was also known as Nicoleas Losier. He was also known as Claes Losier. He was also known as Nicholas Lozier. He was also known as Claes Lozier. He was also known as Nicholas Le Sueur. He was baptized on 10 June 1668 at Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York. He was baptized on 10 June 1668 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. He was the son of Francois Le Sueur
and Jannatie Hildebrand Pietersen
. Nicholas Lozier published marriage intentions on 10 April 1691 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Nicholas Lozier married Trintje Slot
, daughter of Peter Jansen Slot
and Marretie Jacobse Van Winkle
, on 8 May 1691 at Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York County, New York. Nicholas Lozier admitted to the church at Dutch Reformed Church 4 April 1702. He married Antie Banta
, daughter of Derrick Epkese Banta
and Ester Dedricks
, on 26 June 1709 at Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Nicholas Lozier became a deacon at Dutch Reformed Church 1713. He became and elder at Dutch Reformed Church 1723. On 23 December 1730 signed for Rev. Mancius to become pastor of the chruch at Schraalenburg (now Dumont), New Jersey.
He left a will in 1745. He was a farmer and shoemaker. He died before 8 April 1761. His estate was proved on 8 April 1761. Nicholas, only three years old when his father died, was raised by his Dutch mother and her relatives. On sister and three brothers precede Nicholas who later took the name ' Lozier' ( Dutch phonetic pronunciation of 'Le Sueur'). Nicholas was a founder of the First Reformed Church in Hackensack, NJ, and purchased a farm in Teaneck, NJ, which remained in the Lozier family until at least 1927. His will was probated April 8, 1761 in New Jersey. Nicholas was baptised on June 10, 1668. His witnesses were Jacob Barentszen Kool and Marritie Simons.