Eleanor Ackerman

F, #20339, b. circa 1790
  • Birth*: circa 1790; "Rhoda married Joseph Dorland Losee abt. 1842. Joseph was born in Bath or Ernestown on 12 April 1820. Circumstantial evidence suggests his parents are Joseph Losee and Eleanor Ackerman (Ockerman) of Bath, ErnestownRhoda married Joseph Dorland Losee abt. 1842. Joseph was born in Bath or Ernestown on 12 April 1820. Circumstantial evidence suggests his parents are Joseph Losee and Eleanor Ackerman (Ockerman) of Bath, Ernestown" per email from Gail Faibish, JUly 31, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1810; Principal=Joseph Losee
  • Married Name: after 1810; Losee

Family: Joseph Losee b. c 1790

Harriet Fralick

F, #20340, b. 1849
  • Birth*: 1849; Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Location per 1850 Census. Per 1851 Census.
  • Census*: 1851; Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 2 at 1851 Census: see Wesley Fraleigh1
  • Census: April 1861; Athol Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ontario; Age 11 at 1861 Census: see Waity Fraleigh (mother)2

Citations

  1. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 2.
  2. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 11.

Gerhard Dingman1,2

M, #20341, b. 1709, d. 1780
  • Birth*: 1709; Kinderhoek, Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Sep 17 1709 (from other sources) per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004.3
  • Baptism: 9 January 1709; Reform Dutch Church, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Kinderhook per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Albany per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.3
  • Marriage*: before 1732; Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Columbia co. per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.; Principal=Saarje Sarah Jansen3,4
  • Death*: 1780; Machiche, Quebec; Date c. 1780 since wife is shown as a widow in Nov 1780 - if this woman is the wife of this Gerhardus Dingman?
    " ... Her father Groddus Dingman ... died there in '82 .. " from U.E.L. Claim of daughter Eva - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    "They both died in a refugee camp at Machiche Quebec about 1782 I believe." per email from Betty Gartner, Nov 8, 2002.
    Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.2,4,5
  • Note*: before 1750; Susquehana River, New York, U.S.A.; "His daughter Eva stated that her father was a Loyalist. Other names are Gerhard, Gerit, Garret, Gerdus ect. First residence on he Susquehanna River , second residence on the Mohawk River" per GEDCOM of James Eubanks, Aug 1, 2002.4
  • Residence: before 1778; Unadilla, Otsego Co., New York, U.S.A.; Unadilla is in Otsego County which is immediately west of Schoharie County which is immiediately west of Albany County, which is immediately north of Green County. The Dingman's moved just a small distance - maybe a long way in those days. That explains why they could not get away from troubles.5
  • Residence*: before 1778; Unadilla, Otsego Co., New York, U.S.A.; "These folks lived first in the Kinderhook , Columbia County area, then to Lunenburg (now Athens) Greene County, then to Unadilla on the Susquehanna River. All this to avoid the talk of separation and rebellion and they got right into the worst of it at Unadilla." per email from Betty Gartner, Nov 8, 2002.5
  • Residence: 25 September 1779; Machiche, Quebec; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Sept to 24 Oct 1779; Gradus Dingman (Sr.); 1-1-1-0; from Niagara; Machiche" from Haldimand Papers, B166 - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.2
  • Note: before 1780; Canada; "U.E.L. Claims Cont'd.: Garret Dingman wits. for John Woodcock claim. John Woodcock wits. knew Gerardus Dingman, he came to Canada on acct. of his loyalty, he had 3 horses, 1 bull, 5 sheep, 5 hogs, taken by the enemy." per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.2

Family: Saarje Sarah Jansen b. 1712, d. 1782

  • Marriage*: before 1732; Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Columbia co. per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.; Principal=Saarje Sarah Jansen3,4

Citations

  1. Gerhard per Baptism of daughter Eva. Also Gerardus per christening record of son Dirk.
  2. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.
  3. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.
  4. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  5. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Saarje Sarah Jansen1,2

F, #20342, b. 1712, d. 1782
  • Birth*: 1712; per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.3,4
  • Baptism: 27 January 1713; Reform Dutch Church, Albany, Albany Co., New York, U.S.A.; per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004.3
  • Marriage*: before 1732; Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Columbia co. per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.; Principal=Gerhard Dingman3,4
  • Death*: 1782; Machiche, Quebec; "They both died in a refugee camp at Machiche Quebec about 1782 I believe." per email from Betty Gartner, Nov 8, 2002.
  • Married Name: before 1732; Dingman
  • Residence*: 25 October 1780; Machiche, New York, U.S.A.; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Oct to 24 Nov 1780; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-0-0-0-0; widow; Machiche" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Burleigh adds a notation to indicate that this was the wife of Gradus, Sr.5

Family: Gerhard Dingman b. 1709, d. 1780

Citations

  1. Surname Jansen per email from Gael Hanlon, Oct 20, 2005.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.
  4. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  5. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.

