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Date: Sun Dec 29 12:23:34 1996
Name: Sue Hawes
E- mail: sue.hawes@hamptons.com
Address: 41 White Oak Lane Southampton, NY 11968
Surname of Immigrant: Van Deventer
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Pietersze
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1662
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Overyssel, abt 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Brooklyn, NY ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Hoogeboom
Source of Information: New Utrecht Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn
Immigrant's Children: Jacobus Notes:

Date: Wed Jan 1 08:19:47 1997
Name: Barbara McCormick
E- mail: mac311@wilmington.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Longacre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anders Longacre
Origin of Immigrant: Sweden
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1643
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Sweden & 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: USA &?
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalena Cock
Source of Information: Family Bible
Immigrant's Children: Israel Peter married Barbara Nilsdotter. Peter was born in 1682 and died before May 24, 1739

Date: Wed Jan 1 16:48:24 1997
Name: Kenneth Clayton
E- mail: kclayton@erols.com Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van der Loosdrecht
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Willemszen Origin of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: De St. Jan Baptist
Arrival Date: 9 May 1661
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Anna Hendricks
Source of Information: New Jersey Genealogical Magazine, Vol 49, p 3
Immigrant's Children: Willem Janse Loserecht b ca1642 m Belitje Tyson
Notes: Jan Willemszen Van der Loosdrecht, his wife, and two sons landed at New Amsterdam, May 9 1661, aboard Capt. Jan Bergen's ship, De St. Jan Baptist. The family subsequently moved to Bergen, NJ.

Date: Thu Jan 2 08:05:05 1997
Name: D. Mullen
E- mail: N/A Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Schoonmaker
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick Jochemse
Origin of Immigrant: 1624, Hamburg, Germany
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: about 1655
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1624, Hamburg, Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1682, Kingston, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Elsie Janse VanBreestede
Source of Information: Schoonmaher Family Ass. and NYS Library
Immigrant's Children: <1. Jochem B. 1655 M. Anna Hossy. They had 7 children. Their child Jochem, his sponsors were Augustus Jay and his wife Ana Maria Bayards. Their grandson was John Jay the 1st. Chief Justice of the U.S. The father Jochem was of the rank of Captain in the 1700 NY Army Militia in the counties of Ulster and Dutchess in a Foot Company.> <2. Egbert b. 1658 He was the rank of Capt. in the 1700 NY Army Militia in the Counties of Ulster and Dutchess of the troop of horses.> <3. Engeltje B. 1663. She married Nicolaes Antoni.> <4. Hendrick B.May 17, 1665. He married Gertruy De Witt Mar. 24, 1687. This is my line.> <5. Volckerte B.May 17, 1665.>
Notes: Hendrick Jochemse Schoonmaker, a native of Hamburg, Germany who came to America in the military service of Holland, settling in Albany about 1655, where he kept an inn. He was a man of considerable social and financial standing, purchased a great deal of property and loaned money to Gov. Peter Stuyvesant " in time of need". A lieutenant in the command of his Hoble Honor, the Director General, he defended Esopus from the Indians in 1659 and Later moved there, disposing of his Albany property. He continued to be prominent in military affairs, and though wounded, fought bravely and well in the Indian outbreak of June 7, 1663. He also lead the Dutch burgers in their mutiny against the English garrison. He died about 1981.

Date: Thu Jan 2 14:54:18 1997
Name: David Roosa
E- mail: dcroosa@syr.edu Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Roosa
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aldert
Origin of Immigrant: Gelderland, Netherlands
Name of Ship: Spotted cow
Arrival Date: 1652
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1620 gelderland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Kingston, NY
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Book, History on New York?
Immigrant's Children:

Date: Fri Jan 3 07:08:25 1997
Name: Lorine McGinnis Schulze
E- mail: lschulze@bconnex.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: UZIELE/USILE
Given name(s) of Immigrant: David
Name of Ship: Verguilde Otter (Gilded Otter)
Arrival Date: 1660
Origin of Immigrant: France > West Indies > Mannheim Germany > Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1635 Calais France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1686 Poughkeepsie NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Marie Casier
Source of Information: James T. Riker's Revised History of Harlem
Immigrant's Children:

  • 1.Pierre aka Pieter UZIELE b. 14 Jan. 1660 Mannheim Germany m. Cornelia Janse DAMEN (d/o Jan Cornelise DAMEN & Sophia/Fytie MARTENSE of Flatbush NY) on 6 Apr 1686 Brooklyn NY - This is my line
  • 2. Maria Magdalena D'USILE aka Magdeleine GILLE bpt 3 Dec. 1662 NY m. 1684 Abraham LE ROUX s/o Abraham LE ROUX & Jeanne DU FOUR

There is great confusion over Maria who md. Abraham LE ROUX, and Maria UZIELE aka Maria Oeyke who married my ancestor Leonard-Remi/Treny LE ROY, called by the Dutch first - Jonar LARUA then Jonas LARROWAY.

The Maria who md. Jonas LARROWAY began having children in 1704 and was still having them in 1723 at which time the Maria bpt 1662 was 61 years old.

The Maria who did marry Jonas LARROWAY, was Maria the daughter of Pieter UZIELLE & Cornelia DAMEN. This Maria was born ca 1686 in NY and at her marriage to Jonas in 1703 was listed as Maria Oyecke Zielle. Zielle is a variation on the UZIELE name.


Notes: The UZIELEs are a registered Huguenot line. I welcome any and all exchanges of information on this family or its collateral lines.

Date: Fri Jan 3 15:27:39 1997
Name: Jim Hageman
E- mail: hageman@sunline.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hegeman
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Adriaen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1650
Origin of Immigrant: Amterdam, No Holl, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1639
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Apr 1672
Immigrant's Spouse: Catherine Margits
Source of Information: Various books
Immigrant's Children:

  • Joseph
  • Hendricus
  • Jacobus
  • Abraham
  • Denijse
  • Isaac
  • Benjamin
  • Elizabeth
  • John
  • Peter

Notes: Settled in the flatlands in NY around 1650

Date: Fri Jan 3 17:04:09 1997
Name: Teresa LeBoeuf
E- mail: martal@MNsi.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Roelofsen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anneke
Name of Ship: De Eendracht
Arrival Date: 1633
Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1605
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1663; Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: 1st Jans Roelofsen, 2nd Domine Everardus Bogardus
Source of Information: Mary Elizabeth McKay's Family Tree
Immigrant's Children:

  • Sarah(Lana)Roeloffson,(b.Dec. 3, 1630)married Hans Kierstead
  • Catherine Roeloffson, (b.Sept. 7, 1634)married Johannas Van Brugh
  • Fytze Roeloffson, (b.Nov. 9, 1635)married Pieter Hartgers
  • Jans(John)Roeloffson (b.Dec.5, 1636)

Date: Sat Jan 4 20:01:42 1997
Name: E-mail: Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Aartse
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aert
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1698
Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Tarrytown NY? or Queen's County
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria
Source of Information: Loyalist Lineages of Canada p. 816
Immigrant's Children: Joseph Orser b. 27 August 1723 d. Tarrytown NY c.1783, Aartse's spouse Maria Did the Aartse family change their name to Orser?When? Try the old Dutch Church in Tarrytown. Some descendants were mentioned in baptisms.Joseph Orser married Annetje Jurrckes 3 September, 1745 in Tarrytown NY. She left for Kingston around 1783 as a result of the Revolutionary War, known in Loyalist liniages as the Widow Orser I believe.

