ANCESTOR REGISTRY

TOWN OF GLEN
MONTGOMERY Co., NY

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SurnameDescriptionResearcher
AUMACKHave been researching the AUMACK family. My ancestor Abraham AUMACK came to Charlestown from Hunterdon County, NJ with his brother Thomas sometime before the 1790 census, after serving New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. He and his wife raised several children, among them Andrew who married Hannah POOL at Fonda; John who was a shoemaker; Abraham and Katherine. He, and possibly other members of the family, are buried in the Glen Riders Corner Cemetery (according to a DAR application). He is named as the Collector when the Town of Glen was organized, which is noted in "The Early History of the Town, Fortunes of the Pioneers, The Earlier and Later Hotels and Post Offices." [see link above] I am interested in any information about the AUMACK family as well as the POOL family.Betty W. Hoge
BENNETTPeter C Bennett married Clarissa Steel at the Glen Reformed Church on Nov 9, 1828 by the Rev J. Ford Morris. We know the Bennett's were from Charleston but we would like to know Clarissa Steel's parents or siblings. Jackie Mangana Zimmer
BUCHANANMy Alexander Buchanan and his wife, Caroline Josephine Layton Buchanan, lived in Glenn, Montgomery Co., NY from 1857-1868. Have searched for the parents of Alexander as it says his place of birth is in Montgomery Co. Would share with anyone what information I have if they will get in touch with me. Thanks, LindaLinda Wall
CLARKHave been researching CLARKs back to Morton CLARK (b. abt. 1827 in CT), who m. Matilda FIRTH (b. abt 1842 in England). They were living in Fultonville in 1875 Census with their children. Looking for someone to share info with.Jolene Nethaway Konifka
CONOVERConover surname in GlenCharles W. Rose
CONOVERI have traced some of my CONOVER's to Glen.Elaine Conover
CROMWELL"Sold inn to Philip I. Cromwell, who came from Glen, (Charleston,) N.Y. and built the large building so many years known as "Cromwell's stand." From History of Schoharie County by Wm. E. Roscoe - Chapter XIX (referring to Carlisle, N.Y.)Jean Cromwell
CROMWELLSearching for family; Cornelia Putnam b early 1700's m Stephanus Cromwell b 1709, probably Albany, NY. Son - Phillip Cromwell (also shown as Jan Philipse Cromwell) b Jan 11, 1747, location unknown, m Lena Lewis. - would appreciate any informationJean Cromwell
CROSBYResearcing FERO and CROSBY familiesKathy Schaefer
DOCKSTADER1850 Census for Glen lists George Dockstader, wife Catherine and daughter Emeline in the twp of GlenRoberta Zeiser
EDWARDSI am researching the descendents of William Edwards, in particular John (1792-1877) and William Henry Edwards (1817-1881) both of whom had farms in Glen. I would like to determine if William was buried in Glen or Charleston. I have family info if anyone has questions on the Edwards family.Marian Edwards Pierre-Louis
FAULKNORHave traced a gggreat-grandfather, Caleb Faulknor, and wife, Martha Cheddle, to Mill Point, Glen,NY, right around 1800. He bought a mill and farm there and had seven children.Joan Faulknor Frost
FEROResearcing FERO and CROSBY familiesKathy Schaefer
FIRTHHave researched back to George G FIRTH (b. abt. 1814 in England) who married Eliza SEDGWICK (b. abt 1815 in England). George purchased some land from John Van Epps - which his descendants (that'd be my parents) still own - and lived in Fultonville until his death. Am looking for more info. as well as other FIRTH-decendants.Jolene Nethaway Konifka
FORDI am researching Amos Ford and wife Eunice DUCHER. (approx 1815-1880) and son, Daniel Ford, of Glen New York. Only verified date is of Daniel Ford's marriage in 1860 in Fox Lake, Wisconsin.Marilyn Bond Trujillo
IRVINGWilliam E. Irving (Irvin/e) was b Peapack, Somerset Co, NJ 1815, settled in Auriesville 1830s-1840s, d & bur Auriesville 1873. Md. 1836 in Fonda to Mary Ann Van Antwerp. He was son of William Irving 1775-1826 and Anna Van Dorn 1778-1826, both b & d in NJ. Brother Theodore also came to Auriesville & Fultonville. Seek info on ancestors or other descendents.Pete Simmonds
KLINEKLINE, born and raised around AuriesvilleRobert A Peterson
KYLEArthur R. Kyle and Sarah Kyle (wife) daughter Minnie (b.1877) The Kyles are relatives who appear on the 1880 Federal Census. They lived in the Town of Glen. Any additional information would be greatly appreciated.Thank you, Jean Minto.Jean Minto
LANEAccording to a family genealogy another family member had started, some of my family has been found in the Town of Glen, Montgomery County. This is the info on those labeled as being found there:

