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Geertje Andriesse1

Family: Hendrik Jansen

Citations

  1. [S2806] 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 136. Jannitje; parents: Hendrik Jansen, Geertje Andriesse. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Jannetie Andriesse1

Citations

  1. [S1969] Howard S.F. Randolph, "Tryntje Jacobs and Her Four Husbands: Van Winkle, Stoffelsen, Tades and Steynmets", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.56 (1925): 56:249. Hereinafter cited as "Tryntje Jacobs, NYGBR 56 (1925)."
  2. [S2223] Unknown author, "Marriages in the Village of Bergen in New Jersey Beginning 1665", Yearbook of the Holland Society Bergen Book, 2nd Vol. (1914): page 69, no. 137. 1700, March 10. Jan Slot, y.m., from Bergen and J___ Andriesse, y.d. from New York; both living at Bergen. Were married April 2, 1700 at Bergen by Do Du Bois. Hereinafter cited as "Bergen Marriages, HSYB 1914."

Peterken Andriesse1

b. between 1620 and 1630, d. circa 1646

Family: Teunis Jansen Laenen Van Peelt b. 5 May 1622, d. b Dec 1700

Citations

  1. [S2925] Dorothy A. Koenig, "European Origins of Adrien Lamberts Smith and the Brothers Lanen Van Pelt", New Netherland Connections Vol. 4, no. 1 (1999): 4:7. Hereinafter cited as "Lamberts Smith - Lanen Van Pelt."

Andries Andriessen1

  • Of at Bedford in Brooklyn.1

Citations

  1. [S508] John Reynolds Totten, "Verdon Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record 64:105-132 (April 1933): p.130. Hereinafter cited as "Verdon Family Notes."

Andries Andriessen1

b. 9 August 1696
  • Andries Andriessen was baptized on 9 August 1696 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Dirck Andriessen, Elisabeth Jans.1

Citations

  1. [S2806] 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 136. Andries; parents: Arent Andriessen, Maddalena Jans. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Annetje Andriessen1

b. 7 October 1703
  • Annetje Andriessen was baptized on 7 October 1703 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Johannes Pieterse, Annetje his wife.1

Citations

  1. [S2806] 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 147. Annetje; parents: Arent Andriesse, Lena. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Arent Andriessen1

  • Also known as Arent Andriesse.2
  • Arent Andriessen witnessed the baptism of Margrietje Andriessen , daughter of Dirck Andriessen and Femmetje Claese Lock, on 10 March 1700 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Arent Andriesse, Margrietje Lork).3

Family: Maddalena Jans

Citations

  1. [S2806] 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 136. Andries; parents: Arent Andriessen, Maddalena Jans. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  2. [S2806] 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 144. Margrietje; parents: Arent Andriesse, Lena. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  3. [S2806] 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 142. Margrietje; parents: Dirck Andriesse, Femmetje. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  4. [S2806] 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 147. Annetje; parents: Arent Andriesse, Lena. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Margrietje Andriessen1

b. 30 March 1701
  • Margrietje Andriessen was baptized on 30 March 1701 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Thijs Buyl, Femmetje Andriesse.1

Citations

  1. [S2806] 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 144. Margrietje; parents: Arent Andriesse, Lena. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Hiltje Andriesz1

  • In 1713 Hiltje Andriesz resided at Midwood, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.1

Citations

  1. [S1749] 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 303. Year 1713. The 12 September the marriage banns were registered of Pieter Noortstrant, young man, born and residing within N. Amersfort, and Hiltje Andriesz, young lady, born in Albany and residing in Midwood. Marrie the (blank). Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Jannetje Andriesz1

  • Jannetje Andriesz was born at Midwood, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.1
  • She married Hendrick van Voorhees at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, on 3 May 1717 (banns 6 April 1717).1

Citations

  1. [S1749] 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), pages 318-319. 1717. The 6 April the marriage banns were registered of Hendrik van Voorhees, young man, born in N. Utrecht, and residing in N. Amersfort, and Jannetje Andriesz, young lady, born and residing in Midwood. Married the 3 May 1717, by me, V. Antonides. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.

Albert Andrieszen

b. circa 1607, d. 7 June 1686
  • Father*: Andries b. bt 1570 - 1590
  • Albert Andrieszen was born circa 1607 at Frederikstad, Norway, (age 29 on 26 Aug 1636).
  • He married first Annetie Barentse Van Rotmers.1
  • Albert Andrieszen married second after May 1663 Pieterje Jans, daughter of Jan.2
  • Albert Andrieszen married third before 1670 Geertruy Pieterse Vosburgh.1
  • Albert Andrieszen died on 7 June 1686; "een van de oudste en eerste in woonders der Colonie Rensslaerwyck."1
  • Also known as Albert Andriesz.3
  • Also known as Albert de Noorman.2
  • Also known as Albert Andriese.1
  • Also known as Albert Andriesze Bradt (as he became known after 1670).1
  • Immigrant ancestor to America in 1637 Sailed from Texel on 8 Oct 1636 on the Rensselaerswyck, arrived at New Amsterdam, 4 March 1637.3
  • Albert Andriesz, from Frederikstad, (in the southeast of Norway). Early records call him Noorman. After 1670 he became known as Albert Andriesz Bradt. Aug 26, 1636, he joined Pieter Cornelisz and Claes Jansz in an agreement with the patroon for the erection of a mill in the colony. In this agreement he is given as tobacco planter, 29 years of age. He sailed with his wife Annetje Barents on the Renssealerswyck, 8 Oct 1636, and appears first in the colony (Rensselaerswyck) under date of 17 Apr 1637. Soon after his arival he left Pieter Cornelisz and established himself as tobacco planter. From May 4, 1652 to May 4 1672, he is charged with an annual rent of £250 for two mills and land on the Normans Kill. Annetje Barents died before June 5, 1662, leaving him eight children of whom the eldest was born on the Renssealerswyck and named Storm. This son later adopted the name of van der Zee. Albert Andriesz married the second time Geertruy Pietersz Vosburgh. He is said to have died June 7, 1686.3
  • On 13 August 1657 Albert Andriessen (Bratt) was present for the marriage contract of his daughter Eva Albertse.4
  • On 3 June 1662 Agreement between Albert Andriessz, widower of the late Annetie Barentsz van Rotmerz, dwelling in the colony of Rensselaerswyck in New Netherland, and Mr. Roelof Swartwout, husband and guardian of Eva Albertsz, daughter of Albert Andriesz, Barent and Storm Albertsz, sons of said Albert Andriesz, Theunis Slingerlant, husband and guardian of Engeltie Albertsz, and Jan van Eckelen, husband and guardian of Gisseltie Albertsz, as well for themselves as in these presents filling the place of and undertaking for Andries, Jan and Dirck Albertsz, minor children, sons and daughters of said Albert Andriesz, their father, and Annetie Barentse, their mother, deceased, and therefore heirs ad intestato to all the property left by their late mother. By the agreement Albert Andriesz agrees to convey ownership of a house and lot in (New) Amsterdam in New Netherland, while Albert shall remain in full possession of the estate, all other effects, debts and credits to be his loss and profit, and that he shall be holden to maintain, nourish and train in all godliness the minor children till they become of age or marry.5
  • On 24 Oct 1670, the governor gave an order for the seperation of Albert Andriese and Geertruy Vosburgh because "strife and difference hath arisen between them. His children were all by his first wife."1

Family: Annetie Barentse Van Rotmers b. bt 1610 - 1620, d. b 3 Jun 1662

Citations

  1. [S2527] John Reynolds Totten, "Editorial Iconoclastiana", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 65, pp.13-30, 122-131 (1934): 65:129. Hereinafter cited as "Editorial Iconoclastiana, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  2. [S2527] John Reynolds Totten, "Editorial Iconoclastiana", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 65, pp.13-30, 122-131 (1934): 65:128. Hereinafter cited as "Editorial Iconoclastiana, NYGBR 65 (1934)."
  3. [S2525] A.J.F. van Laer, Settlers of Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965, 1980), page 9. Hereinafter cited as Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658.
  4. [S4670] Jonathan Pearson Early Records of the City and County of Albany, and Colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675), Vol. 1 (Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell, 1869), page 49. Hereinafter cited as ERA v.1.
  5. [S4281] Jonathan Pearson and A. J. F. Van Laer Early Records of the City and County of Albany and Colony of Rensselaerswyck, Volume 3 (Notarial Papers 1 and 2, 1660-1696) (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1918), page 161. Hereinafter cited as ERA.
  6. [S4670] Jonathan Pearson Early Records of the City and County of Albany, and Colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675), Vol. 1 (Albany, N. Y.: J. Munsell, 1869), page 50. Hereinafter cited as ERA v.1.

