Nancy Ann Miller, wife of Joseph Clapp

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Linda Herman has done most of the work below in an effort to support the conclusion that Nancy Ann Millar [Miller], c1765- 1836, who married Joseph Clapp, is the daughter of Garret Miller, 1729-77, and Patience Griswold, 1738-c1807, of Orange Co., NY. This conclusion has been suggested by others and in 2000, Janet Kellough informed me of her similar reasoning. Linda has made an extensve study of this Miller family and it is her work that is being shared.

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Use these links to jump up and down this lengthy web page.
  1. Nancy Ann Millar, the daughter of Garret Miller and Patience Griswold.
  2. Joshua Miller confused with Nathan Miller, child of Garret Miller.
  3. Nancy Ann Miller wife of John Carpenter
  4. Mary Catherine Miller, wife of William Garrison
  5. Genealogical Report on Garret and Patience Miller [Orange Co., NY]
    1. The twelve children named
    2. More on these eight Miller children: 
      1. Elizabeth who m. (1) Philip Roblin, (2) John Canniff [Upper Canada]
      2. Sarah m. John Burgis [Ohio]
      3. Samuel m. Mary Canniff [Upper Canada]
      4. Garrett m. Mary Smith [NY and PA]
      5. Mary Catherine m.William Garrison [Upper Canada]
      6. Nancy Ann m. Joseph Clapp [Upper Canada]
      7. Nathan m. Rachel Smith [NY]
      8. Hampton m. 3 times [Upper Canada then returned to NY]
  6. Endnotes
  7. Janet Kellough thoughts on the subject
  8. Note for further study

1. NANCY ANN MILLER, the daughter of GARRET MILLER & PATIENCE GRISWOLD
My latest project is Nancy Ann Millar Clapp w/o Joseph Clapp. There are those of us who think that Nancy Ann is the sister of Elizabeth Miller, who married Philip Roblin, though there is no definitive proof.

 
The key piece of evidence states that Joseph Clapp is the brother in law of Elizabeth Roblin, widow of Philip Roblin. This means that Nancy Ann Clapp and Elizabeth Roblin are sisters. The statement comes from the 1862 book below. It is repeated in an article titled, Hay Bay Church First Canadian Methodist Church from The Napanee Beaver, Nov 8, 1901.

[1791] "Two miles west of Paul Huff's where the meetings on the Hay Bay were held, lived a widow with her four sons and four daughters. Philip Roblin, her husband died in 1788"
[1792] "Elizabeth Roblin is the widow already mentioned."
"Joseph Clapp was the brother-in-law of widow Roblin and lived in the fourth town."
Source: The History of Methodism in CanadaGeorge Playter, Toronto, 1862, pages 24, 31, 32

On my side of this argument I have the following:

  1. The above record stating that Joseph Clapp is the brother-in-law of Elizabeth [Miller] Roblin.
  2. Elizabeth Roblin emigrated to Upper Canada with three of her siblings.
  3. Joseph Clapp and Hampton Miller, shared a crown patent in Richmond in 1805 ... Hampton Miller is the brother of Elizabeth Miller and Nancy Ann Clapp and thus also a brother in law to Joseph Clapp.
  4. Joseph Clapp and Nancy Ann name a daughter Patience - after her mother; a son Samuel - after her brother, who also came to Canada; Philip after Philip Roblin, brother-in-law.
  5. The Miller siblings give the following names to some of their children.
    • Elizabeth Roblin [later marries John Canniff] names daughters Mary and Nancy Ann
    • Sarah names daughters Nancy and Katie
    • Samuel Miller m. Mary Canniff, names daughters Nancy and Catherine
    • Catherine Garrison names a daughter Nancy
    • Nancy Ann Clapp names a daughter Catherine
    • Hampton Miller names a daughter Katherine

I have noticed something else, it is said that Nancy Ann Miller came to Canada with Elizabeth and Philip Roblin ... so I am trying to find a copy of the manifest of the Hope with the 1783 sailing to see if there is a Nancy Ann Miller on the manifest and if by chance there are any other Millers on the manifest. A search of the Haldimand Papers has not found a Miller listed on the ships or at Sorel, Quebec in 1783. A list of those victualed on the Hope does not name anyone of the Miller or Roblin.
Source: Voyage of a Different Kind, An account of refugees victualed on Board the Hope, p. 119, No Clapp named, PRO WO 60 Vol 23 Part II.

Patent fees were paid by a J Clapp & H? Miller in Richmond Township. Others records will be checked to clarify this record.
Source: Upper Canada Sundries, RG5 A1, LAC, Schedule of Deeds ... patent fees have been paid ... between 1 July 1811 and 31 Dec 1815 inclusive, 200 acres, Richmond Tp., £3/5/2, Vol 25, 11385, see image 110 at Heritage Canadiana.

Looking at Garret Miller’s will dated 1777 [he died of smallpox according to Peter Johnson], he lists his children; Joshua, Mary, Elizabeth, Garrett, Nathan, Sarah, Samuel, Anne, Hampton, and Jeremiah .... and usually in the will the children are listed in order of age or boys first in order of age and then girls in order of age. It looks like Mary is the oldest daughter therefore born before 1754 the date of Elizabeth's birth which would make Mary Miller w/o Peter Miller who is born 1762 too young to be our Mary. And it is only because Ann Carpenter and Mary Miller w/o Peter Miller are sisters that people have placed them in the family of Garret Miller....which was a Miller family with daughters Ann and Mary.
Source: Garrit Miller, of Smith's Clove, Precinct of Cornwall, Orange Co., NY, dated 5 October 1777; probated at Petersfield, Bergen County, NJ, 13 June 1778.

Both Absolam and Phoebe, also children of Garret Miller and Patience Griswold, were dead by 1777 and not mentioned in Garret's will. That leaves only Mary and Jeremiah unaccounted for. It is interesting to note that there are two boys under 16 living with George Fowler and Patience in 1790 ... one may be Jeremiah but it looks like George and Patience had at least one son if not two. She was only 39 at the time of Garrett's death so I guess that makes sense. Can't find any sons for them though.

Janet Kellough has commented on the marriage of Joseph Clapp and Nancy Millar probably being in Upper Canada. Janet wrote that "the story on Nancy Miller is that she came to Canada with the Roblin Family (four different branches), who were all from either New Jersey or Orange County, N.Y. so the two were unlikely ever to have met beforehand. (Again repeated widely). George Playter's "History of Methodism" definitely says that Joseph Clapp was a brother-in-law of "the Widow Roblin", who is Elizabeth Miller who married Philip Roblin. In the early years of settlement, the only clergyman who was legally able to marry anyone was the Rev. John Langhorn at Kingston, and I can find records of Benjamin Clapp marrying, but not Joseph Clapp. The only wrinkle in this is that the British did accept a Quaker marriage rite, but Nancy Miller was not a Quaker and more to the point, the Adolphustown Meeting was not sanctioned until 1798. I suppose it's worthwhile checking to see if there is a marriage license in Dutchess County, but if there is, then Nancy can't be the daughter of Garrett Miller." [email, March 2000]

Lastly, in Oct 2015, Linda Smith discovered the record below stating that Joseph Clapp died on 30 Nov 1812. His wife, Nancy Miller, is named Nancy Short. It is most likely that she remarried. The children named are known sons of Joseph Clapp and Nancy Miller from other records.

The war pension board report reads as follows:
Board appointed ... to examine into and report the claims of such widows and children, in the Midland District, whose husbands and fathers may have died of Disease contracted on Service
23 April 1817, Kingston
5. Nancy Short, heretofore widow of Joseph Clapp, private Militia Man of Prince Edward Militia, who died 30th Nov 1812, of disease contracted while on duty as a militia man at Kingston; certified by Captain Owen Richards of the same battalion: Prays to be admitted on the pension list as guardian to her children James Clapp, George Clapp, Samuel Clapp, and Joseph Clapp, all under sixteen years of age. ... Approved Francis Gore
Source: Upper Canada Sundries, RG5 A1, LAC, Apr-June 1817, Vol 32, 15045, see image 999 at Heritage Canadiana for the start of the Board minutes. The Clapp info is on image 1000.

2. JOSHUA MILLER confused with NATHAN MILLER, child of Garret Miller
I have also recently found what happened to Joshua Miller, about whom little was known. Many people had Joshua confused with Nathan Miller and had him married to Rachel Smith and murdered in 1779 however Joshua is actually married to Jerusha Smith, who is a d/o Austin Smith and a cousin to Rachel Smith who is d/o Francis Smith. The following proves this and tells us that Joshua too was dead by 1781.....and I wonder if he wasn't murdered by the Claudius Smith gang as was his brother Nathan.

