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Date: Mon Jan 13 09:27:03 1997
Name: Burton H. Sickler
E- mail: BHSICK@AOL.COM
Address: 4829 Brandywine Drive Virginia Beach, VA 23464-2901
Surname of Immigrant: Badgley
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anthony
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1665

Origin of Immigrant: Flushing, Long Island, NY
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: circa 1660
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Elizabeth Thorne
Source of Information: Loyalists Clarks and Badgleys
Immigrant's Children:
Anthony Badgley
Sarah Badgley
George Badgley
Phebe Badgley
James Badgley Notes: Children all thought to have been born in Flushing, Long Island, NY. It is believed that Anthony, Sr. took oath of allegiance in 1687 at "Breucklyn." --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 13 15:06:02 1997
Name: Heather Chamberland
E- mail: hchamber@mail.netshop.net
Address: 4707 Aspen Park Drive Kamloops, British Columbia V2H 1M5
Surname of Immigrant: Van Nuys
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Aucke Janse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1651

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Abt 1621 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Abt 1698, Flatbush, Kings, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalena Pieterse
Source of Information: The Van Nuys Genealogy 1651-1916 by Carrie E Allen & Early Settlers of Kings Co. NY
Immigrant's Children:
Annetje Van Nuys, Chr Jan 28, 1646 Amsterdam, m 1661 Winant Pieterse Van Eck
Gertruyd Van Nuys, Chr Jun 9, 1647 Amsterdam, m 1666 Franz Joosten
Janneke (Jennetje Auckes) Van Nuys, b Holland, m 1673 Barbara Provoost
Abagail Van Nuys, b 1651, d. 1748, m Leffert Pieterse
Pieter Van Nuys, b. Oct 22, 1652 New Amsterdam
Jacobus Auckes Van Nuys, b. abt 1654 New Amsterdam, d. 1710, m. April 26, 1685 Maria Willemse Cornel (This is my line)
Femmetje Aukes Van Nuys, b March 2, 1662, Brooklyn, Kings, NY, m Oct 8 1680 Jan Stevense Van Voorhees
Ida Van Nuys, b 1664 Flatbush, Kings, NY, m Auke Rynierse

Notes: Forefathers of Aucke Janse Van Nuys fled from France to Holland at the time of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew in 1572. His name appears in numerous records in the New Amsterdam, Brooklyn and Flatbush area. On May 6, 1653 he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654 he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam. There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or magistrate, by Governor Clove. In 1674 he was one of the representative to the "Convention of Delegate" called by the governor to meet in New Orange after the capture of the Netherlands from the British. His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britian after New Netherlands had been re-taken by the British. He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacabse. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 13 20:18:29 1997
Name: Elizabeth Gilomen
E- mail: egilomen@interaccess.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Rosenkrans
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Harmon Hendrick
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1657

Origin of Immigrant: Bergen, Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1631 Bergen, Norway
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1697 New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Magdalena Dircks Caper
Source of Information: LDS, family history & Bible, GENDEX, genealogical database index
Immigrant's Children: Alexander 1661, Annetje 1662, Rachel 1663, Hermanus 1666, Anna 1668, Hendrick 1670, Christiana 1671, Dirk 1672, Sarah ? --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 13 21:12:40 1997
Name: Glenn Tuley
E- mail: tuley@metrolink.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Tuley
Given name(s) of Immigrant: ?
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1699

Origin of Immigrant: England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ?
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Tuley, William Floyd. The Tuley Family Memiors, New Albany, IN, 1906
Immigrant's Children:
Thomas Tuley m.1728 Mary Scott

Notes: Landed first in Charlestown, SC around 1680, then moved to New York. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 14 15:34:11 1997
Name: Lorna Schoonover
E- mail: jlschoon@waterville .mn.frontiercomm.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: schoonover
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Claes H. Vanschoonhoven
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1615-1639 Wiltsburg or Utrecht,Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 15 March 1660-1661 ?
Immigrant's Spouse: Neetie Frederickse Van Every
Source of Information: ?
Immigrant's Children: Hendrick C. VanSchoonhoven Schoonover 5 May 1652 Kingston, Ulster, Ny D: 4 Dec. 1715 Ulster county, New York Debora Davis --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 14 17:32:31 1997
Name: Elizabeth Gilomen
E- mail: egilomen@interaccess.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hendrickson
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick
Name of Ship: "Rosetta"
Arrival Date: 1663

Origin of Immigrant: Utrecht, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca 1636
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: New Amsterdam
Immigrant's Spouse: Jane Luitgirt
Source of Information: Lds,Emigrated to New Amsterdamin the shi family Bible
Immigrant's Children: Hendrick 1668, Willem 1671 Flatbush, Daniel 1673 Flatbush Notes: Emigrated to New Amsterdam in the ship "Rosetta" March 1663. In following year served under Director Peter Stuyvesant. Was in Freehold & Monmouth Co. N.J. 1694 and 1706. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 15 14:23:12 1997
Name: Donna Speer Ristenbatt
E- mail: der@success.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Slot (Has become Sloat)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Pietersen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: About 1650

Origin of Immigrant: Holstein, Denmark
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: ca. 1620
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Aft. 1703, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: 1) Aeltie Jans 2) Claertie Dominicus (Children were by Aeltie)
Source of Information: Revised History of Harlem by James Riker, pg. 217 footnote, and Scandinavian Immigrants in New York 1630-1674 by John O. Evjen
Immigrant's Children: 1. Pieter Jansen Slot, b. Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands. Married New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church on 2 Feb. 1663 (Banns) Marretie Jacobse VAN WINCKEL. Died aft. 10 April 1688, probably NYC. Marretie married 2nd Jean Demarest 23 March 1692 (Record in New York City Dutch Reformed Church says they were married in French Church) THIS IS MY LINE. (Pieter and Marretie)
2. Jan Jansen Slot, b. Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands, Married Judith ELSWORTH 28 April 1672 (banns) in New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church. Died after 1687.

