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Date: Thu Nov 28 17:28:51 1996
Name: John Moller
E- mail: BCSS08A@PRODIGY.COM
Address: 73 Centerton Drive Parsippany, NJ 07054
Surname of Immigrant: SPEER (SPIER)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick Jansen
Origin of Immigrant: Best, Wageningen, Holland
Name of Ship: De Trouw (The Faith)
Arrival Date: 23 Dec 1659

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1681
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdarena Jansen
Source of Information: "NY Colonial Documents" by E O'Callinghan; "Speer Family Line" by Reverand Rollo Speer; "Genealogical Magazine of NJ" Vol 55; "Ancestors & Descendents of Alfred Speer" by D. de Beixedon; "NYG&BR" Vol 6.
Immigrant's Children:
1. Jan Spier b. Holland;
2. Barent Spier b. holland;
3. Jacobus Spier b. Holland d. at sea;
4. Hans Spier b. 8 Apr 1663 New Amsterdam NY m. 1 Aug 1683 at Bergen
Trynitje Pieters ( This is my line);
5. Unknown Spier (daughter) b. New Amsterdam;
6. Unknown Spier (daughter) b. New Amsterdam;

Notes: Hendrick Spier, his wife and two childern settled in New Amsterdam in 1659. He later moved to Long Island (Now Brooklyn). In 1662 he was residing at Bergen (Now Jersey City, NJ) In 1694 his widow sold the land at Bergen to pay his debts. His son Hans along with his bother Jan were part of the orginal Patentees of the Acquackanonk Purchase which included what is now Passiac, Paterson and Clifton, NJ.

Notes From Lorine: I believe you will find that Janet T. Reimer's article "The Early Spier Family" as published in The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Jan. 1980 vol. 55, Number 1, is a terrific resource for this family.

Be aware though that in her list of children for Hendrick Spier & Magdalena Hans/Jans, the inclusion of a possible daughter Tryntie bp. 12 July 1654 as found in the NY RDC records, is not correct. This Trynite is an Oosteroom.

The ancestor of the Oosteroom family in New Jersey was Hendrick Janszen. He married Tryntie Lubbertse (born ca 1637 Albany NY) on 4 Dec. 1652 in the Reformed Dutch Church in New York City. His wife Tryntie was the daughter of the immigrant ancestor of the New Jersey Van Blaricom (Blarcom) family - Lubberts Gysbertse, a wheelwright from the town of Blaricom in the Netherlands who came to the colony of Rensellaerswyck in 1634. This Hendrick Janszen and his wife Tryntie had a daughter Tryntje baptised 16 Aug 1654 Reformed Dutch Church in New York City.

The sponsors were Jan Corneliszen BUYS (aka DAMEN who was married to Tryntie's sister Eybetye, Gysbert Lubbertszen (a brother to Tryntie), and Aeltje Schryvers) Of course DAMEN is my line.

The arrival date you show for Hendrick of 1659 is the date of his second arrival in the New World. His marriage to Magdaleen Jans is found in the records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York City on 14 Sept. 1652 as such:

"Hendrick Janszen van Aschwaerde in't Stift Bremen en Magdaleen Jans van Swol".

We know that Hendrick was in NY then in 1652.

Date: Thu Nov 28 17:47:54 1996
Name: John Longstreet Rhymes
E- mail: jonnola@ix.netcom.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Langestraet
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Dirck Stoffels
Origin of Immigrant: (prob) North Brabant district of the Netherlands
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1657

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1640, North Brabant, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Monmouth County, New Jersey
Immigrant's Spouse: Katerina (Catrin) van Lieuwen
Source of Information: Genealogy of the Family of Longstreet by Edward Mayes, 192?; A Longstreet Family History by R.J. Longstreet, 1960
Immigrant's Children:
Stoffel Dircksen (Theophilus) 1666-1741 m Moica Lanen van Pelt (Mercy Lane) d.1753
Classje Dircksen 1672-? m1696 Jan Abraham Lodt
Adrian (Aaron/Aury) 1677-1728 m Christina Janse Bergen
(possibly also:)
Notes: Settled first in Amersfoort (Flatlands) and was a member of the Flatlands Church (Rev. Zuuren, Pastor) in 1677. Married Johoanna Havens ca 1690, and moved to Monmouth, NJ ca 1700


Website Description: Attempting to find as many of Dirck's descendants as possible. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Nov 29 05:37:09 1996
Name: Anne Tangeman
E- mail: annem@fullnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Voorhis
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Steven Koorts
Origin of Immigrant: Drenthe, Netherlands
Name of Ship: De Bonte Koe (The Spotted Cow)
Arrival Date: April 1660

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1600 near Hees in Province of Drenthe
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 16 Feb 1684 Flatlands, Long Island, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: 1st-? 2cd-Willempie Roelofse (Seubering)
Source of Information: "Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York" by Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, "The Van Voorhees Family Vol I" published by the Van Voorhees Association, and "The Ancestors and Descendants of Koert Voorheis" by Walter Moore.
Immigrant's Children:
Hendrickje Stevense, ?, Holland m. Jan Kiersen in Holland
Merghin Stevense ?, m. 1st Roelof ? and 2cd Remmelt Willemse d. 28 Oct 1702
Koert Stevense b 1638 HOlland m ? Marretje Gerretse Van Couvenhoven.
Lucas Stevense b ? 1650 Holland
Jan Stevense b ? 1652 Holland
Albert Stevense b ? Holland
Aeltje Stevense b ? Holland
Jannetje Stevense b ? Holland

