I'm descended from the Germond/Jarman/German/Germains.
We have Golden/Goldings in the line (Hannah Golding, daughter of Daniel Golding of Greenwich, CT, who was married to John Germain of Oyster Bay)
And regarding the Germonds, you mentioned. There was an Isaac Germond of Hempstead, in our line, who transferred to his son, Charles German, in 1721 some of his land holdings in Greenwich, CT. [I am not certain of who Isaac's father was, what time line is your Isaac?) Charles then had a son John, a daughter Mary (Gorman) who married one John Bullis and eventually moved to Armenia (Duchess Co., NY - as did many of the Germond/Germans from Long Island as far as I can tell). Mary and John Bullis cared for Charles' son Charles after his death. Some 40 years later, another Charles German/Jarman (of Greenwich) is captured during the whaleboat raid on Long Island to capture Judge Jones in the Revolutionary War. This Charles is the father of the John Germain mentioned above.
Feel free to contact me directly at brooks.genealogy[at]gmail.com, so we can compare notes further.
Yep, that's some of the right family. [Actually Ralph P. rather than Ralph C. - the transcription from the census sources has been incorrectly reported in the past].
I have a fairly accurate history (you're right, the siblings you have listed do represent multiple families) courtesy of Edward Germain and Luke Travis that I've continued adding to with Bill Delaney. Drop me a line at brooks.genealogy[at]gmail.com if you're interested and we can compare our notes.
I remain very curious about Peacock Point's history prior to the purchase by the Davison family in the early 1900's if you have any info on that as well.
Apologies for the delay. Somehow I missed your posted question.
We believe that Ralph P., son of John and Hannah, was indeed Ralph Peacock Germain.
His son, according to the Cox History on Google Books was Ralph Peacock Germain as well.
Thoughts or insights appreciated,
none in mine (that i know of), Sorry
My ancestors were Dutch and landed in NY in 1650s but were on Long Island by 1700s. Adriaen Hegeman was married to Catherine Garretson. They started mostly at Oyster Bay, Jamaica and Brooklyn but then went to Midwout (sp?) . Any others from Midwout whose Hegeman/Hagemans went to Amwell, NJ by mid 1740s?
I have the intermarriage names but far too many to list. BIG family and lots of children. We can compare here what we have.
Sarah Jones, b. 1703, dau. of Major Thomas and Freelove [Townsend] Jones,
of Oysterbay, gr.-dau. of Capt. Thonius Townsend of Oysterbay and R. I.
|Rebecca Frost died date unknown. She married John Underhill. He died date unknown|
|i.||Anne Underhill was born 3 Dec 1755, and died 14 Dec 1775|
|Anne Underhill (Rebecca Frost1) was born 3 Dec 1755, and died 14 Dec 1775. She married James Carpenter ABT 1775. He was born 12 Feb 1752 in Red Springs, Musketa Cove (now Glen Cove), New York, and died 29 Jan 1820. Red Springs is reference to red spring colony off red spring Ln. Child of Anne Underhill and James Carpenter is:
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