Fonda Family Genealogy

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Descendants of Jellis Douw Fonda (1615-1659)

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  • ID: ind01881
  • Name: Peter Whitbeck FONDA
  • Given Name: Peter Whitbeck
  • Surname: Fonda
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: MAY 1822 in Caughnawaga, Montgomery Co., NY 1
  • Note: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=amfonda&id=ind01881
  • Baptism: 18 FEB 1823 Dutch Reformed Church, Caughnawaga, Fonda, Montgomery Co., NY 2
  • Death: 08 JAN 1910
  • Age: 87y 8m in Alameda Co., CA 1 2
  • Note: b. Caughnawaga, Montgomery Co., NY; bp. Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Caughnawaga, Fonda, Montgomery Co., NY; 1850 US Federal Census, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (P.W.Fonda, M.D.); 1860 US Federal Census, Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co., IN; 1867 California Voter Registration, Oakland City, Alameda, CA (Peter Whitbeck Fonda, b. 1823, NY); 1867 Pacific Coast Directory (P W Fonda); 1873 Oakland CA City Directory (Fonda, Peter - physician); 1880 & 1900 US Federal Census, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA (1880 P W Fond); 1885-1896 California Voter Registration, 1772 7th, Alameda, CA (Peter Whitbeck Fonda, b. 1823, NY); 1890 Jersey City, NJ Directory (Peter W Fonda); d. Alameda Co., CA; o. Physician, Optician; [US Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 - Name: Peter W Fonda; Congr. Dist.: 8th; Res.: IA; Race: White; Class: 2; Est. Birth: 1821; Marital Status: (none)]; [History and Directory of Posey County, IN - Primitive Mills - first grist mill in the county - the building was destroyed by fire in 1838; was rebuilt by George Moore, Jesse Moore and --- Fonda, the same year, and destroyed again by fire about 1853; was rebuilt again by DeWit C. James and George Mugge about 1855.]; [Oakland City Councilman - P.W.Fonda (1877)]; [R047] The Marlette and Fonda Records; [R016c] A memorial and biographical history of the counties of Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura, California: [J. W. Hendricks, a farmer of Lompoe, was among the first settlers there. He was born in Dayton, Ohio. In 1823, his father, Aaron M. Hendricks, was by trade a carpenter, and a native of Tennessee. In 1812 he was in the battle of New Orleans as Sergeant, under General Jackson. In 1837 he emigrated to Indiana, where he followed his trade. The subject of this sketch lived at home until twenty-two years of age, and worked at farming. In 1846 he was married, at West Point, Tippecanoe County, to Esther A. Wagner, a native of Ohio. Mr. Hendricks then rented a farm of about 150 acres and followed farming up to 1865, when he crossed the plains for California. P. W. Fondy was in command of the train, which was very large, and there was much sickness in the company. They were five months on the way, and came to California by Truckee. Mr. Hendricks then went to Marysville, where he bought 120 acres and farmed for four years, then going to Hollister, where he rented 600 acres, and carried on general firming up to the fall of 1874; when he came to Lompoe and bought sixty-eight acres where he now resides. Land was then covered with brush, and they could shoot wild-cats, deer end coyotes from the house. The land is now nicely cleared and under a high state of cultivation; mustard, beans and barley are now his chief crops, and he also raises a fine grade of horses. He has three children, all married. After many years of hardship Mr. Hendricks fully enjoys his present comfortable home.]; [Oakland Tribune - Monday, May 04, 1896 - Oakland, California - Forcible Arguments - P. W. Fonda Places His Fist Over A. D. Spearman's Optics. The Wrangle Arose During a Row Over Some Attached Goods - P. W. Fonda of 1728 and 1732 Seventh street was in fighting humor this morning, and, according to the story told by Chief Deputy District Attorney Church, left the impress of his knuckles above the left eye of a salesman named A. D. Spearman. The informant was Spearman himself, who stated that Fonda was about to cover him with a shotgun when the later's son interfered and perhaps averted bloodshed. The cause of this trouble was an attachment which was issued in San Francisco against some goods which were sold to Joseph Feld by tho Provo Cotton Mills, which Spearman represents. The goods are valued at over $200 and have not been paid for. They are now in one of Fonda's stores on Seventh street, and, despite the attachment, Fonda declares they belong to him. He says he traded some property for them with Feld in a certain part of the State. The attachment, therefore, was decidedly displeasing to Fonda. When Spearman appeared on the scene this morning, he found that the store in which the goods were stored was closed, while the other one was opened. Some words panned between Spearman and Fonda, and, according to Spearman's story, without provocation, Fonda struck Spearman over fhe left temple with his fist. He then seized a shotgun. It is alleged, for the purpose of using it on the salesman, but Fonda's son interfered. The angry man attempted to push his son aside, stating at the same time that he knew how to use the gun. The weapon, however, was taken away before he could do any harm, whereupon Spearman hastened to the District Attorney's office, where he lodged a complaint against Fonda. Joseph Feld, who, Spearman says, owns the goods in controversy, formerly resides in Alameda and more recently in this city. He is now in jail in San Francisco, having been committed for contempt of court for neglecting to pay alimony to his wife. It is said that he owes $400 in this way, and that at the expiration of a five days sentence he is liable to be again arrested on refusal to satisfy his wife's claims.] >> www.fonda.org <<



    Father: Peter John FONDA b: 03 JAN 1778 in Caughnawaga, Montgomery Co., NY
    Mother: Blondina Denche WEAVER b: 23 MAR 1789 in Niskayuna, Schenectady Co., NY

    Marriage 1 Eliza J. MONTGOMERY b: 04 JAN 1826 in New York
    • Married: 07 NOV 1849 Religious Marriage in Manhattan, NY 3
    • Note: m. Manhattan, NY; [NYG&B] Record 63:?; [Married, on Sunday, the 28th inst., by the Rev. J. C. Keener, Dr. P. W. Fonda, of Louisville, Ky., to Miss Eliza J. Montgomery, of this city. Times-Picayune 1849-10-30]
    Children
    1. Has No Children Frank Montgomery FONDA b: 1849 in Louisville, KY
    2. Has No Children David Bradford FONDA b: 1852 in Indiana
    3. Has Children George Henry FONDA b: 1853 in Indiana
    4. Has No Children James Montgomery FONDA b: 01 JUN 1856 in Indiana
    5. Has No Children William C. FONDA b: 16 JUL 1858 in Indiana
    6. Has Children Jesse Coleman FONDA b: MAY 1870 in California

    Sources:
    1. Title: The Marlette and Fonda Records
      Fonda Family
      Publication: Fonda, NY
      Publisher: Montgomery County Old Courthouse
      Publication Date: 1982
      Issue: F14
      Edition: 60 pgs.
      Author: Spencer, Frances
      Note:
      FondaMarlette
    2. Title: A memorial and biographical history of the counties of Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura, California
      Geographic
      Publication: Chicago, IL
      Publisher: Lewis Publishing Co.
      Publication Date: 1891
      Issue: G6
      Edition: 677 pgs.
      Author: Storke, Yda Addis
      Note:
      GeoCaSanta
    3. Title: New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
      Index to approximately 410,000 individuals who were married in or near New York City between 1622 and 1899
      Vital Records
      Publication: Toronto, Ontario, CAN
      Publisher: Genealogical Research Library
      Issue: V7
      Author: Elliot, Noel
      Note:
      VitalMarriagesNewYorkCity

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