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The Ancestry of John Howard Camp
This site is currently undergoing a MAJOR revision. More biographical information is being added when it is found. Children of ancestors are being added and descendancies of notable cousins are being integrated into the family information of our common ancestors. A very major addition to the family tree is currently being worked on, but cannot be included yet until a paper detailing the research findings of others has been published. The conjectured ancestors of Sarah Clark (and the many notable cousins thereof) have been removed due to lack of any real evidence.



		 /Egidius/Gillis Campe
	      /Judocus Franciscus Campe
	      |  |        /Judocus de Taeye
	      |  |     /Simon de Taeye
	      |  |     |  \Livina Corthals
	      |  |  /Petrus de Taeye
	      |  |  |  |        /Egidius Buysse
	      |  |  |  |     /Joannes Buysse
	      |  |  |  |     |  \Judoca (__)
	      |  |  |  |  /Egidus Buysse
	      |  |  |  |  |  \Elizabeth Dhaenens
	      |  |  |  \Elizabeth Buysse
	      |  |  |     |        /Jan de Wulf
	      |  |  |     |     /Jan de Wulf
	      |  |  |     |     |  \(__)
	      |  |  |     |  /Abraham de Wulf
	      |  |  |     |  |  \Grietken de Clercq
	      |  |  |     \Vincentia de Wulf
	      |  |  |        |  /Georgius/Jooris de Zuttere
	      |  |  |        \Joanna de Zutter
	      |  |  |           \Martina (__)
	      |  \Petronella de Taeye
	      |     |  /Adriaen Drieghe
	      |     \Jacoba Drieghe
	      |        |     /Jan Aerts
	      |        |  /Petrus Aerts
	      |        |  |  \Joanna de Taeye
	      |        \Joanna Aerts
	      |           \Livina van de Kerckhove
	   /Ferdinand Campe
	   |  |           /Gislenus Lacaeyse
	   |  |        /(possibly) Petrus Lacaeyse
	   |  |        |  \Sibilla van Amerongen
	   |  |     /Livinus Lacaeyse
	   |  |     |  \(possibly) Alouisa Vanwastene
	   |  |  /Petrus Antonius Lacaeyse
	   |  |  |  \Livina Mestdagh
	   |  \Isabella Therese Lacaeyse
	   |     |              /Jooris van Overvelt
	   |     |           /Jacobus van Overvelt
	   |     |           |  \(__)
	   |     |        /Jan/Joos van Overvelt
	   |     |        |  |  /Vincent Teirlinck
	   |     |        |  \Francijntgen/Francynken Teirlinck
	   |     |        |     |  /Jan Lippens
	   |     |        |     \Jacquemijne/Jacoba Lippens
	   |     |        |        \(__)
	   |     |     /Jacques/Jacobus van Overvelt
	   |     |     |  |        /Francois Rogiers
	   |     |     |  |     /Adriaen Rogiers
	   |     |     |  |     |  \(__)
	   |     |     |  |  /Vincent Rogiers
	   |     |     |  |  |  \Begella Wulfram
	   |     |     |  \Maria/Maeyken Rogiers
	   |     |     |     |     /Jooris de Wulf
	   |     |     |     |  /Gabriël de Wulf
	   |     |     |     |  |  \(__)
	   |     |     |     \Margaretha de Wulf
	   |     |     |        \Catharina Martens
	   |     |  /Joannes van Overvelt
	   |     |  |  |        /Cornelis Standaert
	   |     |  |  |     /Joorken/Jooris Standaert
	   |     |  |  |     |  |  /Jan Lippens
	   |     |  |  |     |  \Pierynken Lippens
	   |     |  |  |     |     \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  /Jacques Standaert
	   |     |  |  |  |  |     /Joannes Speeckaert
	   |     |  |  |  |  |  /Jacobus Speeckaert
	   |     |  |  |  |  |  |  \Margriet Lippens
	   |     |  |  |  |  \Petronella Speeckaert
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                                     /Arnould I van Aarschot
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                                  /Arnould II van Aarschot
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                                  |  \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                               /Arnould III van Aarschot
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                               |  \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            /Arnould IV van Aarschot, Graaf van Aarschot
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |  |     /Giselbert de Looz, Comte de Looz
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |  |  /Emmo de Looz, Comte de Looz
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |  |  |  \Erlende de Jodoigne
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |  \Beatrix de Looz
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |     |  /Dirk III, Graaf van Holland
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |     \Suanehildis van Holland
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                            |        \Othelindis von Haldenleben
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                         /Godfried van Aarschot, Graaf van Aarschot
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                         |  \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                      /Annekin van Aarschot, Herr van Lubbeck
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                      |  \Alix (__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   /Arnould van Aarschot de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   |  |     /Arnould I van Rostelaer, Seneschalk van Brabant
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   |  |  /Arnould III van Rostelaer, Seneschalk van Brabant
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   |  |  |  \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   |  \Mechhia van Dieve
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                   |     \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                /Gilbert de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                                |  \Maria Heilweghis
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                             /Jehan de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                             |  \Maria Wilmarus
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                          /Joannes de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                          |  \Lysbeth van de Poele
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                       /Jacobus de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                       |  \Lysbeth Bornecolve
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                    /Jacops de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                    |  \Adriana van Durme
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                 /Diederick de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |                 |  \Elisabeth de Smet
	   |     |  |  |  |     |              /Jacobus de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |              |  \Janne Gaeyaert
	   |     |  |  |  |     |           /Petrus de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |           |  \Livina de Roye
	   |     |  |  |  |     |        /Joannes de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |        |  \Maria van der Beke
	   |     |  |  |  |     |     /Joannes de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |     |  \Joanna van de Vijvere
	   |     |  |  |  |     |  /Vincentius de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |     |  |  |  /Jan Dyselinck
	   |     |  |  |  |     |  |  \Joanna Dyselinck
	   |     |  |  |  |     |  |     \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |     \Betken/Elisabeth de Pape
	   |     |  |  |  |        |     /Gelijn van Maldeghem
	   |     |  |  |  |        |  /Joannes van Maldeghem
	   |     |  |  |  |        |  |  \(__)
	   |     |  |  |  |        \Aernaudijne/Arnaudine van Maldeghem
	   |     |  |  |  |           |  /Cornelis van Schoonackere
	   |     |  |  |  |           \Avesoete van Schoonackere
	   |     |  |  |  |              \(__)
	   |     |  |  \Jacquemijnken/Jacoba Standaert
	   |     |  |     \Martynken Martens
	   |     \Anna Marie van Overvelt
	   |        |  /Joannes van de Wattijne
	   |        \Judoca van de Wattijne
	   |           |     /Joannes Goossens
	   |           |  /Judocus Goossens
	   |           |  |  \Anna Snoers (Smet)
	   |           \Anna Goossens
	   |              |     /Niklaes van de Rostijne
	   |              |  /Joannes van de Rostijne
	   |              |  |  \(__)
	   |              \Pauwelyna van de Rostijne
	   |                 \Livina de Taeye
	/Karel Francies Campe
	|  |           /Nicolaas Landuijt
	|  |        /Cornelis Landuijt
	|  |        |  |     /Pauwels Buijck
	|  |        |  |  /Corneils Buijck
	|  |        |  |  |  \(__)
	|  |        |  \Petronella Buijck
	|  |        |     \Tanneken Martens
	|  |     /Petrus Johannes Landuijt
	|  |     |  |  /Joannes Wieme
	|  |     |  \Livina Weime
	|  |     |     \Livina Snoeck
	|  |  /Petrus Antonius Landuijt
	|  |  |  |     /Joannes/Jan Vergauwe
	|  |  |  |  /Antonius/Antoon Vergauwe
	|  |  |  |  |  \Maria Simoens
	|  |  |  \Judoca Vergauwe
	|  |  |     \Elisabeth (Isabelle) Steijaert
	|  \Catharina Antonia Landuijt
	|     |  /Elias Lammens
	|     \Maria Jacoba Lammens
	|        |     /Joannes Cornelis
	|        |  /Martin Cornelis
	|        |  |  \Elisabetha de Mejere
	|        \Francisca Cornelis
	|           \Magdalena/Helena VanderBossche
     /Alfonse (Albert) Camp
     |  |                       /(__) Nijskens
     |  |                    /Peter Nijskens
     |  |                    |  \(__) van der Reij
     |  |                 /Joannes Nijskens
     |  |                 |  \Maria (Gijsen/Ginsen/Gissen)
     |  |              /Hubertus Nijskens
     |  |              |  \Catharina Meeuwissen
     |  |           /Jacobus Nijskens
     |  |           |  \Johanna Vrencken
     |  |        /Johannes Nijskens
     |  |        |  |     /(__) Sweels
     |  |        |  |  /Corsius/Corst Sweels
     |  |        |  |  |  \(__)
     |  |        |  \Petronella Swe(e)ls
     |  |        |     \Cornelia Caris
     |  |     /Henrij Nijskens
     |  |     |  |  /Jacques Kercker/Kirckels
     |  |     |  \Elisabeth Kercker
     |  |     |     \Maria (__)
     |  |  /Pieter Johannes Nieskens
     |  |  |  |        /Adrianus/Adriaan Seij
     |  |  |  |     /Pierre Sies/Petrus Seij
     |  |  |  |     |  \Joanna Claerhoudt
     |  |  |  |  /Jean Francois/Johannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Seij
     |  |  |  |  |  |  /Joannes de Zuttere
     |  |  |  |  |  \Petronella Brigitta de Zutter
     |  |  |  |  |     |              /Judocus/Joos Clays
     |  |  |  |  |     |           /Jan Clays
     |  |  |  |  |     |           |  \(__)
     |  |  |  |  |     |        /Aernout Clays
     |  |  |  |  |     |        |  |  /Pieter de Pau
     |  |  |  |  |     |        |  \Margaretha de Pau
     |  |  |  |  |     |        |     \Grietken (__)
     |  |  |  |  |     |     /Joannes/Jan Claeijs
     |  |  |  |  |     |     |  |  /Denijs Buysse
     |  |  |  |  |     |     |  \Catharina Buysse
     |  |  |  |  |     |     |     \(__)
     |  |  |  |  |     |  /Joannes/Jan Claeijs
     |  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  /Gillis de Smet
     |  |  |  |  |     |  |  \Susanna de Smet
     |  |  |  |  |     |  |     \Tanneken Matthijs
     |  |  |  |  |     \Anna Maria Claeijs
     |  |  |  |  |        |        /Jacobus de Zuttere
     |  |  |  |  |        |     /Roelandt de Zuttere
     |  |  |  |  |        |     |  \Adriana Maes
     |  |  |  |  |        |  /Roelandt de Zuttere
     |  |  |  |  |        |  |  \Livina (__)
     |  |  |  |  |        \Catharina de Zuttere
     |  |  |  |  |           |     /Nicolaas de Vriendt
     |  |  |  |  |           |  /Joos de Vriendt
     |  |  |  |  |           |  |  \(__)
     |  |  |  |  |           \Anna de Vriendt
     |  |  |  |  |              |  /Gillis Batens
     |  |  |  |  |              \Catharina Batens
     |  |  |  |  |                 \Tanneken Huige
     |  |  |  \Catharina Seij
     |  |  |     |  /Joannes/Jan de Zuttere
     |  |  |     \Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter
     |  |  |        |  /(possibly)Cornelis/Corneel de Wael
     |  |  |        \Anna Maria de Waele
     |  |  |           \(possibly)Maria van Verdeghem
     |  \Maria Theresia Nieskens
     |     |        /Arnoldus Boerendonk
     |     |     /Judocus Boerendonk
     |     |     |  |     /Johannes Heremans
     |     |     |  |  /Judocus Heremans
     |     |     |  |  |  \Maria Jansen
     |     |     |  \Johanna Heremans
     |     |     |     |  /Johannes de Wael
     |     |     |     \Elisabeth de Wael
     |     |     |        |        /Jan van Mullem
     |     |     |        |     /Phillipus van Mullem
     |     |     |        |     |  \(__)
     |     |     |        |  /Petrus van Mullem
     |     |     |        |  |  |  /Pieter Coppens
     |     |     |        |  |  \Amelberga Coppens
     |     |     |        |  |     \(__)
     |     |     |        \Amelberge van Mullem
     |     |     |           |        /François Vercauteren
     |     |     |           |     /Gillis Vercauteren
     |     |     |           |     |  |  /Johannes Duerinc
     |     |     |           |     |  \Margriet Duerinc
     |     |     |           |     |     |  /Jacob Waumans
     |     |     |           |     |     \Katelijne Waumans
     |     |     |           |     |        |     /Joos Van Ackere
     |     |     |           |     |        |  /Adriaan van Ackere
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |  |  /Pieter Staes
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |  \Katelijne Staes
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |     |  /Anthonis Zouters
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |     \Marie Zouters
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |        |  /Gillis Mast
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |        \Amelberge Mast
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |           |  /Andries Van Mieghem
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |           \Margriete Van Mieghem
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |              |  /Gillis Van Ackere
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |              \Agnes Van Ackere
     |     |     |           |     |        |  |                 \Elisabeth Brijssincs
     |     |     |           |     |        \Lijsbette van Ackere
     |     |     |           |     |           |   /Niklaas Polfliet
     |     |     |           |     |           \Margriete Polfliet
     |     |     |           |     |               |  /Gillis Loots
     |     |     |           |     |               \Amelberge Loots
     |     |     |           |     |                  \Margriete Sculaerts
     |     |     |           |  /Joannes Vercauteren
     |     |     |           |  |  |  /Mathijs Persoon
     |     |     |           |  |  \Joanna Persoon
     |     |     |           |  |     |  /Phillips Goeman
     |     |     |           |  |     \Katelijne Goeman
     |     |     |           |  |        |  /Pieter Vergouwen
     |     |     |           |  |        \Jacomine Vergouwen
     |     |     |           |  |           |  /Jan van Remoortere
     |     |     |           |  |           \Katelijne van Remoortre
     |     |     |           |  |              |  /Willem Hondt or Hons
     |     |     |           |  |              \Margriete Hondt or Hons
     |     |     |           |  |                 |  /Jan Aelbrecht
     |     |     |           |  |                 \Amelberge Aelbrecht
     |     |     |           |  |                    \Elisabeth 'sBruynen
     |     |     |           \Barbara Vercauteren
     |     |     |              |           /Adriaan van Wijnacker
     |     |     |              |        /Jan van Wijnacker
     |     |     |              |        |  |  /Jacob Spruuts
     |     |     |              |        |  \Katelijne Spruyts
     |     |     |              |        |     |  /Niklaas van Polvliet
     |     |     |              |        |     \Marie van Polvliet
     |     |     |              |        |        |     /Heinric Coppiins
     |     |     |              |        |        |  /Pieter Coppiins
     |     |     |              |        |        |  |  |  /Jan Raes
     |     |     |              |        |        |  |  \Margriet Raes
     |     |     |              |        |        |  |     |  /(__) VanDer Haghe
     |     |     |              |        |        |  |     \Amelberga VanDer Haghe
     |     |     |              |        |        |  |        \Mabelie (__)
     |     |     |              |        |        \Marie Coppiins (Keppens)
     |     |     |              |        |           |  /(__)
     |     |     |              |        |           \Katelijne 'sTayen
     |     |     |              |        |              \Elisabeth 'sTayen
     |     |     |              |     /Merten van Wijnacker
     |     |     |              |     |  |  /Joos Vermeere
     |     |     |              |     |  \Cornelia Vermeere
     |     |     |              |     |     |  /Jacx Smet
     |     |     |              |     |     \Amelberga Smet
     |     |     |              |     |        |  /Jan Zwitten
     |     |     |              |     |        \Katelijne Zwitten
     |     |     |              |     |           |  /Jan Speecht
     |     |     |              |     |           \Lijsbeth Speecht
     |     |     |              |     |              |  /Hendrik Melis
     |     |     |              |     |              \Lijsbette Melis
     |     |     |              |     |                 |  /Gillis van Buendre
     |     |     |              |     |                 \Margriete van Buendre
     |     |     |              |     |                    |  /(__) Steenaert
     |     |     |              |     |                    \Katelijne Steenaert
     |     |     |              |     |                       |  /(__) Maes
     |     |     |              |     |                       \Margriete Maes
     |     |     |              |     |                          \Gertrud (__)
     |     |     |              |  /Merten van Wijnacker
     |     |     |              |  |  |     /Gilles ver Haghe
     |     |     |              |  |  |  /Jan ver Haghen
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |  |  /Daneel Dalscaert
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |  \Katelijne Dalscaert
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |     |  /Jan van Polfliet
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |     \Pascine Polfliet
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |     /Joos Brisinc
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  /Gilles Brisinc
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |  |  /Pieter Mins
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |  \Elisabeth Mins
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |     |  /Gillis Bake(n)
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |     \Elisabeth Bake
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |        |  /Jan Bonne
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |        \Beatrix Bonne
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |           |  /Lonis Noens
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |           \Beatrice Noens
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |              |  /Jacob Vossaert
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |              \Amelberga Vossaert
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |                 |  /Pieter Ongenaets
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |                 \Katelijne Ongenaets
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        |  |                    \Katelijne van Doorslaer
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |        \Katelijne Brissinck
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |           |  /Gilles ver Heyden
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |           \Elisabeth ver Heyden
     |     |     |              |  |  |  |              \Katelijne Muters
     |     |     |              |  |  \Joanna ver Haghen
     |     |     |              |  |     |     /Jan VerStraeten
     |     |     |              |  |     |  /Jan VerStraeten
     |     |     |              |  |     |  |  \(__)
     |     |     |              |  |     \Antonine VerStraeten
     |     |     |              |  |        |     /Pieter Abeele
     |     |     |              |  |        |  /Bouwen van den Abeele
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |  |  /Jan van Havere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |  \Clare van Havere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |           /Wouter van den Ackere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |        /Niklaas van Ackere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |        |  \(__)
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |     /Wouter van Ackere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |     |  |   /Jan Gheent
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |     |  \Clementie van Gheent
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |     |      \(__)
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |  /Jan van Ackere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |  |  |  /Jan Van Velde
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |  |  \Mabelie Van Velde
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     |  |     \Margriete (__)
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |     \Amelberge van Ackere
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |        |  /(__) Boytas
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |        \Amelberga Boytas
     |     |     |              |  |        |  |           \Elysabeth (__)
     |     |     |              |  |        \Lijsbeth Abeele
     |     |     |              |  |           |  /Jacob van Raemdonck
     |     |     |              |  |           \Lijsbeth van Raemdonck
     |     |     |              |  |              |  /Pieter Varendonc
     |     |     |              |  |              \Josine van Varendonck
     |     |     |              |  |                 |  /Michiel Hildegheers
     |     |     |              |  |                 \Kathelijne Hildegheers
     |     |     |              |  |                    |  /(__)
     |     |     |              |  |                    \Elysabeth Bolsele
     |     |     |              |  |                       |  /(__)Bolsele
     |     |     |              |  |                       \Amelberga Bolsele
     |     |     |              |  |                          \Heylsoete (__)
     |     |     |              \Joanna/Janneken Wijnacker
     |     |     |                 |  /Anthonis Vercauteren
     |     |     |                 \Barbara Vercauteren
     |     |     |                    |     /Adriaan van Steelant
     |     |     |                    |  /Gillis van Steelandt
     |     |     |                    |  |  |  /Judocus Vale
     |     |     |                    |  |  \Amelberga Vale
     |     |     |                    |  |     |  /Symoen Schelfhaut
     |     |     |                    |  |     \Catharina Schelfhaut
     |     |     |                    |  |        |  /Pieter Speelmans
     |     |     |                    |  |        \Elisabetha Speelmans
     |     |     |                    |  |           |  /Niklaas Gabrieels
     |     |     |                    |  |           \Margriete Gabrieels
     |     |     |                    |  |              |  /(__) Van Weere
     |     |     |                    |  |              \Margriete Van Weere
     |     |     |                    |  |                 \Margriette van Hoghenweghe
     |     |     |                    \Amelberga Steenlandt
     |     |     |                       |  /Jan de Meyere
     |     |     |                       \Lijsbette de Meijer
     |     |     |                          |  /Joos Wittock
     |     |     |                          \Amelberge Wittock
     |     |     |                             |  /Niklaas s'Hooghen
     |     |     |                             \Amelberge s'Hooghen
     |     |     |                                |  /Wouter Smeets
     |     |     |                                \Amelberge Smets
     |     |     |                                   |  /Jan Potters
     |     |     |                                   \Lijsbette Potters
     |     |     |                                      |  /Michiel van Overloop
     |     |     |                                      \Lijsbeth van Overloop
     |     |     |                                         \Margriete Maes
     |     |  /Johannes Franciscus Boerendonck
     |     |  |  |              /Judocus Scheerlinck
     |     |  |  |           /Guilielmus/Wilhelmus Scheerlinck
     |     |  |  |           |  |  /Petrus Droeshout
     |     |  |  |           |  \Catharina Droeshout
     |     |  |  |           |     \Joanna Veldemans
     |     |  |  |        /Petrus Scheerlinck
     |     |  |  |        |  |  /Gerardus Coppens
     |     |  |  |        |  \Maria Coppens
     |     |  |  |        |     \Catharina Deegdemakers
     |     |  |  |     /Judocus Scheerlinck
     |     |  |  |     |  |     /Petrus de Brauw
     |     |  |  |     |  |  /Judocus de Brauw
     |     |  |  |     |  |  |  \Elisabeth Moock
     |     |  |  |     |  \Adriana de Brauw
     |     |  |  |     |     |     /Henrius van de Velde
     |     |  |  |     |     |  /Joannes van de Velde
     |     |  |  |     |     |  |  \Anna Schinck
     |     |  |  |     |     \Anna van de Velde
     |     |  |  |     |        \Gertrudis van Varenbergh
     |     |  |  |  /Jan Scheerlinck
     |     |  |  |  |  |        /Adrianus de Schrijver
     |     |  |  |  |  |     /Adrianus de Schrijver
     |     |  |  |  |  |     |  |  /Jan de Clippel
     |     |  |  |  |  |     |  \Elisabeth de Clippel
     |     |  |  |  |  |     |     \Margareta van der Maele
     |     |  |  |  |  |  /Adrianus de Schrijver
     |     |  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Jan Verleysen
     |     |  |  |  |  |  |  \Margareta Verleysen
     |     |  |  |  |  |  |     \Joanna de Greve
     |     |  |  |  |  \Adriana de Schrijver
     |     |  |  |  |     |        /Erasmus de Rijck
     |     |  |  |  |     |     /Martinus de Rijck
     |     |  |  |  |     |     |  \Barbara van Raverschot
     |     |  |  |  |     |  /Mathias de Rijck
     |     |  |  |  |     |  |  \Machildis van den Berghe
     |     |  |  |  |     \Anna de Rijck
     |     |  |  |  |        \Elisabeth Verstraeten
     |     |  |  \Pietronella Scheerlink
     |     |  |     |     /Franciscus de Pelsmaecker
     |     |  |     |  /Judocus de Pelsmaecker
     |     |  |     |  |  |  /Thomas Heydens
     |     |  |     |  |  \Maria Heydens
     |     |  |     |  |     |  /Robert de la Tour
     |     |  |     |  |     \Maria de la Tour
     |     |  |     |  |        \Anna Kerremans
     |     |  |     \Josina/Judoca de Pelsmaecker
     |     |  |        |     /Matheus van Wetter
     |     |  |        |  /Egidius van Wetteren
     |     |  |        |  |  |  /Egidius Dauman
     |     |  |        |  |  \Judoca Dauman
     |     |  |        |  |     \Joanna de Mol
     |     |  |        \Catharina van Wetteren
     |     |  |           \Adriana Robert
     |     \Carolina Dorethea Boerendonk
     |        |        /Petrus Opdorp
     |        |     /Petrus Johannes Opdorp
     |        |     |  |  /Aedigius Lammens
     |        |     |  \Maria Lammens
     |        |     |     |        /Jacobus Haeghens
     |        |     |     |     /Joannes Haeghens
     |        |     |     |     |  \Anna (__)
     |        |     |     |  /Jan Haehgens
     |        |     |     |  |  \Maria de Vos
     |        |     |     \Anna Haeghens
     |        |     |        \Petronella Pauwels
     |        |  /Adrianus Franciscus/Adriaan Francies van Opdorp
     |        |  |  |        /Cornelius de Ridder
     |        |  |  |     /Christophorus de Ridder
     |        |  |  |     |  |                 /Laureijs de Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |              /Willem de Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |              |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |           /Gheert de Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |              /Daneel de Keysere
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |           /Daneel de Keysere
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |           |  |  /Gillis van De Putte
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |           |  \Maria van De Putte
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |           |     \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |        /Jan de Keysere
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |        |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |     /Peeter de Keijser
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |     |  |  /Wouter Seelmakers
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |     |  \(__) Seelmakers
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |     |     \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |  /Peeter de Keijser
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  |  |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |  \Joanna de Keijser
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |     |  /Jan, dit de Sleeghere van Den Wijngaerde
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |     \Maria [Margriete] van den Wijngaerde
     |        |  |  |     |  |           |        \Kathelijne Arijs
     |        |  |  |     |  |        /Pauwel de Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |        |  |  /Gillis Raes
     |        |  |  |     |  |        |  \Kathelijne Raes
     |        |  |  |     |  |        |     \Yde Smets
     |        |  |  |     |  |     /Cornelius de Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |     |  |  /Paschier Witleer
     |        |  |  |     |  |     |  \Margriet Witleer
     |        |  |  |     |  |     |     \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  /Gaspar Smet
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |                 /Goossen van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              /Gielis van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |              /Jan de Pullewouwe
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |           /Jan de Pullewouwe
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |           |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |        /Gielis Jans/Egidius Jans van Pullewoude (de Polewoude)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |        |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |     /Jan Gielisjans (Van Pullewouwe)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |     |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |  /Willem van Pullewouwe (Gielisjans)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |  |  |  /Symoen Soys, alias vander Bruggen
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |  |  \Elisabeth Suys
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  |  |     \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |  \Elisabeth/Lijsbette Gielisjans
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |              |     \Beatrix Van der Hoeven (van den Roe)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |           /Goossen van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |           |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        /Henrick van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        |  |  /Jan Jacobs
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        |  \Kathelijne Jacobs
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        |     |  /Robrecht Suetmans
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        |     \Kathelijne Suetmans
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |        |        \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     /Goossen van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |           /Joannes Moeijersoens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |        /Hendrick Moeijersoens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |        |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |     /Jan Moeijersoens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |     |  \Maria Covens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |  /Jan Moerijersoens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |  |  \Godelieve van Nieuwenhove
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  \Josine Moerijersoens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                      /Godefroi VII, Duke of Lower Lotharingia           ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                   /Henri I "le Guerroyeur," Duke of Brabant
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                   |  \Margareta van Limburg                             ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                /Henri II, Duke of Brabant
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                |  |  /Mathieu de Flandre, Comte de Boulogne             ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                |  \Mathilde de Flandre
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                                |     \Marie de Blois, Comtesse de Boulogne              ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             /Henri III "le Pacifique/le Débonnaire," Duke of Brabant
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |  |     /Friedrich I "Barbarossa," Emperor                 ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |  |  /Philipp, Duke of Swabia
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |  |  |  \Béatrix de Bourgogne                              ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |  \Maria von Hohenstaufen
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |     |  /Isaakios II Angelos, Eastern Roman Emperor        ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |     \Eirene Angelina
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                             |        \Eirene Palaiologina                               ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          /Jean I "the Victorious," Duke of Brabant
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |        /Hugues III, Duke of Burgundy                      ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |     /Eudes III, Duke of Burgundy
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |     |  \Alix de Lorraine                                  ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |  /Hugues IV, Duke of Burgundy
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |  |  |  /Hugues de Vergy, Seigneur de Vergy                ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |  |  \Alix de Vergy
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  |  |     \Egidede Trannel, Dame d'Autrey                    ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |  \Alix de Bourgogne
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |     |     /Robert II "le Jeune," Comte de Dreux              ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |     |  /Robert (III) "Gasteblé" de Dreux
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |     |  |  \Yolande de Coucy                                  ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |     \Yolande de Dreux, Comtesse d'Ossone
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |        |  /Thomas de Saint-Valéry, Seigneur de Saint-Valéry  ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |        \Alienor, Dame de Saint-Valéry
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                          |           \Adela de Ponthieu, Dame de Saint-Aubin            ==>
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                       /Jan Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                       |  \Aleydis Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                    /Joannes Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                    |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                 /Egidius Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |                 |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              /Joannes Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |  |  /Jan Nolten
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |  \Katelijne Nolten
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     |        /Henric Meert
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     |     /Jan Meert
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     |     |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     |  /Jan Meert
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     |  |  \(__) Veele
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |     \Lijsbeth Meert
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |              |        \Maria Thonijs
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |           /Joannes Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |           |  \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |        /Egidius Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |        |  \Maria Cocx
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |     /Henricus Van Der Plast
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |     |  \Gertrudis Noytkens
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |  /Egidius Plas
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |  |  |  /Gillis Stickers
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |  |  \Liesbeth Stickers
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     |  |     \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     \Adelheid Plas
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |        \(__)
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |  /Antonis/Anthunis van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |  |  /Franchoijs van Campenhout
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |  \(__) van Campenhout
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |     \Agneeta Verbelen
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |  \Maria van Herbosch
     |        |  |  |     |  |  |     \Martijne Jacobs
     |        |  |  |     |  \Catharina de Smeth
     |        |  |  |     |     |     /(__) de Vettere
     |        |  |  |     |     |  /Henricus de Vettere
     |        |  |  |     |     |  |  \Anne de Pauw
     |        |  |  |     |     \Anna de Vettere
     |        |  |  |     |        \Catharina sMoilders
     |        |  |  |  /Adrianus de Ridder
     |        |  |  |  |  |  /Judocus Meskens
     |        |  |  |  |  \Cornelia Meskens
     |        |  |  |  |     \Anna Scheltiens
     |        |  |  \Antonia de Ridder
     |        |  |     |  /Henricus Boman/Booghmans
     |        |  |     \Catharina Boman/Booghmans
     |        |  |        \Catharina Heymans
     |        \Johanna Maria van Opdorp
     |           \Maria Anna de Poorter
  /Robert William Camp
  |  |                    /Christopher Kuchman
  |  |                 /Balthasar Kuchman
  |  |                 |  \Eva (__) or Hedwig (__)
  |  |              /Luca/Lucas Kuchmann
  |  |              |  |  /Mathias Heinze
  |  |              |  \Regina Heinze
  |  |              |     \(__)
  |  |           /Mathei Kuchmann
  |  |           |  |  /Henri Kofliski
  |  |           |  \Anna Kofliska
  |  |           |     \Elisabetha (__)
  |  |        /Joannes Josephus Kuchmann
  |  |        |  \Anna Rosina (__)
  |  |     /Joseph Kuchman
  |  |     |  |     /Elias Rinke
  |  |     |  |  /Thomas Rinke
  |  |     |  |  |  \Hedwig (__)
  |  |     |  \Magdalena Rinke
  |  |     |     |     /Martin Rademacher
  |  |     |     |  /Martin Rademacher
  |  |     |     |  |  \Eva (__)
  |  |     |     \Maria Joanna Rademacher
  |  |     |        |  /George Czepanski
  |  |     |        \Anna Rosa Czepanski
  |  |     |           \Anna (__)
  |  |  /Valentine Kuchman
  |  |  |  |           /Georgy Rademacher
  |  |  |  |        /Georgy Rademacher
  |  |  |  |        |  \Regina (__)
  |  |  |  |     /Georgii Rademacher
  |  |  |  |     |  |  /Henri Kofliski
  |  |  |  |     |  \Hedwig Kofliska
  |  |  |  |     |     \Elisabetha (__)
  |  |  |  |  /Joannes Anton Rademacher
  |  |  |  |  |  |        /Balthasar Heintze
  |  |  |  |  |  |     /Adam Heintze
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Christophori Heintze
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Martin Sabals
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  \Dorothea Sabals
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     \(__) (perhaps Eva?)
  |  |  |  |  |  \Maria Elisabeth Heintze
  |  |  |  |  |     |     /Peter Riedel
  |  |  |  |  |     |  /Christopher Ridel
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |     \Regina Riedel
  |  |  |  |  |        |  /Joannes Günter
  |  |  |  |  |        \Hedwig Günter
  |  |  |  |  |           \(__)
  |  |  |  \Anna Theresia Rademacher
  |  |  |     |     /Joannes Kofliski
  |  |  |     |  /Joannes Joseph Kofliski
  |  |  |     |  |  \Eleanora Rosa Krug
  |  |  |     \Dorothea Kofliska
  |  |  |        \Elisabeth Dünnebier
  |  \Mary Theresa Kuchman
  |     |  /Andreas/Andrew Ogor
  |     \Anna Ogor
  |        \Maria Anne Mogar
John Howard Camp
  |        /Michael Hefner
  |     /Frederick Hefner
  |     |  |  /Johann Petrus Marx
  |     |  \Catherine Marx
  |     |     \Barbara Altmeier (or Altmeiss)
  |  /Michael Howard Hefner
  |  |  |        /(possibly) Almon Hames
  |  |  |     /David Hames
  |  |  |     |  \(possibly) Abigail Bennett
  |  |  |  /Horace Moody Smith Hames
  |  |  |  |  |              /John Fransoy
  |  |  |  |  |           /Hendrick Francisco
  |  |  |  |  |           |  \Geeshee (__)
  |  |  |  |  |        /Johannis Francisco
  |  |  |  |  |        |  |     /Francois/Frans Henriks Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  /Michael Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  |  /Machiels (Jans?) de Vries
  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  \Leventje Machiels de Vries
  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |     \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |        |  \Leventje Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |  |        |     |  /Joost Fransen
  |  |  |  |  |        |     \Sara Joosten
  |  |  |  |  |        |        |     /Jan Goosens
  |  |  |  |  |        |        |  /Aucke Janszen Van Nuyse
  |  |  |  |  |        |        |  |  \Ebelken Hermans
  |  |  |  |  |        |        \Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse
  |  |  |  |  |        |           |     /Jan Gerritsz
  |  |  |  |  |        |           |  /Pieter Jansz
  |  |  |  |  |        |           |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |        |           \Magdalena Pieterse
  |  |  |  |  |        |              \Adriantgen Arentsdr
  |  |  |  |  |     /John Francisco
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |        /Hendrick d'Oremus
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |     /Cornelis Doremus
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  /Thomas Corneliszen Doremus
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |  /Joris Matthyssen
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  \Jannetje Joris Van Elslant
  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  |     \Hubrechtje Jans
  |  |  |  |  |     |  \Aeltje Doremus
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |           /Hendrick Ackerman
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |        /Laurens Hendrickszen Ackerman
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |        |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |     /David Ackerman
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |     |  \Janneke (__)
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  /Abraham Davidszen Ackerman
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  |  |  /Jean Belliers
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  |  \Elizabeth Belliers
  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  |     \Catherina Herque
  |  |  |  |  |     |     \Anneke Abramse Ackerman
  |  |  |  |  |     |        |     /Gerrit Stoffelszen Van Laer
  |  |  |  |  |     |        |  /Adrian Gerritszen Van Laer
  |  |  |  |  |     |        |  |  \Barbara Adriaens
  |  |  |  |  |     |        \Aeltje Van Laer
  |  |  |  |  |     |           |  /Abraham Isaacszen Verplanck
  |  |  |  |  |     |           \Abigail Verplanck
  |  |  |  |  |     |              |     /Jean Vigné
  |  |  |  |  |     |              |  /Ghislain Vigné
  |  |  |  |  |     |              |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |     |              \Maria Vigné
  |  |  |  |  |     |                 |  /Jean Cuvellier
  |  |  |  |  |     |                 \Adrienne Cuvellier
  |  |  |  |  |     |                    \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |  /Francis Francisco
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |                    /Johannes de Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |                 /Michael de Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |                 |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |              /Johannes Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |              |  |  /Aegidius Van der Rade
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |              |  \Maria Van der Rade
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |              |     \Sara (__)
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |           /Yellis Janszen Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |           |  \Trijntgen Wilms Van Harderwijk
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |        /Hendrick Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  \Elsje Hendricks
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     /Johannes Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  /Jan Harris
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  \Elisabeth Janse Harris
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  /Claes Janszen Stavast
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |     \Lysbeth Claese
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |        \Eva Gerrits
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Hendrick Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     /Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Hendrick Bruyn
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  /Hendrick Janszen Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  \Seytje Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     \Madgalena Jans Van Swol
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  \Elisabeth Bruyn
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  /Anthony LaCombe
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |     \Margarietje LaCombe
  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |        \Styntje Jans
  |  |  |  |  |  |  \Sarah Mandeville
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |        /Hendrick Janszen Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |     /Johannes Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |     |  \Madgalena Jans Van Swol
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  /Frans Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  /Frans Jacobsen
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  |  \Maritje Franse
  |  |  |  |  |  |     |  |     \Geertie Gerrits
  |  |  |  |  |  |     \Helena Spier
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |        /Cornelis Meertensz
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |     /Roelof Corneliszen Van Houten
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |     |  |  /Ros Jansz Van Bruechuysen
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |     |  \Adriana Van Broechuysen
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |     |     \Catharina Cornelis (Crijnendr)
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  /Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |     /Hendrick Gerritszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  /Cornelis Hendrickszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  |  \Gerritje (__)
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |  \Gerritie Cornelise Van Ness
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |     |     /Adriaen Hendriksz
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |     |  /Hendrick Adriaensz Van den Burghgraeff
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |     |  |  \Barbara Dircksdr
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |     \Mayke Hendricksdr van den Burgh Graeff
  |  |  |  |  |  |        |  |        \Anneke Jansdr
  |  |  |  |  |  |        \Dierckje Van Houten
  |  |  |  |  |  |           |  /Reynier Bastiaenszen Van Giesen
  |  |  |  |  |  |           \Magdalena Van Giesen
  |  |  |  |  |  |              \Dircke Cornelise Van Groenlinde
  |  |  |  |  \Margaret Francisco
  |  |  |  |     |                    /Hendrick Gerritszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |                 /Cornelis Hendrickszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |                 |  \Gerritje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |              /Jan Corneliszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |              |  |     /Adriaen Hendriksz
  |  |  |  |     |              |  |  /Hendrick Adriaensz Van den Burghgraeff
  |  |  |  |     |              |  |  |  \Barbara Dircksdr
  |  |  |  |     |              |  \Mayke Hendricksdr van den Burgh Graeff
  |  |  |  |     |              |     |  /Jan C. Dirckszen
  |  |  |  |     |              |     \Anneke Jansdr
  |  |  |  |     |              |        \Teuntje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |           /Cornelis Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |           |  \Alida (__)
  |  |  |  |     |        /Gerrit Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |        |  |        /Cornelis Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |        |  |     /Gysbert Corneliszen Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |        |  |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |        |  |  /Gerrit Gysbertszen van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |        |  |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |        |  \Maria Gerritse Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |        |     \Teuntje Gerrits
  |  |  |  |     |     /Cornelis Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |     |  |        /Cornelis Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |     |  |     /Claas Corneliszen Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |     |  |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |     |  |  /Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |     |  |  |  \(poss.) Ariaantje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |     |  \Sara Van den Bergh
  |  |  |  |     |     |     |  /Jan Ouderkerk
  |  |  |  |     |     |     \Susanna Ouderkerk
  |  |  |  |     |     |        \(poss.) Annatje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |  /John Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |           /Jacob (Van Schoenderwoert)
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |        /Teunis Jacobszen (Van Schoenderwoert)
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |        |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |     /Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |     |  \Sarah Denys
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  /Jacob Van Woert
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |     /Jan Loockermans
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |  /Pieter Janszen Loockermans
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |  |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |  \Anna Loockermans
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |     /John Duncanson
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  /James Duncanson
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |  \Janet Watson
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |     \Maria Duncanson
  |  |  |  |     |  |  |  |        \Helen Livingston
  |  |  |  |     |  |  \Alida Van Woert
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |        /Jan Oothout
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |     /Jan Janszen Oothout
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  /Jan Janszen Oothout
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |  |     /Hendrick Gerritszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |  |  /Cornelis Hendirckszen Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |  |  |  \Gerritje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |  \Hendrickje Cornelise Van Ness
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |     |     /Adriaen Hendriksz
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |     |  /Hendrick Adriaensz Van den Burghgraeff
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |     |  |  \Barbara Dircksdr
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |     \Mayke Hendricksdr van den Burgh Graeff
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |        |  /Jan C. Dirckszen
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |        \Anneke Jansdr
  |  |  |  |     |  |     |  |           \Teuntje (__)
  |  |  |  |     |  |     \Hendrickje Oothout
  |  |  |  |     |  |        |  /Dirck Evertszen
  |  |  |  |     |  |        \Aeltie Evertse
  |  |  |  |     |  |           \Fytie Reyerts
  |  |  |  |     \Leventie Van Ness
  |  |  |  |        |        /John Fransoy
  |  |  |  |        |     /Hendrick Francisco
  |  |  |  |        |     |  \Geeshee (__)
  |  |  |  |        |  /Johannis Francisco
  |  |  |  |        |  |  |     /Francois Hendricks Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  /Michael Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  |  |  /Machiels (Jans?) de Vries
  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  |  \Leventje Machiels de Vries
  |  |  |  |        |  |  |  |     \(__)
  |  |  |  |        |  |  \Leventje Van der Koeck
  |  |  |  |        |  |     |  /Joost Fransen
  |  |  |  |        |  |     \Sara Joosten
  |  |  |  |        |  |        |     /Jan Goosens
  |  |  |  |        |  |        |  /Aucke Janszen Van Nuyse
  |  |  |  |        |  |        |  |  \Ebelken Hermans
  |  |  |  |        |  |        \Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse
  |  |  |  |        |  |           |     /Jan Gerritsz
  |  |  |  |        |  |           |  /Pieter Jansz
  |  |  |  |        |  |           |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |        |  |           \Magdalena Pieterse
  |  |  |  |        |  |              \Adriantgen Arentsdr
  |  |  |  |        \Alida Francisco
  |  |  |  |           |        /Hendrick d'Oremus
  |  |  |  |           |     /Cornelis Doremus
  |  |  |  |           |     |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |           |  /Thomas Corneliszen Doremus
  |  |  |  |           |  |  |  /Joris Matthyssen
  |  |  |  |           |  |  \Jannetje Joris Van Elslant
  |  |  |  |           |  |     \Hubrechtje Jans
  |  |  |  |           \Aeltje Doremus
  |  |  |  |              |           /Hendrick Ackerman
  |  |  |  |              |        /Laurens Hendrickszen Ackerman
  |  |  |  |              |        |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |              |     /David Ackerman
  |  |  |  |              |     |  \Janneke (Jurckse?)
  |  |  |  |              |  /Abraham Davidszen Ackerman
  |  |  |  |              |  |  |  /Jean Belliers
  |  |  |  |              |  |  \Elizabeth Belliers
  |  |  |  |              |  |     \Catherina Herque
  |  |  |  |              \Anneke Abramse Ackerman
  |  |  |  |                 |     /Gerrit Stoffelszen Van Laer
  |  |  |  |                 |  /Adrian Gerritszen Van Laer
  |  |  |  |                 |  |  \Baijken Aerjans
  |  |  |  |                 \Aeltje Van Laer
  |  |  |  |                    |  /Abraham Isaacszen Verplanck
  |  |  |  |                    \Abigail Verplanck
  |  |  |  |                       |     /Jean Vigné
  |  |  |  |                       |  /Ghislain Vigné
  |  |  |  |                       |  |  \(__)
  |  |  |  |                       \Maria Vigné
  |  |  |  |                          |  /Jean Cuvellier
  |  |  |  |                          \Adrienne Cuvellier
  |  |  |  |                             \(__)
  |  |  \Cornelia Hames
  |  |     |                  /Jesayes Drake
  |  |     |               /Cornelis Drake
  |  |     |               |  |  /Adam Brouwer
  |  |     |               |  \Aeltje Brouwer
  |  |     |               |     |     /Jean Verdon
  |  |     |               |     |  /Jacob Verdon
  |  |     |               |     |  |  \(__)
  |  |     |               |     \Magdalena Jacons Verdon
  |  |     |               |        |  /Thomas Badie
  |  |     |               |        \Maria Thomasdr Badie
  |  |     |               |           \Aeltje Braconie
  |  |     |            /Jacob Drake
  |  |     |            |  |     /Arent Laurenszen Toers
  |  |     |            |  |  /Laurens Arentszen Toers
  |  |     |            |  |  |  \Anna Claes
  |  |     |            |  \Mareytje Laurens Toers
  |  |     |            |     |     /Frederick Thomasz
  |  |     |            |     |  /Thomas Frederickszen
  |  |     |            |     |  |  |  /Cornelis (__)
  |  |     |            |     |  |  \Fransje Cornelis
  |  |     |            |     |  |     \Celitje Willems
  |  |     |            |     \Francyntie Thomase
  |  |     |            |        |  /Adriaen Adriaensz
  |  |     |            |        \Maritje Adriaens
  |  |     |            |           \Tryntje Stevens
  |  |     |         /Cornelius Drake
  |  |     |         |  \Helen (__)
  |  |     |     /William Drake
  |  |     |     |  |           /Jean Genung
  |  |     |     |  |        /Jeremiah Genung
  |  |     |     |  |        |  |     /John Snoyden
  |  |     |     |  |        |  |  /Jan Snedan
  |  |     |     |  |        |  |  |  \(__)
  |  |     |     |  |        |  \Grietie Snedan
  |  |     |     |  |        |     \Grietie Jans
  |  |     |     |  |     /Jeremiah Genung
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |     /John Denman
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  /John Denman
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |                 /Thomas Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |              /Henry Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |              |  \Christian (__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |           /Thomas Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |           |  \Johane (__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |        /Edward Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |        |  \Margaret (__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     /Francis Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |     /John Exherst
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |  /Richard Exherst
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     |  |  |  \(possibly Alice Sepham)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     |  \Mary Exhirst
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |     |     \Alice (possibly Notebeme)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |  /Thomas Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  |  |  \Agnes (__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |  \Judith Stoughton
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  |     \Katherine (__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  |  \(__)
  |  |     |     |  |     |  \Martha Denman
  |  |     |     |  |  /John Genung
  |  |     |     |  |  |  \Deziah (__)
  |  |     |     |  \Nansey Genung
  |  |     |     |     \Sarah Clark
  |  |     |  /John Hinchman Drake
  |  |     |  |  \Charlotte Van Zile
  |  |     \Lauretha Drake
  |  |        |                 /Adam Brouwer
  |  |        |              /Pieter Brouwer
  |  |        |              |  |     /Jean Verdon
  |  |        |              |  |  /Jacob Verdon
  |  |        |              |  |  |  \(__)
  |  |        |              |  \Magdalena Jacobs Verdon
  |  |        |              |     |  /Thomas Badie
  |  |        |              |     \Maria Thomasdr Badie
  |  |        |              |        \Aeltje Braconie
  |  |        |           /Abraham Brouwer
  |  |        |           |  |  /Uldrick Kleyn
  |  |        |           |  \Petronella Uldricks Kleyn
  |  |        |           |     \Baefje Pieters
  |  |        |        /David Brouwer
  |  |        |        |  |        /Jean de Marest                                   ==>
  |  |        |        |  |     /David Demarest
  |  |        |        |  |     |  \Marguerite de Herville
  |  |        |        |  |  /Jean Demarest
  |  |        |        |  |  |  |     /Pasquier Sohier
  |  |        |        |  |  |  |  /François Sohier
  |  |        |        |  |  |  |  |  \(__)
  |  |        |        |  |  |  \Marie Sohier
  |  |        |        |  |  |     |  /Jacques Ernoult
  |  |        |        |  |  |     \Maria Ernoult
  |  |        |        |  |  |        \(__)
  |  |        |        |  \Lea Demarest
  |  |        |        |     |  /Simon Deruine
  |  |        |        |     \Jacomina Deruine
  |  |        |        |        \(__)
  |  |        |     /Peter Brewer
  |  |        |     |  |     /Hans Jacobszen Harty
  |  |        |     |  |  /Jacob Hanse (Hartje)
  |  |        |     |  |  |  |     /Hubert Lambertsz Mol
  |  |        |     |  |  |  |  /Lambert Huybertszen Mol
  |  |        |     |  |  |  |  |  \Geertgen Cornelisdochter
  |  |        |     |  |  |  \Grietje Lambertse Mol
  |  |        |     |  |  |     \Tryn Pieters
  |  |        |     |  \Jannetje Hartje
  |  |        |     |     |     /Dirck Stratemaker
  |  |        |     |     |  /Jan Dirkszen Stratemaker
  |  |        |     |     |  |  \(__)
  |  |        |     |     \Tryntje Stratemaker
  |  |        |     |        |  /Gerrit Janszen Van Steenwyck
  |  |        |     |        \Geesje Gerrits van Steenwyck
  |  |        |     |           \(__) (possibly Catryna)
  |  |        |  /Samuel Brewer
  |  |        |  |  |           /Johann Härter
  |  |        |  |  |        /Johannes Peter Härter
  |  |        |  |  |        |  \Catharine Peters
  |  |        |  |  |     /Johannes Michael Härter
  |  |        |  |  |     |  |  /Michel Schipp
  |  |        |  |  |     |  \Anna Catharina Schipp
  |  |        |  |  |     |     \(__)
  |  |        |  |  |  /Michael Herder
  |  |        |  |  |  |  \Maria Cecilia (__)
  |  |        |  |  \Maritje Herder
  |  |        |  |     |        /Andries Rees Van Lipstadt
  |  |        |  |     |     /Wilhelm Rees
  |  |        |  |     |     |  \Ciletje Jans
  |  |        |  |     |  /Benjamin Rees
  |  |        |  |     |  |  \Catryn Janse
  |  |        |  |     \Maria Rees
  |  |        |  |        |     /Jan Thomaszen Witbeck
  |  |        |  |        |  /Hendrick Janszen Witbeck
  |  |        |  |        |  |  |  /Andries Luykaszen
  |  |        |  |        |  |  \Geertruy Andriesdr
  |  |        |  |        |  |     \Jannetje Sebyns
  |  |        |  |        \Geertruy Witbeck
  |  |        |  |           |     /Franciscus Winne
  |  |        |  |           |  /Pieter Winne
  |  |        |  |           |  |  \Anna (__)
  |  |        |  |           \Lyntje Winne
  |  |        |  |              \Tannetje Adams
  |  |        \Cornelia Brewer
  |  |           |        /Jeremias Hess
  |  |           |     /Johannes Hess
  |  |           |     |  \(__)
  |  |           |  /Michael Hess
  |  |           |  |  |         /Otto Scherp
  |  |           |  |  |      /Peter Scherp
  |  |           |  |  |      |  \(__)
  |  |           |  |  |  /Philip Scherp
  |  |           |  |  |  |  |   /Thielman Menck
  |  |           |  |  |  |  \Margaretha Menck
  |  |           |  |  |  |     \Appolonia (__)
  |  |           |  |  \Anna Margaretha Scherp
  |  |           |  |     \Anna Margaretha Barbara Matheß
  |  |           \Elizabeth Hess
  |  |              |        /Michael Schauer
  |  |              |     /Johan Adam Schauer
  |  |              |     |  \Anna Magdalena (__)
  |  |              |  /Wilhelm Schauer
  |  |              |  |  |  /Jurg Wilhelm Fritz
  |  |              |  |  \Maria Elisabeth Fritz
  |  |              |  |     |   /Johann Kauffmann
  |  |              |  |     \Maria Elisabetha Kauffmann
  |  |              |  |         \(__)
  |  |              \Margaret Schauer
  |  |                 |            /Leonard Kreußler
  |  |                 |         /Johannes Kreußler
  |  |                 |         |  \(__)
  |  |                 |     /Johann Philipp Kreußler
  |  |                 |     |  |   /Conrad Sylwy
  |  |                 |     |  \Anna Maria Sylwy
  |  |                 |     |      \(__)
  |  |                 |  /Johannes Kreisseler
  |  |                 |  |  |   /Benedict Braun
  |  |                 |  |  \Anna Catharina Braun
  |  |                 |  |      \(__)
  |  |                 \Margaretha Kreisseler
  |  |                    |  /Jacob Manck
  |  |                    \Anna Eva Catherina Manck
  |  |                       \Anna Margaretha (__)
  \Margaret Cornelia Hefner
     |  /(__)
     \Adelaide Affleck
	|        /William Affleck
	|     /Robordson Affleck
	|     |  \Margaret Chisholm
	|  /William Affleck
	|  |  |  /James Mckay
	|  |  \Janet Mckay
	|  |     \Janet McKinnon(?)
	\Elizabeth Affleck
	   |  /John Follett
	   \Anne Follett
	      \(__)


