Richard James FARR [Parents].
Other marriages:DELANEY, Carol R
Richard James FARR [Parents].
Other marriages:BOULTON, Virginia
Carol R DELANEY.
Willard Clarkson FARR II [Parents].
Lillian Josephine CHARLEBOIS.
David Gerald BRISTOL.
Kathy Lou FARR [Parents].
John Edgar HARTLEY was born 1, 2, 3 on 28 May 1893 in Longwood, Florida, United States. He died 4, 5 on 11 Jun 1949 in Florida, United States. John married Ethel M LADD in BET 1940 AND 1925 in Florida, United States.
Ethel M LADD was born 1, 2 on 4 Oct 1890 in New York, United States. She died 3, 4 on 6 Apr 1992 in Florida, United States. Ethel married John Edgar HARTLEY in BET 1940 AND 1925 in Florida, United States.
Clarence Benjamin MARSH was born 1 on 9 Mar 1888 in Jefferson, New York, United States. He died 2 in May 1967 in Orange, Florida, United States. Clarence married 3 Ethel M LADD on 10 Dec 1952 in Winter Park, Orange, Florida, United States.
Ethel M LADD was born 1, 2 on 4 Oct 1890 in New York, United States. She died 3, 4 on 6 Apr 1992 in Florida, United States. Ethel married 5 Clarence Benjamin MARSH on 10 Dec 1952 in Winter Park, Orange, Florida, United States.
Peter LOTT [Parents] was born about 1629. He died in 1704. Peter married Gertrude LAMBERTS about 1653.
Gertrude LAMBERTS died 1 in 1704 in Flatbush, Kings, New York, United States. Gertrude married Peter LOTT about 1653.
They had the following children.
Engelbert LOTT was born 1 in Dec 1654. He died 2 on 30 Apr 1730 in Flatbush, Kings, New York, United States.
Married Oct. 27, 1678, at the Dutch Reformed Church, New York, Cornelia De La. Noy, daughter of Abraham, who was of French extraction, and a resident of the city of New York.
Engelbart Lott, was settled at New Castle, on the vest bank of the Delaware River, about thirty-five miles below Philadelphia. At the time of his marriage he owned a considerable tract of land and marsh on Christiana Creek, in New Castle County, and two lots in the town of New Castle. This property he continued to hold for several years subsequent to his removal to Long Island, but he eventually disposed of it by deed, Sept. 1, 1707, to Abraham Santford, John Harbadink, and Jane Tuttle. Toward the close of the year 1682, NewCastle, with the adjacent territory, became united with the Province of Pennsylvania, under William Penn. Shortly after this union was affected, he took the Oath of Allegiance and promised fidelity and lawful obedience to William Penn, the Proprietor and Governor of that province, in compliance with an act passed at Chester at the Colonial Legislature of Pennsylvania.
He was on terms of intimacy and friendship with Gov. Penn, who held out strong inducements for him to remain at New Castle; but the unhealthiness of the place and surrounding country, together with an ejectment suit which had been several years pending before the Court of Sessions, then held at Gravesend, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, on Long Island, in which Derick Jansen Hoghlandt was plaintiff, and his father, Peter Lott, defendant, caused him to remove.
In 1682, with his wife Cornelia, he came to Flatbush, on Long Island, with a view to make it his permanent residence, and purchased a house and about two acres of land situated on the easterly side of the road and a short distaace south of the Erasmus Hall Academy, near the property or Teunis G. Bergen. In the month of December, in the same year of his removal, he and his wife Cornelia were admitted on certificate, as members in full communion of the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush, then under the pastoral charge of the Rev. Casparus Van Zuren.
In 1688 he hired for farming purposes from the church of Flatbush a tract of land situated on the south side of the road leading to New Lots, and north of the land of John Stryker, with the salt meadows thereto appertaining, for the term of seven years, at the yearly rent of 225 guilders, payable in sewant, or in wheat, to be delivered at Brooklyn Ferry at the current price. In 1709 he disposed of his house and two acres of land, and purchased from Daniel Polhemus and Neltje, his wife, the southerly one-thitd part of the farm of the Rev. Johannes Theodorus Polhemus, the first minister of the Reformed Dutch Churches in Kings county. In 1698 he was appointed High Sheriff of the county of Kings by Richard, Earl of Bellomont, Governor of the Province of New York. He lived on his farm until the time of his death, in 1730. Signed his name “Engel Bart Lott.” (Ref:
RES:- New Castle, Delaware; Flatbush, L.I.
BIRTH: New Castle on the west bank of the Delaware River, about 35 miles below Philadelphia.
F ii Catrina LOTT. M iii
Abraham LOTT [scrapbook] 1 died 2 in 1766.
ABRAHAM LOTT, son. of Peter and Gertrude Lott, died in 1766. Married 1st CLAESJE LANGSTRAET, born 1672, daughter of Derick Stoffelsz Langestraat, who emigrated in 1657 and Catbarina Van Lieuvin (van Leuven) his wife. Johanna Havens, widow of Johann? s Holsaert was the 2nd wire of Deric]c Langestraat, and the one who was a sponsor at Jan Lott's baptism 1696.
