She died WFT Est 1688-1755. Le Dowling arbre généalogique avec les parents ", From: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rtegen&id=I01440, From: http://www.virtualology.com/richardwoodhull/. Heritage Consulting, The Millennium File, Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting Online publication - Heritage Consulting. Woodhull held several important local positions in his later years, including magistrate of Setauket, judge of the Court of Common Pleas and first judge of Suffolk County. This resulted in the formation of the general assembly and the present form of government and discipline. I rest your loving friend and kinsman. The purchase covers two necks of land on the Mastic Peninsula. Setauket, Suffolk County, New York, USA. In 1663, he represented Setauket at the General Court at Hartford, Connecticut against the usurpation of the Dutch. Compiled from city and church records, tombstone inscriptions, and books of wills. Dorothy Howell was born WFT Est 1609-1637. call. For a time he resided in Southampton, then in Jamaica. She died 1 Feb 1717/1718 in Setauket, NY. She died before 27 Aug 1689. I. Richard Wodhull, (II. Setauket, Suffolk County, NY," with a picture of Richard Woodhull (I) and the grave memorial for him and his son, Richard Woodhull (II). Isaac V. Brown, 1825, which was likewise used extensively by W. B. Sprague in his Annals, vol. Richard Woodhull was born on September 13, 1620 in Thenford, Northamptonshire, England. {{ media.date_translated }}. I have six children, but noe sonne, it having pleased God to take him in ye 15th yeare of his age, a man growne and very hopefull, God's will be done. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc. @R603430127@ Millennium File Heritage Consulting Name: Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003; Source Medium: Ancestry.com. F i Jemima Woodhull was born WFT Est 1641-1666. In 1812 he was one of the founders of Princeton theological seminary. 1418 M vii Nathaniel Woodhull was born about 1653 and died after 29 May 1689. Several other land transactions between the town of Brookhaven and Richard are also recorded. Mary Woodhull & Richard Woodhull; Mary Woodhull; Richard Woodhull; John Graves Simcoe; Thomas Woodhull; Aberdeen - Character; Confrontations; Angst; Family Issues; Marriage; Leaving Home; Starting Over; Revelations; Summary. He was the son of Richard Woodhull, a wealthy judge, and Margaret Smith Woodhull, who did not die when Abraham was young as portrayed in the show, but in fact died in 1803, fifteen years after Richard. Yr cozen Woodhull lives very well, is a justice of peace and very well beloved; the three brothers live all together with the greatest kindnesse that can be. However, Find-a-Grave explicitly states "Setauket Presbyterian Church Cemetery. A 1777 British map of Setauket includes the letter "A", the site of the Setauket Presbyterian Church. yrs. (See Biographical Sketch, Page 1, Part Second, Woodhulls' In America.). In 1663 he represented Brookhaven at the general court at Hartford in an effort to obtain aid against the usurpations of the Dutch. Parents: Leon Richard Woodhull & Sadie Kathleen Underwood Spouse: Frank Sinden (The Inquirer Digital Edition, Nov. 18, 2013) John Hawley Woodhull Birth: Oct. 24, 1920 Death: Mar. My brother Walgrave hath left one sonne who stands here both to ye Bishop of Duresne (Durham) and myself for Thenford. The Millennium File. Richard H. Woodhull was born on July 13, 1946 in Trumbull, Connecticut and passed away on February 29, 2020 in Colorado Springs, Colorado and is under the care of Mountain View Mortuary. D&D Beyond OneWorldTree [database on-line]. He was rep. 1664, and had a commissn. It will be seen that in the meantime born in 1760. and died in 1805. In 1673, he became a deputy to the Dutch Commissioners in New York, and was by them commissioned a magistrate for Brookhaven. According to some reports, he had been deprived of medical care and food and suffered an agonizing death on September 20, 1776, and Abraham Woodhull was inflamed against the British by that event. Source: http://dunhamwilcox.net/ny/brookhaven_hist.htm BROOKHAVEN, LONG ISLAND, NY, HISTORY - The History of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time. Millennium File [database on-line]. Memorial; Photos ; Flowers ; Son of Richard Woodhull and Frances Green, husband of Amanda Strong and father of William and Frank Woodhull. Birth. As an amateur, Woodhall won a gold medal at the 1990 Commonwealth Games and bronze at the 1988 … (superscribed) ffor my Loving Kinsman, Richard Woodhull, Esq. In 1663 he represented Brookhaven at the general court at Hartford in an effort to obtain aid against the usurpations of the Dutch. Richard Woodhull passed away in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of his elder brother Richard's death at the early age of 32, Abraham inherited the family home [circa 1690] and farm. Name of parents, place of origin. M v Richard Woodhull was born 9 Oct 1649 in Southhampton, Suffolk, NY. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Richard Woodhull (1490 - 1518) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days. He was married on August 19, 1680 to Temperance Topping He was married on November 20, 1684 in Southampton, N.Y to Temperance Topping, they had 18 children. Woodhull, born in Long Island in 1722, was at the pinnacle of his political career on that fateful day when 15,000 troops stormed the firm-sand beaches of Gravesend Bay. ", The present mentioned in the letter was a heraldic painting of the coats-of-arms of heiresses who married into the Woodhull family. Richard Woodhull; Jemima Larison; Ruth Edsall; Deborah Lawrence; Nathaniel Woodhull and 3 others; Ann Tourneur; Margaret Floyd and Lydia Woodhull « less Richard Woodhull was born on October 9, 1649 in Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, Verenigde Staten, son of Richard Woodhulle and Deborah Dorothy Crewe. thousands of pictures and over a thousand GeneaStars. It had eighteen quarterings of the following families: Woodhull, Foxcote, Chetwode, Sounde, Hokelay, DeLyon, Newenham, Parr, Ros, Clophull, Verdon, Fitz-Hugh, Gernegan, Furneaulx, Grey, Marmion, St. Minton, and Saulsbury. Deborah Wodhull, 2nd gen., born in the year 1654, of whom later. She died after 5 Apr 1691. He died on October 18, 1699 in Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, Verenigde Staten. ), 2nd gen., born October 9, 1649, of whom later. In 1675, he purchased from the Indians 10,800 acres of land in Brookhaven. 1664: The "Old Purchase at South” was made from Tobaccos, a chief of the Unchechaug Indians, which included the western part of South Haven, Brookhaven and Bellport. Captain Richard Woodhull died October 17, 1691 at Setauket, Long Island, and is buried in the Presbyterian churchyard there. [Parents], 2837. Setauket Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Woodhull told Anna to raise a black petticoat on her clothing line to signal Tallmadge's courier, and it turned out to be Caleb Brewster. ), (Hon. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s about Richard Woodhull, Annotation: Date and place of arrival, date and place of naturalization, date and place of church confirmation, date and place of mention on the New World. Nathaniel Wodhull, 2nd gen., born , and died unmarried, June 16, 1680. 1. Woodhull was secretly engaged to Anna Strong in 1773 before his brother Thomas, a soldier in the British Army, was killed while quelling a protest at King's College and his father decided to marry him to his … Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1999, 2000. Marriage Date: 20 Nov 1684 ; Marriage Location: Southampton, Suffolk, New York ; Children: Richard Woodhull III (Ahnentafel No:4 ) Nathaniel Woodhull. In 1785 Mr. Woodhull was one of a committee appointed by synod to form a complete system for the organization of the Presbyterian church in the United States. Source: Colonial Families of Long Island, NY, and Connecticut Being the Ancestry & Kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith, Seversmith, Herbert Furman, (Los Angeles, 1944). He married, presumably before coming to America, Deborah, He died October 17, 1691, at Setauket, Long Island. Brewster told Woodhull that his encounter with him in Connecticut was the first part of the test to see if Woodhull was fit to join the patriots, and Tallmadge's int… ", From: http://www.northshoreoflongisland.com/Articles-i-2010-02-04-82896.112114_Setauket_becoming_selfsufficient_1657_to_1662.html, "In July 1657, Richard Woodhull (1620-1690) purchased land on the south shore of Long Island that connected with the 1655 purchase and gave Brookhaven shorelines on Long Island Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. "[Dorothy Howell] was probably the Dorothy who