"William and Mary (MARVIN) LEE had Thomas, who was a farmer near Hempstead. He was never married. After the death of his brother Joseph, who married Abigail PRICE, of Hempstead, and died in middle age, he reared the children and became well to do. John and Robert, sons of William, served in the Colonial wars with the French, and both died of fever soon after their return home at Hempstead. William had also six daughters, of whom no records are found.
Children of Joseph and Abigail (PRICE) LEE:
Joseph, born May 14, 1713, married Sarah WRIGHT Feb. 28, 1733, died 1760.
John, baptized at Hempstead Sept. 25, 1726, married Sarah, daughter of Capt. Peter PERRINE and wife Mary, died at Yorktown, NY, Mar. 12, 1816. Capt. Peter PERRINE was of the "Troop" Staten Island Militia, where he resided.
Thomas, baptized at Hempstead July 1, 1728, married Dinah PERRINE, daughter of Capt. Peter. She was born at Staten Island 1731, died at Littleton, NJ, 1791. Thomas was a Revolutionary soldier, died at the residence of his son Maj. William at Littleton, Jan. 7, 1804. John and Thomas removed from Hempstead to the northern part of Westchester County, NY. John’s farm was afterwards owned by Maj. PAULING, one of the captors of Maj. John ANDRE, now the property of Jacob L. STRANG, who married a LEE. Thomas removed to Littleton, Morris County, NJ, in 1764.
Abigail, daughter of Joseph, died aged 18;
Phebe, Mary, never married, died aged 64;
Ruth, married Isaac WRIGHT, died aged 84;
Sarah, married Dennis COOMBS, died aged 80;
Hannah, married MARTIN, died aged 84;
Elizabeth, married MARTINEAN, died aged 80."
J. Percy Crayon, Rockaway Records of Morris County, N. J. Families, (Rockaway, N.J., Rockaway Publishing Co., 1902)
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