Constable, Emily

Constable, Emily

Female 1795 - 1844  (48 years)

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  • Name Constable, Emily  [1, 2
    Born 4 Jul 1795  Hotwells, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2, 3
    Gender Female 
    Died 14 Jun 1844  [1, 2, 3
    Person ID I29696  Sackett
    Last Modified 12 Oct 2021 

    Father Constable, William Kerin,   b. 1 Jan 1751, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1803, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 51 years) 
    Mother White, Anna,   b. 4 Jul 1762,   d. 3 Nov 1826  (Age 64 years) 
    Married 28 Feb 1782  [4, 5
    Children 5 children 
    +1. Constable, Anna Maria,   b. 10 Mar 1783, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Nov 1859, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
    +2. Constable, Eweretta,   b. 12 Dec 1784,   d. 21 Apr 1830  (Age 45 years)
    +3. Constable, William Jr.,   b. 4 Apr 1786,   d. 28 May 1821  (Age 35 years)
    +4. Constable, Emily,   b. 4 Jul 1795, Hotwells, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, UK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Jun 1844  (Age 48 years)
    +5. Constable, Matilda,   b. 6 Aug 1797,   d. 3 May 1871  (Age 73 years)
     
    Family ID F27301  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Moore, Dr. Samuel W.,   b. 11 Oct 1786, New York City, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Aug 1854, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years) 
    Married 17 Nov 1813 
    Children 
     1. Moore, Susan,   b. 15 Sep 1814,   d. 15 Apr 1849  (Age 34 years)
     2. Moore, Maria Theresa,   b. 21 Jun 1816, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Sep 1906, Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years)
     3. Moore, William Constable,   b. 20 Jan 1818, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Feb 1886, Nyack, Rockland County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 68 years)
     4. Moore, Henry Casimir,   b. 16 Feb 1820, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Mar 1897  (Age 77 years)
     5. Moore, Anna Constable,   b. 16 May 1821,   d. 2 Dec 1822  (Age 1 years)
    +6. Moore, Rev. John Wells,   b. 25 Feb 1825, Manhattan, New York City, New York County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 May 1885, Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
     7. Moore, Anna Constable,   b. 19 Jul 1827, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jul 1859  (Age 32 years)
     8. Moore, Samuel Clement,   b. 11 Nov 1829, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Mar 1873  (Age 43 years)
     9. Moore, Benjamin,   b. 26 Feb 1832, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Apr 1860  (Age 28 years)
     10. Moore, Theodore,   b. 26 Feb 1832, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Jul 1862  (Age 30 years)
     11. Moore, Edmund Pendleton,   b. 2 Feb 1834,   d. 9 Feb 1834  (Age 0 years)
     12. Moore, Jane,   b. 8 Oct 1835, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Apr 1873  (Age 37 years)
     13. Moore, Dr. Richard Hoffman M.D.,   b. 20 Oct 1837, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jul 1875  (Age 37 years)
    Last Modified 27 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F10561  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - 4 Jul 1795 - Hotwells, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Maria Theresa - 21 Jun 1816 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, William Constable - 20 Jan 1818 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Henry Casimir - 16 Feb 1820 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Rev. John Wells - 25 Feb 1825 - Manhattan, New York City, New York County, New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Anna Constable - 19 Jul 1827 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Samuel Clement - 11 Nov 1829 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Benjamin - 26 Feb 1832 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Theodore - 26 Feb 1832 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Jane - 8 Oct 1835 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Moore, Dr. Richard Hoffman M.D. - 20 Oct 1837 - New York, USA Link to Google Earth
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    1. [S2624] Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and some of his descendants, James W. Moore, 112, 114-118 (Reliability: 2), 24 Sep 2021.
      Dr. William Moore5 and Jane Fish had

      . . .

      620. Dr. Samuel W.6, b. October 11, 1786, m. November 17, 1813, Emily Constable3 (William2 m. Anna White (Townsend), of Philadelphia, John1), b. in England, July 4, 1795 or 6, d. June 14, 1844 ; he d. August 26, 1854. [644]

      . . .

