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Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly (b. 1663, d. March 16, 1717/18)Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly (son of Nicholas D'Ailly and Madame Tiebout/Tybout) was born 1663 in Artois, Pas-De-Calais, France, and died March 16, 1717/18 in Duck Creek Hundred, Kent Co, Delaware.He married (1) Susanna (Larue/Leroe) LeRoux on 1685 in Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ, daughter of Pierre LaRoux and Jannetje Gueren.He married (2) Marriette Garrison Degrave on September 23, 1709 in Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen Co, NJ.
Notes for Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly:
On 7 Oct 1693, bought 222 acres from Hendrick Theunis Helling (possi bly
what is now Oradell)
SOURCE: "Some Lesser-Known Huguenots on the Hackens ack," by Howard I.
Durie (from the Bergen County History 1971 Annual)
"On Ap r 24, 1702, he and Jacque Larue, his brother-in-law, purchased from
the India ns a large tract of land at 'Old Hook,' now Emerson and
Harrington Park, a sh are of which was confirmed to son Peter and the
remainder to Jacque Lerue, He ndrick Lerue, Samuel Lerue and Nicholas
LeSueur by deed from Peter Sonmans on June 23, 1727. The family, with the
exception of eldest son Peter, removed t o Duck Creek Hundred, Kent
County, Delaware, where 'John Alley' died in 1718 leaving a Will dated
February 19th, proved March 16th of that year."
WILL Of JOHN ALLEY KENT COUNTY
Kent Co. Delaware Vol ume A-1, page 98 P-4-7.
Dated 19 February 1718 Proved 16 M arch
In the name of God, Amen. I, John Alley of Duck Creek in the County of
Kent upon Delaware being weak. sick of body but sound and perfect memory
thanks be to God for the same and knowing the uncertainty of this life
and that all men must dye doth make this my last will and testament upon
the eart h.
Imprimes First and principally I recommend my soul to God that save it
ho eing through the merits Death and passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus
Chris t to obtain forgiveness, for all the sins and transgressions I have
committed in this life and to inherit Everlasting peace and Salvation
after this life is ended and my body I commit to the Earth to be buried
at the order and Disc ression of my Executors hereafter named.
2nd. After my Just Debts and funeral charges is paid and Discharged all
the Rest and Residue of my Worldly Estate Reall and personall as Lands
goods and Chattells I give Will and bestow in ma nner to hereafter
3rd. Item my will is and I do hereby give to my two Eldest Sons Peter
Alley and Abraham, Alley all my now dwelling plantatio n together with
five hundred of Land which plantation and Land to be divided with a line
Run as near as may be from Dawsons Branch to Irons Branch fair an d
equally my son Peter to have the part that is Westerly of the Division
Li ne and my son Abraham to have that part of the plantation that is
Easterly of the plantation and what there shall be wanting of the
plantation made up the Compliment of five hundred acres of Land as
aforesaid shall be taken on the West side of the plantation and to be
divided betwixt my Sons Peter and Abrah am, it is to be understood by this
my Will that the wood Land shall be includ ed in the five hundred acres of
Land from Branch to Branch as far as the plan tation doth at this present
time Extend Easterly and my Will is that my Sons Abraham and Johanus
Alley shall have an equal and proportional part of the Or chards on the
plantation aforesaid with my Son Peter for five years after my decease
as, also to have free Liberty to take a full part both of them of the
Apple trees In the Nurserys upon the plantation afsd. to plant orchards
fo r themselves at any time within the five years as aforesaid
4th. Item my will Is that my son Johanus Alley is to have three hundred
acres of Land at the Be aver Dam point I freely give and bestow the same
to him and his heirs for eve r.
5th. My will is and I freely give and bestow the same to my two Daughters
Hannah and Mary to their heirs and assignes forever one hundred and fifty
ac res of land to both of them in the pasture point and adjoyning only my
Will i s that there shall be thirty acres of the said point allowed
forever for a Ro ad and passageway to and from the Marshes for all my
children and to secure h ay for their Horse.
6th Item my will is and I freely give and bestow on my son Jacob Alley
the Land and plantation where the French man lived called the Lo ng point
containing one hundred and fifty as al
More About Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly:
Emigration: 1678, Settled in Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ.
More About Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly and Susanna (Larue/Leroe) LeRoux:
Marriage: 1685, Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ.
More About Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly and Marriette Garrison Degrave:
Marriage: September 23, 1709, Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen Co, NJ.
Children of Jean (Jan )Alyea/ D'Ailly and Susanna (Larue/Leroe) LeRoux are:
- Jannetje Allie, b. April 12, 1685, Kinderkamack, Bergen Co, NJ, d. date unknown.
- Sr Allee Abraham, b. 1690, NJ, d. May 08, 1770, Kent Co, Delaware.
- +Peter Allie, b. Bet. 1692 - 1695, Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ, d. 1760, Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ.
- Johannes/John Allie, b. 1693, NJ, d. November 20, 1726.
- Susanna Allie, b. March 10, 1693/94, Hackensack, Bergen Co, NJ, d. 1760.
- Jacob Allie, b. Abt. June 12, 1699, Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen Co, NJ (Baptism), d. October 13, 1766.
- Hannah "Ann" Allie, b. 1702, d. date unknown.
- Maritie Allie, b. Abt. November 05, 1704, Hackensack Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen Co, NJ (Baptism), d. 1785.
- Elizabeth Allie, b. 1706, NJ, d. date unknown.
- Rachel Allie, b. 1708, d. August 01, 1791.