Notes: I am interested in family histories on the Van Voorheis family, and any families that were in New Amsterdam in the 1660's and on. My family line descends from !st Steven to 2cd Koert Stevense, 3rd Cornelius Koert Van Voorhees, 4th Koert Voorhies, 5th John Voorhies, 6th Koert Voorheis m. Rachel Canine in New Jersey. They went to Mercer Cty Ky.
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Date: Fri Nov 29 10:51:00 1996
Name: Bob Casey
E- mail: casey@escape.ca
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Secord
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Ambroise
Origin of Immigrant: LaRochelle, France
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1686

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1631
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1712
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Family history
Immigrant's Children: Daniel Secord 1672-1742

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Notes From Lorine: Are you speaking of Daniel Sicard who married Catherine Woertman and had several children, among them Daniel Sicard b 1698 New Rochelle Westchester NY who md. Catherine Mabie, d/o Caspar Pietersz. Mabie & Elizabeth Schureman? If yes then you share ancestors with the Ontario Loyalist Secord family. If you wish to chat further, write to me as I have more info on the ancestry of these families, and can put you in touch with descendants.


Date: Fri Nov 29 10:53:34 1996
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: SPIER/SPEER/SPEAR
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick Janszen
Origin of Immigrant: Marriage record says from Aschwaerde en stift, Bremen, Germany.
Name of Ship: ? (First arrival is unknown) Did arrive in New York a 2nd time in 1659.
Arrival Date: Before 1652

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1619 Marriage record says from Aschwaerde in Stift, Bremen, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Bef. 12 May 1679 Pemmerpoch (now Bayonne), NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalena Hans (Van Swol) [Marriage record says "Van Swol"]
Source of Information: The Genealogical Magazine of NJ - Vol. 55 (January 1980), Number 1 - The Early Spier Family by Janet T. Riemer. Also Dutch Reformed Church Records
Immigrant's Children: 1. Jan/Johannes Hendricks SPIER, bapt.(prob) 5 Oct. 1653 New Amsterdam, DRC, NY, d. bef. 18 Sept. 1724 (will probate) Acquackanonk, Essex, NJ, Marr. Maritje FRANSE 12 Aug. 1679 Bergen (Now Jersey City), Dutch Reformed Church, NJ THIS is one of my lines.
2. Sytie SPIER, bp. 25 July 1655 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY. Marr. Hendrick VAN REYNNE (children assumed surname BRUYN) Marr. 2nd Poulus DOUWESEN
3. Tryntie SPIER, bp. 25 March 1657 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY.
4. Hans SPIER, bp. 8 April 1663 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY, d. after 1726, marr. Tryntje (Catharina) PIETERS 1 Aug. 1683 New York Dutch Reformed Church.
5. Willemtje SPIER, bp. 12 July 1665 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY. Marr. Claes Hendrickse VOLCK.
6. Cathryntje SPIER, bp. 11 Dec. 1667 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY. Marr. Willem MERRIT bef. 1696
7. Abraham SPIER, bp. 16 Aug. 1671 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church. Buried 12 May 1679 Bergen (now Jersey City), NJ.
8. Barent SPIER, born Pemmerpogh (now Bayonne), NJ, d. 8 May 1742. Marr. Catelyntje Hendricks JACOB 26 Aug. 1698 Acquackanonk, Essex, Dutch Reformed Church, NJ (marriage record says this is where marriage took place.)THIS is probably another one of my lines.

Notes:

Hendrick Janszen SPIER arrived in New Amsterdam prior to 14 September 1652, as he married Magdaleen Jans VAN SWOL on this date. (This is the only record where her patroymic is recorded Jans instead of Hans.) Apparently Hendrick visited Holland shortly thereafter as he, his wife and children, returned to New Amsterdam on De Trouw (The Faith) on 23 December 1660. It appears that Hendrick Spier died prior to 4 September 1674, as a patent for land on Staten Island was granted to Jans and Hans Spieringh, two of his sons, on that date. It is certain that he died prior to May 1679 when a son of Magdalen Hansen, widow of Henrick Jansen Spier, was buried at Bergen. (Now Jersey City.) Magdaleen married 2nd, Harmen EDWARDS, and 3rd, Jan Aertsen VAN DER BILT on 11 Dec. 1681.

The arrival of Hendrick Jansen SPIER in what is now New Jersey occurred following his purchase of twenty-five morgens of land near Gemenoepa in July 1662 from Annatien Dircksen, widow of Pieter Kock. This land was one-half of that originally granted to Klaes Karstensen Noorman on 24 March 1647. Hendrick's purchase was confirmed by a patent from Governor Carteret on 12 May 1668. The patent stated that the land was at Mingackqua. It remained in the Spier family until 1 May 1768 when it was sold to Jacob Van Wagenen. Hendrick Spier evidently moved to New Jersey and was living at Mingackqua in 1662 as he was one of three men who signed a petition refusing support of a clergyman at Bergen Dutch Reformed Church.

