1. Ascenson of Our Lord Roman Catholic Church
F & Westmoreland Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19134
2. St. Helena Roman Catholic Church
North 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19120
3. Philadelphia City Archives Birth Records 1860-1915
4. Social Security Death Index
5. Philadelphia City Hall Marriage Records 1885-Present
6. Philadelphia City Archives Death Records 1860 thru 1915
7. "St. Pauls P.E. Church Records," 1821-1865, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
St. Pauls P.E. Church records 1821-1865, index 25 E3 pg 53, pg 143 pg 335, pg 329, pg 237.
8. "1930 U.S. Federal Census," Philadelphia, PA, 1930, Microfilm, Natonal Archives MidAtlantic Branch, April 29, 2002.
9. PA Dept of Health Death Records
10. "U.S. Federal Census," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1850, Microfilm, National Archives MidAtlantic Barnch, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
11. Wuertemburg Emigration Index, Vol 1, pg 84.
12. Earle Family History, Rev. Isaac Newton Earle, ©1923.
13. "Social Security Death Index," Internet.
14. "Birth Registers," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Microfilm, Philadelphia City Archives, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Birth Register, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pg 143, June 1875, physician: John Graham, 326 S. 15th St, Ward 26.
16. James G. Ferris, " A Ferris family Tree", James G. Ferris, James G. Ferris, 1995 Edition.
James G. Ferris
271 Dug Hill Road
Brownsboro, AL 35741
17. Marmaduke Earle Marriage Records of Oyster Bay 1793-1855, 1926, NYC Public Library, New York, New York.
18. Information provided by John Strickland from various family records
19. LDS International Genealogical Index
20. WHRoll, "The Roll Family Windmill," http://www.ancestry.com, 6 Jan 2005, email@example.com, 22 May 2005.
21. Joan Vreeland Studer. 1994, "Vreeland, Patey and Studer Surnames," http://www.kersur.net/~mark/Surname.htm, 18 September 1998.
22. Louis Beech Vreeland, 1956.
23. Nicholas Garretson Vreeland, Vreeland's Their Story, 1909.
24. "Death Records," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
25. NYPL Newspaper Obits 21:3
26. 1851 Census: Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY
27. LDS Extraction #1
28. "Savage-Collins Origins & Descendants 1630-1960", R. Thomas Collins Jr.
Available on hardcopy from its Author R. Thomas Collins Jr.
29. David Kip Conover, "Conover Family Genealogy," http://www.radix.net/~conover/, 18 March 1998.
30. Diane Graziadei, 21 January 200, firstname.lastname@example.org.
31. "A Walloon Family in America" Vol 1, Mrs. Robt. W. de Forest.
32. NY Post Deaths pg 80 Wed 7 July 1880 age 85 ref Ch Bergen Point
33. Anastasia Palmer, www.ancestry.com, email@example.com.
34. Records of the First Church of Huntington, Long Island, New York orig MS(post 1779, find!)
NYGBR 114:213 Oct 1983
35. Records of Calverly, Bradford, Yorkshire, England: Births Marriages and Burials, 1600's thru 1834
36. LDS Film #0990548
37. Dick Edsall, "Waterbury," 20 August 1998, KRE3030@aol.com.
Thanks for your e-mail. The Waterbury family is one of my favorites. My data largely agrees with the material in your note. My data show:
1) The Waterbury (Waterbeurye) name first shows up in England about 1550 in the person of John. He lived in Sudbury and had a son William.
2) William was born about 1593 in Sudbury and married Alice (?) with whom he had 6 children. A devout Puritan, John, with Alice and at least one of their children (John), sailed to America in 1630 aboard the "Eagle" (later renamed "Arabella"). They settled first in Watertown, Mass, and moved on to Stamford in about 1646. There is a suggestion that William and Alice returned to England later on.
3) One of the six children of William and Alice was John, born 1621. He married a woman named Rose in 1639. However, my data shows some dispute that Rose was a Lockwood. In fact, some historians argue that there is considerable evidence to show that "this great mother of all the American Waterburys" was not the daughter of either Robert or Edmund Lockwood, but was instead named Purcell.
