Obadiah HOLMES / COLE


Husband: Obadiah HOLMES

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father: Obadiah HOLMES Rev.
Mother: Katherine HYDE
Spouses: COLE
Notes: [416]

Wife: COLE

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Obadiah HOLMES

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[416] Moved to Middletown, New Jersey

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James NUTE / Elizabeth HEARD


Husband: James NUTE

Born: [2585] at:
Married: 1675at: Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire
Died: at:
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Mother:
Spouses: Elizabeth HEARD

Wife: Elizabeth HEARD

Born: 15 Sep 1653[2485] at: Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire
Died: 11 Nov 1705at: Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire
Father: John HEARD
Mother: Elizabeth HULL
Spouses: James NUTE , William FURBER Lt

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[2585] [S7]

[2485] [S7]

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James KNAPP / Elizabeth WARREN


Husband: James KNAPP

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Married: 25 May 1660at: Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: at:
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Mother:
Spouses: Elizabeth WARREN

Wife: Elizabeth WARREN

Born: 21 Jul 1629at: , Nayland, Suffolk, England
Died: 1715at: Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Father: John WARREN
Mother: Margaret
Spouses: James KNAPP

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LIVING / (Unknown)


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Name: Anne DE DIZE
Born: at:
Married: 30 Nov 1642at: Metz, , , France
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Spouses: Daniel RUTAN

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Samuel POORE / Rebecca


Husband: Samuel POORE

Born: 1623at: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Married: at:
Died: 31 Dec 1683at: Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Father: Daniel POORE
Mother: unknown
Spouses: Rebecca
Notes: [5541]

Wife: Rebecca

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Spouses: Samuel POORE

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[5541] Took the Oath of Allegiance at Newbury in 1678 at age 55

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Thomas BASS / Sarah WOOD


Husband: Thomas BASS

Born: ABT 1635[7869] at: Roxbury, , Massachusetts
Married: 4 Oct 1660[15515] [15516] at: Medfield, , Massachusetts
Died: 1720[7870] at:
Father: Samuel BASS
Mother: Ann SAVILLE
Spouses: Sarah WOOD , Susanna BATE

Wife: Sarah WOOD

Born: 1642[7897] [7898] at:
Died: 1678[7899] at:
Father: Nicholas WOOD
Mother: Mary PIDGE
Spouses: Thomas BASS

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[15515] [S8]

[15516] [S24]

[7869] [S24]

[7870] [S8]

[7897] [S8]

[7898] [S24]

[7899] [S8]

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Benjamin SEAMAN / Martha TITUS

[15818]

Husband: Benjamin SEAMAN

Born: 1649at: Hempstead, Queens, New York
Married: ABT. 1684[15815] [15816] [15817] at:
Died: BEF. 5 NOV 1733[10268] [10269] at: Jerusalem, Hempstead Twp.,Queens,New York
Father: John SEAMAN
Mother: Elizabeth STRICKLAND
Spouses: Martha TITUS
Notes: [10272]

Wife: Martha TITUS

Born: Mar 1662[10273] at: Westbury, New York
Died: 17 Apr 1727[10274] at: Hempstead, Queens, New York
Father: Edmond TITUS
Mother: Martha WASHBOURNE
Spouses: Benjamin SEAMAN
Notes: [10275]

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Name: Hannah SEAMAN [10301]
Born: at:
Died: at:
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Name: Jane SEAMAN
Born: at:
Died: 23 Jan 1721[10303] at: Westbury, Long Island, Ny
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Name: Jacob SEAMAN [10306]
Born: at:
Died: 1766at:
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Name: James SEAMAN [10307]
Born: at:
Died: 1781at:
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Name: Solomon SEAMAN [10325]
Born: at:
Died: BEF. 7 DEC 1782at: Jerusalem, Hempstead Twp., New York
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Name: Martha SEAMAN [10305]
Born: ABT. 1686at: Hempstead, Queens, New York
Died: BEF. 28 DEC 1732[10304] at:
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth SEAMAN [10321]
Born: ABT. 1697[10320] at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Phoebe SEAMAN [10310]
Born: 1699at:
Married: at:
Died: 14 Apr 1772[10308] [10309] at:
Spouses: Jacob TOWNSEND

