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Daniel G. Ittig (1797 - 1836)

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Daniel G. Ittig aka Edick
Born in Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United Statesmap
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Husband of — married 11 Jan 1815 in Palatine, Montgomery, New York, United Statesmap
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Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified 3 Aug 2017 | Created 1 Aug 2017
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Born 18 Mar 1797. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States. [1]

Christening: 24 Mar 1797. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States.

Event: Birth 18 Mar 1797. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States. [2] the Stone Arabia Dutch Reformed Church. Membership Jun 1797. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States. [3]

Baptism: 24 Jun 1797. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States. [4]


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Marriage Husband Daniel G. Ittig. PREF Y. Wife Maria Hufer. PREF Y. Marriage 11 Jan 1815. Palatine, Montgomery, New York, United States. [5] Child: George Edick. Child: Jacob Edick. PREF Y. Child: Anson Edick. Child: Elizabeth Edick. Child: James Edick. Child: Hannah Marie Edick. Child: Daniel Edick.

Husband Christian Ittig. PREF Y. Wife Elizabeth Ehmiche. PREF Y. Marriage 6 Jul 1794. Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, United States. [6] Child: Margaret Edick. PREF Y. Child: Daniel G. Ittig. Child: Wilhelm "William" Edick. Child: Elisabeth Edick. Child: Christian Edick. Child: Philip Edick. Child: George Edick. Child: Marie Edick.


