In either case, the process was complicated., was admitted to the bar, and practiced in Albany. Verplanck Colvin, superintendent of the New York State Land Survey, was born in Albany, New York, January 4, 1847. Andrew James Colvin, who was born at Coeymans, Albany county, New York, April 30, 1808, and died at Albany, July 8, 1889.Senator Colvin married, in Trinity Church, Newark, New Jersey, September 2, 1845, Margaret Crane Alling, born at Newark, New Jersey, March 19, 1812, died in Albany, New York, June 25, 1900.q=cache:b Wext GKOJT8J:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_feudal_barony &cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us Wikipedia In the kingdom of The tenure was one which denoted great honour, but also carried heavy responsibilities as the tenants-in-chief were originally responsible for providing knights and soldiers for the king’s feudal army.where the custody of their lands and the right to arrange their marriage passed to the monarch, until they came of age.Andrew James Colvin married, at Newark, New Jersey, September 2, 1845, Margaret Crane Alling, daughter of Prudden Alling and Maria Halsey, of Newark, New Jersey.She was a niece of Colonel John Ford, and related to General Prudden of the revolutionary army, and by marriage of her aunt, Matilda (Rosekrans) Halsey, to General Ebenezer Foote of the Continental army, an old Delaware county family. Davenport proposed to found Yale College, Roger Alling was the first to respond and say he “would send his son” there.
When he died he left 8,500 acres of the Coeymans Patent to each of his four children: Johannes, Ariaantje, Harriet and Isaac Davidse.
She was born in Connecticut, April 25, 1754, and was a descendant of a Mayflower Pilgrim.
They subsequently removed to Coeymans, Albany county, New York, where he died January, 1814.
David Verplanck’s father was Isaac Verplanck, who was baptized June 26, 1641, and married Abigail Uytenbogart.
Isaac Verplanck’s father was Abraham Isaacse Verplanck, of New Amsterdam, who emigrated to that place from Holland at a time when there were only fifteen houses on Manhattan Island, and was commander of the Dutch forces there under Governor Kieft in the first war with the Indians.