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Date: Mon Sep 1 10:45:07 1997
Name: Richard Lee Van Scoy
E- mail: rvscoy@aol.com
Address: 284 Shore St. Falmouth MA. 02540
Surname of Immigrant: Van Schaick
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelis
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1638

Origin of Immigrant: Westbroek, Province of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1610 Westbroek, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1669 New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Spouse: Belitje (Arabe la) Hendrickse Married 1635
Source of Information: Bruce Holland
Immigrant's Children:
Hendrikje bp. 7 Jul 1641 d.Bef. 1664
Arie(Adrian)Cornelissen bp. 9 Jul. 1642 d.ca. 1699
Hendrik Cornelissen bp. 1 Sep. 1646 d. ?
Lysbeth bp. 10 Oct. 1651

Notes: The father of Cornelis was Adriaen(Aert) Van Schaick Born about 1580 in Holland --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Sep 1 15:28:28 1997
Name: David Cronk
E- mail: david@kwic.com
Address: Box 71 Vittoria, Ontario N0E 1W0
Surname of Immigrant: Syboutsen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harck
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1643

Origin of Immigrant: Langendyke,District of Zevenwolde,Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 Langendyke,Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Lng Island?,New York 1681-1684
Immigrant's Spouse: Weyntie Theunis Quick
Source of Information: Cronk Genealogy by Edward Cronk-references quoted New York Historical Manuscripts, Dutch ,1630 - 64,refers to Reformed Dutch Church records of New York City,published by New York Genealogical and Biographical society
Immigrant's Children:
Teunis bp July 4 1655 at N.A. (59 N.Y,D.C. Rec.) married there Sept 1679 Sophia Hendrickse Wiltsie,daughter of Hendrick Marense of Copenhagen,a soldier. At this time resided at Arms Bowery Newton and she was of Kingston,N.Y. being bp there Dec 11,1660. This is the first baptism recorded at Kingston Dutch Church page 1. He later settled at Cortland Manor Westchester Co. Issue. Notes: Teunis and Sophia Wiltsie had a child Herck Cronkheit who married Helena Van Wert and had 11 children. Their sixth child Hendrick Cronkheit married Mary Delange and they had 10 children. Their second child Tunis married Mary Cope of New York (city area) immigrated to Canada about 1790 to Niagara on the lake and then to Copetown later St. Williams Ont. in 1793. I they had William Cronk,1780- Married Miriam Cronkheit. Who had 10 children. I'm a direct descendant of William. Any persons interested contacting me to exchange information please email. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Sep 1 18:04:37 1997
Name: Donald C. La Berteaux
E- mail: donclab@juno.com
Address: 5008 Brandlwood Court Lilburn, Georgia 30047
Surname of Immigrant: LeBoyteux
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Gabriel
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: Before 1688

Origin of Immigrant: La Rochelle, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1652, La Rochelle, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1728,Raritan, Landing, NJ 1728
Immigrant's Spouse: Marquise Fleurian (1st) Agnes Le Brun (2nd)
Source of Information: Research over the past 10 months.
Immigrant's Children:
Marie B. 4/28/1690 D.?
Elizabeth B> 9/1691 D.?
Marquise B. 2/16/1693 D. 1712-1713
Susanne B. 8/25/1696 D.?
Jeanne B. 4/1698 D.?
Paul B.11/19/1699 D. ?
Gabriel Jr. B. 1702 D. ?
Peter B. 1703 D.?
Jantien B. 1704 D. ?
Benjamin B. 1709 D. ?
Catherine B. 1712 D. ? Notes: Lived in New York City until about 1702 then moved to New Jersey. Owned land in New Rochelle, N.Y., and was active in the French Church in New York CityUR --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Sep 3 02:46:43 1997
Name: Ray Vetetoe
E- mail: ray.vetetoe@nashville.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Vidito
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Condom, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630 Condom, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: oct. 12, 1670 around New York City
Immigrant's Spouse: Jannetizo Jaspers
Source of Information: Familey History
Immigrant's Children: Anna Marie

  • Jasper
  • Francois
  • Jannetie
  • Pieter
  • Hester
  • Thone
  • John
Notes: Any information that is avalible would be of great help in searching the family lineage back. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Sep 3 22:44:30 1997
Name: Todd Bontecou
E- mail: mandw@blissnet.com
Address: P.O. Box 2448 Jackson, WY 83001
Surname of Immigrant: Bontecou
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pierre Bontecou
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1689

Origin of Immigrant: La Rochelle, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1640
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: before 1724, New York City, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Marguerite Collinot
Source of Information: The Ancestry of Daniel Bontecou compiled by John E. Morris, 1887
Immigrant's Children: Marguerite Bontecou; b-before 1684, d?, married Stephen Perdriau 16 July,1699
Peter Bontecou; b-before 1680, d-after 1702
Sara Bontecou; b-before 1684, d-May, 1757; married Alexander Resseguie 19 Oct, 1709
Daniel Bontecou; b-1681,d-Nove, 1773, married Marianne Machet about 1712
Susanne Bontecou; b-before 1684; d-after Sept, 1724
Marie Bontecou; b- 21 July, 1690; d-?
Rachael Bontecou; b - 21 July, 1690; d-?
Timothy Bontecou; b - 17 June, 1693; d - 14 Feb, 1784; married Mary "Mary" who died 1735; married Mary Goodrich 29 Sept, 1736

Notes: aliases: Bontekoe (original Dutch), Bondecoux, Bonticow, Bontecoe, Bonticout, Bontecoux, Bontecour. Were fugitives from Isle of Re in France. Prior to that resided in La Rochelle, France. They came to New York when Jacob Leisler had the government. Pierre and his wife's remains were buried in the chruchyard of the old Huguenot Church in Pine Street - L'Eglise du Saint Esprit which were later removed to St. Marks chruchyard, Stuyvesant Place and Second Ave. Daniel Bontecou informed M. du Simitiere in 1770 that he was born at La Rochelle from the descendant of the famous Dutch navigator Bontecoe. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Sep 4 05:34:05 1997
Name: Nancy Pigott Loughlin
E- mail: loughlin@mediaone.net
Address: 6123 Post Oak Rd. W.
Surname of Immigrant: Wyckoff
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter Claesen
Name of Ship: Rensselaerswyck
Arrival Date: 1637

Origin of Immigrant: Boda, Island of Oland, Sweden
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 6 Jan 1624/25, Boda, Island of Oland, Sweden
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 30 Jun 1694,Amersfoort, Long Island, N.Y.
Immigrant's Spouse: Margrietje Cornelis Van Ness
Source of Information: 17th Century Immigrants to N.Y. Registry; Family Pedigree Charts
Immigrant's Children: !. Willemptje Wyckoff 2. Nicholas ( or Clas Pieterse) Wyckoff b. 1646 d. 1704 3. Margrietje Wyckoff b.1648 4. Annetje Wyckoff b. bef. 27 Nov. 1650 5. Mayken Wyckoff b.bef. 19 Oct. 1653 6. Cornelius Wyckoff b. Abt. 1656 7. Hendrick Wyckoff b. Abt. 1658 8. Geertje Wyckoff b. Abt. 1660 9. Garret Wyckoff b. 1662 10. Marten Wyckoff b. 1663 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Sep 5 13:01:46 1997
Name: WELTY
E-mail: HWelty@compuserve.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: SCHENK
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Johannes
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1683

Origin of Immigrant: Gelderland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 19 Sep 1656
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Bushwick, LI 5 Feb 1748
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalena de Maes
Source of Information: Book by Julius LLOYD, Dixon Ill, 1880
Immigrant's Children: Johannes Schenk b. 4/30/1691 LI, d. 4/1/1729 Margareta S. b.6/12/1687 d. 1721 Abraham S. b. 1/31/1697 m. Sarah Bogart --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Sep 7 10:44:14 1997
Name: Schermerhorn, Bill
E- mail: Bill12242@AOL.com
Address: 24 Glenwood Court Ballston Lake, NY 12019
Surname of Immigrant: Schermerhorn
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacob Janse
Name of Ship: Rensselearswyck
Arrival Date: 8 Oct 1636

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1622--- Schermerhorn, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1689--Schenectady,NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Jannetie Egmont
Source of Information: Schermerhorn Genealogy (1914), Pearson's Albany Settlers, ETC.
Immigrant's Children: Ryer-b. 1652,(Ariaantje | Jannetie b. 1672 Simon--b.1658 (Willempie Viele) m.Casper Springsteen Helena-b.1660 ( Myndert Van der Bogart) | Neeltje b. 1674 Jacob-b. 1661 (Gerritie Van Buren) m.Barent Ten Eyck Machtelt-b. 1663 (Johannes Beekman) | Lucas-b. 1676 Cornelius-b1668 (Maritie Van Buren) m.Eliz. Damen

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Date: Mon Sep 8 04:22:18 1997
Name: Roedy van der Heul
E- mail: R.Heul@elsevier.nl
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: De Mill (De Mis ????)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anthony
Name of Ship: De Gevulde Bever (Gilded Bever)
Arrival Date: ?? May 1658

Origin of Immigrant: Haarlem, The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1625 Haarlem, The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1689 Nyc, Ny,Ny
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth van der Liphorst
Source of Information: Family Tree Maker's Genealogy
Immigrant's Children: Isaac de Mill, married Sarah van Syssen Dec 17, 1684 in Nyc,Ny,NY Maria de Mill, born July 11,1655 in Amsterdam,Holland;married Bouwen Loen November 4,1674. Annne de Mill, born August 2, 1657 in Amsterdam,Holland; married Hendrick Vanderburg November 17, 1677. Pieter de Mill, born October 12, 1661 in New Amsterdam,N.Y. married Marie van der Heul November 19, 1687. Sarah de Mill, born December 30, 1663 in New Amsterdam, N.Y.,N.Y.; married Isaac Kip October 20, 1686 Anthony de Mill, born January 14, 1665/66 in Nyc,N.Y.,N.Y. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Sep 8 08:44:03 1997
Name: Betty-Lu Burton
E- mail: bigburma@juno.com
Address: 614 Hicks St Lonoke,AR 72086
Surname of Immigrant: Huyck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: The Sea Gull ?
Arrival Date: 1625