GENERATION 1
1
John Howard Camp [parents]
GENERATION 2
2
Robert William Camp, was born on 6 December 1925 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, baptised there on 20 December 1925 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (Godparents: Frank Kuchman and Ann Kuchman), died on 1 July 1994 in Rochester, and was buried on 6 July 1994 in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married on 30 August 1947 at St. John the Evangelist's Church in Rochester. [parents]
3
Margaret Cornelia Hefner [parents]
 
Children of Robert William Camp and Margaret Cornelia Hefner
1. John Howard Camp.

 
GENERATION 3
4
Alfonse (Albert) Camp, was born on 1 November 1884 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died on 18 April 1940 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. He married as his first wife Mary (__), who was born in 1891, died in 1910, and was buried in the Newark Main Street Cemetery, Arcadia, Wayne County, New York. He married as his second wife Mary Theresa Kuchman. [parents]
 
Children of Alfonse (Albert) Camp and Mary (__)
1. Cecilia M. Camp, was born on 24 May 1910, and died on 21 February 1983 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. She married William Potter.

 
5
Mary Theresa Kuchman, was born on 17 July 1885 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, baptised there on 28 July 1885 in Holy Redeemer Church (Godparents: Alfred Streb and Josephine Fink), died on 23 September 1947 in Rochester, and was buried there in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of Alfonse (Albert) Camp and Mary Theresa Kuchman
1. Winifred A. Camp, was born on 29 October 1914 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died on 18 December 1990 in Rochester, and was buried there on 20 December 1990 in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. She married Clarence Weidman, a son of Milton Weidman and Christina (__), who was born on 25 December 1911 (living in Irondequoit, Monroe County, New York, 1920 census), and died in November 1958.
2. Arthur Valentine Camp, was born on 12 January 1916 in Rochester New York, and died in Florida in January 1977. He married Alice Colby, a daughter of Robert E. Colby and Beatrice Ryan, who was born on 27 October 1921, and died on 18 February 1987 in Florida.

World War II Army enlistment records show that Arthur enlisted on 14 December 1942 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York as a Private. He was listed as having had 2 years of high school education, employed at Gager, Petroelum Products, married, height 70 inches, weight 149 lbs.

3. Sylvia C. Camp, was born on 27 February 1918 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died on 18 June 1957 in Rochester. She married as his first wife Edward Zeitvogel, a son of Herman Zeitvogel and Effie Holgate, who was born in 1916.

World War II Army enlistment records show that he enlisted on 17 February 1943 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. He was listed as having completed 3 years of high school employed as a Meteorologist or Dispatch Clerk (Crew) (Crew dispatcher, railway), married, height 71 inches, weight 149 lbs. He would go in after a battle was over with to set up operations there. After the death of his first wife, Edward married as his second wife Muriel (__), which ended in divorce.

4. Edward Norbert Camp, was born on 8 May 1923 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died on 21 April 1995 in Rochester, and was buried there on 26 April 1995 in Irondequoit Cemetery. On 10 May 1947 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Rochester he married Doris May Colby, a daughter of Robert E. Colby and Beatrice Ryan, who was born on 30 June 1917.

Edward grew up on 58 Weaver Street in Rochester, graduated from Edison Technical High School and studied drafting at Rochester Institute of Technology. World War II Army enlistment records show that he enlisted on 3 April 1943 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, as a Private. He was listed as having 4 years of high school, single, with dependents, height 43 inches [sic], weight 118 lbs. He was a mechanic in the Air Force stationed in Arizona and on 28 April 1944 in the 461st A.A.F. Base Unit, Squadron F-41, Hammer Field, Fresno, CA. He was employed as a master model maker at Bausch & Lomb, and retired after 47 years. He was a member of the St. Cecelia's Men's Club and the Bausch & Lomb Early Settlers Club. He liked to garden and enjoyed spending his summers with his family at their cottage on Conesus Lake. He enjoyed sports and often attended Rochester Red Wings baseball and Rochester Amerks hockey games.

5. Robert William Camp, married Margaret Cornelia Hefner.

 
6
Michael Howard Hefner, was born on 17 June 1893 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and baptised on 6 December 1908 in Holy Trinity Church, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He died on 27 November 1968 at the Veterans Hospital, Batavia New York, and was buried on 30 November 1968 in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married on 25 June 1924 in Corpus Christi Church, Rochester, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
7
Adelaide Affleck, was born on 12 October 1897 at the at Camberwell Workhouse in Camberwell District, London, England, baptised on 8 March 1898 in the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, Friary Road, Peckham, London, England (godmother: Jessie Affleck), died on 23 January 1987 at 40 Presque Street, Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and was buried in April 1987 in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Michael Howard Hefner and Adelaide Affleck
1. Margaret Cornelia Hefner, married Robert William Camp.
2. Mary Virginia Hefner, was born on 22 January 1927 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, baptised (date and place unknown) (wit.: Fred Hefner and (__)), died unmarried on 6 January 1997 in Rochester General Hospital in Rochester, and was buried in May 1997 at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York.
3. John Howard Hefner, was born in 1929 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there in 1930, aged about 18 months.
4. Rita Anne Hefner, was born on 19 May 1932 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, baptised (date unknown) probably at St. John the Evangelist Church in Rochester (wit.: unknown), and died on 4 January 1987 in Rochester. On 28 February 1953 she married Floyd Shares.
5. Elizabeth Murial Hefner, was born on 27 February 1935 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 24 March 1935 at St. John the Evangelist Church, Rochester (wit.: Richard L. Weider and Arlene Smith Weider), and died on 6 June 2003 in Watertown, Jefferson County, New York. On 9 May 1959 at St. James Church in Rochester she married Thomas Crowley, who was born on 28 February 1931 in Rochester, baptised on 15 March 1931 at St. Augustines Church in Rochester (wit.: Vincent J. Crowley and Corrine L. Kavanaugh), and was a son of Dennis Leo Crowley and Mary Estelle Kavanaugh.

 
GENERATION 4
8
Karel (Charles) Francies Campe, was born on 20 March 1831 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium, died on 24 August 1897 in Newark, Wayne County, New York, and was buried on 26 August 1897 in the Newark Main Street Cemetery, Arcadia, Wayne County, New York. He married on 25 April 1861 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. Charles, his wife, and 6 children, emigrated to the United States on Thursday, 5 May 1887. he was naturalized on 19 March 1894. [parents]
9
Maria Thereas Nieskens, was born on 25 November 1841 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died on 5 January 1921 in Lyons, Wayne County, New York, and was buried in the Newark Main Street Cemetery, Arcadia, Wayne County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Karel (Charles) Francies Campe and Maria Thereas Nieskens
1. Petrus Bernardus Campe, was born on 17 July 1861 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died 4 August 1933, and was buried in Newark Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York. About 1889 he married Louise (Hochmeyer?), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1861. She may be the Lousie Campe who died 18 March 1910, and was buried in Newark Cemetery.
2. Eduardus/Edward Franciscus Campe, was born on 5 September 1863 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, probably died in 1942, and was buried in Newark Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York. On Thursday, 5 May 1887 in IJzendijke he married Em(m)a den Bleecker, a daughter of Petrus den Bleecker and Bernardina Wille, who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1865 in IJzendijke, and possibly died in 1913. Edward and Emma emigrated in 1887.
3. Bernardus Franciscus Campe, was born on 18 January 1866 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on 25 July 1880.
4. Ferdinandy Franciscus Campe, was presumably born on 18 January 1866 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on Sunday, 26 November 1871.
5. Sidonie Marie Campe, was born on 25 March 1868 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on Monday 28 September 1868.
6. Emelia Sophia Campe, was born on 13 January 1870 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died unmarried on 3 May 1928 in Clifton Springs Sanitarium, Clifton Springs, Ontario County, New York, and was buried in Newark Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York.
7. Theophile Henricus Campe, was born on 14 April 1874 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on 2 July 1951. On 12 July 1909 he married Margaret Whelan, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1875. She may be the Maggie Whalen who appeared in the 1880 Federal Census for Galen, Wayne County, New York, and if so was a daughter of Thomas Whalen and Mary (__).
8. Polidor Campe, was born on 23 September 1875 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died on 7 September 1941 and was buried in Newark Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York. On 8 June 1904 at St. John's Church, Clyde, Wayne County, New York, he married Catherine Frances Mack, who was born on 31 August 1880, died 12 September 1965 and was buried in Newark Cemetery.
9. Ferdinand Campe, was born on 31 January 1878 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died on 28 December 1936 in Lyons, Wayne County, New York, and was buried in Newark Cemetery, Newark, Wayne County, New York. On 22 January 1902 at St. Michael's Church, Newark, Wayne County, New York, he married Anna Maria Burkhardt, who had no birth or baptismal record, died in 1958, and was buried in Newark Cemetery.
10. Franciscus Bernardus Campe, was born on 6 April 1880 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on Wdnesday, 10 February 1886.
11. Cyrille Benedictus Campe, was born on 25 March 1882 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on 19 July 1951 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. About 1910 he married Catherine Mary Enser, a daughter of John G. Enser and Philippine Reaper, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1885, and died in 1942.
12. Alfonse (Albert) Campe, married as his first wife Mary (__), and as his second wife Mary Kuchman.

 
10
Valentine Kuchman, was born on 22 November 1859 in Lgin, Prussia, baptised there at the Catholic Church on 23 November 1859 (Godparents: Josef Gabriel and Anna Rosina Rademacher), and died on 5 November 1912, presumably in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. He married on 6 November 1881 at Holy Redeemer Church in Rochester.

Valentine arrived in America in 1881. [parents]

11
Anna Ogor, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1859 in Berlin, Germany, and died in August 1926 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Valentine Kuchman and Anna Ogor
1. Joseph Kuchman, was born on 7 March 1881 in Germany, and died on 14 November 1951 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York. On 26 June 1906 in Rochester he married Elizabeth Wahl, a daughter of Frank Wahl and Louisa Fischer, who was born in March 1882 in Rochester, died on 20 April 1961 in Falls Church, Virginia, and was buried in Holy Sepulchure Cemetery in Rochester, New York.
2. Frank Kuchman, was born on 6 July 1882 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died there on 26 January 1948, and was buried there in Holy Sepulchure Cemetery. On 21 June 1905 in Rochester he married Josephine Haefele, a daughter of Raphael Kaspar Haefele and Anna Margaretha Amann, who was born on 31 May 1884, and died on 16 April 1934. On his World War I Draft Registration, Frank reported that he had lost three fingers from his right hand.
3. Stephen Valentine Kuchman, was born at 3:00 A.M. on 5 November 1883 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died on 30 October 1959 in Rochester, and was buried there in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. On 19 October 1910 at St. Francis Zavier Church in Rochester he married Mary Julia Kuhn, who was born on 5 September 1888, died on 8 February 1958 in Rochester, was buried there in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, and was a daughter of Peter Joseph Kuhn and Mary Agatha Bogner.
4. Mary Theresa Kuchman, married as his second wife Alfonse (Albert) Campe.
5. John Lawrence Kuchman, was born on 8 August 1895 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died there on 20 January 1936, and was buried there on 24 January 1936 in Holy Sepulchure Cemetery. On 21 May 1918 he married Ada Viola Pink, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 5 November 1941 in Rochester.
6. Rose Kuchman, was born on 16 December 1886 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 30 January 1955. On 29 September 1909 at Holy Redeemer Church in Rochester she married Anton Joseph Amann, a son of Franz Josef Amann and Kreszenz Vogel, who was born on 8 November 1885 in Austria, and died in 1948 in Rochester.
7. Martha Kuchman, was born on 28 June 1888 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, died there on 12 December 1896, and was buried there on 20 December 1896 in Holy Sepulchure Cemetery.
8. Magdalena Clara Kuchman, was born on 23 January 1890 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 17 February 1965. On 21 May 1921 in Rochester she married Edward Drasch, a son of (__) Drasch and Mary (__), who was born on 23 September 1891, and died in February 1969.
9. Sophie Catharine Kuchman, was born on 10 March 1892 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 22 January 1959. She joined the order of the Sisters of St. Joseph and took the name Sister Norbertine.
10. Anna Barbara Kuchman, was born on 9 December 1893 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died on 11 August 1926. On 30 November 1916 at Holy Redeemer Church in Rochester she married Henry Edward Rappleyea, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1896 in New York.
11. Amelia Rosalia Kuchman, known as Mollie, was born on 5 May 1897 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 18 July 1956. On 8 September 1926 at Holy Redeemer Church in Rochester she married Howard Marlow.
12. Josephine Agnes Kuchman, was born on 17 January 1899 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 3 July 1965. She married Howard Fleming, who was born on 30 July 1891 in Lincoln, New York, and died on 4 August 1966. In his World War I Draft Registration Card he listed his birth year as 1893, stated that he was working as a chauffeur for the Despatch Construction Company in East Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and that he had a floating kidney.
13. George Kuchman, was born on 19 November 1900 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York, and died there on 15 March 1902, aged 1frac12; years.

 
12
Frederick Hefner, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1865 probably in New York. He died on 1951 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in Holy Trinity Cemetery. He married on Wednesday, 16 April 1890, at 8:00 P.M. at the residence of Horace Hames in Webster, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
13
Cornelia Hames, was born in July 1871 in Webster, Monroe County, New York. She died in 1907, probably in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of Frederick Hefner and Cornelia Hames
1. Michael Howard Hefner, married Adelaide Affleck.
2. Joseph Floyd Hefner, was born on 4 July 1898 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 2 November 1908 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Henry Martin and Elizabeth Miller), died on 5 May 1969, and was buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery. He married Eva Cecilia Spall, a daughter of Philip Spall and Thereas Heimes, who was born on 17 September 1899 (probably in Webster), baptised on 23 September 1899 at Holy Trinity Church (wit.: Anthony Heimes and Mary Schmitt), died on 10 December 1966, buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
3. Frederick Hefner, was born on 19 July 1901 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 2 November 1908 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Henry Martin and Elizabeth Miller), died on 6 January 1963, and was buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster. He married Alma Louise Klem, perhaps a daughter of Bernard A. Klem and Lucy M. (__), who was born in 1908, died (date unknown), was buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster.

 
14
Unknown
15
Elizabeth Affleck, was born on 3 October 1878 in Richmond Barracks, Palmerston, South Dublin, Ireland, and died on 27 April 1920 at 72a East Dulwich Grove, Camberwell England. She had one child by an unknown liaison. On 15 June 1899 as recorded at the Register Office, Westminster, England, she married Walter Lawrence Loomes, who had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 8 December 1943 at his home at 56 Elliots Row, Southwark, London, England. [parents]
 
Children of unknown and Elizabeth Affleck
1. Adelaide Affleck, married Michael Howard Hefner.

 
 
Children of Walter Lawrence Loomes and Elizabeth Affleck
1. George Walter Loomes, was born on 24 October 1898 in North Kilworth, Leicestershire, England. He married as his first wife Florence May Courteney. He married as his second wife Ivy Rephra Wilkes.
2. (__) Loomes, was born on 25 February 1901 at 24 St. Georges Buildings, Southwark, London, England, and died the same day.
3. Charles Lawrence Loomes, was born on 25 February 1901 at 24 St. Georges Buildings, Southwark, London, England. He married Josephine Winifred Johnstone.
4. Frances Gertrude Loomes, was born on 1 June 1902 at 26 Temple Street, Southwark, London, England. She married William Charles Nunn.
5. Edith Anne Loomes, was born on 3 April 1904 at 11 Paragon Row, Newington, London, England. She married Jack Albert Boyles, who died on 15 August (__).
6. Phyllis Anne Loomes, was born on 9 February 1906 at 51 Hayles Buildings, Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England. She married William Charles Nunn.
7. Kathleen Lilian Loomes, was born on 6 May 1907 at 51 Hayles Buildings, Elliots Row, Southwark, London, England. She married Giordano Bruno Bozzoni.
8. Ivy Elizabeth Loomes, was was born on 12 April 1909 at 51 Hayles Buildings, Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England. She died of Scarlett Fever and toxemia on 5 June 1914 at Joyce Green Hospital, Dartford, Kent, England.
9. William Loomes, was born on 11 July 1910 at 51 Hayles Buildings, Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England. He married Elsie May Edwards.
10. Jessie Agnes Josephine Mary Loomes, was born on 14 December 1911 in Southwark, London, England, She married Henry Jeffrey.
11. Robert Henry Loomes, was born on 5 March 1914 at 56 Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England. He died of infective enteritis on 23 September 1914 at 56 Elliotts Row.
12. Reginald Joseph Loomes, was born on 5 March 1914 at 56 Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England. He died of infective enteritis on 21 September 1914 at 56 Elliotts Row.
13. Irene Florance Loomes, was born on 17 July 1915 at 56 Elliotts Row, Southwark, London, England.
14. Magdaleen Ruby Loomes, was born on 7 December 1917 at 56 Elliotts Row, Southwark, London. She married John Robert Philo.

 
GENERATION 5
16
Ferdinandus/Ferdinand Campe, was born on 18 October 1795 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 19 October 1795 (Godparents: Gerard Janssens and Veronica Steijaert). [parents]
17
Catharina Antonia Landuijt, was born on 8 September 1800 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Ferdinand Campe and Catherine Landuijk
1. Wilhelmus Fredeicus/Willem Frederic Campe, was born on 16 March 1828 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. Carolus Franciscus/Karel Francies Campe, married Maria Thereas Nieskens.
3. Leopoldus/Leopold Campe, was born on 8 January 1834 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
18
Johannes Pieter Nieskens, was born on 16 March 1807 Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised (no date) probably in Eede (Godparents: Francois van Achter and Jean van den Eeckhout), and died on Saturday, 13 January 1894 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married on Wednesday, 7 November 1838 in Oostburg. [parents]
19
Carolina Dorothea Boerendonk, was born on 9 November 1803 in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Monday, 22 December 1873 in IJzendijk, Zeeland, The Netherlands. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Pieter Nieskens and Carolina Dorothea Boerendonk
1. Maria Theresia Nieskens, was born about 1839 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on 4 June 1840.
2. Maria Thereas Nieskens, married Karel Francies Campe.
3. Pieter Johannes Nieskens, was born on 12 October 1843 in IJzendijk, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Wednesday, 19 June 1872 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Maria Louisa van Hooft, a daughter of Dingeman van Hooft and Sara de Man, who was born on 12 March 1849 in Sint-Kruis, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He emigrated on the United States on Wednesday, 20 August 1879.

 
20
Joseph Kuchman, had no birth or baptismal record and was born probably in Germany. [parents]
21
Anna Theresia Radmeyer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born probably in Germany. [parents]
 
Children of Joseph Kuchman and Anna Theresa Radmeyer
1. Valentine Kuchman, married Anna Ogor.
2. Joseph Kuchman, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 8 January 1882 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.

 
22
Andreas/Andrew Ogor, had no birth or baptismal record.
23
Maria Anna Mogar, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Andreas/Andrew Ogor and Maria Anna Mogar
1. Anna Ogor, married Valentine Kuchman.