Name: Temperence SEAMAN [10322]
Born: 1702at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Benjamin SEAMAN [10484]
Born: 1682[10479] at: Hempstead, Queens, New York
Died: 7 Sep or Nov 1729[10480] [10481] [10482] at: Hempstead, Queens, New York
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[15818] According to Hinshaw: "Martha Titus on comm. [committee] 1700. "Both signed rem cert 1707 [removal certificate]. Benjamin and Martha (Titus) Seaman had ten children, of whom the first nine are mentioned in the Census of 1698:

[10272] Benjamin Seaman [sometimes] called "Simmons", will dated February 28, 1723 [NYGBS Record has the date transcribed as, and probated November 5, 1733; [according to Heritage Books Inc., "New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801" the date of the will is: December 28, 1732 the probate date agrees] married Martha Titus, daughter of Edmond and Martha (Washburne) Titus. Residents of Jerusalem, Long Island. Freeholder in 1665; Justice; Assessor in 1709.
"At a toune meeting held in Hempstead in Aprrell ye second daye 1685 ther was chosen as the Law Derects John Jackson Joseph Smith Benjamin Seaman to be commistioners or select ment to sit in Cort as Judicators to mend diferences under forty shillings."
"Att a General Toune Meeting held in hemsted April ye 5 day 1709-----. As the aforesaid meeting Beiaman seman sener was chosen asesor for to asist Thomas Carman in making Asesments of every free holder and sogener estat in ye bounds of hemsted for the enseuing year." [from Mary Thomas Seaman "The Seaman Family in America..." [1928] p.38]

