Here are the references:
The “Historical Directory of Sussex County, NJ” Compiled by Edward A. Webb, 1872 [R203, p 8] has:
“Names of Huguenot-French origin are also found upon the early records of the Minisink region; these emigrants were driven from France, in 1685, by the revocation of the Edict of Nantz. Among these are found the names of Gumaer, Cuddleback, Dekay, DILDINE , and Bevier, well known among us at the present day.”
The Early Settlers of Somerset County NJ
From 1681 to 1699 there had arrived from Long Island the following heads of families, mostly of Dutch extraction.
"At North and South Branch of the Raritan", Andreas Ten Eyck, Abraham Dubois, John Pussell, Josias Classen, Jan Hendrickson, Daniel Sebring, Conrad Ten Eyck, Derrick Van Vegten, Alexander McDowel, Jan Van Siekien, Benjamin Bart, Jacob Stoll, Teunis Van Middlesworth, George Hall, Albert Louw, William Rosa, Paulus Bulner, Lucas Schermerhorn, Pierter Van Nest, Emanuel Van Etten, Johanes Grauw, John Emens, Coert Jansen, George Dildine
It is not certain the place of residence of each of these families. The Sebrings and Harris's live in the vicinity of Bound Brook. Pieter Dumont on the South side of the Raritan, Powelsons near Pluckamin. All of them evidently did not remain permanently, nor did all of them leave descendants. The names of others continue to occur in the records for many years. Most of them are known to have immigrated to Somerset from Long Island, and among them there are several names which indicate a Huguenot origin. Somerset County has had a large infusion of the Huguenot group.
Re: Hans Jacob Dildine born c: 1679
Posted by: Janice McCarty (ID *****5429 Date: April 02, 2007 at 14:26:17 In Reply to: Re: Hans Jacob Dildine born c: 1679 by Michael Miller
I do not have my stuff unpacked so I can't give you the exact names of all the books....just a quick look at my family tree info gave me this info though:
Dotterer/Dodderer info from many sources including: Dr. Wm B. Duttera's book in 1934; The Dotterer Family by Henry S. DottererHenry S. Dotterer has 17 large volumes of papers on the Dodderer family on file at the Historical Society, Locust Street, Philadelphia.-; The Family of Morton McIlvain Dukehart; The 'Eighteenth Century Emigrants, The Northern Kraichgau, by Ann Kunselman Burgret; History of Montgomery County by Theodore Bean; Samuel W. Pennypacker, "History of Germantown"; 'Strassburger Family and Allied Families of Pennsylvania' Book; Rev. Wm. B. Duttera in his book on the "Descendants of George Philip Duddra or Dodderer"; "Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey"
DILDINE, Sampson of Hardwick. 235S - W. 3 Mar 1777; Filed 27 Apr 1777. Wife: (Deceased). Sons: Uriah (oldest, Abram, Samuel, Richard, John, Thomas and Ralph. Daughters: ' Oldest dau', Abigail and Sarah ('youngest dau'). NOTE: Some of the children are minors. Others: Brother, Uriah DILDINE; bro-in-law, Jacob DODDER. Executors: Uriah DILDINE, Jacob DODDER and John ROY. Witnesses: Richard HUNT, Joseph KER and Thomas HUNT.
Lydia Dildine Collins Dodderer- Lenaetje [Lydie] Dildine was baptized March 31, 1731 at the Harlingen Dutch Reformed Church, Montgomery Twn., Somerset County, New Jersey, daughter of Jurge Dildeijn and Annaetje LeFooij.
Samuel Dildine was of Huguenot ancestry from France. They lived near the Yellow Frame Church. He came into what is now Green Township, NJ when the country was a wilderness and settled there.
*Info from FTM Genealogies of New Jersey Families, Vol. I, Hunt Households of Sussex County. Some information was from the book "Sussex and Warren Counties, New Jersey" page 438;
And here is a reference to the Palatines:
“The Palantine Families of New York” by Henry Z. Jones, Jr., Universal City, California, 1985 page 169 - 171:
CATHARINA DILTEYIN (Hunter Lists #135)
Hans Jacob DILTEY, his wife, and 5 ch. Were in the 6th party of Palatines in Holland in 1709 (Rotterdam Lists); they were surrounded on that list by emigrants from the Siegen-Westerwald region of Germany (i.e. Hans Willem SNEIDER, Bernhart Smit, Johan MAU;L). The DILTHEY family was prominent throughout that section, and the name was found at Hachenburg, Flammersfeld, Siegen and Runkel.
