coppernoll Coppernoll Family

There are many variations in the spelling of the name Coppernoll in early records....

Please help me identify this mystery woman.  Which Coppernoll family is hers?  Margaret Coppernoll, b. April 24, 1786, d. June 2, 1861 at Clockville, Madison Co., NY. She is buried in the Clockville cemetery with her husband Reuben Parkhill. They were married November 5, 1806. Clockville was settled by the Klock family from the Mohawk Valley of NY. It is almost certain that Margaret belongs to these Coppernoll lines below, but which one?  Her vital records are from a family bible and family history is that she was from Cherry Valley area of New York. Can anyone help identify her line of descent? walkers@vaix2.net

Other mystery Coppernolls.  Can you help identify these people?
 

Generation No. 1
1.  JAN1 VAN COPPENOL , February 1658/59, arrived in the Faith from Remsen, farmer, with wife and 2 children1

Child of JAN VAN COPPENOL is:
2. i. CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, b. Abt. 1654, Holland; d. 1690, Schenectady, New York.
 

Generation No. 2
2.  CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL (JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1654 in Holland1, and died 1690 in Schenectady, New York1.  He married LEAH VAN SLYCK 16701, daughter of CORNELIUS VAN SLYCK and OTS HARTELL.  She was born  in New York1, and died Aft. 16931. Claes arrived in US before 1670 on the ship Faith (?), from Holland or Belgium.

Child of CLAAS COPPERNOL and LEAH VAN SLYCK is:
3. i. WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, b. March 1687/88, born at the Willows?, Schenectady, New York; d. December 24, 1787, Stone Arabia, New York - aged 99 yrs. 9 mos..
 
 

Generation No. 3
3.  WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL (CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)2 was born March 1687/88 at the Willows?, Schenectady, New York3 Christening: May 22, 1691, Albany, Albany Co., New York4, and died December 24, 1787 in Stone Arabia, New York - aged 99 yrs. 9 mos.3.  He married ANGELICA LANTGRAEF Abt. 1712 in New York3, daughter of GEORGE LANTGRAEF and ELIZABETH CATHARINA.  June 5, 1714;  Reyer Shumacher and Jan Pieterse Mebie sold to him for 4-16 (twelve dollars) a lot at Schenectady, New York , having to west and other lot of Mebie occupied by Marte Von Bethuysen; to the east, a lot ot Albert Vedder; to the south, the highway (Front Street); and to the north, the Mohawk River, having in all five acres.  October 19, 1723;  original proprietor with 27 other Palatines (a total of 127 people with their wives and children) of Stone Arabia (N.Y.) patent of 12,700 acres in the Mohawk Valley.  William not a Palatine but a cousin of Harmanus Van Slyk who had originally owned through inheritance a large tract containing the Stone Arabia land.  This land had been deeded to the Van Slyk's by the Mohawks.  It is possible that his position among the Palatines was that of an advisor and negotiator with the Indians, and also with his cousin Harmanus.  He was granted lot # 20 (the lot later sold for the building of a church) Lot #59 and Great lot #10 which was held by the family four or five generations, and is located on a crossroad running from the road known as the "new Turnpike", (from Johnstown - Ephratah road to N.Y. route 5.) to the one known as the Indian Road in Stone Arabia.  On this farm an old family cemetary is located.  The tombstone records appear in "NYS Cemetary, Church and Town Records", prepared by the DAR.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)
1730; Warner Dygert purchased more land of William Coppernoll. (Stone Arabia, NY)
May 9, 1732; obligated himself under a penalty of 100 pounds, to convey a desired lot of 50 acres for the church, to Andreas Fink, Werner Diegert and Johannes Schnell by this date.  This present churches currently occupy this same lot.  The price was 20 pounds New York currency.  Military Service: Tryon Co. militia5 Town Offices: 1715, Indian War - two foot company of Schenectady6 Residence: 1727, lived on Green Street, Schenectady6

Children of WILLEM COPPERNOLL and ANGELICA LANTGRAEF are:
4. i. CLAES4 COPPERNOL, b. Abt. 1714, New York; d. Bef. 1760?
5. ii. GEORGE COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1716.
 
 

Generation No. 4
4.  CLAES4 COPPERNOL (WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1714 in New York  Christening: December 18, 1714, First Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York6 (sponsers at baptism Leah and Jonathan Stevens), and died Bef. 1760?6.  He married LISABET SCHNEL (descendant of Jacob Schnel from the Palatinate on the Rhine who emigrated 17106) Bef. 17416.  She died Aft. 1760 of Amenia, Dutchess Co., New York6. No further records found - not listed Muster Roll for French & Indian War - 1760  1760, widowed, went to live with son William in Amenia6

Children of CLAES COPPERNOL and LISABET SCHNEL are:
6. i. WILLIAM5 COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1741, of Amenia, Dutchess Co., New York; d. 1830, Red Hook,  Dutchess Co., New York.
 ii. ANNA MARGRETHA COPPERNOLL, Christening: October 23, 17436
7. iii. MAJOR JOHN COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1755; d. Bef. 1810, ?, of Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York.
 

