(NOTE: after writing the message below, I found a new source indicating that George Hendry's wife was in factborn in 1776 in New York - see http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/curry/469http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/curry/469 - they have her name as Susannah BELYEA, which is consistent with the fact that Hendrick Bulyea's children had begun to use BELYEA as the spelling.This source also shows that a daughter of Susannah and George married a son of David MACDONALDand his wife Jemima Belyea, who was Susannah's cousin).
I have seen the incomplete listings showing SusannaBulyea as having been born in Scotland and I strongly believe that is wrong- that she is in fact the granddaughter of Henry (Hendrick) Bulyea, Henry (born 1717 b. in Tarrytown, NY - died ABT. 15 FEB 1802 in Greenwich, New Brunswick). He was a British loyalist who, with his sons,arrived in Saint John in 1783. As you may know, the Bulyeas of New York (also known as BOULIER, BELJEE, BULYE, etc.) were originally French Hugenots who settled in the Dutch communities after coming to America by way of Belgium, Holland and England and sided with the British in the American Revolution because the British had provided refuge for thethem when they fled France.
Hendrick's oldest son was Jan (John),baptized 9 NOV 1740. In 1765 or 1766 he married Susannah Van Sniffen a fellow resident of the Dutch community at Philipsburg NY. They had nine sons and four daughters including Susannah. By the way, in the official British records of claims by loyalists who fled the US, Jan's name is given as "John Bellia." he served with British forces in New York, was taken prisoner and escaped after six weeks.
After the war, the Bulyea families were resettled first in Nova Scotia and then in new Brunswick.
George HENDRY married his Susanna Bulyea in New Brunswick. I believe that somewhere along the line a Hendry descendant figured that since George was from Scotland, so must have been his wife. In fact I don't believe there is any evidence whatsoever that there were Bulyeas from Scotland in NB at that time ( and based on the fact that BULYEA was a corruption of the French BOULIER - through several Dutch versions - I'm not sure BULYEA even exists as a surname except among the descendants of old Hendrick Bulyea. Of course, everyone in Canada with last name BELYEA and BILYEA is also a descendant).