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HAMMIN, Gertrud
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ROHRBACH, Johannes
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FUNK, Anna Apollonia
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HAM, Conrad
(Abt 1688-After 1758)
ROHRBACH, Rachel
(1691-After 1758)
HAM, Johan Coenraet
(Abt 1726-1806)

 

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Spouses/Children:
STREIT, Christina

HAM, Johan Coenraet 1 2

  • Born: Abt 1726
  • Christened: 20 Aug 1726, Livingston, Columbia Co., NY 3
  • Marriage: STREIT, Christina on 27 Nov 1757 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY (Drc)
  • Died: Mar 1806-1808, Nassau, Rensselear Co., NY about age 80

bullet   Another name for Johan was Coenrad.

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bullet  General Notes:

22 Nov 1781: Counrodt Ham is executor of the father-in-law's will, Frederick Staight of Rhynbeck in Dutchess County

1790 Census lists at Livingston, Columbia Co., Coonradt Ham with 2 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 7 females.

1790's: Mr. Boyce writes: "My Conrad Ham...moved up to Nassau Lake in Rensselear Co., NY in the 1790's. I was born and raised on another farm only 1000ft. from where Conrad settled. 1000 ft. below where I was born, the Dutch Ref. Church was started in 1803. Some 20 years later, it was moved to Nassau, 2 miles south. There were a few grave stones standing up intil 50 years ago and I expect that is where Conrad was buried. His son and later generations are buried at Nassau"

1799: Conrad and his wife Christina were listed as members of the East Greenbush (Rens.Co.) DR Church.

1800 Census lists at Shodack, Rensselaer County, (Nassau was partly taken from Schodack in 1806) Coonrad Ham with 4 (?) males under 10, 1 male 10-16 years old, 1 male 16-26, 1 male over 45, 2 females 10-16. 3 females 16-26, 1 female 26-45, 1 female over 45.

Johan Conrad was known to his great granddaugher, Elizabeth Porter as 'Conradt Hamm', but careful examination of what she knew compared to the careful research of David Kendal Martin and Hank Jones makes it pretty clear that this is the same family group.

Johan's baptism record exists, as well as numerous records of his sponsoring children through the middle part of the 18th century. He evidently fought in the Revolution, although the records are not exactly clear given the number of Conrad Hams. About 1790 he moved from his father's homelands around Livingston, NY to Nassau, not far from Albany, where he and his wife Christina are shown as members of the East Greenbush Dutch Reformed Church and he appears on the 1820 census. His will was probated in 1808 and showed his residence as Schodack, NY.

While not much is known about them, the family may have been fairly well off. In about 1833, when she was five, Elizabeth Porter visited Johan's son's house in Schodack and recalled it as 'big, with shiny floors'. This she recounted in interviews taken about 1913 by her neices. 1 4 5

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

His Godparents were Coenrad Petri and Maria Kette

Military:Both from the recollections of John D. Ham in 1934 and Warren Hamm of Rockport, TX it is considered that Johan Conrad fought in the Revolution.

7 Aug 1754: he sponsored with Debra Beeckman Johannes, s/o Peter Ham and Marytje Dyckman

27 Nov 1755: he sponsored Chirstina, d/o brother Casper

15 Jul 1759: he sponsored Conrad, s/o brother Jacob

24 May 1760: he sponsored Christina, d/o sister Tabitha

14 Nov 1761: he sponsored Christina, d/o brother Martin

2 Mar 1767: he sponsored Coenrad, s/o sister Christina and Niclaes Smit

8 Mar 1767: he sponsored John, s/o Johannes and Sophia "Fytie" (Rohrbach) Van Deusen.

Tax List: next to Jacob Ham, Coenradt Ham with personal property valued at 11 72 taxed 286(?), 1779, Manor Of Livingston, New York. 4


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Johan married Christina STREIT, daughter of Friederich STREIT and Anna Catharina MAUL, on 27 Nov 1757 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess Co., NY (Drc). (Christina STREIT was born in 1739, christened on 1 Oct 1739 in Red Hook, Dutchess Co., NY 8 and died about 1800.)


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Sources


1 Mott, Harriet Elizabeth, Mayhew Daggett Mott, Wisconsin Pioneer (Unpublished Manuscript).

2 Linlithgo Reformed Church, Records, Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church, 1722-1889 (Ancestry.com database: New York Birth and Baptisms, Eastern Region, 1683-1923.), Item 57. Given name in the baptism record is spelled Johan Coenraet.

3 Ibid, Item #57. Baptism Date: 20 Aug 1726
Father: Coenraet Ham
Mother: Rachel Ham
Item #: 57
Child: Johan Coenraet
Sponsor: Coenraed Petri; Maria Kett Baptism Record Linlithgo Reformed Church: Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church 1722-1889

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4 Martin, David Kendall, Unpublished Research notes on the Palatine Ham family.

5 Jones, Henry, The Palatine Families of New York, a Study of the German Immigrants Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1710 (Universal City, CA, 1985) in 2 Volumes.

6 Linlithgo Reformed Church, Records, Livingston Linlithgo Reformed Church, 1722-1889 (Ancestry.com database: New York Birth and Baptisms, Eastern Region, 1683-1923.)

7 Claverack Reformed Church, Vital Records (Ancestry.com database: New York Births and Baptisms, Eastern Region, 1683-1928).

8 St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904 (Ancestry.com database: New York Births and Baptisms, Southeast Region, 1660-1916
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: Christina Reference ID: 81 Bapt. Date: 1 Oct 1739 Parents: Frederich Streid; Catharina Maul Sponsors: Johannes Maul; Lisabeth Tromboor Source: Baptismal Record of St Paul (Zion Lutheran Church, Red Hook St Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church of Red Hook: 1730-1904 Location: Town of Red Hook, Dutchess County --- Denomination: Lutheran
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