OBADIAH HAVENS-6001 (M23 p 243): son of George-502 & Patience (Booth) Havens born 1747 bp Jan 19-21 1755 died Aug 22 1786-7 (R13, 14, 22), married ca 1769.70 Phebe (?) Havens b 1750-1 d Jun 15 1830; she m 2) May 8 1800 Capt. Stephen Howell of Sag Harbor (R14); issue:
Phebe-7001 b May 27 1771 m June 14 1806
John Tiley/Tyler Havens-6032
Clarissa-7002 b Jul 4 1773 m Jan 26 1796 Thadeus Fordham.
Elmira-7003 b Mar 17 1775 d unm Feb 27 1799 ae 23 (R13).
Obadiah-7004 b Feb26 1777 d May 19-20 1817 m Nancy Robertson.
Patience-7005 b Mar 7 1784 d Mar 13 1837 m Aug25 1823 Lewis Howell b Mar 10 1776 d Jan24 1851 son of Stephen & Eunice Howell.George H-7006 b Nov 5 1786 d May29 1858 m Sarah Haynes.
Church records (R22) say that all the children except George-7006 were baptized Oct 18 1786, two months after their father died and shortly before George was born - "children of widow Phebe Havens of Shelter Island."
Obadiah was listed in the Shelter Island census of 1771 for one male between 16 and 60, one under 16, three females over 16, and one under. In the 1776 census for that place he had four males over 16, three females over 16, and three under. As he died in 1786, he was not listed in the 1790 census, but his widow was: two males under 16 and five females, all on Shelter Island.
He signed the Association for Shelter Island in 1775 (R7). He held many town offices - fence viewer in 1774, overseer of the poor in 1776, 1778, 1779, 1781, fence viewer again in 1782, and overseer of the poor again 1784-5.
He died intestate: Feb 7 1787 Obadiah, yeoman, widow Phebe administratrix (R10). His ;tone is in the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church cemetery: August 1787 ae 40; also his Widow's stone: June 1830 ae 80,
GORGE HAVENS-6004 son of George-502 & Patience (Booth) Havens ca 1752 (based on sibling dates), bap Dec 1753 (R22) d before 1790, married Nov 22 1781 Lucretia Denison; no record of issue.
Mather says he was probably from Sag Harbor. He was, however, listed in the Shelter Island 1771 for one male between 16 and 60, one female over 16, and one under 16. The 1776 census him one male over 50, two over 16, one under, two females over 16, one under, putting him in Southampton. He evidently died before 1790, for he is not listed in that census.
JOHN HAVENS-6005: son of George-502 & Patience (Booth) Havens born died Oct 6 1769, but the records (R8, 13, 16), say he drowned Oct 6 1789, ae 34, together with Samuel Stratton and Sidney Havens-6046 .
We have almost no information on him. There is, however, definite confusion with John-538 b about the same time (R14).
Archibald Havens (R23) said this John was probably from Shelter Island.
JONATHAN HAVENS-6006: son of George-502 & Patience (Booth) Havens born ca 1755 (based on sibling dates), baptized Jan 19 1755 (R14) died May 2 1771, married Susannah Horton; issue:
Silas 7772 m Proculah ----: d after
Patience-7173 d after 1750
Salmon Records (R16)
list Joshua Horton as having married "Suaner" Havens Apr 20 1775.
I had difficulty in identifying this woman, and she could have been the
widow of this Jonathan for he predeceased her. If this is true, the Sarah
Havens given as the niece of Jemima (Havens)
Hudson by Craven (R5) could have been the daughter of Jonathan and Susannah above. His will, Shelter Island Mar30 1771 proved May25 1771: wife Susannah, son Silas, daughter Patience, both under age. (R10).
JONATHAN NICOLL HAVENS-6008: son of Nicoll-505 & Sarah (Fosdick) Havens, born Jan 13-18 (Jun 18) 1757 died Oct 20-25 1799 ae 42, unmarried.
He was a very civic-minded citizen, not only of his town but also the state and nation, subject of an extensive tribute by MaIlman. Although he never married, he was very active in public affairs and politics. He first served as clerk of the Shelter Island town board, in 1783; he was elected supervisor in 1787, holding the post and other offices until 1792. In 1786 he was elected to the N.Y. state assembly from Suffolk County, serving until 1795. In 1788 he was a member of the state convention for the ratification of the U.S. constitution. He was a state justice of the peace in 1795. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1797, serving until 1799, year of his death.
He signed the Association in Shelter Island in 1775 (R7). He was listed in the 1790 census there as head of a family containing two males over 16 and two females.
He died intestate, and letters were issued to his sister Sarah Dering, wife of Sylvester; Mary Havens a bondswoman (R10). He is buried in the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church cemetery: November 1799 ae 42 (R8).
Munsell says he was noted as a statesman and philosopher (R19).