5.  GEORGE4 COPPERNOLL (WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)7 Christening: April 14, 1716, First Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York12 (sponsers at baptism Bartley Dygert and wife).  He married ANNA ELIZABETH LAUX9 January 28, 1739/40 in Stone Arabia Reformed Church, Stone Arabia, New York10,11.
ANNA ELIZABETH LAUX: The Laux family was one of the most ancient and honorable of France, and for many centuries seated in Augomois and Bearn.  At the Revocation, they were compelled to flee to the adjoining Protestent countries.  Philip and Nicholas Laux (Loucks) with their families were among the four thousand Palatines who sailed for America in 1709 and 1710.  Nicholas Laux descendants settled around Stone Arabia, New York.  Many Elizabeth Laux.   (The Coppernol Family Genealogy)

Children of GEORGE COPPERNOLL and ANNA LAUX are:
 i. CATERINA5 COPPERNOLL13, Christening: 1741, 1st Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York, sponsers at baptism Claes Kobernol and Catrina Laux14
8. ii. WILLIAM COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1742.
 iii. DIRCK COPPERNOLL15, Christening: October 07, 1744, 1st Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York16, sponsers at baptism Adam Laux and Catherine Snell16; died young16.
 iv. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL, b. December 22, 1744, Stone Arabia , New York16, Christening: February 17, 1744/45, Stone Arabia Reformed Church, Stone Arabia, New York16
9. v. ENSIGN DIETRICH COPPERNOLL, b. April 23, 1748, Stone Arabia , New York; d. July 14, 1822, of Palatine, Montgomery Co., New York.
 vi. MARIA COPPERNOLL17, Baptism: April 16, 175119
10. vii. MAJOR NICOLAS COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1752; d. March 08, 1825, Fort Plain, New York.
11. viii. SERGEANT WILHELM COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1753; d. Aft. 1789, of Rochester, Munroe Co., New York.
12. ix. CORPOREL ADAM COPPERNOLL, b. August 06, 1755, of Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York; d. August 17, 1826, of West Brunswick (Ohio City).
13. x. EVE COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1755.
 
 

Generation No. 5
6.  WILLIAM5 COPPERNOLL (CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1741 of Amenia, Dutchess Co., New York20, and died 1830 in Red Hook,  Dutchess Co., New York20.  He married SOPHIA KIEHL June 10, 1774 in Red Hook, New York20.  She was born 1746 in Germany20, and died April 1840 in age 94 yrs, Dutchess Co., New York20. Rev. War;  served as Private and Sergeant in Colonel Klock's regiment, New York Militia.  About 1780, visited home on a permit signed by Washington.  The permit was a family possession for many years.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)  Residence: Abt. 1760, to the town of Milan with his mother22. SOPHIA KIEHL: Burial: St. Peters German Lutheran Chuchyard, Dutchess Co., N.Y.22

Children of WILLIAM COPPERNOLL and SOPHIA KIEHL are:
 i. HENRICH6 COPPERNOLL, Christened; February 26, 1776, St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church22; died young22.
 ii. ANNA COPPERNOLL, Christening: September 13, 1778, German Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, New York22, sponsers at baptism Henry Deitz and Anna Muller; d. April 17, 186422.On her death she said, "I came into the world in the midst of a terrible war and should go out of it in the midst of another."  Lost 2 of her three grandsons in the battles of the Union Army.  Her 13 children were all alive at her death, the youngest forty one years old.  A black woman, nearly as old as she, who had been her slave, walked four miles to be at her funeral and wept over her grave.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)
 iii. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL, Christening: September 13, 1778, German Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, New York22, sponsers at baptism John George Kuchenheim and Anna Schmidt22
iv. PHILIP COPPERNOLL, Christening: March 29, 1781, St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church22; d. December 21, 1807, age 26 yrs22.
v. HENRICH COPPERNOLL, Christening: November 02, 1783, Reformed Church, Red Hook, New York22 , sponsers at baptism Henrich Koutsman and Berbel Dietz22
 vi. CATHARINE COPPERNOLL, Christening: June 12, 1787, St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church, sponsers at baptism Anna Deitz and Johannes Trebor22
 vii. JOHN COPPERNOLL, Christening: February 01, 1790, St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church22.
 viii. WILLIAM COPPERNOLL, b. 179222; d. June 24, 1866, age 74 yrs. - Upper Red Hook, New York22.  Burial: Dutch Reformed Churchyard, Upper Red Hook, New York22
 

7.  MAJOR JOHN5 COPPERNOLL (CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)23 was born Abt. 175524, and died Bef. 1810, of Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York24.  He married GERTRUDE DYGERT25 Abt. 177326.  She was born Abt. 1758 in New York, and died Aft. 181426.  Rev. War;  Served as Lieutenent in Klock's 2nd Regt., Captain John Braddock's company, 2nd regiment of New York Levies commanded by Colonel Lewis Dubois,  7/1/1780 to 10/24/1780.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy) Residence: 1800, of Fairfield, New York according to census, not on 1810 or 182028
Will: no letters of administration or will found28 GERTRUDE DYGERT: A descendant of Warner Dygert, German immigrant28. 1814;  son George's will mentions in his will that "his mother should be supported with the family provided she does not claim her third"  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)  Married at least twice28

