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George S. Aten lived Owen County, Indiana, served in Civil War, discharged 1865, had
two younger brothers- one was Samuel who lived Willow Creek, Nebraska.

The Story of the Aten - Aten's, Alice H. Kennedy, 1962, private publication.
Documentary History of New York, Volume 1 p429.

Henry J. Aten papers New York City Public Library.

Wellsville Echoes Volume 4 #3 p31, New York City Public Library.


Aytoun/de Ayton/Aten/Aten/Auten from Scotland who fled from religious persecution,
first to France and then the Netherlands.


Baron de Aeton
1307: lived in Scotland.

*Hendrick Aten
no date: son Hendrick Hendrickzen born.
*no date: son Adriaen Hendrickse born.
      Did not come to America.

Hendrick-Hendrickzen Aton of Doesburg, Holland - ?brother of Adriaen Hendrickse
      Aton?
ca 1635: son Adrian Heindrick/Henry born.
12 June 1655: married Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church _______.
no date: son Hendrick born.
no date: son Johannes born.
no date: daughter Grietje born.
      These two sons became the ancestors of the Dusenburg families..



*Adrian Henderick/Henry Auten/Aten (son of Hendrick Aten)
ca 1635: born near Doesburg, Holland; Utrick, (near Amsterdam) Holland igi.
1651: moved to Flatbush (Midwout), Long Island, New Amsterdam.
ca 1659: married Elizabeth Thomas.
1660/1: son Hendrick born.
*1662: son Jan/John born.
no date: daughter Pieterje born; married Flatbush, Long Island, New York 25 Apr 1689
      Christian Snedeker; died 1715. Child:
             Jannetie Snedeker baptized 29 June 1703 First Refomed Dutch Church,
                    Jamaica, Long Island, New York.
1665: named constable of Flatbush.
Oct 1665: served as Officer of the Peace.
ca 1672: daughter Annetje born New Amsterdam, New York; married ca 1693
       Newtown, Long Island, New York, Thomas Skillman (____-1740) son of Captain
       and Sarah (Petit)? Scofield ? Skillman. Child:
              Child Skillman baptized 7 Oct 1707 with Sponsors Hendrick and Pieterie
       Aten.
1670/4: son Thomas baptized.
ca 1676: son Paul born.
1677: m/2 Elizabeth (Thomas) Lubbertsee (1637 Utrick, Holland (igi)-____) widow of
       Gysbert Lubbertsee. In her first marriage to Gysbert Lubbertse, her maiden
       names is given as Lisbet Thomas of London, England. Henry J. Aten papers,
       New York City Public Library.
no date: member of church in Flatbush.
22 Dec 1678: daughter Maritie baptized in the Dutch Church in Flatbush, New York,
       witnesses Hendrick and Maritie Van Doesburg; married before 1700 Johannes
       DeMotte (baptized 31 Mar 1678 New York City Dutch Church-____). Five
       children baptized at Jamaica, Long Island.
27 Mar 1680: Jan Strycker to Adriaen Hendrickse Aton, house in Flatbush.
14 Nov 1680: son Paulus baptized in the Dutch Church at Flatbush, New York; died
       1684.
no date: son Abraham born.
1684: in Flatbush, New York. Somerset County, New Jersey Historical Quarterly V5
       p120.
no date: daughter Helena born.
26-30 Sept 1687: as Adriaen Hend Aaten of Fflackbush, took the Oath of Allegience
       with his two sons Hendrick and Thomas. Documentary History of New York,
1688: child born; 1689 died; father paid "for use of shroud"..
20 Mar 1695/6: will written - mentions wife Elizabeth and divides his estate equally
       between his children (not named) except that Maritee shall have a double
       portion, with life estate to his wife.
21 Mar 1695/6: bought a tract of land from Pieter Stryker on the Third Kill in Flatbush
       which appeared to have descended to his son Jan, as Jan Aten and wife
       conveyed this tract of land to Andrew Janse on 6 Nov 1708. Henry J. Aten
       papers NewYork City Public Library.
4 Sept 1695: Adrian and wife were witnesses at the baptism of Thomas and Elsie
       (Skillman) Aten’s son Adrian in the Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New
       York.
ca 1700: died Somerset County, New Jersey. igi
       Documentary History of New York, Volume 1 p429-30.

