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Date: Sun Mar 16 07:22:30 1997
Name: Tom Van Pelt
E- mail: tvp6961@aol.com
Address: 6961 N. Overlook Road Northport, MI 49670
Surname of Immigrant: Van Pelt
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Teunis Jansen Laenen
Name of Ship: Rosenboom (Rosetree)
Arrival Date: March 1663

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Family Bible
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Lived on LOng Island in 1664, came over with wife (name unknown) and six children, also with a brother Thys Jansen Laenen Van Pelt who's wife was buried at sea. later some relatives settled on Staten Island, and some moved to New Jersey. we are only able to pick up family again in 1725

Date: Sun Mar 16 09:28:41 1997
Name: Bev Francque
E- mail: bfrancque@delphi.com
Address: 1704 - 35th Street Moline, IL 61265
Surname of Immigrant: Hoagland
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Dirck Jansen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1658

Origin of Immigrant: Maerseveen, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1635 in Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: aft 1721
Immigrant's Spouse: 1rst Annatje Bergen - 2nd Annetje Fedden
Source of Information: "Dirck Jansen Hoogland Family History" by George W. Hoagland
Immigrant's Children:
Annetje b1663
Jan b 1666 m Jacoba Ryerse
Willem b 1669
Cornelius b 1677
Hendrick b 1679
Sarah b c1681

Date: Tue Mar 18 05:33:20 1997
Name: Linda DeHart Demko
E- mail: RDemko6770@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: DeHart
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Elias Simon
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699

Origin of Immigrant: Netherland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1699 Brooklyn NY
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Gerty Cornelism
Source of Information: Gedcom lineage on DeHart
Immigrant's Children: Cornelius DeHart born about 1707 in Brooklyn NY married to a Caterine Lane/VanPelt Cornelius DeHart.

Notes: Cornelius DeHart married to Catherine Lane/Van Pelt. Cornelius born abt 1707. Elisa Simon DeHart born abt 1680

Date: Wed Mar 19 19:57:34 1997
Name: Donna Hanlon
E- mail: DANDONHA@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Klock (Clock)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Abraham
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1644- 1645

Origin of Immigrant: The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1625, ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Tryntie (Catherine) Alberts, m. abt 1650
Source of Information: The Clock Family Genealogy by John Williamson
Immigrant's Children:
Sara (Sarah), bpt. 10/12/1651; d. 28/2/1731
Tryntie, bpt. 18/1/1654
Marten, bpt. 10/9/1656
Catherina, b. abt.. 1658 Notes: Abraham Klock was a carpenter and possibly a mason. All Children were born in New Amsterdam. Sara married Daniel (de) Rapalie 13/6/1674, son of Joris Jensen de Rapalje. Marten was married as Marten Abrahamszen Klock to Elizabeth Van der Heul 16/5/1682, dau of Abraham J. Van der Heul and Tryntie Hendricks Kip. Catherina married Jacob Boelen 21/5/1679. Albert(us) married Tryntie Abrahams Van Der Heul 17/6/1685, dau. of Abraham J. Van der Heul and Tryntie Hendricks Kip [My Line]. Alber(tus) was a tanner and maker of leather goods.

Date: Fri Mar 21 14:55:51 1997
Name: Richard Secor
E- mail: secor@coinet.com
Address: 5 9875 Calgary Dr
Surname of Immigrant: Secor
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Ambroise
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 12 Jan 1688

Origin of Immigrant: france
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: New Rochelle,NY 1720
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: book of secors

Date: Sat Mar 22 12:23:54 1997
Name: Charlene Hollyman
E- mail: mustang@c- zone.net
Address: P.O.Box 492964 Redding, CA 96049
Surname of Immigrant: Veets
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Johannes
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: about 1690

Origin of Immigrant: Brisach, Duchy of Baden, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1665 in Germany?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1723 in Simsbury, CT
Immigrant's Spouse: Catharina Meyers
Source of Information: 1902 Book "A Genealogy of theViets Family with Biographical Sketches"
Immigrant's Children:
Catherine, m. 17 Aug. 1738 John Hoskins.
Henry, b. 1709; d. 2 Apr. 1779; 1st m.Margaret Hoskins, 2nd m. 22 May 1751 Margaret Austin.
John, b. 3 Nov. 1712;d. 8 Apr. 1777; m. 12 Dec. 1734 Lois Phelps.
Mary, or Mercy, m. Goff.
Benoni (adopted), m. 20 Jun 1745 Martha Moore; d. 7 Oct. 1795..

