Person:Jacob Ring (1)

Watchers
m. Abt. 1774
  1. Peter Ring1775 - Abt 1775
  2. George J. Ring1779 - 1831
  3. Annetje Ring1782 - 1845
  4. Anna Maria Ring1785 - 1857
  5. Jacob Ring1787 - 1836
  6. Catherine Ring1791 -
  7. Henry Ring1793 - 1820
  8. Getrude Ring1797 - 1843
m. 13 Apr 1806
  1. Lucy Ann Ring1808 - 1824
  2. John Andrew Ring1811 -
  3. William Henry Ring1813 -
  4. Gertrude Barbara Ring1816 - 1855
  5. Pamelia Rosette Ring1818 - 1869
  6. Mathilda Levina Ring1820 -
  7. Catherine Margareth Ring1823 - 1867
  8. Lucy Virginia Ring1825 - 1863
  9. Belinda Palmyra Ring1829 - 1881
  10. Mary Angelina Ring1831 - 1891
Facts and Events
Name Jacob Ring
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 Oct 1787 Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, United States
Christening[1] 02 Dec 1787 Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, United StatesSponsors: David Ring & wife Rebecca
Marriage 13 Apr 1806 Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, United Statesto Levina Diederich
Death? 17 Sep 1836 Watervliet, Albany, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Kelly, Arthur C. M. Baptismal record of St. Paul's (Zion's) Lutheran Church, Red Hook, New York, 1730-1899: also called German Reformed Zion's Church of Rhinebeck, German Reformed Church of Lower Red Hook, First Lutheran Church of Red Hook. (Rhinebeck, New York: A.C.M. Kelly, 1971).
  2.   United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Census Place: Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York; Roll 71; Page: 129; Image 139.

    Free white males - 0 to 10: 1
    Free white males - 15 to 15: 1
    Free white males - 26 to 44: 2
    Free white females - 0 to 10: 2
    Free white females - 10 to 15: 2
    Free white females - 26 to 44: 1

  3.   United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Census Place: Red Hook, Dutchess, New York; Roll: 104; Page 367.

    Free white males - 15 to 19: 2
    Free white males - 40 to 49: 1
    Free white females - 0 to 5: 2
    Free white females - 5 to 9: 3
    Free white females - 10 to 14: 1
    Free white females - 20 to 29: 1
    Free white females - 30 to 39: 1

  4.   National Advocate (New York, N.Y.), May 10, 1817, p. 3.

    NOTICE - The undernamed captains of sloops belonging to Dutchess county, have entered into an agreement, to make their harbour, when at New York, at Fulton's long wharf, foot of Dey-street, North River, viz: Jacob Ring, Red-Hook.