Claremount Budd Dykeman1

M, #65799, b. 13 November 1868
FatherGlibert Hatfield Dykeman b. 9 Feb 1835, d. c 1932
MotherCharity Elizabeth Smith
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Claremount Budd Dykeman was born on 13 November 1868.1 
He was the son of Glibert Hatfield Dykeman and Charity Elizabeth Smith
Burial*Claremount Budd Dykeman was buried on 1 January 1869.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Clarence D. Dykeman1

M, #65767, b. 1856, d. 14 September 1896
FatherGilbert C. Dykeman b. 8 May 1821, d. 12 Jun 1884
MotherFrances Harrt b. 1823, d. 1911
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Clarence D. Dykeman was born in 1856.1 
He was the son of Gilbert C. Dykeman and Frances Harrt
Marriage*Clarence D. Dykeman married Lida Purdy on 7 June 1882 in Cambridge, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
Death*Clarence D. Dykeman died on 14 September 1896.1 

Child of Clarence D. Dykeman and Lida Purdy

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Daniel Lyman Dykeman1

M, #61449, b. May 1798
FatherJacob Dykeman
MotherStatira Camp
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Daniel Lyman Dykeman, bp. May 27, 1798. He moved to West Saint John,N.B. Witnessed the marriage of Richard Dykeman and Sarah Clark, Feb. 5,1823, at Waterborough, Queens Co., N.B. 
Birth*Daniel Lyman Dykeman was born in May 1798.1 
He was the son of Jacob Dykeman and Statira Camp
BaptismDaniel Lyman Dykeman was baptized on 27 May 1798.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

David Dykeman1

M, #61398
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited6 Apr 2009
David Dykeman was the son of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Note*David was scalded to death at the age of 2 years by an overturned kettle of hot soap. 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

David C. Dykeman1

M, #61420
FatherWilliam C. Dykeman b. 11 Sep 1811, d. 14 Dec 1894
MotherCharity Springer b. 26 Jun 1816, d. 27 Oct 1880
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
David C. Dykeman was the son of William C. Dykeman and Charity Springer
Marriage*David C. Dykeman married Mary White Dykeman, daughter of Barnet Manzer Dykeman and Sophia Beyea, on 11 January 1863 in Cambridge, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Children of David C. Dykeman and Mary White Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Donald Dykeman1

M, #66038, b. 21 May 1921, d. 15 July 1944
FatherGeorge Herman Dykeman b. 16 Jan 1879, d. 9 Sep 1955
MotherSelma Theresa Nelson b. 6 Sep 1878, d. 19 Sep 1958
Last Edited19 Mar 2011
Birth*Donald Dykeman was born on 21 May 1921 in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of George Herman Dykeman and Selma Theresa Nelson
Death*Donald Dykeman died on 15 July 1944, at age 23; he was killed In action in World War II.1 
Burial*He was buried in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A..1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Dorcas Anne Dykeman1

F, #61428
FatherJacob Wggins Dykeman b. 21 Sep 1795, d. 8 Nov 1827
MotherJoanna Springer
Last Edited26 Mar 2011
Birth*Dorcas Anne Dykeman was born in Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
She was the daughter of Jacob Wggins Dykeman and Joanna Springer
Marriage*Dorcas Anne Dykeman married Benjamin Titus on 22 June 1843.1 

Family: Dorcas Anne Dykeman and Benjamin Titus

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Dorcas Manzer Dykeman1

F, #61565, b. 25 December 1832
FatherBarnet Manzer Dykeman b. 5 Apr 1807, d. 27 Sep 1880
MotherSophia Beyea b. 18 May 1808
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Note*Dorcas Manzer (Dykeman) Smith is not mentioned in her father's will, dated Aug. 12, 1880, though her three daughters are; she may have predeceased him. 
Birth*Dorcas Manzer Dykeman was born on 25 December 1832.1 
She was the daughter of Barnet Manzer Dykeman and Sophia Beyea

Children of Dorcas Manzer Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Dorothy 'Dolly' Dykeman1

F, #61401
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Dorothy 'Dolly' Dykeman was the daughter of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Note*Dorothy 'Dolly' (Dykeman) Trenholm moved to Upper Canada. 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Edith Clara Dykeman1

