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View Tree for Christian (Capt) GetmanChristian (Capt) Getman (b. 06 Mar 1734, d. 10 Jul 1821)

Christian (Capt) Getman (son of Johann Frederick Getman and Maria Johanna Bierman)35 was born 06 Mar 1734 in Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, USA35, and died 10 Jul 1821 in Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, USA35. He married Anne Eve Timmerman on 08 Jul 1760 in Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, daughter of Adam Timmerman and Catherine Nellis.

 Includes NotesNotes for Christian (Capt) Getman:
Christian Getman, third son of Frederick and Mary (Bierman) Getman, was born March 6, 1734. He married Anne Eve Timmerman, widow of John Markell, on July 8, 1760 at the age of 26. Anne Eve Timmerman was born on February 4, 1743 and died April 25, 1822. She was the daughter of Adam and Catarina (Nellis) Timmerman(Zimmerman).

Christian served in the French and Indian Wars. As a Captain he was in Soffrines Deychart's (Dygert) Company to march to Fort William Henry on March 20, 1757, returning home on March 29, 1757. He again appears as a member of the same company on July 24, 1763.

During the Revolutionary War, late 1776, he served as the Captain in company of Tryon County New York militia, Rangers under Col. James Livingston Which was a intelligence gathering reconnaissance unit. His original military and land deed papers were in a tin box under Fran Lane's bed in the 1960's.

He is listed on the 1790 Federal Census for the township of Palatine, Montgomery County, New York, he is listed with 3 males over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females


Among the early marriages, if not the first in this town, was that of Christian GETMAN to Anna TIMMERMAN, a widow lady, who, previous to her marriage with GETMAN, had been shot and scalped by the Indians during the French war, but survived her wounds and raised a family of four athletic sons. The first lumber mills were built by John SNELL and Geo. GETMAN on Krum Kil Creek.


EPHRATAH, NEW YORK, FIRST EVENTS
The first survey for a road was made with a pocket compass, by CHRISTIAN GETMAN, under the direction of Sir William JOHNSON. The road ran from near Johnson Hall, westward, through the central part of the town to Lassellsville.

The first store in the town was kept by Johannes WINKLE, at what is now Ephratah village. An inventory of his effects, taken after his death, is now in the possession of Oliver GETMAN, and bears the date 1789. John EMPIE kept the first tavern, where his son, John F. EMPIE, now resides. The old, unique sign which then allured the weary traveler to this place of entertainment is still in existence, and a date on it shows it to have been executed in 1809. The first post route established in the town was from Canajoharie, Montgomery County, to Ephratah village, Christopher GETMAN being the first postmaster. The first German school in the town was taught by Honnas MOOT, about a mile south o Ephratah village. A man by the name of MCLEAN kept the first English school.

Christian Getman died in 1821. His will was probated on July 10, 1821.

The will of Christian Getman of Palatine, written 15 April 1803, was probated 10 July 1821; he mentions his wife Anna Eva and children: Christian, Peter, Jacob, Adam, Catharine, wife of Ludwig Rickert, and Anna Eve, wife of Jost Shull; the executors were to be Samuel Gray, Richard Young, and his son Jacob; the witnesses were John F. Empy, Thomas Getman, John Snell; a codicil was added 4 December 1804 witnessed by John I. Snell, Thomas and George D. Getman. The widow Getman, aged 79 years 2 months 11 days, was buried 29 April 1822.




Christian GETMAN

- GFG # B1
- He was in Soffrines Deychart's (deyger's) Company to march to Fort William Henry March 20th 1757, returning home the 29th
- 1790 census of the Town of Palatine, Montgomery County, NY - Girtman, Christian, 3 males over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females
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- Christian was in the militia during 1757-63, was in the Revolution in the militia and later as Captain of a company of Tryon Couny Rangers, an intelligence-gathering reconnaissance unit.
- Tryon County Committee, Dec 19th 1776
"Resolved, Theat the Ranges of Capt. Christian Getman's company stationed at Stone Arabia, shall in the time of their leisure, when and which of them are not employed in ranging, cut timber for building a certain fort in the said place, under the sole direction and command of Isaac Paris, Esq." (Simms)
- He made the first survey for a road in Stone Arabia, with a pocket compass, for Sir William Johnson. Christian and Anne Eve, in 1760, were among the early marriages, if not the first, in what later became the town of Ephratah. (History of Montgomery and Fulton Counties, N.Y., F.W. Beers & Co, 1878)