 
24
Michael Hefner, was born on 19 May 1837 in Baden, Germany. He died on 21 September 1899 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there on 24 September 1899 in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
25
Catherine Marx, was born on 19 December 1838 in Bavaria, Germany. She died on 6 June 1910 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in Holy Trinity Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of Michael Hefner and Catherine Marx
1. Catherine Hefner, was born on 2 October 1860, possibly in Henrietta, Monroe County, New York, confirmed in 1874 at Holy Trinity Church, Webster, Monroe County, New York (no confirmation name or sponsor listed), died on 10 March 1886, and was buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Webster. She married as his first wife Michael Marchner, who was born in 1855, died in 1943, was buried in West Webst Cemetery, and may be the son of Wolfgang Marchner and Catherine (__).
2. Nicholas Hefner, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1862, possibly in Henrietta, Monroe County, New York, and died unmarried (date unknown).
3. Frederick Hefner, married Cornelia Hames.
4. Anthony Hefner, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1865, possibly in Henrietta, Monroe County, New York, was confirmed on 21 November 1881 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster, Monroe County, New York (no confirmation name or sponsor listed), and died unmarried (date unknown).
5. Heinrich Hefner, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1868, possibly in Henrietta, Monroe County, New York, confirmed on 12 October 1885 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster, Monroe County, New York (confirmation name unknown, sponsor was Franciscus Lieberman) and died unmarried after 1925.
6. Jacob Hefner, was born on 26 October 1871 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 18 November 1871 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Jacobus Kunz and Catharina Marz), died on 17 January 1958 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan, and was buried there in Woodlawn Cemetery. on 11 September 1894 in Grand Rapids he married Mary Troy, a daughter of James M. Troy and Margaret Kilmartin, who was born in February 1868 in Caledonia, Kent County, Michigan, died on 12 December 1945 in Grand Rapids, and was buried on 14 December 1945 in Woodlawn Cemetery.
7. Michael Hefner, Jr., was born on 7 December 1873 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and baptised on 17 December 1873 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Mathias (illeg.) and Barbar (illeg.)). He died young.
8. Maria B. Hefner, was born on 10 July 1876 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 16 July 1876 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Michael Michels and Maria Chomee(?)), confirmed on 19 June 1892 at Holy Trinity Church (confirmation name was Barbara, sponsor was Barbara Marx), and died in 1939. In 1898 in Webster she married Fred Anton Heimes, a son of Anton A. Heime and Elizabeth Awlsuth, swho was born in 1871 in Schmallenberg, Germany, died in 1953, and was buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
9. Franciscus Hefner, was born on 6 April 1879 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 13 July 1879 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Jacob Wander and Monica Kuntz), died on 22 February 1882 in Webster, and was buried there in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
10. Agnes Hefner, was born on 24 July 1881 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, baptised on 31 July 1881 at Holy Trinity Church in Webster (wit.: Michael Marchner and Agnes Hefner), confirmed at Holy Trinity Church on 11 August 1895 (confirmation names was Cristina, no sponsor recorded), and died unmarried on 15 August 1907 while being confined to a sanatarium for tuberculosis.

 
26
Horace Moody Smith Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1848 in Webster, Monroe County, New York. He died in 1932 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married about 1870 probably in Webster, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
27
Lauretha Drake, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1853 probably in Webster, Monroe County, New York. She died in 1928 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of Horace Moody Smith Hames and Lauretha Drake
1. Cornelia Hames, married Frederick Hefner.
2. Ella May Hames, was born in December 1874 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, died there in 1932, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. About 1893 probably in Webster she married Ruben S. Volk, who was born about 1874 in Webster, died in 1912, was buried in West Webster Cemetery, and was the son of Jacob Volk. Ella's tombstone reads "Ella May Volk Kelly" indicating a possible second marriage.

 
30
William Affleck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in the early part of 1854 in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. He died on 26 December 1921 at 11 Pernells Place, Camberwell, England. He married on 1 June 1876 at the Parish Church, Wollwich, England. [parents]
31
Anne Follett, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1855. She died prior to 1880. [parents]
 
Children of William Affleck and Anne Follett
1. Susan Jessie Affleck, was born on 16 February 1877 in Cork, Ireland, and died on 7 February 1948 at 75 Becket House, Tabard Street, Southwark, England. At the Church of Our Lady of Seven Dolours, Camberwell, England, she married Walter Edward Beagle, who died on 25 October 1956 at St. Giles Hospital, Camberwell, England.
2. Elizabeth Ellen Affleck, had a child-bearing liaison with (__), then married Walter Lawrence Loomes.

 
GENERATION 6
32
Judocus Franciscus/Josse Frans Campe, was born on 31 December 1759 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 5 March 1825 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 3 May 1785 in either Lembeke or Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
33
Isabella Theresia Lacaeyse, was born on 11 February 1764 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 4 September 1834 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus Franciscus Campe and Isabella Therese Lacaeyse
1. Petrus/Peter Campe, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1786 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 24 October 1789.
2. Jacobus Franciscus/Jacob Frans Campe, was born on 11 December 1787 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium and baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Jacob Kampe, lives in Eeklo, and Anna van Overvelt, lives in Kaprijke). He married as his first wife Johanna Catharina Blancke, who had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his second wife Nathalia Anna Haerens, who had no birth or baptismal record.
3. Joannes Baptiste/Jan Baptist Campe, born on 21 January 1789 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 22 January 1789 (Godparents: Jan Baptist Campe, lives in Lembeke and Catharina Lacassie, lives in Kaprijke), and died there on 29 March 1790.
4. Maria Jacoba Campe, born on 20 March 1790 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 20 March 1790 (Godparents: Ignaas Lacassie, living in Kaprijke, and Maria Jacoba Campe, lives in Lembeke).
5. Joannes Baptiste/Jan Baptist Campe, was born on 26 December 1791 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 27 December 1791 (Godparents: Jan Baptist Lacaeijse and Anna Maria Kampe).
6. Sophia Campe, was born on 24 August 1793 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 August 1793 (Godparents: Frans Lacaeijse and Carolina Cornelia Lievens), and died there on 1 November 1794.
7. Ferdinand Campe, married Catharina Antonia Landuijt.
8. Petrus/Pieter Campe, was born on 24 April 1801 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Paul Campe, farmer, 36 years and Lieven Dierkens, day labourer, 28 years; both living in St. Laureins), and died there on 5 October 1859. On 28 November 1821 in Sint-Laureins he married Joanna Cornelia van Hijfte, a daughter of Jan baptist van Hijfte and Charlotte Francisca Van de Plassche, who was born on 19 March 1800 in Sint-Laureins, and died there on 13 November 1874.

 
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Petrus Antonius Landuijt, was born on 28 July 1767 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 28 July 1767 (Godparents: Antoon Vergauwe en Anna Maria Landtuijt), and died on 21 March 1802 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 22 October 1799 in Waterland Oudeman. [parents]
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Maria Jacoba Lammens, had no birth or baptismal record. She married as her first husband and as his second wife David Wittesaele, the widower of Maria Barbara Nachtergael, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 13 June 1799 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium. She married as her second husband Petrus Antonius Landuijt. She married as her third husband Petrus Josephus Everdeij, a son of Henricus Josephus Everdeij and Joanna Maria Dhont, who was born on 12 March 1776 in Waterland Oudeman, and died there on 4 August 1804. On 18 June 1805 in Waterland Oudeman she married as her fourth husband Henricus Josephus Pollet.
 
Children of David Wittesaele and Maria Jacoba Lammens
1. Maria Cornelia Wittesaele, was born on 3 November 1789 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. Bernardina Philippina Wittesaele, was born on 20 August 1791 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Joanna Bernardina Wittesaele, was born on 18 August 1793 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 1 August 1795.
4. Joanna Francisca Wittesaele, was born on 3 February 1796 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium.
5. Petrus Joannes Wittesaele, was born on 22 March 1798 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
 
Children of Petrus Antonius Landuijt and Maria Jacoba Lammens
1. Catharina Antonia Landuijt, married Ferdinand Campe.

 
 
Children of Petrus Josephus Everdeij and Maria Jacoba Lammens
1. Joannes Josephus Everdeij, was born on 4 June 1803 in Waterland Oudeman, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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Henrij Nijskens, was born on 29 August 1770, baptised the same day on Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Mart Reijnders and Godefridus Breuckers), and died on 2 February 1819 (wit.: Abraham Jansen en Hendrik J. Vallays) in Sint-Kruis, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married on Friday, 6 January 1804 (Republic date 15 Nivose XII) in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands. Witnesses were Louis Verkade, Pierre Bankaert, Francois v/d Akker, and Francois Vercraeye. [parents]
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Catharina Seij, was born on 25 December 1778 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 December 1778 (Godparents: Jan de Schepper and Petronilla de Zutter), and died on 11 April 1829. [parents]
 
Children of Henrij Nijskens and Catharina Seij
1. Marie Therese Nijskens, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about March 1804 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on Sunday, 20 September 1807, aged 3 years and 6 months.
2. Seraphine Nijskens, was born on 5 June 1805 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised (date unknown but probably in Eede) (Godparents: Pierre Bankeart and Pierre van Vooren).
3. Johannes Pieter Nijskens, married Carolina Dorothea Boerendonk.
4. Johannes Baptiste Nijskens, was born on Saturday, 23 September 1809 in Heille, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised possibly there (no date) (Godparents: Sara Doebels and Jan de Kostekker), and died on 22 April 1864 in Koek, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On 8 May 1850 he married Francesca Du Mez, a daughter of Johannes Francies du Mez and Sophia Kesbeke, who was born on 28 March 1827 in Assenede, East Flanders, Belgium, died on 14 April 1905, and was buried on 17 April 1905 in Hoek, Zeeland, The Netherlands).
5. Jacques Bernard Niskens, was born on 2 February 1812 in Sint Jan-in-Eremo, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised possibly there (no date) (Godparents: Joseph Ververs and Piet (__)).
6. Ludovicus Nijskens, was born on 16 March 1814 in Sint Jan-in-Eremo, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised possibly there (no date) (Godparents: Ludovicus Verstraete and Philipina Verstraete).
7. Anna Nijskens, was born on 7 July 1817 in Sint Jan-in-Eremo, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised possibly there (no date) (Godparents: Daniel Baart and Carolus d'Hont), and died on 27 March 1847 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
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Johannes Franciscus Boerendonk, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1772 according to his marriage record, and died on Tuesday, 5 July 1808 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married on Monday, 9 February 1801 (Republic date 20 Pluviose IX) in Hoofplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands. [parents]
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Johanna Maria van Opdorp, was baptised on 14 February 1780 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married as her first husband Johannes Franciscus Boerendonk. On 2 August 1809 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, she married as her second husband and as his second wife Philippus Jacobus Wage, the widower of Maria Elisabeth de Nijs and a son of Adriaan Wage and Siana de Smit, who was born on 30 November 1772 in Knokke, West Flanders, Belgium, and died on Monday, 15 November 1819 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Franciscus Boerendonk and Johanna Maria van Opdurp
1. Pieternella Maria Boerendonk, was born about 1802, and died on Thursday, 19 July 1832 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
2. Carolina Dorothea Boerendonk, married Johannes Pieter Nieskens.
3. Joannes Judocus Boerendonk, was born about November 1805, and died on Thursday, 28 August 1806 in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
4. Joseph Boerendonk, was born about 1807 and died on Saturday, 20 August 1808 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

 
 
Children of Philippus Jacobus Wage and Johanna Maria van Opdurp
1. Dorothea Wage, was born about 1811 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Monday, 18 January 1864 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On 23 July 1828 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands she married as her first husband Josephus Anthonius Messelin (or Anthonie Josephus Masleijn), a son of Louis/Ludovicus Messelin and Genoveva Constantia Daniels, who was born about 1808 in Schoondijke, and died on Wednesday, 22 February 1837 in Waterlandkerkje. On Wednesday, 9 February 1853 in Oostburg, she married as her second husband and as his second wife Constantinus Plasschaert, the widower of Paulina Leijman and a son of Jacobus Livinus Plasschaert and Anne Marie Carpentier, who was born about 1799 in Bouchaute, Belgium.
2. Philippus Jacobus Wage, was born in June 1812, and died on Monday, 17 August 1812 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands, aged 8 weeks old.
3. Anna Johanna Wage, was born about 1814 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Friday, 14 March 1856 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Saturday, 24 May 1834 in Waterlandkerkje she married as his first wife Joannes Bernardus Viane, a son of Bernardus Franciscus Viane and Levina Catharina Quio, who was born about 1820 in Sint-Marguerite, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Wednesday, 18 July 1883 in IJzendijke. He married as his second wife Johanna Maria Junis.
4. Jacobus Wage, was born about 1815 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Sunday, 7 May 1871 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
5. Phillipus Bernardus Wage, was born about 1818 in Waterlandkerkje, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Sunday, 21 May 1848 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married Idorsica Sophia van de Gehuchte (or Genachte)

 
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Johann Petrus Marx, had no birth or baptismal record.
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Barbara Altmeier (or Altmeiss), had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1799 in Germany, died of apoplexy on 11 May 1875 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there on 12 May 1875 in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
 
Children of Johann Petrus Marx and Barbara Altmeier (or Altmeiss)
1. Catherine Marx, married Michael Hefner.

 
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David Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1811/1812. He died in 1895 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married on 28 October 1839 in Penfield, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
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Margaret Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1814. She died in 1882 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of David Hames and Margaret Francisco
1. Cornelius P. Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1845, and died on 22 December 1924. About 1870 he married Carrie (__). He was referred to as "Peter" in the 1865 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York, indicating that that was probably his middle name.
2. Francis D. Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in July 1846 according to census records. About 1866 he married Ida U. (__), who was born in 1849 according to census records, and died in 1919. He was referred to as "Delevan" in the 1865 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York, indcating that that was his middle name.
3. Horace Moody Smith Hames, married Lauretha Drake.

 
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John Hinchman Drake, was born on 1 September 1820 in New Jersey. He died on 1 January 1890 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married about 1849 possibly in Webster, probably in Monroe County, New York [parents]

John Drake had living with him at both the taking of the 1850 and 1860 census a womand named Sophie Rivenburgh, who was later described in the 1875 New York State census as his niece. The specifics of that relationship has not been found.

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Cornelia Brewer, was born on 12 October 1822 probably in Columbia County, New York. She died on 22 October 1866 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of John Hinchman Drake and Cornelia Brewer
1. Winfield Sanford Drake, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1850 according to census records, probably in Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married as his first wife Lettie (__). After 1892 he married as his second wife Dora (__), who was born about 1852 according to census records. In later years he was known as Sanford W. Drake.
2. Philip King Drake, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in March 1851 according to census records probably in Webster, Monroe County, New York, died in 1924, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery in Webster. About 1880 he married Sarah Elizabeth (Libbie) Bancroft, who was born on 26 August 1863 in Webster, died in 1930, was buried in West Webster Cemetery, and was a daughter of William Riley Bancroft and Alida Ann Van Alstyne. Philip was known as Felix.
3. Lauretha Drake, married Horace Moody Smith Hames.

 
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Robert/Robertson/Robordson Affleck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1826, possibly in Longswade, Midlothian, Scotland, and died (date unknown) of Apoplexy. On 15 June 1849 in St. Cuthberts, Midlothian, Scotland, he married as his first wife Janet Mckay. On 6 October 1866 as recorded at The Register Office, Lambeth, London, England, he married as his second wife Elizabeth Waldron, who was born in 1840 in St. Budes, Devon, England, and died about 1886 in Camberwell, London, England. [parents]
 
Children of Robert/Robertson/Robordson Affleck and Elizabeth Waldron
1. Robordson Affleck, was born in 1870 in Battersea or Lambeth, London, England. He married Elizabeth Lydia H. Banks.
2. Thomas Affleck, was born in 1870 in Battersea or Lambeth, London, England.

 
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Janet Mckay, was born on 27 December 1825 in St. Cuthberts, Midlothian, Scotland, and died on 11 May 1862 at 40 Upper Robert St., Plumstead, London, England, at age 36 from Cerebritis. [parents]
 
Children of Robert/Robertson/Robordson Affleck and Janet Mckay
1. Marion Affleck, was born in 1852 at Swindon, Witlshire, England.

She is listed as Marion in the 1861 Census for Swindon. No Census, Marriage or Death references for her are found after 1861.

2. William Affleck, married Anne Follett.
3. James Affleck, was born 26 September 1858 at Swindon, Witlshire, England. He married Ellen Caroline Coleman.
4. Henry Affleck, was born on 4 April 1861 at Swindon, Witlshire, England.

He was Royal Navy. His father was calling himself Robertson at this time, and was listed as a Smith's Striker. In the 1861 Census, he was shown as being one week old, and living at 39 Bath Street, Swindon. His father was listed as a Hammerman. In the 1881 Census he was apparently an Ordinary Seaman in the Royal Navy. His ship is listed as HMS Minotaur.


 
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John Follett, had no birth or baptismal record.
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Unknown
 
Children of John Follett and (__)
1. Anne Follett, married William Affleck.

 
GENERATION 7
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Egidius/Gillis Campe, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1709 in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 6 June 1791 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 22 November 1740 in Lembeke.
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Petronella de Taeye, was born on 19 October 1723 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 13 June 1797. [parents]
 
Children of Egidius/Gillis Campe and Petronella de Taeye
1. Joannes Baptista Campe, was born on 15 April 1743 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. Maria Jacoba Campe, was born on 9 July 1745 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 21 February 1820. On 1 May 1766 in Lembeke she married Petrus Ysebaert, who had no birth or baptismal record.
3. Anna Maria Campe, was born on 8 March 1748 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 4 May 1776 in Lembeke she married Emanuel Buyck, who had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Petrus Campe, was born on 7 May 1751 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 8 January 1782 in Lembeke he married Joanna Maria Steyaert, who had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Judocus Franciscus Campe, married Isabella Therese Lacaeyse.
6. Jacobus Franciscus Campe, had no birth or baptismal record. On 6 May 1783 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium he married Joanna Theresia Bonami, a daughter of Judocus Bonami and Catharina de Smet, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1758, and died on 30 August 1785 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium. Witnesses to their marriage were Guilielmus Campe and Marie Petronilla de Reu.
7. Paulus Campe, was born on 28 January 1763 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 18 March 1849 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 18 June 1799 in Adegem he married Barbara Van Landtschoot, a daughter of Georgius Van Lantschoot and Anna-Maria West, who was born on 26 October 1764 in Adegem, and died there on 4 September 1826.

 
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Petrus Antonius Lacaeyse, was born on 23 May 1723 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 4 Novemer 1787. [parents]
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Anna Marie van Overvelt, was born on 8 April 1728 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 17 March 1814 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus Antonius Lacaeyse and Anna Marie van Overvelt
1. Franciscus Livinus Lacaeyse, was born on 23 December 1765 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married Joanna Vereecke.
2. Carolina Theresia Lacaeyse, was born on 29 October 1755 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married Joannes Mortier.
3. Livina Maria Lacaeyse, was born on 3 July 1757.
4. Ignatius Lacaeyse, was born on 3 February 1759 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 5 October 1794. He married as his first wife Maria van Huffel. He married as his second wife Petronella Catharina Steyaert.
5. Joanna Maria Lacaeyse, was born on 1 October 1760 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
6. Joannes Baptiste Lacaeyse, was born on 3 August 1762 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 27 August 1845. He married Veronica Steyaert.
7. Isabella Therese Lacaeyse, married Judocus Franciscus Campe.
8. Maria Catharina Lacaeyse, was born on 13 December 1767 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 27 January 1768.
9. Engelbertus Lacaeyse, was born on 17 March 1769 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
10. Petrus Joannes Lacaeyse, was born on 4 May 1770 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on the same day.

 
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Petrus Joannes Landuijt, was born on 23 August 1733 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 24 August 1733 (Godparents: Peter Roels en Petronella Buijck), and died on 20 June 1782 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 7 October 1766 in Sint-Laureins (with Banns published there on 27 September 1766 (witnesses: Corneel Landtuijt en Joanna Maria Goeborghe)). Witnesses to the marriage: Corneel Landtuijt en Joanna Maria Goeborghe. [possible parents]
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Judoca Vergauwe, was born on 8 October 1740 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Corneel Steiaert en Judoca Vergauwe), and died on 22 May 1776 in Sint-Laureins. [possible parents]
 
Children of Petrus Joannes Landuijt and Judoca Vergauwe
1. Petrus Antonius Landuijt, married Maria Jacoba Lammens.
2. Joannes Franciscus Landuijt, was born on 21 May 1769 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 21 May 1769 (Godparents: Corneel Landtuijt en Maria Vergauwe), and died there on 27 November 1770.
3. Anna Maria Cornelia Landuijt, was born on 20 January 1771 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 20 January 1771 (Godparents: Corneel Winnen en Anna Maria Goenberghe), and died on 21 August 1772 in Sint Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium.
4. Joanna Cornelia Landuijt, was born on 13 February 1773 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 13 February 1773 (Godparents: Martin Lievens en Joanna Cornelia Vergauwe), and died there on 28 April 1784.
5. Joannes Franciscus Landuijt, was born on 09 November 1775 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 09 November 1775 in Sint Laureins (Godparents: Georgius Rogiers en Barbara de Vriese).

 
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Johannes Jean Nijskens, was baptised on 12 October 1734 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Lambertus Karis and Anna Vrijecken), and died on 2 May 1803 in Nederweert, Limburg, The Netherlands. He married on 23 January 1759 in Leveroy (wit.: Hubertus Nijskens and Gertruda Kercker). [parents]
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Elisabeth Kercker, (also found in records as Kircker and Kirckels) was born on 4 February 1738 in Baexem, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 18 August 1810 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Jean Nijskens and Elisabeth Kercker
1. Jacobus Nijskens, was baptised on 16 August 1759 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Hubertus Nijskens and Maria Jansen), and died on Sunday, 8 February 1807. He married Marianne (Dauvels or Danneels).
2. Petrus Nijskens, was baptised on 14 November 1760 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Mart Reijders and Joanna Drenters), and died on Tuesday, 11 April 1815 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On 3 July 1788 he married Jozina Cruzon, a daughter of Abraham Cruzon and Magdalena Antize, who was born on 23 January 1764 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on 13 June 1833.
3. Henricus Nijskens, was baptised on 25 June 1762 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Simon Kircker and Gertrude Jorissen), and died there on 15 July 1764.
4. Maria Nijskens, was baptised on 8 March 1764 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Petrus Koolen and Hendrina Nijs), and died on 5 May 1830 in Nederweert, Limburg, The Netherlands.
5. Joanna Nijskens, was baptised on 21 November 1765 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Joannis Karis and Joanna Kercker).
6. Cornelia Nijskens, was baptised on 7 February 1768 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Hubertus Jeurissen and Maria Luijens). On 13 April 1796 in Baexem, Limburg, The Netherlands, she married Leonardus Willekens.
7. Henricus Nijskens, married Catherine Sies.
8. Joannes Petrus/Jean Pierre Nijskens, was baptised on 27 September 1772 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Johannes Reijnders and Joanna Wijers), and died on Tuesday, 29 January 1811 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Wednesday, 3 November 1804 (Republic date 2 Brumaire XIII) in Eede he married as her first husband Reine Rosalie Verlsuijs, a daughter of Gaspard Versluijs and Marie Jacqueline Tramon, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1786 in Eede. On Wednesday, 11 December 1811, in Eede she married as her second husband Augustin van Hijfte.
9. Godefridus Nijskens, was baptised on 26 October 1774 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Hubertus Breuckers and Gertrude Kercker). On 31 July 1797 in Nederweert, Limburg, The Netherlands, he married as his first wife Petronella Kivits, who was born on 12 September 1761 in Nederweert and died there on 13 December 1819. On 2 June 1827 he married as his second wife Joanna Maria Gerris, who was born on 6 February 1797 in Strateris, Limburg, The Netherlands.
10. Maria Barbara Nijskens, was baptised on 25 December 1776 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Johannes Vogels and Anna Vaessens), and died there on 28 December 1778.
11. Cristianus Nijskens, was baptised on 21 May 1778 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Johannes Vogels and Elisabeth Beemder). On 20 December 1802 in Leveroy he married Anna Maria Dreesen, a daughter of Jean Dreesen and Marie Houben, who was born on 6 February 1775 in Hunsel, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 18 April 1837 in Leveroy, a daughter of Jean Dreesen and Marie Houben.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
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Jean Francois/Johannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Seij, was baptised on 14 April 1752 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Gerard Steijaert and Joanna van Meenen), and died on Sunday, 13 September 1807 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married as his first wife Maria Norberta de Zutter. On 23 November 1803 (Republic Date 1 Frimaire XII) in Eede he married as his second wife and as her second husband Marie Cornelia/Marie Cornelie Weijns, the widow of Jacobus de Blaere and a daughter of Joannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Weijns and Barbara Judoca van de Genachte, who was born on 16 March 1769 in Sint-Margriete, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
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Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter, was baptised (as Maria Albertina) on 15 November 1737 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Albert Frans Ondereet and Anna Maria Goethals), and died on Monday, 22 August 1803 (Republic date 4 Fructidor XI) in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, aged 66 years. She married as her first husband Carolus Franciscus Septimus/Carel Francies/Carel Frans Verstraete, a son of Judocus Verstraete and Maria de Wandel, who was born on 28 March 1726 in Maldegem, baptised there (no date), and died on 12 March 1776 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. She married as her second husband Jean Francois Sies/Johannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Sies. [parents]

 
Children of Jean Francois/Johannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Seij and Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter
1. Catharina Seij, married Henricus Nijskens.

 

 
Children of Carolus Franciscus Septimus/Carel Francies/Carel Frans Verstraete and Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter
1. Maria Verstraete, was born on 20 May 1761 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on (no date), and died there on 28 June 1766.
2. Regina Verstraete, was born on 3 April 1763 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on (no date), and died there on 23 April 1766.
3. Philippina Verstraete, was baptised on 12 November 1765 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on (no date), and died on Thursday, 26 September 1833 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Tuesday, 20 May 1800 (Republic Date 30 Floreal VIII) in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, she married Petrus Arnoldus Banckaert, a son of Cornelis Jacobus/Corneel Jacob Banckaert and Petronella Angelina Verstrijnghe, who was born on 23 December 1771 in Eede, baptised the same day in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Sunday, 14 March 1847 in Eede.
4. Judocus Livinus/Livien Verstraete, was born on 11 March 1768 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised on the same date in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium, and died unmarried on 31 January 1792 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
5. Ludovicus Joannes Verstraete, was born on 5 January 1772 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised on 6 January 1772 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Sunday, 22 November 1857 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Sunday 29 June 1800 (Republic Date 1 decade Messidor VII) in the Administrative Municipality of Sluis, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Maria Jacoba Quataert, a daughter of Joannes Quataert and Isabella Clara de Clerck, who was born on 5 January 1778 in Eede, and died there on Saturday, 19 December 1857.
6. Maria Cornelia Verstraete, was born on 7 February 1775 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised on the same day in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 28 June 1776 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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Judocus Boerendonk, was born at 9:00 A.M. on 14 June 1748 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised there on Sunday, 16 June 1748 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Judocus Heremans and Joanna Mertens), and died on 3 February 1819 in Hoofdplaat, Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married on 27 April 1772 at the Roman Catholic Church in Hontenisse (witnesses: Joannes Franc. Tote and Joanna de Veuglaer). [parents]
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Pietronella Scheerlink, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1752 in either Hontenisse or Van Aalst, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Friday, 28 March 1828 in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands. She survived her husband who died on 3 February 1819. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus Boerendonk and Pietronella Scheerlink
1. Johannes Franciscus Boerendonk, married Johanna Maria van Opdurp.
2. Anna Catharina Boerendonk, was born on 16 August 1773 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Tuesday, 21 March 1865 in Graauw en Langendam, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Monday, 26 September 1796 (Republic date 5 Vendemiaire V) in Graauw en Langendam, she married Johannes de Koning, a son of Cornelis de Koning and Josijna Rondonk, who was born on 20 December 1773 in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Sunday, 25 November 1832 in Graauw en Langendam.
3. Apolonia Boerendonk, was born on 12 August 1775 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died there on Thursday, 6 September 1849. On 6 August 1795 in Hontenisse she married as his second wife Johannes Franciscus/Jan Francies Tielman, the widower of Anna Van Den Broeck and a son of Judocus Franciscus Tielman and Josyna Sponselee, who was born on 28 November 1755 in Hontenisse, baptised there on 30 November 1755, and died there on Wednesday, 5 March 1834.
4. Judoca Boerendonk, was born on 23 February 1777 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. She married Pieter Joseph Croijen, a son of Pieter Joseph Croijen and Carolina Muller, who was born about 1801 in Hoofdplaat.
5. Petronella Maria Boerendonk, was born on 18 December 1778 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died young.
6. Petronella Boerendonk, was born on 11 September 1779 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Monday, 10 July 1854 in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Thursday, 28 May 1801 (Republic date 8 Prairial IX) in Hoofdplaat she married Judocus de Keijzer, a son of Louwereijs de Keijzer and Joanna Vlaming, who was born about 1774 in Moerbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
7. Johanna Boerendonk, was born on 19 October 1780 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died young.
8. Maria Francisca Boerendonk, was born on 12 December 1781 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Saturday, 7 July 1798 (Republic date 19 Messidor VI) in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands, she married as her first husband Pieter Francies Knudde, a son of Ignatius Knudde and Judoca Schalken, who was born on 3 March 1762 in Biervliet, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Tuesday 13 March 1810 in Hoofdplaat. On Tuesday, 29 January 1811 in Hoofdplaat she married as her second husband Pieter Joannes de Mullewe, a son of Jacobus de Mullewe and Pieternella Walge, who was born about 1787 in Waterdijk, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
9. Petrus Boerendonk, was born on 6 June 1784 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
10. Johanna Boerendonk, was born on 7 February 1785 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
11. Dorothea Boerendonk, was born on 13 February 1786 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
12. Jacobus Boerendonk, was born on 12 July 1787 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
13. Judocus Boerendonk, was born on 11 July 1788 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died young.
14. Anna Maria Boerendonk, was born on 19 September 1789 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
15. Judocus Boerendonk, was born on 20 January 1791 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He died young.
16. Judocus Boerendonk, was born on 25 February 1792 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
17. Maria Anna Boerendonk, was born on 4 August 1793 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

 
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Adrianus Franciscus/Adriaaan Francies van Opdorp, was baptised on 16 February 1754 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 19 July 1774 in Lebbeke. [parents]
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Maria Anna de Poorter, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1756 in Sint-Jansteen, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
 
Children of Adrianus Franciscus/Adriaaan Francies van Opdorp and Maria Anna de Poorter
1. Susanna Maria van Opdorp, was baptised on 12 August 1774 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. Franciscus/Francies van Opdorp, was baptised on 6 October 1775 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Thursday, 26 January 1826 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Tuesday, 20 May 1800 (Republic date 30 Floreal VIII) in IJzendijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Pieternella Geense(n), the daughter of Matheeuw Geense(n) and Janneke Verdegem, who was born on 7 March 1780 in Ovezande, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Wednesday, 12 January 1848 in Schoondijke.
3. Petrus Josephus van Opdorp, was baptised on 25 October 1777 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
4. Johanna Maria van Opdorp, married Johannes Franciscus Boerendonk.
5. Dorothée van Opdorp, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1788, and died on Sunday, 25 October 1857 in Oostburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Thursday, 28 February 1811 in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, she married Philippe Leijns, a son of Mathieu Leijns and Jeanne Dobbelaar, who was born about 1786 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Monday, 26 December 1853 in Oostburg.
6. Judocus van Opdorp, was baptised in (no date) 1789 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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(possibly) Almon Hames, had no birth or baptismal record. It is an assumption that Almon Hames is the father of the children listed, and it is also an assumption that the children listed are indeed brothers and sisters. The scarcity of this surname in New York State combined with the close proximity that these family lived relative to each other certainly suggests a family connection. Sars McNutly has identified the parents of Amanda Hames as Almon and Abigial. Amanda married Horace Smith Moody, and turn David Hames named one of his sons Horace Smith Moody Hames, suggesting that David and Amanda were siblings.

Almon Hames (or Hains, or Haines) does not appear in the 1790 and 1810 Federal Census. Possible explanations for this could be that he was not living in this country yet, he managed to avoid the censu taker, he *is* in the census but may have been mistranscribed on online records, or he may simply have not been the head of the household that he was living under when the census was taken. An Almon Hains appears in the 1810 Federal Census for Deer Park, Orange County, New York with 1 male 45 and over, 3 females under 10, and 1 female 16 to 25.

An Almon Hames appears in the 1820 Federal Census for Seneca, Ontario County, New York with 1 male under 10, one male 10-16, one male 45 upwards, 3 females under 10, 2 females 10-16, and one female 26-45. Also, a Benjamin Hames appears in the same census (different page) with 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45, with of said 2 people engaged in Commerce. There are three other Hames households mentioned in the census: Jalestt Hames of Lansingburg, Rensselaer County; John Hames of Stillwater, Saratoga County; and Nathaniel Hames of Burtus, Cayuga County. [A Benjamin Hames, described as an old resident of Webster, died on 26 July 1895 according to the 27 July 1895 edition of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. There are only, to my knowledge, only two Benjamin Hames in Webster: one died in 1904 and the other was born around 1870, seemingly too young to be called an old resident. Could this Benjamin in the 1820 census be the person being talked about, and if so, hwere had he been hiding for all these years?].

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(possibly) Abigail Bennett, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of (__) Hames and (__)
1. David Hames, married Margaret Francisco.
2. John F. Hames, was born on 4 November 1817, died on 1 January 1884, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. About 1840 he married Adelia Lockwood, who was born on 15 March 1823, died on 16 August 1890, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery.
3. Amy Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1820, died on 1908, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. She married Alfred Lockwood, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1821, died on 8 September 1870, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery. She was mentioned as a sister in benjamin Hames' obituary.
4. Benjamin Hames, had no birth or baptismal record and was born (either about 1822 according to census records or about 1824 according to his obituary), died on 9 March 1904 in Fairport, Monroe County, New York, and was buried on 11 March 1904 in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married as his first wife Phebe C. (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1824 according to census records, died on 10 November 1856 (aged 31 years) in Webster, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. On 29 April 1863 in Fairport, Monroe COunty, New York, he married as his second wife Elizabeth A. Hine, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1836 according to census records, died on 18 March 1897, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery. The Reverend N. Bosworth performed the ceremony.

According to the 1850 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York, Benjamin was employed as a carpenter, and his real estate was valued at $700. His obituary was published in the 11 March 1904 edition of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:

HAMES - In Fairport, N.Y. Wednesday, March 9 1904 at the family residence on North Main Street, Benjamin Hames aged 80 years. Besides one sister, Mrs. Amy Lockwood, of Webster, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. B. F. Hamilton of Westfield, and Mrs. John White, of this village. Funeral Friday morning, March 11th at 10:00 o'clock from the house. Internment at West Webster.

5. Amanda Hames, was born on 17 November 1826 at Webster, Monroe, New York, died there in 1885, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. Prior to 1846 she married Horace Smith Moody, a son of Rufus Moody and Lucretia Nash, who was born on 17 June 1827 in Williamson, Wayne County, New York, and died on 17 December 1895 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.
Amanda Hames and Horace Smith Moody have other descendants, such as:
.Adelina Louise Moody - MERTON ELMER LEWIS (1861-1937) Mayor, State Attorney General

  

 
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Francis Francisco, was born on 2 July 1784 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. He died on 29 February 1848 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. About 1806 he married as his first wife Mary (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1786, and either died or was buried on 6 June 1812, with burial occurring in the old Cooksborough Cemetery, Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. About 1813 he married as his second wife Leventie Van Ness. [parents]

In 1826 he and his family move from the east and settled on a tract of land extending from what is now the West Webster Cemetery to Irondequoit Bay in Webster, Monroe County, New York. On 27 March 1844 he sold one half acre of land which was to become the West Webster Cemetery. He left a will in which he mentioned his wife Levine Fransisco; children Sally, wife of David J. Ketchum of Webster; Catherine, wife of Palmer Ketchum of Hannibel, Oswego, New York.; Margaret, wife of David Hames of Webster; Cornelius P. Francisco of Webster; Elida M., wife of John Knapp of Webster; Ann Jane, wife of Edward Tyrrell of Webster; all of full age and Francis Vanderhoof of Flenda, New York, a grandson of full age, son of Emily, a deceased daughter.

The 30 November 1848 edition of the Rochester Daily Advertiser ran the obituary of Francis Francisco:

"Sudden Death - We understand that Mr. Francis Fransisco, an old and highly respected resident of West Webster, died very suddenly yesterday morning. He had been in usual good health and on Monday ploughed in the field all day. Yesterday morning he got up his team for the purpose of coming to the city, and went to his house to eat breakfast. Soon after taking his seat at the table, he fell back in his chair, and expired in a few minutes. His age was 64 years. The cause of death is supposed to have been apoplexy."

A curious mystery - Francis mentions a daughter, Catherine, wife of Palmer Ketcham, in his will. His son Cornelius mentions this Catherine and another sister, Catherine, wife of Alexander Hamilton Lucas, in his will. Why did Francis not mention the wife of Alexander Lucas in his will? Why Cornelius have two sisters named Catherine? Both Catherines appear in the 1850 census, so it is not a matter of one Catherine having two husbands in the course of her lifetime. Based on the age of the wife of Alexander Lucas, it would appear that she is probably the daughter of his first wife, Mary.
 
