Philip Fetterly
(1730-1804)
Anna Margaretha Schumann
(1730-1793)

Peter Fetterly
(1746-1813)

 

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Parents:
1. Philip Fetterly & Anna Margaretha Schumann
2. Philip Fetterly & Anna Margaretha Schumann

Spouses/Children:
Hannah Anna Bassler

Peter Fetterly 1547

  • Born: 1746, Knox, Albany, New York, USA 1547
  • Marriage: Hannah Anna Bassler on 2 Feb 1786 in Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, USA 4,1585
  • Died: 27 Feb 1813, Williamsburg, Dundas, Ontario, Canada at age 67 1547
  • Buried: Matilda, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 4

bullet   Other names for Peter were Peter Vedder and Peter Vedder.

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bullet  General Notes:

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bullet  Burial Notes:

Event Description: Event Description: Harkness Cemetery
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Alt. Birth: New York, USA, 1753. 4

Memorial. 4 Peter Fetterly was born 1753 in New York Province, the son of Philip F etterly and Anna Margaretha Schumann.

A soldier of the American Revolution, Peter Fetterly, (a farmer and bl acksmith in New York), enlisted on 26 Oct. 1779 and served as a Privat e in the First Battalion of Sir John Johnson's King's Royal Regiment o f New York, and because of his service and loyalty to the Crown, settl ed on lands granted to him in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Up per Canada.

Peter's brother John Fetterly was imprisoned during the Revolutionar y War, and settled in Osnabruck Twp., Stormont Co., Upper Canada wit h his family in 1795 as per his petition to be added to the U.E. List.

Peter Fetterly was married to Hannah Baseler (1760-1840) in Feb. 178 6 in Beaver Dam (now Berne) New York, later returning to Canada. By 17 87 Peter and family were in Royal Township 4 (The History and Master R oll of the King's Royal Regiment of New York).

Peter Fetterly (probably the son Peter b. 1793) was a witness to losse s claimed by John Hanes at the Battle of Crysler's Farm. (Public Archi ves, military index). Peter Fetterly made a claim for 57-4-0 (pounds) . Philip Fetterly made a claim for 3-10-0.

Hannah Baseler Fetterly was the daughter of Friedrich Baseler (died a t Beaver Dam in 1784) and Anna Danner, and is buried in the Harkness F amily Cemetery, Con. 3, Lot 19, Matilda Twp., with her daughter Cathar ine Fetterly Harkness, married to John Harkness.

Peter Fetterly died before 1816.

Military: Sir John Johnson's King's Royal Regiment of New York New York, USA, 26 Oct 1779. Served as a Private in the First Battalion
Served as a Private in the First Battalion

Land: Williamsburg, Dundas, Ontario, Canada. 4 Because of his service and loyalty to the Crown, settled on lands gran ted to him in Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Upper Canada.

Alt. Birth: New York, USA, 1753. 4

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Land: Williamsburg, Dundas, Ontario, Canada. 4


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Peter married Hannah Anna Bassler, daughter of Friedrich Baseler and Anna Danner, on 2 Feb 1786 in Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, USA 4.,1585 (Hannah Anna Bassler was born in Apr 1761 in Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, USA,1547 died in 1840 in Iroquois, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 4,1547 and was buried in 1840 in Matilda, Dundas, Ontario, Canada 4.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Alt. Marriage: Schoharie, Schoharie, New York, USA, 2 Feb 1786. 4,1585


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Peter Fetterly was married to Hannah Baseler (1760-1840) in Feb. 178 6 in Beaver Dam (now Berne) New York, later returning to Canada. By 17 87 Peter and family were in Royal Township 4 (The History and Master R oll of the King's Royal Regiment of New York).

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