Notes: Jan Pietersen Slot, the ancestor of the Slottes or Sloats of Orange County, New York (also found in Rockland County, New York and Bergen County, New Jersey), came over in 1650 from Holstein, Denmark. (Must have lived in Holland before coming to America) He was accompanied by his two sons, Johan(Jan) and Pieter. He settled in Harlem, where he became prominent. He was a carpenter by trade. From 1660 to 1665 he served as magistrate.

He sold his lands at Harlem, named in the patent of January 4, 1664 to Johannes Verveelen, and on April 20, 1665, he bought other property at the Bouwery, from Governor Stuyvesant. But he again sold out here, February 12, 1669, having on August 14 preceding, sold to Capt. Delavall for L10 a parcel of meadow on "the north side of Barent's Island", which he held by ground-brief from Stuyvesant. In 1686 he and his wife resided on Wall Street; in 1703, in the South Ward. His children were by his first wife, Aeltie Jans; his second, Claertie Dominicus, he married while at Harlem. Claertje was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York in 1686. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 15 15:19:56 1997
Name: Pauline Kopec
E- mail: kopec@coastalnet.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Sayre
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas Sayre
Name of Ship: John and Mary landed in Lynn, Mass.
Arrival Date: Before 1648 from Mass. built house Southhamp

Origin of Immigrant: Leighton- Buzzard, Bedforeshire, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 20 July 1597, Leighton-Buzzard, Bedforeshire, England
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 23 April 1671, Southampton, Suffolk, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Margaret Aldrich died 23 Aug 1634, Lynn, Mass.
Source of Information: Book pub. 1901 by Thomas Meloin, mother was descendent of Thomas. Ancestral file, Church of Latter Day Saints
Immigrant's Children: B.1625 Leighton-Buzzard, D.1 Apr 1691 New Haven, Conn. Spouse David Atwater B.1628 Leighton-Buzzard, D.20 Jan 1698 Southampton, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. Spouse - Sarah Wheeler B.1633 Leighton-Buzzard, D.Apr 1707/1708 Southampton, Suffolk County, Long Island. Spouse - Hannah Foster and one other

Notes: Eight men and one woman and a small child left Lynn, Mass. in 1640 to settle a new colony. They settled in Southampton and Thomas built the first English house on Long Island in 1648 which is still there. His son, Daniel Sayre is the line I am researching. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jan 16 08:28:09 1997
Name: Lee Harris
E- mail: dharris@mars.ark.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Clement
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1665

Origin of Immigrant: Holland or Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: C1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ? NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria/Mary Boequet/Bokee
Source of Information: Immigration to Middle Colonies: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists & Associations . Data from the NY Genealogical Record - Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 1978 (P. 34) , Fiche #6046669/Salt Lake City , "Calendar of Wills on File and Recorded in the Files of the Court of Appeals, the County Clerk at Albany and the Secretary of State, NY, 1626-1836, #1388 R4, 5th Anne, 28 June 1707, Will of Benjamin Roberts.
Immigrant's Children:
Pieter/Peter Clement married (1) Anna Ruyting 26 Nov 1707, Schenectady, (2) Anna Vedder 28 Jul 1721
Joseph Clement married Anna/Annatje Peek, d/o Jacobus Peek, abt 1714
Elisabeth Clement
Fransyntje Cl ement

Notes: Jan Clement took the Oath of Allegiance to the British King in Sept 1687, at which time he stated that he had been resident for 22 years, putting his date of arrival about 1665. He married Maria Boequet, daughter of Jerome Boquet/Bockee, from Walslant, who arrived on De Bonte Koe, Apr 1663. Marie was 9 years old at the time of arrival. After Jan's death, Marie married Benjamin/Bent Roberts. By Will made 28 Jun 1706, Roberts devised his farm at Maalwyck to his wife Maria, and in case of her remarriage, to his stepsons, Pieter and Joseph Clement. According to "History of the Schenectady Patents" by Jonathan Pearson, A.M. and others, 1883, P. 71, it lists property of Bent Roberts at Maalwyck and that of Ludovicus Cobes, a neighbor. Cobes left his property to his daughter, Maria, who in turn left it to her daughter, Clara Kleyn. It would appear there were 3 granddaughters, Clara, Baefie and Anna Kleyn. It states that Anna Kleyn was the wife of Pieter Clement. According to other records Pieter would have been married to Anna Ruyting at this time. My direct line is from Jan, Joseph and Ludovicus Cobes Clement. The Cobes appear to have some relationship to the Clements other than being just nieghbors. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jan 16 16:07:17 1997
Name: a.albright
E- mail: aalbri4819 @ aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Hoogteeling) Houghtaling
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Mattys(Matthias)
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: abt 1665

