• Born 3 December 1769 - Schenectady, New York, , , ,
  • Deceased in 1854 - Hamilton, Wentworth Co., Canada West, , , ,,aged 85 years old
  • Buried - Waterdown Union Municipal Cemetery, Flamborough East, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, , , ,


 Spouses and children



Individual Note

David Tice Bastedo was born December 3, 1769 in Schenectady, New York. He was the son of Jacob Bastedo and Clara/Clarissa Jean “Clary” Van Slyke. David’s middle name came from his Uncle, Gilbert Tice, whom David was very close to. David’s mother’s sister, 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.

In 1796, David Bastedo married Elizabeth McMicking. Elizabeth’s father, Peter McMicking is also listed on the Old United Empire Loyalist List Appendix B, Page 228-as a Captain in Butler's Rangers.
Sue Parent


  Photos and archival records

{{ media.title }}

{{ media.short_title }}
{{ media.date_translated }}

 Family Tree Preview

  Cornelis van SLYKE Janette TRUAX

Jacob BASTEDO ca 1743-1808 Clarissa Jean van SLYKE 1749-1829

David Tice BASTEDO 1769-1854

  1. gw_v5_tour_1_title


  2. gw_v5_tour_2_title (1/7)


  3. gw_v5_tour_3_title (2/7)


  4. gw_v5_tour_3bis_title (2/7)


  5. gw_v5_tour_4_title (3/7)


  6. gw_v5_tour_5_title (4/7)


  7. gw_v5_tour_6_title (5/7)


  8. gw_v5_tour_8_title (6/7)


  9. gw_v5_tour_7_title (7/7)


  10. gw_v5_tour_9_title