Notes: aka: Dr. John Vets, Dr. John Viets, Dr. John Veits, Dr. John Viett Married in the First Dutch Reformed Church of New York, known as the Marble Collegiate Church when my genealogy book was printed in 1902)on April 24, 1700. <

Date: Wed Mar 26 10:59:52 1997
Name: Roberta Schultze
E- mail: robertas@pacbell.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Totten
Given name(s) of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: England, 1600?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Mary Schultze Jocelyn
Immigrant's Children: unknown

Notes: Richard Totten family had homestead on Hicksville, Long Island; family immigrated before Rev War departure was Plymouth, England don't know much else about early history except they were on the 'wrong' side during Revolution; my greatgrandmother was Josepine Totten Schultze born 6/13/1851

Date: Wed Mar 26 19:43:01 1997
Name: Nancy Lohbrunner
E- mail: VJRL93A@prodigy.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Woggelum
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter Adriaensen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1650

Origin of Immigrant: Woggelum, Netherland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1610 Woggelum, Netherland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1680 New York
Immigrant's Spouse: ? Daughter of Caniachkoo
Source of Information: "The Abraham Roll Family from NJ Pioneers in Hamilton Co., OH" by I. Clifford Roll with Marie Dickore. Minutes of the Court of Albany, Rensselaerswyck and Schenectady 1675-1680 V II by A.J.F. Van Laer, Albany, 1928. NY State Library History Bulletin to Early Records of the City and County of Albany and Colony of Rensselaerswyck, V III, by Jonathan Pearson, Albany, 1918.
Immigrant's Children:
Pieter Pieterse Van Woggelum, Capt. d abt 1724 in NY m Antje Van Winkel on 14 Dec 1710 Manhattan Dutch Church, Manhattan NY
Jan Pieterse Adriaense Woggelum b abt 1647, d abt 1719 Staten Island, NY m Stijntie Jans on 10 Feb 1664 Breuckelen Church, Brooklyn, NY
Tryntje Pieters m Jan Mangelse 1660 in Beverwyck, NY; their children were: Antje Janse Rall m Gerardus Comfort 1712; Mangel Janse Roll d 1744 NY m Anna Hendricx Volkerts 9 Oct 1692 Staten Island, NY; Tryntje Janse Roll b 2 May 1697 m Pieter Van Neste Jr.; Pieter Janse Roll b 1670 d 1712 m Jannetje Du Chesne 1695; Johannes Janse Roll bapt 27 Jan 1686 m ?

Notes: AKA - Adriaensz, Soogemakelyck, Soogemackelyck, Gemakelyck, Macklick, Van Woggelum, Wogelum, Wogelom. Was an early settler of Beverwyck NY, was an inn keeper. In 1664, he received a patent for a bouwerey and home lot at Schenectady, which he sold in 1670. The name of his wife has not been learned. When she is mentioned in records, it is simply as the wife of Pieter. Tradition says that she was the daughter of Caniachkoo, the Sachem of the Third Castle of the Mohawks.. Was one of the tavern keepers in Rensselaerswyck whom the director general and council in 1656 ordered to be arrested and sent to New Amsterdam for refusing to pay the excise tax.

Date: Sat Mar 29 13:09:40 1997
Name: DARLENE T. Holling
E- mail: jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: 763 Mackinaw Ave. Cheboygan, Mi
Surname of Immigrant: Buys
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Cornelissen
Name of Ship: Have info elsewhere
Arrival Date: 1648

Origin of Immigrant: Bunnik, Utrecht, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 8/20/1629
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: After 1675
Immigrant's Spouse: Eybetie Lubberts Van Blarcom (My Line)
Source of Information: Church Records, --N.Y. Archive Records-Documentary Rec.-N.Y.
Immigrant's Children: Cornelis Jans Buys--Bpt.--Brooklyn. N.Y.-M.- Machtel Gerrits-7/21/ 1676--Brooklyn. MI Hendrick Jans Buys-Bpt.--3/15/1654--Died young Lubbert Jans Buys--Bpt.-2/2/1656-Brooklyn--Accidentally Killed-8 yr. Tryntie Jans Buys-B.-1657-Bergen, N.J.--M.Cpt. Baltus Van Kleeck ca 1676--My 5th G. Grandparents. Hendricke Jans Buys-16M-1st.-Cornelis Berwey-1677-2nd--Reynier Van Giesen-10/17/1699 Abigail Jans Buys--B.-1659--M.--? Denton Divertje (Deborah) Jans Buys--B.-1661M.--William Appleby--11/24/1680 Neeltie Jans Buys--1662--M.-Jan Hwemans Coerten--6/23/1684 M.-2nd--Jacob Vigoor-4/8/1699-Hackensack, N.J.--3rd-- Jan Stratenmaker--Feb. 1707-Hackensack, N.J.

Notes: My 5th G. Grandparents Captain Baltus Barents Van Kleeck and wife Tryntje Jans Buys moved to Duchess County, N.Y. They built the 1st substantial home there and it was used as an early Fort. They alsi held Pre-Revolutionary meetings in their home to protest about taxes imposed by the English. The home was built in 1702 and the Deed dated 1699. In 1703 he was appointed Commissioner to oversee construction of the Duchess County portion of a highway from Kings Bridge to a point over against Albany.

