The Tye and Nottingham Family

Modified Register for Francis Thomas TYE




First Generation

1. Francis Thomas TYE .

Francis married Tellos SOLOMON . Tellos was born in East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

They had the following children:

+ 2 F i. Ann TYE was born about 1640. She died about 1714.





Second Generation

2. Ann TYE (Francis Thomas) was born about 1640. She died about 1714.

Ann is dau. of Francis Thomas /Tye/ and Tellos
/Solomon/ of East Riding, Yorkshire, England.

Ann Tye was married 3 times:
1st Captain Daniel Brodhead  married 1661 West Riding of Yorkshire
2nd Lieutenant William Nottingham
3rd Judge Thomas Gaston


Ann married William NOTTINGHAM . William was born about 1640 in England. He died on 1 Jun 1680 in Marbletown, Ulster County, New York.


William and Ann had the following children:

+ 3 M i. William NOTTINGHAM was born about 1670. He died about 1731.





Third Generation

3. William NOTTINGHAM (Ann TYE, Francis Thomas) was born about 1670 in Marbletown, Ulster County, NY.. He died about 1731 in Marbletown, Ulster County, NY..

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William married Margaret Bergen RUTSEN daughter of Jacob RUTSEN and Maria (Marritje) Hansen BERGEN on 22 Jun 1702 in Kingston, Ulster County, NY.. Margaret was born about 1680 in N. Y. State. She died about 1731 in N. Y. State.

resouce : married KRDC


William and Margaret had the following children:

+ 4 F i. Mary (Maria) NOTTINGHAM was born estimated 19 May 1700. She died about 1774.





Fourth Generation

4. Mary (Maria) NOTTINGHAM (William NOTTINGHAM, Ann TYE, Francis Thomas) was born estimated 19 May 1700 in Ulster County, New York. She died about 1774 in Ulster County, New York.

Resource KRDC 603. Egbert and Mary were accepted as members of the RDC of Warwasing on Sept.
28, 1747.


Mary married Egbert B. DEWITT son of Andries DEWITT and Jannetje EGBERTSON on 4 Nov 1726 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Egbert was born on 18 Mar 1699 in Marbletown, Ulster County, NY.. He died in Napanoch, Ulster County, NY.

Resource Anjou II, page 83.


Egbert and Mary had the following children:

+ 5 M i. Jacob Rutsen DEWITT was born on 13 Apr 1729. He died on 8 Dec 1821.

+ 6 F ii. Mary DEWITT was born on 5 Sep 1737. She died on 12 Sep 1795.

7 M iii. William DEWITT .
William married Susannah CHAMBERS .





Fifth Generation

5. Jacob Rutsen DEWITT (Mary (Maria) NOTTINGHAM, William NOTTINGHAM, Ann TYE, Francis Thomas) was born on 13 Apr 1729 in Wawarsing, Ulster County, NY. He died on 8 Dec 1821 in Onondaga County, New York.

"Jacobs occupation was Capt. of the Militia. In the mid 1700s, the DeWitt family was
living in Naponock. About 1760, one of the clan, Jacob Rutzen or Rutsen DeWitt, moved
to Port Jarvis. About 1770, Jacob built a stone and frame house near the Neversink
River near current Port Clinton. During the revolutionary War, a stone fort was built near
his house, called Fort DeWitt. The fort is still standing but has been enclosed in a wooden
frame and is not readily identifiable. (In case you are interested, where Highway 209 crosses
the Neversink River, on the south side of the river a road turns off to the right then doubles
back sharply toward the river, then turns north and follows the river for a ways. The old
fort is the first building on the left after the road turns north to parallel the river).
"Jacob also built a grist mill just up stream from where the old boat canal crosses the Neversink
(I think it must be about a mile above where 209 crosses the river.) If you continue driving
north from the fort there is another road that takes off to the left and climbs into the low hills
along the river. We were given directions to a house that is built on bluffs along the river just
above where the old boat cannal crosses the Neversink. From the deck of this house, the
owner (a very cordial lady) can point out the mill's raceway and water Wheel site that was
carved out of solid rock.
"Jacob Rutsen DeWitt died in Mamakating in January 1792. In his will, William Rose is referred
to as Jacob's son-in-law, apparently the husband of Jacob's daughter, Mary.
"Jacob removed to Sullivan (now Orange) County, where he purchased land on the Neversink
River. Was captain of a militia company during the Revolution. His oldest son, Moses, was
one of the surveyors to establish the boundary line between New York and Pennsylvania,
and was County Judge and Surrogate of Herkimer and Onondaga Counties, 1791-94. Moses
died Aug. 15, 1794, in the 28th year of his age. One of Jacob's daughters, named Rachel,
married Col. Robert, of Revolutionary fame." - Dick Rose
He was a member of the rangers guarding frontier Ulster and Sullivan COs. He gave his
stone house on the river Neversink, subsequently called fort Dewitt, as a refuge for women
and children during the revolution.