Children of JOHN COPPERNOLL and GERTRUDE DYGERT are:
14. i. GEORGE6 COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1774, Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York; d. 1814, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York.
 ii. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL29, b. December 08, 178230,31, Christening: December 14, 1782, German Flats Reformed Church32, sponsers at baptism Peter S. Dygert and Sarah32
 iii. WILLIAM D. COPPERNOLL33, b. June 21, 1785, Otsego Co., New York34,35 Christening: July 11, 1785, German Flats Reformed Church36,37, sponsers at baptism William Coppernoll and Lena38
15. iv. JOHN COPPERNOLL, b. October 07, 1787, Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co.,  New York; d. August 1833, Canada.
 v. PETER COPPERNOLL39, b. November 24, 1790, Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co.,  New York40,41, Christening: November 24, 1790, Stone Arabia Lutheran Church, Stone Arabia, New York, Sponsors; Peter S. Tyghart & Sara; Wilhelm Coppernoll & Lena; Peter Homan, Maria Hess42; d. November 11, 1850, Otsego Co., New York42.  Burial: Schuyler Lake, Otsego Co., New York  Town Offices: War of 1812 - disabled veteran42
 vi. ABRAM COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 179242.
 vii. MARIA COPPERNOLL, b. July 19, 179342.
 viii. GERTRUDE COPPERNOLL, b. June 07, 179642.
 

8.  WILLIAM5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)43 was born Abt. 174243.  He married MARIA ELIZABETH SALTSMAN43, daughter of GEORGE SALSMAN.  Military Service: Tryon Co. miitia43

Child of WILLIAM COPPERNOLL and MARIA SALTSMAN is:
 i. WILHELM6 COPPERNOLL43, b. January 05, 176543.  Baptism: January 13, 1765, Sponsors Wilhelm Lauchs & his wife, Margretha43
 

9.  ENSIGN DIETRICH5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)43 was born April 23, 1748 in Stone Arabia , New York44 Christening: July 01, 1749, Stone Arabia Reformed Church, Stone Arabia, New York sponsers at baptism Dirck Laux and Anna Hagedorn48 , and died July 14, 1822 of Palatine, Montgomery Co., New York44.  He married ELIZABETH LOUCKS45 March 28, 1775 in Stone Arabia Reformed Dutch Church, Stone Arabia, New York46,47, daughter of HENRY LOUCKS and MARIA CROUSE.  She was born May 21, 1753 of Stone Arabia, New York48, and died Aft. 1836 of Palatine, Montgomery Co., New York48.  Revolutionary War;  Appointed Ensign August 26, 1775 in Captain John Kayser's company in Colonel Jacob Klock's New York regiment.  Served from August 7, 1776, nine months as Sergeant, Captain Christian Getman's company in Colonel Jacob Klock's regiment, ranging and scouting in the Mohawk Valley.  Continued to serve at various times as Ensign and Lieutenent in Captains Andrew Dillenbeck's and Sylvanus Cook's companies in Colonel Jacob Klock's regiment; he was in the battle of Oriskany 1777, and commanded the company at the  Battles of Stone Arabia and Johnstown, 1781. Continued in the service until the close of the war.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)Earliest land record of this family in book 3 page 35 of Fulton Co. Deeds   ELIZABETH LOUCKS: December 12, 1836, allowed widows pension on husband's war service50 Residence: December 12, 1836, Of Palatine, NY51

Children of DIETRICH COPPERNOLL and ELIZABETH LOUCKS are:
 i. GEORGE R.6 COPPERNOLL51, b. July 11, 177652; d. October 12, 184852.
 ii. HENRICK COPPERNOLL53, b. April 11, 177854; died young54.
 iii. MARIA COPPERNOLL55, b. January 01, 178056.
 iv. RICHARD COPPERNOLL57, b. September 06, 178258, Baptism: August 30, 178259; died young58.
16. v. ADAM R. COPPERNOLL, b. February 24, 1785; d. 1872, of Eprathah, Montgomery (Fulton) Co., New York.
 vi. EVE COPPERNOLL59, b. November 16, 1788, Palatine, Montgomery Co., New York or November 23, 1787 bap. December 1787?60,61. Baptism: Sponsors Caspar Koch & Catharina: Johannes Hees & his wife Eva (born: Coppernoll)
 vii. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL61, b. February 06, 179062.
 viii. JACOB COPPERNOLL63, b. September 21, 179464; d. December 25, 1813, age 19 years65.
 

10. MAJOR NICOLAS5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)66 was born Abt. 175267 Baptism: August 03, 175270, and died March 08, 1825 in Fort Plain, New York67.  He married ELIZABETH (MARIA) REID68 177069.  Rev. War;  Lieutenent in Colonel Jacob Klock's 2nd regiment, Tryon County Militia, New York under Lieutenent Colonel Peter Wagoner, Major Christian William Fox.  Paid for services as Lieutenent in Klock's regiment August 28, 17__.  Not dated.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)August 1, 1816;  John N. with wife Margaret, Andrew Coppernoll and Caty his wife, Nicolas N. Coppernoll and Maria, his wife; sold 150 acres, 5 lots #22, 23, 29, 30 and 39, from the Stone Arabia Patent originally belonging to Andreas Fink and Johannes Snell.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)  1790, 3 sons under 16 yrs, 3 daughters.

