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John EUSON/EUNSON Kirkwall

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John EUSON/EUNSON Kirkwall

Posted: 18 Dec 2000 5:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Aug 2001 1:32PM GMT
Surnames: EUSON, KIPP, EDDY
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Name: John EUSON, E250

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Birth Place: Kirkwall, SCOT

Death Date: ? 1807



Misc. Notes

mariner, Subj of G.B., rec by Garrit Kip, grocer - 12 Oct

1802 [272] Court of Common Pleas New York.



"Euson, John

Common Pleas Court, New York County

Date of Naturalization Oct 12 1802 Bundle No. 3, copy of record 272

City of N.Y.

Occupation Mariner, former Nationality- see other side (other side not provided)

Birth date or age - blank

Port of Arrival in the United States - blank

Date of Arrival - blank

Witnesses to Naturalization Garrit Kip City of N. Y. Grocer"

(Unknown source of index card provided by Patrick Euson)





Research

Information on the Euson Family as of April 10, 1989

Jane Ann Kip (Kipp) born 1785 New York City

Married John Euson



1806 Andrew Durham Euson born

1807 Ann Elizabeth Euson born

1811 James Montrose Euson born, (date falsifyed), probably prior to 1806

1807 Jane Kipp Euson made Administratex, John is dead

1805 John Euson in New York City Directory

1806 John Duron in New York City Directory

1809 There is a Jane in Belvidere

1814 March 13 Jane Ann Euson married Asa Winslow Seaman in Trinity Church

There are children born Celestine and Jane that lived

1836 Jane Ann Euson married John Casilear in hte 1st Baptist Church on Gold Street in New York City (possible 1830)

1841 Jane Ann Casilear is living in Brooklyn

1858 Jane Ann Casilear is living in Williamsburg

1868 Jane Ann Casilear is living in Brooklyn and it appears her husband is dead

1872 July 29, Jane Ann Casilear dies at Glenwood, 87 years, and is buried in Oakwod Cemetery



Please note: Ann Elizabeth Euson married Titus Eddy, son of Isaac Eddy and his first wife Lucy Tarbell, they built Glenwood, and reared their family there from 1825.



James Montrose Euson came to Troy after the war of 1836, and lived in the 10th ward. James and Hannah had nine children. Six sons served in the Civil War in various capacities.



Written this 10th day of April in Troy by Helen Euson Gray



Spouse: Jane Ann KIPP, K100

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Birth Date: ca 1785

Birth Place: New York City, NY

Death Date: 29 Jul 1872 Age: 87

Burial Place: Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, NY



Misc. Notes

"The People of teh State of New York,

by the Grace of God, Free and Independent:

To Jane Ann Euson the Widow of

John Euson late of the City of New York Grocer deceased

Whereas the said John at the time of his death, was an inhabitant of this city, and, as is alleged, lately died intestate, having, whilst living, and at the time of his death, goods, chattels, or credits within this State.....

do grant unto you, the said Jane Ann

full power, by these presents, to administer, and faithfully dispose of all and singular the said goods, chattels, and credits...

....

Witness Ogden Edwards Esquire, Surrogate of the said county, at the city of New-York, the Eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven and of our independence the thirty first.

Odgen Edwards"

(Document provided by Patrick Euson)





Children

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1 F: Ann Eliza EUSON, E250

Birth Date: ? 22 Aug 1807

Birth Place: New York City, NY

Death Date: 11 Dec 1887 Age: 80

Death Place: Glenwood, Troy, NY

Burial Date: 14 Dec 1887

Burial Place: Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, NY



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ralphrogersjr 18 Dec 2000 12:00PM GMT 
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