I'm not finding time to check my database against the Cramer book... but thought I'd send along what's in my database in the mean while... majority of this info is from Alma Cramer and Rory Van Tuyl's books....
Descendants of Garret Van Ness
Generation No. 1
1.GARRET1 VAN NESS
Child of GARRET VAN NESS is:
2. i. ALETTA2 VAN NESS, b. Sumit, New York.
Generation No. 2
2.ALETTA2 VAN NESS (GARRET1) was born in Sumit, New York.She married ISAAC VAN TUYL.He was born 24 Apr 1767 in Sacondaga, Hamilton Co, New York, and died 18 Jun 1849 in Schoharie Co, New York.
Notes for ISAAC VAN TUYL:
Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs: Draper
[This information is from Vol. I, pp. 110-113 of Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, edited by Cuyler Reynolds (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911). It is in SCPL's Reference collection at R 929.1
R45. Some of the formatting of the original, especially in lists of descendants, may have been altered slightly for ease of reading.] James Draper, the Puritan, son of Thomas Draper, of the priory of Heptonstall vicarage of Halifax, Yorkshire county, England, was born at Heptonstall, 1618, died at Roxbury, Massachusetts, July 6, 1694. He married,
at Heptonstall, April 21, 1646, Miriam, daughter of Gideon and Grace (Eastwood) Stansfield, of Wadsford, Yorkshire, England. She was born at Heptonstall, November 27, 1625, and died at Roxbury, Massachusetts, January, 1697. James Draper's first residence in America was in Roxbury,
Massachusetts, and there his first American children were born. From Roxbury he removed to Dedham. Later he probably returned to Roxbury, where he and his wife died and are buried. He was made a freeman of Roxbury in 1690.
Miriam, born February 7, 1647, in Heptonstall, England, died in infancy.
Susanna, about 1650, in Roxbury, Massachusetts, married, 1668, John Bacon.
Sarah, 1652, married, May 9, 1669, James Hadlock.
James, see forward.
John, June 24, 1656, died April 5, 1749, in Dedham.
Moses, September 26, 1663, died August 14, 1693, in Boston.
Daniel, May 30, 1665, died in Dedham.
Patience, August 17, 1668, married, March 13, 1689, Ebenezer Cass.
Jonathan, March 10, 1670, died February 28, 1746-47, in Roxbury.
(II) James (2), son of James (1) and Miriam (Stansfield) Draper, was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1654, died there April 30, 1698. He married, February 18, 1681, Abigail, daughter of Nathaniel and Hannah (Dwight)
Whiting, of Dedham, Massachusetts, born in Roxbury, June 7, 1663, died there, October 25, 1721. She was a granddaughter of John Dwight, from whom President Timothy Dwight, of Yale, and other prominent men are descended.James Draper was a soldier in King Philip's war during the year 1675. He
received from his father, part of the farm at Roxbury. This he subsequently sold to John Aldis. He then bought the estate below Baker street, where he, and after his death his widow, kept an ordinary. James Draper and his wife
are buried in the First Parish cemetery at Dedham, Massachusetts.
Abigail, born December 29, 1681; married James Griggs.
Nathaniel; April 2, 1684, died December 30, 1721; married, January 22, 1706, Abigail Lyon.
William, May 15, 1686, died young.
Eunice, June 5, 1689, died June 13, 1714; married, June 24, 1708, Nathaniel Aldis.
James, 1691, died April 24, 1768; married, May 2, 1716, Rachel Aldis.
Gideon, 1694; married, April 22, 1713, Abigail Aldis.
Ebenezer, April 27, 1698, died June 3, 1798; married, May 2, 1723,
(III) James (3), son of James (2) and Abigail (Whiting) Draper, was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, 1691, died April 24, 1768. He removed to Glen Lodge,
a settlement about two miles east of Dedham, afterward part of the latter. He was a captain of the trained band, was elected a selecman in 1746, to serve one year, and again in 1756, to serve two years. He was a prosperous man, a large landowner, prominent in the town affairs of Dedham, and much
respected. He married (first) May 2, 1715, Rachel, daughter of John and Mary Aldis, born March 15, 1690, died May 16, 1717. He married (second), November 12, 1719, Abigail, daughter of Joshua and Elizabeth (Morris) Child, of
Brookline, Massachusetts, born 1698, died November 23, 1767. Child by first wife:
John, born January 29, 1716, died March 10, 1717.