      620. Dr. Samuel W. Moore' (Dr. William', Lieut. Samuel*, Benjamin',
      Capt. Samuer, Rev. John') and Emily Constable"" (William', m. Anna White
      (Townsend, m. Anna Renaudet), John', m. Jane Kerin).

      The mantle of the distinguished father fell appropriately upon the son, Samuel W. Moore, [Footnote: The W. was added to his name to distinguish him from another Dr. Samuel Moore in New York City.] and the honor and dignity of the family were preserved and transmitted. Dr. Moore was the typical physician, earnest, sympathetic, equal to emergency and having a genius for mechanics which was often used in surgical cases. He was successful in his practice and had the respect and love of his patients. After his wife's death he spent his leisure in modeling in clay and produced some very creditable busts of his wife and father. He lived in Warren Street, afterward at Broadway and Spring Streets. His portrait may be found in the New York Hospital. He was a vestryman of Grace Church.

      The annexed tribute to his memory by Dr. C. R. Oilman, of New York, shows the feelings of his professional brethren.

      The life of a practicing physician is very rarely one of startling adventures or striking events. His duties, though important as the value of life itself, are chiefly performed in the privacy of the sick-room ; and, of consequence, the manner in which he performs them is known only to the small circles of loving friends who gather around the bed of the sick or the dying.

      Such a life, it may seem, presents but a barren field to the biographer. Bid him chronicle the victories of the warriors, the triumphs of the statesman, and he will devote to the task all his most brilliant powers, and do it with pride and pleasure. But to trace the every-day life of one who has "pursued the noiseless tenor of his way" in that obscurity which necessarily and very properly shrouds most of the labors of the physician, whose path has been from sick bed to sick bed, and whose contests have been only with the great enemj', death -- this, to the ambitious biographer, may seem to be an ungrateful task. But it is not, or at least ought not to be, an ungenial labor, to speak of a life devoted to the service of humanity, spent in the unostentatious performance of varied and important duties. Especially should the task of tracing such a course be grateful when the duties of the man have been performed in the spirit of a Christian.

      Such a task I have imposed upon myself, in attempting to write a biographical sketch of the life and character of Samuel W. Moore, M.D., whose recent removal from among us, while it has plunged a bereaved family into deep affliction, has spread throughout a large circle of loving friends and strongly attached patients, a deep and abiding sorrow "that they shall see his face no more forever."

      Samuel W. Moore was born in New York City, 11th October, 1786, the son of Dr. William Moore, long one of our most highly esteemed and successful practitioners. From early childhood his constitution was frail, and the delicacy of his bodily organization was equalled by the gentleness of his temper and the kindhness of his feelings.

      Such an one might seem to be unfitted to bear the grave responsibilities and act amid the appalling dangers which so often beset the physician's path, but this I believe is not so ; and the success of Dr. Moore adds another to the list of those physicians whose lives prove that it is not so. The truth seems to be that a strong sense of moral duty will so nen,'e the heart and strengthen the hand, that the most acute sensibility will only make its possessor more eager to relieve those sufferings by which his compassion is so strongly excited. Dr. Moore received his early intellectual training from Mr. Samuel Rudd, and entered Columbia College at the age of sixteen j'ears, in 1802. His connection with Columbia College was probably rendered more pleasant and profitable by the fact that his uncle, Benjamin Moore, D.D., Bishop of New York, was then President of the institution. Several of his classmates still survive among us, and we noticed two of them among the sorrowing friends who assembled at his funeral. He graduated in regular course in 1806, and immediately commenced the study of medicine under the guidance of his father, attending lectures in the medical department of Columbia College, in which Dr. Wright Post then taught anatomy. Dr. Richard Bailey surgery, Dr. Hammersley theory and practice of physic, Dr. J. R. B. Rodgers midwifery, and Dr. David Hosack botany. From those distinguished teachers he received, in 1810, the degree of Doctor of Medicine, and immediately entered into full practice, taking a share of the large business of his father. This arrangement continued until 1824, when the elder Dr. Moore died, having practiced physic forty-four years. His son now took his place among the prominent physicians of New York, with a large circle of patients, and a still larger one of friends ; for such was the unaffected kindness of his heart, and such the graceful amenity of his manners, that few became his patients without remaining ever his attached friends. With his professional brethren his position was peculiarly pleasant. A thorough medical education, and a large measure of well-improved experience, gave to his opinions deserved weight, and insured him, as a physician, a strong hold on the confidence of physicians, while his conduct, on all occasions so perfectly upright, his manner so dignified yet so gentle, gave him as a man the highest place in their regard. To quarrel with such a man was simply impossible and to distrust him seemed not so much a wrong as a folly. Of him it can truly be said, that after a successful career of more than forty years, and that in times of many professional contests, he made many friends, and not one single enemy in his own profession. Oh, si sic omnesf In 1824 he was appointed one of the physicians of the New York Hospital. For this situation he had moral qualifications which are more important, and alas, more rare, than professional skill. His conscientiousness insured to the poorest and most degraded of his pauper patients a full measure of his attention, while his amiability and benevolence made him the friend of poor and rich alike. In 1828 he was compelled, by failing health, to retire from a position which he was so well fitted to adorn.