Children of NICOLAS COPPERNOLL and ELIZABETH REID are:
 i. NICOLAS6 COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 177271; d. Bef. 183071.
 ii. ANDREW COPPERNOLL, b. January 11, 177971; d. June 21, 1854, age 75 years - Cato, Cayuga Co., New York71; m. CATHERINE.August 1, 1816;  John N. with wife Margaret, Andrew Coppernoll and Caty his wife, Nicolas N. Coppernoll and Maria, his wife; sold 150 acres, 5 lots #22, 23, 29, 30 and 39, from the Stone Arabia Patent originally belonging to Andreas Fink and Johannes Snell.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy) Burial: Union Hill Cemetery, Cato, Cayuga Co., New York71. Had children; Andrew A., Byrum, Charles, Harriet, Mary Elizabeth, William Henry b. 1818, David b. about 1826, Abbie b. about 1836, Harvey b. 1841, Catherine b. February 14, 1845, Amanda b. about 8, 1846.
Cayuga Co NY Wills Vol. K page 225 Andrew Coppernoll of Cato probated 29 Aug 1854 will dated 26 Feb 1852 died 21 June 1854  executor, Abner Hollister died before probate next of kin at law: Andrew A. Coppernoll of Cato  Catherine Ruleff of Conquest  Harriet De Forrest Byram Coppernoll  Charles Coppernoll, all of Victory  Mary Peck of state of Illinois  William H. Coppernoll, Cato
In the name of God. Amen.  I, Andrew Coppernoll of Cato in the County of Cayuga and State of New York being of sound and disposing mind and memory do hereby make and publish and declare this my last will and testament in manner following:
First. I order and direct that my Executors hereinafter named pay all my just debts & funeral charges as soon after my decease as conveniently may be.
Secondly, As I have heretofore given and settled with my sons Andrew A., William Henry and Byram Copenall and paid them by gift all same which I know they they or either of them are entitled, to out of my estate in full.
Thirdly, I give and bequeath to my son Charles one thousand dollars to be paid to him by my executors hereinafter named on the term following that is after he is settled in life and steadily pursing business which sum of one thousand dollars is to be put to interest and kept so by my executors until such time as he shall be entitled to it as above after the term of payment which is named hereinafter, this sum is to be put to interest in one year after my decease, and paid to him as directed above. I give to my daughter Mary Elizabeth wife of William Peck Three Hundred Dollars and to my daughter Catherine the wife of John Ruleff the sum of two hundred dollars, also I give to my daughter Harriet wife of william De Forest the sum of two hundred dollars these sums for my daughters shall be paid them in three years after my decease.
Fourthly I hereby nominate & appoint my son William Henry Copernoll and Abner Hollister Esq. directing them to put five dollars to interest which interest shall be appropriated in keeping the burying ground on my old farm in repair and the said William Henry Copernell & Abner Hollister my executors of this my last will and testimony hereby revoking all former wills by me made in witness whereoff I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty sixth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty two.
Andrew Coppernall (LS)   witnesses: Joseph De Hart, Conquest   Mary Rathbun, Weedsport
17. iii. JOHN N. COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1780, of New York; d. Bef. 1840.
 iv. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL72, b. January 28, 178273.  Christening: February 10, 1782, German Flats Reformed Church73,74, sponsers at baptism Richard Coppernoll and Elizabeth75
 v. CATHARINE COPPERNOLL76, b. May 09, 178577,78. Christening: May 16, 1785, German Flats Reformed Church, sponsors, Dietrich Coppernoll & Elisabeth; Adam Coppernoll & Maria Dillenbach79
 vi. GEORGE N. COPPERNOLL, b. April 08, 178879; d. December 12, 1866, town of Lysander, Onondaga Co., New York79.
 

11. SERGEANT WILHELM5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)80 was born Abt. 175381, and died Aft. 1789 of Rochester, Munroe Co., New York81.  He married (1) CATHERINA82.    He married (2) MAGDELENA WALLESER82 October 31, 1771 in Stone Arabia Reformed Church, Stone Arabia, New York83,84.  She died Aft. 178985.  Klock's 2nd Regt. - Rev. War85

Child of WILHELM COPPERNOLL and CATHERINA is:
 i. CATHERINA6 COPPERNOLL86, b. October 07, 178486.  Baptism: October 11, 1784, Spopnsors Georg Diet: Sutz & Maria Giels86

Children of WILHELM COPPERNOLL and MAGDELENA WALLESER are:
 ii. MARIA6 COPPERNOLL86, b. October 30, 1774, New York87. Baptism: November 13, 1774, Sponsors Nicolaus Coppernoll, Maria Finck88
 iii. WILLIAM TAGGERT COPPERNOLL, b. 178889.
 iv. LENA COPPERNOLL, b. June 18, 1789, Rochester, Munroe Co., New York90.
 