Hendrick/Henry Aten (son of Adriaen Henderickse Aten)
1660/1: born Flatbush, Kings, New York (1661 New Amsterdam, New York. igi)
Sept 1687: took the oath of allegiance with father - listed as native of Breucklijn, New
      York.
ca 1694: married Maria DeMott (22 Dec 1678 baptized Esopus, New York-28 Apr 1753)
       daughter of Michael and Annetje (Westbrook) DeMott.
ca 1695: son Aderayon born.
22 May 1698: witnessed a baptism with sister Annetje Aten in Flatbush, New York.
1700: son Powel born.
3 Nov 1703: sold land at Newtown to Thomas Cheesman.
1705: daughter Judick/Judith born; married 1722 Cornelius Low. Children:
       Catheltntie Low baptized 3 Mar 1725 Raritan, New Jersey.
       Cornelius Low, Jr. baptized 3 Dec 1727 Raritan, New Jersey.
       Antje Low baptized 21 Jan 1739 Raritan, New Jersey.
1707: with sister Pieterie Aten witnesses the baptism of their sister Annetje (Aten)
       Skillman’s child.
13 Apr 1711: served as witnesses for the baptism of Jannette, daughter of Jan and
       Willemette Lingdon at the Dutch Reformed Church, Jamaica, Long Island, New
       York.
20 Oct 1713: daughter Elizabeth born, baptized 20 Aug 1713 Dutch Church, Jamaica,
       New York with Johannes and Martije DeMotte as witnesses. Married Jamaica,
       Long Island, Josiah Raynor. Child:
              Samuel Raynor born 1735; married Elizabeth Higbee.
1715: became a member of the Dutch Church at Jamaica - subscribed to support a
       minister and to build a church edifice.
27 Apr 1715: daughter Maria baptized, baptized 27 Apr 1715 Dutch Church, Jamaica,
       New York with Christian and Pertertie Snedker as witnesses. Married John
       Alburtis (1713-1794); died 11 Dec 1757/8.
22 May 1698: with sister Annetje, witnessed a baptism in the Flatbush church.
7 Oct 1707: with sister Pieterie witnessed the baptism of sister Annetje Skillman's child.
13 Apr 1711: with wife Maria DeMotte witnesses baptism of Jannette daughter of Jan
       and Willemette Lingdon in Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island.
10 Feb 1749: will written.
19 July 1750: died Foster’s Meadow, New York, at near 90 years of age. (Bible)
4 Feb 1751: will probated.
       Lived Foster's Meadow, near Jamaica, Long Island.

Aderayon/Adrian Aten (son of Hendrick and Maria (DeMott) Aten)
ca 1695: born.
ca 1718: married Jacobje/Gertrude Middagh (24 Oct 1693-____).
1 Jan 1726: daughter Cathelynte baptized First Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, New
      Jersey.
11 Dec 1757/8: died.
Lived Readington, New Jersey.


Powel/Paul Aten (son of Hendrick and Maria (DeMott) Aten)
1700: born New Amsterdam, Holland. igi
no date: married Marite/Mary Van Neste (1700-May 1782).
9 Sept 1733: daughter Martjen baptized.
3 Oct 1736: son George baptized.
no date: daughter Mary born; married _______ VanVoorhees. Children:
       Mary VanVoorhees.
       Powel VanVoorhees.
1739: daughter Anna born; died infant.
4 Oct 1741: daughter Antje/Annette baptized; married Christian Freezer/Frazer, Sr.
       Lived near Pluckamin, Bridgewater Township, New Jersey.
1766: will written Somerset County, New Jersey.
       Gives his children, George and Anna Aten his plantation; son George 30L
       current money; Mary Aten, wife of VanVoorhees 200L in two equal payments;
       grandchildren Mary and Powel VanVoorhees 10L each. Executors son George,
       son-in-law Christian Freezer and cousin Goerge VanNest. Witnesses: John
       Jatey, Samuel Walker and James York.
1782: died.
       Served in the Revolutionary War from New Jersey.

George Aten (son of Powel and Maria (Van Nest) Aten)
3 Oct 1736: baptized.
no date: married Steynte _______.