Andries Andrieszen1

b. 3 October 1680, d. after 1730
  • Andries Andrieszen was baptized on 3 October 1680 at Breukelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Thomas Lambrechts, & H. Jannetje, Jacob Jorisz.1,2
  • He probably married Magdalena Holmes.1
  • Andries Andrieszen died after 1730.1
  • Also known as Andries Andriessen.3
  • Their first child was baptized on Staten Island where the mother's mother lived, but they soon settled in the vicinity of Raritan (Somerville), New Jersey. In Feb 1709/10, Andris Anderson was excused from jury service in the Middlesex-Somerset County Court, because of his wife's illness. In May 1730 Rynier Veghten sued him for taking wheat from Rynier's farm at Somerset in 1729.4
  • He served during at New Jersey Militia in 1715. As a private in Col. Farmer's Regt. His brother Jurian was a corporal in the same Regt.4

Family: Magdalena Holmes b. 26 Nov 1684

Citations

  1. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:33. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  2. [S1749] 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 400. Andries; parents: Andries Jurriaansz, Annetje; op Breukelen. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S1325] "First Reformed Church Raritan (Somerville) Baptisms", Somerset County Historical Quarterly Vol. 2 (1913): 2:45. Jannetien; parents: Andries Andriessen and wife. Hereinafter cited as "RDC Raritan."
  4. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:34. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  5. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:35. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."

Andries Andrieszen1

b. 29 May 1705
  • Andries Andrieszen was baptized on 29 May 1705 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York; witnesses Benjamin van de Water, Engeltje van de Water.2
  • He is possibly the Andries Andrieszen who married Grace Hegeman (He is mentioned in her father's will of 1759).3
  • Andries Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Andries Loosje , son of Pieter Loosje and Antje Andries, on 9 September 1733 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Utrecht, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses: Andries Andriessen, Jannetje Vander Voort).4
  • There may be cofusion between which Andries Andriesen married which wife.3

Citations

  1. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:33. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  2. [S2806] 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 148. Andries; parents: Lambert Andriesse, Lea. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  3. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:34. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  4. [S2211] "Records of the Reformed Church of New Utrecht, Long Island", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.112-113 (1981-1982): 113:11. Andries; parents: Peter Looysey, Antje; witnesses: Andries Andriessen, Jannetje Vander Voort. Hereinafter cited as "RDC New Utrecht, L.I."

Andries Andrieszen1

b. say 1630
  • Andries Andrieszen was born say 1630 (assuming age 25 at marriage).
  • He married Niesie Hytes at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 17 October 1655 "Andries Andrieszen Van Westroos in Sweden, en Wits Wytes, Van Coudum in Vrieslant."2
  • Andries Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Johannes Willemsz van der Schueren , son of Willem van der Schueren and Grietie Plettenberg, on 25 April 1666 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Adriaen Andrieszen, Belitie Plettenburg).3

Family: Niesie Hytes b. s 1635

  • Andries Andrieszen4
  • Jacob Andrieszen5
  • Tietie Andriese6
  • Marritie Andries7
  • Huybert Andrieszen8
  • Tietje Andriese9
  • Huybert Andrieszen10

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:178. Baptism record of son Andries.
  2. [S1543] 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.20. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:70. Johannes; parents: Willem Van der Schuur, Grietie Plettenburg.
  4. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:178. Parents Andries Andrieszen, Niesje Abitshuysen.
  5. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:43. Jacob; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Niesie Hytes.
  6. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:96. Tietie; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Niesie Huytes.
  7. [S3357] Marcia Ward Richie, "Double Exposure: Harmanus and Mary King", New Netherland Connections Vol. 3, page 31 (Corrections, p. 100) (1998): 3:32. Hereinafter cited as "Double Exposure: Harmanus and Mary King."
  8. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:125. Huybert; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Niesje Andries.
  9. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:130. Tietje; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Niesje Andries.
  10. [S1557] 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 108. Huybert; parents: Andries Andrieszen, (mother not recorded). Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Andries Andrieszen

  • Also known as Adriaan Andriesz.1
  • Andries Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Adriaen Kinne , son of Adriaan Pietersz Kinne and Willempje Pieterse Wyckoff, on 1 December 1678 at Amersfoort, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Dirk Stoffelsz, Adriaan Andriesz, & huijsv Beletje).2
  • Andries Andrieszen and Belitie Hendricks 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).1

Family: Belitie Hendricks

Citations

  1. [S1749] 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. Adriaan Andriesz and wife Belitje. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  2. [S1749] 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. Adriaan; parents: Adriaan Pietersz, Willemtje Pieterss; op Amersfoort. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:149. Andries; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Belitie Hendricks.
  4. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:25. Hendrick; parents: Adriaen Andrieszen, Belitje Hendricks.

Andries Andrieszen1

b. 5 July 1662
  • Andries Andrieszen was baptized on 5 July 1662 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Cornelis Wynhardt, Sibrant Van Nylenburg.1

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:149. Andries; parents: Andries Andrieszen, Belitie Hendricks.

Arent Andrieszen1

b. between 1610 and 1615
  • Arent Andrieszen was possibly born between 1610 and 1615 at Frederikstad, Norway.
  • Also known as Arent de Noorman.
  • Immigrant ancestor to America in 1637 Sailed from Texel on 8 Oct 1636 on the Rensselaerswyck, arrived at New Amsterdam, 4 March 1637.2
  • Tobacco planter. Brother of Albert Andriesz, from Frederikstad, and like him designated as Noorman. He appears to have come over with his brother on the Rensselaerwyck and to have stayed with him in the colony for one year. His wages began April 2, 1637 at f75 a year. Between 1638 and 1646, he is various times credited with tobacco furnished to van Curler and de Hooges. May 1, 1658, he obtained a lease for land opposite Beverwyck.1

Citations

  1. [S2525] A.J.F. van Laer, Settlers of Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965, 1980), page 10. Hereinafter cited as Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658.
  2. [S2525] A.J.F. van Laer, Settlers of Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1965, 1980), page 9. Hereinafter cited as Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658.

Barent Andrieszen1

b. say 1629, d. before May 1656
  • Barent Andrieszen was born say 1629 (assuming age 25 at marriage).
  • He married Elsje Jans at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 22 May 1654; "Barent Andrieszen, Van Wreede in Westphalen, en Elsken Jans Van Voorden, in't Graefschap Zutphen, Wede. Van Jan Wesseling."2
  • Barent Andrieszen died before May 1656.

Family: Elsje Jans b. bt 1615 - 1620, d. b 27 Dec 1664

Citations

  1. [S508] John Reynolds Totten, "Verdon Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record 64:105-132 (April 1933): p.113 fn. Hereinafter cited as "Verdon Family Notes."
  2. [S1543] 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.19. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:154. Parent Barent Andrieszen.

Hendrick Andrieszen1

b. 29 April 1665
  • Hendrick Andrieszen was baptized on 29 April 1665 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; sponsors Pieter Janszen Romer, Tryntie Reymers.1

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:25. Hendrick; parents: Adriaen Andrieszen, Belitje Hendricks.

Jeuriaen Andrieszen1

b. between 1600 and 1610, d. before November 1654
  • Jeuriaen Andrieszen was born between 1600 and 1610 at probably Amsterdam, The Netherlands.1
  • He married Jannetje Jans at Netherlands before 1635.1
  • Jeuriaen Andrieszen died before November 1654; when his widow remarried.2
  • He was probably employed by the Dutch West India Company in Amsterdam, but was in New Amsterdam by 1648, when he was appointed skipper of the ship Love.

Family: Jannetje Jans b. bt 1615 - 1620

Citations

  1. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:32. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  2. [S1543] 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.19. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:93.

Johannes Andrieszen1

b. 16 September 1657
  • Johannes Andrieszen was baptized on 16 September 1657 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam.1

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:180. Johannes; parents: Andries Claeszen, Marritje Jans.

Johannes Andrieszen1

b. 25 January 1660
  • Johannes Andrieszen was baptized on 25 January 1660 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam; sponsors Sibout Claeszen, Susanna Aerts.1

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:46. Johannes; parents: Andries Claeszen, Marritje Jans.

