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bullet Mary Boyse (1) was born about 1597 in Kent, England. She died WFT Est. 1598-1691. Parents: John Boyse and Joane Stowe.


bullet Samuel Boyse(1) was born about 1600 in Kent, England. He died before 1630. Parents: John Boyse and Joane Stowe.


bullet Silence Boyse(1) was born about 1606 in Kent, England. She died on 10 Jan 1953. Parents: John Boyse and Joane Stowe.

She was married to Thomas Robinson on 8 Dec 1630.


bullet Silence Boyse(1) was born about 1610 in Kent, England. She died before 10 Jan 1653/54 in Scituate, , MA. Parents: John Boyse and Joane Stowe.

She was married to Thomas Robinson on 8 Dec 1630.


bullet Ann E. Boysen(109) was born on 6 Oct 1849 in Boston, Mass.. She died WFT Est. 1872-1943. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.

She was married to Frank A. Forbes on 14 Apr 1866 in Charlestown, Mass..


bullet Emma C. Boysen(109) was born on 23 Jun 1856 in Boston, Mass.. She died on 10 Feb 1863 in Cambridgeport, Mass.. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.


bullet George H. Boysen(109) was born on 18 Nov 1851 in Boston, Mass.. He died WFT Est. 1877-1942. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.

He was married to Sarah E. Lenfert on 13 Dec 1871.


bullet Louisa G. Boysen(109) was born on 6 Dec 1851 in Cambridgeport, Mass.. She died WFT Est. 1852-1945. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.


bullet Sarah E. Boysen(109) was born on 10 Jan 1848 in Boston, Mass.. She died WFT Est. 1873-1942. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.

She was married to William H. Campbell on 8 Apr 1867 in Cambridgeport, Mass..


bullet William G. Boysen(109) was born on 8 Aug 1825 in from Boston, Mass.. He died on 6 Jun 1868 in Cambridge, Mass..

He was married to Sarah Ann Hayden on 7 Sep 1846. Children were: Sarah E. Boysen, Ann E. Boysen, George H. Boysen, Louisa G. Boysen, William L. Boysen, Emma C. Boysen.


bullet William L. Boysen(109) was born on 9 Nov 1854 in Boston, Mass.. He died WFT Est. 1855-1944. Parents: William G. Boysen and Sarah Ann Hayden.


bullet *Tryntje Tysse Boz(61) died before 1684 in Kingston, New York. She was born WFT Est. 1618-1641.

She was married to *Cornelis Barentsen Slecht WFT Est. 1636-1676. From "The Hardenbergh Family", by Myrtle Hardenbergh Miller:

"Cornelis Barentsen Slecht emigrated from Woerden, South Holland, on the Rhine eighteen miles east-southeast from Leyden, in the ship 'Hope' in April 1652 (or 1662). He married (1) Tryntje Tysse Boz, or Tynebrouck, married (2) 9/6/1684 Elsie Janse Van Breestede, daughter of Jan Jansen van Breestede and widow of (1) Adriaen Pietersen Van Alcmaer and (2) Hendrick Jochem Schoonmaker.

Cornelis Barentsen (Slecht) was at Wiltwyck as early as 1653/5, or March 31, 1664, when his wife was licensed as 'a mid-wife for Esopus' by Governor Stuyvesant. Among the earliest pioneers. 'Slecht' translated is 'plain'. Although hot-headed, quick and resentful, Cornelis was a good man and occupied an honorable position in society until his death. He was a minor officer in the militia under Capt. Thomas Chambers in 1660. On May 5, 1661, Cornelis Barentsen Slecht, Albert Heymse Roosa, and Everet Pels, the three Shepens appointed by Gov. Stuyvesant as 'a small bench of justices and commissaries' 'to administer good care and justice,' 'prevent all mutiny, strife, and disorder,' 'maintain and increase a Reform Church service and no other' 'and do everything which good and faithful magistrates are bound to do.' On record July 23, 1664, is a Deed of Confirmation from Gov. Nicolls to cornelys Barents Slecht for between 40 and 50 acres of land at Esopus. Slecht described it in 1663 as 'lying near the new village,' that he had found it 'too far for his convenience' as he and his wife were 'now old people' and 'would prefer living near the church,' the more so as his wife was 'the midwife of the village of Wilywyck.' He asked for a deed to land which he had 'formerly purchased' from the Indians, and for which 'he had been obliged to pay the tax to build the minister's house, a little piece of land lying close to it, called by savage tongue Wichquanis.' This land had been given to Slecht in 1662 by Stuyvesant. A Deed of Confirmation shows that the party receiving it had previously received title from Gov. Stuyvesant or other authority. Dec. 7, 1662, a patent for 25 morgens (50 acres) was issued to Cornelis Barents Slecht. (Land patents in the Esopus to the Dutch, Vol 10 Olde Ulster).

