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John Dredge1

b. 11 February 1652
  • John Dredge was baptized on 11 February 1652 at English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2107] Stadsarchief Gemeente Amsterdam,"Doopregisters (1564-1811)", online https://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/…. Retrieved June 1, 2008, using the surname (achter) Dredge.. Hereinafter cited as Doopregisters (1564-1811).
  2. [S2123] Baptisms, 1607-1811, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam; FHL film #0113414, item 1 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950), Microfilm genomen van de originele in het Gemeente Archief te Amsterdam., p.89. "7 January 1652 was baptized John, the son of John Dredge.". Hereinafter cited as Baptisms, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam.

Josias Dredge1

b. 13 August 1653
  • Josias Dredge was baptized on 13 August 1653 at English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.1,2
  • Josias Janszen Drats and Josias Dredge may be one and the same. The Josias Dredge, who's baptism record is found in the English Presbyterian Church at Amsterdam, has the same given name, and would be the same age that has been approximated for Josias Janszen Drats. In addition, the given name of the father's match (John and Jan) and the Josias baptized in 1653 has a sister named Sarah, while Josias Drats named his eldest daughter, Sarah. This is pure speculation at this point in time (Feb. 2009) but it is also the only possible lead that has thus far been uncovered for the origins of Josias Janszen Drats.

Citations

  1. [S2107] Stadsarchief Gemeente Amsterdam,"Doopregisters (1564-1811)", online https://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/…. Retrieved June 1, 2008, using the surname (achter) Dredge.. Hereinafter cited as Doopregisters (1564-1811).
  2. [S2123] Baptisms, 1607-1811, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam; FHL film #0113414, item 1 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950), Microfilm genomen van de originele in het Gemeente Archief te Amsterdam., p.91. "5 January 1653 was baptized Josias, the son of John Dredge.". Hereinafter cited as Baptisms, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam.

Sara Dredge1

b. 7 December 1650
  • Sara Dredge was baptized on 7 December 1650 at English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2107] Stadsarchief Gemeente Amsterdam,"Doopregisters (1564-1811)", online https://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/…. Retrieved June 1, 2008, using the surname (achter) Dredge.. Hereinafter cited as Doopregisters (1564-1811).
  2. [S2123] Baptisms, 1607-1811, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam; FHL film #0113414, item 1 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1950), Microfilm genomen van de originele in het Gemeente Archief te Amsterdam., p.87. "7 December 1650 was baptized Sara, the daughter of John Dredge.". Hereinafter cited as Baptisms, English Presbyterian Church, Amsterdam.

George Learn Dreher1

b. 12 January 1841, d. 7 January 1907
  • George Learn Dreher was born on 12 January 1841 at Wyoming, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania.1
  • He married Catherine Jane Turner on 26 March 1887.1
  • George Learn Dreher died on 7 January 1907 at Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S3395] Daughters of the American Revolution,"DAR Library", online http://www.dar.org/library/online_research.cfm. Ancestor Search feature using "Drake, Samuel," retrieved Sept. 2010. Ancestor #A033470. Lineage descendant #237122. Hereinafter cited as DAR Library.

Melchior Dreher1

b. 28 February 1802, d. 27 September 1882
  • Melchior Dreher was born on 28 February 1802 at Hamilton Twp., Monroe Co., Pennsylvania.1
  • He married Sarah Drake, daughter of Levi Drake and Helena Van Campen, on 19 December 1824.1
  • Melchior Dreher died on 27 September 1882 at Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., Pennsylvania.1

Family: Sarah Drake b. 27 Sep 1807, d. 24 Jul 1878

Citations

  1. [S3395] Daughters of the American Revolution,"DAR Library", online http://www.dar.org/library/online_research.cfm. Ancestor Search feature using "Drake, Samuel," retrieved Sept. 2010. Ancestor #A033470. Lineage descendant #237122. Hereinafter cited as DAR Library.

Edith Stuyvesant Dresser

b. 17 January 1873, d. 21 December 1958

Catharyna Dret1

b. 17 June 1739
  • Catharyna Dret was baptized on 17 June 1739 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Jan and Fydtje De Vous.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:78. Catharyna, of Jan and Annaatje Dereth. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Isaac Dret1

b. 7 July 1745
  • Isaac Dret was baptized on 7 July 1745 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Pr. Fonda, Maria Barrewe.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:110. Isaac of Johan Dret and Annatje De Vous. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Jan Dret1

b. before 1716, d. 1749
  • Jan Dret was born before 1716.
  • He married with banns published on 15 August 1735 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, Anna De Vous "John Dret and M. D. Fou."2
  • Jan Dret died in 1749 at Albany, New York.3
  • Also known as Jan Dereth Dareth, or Derent.4
  • Also known as John Dret.5
  • Also known as Johan Dret.6

Family: Anna De Vous b. b 1719

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:95. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  2. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:5. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  3. [S1806] "Genealogical Exchange", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record : 123 (1992):109. Inquiry submitted by Emma-Jo Levey Davis of Midlothian, Va. seeking the parents of "John Dret/Dareth/Deret who married Anna De Voe in 1735, Albany. Had John, Rachel, Catherine, Jennetie, Tobias, Isaac, Rachel. Died 1749, Albany.". Hereinafter cited as "Gen. Exchange."
  4. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:78. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  5. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:61. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  6. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:87. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  7. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:61. Jan, of John and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  8. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:67. Rachel, of Jan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  9. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:78. Catharyna, of Jan and Annaatje Dereth. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  10. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:87. Jannetje, of Johan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  11. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:95. Tobias, of Jan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  12. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:110. Isaac of Johan Dret and Annatje De Vous. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  13. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:122. Rachel of Jan Derent(?) and Anna Devoe. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Jan Dret1

b. 25 January 1736
  • Jan Dret was baptized on 25 January 1736 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors R. and G. Du Fou.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:61. Jan, of John and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Jannetje Dret

b. before 1665
  • Jannetje Dret was born before 1665.
  • She married Johannes Pauluszen, son of Paulus Jurckszen, at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 9 July 1681 (int. 11 Jun 1681).1
  • Also known as Jannetje Dereth.1
  • Also known as Janneken Dewt.2
  • She became a member of the New York Reformed Dutch Church on 4 March 1675.3,4
  • Jannetje Dret witnessed the baptism of Geertje Hoppe , daughter of William Hoppe and Myno Yerkes, on 20 December 1682 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Johannes Jurcxsen, Jannetie Dret).5
  • Hoffman notes in "Brouwer Beginnings" (TAG 24:30-31 fn.) that it has been suggested that Jannetje Dret was a relative of Josias Drats. He noted her marriage and the baptism of four children at the NYDR, and states that "judging by the sponsors at the baptisms of her children, she was a relative of Jan Doreth (Dereth), the husband of Grietie Plettenberg. The latter married as his widow, 1663 (MDC:28) Willem van der Schueren. On the other hand, a study of the sponsors for the children of Josias Dret (Drake) does not indicate any relationship with the foregoing."6

Family: Johannes Pauluszen

  • Paulus Pauluszen7
  • Grietie Pauluszen7
  • Johannes Pauluszen2
  • Jurck Pauluszen7
  • Willem Pauluszen7

Citations

  1. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), page 49. Johannes Pauluszen, j.m. Van de Esopus, en Jannetje Dereth, j.d. Van Amsterd, beyde woonende tot N. Yorke. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  2. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 173. Johannes; parents: Johannes Pauluszen, Janneken dewt; witnesses: Willem Van der Schuren, Marritje Van Beeck, Joris Warder. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  3. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 24:30 fn. Hoffman states that "she was called from Amsterdam," however that is not found in the record as published in NYG&BR 9:147. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  4. [S2155] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Members List", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol. 9- (1878-): 9:147. Hereinafter cited as "RDC New York, Members List, NYG&BR 9 (1878)."
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 10:27.
  6. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 24:30-31 fn.. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  7. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 24:31 fn. cont. from p.30. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…

Jannetje Dret1

b. 15 March 1741
  • Jannetje Dret was baptized on 15 March 1741 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Isaac and Jannetje De Vous.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:87. Jannetje, of Johan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Rachel Dret1

b. 19 June 1737, d. before September 1748
  • Rachel Dret was baptized on 19 June 1737 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Johs. and Eckb. D. Garmoy.1
  • She died before September 1748.

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:67. Rachel, of Jan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Rachel Dret1

b. 11 September 1748
  • Rachel Dret was baptized on 11 September 1748 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:122. Rachel of Jan Derent(?) and Anna Devoe. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Tobias Dret1

b. 8 December 1742
  • Tobias Dret was baptized on 8 December 1742 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York; sponsors Johannes Jac. and Anna Lansing.1

Citations

  1. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 3:95. Tobias, of Jan and Anna Dret. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.

Samantha Marina Drier1

Citations

  1. [S2241] Paul Brewer, Adolphus Brouwer, Unpublished Register Report, Sept. 12, 2008, Fully sourced. Copy received via e-mail by Chris Chester from Paul Brewer, 12 Sept. 2008, Chris Chester, Kent, New York, page 86.

Benjamin Woodbury Driggs1

b. 13 May 1837, d. 1 October 1913
  • Benjamin Woodbury Driggs was born on 13 May 1837 at Fredonia (Youngstown), Mahoning Co., Ohio.1
  • He married first at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah, on 16 February 1857 Olivia Pratt, daughter of Parley P. Pratt and Mary Ann Stearns.2,3
  • Benjamin Woodbury Driggs married second on 5 October 1867 Rosalie Ellen Cox, daughter of Frederick W. Cox and Emmeline Whiting, (plural marriage).3
  • Benjamin Woodbury Driggs died on 1 October 1913 at Ogden, Weber Co., Utah.1

Family 1: Olivia Pratt b. 1 Jun 1841, d. 12 Jun 1906

  • Benjamin Woodbury Driggs Jr,3
  • Ella Olivia Driggs3
  • Luna Bell Driggs3
  • Don Carlos Driggs+2 b. 20 Nov 1864, d. 14 Sep 1933
  • Parley Shadrach Driggs3
  • Florence Marian Driggs3
  • Leland Monroe Driggs3
  • Grace Edith Driggs3
  • Alice Vivia Driggs3
  • Rintha Blanch Driggs3
  • William King Driggs3

Family 2: Rosalie Ellen Cox b. 22 Feb 1846

  • Frank Milton Driggs3
  • Howard Roscoe Driggs+3 b. 8 Aug 1873, d. 17 Feb 1963
  • Ida Lenora Driggs3
  • Maude Rosalie Driggs3
  • Clarice Lilla Driggs3
  • Clarice Lucille Driggs3
  • Genova Pearl Driggs3
  • Burton Wells Driggs3
  • Ralph Emerson Driggs3

Citations

  1. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.44. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  2. [S2209] Rich Davis, "Bob Driggs Lineage," e-mail message from Rich Davis to Chris Chester, 24 Sep 2008, A direct lineage from Joseph Driggs to James Robert (Bob) Driggs. Hereinafter cited as "Bob Driggs Lineage."
  3. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.78. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.