Samuel Throckmorton Lane b. 07/07/1803
Catherine Lane b. 08/1805
Elsy Wilson Lane b. 08/02/1806
Joseph Morford Lane b. 10/08/1809
Jacob Lane b. 1811

It seems to say the above were born in the Town of Glen, Montgomery County to the parents Timothy Lane and Mary Throckmorton Lane. Another child listed was John Lloyd Lane b. 02/1797 in New York State. I have also noticed a John Lane buried in the Quackenbush Cemetery (about 1 mile west of Auriesville, NY). He died June 26, 1837 at the age of 22 years. Don't know if or how he is related. The Quackenbush name also comes in another family of ours that married into the Lane family. I have a Peter Quackenbush that married a Susanna Bradt; their daughter Catherine Quackenbush b. 05/26/1777 married on 10/01/1798 to Levi Marble b. abt. 1775. These families (Lanes and Marbles) had moved to the Western New York area where I live. Any help in info on the families in your area would be greatly appreciated.

Lois J. Lane
9316 Older Hill Road
Franklinville, New York
14737-9550
LEWISSearching for family; Cornelia Putnam b early 1700's m Stephanus Cromwell b 1709, probably Albany, NY. Son - Phillip Cromwell (also shown as Jan Philipse Cromwell) b Jan 11, 1747, location unknown, m Lena Lewis. - would appreciate any informationJean Cromwell
LUSSOWilliam LUSSO, 1887 Tn. of GlenNorm Schneider
MANNINGI'm researching the family of Edward C Manning, who married Nelly Houghtaling on 21 March 1813 in the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Glen, Montgomery, NY. They had a son - Christopher Richard Manning, who was b./ baptised in Glen on 14 July 1818 at the same church. Any help would be much appreciated, as this has been a "brick wall" for over 20 years!Marie Jurecki-Tiller
MARTINHave researched back to George S MARTIN (b. 5 Jun 1878 in Fultonville) who married Matilda May CLARK (b. 1878 in Fultonville). I am a descendant of this MARTIN and am looking for more information on him and his family. (Who were George's parents?)Jolene Nethaway Konifka
MONTONEY / MONTANYResearching James Montoney b abt 1840, lived with James Winne (Winner) in Glen 1860, married Harriet Maria Miller of Glen.MaryAnn Dillon
PETTERSONJennie PETTERSON, 1890 Tn. of GlenNorm Schneider
POOLHave been researching the AUMACK family. My ancestor Abraham AUMACK came to Charlestown from Hunterdon County, NJ with his brother Thomas sometime before the 1790 census, after serving New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. He and his wife raised several children, among them Andrew who married Hannah POOL at Fonda; John who was a shoemaker; Abraham and Katherine. He, and possibly other members of the family, are buried in the Glen Riders Corner Cemetery (according to a DAR application). He is named as the Collector when the Town of Glen was organized, which is noted in "The Early History of the Town, Fortunes of the Pioneers, The Earlier and Later Hotels and Post Offices." [see link above] I am interested in any information about the AUMACK family as well as the POOL family.Betty W. Hoge
PRYNE
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A great great grandfather of mine was born in Glen, Montgomery County, New York in 1829. He died in Wisconsin. His name was Elijah Herrick Pryne (also spelled Prine on some documents). I am searching for his parents names. If anyone has any information at all about the Pryne (Prine) family, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you.Paula Anderson
PUTNAMSearching for family; Cornelia Putnam b early 1700's m Stephanus Cromwell b 1709, probably Albany, NY. Son - Phillip Cromwell (also shown as Jan Philipse Cromwell) b Jan 11, 1747, location unknown, m Lena Lewis. - would appreciate any informationJean Cromwell
PUTMANVan SHAICK, PUTMAN: I am a descendent of both of these families and have some information about the early backgrounds of both, The Van Schaick family has been throughly researched and published by Melwood W. Van Scoyoc in 1993 as "Descendents of Cornelis Aertsen Van Schaick." My grandfather was Frank Van Schaick who at one time ran the general store in Glen. His wife was Katherine Putman and I have the background of that family in records prepared by her sister for her application to the DAR. Would be willing to share this info with any interested party.John VanSchaick Lipe