Cornelis Slecht appears in the Court Minutes of New Amsterdam, Dec. 12, 1662, as follows: Jacobus Vis, arrestant, v/s Cornelis Barensen Sleght, arrested. Demands 64 guilders heavy pay whether beavers or corn at beavers' price. Requests attachment be declared valid. Defendant admits debt and requests time till harvest. Plaintiff requests payment as he intends to go to the Fatherland and is desirous to arrange his affairs here. Berghers and Schepens order defendant to satisfy plaintiff and pay plaintiff, the attachment remaining meanwhile so long valid.

In 1661 he was a tenant of Mrs. Johanna de Hulter, and is on the assessment list, Nov. 12, 1661, for the buildings of the parsonage at Wiltwyck. Tax levied on all plowland of 1 rijksdaaler per morgen, total 64 morgens, 160 gl. The parsonage cost L30007. The Rev. Harmanus Blom came Sept. 12, 1660 with his wife and boarded at Slecht's a short time but was dissatisfied there and Governor Stuyvesant came up and secured another place until the parsonage was built.

Cornelis Slecht had Lot No. 5 in the second assignment of lots by Gov. Stuyvesant on May 5, 1661. Mrs. de Hulter had Lot No. 5 in the first assignment. It is not clear to the compiler whether the lots are identical; Mrs. de Hulter's name is not in the second assignment. These lots were within the enclosure of the palisades. Because of the Indians the settlers at Wiltwyck called upon Gov. Stuyvesant for aid. The Governor came to Esopus and persuaded the people to settle in a restricted area, assigned lots, and ordered them to build a stockade and build within it. Thus Kingston came into being.

Cornelis was a member of the Citizens Council of War in the village of Wiltwyck, and signed the Ordinance Jan. 1, 1663 with Thomas Chambers, Hendrick Jochem Schoonmaker and Pieter Jacobsen. At the time of the burning of Wiltwyck June 7, 1663, Slecht and his sons were in the fields but helped put the enemy to flight. Tradition tells us that all captives were returned but Slecht's daughter who married a young warrior and remained with him. Her name is not on the list of prisoners of June 7, 1660, so she may have been captured in 1658/9. This story may be true as it is of record that a son of Evart Pels was captured 1658/9, condemned to death, but saved by an Indian maiden whom he married and refused to return to his friends.

On Oct. 18, 1663, Johannes Ebbingh who married the widow of Johan de Hulter, acknowledged that he let a bouwery in Esopus ... to Jan Willemz Hoogtelinck, which was then occupied until May 1, 1664, by Cornelis Barentsen Sleght who was to keep half of the land. (Not. Papers Walwijn van der Veen, p 61 ff). It appears that Sleght did not prove to be a satisfactory tenant. (Du. Mss. 236) He was at all times in arrears with his payments and had to be sued for the rent. His grain was seized and money due him from West Indian Company was attached. The lease expired May 4, 1664.

On April 28, 1667 a petition signed by a large number of the inhabitants at Wiltwyck was sent to the Governor that 'upon the 4th day of February last upon the doleful cry and lamentation of the children of Corns B. Sleght that their father was miserably beaten and wounded by Captain Brodhead.' However, the commission decided that a spirit of rebellion existed and the Schepens were banished for awhile. Captain Brodhead was finally suspended. Tryntje Slecht, wife of Cornelis, used picturesque language in quarreling with the sheriff, but in Court complained that it came from hastiness and ill will after the Indian attack, or in other words, a case of nerves. There was little time for refinement in the lives of these pioneer women, the struggle for existence was a grim affair." Children were: *Petronella Slecht, Jan Slecht.


bullet Lucille Nelson Bozarth(65) was born Private. (66) She Event 1 Private. (66)

She Private-Begin Private.(66)


bullet Adeliza Brabant(1) was born about 1100 in Arundell, Sussex, England. She died on 23 Apr 1151. Parents: Godfrey I Of Louvaine and Ida Of Namur.

She was married to William De Albini WFT Est. 1116-1141. Children were: Alice De Albini, William De Albini.


bullet Phebe (Bisby) Bracey(65) was born WFT Est. 1607-1632 in England.(66) She died WFT Est. 1656-1720.(66) Parents: William Bisby.

She was married to Lt. Samuel Martin in 1646 in New Haven, Connecticut.(66) Children were: Samuel , Jr. Martin, David Martin, William (Seaborn) Martin.


bullet Barbara Brackbill(9) was born about 1790.(2885) She died WFT Est. 1818-1884. (2886)

She was married to John Huber WFT Est. 1818-1845.(2887)


bullet Benjamin Brackbill(9) was born about 1810.(2888) He died WFT Est. 1841-1901. (2889)

He was married to Susan Howry WFT Est. 1841-1875.(2890)


bullet Dianah Bracken(426) was born in 1804 in Tennessee. She died WFT Est. 1850-1899.

She was married to George B. Youngblood on 29 Jan 1825 in LAWRENCE CO. ALABAMA. Children were: Martha M. Youngblood, Julia F. Youngblood, Mary A. Youngblood, Doctor F. Youngblood, James B. Youngblood , Sarah S. Youngblood, Dianah J. Youngblood, John A. Youngblood, George Q. Youngblood, Thomas D. Youngblood.


bullet Edward William Bracken(71) was born about 1783 in York, York, Pennsylvania. He died WFT Est. 1784-1873. Parents: William Bracken and Mary Garrison.


bullet Elizabeth Ann Bracken(71) was born on 30 Oct 1828 in NOBLE, Rush, Indiana. He died in Jul 1913. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Francis Bracken(71) was born WFT Est. 1621-1651 in Yorkshire, ENGLAND. He died WFT Est. 1676-1737.