Date: Sat Jan 4 22:19:06 1997
Name: Geri Coppernoll Couchman
E- mail: grccouch@jeffnet.org
Address: 6431 Adams Road Talent, OR 97540
Surname of Immigrant: Coppernol
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claes Willemse Van Coppernol
Name of Ship: Faith (?)
Arrival Date: before 1670
Origin of Immigrant: Hollandor Belgium
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1654
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Schenectady, New York, 1690
Immigrant's Spouse: Leah Van Slyck
Source of Information: "The Coppernoll Family in America" Vol II
Immigrant's Children: William, b. March 1688, at Schenectady, N. Y. Bapt. May 22, 1691: d. Dec. 24, 1787, age 99 years, 9 months at Stone Arabia, NY.
Notes: Coppernoll geneology for the next 10 generations can be read about in "The Coppernoll Family in American."

Date: Sun Jan 5 11:34:56 1997
Name: Don Westover
E- mail: hwestover@esn.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Westover
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jonas
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: "before 1664"
Origin of Immigrant: Taunton, Somerset, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1628
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1708 Simsbury, Hartford, Ct
Immigrant's Spouse: Hannah Ann Griswold
Source of Information: Frances L Hunt
Immigrant's Children:

  • Jonah (Jonas) Westover b. 1664 d. 3 Jun 1714
  • Margaret Westover b. 1665
  • Hannah Westover b.1668
  • Elizabeth Westover b. 1670
  • Jane Westover b. 1672
  • Samuel Westover b. 1674
  • Mary Westover b. 1676
  • Jonathan Westover b. 1678 d. 1748 Notes:

Date: Sun Jan 5 12:13:46 1997
Name: Richard E. Westfall E-mail: RWEST234 Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Van Vestvael
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Juriaen
Name of Ship: Den Houttyn
Arrival Date: 04 Aug 1642
Origin of Immigrant: Prussia
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Rhine Valley 1629
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Kingston NY 1669
Immigrant's Spouse: Maritje Hanson
Source of Information: Will and other documents
Immigrant's Children:

    Rymerick Johannes Abel born 1661 Symen born 1663 Elsjen born 1666

Notes: Residence New Amsterdam, Popsichine Island NY, three of his children were bapitized Kingston Ny

Date: Mon Jan 6 08:14:13 1997
Name: john prink
E- mail: detunit@Pacbell.net
Address: 403 highland avenue, piedmont california 94611
Surname of Immigrant: van Trelang Prins
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Blois or Paul
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699
Origin of Immigrant: waginingen, the netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1670 wginingen netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: vernon prink, distant uncle
Immigrant's Children: ?
Notes: family name of prink first appears in handwritten census books discovered in ny public library in 1799. pre 1799, information on link between van Trelang Prins and Prink is through family story. family history on prink has been nearly completed since late 1980's however, no information exists prior to 1799. family name was changed sometime between point of entry to "neiuw amsterdam" and 1799 when name firstappears as prink. information provided to me during family history investigation revealed that the reason for the family name change was due to british rule at that time and the family wanting to somewhat "disquise" themselves. interested in finalizing the family history.

Date: Mon Jan 6 08:16:12 1997
Name: john prink
E- mail: detunit@Pacbell.net
Address: 403 highland avenue, piedmont california 94611
Surname of Immigrant: van Trelang Prins
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Blois or Paul
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699
Origin of Immigrant: waginingen, the netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1670 wginingen netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: vernon prink, distant uncle
Immigrant's Children: ?
Notes: family name of prink first appears in handwritten census books discovered in ny public library in 1799. pre 1799, information on link between van Trelang Prins and Prink is through family story. family history on prink has been nearly completed since late 1980's however, no information exists prior to 1799. family name was changed sometime between point of entry to "neiuw amsterdam" and 1799 when name firstappears as prink. information provided to me during family history investigation revealed that the reason for the family name change was due to british rule at that time and the family wanting to somewhat "disquise" themselves. interested in finalizing the family history.

