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us: Brinkerhoff, Henry Roelifsen, 1787-1844


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    • us: Brinkerhoff, Hendrick Roelifsen, 1787-1844
    • us: Brinkerhoff, H. R. (Henry Roelifsen), 1787-1844
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    • us: Brinkerhoff, Hendrick Roelifsen, 1787-1844
    • us: Brinkerhoff, H. R. (Henry Roelifsen), 1787-1844
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    • found: New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Committee on the Militia. In Assembly, January 31, 1829. Report of the Committee on the Militia, relative to a reduction of the compensation allowed to brigade inspectors, 1829: p. 2 (H.R. Brinkerhoff, chairman)
    • found: New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Members and officers of the Assembly of the state of New-York, 1829: p. 1 (Brinkerhoff, Henry R.; Assemblyman from Owasco, Cayuga Co., N.Y.)
    • found: MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Brinkerhoff, Henry Roelifsen, 1787-1844; variant: Hendrick Roelifsen Brinkerhoff; note: at age six, came with his father Roelif, from Adams Co., Penn., to Cayuga Co., N.Y.; at age 25, elected captain of a company of soldiers and attached to the Van Rensselaer expedition into Canada, during the War of 1812; also served under Generals Brown, Ripley, and Scott; served in several engagements, was wounded, taken prisoner, taken sick, paroled, and returned home, but never recovered; m. Miss Sarah Swartwout of Deer Park, Orange Co., N.Y., 6/14/1814; settled on and eventually inherited his father's farm at Owasco; elected to Assembly of N.Y., 1828-30; justice of the peace; was senior major general in the state militia and commanded the military escort which accompanied Lafayette through N.Y. on his last visit to America, 1824; removed to a farm in New Haven township, Huron Co., Ohio, 1838; elected to Congress in 1843, but was taken sick; b. 9/23/1787; d. 4/30/1844)
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