Hendrick Jansen SPIER's descendants have come to spell their name SPEER and also SPEAR, the former being the most common. This SPIER line is frequently confused with the PIER line.

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Date: Sat Nov 30 08:47:58 1996
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: VAN VOORHEES
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Steven Coert
Origin of Immigrant: Near Hees, Province of Drenthe, Netherlands
Name of Ship: De Bonte Koe (The Spotted Cow)
Arrival Date: 15 April 1660

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1600, near Hees, Province of Drenthe, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 16 February 1684, Flatlands, Long Island, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: First wife - name unknown. Second - Willempje Roelofse Seubering
Source of Information: The Van Voorhees Family, Vol. I, The First Four Generations, by Albert L. Stokes, 1984, published by the Van Voorhees Association
Immigrant's Children: By first wife:
1. Hendrickje Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. Holland, Marr. Jan Kiersen, d. bef. 4 Aug. 1705 (date of husband's will)
2. Merghin Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. Holland. Marr. 1) ? Rolefs______ 2. ? Remmelt Willemse
3. Koert/Coert Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. ca. 1638 Holland. Marr. Marretje Gerretse (VAN COUVENHOVEN)d. aft. 8 March 1694.
Children by his second wife, Willempje:
1. Lucas Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. ca. 1650 Holland. Marr. 1) Catherine Hansen VAN NOSTRAND; 2nd) Jannetje MINNES on 26 January 1689 Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church, Long Island, NY. d. aft. 28 Dec. 1724 probably Flatlands, Long Island, NY.
2. Jan Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. ca. 1652 Holland. Marr. 1) Cornelia Reinierse Wizzelpenning who died ca. 1680. Marr. 2nd) Femmetje Aukes (VAN NUYS) ca. 1681. Jan died bef. 20 Nov. 1735 Flatlands, Long Island, NY. THIS is my line.
3. Albert Stevens VAN VOORHEES, b. Holland. Marr. 1) Helletje Reiniers Wizzelpenning 24 April 1681. Marr. 2nd) Elena VANDER SCHURE. d. aaft. 14 May 1727 Probably Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ.
4. Aeltje Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. ca. 1654 Holland. Marr. Barent Jurjansen RYDER. death date unknown.
5. Jannetje Stevense VAN VOORHEES, b. Holland. Marr. 1) Jan Martense SCHENCK. Marr. 2nd) Alexander SIMPSON Jannetje d. bef. 10 Sept. 1709.
6. Hendrickje Stevense VAN VOORHEES b. Holland Marr. Albert Albertse TERHUYNE/TERHUNE d. ca. 1692/3 probably Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ.

Notes: Steven Coerts/Koerts VAN VOORHEES was aged 60 at the time of his arrival in New Amsterdam, NY. Steven Koerts was married twice. His first wife, the mother of his first three known children, is unknown. She apparently died in Holland, but no record concerning her has been found. Steven's second wife, Willempje Roelofse SEUBERING, was born in 1619, died in 1690 and was the mother of the younger children. The ages given in the ship's record cannot, with certaintly, prove the age of any except Koert/Coert who obviously would be age 22. In addition, there were seven children specified, but only six ages given. The names of the children are proven by a deed dated March 8, 1697. (Book 2, pg. 34, Kings County Deeds)

Steven Koerts definitely had two daughters named Hendrickje, one by each wife. The first was born in Holland and arrived with her husband Jan Kiersen in 1660. The second daughter Hendrickje was also born in Holland, arrived in 1660, and married Albert Albertse TERHUNE, who married two times after Hendrickje's death, 2nd to Weyntie BRICKERS (my line), and 3rd to Marritie DE GRAVES (also my line)

Steven Koerts acquired the equipment necessary for the brewing business, so it is assumed that he followed this business. Unfortunately, the Flatlands (Flatbush) Reformed Dutch Church has few early records, but Steven Coert and his wife are listed as members of the Church in 1677. It is known, however, that he was appointed a magistrate in 1664 and on March 19, 1664, with Elbert Elbertse (STOOTHOFF), he represented Nieuw Amersfoort in the Provincial Assembly. In October 1667 Steven Coertes with others, patented the town of Flatlands.
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Date: Sat Nov 30 16:33:09 1996
Name: Geraldine Leech
E- mail: geri-leech.jup.fl.@worldnet.att.net>
Address: 1005 Mohawk st. Jupiter Fl. 33458
Surname of Immigrant: Josselyn
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Origin of Immigrant: Bollinghatch,Essex,England
Name of Ship: Increase
Arrival Date: 1635

