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Date: Fri Apr 2 13:37:47 1999
Name: Margaret C. Hunt
E- mail: McHunt@aol.com
Address: 6211 Michillinda Rd. Whitehall, MI 49461 Immigrant: Tomson , Thomas
Name of Ship: Abigail 1635
Arrival Date: before 1649 Origin of Immigrant:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: British Isles 1617
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Sep.1676 Elizabeth Town,NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Family records & "Early History of Southampton, LI,With Genealogies" George Rogers Howell
Immigrant's Children: Aaron Tompson Moses Tompson
Notes: In 1649 this ancestor moved from New Haven to East Hampton L.I. where he and his sons acquired some land. From there he moved to Elizabeth Town,NJ where he "took the oath" 19 Feb. 1665

Date: Sun Apr 4 03:33:41 1999
Name: Bobbie Davolt
E- mail: rdavolt@aol.com
Address: 30018 N. E. 159th Excelsior Springs, MO 64)24 Immigrant: Van Arsdalen , Symon Jansen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1653
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1640 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1710 Flatlands Long Island
Immigrant's Spouse: Unknown
Source of Information: My Mother Viola Dunsmore traced information for D.A.R.
Immigrant's Children: Cornelius and John
Notes: Symon Jansen Van Arsdalen emigrated from Holland toNew Amsterdam in 1653, locating at Flatlands, Long Island

Date: Tue Apr 6 18:31:10 1999
Name: Dianna E-mail: mcricket@cryberhighway.net Address: Immigrant: Clements/Clement , Mason Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1650
Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Marie Bokee/ Bocquet/Bouqet
Source of Information: Ancestral File
Immigrant's Children: BR Janatie Clements b-1676 BR Peter Clements b-1681 BR Johannes Clements b-1685 d- 1780 (this is my line) spouse: Marite Meg
Notes: Jan Clements was born in Flushing, Queens, New York in 1650. I beleive his parents came from the area of England or Holland. I do not have much information on him and would like to find out who his parents were and where they came from. Also I am trying to gather information on the name of Clements/Clement/Clemens. There is three spellings and I would like to know how they are connected. Thanks you.

Date: Sat Apr 17 19:48:31 1999
Name: mark brown
E- mail: phantom0@erols.com Address: Immigrant: zenger , john
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1666
Origin of Immigrant: bern, switzerland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: aug. 3 1672
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: katharina dietz
Source of Information: my grandmother claims this is the story of john peter zenger
Immigrant's Children: John Peter Zenger, born 1702 New York, New York.
Notes: John Peter Zenger married Anna Catherine Maulin in Queens New York on Sept. 11, 1722. John Zenger was their son born in Queens Nov. 1723. John Peter Zenger the father was the father of the "freedom of the Press"

Date: Sun Apr 18 11:37:47 1999
Name: Barbara Novey
E- mail: ebnowaj@uswest.net Address: Immigrant: Van Hoorn , Jan Cornelius
Name of Ship: Fortune ?
Arrival Date: 26 Jun 1634
Origin of Immigrant: Hoorn, ZuyerZee
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1634, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: before June 16, 1669, New York City
Immigrant's Spouse: Hillegonda Joris
Source of Information: Book, The Van Horn Family History
Immigrant's Children: Cornelius Jansen, b. August 3, 1642, M. Anna Maria Jans, Oct 5, 1659, d.1692
Notes: Property owned by Jan C Van Hoorn was just east of the fort that stood on the Hudson River fronting the Battery.. He helped defend the city in 1664 when it was attacked by the English. He was a member of the First Dutch Church of New York City, Oct 6, 1656

