Stephen Delancey (October 24, 1663, Caen – November 18, 1741) was a major
figure in the life of colonial New York. His children continued to wield great ...
The American merchant Stephen DeLancey (1663-1741) founded an elite New
York family and was an important colonial politician and entrepreneur.
DeLancey's grandfather was Stephen DeLancey who is well known to the early
history of New York. The DeLanceys took the wrong side in the American ...
In the book by D.A. Story The DeLancey's "A Romance of a Great Family" it starts
with ..... The two sons of Stephen and Ann (DeLancey) Bromley were: Stephen ...
Sep 13, 2010 ... Genealogy collaboration for Stephen Delancey born 1663 Caen, Normandie,
France died 1741 New York City, New York including ancestry + ...
DELANCEY genealogy and family tree collaboration. Ancestry ... Stephen
Delancey Lorene Campbell William Delancey Oliver DeLancey Bill DeLancey.
His paternal grandfather, Étienne (Stephen) DeLancey (1663-1741), was a
Huguenot nobleman from Caen who, because of religious persecution, left
Jun 21, 2009 ... The same year DeLancey became a member of the Governor's Council and the
New York Assembly, and ... Stephen DeLancey (1663 - 1741)
Mar 23, 2004 ... Anne deLancy, daughter of Stephen (Ettienne) deLancey, (a member of the
minor nobility of France who fled to America after the recovation of ...
Lieutenant governor and chief justice of the British colony of New York. The
eldest son of Stephen DeLancey, a prominent New York merchant-politician,