Jerusha Miller, widow of Joshua Miller, to Gen Sir Henry Clinton.
1781, Feb 9. New York - Is urged by necessity to make her case known. Is daughter of Austin Smith, Justice of Orange County. Her application to Lt Gen. Robertson resulting in an order for one ration for one week and only serving to enhance her misfortunes, she presumes upon his Excellency's benevolence. Copy
Source: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Report on American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain. Volume II (1906), Page 245, Vol 29, No. 163, 2 pages

It appears that there were no children of this marriage and that Jerusha remarried about 1785 to John Mott. They lived in Patchoque, Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., New York where she died in 1808.

Nathan Miller married Rachel Smith Feb 26, 1778 in a triple marriage (his sister Sarah married John Burgis and Rachel's sister Elizabeth Smith married John Wegant the same day in the same church) in the Presbyterian Church in New Windsor, Orange County, New York. Nathan was murdered 1779 by the Claudius Smith Gang.
"On Saturday night, the 6th instant, were taken at the house of Nathan Miller, in Smith's Clove, James Smith (son of Claudius Smith, a notorius offender, who was executed at Goshen the 22d ult.) [January 22, 1779] and one Benson of Long Island. These villains, in conjunction with Claudius, had committed many daring robberies. They are now safely lodged in jail."


Nathan Miller was found murdered on the road from Smith's Clove to Monroe about this same time (from family history documents), he was about 22 years old. He was a Corp. under Capt. Francis Smith and helped save Capt Smith's life during the battle of Fort Montgomery. Nathan went on to marry Capt. Smith's daughter Rachel on February 26, 1778 (see records of the New Windsor Presby. church). Rachel Smith Miller gave birth to a daughter, Julia Miller, sometime between December 1778 and Oct. 1779. In 1781 she married James Rumsey (a Loyalist) and they would move to Canada but return to New York in 1786.
Source: Newspaper Extracts, Vol. III, New Jersey Archives, Chatham, Feb. 16. 1779.

There is a "manuscript", "Information from J. S. Mapes of Syracuse Nebraska, dated February 17,1894"
pages 2-5 of this manuscript are missing.
Page one: "The records in the co clk's office of Goshen show that he (Claudius Smith) was charged only with robbery and that he was sentenced to be executed for robbery, but it is believed that he killed Major Strong and private Joshua Miller of the Revolutionary army, and many other murders are charged to him."
then page six says he (Joshua Miller *** NOTE- this is an error, it should be Nathan) discovered Claudius and several known to belong to the gang approaching his house. He fled to the rocks. His widow afterwards stated that the hiding place had been selected a few days before and that he passed his nights there. She brought him breakfast and was followed by the gang. On the way home, she heard shots and returned to find her husband dead. This manuscript says Joshua (Nathan) was killed in 1779.  Claudius was hanged on Jan 13, 1779, so if he killed Joshua "it was by proxy".


3. NANCY ANN MILLER wife of JOHN CARPENTER
There are others that think Nancy Ann Carpenter w/o John Carpenter (they went to Virginia) is the d/o Garret Miller and Patience Griswold. They have no proof either but base their beliefs on the fact that Nancy Carpenter has a sister Mary Miller who married Peter Miller and they believe she is Garrett's daughter Mary (no proof there either). Unfortunately there is nothing to indicate what happened to Mary. They go to Virginia which does not make sense for this family and none of the names of their children are similar to those of the Garret Miller children.

The pension application for Peter Miller says the only sibling of this Mary Miller (and yes Mary Miller married Peter Miller who was a son of Henry Miller, who is the brother of Garret Miller) still living is Ann Miller/Carpenter ... but Garret's son Hampton does not die until 1857... this is another small point that supports the premise that Mary Miller w/o Peter Miller is not Garret's daughter as has always been believed. Here is a transcription of the affidavit.

Virginia Marion County
February the 25th 1845
The following affadavit was taken by the undersigned a Justice of the Peace in the aforesaid county of Marion.
Ann Carpenter of said County being sworn upon interogations, sayeth that she is in her seventy sixth year that she was raised in the state of New York that she has lived in virginia upwards of forty years that she is the only sister or brother of Mary Miller that is now living that Mary Miller was the wife of Peter Miller late of Monongahela County. That she was present at the marriage of Peter Miller and her sister Mary at the town of Goshen in the state of New York that she knew that Peter Miller was a soldier in the revolution & understood & has a right to believe he drew a pension. That the said Peter Miller and her sister mary intermarried about sixty years since. That Mary Miller now lives in Marion county Virginia (a new county taken off of Monongahela & Hereson [Harrison]) on the farm where her husband Peter Miller died some years since.
Her
Ann X mark Carpenter
Source: Peter Miller, Service No. 7546, NJ, spouse Mary Miller, Rev War Pesions, from Findmypast

4. MARY CATHERINE MILLER, wife of WILLIAM GARRISON
We now have the will of George Fowler which shows us one of Garret's daughters married a Garrison....as George Fowler leaves a bequest to "Hampton son of my deceased wife Patience and to Garret Garrison grandson of my said wife."
Source: New York Probate Records, 1629-1971, Orange Co., Wills 1807-15, Vol D-E, p. 349, on line at FamilySearch, image 189

Garret had 5 daughters:
1. Elizabeth married Philip Roblin
2. Sarah married John Burgis  (we have her marriage Feb 26, 1778...New Windsor Presbyterian Church Records)
3. Phoebe is dead before 1777....she is not in the will of Garret Miller in 1777
4. Nancy Ann Miller married Joseph Clapp

This leaves only daughter Mary.

Garret Garrison is the son of William Garrison. We have a marriage for William Garrison and Katherine Miller Feb 5, 1784 in Cornwall, Orange Co., N.Y. recorded in the Journal of Silas Constant, pg 18.

Again looking at naming patterns in the family of Garret Miller we find:
Sarah names daughters Katie, Patience, Nancy, Betsy and sons Nathan and Hampton,
Samuel names daughters Catherine, Nancy Ann, Patience, Elizabeth, Phoebe,
Nancy Ann names daughters Catherine, Sarah, Patience and sons Philip, George, Samuel,
Hampton names daughters Katherine and Sarah.

Elizabeth and Garret Jr are not as helpful, they name daughters Mary ... did she go by Mary at one point and Catherine at the time of her marriage ... who knows. We do know that it is not unusual for people to change the name that they are called ... we have seen it often.

Catherine Miller and William Garrison name children Garret, after her father; Nancy after her sister. We see that the name Catherine arises with consistency.

It has been accepted that Mary d/o Garret Miller was the Mary Miller who married Peter Miller. But looking at this we find an affadavit of Nancy Ann Carpenter (wife of John Carpenter) in the pension application of Peter that says she was at the marriage of Mary and Peter and that she is the sister of Mary. We know this Nancy Ann is not the daughter of Garret.....it also states in the pension that Nancy Ann is the only living sibling of Mary (in 1845) but Hampton does not die until 1857. Both of these facts are in conflict with this Mary being Garret's daughter. Peter and Mary were married in Goshen May 5, 1785. The location of the marriage plus the fact that Nancy Ann and Mary were sisters, and that Garret had daughters Ann and Mary are the facts that were used to place Mary in Garret's family. We must remember that there were at least 4 Miller families in the area. We know the particulars of Garret's family and that of Henry Miller, his brother and Peter's father. We know nothing of John Miller's family, and of William Miller we know only that he was a deacon in the church and that he had at least 4 children, with Elizabeth being the only name of these children that we know. So the fact that Mary and Nancy Ann Miller came from Orange County does not put them automatically into Garret's family. Dennis Miller is the authority on the Miller family and it was he who placed Mary Miller w/o Peter Miller as the daughter of Garret but at the time he did this he did not have the information we now have re Nancy Ann and "Catherine" wife of William Garrison.

I think we can safely conclude that "Catherine" who married William Garrison is Mary Catherine d/o Garret Miller.

Lastly, there are some researchers who have suggested that Nancy Ann Clapp married a second time to John Carpenter. Joseph Clapp does not die until 1813. Ann and John Carpenter have their first son John in 1786. In addition we have the headstone for Nancy Ann Clapp who died July 14, 1836 in Milford, Prince Edward Co., Ontario. It says Nancy wife of Joseph Clapp. A second marriage doesn't work.

