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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
The list of the passengers on "Den Houttuyn" which sailed June 1642 is published on page 605 of the Van Renselaer Bowier Manuscripts.
Van Rensselaer Bowier manuscripts, being the letters of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 1630-1643, and other documents relating to the colony of Rensselaerswyck. Tr. and ed. by A.J.F. van Laer, archivist. With an introductory essay by Nicolaas de Roever, late archivist of the city of Amsterdam; tr. by Mrs. Alan H. Strong. Albany, University of the state of New York, 1908. 909 p. facsims. 23 cm.
Kiliaen van Rensselaer asked Domine Johannes Megapolensis
"His reverence will please look after my people and goods who in the name of God now go over in the ship "den Houttuyn".
The persons who sail are the following:
Written in the margin of the letter book were 3 additional names:
It is to be remembered that the said Hendrick Albertsen for his three, Abraham Staes for his two, Evert Pels for his three, must pay the skipper, Adriaen Dircksen, for their board in the same manner as all the other freemen, but that board of the farm hands is charged to me.
N.B. The bookkeeper in the colony must regularly see to it that the board of the freemen is charged to their account, as Director Kieft sometimes charges it with that of other people in one lump to the patroon..."
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