PUTMANOur great-great grandfather, John Henry PutMan/PutNam was born at Glen 07 July 1828 (though baptized at nearby Canajohari). We are in the process of verififying and documenting his parentage. Indicatora are that JH's parents were both born at, and were still residing, in Montgomery County through the late 1830's. If anyone is interested in the story of John Henry PutMan/PutNam's life in California whence he removed to in 1850-53, please feel free to contact me.Bobbi Douglas
SHUTTSJacob C. Shutts Born 10/8/1847. Died 9/21/24, married Alice Irving. He was my great-great-grandfather, I am looking for more information as to who his parents were and where they came from.Patrice Shutts Pello
SERVICE
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Service/Servoss researched back to 1840 when Ann Service married Henry Tryon in Glen, Montgomery Co.DeLoris Jensby
SHELP (Shallop, Shulf, Shillip, Schulf etc.Christian Shelp m. Elizabeth Bierman Holland 1752 to Town of Glen @ 1756. B. between Mill Point and Shelp's 4 corners. Looking for antecedants.John Cairns Williams Jr.
SMITHPeter G Smith born 1794, his wife Mary lived in Glen in 1830. He was a farmer. They had the following children: 1 boy born 1810-1815 and girl born 1810=1819 we think born in Charleston. The following children we think were born here in Glen. Mar. 1817, George 1822, Martha, 1825 and Christina 1828. They moved to Lewis CO and lived there from 1840-1870. Peter G Smith was born in NYSandi Neumann
SOUTHI have been searching for the family of Zedekiah South who is supposed to have died in Glen about 1835. Any help would be appreciated.Merle R. Price
SOUTHSearching for any and all information pretaining to the family of Zedekiah SOUTH who supposedly died in Glen about 1834.Merle R. Price
STAGER (STEGER)My Great-grandfather George J. Stager moved from Albany to Round Barn Road. Time Frame 1870-1888. Looking for Info.Marilyn Stager Anderson
STEDMAN / STEADMAN/ MILLERI am looking for information about Anna M. Stedman/Steadman Miller (Mrs. Jay Miller) who was buried at the Glen Rider's Corners Cemetery. She died May 15, 1922. I found this info in the Records of Cemeteries in Montgomery Co.Irene Hauser
STEELPeter C Bennett married Clarissa Steel at the Glen Reformed Church on Nov 9, 1828 by the Rev J. Ford Morris. We know the Bennett's were from Charleston but we would like to know Clarissa Steel's parents or siblings. Jackie Mangana Zimmer
TRYON1840DeLoris Jensby
Van SHAICKVan SHAICK, PUTMAN: I am a descendent of both of these families and have some information about the early backgrounds of both, The Van Schaick family has been throughly researched and published by Melwood W. Van Scoyoc in 1993 as "Descendents of Cornelis Aertsen Van Schaick." My grandfather was Frank Van Schaick who at one time ran the general store in Glen. His wife was Katherine Putman and I have the background of that family in records prepared by her sister for her application to the DAR. Would be willing to share this info with any interested party.John VanSchaick Lipe
VOORHEES On Aug 16, 1788 Henry VOORHEES (1740-1827) recently from Burlington Co., NJ, purchased a farm of 200 acres located near Logtown in Charleston, Montgomery Co., NY. Henry was instrumental in building the Dutch Reformed Church in Glen in 1795 and became an Elder in the church. Henry's son Peter VOORHEES (1764-1816) had moved to Logtown with his father but soon moved to Glen Village where he was an early merchant. He operated a store in Glen Village and built a tavern in 1799-1801. Glen Village was first known as Upper Town, then Voorheesville after Peter Voorhees, then Glen. Robert F. Voorhees 4100 Brambletye Drive Greensboro, NC 27407Robert F. Voorhees
YOUNGResearching Elias Young family--appears on 1840 Glen, Montgomery Co. census:
2 males 10 to under 15
1 male 15 to under 20
1 male 20 to under 30
1 male 40 to under 50
2 females under 5
1 female 5 to under 10
1 female 10 to under 15
1 female 15 to under 20
1 female 30 to under 40
Elias resided in Amsterdam until prior to the 1830 Skaneateles, Onondaga Co. census. (Daughter Elizabeth was born in Montgomery Co. abt 1836), so he is believed to be the Elias who appears on the 1840 Montgomery census. (Does not appear in Skaneateles 1840, but is listed again in 1850 and 1860). Elias died in Skaneateles 3-15-1869. Looking for descendants of this family.
Linda Jasztal



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