William Schenck/Schanck Jr. & Louise Henriette Van Tuyl(l) (Cranbury, NJ)
Does anybody have further information on the following people? Would be great. Thanks in advance.
Catherine WILL (daughter of ...), born ... [circa 1780/81] at ..., died 16 April 1841 at Cranbury, Middlesex County, New Jersey,
married Ist ... at ... to Charles Herman HALSEY (son of ...), born ... 1768 at ... [in England?], died 3 March 1816 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
married 2nd ... at ... to Captain Wm. Henry Jacob VAN TUYLL.
Children from 1st marriage:
1. Catharina Henriette HALSEY, born 17 May 1801 at ... [Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia?], died 25 Sept. 1854 at Zwolle, Netherlands.
2. Anna Maria Magdalena HALSEY, born 12 Nov. 1805 at ..., died 1 April 1889 at Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; married 20 March 1825 at Batavia, Java, Indonesia, to Joseph WHITE "of Boston" (son of ...), born 15 April 1791 at ... [Boston?], merchant in New York and Java, afterwards Cashier of the Atlas Bank in Boston, died 15 Oct. 1867 at ... [probably Roxbury near Boston].
3. Henry Arnold HALSEY, born 9 March 1809 at ..., baptized Cranbury (First Presbyterian Church) 24 Sept. 1809, died ... at ...
Child from 2nd marriage:
4. Louise Henriette VAN TUYL(L), born 19 Jan. 1819 at ..., died 12 Febr. 1877 at Cranbury, married 5 July 1838 at Cranbury (First Presbyterian Church) to William SCHENCK/SCHANCK Jr. (son of ...), born ... at ..., lived in Cranbury, died ... at ...
I suppose that Charles Herman Halsey came to the States from England because he may have been identical to the Charles Halsey in Philadelphia who asked James Monroe to be appointed as American consul in Hamburg in February 1816. The Halsey family of Gaddesden Estate in Hertfordshire, England, had members who were merchants in Hamburg in the 18th century.