Juriaen Andrieszen1

b. circa 1672
  • Juriaen Andrieszen was possibly born circa 1672.1
  • Also known as Jurjan Andriesse.2
  • Probable son. He was taxed in Brooklyn in 1692 and was in the census there in 1698, apparently unmarried. He sold land in Brooklyn in 1703 that was formerly land of John Evertsen Bout. Juriaen moved to New Jersey about 1710-12. In 1712/13, Yurie Andrisse was an overseer of highways for Somerset Co., New Jersey. In 1714 he was one of nine purchasers of 1470 acres on the Raritan River. In 1715 as Urian Andrice, he was a corporal in Col. Farmer's New Jersey Militia. In 1716 Yurian Anddrison was chosen constable fro Somerset Co. No further record has been found after 1716.3
  • He witnessed the baptism of Christina Praa , daughter of Capt. Peter Praa and Maria Hay, on 1 May 1698 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Juriaen Anderiesse, Lijsbet Anderiesse).4
  • Juriaen Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Andries Paulissen , son of Cornelis Powelse and Jannetje Andries, on 30 March 1701 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Jurje Andriese, Lijsbet Bordan).5
  • Juriaen Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Engeltje Van de Water , daughter of Cornelis Jacobsz Van de Water and Dorothy Losee, on 20 March 1709 at Old First Dutch Reformed Church, Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Jurjan Andriesse, Helena Levise).2

Citations

  1. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:32. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  2. [S2806] 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 154. Engeltje; parents: Cornelis van de Water, Dorithea. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  3. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:33. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  4. [S2806] 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 139. Cristina; parents: Pieter Para, Maria Para. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  5. [S2806] 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 144. Andries; parents: Cornelis Paulisse, Jannetje. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.

Lammert Andrieszen1

b. circa 1673
  • Lammert Andrieszen was possibly born circa 1673 (taxed in 1693).
  • He married Lea Lieversen.2,1
  • Also known as Lammert Andrise.3
  • Also known as Lambert Andriesse.4
  • Lammert Andrieszen was found on the tax list at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, in 1693.2
  • He witnessed the baptism of Harmen Van de Water , son of Benjamin Van de Water and Engeltje Harmense, on 9 June 1695 at Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York, (witnesses Lammert Andrise, Elisabet Tomasse).3
  • Lammert Andrieszen appeared on the census in 1698 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, with a family of 1 man, 2 women, and 1 child.2
  • He served during at Kings County Militia in 1715. As a private.2
  • He witnessed the baptism of Lambert Loosje , son of Pieter Loosje and Antje Andries, on 11 October 1724 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (witnesses: Lammert Andriesse, Lea Lieversen).5
  • Lammert Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Lambert Blanck , son of Casparus Blanck and Maritje Andries, on 11 March 1730 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Lambert Andriessen and Lea Andriesse, z.h.v.).6
  • Lammert Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Lea Loosje , daughter of Pieter Loosje and Antje Andries, on 26 February 1738 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (witnesses: Lammert Andriesse, Lea Lieversen, syn h.v.).7

Family: Lea Lieversen

Citations

  1. [S1440] Andrew J. Provost, Early Settlers of Bushwick, Long Island, New York and their Descendants (Darien, CT: A.J. Provost, 1949-1963), p.50. Hereinafter cited as Early Settlers of Bushwick.
  2. [S1816] Charles Carroll Gardner, "Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey; Anderson (Andriessen, Andrieszen)", Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey vol.24 (1949): 24:33. Hereinafter cited as "Anderson, GMNJ 24 (1949)."
  3. [S1749] 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 448. [Records copied from the Flatbush Town Records, Misc. Vol. 1, 1652-1708, pp. 227-34, 237]. Harmen; parents: Benjamin Vandewater, Engeltie Harmense; witnesses: Lammert Andrise, Elisabet Tomasse. Hereinafter cited as RDC Flatbush Recs.
  4. [S2806] 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 148. Andries; parents: Lambert Andriesse, Lea. Hereinafter cited as OFDRC Brooklyn.
  5. [S1557] 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 452. Lammert; parents: Pieter Loyse, Antje Andries; witnesses: Lammert Andriesse, Lea Lieversen. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  6. [S1552] John Reynolds Totten, "Van Der Beek Family Notes", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol. 64, pp.229-243; 367-387 (1933): p.382. Hereinafter cited as "Van der Beek, NYGBR 64 (1933)."
  7. [S4309] Tobias Alexander Wright, editor, Baptisms from 1731 to 1800 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Vol. 3 (New York: Printed for the Society, 1902), page 63. Lea; parents: Pieter Loosje, Antje Andriesse; witnesses: Lammert Andriesse, Lea Lieversen, syn h.v.. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New York (1731-1800).

Lucas Andrieszen1

b. before 1635
  • Lucas Andrieszen was born before 1635 at New Amsterdam.
  • He married Aefje Laurens at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 20 November 1655 "Lucas Andrieszen, Van N. Amsterdam, en Aefje Laurens Van Amsterdam."1
  • Also known as Lucas Adrieszen.2
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Annetie Janse , daughter of Jan Joosten and Tryntie Jans, on 17 October 1663 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, (sponsors Lucas Andrieszen, Marritie Cornelis, Annetie Joosten).3
  • In 1664 Lucas Andrieszen resided at Manhattan Island.4
  • He witnessed the baptism of Claes Tjercksz de Witt , son of Tjerck Claessen de Witt and Barbara Andriessen, on 17 February 1664 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, (sponsors Luycas Andriessen, residing at the Manathans. Jan Claessen, Geertruy Andriessen, from Fort Orange, Tryntje Tyssen).4
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Annetie Janse , daughter of Jan Joosten and Tryntie Jans, on 15 June 1665 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Lucas Andries, Jacobus Van Luchtenburg, Marritie Cornelis, Annetje Joosten).5
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Geertruyd Tjerckse de Witt , daughter of Tjerck Claessen de Witt and Barbara Andriessen, on 15 October 1668 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, (sponsors Jan Anderiessen, Luyckas Anderies, Martie Anderiessen).6
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Johanna de Wit , daughter of Johannes de Wit and Jannetie Gerrits, on 25 May 1670 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (sponsors Mr. Evert Pietersen Keteltas, Luca Andrieszen, Hillegond Joris).7
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Lysbeth Stephenszen , daughter of Jan Stephenszen and Elisabeth Lucas, on 10 March 1675 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens).8
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Marritie Stephenszen , daughter of Jan Stephenszen and Elisabeth Lucas, on 19 February 1679 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens).9
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Lucas Van Sauen , son of Jacob Van Sauen and Jannetje Lucase, on 21 February 1680 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York, (witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens).10
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Griete Janse , daughter of Jan Focken and Engel Van Breestede, on 6 April 1683 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, (sponsors Lucas Andriez, Jannetie Breestee).11
  • Lucas Andrieszen witnessed the baptism of Aefje Tirckse de Witt , daughter of Tjerck Claessen de Witt and Barbara Andriessen, on 14 January 1684 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, (sponsors Lucas Andriesz, Cornelis Switz, Jannetie de Wit).12

Family: Aefje Laurens b. b 1640

Citations

  1. [S1543] 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.20. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  2. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:155. Hillegond; parents: Lucas Adrieszen, Aefje Laurens.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:155. Annetie; parents: Jan Joosten, Tryntie Jans.
  4. [S1556] Roswell Randall Hoes, editor, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1891, 1980, 1997), page 3, no. 35. Claes; parents: Tjerck Claessen de With, Barber Andriessen. Hereinafter cited as Old Dutch Church, Kingston.
  5. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:25. Annetie; parents: Jan Joosten, Tryntie Jans.
  6. [S1556] Roswell Randall Hoes, editor, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1891, 1980, 1997), page 6, no. 95. Geertruyd; parents: Tjerck Claesen de Wit, Barber Anderiessen. Hereinafter cited as Old Dutch Church, Kingston.
  7. [S1557] 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 98. Johanna; parents: Johannes deWit, Jannetie Gerrits. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  8. [S1557] 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 118. Lysbeth; parents: Jan Stephenszen, Lysbeth Lucas; witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  9. [S1557] 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 136. Marritie; parents: Jan Stephenszen, Lysbeth Lucas; witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  10. [S1557] 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 141. Lucas; parents: Jacob Van Sauen, Jannetie Lucas; witnesses: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  11. [S1556] Roswell Randall Hoes, editor, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1891, 1980, 1997), page 19, no. 310. Grietie; parents: Jan Focke, Engeltie Breestee. Hereinafter cited as Old Dutch Church, Kingston.
  12. [S1556] Roswell Randall Hoes, editor, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, 1660-1809 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1891, 1980, 1997), page 20, no. 340. Aefje; Tirck Claasz, Barbara Andries. Hereinafter cited as Old Dutch Church, Kingston.
  13. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:177. Parents Lucas Andrieszen, Aeltje Laurens.
  14. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:181. Jannetje; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aetje Laurens.
  15. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:89. Geertruyd; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens.
  16. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:151. Andries; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens.
  17. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:26. Tietje; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens.
  18. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:76. Andries; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens.
  19. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:131. Laurens; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aechtie Laurens.
  20. [S1557] 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 99. Hillegond; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  21. [S1557] 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. Hillegond; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  22. [S1557] 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 110. Tryntje; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens; witnesses: Jan Stephenszen, Lysbeth Lucas. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  23. [S1557] 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 117. Aefje; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens; witnesses: Jan Stephenszen, Lysbeth Lucas. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  24. [S1557] 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 124. Geertruyd; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens; witnesses: Balthus Bayard, Tryn Jans. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).
  25. [S1557] 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 138. Lucas; parents: Lucas Andrieszen, Aefje Laurens; witnesses: Hendrick Janszen Van der Vin, er Syn huysvrouw. Hereinafter cited as Baptisms RDC New Amsterdam/New York (1639-1730).