Date: Sun Apr 18 21:16:35 1999
Name: dawn richards tobin
E- mail: drichards01@snet.net Address: Immigrant: Ye Duyster , William Williamzen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1660
Origin of Immigrant: Einigen County Brabant Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Leentje Martins Kuyter
Source of Information: New York Geo and Bio books, DAR, family records
Immigrant's Children: Jan Williamzen Ye Duyster born about 1645 in Netherlands arrived with father before 1660 married before 1662 Grietje Cornelisse and they had nine children. Roeloff Williamzen Ye Duyster born about 1645 in Netherlands arrived with father before 1660 married and had one child.
Notes: William Williamzen Ye Duyster appears at Fort Orange, Beverwyk (Later called Albany, New York) before 1660. There is no record of his first wife, mother of his two sons. His second wife, Leentje Martins Kuyter, was the widow of Jockem Pieterzen Kuyter, a hero in the early history of New York. She was killed by Indians. Roeloff Williamzen Ye Duyster and Jan Williamzen Ye Duyster were William's sons and they appeared with him before 1660 in Fort Orange. Roeloff married and had one child. After his death his wife remarried Jan Cornell Buys and the child became a Buys. Jan married Grietje Cornelisse, daughter of Cornelius Cornelisse. They had nine children. Jan's name changed to Jan Williamzen Dutcher and he served in the early Indian War 1686-1687 in Kingston, Ulster County.

Date: Sat May 1 20:56:04 1999
Name: Carol Vernoy
E- mail: saffirecv53@yahoo.com
Address: 2500 Nassau St. Sarasota, Florida 34231 Immigrant: Vernoy , Cornelius Cornelissen
Name of Ship: the Faith
Arrival Date: 1664
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt.1644
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt. 1726, Kingston , Ulster County, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Annejte Van De Cuyl
Source of Information: Family Tree Maker==
Immigrant's Children: Notes:

Date: Mon May 3 20:19:38 1999
Name: jane levy
E- mail: janelevy@ix.netcom.com Address: Immigrant: van brunt , rutger Joesten
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1654
Origin of Immigrant: netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1713 new york
Immigrant's Spouse: tryntie
Source of Information: genealogy of van brunt family
Immigrant's Children: nicholas cornelius Notes:

Date: Thu May 6 09:23:10 1999
Name: Maryetta Harper
E- mail: gbuysen@telusplanet.net Address: Immigrant: Cool , Cornelius Lambertse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1639
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1588, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1643, Gowanus, New Netherland
Immigrant's Spouse: Aeltje Brackhoengie (second wife)
Source of Information: Stiles History of Brooklyn; Teunis G. Bergen's Register of Early Settlers of Kings County; Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam records; Staten Island Historical Society records; New York Historical Manuscripts, Dutch, Volume lV (court minutes); New York Colonial MSS, volumes 1 and 2;
Immigrant's Children:

  • Aeltje Cornelis, born in Holland, m Gerrit Wolphertsen
  • Aechtje(Pieterje?) Cornelis, born in Holland, m Claes Jansen (Backer) van Emden
  • Lambertse Cornelisen, born about 1622 in Holland, m ?

Notes: I descend from Lambertse Cornelisen Cool and am most anxious to learn who he married, when and the names and birthdates of his children. I know only about Lambert's son, Judge Abraham Cole, who married Rebecca Britten in 1695 and settled on Staten Island.

Date: Fri May 7 19:01:34 1999
Name: Loretta Yelderman
E- mail: lyelderman@webtv.net
Address: 107 OakRidge Circle Georgetown, Tx 78628 Immigrant: Issac , Garrison
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699
Origin of Immigrant: born in France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1670
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Catheryn de Romagnac
Source of Information: Net Genealogy
Immigrant's Children: Isaac Garrison b. Staten Island, NY. Married Maria Christopher
Notes: Isaac Garrison's son,also Isaac G. b. in NY, had a son, Christopher Garrison b. 1731 in New Jersey.

