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Loyalist Petition in TRYON COUNTY NEW YORK 1771

The following is a list of names on a Petition sent to the New York Provincial Legislature in 1771. The Petition supported splitting Albany County into two, thus creating a new county called Tryon County after Gov. William Tryon.

Many of these men became Loyalists when the American Revolution began in 1777. Several fought for Butler's Rangers which is where my three Loyalist ancestors fought. Many are descended from my direct ancestors - Vrooman, Van Slyke, Van Alstyne, Bradt.... Many settled in the Niagara area of Ontario when it was opened for settlement to disbanded Rangers of Butler's Rangers in 1783
Lewis Gradt
William Deygert
Yeremi De Graaef
Michael Ettick[aka Eddig]
Isaac De Graaef
Thomas Porter
Niclas De Graaef
/illegible/
Fridrick De Graaef
Adam Haring, German Flatts
Arent Lenin
Patrick Campbell, German Flatts
Jacob Putnam
Mara Daghstater[Dochsteder]
Lewis Davis
Adam Ecker
/illegible
David Marinus
William Johnson
Johan Ludwig Kling
John Butler
George Schramling
Adam Lauks
Johannes Marseles
William Seeber
John Jacob Pel. Minister
Peter Conyne
Ebenezer Cox
John Stuart
James Willson
Peter Bowen
Samuel Dunlop
John Bowen
John Wells
Lewis Clement
James Scott
Frederick Visse
Robert Wells
Harmen Visse
Samuel Ferguson
Jelles Fonda
John McCollom
Adam S. Vrooman
James McCollom
Arent Bradt
James Moore
Douw Fonda
Samuel Campbell
Johannes Veeder
John Wickweir
Barent B. W/illegible William Dickson
/illegible
Archibald McKillop
/illegible
Samuel Clyd--
/illegible
John L. /illegible/
/illegible
/illegible/
/illegible
/illegible/
/illegible
Goosen Van Van Alsteyn
/illegible Tremain
Marten Van Alstyne
/illegible Merkle
Abraham Quackenbush
/illegible Kroms
Moses Ibbitt
/illegible Shultise
John Shaver
/illegible Snell
Casper Kun--
William Nelles
Hendrick B. /illegible/
--annes Bellinger
Christian J. /illegible/
--annes Fless
Gilbert Tice
--ry Wm. Nelles
James Davy
--dreas Reber
Christian Sheeck
John Waters
John Wilson
Guy Johnson
Jacob Basted [Bastedo]
Daniel Claus
Jacob Everhard Cogemot
John Johnson
Martin Walter
Joseph Powel
Robt. Lotteredge
John Powel
Peter Servos Junr.
Johannes Wallerad
Everjard Van Cogemot
--es Wohlegemuth
Casper Counce
--drick Vetterley
/illegible/
--b Krausz
/illegible/
--nnes Vetterly
Martin Lesler Junr
--ter Warmuth
Johan Ariste Hogh
/illegible Haus
William Shuma
/illegible John Diell
Philip Emer
Hendrick Frey
Mark Reece
Daniel Steel
Michael Staller
/illegible Wall
Adam Ramor
/illegible
Philip Kelman
Charles Hans Van Eps
John McGregor
Jacob Hernberg Junr.
Aaron Van Seklor
Peter Hansen
Timothy Leonard Son
Martin Gardenyer
James Rennet
Abaraham Van Alstyn
Johannes Counce
Andrew Wempel
/illegible/
Richard Hansen
/illegible/
Hendrick Merkel Junr.
/illegible/
Peter S. Deygert
/illegible/
Peter Ten Broeck
/illegible/
H. Nicklas Herkheimer[Herkimer
/illegible/
Werner Deygert
/illegible/
Josh Herkheimer[Herkimer]
/illegible/
Frederick Bellenger
/illegible/
Frederick Hellmer
Jacob Bosh
/illegible/
Henry Stoner
John Van Ant--
George Hilts
Johanis F. /illegible/
Henry Herter
Frederick Real
Adam Baumann
Marcus Petrie
Daniel Petrie
Jacob Casler
Endorsed: Petition of the Principal Freeholders and Inhabitants of the Mohawk River & Settlements Adjacent hereto. Nov. 1771

UEL = United Empire Loyalist. Also note that Butler's Corps of Rangers was headed by Lieutenant-Colonel John Butler who was born at New England Connecticut 1725 and died at Newark Upper Canada (now Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario) in May 1796. John BUTLER was married to Catarina BRADT 1735-1793, d/o Andries BRADT & Ariaantje WEMPLE.


 
 

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