Date: Mon Jan 6 16:42:51 1997
Name: Glen A. Swartz
E- mail: GlSwartz@aol.com
Address: 7832 Waverley Mill Ct Gainesville, VA 20155-1755
Surname of Immigrant: SWART
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Teunis Cornelisse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: bef 1650
Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1625, prob. Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1680/81 Schenectady
Immigrant's Spouse: Leysebeth Van der Linden
Source of Information: 1) PEARSON, Johnathan (1813-1887). "Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, from 1630 to 1800." p107 2) PEARSON. "Contributions for the Genealogies of the Decendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800." pp179-184 3) PEARSON. "A History of the Schenectady Patent in the Dutch and English Times; Being Contributions Toward a History of the Lower Mohawk Valley." pp67, 149- 151 4) REYNOLD, Cuyler, ed. "Hudson-Mohawk Genealogy and Family Memoris." pp1117-1120 5) SMIT J.W. and Pamela Smit, eds. "The Dutch in America 1609-1970." p108 6) TEPPER, Michael. ed. "New World Immigrands: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists and Associated Data from Periodical Literature." p116. 7) ANJOU, Gustave, Ph.D. "Ulster County, NY, Abstract of Probate Records, County Clerks Office at Kingston, NY." vol I, p74. 8) "The Swart Family.: pp8-21, Dutch Settlers Society Yearbook 1963-64, vol 39. 9) BURKE, Thomas E., Ph.D. "Arent Van Curler and the Early Fur Trade at Schenectady." pp5-15. Dutch Settlers Society, Yearbook 1984, vol 49. 11) etc.
Immigrant's Children:

  • (F) Neeltje, b abt 1650, d ? m William Abrahamse Tietsoort, 1673, Kingston, NY
  • (M) Cornelis Teunis, b 14 Oct 1652, d aft 1722 Albany, m1 Jacmyntje Fynhout >m2 Anna Maria Decker
  • (M) Esaias Teunissen, b 7 Dec 1653, d aft 1716 Schenctady, m Eva Teunisse Van Woert 7 Sep 1687 at Albany, NY
  • (F) Jacomyntje, b abt 1655, d 25 May 1713, m1 Peiter Cornelissen Viele abt 1675, m2 Benony Arentse Van Hoeck, m3 Cornelis Fynhout
  • (F) Pieternelle, b abt 1657, d abt 1734, m Gerrit Adrianse Van Vliet abt 1680
  • (M) Teunis, b abt 1659, d ?, m Lysbeth Gardenier 1692 Kingston, NY
  • (F) Marytje Theunase, b abt 1661, d ?, m Claes Lourens Van Der Volgen
  • (M) Frederick, b abt 1663, d y?
  • (M) Adam, b abt 1665, d aft 1716 Kinderhook, Ulster Co, NY, m Metje Willemse Van Slyck 15 Jan 1689/90 Albany, NY
  • (F) Jannetje, b abt 1667, d 1719, m Wouter Strom Van der Zee 2 Jul 1695 Albany, NY

Notes: wife: Leysebeth Van der Linden, m1 Teunis Cornelisse Swart, m2 Jacob Meese Vrooman 1683, m3 Wouter Albertsen Van der Uythoff 14 Oct 1691, no children by 2nd or 3rd marr. 1676, 11 Aug; appointed Judge in Schenectady. Will - 21 Jul 1677 Kingston (see ANJOU). Patent 309, 16 July 1664, Schenectady, 24 morgans (48 acres) lot #10, confirmed 16 Jan 1667. Other deeds. Teunis Cornelisse Swart may have arrived with a brother (Frederic Cornelisse Swart). Leysebeth and Teunis prob marr 1649-51 in either Beverwyck (Albany) or New Amsterdam (New York City). Teunis and Leysebeth resided in Beverwyck prior to arrival at Schenectady.