F, #65814, b. 25 May 1864, d. 22 November 1887
FatherJames Garret Dykeman b. 15 Dec 1841, d. 10 May 1920
MotherRebecca Jane Scribner b. 1841, d. 1 Jan 1919
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Edith Clara Dykeman was born on 25 May 1864.1 
She was the daughter of James Garret Dykeman and Rebecca Jane Scribner
BaptismEdith Clara Dykeman was baptized on 9 October 1864.1 
Marriage*She married Victor W. Dykeman on 28 October 1885.1 
Death*Edith Clara Dykeman died on 22 November 1887, at age 23.1 

Family: Edith Clara Dykeman and Victor W. Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eliza Ann Dykeman1

F, #61393, b. 13 October 1805
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Eliza Ann Dykeman was born on 13 October 1805.1 
She was the daughter of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Marriage*Eliza Ann Dykeman married John P. Clark on 23 January 1828.1 

Family: Eliza Ann Dykeman and John P. Clark

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elizabeth Dykeman1

F, #61436, b. 23 July 1805
FatherGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. b. 17 May 1769, d. 1 Oct 1851
MotherDorcas Manzer b. 28 Mar 1777, d. 1 Aug 1862
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Elizabeth Dykeman, b. July 23, 1805; bp. Oct. 13, 1805; living in 1854;m. Jan. 15, 1823,Charles Titus of Hampton, Kings Co., N.B. Child(Titus), (perhaps others) 1: Dorcas Dykeman Titus. 
Birth*Elizabeth Dykeman was born on 23 July 1805.1 
She was the daughter of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. and Dorcas Manzer
BaptismElizabeth Dykeman was baptized on 13 October 1805.1 
Marriage*She married Charles Titus on 15 January 1823.1 

Child of Elizabeth Dykeman and Charles Titus

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elizabeth Dykeman1

F, #61548, b. 16 July 1848, d. 11 December 1848
FatherJohn James Dykeman b. 19 Jun 1808
MotherMyleanor Jane Vail b. 16 Mar 1808
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Elizabeth Dykeman was born on 16 July 1848.1 
She was the daughter of John James Dykeman and Myleanor Jane Vail
Death*Elizabeth Dykeman died on 11 December 1848.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elizabeth Dykeman1

F, #65730, d. before 1932
FatherGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. b. 19 May 1814
MotherFrances Curry
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Elizabeth Dykeman was the daughter of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. and Frances Curry
Death*Elizabeth Dykeman died before 1932, in Queenstown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Jane Dykeman1

F, #54560, b. 11 February 1855, d. 23 May 1926
FatherJohn K. Dykeman b. 20 Oct 1823, d. 18 Mar 1891
MotherAmanda Fitzalan Cottle b. 30 Jun 1830, d. 8 Feb 1889
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of David Arthur Walker
ChartsDescendants of Edward Cottle
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Jane Dykeman was born on 11 February 1855.1 
She was the daughter of John K. Dykeman and Amanda Fitzalan Cottle
Marriage*Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Jane Dykeman married Miles Olmstead on 17 October 1876.2 
Death*Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Jane Dykeman died on 23 May 1926, at age 71.2 

Children of Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Jane Dykeman and Miles Olmstead

Citations

  1. [S1011] Helen Lee (Cottle) Carter, "Helen Lee (Cottle) Carter, compiled records" (Grady, Alabama). . Hereinafter cited as "Helen Lee (Cottle) Carter, compiled records."
  2. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elizabeth J. Dykeman1

F, #61405, b. 23 December 1827, d. 18 December 1847
FatherRichard C. Dykeman b. 23 Dec 1798, d. 6 Jul 1874
MotherSarah Clark b. 26 Sep 1804, d. 6 Sep 1873
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Elizabeth J. Dykeman died at age 20 years. 
Birth*Elizabeth J. Dykeman was born on 23 December 1827.1 
She was the daughter of Richard C. Dykeman and Sarah Clark
Death*Elizabeth J. Dykeman died on 18 December 1847, at age 19.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Ella M. Dykeman1

F, #65894, b. 1866
FatherWilliam Henry Dykeman
MotherEmily Maria Secord b. 4 Feb 1841, d. 1912
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Ella M. Dykeman was born in 1866.1 
She was the daughter of William Henry Dykeman and Emily Maria Secord
Marriage*Ella M. Dykeman married George Nelson MacIntyre on 17 February 1886.1 

Children of Ella M. Dykeman and George Nelson MacIntyre

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Elsie Dykeman1

F, #65714, b. 1888
FatherJacob Abiathar Dykeman b. 9 Apr 1816
MotherJane
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Elsie Dykeman was born in 1888.1 
She was the daughter of Jacob Abiathar Dykeman and Jane

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Emerson Dykeman

M, #65843
FatherDavid C. Dykeman
MotherMary White Dykeman b. 31 Aug 1844
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Emerson Dykeman was the son of David C. Dykeman and Mary White Dykeman
Note*Emerson Dykeman was living in the West in 1932. 

