Jury (Diederich) Dederick
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Jurey Wilhelm- William-Willem (Diederich) Dederick (1711 - 1786)

Jurey Wilhelm- William-Willem (Jury) "Jerg-Georg" Dederick formerly Diederich aka Dieterich-Dederic- Diederick
Born in West Camp, Ulster, New Yorkmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 20 May 1735 in Catskill, Greene, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died in West Camp, Ulster, New York, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Jun 2016
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Notes

Name Variations. Last Name: Last will and testament, the name is spelled as Jurey William Diederich. He signs as J. Wm. Diederich. Memorial his name is spelled as Dederic with a "k" inserted above the "c". Wife's memorial the last name is Dederick. His wife preceded him in death. Son Jacobus' memorial the last name is Deterick. His son preceded him in death. Records of the Dutch Reformed church the last name is Diederich. Son William spells the last name as Dieterick. We might never truly know the spelling of the last name; however, based on the church records and his own hand writing it is more than likely "Diederich". First Name: Jurey himself signs as "Jurey". Memorial lists Jury. Some sources use Jerg and Georg. Middle Name: There are at least three listings, William, Willem and Wilhelm. In his last will and testament he uses William.

It might be that almost any combination of Jury, Jurey, William, Dederick and Diederich is correct.

References

Family Tree - Landreth Web Site - MyHeritage


FindAGrave.Com Memorial #28654358


Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-2000, Ancestry.com


Biography

Jury appears to have been a reasonably wealthy person if you can believe the holdings he willed to his children and grandchildren. He also forgave debts of sons-in-law. At the death of his wife, her last name on the memorial is Dederick. At his death, they used Dederic with a "k" that appears to have been added, or is used to make the "C" and "K" interchangeable. On his last will and testament he signs his name as J. Wm. Dederich. Dutch Reformed Church records spell his name as Jury Willem Diederich. Except for the church records, and the way he spells his last name on his last will and testament there is nothing to truly substantiate his last name at birth. His memorial and his wife's memorial tend to make one believe that his family preferred the Dederick spelling at the time of their death. Even using Dederick as the last name at death is confusing, but it does add some consistency.

Sources

WikiTree profile Dieterich-37 created through the import of davisfamilytree-1.ged on Sep 1, 2012 by Rich Davis. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Rich and others.


Source: S-2049665188 Repository: #R-2139194211 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Page: Ancestry Family Trees Note: Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=21920874&pid=362


Repository: R-2139194211 Name: Ancestry.com Address: http://www.Ancestry.com Note:


Buried: Palentine Lutheran Cemetery West Camp Ulster New York (Palatine Lutheran Church Ground, West Camp, Ulster, NY, USA) FindAGrave.com Jury William Dederick (It appears that the "K" was added after the fact. It could also be that the "K" was added so that it matched the memorial of his wife.) Birth: Dec. 5, 1711 Ulster County New York, USA Death: Dec. 13, 1786 Ulster County New York, USA ae 75 yrs Family links: Spouse: Catharine Elizabeth Jong Dederick (1715 - 1776) (The memorial stone actually reads Catherina) Children: Annatje Dederick Cunyes (1740 - 1818) Burial: Palatine Lutheran Church Ground West Camp Ulster County New York, USA Created by: Elsie Scharpf Saar Record added: Jul 30, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 28654358


Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-2000, Ancestry.com (NOTE: This record is for the baptism of the Child and shows the name of the parents as recorded in the church records.) Name: Jury Willem Diederich Gender: Male Spouse: Catharina Jong Child: Mareitje Diederich



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Dederick-20 and Dederick-22 appear to represent the same person because: These two records represent the same individual and should be merged. Dederick-22 should be the primary record. Dederick-20 represents a different spelling of Jury Dederick's name.
posted by Bill Smolak
Dederick-22 and Dieterich-37 appear to represent the same person because: Match in birth and death dates, as well as some variants of the name.
posted by Bill Smolak
On [[Dederick-11] is that profile proposed to be the primary record.

I do not agree. I see no source for LNAB=Dederick. The LNAB should be Dieterich or Diederich as it is recorded in the church. Later on the spelling changed to Dederic (or Dederik) at he headstone.(The "k" is an alternate for the "c", so it not "ck") So I think that Dieterich-37 should be the primary record.

posted by Pierre Goolaerts
This record (Dederick-22) should be merged with Dederick-11 and Dieterich-37. The three records appear to represent the same person.

For me the preferred spelling of his name is Jury William Dederick as represented on his memorial stone, which also appears to be the name he used.

posted by Bill Smolak
This record should be merged with Dederick-11.
posted by Bill Smolak
Dieterich-37 and Dederick-11 appear to represent the same person because: Same Date of Birth, Birth Place, Parents, Spouse and more.

There is a variation in spelling of names; however, on the tombstone it is Jury William Dederic(k) and in the Dutch Reformed Church records it is Diederich, which is similar to Diterich-37. Dederick-11 Should be the primary record.

posted by Bill Smolak

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