Children by second wife:
James, born September 22, 1720, at Stoughton, died at Spencer, March
2, 1781; married (first) November 1, 1743, Mehitable Whiting; (second) Mrs.
Martha (Burnett) Ward, a widow.
Abigail, December 12, 1721, at Stoughton, died November 3, 1817;
married (first) September 30, 1741, Henry White; (second) March 7, 1750,
Major Asa Baldwin.
John, June 16, 1723, at Stoughton, died November 8, 1745, at Dedham.
Joshua, see forward.
Josiah, April 3, 1726, at Stoughton, died August 18, 1726.
Josiah, September 12, 1727, at Stoughton.
Rebecca, June 30, 1729, at Stoughton, died January 30, 1830.
Mary, September 24, 1731, at Stoughton.
Abijah, July 13, 1734, at Dedham, died November 18, 1734.
Abijah, July 11, 1735, at Dedham, died February 13, 1737.
Abijah, May 10, 1737, at Dedham; died there, May 1, 1780; married
(first) April 8, 1762, Alice Eaton; (second) March 25, 1778, Mrs. Desire
Samuel, December 5, 1740, died November 29, 1750.
(IV) Joshua, son of James (3) and Abigail (Child) Draper, was born at
Dorchester, Massachusetts, December 25, 1724, died at Spencer,
Massachusetts, October 27, 1792. He removed from Dedham to Spencer. He was a
member of the revolutionary committeee of correspondence for the years
1776-77, assessor, from 1765 to 1771, and was considered for those times to
be a wealthy man. He married (first) at Dedham, Massachusetts; April 14,
1748, Abigail Fairbanks, who died February 17, 1762. Married (second) Widow
Sarah Wright, of Brookfield, Massachusetts, who died April 12, 1820.
Children by first wife:
Joshua, see forward.
Sarah, born March 19, 1751, died about 1777; married, May 2, 1771,
Samuel, May 8, 1752; married his cousin, Millie Draper.
Abigail, May 2, 1756, unmarried.
Children by second wife:
Asa, March 11, 1763, died at Claremont, New Hampshire; married, July
19, 1785, Ruth Whittemore.
Simeon, March 27, 1765, married (first), August 24, 1786, Mary
Bemis; married (second), September 10, 1832, Catherine C. Lewis, a widow.
Ira, February 18, 1767; went to sea and was never heard of after.
Joel, June 18, 1769; died unmarried in Otsego, New York.
William, December 9, 1771, died December 30, 1845.
Abigail (Fairbanks) Draper, born December 4, 1724, traced her ancestry to
Jonathan Fairebanke (Fairbank, Fairbanks), who came from Sowerby in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, to Boston, Massachusetts, in the year 1633, and settled in Dedham, Massachusetts, 1636, where he built the noted "Old
Fairbanks House," which is still standing, the oldest dwelling house in New England that has been continuously occupied by the builder and his lineal descendants. He was born in England before 1600. He married Grace Lee. Their
youngest son, Jonathan, was born in England, admitted townsman in Dedham "ye 1 of ye 11; 1654." He died January, 28, 1711-12. He was a soldier in King Philip's war, serving in the first or Mt. Hope campaign in 1675, also in several subsequent campaigns. He married Deborah, daughter of Edward
Shepard, of Cambridge. Their youngest son, Jonathan, was born probably about 1677; lived in Dedham, south parish (now Norwood); married (first) Mary Hartshorn, February 3, 1702, who died August, 1704-05; married (second)Deborah, daughter of Captain Samuel and Mary (Woodcock) Guild, of Dedham, born July 16, 1685, died August 3, 1773. Their eighth child and fourth daughter was Abigail, above-mentioned.