      In 1828, Dr. Moore was appointed Trustee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and continued, from that period to the end of his life, to take an earnest interest in the prosperity of that institution. At the time of his death he was the senior member of the board. In 1849, on the reappearance of the cholera. Dr. Moore, in conjunction with his friends, Dr. Joseph M. Smith and Dr. John B. Beck, was appointed medical counselors to the Committee of the Sanitary Board of Health. To the duties of this position, made more onerous by the fact that his associate. Dr. Beck, was soon, by the state of his health, disabled from taking his share of them, Dr. Moore devoted all his energies ; and the report published by the committee affords most satisfactory evidence of the ability and faithfulness with which this important public duty was performed. For several years, the health of Dr. Moore, never very robust, had been gradually declining, and he felt himself obliged to contract the sphere of his professional labor. Still he was unwilling entirely to give up the practice of his profession, and very many of his old friends were still more unwilling to be given up. In March last he met with an accident which, though not immediately followed by grave symptoms, caused, as afterwards appeared, efflusion of blood into the cavity of the arachnoid. He continued to visit a few friends, and his venerable form was still seen at church ; till in July paralysis very gradually supervened, and on the 26th of August, 1854, "Gently as an infant to his sleep, Went he to death "

      Dr. Moore married, in 1813, Emily, daughter of William Constable, Esq., by whom he had thirteen children, ten of whom yet survive to give unto God most "hearty thanks for the good example of him who, having finished his course in faith, doth now rest from his labors."

      [I have omitted resolutions by several entities.]

      Dr. Samuel Moore's record is partly given in the following :

      1810, he was surgeon's mate of the Fourth Regiment.

      April 6, 1815, appointed Surgeon of the 85th Regiment of Infantry of the State of New York by Gov. Daniel D. Tompkins.

      June 7, 1817, elected a member of the American Academy of Fine Arts ; John Trumbull, President, Al. Robertson, Secretary.

      Nov. 10, 1820, appointed Hospital Surgeon of the 3d Division of Infantry of the State of New York by Gov. De Witt Clinton.

      Nov. 13, 1820, Col. John T. Jones by Edmund Kortright, Adjutant, thanks "Dr. Moore
      for the constant attention to the duties of his office during the many years he has served in the
      staff of the 85th Regiment." In consequence of the promotion of Dr. Moore to the Medical Staff of the 3d Division of Infantry, Dr. J. Van Rensselaer will do duty.

      Feb. 6. 1821, elected Fellow of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the University of the State of New York. John W. Francis, M. D., Registrar.

      April 10, 1821, appointed Trustee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York by the "Regents of the University at their last meeting," "in the place of William Moore, M. D., who has resigned his seat as Trustee in said College." Gideon Hawley, Secretary of the Regents of the University.

      June 1, 1824, elected, by the Governors of the New York Hospital, Physician for ensuing year. At the same meeting Dr. Valentine Mott was elected Surgeon.

