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Captain Samuel Ryerse

Phyllis Ryerse

Captain Samuel Ryerse

by Phyllis Ryerse

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Published by [s.n.] in Freehold, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ryerse, Samuel, -- 1752-1812,
  • American loyalists -- New Jersey -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Phyllis Ryerse].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE278R95 R9 1975
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54, [6] p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14272698M

    Several of the men > named specifically in the warrant were officers of the 3rd Battalion of > the New Jersey Volunteers, allotted grants of to acres-the > largest going to Captain Samuel Ryerse and Captain William Van Allan. > The instructions to the surveyor required him to lay out fifty > additional lots of acres each which. Return of Captain Thomas Welch’s Company of the Norfolk Militia, Commanded by Captain Samuel Ryerse Esquire, dated Jun in Collections of the Norfolk County Historical Society, Doc. [81] Averill Report prepared by Paul Averill c. Jan , recommending persons for settlement in Townsend Twp. Upper Canada Land Book C, p. National.

      Capt. Samuel Whittemore, a seventy-eight year old American farmer, became a legend on Ap when he was shot in the face by British soldiers, bayoneted at least six times, and clubbed in the head with the butts of their muskets.   Born in Toronto on 19 June , only son of Major Thomas Geoffrey Leith O.B.E. and Olga Renfrew Schwartz, just prior to the beginning of World War I, Phillip is a third great grandson of Captain (later Colonel) Samuel Ryerse UE, who served in the New Jersey Volunteers.

    The Appendices, which include many names and lists of names, are not indexed. From the book: "The Appendices are not indexed, but names contained in them may readily be found under their appropriate headings. Colonel Thomas Talbot's name appears so constantly throughout the book that it is unnecessary to include it in the Index". CAPTAIN SAMUEL RYERSE - Bergen County - New Jersey: H. Vernon (preface) (introduction by Phyllis Ryerse) Ryerse, Elizabeth Barrett;: Books - or: H. Vernon (preface) (introduction by Phyllis Ryerse) Ryerse.


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RYERSE (Ryerson), SAMUEL, army officer, miller, office holder, judge, and militia officer; b.  in Saddle River Township, N.J., son of Luke (Luyckes) Ryerse (Ryerson) and Johanna Van der Hoff, m. first Elizabeth Colwell, and they had four children, of whom a son and a daughter survived infancy; m. secondly 22 Jan.  Sarah Davenport, née Underhill, and they had.

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Early years. Joseph Ryerson was born in in Paterson, New Jersey; younger brother to Samuel Ryerse (Ryerson), Captain the Third Battalion of New Jersey Volunteers. He was born the seventh son and his father died early in his childhood. Revolutionary War. At the outbreak of war inRyerson entered the war on 6 Mayas a cadet.

Ryerse, Samuel () lived at Pequannock, New Jersey during colonial times then joined the New Jersey Volunteers during the American Revolution rising to the rank of Captain. Following the war, he went in the Loyalist exodus of New York City to New Brunswick then returned to New York.

They had a child in who died as an infant. He married 3) Johanna Van Der Hoff in in New Jersey. They had seven children, His two sons, Samuel Ryerse () and Joseph Ryerson () were American Loyalists and after the Revolutionary War settled in.

The Captain Samuel Ryerse book journey was completed on the last day of June, The spot selected by Captain Ryerse was the land surrounding a creek, towards which the forest-covered acres sloped gently down. This was called Ryerse Creek, and the little settlement which grew up at Captain Samuel Ryerse book mouth, Port Ryerse.

Captain Samuel Ryerse, one of the early settlers in Canada, was the descendant of an old Dutch family in New Jersey, and both his father and grandfather held judicial appointments under Kings George II and III.

When the rebellion commenced inand the British Government was anxious to raise provincial troops, they offered commissions to. Captain Samuel Ryerse was accustomed to read the church service every Sunday to his household, and to any who might wish to listen with them.

Subsequently Mr. Bostwick, who was the son of a clergyman, used to read the service and sometimes a sermon. Captain Samuel Ryerse, settled at Long Point in She describes the arrival of the family at Ryerse Creek, where after a day's rest they re-embarked, "and went fourteen miles further up the bay, to the house of a German settler who had been there two years, and had a.