RENSSELAER HAVENS-6013 son of Nicoll-505 & Desire (Brown) Havens born Mar 131773 died Feb 81854, married 1) May 9 1799 Anna Jenkins b Dec 9 1780 d Aug 24 1816 da Thomas & Mary (Barnard) Jenkins; 2) Jul 20 1818 Catherine Cebra Webb da Orange & Elizabeth (Cebra) Webb, she b Jan 25 1801 d Apr 24 1897. Issue first marriage:
Gloriana-7007 b Sep 29 1800 m JuL20 1842
Henry Thomas Dering; no issue.
Charlotte Mary-7008 b Sep 5 1802 d unmarried Jan 25 1889.
Rensselaer Nicoll-7009 b Aug 24 1804 d Jul 111876 m Aug 29 1833 Elizabeth S. Dwight b Jul 20 1812 d May 30 1848 da James & Aurelia (Darling) Dwight; no issue.
Henry Watson-7010 b Feb 10 1807 d Jun 22 1873 m Susan Clark d 1870; no issue.
Thomas Jenkins-70ll bJuI 23 1809 d Feb 20 1810.
Sarah Jenkins-7012 b Mar 4 1812 d Dec 30 1882 m Dec 24 1844 Edward Bement, son William & Deborah (Nichols) Bement, they had son Edward.
Issue Second Marriage
Howard Havens-7013 b Apr 26 1820
m Asenath C. Randall.
Frances Maria-7014 b Jul 15 1821 d May 11864 m Dec 4 1839 Rev. Samuel B.S. Bissell; l0ch.
Anna Jenkins -7015 b Jun 25 1823 d May 29 1830.
Catherine-7016 b Jul 24 1827 d Jan 16 1828.
Sylvester Dering-7017 b Mar 3 1829 m Rachel Kay Phillip.
Anna Jenkins-7018b Jul22 1830d Apr 1 1832.
Charles Edward-7019 b May 6 1832 d Mar 7 1865 m Mary J. Tracy.
Katherine Elizabeth-7020 b Aug 6 1839. Mather says she was of Stamford, Conn. (R2).
I have no other information other than that given by MaIlman.
WALTER HAVENS-6018 (M35 p 245): son of Constant-513 & Bethiah (Brown) Havens, born 1757 (R37) died 1840 (R37), m 1) Oct 17 1784 (R16) Hannah Downs died Aug 19 1785 m 2) between 1785 & 1790 Disie Goodale b 1765 (R37) da Joseph Goodale; issue 2d marriage:
Ezra-7021 b 1786 d Nov 201869 m1) Elizabeth
Jagger 2) Rosetta Sinclair.
Bethiah-7022 m Nathan King; no issue.
Walter-7023 b Sep 23 1799 d Apr 8 1875 m 1) Anna Benjamin 2) Sarah Homan 3) Clarissa Benjamin 4) Wid Susan (Downs) Benjamin (R37).
Mehitable-7024 m Joel Swesey; issue: Walter, m Bethia Havens-8O44
Juliet -7025 m --- Swesey.
I have found almost no information on Walter-6018 except the data given above and a negative notation by Mather that he is not Capt. Walter, a distinction he gives to Walter-522. He is, however, found in the 1790 census for Southampton: one male over 16, one under, and three females, confirmed by above statistics. He is also listed there in 1790; one each males over 45, between 10 & 16 & under 10, females over 45, 26-45, 16-26, 10-16, under 10.
GORDON (GURDON CONSTANT) HAVENS-6030 (R32): son of Constant-513 & Temperance (Gurdon) Havens (p 18), born Jul 30 1792 died Feb 3 1870, married 1815 Mary Ann Wilson b Oct 10 1796 d Jun 24 1870 da Andrew Wilson, a private in the N.Y. Militia. Issue:
Temperance Jane-7174 b Feb 5 1816 d Aug
26 1858 m Hance Boggs Crombie in 1848, he b May 1827 d Feb 19 1899; issue:
John Bates b
Feb 22 1857 d Dec 22 1902 m Elizabeth Newell Jun 25 1891; she b Feb 26 1861 d Dec 11 1945; they had: (1) Jean b Apr 23 1892 m John
Fleming McWilliams May 8 1919 b May 3 1889 d Nov 24 1950; issue: Fred Darus b Aug 30 1924 m Emmy Lee Taylor Dec 30 194.8 she b
Apr 24 1927; (2) John Newell b Oct 9 1895 m Oct 20 1920 Kathleen Cann CoIl.
BARRET HAVENS-6031 (R4): son of Jonathan Havens-516 & Abigail (Tiley) Havens, born 1762 Sag Harbor bap Apr 15 1810 Clove Valley, Sussex Co., N.J., died Dec 231845, married Feb 9 l800 Jane Titsworth b Mar 27 1781 d Jan 9 1807; issue:
James C-7026 b Jan 23 1801 d Jun
22 1863 m Elizabeth Potter.
Janet T-7O27 b Dec 23 1806-7 d Sep 18 1838 m Dr. Samuel Marshall of Newton, N.J.; issue: a son and daughter, both died in infancy.