Children of Francis Francisco and Mary (__)
1. Sally Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1808 according to census records. She married Daniel J. Ketchum, a son of Joseph Ketcham and Alida Van Ness, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1806 according to census records.

According to 1850 census records for Webster, Monroe County, New York, Daniel was employed as a farmer and had real estate valued at $4,680. According to the 1855 census for Webster, both he and his wife has been residents of Monroe County for 14 years.

2. Catherine E. Francisco, was born about 1812 in New York, died in 1898, and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Gainesville, Wyoming County, New York. Prior to 1832 she married Alexander Hamilton Lucas, a son of Joseph Lucas and Hannah (__), who was born in 1804, died in 1878, and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery.

 

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Leventie Van Ness, was born on 5 December 1786 and baptised on 4 February 1787 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: Cornelis Van Ness and Aaltje Doremus). She died on 12 December 1867 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. [parents]
 
Children of Francis Francisco and Leventie Van Ness
1. Catherine Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Palmer Ketchum, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Margaret Francisco, married David Hames.
3. Cornelius Peter Francisco, was born on 14 April 1817, died on 27 April 1863, aged 46 years, 19 days, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married as his first wife Hannah P. (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1826. He married as his second wife Sally Ann (__), who had no birth or baptismal record. She died on 9 August 1847, aged 26 years, 2 months, and 16 days, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery.

His will was proved 9 May 1863, and in it he mentioned his widow Hannah S.; mother Lavina Francisco of Webster; sisters: Margaret, wife of David Hames; Alida, wife of John Knapp of Webster; Ann, wife of Edward Tyrrell of Penfield; a half brother, Jacob Van Ness; and Sally, wife of Daniel Ketchum of Webster; Catherine, wife of Palmer Ketchum of Hannible, Oswego County; Catherine, wife of Hamilton Lucas of Gainsville, Wyoming County, New York; and Francis Vanderhoof, child, of Emily Vanderhoof, a deceased sister. Administrators were Cornelius and Hannah Francesco.

4. Alida Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1821. She married John Knapp, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1822.
5. Ann Jane Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1823, died on 6 September 1888, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. She married as his first wife Edward Turrill, a son of James Beebe Turrill and Phebe Turrill, who was born on 5 September 1818 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, died on 14 November 1898 in Penfield, Monroe County, New York, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery.

Edward married in 1890 in Penfield, Monroe County, New York, as his second wife Ruhanah Strong.

6. Emily Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Nathaniel Vanderhoof, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1805 in Wells, Hamilton County, New York, and died on 22 April 1847 in Floyd, Onieda County, New York.

After Emily's death, Nathaniel and his son Francis moved to Oneida County, New York. In 1831, Nathaniel married Susan Soule (1806-1844, daughter of Thomas Soule and Betsy Huffcoot). He was a captain of artillery in the State Militia, and Francis was a drummer.

7. Catherine Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1812, died in 1898, and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Gainesville, Wyoming County, New York. She married Alexander Hamilton Lucas, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1804 in New York, died in 1878, and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery.

 
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William Drake, was born on 3 January 1789 in New Jersey. He died on 4 January 1877 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married on 14 August 1814 in the Rockaway Presbyterian Church, Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey [parents]

William and Charlotte were married by the Reverend Barnabas King. Both were living in Pequannock, New Jersey, at the time of their marriage. William enlisted 3 January 1813 as a private in Capt. John Hatfield's 3rd U.S. Volunteers for one year and was discharged 25 January 1814. According to the 1865 census for Webster, New York, Charlotte was listed as having had 7 children by that point in time (Bible records show 8 children).

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Charlotte Van Zile, was born on 20 April 1793 in New Jersey. She died on 28 April 1874 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery.
 
Children of William Drake and Charlotte Van Zile
1. Phebe Ann Drake, was born on 1 December 1815 according to family Bible records, and may possibly be the buried in 1819 in Rockaway Cemetery, Rockaway New Jersey.
2. Eunice Drake, was born on 8 June 1817 according to family Bible records, and died on 18 January 1820. "Our daughter Eunice Drake departed this life January 18 1820 aged 2 years 7 months 10 days."
3. John Hinchman Drake, married Cornelia Brewer.
4. Sarah Maria Drake, was born on 23 March 1823 according to family Bible records.
5. William Walice Drake, was born on 2 July 1825 according to family Bible records, and died on 21 April 1829. "Our son William Walice Drake departed this life April 2 1829 aged 3 years 9 months."
6. Jacob King Drake, was born on 29 December 1831 according to family Bible records. He married Margaret Loraine Sherman, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in November 1840 according to census records for Webster, Monroe County, New York.

In the 1850 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York, he was living with his parents and employed as a laborer. Jacob and Margaret had 6 children according to census records, though only the names of five of their children is known. Jacob was employed as a carpenter and living with his family in Put-In Bay, Ottawa County, Ohio at the time of the 1870 and 1880 Federal Census. According to the 1900 census for Webster, the had two grandchildren living with them: Florence, born in October 1892; and Earl, born in February 1895.

7. Caroline Mary Drake, was born on 15 September 1831 according to family Bible records, died in 1903, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. She married David D. Hagedorn, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1821, and died on 2 December 1873. David's will was administered by his wife, Caroline, and Felix Drake (his wife's nephew).
8. Edward Drake, was born on 12 December 1834 according to family Bible records (which in this instance are somewhat illegible and the birth date is primarily a guess).

 
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Samuel Brewer, was baptised on 17 July 1791 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Robert Hoes and Lydia Herder). His occupations was listed at various times in census records as farmer or laborer. He married on 11 December 1810 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack. [parents]
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Elizabeth Hess, was baptised on 29 May 1789 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: William Bloom and Elizabeth Fritz). [parents]
 
Children of Samuel Brewer and Elizabeth Hess
1. Peter S. Brewer, was born on 23 February 1811 and baptised on 14 April 1811 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (the Parents). He married as her third husband Agnes Ann Rogers, the widow of (__) Austin and David McKee, who was born on 22 July 1822 in Washington County, New York.
2. Michael H. Brewer, was born on 10 March 1813, baptised on 18 June 1815 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: the Parents), died on 9 October 1866 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married Eliza N. (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1823, died on 8 August 1863 in Webster, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery.
3. Maria Brewer, was born on 2 February 1815 and baptised on 18 June 1815 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Laurance L. Land and Maria Brower).
4. Margareth Brewer, was born on 5 April 1818 and baptised on 21 June 1818 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: the Parents).
5. Cornelia Brewer, married John Hinchman Drake.
6. Caroline E. Brewer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1833 according to census records. She was living with Samuel and Elizabeth Brewer when the 1850 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York, was taken.

 
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William Affleck, was born about 1805 in Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland, and died prior to 1866. He married on 26 February 1820 in Lasswade.

The Old Parochial Register for Lasswade, Midlothian (Edinburgh) shows an entry in the Register of Proclamation of Banns and Marriages, dated 26th February 1820 (for the first Sabbath) between a William Affleck and a Margaret Chisholm who "have given in their names for the proclamation in order to marriage" - the marriage must then have occurred after the third "calling," presumably on 11 March 1820.

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Margaret Chisholm, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of William Affleck and Margaret Chisholm
1. Elizabeth Affleck, was born on 11 August 1822 in Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland.
2. Robordson Affleck, married as his first wife Janet Mckay, and as his second wife Elizabeth Waldron.
3. possibly James Affleck, was born about 1839 probably in Scotland, and died in 1900.

 
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James Mckay, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Scotland.
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Janet McKinnon, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Scotland.
 
Children of James Mckay and Janet McKinnon
1. James Alexander Mckay, was born on 21 August 1817 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
2. Thomas Mckay, was born on 21 December 1819 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
3. Catharine Mckay, was born on 14 May 1821 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
4. George Farquharson Mckay, was born on 14 January 1824 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
4. Janet Mckay, married Robardson Affleck.

 
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Petrus de Taeye, was born on 3 November 1690 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 4 November 1690, and died there on 24 August 1744. On 27 April 1719 in Lembeke he married as her first husband Jacoba Drieghe. [parents]
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Jacoba Drieghe, was born on 12 February 1698 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 13 February 1698. On 27 April 1719 in Lembeke she married as her first husband Petrus de Taeye. On 14 August 1745 in Lembeke she married as her second husband Petrus Cornelis Dhaese, a son of Petrus Dhaese and Joanna Rogiers, who was born on 1 May 1708 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 10 August 1764. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus de Taeye and Jacoba Drieghe
1. Joannes de Taeye, was born on 4 February 1720 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 5 February 1720, and died there on 27 February 1720.
2. Christophora Carolina de Taeye, was born on 16 August 1721 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day. On 10 May 1741 she married Franciscus Matthijs, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 8 October 1780 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Petronella de Taeye, married Egidius/Gillis Campe.
4. Joannes Franciscus de Taeye, was born on 20 February 1726 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
5. Livina de Taeye, was born on 20 September 1728 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
6. Georgius de Taeye, was born on 14 November 1731 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 6 August 1733.
7. Bernardus Franciscus de Taeye, was born on 5 August 1734 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 16 March 1735.

 
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Livinus Lacaeyse, was possibly born on 16 October 1666 in Kaprijke, East Flanders Belgium, and died there on 17 February 1742. He married on 22 January 1715 in Kaprijke. [parents]
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Livina Mestdagh, was born on 24 October 1689 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 16 January 1747.
 
Children of Livinus Lacaeyse and Livina Mestdagh
1. Petrus Antonius Lacaeyse, married Anna Marie van Overvelt.
2. Livinus Lacaeyse, was born on 23 July 1717.
3. Joanna Theresia Lacaeyse, was born on 9 October 1718 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 25 July 1724.
4. Joannes Baptiste Lacaeyse, was born on 16 November 1719 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 18 February 1771. He married Livina Maria Vanzeele, who was born on 22 June 1720 in Kaprijke, and died there on 1 May 1786.
5. Mattheus Lacaeyse, was born on 16 August 1721 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married Isabella Cappele.
6. Theresia Livina Lacaeyse, was born on 4 October 1725 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 5 October 1728.
7. Isabella Theresia Lacaeyse, was born on 4 October 1726 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 25 September 1788.

 
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Joannes van Overvelt, was born on 4 April 1694 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 7 April 1746. He married on 10 February 1720 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
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Judoca van de Wattijne, was born on 15 November 1697 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 17 November 1697, and died there on 8 May 1765. [parents]
 
Children of Joannes van Overvelt and Judoca van de Wattijne
1. Anna Marie van Overvelt, married Petrus Antonius Lacaeyse.

 
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Antonius/Antoon Vergauwe, was born on 23 January 1703 in Maldagem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date) (Godparents: Jan Sijmoens and Elisabeth Braet), and died on 20 October 1783 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. On 16 February 1734 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (witnesses: Peter Ingelberge and Livina Steijaert), he married as his first wife Elisabeth (Isabella) Steijaert. Banns for their marriage were published there on (__) February 1734 (witnesses: Emmaunuel Vergauwe and Maria Francisca Steijaert). On 27 April 1744 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium (witness(es): Peter Gomberge and Maria Jacoba Vereije). On 27 April 1744 in Sint-Laureins (witnesses: Peter Gomberge and Maria Jacoba Vereije) he married as his second wife Anna Maria Gomberghe, a daughter of Petrus/Peter Gomberghe and Elisabeth Catharina Vereecke, who was born on 4 August 1724 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on 5 August 1724 (Godparents: Lucas Verheecke and Marianna Dhaenens), and died there on 29 March 1771. Banns for their marriage were published on 12 April 1744 in Sint-Laureins (Godparents: Ludovicus van Vooren and Petronella Blondeel). [parents]
 
Children of Antonius/Antoon Vergauwe and Anna Maria Gomberghe
1. Petrus Joannes Vergauwe, was born on 23 January 1746 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 23 January 1746 (Godparents: Peter Gomberge and Petronella Rogiers), and died there on 13 March 1747.
2. Petronella Theresia Vergauwe, was born on 9 January 1748 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 9 January 1748 (Godparents: Peter Gomberge and Maria Jacoba Verheije), and died there on 6 October 1784. On 24 April 1770 in Sint-Laureins she married as her first husband Guilielmus Josephus de Bruijckere, a son of Joannes de Bruijckere and Petronella de Vos, who was born on 26 December 1741 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on 28 December 1741 (Godparents: Jan van Hecke instaed Guilielm Josef Ghijsens en Joanna de Vos), and died on 4 February 1772 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium. Witnesses to the marriage were Adriaan Prevoet and Anna Maria Goenberghe. She married as her second husband Petrus Jacobus Tasschaert, a son of Petrus Jacobus Tasschaert and Petronella Veretsel, who was born on 22 February 1746 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on 22 June 1746 (Godparents: Jacob Hamelinck and Petronella Bruneels), and died there on 10 March 1785.
3. Petrus Vergauwe, was born on 16 June 1750 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 16 June 1750 (Godparents: Peter Schutijser and Isabella de Vos). On 21 March 1773 in Sint-Laureins (with Banns published there on 6 May 1773 (Witnesses: Antoon Vergauwe and Maria Janssens)) he married Catharina Constantia Verdeghem, a daughter of Judocus van Veerdeghem and Maria Columba Janssens, who was born on 16 May 1748 in Heille, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised on 16 May 1748 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Janssens and Elisabeth Benoot). Witnesses to the marriage were Antoon Vergauwe and Maria Janssens).
4. Livinus Vergauwe was born on 25 February 1753 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 26 February 1753 (Godparents: Livien Magerman and Susanna de Ruijter), and died there on 8 March 1785.
5. Carolina Vergauwe, was born on 4 April 1755 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 5 April 1755 (Godparents: Georgius Rogiers and Joanna Maria Engelbeer), and died there on 4 December 1780.
6. Emmanuel Vergauwe, was born on 6 December 1757 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 7 December 1757 (Godparents: Peter Stevens and Petronella Geijssens). On 1 May 1785 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium (with Banns publsihed on 1 May 1785 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands) he married Joanna Cornelia de Brabander, a daughter of Joannes Baptiste de Bradander and Anna Maria de Pauw, who was born on 25 April 1766 in Sint-Laureins, and baptised there on 25 April 1766 (Godparents: Baldwin van Lanschoot and Maria Cornelia de Pauw). Witnesses to the marriage were: Frans de Meijer, lives in Heille and Joanna Vergouwe, lives in St. Laureins).
7. Anna Catharina Vergauwe, was born on 20 January 1762 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 21 January 1762 (Godparents: Frans Laros and Petronella Theresia Gomberge). On 9 January 1785 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium [with Banns published on 9 January 1785 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands), she married Joannes Franciscus de Meijer, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1750 in Sint-Truiden, Limburg, Belgium.
8. Elisabeth Vergauwe, was born on 30 May 1766 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 30 May 1766 Josef Bauwens and Joanna Catharina Genberghe). On 5 June 1792 in Sint-Laureins (with Banns published there on 26 May 1792 (witnesses: Jan Claeijs and Maria Fransisca Vergauwe)) she married Petrus Jacobus Claeijs, a son of Bernardus Claeijs and Livina Maria de Weerdt, who was born on 1 November 1767 in Sint-Laureins.

 
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Elisabeth (Isabelle) Steijaert, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 15 December 1740 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Antonius/Antoon Vergauwe and Elisabeth (Isabelle) Steijaert
1. Joanna Cornelia Vergauwe, was born on 28 November 1734 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 29 November 1734. With Banns published on 10 July 1754 in Sint-Laureins (witnesses: Peter Standaert en Anna Maria Gomberghe) she married as her first husband Georgius Franciscus Rogiers, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1729 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 23 October 1779 in Sint-Laureins. On 7 January 1780 in Sint-Laureins with Banns published there on 31 December 1779 (witnesses: Peter van Hecke en Catharina van Verdeghem, beiden wonen St. Laureins) she married as her second husband Bernardus Van Hecke, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1753 in Sint-Laureins, and died there on 11 May 1780. On 13 August 1780 in Sint-Laureins she married as her third husband Franciscus Xaverius/Frans Xavier Martens, a son of Franciscus Joannes/Frans Jan Martens and Maria Catharina van den Driessche, who was born on 12 September 1738 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died on 23 February 1782 in Sint-Laureins. On 26 November 1782 in Sint-Laureins with Banns published there on 10 November 1782 (witnesses: Adriaan de Sutter, woont Adegem en Jacoba Basselez, woont St. Laureins) she married as her fourth husband Joannes Franciscus de Zutter, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1746 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 8 February 1790 in Sint-Laureins.
2. Maria Francisca Vergauwe, was born on 6 April 1736 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 11 March 1797. On 26 September 1761 in Sint-Laureins she married as her first husband Peter Franciscus/Peter Frans Laro, a son of Jacobus Laros and Livina Teerlinck, who was born on 19 October 1736 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on 20 October 1736, and died there on 17 November 1784. She married as her second husband Joannes Baptiste Lievens.
3. Joannes Bernardus Vergauwe, was born on 12 April 1738 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 13 April 1738 (Godparents: Jan Moeraert and Elisabeth Blondeel), and died there on 22 April 1752.
4. Judoca Vergauwe, married Petrus Landuijt.

 
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Jacobus Nijskens, was born on 27 May 1693 in Heythuysen, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 4 February 1756 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands. On 25 November 1723 in Leveroy he married as his first wife Cecile (Lucia) Nijs, who was born on 30 September 1696 in Leveroy, and died there on 6 September 1726. Before 15 October 1729, probably in Leveroy, he married as his second wife Petronella Sweels. [parents]
 
Children by Jacobus Nijskens and Cecile (Lucia) Nijs
1. Hubertus Nijskens, was born on 18 August 1726 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands.

 
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Petronella Sweels, was born on 2 October 1710 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died there on 27 June 1747. [parents]
 
Children of Jacobus Nijskens and Petronella Sweels
1. Cristianus Nijskens, was baptised on 15 October 1729 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (wit.: Johannes Karis and Cornelia Karis). On 28 November 1755 he married Maria Catharina Paulissen. Witnesses to the marriage were Jan Karis and Gertrudis Jeurissen in Leveroy.
2. Joanna Nijskens, was baptised on 16 August 1731 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (wit.: Johannes Nijs and Antonia Swels).
3. Johannes Jean Nijskens, married Elisabeth Kercker.
4. Maria Nijskens, was baptised on 27 October 1742 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (wit.: Theodorus Nijs and Joanna Janssen), and died on 15 November 1760 in Leveroy.
5. Mathias Nijskens, was baptised on 22 August 1745 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands (wit.: Jacobus Jorissen and Petronella Hermans), and died on 30 November 1820 in Grathem, Limburg, The Netherlands. He married Petronella (Halfers or Halvens), who was born on 14 July 1735 in Grathem, and died there on 13 January 1815. Witness for their marriage were Vossen Henricus and Hendricks Johanna.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
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Jacques Kercker/Kirckels, had no birth or baptismal record.
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Maria (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Jacques Kirckels and Maria (__)
1. Elisabeth Kercker, married Johannes Nijskens.

 
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Pierre/Petrus Seij, was baptised on 16 September 1703 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 21 July 1775 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 13 June 1751 in Maldegem. [parents]
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Petronella Brigitta de Zutter, was baptised on 2 July 1725 Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Bernard Claijs and Joanna Buijck), and died there on 25 March 1779. [parents]
 
Children of Pierre Sies/Petrus Seij and Petronella Brigitta de Zutter
1. Jean Francois/Johannes Franciscus/Jan Frans Seij, married Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter.
2. Isabella Theresia Seij, was baptised on 10 October 1754 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Martin Spelier and Fransisca Theresia van Hevel). She married Bernardus Francois/Bernard Frans Braet, a son of Cornelis Braet and Anna Catharina Gillis, who was born on 19 October 1757 in Maldegem.
3. Laurent Seij, was baptised on 28 October 1757 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Laurent de Baere and Maria de Windt), and died there on 18 November 1757.
4. Bernard Seij, was baptised on 5 November 1758 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Ci and Maria Norbertina de Zutter), and died on Friday, 29 January 1808 in Heille, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married Barbe van Hout(t)e.
5. Josef Seij, was baptised on 15 August 1762 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Motte and Susanna Vercraije). On 11 November 1787 in Aardenburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Petronella Theresia de Baere, a daughter of Antonius de Baere and Joanna Theresia Cauwe, who was born on 27 October 1763 in Eede, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised on 27 October 1763 in Middelburg, Belgium.
6. Ambroos Seij, was baptised on 9 March 1766 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Verpoorter and Maria Clais), and died there on 25 May 1781.

 
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Joannes/Jan de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 26 September 1722 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
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Anna Maria de Waele, was baptised 5 November 1696 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Andreas de Vos and Anna Bulaer), and died on 5 May 1740 in Maldegem. [possible parents]
 
Children of Jean de Zutter and Anna Maria de Waele
1. Petronella Joanna de Zuttere, was baptised on 19 June 1723 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Peter Waelens and Catharina de Wint), and died there unmarried on 10 September 1745.
2. Maria Cornelia de Zuttere, was born on 17 February 1726 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Martin Peveron and Joana de Rouck).
3. Frans Jan de Zuttere, was born on 25 April 1729 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Frans van Hecke and Joanna Cornelia Uijtterschaut), and died there on 19 October 1730.
4. Peter Jan de Zuttere, was born on 15 July 1731 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joanna Grammens), and died there on 30 October 1735
5. Jacob Bernard de Zuttere, was born on 21 January 1734 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Pringiest and Joanna Hauterschaut), and died there on 5 April 1743.
6. Maria Norbertina/Norberta de Zutter, married Jean Francois Sies/Johannes Franciscus Sies.

 
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Arnoldus Boerendonk, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1722 probably in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died in 1775. He married on Sunday, 12 February 1747 at the Roman Catholic Church in Hontenisse. Witnesses were Petrus Buijtaert and Joanna Heremans [parents]
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Joanna Heremans, was born at 7:00 P.M. on Monday, 10 September 1725 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, 12 September 1725 (Godparents: Jacobus Roels and Joanna Mertens). [parents]
 
Children of Arnoldus Boerendonk and Johanna Heremans
1. Judocus Boerendonk, married Pietronella Scheerlink.
2. Wilhelmus Boerendonk, was born at 7:00 P.M. on 29 September 1751 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Friday, 1 October 1751 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Joannes de Meulder and Catharina Heremans).
3. Petrus Boerendonk, was born on Thursday, 9 November 1752 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Saturday, 11 November 1752 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Egidus Beurm and Joanna Janses).
4. Anna Catharina Boerendonk, was born at 1:00 A.M. on 17 January 1754 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised there on Friday, 18 January 1754 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Marinus Vleeschauwer and Anna Adriaenses), and died young.
5. Johannes Boerendonk, was born at 11:00 A.M. on 15 May 1755 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Thursday, 15 May 1755 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Joannes Hael and Maria Anna Brugheman).
6. Anna Catharina Boerendonk, was born at 11:00 P.M. on 9 March 1757 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Thursday, 10 March 1757 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Marinus Vleeschauwer and Anna Adriaenses).
7. Elisabet Boerendonk, was born at 3:00 A.M. on 2 October 1759 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Wednesday, 3 October 1759 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Judocus Leenknecht and Elisabet Cappendeijck).
8. Thomas Boerendonk, was born at 3:00 A.M. on 2 October 1759 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Wednesday, 3 October 1759 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Thomas Vervoort and Petronella van Huffele).
9. Adrianus Boerendonk, was born at 11:00 A.M. on 24 December 1761 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Friday, 25 December 1761 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Adrianus Brugghemans and Catharina Maria Magd. Vervoort).

 
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Jan Scheerlink, was baptised on (__) February 1715 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van Langenhove en Anna De (__)). [parents]
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Josina/Judoca Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 21 January 1716 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Van Den Maele en Josina Van Wetteren). [parents]
 
Children of Jan Scheerlink and Judoca Pelsmaecker
1. Judocus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 20 May 1746 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Scherlinck en Catharina Van Wetteren), and died on Sunday, 4 January 1807 in Boschkapelle, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On Sunday, 24 January 1773 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married as his first wife Maria Magdal/Magdeleine Andriessen. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Franc. Totte and Judoca van den Broeck. On 23 October 1784 he married as his second wife Josijna/Jossine/Judoca Melief, a daughter of Engel Melief and Maria Verdonck, who was born in 1747 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died on Monday, 30 June 1828 in Boschkapelle.
2. Theresia Scheerlinck, was baptised on 13 October 1747 Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Scherlinck en Anna Hulstbosch), died there on 23 November 1747, and was buried there on 24 November 1747.
3. Andreas Scheerlinck, was baptised on 5 December 1748 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Andreas Daens en Maria Judoca De Rijck). He is probably the Andries who married Anna Catharina Verhoeven.
4. Pietronella Scheerlink, married Judocus Boerendonk.
5. Theresia Scheerlinck, was baptised on 13 August 1752 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Meert en Anna Maria De Schrijver), and died there on 3 December 1752.
6. Franciscus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 30 May 1754 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Franciscus De Pauw en Joanna Maria Scherlinck).

 
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Petrus Joannis van Opdorp, was born in 1724 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium, and died in 1775 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married there on 31 October 1756. [parents]
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Antonia de Ridder, was born on 25 August 1729 in Merchtem, Brabant, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus Joannis van Opdorp and Antonia de Ridder
1. Adrianus Franciscus/Adriaaan Francies van Opdorp, married Maria Anna de Poorter.
2. Anna Catharina Van Opdorp, was baptised on 12 February 1756 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Barbara Van Opdorp, was baptised on 20 November 1758 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
4. Jan Baptist Van Opdorp, was baptised on 9 October 1761 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on Monday, 9 July 1804 (Republic date 20 Messidor XII) in Hoofdplaat, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married as her first husband Victoria Verschave, a daughter of Pieter Johannis Verschave and Maria Catharina Verbrugge, who was born on 26 March 1771 in Hooglede, West Flanders, Belgium. On Wednesday, 24 July 1805, in Schoondijke, Zeeland, The Netherlands, Victoria married as her second husband Johannis de Ridder.
5. Petrus Jan Van Opdorp, was baptised on 12 February 1764 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married Isabella Coppens.
6. Petrus Van Opdorp, was baptised on 14 October 1765 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 30 May 1797 in Lebbeke he married Maria Booghmans/Bochman.
7. Petrus Josephus Van Opdorp, was baptised 14 June 1769 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
8. Theresia Van Opdorp, was baptised on 15 January 1774 in Lebbeke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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John Francisco, was born in Pequannock, Morris County, New Jersey, either on 3 July (as it appears on his Revolutionary War Pension) or 27 July (as it appears in the family Bible record). He died on 21 December 1832 and was buried in Lord Cemetery, just inside the Ontario County line from Yates County, New York. He married about 1769 in New Jersey as his first wife Sarah Mandeville. He married as his second wife Abigail (__), who was born on 3 January 1781, and died on 8 April 1852 in Rushville, Gorham, Ontario County, New York. [parents]

John moved to New York State in the early 1770's where he served in Lieutenant Colonel Yates' Regiment, 14 Albany County New York Militia during the Revolutionary War. His will, dated 22 July 1831 and proved 28 January 1833 mentioned that his wife was to have $300, son Francis Francisco, $200, and he further mentions the heirs of daughter Lany Faks (husband, John), sons Henry and John, Henry's son, Isaac, and his daughter Henrietta Morse (husband Morgan Morse), heirs of son, Thomas (property in Town of Wells, Montgomery County), son David, heirs of son Cornelis, heirs of daughter Olive Fake, as well as "money deposited in Troy Savings Bank, claimed by me on one side and by Andrew, Jacob A., and John A. Snider and Gilbert Alexander against me. The executors were Adam Fake and Amasa Gage and the witnesses were Oliver Phelps and Robert Lyon of Canadaigua. A codicil, dated 27 December 1832 mentioned Henrietta, "now wife of Morgan L. Morse, and daughter of my late son Henry." The witnesses were Chester Loomis and William C. Gooding of Gorham. A second codicil, dated 29 December 1832, had as its witnesses Chester Loomis and Adam Fake.

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Sarah Mandeville, was born on 14 December 1749 in New Jersey. She died on 9 July 1820 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, and was buried in Cooksboro, on the east side of Speigleton, Raymerton Rd., in the rear of the school-house, east of Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of John Francisco and Sarah Mandeville
1. Hendrick Francisco, was born on 30 June 1770, baptised on 6 September 1770 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Hendrick Mandeviel and Lena Mandeviel), and died prior to 27 December 1832. About 1791 he married Elizabeth (__).
2. Madeleena Francisco, was born on 1 September 1774 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, baptised (no date) 1774 (as Marlena) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: Jurry Fransisko and Derckye Mandeville), and died prior to 9 October 1814 (on which date her husband married as his second wife Susanna See). On 6 June 1796 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schghticoke, she married John Ray Fake, a son of John George Fake and Mary Elizabeth Loanes (or Lohnes), who was born on 5 March 1776 in Pittstown, and died on 4 February 1825 in Pittstown. She was called "Aule Francisco" in the marriage record.
3. Thomas T. Francisco, was born on 2 January 1777 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, baptised (no date) 1777 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Shaghticoke (wit.: Thomas Francisko and Elizabeth Mandeviel), and died prior to 22 July 1831 in Wells, New York. He married Christina (__).

His father's will states, "To heirs of my son Thomas, I give and devise all my real estate in the town of Wells in the County of Montgomery, to hold the same to their use and their heirs and assigns forever."

4. Cornelius Francisco, was born on 25 March 1782 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, baptised (no date 1782) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: Cornelius Fransisko and Antie Demore), and died prior to 1831 in Brighton, Monroe County, New York. He married Rebecca Ketchum, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1784, and died on 15 September 1821 in Pittstown.

The will of Cornelius was probated in January 1831. All children (Chauncey, Maria, Samantha, Daniel, and William) were mentioned in their father's will.

5. Francis Francisco, married Leveyntje Van Ness.
6. David Francisco, was born on 27 April 1787 and was baptized at Tamhenick as recorded at the Lutheran Church of Albany (wit.: Michael Francisco and wife Annatje). He died young.
7. Alida Francisco, was born on 28 June 1790 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, baptised on 6 March 1791 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: None), died on 21 November 1865 age 75 yrs. 4 mo. 21 days, and was buried in the Schaghticoke Old Lutheran Cemetery. She married Jacob Fake, a son of John George Fake and Mary Elizabeth Loanes (or Lohnes), who was born on 4 June 1785 in Pittstown, died on 22 February 1816 age 30 yrs. 8 mo. 18 days, and was buried next to his wife ("He was a tender parent and an affectionate husband").
8. David Francisco, was born on 1 January 1793 and baptised on 2 January 1793 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: None).
9. John Francisco, was born "the 2 of 1794" (possibly on 2 May 1794) and baptised on 5 July 1795 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: Thomas Francisco and Elisabeth Francisco).

 
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John Van Ness, was baptised on 25 November 1759 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Lowis and Rebecca Van Woert), died on 30 December 1838 probably in Monroe County, New York, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe County, New York. He married on 15 July 1784 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Shaghticoke. [parents]

He was a soldier of the Revolutionay War. His name appears several times in the manuscript record, "Certificates of Treasurer," Col. 8, on file in the New York State Library at Albany, New York. They show that he received pay for his services as a private in Captain Thomas Brown's company of the 14th Regiment, Albany County New York Militia, commanded by Colonel Peter Yates and Lieutenant-Colonel John Van Rensselaer. He did not receive a pension for his military services.

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Alida Francisco, was born on 19 February 1767/1768, died on 28 November 1833 probably in Monroe County, New York, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Rochester, Monroe County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of John Van Ness and Alida Francisco
1. Alida Van Ness, was baptized on 27 November 1784 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Shaghticoke (wit.: Jacob N. Ness and Cattrina Bra). She married Joseph Ketcham, possibly a son of Daniel Ketcham and Mary Hall, was born on 12 August 1777 at Pittstown, Rensselaer, New York, died on 6 May 1856 at age 78, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York.

He was living in Perinton, Monroe County, New York, in 1855 according to census records for that locale. They also state that he moved to Monroe County about 1839.

2. Leventje Van Ness, married Francis Francisco.
3. Sara Van Ness, was born on 5 January 1789, and baptized on 27 November 1789 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke (wit.: Jacob V. Valkenburg and Sara V. Ness). She married Jeremiah Grey Blaisdell, a son of Thomas Blaisdell and Isabell Finne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1789 at Redding, Fairfield County, Connecticut, and died on 7 August 1825 at Junius, Seneca County, New York.
4. Cornelius C. Van Ness, was born on 26 February 1792, baptised on 12 March 1792 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Saratoga (wit.: None), died on 2 November 1871, aged 79 years, 9 months, and 11 days, and was buried in Rushville Cemetery, Gorham, Ontario County, New York. About 1840 he married Loraine Gage, a daughter of Amasa Gage and Barbara Ann Overacker, who was born on 23 October 1808 at Gorham Township, Ontario, New York , died on 17 January 1877 probably at Gorham, Ontario County, New York, and was probably buried in the Rushville Cemetery in Gorham.

He was listed on the 1836 tax roll for Monroe County, New York, as having 73 acres in lot 50. He was not on the 1843 roll.

5. John H. Van Ness, Jr., was born on 20 March 1794, died on 10 May 1860 at age 66, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York. He married as his first wife Betsey (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1800, died on 28 July 1854, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York. He married as his second wife Mary E. Hannan, a daughter of James Hannan and Lucretia (__), who was born on 2 January 1821, died on 6 February 1859 at age 38, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York.
6. Anna Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1796 based on cemetery records which record her as being 43 years old at the time of her death, which occurred on 27 June 1839. She married as his first wife Hiram Cronkhite, who had no birth or baptismal record and was either born about 1799 [based on the 1850 census for Henrietta, Monroe County, New York, in which he claimed to be 51 years old], or about 1802 [based on cemetery records which state that he was 65 years of age when he died in 1867], died on 13 March 1867, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York.

Hiram married as his second wife Sarah Ketchum. He was mentioned in the will of his father-in-law, John Van Ness. A road was laid by his house in 1833. In 1836 he was found on the tax rolls with unknown acreage in lot 65. In 1843, he again appeared on the tax roll with 168 acres in lots 61, 65, and 66. Hiram Cronkhite appeared in the 1850 census for Henrietta, Monroe County, New York. His occupation was listed as farmer, as owning real estate valued at $15,000, and as having been born in New York. Among the others listed in his household were Sally, aged 36 (his second wife), Hiram, aged 24, Myron, aged 14, Sarah, aged 9, Stephen, aged 6, and Eliza, aged 11 months. Hiram was also found on a juror list for 1859.

7. Peter P. Van Ness, was born on 11 March 1798, baptized on (__) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tiossiock, died in 1850, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York. He married Sally (__).

He built a house in 1810 on Bushnell's Basin Victor Road east of the school (later acc. by Jenson (__)).

8. Henry F. Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1800 at Rensselaer, New York, died on 3 November 1873, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York. He married Sarah Maria (__).
9. Jacob Van Ness, was born on 5 February 1805 at Hoosick, Rensselaer, New York, died on 10 September 1868 at age 63, and was buried in Peek Cemetery, Florence Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. About 1827 he married Maria Morrison, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1807, based on 1850 census recorded for Mendon, St. Joseph County, Michigan, which state that she was 43 years old at the time of the census.

He owned real estate valued at $2000 at the time of the 1850 census for Mendon, St. Joseph County, Michigan. His occupation was listed as farmer.

10. Abraham D. Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1808, died on 26 July 1854, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York. He married, but his wife's name is unknown. She died prior to the writing of his will.

In his will (undated), he mentioned his heirs (brothers and sisters): Cornelius C. Van Ness of Gorham, Ontario County, New York; Henry Van Ness of Mendon, Michigan; John Van Ness of Perinton, Monroe County, New York; all of full age; Lavinia Francis, a widow of Webster, Monroe County, New York; Sally Blaisdell, a widow of Troy, Ontario County, New York; Catherine Barnhart, a widow of Mendon, Monroe County, New York, all of full age. He also mentioned children of a deceased brother Peter: Mary Jane, wife of Eliphalet Laphem, of Plymouth, Michigan, John Van Ness of Perinton, Helen, wife of Lester Smith of Perinton. He also mentioned Margarte L. Ketchum of Florence, Michigan; Daniel Ketchum of Webster, John V.N. Ketchum of Perinton, Alida M., wife of Jacob Van Ness of Hannibal, New York; Sally Ann Mosier, a widow of Florence, Michigan; Phebe, wife of Joshua Washburn of Gorham, Ontario County, New York; William Ketchum of Perinton, all of whom are children of Alida, a deceased sister, also several by the name of Cronkhite, illegible, being children of a deceased sister, unnamed.