Daniel Driggs1

b. 17 May 1721, d. 1798
  • Daniel Driggs was born on 17 May 1721 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.2
  • He married Elizabeth Strickland, daughter of David Strickland and Elizabeth Hubbard, at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, on 19 March 1740/41.2
  • Daniel Driggs died in 1798.
  • He was buried at Congregational Church Cemetery, Millington, Connecticut; "beside his father."3
  • Daniel Driggs resided at Millington, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; until 1784 when he conveyed to his son David, 65 acres of the farm and one-half of the house. Daniel moved across the river to Bristol in Farmington Twp.4

Family: Elizabeth Strickland b. 16 Mar 1721/22

  • Daniel Driggs+2 b. 27 Dec 1741
  • John Driggs2
  • Bartholomew Driggs2
  • Elizabeth Driggs2
  • Mary Driggs5
  • Sarah Driggs5
  • David Driggs5
  • Esther Driggs5

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.
  3. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.35. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  4. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.36. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  5. [S1448] "East Haddam Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as East Haddam VR from Barbour.

Daniel Driggs1

b. 27 December 1741
  • Daniel Driggs was born on 27 December 1741 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.1
  • He married Ruth Graves, daughter of Graves, at East Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, on 15 November 1763.2
  • Daniel Driggs served during at the Revolutionary War. Enlisting in 1775, age 34.3
  • Daniel Driggs moved to at near Marcellus, Onondaga Co., New York, sometime after the Revolutionary War, probably receiving land granted in the Military Tract.4
  • He appeared on the census in 1800 at Onondaga Co., New York.4

Family: Ruth Graves

  • Martin Driggs4
  • Roswell Driggs4
  • Rhoda Driggs4
  • Jeheil Driggs4
  • Daniel Dow Driggs4
  • Urial Driggs+4 b. 29 Apr 1780, d. 14 Sep 1846

Citations

  1. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.
  2. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.37. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  3. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.45. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  4. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.53. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.

Don Carlos Driggs1

b. 20 November 1864, d. 14 September 1933
  • Don Carlos Driggs was born on 20 November 1864 at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah.1,2
  • He married May Jerusha Robison, daughter of Lewis Robison and Louisa Gheen, at Manti, Sanpete Co., Utah, on 31 July 1889.1
  • Don Carlos Driggs died on 14 September 1933 at Phoenix, Arizona.1,2
  • Don Carlos Driggs was a graduate of Bringham Young University. He took his family to Idaho in 1889 and settled at Teton Valley, and founded the city of Driggs, Teton Co., Idaho. He was appointed postmaster of Driggs by President Groover Cleveland. He belonged to the Church of Latter-day Saints and was Stake President for twenty years. At age 57, he moved his family to Phoenix, Arizona where he and his sons built the Western Savings and Loan Association into the state's largest institution of it's kind.3

Family: May Jerusha Robison b. 25 Jan 1867, d. 22 Sep 1956

  • Florence Emma Driggs3
  • Lewis Lynne Driggs3
  • Vida Robison Driggs3
  • Don Carlos Driggs3
  • Elwood Wesley Driggs3
  • Douglas Harmon Driggs3
  • Golden Kenneth Driggs1
  • Junius Elmarion Driggs3
  • Virginia Louisa Driggs3

Citations

  1. [S2209] Rich Davis, "Bob Driggs Lineage," e-mail message from Rich Davis to Chris Chester, 24 Sep 2008, A direct lineage from Joseph Driggs to James Robert (Bob) Driggs. Hereinafter cited as "Bob Driggs Lineage."
  2. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.78. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  3. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.146. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.

Elizabeth Driggs1

b. 17 December 1719, d. 10 January 1739/40
  • Elizabeth Driggs was born on 17 December 1719 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.2
  • She died on 10 January 1739/40 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; unmarried.2

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.

Howard Roscoe Driggs1

b. 8 August 1873, d. 17 February 1963
  • Howard Roscoe Driggs was born on 8 August 1873 at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah.1
  • He married first at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah, on 8 September 1897 Eva May Frampton, daughter of William M. Frampton and Mary Terry.2
  • Howard Roscoe Driggs married second at University of Kansas Chapel, Lawrence, Kansas, on 26 September 1948 Mrs. Margaret Quarrier.2
  • Howard Roscoe Driggs died on 17 February 1963 at Bayside, Queens Co., New York.2
  • He was buried at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah.2
  • Howard R. Driggs taught in the public schools at Pleasant Grove. He graduated from the University of Utah's School of Education, and was head of the English Dept. at Branch Normal School, Cedar City, Utah. He then studied at the University of Chicago, taught at the University of Utah, and in 1923 was appointed Professor of English Ed. at New York University. He retired in 1942 and was named Professor Emeritus. He is the author of over fifty books, was President of the American Pioneer Trails Association, and is the author of the Driggs Family History, vol. 1.2
  • For the Howard R. Driggs Memorial Association see http://driggsfoundation.org/biography.htm.

Family: Eva May Frampton

  • Howard Wayne Driggs2
  • Harold Perry Driggs2

Citations

  1. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.78. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  2. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.158. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.

John Driggs

b. 26 January 1723/24
  • John Driggs was born on 26 January 1723/24 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.1
  • No further record.2

Citations

  1. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.
  2. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.

Joseph Driggs1

b. 5 July 1716, d. before September 1718
  • Joseph Driggs was born on 5 July 1716 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.2
  • He died before September 1718.

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.

Joseph Driggs1,2

b. 14 September 1718, d. 24 August 1797
  • Joseph Driggs was born on 14 September 1718 at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.3
  • He married Rachel Johnson, daughter of Joseph Johnson and Hannah Andrus, at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, on 22 May 1746.3
  • Joseph Driggs died on 24 August 1797.4

Family: Rachel Johnson b. 24 Dec 1726, d. 6 Dec 1802

  • Joseph Driggs3
  • Joseph Driggs3
  • Hannah Driggs4
  • Israel Driggs3
  • Israel Driggs3
  • Elisha Driggs3
  • Samuel Driggs3
  • John Driggs3
  • Benjamin Driggs3

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S1552] Harry S. Driggs, "Driggs Bible 1718-1951", Connecticut Nutmegger vol.11, no.4, pp.505-507, 595-597 (Mar 1979): p.595. Hereinafter cited as "Driggs Bible 1718-1951."
  3. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.
  4. [S1552] Harry S. Driggs, "Driggs Bible 1718-1951", Connecticut Nutmegger vol.11, no.4, pp.505-507, 595-597 (Mar 1979): Records from a Driggs family Bible owned by Raymond Nelson Fuller and submitted by Harry S. Driggs. Hereinafter cited as "Driggs Bible 1718-1951."

Joseph Driggs1

b. between 1680 and 1690, d. before 15 November 1748
  • Joseph Driggs was probably born between 1680 and 1690 in Europe.
  • He married first at Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, on 13 September 1716 Elizabeth Martin, daughter of John Martin and Elizabeth.2
  • Joseph Driggs married second after 1724 Martha Holland.
  • Joseph Driggs died before 15 November 1748 at East Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  • He was buried at Congregational Church Cemetery, Millington, Connecticut.3
  • The sketch of Joseph Driggs found in New England Families Genealogical and Memorial state that Joseph Driggs was the immigrant ancestor to America. That he was "born in 1686 in England, died November 1748 at East Haddam, Connecticut. He came to America in 1712 and first settled at Saybrook, Connecticut; from there he removed to Middletown, and in 1746 to East Haddam."4
  • Joseph Driggs resided at "Horses Delight", East Haddam, Connecticut.5
  • On 7 June 1725, Joseph Driggs, in right of his wife Elizabeth, deceased, as she was administrator on the estate of Joseph Bourne, late of Middletown, exhibited an account of administration on said estate amounting to the sum of £30-13-01 due to him from said estate more than the moveable part of said estate amounts to, which account is by this Court accepted.6
  • His will was dated on 31 October 1748 proved 15 Nov 1748, called "Joseph Driggs of East Haddam in the County of Hartford, Colony of Connecticut in New England," names wife Martha, son Joseph Driggs, son Daniel Driggs. Names as executors, his wife Martha and son Daniel.7
  • The previously supposed ancestry of Joseph Driggs:According to the family tradition, as laid out by Howard R. Driggs in 1959 (Driggs Family History, pp.25-26) and repeated, but with some caution in Driggs Family History Vol. 2 (1971) a young Joseph (probably in his late teens) found himself shipwrecked "in the storm-tossed waters of Long Island Sound." The family tradition claims that the shipwreck occurred somewhere near the mouth of the Connecticut River and that Joseph was found on a "Saybrook sandbar, among the wreckage, lashed to a mast. He spoke little English and when he gave his name it sounded like Driggs." Apparently, he never returned to his Long Island home. No reason is known for his being on the ship, and the ship itself is not identified, however, it is theorized that he may have been pressed into service by the British. The family history supposes that Joseph Driggs was the Joseph De Raet who in 1702 was among those to sign a petition to New York Governor, Lord Cornbury, and that is was this act that either prompted the impressment of Joseph into the service of the British, or prompted Joseph to flee Long Island for safety in Connecticut, as a number of men, in the words of Gov. Cornbury, were said to have done. However, no proof is given to demonstrate that Joseph De Raet and Joseph Driggs are in fact one and the same. An early Driggs Family researcher, Col. Laurence L. Driggs (1876-1945) stated that, "Diligent search of records in Holland, England, France, Portugal and Spain" has "failed to disclose any person of the exact name Driggs who is not a descendant of this Joseph Driggs of Middletown, Connecticut" (Driggs Fam. Hist. v.1, p.28). However, the 1898 obituary of Shadrach Ford Driggs (Salt Lake City) claims that Joseph Driggs left Sheffield, England on 4 Feb 1703, with two children aboard the Liverpool, destination Boston. This account would obviously contradict the claim that Joseph Driggs is a son of Josias Drats. Thee first verifiable, recorded appearance of Joseph Driggs, progenitor of the Driggs Family in America, occurs in Connecticut when the name of Joseph Driggs is listed the Company of Connecticut Troops returning in 1709 from Woods Hole near Lake George, from an expedition against Canada. Also in the company were Daniel Martin and Joseph Boarn, both of Middletown, Connecticut, to men who Joseph Driggs would soon be associated with (citing Willy's Papers, Conn. Hist. Soc. 21/363). In 1715 Joseph Dreegs was a freeman at Middletown, Connecticut, possessing land valued at 24 pounds. Freemanship in Connecticut at this time implies that he was a member of the local Congregational Church. Descendants have carried on with the surname Driggs.8,9,10
  • Joseph Driggs is NOT Josias Drake as proved by recent DNA testing of direct descendants of both Josias Janszen Drats and Joseph Driggs. According to published accounts of the descendants of Joseph Driggs, of Middletown and East Haddam, Connecticut (Driggs Family History, two volumes, 1959, and 1971) who contend that the Driggs family progenitor, Joseph Driggs was born Josias Drats/Drake, Jr., son of Josias "de Raet" and Aeltje Brouwer. This idea, however, has now been disproved. DNA test results (Dec. 2008) of a confirmed direct descendant of Joseph Driggs have been compared to the previously acquired DNA test results of a number of different descendants of Josias Janszen Drats. It is clear that any common ancestor, shared between the Driggs and Drats/Drake families, would have lived thousands of years ago. It is very clear, that a common ancestor could NOT have lived within the past eight to ten generations or within the past 300 years (see footnote).11,12
  • In October 2010 Research by Richard W. Davis, as well as the DNA test results of a descendant, strongly suggest that Joseph Driggs was of Portugese origins. His original name was likely Jose Rodriguez, with "Driggs" being an adaptation of (Ro)DRIQUEZ.13