Some have solved the problem of Nancy Ann and Joseph Clapp by marrying Nancy off a second time to John Carpenter in support of the marriage of Mary Miller and Peter Miller knowing that Nancy Ann Carpenter is a sister of this Mary. This does not fit the facts.

Note: I find a Danile Miller b. before 1740 of Smith's Cove, Orange Co, NY. Listed among his 14 children are daughters Nancy and Mary ... no one seems to know what became of them.
Source: Menges and Mangus family



5. Descendants of Gerhardt "Garrett" Miller & Patience Griswold
Generation No. 1

1.  GERHARDT "GARRETT"2 MILLER  (JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)1 was born Bef. 25 May 1729 in Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey, and died 06 Oct 1777 in Provost Prison, New York.  He married (1) ELIZABETH SWITZER2.    He married (2) PATIENCE GRISWOLD3 1750 in probably Bergen County, New Jersey.  She was born 1738, and died Bef. 1807.

More About GERHARDT "GARRETT" MILLER:
Baptism: 25 May 1729, Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey
Burial: Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York
Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Garrett died of smallpox.

NOTE: An alternative birth is 1731 in Connecticut.
Probate: 13 Jun 1778
Property: Owner of Miller's Mill in Albany County.
Residence: 1768, 150 acres in the Cove, York....fathers will.
Will 1: 05 Oct 1777, Mentions children: Joshua, Mary, Elizabeth, Garret, Nathan, Sarah, Samuel, Ann Hampton and Jeremiah
Will 2: Garret's will was probated at Petersfield, Bergen County, N.J. with John Fell as  witness. John Fell was Josseph Wessel's neighbour.

The Twelve children of GERHARDT MILLER and PATIENCE GRISWOLD are:
                i.              JOSHUA3 MILLER4, b. 1751, Bergen Co., New Jersey; d. Bef. 09 Feb 1781, Orange Co., New York5; m. JERUSHA SMITH6, Bef. 1781, Smith's Clove, Orange Co., New York; b. Orange Co., New York; d. 1808, Patchoque, Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., New York.
More About J
OSHUA MILLER:
NOTE: Joshua was said to be in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1785 and still in Canada in 1790.

More About JERUSHA SMITH:
Burial: Waverly Street Cemetery, Patchoque, Suffolk Co., N.Y.
NOTE: I also find a marriage for Jerusha Smith d/o Austin Smith to a John Mott in 1785...death given as 1808; no d/o birth.

2.             ii.             ELIZABETH ESTHER MILLER, b. 10 Aug 1754, Bergen Co., New Jersey; d. 06 Jun 1815, Prince Edward Co, Ontario.
3.             iii.            S
ARAH "SALLE" MILLER, b. Dec 1755, Probably New Jersey; d. 19 Feb 1837, Mingo , Champaign Co., Ohio.
4.             iv.            S
AMUEL MILLER, b. 14 Nov 1757, Morris Co, New Jersey; d. Abt. 1840, Fredericksburg, Lennox Co., Ontario.
5.             v.             G
ARRETT MILLER, b. 1758, Morristown, New Jersey; d. 02 May 1824, Millerton, Tioga, Co., PA.
               vi.            A
BSOLAM MILLER7, b. Bef. 1765; d. Bef. 05 Oct 17778.

More About ABSOLAM MILLER:
Question: Could Absolam and Samuel be the same person...all Garret's children were bapt Jan 1765 except the oldest son, Joshua...Samuel has a dob of Nov 14, 1757 but he does not appear on the bapt list....nothing more is ever found re Absolam.

6.             vii.           MARY CATHERINE MILLER, b. Bef. 1765, Morristown, Bergen County, New Jersey.
               viii.          P
HOEBE MILLER9, b. Bef. 1765; d. Bef. 177710.
7.             ix.            N
ANCY ANN MILLER, b. Aft. 1765, New Jersey; d. 14 Jul 1836, Milford, .E. Co., Ont.
8.             x.             N
ATHAN MILLER, b. Aft. 1765, Probably New Jersey; d. 1779, Smith's Clove, Orange Co., New York.
9.             xi.            H
AMPTON MILLER, b. 13 Nov 1769, Orange County, New York; d. 21 Dec 1857, Reading Center, Schuyler, New York.
                xii.           J
EREMIAH MILLER11, b. 1771, Orange Co., New York; d. Bef. 1809.

Generation No. 2
2.  ELIZABETH ESTHER3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)12,13,14,15,16 was born 10 Aug 1754 in Bergen Co., New Jersey, and died 06 Jun 1815 in Prince Edward Co, Ontario.  She married (1) PHILLIP ROBLIN*17,18,19,20,21 1769 in Orange County, New York22, son of OWEN ROBLIN* and REBECCA.  He was born Bet. 1746 - 175023,24,25, and died 1788 in Adolphustown,  Lennox & Addington Co., Ont26,27,28.  She married (2) JOHN CANNIFF29 Abt. 179330.  He was born 23 Jan 1757 in Bedford, Westchester Co., N.Y.31, and died 22 Feb 184331.

More About ELIZABETH ESTHER MILLER:
Date born 2: 10 Aug 1754, Smith's Clove, Orange Co. New York32,33,34,35,36
Died 2: 06 Jun 1815, Cannifton, Thurlow Twp, Ont.37
Baptism: 04 Jan 1765, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey.
Burial: Belleville Cemetery - Section H

NOTE: It is very likely that Elizabeth and Philip were married in the Presbyterian Church of New Winsdor as were her brothers Nathan and Garret and her sister Sarah but the church records go back only as far as 1774...Elizabeth was married about 1769.

More About PHILLIP ROBLIN*:
Church 1: Philip Robblen is found in the index of members for the Old School Baptist Church of Warwick, Orange Co in 1774; in 1775 Philip and Elizabeth Robblen are found.
Church 2: 1775, Robblen, Philip, Elizabeth admitted to Old School Baptist Church, Warwick, Orange Co., NY
Immigrated: 1783 - Ships passenger manifest lists Philip as having a wife, 3 children over 10 and 2 children under ten with him. Who are the three children over ten??
Immigration 1: 16 Jun 1784, Came from Orange County, N.Y. Landed in  Adolphustown June 1, 1784, spending the winter of 1783 in Sorrel, Quebec.
Immigration 2: 1783, Was in Sorrel, Quebec that fall.

NOTE: Have seen Philip's birth listed as being in Beekman, Dutchess Co. N.Y. but never able to find any source.

Order in Council: Bet. 1794 - 1797
Property: 04 Feb 1788, Made a claim with the British Government for property confiscated in Smith's Clove, Orange Co., N.Y. (Report of the Bureau of Archives of Ontario, 1904, Vol 2, pg 1103)
Residence: Adolphustown, Lennox & Addington Co., Ont.

More About JOHN CANNIFF:
Date born 2: 23 Jan 1757
Died 2: 1843
Residence: Thurlow, Ont.

                Children of ELIZABETH MILLER and PHILLIP ROBLIN* are:

                i.              JOHN PALEN (REV.)4 ROBLIN*38,39, b. 02 May 1770, Smith's Clove, Orange Co. New York40,41,42; d. 28 Feb 1813, Adolphustown,  Lennox & Addington Co., Ont43,44; m. MARY ELIZABETH MOORE45,46,47,48, 179149; b. Abt. 1775; d. 1832, Adolphustown,  Lennox & Addington Co., Ont50,51.

More About JOHN PALEN (REV.) ROBLIN*:
Burial: Mar 1813, Hay Bay church Cemetery, Adolphustown, Ont.51
Elected/Appointed: First Warden of  Prince Edward County - The Settlement of Prince Edward County - pg 27
Order in Council: 07 May 1828, John P. of Sophiasburg
Property: 05 Jan 1811, Received patent for west half of lot 26 in Adolphustown
Residence: Sophiasburg P.E. Co, Ont.
Will: 20 Feb 1813, Mentions children: William, Philip, John, David, Nancy, Maria, Matilda, Jennet, and Fanny...also wife Mary and father-in-law William Moore of Adolphustown.

 More About MARY ELIZABETH MOORE:
Burial: 1832, Adolphustown United Church Cemetery, Adolphustown,  Lennox & Addington Co., Ont51

                ii.             PHILIP ROBLIN*52,53,54,55, b. 15 Dec 1772, Smith's Clove, Orange Co. New York56,57,58,59; d. 17 May 1848, Sophiasburg P.E. Co, Ont.60,61,62,63; m. PRUDENCE PLATT64,65,66, 13 Jan 1793, Sophiasburg, Ontario67; b. 05 Jan 1771, New York, U.S.68,69,70; d. 24 Aug 1850, Sophiasburg, Ontario71,72,73.