Date: Sat Mar 29 14:56:01 1997
Name: Richard A. Newkirk
E- mail: krikwen@msn.com
Address: 11-E Hillside Road Greenbelt, MD 20770-1770
Surname of Immigrant: Cornelisse
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Gerret (Gerrit)
Name of Ship: De Moesman
Arrival Date: 25 Apr 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Putten, Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: bef 24 Jul 1631
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: bef Mar 1695/96
Immigrant's Spouse: Aaltie Gerrits
Source of Information: Genealogische Documentatie Service, Slavenburg's Bank, Bussum, Nr, 64.47.32.962, Karner van Koophandel Gooiland, Nr. 30650, Netherlands
Immigrant's Children: Disje, baptized 11 Jul 1658, Nijkerk, Gelderland, Netherlands Notes: Gerrit married a second time to Chieltje Slecht (Slegt, Sleght) She died bef 30 Jun 1702 They had the following children:
Arie Gerritsen b abt 1661 m Lysbet Lambertse Brink aft 17 Oct 1686
Cornelis Newkirk b abt 1662 d bef 4 Mar 1695/96 m Jannetie Jasz Kunst
Jan Nieuwkirk
Neeltje Gerretse Nieuwkirk b abt 1667 d abt 1695 m (1) Peter Crispel m(2) Johannes Schepmoes 18- Feb 1697
Gerritje Gerretse Nieuwkirk bapt12 Mar 1669 d aft 3 Apr 1739 m (1) Barent Kunt m (2) Jacob Du Bois

Date: Sun Mar 30 05:43:08 1997
Name: David L. Burnisky
E- mail: dlbursky@concentric.net
Address: 23298 Almira, Southfield, MI 48034
Surname of Immigrant: Storm
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Dirck
Name of Ship: DeVos
Arrival Date: Sept 1662

Origin of Immigrant: s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: May/June 1716 (?)
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Peiterse
Source of Information: OLD DIRCK'S BOOK, R. W. Storm, 1949. Reproduced by Photo-Lithography
Immigrant's Children:
Gregorus b. ca.1656
Peter b. ca. 1658 m. Margaret Van Tassel
Petronella b. ca. 1660 d. before 1662
David b. ca. 1660 m. Esther Sie
Maria b. ca.1665 m. Casper Springsteen
Hendrick b. 1668 m. Neesje DeGroot
Annatje b. ca.1670 m. Cornelius Van Tassel
Petronella b. ca. 1673 m. Peter Sie
Aeltje b. ca 1678 d. young
Aeltje b. 1680 m. Jacob Van Tassel

Notes: Dirck first kept a tvern in lower Manhattan. In 1669 he was appointed as Town Clerk of flatbush; in 1690 he was named clerk of Sessions fro Orange County, New York. By 1702 he moved to Terrytown, Westchester County, New York where he kept records for the Reformed Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow. He is believed to have died in May or June of 1716 in Sleepy Hollow, New York.

Date: Mon Mar 31 13:09:28 1997
Name: Ken Thompson
E- mail: aland@InfoAve.Net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: LeFevre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Isaac
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1683

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: 1st Jannekn Boudonck 2nd Myndert Korten
Source of Information: Early Settlers of Kings Co
Immigrant's Children:
Peter b 1685 New Utrecht, Kings Co NY
Abraham b 3 Jul 1687 New Utrecht, Kings Co NY, m.Mary Pennock children: Catherine m.Lorentz Switzer; Elizabeth m. unk Wink; Johannes b 9 Jan 1708 m.Anna Christina Wentz

Date: Tue Apr 1 12:45:29 1997
Name: Thomas Dally
E- mail: sumo@bellatlantic.net
Address: 12 Audubon Drive Denville, NJ 07834
Surname of Immigrant: Dally
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 23 July 1644

Origin of Immigrant: Tournai, Belgium
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1615 Tournai,Belgium
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 15 May 1691 New York City,NY
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Van Lear "New York Historic Manuscripts" Dutch Vol.IV p.419
Immigrant's Children:
John Dally 1656-1708 w. Elizabeth Obee
Nathaniel Dally 1652-prio 1696 w. Margaret Obee

Notes: John Dally was member first New York Assembly, representing Staten Island, see "Civil List and Constitutional History of the Colony & State of New York" 1884, p. 305 His wife's name was erased from the will and Nicholas Bayard was named executor. Am trying to find out wifes name.

Date: Tue Apr 1 12:59:03 1997
Name: Clark L. Carley
E- mail: ccarley@premiernet.net
Address: P. O. Box 1577 Bowling Green, Ky. 42102
Surname of Immigrant: CARLEY
Given name(s) of Immigrant: JOSEPH
Name of Ship: ??
Arrival Date: 1650?

Origin of Immigrant: SCOTLAND
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1625?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: NEW YORK?
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Genealogyist DAR Library
Immigrant's Children: Joseph Carley Jr. Notes: George Carley, son of Joseph Jr. about 1776 Mass or Ny Thomas Alonz Carley 1812 Watertown, NY Son of George John Sherman Wilks Carley 1828 Salina, NY, son of George Lawson Hannibal Carley 1840 NY Son of Thomas Alonzo, they moved to Wi. in about 1852 Family pass down history says Joseph arrived with French Fun trader down the St. Lawrence River to Mass and on to NY. Left england to France for religous reasons. I have located the wife of George in Iowa after 1860 at age of 70. I need to find Joseph Sr., Joseph Jr. and George information..

