Phillipe (Philip) Delano

[17446] [17447] [17448] [17449]

7 Dec 1602 - 19 Dec 1681

Father: Jean Delano
Mother: Marie Mehieu

Family 1 : Hester (Esther) Dewsbury
  1.  Philip Delano
  2.  Mary Jane Delano
  3. +Jonathan Delano
  4.  Rebecca Delano
  5.  Thomas Delano
Family 2 : Mary Pontus
  1.  Samuel Delano (De La Noye)

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[17446] Alias: Philippe De /La Noye/
The Story of The Pilgrim Fathers; 1897, by Edward Arber:
There is also one PHILIP DE LA NOYE [afterwards corrupted to Delano],
born of French Parents, came to us from Leyden, to New Plymouth: who,
coming to age of discerning, demanded also communion with us; and,
proving himself to be come of such parents as were in full communion with
the French Churches, was hereupon admitted by the Church of Plymouth. And
after, upon his removal of habitation to Duxbury, where Master Ralph
Partridge is Pastor ofthe Church; and upon Letters of Recommendation
from the Church at Plymouth: he was also admitted into fellowship with
the Church at Duxbury, being six miles distant from Plymouth. And so, I
dare say, if his ocasions lead him, may [be admitted] from Church to
Church throughout New England."
DELANO, PHILIP was a member of the Separatist Church at Leiden, bom of
French parents, and had been in communion with the French (Walloon)
church (Winslow, Hypocrisie Unmasked, p. 64). He arrived at Plymouth on
the Fortune in 1621, was a Purchaser, and was on the 1633 freeman list.
He made the first recorded land sale in Plymouth after the institution of
private property; in 1627 he sold to Stephen Deane for 4 pounds, one acre
of land (obviously his share of the 1623 land division) on the north side
of town between the first and second brooks, adjoining the land of Moses
Simonson on one side and Stephen Deane on the other (PCR 12:7). Delano
deposed in 1641 that he was about thirty-six years old (Lechford's
Notebook, p. 420). In 1637 he volunteered for the Pequot War (PCR 1:61).
On 2 October 1637 he was given forty acres of land in Duxbury, adjoining
the lands of John Alden and Edward Bumpus (PCR 1:67).
He served on various juries and commissions, especially grand juries
(PCR, passim).
He was on the 1662 list of first-born children to get land at
Middleborough (PCR 4:19).
Philip Delano married (1) Hester Dewsbury on 19 December 1634 (PCR 1:32).
Hemarried (2) Mary (Pontus) Glass, widow of James, sometime between 3
September 1652 (death of James Glass -Pope) and 3 December 1659 (when his
wife Mary joined him in a deed-Ply. Colony LR 2:2:41).
On 3 May 1664 Hannah Churchill, widow, asked that one-half the lands
granted to William Pontus be given to her; the court, with the consent of
Philip Delano and his wife Mary, the other daughter of William Pontus,
granted her request (PCR 4:58).
On 5 July 1682 Philip's sons Thomas and Samuel (Samuel was called the
only son of the second wife) agreed to follow what they knew to be the
intent of their father, now deceased, for the distribution of his estate;
his other children sharing the estate were John, Jane, Rebecca, and
Philip (MD 11:250). Besides the six namedchildren, he also had Jonathan,
Mary, and Esther. A comprehensive family history with a large number of
errors and awkward manner of presentation is JoelAndrew Delano, The
Genealogy, History, and Alliances of the American House of Delano 1621 to
1899 (New York, 1899). (See also Kerry William Bate, "Some Delano
Questions," (TAG 52:91), and "Some Delano Answers," (TAG 53:172).
Oneof Philip's sons, Thomas Delano, married a daughter of John Alden, as
is shown by signatures on Alden's estate settlement dated 13 June 1688
(MD 3:11), but which daughter has been controversial. Daugher Mary had
been accepted, butin 1947 the Society of Mayflower Descendants decided
that it had to be daughter Rebecca instead. The matter had been
thoroughly aired in 1932-33 by letters from various genealogists to the
Boston Transcript genealogy column. Daughter Mary had signed the 1688
Alden settlement as Mary Alden, with her signature immediately above
Thomas Delano's. This in itself would show that in 1688 she was still an
Alden, not a Delano. Thomas Delano was married before 30 October 1667
when the court fined him 10pounds for

