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  • ID: I4579
  • Name: John Laurens DEY 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1680 in Staten Island, Richmond Co., NY/ 1
  • Probate: 08 MAR 1751 Witness we Peter Perrine (neighbor), Sten Warne, (neighbor), & Sarah Davisson./
  • PROP: 21 DEC 1725 Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., NJ/ 3 4
  • Will: 01 OCT 1750 John Dey names, wife Anne, six sons & two daugthers. Executors, sons John, William & son-in-law Lawrence Dye/
  • ALIA: /"Earliest Land Owners", Sr./
  • Event: Land 21 DEC 1725 John Dye, 200 acres, from Mindert Johnson of Perth Amboy Twp./ 5
  • Death: BEF 08 MAR 1750 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co., NJ/ 1
  • Note:
    Dye Data, Volume 3, maps of the area--author, John Butler, deceased
    North top of image. Typed captions on map site
    1. Middlesex Co., NJ, 1761 Earliest land owners and farms.
    2. John Dye bought property December 25, 1725 from Mindert Johnson. It's stayed in family for many years and called Old Church Farm.
    "original purchase marked--John Dye, 1725. "
    The farms of John Laurens' sons John, James and Joseph are clearly marked as the trace of Millstone Creek."
    The farm of William Dye (John Lincoln (Laruens?) to William Dye, 1748, 300 acres) lies to the north, across Cranbury Brook of George Mount . . .Note that with the exception of David and Joseph Dye, all of John's sons had farms within a few miles of the original purchase."
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    Marriage 1 Anne BROWN b: 1688 in New York City, NY/
    • Married: ABT 1708 1
    • Event: Children 01 OCT 1750 in Names six sons & two daughters/ 1
    • Note:
      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      ". . .John Laurens Dey, . .b. 1680 Staten Island, NY. . .d. bef March 8, 1751, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co., NJ. . .married Anne Unknown (Brown?). . .Will dated October 1, 1750, proved March 8, 1750 or 51, names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, Vinson, and Joseph and daughters Anne & Katerine. Executors: my son John, my son William, and my son-in-law Lawrence Dye. . ."
    Children
    1. Has Children John DYE Jr. b: 1711 in Staten Island, NY/
    2. Has Children Anne Sarah DYE b: 02 FEB 1715 in Staten Island, Richmond Co., NY/
    3. Has Children William DYE b: 06 JUL 1718 in Staten Island, NY/
    4. Has No Children James DYE b: 1720 in Staten Island, NY/
    5. Has No Children David DYE b: 1725 in Staten Island, NY/
    6. Has Children Vincent DYE b: 1726 in Cranbury, Middlesex Co., NJ/
    7. Has No Children Joseph DYE b: 1728 in Middlesex Co., NJ/
    8. Has No Children Katherine DYE b: 1739 in Middlesex Co., NJ/

    Sources:
    1. Author: NJGen Web & USGENWEB Projects
      Title: Middlesex Co., NJ Genealogy and History
      Publication: Name: Old Church Farm by John Butler;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Electronic

      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

      Page: Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      Text: Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      ". . .John Laurens Dey, . .b. 1680 Staten Island, NY. . .d. bef March 8, 1751, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co., NJ. . .married Anne Unknown (Brown?). . .Will dated October 1, 1750, proved March 8, 1750 or 51, names wife Anne, sons John, David, William, James, Vinson, and Joseph and daughters Anne & Katerine. Executors: my son John, my son William, and my son-in-law Lawrence Dye. . ."
    2. Author: NJGen Web & USGENWEB Projects
      Title: Middlesex Co., NJ Genealogy and History
      Publication: Name: Old Church Farm by John Butler;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Electronic

      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

      Page: Dye Data, Volume 3, maps of the area--author, John Butler, deceased
      Text: Dye Data, Volume 3, maps of the area--author, John Butler, deceased
      North top of image. Typed captions on map site
      1. Middlesex Co., NJ, 1761 Earliest land owners and farms.
      2. John Dye bought property December 25, 1725 from Mindert Johnson. It's stayed in family for many years and called Old Church Farm.
      "original purchase marked--John Dye, 1725. "
      The farms of John Laurens' sons John, James and Joseph are clearly marked as the trace of Millstone Creek."
      The farm of William Dye (John Lincoln (Laruens?) to William Dye, 1748, 300 acres) lies to the north, across Cranbury Brook of George Mount . . .Note that with the exception of David and Joseph Dye, all of John's sons had farms within a few miles of the original purchase."
    3. Author: NJGen Web & USGENWEB Projects
      Title: Middlesex Co., NJ Genealogy and History
      Publication: Name: Old Church Farm by John Butler;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Electronic

      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

      Page: Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      Text: Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      " 'Old Church Farm' bought by John Dye Sr., 1725. . .first small church in the neighborhood was built on corner of it. Building recently burned down and the gravestones behind it have all been stolen, but our ancestors are bureid. John Dye Sr. bought it in Dec 1725 and gave part to John Dye, Jr., our Exekiel's father."
    4. Author: NJGen Web & USGENWEB Projects
      Title: Middlesex Co., NJ Genealogy and History
      Publication: Name: Old Church Farm by John Butler;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Electronic

      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

      Page: Dye Data, Volume 3, maps of the area
      Text: Dye Data, Volume 3, maps of the area--author, John Butler, deceased
      North top of image. Typed captions on map site
      1. Middlesex Co., NJ, 1761 Earliest land owners and farms.
      2. John Dye bought property December 25, 1725 from Mindert Johnson. It's stayed in family for many years and called Old Church Farm.
      "original purchase marked--John Dye, 1725. "
      The farms of John Laurens' sons John, James and Joseph are clearly marked as the trace of Millstone Creek."
      The farm of William Dye (John Lincoln (Laruens?) to William Dye, 1748, 300 acres) lies to the north, across Cranbury Brook of George Mount . . .Note that with the exception of David and Joseph Dye, all of John's sons had farms within a few miles of the original purchase."
    5. Author: NJGen Web & USGENWEB Projects
      Title: Middlesex Co., NJ Genealogy and History
      Publication: Name: Old Church Farm by John Butler;
      Note:
      Source Medium: Electronic

      Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey

      Page: Old Church Farm, Cranberry, Middlesex Co., New Jersey
      Text: " 'Old Church Farm' bought by John Dye Sr., 1725. . .first small church in the neighborhood was built on corner of it. Building recently burned down and the gravestones behind it have all been stolen, but our ancestors are bureid. John Dye Sr. bought it in Dec 1725 and gave part to John Dye, Jr., our Exekiel's father."

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