His will was probated 10 Jul 1821. His grave has not been located. It is expected that he would have died at home and been buried on one of the Getman burial plots in what is now Ephratah, Fulton, New York.
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Land Transfer form Frederick Getman to Christian Getman 1781 (father to son)
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Ta all Christian People to whom these presents shall come Know that I Frederick Getman of Stone Arabia in the County of Tryon & State of New York For and in Consideration of the Natural Love and Affection which I have for my Loving Son Christian Getman & also for and in consideration of the Sum of Ten Pounds Lawful Money of the State aforesaid to me in hand paid by the said Chrisian Getman before the sealing and delivering hereof the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge have given Granted Bargained Sold Alienated Conveyed & confirmed & by these presents do give grant bargain sell alien convey & confirm unto the said Christian Getman his Heirs and assigns for ever A certain piece of Land lying & being in Stone Arabia in the County aforesaid in a patent formerly granted to [ ] Gerlag Andrew Fink and others being the Easternmost half part of a Lott of one hundred Acres known by the Name of Lott No. Ninety four (the Westernmost half whereof I the said Frederick Getman conveyed to the said Christian by a Deed bearing date the Twenty sixth Day of March Anno Dominione thousand seven hundred and seventy one and is bounded & Butted as follows Viz Beginning at the North East Corner of the said Westernmost half part of the said Lott No. Ninety four and runs Thence South Eighty Chains thence East Six Chains Seventy five Links to thence North Eighty Chains thence West Six Chains and seventy five Links to the place of beginning containing fifty Acres of Land with the usual Allowance for High Ways To have and to hold the said Fifty Acres of Land together with all and Singular the advantages and conveniences belonging or in any wise appertaining to the same and all the Benefits whatever arising therefrom to the use and behoof of him the sd Christian Getman his Heirs and assigns for ever And I the sd Frederick Getman do declare that before the sealing and delivery hereof I am the true Sole and Lawful owner of the said Piece of Land together with all & Singular the advantages and conveniences thereon & have in myself good right full Power Lawful authority to give grant Bargain sell convey & Confirm the said Premises in manner aforesaid and I the sd Frederic Getman do further bind myself my Heirs Executors & Administrators firmly by these presents to Warrant & defend the said Christian Getman his Heirs and assigns in the peaceable possession and enjoyment of all and Singular the said premises against any claims or demands of any Person or Persons whatsoever provided that the said Christian Getman his Heirs & Assigns shall pay all quit rents that become due from the date of these presents on the said premises In Witness whereof I the said Frederick Getman have hereunto set my hand and Seal this fifteenth Day of March in the fifth year of the Independence of the said State and in the Year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and Eighty one.
N.B. the words (on the said premises) were enterlined before the sealing and delivering hereof Sign'd Seal'd & diliver'd In the presence his
s/ Frederick FGM Getman
s/ mark
Transcribed by Clyde J. Getman, 13 June 2002

