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Ancestors of Peter Jennings Talbot II


Generation No. 9


      256. Benjamin Talbot197, born November 22, 1713 in Dighton, MA197; died February 1764 in Dighton, MA197. He was the son of 512. Samuel Talbot and 513. Mary Dyer. He married 257. Rebeckah Allen May 03, 1734 in Dighton, MA197.

      257. Rebeckah Allen197, born April 20, 1718 in Dighton, MA; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 514. Ephraim Allen and 515. Zipporah Crane.

Notes for Benjamin Talbot:
His home was located between Main Street and Hart Street, west of Richmond Hill, in Dighton, MA.

More About Benjamin Talbot:
Cause of Death: smallpox197

More About Benjamin Talbot and Rebeckah Allen:
Marriage: May 03, 1734, Dighton, MA197
     
Children of Benjamin Talbot and Rebeckah Allen are:
  i.   Zipporah Talbot197, born August 05, 1735 in Dighton, MA197; died February 03, 1818 in Dighton, MA (buried Unitarian cem. Dighton)197; married Captain Joseph Trafton197; born January 12, 1730/31197; died 1771 in lost at sea198.
  More About Joseph Trafton and Zipporah Talbot:
Marriage: 199
Marriage Fact: February 21, 1755, intentions199

  ii.   Zephaniah Talbot, born May 09, 1737 in Dighton, MA; died December 20, 1811 in Dighton, MA (buried Hart St. cem. Dighton, MA); married Hannah Richmond September 12, 1790; died November 20, 1820 in Dighton, MA (buried Hart St. cem. Dighton, MA).
  Notes for Zephaniah Talbot:
Zephaniah Talbot (1737-1811) served at the Rhode Island Alarm in Capt. Henry Tew's company, Col. John Hathaway's regiment.

  More About Zephaniah Talbot and Hannah Richmond:
Marriage: September 12, 1790

  iii.   Captain Samuel Talbot199, born January 05, 1738/39 in Dighton, MA199; died November 16, 1814 in Dighton, MA (bur. Hart Street Cem., Dighton, MA)199; married (1) Phylinda Cleveland August 24, 1765 in Dighton, MA199; died February 09, 1793 in Dighton, MA (bur. Hart Street Cem., Dighton, MA)199; married (2) Lydia Beals November 16, 1793 in Dighton, MA199; died Unknown.
  Marriage Notes for Samuel Talbot and Phylinda Cleveland:
Intentions at Dighton, MA dated 24 August 1765 [Boyer notes]

  More About Samuel Talbot and Phylinda Cleveland:
Marriage: August 24, 1765, Dighton, MA199

  iv.   Mary Talbot, born March 1741/42 in Dighton, MA; died February 14, 1780 in Dighton, MA (buried Elm St. cem. Dighton); married William Brown February 14, 1762; born in Dighton, MA; died Unknown.
  More About William Brown and Mary Talbot:
Marriage: February 14, 1762

  v.   Benjamin Allen Talbot, born March 24, 1743/44 in Dighton, MA; died July 15, 1805 in Providence, RI; married Hannah Brink October 22, 1765 in Providence, RI; died Unknown.
  More About Benjamin Talbot and Hannah Brink:
Marriage: October 22, 1765, Providence, RI

  vi.   Hannah Talbot, born August 24, 1745 in Dighton, MA; died May 01, 1836 in Dighton, MA; married Seth Talbot September 28, 1765 in Dighton, MA; born November 20, 1743; died Unknown.
  More About Seth Talbot and Hannah Talbot:
Marriage: September 28, 1765, Dighton, MA

  vii.   Sheribiah Talbot, born June 10, 1747; died Unknown.
  viii.   Jedidiah Talbot, born July 12, 1749 in Dighton, MA; died February 19, 1829 in Dighton, MA; married (1) Lydia Pool July 11, 1770 in Dighton, MA; died Unknown; married (2) Ethelannah Lockwood 1779; died Unknown.
  More About Jedidiah Talbot and Lydia Pool:
Marriage: July 11, 1770, Dighton, MA

  128 ix.   Silas Talbot, born January 11, 1750/51 in Dighton, MA; died June 30, 1813 in New York City, NY (bur. Trinity churchyard); met (1) Lydia Arnold 1768 in Warwick, RI; married (2) Anna Richmond March 01, 1772 in Providence, RI; married (3) Rebecca Morris May 10, 1787; married (4) Elizabeth Naomi Pintard May 19, 1808 in First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY.


      258. Colonel / Deacon Barzillai Richmond, born April 13, 1721 in Little Compton, RI; died January 05, 1796 in Providence, RI (Swan Point Cemetery). He was the son of 516. Honorable William Richmond and 517. Anna Gray. He married 259. Sara Knight November 24, 1743 in Providence, RI.

      259. Sara Knight, born November 21, 1718 in Providence, RI; died October 10, 1791 in Providence, RI (Swan Point Cemetery).

