Three Rivers
Hudson~Mohawk~Schoharie
History From America's Most Famous Valleys

The Descendants of JOHANN HENRICK LEUCHER (1720-1800)
AND
Ancestors of HENRY ARBA LYKER (1916-1994)

Researched by: Herman W. Witthoft, Sr.

A Genealogy of the Lyker Family

GENERATION NO. 3

7. Margaret3 LYCKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 19 Mar 1785 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, and was christened 1785 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Margaret died 24 May 1860 in Root, Montgomery Co:, NY, USA, and was buried 27 May 1860 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

SOURCE NOTES for Margaret:

BAPTISM: Dutch Reformed Church, Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY. Parents: Hendrik Leyken, Jr., Catharine Ronkle. Sponsors: John Ronkel, Margarieta Ronkel.

DEATH: Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY, aged 75yrs 2mos 5das.

BURIAL: Diefendorf graveyard along highway at Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY.

She married Henry Jacob DIEVENDORF, Judge 7 Feb 1804 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was born 8 Apr 1781 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY. He was the son of Jacob D. DIEVENDORF, Capt. and Elizabeth BELLINGER. Henry, Judge died 4 Jul 1858 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 7 Jul 1858 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Henry, Judge:

BIRTH: Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY.

MARRIAGE: Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

BIOGRAPHICAL: Henry served in the New York State Assembly and was County Judge and was an extensive land owner. He was the son of Jacob Dievendorf who came to this country from Switzerland with his father, Henry, in 1730. They were the earliest settlers in Curry town , Town of Root, NY. Jacob, the father, married Elizabeth Bellinger.

Henry had two brothers. Frederick was killed by a falling tree. His brother, Jacob, was born in Curry town , 23 September 1769. He was a boy about twelve years old when taken prisoner by the Tories and Indians and in one of the battles was felled by an Indian and scalped and left for dead. The day after the battle he was found and cared for by his friends. He survived.

Jacob became an extensive land owner and farmer. He married Margaret Bellinger and had two sons and three daughters. He died 8 October 1854 and his wife died in 1842. (Lyker Genealogy by Harma Lyker Becker)

DEATH: Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

BURIAL: Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

TOMBSTONE: HENRY J. DIEVENDORFF, Married to Margaret Lycker, Feb. 7, 1804, Ae 77yrs 2 mos 26 ds.

Known children of Margaret LYCKER and Henry Jacob DIEVENDORF, Judge are:

+ 35. m i. Jacob Henry DIEVENDORF, born 30 Dec 1804, died 28 Sept 1887
+ 36. f ii. Catharine DIEVENDORF, born 21 Jan 1806, died 3 Apr, 1883
+ 37. m iii. Henry Lycker DIEVENDORF, born 7 Jul 1809, died 2 Mar. 1863
+ 38. f iv. Elizabeth DIEVENDORF, born 24 Nov 1811, died 20 Nov. 1880
+ 39. f v. Margaret DIEVENDORF, born 12 Apr 1814
+ 40. f vi. Hannah DIEVENDORF, born 25 Jan 1818, died 28 May 1865
+ 41. m vii. Cornelius DIEVENDORF, born 27 Jul 1820, died 26 Aug 1880
+ 42. m viii.John Frederick DIEVENDORF, born 16 Nov 1822
+ 43. f ix. Fanny Maria DIEVENDORF, born 11 Jan 1828, died 14 Dec 1858.

8. Cornelius3 LYCKER(Henry, Jr.2, Johannl) was born 31 Oct 1787 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, USA, and was christened 1787 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Cornelius died 3 Aug 1858 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

SOURCE NOTES for Cornelius:

BAPTISM: Dutch Refonned Church, Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, USA.

Parents: Hendrik Leyken, Jr. and Catharine Ronkle. Sponsors: Cornelius Ronkle, Elizabeth Ronkle.

RESIDENCE: Came from Niskayuna, Schenectady Co., NY Moved with his father to Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA

OCCUPATION: He lived on the homestead fann near Brown's Hollow, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. He added 60 acres more to the fann. Another house was built on the farm, his father living in the new house and he in the old one. After the death of his parents he built another house in 1850 which was attractive as a farm house could be and it is still standing and in very good condition. It was later remodeled by his son, John in 1873.

POLITICS: He served as highway supervisor for the Town of Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. He belonged to the Democratic Party.

MILITARY:

He sent a substitute to the War of 1812.

DEATH:

Brown's Hollow, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

He married Eva WILSON 1812. She was born 1792. She was the daughter of James WILSON. Eva died 1859 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

Known children of Cornelius LYCKER and Eva WILSON are:

+ 44. f i. Ann Eliza LYKER, born 1814, died 1884
+ 45 f ii. Catherine LYKER, born 1815, died 1846
+ 46. m iii. James Wilson LYKER, born 1817, died 29 Dec 1858
47 m iv. Henry C. LYKER, born 6 Sep 1822 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He married Sarah M. MALICK 22 Sep 1848 in Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY, USA. She was born about 1826. She was the daughter of Aaron MALICK and Anna DEREMER. Sarah died 19 Apr 1886.
Notes for Sarah: CHURCH AFFILIATION: She had been a member for 30 years of the Argusville Lutheran Church, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
Henry died 1904.
Notes for Henry:
BIRTH: Henry C. was born on the old homestead fann in the Town of Root, Montgoemry Co., NY USA, near Brown's Hollow.
EDUCATION: He was educated in the district school.
MILITARY: He was a Captain of Militia in the Civil War.
OCCUPATION: Fanner all his life owning two farms of 188 acres on the line of Montgomery and Schoharie Counties near Argusville, NY.
POLITICS: He was Town Supervisor as follows:
Town of Root, Montgomery Co. - eight years
Town of Carlisle, Schoharie Co. - 1861, 1863 and 1865 Town of Sharon, Schoharie Co. - 1878 thru 1882
He also held minor offices in the Town of Root and was active in Democrat politics.
MARRIAGE:
Married by the Rev. John D. Lawyer of Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
CHURCH AFFILIATION: He was a member of the Lutheran Church, Argusville, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
SPECIAL NOTE: He was the founder of the Argusville Silk Mills established in 1889, makers of silk gloves. It was operated by Mr. J.H. Clark. The building was destroyed by fire.
+ 48. m v. John LYKER, born 1 Ju1 1828, died 1905

9. Elizabeth3 LYCKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 5 Jul 1790 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, USA, and was christened 1790 in Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Elizabeth died 26 Jun 1857 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 29 Jun 1857 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Elizabeth:
BAPTISM: Dutch Reformed Church, Schenectady, Schenectady Co., NY USA.
Parents: Hendrik Leyken, Jr., Catharine Ronkle. Sponsors: Hendrek Leken, Elizabeth Lyken.
MARRIAGE: Reformed Church, Glen, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
DEATH: Browns Hollow, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
BURIAL: Graveyard at Lyker's Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
TOMBSTONE: Aged 66 years 7 months 10 days.
She married John M. BROWN 22 Jun 1813 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was born 19 May 1784 in NJ. John died 3 May 1857 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 6 May 1857 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for John:
RESIDENCE: Brown's Hollow, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. The place was named for him.
OCCUPATION: Farmer and he also operated the grist mill at Brown's Hollow whichl formerly was the property of his father-in-law, Henry Lycker.
BURIAL: Graveyard at Lyker's Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA
TOMBSTONE: Aged 72 years 5 months, 13 days. From this his d/o/b is calculated to be 19 May 1784.
Known children of Elizabeth LYCKER and John M. BROWN are:

+ 49. f i. Catharine BROWN, born 22 Mar 1814, died 26 Jan 1857
+ 50. m ii. Henry Lycker BROWN, born 22 Jan 1817
+ 51. f iii. Abigail BROWN, born 15 Jun 1819
52. f iv. Margaret BROWN, born 6 Sep 1821 in Root, Co., NY, USA, christened 28 Sep 1821 Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She married Alonzo P. TYMESON. He was born about 1821.
Notes for Margaret:
BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, Currytown, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
Parents: John Brown, Elisabeth Lycker. Sponsors: None listed.
LAND: Her father willed them land in Williams Co., OH USA.
53. m v. Cornelius BROWN, born 12 Nov 1824 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1824 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died before 24 Jul 1827 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
Parents: John Brown, Elisabeth Lycker. Sponsors: None listed.
DEATH: Died young and probably before his brother of the same name who was born 24 Jul 1827.
54. m vi. Cornelius BROWN, born 24 Jul 1827 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1827 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
Parents: John Brown, Elisabeth Lycker. Sponsors: None listed.
55. m vii. Peter BROWN, born 1830 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 31 Jul 1831 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, - Curry town, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
Parents: John Brown, Elisabeth Lycker. Sponsors: None listed.
+ 56 m viii. m lX.John I. BROWN, born 1825
+ 57 m ix. Onesimus (Ones) BROWN, born 1834

11. Hannah (Nancy)3 LYCKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 1793 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Hannah died 1845 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY,. USA. She married Jacob STOWITTS 19 Mar 1815. He was born 1791. He was the son of George Philip STOWITTS and Margaret DIEVENDORF. Jacob died 1845 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

SOURCE NOTES for Jacob:
OCCUPATION: He conducted a farm of 254 1/2 acres on the road from Flat Creek to Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

Known children of Hannah (Nancy) LYCKER and Jacob STOWITTS are:

58. f i. Margaret STOWITTS, born 24 Jun 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 7 Apr 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 10 Apr 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town/ Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Jacob Stowits, Nancy Lyker. Sponsors: None listed.
DEATH: Aged 18y 9m 14d.
BURIAL: Dievendorf graveyard along road at Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
+ 59. f ii. Elizabeth Catharine STOWITTS, born 25 Jul 1818
+ 60. m iii. George Perier STOWITTS, born 3 Jul 1820
+ 61 f iv. Gertrude STOWITTS, Twin, born 18 Jul 1823
62. f v. Mary STOWITTS, Twin, born 18 Jul 1823 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1823 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Jacob Stowits, Nancy Lyker. Sponsors: None listed. Baptized same day as her twin sister, Gertrude.
+ 63. f vi. Henry Lycker STOWITTS, born 14 Jan 1829
64. m vii. Cornelius STOWITTS, born 13 Jul 1833 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1833 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 14 Feb 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Jacob Stowits, Nancy Lyker. Sponsors: None listed.
BURIAL: Diefendorf graveyard along highway at Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
+ 65. f viii. Hannah Elizabeth STOWITTS, born 3 Sep 1835, died about 1864
66. m ix. James STOWITTS, born 1845 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

