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Date: Tue Jun 2 10:49:53 1998
Name: Kelly Lambert
E- mail: cajun@pcis.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Reagain
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1690

Origin of Immigrant: Ireland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1690
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1729
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Rev war records
Immigrant's Children:
NY & later NJ born
Thomas b. 1721 d.?1758
Lazarus b. 1723
Gabriel b. 1725 m. Susannah Gandy,Jr
Nebucadnezzar b. 1727
Benjamin b. 1729

Notes: Benjamin and Gabriel Reagain fought in AM REV War, Gabriel had 1 son Thomas whom married before or during the war in NC to a Elizabeth Featherkille they had 11 children. Wish to find more info on Gabriel's brothers and mother & father. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jun 2 19:57:13 1998
Name: Kathleen Needham
E- mail: kathineedm@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hansen (Bergen)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hans
Name of Ship: Unknown
Arrival Date: March 1633

Origin of Immigrant: Bergen Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: circa 1600 Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1653 Bushwick, Brooklyn New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Sarah Rapalje
Source of Information: Scandinavian Immigrants in New York - John O. Evjen and Dutch and English on the Hudson,A chronicle of Colonial New York
Immigrant's Children:
Michael Hansen 1646 m Femmetje Teunis De Nyse
Anneken Bergen m Jan Clercq
Brecktje Bergen m Aert T. Middagh
Catalyna 1653
Jan Bergen 1644 m Jannetje Theunise De Nyse
Joris Bergen 1649 m Sarah Stryker
Marritje Bergen 1651 m Jacob Rutszen
Jacob Gerben 1653 m Elsje Lubertszen

Notes: Hans Hansen (Bergen) arrived in New Amsterdam in 1633. He first owned land at Manhattan, south of the Fort, between the lots of his father-in-law Joris Rapalje and Jan Snedeker. By 1643, he appears to have been living on Long Island, where on March 30, 1647 he received 400 acresa of land at Wallabout next to the patent of his father-in-law Joris Rapalje, lying on the kil of Rapalje¹s farm. ³ Hans, while engaged in the cultivation of the land was chased by the Indians when for safety, he took refuge in a tree, where they soon discovered him. He thought his end was near and so started singing a hymn. His singing so charmed his persuers, that after listening for some time in delight, they left him unmolested, thus proving the truth that mustic hath charms to soothe the savage beast². though this seems like a good Dutch story, suitable for lazy afternoon of ³chewing the fat². Decendants of Hans Hansen Bergen (9th great grandfather of Kathi/Mark/Barbara) owned the land that is now Bergen Beach, a neighborhood in south-eastern Brooklyn, bounded to the north by Paerdegat Basin and Canarsie, to the east by Jamaica Bay, to the south by Mill Basin and to the west by Flatlands. They sold it eventually to Percy Williams, an entrepreneur who developed it as a summer resort. His enterprise thrived in the 1890¹s and the early twentieth century but became unable to compete with Coney Island and Rockaway Beach, and by 1926 the last section had been sold for a development of one family houses. Some houses were built and picnic groves were run through with streets, but most of the area remained undeveloped into the 1990¹s. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jun 10 18:38:49 1998
Name: Larry Jacobson
E- mail: findum@ix.netcom.com
Address: 15 St. Andrews Road Severna Park, Maryland 21146
Surname of Immigrant: Morrell
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1662

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1704 Queens, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Hannah Gleane
Source of Information: Aunt Jo, probably from DAR records
Immigrant's Children:
Thomas Morrell Jr. born 1662 in England; wife Martha
Jonathan Morrell born about 1670 probably born in New York; wife either Judith or Sarah It appears this family lived in Newtown, Queens, NY for many generations

Notes: Thomas Morrell (1630-1704); Jonathan Morrell (1670-1726); Abraham Morrell (born Newton, Queens, NY, died 1771); Jonathan Morrell (1730-1802); William Morrell (b before 1829); Jonathan (1786-1829) --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jun 11 06:10:16 1998
Name: Doris Lane
E- mail: Croesen2@aol.com
Address: 87 Main Avenue 2A Ocean Grove NJ 07756
Surname of Immigrant: Croesen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Gerrit Dircksen
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Winschoten, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1639
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 7 Mar 1680
Immigrant's Spouse: Neeltje Jans Van Huysem (Staats)
Source of Information: Croesen Families of America Vol. 1 1998
Immigrant's Children:
Derrick bap 22 Jul 1662 Brooklyn NY died 12 May 1731Bucks Co PA married 5 Mar 1684 in Manhattan Elizabeth Cregier
Elsje born abt 1663 Gowanus resettled poss Piscataway NJ married 9 Oct 1681 Willem Claesz
Hendrick born abt 1665 Gowanus died abt 1760 Staten Island NY married abt 1697 Cornelia Corson
Catharine born abt 1670 Gowanus died abt 1726 Staten Island NY married Nicholas Bakker
Anitje born 16 Sept 1677 married abt 1702 Christian Corson
Jan (poss)