Sarah "Eva" Dingman1,2,3

F, #20343, b. March 1745
  • Birth*: March 1745; Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.
  • Baptism: 13 April 1745; Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; "1745, Apr, 13, Loonenburg, Eva, dau. of Gerhard Dingman & Sarah his wife, 4 weeks old" from "Zion Lutheran Church, Loonenburg (Athens, Green Co.) - per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.
    Date Apr 13 1764 per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1 2002.3,2
  • Marriage*: after 1765; New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kathy Hoeldke & Mary Rindfleisch, Aug 15, 2004.; Principal=James McNutt2
  • Marriage*: after 1783; Canada; "Claimant says she is now the wife of John Pencil ..." also regarding first husband " .. he died in '79, Mashishe ... " see Eva Dingman's U.E.L. Claim - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.; Principal=John Pencil3
  • Married Name: after 1766; McNutt
  • Residence*: 10 August 1780; Machiche, Quebec; "Widow McNutt; Pennsylvania; self, 1 child over 12, 5 children under 12" from War Office Papers - per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.3
  • Married Name: after 1783; Pencil
  • Note*: after 1784; "Eva stated that she had five brothers and that her father was a Loyalist" per GEDCOM of James Eubanks, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Note: 30 September 1787; Montreal, Quebec; "U.E.L. Claims: Eva McNutt, late of Tyron County, widow of James McNutt. Montreal, Sep. 30, 178?. Claimant says she is now the wife of John Pencil. She was at Mashishe in '83. Her first husband, James McNutt, was nat. of A. Lived on Susquehana. Her husb. had engaged to serve in Sir Johns 2 Battalion in '78. He gave his name to the Seargnt to serve. He had come into Canada & meant to join, he died in '79, Mashishe, left a son now with Claimt, 14 yrs of age. He had 300 acres on Susquehana of Banyard & Wallis was to have paid in 10? years, had not paid. Cleared 20 acres. Lost 3 horses, 5 sheep, 5 hogs, furniture, clothes. The rebel Indians took them or killed them. Her father Groddus Dingman was driven to Canada as a Loyalist - died there in '82. He had some stock on his farm at Susquehana which was taken or killed. She is entitled only to a share of Father's Estate. She has 5 Bros. living. Her mother died at Mashishe. Claimt is entitled to the clothes & effects which she lost at Susquehana by the Rebels." per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Last digit of date of document is cut off; may be a 7?? - later shows as 1787
    Note: Tyron Co. later became Montgomery Co.3

Family 1: James McNutt b. 1738, d. 1779

  • Marriage*: after 1765; New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kathy Hoeldke & Mary Rindfleisch, Aug 15, 2004.; Principal=James McNutt2

Family 2: John Pencil b. c 1745

  • Marriage*: after 1783; Canada; "Claimant says she is now the wife of John Pencil ..." also regarding first husband " .. he died in '79, Mashishe ... " see Eva Dingman's U.E.L. Claim - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.; Principal=John Pencil3

Citations

  1. Sarah Eva Dingman per GEDCOM of Richard Ripley, Jan 11, 2004. Eva per U.E.L. Claim.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.

Peter Dingman

M, #20344, b. 1740
  • Birth*: 1740; Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Christening: 15 May 1740; Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003.1

Citations

  1. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.