12. Henry3 LYKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 25 Jul 1795 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Ca thar ine RUNKLE. Henry died 25 Mar 1872 in Root, Montgomery Co. , NY, USA, and was buried 28 Mar 1872 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Henry:
BIRTH: Near Browns Hollow, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
MILITARY: He served in the War of 1812 as Captain in the Schoharie County Regiment of Col. Calvin Rich from 20 August 1812 to 4 February 1813, New York Militia.
OCCUPATION: He was one of the firm of Stephen Clark & Co. who were the contractors on the construction of the old Croton Dam and Reservoir in New York City, built between the years 1837-1842. During the construction of the Reservoir he broke his leg and returned home for a period of six weeks and then returned to the job.
BIOGRAPHICAL: He was the founder of the little Hamlet of Lykers in the Town of Root, cleared 120 acres of land, located there and followed farming. He also built a grocery store. The place also supported a hotel, wagon shop and distillery in the early days. He and his wife, Jane, lived on this farm until their death.
This is the farm that Henry Arba Lyker and now John Lyker farmed? Some place else in this book I have the wrong farm named as the present day home farm. Will find it later.
CHURCH AFFILIATION: The Independent Calvinistica1 Church of Sharon, later named, The True Reformed Dutch Church of Sharon, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
CENSUS: 1855 Census - Louisa Bernap, age 21 and Jay Burnap, age 19, were living in his household.
DEATH: Recorded: The Independent Calvinistical Church of Sharon, later named, The True Reformed Dutch Church of Sharon, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA, "Henry Lyker of the Town of Root, Montgomery Co., NY,", 26 March 1872; no age given. Aged 76yrs 8mos. From this his date of birth calculated to be 25 July 1795
BURIAL: Graveyard west of Lyker's Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
He married Jane DAVIS 2 Nov 1826. She was born 2 Dec 1806. She was the daughter of John DAVIS and Nancy QUACKENBUSH. Jane died 10 Feb 1883 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 1883 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Jane:
CHURCH AFFILIATION: Became a member of The Independent Calvinistical Church of Sharon, later named, The True Reformed Dutch Church of Sharon, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA, "July _____1859;________Davies, wife of Henry Lyker".
DEATH: Aged 76yrs 2mos 8das. From this d/o/b calculates to be 2 Dec 1806
BURIAL: Graveyard west of Lykers Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

Known children of Henry LYKER and Jane DAVIS are:

67. m i. John Henry LYKER, born 26 Mar 1828 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 3 Feb 1830 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
DEATH: Died at the age of two years as the result of burns.
+ 68. m ii.. Cornelius LYKER, born 13 Sep 1829, died 24 Sep 1900
+ 69. f iii. Catharine LYKER, born 13 Nov 1831, died 18 Feb 1870
+ 70. f iv. Louise (Louisa) LYKER, born 12 Mar 1834, died 1 May 1919
71. f v. Margaret LYKER, born 6 Oct 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died about 1836 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
DEATH: An infant.
72. m vi. Charles LYKER, born 24 Ju1 1841 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 11 Jan 1907 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 1907 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
MILITARY: He served all thru the Civil War in Company F, 98 Regt. N.Y. Infantry.
Fought in many engagements including the Gettysburg battle and was never wounded. In the latter part of his life a piece of steel was removed from his head, probably lodged there during the war. (Lyker Genealogy) (If he wasn't wounded, how did he get a piece of steel in his head? - HWW)
He was 21 years old when he enlisted at Lyons to serve three years. He was mustered in as a private, 14 Dec 1861. He reenlisted as a veteran, 4 January 1854, and was mustered out with the rest of the Company at Richmond, VA, 31 August 1865.
Army records state that his eyes were gray, light color hair, light complexion and was five feet, four inches tall. (This information was obtained from Adjutant General's Office Report, Albany, NY.)
MARRIAGE: Not married
BURIAL: Cemetery west of Lykers, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
+ 73. m vii. John V. LYKER, born 22 Dec 1843, died 22 Mar 1922
74. f viii. Emily (Emila) LYKER, born 1847 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 31 Mar 1868 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

13. Mary3 LYCKER (Henry, Jr. 2, Johann1) was born 1798 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Mary died 1868. She married Charles GORDON. He was born 1790 in NY, USA. Charles died 1880.
SOURCE NOTES for Charles:
MILITARY: Served in the War of 1812
Known children of Mary LYCKER and Charles GORDON are:

+ 75. f i. Margaret GORDON, born Jul 1821, died 1870
+ 76. f ii. Getty GORDON, born 1823, died 1912.
77. f iii. Catherine GORDON, born 1826, died 1830. DEATH: Died young.
78. m iv. Cornelius GORDON, born 1828, died about 1830. DEATH: Died young.
79. m v. James Henry GORDON, born 1831, died 1906. MARRIAGE: Not married.
+ 80. f vi. Louisa GORDON, born 1834, died 1903. Elizabeth GORDON, born 1837, died 1903.
81. f vii. John Alfred GORDON, born 1840, died 1912
MARRIAGE: Jane GORDON, born 1844, died 1931

