In memory of Jeremiah Shevalier, my Paternal 5th Great-Grandfather on the HOLLENBECK branch.
- John Huntley, immigrant of Boston & Roxbury, Massachusetts and Lyme, Connecticut, 1647-1977, and some of his descendants, by Virgil W. Huntley, 1978, p. 160-161. [Link]
- History of Cortland County : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason, 1885, p. 323. [Link]
- Festal gathering of the early settlers and present inhabitants of the town of Virgil, Cortland County, N.Y. : held at Virgil Village on Thursday, the 25th of August, 1853, embracing a historic sketch of the town : supplemented with a brief historical account of events from that time to 1878. Dryden, N.Y., 1878, p. 14. [Link]
- Military Minutes of the Council of Appointment of the State of New York, 1783–1821, p. 524, 623, and 780. [Link]
1790 Coxsackie, Albany County, New York
1800 Coxsackie, Greene County, New York
Genealogy is my hobby and the information provided here is a work in progress. I have loads of information to add and new finds are continually being discovered. If you have any corrections, additions, or comments to contribute, please use the comment box below. Visit the Latest Updates page to see when this Ancestor Profile page is updated.
Lieutenant in New York State Militia
Maps & Research Links:
Coxsackie, Green, New York
1784 Feb 19
New York (probably)
1824 Oct 2
Virgil, Cortland, New York
Marathon Village Cemetery
Marathon, Cortland County, New York
Jeremiah Shevalier was born abt. 1760 in Coxsackie, New York, while it was part of Albany County, which was later divided to form Greene County. He was a son of Peter & Mary Shevalier. Jeremiah settled in the east part of Virgil, Cortland County, New York, in 1804, near where his son John lived in 1878. He died on October 2, 1824, in Virgil, Cortland County, and is buried in Marathon.
Jeremiah Shevalier & Catherine Rohrbacker were the parents of my ancestor,
Records, photos, and memorabilia pertaining to the life of Jeremiah Shevalier:
I chose AncestryDNA for my DNA test. You can get yours on Amazon and have it in your hands in a couple days! Click here!
Your tributes, comments, corrections and additions are welcome!
Please login to leave a comment. Then reload this page!