David Conover's Famous Cousins
Person Page 4425

         

Christina Schuyler (F)
b. 18 June 1733, d. circa 1782, #221220
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     Christina Schuyler was also known as Catherine Schuyler. Christina Schuyler was born on 18 June 1733 at Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Abraham Schuyler and Catherine Staats. Christina Schuyler married John Voorhees, son of Johannes Van Voorhees and Sarah Schenck, on 26 April 1749 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Christina Schuyler died circa 1782.

Children of Christina Schuyler and John Voorhees
John Voorhees b. 14 Jan 1750, d. c 1800
Catrintie Voorhees b. 22 Oct 1752
Catherine Schuyler Voorhees+ b. 25 Dec 1753, d. 2 Aug 1816
Abraham Voorhees b. 16 Sep 1770

Abraham Schuyler (M)
b. 24 August 1704, #221221
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     Abraham Schuyler was born on 24 August 1704 at Willemstadt, New York. He was the son of Abraham Davidtse Schuyler and Geertuy Ten Broeck. Abraham Schuyler married Catherine Staats on 7 September 1732 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.

Children of Abraham Schuyler and Catherine Staats
Christina Schuyler+ b. 18 Jun 1733, d. c 1782
Gertrude Schuyler b. 15 Dec 1738, d. 19 Mar 1792

Catherine Staats (F)
b. 1 November 1702, #221222

     Catherine Staats was also known as Catrina Staats. Catherine Staats was born on 1 November 1702 at Albany, Albany County, New York. She married Abraham Schuyler, son of Abraham Davidtse Schuyler and Geertuy Ten Broeck, on 7 September 1732 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.

Children of Catherine Staats and Abraham Schuyler
Christina Schuyler+ b. 18 Jun 1733, d. c 1782
Gertrude Schuyler b. 15 Dec 1738, d. 19 Mar 1792

Abraham Davidtse Schuyler (M)
b. 6 August 1663, d. 9 July 1726, #221223
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     Abraham Davidtse Schuyler was also known as Abraham Davits Schuyler. Abraham Davidtse Schuyler was born on 6 August 1663. He was the son of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyntje Ver Planck. Abraham Davidtse Schuyler married Geertuy Ten Broeck, daughter of Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck and Christina Cornelise Van Buren, on 11 November 1691. Abraham Davidtse Schuyler died on 9 July 1726 at age 62.

Child of Abraham Davidtse Schuyler and Geertuy Ten Broeck
Abraham Schuyler+ b. 24 Aug 1704

Geertuy Ten Broeck (F)
b. 18 December 1678, #221224
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     Geertuy Ten Broeck was born on 18 December 1678 at New York. She was the daughter of Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck and Christina Cornelise Van Buren. Geertuy Ten Broeck married Abraham Davidtse Schuyler, son of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyntje Ver Planck, on 11 November 1691.

Child of Geertuy Ten Broeck and Abraham Davidtse Schuyler
Abraham Schuyler+ b. 24 Aug 1704

Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck (M)
b. circa 1642, d. 13 September 1717, #221225

     Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck was born circa 1642. He married Christina Cornelise Van Buren circa 1663. Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck died on 13 September 1717.

Child of Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck and Christina Cornelise Van Buren
Geertuy Ten Broeck+ b. 18 Dec 1678

Christina Cornelise Van Buren (F)
b. circa 1644, #221226

     Christina Cornelise Van Buren was born circa 1644 at New York. She married Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck circa 1663.

Child of Christina Cornelise Van Buren and Dirck Wesslese Ten Broeck
Geertuy Ten Broeck+ b. 18 Dec 1678

Catalina Schuyler (F)
b. 14 January 1678, #221227
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     Catalina Schuyler was also known as Catlyn Schuyler. Catalina Schuyler was born on 14 January 1678 at Albany, Albany County, New York. She was the daughter of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyntje Ver Planck. Catalina Schuyler married Johannes Abeel circa 10 April 1694 at Albany, Albany County, New York. Catalina Schuyler married Rutger Jansen Bleecker, son of Jan Jansen Bleecker and Margrietje Rutgerse Van Schoendenwoert, on 26 May 1712 at Albany, Albany County, New York.

Child of Catalina Schuyler and Rutger Jansen Bleecker
Jacobus Bleecker+ b. 9 Dec 1716, d. 8 May 1791

Johannes Abeel (M)
b. circa 1667, d. circa 1711, #221228

     Johannes Abeel was born circa 1667. He married Catalina Schuyler, daughter of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyntje Ver Planck, circa 10 April 1694 at Albany, Albany County, New York. Johannes Abeel died circa 1711.