Origin of Immigrant: netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1644 ,netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1706, greene county,ny
Immigrant's Spouse: maria hendrickse marselis b.abt 1645,mar.1666
Source of Information: founders american families,1975,beers history greene county,1883,
Immigrant's Children:
Conrad Houghtaling,b.1667 m.1688 Trynjte Vanslykeb.abt 1668
Hendrick Houghtaling b.abt1668 Hester Pritcher (?)
Catryntje Houghtaling b.abt 1669d.1754 m.13 Nov 1699 Richard VanDenberg
syche Houghtaling b. abt 1670m. (1st)Francis Morris,(2nd)Patrick Mccarty
Rachel Houghtalingb. abt1672 unmarried
Matthias Houghtaling b.abt 1674 d.young The history of new baltimore is also a source of info,Laura Albright Hotaling my aunt is also a source she has the original wills and indian purchases for the houghtaling patent recorded the secretary of states office in albany. Beers history has an error in that it cites hendrick son of mattys as marrying hester Bricker it was Hendrick son of conrad grandson of mattys who married hester bricker,see ist reformed church of coxsackie records of baptisms. i am descended from from matthys on my mothers side via rebecca hotaling who married a bedell to rivenburg to albright. i have a gedcom file of most of the hoogteeling,houghtaling/hotaling descendents

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Date: Thu Jan 16 23:43:05 1997
Name: Keith W. Woodward
E- mail: keithw4@aol.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Napier
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Patrick
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1650-1655

Origin of Immigrant: Scotland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1600-1615
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Macon County Times, June 30,1988
Immigrant's Children:
Patrick Napier,born between 1634-1639

Notes: son could be known as Dr.Patrick Napier.
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Date: Fri Jan 17 05:06:16 1997
Name: a.albright
E- mail: aalbri4819 @aol.com
Address: 1251 s.Atl.Ave,cocoa beach,fl,32931
Surname of Immigrant: (Koyamans)Coeymans
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Barent Pieterse
Name of Ship: Rensselaerwyck
Arrival Date: 1636

Origin of Immigrant: utrecht,netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1616
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1710
Immigrant's Spouse: Agnietje unknown
Source of Information: new world immigrants,ocallaghans history of new netherlands
Immigrant's Children:
Andreas Coeymans
Samuel Coeymans
Pieter Barentse Coeymans mar(1st) elizabeth Grevevaard,mar(2nd) charlotte amelia Draayer
Ariantje Coeymans Notes: Per micheal teppers new world immigrants published in 1980,he cites ocallaghans history of new netherlands pages 430 to 441 qoute"in 1636 Barent peter Koeymans came to america on the ship rensselaerwyck.his alias was barent the miller. he was accompanied by his brothers david jacob and arent. arent was still a lad. barent was in the service of the first patroon as a miller for 30 guilders per year. the rensselaerwyck left the netherlands on oct 1636.the "koyamans" patent was granted to barent coeymans on 7 apr 1763 by then gov.lovelace on the condition that barent erect a sawmill there.

his son andreas reapplied and was granted a reissue of the patent on 16 aug 1714 in which a land dispute with killian vanrensselaer was settled when van rensselaer deeded property to coeymans as recorded in book of deeds h pg.209 in albany

my family is descended from peter coeymans via charlote who married jann bronk and also from pieter via mayke who married andries whitbeck i am still searching the tie back to the original whitbeck "jan Thomase" who the history books say arrived early 1600 's and was magistrate in albany and freeholder in rensselaerwyck.

the books cite history of albany vol.2 and the van buren genealogy andries 's father was jan whose father was andries as recorded in history og greene county 1883. i presume the first andries was a grandson of jan thomase but can't prove it. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Fri Jan 17 19:52:05 1997
Name: Patricia Ann Broyles Gohlke
E-mail: page@concentric.net
Address: P.O. Box 37 Ranger, TX 76470
Surname of Immigrant: Champion
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Thomas
Name of Ship: Hercules
Arrival Date: 12 Mar 1634 left Eng.

Origin of Immigrant: Ashford England, Sandwich Co.
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1615
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: about 1680 Hempstead Long Island, Queens Co., NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Frances Jacocks
Source of Information: Other researchers, books, town records
Immigrant's Children:
John Champion, b.1647/1648 Hempstead, Long Island,Queens Co., NY d. 1727, Glouchester Co., Province of West Jersey. m. Sarah Williams
Martha (Honor) Champion b. 1642/1642 m. Thomas Ellison Notes: Thomas Champion sailed 12 Mar 1634 for plantatin called New England, sailing ship Hercules for America Town records of Hempshtead, LI, NY, Vol. I,II Champion Family, 350 Years in America by Ruth C. Champion Wife Frances Jacocks, name later changed to Jacobs. Father Francis Jacocks. She was known as Goody Champion on town records


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Date: Fri Jan 17 20:31:31 1997
Name: Patricia Ann Gohlke
E- mail: page@concentric.net
Address: P.O. Box 37 Ranger, Tx 76470
Surname of Immigrant: Eastland
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Joseph
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1683

