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NJ/PA Naylors

Posted: 20 Sep 2000 4:01PM GMT
Edited: 8 Jun 2002 12:20PM GMT
Well, I think I am convinced that the Bucks County/ Solebury Naylors are related to the Hunterdon County /Hopewell Naylors. As I look at a map, there is a main road from Hopewell to Lambertville NJ. Lambertville is directly across the river from New Hope. Then route 202 continues on to Lahaska, Solebury, Buckingham. I spent a little time today in the State Library. Tried to look at the 1850 New Jersey Census, but their copy is much too dark and difficult to read. They have a note on it, stating that the copy in the Archives is much better, unfortunately the archives is in the middle of moving to a new location, so I could not use their copy.

I hope to get the Hopewell on Friday morning, and see what I can find there. I did find, in the State Library, marriages in Bucks County listed in the Bucks County Intelligencer (the Republican Newspaper.) The Naylors were primarily Democrats, but the listings are still interesting.)

Here goes:

(27 Dec 1817) Nailor Ann married to George Henry, both of Solebury, by John Simpson, esq on the 6 January 1818.

Charles Nailor married to Mary Jane Horten, both of Lambertville, NJ by Rev. P. O Studdiford (16 Feb 1829)
David Nailor to Ellen Randolph, both of Solebury, by John Shaw, esq. (6 Feb 1815)
ca. 1814-Eleanor Nailor Rockafellow, Hiram to Eleanor Nailor, both of Georgetown NJ, by Jno Coryell, esq (19 Dec 1814) (Remember that Eleanor Rockafellow was living with Naylors in Solebury in 1850)
16 June 1812, Nailor, Eliza. Erkis, John of New Hope to Eliza Nailor of Amwell NJ by John Coryell, esq in NJ. (25 June 1821)
John Nailor of Solebury to Rachel Lowry of Buckingham by Jos. Shaw esq. (23 June 1818)
21 June 1831 Nailor, Jos. R. of Lambertville NJ to Adeline M. Gregory of Troy NY by Rev. Mr. Aaaron at the house of Jos. Burrows in Doylestown (25 July 1831)
15 Nov 1832 Nailor, Mary to Jesse D. Parsons both of Solebury.
31 Jan 1829 Nailor, Mary Ann to Barney Egan.

12-20-1843 Thomas W. Naylor of Southampton to Mary Ridge, Bensalem Twp at the house of Mahlong Ridge, Bensalem by C. W. Biles, esq.

1-1-1855 Thomas Naylor and Patience Pearson, both of Solebury at Newton, by John Barnsley, esq.

9-24-1835 Anna Elizabeth Naylor and Albert M. Edwards- both of Solebury at New Hoope by John Dolley, esq.
8-18-1859 Caroline F. Nailor and Jesse Ruth both of Solebury. Rev. S. M. Andrews. (Walt Anthony's ancestor.)

12-21-1850 Elizabeth Naylor and Reeder Cox, both of Bucks by Rev. M. Edwards

3-19-1859 Julia Ann Naylor and William Sands both of Bucks in Lumberville Pa. by Elder J. P. Lauer.

12-2-1843 Naylor, Mary Ann and James Worthington. both of Solebury in New Hope by George Young.

3-5-1859 Naylor, Melinda, Solebury and Hugh Kelly, Tinicum by Henry Hough, esq.

11-9-1850 Naylor, Samuel , Lambertville, NJ, and Catherine Buffer, New Hope by Rev. Samuel Nightingale.

So it is obvious the the PA Naylors knew the Amwell, and other NJ Naylors.

Now don't ask me too many questions that I don't know the answers to!
Changing the subject:

Sandy Ridge Cemetary near the Sandy Ridge Baptist Church in Amwell NJ has the following Naylors in the church yard:

Deborah wife of John April 28-1886-age 70-1-9
Edward. Co. G 30th Regt NJ 1863, 45 yrs.
Elizabeth, wf of Edward 1911 88 years
Emma, daughter of John and Deborah Oct 9, 1853 years: 0-6-7
John, Feb 8, 1888 age 75-1-22
Lizzie G. Hunt wf of Silas H 1855-1912
Sarah, daugh of Elijah and Eliz Matthews Feb 26-1888 78th year.