Pieter Andrieszen1

  • Pieter Andrieszen married Geertruyd Samsons, daughter of Samson, at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, on 10 September 1661.2

Family: Geertruyd Samsons b. bt 1630 - 1640

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 6:94. Jannetie; parents: Joris Stephenszen, Geesje Harmens.
  2. [S1543] 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. Pieter Andrieszen, j.m. Van Thresonie in Brabant, en Geetruyd Samsons, Wede. Van Jan Theuniszen, Van Wesop. Hereinafter cited as Marriages, RDC NA/NY.
  3. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 7:20. Jannetie; parents: Pieter Andrieszen, Geertruyd Samsons.

Eliza J. Andrus1

b. 10 November 1836
  • Father*: John Andrus1
  • Mother*: Mary Stewart1

Citations

  1. [S2029] Lillian Drake Avery, Drake Genealogy in the Line of Samuel Drake of Lower Smithfield Township, Northampton (now Monroe) County, Pennsylvania (Pontiac, Michigan: Privately Printed, 1926), p.55. Hereinafter cited as Drake Gen. in the line of Samuel Drake. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=18254

Elizabeth Andrus1

  • Elizabeth Andrus married Jabez Rockwell, son of Jabez Rockwell and Keziah, at Otsego Co., New York, before 1805.1

Family: Jabez Rockwell b. 1 Jul 1740, d. 1837

Citations

  1. [S3929] James Boughton, A Genealogy of the Families of John Rockwell of Stamford, Conn., 1641; and Ralph Keeler of Hartford, Conn., 1639 (New York: W. F. Jones, 1903), page 45. Hereinafter cited as John Rockwell and Ralph Keeler Genealogy.

Edward Angell1

b. circa 1898
  • Edward Angell appeared on the census on 7 May 1930 at North Brunswick, Middlesex Co., New Jersey, Edward Angell, age 32, born in Connecticut. Both parents born in Connecticut. Married at age 24. An ironworker. In the household are his wife Inez, children Donald and Joyce, father-in-law Eugene Brower, and mother-in-law Carrie Brower.1

Family: Inez Brower b. 28 Jul 1899, d. Jul 1986

  • Donald Angell1
  • Joyce Angell1

Citations

  1. [S8] MyFamily.com, 1930 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census , NARA Ser. T626, Roll 1367, page 14B, ED 148. Edward Angell household. Hereinafter cited as 1930 US Census.

Angevine1

Citations

  1. [S1967] George Olin Zabriskie, "Daniel De Clark (De Klerck) of Tappan and His Descendants", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record vol.96-97 (1965-1966): 97:31. Hereinafter cited as "De Clark, NYGBR 96-97 (1965-66)."

Bartholomew Angevine1

b. 15 February 1792
  • Bartholomew Angevine was born on 15 February 1792 at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York.2

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Film #1036344. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S3207] John R. Totten, "Fragmentary Family Notes", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 54, page 252 (1923): 54:267. Griffin-Angevine-Hatfield-Horton-Fisher Families. Bible originally in the family of Mary Griffin who married firstly Caleb Angevine and after his death married second to Daniel Hatfield, the Bible was subsequently owned by her daughter Anna Hatfield who married James Fisher. Hereinafter cited as "Fragmentary Family Notes."

Caleb Angevine1

b. 1 September 1764, d. 24 June 1796
  • Father*: Eli Angevine
  • Mother*: Charity Bonet
  • Caleb Angevine was born on 1 September 1764 at Westchester Co., New York.2
  • He is said to have married Ruth Ostrander.1
  • Caleb Angevine married Mary Griffin at Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, (First Reformed Church of Tarrytown), Westchester Co., New York, on 4 March 1789.
  • Caleb Angevine died on 24 June 1796 at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York.2
  • He was buried at White Plains Presbyterian Church Yard, White Plains, Westchester Co., New York.

Family: Mary Griffin b. 24 Dec 1768, d. 8 Apr 1826

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Film #1036344. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S3207] John R. Totten, "Fragmentary Family Notes", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 54, page 252 (1923): 54:267. Griffin-Angevine-Hatfield-Horton-Fisher Families. Bible originally in the family of Mary Griffin who married firstly Caleb Angevine and after his death married second to Daniel Hatfield, the Bible was subsequently owned by her daughter Anna Hatfield who married James Fisher. Hereinafter cited as "Fragmentary Family Notes."

Daniel Angevine1

b. circa 1708, d. after 1764
  • Daniel Angevine was born circa 1708 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York, (age 2 in 1710).2
  • He married Catherine Giraud.
  • Daniel Angevine died after 1764 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.
  • He was named in his father's will dated on 26 October 1739.3

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.
  3. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.

Elizabeth Angevine1

b. 18 January 1701/2, d. after 1744
  • Elizabeth Angevine was baptized on 18 January 1701/2 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Andre Naudin, godmother: Marie Chevallier.2
  • She married John Coutant, son of John Coutant and Suzanne Guion, before 1723.
  • Elizabeth Angevine died after 1744.

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 86. Elizabeth Angeuin fille de Zacarie Angeuin et de Marie Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.

Esther Angevine1,2

b. 2 October 1712, d. 16 January 1787
  • Esther Angevine was born on 2 October 1712 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.3
  • She was baptized on 22 October 1712 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godparents: Pierre Bondecou, Ester le Conte.3
  • She married David Mallet, son of John Mallet and Johanna Lyon, before 1731.
  • Esther Angevine died on 16 January 1787 at Tashua, (now Trumbull), Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
  • She was buried at Tashua Buriel Ground, Trumbull, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
  • She was named in her father's will dated on 26 October 1739 called daughter Esther Mallett.4

Family: David Mallet b. 10 Jan 1704/5, d. 22 Aug 1777

  • John Mallet
  • Hannah Mallet
  • David Mallet Jr.
  • Joseph Mallet
  • Esther Mallet

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S191] Donald Lines Jacobus, compiler, History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., 1976), pp.399-400.. Hereinafter cited as History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield.
  3. [S1482] 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), page 125. Ester Anchevin, fille de Zacharie Anchevin et d'anne Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.
  4. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.

Esther Angevine1

b. 21 January 1699/0, d. before 1702
  • Esther Angevine was born on 21 January 1699/0 at New York City, New York Co., New York.2
  • She was baptized on 4 February 1699/0 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Francois Vincent, godmother: Marie Naudine.2
  • She died before 1702.

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 70. Ester Anchevin fille de Zacarie Anchevin et de Marie Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.

Jean Angevine1

b. 11 January 1695/96, d. before 1702
  • Jean Angevine was born on 11 January 1695/96 at New York City, New York.2
  • She was baptized on 19 January 1695/96 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Jean Le Cheualier, godmother: Constance Lebrun.2
  • She died before 1702.

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 44. Jean Angeuin fils de Zacarie et Marie Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.

John Angevine1

b. 22 October 1710, d. after 1771
  • John Angevine was probably born in October 1710 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.
  • He was baptized on 22 October 1710 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Jean Boudinot, godmother: Susanne le Mercier.2
  • He married Hester Palmer, daughter of Obadiah Palmer and Anne-Marguerite de Bonrepos.
  • John Angevine died after 1771.
  • Also known as Jean Angevine.
  • He was named in his father's will dated on 26 October 1739.3

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 119. Jean Anchevin fils de Zacharie Anchevin Et de ____. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.
  3. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.

Jonathan Angevine1

b. 7 November 1793
  • Jonathan Angevine was born on 7 November 1793 at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York.2

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Film #1036344. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S3207] John R. Totten, "Fragmentary Family Notes", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 54, page 252 (1923): 54:267. Griffin-Angevine-Hatfield-Horton-Fisher Families. Bible originally in the family of Mary Griffin who married firstly Caleb Angevine and after his death married second to Daniel Hatfield, the Bible was subsequently owned by her daughter Anna Hatfield who married James Fisher. Hereinafter cited as "Fragmentary Family Notes."

Louis Angevine1,2

b. 19 February 1702, d. 1778
  • Louis Angevine was born on 19 February 1702 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.1
  • He married Esther Sicard, daughter of Jacques Sicard and Anne Terrier, circa 1730.3
  • Louis Angevine died in 1778 at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York.3
  • He was buried at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York; on his farm.
  • Surname is also spelled Lewis.

