Prokasy Ancestry and Some Collateral Lines

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  • ID: I41094
  • Name: Lois Van Surdam 1 2
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 13 MAY 1781 in Hoosick, Rensselaer, New York, USA
  • Death: 03 DEC 1870 in Wyoming County, New York, USA
  • Note: She was described as "tall and stooped in stature--a devoted mother and kind, generous friend." She was a descendant of the Van Surdaam families, long-time residents of New York. [From Ron Carlton's webpage]

    Father: Tunis Van Surdam b: 18 DEC 1754 in Salisbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA
    Mother: Sybil Hodge b: 13 JAN 1761

    Marriage 1 Jacob Carlton b: 22 SEP 1778 in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, USA
    • Married: ABT 1798 in New York, USA 1

    1. Author: Hargrave, Helena M. Goodale
      Title: "Carleton-Carlton forebears : a genealogy of some descandants [sic] of Edward Carleton, proprietor of Rowley, Mass., 1639 / 1648/9"
      Publication: Name: Date: 1997;;
        Name: HeritageQuest Online

      Source Medium: Electronic
      Page: p. 30
    2. Title: Family Tree Maker's Family Archives: World Family Tree
      Source Medium: Electronic

      This information is undocumented
      Page: Lois Van Surdam Carlton:

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