Dorothy Cline1

F, #834, b. 23 February 1768, d. between 1812 and 1858
Father*Michael Cline UEL b. 1744, d. 1 Aug 1842
Mother*Catherine Dorothea Vick b. 13 May 1750, d. 19 Aug 1842
     Dorothy Cline was born on 23 February 1768 at Palatine, Albany, New York, America, daughter of Michael Cline UEL and Catherine Dorothea Vick.2,3 Dorothy Cline was baptized on 11 April 1768 at Stone Arabia, Montgomery, New York, America.4 She married John Dewitt UEL, son of Garton Dewitt UEL and Phoebe Waterman, circa 1792. Dorothy Cline died between 1812 and 1858.
     As of circa 1792,her married name was Dewitt. She petitioned for a land grant at Cornwall, Stormont, Ontario, Canada on 26 October 1797.5 She was granted land at Cornwall Twp, Stormont, Ontario, Canada as of 10 February 1798; 200 acres.


John Dewitt UEL b. 15 Jan 1768, d. c 1823
Marriage*She married John Dewitt UEL, son of Garton Dewitt UEL and Phoebe Waterman, circa 1792. 
Last Edited4 Aug 2012


  1. [S18] Various, Ancestory Dot Com,
    Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    about Dorothy Cline.
  2. [S55] Unknown author, Family Search IGI/FGR Record, Dorothy Cline born 23 feb 1768 Tryon New York parents Michael ClyneKlein and Catharina Dorothea Vick spouse John Dewitt marriage abt 1792 Cornwall.
  3. [S63] Henry Z Jones, Palatine Families, Dorothea b.23 feb 1768 sponsors Johannes Wick and Dorothea married, Stone Arabia Reformed Church.
  4. [S64] Unknown volume, Baptismal Record: Klein Michael and Catharina: Dorothe b.2/23/1768 bapt. 4/11/1768 Johannes b. 1/7/1770, unknown repository.
  5. [S60] Unknown author, Land Petition, The Petition of Dorothy Dewitt wife of John Dewitt of Cornwall and daughter of Michael Cline Loyalist.
    That your Petitioner is the daughter of a Loyalist who joined the Royal Standard in the late American War prior to the year 1783 and has never drawn any land.
  6. [S55] Unknown author, Family Search IGI/FGR Record, Catharine Dewitt born 9 may 1811 parents John Dewitt and Dorothy Cline.
  7. [S60] Unknown author, Land Petition, Per the land petition of brother Thomas.