The late H.C. Havens (R4) said that Barret-6031 moved to Sussex County, N.J. in 1782, which means he found his wife there.
JOHN TILEY/TYLER HAVENS-6032 (M38): son of Jonathan-516 & Abigail (Tiley) Havens born 1765 died Jun 25 1839, married Jun 14 18O6-7 (R26) Phebe Havens-7001 da Obadiah-6001, his second cousin once removed; she b May 27 1771 d Feb 3 1850; issue:
Jonathan-7028 d Jan 24 1880 m Wid Cynthia Stanton (Vandervoort) Gleason d Jul 9 1883; no issue.
Frances M.-7029 b 1811 died unmarried Mar
Julia-7030 m Elisha Belcher Sackett; no issue.
Maria F-7155 - mentioned in the will of John-6032.
The Suffolk Gazette (R36) recorded his marriage at Shelter Island and called him "a merchant of Sag Harbor." It said Phebe was the daughter of the late Obadiah Havens. His will, Jan 21 1839 (Liber H p 109) mentions son Jonathan dau Maria sisters Abby Munsell, Jennet & Harriet, also Harriet Munsell; codicil Jun 13 1839 mentions bro Gabriel of New York City, recently dec.
GABRIEL HAVENS-6033 son of Jonathan-516 & Abigail (Tiley) Havens born ca 1765 (sibling dates) d ca 1839 New York City, married Cynthia Stanton; issue:
Harriet-7175 died in infancy.
Mather calls him a noted mariner. He moved to New York City and died there ca 1839, for thewill and codicil of his brother John-6032 provide these facts.
FRANCIS HAVENS-6041 son of James-521 & Elizabeth (Bowditch) Havens, born Nov 16 1763 died Nov 8 1829, married 1) Apr 16 1797 Martha J. Lay b 1778 d Feb 10 1802 m 2)Jun 26 1804 Phebe Payne b 1774 d Oct 20 1805 ae 29 da John & Phebe Payne; m 3) Feb 10 1810 Mary Eldredge born 1782 d Mar 28 1848. Issue first marriage:
Phebe Lay - 7031 died unmarried.
Frances Hand-7034 b Feb 18 1811 d Nov 1879 m Jul 9 1831 Zachariah Rogers, issue: Frances b Dec 16 1834 m Jun 29 1864 Rev. Gordon
Huntington & had 3 ch.; Amelia b Jun 19 1838; Morgan b Jan 14 1840 d Sep 5 1858; Robert b Sep 8 1842 m Jan 1866 Emma deSames &
Henrietta T-7035 b Oct 23 1812
James Monroe-7036 b Aug 10 1814 d Sep 20 1815.
James Monroe-7037 b Jul 17 1816 d Jan 23 1892 m 1) Mary B Cory 2) Cordelia Latham.
Mary Jane-7O38 b Jan 20 1819.
Elizabeth Bowditch-7039 b May 26 1822.
He was a town officer on Shelter Island - fence viewer in 1787, overseer of roads 1793, assessor 1798-9, 1812. In 1812 he was also poundmaster and collector.
GORDON HAVENS-6043: son of James-521 & Elizabeth (Bowditch) Havens born Nov 29 1768 died Mar 16 1825, married Esther Clark b 1772 d Nov 14 1828 (Nov 13 1827, ae 55 R48); issue:
Sarah Frances-7040 b Feb 18 1796 d Sep
11 1843 m 1) Dec 28 1814 William Havens-6051 her second cousin 2) Apr 18
Lester; 5 ch.
Nancy-7041 b Dec 18 1797 m Jun 4 1822 Henry M. Chatfield b 1801 d Mar 29 1867 son Henry & Rebecca (Mulford) Chatfield; 3 children.
Esther-7042 b Feb 22 1800 d Jul 20 1881 m Nov 22 1828 Nathaniel B. Tyndal b Aug 18 1804 d Jun 211877 son Amah & Anna Tyndal; 2 children.
Abigail-7043 b Mar 10 1803 d Jan 29 1871 m ca 1834.5 Francis Burdick b Mar 13 1804 d Mar 14 1886 son Jonathan & Elizabeth
(Vansteiman) Burdick; three children.
Albert Ga/latin-7044 b Jun 4 1806 d May 16 1873 m 1) Elizabeth Valentine 2) Wid Mehitable H. Parker.
James Henry-7045 b Dec 15 1809 d Jun 17 1884 m 1) Mary Jane Phelps 2) Margaret Vanderberg.
Charles Rensselaer-7046 b Dec20 1813 m Priscilla Stills.
He was a fence viewer on Shelter Island in 1793, collector & constable 1796-7 and fence viewer again in 1802.
SIDNEY HAVENS-6046 (R13). son of James-521 & Elizabeth (Bowditch) Havens born May 20 1775, drowned Oct 6 1789 ae 13 in company with Samuel Stratton and John Havens-6005.