Origin of Immigrant: Nymegen,Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1590 Wesel,Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: bef 1657 New Netherlands
Immigrant's Spouse: Lizabeth Peters
Source of Information: A collection of Historical and family records
Immigrant's Children: Andries Hanse Huyck born abt 1647 New Netherlands:will proved 1705,Albany:Spouse Catrijn Lambertse VAN VALKENBURG Notes: Other possible spelling of last name:Huygen, Huygens, Huick Father's name:Henrick Huyck Jan was a comforter to the sick 1625-abt 1627, and a storekeeper --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Sep 8 21:43:33 1997
Name: Michael Cantine
E- mail: MCantine@aol.com
Address: 167 Summit Ave Montclair, NJ 07043
Surname of Immigrant: Cantine or Quantain
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Moyses Quantain
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1689

Origin of Immigrant: Royan, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: c 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1744 Marbletown, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: 2nd Elizabeth Deyo
Source of Information: Decendants of Moses Cantine by Alice Cantine Huntington
Immigrant's Children: Peter Cantine b 1693

Notes: Lived in Ulster County, NY. Towns included: New Paltz, Kingston and Marbletownn NY. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Sep 13 12:06:35 1997
Name: Ken Corson
E- mail: corsonjk@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Jansen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Carsten
Name of Ship: DeBever (1656)
Arrival Date: 20 Dec 1656

Origin of Immigrant: unknown
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Early 1600's
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Barbara ?
Source of Information: Filby's Ships Passenger Lists
Immigrant's Children: Wife Barbara ? Two sons
John &
Peter

Notes: Carsten Jansen lived in Gravesend and for a time in Flatbush on Long Island, (what is now New York) Carsten's name had various spellings-both Carsten & Jansen. After the British took over the sons names evolved to John and Peter Corson. Both boys moved to Southern Jersey 1693-4. The name appears in Gravesend Town Records and Flatbush Town Records from 1657 into the 1700's. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Sep 22 22:54:32 1997
Name: David Alquest
E- mail: DAAlquest@aol.com
Address: 8172 River Drive Houston, Texas 77017
Surname of Immigrant: Van Sycklen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Ferdenandus
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Zeeland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1635 in Zeeland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1712 in Long Island, Kings Co., NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Eva Antonis Jansen Van Salee
Source of Information: (Books CD Rom) Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island - Famous Families of New York - A Sweet and Alien Land, New York - New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch - World Family Tree Maker
Immigrant's Children:
Cornelia Van Sycklin, born about 1678, Spouse Jan Cornelius Banta
Jannetie Van Sycklin, born about 1672, Spouse Adrian (Lane) Laen
Margrieje Van Sycklin, born about 1663, Spouse Jan Albertse Terhune
Reinier Van Sycklin, born about 1661, died before 1707, Spouse Jannetje Vanhooren
Ferdinandes Jun Van Sycklin, born 1663, Spouse Mary Lane
Eva Van Sycklin, born about 1670, Spouse John Berdan
Johannes Van Sycklin, born 1673, Spouse Jannetje
Susanna Van Sycklin, born before 1681, Spouse Jan C. Banta

Notes: The Van Sycklin patronymic varies considerably - Van Siclen, Van Sicklen, Van Sycklen, Van Sickler, Van Sickle, Van Sickel, Van Syckle, etc. The American line of the ancient Dutch family with Norman and Belgian roots generated from Ferdenandus or Ferdinando who came to New Amsterdam at the age of 17 in 1652. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Sep 25 11:52:10 1997
Name: Chris Cronin
E- mail: Fabrisia@juno.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Haring/Harring
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Pieterson Haring
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: between 1633 - 1662

Origin of Immigrant: Hoorn, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 12/16/1633 Hoorn, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 12/7/1683 Long Island, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Margrietie Cozyns
Source of Information: The Rise of the Dutch Republic; Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography by Franklin Burdge; Pictures from Holland
Immigrant's Children:
Peter Janzsen born 8/13/1664, died after 1726, married Margaret Jans Bogart 12/4/1687 Harlem, NY
Vrouetye born 5/3/1667, died after 1705, married Teunis Quick
Cozyn born 3/3/1669, died 1743, married Maria Blauvelt before 1694
Cornelis born 3/4/1672, died after 1737, married Catherine Flierbloom 1694
Brechie born 7/4/1675, died 1708, married Teunis Douwe Talema
Mary born 9/27/1679, married Jacob Flierbloom 1695
Abraham born 11/24/1681, died 3/18/1772, married Derichea Talema 6/25/1707 Notes: Jan Pieterson Haring was one of three sons of Pieter Haring. Jan Pieterson was the owner of the Haring Farm on Manhatten Island, NY which consisted of 100 acres. Peter Janszen, son of Jan Pietersen, changed the spelling of the last name to Harring; he owned a portion of the Haring Farm; was a County Judge and represented Orange County. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Sep 25 12:54:19 1997
Name: Rena Forinash
E- mail: forinash@scvnet.com
Address: Rena Forinash 26611 Balerna Dr. Saugus, CA 91350-2305
Surname of Immigrant: SY, SIE, SEE
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Isaac
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 22 Oct 1674

Origin of Immigrant: France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1634
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: bef 1698
Immigrant's Spouse: Esther SY (a cousin)
Source of Information: NYB&G, 1979, Vol 110:2:100
Immigrant's Children:
Peter SIE: b 1668, Mannheim, Karlsruhe Baden, Germany
Jacobus SIE: B:16 Oct 1670, Mannheim, Karlsruhe Baden, Germany c: 23 Oct 1670, " d:aft 1735 buried: Old Dutch Church, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Westchester, NY M: Catharina STORM Mar 1699 in the Dutch Church, Philipsburgh, Westchester, NY
Susanna SIE: b: 29 Apr 1672, Mannheim, Karlsruhe Baden, Germany c: 1 May 1672, " d: died young
Esther SIE: b: 23 Apr 1673, Mannheim, Karlsruhe Baden, Germany c: 27 Apr 1673, " m: David STORM Mar 1694 Philipsburgh, Westchester, NY
Simon SIE: b: 1679, Staten Island, NY c: 18 May 1679, Flatbush, Brooklyn, Kings, NY d: died young
Isaac SIE: b: 1681, Staten Island, NY m: Antje CRANCKHEIT/LENT, Phillips Manor, Westchester, NY

Notes: The SY, SIE, SEE Family stayed in Westchester County, NY mostly although there was a branch that went to NJ and DE. Several of the men served in the Rev. War and many are buried in the Old Dutch Burying Ground at Sleepy Hollow Cemtery in Tarrytown. I have a lot of info on these people and am willing to share. Interested in trying to get farther back in the French/ German records. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Sep 25 15:55:24 1997
Name: Paul Lane
E- mail: lane 1 @ MARSHALL, EDU
Address: Paul Lane 5220 Irwin Rd. Huntington, WV 25705
Surname of Immigrant: le Maitre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claude
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Artois, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 Artois, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1682, New Harlem, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Hester du Bois
Source of Information: Aunt Ruby de la Matre from research in 1920s
Immigrant's Children: Isaac de la Matre

Notes: Used name Claude de la Matre in America Lived in New Harlem, NY, FlatBush, NY and apparently Long Island I would like information of his life in France and in NY. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Sep 25 20:55:40 1997
Name: David Alquest
E- mail: DAAlquest@aol.com
Address: 8172 River Drive Houston, Texas 77017
Surname of Immigrant: Van Salee
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Antony Jansen "The Turk"
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1630

Origin of Immigrant: Salee or Fez, Morocco
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1607 Morocco
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1676 Long Island, Kings County, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Grietje Reyniers
Source of Information: Books and CD Rom - Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, Bergin - Famous Families of New York, Hamm - O'Callaghan's History Vol 1 - A Sweet and Alien Land New York, Van Der Zee - New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Van Laer - Van Sicklen World Family Tree Maker, Broderbund
Immigrant's Children:
Eva Antonis Jansen Van Salee born 1641, Spouse Ferdinando Van Sycklen 1635-1712
Annica Jansen Van Salee, Spouse Thomas Southard
Cornelia Jansen Van Salee born about 1638 died before 1666, Spouse Willem Jansen Van Borcklo 1617- 1647
Sara Jansen Van Salee, Spouse John Emans

Notes: Antony Jansen Van Salee was the son of a Dutch buccaneer, Jan Jansen (born in Amsterdam in the late 1500's) and a Moroccan mother. Antony was born in the port of Fez but lived in Sale before he immigrated to New Amsterdam in 1630. This tall, dark, and muscular rogue, who was wild and forceful, was known as "The Turk" or as the "Troublesome Turk" in some historical documents. He married Grietje Reiners (Reyniers) a bar maid from Amsterdam who arrived in New Amsterdam in 1633 on the 'Southberg'. History paints them as an extremely colorful couple with questionable reputations. They were involved in many petty slander suits. However, their four daughters were quite respectable and married into prominent families. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Sep 26 08:48:28 1997
Name: Teresa Burrowes Bloomingdale
E-mail: humor@ix.netcom.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Burrowes
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 24 Oct. 1635

Origin of Immigrant: Barnstable, D. England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1611 or 1612, Barnstable, D. England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Aug. 1678, Newtown, Q. New York, USA
Immigrant's Spouse: Joanna Jessup
Source of Information: Broderbund Software; Family Tree Maker, Immigrants to the New World 1600--1800
Immigrant's Children: (Spouse: Joanna Jessup)Edward Burrowes: b. 1655, Newtown, Q. New York; d. 1705/06, Jamaica, LI, NY.

Notes: Married: 1650, Weatherfield, H. Conn. Patriarch of prominent family, many descendants fought in the Revolutionary War. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Sep 26 13:13:37 1997
Name: Paul Lane
E- mail: lane1@marshall.edu
Address: 5220 Irwin Road Huntington, WV 25705
Surname of Immigrant: de la Matre or le Maitre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claude
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Artois, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 Artois, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1682 New Harlem, NY USA
Immigrant's Spouse: Hester du Bois
Source of Information: Aunt Ruby de la Matre from research 8n 1920s
Immigrant's Children: Isaac de la Matre

Notes: Used name Claude de la Matre in America. Lived in New Harlem, NY, and apparently Long Island. I would like information of his life in France and in NY. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Sep 30 08:00:09 1997
Name: David G. Wilson
E- mail: dwilson@atl.mindspring.com
Address: 6575 Amberglades Lane Atlanta, GA 30328-2801
Surname of Immigrant: Van Meteren
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jans
Name of Ship: Fox
Arrival Date:

Origin of Immigrant: London, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Before 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1706, West Jersey, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Sara DuBois
Source of Information: Family tradition
Immigrant's Children:
Jans Joosten Van Meter b. 14 Oct 1683, Kinston NY --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Oct 1 23:14:21 1997
Name: Vernon Mehner Ninneman
E- mail: ninneman@gte.net
Address: 1741 Armour Ln. Redondo Beach, Ca. 90278-4708
Surname of Immigrant: Wyckoff
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter Claesen
Name of Ship: Rensselaerswick
Arrival Date: 06 April 1637

Origin of Immigrant: Monnickendaw, North Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 06 June 1625 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 30 June 1694 - Amersfoort, L.I. NY.
Immigrant's Spouse: Gristje van Ness
Source of Information: Book, The Wyckoff family in America. Page 168 list my Grandfather
Immigrant's Children: Willemptje Wyckoff.
Nicholas Wyckoff b 1646
Margrietje Wyckoff b Abt 1648
Annetje Wyckoff b Bef 27 Nov 1650
-Mayken Wyckoff b Bef 19 Oct 1653.
Cornelius Wyckoff b Abt 1656.
Hendrick Wyckoff b Abt 1658.
Geertje Wyckoff b Abt 1660.
Garret Wyckoff b Abt1662.
-Marten Wyckoff b Abt 1663.
Jan Wyckoff b 16 Feb 1664/65.