  1. Source: #S750
  2. Source: #S750 Certainty: 3 VERI YES
  3. Source: #S924 accessed 8 Feb 2017), Entry for Daniel Ittig; Dutch Reformed Church records from New Jersey, The archives of the Reformed Church in America. Certainty: 3 VERI YES
  4. Source: #S923 accessed 8 Feb 2017), entry for Daniel Ittig (Edick); Church of Stone Arabia Dutch Reformed. Certainty: 3 VERI YES
  5. Source: #S746
  6. Source: #S755
  • Source: S745 Media: Census Daniel G Edick household, 1830 US Census, Herkimer County, NY Publication: Town of Columbia, line 18 Daniel G Edick, 2 males under 5, 2 males 5 to 9, 1 male 10 to 14, 1 male20 to 29, 1 female 10 to 14, 1 female 30 to 39 Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S750 Media: Electronic Databases New York, Births and Christenings, 1640-1962, Daniel Ittig birth Publication: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C51093-1, System Origin: New York ODM,GS film number: 533497 Name: Daniel Ittig Gender: Male Christening Date: 24 Mar 1797 Christening Place: Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia, Palatine,Montgomery, New York Birth Date: 18 Mar 1797 Father's Name: Christian Ittig Mother's Name: Elisabeth Ehmiche Repository: #R130 Paranthetical: Y
  • Repository: R130 Utah State: Utah Map: Latitude: N39.3237419444444 Longitude: W111.678237777778
  • Source: S752 Media: Book Matrilineal Descendants of Catherine Allison Ansley, page 5 & 6 24 Elizabeth Empie was born about 1775 and she died in 1847.(a) Shemarried (1) 6 July 1794 Chrisitan Edick (b); (2) 9 January 1815 JohnJacob Snell, widower of her sister Mary (Empie) Snell.(c) ChristianEdick was born 22 September 1776 and died 16 April 1814, buried in theGross Cemetery, two miles from Johnstown.(d) He was the son ofChristian and Margretha (Weaver) Edick.(e) They lived in Johnstown, NY. Chrisitan Ittig's will is dated 6 March 1813 and was probated 12 August1814. He was of Johnstown, New York. (f) Children of Christian and Elizabeth (Empie) Edick 53 I. Margaret, b. 30 June 1795, Stone Arabia (g) ; may have m. 9 July1816 Johann Warmuth (h) 54 ii Daniel, b 18 Mar 1797, Stone Arabia; m. 26 Dec 1814 or 1 Jan 1815Maria Hufer. (i) 55 iii Wilhelm, b 24 Mar 1799 Caughnawaga, NY 56 iv Elizabeth, b 22 Sept 1800 Caughnawage NY 57 v Christian, b 27 Jun 1802 Caughnawaga NY; m Catherine Frederick, b18 May 1807, d 9 Mar 1889, buried Evergreen Cemetery. Fonda, NY, dau.William and Christine (Smith) Frederick (j) 58 vi Philip, b 31 Aug 1804 Caughnawaga, NY; not named in father's will 59 vii George, b 25 July 1806, Ft. Plain, NY; not named in father's will 60 viii Marie, b 22 Apr 1808 Caughnawaga, NY References: (a) Empie: 97-98 states that she died 1 Jan 1845 (b) Penrose, Maryly B., C.G., Compendium of Early Mohawk ValleyFamilies, 1990, Baltimore, MD, Vol. I: 407, hereafter Compendium (c) Becker, Edith, Snell History, 1962, p. 8, hereafter Becker Snell. (d) Edick ms., NYG&B Society, manuscript collection, also gives names anddates of his children, hereafter Edick ms. (e) Philpot, Mary Mann and Conrad, Mildred Kast, The Palatine Edicks andRelated Families, 1990, Shawnee Mision, KS, p. 17, hereafter PhilpotEdick. (f) Compendium, I:409. He named his wife Elizabeth; sons Daniel, Williamand Christian; daughters Margaret, mary and Elizabeth. The executorswere George and William Frederick and the witnesses were John Kessler,John D. Putnam and Daniel Walker. (g) Edick ms. (h) Records of the Lutheran Trinity Church of Stone Arabia int the Townof Palatine, Montgomery County, NY, transcribed by NYG&B Society, Vol, 1,part 2, p. 302, found Fonda, NY (I) Ibid, and Kelly, Marriage Records of Two Early Stone Arabia, New YorkChurches, Stone Arabia Lutheran Church, p 34 #1154 (j) Philpot, Edick, p. 70 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S753 Media: Book Early Families of Herkimer County, New York, Christian Edick 1766 William V. H. Barker Publication: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1986 2519: Christian Edick - born 22 Sep 1766; died Palatine NY 16 Apr 1814age 48-7-; m 6 Jul 1794 Elisabeth Empie. His widow Elisabeth m2 1815John Snell a widower. Ps. lived at Fonda NY after 1800 as children werebp there from 1800 to 1808. he had three sons and three daughters stillliving at time of his death. 2554: Margaret b SAL 30 Jun 1795 (sp. Fred Getman, Maria Empie) 2555: Daniel b 18 Mar 1797 (sp Philip Empie & w. Elis.) 2556: Wilhelm b 24 Mary 1799 (sp. Wm Frederick, Cath. Empie) 2557: Elisabeth b 22 Sep 1800 (FR sp Christine Tany & Gert.) 2558: Christian 1802-1882 m Catherine Frederick 2559: Philip b 31 Aug 1804 (FR sp Philip Philips, Elis. Casler) 2560: George b Fonda NY 25 Jul 1806 (sp Geo. Frederick, Cat Gage) 2561: Marie b 22 Apr 1808 (sp Isaac Seaver & Christina) Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S923 "U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989," database Name: Daniel Ittig Event Type: Baptism Birth Date: 18 mar 1797 Baptism Date: 24 Jun 1797 Baptism Place: Stone Arabia, New York, USA Church: Stone Arabia Church Father: Christian Ittig Mother: Elizabeth Ehmiche Godfather: Philip Ehmiche Godmother: Elizabeth Ehmiche Repository: #R16 File Format: jpg Daniel Ittig Baptism 1797 Scrapbook: Y PHOTO Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Repository: R16 360 West 4800 North Provo, UT 84604 USA SORT Provo State: UT 84604 USA Map: Latitude: N40.2979583333333 Longitude: W111.665481388889 Web Address:
  • Source: S924 "U.S., Selected States Dutch Reformed Church Membership Records, 1701-1995," database Name: Daniel Ittig Relationship: Child Age: 0 Birth Date: 18 Mar 1797 Membership Date: 1797 Membership Place: Stone Arabia, New York, USA Church: Stone Arabia Church Household Members: Christian Ittig Head Elisabeth Ittig Wife Daniel Ittig child Repository: #R16 File Format: jpg Daniel Ittig's Membership 1797 Scrapbook: Y PHOTO Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y

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