11. Catherine Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record. She married David H. Barnhart, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1799, died on 23 July 1851, and was buried in Bushnell's Basin Cemetery, Perinton, Monroe County, New York.

David appeared in the 1840 census for Perrinton, Monroe County, New York, and in the 1850 census for Webster, Monroe County, New York.


 
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Cornelius Drake, was born in 1754, baptised on 7 February 1757 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey, died on 15 December 1839 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married on 2 February 1786 in New Jersey. [parents]

Cornelius appeared on the Hanover Township, Morris County, New Jersey, Tax Rolls from 1786 to 1807. An abstract of a Morris County, New Jersey, pension application dated 12 July 1824 states that Cornelius "enlisted for the term of one year on 14 February 1776 in the company commanded by Peter Dickerson in the 3rd Jersey Regiment commanded by Colonel Elias Dayton on the Continental Establishment - that at the expiration of the year he enlisted again in the same company and continued to serve until the disbanding of the army in 1783 - that he was present at the affair of the Short Hills in Essex County State of New Jersey in the year 1777. That he was engaged in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, and Monmouth and that he was present at the taking of Cornwallis at Yorktown and that he served in the Western Campaign in the year 1779 against the Indians under General Sullivan - that his named had been placed on the pension list and dropped there from on account of his property ... that he has a grandson and a daughter from whom he has received some little assistance - that his employment is a farmer and that he has hitherto been able to rent a small place but that in consequence of his advanced age (he being sixty nine years and nearly nine months old) that profits he is able to devise from that pursuit had become entirely inadequate to his maintenance." On 29 September 1824, Cornelius Drake, being duly sworn in open court, stated, among other things, that he had bought a small house and lot of land in Morris County in 1807 and that he continued to live on said place until 1822, when he sold it and bought a small place in Roxbury township, expecting to pay the balance of the purchase price "by coleing and cutting wood off the place; but the sickness and death of a part of his family disables him from making the residue of the payments and compelled him to give up the place to the vendor and loose all of his first payment (two hundred and ten dollars) except ten dollars." Recites that he will be 70 years old on the ensueing 20th October, 1824.

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Nansey Genung, was born on 22 May 1764 in New Jersey, and died on 11 March 1823, probably in New Jersey. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelius Drake and Nansey Genung
1. Rhoda Drake, was born on 12 April 1787 probably in New Jersey, died on 28 November 1865, aged 78 years, 7 months, and 14 days, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. On 8 February 1809 she married as her first husband Samuel Canfield, a son of Timothy Canfield and Experience Cady, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1780 in Morris County, New Jersey, and died on May 1822 in Denville, Morris County, New Jersey. After 1822 she married as her second husband and as his second wife John Bowers, widower of Rhoda's sister Susannah Drake, who had no birth or baptismal record, died on 8 May 1860, aged 76 years, 4 months, and 10 days, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery.

While it is not known if Rhoda had children by John Bowers, a Squire Bowers and his wife, Hannah, buried a child named Mary J. Bowers (died on 5 October 1852, aged 3 years, 1 month, and 16 days) in West Webster Cemetery.

2. William Drake, married Charlotte Van Zile.
3. Susannah Drake, was born on 16 March 1791 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, and died on 1 May 1822. On 27 December 1811 she married as his first wife John Bowers, who had no birth or baptismal record, died on 8 May 1860, aged 76 years, 4 months, and 10 days, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. He married after 1822 as his second wife Rhoda Drake, sister of Susannah.

While it is not known if this couple had children, a Squire Bowers and his wife, Hannah, buried a child named Mary J. Bowers (died on 5 October 1852, aged 3 years, 1 month, and 16 days) in West Webster Cemetery.

4. Isaac Drake, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1793 in New Jersey, died on 28 May 1882 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, and was buried there in West Webster Cemetery. He married as his first wife Esther Burnet, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1793, died in 1861 in Webster, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery. On 15 September 1865 in Webster, Monroe County, New York, he married as his second wife Louisa Thompson, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1815.
5. Phoebe Drake, was born on 20 August 1795 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, and died unmarried on 15 August 1815.
6. Mary Drake, was born on 20 October 1798 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, died on 9 February 1873, aged 74 years, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery, Webster, Monroe County, New York. On 16 June 1824 she married Joshua Mott, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1783, died on 28 April 1858, aged 75 years, and was buried in West Webster Cemetery. Mary was listed in the New York State census of 1855 for Monroe County, New York, and stated that she had lived in that county for 30 years.
7. Cornelius Drake, was born on 7 May 1801 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. On 20 January he married Martha Tunis.
8. Antie Drake, was born on 28 September 1809 in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, and died on 13 September 1810.

 
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Peter Brewer, was baptised on 12 April 1754 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Benjamin Lozier and Dina de Groot, zyn huis v.). He died between 10 April 1830 and 29 November 1830 (the dates that his will was written and proved) in Claverack, Columbia County, New York. [parents]

Peter's will was dated 10 April 1830, proved 29 November 1830 and in it he named his sons: Peter, Abraham, David, Samuel, and John, his daughters: Maria, wife of Lawrence L. Lant, Jane, wife of Michael McCad, and Gitty, wife of Varnum Garner. The executors were Dr. Jacob S. Miller and William W. Rockefeller, and the witnesses were John I. Miller of Claverack, I.A. Van Walkenburgh of Claverack, and Lawrence G. Gant.
221
Maritje Herder, was baptised on 5 April 1756 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Benjamin B. Rees and Maria Herder). She was not mentioned in her husband's will dated 10 April 1830, and is presumed to have been deceased. [parents]

 
Children of Peter Brewer and Maritje Herder
1. David Brewer, was baptised on 28 July 1776 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: David Brouwer and Neeltje Witmore). On 26 August 1801 he married Catherine Miesig.
2. Maria Brewer, was baptised on 9 August 1778 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Michael Herter and Maria, his wife). Prior to 29 September 1798 she married as her first husband John Herder, the son of Jan Herder and Kommertje Hoes, who was born on 6 May 1780, baptised on 18 June 1780 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: John Smith, Joris Herder, and Geertruit Decker), and died prior to 1 June 1800. On 1 June 1800 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack she married as her second husband Lawrence L. Land, the son of Laurence Landt and Christiena Schults, who was born on 23 April 1781, baptised on (date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverck (wit.: ), and died on 29 October 1837 in Durham, Greene County, New York. On 30 April 1842 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack she married as her third husband Caspar Sheffer Dobbs, who was born on 18 August 1782 and baptised (date?) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook (wit.: ).
Maria Brewer and Lawrence Landt have other descendants, such as:
.Laurance Landt - Cathlina Hess
 .Lewis Gebhard Landt - Caroline Mary Pulver
  .Mathias Cole Landt - Hulda Theresa Benson
   .DANIEL BECKWITH LANDT (1896-1961) singer
   .KARL BENSON LANDT (1908-1997) singer
   .JOHN MATHIAS LANDT (1911-1959) singer
      
3. Peter Brewer, was born on 18 March 1781 and baptised on 8 April 1781 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Peter Herder and Hilletje Herder). Possibly on 15 November 1812 he married Polly Weaver.
4. Michael Brewer, was born on 22 September 1783 and baptised on 2 November 1783 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Michael Herder and Catharina Smith).
5. Benjamin Brewer, was born on 11 January 1786 and baptised on 26 February 1786 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Ghent (wit.: Benjamin Herder and Linje Herder). He probably died prior to 10 April 1830 as he was not mentioned in his father's will.
6. Jannetje Brewer, was born on 4 May 1788 and baptised on 8 June 1788 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Andrew McCarshore and Elizabeth Brewer). On 16 October 1822 she married Michael (McCann or McCad).
7. Samuel Brewer, married Elizabeth Hess.
8. Johannes Brewer, was born on 3 November 1793 and baptised on 1 December 1793 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Johannes P. Schmit and Gertruy Herder).
9. Abraham Brewer, was born on 24 April 1796 and baptised on 29 May 1796 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Peter Schmit, Jr. and Elizabeth Schmit). Possibly on 19 April 1824 he married Letty Smith.
10. Gertje Brewer, was born on 30 October 1798 and baptised on 9 December 1798 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jores M. Herder and Gertje Decker). She married Varnum Garner.

 
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Michael Hess, was born on 14 October 1753 (tombstone) and baptised on 12 November 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Church of Germantown (wit.: Michel Scherp, and wife Anna Elisabeth Carpin). He died on 5 December 1839 (tombstone) and was buried in the Teal Plot, Ogden Farm, Roxbury Road, Claverack, Columbia County, New York. His will being proved on 23 February 1839 calls his death date into question. He married on 10 February 1784 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack. [parents]

According to his tombstone inscription, Michael's birth date occurred almost a year *after* his baptism, and his death occurred almost a year *after* his will was proved. The tombstone inscriptions are suspect. Michael served as a private in the 8th Regiment, Albany County Militia during the Revolutionary War. His will, dated 9 February 1831, and proved 23 February 1839 mentioned his wife Margaret; children Margaret, John, Cornelia, Caroline, Jeremiah, Rachel, Betsey, wife of Samuel Brewer, Jacob, Sally; Margaret and Catharina, children of my daughter Catherine, late wife of David Shufelt, decd.; Cornelia, Caroline, Jacob, Oscar, Mary Ann, children of my dau. Polly, late wife of James S. Showers, decd.; Maria, Margaret, Christina, Michael, Lawrence, George William, children of my late son Geo. Wm. decd. Executors were Stephen Storm, son Jeremiah, and Corn. I. Miller. Witnesses were Stephen Storm, Corn. I. Miller, and A.L. Jordan.
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Margaret Schauer, was born on 14 November 1765. She died on 16 January 1839 and was buried in the Teal Plot, Ogden Farm, Roxbury Road, Claverack, Columbia County, New York. [parents]

 
Children of Michael Hess and Margaret Schauer
1. Margaretha Hess, was born on 18 October 1784 and baptised on 7 November 1784 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Johannes Scharp and Margaretha Hess).
2. Johannes Hess, was born on 18 December 1786 and baptised on 14 January 1787 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Ghent (wit.: Johannes Scherp and Catarina Schauers). He married Jane Miller.
3. Elizabeth Hess, married Samuel Brewer.
4. Catherine Hess, was born on 29 July 1791 and baptised on 28 August 1781 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Heinrich Stoppelbeen and Catharine Hoes). She married David Shufelt.
5. Maria Hess, was born on 19 March 1794 and baptised on 6 April 1794 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hillsdale (wit.: Johannes Klapper and Elizabeth Morvin). She married James S. Showers.
6. George Willem Hess, was born on 20 August 1796 and baptised on 25 September 1796 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Wilhelmus Grad and Magdalena Maul). He married Maria Land, who was born on 24 January 1801 and baptised on 15 February 1801 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Peter Brower and Maria Herder), a daughter of Lawrance L. Land and Maria Brewer.
7. Jacob Hess, was born on 9 November 1798 and baptised on 23 December 1798 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jacob Scherp and Catharine Heisser).
8. Cornelia Hess, was born on 17 February 1801 and baptised on 5 April 1801 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: William Miller and Cathrina Smit). She possibly married Michael A. Land.
9. Cathlina Hess, was born on 17 February 1801 and baptised on 5 April 1801 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Lorenz Diel and Elizabeth Deder). On 10 July 1824 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack she married Laurance Landt, who was born on 13 November 1802 and baptised on 5 December 1802 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: William Shultz and Christina Shultz), a son of Lawrence L. Landt and Maria Brewer.
Laurance Landt and Cathlina Hess have other descendants, such as:
.Lewis Gebhard Landt - Caroline Mary Pulver
 .Mathias Cole Landt - Hulda Theresa Benson
  .DANIEL BECKWITH LANDT (1896-1961) singer
  .KARL BENSON LANDT (1908-1997) singer
  .JOHN MATHIAS LANDT (1911-1959) singer
      
10. Jeremias Hess, was baptised on 6 January 1804 and baptised on 11 March 1804 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Johannes C. Muller and Gertruy Schinkle). He may possibly be the Jeremias Hess who married Margaret Smith.
11. Sally Hess, was born on 27 March 1806 and baptised on 18 May 1806 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jacob Sharp jr and Sally Renny).
12. Rachel Hess, was born on 8 December 1808 and baptised on 22 January 1809 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: the Parents).

 
GENERATION 9
260
Simon de Taeye, was born on 22 February 1653 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 February 1653, and died there on 23 August 1720. On 25 January 1682 in Lembeke he married as his first wife Elisabeth Buysse. Prior to 1693 he married as his second wife Christophora van Voore, who had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Simon de Taeye and Christophora van Voore
1. Maria de Taeye, was born on 31 March 1693 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 1 April 1693, and died there prior to 1720.
2. Joanna de Taeye, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1694 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, died there on 17 September 1694, and was buried there on 18 September 1694.
3. Elisabeth de Taeye, was born on 6 August 1695 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there prior to 1720.
4. Judoca de Taeye, was born on 8 March 1699 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 15 March 1737. On 29 April 1724 in Lembeke she married as his first wife Cornelius Verheecke, a son of Petrus Verheecke and Joanna van de Kerckhove, who was born on 20 February 1696 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 19 November 1745. Cornelius married as his second wife Joanna Maria Dhaese.
5. Jan de Taeye, was born on 3 February 1702 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 4 February 1720, and died there prior to 1720.
6. Georges de Taeye, was born on 2 July 1707 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 3 July 1707, and died after 1719.

 
261
Elizabeth Buysse, was born on 4 August 1657 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 5 August 1657, and died there on 7 January 1692. [parents]
 
Children of Simon de Taeye and Elizabeth Buysse
1. Livina de Taeye, was born on 28 August 1683 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 29 August 1683, and died there prior to 1686.
2. Livina de Taeye, was born on 6 January 1686 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and was baptised there on the same day.
3. Judocus de Taeye, was born on 13 August 1689 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and was baptised there on the same day.
4. Petrus de Taeye, married Jacoba Drieghe.

 
262
Adriaen Drieghe, had no birth or baptisamal record, and died on 26 May 1728 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 6 May 1695 in Lembeke.
263
Joanna Aerts, was born on 7 March 1650 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 13 March 1650, and died there on 25 March 1721. On 6 June 1679 in Lembeke she married as her first husband and as his second wife Johannes Dhaese, the widower of Maria Laute and a son of Arnold Dhaese and Margareta Martens, who was born on 28 March 1633 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 13 February 1694. On 6 May 1695 she married as her second husband Adriaen Drieghe. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Dhaese and Joanna Aerts
1. Livinus Dhaese, was born on 19 December 1680 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 20 December 1680, and died there prior to 1694.
2. Joannes Dhaese, was born on 4 February 1682 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same date, and died there prior to 1683.
3. Joannes Dhaese, was born on 27 February 1683 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same date.
4. Judocus Dhaese, was born on 19 July 1685 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 5 June 1764. On 23 October 1710 in Lembeke he married Magdalena Verhelst, a daughter of Petrus Verhelst and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died about 7 November 1731 in Lembeke.
5. Livina Dhaese, was born on 16 March 1687 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 17 March 1687, and died on 26 April 1764 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 14 February 1706 in Lembeke she married as her first husband Judocus de Backer, a son of Martin de Backer and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1685, and died on 12 May 1715 in Kaprijke. After 1715 she married as her second husband Lieven Heetesonne, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 23 April 1731 in Kaprijke. She married as her third husband Petrus Uytterschaut, who had no birth or baptismal record.
6. Andries Dhaese, was born on 24 May 1689 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 May 1689, and died prior to 1694.

 
 
Children of Adriaen Drieghe and Joanna Aerts
1. Jacoba Drieghe, married Petrus de Taeye.

 
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(possibly) Petrus Lacaeyse, was born on 6 April 1627 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 11 March 1668 [parents]
265
(possibly) Alouisa Vanwastene, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 31 March 1668 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Petrus Lacaeyse and Alouisa Vanwastene
1. Livinus Lacaeyse, married Lavina Mestdagh.

 
268
Jacques/Jacobus van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 22 July 1705 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
269
Jacquemijnken/Jacoba Standaert, was born on 8 December 1669 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 9 December 1669. [parents]
 
Children of Jacobus van Overvelt and Jacoba Standaert
1. Joannes van Overvelt, married Judoca van de Wattijne.
2. Jorijnken van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1698 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders Belgium.
3. Jooris van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1701 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders Belgium.
4. Joanna van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1705 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders Belgium.

 
270
Joannes van de Wattijne, had no birth or baptismal record.
271
Anna Goossens, was born on 23 May 1659 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 May 1659, and died there on 12 September 1704. On 14 June 1682 in Lembeke she married as her first husband Petrus Heyman, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 21 November 1693. She married as her second husband Joannes van de Watine. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus Heyman and Anna Goossens
1. Joanna Heyman, was born on 30 November 1684 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there prior to 1692.
2. Petronella Heyman, was born on 14 February 1687 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 15 Febuary 1687.
3. Elisabeth Heyman, was born on 9 December 1689 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 11 December 1689, and died on 31 January 1761. On 28 July 1709 in Lembeke she married Gillis/Egidius van de Rostijne, a son of Jacobus van de Rostijne and Anna Teirlinck, who was born on 17 July 1686 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died on 27 November 1739.
4. Joanna Maria Heyman, was born on 12 May 1692 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 13 May 1692.

 
 
Children of Joannes van de Wattijne and Anna Goossens
1. Livinus van de Watine, was born on 1 March 1695 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 3 September 1695, and died there on 25 September 1702.
2. Judoca van de Wattijne, married Joannes van Overvelt.

 
276
Joannes/Jan Vergauwe, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 14 November 1700 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium (witnesses: Jan Mellier and Antoon Reijnheere).
277
Maria Simoens, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 22 December 1719 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Joannes/Jan Vergauwe and Maria Simoens
1. Petronella/Petronilla Vergauwe, was baptised on 10 August 1701 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Sijmoens and Petronilla Vergauwe), and died prior to 1713.
2. Antonius/Antoon Vergauwe, married Elisabeth (Isabelle) Steijaert.
3. Maximilianus Emmanuel Vergauwe, was born on 20 November 1704 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 21 November 1704 (Godparents: Emanuel Vergauwe and Caroline Sijmoens), and died there on 17 December 1740. On 25 February 1732 in Sint-Laureins (witness(es): Antoon Vergauwe and Petronella Blondeel) he married as her first husband Maria Cornelia Blondeel, a daughter of Cornelis/Corneel Blondeel and Catharina van Noorde, who was born on 1 March 1714 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on the same day (Godparents: August Lammens and Jacoba Blondeel), and died there on 25 February 1761. Banns for their marriage were published on 10 February 1732 in Sint-Laureins (witnesses: Ludovicus van Vooren and Petronella Blondeel). She married as her second husband Joannes/Jan van Quekelberghe, and as her third husband Petrus Joannes/Peter Jan de Vuldere.
4. Anna Maria Vergauwe, was born on 23 February 1706 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Jan van Hijfte and Anna Sijmoens), and died there on 30 July 1706.
5. Joanna Cornelia Vergauwe, was born on 25 October 1711 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 26 October 1711 (Godparents: Jan Amelijnck and Joanna Vereecke).
6. Petronella Vergauwe, was born on 23 March 1713 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 24 March 1713 (Godparents: Peter Luntjens and Petronella Claeijs), and died there on 20 August 1714.
7. Petronella Catharina Vergauwe, was born on 19 September 1714 Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Laurent Vereecke and Petronella Huijsman), and died there on 25 March 1738.
8. Judoca Vergauwe, was born on 14 February 1717 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day (Godparents: Judocus Sijmoens and Judoca Hoose).

 
288
Hubertus Nijskens, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
289
Johanna Vrencken, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
Children of Hubertus Nijskens and Johanna Vrencken
1. Isodorus Nijskens, was born on 15 November 1690 and baptised in Heythuijsen, Limburg, The Netherlands (Godparents: Henricus Luyts and Anna Vrencken).
2. Jacobus Nijskens, married Petronella Sweels.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
290
Corsius/Corst Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 4 September 1727 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands. He married on 20 May 1708 in Leveroy. Witnesses for the marriage were Thonisken Leen and Lambert Caris. [parents]
291
Petronilla (Neulken) Caris, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 6 February 1767 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands.

 
Children of Corsius/Corst Sweels and Petronilla (Neulken) Caris
1. Petronella Sweels, married Jacobus Nijskens.

 
296
Adrianus/Adriaan Seij, had no birth or baptismal record.
297
Joanna Claerhoudt, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
Children of Adrianus/Adriaan Seij and Joanna Claerhoudt
1. Pierre Sies/Petrus Seij, married Petronella Brigitta de Zuttere.
2. Petronella Theresia Seij, was baptised on 2 August 1705 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. (__) Seij, was born and died on 2 August 1705 in Middelburg, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
298
Joannes de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 29 May 1724 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
299
Anna Maria Claeijs, was baptised on 6 September 1683 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Philip de Zuttere and Magdalenea Boudins), and died there on 14 March 1730. Prior to 1701 probably in Maldegem she married as her first husband and as his second wife Franciscus Josephus/Frans Josef van de Wiele, the widower of Elisabeth de Rijcke and a son of Joannes van de Wiele and Jacoba Parmentier, who was baptised on 3 April 1657 in Maldegem, and died there on 27 July 1716. On 9 January 1717 in Maldegem she married as her second husband Peter de Vos, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1692, and died there on 16 October 1723. She married as her third husband Joannes de Zuttere.

 
Children of Joannes de Zuttere and Anna Maria Claeijs
1. Petronella Brigitta de Zuttere, married Pierre Sies/Petrus Seij.
2. Joannes/Jan de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1726, and died on 3 February 1730 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
 
Children of Franciscus Josephus/Frans Josef van de Wiele and Anna Maria Claeijs
1. Ignatius/Ignaas van de Wiele, was born on 1 November 1701 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
2. Cornelis/Corneel van de Wiele, was born on 28 January 1703 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
3. Anna Maria van de Wiele, was born on 30 March 1704 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died there on 3 July 1704.
4. Maria Catharina van de Wiele, was born on 21 September 1705 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date). [A Catharina vande Wiele died on 18 January 1727 in Maldegem, aged 21 years. On 24 January 1724 in Maldegem this Catharina married as his first wife Joannes Standaert, a son of Guilielm Standaert and Maria Cornelia Logist, whose birth date is in question may be either about 1694, about 1697, or 25 November 1699, all in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 25 January 1768 in Maldegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Cornelius Logiest and Petronella van de Wille.]
5. Willebordus/Willebord van de Wiele, was born on 12 November 1706 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died on 9 April 1715.
6. Petrus Jacobus/Peter Jacob van de Wiele, was born on 18 February 1709 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
7. Elisabeth van de Wiele, was born on 25 March 1710 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
8. Joanna Cornelia van de Wiele, was born on 10 October 1712 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died there on 23 June 1736. On 7 January 1732 in Maldegem she married Joannes/Jan Spelier, a son of Martinus/Martin Spelier and Livina Geens, who was born on 24 May 1707 in Maldegem, baptised there (no date), and died there on 4 June 1736.
9. Petronella Laurentia van de Wiele, was baptised on 30 September 1714 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
10. Anna Francisca van de Wiele, was born on 18 December 1715 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died there on 25 June 1716.

 
 
Children of Peter de Vos and Anna Maria Claeijs
1. Livien Bernard de Vos, was born about 29 November 1717 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 9 December 1717, aged 11 days.
2. Maria Magdlaena de Vos, was baptised on 21 July 1719 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Claeijs and Maria Magdalena de Zutter).
3. Jacob Peter de Vos, was baptised on 12 August 1721 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jacob Caulenaere and Anna Catharina Geernaert).
4. Anna Petronella de Vos, was baptised on 1 October 1723 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Ignaas vande Wiele and Anna Catharina vande Wiele), and died there on 1 January 1724.

 
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Cornelis/Corneel de Wael, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1651, and died on 21 April 1703 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married as his first wife Petronella/Petronilla Mortier, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1648, and died on 19 April 1690 in Maldegem. He married as his second wife Maria van Verdeghem.
 
Children of Cornelis/Corneel de Wael and Petronella/Petronilla Mortier
1. Petrus de Waele, was born on 5 December 1673 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died there on 9 February 1730. He married Maria Roelof, a daughter of Joannes/Jans Roelof and Maria de Bree, who was born on 16 June 1674 in Maldegem, and baptised there (no date).
2. Judoca de Waele, was born on 31 January 1676 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
3. Cornelia de Waele, was born on 5 July 1679 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
4. Maria Livina de Waele, was baptised on 19 November 1681 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
5. Barbara de Waele, was baptised on 8 February 1684 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 16 February 1734. With Banns published on 4 June 1709 in Maldegem she married Joannes Uijtterschaut, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1657, and died on 27 March 1719 in Maldegem.
6. Joannes/Jan de Waele, was born on 5 March 1686 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).

 
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Maria van Verdeghem, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658, and died on 20 May 1722 in Maldegem.
 
Children of Cornelis/Corneel de Wael and Maria van Verdeghem
1. Joanna de Waele, was born on 2 September 1691 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
2. Cornelis/Corneel de Waele, was born on 8 November 1693 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
3. Josephus Wihelmus/Josef Willem de Waele, was born on 5 November 1696 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there (no date).
4. Anna Maria de Waele, married Joannes/Jan de Zuttere.
5. Joannes/Jan de Waele, was baptised on 9 May 1699 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 13 February 1719.
6. Maria de Waele, was born on 27 April 1703 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date), and died there on 29 April 1703.

 
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Children of Judocus Heremans and Elisabeth de Wael
1. Arnoldus Boerendonk, married Joanna Heremans.
2. (speculation) Jacobus Boerendonk, had no birth or baptismal record. On Wednesday, 7 November 1764 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Albertina Vinck. Witnesses to the marriage were Egidius Buijtaert and Isabella de Schepper. Their child, Wilhelmmus, had as their baptismal sponsors Cornelius Leenknecht and Joanna Heremans, the latter sponsor most likely the wife of Arnoldus Boerendonk. Another Jacobus Boerendonk appears in 1753 with a wife named Anna Daris - could this be a first marriage for Jacobus, or a completely different Jacobus? Another Jacobus appears married to Anne Roels.

 
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Judocus Heremans, was born on Monday at 11:00 P.M. on 22 April 1696 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on 23 April 1696 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Judocus Heremans and Margareta Dinkens). He married on Sunday, 10 January 1723 at the Roman Catholic Church in Hontenisse (witnesses: Judoca Krieckaert and Joanna Mertens). [parents]
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Elisabeth de Wael, was born during the night on 20 January 1702 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Sunday, 22 January 1702 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Nicolaes van Mullem and Cecilia Noens). [parents]

 
Children of Judocus Heremans and Elisabeth de Wael
1. Apolonia Heremans, was born at 4:00 A.M. on Friday, 8 October 1723 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on 10 October 1723 (Godparents: Joannes Fonck and Catharina van Caer).
2. Petrus Heremans, was born at 1:00 A.M. on Friday, 8 October 1724 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, 10 October 1726 (Godparents: Livinus van Dam and Catharina Lambrechts), and died young.
3. Joanna Heremans, married Arnoldus Boerendonk.
4. Petrus Heremans, was born at 12:00 P.M. on Sunday, 8 December 1726 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, 10 December 1726 (Godparents: Petrus Suij and Maria Stommelinckx). On 22 February 1746 in Boschkapelle, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married Joanna Andriesen, who had no birth or baptismal record, and was born about 1725 probably in Boschkappele.
5. Joseph Heremans, was born on 1 January 1727 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married Adriana Asselman, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1730 possibly in Hulster, Zeeland, The Netherlands, a daughter of Petrus Asselman. She may also have been the Adriana baptised on 28 March 1735 in Stoppeldijk, Zeeland, The Netherlands, the daughter of Petri/Pieter Asselman and Anna Marie Molenaar.
6. Anna Catharina Heremans, was born at 10:00 P.M. on Monday, 9 February 1728 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, 10 February 1728 (Godparents: Petrus Koen and Anna Neve). On 4 August 1748 she married Paulus Vermorke.
7. Maria Anna Heremans, was born at 6:00 P.M. on Sunday, 26 June 1729 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, 29 June 1729 (Godparents: Judocus Volkrick and Anna Robijn).
8. Cornelius Heremans, was born at 6:00 P.M. on Wednesday, 20 June 1730 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Saturday, 22 June 1731 (Godparents: Cornelius de Wael and Anna Robijn), and died young.
9. Laurentius Heremans, was born 4:00 P.M. on Thursday, 10 July 1732 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there at the Roman Catholic Church on Friday, 11 July 1732 (Godparents: Laurentius Verhoeven and Elisabeth Robijn).
10. Judocus Heremans, was born at 11:00 P.M. on Wednesday, 8 June 1735 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Thursday, 9 June 1735 (Godparents: Judocus van der Neck and Judoca Catharina Ottermans).
11. Cornelis Heremans, was born at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday on 20 September 1737 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there at the Roman Catholic Church on Saturday, 21 September 1737 (Godparents: Cornelius Roel and Anthonia Berremans).

 
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Judocus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 19 February 1686 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Srob en Maria Keppens), and died there on 12 May 1756. He married on 13 October 1711 in Erembodegem (witnesses: Joannes Van Langenhove and Adriana Trist). [parents]
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Adriana de Schrijver, was baptised on 30 January 1685 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van Langenhove en Adriana Trist), and died there on 27 December 1753. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus Scheerlinck and Adriana de Schrijver
1. Gulielmus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 8 August 1712 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Reinerius Verelst i.n.v. Gulielmus De Brauwer en Ann De Rijck), died there on 20 January 1792, and was buried there on 21 January 1792. On 8 May 1740 he married Anna Maria Turiani, a daughter of Judocus Touriani and Barbara Verleijsen, who was baptised on 7 May 1714 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Joannes Dedemaecker en Anna Dedemaecker), died there on 26 April 1786, and was buried there on 28 April 1786. Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus Scherlinck and Judocus Tourriani.
2. Jan Scheerlinck, married Judoca de Pelsmaecker.
3. Joanna Maria Scheerlinck, was baptised on 24 January 1717 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus De Schrijvere en Joanna Maria Scheirlinc). On 2 September 1744 in Erembodegem she married Joannes Baptista van de Maele, a son of Judocus Van de Maele and Maria Meert, was baptised on 3 August 1719 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Joannes Baptista D'Haen en Anna Van Der Elst).
4. Franciscus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 12 March 1719 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Franciscus Verleijsen en Joannes De Scrijver). On 26 December 1748 in Erembodegem he married Maria Victoria de Clippel, a daughter of Joannes de Clippel and Catharina Beeckman, who was baptised on 23 December 1723 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Judocus De Clippel en Maria Kieckens). Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus Scherlinx and Adrianus de Clippel.
5. Judocus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 4 March 1722 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Verleijsen en Josina De Schrijvere), and died there on 4 February 1800. On 3 February 1754 in Erembodegem he married Joanna Catharina Gijsels, a daughter of Joannes Gijsels and Maria de Pauw, who was baptised on 1 September 1728 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Joannes De Pauw en Catharina Gijsels), and died there on 7 January 1775. Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus Scherlinck and Joannes Ghijsens.
6. Anna Maria Scheerlinck, was baptised on 11 July 1724 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Arijs en Anna Maria Van Santen).
7. (__) Scheerlinck, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 27 February 1725 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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Judocus de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 18 November 1670 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died on 25 October 1731 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 16 July 1702 in Erembodegem (witnesses: Egidius van Wetteren and Joannes van Hover). [parents]
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Catharina van Wetteren, was baptised on 27 December 1677 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Carolus Robert en Catharina Engelbert), and died there on 28 March 1754. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus de Pelsmaecker and Catharina van Wetteren
1. Egidius de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 1 May 1703 in Hekelgem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 12 February 1772 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 25 January 1728 in Erembodegem he married as his first wife Maria van Valckenborgh, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 17 September 1769 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus Pelsmaker and Egidius van Falkenborgh. He may also have married as his second wife Maria van den Wijngaert.
2. Joannes de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 5 February 1706 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van Haver en Adriana Robert).
3. Judocus de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 17 April 1711 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Wetteren en Adriana Roberdt), and died there on 19 March 1754. On 2 June 1745 in Erembodegem he married as his first wife Maria Anna Callebaut, who had no birth or baptismal record and died in Erembodegem on 1 August 1748 with burial there on 3 August 1748. Witnesses to the marriage were Egidius de Pelsmaeker and Petrus Callebaut. On 1 May 1749 in Erembodegem he married as his second wife Gertrudis Droeshaut, a daughter of Egidius Droeshout and Anna Callebaut, who was baptised on 25 January 1720 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Petrus Droeshaut en Gertrudis Van Den Velde), and died there on 29 September 1773. Witnesses to the marriage were Egidius de Pelsmaeker and Egidius Droeshout. She married as her second husband Egidius Vergheylen.
4. Josina/Judoca de Pelsmaecker, married Jan Scheerlinck.
5. Joanna de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 27 July 1718 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Redant en Joanna Van Varenbergh), and died there on 15 May 1805. On 8 June 1745 in Erembodegem she married Franciscus de Pauw, a son of Judocus de Pauw and Ludovica Steels, who was born about 1717 in Erembodegem, and died there on 17 April 1800. Witnesses to the marriage were Petrus Lambour and Joannes Scherlinck.

 
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Petrus Opdorp, had no birth or baptismal record.
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Maria Lammens, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus Opdorp and Maria Lammens
1. Petrus Johannes Opdorp, married Antonia de Ridder.

 
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Adrianus de Ridder, was baptised on 22 June 1695 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Verdoot en Maria Herpels), and died there on 28 April 1743. He married on 12 September 1724 in Merchtem. [parents]
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Catharina Boman/Booghmans, was baptised on 16 June 1688 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died there on 20 November 1762. [parents]
 
Children of Adrianus de Ridder and Catharina Boman/Booghmans
1. Andreas de Ridder, was baptised on 28 December 1725 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Andreas De Bont en Catharina Heymans), and died there on 7 January 1726.
2. (__) de Ridder, was baptised (by the midwife) on 28 December 1725 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: None), and died the same day.
3. Antonia de Ridder, married Petrus Joannis van Opdorp.
4. Adrianus de Ridder, was baptised on 10 October 1731 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Booghmans en Anna De Mayer).

 
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Johannis Francisco, was born on 7 December 1724 in Distorns Neck (Gansegat), Essex County, New Jersey, and died after 16 April 1771. He married on 30 April 1745 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk. [parents]

Johannis probably moved to New York about 1770 where he and his sons saw military service in the Albany County militia during the Revolution.

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Aeltje Doremus, was born on 14 December 1725 and baptised on 26 December 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Andries Hoppe and Abigail Akkerman). She married as her first husband Johannis Francisco. She married as her second husband and as his second wife Cornelis Van Ness, the widower of Alida Van Woert and a son of Gerrit Van Ness and Sara Van den Bergh, who was baptised on 19 January 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Joh. and Maria V.D. Bergh). [parents]
 
Children of Johannis Francisco and Aeltje Doremus
1. Henry Francisco, was born on 1 August 1745 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey. On 7 February 1779 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married as his first wife Jane Titchout, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1792. About 1792 he married as his second wife Elizabeth (__).

Henry appeared as a Private on the Roll of the 2nd Regiment of the New York line commanded by Colonel Philip Van Cortlandt. He appeared as a Private on the Roll of the 14th Regiment of the Albany Militia, commanded by Colonel Peter Yates. He may be the Henry Francisco who died intestate in August 1804. John Francisco, Edward Ryan, and Thomas P. Francisco were bound by the sum of $500 to administer Henry's estate on 1 September 1804.

2. Thomas Francisco, was born on 20 August 1747 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, baptised on 12 September 1747 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Thomas DeRemis and wife), and died in 1815 in Gorham, Ontario County, New York. He married Elizabeth Mandeville, a daughter of Hendrick Mandeville and Magdalena Spier, who was born on 22 May 1749 and baptised on 11 June 1749 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Antie Cadmus and Lisabeth Cadmus).

