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Nieuw Nederland 1624

The Nieuw Nederland sailed on or after March 30, 1624.

Philippe du Trieux, a Walllon, was probably accompanied by his second wife Susanne du Chesne, and his children Philippe and Marie. [Source: Certificate from Amsterdam's Walloon Church on March 11, "pour Wes Inde," as outlined in 375th Anniversary of the Eendracht and Nieuw Nederlandby Harry Macy, Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S Originally published in The NYG&B Newsletter, Winter 1999]

Ghislain and Adrienne (Cuvellier) Vigne and their children Marie, Christine, and Rachel were on either Niew Nederland or De Eendracht, as their son Jan would be the first male child born in the new colony. [Source: 375th Anniversary of the Eendracht and Nieuw Nederlandby Harry Macy, Jr., F.A.S.G., F.G.B.S Originally published in The NYG&B Newsletter, Winter 1999]

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