Notes: George Mehner was born Ohio twsp, Herkimer Co. NY. I have his marriage Certificate. He died in Aberdeen SD. I have his and his wifes (death Certificates). He was married to Lydia E. Carpenter. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Oct 3 12:50:03 1997
Name: Agnes Chambers
E- mail: jchambers@nwohio.com
Address: 1950 Tiffin Road Fremont, OH 43420
Surname of Immigrant: Reyersz
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Adriaen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1646

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1646
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 24 Nov 1710
Immigrant's Spouse: Anntje Martense Schenck
Source of Information: Ryerson Genealogy & Early Settlers of Kings County
Immigrant's Children:
Jannetje Adrianse b 25Jul1660 m. 1683 Jacobus Hegeman
Elbert Adrianse b 14 Aug 1663 m 18 Apr 1689 Catalyntje Remson Vanderbeeck
Marten Adrianse b 9 Mar 1668 m Sarah Remson
Nargaret (orGrietje) Adrianse b Mar 1670
Sarah b 9 Jun 1672 d.y.
Reyer Adrianse b 28 May 1673 d.y.
Neeltje Adrianse b 7 Dec 1675 m William Hoogland
Reyer Adrianse b 31 Mar 1678 d.y.
Abraham Adria;nse bp 21 Nov 1680
Sarah Adrianse bjp21 Nov 1680 (twin with Abraham) m Hendrick :Hoogland
Reyer Adrianse b 6 May 1683
Gosen Adrianse bp 29 Apr 1685/86 m. Femmetje Vanderbilt

Notes: Elbert Adrianse, son of Adriaen Reyersz, adopted surname Adriaence (since Adriance). His brother Martin's descendants are Ryerson and Ryerse. Adriaen's son Martin is ancestor of Martense families.
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Date: Sun Oct 5 13:55:21 1997
Name: Ginny Notaro
E- mail: rvnotaro@worldnet.att.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Viele
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aernout
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Bap. 27 May 1640

Origin of Immigrant: New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: May 1640 New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: circa 1704 N.Y
Immigrant's Spouse: Gerritje Gerritse Vermeulen
Source of Information: The Family of Viele- Kathlyne Knickerbacker Viele, Dictionary of American Biography vol. x pg 267, baptismal records
Immigrant's Children:
Maria Aroutse b.? (1) Mathys Vrooman, 1683 (2) Douve Aukes DeFresse 1685 d. Feb. 9, 1690
Willemtje b.? (1) Symon Schermerhorn before 1684 (2)Levinus Winne June 20, 1699 (3) Johannes Van Hoesen, June 19, 1709
Cornelis Arentsen. b.? (1) Maria Adolffs(DeGroot) Sept. 28,1688 (2) Catharina Bogardus April 23, 1693 d. 1709 or before.
Jacomyntje b? m. Abraham Abrahamsen N.Y.C 1692 died 1754
Gerret b. ? m. Janneken Hendrix Van Feurden 1693 d. 1730
Aernout b.? m. Elizabeth Hendrix Van Feurden before 1704 d. before Dec, 30, 1705
Philip, b. June 17, 1679 m. Antje Pieterse Louw, April 20, 1701 at Kingston N.Y. Will proved 1761
Susannna b.? m. Johannes Hieronymus Wendel, June 6, 1708 in Albany My direct ancestor is Philip.

Notes: Too much info. to include. Will accept queries. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Oct 6 12:08:23 1997
Name: Mary Belvill Coen
E- mail: mecoen@ria.net
Address: 109 Willow Valley Lamar CO 81052
Surname of Immigrant: Belleville
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jean
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1660-70

Origin of Immigrant: St. Martin, Island of Re, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1650 St Martin, Ille de Re, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1710-20 Midwout, Staten Is, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Hester Casier
Source of Information: Jean Belleville the Huguenot His Descendants by Paul B. Taylor
Immigrant's Children: Hester Casier, Sluis Flanders m. 4 Mar 1677
Jean Jr 3 Nov 1677 d. ? N Y
Phillip 25 May 1679 d 1736 Delaware
Mary 1686 NY - ? Notes: Last name with various spellings - Belvill, to Belleville and first name Jean, Johannes, and John. Appears they sailed from Holland, or Germany. Family history is very good in this country as referenced in the book by Paul Belville Taylor, 1973, and substantial information in Europe. However, the name of the Sailing vessel, escapes us, or the particular years. first record in this country is 04 Nov 1670. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Oct 8 15:47:47 1997
Name: Al. Jamieson
E- mail: jamieson@voyageur.ca
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Texel
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelius Jensen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1624

Origin of Immigrant: Isle of Texel Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1600 Isle of Texel
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: date? probably Long Is. N.Y.
Immigrant's Spouse: Cantoneras,daughter of Wyandance,Sachem of Long Is.
Source of Information: Van Tassel & Allied Lines 1574-1974 by Mary M. [Van Tassel] Pazurik
Immigrant's Children: Jan Cornelius, born 1625, died 1704. Married Annetje Alberts, daughter of Albert [and Grietja Stevenkonin] Alberts. Jan baptized June 3 1640. Members of Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow when organized about 1697 [at one time a Deacon and at another Elder of the Church.

Notes: Jan Cornelius lived at Midwond [Flatbush], Long Island. It was there that he married and his 8 known children were born; Catrina ab. 1664, Cornelius ab. 1667, Sara ab. 1670, Grietje ab. 1672, Jacob bapt. 7/23/1676, Jan bapt. 5/1/1678, Willem bapt. 10/6/1678, & Annetje bapt. 10/9/1673. Of interest; - the owner of the general store and his daughter [Ichabod Crane's girlfriend] in Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow were Van Texels [Van Tassels]. -there were 58 Van Tassel tombstones in the Sleepy Hollow Churchyard in 1895. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Oct 8 21:04:27 1997
Name: Molly Van Meter
E- mail: tahlulah@charm.net
Address: 630 Jasper Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Surname of Immigrant: Van Meteren
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Joosten
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1653

Origin of Immigrant: Guelderland, Netherlands, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630 Guelderland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 13 June 1706 Burlington Co., NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Macyke Hendricksen
Source of Information: Dale R. Lutz
Immigrant's Children:
Joost Jan(sen) Van Meteren, born 1652, died 13 January 1706, Married Sarah Du Bois

Notes: He lived for a time (c.1653) in Wyltwick, Ulster, NY. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Oct 13 19:22:59 1997
Name: Daphne N. Richey
E- mail: drichey@compusmart.ab.ca
Address: Box 12, Site 270, R.R.#2 Stony Plain, AB, Canada T7Z 1X2
Surname of Immigrant: Du Trieux (Truax)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Philip
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1624

Origin of Immigrant: a Walloon born in Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1585
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Albany, (?)
Immigrant's Spouse: 1st - Jacqueline NOIRET; 2nd - Susanna Du SCHEENE
Source of Information: Cousin Hazel Clark/she got it from Schenectady Co. Historical Soc./a book about NY - Hudson and Mohawk Valleys
Immigrant's Children:
Philip b. 1619
Madeline b. 1620
Rebecca b. ? mar. Simon Simonse Groot
Sarah b.1622 in Holland m. Isaac De Forest 01 Mar 1641 NY
Susanna bc 1624 in Holland m. Evert Janse Wendel 31 Jul 1644 Albany
Rachel bc 1636 at NY m.(1)Hendrich VanBommel (2)Dirk Janse De Groot
Isaac bp 21 Apr 1642 at NY m. Maria Brouwer (Schenectady?)
Jacob bp 07 Dec 1645 at NY m. Lysbeth Post (NY?)
Abraham bp 31 Jul 1644 Notes: Philip married Jacqueline NOIRET 11 Apr 1615 at Holland He married Susanna De Scheene 07 Jul 1621 at (?)eyden, Holland Philip had at least the first five children by his first wife - Jaqueline NOIRET. It looks like those children emigrated to the US with their father and his second wife. Rachel was first child of Susanna and Philip. Philip's name changes from: Philippe Du TRIEUX to Philip Du TRIOUX to Philip TRUAX They seem to have lived mostly in Schenectady and Albany and New York --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Oct 21 21:33:39 1997
Name: Leesa McKeon
E- mail: vcsmith@dnet.net
Address: P. O. Box 310 Cashiers, North Carolina 28717
Surname of Immigrant: Morrell
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: BTW. 1660 and 1704

Origin of Immigrant: Mespat Kills, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1704, Newtown, Long Island, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Hannah Ann Gleane
Source of Information: Carter County & Sullivan County, TN. Genealogy History Books
Immigrant's Children: b: abt. 1662 b: 1688 in Long Isl. NY. d: 1732 in Hopewell, NJ --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Oct 22 23:09:23 1997
Name: John Rosenkrans
E- mail: rosenkra@phnx.uswest.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: HENDRICKSEN (ROSENKRANS)(ROSENKRANZ)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harmon Herman Hendrick
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1657

Origin of Immigrant: Bergen or Bergesell, Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 29 Nov 1630 or 1634 Bergen, Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1697 Rochester, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalene Diricksen Volckersen
Source of Information: Norwegian Immagrants in New York 1630-1674 and "The Rosenkrans Family in Europe and America" by Allen Rosenkrans, 1900 AD
Immigrant's Children:
Alexander Rosenkrans b.4-12-1661 Kingston,NY d.6-1746 m. Marreetjen DePue(DePuy)Rochester, NY
Annatje Rosenkrans bap.8-27-1662 Kingston,NY d.young
Rachel Rosenkrans bap.8-21-1663Kingston,NY d.bef.1720 m.Gysbert VanGarden Rochester,NY
Harmanus(Harmen)Rosenkrans bap.5-2-1666 Kingston,NY d.? m.?
Anna Rosenkrans b.abt.1668 d.? m.Humphrey Davenport Rochester, NY
Hendrick Rosenkrans b.abt.1670 d.? m.Annetje Vredenburg 2m.Antje Dulliva
Christina Rosenkrans b.abt.1671 d.? m.Cornelius Hendricksen Kertregt(Courtright)
Dirk Rosenkrans b.? d.? m.Wintje Kierstede
Sarah Rosenkrans b.? d.? m.?

