was also known as Michael Jurry. The original name was Yurrie.
Other names Jaeger, Yeager, Jaeger. Michael Yerry was born circa 1730 at Pfaltz, Germany. He married Elizabeth Freer
on 15 November 1759 at Dutch Reformed Church, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New York. Michael Yerry married Elizabeth Freer
on 15 November 1759 at Dutch Reformed Church, Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York. Http://www.lakedunmorevt.com/vdb/5gen.doc has the following information:
Henry Vanderburgh married about 1792 RACHEL YERRY. Rachel was the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Yerry who were living in Dutchess County in as early as 1770. Henry and Rachel lived in Poughkeepsie where Henry was again employed as a mason.
On 16 May 1795, "Henry Vanderburgh, mason," and Rachel for £66, 13 shillings conveyed their interest in three tracts of land to John Yerry, farmer, of Poughkeepsie. Rachel and her brother, John Yerry, and sister, Mary Polmatier (wife of John) had inherited this property from their parents. The property consisted of three tracts, all located in Poughkeepsie. One tract was 40 acres that their father had obtained in a 13 May 1770 indenture from the heirs of Simeon Freer. The other two tracts of 9 1/2 acres and 1 1/2 acres, 30 perches had been purchased by Michael Yerry from John Freer on 10 Feb 1771. Apparently, Henry and Rachel did not reside on any of this property, but actually lived as tenants on an acre of property owned by Col. John Freer. After Col. Freer died in 1807, his executors, on 4 Apr 1810, sold this acre to Henry Vanderburgh for $500.
 Poughkeepsie Reformed Dutch Church, New York State Library microfilm #0533472, reference number A974.733, fP87R3F. Vol. 2, Baptisms 1773-1809. Page 45. [The marriage of Henry Vanderburgh & Rachel is estimated based on the birthdate on their first known child - 14 Dec 1792. Some compiled accounts of Henry’s life state that he married on 26 Dec 1779 Elizabeth Everitt in the Dutch Reformed Church at Poughkeepsie. This marriage is not correct. He has been confused with his first cousin, Henry, son of John Vanderburgh and Elizabeth Low, who lived in Poughkeekpsie. Elizabeth Everitt had a brother, Richard, who married Hester, also a daughter of John Vanderburgh and Elizabeth Low.]
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