DAVID HAVENS-6048: son of James-521 & Elizabeth (Bowditch) Havens, was born June 3 1780, married Aug 2 1801 Mary Mayo; issue:
Sidney-7047 died in 1831
HENRY P HAVENS-6049: son of James-521 & Elizabeth (Bowditch) Havens (p 19), born Dec 13 1782 died Sep 17 1856, married Mar 12 1811 Hannah Corliss b Nov 14 1790 d Oct 4 1872 da Asher & Rachel (Hance) Corliss; issue:
Elizabeth C-7048 b Mar 26 1812 d Oct 1863
m Mar 30 1830 David B. Keeler, b Nov 23 1803 d May 26 1884 son David &
Keeler; 3 ch.
Margaret 8-7049 b Apr 23 1814 d Nov 25 1891 m Sep 1 1831 Theodore Crane, b Oct 8 1809 d Mar12 1871 son Benjamin & Jane(Low)
Rachel C-7050 b Jul 14 1816 d Apr 13 1864 m Jan 25 1833 William C. Russell, b Mar29 1813 d Nov15 1843 son Emanuel & Betsey
Asher Corliss-7051 b Aug 24 1819 d Mar 14 1884 m 1) Rachel S. Chardevoyne m 2) Jane A. Crane.
Henry P-7052 bAug 20 1821 d Dec2 1841
Munsell says he was the father of A.C. Havens and that he left Shelter Island, moving to New York City in 1810, where he married in 1812.
WILLIAM HAVENS-6051: son of Walter-522 & Louis (Tuthill) Havens married Dec 1814 Sarah Frances Havens-7040, his second cousin once removed. I have no further information on him.
REMINGTON HAVENS-6053 (R12): son of Walter-522 & Lois (Tuthill) Havens (Hannah Downs? R14) died Sep 16 1815 Shelter Island, married Jan 13 1802-3 Jemima Tuthill b ca 1781 Oysterponds d Jeremiah (b 1744) & Lois (King) Tuthill; Jemima d Sep 12 1866; issue:
Charlotte Maria-7053 b Sep 14 1803 m Jul
5 1873 Nathaniel Havens-7071 her second cousin by a complicated relationship;
he was son of
Augustus-6073, whose mother, Phebe, wife of Joseph-534 was Phebe Havens-529.
Jeremiah Tuthill-7054 b Apr 26 1805 d Jan 8 1862 m 1) Phebe Foster 2) Eliza Sayre.
Walter-7055 b Apr25 1807 d Mar 20 1869 m Beulah M. Case.
Jemima-7056b Mar 131810 m May 141831 Edward Conkling b Jan23 l8O4 d Aug7 l86O son Henry & Phebe (Conklin) Conklin; 8 ch.
Remington-7057 b Sep 4 1812 d Sep 9 1865 m Anna P. Cartwright.
Louise/Louisa-7058 b Sep 18 1814 d Oct 14 1896 m Feb 7 1839 Elias Woodruff Payne b Jan 30 16 d Sep 24 1881 son Phineas & Hannah (Woodruff) Payne; 5 ch.
Remington was another Shelter Islander. A Remington Havens, mariner, of Shelter Island died interstate and his widow Rebecca was appointed administratrix in 1818 (R10). I have no record of his marrying a Rebecca, and Jemima Tuthill survived him, according to MaIlman. Yet there is a curious temporal accord between his death date and that of the appointment of administratrix.
He was a town trustee in 1814 - but that may have been the other Remington, if such there was.
LODOWICK HAVENS-6055: son of Samuel-523 & Mary (Parker) Havens, born Jan 17 1774 bp Apr27 1774 "son of Mary Havens of Shelter Island" died Nov 11 1854, married Oct 30 1799 Mary Annabal b Oct 15 1782 d Mar 4 1859; issue:
Giles S-7059 b Aug 18 1800 d Dec 3 1843
(Dec30 1847- 1848) m Dec 23, 1824 EstherSherril b Jan 4 1806 d Feb 25 1886,
da Abraham &
Mehitable (Terry) Sherrill; no issue.
Mary P-7060 b Feb 3 1803 d May 5 1826 m Jun 19 1824 Charles Griffing; no issue.
Nancy A-7061 b Jan 15 1805 d Feb 19 1868 m Sep 25 1836 as second wife Horace Manwaring b Mar 6 1805 d Feb 211866 son Adam & Temperance (Dennison) Manwaring; 3 ch.
Lucinda-7062 b Mar 3 1807 d May 16 1885 died unmarried.
Sarahfina-7063 b Mar 10 1810 d Mar 6 1897 unmarried.
Esther S-7064 b Oct 9 1817 d Jul 22 1859 m Jun 23 1840 George Penny b 1816 d Dec 28 1888 son Joseph & Harmony (Squires) Penny; 7
Lodowick was a Shelter Island poundmaster in 1813 and fence viewer in 1814-1815.