Date: Tue Jan 7 13:14:59 1997
Name: Douglas Higbee
E- mail: dhigbee@msn.com Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Higbee Given name(s) of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1684
Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth:
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Abigail Adams
Source of Information: Other Genealogy sites
Immigrant's Children:

Date: Tue Jan 7 15:57:21 1997
Name: Glen A. Swartz
E- mail: GlSwartz@aol.com
Address: 7832 Waverley Mill Ct, Gainesville VA 20155-1577
Surname of Immigrant: VROOMAN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Henrick Mess
Name of Ship: De Eendracht (Concord)
Arrival Date: April 1664
Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1624 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 9 Feb 1689/90 Schenectady, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Geetroy JOHANNIS
Source of Information: (1) WICKERSHAM, Grace Vrooman and Ernets Bernard Comstock. "The Vrooman Family in America." pp5,11 (2) PEARSON, Jonathan (1813-1887). "Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, From 1630 to 1800." p146. (3) PEARSON. "Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800." p276 (4) New York Colonial Manuscripts, vol XIV, p87. (5) Albany Annals, vol 79, deeds 11, 848.
Immigrant's Children:

  • (M) Adam b 23 May 1649 bp 14 Sep 1649 Leiden, Southern Province, Netherlands, d 25 Feb 1729/30 Vroman's Land, Schoharie, NY, will: 12 Sep 1729 proved 13 Jun 1730 m1 1678 at Schenectady to Engeltje Bloom m2 18 Nov 1691 to Grietje Harmanse Ryckman m3 13 Jan 1697 to Grietje margrietje Takelse Heemstraat.
  • (F) Eva Henrickse b 1651 Netherlands, d 1706 Kinderhook, Albany Co., NY m?
  • (M) Johannes b abt 1653 Netherlands, d aft 1732 m 4 Jul 1680, Schenectady to Geesje Veeder.
  • (F) Kathyntje b abt 1657 Netherlands, d?
  • (M) Bartholomew b abt 1659 Netherlands, d 9 Feb 1690 Schenectady NY (killed in the massacre at Schenectady).

Notes: 1670 Henrick Mess Vrooman leased a farm from Robert Sanders at Steenrady (now Lansingburg near Troy). 1677 Henrick purchased 24 morgens (abt 40 acres) from Van Curler. 1690 Henrick and his son Bartel were slain in the Schenectady massacre. His two remaining sons, Adam and Jan inherited his estate. none

I>Note From Lorine: Eva Hendrickse VROOMAN married my ancestor Jochem Lambertse VAN VALKENBURG. See VAN VALKENBURG and VROOMAN submissions under my name for further details.

Date: Tue Jan 7 17:32:42 1997
Name: Jane Kuitems
E- mail: kuitemsj@vivanet.com Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Jacobson
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aert
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1653
Origin of Immigrant: Achtienhoven, Utrech, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: About 1620
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Annetje Gerrits
Source of Information: The Ancestory of Garret Conrad VanWagnen in the Five Collateral Lines of Pels, Elting, kVanDenBerg, kTenEyck and Bogart and the Ten allied lines of Slecht, Lansing-Halenbeck, Rapalje, kVanArsdalen-VanSchow, Bergen-Lubbertsen, Bodine-Crocheron by Frank L.
Immigrant's Children:

  • Gerrit Aertsen born 1653 Kingston, N.Y. died after 1717.
  • Neeltje Aertsen Born Achtienhoven, Utrech, Netherlands
  • Grietje Aertsen Born Achtienhoven, Utrech, Netherlands
  • Jacob Aertsen

Notes: His name appears as vanAchtienhoven in an early Albany record. Also two of his daughters are referred to as young woman of Achtienhoven in marriage bans. Achtienhoven meaning 18 farms with Westbroek formed a community. Westbroek is located 4 miles north of the city of Utrech and 10 miles west of Amersfoot.

Date: Tue Jan 7 17:34:23 1997
Name: Jane Kuitems
E- mail: kuitemsj@vivanet.com Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Elting
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before1677
Origin of Immigrant: Beyla or Swichtalaer, Drenthe, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 29 July 1632
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Before 1729
Immigrant's Spouse: Jacomynte Slecht
Source of Information: New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol 10 pp88-89 & 107-110. History of Kingston New York by Schoonmaker (1888) p.479-480; The Ancestry of Garret Conrad vanWagnen in the Five Collateral Lines of Pels, Elting, VandenBerg, TenEyckand Bogart and
Immigrant's Children: Aaltje Elting Sp. Aert Gerritsen VanWagenen
Notes: There was another daughter and three sons by this marriage but VanWagonen does not name them, only indicates they exist.

