Elsha Maritje Van Schaick

F, #2789, b. 1685, d. 1760
Father*Claes Laurens Van Schaak b. c 1635, d. 1709
Mother*Jannetje Cornelis b. 1640, d. 1710
Relationship6th great-grandmother of William Robert Thomas Boyd
ChartsWilliam Robert Thomas Boyd Pedigree
Marjorie Carolyn Hartle Pedigree
     Research Note: It is very possible that Elsha Maritje Van Schaick was born in America to Dutch parents. Possible fathers Claes Nicholas van Shaik, Clas Laurensen van Schaick, Iden Van Schaick. Possible mothers Isabel Bloetgoet, Jannetje Class Beavers (or possibly Bevers), Jannetie Laurens. Possibly parents were born in America or the Netherlands. (6 January 2013.)
     Elsha Maritje Van Schaick was born in 1685 at Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands, daughter of Claes Laurens Van Schaak and Jannetje Cornelis.1,2,3 Elsha Maritje Van Schaick married Frans deLong, son of Arie Franssen Langet and Rachel Jans Pier, on 6 September 1703 at Albany, Albany, New York, America. Elsha Maritje Van Schaick died in 1760 at New York, America.
     As of 6 September 1703,her married name was deLong.
     Research Note: Some researchers also show:
Anne 1707 to 1787-12-2 (31 December 2012.)


Frans deLong b. b 24 Apr 1681, d. 29 May 1755
Last Edited1 Jul 2013


  1. [S56] Unknown author, On-Line Family Tree, F rans DeLange (son of Arie Franssen Langet and Rachel Jans Pier) was born Bet. 1680 - 1683, and died 1755. He married Maritje Van Schaick on 06 Sep 1703 in Albany Albany Co New York, daughter ofVan Schaick.

    More About Frans DeLange and Maritje Van Schaick:
    Marriage: 06 Sep 1703, Albany Albany Co New York.

    Children of Frans DeLange and Maritje Van Schaick are:
    Arie DeLong, b. Abt. May 1704, New York Kings Co New York, d. Abt. 1770, Charlotte Prec't Dutchess Co New York.
    Nicholas DeLong, b. 04 Feb 1705, d. Bef. 1711.
    Rachel DeLong, b. Abt. 1708, New York Kings Co New york, d. date unknown.
    Lawrence DeLong, b., Dutchess Co New York, d. date unknown.
    Jannetje DeLong, d. 02 Dec 1787.
    Maritje DeLong, b. Abt. 1716, New York, d. date unknown.
    Lydia DeLong, b. Abt. 1718, New York, d. date unknown.
    Elizabeth DeLong, b. Abt. 1720, New York, d. date unknown.
    Catharine DeLong, b., New York, d. date unknown.
    Geesje Lucretia DeLong, b. Abt. 1722, Charlotte Dutchess Co New York, d. date unknown.
    Elias DeLong, d. date unknown.
    Aagje Egge DeLong, d. date unknown.
  2. [S65] Unknown author, Book, This information is from Vol. III, pp. 1058-1060 of Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, edited by Cuyler Reynolds (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911
    (IV) Joseph (2), son of Joseph (1) and Sarah Doty, born at Oyster Bay, 1708, died at Lansingburg, New York. He was a private in Captain Charles Laroex's company of New York City militia in 1738. He settled at Crum Elbow, Dutchess county, New York, where he married, and later removed to Lansingburg. He was a blacksmith in good circumstances; he married, in 1744, Lucretia De Long; in 1769 he removed with his family to Lansingburg, New York. Lucretia De Long, born at Charlotte, Dutchess county, New York, in 1722, was daughter of Elsha Van Schaic, who was the daughter and sole heir of an Amsterdam (Holland) banker. She eloped with Francis De Long, an officer of the French army. Children of Joseph and Lucretia Doty:
    1.     Ormond, born in Charlotte, New York, November 24, 1746; married Phoebe Vail.
    2.     Peter, see forward.
    3.     Rebecca, married (first) John Irish; (second) Stutely Stafford.
    4.     Elizabeth, twin of Rebecca, married Daniel Barheit.
    5.     Rhoda, married Jacob Stover.
    6.     Mary, married Leonard Schermerhorn.
    7.     Jacob, married Zilla Berrie, removed to Vermont.
    8.     Lydia, married Daniel Shaw.
    9.     Nancy, married Mark Jimmey.
    10.     Marian, married Ephraim Putnam.
  3. [S65] Unknown author, Book, Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, Volume 1
    Lewis Publishing Company, 1911
    Cuyler Reynolds, Editor
    Page 474

    VIII The Stafford Line

    John and Thomas Stafford, younger sons of Lord Stafford of Staffordshire, England, came to the American colonies in a vessel of their own and settled at Scituate, Rhode Island.

    Both married. Thomas married Mary Cleveland and moved to Stephentown, New York, thence to Danby, Vermont, later to Plattsburg, New York.

    Children: Rowland, Palmer, John, Deborah, Stutely, Nancy, Joseph, and Francis.

    Stutely, son of Thomas and Mary Cleveland Stafford, married (her second husband) Rebecca Doty Irish, April 2, 1780. She was then twenty one years of age had been a widow nearly three years and had been the wife of John Irish nearly five years. She was a granddaughter of Francis De Long, a French officer, and Heilcha Van Skalk of Amsterdam, Holland, who eloped in America and lived on Long Island, New York. Their children were Ora, Elias, Rachel, Maricha, Lucretia, and Zonacha.

    Lucretia De Long married Joseph Doty and first settled at Fishkill, New York, later removed to Nine Partners, Dutchess county, New York. Children: Peter, Rhoda, Jacob, Elizabeth, Rebecca, Patty, Nancy, Lydia, Mary Ann.

    Rebecca Doty married John Irish in 1772. They removed to Tinmouth, Vermont, where he was killed by the Indians July 1777.

    She married Stutely Stafford April 2, 1780. They lived at Danby, later in Wallingford, Vermont.

    By her first marriage [John Irish] she had Lucretia, Joseph, and Rhoda Irish; by her second marriage she had Merriam, Nancy, Palmer, Ormond, Holden, Marbury, Sylvia, John, and Mercy.