Emerson Dykeman1

M, #65861
FatherJacob Dykeman d. Mar 1898
MotherRebecca Read d. 1914
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Emerson Dykeman was the son of Jacob Dykeman and Rebecca Read

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Emma Or Eunice Dykeman1

F, #65796, b. 30 September 1862
FatherGlibert Hatfield Dykeman b. 9 Feb 1835, d. c 1932
MotherCharity Elizabeth Smith
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Emma Or Eunice Dykeman was born on 30 September 1862.1 
She was the daughter of Glibert Hatfield Dykeman and Charity Elizabeth Smith
Burial*Emma Or Eunice Dykeman was buried on 11 March 1863.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Erne Abram Hastings Dykeman1

M, #65798, b. 14 August 1867
FatherGlibert Hatfield Dykeman b. 9 Feb 1835, d. c 1932
MotherCharity Elizabeth Smith
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Erne Abram Hastings Dykeman was born on 14 August 1867.1 
He was the son of Glibert Hatfield Dykeman and Charity Elizabeth Smith
Burial*Erne Abram Hastings Dykeman was buried on 23 February 1868.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Ernest Dykeman1

M, #61461
FatherGershom W. Dykeman b. 21 Oct 1840
MotherAnne Dykeman
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Ernest Dykeman was the son of Gershom W. Dykeman and Anne Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Ernest Frederick Dykeman1

M, #65983, b. 30 April 1911
FatherJames Medley Dykeman b. 10 Apr 1873
MotherEstella Nora Dykeman b. 1877, d. 20 Oct 1922
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Ernest Frederick Dykeman was living in Lower Jemseg, Queens County, NewBrunswick, Canada in 1932. Ernest Frederick was not married. 
Birth*Ernest Frederick Dykeman was born on 30 April 1911.1 
He was the son of James Medley Dykeman and Estella Nora Dykeman
BaptismErnest Frederick Dykeman was baptized on 27 September 1929.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Estella Nora Dykeman1

F, #65822, b. 1877, d. 20 October 1922
FatherCharles F. Dykeman d. c 1932
MotherSarah Elizabeth Cox
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Birth*Estella Nora Dykeman was born in 1877.1 
She was the daughter of Charles F. Dykeman and Sarah Elizabeth Cox
Marriage*Estella Nora Dykeman married James Medley Dykeman, son of James Garret Dykeman and Rebecca Jane Scribner
Death*Estella Nora Dykeman died on 20 October 1922, in Drowned in the Saint John River, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Child of Estella Nora Dykeman and James Medley Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eunice Dykeman1

F, #61400, b. 1813
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Eunice Dykeman was born in 1813.1 
She was the daughter of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Marriage*Eunice Dykeman married Daniel McGregor on 29 January 1834.1 

Family: Eunice Dykeman and Daniel McGregor

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eunice Dykeman1

F, #61431, b. 17 February 1799, d. 28 October 1866
FatherGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. b. 17 May 1769, d. 1 Oct 1851
MotherDorcas Manzer b. 28 Mar 1777, d. 1 Aug 1862
Last Edited23 Nov 2010
Birth*Eunice Dykeman was born on 17 February 1799 in New Brunswick, Canada.2 
She was the daughter of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. and Dorcas Manzer
BaptismEunice Dykeman was baptized on 12 May 1799.1 
Marriage*She married Abraham Gunter, son of Andrew Gunter and Elizabeth Titus, on 5 October 1820 in Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada; Many of their descendants lived in Queens Co., N.B. Andrew L. Gunter,White's Cove, was Warden of the county some years ago.1 
Death*Eunice Dykeman died on 28 October 1866, at age 67, in Springfield, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada; According to the Christian Visitor (Nov. 8, 1866), Eunice wife of Abraham Gunter, Springfield departed this life Sabbath Eve, 28th Oct. 1866 - age 67. She was enjoying life in her usual health until Thurs. eve when taken very ill. She left her husband and six children living.2 
Burial*She was buried in Gunter Cemetery, Upper Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.2 

Children of Eunice Dykeman and Abraham Gunter

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."
  2. [S1014] Wayne Gunter, "Gunter Family Heritage File" (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada). . Hereinafter cited as "Gunter Family Heritage File."