Date: Tue Apr 1 14:59:41 1997
Name: Scott Herrington
E- mail: herrington@asu.edu
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hendricks
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Roelof
Name of Ship: DE TROUW (THE FAITH),
Arrival Date: abt. 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Meppelen, Drenthe, Holland, abt. 1640?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ? prob. Kingston, Ulster Co., NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Aeltje Lubberse
Source of Information: Kingston D.R.C records; Documentary History of the State of N.Y., Vol.s I and II, E.B. O'Callaghan, 1849.
Immigrant's Children:
Hilletje In 't Velt b. abt. 1680, m. William Clark 1689 at Kingston D.R.C.
Steyntje In 't Velt, b. 11 Oct. 1683, m. (1) Charles Wiley, (2) Casparus Rou
Hendrick In 't Velt, b. 3 Sept. 1665
Albert Hendricks, b. 22 Sept. 1667
Evert Hendricks, b. 6 Feb. 1679

Notes: Roeloff Hendricks, along with his unmarried sister Femmetje and sister Hilletje (and husband Andries Barents), sailed from Holland on Dec. 22, 1659 in De Trouw. Roeloff Hendricks married Aeltje Lubberse (d. of Lubbert Jansen and Aeltje Wiggert) on 30 Nov. 1664 at the Kingston Dutch Reformed Church. Some time before 1689, it appears that Roeloff Hendricks began being referred to as Roeloff Hendricks in 't Velt, (based on a list of petition signers for retention of the sheriff at Esopus, found in vol. II of the "Doc. Hist. of the State of N.Y")and the family as in t' Velt or van t' Vel (based on Kingston Dutch Reformed Church records). Roeloff was constable of Hurley in 1672 (per Kingston Papers, Verstaag). He was also listed as a footman (soldier) at Esopus in 1687 (2nd Annual Report of the NY State Historian). Roeloff Hendricks took the Oath of Allegiance 1 Sept. 1689 at Kingston (Doc. Hist. of the State of NY, Vol I). My goal is to tie Roeloff Hendricks to Hilletje In 't Velt; she is in the line I am researching. There is no record of her birth in the Kingston DRC, and the only tie I have between her and Roeloff Hendricks--other than the circumstantial based on baptismal witnesses, the ordered names of her children, etc.--is the single document in which Roeloff Hendricks is referred to as Roeloff In 't Velt Hendricks. I would be very interested in hearing from anyone researching this line, or who may have any information that could help me confirm this relationship.

Date: Wed Apr 2 00:08:30 1997
Name: John Robert Barberie
E- mail: barber5321@aol.com
Address: 302-943 West 8th Ave. Vancouver, BC Canada V5Z 1E4
Surname of Immigrant: Barberie
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John or Jean
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1688

Origin of Immigrant: France, Guyenne Province
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1641 La Rochelle ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1710 New Rochelle, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: The NY Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol 123 No 4 Oct 1992
Immigrant's Children: John Peter Barberie b. 1670 d.1730 m. Francoise Brinqueman Peter Barberie b. 1674 d. 1727 m. Susanne Lambert They were French Huguenots and left France in 1685; went to London and became naturalized English citizens. Settled in New Rochelle but later moved to Perth Amboy, NJ --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Apr 5 13:59:00 1997
Name: Bill Compton
E- mail: wrcomp@islc.net
Address: 37A Colony Gardens Road Beaufort, SC 29902
Surname of Immigrant: van den Bogart
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harmen Myndertsz
Name of Ship: Eendracht
Arrival Date: 24 May 1630

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1612, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1648, Albany NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Jillisje Claese Schouw
Source of Information: Charles T. Gehring and William A Starna, A Journey into Mohawk and Oneida Country, 1634-1635 (Syracuse NY, 1988); Pearson's First Settlers of Schenectady
Immigrant's Children:
Frans - bp New Amsterdam 26 Aug 1640; md. Annatje Tjerkse
Myndert - bp New Amsterdam 3 May 1643 Notes: Harmen came to New Amsterdam as an 18- year-old barber-surgeon. In 1634 he was at Fort Orange and was appointed leader of a party of 3 sent into the Oneida country to try to determine if French influence was the cause of the decline in the fur trade. He kept a journal, which has been preserved and translated into English (see sources). It is the first written account of life among the Iroquois. In 1638 he became part owner of a privateer, the La Garce, which preyed on Spanish shipping in the Caribbean. In 164o he married and was appointed commissary of stores on Manhattan. In 1645 he was assigned the same position at Fort Orange. In 1647 he was accused of Sodomy with a black servant, and ran off to hide among the Indians. He was captured and returned to Fort Orange, where in late winter (1648) he escaped. While running across the ice on the river he fell through and was drowned.

Date: Mon Apr 7 15:05:43 1997
Name: Marg Hall
E- mail: meghall@istar.ca
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Lake
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1635

Origin of Immigrant: Tring, Hertfordshire England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: b February 1615
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1696 Gravesend Long Island New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Anne Spicer
Source of Information: Book My People and Yours N. Macmillan (he documents his sources quite well)
Immigrant's Children:
John/Jan Lake,
Daniel Lake
Metge/Margaret Lake,
Elisabeth Lake
William Lake
Michael Lake

Notes: John Lake was one of the founders of the Gravesend Colony. His name appears on the Charter papers. His descendant great great grandson, Nicholas Lake my 3x great grandfather was a United Empire Loyalist.