Date: Wed Jan 8 01:02:15 1997
Name: Judy Tate
E- mail: N/A
Address: 120 W. 24th St. North Wichita, Kansas 67204
Surname of Immigrant: Van Egmond
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Seger
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1643
Origin of Immigrant: Voorhout, Province of North Holland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1570, esstimate
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: not known
Source of Information: Family Bible
Immigrant's Children: Cornelis Van Egmond, b.1599 - Holland d.1678, near AlbanyM married Breckie Jacobson, b.1598 d.April, 1677
Notes: Seger Van Egmond was a brewmaster, land speculator and farmer. Son Cornelis Van Egmond's farm was on an island in the Hudson River.

Date: Wed Jan 8 14:15:32 1997
Name: Pat Shaw
E- mail: pshaw@jorsm.com
Address: 652 N 700 West Hobart, IN 46342
Surname of Immigrant: Roosa
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Albert Heymanse
Name of Ship: Spotted Cow
Arrival Date: 1660
Origin of Immigrant: Herwynen, Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1610-1621 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Feb 27, 1679 Wildwyck, Ulster Co NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Wyntje Ariens DeJongh
Source of Information: Ulster Co Under The Dutch,Ulter Co Probate Records by Anjou, New World Immigrants by Tepper
Immigrant's Children:

  • Hymen Albert Roosa b. ca 1643 Herwijnen, Gelderland, Netherlands d. 1708 >Hurley, Ulster Co NY m. Anna Margriet Rosevelt
  • Arien Roosa b. 1645-1650 in Herwijnen,gelderland, Netherlands
  • Aert Roosa b. abt 1646 in Herwijnen, Gelderland, Netherlands
  • Jan Roosa b. 1651 in Herwijnen, Gelderland, Netherlands m. Hillegondt Willems Van Buren
  • Neeltje Roosa b. 1652-1656 in Herwijnen, Gelderland, Netherlands m. aft Nov 3, 1676 in Marbletown NY to Henry Pawling
  • Eike Roosa b. abt 1653 in Herwijnen, Gelderland, Netherlands m. Roelof Kierstede
  • Mary Roosa b. abt 1654 m. 1672 to Lauren Jansen Low
  • Jannetje Roosa b. 1656-1658 m. November 16, 1679 in Hurley NY to Mathys Ten Eyck
  • Guert Roosa b. 1660-1664 d. June 15, 1664
  • Annetje Roosa b. abt 1662

Notes: Albert Heymanse Roosa was sometimes listed as Allert Heymanse and Aldert Heymans. I am descended from his son Hymen Albert Roosa who married Anna Margriet Rosenvelt daughter of Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt. Albert Heyman lived in Wildwyck and later in Hurley, Ulster Co NY. He appears to have been a feisty individual and his name was often mentioned in court records. He had two daughters kidnapped by the Esopus Indians in the uprising of 1663. He later got both daughters back.

Date: Thu Jan 9 09:30:24 1997
Name: Patricia Van Wagenen Harrison E-mail: JKAA97A@Prodigy.com
Address: 286 Canal Road, Port Jefferaon, NY 11776
Surname of Immigrant: Jacobsen (Van Wageningen)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aert
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1650
Origin of Immigrant: Wageningen, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1625, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: before 1671,probably Esopus, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Annetje Gerrits
Source of Information: Genealogy of "Jacob Aertsen Van Wagenen" by Carl S. Van Wagenen
Immigrant's Children:

  • Neeltje b?, m 6 June 1667 Cornelis Aertsen Fynhout
  • Grietje b abt 1647, m 28 Jan 1669 Jacobus Van Elmendorp
  • Elizabeth b?, m abt 1676 Cornelis Masten
  • Jacob b 14 Feb 1653, m Feb Sara Evertse Pels b 3 July 1659
  • Gerrit b?, m abt 1670 Claartje Pels

Notes: Aert Jacobsen occupied in 1648 a farm in Bethlehem (south of Albany). He leased for 12 years a farm in Greenbush and about 1661 removed to the Esopus. Various decendents took the names Van Wageningen,Van Wagoner,Van Wagenen, Van Wagner.

