Johannes Radcliff, Jr.1694 - 1757 (62 years)
Name Johannes Radcliff Suffix Jr. Born 12 Aug 1694 Albany, New York Gender Male Died 19 Jan 1757 Albany, New York Person ID I24178 Yatesville History & Genealogy Last Modified 12 Nov 2022
Father Johannes Radcliff, Sr, b. 28 Jun 1689, London, England , d. Oct 1720, Albany, New York (Age 31 years) Mother Rachel Lambertse VanValkenburg, b. 1654, d. 7 Apr 1748 (Age 94 years) Family ID F16766 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Celia Yates, b. 7 May 1693, Albany, New York , d. 10 Jan 1741, Albany, New York (Age 47 years) Married 24 Mar 1717 Albany, New York Children 1. Johannes Radcliff, b. 18 Jun 1718, d. 10 Sep 1795 (Age 77 years) 2. Joseph Radcliff, b. 23 Dec 1720 3. Rachael Radcliff, b. 9 Dec 1722, d. 6 Aug 1759 (Age 36 years) 4. Marytje Radcliff, b. 17 Feb 1724 5. Rykert Radcliff, b. 30 Jun 1728, Albany, New York , d. 11 Mar 1811, Albany, New York (Age 82 years) 6. Catalyna Radcliff, b. 1 Nov 1730 7. Richard Radcliff, b. 1741, d. 11 Mar 1811 (Age 70 years) Last Modified 9 Dec 2022 Family ID F8330 Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Johannes Radcliff by Stefan Bielinski Johannes Radcliff (aka "Johannes Radliff, Jr.") was born in August 1694. He was the son of John and Rachel Van Valkenburgh Radcliff. He grew up in a modest Southside home where his mother frequently was left to manage their demanding household. In March 1717, he married former soldier's daughter Celia Yates at the Albany Dutch church. By 1730, seven children had been christened in Albany where he was a frequent baptism sponsor. His home was located on a lot west of Pearl and south of Beaver Street - probably at the foot of Gallows Hill where his father owned additional acreage. In 1720 and 1742, his name appeared on lists of freeholders in the first ward. He was appointed firemaster in the first ward in 1729. Following both parents, he served as bellman and was paid by the city a number of times for performing services. Johannes lost his wife in 1741. Perhaps his home was configured on a census of householders taken in June 1756. If so, at that time he was known as a "carrman." Johannes Radcliff died in January 1757 and was buried from his church. biography in-progress notes the people of colonial Albany Sources: The life of Johannes Radcliff is CAP biography number 1061. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.