Notes: Gerrit Dircksen Croesen joined the Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church by transfer from Winschoten in 1661. He owned a 25 acre farm in the Gowanus Colony. Upon his death in 1680 his widow Neeltje Jans married her neighbor Volkert Hendricksen Bries. On 29 Sept 1677 Gerrit had been granted a 172 acre land patent on the North Shore of Staten Island. His two sons, Derrick and Hendrick, and possibly his daughter Elsje, relocated there. Gerrit's will had burned in a fire at the county clerk's house and a dispute arose in the 1690s between the sons Derrick and Hendrick over the patent. It was settled around 1709 when it was sold. Hendrick bought a neighboring 54 acre farm and Derrick resettled in Bucks County PA.
Website Description: Information center for genealogical research of Croesen Families of America, a published genealogy. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jun 13 23:02:37 1998
Name: Marvin Villines
E- mail: marvill@ite.net
Address: P.O.Box 1919 Agana, Guam 96932
Surname of Immigrant: van Egmond
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelius
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: 1643

Origin of Immigrant: Voorhout, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1678, New York
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Nell Flud
Immigrant's Children: Cornelius van Edmond born 1621 Holland died 1668 New York --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jun 15 06:36:43 1998
Name: Angie Mahan
E- mail: amahan@alum.dev.ua.edu
Address: 15614 Peace Valley Road Cottondale, AL 35453
Surname of Immigrant: WOERTMAN/WORKMAN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Dirck Jansen (Richard) Woertman
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1647

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630 Amsterdam Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1690 Brooklyn NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Merrietje TEUNIS(EN)
Source of Information: Dutch Reform Church Records, Internet site: Jack Perry several other internet sites!, Susie Erickson
Immigrant's Children:
Harmtje Woertman b. 6/6/1661 Brooklyn NY
Femmentje Jans Dircks Woertman b. 1/6/1664 Brooklyn NY
Janse Dirck Woertman b. 1665 Brooklyn NY
Geertruy Woertman b. 1667 Brooklyn NY
Teunis Denys Woertman christened 12/28/1669 Brooklyn NY
Paulis Woertman christened 4/2/1672 Brooklyn NY
Catherine Woertman christened 1677 Brooklyn NY
Denys Dirckse Woertman christened 7/28/1681 Brooklyn NY
Elizabeth Woertman b. 4/4/1681 Brooklyn NY
Annetje Woertman b. 6/15/1684 Brooklyn NY
Merrietje Woertman b. 11/21/1686 Brooklyn NY
Peter Derick Woertman christened 1688 Brooklyn NY
Lorewyck Derick Woertman christened 1690 Brooklyn NY

Notes: "The patronymic naming pattern was followed. John's son Richard is recorded as Dirck Jansen (Jans), meaning Richard, son of John." from www.harenet.net/~jeanlee and Dutch Reform Church Records. Admitted to the Brooklyn Dutch Church on 4/10/1660(61). Took the oath of allegiance in 1687 at Brooklyn...stated he'd been in the country for 40 years. Occupation: operated the Brooklyn Ferry. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jun 16 18:54:07 1998
Name: Diane Vojvoda Novak
E- mail: DiFloNo@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: YOUNG
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship: unknown
Arrival Date: before 1639

Origin of Immigrant: Southwold, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1598 Southwold, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Feb. 24, 1671 Southold, N.Y.
Immigrant's Spouse: Mary Gardiner Warren third wife m. 1639 Salem Mass.
Source of Information: "Youngs Geneology" Riverhead, NY Historical Society Library
Immigrant's Children: Children of third wife Mary Warren Gardiner l. Benjamin Young b 1640 mElizabeth unknown 2. Christopher Young b 1642 Southold NY m 1675 Mary Budd d July 31, 1695 Southold NY Notes: It is not questioned that he was the first settler and founder of Southold, L.I. He married three times (1) Joan Herrington m 1622 England (2) Joan Harris m 1630 England (3) Mary Warren Gardiner m 1639 Salem, Mass. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jun 18 09:42:16 1998
Name: James Dill
E- mail: clarkson@baka.com
Address: 15 Mill Street Lansing, NY 14882
Surname of Immigrant: Clarkson
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Matthew
Name of Ship: Beaver
Arrival Date: 29 January 1691

Origin of Immigrant: Mortlake, (near Battersea, Surrey) England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1664, Mortlake, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: July 20, 1702 Jamaica, LI, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Catharina Van Schaick
Source of Information: The Ancestry & Posterity of Matthew Clarkson (1664-1702) by J. Robert T. Craine, Ed by Harry W. Hazard
Immigrant's Children: BRElizabeth Clarkson bap. Jan 8, 1693 NY City , d. before 1702 NY City BRDavid Clarkson b. Jan 19, 1694 NY City d. Apr 7, 1751 Flatbush, NY m. Ann Margaret Freeman (1706-1759) dau. of Rev. Bernardus Freeman and Margrieta Goosense Van Schaick BRLevinus Clarkson bap. Sept 6, 1696 NY City d. unm. Oct 6, 1769 Sionlust, Voorburg, Holland BRMatthew Clarkson bap. Apr 9, 1699 Old DRC NY City, d. June 4, 1739 NY City m. Cornelia Bancker De Peyster(1695-1753) dau of Johannes De Peyster and Anna Bancker BRAnna Clarkson b 1701 NY City d. unm. Aug 19, 1778 Sionlust, Voorburg, Holland

