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I have not yet completed this list and will put it online in stages, so be sure to return to The Olive Tree to check for the finished product. The pages begin at [497] and end at [539].

Please note that pages [497] to [507] inclusive are not dated, but we know they begin in 1649 and end in 1659. There are 12 pages for this 11 year period (1649-1659 inclusive) so you can estimate what year each page contains.

I have added my own notes as [Lorine's notes: ]. I have not included all notations found in the original publication

For translations of Dutch words and phrases contained in these records, visit The Olive Tree's Translations of Dutch phrases in Church Records provided by Jan Daamen.


The Book of Members or Register of the Members here since the year 1649

Thanks to John Van Brocklin for transcribing pages 520 to 528 inclusive.

Nieuwe Ledematen, Aengerkomen, Anno 1666 to 1669

A 1666.

den 17 Jan.
  • Gerrit Reyertszen.
  • Gysbert Janszen, en Hendrickje Simons, syn huysv'.
  • Lambert Van Eck, en Marritje Jacobs, syn huysv'.
  • Jan Wouters.
  • Jacob Menso.
  • Jan Hardenbroeck, en Ursula -------, syn huysv'.
[521]
  • Lucas Andrieszen
  • Jan Joosten.
  • Anneken Jans.
  • Barent Hendrickszen Courten.
den 1 April.
  • Maria Hofmeyers.
  • Laurens Holst.
  • Janneken Jans Breestede.
  • Marritje Rutgers.
  • Anneken Cock.
  • Meynart Corneliszen.
  • Jacob Abrahamszen.
  • Fredrick Philipszen.
  • Susanna Ver Plancken.
  • Henry Herrit, van oudt Engl'.
  • Tryntie Arents, h.v. Gerrit Roos.
  • Judith Verleth, h.v. de H' Nicolaes Bayard.
[522]

A 1667.

den 3 Jan.
  • Willem Lubbertszen, en Dirckje Roelofszen, syn huysv'.
  • Hester Vincent.
  • Geertie Jans, h.v. Dirck Siecken.
den 7 April.
  • Jacob Danielszen.
  • Gerrit Hendrickszen, en Sytje Lievens, syn huysv'.
  • Catalyn Conings.
  • Hester Webbers.
  • Willem Waldron.
  • Harmentje Jans.
  • Ariaentie Thomas, h.v. Ambrosus de Waran.
  • Jan Jacobszen Friesman.
  • Anna Reynhart.
  • Styntie Hermans.
  • Jeremias Janszen.
  • Jacob Barentszen, [Lorine's Note: Cool] en Marritie Simons, syn huysv'.
  • Denys Isacszen Hartsvelt.
  • Annetje Duycking.
  • Aefje Alberts.
  • Abraham Dutout.
  • Jean Binjon.
den 16 Octob.
  • Jonas Bartelszen, Vertrocken na Amsterdam
  • Cornelis Cregier.
  • Marritie Willems.

A 1668.

den 6 April
  • Martyn Herdom
  • Warnert Wessels, de Jonge.
  • Hendrick Coutrier, de Jonge.
[523]
  • Rebecca Idens, h.v. Arie Corneliszen.
den 15 Jul.
  • Ursel Schepmoes.
  • Willem Van Vredenburg, en Apolleuntie Barents, syn huysv'.
  • Wolfert Webbers, en Geertruyd Hassing.
  • Anna Hassing.
  • Jan Beskens.
  • Willem Van der Schuuren.
  • Charles de Nisan.
  • Annetje Oene.
den 28 Octob.
  • Annetie Frans, h.v. Cornelis Jasperszen.
  • Albertus Bosch.
  • Jeuriaen Blanck.
  • Jan Pieterszen Hearing.
  • Aeltje Barents.
  • Josyntie Thomas.
  • Claertie Everts.
  • Maria De Lanoy.

A 1669.

den 4 Aug.
  • Dirck Janszen, en Wybrecht --------, syn huysv'.
  • Paulus Turck.
  • Andries Janszen Meyer.
  • Jan Janszen Meyer.
  • Marritie Van der Grist.
  • So Aengekomen, als Aengenomen zyn de bovenstaende by 1
  • by [Johannes Megapolensius, Samuel Drisius, en, Samuel Megapolensis] V.D.M.M.Aengenomen door D Johannes Polhemius, Pred'. tot Midwout en Omliggende dorpen. 2

1The names of those recorded as above written were received by.
2Received by D Johannes Polhennus, Minister at Midwout and adjacent villages.


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Disclaimer: Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information on The Olive Tree Genealogy pages, all transcriptions are subject to human error, and researchers should always check the original source of any list.


 
 

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