Date: Wed Apr 9 07:14:23 1997
Name: Ken Corson
E- mail: corsonjk@aol.com
Address: 1039 CR 803 Wedowee, AL 36278 USA
Surname of Immigrant: Jansen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Carsten
Name of Ship: De Bever -Dec. 20, 1656
Arrival Date: 20 Dec 1656

Origin of Immigrant: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1640
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Barbara ?
Source of Information: Three Hundred Years With the Corson's In America
Immigrant's Children: John Corson (Carstensen, Carsonson, Corsoton, Corsonson) married Mary Elias Daws Peter Corson ( " ...) married Deborah ? They lived on Long Island until late 1690's when they both move to South Jersey to get land from the West Jersey Society through Dr. Daniel Coxe (April 23, 1697)

Notes: The arrival info on De Bever is from Carl Boyer Ship Passenger Lists New York and New Jersey 1654-1664 page 117 Carsten Jansen's mother died Nov. 5, 1665 (Flatbush Records No. 11006, pp 246-247).

Date: Wed Apr 9 17:40:13 1997
Name: Peter Vandegrift
E- mail: pvan@whidbey.com
Address: 4984 Wheel Drive, Langley, WA, 98260 usa FAX 360 221 5990
Surname of Immigrant: van de Grift
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacob Leendertsen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: bef 2 Aug 1647

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: bef 23 Oct 1622 bap Amsterdam
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ca1691 Newtown, Long Island, America
Immigrant's Spouse: Rebecca Frederickse m 19 Jul 1648 N.A.
Source of Information: (1) William J. Hoffman, "Random Notes Concerning Settlers of Dutch Descent," The American Genealogist, No. 114, Vol. 29, Apr 1953, Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA, call no. R929 Am8522;

(2) Carl Boyer 3rd, "Ship Passenger Lists, New York and New Jersey 1600-1825, (Newhall, CA: Boyer,1978), Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA, call no. R929.373 Sh64;

(3) Robert E. King and Doris R. (Van Dusen)Jones, "History of the KING FAMILY in Flanders & America 1300's - 1980 (including connecting families of Hanson, Haughey, Lamb, Laurence, McClaren, EcEwen, Skeer, Sweesy, Vandegrift, Westfall and others), (Pullman,WA: The Copy Machine, 1980), Volume II, [The Ancestry & Descendants of Pieter de Coninck II (aka Peter King II) & his wife Anna Calet, Immigrants to New Castle County, Delaware by 1680/81] Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA call no. R929.2-K589Kr, and Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT film no. 1033795;

(4) Teunis G. Bergen, "REGISTER In Alphabetical Order of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y., from its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700; with contributions to their Biographies and Genealogies, compiled from various sources. (Originally Published New York, 1881; reprinted by Cottonport,LA: Polyanthos, Inc., 1973) repository: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT call no. US/CAN 974.723 D2b 1973


Immigrant's Children:
(1)Christina Jacobse Vandegrift bap 26Feb1651 Brooklyn,New Amsterdam; d aft1681; m 9Oct1678 Cornelius Jacobse Schipper; m2 14Apr1681 Daniel Veenvous.
(2)Marretje Jacobse Vandegrift bap 29Aug1649 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d aft1690; m 11Mar1666 Cornelis Corssen, N.Y.
(3)Anne Jacobse Vandegrift bap 16Mar1652 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d aft1685; m 29Sep1674 Jacob Claessen Groesbeck.
(4)Leendert Jacobse Vandegrift b 12Dec1655 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d bef10Feb1724 Bucks Co, PA; m 3Nov1678 Christina Elsworth, New York, American.
(5)Nicholas Jacobse Vandegrift bap 5May1658 Brooklyn,New Amsterdam; d ca1722 Cecil Co,MD; m 24Aug1684 Barentje Verkerk, Ultrecht, Long Island.
(6)Rebecca Jacobse Vandegrift bap 22May1661 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d aft 22May1661.
(7)Frederick Jacobse Vandegrift b bef 20Aug1661 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d aft 1698.
(8)Rachel Jacobse Vandegrift bap 20Aug1664 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d aft 1689; m 1689 N.Y. Barend Verkerk.
(9)Johannes Jacobse Vandegrift bap 26Jun1667 Brooklyn, New Amsterdam; d 1745 prob 28Mar1745 Bucks Co.PA; m 23Sep1694 Nealkie Volkers, m2 1Jul1741 Elizabeth Snowden. Notes: The surname, during the New Amsterdam/PA/DE time period,has been found variously spelled: Vandegrift, Vandergrift, van de Grift, and VandeGrist.

