Elias Ostrander (bef. 1748 - 1834)
before 31 Jan 1748
Kingston, Ulster, New York
26 May 1834
Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York, USA
Profile last modified
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| Ostrander Name Study, Arent Branch . 124-DeCoursey ged
His parents were
Johannes Ostrander & Elizabeth Van Bunschoten.
Elias Ostrander [p248] was christened on 31 Jan 1748 at the Dutch Church in Kingston, Ulster County, New York.
By 1769 he had married Rachel VanEtten [p248 #6934] & they had about 9 children.
Husband: Elias Ostrander
Wife: Rachel VanEtten
Child: Petrus Ostrander
Child: Elizabeth Ostrander
Child: Sarah Ostrander
Child: Catharina Ostrander
Child: Leah Ostrander
Child: Johannes Ostrander
Child: Andreas Ostrander
Child: Rebecca Ostrander
Child: Abraham Ostrander
Elias died in 1834 & was buried at Ithaca Cemetery in Ithaca, New York.
"Ostrander: A Genealogical Record 1660-1995" by Emmett & Vinton P. Ostrander for Ostrander Family Association & published in 1999 by Walsworth Publishing Company of Marceline, MO.
Concerning the Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten Family in America: A Genealogy and Brief History by William Henry Van Benschoten (West Park-On-Hudson 1907) p771.
Schoonmaker Family Books #1-9 at Kingston Library in Kingston, New York.
This person was created through the import of 124-DeCoursey.ged on 14 Sep 2010.
This person was created through the import of MASTER2011WIKITREE.GED on 27 Jan 2011.
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