Date: Thu Jan 9 18:39:33 1997
Name: Brian Bartley
E- mail: bartley@ebtech.net Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Bartley
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jesias, Isias, Esaia, Josiah
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1697
Origin of Immigrant: Windsor, Connecticut
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1672, Windsor, Connecticut
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: after 1717, likely Dutchess Cty, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Cornelia Cornelissen
Source of Information: The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, by Frank J. Doherty and other sources.
Immigrant's Children:

  • Deborah Bartley bp. Jan 30, 1698 Hackensack
  • Cornelis Bartley bp. April 4, 1699 Hackensack
  • Beertie Bartley bp. Oct 13, 1700 Hackensack
  • Benjamin Bartley bp. Dec 7, 1701 Hackensack ;married Neeltje Buys
  • Hendrick Bartley bp. Nov 21, 1703 Kingston, NY ;married 1. Katrina
  • Swartwout 2. Elizabeth Palmatier
  • Elizabeth Bartley b.c. 1705 ;married Harmence Rynders
  • Ephriam Bartley b. July 31, 1709 ;married Margaret Storm

Notes: Jesias Bartley/Bartlett was the grandson of one John Bartlett an early settler of Windsor, Connecticut who arrived there before 1641. The family name seems to have been modified from Bartlett in Connecticut to Bartley in New York. Perhaps this was a Dutch influence? Almost of the family church records from the 1697 marriage of Jesias until the time of the American Revolution are in the Dutch Reformed Church and generally the marriages of this family were to persons of Dutch origin. Most of the descendants of Jesias seem to have moved to Dutchess Cty, starting around 1715 and were resident there until the time of the Revolution. They seem to have been closely associated with the Buys family there. At least two of the sons of Hendrick Bartley, Josiah and Michael were Loyalists who came to Ontario after serving in the KRRNY and settled in Fredericksburg Township.

Date: Fri Jan 10 19:26:42 1997
Name: Dori fulk
E- mail: sfulk@stny.lrun.com
Address: 117 Barnes Hill Road Horseheads, NY 14845 USA
Surname of Immigrant: DORLANDT
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Gerretse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1652
Origin of Immigrant: Utrecht, Netherlands (family from Kortenhoefse)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt. 1629 in Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt. 1711 New Amsterdam (NY)
Immigrant's Spouse: 1) ______JANS 1662-64; 2) Anna REMSEN 1667
Source of Information: "The Dorland Family in America"
Immigrant's Children: Gerret Gerretse b. 1665 Brooklyn;m.Cornelia de BEAUVOIS (only child of first wife)
Notes: Jan Gerretse DORLANDT settled first near the ferry on Fulton Street, and then moved to the village of Bedford (Brooklyn) by 1654. He and his son, Gerret Gerretse, are both mentioned in a number of land transactions in New Amsterdam (sources: Kings County Deeds and NY Genealogical and Historical Register). His name is on the list of those who signed the oath of allegiance to the English government in 1687, and he was elected a town commissioner of Brooklyn that year, a position which he filled till 1701 or later. He was a member of the Reformed Dutch church in Brooklyn 1677 and was an elder there in 1711. Children baptised in this church include Gerret Gerretse, Elias, Samuel, Christina, Gertrude, Rem, Mary, Anna, Elsie, and Jan. The DORLAND family can be traced in Kortenhoef until at least 1500. Before then, one Dutch researcher has traced the family back to Ghijsbrecht van Nijenrode "named Dorlant" & assistant of the "famous Jan van Egmond at Eastern 1419". His father was Gerrit (Gerard) Splinter van Ruwiel, shield-bearer, who m. Maria Persijn van Velsen and d. abt. 1397. Ghijsbrecht was a knight, "Master of Nijenrode, Velzen, Poel, etc." and m. 1) Belia van Leijenburg and 2) a daughter of Otto van der Poel. Ghijsbrecht d. between Aug 3 - Nov. 3 1396. One of Ghijsbrecht's four known children (not necessarily legitimate) was Jan Ghijsberts Dorlant, who is probably the grandfather of Jan Dorland of Kortenhoef. This ancestry certainly accounts for two of the common names encountered in the family: Gerrit & Jan. Our line of Dorlandts moved first to Long Island (near Oyster Bay) and then to Orange County, NY, where Charles DORLAND arrived about the time of the French & Indian War (1756). The family remained in Orange County, NY till the end of the 19th century, when our branch moved back to the NYC area, where I was born.