Rutger Jansen Bleecker (M)
b. 13 May 1675, d. 4 August 1756, #221229
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     Rutger Jansen Bleecker was born on 13 May 1675 at Albany, Albany County, New York. He was the son of Jan Jansen Bleecker and Margrietje Rutgerse Van Schoendenwoert. Rutger Jansen Bleecker was baptized on 16 May 1675 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York. He married Catalina Schuyler, daughter of David Pieterse Schuyler and Catalyntje Ver Planck, on 26 May 1712 at Albany, Albany County, New York. Rutger Jansen Bleecker left a will on 16 January 1756. He died on 4 August 1756 at Albany, Albany County, New York, at age 81.

Child of Rutger Jansen Bleecker and Catalina Schuyler
Jacobus Bleecker+ b. 9 Dec 1716, d. 8 May 1791

Jacobus Bleecker (M)
b. 9 December 1716, d. 8 May 1791, #221230
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     Jacobus Bleecker was also known as James Bleecker. He was baptized on 9 December 1716 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany County, New York. He was the son of Rutger Jansen Bleecker and Catalina Schuyler. Jacobus Bleecker married Abigail Lispenard, daughter of Anthony Lispenard and Elizabeth De Klyne, on 6 July 1740 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. Jacobus Bleecker was a Justice of the Peace in 1755. He was an Episcopal Church Warden between 1760 and 1763. He died on 8 May 1791 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, at age 74.

Children of Jacobus Bleecker and Abigail Lispenard
Anthony Lispenard Bleecker+ b. 18 Jun 1741, d. 26 Apr 1816
Rutger Bleecker b. 12 May 1743
Johannes Jacob Bleecker b. 30 Mar 1745, d. 2 Oct 1795
James Bleecker b. 19 Mar 1747
David Bleecker b. 17 Jun 1749
James Bleecker b. 24 Jan 1751
Elizabeth Grace Bleecker b. 13 Sep 1753
Leonard Bleecker b. 21 Dec 1755
Andrew Bleecker b. 25 Jul 1759

Abigail Lispenard (F)
b. 27 June 1718, d. 17 February 1807, #221231
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     Abigail Lispenard was born on 27 June 1718 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. She was the daughter of Anthony Lispenard and Elizabeth De Klyne. Abigail Lispenard married Jacobus Bleecker, son of Rutger Jansen Bleecker and Catalina Schuyler, on 6 July 1740 at New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. Abigail Lispenard died on 17 February 1807 at Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, at age 88. She was buried on 20 February 1807 at Trinity Church Cemetery, New York City, New York County, New York.

Children of Abigail Lispenard and Jacobus Bleecker
Anthony Lispenard Bleecker+ b. 18 Jun 1741, d. 26 Apr 1816
Rutger Bleecker b. 12 May 1743
Johannes Jacob Bleecker b. 30 Mar 1745, d. 2 Oct 1795
James Bleecker b. 19 Mar 1747
David Bleecker b. 17 Jun 1749
James Bleecker b. 24 Jan 1751
Elizabeth Grace Bleecker b. 13 Sep 1753
Leonard Bleecker b. 21 Dec 1755
Andrew Bleecker b. 25 Jul 1759