Origin of Immigrant: Wales
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1620 - Wales
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1698 Oyster Bay, LI, NY
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Other researchers, Earl K. Schultz history, court house records
Immigrant's Children:
zjohn Eastland
Thomas Eastland d. Ramsey, England
Joseph Eastland b. abt 1650 Wales d. abt 1728 Salem Co., NJ m. Ann Hunt 27 Mar 1699 Salem Co., NJ
William Eastland b. 8 May 1660 Cardiff Wales d. 17 Jan 1714 Cohansie, Salem, NJ m. Sarah Champion Notes: Joseph in Oyster Bay in 1683 Colonial documents of NJ., Salem Co. deeds #6, p. 620, 1697-98 Jan 24. Oyster bay, LI, NY town records, Vol. 1 p. 186 Joseph Eastland sold land to John Pryar 30 May 1684. Ibid., p. 198. On 4 Jul 1684 Joseph Eastland, cordwinder, of Matinecok, Oyster Bay, LI, Queens Co....sold the boggy meadow land to John Davis. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jan 18 05:30:52 1997
Name: a. albright
E- mail: aalbri4819@aol.com
Address: 1251 S.Atlantic Ave Cocoa beach,fl
Surname of Immigrant: (Dow) Douw
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Volkert Janse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: abt 1649

Origin of Immigrant: netherlands or scandanavia
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: abt 1627 netherlands or scandanavia
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: abt 1686
Immigrant's Spouse: dorothea jans breestede mar19 apr 1650
Source of Information: greene county history,immigrants to america,ulster gen soc.
Immigrant's Children:
Jonas Volkertsen Dow b.abt1651,d. abt 1736 mar.24apr 1691 catrina whitbeck
Andries Vokertsens Dowb.abt 1653mar.16 nov 1693 magdelena quackenbos
Volertje Volkertse Dow b.abt 1655
Dorothe Volkertse Dow b.abt 1657
Catrina Volkertse Dow b.abt 1659
Enjeltje Volkertse Dow b.abt 1661 mar.Andries Whitbeck

Notes: the history books are unclear on volkerts beginnings he is listed in the shipping lists,in early immigrants to anmerica,in the ulster.ged put out by the ulster genealogical society,which is mainly the kool family. the lists of freeholders in early 1700 show volkert and jonas dow in albany and the widow of andries whitbeck with a house in albany my families descent on both sides is from the douw whitbeck connection. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jan 18 06:51:37 1997
Name: S.F. (Tim) Westbrook
E- mail: stilltim1@aol.com
Address: 101 Horseshoe Road Newark, DE 19711
Surname of Immigrant: Jansen
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Anthony
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: possibly 1641

Origin of Immigrant: Westbroek, Utrecht
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1625, probably Westbroek
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: about 1674, Flatbush, LI, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Orsseltje Dircks
Source of Information: Early Records of Albany, Vol 3; NYGBR 64:309
Immigrant's Children:
Annetje Hendrickse, b. 1655, Rotterdam. d. bef 1715, Jamaica, LI, m. abt 1678, Kingston, Michael DeMotte. she prob. daughter of Orsseltje Dircks by previous husband, Jan Hendricksen.
Johannes Westbrook, b. 1668, Albany, d. 1727, Warwarsing, m. banns 12 May 1687, Kingston, Magdalena Decker.
Dirck Westbrook, b. 22 Oct 1671, Flatbush, LI, d. aft 1722, Rochester, Ulster Co, m. 25 Aug 1695, Catharina Osterhout.

Notes: From 1662 until 1668 he owned and operated a tavern in Albany. He also served as Court Messenger, for the court of Rensselaerwyck. He was identified as Anthony Jansen Westbrook in the Flatbush Town Records of 1672). They also state that his descendants appear under the name of Westbrook in the RDC at Kingston. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sat Jan 18 16:51:34 1997
Name: Rick Richardson
E- mail: rareng@citynet.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Livingston
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Robert
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: after 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Scotland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1654 Ancram, Scotland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1728 Albany, New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Alida Schuyler
Source of Information: Father in law Ralph Gongwer
Immigrant's Children: Gilbert Livingston, b1690,d1740MA --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Jan 19 00:08:48 1997
Name: Lee Harris
E- mail: dharris@mars.ark.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Boucquet/Bockee
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jerome
Name of Ship: De Bonte Koe
Arrival Date: Apr 1663

Origin of Immigrant: Walslant, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Abt 1625 , Netherlands (?)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: (?) New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Ann Torion
Source of Information: "CLEMENT HISTORY" by William M. Clement, Chapter One, P. 7, located in the Fonda Historical Museum, Fonda, NY & "THE BOCKEE FAMILY" 1641-1897 by Martha Bockee Flint 1897 (book located in Albany State Library).
Immigrant's Children:
Francoise Boucquet, bpt 3 Mar 1647, m. Hendrick Claesen
Annetje Boucquet, b. abt 1655
Maria Boucquet, b. abt 1654 m. Jan Clement
Jannetje Jeronimuse Boucquet, b. abt 1658, m. Abraham Du Toict abt 1677.

Notes: Quote from the "Bockee Family History": "In the Netherlandic province of Zeeland, at Middelburg, on the storm- swept island of Walcheren, is the first trace of our ancestor, Jerome Boucquet, in the entries cited by the Commission of Walloon History, in the preceding letter, of the marriage at Middelburg, August 11, 1641, of Anne L'Agache, and May 16, 1644, of Anne Torion to Jerome Boucquet. Four years later, March 3, 1647, is the baptism of his third child Francoise, b. in Nieuw Amsterdam called Francyntje. It is probable that he was later living in Gelderland or in South Holland, for he is first mentioned in America as Jeronimus de Waal." Unquote.

