Ismond - - - 2001/May/11 - 14569 bytes
Ismond Esmond Eastman
Line LINKAGE BEGIN nn -> LINKAGE END nn
LB_00 Elizabeth Ismond/Thomas Doughty, Mary Ismond/Elias Doughty
LB_01 Elizabeth Ismond/Jacob Doughty
LINKAGE BEGIN 00 Ismonds/Doughtys
John Ismond 64
mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth
n. 1698 NY, Flushing Census, John Esmond et ux Elizab. Esmond, John, Mary,
Wm. Jewell - Servt. from GJB 19980622 (It was last entry on P99 - could
be more on next).
John 65 Mary 65 Elizabeth 65
<1698 <1698 >1698
Mary Ismond 65
mm 1718 Jun 05 Elias Doughty 66 at Flushing, Queens Co., NY
bm 1692 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
n. some places Eastman
wm on record at NYC
dm 1777 May
n. 1782 Apr 15 New York Gazette-Mercury: For sale by John & Charles Doughty,
the farm of Elias Doughty (dec'd) in Township of Flushing, LI, near the
Great Plains DTV19N4P57
with Elias Doughty 65
John 67 Jacob 67 Charles 67 Mary 67 William 67
b1717 b1718 b1720 b1722 b1725
Joseph 67 Sarah 67 Timothy 67
b1727 b1730 b1732
Elizabeth Ismond 66
mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Doughty 66 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
bm 1695 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
ld 1737 Apr 05 BAV P152
Thomas Doughty and wife, Elizabeth, yeoman, of Upper Freehold Twp.,
Monmouth Co., NJ to Thomas Woodward, yeoman of the same place for #449.10.
Thomas received land from Elias Doughty and his wife Elizabeth on 1738 May
11. [This date is obviously wrong--GJB]
Plot #1 of 180 acres borders Crosswicks Creek; Joseph Arney's land,
formerly John Arney, dec'd.; Thomas Woodward of the John Woodward tract.
Plot#2 of 2 acres bounds Joseph Arney; Thomas Woodward, late John
Woodward. Witnesses: Joseph Arney, Owen Cayne, James Pascoe(s).
1803 Sep 05 recoded by Judge Isaac Smith.
Richard Potts, a Quaker, told that his daughter married Joseph Arney and
Potts identified Arney's signature. Potts said that Cayne was dead and
Pascoe's location was unknown. Thomas and Elizabeth Doughty, according
to Potts, were "dead many years."
AV (next deed) 1782 may 25
Joseph Woodward to Thomas Lewis Woodward of Upper Freehold Twp.,
Monmouth Co, NJ, for #73, the plantation called "Doughties Place."
Bounded by Anthony Woodward, Crosswicks Creek; Samuel Lippincott, et al.
for 182 acres. Witnesses: Andrew Reed, George Harrison.
1803 Sep 05 recorded by Judge Isaac Smith. John Smith, aged about 43 years
[so b. c1760] said he knew Reed. They both worked at Hanover Furnace. Reed
died four years ago [c1799]. Smith knew Joseph Woodward, brother of Thomas
Lewis Woodward and he also knew Harrison, saying they were both dead many
ANALYSIS by GJB:
Apparently, Thomas Doughty and Elizabeth Ismond/Esmond, originally of
Flushing, LI, NY, acquired the land from father Elias Doughty, son of
Elias, son of Rev. Francis Doughty. Thomas Doughty sold the land to
Thomas Woodward in 1737. Thomas died (conjecture) and left the land to a
son, Joseph Woodward (conjecture). Joseph Woodward in 1782 sold the land
to his brother Thomas Lewis Woodward. Anthony could be another brother,
having inherited another part of the original John Woodward tract.
How do all the Woodwards and Smiths and Doughtys connect? I read one
undocumented account that said that Thomas L. Woodward married Elizabeth
Dennis and produced Isaac Woodward. Does that point to a relation to
Isaac Smith? Aside from this deed in far western Monmouth County, Henry
Woodward married Ruth (Cordrey [possibly a second marriage for Ruth
Ireland]) in Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester (now Atlantic) County, NJ.
They have daughters listed in Quaker records in 1749, '51, '54, '56, and
'59. In addition, Richard Smith OF LONG ISLAND appears in Quaker records
in Egg Harbor Twp. Richard had a son Isaac Smith born in 1745 (among
many other children). Furthermore, from the wills of Sarah Doughty and
Gilbert Woodward in 1815 and 1811 (NJA), we find that another Elias
Doughty married Sarah Woodward, daughter of Gilbert Woodward and had
sons William, Elias, and Gilbert Doughty. Gilbert Woodward lived in New
York City and also had a brother John and a sister Charity of Hoboken.