 More About PHILIP ROBLIN*:
Burial: Roblin Mills Cemetery, Sophiasburgh Twp, P.E. Co., Ont.
Order in Council: 31 Jul 1797
Residence: Sophiasburgh, P.E. Co., Ont.

More About PRUDENCE PLATT:
Date born 2: 06 Jan 1771
Burial: Roblin Mills Cemetery, Sophiasburgh Twp, P.E. Co., Ont.

                iii.            OWEN PHILLIP ROBLIN*74,75,76,77,78, b. 01 Dec 1774, Smith's Clove, Orange Co. New York79,80,81,82; d. 16 Feb 1845, Ameliasburgh, P.E. Co., Ont83,84; m. MARY J. DULMAGE85,86,87,88, 31 Jul 179789,90; b. 19 Jul 1781, Oswegatchie, St Lawrence, New York91; d. 13 Sep 1868, Ameliasburg, Ontario91,92,93.

More About OWEN PHILLIP ROBLIN*:
Burial: Feb 1845, Albury Cemetery, P.E. Co.
Elected/Appointed: 1842, Prince Edward Council - member for Ameliaburg - The Settlement of Prince Edward County -pg 27
Order in Council: 18 Jan 1834, Owen of Ameliasburg
Property 1: 31 Dec 1809, 200 acres, Lot 18, Con 2, Sidney - reg. Mar 1, 1811.
Property 2: 07 May 1811, #144 - pg 34
Residence: 1842, near Rednersville, Ameliasburgh, P.E. Co., Ont.

More About MARY J. DULMAGE:
Burial: Sep 1868, Albury Cemetery, P.E. Co.
Census 1: 1851, Adolphustown- age listed as 76
Census 2: 1861, Mary, 81 is living in Ameliasburg with John Osborne and his wife Betsy 43.

                iv.            MARY ROBLIN*94,95,96,97,98, b. 1778, New York99,100; d. 17 Jun 1853, South Fredericksburgh, P.E. County, Ont101; m. MARVELL GARRISON102,103,104; b. 1768, New York105,106; d. 03 Dec 1860, South Fredericksburgh, P.E. County, Ont107.

 More About MARY ROBLIN*:
Burial: Jun 1853, Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh
Census: 1851, Mary 71, living in Fredericksburgh with Marvell 78, Mary 31, Marvil 30, his wife Nancy 24 and children Philip Roblin 5, Sophia Mary 3 and Nancy M. 1.
Order in Council: 08 Jun 1798
Settled: Adolphustown,  P.E. Co.

More About MARVELL GARRISON:
Burial: Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh
Residence 1: Fredericksburgh, Ont.
Residence 2: Hay Bay

                v.             ELIZABETH ROBLIN*108,109,110, b. 15 Jun 1782111,112; d. 1867113; m. BENJAMIN CLAPP114, 06 Apr 1803, Fredericksburgh, Ont114,115; b. 15 Oct 1781, Dutchess Co., New York116; d. 05 Mar 1841, Thurlow twp, Ontario117.

More About ELIZABETH ROBLIN*:
Census 1: 1851, Elizabeth Clapp 72, b. US living in Thurlow Twp, Hastings Co. with Benjamin 35 and family: Catherine 26, Lucinda 8, Gilbert 6, Elizabeth A. 4, Adelaide 2; Mary 30, Letta 28, Lydia 25, David 46, Udelia 46. Nearby is Samuel Clapp 35, Susan 28, Ann 13, ....
Census 2: 1851, Thurlow Twp, Hastings Co., con't....Thomas 10, Robert 8, James 6, Alexander 4 and Emily 2....and Philip Clapp 31 with Ruth 25, Lamantha 7, John 4, William A 1, and Oliver Mott Clapp 18.
Order in Council: 21 Jan 1806
Settled: Thurlow, Ont

More About BENJAMIN CLAPP:
Residence: Thurlow, Hastings Co., Ont.

                vi.            NANCY " ANN" ROBLIN*118,119,120,121, b. 16 Dec 1784, Adolphustown, Ont122; d. 01 Aug 1872, Sidney Twp, Hastings Co., Ont123,124; m. WILLIAM KETCHESON125,126, 15 Feb 1800127; b. 25 Sep 1782, Nova Scotia, Canada128,129,130; d. 30 Jun 1874, Sidney Twp, Hastings Co., Ont.131,132,133.

More About NANCY " ANN" ROBLIN*:
Order in Council: 17 Feb 1807
Settled: Sidney Twp

 More About WILLIAM KETCHESON:
Census: 1851, William Esq. 69, farmer, b. US living in Sidney Twp with Nancy 68, George 29, Lealim (sic) 24, and wife Martha 23.

                vii.           FANNY ROBLIN*134,135,136, b. 22 Feb 1787, Adolphustown, Ontario.137; d. 19 Mar 1841, North Port, Prince Edward, Ontario.138; m. PETER WILLIAM (LIEUT. COL.) RUTTAN139,140,141, 07 Jul 1807, Adolphustown, Lennox & Addington, Ontario.142,143; b. 03 Feb 1787, Adolphustown, Lennox & Addington Co., Ont.144; d. 28 Apr 1861, North Port, Prince Edward, Ontario..

More About FANNY ROBLIN*:
Burial: Boulter Farm Cemetery, North Port PE Co., Ontario
Order in Council 1: 16 Feb 1808
Order in Council 2: 04 Sep 1822
Settled: Sophiasburgh, P.E. Co., Ont.

More About PETER WILLIAM (LIEUT. COL.) RUTTAN:
Burial: West half of Lot 23 Con 1 Sophiasburgh
Residence: Sophiasburg, P.E. Co., Ont.

                viii.          DAVID ROBLIN*145,146,147, b. 09 Apr 1788, Adolphustown,  Lennox & Addington Co., Ont148,149,150; d. 23 Nov 1867, Sidney Twp, Ont.151; m. MARY ROWE152,153,154,155, 1814156; b. 1798, Dutchess County, N. Y.156; d. 08 Aug 1845157.

More About DAVID ROBLIN*:
Burial: Nov 1867, Whites Cemetery, Trenton, Ont.
Census 1: 1851, David 63, widower is living in Sidney with Peter and Emaline Bell.
Census 2: Who is David M. Roblin b. 1814 Sidney Twp who owned Con 8 Lot 7 in Hungerford in 1840???
Census 3: 1861, David 73, widower, farmer, living in Sidney Twp with Frank H. & Josephine Linky.
Land Petition: 27 Jan 1822, David Roblin, son of Philip Roblin UEL late of Adolphustown is 21 or older resident of Sydney petitioning for 200 acres.
Order in Council: 04 Sep 1822, Residence - Sidney
Origin: David Roblin - born 1814 Sidney, settled Hungerford Lot 7 Con 7 - Historical Atlas of Hastings & Prince Edward Counties, 1878
Property 1: Crown Deeds - Roblin, David, Aug 11, 1801, Con 7 Lot part of A,B Acreage 4. A D. Roblin is found on Con 3, Lot 34, Sidney Twp (1862 map of Thurlow)
Property 2: 10 Dec 1867, Lot 34 Con 3 to Frank & Earl Roblin; Lot 27 Con 5 to Maria Leavens & Deborah Purdy...by Will.
Will: 25 Sep 1869, David leaves Thurlow Lot 24, 5th Con to Maria Leavens, Phoebe Purdy and Phoebe Francis.

More About MARY ROWE:
Died 2: Age 47 yrs
Burial: Whites Cemetery, Trenton, Ont.

                ix.            UNKNOWN ROBLIN*.

 

               Children of ELIZABETH MILLER and JOHN CANNIFF are:

                x.             DANIEL DAVID4 CANNIFF158,159, b. 22 Aug 1795160.

 More About DANIEL DAVID CANNIFF:
Order in Council: 05 Feb 1823
Residence: Thurlow, Ont.

                xi.            PHOEBE CANNIFF161, b. 07 Jan 1797161; d. 09 Feb 1877, Belleville, Ont161; m. SHUBEL DUNHAM FOSTER161,162, 19 May 1812163; b. 1786, Tisbury, Mass164; d. 04 Dec 1870, Belleville, Hasting Co., Ontario165.

More About PHOEBE CANNIFF:
Burial: Belleville Cemetery Section L
Order in Council: 20 May 1817

More About SHUBEL DUNHAM FOSTER:
Burial: Belleville Cemetery Section L

                xii.           JOSEPH CANNIFF166, b. 31 Dec 1798167; d. 26 Feb 1872168.