So the Amwell Naylors are also Baptists. Another good sign.

I found David Nailer, John Nailer and Peter Nailer in the Hunderdon Militia in 1792.

Also found: Mr. Joseph Henry Applegate married Elizabeth Naylor and they have one child Daniel B.

That is it for now.

NJ/PA NAILOR/NAYLOR's

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 20 Sep 2000 10:00PM GMT
The Spelling NAYLOR became universal after 1850, that's still being checked into [I think].

I have the 1830 Index and Census (but I think they missed some), 1840, 1850, 1855, 1860, 1865, 1870. 1875, 1880. 1885, 1890, 1900 Soundex (N-460) and 1920 Soundex.

The Soundex includes everybody retaining the spelling NAILOR and NAYLOR.

For your notes:

Charles NAILOR m. Mary Jane Horten 16 Feb 1829, Studdiford.

In the Hunterdon County Marriage Records they are:
NAYLOR, Charles and Mary Ann Horton, Feb 7 1829 3-17 (Studdiford).

In the 1850 Census, he is Charles S. NAYLOR and I have this family semi-complete to 1920, and I have a living descenant who gave up a few years ago, but asked that her information not be published on the web.

Mary Ann NAYLOR and Barney Egan, Jan 31 1829, 3-17 (Studiford).
--she is the daughter of David Nailor m. (either/or), but mother died and the children would not let David on his death bed marry his housekeeper, Hannah Ackers mother of his two children Samuel and Julia NAILOR/NAYLOR. Samuel died young in the Civil War, Julia m. either a Quick or a Gulick (I'll check my notes).

Right now, from memory -- Studdiford was pastor at Sany Ridge Baptist Church.

I'll look up and correct myself, if I have errored!

NJ/PA NAYLORs

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 20 Sep 2000 10:27PM GMT
Who me "ask too many questions that you don't know the answers to!"?

I have bunches of questions, but for now I will limit the information to before 1850, everything else you can file in "Hunterdon County NAILOR/NAYLOR" and only answer what you know.

Sandy Ridge Cemetey I know:

Deborah, wife of John is mine.
--she's Deborah LEIGH dau. of Joseph LEIGH and Margaret Rockefeller.

Edward is the son of John NAILOR m. Nancy Boosenbarack (plus mispellings).--Hey! if you guys find this I WANT to hear from You!!! --they sent their information to FTM and I can't get a hold of them.
you belong to either Amos or Robert then you become 'Aliens'!!!

Emma - belongs to me.

John, Feb 8 1888 - belongs to me, he's my 2nd GGrandfather. His wife is Deborah (Leigh) above and her parents Joseph LEIGH and Margaret Rockefeller are also buried at Sandy Ridge.

In the Hunterdon County Militia in 1792, that's your Peter!

NJ/PA Naylors

Posted: 24 Sep 2000 11:59AM GMT
Edited: 8 Jun 2002 12:20PM GMT
I will try to give you a listing of the PA Naylors who are listed in the 1850 PA Census as having been born in NJ. I will start with Bucks County. I may have missed a few. There were two or three i could not find when I compared the index to the Census pages. (Do you know if you are a member of GenealogyLibrary.com you can look at 1850 Census pages from Pennsylvania? You can subscribe for $10 for one month, or $79 for one year.) "N" stands for Naylor, Nailor, or Nayler

Here we go:

People living in Pennsylvania in 1850 who were born in New Jersey

Bucks County:
Solebury Place
Age Occupation of Birth
Jacob Nailer 61 Limeburner NJ
Catherine N 61 PA
Christina N 19 PA
Mary N 15 PA


Living in the household of Richard Bennett, merchant

Phebe S. N. 16 NJ


William N 69 Limeburner NJ
Elizabeth N 66 PA
Thomas N 26 Laborer PA
Jesse N 19 PA
Richard 15 PA
Garrett 10 PA


John Naylor 53 Limeburner PA
Mary Ellen 16 PA
Rebecca 9 PA
Sarah Ellen 5/12 PA
(Every person listed on this page is supposed to be born in PA. I wonder if the census taker really asked, or filled it in later.)

