John Woolsey (1706-aft1778)

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John Woolsey was born 1706 in Jamaica, Queens County, New York, United States to John Woolsey (1660-1721) and Abigail Stevenson (c1646-1715) and died after 1778 in New York, United States of unspecified causes. He married Mary Sammis (c1710-c1773) 15 December 1730 in Huntington, Long Island, New York, United States. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of John Woolsey and Mary Sammis (c1710-c1773)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Woolsey (1732-?)
Rebecca Woolsey (1734-?)
John Woolsey (1734-1819)
Lawrence Woolsey (c1739-?)
Zephaniah Woolsey (1740-1807) 3 June 1740 Marlborough, Ulster County, New York 14 May 1807 Greene County, Tennessee Sarah Woolsey (1747-1834)

Isaac Woolsey (1742-?)
Samrias Woolsey (1743-?)
Lemons Woolsey (c1744-?)
Sammis Woolsey (1745-?)

Namesakes of John Woolsey (1706-aft1778)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
John Woolsey (1731-1815)Bedford, Westchester County, New York, United StatesMarlborough, Ulster County, New York, United StatesRichard Woolsey (1697-1777)Sarah Fowler (1698-1789)Chlorine Peck (1731-1816)
John Woolsey (1819-1878)Greene County, TennesseeAtchison County, MissouriGilbert Woolsey (1785-1864)Abigail Mackey Woolsey (1788-1852)Amanda Melvina Faubion (1825-1900)
John Woolsey (1706-aft1778)Jamaica, Queens County, New York, United StatesNew York, United StatesJohn Woolsey (1660-1721)Abigail Stevenson (c1646-1715)Mary Sammis (c1710-c1773)
John Woolsey (1660-1721)Flushing, Queens County, New York, United StatesJamaica, Queens County, New York, United StatesGeorge Woolsey (1610-1698)Rebecca Cornell (1629-1713)Abigail Stevenson (c1646-1715)
John Woolsey (1611-)Great Yarmouth, England, United KingdomGeorge Woolsey (-1629)Frances Roberts (1585-1652)

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