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1591-2 Essex, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Lancaster, Mass.Jan. 3, 1660-1
Immigrant's Spouse: Rebecca Marlow
Source of Information: The History of the Jocelyn,Josselyn Joslyn Family
Immigrant's Children:
Rebecca brn abt 1617 Dorothy brn abt 1624 Nathaniel brn abt 1627 Elizabeth brn abt 1629 Notes: The book about the Joslyn family,however you spell it is written by Eith Wessler. Thomas and family settled in Sudbury Mass., then helped pioneer lacaster ma. His decendents are scattered all over the New England area.My GGGrandfather Willis Joslyn lived in Darien New york. My GGrandfather James (Edward or Eugene) and his brother Lee Everett Joslyn lived in Mi. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Nov 30 19:41:33 1996
Name: Zada Jones
E- mail: zadamae@ez2.net
Address: 14575 Amorose St Lk Elsinore, Ca 92530
Surname of Immigrant: Willem Symonsen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Willem or William La Blau (Blant,Blan)
Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, Holland
Name of Ship: "Fox" Captian Jacob Janss Huys
Arrival Date: August 31, 1662

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1632, Amsterdam, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death:
Immigrant's Spouse: Janneken Barentsen
Source of Information: Stillwell (1903) vol.1,Cencus of SIP 149. BX Reg. Dutch Church, pg 57, Hugue,ect
Immigrant's Children: Aert Simonson born;February 19, 1678 died; February 18, 1753 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Dec 1 02:37:11 1996
Name: S. M. Vroman Jr
E- mail: vroman@smartnet.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Vrooman
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrik
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1652

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: ?
Immigrant's Children:

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Date: Sun Dec 1 13:37:19 1996
Name: Darwina S. Michael
E- mail:
Address: 1 Parkview Drive Avon NY 14414
Surname of Immigrant: COVERT
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Teunis Janszen
Origin of Immigrant: Lommel Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1651

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1620 Lommel Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ca 1693 Brooklyn NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Barbara Lucas Van Kessel
Source of Information: Book of Marriages for Heemstede Reformed Dutch Church; Somerset County Gen. Quarterly Sept 1991 Vol 8; No. 3
Immigrant's Children:
Lucas; bp 24 Feb 1647, Heemstede, Holland; m 27 Aug 1682, Barbara Sprong (Flat. VC:14)
Jannetje, bp 29 Mar 1648, Heemstede Holland; m Jan Hansen (Bergen) (KgCo.C,2:295
Aechje, bp 10 Sep 1649, Heemstede Holland; m ca 1673 Dirck Paulszen (Hoff)
Jan, bp 15 Jan 1651, Heemstede Holland; m ca 1689 Jannetje Brokaw
Sara, bp 20 Apr 1653, New Amsterdam, (BDC I:34); m 7 April 1680 Arent Fredrickszen (Blom) (MDC:47);
Marritje, bp 20 Dec 1654 New Amsterdam (BDC I:38); m 26 Nov 1682 Jean Mesurolle, Jr. (Flat.VC:15)
Aeltje, born ca 1658 Breuckelen, Long Island; m 18 May 1679, Willem Post (MDC:45)
Annetje, bp 28 Aug 1661 Breuckelen, Long Island (DCB:110); m 16 Apr 1687 Gerret Sprong (Flat. VC:29)
Maurits, bp 5 Dec 1663, Breuckelen, Long Island (DCB:113); m ca April 1690 Antie Fontyn (Flat. VC:34)

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Date: Sun Dec 1 18:09:47 1996
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: BANTA
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Epke Jacobs
Origin of Immigrant: In the vicinity of Harlingen, province of Friesland, Netherlands
Name of Ship: De Trouw (The Faith)
Arrival Date: On 12 February 1659 Ship List

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1619, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Aft. October 1686, Probably Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Sitske Dirksdr
Source of Information: Banta Genealogy, A Frisian Family by Theodore M. Banta and Banta Pioneers and Rec. of Their Wives by Elsa Banta
Immigrant's Children: In Probable Birth Order:
1. Cornelius Epke BANTA, b. ca. 1653, Minnertsga, West Friesland, Netherlands, d. bef. 20 May 1719 Bergen Co., NJ. (will probate). Marr. 1) Jannetie DE PRE 2nd) Magdalena DEMAREST 18 Nov. 1699 Hackensack Dutch Reformed Church, NJ, 3rd) Abeltie SLOTH 1 March 1719 Hackensack Dutch Reformed Church. MY line is with wife Magdalena DEMAREST.
2. Siba/Seba Epke BANTA, b. ca. 1655 Oosterbierum, Friesland, Netherlands, d. aft. 1700. Marr. Marytje Ariaense SIPS 6 Nov. 1678 Bergen Dutch Reformed Church (now Jersey City).
3. Hendrik Epke BANTA, b. ca. 1656 Minnertsga, Friesland, Netherlands, d. aft. 19 July 1717. Marr. 1) Maritje Lubbertse WESTERVELT 17 Nov. 1678 Bergen Dutch Reformed Church (now Jersey City) 2nd) Angenitie HENDRICKS 13 Jan. 1696 Hackensack Dutch Reformed Church.
4. Dirk Epke BANTA, b. ca. 1657 Minnertsga, Friesland, Netherlands, d. aft. 15 Oct. 1717. Marr. Hester Hanse DIDRICKS 3 Oct. 1681 Bergen Dutch Reformed Church (now Jersey City).
5. Wiert Epke BANTA, b. ca. 1658, Minnertsga, Friesland, Netherlands, d. bef. 15 Sept. 1696. Marr. Geertje Jillis MANDEVILLE 3 Oct. 1681 Bergen Dutch Reformed Church (now Jersey City).