Date: Fri May 14 09:07:27 1999
Name: Amy Curtis
E- mail: kran52183@aol.com Address: Immigrant: VanCleef , Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1659
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1628 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: New Utrecht, Long Island
Immigrant's Spouse: Angelica Lawrence
Source of Information: History of Jan VanCleef by Murray Edward Poole 1909
Immigrant's Children:

  • Joseph born 1663 spouse-Catherine Rappleye
  • Rebecca died 1756, spouse-Andrew Emans
  • Catherine Born Oct 23, 1681
  • Benjamin born Nov 25, 1683, spouse Hnerietta Sutphen
  • Angelina spouse- John Emans
  • Cynthia born May 13, 1688
  • Cornelius spouse-Phebe Vandewater
  • Isbrant spouse-Jane Acstre Vanderbilt
  • Nellie spouse-John VanMeteren
  • Richard

Notes: Settled in New Utrecht, Long Island Listed as Member of the Dutch Church 1677-1685 Owned Plantation with 24 morgans and other plots of land in the Village of New Utrecht Delegate to the Representative Convention in New Amsterdam in April 1664

Date: Sat May 15 10:23:12 1999
Name: Christena Linka
E- mail: tena@home.com
Address: 18 Grand River St. S. Paris, Ontario Canada N3L 2B2 Immigrant: Ruttan , Abraham
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: July 1675
Origin of Immigrant: Metz, Duchy of Lorraine, came via Germany, Amsterdam and England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 10 June 1658 Metz, Duchy of Lorraine
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 19 May 1713 New Barbados, New Jersey
Immigrant's Spouse: Marie Peteljonpetilion
Source of Information: "Ruttan by Meachum, LDS Microfilm 0973154, Item 3., & "Ruttan" by Henry N. Ruttan, LDS Microfilm 0928176, Item 15. "A Part of the Family of Ruttan 1590-1986" by Henry Ruttan, UE.
Immigrant's Children:
Daniel Rutttan
Paul (Paulus)Ruttan, b. 20 March 1684 or 1685; Esopus Area, Ulster County, NY - child of Paul (Paulus) Ruttan is William Ruttan b. about 8 Nov. 1710, Philipsburgh Manor, NY.
Esther Ruttan, b. Feb. 1689 or 1690; New Paltz, NY; d. 5 Aug. 1690 Christened 14 May 1690 in New Paltz, NY
Pierre Ruttan, b. about 1691, NY. Christened 24 Oct. 1690 in NY
Hestor Ruttan, b. about 1694. Christened 3 June 1694 in Kingston, Ulster Co. NY
Susanna Ruttan, b. about 1696
Catharina Ruttan, b. about 1699
Maria Ruttan, b. about 1701
Abraham Ruttan, b. 1702; d. NY at a very young age
Sara Ruttan, b. 1704
Notes: Abraham Rutttan was Christened June 10, 1658 in Metz, Duchy of Lorraine and died May 19, 1713 in New Barbados, New Jersey. He came to America in 1675 via Germany, Amsterdam and England. He was a Huguenot and a member of the Hasbrouck Party that came to Boston, sailed on to New York, then traveled on, reaching Ulster County in July 1675. They moved on to Esopus, the area around Kingston in Ulster County, west bank of the Hudson River, where in 1677, New Paltz was founded. He married Marie Peteljonpetilion in 1680 in New Paltz, NY. Abraham took the Oath of Allegiance to the English Crown on September 1, 1689. By indenture date October 26, 1699, Abraham bought a parcel of land and meadow from Thomas Noell, a merchant from New York City and his wife Hannah. The parcel was located in New Barbados in the County of Essex, Prov. of E. New Jersey. Abraham, his wife and their children lived and prospered there until he died.

Date: Sun May 23 17:38:28 1999
Name: Robin Riley Sloan
E- mail: sneakers@on- net.net
Address: Indianapolis, IN Immigrant: Driggs , Josias Janszen De Raedt
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1682
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1647 in Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Aeltje Brouwer, m. Kings Co., NY
Source of Information: LDS Ancestral File
Immigrant's Children: Joseph Driggs b. May 28, 1682 Platlands, Kings Co., NY d. Nov 15, 1748 East Haddam, Hartford, CT.
Notes: Aeltje Brouwer was born in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY in about 1648.

