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Death Finds a Way: A Janie Riley Mystery
by Lorine McGinnis Schulze
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New Netherland Settlers
published June 2010. Coil bound 8.5x11. 56 p. $16.00 ISBN: 978-0-9680744-6-6 Order Form or Paypal Orders
The European Origins of the Boelen Family: Boele Roeloffson and His Wife Bayken Arents in Amsterdam by Lorine McGinnis Schulze was published in the April 2000 issue of The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.
It was a brief overview of genealogy records found in Amsterdam for Boele and Bayken. After the article was published, more research was conducted on my behalf with exciting results. Bayken Arentsí father was found to have used a second patronymic. In-depth research provided more family details and records recorded under this second patronymic.
And so this book was born. It is 56 pages set in the historical context of the early Dutch settlement in New Netherland (now New York). The history of New Netherland, customs, religious practices, and settlement of Fort Orange (Albany) are discussed in depth. An explanation of the patronymic system of naming, the barter system of paying for goods and the English translation of common Dutch words used in church records is provided.
Boele and Bayken's origins in the Netherlands are thoroughly covered with Bayken's newly discovered lineage documented and sourced in footnotes. A genealogy report for Boele and Bayken and their children as well as Bayken's ancestry are clearly laid out. Hand-drawn maps complete this book which is part of the New Netherland Settlers series.
TABLE OF CONTENTSPART 1: THE DUTCH IN NEW NETHERLAND
Origins of New Netherland
Fort Orange & Albany Beginnings
Early Settlers & Immigration
Money & Money Substitutes
Introduction to Patronymics
Translation of Dutch Phrases in Church Records
Bibliography of Sources in Part I
PART 1I: THE EUROPEAN ORIGINS OF THE FAMILY
The European Origins of Boele Roeloffsen & Bayken Arents
PART 1II: GENEALOGY REPORT PIETER FRANSSEN
PART 1V: BOELE ROELOFFSEN & HIS WIFE BAYKEN ARENTS IN AMSTERDAM & NEW NETHERLAND
PART V: MAPS
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