Notes: The ancestor of the BANTA family in America, Epke JACOBS, was a farmer who lived in the vicinity of Harlingen, an important seaport of Friesland, the most northern of the provinces of the Netherlands. Upon arrival in America, Epke JACOBS probably settled in Flushing, Long Island, NY and was an innkeeper according to New York records. About 1671 he had a mill in the adjoining town of Jamaica, NY.

Subsequently, Epke JACOBS removed to New Jersey, settling at Bergen, (Now Jersey City), probably prior to 1675. In 1681 he purchased land at Hackensack, Bergen Co., NJ. A deed, not recorded, for property at what is now called Ridgefield Park, on the east side of the river, two miles below Hackensack, was in existence a number of years ago. It was dated 17 June 1685 and was made by Epke JACOBS to Hendrick Joris Brinckerhoff, in the possession of whose descendants the land remained for 200 years. (The deed was kept in an old oaken chest in the Brinckerhoff homestead.) The late James Riker examined this deed for the signature of Epke JACOBS.

The descendants of Epke JACOBS came to be known by the surname BANTA. The first appearance of the surname BANTA, as far as is known, is 22 August 1696, when Jannetie Cornelese BANTA married Johannes MEYER.
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Date: Mon Dec 2 06:47:09 1996
Name: Lynn A. Gunsaulus
E- mail: lguns@ix.netcom.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Gonsalis
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Manuel
Origin of Immigrant: The Netherlands
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1690

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1660, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Wurtsboro, NY 1752
Immigrant's Spouse: Marritje Davids (1), Rebekka Westvaal (2)
Source of Information: Primary documents, Pearson's "Schenectady"
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Was in Schenectady during fire in 1690. Later resided Mamakating, Sullivan Cty., NY; first white settler of Sullivan County. Property on Hussey's Hill, purchased from Frederick Hussey. Alternate name spellings: Gunsalus, Gonsalus, Consalus --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Dec 2 09:38:32 1996
Name: Irene Hutchison
E- mail: iHutchi@251aol.com
Address: 28 Tremont St Apt 2 Concord NH 03301
Surname of Immigrant: Thomas VanDermark
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas VanDermark (also spelled VanMercken)
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1667

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Holland in 1643
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death:
Immigrant's Spouse: Jacomynje Jacobs
Source of Information: public records, bapt. records,
Immigrant's Children: Arie
about 1675 spouse Saartje Bond (Sara Bond) Jacob
about 1677 spouse Jannetjen Sluyter Jannetie bap Marbletown Jan 12, 1679 spouse Nicolaas Keetyn 1699 Bastian bap Kingston Sep 4, 1681 Dowie bap Hurley Aug 20, 1682 Aarontje bap Kingston July 28, 1684 Theophilus bap Kingston July 28, 1684 (possible twin of Aarontje) Eycke bap Kingston Feb 20, 1687 spouse jacobus Bos Dec 6, 1711 Records of other children not available in total Thomas and Jacomynje had seven sons and three daughters.

Notes: The name VanDermark was spelled many different ways. The other spellings are Vandermark, VanDemarrick, and fan deamarken. The Van Der Marks were located in Marbletown, NY. It is believed that Thomas was a passenger or stow-away on the Half Moon. ---------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Dec 2 22:46:34 1996
Name: Linda Kilbourne
E- mail: randl@matnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Von (H)Arp
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Peter
Origin of Immigrant: Rotterdam, Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1642

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1622 Rotterdam, Holland?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Aunt Florence M. Smith
Immigrant's Children: son - Michael marries mohawk girl 1750-1760; grandson - Michael - born 1763, died 1860, married ___Wilcox, enlisted in Revolutionary War 1776 (from government records); great or great-great-grandson Joseph born in New York State in 1825 and died in 1910. --------------------------------------------------

Note From Lorine: "VON" is German. "VAN" is Dutch. I think there is an error in your data. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Dec 3 13:03:37 1996
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: ACKERMAN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: David
Origin of Immigrant: Oss, Nord Brabant, Dutch Republic
Name of Ship: Vos
Arrival Date: 14 Nov. 1662