Notes: Harmon Hendrick Rosenkrans b.11-29-1630 or 1634 settled in Ulster Co., NY and family moved around to Rochester and Kingston, NY and later Alexander Rosenkrans settled in 1745 in Walpack, NJ --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Oct 25 14:59:44 1997
Name: James Hamilton Whitelaw
E- mail: whitelaw@his.com
Address: 4536 Reno Rd. NW Washington, DC 20008
Surname of Immigrant: Van Wyck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelius Barentse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1667

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: early 1600's
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Anna Polhemus
Source of Information: The Van Wyck Family, Desendants of Cornelius Barentse Van Wyck and Anna Polhemus by Anna Van Wyck, 1912
Immigrant's Children:
Theodorus, b. Sept. 17, 1668; d. Dec. 4, 1753, m. April 29, 1693, Margaretia Brinkerhoff,
Marritje, m. July 26, 1690, Martin Hendrickse Wiltse.
Johannes, bap. Jan. 17, 1677; d. 1734; m. Phebe Kortright.
Aeltjie, Bap. Oct. 5, 1679
Anna, bap. Jan. 16, 1685
Elizabeth, bap. Jan. 16, 1685, m. Oct. 15, 1706, adrian Hegeman.
Adriantje, bap. Sept. 9, 1688, d. before 1714; m. May 12, 1712, Joseph Hegeman Jr.

Notes: Cornelius Barentse Van Wyck, from whom most of the van Wycks in America descend, was born in Holland, and emigrated to this country, A.D. 1660. He settled at Midwout, now Flatbush, on the west end of Long Island, and was one of the patentees of that tract of land. His name appears on the tax list as early as 1604 when he bought 100 acres of land on the east side of land owned by Johannes Christofel. The farm of 100 acres has been located as being about 1000 feet south of the old Dutch church and running to the old Coney Island Road, Ave. A, now called Albemarle Road, runs through the center of it.
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Date: Mon Oct 27 21:03:51 1997
Name: David L. Bush
E- mail: bush@uit.net
Address: 406 N.E. Keystone Drive Lee's Summit, Missouri 64086
Surname of Immigrant: van den Bosch
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Wouters
Name of Ship: De Trouw
Arrival Date: 12 Feb 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1638 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death:
Immigrant's Spouse: Arents Arentje
Source of Information: Family History Book (Book of Learn)
Immigrant's Children: Children by 1 st wife (Arentje Arents) Sophie b 1654 Holland m Gisbrecht Jans van Dyk Lambert Jansen b 17 Nov 1660 NY m Titje/Feytje Barents Hendrick Jansen b30 Mar 1663 d 1715/18 m1 Marie DuBois m2 Ariantje Keyser --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Oct 28 11:10:26 1997
Name: Billie Jo Richter
E- mail: b.j.rich@juno.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: SAYRE
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Name of Ship: John and Mary
Arrival Date: before 1639

Origin of Immigrant: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordhshire, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1597 England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1671 Southampton, Suffolk Co. NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Margaret ALDRICH
Source of Information: The SAYRE FAMILY HISTORY by Theodore Banta
Immigrant's Children:
Damaris Sayre,b.ca 1625 d.1691 spouse: David Atwater
Francis Sayre,b. 1628 d.? spouse: Sarah Wheeler
Daniel Sayre b. 1633 d.1707 spouses:Hannah Foster, Sarah?
Joseph Sayre b. 1635 d.1694 spouse: Martha ?
Job Sayre b. 1637 d.1694 spouses: Sarah ?, Hannah Raynor Howell
Mary Sayre b.ca 1640 d.ca1670 spouse: Benjamin Price
Hannah Sayre b. 1654 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Oct 29 06:12:33 1997
Name: Diana E. Barrett
E- mail: Diana_Barrett@Amway.com
Address: 33 College Ave. SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Surname of Immigrant: DeMotte
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Michael
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1666

Origin of Immigrant: Probably France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Annetje Westbroeck
Source of Information: Early Kingston, NY church records: Versteeg's translation of the Kingston Papers, Vol. I & II
Immigrant's Children:
Maria b. 10/22/1678 sp. Hendrick Adrianense Aten
Matthias b. about 1680 sp. Margaret Brinckerhoff
Johannes bp. 10/8/1682 sp. Marietje Aten
Dirck bp. 9/21/1684 m. 1709 d. 7/14/1753 sp Christina Haff (Hof) b. 8/5/1683
Michael bp. 1/1/1687 sp. Dina Blauw Notes: The DeMotte name appears as Mot, Mott, DeMoedt, DeModt in early records. Michael's name is in a list of citizens who failed to appear to take the oath of English citizenship when it was administered en masse. The children of Michael DeMotte had their families in Jamaica, Queens, Long Island, NY and New Jersey.
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Date: Sun Nov 2 14:32:31 1997
Name: Loni Kantor
E- mail: lmkst40@pitt.edu
Address: Loni Kantor 1824 Shaw Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217
Surname of Immigrant: Bosch
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: Fox
Arrival Date: 1662

Origin of Immigrant: Holland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: The Netherlands, before 1662
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: New Amsterdam, before 1683
Immigrant's Spouse: Rachel Vermelje/Ternelje (?)
Source of Information: "Bush family history" - unpublished compilation by Bush relative in Central N.Y.
Immigrant's Children: spouse of Jan: Rachel Vermelje/Ternelje (?)
Johannes Ter Bosch, born October 1665, died after 1723

Notes: Johannes Ter Bosch moved from Harlem to Kingston on April 6, 1683, and married Elizabeth Hendrickson in Kingston. Johannes was a judge in the colonial legislature from 1716-1723. Johannes and Elizabeth had three children, Jan (1691), Aeltze (1692), and Jacobus (1700). Jacobus had a son named Thomas whose three grandchildren were captured by Indians. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Nov 4 10:10:21 1997
Name: Kristen Melodie Schoonover
E-mail: misskris@getnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Schoonhoven
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Guert Hendrickse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1671

Origin of Immigrant: Wiltsburg, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1634 Wiltsburg Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Maritie Cornelie
Source of Information: Made his will Aug 20, 1700, The Holland Society of New York, First Settlers of Albany lists Guert on page 133 as living in 1675 near Albany in Half Moon , and operating a farm on Cahoos Island in 1681
Immigrant's Children:
Jacobus VAN SCHOONHOVEN, b. 1671, Half Moon, NY, d. 12 Jan 1749 m. Susan Bradt (Brat, Bratt) --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Nov 4 10:21:58 1997
Name: Kristen Melodie Schoonover
E-mail: misskris@getnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Schoonhoven
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claes Hendrickse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Wilsburgh, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1629 Wilsburgh Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 15 March 1660/1661 Fort Orange , Albany County, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Cornelia "Neeltie" FREDRICKSE
Source of Information: Jason Schoonover's Schoonover Clearinghouse
Immigrant's Children:
Hendrick Claessen b.~5 May 1652, Fort Orange NY, d. 4 Dec. 1715 Kingstong, Ulster County, NY, Burial Dutch Reformed Church cenetary, Kingston, NY. m. (1) Debora Christoffels DAVIDS on 6 July 1679 (2) Cornelia SWARTWOUT 1688 Kinngston Church, NY
Margrietje Claes VAN SCHOONHOVEN b. 1654 Kingston, NY. m. Mattys Jr. BLANCHON/BLANJIN on 30 March 1679, Kingston, NY --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Nov 8 08:28:09 1997
Name: Robert Yorks
E- mail: bigblue60@usa.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Jurckxem or Jurcksen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Paulis
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1642

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: [1629] Texel, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: [1682] Albany, NY ??
Immigrant's Spouse: Styntie Janse
Source of Information: FHC Ancestral file; RDCNY baptismal files
Immigrant's Children:
Johannis,b1653 Esopus, Kingston, NY;d1701 Dobbs Ferry,NY, md(1):Jannetie Dareth,9July1681;md(2):Annetje Jochems van Wert,4June1693.
Mynno Jemima,b1655 Albany, NY, d:? md(1):William Hopper, 29Nov1679; md(2):Abraham Devoe, ?
Antje,b1657 Albany, NY, md:Matthys Adolphus Hopper 2May 1683 (Bergen Ref D Ch.)
Cornelius b1662 Albany, NY, md:Jannetie Andries [1681-1691]
Wyntie b1664 Albany, NY, md:Casparus Melcherts Springsteen 9Aug1693

Notes: The spelling of the Jurcksen name was eventually changed in English records, to Yorks/Yerks/Yerxa, all three lines of which exist today. The family settled primarily in the Tarrytown area, with many of them attending the Old Dutch Church at Sleepy Hollow and many buried in that cemetary. The RDCNY census of 1686 has Styntie,widow of Paulus Jurxen, living at the Deacons House for the Poor on Broad Street in NY City. There are several Court Records for Albany, Rensselaer- wyck and Schenectady for Paulis and Styntie in the 1660s and 1670s. Descendents of the Yerks line still reside in the Tarrytown/Ossining area of NY. The family with the Yerxa name were Loyalists who moved to Canada after the Rev War and then back into the US through Eastern Maine. Some of the Yorks line moved west across the Hudson to Haverstraw and later into Ulster County, then migrated, after the Civil War, to Ohio and Michigan. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Nov 13 18:52:38 1997
Name: Donna Decker
E- mail: ddecker@harborcom.net
Address: 4787 Turney Road Madison, OH 44057
Surname of Immigrant: Jansen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Roelof
Name of Ship: Eendracht
Arrival Date: before 1640