      June 11, 1824, at the Anniversary Meeting of the New York Literary and Philosophical Society, elected to the council with Gen. Morton, Prof. McVickar, Dr. V. Mott, Rev. Dr. Wainwright. Prof. Griscomb, P. Hone, Esq., H. Wheaton, Esq., W. Gracie, Esq., Dr. A. H. Stevens, Rev. Dr. Turner. The President was De Witt Clinton, LL.D., the Vice-Presidents, David Hosack, M. D., F. R. S., S. L. Mitchell, M. D., etc. Prof J. Renwick ; the Corresponding Secretaries were J. W. Francis, M. D., Jer. Van Rensselaer, M. D.; the Recording Secretaries, P. S. Townsend, M. D., J. B. Stevenson, M. D.; the Curators Gen. A. Fleming, J. M. Pendleton, M. D.; the Treasurer, H. Brevoort, Jr., Esq.

      Aug. 31, 1824, elected a Resident Member of the New York Horticultural Society. David Hosack, President; Levi H. Clark, Recording Secretary. The Stated Meetings were held at the New York Institution.

      Feb. 28, 1829, elected "Member for Life of the 'Aux' New York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society." Floyd Smith, Treasurer.

      Sept. 1 , 1829, elected a member of the Society of the New York Hospital. Peter Augustus Jay, President ; Robert I. Murray, Sec'ry.

      April 21, 1831, notified that he had been elected Consulting Physician to the N. Y. Dispensary, to supply the place left vacant by the death of Dr. Watts. Signed, James F. De Peyster.

      Emily Constable3 [Footnote: William Constable2 (John1) and Anna White (Townsend, m. Ann Rcnaudet) had Euretta3, m. James McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), Matilda8, m. Edward C. McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), William3, m. Mary Eliza McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), Emily3, m. Dr. Samuel W. Moore6 (Dr. William5, Lieut. .Samuel4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2. Rev. John1), John3, m. Susan Livingston, Harriet3, m. James Duane, settled in Franklin County, N. Y., Anna3, m. Hezekiah B. Pierrepont.] belonged to the Constable family which lived near Dublin, Ireland. They originally came from Yorkshire in England and bore the same arms as the Yorkshire family.

      Thomas Constable lived at Loggan in the Manor of Wingfield, County Wexford, Ireland. His great-grandson wrote that he was a descendant of one of the judges of King Charles I. In the list of the Long Parliament was Sir William Constable, Baronet (regicide [Footnote: Signed the death warrant.] instead of Benson, the jobber, and in preference to Deerlove '42, Knaresborough, a "recruiter," not an original member).

      Thomas Constable and his wife ____ ____ had a son William, born 1693, who married 1716, Elizabeth Owen, of a Welsh family.

      William Constable and Elizabeth Owen, his wife, had a son John1, born in Dublin, Ireland, the first to come to America. Remarried Jane Kerin, the daughter of William Kerin and his wife Jane Ewer, of Dublin. John Constable was Lieutenant and Surgeon in the Colonial Army in 1762-5. He died at Schenectady, N. Y. , in 1785, aged 75, and was buried at St. Paul's, New York City. John Constable1 and Elizabeth Owen had a son, William2.

      Emily Constable3 was the daughter of William Constable2 born in Dublin, January 1, 1751, who was Aide to General Lafayette, an honorary member of the Society of the Cincinnati, a partner of Gouverneur Morris and an intimate friend of Lafayette, Hamilton, Jay, and Washington. He was the principal owner of the "Macomb purchase." He died in New York in 1803 and was buried in St. Paul's churchyard. William Constable presented a fine portrait head of Washington by Stuart to General Hamilton ; a head of William Constable [Footnote: See Ogden Hoffman's Eulogy. Hough's History of Lewis County, 1852.], by Stuart, is at Constable Hall, N. Y. Amongst the treasures of the family are letters from Gov. Morris, Lafayette, and Robert Morris. He married, February 28, 1782, Anna White, daughter of Townsend White and his wife, Anna Renaudet (m. July 13, 1741), of Philadelphia, who was one of the Queens of Beauty at the Meschianza ball, May 18, 1778. She was a schoolmate and intimate friend of Martha Dandridge, afterward Martha Custis, and later the wife of Washington. A bracelet containing a miniature of Washington is still in existence which was presented by Martha Custis. Her sister Sarah married March 17, 1767, Moore Furman, of New Jersey, who was prominent in the Revolution and a friend of Washington. See Gershom Moore4. [11]