His Grace, The Duke of Ankh, Commander Sir Samuel "Sam" Vimes is a fictional character in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. Vimes is depicted in the novels as somewhere between an Inspector Morse-type 'old-school' British policeman, and a film noir-esque grizzled appearances throughout the Discworld sequence show him slowly and grudgingly rising through the ranks of both police.

One of the most interesting surviving first-hand accounts of early life in Norfolk County is Amelia's Story, the Historical Memoranda of Amelia (Ryerse) Harris, daughter of pioneer settler Samuel Ryerse. First published by her cousin Dr.

Egerton Ryerson in his book Loyalists of America and Their Times, it is transcribed here complete with Egerton’s introduction. RYERSE (Ryerson), SAMUEL, army officer, miller, office holder, judge, and militia officer; b.

in Saddle River Township, N.J., son of Luke (Luyckes) Ryerse (Ryerson) and Johanna Van der Hoff, m. first Elizabeth Colwell, and they had four children, of whom a son and a daughter survived infancy; m. secondly 22 Jan. Sarah Davenport, née Underhill, and they had ten children, of whom two.

Founder of Port Ryerse, Ontario Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Ryerse, a United Empire Loyalist was commissioned in the 4th New Jersey Volunteers during the American Revolution following which he took refuge in New Brunswick. In he came to Upper Canada and received 3, acres of land in Woodhouse and Charlotteville.

Samuel Harris Ryerse was born on month dayat birth place, to Samuel Ryerse, Jr. and Sarah Ryerse Jr. Samuel was born on October 23in Of Woodhouse,Norfolk,Ont.

Sarah was born on December 28in Westchester Co. To view these publications you must have the Adobe Acrobat reader, which can be downloaded at no charge from Adobe’s website.

New Jersey in the American Revolution, A Documentary History edited by Larry R. Gerlach and published by the New Jersey Historical Commission is a compilation of primary sources relating to the American Revolution in New Jersey.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The RYERSE-RYERSON Family and History of the Brothers Samuel Ryerse - Joseph Ryerson, Early Pioneers of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada, by Phyllis Ryerse and Thomas Ryerson () SCANDINAVIAN IMMIGRANTS in New York by John O.

Evjen (Includes Anneke Jans BOGARDUS, Claes Claesen BORDING, Engeltje MANS, Hendrick Janszen SPIER, Laurens. Captain Samuel Ryerse with other associates explored down-river then petitioned for land on Little River, in Sheffield Township, Sunbury County back of the town of Maugerville.

11 Here, Samuel and Joseph received acres each, the younger brother’s being Lot 9, straddling the stream. Besides Samuel, Lieutenant Ryerson’s neighbours. The Ryerse-Ryerson family, The early generations in the Netherlands and America and the history of the brothers Samuel Ryerse-Joseph pioneers of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada [Ryerse, Phyllis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Ryerse-Ryerson family, The early generations in the Netherlands and America and the history of the brothers Samuel Reviews: 3. Captain Samuel Ryerse (later spelled Ryerson), a friend of Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe, was one of the leaders of the community.

His brother, Col. Joseph Ryerson, another Long Point Loyalist, was the father of Egerton Ryerson, who was instrumental in the establishment of the public school system in the colony (later Ontario). John Blair Capt Lieut 1st Reg’t Artillery Killed in action [died 18 Aug of wounds received at Battle of Camden SC, 16 Aug] Samuel J Cabell [Samuel Jordan Cabell Lft Colonel Sevnth Jonathan Clark “ Eighth William Croghan Major fourth James Curry Captain “ Mayo Carrington “ Sixth Colin Cocke Captain .Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Ryerse Photo by Alan L Brown - Posted August, Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, Photo from Google Street View © Google - Posted June, Plaque Location.

The County of Norfolk In Port Ryerse, at a church on King Street South between Evans and Clarence streets.The Ryerse-Ryerson family, the early generations in the Netherlands and America and the history of the brothers Samuel Ryerse-Joseph Ryerson and their descendants, early pioneers of Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada Phyllis Ryerse Read more about this title.