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DOB: 2 MAR 1735
POB: Somerset Co., N.J.
DOD: c Dec 1822 Will written 26 Nov 1822, probated 23 Jan 1823
POD: Greene Co, TN Based on Will probated 23 Jan 1823, Greene Co TN
Burial:
Spouse:
DOM:
POM:
Father: Benjamin Van Vechten (1686-1747) This needs to be validated. If correct Benjamin (1735-1795 would have been born when his father was 61. Possible, but not particularly plausible.
Mother: Sarah Runyon (1686-?) This connection is questionable. The Sarah Runyon born 1686 is shown by many as having married a "Sutton". Also, she would have been 49 at the birth of Benjamin (1735-1795). It seems likely that a generaton has been skipped, and perhaps Benjamin b. 1686 and Sarah b. 1686 are the grandparents of Benjamin b. 1735.

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ChildListEdit

Name DOB POB DOD POD DOM POM Spouse Notes
Phebe Van Vacter (1766-1821) Joseph Melvin will identifies Phebe Van Vacter as wife of Joseph Melvin.
Joseph identified in will
Curtiti Charles Parler identified in will as wife of Charles Parler






















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RecordsEdit

Greene Co TN Wills 1783 - 1890 by Golden F. Burgner p.146 23 Jan 1823 - Will of Benjamin Van Vector Children: Joseph, dau. Curtiti (sp) wife of Charles Parler (sp), dau. Phebe wife of Joseph Melvin (decd). Exe. William Dodd, John Anderson and George Brown Dated Nov 26 1822 Wit. William Carter, Joseph Brown Signed Benjamin VanVector


Name/Link to Will Date Written Probate Date Source Article Link
Benjamin Van Vector Nov 26 1822 23 Jan 1823 Bugner, ????:146 fide Terry Taylor 2007.01.15
Children:
  • Joseph,
  • dau. Curtiti (sp) wife of Charles Parler (sp),
  • dau. Phebe wife of Joseph Melvin (decd).
Exe.
  • William Dodd,
  • John Anderson and
  • George Brown
Wit.
  • William Carter,
  • Joseph Brown
Signed: Benjamin VanVector

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ReferencesEdit

Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen, 1895. The Early Germans of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies. Dover, NJ, USA: Dover Printing Co.

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