      Dr. Samuel Moore6 and Emily Constable had

      644. Susan7, b. September 15, 1814, unmarried, d. April 15, 1849.

      645. Maria Theresa7, b. June 21, 1816, unmarried ; lives at Stamford, Conn.

      646. William Constable7, b. January 20, 1818, m. June 10, 1857, Mary Charlton Holthuysen ; he d. February 13, 1885, Nyack, N. Y.; no children.

      647. Henry Casimir7, b. February 16, 1820, in New York City, unmarried, d. March 30, 1897.

      648. Anna Constable7, b. May 16, 1821, d. December 2, 1822.

      649. Rev. John Wells7, b. February 25, 1825, m. October 10, 1854, Frances H. Weber, of Michigan (Rev. William), b. at Fairfield, N. Y.; he d. May 13, 1885. [657]

      650. Anna Constable7, b. July 19, 1827, m. April 21, 1848, Francis Van Rensselaer (Dr. Jeremiah, m. Miss ____ Foster, of Boston, Mass.); she d. July 29, 1859. [669]

      651. Samuel Clement7, b. November 11, 1829, unmarried, d. March 30, 1873, of pneumonia ; was in the Bank of Commerce, New York, for many years.

      652. Benjamin7, b. February 26, 1832, unmarried, d. April 6, i860, of consumption ; was with the Appleton Co., New York.

      653. Theodore7, b. February 26, 1832, unmarried, d. July 1, 1862, of typhoid fever.

      654. Edmund Pendleton7, b. February 2, 1834, d. February 9, 1834.

      655. Jane7, b. October 8, 1835, unmarried, d. April 11, 1873.

      656. Dr. Richard Hoffman7, b. October 20, 1837, m. July 8, 1861, Anna Beekman Whiley (Richard); he d. July 29, 1875 ; no children.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

    2. [S2662] The Duyckinck and allied families : being a record of the descendants of Evert Duyckink who settled in New Amsterdam, now New York, in 1638, Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, (Tobias A. Wright), 18 (Reliability: 2), 27 Sep 2021.
      135 Ann Maria6 White of Ann,5 Belitje,4 Anna,3 Belitje,2 Evert,1 m. 1782, William (K.) Constable. Children (Constable):

      . . .

      257 Emily, b. July 4, 1795, m. Samuel Moore, M.D.

      . . .

      257 Emily7 Constable, of Ann,6 Ann,5 Belitje,4 Anna,3 Belitje,2 Evert,1 b. July 4, 1795; d. June 14, 1844; m. Samuel Moore, M. D. (His will, N. Y., 100, 476, 1854): Children (Moore):

      485 Susan M., b. Sept. 15, 1814; d. April 15, 1849; d. s. p.

      486 Maria Teressa, b. June 21, 1816; d. s. p.

      487 William C, b. Jan. 20, 1818; d. Feb. 15, 1886; m. Mary Charlton Holthuysen; d. s. p.

      488 Henry Casimir, b. Feb. 10, 1820; d. March 30, 1897; d. s. p.

      489 Rev. John Wells, b. Feb. 25, 1825; d. May 13, 1885; m. 1854, Francis Harriet Weber.

      490 Anna Constable, b. July 19, 1827; m. April 21, 1851, Francis Van Rensselaer. Had two sons, d. young.

      491 Samuel Clement, b. Nov. 11, 1830; d. March 30, 1873; d. s. p.

      492 Benjamin, [b. Feb 26, 1832; d.s.p. d. 1860.]

      493 Theodore M., [b. Feb 26, 1832; d.s.p. d. 1863.]

      494 Jane, b. Oct. 8, 1835; d. April 11, 1873.

      495 Richard Hoffman, M. D., b. Oct. 20, 1837; d. June 29, 1875, d. s. p.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