More About JOSEPH CANNIFF:
Burial: Belleville Cemetery - Section H
Order in Council: 13 Jun 1821
Residence: Thurlow, Ont.

3.  SARAH "SALLE"3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)169 was born Dec 1755 in Probably New Jersey, and died 19 Feb 1837 in Mingo , Champaign Co., Ohio.  She married JOHN BURGIS170 26 Feb 1778 in Presbyterian Church, New Windsor, Orange Co., New York171.  He was born 1754 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died 30 Jan 1840 in Champaign Co, Ohio.

More About SARAH "SALLE" MILLER:
Burial: Mingo , Champaign Co., Ohio
Residence 1: 1812, Land grant received, husband's father deceased. Healthy members of family and related families ready to make journey. Eight of her ten children plan to go with.
Residence 2: 1830, Monroe, Logan Co., Ohio

More About JOHN BURGIS:
Burial: Mount Tabor Cemetery, Mingo, Champaign Co., Ohio
Residence: 1776, Orange County, New York - Second Regiment

                Children of SARAH MILLER and JOHN BURGIS are:

                i.              JOHN4 BURGIS, b. 1779.
               ii.             N
ATHAN BURGIS, b. 1781.
              iii.            P
OLLEY BURGIS, b. 1782.
                iv.            S
ALLY BURGIS, b. 1783.
                v.             B
ETSY BURGIS, b. 1784.
                vi.            N
ANCY BURGIS, b. 1787.
                vii.           J
ANE BURGIS, b. 1796.
                viii.          K
ATIE BURGIS, b. 1798.
                ix.            H
AMPTON BURGIS, b. 1799.
                x.             P
ATIENCE BURGIS, b. 1806.

4.  SAMUEL3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)172 was born 14 Nov 1757 in Morris Co, New Jersey, and died Abt. 1840 in Fredericksburg, Lennox Co., Ontario.  He married MARY CANIFF 01 Mar 1802 in Fredericksburgh, Ontario173, daughter of JOHN CANNIFF and PHEBE.  She was born 1783 in Prince Edward Co, Ontario, and died 1823 in Prince Edward Co, Ontario.

                Children of SAMUEL MILLER and MARY CANIFF are:
                i.              JOHN CANNIFF4 MILLER, b. Abt. 1803.

More About JOHN CANNIFF MILLER:
Census: 1851, John C. Miller 47 living in Fredericksburgh with Ruth 47, Samuel 24, Joesph 22, Phebe L 16, Peter 14, Sarah J. 12, Nancy M 6, and John C 4. 

                ii.             SAMUEL HAMPTON MILLER, b. 24 May 1806.
                iii.            E
LIZABETH MILLER, b. Bet. 1808 - 1811; m. CHARLES JAMES MAYES; b. 1813, England; d. Bef. 1861, Ontario, Canada.

 More About ELIZABETH MILLER:
Census 1: 1861, Eliz Mayes 51 b. Canada living in Huntingdon, Hastings Co with Richard 27, Shibley 22, Samuel 21, Alfred 17, Joseph 15, Mary 14, and Patience 12.
Census 2: 1871, Elizabeth Maise 60 b. Ontario living in Hasting Co with James 32, Elemine 26 and Eliza 3.

 More About CHARLES JAMES MAYES:
Census: 1851, Charles Mayes 38 b. England living in Huntingdon, Hastings co with Elizabeth 43, Sarah E 17, Nancy A 15, James 13, Samuel 11, Joseph 8, Mary C 6, and William J. 1.

                iv.            PATIENCE MILLER, b. 02 Feb 1809; m. ABRAHAM G. DAFOE.
                v.             N
ANCY ANN MILLER, b. Abt. 1810; m. JOHN M. RAMBOUGH.
                vi.            W
ILLIAM ROSS MILLER, b. 24 Aug 1816.
                vii.           C
ATHERINE MILLER, b. Abt. 1817; m. JOHN SPENCER.
                viii.          P
HOEBE MILLER, b. Abt. 1820.
                ix.            J
OSEPH MILLER, b. Abt. 1823.

5.  GARRETT3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)174,175 was born 1758 in Morristown, New Jersey176,177, and died 02 May 1824 in Millerton, Tioga, Co., PA178.  He married MARY SMITH179,180 28 May 1778 in New Windsor Presbyterian Church, Orange County, N. Y..  She was born 1759, and died 11 May 1824 in Millerton, Tioga Co., PA181.

More About GARRETT MILLER:
Residence 1: 1790, New Cornwall, Orange Co., New York
Residence 2: 1800, Tioga, Tioga, PA
Residence 3: 1810, Tioga, Tioga, PA

                Children of GARRETT MILLER and MARY SMITH are:
                i.              SAMUEL4 MILLER, b. 28 May 1779.
                ii.             J
OSHUA MILLER, b. 1781, Orange Co., New York; d. 29 Sep 1869, Jackson, Tioga PA; m. DORORTHY DOLLY RYDER; b. 1784, Orange Co., New York; d. 14 Feb 1868, Jackson, Tioga PA.

More About JOSHUA MILLER:
NOTE: 07 Jul 1803, Joshua was convicted of a crime and sent to Newgate Prison.

                iii.            GARRETT MILLER, b. 1782.
                iv.            P
ATIENCE MILLER, b. 18 Aug 1788.
                v.             E
LIZABETH "BETSY" MILLER, b. 26 Sep 1789.
                vi.            S
ARAH "SALLY" MILLER, b. 1790.
                vii.           N
ATHAN MILLER, b. 1792.
                viii.          P
EGGY MILLER, b. 1795.
                ix.            J
AMES MILLER, b. 27 Aug 1802.
                x.             M
ARY MILLER, b. 1803.
                xi.            G
EORGE MILLER, b. 30 Sep 1804.

6.  MARY CATHERINE3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)182,183 was born Bef. 1765 in Morristown, Bergen County, New Jersey.  She married WILLIAM GARRISON184 05 Feb 1784 in Cornwall, Orange Co., New York185, son of JONAS GARRISON.  He was born 1759 in Orange Co., New York, and died 1795 in Fredricksburg, P.E. Co., Ont186,187.

More About MARY CATHERINE MILLER:
Date born 2: 20 Dec 1762
Date born 3: Bef. 1765, Morristown, Morris Co., New Jersey
NOTE: Is this Mary Miller actually the daughter of Garret....an affadavit by Nancy Ann (Miller) Carpenter says she was at the marriage of Mary (is likely a sister) and though it is thought by many that Ann Carpenter is also Garrett's daughter ...
NOTE con't: ..it looks like this is incorrect and that Garrett's daughter went to Ontario and married Joseph Clapp.

                Children of MARY MILLER and WILLIAM GARRISON are:
                i.              WILLIAM4 GARRISON, b. 1784; d. 1811, Thurlow, Hastings Co., Ontario; m. MARY.

 More About WILLIAM GARRISON:
Will: 01 Apr 1811, Probated

                ii.             C
ALEB GARRISON, b. 22 Nov 1785, Orange Co., New York188; d. Jul 1853, Deseronto, Ontario; m. LYDIA JANE SOLMES; b. 27 Jul 1792, Northport, Ontario.
               iii.            G
ARRET GARRISON189, b. 1788; d. Oct 1858; m. (1) DEBORAH HAIGHT; m. (2) FANNY; b. 1807.
                iv.            N
ANCY GARRISON, b. 24 May 1795; d. 12 Mar 1876, Tyendinga, Hastings Co., Ontario; m. SAMUEL BADGLEY, Abt. 1810; b. 12 Nov 1785, Thurlow, Hastings Co., Ontario; d. 20 Feb 1863, Tyendinga, Hastings Co., Ontario.

 
7.  NANCY ANN3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)190,191,192 was born Aft. 1765 in New Jersey, and died 14 Jul 1836 in Milford, .E. Co., Ont.  She married JOSEPH CLAPP194 01 Mar 1789 in Adolphustown, Ont195, son of JOSEPH CLAPP and MERCY CARPENTER.  He was born 1762 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., New York, and died 20 Feb 1813 in Kingston, Ont..

