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Ancestors of Clyde Isaac Fechser

Notes


32. Johann Christopher (Fechser) Fexer

Parish Reg. of Weikershiem, Germany


34. Johann Daniel Leutwein

Record of Parish of Weikersheim, Germany
Johann's 1st wife - Ebert, Margarethe Barbara


40. Christopher Johnson

F Norway, A. Agder, R1


44. Hellik Rejarsen

Hellik Reiersen was a houseman on the Haslekaasen estate. Also a tenant farmer.
Parish register Bo,
1801 Census


46. Erik Torjesen

Christian Svendsen Erik died before Rachel was born.
Tinfos, Notodden, Norway

According to Christian Svendsen, of Notodden, those named on the reverse side
of this sheet are the parents of Inger. Information from Eiven Jervem of Oslo,
shows Erik Madsen and Maren Rasmusdatter as the parents. The latter two were
from Gjerpen, Norway.

Rachel - 2nd husband Axel Gunstensen - 24 Oct 1797


47. Rachel Rosmusdatter

parish register Gjerstad
Rachel is sealed to Erik Torjesen, but she was never married to him. She will be sealed to Axel Gunstensen. The sealing of her child is invalid.


48. James Rogers

B3B10 p. 88 James Rogers of Conn.


49. Mehitable Newbury

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.

Mehitable Newbury died on the Great Neck, a noted woman. Her father died in 1790. They resided on Great Neck in Waterford, near or on what is now (in 1902) Pleasure Beach. He owned a large plantation and many slaves. He had secured by purchase a large number of farms, and gave to each of his children the use of one of these, the title to be in the name of their children (his grandchildren). He was quite wealthy and employed a lawyer by the year to attend to his business. (Waterford Record). His will was recorded May 5, 1790. The inventory, made in 1790, contained a list of his many farms, among which were Wigwamps, Crocker Lot, Picket Lot, Colt Lots, Lyn far, Nathaniel Newbury farm, with other lands and houses. Total valuation L6068. "James Rogers and His Descendents" p. 87-88.


50. Jasper Griffin

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.

New York Gen and Biog. Record vol. 66 pp.327-330
also Rogers Family History-Rogers.
Jasper Griffin was a cordwinger. Came from Southhold to Lyne to live.


54. Joseph Walling

Joseph served in the Revolution in the same company as his father, Capt. Thomas
Walling.and his brother, John Walling.
Stillwells Gereological Mescellany of New Jersey Vol 5 p 240 & P 280.


56. Samuel Stewart

Samuel came to Williamstown from East Haddom in 1775.
Samuel left Willianstown, Mass. in 1800 and went to Virginia. He crossed into
Ohio in 1801.
Samuel was a shoemaker who worked in a large shoe manufacturing town. He made shoes for the solders of the Revolution War. Eighteen of his cousins &
brothers went to war. Some were officers.

Archives by Robert Wilson Stewart, Sr.


58. Stephen Scott

The Scott family kept a college boarding house in Williamstown, Mass. When
the Scotts emigrated to Virginia. Phalander B. Stewart went with them as he was
in love with their daughter, Sarah, although ten years her senior. They were
married when she was fifteen years old.


60. Samuel Quimby

2nd wife - Sarah White
3rd wife - Angelina Stewart


62. Captain Asa Pease Jr

Partly from Census 1790B - 3E16
P. 69 Reese Family

Ajutant Generals office records show that Asa Pease served as a private in the
Revolution under Capt. Abr Livingston's Willets New York Regiment during
1781 - exact date not shown.
Ase served as a sergeant in the War of 1812 in Capt. Alvin Lyman's company
of Matrosses in the Detached Regiment of Conn. Militia from Sep 27 to Nov 1813.
His daughter Eunice Catherine said that hefought under Washinton in the Battle
of Brandywine. He was killed at Lake Erie under Peary after having fou;ght all day after being
shot in the leg. His family received a letter from his commanding officer telling of his heroism
in action.
See letter from US War Department dated February 7, 1935

His enlistment records of 1813 showed he was 44, thus he would have been born in 1769.

US Census of 1790 gives both Asa Pease, Sr. and Asa Pease, Jr. (Capt.) as living in Cannan, New York. Asa Pease Jr. is said to have two boys under sixteen in his care. They were probably apprentices. In the town records, Asa Pease Sr. is mentioned as "Path Master".

Sometime before 1800 both Asa Pease Sr. and Asa Pease Jr. went to the new lands which had been settled, mostly by Connecticut people, between 1791 and 1798 in and around what is now Madison County, New York, and which at that time was known as "Western New York". They settled in the part that became Hamiton, Madison Co., N.Y. Then census of 1800 shows Asa Pease Jr. in Hamilton with one son under 16 years old. In 1891 the town records gave Asa, Jr., as a town officer but do not designate the office he held. His youngest child, Catherine Floyd Pease, was born in "Western New York" in 1807, and his oldest child, Eliza Pease, was married to Captain John Saunders Clark, River Captain on the Ohio, Jun 19, 1811, in Marietta, Ohio. Sometime between 1807 and 1811 Asa Pease, Jr., a cooper by occupation, moved his family to Ohio where ship building, of small vessels of the 104 tons class, had become important. He probably lived in Newport, near Marietta.

If was from Newport, Ohio that Asa Pease, Jr. enlisted June 18, 1813 for the War of 1812. He was wounded July 25, 1814 at Bridgewater in the Battle of Lundy's Lane, and killed August 25, 1814, at Black Rock on land near Buffalo, in ground fighting at the same time the naval forces fought and won the victory with Perry.


63. Eunice Brown or Braun or Broune of Pensylania

Eunice Brown is said to have been of Pennsylvania Dutch descent.

Eunice, wife of Asa Pease, Jr., is said to have died about 1816. Their oldest daughter who married Captain John Sounders Clark moved to Beardstown, Illinois. One daughter married Mr. Joseph Patton and moved to California. The youngest child married Ephraim Quimby in Ohio in 1824 (Catherine) and later had their marriages set aside in Indiana before she married Mr. Elijah Hawes with whom she went to Utah with the pioneers soon after 1850.