M, b. 9 November 1734, d. 13 April 1780
|Father||Gysbert Dirckszen Uyt ten Bogaert b. b 24 Sep 1699, d. b 13 Mar 1744|
|Mother||Catharina Paalding b. b 11 Jun 1699, d. a 8 Feb 1758|
Johannes Gysbertszen was born on Tuesday, 9 November 1734 in the City, County & State of New York. On 10 November 1734, he was christened at the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church in the City, County & State of New York. The witnesses were Abraham Paslding & Neeltje Potter.3 He was often referred to as John. Johannes married Maria Vredenburg, daughter of Johannes Vredenburg and Jannetje Woodard, on 6 March 1757 at the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church in the City, County & State of New York.4 John & Mary resided at Tappan Bay during the Revolution. Their home was destroyed by fire by the British. They had eight children of which Katharine [wife of Augustus Wright] was the sixth child. Johannes departed this life on Thursday, 13 April 1780 in the City, County & State of New York.
|Maria Vredenburg b. 9 May 1739, d. 16 Apr 1824|
- [S106] Howland Delano Perrine, The Wright Family of Oysterbay, L.I. with the ancestry of and descent from Peter Wright and Nicholas Wright, 1423-1923, page 166 - His [being Augustus Wright] father-in-law, John Bogart, was a descendant of Jan Louwe Bogart, of Schoonrewoerd, Holland, who came to America in the summer of 1663, settling on Long Island, and removing to town of Haarlaem, now part of the City of New York, in 1672, and received grants of land. John Bogart, born in New York City, 9 November 1734, and died there 13 April 1780. Was son of Gilbert Bogart and Catharine Polhemus, of Brooklyn, born 1699, and died 3 December 1765. [N.Y.Co. Surrogate's Court,Letters of Administration, 15 May 1780; :iber 9 of Wills, page 304]
On 6 March 1757, John Bogart married Mary [John & Jane] Vredenburg, of New York City, born 9 May 1739, and died 16 April 1824. Resided at Tappan Bay during the Revolution, his home there being destroyed by the British, by fire. He has a family of eight children, whom Katharine Bogart was the sixth, and second of her name.
- [S93] Elizabeth Seaman Leggett, Journal of Elizabeth Seaman Leggett.
- [S518] New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church Christening Records, 10 November 1734 - Johannes; parents: Gysbert Uyttenbogaert Jr, Catharina Paalding; witnesses: Abraham Paslding, Neeltje Potter jd.
- [S519] New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church Marriage Records, 6 March 1757 - John Uitdenbogart & Maria Vreedenburg.