Husband: Joseph HADLEY
Wife: Martha BISHOP
01 (M): Bishop HADLEY
Born: about 1750 in New York City, NY
Died: 03 AUG 1781
02 (F): Magadlen HADLEY
Born: before 1757
Born: about 1740
Born: 1741, Yonkers, Westchester Co., N.Y.
Joseph Hadley married before July 28, 1749 and had children (not listed in NYG&BR 51:63).
(01) Bishop HADLEY:
His revolutionary War service included his enlisted in the New York 3rd regiment, Dec. 1780 and which subsequently became part of the 1st New York Regiment. He lost his life in the Revolutionary War. He was neither married or had any children.
Bishop Hadley was born abt 1750 in NYC to Joseph Hadley and Martha Bishop. He died Aug 3,1781 Revol War, part of the Sullivan Expedition. No known wife or children. His father Joseph was son of Joseph Hadley and Rebecca Dyckman.
In 1822 his cousin Joseph Hadley(1757-1832),son of William; purchased a portion of the bounty lands awarded to Bishop Hadley after his death:
Tompkins County,New York Deeds,Vol.E,Pg.148 This indenture made the fifteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two. between William Hadley,James Hadley,Charles Hadley,Isaac Hadley,George Hadley and Elizabeth Berrian,of the State of New York,surviving heirs of Bishop Hadley,late a Soldier of the Revolutionary Army,deceased,of the first part and Joseph Hadley,of the County of Livingston and State aforesaid,of the second part. That the parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars,lawful money of the United States of America,to him in hand paid at or before the delivery of the property by the party of the second part. The receipt hereof is hereby acknowledged...quit claim unto the said Joseph Hadley and to his heirs and assigns forever...a certain parcel of land containing six hundred acres situated in the Township of Hector,County of Seneca,and State of New York and known and designated as Number Nintey and being the tract of land granted to the aforesaid Bishop Hadley for his services during the revolutionary war,as a soldier of regiment of the New York line. To have and to hold...the City of New York,the day and year above written. signed,sealed and delivered in the presence of Mr.G.W.Berrian. William Hadley James Hadley Charles Hadley Isaac Hadley George Hadley Elizabeth Berrian City and State of New York,Be it remembered that on this the 29th day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two,personally appeared before me-William hadley,James Hadley,Charles Hadley,Isaac Hadley,George Hadley and Elizabeth Berrian,all known to me to be the persons discribed in and who have executed the within deed,and they severley acknowledged that they did execute the same for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and there being no concerns..allow the same to be recorded. G.W Berrian,Commissioner. This is to certify that the written names of William,James,Charles,Isaac and George Hadley and Elizabeth Berrian,formerly Elizabeth Hadley,are the legitimate Brothers and sister of the within named Joseph Hadley who is the party of the second part in the within indenture. New York City,June 29th,1822. G.W.Berrian,Commissioner State of New York,Westchester County-The testimony of Jane Tayler,taken on oath before me Samuel Berrian one of the justices of the Peace in and for the said county this twenty seventh day of June 1822. Jane Tayler saith that Bishop Hadley was a known cousin to Joseph Hadley and that Bishop Hadley died without issue and that he left no lawful heir,neither Brother nor sister. Jane Tayler,her mark. This (to) certify that the above testimony was taken before me this 27th day of June 1822. Samuel Berrian,J.of Peace.
New York, Land Records, 1630-1975 Tompkins Deeds 1821-1823 Vol E,Pg.148 (image 382/616) Copies from a source supplied by Barbara Edge.
Revised: December 06, 2017
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