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WHEELER
  Julia
  John
  John
  Ephraim
  Joseph
  Joseph
  Thomas 
of Cranfield
 Richard
 Thomas
 John

HOLBROOK
 Patience
 Richard
 John

CRANE
 Sarah
 Jasper
 Jasper

SWAINE
 Joanne
 Samuel
 William

FOSTER
 Mary
 Nathan 
 Joseph
 Christopher
  in England 
 Bamburgh C 
 Josiah
 Noah

LYON
 Mary
 Joseph
 Henry

PIERSON
 Mary
 Thomas

HARRISON
 Maria
 Richard

BATEMAN
 Elizabeth
 William

LONGWORTH
Elizabeth
Thomas
Thomas
?Francis
?Peter 
Lancashire

ROGERS
 Elizabeth
 John

WOOD
Sarah
James
Jonas
James

FREEMAN
Christian
Joshua
William
William
John

CORDING
Mary
Thomas
Richard

EDWARDS
Mary
John
John
John

WRIGHT
 Ann
 Thomas

 Beale
 Truxton
 Porter
 camels exp

JORDAN

MEBANE

 

Sally's great-great-great-great-great-great-great Grandparents:

Jasper Crane 1651-1712his parents 
& Joanne Swaine 1651-1720
her parents
of East Haven, Connecticut
& 1666 Newark, New Jersey


This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!!

   Jasper Crane, son of Jasper Crane and his wife Alice ______, was born 2 April 1651 in East Haven, CT. 
He removed with his parents to NJ.
In Newark NJ 1684 he purchased property of Robert Lyman who had returned to England.
He was a member of the Assembly 1704 in Cornbury's time & also a magistrate.
He and his brothers John and Deliverance owned seats in the 1st Church in Newark. He was chosen by popular vote to fill office of fence viewer, surveyor of highways, constable, & selectman as well as committeeman, deputy to the Provincial Assembly 1697-1702, to see about settling the minister & the boundary controversy between Newark and Elizabeth.
He received two warrants for land one 27 April 1694 & the other 10 April 1696--120 acres located on branches of the Elizabethtown River.

Jasper Crane has a house lot located on the map of Newark published in 1806 at the corner of High & Market Streets.
He located in the part of Newark called Cranetown, afterwards West Bloomfield, now Montclair. He & brother Azaraith occupied most of the westerly side of town.
He died age 62 6 March 1711/12 in Newark, NJ
His tombstone stood in the Presbyterian churchyard on Broad St, Newark.

Joanne Swaine, daughter of Capt Samuel Swaine and Joannah ______ his wife, was born in 1651.
She died age 69 16 Sept 1720 in Newark NJ.


Children of Jasper Crane and Joanne Swaine:
1. Joseph Crane 1676 - 1726
       married  Abigail Lyon
2. Jonathan Crane 1678 - 1744
      married  Sarah Treat
3. Sarah Crane 1683 - 1736
      married 1707 Joseph Wheeler 1683 - 1727
4. Elihu Crane 1689 - 1732
      married  Mary Plum 1694 - 1762
5. Hannah Crane 1690 - 30 Oct 1726 age 36
     married  Robt. Ogden, Esq 1687 - 20 Nov 1733 age 46
6. David Crane 1693 - 1750
     married  Mary ______ 1695 - 1769


Grandchildren of Jasper Crane & Joanne Swaine:

Children of Joseph Crane and Abigail Lyon:
1. Benjamin Crane 1705-1777
       married Sarah ?
2. Isaac Crane 1709-
3. Ezekial Crane 1711-1794
       married Abigail Baldwin
4. Israel Crane 1713-1785
5. Josiah Crane 1716-1785
       married Jerusha ?
6. Joseph Crane 1717- 
       married Elizabeth Johnson 1729-
7. Joanna Crane 1718
      married 1st Samuel Conger 1715-1752
      married 2nd Joseph Camp
8. Abigail Crane 1727-

Children of Jonathan Crane and Sarah Treat:
1. Samuel Crane 1712-1746
       married Ann ?
2. Caleb Crane 1713-1793
        married Phebe Farrand
3. Elijah Crane 1716-1790
        married  Rachel Beach
4. Nehemiah Crane 1719-1751
5. John Treat Crane
       married  Elizabeth Baldwin d. 1806
6. Mary Crane
        married  Mr. Johnson
7. Eunice Crane

Children of  Sarah Crane and Joseph Wheeler:

Children of Elihu Crane and Mary Plum:
1.  Lewis Crane 1718-1777
        married Mary Burr 1722-1781
2.  Christopher Crane 1720-1750
3.  Charles Crane 1724-1758
4.  Elihu Crane 1726-1786

        married Hannah Mix
5.  Isaac Crane
6.  Hannah Crane

        married 1st Mr. Johnson
        married 2nd Peter Paine
7. Phebe Crane

          married Rev. Carmichael

Children of Hannah Crane and Robert Odgen:

Children of David Crane and Mary his wife:
1.  Jedediah Crane 1716-1785
          married Elizabeth ?
2.  David Crane 1721-1794
          married 1st Sarah A Dodd 1734-1772
          married 2nd Abigall Odgen
3.  Joseph Crane 1732-1789
          married Patience Crane 1733-1760
4.  Abigall Crane
         married Mr. Johnston
5.  Phebe Crane
         married Mr. Lawrence
6.  Mary Crane
7.  Dorcas Crane
8.  Sarah Crane 1734-1779
         married Isaac Plume 1734-1799


 

 

This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!!
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