Henry Z. Jones,
Even More Palatine Families
(Picton Press, 2002)
Here is an exerpt from pp 100-101
Johann Georg Debele, widower - a German who arrived here last fall and whose wife has since died, md 6th Sunday after Easter 1739 Maria Barbara, widow of Hans Jurgen Seifferle who arrived at the same time and has since died (NY City Lutheran Chbk). This German was noted from 1740-19 Apr 1744 (Book of Accounts kept by Henry Beekman, 1729-1746, p. 121). Hans Jury Debblie "for my garden near the Beekman Swamps" was called "At York" and given a first date of 1740 (Rent Book kept by Henry Beekman, 1740-1768, p 117). John George Debele, Luth., of NY City, gardener, was naturalized 31 Oct 1745 (Scott & Stryker-Rodda, p. 22). Jurgen Debele was on the Church Council 5 Jun 1745 (NY City Lutheran Protocol, p. 282). Anna Maria Tebela appeared in court 4 May 1748; she was discharged 5 May. John George Tibily was indicted for assault 7 Feb 1754/55. He was ordered to plead in twenty days. He eventually was discharged and fined 5s. (New York City Court Records, 1684-1760, by Kenneth Scott, pp 63 & 75). Jog (sic) Jurg. Debele and Maria Debele was one of 32 who petitioned the Church Council that half of the services be in German, because "we know German better than Dutch under all circumstances, especially in our homes," according to an undated mss. in the 1749 section of the NY City Lutheran Protocol, p. 312. Joh. Georg Debile md. 8 July 1761 Susanna Dorothea Herdin (NY City Lutheran Chbk). Westchester Patriarchs, A Genealogical Dictionary of Westchester, NY Familes Prior to 1755, by Norman Davis, p. 233, mentions a John George Tebil/Tabeley?Tarbell?) whose will was dated 16 Oct 1782 and probated 24 Feb 1783.
Hans Georg Debele had among his ch:
1)"A Son," bur. 29 Aug 1740 in the churchyard in
NY (NY City Lutheran Chbk).
2) "A Little Daughter," bur. 2 March 1745 (NY City Lutheran Chbk).
A Georg Dobele had among his ch:
1) Maria Magdalena b. or bpt 11 Nov 1764 - sp: Samuel Falkenhahn and wife, Michael Kayser and wife (Christ Lutheran "Swamp" Chbk, NY City). No mother is noted on the entry.
A Jacob Tably md. 20 Oct 1763 Hannah Pittenger (Trinity Church, New York City).