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Joseph Laboyteaux   c1731-1826

AKA:   [v8]
Born when:   1730-1739 [34] [35]
Baptized when:   14 March, 1731 [34] [n3]
Father:   Peter Leboiteulx(?) [n4]
1st married when:   17 December, 1769 [36]
Spouse 1:  Catherine Sickles
Died when:  after 16 March, 1826 [35]
Buried when:   March, 1826
Line of Descent:   Joseph   <   Peter(?)   <   Gabriel   <   Paul
Born where:   New Jersey [35]
Baptized Where:   Dutch Reformed Church of Raritan, Somerville, New Jersey [n2]
Mother:   Jemima [n4]
1st married where:   Christ Episcopal Church, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Spouse 2:
Died where: Manhattan, New York City
Buried where:   [n5]
Cause of death:   [n5]
Religious affiliations:   Dutch Reformed;  Episcopal; Presbyterian
Physical description:  
Education:  
Occupations:   cordwainer/shoemaker; tavern/inn keeper
Trade, fraternal, other associations:  
Children:   Catherine, Sarah, Peter(?), Maria, and others
Known residences:   New Jersey, Somerset County, Hillsborough; Hunterdon County, Amwell; New York, New York City, Manhattan
Known friends & relations:  



Catherine Sickles, c1746-

AKA: Catharine, Catherina
Born when:   c1746
Baptized when:  
Father:   Zacharias Sickles(?) [n6]
1st married when:   17 December, 1769 [36]
Spouse 1:  Joseph Laboyteaux
Died when:  
Buried when:
Line of Descent:  
Born where:  
Baptized Where:  
Mother:   Catherine Heyer(?) [n6]
1st married where:   Christ Episcopal Church, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Spouse 2:  
Died where:  
Buried where:  
Cause of death:  
Religious affiliations:   Dutch Reformed; Episcopal; Presbyterian
Physical description:  
Education:  
Occupations:  
Children:   Catherine, Sarah, Peter(?), Maria, and others
Known residences:   New Jersey, Somerset County, Hillsborough; Hunterdon County, Amwell; New York, New York City, Manhattan
Known friends & relations:  



Timeline of Joseph Laboyteaux & Catherine Sickles


1730-1739 Joseph Laboyteaux was born in New Jersey, likely the son of Jemima and Peter LeBoiteulx. [34] [35] [n4]

1731

"Josup Betu", the son of Pieter Betu, was baptized at the First Reformed Church Raritan—the sponsor was Henne Bries. [34] [n2] [n3]

c1746 Catherine Sickles was born, perhaps at New York City to Catherine Heyer and Zacharias Sickles. [n6]

1769

December 17—Joseph "L'Bateaux" and Catharine Sickles were married at Christ Episcopal Church, New Brunswick, New Jersey. [36]

1770 September 11—Joseph "Labatoux", cordwainer, became a Freeman of New York City. [37]

1770 October 31—Catharine Laboyteaux was born at New York City to Catharine Sickles and Joseph Laboyteaux. [38]

1771 March 8—Catharine Laboyteaux was baptized in a Presbyterian Church at New York City. [38] [n7]

1772

April 22—Joseph and John Laboyteux, along with Elihu Spencer and others, were granted by the Colony of New York a patent to 10,000 acres of land in Gloucester County. [39] [n8]

1772 September 19—Sarah Laboyteaux was born at New York City to Catharine Sickles and Joseph Laboyteaux. [38]

1772 September 27—Sarah Laboyteaux was baptized in a Presbyterian Church at New York City. [38] [n7]

1777


Thursday, July 17—It was likely in west-central New Jersey where Joseph and Peter Laboyteaux, persuant to citaition appeared before the "Council of Safety" and, by law appointed, took and subscribed the Oaths Abjuration & Alligence. [47]   [n24]

c1779 Joseph Laboyteaux was listed as a ratable inhabitant of Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. [40]

1779

During the August term of the Inferior Court of Quarter Sessions for Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux, an inhabitant of the Township of Amwell, petitioned the court for a tavern license. [d1] [n23]

1780

During the May term of the Inferior Court of Quarter Sessions for Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux, an inhabitant of the Township of Amwell, petitioned the court for a tavern license. [d2] [n23]

1780

June—Joseph Laboyteux, an inhabitant of the Township of Amwell, was assessed for taxes; Joseph was living in a house with forty acres of improved land, 2 horses, 1 horned cattle, 1 hog and 1 tavern. [d3]

1780

November 12—Maria, the daughter of Josup and Catriina "De Betu", was baptized at the Neshanic Dutch Reformed Church. [48]  [m1] 

1781

During the May term of the Inferior Court of Quarter Sessions for Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux, an inhabitant of the Township of Amwell, petitioned the court for a tavern license. [d4] [n23]

