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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, Frederick
(1721-1785)

 

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Spouses/Children:
STREIT, Anna Catharina

  • HAM, Rachel
  • HAM, Frederik
  • HAM, Catharina
  • HAM, Mary
  • HAM, Conradt
  • HAM, Margaret
  • HAM, Casper
  • HAM, Elizabeth
  • HAM, Abigail

HAM, Frederick

  • Born: 1721, Livingston Manor, Columbia Co., NY
  • Marriage: STREIT, Anna Catharina in 1742-1744
  • Died: 24 Nov 1785, Washington Hollow, Dutchess Co., NY at age 64
  • Buried: Washington Hollow Cemetery
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bullet  General Notes:

AMERICAN ANCESTRY (II:49) records the ancesty of Conrad Ham (1757-1850), Revolutionary Soldier m. Elizabeth Haight, lived at Washington Hollow, a son of Frederick Ham (1720-1785) of Washington Hollow m. Christina Streight, son of Conrad Ham, b. 1694 md. Rachel -, a German Palatine settled at Clemont and then moved to Washington Hollow where he died.

12 Feb 1744 Frederick Ham and Catterina Ham sponsored Frederick, son of Marte Ham and Grietje Moul (Rhinebeck Flatts DR record)

The Supervisor Books of Dutchess County tax lists:

Feb 1753 at North East Precinct

Feb 1754, June 1754, Feb 1755 at Crum Elbow Precinct

June 1765 at Charlotte which had been formed from Crum Elbow.

1 April 1764 Frederick Ham and Rachel Ham sponsored Rachel, daughter of Jacob Ham and Catherina Smit (Linlithgo Dr record). (Rachel probably Frederick's mother, grandmother of Rachel)

22 Nov. 1781, Frederick Straight of Rhynbeck in Dutchess Co. wrote his will in which he mentions: wife Catharine, son Frederick Straight, oldest son of son Geroge deceased and all George's children, children of daughter Maddalan Bander deceased, children of daughter Mary Eckert deseased, daughters Christen Ham, Margaret Ule, son Lodawick his present wife, son-in-law Frederick Ham and daughter Cathrine and their son Counrodt Ham he to pay his brother Casper; granddaughter Maddleen Moore, daughters Margaret Ule, Christian Ham; execs. Frederick Straight son, and Counrodt Ham son-in-law. Wit: Peter Exckert, Abraham Fredernburg, Hugh Willson; the will was proved in Dutchess Co. 26 Ap 1785 and confirmed 2 May 1785. (NY Hist. Soc. COLLECTIONS will abstracts XIII (1904): 147)

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Overseer of Highway: Crum Elbow Precinct, 8 Apr 1759, Dutchess Co., NY. 1

He owned land identified in the assignment of Path Masters of Crum Elbow Precinct on 4 Apr 1769 in Dutchess Co., NY. 2

He owned land identified in the assignment of Path Masters of Crum Elbow Precinct on 2 Apr 1771 in Dutchess Co., NY. 3

He owned land identified in the assignment of Path Masters of Crum Elbow Precinct on 6 Apr 1773 in Dutchess Co., NY. 4

He owned land identified in the assignment of Path Masters of Crum Elbow Precinct on 5 Apr 1774 in Dutchess Co., NY. 5

Fence Viewer: Named as Fence Viewer with Frederick Strait at the Annual Town Meeting, 4 Apr 1775, Dutchess Co., NY.

He owned land identified in the assignment of Path Masters of Crum Elbow Precinct in Apr 1776 in Dutchess Co., NY. 6 "First Tuesday of April."

He was buried at the Washington Hollow Cemetery in Dutchess Co. Washington Township, NY. 7


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Frederick married Anna Catharina STREIT, daughter of Friederich STREIT and Anna Catharina MAUL, in 1742-1744. (Anna Catharina STREIT was born on 22 May 1724, christened on 22 Jun 1724 in Kingston, NY (Ref. Chbk.), died on 22 May 1805 and was buried in Washington Hollow Cemetery.)


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Sources


1 Roosevelt, Franklin D., ed., Records of Crum Elbow Precinct, Dutchess County, New York, 1738-1761 (Dutchess County Historical Society, 1940), p. 30.

2 Ibid, pp. 71-72.

3 Ibid, p. 74.

4 Ibid, p. 77.

5 Ibid, p. 80.

6 Ibid, p92.

7 Cemetery Records, [Gravestone: 11-24-1785 65y].


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