1762 - 1826 (64 years)
||White, Anna [1, 2] |
||4 Jul 1762 [2, 3]
||3 Nov 1826 
||Saint Paul's Chapel and Churchyard, Manhattan, New York City, New York County, New York, USA 
||6 Oct 2021 |
||Constable, William Kerin, b. 1 Jan 1751, Dublin, Leinster, Ireland , d. 1803, New York, USA (Age 51 years) |
||28 Feb 1782 [1, 2]
|+||1. Constable, Anna Maria, b. 10 Mar 1783, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA , d. 7 Nov 1859, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, Kings County, New York, USA (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 , d. 14 Jun 1844 (Age 48 years)|
|+||5. Constable, Matilda, b. 6 Aug 1797, d. 3 May 1871 (Age 73 years)|
||6 Oct 2021 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [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
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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. 
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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).
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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. 
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. 
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. 
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
- [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):
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135 Ann Maria, b. 1762; m. 1782, William Constable.
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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
- [S543] Find A Grave (www.findagrave.com) (Reliability: 2), 26 Sep 2021.
Memorial ID 10308881
Ann White Constable
Birth 4 Jul 1762
Death 3 Nov 1826 (aged 64)
Saint Paul's Chapel and Churchyard
Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Researched by Ted Smith