14. Gertrude3 LYKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 26 Oct 1802 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was christened 1802 in Mohawk, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE.
SOURCE NOTES for Gertrude:
BAPTISM: Recorded: Caughnawaga Reformed Church, Fonda, Mohawk, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: "Henry Lyker, Catrena Runcle". Sponsors: "Jacob Mushell, Gertry Mushel".
She married Johannes S. CLEMENT. He was born 25 Jun 1793 in Root, Mon tgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Samuel CLEMENT and Margareta FAIRLY.
Known children of Gertrude LYKER and Johannes S. CLEMENT are:

84. f i. Margaret CLEMENT, born 20 Jan 1823 in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., NY, USA. She married (1) Asahel SCOTT 13 Oct 1847. He was born 9 Sep 1825. Asahel died 22 Sep 1858. Notes for Asahel:
OCCUPATION: Merchant of Argusville, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
Margaret married (2) Levi P. SHUFELT 26 Feb 1863. He was born 20 Sep 1814. Levi died 6 Mar 1899. Notes for Levi: OCCUPATION: Farmer of Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY USA.
Margaret died 20 Jan 1909 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 1909 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY, USA.
Notes for Margaret:
CHILDREN: No children from either marriage.
OBITUARY: Name and date of newspaper unknown:

FORMER KINDERHOOK WOMAN
She died on the anniversary of her birthday.

Mrs. Margaret Shufelt, widow of the late Levi P. Shufelt, died Wednesday, the 20th inst. at the home of her nephew, Henry Kling, at Fultonville. Mrs. Shufelt's maiden name was Clement and she was born at Carlisle, Schoharie County, January 20, 1823, the day of her death being her 86th birthday.

She is survived by one brother, Samuel Clement of Binghamton, and one sister, Mrs. Stephen Kling, of Kinderhook. She was twice married, her first husband being Asahel M. Scott, a merchant of Argusville, NY, who died in 1858. In 1863 she married Levi. P. Shufelt, one of Columba County's most careful and progressive farmers who owned a farm one mile north of Kinderhook village, which was her home until Mr. Shufelt's death ten years ago, when she went to reside with her sister, Mrs. Gordon, at Fultonville.

Since Mrs. Gordon's death, two years ago, she has made her home with her nephew, Henry Kling. Funeral services were held at Fultonville, Friday, and interment was at Kinderhook Cemetery, the Rev. Dr. Edward A. Collier officiating.

++ 85. f ii. Catherine CLEMENT, born 6 Jun 1825, died about 18951.
86. f iii. Eva Eliza CLEMENT, born 8 Mar 1828 in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., NY, USA. She married John GORDON. He was born about 1828.
Notes for John:
OCCUPATION: Farmer at Argusville, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
Eva died Jan 1907 in Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY, USA, and was buried 1907 in Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY, USA.
Notes for Eva: OBITUARY: Name of newspaper unknown; hand written date, 22 Jan 1907:

MRS. JOHN GORDON
(From Our Argusville Correspondent)

Mrs. John Gordon, formerly of Arguville, but later of Fultonville, died suddenly at her home Tuesday evening at 9 o'clock. Her husband had missed her about 15 minutes about 2 o'clock and searching, found her in an outbuilding stricken with apoplexy. All that kind hands could do was done, but of no avail.

Mrs. Gordon was in her 75th year. The funeral was held from her late home on Friday at 10 a.m. Interment at Argusville Cemetery, Sharon, Schoharie Co., NY. She is survived by her husband, one step-daughter, Mrs. Emmett Kilts of Sharon; two sisters, Mrs. Stephen Kling of Kinderhook and Mrs. Shufelt of Futonville, and one brother, Samuel Clement of Conklin Forks.

87. m iv. Samuel CLEMENT, born about 1830 in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., NY, USA. He married Julia SHUFELT. She was born about 1830. Notes for Julia:
RESIDENCE: From Kinderhook, Columbia Co., NY USA.
Samuel died Jul 1908. Notes for Samuel:
RESIDENCE: Lived in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY USA.

87. Joseph CLEMENT, born about 1832 in Carlisle, Schoharie Co., NY, USA, died about 1832 in Carlisle, Schoharie Co ., NY, USA. DEATH: Died at only a few months of age.

+ 89. f vi. Mary J. CLEMENT , born 21 Dec 1843, died 28 Jan 1929.

15. Maria3 LYCKER (Henry, Jr.2, Johann1) was born 1805 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Henry LEUCHER, Jr. and Catharine RUNKLE. Maria died 1826 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Maria:
DEATH: She died soon after the birth of her son, Peter.
She married Henry KELLER. He was born about 1805 in Root, Montgomery
Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Henry:
BIRTH: Born at Root Center, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

Known child of Maria LYCKER and Henry KELLER is:
+ 90. m i. Peter KELLER, born 1826

16. Cornelius3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johann1) was born 13 Jun 1788 in Albany, Albany Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. Cornelius died 13 Oct 1863 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 16 Oct 1863 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Cornelius:
TOMBSTONE: Aged 75 years, 4 months. From this his date of birth is calculated to be 13 Jun 1788.
He married Elizabeth BELLINGER 22 Mar 1808 in Glen, NY, USA. She was born 6 Oct 1783 in Montgomery Co., NY. She was the daughter of William BELLINGER and Hannah MATTICE. Elizabeth died 28 Oct 1862 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 30 Oct 1862 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Elizabeth: MARRIAGE: Reformed Church, Glen, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

BURIAL:

TOMBSTONE: 1783.

