My name is Barrington Hilliker
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NorthernNew Jersey--some time after theclose of the Revolution War, moved to Erie County New York. A sister of Samuel Sr. married a man named (I think)Hauxhurst ; who was the grand great grandfather of Elburt Hubbard. An other sister Malvina, Married a man named Thayer who with his brother ,about1821 was hanged in Buffalo New York for murder.
About 1619 a woman fled from England to Holland axd married Harmon about 1620 they came to America and set on Long Island Where they had seven sons which were all "bound out" as two of those boysremainedon Long Island and New York city itis safe to presume that the Hilgers lived there for 15 or 20 years before they moved to Duchews County New york where the other boyshat were "bound out". Sometime after moving to Duchess Co. the name commenced to undergo changes;as it is said that in thehistoric "Sleepy Hollow" burying ground where there are hundreds of them buried , the name changes to Hilgher, Hilligher, Hillger, and finally to Hilliker. There must of been some kind of communications between the New York an Long Island Boys asthedescendts of those boys also spell the name Hilliker now. We know nothing of the family after the Seven Sons until some time about 1800 when Samuel Hilliker and his son Samuel with their wives--Herrington girls from