Notes: Appointed 1st Secretary of NY Colony, Dec 28, 1689 by William III. Vestryman, Trinity Church, 1698-1702. He and his wife died in yellow fever epidemic, summer 1702, Jamica, LI. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jun 18 13:43:38 1998
Name: Catherine DiPietro
E- mail: vdpcom@warwick.net
Address: P.O. Box 363 Franklin, NJ 07416
Surname of Immigrant: Kinne
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Adrian Pieterse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1678

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1655, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1710 Raritan Valley, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Willempe Pieterse Wyckoff of Peter Claeson & Gretje Van Ness
Source of Information: "Genealogies of NJ Families" vol.1, "Family of Peter Claeson, Ancestor of all the Wyckoffs"
by Jacob Wyckoff (Somerset Hist Qtrly Vol 7); Records of the Dutch Reformed Church, Bensalem, Bucks Co, PA;
New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Ch. records; Janeway Acct Bks GMNJ 34:73; Snell's "History of Hunterdon & Somerset Co., NJ"
Immigrant's Children:
Adrian bpt 20 Oct 1678 Flatbush, NY m. Geertje de HART of Simon Aerson
Jacob bpt 5 Dec 1680 Flatbush, NY m. Dorothe de HART of Simon Aerson
(prob.) Pieter b. abt. 1682 NY d. 1745 Readington, Hunterdon Co, NJ m. Eytye WILLIAMSE
(prob.) Lourence b. abt. 1684 NY m. 13 Dec 1707 Catherine Davids HENDRICKS of David Notes: Adrian Pieterse Kinne and Pieter plus wife Ida Williams were first members of Six Mile Run church in Franklin Park, Somerset Co in 1710. Descendants settled in Readington and Lebanon - later Hunterdon Co, NJ. Later generations went north to Warren and Sussex Co., NJ then westward in 1800's to PA, OH, KS, MI, TX, IA, etc. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jun 18 19:09:45 1998
Name: Gary Smith
E- mail: smithg@kos.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Gerretze
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Dirck
Name of Ship: The Beaver
Arrival Date: 1660-1664

Origin of Immigrant: Utrecht, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ~1640 & Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ??
Immigrant's Spouse: Geertje Hendricks
Source of Information: My sister's family tree records.
Immigrant's Children: 1)Gerret Garretze(1661) died young, 2)John Garrison (~1670-?) m. to Bridget Oakley 3)Ruhanna Garrison (~1672-?) m. Thomas Bishop 4) Richard Garrison (~1676-?) m. Elizabeth ? 5)Mary Garrison 6) Jonas Garrison (~1684-?) m. Cornelia DeGroot on Oct. 13,1708.

Notes: Gerretze Garrison --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jun 20 12:07:40 1998
Name: Howard E LANE
E- mail: lanehowa@ptd.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: LANE
Given name(s) of Immigrant: George LANE
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: About 1664

Origin of Immigrant: ENGLAND
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: About 1640 in ENGLAND
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Before Oct 1727 in Rye Westchester Co NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Mercy Unknown
Source of Information: Book- HISTORY OF RYE by Charles W BAIRD
Immigrant's Children: BR Samuel-born about 1666, died after 14 April 1747, married Elizabeth HALL about 1701. BR George-born about 1668, died before 11 Feb 1745, married Hannah Unknown about 1688. BR Daniel-born about 1670, died about 1737, married Unknown about 1698. BR Joseph-born about 1672, died after 1739, married Unknown about 1689. BR Mary- born about 1675, married Joseph BRUNDAGE Sr. BR Anna-born about 1678, died after 1712, married Abraham SMITH also Arnold BASSETT. BR John-born about 1680.

Notes: All resided in Rye, West Farms, White Plains and Cortlandt Manor Westchester Co NY --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Jun 21 08:23:40 1998
Name: Susan Kelley
E- mail: suznkelley@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Auken
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Marinus
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: ca 1683