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Land Transfer from Frederick Getman (presumed to be Christian's nephiew b. 1751) to Christian Getman 1788
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This Indenture made he Thirty first Day of December and in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven Hundred and Eighty Eight and in the thirteenth year of our American Independence Between Frederick Gattman Of Stonerauba in Palatine District in the County of Montgomery and i8n the State of New York yeoman of the one part and Christian Gettman of the County and State aforesaid yeoman of the other part Witnesseth that the said Frederick Gattman for and in consideration of the Sum of Ninety Nine pounds by the said Christian Gattman to him in hand paid Hath granted Bargained Sold Enfossed & Confirmed and by these presents doth grant Bargain Sell Enfeoss and Confirm unto the said Christian Gattman and to his heirs and assigns one Hundred Acres of Land out of all that Certain Lot of Land Situate lying & being in the Western Allotment of Kingsborough District of Coghnawaga and County of Montgomery known and distinguished by the Name of Lot Number five hundred and fifty nine said one hundred acres of Land as known by the anmes of Lot Number three out of the aforesaid Lot Number five hundred and fifty Nine and Sixty and on the East Side of the Caroga Creek and runs from thence South Sixty four degrees West Bound thereof South thirty four degrees West Sixteen Chains and fifty Links then North Sixty four degrees West to the Caroga Creek then up the Streem of said Creek as it Winds and turns to the place of Beginning Estimated at one hundred acres of Land be the same more or Less deemed to have become forfeited by the attainder of Sir John Johnson Late of the County of Tryon Knight and Baronet and all and Singular the Estate right Title and Interest Whether in possession Reversion or Remainder of in or to the said premises Which in Consequence of any attainder or Convicted is become forfeited or attached to or Vested in the people of the said State, To Have and To Hold all and Singular the said Lands Tenements Horeditaments and premises hereby Granted Bargained Sold Enfossed and Confirmed With the appurtenances unto the said Christian Gattman and his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and Behoof of the said Christian Gattman and his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness Whereof the said partie to these presents Hath hereunto Interchangeable Set his Hand and Seal the day and year first above Written
Sealed and delivered
In the presence of s/ Frederick Gettman

N.B. the words (and on the East Side of the Caroga Creek) in the 12th Line was Interlined
s/ N Christy
Geor Fox

And begins at the South West Corner of Lot Number ive hundred fifty Eight

Transcribed by Clyde J. Getman, 13 June 2002

- NOTE the immediately preceeding transaction took place between brothers. Johann Frederick, the father, having died in 1781. [WG]

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- Purchase of forfeited land by Christian Getman

Land Transfer from John Winn to Christian Getman 29 April 1790
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To all to whom these presents shall come I John Winn Sheriff of the County of Montgomery send greeting whereas by / Virtue of a certain writ of fieri facias issued out of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the State of New York under the seal of the / said court Tested at the City of New York on the thirtieth day of January in the fourteenth year of the Independence of the said / State to me directed commanding me of the Goods and Chattels, Lands and Tenements of Abraham Lott and Thomas Woolridge / in my Bailiwic I cause to be made seven thousand two hundred and seventeen pounds fifteen shillings and six pences / two farthings of debt, also sixteen pounds two shillings and three pence which Sussanna Van Horne late the wife / of George Turnbull whom the said George Turnbull hath survived, sustained for her costs and charges about this / suit expended recovered against the said Abraham Lott and Thomas Woolldridge, I have seized and taken of this / Lands of the said Abraham Lott in my Bailiwick All that certain Lot of Land called Number Twenty three / in the first Tract or patent granted to Abraham Lott, Isaac Low, John Ogilvie and others being bounded Esterly by Lot No. / fourteen Southerly by Number twenty two Westerly by Lot Number Twenty four in the first Tract and Northerly by Lots / Number thirteen and Number ourteen in the second Tract or patent __ situate, lying and beingon theNorthside o the / Mohawk River in the Town of palatine in he said County of Montgomery being a part of a larger Tract or parcel of Land / known by the name of Macginns purchase or Dillebourgh estimated at Five hundred and Twenty five Acres of / Land more or less: and whereas since the seizure made is aforesaid, the said Lands by Virtue o the aforesaid Writ / to me directed have been exposed to sale at public Vensue and the samepurchased by Capatin Christian Getman of Palatine / Town in the said Couny or the sum of Eighty seven pounds ten shillings lawfull money of the State aforesaid being the highest sum that was bid for the same. Now know yee that I the said, John Winn, the Sheriff aforesaid by Virtue / of the said Writ of Fieri Faias to me directed as aforesaid and by the force of the Statute in such case lately made and / provided for and in consideration of the said sum of Eighty seven pounds ten shillings to me in hand paid by the said / Christian Getman before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof I do hereby Acknowledge Have bargained, sold aliened, remised, released, assigned, set over, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents do bargain, sell, / alien, remise, release, assign, set over, convey and confirm unto the said Christian Getman and to his heirs and Assigns forever, / the said Lands herein beforementioned and described and all the Estate, right, title, interest, property claim and demand / which the said Abraham Lott had of in or to the same. To have and to hold he said Lands with all and singular / the Appurtenances unto the said Christian Getman his heirs and Assigns to the sole and only benefit and behoof of the / said Christian Getman his heis and Assigns forever as fully and absolutely, as I the said Sheriff might or could do by / force and virtue of the said Writ of fieri facias and by force of the Statutes aforesaid or otherwise subject however to all / prior Incumberances if any In Witness whereof I the said Sheriff hve hereunto set my hand and seal this / Twenty Ninth day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and Ninety___
Sealed and delivered s/ John Winn Sheriff
In presence of
s/ John Getman
s/ Fred Gettman