Family: Esther Sicard b. 4 Nov 1707, d. a 1748

  • Ester Angevine
  • Anne Angevine
  • Lewis Angevine
  • Peter Angevine
  • Sarah Angevine
  • Marie Angevine
  • Rachel Angevine
  • Ann Angevine
  • Jeanne Angevine
  • James Angevine
  • John Angevine

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S193] Henry David Gray, "Early History of the Sicard - Secor Family", New York Genealogical & Biographical Record Vol.68, pp.313-323 (1937). Hereinafter cited as "Sicard; NYG&BR (1937)."
  3. [S618] IGI Individual Records, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Salt Lake City, Utah: Family Search (www.familysearch.org), 1999-2002). (The IGI records often do not cite sources, must be used with caution and should be verified by more reliable documentation).Lewis or Louis Angevine.

Louis Angevine

b. between 1881 and 1883, d. 28 October 1927
  • Father*: David Angevine
  • Mother*: Emma F. Schneider
  • Louis Angevine was born between 1881 and 1883 at New York.
  • He married Gertrude Wanser, daughter of Theodore Wanser and Emma S. Jack, at New York before 1903.
  • Louis Angevine died on 28 October 1927 at North Hempstead, Nassau Co., New York.
  • Surname is also spelled Lewis.
  • On 3 May 1910 Louis Angevine resided at North Hempstead, Nassau Co., New York; age 26, an Engineer at the Sand Bank. Living in a rented house. Family includes his wife Gertrude, age 27, married for 8 years, two children, both living: Oliver (7) and Clarence R. (5). Both children are attending school.1
  • In 1920 the family is at Summit Street, Roslyn, North Hempstead, Nassau, New York, includes wife Gertrude, son Clarence and daughter Marion. Louis is a Stationary(?) Engineer, Contractor.2

Family: Gertrude Wanser b. 17 Aug 1883

  • Oliver Angevine
  • Clarence R. Angevine
  • Marion Louise Angevine

Citations

  1. [S38] MyFamily.com, 1910 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census, ED1128, sheet 19B, lines 74-77, W. Young Lane, North Hempstead, Nassau, New York.. Hereinafter cited as 1910 US Census.
  2. [S7] MyFamily.com, 1920 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: My Family.com, 2003), Federal census , ED61, sheet 17B, lines 57-60, The family of Louis and Gertrude Angevine, Summit Street, Roslyn, North Hempstead, Nassau, New York.. Hereinafter cited as 1920 US Census.

Margarite Angevine1

b. 2 January 1692/93
  • Margarite Angevine was born on 2 January 1692/93 at New York City, New York Co., New York.2
  • She was baptized on 15 January 1692/93 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Andre Naudin, godmother: Marguerite Leuesque.2
  • She married Isaac Daas, son of Peter Daas and Jeanne, circa 1725.
  • Margarite Angevine was named in her father's will dated on 26 October 1739 called daughter Margaret Dow.3

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 24-25. Marguerite; parents: Zacarie Lengeuin, Marie Naudin (signed Zacarie Angeuin). Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.
  3. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.

Marianne Angevine1

b. 1706, d. after 1740
  • Marianne Angevine was born in 1706 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York, (age 4 in 1710).2
  • She married Peter Moynot circa 1738.
  • Marianne Angevine died after 1740.

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.

Marie Angevine1

b. 22 February 1694/95, d. before 1697
  • Marie Angevine was born on 22 February 1694/95 at New York City, New York.2
  • She was baptized on 24 February 1694/95 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Paul Droilhet, godmother: Susanne Boudinot.2
  • She died before 1697; probably, as the next daughter was also named Marie.

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 40. Marie; parents: Zacarie Anchevin, Marie Nodin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.

Marie Angevine1

b. 15 March 1697/98
  • Marie Angevine was born on 15 March 1697/98 at New York City, New York.2
  • She was baptized on 16 March 1697/98 at French Church of New York, New York City, New York; godfather: Elie Boudinot, godmother: Susanne de Lavabre.2
  • She married Ball.3
  • Also known as Mary Angevine.4
  • Marie Angevine was named in her father's will dated on 26 October 1739 called daughter Mary Ball. Granddaughter Rachel Ball was also named.3

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1482] 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), page 57. Marie fille de Zacarie Engeuin et de Marie Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.
  3. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.
  4. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.

Naomi Angevine1

b. circa 1815
  • Naomi Angevine appeared on the census in August 1850 at Clinton, Dutchess Co., New York, as Naomi Manning, age 35.2

Family: William Manning b. c 1808

Citations

  1. [S1359] Grant Rideout, Ancestors and Descendants of Sarah Eleanor Ladue (Chicago: n.pub., 1930), p.88. Hereinafter cited as Ancestors and Descendants of Sarah Eleanor Ladue.
  2. [S209] Ronald V. Jackson and Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1850 United States Federal Census., Online Database (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com, 1999), Federal census, Roll M432-497, p.288, image 531. Hereinafter cited as 1850 US Census.

Pierre Angevine1

b. 1666, d. after 1728
  • Father*: Louis Angevine
  • Mother*: Marguerite Chalons
  • Pierre Angevine was born in 1666 at La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France, (age 44 in 1710).2
  • He married first at France before 1696 Deborah Guion.
  • Pierre Angevine married second at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York, in 1713 Marguerite de Bonrepos, daughter of Elie de Bonrepos and Esther.
  • Pierre Angevine died after 1728 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.
  • Also known as Peter Angevine.2
  • Surname is also spelled Langevin; other variations include "L'Angevin, Angevin and Anseuvian.3
  • On 1 April 1707 Pierre Angevin and Jean Magnon were chosen as assessors for the Town of New Rochelle.4
  • On 9 December 1710 Peter Angevine, age 44, appears on the list of inhabitants of the Towne of New Rochelle, with Deborah Angevine, 42; Lewis Angevine, 08; Marget Angevine, 10; Susanna Angevine, 50.2
  • On 24 March 1715 Pre. Langevin and Aman Guion were chosen as overseers of highways for the Town of New Rochelle.5
  • On 2 April 1718 Pre. Angevin and J. Martin were chosen overseers for the Town of New Rochelle.6
  • Morgan H. Seacord (1941): "Pierre Angevin was in New Rochelle before 1707; relationship, if any, to Zacharie Angevin not known."7
  • The ancestry of Zacharias and Pierre Angevine (pressumed to be brothers, but not confirmed) is not documented. It is taken from a work titled "Full Blooded Yankee," by Sidney G. Koon, Flushing, N.Y. 1951, and re-printed in "Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers," by Brad Angevine, 1960. The source and reasons for Koon's conclusions is not known.8

Family 1: Deborah Guion b. 1668, d. bt 1711 - 1713

  • Pierre Angevine
  • Marie Angevine
  • Margaret Angevine
  • Louis Angevine+ b. 19 Feb 1702, d. 1778