Date: Sun May 23 17:42:10 1999
Name: Patricia G. Ewers
E- mail: pgewers@omnicast.net
Address: N. 206 Adams Rd. Spokane WA 99216-2003 Immigrant: Stout , Richard
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: abt. 1643
Origin of Immigrant: Nottinghamshire, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1615, Nottinghamshire, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Oct 1705, Middletown, Monmouth Co. NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Penelope VanPrincin
Source of Information: Stilwell"s "Genealogy of the Stout Family", vol. # 4
Immigrant's Children:
John Stout, 1645 Gravesend L.I. New Netherlands, m. Elizabeth Crawford, d. 1724 NJ
Richard Stout, 1646 -- 1717, m Frances Heath, Mary Seymour
James Stout, 1648 - ? , m Elizabeth Truax Mary Stout, 1650 - ? , m Judge James Bowne 1665
Alice Stout, 1652 - ? m John Throckmorton 1670
Peter Stout, 1654- 1703, m Mary Bollen, then Mary Bowne
Sarah Stout, 1656 - ? m John Pike
Johnathan Stout, 1660 - 1723, m Anne Bollen 1685 All the above were born in Gravesend Long Island
David Stout, 1667 - ? b in Middletown NJ, m Rebecca Ashton 1688
Benjamin Stout, 1669-1734, m Mary Leonard, then Agnes Truax
Notes: Married in Gravesend, Long Island in 1644, a member of Lady Deborah Moody's anabaptist settlement. He accompanied her from Massachusetts. In 1664 he moved his family from NY to NJ and was an original patentee of Middletown, Monmouth Co. NJ. (records in the NJ Archives)

Date: Sun May 23 18:16:43 1999
Name: Patricia G. Ewers
E- mail: pgewers@omnicast.net
Address: N. 206 Adams Rd. Spokane WA 99216-2003 Immigrant: VanZandt , Adam Wensel
Name of Ship: Brownfish
Arrival Date: Jun 1658
Origin of Immigrant: Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 29 Oct 1628, Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt. 1658, New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Spouse: Jenneken Jansdr Hermsen
Source of Information: A Genealogy of Early Vansant-Van Sant Families in South Carolina.
Immigrant's Children:
Johannes VanZandt, 1657 in Arnhem, Netherlands, d. 1724 NY, m. Margaretha VanderPoel 20 Oct 1681
Catharina VanZandt, b 9 Sep 1653, m Andries Roelofse, then Gerrit Wunantse
Notes: The family lived first in New Amsterdam, then son, Johannes, moved to Albany NY, and his son, Bannardus, moved to Somerset C. NJ

Date: Wed May 26 11:39:16 1999
Name: Jeanne Stotler
E- mail: jstotler@hqspacehab.com Address: Immigrant: Houghton , Anne
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1685
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Lawrenceville, N.J. ??
Immigrant's Spouse: Henri Mershon,II
Source of Information: books
Immigrant's Children: Houghten,Henry III, Andrew, Peter, Thomas, Mary Ann, Rebecca, Elizabeth and Sarah
Notes: Mover from Long Island to Lawrenceville, N.J., was called Maidenhead,

Date: Wed May 26 13:35:16 1999
Name: Christopher G. Studwell
E- mail: phxcs@primenet.com
Address: 17820 North 53rd Place Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Immigrant: Studwell , Thomas
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1635 or 1636
Origin of Immigrant: believed Seal(e) - Now Sevenoaks, Kent, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: est 1620
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: believed 1675 in Greenwich, Conn.
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: History of Westchester County, New York
Immigrant's Children:
Notes: Thomas Studwell was believed to have been one of three (3) men (Disbrow and Coe being the other two), who made large land purchases from the Native American Indians in the mid 1600 in what is now Rhye, Portchester, Harrison area of New York. He also built the oldest (still) standing wooden structure in NY (it was his residence and is named after the second owner).


 
 

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