Origin of Immigrant: Cadzand, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1660 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: bef 1724
Immigrant's Spouse: Pieternelle de Pre van Wingen
Source of Information: Bradford Van Auken's Website http://pages.prodigy.com/VT/vanauken/
Immigrant's Children:
Pieter (1685),
Sara (1688),
Cornelis (1690),
Catrina (1692),
Rachel (1695),
Neeltje (1697),
Abraham (1689)
Isaak (1702). Cornelius Van Aken - 1690 Cornelius was the son of the emigrants Marinus Van Aken and Pieternelle de Pre. Cornelius was baptized May 25, 1690 in Kingston, New York. He married Zara Westbroek April 30, 1714. hey moved from Ulster County to Bucks (now Pike County), PA, at Theesacht (Rosetown), near Matamoras, in Westfall Township before 1734. They had nine children who were: Pieternelletjen (1715), Lena (1717), Abraham C (1720), Annaatjen (1723), Elizabeth (1725), Johannes (1728), Jannetje (1730/32), Jacobus (1734), Sarah (1737), and Gideon (1738). Notes: "Marinus Van Aken was in Ulster County, NY sometime between 1683 and 1685. His marriage to Pieternelle de Pre in Cadzand, Holland took place on 11 Apr 1683. He took the oath of allegiance to the English government at Kingston, NY, in 1689. He was on the tax list on 9 Dec 1709 when he was taxed three shillings for '1 frye place and 1 slave'. He was also listed in the town of Rochester, Ulster Co., NY in 1711 and 1720/1. His children were all born (1685-1702) in Kingston NY." (4). Marinus had four sons and four daughters. Three boys eventually moved down the Old Mine Trail to the Delaware Valley and settled near Port Jervis then known as Mahockamack. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Jun 21 08:39:18 1998
Name: John Lancy
E- mail: jlancy@webtv.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Lancey
Given name(s) of Immigrant: William ?
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Islnd of Re off France coast
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death:
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: John 7-23-1720 , Margaret 9-26-1728 , Mary 8-29-1731 , Deborah 11-11-1733
Immigrant's Children: Church built with the help of the Lancey brothers "French Church DuSaint-Esprit" founded in 1628 at 111 East 60th Street New York , NY 10022. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Jun 21 15:53:58 1998
Name: Donna Van Buskirk
E- mail: DeeVanBee@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Andriessen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Laurens
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date:

Origin of Immigrant: came from Holstein, Denmark in mid 1600s
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1694
Immigrant's Spouse: Jannetje Jans
Source of Information: Many sources mention them.He changed his name to Buskirk and Van was eventually added according to many documents. I have their wedding date at the Old Dutch Church on Staten Island in Dec 12, 1658. Need more on ship he arrived on etc.
Immigrant's Children: --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jun 29 10:45:42 1998
Name: Sharen D. Reid
E- mail: sharenr@hotmail.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: V(a-e-u)rgason
Given name(s) of Immigrant: possibly John
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: prior to 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: prior to 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Verbal family history
Immigrant's Children: John

Notes: Believe early Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam (New York City). By 1660 John ffergerson (Vergerson) found in Stratford (near Bridgewater, CT) and by 1664 relocated to Westchester (Colchester, CT). Three daughters, Mary, Sarah, and Abigail born Stratford 1660-1664. Numerous spellings of surname found: Faugerson, Fauger, Fanger, Vargason, Vargerson, Vergerson, Vergason, Vurgason, Veargason, etc. Also found family relocated around 1760 in Hanover & Morristown, Morris County, NJ. Records of family members being baptized in Dutch Reform Church in Brooklyn in later years. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jun 29 21:30:21 1998
Name: melanie birdsey
E- mail: birdsey@netrover.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: deMabille
Given name(s) of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: mid to late 1600s

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: new york
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: A couple of cousins knew the history. One had a deMabille genealogical book.
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: The name could have changed to Mabie or Mabee. Some of the descendants are Frederick Mabie, Purnell Mabie, etc. They ended up as Loyalists and left New York for New Brunswick. I don't know any more. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jun 29 22:32:15 1998
Name: Delores Jensen
E- mail: DJensen840@aol.com
Address: 6581 - 5th Avenue N.E. Seattle, WA 98115
Surname of Immigrant: Alberti
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pietro Caesere Guilio Alberti
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1642

Origin of Immigrant: Malamocco Island, Venice, Italy
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1608, Malamocco Island, Venice, Italy
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: November 9, 1655, New Amsterdam, L.I., New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Judith Jawse Manje born in Amsterdam, Holland
Source of Information: Old family letter and Family Tree Archives
Immigrant's Children: Jan Alberti, b. August 31, 1643 Marles Alberti, b. 1645 Aert Alberti, b. April 14, 1647 Marritje Pieters Alberti, b. 1649 Francyntie Alberti, b. about 1650, d. infancy Willem Alberti, b. 1652 Notes: New Amsterdam, Long Island, New york was the place of residency. Both Pietro Alberti and Judith Jawse Manje were killed in an Indian raid November 9, 1655 in New Amsterdam. Name was later anglicized to Alburtis and then to Burtis. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jun 30 09:58:32 1998
Name: Peter JM van Schaik
E- mail: peter.van.schaik@T8000.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: van Schaick
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelis Aertsen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: abt. 1636