Maria Dingman1

F, #20345, b. 8 July 1744
  • Birth*: 8 July 1744; Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Jul 8 1744 per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1, 2002.2,3
  • Christening: 29 July 1744; Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003.2

Citations

  1. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  2. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.
  3. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Cornelia Dingman1

F, #20346, b. 14 April 1748, d. circa 1788
  • Birth*: 14 April 1748; Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Apr 14 1748 per Baptism. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1, 2002.2,3
  • Christening: 12 June 1748; Zion Lutheran Church, Loonenburg, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; "1748,June, 12, Loonenburg, Cornelia, dau. of Gerhard Dingman & Sarah his wife, born April 14" per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004. per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003.2
  • Marriage*: 3 September 1770; Stone Arabia, Montgomery Co., New York, U.S.A.; per "Ian & Beth Roberts, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004.; Principal=James Crowder4
  • Death*: circa 1788; Mountain Twp., Dundas Co., Ontario; Date c. 1788 & location Mountain Twp. per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004.
    Note: "An exact date of death is not known. It is most likely that Cornelia died during the 'Hungry Year' (1788) when many of the area settlers died of starvation." per "Ian & Beth Roberts, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004.4
  • Married Name: 3 September 1770; Crowder

Family: James Crowder b. 11 Feb 1748, d. 1835

Citations

  1. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  2. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.
  3. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  4. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.