Eunice Dykeman1

F, #61450, b. June 1800, d. July 1803
FatherJacob Dykeman
MotherStatira Camp
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Eunice Dykeman was born in June 1800.1 
She was the daughter of Jacob Dykeman and Statira Camp
BaptismEunice Dykeman was baptized on 22 June 1800.1 
Death*She died in July 1803, at age 3.1 
Burial*She was buried on 30 July 1803.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eunice Dykeman1

F, #65877
FatherJacob Dykeman b. 20 Nov 1800, d. 30 Aug 1890
MotherMargarett Hanselpacker b. 1803, d. 21 Jan 1885
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Eunice Dykeman was the daughter of Jacob Dykeman and Margarett Hanselpacker
Note*They had several children. 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eunice Ann 'Nancy' Dykeman1

F, #54905, b. 1785, d. 15 September 1859
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Eunice Ann 'Nancy' Dykeman was born in 1785.1 
Marriage*She married William Colwell on 3 September 1859.1 
Death*Eunice Ann 'Nancy' Dykeman died on 15 September 1859, in New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Family: Eunice Ann 'Nancy' Dykeman and William Colwell

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Eva Dykeman1

F, #61462
FatherGershom W. Dykeman b. 21 Oct 1840
MotherAnne Dykeman
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Eva Dykeman was the daughter of Gershom W. Dykeman and Anne Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Flora Dykeman1

F, #65807
FatherAbraham Wood Dykeman b. 23 Jun 1839, d. 3 Jun 1905
MotherMaria Euphemia Perley b. 1847, d. 20 Mar 1892
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Flora Dykeman was the daughter of Abraham Wood Dykeman and Maria Euphemia Perley

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Ford W. Dykeman1

M, #65778
FatherTillotsen L. Dykeman b. 1852, d. 1927
MotherPrudence A. Camp b. 1852, d. 1918
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Ford W. Dykeman was the son of Tillotsen L. Dykeman and Prudence A. Camp
Note*Ford W. Dykeman was living in Saint John, New Brunswick, N.B., where heconducted an automobile business. 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Frances 'Frank' Lounsbury Dykeman1

F, #54658, b. 22 March 1864
FatherJohn K. Dykeman b. 20 Oct 1823, d. 18 Mar 1891
MotherAmanda Fitzalan Cottle b. 30 Jun 1830, d. 8 Feb 1889
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of David Arthur Walker
ChartsDescendants of Edward Cottle
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Frances 'Frank' Lounsbury Dykeman was born on 22 March 1864.1 
She was the daughter of John K. Dykeman and Amanda Fitzalan Cottle
Marriage*Frances 'Frank' Lounsbury Dykeman married James W. Olmsted on 22 February 1893. 

Children of Frances 'Frank' Lounsbury Dykeman and James W. Olmsted

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Frances Sophia Dykeman1

F, #65800, b. 4 April 1872
FatherGlibert Hatfield Dykeman b. 9 Feb 1835, d. c 1932
MotherCharity Elizabeth Smith
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Frances Sophia Dykeman was born on 4 April 1872.1 
She was the daughter of Glibert Hatfield Dykeman and Charity Elizabeth Smith
Burial*Frances Sophia Dykeman was buried on 14 July 1872.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Fred Dykeman1

M, #65712, b. 1883
FatherJacob Abiathar Dykeman b. 9 Apr 1816
MotherJane
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Birth*Fred Dykeman was born in 1883.1 
He was the son of Jacob Abiathar Dykeman and Jane

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Frederic Dykeman1

M, #61459, b. 6 February 1843, d. 14 November 1862
FatherRichard C. Dykeman b. 23 Dec 1798, d. 6 Jul 1874
MotherSarah Clark b. 26 Sep 1804, d. 6 Sep 1873
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Note*Frederic Dykeman, b. Feb. 6, 1843; d. Nov. 14, 1862, aged 19 years 9mos. The death record comes from a broken monument lying on the groundin the Dykeman cemetery which Mrs. William Dykeman said was Frederic's.The letters 'AN' are all that is left of the name. 
Birth*Frederic Dykeman was born on 6 February 1843.1 
He was the son of Richard C. Dykeman and Sarah Clark
Death*Frederic Dykeman died on 14 November 1862, at age 19.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Garret Dykeman1

