Genealogy of the Doremus Family in America: Descendants of Cornelis Doremus, from Breskens and Middelburg, in Holland, who Emigrated to America about 1685-6, and Settled at Acquackanonk (now Paterson), New Jersey

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Halaman 7 - In witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 21st Day of May in the year of our Lord 1 800.
Halaman 18 - November 11,1778, an inquisition was taken against him in the Bergen county courts, "for offending against the form of his allegiance to the State of New Jersey;" judgment final was obtained against him at the March term, 1779, at Pompton; on March 26, 1779, a writ was issued, ordering the sale of his lands, and by deed Nov. 4, 1779, Hendricus Kuyper and James Board, commissioners of forfeited estates, sold to Adolphus Waldron the real estate of the fugitive Loyalist: adjoining Roelof...
Halaman 54 - After the death of his wife he made his home with his son Thomas, in New York, and died in that city.
Halaman 132 - For twelve years (i862-74) he conducted the Union Academy in that city, it being the chief educational institution of the Territory in its time. Even when nearly ninety years of age he was bright and active in body and mind, and could say that he had never been ill a single day. With his remarkable experience in this respect, it was scarcely to be wondered at that he "believed a man could resist disease, obtain power through faith to heal himself, and also impart the same to others.
Halaman 105 - Wabash, and who enjoyed during his long and prosperous career in public life, the respect and confidence of all who knew him. He was a...
Halaman 166 - ... exceptions; has attended the State, Congressional and local conventions with unfailing regularity, and has written a great deal for New Jersey and New York papers in the same behalf. His recreation is found in literature and history, particularly the history of Paterson and vicinity, and of New Jersey. He was elected a member of the New Jersey Historical Society in 1872; was Recording Secretary, 1880-90, and has been Corresponding Secretary since 1890. He is also a member of the Congrès Internationale...
Halaman 24 - Van Buskirk and Annaatje his wife. Like most ladies of her day, she was very fond of snuff, and a little red box, used by her to carry the favorite irritant, is preserved by one of her great-grandchildren, Miss Abigail Ann Shuart, at Little Falls.

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