Jacob married Janneke (Jane) DEPUY daughter of Moses (Dupuis) DEPUY and Margaret (Margrietje) SCHOONMAKER on 15 Apr 1756 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Janneke was born about 1735 in Rochester, Ulster County, NY. She died on 18 Dec 1819 in New York County,NY.

Janneke is a little girl variation of Jane in Dutch.


Jacob and Janneke had the following children:

8 F i. Mary DEWITT was born about 1756 in Rochester, Ulster County, NY. She died on 9 Jul 1839 in Onondaga County, New York. She was buried in

Oakwood Cemetary, Syracuse, Onondaga County NY. Ref. 32a. .
Mary married William ROSE on 17 May 1774 in Orange County, New York. William was born estimated 1755.

Mary was baptized 26-APR-1756 in Rochester Dutch Reformed Church,
Ulster County, NY. She is buried in Oakwood Cemetary, Syracuse,
Onondaga County NY. Ref. 32a.


9 F ii. Margaret DEWITT was born before 8 Jan 1757 in Ulster County, NY.
Margaret married Petrus (Peter) CUDDEBACK in Skaneateles.

+ 10 F iii. Elizabeth DEWITT was born before 10 Dec 1759. She died in 1838.

11 F iv. Rachel DEWITT was born on 2 Nov 1762 in Rochester, Ulster County, NY. She died on 4 Apr 1830 in Little Britain, Orange County, NY. She was buried in Little Britain, Orange County, NY.
Rachel married Robert BURNET on 9 Jun 1784. Robert was born estimated 1760.

12 F v. Janneke DEWITT was born on 13 Dec 1764. She died on 27 Feb 1836.
Janneke married Abraham A. CUDDEBACK .

13 M vi. Moses DEWITT was born on 15 Oct 1766 in Machackemeck, Orange County, NY. He died on 25 Aug 1794 in Onondaga County, New York. He was buried in Old Cemetery 1 mi. S. of Jamesville, Onondaga Co., NY.

14 F vii. Hannah DEWITT was born about 1767.
Hannah married James ENNIS in Skaneateles, NY.

15 M viii. Egbert DEWITT was born on 20 Apr 1768 in Rochester, Ulster County, NY. He died on 30 May 1793 in Onondaga County, New York. He was buried in Old Cemetery 1 mi. S. of Jamesville, Onondaga Co., NY.

16 F ix. Esther DEWITT was born on 5 Apr 1774 in Rochester, Ulster County, NY. She died on 20 Dec 1834 in DeWitt, Onondaga County, New York.
Esther married Moses DEPUY in 1792.

17 M x. Jacob R. DEWITT was born about 1775. He died on 18 Dec 1821.

6. Mary DEWITT (Mary (Maria) NOTTINGHAM, William NOTTINGHAM, Ann TYE, Francis Thomas) was born on 5 Sep 1737 in Deerpark. She died on 12 Sep 1795.

Mary married Gen. James CLINTON son of Charles CLINTON and Elizabeth DENNISTON about 1765 in Orange County, New York. James was born on 9 Aug 1736 in Orange County, New York. He died on 22 Dec 1812.

A General in the Revolutionary War.



James and Mary had the following children:

+ 18 M i. DeWitt CLINTON was born on 2 Mar 1769. He died on 11 Feb 1828.

19 M ii. ALEXANDER CLINTON .

He was a Lieut. in Col. Lamb's Regiment in the Revolution. He drowned in the Hudson
River at age 22.


+ 20 M iii. CHARLES CLINTON .

+ 21 M iv. GEORGE CLINTON .

+ 22 F v. MARY CLINTON .

23 F vi. ELIZABETH CLINTON .
ELIZABETH married Lieutenant William STUART .

Fought in American Revolution and had seven children.


24 F vii. KATHARINE CLINTON .

She and her sister Mary married brothers. Her second husband was her sister's
widower.


KATHARINE married (1) Samuel Lake NORTON .
KATHARINE married (2) Judge Ambrose SPENCER .

 

For more data see the Coleman, DeWitt , Cook, and Depuy Families

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