Colonel Gilbert Tice 1
- Marriage (1): Christiana Van Slyke
Another name for Gilbert was Colonel Geysbert Tyce.
From Brent Burnham 29 Apr 2002:
"Christina Van Slyke was married to Gilbert Tice, a well known Loyalist Officer. He was in Butler's Rangers, a well known Loyalist unit. He is officially listed on The Old United Empire Loyalists' List, Appendix B, Page 265 as Captain Gilbert Tice. He is listed also on Page 136 of the List as being the Uncle of David Bastedo. They came to Canada together in 1783-84. David was only 14 years old at the time.
"Gilbert Tice, aka Geysbert Tyce was a Loyalist officer who came to Upper Canada with his brother-in-law, Jacob Bastedo during the American Revolution. He was an officer with the Indian Department at Niagara. In 1775 he was a guide for Joseph Brant, the Mohawk leader, on his trip to England." 2
Noted events in his life were:
• Emigrated, Abt 1784, Quebec (Canada).
Gilbert married Christiana Van Slyke, daughter of Cornelis Van Slyke and Jannetje Trueks.
Web - Message Boards, Discussion Groups, Email, genforum.genealogy.com - Bastedo Family Genealogy Forum - "David Tice Bastedo" discussion - Brent Burnham 29 Apr 2002.