Family: Elizabeth Martin b. 24 Sep 1689, d. 3 Mar 1724

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9.. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S1449] "Middletown Vital Records from Barbour, 1668-1852."Transcribed by Carolyn Brown. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/….. Hereinafter cited as Middletown VR from Barbour.
  3. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.35. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  4. [S278] William Richard Cutter, compiler, New England Families Genealogical and Memorial (New York: Clearfield Co.1915; Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 1997), page 1176. Hereinafter cited as New England Familes Genealogical and Memorial.
  5. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.30. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  6. [S1894] Charles William Manwaring, A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records (Hartford: R.S. Peck & Co., Printers, 1904), Vol. 2, Hartford District, 1700-1729, page 159. Hereinafter cited as Early Connecticut Probate Records.
  7. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.31. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  8. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.25-26. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  9. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.xiii, offers a more cautious approach the the theory that Josias Drake, Jr. and Joseph Driggs are one and the same, "Previously, some researchers have referred to a chance in name of Josias Dret, Drats or Dregz, a son of a person of the same name, and Aeltze Adams Brouwer, she of Gowanus, to Joseph Driggs. This Josias was christened in Flatlands on 28 May 1682. This cannot be verified, so these conclusions must be assumed questionable. Either he was more than 62 when he died or he was born after 1682 which would not place him in the Drat, Drats or Dregz family.". Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  10. [S2092] "Local and Other Matters" Utah Digital Newspapers.The Deseret Weekly, online http://www.lib.utah.edu/digital/unews/, printout dated May 2008. Previously published in hard copy (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret News, 5 Nov 1898). Hereinafter cited as "Deseret Weekly". Death notice of Shadrach Ford Driggs found at http://udn.lib.utah.edu/cdm4/document.php. A full transcription: "Shadrach Ford Driggs died last night at his home in Pleasant Grove, over 85 years of age. He was born in Range No. 10, Ashtabula county, Ohio, August 23, 1831, then a wilderness. his father was Ural Driggs, born in the state of New York, April 29, 1780. The family heard the Gospel message in the wilderness of Ohio, and gathered with the Saints finallay at Nauvoo, where the deceased, Shadrach, labored as a wagonmaker, and built many of the wagons for the Saints to emigrate West with, and finally, after using up all the seasoned timber that could be obtained, he cut up the great cart that was used in moving rock n the Temple yard, and made two wagsons out of it for himself and fmaily to emigrate with, and he has made and mended wagons ever since to within a few days of his death. He left Nauvoo in 1846, came to Bluffs, and finally landedin Salt Lake City on October 2, 1852, and the same month moved to Pleasant Grove, where he has since resided. His wife, Eliza, preceded him to the gdreat beyond, February 1, 1896. They had eleven children, but their grandchildren can hardly be numbered. He also leaves a wife, Celia, surviving him.
    He came from a long line of ancestry that is traced for over a thousand years. In the year of 735, and during the reign of King Thiery IV of France, the ancestors of the deceased emigrated from Normandy and located in London, England. Thomas Driggs and his wife Hannah Sterling were the first known ancestors of this name. Among their children was one Stephen, who was born June 22, 821, during the Saxon heptarchy. From this time until April 16, 1512, the family continued to reside in London, and engaged in different professions and occupations. At this time George Driggs, by profession a watchmaker, removed to Sheffield. This branch of the family remained in Sheffield until February 4, 1703, when Joseph, with two children, embarked on board the ship Liverpool, for Boston, where he arrived April 7, 1703, and after a time settled at Hartford in the colony of Connecticut, and was the pioneer of the family to America. Since that time the posterity has become like the sands of the sea shore, and scattered all over the United States. Several were in the War of the Revolution, the war of 1812, and the War of the Rebellion.
    The funeral will be held tomorrow (Friday), October 28th, at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Grove.
    B.W. Driggs Jr."
  11. [S2299] DNA Test Results of a Descendant of Joseph Driggs. Conducted at the request and expense of Chris Chester with the participant being a confirmed direct descendant of Joseph Driggs of Middletown, Connecticut. The results were released on 3 Dec. 2008. Family Tree DNA, www.familytreedna.com.Results for the Joseph Driggs descendant, alleles on the first 12 markers: 13-23-15-10-14-17-11-13-11-13-14-31, with an exact match to Haplogroup T. Results for two confirmed (another five very likely) descendants of Josias Janszen Drats, alleles on the first 12 markers: 13-24-15-11-11-14-12-12-12-13-13-29, Haplogroup R1b1. The two only match on three of the twelve markers implying no possibility of a recent common ancestor. Please see http://web.me.com/blacknorthfarm/Brouwer_Genealogy/…,_Jr..html. Hereafter as DNA Test Results of a Descendant of Joseph Driggs.
  12. [S3946] Chris Chester,"Joseph Driggs is Not Josias Drake, Jr.."2008, 2009. Online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/….. Hereinafter cited as Joseph Driggs is Not Josias Drake, Jr.
  13. [S3947] Richard W. Davis, Joseph Driggs is Joseph/Jose Rodriguez in "Driggs Genealogy Forum", listserve message to Driggs Family Genealogy Forum at GenForum (www.genealogy.com), October 9, 2010. Printout dated October 9, 2010. Two postings (part 1 and part 2) with followups. Hereinafter cited as Joseph Driggs is Joseph/Jose Rodriguez.
  14. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.29. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.

Shadrach Ford Driggs1

b. 28 August 1813, d. 26 October 1898
  • Shadrach Ford Driggs was born on 28 August 1813 at Ashtabula Co., Ohio.1
  • He married first at Licking Co., Ohio, in June 1836 Elizabeth White, daughter of Henry Harvey White and Rebecca Smith.2
  • Shadrach Ford Driggs married second at Utah in 1855 Celia Harvey (Mormon plural marriage, she was a widow).2
  • Shadrach Ford Driggs died on 26 October 1898 at Pleasant Grove, Utah Co., Utah.2
  • He was a cartwright (wagonmaker).2
  • An obituary was published in the Deseret Weekly (5 Nov 1898) for Shadrach Ford Driggs, written by his eldest son Benjamin W. Driggs. In contrast with the Driggs Family traditions, the obituary states that Shadrach's ancestor, Joseph Driggs, came to Boston in 1703 from Sheffield, England, and that he (Joseph) was a son of George Driggs, formerly of London. The family tradition claims that Joseph Driggs was born Josias Drats/Drake, Jr., a son of Josias Janszen Drats and Aeltje Brouwer of Kings Co., Long Island, New York.3

Family 1: Elizabeth White b. 14 Jul 1812, d. 10 Feb 1896

  • Benjamin Woodbury Driggs+2 b. 13 May 1837, d. 1 Oct 1913
  • Hannah Jane Driggs2
  • Apollos Griffin Driggs2
  • Isaac Ashton Driggs2
  • Parley Pratt Driggs2
  • Charles Barnum Driggs2
  • Ruth Driggs2
  • Mark Driggs2
  • Eliza M. Driggs2
  • Mary Melissa Driggs2
  • Daniel Shadrack Driggs2

Family 2: Celia Harvey

  • Matilda Maria Driggs2

Citations

  1. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.26. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  2. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.44. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.
  3. [S2092] "Local and Other Matters" Utah Digital Newspapers.The Deseret Weekly, online http://www.lib.utah.edu/digital/unews/, printout dated May 2008. Previously published in hard copy (Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret News, 5 Nov 1898). Hereinafter cited as "Deseret Weekly". Death notice of Shadrach Ford Driggs found at http://udn.lib.utah.edu/cdm4/document.php. A full transcription: "Shadrach Ford Driggs died last night at his home in Pleasant Grove, over 85 years of age. He was born in Range No. 10, Ashtabula county, Ohio, August 23, 1831, then a wilderness. his father was Ural Driggs, born in the state of New York, April 29, 1780. The family heard the Gospel message in the wilderness of Ohio, and gathered with the Saints finallay at Nauvoo, where the deceased, Shadrach, labored as a wagonmaker, and built many of the wagons for the Saints to emigrate West with, and finally, after using up all the seasoned timber that could be obtained, he cut up the great cart that was used in moving rock n the Temple yard, and made two wagsons out of it for himself and fmaily to emigrate with, and he has made and mended wagons ever since to within a few days of his death. He left Nauvoo in 1846, came to Bluffs, and finally landedin Salt Lake City on October 2, 1852, and the same month moved to Pleasant Grove, where he has since resided. His wife, Eliza, preceded him to the gdreat beyond, February 1, 1896. They had eleven children, but their grandchildren can hardly be numbered. He also leaves a wife, Celia, surviving him.

    He came from a long line of ancestry that is traced for over a thousand years. In the year of 735, and during the reign of King Thiery IV of France, the ancestors of the deceased emigrated from Normandy and located in London, England. Thomas Driggs and his wife Hannah Sterling were the first known ancestors of this name. Among their children was one Stephen, who was born June 22, 821, during the Saxon heptarchy. From this time until April 16, 1512, the family continued to reside in London, and engaged in different professions and occupations. At this time George Driggs, by profession a watchmaker, removed to Sheffield. This branch of the family remained in Sheffield until February 4, 1703, when Joseph, with two children, embarked on board the ship Liverpool, for Boston, where he arrived April 7, 1703, and after a time settled at Hartford in the colony of Connecticut, and was the pioneer of the family to America. Since that time the posterity has become like the sands of the sea shore, and scattered all over the United States. Several were in the War of the Revolution, the war of 1812, and the War of the Rebellion.
    The funeral will be held tomorrow (Friday), October 28th, at 2 p.m. at Pleasant Grove.
    B.W. Driggs Jr."