1781




August 8—The Following advertisement appeared in the New Jersey Gazette: "RUN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Amwell Township, Hunterdon County, on the 20th of July last, an apprentice lad named James Cressey, 16 years of age, pale complexion and slender built; had on a hunting-frock and a striped Holland shirt. — Whoever takes up said apprentice and delivers him to me, shall have HALF A DOLLAR reward, and reasonable charges paid by JOSEPH LABOYTEAUX.” [41]

1782

During the months of August and October, in the Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas, Joseph Laboyteaux sued David Vleet for trespass. [d5] [d11]

1782-1783 In the Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas, Joseph Labateaux was sued by William Leslie. [d6] [d10] [d12] [d15]

1782-1783 In the Hunterdon County Court of Common Pleas, Joseph Laboyteaux sued Stephen Kerr for damages. [d7] [d9] [d13]

1782-1783

During the September term of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux of Somerset Co., successfully sued Samuel Hudson for a debt of three and thirty pounds, twelve shillings, six pence. [d8]

1783

In the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux of Somerset Co., succesfully sued Abraham Covenhoven for trespass. [d9]

1783-1784 In a Hunterdon County Court, Joseph Laborteaux sued Tunis Stoppock for trespass. [d10] [d10]

1784


June 19—Garret Van Cleef and his wife Dinah signed a Mortgage detailing payments made, and those to be made, in the following years to Joseph Laboyteaux for property in Hunterdon County, which undoubtedly included the taven house. [49] [d11]

1784


During the June term of the Court of Common Plea for Somerset County, New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux, petitioned the court for a tavern license. In this petition it was given that Joseph was living near "New shannack Church" where formerly was a tavern kept by Derrick Voorheese. [d12]

1784

July—Joseph “Labatux” was living at Hillsborough, Somerset County, New Jersey—in his household were living 9 inhabitants, 2 horses and one cow. [44] [d13]

1784



During the September term of the Inferior Court of Quarter Sessions for Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Garret Van Cleef, an inhabitant of the Township of Amwell, petitioned the court for a tavern license.—In this application Garret Van Cleef stated that he "hath Purchased the House and Lott Lately Belonging to Joseph Liberteaux Where there hath Formerly been at Tavern Keep." [d14] [n23]

1785 Jasper Smith sued Joseph Laboyteaux in a Hunterdon County Court." [d15]

1792

February 7—An advertisement appeared in the Brunswick Gazette stated that Joseph Laboyteaux had recently moved to a house previously occupied by Peter Wyckoff [n22] and Gisbert Van Sickle.

1795

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory:
             Laboyteaux, Joseph, shoemaker, 33 Banker Street [n12] [n21]

1796

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory:
             Laboyteaux, Joseph, shoemaker, 23 Rutger-Street [n13] [n21]

1804-1805


In the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Joseph Laboyteaux successfully sued Cornelius Bodine for debt. Appearently the case resulted from the exchange of horses—the defendant was ordered to pay, "Twenty Dollars debt as also the sum of Six Dollars + Sixty two Cents Cost." [d16]

1808


The following listings appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Labatoix Joseph, shoemaker 4 E. George [n14] [n21]
             Labertou Margaret, 125 Lombard [n15]

1810 The 1810 Federal Census was taken. 

1810

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboytaux Joseph, shoemaker 18 Magazine [n16] [n21]

1814

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [46]
             Laberteaux Mary, 21 Frankfort [n17]

1815

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laberto Elizabeth, nurse 140 Mulberry [n10] [n18]

1816-1817

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteaux Joseph, shoemaker 138 Hester [n19] [n21]

1817-1818

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteux Joseph, shoemaker 138 Hester [n19] [n21]

1818-1819


The following listings appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteaux Joseph, shoemaker 138 Hester [n19] [n21]
             Laboyteux Mary, nurse 138 Hester [n19]

1819-1820

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteaux Joseph, shoemaker 138 Hester and 195 Anthony [n19] [n20] [n21]

1820-1821

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteaux widow of Joseph 98(?) Anthony [n21]

1821-1822

The following listing appeared in a New York City directory: [45]
             Laboyteaux widow of Joseph, 95 Anthony [n21]

1826 March 16—Joseph Laboyteaux, reported as age eightyeight years, died at New York City. [35]

1826




March 17—In the New-York Evening News appeared the following notice:
            "DIED—Joseph Laboyteaux, age 88 years, an old and respectable inhabitant of this city.
            The friends of the family and those of his grand son, Joseph Juel, are particularly requested
            to attend his funeral to-morrow afternoon from the residence of his grand daughter Mrs.
            Henry Davis,No. 67 Ann st. at half past three o'clock."  [d17]



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