    3. [S1209] Geneva Genealogical Society (Reliability: 3), 24 Jan 2016.
      JOHN CONSTABLE MOORE
      Born September 20, 1864 Elected February 28, 1910
      John Wells Moore 1825-1885 --- Frances H. Weber 1834-
      Samuel W. Moore 1786-1854 --- Emily Constable 1795-1844
      William Moore 1754-1824 --- Jane Fish 1757-
      Samuel Moore 1711-1788 --- Sarah Fish 1717-1796
      Benjamin Moore -1750 --- Anna Sackett 1681-1757
      Samuel Moore 1645-1717 --- Mary Reed 1651-1738
      John Moore 1620?-1657 --- Margaret Howell

      Researched by Ted Smith

    4. [S2624] Rev. John Moore of Newtown, Long Island, and some of his descendants, James W. Moore, 112, 114-118 (Reliability: 2), 24 Sep 2021.
      Dr. William Moore5 and Jane Fish had

      . . .

      620. Dr. Samuel W.6, b. October 11, 1786, m. November 17, 1813, Emily Constable3 (William2 m. Anna White (Townsend), of Philadelphia, John1), b. in England, July 4, 1795 or 6, d. June 14, 1844 ; he d. August 26, 1854. [644]

      . . .

      620. Dr. Samuel W. Moore' (Dr. William', Lieut. Samuel*, Benjamin',
      Capt. Samuer, Rev. John') and Emily Constable"" (William', m. Anna White
      (Townsend, m. Anna Renaudet), John', m. Jane Kerin).

      . . .

      Emily Constable3 [Footnote: William Constable2 (John1) and Anna White (Townsend, m. Ann Rcnaudet) had Euretta3, m. James McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), Matilda8, m. Edward C. McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), William3, m. Mary Eliza McVickar6 (Anna Moore5, m. John McVickar, John4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2, Rev. John1), Emily3, m. Dr. Samuel W. Moore6 (Dr. William5, Lieut. .Samuel4, Benjamin3, Capt. Samuel2. Rev. John1), John3, m. Susan Livingston, Harriet3, m. James Duane, settled in Franklin County, N. Y., Anna3, m. Hezekiah B. Pierrepont.] belonged to the Constable family which lived near Dublin, Ireland. They originally came from Yorkshire in England and bore the same arms as the Yorkshire family.

      Thomas Constable lived at Loggan in the Manor of Wingfield, County Wexford, Ireland. His great-grandson wrote that he was a descendant of one of the judges of King Charles I. In the list of the Long Parliament was Sir William Constable, Baronet (regicide [Footnote: Signed the death warrant.] instead of Benson, the jobber, and in preference to Deerlove '42, Knaresborough, a "recruiter," not an original member).

      Thomas Constable and his wife ____ ____ had a son William, born 1693, who married 1716, Elizabeth Owen, of a Welsh family.

      William Constable and Elizabeth Owen, his wife, had a son John1, born in Dublin, Ireland, the first to come to America. Remarried Jane Kerin, the daughter of William Kerin and his wife Jane Ewer, of Dublin. John Constable was Lieutenant and Surgeon in the Colonial Army in 1762-5. He died at Schenectady, N. Y. , in 1785, aged 75, and was buried at St. Paul's, New York City. John Constable1 and Elizabeth Owen had a son, William2.