12.  CORPOREL ADAM5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)91 was born August 06, 1755 of Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York92 Baptism: October 12, 1755, Sponsors Clas KoberNoll, Catter Rina Laux: Henrich Laux, Lisabet Schnell: Dirck Louks, Anna Hagedoorn: Johannes Merckel, Maria Schnell; Niclas Schnell, Lea Hagedorn: Adam Laux, Catharina Lis Snell95, and died August 17, 1826 of West Brunswick (Ohio City)92.  He married ELIZABETH VAN ZEIS93 178494, daughter of JOHANNES VAN SEYSSEN and MARGUERITA FORT.  She was born Abt. 1753 in Schenectady, New York94. Rev. War;  Enlisted March 9th, 1777 in Captain Graham's company, 1st New York regiment, commanded by General Van Schaeck.  Taken prisoner at Sabbath Day Point March 20th 1777 and returned on parole February 1778.  Corporal in "Finks",  September 1, 1780.  Drafted into Bleeker's company January 1781.  Severely wounded at Yorktown, October 1781, by an exploding shell, leaving him a cripple.  He was carried from the field of battle by fellow soldier John Pardee.  Transferred to corps of invalids about 1782.  Discharged by General Washington, November 3, 1782.  Pensioned at $60.00 a year.  John Pardee had moved to Fairfield after the war and a friendship continued between them. February 19, 1796;  In the Act passed of this date he was balloted 600 acres in township 28 (Sterling, New York), Lot #26 in the military tract for services in Captain Bleeker's Co. of the First N.Y. line regiment.  Abt 1806;  moved to Norway, Herkimer Co., New York, purchasing the farm and mill property of Green Gardner where H.M. Rockwell resided in 1889.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)  Burial: Norway Village Cemetary, Norway, Herkimer Co., New York - unmarked96  Occupation: miller, farmer96.  Residence: 1806, moved to Norway, Herkimer Co., New York96
ELIZABETH VAN ZEIS: name originally Seyssen96

Children of ADAM COPPERNOLL and ELIZABETH VAN ZEIS are:
 i. ADAM A.6 COPPERNOLL, b. August 03, 178596; d. February 28, 1854, Oneida Valley, Madison Co., New York - age 68 years 7 months96; m. ELIZABETH POST, 181296; d. October 25, 1846, Oneida Valley, Madison Co., New York96. Town of Schuyler, Herkimer Co., New York;  "It is known that while here the Coppernoll family lived in a log house near the end of what is now known as Carder Lane on the west side of the road just as it turns up toward the old Bridenbecker farm."  Members of the Methodist Protestant Church.    (Coppernoll Family Genealogy) Moved to Tillaborough, Sullivan Co., later to Oneida Valley96 BurialOneida Valley, Madison Co., New York96
18. ii. DEACON GEORGE A. COPPERNOLL, b. 1786; d. 1859, of Norway, Herkimer Co., New York.
 iii. MARIA MARGARETHA COPPERNOLL, b. July 20, 178996; m. GEORGE SPRAKER; b. , of Norway, Herkimer Co., New York96; of Ohio96.Does anyone have more on this line?
 iv. WILLIAM A. COPPERNOLL97, Christening: September 17, 1791, Stone Arabia Lutheran Church, Stone Arabia, New York, sponsors Jerg Copernol, Elisabet Copernol98,99; d. December 1810, aged 19 yrs.98.  Cause of Death: pitchfork wound98
 v. ANNA COPPERNOLL, Christening: May 28, 1795100; d. October 31, 1881100; m. WILLIAM HADCOCK.
 vi. DOROTEA COPPERNOLL, Christening: April 20, 1799, Stone Arabia Lutheran Church, Stone Arabia, New York100; m. REVEREND EARL B. FULLER.
 

13.  EVE5 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1755100.  She married JOHANNES HEES a widower at marriage.  He was born March 04, 1742/43 in Holland100, and died of Stone Arabia, New York.
He was a merchant, teacher, preacher and in Rev. War - at Oriskany100

Children of EVE COPPERNOLL and JOHANNES HEES are:
 i. MARIA6 HASE, b. July 10, 1772100.
 ii. ABRAHAM HASE, b. May 06, 1775100.
 iii. ISAAC HASE, b. June 06, 1778100.
 iv. JACOB HASE, b. December 30, 1780100.
 v. ELIZABETH HASE, b. July 15, 1784100.
 
 

Generation No. 6
14.  GEORGE6 COPPERNOLL (JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1774 in Fairfield, Herkimer Co., New York100, and died 1814 in Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York100.  He married MAGDALENA Abt. 1798 in Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York?  She was born Abt. 1777 in Otsego Co., New York.  Will probated Otsego Co. (Cooperstown?)100

Children of GEORGE COPPERNOLL and MAGDALENA are:
19. i. GEORGE L.7 COPPERNOLL, b. 1800, Otsego Co., New York.
 ii. JAMES COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1802, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York; d. November 20, 1839, Otsego, Otsego Co., New York.
 iii. WILLIAM COPPERNOLL, b. 1799, Otsego Co., New York.
 iv. ELIZABETH COPPERNOLL, b. December 29, 1801, Minden, New York.
 v. MARY M. COPPERNOLL, b. 1803, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York; d. August 17, 1866, Cooperstown, Otsego Co., New York.
 vi. ABRAHAM COPPERNOLL, b. 1808, Otsego Co., New York.
 vii. ANNA BARBARA COPPERNOLL, b. 1814, Minden, New York.
 