Thomas Naylor 26 Wheelright PA
Mary Naylor 27 PA
Ann E. PA
Richard H. 3 PA
Mahlon 11/12 PA

Thomas Naylor 57 Limeburner NJ
Mary Naylor 50 PA
Elizabeth 20 PA
Caroline 17 PA
Harriet 15 PA
Junian 10 PA
Howard 7


Isaac 32 Laborer NJ
Beulah 32 NJ
Melinda 12 NJ
Daniel 9 NJ
Margarite 7 NJ
Phillip 6 PA
Augustus 1 NJ

NJ/PA Naylors

Posted: 24 Sep 2000 6:13PM GMT
Edited: 8 Jun 2002 12:20PM GMT
Here are some more Naylor in the 1850 Census who were born in NJ

Chester County

Benjamin 44 Teacher Nj
Sarah 38 PA
Lucretia 4 PA
Ella 6/12 PA

Whitpain
Sam'l Naylor 59 ----- NJ

Phila, City Lower Delaware Ward

D. Nailer 30 (carter ?) NJ
Sarah N 27 NJ
Sarah E 2 PA

Phila 3rd Ward- Spring Garden

Joseph Naylor 63(?) NJ
Mary Naylor 62(?) NJ
(Three children I can't read born in PA

Philadelphia County North Liberties

William Naylor 44 -Engineer New Jersey
Angeline 19 NJ
Charles 9/12 PA

Phila

Hannah Naylor 19 NJ
In the household of John English NJ

Benjamin Naylor PA
Jane Naylor NJ
Robert 1 NJ
Addison 3 NJ

Ann Naylor 53 NJ
Elizabeth 24 NJ
Amos 21 NJ
Abigail 14 PA

Mifflin County, Mifflin

Sam'l Naylor 59 None NJ
Jane Naylor 49 NJ
Mosser(?) 24 None NJ
William N 18 NJ
Ann Naylor 18 NJ
Martin Naylor 13 NJ
Ellen Naylor 9 NJ
Jane Naylor 7 NJ

I looked again at the Quaker Cemetary in Solebury, and don't think I know who anyone else is.

NJ/PA Naylors

Posted: 29 Oct 2000 2:04PM GMT
Edited: 8 Jun 2002 12:20PM GMT
Well, I am back. I spent a day last week at the new New Jersey Archives office. It is much nicer than their previous space in the basement. I did not really learn very much that I did not already know, except for who I am not related to. Sound familiar?

I am not directly related to Thomas Naylor of Egg Harbor. I am not directly related to Peter Naylor of Burlington.

Here is some 1860 Census information, if it does anyone else any good.

Peter Naylor age 16, born New Jersey (Day Laboror) Readington NJ.

George W. Naylor age 58 born in New Jersey (Day Laborer)Readington (Peter and George are not in the same household, but listed next door to each other.) Other members of George Naylor's household:

Jane Naylor age 51 , born NJ
Harriet Buchanan, age 26, born NJ
George Bucyanan, age 3, born NJ
William B. Naylor, age 11, born NJ
Caroline H. Naylor age 8, born NJ

Next Naylor household: Readington

John K Naylor, age 31, Carpenter, born in NJ
Bridget Naylor, age 27, born in Ireland
William B. Naylor, age 5, born in NJ
Charles M. Naylor, age 2, born in NJ

In the tax records I did find a Thomas Nailor in Somerset County:

1805 he was living in Hillsborough
1807 he was living in Bridgewater.
Then he disappears. He could be my ancestor, who then moves to Pennsylvania.

