Person:Jane Bennett (11)

Jane Bennett
d.Aft 1830
m. 9 Apr 1771
  1. James Bennett1771 - 1828
  2. Elizabeth Bennett1774 - Between 1790 and 1807
  3. Jane Bennett1777 - Aft 1830
m. 2 Jan 1797
  1. Lawrence Sharp1797 -
  2. James Sharp1800-1802 - 1870
  3. Hilletje Sharp1801 -
  4. Joseph SharpAbt 1807 - bef 1870
  5. Betsey Elizabeth Sharp1811 - 1884
  6. Robert Sharp1819 - 1889
  7. Speda Sharp1821 - 1896
Facts and Events
Name Jane Bennett
Alt Name Jannetje
Gender Female
Birth? 1777 Greene, New York, United States
Christening[1] 14 September 1777 Coxsackie, Greene, New York, United States
Marriage 2 Jan 1797 Kinderhook, Columbia, New York, United StatesReformed Dutch Church
to Andrew Lawrence Sharp
Death? Aft 1830

Parents are uncertain; however, there was a Richard Bennett who was made a "pathmaster" in Schaghticoke in 1789 (at the first town meeting). He was probably born about 1760.

Kevin Franklin of Colonie, NY, reports the following:
"I don't know exactly how early the Bennett name appears in our local history, or what association the family has with early Rensselaer County History. I do know the Bennett name is associated with the livestock trade of West Albany in Albany County, and have recently discovered the name associated with some sort of building on a map of the area once associated with raising of livestock in what is now the Village of Menands, Albany County, N.Y., but I have not had the chance to delve into it farther. You might wish to contact the Rensselear County Historical Society and perhaps they would have additional information about Bennett's of Schodack. You will find the Bennett name associated with land in Stephentown, Rensselaer Co., and in Albany County. The name also appears to be associated with the early history of "Canastagione", or that area along both sides of the Mohawk River between what is now Colonie and Niskayuna in Albany County and Clifton Park in Saratoga County. The New York State Library has the original land lease records in their special collections and manuscripts section."

This is probably our Andrew Sharp and Jane.
1830 Census:
Name: Andrew Sharp
Township: Kinsman
County: Trumbull
State: Ohio
1 male 10-14 = Robert 10
1 male 50-59 = Andrew (would be 55)
1 female 5-9 = Speda 9
1 female 10-14 = unknown
1 female 50-59 = Jane

Name: Lourens Sharp
Christening Date: 08 Oct 1797
Christening Place: REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH,KINDERHOOK,COLUMBIA,NEW YORK
Birth Date: 04 Sep 1797
Father's Name: Andrew Sharp
Mother's Name: Jane Bennett
CITING THIS RECORD: "New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962," FamilySearch: [2]

References
  1. New York Births and Christenings, 1640-1962, Secondary quality.

    Jean Bennett -- FamilySearch: [1]. NEW YORK BIRTHS AND CHRISTENINGS, 1640-1962
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number C51055-1
    System Origin New_York-ODM
    GS Film number 974.7 B2N V. 88-91

  2.   All the children marry in Ashtabula, Ohio (except Robert, who marries in Trumbull County, Ohio and Joseph who marries in Wyandot) between 1827 and 1850. The entire family was probably living in Ashtabula or Trumbull during these years. Trumbull is the county just south of Ashtabula.