Cemetery at Lykers Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

Aged 79 years 22 days.

From this date of birth calculated to be 6 Oct

Known children of Cornelius RUNKLE and Elizabeth BELLINGER are:

91. f i.. Margaret RUNKLE, born 22 Dec 1808 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died before 1814 in Glen, Montgomery Co ., NY, USA.
DEATH: Margaret must have died young, before 1 May 1814, when the second Margaret was born.
+92. f ii. Nancy RUNKLE, born 7 Apr 1811.

93. f iii. Margaret RUNKLE, born 1 May 1814 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 22 May 1814 in Root, I + Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She married John WESSELS.
He was born about 1816. John also married (2) Catharine RUNKLE (See number 94). She was born 9 Apr 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was christened 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
She was the daughter of Cornelius RUNKLE and Elizabeth BELLINGER. John died 1840. Margaret died 11 Jan 1843 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and. was buried 1843 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. 18.
Notes for Margaret:
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Cornelius Runkle, Elizabeth Bellinger. Sponsors: None listed.
BURIAL: Cemetery at Lyker's Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
TOMBSTONE: Aged 28 years 8 months 10 days. to be 1 May 1814. From this the date of birth is calculated to be 1 May 1814.

+94. f iv. Catharine RUNKLE, born 9 Apr 1816, died 7 Nov 1840
+95. f v. Maria RUNKLE, born 18 Oct 1818, died 25 Dec. 1882.
96. f vi. Eliza RUNKLE, born 24 Sep 1821 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1821 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Currytonw, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Cornelius Runkle, Elizabeth Bellinger. Sponsors: None listed.

17. Elizabeth3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johann1) was born 4 Dec 1791 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Johann1 RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. Elizabeth died 4 Sep 1866 in Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY, USA, and was buried 7 Sep 1866 in Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Elizabeth:
BURIAL: Smyrna Hill Cemetery, Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY USA. Cemetery located on what was known as the Philip Bellinger farm.
She married Philip BELLINGER. He was born 27 Jan 1787 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of William BELLINGER and Hannah MATTICE. Philip died 25 Aug 1865 in Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY, USA, and was buried 28 Aug 1865 in Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Philip:
BIRTH: Curry town, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
BURIAL: Buried in Smyrna Hill Cemetery, Smyrna, Chenango Co., NY USA. located on what was known as the Philip Bellinger farm.
Known children of Elizabeth RUNKLE and Philip BELLINGER are:
+97. m i. William BELLINGER, born 4 Feb 1809.
+98. m ii. John BELLINGER, born 24 Nov 1812, died 1891.
+99. m iii. Andrew BELLINGER, born 9 Apr 1814.
+100. m iv. Cornelius BELLINGER, born 23 Oct 1816, died 16 Dec 1872.
+101. f v. Ann BELLINGER, born 15 Apr 1819 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 23 Apr 1819 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
+102 m vi. Ann Margaret BELLINGER, born 18 Aug 1821, died Mar 1884.
+103. m vii. Jacob Henry BELLINGER, born 15 Oct 1823, died 9 Jun 1875.
104. m viii. Daniel BELLINGER, born 27 Mar 1826 in Root, Montgomery Co ., NY, USA.
+105 m ix. Phi1ip BELLINGER, born 9 May 1829, died 27 Jan 1922

18. John3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johannl) was born about 1792 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. He married Mary STOWITTS. She was born 1797. She was the daughter of George Philip STOWITTS and Margaret DIEVENDORF.

Known children of John RUNKLE and Mary STOWITTS are:
106. m i. George Henry RUNKLE, born 26 Apr 1820, christened 20 May 1820.
107. m ii. John Malick RUNKLE, born 9 May 1822.
108. f iii. Mary Margaret RUNKLE, born 6 Apr 1825.

19. Henry3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johannl) was born 1794 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. Henry died 10 Apr 1848. He married Catharine RADLEY. She was born about 1794. Catharine died 3 Oct 1868.

Known children of Henry RUNKLE and Catharine RADLEY are:
109. m i. John RUNKLE, born 1815 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
+ 110. f ii. Margaret RUNKLE, born 1817, died 1847.
111. f iii. Susanna RUNKLE, born 1820 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died about 1821 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
DEATH: Died young.
+112. f iv. Mary RUNKLE, born 1823 .
113. f v. Elizabeth Catharine RUNKLE, born 1825 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died about 1826 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
114. f vi.Catharine RUNKLE, born 1828 in Root, Montgomery Co.,. NY, USA, died about 1829 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
DEATH: Died Young.
+115. f vii. Gitty RUNKLE, born 1831, died 1919.
+116. f viii. Hannah Elizabeth RUNKLE, born 1835.
117. m ix. Philip RUNKLE, born 1837 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died about 1838 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
DEATH: Died Young.
20. Mary3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johann1) was born about 1796 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. She married Andrew RADLEY. He was born about 1796.