Anthony Lispenard Bleecker (M)
b. 18 June 1741, d. 26 April 1816, #221232
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     Anthony Lispenard Bleecker was born on 18 June 1741 at possibly, New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York. He was the son of Jacobus Bleecker and Abigail Lispenard. Anthony Lispenard Bleecker married Mary Noel, daughter of Garrat Noel and Frances Matilda Jaymee, on 4 May 1763 at First and Second Presbyterian Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Anthony Lispenard Bleecker was Merchant/Real Estate. He left a will on 3 November 1814. He died on 26 April 1816 at New York City, New York County, New York, at age 74. He was buried on 27 April 1816 at Trinity Church Cemetery, New York City, New York County, New York. Anthony was one of the most well-known and important Bleeckers sinceJan Jansen Bleecker. He was shipping merchant and real estate auctioneer of New York City and was a very wealthy man. He owned the farm where the present-day Bleecker St. lies. His residence was 74 Broadway, across from Rector St., where the large Bleecker family lived for many years. It has been described as aspacious house with a garden. Access to the stables was from Wall St. Anthonywas a Major in the 1st Regiment Provincials under a Col. Henry in 1775. Duringthe British occupation of New York City, the family lived in New Jersey (Morristown?) from 1776-1783. He is listed in the 'March Tax List' for Newark, NJ in 1782. When General George Washington returned to Manhattan after the British evacuation in 1783, Anthony is said to have been on the committee to offically welcome him back. Upon his own return to New York City, Anthony started the family real estate and auctioning business, located for a time at 178 Pearl St. Healso owned the Roger Jumel Mansion at 160th St. for a time. It was Washington's headquarters for awhile during the war and it is now the oldest and most historic house left in Manhattan. He is listed on p. 22 in the 1786 New York Directory, the city's first, as an auctioneer at 40 Wall St. The original reads: 'Bleecker L. Anth 40 auctioneer Wall Sf'. By 1792, 'Anthony L. Bleecker and Sons' were listed as stock brokers. (Bleeckers occupied four of the 28 seats on the New York Stock Exchange in 1818). His signature appears on the original list of subscribers of the capital stock for the Manhattan Company, later the Bankof Manhattan Trust Company. The list dates from April 1799. Anthony also was involved in New York's historic Trinity Episcopal Church, situated across from Wall St. He became a vestryman there in 1785. He served until 1807 when he became a warden for five years. He purchased the family vault in its churchyard in 1790 where Bleecker family burials took place well into the 20th century. Hewas by far the most powerful Bleecker in New York City history. The size of his land, his political and business influence is well documented. However, it isprobably the quality of his descendants in the 19th century, and the families they married into, which shows the respect he had. Among the names: Roosevelt, Neilson and Harriman. The New York Times obituary of his grandson Anthony J.Bleecker (18 Jan 1884; 8:1) recalled the family tale of Anthony coming into his house one day to announce he had bought 160 acres 'out in the country' and that his friends laughed at him for wasting his money. That land of course became Greenwich Village where Bleecker St. runs today. It has been written he never lived on the land and that he died at the family homestead at 74 Broadway. Alexander McDonald's book on the Bleecker family has their marriage on 10 May 1762, performed by a Rev. Joseph Trent. Anthony's obituary in The New-York Evening Post states his funeral was to be on 'Sunday afternoon 5 o'clock from lateresidence 74 Broadway.' His will was proven 8 May 1816. He left everything to his wife Mary and mentioned son's James, Garrat and Anthony as executors. Mary Bleecker and her father are listed as 'communicants of the First Presbyterian Church' of New York City in a member's list dated 11 December 1769. (NYGBR, Vol. 131, Number 4, p.289). 4 May 1763New YorkGideon Tucker, 'Names of Persons for whom Marriage Licenses were issued by theSecretary of the Province of New York Previous to 1784,' (Albany, 1860), p.33.3.

Children of Anthony Lispenard Bleecker and Mary Noel
James Noel Bleecker b. 10 Dec 1764
Frances Bleecker b. 14 Oct 1766
Garret Noel Bleecker b. 30 Oct 1768
Anthony Bleecker b. 27 Oct 1770
William Bleecker b. 12 Jul 1772
John Bleecker b. 6 Mar 1774
Alexander Noel Bleecker Sr. b. 5 Jul 1775
Mary Bleecker b. 15 Jun 1777
Abigail Bleecker+ b. 16 Jul 1779, d. 19 May 1861
Elizabeth De Hart Bleecker b. 2 Aug 1781
Alice Bleecker b. 13 Nov 1783
Leonard A. Bleecker b. 14 Oct 1786
Josepha Matilda Bleecker b. 25 Dec 1788

Mary Noel (F)
b. 5 November 1743, d. 25 August 1828, #221233
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     Mary Noel was born on 5 November 1743 at Cádiz, Spain. She was the daughter of Garrat Noel and Frances Matilda Jaymee. Mary Noel married Anthony Lispenard Bleecker, son of Jacobus Bleecker and Abigail Lispenard, on 4 May 1763 at First and Second Presbyterian Church, New York City, New York County, New York. 4 May 1763New YorkGideon Tucker, 'Names of Persons for whom Marriage Licenses were issued by theSecretary of the Province of New York Previous to 1784,' (Albany, 1860), p.33.3. Mary Noel died on 25 August 1828 at New York City, New York County, New York, at age 84. She was buried at Trinity Church Cemetery, New York City, New York County, New York. The story is that Mary's English father moved to Cádiz, Spain where he met and married Frances and that is where Mary was born. Her obituary in the 'New-York Evening Post' of 26 August 1826 reads 'Relic of Anthony L. Bleecker' aged 85. The Trinity burial record has her aged 84,nine months and 20 days. She is mentioned in Alice Noel Huske's will, proved 1782 in New Market, Cambridge, England as 'Garret's daughter Mary.' Noel Bleecker Fox wrote in the late 20's that he had photos of silouettes of Anthony and Mary Noel Bleecker.

