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Casper Pieterszen Mabie [39318]
(-Aft 1720)
Lysbeth Schuermans [39306]
Simon Mabie [39295]
Marie Landrin [39214]
(1705/1706-Bef 1750)
Peter Mabie [39227]
(Abt 1734-1777)


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Eleanor Clemens [37335]

Peter Mabie [39227]

  • Born: Abt 1734, New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York 433
  • Marriage: Eleanor Clemens [37335] about 1751 10419
  • Died: 1777, Canada about age 43 433,10419

bullet  General Notes:

From the Maybee Society files.

Died: winter of 1777

bullet  Death Notes:

died during retreat while with Loyal Rangers


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Immigration. 10419 Peter and Elenor moved to Saratoga after having lived in
Dutchess County. Peter's estate in Saratoga was confiscated
because he was a Loyalist

Anecdote, Bet 1763 and 1768. 11499 Peter Mabie was listed on the Dutchess County tax rolls from

MilService, Bet 1776 and 1777. 433 with Loyal Rangers under General Burgoyne

Residence, 1776, Saratoga, , New York. 433 rented out the Dutchess County farm moving to 100 acre farm in

MilService, 1777. 433 4th Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers under Lieut Col Abraham

MilService, 18 Nov 1777, Staten Island, Richmond County, New York. 433 Private Foot Soldier in Muster Rolls

Anecdote, 28 Sep 1787, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 32,10419 Evidence in the claim of Eleanor Maybee widow of Peter Maybe
late of Albany County
Claimant swears:
Says she resided at Sorel in 1783. Her eldest son John is 12
years of age. She is married to Joseph Hoffman. Peter was a
Native of America lived at Saratoga joined the British in 1776,
joined Col Jessup died in Canada in the Winter of 1777 he had
been with Bourgogne
She went to Canada the Summer after her Husbands death.
No. 1. Her husband had 150 acres in Dutchess County He had it
by gift from his father 20 years age on his marriage. He lived
there 4 years 90 acres clear. He let it when he went away. She
thinks the rent was 19.c per annum
No.2. He went and settled at Saratoga on lease lands. He had a
lease for 3 hives 8 or 9 years before the War He had about 100
acres. Rent was 4.10 York after 10 years. He had improved 60
Has heard a rebel officer is settled on No. 1.
He had 2 good horses - 2 cows - 2 calves - 10 sheep - 16 hogs -
furniture and utensils.


Peter married Eleanor Clemens [37335] [MRIN: 551604060] about 1751.10419 (Eleanor Clemens [37335] was born Est 1735.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Land, Abt 1751, Dutchess County, New York. 10419 had 150 acres in Dutchess County as a wedding gift from his
father 90 acres clear after four years. He let it out when he
went away

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