On April 16, 1663. at the Port of Ripen, one of the oldest towns in North Jutland, Holland, Jerome Boucquet and his wife, Ann Torion, and five daughters, embarked for the new world on the ship "T Bonte Koe". According to the William Clement Family History, Maria was about 27 when she married Jan Clement. Jerome Boucquet and Ann Torion were my 7th gr grandparents. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Sun Jan 19 00:53:44 1997
Name: Lee Harris
E- mail: dharris@mars.ark.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Peake/Peek
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1650

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Abt 1615, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: (?) New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Du Trieux/De Truy
Source of Information: "Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady, from 1662 to 1800" by Prof. Jonathan Pearson, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore - 1976, PP 135 & 136 & "CLEMENT HISTORY" Chapter One, Page 10, by William M. Clement.
Immigrant's Children:
Annatie Peake, bpt. 15 Oct 1651, New Amsterdam, NY, m. Johannes Sanders Glen 2 May 1667
Jacobus Peake, bpt 16 Jan 1656, New Amsterdam, m. Elisabeth Teunise abt 1680
Johannes Peake, bpt 12 Oct 1653, m. Elizabeth Van Imburgh, 18 Jul 1683.
Maria Peake, bpt 6 Mar 1658, m. Goosen Van Oort/Van Woert.

Notes: Jan Peake/Peek: An early settler of New Amsterdam, where for many years he and his wife kept an Inn. Frequent prosecutions were instituted against them for selling spirits without license and for selling to the Indians. The creek at Peekskill takes its name from him. Maria had as a first husband, Cornelis Volkertsen Viele, plus an illegitimate child prior to her marriages by Pieter Wolphersen Van Couwenhougn. Maria and Jan Peake/Peek are my 7th gr grandparents. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 20 07:42:01 1997
Name: Lee Harris
E- mail: dharris@mars.ark.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Clement
Given name(s) of Immigrant: James
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: Before 1669

Origin of Immigrant: (?)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Abt 1639 (?)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Abt Mar 1725, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Sarah
Source of Information: Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Vol., 1665-1707, Voll II with Appendix & Misc. Documents, 1708-1728, Volumes III & IV.
Immigrant's Children: John Clement
Mercy Clement (married name Bates)
Sarah Clement (m. Thomas Hinchman)
Samuel Clement
James Clement (died intestate abt 1 Nov 1738 - see Vol III, Abstracts of Wills)
Thomas Clement
Jacob Clement
Joseph Clement.

Notes: James Clement's name appears many times in the Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York, the first mention being 18 Oct 1669. He appears to have witnessed many Wills, signing as "James Clement, Clerk". His own Will dated 5 May 1724 and proved 16 Mar 1725, gives us much information on his family, listing bequests to his wife, Sarah, and each of his children. According to the Will, he owned lands in Flushing, that is the homestead where he lived in Flushing, and all the lands in Eagle Nest Neck, as also all meadows, salt and fresh, lying on the east side of the creek that runs southward to the bridge, with lands that lye by the said meadow, plus 10 acres of woodland. He also has meadow on the west side of the mill creek, upon Captain Thomas Willett's (neck). He makes his wife, Sarah, executress, with his son, John, and son-in-law, Thomas Hinchman, to be assistants. Dated 5 May 1724. Witnesses: John Forster, Anthony Glean, Francis Doughty, Jr. Proved March 16, 1725. It is not known if James Clement is in any way related to Jan Clement. As most of his associates appear to have English names, he may have emigrated from England. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 20 08:01:36 1997
Name: Lee Harris
E- mail: dharris@mars.ark.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Clement
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Bastiaen
Name of Ship: De Trouw (The Faith)
Arrival Date: Feb 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Doornick, Holland
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1635 Holland (?)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: "Ship Passenger Lists New York & New Jersey (1600-1825)" edited & indexed by Carl Boyer, 3rd; Published by the Compiler, Newhall, California, 1978 - List of the Palatine Remoi - Feb. 12, 1659, P. 120, "Clement, Bastiaen from Doornick".
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Bastiaen Clement did not have a wife or children listed when he arrived in New Netherlands, nor have I found any further reference to him. He emigrated from Holland and is a possible relative of Jan Clement, but no connection established to date. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Mon Jan 20 09:55:58 1997
Name: Todd W. DeVoe
E- mail: tddevoe@whidbey.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: DEVOE
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Daniel
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1686

Origin of Immigrant: Huguenot
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1680
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: family word of mouth
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: This family member may or may not be the immigrant. It may have been his father whom I do not have a name for. I also am looking for any children of Daniel. Specifically Conrad who may be a cousin who immigrated at the same time or Danioels son. Thank you, Todd --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 21 07:53:27 1997
Name: Carrie Van Wie
E- mail: ladyspooky@prodigy.net
Address: 5757 N. Sheridan Rd., Apt. 15G Chicago, IL 60660
Surname of Immigrant: Van Wie
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Hendrick Gerritse
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1654

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: before 1654
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1691 Beverwyck
Immigrant's Spouse: Eytie Ariaanze
Source of Information: Grandfathers' genealogy record sheet
Immigrant's Children: Gerrit b.1676
Jannetje b. 1678
Geesje b. 1680
Arientje b. 1682
Alida b. 1684
Hendrick b. 1684
Annatie b. 1685
Jan H. (b.) 1686 m. Catharine Huyck Notes: Also known as Verwey, Van Wee, and Van Wye. Ancestor is Jan H. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 21 18:45:27 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: Du Trieux (Truax, Truex)
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Philippe
Name of Ship: New Netherland (probably)
Arrival Date: 1624