Urial Driggs1

b. 29 April 1780, d. 14 September 1846
  • Urial Driggs was born on 29 April 1780 at probably Connecticut.2
  • He married Hannah Ford, daughter of Thomas Ford and Hannah Rowlandson, at Farmington, Hartford Co., Connecticut, on 26 October 1800.2
  • Urial Driggs died on 14 September 1846 at Lee Co., Iowa.2
  • Urial Driggs and his family lived in a number of locations, Marcellus, Onandaga Co., New York; Ashtabula Co., Ohio; Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania. He joined the Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormon Church) in about 1837 and moved with fellow Mormons to Nauvoo, Illinois. After the troubles there, he moved his family across the Mississippi River into Iowa, and died and is buried on the trail.2

Family: Hannah Ford b. 17 May 1780, d. Feb 1848

  • Matilda Driggs2
  • Maria Driggs2
  • Jeremiah Driggs2
  • Hezekiah Driggs2
  • Dency Driggs2
  • Daniel Driggs2
  • Chloe Driggs2
  • Ruth Driggs2
  • Shadrach Ford Driggs+2 b. 28 Aug 1813, d. 26 Oct 1898
  • Abel S. Driggs2
  • Hannah Driggs2
  • Thomas Driggs2
  • Samuel Driggs2
  • Starling G. Driggs2
  • Lorenzo Dow Driggs2

Citations

  1. [S2080] Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History (Salt Lake City: Publisher's Press, 1959). FHL film #1697352, item 9., p.53. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Family History.
  2. [S2090] L. Lynne Driggs, Harry Stoddard Driggs and Howard R. Driggs, Driggs Family History, Vol. 2 (Salt Lake City, Utah: Driggs Family Association, 1971), p.26. Hereinafter cited as Driggs Fam. Hist. v.2.

Lysbeth Drinkvelt1,2

b. before 1625
  • Lysbeth Drinkvelt was probably born before 1625.
  • She married first Cornelis van Hal.3
  • Lysbeth Drinkvelt married second at Grote Kerk, Breda, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands, in November 1648 Willem Brouwer.3
  • Lysbeth Drinkvelt married third after August 1668 Jan Rinckhout, son of Rinckhout.4
  • Also known as Elisabeth Aertsen Drinckvelt.3
  • In 1648 Lysbeth Drinkvelt resided at Princelant, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.3
  • Her brother was a captain of the militia at Breda. She had an uncle Hubrecht Stoffelsz who died at Sandberch near Klundert.4
  • On 29 Dec 1668, Lysbeth Brouwers (sic), widow of the late Willem Brouwer, deceased, presents a petition praying for permission to renounce the estate and that she may receive the same favor and mercy as other oppressed persons (In Aug 1668, the Deacons of the Dutch Reformed Church at Albany paid fl.40:15 for the burial of Willem Brouwer and fl.5 to his widow).1
  • She witnessed the baptism of Isaac de Graaf , son of Claas de Graaf and Elisabeth Willemse Brouwer, on 4 August 1691 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York, (sponsors Terk Harmens, Lysbet Rinkout).5
  • Lysbeth Drinkvelt witnessed the baptism of Elisabeth Brouwer , daughter of Hendrick Willemsz Brouwer and Maritie Pieterse Borsboom, on 27 March 1695 at First Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York, (sponsors Jacobus Van Dyk, Lysbeth Drinkvels).6
  • Lysbeth Drinkvelt was a member of the at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 4 September 1697 "Elisabeth Brinckfelt, h.v. Jan Rinckout, met Attestaite van N. Albanien."7
  • She witnessed the baptism of Johannes Groot , son of Symon Groot and Geertruy Janse Rinckhout, on 13 December 1702 at First Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York, (sponsors Isaak Swits, Lisabit Rinkhout).8

Family: Willem Brouwer b. bt 1610 - 1620, d. Aug 1668

Citations

  1. [S1337] Minutes of the Court of Albany, Rensselaerswyck and Schenectady (Albany, NY: The University of the State of New York, 1926-1932), 1:47. Hereinafter cited as Minutes of the Court of Albany, Rensselaerswyck and Schenectady.
  2. [S1338] Anonymous, Old Homesteads and Historic Buildings, Genealogy and Family Lore: Architectural-Pictorial-Historical Exhibition (Parsons, Kan.: Commercial Pub.Co., 1930), p.49. Hereinafter cited as Old Homesteads and Historic Buildings.
  3. [S4710] "Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium", online www.geneaknowhow.net. , Retrieved March 2012. Noord-Brabant, Breda, search using BROUWER, Willem. Willem Brouwer, Geboorteplaats bruidegom (birthplace bridegroom): Nijkerk; Elisabeth Aertssen Drinckvelt, weduwe (widow), woonplaats (residence): Princelant. Naam vorige echtgenoot bruid (name of former spouse bride): Cornelis van Hal. Source: Klapper NH trouwregister Grote Kerk Breda. Hereinafter cited as DRNB.
  4. [S1828] Misc. Brouwer Pages of Wm. J. Hoffman, Typewritten Manuscript, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City, New York, "Brouwer in Albany and Schenectady."
  5. [S1639] Holland Society of New York, compiler, Records of The Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809 (Baltimore, Maryland: reprinted for Clearfield Co., Inc. by Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1978), 1:53. Isaac of Claas Graaf and Lysbeth Willemsz. Hereinafter cited as RDC Albany.
  6. [S1341] Arthur C.M. Kelly and Transcribed by Donald A. Keefer, Schenectady Reformed Church Baptisms 1694-1811 (Rhinebeck, New York: Arthur C.M. Kelly, 1987), p.1, no.12. Elisabeth; parents: Hendrick brouwer, Marritje Pieterse. Hereinafter cited as Schenectady RDC Bapt. 1694-1811.
  7. [S1744] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York - Church Members List", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.59,60,61,62 (1928,1929,1930,1931): 59:162. Hereinafter cited as "Members RDC NY/NA, NYGBR."
  8. [S1341] Arthur C.M. Kelly and Transcribed by Donald A. Keefer, Schenectady Reformed Church Baptisms 1694-1811 (Rhinebeck, New York: Arthur C.M. Kelly, 1987), p.6, no.122. Hereinafter cited as Schenectady RDC Bapt. 1694-1811.
  9. [S4710] "Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium", online www.geneaknowhow.net. , Retrieved March 2012. Noord-Brabant, Breda, search using BROUWERS, Willem. Arnoldus, tweeling (twin); parents: Willem Brouwers, Elisabeth Aertsen Drinckvelt. Hereinafter cited as DRNB.
  10. [S4710] "Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium", online www.geneaknowhow.net. , Retrieved March 2012. Noord-Brabant, Breda, search using BROUWERS, Willem. Eva, tweeling (twin); parents: Willem Brouwers, Elisabeth Aertsen Drinckvelt. Hereinafter cited as DRNB.
  11. [S1341] Arthur C.M. Kelly and Transcribed by Donald A. Keefer, Schenectady Reformed Church Baptisms 1694-1811 (Rhinebeck, New York: Arthur C.M. Kelly, 1987). Hereinafter cited as Schenectady RDC Bapt. 1694-1811.

Catharina Drinkwater1

b. 20 February 1751
  • Catharina Drinkwater was baptized on 20 February 1751 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Joris Janze, Catharina Van Dyk, h.v.v. Zilvester Brimle.1

Citations

  1. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 26:130.

Edward Drinkwater1

Family: Helena Burger b. 7 Jun 1730

Citations

  1. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948). Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  2. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.179. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 26:15.
  4. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 26:130.

Jannetje Drinkwater1

b. 26 February 1749
  • Jannetje Drinkwater was baptized on 26 February 1749 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Johannes Burger, Helena Brouwer, s.h.v. (Helena probably and error for Jannetje).1

Citations

  1. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 26:15.

Susanna Droilhet1,2,3,4,5

b. 21 May 1710
  • Father*: Paul Droilhet1
  • Mother*: Susanna de la Vabre1
  • Susanna Droilhet was born on 21 May 1710.3
  • She was baptized on 20 June 1710 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York.1
  • She married Johannes Brouwer, son of Jacob Jacobsz Brouwer and Petronella de la Montagne, at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 9 October 1734 (banns 8 Oct 1734) "John Brouwer, Susanna Deroillhet."6
  • Surname is also spelled Deroillhet.6
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Jacob Brouwer , son of Jacob Brouwer and Maria de Lanoy, on 13 June 1742 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Johannes Brouwer, Susanna Draljet, z.h.v.).7
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Petronella Brouwer , daughter of Abraham Brouwer and Aefje van Gelder, on 5 October 1748 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Johz Brouwer, Susanna Dorjet, z.h.v.).8
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Abraham Brouwer , son of Everhardus Brouwer and Cornelia de Lanoy, on 19 November 1752 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Johannes Brouwer, Susanna Droljitt, s.h.v.).9
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Susanna Brouwer , daughter of Jacob Brouwer and Maria Spoor, on 17 November 1762 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Johannes Brouwer, Susanna Drojet, z.h.v.).10
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of John Colwell , son of Thomas Hurlston Colwell and Antje Brouwer, on 5 February 1769 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors John Brouwer, Susanna Drujet, z.h.).11
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Susanna Brouwer , daughter of Johannes Brouwer and Perkins Lambert, on 28 May 1769 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors John Brouwer, Susanna Druljet, z.h.v.).12
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of Elizabeth Druljet Kip , daughter of Gerrit Kip and Nelletje Brouwer, on 12 August 1770 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors John Brouwer, Jr., Susanna Druljet, h.v. John Brower).13
  • Susanna Droilhet witnessed the baptism of John Brouwer , son of Johannes Brouwer and Perkins Lambert, on 2 September 1770 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors John Brower, Susanna Druljet, z.h.v.).14

Family: Johannes Brouwer b. 19 Mar 1712, d. b 23 Oct 1781

Citations

  1. [S1530] Rev. Alfred V. Wittmeyer, editor, Registers of the Births, Marriages and Deaths of the "Englise Françoise á la Nouvelle York" (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1968), p.118. Hereinafter cited as BMD French C., NY.
  2. [S1882] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Notes No. II", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol. 72, pages 332-337 (1941): 72:332. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Notes No. II."
  3. [S1319] William Brower Bogardus, Dear "Cousin": A Charted Genealogy of the Descendants of Anneke Jans Bogardus (1605-1663) to the 5th Generation - and of her sister, Marritje Jans (Wilmington, OH, U.S.A.: Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, 1996), chart 7B. Hereinafter cited as Dear "Cousin."
  4. [S1956] Edwin R. Purple, "Contributions to the History of the Ancient Families of New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.8 (1877): p.132 fn. Hereinafter cited as "CHAFNY; NYGBR 8 (1877)."
  5. [S1795] "Brouwer Beginnings" by William J. Hoffman, Manuscript, BB-50, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York City, New York.
  6. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.157. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  7. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 24:77.
  8. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 26:12.
  9. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 27:30.
  10. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 28:221.
  11. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 29:148.
  12. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 29:150.
  13. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 29:158.
  14. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 29:159.

Mary Droxy1

Family: Charles Brower b. c 1838

Citations

  1. [S2760] William B. Bogardus Collection of Brouwer, Brower and Brewer Family Material and Correspondence, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio, Box 3, File B, Jan Brouwer of Flatlands. File 78-L. Uses census, church and cemtery records. Hereafter cited as William B. Bogardus Collection.