Children of Mary Noel and Anthony Lispenard Bleecker
James Noel Bleecker b. 10 Dec 1764
Frances Bleecker b. 14 Oct 1766
Garret Noel Bleecker b. 30 Oct 1768
Anthony Bleecker b. 27 Oct 1770
William Bleecker b. 12 Jul 1772
John Bleecker b. 6 Mar 1774
Alexander Noel Bleecker Sr. b. 5 Jul 1775
Mary Bleecker b. 15 Jun 1777
Abigail Bleecker+ b. 16 Jul 1779, d. 19 May 1861
Elizabeth De Hart Bleecker b. 2 Aug 1781
Alice Bleecker b. 13 Nov 1783
Leonard A. Bleecker b. 14 Oct 1786
Josepha Matilda Bleecker b. 25 Dec 1788

Abigail Bleecker (F)
b. 16 July 1779, d. 19 May 1861, #221234
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     Abigail Bleecker was born circa 16 July 1779 at New York. Abigail Bleecker was born on 16 July 1779 at Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Anthony Lispenard Bleecker and Mary Noel. Abigail Bleecker married Dr. John Neilson III, son of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees, on 10 February 1798. Abigail Bleecker married Dr. John Neilson III, son of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees, on 19 February 1798 at New York City, New York County, New York.
Abigail Bleecker and Dr. John Neilson III appeared on the census of 31 August 1850 at New York City, New York County, New York; real estate value 50,000.00. Abigail Bleecker died on 19 May 1861 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 81. She was buried at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Abigail died of 'debility.' And like other members of her family, her body was removed from the Marble Cemetery, New York City and reburied at New Brunswick, NJ in 1905. Her death date is also listed in the Index for Marble burials, listed on the Internet. It too says she was born 1779 and was removed to New Brunswick. Abigail was 71 years old in the 1850 U.S. Census.

Children of Abigail Bleecker and Dr. John Neilson III
John Neilson Jr. b. 13 Jan 1799, d. 22 Sep 1851
Anthony Bleecker Neilson b. 12 May 1801, d. 6 Nov 1860
Mary Noel Neilson b. 5 Mar 1803, d. 24 Oct 1863
Edward Henry Neilson b. 16 Jan 1805, d. 1 Sep 1837
Catharine Neilson b. 17 Mar 1807, d. 21 Sep 1888
Josepha Matilda Neilson+ b. 27 Nov 1809, d. 21 Aug 1881
Julia Neilson b. 29 Dec 1811, d. 19 Aug 1878
Cornelia Neilson+ b. 27 Apr 1814, d. 15 Jul 1889
Charles Frederick Neilson b. 22 Aug 1816, d. 24 Apr 1878
William Staats Neilson b. 9 Nov 1818, d. 7 Jul 1873
Helena Neilson b. 29 Jan 1821, d. 14 Mar 1913
Henry Augustus Neilson b. 5 Jan 1824, d. 12 Feb 1862

Dr. John Neilson III (M)
b. 3 April 1775, d. 18 June 1857, #221235
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Governor William Averell Harriman (Politician-Diplomat)

     Dr. John Neilson III was born on 3 April 1775 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was the son of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. Dr. John Neilson III was baptized on 9 April 1775 at Presbyterian Church, New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He married Abigail Bleecker, daughter of Anthony Lispenard Bleecker and Mary Noel, on 10 February 1798. Dr. John Neilson III married Abigail Bleecker, daughter of Anthony Lispenard Bleecker and Mary Noel, on 19 February 1798 at New York City, New York County, New York. Dr. John Neilson III was shown in the census on 31 August 1850 as a physician.
Dr. John Neilson III and Abigail Bleecker appeared on the census of 31 August 1850 at New York City, New York County, New York; real estate value 50,000.00. Dr. John Neilson III died on 18 June 1857 at New York City, New York County, New York, at age 82. He was buried at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. 1850New York, NY1850 U.S. Census, New York City, NY (15th Ward); p.216.3 Johnis called a prominent physician of New Brunswick in a biography of W. Averell Harriman. He was the oldest practitioner of medicine in the city. In family notes, concerning Trinity Church, his name appears with the dates 1848-1851. He may have been on the vestry (and it could refer to his son John as well). Johnis the head of the household in the 1850 U.S. Census for the 15th Ward of New York City. He was a 75 year old Physician, worth $50,000 and born in New Jersey. Along with he and Abigail were children Mary, Charles and Henry, along with six Irish servants, including a 12 year old girl. John died at 726 Broadway. John owned Vault #40 at the Marble Cemetery in New York City where many of the family are buried. Yet, his body was moved to New Brunswick, NJ in 1905. Was John born in Somserset County?