STRATTON HAVENS-6059: son of Ezekiel-525 & Mary (Stratton) Havens died 1812, married Feb 26 1808 (Feb 29 - R14) at Sag Harbor Abigail P. Hamilton daughter of Captain Nathaniel Hamilton (R14) issue:
Stratton M-7065 b Mar 19 1810 d Feb 11 1886 m 1) Lydia Ann Chester 2) Widow Elizabeth Flowers.
He died intestate, and letters of administration were issued in 1818 on the estate of "Stratton Havens, mariner, of Shelter Island" to his widow Abigail (R10).
EZEKIEL HAVENS-6064: son of William-526 born 1789 died 1812 married May 10 1810 Roxanna Case b Aug 28 1793 d Feb 17 1863 da GiIlum & Esther (Hand) Case; issue:
Anna Maria-7066 b Mar 3 1812 d Mar 24 1868 m Jun 16 1824 (Jan 4 1829) as 2d wife Charles G Griffing b Feb 2 1802 d Oct 7 1847 son Absalom & Sybil (King) Griffing: five children.
DANI EL HAVENS-6067 (R23): son of John-530 & Rebecca (Smith) Havens born 1770 (based on sibling date) died after 1798, married Mar 4 1798 Phebe Galway (R24).
The Archibald Havens and Osborn Shaw mss (R23) list him before his brother Peter, who was born in 1775. He was a bondsman for the estate of his father, settled in 1798. Nothing else is known of him except what is found in the Havens-Shaw mss, which say he owned the easterly side of Pine Neck. which would put him in Brookhaven - as would be expected, for his father was a Brookhaven man.
PETER HAVENS-6068 (R23):son of John-530 & Rebecca (Smith) Havens, born May 11 775 died May 8-18 1822, married Deborah Bartow/Barteau b Feb29 1780 d May 1 1866 (R23); issue:
Abbie Tuttle-7067 b Mar 111803 d Apr 18
Ann Maria-7068 b Sep 17-18 1809 d May 30 1898.
The Havens-thaw mss CR23) give us the only information we have: he conveyed land in Moriches prior to 1814. He is buried in the Bartow burying ground, South Haven: "Our parents Peter Havens b May 1 1775 d May 18 1822 - Deborah Bartow wife of Peter Havens b Feb 29 1780 d May 1 1866." There is another stone for the two children. He was living in Brookhaven in 1814.
AUGUSTUS HAVENS-6O73: son of Joseph-534 & Phebe (Havens) Havens, born Nov 19 1768 died Jun 4 1830, married Esther Bowditch b 1773 d Nov 14 1828 da John Bowditch; issue:
Caleb-7069 b Feb/Apr 28 1798 d May 28 1798
ae one month (R13).
Sally-7070 b Jun 4 1800 d Nov 141801 ae 1 y 5 m (R13).
Nathaniel T.-7071 b Feb 24 1802 d Jan 4 1862 m Charlotte M. Havens-7053
Joseph Caleb-7072 b Mar 16 1804 m Aug 28 1892 1) Hannah Brown 2) Hannah Brown (?).
Benedict-7073 b 1806 d Sep 9 1849 m1) Phebe ----2)----.
Sarah/Sally Ann-7074 m Sep 11-17 1826 Capt. David Cartwright both of Shelter Island (R1).
Augustus-7O75 mSep 14 1839 Phebe Jennings.
Bethiah-7076 b 1811 d Jun 26 1847 m Feb 8 1831 Sylvanus B. Havens-7154 b 1807 d Nov 16 1847 son Sylvanus-6124 & Rosannah (Bennet)
Havens; 2 ch.
Cynthia Esther-7077 b 1817 d Jun 2 1897 m Apr 3 1873 Orange Petty who died Jun 3 1881; no issue.
It will be seen from the above that this family group was rather more than usual in its intermarriage with other Havenses. The mother of Augustus-6073 was herself a Havens by birth (Phebe-529), and two of Augustus' children married Havenses. We know little about him otherwise except that he was mentioned in the will of his father, 1826.
NATHANIEL S HAVENS-6076: son of Joseph-534 & Phebe (Havens) Havens, born Sep 18 1778 died Mar 24 1829, married Nov 2 1807 at Sag Harbor Abigail Stewart (R14). Issue:
Austin--7078 b 1813 married and had children, several of whom died young (R1).
All we know of Nathaniel is that he was mentioned in his father's will, 1826.
JACOB HAVENS-6077: son of Joseph-534 & Phebe (Havens) Havens, born Mar 25 1783 died Dec 23 1819, married Elizabeth Bennet d Jul 12 1848 (R14) da Jeremiah & Elizabeth (Van Scoy) Bennet; issue:
Phebe Elizabeth-7079 b Nov 16 1809 m Jan
1837 Ezra A. Tuthill: "Phebe E. Havens b Nov 10 1809 Shelter Island m same
place Jan 11 1837
Ezra Allen Tuthill b Mar 4 1812 same place son
Thomas (b 1777 d May 11 1889 same place); issue: Maria Francis May 10 1840, EIIa T Dec19 1842, Joseph Wickham Apr 26 1844" (R12).
