This is a long shot that you are still looking at the forum and that in 10 years you haven't found out more about your VanNoy line.
Elizabeth VanNoy b 11 Nov 1782, m Francis McCormick and died 3 Jul 1842. She was dau of Peter VanNoy and Hannah Conklin.
Peter VanNoy was the son of Benjamin Westbrook VanNoy b. bef. Jun 1724, Ulster Co, NY d. 8 Jan 1867, Orange Co, NY he married Lidia Westfall on 8 Jan 1749, Minisink, Orange Co, NY.
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Benjamin Westbrook VanNoy was baptized Apr 1681 Ulster Co, NY as the only child of Johannes VERNOOY and his 1st wife Ursula Westbrook, Ursula died in child birth or a few months later. Benjamin was raised by his maternal grandparents, Johannes Westbrook and Magdalena Janse Decker. Johannes Vernooy m2 Janneken Louw by whom he had 7 Vernooy children. Benjamin left the Minisink Valley, settled in Sussex Co, NJ and adopted the VanNoy spelling.
Benjamin's father, Johannes Vernooy was the son of Cornelis Cornelissen Vernooy the immigrant, b.abt 1635 in Hollandand m. Annatje Van der Cuyl in New York. Cornelis was the son of Cornelis Jacobsz Vernooy b abt 1581 in Utercht, Netherlands and his wife Anna.
The above Johannes Vernooy was one of 10 children. His older brother, Cornelius Cornelissen, jris linked in the following, research work of Hon. Wm. H. Nearpass, former President of the Minisink Valley Historical Society:
"Cornelis Cornelissen VerNooy, Jr. was born to Dutch emigrant Cornelis Cornelissen VerNooy and Annatje Cornelis Van de Cuyl and baptized at the Reformed Dutch Church at Kingston , NY on January 5, 1679. On November 22, 1702 Cornelis married Sarah Ten Broeck (1679-1716), daughter of Wessel Ten Broeck and Maria Ten Eyck, by whom he had seven children: Maria, Cornelis, Wessel, Jacob, Johannes (died young), Johannes, and Coenraad. Cornelis took over the management of the family estate and grist mill built by his father in the present town of Wawarsing sometime after 1702. He is also listed as a Trustee of the corporation of Kingston from 1705-1706, and as trustee of the town of Rochester in 1730, and from 1738 to 1740. Cornelis is also listed as deacon of the Reformed Dutch Church of Napanoch in 1745." [From: VerNooy Family Papers 1694 - 1870]
The Will of Cornelius Vernooy of Rochester, Ulster Co, NY:
In the name of God, Amen. I, Cornelius Vernooy, of Rochester, in Ulster County. I leave to my eldest son Cornelius one horse, in bar to all claim as heir at law. I leave to Margaret, the widow of my son Conrad, 1/4 of my personal estate during her life, and then to her children, Cornelius, Andries, Simeon, Jonathan, and Cornelia. All the rest of my small estate I leave to my three sons, Cornelius, Jacob, and Wessel. " And my son Wessel is to have a lot lying by a gate standing on the road between my house and the house of my son Conrad, deceased, opposite to the Burying Place, and thence in a straight line in a square, with the division line of the children of me and Johanes Vernooy, to the farm line, and then along the same to the low land, and along the same to a gate in the road that leads to my low land, then up the hill, following a fence, until opposite to the Burying Place, and then along the same to the beginning." I leave to my two sons as many acres of bush land as the lot I formerly gave to my son Conrad for a house lot, which lies near the Warwarsink Church. I leave to my daughter-inlaw Margaret £ of my personal estate, and to my three sons all the rest of my real estate. I make my 3 sons, and my grandson Cornelius, executors.
Dated, January 27, 1759. Witnesses, Cornelius J. Vernooy, Johanes Vernooy, Jr., Andries De Witt.
Codicil, January 16, 1767. My grandson, Simeon Vernooy, being dead, his share is to go to his brothers and sisters. I make Andries De Witt, Esq., Capt. Johanes Bevier, and Cornelius I. Vernooy, executors.
Witnesses, Johanes Vernooy, Nathan Vernooy, Jury Mack. Proved, September 5, 1768, before Joseph Gasherie, Surrogate. [Abstract of Wills, on file in the Surrougates Office, City of New York, Vol. VII, June 6, 1766 - November 29, 1771, p. 409.]