Origin of Immigrant: Roubaix, Nord, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: c. 1588 Roubaix, Nord, France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: c. 1653 New York, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: 1. Jacqueline Noiret 2. Susanne du Chesne
Source of Information: Randolph, Howard S.F. "House of Truax" NYGBR July, Oct 1926, Jan 1927; Walloon Church Amsterdam Film# 113397 FHL; Records of the Reformed Dutch Church, New York.
Immigrant's Children:
Children of Jacqueline Noiret
Philippe bp. 3 Jan 1616 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Maria bp 5 Apr 1617 Leyden, Netherlands d.after 1670 NY m.1. Cornelius Volkertzen Viele m.2. Jan Peek 20 Feb 1650 New York, NY
Philippe b. 1619 Leyden, Netherlands d.c. 1653 New York, NY
Madeline b. 9 Feb 1620 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Children of Susanne du Chesne
Jerome bp. 20 Oct 1623 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sara b. 1625 New York, NY d. 9 Nov 1692 Albany, NY m. Isaac De Forest 9 June 1641 New York, NY
Susanna b. 1626 New York, NY d. 1660 Albany, NY m. Evert Janse Wendell 31 July 1644 New York, NY
Abraham b. 1632 New York, NY m. Rosella and/or Hester
Rachel b. 1635 New York, NY m.1. Hendrick van Bommel 30 Sept 1656 New York, NY m.2. Dirk Janse de Groot 8 Aug 1677 New York, NY
Isaac bp. 24 Apr 1642 New York, NY d. before 1706 Schenectady, NY m. Maria Williamse Brouwer
Rebecca b. 1643 New York, NY m. Symon Groot
Jacob bp. 2 Dec 1645 New York, NY d. 1709 New Castle, DE m. Elizabeth Post 26 Sept 1674 New York, NY

Notes: Philippe and Susanne applied to the church at Leyden for a transfer "pour Westinde" on 9 Mar 1624. They probably arrived in New York on the New Netherland that year. Philippe first appears in the records when he was appointed Court Messenger by Director Kieft in 1638. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Tue Jan 21 19:18:36 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: Wendell
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Evert Janse
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1640

Origin of Immigrant: Emden, East Friesland (Lower Saxony), Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: b.c. 1615 Emden, East Friesland (Lower Saxony), Germany
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1709 Albany, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: 1. Susanna du Trieux 2. Marytje Abrahamsen Van Deursen Mingael
Source of Information: Randolph, Howard S.F. "House of Truax" NYGBR July, Oct 1926, Jan 1927; Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, NY 1683-1809; "Burial Records, First Dutch Reformed Church of Albany, 1652-1862," Yearbooks of the Dutch Settlers Society of Albany, Vol
Immigrant's Children:
Children of Susanna du Trieux
Thomas bp. 18 Sept 1645 New York, NY bur. 8 Sept 1730 Albany, NY
Elsie bp. 27 Jan 1647 New York, NY
Johannes bp. 2 Feb 1649 New York, NY d. 1691-1692 Albany, NY m.1. Maaritie Jillysse Meyer m.2. Elisabeth Staats
Dievertje bp. 27 Nov 1650 New York, NY
Dievertje b.c. 1653 d. 10 Apr 1724 Schenectady, NY m.1. Myndert Janse Wemp m.2. Johannes Sanders Glen 21 June 1691 Albany, NY
Jeronimus b.c. 1655 d. after 3 Mar 1690/1 m. Ariantje Harmanse Visscher
Philip b.c. 1658 bur. 13 Feb 1743 Albany, NY m. Maria Harmanse Visscher 17 June 1688 Albany, NY
Evert b.c. 1660 d. 16 June 1702 Albany, NY m. Elisabeth Glen 19 Mar 1681 Albany, NY

Children of Marytje Abrahamse Van Deursen Mingael
Isaac
Susanna m. Johannes Teller 18 Aug 1686 Albany, NY
Tryntje m. Thomas Millington 17 Sept 1699 Albany, NY
Abraham b.c. 1670 Albany, NY d. before June 1767 m. Maeyke Van Ness 12 Apr 1698 Albany, NY Notes: Evert came to New York in the service of the Dutch West Indies Company. He lived in New York City until about 1651 when the family moved to Albany. He was a cooper and import merchant. He was an elder in the Dutch Church, 1656, Orphan-Master, 1657, Magistrate, 1660, 1661. In 1663 at the time of his second marriage, Evert and his second wife, Marytje, signed a prenuptial agreement which gives the name of his first wife, the names of her children except for Thomas, then an adult, and the ages of the children.