was married to Richard Woodhull. Woodhull became involved in the revolution around the same time, with Anna convincing him that he should side with the patriots against the British. Richard Michael Woodhull Richard Michael “Woody” Woodhull, 63, passed away at his home on Monday, May 4, 2020. III. Woodhull Nathaniel, born in 1894 and died in Rii leu d Nathaniel and I Woodhull. Find Richard Woodhull in the United States. Richard Woodhull was born 13 Sep 1620 in Theuford, Northampton, England. The motto was that used by the Crewe family, "Sequor nec Inferior. In 1657 a large tract at Mastic was purchased; in 1664 their purchases gave them a vast tract from the Great South Bay to the middle of the island, and for a coat, a knife, a pair of stockings, two hoes, two hatchets and two shirts they secured practically the land along the north shore from Old Man's Harbor to Wading River. He served as major, under General Abercrombie, in the attack upon Crown Point and Ticonderoga in 1758, afterward accompanied Bradstreet against Fort Frontenac, and was a colonel under General Jeffrey Amherst in 1760. "Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York" Emma Ross Howell; Second Edition by Dr. David Faris, 1985. His parents were Edward Woodhull and Mary Robbins Dover, NJ: Theodore Frelinghuysen Chambers, 1895. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. F iv Deborah Woodhull was born BET 1654 AND 1659. {{ mediasCtrl.getTitle(media, true) }} Richard Woodhull was in Easthampton, Long Island, April 29, 1648, when he signed as a witness to a deed there. In 1666 he was appointed one of the justices of the court of assizes, and in 1673 he became deputy to the Dutch commissioners in New York, and by them was commissioned a magistrate for Brookhaven. In 1798 he received the degree of D. D. from Yale. In his free time, he loved to travel, enjoyed target shooting and spending time with family and friends. Deceased persons do not fall within the scope of these legal provisions. Attempted to contact the curator but no response and the information above is locked by them. Richard Woodhull was born at Thenford, North Hampton, England, Great Britain 13 Sep 1620. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. F iii Ann Woodhull was born WFT Est 1641-1670. It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Richard Woodhull (Shamong, New Jersey), born in Medford, New Jersey, who passed away on August 25, 2019, at the age of 67, leaving to mourn family and friends. ", Woodhull Genealogy By Mary Gould Woodhull, Francis Bowes Stevens. Meanwhile, however, the English general organized a court-martial to examine into the affair, when it was found that the execution of Huddy had been perpetrated under instructions from William Franklin, late governor of New Jersey, then in New York, and president of the Associated Loyalists. Thomas Dongan in 1686. Woodhull was a staunch loyalist when the American Revolution began, and his eldest son Thomas was killed in 1773 while serving in the British Army and putting down a riot at King's College. Richard was born in Janesville, WI on March 17, 1957 to Larry and Betty (nee, Schultz) Woodhull. Richard Woodhull passed away on August 25, 2019 in Medford, New Jersey. He is further survived by many relatives and friends. The Geneanet family trees are powered by Geneweb 7.0. F viii Margaret Woodhull was born 30 May 1662. by: Colorado Death Notices Posted on March 3, 2020. The Early Germans of New Jersey, Their History, Churches and Genealogies. Richard H. Woodhull. Thomas Dongan in 1686. Richard Woodhull. He died 18 Oct 1699 in Brookhaven, NY. his resid. Funeral Home Services for Richard are being provided by Bradley and Stow Funeral Home. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Richard Krueger (Woodhull, Illinois), born in Galesburg, Illinois, who passed away at the age of 66, on February 4, 2019. Half brother of Alice Woodhull and Anthony Woodhull, NOTE: Place of burial shown above states "Old Burying Grounds of Presbyterian Church, Southold, Suffolk, NY." Salt Lake City: Heritage Consulting, 19--. Richard is survived by his wife, Brenda Woodhull; daughter, Kriston (Douglas Christensen) Parker-Christensen; mother, Betty Woodhull; sister, Vicki Wall; brother, Gary (Amy Jensen) Woodhull; niece, Gracie Woodhull; nephews, Keith Wall and Evan (Zaklen) Wall; and grandsons, Matthew, Quentin and Ethan. Husband of Dorothy Woodhull and Deborah Woodhull Richard Wodhull, (I. Ann Wodhull, 2nd gen., born in the year 1659, of whom later. My father departed this life Dec. 12, 1679, and as he lived well, soe he had greate joye at his death, with a Longing to leave this world. In 1779 he was called to Freehold, New Jersey, to succeed William Tennent. He surrendered his sword, but was afterward so severely wounded by the troopers that he died in consequence. Geni requires JavaScript! 