Origin of Immigrant: Westbroek,Utrecht,Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt. 1810
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt. 1669 New Amsterdam (NY)
Immigrant's Spouse: Belitje Hendrickse
Source of Information: "Descendants of Cornelis Aertsen van Schaick" by Melwood Van Scoyoc
Immigrant's Children:
Hendrikje ch:7 july 1641 Bef. 1664 New Amsterdam
Arie Cornelissen ch:9 July 1642 d:Dec 1699 in New York
Hendrik Cornelissen Ch:1 Sep. 1646
Lysbeth Ch: 10 Oct. 1651 Notes: Received a grant of land from the "Dutch West India Company (VWC) " in 1636 Second wife; Wijntje Elberts m;10 July 1662 Widow of Aert Willemszen Leased the bouwrie of Governor Peter Stuyvesant in 1656 located at Crown Point, Corlears Hook NY Leased the "Jan Damen Farm" wich extended from the East river to the Hudson and was bounded on the south by what became Wallstreet --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 1 15:30:07 1998
Name: Robert McArter
E- mail: M930@erols.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Forman
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Robert
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1645

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Unpublished Family History
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Robert was "Incorporator of Flushing, Queens County, Long Island. In 1645. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 1 18:37:05 1998
Name: Court Noxon
E- mail: cnoxon@post,kosone.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hoogeboom
Given name(s) of Immigrant: (Mees) Bartholomew Pietersen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before1657

Origin of Immigrant: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1640
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Feb 1702 at Half Moon
Immigrant's Spouse: Katryn ?
Source of Information: Noxon Family in North America- France Stenberg
Immigrant's Children:
Gertruy
Ariantje

Notes: Mees was trader on Hudson River,had brother Cornelius. In 1657 was warned be the Sherrif at Albany for playing golf on a prayer day. In 1658 Gertuy and Arantje were accused of illegally trading with the indians. In 1685 Mees was fined 12 shillings for burying his negro in a private and suspicious manner.He was elected assessor for Half Moon(Waterford) 4 Oct 1700. Above info from New Netherlands Register Vol 1 pp 70-75. Wife Katryn died 1707 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 1 20:50:41 1998
Name: Robert Franson
E- mail: franson@home.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Corteljou
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jaques
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Utrecht
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1625 in Utrecht
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: before 27 July 1693, probably New Utrecht
Immigrant's Spouse: Neeltje Van Duyn
Source of Information: "The Cortelyou Genealogy" by John Van Zandt Cortelyou (Lincoln, Nebraska: Brown Printing Service, 1942.
Immigrant's Children:
unnamed infant, b. and d. 1657.
Jaques, b. about 1660, d. 3 May 1731; m., 1st Jarretje Hendricks Smack; m. 2nd, Altie Boerman.
Cornelius, b. about 1662; d. about 1690 (?); m. Neeltje Volckers.
Pieter, b. about 1664-5; d. 10 April 1757; m. Deborah or Diewertje DeWitt.
Helena, b. about 1666 (?); d. 1720; m., 1st, Nicholas rutgersz Van Brunt; m., 2nd, Denyse Teunisssen; m., 3rd, Hendrick Hendrickse Hafte.
Maria, b. about 1669 (?); m. 1697, willem Willemse Barkelo.
Willem, b. about 1671 (?); d. before 1693.

Notes: Jaques Corteljou was named Surveyer General of New Netherlands on 23 Jan 1657, and was recommissioned by Francis Lovelace, English Governor of the Province of New York in Mar 1670. He also held the post of Justice of the Peace from 1675 to 1693, and was appointed as a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Sessions of New York in 1689. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 2 16:31:26 1998
Name: Gordon Myers
E- mail: redcedar@erols.com
Address: 306 Red Cedar dr. Levittown, Pa. 19055
Surname of Immigrant: Myers
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Peter
Name of Ship: Not known
Arrival Date:

Origin of Immigrant: Denmark
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Not Known
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Not Known
Immigrant's Spouse: Sarah Kilpatrick
Source of Information: Records of the reformed Dutch church in new Amsterdam and New York
Immigrant's Children: Samuel Myers born in Harlem New york (New Amsterdam) 1754

Notes: They came to New Amsterdam some time in 1669 to 89. Peter myers was married in Jan.24 1773. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 2 22:16:12 1998
Name: Scott Wildey
E- mail: ricdar@hsonline.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Wilde
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Richard Wilde
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1636

Origin of Immigrant: France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: est. 1616, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Aft. 1673, Long Island, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: unknown
Source of Information: Family Tree Maker
Immigrant's Children:
Thomas Wilde b.abt. 1666, d.1710-1758, m.Elizabeth ?? 1697-1729

Notes: Long Island, NY Dutchess County, NY Milan Twp, Dutchess County, NY Richard Wilde was admitted as a resident of Charleston, Mass. in 1636. The name de Wilde was on a list of French Hugeonots who fled religious persecution in France to Holland and then on to Long Island, New York. (Family Tree Maker) --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 8 19:02:18 1998
Name: Betty Harley
E- mail: betty@VAXXINE.COM
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Carle
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas (Captain)
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 27 Feb 1656