Date: Sat Jan 11 10:33:47 1997
Name: Michael Gabler
E- mail: mike@aptix.com
Address: 3317 San Saba Drive San Jose, CA 95148
Surname of Immigrant: Caudebec
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacques
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1685
Origin of Immigrant: France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1666
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Margareta Proovost
Source of Information: Records of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, NY
Immigrant's Children:

  • Eleanor Codebec
  • Marytjen Codebec, DOB Bef August 2, 1696
  • Bejamin Codebec, DOB February 1699,
  • Elsjen Codebec,DOB October 1701,
  • William Codebec, DOB 1704,
  • James (Jacobus) Codebec, DOB 1706
  • Magdalena Codebec, DOB Bef January 30, 1712
  • Dinah Codebec, DOB January 1714
  • Abraham Codebec, DOB Bef August 19, 1716
  • Naomi Codebec, DOB January 1726,
  • Jacob Codebec, DOB 1706

Date: Sat Jan 11 19:36:08 1997
Name: Glen A. Swartz
E- mail: GlSwartz@aol.com
Address: 7832 Waverley Mill Ct., Gainesville VA 20155-1755
Surname of Immigrant: VAN PATTEN/PETTEN
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claes Frederickse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: bef 1664
Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 30 May 1641 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 3 Oct 1728 Albany NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Aeffie BRADT
Source of Information: (1) PEARSON, Jonathan (1813-1887). "Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady from 1662 to 1800." Albnay NY: J. Munsell, 1873. p20. (2) HUGHS, Thomas P. "American Ancestry: Giving the Name and Descent, in the Male Line, of Americans Whose Ancestors Settled in the United States Previous to the Declaration of Independance, A.D. 1776." Albany NY: J. Munsell, 1887. vol I, pp77, 90.
Immigrant's Children:

  • (1) Andries b 10 Sep 1684 NY, m Maieke Ten Eyck.
  • (2) Gertruuy b 17 Apr 1687 Schenectady NY, m Lourens Claes Van der Volgen.
  • (3) Nicholas Claessen b 6 Apr 1690 Albany NY d aft 1739 m abt 1712 to Rebecca Groot.

Notes: Aeffie BRADT, b 1650 NY, d 23 Jan 1728, daughter of Arent Andriesse Bradt and Catalyntje Anderiese De Vos. 1664, Claes came to Schenectady w/ Isaac Cornelise Swit. 1668, Claes and Cornelis Cornelise Viele bought the bouwry of Marten Cornelise Van Isselstyn, lying west of Ryder Schermerhorn's (brother-in- law) farm. 1683-1694, Claes owned a farm at Papsknee, below Albany. 1690, Claes was appointed justice of the Peace by Leisler. Child of Claes, Nicolas m. Gebecca Groot had child Frederick 1712 Albany; Nicholas 1716 Schenectady; Eva 1719 Schenectady; Simon 1722 Schenectady; Catherine 1725 Schenectady; Maria 1727 Schenectady; Johannes 1739 Schenectady.

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