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Darland Surname

Posted: 2 May 1999 6:42AM GMT
Edited: 19 Oct 2006 9:13PM GMT
Looking for information about Lambert Darland (1763 NJ - 1852 IN) and his wife Martha (or Martje) Fernosdol (a.k.a. Van Arsdalen). They had 5 children.

Terri Rene DaVar-Howard
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Van Arsdale

Posted: 28 Nov 1999 6:30AM GMT
Edited: 9 Aug 2003 8:04PM GMT
Polly Brewer married Cornelius VanArsdale and had seven children, though I have liitle info on them but am sure this is the same family--Polly is the sister of Daniel A Brewer, dau of Abraham Brewer b 1748 in Hackensack, NJ and sally Truax of hackensack MJ also--both died in Harrodsburg Ky area, had five chioldren : Daniel A abt 1770, Abraham c. 1772, Johnc 1774, Polly abt 1776, Sarah abt 1779. Info from Ye Olde Brewers Mill by Rosalynne Watts Jones, 1982--A famly history I came across in the KY Hist Soc in frankfort Ky Am interested in sharing Dave Bell
Posted: 3 Jun 2000 9:34AM GMT
Edited: 26 Jun 2001 4:18PM GMT
Yes, I believe that we are related. Garret Dorland and his wife Jannetje Hael's daughter Dorothy married Daniel Brewer in 1794 in Mercer Co, Ky

Dorothy Darland

Posted: 3 Jun 2000 6:25PM GMT
Edited: 9 Aug 2003 8:04PM GMT
Thanks for responding--I show Dooreti Theodocia Darland Marrying Daniel Brewer (b 1770) on July 9 1795 in Harrodsburg --Daniel also being of dutch lineage and the brewers/ Brouwers being from early New Jersey. His father was Abraham Brewer and mother Sarah Truax Have some of the Darlands but not much--I show Jannetje and Garrett marrying in 1773 but not much else and nothing on their families. Do appreciate anything you can help me with --are they from Holland, involved in a church in New paltz or New Amsterdam that I should search? I live in Maryland and can occassionally get into Delaware/New Jersey or DC so if i can help you let me know. Dave

Dorothy Dorland

Posted: 5 Jun 2000 9:21AM GMT
Edited: 26 Jun 2001 4:18PM GMT
Dave: They were from Somerset Co, NJ. The line went:

Lammert Jansen Dorlandt to NN 1663 on the Bonte Koe, settled in Kings Co and Staten Island NJ. Wife Harmptje Pieters.

Gerrit married Marritje about 1694 and died in Kings Co LI about 1730

Lambert Dorland b. ca. 1711 in Kings Co LI, moved to Montgomery twp, Somerset Co, NJ around the Skillman-Harlingen area-married three times. Wife #3 was Christina Terheune Voorhees and they had son Gerrit born Feb. 19, 1749/50. He married Jannetje Hael and they had:
Lammetje b. 1774
Dorothy b. 1776
Styntje b. 1779
Jannetje b. 1795

Try going to a site in Mercer Co KY where I donated a lot of materials on this topic

www. rootsweb.com/~Kymercer/ or www.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/Ky/Ky-footsteps/toc.html

You can always contact me at:

Jamescassidy22@cs.com

Judy
Posted: 6 Jun 2000 5:20PM GMT
Edited: 28 Aug 2003 4:11AM GMT
I found your posting on the Darland Surname Message Board and wanted to send you this information:

I was just given this weekend pictures and old papers from my grandmother and greatgrandmother. In the papers is a handwritten note:

"Isaac Darland was born November the 12 Married Elsie Reynolds
Elsie (Alsey) Darland was born May 20, 1798
Isaac Darland died August 11, 1839
Alsey Darland died Febuary 25, 1872
Children
James B. Darland
Martha Darland Taylor
John Darland
Samuel Darland
George Darland
Mary Darland Dodge
William T. Darland
Martin Darland"

At the bottom of the paper the following is written: " Louisa Robinson, Greenbush, Ill"

In one of the books it is written, "Grandmother, Elsie Reynolds, was born and raised in North Carolina. Married Isaac Darland moved to Kentucky on horseback. There her first child James was about 3 years old he was stolen by the Indians and kept several hours. They moved from KY to Indianna. James Darland was married to Mary Charles. Their oldesn child was born there Lavina, Mary Charles came from Ohio to Indiana when 12 years old they moved to Illiois in an early day then to Iowa in 1855. Grandmother had been so kind to one squaw learning her to knit that she took pitty on Grandmother that she told her papoose way down hollow, but Grandmother had all ready worried so bad that it caused her unborn child to be affected."

There is more written in the book...let me know if you are interested in the information. I would be happy to receive any information that you may have on this family.

Henry Brewer

Posted: 11 Jul 2000 4:18AM GMT
Edited: 27 Aug 2006 9:39PM GMT
David, Have you found any mention of a Henry Brewer, born about 1803. I believe that he may have been the son of Daniel A. Brewer. He was born in Mercer Co., KY, married Elizabeth Loucks in Marion Co., IN and moved to Jasper Co.,IL in about 1850. Any information on this family will be appreciated.
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