15.  JOHN6 COPPERNOLL (JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born October 07, 1787 in Stone Arabia, Herkimer Co.,  New York101, and died August 1833 in Canada102.  He married ELIZABETH CARTER January 01, 1804 in Manhiem, New York, daughter of ROBERT CARTER.  She was born 1786 in New York, and died 1870 in Bridgeport, Madison Co., New York.  Of Hamilton, Madison Co., New York  War of 1812 (Land Bounty Records)102

Children of JOHN COPPERNOLL and ELIZABETH CARTER are:
 i. COPPERNOLL7, b. Abt. 1828, of Madison, New York103.
20. ii. EPHRAIM COPPERNOLL, b. 1808, New York; d. February 07, 1848, Orleans, Jefferson Co., New York.
 iii. HENRY COPPERNOLL, b. July 27, 1807, Manhiem, New York.
 iv. ROBERT COPPERNOLL, b. 1809, New York; d. 1881, Jackson township, Porter, Indiana.
 v. WILLIAM COPPERNOLL, b. 1817, New York; d. March 23, 1898, Huntington, Indiana.
21. vi. JOHN COPPERNOLL, b. 1820, Madison Co., New York.
22. vii. JACOB COPPERNOLL, b. 1826; d. 1901, Madison Co., New York.
 

16.  ADAM R.6 COPPERNOLL (DIETRICH5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)104 was born February 24, 1785105, and died 1872 of Eprathah, Montgomery (Fulton) Co., New York105.  He married MARIA YOUNG.  1840, Eprathata, Montgomery (Fulton) Co., New York106

Child of ADAM COPPERNOLL and MARIA YOUNG is:
23. i. JACOB7 COPPERNOLL, b. January 11, 1818, Montgomery Co., New York; d. Aft. 1862.
 

17.  JOHN N.6 COPPERNOLL (NICOLAS5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born Abt. 1780 of New York107, and died Bef. 1840107.  He married MARGARET LIPE.  August 1, 1816;  John N. with wife Margaret, Andrew Coppernoll and Caty his wife, Nicolas N. Coppernoll and Maria, his wife; sold 150 acres, 5 lots #22, 23, 29, 30 and 39, from the Stone Arabia Patent originally belonging to Andreas Fink and Johannes Snell.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)

Child of JOHN COPPERNOLL and MARGARET LIPE is:

 i. MARGARET ANN7 COPPERNOLL, b. September 15, 1819, of New York108.
 

18.  DEACON GEORGE A.6 COPPERNOLL (ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born 1786109, and died 1859 of Norway, Herkimer Co., New York109.  He married MARY LANING.  She was of Mohawk Valley, New York.  Lost the farm where they lived (later owned by H.M. Rockwell in 1889) when the title proved defective.  After this a mill property bought in the town of Western was swept off by high water.  They were honest, hard working people and strictly temperate.  At age 72 it is said that George reported having never drunk a drop of whiskey.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)  Justice town of Ohio many years109  Occupation: miller, farmer109  Deacon, Presbyterian Church for 25 years, town clerk (town of Ohio, Herkimer Co.), 1827, 1829-31, 1833-35, 1839, 1852, 1853109
MARY LANING: Family of original settlers Mohawk Valley109

Children of GEORGE COPPERNOLL and MARY LANING are:
 i. ADAM7 COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889109.
 ii. WILLIAM COPPERNOLL, d. Aft. 1889, of Ingersoll, Ontario109Prominent in social, political and military life109.  Assembly candidate Democratic ticket 1854, 1857 for Republican was elected109. Town Offices: town of Ohio, Herkimer Co., NY, town supervisor 1843, 1845, 1850, 1853, 1854, 1859. Town clerk 1837No children109
24. iii. SAMUEL COPPERNOLL, b. September 05, 1822, Herkimer Co., New York; d. Bef. 1889, of Port Sanilac, Michigan.
25. iv. JAMES MUNROE COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889, Brooklyn, New York.
 v. WASHINGTON COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889109.
26. vi. BETSEY COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889.
 vii. MARIA COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889109.
 viii. NANCY ANN COPPERNOLL, d. Bef. 1889109.
 ix. LANEY COPPERNOLL, d. Aft. 1889109; m. ASH; d. Bef. 1889109.
 
 

Generation No. 7
19.  GEORGE L.7 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE6, JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born 1800 in Otsego Co., New York.  He married NANCY PALMER 1821 in Otsego Co., New York.

Children of GEORGE COPPERNOLL and NANCY PALMER are:
 i. NANCY8 COPPERNOLL, b. Abt. 1830, Mohawk, Herkimer Co., New York.
 ii. GEORGE LESTER COPPERNOLL, b. 1822, West Exeter, New York; d. November 08, 1905, Ilion, New York.
 iii. JOSEPH H. COPPERNOLL, b. 1825, West Exeter, New York?.
 iv. LUCRETIA COPPERNOLL, b. June 21, 1828, Mohawk, Herkimer Co., New York.
 