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1618 Oss, Nord Brabant, Dutch Republic
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Bef. 6 Jan. 1663 New Amsterdam or possibly at sea in 1662.
Immigrant's Spouse: Elisabeth Bellier
Source of Information: The Ackerman Family compiled by Barbara W. Tobey, Vols. I and II, 1980 and 1988.
Immigrant's Children: 1. Anneken Davidse ACKERMAN, b. June 1642, bp. 31 July 1642 Den Bosch, Dutch Reformed Church, Dutch Republic. (Went by the surname DAVIDSE for baptisms of children.) Marr. (banns) 28 June 1664 New Amsterdam, Dutch Reformed Church, NY Nathaniel PIETERS. (HENION). Died aft. 1688.
2. Johannes ACKERMAN b. 1645 Den Bosch, Nord Brabant, Dutch Republic, bp. 21 March 1645 De Groote Kerk Ref. Church, Den Bosch. Nothing further is known about this son.
3. Laurens ACKERMAN, b. ca. 1650 at Geffen, near Den Bosch, Nord Brabant, Netherlands. Bp. 12 June 1650, same place. Marr. 3 Aug. 1679 Bergen (now Jersey City) Dutch Reformed Church, NJ Geertje EGBERTS. Died aft. 1696.
4. David ACKERMAN, b. Sept. 1653 at Geffen, Nord Brabant, Netherlands, bp. 5 Oct. 1653, same place. Marr. 13 March 1680 (license) New York City, Hillegont VERPLANCK. Died bef. 4 June 1724. (Will probate) THIS is one of my lines.
5. Lodowyck ACKERMAN, b. ca. 1656 prob. at Berlicum, Nord Brabant, Netherlands. Marr. 1) (banns) 24 Dec. 1681 Kingston Dutch Reformed Church, Ulster Co., NY Jannetie BLEYCK (BLACK) Marr. 2) 18 April 1699 New York Dutch Reformed Church, NY, Hillegond BOSCH. Died bef. 10 Jan. 1724.
6. Abraham ACKERMAN, b. 3 May 1659 Berlicum, Nord Brabant, Netherlands, bp. 15 May 1659, same place. Marr. 28 May 1683 Flatbush, Long Island, NY Aeltie VAN LAER. (Marriage recorded at NY Dutch Reformed Church as Breuckelen. Also recorded at Bergen DRC.) Died aft. 1704. THIS is another one of my lines.

Notes: David ACKERMAN was the son of Laurens Hendrickse ACKERMAN and his wife, Janneke. He married Elisabeth BELLIER, the daughter of Jean BELLIER and Catherine HERQUE on 16 Sept. 1641. David and Elisabeth were living in Berlicum, North Brabant, a few miles south of Oss and Geffen, when they decided to emigrate to America. The Dutch West Indies Company ledger for this trip is still preserved in the New York State Archives in the State Library at Albany, NY.

Unfortunately, David did not get to enjoy the new world of America, as he died probably in 1662 at sea, but definitely before 6 Jan. 1663 when his wife Lizabeth and their oldest child, daughter Anneken, joined the church in New Amsterdam. Elizabeth was a resourceful, hard working woman and raised these children on her own, on what was later Whitehall Street, NYC. Lisbet served beer and some food, and traded a few beaver pelts to make money. She didn't remarry until 29 Jan. 1668, now at the age of 52, to Kier WOLTHERS. She and her boys moved to Harlem, just north of NYC, to his farm. Sadly, she died a couple of months later.
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Date: Tue Dec 3 18:21:14 1996
Name: James C. Slack
E- mail: jcslack@prodigy.com
Address: 8420 Christiana Lane Indianapolis, In 46256
Surname of Immigrant: Slecht
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelius Barentse
Origin of Immigrant: Woerden, Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1652

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Tyrntje Tysse Bos
Source of Information: Book: 6474 Slack Relatives by Roscoe C. Keeney, Jr
Immigrant's Children:
Jan Slecht batized 3-6-1643 in Holland
Jacomyntre Slecht batized 7-25-1645 in Holland
Annetje Slecht batized 10-18-1647 in Holland, wife of Cornelius Hoogeboom
Hendrick Cornelius Slecht took oath of allegiance on 9-26-1687
Mattys Slecht married Marie Crespel
Petronella Slecht married Jochem Schoonmacher Notes: Cornelius Barentse Slecht settled in Kingston, NY. He was appointed to the Board of Schepens by Gov. Peter Stuyvesant. The names of both Mr. and Mrs. Slecht appear on a marble plaque in the vestibule of the Old Dutch Church in Kingston. In 1684, Mr. Slecht was married to Elsje Jans, widow os Hendrick Jochensen Schoonmacher. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Dec 4 17:04:39 1996
Name: Cindy Winkler
E- mail: cindy@capital.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: QUACKENBOSCH
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship: The Graeff
Arrival Date: May 1653

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1614 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Maritje Ariens/Arienz
Source of Information: "The Quackenbush Family in America" & Mom
Immigrant's Children:
Maritje b. 1640 m. Marten Corneliessen Van Buren
Johannes . 1642 m. Machteld Post
Wouter b. 1644 m. Neeltje Gysbertse Van den Berg
Nelletje (Petronella) b. 1650 m. Albert Jans Ryckman
Reynier b. 1652 m1. Lysbeth Jans Masten m2. Claesje Jacobs Stille
Annetje b. 1658 m. Hendrick Maartensen Beeckman
Magdalena b. 1660 Jonas Volkertse Douw
Jannetje b. 1663 m. Jacob Cornelius Bogaert Notes: Pieter Quackenbosch (aka Bont) was the first Quackenbosch settler in New York. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Dec 5 10:06:38 1996
Name: Connie Bailey
E- mail: cbailey@ftcnet.com
Address: R.R. 1, S-1, C-31, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0
Surname of Immigrant: Gardenier
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Jacobsen
Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1670

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1637, ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Sara Janse Van Bremen
Source of Information: LDS records
Immigrant's Children: Joyntje Gardenier, 1670, Albany Co. Alida Gardenier, 1674, Albany Co. Ariaantje Gardenier, 1678, Albany Co. Jacob Gardenier, 22 Dec.1681, Albany Co. Helena Gardenier, 13 Feb. 1687, Albany Co. Jan Gardenier, 12 May 1689, Albany Co. Cornelia Gardenier, 11 Oct. 1691, Albany Co.