Origin of Immigrant: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1675, Hempstead, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Sarah Halstead
Source of Information: Book: A Carl Family History - The Story of an Old Long Island Family by Skip Carl (1974)
Immigrant's Children: Thomas (a Quaker)
Elizabeth
Margaret
John
Joseph
Timothy Notes: On January 16, 1663, day of election, Thomas Carle was chosen for Townsman to stand for next ensuing year. In 1663 Thomas Carle, with other of Hempstead, was made a freeman of English Connecticut, under whose jurisdiction Long Island now fell. In 1664 Thomas Carle was chosen to be a church warden. In 1657 Thomas Carle was the owner of six gates at "the necke". In 1658 Thomas Carle was given a certain allotment of meadowland; first received 6 acres, later that year he acquired ten more. In 1659 Thomas Carle held six acres at Mr. Ogden's Neck. In 1659 Thomas Carle took up eight acres at Rockaway. In 1663 at a town meeting Thomas Carle five acres "of upland" at Mr. Denton's Neck and ten acres "on the north side". In February, 1663 Captain Thomas Carle purchased Thomas Smith's parcell of meddow lying on dentons Neck. On January 16, 1672 at a town meeting, 8 more acres were given to Thomas Carle "on the Great Neck eastward by Jerusalem River. Thomas Carle died intestate about 1675, age unknown. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 8 19:16:12 1998
Name: Connie Redd
E- mail: reddhots@digitalexp.com
Address: Port St. Joe, Florida
Surname of Immigrant: VAN CLEEF/CLEF
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1661

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1627
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1685
Immigrant's Spouse: Engeltje LOWERNES
Source of Information: geneology records of Ruth Perry Stevens, second cousin
Immigrant's Children:
Nilke/Neiltje Van Cleft, sp Kryn Janszen Van Mater
Cornelis Van Cleft, abt 1665, New Utrecht, RDC
Laurens Van Cleft, abt 1670, New Utrecht, RDC
Rebecca Van Cleft, abt 1672, New Utrecht, RDC
Anna Van Cleft, abt 1674, New Utrecht, RDC
Isbrandt Van Cleft, abt 1677, Kings County, NY, sp Jannetje Van Der Bilt abt 1698
Angelica Van Cleft, abt 1680
Catherine Van Cleft, abt 1681 New Utrecht, RDC, sp Johannes Van Lewen abt 1699/1704
Joseph Van Cleft, abt 1693, New Utrect, RDC
Benjamin Van Cleft abt 1683
Maritje Van Cleft, abt 1685, sp William Post --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 9 09:43:18 1998
Name: Jacqueline Ortiz
E- mail: wl10@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Lieuwes
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Epkese, Jacob
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Friesland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1619, Friesland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Sil Cornelisda
Source of Information: paper with list of names taken from New York Public Library
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: arrived in Hackensack New Jersey from Friesland, Netherlands (Holland) around 16__ something son Cornelius Epke born about 1852 in Hackensack New Jersey (later took on name of BANTA at the time of his marriage to Jeannetie Depre (SP) in about 1685. SINCERE THANKS FOR THIS SOURCE OF INFORMATION!!! --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 9 18:01:41 1998
Name: Stokes
E-mail: bstokesjr@webtv.web
Address: Bryan Stokes 1422 Concord Lane Glendora, CA 91740
Surname of Immigrant: Derflinger
Given name(s) of Immigrant: unknown?
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1664

Origin of Immigrant: Prussia-France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Prussia 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Aunt Vivian Derflinger
Immigrant's Children: Philip Derflinger, probably grandchild or great grandchild, born 1778.

Notes: Story is that Derflingers left Prussia, unknown reasons or date, went to France,intermarried with Rochambeau family and arrived in New Amsterdam prior to English takeover. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jul 11 20:30:22 1998
Name: W.L. Barker
E- mail: TopBranchW@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Woggelum
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter Adriaense
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1663

Origin of Immigrant: Woggelum, North Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: WFT estimate 1596-1625
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1580, Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: unknown
Source of Information: Purcell Family of America Genealogical Association
Immigrant's Children:
Jan Pietersen Van Woggelum, abt 1647,Amsterdam, Holland married (1) Styntje Jans (2) Hendricka Strockels --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jul 11 20:48:07 1998
Name: W.L. Barker
E- mail: TopBranchW@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Hoeck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aren Isaacson
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1670

Origin of Immigrant: Hooksiel, Oldenburg, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1624
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1697 New York
Immigrant's Spouse: (1) Sara Van de Cliet (2) Styntje Laurens (3) Geertje Everts (4) Elizabeth Stevens (5) Maria Van Hobocken
Source of Information: Purcell Family of America Genealogical Association & Sue Skay's Genealogy & Van Hook Family Genealogical Homepage
Immigrant's Children:
Lawrence Van Hoeck b. abt 1670 Albany, NY d abt 1690 Freehold, Monmouth Co., NJ Married Joanne Hendricks Smith
Cathernia b bef 19 Sept 1666
Vrowtje b. bef 3 July 1675, NY, NY d. aft 1691, NY, NY
Roelof
Bennony Aarentsen b. 1652-1665 Albany (Ft. Orange) NY d 9 Feb. 1689/90 Schenectady
Isaac Arentsen b 1652-1665 NY
Vrouwtie
Aalje b 1665-1665 NY
Date: Fri Jul 17 07:13:21 1998
Name: Winona Ackerman
E- mail: winona@annapolis.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hulse
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Richard
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1670

