F, b. 21 March 1770, d. 2 May 1806
|Father||Johannes Gysbertszen Uyt ten Bogaert b. 9 Nov 1734, d. 13 Apr 1780|
|Mother||Maria Vredenburg b. 9 May 1739, d. 16 Apr 1824|
Katharine was born on Wednesday, 21 March 1770 in New York. Katharine married Augustus Wright, son of Jotham Wright I and Tabiatha Sammis, on 16 June 1789 in the City, County & State of New York. Augustus settled in New York City in his early youth. His parents died in a smallpox epidemic when he was a young boy. He no doubt was raised by an older sibling or relative. After his marriage, he resided at No. 99 Beekman Street, betweem Pearl and Cliff Streets. He was in business with Stephen Allen [Mayor of New York between 1821 and 1824] at No. 180 Front Street, retailing sail loft and cotton duck. In 1797, he was elected a member of Columbian Order or Tammeny Society, his name being the 237th on the list of members. In 1814-1815, he was a member of the New York House of Assembly. Among the list of subscribers to the dinner for Commodore Oliver H. Perry, U.S.N., at Tammany Hall, he was the first on the list of Vice Presidents, he responded to a volunteer a toast of "The Government, while negoatating for an honorable peace, may it not relax in the arrangement for war." He was a member of the First Baptist Church, on Gold Street. near Fulton; he was buried in the yard next to the church. Katharine departed this life on Friday, 2 May 1806 at the family home at 99 Beekman Street. She was buried at New York City, New York County, New York, in the Friend's Burying Ground on North Street. On Gold Street between William & Pearl going toward the East River. In 1846, the cemetery was abandoned & reburied at the Westchester Episcopal Church ground.
|Augustus Wright b. 8 May 1765, d. 28 Mar 1819|
- [S106] Howland Delano Perrine, The Wright Family of Oysterbay, L.I. with the ancestry of and descent from Peter Wright and Nicholas Wright, 1423-1923, page 166 - ...His father-in-Iow, John Bogart, was a descendant of Jan Louwe Bogert, of Schoonrewoerd, Holland, who came to America in the summer of 1663, settling on Long Island, and removing to town of Harlaem, now part of the City of New York, in 1672, and received grants of land. John Bogart, born in New York City, Nov 9, 1734, and died there ApL 13, 1780. Was a son of Gilbert Bogart and Catharine Polheznus, of Brooklyn, born 1699, and died Dec. 3, 1765. (N. Y. Co. Surrogate's Court, Lets. Adm , May 15,1780; Liber 9 of Wills, p. 304.) On March 6, 1757, Jolm Bogart married Mary (John and Jane) Vredenburg, of New York City, born May 9, 1739, and died ApL 16,1824. Resided at Tappan Bay during the Revolution, his home there being destroyed by the British, by are. He had a family of eight children, of whom Katharine Bogart was the sixth, and second of her name.
- [S93] Elizabeth Seaman Leggett, Journal of Elizabeth Seaman Leggett.
- [S54] John Albert Bogart, Bogart Family: Tunis Gysbert Bogaert and His Descendants, page 113-115 - Gysbert Bogaert, s/o Tunis G. Bogaert & Catherine Hegeman, b. Staten Island ca. 1713, m. 1st Annetje Rapalje, 2nd Margaret Bos, leaves will dated 5 Sept. 1772; lists children - youngest being Catalyna, b. 21 March 1770, bap. 24 March; d. 2 May 1806, m. 16 June 1789 Augustus Wright b. 8 May 1765, d. 29 March 1819, s/o Jonathan Wright & Tabitha Sammis; buried Westchester Cemetery. Children: Augustus Wright b. 1783 d.y., Maria B. b. 1790 d. 1873, m. James Seaman.