APPENDIX 13

THE 1673 CENSUS OF HEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND

This census is taken from a reproduction in Seon Manley`s, "Long Island Discovery", Doubleday & Company, Inc., Garden City, New York, 1966, pages 274-5. There it is called: Names of Inhabitants of the Town of Hempstead 1673. and is derived from [Vanderkemp's Transl. of Dutch Rec. XXII.]
John _____
John Smith Blew
Richard Geldersly, Sen _____ _____
Vrolphert Jacobs
Jan Carman
John Symons jun
Robert Jackson
Symon Tory
John Smith
Peter janse Schol
Ricard Gildersly
Robbert Beedill
George Hallet
Samuel Allen
Richard Valentyn
Keleb Carman
John Williams
Thomas Richmore
John Elleson
Edward Spry
William Osborne
Edward Remsen
John Fossaker
John Sorram
James Payne
William Fixton
Samuel Denton
Robberd Hobbs
Thomas Sodderd
John Smith jun
Joseph Williams
Ralph Haal
Daniel Beedell
John Jackson
Johnathan Smith
John Champion
John Hobbs
John Langd
Jonathan Semmes
John Bordes
Robberd Marisseau
Mos Hennery
John Beets Carpenter Samuel Embry
Matthew Beedel  
            Comes
Thomas Ellison
Philip Davis
_____ Hopkins
_____ _____
Adam View
Edward Titus
Richard Eliison
John Seavin
Thomas Teasay
Thomas Ireland
Thomas Ellison
Joseph Gem
Thomas Champion
Joseph Pettet
Richard Fotter
John Beddell
Thomas Southward
John Beates
Calvet Goullet
Christoffel Yeomans
John Woully
Edward Banbury
Thomas Gowes
John Mavein
Wm Thorne
Joshua Watske
Benjamin Symenson
Jan Roelossen
Elbert Hubssen
Lewis Niot
John Ellison jun
Thomas Seabrook
Samuel Jackson
John Pine
Peter Jansen
William Ware
Solomon Semmar
Teunis Smith
Richard Valentin jun.
Joseph Wood
Herman Flouwer
William Dose
Symon Foster
Henry Mott
Wm Fourmer
Joseph Small
Walter pine
Josia Carman
John Peacock
John Quakerson
Thomas Daniels
John Napper
Richard Osborn
George Robbert
Charles Abram
Thomas Appelbe
Samuel Smith
_____ Persell
Adam Mott Junr.
Samuel Jackson
Joseph Truax
Joseph Hoyt &
Nine others whose
   names are lost
  In spite of the nine lost names, and several missing names, it would appear that in 1673 there were no Jaycocks, Ashmans or Flewellings in Hempstead at that time. Of this extended family, only Thomas Champion is found.