Elias and Sarah Doughty lived in Hoboken, just across the river from New
York. Elias had a brother John from Brooklyn who had a son Charles.
n. removed to Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ.
with Thomas Doughty 66
Thomas 67 Elias 67 Jacob 67 John 67 William 67
b b b b b
Joseph 67 Isaiah 67 Daniel 67 Elizabeth 67 Mary 67
b b b b b
Ann 67 Amy 67
LINKAGE END 00 Ismonds/Doughtys
LINKAGE BEGIN 01 Elizabeth Ismond/Jacob Doughty
Elizabeth Ismond 67
bf 1720 ___ __
mm ____ ___ __ Jacob Doughty 67
bm 1718 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
Flushing, Queens Co., NY
with Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
Isaiah 68 George 68 Caroline 68 James 68 Thomas 68
b1742 b1744 b1748 b1750 b1752
Elias 68 Charles 68
LINKAGE END 01 Elizabeth Ismond/Jacob Doughty
Thomas Esmond _
mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
n. 1732 Nov 02 Thomas Esmond and Jeremiah Fowler of Rye amde bond in the sum
of L2,100 in favor of Samuel Treadwell and Samuel Thorn, both of the said
town, "to save the obligees harmless as sureties for th payment of said
Esmond's debt to Isaac Willett of the Borough of Westchester. Rec. 42:429
ld 1734 Mar 20 LI Families, Hoff P259,P411.
Grantor: Thomas Esmond et ux Elizabeth, of Rye, yeoman.
Grantee: Samuel Treadwell, Gent.
Transaction: L255 for farm
Description: conveys a farm in Harrison's Purchase in Rye, part of the
tract grantor bought Isaac Willett, bounded, easterly, by the middle line
of Harrison's purchase; southerly, partly by land of Christopher
Isinghartt and partly by grantor's land; westerly, by Mamaroneck River;
northerly to grantor's land, making 100 acres.
n. NJ_HOMonC P613-614
1731 Apr 01 Taxable Inhabitants of Upper Freehold "A Tax For raising
Money By order of y^e Justices & Freeholders, for Building A Cort house In
y^e County of Monmouth". A few of interest here:
Thomas Doughty 170 acres
John King 450
Richard Horsfield 250
Thomas Woodward 400
Benjamin Lawrence 950
John Lawrence, Sr. 300
John Williams 100
John Dennis 240
Widow Lawrence 300
Widow Woodward 15
n. NJ_HOMonC P614-616
1758 Oct List of all the Taxables in the Township of Upper Freehold, in
William Eastman 150
John Eastman 330
Robert English, Jr. 110
David English 110
John Fenton 6
Joseph Humphrey 16
John Horsfield 680
Hannah Esmond _
n. From Dotscott\@aol.com 1999 Mar 23 17:56:20 Tue LDS Ancestral File
mm 1811 Jan 01 Jefferson Burr Bingham
bm 1802 Jan 10 to Shubael Bingham _ et ux Elizabeth Brewster _ at Salisbury,
n. Dau Sarah Ann (1833-1861) mm 1853 Nov 25 John J. Lowe
Dau Caroline Elizabeth (1836- )
Son George Washington Bingham bm 1838 Oct 01 mf 1864 Jul 03 Sarah C.
n. I found listings for 40 other Esmonds, most probably too late to be of
interest but can copy and send if wanted by anyone.
I made a copy for Ron of 100 topics for Phila. which can be accessed from
their Family History Library Catalog. Dorothy
n. From Dotscott\@aol.com 1999 Mar 17 17:57:26 Wed
Ethan Doty had Elias (Jr) Doughty m. Elizabeth Hinchman w. 8 ch.
Hinshaw states that NY monthly Meeting shows Elias (Jr.) Doughty wed to
Mary Eastman w. 7 ch.
Hinshaw lists no Ismonds but does have Esmonds, p 11 in his NY Vol.
Eseias (sic), s John, Flushing
Frederick E., s Josepj & Rhoda (Titus), bm 1854 Jan 16 at Fulton NY dm
1904 Nov 09
bPP; m Lulu NASE
Ch: Ethelwynn df1904 Dec 15 ae 20y bPP (both nm)
Jacob, s John, Flushing, d 1735
John, Flushing & ----------
Jacob d 1735
n. source: American Genealogical - Biographical Index appears to list no
ESMOND but does have refs to ISMOND & ISMAN
n. 8 or 9 of listed names appeared in the Gen columns of the "Boston
Transcript" I don't know how one can access this data.
