Joseph Monteney 512,513
- Born: Abt 1760
- Marriage: Margaret Frank on 15 Aug 1785 in Schenectady, N.Y, U.S.A. 511
Census 1790, Warrenbush, Montgomery Twp, N.Y.
note the many different spelling of Monteney, Mountaney, Montney, Montana, Mountney.
Bill Montney <mailto:email@example.com> Sun Aug 31 1997
Joseph MONTNEY and his wife, Margaret FRANK lived in Montgomery Co. after the Revalutionary War. He died there. They had 4 children-John (born 1786 in Montgomery Co.), and Joseph (born 1788 at Mohawk Flats in Montgomery Co.), and Mary and Albert, who were probably born there. Joseph is said to have served under Lafayette and the 3 boys fought in the war of 1812. Joseph died in Montgomery Co. Would like to verify all of this. Surname may be spelled differently.
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Descendants of Joseph Monteney
Generation No. 1
1. JOSEPH MONTENEY was born Abt. 1760. He married MARGARET FRANK August 15, 1785 in Schenectady, N.Y., U.S.A..
More About JOSEPH MONTENEY:
Census: 1790, Warrenbush, Montgomery Twsp., N.Y.
Children of JOSEPH MONTENEY and MARGARET FRANK are:
2. i. JOHN MOUNTANEY, b. 1785, U.S.A..
3. ii. JOSEPH MONTNEY, b. April 10, 1788, Warrenbush, Montgomery Cty., N.Y., U.S.A.; d. June 15, 1883, Memphis, Michigan, U.S.A..
4. iii. ALBERT MOUNTNEY, b. 1791, United States; d. December 11, 1865, Tyendinaga Twsp., Hastings Cty., Ontario.
iv. MARY MONTANA, b. March 01, 1795; d. December 21, 1885, Westmoreland, Oneida Cty., N.Y., U.S.A.; m. JAMES KEECH.
v. BETSEY MOUNTNEY, b. Abt. 1797, Utica, Oneida Cty., N.Y., U.S.A.; d. 1847, Bellhaven, York Cty., Ontario, Canada; m. SAMUEL WINCH, Abt. 1821, Onondaga Cty., N.Y., U.S.A..
The link between Joseph Monteney and possible daughter Elizabeth Monteney as shown on the family history has yet to be proven to me as yet . Any futher information would be very much appreciated.
James Anderson. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept 16, 2007
I am researching material for an article I am writing about an Island , part of Prince Edward County in Lake Ontario, directly across from Oneida County NewYork. In the 1700s it was part of an Indian Reservation. On this Island is an old stone house of French Architecture that was built by a French Fur Trader named Joseph Monteney. In 1820 a family arrived from Ireland named Shannon and either purchased it or simply moved in. The first official records have that family as the first registered owners. I have pictures of the house if you need to see it.
When I looked into the history further I see that his son Albert lived on the Mohawk Reserve, very close by and in fact died there and is buried at Napanee just down the road. I am sure that this Joseph Monteney was closely connected to the local Indians as he needed them to acquire furs as this was his business.
Please contact me if you have any further information. My telephone # is 613-476-6065 and email is email@example.com
PS: Other settlers on the island are linked to New York state.
Joseph married Margaret Frank on 15 Aug 1785 in Schenectady, N.Y, U.S.A..511 (Margaret Frank was born about 1765 in Schenectady, N.Y, U.S.A. 515.)
15 Aug 1785 , Reformed Dutch Church of Schenectady, New York, USA.