Date: Sat Apr 12 12:43:18 1997
Name: Lanson Becker
E- mail: 105122,1577
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Becker
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hans Juriaense
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: "before 1698"

Origin of Immigrant: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: My Brother's study of the Hudson River Valley
Immigrant's Children:
Johannes Becker 1686 Sara Van Arnhem Laurens Becker 1691 Gertrude Wust Claas Becker 1694 Jannetje Van Der Karre Coenraat Becker 1696 Notes: There seem to be two Hans Juriaense Beckers. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Apr 14 05:32:39 1997
Name: Mary Gerdes
E- mail: mjgerdes@juno.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Remmeck or Remich
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Christian
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1652

Origin of Immigrant: luxeomburg
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1600-1651
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death:
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information:
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Simeon Remick Saratoga County, NY Samuel Remick NY Clark B Remick Jefferson Co, NY Marrriah Remmeck b NY --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Apr 20 20:18:05 1997
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Der Beek
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Paulus
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Bef. 1644

Origin of Immigrant: Bremen
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1623 from Bremen, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ca. 1680 Gowanes (Brooklyn), NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Thomas Badie
Source of Information: NYC Church records, NYG&B Records, History of New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Children:
1. Catharyn Van Der Beek, born 1645 New Amsterdam, Marr. Daniel RUYCHOU 26 Aug 1661 NYC
2. Conrad Van Der Beek, bapt. 1 Sept. 1647 New Amsterdam, Marr. Elsje Jans STAATS/SCHAERS(difference of opinion on surname)ca. 1670, Died bef. 9 Jan. 1706/07 New York. THIS IS MY LINE.
3. Aeltje Van Der Beek, bapt. 30 May 1649 New Amsterdam, Marr. Dirk Jans AMERMAN
4. Paulus Van Der Beek, bapt. 27 Nov. 1650 New Amsterdam, Marr. Sara SCHOUTEN 13 June 1677 New York RDC, Died bef. 8 Oct. 1691.
5. Hester Van Der Beek, bapt. 15 Dec. 1652 New Amsterdam, Marr. Juriaen Blanck Jr. 25 Nov. 1673 New York (New Orange at the time)
6. Isaac Van Der Beek, bapt. 5 Nov. 1656 New Amsterdam.

Notes: Paulus Van Der Beek was originally a farmer from Bremen, went to Curacao, then to New Netherland, and became a farmer on Long Island. He was also a surgeon for the Dutch West Indies Company - he had served in Curacao and on the company's ships.

Paulus and his wife, Maria (first the wife of Jacob VERDON and 2nd of Willem Adriansz BENNET DE CUYPER)were in New Amsterdam until ca. 1655. He was granted the rights of small burgher April 11, 1657. Maria and Paulus later moved to the Bennet house, in Brooklyn. He was the first physician or surgeon in the small settlement of Brooklyn, where he maintained a large and prosperous farm, and practiced his profession.
Website: http://www.ristenbatt.com/gene alogy
Website Description: Dutch & Mennonite Research Corners, Ships' Lists, Loyalists, Palatines, many surnames.

Date: Wed Apr 23 05:31:40 1997
Name: Brian E. Rounsavill
E- mail: brian@electrochem.org
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: ROUNSIFULL
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Richard
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1698 (Southampton, LI, NY)

Origin of Immigrant: UK?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1660?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1702 Burlington (now Hunterdon) County, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Hannah
Source of Information: History of Southampton, LI, NY - by Wells
Immigrant's Children:
Martha Notes: Found in Stratford, CT in 1687, then moved to Wickapogue, Southampton, LI, NY by 1698 and died in Burlington Co., NJ.

Date: Thu Apr 24 16:09:05 1997
Name: Debra Gordon
E- mail: dgordon@bconnex.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Schouten
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Lucaszen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1650

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1604
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1689 NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Sarah Van Derbeek
Source of Information: Baptismal records
Immigrant's Children: Sarah 1644 Simeon 1659 Anneken 1665

Notes: New Netherlands NY

Date: Sun Apr 27 12:39:12 1997
Name: Darlrne (Doe) Holling
E- mail: jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: Darlene t. Holling 763 Mackinaw Ave. Cheboygan, MI 49721
Surname of Immigrant: Van Blarcom
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Lubbert Gysberts
Name of Ship: The Unity
Arrival Date: 20, July 1634

Origin of Immigrant: Blarcum, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1601 in Blarcum, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Sept. 1655
Immigrant's Spouse: Divertie Cornelis
Source of Information: Early Ft. Orange and Historical N.Y.Records and Family records
Immigrant's Children: Gysbert Lubberts-1624-B.-Beemster, Holland-M.- Eliz. Thomas-1655 Thys Lubberts-B.-1628-de Rijp, Holland-M.-Tryntie Jans-1655 Jan Lubberts-B.-1632-Edam, Holland-M.-Magdaleentie Theunis-1659 Eybetie Lubberts-B.-1635-Ft. Orange.(Albany)-M.-Jan Cornelis Buys* Tryntie Lubberts-B.1637-Ft. Orange-M.-Hendril Oosterom-1652 Gerrit Lubberts-1639B.-Ft. Orange-M.-Gertrude Willems-2nd-Aeltie Everts. Notes: Lubbert Gysberts Van Blarcom was put under contract for 3 years by the West India Co. as a Wheelwright and a Wagon Maker. They first came to Ft. Orange and then went to new Amsterdam in 1648. They bought 100 Acres on the Bergen Beck in New Jersey, After a viciois Indian Raid in Sept. of 1655 killed Lubbert, Divertis moved back to New Amsterdam. She remarried Jan Vanderbilt. Divertie and Jan were granted the right to operate a tavern.

