Person:James Cholwell (1)

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  • M.  Catherine Sloan (add)
m. 16 Nov 1787
  1. James Madison Cholwell1794 - 1843
m. 27 Oct 1819
  1. George Ring Chowell1820 - 1883
  2. Catherine Cholwell1822 - 1826
  3. James Madison Cholwell1825 - 1896
  4. Jacob Cholwell1827 - 1864
  5. Thomas Cholwell1830 - Aft 1910
  6. Anna Maria Cholwell1832 - 1847
  7. Sarah Anna Cholwell1833 - 1890
  8. Conrad Ring Cholwell1835 - 1836
Facts and Events
Name James Madison Cholwell
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 15 Apr 1794 New Brunswick, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States
Marriage 27 Oct 1819 Tivoli, Dutchess, New York, United Statesto Anna Maria Ring
Death[1] 27 May 1843 New York, New York, United States
Burial[1] Saint Peter the Apostle Lutheran Church Cemetery, Rhinebeck (town), Dutchess, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Kelly, Arthur C. M. Rhinebeck, New York, death records of the 18th and 19th centuries. (Kinship Books).
  2. Find A Grave, Catharine Sloan Cholwell.
  3.   United States. Adjutant General's Office. Index to compiled service records of volunteer soldiers who served during the War of 1812. (Washington, DC: The National Archives, 1965).

    Cholwell, James M. 3 Reg't (Frelinghuysen's) New Jersey Militia, Private.

  4.   Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.), Mar. 13, 1822; Aug. 13, 1823; Sept. 3, 1823; Mar. 24, 1824; Sept. 8, 1824; Oct. 13, 1824; Dec. 1, 1824.

    July 14, 1820. Caution.--Be particular, that every genuine bottle has "Anderson's Cough Drops," stamped on the bottle : and the directions are all signed by JAMES MELLEN. AGENTS. Dr. Trivett, Poughkeepsie. Dr. Sherill, Hyde Park, Ring & Cholwell, Rhinebeck. Fyler Dibbles & Co., Pine Plains. Dr. Niven, Newburgh.

  5.   Rhinebeck Gazette (Rhinebeck, NY), June 11, 1874,.

    The following persons were elected town officers in the year 1822...Com. of Schools, Nathaniel R. Cooper, James M. Cholwell, John P. Cox.

  6.   Longworth’s American Almanac, New-Year Register, and City Directory (New York, N.Y.).

    1826: Cholwell, James M., grocer, 362 Cherry
    1828: Cholwell, James M., 106 Columbia
    1829: Cholwell, James M., 10 New
    1830: Cholwell, James M., 10 New
    1831: Cholwell, James M., 6 New
    1832: Cholwell, James M., 13 Front
    1833: Cholwell, James M., 21 Pearl
    1834: Little Schuylkill Navigation, Railroad & Coal Company, 22 Merchant Exchange
    1834: Cholwell, James M., 22 Merch. Exchange, h. 240 Grand
    1835: Little Schuylkill Navigation, Railroad & Coal Company, 22 Merchant Exchange
    1835: Cholwell, James M., 22 Merch. Exchange, h. 12 Chestnut
    1836: Cholwell, James M., 106 Hamersley
    1837: Cholwell, James M., 106 Hamersley
    1838: Bussing & Co., Edwin, pock.bks., 80 William, h. 27 Roosevelt
    1838: Cholwell, James M., pocketbks., 80 William, h. 98 Hamersley
    1839: Cholwell, James M., pocketbks., 80 William, h. 98 Hamersley
    1840: Cholwell, James M., pocketbooks, 79 William, h. 98 Hamersley
    1841: Bussing (Edwin T.) & CO., (James M. and George R. Cholwell), fancy goods, 79 William
    1842: Cholwell, James M., daily express, h. 98 Hamersley
    1843: Cholwell, James M., 120 Hamersley

  7.   Commercial Advertiser (New York, N.Y.), May 21, 1827, p. 4., Census Place: New York Ward 8, New York, New York; Roll: 302; Page: 278; Image: 565.

    By order of the honourable Richard Riker, recorder of the city of New-York, notice is hereby given for all the creditors of James M. Cholwell, of the city of New-York, an insolvent debtor, to appear before the said recorder, at his office, in the city hall of the city of New-York, on the sixteenth day of June next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to show cause, if any they have, why an assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not be made, for the benefit of all his creditors, and he be discharged, according to an act of the Legislature of the state of New-York, entitled "An act for giving relief in cases of insolvency," and the acts amending the same. Dated the 26th day of March, 1827.

  8.   United States. 1840 U.Free white males - 5 to 9: 1 Free white males - 10 to 14: 1 Free white males - 15 to 19: 2 Free white males - 40 to 49: 1 Free white females - 0 to 5: 1 Free white females - 5 to 9: 1 Free white females - 15 to 19: 1 Free white females - 40 to 49: 1 Persons employed in commerce: 2S. Census Population Schedule.

    Free white males - 5 to 9: 1
    Free white males - 10 to 14: 1
    Free white males - 15 to 19: 2
    Free white males - 40 to 49: 1
    Free white females - 0 to 5: 1
    Free white females - 5 to 9: 1
    Free white females - 15 to 19: 1
    Free white females - 40 to 49: 1
    Persons employed in commerce: 2

  9.   American For The Country (New York, NY), Feb. 3, 1841,.

    THE EIGHTH WARD TIPPECANOE CLUB, F. A. Tallmadge, Edq, President, will give a Ball on Wednesday Evening, the 17th instant, at the Tivoli Saloon, corner of Charlton and Varick streets. Tickets, admitting Gentlemen and Ladies, can be had of either of the following gentlemen, Committee of Arrangements: ...J. M. Cholwell, corner William and Liberty streets.

  10.   U.S. Civil Services Administration, Official Register of the United States (Washington, DC, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907).

    Sep 1841 - U.S. Treasury Department, customs officer

  11.   The Evening Post (New York NY), Dec. 17, 1841, p. 3.

    NOTICE.--The co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, as Pocket Book Manufacturers, under the name of BUSSING & CO, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The co-partnership business will be settled by George R. Cholwell, James M. Cholwell retiring from the concern. New York, first day of December, 1841. J. M. CHOLWELL. GEO. R. CHOLWELL.

    The subscriber will continue the business of manufacturing Pocket Books, on his own account, at the old established stand, corner of Liberty and William streets, and solicits a continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the old concern. New York, first day of December, 1841. GEO. RING CHOLWELL.