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Laura Bell Hall

29 May 1864 - 21 Sep 1944

Father: Miles Hall
Mother: Sarah Ellen Johnson


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Amelia Sophia Guelph Hanover Of Great Britain

[29105]

10 Jul 1711 - 31 Oct 1786

Father: George Augustus Hanover King George II of Great Britain & Ireland
Mother: Caroline von Brandenburg


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                                                                                                                                     _Ernst August Hanover, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenberg, Elector of Hanover _|_____________________________________________________________
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                                                                     _George Louis Hanover King George I of Great Britain & Ireland_|
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Lewis Heacock

ABT 1830 - ____

Family 1 : Nancy Dismore

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Emilia Hussey

[22234]

1380 - ____

Family 1 : John Sydenham
  1. +Walter Sydenham

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Andrew Messenger

[13942] [13943] [13944]

ABT 1615 - AFT 1681

Father: Andrew Messenger
Mother: Sara Unknown

Family 1 : Rachel Manning
  1. +Samuel Messenger
  2.  Abigail Messenger
  3.  Mary Messenger
  4.  Andrew Messenger

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[13942] Andrew Messenger is an ancestor of US President Millard Fillmore

Residence: by 1637, said to be in Connecticut by 1639, on Long Island, NY

ANDREW MESSENGER II was born about 1615 in England. It is not known for certain just when he came to America, whether with his Father or a bit later. He was here early on.

The ship Hector and another vessel brought the families of a solid group of St. Stephen's parishioners, who wintered in Massachusetts Bay Colony. The large group had not been in Boston long before many knew that conditions were not to their liking. In the autumn of 1637, they sailed south along the coast until they sighted a good harbor and the land north of it called "Quinnipac" which they purchased from friendly Indians.

Andrew Messenger was among the founders of the settlement of New Haven, Connecticut. At first it was governed under a "Plantation Covenant" now extant. In June 1639 the Fundamental Principles of a New Government, which is sometimes called the New Haven, "Fundamental Agreement," and is not to be confused with the "Fundamental Orders," signed at about the same time in Hartford, Connecticut. Andrew Messenger was one of the signers of the "New Haven Fundamental Principles or Agreement," which shows that he was one of the founders of New Haven, where he may have lived until 1656.

He was a witness, along with Robert Husted, to the signing of the deed from the Indians on July 18, 1640, when Robert Feake and Daniel Patrick, as agents for the New Haven, Connecticut Colony, purchased from the Indians the land where the settlement of Greenwich, Connecticut was immediately formed.

He either purchased or was granted a parcel of land in Greenwich where he may have lived. On the other hand, he may have continued living in New Haven and merely owned the Greenwich land, which on October 5, 1642 he sold to Robert Husted of Greenwich. On February 18, 1656, Andrew was granted land in Jamaica, Long Island, New York.

On March 10, 1656, he was one of the fourteen signers of a petition sent to the Governor General "Peter Stuyvesant, Esq." of New Netherlands, asking the council for the grant of a certain tract of land, purchased by them from the Indians, called Concrasset (Jamaica, Long Island.) The request was granted at Fort Amsterdam on March 21, 1656. Thus he is also one of the founders of Jamaica. Andrew Messenger II was a farmer and a carpenter.

On November 25, 1656, seventeen men, one of whom was Andrew Messenger signed a declaration that they were owners of the land by virtue of Purchased from the Indians and grant from the Governor and Council. Each man has reserved himself ten acres of "meadowing" and this shall remain in his and his heirs, executors and assignees for his proper right, every man taking his lot according to his first right of the land. Andrew was fourth according to his proper right among the seventeen men. This was according to their wealth.