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Sheriff Winn's Deed to Christian Getman 5 March 1799
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Sheriff Winn's Deed
To
Captain Christian Gettman
for Lands at Dillebourgh
5 March 1799

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Be it remembered that on the fifth day of March in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine before *** Robert Mc Farlan one of the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas for the County of Montgomery appeared John Getman to have formally known who
Being sworn says that he ***ned the { } Deed as a Witness to him known sign
seal and deliver the within Deed as his voluntary act and D** for the *** and [ ] [ ] is thereon as int*** and that Frederick Gettman [ ] known at The former time & *** the ***** *** **** ***** > having ********** the same and no erasures interlinations or obliterations therein allow the same to be recorded
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Recorded in the Clerk's office of the County of
Montgomery Book No. 6 of Deeds page
No. 9 *** the fifth day of March 1799
Chris. P. Yates Clk.

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Last Will and Testament of Christian Getman (1734-1821)

The people of the State of New York by the Grace of God Free and Independent To all to whom these presents shall come or may concern send Greeting. Know ye that at Johnstown in the County of Montgomery before Tobias A. Stoutenburgh Esquire Surrogate of our said county the last Will and testament of Christian Getman deceased (a copy whereof is hereunto annexed) was proved and is now approved and allowed by us, and the said deceased having whilst he lived, and at the time of his death, Goods, chattels or credits, within this State, by means whereof the proving and registering the said Will, and the granting Administration of all and singular the said Goods, chattels and credits and also the auditing allowing and final discharging, the accounts thereof doth belong unto us, the administration of all and singular, the Goods, chattels and credits, of the said deceased and any way concerning his Will is granted unto Jacob Getman one of the executors in the said Will named he being first duly sworn well and faithfully to Administer the same and to make and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said Goods, chattels, and credits, and also to render a just and true account thereof when thereunto required. In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of office of our said Surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness Tobias A. Stoutenburgh Esquire Surrogate of the said county at Johnstown the tenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one and of our Independence the forty sixth.
Tobias A. Stoutenburgh