      Emily Constable3 was the daughter of William Constable2 born in Dublin, January 1, 1751, who was Aide to General Lafayette, an honorary member of the Society of the Cincinnati, a partner of Gouverneur Morris and an intimate friend of Lafayette, Hamilton, Jay, and Washington. He was the principal owner of the "Macomb purchase." He died in New York in 1803 and was buried in St. Paul's churchyard. William Constable presented a fine portrait head of Washington by Stuart to General Hamilton ; a head of William Constable [Footnote: See Ogden Hoffman's Eulogy. Hough's History of Lewis County, 1852.], by Stuart, is at Constable Hall, N. Y. Amongst the treasures of the family are letters from Gov. Morris, Lafayette, and Robert Morris. He married, February 28, 1782, Anna White, daughter of Townsend White and his wife, Anna Renaudet (m. July 13, 1741), of Philadelphia, who was one of the Queens of Beauty at the Meschianza ball, May 18, 1778. She was a schoolmate and intimate friend of Martha Dandridge, afterward Martha Custis, and later the wife of Washington. A bracelet containing a miniature of Washington is still in existence which was presented by Martha Custis. Her sister Sarah married March 17, 1767, Moore Furman, of New Jersey, who was prominent in the Revolution and a friend of Washington. See Gershom Moore4. [11]

      Dr. Samuel Moore6 and Emily Constable had

      644. Susan7, b. September 15, 1814, unmarried, d. April 15, 1849.

      645. Maria Theresa7, b. June 21, 1816, unmarried ; lives at Stamford, Conn.

      646. William Constable7, b. January 20, 1818, m. June 10, 1857, Mary Charlton Holthuysen ; he d. February 13, 1885, Nyack, N. Y.; no children.

      647. Henry Casimir7, b. February 16, 1820, in New York City, unmarried, d. March 30, 1897.

      648. Anna Constable7, b. May 16, 1821, d. December 2, 1822.

      649. Rev. John Wells7, b. February 25, 1825, m. October 10, 1854, Frances H. Weber, of Michigan (Rev. William), b. at Fairfield, N. Y.; he d. May 13, 1885. [657]

      650. Anna Constable7, b. July 19, 1827, m. April 21, 1848, Francis Van Rensselaer (Dr. Jeremiah, m. Miss ____ Foster, of Boston, Mass.); she d. July 29, 1859. [669]

      651. Samuel Clement7, b. November 11, 1829, unmarried, d. March 30, 1873, of pneumonia ; was in the Bank of Commerce, New York, for many years.

      652. Benjamin7, b. February 26, 1832, unmarried, d. April 6, i860, of consumption ; was with the Appleton Co., New York.

      653. Theodore7, b. February 26, 1832, unmarried, d. July 1, 1862, of typhoid fever.

      654. Edmund Pendleton7, b. February 2, 1834, d. February 9, 1834.

      655. Jane7, b. October 8, 1835, unmarried, d. April 11, 1873.

      656. Dr. Richard Hoffman7, b. October 20, 1837, m. July 8, 1861, Anna Beekman Whiley (Richard); he d. July 29, 1875 ; no children.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

    5. [S2662] The Duyckinck and allied families : being a record of the descendants of Evert Duyckink who settled in New Amsterdam, now New York, in 1638, Whitehead Cornell Duyckinck & John Cornell, (Tobias A. Wright), 9, 18 (Reliability: 2), 27 Sep 2021.
      60 Ann Renaudet of Belitje,4 Anna,3 Belitje,2 Evert,1 m. June 13, 1741, Townsend White. Children (White):

      . . .

      135 Ann Maria, b. 1762; m. 1782, William Constable.

      . . .

      135 Ann Maria6 White of Ann,5 Belitje,4 Anna,3 Belitje,2 Evert,1 m. 1782, William (K.) Constable. Children (Constable):

      250 Anna Maria, b. March 10, 1783; d. Nov. 7, 1859; m. Jan. 21, 1802, Hezekiah B. Pierrepont.

      251 Eweretta, b. Dec. 12, 1784; m. Hon. James McVickar.

      252. William, b. April 4, 1786; m. Eliza McVickar (dau. John McVickar).

      253 John, b. June 20, 1788; m. (1) Susan Livingston (dau. Hon. Gilbert Livingston); m. Alida Kane.

      254 Robert, b. June 30, 1790.

      255 Julia, b. 1792.

      256 Harriet, b. April 12, 1794; m. James Duane.

      257 Emily, b. July 4, 1795, m. Samuel Moore, M.D.

      258 Matilda, b. Aug. 6, 1797; m. Edward Cope McVickar.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith


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