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1640
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Brookhaven, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: unknown
Source of Information: Seversmith:Colonial Families of L.I.;Brookhaven Town records
Immigrant's Children:
Thomas Hulse 1667-,mar. Hannah ____.
Richard Hulse 1669-1724, mar____ Biggs.
Joseph Hulse 1675-1749
John Edgar Hulse 1668-, mar Anna _____

Notes: All the known history known centers in Brookhaven, Suffolk Co., Long Island, New York. The elder Richard collected whale oil for the town and was also called a carpenter. Thomas may have married three times, but there are several men named Thomas Hulse. Could one or more have arrived in America later? The third and fourth generations are confused, but include Thomas Jr., Priscilla, Josiah, Selah, Ebenezer, Joshua, David, Gilbert, Paul, Jesse, Stephen, John Thomas and Elizabeth, plus Ruth, Isaac, Samuel,Abigail,Justus, Silas, Henry, Jonah, Jemima, Nehemiah. I suspect the family knew the sea before coming here. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jul 20 18:09:15 1998
Name: Daryl Van Benschoten
E- mail: vanben@mussel
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Bunschoten
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Theunis Eliasen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1671

Origin of Immigrant: Bunschoten, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Gerritje
Source of Information: Book - "Van Bunschoten or Van Benschoten Family in America"
Immigrant's Children: Solomon

Notes: Kingston, New York --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 22 16:44:49 1998
Name: Raquel
E-mail: raqon@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Roeloffson / Bogardus (married twice)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anneke Jans Webber
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1630

Origin of Immigrant: Holland (The Netherlands)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Born 1605, Holland somewhere
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: After 1644
Immigrant's Spouse: 1) Jan John Roeloffson (m. 1628) 2) Rev. Everardus Bogardus (m. 1638)
Source of Information: Genealogical research done by my Great, Great Grandmother, Lillian M. Thompson
Immigrant's Children: From marriage to Jan John Roeloffson:
1. Sarah Roeloffson b. Dec. 3, 1630
2. Catherine Roeloffson b. Sept. 7, 1634
3. Fytje Roeloffson b. Nov. 9, 1635 / Married Pieter Gartger, 1652.
4. Jan John Roeloffson b. Dec. 5, 1636 Children from 2nd Marriage to Rev. Everardus Bogardus:
5. William Bogardus b. Ded. 15, 1639
6. Cornelius Bogardus b. Sept. 9, 1640
7. Janas Bogardus b. 1643
8. Pieter Bogardus b. April 4, 1644

Notes: The family settled in NY, which was called New Amsterdam at the time, and became wealthy landowners on Manhattan, and Staten Island. The family was reported to have founded the famous and historic Trinity Church in Manhattan. At the turn of the 20th century, the church and other landholdings were supposed to be given over to the direct descendants of Anneke Jans. My great, great grandmother, Lillian May Kellogg Thompson, having already researched our lineage, was disappointed that the state of NY did not honor this old deed. I would appreciate any info that anyone might have pertaining to the ship from Holland that Anneke and Jan came to NY on, its name, and its point of origin. I have the family traced back to them, but would like to trace it throught Europe now. Thank you. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 23 21:46:51 1998
Name: Grant Van Iderstine
E- mail: gvanide@ibm.net
Address: 794 Brock Street Winnipeg, MB Canada R3N 0Z5
Surname of Immigrant: Tades
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Michael
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1670

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: about 1670, New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Spouse: Anetje Eduwarts Idens
Source of Information: www.greenapple.com
Immigrant's Children: Catryntje Magielse Tades Magielse Eduart Magielse Edwart Magielse --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jul 24 11:42:40 1998
Name: Aline L. Garretson
E- mail: agarrets@epix.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Polhemius
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Johannes Theodorus
Name of Ship: St. Charles
Arrival Date: 3 Sept 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Boikirchen, near Wolfstein, Rhenish Bavaria
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1598
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 9 June 1676 Flatbush, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: ? (first) Catharina Van der Werven (second)
Source of Information: NYGBR, V90:65ff; Register of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y
Immigrant's Children:
Christina bap 7 Oct 1629 at Meppel, Netherlands, da of first wife
Adrianna b 1644 at Itamarca, Brazil; mar Jan Roeloffsen Sebring; d before 1702
Theodorus b 1646 at Itamarca, Brazil; mar Aertje Bogart; d ca 1722 at Jamaica, Long Island
Lammetje b 1648 prob at Itamarca, Brazil; mar Johannes Willemse, alive in 1702
Anna b 1649 prob at Itamarca, Brazil; mar Cornelis Barentse Van Wyck, alive in 1702
Maragrietje b 1660 prob at Midwout; mar William Gillemse Cornell, d before 1702
Elizabeth b ca 1661 prob at Midwout; mar Denys Nyssen; d 30 Sept 1683
Daniel b ca 1662 in Midwout; mar Neeltje Vanderveer; d at Flabush ca 1730 Notes: Rev Polhemius apparently married an unknown first wife in the Netherlands before 1629. He is believed to have married his second wife in Brazil about 1643. The family left Brazil in April 1654 for the Netherlands on separate ships. The Domine's ship was captured by a Spanish privateer which in turn was captured by the St. Charles, a French man-of-war. The passengers were conducted to New Amsterdam, arriving on 3 Sept 1654. Rev. Polhemius was founding father of the First Reformed Church of Brooklyn. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jul 27 00:28:29 1998
Name: Becky Dixon Messier
E- mail: BMess13348@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: HILDEBRAND
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Peter
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1690