Gerrit Dingman1

M, #20347, b. 1754
  • Birth*: 1754; Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Christening date May 19 1754 in Coxsackie, Greene Co, NY, per IGI Record (Batch C510551). Date Jul 29 1744 and Location Lunenbergh Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002. Per GEDCOM of James Eubank, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Christening: 19 May 1754; Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. Per IGI Record - Parents Gerardus Dingman & Sara.
  • Marriage*: after 1775; Principal=Hannah ?
  • Residence: before 1775; Warenbush, Albany Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Loyalist Claims: Garret Dingman, Warenbush, Albany Co., J. J." per Burleigh Papers, Queens's Univeristy Archives, Loc. 2324, Aug 3 2004.2
  • Note: 10 August 1780; Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; Pennsylvania is the place name in the "Ret. of men, women & ch. not attached at Machiche 10 Aug 1780" per Burleigh Papers. Might this mean that Garret Dingman, her husband was in military operations there???2
  • Note: before 1781; Warrensbush, Montgomery Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Johnson's first settlement in the new world was on the land of his uncle, to which he gave the name of Warren's Bush. This settlement was about half a mile below what is now (south) Amsterdam, and as late as 1795 was known as "Johnson's Settlement." taken from bio of Sir William Johnson - Biographical Sketches, Excerpts from "The History of Montgomery Classis, R. C. A., 1916", by W. N. P. Dailey
  • Residence: before 1781; Warrenbush, Montgomery Co., New York; " ... Nat. of A. Lived at Warrenbush on the Mohawk. Joined the Brit. in '81 ... " from U.E.L. Claim - per Burleigh Papers, Queen's Univeristy Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug. 3, 2004.
    Note: Warrenbush is shown as on the Mohawk River. Tyron Co. became Montgomery Co. in April 1784, named after General Richard Montgomery who was killed at Quebec in December of 1775 (per web site History of the Third Tyron County Militial) This would be west of Schenectady which is just north west of Albany.3
  • Residence: 1781; Canada; " ... Joined the British in '81 .... he came to Canada in '81 ... " from U.E.L. Claim - per Burleigh Papers, Queen's Univeristy Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug. 3, 2004.2
  • Note: 24 October 1781; Warrenbush, Montgomery Co., New York; "On October 24th, Major John Ross with about 600 Indians, Loyalists, Germans, and British Regulars burned the settlements from Currytown to Warrensbush. They crossed the Mohawk River and headed for the village of Johnstown." from the web page "History of the Third Tyron County Militial"
  • Note*: 27 January 1783; Canada; "War Office Papers: dd. K.R.R.N.Y. (about 27-1-1783); Corporal; Garret Dingman aged 28, born Americam 5' 10", 1 year 3 months service" per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.2
  • Residence: 1784; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; G. Dingman - living 1784 in Fredericksburgh (Early Ontario Settlers, Norman K. Crowder) - from Canadian Genealogical Index.4
  • Residence: 6 October 1784; Third Township, Cataraqui, Ontario; "Muster of Disb. Solds & Loy. at Tp. 3 (Cataraqui) Mustered 6 Oct 1784: 2 K.R.R. - G. Dingman; 1-1-0-0-1-0" from Haldimand Papers v. B-168 - per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.
    Note: The notation +10 is over the 5th digit - means child over 10??2
  • Residence: 1786; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; "Garret Dingman, Fredericksburgh - Stamped Book, R. R. NY Muster Roll, P. L. 1786. Had drawn 100 acres L. B. A. 1794, Grant 200" from UEL List, Crown Land Grants, Toronto, Ontario Registers CD5
  • Note: 20 September 1787; Montreal, Quebec; "948. Garret Dingman, late of Albany Co.; Montreal, Sep. 20 1787; Claimt was at Cataraqui in '83. Nat. of A. Lived at Warrenbush on the Mohawk. Joined the British in '81. Served in Sir John's 2d Bat'l'n. to the end of the War. Had 100 acres on the Susquehana. No deed; work it 4 yrs. bef. ye War. Cleared 200 acs. Went from thence to Warensbush, after the Indians had been on the Susquehana. Took 50 acres there; was 2 years there. Must have been in '78. When he came into Canada in '81. Left a stock at Warenbush, 2 horses, 2 cows, 5 sheep, 10 hogs, utensils, furniture. All taken from his wife after he went away. --- John Woodcock, Wits.: Knew claimts. Place on Susquehana, had considerable clearance, had settleld 2 years before ye War. Went to Warrensbush. When he went away in '81 he left his stock in Witness Custody, a mare & colt, 1 cow, 1 heifer, 5 hogs, 7 shep. His furniture was taken away from his home. His wife was stript of everything. The stock was taken from Wits. house." per Burleigh Papers, Queen's Univeristy Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug. 3, 2004.2
  • Residence: 19 March 1793; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Land Petition: "To His Excellency John Graves Simcoe, Esq., Lieu. Governor and Commander in Chied of the Province of Upper Canada ... The Memorial of Garret Dingman, Loyalist ... Hereby sheweth that your Excelllency's memorialist has drawn and made improvements on one hundred acres land. That ... two hundred acres is still due to your memorialist which he humbly crave to be assigned to him in the township of Richmond in the County of Lennox. Adolphustown, 19th March 1793 - Garret Dingman6
  • Residence: circa 1794; Conc 1 Lot 21 W, Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; "Fredericksburgh Quebec Plan; Garret Dingman, Conc 1, Lot 21 W" per Burleigh Papers, Queens's Univeristy Archives, Loc. 2324, Aug 3 2004.2
  • Residence: 1794; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Loyalists: Name: Garret Dingman; Residence: Fredericksburgh; Descendants: Stamped Book R. R. N. Y. Muster Roll. R. R. N. Y. P.L 1786. Had drawn 100 acres, L. B. A. 1794. Grant 200." Appendix B, Copy of "Old U. E. List" preserved in the Crown Land Department, Toronto - from Ontario Registers CD5
  • Note: 8 January 1794; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Land Petition: "the bearer, Garret Dingman, having on the twenty eighth day of January the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety four preferred to this Board a Petition address to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor in Council for a grant of two hundred acres of land in the Township of Richmond in the Midland District. We have examined into his character and pretensions and find that he has received one hundred acres in the township of Fredericksburgh in the Midland District as a loyalist and that he has settled on and has improved the same and that he is entitled to a further assignment of two hundred acres in the township of --- in the Midland District. Given at the Board at Adolphustown this twenty eighth day of January 1794." from Upper Canada Land Petitions, "D" 3/55, Vol 150, Reel C1743, Ontario Archives.
  • Residence*: 8 January 1794; Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Per Land Petition, Garret Dingman already had received a grant of 100 acres in Fredericksburgh which he had settled on and improved by the time of the petition for a further 200 acres. Not sure which Garret Dingman this is??
  • Census*: 1799; Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Jacob, John and Gutar Dingman are listed in the list of residents in 1799 in Percy Twp. It is taken from "The Percy Portage", page 108, copied at The Warkworth Public Library, 5-2-1003
    Note: Not sure if this is the "Gutar" shown on this list but is the only one likely.

Family: Hannah ? b. c 1754

  • Marriage*: after 1775; Principal=Hannah ?

Citations

  1. Gerrit per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003.
  2. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.
  3. [S5] Unknown author, Charles Buchanan, Interviewer: William John Buchanan.
  4. [S51] Unknown subject, Canadian Genealogical Index.
  5. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  6. [S24] Unknown location, Upper Canada Land Petitions; unknown film.