Date: Sun Apr 27 13:03:24 1997
Name: Darlene T. Holling
E- mail: jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: 763 Mackinaw Ave. cheboygan, Mi 49721
Surname of Immigrant: Lemaitre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claude
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: May 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Picardy. France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1611
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1684
Immigrant's Spouse: Hester duBois
Source of Information: History of harlem-New harlem Register-Family Records and Church Rec.
Immigrant's Children: Jan Lemaitre-B.-1653-Flatbush, Long Island-M.-Ruth Waldron Abraham lemaitre-B.-1656-Flatbush, Long Island-M-Ceeltie Vernooy- 2nd Elsie Tappen, a Widow Isaac LeMaitre-B.-1658-Flatbush, Long Island-M.-Cornelia Everts- Susanna LeMaitre-B.-1660-Flatbush-M.-Albert Harmans Bussing Hester LeMaitre-B.-1662-Harlem, N.Y.-M.-Moses LeConte-(DeGraff) Jacobus LeMaitre-b.-1665-Harlem, N.Y.-M.-Geertie Martens Van Ysselsteyn-Esselsteyn

Notes: Claude and Hester DuBois were married in Amsterdam, Holland-24, April 1652 and shortly after sailed to New York. Hester was the daughter of Pierre deBois Jr. and Catherine Clarisse and was born in Canterbury England in 9, Oct. 1625. Her parents were French Huguenots and came to England in the late 1590's. Claude's parents were also French Huguenots. Claude served in Harlem in many official capacities. He and his sons Isaac and Jan were original patantees of Harlem. I am a direct descendant of 3 of their 6 children through 1st cousin intermarriage. Isaac and Jacobus are my 5th G.Grandfathers and Hester was my 6th G.Grandmother, their sister Hester LeMaitre who married Moses LeConte-DeGraff.

Date: Mon Apr 28 11:04:45 1997
Name: Joyce Gangloff
E- mail: jganglof@cancom.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: WALDRON
Given name(s) of Immigrant: RESOLVID
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: After 1649

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam,Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: May 10, 1610 in Amsterdam, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: About 1690 in Harlem, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Rebecca Hendricks
Source of Information: Ancestral File of LDS
Immigrant's Children: BR Willem H. Waldron - b. Feb. 10, 1647 in Amsterdam, Holland - married Engeltie Stoutenburgh in Feb. 10, 1671 in New Amsterdam, Holland. Rebecca Waldron - b. about 1649 in Amsterdam, Holland, m. John Nagel on Aug. 27, 1670. Aeltie Waldron - b. about 1651 in Amsterdam, Holland. Married Johannes Vermilye

Notes: Parents of Resolvid were Resolved Waldron and Maria Goverts.

Date: Tue Apr 29 16:40:17 1997
Name: Darlene T. Holling
E- mail: jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: 763 Mackinaw Ave. Cheboygan, Mi 49721
Surname of Immigrant: Parmentier
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pierre
Name of Ship: Brindled Cow
Arrival Date: Fall 1653

Origin of Immigrant: Belgium
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630 -West Flanders, Belgium
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1701--Kingston, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Antoinette Terrin
Source of Information: History of Harlem-- Huguenot Records-Family Records
Immigrant's Children: Michel Parmentier--Born in 1654 in Kortrijk, West Flanders, Belgium. He was 9 when they arrived in New York. He married Neeltje Jans Damen in 1679. She was the daughter of Jan Cornelisse Damen and wife, Sofia Martens. Michel PARMENTIER was their only child.

Notes: Pierre Parmentier was among the Huguenot Refugees who fled to Mannheim, Germany on the Rhine. He left that area and sailed for New York on April 16, 1663 with The Demarest and Oblinus families. He was one of the overseers of Brooklyn in 1671. The Assessment rolls of Bushwyck, N.Y. listed this on the Assessment rolls: 3 Polls, 2 horses, 3 oxen, 6 cows, 4 hogs 32 morgens of land and valley. Only one other person had more of this.

Date: Tue Apr 29 17:58:36 1997
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: DeBaun
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Joost
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1683

Origin of Immigrant: Possibly Beaune, Cote d'Or, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1650 Beaune, Cote d'Or, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Bef. 1722 probably at Hackensack, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth Drabbe
Source of Information: Genealogy of the DeBaun Family by William H. Wallace, 1971, Church Records
Immigrant's Children:
1. Jacobus (James)Debaun, born in Middleburgh, Netherlands. Married at Tappan RDC, NY 12 January 1709, Anatje (Anna) CANNIFF, dau of Jeremiah Caniff and Anatje Woelffs, of Westchester County, NY. THIS IS MY LINE.
2. Christian Debaun, bapt.15 May 1687 Brooklyn RDC, Married at Hackensack RDC Judith DEMAREST, dau of Samuel Demarest and Maria DeRuine.
3. Matie or Mayke Debaun, bapt. 4 May 1690 Brooklyn RDC, NY. Married at Hackensack RDC David Samuel DEMAREST, son of Samuel Demarest and Maria DeRuine. THIS IS ALSO MY LINE.
4. Karel (Charles) Debaun, born at New Utrecht, NY, Married at Tappan, NY 14 Feb 1714 Jane HARING, dau of Peter Haring.
5. Catarina Debaun, bapt. Brooklyn RDC 4 May 1695. Died in infancy.