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: after 1600 & Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1634 & Manhatten Island
Immigrant's Spouse: Annetje Jans
Source of Information: Geneology passed on from my grandmother
Immigrant's Children:
Sara
Catrina Notes: Settled in Rensselaerwijck. Served under the Patroon Killiaen Van Rensselaer as a bouwmeester. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Nov 14 20:58:49 1997
Name: Glen A. Swartz
E- mail: GlSwartz@aol.com
Address: 5707 Woodlawn Green Cir, Apt D Alexandria VA 22309
Surname of Immigrant: Van der Linden
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Leysebeth
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1641

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, North Holland province, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 13 Dec 1629 bp Amsterdam, Ouder Kerk Chruch, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1699 aft, prob Schenectady NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Teunis Cornelisse Swart
Source of Information: (1) "The Swart Family." Dutch Settlers Society of Albany, Year Book 1963-1964, vol 39. p8 #1. Note: I believe Howard McConville was author. (2) Holland Society of NY. (3) PEARSON, Jonathan (1813-1887). "Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, 1630 to 1800." 1872; reprint. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976. 182p. (4) PEARSON, Jonathan. "Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady, 1662 to 1800." Albany, NY: J. Munsell, 1873; reprint. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1976. p179. (5) PNS2: PEARSON, Jonathan (1813-1887). "A History of the Schenectady Patent in the Dutch and English Times; Being Contributions Toward a History of the Lower Mohawk Valley." Ed J.W. MacMurray. Albany, NY: 1883. (6) REYNOLDS, Cuyler, ed. "Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs." vol III. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1911. p1117. (7) TEPPER, Michael. ed. "New World Immigrants: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists and Associated Data form Periodical Literature." vol I. Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1988.
Immigrant's Children: see Teunis Cornelisse Swart

Notes: Leysebeth Van der Linden. aka -- Leysebeth / Lysbeth / Elizabeth - Van der Linde / van der Linden / Lendt / DeLendt BAP: 13 December 1629, Ouder Kerk Dutch Reformed Church, Amsterdam, North Holland Province, Netherlands. Daughter of Esaias Woutsen Van der Linde (born 1592, died before 1641) and Maijke Damen Vissenburgh (born 1599). Not related to Van O’Linda. Step-Father: Jan Verbeek, born 1614. SIBLINGS3: (1) Maijke b 1624 Netherlands; (2) Ewout b 1627 Netherlands; (3) Arent b 1632 Netherlands. IMMIGRATION: 1641, 11 July, in a notarial paper, before Notary J. v. d. Ven at Amsterdam, Netherlands it was stated that Jan Verbeek from Breda, 27 years old, a tailor, and Mayken Dammes (Adams) Vissenburg, his wife, 42 years old, and her daughter by a previous marriage ("voordochter"), Lysbeth van der Linden, 11 years old, made a contract to go to the Colony of Rensselaerswyck [Tepper, p116]. MARR1: about 1650, probably at Beverwyck, New Netherlands to Teunis Cornelisse Swart. (see entry under Teunis Cornelisse Swart for children) WILL: 21 July 1677 (between Leysebeth and Teunis Cornelisse Swart) MARR2: about 1682 to Jacob Meese Vrooman at Schenectady, New York (no children by this marriage). 1682/3, Feb. 7, the lot of Teunis Cornelisse Swart is conveyed to Jacob Meese Vrooman, by the Magistrates of Schenectady. --------------------------------------------- Appeared before me, Robert Livingston, secretary of Albany, colony of Rensselaerswyck, etc.,. in presence of the Honorable Mr. Dirk Wessells and Mr. Johannes Provoost, magistrates of the same jurisdiction, Leysebeth De Lendt, widow of the late Cornelise Teunis Swart, who declared herself to be honestly and truly indebted and in arrears to the honorable diaconate of the Reformed Church here in this town in the sum of four hundred and fifty-four guilders, seawan for money loaned and to her content received, which sum of 454 guilder. seawan she promises to pay to the said diaconate at the first opportunity, whereto she specially binds her land lying at Shinnechady, being lot No. 10 between Symon d'Backer and Jan van Eps and generally her person and estate, real and personal, present and future, nothing excepted, submitting the same to the authority of all lords, courts, tribunals and judges. Done in Albany on the 3d of January 1680/1. [NYSL1, p99] LEYSEBETH DELENDT In my presence, ROBT LIVINGSTON, Secretary --------------------------------------------- The foregoing obligation is thankfully paid by Jacob Meuse Vromen in heavy pieces of 8, agio at 9 and a half percent, to our full satisfaction. Witness our hands, in Albany, this 2d of February 1682/3. [NYSL1, p99] Deacon, PIETER SCHUYLER Deacon, ALBERT RYCKMAN --------------------------------------------- 1685/6, Feb. 20, Schenectady Deeds, vol III, 310. Leysebeth conveyed eight acres from the extreme south end of allotment No. 10 to her son Esaias Swart [PNS2, p67.] MARR3: 14 October 1691 to Wouter Van der Uythoff (no children by this marriage). 1692, Apr. 25, Deeds, Vol IV, 35. Cornelis (Leysebeth's eldest son, living in Ulster Co) and Wouter Uythoff conveyed the remainder of the house lot and lot No. 10 to Claas Lawrence Van Purmerant (also called Van der Volgen), husband of Marytje Swart (Leysebeth's daughter) for 540 beavers. Recorded 7 January 1692/3 [PNS2, p67]. 1699, Jul. 25, Leysebeth van der Linde took charge of Jan Verbeeck's (Leysebeth's stepfather) estate. HELP: I am looking for a record of marriage, immigration/passenger list, death or burial. Any help would be appreciated.
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Date: Mon Nov 17 14:16:40 1997
Name: Robert B.Whitney
E- mail: aj646@lafn.org
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Jans
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anna or Anneke
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1631

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1605
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 16 Mar 1663
Immigrant's Spouse: Roelff Jans, Everardus Bogardus
Source of Information: Family records Immigrant's Children:
Sara 1626
Trijntje 1629
Sijtje 1631
Jan 1633
Annitjen 1636 Notes: According to George Olin Zabriskie,F.A.S.G. "Anneke Jans Bogardus is one of New York State's (literally New Netherland's) most famous citizens. Alleged to be grand daughter of William, Prince of Orange --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Nov 19 18:15:13 1997
Name: ROBERT DEMAREST
E- mail: JACKMINGO@AOL.COM
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: D'AMEREX (DEMAREST)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: DAVID
Name of Ship: SPOTTED COW
Arrival Date: 1663

Origin of Immigrant: BEAUCHAMPS FRANCE
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 BEAUCHAMPS FRANCE
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: MARIE SOHIER
Source of Information: HORMANN LIBRARY (SINY), HISTORICAL BOOKS OF STATEN ISLAND NY
Immigrant's Children: SAMUEL DESMAREST BORN 8/5/1656 SPOUSE: MARIA DERUINE

Notes: Settled on Staten Island New York, 1663. May have moved to Harlem New York in 1665. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Nov 20 12:53:03 1997
Name: Nancy Wilson
E- mail: brockden@bellatlantic.net
Surname of Immigrant: VanSchoenderwoert/Van Woert/VanOort
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Tunise Jacob
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: about 1640

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1635
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Albany area
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Genealogical record to join Holland Society of Chicago filled out by my gg uncle c1900. He also lists info copied from "First Settlers of Albany"
Immigrant's Children:
Jacob Van Woert M1- Catryn Claase, 2-Anna Loockerman, Wid of Adam Winne. D1730. Albany area.
Goosen Van Woert. M-Maria Peck - albany area
Eva. M-Esias Teunise Swart-Schenedtady. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Nov 22 09:14:27 1997
Name: Christina A Carllsen
E- mail: Carlsentr@AOL.Com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Kouwenhoven
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Wolfert Gerretsz
Name of Ship: in 1630 de Eendracht
Arrival Date: (i)1625--(2)1630

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1580
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Flatlands N.Y.C.
Immigrant's Spouse: Neeltje Janse
Source of Information: from record of the Vankouwen & Kinfolks by Lincoln C Cocheu
Immigrant's Children: 1--Gerret Wolphertse Van Kouwenhoven 2--Jacob Wolphertse Van Kouenhoven 3--Pieter Wolfertse Van Kouenhoven

Notes: Wolfert Gerretsze VanKouenhoven first came to New Amsterdam in 1625, one of five head men of the Dutch West India Co. He farmed Bouwrie #3 located on the east river in what is now N.Y.C He returned to the Netherlands in 1629 and on Jan 8,1630 signed a lease for Bouwrie #6 in Manhattan one of the original Dutch West India farms.* The land could not be purchased, only leased. Van Rensselaer owned Bouwrie #7. On Jan 18, 1630 , Wolfert contracted with Van Rensselaer to take a group of farmers to the new world where he would oversee all Rensselaer's holdings,establish a farm and build a house at Fort Orange .(now,Albany.) The party sailed from the Netherlands on the ship de Eendracht,which cleared the Texel on March 21,1630 and arrived at New Amsterdam on May 24 1630. By 1932 Wolfert Gerritsz wanted to be reeleased from his contract and he was., receiving a letter from Van Rensselaer addressed to"honerable discreet Wolfert Gerritsz:"I had hoped that you would have setteled in my colony, but as I am told, your wife was not much inclined thereto" (VRBM:218.) In 1636 Wolfert acquired property on Long Island by grant from Indians and at one point owned 3600 acres. He remained there the rest of his life and died between March 2, 1662 and June 24 1662.. There wasn't a letter "C" in the dutch alphabet but it wasn't long before the spelling of the name dropped the K and used C. There were many different spellings and one line changed to Coonover.Our line of Couenhovens remained mostly in N.Y.C.,Tarrytown. and some to Iowa and Minnesota. *Old Dutch Houses by Gertrude Barber VRBM-----Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts (1908) I am a direct decendent of Wolfert's second son Jacob --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Nov 25 19:59:27 1997
Name: Nancy L. Tweedie
E- mail: tjt5@calinet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van der Boagaert
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harmen Myndertse
Name of Ship: Endracht
Arrival Date: 24 May 1630

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1612, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1647
Immigrant's Spouse: Jellisje Claese Schouw (Swits)
Source of Information: Books - Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady and Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families
Immigrant's Children:
Francois Harmen Van der Bogaert, born 1640, married 1668 to Annetje Tjerkse Turek, died 9 Feb 1689/90
Myndert Harmen Van der Bogaert, born 1643, married 1679-1681 to Helena Schermerhorn, died 1710-1712
Lysbet Van der Bogaert, born 1645

Notes: Harmen Myndertse Van der Boagaert, came to New Netherland in 1631 as a surgeon on the ship Endracht and continued in the West India Company's service until 1633, after which he resided in New Amsterdam until appointed commissary to Fort Orange. In 1634 he went on an exploring party to the Seneca and Oneida Indians to establish trading with them. He was the first white man to leave a written record of his exploring trip through the Mohawk River valley region. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Nov 28 16:26:22 1997
Name: Don Watson
E- mail: dwat6911@nstar.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: LaRue
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Abraham (the Immigrant)
Name of Ship: de Trouw
Arrival Date: 1678

Origin of Immigrant: Mannheim in der Pfalz, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 01Mar1664 Mannheim, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 14Jun1712 Harbourton NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: 1. Magdeleine Gille 2. Alyte Cresson
Source of Information: "The Cross & The Dove" by Don H. Watson; Six Generations by Otis Mather; Garret Larew, Civil War Soldier, by Karl Larew.
Immigrant's Children: 1st marriage Peter b 17 Mar 1688 Staten Island NY d 1783 Frederick Co VA. 2nd marriage Abraham b 1693 Staten Island NY d 1749 m Harmekie ?; James b 1695 d 1771; Daniel b 1697 d 1795 m Ann Praul; David b 1700 d 1732; Isaac b 1710 d 1760.