Known children of Mary RUNKLE and Andrew RADLEY are:
118. m i. Jacob RADLEY, born 30 Jul 1816 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
119. f ii. Eva Elizabeth RADLEY, born about 1818 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
120. m iii.
121. f iv. John RADLEY, born about 1820 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
121. f. iv. Anna Marie RADLEY, born about 1822 in Glen, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

21. Daniel3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johann1) was born 22 Oct 1798 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. Daniel died 30 May 1877 in Root, Montgomery Co" NY, USA. SOURCE NOTES for Daniel:
OCCUPATION: Farmer and worked a 220 acre farm in the Town of Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

CHURCH AFFILIATION: He was a deacon and trustee for many years of the Presbyterian, Church, Carlisle, Schoharie Co., NY USA.
He married Sarah GORDON. She was born about 1798. She was the daughter of Peter GORDON and Phoebe CASLER. Sarah died 26 Dee 1873 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.

Known children of Daniel RUNKLE and Sarah GORDON are:
+ 122. m i. John D. RUNKLE, born 11 Oct 1822, died 1902.
+ 123. m ii. Peter RUNKLE, born 14 Apr 1825, died Jan 1914
+ 124. m iii. Cornelius RUNKLE, born 9 Dee 1827, died 19 Mar 1888
+ 125. m iv. iv. Jacob Gebhard RUNKLE, born 6 Aug 1831, died 1900
+ 126. m v. Henry RUNKLE, born 3 Feb 1836, died Apr 1907 .
127. m vi. Daniel RUNKLE, born 23 Dee 1840 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died about 1921.
MARRIAGE: Not married.

22. Catherine3 RUNKLE (Margareth2, Johann1) was born about 1800 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Johann RUNKLE and Margareth LEUCHER. She married (1) Philip SAGENDORF. He was born about 1800.

Known children of Catherine RUNKLE and Philip SAGENDORF are:
128. m i. John SAGENDORF, born 3 Oct 1819 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
129. f ii. Eveline Elizabeth SAGENDORF, born 11 May 1821 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1821 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.

Catherine married (2) Wendell BURNS. He was born about 1800.
Known children of Catherine RUNKLE and Wendell BURNS are:
130. m iii. Cornelius BURNS, born about 1826.
131. f iv. Eleanor BURNS, born about 1828.

24. Eleanor Elizabeth3 MOSHELL (Gertrude2, Johann1) was born 25 Aug 1789. She was the daughter of Jacob MOSHELL and Gertrude LEUCHER. Eleanor died 17 Jul 1851 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 20 Jul 1851 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Eleanor:
BURIAL: Cemetery on Jacob Dievendorf Farm, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
TOMBSTONE: Died aged 61yrs 10mos 22dys. From this date of birth is calculated to be 25 Aug 1789.
She married Philip STOWITTS 8 Feb 1814. He was born 1 Nov 1799 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was the son of George Philip STOWITTS and Margaret DIEVENDORF. Philip died 1 Mar 1860 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, and was buried 4 Mar 1860 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Philip:
BURIAL: Cemetery on Jacob Dievendorf Farm, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
TOMBSTONE: Aged 70yrs 4mos. From this his date of birth is calculated to be: ?
Known children of Eleanor Elizabeth MOSHELL and Philip STOWITTS are:
132. m i. George Perrior STOWITTS, born 23 Mar 1814 Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1814 Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 31 Aug 1816 Montgomery Co., NY, USA. in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Phillip Stubbage and Hellen Mushel. Sponsors: None listed.
BURIAL: Cemetery on Jacob Dievendorf Farm, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
TOMBSTONE: Aged ly 5m 8d. From this date of birth calculated to be 23 March 1815.
+ 133. m ii. Jacob Moshell STOWITTS, born 15 Jun 1815, died 17 Oct 1904.
+ 134. m iii. Henry P. STOWITTS, born 9 Sep 1819, died 16 Aug 1881.
135. f iv. Gertrude Margaret STOWITTS, born 26 Mar 1822 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 1822 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She married William
TALLMADGE 3 May 1857. He was born about 1822.
Notes for Gertrude:
BAPTISM: Reformed Church, Curry town , Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: Phillip Hellen Mushel. Sponsors: None listed.

RESIDENCE: Glen, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
136. f v. Mary Elizabeth STOWITTS, born 22 Sep 1826 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She married Nelson BENNETT 2 Feb 1853. He was born about 1826. Mary died 4 Sep 1871.
+ 137. f vi. Nancy C. STOWITTS, born 17 May 1832, died 9 Dec 1902.

25. Daniel3 MOSHELL (Gertrude2, Johann1) was born 1791. He was the son of Jacob MOSHELL and Gertrude LEUCHER. He married Martha SKINNER. She was born 12 Apr 1791, and was christened 19 Ju1 1791.
Known children of Daniel MOSHELL and Martha SKINNER are:
138. f i. Gertrude MOSHELL, born 25 Apr 1816.
139. m ii. Jacob MOSHELL, born 2 Sep 1819.
140. f iii. Elizabeth MOSHELL, born 11 Jun 1822.

26. Lawrence3 MOSHELL <See pg. 4> (Gertrude2, Johann1) was born 1793. He was the son of Jacob MOSHELL and Gertrude LEUCHER. Lawrence died 26 Jun 1875. He married Magdaline SHUNK. She was born about 1793.