Thomas probably moved to New York State in the early 1770's where he served as a private in the Albany County Militia, 14th Regiment. On 2 October 1779, he received pay (amount unknown) for services as a private in Captain Mathews De Garmo's company of Lieutenant-Colonel John Van Rensselaer's regiment of Albany County's Militia. Another time he received £1.5s.10d for services as a private in Captain Hendrick Vanderhoef's company of the above regiment and at another time received amounts for services in Colonel Peter Yate's regiment. He returned to New Jersey after about 10 years but was found in the 1790 census for New York State where he was listed as a resident of Pittstown, with a family consisting of nine persons. He was a postmaster of Pittstown in 1791. He later removed to Gorham, Ontario County, New York, where he died in 1815. His brother Levi was appointed administrator of his estate, 24 November 1815.

3. John Francisco, married as his first wife Sarah Mandeville, and as his second wife Abigail (__).
4. Abraham Francisco, was born on 12 February 1751 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, and died in Gorham, Ontario County, New York. On 25 August 1773 at Half Moon (as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany) he married Hester Vandercook, a daughter of Michael Van der Koeck and Cornelia Van Ness, who was born on 14 November 1752 and baptised on 7 December 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Simon Vaness and Catlyntje Vaness).

Abraham was a private in the 14th Albany County, New York Militia during the Revolutionary War, and served under Captain Mathew De Garmo, Captain Hendrick Van der Hoef, Colonel Peter Yates, and Lieutenant-Colonel John Van Rensselaer. He received pay for military services on 2 June 1780 and 26 October 1780.

The Will of Abraham Francisco

The People of the State of New York by the grace of God free and independent, To all to whom these presents shall come or may concern send Greeting Know Ye that at the town of Canandaigua in the county of Ontario on the eight day of April A.D. 1826 before Jared Willson Esq. Surrogate of our Said county the last will and testament of Abraham Francisco deceased, a copy whereof is hereunto annexed was proved and is now approved and allowed of by us and the said deceased having while he lived and at the time of his death goods chattels or credits within the state by means whereof the proving and registering the said will and the granting administration of all and singular the said goods chattels and credits and all the auditing allowing and final discharging the account thereof doth belong until us, the administration of all and singular the good chattels and credits of the said deceased and any way concerning his will is granted until Michael A. Francisco and Richard Washburn executors in the Said will named hereby requiring you well and faithfully administer the same and to make and exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods chattels and credits and alto to render a just and true accounting of when thereunto required.

In Testimony whereof we have caused the seal of office of our Said Surrogate to be here unto affixed. Witness Jared Willson, Esquire, Surrogate of the Said county at the town of Canandaigua aforesaid the eighth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty Six. Signed: Jared Willson

I, Abraham Francisco of Gorham county of Ontario State of New York being sound in my mind but infirm in my body and certain that I must soon lodge my frail body in the dust but uncertain of the time when do make the following disposial of my property

Firstly I give and bequeath to my wife Esther Francisco one and ten sheep and all my household furniture of every description.

Secondly I give and bequeath the use interest and benefit of all my property both real and personal not bequeathed in the above article in every part of the world that I may die seized unto my wife Esther Francisco and to my daughter Clary Francisco for their suport and maintainance during during (sic) their natural lives and the life of the longest liver and at their deceas and the deceas of the longest liver if there shold be any of the above sd. Property either real or personal not expended in and for the support and maintainance of the above described Esther and Clarry then the above sd. Widow that be equally divided betwixt my surviving children and if no surviving child or children then betwixt my grand children

And I do hereby revoke all other wills heretofore by me made and constitute and my son Michael A. Francisco and my son in law Richard Washburn executors of this my law will.

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this sixteenth November A.D. 1824. Signed: Abraham (his X mark) Francisco.

Attest: James Harrington, Henry A. Francisco, Lemuel Dwelle, Jr.

Ontario County. Be it remembered that on the eighth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six personally appeared before me Jared Willson Esquire surrogate of the county of Ontario James Harington and Lemuel Dwelle, Jr. who being duly sworn did depose and say that they the deponents saw Abraham Francisco late of the county of Ontario deceased sign and seal the written instrument then known unto them of which the aforegoing is a true copy purporting to be the last will and testament of the said Abraham Francisco deceased bearing date of the sixteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty four that at the time thereof the said Abraham Francisco was of a sound disposing mind and memory to the best of the knowledge and belief of them the deponents and that they the deponents and Henry A. Francisco subscribed their names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of each other and in the presence of the testator. Signed: Jared Willson.

Will transcribed by Lyn Wilson, Ontario County NYGenWeb.

5. Lavyntje Francisco, was born on 8 April 1753 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, and baptised on 20 May 1753 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains (wit.: Hendrick and Sara Van der Hoef). On 6 November 1782 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke she married Gerrit Voorhees.
6. Anne Francisco, was born on 7 March 1755 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, and was buried in Cooksborough Cemetery, Pittstown Township, Rensselaer County, New York. On 13 April 1771 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke she married as her first husband Henry Vandercook. a son of Michael Van der Koeck and Cornelia Van Ness, who was born on 18 April 1751 in New Jersey, died on 20 January 1813 in Pittstown, and was buried there in Cooksborough Cemetery. In 1816 she married as her second husband Jacob Van Ness, wh ohad no birth or baptismal record, and died in December 1826.
7. Levynus Francisco, was born on 12 March 1757 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, and died on 7 December 1844. On 5 March 1778 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married as his first wife Sarah Vandercook, a daughter of Michael Van der Koeck and Cornelia Van Ness, who was born on 3 January 1759, baptised on 27 January 1759 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains (wit.: Dirk Vreland and Catrina Vreland), and died prior to 1786. On 28 November 1786 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married as his second wife Charity Carpenter, who was born on 3 January 1759, died on 3 August 1831, and was buried in Lord Cemetery, Ontario County, New York. He married as his third wife Abigail (__), who was born on 3 January 1781, died on 8 April 1852, and was buried in the Peabody and Sayer Lot, Pine Corners, Yates County, New York.

Last Will and Testement of Levi Francisco

At a surrogates court held at the surrogates office at the town of Canandaigua and for the county of Ontario, on the twenty second day of January A.D. 1844. Present Orson Benjamin, Surrogate.

In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Levi Francisco late of the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario deceased relating to both real and personal estate. On reading and filing the petition of Adam Fake and Thomas Tuft executors of the last will and testament of Levi Francisco late of the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario deceased; it appearing that Pamelia Vanderhoof, Phoebe Vanderhoof, Levi Vanderhoof, George Francisco, Elizabeth Robertson (Robinson), Levi Robertson (Robinson), Jaber Robertson (Robinson), Jedida Robertson (Robinson), Eli Robertson (Robinson) and other children of Hannah Robertson (Robinson) late Hannah Francisco, now deceased, whose names are not known, are minors under the age of twenty one years, have no general guardians in this state and are severally interested in the proceedings to be held upon the said petition. It is therefore ordered that Levi Francisco of the town of Gorham who appears in court and consents thereto, be said he is hereby appointed special guardian for the said minors for the sole and only purpose of appearing for and taking care of the interests of the said minors in the proceedings to be held upon the said petition which is for the proof of the said will.

Orson Benjamin, Surrogate (signed)

Having through the favor of God attained to an advanced age and being admonished by the impurities incident thereto that the day of my departure from this state of existence is at hand, I Levi Francisco of the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario, for the purpose of arranging my mortally concerns do make and publish this my last will and testament. In manner following:

1stly I give and devise to my wife Abigail the use of one third part of my estate for her support and maintenance during her natural life, as her legal _____. 2ndly I hereby direct and order that my estate be divided and apportioned into eleven equal shares and I hereby give grant and bequeath the eleven shares as follows:

To the heirs of my son John L. Francisco, deceased, one share. To my sons Michael L. Francisco, Stephen L. Francisco and Levi Francisco Jr. to each one share. To the heirs of my daughter Sarah, deceased, late the wife of Gilbert Vanderhoof one share. To the heirs of my daughter Elizabeth deceased, late the wife of Nathaniel Gifford, one share. To the heirs of my daughter Hannah, deceased, late the wife of Jeremiah Robinson, one share. To the heirs of my daughter Mary now the wife of John Fires, one share. To the heirs of my daughter Phoebe now the wife of George J. Rifenburg, one share. To the heirs of my daughter Charity now the wife of Jacob Bradt, one share. To the heirs of my daughter Lavina now the wife of John Brandow Jr., one share. And whereas the dwelling house in which I now reside was built by me but is standing on land owned by my son Levi Francisco Jr. Now, therefore, I hereby order and direct that the executors of this my last will and testament sell and dispose of this said dwelling house as a part of my estate and if in their judgment it shall be expedient to remove the said building from its present site, I hereby direct such removal to be made under their direction. Lastly, I hereby nominate and appoint my trusty friend Adam Fake, Esq and my son Stephen L. Francisco, executor of this my last will and testament. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, and I hereby authorize and direct my said executors to sell and convey all or any part of my estate and good and lawful conveyances thereof to execute and deliver. Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Levi Francisco this thirteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and forty two to be his last will and testament.

Levi Francisco
(signed)
(Seal)

In the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other.

C. A. Loomis of Gorham, Ontario Co., N.Y.
Chester Loomis of Gorham, Ontario Co., N.Y.

I Levi Francisco of Gorham in the county of Ontario being of sound, disposing mind and memory do make ordain publish and declare the following supplement or codicil to my last will and testament as herein contained. Firstly, I direct that my executors pay to my son Levi Francisco Jr. the sum of ten dollars only instead of the equal share as directed in my said will to which this is a supplement or codicil. Secondly, I appoint Thomas Tuft executor of my last will and testament instead of Stephen L. Francisco. The above is subscribed and declared by the said Levi Francisco to be a supplement and codicil to his last will and testament which was executed on the thirteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty two. And the said Levi Francisco hath and subscribed and declared this instrument in the presence of each of us, as witnesses who in his presence and at his request have signed our names as such; this fourteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three.

Levi (his mark) Francisco
Adam Fake of Gorham, Ontario County
William Francisco of same place.

At a surrogates court held at the surrogates office at the town of Canandaigua in the county of Ontario on the eleventh day of March A.D. 1844. Present Orson Benjamin Surrogate.

In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Levi Francisco, late of the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario, deceased relating to both real and personal estate. The citation served in this matter on the twenty second day of January 1844 to the widow heirs and next of kin of the said deceased to attend the proof of the last will and testament of the said deceased this day having been duly served and together with proof of service filed in the office, and Thomas Tuft and Adam Fake, executors of the said will appearing and desiring to have the said will proved, and no cause appearing to the contrary it is ordered that proofs of the said will be now taken; and the said Surrogate now ____ proceeds to hear and take the proofs of the said will; which proof will appear in and by the following depositions that is to say; Chester Loomis one of the subscribing witnesses to the said will appearing and being sworn, testifies as follows: I Chester Loomis reside in the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario and State of New York, and am of lawful age and am a judge of the county courts of said county. On or about the thirteenth day of August 1842, I was called upon by Levi Francisco late of the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario, deceased, with whom I was acquainted to draw up for him his last will and testament. This I believe was at my private residence and I did thereupon in the presence of the said deceased and agreeably to his dictation draw up the instrument now here shown to me, of the date last mentioned, as and for the last will and testament of the said deceased, & when completed I read the said instrument to the said deceased carefully in his hearing and with which he expressed himself justified and subscribed the same with his name at the end opposite a seal as the same now appears and declared the said instrument to be his last will and testament which signing and declaration was made and done the presence of my son Charles A. Loomis who now resides at Columbus it the state of Ohio, as well as myself; and we at the same time by the request of the testator & in his presence subscribed our respective names as witnesses to the said will, as the same now appears. The said Levi Francisco was at that time sound in his mind and memory and acted freely and voluntarily in what he did, and in my opinion he was in all respects competent to devise real estate. After it was executed, the testator took the said will into his own possession.

Chester Loomis (signed)

Subscribed & sworn in open court this 11th day of March 1844 before me,
Orson Benjamin, Surrogate.

Adam Fake a subscribing witness to a supplement or codicil to the said will, being sworn and examined, testifies as follows. I Adam Fake reside in the town of Gorham in the county of Ontario, of lawful age, am a farmer by profession. I was well acquainted with Levi Francisco late of the place aforesaid in his lifetime; and by his request and agreeably to his dictation, I drew up the codicil or supplement endorsed upon the last will and testament of the said deceased now here shown to me on the day it bears date; the 14th day of March 1843. When completed I carefully read the said codicil to the said deceased in his hearing, with which he expressed himself satisfied and adopted the same as a part of his last will & testament; and therefore made his cross or mark between his names at the end, written by me by his request because he had a sore on his hand and his eyesight was very poor as he said, and at the same time he declared the said codicil to be a part of his last will and testament, and by his request and in his presence, William Francisco who now resides in the State of Michigan and myself, severally subscribed our names as witnesses to the said codicil. The said testator at that time acted freely and without restraint, and was in my opinion, in all respects competent to make his will. The said will and codicil were at that time taken by the testator into his own possession.

Adam Fake (signed)

Subscribed and sworn in open court this 11 March 1844 before me,
Orson Benjamin, Surrogate (signed)

And the said Adam Fake on his oath further says, that he as executor named in the said will obtained the said will and codicil from Abigail Francisco widow of the said testator after his death and delivered the same to the Surrogate of Ontario county for the purpose of being proved, in the same condition as the same now appear, and in the same condition at when the said codicil was executed.

Adam Fake (signed)

Subscribed & sworn in open court, this 11 March 1844, before me
Orson Benjamin, Surrogate (signed)

Whereupon, I the said surrogate upon the foregoing proofs, being satisfied of the genuineness and validity of the said will do order that the same be admitted to probate, and that the said will together with the forgoing proofs be recorded.

Orson Benjamain,Surrogate (signed)

I certify that the foregoing will of Levi Francisco deceased, relating to both real and personal property was as such duly proved before me, and together with the foregoing proofs thereof, was by me duly recorded and executed this 11th day of March A.D. 1844.

Orson Benjamin, Surrogate (signed)

Transcribed from SAMPUBCO copy by Virginia A. LaVancher, Oneida County, New York, Ontario County NYGenWeb.

8. Cornelius Francisco, was born on 4 December 1759 probably at Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, baptised on 12 December (__), and died on 12 January 1837 "on Lake Erie." With Banns published 20 June 1779 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married Anne Demarest, a daughter of Nicholas Demarest and Samantha Ackerman, who was born on 14 March 1759 in New Jersey, and died on 15 February 1849.

Cornelius was a private in the 14th Albany County, New York militia, Captain Mathew De Garmo's company, Colonel John Knickerbocker commanding. He lived at Glenville, Schenectady County, New York.

9. Michael Francisco, was born on 12 January 1762 probably in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey, died on 23 October 1848, and was buried in Benton, Yayes County, New York. On 16 June 1783 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married Annatie Weger, a daughter of Ephraim Weger and Mary Shaver, who was born on 18 March 1762 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, died on 29 November 1845, and was buried in Benton, Yates County, New York.

Michael came from New Jersey to New York about 1771, where, after his marriage, he removed to Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. In 1779, at the age of seventeen, he enlised at Fort Edward, New York, as a private in the company commanded by Captain Cornelius Wiltsie, the 1th Albany County Regiment of the New York State Militia, which regiment was under the command of Colonel Peter Yates. He as also a private in Captain Cornelius Vandenburgh's company in the the said regiment, June 1780. He was again a private Decemeber 1781, in Captain Hendrick Vanderhoof's company belonging to the said regiment, then apparently unde the command of Lieutenant Colonel John Van Rensselaer. He removed to Wells, Montgomery County, New York, about 1795, to Amsterdam about 1798, and to Benton in Yates County, New York, in 1808. He was granted a pension in 1832. Also for his service in the Revolutionary War he received a grant ofone hundred acres of land known as "Lot number 78" in the Town of Sterling, New York, in the Military Tract. Michael died and was buried in Benton. His stone was marked "Michael Francisco, a soldier in the Revolutionary War."

10. Jan Francisco, was born on 29 October 1765 probably in Essex County, New Jersey. About 1784 in Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York, she married Abraham Garrison.

Estate of Abraham Garrison
Surrogate Court of Yates Co., File No. 109A

"The petition of Hafsel A. Garrison (a son) respectively showeth That one Abraham Garison then an inhabitant of the County of Yates, died in the said County 11 day of August last past (1833). That at the time of his death he was an inhabitant of the County of Yates That he left no widow Hafsel A. Garison, John Garison, Abrahm Garison & Henry Garison and Livonia Martin wife of Jacob Martin & Alida Pearce wife of Thomas Pearce, children him surviving. That he died very suddenly and left no last Will and testament as far as Your petitioner has heard or been able to discover That in the opinion of Your petition(er) the whole of the personal property will not amount to more than two hundred dollars. Your petitioner prays that Letters of Administration may be Granted to him as a son & Wiley K. Pearce a friend to the deceased."

Signed Hafsel A. [his mark] Garison Dated Penn Yan Nov 12, 1833, Yates County Surrogate Court

"We the subscribers being the next of kin of Abraham Garrison deceased do hearby renounce all our right and Claim to Letters of Administration on the Estate of the said deceased." Dated October 3, 1833. Witness: Juliana Pearce, Thomas Pearce, Wm Eastman, Phebe Eastman, Henry Garison, Alida Pearce, Abram Garison, Levina Martin.

Record transcribed by Lyn Wilson, Ontario County NYGenWeb

11. Alida Francisco, married Johannes Van Ness.
12. Jacob Francisco had no birth or baptismal record.
13. Elizabeth Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
426
Hendrick Mandeville, was baptised on 25 December 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Barend Jacobusse and Elisabeth Herres). He married prior to 1747. [parents]
427
Magdalene/Helena Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1722 possibly in Gansegat, Essex County, New Jersey. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Mandeville and Magdalene/Helena Spier
1. Dirkje Mandeville, was baptised on 17 May 1747 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Jan Bruyn and Hilligont Bruyn). She married Jeremiah Francisco, a son of Abraham Francisco and Elisabeth Stagg, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1745 probably in New Jersey.
2. Elizabeth Mandeville, was born on 22 May 1749 and baptised on 11 June 1749 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Antie Cadmus and Lisabeth Cadmus). She married Thomas Francisco, a son of Johannis Francisco and Aeltje Doremus, who was born on 20 August 1747 probably in Essex County, New Jersey, baptised on 12 September 1747 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Thomas DeRemis and wife), and died in 1815 in Gorham, Ontario County, New York.

Thomas probably moved to New York State in the early 1770's where he served as a private in the Albany County Militia, 14th Regiment. On 2 October 1779, he received pay (amount unknown) for services as a private in Captain Mathews De Garmo's company of Lieutenant-Colonel John Van Rensselaer's regiment of Albany County's Militia. Another time he received £1.5s.10d for services as a private in Captain Hendrick Vanderhoef's company of the above regiment and at another time received amounts for services in Colonel Peter Yate's regiment. He returned to New Jersey after about 10 years but was found in the 1790 census for New York State where he was listed as a resident of Pittstown, with a family consisting of nine persons. He was a postmaster of Pittstown in 1791. He later removed to Gorham, Ontario County, New York, where he died in 1815. His brother Levi was appointed administrator of his estate, 24 November 1815.

3. Sarah Mandeville, married John Francisco.
4. Hannes Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born on 3 October 1754 in Schaghticoke, Rensselaer County, New York (though supporting information for that is lacking). With Banns published on 5 February 1778 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married Geesie Vanderhoef, a daughter of Hendrick Vanderhoef and Sarah Doremus, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1756.
5. (possibly) Maria Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in New Jersey. With Banns published on 26 June 1777 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke she married Cornelius Van der Koeck, a son of Michael Van der Koeck and Cornelia Van Ness, who was born on 14 November 1752 in New Jersey.

 
428
Cornelis Van Ness, was baptised on 19 January 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Joh. and Maria V.D. Bergh). He married as his first wife Alida Van Woert. In 1784 he married as his second wife and as her second husband Alida Doremus, the widow of Johannis Francisco and the daughter of Thomas Corneliszen Doremus and Anneke Abramse Ackerman, who was born on 14 December 1725 and baptised on 26 December 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Andries Hoppe and Abigail Akkerman). [parents]

In Cornelius' will, Alida is referred to as his second wife. It is possible that Alida Van Woert predeceased Cornelis. In 1784 a Cornelius Van Ness married Alida Doremus, widow of Johannis Francisco.

429
Alida Van Woert, was baptised on 2 December 1729 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: M. and Fytie Marselis). She may have died prior to 1784. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Van Ness and Alida Van Woert
1. Gerrit Van Ness, was baptised on 13 January 1751 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan and Marytje Van Ness). He married Eve Scherp, a daughter of Andries Scherp and Johanna Freer, who was born on 10 October 1750 and baptised (as Eggje) in January 1751 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: isac Vosburg and Rebbeka Vosburg).
2. Jacob Van Ness, was baptised on 3 June 1753 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jacob and Tietje Van Woert). With Banns published on 3 November 1775 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke he married Catarina Bratt, a daughter of Daniel Bernardus Bratt and Willempie Bratt, who was baptised on 4 July 1756 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Barnardus Brat jr and Catarina Brat).
3. Sara Van Ness, was baptised on 12 March 1755 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Gerrit K. and Maike Van Ness). She died young.
4. Sara Van Ness, was baptised on 6 November 1757 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Abram and Alida Van Woert). With Banns published on 6 July 1778 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schaghticoke she married Jacob Van Valkenburgh, a son of Pieter Van Valkenburgh and Bata Van Deusen, who was baptised on 26 March 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jacob Van Valkenburg and Catlyntje Legget), and died about 1818/20 in Washington County, New York.
5. Johannes Van Ness, married Alida Francisco.
6. Petrus Van Ness, was baptised on 21 January 1766 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Izac and Annatje Lansing). He married Annatje Fort, a daughter of Abraham Fort and Eva Benoit, who was born on 30 January 1767, baptised on 25 February 1767 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Harmen Groesbeck and Marytje Benneway), and died on 14 March 1847 in Washington County, New York.
7. Hendrick Van Ness, was born on 6 February 1773 and baptised on 23 January 1774 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Shaghticoke (wit.: Jan v. Ness and Griettie v. Woert).

 
430
Johannis Francisco, was born on 7 December 1724 in Distorns Neck (Gansegat), Essex County, New Jersey. He died after 16 April 1771. He married on 30 April 1745 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk. [parents]

Johannis probably moved to New York about 1770 where he and his sons saw military service in the Albany County militia during the Revolution.

431
Aeltje Doremus, was born on 14 December 1725 and baptised on 26 December 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Andries Hoppe and Abigail Akkerman). She married as her first husband Johannis Francisco. She married as her second husband and as his second wife Cornelis Van Ness, the widower of Alida Van Woert and a son of Gerrit Van Ness and Sara Van den Bergh, who was baptised on 19 January 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Joh. and Maria V.D. Bergh). [parents]

Please see the entry for 424 and 425 for this couples' children.

432
Jacob Drake, was born on 16 January 1728 and baptised on 4 February 1728 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Cornelis Van Houte and Egje Vreeland). [parents]

Jacob was a church member of the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey, where he and his wife renewed their covanent on 6 February 1757.

433
Helen (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Jacob Drake and Helen (__)
1. Cornelius Drake, married Nansey Genung.
2. Mary Drake, was baptised on 7 February 1757 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey.
3. Stephen Drake, was baptised on 7 February 1757 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey.
4. Jemima Drake, was baptised on 7 May 1769 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey.
5. Jacob Drake, was baptised on 7 May 1772 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Morris County, New Jersey.

 
434
John Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1720 probably in New Jersey, and died in 1795, probably in New Jersey. About 1737 he married as his first wife (__). He married on 22 August 1751 as recorded at the Hanover Presbyterian Church, Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey as his second with Sarah Clark. [parents]
 
Children of John Genung and (__)
1. John Ganung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1737, probably in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. On 27 November 1758 in Bedford, Weschester County, New York, he married Mary Wilson, who was a daughter of William Wilson. John may have been born in North Castle, Westchester County, New York, and went with his father to New Jersey. After the death of his mother he went to Westchester County to live with relatives. After his marriage he went to Carmel, Dutchess County, New York.

John's will was written 18 April 1804 and probated 16 April 1807:

In the name of God -- Amen, I, John Ganong of Southeast, in the county of Dutchess, State of New York, Farmer, being in perfect mind and memory, thanks be given unto God. Calling unto mind the mortality of my body, and knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, Do make and ordain this my last Will and testament, that is to say, principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it, and my body I recommend to the earth, to be buried in decent christian burial at the direction of my Executers, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection, I shall receive the same again by the power of Almighty God. And, as touching such worldly estate as it has pleased God to bless me in this life, I give, desire, and dispose of the same -- in the following manner and form.

First -- My Son's, I have given all my land-property being all I intend to give them. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Sarah Genong an equal part of all my goods, chattles, and credits, the said Sarah Genong is to receive out of the sid movable property, enough to make her equal with her Sisters, which they have received.

Secondly -- I give and bequeath to my Daughter Hannah Mead -- an equal part of all my goods, chattles, and credits.

Thirdly -- I give and bequeath to my Daughter Lucy Mead -- an equal part of all my goods, chattles, and credits.

Fourthly -- I give and bequeath to my Daughter Suanna Anderson -- an equal part of all my goods, chattles, and credits.

Fifthly -- I give and bequeath to the Children of my Daughter Polly Adams -- deceased, an equal part of all my goods, chattles, and credits, to be paid to the said Children when they arrive at lawful age.

All my movable and household goods shall be sold, as soon as my Executors can make it conveinant, and the money arrising therefrom -- to be paid to the above mentioned legatees, their heir's or assign's. I likewise constitute and appoint my trusty friends Reuben Ganong and Edward Ganong, Executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this eighteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four. Witnesses -- Thomas Hopkins
Isaac Ganong
James Gregory.

2. Jeremiah Ganung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1740 possibly in Croton Falls, Westchester County, New York. He married Zerviah Kellogg, a daughter of Thomas Kellogg and Elizabeth Lee, who was born in 1737 and died in 1827. Jeremiah was educated at local schools. He was a farmer and fought in the Revolutionary War. He may possibly have moved to Connecticut.
3. Jacob Ganung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1748 in Carmel, Putnam County, New York. He married Hannah Wilson.

He was a farmer in the southeast part of Carmel, New York, and appeared on a list of taxable inhabitants of Fredericksburg precinct of the Philip Phillipse patent in 1777. He was also mentioned in his father's will. He served during the Revolutionary War in the Eastern Battalion from Morris County, New Jersey, also state troops, and was a private in the 1st Regiment of the Continental Army. He also enlisted in the 7th Regiment of the Dutchess County, New York, Militia. He was Overseer of Highways in the town of Carmel in 1795, and in 1817 he witnessed the will of Daniel Gregory of Carmel, New York. When he applies for a Revolutionary War pension on 3 May 1818 (age 66), as a resident of Chatham Township, Morris County, New Jersey, he stated that he served in the First Jersey Regiment commanded by Colonel Matts Ogden and was in Captain Meads company. He further stated that he needed the pension because he "... can't work due to lameness in both knees, I have no wife or family living, and I reside with my sister a widow." He was buried in Gilead Cemetery in Carmel.


 
435
Sarah Clark, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born before 1720.

The ancestry of Sarah Clark is officially unknown. Harmon Reed Clark, Jr., who researched and compiled much of the Clark information found on the now defunct "Keeping Track - Genealogy of the Clark Family", mentioned in a private email back in the early to mid 1990's that he did not have Sarah Genung (neé Clark) in his database, but that he felt that she probably belonged to the descendants of Richard Clark and Elizabeth (__).

Sarah Clark is a common enough sounding name, and the lack of any other Clark surnames used in association with John Genung make identifying her ancestry all the more difficult. In reviewing the possible candidates for Sarah in the above mentioned website, two stand out as possibilities worth investigating further based on chronology: Sarah, birth date unknown but probably prior to 1724, daughter of John Clark and Phebe (__), and Sarah, born in 1730, the daughter of Jonathan Clark and Hannah (__). Both are mentioned in their respective father's wills (each dated in the mid 1740's) with no husband listed and thus presumably unmarried.

Sarah, the daughter of Jonathan and Hannah, would have been about 21 when she married making her a very attractive candidate indeed. Also, she would have been about 38 when she had her last child. However, there appears to be no reason why she would be found in Morris County, New Jersey (where she wed) while the rest of her family remained in Essex County, New Jersey.

Sarah, the daughter of John and Phebe, has no known birth-date, and it is speculation as to what year she was born. Websites listed her birth year as either 1713 or 1720. A birth year of 1713 would make her a very unattractive candidate as she would have been 38 when she married, and 55(!) when she had her last child. A birth year of 1720 is a little better (31 at marriage, 48 for her last child) though that's pushing things a little. Edge her birth year closer to 1724 and the numbers look more plausible.

Sarah, daughter of John and Phebe, at least has a reason to be in Morris County, New Jersey. Her brother Daniel and his wife Abigail Shipman had a child born in Morris County in 1749. With her father dead by this point, it would be within the realm of possibility that she would have attached herself to Daniel's household until she married, and thus have been in Morris County in 1749.

I am not aware of any customary naming practices for English families in this part of New Jersey, but it is interesting to find the name Phebe among the children of John and Sarah Genung. Of course, the name Hannah also appears among the children's names too so we can't rule out Sarah (Jonathan). On the other hand, Hannah would be the name of Sarah's (John) paternal grandmother. The naming of one daughter Desire in probably honor of John Genung's mother, hints that they may have chosen some of the children's names from ancestors. Perhaps the one and only thing that tips the scales towards the daughter of John and Phebe is the naming of one child Daniel, possibly in honor of her brother. He was the only male child of John Genung and Sarah Clark (though John had three sons by his first wife), and neither John Genung nor Jonathan Clark have a Daniel in their families.

Because of this, I have concluded, based on all the information available to me at this time (and it isn't much), that the parents of Sarah Clark, wife of John Genung, are John Clark and Phebe (__). Please be mindful of this if you chose to incorporate my information into your database.

[speculative parents]
 
Children of John Genung and Sarah Clark
1. Phebe Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1750. Prior to 12 February 1786 she married (__) Gardner.
2. Susannah Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1752 in Chatham, Morris County, New Jersey. Prior to 12 February 1786 she married Isaac Cory. The will of Isaac Cory of Chatham, New Jersey, was dated 14 August 1810 and probated 12 July 1811, and in it he names Susannah as executrix, with Joseph Genung, Joseph Magie and Calvin Genung as witnesses. No children were mentioned.
3. Nansey Genung, married Cornelius Drake.
4. Hannah Genung, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Rice Nichols. Hannah may have been a member of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Bottle Hill (now Madison), New Jersey. There were three Rice Nichols known at this time and there is uncertainty concerning which Hannah Genung was married to him.
5. Daniel Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1765. About 1792 in Morris County, New Jersey, he married Lucretia (__). They probably lived near Chatham, New Jersey. He and his wife made deeds in 1804. Daniel died in May 1806 in Chatham, and his effects were inventoried 31 May 1806.
6. (Desiah or Desire) Genung, was born on 11 February 1768 in New Jersey. In 1785 in Whippany, Morris County, New Jersey, she married William Cosgrove, a son of Joseph Cosgrove and Mary North, who was born on 17 March 1760, possibly in Connecticut. He was a farmer and stock raiser in Whippany near the Whippany Bridge. He was a marine in the Pennsylvania Navy from 1775 to 1778. He was killed 16 March 1821 by being thrown from a carriage by a colt in Hanover Township, New Jersey, and buried in Hanover. Desire made her will 1 November 1833 with a codicil dated 7 February 1834.

 

440
David Brouwer, was baptised on 16 January 1707 as recorded Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Pieter DeMaree and Lydia DeMaree). He married about 1732. [parents]
441
Jannetje Hartje, was baptised on 14 November 1714 as recorded Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Jacob Kool and Barber, his wife). [parents]
 
Children of David Brouwer and Jannetje Hartje
1. Abraham Brouwer, was baptised on 21 October 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: Roelof Westervelt and Lea, his wife), and died prior to 16 June 1776. About 1758 he married Antje Nix, a daughter of Peter Nix and Cornelia Degraw, who was born on 1 April 1738, and baptised on 23 April 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Johannis Gerritse Blauvelt and Antye his wife).
2. Jacobus Brouwer, was baptised on 15 February 1736 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Harmen Koerten and Tryntie, his wife). He married Elisabeth Degraw, a daughter of Cornelis Harme Degraw and Geertruy Riddenhaers, who was born on 24 February 1734 in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey.
3. David Brouwer, was baptised on 3 September 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: David Edwards and Lea Brouwer). He is possibly the David Brower who married Annatje Maria Witmore.
4. Trientje Brouwer, was baptised on 31 May 1741 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: Jacob Eckesen and Trientje Cuyper, wife).
5. Joannes Brouwer, was baptised on 13 February 1744 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: Joannes Brouwer and Rachel Christy).
6. Lea Brouwer, was born on 5 January 1747 and baptised on 11 January 1747 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Daniel Van Deursen and Lea Hartje).
7. Jannetje Brouwer, was baptised on 13 August 1749 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jakobus Brouwer and Jannetje Hartje, z. huis v.). On 23 October 1769 in New York City she married Jacob Vredenburg, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1745 in Bellville, Essex County, New Jersey, and died on 2 May 1799 in Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey.
8. Maria Brouwer, was baptised on 11 March 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Samuel Brouwer and Maria Hartje, z. huis v.).
9. Petrus Brouwer, married Maritie Herder.
10. Rachel Brouwer, was baptised on 25 April 1756 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Johannes Brouwer and Rachel Brouwer, j.d.).
11. Jakob Brouwer, was baptised on 15 May 1757 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jakob Brouwer and Tryntje Brouwer, j.d.).
12. Samuel Brouwer, was born on 4 June 1758 and baptised on 17 June 1758 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: Abram Brouwer).

 
442
Michael Herder, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in New York State, and died between 15 January 1794 and 10 October 1795, the dates on which his will was written and probated. On 28 June 1740 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg he married as his first wife Hilletje Hardick, a daughter of Jan Herdyk and Maria Becker, who had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 24 September 1748. He married about 1752/1753 as his second wife Maria Rees. [parents]

The will of Michael Herder of Claverack was dated 15 January 1794 and probated 10 October 1795. His wife Maria was not mentioned in it and is presumed to have died before it was written. In his will he mentioned his sons John, Michael, Benjamin, Peter, George, and daughters Lydia, Mary, Geertruy, Hilleyte, Leyntye, and Sophia. The executors were sons John and Michael; the witnesses were Barth. V. Valkenburgh and Jacob Hollenbeck.
 
Children of Michael Herder and Hilletje Hardick
1. Maria Herder, was born and baptised on 14 June 1741 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Jacob Herder and wife Maria), and died prior to 1756.
2. Jan Herder, was born on 3 August 1743, baptised on 21 August 1743 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Francis Jans Herdyk and wife Marytje), and died on 11 September 1835, aged 92 years, 1 month, and 8 days. He married Commettje Hoes, a daughter of Robert Hoes and Alida Halenbeck, who was baptised on 8 July 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo (wit.: Johannis Muller and Feytje Halenbeeck), and died on 1 November 1828, aged 78 years, 4 months and 23 days.
3. Michael Herder, was baptised (no date) 1746 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Wendel Etchwyr and Geretche Herdigh, and died on 18 June 1828, aged 83 years according to Claverack Church records. He married Catharina (Schmidt or Smth), a daughter of Michael Schmidt and Catharina (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Hilletje Herderwas born on 24 September 1748 and baptised on 27 September 1748 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Leysnaar Van Hoesen and Antje), and died prior to 1760.