Nancy Maria-7080 b pr ca 1811 died unmarried ae 19.
Charles Alfred-7081 b Jan 31 1813 d Jun 22 1864 m Phebe Tuthill.
Jacob-7082 b May 10 1815 m Anna Eliza Hamilton.
JOSEPH CALEB HAVENS-6078: son of Joseph-534 & Phebe (Havens) Havens, born Oct 3 1786 died Jun 17 1842 unmarried. His will 1842 Shelter Island (Liber 4) mentions sister Cynthia, niece Phebe Tuthitl wife of Ezra, Joseph C, Benedict, Bethiah M., Samuel A., Cynthia E., Charles A., Austin S., Charles A., Jacob T., William W., Nancy M., Esther S., Adeline, and Sarah A. Cartwright, and Phebe E. Tuthill (R10). He was an executor of his father's will.
WILLIAM (?) HAVENS-6082 (R14): son
of William-535 & Desire (Havens) Havens is little more than a conjecture.
His father is reported to have had two sons born before 1776, one of them
probably William. We do find a William B. Havens listed in the Suffolk
Gazette (R14) May 7 1808 as having died at Sag Harbor ae 49, and he could
have been this hypothetical William. It is significant that his mother
- if she was his mother -died at Sag Harbor in 1830.
HENRY BOWDITCH HAVENS-6088 (M13 p 165): son of William-535 & Desire (Havens) Havens (p 23), born Oct 13 1780 died Oct 2 1877 married Jan 9 1806 Hannah Sanford Sayre, daughter Capt. David & Jerusha (Wickham) Sayre CR14), b Jan 13 1783 died Apr20 1850; issue:
Wickham Sayre -7083 b Oct 23 1806 d Nov
26 1880 m Sarah W. Darling.
Harriet Elmira-1084 b Aug 23 1809 m Aug 19-21 1827 William Rysam Mulford b Oct 18 1794 d Jul24 1865 son Edward & Fanny (Rysam)
Henry Thomas-7085 b Sep 14 1811 d Jan 4 1812.
Silas Sayre-7086 b Mar20 1814 d May 8 1815.
Mary Parker-1087 b Aug 16 1816 d Jul 2 1888 m Sep 6 1837 Rev. Albert Williams b Apr 29 1809 d Jun 4 1893; 3ch (M13).
Henry Thomas-1088 b Apr 5 1819 m Kate Isaacs, 3 ch (M13).
Caroline-1089 b Aug 2 1821 m Anson Brown b Oct 9 1814 d Jul 16 1892; several ch (M13).
Elizabeth Wickham-109O b Apr 11825 d Jun 7 1827
DANIEL WILLIAM HAVENS JR-6095 (R42): son of Capt. Daniel-536 & Hannah (Nickerson) Havens (p 24), born Sag Harbor May 11783 d Norwich, Corin. Jun 19 1852 m Jan 211805 Desire Howes, issue:
Joseph Howes-7091 Jonathan Col/ins-7092
Hannah Maria-1093 Harriet Desire-1O94
Betsie Howes-1095 Antoinette
Daniel William-7099 bJan 24 1815d Aug 311889 m Elizabeth Maria Heminway.
Information is currently lacking on Daniel and his family, but it has been promised me by a descendant, Edwin Havens of Arleta, Cal.
JOHN BRADIC/BRADDOCK HAVENS-6097 (R28): son of Benjamin-541 & Abigail (Moore) Havens, born ca 1773 (based on sibling dates & census data), married Eunice Gardner m2) ---; issue 1st marriage:
Issue Second Marriage
Hiram-7103 "some years ago a wealthy sugar
planter in Cuba" (R28).
Philena-7104 died young.
John-7105 father of O.P. Havens of Florida.
Susan-7108 died young.
Carrie-7109 m Rev. Hiram Post of Sing Sing, N.Y.
Sallie-7110 died unmarried.
Mary-7111 m William Delamater of New York; they had Sarah, known in later generations of the family as Aunt Sarah/Sadie.
John was an Orange Co., N.Y. man, listed in the 1800 census: two males and two females. In the 1810 census there were two males between 27 and 45, one between 17 and 26, three under ten, one female between 27 and 45 and one over 45. The female over 45 in the 1810 census may have been his second wife, the mother of one of his wives, or some other relative. She was not his mother Abigail, for Abigail was listed as head of her own household (R28).
DAVID HAVENS-6098 (R28): son of Benjamin-541 & Abigail (Moore) Havens born Jul 12-Dec 7 1777, married ca 1802 (estimated from children's birth dates) Elizabeth Aldrich da Silas & Hannah (Williams) Aldrich; issue:
Caroline-7112 b May 16 1803 d 1880 m 1)
----2) 1826 Dr. James McNair Gardiner of Newburgh, N.Y.; issue: Maria A
(m Charles Smith d
May 2 1833), James H. died young, Walter S., Caroline H., Emma Jane (m Charles Steward), James M., Henry C.