Notes: Joost De Baun or De Bane/DeBaene, as it is sometimes spelled, was a French Huguenot, thought to have immigrated from the town of Beaune, Cote d'Or, France, to Flanders, adopting the Dutch name of Joost, in place of his given name of Joseph. From Flanders he went to Middleburgh, Netherlands, where he married Elizabeth Drabbe, a Hollander. Joost came to America in 1683 from Middleburgh, with his wife Elizabeth and their oldest son, Jacobus, to Bushwick, Long Island, NY. Here Joost became clerk of the town for one year, and then with his family removed to New Utrecht, where as clerk, as well as schoolmaster and reader of the Reformed Dutch Church, he remained until some time after 1698. He was included in the list of those who took the Oath of Allegiance in Kings County, NY in 1687, where his name appears as Joost de baene.

In the year 1689, when Jacob Leisler, in the name of William of Orange, seized control of the government of the colonies - because of Joost De Baun's loyalty to the deposed Governor Nicholl during the so-called "Leisler Rebellion", he was forced out of his positions as clerk and schoolmaster. On July 16, 1692, a petition was presented (and granted)in his behalf by Jacques Cortelyou, Justice of the Peace, and Rudolphus Varick, Minister of the Gospel of King's County, asking that Joost De Beane, be re-enstated as schoolmaster and reader.

After 1698, Joost De Baun removed with his family to Orange County, and resided for a time at the "Pond" (Rockland Lake) near Haverstraw, now Rockland County, NY. He and his family did not settle here, however, as in 1704 they were found in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ. This is where he and his family remained until his death before 1722.
Website: http://www.ristenbatt.com/gene alogy
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Date: Wed Apr 30 14:27:29 1997
Name: edward smith
E- mail: edsmith@pb.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: ackerman
Given name(s) of Immigrant: david
Name of Ship: vos
Arrival Date: 14 nov 1662

Origin of Immigrant: oss, in nord brabant, of the dutch republic
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1615
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1662
Immigrant's Spouse: elisabeth bellier
Source of Information: the ackerman family assoc.
Immigrant's Children:
anneken ackerman - 1642
johannes ackerman - 1645
laurents ackerman - 1650
david ackerman - sep 1653
lodowyck ackerman - 1656
abraham ackerman - may 3 1659 wife: aeltie van laer

Notes: harlem, new york city

Date: Sat May 3 11:01:01 1997
Name: Mansell Upham
E- mail: krotwa@iafrica.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Sterreveld
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Adriaen Huybertsen
Name of Ship: De Trouw
Arrival Date: 13 December 1659

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Judith Roberts
Source of Information: Adelbert Semmelink & SA archival records
Immigrant's Children: Huybert, Adriaantje, Neeltje, Geertie

Date: Sat May 3 11:11:03 1997
Name: Darlene T. Holling
E- mail: jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: 763 Mackinaw Ave. Cheboygan, MI 49721
Surname of Immigrant: Van Kleeck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Barent Baltus
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Between 1647 and 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Lipstadt, Westphalia. West Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1606 in Lipstadt Westphalia, W. Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ? Was dead by 1659
Immigrant's Spouse: Mayken de Guyter
Source of Information: #4 of de Halve Moen-Pge 106 Revised History of Harlem-Fam. Records
Immigrant's Children: Catalyntje -Bpt.-18, Jan.1637 at Harlem, Holland Janneten-Btd.-1, Sept. 1638-Haarlem, Holland Mayke-Btd.-25, Dec. 1639-Haarlem, Holland Elsie-Bpd.-11, Aug. 1641-Haarlem, Holland Saertie-Bpd.--3, July 1643-Haarlem, Holland Balthazar-Bpd.-6, Aug. 1645 Anna--Bpd.-10, April 1647-Haarlem, Holland Catalyntje-Married-Paulus Martens Van Benthuysen-Jannetje married- Jan Guishout Van de Linden-2nd-Jan Petersen Bosch Van Goestorp. Mayke married-John Harbardink-Elsie Married-Robert Sanders. Saerte Married Benjamin Provoost--She died young.Baltus Married Tryntje Jans Buys. (My Line)

Notes: Barent Baltus came to the U.S. by 1654. He came with his children and several sisters. Aeltje Baltus, Maritie Baltus and Lysbeth and Gertrude Baltus. Aeltjie married Solomon Hanzen, Gertrude married Melshior Kerstens. Barent married again Eggyn Poulos in New York. His widow survived him in Nov. of 1659. His son Baltus Barent was an early inhabitant of Duchess County. In the deed he is called Balthazar Van Cleake of Long Rock.


 
 

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