10 Feb 1735 - 14 Feb 1795
Father: Nathaniel WOODHULL
- BIRTH: 10 Feb 1735, Brookhaven, Suffolk, Long Island, NY
- DEATH: 14 Feb 1795
Mother: Sarah SMITH
: Hester DUBOIS
_Richard WOODHULL _____
_Richard WOODHULL ___|
| |_Dorothy HOWELL _______+
_Nathaniel WOODHULL _|
| | _John TOPPING _________+
| |_Temperance TOPPING _|
| |_Sarah WHITE __________+
| _Richard SMITH ________
| _Richard SMITH ______|
| | |_Sarah HAMMOND ________+
|_Sarah SMITH ________|
| _John (Tucker) TOOKER _
|_Hannah TOOKER ______|
These sources disagree on the marriage date. The Smith book is both more specific and
more reasonable, given that the first child was born in 1758.
"Woodhull Genealogy: The Woodhull Family in England and America",
Mary Gould Woodhull and Frances Bowes Stevens,
Henry T. Coates & Co., Philadelphia, PA, 1904
"Jesse Woodhull, (Colonel), 4th generation, born February 10, 1735, was the third son and
seventh child of Nathaniel Wodhull and Sarah Smith. He married in the year 1753, Hester,
daughter of Nathaniel DuBois, of New Paltz, New York. She was born October 31, 1734,
and died November 29,1808. He died February 4, 1795."
"The Family of Richard Smith of Smithtown, Long Island"
Frederick Kinsman Smith
Smithtown Historical Society, Smithtown, NY, 1967
"Jesse, b. 10 Feb 1735, d. 4 Feb 1795, married (lic. 26 Oct 1757) Hester DuBois, b. 31 Oct 1734,
d. 29 Nov 1808, daughter of Nathaniel and Gertrude (Bruyn) DuBois, of Orange County, N.Y.
Jesse Woodhull settled in Blagg's Cove, Orange County, and at the beginning of the Revolution
was, as colonel, in command of the regiment of militia mustered from Cornwall, then including a
part of what is now Blooming Grove and Monroe."
International Genealogical Index (R)