20.  EPHRAIM7 COPPERNOLL (JOHN6, JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born 1808 in New York, and died February 07, 1848 in Orleans, Jefferson Co., New York.  He married SUSAN Abt. 1830 in Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., New York.  She was born 1811 of Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., New York.
VITAL RECORDS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, 1847, 1848, and 1849 TOWN OF ORLEANS
CUPPERNALL, Ephraim, 29, marr., laborer inflammation of lungs Feb 7, 1848
CUPPERNALL, Betsey, 8 billious fever Sep 3, 1848

Children of EPHRAIM COPPERNOLL and SUSAN are:
 i. MARYANNA8 COPPERNOLL, b. 1837, Hamilton, Madison Co., New York.
 ii. EUGENE B. COPPERNOLL, b. September 1844, Hamilton, Madison Co., New York.
 iii. CLARISSA COPPERNOLL, b. 1835, Hamilton, Madison Co., New York.
iv. BETSEY COPPERNOLL, b. about 1840; d. September 3, 1848.
 v. HALE S. COPPERNOLL, b. 1842, Hamilton, Madison Co., New York; d. April 26, 1874, Madison, Wisconsin.
 vi. JASON S. COPPERNOLL, b. September 1833, Hamilton, Madison Co., New York.
 

21.  JOHN7 COPPERNOLL (JOHN6, JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born 1820 in Madison Co., New York.  He married BETSEY SCHAEFFER Abt. 1842 in Holland Patent, Oneida Co., New York?.  She was born Abt. 1824 in Holland Patent, Oneida Co., New York.

Child of JOHN COPPERNOLL and BETSEY SCHAEFFER is:
 i. HARVEY J.8 COPPERNOLL, b. November 16, 1843, Madison Co., New York; d. September 19, 1934, Elmore, Minnesota.
 

22.  JACOB7 COPPERNOLL (JOHN6, JOHN5, CLAES4 COPPERNOL, WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL)110 was born 1826110, and died 1901 in Madison Co., New York110.  He married ANGELINE Abt. 1855. Burial: Lenox Rural Cemetery, Canastota, Madison Co., New York110. She d. Abt. June 15, 1923
  Mrs. Angeline Cuppernoll
Mrs. Angeline Cuppernoll, widow of Jacob Cuppernoll, died Saturday in her 88th year. She had been a resident of Canastota for many years,
coming here from Bridgeport after her marriage. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Alice Cleveland; five grandchildren, Mrs. Hubert Tubbs, South Bay; Mrs. Viola Simmons, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Eugene Burdo, Mrs. Alice Stormey, Syracuse; Fred Cleveland, Canastota. There is also a daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Haly of South Bay, and two great grandchildren, Velma Tubbs and Sarah Simmons.
The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cleveland in N. Main St. and burial was in Lenox Rural Cemetery.  (Canastota Bee Journal)

Child of JACOB COPPERNOLL and ANGELINE is:
 i. FRANK M.8 COPPERNOLL110, b. July 28, 1869110; d. August 12, 1912, Madison Co., New York110; m. SARAH A. BURGO110; b. June 14, 1875110; d. March 21, 1959, Madison Co., New York110.  Burial: Lenox Rural Cemetery, Canastota, Madison Co., New York with wife110.
  Frank Cuppernoll of South Bay Succumbed to Typhoid Monday
The many friends of Frank Cuppernoll of the Lake View House at South Bay, the past popular hotel proprietor on the shores of Oneida Lake were painfully shocked Monday to hear of his death. Mr. Cuppernoll had been ill for several weeks but he had been in bed only from the previous Thursday. He was attended by Dr. Reames and was being cared for by a trained nurse. Mr. Cuppernoll did not realize his serious condition and Sunday afternoon he sat on the side of the bed and told Charles Phillips of this village that he expected to be around in a few days. Monday morning about 6:30 he died. The doctor thinks that a perforation of the bowels was the immediate cause of death.
Frank Cuppernoll was a resident of Canastota for some years before going to South Bay nine years ago. He came here from Bridgeport where he was born 43 years ago, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cuppernoll who were pioneer residents of that place. In Canastota he was employed by the Canastota Electric Light Power company. In 1903 Mr. Cuppernoll went to South Bay as proprietor of the Stephens House which he managed for two years. He then took the Lake View House which he had successfully conducted for seven years.
Surviving Mr. Cuppernoll is his widow and two daughters, Mrs. Hubert Tubbs and Miss Viola Cuppernoll. He is also survived by his aged mother and one sister, Mrs. Anna Cleveland of Canastota.
Our South Bay correspondent writes as follows concerning Mr. Cuppernoll's death:
"Mr. Cuppernoll was a genial whole soul man, a kind father, a good neighbor and a willing contributor of time or money any good cause or
improvement that would better conditions in the place. He has made great improvements to his property and the high class trade which he attracted has helped to give our town a favorable reputation among the better class of people throughout the state. He was respected and loved for his good qualities by his friends and acquaintances, and especially by the children in the neighborhood. Messages of condolences are pouring in from all over the state which attest to the high esteem and popularity of the deceased."
The funeral which will be public, will be held at the Lake View House at 2 p.m., Thursday. The B.P.O. Elks, of which Mr. Cuppernoll was an
esteemed member, will take charge of the services at the house and grave, Rev. D.G. Christman of South Bay will preach the funeral sermon.
(Canastota Bee Journal)
ii. MARY E. COPPERNOLL, b. about 1861; d. January 28, 1863, buried East Settlement Cemetery, Bridgeport, Madison Co., New York
iii. ALICE COPPERNOLL, m. CLEVELAND and had son FRED at least.
 