More About Colonel / Deacon Barzillai Richmond:
Fact 1: Served in French and Indian War
Fact 2: rank of Lieutenant Colonel

  Notes for Sara Knight:
Genealogy of the Sampson Mason fam. Part1. By Alverdo Hayward Mason. East Braintree, Ms, 1902. (V.1):138

Original lists of persons who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations. By John Camden Hotten. NewYork, 1874. (580p.):107

More About Barzillai Richmond and Sara Knight:
Marriage: November 24, 1743, Providence, RI
     
Children of Barzillai Richmond and Sara Knight are:
  129 i.   Anna Richmond, born October 01, 1750 in Providence, RI; died April 25, 1781 in Providence, RI; married Silas Talbot March 01, 1772 in Providence, RI.
  ii.   Dr. Ebenezer Richmond, died Unknown.
  More About Dr. Ebenezer Richmond:
Fact 1: 1785, moved to Leesburg, VA to set up medical practice

  iii.   William Richmond, born 1744; died October 04, 1828 in Providence, RI (Swan Point Cemetery).
  iv.   Elizabeth Richmond, died Unknown.
  v.   Mehitable Richmond, died Unknown.
  vi.   Sarah Richmond, died Unknown.


      260. Gerardus Bancker, born April 01, 1706 in Albany, NY; died February 27, 1744/45 in NYC. He was the son of 520. Evert Bancker and 521. Elisabeth Abeel. He married 261. Maria de Peyster October 31, 1731 in New York, New York.

      261. Maria de Peyster, born January 20, 1705/06; died Unknown. She was the daughter of 522. Johannes de Peyster and 523. Anna Bancker.

Notes for Gerardus Bancker:
Collections on the History of Albany, From Its Discovery to the Present Time, With Notices of its Public Institutions, and Biographical Sketches of Citizens Deceased.
Vol. IV. Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street. 1871.

BANCKER, Gerrit or Gerardus, m. Maria DePeyster in New York, Oct. 31, 1731. Ch: baptized in Albany; Anna, Sept. 3, 1732; Evert, Aug. 10, 1734; Elizabeth, May 9, 1736; Johannes, Feb. 22, 1738.


More About Gerardus Bancker and Maria de Peyster:
Marriage: October 31, 1731, New York, New York
     
Children of Gerardus Bancker and Maria de Peyster are:
  i.   Anna Bancker, born September 03, 1732 in Albany, NY; died Unknown; married Abraham Hyer June 15, 1753 in New York City, NY; died Unknown.
  More About Abraham Hyer and Anna Bancker:
Marriage: June 15, 1753, New York City, NY

  130 ii.   Evert Bancker, Jr., born August 10, 1734 in Albany, NY; died Unknown; married Ann Taylor October 20, 1772.
  iii.   Mary Bancker, born 1735; died February 06, 1822 in bur. Trinity Churchyard, NYC.
  Notes for Mary Bancker:
her parentage is unverified. Her date/birth info is from Trinity Church records and would be appropriate to this lineage.

  iv.   Elisabeth Bancker, born May 09, 1736 in Albany, NY; died Unknown.
  v.   Johannes Bancker, born February 22, 1737/38 in Albany, NY; died Unknown.
  Notes for Johannes Bancker:
Collections on the History of Albany, From Its Discovery to the Present Time, With Notices of its Public Institutions, and Biographical Sketches of Citizens Deceased.
Vol. IV. Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell, 82 State Street. 1871

BANCKER, Johannes, and Magdalena Veeder. Ch: baptized in Schenectady; Elizabeth, June 7, 1735; Gerrit, Feb. 27, 1737.

BANCKER, Johannes, and Geertruyd Jacobi, m. April 19, 1778. Ch: Henry, b. Feb. 9, 1779; Margarita, bp. Oct. 27, 1780. [See Schenectady Families.]


      262. John Taylor, died Unknown. He married 263. Ann Nicoll.

      263. Ann Nicoll200, died Unknown in Northampton, MA (buried Bridge St. cem. Northampton).

Notes for John Taylor:
From The New York Historical Society Collections, this 1901 volume features abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York, from 1780-1782.

Bibliographic Information: Abstracts of Wills Vol X 1780-1782, The New York Historical Society, 1901.
Abstracts of Wills Vol X 1780-1782

Page 43.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN TAYLOR, of New York, mariner, for the settlement of my temporal affairs. I leave to my son, Charles Nicoll Taylor, one thousand acres of land which was conveyed to me by my brother-in-law, Charles Nicoll, by Deeds of Lease and Release, February 6-7, 1775, being part of a certain large tract granted by Letters Patent, April 12, 1770, to Henry Glen and the said Charles Nicoll and ninety-two others, situate in Tryon County, on the north side of Mohawks river, and designated on a map of partition as the East half of Lot twenty-six and the West half of Lot seventy-three. I leave to my said son, Charles Nicoll Taylor, my negro man and a small feather bed that I used to carry to sea with me. I leave to my friend and brother-in-law, Charles Nicoll, my large silver tankard, which I formerly had from him. I leave to my daughter Sarah all the rest of my plate and household furniture, which I think equal in value to what I have already given to my daughter Anne, wife of Evert Bancker, Jr. I leave to my sister, Sarah Barns, 15. My executors are to sell my house, tenement and lot in John street, in which I now live, and the proceeds to my son and daughters. I make my brother-in-law, Charles Nicoll, and my brother, Willett Taylor, and my son-in-law, Evert Bancker, Jr., executors.

Dated April 21, 1777. Witnesses, Samuel Bard, Physician, Louis Foavere, Physician, Mary Creighton. Proved, May 3, 1777. Confirmed, December 4, 1780.



     
Children of John Taylor and Ann Nicoll are:
  131 i.   Ann Taylor, born January 06, 1748/49; died June 06, 1840 in Northampton, MA (buried Bridge St. cem. Northampton); married Evert Bancker, Jr. October 20, 1772.
  ii.   Charles Nicoll Taylor, died Unknown.


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