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Henrickus Becker (1789 - 1863)

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Henrickus (Henry) Becker
Born in Ulster, New York, United Statesmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1818 in Ulster County, New York, USAmap
Husband of — married about 1841 in Walsingham, Norfolk Co., Ontariomap
Descendants descendants
Died in Walsingham, Norfolk Co., Ontariomap
Profile last modified 1 Sep 2019 | Created 23 Feb 2013
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Biography

• ID: I5946 • Name: Henrickus (Henry) Becker • Sex: M • Birth: DEC 1789 in Ulster Co., New York • Death: 23 APR 1863 in Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario, Canada • Baptism: 30 JAN 1790 St. Pauls Luthern, West Camp, New York • Reference Number: 5946 • Note:

Henry inherited from his father 113 acres in the east half of Lot. 21 Con 1 Walsingham Twp. on the bayshore between Port Rowen and St Williams and made this his homestead. During the war of 1812 , he served in Capt. Mabee's Company of the Norfold Militia. On 15 march 1815, Henry was appointed Pound Keeper of Walsinghan Twp. Henry and his second wife jane were recorded in the 1852 census of Walsingham Twp. On 6 May 1833 , Henry bought from James R. Barnum 98.3 acres in the south half of Lot 10 Con 1 Walsingham Twp. Henry obtained a Crown Deed on 200 acres in Lot 9 Con 1 Walsingham Twpon 29 oct 1864. Henry and Jane were recorded in the 1852 census of Walsingham Twp. Mrs H. Becker was recorded on lot 21 Con 1 in the 1867 Gazetteer They sold the north 100 acres of Lot 9 to their son Solomon on 24 Sept. 1856 and the next day sold the land in Lot 10 to their son Isaac, then sold the other 100 acres in Lot 9 to their son Henry on 6 May 1863.

The Will of Henry Becker dated at Walsingham Twp. on 6 march named his wife Jane and his three eldest sons Henry, Solomon, and Isaac Becker , son Abraham, son Jonathan, son James Morrison, and Daughter Mary Kilmaster, Miriam Steinhoff, and Caroline Becker. Norfolk County Surrogate Registery 6

Baptism

30 JAN 1790
Katsbaan Reformed Church, Saugerties, Ulster County, NY

Burial

Port Royal Cemetery, Walsingham, Norfolk Co., Ontario

Occupation

Farmer

Religion

Baptist

Marriage

Marrige Record The Long Point Settlers R Mutrie 1815-02-05 Henry Becker, Walsinham, Yeoman & Rachel Smith, Charlotteville ,Spinster (LMR2).

1841/1844
Walsingham, Norfolk Co., Ontario


Research Notes

Sponsors at baptism: Hans Regtmejer and Mario Ferro, his wife
He received a crown grant of land to Lot 9 in the First Concession of Walsingham Township on October 29, 1846, totaling 200 acres. He bought 98.3 acres, roughly the southern half, of Lot 10 in the First Concession of Walsingham township from James R. Barnum on May 6, 1833. They sold the north 100 acres of Lot 9 to their son Solomon on 24 Sept. 1856 and the next day sold the land in Lot 10 to their son Isaac, then sold the other 100 acres in Lot 9 to their son Henry on 6 May 1863.
Henry inherited from his father 113 acres in the east half of Lot. 21 Con 1 Walsingham Twp. on the bayshore between Port Rowen and St Williams and made this his homestead.
During the war of 1812 , he served in Capt. Mabee's Company of the Norfold Militia.
On 15 march 1815, Henry was appointed Pound Keeper of Walsinghan Twp.
Henry and Jane were recorded in the 1852 census of Walsingham Township. Mrs H. Becker was recorded on lot 21 Con 1 in the 1867 Gazetteer.
The Will of Henry Becker dated at Walsingham Twp. on 6 march named his wife Jane and his three eldest sons Henry, Solomon, and Isaac Becker , son Abraham, son Jonathan, son James Morrison, and Daughter Mary Kilmaster, Miriam Steinhoff, and Caroline Becker. Norfolk County Surrogate Registery 6

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Acknowledgments

  • Thank you to Bennett Rockney for creating WikiTree profile Becker-1457 through the import of Rockney GEDCOM.ged on Feb 16, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Bennett and others.




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