Did you happen to run across a Jeremiah Brower/Brewer born 1750ish?He married a Margaret Hegger and then a Hannah Thomas, and between the two wives had 12 children:William b: October 1766 in Schaghticoke, NY, Abraham b: 02-01-1773 in Schaghticoke, NY and then with Hannah had Polly/Mary bap 08-13-1776 in NY, Petrus/Peter b:05-27-1781, NY, Jacob b:05-20-1782, Sarah b:04-06-1785 in Center Brunswick NY, Nicholas b:after 1787, Hannah b:after 1786, Martha b:1796 in VT, John George b: 02-05-1792 at Highgate VT, Jeremiah b:08-23-1802 at Highgate VT and Serring b: 1803 at Highgate, Vt. Jeremiah lived in Halfmoon, NY from 1773-1778. He was a Loyalist during the american Revolution. Joined Gen Burgoyne's army before the battle of Saratoga. In 1786 he presented a Memorial to the British Crown, trying to get some compensation for the loss of his farm. He went to Highgate VT and most of his land transactions were in St Armand Quebec. No record of his or his wife's death can be found. Can you or anyone else help find who or where he came and ended up at?