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Casper Pieterszen Mabie [39318]
(-Aft 1720)
Lysbeth Schuermans [39306]
Simon Mabie [39295]
(1700/1701-)
Marie Landrin [39214]
(1705/1706-Bef 1750)
Jeremiah Francis Mabie [39225]
(Bet 1738/1739-1824)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Judith Chedeayne [38735]

Jeremiah Francis Mabie [39225]

  • Born: Bet 1738 and 1739, Yorktown Heights, Westchester County, New York 11245
  • Marriage: Judith Chedeayne [38735]
  • Died: 13 Apr 1824, Kingston, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada 11246,11247
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bullet  General Notes:

From the Maybee Society files. Not all data is verified. Say dates are estimates and are probably within 20 years. The Maybee Society keeps its data on The Master Genealogist�, and has been modified by Gary Hester?s WIT2NOTE� to form the GedCom file. This information is also available in a TMG file.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Farmer. 5930

No Name, 1760. 5930,10619 1760 Muster Roll for 5th Company, Upper Battalion of the
Westchester County Militia under Capt Annanias Rogers, includes
the names: Jeremiah Maybie, Frederick Maybie, John Maybie,
William Maybie, Jacob Maybe and Symon Maybe.

Memo, 25 Nov 1778, Cortlandt Manor, Westchester County, New York. 533 Jeremiah Mabee of Cortlandt Manor, a loyalist, was required to
"repair to the dwelling house of Symon Maybee in said
Courtlandt Manor and on his arrival there not depart more than
three miles from the said dwelling house."

Immigration, Oct 1783, Saint John, , New Brunswick, Canada. 10537 Jeremiah Mabee, his wife and 3 children, from Westchester
County, were passengers on the "Mercury" arriving in Saint John
with the October fleet in 1783.

No Name, Oct 1783, Saint John, , New Brunswick, Canada. 10537 Oct 1783 Jeremiah Francis Mabie and Judith Chedeayne
immigratedto Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Land, 14 Oct 1785, Westfield Parish, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11493 New Brunswick Crown Land Grant: Jeremiah Maybee
Locations: 9 Kennebecasis Isle, Westfield Parish, Kings County,
50 acres

Memo, 26 Feb 1796, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11250 Petition by Jeremiah Mabee of Kings County stating that Lot #16
in Kingston was registered to his son, Gilbert Mabee, who
drowned leaving no heirs and requesting that the lot be
confirmed to Gilbert's younger brother William Mabee.
Source: PANB, microfilm F1040

No Name, 26 Feb 1796, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11250 Jeremiah Francis Mabie Petition by Jeremiah Mabee of Kings
County stating that Lot #16 in Kingston was registered to his
son, Gilbert Mabee, who drowned leaving no heirs and requesting
that the lot be confirmed to Gilbert's younger brother William
Mabee.
Source: PANB, microfilm F1040 26 Feb 1796 Kings County, New
Brunswick, Canada

Land, 10 Feb 1800, Kingston Parish, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11494 New Brunswick Crown Land Grant: Jeremiah Maybe, Location: 16
Grassy Brook, Kingston Parish, Kings County, 209 acres

No Name, 15 Mar 1824, Kingston, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11223 Jeremiah Francis Mabie left a will 15 Mar 1824 Kingston, Kings
County, New Brunswick, Canada. "Jeremiah Mabee, Sr., of Parish
of Kingston, Kings Co., Yeoman. Will dated 3/16/1824, proved
7/8/1824. Names sons Jeremiah, William, daughter Catherine,
wife of Jeremiah Drake, Judith Drake, daughter of Catherine &
Jeremiah."

Will, 15 Mar 1824, Kingston, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11223 Jeremiah Mabee, Sr., of Parish of Kingston, Kings Co., Yeoman.
Will dated 3/16/1824, proved 7/8/1824. Names sons Jeremiah,
William, daughter Catherine, wife of Jeremiah Drake, Judith
Drake, daughter of Catherine & Jeremiah.

Probate, 8 Jul 1824, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. 11223


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Jeremiah married Judith Chedeayne [38735] [MRIN: 551604061], daughter of Unknown and Unknown.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

According to Jean Lintner, #34, Jeremiah and wife Judith were
cousins.



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