On July 1, 1657, the seventeen men of the Jamaica Plantation divided themselves into four squadrons to do meadow cutting. Andrew was in the fourth squadron. They were to cut eastward from the creek in the Hasoky Meadow to the Skupash River. On June 29, 1658, the squadron drew lots as to where each should mow. Andrew's squadron drew the same lot as the year before. On March 25, 1659 Andrew drew the "Long Neck Meadow."

On February 18, 1660, at the town meeting the meadows were divided into four necks. Andrew's squadron drew the neck of meadow land where grew some haw trees along a stream which became known as the "Hawtree River." It was also voted that the squadrons would continue mowing the same meadows each year thereafter until the town was enlarged by more inhabitants.

The exact date on which Andrew first became a magistrate in Jamaica is not certain, but it is believed to have been early 1661 when he as "ordained and lawful magistrate" was under oath to uphold the law and arrest those found harboring Quakers. Only meetings of the Dutch Reformed Church, under the direction of the Church in Amsterdam were to be held. On February 1, 1656, and "Ordinance against Conventicles" had been passed. After receiving complaints concerning Quakers, Peter Stuyvesant, sent a letter on January 20, 1661 to the Magistrates concerning enforcement of the law. This was a hardship, for the soldiers were to be given free room and board. Jamaica was called "Rustdrop" by the Dutch.

On February 11, 1661, a reply was written to Gov. Stuyvesant concerning the Quakers and soldiers by William Denton, Clerk and signed by eighteen Magistrates, including Andrew Messenger, number eleven. A request was made to send the soldiers home.

On February 15, 1661, the Governor replied that the soldiers should remain there. On August 24, 1662, the Magistrates of Rustdrop, (Jamaica) sent in a complaint against the Quakers, that the majority of the inhabitants were Quakers who went to the home of John Bound (Bowne) in Flushing to hold meetings every Sunday. John was fined, imprisoned and exiled for holding Quaker meetings in his home. He went to Holland where he was vindicated by the Chamber of Amsterdam. He returned to Flushing, where he and his wife entertained in 1672, George Fox, the founder of the Quaker belief.

Also The Bowne House build in 1661 is still standing and is preserved as a local memorial to the Toleration Act of 1689 which put and end to this persecution of Quakers and other Dissenters.

On March 4, 1662, the governor again selected as Magistrates for Rustdrop, Robert Coe, Daniel Denton and Andrew Messenger.

On April 11, 1662, Andrew Messenger and his son-in-law, Richard Darling, entered into a contract with the Town of Rustdrop to erect a "Minister's house 26 foot long and 17 foot wide," In 1663, Andrew was appointed to buy land "off ye Indians."
On January 14, 1664, Andrew gave supper to two Dutch commissioners. The men returned by daybreak to Fort Amsterdam and reported on January 15. Andrew was not involved in the reason for the commissioners making the visit.

In 1664, the Providence of New Netherlands became the Colony of New York. In January 1664\5, Andrew sent to Richard Nicolls of Fort James, New York City, a complaint that a judgment had been wrongfully obtained against him by the "Overseers of the Poore of the Parish" in regard to a debt due from Francis Finch "whose town lot and personal estate" Andrew had purchased without having had the bill of sales "recorded according to custom." Since Jamaica had been under the protection of Connecticut Colony at the time of the purchase, Richard Nicolls, on February 3, 1664\5, ordered that it be leaned if it was then the law to have such purchases recorded. If so, Andrew Messenger was "liable to pay the sum in question." If not, he was to be paid "costs for his unjust molestation." The outcome was not found. He may have lost it, for according to town records, "In 1665 Andrew Messenger was granted a lot in Jamaica." As late as August 1673 and again on December 12, 1673, his name appears on the rate or tax list in Jamaica.

In a 1675 Assessors list for Huntington, Long Island he had two horses, two oxen, two cows and 12 acres of land of which six was in meadow. (He must have gone to Long Island like his Father did.)

In 1673 he went to Court to collect debt owed to him in the city of New Orange (present day New York City.)

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Verena Ryeff

25 Mar 1565 - ____

Father: Hans Ryeff
Mother: Elsi Unknown


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