David Hylan/Highland-7113 (p 45 ) b Nov 10 1805 d 1869-79 m Nancy H. Buckingham.
Algenette-7114 b Apr 3 1808 m John Cromwell.
Benjamin Franklin-7115 b May 22 1810 d Jan 19 1886 m 1) Margaret E. Groesbeck 2) Hannah Epps Vanderlip 3) Phebe
John Bradic/Braddock-7116 b Apr 8 1812 died single.
Walter Burling-7117 b May 311814 died young.
David-6098 was an Orange County, N.Y. man. In 1807 he bought a small lot in New Windsor. In 1813-1843 he served as inspector of schools for a few terms.
He was not listed in the 1800 census, for he probably was not yet married but was still living with his mother, whose census figures confirm this. He was, however, listed in the 1810 census for one male between 27 and 45, one between 17 and 26, one below ten, one female between 17 and 26 and two below ten. The male between 17 and 26 may have been his mysterious brother Selah, if still living, for his mother Abigail at that time was living alone, according to the census. (R28).
BENJAMIN HAVENS-6102 (R28): son of Benjamin-541 & Abigail (Moore) Havens, born Jan 6 1785-7 died May 28 1877 ae 91, married Letitia Schriver; issue:
Jackson M-7118 he worked for a New York
bank clearing house.
Daughter-7219 she lived in Richmond, Va.
This Benjamin was Uncle Benny, patron saint of the West Point Military Academy. He ran a tavern in the vicinity which was visited by students. A song "Benny Havens-O" was composed in his honor and is still sung by the students. An old newspaper obituary article from the N. Y. Sun of Jun 2 1877 gives him the children listed above.
SELAH HAVENS-6103 (R28): son of Benjamin-541 & Abigail (Moore) Havens, was probably born ca 1790, based on sibling dates and the fact that he was listed last of the children.
My family records say he died unmarried, but there is a complete lack of further information except a mention in the will of his Uncle Nathaniel-544 , who left Selah "all my fast estate." Inasmuch as Nathaniel lived in Moriches, Long Island, and Selah grew up in Orange County - presumably - the bequest seems odd unless Selah had left home and gone to Long Island. None of Selah's siblings were mentioned in the will in question.
Selah was living with his mother at the time of the 1800 census, but he was not living with her in 1810. This may support the possibility that he had gone to Long Island - or he may have died. Also, he may have been living with his brother David-6098 above, who had a male in his household between the ages of 17 and 26, and Selah's age at that time, if I have estimated his birth correctly, would have been in that bracket.
JEREMIAH HAVENS-6106 (R23, 39): son of John-542 & Abigail (Bostwick) Havens, born Moriches Jul 6 1774 died Feb 11 1862 (1864 ae 88) married Mar 6 1795 Bethiah Youngs b Jul 10 1776 d Mar 5 1849 da Deacon (& Capt) David & Elizabeth (Tucker) Youngs of Moriches; issue
Jane-7120 b Sep 23 1796 d Jul 16 1876 m
Jan 21 1818 Joseph Burnett b Jan 23 1793 d Aug 27 1862 son of Joseph L
& Huldah (Ogden)
Burnett; 8 ch.
Nathan-7121 b Sep 23 1798 d Jul 29 1882 m Mahala Wilson.
Abigail-7122 b Jan 16 1801 d Sep 27 1884 m Feb 12 1832 Samuel Lewis; 5 ch (M41).
Betsy-7123 b Mar 6 1803 d Dec 9 1849 m Apr 10 1828 Henry Reed; 6 ch (M42).
David Y-7124 b Dec 22 1805 d Apr30 1885 m 1) Mary Rose 2) Mary L. Carrington.
Mary Ann-7125 b Mar 15 1808 d Jul 19 1810 (Dec 1 1812), bur. Beach Fern Ave. cemetery, Center Moriches (R31).
Augustus C-7126 b Mar 20 1811 d Feb 21869 m Mary Ann Setwart.
Charles W-7127 b Apr 20 1813 d Nov 7 1891 m Mary P. Baldwin/Bouldin.
John S-7128 b Mar11 1816 d Feb 1862 m Mary Ellsworth.
BethiahA-7129 b Mar 19 1818 d Feb 1862 m Feb10 1838 Willard Stewart.
Cornelia Lucinda-7130 b Jul 7 1820 d Feb 1897 m Sept 1854 Henry Terpening. Their son Ira b Jan 1805.
The above record from MaIlman is considerably amplified by information from a Youngs family genealogy (R39). The same source says that Jeremiah-6106 was a carpenter and farmer who was born and married in Moriches and later moved to Jefferson, Schoharie Co., N.Y. after Mar 6 1795. This is confirmed by the Osborn Shaw ms (R23), giving his death date, "leaving a large family." The Young family record (op cit) gives a death date of 1864.