Mary Druse1,2

b. 3 December 1793, d. 26 October 1854
  • Father*: James Druse3
  • Mother*: Rachel Denslow3
  • Mary Druse was born on 3 December 1793 at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York.1
  • She married Henry Stansel, son of George Stansel and Leah Pickard, on 29 September 1812.1,2
  • Mary Druse died on 26 October 1854 at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York.2
  • She was buried at Middle Village Cemetery, Springfield, Otsego Co., New York.2
  • She appeared on the census on 4 September 1850 at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York, as Mary Stansel, age 55, born in New York.4

Family: Henry Stansel b. 21 Apr 1790, d. 2 Dec 1863

Citations

  1. [S1683] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Denslow Family in America", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 77, 80, 81, 88, 90 (1946, 1950, 1951, 1957): 88:79. Hereinafter cited as "Denslow Fam., NYG&BR 50."
  2. [S4066] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Druse Genealogy", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 69, page 114 (1938): 69:115. Hereinafter cited as "Druse Genealogy."
  3. [S1683] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Denslow Family in America", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 77, 80, 81, 88, 90 (1946, 1950, 1951, 1957): 88:78. Hereinafter cited as "Denslow Fam., NYG&BR 50."
  4. [S212] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, NARA Ser. M432, Roll 579, page 64A. Henry Stansel household. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.

Mehitable Druse1

b. 10 April 1796, d. 21 January 1861
  • Father*: James Druse1
  • Mother*: Rachel Denslow1
  • Mehitable Druse was born on 10 April 1796 at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York.1
  • She married Henry Stansel, son of George Stansel and Leah Pickard.1
  • Mehitable Druse died on 21 January 1861 at Springfield, Otsego Co., New York.2
  • She was buried at Chyle Cemetery, Warren, Herkimer Co., New York.2
  • Her will was dated on 5 October 1859 leaves all her property to her sister, Rachel.3

Citations

  1. [S1683] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Denslow Family in America", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols. 77, 80, 81, 88, 90 (1946, 1950, 1951, 1957): 88:79. Hereinafter cited as "Denslow Fam., NYG&BR 50."
  2. [S4066] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Druse Genealogy", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 69, page 114 (1938): 69:26. Hereinafter cited as "Druse Genealogy."
  3. [S4066] George McKenzie Roberts, "The Druse Genealogy", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 69, page 114 (1938): 69:27. Hereinafter cited as "Druse Genealogy."

Cornelis Du Bois1

b. 19 October 1740
  • Father*: Efraim Du Bois1
  • Mother*: Anna Catrina de Lameeter1
  • Cornelis Du Bois was baptized on 19 October 1740 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York.1
  • He married Catharina Buys, daughter of Johannes Buys and Eipje Lassing, at New Hackensack, Dutchess Co., New York, on 9 October 1768.2
  • Also known as Cornelis Du Boys.2

Citations

  1. [S543] Donna G. Ewins, "Pieter Pieterse Lassen of Dutchess Co. & His Descendants", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record vol.129-131 (1998-2000): 130:293. Hereinafter cited as "Pieter Pieterse Lassen of Dutchess Co."
  2. [S522] Frank J. Doherty, Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York (Pleasant Valley, New York: Frank J. Doherty, 1990), 3:72. Hereinafter cited as Settlers of the Beekman Patent.

Louis Du Bois1

b. circa 1666, d. before 19 March 1717/18
  • Louis Du Bois was born circa 1666.
  • He married Ester Grasset, daughter of Auguste Grasset and Marie Pelé, at Staten Island, Richmond Co., New York, on 28 August 1696.1
  • Louis Du Bois died before 19 March 1717/18.1
  • A blacksmith at Staten Island,he purchased land there on 13 March 1702. He is recorded on the "Staten Island census" of 1706 or 1708 with his family, aged 40, three children named as Lewis, Charles and Margaret. No record of administration of his estate. His son carried on his trade and his land remained in the family for four generations.1

Family: Ester Grasset b. 6 Nov 1673, d. a 17 Apr 1731

  • Louis Du Bois1
  • Auguste Du Bois1
  • Charles Du Bois1
  • Margaret Du Bois1
  • Mary Du Bois1

Citations

  1. [S2174] Neil D. Thompson, "Auguste Grasset of La Rochelle, London, and New York City", National Genealogical Society Quarterly vol.66 (1978): 66:5. Hereinafter cited as "Grasset, NGSQ 66 (1978)."

Magdalena du Bois1

  • Magdalena du Bois is named in her husband's will on 13 November 1753.2

Family: Peter Van Nest b. c 1687, d. bt 13 Nov 1753 - 26 Feb 1768

Citations

  1. [S3567] Charlotte Megill Hix, "The Crocheron Family of Staten Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 111 (1980): 111:39. Hereinafter cited as "Crocheron Family."
  2. [S2176] A. Van Doren Honeyman, Calender of New Jersey Wills, Administrations, Etc., Vol. IV, 1761-1770, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, First Series, Vol. 33 (Somerville, N.J.: The Unionist-Gazette Association, Printers, 1928), page 453. Pieter Vanneste. Hereinafter cited as NJ Wills v.4 1761-1770.
  3. [S1364] "Readington Church Baptisms From 1720", Somerset County Historical Quarterly vol.4 (1915): 4:145. Joris; parents: Pieter Van Neste and Magdalena. Hereinafter cited as "Readington Ch. Bpt. (SCHQ)."
  4. [S1364] "Readington Church Baptisms From 1720", Somerset County Historical Quarterly vol.4 (1915): 4:213. Jan; parents: Pieter Van Neste and Magdalena. Hereinafter cited as "Readington Ch. Bpt. (SCHQ)."

Anthony du Chesne1

  • Also known as Antonij die Leemenen.2
  • Also known as Anthony Deuchesne.3
  • Also known as Antoine du Chesne.4
  • Also known as Anthony Duschen.5
  • Also known as Anthony Duscheene.5
  • Anthony du Chesne witnessed the baptism of Annetie Clements , daughter of Jan Clements and Marytje Bocque, on 18 December 1687 at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Antonij die Leemenen, Annetie Bocken).2
  • Anthony du Chesne was a member of the at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 9 April 1688 at Midwood.3
  • His will was dated on 3 April 1711.1

Family: Anna Bockee

Citations

  1. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:135. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."
  2. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 443. annetie; parents: Jan Clement, marija bocke; witnesses: antonij die Leemenen, annetie bocken. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 375. New Members Received upon their Avowed Confession. Midwood 1687. 1688, 9 April; volkert henricx, Anthony Deuchesne, willem Janse, Rebecka Janse, Cornelis Jansen van deventer. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  4. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 407. Valentin; parents: Antoine du Chesne, Annetje Bocquet; op Amersfoort; witnesses: Tijs Jansz van Pelt, Adriaantje sijn Huijsvr. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  5. [S2666] Richard W. Cook, "The Goulder Family", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey Vols. 29, 30, 40 (1954, 1955, Ammended 1965): 40:83. Hereinafter cited as "Goulder, GMNJ 29, 30, 40 (1954-55, 1965)."
  6. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 428. Gerrit; parents: Anthoine Du Chesne, Anne Bocque; op Midwoud; witnesses: Thijs Lubbertsz, & huijsvr Trijntje. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Gerrit du Chesne1

b. 10 February 1684
  • Gerrit du Chesne was baptized on 10 February 1684 at Midwoud, Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Thijs Lubbertsz, & huijsvr Trijntje.1

Citations

  1. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 428. Gerrit; parents: Anthoine Du Chesne, Anne Bocque; op Midwoud; witnesses: Thijs Lubbertsz, & huijsvr Trijntje. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Jannetje du Chesne1

b. 27 July 1679
  • Jannetje du Chesne was born circa 1678.1
  • She was baptized on 27 July 1679 at Amersfoort, Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Laurens Jans, (Magdalena Durie crossed out), Aaltje Gillis.2
  • She married Pieter Mangelse, son of Jan Mangelsen and Tryntje Van Woggelum, circa 1695.3
  • Jannetje du Chesne married second circa 1714 Theunis Egbertszen, son of Egbert Sandertszen and Hermentje Harmens.1
  • Also known as Jannetje Duchene.3
  • Jannetje du Chesne and Theunis Egbertszen resided at Staten Island, New York.1

Family 1: Pieter Mangelse

  • Catharina Mangels Rol4
  • Antje Mangels Ral4
  • Maria Rall5
  • Francyna Ral5
  • John Roll5
  • Margrietje Roll5
  • Janneke Mangels5

Family 2: Theunis Egbertszen

  • Susanna Egberts6
  • Teunis Egberts6

Citations

  1. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:135. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."
  2. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 392. Maria; parents: Antonie derie (crossed out) Du Chesne, Anna Bocque. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:40. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."
  4. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:136. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."
  5. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:137. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."
  6. [S4822] Barbara Barth, "The Rall/Roll Family; Descendants of Jan Mangelsen and His Wife Tryntje Van Woggelum", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 131, pp.36-44, 135-142, 182-186 (2000): 131:135-36. Hereinafter cited as "Rall/Roll Family."

Susanna du Chesne1

b. 1601
  • Susanna du Chesne was born in 1601 (age 20 at the time of her marriage, called "of Seden," an orphan).2
  • She married Philippe du Trieux at Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, on 17 July 1621.3,4
  • Also known as Susanna Du Schesne.

Family: Philippe du Trieux b. bt 1586 - 1588, d. bt 1649 - 1653

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S1342] Dudley Toll Hill, Genealogy of the Toll Family (Schenectady, NY: Gazette Press, 1941), p.31. Hereinafter cited as Toll Fam. Gen.
  4. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212, 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  5. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  6. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:77. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Valentin du Chesne1

b. 3 July 1681
  • Also known as Valentine du Chesne.2

Citations

  1. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 407. Valentin; parents: Antoine du Chesne, Annetje Bocquet; op Amersfoort; witnesses: Tijs Jansz van Pelt, Adriaantje sijn Huijsvr. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  2. [S3567] Charlotte Megill Hix, "The Crocheron Family of Staten Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 111 (1980): 111:34. Hereinafter cited as "Crocheron Family."

Ariaantje du Foir

Family: Jacob Montanje b. 1693

Citations

  1. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 21:116.

Marie du May1

b. say 1643, d. between 1 February 1665 and 18 December 1666
  • Marie du May was born say 1643 at Middleburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, (assumes age 20 at marriage).2
  • She married Bourgon Broucard, son of Louis Brouquart, at Walloon Church, Mannheim, German Palatinate, on 1 December 1663.1
  • Marie du May died between 1 February 1665 and 18 December 1666 at Mannheim, German Palatinate.2

Family: Bourgon Broucard b. s 1638, d. c 1720

Citations

  1. [S2067] H. Minot Pitman, "The Brokaw-Bragaw Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol. 86, 87 (1955, 1956): 86:5. Hereinafter cited as "Brokaw-Bragaw, NYGBR 86, 87 (1955, 56)."
  2. [S3766] Perry Streeter, "Long-Overdue Brokaw/Bragaw Additions & Corrections: The European Origins of Bourgon Broucard and Catherine Le Fevre", New Netherland Connections Vol. 15, page 89 (2010). Updated versions online at http://www.perrystreeter.com/brokaw-bragaw.pdf: 15:104. Hereinafter cited as "Brokaw/Bragaw Additions & Corrections."
  3. [S2067] H. Minot Pitman, "The Brokaw-Bragaw Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol. 86, 87 (1955, 1956): 86:6. Hereinafter cited as "Brokaw-Bragaw, NYGBR 86, 87 (1955, 56)."