Known children of Lawrence MOSHELL and Magdaline SHUNK are:
141. f i. Anna Maria MOSHELL, born 10 Sep 1813 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
142. m ii. Jacob MOSHELL, born 25 Nov 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
143. f iii. Mary Magdaline MOSHELL, born 7 Jul 1821 in Root,
Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
+ 144 m iv . Nicholas S. MOSHELL, born 17 Sep 1823.
+ 145. m v. Daniel Henry MOSHELL, born 7 Mar 1825, died 28 Apr 1909.
+ 146. m vi. August MOSHELL, born 1832
147. m vii. Alonzo MOSHELL, born about 1835 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 3 Apr 1835 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA.
148. m viii. Charles H. MOSHELL, born 1837 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 13 Mar 1859.
149. f ix. Elizabeth CARPENTER, born 1842. Adopted.

27. peter3 MOSHELL (Gertrude2, Johann1) was born about 1795. He was the son of Jacob MOSHELL and Gertrude LEUCHER. He married Sara1 BATES. She was born about 1795.

Known child of Peter MOSHELL and Sarah BATES is:
150. f i.. Jane MOSHELL, born 29 May 1813.

28. Nicholas3 MOSHELL (Gertrude2, Johann1) was born about 1797. He was the son of Jacob MOSHELL and Gertrude LEUCHER. He married Eleanor [---?---] . She was born about 1797.

Known child of Nicholas MOSHELL and Eleanor E---?---] is:
151. f i. Maria Margaret MOSHELL, born 3 May 1823, christened 22 Jun 1823.
BAPTISM: Sponsors at baptism: C.C. Young and wife, M. Margaret. (Church?)

33. EiLizabeth3 OTTMAN (Maria2, Johann1) was born 8 Apr 1781 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. She was the daughter of Christopher Christian OTTMAN and Maria Elizabeth LEUCHER. Elizabeth died 20 Feb 1856 in pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, and was buried 1856 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
SOURCE NOTES for Elizabeth:
BIRTH: Lykers Corners, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
MARRIAGE: Reformed Church, Curry town, Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA.
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI USA, along with her husband and 12 children.
She married Aaron CLEMENT 1797 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He was born 10 Apr 1774 in Rotterdam, Schenectady Co., NY, USA. He was the son of John CLEMENT and Jaunetz (Jane) BRADT. Aaron died 16 Mar 1868 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, and was buried 18 Mar 1868 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
NOTES for Aaron:
SOURCE NOTES for Aaron:
BIRTH: Woestina, Rotterdam, Schenectady Co., NY USA.
OCCUPATION: Aaron, like his father and brothers, was a farmer.
In 1794, Aaron's older brother, Samuel, bought from Christopher Fiegenheim, a New York grocer, 500 acres of land in Montgomery Co., NY. The next year, the three brothers, Samuel, Peter and Aaron, assumed the mortgage on this land jointly, and probably moved to their new farm in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, about that time. In 1796, Samuel Clement died, leaving two sons, John S. and John Fairley, both of whom were raised in Aaron Clement's family. The older brother, Peter, moved to Ontario Co. , NY, about 1820.

BIOGRAPHICAL: Among the three brothers, Aaron appears to have been the favorite, for his father left him his land and tools to the exclusion of the other sons; and his uncle, Aaron, left him his property. Perhaps he had more schooling than the rest of his family. His son, Cornelius, stated that "he obtained a very good common school education in the common branches for those times." At another time, however, Cornelius wrote that Aaron was "honest and faithful, consistent in his calling... yet was not a man who was gifted." The fact that he served as secretary and treasurer of various church organizations, drafted agreements for his illiterate neighbors, and was custodian of a small circulating library kept in his house indicates that his learning was somewhat greater than that of most members of his community.

MILITARY: On June 10, 1808, he was appointed ensign of a company of New York militia of which John Roof was Lieutenant Colonel. On May 27, 1812, a little less than two months before the War of 1812 started, Aaron was appointed Lieutenant of a company in the 138th Regiment of Montgomery County infantry commanded by Captain Colyer. On June 22, 1818, the Clerk's Office of the county mailed him notice of his appointment as Captain of a company in the same regiment. Apparently, then he served during the War of 1812, not as Lieutenant, as has generally been believed, but as a Captain. It is unlikely that he saw any military action during the war, although he took part in an expedition to Sacketts Harbor on Lake Ontario which lasted from September 7, 1814 to November 16, 1814.

CHURCH AFFILIATION: Aaron was prominent in the affairs of the local Reformed Protestant Church, in the Montgomery County Auxiliary of the American Bible Society, and in various missionary societies.

RESIDENCE: Lived at Lykers, Root, Montgomery Co., NY.
In 1837 he moved to Pittsford, MI USA. The Lyker Genealogy says that the whole family moved to Pittsford, MI USA.

Marlene Amalfitano writes, 12/2/2000: "In 1835 the entire Clement family moved to southern Michigan, along with some Alpaugh cousins and there is an extensive genealogy of them."

EMIGRATION: His son, Cornelius, writes: "Father and mother had, in early life, known something of the hardships and toil of pioneers; but the desire of keeping the family near each other, and the temptation of cheap land for each a farm, and the children's welfare, lead them to break from the old home and loving associations of friends and kind neighbors, and they came, in the decline of life, to build another home, in what was to them at the time, the Far West."

On October 25, 1836, Aaron Clement arrived in Detroit on his first trip to the Michigan Territory to see for himself its possibilities. After looking around Bean Creek Valley, the area recommended by his sons, he finally bought on November 2, 1836, from John and Asenath Gustin, 240 acres of partlly improved land in Section 3 of pittsford Township, paying $2,700.00.