In the name of God amen. I Christian Getman of the town of Palatine in the County of Montgomery & State of New York, being well aged & in a declining state of health, but of a sound and perfect mind & memory blessed be God for it, do make and ordain this my last Will and testament in manner following that is to say Principally & first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it & my body I recommend to the Earth to be decently buried; And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, devise & dispose of the same in the following manner Vis. Imprimus I give devise & bequeath unto my beloved Wife Anna Eve for & during her natural life, the whole & sole command and Mastership on the farm I at present dwell on and also on another farm which I own at Dillenburg at present in the possession & occupation of my son Christian, Vesting her with the full & absolute power & Mastership to act on the premises as occasion may require for her to secure a decent competent & comfortable maintainance to herself as well in sickness as in health during the time afores. I further give and bequeath her at her choice one cow & three ewe sheep, all my beds & bedding with all the furniture and hangings &ca thereunto belonging for her own disposal. It further is my will that she may dispose of her own wearing apparel & two chests at present owned by her to such of her children as she may think proper at her decease.
Having already conveyed to my son Peter the farm he at present dwells on & supplied him with horses &ca I shall remain silent as to him.
Item I give devise & bequeath unto my son Christian & to his heirs and assigns forever, all & singular the aforement. farm which I own at Dillenburg & at present in his possession as afores. known by the name of lott No. eight, being part of large Lott No. three in Maginnis Purchase, together with all & singular the buildings & improvement thereon, subject however to the command & Mastership of my wife as aforesaid. I further give & bequeath unto him his heirs & assigns two seats in the Reformed Dutch Church at Stonearabia to wit a man seat No. 5, on the West side in the said church & a womans seat No. 20 in said church also on the West side.
Item I give devise & bequeath unto my son Jacob & to his heirs & assigns forever the western equal half or moiety of the farm I now live on estimated at fifty acres of Land with allowance for highways, together with all & singular the buildings thereon subject to the same power and command of my Wife as afores.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Adam & to his heirs & assigns forever the eastern half or moiety of the last mentioned farm estimated at fifty Acres of land with allowance for highways also subject to my Wife's power and command as afores. Having purchased land in partnership with Saml. Gray & John Snell at Vendue from Sheriff Winn as by Deed will appear & laid by us in two allotments & divided each allotment in three lotts & numbered the said lotts as is usual & divided the same equally & equitably between us. Now No. two of the 2d allotmentof said lands, which is distinguished by the Name of lott No. twenty three in Maginnis Purchase together with fifty acres more out of Lott no. fifteen in last division of Stone Arabia Patent which I purchased from Jno. Ludwing Kring I give devise & bequeath unto my two sons Jacob & Adam & to their heirs & assigns forever to be equally divided between them, also all the residue of my personal estate not already bequeathed, excepting my pewter ware which I leave to my daughters as shall hereafter be specified; further I give devise & bequeath to them in like manner eight seats in the afores. Church to be divided between them in the following order, to wit my son Jacob one man seat No. 48 & two woman seat No. 25 & 20. My son Adam four men seats on the Gallery ni [sic] said church & 1 woman seat No. 25.
I give devise & bequeath unto my daughters Catharine the Wife of Ludwig Rickert & Anna Eve the wife of Jost Sholl & to their heirs & assigns forever lott No. three of the first allotment of the before ment. Lott No. twenty three which I purchased from Sheriff Winn as afores: aforesaid estimated at one hundred acres of Land together with all my pewter ware already ment. Of whatever kind it be; to be equally divided between them.
If further is my Will & express desire that when my Minoren Son Adam comes to the age of Maturity & shall have occasion to erect buildings on his own Land that my son Jacob is to assist him in Labors cost & charges to erect a house similar to that of Ludwig Rikert so far till it stands under a shingle roof the sides boarded up & filled with clay mortar as is usual & a stone walled celler under one room & a stone chimney in it, the flooring & other joiners work if he desires it done he my son Adam must get that done at his own expence & in consideration of said stone chimney my son Adam must assist my son Jacob in Labor cost & charges to erect a stone chimney in his own house if he desires it.
Item I will that all my just debts which are but few & none large shall be paid, out of my personal estate left at my decease by my sons Jacob & Adam & all outstanding debts due to me at that time shall by them collected & received & applied to their use & service. And Lastly I do constitute, make & appoint, my trusty & well beloved friends Samuel Gray & Richard Young & my son Jacob to be executors of this my last Will & testament; and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke & disannul all and every other & former, testaments, Wills, Legacies, Bequests & executors by me in anywise heretofore named, Willed & bequeathed, ratifying & confirming this & no other to be my last Will & testament. In testimony whereof I the said Christian Getman have to this my last Will & testament set my hand & seal this fifteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & three.
his
Christian X Getman L.S.
Mark