Origin of Immigrant: Hanover, Germary
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1655, Hanover, Germary
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1695, PA
Immigrant's Spouse: unknown
Source of Information: Autobiography of Samuel S. Hilderbrand published 1870
Immigrant's Children:
Jacob 1680 Notes: Peter HILDEBRAND and his family arrived in New Amsterdam in 1690, he stayed there for three years and then moved to northern PA. where he died about 2 years later. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jul 28 08:17:47 1998
Name: Mary M. Moss
E- mail: marymoss@pacbell.net
Address: 38 Northwoods Lane La Crescenta, CA 91214
Surname of Immigrant: du Trieux
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Philippe
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: spring of 1624

Origin of Immigrant: Sedan, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1586 in Roubaix, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Susanna du Chesne
Source of Information: Genealogy handed down to family members, author is probably Franklin H. Truax
Immigrant's Children: Isaac du Trieux (b) 4/21/1642 at New Amsterdam, NY (d) before 1706 (m) Maria Williamse Brouwer (birthplace, date and death unknown) Notes: Isaac and Maria du Trieux moved to Schenectady, N.Y. about 1670. Their fourth son Jacob Truax was born 10/9/1694 in Schenectady. He married Lysbet de la Grange (b)10/6/1695 daughter of Jellis de la Grange and Jannetje Molenaar. Jacob died 3/16/1770 and she died on 5/10/1788. Their fourth son and fifth child was Willem Truax, (b)7/16/1732 and (m)on 4/17/1760 at the Reformed Church of Schoharie, NY to Anna Elizabeth Zeybel, (b)at Schoharie but living at Beaver Kill at the time of marriage. They had 11 children. One of their children, John Truax (b)1763 (m) Gertruid Heinen 3/20/1790 in St. Paul's Evangelical Church at Schoharie. They had seven children. Their son Peter Truax (b) 1/7/1806 at Berne. Peter Truax (m) Rhoda B. Downes (from records of Steuben County, NY) and lived in the town of Cameron. Peter Truax is my ancestor. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jul 28 18:05:43 1998
Name: Heiskell, Lorraine
E- mail: KDGen@aol.com
Address: 1884 Bethabara Road Hayesville, N.C. 28904
Surname of Immigrant: Lefferts-Haughawout
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieterse
Name of Ship: Bronte
Arrival Date: 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Hempstead Long Island NY
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Books ?
Immigrant's Children: PieterseI do not kj

Notes: I do not Know --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jul 29 14:23:08 1998
Name: Roberta (Bobbi) Needham
E- mail: Bobbi2@prestige.net
Address: P.O. Box 2044 Cumming, Ga. 30028-2044
Surname of Immigrant: GRAY
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship: unknown
Arrival Date: before 1684

Origin of Immigrant: Scotland or England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1640- 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Power of Attorney of grandson, John Gray 3rd; Papers of the Lloyd Family of the Manor of Queens Village, Lloyd's Neck, Long Island 1654-1826
Immigrant's Children: John Gray 2nd.

Notes: Resided in Suffolk and Queens Counties --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jul 30 14:42:57 1998
Name: Robin Sloan
E- mail: sneakers@on- net.net
Address: 1610 E. 12th St. Indianapolis, IN, USA
Surname of Immigrant: DRIGGS
Given name(s) of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1682

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: LDS research
Immigrant's Children: Joseph Driggs, b. May 28, 1682 Platlands, Kings, NY, d. Nov 15, 1748 Notes: Joseph married Elizabeth Martin Boarn on Sep 13 1716 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jul 31 21:00:18 1998
Name: Muriel J. Parmenter
E- mail: parmenter@bitpuppy.thornt on.co.us
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: CAUDEBEC
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jaques
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1690

Origin of Immigrant: Caudebec-en-Caux, Normandy
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1666
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Kingston ,NY
Immigrant's Spouse: PROVOST, Margarette
Source of Information: BRADLEY family genealogy
Immigrant's Children: William Cuddebeck m. Jemima Etting

Notes: Jaques Caudebec wsa a French Hugeunot refugee who went to Holland in 1685. He then went to New Amsterdam(NY) where he settled near Kingston , NY.

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