(V) Joshua (2), son of Joshua (1) and Abigail (Fairbanks) Draper, was born in Spencer, Massachusetts, May 25, 1749, died at Westford, New York, May 12, 1839. He lived for many years in Chester, Massachusetts. He was a soldier in
the revolutionary war, serving as a private in Captain Benjamin Richardson's company from Spencer, Colonel Nicholas Dike's regiment. He was at the battle
of Bunker Hill, and at the relief of Dorchester, September, 1776. The musket he carried is still in the possession of the family. His services were rewarded by a government pension. After the war he migrated with his family
to New York state and settled at Westford, Otsego county, where he cleared a tract of land of timber in what was then a wilderness, builta house on it, and engaged in farming. After the death of his wife, 1823, he made his home
with his son Sylvester. He married, August 5, 1773, Mary Pratt, born in Hanover, Massachusetts, January 28, 1750, died of consumption, September 1, 1823,
Bethuel, born August 27, 1774, died March 25, 1814; married Polly Vaughn.
Lucy, January 22, 1776, died November 9, 1811; married Asa Bidlake.
Hazor Enor, September 6, 1777; married (first), September 6, 1803, Hannah Pratt; (second) Mrs. Ruth (Pratt) Lane, widow, and sister of his first wife.
Rufus, January 28, 1779, died January 19, 1822; married Hannah Inglis.
Mary, September 14, 1780, died October 1, 1780.
Abijah, September 3, 1781; married, January 30, 1812, Isabelle Van Tuyl.
Sylvester, see forward.
Joshua, January 23, 1785; married Betsey Vaughn.
Dexter, December 8, 1786; married, August 1, 1816, Oriel Babcock.
Abigail, April 14, 1790, died April 21, 1827; married Reuben Wilder.
Achsah, February 16, 1792, died June 22, 1823, unmarried.
Children of ALETTA VAN NESS and ISAAC VAN TUYL are:
i. MARY3 VAN TUYL, b. 1789; m. EBENEZER DANIELS.
ii. ISABELLA VAN TUYL, b. 17 May 1791; m. ABIJAH DRAPER.
3. iii. GARRETT VAN TUYL, b. 01 Mar 1793, Sacondaga, Hamilton Co, New York; d. 25 May 1891.
iv. RACHEL VAN TUYL, b. 31 May 1795.
v. ABRAHAM VAN TUYL, b. 1797.
vi. EFFIE VAN TUYL, b. 22 Jun 1799.
vii. JACOB VAN TUYL, b. 20 Sep 1801, Sumit, New York; d. 19 Jan 1885; m. CHARLOTTE HICKS; b. Abt. 1813, Sumit, New York; d. Sep 1882.
viii. ISAAC VAN TUYL, b. 13 Aug 1804.
ix. PETER ZEPHANIAH VAN TUYL, b. 15 May 1807.
4. x. DANIEL VAN TUYL, b. 29 Apr 1809.
xi. JOEL VAN TUYL, b. 1811.
xii. ANGELINA VAN TUYL, b. 17 Apr 1813; d. Jun 1896; m. JOSIAH BORAH.
xiii. HENRY VAN TUYL, b. 01 May 1815.
Generation No. 3
3.GARRETT3 VAN TUYL (ALETTA2 VAN NESS, GARRET1) was born 01 Mar 1793 in Sacondaga, Hamilton Co, New York, and died 25 May 1891.He married (1) ORANGE LEMMON.She was born 08 Nov 1791, and died 19 Jul 1855.He married (2) HANNAH ODELL.She died 06 Mar 1977.
More About GARRETT VAN TUYL:
Burial: Old Cemetery, Sumit, New York
Children of GARRETT VAN TUYL and ORANGE LEMMON are:
i. DRAPER4 VAN TUYL, b. 1821; d. 23 Nov 1899; m. BETSEY TABER, 24 Jun 1847; b. Abt. 1822; d. Sep 1875.
ii. JOEL D. VAN TUYL, b. 1823, Schoharie Co, New York; d. 28 May 1899.
iii. JACOB D. VAN TUYL.
iv. PETER VAN TUYL.
4.DANIEL3 VAN TUYL (ALETTA2 VAN NESS, GARRET1) was born 29 Apr 1809.He married HANNA UNKNOWN.She was born 1812.
Children of DANIEL VAN TUYL and HANNA UNKNOWN are:
i. MAY4 VAN TUYL, b. 1835.
ii. EVELINE VAN TUYL, b. 1837.
iii. JULIA VAN TUYL, b. 1841.
iv. ELVIRA VAN TUYL, b. 1843.
v. VAN NESS VAN TUYL, b. 1845.