During the next several years, he bought 791 additional acres of land in Hillsdale Co. and was given in 1852 by the US Governent for his services in the War of 1812, 40 acres more.

On April 29, 1837, he and his family, excepting Mary and Henry, who were married and remained behind, and Samuel and Christopher, who were already in Michigan, left Root, Montgomery Co., NY, for their new home. They arrived in Pittsford at 2:00 p.m. on May 18. Lycker, the fifth son, had driven a team and wagon from New York and had arrived a few days before the rest of the family. The daughter, Mary, with her family came to Michigan in May, 1838, and Henry arrived there in 1840. All of the children, except Samuel, who had settled in Detroit, settled on farms near their father.

BIOGRAPHICAL: From Daniel A. Wisner, 18 Redman Road, Milan, MI 48160-1615, 26 March 2001:
Unlike most of the early settlers, Aaron Clement moved his family to Michigan in mass from an outstanding situation. They lived, near Schenectady, NY, on a beautiful fully cleared and developed site overlooking the Mohawk River.

The reason always stated for the move to Michigan was that the old man wanted to have his twelve children to live nearby him on adjacent farms! The real reason may be that Aaron feared the possible adverse effect the transients traveling through the nearby town of Brown's Hollow on their migration west via the newly opened Erie Barge Canal might have on the family. Aaron apparently did not want his children marrying strangers and going their separate ways.

In the Spring of 1835 he sent Samuel, the fourth son, to Michigan to find and purchase land for the family. Later they moved in mass via the Erie Barge Canal. Lycker, the fifth son had driven a team and wagon from New York and had arrived a few days before the rest of the family. Aaron left my great, great grandfather, Henry, the oldest son, then near forty years of age, behind to dispose of the Clement family property, which he sold at an exeellent price.

Can you imagine starting over after raising twelve childre of your own, plus two foster sons of your dead brother?

Aaron lived to be ninety-four with all children except Henry and nearby. Henry lived about six miles away and Samuel lived in Detroit. However, are buried along with the rest of Aaron's children in the Locust Corners of Aaron's homestead near Pittsford, Michigan.

BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale co., MI USA, alont with his 12 children and presumably his wife.

FAMILY REUNION: It is interesting to note that on 17 September 2000, the 107th Annual Clement Family Reunion had a tour of the Aaron Clement homestead and the fine brick home built by his son, Peter. It is interesting to note that the original home built on this site, unlike most pioneer homes, has been maintained nearly unmodified and is in excellent condition for a 164 year old painted wood frame house.(Donal A. Wisner. 26 March 2001)

Known children of Elizabeth OTTMAN and Aaron CLEMENT are:
152. f i. Jane CLEMENT, born 16 Nov 1798 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 15 Jun 1870 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, and was buried 18 Jun 1870 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hi11sda1e Co., MI USA.
+ 153. ii. Henry CLEMENT, born 26 Sep 1800, died 12 Oct 1881
154. f iii. Mary CLEMENT, born 7 Sep 1802, died 2 Jun 1847.
155. f iv. Catharina (Catlina) CLEMENT, born 7 Oct 1804 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 23 Nov 1803 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 21 Feb 1879 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, and was buried 1879 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, Map1etown, Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: "Aaron Clement, Elisabeth Otman" . Sponsors: None listed. Baptized at New Nisketyone. (Where is this?)
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hil1sda1e Co., MI USA.
156. m v. John A. CLEMENT, born 24 Jan 1807 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 15 Feb 1807 in Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, died 14 Sep 1826 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, and was buried 17 Sep 1826 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA. BAPTISM: Recorded: Reformed Church, Mapletown, Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., NY USA. Parents: "Aaron Clement, Elizabeth Otman". Sponsors: None listed. Baptized at New Nisketyone. (Where is this?)
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI USA.
HISTORICAL NOTE: A manuscript arithmetic book belonging to John can be seen in the museum at Ft. Johnson, NY.
+ 157. m vi. Christopher CLEMENT, born 6 Oct 1808, died 22 Mar 1899.
158. m vii. Aaron CLEMENT, Jr. born 6 Oct 1809 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA, died, and was buried in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI USA>
+ 159. m viii. Samuel CLEMENT, born 18 Nov. 1810, died 25 Nov. 1874..
160. f ix. Angelia CLEMENT, born about 1811 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY USA, died, and was buried in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA.
BURIAL: Locust Corner Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI USA.
+ 161. m x. Lycker CLEMENT< born 6 Jan 1813, died 28 Dec 1883.
162. m xi. Peter CLEMENT, born 2 Feb 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA, christened 3 Mar 1816 in Root, Montgomery Co., NY, USA. He married Jennette BUNNELL 6 Oct 1879. She was born about 1816. Peter died 26 Dee 1888 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA, S and was buried 1889 in Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI, USA. Notes for Peter:
BURIAL: Locust Corners Cemetery, Pittsford, Hillsdale Co., MI USA.
+ 163. f xii. Gertrude Catharine CLEMENT, born 13 Oct 1818, died 16 Mar 1881.
+ 164. f xiii. Margaret CLEMENT, born 5 Jan. 1821, died 22 Jul 1900.
+ 165. m xiv. Cornelius CLEMENT, born 26 Aug. 1824, died 2 Mar 1907.

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