I copied two wills: One for David Naylor, Amwel NJ, January 13, 1845 and one for a Robert Naylor of Ringoes, Dec. 20, 1827. These were the two oldest Naylor wills that I found.

I hope to go to Bucks County Historical Society next Monday. If you have anything in particular you want me to look u, let me know. I hope to copy land deeds for Thomas Naylor.

Peter Naylor, Hunterdon Co., NJ.

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 2 Nov 2000 7:20AM GMT
In 1880, P.34 N. Readington Twp., #374-514: NAYLOR, Peter S.

Peter S. ...27 .... Sarah ...28
(b. 1853) ......... (b. 1852)
Also listed: NAYLOR, Matilda ae. 20
........... Thompson, Andrew P. ae. 33

P>1870, P. 54 Clinton Twp. #394-402: NAILOR, Peter G.

Peter G. ... 22 .... Hannah ... 21
(b. 1848, NJ) ..... (b. 1849, NJ)
Harvey ...... 3 .... Ella ..... 4
(b. 1867, NJ) ..... (b. 1866, NJ)
also listed: Henry A. Hall 24, b. NJ

1860, p. 40, Reaington Twp. Listed living with John A. Lare #291-317: NAYLOR, Peter, ae. 16.

1850, p. 270, Lambertville #47-57: NAYLOR, George. NAYLOR, Peter ae. 6.

The 1900 Soundex N-460, has a Peter, age 54 (b. 1845, NJ) in Somerset County, and a Harvey H. in Essex County.
*****

1870, p. 63, Lambertville, #452-492: NAYLOR, George.

George ... 67 ... Jane ... 60
(b. 1803, NJ) ... (b. 1810, NJ)
also listed Buchanan, Harriet 36, b. 1834, NJ
........... NAYLOR, Mary 90, b. 1780, NJ

1860, p. 40 Readington Twp. #292-318: NAYLOR, George W.

George ... 58 ... Jane ... 51
(b. 1802, NJ) ... (b. 1809, NJ)
William B. 11 ... Caroline H. 6
(b. 1848, NJ) ... (b. 1852, NJ)
also listed Buchanan, Harriet 26, b. 1834, NJ
........... Buchanan, George 3, b. 1857, NJ

1850, p. 270, Lambertville #14-16: NAYLOR, George.

George ... 48 ... Jane ... 42
(b. 1802, NJ) ... (b. 1808, NJ)
Peter .... 6 ... Harriett.16
(b. 1844, NJ) ... (b. 1834, OH)
William .. 1 ... Eliza E..12
(b. 1849, NJ) ... (b. 1838, OH)

1830, p. 329, Amwell Twp.: NAILOR, George W.

1 male 0-5 ... 2 female 0-5
(b. 1825-1830) (b. 1825-1830)
1 male 20-30 .. 1 female 20-30
(b. 1800-1810) (b. 1800-1810)

I was unable to locate a marriage record for George and Jane ( -) NAYLOR.

George was born around 1802 and 1803, thus he is still on the list as a possible brother to my 2 GGrandfather b. 19 Dec 1812.

I also have a George b. aft. 8 Oct 1824 to Isaiah NAILOR and Ann Johnson, son of David NAILOR and named in his Grandfather's will made 29 Dec 1844 and filed at the office of the Surrogate. Will Book 8, p. 45.

POSSIBLY ...

1850, p. 270, Lambertville: NAYLOR, George.

George ... 28 ... Eliza ... 28
(b. 1822, NJ) ... (b. 1822, NJ)
George ... 5 ... Catherine 2
(b. 1845, NJ) ... (b. 1848, NJ)

1869, p. 66, Lambertville, #514-540: NAYLOR, George J.

George ... 38 ... Sarah A. ... 34
(b. 1822, NJ) ... (b. 1826, NJ)
George ... 14
(b. 1846, NJ)
also listed Joseph Van Pelt, 32-black
........... Richard lowe, 60-black

1870, p. 1, Lambertville, #4-4: NAYLOR, George J.