CHARLES H. HAVENS-6110 (R14): son of John-542 & Abigail (Bostwick) Havens, born Dec 4-14 1784, married 1808 at Easthampton Betsy Sherry/Sherrill da Jacob & Recompense Sherry/Sherrill; issue:
Robert Emmet-7131 m Mary Eldridge.
Juliet-7132 died unmarried.
Mary-7133 m Charles Little.
A Dr. Charles M. Havens of Staten Island, who died intestate in 1829, had a brother John of Brookhaven appointed administrator (RiO). If it were not for the difference in middle initials, Dr. Charles could be Charles-6110, for he had a brother John, and that is the only pair of those names I have been able to find in this generation. However, Dr. Charles H. Havens is identified as the Charles H. Havens who was elected to the N.Y. State Assembly in 1818 and 1820. (R49).
COL. JOHN HAVENS-6111 (R19, 20, 53): son of John-542 & Abigail (Bostwick) Havens, born Nov 14 1787 died Apr 24 1850, married Sept 17 1823 Eliza Ketchum born Jan 3 1796 d May 11863; da Scudder & Eliza/Elizabeth (Rose) Ketchum of Huntington; issue:
Jerusha-7134 b Oct 9 1824 d Oct 19 1889
m Apr 10 1850 Willet Green b Jun 12 1824 d 1889 son Isaac & Charity
(Newton) Green; three children.
John Scudder-7135 b Oct 20 1826 m Mary A. Pelletreau.
Sarah Elizabeth-7136 b Jun 30 1828 d May 211923 (1913) m Jul 11857 William Wickham b Oct 5 1819 d Feb27 1881 (R20) son William &
Anna (Reeve) Wickham; 3 ch .
Juliet-7137 b Aug 4 1832 d unmarried May 1 1878.
Charles S-7138 b Aug26 1834 m Nancy M. Williamson.
The title of Colonel is given by the late Osborn Shaw ms (R23). Col. John was a Moriches man (R19).
DANIEL TUTHILL HAVENS-6117: son of Jeremiah-545 & Mehitable (Brown) Havens , born Jun 9 1789 bap Mar 7 1793 (R5) died Feb28 1868, married Feb 1815 Betsy Raynor b Apr 13 1791 d Nov 20 1861 da John & Rebecca (Martin) Raynor; issue:
Hettie-7139 b Jan 18 1817 m Nov13 1836
John-7140 b May 11818 m 1) Phebe Mosier 2) Wid. Netty Petty.
Rebecca-7141 b Nov 18 1819 m May 22 1839 James P. Baker b Jan 18 1817 d May 2 1896 son William & Chloe (Baker) Baker; seven
Jeremiah-7142 evidently died in infancy.
Jeremiah-7143 b Aug 22 1823 d Oct 28 1894 m Mary G. Overton.
Symms/Symes-7144 b Apr 19 1825 m Phebe Okane.
Jerusha-7145 b Apr 13 1827 m William Kingsland; several ch.
Elizabeth-7146 b Nov 5 1829 m Thomas Reeves; four ch.
Matilda R-7147 b South Haven Oct 15 1831 d Oct 23 1907 m Oct 14 1851 Elisha R. Lamb b Mar 12 1832 New London, Conn., d Apr 27 1925;
they had Lily M. (last of 8 ch) b Center Moriches Feb 22 1872 d Oct 10 1949 m Jun 17 1888 Samuel W. Newey b Brookhaven Nov 2 1865 d
Nov 28 1949; they had Lola L. b Mar 29 1903 m Sep 1 1922 Louis A. Lukert, to whom I am indebted for this information on this line.
Mary F-7148 b Jun 28 1833 m Charles M. Howell.
Osborn Shaw (R23) says he lived in Center Moriches.
JOHN SYMES HAVENS-61 19 (R11, 23, 49): son of Jeremiah-545 and Mehitable (Brown) Havens, born 1796 bap Aug 2 1795 (R5) died Apr 6 1864-5 ae 69, married Nancy Floyd Smith b Nov 6 1796 d Oct 17 1874 da Josiah & Sarah (Brewster) Smith; issue:
Joseph Conklin-7149 b Oct 4-8 1818
d Jan 11910 m Jan 11848 Catherine Freeman Ford da Ebenezer & Sarah
Charles Smith-7150 b Aug 12 1820-1 d Dec 9 1880 m Augusta Girard.
Elizabeth S-7151 b 1823-4 d Jan 27 1874 m Henry Getty b 1822 Ireland d 1876; 5 ch.
JuliaA-7152 b 1826dJu1 191827.
Julia A-7153 b Oct 12 1828 d Sep 30 1849 unmarried.
He was president of the Brookhaven town trustees and later town supervisor. He was elected to the state assembly in 1862 and 1863.
SYLVANUS HAVENS-6128 : parentage unknown, m Rosanna Bennet; issue:
Sylvanus 8-7154 b 1807 d Nov 16 1847
m Bethiah M. Havens-7076, whose brother, Nathaniel-7071 also married a
daughter of Remington-6053. Could Bethiah & Nathaniel have married siblings?