Jan/John Aten (son of Adriaen Hendrickse Aten)
1662: married Lyjsbet/Elizabeth Skillman, sister of Elsie and Thomas Skillman.
21 Sept 1701: Jan and Lysbet (Schillman) Aten were witnesses at the baptism of
      Thomas and Elsie (Schillman) Aten’s son Jan baptized in the Dutch Reformed
      Church, New York City, New York.
1701: son Jan/John born.
1703: daughter Mary born; married as his 2nd wife, Volkert Sebring (1st wife Eleanor
      VanArsdallen); lived on farm at Martinsville, New Jersey. Children:
             Roelof Sebring born 1730; married Caterine _______ ; died 25 Aug 1785.
      Children:
                    Mary Sebring born 22 Nov 1769; married Powell Auten.
                    John Sebring.
                    Catherine Sebring.
                    Jean Sebring.
             Johannes Sebring born 1732.
             Volkert Sebring born 1734; died 1795. Children:
                    Roelof Sebring.
                    Volkert Sebring.
                    John Sebring.
                    Cornelius Sebring.
                    Abraham Sebring.
                    Thomas Sebring.
                    Christine Sebring.
             Elizabeth Sebring.
             Cornelius Sebring born 1738; died 12 Dec 1797.
             Marija Sebring born 1740.
             Carastina Sebring born 1743.
              Thomas Sebring born 1745; married Sara Auten.
*10 Apr 1705: (Tuesday) daughter Elinor/Eleanor baptized First Dutch Reformed
       Church, Jamaica, Long Island, New York; married 5 Apr 1729 Johannes Sebring
       (1702-ca 1790 Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Children:
no date: daughter Elizabeth born; married _______ Smith.
no date: son Thomas born.
1717: were charter members of “The River and Lawrence Brook Dutch Church” at
       Three Mile Run, near New Brunswick, New Jersey.
1735: lived on a 320A farm in Franklin Township, Somerset County, New Jersey.
13 Mar 1745: died.
Feb 1744: will probated.
       The Auten-Sebring cemetery was on the farm that at one time belonged to
       Jan/John Aten. It adjoins the land were the “Bolmaer Mansion: stands. A new
       highway has been built along these farms at Martinsville, New Jersey.

Jan/John Aten (son of Jan and Elizabeth (Skillman) Aten)
1701: born.
1734: married Jannetje Nevious.

Thomas Aten (son of Jan and Elizabeth (Skillman) Aten)
no date: married Aentie _______.

      Somerset County, New Jersey Historical Quarterly Vol. 3 p121.


*Thomas Aten (son of Adriaen Henderickse Aten)
1674: born.
1687: with father and brother, took the Oath of Allegiance - listed as a native of
       Fflackbush, New York.
1694: married Elsje Skillman.
4 Sept 1695: son Adrian baptized.
ca 1698: son Thomas born.
21 Sept 1701: son Jan baptized.
18 Apr 1704: daughter Jannette baptized in Dutch Reformed Church, New York City,
       New York with Thomas Schillman and Marittje Aten as witnesses; married Franz
       Lucas; m/2 Burlington New Jersey 26 July 1749 Rike Vanderbilt. Children:
              Hillitje Lucas baptized 2 Sept 1744 Raritan, New Jersey.
              Hillitje Lucas 2nd baptized 1747 Raritan, New Jersey.
13 July 1705: served as witnesses for the baptism of Sara daughter of Cornelis and
       Sara Bries in the Dutch Church, Jamaica, Long Island, New York.
26 Apr 1709: with his brother Jan, bought 400A in Piscataway Township, near New
       Brunswick, New Jersey from Thomas Purcell.
1715 (1716): son Mertian/Martien baptized.
no date: lived Newton, Long Island.
1717: charter members of "The River and Lawrence Brook Church" at Three-Mile Run,
       near New Brunswick, New Jersey.
1757: died.
Weaver, lived New Brunswick, Somerset County, New Jersey..