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Date: Wed Jan 22 13:48:31 1997
Name: Catherine Wessells Bellino
E-mail: efc@ns1.wpe.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Ten Broeck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Wessel Wesselse
Name of Ship: Faith
Arrival Date: 1659

Origin of Immigrant: Wesen, Westphalia (near Munster)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1636
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1704 Kingston (?)
Immigrant's Spouse: Maria Ten Eyck (married 1670)
Source of Information: DUTCH HOUSES IN THE HUDSON VALLEY BEFORE 1776
Immigrant's Children:
Wessel II born 1672 died 1744

Notes: Arrived at New Amsterdam (1659) and stayed for 15 years. Moved to Kingston in 1675 Brother: Dirck Wessels TenBroeck [Major] Born 1642 Died 1717 Wife: Christina Cornelise VanBuren --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 14:44:58 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: De Hart
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacobus
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: 1671

Origin of Immigrant: Buren, Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: c. 1644 Buren, Gelderland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1697 New York, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Cornelia Pieters Beeck
Source of Information: Abstracts of Wills, New York City; Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York City; Hatfield, Edwin F. History of Elizabethtown, NJ; O'Callaghan & Fernow, Documents-Colonial History of New York.
Immigrant's Children:
Willem bp. 20 Apr 1673 New York, NY
Pieter bp. 19 Nov 1674 New York, NY
Lysbeth bp. 10 Nov 1677 New York, NY m. William Van Nieuwenhuysen 27 Oct 1702 New York, NY
Balthazar bp. 15 Dec 1680 New York, NY bur. 16 Oct 1759 New York, NY m. Margariet Mauritz 7 Jan 1703 New York, NY
Catalina bp. 25 Oct 1684 New York, NY d. after 1741 m. Jacobus Kip c. 4 Dec 1704 New York, NY Notes: Jacobus was in Elizabethtown, NJ in 1671. By the time of his marriage, 18 Aug 1672, he was in New York City. He was one of four brothers who immigrated. The others were Balthazar, who married Margritie Stuyvestant, sister of the Governor, after their child was born, Matthys and Daniel. A nephew, Daniel Veenvos who married Christina Jacobse Van der Grift, also immigrated to New York. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 15:15:37 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: Mauritz
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jacob
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1678

Origin of Immigrant: Haarlem, N. Holland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: bp. 10 Mar 1644/5 Haarlem, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1725/6 Elizabethtown, NJ
Immigrant's Spouse: Margariet Van der Grift
Source of Information: New Jersey Calendar of Wills; Records of Reformed Dutch Church, New York City; Records of Reformed Dutch Church, Amsterdam & Haarlem, Netherlands (Film# 113134, 113222, 115541 FHL).
Immigrant's Children:
Joanna (Jannetje) bp. 5 June 1676 Amsterdam, Netherlands m. Mathias De Hart 27 June 1695 New York, NY
Mauritz bp. 9 Jan 1678 New York, NY
Paulus bp. 25 Oct 1679 New York, NY m. Margareta Keteltas 12 Apr 1706 New York, NY
Margariet bp. 6 Oct 1681 New York, NY
Margariet bp. 20 June 1683 New York, NY m. Balthazar De Hart 7 Jan 1703 New York, NY
Cornelia bp. 24 June 1685 New York, NY d. before 1725
Jacobus bp. 18 Mar 1688 New York, NY d. 8 or 10 June 1750 New York, NY m. Elizabeth Stephens 18 May 1710 New York, NY
Gerardus bp. 7 Jan 1692 New York, NY Notes: Jacobus married Margariet in Amsterdam, then they moved to New Amsterdam where Margariet's family had lived for many years. Jacob's sister Annetie, wife of Domine Wilhelmus Van Nieuwenhuysen, and his half-brother, Cornelis Steenwyck, also immigrated to New York. Jacob was captain in the militia in 1681. He was a member of Lt. Gov. Jacob Leisler's council. After Leisler was hanged in 1691, Jacob Mauritz traveled to the Hauge where on 19 May 1691 he signed a letter to William and Mary protesting the execution. Jacob and Margariet moved to Elizabethtown probably about 1720. Jacob's name is sometimes given as Jacob Mauritszen Sluys Wachter. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 15:39:44 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: Van der Grift
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Paulus Lendertszen
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1644

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, N. Holland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: bp. 20 Oct 1613, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Bur. 10 Oct 1679 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Immigrant's Spouse: m.1. Jannitje Gerrits m.2. Grietje Gerrits
Source of Information: Records of Reformed Dutch Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Film# 113133, 113144, 113146, 113154, 113200, 113222, 113353 FHL); Records of the Reformed Dutch Church New York City; Innes, J.H. New Amsterdam and Its People; O'Callaghan & Fernow, Documents-Colo
Immigrant's Children:
Grietje bp. 1 Dec 1641 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Lenert bp. 15 Nov 1646 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Margariet bp. 2 May 1649 New York, NY m. Jacob Mauritz c. 1 June 1674 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gerrit bp. 30 Apr 1651 New York, NY
Marritie bp. 27 Apr 1653 New York, NY m. Gerrit Van Tricht
Johannes bp. 27 June 1655 New York, NY
Johannes bp. 19 June 1658 New York, NY bur. 18 Apr 1687 Amsterdam, Netherlands m. Alida Reynders 1682 Amsterdam, Netherlands Notes: Paulus owned property in New Amsterdam in 1644. He was a sea captain. He built a warehouse in New York in 1649 and eventually became a free merchant. In the late 1640's, under Gov. Stuyvestant, he was Superintendent of Naval Equipments and City Surveyor. He was a council member from 1647 to 1649. Possessed of a famous temper, Paulus upset the residents of New Amsterdam to the point that they drew up a "Remonstrance" against him. In 1655 Paulus was badly wounded by an axe blow in an Indian attack. After New Amsterdam was surrendered to the English in 1664, Paulus, unable to reconcile himself to the new government, packed up his family and returned to the Netherlands. His daughters went back to New York after their marriages, but the sons stayed in Holland. Paulus' brother, Jacob Leendertszen Van der Grift, immigrated to New York and lived in Brooklyn. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 15:59:45 1997
Name: Marcie Ward Richie
E- mail: dansbooks@wavetech.net
Address: 132 Second Ave. N.E. Osseo, MN 55369
Surname of Immigrant: Beeck
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Pieter Corneliszen
Name of Ship: Dolphin
Arrival Date: 1637

