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Subject: Re: [D-Col] John Vannoy
Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2005 14:47:40 EDT
In a message dated 10/5/2005 12:18:39 PM Mountain Standard Time,
The book was not written by Lt. Samuel Smith. It was written by James W.
Hook and was published in 1953 with a ? mark behind the date. This book has
history of the John Vannoy family.
The other book written by James W. Hook "George Michael Eller and
descendants of his in America" was published in 1957. In this book is a
of the Will of John Vannoy. It is witnessed by: Teunis Egbertse and Thomas
I believe you mentioned that on the original Will, Teunis Egbertse was
listed as a brother-in-law. According to the information that I have, Teunis
Egbertse married Pieternelle Depuy. His Will in 1721 mentions seven sons.
who was 22 in 1706, Abraham, Isaac Teunis, John, Jacques and Lawrence.
In his will, Teunis calls his wife *Janettie*..................this would
have been his 2nd wife, Jannetje Du Chesne.
Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728, pages 239 & 240:
Page 258.--In the name of God, Amen, July 6, 1721. I, TEUNIS EGBERTSE, of the
county of Richmond, yeoman, being sick. I leave to my eldest son Egbert, 5
shillings as in full of all pretence of being heir-at-law. I leave all my lands
and tenements to my seven sons, Egbert, John, Abraham, *Jacques*, Isaac,
Laurence and Teunis. My wife Janettie is to reap all the benefit of my estate
during her life or widowhood. I leave to my daughters, Harmitie, Mary and Sarah,
each œ20. I make my wife and son Jacques, executors.
Peternellje De Puy m. a different Theunis Egberts, one bp. Port Richmond
October 08, 1721 to *Jacques* Theunisen Egberts and Catharina Dey. This Jacques
was the son of the above (will) Teunis and 1st wife, Susanne Le Tillier.
don't have any information concerning the marriages of his sons. Of course, I
never done any further research on this line. I only did it because my
relative on Staten Island sold his land to Egbert after he moved to Middlesex