Jannetje Bussing (1765-1825)

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Jannetje Bussing
Born: 10 Aug 1765 Bethlehem, New York
Died: 1825 Schoharie, New York
Father: Timothy Bussing
Mother: Jannetje Crosby
Siblings: Jannetje Bussing
Harmon Bussing
Spouse: William Robison
Married: 19 Jun 1789 Kinderhook, New York
Children: Culbert Robinson
Timothy B. Robinson
William Moore Robinson
Isaac Robison
Jane Robison
Margaret Robinson
John Robinson
John Robison

Sources

  • Name variant: Jane [Stafford File]
  • Stafford, Mike. GEDCOM file, 2 Nov 2001
  • Badger, Rose Afton Hinckley. Papers:
Daughter of Timothy Bussing and sister of Harmon.
  • Ranney, Lucretia Lyman. Some Information on the Families of Robison-Adams-Guinal-Collier and Quackenbush and Others. Prepared from old family records, St. George Temple Records, and Dutch Reformed Church Records of N. Y., pp. 3-4, I, IV
DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH OF KINDRERHOOK, COLUMBIA COUNTY:
June 19, 1789 - William Robinson married Jannetje Bussing
REFORMED PROTESTANT DUTCH CHURCH, EAST GREENBUSH, RENSSELAER COUNTY:
William Robison and wife Jane Bussing, had the following children:
Isaac, born Sept. 14, 1794
Jane, bapt. Mar. 12, 1797
REV. ELIJAH HERRICK'S MARRIAGES, BAPTIST CHURCH, TOWN OF CHARLESTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY:
Nov. 12, 1816 - Simon Phanalstine (Van Alstine) married Jane Robinson. [is this Jannetje Bussing or her daughter, Jane?--SDR]
  • Hardman, Enone L. Research Papers:
Descendants of Johannes Dyckman and Maria Bosyns Lists her name as Jane
  • Estate: Schoharie County, New York, Estate Papers, 1813-028:
To all to Whom These presant Shall come or may concern Know Ye that I Jane Robison of the Town of CabulsKill County of Schoharie & State of New York wife and relict of William Robison of the Same place Deceased as the next of kin do by these presants Renounce taking letters of Administration on the Estate of the Said Deceased and am willing that letters may be granted unto Culbert Robison son of Said Deceased agreeable to a Citation to me Shown & Signed - Given under my hand & Seal the third Day of June 1813.
Jane Robinson her X mark
In presence of Philip Burlingham