Adrian Aten (son of Thomas and Elsie (Skillman) Aten)
4 Sept 1695: baptized Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York with Adrian
       Hendrickse and Elizabeth Thomas as witnesses.
4 Sept 1695: baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church New York City with Adrian
       Hendrickse and Lysbet Thomas as witnesses.
1718: married Jacobje Middagh (24 Oct 1693-16 May 1782) Somerset County, New
       Jersey. igi
25 Aug 1719: daughter Antje born Somerset County, New Jersey; married Nick
       Schamp (1719-____); m/2 John Schamp (1719-____).
22 Aug 1721: son Dirck baptized with Thomas and Elizabeth Aaten as sponsors.
3 Mar 1723: were Sponsors for the baptism of Cathelijntje, daughter of Cornelius and
       Judith Lou in the Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, New Jersey.
3 Sept 1723: son Henry/Henrich born.
8 Nov 1724: were Sponsors for the baptism of Blandina, daughter of Cornelius and
       Eyke Middagh in the Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, New Jersey.
27 Jan 1726: daughter Cathleen/Catholyntje born, died 26 Jan 1729.
15 Jan 1728: daughter Marytje born; baptized Dutch Reformed Church, Readington,
       New Jersey with Cornelius and Judith Lou as Sponsors; married William Van
       Fleet.
29 July 1730: daughter Cathleen/Catholyntje 2 nd born Somerset County, New Jersey;
       baptized 29 Aug 1730 with Cornelius and Eyke Middagh Sponsors, in the Dutch
       Reformed Church, Readington, New Jersey; married ________ Insley.
22 Dec 1732: twin son John born.
22 Dec 1732: twin son Gerradus born.
9 July 1735: daughter Judick/Judith born Somerset County, New Jersey; married
       Joseph Morehead (1735-____)..
7 Nov 1737: son Adriaen born.
18 Jan 1757: died.
       Bought land from Lord Campbell.
       Birth dates from the old Dutch Bible (Van Nest-Aten) which was printed in
              Holland in 1637 and belonged to Jacobje Middagh wife of Adriaen Aten of
              Readington, New Jersey. Copied by a descendant Henry J. Aten and
              deposited in the New York City library.

Dirck Aten (son of Adrian and Jacobje (Middagh) Aten)
28 May 1721: baptized First Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
*24 Dec 1745: bond issued to marry Judith VanVliedt/Fleet, Spinster of Hunterdon
       County, New Jersey .
no date: daughter Japia born, married Nicholas Albertson.
no date: daughter Judith born, married John Butler.
no date: son Adrian/Aaron born, married Martha Beer, lived Beaver County,
      Pennsylvania.
no date: daughter Christina born.
*16 Aug 1749: m/2 bond issued to marry in Hunterdon County, New Jersey Ariantice
      Longstroot.
no date: m/3 Catherine Warner.
1766: son Richard born, married Nancy McMurtry, lived Alleghaeny Co. Pa 1795.
1768: daughter Adaline born, married Thomas Beer.
1770: daughter Sarah born, married Joseph McMurtry.
1772: daughter Mary born, married Jesse Bowman.
23 Sept 1773: son Henry born.
no date: son Thomas born, m/1 Sarah Bellas, m/2 Susan Shweppenheiser.
no date: son John born, m Sarah Coates.
no date: daughter Catherine born, married John Barnes.
      Had a ferry along the Delaware River - still known as Aten's Ferry.
      Moved to Northampton County, Pennsylvania from New Jersey.

Henry Aten (son of Dirck and Catherine (Warner) Aten)
23 Sept 1773: born.
1804: married Mary Morgan (____-4 Sept 1846 buried Springhill Presbyterian
       Cemetery)
14 Aug 1805: son Charles born, married _________ Harbaugh, children: Louis,
       Jerome, Henry and Kate, was a lawyer, lived Lisbon, Ohio.
30 Jan 1810: son Richard born, married Valinda _______. Children:
       Sarah married Dr. John Hammond.
       James married Margaret Loga Sherwell. Children: George B. married Hannah
              Riggs (children: James Herny, Willet and Elizabeth).
       Frances married John Chadwick.
3 Oct 1814: son Henry born; died 6 Feb 1926; married 23 Jan 1903 Eliza Dever,
       daughter of John and Ann (Russell) Dever. Children:
              George born 24 Nov 1867; married Addie Crawford, dsp.
              Carrie born 2 Feb 1869; died 1887.
              Henry III born 1873; died 1874.
              Lydia Frances born 24 Feb 1877; married 26 Apr 1893 Charles Hammond
       Snediker.
              Mary Catherine born 26 Sept 1883; died 1949; married William H.
       Gamble.
 11 Aug 1817: daughter Catherine born, married Albert Catlett.
28 Apr 1876, aged 103. When he was 100 years old he nailed 100 shingles on a
       building being erected by his grandson John Catlett for a furniture store. That
       building was between 4th and 5th on Main in Wellsville, Ohio.
no date: bureid Springhill Presbyterian Cemetery.
Lived Columbianna County Ohio, moved to Wellsville, Ohio 1804. Bought 170A in now
       Wellsville, 11 to 18th streets, known as section 10.

