Person:Philip Ring (1)

Watchers
m. Bef 1775
  1. George G. Ring1776 - 1829
  2. John G. Ring1779 - 1872
  3. David A. Ring1781 - 1855
  4. Peter Ring1781 - Bef 1787
  5. Dr Lewis Ring1784 - 1867
  6. Peter Ring1787 - 1851
  7. Philip G. Ring1789 - 1865
  8. William G. Ring1792 - 1829
  9. Conrad Ring1795 - 1869
  10. Anna Maria Ring1797 - 1850
m. 28 Apr 1813
  1. Mary S. Ring1817 -
  2. Alfred G. Ring1818 - 1895
  3. Abram Lewis Ring1821 - 1896
  4. Francis Kingman Ring1823 - 1877
  5. William Canfield Ring1826 - 1900
  6. Hannah Elizabeth Ring1832 - 1848
  7. Richard C. Ring1834 - 1906
Facts and Events
Name Philip G. Ring
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Dec 1789 Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, United States
Christening[1] 17 Jan 1790 Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, United StatesSponsors: Philip Traver, Anna Eckert
Marriage 28 Apr 1813 Red Hook (town), Dutchess, New York, United Statesto Tamma Canfield
Death[14] 23 Jul 1865 North Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States
Burial? North Chatham, Columbia, New York, United StatesNorth Chatham Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Kelly, Arthur C. M. Baptismal records of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Rhinebeck, New York (called Stone Church), 1733-1899. (Rhinebeck, New York: Kelly, 1968).
  2.   New York (State). Adjutant General's Office. War of 1812 Abstracts of Payrolls for New York State Militia ("payroll cards"), 1812-1814, Series B0810 (23.5 cu. ft.). New York State Archives, Albany, New York. Ancestry.com. New York, War of 1812 Payroll Abstracts for New York State Militia, 1812-1815 [database]. Provo, UT: 2013.
  3.   Kelly, Arthur C. M. Rhinebeck road records, Dutchess County, NY, 1722-1857. (Kinship Books), 66, 69.
  4.   Kelly, Arthur C. M. Records of Lutheran Churches of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY area: members, confirmands, & family lists, 1734-1889. (Kinship Books), 55.
  5.   Dutchess Observer (Poughkeepsie, N.Y.), Oct. 31, 1821, p. 3.

    By order of the Hon James Emott, first judge of Dutchess county, notice is hereby given to the creditors of Philip G. Ring, of Rhinebeck, in the county of Dutchess, an insolvent debter, to appear before the said judge, at his office in Poughkeepsie, on the fifteenth day of December next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to show cause, if any they have, why an assignment of the said involvent's estate should not be made, for the benefit of all his creditors, and that the person of the said insolvent may be forever thereafter exempted from all arrest or imprisonment for or by reason of any debt or debts due at the time of making such assignment, or contracted for before that time thought payable afterwards, and also from his imprisonment if in prison, agreeably to an act of the legislature of the state of New York entitled "an act to abolish inprisonment for debt in certain cases."

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

    1823: Ring, Philip, cartman, 243 Spring
    1824: Ring, Philip G., cartman, Houston n. McDougal
    1825: Ring, Philip G., cartman, Wooster n. Prince
    1826: Ring, Philip G., cartman, Wooster n. Prince
    1828: Ring, Philip, cartman, 109 Houston
    1830: Ring, Philip, carter, 123 Amity
    1831: Ring, Philip G., carter, 123 Amity
    1832: Ring, Philip G., carter, 13 Christopher
    1833: Ring, Philip G., carter, 13 Christopher
    1834: Ring, Philip G., 13 Christopher

  7.   United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Census Place: New York Ward 9, New York, New York; NARA Series: M19; Page: 390; Roll: 97.

    Free white males - under 5: 1
    Free white males - 5 to 9: 1
    Free white males - 30 to 39: 1
    Free white females - 10 to 14: 1
    Free white females - 20 to 29: 1
    Free white females - 30 to 39: 1

  8.   Hastings, Hugh; Henry Harmon Noble; and New York. Council of Appointment. Military minutes of the Council of Appointment of the state of New York, 1783-1821. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1975), Vol. 2, 1677-1678.

    1814. DUTCHESS COUNTY. One Hundred and Eleventh regiment--(Anthony De Lamater, lieutenant colonel): Benjamin Van Wagenen, junior, captain, vice G. E. Ring, resigned; William De Lamater, lieutenant, vice B. Van Wagenen, promoted; Philip Ring, ensign, vice W. De Lamater, promoted.

    1816. DUTCHESS COUNTY. One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: Philip G. Ring, lieutenant, vice Delameter, do; Jacob Beam, ensign, vice Ring, promoted.

  9.   Hastings, Hugh; Henry Harmon Noble; and New York. Council of Appointment. Military minutes of the Council of Appointment of the state of New York, 1783-1821. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1975), Vol. 3, 1959-1960, 2387.

    1818. DUTCHESS COUNTY. One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: Captains...Philip G. Ring, vice Vanwagoner, resigned.

    1822. DUTCHESS COUNTY. One Hundred and Eleventh regiment of infantry: Captains...John Elsifer, vice Ring, resigned.

  10.   The Evening Post (New York, N.Y.), Jan. 2, 1835, p. 2., Census Place: Chatham, Columbia, New York.

    DIED. This morning, at 2 o'clock, Mrs. TAMMA RING, wife of Philip G. Ring, of Rhinebeck, after a short illness, aged 40 years. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, at 8 o'clock this afternoon, from No. 13 Christopher st.

  11.   United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Census Place: Schodack, Rensselaer, New York; Roll: M432_586; Page: 418B.

    Jacob W. Miler, 39, M, W, Farmer
    Mary F. Miller, 34, F, W
    Franklin Miller, 12, M, W
    Albert R. Miller, 10, M, W
    Oscar A. Miller, 6, M, W
    George R. Miller, 3, M, W
    Tobias Gardner, 20, M, B
    Philip G. Ring, 56, M, W, Farmer

  12.   New York, United States. New York State Census, 1855, Census Place: Chatham, Columbia, New York; District: E.D. 2; Household: 18; Line: 38.

    Mary S. Miller, 38, F, head of household, Dutchess
    Franklin C. Miller, 17, M, child, Rensselaer
    Albert R. Miller, 15, M, child, Rensselaer
    Oscar A. Miller, 10, M, child, Rensselaer
    George R. Miller, 7, M, child, Rensselaer
    Emma F. Miller, 4, F, child, Rensselaer
    Philip G. Ring, 65, M, father, Dutchess
    Ellen Tiff, 1, F, child, Columbia

  13.   United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schdule, Census Place: Chatham, Columbia, New York; Roll: M653_738; Page: 671; Image: 40.

    Edward Murrell, 52, M, W, Carpenter & Joiner
    Ann Murrell, 50, F, W
    Henry Murrell, 12, M, W
    Rosa Murrell, 10, F, W
    Frank Jones, 6, M, W
    Abram L. Ring, 39, M, W, Carpenter & Joiner
    Philip G. Ring, 70, M, W, Day Laborer

  14. Portrait and biographical album of Linn County, Iowa: containing full page portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with portraits and biographies of all the governors of Iowa and of the presidents of the United States. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1974), Vol. 2: 823.