4) Jonathan Waterbury, son of John and Rose, was born in Stamford in 1653. He married Unice Buxton (daughter of Clement Buxton).
5) Sarah Waterbury, born 1677, was the eldest child of this marriage. Her younger sister, Abigail, married my ancestor, John Newman, in about 1690.
My data show that David Waterbury, a son of Jonathan born about 1655, married Sarah Newman, born about 1663. This Sarah had a sister named Hannah, but I show that this Hannah Newman married John Holly.
I've found some excellent sources of information: (1) "Jonathan Waterbury Genealogy" by Edwin M. and Grace A. Waterbury. published 1930 by Palladium Times, Inc, of Oswego, NY (LDS Library Film # 1321314, Item #9), (2) Genealogical History of the Waterbury Family, undated, by Gustave Anjou (Film 0908504, Item #5). (3) "The Early Settlement of Stamford, Connecticut", by Jean Majdalny, published 1990 by Heritagea Books of Bowie, Md., and (4) "History of Stamford, CT, 1641 to 1868".
I don't know how convenient it is for you to get data from the LDS Library, but it is the best place to look. Fortunately, I live in salt Lake City, and although not a Mormon myself, I use the library quite a bit. Interestingly, the first of the above sources purports to trace the family back to Andreas Wasserburg, born 1420 in Altenburg, Germany. He suggests that William and Alice came to Sudbury about 1550 as refugees from the ThirtyYears War. This author also suggests that Rose's maiden name was Purcell, not Lockwood. Anyway, it makes interesting reading. I personally have a theory that the confusion over Rose's name arises because there were two John Newmans who came to America and that "our" John was not the son of William and Alice at all,, but rather the son of Jacob Wasserburg, If you're interested, I'll trace this out in detail.
Again, thanks for your information. I'll make it a point to visit your website.
Best regards, Dick Edsall
38. First Families of America
39. History of the Hoyt/Haight Families by David W. Hoyt
40. Compendum of American Genealogies
41. First Settlers History of Fairfield, Conn.
42. "An Index to the Long Islander 1865-1881, Marriages-Deaths" by Robert L. Simpson 1976 Huntington American Revolution Bicentennial Committee UNY 8239 L848v.2 also Vol 1 1839-1866, by Marion F. Stevens. Town Hall, Main Street, Huntington, Long Island, NY 516-421-1000
43. Dick & Judith Railton, http://www.ancestry.com, 12 September 2002, 21 May 2005, firstname.lastname@example.org.
44. "The Tom Cadwallader Family," http://www.ancestry.com, 7 Dec 2002, 22 May 2005, email@example.com.
45. 1901 Census of Ireland, County Donegal
46. Carol Hayward:, 19 April 1999, firstname.lastname@example.org.
47. Tom Allen, 25 August 1998, Holloman AFB NM email@example.com.
1. The deForests of Avesnes 1494 to the present, published in 1900
2. Anthony De Forest of Stamford Conn
I have a sheet listed as Batch: F610019, Sheet 86, Disc 02592, Page 2786
Name is Du Fosset. I have atleast six children on this sheet. I only
saved sheets 1 and 3 listing only three of six children (including
Catherine. Marie Du Fossetwas born in 1511 and Waudrue Du Fosset was
born 1515. All children were born in Mons, Belgium.
48. Andreas Heilman, "Heilmann-Stammbaum," http://gw.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=heilmann, 25 May 2004.
49. Film #0216 101091, LDS.
50. "1910 Federal census," Darby Borough, Delaware County, PA, 1910, Microfilm, National Archives Midatlantic Branch, 1986, 103, 135, 0440.
51. "1880 Federal Census," Bristol, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1880, Microfilm, National Archives, Midatlantic Region Branch, 1986, 17, 128, 18, 40, 1105.
52. "1900 Federal Census," Darby, Delaware County, PA, 1900, Microfilm, National Archives Midatlantic Branch, 1986, 1405, 8, 168, 32, 66.
53. Film #0214 101131, LDS.
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