Sara du Pire1

b. circa 1587, d. before 28 February 1664
  • Father*: Jan du Pire1
  • Mother*: Tanneke Goverts1
  • Sara du Pire was born circa 1587 at Antwerp (aged 19 at her marriage).1
  • She married with banns published on 25 March 1606 at Oude Kerk (Old Reformed Church), Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, Jan Wallis.1
  • Sara du Pire died before 28 February 1664.2
  • Also known as Sara de Pier.2

Family: Jan Wallis b. c 1584

Citations

  1. [S2530] George Olin Zabriskie, "Anneke Jans in Fact and Fiction", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 104, pp. 65-72, 157-164 (1973): 104:162. Hereinafter cited as "Anneke Jans in Fact and Fiction."
  2. [S1734] John Reynolds Totten, "Anneke Jans Bogardus (1599-1663) And Her Possible Blood Connection with the Sybrant, Seylns and Webber Families in New Netherland", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 57, pages 11-54 (1926): 57:26. Hereinafter cited as "Anneke Jans, NYGBR 57 (1926)."

Francois du Puis1

b. say 1636
  • Francois du Puis was born say 1636 at Calais, France, (assumes age 25 at marriage).
  • Marriage banns were published for Francois du Puis and Grietie Willems on 26 August 1661 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam.2
  • Francois du Puis married Grietie Willems at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 26 September 1661.1
  • Also known as Francois Dupu.3
  • Also known as François De Puis.4
  • Also known as François De Pui.5
  • Also known as Francois Depew.6
  • Also known as Francois Dupuy.6
  • Also known as Francoys Dupuis.2
  • Francois du Puis and Grietie Willems were members of the at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, in April 1679 at "The New Land or Altena" (New Lots).7,8

Family: Grietie Willems

Citations

  1. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 211. Francois du Puis to Grietie Willems, with certificate "from the Manhatans". Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  2. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), page 27. Francois Dupuis, j.m. Van Cales in Vranckryck, en Geertie Willems, j.d. Van Amsterdam. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 103. Grietie; parents: Francois dupu, Geertie Willems. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  4. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 389. Sara; parents: François De Puis, Geertje Willems. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  5. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 409. Geertje; parents: François De Pui, Geertje Willemsen
    ; op Amersfoort; witnesses: Jaques La Resiliere, Geertje Symons. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  6. [S767] George Olin Zabriske, "The Wiltsie Family of Early New York", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vols. 106, 107 (1975, 1976): 106:209. Hereinafter cited as "The Wiltsie Family of Early New York."
  7. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 347. Register of the Members from the Four Villages. 19 Nov 1679. The New Lots or Altena. Francois Du Puis and wife Geertje Willems (both in Apr 1679). Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  8. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 367. Midwood. New Members, either arrived with certificate, or received upon their acknowledged profession. Francois Du Puis and wife Geertje Willemsz. both in Dec 1679. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Geertje du Puis

b. 18 September 1681
  • Geertje du Puis was baptized on 18 September 1681 at Amersfoort, Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Jaques La Resiliere, Geertje Symons.1
  • Also known as Geertje De Pui.1

Citations

  1. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 409. Geertje; parents: François De Pui, Geertje Willemsen
    ; op Amersfoort; witnesses: Jaques La Resiliere, Geertje Symons. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Grietie du Puis1

b. 1 October 1671
  • Grietie du Puis was baptized on 1 October 1671 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Pieter Parmentier, Sara du Trieux.1

Citations

  1. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 103. Grietie; parents: Francois dupu, Geertie Willems. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Sara du Puis1

b. 23 February 1679
  • Sara du Puis was baptized on 23 February 1679 at Breukelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Gerrit Leijdekker, Anna Maria.1

Citations

  1. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 389. Sara; parents: François De Puis, Geertje Willems. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Dinah du Soison1

b. say 1700
  • Also known as Dinah Dusochay.2
  • Also known as Dinah du Secoy.2

Family: Hendrick Cornelisz Bries b. 19 May 1700

Citations

  1. [S3470] Patricia Law Hatcher and Henry B. Hoff, "Du Soison/Disoway and Rossignol/Nachtegaal of Staten Island/Richmond County", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 139, page 206 (2008): 139:210. Hereinafter cited as "Du Soison/Disoway."
  2. [S3469] William J. Hoffman, "The Founders of the Bras(s), Brasser, Bresser, Bries and Brazier Families", The American Genealogist Vol. 20, pp. 140-148, 215-223; Vol. 21, pp. 147- (1944): 21:152. Hereinafter cited as "Bras(s), Brasser, Bresser, Bries, Brazier."

Marcus du Soison1

b. 21 March 1659, d. between 23 December 1713 and 27 January 1714
  • Father*: Marcus du Soison1
  • Mother*: Lysbeth Rosiljel1
  • Marcus du Soison was baptized on 21 March 1659 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Jan Catsjou, Jannetje Jans.1
  • He married first before 1691 Susanna.2,3
  • Marcus du Soison married second Jane.3
  • Marcus du Soison died between 23 December 1713 and 27 January 1714.3
  • Also known as Marcus Disoway.4

Family: Susanna

  • Job du Soison4
  • Susanna du Soison4
  • Mary du Soison4
  • Israel du Soison5
  • Dinah du Soison+ b. s 1700
  • Elizabeth du Soison5
  • Gabriel du Soison5
  • Sarah du Soison5

Citations

  1. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:43. Marcus; parents: Marcus du Soison, Elisabeth Rosiljon.
  2. [S3469] William J. Hoffman, "The Founders of the Bras(s), Brasser, Bresser, Bries and Brazier Families", The American Genealogist Vol. 20, pp. 140-148, 215-223; Vol. 21, pp. 147- (1944): 21:152. Hereinafter cited as "Bras(s), Brasser, Bresser, Bries, Brazier."
  3. [S3470] Patricia Law Hatcher and Henry B. Hoff, "Du Soison/Disoway and Rossignol/Nachtegaal of Staten Island/Richmond County", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 139, page 206 (2008): 139:208. Hereinafter cited as "Du Soison/Disoway."
  4. [S3470] Patricia Law Hatcher and Henry B. Hoff, "Du Soison/Disoway and Rossignol/Nachtegaal of Staten Island/Richmond County", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 139, page 206 (2008): 139:209. Hereinafter cited as "Du Soison/Disoway."
  5. [S3470] Patricia Law Hatcher and Henry B. Hoff, "Du Soison/Disoway and Rossignol/Nachtegaal of Staten Island/Richmond County", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 139, page 206 (2008): 139:210. Hereinafter cited as "Du Soison/Disoway."

Abraham du Toit1

  • Also known as Abraham Du Toietand.2
  • Also known as Abraham Du Toict.3
  • Also known as Abraham Du Toiet.4
  • Abraham du Toit witnessed the baptism of Magdalena la Resiliere , daughter of Jaques la Resiliere and Maria Granson, on 5 January 1679 at Amersfoort, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Abraham Du Toiot, Magdalena Douiere).5
  • Abraham du Toit and Jannetjen Jeronimus Bockqui were members of the at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 19 November 1679 at "The New Land or Altena" (New Lots).2
  • Abraham du Toit witnessed the baptism of Johannes Clement , son of Jan Clements and Marytje Bocque, on 26 April 1685 at Amersfoort, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Abraham du Toict, Jannetje Bocque).6
  • Abraham du Toit and Abraham du Trieux may be one and the same.

Citations

  1. [S1758] Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn as per the records of said Church from Oct. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Bergen. Filmed from the typed manuscript in the Holland Society of New York, p.456. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Baptisms (T.G. Bergen).
  2. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 347. Register of the Members from the Four Villages. 19 Nov 1679. The New Lots or Altena. left for Bergen, Abraham Du Toetand & wife Jannetje Jeronijmus Bocquet (the names are then crossed through). Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 396. Hester; parents: Abraham Du Toict, Jannetje Bocquet; op Midwoud. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  4. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 385. Catharina; parents: Abraham Du Toiet, Jannetje Bocquet. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  5. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 388. Magdalena; parents: Jaques la Resiliere, Marie; op Amersfoort. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  6. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 438. Johannes; parents: Jean Clement, Marie Bocque; op Amersfoort; witnesses: Abraham du Toict, Jannetje Bocque. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Hester du Toit1

b. 4 April 1680
  • Hester du Toit was baptized on 4 April 1680 at Midwoud, Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Geertje Simons, Cornelis Pietersz.1

Citations

  1. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 396. Hester; parents: Abraham Du Toict, Jannetje Bocquet; op Midwoud. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Katharina du Toit1

b. 2 June 1678
  • Katharina du Toit was baptized on 2 June 1678 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; sponsors Bourgon Broucar, Katharina, his wife.2,3
  • Also known as Catharina Du Toiet.4

Citations

  1. [S1758] Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn as per the records of said Church from Oct. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Bergen. Filmed from the typed manuscript in the Holland Society of New York, p.456. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Baptisms (T.G. Bergen).
  2. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 117. Katharina; parents: Abraham du Toiet, Jannitjen Reronimus Bockqui. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  3. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 385. Catharina; parents: Abraham Du Toiet, Jannetje Bocquet; op Breukelen. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  4. [S1803] David William Voorhees, editor, Records of The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, Vol.1, 1677-1720 (New York: Holland Society of New York, 1998), page 385. Catharina; parents: Abraham Du Toiet, Jannetje Bocquet. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Abraham du Trieux1

b. before 1634
  • Abraham du Trieux was born before 1634 at probably New Amsterdam.1
  • On 22 Feb 1655, Abraham, along with Jacob Teunissen were sued by Borger Jorisen, who said "that defts. took his boat without his knowledge from 'the Wall' and carried it to their Yacht, and sailed from One Shup and Yacht to the other, and in the meanwhile the boat drifted away." The defendants asserted their innocence and were not prosecuted. In 1656 Abraham was in Beverwyck (Albany) and was later said to have been the skipper of a sloop from Fort Orange. The identity of his wife is not known, but it is claimed that he had a daughter.2
  • He witnessed the baptism of Leurifaes Van Bommel , daughter of Hendrick Van Bommel and Rachel du Trieux, on 20 August 1662 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Abraham du Trieux, Susanna de Foreest).3
  • Abraham du Trieux and Abraham du Toit may be one and the same.

Family:

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:219. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:150. Leurifaes; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel du Trieux.