Notes: Traveled with his Uncle Pierre LeRoux and Aunt Jannetje LeRoux and their children Jacques and Susanna. Pierre died on the voyage. Abraham the Immigrant's father, Abraham of Leiden, Netherlands, was married to Jeanne DuFour 06Dec1658 at Mannheim and died there in the plague of 1666. The immigrant's grandfather, Anthoine, from the sub-province of Lalloeu, France, was married to Jeanne Joquen aka Hoquet, Choquet, and Choquez, on 03Jun1636 in Leiden, Netherlands. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Nov 28 20:38:25 1997
Name: Timothy J. Kalman
E- mail: Cardikid@Juno.com
Address: 5720 Northwest 31st Street Oklahoma City, OK 73122
Surname of Immigrant: Becker
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Jeuriaenszen
Name of Ship: Unknown
Arrival Date: before 1657

Origin of Immigrant: The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630's in Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1697 in Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Marie Adriaens
Source of Information: Research by Alfred Becker in 1897 using records of the Dutch Reformed Church located in Schoharie, New York
Immigrant's Children:
Johannes Becker - all unknown
Jeurian Becker - Sept. 1, 1660, married Anna Van Der Zee
Martena Becker - married Willem Hogan

Notes: Jan was initially a clerk in Fort Anstel (on the Delaware). A wild youth, he was tried before the Burgomaster of New Amsterdam in 1660 and fined 300 guilders for sellenig liquor to the Indians. He later proved the Fort's commandant also sold liquor and his fine was dismissed. He later became a schoolteacher, but again got in trouble for liquor selling (Greenbush, N.Y.) The final years of his life were spent in Albany, where he eventually became the City Treasurer and an Alderman. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Dec 7 10:37:30 1997
Name: Elizabeth Smith
E- mail: esmith@montgomery.k12.ky.us
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: DesMarets
Given name(s) of Immigrant: David
Name of Ship: Bontekoe (The Spotted Cow)
Arrival Date: 16 Apr 1663

Origin of Immigrant: Beauchamps, near Amiens, District of Cambray, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 16 Oct 1695, New Milford, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Marie Sohier
Source of Information: Frick, Franklin (Van Osdol-Schneider, B., ed.), _The Demarest Family Chart_, 1984
Immigrant's Children:
i. Jean deMarets, born Abt 1645 in Middleburg, Netherlands; died 16 October 1719 in New Barbadoes, (Hackensack), Bergen, NJ. He married (1) Jacomina deRuine 09 September 1668 in New Amsterdam, New York, Dutch Ref. Ch, N.Y.. He married (2) Marretje VanWinckell 23 March 1691/92 in French Church,Kinderkamack, N.Y. Ch. Records, N.J.. He married (3) Magdalen Laurens 20 December 1702 in Hackensack, Bergen, Dutch Ref. Ch, NJ.
ii. Marie deMarets, born 1646 in died young.
iii. David deMarets, born 1649 in Middleburg, Netherlands; died in died in infancy.
iv. David deMarets, born 20 December 1651 in Mannheim, Palatinate, Germany. He married (1) Rachel Cresson 4 Apr 1675 in New Amsterdam, New York; died Abt. 1691.
v. Samuel DesMarets, born 05 August 1656 in Mannheim, Palatinate, Germany; died 1728 in Hackensack,Bergen,,N.J.. He married Maria deRuine 11 August 1678 in Bergen, Bergen Co., Dutch Ref. Ch, NJ.
vi. Marie deMarets, born 27 March 1659 in Mannheim, Palatinate, Germany; died in died in infancy.
vii. Marie deMarets, born 17 May 1662 in Mannheim, Palatinate, Germany; died young, probably at NY.
viii. Daniel deMarets, born 1666 in New Harlem, NY; died 08 January 1671/72 in New Harlem, NY (accident).

Notes: David desMarets and his parents, Jean and Margrieta deHerville desMarets were forced to flee France because of their protestant religion. They went first, in 1642, to Middleburg, on the island of Walcheren off the west coast of Holland. It was here that he married Marie Sohier, dau. of Francois and Margrieta, from Nieepe, Hainault, France. They moved next to Germany, where in 1651 were living in the German Palitinate at Mannheim on the Rhine. They next traveled to Amsterdam and after a short stay, immigrated to New Netherlands in 1663. I am a direct descendant of both sons, Jean and Samuel. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Dec 11 16:38:22 1997
Name: Darlene T. Holling
E- mail: DTDoe@AOl.Com or jwdoe@umich.edu
Address: 763 Mackinaw Ave. Cheboygan, Mi 48721
Surname of Immigrant: Lemaitre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claude
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: 1652

Origin of Immigrant: France-Married in Amsterdam, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1611
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1683
Immigrant's Spouse: Hester DuBois
Source of Information: History of Harlem-New Harlem Register
Immigrant's Children: Jan-B.- -Flatbush, Long Island 1653-M.-Ruth Waldron Isaac-B.-1658-Flatbush, Long Island--Married Cornelia Everts Van Ness Abraham-B.-1656-Flatbush, Long Island-M-Ceeltje Vernooy-Elsie Tappen Susannah-B.-1660-Flatbush, Long Island-M.-Arent Harmanus Bussing Hester-B.-1662-Harlem, New York-M.-Moses LeConte (DeGraff)\ Jacobus-B.-1665-Harlem, new York-M.-Geertie Martens Van Esselsteyn Hester and Claude were french Huguenots. Hester's family went to Canterbury, England in the 1590's and worshipped in the Walloon Chapel of Canterbury Cathedral.her parents were Pierre DuBois and Catherine Clarisse. She married Claude in Amsterdam, Holland on 24, April 1652. Shortly after thet came to New York. Claude and two of his sons were original Patentees of Harlem, New York. There were only about 20. I am directly descended from 3 of their 6 children through 1st cousin Marriages. Being Isaac, Jacobus and Hester. Married into Van Kleeck, Damen, Buys, Parmentier, Van Blaricum. Haines, Brown and DeGraff Families. Notes: Lived in Flatbush, Long Island, Ulster County, Duchess County, Delaware. Broome, Colimbia and Westchester Counties. Some went to New Jersey. My 4th G. Grandfather Isaac Delamater was a Captain in the Militia from Duchess County in 1761 in the French and Indian wars. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Dec 13 21:15:10 1997
Name: Kurt Van Anglen
E- mail: parkway1@bellatlantic.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Hengel
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Arent Theunissen
Name of Ship: Unknown
Arrival Date: abt. 1653

Origin of Immigrant: Hengel, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt. 1616
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1655, Staten Island
Immigrant's Spouse: Tryntie Reynders
Source of Information: Somerset County Historical Quarterly
Immigrant's Children: ?BR?Reynier Arentsen Van Hengel ?BR?Mary Arents Van Hengel ?BR?Hendrick Arentsen Van Hengel Resided in Staten Island then moved to New Jersey. Arent Theunissen was (sup) killed in the Indian Uprising of 1655. Tryntie Reynders remarried to Severyn Laurenszen abt. 1656/57. The children and ancestors used surnames Van Hengel, Van Hengelen, Vanhengel, etc, Reyniersen, Reynierson, Rinearson, etc.

Notes: Family members migarted to the west, KY, MO, PA, OH, OK, etc. We are trying to tie up all of the current and past ancestors of Arent Theunissen Van Hengel. E-mail for more information.
Website:http://members.bellatlan tic.net/~parkway1
The Van Anglen/Reynierson Home Page

NOTE FROM LORINE: The marriage of Severyn Laurenszen to the widow of Arent Teunissen Van Hengel is online at The Olive Tree Genealogy at Marriages of the Reformed Dutch Church New York, NY for 1656 as:
25 May Severyn Laurenszen, Van Rootsisil, in Deenmarcken, en Tryntje Reynderts, Wede. Van Arent Teemszen.

As well, Arent's widow is listed among the list of survivors dated 4/14 Nov., 1657, as: "The wife of Aerent van Hengel, now married to one Severyn, with three children, lives at the Manhatans. He has stepped into the contract of Aerent van Hengel, whose widow has a son doing all kinds of farm labor." Source is DOC. REL, COL. HIST. XIII:74 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Dec 20 11:42:19 1997
Name: Carol Griswold Salli
E- mail: tsalli@prodigy.net
Address: 3310 Old State Rd. Schenectady,NY 12303-5256
Surname of Immigrant: ONDERDONK
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Adries Adrianse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 11 Nov 1683

Origin of Immigrant: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: before 13 Aug 1687
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Janse VAN DER VLIET
Source of Information: Flatbush RDC marriage record; Flabush RDC baptismal record
Immigrant's Children:
Adrian ONDERDONK bpt: 24 Aug 1684 Flatbush RDC pg. 133; d: 1764 @ Nyack, Rockland,NY. Married Sara SNEDEKER
Andries ONDERDONK bpt: 13 Jun 1686 Flatbush RDC pg. 138; m:2 Jun 1706 to Gertrude LOTT; d: 21 Nov 1758 at Flower Hill, LI,NY.

