The Earliest Cuylers in Holland and America and Some of Their Descendants: Researches Establishing a Line from Tydeman Cuyler of Hasselt, 1456 (Google eBook)
T.A. Wright, Printer and Publisher, 1912 - 69 pages
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Abraham Cuyler aged Albany Church Amsterdam Andrees Andries Cuyler appointed guardians April April 14 April 26 Aurora Barent born Broeck buried in Laurel Catharine Child Christ Church Claes Cornelis Cornelius Cuyler Cuylerville dated daughter died Elsje folio Gaine's Mercury Grietien Harmanus Harmen Hasselt Hendrick Cuyler Henry Cuyler Herman Coilert Hermsz Holland Isebrant Jacob Glen Cuyler Jan Coilert Jansz Jeanne Johannes Cuyler John July July 17 July 23 June June 27 Koylert land Latouche Laurel Grove Cemetery Ledyard Livingston Lubbert Maley March March 15 March 24 Marckell Maria marriage married Mary mentioned N. Y. City name Cuyler Oever Philadelphia Pieter Poughkeepsie Rachel Reyner Koilert Richard Cuyler Churchill Rochester Sarah Savannah Schenectady Schepmoes Schuyler seal Sept Smith Clarendon Surrogate's Office Teleman Cuyler Thomas Bayeux unmarried Vendue widow wife Willem William York City York Dutch Church York Dutch Churchyard Zwarte Water Zwarte Water Convent
Page 51 - gallant and distinguished services " in the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, Texas, and brevet lieutenant-colonel in September, 1847, for meritorious conduct at the battle of Molino del Rey Mexico.
Page 30 - ... in declaring Georgia's adherence to the revolting colonies and her purpose to join with them in armed resistance to the authority of the English crown. At the fall of Savannah Jeanne Cuyler was taken to Charleston under an escort of Continental troops, as Sir James Wright, the English Governor, had offered a reward for her capture and delivery to the British authorities, and after Charleston had surrendered the Commissary General caused her to be transported to Philadelphia, where her expenses...
Page 27 - On the following Saturday he was buried at St. Paul's church Leeds. His funeral was attended by a great number of his friends and fellow-townsmen ; and a funeral sermon was preached on the following day (Sunday) by his friend and highly respected pastor, the Rev. Miles Jackson, in the church of St. Paul, where Mr. Hey had been a constant attendant on divine worship since its consecration in 1793. The drath of Mr.
Page 21 - All Persons who have any Concerns with the Estate of Mr. Henry Cuyler late of the City of New York, deceased, are desired to bring in their accounts, settle with the Executors and discharge their Debts. The Dwelling House &c. where the deceased lately lived, to be Let; a Negro Wench and a Negro Boy to be sold at public Vendue, on Tuesday the 5th of February inst. at the Merchants' Coffee-House, or by private agreement any time before.
Page 20 - ... present Greenwich and Washington streets were laid out. There were more signs of improvement on the East River front. On January 18, 1722, the council received a petition from Garrit Van Horn, John Read, Thomas Bayeux, Stephen Richards, Thomas Clarke, Rip Van Dam, Jr., Henry Cuyler, and Peter Breasted, asking for letters patent to extend the wharves upon the shore of the East River from Rip Van Dam's corner at the lower end of Maiden Lane to the corner of Thomas Clarke. The mayor, Robert Walters,...
Page 30 - She is said to have been a very extraordinary woman, a great beauty and finely educated and accomplished for those days. She was a talented musician and spoke several languages. A family tradition describes her as tall with a white skin and dark eyes, hair that touched her knees, small hands and feet, an imperious temper, great vivacity and a keen wit. She was a friend of Lafayette and some of his visiting cards, his letters and presents to her are still preserved by the family. In local history...
Page 50 - He was a member of the banking firm of Cuyler, Morgan & Co., from which he resigned in 1909 to become President of The United States Mortgage & Trust Co.
Page 13 - Jan Nagel Jan Dyckman, Arent Bussing, Adolph Meyer and Jan Delamater to "hew timber for Hendrick Cuyler's house, to be delivered in the ensuing May; part to be delivered at the water side and part in New York at the Burgher's Path for which they were to receive...