M, #61396, b. 18 December 1809
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited3 Mar 2011
Birth*Garret Dykeman was born on 18 December 1809.1 
He was the son of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Marriage*Garret Dykeman married Frances Anne Foster
BaptismGarret Dykeman was baptized on 12 August 1864 in At his own house near Den Road.1 

Children of Garret Dykeman and Frances Anne Foster

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Garret Dykeman1

M, #61453, b. December 1807, d. 9 December 1807
FatherJacob Dykeman
MotherStatira Camp
Last Edited3 Mar 2011
Note*Garret was a twin to Ann. 
Birth*Garret Dykeman was born in December 1807.1 
He was the son of Jacob Dykeman and Statira Camp
Death*Garret Dykeman died on 9 December 1807.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Garret Dykeman

M, #54903, b. 4 March 1740/41, d. 19 June 1813
FatherJacob Gerrit Dyckman b. b 1717, d. c 1765
MotherRebecca Vermilyea b. c 1721
Last Edited3 Mar 2011
Name Variation Garret Dykeman is also known as Garret Dyckman.1 
Biographical Note* Garret Dykeman Loyalist 1741_1813 Gerrit Garret Dyckman, son of Jacob Gerrit Dyckman and Rebecca Vermilyea,was born March 4, 1741 in Westchester County, New York and died 19 Jun1813 in Lower Jemseg, Waterborough Parish, Queens County, New Brunswick,Canada and is buried in 20 Jun 1813 in Saint John Cemetery, Gagetown,Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada married Bef. 1769 in White Plains,Westchester County, New York, Eunice Ann Hatfield, daughter of GilbertHatfield and Tamar Brundage, who was born 09 Nov 1740 in White Plains,Westchester County, New York and died 16 Nov 1808 in Queens County, NewBrunswick, Canada and is buried in Gagetown, Queens County, NewBrunswick, Canada. Came to New Brunswick on the sailing ship, 'Neptune' in 1783 with hiswife, Eunice Ann Hatfield and children that were born in New York (morechildren born in New Brunswick). Garret fought in the United Empire Loyalist War, was taken prisoner,escaped to New Brunswick in 1783 and the government gave him a lot ofland at St. John, New Brunswick. He later moved to a town up the rivercalled Jemseg and a lot of his descendants still live there. Gerrit Dykeman spelled his name 'Garret Dykeman', the spelling hisdescendants have used. He was the second child and oldest son in Jacoband Rebecca's large family of eleven children. Twice he is recorded as sponsor at baptisms in the Sleepy Hollow DutchChurch, where he himself was baptized. In 1760, when but nineteen yearsold, he was witness when his youngest brother Petrus was baptized. Fiveyears later he and Rebecca Dykeman (probably his sister) witnessed RachelMarteling's baptism, daughter of Daniel and Marie. He must have been areliable young man, perhaps with a reputation for piety. His marriage to Capt. Abraham Hatfield's niece allied him with the Toryor Loyalist group at White Plains. Capt. Hatfield's tavern was agathering place there for these respectable conservative people. At the beginning of the Revolution, Garret was a man of thirty-five,father of several children. He served in the First Regiment, WestchesterCounty, Militia. He may have been a person of some influence, for likesuch prominent Loyalists as Frederick Philipse and the Reverand SamuelSeabury, he was seized and sent from his home a prisoner, probably toConnecticut. This would account for the statement that came from NewHaven, Connecticut. Garret's descendants should read the absorbing story of Loyalists andtheir settlement in Nova Scotia (which then included New Brunswick) inthe book, 'The Loyalists of New Brunswick' by Esther Clack Wright (afirst edition copy is in the possession of Donald Raymond Coy in Seattle,Washington.) She tells of the dismay with which they received news ofthe peace terms while in New York, of their despair as they readResolutions passed by many towns outlawing all who had served theBritish, and of their final realization that there only choice was 'tosubmit to the tyranny of exulting enemies or settle a new country'. Somewho ventured outside British lines returned with stories of brutalattacks made upon them, and many knew that their property had beenconfiscated. It was a tragic time. Small wonder that bitterness and despair mark the letter written byBenjamin Hilton, a Loyalist lawyer, in New York to States M. Dykeman inLondon, dated 'N.Y. 2 July 83': 'The fatal Moment which I have long expected is at last arrived - we areundone and ruined, even, beyond Hope - May the execrable Agents andManagers of this inglorious Peace be for ever execrated by their God andtheir Country - Thousands have emigrated and thousands are still toemigrate to Canada and Nova Scotia - I expect to sail soon for the latterPlace . . . There is no Asylum for us in any of the States - not aRefuge, however harmless or inactive he may have been is allowed toremain in the Country - almost every Town and Precinct on the Continenthave formed themselves into Committees and passed Resolves the most harshand inflammatory of the Return of this deluded, and most unfortunateClass of human Beings. Many who went out (of the city) in Consequence ofthe Preliminary Articles to remain a year were whipped and scourged andobliged to return. All we have to hope for is that the Madness andIntoxication which pervades the whole Continent and the ClashingInterests of the different States will be their Ruin and bring about afavorable Revolution. Already they talk of an Expedition of Mexico andPeru, and the New England States of a proportionate Share in the WesternTerritory of America, which Virginia claims under the vague Expressionsin her Charter, God I hope, for the Happiness & Advantage of bothCountries will interpose his power and bring about a Reunion. Alreadyhas the sacred Congress been insulted by 6000 of the Pennsylvania Linewho clamorously demanded their Pay, but without effect, in consequence ofwhich that august Assembly have moved to Princeton where perhaps theexpect more Peace, which God forbid.' Some