Children of Dr. John Neilson III and Abigail Bleecker
John Neilson Jr. b. 13 Jan 1799, d. 22 Sep 1851
Anthony Bleecker Neilson b. 12 May 1801, d. 6 Nov 1860
Mary Noel Neilson b. 5 Mar 1803, d. 24 Oct 1863
Edward Henry Neilson b. 16 Jan 1805, d. 1 Sep 1837
Catharine Neilson b. 17 Mar 1807, d. 21 Sep 1888
Josepha Matilda Neilson+ b. 27 Nov 1809, d. 21 Aug 1881
Julia Neilson b. 29 Dec 1811, d. 19 Aug 1878
Cornelia Neilson+ b. 27 Apr 1814, d. 15 Jul 1889
Charles Frederick Neilson b. 22 Aug 1816, d. 24 Apr 1878
William Staats Neilson b. 9 Nov 1818, d. 7 Jul 1873
Helena Neilson b. 29 Jan 1821, d. 14 Mar 1913
Henry Augustus Neilson b. 5 Jan 1824, d. 12 Feb 1862

Anthony Bleecker Neilson (M)
b. 12 May 1801, d. 6 November 1860, #221236
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     Anthony Bleecker Neilson was born on 12 May 1801. He was the son of Dr. John Neilson III and Abigail Bleecker. Anthony Bleecker Neilson married Emily Coles Neilson on 4 May 1826 at New York City, New York County, New York. Anthony Bleecker Neilson was Doctor ? He died on 6 November 1860 at age 59. Anthony is called a well-known doctor in the obituary of is son William. However, that claim is put on Anthony's father is other sources.

Emily Coles Neilson (F)
b. 24 June 1812, d. 21 January 1880, #221237

     Emily Coles Neilson was born on 24 June 1812. She married Anthony Bleecker Neilson, son of Dr. John Neilson III and Abigail Bleecker, on 4 May 1826 at New York City, New York County, New York. Emily Coles Neilson died on 21 January 1880 at age 67. As the dates are recorded by A. J. Bleecker, she was 14 when they married. I will need to confirm this. There is an Emily Neilson, 'wid. Anthony B. h 57 W. 17th' in the New York City Directory for 1869. Mrd. at father's home (MARK'S) Her parents are believed to be Hannah Coles and William Neilson mrd. 1803. I did not realise that she was a Neilson by birth as well which is claimed by Neilson researchers. AJB's work needs to be consulted again to clarify but is does appear that Coles is not her last name as I orignally thought.

Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. (M)
b. 11 March 1745, d. 3 March 1833, #221242
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     Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. was born on 11 March 1745 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. was born on 11 March 1745 at Raritan Landing, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was the son of John Neilson Sr. MD and Johanna Coeymans. Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. married Catherine Schuyler Voorhees, daughter of John Voorhees and Christina Schuyler, on 31 December 1768 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. was a Col., U.S. Army. He died on 3 March 1833 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey, at age 87. He was buried at Van Liew Cemetery, New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. John served as colonel of minute men, 1775, and as brigadier general of militia, 1777. He was deputy quarternaster general at the close of the war. He was born in New Brunswick, where he died (See DAR Nos. 918, 2189, 4963, 16345 and SAR application #133818). It also been written that John was a Brigidier General, the son of Dr. John Neilson and Johanna Coejemans. A biography of W. Averell Harriman says John was on the staff of General George Washington and later served in the Continental Congress for New Jersey. He may also have been known asa merchant in New York City.