 

443
Maria Rees, was baptised on 13 February 1737 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Joris Dekker and Lyntie Dekker). She died prior to 15 January 1794 as she was not mentioned in her husband's will. [parents]
 
Children of Michael Herder and Maria Rees
1. Georg Herder, was baptised on 20 October 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Joris Decker and Lyntje Decker). He married Gertje Decker, a daughter of Jan Broersen Decker and Jacomyntje Fynhout, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1745. Georg was mentioned in his father's will.
2. Benjamin Herder, was baptised on 26 August 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Benjamin Rees and Geertruy Witbeck), and died on 5 March 1833. He married as his first wife Maria Van Hoesen. On 20 September 1787 he married as his second wife Sara Halenbeck, a daughter of William Halenbeck and Mary Spoor, who was born on 16 March 1766. The 6 April 1833 edition of the Hudson Rural Repository reported the death of Benjamin Herder, aged 81 years, formerly of Claverack, now of Delphi, Delaware County, New York.
3. Peter Herder, was baptised on 15 April 1754 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook (wit.: Pieter Van Alen and Annatje Van Wie). The parents and sponsors were reversed in the baptismal record. He married Eva Lant, a daughter of Laurens Lant and Christina Schult, who was baptised on 26 June 1763 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Casparus Schult and Eva Stryder). Peter was mentioned in his father's will.
4. Maria Herder, married Peter Brewer.
5. Gertraud Herder, was baptised on 16 July 1758 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Willem Bartel and wife Geertruy Rees). She married Johannes Schmidt, who was a son of Peter Schmidt and Elisabeth Rauch.
6. Hilletje Herder, was baptised on 23 November 1760 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Hendrick Bresie and wife Catharina Rees). She married Peter New.
7. Fytie Herder, was baptised on 20 October 1765 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo (wit.: David Brouwer and Tanneke Rees). She married Jeremiah P. Schmit, probably a son of Peter Schmidt and Elisabeth Rauch, who was probably baptised on 8 February 1756 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown (wit.: Joh: Adam Schmidt and wife Anna Maria Stoppelbein).
8. Lydia Herder, was baptised in May 1768 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Dirk Muller and Margriet Hardick). She married John Dennis.

 
444
Johannes Hess, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 27 December 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Church of Germantown. [parents]
445
Anna Margaretha Scherp, was baptised on 15 September 1726 in Laubenheim, Germany (wit.: Hanß Peter Bed (or Led) and his wife Anna Margaretha). [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Hess and Anna Margaretha Scherp
1. Michael Hess, married Margaret Schauer.
2. Bartholomaus Hess, was baptised on 6 July 1755 as recorded at the German Reformed Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Bartholomaus Mets and Susanna Scherb).
3. Johan Jacobus Hess, was baptised on 2 April 1758 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Joh: Jacobus Sherp and Anna Marg: Dithard).
4. (possibly) Daniel Hess, may have been baptised on 1 November 1761 (location unknown).
5. (possibly) Catharine Hess, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Hendrick Stoppelbeen, who was baptised on 22 November 1747 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown (wit.: *****), the son of Johann Hendrick Stoppelbein and Elsje Schmidt.

 
446
Wilhelm Schauer, had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born as early as 1721. [parents]
447
Margaretha Kreisseler, was born on 2 August 1733 and baptised on 19 August 1733 in Kisket as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Daniel Lickhard and Gritje Lehmens) [parents]
 
Children of Wilhelm Schauer and Margaretha Kreisseler
1. Henricus Schauer, was baptised on 14 August 1757 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Hen. Kreusler and Anna Marie Schneider).
2. Johannes Schauer, was baptised on 5 August 1759 as recorded at the German Reformed Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Johannes Creuseler and Susanna Stickel).
3. Jacob Schauer, was baptised on 21 March 1762 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jacob Enderson and Lisabeth Enderson).
4. Margaret Schauer, married Michael Hess.
5. Catharina Schauer, was baptised on 16 August 1767 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Wilhelms Kreisler and Catharina Schauer, his wife).

 
GENERATION 10
520
Judocus de Taeye, had no birth or baptismal record.
521
Livina Corthals, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 10 December 1677 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [Was she the sister (or a close relative of) Petronella Corthals who married Andreas Boelens (1638-1676)?]
 
Children of Judocus de Taeye and Livina Corthals
1. Simon de Taeye, married Elizabeth Buysse.

 
522
Egidus Buysse, was born on 27 February 1630 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 27 November 1681. He married on 11 November 1656 Lembeke. [parents]
523
Vincentia de Wulf, was born on 7 May in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 17 March 1679. [parents]
 
Children of Egidus Buysse and Vincentia de Wulf
1. Elizabeth Buysse, married Simon de Taeye.
2. Abraham Buysse, was born on 15 December 1659 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 16 December 1659.
3. Judoca Buysse, was born on 30 January 1661 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 1 February 1661.
4. Joanna Buysse, was born on 23 March 1664 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 25 March 1664, and died young.
5. Joannes Buysse, was born on 2 April 1667 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 3 April 1667, and died young.
6. Egidius Buysse, was born on 4 October 1668 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 7 October 1668.
7. Joannes Buysse, was born on 26 November 1671 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 27 November 1671.
8. Joanna Buysse, was born on 2 September 1674 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same date. On 1 May 1696 in Lembeke she married Judocus Baecke, a son of Pachasius Baecke and Elisabeth van Hecke, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1671 in Lembeke and died there on 1 August 1701.

 
526
Petrus Aerts, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
527
Livina van de Kerckhove, had no birth or baptismal record and died about 20 June 1665 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Petrus Aerts and Livina van de Kerckhove
1. Jan/Joos Aerts, was born on 6 January 1641 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 25 March 1706. On 24 June 1664 in Lembeke he married Maria Schuerman, a daughter of Andreas Schuerman and Elisabeth Cole, who was born on 23 February 1641 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 20 January 1713.
2. Joanna Aerts, was born on 9 November 1642 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died young.
3. Ongrardus Aerts, was born on 21 May 1644 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day.
4. Georgius Aerts, was born on 10 March 1647 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died young.
5. Joanna Aerts, married Adriaen Drieghe.
6. Georgius Aerts, was born on 8 January 1653 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 10 January 1653.

 
528
Gislenus Lacaeyse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1597, and died on 17 November 1666 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
529
Sibilla van Amerongen, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1593, and died on 23 February 1668 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Gislenus Lacaeyse and Sibilla van Amerongen
1. Petrus Lacaeyse, married Alouisa Vanwastene.
2. Barbarina Lacaeyse, was born on 21 October 1629 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Judoca Lacaeyse, was born on 13 October 1632 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
536
Jan/Joos van Overvelt, was born on 17 November 1642 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 9 September 1679. On 6 March 1666 in Lembeke he married as his first wife Maria Rogiers. On 12 July 1671 in Lembeke he married as his second wife and as her first husband Joanna van Waes, a daughter of Jacques van Waes and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 20 October 1719 in Lembeke. She married as her second husband Laureyns Cathelijn, and as her third husband Gabriël de Wulf. [parents]
 
Children of Jan/Joos van Overvelt and Joanna van Waes
1. Joanna Overvelt, was born on 2 June 1674 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 3 June 1674, and died prior to 9 September 1679.
2. Georges van Overvelt, was born on 24 April 1676 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 26 April 1676, and died prior to 9 September 1679.

 
537
Maria/Maeyken Rogiers, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 8 April 1671 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Jan/Joos van Overvelt and Maria/Maeyken Rogiers
1. Jacques/Jacobus van Overvelt, married Jacquemijnken/Jacoba Standaert.

 
538
Jacques Standaert, was born on 25 September 1642 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 20 May 1679. On 13 November 1666 in Lembeke he married as his first wife and as her second husband Martynken Martens. On 14 February 1673 in Lembeke he married as his second wife Maria Geeraerts, a daughter of Guilelm Geraert and Paschasia de Bats, who was born on 8 November 1643 in Lembeke, and died there on 1 January 1680. [parents]
 
Children of Jacques Standaert and Maria Geeraerts
1. Maria Standaert, was born on 27 November 1673 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 7 September 1738 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. On 4 November 1693 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, she married as his second wife Paulus van Hijfte, the widower of Catharina de Pauw and a son of Petrus van Hijfte and Anna van den Hende, who was born on 21 September 1661 in Sint-Laureins, baptised there on 24 September 1661, and died there on 31 March 1725.
2. Jooris/Georges Standaert, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1679 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, died there on 19 June 1705, and was buried there on the same day.

 
539
Martynken Martens, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 26 February 1672 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 5 July 1654 in Lembeke she married as her first husband and as his third wife Balthazar de Grouwe, the widower of Joanna Beeckaert and Elisabeth Lippens, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 5 August 1666. On 13 November 1666 in Lembeke she married as her second husband Jacob Standaert.
 
Children of Balthazar de Grouwe and Martynken Martens
1. Pieter de Grouwe, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 26 February 1672.
2. Jan de Grouwe, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1661.
3. Baltazar de Grouwe, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 26 February 1672.

 
 
Children of Jacques Standaert and Martynken Martens
1. Pirijnken/Petronella Standaert, was born on 19 September 1668 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 23 September 1668, and died prior to 1679.
2. Jacquemijnken/Jacoba Standaert, married Jacobus van Overvelt.

 
542
Judocus Goossens, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 10 July 1665 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 2 November 1654 in Lembeke. [parents]
543
Pauwelyna van de Rostijne, was born on 20 November 1619 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 13 May 1669. On 27 April 1644 in Lembeke she married as her first husband and as his second wife Georgius de Sutter, the widower of Petronella de Wulf(ran) and a son of Georgius de Sutter and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 10 January 1654 in Lembeke. On 2 November 1654 in Lembeke she married as her second husband Judocus Goossens. She married as her third husband Petrus (H)Annaert, who had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Georgius de Sutter and Pauwelyna van de Rostijne
1. Livina de Sutter, was born on 22 March 1645 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 26 March 1645.
2. Georgius de Sutter, was born on 2 October 1646 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 7 October 1646.
3. Petronella de Sutter, was born on 1 February 1649 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 3 February 1649.
4. Petrus de Sutter, was born on 25 May 1651 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 29 May 1651.
5. Joos de Sutter, was born on 3 July 1654 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 5 July 1654.

 
 
Children of Judocus Goossens and Pauwelyna van de Rostijne
1. Martin Goossens, was born on 14 May 1656 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 16 May 1656, and died there on 15 September 1676.
2. Anna Goossens, as her first husband Petrus Heyman, and as her second husband Joannes van de Wattijne.

 
576
Joannes Nijskens, was born and baptised in 1642 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 11 November 1717 in Nunhem, Limburg. He married in 1667 in Neer. [parents]
577
Catharina Meeuwissen, was baptised in Heythuijsen, Limburg, The Netherlands.
 
Children of Joannes Nijskens and Catharina Meeuwissen
1. Anna Nijskens, was baptised in 1668 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 5 February 1723 in Neer.
2. Hubertus Nijskens, married Johanna Vrencken.
3. Cornelia Nijskens, was baptised in 1670 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 27 April 1743 in Nunhem, Limburg. She married in Grathem, Limburg Servatius Tinnemans. Witnesses to the marriage were Wilhelmus Tennemans and Petronella Stappers.
4. Godefridus Nijskens, was baptised in 1674 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands. In 1706 in Beegden, Limburg, he married as his first wife Anna Veugeler, who was baptised in 1675 in Beegdem, and died there on 31 August 1717. In 1718 in Beegdem he married as his second wife Maria Verhagen, who was baptised in 1690 in Beegdem, and died there on 7 July 1730.
5. Elisabeth Nijskens, was baptised in 1676 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 8 May 1719 in Kessel, Limburg, The Netherlands.
6. Maria Nijskens, was baptised in 1680 in Nunhem, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 15 September 1748 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
580
(__) Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record.
581
(__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of (__) Sweels and (__)
1. Hubertus Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 16 July 1730 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands. On 22 November 1700 in Nederweert Limburg, The Netherlands, he married Anthonia Joosten, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 3 October 1743 in Leveroy. Witnesses for the marriage were Thijs Nabers and Corst Sweels.
2. Corst Sweels, married Petronilla Caris.
3. Elisabeth Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record. On 28 June 1704 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands, she married Aeb Abrahams. Witnesses for the marriage were Thonisken Leen and Corst Sweels.
4. Petrus Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record. On 19 February 1697 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands, he married Elisabeth Op 't Velt, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 31 December 1742 in Leveroy. Witnesses for the marriage were Maria Sweels and Hubertus Sweels.
5. Catharina Sweels, had no birth or baptismal record. On 21 October 1704 in Leveroy, Limburg, The Netherlands, she married Theodorus Gelissen. Witnesses for the marriage were Corst Sweels and Geert Hupsen.

  Information found here taken from the research of Paul Alexander Udo Leo Schoffelen
596
Joannes/Jan Claeijs, was baptised on 19 January 1650 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Arnoldus Claes and Paschasia Maes), and died prior to 1719. He married on 27 February 1672 in Maldegem with Banns published there on 14 February 1672. Witnesses to the marriage contract were Joannes' cousin Matthijs Wouters and his mother Susanna de Smet, and Cathelijne's father Roeland de Zutter and her uncle Jan de Zutter. [parents]
597
Catharina de Zuttere, was baptised on 16 January 1650 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 27 August 1719. [parents]
 
Children of Joannes/Jan Claeijs and Catharina de Zuttere
1. Jan Claeijs, was baptised on 5 December 1672 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan de Suttere and Magdalenea Boudens), and died on 16 May 1674.
2. Petrus Claeijs, was born on 24 February 1675 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date) (Godparents: Roeland de Zuttere and Susanna de Smet), and died there on 15 October 1734. On 9 January 1725 in Maldegem (with Banns published there on 31 December 1724) he married as her second husband Joanna Buijck, the widow of Joannes de Zutter and a daughter of Georgius Buijck and Joanna Blondeel, who was born on 28 August 1672 in Eeklo, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 11 September 1734 in Maldegem.
3. Jan Claeijs, was born on 8 November 1676 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there (no date) (Godparents: Matheus Wouters and Judoca Wouters), and died on 29 October 1677.
4. Bernard Corneel Claeijs was born on 8 September 1679 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised at Sint-Salvator Church in Brugges, Belgium (Godparents: Cornel Claeijs and Maria Wouters), and died there on 22 June 1747. In 1702 in Maldegem he married Maria van de Wiele, a daughter of Franciscus/Frans van de Wiele and Adriana Geernaert, who was baptised on 12 June 1684 in Maldegem, and died there on 3 December 1764.
5. Anna Maria Claeijs, married as her first husband Franciscus Josephus/Frans Josef van de Wiele, as her second husband Peter de Vos, and as her third husband Joannes de Zuttere.
6. Egidius Ignaas Claeijs, was baptised on 7 February 1688 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Livien de Smet and Maria Magdalena Goeman), and died unmarried there on 27 April 1712.

 
612
Johannes Heremans, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1663 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. He married on 24 April 1695 in Hontenisse with Banns published there on 27 march 1695. His marriage record reads: Den 27 meert (1695) Ondertrout Jan Herman J(onge) M(an) geboren onder Hontenisse met Maria Janssen J(onge) D(ame) geboren onder Hontenisse en beijde daar woonende getuijge van den Bruijdegom is Laureijs van Damme en van de Bruijd is Maria van Remortele zijn bij ons getrout den 24 April.
613
Maria Jansen, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1667 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.

 
Children of Johannes Heremans and Maria Jansen
1. Judocus Heremans, married Elisabeth de Wael.
2. Joanna Heremans, was born on Thursday at 3:00 A.M. on 6 February 1698 and baptised on Sunday, 9 February 1698 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands (Godparents: Cornelius de Rijck and Joanna van Dam).
3. Egidius Heremans, was born at 3:00 A.M. on or about 25 January 1700 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Monday, 25 January 1700 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Egidius Rosiers and Petronella Baeck).
4. Judoca Heremans, was born on 4 May 1701 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
5. Andries Heremans, was baptised on 1 December 1702 in Boschkapelle, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and was buried on 17 February 1763 in Ossenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On 18 July 1734 in Hontenisse (withmarriage contract dated 3 July 1734) he married as his first wife and as her second husband Elisabeth van Uffelen, the widow of Cornelis Verhoeven and a daugther of Guilliam van Uffelen and Pieternella Buijs, who was born on (__) December 1684 in Hontenisse, and died prior to 1755. On Sunday, 25 May 1755 in Hontenisse (with marriage contract dated 10 May 1755) he married (witnesses: Egidius Buiktaert and Isabella de Schepper) as his second wife and as her first husband Pieternella Neve, a daughter of Dignum Neve and Catharina Voorborst, who was born on Sunday, 20 November 1729 in Hontenisse, baptised there on Wednesday, 23 November 1729 (Godparents: Cornelius Leenknecht and Petronella Lauwaert), and died prior to 10 June 1782 in Lammersveld, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and was buried on 11 June 1782 in Ossenisse. She married as her second husband Pieter van Damme.
6. (speculation) Petronella Heremans, had no birth or baptismal record. On Sunday, 18 September 1729 in the Roman Catholic Church in Hontenisse she married Hilduardus/Eduardus Pieters. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes du Chesne and Anna Heremans.
7. (speculation) Anna Heremans, had no birth or baptismal record. On Sunday, 18 September 1729 in the Roman Catholic Church in Hontenisse she married Joannes du Chesne. Witnesses to the marriage were Hilduardus Pieters and Petronella Heremans.

 
614
Joannes de Wael, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1676 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands. Is he the Joannes van de Walle who was born at 7:00 P.M. on Monday, 16 March 1676 in Hontenisse, and baptised there in the Roman Catholic Church on Thursday, 19 March 1676 (Godparents: Joannes van de Voorde and Petronila van de Walle), a son of Henricus van de Walle and Cornelia van de Voorde? He married on 15 June 1694 in Boschkapelle.
615
Amelberge van Mullem, was born on 14 January 1667 in Sint Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 15 Janury 1667. [parents]

 
Children of Joannes de Wael and Amelberge van Mullem
1. Joannes de Waele, was born on 26 July 1696 in Boschkapelle, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on 29 June 1696.
2. Elisabeth de Wael, married Judocus Heremans.
3. Apolonia de Wael, was born at 9:00 P.M. on 23 January 1704 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Sunday, 27 January 1704 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents Cornelius Buijens and Laurentia Smus).
4. Petrus de Wael, was born at 1:00 A.M. on 8 August 1707 in Hontenisse, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and baptised there on Wednesday, 10 August 1707 at the Roman Catholic Church (Godparents: Petrus Bruggheman and Margareta Culemans).

 
616
Petrus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 13 December 1659 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparent: Petrus Coppens), and died on 16 October 1689. On 21 September 1684 in Erembodegem he married as his first wife Adriana de Brauw. He married as his second wife Anna de Kegel, probably a daughter of Petrus de Kegel and Catharina van Geert, who was baptised on 26 January 1659 in Moorsel, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. [parents]
617
Adriana de Brauw, was baptised on 23 January 1660 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Meert en Adriana Vonck). [parents]
 
Children of Petrus Scheerlinck and Adriana de Brauw
1. Judocus Scheerlinck, married Adriana de Schrijver.

 
 
Children of Petrus Scheerlinck and Anna de Kegel
1. Catharina Scheerlinck, was baptised on 28 March 1688 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Meert en Catharina Van Geift). On 4 November 1711 in Erembodegem she married as his first wife Franciscus Callebaut, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 1 May 1737 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Areijs and Judocus Callebaut. He married as his second wife Petronella Gijsels.
2. Joanna Scheerlinck, was baptised on 30 September 1689 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Arijs en Catharina Maes, i.n.v. Joanna Van Langhenhove), and died there on 11 February 1755. On 4 February 1717 in Erembodegem she married Joannes Arijs, son of Michael Arijs and (__), had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 6 August 1762 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Michael Arijs and Judocus Scheirlinc.
2. Petrus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 17 August 1693 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Van De Mael en Petronella Van Steenbergh, i.n.v. Barbara De Kegel).
2. Maria Scheerlinck, was baptised on 19 November 1696 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De Kegel en Maria Wittdoeck).

 
618
Adrianus de Schrijver, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 20 March 1721 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 1 April 1677 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Antonius Verleijsen and Matthias de Rijck. [parents]
619
Anna de Rijck, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 25 September 1729 in Erembodegem. [parents]
 
Children of Adrianus de Schrijver and Anna de Rijck
1. Maria de Schrijver, was baptised on 26 April 1680 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Antonius Verleijsen and Maria de Rijck), and died there on 12 May 1705.
2. Josina de Schrijver was baptised on 20 August 1681 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Martinus De Rijck en Josina De Scrijver).
3. Petronilla de Schrijver, was baptised on 7 June 1683 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus De Scrijver en Petronilla Verlijsen), and died there on 20 June 1744. On 5 December 1708 in Erembodegem she married Joannes Vermoesen, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to Petronilla. Witnesses to the marriage were Adrianus de Schrijver and Renerius (__).
4. Adriana de Schrijver, married Judocus Scheerlinck.
5. Elisabeth de Schrijver, was baptised on 15 April 1687 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Verleijsen en Catharina Van Den bergh, i.n.v. Elisabeth Van Den Meersche), and died there on 28 May 1712.
6. Joannes de Schrijver, was baptised on 10 December 1688 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De Rijcke en Carolina De Rijcke).

 
620
Franciscus de Pelsmaecker, had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his first wife Maria de Coster. On 29 September 1669 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, he married as his second wife Maria Heydens.
621
Maria Heydens, was baptised on 23 July 1642 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Franciscus de Pelsmaecker and Maria Heydens
1. Judocus de Pelsmaecker, married Catharina van Wetteren.
2. Petrus de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 2 March 1675 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
 
Children of Franciscus de Pelsmaecker and Maria de Coster
1. Elizabeth de Pelsmaecker, was baptised on 2 December 1667 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
622
Egidius van Wetteren was baptised on 22 July 1653 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius Meert en Joanna De Gijter), and died there on 9 March 1729. [parents]
623
Adriana Robert, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 3 May 1730 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Egidius van Wetteren and Adriana Robert
1. Catharina van Wetteren, married Judocus de Pelsmaecker.
2. Gertrudis van Wetteren, was baptised on 25 December 1679 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: None).
3. Gertrudis van Wetteren, was baptised on 28 March 1681 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Vaerenbergh en Gertrudis Crieck), and died there on 6 August 1720. On 10 November 1708 in Erembodegem she married Petrus de Clerck, a son of Philippus de Clerck en Catharina Scheerlinck, who was baptised on 19 August 1682 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Reinerius Verelst i.n.v. Philippus Scherelings en Catharina Vaerenbergh), and died there on 15 June 1736. Witnesses to the marriage were Philippus de Clerck and Egidius van Wetteren.
4. Judocus van Wetteren, was baptised on 8 April 1684 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Heijndrick en Adriana Robert), and died young.
5. Anna Francisca van Wetteren, was baptised on 25 May 1688 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Franciscus Marckx en Anna Callebaut), and died there on 13 October 1767. On 6 January 1713 in Erembodegem she married Petrus van de Maele, a son of Joannes van de Maele and Joanna Meert, who was baptised on 21 January 1686 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Petrus Meit en Margarita Kiekens), and died there on 16 February 1740. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes van der Cruijse and Guilielmus van de Maele.
6. Judocus van Wetteren, was baptised on 23 May 1692 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Haver en Maria Kiekens), and died there on 6 August 1778. He married Anna Hulsbosch, a daughter of Paulus Hulsbosch and Maria Moens, was baptised on 12 January 1697 in Buggenhout, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died on 15 October 1771 in Erembodegem.
7. Josina/Judoca van Wetteren, was baptised on 5 December 1695 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus de Scrijvere en Josina de Vriese), and died there on 24 January 1736. On 5 November 1724 in Erembodegem she married Martinus Steenhaut, a son of Laurentius Steenhout and Judoca van Nieuwenborgh, who was baptised on 24 January 1698 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Martinus Van Den Berghe en Catharina Steenhaut), and died there on 3 February 1767. Witnesses to the marriage were Guilielmus Egidius van Wetteren and Laurentius Steenhaut.
8. Engelbertus van Wetteren, was baptised on 11 June 1702 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Engelbertus De Clerck en Maria Droeshaut), and died there on 26 March 1774. On 4 August 1726 in Erembodegem he married Anna Timmermans, a daughter of Joannes Timmermans and Maria van Rons, who was baptised on 26 July 1703 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Andreas Rons en Barbara Collier), and died there on 20 November 1771. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Timmermans and Judocus van Wetteren).

 
626
Egidius Lammens, was born on 25 September 1656 in Kalken, and died there on 7 December 1741.
627
Anna Haeghens, was born on 14 August 1650 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Egidius Lammens and Anna Haeghens
1. Maria Lammens, married Petrus Opdorp.

 
628
Christophorus de Ridder, was baptised on 26 June 1657 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Christophorus Lanens en Martina De Smet), and died there on 19 September 1740. He married on 20 June 1688 in Merchtem (with Banns published there on 7 June 1688). [parents]
629
Cornelia Meskens, was baptised on 18 November 1660 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Vanden Bosch, Maria Slachmoelen i.p.v. Cornelia Schelkens), and died there on 9 February 1733. [parents]
 
Children of Christophorus de Ridder and Cornelia Meskens
1. Anna de Ridder, was baptised on 19 May 1689 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. She married Andreas de Bont.
2. (__) de Ridder, was baptised by the midwife on 12 May 1691 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: None), and died the same day.
3. Marinus de Ridder, was baptised on 26 April 1692 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Verdoot i.p.v. Marinus Van De Voor, Anna van der Hoeven i.p.v. Maria Gheerems).
4. Adrianus de Ridder, married Catharina Boman.
5. Egidius de Ridder, was baptised on 10 October 1697 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Daniel Laureys i.p.v. Egidius De Ridder en Margarita Brusselmans), and died there on 16 June 1766. On 17 June 1721 in Merchtem he married as his first wife Anna Heyvaert, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 12 June 1743 in Merchtem. On 11 May 1745 in Merchtem he married as his second wife and as her second husband Maria van Acolyen, the widow of Jacobus Verelst, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1698, and died on 22 February 1770 in Merchtem.
6. Magdalena de Ridder, was baptised on 12 March 1700 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Cornelius en Magdalena De Ridder), and died there on 3 May 1701.
7. Maria de Ridder, was baptised on 25 March 1703 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Verdoot en Maria Nols). She married Henricus Lepe Ver.

 
630
Henricus Boman/Booghmans, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 6 May 1724 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He married on 1 January 1686 in Merchtem.
631
Catharina Heymans, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 9 December 1750 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
 
Children of Henricus Boman/Booghmans and Catharina Heymans
1. Maria Bomans/Booghmans, was baptised on 24 November 1686 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
2. Catharina Boman/Booghmans, married Adrianus de Ridder.
3. Jan Bomans/Booghmans, was baptised on 16 June 1688 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
4. Petrus Bomans/Booghmans, was baptised on 24 February 1696 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
848
Hendrick Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record.

On 8 April 1735 Hendrick was appointed one of the Constables for the Second River area of Newark Township, New Jersey.

Unsourced records, perhaps in an attempt to identify him with an individual named "Old Henry" who was said to have lived to be 134 years old, state that he was born on 11 June 1686 in Essex County, New Jersey, that he died in 1820 on 10 October 1820 in Whitehall, Washington County, New York, and that he married about 1723 in New Jersey. [parents]

849
Levyntje Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Francisco and Levyntje Van der Koeck
1. Geesje Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. On 13 May 1740 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River she married Nicholas Stagg, a son of William Stagg and Magdalena Brouwer, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Lena Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. With Banns published 27 May 1742 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk she married John Van der Hoef, a son of Guysbert Van der Hoef and Margrietje Vreeland, , who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1720 in the Fairfield section of Essex County, New Jersey. According to their marriage record, John was born in Weezel and living in Hanover Co. at the time of his marriage, and Lena was born in Gansegat and "living there." John posted a bond in the settlement of his father's estate in 1758.
3. Johannes Francisco, married Aeltje Francisco.
4. Machiel Francisco, was born on 2 May 1729 and baptised on 8 June 1729 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Joris Van der Koeck and Elizabeth Stech). On 11 November 1753 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River he married Maria Van der Hoef, a daughter of Isaac Van der Hoef and Elizabeth Van Zeil, who was baptised on 28 March 1731 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk. At the time of their marriage, both Machiel and Maria were recorded as being from Gansegat.

 
850
Thomas Corneliszen Doremus, was baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Mr. Gilam Bertolf and Maeyke Jacobusen, wife of Arien Tomasen), and died about 1748 probably in New Jersey. He married on 4 October 1712 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack. Thomas was born and living in Acquackanonk and Anneke was born at Bergen and living at Hackensack at the time of their marriage.

They settled near Cedar Grove, at the headwaters of the Peckamin River, in Essex County, New Jersey, on the portion of Garret Mountain tract given to him by his father's will. His allotment was described in subsequent deeds as "the southwesterly corner of the Acquackanonk mountain land." It included at least part, if not all, of the Cedar Grove mill sites. He was chosen one of the constables of Essex County in 1723. In 1743 he bought a tract of 727 acres east of the Bog and Vly, and deed one-third of it to his son Golyn in 1748, and one-third of each of his sons Abraham and John, all of whom settled on these tracts in Jacksonville, northeast of Towaco valley. [
parents]
851
Anneke Abramse Ackerman, was baptised on 27 December 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Johannes Van Laren and Catharina Van Laren). [parents]

 
Children of Thomas Corneliszen Doremus and Anneke Abramse Ackerman
1. Cornelis Doremus, was born on 16 April 1714, baptised (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Cornelis Doremes and Rachel Peterse), and died on 8 March 1803 in White Hall, Towaco, Morris County, New Jersey. In 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married Antje Yong, a daughter of Pieter Yong and Antje Smith, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Cornelis settled in Morris County, New Jersey, a mile or two from the present Montville, on a large farm, probably purchased for him by his father. On this land his descendants located, and in time they became so numerous that the neighborhood came to be generally known as Doremus Town (it is now called White Hall). Cornelis was on friendly terms with the Indians, who were numerous in that region when he first settled there. He and Antje became members of the Reformed Dutch Church at Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey, 17 June 1739. Cornelis died on 8 March 1803.

The will of Cornelius Doremus, of Pequanack, Morris County, was dated 17 February 1791, proved 4 April 1803, and witnessed by Isaac Haulenbeck, Peter Ackerman, and Gerrit Haulenbeck. In it he devised to his "eldest son Henry twenty shillings in consideration of being my oldest son; also all my land and real estate where I now live;" 50 acres of Bacchus (Bocker?) creek to be sold and the proceeds divided amongst all his children. His wife, Ann Doremus, to be comfortably and conveniently maintained by his son John. Executors were his sons Henry and John. His personal estate was appriased at $419.58½.
Cornelis Doremus and Antje Yong have other descendants, such as:
.Thomas Doremus - Rachel Spier
|.Cornelis T. Doremus - Lena Mandeville
||.Thomas C. Doremus - Sarah Platte Haines
|| .ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS (1824-1906) chemist - Estelle Emma Skidmore
||  .CHARLES AVERY DOREMUS (1851-1925) chemist
||
|.Pieter Doremus - Susanna Jacobus
| .Nicholas Jones Doremus - Elizabeth Haring
|  .Susan Jane Doremus - JACOB REYNIER WORTENDYKE (1818-1868) Congressman
|
.Marytje Doremus - Bartholomew Dods
|.Jane Dods - John De Hart
| .Sarah De Hart - Isaac Quinby
|  .Phebe Quinby - Davis Vail
|   .THEODORE NEWTON VAIL (1845-1920) industrialist - Emma Louise Righter
|    .Lucy Grovene Vail - James Jan Converse
|     .James Vail Converse - THELMA MORGAN (1906-1970) socialite
|
.Johannis Doremus - (1) Sarah Mandeville, (2) Margaret Cadmus
 .(by 1) Anche Doremus - Johannes Jacobus
 |.John I. Jacobus - Mary Aber
 | .Henry Oliver Jacobus - Harriet Amanda Aber
 |  .John Ira Jacobus - Ida Wilmot Lines
 |   .DONALD LINES JACOBUS (1887-1970) genealogist
 |
 .(by 2) James Doremus - Ann Parlaman
  .Sarah Doremus - Josiah P. Huntoon
   .LOUIS DOREMUS HUNTOON (1869-?) mining engineer

  
2. Abraham Doremus, was born on 31 August 1716, baptised (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Abraham Akkerman and Aeltje Van Laer), and died prior to 25 March 1802. On 8 July 1739 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Helena Van Houten, a daughter of Roelof Corneliszen Van Houten and Jannejte Spier, who was born on 15 October 1715 and baptised [no date] as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: ?).

Abraham lived at Jacksonville, Morris Coounty, New Jersey, on a farm of about 240 acres, given him by his father. He afterward returned to Cedar Grove. Helena probably predeceased her husband because no provision was made for her in his will. Abraham died prior to 25 March 1802, on which dated his lands were mapped out into nine lots by Abraham Willis and apportioned to his heirs.
3. Johannes Doremus, was born on 29 March 1719 and baptised (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Johannes Doremes and Elizabeth Akkerman). On 15 June 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married Fransyntje Mourtizen. At the time of their marriage he was living in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey, and she was living in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey.

They lived in Jacksonville, Morris County, New Jersey, on a farm of about 240 acres, given to him by his father soon after his marriage.
4. Golyn Doremus, was born on 20 March 1722 and baptised (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Gelyn Akkerman annd Sara Akkerman). On 29 October 1744 (with Banns recorded 2 October 1744 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River) he married Elizabeth Yong, a daughter of Pieter Yong and Antie Smith, who was baptised on 9 January 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Brandt Jacobese and Elisabeth, his wife).
5. Aeltje Doremus, married Johannis Francisco.
6. Thomas Doremus, was born on 9 May 1730 and baptised on 24 May 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Jannetje Doremus). He married as his first wife Sara Sandford, who was probably a daughter of William Sandford III, and born about 1735. She married as his second wife Maragrietje Vanderhoef, a daughter of Jacob VanderHoef and Maria Outwater, who was baptised on 1 August 1762 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: ?), and died prior to 5 December 1790. On 5 December 1790 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married as his third wife and as her second husband Maragrietje Riker, the widow of Simon Van Ness and the daughter of Ryck Rycker and Trijntje Francisco, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1759, and died on 31 December 1829.

 
852
Johannes Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1700, and died about 1732. He married on 9 November 1725/1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk as her first husband Elizabeth Bruyn. Banns for their marriage were published there 13 October 1726 with Johannes recorded as being from "Acquegnonk" and Elizabeth as being from "Secund-River." [parents]
853
Elisabeth Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1708. She married as her first husband Johannes Mandeville. On 22 January 1735 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (with Banns possibly published there on 21 December 1734) she married as her second husband Arien Cadmus, a son of Johannes Thomaszen and Marytje Van Deusen, who was born on 17 December 1711. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Mandeville and Elisabeth Bruyn
1. Hendrick Mandeville, married Magdalena Spier.
2. Jan Mandeville, was born on 12 May 1730, and baptised (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Hendrik Bruyn and Margrieta Lacomba). Prior to 1756 he married as his first wife Geertruy Van Ness, a daughter of Hendrick Van Ness and Catharine Jacobus, who was born on 19 October 1732 in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey, supposedly baptised on 12 November 1732 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk though no record can be found to support that, and died prior to 1798 probably in Pompton Plains. He married as his second wife Ann Ryerson, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1728 in Pompton Plains. On 30 June 1798 in Pompton Plains he married as his third wife Jane Berry, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1728 in Pompton Plains.

 
 
Children of Arien Cadmus and Elisabeth Bruyn
3. Marytie Cadmus, was born on 9 March 1736, and baptised on 11 April 1736 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Thomas Cadmus and Cornelia Jeralomon). On 17 January 1753 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River she married John Mead, a son of Giles Mead and Jannetje Bruyn, who was born on 16 October 1731 and baptised on 14 November 1731 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Elias Thammis and Styntje Meet). According to their marriag record, John was from Pechenech and Maria was from the Gansegat.

About the time of his marriage in 1753, John Mead removed from his father's farm in Two Bridges to his father-in-law's farm on Dutch Lane in Essex Co. at a location called variously Acquackanonk, the Gansegat, Horseneck, and Fairfield. In 1789 this farm would have been partly in West Caldwell and partly in Fairfield.

4. Antonie Cadmus, was born on 12 December 1739 and baptised on 6 January 1740 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Hendrick Bruyn and Aaltje Bruyn). About 1767 he married Jannetje Vreeland, a daughter of Cornelius Vreeland and Margrietje Van Winkle, who had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Hendrick Cadmus, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1742. He married Margritje Wouterse, a daughter of Francois Wouterse and Styntje Bruyn, who was born on 1 March 1749/1750, and baptised on 4 March 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River (wit.: Arie Koning and Margaritie Bruyn).