thirty thousand Loyalists eventually left the States for Nova Scotiaalong. The British government helped them in every way they could. Itoffered them land (tax free for a number of years) and transportation.It provided them with woolen and linen cloth, shoes, stockings, mittens,axes and spades, as well as tents and a year's food supply which waslater extended. The exiles needed this demonstration of goodwill. Thesegood people, many of them accustomed to a very comfortable standard ofliving, were soon to face not only the hardships of primitive life in acold and undeveloped country bur also frustrating privations brought onby inefficient management. They were leaving their homeland in spite of a discouraging reportreceived by Commander-in-Chief Carlton from Gov. John Parr of Nova Scotia. A loyalist group, however, had already sent a delegation to look over thecountry for settlement. Its report gave heart to the emigres in New Yorkand led many of them, including Garret Dykeman, to decide on the St.John River district. Here was wonderfully fertile land in the intervalealong the river, uplands that supported cattle raising, and access toup-river settlements on the navigable St. John. The St. John, it wasreported, was about the size of the Connecticut or Hudson and had asplendid harbor on the Bay of Fundy which was free of ice year around,Parr Town (later renamed St. John) was situated on the harbor at themouth of the river. (As of the present, the spelling of Dyckman changedto Dykeman is not known.) With some three thousand others, Garret and his family migrated to theSt. John area in 1783. An original manuscript list of Parr Town grantees shows that a grant forLot 660 in Parr Town was recorded in Garret's name April 20, 1784. Thisland is situated on the south side of St. Geoge's Street, now KingStreet, East, and was to become an important residential street. A town lot was not considered part of the two hundred acres or moregranted families for their support, so we find Garret in 1786 petitioningthe New Brunswick governor for such acreage. At that time he was ofQueen's County, New Brunswick Province. This Province, which includedthe St. John River area, had been set off from Nova Scotia, August 16,1784. The place where he 'set down with his family' became Jemseg, WaterboroughParish, some fifty miles or more up the St. John River and near GrantLake. Apparently the Govenor granted his petition, for in his will hebequeath lots 5 and 7 to his son Gilbert H., who owned adjoining land. Jemseg Creek inhabitants, including Garret, Gilbert H., Jacob, and MosesDykeman, addressed a memorial to the Lieutenant Govenor on June 21, 1797,reminding him of the government's promise to grant five hundred acres toeach family. They expressed their willingness to take their allotmentsin the rear of their lots and hoped the government would consider theirrequest. A memorandum on the back of the petition notes that the desiredland was part of a grant already made to Spry and others. As Gilbert H.wrote years later that he had never received a government grant, thisrequest may have been refused. Garret was a pew holder in St. John's Church at Gagetown, a settlementacross the river on the west bank, now the county seat. This church wasbuilt in 1790 and consecrated two years later. His wife Eunice and theirtwo elder sons, Gilbert H. and Jacob, all adults, were baptized thereAugust 28, 1792, and their daughter Ann and son Joseph H. followed in1795. Here also his two elder sons were married. Garret died on or about June 19, 1813, in his 73rd year and was buriedJune 20 in St. John's churchyard. His will, dated May 29, 1815, andproved June 27, 1813, shows that he had prospered: 'I give and bequeath to my son Gilbert - Lots number five and sevenadjoining to where he now lives and I likewise give unto my said sonGilbert - the sum of one hundred and twenty pounds - likewise I give andbequeath to my son Jacob - the sum of one hundred pounds likewise I giveand bequeath to my son Moses -- the lots number twenty two and twentythree lying on the neck of Intervale in the said Parish -- likewise Igive to my son Moses -- the sum of sixty pounds and to my c\son JosephHatfield -- I give and bequeath my homestead containing three Lots numbereight, nine and ten together with the building horse team and farmingutensils thereunto belonging he paying out one hundred pounds theremainder of my stock I give to be divided between my four sons anddaughters Rebecca and Ann--I give all my household furniture and onehundred pounds to be equally divided among the two and my own personalapparel I give to be divided equally among my two sons Gilbert and JacobExecuters of this my last Will and Testament-- (signed) Garret Dykeman.' Witnesses to the will were Abiather Camp. William Springer, Jur, and JohnTitus. His sons, Gibert and Jacob sold his land lot P 660 in St, John to VincentWhite, May 13, 1820. St. John's churchyard, in Gagetown has only one Dykeman monument, small,of brownstone and with old fashioned lettering. It is broken off andlying on the ground. Under it lay Eunice (Hatfield) Dykeman, thegrandmother of all our Loyalist Dykemans. To one side the faint shape ofa grave and a rough foot stone showed where her husband Garret was buried. 
Birth*He was born on 4 March 1740/41 in Westchester County, New York, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Jacob Gerrit Dyckman and Rebecca Vermilyea
BaptismGarret Dykeman was baptized on 6 June 1741 in Westchester County, New York, U.S.A..1 
Marriage*He married Eunice Ann Hatfield, daughter of Gilbert Hatfield and Tamar Brundage, before 1769 in White Plains, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A..1 
Death*Garret Dykeman died on 19 June 1813, at age 72, in Lower Jemseg, Waterborough Parish, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
Burial*He was buried on 20 June 1813 in St. John's Anglican Cemetery, Gagetown, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Children of Garret Dykeman and Eunice Ann Hatfield

