help figure this out.
John18 Depue (Nicholas17 DEPUI, Nicholas16, Nicolas15 DU PUY, Claude14,
Francois13, Jacques12, Florimont ( Ainier)11, Gillet10, Gillet9, Alleman8,
Alleman7, Alleman6, Alleman5, Hughes4, Allemande3, Hughes2, Raphael1 De
PODIO) was born abt 1655, and died abt 1732 in Staten Island, NY. He married
(1) Elezibeth Tysen Bef 1677. He married (2) Petroneltje Sweem abt 1677 in
Dutch Ch, NY.
Child of John Depue and Elezibeth Tysen is:
11 i. John19 Depue.
Children of John Depue and Petroneltje Sweem are:
+ 12 i. Nicholas19 Depue.
+ 13 ii. Baremt Depue, died abt 1778.
+ 14 iii. Catherine Depue, died Bef 1732.
+ 15 iv. Magdalena Depue.
+ 16 v. Susanna Depue.
+ 17 vi. Petronella Depue.
+ 18 vii. Mary Depue.
+ 19 viii. Elizabeth Depue, born 1707.
20 ix. Moses Depue, born 1714.
I wouldn't hold much stock in the line going back to Raphael De PODIO. I just
read an interesting article in American Genealogist disputing those very
early lines. It mainly deals with the Bartholomew line, but does mention
Francois' & Nicolas' lines.