Children of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees
James Neilson b. c 1770, d. b 1784
Joanna Neilson b. 30 Jul 1771, d. 17 Mar 1773
Dr. John Neilson III+ b. 3 Apr 1775, d. 18 Jun 1857
Joanna Neilson b. 26 Jan 1777, d. 26 Dec 1781
Gertrude Neilson b. 25 Apr 1780, d. 13 Feb 1863
Catherine Schuyler Neilson b. 28 Mar 1783, d. 27 Feb 1860
James Neilson b. 3 Dec 1784, d. 21 Feb 1862
Johanna Neilson b. 7 Jun 1786, d. 31 Oct 1858
Samuel Staats Neilson b. 17 Sep 1790, d. 14 Oct 1810
Abraham Schuyler Neilson Esq.+ b. 10 Sep 1792, d. 30 Jun 1861
Cornelia Lott Neilson b. 19 Nov 1794, d. 4 Feb 1797

Catherine Schuyler Voorhees (F)
b. 25 December 1753, d. 2 August 1816, #221243
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Governor William Averell Harriman (Politician-Diplomat)
Michael Kirk Douglas (Actor)

     Catherine Schuyler Voorhees was born on 25 December 1753 at Piscataway, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of John Voorhees and Christina Schuyler. Catherine Schuyler Voorhees married Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr., son of John Neilson Sr. MD and Johanna Coeymans, on 31 December 1768 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Catherine Schuyler Voorhees died on 2 August 1816 at age 62.

Children of Catherine Schuyler Voorhees and Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr.
James Neilson b. c 1770, d. b 1784
Joanna Neilson b. 30 Jul 1771, d. 17 Mar 1773
Dr. John Neilson III+ b. 3 Apr 1775, d. 18 Jun 1857
Joanna Neilson b. 26 Jan 1777, d. 26 Dec 1781
Gertrude Neilson b. 25 Apr 1780, d. 13 Feb 1863
Catherine Schuyler Neilson b. 28 Mar 1783, d. 27 Feb 1860
James Neilson b. 3 Dec 1784, d. 21 Feb 1862
Johanna Neilson b. 7 Jun 1786, d. 31 Oct 1858
Samuel Staats Neilson b. 17 Sep 1790, d. 14 Oct 1810
Abraham Schuyler Neilson Esq.+ b. 10 Sep 1792, d. 30 Jun 1861
Cornelia Lott Neilson b. 19 Nov 1794, d. 4 Feb 1797

John Neilson Sr. MD (M)
#221244

     John Neilson Sr. MD married Johanna Coeymans.

Child of John Neilson Sr. MD and Johanna Coeymans
Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr.+ b. 11 Mar 1745, d. 3 Mar 1833

Johanna Coeymans (F)
#221245

     Johanna Coeymans married John Neilson Sr. MD. Johanna Coeymans was also known as Mary Courtenay.

Child of Johanna Coeymans and John Neilson Sr. MD
Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr.+ b. 11 Mar 1745, d. 3 Mar 1833

James Neilson (M)
b. circa 1770, d. before 1784, #221246
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     James Neilson was born circa 1770 at New Jersey. He was the son of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. James Neilson died before 1784.

Gertrude Neilson (F)
b. 25 April 1780, d. 13 February 1863, #221247
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     Gertrude Neilson was born on 25 April 1780 at Col. James Abeels, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey. Gertrude Neilson was born on 25 April 1780 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. Gertrude Neilson married Rev. George Spofford Woodhull on 4 June 1799.
Gertrude Neilson appeared on the census of 2 August 1850 at with her son John, West Windsor Twp., Mercer County, New Jersey.
Gertrude Neilson appeared on the census of 8 June 1860 at with her son John, Princeton Twp., Mercer County, New Jersey. She died on 13 February 1863 at age 82.

James Neilson (M)
b. 3 December 1784, d. 21 February 1862, #221248
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     James Neilson was born on 3 December 1784 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. He was the son of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. James Neilson married Ravine Forman on 26 March 1811. James Neilson married Jane Dunlap on 25 January 1820. James Neilson married Hariette Benedict on 11 December 1833. James Neilson married Catherine Bleecker on 16 January 1844. James Neilson died on 21 February 1862 at age 77.

Johanna Neilson (F)
b. 7 June 1786, d. 31 October 1858, #221249
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     Johanna Neilson was born on 7 June 1786 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. Johanna Neilson died on 31 October 1858 at age 72; not married.

Catherine Schuyler Neilson (F)
b. 28 March 1783, d. 27 February 1860, #221250
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     Catherine Schuyler Neilson was born on 28 March 1783 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Brig. Gen. John Neilson Jr. and Catherine Schuyler Voorhees. Catherine Schuyler Neilson married Augustus Fitz Randolph Taylor MD on 3 October 1804 at New Brunswick, Middlesex County, New Jersey. Catherine Schuyler Neilson died on 27 February 1860 at age 76.


         

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