Note the words to herself in the 18th line she & two chests at present owned by her in the 22nd line of the first page, No. 5 in the 3d line them in 27th line of the 2d page done, own in the 11th & 13th lines of the 3d & last page were duly interlined before execution thereof. Signed, sealed, published, pronounced & declared by the said Christian Getman as his last Will & Testament in the presence of us who in his presence & the presence of each other have hereunto
his
subscribed our names, John F. Empy, Thomas (X) Getman, John Snell.
mark


Be it remembered that on the tenth day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty one personally appeared before me Tobia A. Stoutenburg Surrogate of the County of Montgomery John F. Empy who being duly sworn deposeth and saith, that he saw Christian Getman sign and seal and heard him publish and declare the within instrument as and for his last Will and testament: That the said Christian Getman was at the time thereof of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding: that this deponent subscribed his name thereto as witness to the execution thereof in the presence of the said Christian Getman the testator and that he at the same time saw Thomas Getman and John Snell subscribe their names thereto (the former by making his mark) as Witnesses to the the execution thereof also in the said testators presence.
Tobias A. Stoutenburgh


I Christian Getman of the town of Palatine in the County of Montgomery & State of New York do this fourth day of december, make & publish this Codicil to my last Will & Testament in manner following that is to say Whereas In & by my said last Will & testament which bears date the fifteenth day of April One thousand eight hundred & three, I have given, devised & bequeathed unto my son Jacob his heirs & assigns the Western equal half or Moiety of my farm which I at present occupy & to my son Adam his heirs & assigns I have in like manner given devised & bequeathed the eastern equal half or moiety of my said farm and whereas my present farm contrary to my expectation stands some part thereof on the aforesaid Eastern half by me devised to my said son Adam, I find myself necessitated in order to accommodate matters to alter the same in some aspect. And I do hereby alter the same as follows Viz. I give & bequeath unto my said son Jacob & to his heirs & assigns forever the very same spot of ground at present taken up by said barn with as much more ground as is necessary & sufficient for a Barrick=yard & a yard round said barn together with the said barn barricks &ca and all belonging to it. And to my said son Adam & to his heirs & assigns forever I give devise & bequeath the same quantity of Land out of the aforesaid western half by me devised to my said son Jacob, for the same purpose of building a barn thereon. And whereas in & by my said last Will & testament I have bequeathed unto my said two sons Jacob and Adam all my outstanding debts due to me at my decease which I also revoke & alter & I do hereby absolutely give & bequeath the same with what ready money there may be on hand at my decease to my beloved wife Anna Eve for her own use and service. And lastly it is my express will & desire, that this present Codicil be annexed to and made a part of my last Will & testament, to all intents & purposes. Which said last Will & testament I do hereby ratify & confirm. In witness whereof I the said Christian Getman have hereunto set my hand & seal this fourth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred & four.
his
Christian (X) Getman
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Signed and Sealed, published and declared by the above named Christian Getman as a Codicil to be annexed to his last Will & Testament. In the presence of us.
his his
Thomas (X) Getman Jno. (X) Snell George D. Getman
mark mark


Be it remembered that on this tenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one personally appeared before me Tobias A. Stoutenburgh Surrogate of the County of Montgomery, George D. Getman, who being duly sworn, deposith and saith that he saw Christian Getman sign and seal and heard him publish and declare the foregoing instrument as and for a Codicil to his last Will & testament: That the said Christian Getman was at the time thereof of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding: That this deponent subscribed his name thereto as a witness to the execution thereof in the presence of the said Christian Getman the testator; and that he at the same time saw Thomas Getman and Jno. Snell subscribe their names thereto (by making their marks) as Witnesses to the execution thereof also in the said testators presence.
Tobias A. Stoutenburgh


Transcribed by Clyde J. Getman, 17 September 2000
[paragraph breaks inserted for readability by Wayne Getman]


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More About Christian (Capt) Getman and Anne Eve Timmerman:
Marriage: 08 Jul 1760, Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York.

Children of Christian (Capt) Getman and Anne Eve Timmerman are:
  1. +Christian II Getman, b. 17 Jan 1772, Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, USA35, d. Sep 1809, New York, USA35.
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