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« on: January 02, 2005, 07:54:35 PM »

We invite you to submit your "Pedigree" for the Post Family Project Patriarch page. (You don’t have to be a test participant to post your family pedigree.)  

There are two ways to make your pedigree available to the project administrator for posting on the Patriarch Page:
1.  Send the pedigree by email directly to carrie@worldfamilies.net in the simplified form described below  (If you send it this way, your pedigree will only be posted on the Patriarch Page, and will not be included in the Pedigree Forum)
Be sure to include
  
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mail address you wish to be posted with the pedigree
                 Kit number of the project participant whose pedigree this is
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ame, birthdate, birthplace, spouse for each generation (direct  male line).

2.  Log-in to post your pedigree on the Pedigree Forum.  By posting your pedigree on the forum, you are making it available for the Project Administrator to post it on the Patriarch Page, along with your contact information, and kit number (or code identity number).



  1. You must be logged in to post on this forum.
    How do I register to post a pedigree?
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  2.  Please include your Kit number or Code Identity number if you have been tested for the project.

  3. Please read the following instructions, then scroll down to the last posting on this forum and click "reply" in order to post your pedigree.

  4. The pedigree for a Surname Project follows your paternal line.  Please post only the information for each generation:


Full Name of Earliest Known Male Ancestor for this Surname
His birthdate
Birthplace
Spouse’s name


(If you are missing any piece of this information, post another bit of identifying information) 


Suggestions for Posting your Pedigree on this forum:


o        Post four pieces of information for each ancestor


o        Begin with the earliest generation


o        Use standard abbreviations:  m=married, b=born, d=died, c=circa, Co=county, VA=Virginia, GA=Georgia, etc


o        Try to keep to one line per generation


o        Include only generations that have this family surname


o        Provide your name and email address as the pedigree provider


o        Provide the kit number and/or project code identity number if pedigree is for a tested participant


o        Use surname with each generation


o        Don’t use all caps


o        Don’t include anyone whose birthdate is after 1910, for privacy concerns.


o        Don’t number the generations 


Scroll down to the last posting on this forum and click "reply". Post your pedigree in the box provided, and click "Post".    


If you do not see a"reply" tab, it means you have lost your log in and will need to log in again in order to post. Go back to the project home page, log in again, and return to the pedigree forum. Login should hold the second time. 


 


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« Reply #1 on: June 15, 2011, 03:35:01 PM »

Lodowyck Corneliszen \Post (Pos)\; b. ca. 1620 Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands; m. Agnietje Bonen

Willem Lodowycksz. \Post (Pos)\; b. Bef. 28 Jul 1652 New Amsterdam, New Netherland; m. Aeltje Theunise \Coevers (Coevert)\

Willem Willemsz. Post I; b. Bef. 21 Jul 1680 Kings Co., Long Island, NY; m. Maritje Janse \Van Cleef (Van Kleef)\

Willem Willemsz. Post II; b. Bef. 07 Mar 1704/05 New York, NY; m. Ida Jacobse Probasco

Christopher Willemsz. Post; b. 04 Feb 1740/41 Hillsborough, Somerset Co., NJ; m. (1st) Madalentye (Post), (2nd) Margret Bergen

Jacob Post, Sr.; b. 16 Sep 1773 Somerset Co., NJ; m. (1st) Mary Stout, (2nd) Jannetie Nevius

Jacob Post, Jr.; b. 20 Jan 1809 Owasco Lake, Aurelius (now Fleming), Cayuga Co., NY; m. (1st) Esther Ann Gregory, (2nd) Betsey Ann Allen

Justus Allen Post; b. 11 Mar 1851 Owasco Lake, Fleming, Cayuga Co., NY; m. Clara E. Rumsey

Otto Walton Post; b. 24 Feb 1880 Scipio, Cayuga Co., NY; m. Harriet May Hoskins

Pedigree submitted by Roger A. Post  owascolake@acsalska.net
Genographic (Y-chromosome) Kit Number:  FW3CNHK644
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« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2013, 12:24:47 AM »

Kit: 276289; Most distant relative: Stephen Post, b 1779, Dutchess County, NY.

We suspect that Stephen Post (b 1779-Dutchess county, NY) was probably a descendant of the Long Island, NY, Post family.  The first record we have found of Stephen Post was was the 1810 census in Saratoga county, NY, though the 1855 NY census says he was born in Dutchess County, New York.  His date of birth is known from the 1850 and 1855 census records, plus a calculation from his age shown on his gravestone. 

Quaker records document that several members of the the Long Island Post family moved to Dutchess county, NY, prior to the time Stephen was born.  One was Stephen Post (b abt 1750), and another was his half brother, Richard Post (b abt 1735).  The last record of Stephen Post was when he left the Quakers in 1774, and he does not appear on any of the US census records.  1790 census records shows Richard and his son Henry in Dutchess county, near where the Quaker meeting hall was located, and the 1800 census shows a both of them in Saratoga county.  Quaker records confirm Richard's and Henry's movement.

The suspicion is that either Stephen Post (b abt 1750), or Richard's son Henry, might have been the father of Stephen Post (b 1779).  Several sources, including Quaker records, the 1905 book "The Post Family" (which has some issues especially with its older references), and "Long Island Genealogy" document some of the information, but do not provide the link.  Currently location, plus family names, and a borderline Quaker connection, are the only connections.

Stephen Post, who was born in Dutchess County, NY, in 1779, is clearly not the son of documented Stephen Post famies from Connecticut, or the son of the Stephen Post in Suffolk, NY (Who appears to have been a different part of the Long Island Post line.

The followihg are the confirmed lineage details. Hopefully DNA, plus other potential records, might fill the gap.

Stephen Post, b 7 April 1779-Dutchess Co, NY, d 18 Oct 1858, m Patience Deuel

Daniel B Post, b abt 1808-NY, d early 1849-Rock County, WI, m Minerva _
Stephen Post. b 20 Jan 1846-NY, d 28 Jan 1910-Salina, KS, bur. Houston, TX, m Melisa Shaw

Ernest Stephen Post, b 29 Apr 1877-KS, d 27 Nov 1970-Katy, TX, m Mattie Williams

Lynwood Post, b 31 Aug 1907-TX, d 26 Dec 1985-Houston, TX, m Neva Louis Meyer
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