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

George Herman Dykeman1

M, #65926, b. 16 January 1879, d. 9 September 1955
FatherJames Wesley Dykeman b. 14 Dec 1850, d. 3 Sep 1903
MotherMargaret 'Maggie' Ann Mills b. 21 Feb 1854, d. 24 Jul 1943
Last Edited19 Mar 2011
Note*George Herman Dykeman was working in Minneapolis with a boom company when he was married. Later he and his wife lived in Spokane, WA. with their family. He was in the timber business, first on log rafts and later as a patrolman on the river. He lost his hearing as a result of an accident, and moved to Idaho where he sold Bibles. He retired in Lewiston where he was active in Masonry and well known. He had become a naturalized American citizen in November 17, 1919. 
Birth*George Herman Dykeman was born on 16 January 1879 in Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 
He was the son of James Wesley Dykeman and Margaret 'Maggie' Ann Mills
Marriage*George Herman Dykeman married Selma Theresa Nelson on 18 August 1903 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, U.S.A..1 
Death*George Herman Dykeman died on 9 September 1955, at age 76, in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A..1 
Burial*He was buried in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, U.S.A.

Children of George Herman Dykeman and Selma Theresa Nelson

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

George W. Dykeman1

M, #61412, b. 26 December 1835, d. 15 November 1860
FatherRichard C. Dykeman b. 23 Dec 1798, d. 6 Jul 1874
MotherSarah Clark b. 26 Sep 1804, d. 6 Sep 1873
Last Edited19 Mar 2011
Birth*George W. Dykeman was born on 26 December 1835.1 
He was the son of Richard C. Dykeman and Sarah Clark
Death*George W. Dykeman died on 15 November 1860, at age 24; aged 24 years 10months.1 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gershom W. Dykeman1

M, #61458, b. 21 October 1840
FatherRichard C. Dykeman b. 23 Dec 1798, d. 6 Jul 1874
MotherSarah Clark b. 26 Sep 1804, d. 6 Sep 1873
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Note*Gershom W. Dykeman married Anna Ann Or Nancy Dykeman his second cousin, daughter of Gilbert Hatfield and Frances (Curry) Dykeman. 
Birth*Gershom W. Dykeman was born on 21 October 1840.1 
He was the son of Richard C. Dykeman and Sarah Clark
Marriage*Gershom W. Dykeman married Anne Dykeman, daughter of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. and Frances Curry.1 

Children of Gershom W. Dykeman and Anne Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gertrude Dykeman1

F, #61460
FatherGershom W. Dykeman b. 21 Oct 1840
MotherAnne Dykeman
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Gertrude Dykeman was the daughter of Gershom W. Dykeman and Anne Dykeman

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gilbert Dykeman1

M, #65727
FatherGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. b. 19 May 1814
MotherFrances Curry
Last Edited24 Jan 2002
Gilbert Dykeman was the son of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. and Frances Curry
Note*In 1932 he was living with his niece Mrs. George H. Lacey at Queenstown,N.B. He had no children. 