WILL dated December 28, 1732 Proved, November 5, 1733.
"These presents Witnesseth that I, BENJAMIN SEAMAN, of Jerusalem, in the Town of Hempstead, in Queens County, yeoman, being this 28 day of December, 1732, very ancient in years, but through the mercy of God in pretty good health of body." I leave to my wife Martha, and my youngest son Solomon, the use of 1/2 of all my lands and meadows, for them to carry on their husbandry business together. I leave to my wife one end of my dwelling-house and 1/2 of my barn, "which end she shall be pleased to chuse," and the use of all household goods, and all my negroes, during her widowhood, and she is to have 1/3 of my stock of horses and cattle, and my negro girl Sarah. I leave to my grand son, Benjamin Seaman, the 30 acres of land I bought of Edward Stragg, being on the north side of the Plains at a place called Westbury, and for which I gave to his father, my son Benjamin Seaman, a deed of gift. I leave to my son Jacob "the lot of land known by the name of Birdsall's swamp lot, being at Jerusalem," and for which I gave him a deed. I leave to my son James, the lot of land I bought of my brother Samuel Seaman, lying at Jerusalem, on the west side of the street, and for which my brother, Samuel Seaman, gave him his deed. I leave to my youngest son Solomon my dwelling-house and barn, and all my lot of land lying on the east side of the way, at Jerusalem, where I dwell. Also my lot on the west side of the highway, including the Swamp Pasture. I leave to my sons Jacob and Solomon my lot of land lying at Jerusalem, which I bought of Solomon Seaman. I leave to my son James 6 acres of land lying on the east side of the Half Neck, on the north side of the highway that leads across the neck, and joining thereto. I leave to my son Solomon 1/2 of the land and right of land I have lying above the old neck fence, within my father's Patent, 6 acres of which I have given to my son James, lying above the Half Neck fence joining to the path across the neck. The other 1/2 I leave to my sons Jacob and James. I leave to my sons Jacob and Solomon all my upland and meadow lying upon the Half Neck, so called. I leave to my son James 1/2 of the meadow which I have on the neck called Seaman's Neck, and all my upland and right of upland on Seaman's Neck. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, and my grand son, Benjamin Seaman, all my meadow that I have upon the island below Seaman's Neck, and the Half Neck. Also all my piece of land on Half Neck, above the Neck fence, joining east to the line that parts Hempstead Patent and Seaman's Patent. I leave to my son Solomon, and to my son-in-law, Jacob Townsend, two of the executors named in the will of my son Benjamin Seaman, deceased, 10 acres of land that may be divided to my right in the Township of Hempstead. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, a piece of land lying at the Plain's edge, near the dwelling-house of Samuel Seaman, being 13 acres, and a small piece of 7 acres on the north side of the highway that goes to Seaman's Neck. I leave to my son Solomon, a small piece of land lying at the east end of my home lot, being 6 acres. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, 3/4 of all my remaining lands, divided and undivided. I leave to my grandson, Benjamin Seaman, 1/4 of all my right upon the Great Plains. I leave to my 3 granddaughters, Elizabeth, Martha, and Jane, the daughters of my son Benjamin, deceased, 1/4 of all my right of woodland, divided and undivided, in Hempstead. I leave to my sons Jacob and James, 14 acres of land, to be taken out of the 1/2 of my right of land on Seaman's Neck, which I have hereinbefore left to my son Solomon. I leave to my 3 daughters, Hannah Denton, Phebe Townsend, and Elizabeth Wooden, and my grand daughters, Martha Clements and her sister Jane Clements, and my grand daughter, Martha Rowland, and to my son James, all the rest of my cattle, sheep, and horses. I leave to my youngest daughter, Temperance Kirk, 10 shillings, being the remainder of her portion already received. To my son-in-law, Joseph Clement, 10 shillings. To my son-in-law, Jonathan Rowland, 10 shillings. To my daughters, Phebe Townsend and Elizabeth Wooden, each a negro girl. I leave to my wife and to my son Solomon all my cart and ploughs and tackling. To all my sons I leave my carpenter's tools. I leave to my 3 daughters, and my son James, and my granddaughters, Martha and Jane Clements and Martha Rowland, and to my son James, all moneys due me on bond and otherwise. I appoint my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, executors.

Witnesses, John Seaman, Caleb Seaman, John Handson. Proved, November 5, 1733."

NY State Historical Marker #1324 (located at Wantagh Ave. about 1/2 mile north of Jerusalem Ave., Wantagh, Nassau Co., NY) "MEETING HOUSE BUILT 1827 BY RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS FIRST MEETING IN JERUSALEM HELD AT HOME OF BENJAMIN SEAMAN, 1699"

!Benjamin Seaman [sometimes] called "Simmons", will dated February 28, 1723 [NYGBS Record has the date transcribed as, and probated November 5, 1733; [according to Heritage Books Inc., "New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801" the date of the will is: December 28, 1732 the probate date agrees] married Martha Titus, daughter of Edmond and Martha (Washburne) Titus. Residents of Jerusalem, Long Island. Freeholder in 1665; Justice; Assessor in 1709.

!"At a toune meeting held in Hempstead in Aprrell ye second daye 1685 ther was chosen as the Law Derects John Jackson Joseph Smith Benjamin Seaman to be commistioners or select ment to sit in Cort as Judicators to mend diferences under forty shillings."

!"Att a General Toune Meeting held in hemsted April ye 5 day 1709-----. As the aforesaid meeting Beiaman seman sener was chosen asesor for to asist Thomas Carman in making Asesments of every free holder and sogener estat in ye bounds of hemsted for the enseuing year." [from Mary Thomas Seaman "The Seaman Family in America..." [1928] p.38]