Catharina DILDEYIN made her first appearance on the Hunter Lists 4 Aug 1710 with 5 pers. over 10 yrs. Of age and1 pers. Under 10: the entry for 4 Oct 1710 read 2 pers. Over 10 yrs. On 24 June 1711, the family had 6 pers. Over 10 yrs. Of age, and the last entry 24 Dec1 1711noted 4 pers. Over 10 yrs. In the household. The ch. Of Johan Jacob and Catharina(1) Diltey were:
1) Frantz (2) (HJ), living with Hermann DILDEIN and their sister, next to Georg DILLBEIN and his family, at Hackensack ca 1716/17 (Simmendinger Register). The will of Francis DILSINE of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., was written 3 Dec 1750 and proved 26 Feb 1750/51 (N.J. Wills: :ib. E, p. 510), he and wife Maria had issue:
i) Maria (3), bapt. 9 Oct 1720 - sp.: Jurie Tildey and wife Annatje (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.)
ii) Catharina(3),bapt. 15 Nov 1724 (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.)
iii) “A Child”, bapt. 5 Oct 1735 (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.)
iv) Magdalena(3) bapt. 31 Dec 1738 - Sp.: Maria DILDEN (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.)
v) Johannes(3), bapt. 27 mar 1743 - sp.: Laurens WILLIAMSON and Maria DILDIN (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.)
vi) Abraham (3) (Will)
vii) Elisabetha(3) (Will)
2) Georg(2) (HJ), joined th N.Y. City Ref. Church as JohS Georgius PILDAY 27 May 1712. Georg DILLBEIN, his wife, and 1 child were at Hackensack ca 1716/17 (Simmendinger Register). He and wife Christiana had a daughter:
i) Elisabetha(3), bpt. 25 Mar 1722(Readington Ref Chbk.)
He and wife Anna LEFOOIJ had a daughter:
ii) Magdalena(3), bpt. 31 Mar 1731 - sp.: Christian HERSEL and Lena REDDIX (Harlingen Ref. Chbk.).
3) Hermann(3) (HJ), joined the N.Y. City Ref. Church as Johs Hermannus PILDAY 27 May 1712 with letters from Germany. Hermann DILDEIN was listed with Frantz DILBEIN and their sister at Hackensack ca. 1716/17 Isimmendinger Register). Harman DILDYNE , Ag’d was a freeholder of Lebanon Twp. In 1741 (Hunterdon Co., Freeholders). The will of Herman DILDINE of Lebanon Twp. was dated 16 Oct 1769 and proved 27 Oct 1769 (N.J. Wills: Lib. 14, p. 144). With wife Cere he had:
i) Henrich(3), bpt. 26 Feb 1721 - sp.: Frans TILDEY and wife Maery (New Brunswick Ref. Chbk.).
With wife Jannet De Voor he had:
ii) Saertje(3), bpt. 18 May 1727 - sp.: Jacobus DE VOORand Engeltje SPEETS (Harlinger Ref. Chbk.).
Other ch. Named in the will of Hermann(2) were:
iii) Daniel(3) (Will)
iv) Jane (3) (Will)
v) Eve (3) (Will)
vi) Herman (3) (Will)
vii) Elisabetha (3) (Will)
viii) Rachel (3) (Will)
ix) Catharina (3) (Will)
x) Anna (3) (Will)
An Elisabetha DILTHEYmd. Harmen LEAN by 1745: she may have been the sister of Hermann(2) and Frantz(2) mentioned by Simmendinger ca 1716/17 (HJ). Georg(2) in all probabality was the Uriah DILDINE, whose will dated 17 June 1760 and probated 30 April 1761 was witnessed by a Harman LANE (N.J. Wills: Lb. 10, p. 478)(HJ)
This is not my family so take your pick.Daniel Dildine married Margaret McQuown/McEwen