More About NANCY ANN MILLER:
Died 2: 14 Jul 1836

NOTE: In support of Nancy Ann Clapp being d/o Garret Miller: 1) Hay Bay Church Records state that Joseph Clapp is a brother-in-law to Elizabeth Roblin; 2) a crown patent 1802 Land in Richmond for Joseph Clapp & Hampton Miller 3) Joseph & Nancy name dau, Patience

More About JOSEPH CLAPP:
Family: 1808, inclued 5 sons
Founder: 1808, Millford
Occupation: 1808, Erected a large saw mill and grist mill
Residence: 1808, Milford - The Settlers of Prince Edward County - pg 74

                Children of NANCY MILLER and JOSEPH CLAPP are:
                i.              SARAH4 CLAPP196,197, b. 29 Jan 1791, Marysburgh; d. 12 Feb 1856, Sidney Twp; m. JOHN B. VANDEWATER198,199,200,201, 22 Mar 1809, Fredericksburgh202; b. Abt. 1781, U.S.203; d. 1869.
More About J
OHN B. VANDEWATER:
Residence: Sidney Twp, Ont. 

                ii.             PHILIP CLAPP204, b. 1792; d. 16 Sep 1832, Milford, Ont204; m. MELINDA HEAD205.
More About P
HILIP CLAPP:
Residence: Milford, Ont

                iii.            CATHERINE CLAPP205, b. 1795; m. LEVI BALDWIN205.
 
More About L
EVI BAKDWIN:
Residence: Hamilton Twp, Ont

                iv.            PATIENCE CLAPP205, b. 1799; d. 23 Dec 1838206; m. EDWARD "NED" DULMAGE207,208; b. 1793; d. 1845209.
More About E
DWARD "NED" DULMAGE:
Residence: South Marysburgh, Ont

                v.             JAMES CLAPP210, b. 1800; m. JANE SPROULE210; b. Ireland.
More About J
AMES CLAPP:
Residence: Milford, Ont

                vi.            GEORGE CLAPP211, b. 1803; m. NANCY HERBERT211.
More About G
EORGE CLAPP:
Residence: Milford, Ont

                vii.           SAMUEL CLAPP211, b. 1806; m. SARAH FRALICK211.
More About S
AMUEL CLAPP:
Residence: Milford, Ont

                viii.          JOSEPH CLAPP211, b. 1811; d. 1882; m. SUSAN FRALICK211; b. 1818; d. 1893.

More About JOSEPH CLAPP:
Residence: Milford, Ont

8.  NATHAN3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1)212 was born Aft. 1765 in Probably New Jersey, and died 1779 in Smith's Clove, Orange Co., New York213.  He married RACHEL SMITH 26 Feb 1778 in Presbyterian Church, New Windsor, Orange Co., New York214, daughter of FRANCIS SMITH and ELIZABETH SMITH.  She was born 01 May 1760 in Smith's Clove, Orange Co., New York, and died 26 Jun 1820 in Shawangunk,  Ulster Co., New York.

More About NATHAN MILLER:
NOTE: Nathan Miller was found murdered on teh road from Smith's Clove to Monroe  about jan 1779. He was 22 years old.

More About RACHEL SMITH:
Burial: Pine Bush, Ulster County, New York

                Child of NATHAN MILLER and RACHEL SMITH is:

                i.              JULIA4 MILLER, b. Bet. Dec 1778 - Oct 1779, Orange Co., New York; d. 1836, Ontario, Canada; m. ABRAHAM TERWILLIGER215; b. Bet. 1766 - 1770, Shawangunk,  Ulster Co., New York; d. 1816, New York.

More About ABRAHAM TERWILLIGER:
Baptism: 19 Oct 1766, Shawangunk,  Ulster Co., New York; father Teunis Terwilliger; mother Cathrina Heffie; witnesses Nathaniel Terwilliger Jr and Maria Decker.
NOTE:  Have seen this Abraham married to Mary Coryell, widow of Abraham Annis, with a son Abraham b. 1812...this would make this NOT THE ABRAHAM TERWILLIGER SAID TO HAVE MARRIED ABIGAIL MILLER.

9.  HAMPTON3 MILLER (GERHARDT "GARRETT"2, JOHAN WILHELM "WILLIAM"1) was born 13 Nov 1769 in Orange County, New York, and died 21 Dec 1857 in Reading Center, Schuyler, New York.  He married (1) SARAH.  She was born 1793 in New York, and died 1855.  He married (2) DEBORAH.  She was born 31 Jan 1778 in Schuyler Co., New York, and died 07 Feb 1823 in Schuyler Co., New York.  He married (3) MELISSA. 

More About HAMPTON MILLER:
Census: 1850, Hampton Miller 75 living in Reading, Steuben, NY with Sarah 57, Andrew 21, Edwin 19, Emmil 19, Ira 17 and Margaret Homans 20.

                Children of HAMPTON MILLER and SARAH are:
                i.              ANDREW JACKSON4 MILLER, b. 1829, New York; d. 20 Jun 1902, Woodland, Barry, Michigan.
                ii.             E
DWIN MILLER, b. 1831.
                iii.            E
MMITT MILLER, b. 1831.
                iv.            I
RA MILLER, b. 1833.
                v.             L
YDIA MILLER, b. 22 Nov 1826.

               Children of HAMPTON MILLER and DEBORAH are:
                vi.            SALLY4 MILLER, b. 04 Feb 1802, Steuben Co., New York; d. 15 Sep 1807, Schuyler Co., New York.
                vii.           K
ATHERINE MILLER, b. 1804.
                viii.          P
OLLY MILLER, b. 1805.
                ix.            D
EBORAH ANN MILLER, b. 1806.
               x.             E
UNICE S. MILLER, b. 17 Mar 1807.
                xi.            H
AMPTON J. MILLER, b. 1810.
                xii.           A
MANDA MILLER, b. Sep 1814.
                xiii.          S
ARAH HESTER MILLER, b. 17 Sep 1816.
                xiv.           C
LARISSA JANE MILLER, b. 06 Mar 1819.
                xv.            A
ARON MILLER, b. 1822.

                Child of HAMPTON MILLER and MELISSA is:
                xvi.           NATHAN4 MILLER, b. 02 Jun 1800; d. 04 Jan 1884, Monterey, Schuyler Co., New York; m. ABBEY J..

More About NATHAN MILLER:
Burial: Miller Barker
Census: 1850, Hampton Miller 75 living in Reading, Steuben, NY with Sarah 57, Andrew 21, Edwin 19, Emmil 19, Ira 17 and Margaret Homans 20.

                Children of HAMPTON MILLER and SARAH are:
                i.              ANDREW JACKSON4 MILLER, b. 1829, New York; d. 20 Jun 1902, Woodland, Barry, Michigan.
                ii.             E
DWIN MILLER, b. 1831.
                iii.            E
MMITT MILLER, b. 1831.
                iv.            I
RA MILLER, b. 1833.
                v.             L
YDIA MILLER, b. 22 Nov 1826.
              
Children of H
AMPTON MILLER and DEBORAH are:
                vi.            SALLY4 MILLER, b. 04 Feb 1802, Steuben Co., New York; d. 15 Sep 1807, Schuyler Co., New York.
                vii.           K
ATHERINE MILLER, b. 1804.
                viii.          P
OLLY MILLER, b. 1805.
                ix.            D
EBORAH ANN MILLER, b. 1806.
                x.             E
UNICE S. MILLER, b. 17 Mar 1807.
                xi.            H
AMPTON J. MILLER, b. 1810.
                xii.           A
MANDA MILLER, b. Sep 1814.
                xiii.          S
ARAH HESTER MILLER, b. 17 Sep 1816.
                xiv.           C
LARISSA JANE MILLER, b. 06 Mar 1819.
                xv.            A
ARON MILLER, b. 1822.

               Child of HAMPTON MILLER and MELISSA is:
                xvi.           NATHAN4 MILLER, b. 02 Jun 1800; d. 04 Jan 1884, Monterey, Schuyler Co., New York; m. ABBEY J..

