Peter Pulver

Peter Wendell Pulver (abt. 1708 - 1794)

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Peter Wendell Pulver
Born about in Rengsdorf, Pfalz, Heiliges Römisches Reichmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Dutchess County, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Pine Plains, Dutchess County, New Yorkmap
Profile last modified | Created 27 Jan 2011
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Biography

Birth:
Date: ABT 1704
Note: "He made his first appearance on tax rols in the North Ward in 1732 (Dutchess Co. Tax Lists). A 1739 suit in the Court of Common Pleas at Kingston was between Peter Polver vs. Samuel Wood, with Polver winning. The will of Peter Pulver of North East was dated 10 Sep 1792 and probated 20 Oct 1794 (Dutchess Co. Will Book A).
Source: #S289
Page: Vol. II, p. 742

Peter and son Wendel purchased a 350 acre farm that was later called "Pulver's Corners" in 1772.

Burial: Old Red Church, Dutchess County, New York

Marriage

Husband: Peter Pulver
Wife: Susanna Tromm
Child: Andreas Pulver
Child: Conrad Pulver
Child: Anna Catherina Pulver
Child: Anna Margaretha Pulver
Child: Johann Wendel Pulver
Child: Christina Pulver
Child: Johann Wilhelm Pulver
Child: Elisabetha Pulver
Child: Maria Magdalena Pulver
Child: Gertraud Pulver
Child: Johannes Pulver
Marriage:
Date: BEF 1731

Sources

Source S289
Title: The Palatine Families of New York 1710
Abbreviation: Jones, Palatine Families of NY
Author: Henry Z. Jones Jr.
Publication: Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, CA, 1985

Acknowledgments

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On 3 May 2016 at 17:30 GMT Amy Krick wrote:

Thank you - this information helps my family tree.



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