Notes: Andries Adrianse ONDERDONK is listed as a native of New Castle,Deleware on his marriage record. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Dec 21 07:26:33 1997
Name: Richard Davis
E- mail: davislr@tallships.istar.ca
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Nimwegen (Inwegen)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hermandus (or Harmanus) Barentsen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1700

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1675?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Jannetje Cobus (widow of Antoni Swartwout)
Source of Information: "Family Tree" from a Van Inwegen family.
Immigrant's Children:
Geradus Van Nimwegen, b. 1702, m. Jannetjen De Witt in 1731.
Janneke Van Nimwegen, b. 1706, m Thomas Decker.

Notes: Hermandus Barentsen Van Nimwegen and Jannetje Cobus were married in Kingston New York. Gerardus had 8 children; Harmanus b. 1733?, Jenneke b. 1735, Greitje b. 1737, Tjaade b. 1739, Jacob b. 1743, Conelius b. 1743, Elizabeth and Annatje (twins) b. 1746. Gerardus seemed to have changed the spelling of his last name as the children have the last name Van Inwegen. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Dec 21 08:22:32 1997
Name: Chris Brooks
E- mail: Brook822@aol.com
Address: Chris Brooks 5000 Baltimore, #102 Kansas City, Missouri 64112-2470
Surname of Immigrant: Traphagen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Willem Jansen
Name of Ship: unknown
Arrival Date: abt. 1657

Origin of Immigrant: Lemgo, Lippe, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1616 Lemgo, Lippe
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1690, Kingston, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: 1) Jannetje Claesen, Groenvis
Source of Information: Trouwen Index, Amsterdam, North Holland
Immigrant's Children: by first wife: (all born Amsterdam) Joannes, b. 1648, d.y. Helena, bap 1650, married Jan Burhans Joannes, b. 1651, d.y. by second wife, Aeltje Dircksen Meermans: Johannes, b. 1659, New Amsterdam, married 1) Aegjen Winne 2) Eva Zout (Sals) by third wife, Joosje Willems Noortwyck: (all born Boswijck, L.I.) Rebecca, bap 1662 Brooklyn, married Pieter Pietersen Ostrander Willem, b. ca 1664, married 1) Tryntje Peele, 2) Geesje Pier, founder of Rhinebeck, New York and builder of inn that became the Beekman Arms Hotel. Hendrick, b. ca 1666, married Sarah Kierstede, lived Kingston, New York and Somerset County, New Jersey. Left large family

Notes: Traphagen name is specific to region around Lemgo, Lippe, first mention of name was in 1406. Traphagens were burghers at Lemgo as early as 1511. Willems father Johannes was a Medical Officer on the manor of Hemelycke? in the Diocese of Minden under the Count of Lippe. Willem was orphaned when young and had four guardians named. He shows up in Amsterdam in 1647 using the patronymic Jansen rather than Traphagen and was a baker by trade. He married there and emmigrated to New Netherlands about 1657. He left a deposition at Kingston, New York in 1671 naming many of his family members and the areas his family had connections in Lippe. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Dec 22 15:37:16 1997
Name: donna c. fisher
E- mail: dcfisher@zianet.com
Address: 1528 W. Combs Cr. Silver City, NM 88061
Surname of Immigrant: Carman
Given name(s) of Immigrant: John W.
Name of Ship: Lion ?
Arrival Date: 1631

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1606 England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1654 Hempstead, Long Island, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Florence
Source of Information: Bunkers Long Island Geneaologies-Ezra Carman Research
Immigrant's Children:
John Born 1630 England died in infancy
John 1633 Roxbury MA mrd. Hannah died 1684
Abigail 1635 Roxbury MA mrd. Benjamin Coe
Caleb 1639 MA died in infancy
Caleb 9 Jan 1645 Hempstead Long Island NY
Joshua 1648 Hempstead Long Island NY

Notes: John Carman to Roxbury MA 1631. John Carman to Lynn MA 1634. John Carman to Sandwich 1637. John Carman to Stamford CT 1643. John Carman to Hempstead, Long Island, NY 1644. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Dec 27 18:21:51 1997
Name: Keith Hendricks
E- mail: duke01@erols.com
Address: Maryland
Surname of Immigrant: Hendrickszen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Frans
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1670

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Breevort, Holland 1650?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Belitje Jorisz
Source of Information: DAR records
Immigrant's Children:
Henrick Franse, b1-12- 1672/73 Notes: Frans Hendrickszen, was born in Breevort, Holland, and died in New Amsterdam before 11-6-1684, The date of his widow's second marriage. He married in the Dutch church in New Amsterdam in 1670, Belitje Jorisz, daughter of Joris Stephenszen and Annatje Hendricks, who had emigrated from Brugge, in Vlanderen, and was at the time of her marriage living in Milpits Kill. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Dec 30 10:26:55 1997
Name: ann van vrancken bellard
E- mail: kfbellard @ aol.com/
Address: 3708 Edenborn Ave. Metairie, LA 70002-1520
Surname of Immigrant: van vranken
Given name(s) of Immigrant: ryckert or claes or gerrit
Name of Ship: ?? as part of DWI Co ??
Arrival Date: before 1672

Origin of Immigrant: frankenberg ??
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630s
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ??
Immigrant's Spouse: ??
Source of Information: Book "Crossroads and Canals" and incorrect genealogy by G. Curry circa 1930
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: According to our genealogy done by Mr. George Curry, there were 2 brothers who settled in New Netherlands. The son of one was named Ryck Claes and he purchased land on the north shore of the Mohawk river in 1672. The book Crossroads and Canals also states that his sons (Gerrit, Maes, Claes, and Evert) inherited the land in about 1711. The book also states that the sons took the surname of Ryckson and Ryckse, but that the surname was so common that they adopted Van Franke as the surname because that was the origin of the family in the "old country". Descendants changed it to Van Vranken.
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Date: Fri Jan 2 01:02:34 1998
Name: Betty Lou Hart
E- mail: bdh@worldaccessnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Enyeart/ Enjart
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Carel
Name of Ship: De-endract
Arrival Date: August 1664

Origin of Immigrant: Flanders of Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 26 June 1625 Flanders of Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Staten Island, Richmond, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Unknown
Source of Information: A cousin and History of Wabash County 1976
Immigrant's Children:
Yellis Enyeart/Enjart b. 1 February 1652 d. March 1707 m. 1. Alice Van Woggelum 2. Trienta Van Woggelum
Son b. 1656 Notes: Carel, and family settled on Staten Island which is now Richmond County, New York. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jan 2 05:29:43 1998
Name: Bryce Stevens
E- mail: BStevens@netstarcomm.net
Address: 252 Carriage View Clinton, TN 37716
Surname of Immigrant: van Arsdalen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Simon
Name of Ship: Dynasty
Arrival Date: 1653

Origin of Immigrant: Nukerke, Oost Vlanderen, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 27 Feb 1627/28, Nukerke
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 29 oct 1710
Immigrant's Spouse: (1) Marijtije Balutsdr (2) Pieterje Claesen van Schouw
Source of Information: Jaarboek van het Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, deel 50 (Den Haag, 1996); Stiles, 'Hist. of Kings Co., Incl. Brookly, NY' (1884) et al.
Immigrant's Children:
Geertje Simonse, b. 1658-60, m. Cornelis Pieterse Wyckoff 13 Oct 1678
Cornelis Simonse, b. 1662. d. 1745. m (1) Heltje Wilhelmse van Kouwenhoven, 1 May 1687 (2) Marretje Dirckse Ammerman, abt 14 Jun 1691
Mattje Simonse, b 1665 d aft 1733
Jan Simonse, bp 1667, d 1756, m Lammertje Probasco bef 1696
Symon Simonse, bp 1668
Jannetje Simonse, bp 1670. d Dec 1732, m (1) John __, (2) Gysbert Teunisse Bogaert, 16 Apr 1689
Marijtje Simonse, b 1678, m Jan Barendsz

Notes: Simon van Arsdalen married Marijtje Balutsdochter abt 26 Mar 1650, Gouda, Holland, and had two children by her. Marijtje and the children died in Amsterdam, of plague, while Simon was in New Amsterdam. His children by Pieterje Claes van Schouw all used the van Arsdalen surname, or a closely spelled variant. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jan 2 06:01:03 1998
Name: Bryce Stevens
E- mail: BStevens@netstarcomm.net
Address: 252 Carriage View Clinton, TN 37716
Surname of Immigrant: Probasco
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Juriaen
Name of Ship: Peartree
Arrival Date: 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Breslau, Silesia (Wroclaw, Poland)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: est 1625, Breslau, Silesia
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1664, Brooklyn
Immigrant's Spouse: Heyltje Aerse
Source of Information: N.Y. Gen & Bio Rec., vol 125 no 4 (Oct 1994); Proceedings of the N. J. Hist. Soc., vol 12, New Series (1927), pp 342-349.
Immigrant's Children:
Margaret, bpt 24 Mar 1647, Brazil
Christoffel, bpt 6 Jun 1649, Brazil, d aft 1701, NY or NJ: m Eytje Strycker abt 1676 Notes: Juriaen's place of birth was long thought to be Poland or Spain. Harry Macy, Jr., located documents which positively state that it was Breslau (see NYG&BR). --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jan 2 13:29:28 1998
Name: Nikki Rae Vedder
E- mail: NRAEVEDDER@aol.com
Address: 245 Monroe Bennet NE 68317
Surname of Immigrant: Vedder
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harmen Albertse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1657

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1650 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1715 Schenectady, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Provoost, sister of Johannes Provoost
Source of Information: Geneologies of the First Settlers of Schenectady
Immigrant's Children:
Albert b. 5-10-1671, m. 12-17-1799 to Maria Glen, d. 8-1-1753
Harmanus b. 1672, m. 12-10-1691 to Greitje VanSlyke, m. 12-21-1733 Ariantje VanderVolgen, d. 1785
Arent b. 1674, m. to Sara Groot, d. 1755
Angenietje b. 1684, m. 11-24-1700 to Jan VanAntwerpen, d. 4-1756
Johannes b. 1685, m. 7-8-1705 to Maria VanderVort, d. 1749
Corset b. 1686, m. 3-3-1709 to Margarita Berrit, m. 3-11-1711 to Neeltje Christianse, d. 1748

Notes: All children were born in Schenectady, NY, and most were married in Albany. Harmen Albertse Vedder engaged as a trader in Beverwyck; He worked as an agent for Dirk DeWolfe; In 1673, Harmen was elected as one of three magistrates of Schenectady.
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Date: Sun Jan 4 14:00:00 1998
Name: Margaret Jane Taylor
E- mail: janezor@email.pitnet.net
Address: E 1057 Whispering Pines Rd. Waupaca WI 54981
Surname of Immigrant: Quick
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Theunes Thomasdin
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: Before 25 Nov 1640

Origin of Immigrant: Naarden, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: About 1608 Naarden, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ? New Amsterdam, New York Colony
Immigrant's Spouse: Belijtgen Jacobus
Source of Information: Mother's book: Terhunes and Allied Families - Quick, Bice, Sebring, etc.
Immigrant's Children:
Weyntje Quick chr. 23 Jul 1628 Church, Naarden Holl. marr. to Here Siboutszen - 3 children
Jacob Theuniszen Quick - called De Looper (runner) already on your Olive Tree Registry marr. 24 Mar 1655 to Neeltje Cornelis - New Amsterdam 4 children
Hilldegonde Quick chr. 25 Nov 1640 - New Amsterdam Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, New York Colony Marr. after 1658 to Jacob Theunisen de Kay They had 14 children
Gertie Theunis Quick - present as witness of baptism on 22 Jan 1670 of Pretern ?