Origin of Immigrant: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1610-1615 (estimate)
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: d. before 1686 New York, NY
Immigrant's Spouse: Aeltje Willemse
Source of Information: Records of Reformed Dutch Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Film# 113145 FHL); Records of the Reformed Dutch Church New York City; Innes, J.H. New Amsterdam and Its People.
Immigrant's Children:
Marritje bp. 11 May 1636 Amsterdam, Netherlands d. before 1701 m. Pieter Jacobszen Marius 13 Nov 1665 New York, NY
Willem bp. 9 Sept 1640 New York, NY d. 1684 Espous, NY m. Anna Van Vleck
Debora bp. 1 Mar 1643 New York, NY d. before 5 Dec 1667 New York, NY m. Warnert Wessels 10 Apr 1667 New York, NY
Elisabeth bp. 26 Dec 1644 New York, NY d. 1698 Albany, NY m.1. Sylvester Salisbury m.2. Cornelis Van Dyck m.3. George Bradshaw 29 Oct 1690 Albany, NY
Cornelis bp. 14 Oct 1646 New York, NY
Cornelis bp. 19 July 1648 New York, NY
Cornelis bp. 5 Sept 1649 New York, NY m. Marritje Claes 3 Oct 1677 New York, NY
Cornelia b.c. 1650 d. before 1701 m. Jacobus De Hart 18 Aug 1672 New York, NY Notes: According to J.H. Innes, Pieter came to New Amsterdam as a ship's carpenter. He was hired as a house carpenter by the Dutch West Indies Company in 1645. In 1651 the family moved to the Dutch settlements on the Delaware River, but had returned by 1655, when Pieter had a mill on Long Island. The eldest daughter and her husband had no children. When the son-in-law, Pieter Marius made his will, dated 7 July 1702, he named all of Pieter Corneliszen Beeck's descendants at the that time. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 16:20:28 1997
Name: Diana Thomas
E- mail: jctdlt@ptialaska.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Matthews
Given name(s) of Immigrant: William
Name of Ship: Christopher
Arrival Date: after 1680

Origin of Immigrant: Wales
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: Wales 1650
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Tennessee
Immigrant's Spouse:
Source of Information: Grandaughter of William Mattews +3 letter
Immigrant's Children: --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 17:35:31 1997
Name: Joe Wood
E- mail: cjwood@bright.net
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: BOLDMAN or BOOLMAN
Given name(s) of Immigrant:
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: before 1652

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1640
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: ?
Source of Information: Uncle Delbert
Immigrant's Children:

Notes: Married in Schanectady N.Y. - lived in Montgomery County N.Y. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Wed Jan 22 18:10:29 1997
Name: Luann Drury
E- mail: TOliverson@AOL
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Decker
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Jan Broerson
Name of Ship: Blue Cock
Arrival Date: before 1645

Origin of Immigrant: Husum, Schleswif-Holstein
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: 1712 New York
Immigrant's Spouse: Heyltje Jacobs
Source of Information: Film L.D.S. written by William J. Coulter
Immigrant's Children:
Jacob Janse Decker 1654,
Broer Decker 1660,
Gerritt Decker 1662,
Grietjen Decker 1664,
CornelisDecker 1670,
Maddelen 1666,
Fietje Decker 1671,
Jurian Decker 1680 --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jan 23 10:54:45 1997
Name: John Prink
E- mail: detunit@pacbell.net
Address: 403 Highland Avenue Piedmont, CA 94611
Surname of Immigrant: Van Treslong Prins
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Blois(Paul)
Name of Ship: ?
Arrival Date: "before 1799"

Origin of Immigrant: Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1750
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: ?
Immigrant's Spouse: unknown
Source of Information: Father
Immigrant's Children: unknown

Notes: Baron de Blois Van Treslong Prins is my direct ancestor. He served with General Washington during the Revolutionary War. At that time, the british were looking for to try as a spy. My understanding is that he changed his name to either "Brink" or our current name today "prink". His name as I understand it was derived from from flemish in that it means "paul from the very tall woods. Evidently, this individual was baronized prior to coming to N.Y. --------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu Jan 23 19:29:14 1997
Name: Peggy Estelle
E- mail: doewatch@vitinc.com
Address:
Surname of Immigrant: Estelle,D'Estelle,Estell,Estill
Given name(s) of Immigrant: Daniel, William, Thomas
Name of Ship:
Arrival Date: before 1664

Origin of Immigrant: England, Holland or France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: about 1640 in England, Netherlands, or France
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: Monmouth County New Jersey
Immigrant's Spouse: Unknown, gave birth on arrival in New Jersey 1664
Source of Information: Aunt Margie, deeds and wills, "History of the Estills by One of the Family" by John Holbrook Estill 1903
Immigrant's Children:
William son of William born in Indian Summer 1664 Notes: Family was French Hugenot who escaped France about 1658.


 
 

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