13 Oct 1788 (aged 75–76) Burial. He was a farmer by occupation. Source citations are included at the bottom of the page. http://www.threevillagehistoricalsociety.org/vanlocke.html Richard Woodhull, one of the most outstanding of Setauket's original settlers, was born on his family's farm in Setauket, overlooking Little Bay, in 1750. This ancestry and the Parr ancestry is shown on chart #12 traced back several more generations. ", "Long Island Genealogy" Woodhull http://longislandgenealogy.com/woodhull/surnames.htm, "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England" James Savage Pub. He died on October 17, 1690 in Setauket, Suffolk, New York, British Colonial America. Major children and living persons must directly contact the, Relationship with Timothy Michael Dowling (Sosa/Ahnentafel #1), , born in 1693 - Long Island, Suffolk Co., NY, deceased in 1768 - Long Island, Suffolk Co., NY aged 75 years old, List of all individuals in the family tree, Born 2 November 1691 - Long Island, Suffolk Co., NY, Deceased 24 November 1767 - Long Island, Suffolk Co., NY, The Millennium File. all related! He was born in England in 1620, and in 1640 came to this country and settled at Lynn, Mass. We encourage you to research and examine these records to determine their accuracy. He was later buried is Setauket, next to his wife, Rebecca and his son, Thomas . In the name of God, Amen, April 16, 1766. in 1659 and foll. He came to this country probably in 1648, on 29 April of which year he witnessed a deed at Easthampton, Long Island. "Woodhull Genealogy: The Woodhull Family in England and America", Mary Gould Woodhull and Frances Bowes Stevens, Henry T. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1904 "Richard Woodhull, (II. Source Bibliography: CHAMBERS, THEODORE FREYLINGHUYSEN. WOODHULL, Richard, colonist, born in Then-ford, Northampton, England, 13 September, 1620; died in Brookhaven, New York, 17 October, 1690. Records may include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names. She died WFT Est 1657-1751. 2. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2003.Original data - Heritage Consulting. Boston, 1860-1862 "WOODHULL, WOODHILL, or WODHULL, sometimes WOODHALL, RICHARD, Brookhaven, says Wood's L. I. but the Conn. governm. Richard Woodhull IV is in the 2nd generation of the family tree for Abraham Woodhull (Ahnentafel #2). I leave to my wife Mary my silver Tankard, and household goods, and 4 cows, 10 sheep, and a riding horse. However, disliking the policies of the Dutch government, he left the western part of Long Island and settled permanently at Setauket, then called Cromwell Bay or Ashford. Source citations are included at the bottom of the page. We are Richard Woodhull (died 1780) was the father of Culper Ring spy and farmer Abraham Woodhull. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. 5. No table-of-contents pages found. He was killed by a Queen's Ranger during an exchange trading himself and Abe for Caleb Brewster. "Woodhull Genealogy: The Woodhull Family in England and America", Mary Gould Woodhull and Frances Bowes Stevens, Henry T. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1904 "The Woodhulls in America are the descendants of Richard Wodhull I., who was born, probably, at Thenford, Northamptonshire, England, September 13, 1620. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Published: NY Lewis Pub. We found 13 entries for Richard Woodhull in the United States. In fact, on page 253 of the book "Americans of Royal Descent," by C. H. Browning, this ancestral line is traced back eleven more generations to William the Conqueror. A few days after the disastrous battle of Long Island he was surprised by a body of British light horse near Jamaica. Asgell was accordingly released. She died WFT Est 1651-1744. Son of Lawrence Woodhull, of Thenford and Mary Woodhull from the Col. under its new Charter Gov. Coates Collection bostonpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library Contributor Boston Public Library Language English. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting, Ursprüngliche Daten: Heritage Consulting. Setauket, wh. is nearly opposite to Milford on the continent. His particular knowledge in surveying and drawing conveyances made him of great value in this settlement, and his name was associated with most transactions in this town during his lifetime. aged 76 years old, Birth, death: Dowling Family Tree - Tim Dowling - rootsweb, 2001-2015 - - electronic - I386613. He married 1691. anil died in 1797. Instead, he [Richard Woodhull] was related to Lord Crewe, the Bishop of Thenford, most likely being his cousin. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. This ancestry and the Parr ancestry is shown on chart #12 traced back several more generations. ), 1st generation, born September 13,1620, was the second son and youngest child of Lawrence Wodhull, Esq., of Thenford, Northamptonshire, England. How do we create a person’s profile? ), (Hon. I have enclosed the papers you desire. Richard Woodhull came to this country probably in 1648, on 29 April of which year he witnessed a deed at Easthampton, LI, NY. Co. 1902. He held the WBC super-middleweight title from 1998 to 1999, as well as the Commonwealth middleweight title from 1992 to 1995, and the European middleweight title from 1995 to 1996. Note: The tombstones of Richard Wodhull I., and Richard Wodhull II., with those of their wives, were ruthlessly destroyed during the Revolutionary War. I was heartily glad to find yr letter, that it hath pleased God to blesse and prosper your family, and that you received the small present I sent you sometime since wh I thought had been lost. Source: Woodhull Genealogy, the Woodhull family in England and America, Woodhull, Mary Gould, (H. T. Coats & Co., Philadelphia, 1904.). 24 October, 1824, was graduated at Princeton in 1764, entered the ministry, and in 1777 occupied the Black River (now Chester) pulpit, Morris County, New Jersey He was a member of the Provincial congress of New Jersey which met at Burlington, 9 June, 1776, deposed Governor William Franklin, the last royal governor, and framed the first constitution of New Jersey, 2 July, 1776, and of the convention that met at Trenton on 11 December, 1787, and adopted the United States constitution.--William's brother, John, clergyman, born in Miller's Place, Long Island, New York, 26 January, 1744; died in Freehold, New Jersey, 22 November, 1824, was graduated at Princeton in 1766, pursued theological studies with the Reverend John Blair, of Faggs Manor, Pennsylvania, and was ordained pastor of Lea-cock Presbyterian church, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1 August, 1770, where he remained ten years. John Woodhull, D.D., Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Freehold, New Jersey, by Rev. Richard Woodhull II Birth: Oct. 9, 1649, Brookhaven Suffolk County, New York Death: Oct. 18, 1699, Brookhaven Suffolk County, New York Parents: Richard Woodhull I & Dorothy Howell Spouse: Temperence Topping Note: "The tombs of these men destroyed by British soldiers in 1777, a reverent son restores in @R150039519@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Get full address, contact info, background report and more! (See Benjamin P. Thompson's "History of Long Island," also "American Ancestry," and many other references.) In fact, on page 253 of the book "Americans of Royal Descent," by C. H. Browning, this ancestral line is traced back eleven more generations to William the Conqueror. Death Location: Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York ; Burial Date: Burial Location: Setauket Presbyterian Church, Setauket, Suffolk, New York ; Spouse Name: Temperance Topping. He was married on March 7, 1644 in Southampton, Suffolk, New York, United States to Dorothie Howell, they gave birth to 1 child. This request, was granted, and Captain Asgell, of the British army, was designated by lot to expiate the offence. ), Setauket Presbyterian Church Grave Stones and Epitaphs from the Churchyard http://www.setauket.presbychurch.org/churchyard.html Woodhull: "Sequor nec Inferior"; Richard; Born in Thenford, England; 1620, Settled in Setauket; Long Island, 1656; Died Oct. 17, 1690; (AE 70); "Every inch a nobleman"; Richard 2nd; Born 1649; Died Oct. 18, 1699; (AE 50); "A Genuine Son of his Father"; "The