Crowder, James 1a

Birth Name Crowder, James 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 2
Gender male

Narrative

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Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 11 February 1749 Kinderhook, New York, British America (11 Feb 1749 is date of baptism.)  
Baptism 11 February 1749 Kinderhook, New York, British America    
Residence about 1776 Tryon County, Province of New York Had cleared 25 of 100 acres along the Susquehanna River; Later claimed loss of £252.17s.6d currency of the Province of New York due to the “Late unhappy Dissentions in America.” 3 3 3 3
Military Service Sep 1777-1780 British America Butler’s Rangers; Was Pvt under Captain William Caldwell 30 Dec 1777 - 24 Oct 1778; Became Lt Col; probably at Battle of Klock's Field, 19 Oct 1780  
Military Service about 1781 British America Served in John Johnson’s Regiment (King's Royal Regiment of New York; aka King's Royal Yorkers)  
Residence 15 July 1783 New Johnstown, Province of Quebec Became part of Upper Canada in 1791; New Johnstown was renamed Cornwall in 1797  
Residence 1784 - 1788 Osnabruck, Stormont, Province of Quebec Within subsequent Upper Canada 3 3 3
Residence 25 March 1784 Province of Quebec Probably within subsequent Upper Canada (Osnabruck)  
Arrival 1786 Canada   4

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Crowder, William
Mother Rous, Hannah
         Crowder, James 11 February 1749
 
Father Crowder, William
    Brother     [Living], [Living]

Families

Family of Crowder, James

  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Crowder, Sarah
Crowder, Catherine
Crowder, Martha
Crowder, James
Crowder, Paul
Crowder, Hannah1798
Crowder, Grace6 November 180629 October 1884