He was married about 1670 in England. Children were: William Bracken.


bullet Hannah Bracken(71) was born about 1728 in of New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1729-1822. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet Hannah Bracken(71) was born about 1701 in New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1702-1795. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet Hannah Marie Bracken(71) was born on 8 Feb 1814 in Hamilton, Ohio. She died WFT Est. 1815-1908. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Henry Bracken(71) was born about 1699 in New Castle, Delaware. He died WFT Est. 1700-1789. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet James Bracken(71) was born in 1736 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. He died in Sep 1778. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet James Bennett Bracken(71) was born on 14 Jan 1816 in Hamilton, Ohio. He died on 31 Mar 1900. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Jean Bracken(71) was born in 1745 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1746-1839. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet John Bracken(71) was born about 1726 in of New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. He died before 20 Mar 1782. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet John Bracken(71) was born about 1704 in New Castle, Delaware. He died WFT Est. 1705-1794. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet Levi Bracken(71) was born on 14 Mar 1791 in York, York, Pennsylvania. He died in Jul 1852 in Long Fork of, Platte River, Nebraska. Parents: William Bracken and Mary Garrison.

He was married to Elizabeth Clark about 1810 in Hamilton, Ohio. Children were: Mary Ann Bracken, Hannah Marie Bracken, James Bennett Bracken, William Bracken, Martha Ruth Bracken, Son Bracken, Lucretia Charlotte Bracken, Matilda Bracken , Elizabeth Ann Bracken.


bullet Lucretia Charlotte Bracken(71) was born on 6 Dec 1823 in NOBLE, Rush, Indiana. She died WFT Est. 1824-1917. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Margaret Bracken(71) was born about 1734 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1735-1828. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet Margaret Bracken(71) was born about 1706 in New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1707-1800. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet Martha Bracken(71) was born on 20 Nov 1757 in New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1758-1851. Parents: William Bracken and Ruth Gregg.


bullet Martha Bracken(71) was born about 1740 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1741-1834. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet Martha Bracken(71) was born about 1708 in New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1709-1802. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet Martha Ruth Bracken(71) was born on 14 Jan 1820 in Colerain, Belmont, Ohio. She died on 14 Nov 1914 in Glendale, Kane, Utah. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.

She was married to James Thomas Hampton about 1843. Children were: John Hampton , Levi Martin Hampton, George Fredrick Hampton, James Burnet Hampton , Sarah Elizabeth Hampton, Martha Ann Hampton.


bullet Mary Bracken(71) was born about 1732 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1733-1826. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet Mary Ann Bracken(71) was born on 26 Oct 1811 in Hamilton, Ohio. She died in 1855. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Matilda Bracken(71) was born on 19 Apr 1826 in NOBLE, Rush, Indiana. She died on 10 May 1855. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Son Bracken(71) was born in 1822 in NOBLE, Rush, Indiana. He died WFT Est. 1823-1912. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet Susannah Bracken(71) was born about 1710 in New Castle, Delaware. She died WFT Est. 1711-1804. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah.


bullet Thomas Bracken(71) was born on 22 May 1794 in York, York, Pennsylvania. He died WFT Est. 1795-1884. Parents: William Bracken and Mary Garrison.


bullet Thomas Bracken(71) was born about 1760 in York, Pennsylvania. He died WFT Est. 1761-1850. Parents: William Bracken and Ruth Gregg.


bullet Thomas Bracken(71) was born in 1702 in Delaware. He died before 14 Nov 1780 in Huntington Twp, Huntington, Pennsylvania. Parents: William Bracken and Hannah .

He was married to Martha Green in 1725 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. Children were: John Bracken, Hannah Bracken, William Bracken, Mary Bracken, Margaret Bracken, James Bracken, Thomas Bracken, Martha Bracken, Jean Bracken.


bullet Thomas Bracken(71) was born about 1738 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. He died in Feb 1803. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.


bullet William Bracken(71) was born in 1818 in Hamilton, Ohio. He died WFT Est. 1819-1908. Parents: Levi Bracken and Elizabeth Clark.


bullet William Bracken(71) was born about 1761 in York, York, Pennsylvania. He died WFT Est. 1797-1852 in York, York, Pennsylvania. Parents: William Bracken and Ruth Gregg.

He was married to Mary Garrison in 1782 in Pennsylvania. Children were: Edward William Bracken, Levi Bracken, Thomas Bracken.


bullet William Bracken(71) was born in 1730 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware. He died in 1794 in Westmoreland, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania. Parents: Thomas Bracken and Martha Green.

He was married to Ruth Gregg on 5 Nov 1755 in Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware. Children were: Martha Bracken, Thomas Bracken, William Bracken.

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