Martha Jane Belyea
James Albert Belyea was born in 1755 at Cortlandt Manor, Westchester, New York. He was a loyalist during the American Revolution, fighting for the British. After the war, he and other loyalists migrated to Canada. He married Jemima Purdy in 1782 in White Plains, Westchester, New York. They had 16 children: Thomas, James, Henry, Oliver, Pheobe, Polly, Jemima, Nehemiah, Nancy, John, Lucy, Abraham, Stephen, Hannah, Coles and Archilaus. He died in 1840 in St. John's, New Brunswick, Canada.
Hendrick "Henry" Belyea was born April 17, 1700 in Tarrytown, Westchester, New York. He married first Deborah Carpenter in 1739. They had 4 children: John, Mary, Judith, and Joseph. After Deborah died he married Engeltjie "Angelica" Storm in 1755. She was the widow of Abraham Jurckse. They had eight children: James Albert, Deborah, Abraham, Wintie, Thomas, Robert, Henry and William. Hendrick was also a loyalist and removed to New Brunswick, Canada after the American Revolution. He died about 1803 in Greenwich, New Brunswick, Canada.
Jan Boulier was born before 1698 in Long Island, New York. He married Helena Willamse in 1719. They had seven children: Hendrick, Marytie, Rachel, Helena, Catharina, Jane, Robben. He died in 1766.
Louis Boulier, the first of this family to come to America, was born about 1672 in Saintonge, France. He was said to have been a Huguenot mariner who fled France to escape persecution following the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. He married Anna Konninck in 1697 in Hackensack, New Jersey. They had three children: Jan, Jacob and Catherine.