!WILL dated December 28, 1732 Proved, November 5, 1733.
"These presents Witnesseth that I, BENJAMIN SEAMAN, of Jerusalem, in the Town of Hempstead, in Queens County, yeoman, being this 28 day of December, 1732, very ancient in years, but through the mercy of God in pretty good health of body." I leave to my wife Martha, and my youngest son Solomon, the use of 1/2 of all my lands and meadows, for them to carry on their husbandry business together. I leave to my wife one end of my dwelling-house and 1/2 of my barn, "which end she shall be pleased to chuse," and the use of all household goods, and all my negroes, during her widowhood, and she is to have 1/3 of my stock of horses and cattle, and my negro girl Sarah. I leave to my grand son, Benjamin Seaman, the 30 acres of land I bought of Edward Stragg, being on the north side of the Plains at a place called Westbury, and for which I gave to his father, my son Benjamin Seaman, a deed of gift. I leave to my son Jacob "the lot of land known by the name of Birdsall's swamp lot, being at Jerusalem," and for which I gave him a deed. I leave to my son James, the lot of land I bought of my brother Samuel Seaman, lying at Jerusalem, on the west side of the street, and for which my brother, Samuel Seaman, gave him his deed. I leave to my youngest son Solomon my dwelling-house and barn, and all my lot of land lying on the east side of the way, at Jerusalem, where I dwell. Also my lot on the west side of the highway, including the Swamp Pasture. I leave to my sons Jacob and Solomon my lot of land lying at Jerusalem, which I bought of Solomon Seaman. I leave to my son James 6 acres of land lying on the east side of the Half Neck, on the north side of the highway that leads across the neck, and joining thereto. I leave to my son Solomon 1/2 of the land and right of land I have lying above the old neck fence, within my father's Patent, 6 acres of which I have given to my son James, lying above the Half Neck fence joining to the path across the neck. The other 1/2 I leave to my sons Jacob and James. I leave to my sons Jacob and Solomon all my upland and meadow lying upon the Half Neck, so called. I leave to my son James 1/2 of the meadow which I have on the neck called Seaman's Neck, and all my upland and right of upland on Seaman's Neck. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, and my grand son, Benjamin Seaman, all my meadow that I have upon the island below Seaman's Neck, and the Half Neck. Also all my piece of land on Half Neck, above the Neck fence, joining east to the line that parts Hempstead Patent and Seaman's Patent. I leave to my son Solomon, and to my son-in-law, Jacob Townsend, two of the executors named in the will of my son Benjamin Seaman, deceased, 10 acres of land that may be divided to my right in the Township of Hempstead. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, a piece of land lying at the Plain's edge, near the dwelling-house of Samuel Seaman, being 13 acres, and a small piece of 7 acres on the north side of the highway that goes to Seaman's Neck. I leave to my son Solomon, a small piece of land lying at the east end of my home lot, being 6 acres. I leave to my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, 3/4 of all my remaining lands, divided and undivided. I leave to my grandson, Benjamin Seaman, 1/4 of all my right upon the Great Plains. I leave to my 3 granddaughters, Elizabeth, Martha, and Jane, the daughters of my son Benjamin, deceased, 1/4 of all my right of woodland, divided and undivided, in Hempstead. I leave to my sons Jacob and James, 14 acres of land, to be taken out of the 1/2 of my right of land on Seaman's Neck, which I have hereinbefore left to my son Solomon. I leave to my 3 daughters, Hannah Denton, Phebe Townsend, and Elizabeth Wooden, and my grand daughters, Martha Clements and her sister Jane Clements, and my grand daughter, Martha Rowland, and to my son James, all the rest of my cattle, sheep, and horses. I leave to my youngest daughter, Temperance Kirk, 10 shillings, being the remainder of her portion already received. To my son-in-law, Joseph Clement, 10 shillings. To my son-in-law, Jonathan Rowland, 10 shillings. To my daughters, Phebe Townsend and Elizabeth Wooden, each a negro girl. I leave to my wife and to my son Solomon all my cart and ploughs and tackling. To all my sons I leave my carpenter's tools. I leave to my 3 daughters, and my son James, and my granddaughters, Martha and Jane Clements and Martha Rowland, and to my son James, all moneys due me on bond and otherwise. I appoint my sons, Jacob, James, and Solomon, executors.