Among others ISMAN lists 2 under NY heads of families, 2 under N.Y.
Marriages and others apparantly are in the Boston Transcript. Given names
listed are Cornelius, Isaiah, Jacob, James, Mercy, Rebecca, Sylvia and
William all mid 17th to mid-18 c.
n. L. I. Eastman family seems to appear quite a bit later. Did find gen.
data and can copy. It does not seem to relate to Doughty from this view.
n. From Dotscott\@aol.com Sat Mar 20 10:17:00 1999 Was digging into Ethan
Doty's "Doty-Doten Family" and found a few marriages:
Peter Doty of Schaghticoke, NY (near Mechanicsville, close to Hudson R.)
mf Catherine Esmond c1800. Had 9 children incl 2 sons - Thomas and Joseph
Sarah Doty, same town, m. 1840, Abraham Richard Esmond, farmer, son of
Watts Esmond & Sarah Gurney. Had 3 ch.
Hester Ann Doty mm Wm Watts Esmond b Queensbury, NY Feb1 1838, son of
Watts and Sarah Gurney Esmond - farmer living Dean's Corners, Saratoga
n. For Eastman: Alphia Perry dau of Abijah Perry and Eleanor Doty, b. prob
Youngstown NY b. Feb 7 1821 m George Eastman in 1849.
n. American Genealogical - Biographical Index (from dms)
Cornelius, 175? NY Heads Fams NY:39
Isaiah 175? NY Heads Fams. NY:127
Jacob 174? NY NY Marriages: 200
James 165? Transcript:1912 Feb 07, 2339
Mercy (Thorne) 174? NY Marriages:200
Rebecca E. 182? NY Ws LaCrosse Mems:40
Sylvia () 165? Transcript:1912 Feb 07, 2339
William 168? Transcript:1912 Feb 07,2339
Aaron 175 Transcript: 1901 Jun 12 4896
Electa Adams Gen:136,182
Elict 175? Transcript: 1901 Jun 12 4896
Hannah 185? NY Transcript: 1926 Apr 12 4065
James 175? Vt Heads Fams. Vt: 27
Letitia 175? Transcript: 1901 Jun 12, 4896
Millah 1768 NY Transcript: 1901 Jun 12 4896
n. From Dotscott\@aol.com Mon Jul 26 10:49:21 1999
Ron I found a casual mention of John Esmond in the very impressive article
on the Thorpe family of Long Island. This is in Vol 2 of Henry Hoff's
edition of Gens. of L.I. Families. Briefly, in speaking of Samuel Thorne,
states: Thorne is in 6th place in the Flushing census of 1698, following
Col. Thomas Willett, Justice Thos Hicks, Major William Lawrence, Richard
Cornell and John Esmond and preceding James Clement and the Dutch
Indication is that if one were near top of list of a census one had wealth
and social standing, etc. This census was found in Vol 1 of Callaghan's
Documents of New York. I will check that Vol if Duke has it to see if
Esmond is mentioned again.
This is the only mention of an Esmond in Hoff's book #2 and of course the
name is spelled with an "i" - Ismond in V1 (Doughty Family). I guess it's
all in how one interprets the handwriting of the clerks who wrote down the
records. Writing of that era is quite a challenge to interpret. Glenn
does pretty well with it.
I hope to be getting out of the house later this week and will photocopy
any other refs and send snail mail.
Was looking through AOL white pages and found addresses and tel #s for 111
Doughtys in NJ. Also found a B.D. Esmond 13205 160th St Jamaica, NY
Tel 718-978-3439. Sorry I didn't write down the zip. There are 27 other
Esmond listings in NY State. Do you access these lists through your
provider? I tried to print out but data was overlaid in a way that blocked
out some of the addresses - mostly the Zips.
1. Soundex I255 Ismond E255 Esmond E235 Eastman
Elizabeth Ismond 66 P2 Elizabeth Ismond 67 P3
Hannah Esmond _ P4 John Ismond 64 P2
Mary Ismond 65 P2 Thomas Esmond _ P4
Doughty, Elias 66 P2 Doughty, Jacob 67 P3
Doughty, Thomas 66 P2 P2, E P2
P4, E P4 P4, J P4
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