Family 2: Marguerite de Bonrepos b. c 1683, d. a 1729

  • Peter Angevine
  • Eli Angevine
  • Esther Angevine

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Cites, "Full Blooded Yankee", by Sidney Graves Koon as a source on the Angevines of LaRocelle, France.
    Pierre and Zacharias Angevine were among the first settlers of New Rochelle, New York. They were Huguenot refugees from LaRochelle, France, the last haven of safety for French Protestants in the late seventeenth century. For many years French Protestants, known as Huguenots, were persecuted on religious and political grounds by the Catholic royalty of the country. Some relief was provided in 1598 when King Henry IV of France issued the Edict of Nantes in favor of his Protestant subjects. In 1685, however, the edict was revoked by King Louis XIV, a fervent Catholic who sought to rid the country of any sign of the Reformation. France was no longer a safe place to be Protestant. For many years prior, Huguenots sought refuge in Protestant dominated England. However, being somewhat concerned about the presence of foreigners, the English took care to keep them under a watchful eye, all while trying to find a place for them. As early as 1630, after the fall of LaRochelle, Maltravers, Earl of Arundel and Surrey thought to use the refugees as colonists in America, south of Virginia. A settlement was attempted there under the leadership of one Captain Sance, a Huguenot adventurer. In the end, however, it proved to be a failure. After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, more than 200 Huguenot families fled France and reached New York, where they were welcomed.
    The area that was to become New Rochelle, was originally purchased in 1654 from the Indians by Thomas Pell. He was granted a royal patent on his purchase by the Court of Assize in New York in 1666 and it became known as Pelham Manor. Thomas Pell died in 1669 and the lands passed on to his nephew John Pell. About 1688, John Pell conveyed to Jacob Leisler of New York the land within Pelham Manor, 6000 acres, that would become New Rochelle. Jacob Leisler had been commissioned by the French Huguenots to obtain the land for their use and for their fellow refugees who were expected to arrive from Europe and elsewhere. Jacob Leisler, himself was a well to do merchant of French ancestry, although born in Germany. He was a staunch Calvinistic Protestant with strong democratic tendencies and popular with the common people who were opposed to the Dutch and English governing classes. His popularity helped make him mayor of New York and Governor of the Province, although in the end he would be hanged as a traitor in a catastrophe that was brought about by the connivance of the aristrocratic Van Cortlandt and Bayard families. Fortunately, only a year before his death, Jacob Leisler had released the last parcel of land he had purchased to the Hugeunots. Among the first families of the new town, named for their homeland of LaRochelle, where the Angevines.
    In comparison with his brother Zachariah, records for Pierre are very scant. In fact no record has been found that even shows that Pierre and Zachariah are brothers. It has simply been assumed that by genealogists over the years, although Koons, who appears to be a very good authority, calls them brothers. Pierre is not listed in the New York City Tax Lists covering 1695-1699, and he was not found in the 1698 census of New Rochelle, nor in the 1702 census of New York City. No baptisms for the children, except for Esther, were found in either New York City or New Rochelle. It is possible that he came to America later than Zachariah. The first record of Pierre appears 25 Apr 1705 showing that he was elected as one of the Assessors in New Rochelle. He held the office again in 1707, was Overseer of Highways, 1715 and 1718, and Poundmaster in 1718. The 1710 New Rochelle census lists Pierre, aged 44 years, Deborah, age 42, Lewis, age 8, Marget, age 10 and Susanna, age 50 years. Susanna could be a sister. Koon noted that Zachariah and Pierre had a sister born in 1668. The children Lewis and Margaret could have been named for Louis Angevine and Marguerite Chalons, which would be another piece of evidence suggesting that Pierre and Zachariah are in fact brothers. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.
  3. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.505 Index. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  4. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.54. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  5. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.145. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  6. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.158-159. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  7. [S3130] Carl Boyer, Ship Passenger Lists, New York and New Jersey, 1600-1825 (Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2007), page 144. From Morgan H. Seacord. Biographical Sketches and Index of the Huguenot Settlers of New Rochelle, 1687-1776. New Rochelle, N. Y.: The Huguenot and Historical Association of New Rochelle, 1941. Hereinafter cited as Ship Passenger Lists, New York & New Jersey.
  8. [S188] Brad Angevine, Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers (New York: Brad Angevine, 1960), Reprint of the chapter: "Angevine Comes to America", from Sidney G. Koon's, "Full Blooded Yankee" 1951.. Hereinafter cited as Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers.

Susanna Angevine

b. circa 1660
  • Father*: Louis Angevine
  • Mother*: Marguerite Chalons
  • Susanna Angevine was born circa 1660 at France (age 50 in 1710).1
  • Pressumed sister of Pierre Angevine. Appears in his household on the 1710 census at New Rochelle.

Citations

  1. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.

Thomas Angevine1

b. 30 May 1789, d. 23 November 1829
  • Thomas Angevine was born on 30 May 1789 at Scarsdale, Westchester Co., New York.2
  • He died on 23 November 1829.2

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Film #1036344. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S3207] John R. Totten, "Fragmentary Family Notes", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 54, page 252 (1923): 54:267. Griffin-Angevine-Hatfield-Horton-Fisher Families. Bible originally in the family of Mary Griffin who married firstly Caleb Angevine and after his death married second to Daniel Hatfield, the Bible was subsequently owned by her daughter Anna Hatfield who married James Fisher. Hereinafter cited as "Fragmentary Family Notes."

Zachariah Angevine1

b. circa 1704, d. 1760
  • Zachariah Angevine was born circa 1704 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York, (age 6 in 1710).2
  • He married Johannah Mallet, daughter of John Mallet and Johanna Lyon, before 1732.
  • Zachariah Angevine died in 1760 at Stratfield, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.

Family: Johannah Mallet b. 10 Mar 1709/10, d. a 1783

  • Anthony Angevine
  • Mary Angevine
  • Lewis Angevine
  • Sarah Angevine
  • Zachary Angevine

Citations

  1. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  2. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.

Zacharias Angevine1,2

b. circa 1664, d. between 26 October 1739 and 17 January 1740
  • Father*: Louis Angevine
  • Mother*: Marguerite Chalons
  • Zacharias Angevine was born circa 1664 at La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France, (age 46 in 1710).
  • He is said to have married Anastasia Baptiste in 1684 at La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France.
  • Zacharias Angevine married Marie Naudine, daughter of Andre Naudine and Maragret, at French Church of New York, New York City, New York, on 5 March 1690.3
  • Zacharias Angevine died between 26 October 1739 and 17 January 1740 at New Rochelle, Westchester Co., New York.
  • Surname is also spelled Langevine; and in numerous other variations including Enieven, Engevine, Lengevine.4
  • On 25 April 1705 Zacarie Angevin was chosen constable for the town of New Rochelle. He was chosen again on 1 Apr 1706, and on 1 Apr 1707.5
  • He was granted administration of the estate of Peter Porier on 8 February 1706/7; Whereas Peter Porier of New Rochelle died intestate, Letters of administration are granted to Zachariah Angevine of New Rochelle, tailor.6
  • On 9 December 1710 Zachariah Angevine, age 46, is on the list of inhabitants of the Towne of New Rochelle, with Mary Angevine, 34; Zachariah Angevine, 06 Daniel Angevine, 02; Margett Angevine, 18; Mary Angevine, 12; Mary Angevine Jur; 04.7
  • His will was dated on 26 October 1739 proved 17 Jan 1740. Zachariah Angeoine of New Rochelle. Leaves his house and homestead, 14 acres, to son Daniel for life, "then to his oldest son. If he die without issue then to my son John and so to continue from heir to heir forever, not allowing any sale ever to be made." Leaves to son Daniel, 2 acres of meadow between Hornis Barrit's and the road that goes to Capt. Bayley's. Mentions daughters Margaret Dow (Daw), Esther Mallet, "my granddaughter Rachel Ball," "my daughter Mary Ball." Appoints as executors his son-in-law Isaac Dow (Daw) and Amon Guion (lib.12, page 408).8,9
  • Rachel Ball was named in his grandfather Zacharias Angevine's will on 26 October 1739.8
  • According to Morgan H. Seacord (1941): "Zacharie Angevin was a native of Loudan in Poitou and probably escaped in the fall of 1686, in New York City by 1690; he married in New York, March 5, 1690, Marie Naudin, daughter of Pierre Naudin. Together with brother-in-law Andre Naudin and Louis Guion bought a home lot in New Rochelle in 1701, the property which had belonged to Louis Bongrand."10
  • Zacharias Angevine and his first wife Anastasia Baptiste had a son born 1685/1686. Both the infant and Anastasia died while fleeing towards Holland during the Spring of 1686. Zacharias broke the family tradition of glassmakers and became a tailor, and was a guild member in that trade by 1682. He, his brother Pierre and sister Susanna successfully made their escape from the destruction of LaRochelle to Dordrecht, Holland, where they remained for two and half years before departing for America, settling in the new Hugeunot town of New Rochelle, New York.
    When he was only three years old, the "holy war", raged by the Catholics against Protestanism broke out again in a full fury. Then in 1685 came the crisis, the Edict of Nantes was revoked on October 17 by King Louis XIV..."After a long and earnest discussion, Anastasia and Zacharias set out early one evening in the Spring of 1686 to make their way to Holland. It was clear across France, many hundreds of weary miles, and they had a tiny boy to carry along...their baby boy sickened and died north of Orleans. In Antwerp, Anastasia gave out...and was buried there...They crossed the Meuse and Waal (Rhein) and were in Dordrecht, Holland...where they were to live for two long years...Zacharias had no trouble in supporting himself in his vocation as a tailor...but in December, 1688, he and nearly 150 other French Huguenots set sail as passangers in two little ships for America...their long trip was over February 22, 1689...and they landed at New York City" (Koon).
    In 1689, New York City had a population of 4,000, mostly Dutch people. The Huguenots decided not to establish themselves there, prefering a town of their own where they could speak their own French language. They then managed to find themselves an area on Long Island Sound which would become New Rochelle, New York (see Pierre Angevine). Their landing place was on rocky Bonnefoy Point, a stone marks their landing place, and a stone tablet carries the surnames of some thirty families who made the landing. The list includes the name, Angevine.
    Zacharias found it difficult to make a living at his trade, there was little need for a tailor among the impoverished refugees, so in the Autumn of 1689, Zacharias moved down to New York City. Here, his business prospered to the point where he was able to take a new wife. On March 5, 1690 Zacahrias married Marie Naudin, a daughter of Andre Naudin and his wife Margaret, in the French Church in New York City. The new family resided in New York for some years, Zachzrias was made a "Freeman" on December 16, 1695, and he took the oath of allegiance (to the English crown) in May of 1696. About this time, however, Zacharias and Marie decided to rejoin their fellow Huguenots in New Rochelle. On December 23, 1701, a tract of 200 acres of land was sold to Zacharias, his brother in-law Andre Naudin Jr. and Louis Guion. The deed spells his name Zacarie, and his brother in law as "Nodin". From this time forward Zacharias's name appears frequently in the records of the town of New Rochelle. In 1713 he deeded 160 acres to his father-in-law, Andre "Noddin", and about the same time, "Zacharie Langevin" and others bought land from Joost de Barn. At an annual meeting, usually held in April, town members were elected to town offices. Zacharias was elected Constable in 1703, and every year after that until 1710. He was elected Surveyor of Highways in 1711, 1712, 1713, 1727, 1728 and 1733, and was Pound-Master in 1717, 1718 and 1727.11
  • The ancestry of Zacharias and Pierre Angevine (pressumed to be brothers, but not confirmed) is not documented. It is taken from a work titled "Full Blooded Yankee," by Sidney G. Koon, Flushing, N.Y. 1951, and re-printed in "Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers," by Brad Angevine, 1960. The source and reasons for Koon's conclusions is not known.1