Notes: This family lived in Albany County, New York possibly in the Kinderhook area. Their records are apparently with the Dutch Reform Church. I have been unable to search these records myself. Ariaantje Gardenier married John Woodcock on the 19th of May 1702,in Kinderhook, Albany County, NY. John Woodcock was born in New York State about 1675. If anyone has information on this family I would appreciate hearing from them. --------------------------------------------------

Note From Lorine: The Jan Jacobse you are seeking is in Pearson's Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany on pp 52-23. Jan was the s/o Jacob Jansz Gardenier aka Flodder who came to Beverwyck as early as 1638. Jacob was md. to Josyna unkown and then to Barentje Stratsmans. You need to be looking under Flodder as well as Gardenier for this family.


Date: Fri Dec 6 01:28:12 1996
Name: Lorine McGinnis Schulze
E- mail: lschulze@bconnex.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Slyke/Van Slicht
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Cornelis Antonissen
Origin of Immigrant: Breuckelen, Netherlands
Name of Ship: De Endracht
Arrival Date: May 1634

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: circa 1604 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Dec. 1676 NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Ots-Toch, a Mohawk woman
Source of Information: The Van Slyke Family in America by Lorine McGinnis Schulze; Early Records of the city and county of Albany and colony of Rensellaerswyck by AJF Van Laer; Early Settlers of Renselaerswyck by AJF Van Laer; and many more!!
Immigrant's Children:
Marten Mouris/Mauritz b. ca 1635 Canajoharie NY d ca 1662
Jacques Cornelise aka Akes aka It-sy-cho-sa-quash-ka b ca 1640 Canajoharie d 11 May 1690 Albany NY m. Grietje Harmanse Ryckman - my line
Hilletie Cornelise b ca 1644 Canajoharie d 1707 NY m Pieter Danielse Van Olinda
Lea Cornelise b ca 1646 Canajoharie NY d 1692 Port Jackson NY m1 Claes Willemse Van Coppernol m2 Jonathon Stevens

All of Cornelis and Ots- Toch's children were born and raised in the Mohawk village at Canajoharie. My ancestor Jacques/Akes, went on to live in Schenectady but escaped the massacre there in Feb. 1690 only to die a few months later of pneumonia.

Jacques and his two sisters were well-known interpreters for the state of NY, as was their father, Cornelis.

Notes:

Cornelis Antonissen Van Slyke signed his name Van Slicht but was known as

  • Broer Cornelis
  • Cornelis Antonissen van Breuckelen
  • Cornelis Antonissen Van Slijk
  • Cornelis Teunissen
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Date: Fri Dec 6 11:50:21 1996
Name: WILLIAM C. VARIAN
E- mail: VARIANWC
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Varian
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Isacc
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 31Dec 1690

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Holland 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Place of death: New York City
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth De Voe
Source of Information: D.A.R. records
Immigrant's Children:
Isacc
Michael
Richard
Jacob

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Date: Sat Dec 7 06:50:06 1996
Name: Steve Stapor
E- mail: SStapor@aol.com
Address: 807 Ave M SE Winter Haven, FL 33880-4525
Surname of Immigrant: Knickerbocker
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harman Jans
Origin of Immigrant: The Netherlands
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1674

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 18 March 1647 The Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 17 June 1707 Albany, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth Bogert
Source of Information: Various inc. LDS I.G.I. and Family Registry
Immigrant's Children: Lourens Knickerbocker b. 3 May 1681 Renselaerwyck, NY md. 1707 Albany, NY - Marijke Dyckman --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Dec 7 09:09:34 1996
Name: Liana Brittain
E- mail: shfahie@magi.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: VANDERHEYDEN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacob Mathyssen
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1653

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: circa 1615, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1680/90 Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Anna HALS
Source of Information: "The Record" Oct 1914 pg 308 & Jan 1915 pg 9 author - Richard Schermerhorn Jr.
Immigrant's Children:
(m) Matthys b.1656 New Amsterdam, NY m. Anna Margaretha HERMANS
(m) Dirk b. 1662 Albany, NY m. Rachel Jochemse KETELUYN 9 Mar 1687
(f) Caatje b. 1664 Albany, NY m. Pierre de GARMO
(f) Geesje b. 1667 Albany, NY m. Abraham KIP 16 Jan.1687
(m) Johannes b. 1672 Albany, NY m. Mary WOODARD 9 Jan. 1697
(f) Cornelia b. 1673 Albany, NY
(f) Ariantje b. 1674 Albany, NY
(f) Anna b. 1675 Albany, NY m. Paulus MILLER 17 Feb. 1695