Jacob Dingman

M, #20348, b. 1675, d. 1745
  • Birth*: 1675; Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date c. 1673 per Kathleen Last Web Site. Date Date 1675 Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.1
  • Marriage*: 9 October 1698; Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Albert's granddaughter Eva Swartout married Jacob Dingman, son of Adam who arrived in New York in the mid-1600s. ... movd to Albany in 1655." from not of Judy Watten, Nov 28, 1999 - found in Famous Dingmans Book, Ruth & Emerson Smart's Books, Jan 16, 2004.
    Date per Kathleen Last's Web Site. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.; Principal=Eva Swartwout2,3
  • Death*: 1745; Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Per IGI Record.4

Family: Eva Swartwout b. 1671, d. a 1745

Citations

  1. [S18] Adam Dingman of Kinderhook, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/calm/…
  2. [S18] Adam Dingman of Kinderhook, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/calm/…, Kathleen Last.
  3. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.
  4. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.

Eva Swartwout1

F, #20349, b. 1671, d. after 1745
  • Birth*: 1671; Hurley, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date c 1678 per IGI Record. Date 1671 Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.2
  • Marriage*: 9 October 1698; Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Albert's granddaughter Eva Swartout married Jacob Dingman, son of Adam who arrived in New York in the mid-1600s. ... movd to Albany in 1655." from not of Judy Watten, Nov 28, 1999 - found in Famous Dingmans Book, Ruth & Emerson Smart's Books, Jan 16, 2004.
    Date per Kathleen Last's Web Site. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.; Principal=Jacob Dingman3,4
  • Death*: after 1745; New York, U.S.A.; Per IGI Record.2
  • Married Name: 9 October 1698; Dingman

Family: Jacob Dingman b. 1675, d. 1745

Citations

  1. Surname spelling Swartwoud per Kathleen Last's Web Site, Jan 14, 2003.
  2. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  3. [S18] Adam Dingman of Kinderhook, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/calm/…, Kathleen Last.
  4. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.

Adam Dingman

M, #20350, b. circa 1699
  • Birth*: circa 1699; Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date per Christening would be b. 13 Feb 1701?? Date Nov 2 1701 Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Christening: 7 January 1700; Albany, Albany Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Jan 7 1700 per "Descendants of Adam Dingman by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at the Marylyn Adams Research Centre, Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. Per IGI Record. Also shown as Jan 7 1700 in another IGI Record. Another records shows Nov 2 1701 Kingston, Ulster Co.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1730; Principal=Anna Eva
  • Note*: 1729; Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, U.S.A.; Adam Dingman is included in a list of contributors to the salary of the Rev. J. Van Driessen, the first pastor. from History of Kinderhook's Adam Dingman Family, Jan 14, 2003.2

Family: Anna Eva b. c 1700

Citations

  1. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  2. [S18] Adam Dingman of Kinderhook, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/calm/…

Anna Eva

F, #20351, b. circa 1700
  • Birth*: circa 1700; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Marriage*: circa 1730; Principal=Adam Dingman
  • Married Name: circa 1730; Dingman

Family: Adam Dingman b. c 1699

Johannes "John" Dingman

M, #20352, b. 1703
  • Birth*: 1703; New York, U.S.A.; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Christening: 13 February 1704; New York, U.S.A.; per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003.
  • Marriage*: after 1723; Principal=Mareytje Muller

Family: Mareytje Muller b. c 1703

Mareytje Muller

F, #20353, b. circa 1703
  • Birth*: circa 1703; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1723; Principal=Johannes "John" Dingman
  • Married Name: after 1723; Dingman

Family: Johannes "John" Dingman b. 1703

Jesje Jesse Eefje Dingman1

M, #20354, b. 12 January 1707
  • Birth*: 12 January 1707; Albany, Albany Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Jan 12 1707 per "Descendants of Adam Dingman by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at the Marylyn Adams Research Centre, Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. Per IGI Record.
    Date Sep 7 1706 per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.

Citations

  1. Per "Descendants of Adam Dingman by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at the Marylyn Adams Research Centre, Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. Per IGI Record.

