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Elizabeth (Ennis) Swartwout (bef. 1735)

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Elizabeth Swartwout formerly Ennis aka Ennes
Born before in Marbletown, Ulster County, New York.map
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 4 Jun 1754 in Walpeck Church, Sussex Countymap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified 5 Jan 2019 | Created 13 Sep 2010
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Elizabeth (Ennis) Swartwout was a New Netherland Descendant 1674-1776.
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Contents

Biography

This profile is part of the Ennis Name Study.

Birth

Elisabeth Ennes was born at Marbletown, Ulster County, New York. Baptism recorded Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, NY on August 24, 1735

Marriage

Elizabeth Ennes married Thomas Swartwoudt, b. Peenpack, Orange Co., New York, on 4 JUN 1754, in the Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church, Orange Co., New York,

Chldren

  • Alexander Swartwoudt b. ABT 1762, bpt. 14 FEB 1762, Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church, Orange Co., New York.
  • Alexander Swartwoudt b. ABT 1754, bpt. 13 MAY 1764, Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church, Orange Co., New York.
  • Joseph Swartwoudt b. ABT 1766, bpt. 24 MAY 1766, Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church, Orange Co., New York.
  • Elisabeth Swarthoudt b. 14 OCT 1768, 20 NOV 1768, Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church, Orange Co., New York.
  • Marie Swartwoudt b. ABT 1775, bpt. 15 JUN 1775.

Death

Elisabeth Ennes died...

Elisabeth was baptized on August 24, 1735 by Domine Petrus Vas at Kingston, N.Y. The witnesses were William Ennes and Hendrikjen Brink.

Elizabeth and Thomas' first born son was named Alexander, born in 1762, and apparently died before he was two years old, as another son born in 1764 was also named Alexander.

Sources

  • Website: The Reformed Dutch Church, now known as the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, NY; Source of: Marriage Records (1660-1809); Baptism Records (1660-1809; Burial Records (1696-1881. The Kingston Reformed Dutch Church was the central repository for all records of marriages and baptism conducted by circuit-rider Domines throughout Ulster and Orange counties of NY; Sussex County, NJ, and parts of Pike County, PA, until local churches were built and staffed. This occurred between 1735 and 1745 depending on the area.
  • Archive.org: Hoes, Roswell Randall, editor. Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York. New York, New York: De Winne Press. 1891[1]
  • Archive.org: Vosburgh, Royden Woodward, ed; Minisink Reformed Dutch Church Records, 1716-1830 (Minisink, N.Y.); Walpack Reformed Dutch Church (Walpack, N.J. : Township); Reformed Church at Machackemack (Orange County, N.Y.) 1992 reprint by Heritage Books. [2]
  • Family genealogy list.

Acknowledgments

  • Ennis-7 was created on 13 September 2010 through the import of 124-DeCoursey.ged.
  • Ennis-98 created through the import of InitialWikiTree.GED on May 26, 2011 by Mark Swarthout.
  • Ennis-98 merged into Ennis 7


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DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elizabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Elizabeth:

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Collaboration

On 26 Jun 2018 at 23:04 GMT Julie (C) Shirk wrote:

Ennist-64 and Ennis-7 appear to represent the same person because: The parents are the same as well as the baptism dates.




Elizabeth is 19 degrees from Michael Cayley, 23 degrees from Rick Rescorla and 13 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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