Notes: Jacob Vanderheyden resold a lot on Broadway, New Amsterdam in 1653 at which time he returned to Amsterdam,Holland and married Anna Hals. By 1658 he returned to New York and was employed as a tailor. His father was Matthys Vanderheyden, who may have been the son of Cornelis Jacobsen Vanderheyden and Sarah Janssen Van Duren of Sevenborgen, Brabant, Holland. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Dec 7 15:28:00 1996
Name: James Tallman Krom
E- mail: jkrom@erols.com
Address: 2229 Wild Oak Crescent Virginia Beach, VA 23456
Surname of Immigrant: Krom
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Gysbert
Origin of Immigrant: from the Tielderweert
Name of Ship: De Vos (The Fox)
Arrival Date: 31 Aug 1662

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: b.1650 Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: d. 1724 NY
Immigrant's Spouse: m1. Geertie Arrents, m2.Geertie VanVliet, m3.Cornelia Bogert
Source of Information: "Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York" E.B.O'Callaghan & "Krom-Krum Geneology/Desc. of Gysbert Crum (1650-?) of Marbletown, NY" compiled by Louise Hasbrouch Zimm
Immigrant's Children:
1. Catherine bt not recorded; mI Arie VanEtten, mII 6Dec1703 Hendrick Cortreght
2. Willem b1675 in Marbletown, m. 12Nov1699 Wyntje Rosa
3. Dirck bt. not recorded, m. Eva de la Montagne
4. Mayken bt. 31Oct1677, m. 1Feb1702 Jacob Clearwater
5. Gysbert bt. 9Feb1679
6. Henric bt. 9Dec1683, m. Dina Biggs
7. Achie bt. 31Jan1686, m.Aldert Rosa
8. Zacharias bt5Mar1688
9. Lysbeth bt5Mar1688.

Notes: Gysbert Krom was the son of Willem Krom & Maycke Hendricks. He was born in Holland. His father, Willem, died in Holland and Maycke married Jan Joosten Van Miteren. They and their 5 children sailed on De Vos from Amsterdam to New Amsterdam, arriving on 31 Aug 1662. They then travelled up the Hudson River and arrived at the stockaded village of Wiltwyck, now Kingston, NY, where they took up residence. On 7 Jun 1663, Maycke and two of her children were taken by Indians and held captive for 3 months until rescued by a Dutch army under Capt. Martin Kregier. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Dec 8 08:02:43 1996
Name: Liana Brittain
E- mail: shfahie@magi.com
Address: P.O. Box 1551, Almonte, Ontario, Canada K0A 1A0
Surname of Immigrant: (von) Ketelhuyn
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Joachim
Origin of Immigrant: Grimmen, Mechlenburg, Germany
Name of Ship: De Houttyn
Arrival Date: 11 Aug. 1642

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: c 1620, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1682, Albany, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Anna DOUW
Source of Information: "Collections of the History of Albany" Vol. 4 by Jonathan Pearson 1871 Albany, NY and "The Ketel Family" by Sumner Ely Wetmore Kittelle 1946
Immigrant's Children:
(m) Willem b. c1660, Albany, NY/ m. Hilletje Lansing VANDERZEE/ D. 21 Aug. 1746 Saratoga, NY
(f) Rachel Jochemse b. c1665, Albany, NY/ m. Dirk VANDERHEYDEN 9 Mar.1687, Albany, NY/ d. 3 Jan. 1754, Flatts, NY
(f) Maria b. c1669, Albany, NY/ m. Johannea Barentse BRATT 7 May 1693/ d. Oct. 1754, Albany, NY
(m) David b. c1672, Albany, NY/ m. Johanna BRATT 31 Mar. 1695/ d. 20 Oct. 1711
(m) Daniel b. c.1674, Albany,NY/ m. Deborah VIELE 16 Aug. 1695
(f) Anna Notes: Joachim Ketelhuyn left Mechlenburg during the Thirty Years War and drifted to Amsterdam, Holland where he boarded the ship "De Houttyn" for New Amsterdam on 6 Jun.1642. He landed at Fort Orange (Albany) on 11 Aug.1642. Deborah Ketelhuyn, Maria Bratt and Maria's son, Johannes were captured by French Indians and taken to Quebec. Maria's husband, Barentse Bratt, David and Johanna Ketelhuyn, and three of Deborah Ketelhuyn's children were all killed during this massacre on 20 Oct. 1711, at their homestead. Daniel Ketelhuyn went to Quebec and ransomed back his wife, sister and nephew. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Dec 12 15:57:47 1996
Name: John Kelly
E- mail: johnk@spectrumdata.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Depui
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Nicholas
Origin of Immigrant: Paris, France
Name of Ship: DePurmerlander Kerk (Purmerlander Church)
Arrival Date: 12 October 1662

Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1625, Paris Fr.
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1690 New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Catherina Renard (DeVos)
Source of Information: "DePuy/DePue Family History" by Leroy Beck DePuy
Immigrant's Children: John DePuy 1655-1732 (abt) Moses DePuy Nicholas DePuy b abt 1660 Joseph DePuy b. abt 1663 Aaron DePuy b. abt 1664 Magdelena DePuy b. abt 1667 Susanna DePuy b. abt 1669 Notes: Other spellings: DePue, Depui,Depew.


 
 

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