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gilbert C. Dykeman1

M, #61402, b. 8 May 1821, d. 12 June 1884
FatherMoses A. Dykeman b. 31 Dec 1772, d. 7 Apr 1850
MotherEunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey b. 1780, d. 30 Nov 1845
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Birth*Gilbert C. Dykeman was born on 8 May 1821.1 
He was the son of Moses A. Dykeman and Eunice Phoebe Currie Or Currey
Marriage*Gilbert C. Dykeman married Frances Harrt
Death*Gilbert C. Dykeman died on 12 June 1884, at age 63.1 

Children of Gilbert C. Dykeman and Frances Harrt

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr.1

M, #61442, b. 19 May 1814
FatherGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. b. 17 May 1769, d. 1 Oct 1851
MotherDorcas Manzer b. 28 Mar 1777, d. 1 Aug 1862
Last Edited19 May 2002
Birth*Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. was born on 19 May 1814.1 
He was the son of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. and Dorcas Manzer
BaptismGilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. was baptized on 19 June 1814 in as 'Hatfield' Dykeman.1 
Marriage*He married Frances Curry on 17 September 1835.1 

Children of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Jr. and Frances Curry

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr.1

M, #54907, b. 17 May 1769, d. 1 October 1851
FatherGarret Dykeman b. 4 Mar 1740/41, d. 19 Jun 1813
MotherEunice Ann Hatfield b. 9 Nov 1740, d. 16 Nov 1808
Last Edited3 Mar 2007
Biographical Note* Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman, son of Garret and Eunice Hatfield) Dykeman, b.May 17, 1769 in New York State; d. Waterborough Parish, Queens County,New Brunswick, Canada Oct. 1, 1851; m. July 10, 1794, Dorcas Manzer, who was b. March 28, 1777, and d. Aug. 1, 1862. About 1820 the Reverend Abram Wood came to Queens County as 'Missionary on the Grand Lake,' which included Waterborough Parish. 
Birth*Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. was born on 17 May 1769 in New York, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of Garret Dykeman and Eunice Ann Hatfield
Marriage*Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. married Dorcas Manzer on 10 July 1794. 
Death*Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. died on 1 October 1851, at age 82, in Waterborough Parish, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada.1 

Children of Gilbert Hatfield Dykeman Sr. and Dorcas Manzer

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Glenn Herman Dykeman1

M, #66036, b. 31 October 1906
FatherGeorge Herman Dykeman b. 16 Jan 1879, d. 9 Sep 1955
MotherSelma Theresa Nelson b. 6 Sep 1878, d. 19 Sep 1958
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Note*Glenn Herman Dykeman studied journalism for three years, then joined a newspaper staff. Afterward, he began working for the Boeing Co., aircraft manufactures in Seattle, WA., where he has been employed in the personnel, training, and subcontracting departments. He has been active in church and Boy Scout work and in community planning. 
Birth*Glenn Herman Dykeman was born on 31 October 1906 in Elk River, Sherburne County, Minnesota, U.S.A..1 
He was the son of George Herman Dykeman and Selma Theresa Nelson
Marriage*Glenn Herman Dykeman married Carol Taylor in Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A..1 

Family: Glenn Herman Dykeman and Carol Taylor

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."

Glibert Hatfield Dykeman1

M, #61566, b. 9 February 1835, d. circa 1932
FatherBarnet Manzer Dykeman b. 5 Apr 1807, d. 27 Sep 1880
MotherSophia Beyea b. 18 May 1808
Last Edited10 Apr 2011
Birth*Glibert Hatfield Dykeman was born on 9 February 1835.1 
He was the son of Barnet Manzer Dykeman and Sophia Beyea
Marriage*Glibert Hatfield Dykeman married Charity Elizabeth Smith
Death*Glibert Hatfield Dykeman died circa 1932.1 

Children of Glibert Hatfield Dykeman and Charity Elizabeth Smith

Citations

  1. [S1039] Melinda McCoy, "Melinda McCoy, compiled records" (Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.). . Hereinafter cited as "Melinda McCoy, compiled records."