More About NATHAN MILLER:
Burial: Miller Barker




4. ENDNOTES

1.  Will of William Miller proved Sept 21, 1768..
2.  Early Methodist Records, pg 109.
3.  Pat Wardell - <the.wardells@gte.net>.
4.  Will of Garret Miller.
5.  Report on American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain ... By Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Jerusha Miller, widow of Joshua Miller, to Gen Sir Henry Clinton.1781, Feb 9. New York - Is urged by necessity to make her case known. Is daughter of Austin Smith, Justice of Orange County. Her application to Lt Gen. Robertson resulting in an order for one ration for one week and only serving to enhance her misfortunes, she presumes upon his Excellency's benevolence. Copy. Vol 29, No. 163  2 pages.
6.  Report on American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain ... By Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, pg 245, Jerusha Miller, widow of Joshua Miller, to Gen Sir Henry Clinton.1781, Feb 9. New York - Is urged by necessity to make her case known. Is daughter of Austin Smith, Justice of Orange County. Her application to Lt Gen. Robertson resulting in an order for one ration for one week and only serving to enhance her misfortunes, she presumes upon his Excellency's benevolence. Copy. Vol 29, No. 163  2 pages.
7.  1st Presbyterian Church Morristown, N. J. - pg 101, baptism - Jan 4, 1765.
8.  Not listed in the will of Garrett Miller Oct 5, 1777.
9.  1st Presbyterian Church Morristown, N. J. - pg 101, baptism - Jan 4, 1765.
10.  Not listed in the will of her father Garrett Miller 1777.
11.  Will of Garret Miller.
12.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 698.
13.  The Settlement of Prince Edward County - by Nick & Helma Mika, pg 100.
14.  Will of Garret Miller.
15.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
16.  Descendants of William Miller, full name Elizabeth Esther Miller.
17.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 698.
18.  The Settlement of Prince Edward County - by Nick & Helma Mika, pg 100.
19.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
20.  Township, 'Loyalists from New York'., Lists for the Surveyor Generals, York, of disbanded Troops, Loyalists, etc. formerly victualled at Kingston. Signed 12 May 1802. Document is entitled: “List of Loyalist sufferers to have settled at Cataraqui and its Vicinity at the Peace 1783’Transcribed from original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]:, RG 19 vol. 4447, file 15, page 8.
21.  Notes from the Roblin Family Bible - belonging to Adolphus Roblin, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont., list Philip as "John Philip."
22.  Descendants of William Miller, pg 4.
23.  World Family Tree Vol 6, Ed. 1, Tree # 3940.
24.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
25.  Descendants of William Miller, pg 4, 1746.
26.  The Settlement o Prince Edward County by Nick & Helma Mika, pg 100.
27.  World Family Tree Vol 6, Ed. 1, Tree #3940.
28.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
29.  C. Loral Wannamaker.
30.  Notes from the Roblin Family Bible - belonging to Adolphus Roblin, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont...
31.  The Loyalists In Ontario -The Sons and Daughters of the American Loyaists of Upper Canada by William Reid, pg 51.
32.  The Romance of the Palatine Millers by Rev. W. Bowman Tucker.
33.  1880 Iowa Census.
34.  A Part of the Family Ruttan by Henry Norande Ruttan.
35.  Descendants of William Miller, pg 4, Aug 10, 1754.
36.  Descendants of William Miller, Aug 10, 1754.
37.  World Family Tree Vol 6, Ed. 1, Tree #3940.
38.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
39.  Rosalyn Insley, middle name.
40.  Cemeteries of Adolphustown - Hay Bay Cemetery, pg 36, d. 38 yrs, 9 mn, 26 days.
41.  World Family Tree, Volume 52 Tree 132.
42.  Descendants of William Miller, pg 4, May 2, 1774.
43.  Cemeteries of Adolphustown - Hay Bay Cemetery, pg 36.
44.  Abstracts of Surrogate Court Wills Kingston and Vicinity, 1790 - 1858 by Loral and Mildred Wannamaker, pg 31.
45.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1873-1880, pg 91, "Mary."
46.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont., "Mary."
47.  Abstracts of Surrogate Court Wills Kingston and Vicinity 1790-1858 by Loral and Mildred Wanamaker, pg 24, listed in her father's will as "Mary."
48.  Rosalyn Insley, middle name.
49.  Van Deursen, Captain Albert Harrison, Van Deursen Family,  New York: Frank Allaben Genealogical Company, 1912, Vo.lI, 647.
50.  Burleigh Papers - Queens University, Kingston - Kathleen Ryan Hall, Box 11 - Roblin Family.
51.  George HIll Detlor Diary, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston University, Kingston, Ont., pg 701.
52.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
53.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
54.  The Settlement of Prince Edward County - by Nick & Helma Mika, pg 101.
55.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
56.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
57.  Death Notices from the Christian Guardian  1836-1850 by McKenzie, pg 267.
58.  Roblin Cemetery Transcript - Sophiasburgh Twp Lot 17, Con 2, died age 75 yrs 5 mns.
59.  Descendants of William Miller, pg 4, 1773.
60.  CemSearch Data Base, Cemetery - Roblins Mills.
61.  Death Notices from the Christian Guardian  1836-1850 by McKenzie, pg 267.
62.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
63.  Roblin Cemetery Transcript - Sophiasburgh Twp Lot 17, Con 2.
64.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
65.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
66.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
67.  Burleigh Papers - Queens University, Kingston - Kathleen Ryan Hall, Adolphus Roblin - Family Bible.
68.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
69.  Roblin Cemetery Transcript - Sophiasburgh Twp Lot 17, Con 2, died age 79 yrs 7 mns 18 days.
70.  Memo from Adolphus Roblin, Jan 5, 1771.
71.  More Methodist Notices 1830-1857  McKenzie, pg 345.
72.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 407.
73.  Roblin Cemetery Transcript - Sophiasburgh Twp Lot 17, Con 2.
74.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
75.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 406.
76.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
77.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
78.  Notes from the Roblin Family Bible - belonging to Adolphus Roblin, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont., list, listed as Owen Philip.
79.  CemSearch Data Base, Cemetery - Albury.
80.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
81.  Death Notices from the Christian Guardian  1836-1850 by McKenzie, pg 266.
82.  Wikipedia, John Roblin b. June 3, 1774 - d. Feb 28, 1813.
83.  CemSearch Data Base.
84.  Death Notices from the Christian Guardian  1836-1850 by McKenzie, pg 266.
85.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
86.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 406.
87.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario, pg 95.
88.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
89.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1861-1870 by McKenzie, pg 279.
90.  Rosalyn Insley.
91.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1861-1870 by McKenzie, pg 279.
92.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario, pg 95.
93.  Albury Cemetery Transcription.
94.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 701.
95.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
96.  Burleigh Papers - List of Loyalists Whose Children Did Not Receive Land Grants, listed as wife of Marvell Garrison.
97.  Interview with David W. Ruttan - P.E. County Archives, lists his mother's (Fanny Roblin) sister's as Elizabeth (Mrs. Benjamin Clapp), Mary (Mrs Marvel Garrison) & Nancy (Mrs. William Ketcheson).
98.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
99.  Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh, 1778.
100.  1851 Fredericksburgh Census by Russ Waller, pg 13, age 71 - 1781.
101.  Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh.
102.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 701.
103.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
104.  Melanie Garrison <mgarrison@city.toronto.on.ca>, Will of Jonas Garrison.
105.  Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh, 1768.
106.  1851 Fredericksburgh Census by Russ Waller, pg 13, age 78 - 1774.
107.  Garrison Cemetery, South Fredericksburgh.
108.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
109.  Interview with David W. Ruttan - P.E. County Archives, lists his mother's (Fanny Roblin) sister's as Elizabeth (Mrs. Benjamin Clapp), Mary (Mrs Marvel Garrison) & Nancy (Mrs. William Ketcheson).
110.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
111.  History of the Settlement of Upper Canada, pg 234, 1874.
112.  Lennox and Addington County Loyalist Families Part two - M to Y by Russ Waller, pg 364.
113.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
114.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
115.  Rev Robert McDowall's Register.
116.  The Partiot, Toronto -June 4, 1841, died age 60.
117.  C. Loral Wannamaker.
118.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 701.
119.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
120.  Interview with David W. Ruttan - P.E. County Archives, lists his mother's (Fanny Roblin) sister's as Elizabeth (Mrs. Benjamin Clapp), Mary (Mrs Marvel Garrison) & Nancy (Mrs. William Ketcheson).
121.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
122.  World Family Tree Volume 1 - Tree 2877.
123.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1873-1880, pg 159.
124.  World Family Tree Volume 1 - Tree 2877.
125.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 3 & 701.
126.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario, pg 170.
127.  More Notices from Ontario's Methodist Papers 1858-1872, pg 159.
128.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 3.
129.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1873-1880, pg 196.
130.  World Family Tree Volume 1 - Tree 2877.
131.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 3.
132.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1873-1880, pg 196.
133.  World Family Tree Volume 1 - Tree 2877.
134.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
135.  Lennox and Addington County Loyalist Families Part two - M to Y by Russ Waller, pg 381.
136.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
137.  Loyalist Lineages of Canada, pg 952.
138.  http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/5864/ruttanbook.htm.
139.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 429.
140.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
141.  Lennox and Addington County Loyalist Families Part two - M to Y by Russ Waller, pg 381.
142.  1800-1841 Presbyterian Register of Rev Robert James McDowall, pg 7.
143.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
144.  http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/5864/ruttanbook.htm.
145.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 698.
146.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 410.
147.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario.
148.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1861-1870 by McKenzie, pg 279.
149.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
150.  http://www.familysearch.com, LDS - Familysearch.com, full date.
151.  Obituaries from Ontario's Christian Guardian 1861-1870 by McKenzie, pg 279.
152.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 699.
153.  More Methodist Notices 1830-1857  McKenzie, pg 345.
154.  Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Loyalist Families by Russ Waller, pg 410.
155.  Family Tree Chart #1 - Loral & Mildred Wanamaker, Found in the Roblin File- Burleigh Papers, Kathleen Ryan Hall, Kingston, Ont..
156.  More Methodist Notices 1830-1857  McKenzie, pg 345.
157.  CemSearch Data Base, Cemetery - Whites.
158.  C. Loral Wannamaker.
159.  Elizabeth Lewis <clewis@shoal.net.au>, second name.
160.  C. Loral Wannamaker.
161.  The Loyalists In Ontario -The Sons and Daughters of the American Loyaists of Upper Canada by William Reid, pg 51.
162.  Belleville Cemetery Transcripts, Section L, middle name.
163.  The Loyalists In Ontario -The Sons and Daughters of the American Loyaists of Upper Canada by William Reid, pg 51.
164.  Belleville Cemetery Transcripts, Section L.
165.  G.H. Detlor Diary, pg29.
166.  C. Loral Wannamaker.
167.  Elizabeth Lewis <clewis@shoal.net.au>.
168.  Belleville Cemetery Transcripts - Section H.
169.  Will of Garret Miller.
170.  DAR Member Search, Ancestor # A017249, Burgess, JohnService: Virginia  Rank PrivateBirth 1754  Augusta Co., VirginiaDeath 1-20-1840 Champaign Co OhoService Description 1) Capt Arthur Smith Col. Rovert Lawson 4 RegSpouse 1) Salle Miller.
171.  New Windsor Presbyterian Church Records.
172.  Will of Garret Miller.
173.  Presbyterian Register of Reb Robert James McDowall, pg 3.
174.  Will of Garret Miller.
175.  Lennox and Addington County Loyalist Families Part two - M to Y by Russ Waller, pg 294, (ten page history).
176.  The Romance of the Palatine Millers by Rev. W. Bowman Tucker, pg 104.
177.  Descendants of William Miller, 1758.
178.  The Romance of the Palatine Millers by Rev. W. Bowman Tucker, pg 113.
179.  Cemetery Stone - Millerton, Tioga, PA, Mrs Mary wife of Garret Miller died May 11, 1825 age 65.
180.  New Windsor Presbyterian Church Records.
181.  Cemetery Stone - Millerton, Tioga, PA, Mrs Mary wife of Garret Miller died May 11, 1825 age 65.
182.  Will of George Fowler, lists son of Catherine (sic) Miller and William Garrison, to Garrett Garrison, grandson of my said wife.
183.  Will of Garret Miller.
184.  Melanie Garrison <mgarrison@city.toronto.on.ca>, Will of Jonas Garrison.
185.  Journal of Reverend Silas Constant, pg 18, https://archive.org/stream/journalofreveren00co#page/20/mode/2up.
186.  Will of Jonas Garrison Sr., lists son William as deceased.
187.  1808 Land Petition of William Garrison Jr, William Garrison’s 1808 land petition states: “That the annexed Certificate was granted to the late William Garrison the father of your memorialist in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety four. That in the year following your memorialist’s Father died, leaving a numerous family of small and helpless children.
188.  Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/22322266/person/28652472445, MargaretLynnKnightKingsville, Ontario.
189.  Will of George Fowler, to Garrett Garrison, grandson of my said wife.
190.  http://www.familysearch.com, LDS - Familysearch.com.
191.  Will of Garret Miller.
192.  Hay Bay Church Records, "Joseph Clapp was the brother-in-law" of the widow Elizabeth Roblin.
193.  http://www.familysearch.com, LDS - Familysearch.com.
194.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 192.
195.  http://www.familysearch.com, LDS - Familysearch.com.
196.  More Methodist Notices 1830-1857  McKenzie.
197.  1851 Sidney Twp Census - transcription by Susan Bergeron, g 29.
198.  Early Methodist Records, pg 127.
199.  1851 Sidney Twp Census - transcription by Susan Bergeron, pg 29.
200.  Ontario Death  Registrations, # 005076-70, middle inital on death registration of son James.
201.  Abstracts of Surrogate Court Wills Kingston and Vicinity, 1790 - 1858 by Loral and Mildred Wannamaker, pg 36.
202.  1800-1841 Presbyterian Register of Rev Robert James McDowall, pg 8.
203.  1851 Sidney Twp Census - transcription by Susan Bergeron, pg 29.
204.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 193.
205.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 196.
206.  CemSearch Data Base, Clapp Cemetery.
207.  Ontario Register 1780s -1870s (CD) - The Loyalists In Ontario, pg 95.
208.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 196.
209.  Clapp Cemetery.
210.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 194.
211.  Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg 196.
212.  Will of Garret Miller.
213.  Revolutionary War Pensions Requested, Nathan Miller (Corp.), son-in-law of Francis Smith. Murdered by Tories in 1779.
214.  New Windsor Presbyterian Church Records.
215.  http://www.macomberkin.com/tng/getperson.php?personID=I59696&tree=macomberkin.