!Witnesses, John Seaman, Caleb Seaman, John Handson. Proved, November 5, 1733."

!NY State Historical Marker #1324 (located at Wantagh Ave. about 1/2 mile north of Jerusalem Ave., Wantagh, Nassau Co., NY) "MEETING HOUSE BUILT 1827 BY RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS FIRST MEETING IN JERUSALEM HELD AT HOME OF BENJAMIN SEAMAN, 1699"










More About Benjamin Seaman:
Will: December 28, 1732, proved November 5, 1733 (Source: (1) Heritage Books Inc., New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801 (CD #9), (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), "CD-ROM," 3:127-130., (2) Sawyer, Ray Cowen, 1895- ed., "Index of wills for New York County (New York City) from 1662-1850," New York: Sawyer, 1931, 387, poved Nov. 5, 1733 Liber 12, page 101.)

More About Martha Titus:
Fact 8: December 28, 1732, mentioned in husband's will, Benjamin Seaman of Jerusalem, [now Nassau Co.], NY (Source: Heritage Books Inc., New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801 (CD #9), (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), "CD-ROM," 3:127.)

Marriage Notes for Benjamin Seaman and Martha Titus:
According to Hinshaw: "Martha Titus on comm. [committee] 1700. "Both signed rem cert 1707 [removal certificate]. Benjamin and Martha (Titus) Seaman had ten children, of whom the first nine are mentioned in the Census of 1698:

[10275] 1 _FA8
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in husband's will, Benjamin Seaman of Jerusalem, [now Nassau Co.], NY
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3 PAGE 3:127

[10301] 1 _FA5
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, Jerusalem, T of Hempstead, QueensCo
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:129
3 DATA
4 TEXT "...my daughter, Hannah Denton..."

[10306] 1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:128


Jacob Seaman was a resident of Oyster Bay, Long Island and married his cousin Mary Seaman.

[10307] 1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:128

[10325] 1 _FA3
2 DATE 28 OCT 1729
2 PLAC mentioned in brother's will, Benjamin Seaman, T. of Hempstead, Queens Co., NY
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 11:146-147
1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:127
3 DATA
4 TEXT "my youngest son, Solomon"


Referring to Samuel Townsend: "A certain Solomon Seaman, uncle to Samuel, used to say he hated to see Sam and Sarah Townsend come into meeting, they looked so tall and proud." [from: A Memorial of John, Henry, and Richard Townsend, and their Descendants, (New York: W.A. Townsend, Publisher, 1865), 98]

[10305] 1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:129
3 DATA
4 TEXT grandfather of her child, Martha, Benjamin Seaman, calls his grandaugher, Martha Rowland..." in will dated December 28, 1732

[10321] 1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead Twp., Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:129
3 DATA
4 TEXT "...my daughter... Elizabeth Wooden..."

[10310] 1 _FA5
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, Jerusalem, T of Hempstead, QueensCo
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:129
3 DATA
4 TEXT "...my daughter, Phebe Townsend..."

[10322] 1 _FA4
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman, of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:129
3 DATA
4 TEXT "...my youngest daughter, Temperance..."

[10484] 1 _FA11
2 DATE 28 DEC 1732
2 PLAC mentioned in father's will, Benjamin Seaman of Jerusalem, Hempstead, Queens Co.,
2 SOUR S004043
3 PAGE 3:128

[15815] [S164]

[15816] [S222]

[15817] [S164]

[10268] [S161]

[10269] [S161]

[10270] [S161]

[10271] [S163]

[10273] [S164]

[10274] [S165]

[10303] [S161]

[10323] [S161]

[10304] [S161]

[10320] [S164]

[10308] [S170]

[10309] [S171]

[10479] [S164]

[10480] [S164]

[10481] [S161]

[10482] [S161]

[10483] [S161]

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