Assorted rogues - Person Sheet
Assorted rogues - Person Sheet
NameLieutenant Jonathon Dibble
Death16 Apr 1760, Stamford, Connecticut28
Death11 Dec 179228
Baptism15 Mar 171328
FatherEdward (ii) Jessup (1663-1732)
MotherElizabeth Hyde (1669-1747)
Marriage11 Nov 1736
ChildrenSarah (1737-)
 Abigail (1743-)
 Elizabeth (1745-1813)
 Deborah (1739-)
 George (1740-)
Notes for Lieutenant Jonathon Dibble
No good reference for the marriage date, only a web page. Seems to be a good one, though.

From that same web page:
Regardless of who his parents were, Jonathan/Jonathon was known as Lieutenant Dibble. He married Sarah Jessup on November 11, 1736. (Sarah's parents were Edward Jessup and Elizabeth Hyde.)

Their children were:
Sarah Dibble, born October 11, 1737. (She later married Jacob Valentine.)
Deborah Dibble, born June 26, 1739, in Stamford. (She married James Varian, and died on April 12, 1823.)
George Dibble, born December 2, 1740, in Stamford.
Abigail Dibble, born March 31, 1743, in Stamford. (She later married Edward Jessup.)
Elizabeth Dibble, born April 25, 1745 in Stamford. (She married Ebenezer Jessup.)

Lieutenant Dibble owned land on the west side of Chatham Square in New York City and "held a lease of the premises in the Bowery, known as the 'Bull's Head Tavern.'" He also owned land on the Hudson River in Wallkill, near Poughkeepsie, NY. Jesup reports that, "In consequence of the small-pox becoming epidemic, probably about 1760," he sold his New York City holdings and bought a large farm that straddled the NY-CT line, with parts in Bedford, NY and parts in Stamford, CT. His official residence seems nearly always to have been in Stamford, as four of his five children are recorded as being born there, including his only son George (citation: "Edward Jessup Geneology" via Bernhard). However, Reverend Jesup says that George, from whom our line is descended, was actually born in the Bull's Head Tavern.
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