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Cornelius Bresie (abt. 1718 - 1795)

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Cornelius Bresie aka Presie
Born about in Albany, Albany, New York, British Americamap
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Copake, Columbia, New York, United Statesmap
Profile manager: Mel Bresee private message [send private message]
31 March 2016
23:29: Mel Bresee proposed a merge of Brusee-2 and Bresie-1 with a comment. [Thank Mel for this]
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This person was created through the import of MASTER2011WIKITREE.GED on 27 January 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.

Contents

Birth

Birth:
Date: ABT 1721

Removed ABT from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.

Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 27 FEB 2000

Prior to import, this record was last changed 27 FEB 2000 .

Marriage

Husband: Cornelius Bresie
Wife: Anna Dorothea Schurtz
Marriage:
Source: #S289
Page: Vol. II, p. 945



Sources

Source S289
Title: The Palatine Families of New York 1710
Abbreviation: Jones, Palatine Families of NY
Author: Henry Z. Jones Jr.
Publication: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, CA, 1985




Biography

1718 birth of Cornelius Bresie Bresee in Camp Queensbury, Columbia Co., NY, married Anna Dorothea Schurts in 1740, born 5 Apr 1722 in Camp Queensbury, Columbia Co., found on rootsweb by Ronald Dugan.

NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION by James A. Roberts, Comptroller lists Albany Co. Militia, 8th Regiment (enlisted men): Cornelius Bresee along with Gabriel Bresee and Nicholas Bresee.

Sources

  • Revo Morrey aka Revo Morrey Young, compiler, The Bresee family of Livingston Manor, Columbia County, New York: Parts 1, 2 & 3 (1945), ; FHL microfilm FHL film 897238 Items 2-4, availableon on digital images.


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Collaboration

On April 1, 2016 at 03:29GMT Mel Bresee wrote:

Brusee-2 and Bresie-1 appear to represent the same person because: We should merge your Brusee-2 into my Bresie-1 do to the following sources. Contact me at: mel.bresee@gmail.com

See: Revo Morrey aka Revo Morrey Young, compiler, The Bresee family of Livingston Manor, Columbia County, New York: Parts 1, 2 & 3 (1945), ; FHL microfilm FHL film 897238 Items 2-4, availableon on digital images.

Henry Z. Jones, The Palatine families of New York : a study of the German immigrants who arrived in colonial New York in 1710, 1985 (N.p.: n.p., n.d.), page 945.

Roots Web's World Connect Project posted by Ronald Dugan (rondugan@nvcap.rr.com) shows birth year of 1718 in Camp Queensbury, Columbia, NY, death 20 Dec 1795 in Copake, Columbia Co., marriage to Anna Dorothea.

1763 Abram Decker and Engel Bresie christened Dorothea with witnesses of Cornelis Bresie and his wife Dorothea Sherz on 16 Jan 1763 at the Reformed Protestant Dutch Ch of Linlithgo, Columbia Co., NY. Also see file Linlithgo32.jpg.

1741 Cornelis Brusie and Dorothea Schets christened daughter, Engel, on 15 Aug 1741 with witnesses of Frantz and Cornalia Prusie per LAFHC film 1016564 page 29. Also see file Linlithgo32.jpg.

1720 Ancestral File at the FHC shows Cornelis born and christened in 1720 in Albany, Albany, NY with parents of Andries Bresie and Engeltje Hendrick Clauw.



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