George ... 48 ... Sarah A. ... 44
(b. 1822, NJ) ... (b. 1826, NJ)
George ... 24 ... Genitte? ... 7
(b. 1846, NJ) ... (b. 1863, NJ)
also listed Cooke, Preston 25, PA
........... Cooke, Amanda 22, PA
........... Pierson, Sarah 23, NJ
........... Pierson, Mary 3, NJ

This George NAYLOR m. Eliza Quick, March 7, 1846, 3-124 (Dils, J.P.).

For right now, this is all the information I have had time to enter.
(b. 1845, NJ)



John K. NAYLOR

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2000 7:04AM GMT
John K. NAYLOR belongs to Keven P. NAYLOR .

Following is what he sent me in July 1998:

John's father born in England, mother born in Ireland.

John was Protestant; Bridgette was Catholic; after John died Bridgette had their children baptized Catholic at St. Joseph's Church on Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

William B. age 5 [1860 Census] is William Bernard born 10-16-1856; d. 12-13-1922; m. 1st Catherine Lally,(six children) m. 2nd, 11-10-1895 at St. Peter's Church, Brooklyn, NY - Elizabeth Nutley Lally (four children).

Charles M. age 2 [1860 Census] was born in 1858 and married Margaret Doon.

Josephine [not listed 1860 Census] married Jacob Faye.

James [not listed 1860 Census] was born in 1867; died 09-13-1893.

"The only conflict in your information and mine is that John K.'s parents were from England and Ireland or New Jersey."

Thus far, I have been of little help to Kevin for the simple fact that I only have one NAYLOR naturalized in New Jersey, and she was a female.

The was a William NAYLOR and family come in to New York in 1811, and as far as I was able to get with them is they went to Upstate New York and stayed. I did get one New York NAYLOR to New Jersey, but not to Hunterdon County.

There was also a NAYLOR who came in thru Philadelphia in 1801, but I couldn't gather enough information to get this one to Somerset County.

I'll contact Kevin and see if he'll pop in to add or correct any of the above information.

John K. NAYLOR

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2000 7:04AM GMT
John K. NAYLOR belongs to Keven P. NAYLOR .

Following is what he sent me in July 1998:

John's father born in England, mother born in Ireland.

John was Protestant; Bridgette was Catholic; after John died Bridgette had their children baptized Catholic at St. Joseph's Church on Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.

William B. age 5 [1860 Census] is William Bernard born 10-16-1856; d. 12-13-1922; m. 1st Catherine Lally,(six children) m. 2nd, 11-10-1895 at St. Peter's Church, Brooklyn, NY - Elizabeth Nutley Lally (four children).

Charles M. age 2 [1860 Census] was born in 1858 and married Margaret Doon.

Josephine [not listed 1860 Census] married Jacob Faye.

James [not listed 1860 Census] was born in 1867; died 09-13-1893.

"The only conflict in your information and mine is that John K.'s parents were from England and Ireland or New Jersey."

Thus far, I have been of little help to Kevin for the simple fact that I only have one NAYLOR naturalized in New Jersey, and she was a female.

The was a William NAYLOR and family come in to New York in 1811, and as far as I was able to get with them is they went to Upstate New York and stayed. I did get one New York NAYLOR to New Jersey, but not to Hunterdon County.

There was also a NAYLOR who came in thru Philadelphia in 1801, but I couldn't gather enough information to get this one to Somerset County.

I'll contact Kevin and see if he'll pop in to add or correct any of the above information.

NJ/PA NAYLORS - found you another cousin

Deborah Naylor/Farhar (View posts)
Posted: 5 Nov 2000 7:28AM GMT
I jumped in a message posted "Harry Naylor in 1870 Bucks County Census" from Bill Murden, posted in this forum on 31 October

He is the son of Peter S. and Emily J. (Ditmars) Naylor. This makes him cousin to Ms Helen from Boston and Ms Iris of Stockton and if you are correct that David Reeder Naylor was the son of Thomas and Mary Search then you are Xth cousins.

Deborah in OK
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