Family: Marie Naudine b. 1676, d. a 10 Oct 1715

Citations

  1. [S188] Brad Angevine, Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers (New York: Brad Angevine, 1960), Reprint of the chapter: "Angevine Comes to America", from Sidney G. Koon's, "Full Blooded Yankee" 1951.. Hereinafter cited as Our Grandmothers and Grandfathers.
  2. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Cites, "Full Blooded Yankee", by Sidney Graves Koon as a source on the Angevines of LaRocelle, France.
    Pierre and Zacharias Angevine were among the first settlers of New Rochelle, New York. They were Huguenot refugees from LaRochelle, France, the last haven of safety for French Protestants in the late seventeenth century. For many years French Protestants, known as Huguenots, were persecuted on religious and political grounds by the Catholic royalty of the country. Some relief was provided in 1598 when King Henry IV of France issued the Edict of Nantes in favor of his Protestant subjects. In 1685, however, the edict was revoked by King Louis XIV, a fervent Catholic who sought to rid the country of any sign of the Reformation. France was no longer a safe place to be Protestant. For many years prior, Huguenots sought refuge in Protestant dominated England. However, being somewhat concerned about the presence of foreigners, the English took care to keep them under a watchful eye, all while trying to find a place for them. As early as 1630, after the fall of LaRochelle, Maltravers, Earl of Arundel and Surrey thought to use the refugees as colonists in America, south of Virginia. A settlement was attempted there under the leadership of one Captain Sance, a Huguenot adventurer. In the end, however, it proved to be a failure. After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, more than 200 Huguenot families fled France and reached New York, where they were welcomed.
    The area that was to become New Rochelle, was originally purchased in 1654 from the Indians by Thomas Pell. He was granted a royal patent on his purchase by the Court of Assize in New York in 1666 and it became known as Pelham Manor. Thomas Pell died in 1669 and the lands passed on to his nephew John Pell. About 1688, John Pell conveyed to Jacob Leisler of New York the land within Pelham Manor, 6000 acres, that would become New Rochelle. Jacob Leisler had been commissioned by the French Huguenots to obtain the land for their use and for their fellow refugees who were expected to arrive from Europe and elsewhere. Jacob Leisler, himself was a well to do merchant of French ancestry, although born in Germany. He was a staunch Calvinistic Protestant with strong democratic tendencies and popular with the common people who were opposed to the Dutch and English governing classes. His popularity helped make him mayor of New York and Governor of the Province, although in the end he would be hanged as a traitor in a catastrophe that was brought about by the connivance of the aristrocratic Van Cortlandt and Bayard families. Fortunately, only a year before his death, Jacob Leisler had released the last parcel of land he had purchased to the Hugeunots. Among the first families of the new town, named for their homeland of LaRochelle, where the Angevines.
    In comparison with his brother Zachariah, records for Pierre are very scant. In fact no record has been found that even shows that Pierre and Zachariah are brothers. It has simply been assumed that by genealogists over the years, although Koons, who appears to be a very good authority, calls them brothers. Pierre is not listed in the New York City Tax Lists covering 1695-1699, and he was not found in the 1698 census of New Rochelle, nor in the 1702 census of New York City. No baptisms for the children, except for Esther, were found in either New York City or New Rochelle. It is possible that he came to America later than Zachariah. The first record of Pierre appears 25 Apr 1705 showing that he was elected as one of the Assessors in New Rochelle. He held the office again in 1707, was Overseer of Highways, 1715 and 1718, and Poundmaster in 1718. The 1710 New Rochelle census lists Pierre, aged 44 years, Deborah, age 42, Lewis, age 8, Marget, age 10 and Susanna, age 50 years. Susanna could be a sister. Koon noted that Zachariah and Pierre had a sister born in 1668. The children Lewis and Margaret could have been named for Louis Angevine and Marguerite Chalons, which would be another piece of evidence suggesting that Pierre and Zachariah are in fact brothers. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.
  3. [S1482] 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), page 9. Zacarie Engeuin mt. Tailleur dhabits demeurant en ce lieu Et Marie Naudin. Hereinafter cited as BMD French Church, New York. Https://books.google.com/books?id=b8QkzTWyTbYC&pg=PP3&dq=Alfred+V.+Wittmeyer&hl=en&sa=X&ei=7EwtVbSxBsSqNsawgZgK&ved=0CCsQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=Alfred%20V.%20Wittmeyer&f=false.
  4. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.505 Index. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  5. [S194] Jeanne A. Forbes, compiler, Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828 (New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916), p.54. Hereinafter cited as New Rochelle TR.
  6. [S2655] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstracts of Wills on file in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Volume I. 1665-1707), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1892), page 437. Hereinafter cited as Abs. N.Y. Co. Wills v. I.
  7. [S1714] Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Excerpted from The Documentary History of the State of New York (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 1989, 1999), page 220. The List of the Towne of New Rochelle &c. XBr 9th 1710. Hereinafter cited as Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York.
  8. [S360] William S. Pelietreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784 (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), page 78. Hereinafter cited as Early Wills of Westchester County, New York From 1664-1784.
  9. [S2252] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York (Vol. III 1730-1744), Collections of the New York Historical Society (New York: Printed for the Society, 1894), pages 284-285. In this transcription, his daughter is called, Margaret DAW, and son-in-law, Isaac DAW. Hereinafter cited as Abs. N.Y. Co. Wills v. III.
  10. [S3130] Carl Boyer, Ship Passenger Lists, New York and New Jersey, 1600-1825 (Westminster, Maryland: Heritage Books, 2007), page 144. From Morgan H. Seacord. Biographical Sketches and Index of the Huguenot Settlers of New Rochelle, 1687-1776. New Rochelle, N. Y.: The Huguenot and Historical Association of New Rochelle, 1941. Hereinafter cited as Ship Passenger Lists, New York & New Jersey.
  11. [S182] Angevine Genealogy: Descendants of Zachariah and Pierre Angevine, 1690 to 1976 in America; (Endwell, New York: Clyde V. Angevine, 1977), Copy on microfilm. Salt Lake City Utah:Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979, Cites, "Full Blooded Yankee", by Sidney Graves Koon as a source on the Angevines of LaRocelle, France.. Hereinafter cited as Angevine Genealogy.

Alice Angle1

b. 1862

Citations

  1. [S2029] Lillian Drake Avery, Drake Genealogy in the Line of Samuel Drake of Lower Smithfield Township, Northampton (now Monroe) County, Pennsylvania (Pontiac, Michigan: Privately Printed, 1926), p.81. Hereinafter cited as Drake Gen. in the line of Samuel Drake. http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=18254

Jacob Zug Angle1

b. 23 December 1822, d. 20 August 1896
  • Jacob Zug Angle was born on 23 December 1822.1
  • He married Mary Ann Brewer, daughter of Jacob P. Brewer and Mary Negley.1
  • Jacob Zug Angle died on 20 August 1896.1
  • He was buried at Dunkard Cemetery at Welsh Run, near Mercersburg, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.1

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 31. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Maria Anna Angle1

b. 1769, d. 5 February 1834

Family: John Brua b. 28 Jun 1766 or 28 Jul 1766

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 19. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.
  2. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 20. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Mary Angle1

b. 9 April 1778, d. 22 April 1863
  • Father*: Henry Angle2
  • Mary Angle was born on 9 April 1778 at probably Washington Co., Maryland.1,2
  • She married Jacob Brewer, son of Gustavus Brua and Magdalena, before 1797.1
  • Mary Angle died on 22 April 1863 at Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.2
  • She was buried at Angle Cemetery, Welsh Run, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.2