Isaac du Trieux1

b. 22 April 1642, d. before 1706
  • Isaac du Trieux was born on 22 April 1642.2
  • He was baptized on 24 April 1642 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Mr. Herman Reyniers, Jan Willemszen Schut, Philip Gerritsz., Sara du Trieux, Sara Roelofs.3
  • He married Maria Brouwer, daughter of Willem Brouwer and Lysbeth Drinkvelt, before 1683.4
  • Isaac du Trieux died before 1706 ; when his widow Maria obtained permission from the trustees of Schenectady to sell 8 morgens of land from the "second flat."4
  • Also known as Isaac Truax.5,1
  • Surname is also spelled Truex.
  • Jacobus Peeck and Isaac du Trieux settled on land at the "second flat" on the Mohawk River, in the Schenectady Patent.6
  • Isaac is the progenitor of the Schenectady branch of the Truax family. He settled on the "second flat" of the Mohawk River as early as 1670, having petitioned for the land along with Jacobus Peeck (son of Maria du Trieux and Jan Peeck). Isaac escaped the massacre at Schenectady on 8 Feb 1690, he is among those listed among the "Refugees of Schoonechtede" who received supplies.4

Family: Maria Brouwer b. bt 1655 - 1665

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:77. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1342] Dudley Toll Hill, Genealogy of the Toll Family (Schenectady, NY: Gazette Press, 1941), p.31. Hereinafter cited as Toll Fam. Gen.
  3. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:31. Jsaacsen; parents: Philip du' Trieux, (mother not recorded).
  4. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:337. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  5. [S556] Jonathan Pearson, compiler, Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Patent and City of Schenectady, from 1662 to 1800 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 1982 (original 1873)), p.27. Hereinafter cited as First Settlers of Schenectady.
  6. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:339. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  7. [S1343] "The House of Truax."Compiled from the manuscripts of David Truax and published in NYGBR 1926-1928. Online http://homepages.apci.net/~truax/intro.htm.. Hereinafter cited as House of Truax website.
  8. [S1341] Arthur C.M. Kelly and Transcribed by Donald A. Keefer, Schenectady Reformed Church Baptisms 1694-1811 (Rhinebeck, New York: Arthur C.M. Kelly, 1987). Hereinafter cited as Schenectady RDC Bapt. 1694-1811.

Jacob du Trieux1,2

b. 2 December 1645, d. between 27 December 1709 and 21 June 1710
  • Jacob du Trieux was baptized on 2 December 1645 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Jan Evertszen Bout, Marie du Trieux, Sara du Trieux.4
  • He married Lysbeth Post, daughter of Lodewyck Post and Agnietje Bonen, at Reformed Dutch Church, New Orange (New York City), New Netherland, on 26 September 1674 (banns 26 Aug 1674).5
  • Jacob du Trieux died between 27 December 1709 and 21 June 1710 at New Castle, Delaware.2
  • Also known as Jacob Truer.5
  • Also known as Jacob Truax.1
  • He witnessed the baptism of Grietje Van Bommel , daughter of Hendrick Van Bommel and Rachel du Trieux, on 1 July 1668 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Jacob du Trieux, Rebecca du Trieux).6
  • Jacob was the first of the Truax family to settle in Monmouth County, New Jersey. He and his descendants are covered by Barbara Carver Smith in The Truax/Truex Family of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey (1991).
    Jacob was in Monmouth County, New Jersey by 7 March 1676 when he conveyed 12 acres in Middletown (Monmouth Deeds (E:43). He lived at Freehold. On 20 March 1708, Isaac Shaffer of St. George Hundred, New Castle, Delaware, deeded 408 acres to Jacob Trieux of Middletown, East Jersey. Jacob moved to New Castle, Delaware in 1708 and is named in a few deeds there.2
  • His will was dated on 27 December 1709 Mentions by name his wife, Elizabeth, son, William and three sons, Isaac, Benjamin and Cornelius.2
  • Administration of Jacob du Trieux's estate was granted on 21 June 1710 at New Castle, Delaware, to his widow, Elizabeth.2

Family: Lysbeth Post b. 18 Jul 1655, d. a 22 Aug 1730

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:338. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S2759] Barbara Carver Smith, The Truax/Truex Family of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, 1675-1990: Descendants of Philippe Du Trieux (Lakewood, N.J.: B.C. Smith, ca. 1991), (FHL fiche #6067433) page 5. Hereinafter cited as The Truax/Truex Family of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, 1675-1990.
  3. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:77. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  4. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:87.
  5. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), page 38. Jacob Truer, j.m. Van N. Orangien, en Lysbeth Post, j.d. als voren. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:127. Grietie; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel Roscelje.
  7. [S2759] Barbara Carver Smith, The Truax/Truex Family of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, 1675-1990: Descendants of Philippe Du Trieux (Lakewood, N.J.: B.C. Smith, ca. 1991), (FHL fiche #6067433). Hereinafter cited as The Truax/Truex Family of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, 1675-1990.

Madeleine du Trieux1

b. 9 February 1620, d. in infancy
  • Madeleine du Trieux was baptized on 9 February 1620 at Walloon Church, Leiden, Holland.2
  • She probably died in infancy.1

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Maria du Trieux1

b. 5 April 1617
  • Maria du Trieux was baptized on 5 April 1617 at Walloon Church, Leiden, Holland.3
  • She married first before 7 January 1642 Cornelis Volkertszen Viele.4
  • Maria du Trieux married with banns published on 20 February 1650 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Jan Peeck.5
  • Also known as Mary de Truy.
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Sara Willemse , daughter of Willem Willemszen, on 10 November 1641 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Robbert Pinnoy (Pinnoyer), Samuel Schandelaer, Mary Dutrieux).6
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Jacob du Trieux , son of Philippe du Trieux and Susanna du Chesne, on 2 December 1645 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Jan Evertszen Bout, Marie du Trieux, Sara du Trieux).7
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Paulus Pauluszen , son of Paulus Heyman and Tryntje Barents, on 25 February 1646 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Simon Dirckszen Poos, Gysbert Leeuwen, (__) Vaender, Gerrt Doymans, Sergt., Marie du Trieux).7
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Pieter Adamsz Brouwer , son of Adam Brouwer and Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, on 23 September 1646 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Mr. Paulus van der Beek, Willem Bredenbent, Aeltje Braconye, Mary du Trieux).8
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Johannes Evertsen Wendel , son of Evert Jansen Wendel and Susanna du Trieux, on 2 February 1649 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Philip du Trieux, Mr. Paulus Van der Beeck, Johannes Rodenburg, Marie en Sara du Trieux).9
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Jan Simson , son of Willem Simson and Cathryn Mil, on 24 September 1656 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Thomas Franszen, Maria Peeck).10
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Marie Morgan , daughter of Charles Morgan and Catalyntje Huyberts, on 21 January 1657 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Jan en Marie Peeck, Clae Pauluszen, Jannetje Jaspers).11
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Rachel Morgan , daughter of Charles Morgan and Catalyntje Huyberts, on 20 July 1659 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Joseph Waldron, Marie Peeck).12
  • Maria du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Susanna Van Bommel , daughter of Hendrick Van Bommel and Rachel du Trieux, on 25 January 1660 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Jan de la Montagne, Marie Peeck).13
  • In 1664, Maria was called "one of the oldest inhabitants of the city of New Amsterdam," which did not refer to her age, but to indicate that she was one of the settlers from 1624. Maria was constantly in trouble and was eventually banished from New Amsterdam. The early records contain numerous refernces to her (Calender of Dutch Manuscripts, Records of New Amsterdam, the Holland Society Year Book for 1900, The Minutes of the Orphan-masters, Valentine's Manuals for 1861 and 1865, and the records of the Dutch Church at New Amsterdam). Marie's first son was baptized in 1640 with the name Aernoudt, and no husband was mentioned in the record. This was during a time when the records normally only listed the father's name and not the mother's, so it is apparent that she was not married at the time of Aernoudt's birth. She soon after married Cornelis Volkertsen, and their first confirmed son was baptzed in 1643. On 26 April 1646 the first complaint of the "Fiscal" against Maria de Truy, for selling beer to the Indians, was recorded. This was considered a serious crime at that time. After numerous other appearences, often involving the illegal sale of liquor, the final straw for Maria came on 3 Jan 1664, after she was again found guilty of selling liquor to the Indians, a sentanced was levied against her in the form of a fine of "500 guilders and costs, and to be banished from the island of Manhattan." She apparently lived in Schenectady for a time, probably with her son Jacob, but after the English take over of New Amsterdam, was soon back in New York, the owner of a house on Hoogh Straet (Duke's Street). Her petition of 24 Jan 1664 asking for remission of the sentance, calls her "Maria Peeck, one of the oldest inhabitants of the city of New Amsterdam." She last appears in the records on 28 Feb 1670/71, when "Isaacq ffooreest, guardian of the children of Mary Peecke," requested the discharge of a mortgage on property that Mary had bought, so that he could convey the property. It is thought that she perhaps lived her final days with her son Jacobus at Schenectady and died there.14

Family 1:

Family 2: Pieter Wolfertszen b. c 1614

Family 3: Cornelis Volkertszen Viele b. b 1620, d. b 20 Feb 1650

Family 4: Jan Peeck b. b 1630, d. b Feb 1670

Citations

  1. [S521] William J. Hoffman, "Brouwer Beginnings; The First Three Generations of the Adam Brouwer Berchoven Family", The American Genealogist 23:193-206; 24:23-32, 96-102, 161-170 (1947, 1948): 23:197. Hereinafter cited as "Brouwer Beginnings". http://brouwergenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  4. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:77. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  5. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.15. Jan Peeck, j.m. en Marie Volckers, Wede. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:30.
  7. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:87.
  8. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:88.
  9. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:92.
  10. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:177. Parents Willem Simson, Catharyn Mil.
  11. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:178. Parents Carel Margen, Cathalyntie Hendricks.
  12. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:44. Rachel; parents: Carel Margen, Catharyn Huyberts.
  13. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:46. Susanna; parents: Hendr' Van Bommel, Rachel du trueux.
  14. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212-213. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  15. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:78. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Philippe du Trieux1,2

b. between 1586 and 1588, d. between 1649 and 1653
  • Philippe du Trieux was born between 1586 and 1588 at Robey, France.3
  • He married first at Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, on 11 April 1615 Jacqueline Noiret, daughter of Arnould Noiret and Barbe du Chesne.3
  • Philippe du Trieux married second at Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, on 17 July 1621 Susanna du Chesne.1,3
  • Philippe du Trieux died between 1649 and 1653.2
  • Surname is also spelled de Truy.2
  • On 11 March 1624 Phillipe du Trieux was dismissed from the Amsterdam Walloon Church "to the West Indies."4
  • Immigrant ancestor to America on 30 March 1624 Philippe du Trieux came to New Netherland aboard the ship Nieu Nederlandt, commanded by Cornelis Jacobszen May.4
  • He witnessed the baptism of Johannes Evertsen Wendel , son of Evert Jansen Wendel and Susanna du Trieux, on 2 February 1649 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Philip du Trieux, Mr. Paulus Van der Beeck, Johannes Rodenburg, Marie en Sara du Trieux).5

Family 1: Jacqueline Noiret b. 1593, d. b Jul 1621

Family 2: Susanna du Chesne b. 1601

Citations

  1. [S1342] Dudley Toll Hill, Genealogy of the Toll Family (Schenectady, NY: Gazette Press, 1941), p.31. Hereinafter cited as Toll Fam. Gen.
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212, 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  4. [S3338] George Olin Zabriskie, "The Founding Families of New Neterland", De Halve Maen Vol. 46, no. 4, Vol. 47 nos. 1 & 2 (1972): part II, page 12. Hereinafter cited as "Founding Families of New Netherland."
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:92.
  6. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  7. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:77. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Philippe du Trieux1

b. 3 January 1616, d. before February 1619
  • Philippe du Trieux was baptized on 3 January 1616 at Walloon Church, Leiden, Holland.2
  • He died before February 1619.