tombs of these men destroyed by British soldiers in 1777; A reverent son restores in 1901". Richard Woodhull makes the first purchase of land on behalf of the town from local Native Americans. The earliest of these I presume to be with the elder immigrant Richard, the later with his son. millier GeneaStars. The colonial government was suspended in May, 1775, from which time till April, 1777, New York was governed by the Provincial congress, of which General Woodhull was president in 1775, and again in 1776. The road shown at the top of the map leads to the Woodhull farm. Richard was born in Janesville, WI on March 17, 1957 to Larry and Betty (nee, Schultz) Woodhull. He was appointed brigadier-general in August, 1775, and, on the landing of the British on Long Island, put himself at the head of the militia. View Source: Share. They were preceded in death by Bronson Woodhull (Father), Gertrude Woodhull (Mother), Darrin Woodhull (Son), Adam Woodhull (Son). The Dowling Family Tree with a half million relatives, contains Richard Woodhull IV. In accomplishing all this quite a large variety of coats, stockings, penknives, powser and the like was doubtlessly expended, but the Indians were made complaisant in another way, for in 1671 the buyers were told to "take some likers with them to the Indians," and charge the coat to the town. Mary Woodhull has come to a crossroads in her life. He did not immediately take up arms or begin spying, however, and was more placid than some of his friends, who joined the Continental Army at the outset of the war. Afterward at Freehold, in 1782, he wrote to General Washington begging him to retaliate by the execution of one of the English officers, then in his hands, for the murder, without trial, of Captain Joshua Huddy, of Monmouth, whose funeral sermon Dr. Woodhull delivered from the court-house steps to an immense audience from the adjoining counties. Funeral Home Services for Richard are being provided by Purath-Strand Funeral Home & Crematory. She died 6 Jan 1741/1742. Shortly afterwards, he lived in Jamaica, Long Island. d'un demi-million, contient des milliers de photos et plus d'un The land had been in the family since Richard Woodhull, immigrant, came to Setauket, sometime between 1655 and 1657. A narrative of General Wood-hull's capture and death was published by Henry Onderdonk, Jr. (New York, 1848), and his journal of the Montreal expedition of 1760 appeared in the "Historical Magazine" for September, 1861.--Richard's great-great-grandson, William, clergyman, born in Miller's Place, Long Island, New York, 3 December, 1741; died in Chester, Morris County, New Jersey. Richard Woodhull (died 1780) was the father of Culper Ring spy and farmer Abraham Woodhull. A letter sent to Richard Woodhull dated September 5, 1687 is preserved by his descendants. II. "Descendants of Edward Howell (1584-1655) of Westbury Manor, Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire, [England], and Southampton, Long Island, New York", Marriage 1 Dorothy Howell b: 20 FEB 1619/20 in Marsh Gibbon, Buckingham, England, Married: 7 MAR 1643/44 in Southampton, Suffolk, Long Island, New York 1, Publication: Release date: February 9, 1996, Publication: Release date: August 22, 1996, 2836. He lived at Ronkonkoma Richard Woodhull was born October 9, 1649. of Richard Woodhull were Richard, Nathaniel, born in 1824 and died in 1890. 1712. V. Ruth Wodhull, 2nd gen., born , of whom later. Historical records and family trees related to Edward Woodhull. F vi Lydia Woodhull was born about 1650. 6. Family and friends can send flowers and/or light a candle as a loving gesture for their loved one. His children were Richard, in 1802 and died in 1872. Death record and obituary for Richard Woodhull, Jr. from New York. Emma Ross Howell; Second Edition by Dr. David Faris, 1985. Death. [Parents]. Abraham Woodhull was born on October 7th 1750 in Setauket, New York, on Long Island. 3. Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=100765667&pid=2551. The main source used was the published memorial for Woodhull titled, A Sermon Preached at Freehold, Nov. 25, 1824, on the Death of the Rev. ", Captain Richard and Deborah Woodhull had two sons and three daughters, their oldest child, Richard, Jr., having been born October 9, 1649. 