Family: Jacob Brewer b. 23 Aug 1773, d. 18 Jan 1856

Citations

  1. [S1854] Anonymous, Biographical Annals of Franklin County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1905), p.316. Hereinafter cited as Bio. Annals of Franklin Co., Penn.
  2. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 20. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Mary Elizabeth Angle1

b. 3 April 1829, d. 20 February 1860
  • Mary Elizabeth Angle was born on 3 April 1829.1
  • She married Daniel Brewer, son of Joseph Brewer and Mary Firey, at Franklin Co., Pennsylvania, circa 1847.1
  • Mary Elizabeth Angle died on 20 February 1860 at Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.1
  • She was buried at Bretheren Cemetery, Upton, Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.1
  • Mary Elizabeth Angle and Daniel Brewer resided at Franklin Co., Pennsylvania.1

Family: Daniel Brewer b. 29 Jul 1822, d. 27 Sep 1891

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 40. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.
  2. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 41. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Susan Angle1

d. before 1905

Family: Joseph M. Brewer b. c 1834

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 45. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Dr. Anglin1

Citations

  1. [S2408] The Trinity Church Story a.k.a. "The Hill Manuscript", Unpublished Manuscript, ca.1924, Box 7, Catalog Item no.77, William B. Bogardus Collection, Anneke Jans and Everardus Bogardus Descendants Association, Wilmington, Ohio. This manuscript is only available in a few libraries. Although it provides an interesting account of the Anneke Jans-Trinity Church legal battles, the genealogies, especially for the earlier generations, are unreliable. page 36.

Margaret Ankeney1

b. 2 October 1799, d. 16 March 1821
  • Father*: Henry Ankeney1

Family: Jacob Brewer b. 4 Jan 1792

Citations

  1. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 29. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.
  2. [S2363] Lynn Austin Brua, The Brua Family and Bruaw, Bruah, Brewer (United Kingdom: L.A. Brua, 1989, 1996). Also on FHL film #2055459, item 2. The second edition can be found online at Family History Archives, www.lib.byu.edu and accessable directly from the Family History website, www.familysearch.org with a search for the Brua Family in the Library Catalog. A copy of the 1989 edition is found in the William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BB-421. page 30. Hereinafter cited as The Brua Family.

Sarah A. Anness1

Citations

  1. [S1476] John P. Wall, History of Middlesex County, New Jersey, 1664-1920 (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1921), page 137. Hereinafter cited as Hist. of Middlesex Co., New Jersey.

Emma Ansell1

Citations

  1. [S2928] Judith Walls Harmon, "The Brewers of Braddock's Army - French and Indian War, Their Descendants in Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky", KYOWVA Genealogical Society Newsletter Vol. 28, no. 2, pages 12-13 (2005). Hereinafter cited as "The Brewers of Braddock's Army."

Andrew Ansley1

b. 7 August 1807, d. 19 December 1869
  • Andrew Ansley was born on 7 August 1807.1
  • He married first Catherine Decker.2
  • Andrew Ansley married second on 11 April 1844 Eliza Crocheron, daughter of Reuben Crocheron and Elizabeth.2
  • Andrew Ansley died on 19 December 1869 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York.2

Citations

  1. [S3520] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley, Mother of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 127, page 209 (1996): 127:210. Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley."
  2. [S3524] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Sophia Johnson, Wife of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 107, page 201 (1976): 107:202. Hereinafter cited as "Sophia Johnson."

Ozias Ansley1

b. 30 November 1743, d. 8 September 1828
  • Father*: John Gilbert Ansley1
  • Mother*: Catharine Allison1
  • Ozias Ansley was born on 30 November 1743 at England (calculated from age at death).2
  • He married first between 1760 and 1763 Dorothea.3
  • Ozias Ansley married second in 1764 Charity Whitenacht.2
  • Ozias Ansley married third at Moravian Church, Staten Island, Richmond Co., New York, on 23 October 1805 Elizabeth Simonson.4
  • Ozias Ansley died on 8 September 1828; age 84y 9m 8d (g.s.).2
  • He moved from Montgomery Co., New York to Sussex Co., New Jersey sometime between 24 April 1768 and 12 December 1776, where he joined his uncle, Robert Allison. There he had a plantation of about 100 acres. During the Revolution he was a Loyalist and relocated to Sussex Vale, Kings Co., New Brunswick, Canada.4
  • He was in Canada in 1804, but returned to Staten Island, New York, where he had served as a Loyalist officer, before his third marriage.4

Family 1: Charity Whitenacht b. c 1748, d. 6 May 1801

  • Johanna Ansley4
  • Mary Ansley4
  • John Ansley5
  • Ozias Ansley5
  • Penelope Ansley4

Family 2: Elizabeth Simonson b. Apr 1770, d. 13 Nov 1841

Citations

  1. [S3520] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley, Mother of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 127, page 209 (1996). Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley."
  2. [S3524] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Sophia Johnson, Wife of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 107, page 201 (1976): 107:202. Hereinafter cited as "Sophia Johnson."
  3. [S3524] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Sophia Johnson, Wife of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 107, page 201 (1976): 107:202. No date suggested. Hereinafter cited as "Sophia Johnson."
  4. [S3520] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley, Mother of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 127, page 209 (1996): 127:210. Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley."
  5. [S3520] Charlotte Megill Hix, "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley, Mother of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 127, page 209 (1996): 127:211. Hereinafter cited as "Elizabeth (Simonson) (Johnson) Ansley."

Lydia L. Anson1

Citations

  1. [S1330] Elsie O. Hallenbeck, Our Van Horn Kindred (United States: n.pub., 1959), p.53. Hereinafter cited as Our Van Horn Kindred.

Fredrick Anspike1

Citations

  1. [S4836] H. Minot Pitman, "Two Anneke Jans Law-Suits", The American Genealogist Vol. 24, pp. 65-69 (1948): 24:66. Testimony of John Bogardus, a son of Cornelius Bogardus (1726-1794). Hereinafter cited as "Two Anneke Jans Law Suits."

Agnietie Anthonis1

b. before 1635, d. before October 1656
  • Agnietie Anthonis was born before 1635.
  • She married Andries Claeszen before 1651.1
  • Agnietie Anthonis died before October 1656; when her husband remarried.

Family: Andries Claeszen

Citations

  1. [S1582] "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vols.5- (1874-): 5:95.

Grietje Anthonis1

b. between 1620 and 1630, d. circa 1649

Family: Teunis Jansen Laenen Van Peelt b. 5 May 1622, d. b Dec 1700

Citations

  1. [S2925] Dorothy A. Koenig, "European Origins of Adrien Lamberts Smith and the Brothers Lanen Van Pelt", New Netherland Connections Vol. 4, no. 1 (1999): 4:7. Hereinafter cited as "Lamberts Smith - Lanen Van Pelt."
  2. [S2925] Dorothy A. Koenig, "European Origins of Adrien Lamberts Smith and the Brothers Lanen Van Pelt", New Netherland Connections Vol. 4, no. 1 (1999): 4:8. Hereinafter cited as "Lamberts Smith - Lanen Van Pelt."
  3. [S2307] Gerald James Parsons, "Peter Van Pelt", The American Genealogist Vol. 50-51 (1974-75): 50:211. Hereinafter cited as "Van Pelt, TAG 50-51 (1974-75)."
  4. [S2925] Dorothy A. Koenig, "European Origins of Adrien Lamberts Smith and the Brothers Lanen Van Pelt", New Netherland Connections Vol. 4, no. 1 (1999): 4:9. Hereinafter cited as "Lamberts Smith - Lanen Van Pelt."
  5. [S1796] A. Van Dorn Honeyman, "The Lane Families of Somerset County and Vicinity", Somerset County Historical Quarterly vols. 2, 3, 4 (1913, 1914, 1915): 2:111. Hereinafter cited as "Lane."

Anna Anthony1

b. 6 June 1785, d. 8 March 1860
  • Anna Anthony was born on 6 June 1785.1
  • She married John Anderson circa 1806.1
  • Anna Anthony died on 8 March 1860.1
  • She was buried at Spruce Run Lutheran Cemetery, Glen Gardner, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.1

Citations

  1. [S5276] Frederic B. Emery, Conrad Emery and His Descendants (Logan, Utah: Unique Printing Service, 1970), page 178. Hereinafter cited as Conrad Emery and Descendants.

Benjamin Anthony1

Citations

  1. [S2962] W. Herbert Wood, "Heirs of Noah Woolsey, Marlborough, N.Y.", The American Genealogist Vol. 26, page 200 (1950). Hereinafter cited as "Heirs of Noah Woolsey."

Elizabeth Anthony1

Citations

  1. [S1662] Lincoln C. Cocheu, "The Van Kouwenhoven-Conover Family", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol.70-71,81-83 (1939-40, 1950-52): 71:274. Hereinafter cited as "Van Kouwenhoven-Conover."