Jan 01

This is a duplicate of the listing on the fonda.org website.

  1. Alida Lansing Fonda; wife of William W. Lansing; born 28-Mar-1775, died 10-Mar-1858 at 82 years of age; b. Albany, Albany, New York; had 8 children, Abraham was the fifth; a Lansing burial plot is on the William W. Lansing Farm, Ulie St., Mayfield, New York; this farm was bought for Alida Fonda, his wife, as for her inheritance from her father Abram Douw by her brother, Col. Douw A. Fonda; a road was built through the farm and the farm has since been divided; Alida was buried on a Fonda burial plot near the Albany Rural Cemetery.
  2. Harriet McNeill Fonda; born Mar-18-1907, died Jul-16-1998 at 91 years of age; b. and d. Omaha, Hall Co., Nebraska; helped spawn the career of her brother, the late actor Henry Fonda, and her nephew, Peter Fonda, died July 16 in Omaha. the cause of death was not reported. She began devoting her time to the Omaha Community Playhouse in 1924. Her involvement with the playhouse was one of the primary reasons her brother Henry took up acting. She also had coached her young nephew, Peter Fonda, while he lived with her in Omaha for several years.
  3. Maria Loockermans Fonda; born 7-Jan-1700; b. Albany. New York; res. Rensselaerwyck Manor, Albany, New York; Maria Fonda (1700-) m. 1724, Teunis Viele son of Lewis, and had 6 ch.: (6) John (1727-); Maria (1730-); Rebecca (1732-); Stephen (1735-); Jennetie (1737-); and Catherine (1740-). A son and daughter m. a Quackenbos, descendants of John Knickerbocker and Ann Quackenbos and related to the noted author, George Payne Quackenbos.

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