1. Nathaniel Gallop
( - ) Gallup Island, off coast of MA
(1769- ) Onslow Twp, Nova Scotia
(1776- ) Saint John, NB
( - ) Burton, (Douglas Parish?), (on east side of St. John River), York,
Gallup, Darwin C. and Josephine Middleton Peck. Gallup Genealogy. 1966.
Consulted at the Library of Congress. Call No. CS71 G175 1966.
Ref: G 133. Information on Nathaniel GALLOP and his children, pp. 28-29.
PARENTS-SPOUSE-CHILDREN-LAND-CHURCH: The Gallup Family Assoc, GALLUP GENEALOGY; 1590-1987; 2nd ed, revised & expanded, Provo, UT, Brigham Young Univ Family History and Genealogy Research Services, 1987; pp 20-21; book in poss of Rick Crume; NOTE: "Nathaniel Gallop, son of Nathaniel and Dorcas (Collins) Gallop m. (1) Hannah (recorded Onslow, N.S.); m. (2) Deborah, who signed deed, selling original land grant at Burton, N.B. He was a loyalist and was granted land in the township of Onslow, N.S. in 1769. From Sunbury County Documents, St. John River, Jun 30 1783, a survey of people living on the St. John River: 'Nathaniel Gallop from Coveget, has a wife and 7 children, been on about 3 years, claims by possession and purchase of improvements.'
"He leased, on Oct 6 1783, 100 acres, 'being on the original lot #4 in Burton, on banks of River St. John, with all harbors with sufficient quantity of grounds for a commercial landing.'
"In 1787, petitioned for land in York County and was granted lot #24, 80 acres east side of St. John River, at Burton.
"Pledged one pound annually at a meeting of the 'Subscribers for the Support of the Preached Gospel' held at the meetinghouse in Sheffield the 18th day of Dec 1788."
Bell Genealogical Collection, Provincial Archives, Fredericton, NB. Ref: G 135.
Short GALLUP family history written in 1933.
Nathaniel GALLOP and Nathaniel GALLOP, Jr. obtained land grants in York County,
NB in 1789. Ref: P 039.
RESIDENCES-CHILDREN: Gallupe-Farley answer to a query, BOSTON EVENING TRANSCRIPT; 1780-1905; dtd 3 Jan 1935; #346; MN Hist Soc, St Paul (Rick Crume's file #G 502, G 510); NOTE: (Nathaniel?) Gallupe had eight daughters & three sons. The daughters married Edward Burpee, Thomas Burpee, Solomon Farley of Boston, Isaac Miller of Southampton (York Co, NB), Mr. Jeweth of Mak-Mageak (Macinquae), Mr. Allen, Mr. Harris and Mr. Hanes, the last three all of Keswick (York Co, NB). The sons were Benjamin who settled on the opposite side of the river near Burpee's Bar, Benjamine opposite Hartland and Samuel at Wicklow. Apparently either the name Benjamin or Benjamine should have been recorded as Nathaniel.
NAME: surname, PARENT, not proven
4. Esther Gallop
BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE: The Gallup Family Assoc, GALLUP GENEALOGY; 1590-1987; 2nd ed, revised & expanded, Provo, UT, Brigham Young Univ Family History and Genealogy Research Services, 1987; p 21; book in poss of Rick Crume.
MARRIAGE: LDS IGI; 1600-1910; 1993 CD-ROM edn, North America, Batch M584241; ; FHL film 928,969.
BIRTH-MARRIAGE: The Gallup Family Assoc, GALLUP GENEALOGY; 1590-1987; 2nd ed, revised & expanded, Provo, UT, Brigham Young Univ Family History and Genealogy Research Services, 1987; p 21; book in poss of Rick Crume.
9. Susannah Gallop
BIRTH-PARENTS: LDS IGI; 1600-1910; 1993 CD-ROM edn, North America, Batch F876937; Sheet 4; FHL film 1,396,375.