Richard Derrick Dingman1,2,3,4

M, #20355, b. 4 November 1736, d. May 1790
  • Birth*: 4 November 1736; Lunenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Nov 4 1736 per "Ian & Beth Robers, Dingman Connection" book of Emerson & Ruth Smart, May 3, 2004. per Christening. per GEDCOM of James Eubanks, Jan 18, 2003. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.2,5
  • Christening: 5 November 1736; Zion Lutheran Church, Loonenburgh, Greene Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Dirk, b. 4 Nov., bap. 5 Nov. at Loon. son of Gerardus & Saartje Dingman - Zion Lutheran Church, Loonenburgh, Greene Co., N.Y." per Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug. 3, 2004.
    per "Descendants of Adam Dingman" by Judy (Rebbeck) Watten, copied at Ameliasburgh, Aug 25, 2003. per GEDCOM of James Eubanks, Jan 18, 2003.2,3
  • Marriage*: before 1773; New York, U.S.A.; Principal=Jane ?
  • Death*: May 1790; St. Lawrence River, Williamsburgh Twp., Dundas Co., Ontario; "Richard (Derrick) of Matilda, Soldier, Capt. Angus McDonnell's Company, R. R. NY. He was drowned with wife and one small child in the St. Lawrence River in May 1790, a little above Weager's Mill in Williamsburgh Twp." from UEL Lists, Ontario Registers CD
    Drowned on St. Lawrence river. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.4
  • Residence*: before 1775; Susquehana, New York, U.S.A.; "In 1775 he lived on the Susquahana." per Loyalist Claims - per Burleigh Papers, Queens's Univeristy Archives, Loc. 2324, Aug 3 2004.3
  • Note: 1777; New York, U.S.A.; "Before that time he had seen two years with Capt. Joseph Brant." per The Burleigh Papers, Queens University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.3
  • Note: 1779; New York, U.S.A.; "In 1779 he joined the British." per The Burleigh Papers, Queens University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.3
  • Note: 1783; Mal Bay; "Says that he was employed in the King's Works at Mal Bay in 1783." per The Burleigh Papers, Queens University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.
    Note: There is a Mal Bay at the east end of Qaspe in Quebec. Any others? Where was this??3
  • Note: 1783; New York, U.S.A.; "He enlisted in Sir John Johnson's Reg't. when he came in and served until the Peace." per The Burleigh Papers, Queens University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.3
  • Note: 1784; "It would make sense that a Richard Smith, Sr. would have been of the proper age to have served in the Revolutionary War, therefore, making him eligible for land. His son Richard would have had the opportunity for 2 parcels of land, one through his father and the other through his wife whose father, Richard Dingman served in the Royal Regiment of New York." per email from Doug Smith, Feb 20, 2004.6
  • Note*: 1786; Osnabruck Twp., Stormont Co., Ontario; Loyalists: Name: Dingman, Richard; Residence: Osnabruck; Descendants: R. R. N. Y. Muster Roll. Has a wife and 5 children. P. L. 2d, 1786 (Ontario Registers CD)4
  • Note: 3 March 1788; Montreal, Quebec; "430: Evidence on the Claim of Rich'd Dingman, late of Susquehana, N. York Province. Montreal, 3 March 1788. Claimant Sworn: Says that he was employed in the King's Works at Mal Bay in 1783. He is a native of America. In 1775 he lived in the Susquehana. He joined the British in 1779. Before that time he had seen two years with Capt. Joseph Brant. He enlisted in Sir John Johnson's Reg't. when he came in and served until the Peace. Resides 5th Township N. Johnstown. 100 acres on a lease for ever on the Susquehana. He had cleared 16 acres and had a House and Stable. A cow and 2 Heifers, a Horse and 2 Sheep and 17 Hogs. Furnished and farming utensils. Grain in the ground." from U.E.L. Claims Cont'd - per The Burleigh Papers, Queens University Archives, Aug. 3, 2004.3
  • Residence: circa 1789; Matilda Twp., Dundas Co., Ontario; "Dingman, Richard (Derrick) of Matilda, soldier, Capt. Angus McDonell's Company, R.R.N.Y. He was drowned, with his wife and one small child, in the St. Lawrence River, May 1790, a little above Weager's Mill, in Williamsburgh Twp.; Eve, b. 9 Jan 1786, m. Archibald Hill of Montague. OC 31 May 1803; Mary, b. 22 March 1774, m. Roswell Everts of Augusta. OC 15 March 1803; Rachel, b. 30 May 1783, m. David Aldridge of Augusta. OC 15 Mar 1803; Leah, b. 14 March 1778, m. (1) Charles Bursett, (2) Abial Walton; Saraah, b. 9 Apr 1776, m. Richard Smith. OC 5 Jan 1798 (Sons and Daughters of American Loyalists, Ontario Registers CD)4

Family: Jane ? b. c 1736, d. May 1790

  • Marriage*: before 1773; New York, U.S.A.; Principal=Jane ?