John Aten (son of Adrian and Jacobje (Middagh) Aten)
1732: born Somerset County, New Jersey; baptized 4 Feb 1733 with Dirck and
      Christina DeMoth as Sponsors, in the Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, New
      Jersey.
no date: married Elizabeth Sutphen (1732-____).

Garardus Aten (son of Adrian and Jacobje (Middagh) Aten)
1732: born Somerset County, New Jersey; baptized 4 Feb 1733 with Dirck and
      Christina DeMoth as Sponsors, in the Dutch Reformed Church, Readington, New
      Jersey..
*26 Aug 1756:bond issued to marry Dinah Johnson both of Roading ?, New Jersey.


Adrian Aten, Jr. (son of Adrian and Jacobje (Middagh) Aten)
1737: born Somerset County, New Jersey; baptized 18 Dec 1737 in the Dutch
      Reformed Church, Readington, New Jersey.
1770: son Adrian born.
no date: buried Montour Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
Lived Readings Town on Adrian Aten's Farm, attended Readington Church, later
      moved to Pennsylvania.

Adrian Aten III (son of Adrian Aten, Jr.)
1770: born Kentucky.
no date: married Hanna Monfort (1772-____).
no date: m/2 Elizabeth Hamilton (1770-____).



Henry Aten (son of Adrian and Jacobje (Middagh) Aten)
1723: born Somerset County, New Jersey.


Thomas Aten (son of Thomas and Elsie (Skillman) Aten)
1698: baptized.
1730: married Hillitje/Helena _______.
6 Sept 1732: son Powell baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey;
      died infant.
25 Mar 1735: daughter Helena baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New
      Jersey.
12 Nov 1738: son Powell (2nd) born.
6 June 1742: son Dirck baptized.
9 Feb 1746: son Thomas baptized.
25 Aug 1751: child Feyte baptized.
30 Oct 1757: son Jan baptized.
14 June 1761: son Aaron baptized.


Powell Aten (son of Thomas and Elsie (Skillman) Aten)
12 Nov 1738: baptized.
1761: married Maria Van Duyne.
25 Dec 1761: son Thomas baptized.
8 Apr 1764: son Volkert baptized.
11 Nov 1766: son Powell baptized.
18 June 1768: son Jan baptized.
17 May 1772: daughter Myra baptized Raritan, New Jersey.
30 July 1775: son Roelof baptized.
Oct 1794: died.
3 Nov 1794: inventory of estate taken, Morris County, New Jersey.

Thomas Aten (son of Powell and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten)
25 Dec 1761: born.
20 Feb 1762: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
no date: married Elizabeth Van Tuite.
1849: died.

Volkert Aten (son of Powell and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten)
8 Apr 1764: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.

Powell Aten, Jr. (son of Powell and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten)
11 Nov 1766: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
no date: married Mary Sebring (22 Nov 1769-____).

John Aten (son of Paul and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten)
18 June 1768: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.

Roelof/Ralph Aten (son of Paul and Maria (Van Duyne) Aten)
30 July 1775: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
1836: died.




Dirck Aten (son of Thomas and Hillitje Aten)
6 June 1742: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
*16 Jan 1776: married Hannah Quick both of Morris County, New Jersey.

Thomas Aten (son of Thomas and Hillitje Aten)
9 Feb 1746: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
no date: married Saerte/Sara _______.
7 Apr 1771: child Fraenasyte baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New
       Jersey.
21 July 1776: son Tomes baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
1781: son Johannes baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.
1791: died.

Jan Aten (son of Thomas and Hillitje Aten)
30 Oct 1757: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.

Aaron Aten (son of Thomas and Hillitje Aten)
14 June 1761: baptized First Reformed Dutch Church, Raritan, New Jersey.



John Aten (son of Thomas and Elsie (Skillman) Aten)
21 Sept 1701: baptized in Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York, with Jan
       Aten and Lysbet Schillman as Sponsors.
1727: married Elizabeth Boyn in Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York.
26 oct 1730: son Ari baptized Dutch Reformed Church, Raritan, New Jersey



Mertian Aten (son of Thomas and Elsie (Skillman) Aten)
1715: baptized Middlesex County, New Jersey.

				
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