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  • ID: I23700
  • Name: Sara DE FOREEST
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 8 AUG 1736
  • Death: BEF. 1821
  • Note:
    Baptism Date: 08 Aug 1736
    Father: Jesse D. Foreest
    Mother: N.
    Item #: 4429
    Child: Sara
    Sponsor: - D. Foreest; Abigael D. Foreest

    Sara De Foreest Hun
    by
    Stefan Bielinski



    Sara De Foreest Hun was born in 1736. She was a younger daughter in the
    large family of Albany County residents Jesse and Neeltie Quackenbush De
    Foreest.

    In 1759, she married Albany carpenter William Hun.Their family may have
    been small with only two children baptized in the Albany Dutch church in
    1760 and 1763. However, the census of 1790 counted nine family members
    (including five females) and a slave in their North Market Street home.

    Sara De Foreest Hun was dead by 1821 when her husband filed his will.








    notes

    Sources: The life of Sara De Foreest Hun is CAP biography number 4743.
    This profile is derived chiefly from family and community-based
    resources. Her parents were not city people. We seek more defining
    information on her family background!





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    first posted: 2/15/03




    Father: Jesse DE FOREEST b: 13 JAN 1691/92
    Mother: Neeltje QUACKENBOSCH b: 22 AUG 1697

    Marriage 1 William HUN b: 28 AUG 1734
    • Married: 1759
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