Citations

  1. Given names Richard Dyrk per GEDCOM of Peggy Doyle. Written as "Dirk" per christening record. Richard (Derrick) Dingman per UE List.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  5. [S53] Unknown compiler, RuthEm.
  6. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Jane ?

F, #20356, b. circa 1736, d. May 1790
  • Birth*: circa 1736; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Marriage*: before 1773; New York, U.S.A.; Principal=Richard Derrick Dingman
  • Death*: May 1790; St. Lawrence River, Williamsburgh Twp., Dundas Co., Ontario; "Richard (Derrick) of Matilda, Soldier, Capt. Angus McDonnell's Company, R. R. NY. He was drowned with wife and one small child in the St. Lawrence River in May 1790, a little above Weager's Mill in Williamsburgh Twp." from UEL Lists, Ontario Registers CD
    Drowned on St. Lawrence river. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.1
  • Married Name: after 1756; Dingman
  • Residence*: 25 October 1780; Machiche, Quebec; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Oct to 24 Nov 1780; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-0-0-0-3; Rl. Yorkers; Machiche" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Bruleigh added a notation indicating this was the wife of Richard Dingman.
    Note: The number 3 may indicate 3 female children; they had three daughters at that time.
    2
  • Residence: 25 March 1781; Machiche, Quebec; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Mar to 24 Apr 1781; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-0-0-0-4; Rl. Yorkers; Machiche" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Bruleigh added a notation indicating this was the wife of Richard Dingman.
    Note: The number 4 may indicate 4 female children?; they had three daughters at that time.
    2
  • Residence: 25 August 1781; Machiche, Quebec; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Aug to 24 Sept 1781; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-0-0-0-4; Rl. Yorkers; Machiche" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Bruleigh added a notation indicating this was the wife of Richard Dingman.
    Note: The number 4 may indicate 4 female children?; they had three daughters at that time that I have.2
  • Residence: 25 December 1781; Machiche, Quebec; "Provisions Gratis: 25 Dec 1781 to 24 Jan 1782; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-0-0-0-4; Rl. Yorkers; Machiche" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Bruleigh added a notation indicating this was the wife of Richard Dingman.
    Note: The number 4 may indicate 4 female children?; they had three daughters at that time that I have.2
  • Residence: 19 November 1783; Sorel, Quebec; "Acknowledge Receipt of Clothing: 19 Nov 1783; Mrs. Dingman; 0-1-2-1; Sorel" per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.
    Note: Dr. Bruleigh added a notation indicating this was the wife of Richard Dingman.
    Note: The numbers indicate 2 children over 6 and one child under 6, which reflects the ages of the three daughters.2

Family: Richard Derrick Dingman b. 4 Nov 1736, d. May 1790

Citations

  1. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  2. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.

James McNutt

M, #20357, b. 1738, d. 1779
  • Birth*: 1738; Date 1738 per GEDCOM of Kathy Hoeldke and Mary Rindfleisch, Jan 16, 2003. Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.1
  • Marriage*: after 1765; New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kathy Hoeldke & Mary Rindfleisch, Aug 15, 2004.; Principal=Sarah "Eva" Dingman1
  • Death*: 1779; Machiche, Quebec; " ... he died in '79, Mashishe ... " per U.E.L. Claim of his wife, Eva (Dingman, McNutt) Pencil - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.2

Family: Sarah "Eva" Dingman b. Mar 1745

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.

John Pencil

M, #20358, b. circa 1745
  • Birth*: circa 1745; Per GEDCOM of Nancy Moshier, Aug 1, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1783; Canada; "Claimant says she is now the wife of John Pencil ..." also regarding first husband " .. he died in '79, Mashishe ... " see Eva Dingman's U.E.L. Claim - per The Burleigh Papers, Queen's University Archives, Kingston, Ontario, Aug 3, 2004.; Principal=Sarah "Eva" Dingman1

Family: Sarah "Eva" Dingman b. Mar 1745

Citations

  1. [S55] Unknown compiler, Burleigh Papers.