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Philippe du Trieux1

b. 10 February 1619, d. before 8 September 1653
  • Philippe du Trieux was baptized on 10 February 1619 at Walloon Church, Leiden, Holland.2
  • He died before 8 September 1653 ; "murdered, probably by Indians."1
  • He probably emigrated to New Netherlands in 1624 with his father and step-mother. The name of his wife is not known.1
  • In "The House of Truax" (NYGBR 57:212) Reynolds, following the manuscript, gives Philippe two, sons, Isaac and Jacob. In a continuation of the genealogy, found in NYGBR 58:77, Reynolds switches these two sons, Isaac and Jacob, to the household of Philippe's father (making them this Philippe's brothers).

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:212. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 58:76. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."

Rachel du Trieux1

b. before 1651
  • Rachel du Trieux was born before 1651 at probably New Amsterdam.1
  • She married with banns published on 30 September 1656 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, Hendrick Van Bommel "Hendrick Van Bommel, en Rachel Detrien, Van Amsterd. in N. Nederlt."2
  • Rachel du Trieux married second at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, on 8 August 1677 Dirck Jansen De Groot (Banns 22 Jul 1677).3
  • Also known as Rachel Roscelje.4
  • Also known as Rachel Detru.5
  • Also known as Rachel Philips.5
  • Rachel du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Maria de Foreest , daughter of Isaac de Foreest and Sarah du Trieux, on 7 July 1666 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Jacob Kip, Rachel de Trieux).6
  • In 1686 Rachel du Trieux and Dirck Jansen De Groot resided at New York City, New York; on Marketfield Street.5

Family 1: Hendrick Van Bommel b. b 1636, d. b 22 Jul 1677

Family 2: Dirck Jansen De Groot

  • Jan De Groot7
  • Grietje De Groot7
  • Abraham De Groot7

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.21. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), page 43. Dirck Janszen de Groot, Wedr. Van Wybrug Jans, Rachel Detru, Wede. Van Hendr. Van Bommel, beyde woonende tot N. Yorke. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  4. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:127. Grietie; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel Roscelje.
  5. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:218. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:71. Maria; parents: Isaac de Foreest, Sara de Trieux.
  7. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:219. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  8. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 105. Philip; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel du Trieux. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Rebecca du Trieux1

b. before 1644
  • Rebecca du Trieux was born before 1644 at probably New Amsterdam.1
  • She married Symon Symonsen Groot before 1660.2,3

Family: Symon Symonsen Groot b. b 1625

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:219. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S2148] Jonathan Pearson, "Groot Family of Albany and Schenectady", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.4 (1873): 4:8. Hereinafter cited as "Groot, NYGBR: 4 (1873)."
  4. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:97.
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:127. Grietie; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel Roscelje.
  6. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 105. Philip; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Rachel du Trieux. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Sarah du Trieux1,2

b. circa 1626, d. 9 November 1692

Family: Isaac de Foreest b. 10 Jul 1616, d. 1674

Citations

  1. [S1193] Frederic Ellsworth Kip, History of the Kip Family in America (n.p.: unknown publisher, ca. 1928), p.43. Hereinafter cited as Kip Family in America.
  2. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  3. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.10. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  4. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 113. Nicolaes; parents: Johannes de Foreest, Susanna Verlet; witnesses: Nicolaes Bayard, Sara de Foreest. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:87.
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:92.
  7. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:148. Parents Jan de la Montagne, Agneta ten Waert.
  8. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:155. Parents Andries de Haes, Catharina de Haes.
  9. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:177. Parents Jacob Kip, Secrets., Maria de la Montagne.
  10. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:181. Hieronymous; parents: Hendrick Van Bommel, Roselle du Trieux.
  11. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:44. Marritje; parent: Andries de Haes.
  12. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:153. Albertus; parents: Jeronymus Ebbing, Johanna de Laet.
  13. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:154. Jannetie; parents: Jeuriaen Janszen, Harmeyntje Jans.
  14. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:69. Anna Maria; parents: Daniel Ver Veelen, Alida Schaets.
  15. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:161. Johannes; parents: Paulus Pieterszen, Tryntie Martens.
  16. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 103. Grietie; parents: Francois dupu, Geertie Willems. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  17. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 103. Wessel; parents: Pieter Wesselszen, Gesyntie Thomas. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  18. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 107. Vrouwtie; parents: Arent Isacszen, Styntje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  19. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 158. Sara; parents: Henricus de Foreest, Femmetje Flaesbeeck. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  20. [S1606] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 2 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1901), page 174. Sara; parents: Hendrick de Foreest, Femmetje Flaesbeeck. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  21. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:218. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  22. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:71. Maria; parents: Isaac de Foreest, Sara de Trieux.

Susanna du Trieux1

b. before 1629, d. circa 1660
  • Susanna du Trieux was born before 1629 at probably New Amsterdam.1
  • She married Evert Jansen Wendel at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam.2, in August 1644; "Evert Janszen j.m. Van Embden, en Susanna du Trieux, j.d. Van N. Nederlt"
  • Susanna du Trieux died circa 1660.3
  • Also known as Susanna Truax.4
  • She witnessed the baptism of Jacomynte Cornelise Viele , daughter of Cornelis Volkertszen Viele and Maria du Trieux, on 20 August 1645 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Jan Evertszen Bout, Isaac Abrahamszen, Schippr., Mr. Paulus, Chirurgyn, Susanna du Trieux).5
  • Susanna du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Philip de Foreest , son of Isaac de Foreest and Sarah du Trieux, on 28 July 1652 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Jan de la Montagne, Jan Peeck, Susanna du Trieux).6
  • Susanna du Trieux witnessed the baptism of Jan Peeck , son of Jan Peeck and Maria du Trieux, on 12 October 1653 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Thomas Hall, Claes Hendrickszen, Willem Pieterszen, Engeltje Jans, Susanna du Trieux).7

Family: Evert Jansen Wendel b. 1615, d. 1709

  • Thomas Evertsen Wendel3
  • Elsje Evertse Wendel3
  • Johannes Evertsen Wendel3
  • Dievertje Evertse Wendel3
  • Dievertje Evertse Wendel4
  • Jeronimus Evertsen Wendell+3 b. c 1655
  • Philip Evertsen Wendell3
  • Evert Evertsen Wendell3

Citations

  1. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:217. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  2. [S1591] Samuel S. Purple, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York; Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, reprint 2003, original 1890 NYG&BS), p.12. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1739] Howard S.F. (ed. from a manuscript by T. de T. Truax) Randolph, "The House of Truax", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.57, 58 (1926, 1927): 57:218. Hereinafter cited as "Truax, NYGBR 57 (1926-27)."
  4. [S1729] William Barent Wemple Jr., "Wemple Genealogy", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.35, 36, 44 (1904, 1905): 35:192. Hereinafter cited as "Wemple, NYGBR 35,36,44."
  5. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:86.
  6. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:99.
  7. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:150. Parent Johannes Peeck.

Anna Dubard1

Family: R. B. Wilson

Citations

  1. [S3359] Mary Emma Burt and Robert Eugene Burt, Jacque Bruyere, A French Huguenot and Descendants (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 1997), page 40. Hereinafter cited as Jacque Bruyere. http://books.google.com/books/about/…

Susanna Dubbels1

b. between 1600 and 1610
  • Susanna Dubbels was possibly born between 1600 and 1610.
  • She married Joris Dirckszen at Netherlands say 1627.2
  • Susanna Dubbels witnessed the baptism of Magdaleen Jochemse , daughter of Jochem Gerritszen, on 8 December 1652 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsor Susanna Dubbels).3
  • Susanna Dubbels and Joris Dirckszen were members of the at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 12 September 1660.4
  • Susanna Dubbels witnessed the baptism of Susanna Hendrickse , daughter of Hendrick Jorisz Brinckerhoff and Classje Cornelise Boomgaert, on 16 January 1661 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (sponsors Cornelis Janssen, Susanna Dubbels and Gysbertie Willems).1,5
  • Susanna Dubbels witnessed the baptism of Cornelis Jansz Damen , son of Jan Corneliszen Damen and Sophia Martense, on 11 February 1663 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (sponsors Willem Gerretszen, Susanna Dubbel).6,7
  • Susanna Dubbels witnessed the baptism of Derick Abramsz Brinckerhoff , son of Abraham Jorise Brinckerhoff and Aeltie Janse Strycker, on 2 April 1677 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (godfather (?Piet)er Strijcker, godmother Susanna Dubbels).8

Family: Joris Dirckszen b. 1609, d. 16 Jan 1661

Citations

  1. [S1758] Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn as per the records of said Church from Oct. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Bergen. Filmed from the typed manuscript in the Holland Society of New York, p.448. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Baptisms (T.G. Bergen).
  2. [S3165] Richard Brinkerhoff, The Family of Joris Dircksen Brinckerhoff, 1638 (New York: Richard Brinkerhoff, 1887), page 43. Hereinafter cited as Brinckerhoff Family.
  3. [S1631] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:148. Parent Jochem Gerritszen.
  4. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 13. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  5. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 109. Susanna; parents: Hendrick Jorisz, Claesie Cornelis, "from Middelwout". Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  6. [S1758] Baptisms in the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn as per the records of said Church from Oct. 31, 1660 to Dec 13, 1719: From Corporation Manual of the City of Brooklyn, 1869, pages 448 to 504; FHL film #0017529, item 4 (Salt Lake City: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939), Copied and translated from the Dutch by Teunis G. Bergen. Filmed from the typed manuscript in the Holland Society of New York, p.451. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Baptisms (T.G. Bergen).
  7. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 113. Cornelis; parents: Jan Damen, Fijtie Martens, "(from) Breuckelen". Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  8. [S2935] A. P. G. Jos van der Linde, Old First Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, New York: First Book of Records, 1660-1752, New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1983), page 156. Dirck; father: Abram Jorissen. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  9. [S3165] Richard Brinkerhoff, The Family of Joris Dircksen Brinckerhoff, 1638 (New York: Richard Brinkerhoff, 1887), page 44. Hereinafter cited as Brinckerhoff Family.