Looking for help with CHRISTINA DUTCHER 1801-1876
married to Richard B. Clark a desc. of Resolved Waldron of New Haarlem, NY
She is buried in Middleburgh, NY, and had two known sons, John A. and MInard H
Know nothing about her beginnings etc.
I only know that Richard Benjamin CLARK married Christina DUTCHER who was born in 1801...We know that they had 15-16 children, 3 accounted for. We know that they lived in Columbia County, Green County and Schoharie County, NY.
My cousin in New Jersey found Christina living with her son, Minard and his wife in Litchfield, CT.
She thinks that maybe Christina went back there to live possibly at a family homestead. She doesn't understand why Minard and his son, lived in CT, while he supposedly had a business in New Jersey. So she came up with the assumption that Christina went back to the family home and her son Minard etc. followed.
There is a Richard and Christina Clark buried in Middleburgh Cemetery, NY, we are not sure if they are ours or someone else. Don't understand, if she died in CT, why bury them/her in NY.
Have so many loose ends.
I am from Troy, NY, and never knew any Dutchers while growing up...and never went to school with any. I don't know where you are from or familar with, but Wynantskill is just outside of Troy.
Seeking information about family of Richard B. CLARK b. abt 1795 m. to Christine DUTCHER b. abt 1801 in Green Co., NY d. 1876 in Schoharie Co., NY. Child: Minard H. b. 1827 in Green or Columbia Co., NY d. 1912 in Winchester, CT m. to Euphrasia Anna "Rebecca" GILBERT b. 1829 in Schoharie Co., NY d. 1898. Their children: Mortimore b. 1845, Lansing, Orzell b. 1858 and Charles Carleton b. 1856. All were born in Schoharie Co., NY.
Seeking info re Richard B. Clark b 18JAN1795 New York City, m 1819 Christina DUTCHER. Christina b 1801 Columbia Co NY, d 1876 bur Middleburgh Cem NY. They lived Albany & Schoharie Cos NY area, had 15 ch. Known ch: Minard b 1827, John b 1828, William b 1829, Permelia b 1838, Edward b 1842, Rachel b 1829, Christina b 1844, Angelin b 1845.