Abraham Lott married 2nd GEERTJE JANS DORLANT. (In printed works this date is given as Aug. 2, 1695, but there must be a mistake in transcribing the Church Records.) She was born in Bedford, baptized Aug. 19, 1674, Reformed Dutch Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. Married 3rd, SARA; and married 4th MARTIE. Had issue by all four wives, the dates run consecutively, and all are named in his will.
Credit is due Mr. Austin C. Graybeal, of Des Moines, Iowa, for having worked out this puzzle of the various Abraham Lotts. Quoting his letter to me of April 3, 1941:-
Abraham Lott lived in Brooklyn after his marriage to Claesje Langstraet, for here on the Brooklyn Church records we find the following, April 25, 1696, Abraham Lott, Claesje Tangstraet had Jan Lott. Sponsors Dirk Langstraet and Johanna Havens (his wife). Peter Lott of New York bapt. Oct. 31, 1697, at Jamaica, was a son of Abraham and Claesje Lott. The records show that Abraham moved to Jamaica where his brother Hendrick lived just before this last date.
Isaac Lott, 1704, was a son of Abraham and his 2nd wife Geertje. This appears to be their only child. Abraham Lott must have married his third wife Sara, between Isaac's birth 1704, and Jacob's birth 1716. Between 1716 and 1718, he had again married for a fourth time, Maria or Marytie, as his last three children were born 1718-20-22.
The Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, marriages gives Aug. 2, 1695, as the date of Abram Lott 's marriage to Geertje Jans Dorlandt. This date is what is wrong, many errors appear in the copies of the early records. If it read 1699, everything would check.”
Abrshwn Lott, made his will July 21, 1760, stating he was “far advanced in age,” it was proved Sept. 4, 1766, and reads in abstract as follows:-
1760. July 21. In the Name of God, Amen, I, Abraham Lott, of Jamaica, in Queens County, being in perfect health, but far advanced in age, and considering that I have but a short time to continue in this transitory life. I leave to my son, Rem Lott, all my horses, wagons, ploughs, and all, my carpenter tools; also all my lands, meadows, and messuages in Jamaica or elsewhere; And he is to provide me a comfortable maintainance during my natural life, and he is to pay to the rest of my children £504. as follows: To my daughter Charity, now wife of Nicholas Van Arsdalen, of Jamaica, L.I., 72 pounds; to my son Hendrick, 72 pounds; to my son Jacob, 72 pounds, to my son, Isaac, 72 pounds; to my three grandchildren, the children of my deceased son, Abraham, viz: Abraham Motije, and Cornelius, 72 pounds; to my son, John, 72 pounds. Residue and remaining part of said 504£ to son Peter. All the rest of my estate, I leave to my children. I make my sons, Peter, John and Rem, executors.
Wit: Benjamin Hinchman, Robert Hinchman, Benjamin Hinchman Jr.
M iv Hendrick LOTT was born on 10 May 1654. He died in 1728. M v Peter LOTT was born about 1665. He died in 1721. M vi
John LOTT 1.
Engelbert LOTT 1.
He had the following children.
M i Peter LOTT was born about 1629. He died in 1704. M ii
Bartel Engelbertszen LOTT 1 was born about 1630.
Married Dec. 16, 1662, HARMANTJE BARENTS, as follows:
Dec. 16, 1662. Bartel Engelbertszen Loth, j. m. Van Reynerwout in
Drent en Harmantje Barents j. d. Van Reynerwout, married at the Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam.
He lived in Richmond county, Staten Island, and on April 10, 1708, he was “lately deceased, -intestate,” and “Letters of Admintstration were granted to his only son, Engelbert.” (N.Y.S.W. 7:486)
1663. July 28. Edward Griffen conveyed to “Bartel Lot and Pieter Loot” bouwery No. 9, in “Midwout,” next to the Pastor's land, 600 Rods In length and 24 in breadth, long 24 morgens, as per book Q.G. in Office of the Secretary of State, Albany, N.Y. 1665. He appears to have resided in Bergen, N.J., where a “Barthel Lott” took Oath of Allegience. 1670. Barraantje, his wife, joined the Reformed Dutch Church in New York. signed his name “Bartel Lot.” (Ref: 4:302; 24:102)
RES:- Flatbush, Kings county, N Y.; Bergen county, N.J.; Richmond county, Staten Island.
Catrina DE WITT was christened on 17 May 1654. He died in 1734. Catrina married Catrina LOTT 1 about 1683.
Hendrick LOTT [Parents] was born 1 on 10 May 1654 in Flatbush, Kings, New York, United States. He died 2 in 1728 in Jamaica, Queens, New York, United States. Hendrick married 3 Catrina DE WITT about 1684 in Jamaica, Queens, New York, United States.
Catrina DE WITT was christened 1 on 17 May 1654. She died 2 in 1734 in Jamaica, Queens, New York, United States. Catrina married 3 Hendrick LOTT about 1684 in Jamaica, Queens, New York, United States.
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