Notes: Theunes Thomasdin Quick was called Matzelaer de Naarden or mason from Naarden - he came to New Amsterdam soon after the christening of his daughter, Weyntje, 23 Jul 1828, in Holland, and before christening of other daughter, Hille- gone, baptised in New Amsterdam Church 25 Nov 1640. His son was Jacob Theuniszen Quick called De Looper who is already listed on this registry. This information came from my mother's book called Terhune and Allied Families - Conyn, Sebring, Van Nuys, Bice and Quick. She got her information about 1979 from Dutch Church records and "Colonial History MSS, Dutch: 14." --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 5 09:07:16 1998
Name: K Dunne
E- mail: kjnpm@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Roseboom
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick Yansen Roseboom
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: approx 1664

Origin of Immigrant: Zuidezee (ljsselmeer) Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1630 Zuidezee Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 4 Nov 1703 Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: 1st Gijsbertje Lansing
Source of Information: "A Brief History of the Ancestors and Descendants of John Roseboom " by Catherine Roseboom, family records and internet resources.
Immigrant's Children:
Johannes b 1661
Margarita b ? m. Peter Mingael d. ?
Gerrit Hendricks b. 7/12/1663 m. Mary Sanders d. 12/27/1739
Hendrick
Elizabeth b? m. William VanDeusen
Myndert Hendrick b. abt 1676 d. 10/20/1722 All of the above were born and died in Albany, New York

Notes: Gerrit and Mary Sanders are of my direct line which goes as follows (I have included only direct relatives, not brothers, sisters or cousins)" Gerrit the father of: Hendrick b. 1690 m. Debora Rappleyea. He is the father of: Garret b.1722 d.1796 m. Gertrude Compton. He is the father of: Robert b. 1755 d. 1816 m. Jesintie Dumont. He is the father of: Garret b. 1777 d. 1870.m. Mary Adams. He is the father of: Robert b. 1816 d.1876 m. Hannah Groff. He is the father of: Gilbert b.1849 d. 1915 m. Mary Helen Winne.He is father of: George b. 1873 d. 1929 m. Ada Truesdell. He is the father of: Madaleine b. 1902 d. m.Robert Lynn Everett Madaleine was my grandmother --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 6 15:33:49 1998
Name: James Miller
E- mail: millerpl@frontiernet.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: ELTING
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Roellofsen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before August 27, 1662

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: July 29, 1632 (old style) Swichsaelen (now Zwiggelt), a dependancy of Beyle (now Bielen) in the province of Drenthe, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Circa 1710-13?, Rhinebeck?, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Jacomyntje SLECHT
Source of Information: "The Ancestry of Garret Conrad Van Wagnen In The Five Collateral Lines..." by Frank L. Van Wagnen, Buffalo, NY, 1946. Also used many other books. E-mail for a complete list of sources.
Immigrant's Children: -Roellof ELTING- Born in Hurley, NY, baptised at Kingston 10/27/1678. Married Sarah DUBOIS at Kingston, 6/13/1703. Died circa 1747. He was my ancestor. -Cornelius ELTING- Baptised at Kingston 12/29/1681. Married Kingston 9/3/1704 Rebecca VanMETREN. Had 10 children. -Willem ELTING- Baptised at Kingston 1/19/1685. Married at Kingston Jannetje LeSEUR. Died December 1743 -Margaret ELTING- Born at Hurley. Married at Kingston 7/16/1699 Thomas HALL. Died after 1706 -Aaltje - Was probably the couples first or second child. Married at Kingston 10/6/1695 Aart GERRITSEN. Their children were called Van WAGONEN. Married second Barent VanBENTHUYSEN. She died before 4/21/1701

Notes: Jan was the son of Roellof and Aaltje Elting. Some say Jan was in New York by 1657. As yet, I have no record to support this. He was here by August 27, 1662, when he issued a note in favor of Nicholas Meyer. He settled first at Flatbush, on Long Island, before moving in 1665 to Kingston, NY. He visited Holland in the winter of 1679- 80. Jan became one of the founders of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY in 1686 his date of death is not known for certain. The book "Ancestors of Garret Conrad Van Wagnen..." states that Jan's land at Rhinebeck was sold by his "heirs" in 1713. This seems to indicate he had died by that time. His name is also missing from a 1714 census of Dutchess County. He had certainly died prior to August 2, 1729, when his heirs executed a quit claim. Jacomyntje SLECHT was baptised on July 25, 1645 in Woerdon, Holland. She was the daughter of Cornelius Barentsen Slecht and Tryntje Tyssen Bos(ch). Jacomyntje was married twice before meeting Jan Elting. From one of these marriages were descended Theodore, Franklin and Elanor Roosevelt (yes, the famous ones). She married Jan on November 24, 1672 at Kingston, NY. She died after 1686. I have several pages on Jan wich I will gladly share with anyone who is intrested. I can be reached at the above E-mail adress. I am intrested in any information anyone has on Jan or his children. I have tried to be accurate, but it is possible errors may have crept into my work. If you find any, let me Know! --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 6 17:48:47 1998
Name: Marcia Donahue
E- mail: donwar@nbnet.nb.ca
Address: 23 Cannon RD.Quispamsis,N.B.Canada E2E 3T9
Surname of Immigrant: DYCKMAN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: JOHANNES
Name of Ship: WATERHONT
Arrival Date: 1651

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1598
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1672-New York
Immigrant's Spouse: 1. Maria Bosyna- 2.Marya Grabber
Source of Information: Bible
Immigrant's Children:
Cornelius DYCKMAN born 1647-Holland-
Joris DYCKMAN born 1662-New York. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 7 13:29:53 1998
Name: John F. Collins
E- mail: jcollins@unix.asb.com
Address: 55 Burtis Avenue Rockville Centre, NY 11570
Surname of Immigrant: HALENBECK
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Casper Jacobse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1654

Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: August 1703
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Harald R. Topken, Attorney at Law, Germantown, NY, Dec. 20, 1955 letter addressed to the descendants of Matthias Hollenbeck
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Lived in Albany before 1654 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 7 20:41:59 1998
Name: Shirley Lillie
E- mail: shrlily@netins.net
Address: P.O.Box 863 Montezuma IA 50171
Surname of Immigrant: MOLENAER
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jooste Adriansen
Name of Ship: Green Eagle
Arrival Date: 30 Sept 1660

Origin of Immigrant: Pynaker Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: circa 1642 Pynaker Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Jul 1683 Bushwick Long Island NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth Willemse Crom
Source of Information: The Millar du Bois Family History
Immigrant's Children:
Jannetje Molenaer bap. 5 Apr 1672 Ulster Co NY m David duBois 1689 Ulster Co NY.
Adrian Molenaer bap. 1675 Albany NY m Annetje le Grange 10 May 1700 Ulster Co Ny.
Willem Molenaer bap 13 Oct 1678 Albany NY. m Gertrude Sprinsgsteen 19 May 1705 Kings Co, Bushwick NY.
Hendrickse Moleaner bap 24 Apr 1681 Ulster Co NY. m Catalian Bodyn 1705 Somerset Co NJ.

Notes: Jooste arrived in Ulster County in 1658, where he erected a grist mill. He went back and forth to Holland several times. He was married twice before, to Femmetje Hendricksen, who removed back to the old country after being abducted by Indians. After the death of Elizabeth Crom, he removed to Bushwick, on Long Island where he married Maritje Hays., in 1682. He died on Long Island in 1683. At least one of his children removed to Somerset County New Jersey, with Jooste Jans Van Meteren, this was his youngest son Hendrickse. Willem died in Newton New York, in 1753. Jooste lived in Kingston New York, and on Long Island. These are the only two places I have found him. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jan 8 11:07:20 1998
Name: Stanley C. Newkirk
E- mail: NEWSTAN20@prodigy.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Nieuwkirk
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Gerret Cornelisse
Name of Ship: Moesman
Arrival Date: 25 April 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: bp. 7/24/1631 @ Putten,Gelderland Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Died Before 3/4/1696 @Hurley NY (America)
Immigrant's Spouse:
#1. Aaltie Gerrits @ Putten, Holland 12/6/1655
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Date: Thu Jan 8 22:35:42 1998
Name: Kathryn Jean Schueren
E- mail: rsme44@gte.net
Address: 760 Scotland Street,Dunedin Florida, 34698
Surname of Immigrant: Manglese
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1650-1657

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1635 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 4 September 1705
Immigrant's Spouse: Volckie Jans
Source of Information: Family History C.D.s from Salt Lake Library and other researchers on the internet and too many books to list.
Immigrant's Children:
Annetje Janse Roll b.? d.? m.1712 to Geraldus (2) Kamberfort
Mangel Jansen Roll bap.1/27/1686 at Turtle Bay d.8/16/1732 m.10/9/1692 to Annatje Hendrix Volkert
Tryntje Janse Roll b.? d.? m.? to Pieter Van Neste
Pieter Janse Roll b.? d.bef 1713 m.? to Jannetie DuChene
Johannes Janse Roll bap.1/27/1686 in Albany d.1744 m.abt1714 to Margaret ?
Catharina Janse Rollb.? d.? m.? .

Notes: Because of goodwill and affections the Mohawk Tribes deeded them land in the county of Albany,N.Y. on March 4th 1681/2. Jan Manglese changed to John Roll in 1675 at the time when the Dutch were changing names. Manglese means son of Mangle which Mangle means Roll.They moved to either Staten Island or Manhattan N.Y.. Volckie Jans parents are Pieter Adriaenson and an Indian Princess (nobody to this day has been able to find out her name) Her Grandfather was Caniachkoo, some say he was a Chief and some say he was a Medicine Man.

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