4. Richard is survived by his wife, Brenda Woodhull; daughter, Kriston (Douglas Christensen) Parker-Christensen; mother, Betty Woodhull; sister, Vicki Wall; brother, Gary (Amy Jensen) Woodhull; niece, Gracie Woodhull; nephews, Keith Wall and Evan (Zaklen) Wall; and grandsons, Matthew, Quentin and Ethan. For our country news, take this account. F ii Ruth Woodhull was born WFT Est 1641-1669. He was a man of superior attainments, a practical surveyor, of undoubted personal courage, a. born diplomat and an able executive, all the qualities in fact which were reproduced in the most famous of his descendants, General Nathaniel Woodhull, the Long Island hero of the Revolution. Only three of Dr. Woodhull's printed sermons have been preserved--"The Establishment of the Federal Constitution" (1787); "The Death of General Washington" (1799); and an ordination sermon (1813). Publication date 1904 Topics Wooddell family Publisher Philadelphia : H.T. An obituary is not available at this time for Richard Woodhull Jr.. We welcome you to provide your thoughts and memories on our Tribute Wall. 1, 2000 Parents: John Hallock Woodhull & Alice Sumner Hawley Spouse: Winnifred Haggerty. Sep 13 1620 - Thenford, Northamptonshire, England, Oct 17 1690 - Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, USA, Sep 13 1620 - Thenford, Northampton, England, Oct 17 1691 - Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, Jemima Woodhull, Richard Woodhull, Lydia Woodhull, Nathaniel Woodhull, Deborah Woodhull, Margaret Woodhall, Brookhaven, Suffolk, New York, United States, Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New York, United States, http://jrm.phys.ksu.edu/genealogy/needham/d0001/I2329.html, http://www.northshoreoflongisland.com/Articles-i-2010-02-04-82896.112114_Setauket_becoming_selfsufficient_1657_to_1662.html, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rtegen&id=I01440, http://www.virtualology.com/richardwoodhull/, http://dunhamwilcox.net/ny/brookhaven_hist.htm, http://www.threevillagehistoricalsociety.org/vanlocke.html, http://historical.library.cornell.edu/Dienst/UI/1.0/Display/cul.nys/nys619, http://www.setauket.presbychurch.org/churchyard.html, http://longislandgenealogy.com/woodhull/surnames.htm, http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=100765667&pid=2551, Setauket, Suffolk County , New York, United States, "The tombs of these men [His and his son's] destroyed by British soldiers in 1777, a reverent son restores in 1901", BIRTH: 13 Sep 1620, Thenford, Northampton, England, DEATH: 17 Oct 1690, Setauket, Suffolk, Long Island, NY. "Records of the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY" Brookhaven, NY; 1880 Cornell Library: New York State Historical Literature Collection http://historical.library.cornell.edu/Dienst/UI/1.0/Display/cul.nys/nys619 (A deed of Indian lands was granted to Richard Wodhull by the Sachems Mentauk and Woneco, 20 Jul 1657. My uncle Sol died last yeare and is buried at Hinton; my uncle Thomas a year before; my uncle Nathaniel is still living. It reads: "Sr. I, RICHARD WOODHULL, of the town of Brookhaven, in Suffolk County, "being in some measure of Health." He is further survived by many relatives and friends. The town of Setauket had hardly been founded than addition tracts of land were secured by the colony from the Indians. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family. The name Richard Woodhull has over 12 birth records, 2 death records, 1 criminal/court records, 42 address records, 8 phone records and more. He was killed by a Queen's Ranger during an exchange trading himself and Abe for Caleb Brewster. Captain Richard Woodhull died October 17, 1691 at Setauket, Long Island, and is buried in the Presbyterian churchyard there. Died October 17, 1691, at Setauket, next to his wife, and... Related to Lord Crewe, the Bishop of Duresne ( Durham ) and myself for Thenford Deborah Woodhull was 9! Its success and for the establishment of the British army, was designated by lot expiate... On October 18, 1699 in Brookhaven, in Suffolk County, `` Sequor nec Inferior and.! America by Woodhull, of whom later: Heritage Consulting, Ursprüngliche Daten: Heritage.... ( died 1780 ) was the father of Culper Ring spy and farmer Abraham Woodhull, 1957 to and!, Churches and Genealogies and more, Churches and Genealogies and match historical records that ancestry users have contributed their... Bradley and Stow funeral Home & Crematory of D. D. from Yale ( 1490 - 1518 ) free. 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