7. JANET KELLOUGH

This email below came from a fellow researcher in 2000 and shows the story of Nancy being the daughter of Garrett Miller has been around awhile. Janet's email is below.

"I, too think I'm fishing in the right pond, the problem may be proving it. I'm not so sure Joseph and Nancy were married in the States. The apocryphal, but highly repeated family story is that Joseph came to Canada via sleigh in 1785 with his sister Ursula who was married to Sampson Striker. Benjamin and James Clapp were already here, as was Rhoda who was married to Abraham Losee. Joseph originally took up 200 acres on Lot 12, 2nd Concession Richmond Twsp., L&A County. The story on Nancy Miller is that she came to Canada with the Roblin Family (four different branches), who were all from either New Jersey or Orange County, N.Y. so the two were unlikely ever to have met beforehand. (Again repeated widely). George Playter's "History of Methodism" (sorry I don't have a publication date off the top of my head) definitely says that Joseph Clapp was a brother-in-law of "the Widow Roblin", who is Elizabeth Miller who married John Roblin. In the early years of settlement, the only clergyman who was legally able to marry anyone was the Rev. John Langhorn at Kingston, and I can find records of Benjamin Clapp marrying, but not Joseph. The only wrinkle in this is that the British WOULD accept a Quaker marriage rite, but I'm not sure whether or not a Quaker meeting would have been organized, AND Nancy Miller was not a Quaker and they would not have been allowed to marry within the meeting. I suppose it's worthwhile checking to see if there is a marriage license in Dutchess County, but if there is, then Nancy can't be the daughter of Garrett Miller. Somewhere (again I'm sorry it would take a while to find) I remember seeing a postulation that there was a second John Roblin in the County and that Nancy was his niece, but the coincidence of having two Roblin/Miller families ending up in PEC is just a little too difficult to believe. Yes, Joseph did have a will - he left his mill in Milford to each son consecutively, oldest to youngest and the oldest, Phillip, didn't want to give it up and hung on to it for nearly 20 years until he was struck by lightning and killed, and then the mill passed on the way it was supposed to. This was accepted by everyone as divine intervention, of course. A piece of wood from the nearby tree that toppled over on him is still at Joseph, Jr's homestead near Milford. This farm was in the hands of Clapp's right up until about a year ago, and I heard that the family took the piece of wood with them, but as soon as they removed it from the property all sorts of weird, bad things started happening to them, so they took it back and asked the new owners to please safeguard it. The bad things stopped immediately.!!!!?????"
Source: email from Janet Kellough, March 5/2000, posted with permission



8. Note for study
Hampton Miller's son Nathan is born in Canada ... he is the son of his first wife and appears to be their only child.
Hampton married again to Deborah and children are born starting 1801. Mary who is born 1801 dies 1805 so there is not census to determine for sure where she was born though people say it was New York .... the second child Katherine b. about 1804 and no further info on her so no idea where she is born either .... third child Mary "Polly" is born 1804 and married Jervis Dean .... I find them in the 1850 census and she is born New York .... so we know that Hampton is back in New York by 1805 .... it would appear that he never sold his share of the land and if Joseph buys him out it is not recorded until after 1815 or does not happen till after 1815.
Source: email Linda Herman, Mar 2015