23.  JACOB7 COPPERNOLL (ADAM R.6, DIETRICH5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born January 11, 1818 in Montgomery Co., New York111, died March 14, 1881 in West Verona, Oneida Co., New York.  1850, Verona, Oneida Co., New York  Burial: West Verona Cemetary, Verona, Oneida Co., NY.  He married AMELIA ROUSE Bef. 1839111.  She died Aft. 1862111.

Children of JACOB COPPERNOLL and AMELIA ROUSE are:
 i. MARY MARGARET8 COPPERNOLL, b. October 24, 1839, Montgomery Co., New York111.
 ii. JOHN A. COPPERNOLL, b. March 07, 1841; d. September 22, 1857, West Verona, Oneida Co., New York. Burial: West Verona Cemetary, Verona, Oneida Co., NY
 iii. MARTIN N. COPPERNOLL, b. 1843; d. 1916, West Verona, Oneida Co., New York. Burial: West Verona Cemetary, Verona, Oneida Co., NY.
 vi. LANDGRAVE COPPERNOLL, b. November 22, 1846111.
 v.  EMERGENE F. COPPERNOLL, b. 1847; d. 1937, West Verona, Oneida Co., New York. Burial: West Verona Cemetary, Verona, Oneida Co., NY
 vi. LUCINDA COPPERNOLL, b. 1852, Montgomery Co., New York111.
 vii. FRANKLIN COPPERNOLL, b. May 17, 1862, Montgomery Co., New York111
 

24.  SAMUEL7 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE A.6, ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) was born September 05, 1822 in Herkimer Co., New York, and died Bef. 1889 of Port Sanilac, Michigan112.  He married SUSAN WATERBURY November 26, 1847 in Watervliet, Albany Co., New York112, daughter of REVEREND TALMADGE WATERBURY.  1836;  engaged as a laborer on a dairy farm in native county, and after 2 years worked for his brother in law, also a dairyman of Herkimer Co.  1839;  worked for a man named Latham Gray as an apprentice learning the trade of carpentry and joiner, receiving $100.00 for the first years labors.  After completing his apprenticeship he worked for his brother, also a mechanic for two years.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)
One child at his death112 Occupation: druggist, postmaster112

Child of SAMUEL COPPERNOLL and SUSAN WATERBURY is:
27. i. GEORGE8 COPPERNOLL, d. Aft. 1889.
 

25.  JAMES MUNROE7 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE A.6, ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) died Bef. 1889 in Brooklyn, New York112.  He married DELIA THORP.  She died Aft. 1889112. Abt 1864;  removed to Brooklyn, New York where he engaged in a lumber firm doing business in Georgia.  This enterprise was cut short through the dishonesty of one of the firm.  James lost a hard earned fortune.  At this failure he became a travelling agent for an extensive N.Y.C. hardware firm.  (Coppernoll Family Genealogy) Prominent in social, political and military life. Fine looking man, natural born orator. Strict integrity - Democrat - strong and outspoken. 1864, removed to Brooklyn, New York.  S.S. Superintendent.  Good business ability, chief clerk at LaDue's Gray tannery; lumber firm - Brooklyn112

Children of JAMES COPPERNOLL and DELIA THORP are:
 i. COPPERNOLL8, d. Aft. 1889, of Brooklyn, New York112.
 ii. COPPERNOLL, d. Aft. 1889, of Brooklyn, New York112.
 

26.  BETSEY7 COPPERNOLL (GEORGE A.6, ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) died Bef. 1889112.  She married RUFUS SMITH.  He was born of Norway, Herkimer Co., New York112, and died of Oneida County, New York?112.

Children of BETSEY COPPERNOLL and RUFUS SMITH are:
 i. ERASTUS8 SMITH, of Oneida County, New York112.
28. ii. MARIA SMITH, d. Bef. 1889.
 
 

Generation No. 8
27.  GEORGE8 COPPERNOLL (SAMUEL7, GEORGE A.6, ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) died Aft. 1889112.

Child of GEORGE COPPERNOLL is:
 i. COPPERNOLL9, d. Aft. 1889, of Port Sanilac, Michigan112.
 

28.  MARIA8 SMITH (BETSEY7 COPPERNOLL, GEORGE A.6, ADAM5, GEORGE4, WILLEM3, CLAAS WILLEMSE2 COPPERNOL, JAN1 VAN COPPENOL) died Bef. 1889112.  She married DR. THOMAS PELL.

Child of MARIA SMITH and THOMAS PELL is:
 i. PELL9, of Rome, Oneida County, New York112.  Prominent business man112


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