 
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Frans Spier, was baptised on 2 April 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jan Aertsen van der Bilt and Annetje Ariaense Sips), and died between 30 December 1767 and 8 January 1771, the dates that his will was written and proved. He married on 17 March 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack as his first wife Dierckje Van Houten. On 4 October 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married as his second wife and as her second husband Hester Delamater, the widow of Simon Van Ness and a daughter of Isaac Delamater and Cornelia Evertse, who was baptised on 7 April 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jean and Hester de Lamaistre). They had no children.

Frans was involved with a rather complicated legal problem involving the ownership of the land on which he lived in Horseneck. He and his neighbors claimed their rights to the land by virtue of the deed granted by the Indians on 1 May 1701. The East Jersey Proprietors did not recognize the validity of the Indian deed and claimed the land was rightfully theirs. On 22 December 1744 the proprietors sent a letter to the settlers on the disputed land requesting that they lease or purchase the land on which they already lived. Frans and his neighbors refused and some were jailed for rioting. The dispute continued for several years - nothing had been done as of 23 October 1749 - and apparently no formal settlement was ever reached. Frans wrote his will 30 December 1767 and it was proved 8 January 1771. In it he made a bequest to his eldest son, Cornelius, of land "in the Great piece and in the purchase of Horse Neck." He named eight children and identified the husbands of his daughters. His second wife, Hester, was not mentioned in his will and may have predeceased him. [
parents]
855
Dierckje Van Houten, was baptised on 7 November 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Tonis Roelof and Dirckje Cornelis). [parents]

 
Children of Frans Spier and Dierckje Van Houten
1. Cornelis Spier, was born on 20 January 1701, and died on 25 June 1785. With Banns published 28 February 1735 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married as her second husband Susanna Vincent, the widow of Johannes Van Giesen and a daughter of Levi Vincent and Hester De Veaux, who was born on 3 February 1711 and on 13 December 1797. Both were living "within the Congregation" (of Acquackanonk) at the time of their marriage. Cornelius served in the Revolutionary War as a captain in the 2nd Regiment in the Essex County Militia. His will, dated 15 May 1784 and proved 15 November 1785, names his wife, Susannah, daughters Derrickye, widow of John Pier, Rachel, wife of Thomas Doremus, and Garretye, widow of Brant Jacobusse. His grandson, Jacob Pier, was also named. Land in the mountains of the Notch and on the plain "had of late father" was also described.
Cornelis Spier and Susanna Vincent have other descendants, such as:
.Rachel Spier - Thomas Cornelis Doremus
 .Cornelis T. Doremus - Lena Mandeville
 |.Thomas C. Doremus - SARAH PLATT HAINES (1802-1877) philanthropist
 | .ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS (1824-1906) chemist - Estelle Emma Skidmore
 |  .CHARLES AVERY DOREMUS (1851-1925) chemist
 |
 .Pieter Doremus - Susanna Jacobus
  .Nicholas Jones Doremus - Elizabeth Haring
   .Susan Jane Doremus - JACOB REYNIER WORTENDYKE (1818-1868) Congressman
  
2. Garret Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1712. He was mentioned in his father's will dated 30 December 1767.
3. Jacobus Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1714 possibly in Gansegat, New Jersey. With Banns published 3 June 1740 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River he married Neeltje Coerten, a daughter of Jan Coerten and Neeltje Stagg, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1713/19. They lived on River Road, Below Passaic, on a farm that extended from the river a distance of two and a half miles.
Jacobus Spier and Neeltje Coerten have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick J. Spier - Metje Vreeland
 .Hendrick Speer - Rachel Van Emburgh
  .ALFRED SPEER (1823-1910) inventor
  
4. Henry Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1716 possibly in Fairfield, New Jersey. On 27 October 1746 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains he married Elisabeth Mandeville, a daughter of Hendrick Mandeville and Elizabeth Vreeland, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1728 possibly in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey. According to the marriage record Elisabeth was had been born and was then living in Hanover. Henry had been born and was then living in Gansegat. Elizabeth died prior to 28 December 1786 and Henry died after that date.
5. John Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1718 possibly in Gansegat, New Jersey. He married Sara Debow, a daughter of Garret Debow and Sarah Vanderbeek, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1735. John's will was dated 22 October 1795 at Acquackanonk, New Jersey, and proved 10 July 1797. In it he named his wife, Sarah, son, Francis, and daughter, Margaret, wife of Abraham Low. A devise was made of land on the south side of the road from Newark to Boonton.
6. Maritje Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1720 possibly in Gansegat, New Jersey. With Banns published 26 July 1735 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk she married Pieter Mauritzen, a son of Jacob Maurtizen and (Gerretje or Catharine) Kierstead, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1716 possibly in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey.
7. Helena Spier, married Hendrick Mandeville.
8. Sarah Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1724 possibly in Gansegat, New Jersey. On 3 October 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River she married Jan Wouterse. According to the marriage record, he was from Second River and she was from Gansegat. Gerrit Spier witnessed the marriage.

 
856
Gerrit Van Ness, was baptised on 20 December 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis and Gerritje Van den Bergh), and died in 1795. He married on 20 August 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. [parents]
857
Sara Van den Bergh, was baptised on 13 May 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Antony Coster and Lysbeth Coster). [parents]
 
Children of Gerrit Van Ness and Sara Van den Bergh
1. Cornelis Van Ness, married Alida Van Woert.
2. Jan Van Ness, was baptised on 1 October 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Peter Van Den Bergh and Eng. Livingston). He married as her first husband Mayke Van den Bergh, a daughter of Volkert Van den Bergh and Catharina Huyck, who was baptised on 2 August 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: W.V.D. Berg and Cat. V.D. Berg). Jan died prior to 20 January 1769, on which date Maycke married as her second husband Philip Deforest.
3. Santie Van Ness, was baptised on 9 February 1729 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: C. and Antie Van den Bergh).
4. Petrus Van Nesswas baptised on 23 January 1732 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: P. and A. Van Woert).
5. Marritie Van Ness, was baptised on 23 January 1732 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Hendrick and Annaatje Ridder). She married as his first wife Leendert Mulder, a son of Jacob Mulder and Agnietje Conyn, who was baptised in May 1729 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: L. and Jann. Conyn). Marritje was mentioned in the will of her aunt, Ariaantje Van Woert, in 1773. Leendert married on 9 April 1784 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany as his second wife Maria Strunk (a daughter of Hendrik Strunk and Elsje Henrich, who was baptised on 2 October 1757 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jacob Herwich and Maria Strouk).
6. Abraham Van Ness, was baptised on 20 December 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Abraham and Antje Van der Poel). On 27 January 1762 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Annatje De Ridder, a daughter of Hendrick De Ridder and Anna (__), who was baptised on 26 September 1742 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis Walran and Jannetje Waldron).
7. Aaltje Van Ness, was baptised on 23 August 1741 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Melchert Van der Poel and Catharine Van den Bergh). She married (__) FONDA. Aaltje was mentioned in the will of her aunt, Ariaantje Van Woert, in 1773.

I'm no longer sure that Aaltje married an unnamed Fonda. Based on some baptismal witnesses to her sibling's children, I wonder if instead that she married a Nicolaas Van den Bergh.

8. Nicolaas Van Ness, was baptised on 17 June 1744 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Corns. Nic. Van den Bergh and Zantje Ridder).

 
858
Jacob Van Woert, was baptised on 30 October 1698 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Hendrik Van Esch and Catrina Van Esch). He married on 17 October 1723 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. [parents]
859
Hendrickje Oothout, was baptised on 5 January 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis Van Esch and Lammertje Oothout). [parents]

 
Children of Jacob Van Woert and Hendrickje Oothout
1. Jacob Van Woert, was baptised on 8 January 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jacob and Zara. V. Woert). He married Elizabeth Fort, a daughter of Jacobus Fort and Sara De Wandelaer, who was baptised on 23 April 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Leendt. and Cath. Gansevoort)
2. Johannes Van Woert, was baptised on 7 November 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan and Aaltie Oothout), and buried on 26 August 1746 in the churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.
3. Anneke Van Woert, was baptised on 5 November 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Ruth V. Woerd and Maria Gerritsen). about 1746 she married Isaac Lansing, a son of Jacob Hendrick Lansing and Helena Pruyn, who was baptised on 28 January 1722 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Casparus and Alida Van Iveren), and died in 1799.
4. Alida Van Woert, married Cornelis Van Ness.
5. Sara Van Woert, was baptised on 2 October 1731 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: P. V. Woerdt and Sara Gardenier), and died prior to 1 July 1758. On 18 November 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as his first wife Abraham Fort, a son of Jacobus Fort and Sara Wandelaer, who was baptised on 3 February 1731 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Abr. Fort and Anna Fort). On 1 July 1758 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany Abraham married as his second wife Eva Benoit (Benneway).
6. Fytje Van Woert, was baptised on 14 October 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Sand V. Woert and Alida Marselis). On 5 May 1754 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Jellis Winne, a son of Killian Winne and Rebecca Fonda, who was baptised on 19 November 1732 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jillis Fonda and Rebecca Fonda).
7. Petrus Van Woert, was baptised on 9 November 1735 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: P. and H.V. Woerdt). On 25 October 1760 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Rachel Ridder, who was possibly the daughter of Gerrit de Ridder and Anthe Van Den Bergh, who was baptised on 5 February 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis M. and Rachel Van den Bergh).
8. Louis Van Woert, was baptised on 11 January 1737/38 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Louis and Hiltje Credel). On 10 October 1765 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Catharyntje Van Den Bergh, a daughter of Volkert Van der Bergh and Catharina Huyck, who was baptised on 20 March 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: William van der Bergh and Maria Gerritsen).
9. Myndert Van Woert, was baptised on 17 February 1739/40 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Myndert and Rebecca Marcelis), and may be "Jacob Van Woert's little son" who was buried on 16 August 1744 in the churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.
10. Rebecca Van Woert, was baptised on 16 May 1742 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Ruth and Elizabeth Van Woerd). She married Harmen Fort, a son of Jacobus Fort and Sara De Wandelaer, who was baptised on 8 January 1737 at Half Moon, New York, as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Pieter De Wandelaer and Maria De Wandelaer).
Rebecca Van Woert and Harman Fort have other descendants, such as:
.Annatje Fort - Johannes Hermanus Schuyler
 .George Washington Schuyler - Matilda Scribner
  .EUGENE SCHUYLER (1840-1890) Ambassador
  
11. Eva Van Woert, was baptised on 11 March 1743/44 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Lodewyk and Hiltje Schredel). On 27 December 1760 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Isaac Slingerland, a son of Teunise Slingerland and Cornelia Kip, who was baptised on 14 August 1734 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Isaac Kip and Geertruy Veder).
12. Myndert Van Woert, was baptised on 25 May 1746 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Myndert Muselis and Rebecca Dox).
13. Margarieta Van Woert, was baptised on 4 December 1758 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Corn. Ouderkerk and Maritje Oothout).

 
860
Hendrick Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. Unsourced records, perhaps in an attempt to identify him with an individual named "Old Henry" who was said to have lived to be 134 years old, state that he was born on 11 June 1686 in Essex County, New Jersey, that he died in 1820 on 10 October 1820 in Whitehall, Washington County, New York, and that he married about 1723 in New Jersey.
861
Leventje Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record.

Please see the entry for 848 and 849 for this couples' children.

862
Thomas Corneliszen Doremus, was baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Mr. Gilam Bertolf and Maeyke Jacobusen, wife of Arien Tomasen). He died about 1748 probably in New Jersey. He married on 4 October 1712 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack.
863
Anneke Abramse Ackerman, was baptised on 27 December 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Johannes Van Laren and Catharina Van Laren).

Please see the entry for 850 and 851 for this couples' children.

864
Cornelis Drake, was baptised on 11 March 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Barent van Tilburg and Johanna van Swanen). He married in New Jersey.

He might be the Cornelius Drake who on 22 June 1744 sold 110 acres of land to Ellis Cook in Hanover, New Jersey, "lying on the south side of the road to the old iron works and extending 62 chains westerly." [parents]

865
Mareytje Laurens Toers, was baptised on 30 September 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Helmigh Roelofse and his wife). [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Drake and Mareytje Laurens Toers
1. Jacobus Drake, married Helen (__).
2. Sara Drake, was born on 24 May 1730 and baptised on 28 June 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Johannes Toers and Sara Akkerman).
3. Francina Drake, was born on 24 May 1730 and baptised on 28 June 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (wit.: Elias Jac. Vreeland and Margrietje Jac. Vreeland).
4. (possibly) Cornelius Drake, had no birth or baptismal record.
5. (possibly) Gerardus Drake, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1729 possibly in Mamaroneck, New York . He married Sarah Beasley. Gerardus Drake, age 29 in 1758, served in Capt. Abraham Hatfield's Company, Westchester County Militia, during the French and Indian Wars.
6. (possibly) William Drake, had no birth or baptismal record. In 1737 in Beekman Southward, Putnam County, New York, he may possibly have married Elizabeth Taylor, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1720 in New York.

 
868
Jeremiah Genung, was born in 1695 probably in Flushing, Queens County, New York, and died on 7 May 1776 in Madison, Morris County, New Jersey. He married as his first wife Deziah (__). Prior to 11 June 1770 (and perhaps by 1733) he married as his second wife Elizabeth (__). It is thought that Elizabeth was the mother of his son Ananias, but this is not certain.

In 1744/47 Jeremiah was overseer of the poor in the township of Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey. On 21 February 1744/45 he witnessed the will of John Radley of Hanover and made an appraisal of Radley's property. In 1746 his father in his own will at North Castle, New York, was mentioned as Jeremiah Gonnong, Senior. On 1 October 1748 he witnessed the will of Barnabas Carter of Hanover. In 1749/50 he was overseer of highways of the township of Hanover. On 28 June 1753 he appraised the estate of Richard Easton. On 15 October 1755, owed the estate of Reuben Winget, late of Morristown, New Jersey, 3 shillings, 4½ pence. On 16 June 1763 he with others took an inventory of the estate of Banjamin Carter of Morris County. On 23 June 1764 Jacob Allen of Morris Co. owed Jeremiah Genung, Sener., 1 shilling 7 pence. On 11 July 1770, he deeded to his son, Jonas Genung, land in Hanover Township, New Jersey. He was mentioned in the will of his uncle John Genung as his uncle's favorite and as living in New Jersey. Prior to 11 June 1770 Jeremiah married as his second wife Elizabeth (__), when they deeded some property to his son Jonas. It is probable that she is the mother of Ananias, but it is not certain. [parents]
 
Children of Jeremiah Genung and Elizabeth (__)
1. Ananias Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1733 in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey, and died there on 11 December 1817. He married as her second husband Abigail (__), the widow of (__) Burnett. They lived in Genungtown (now Florham Park), New Jersey. Tax records of Hanover Township, Morris County, New Jersey, for 1778-1780, show Ananias with 40 acres, 4 horned cattle, and 2 hogs. He served as a private in the Morris County, New Jersey Militia during the Revolutionary War. Abigail joined the Bottle Mill (now Madison, New Jersey) Presbyterian Church in 1790.

 

869
Deziah (__), had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1703. She was buried on 27 September 1741 in Whippany, Morris County, New Jersey.
 
Children of Jeremiah Genung and Deziah (__)
1. John Genung, married as his first wife (__), and as his second wife Sarah Clark.
2. Martha Genung, had no birth or baptismal record. On 22 August 1751, probably in New Jersey, she possibly married Jeremiah Poste.
3. Mary Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1724. She died unmarried in 1767/68.
4. Hannah Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1725. Either she or her niece (a daughter of her brother John) as the wife of Rice Nicholas.
5. Jonas Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Morris County, New Jersey. On 5 January 1748 in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey, he married Deborah Carter, perhaps a daughter of Benjamin Carter and Sarah (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1737.
6. Susannah Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1729. She died unmarried in 1767/68.
7. Nancy Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1731.

 
880
Abraham Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born probably in Schenectady, Albany County, New York. He died between 29 March 1725 and 19 April 1726, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 29 March 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack.

Abraham's marriage record refers to him as "j.m. van Schoonegte." The will of Abraham Brouwer of Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, weaver was dated 29 March 1725 and proved 19 April 1726. In it he mentions his oldest child Pieter who has received his share (1/2 home lot on the East), son David to have land on the west side of the Little Mill, son Johannes residue of real estate which is easterly to the land of his son Petrus. He also mentions his other sons Samuel and David and daughters Lea, Rachel, and Mary (the youngest). Witnesses: Benjamin De Marest, Niklaes Bon, and David de Marest. Wife Lea Brouwer executrix; brothers- in-law James Christy and Pieter tutors and administrators of minor children. [
parents]
881
Lea Demarest, was baptised on 18 April 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Nicola der pree and Reychje Hermens). She died after 1731. She married as her first husband Abraham Brouwer. With Banns published on 15 May 1731 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh she married as her second husband Roelof Lubbertszen Westervelt, a son of Lubbert Westervelt and Geesie Roelofse, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658/59 in Meppel, Drenthr, The Netherlands. [parents]
 
Children of Abraham Brouwer and Lea Demarest
1. Petrus Brouwer, was baptised on 24 May 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: David, son of Jan DeMaree and Elena Brouwers). With Banns published on 20 May 1724 he married as her first husband Dina De Groot, a daughter of Pieter De Groot and Beleitie Van Schaick, who was baptised on 12 August 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Jacob DeGroot and Antie Hoppe). Both were recorded as having been born and then living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage. Petrus died prior to 8 February 1734, on which date Dina married as her second husband Benjamin Lozier.
Petrus Brouwer and Dina De Groot have other descendants, such as:
.Maria Brouwer - Cornelis Tallman
 .Maria Tallman - Daniel Van Voorhees
  .Cornelius Van Voorhees - Margaret Monfoort
   .Jacob Voorhis - Nancy McDaniels Tucker
    .Henry Manning Voorhis - Louisa Angeline Bennett
     .Aurelius Lyman Voorhis - Louisa Ann Brown
      .Charles Brown Voorhis - Ella Ward Smith
       .HORACE JEREMIAH VOORHIS (1901-1984) Congressman

      
2. Johannes Brouwer, was baptised on 18 February 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Hulderik Brouwer and Mary DeMaree).
3. Samuel Brouwer, was baptised on 18 February 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Samuel, son of David DeMaree and Rachel DeMaree). With Banns published on 9 November 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh he married Martyje Hartje, a daughter of Jacob Hartje and Tryntje Stratemaker, who was born on 21 March 1710 and baptised on 12 April 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Isack Blauvelt and Miccke, his wife). At the time of their marriage, Samuel was recorded as having been born and then living in Schraalenburgh and Marytie as having been born and then living in Nyack. Samuel Brouwer, wife, and 6 children, coming from New York, were refugees stopping at Fishkill Landing in 1776.
Samuel Brouwer and Marytie Hartje have other descendants, such as:
.Jacob Brouwer - Anne Catherine Jeandre
 .JOHN HENRY ISAAC BROWERE (1790-1834) sculptor - Elisabeth Catherine Matlock Derrick
  .ALBERTUS DE ORIENT BROWERE (1814-1887) artist

      
4. David Brouwer, married Jannetje Hartje.
5. Jacobus Brouwer, was baptised on 1 May 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Jeems Christi and Magdalena, his wife). About 1731 he married Jannetje Hartje, a daughter of Coenrart Hanse and Leuntje Magielse, who was born on 29 October 1710 and baptised on 16 January 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Johannes Harte and Jannetie De Remes).

Jacobus Brouwer is said to have married, probably as his second wife, Elizabeth Degrauw, but credible evidence is lacking to support this claim.

Jacobus Brouwer and Jannetje Hartje have other descendants, such as:
.Abraham Brouwer - Neeltje Duryea
 .Richard Duryea Brower - Eliza Archer
  .Abraham Duryea Brower - Mary Rachel Stevens
   .JACOB VREDENBERG BROWER (1844-1905) explorer, archeologist

      
6. Lea Brouwer, was baptised on 8 April 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Andries Van Norden and Magdalena, wife of Jan DeMaree). She died young.
7. Lea Brouwer, was baptised on 22 August 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Willem Stegge and Magdaleen DeMaree). On 13 December 1739 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (with Banns published there 27 October 1739) she married as his first wife David Edwards, a son of Thomas Edwards and Alitha (__), who was born on 7 August 1716 "in the Highlands" and baptised on 9 May 1717 at "our meeting at Quaseck" as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Isaac Lassen and Elisabeth Myndersen). At the time of their marriage he was recorded as having been born in the Highland and then living in Hackensack and she as having been born and then living in Schraalenburgh. Lea died prior to 22 June 1745, on which date Banns were published at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh for the marriage of David and his second wife Rachel Christy.
8. Rachel Brouwer, was baptised on 9 December 1716 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Benjamin DeMaree and Elisabeth DeGroot, his wife). On 12 August 1738 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh she married as his first wife Hendrick Hendrickse Banta, son of Hendrik Hendrikse Banta and Geertry Terhuyne, who had no birth or baptismal record, died on 14 October 1805, at Pleasureville, Henry County, Kentucky, and was buried on George Bergen's farm in Shelby County, Kentucky. At the time of their marriage he was recorded as having been born and then living in Schraalenburgh as she as having been born and then living in Hackensack. On 24 January 1751 in New York, New York County, New York, he married as his second wife Antje Demarest.

Hendrick was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack in 1741. He removed from Bergen County, New Jersey, to Somerset County, New Jersey, and was an Elder of the church at Bedminster on 25 October 1758. After about 10 years there, he moved to Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania, and joined the church there. His will, dated 13 December 1799 and proved 14 October 1805, bequeathed to his wife Anna "all and singular my lands, as also all my personal estate of every sort and kinde I die so possed." Executors were Albert Voris, Cornelius Banta, and John Voris. Witnesses were Christopher Bergen, Simon Vanosdal, and Rachael Vanosdal.

Rachel Brower and Hendrick Hendrikse Banta have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick Banta - Maria Stryker
|.Peter Banta - Rachel Banta
| .Henry P. Banta - Mary C. Mitchell
|  .William M. Banta - Elizabeth Jane Crowder
|   .Cyrus Newton Banta - Susan Price Learned
|    .PARKE MONROE BANTA (1891-1970) Congressman
|
.Abraham Banta - Margrieta Monfort
|.Rachel Banta - Rachel Banta
| .Henry P. Banta - Mary C. Mitchell
|  .William M. Banta - Elizabeth Jane Crowder
|   .Cyrus Newton Banta - Susan Price Learned
|    .PARKE MONROE BANTA (1891-1970) Congressman
|
.Leah Banta - Jacob Monfoort
 .Cornelius Van Voorhees - Margaret Monfoort
  .Jacob Voorhis - Nancy McDaniels Tucker
   .Henry Manning Voorhis - Louisa Angeline Bennett
    .Aurelius Lyman Voorhis - Louisa Ann Brown
     .Charles Brown Voorhis - Ella Ward Smith
      .HORACE JEREMIAH VOORHIS (1901-1984) Congressman

      
9. Daniel Brouwer, was baptised on 5 July 1719 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Petrus Slot and Maritie Meet, wife of Peter Demaree). On 10 October 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married (with license) Maria Koning, a daughter of Abraham Koning and Susanna De Forest, who was baptised on 22 March 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Adam Coningk and Tietje Van Pelt). At the time of their marriage, Daniel was recorded as living at Schraalenburgh and Maria as living at Second River. Daniel's will was probated 21 February 1791 in Mercer County, Kentucky.

At some point after 1761 he and his family moved to Conewago, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. He may have been the Daniel Brower who enlisted in Yorktown, York County, Pennsylvania, in December 1776, and served 4 months as a Private in Captain Simon Van Arsdalen's Pennsylvania Company during the Revolutionary War, He and his family stayed in Conewago with others of the Dutch Reform Church until the late 1780's at which point the whole settlement broke up and gradually moved to Mercer County, Kentucky.

By 1791 Daniel and his wife, his children and grandchildren were all in Salt River Valley near Harrodsburg, Mercer County. In his will dated 15 January 1791, and proved on 22 February 1791, he mentioned his children John, Daniel, Abraham, Leah, wife of James Stagg, Susannah, wife of Samuel Demaree, Rachel, wife of Henry Cummings, Mary, wife of Samuel Demaree, Jr., and Phebe, wife of Cornelius Demaree. Executors were his sons Abraham and John, as well as Samuel Demaree, Jr. Witnesses were Peter Demaree, Francis Montfort, and John Demaree. His wife Mary was not mentioned in his will and is presumed to have predeceased him.

10. Maria Brouwer, was baptised on 19 November 1721 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Abram Uldricks Brouwer and Willemte Alberse, wife of Johannes Slodt). On 11 September 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (with Banns published there 18 August 1743) she married Gerrit Westervelt, a son of Jan Westervelt and Dirkje Blauvelt, who was baptised on 3 May 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh (wit.: Gerrit Westervelt and wife). At the time of their marriage, both were recorded as having been born and then living in Schraalenburgh.

 
882
Jacob Hartje, was baptised on 26 November 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jacob Corneliszen and Aeltie Fredricx). He married on 16 October 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen. Banns for their marriage were published 28 September 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack. Jacob was recorded at the time of his marriage as being "b. at the Bowery on York Island and l. Tappen" and Tryntje as being the widow of Jan Klase Kuyper. [parents]
883
Tryntje Stratemaker, was baptised on 4 March 1674 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Pieter Jacobszen Marius and Tryntie Walings). On 1 October 1694 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, she married as her first husband Jan Klase Kuyper, a son of Claes Janszen Kuyper and Annetje Cornelise Van Vorst, who was born in Bergen, baptised on 22 April 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Thomas Hall and Vrouwtie Jedde), and died on 9 July 1705. She married as her second husband Jacob Hartje. About 1715 she married as her third husband Harmen Coerten, a son of Jan Harmenszen Coerten and Neeltje Janse Buys, who had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Jan Klase Kuyper and Tryntje Stratemaker
1. Geesje Cuyper, was born on 26/27 March 1695 and baptised on 14 May 1698 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jan Straetmaker and Annetje Cornelis, widow of Claes Janse). On 22 February 1718 in Hackensack, Bergen Coounty, New Jersey, she married Harmen Hacobse Roos.
2. Claes Cuyper, was born on 30 November 1696 at Ahasimus, the 2nd child, 1st son, according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. No baptismal information was found. He died young.
3. Annetje Cuyper, was born on 29/30 June 1698 at Ahasimus, the 3rd child, 2nd daughter, according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. No baptismal information was found. On 29 January 1726 in New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, she married Benjamin Gerow, possibly the son of Daniel Giraud and Jeanne Lamierre, who had no birth or baptismal record. On 8 April 1769, Benjamin was listed as a member of the Irregular Reformed Dutch Church of Kakiat, and was an Elder there on 28 August 1769.
4. Raeghal Cuyper, was baptised on 3 July 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Cornelis Cuyper and Rachgel Stratmaker).
5. Claes Cuyper, was baptised on 13 February 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Theunis Van Houten and Tryntje, his wife). He married Helena Westervelt, a daughter of Pieter Lubbertse Westervelt and Susanna Demarest, who was baptised on 19 November 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.
6. Tryntje Cuyper, was born on 5 March 1704 (?) and baptised on 10 April 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Dirck Stratemaker and Aeltje Bogaerts, wife of Cornelis Klaessen Kupyer).

 
 
Children of Jacob Hartje and Tryntje Stratemaker
1. Jannetje Hartje, was baptised on 14 October 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Roelof Van Houten and Jannetie Van Houten). She died young.
2. Marytie Hartje, was born on 21 March 1710 and baptised on 12 April 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen (wit.: Isack Blauvelt and Miccke, his wife). With Banns published on 9 November 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schraalenburgh she married Samuel Brouwer, a son of Abraham Brouwer and Lea Demarest, who was baptised on 18 February 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Samuel, son of David DeMaree and Rachel DeMaree). At the time of their marriage, Samuel was recorded as having been born and then living in Schraalenburgh and Marytie as having been born and then living in Nyack. Samuel Brouwer, wife, and 6 children, coming from New York, were refugees stopping at Fishkill Landing in 1776.
Marytie Hartje and Samuel Brouwer have other descendants, such as:
.Johannes Brouwer - Antje Lozier
|.Mary Brouwer - Benjamin Romaine
| .SAMUEL BROUWER ROMAINE (1789-1865) New York State Assembly Speaker
|
.Jacob Brouwer - Anne Catherine Jeandre
 .JOHN HENRY ISAAC BROWERE (1790-1834) sculptor - Elisabeth Catherine Matlock Derrick
  .ALBERTUS DE ORIENT BROWERE (1814-1887) artist
      
3. Jannetje Hartje, married David Brouwer.
4. Lea Hartje, had no birth or baptismal record. About 1738 she married Daniel Van Deursen, a son of Isaac Van Deursen and Annetje Waldron, who was baptised on 16 September 1716 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Abraham Van Deurse Sr., and Sara Waldron Sr.).

 
884
Johannes Michael Härter, was baptised on 1 January 1673 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Johannes Ludwig of Mößbach, Michael Schmidt of Chumbt, and Veronica, wife of Friedr. Ludwig of Mößbach). He died prior to 1720 in New York State.

Johannes, Reformed, with a Catholic wife, and 1 Reformed child, was on the 1698 Simmern roll at Closter Chumbt. There were probably other children by this couple that have yet to be found. Johann was recorded first on the Hunter Lists on 1 July 1710 with 3 persons over 10 years of age and 3 persons under 10 years. On 31 December 1710 the number of persons over 10 years of age dropped to 2. On 25 March 1711 his family consisted of 3 people over 10 years of age and 2 under 10 years. On 24 June 1711 the numbers changed to 4 persons over 10 years of age and 1 persons under 10 years. And finally on 24 December 1711 his family consisted of 4 persons over 10 years of age and 2 persons under 10 years. Michel Herder was naturalized 17 January 1715/16 according to the Albany Naturalization Records. His widow and 4 children were living in Quunsberg about 1716/17. On 27 November 1720 and recorded in the churchbook of the Lutheran Church of New York City Maria Cecilia married as her second husband Jacob Eschwyn, a widower at Claverack. [parents]

885
Maria Cecilia (__), had no birth or baptismal record. She died after 1720.
 
Children of Johannes Michael Härter and Maria Cecilia (__)
1. Anna Elisabetha Herder, was baptised on 19 October 1704 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Anna Elisabetha, wife of Johann Gerhardt Härdter at Buppach, and Elisabetha Hdrdter).
2. Anna Sophia Herder, was baptised on 2 May 1706 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Anna Catharina, wife of Joh. Peter Herter).
3. Johann Michael Herder, was baptised on 9 April 1708 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Joh. Christoffel Herder, son of Peter Herder at Chumbt).
Johann Peter Harter and Elisabetha Catherina Thomas have other descendants, such as:
.Peter Herder - Margaretha Snyder
 .Henry P. Herder - Gertruy Plimley
  .Jeremiah William Herder - Lucy Ann Vaughan
   .Henry Harder - Henrietta Graen
    .Charles Harder - Mary (__)
     .Marion Harder - Steven George
      .Grace George - Edward Christopher Corrigan
       .SHARON CHRISTA CORRIGAN (1948-1986) Shuttle astronaut
      
4. Johann Pieter Herder, had no birth or baptismal record. He married Elisabeth Catherina Thomas, who was possibly a daughter of Andreas Thomas and Anna Eva (__).
5. Jacob Herder, had no birth or baptismal record. On 3 August 1738 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg he married as his first wife Maria Van Hoesen, a daughter of Jan Jurianszen Van Hoesen and Jannetje Jans De Ryck, who was born on 7 March 1717 in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, and baptised on 31 March 1717 at Klinceknberg as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Jan Jansen Halenbeeck and wife, Willhemtje). On 27 June 1777 he married as his second wife Catalyna Delamater, a daughter of Claude Delamater and Christina Legget, who was baptised on 18 October 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo (wit.: John Legget and Bata Legget).

The will of Jacob Herder of Hudson, yoeman, was probated 8 August 1799. Catalyna is probably the Catalina Herder of Claverack whose will was probated 9 November 1801.

Jacob Herder and Maria Van Hoesen have other descendants, such as:
.Peter Herder - Margaret Everts
 .Maritje Herder - Johannes Zufelt
 |.Johannes Shufelt - Catherine Henrietta Jacobi
 | .Elvira Shufelt - William Henry Miller
 |  .Frank Shufelt Miller - Mary Cordelia Carpenter
 |   .Harlow Archie Miller - Evelyn Louise Vyett
 |    .Mildred Anne Miller
 |     - THOMAS PHILLIP O'NEILL, Jr. (aka TIP) (1912-1994) Congressman,
 |       Speaker of the House
 |
 .Annatje Herder - Jeremiah Shuffeldt
  .Peter Shuffelt - Christina Coon
   .William Henry Shufelt, Sr. - Sarah Maria Lockwood
    .John Lockwood Shufelt - Annie M Kent
     .John Hampden Shufelt - Lois Mabel Stratton
      .JOHN STRATTON SHUFELT (1910-1987) song evangelist
      
6. Michael Herder, married as his first wife Hilletje Hardyk, and as his second wife Maria Herder.
7. Wilhelm Herder, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 5 September 1750.

 
886
Benjamin Rees, was baptised on 7 December 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Robbert Levingston and Alida Levingston). They married about 1716. [parents]
887
Geertruy Witbeck, was baptised on 4 April 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jellis Fonda and Rachel Fonda). [parents]
 
Children of Benjamin Rees and Geertruy Witbeck
1. Heinrich Rees, was born on 22 May 1717 and baptised on 16 June 1717 in West Camp as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Andreas Rees and Catharina Rees). On 13 November 1741 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg, he married Elsje Carteret, a daughter of Thomas Carteret and Anna Margareta Dörner, who was born on 29 July 1720 in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, and baptised on 13 November 1720 in Claverack as recorded as the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Jan Hardick and wife Maria).
2. Wilhelm Rees, who was born on 9 April 1721 and baptised on 30 April 1721 by the Lutheran Minister Falkner as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack (wit.: Jan Jannesse Van Husum and wife Danicke). He married Ariaantje Woodcock, a daughter of John Woodcock and Rachel Keyser, who was baptised on 8 March 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook (wit.: Evert Whieler and Mareytie Hieler).
3. Lyntje Rees, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1719. On 6 November 1750 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo she married Cornelis Rees, a son of Ephraim Rees and Margarete Bressie, who was born on 7 October 1719 in Livingston Manor, Columbia Coounty, New York, and baptised on 10 January 1720 as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York (wit.: Thomas Carter and wife Margareta).
4. Catharina Rees, was baptised on 19 May 1723 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Daniel and Dirckie Wenne). About 1742 she married Hendrick Bressie, a son of Nicholas Bressie and Catelyntje Bond, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1715 and died about 1770..
5. Maria Rees, married Michael Herder.
6. Geertruyd Rees, was born on 11 March 1731 and baptised on 9 May 1731 in Loonenburg as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Caspar Halenbek and Gerrit v. Hoesen's wife Marytje). She probably married Wilhelm Barthel, a son of Andreas Barthel and Sophia Elisabeth Mertz, who was born in the "latter part of November 1721" in Camp Queemsnury amd baptised on 3 December 1721 in the same place as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City (wit.: Wilhelm Hagedoorn and Engel Winneckeren).
7. Benjamin Rees, was born on 16 December 1733 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York, and baptised on 7 February 1734 as recorded at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Rhinebeck (wit.: Leonhard Rees). He married as his first wife Eghie Freer. He married as his second wife Catherine Dingman.
8. Janneke Rees, was baptised on 12 May 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown (wit.: Jan Weene and Mareitje Wenne), and died prior to 22 September 1771. She married as his first wife Thomas Witbeck, a son of Johannes Witbeck and Eva Waldron, who was baptised on 26 April 1741 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Melchert A. Witbeek and Jannetje Witbeek).

Thomas married on 22 September 1771 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany as his seocnd wife Elizabeth Reisdorph (a daughter of Lorentz Reisdorph and Margaret Sarenberger, who was born on 24 May 1753 and baptised on 11 June 1753 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Rhinebeck Flats).


 
888
Jeremias Hess, had no birth or baptismal record.
889
(__)
 
Children of Jeremias Hess and (__)
1. Johannes Hess, married Anna Margaretha Scherp.

 
890
Philip Scherp, was baptised (as Philippum) on 2 February 1679 in Laubenheim, Germany (wit.: Philippus Beyer from L'Lonßheim and his wife), and died on 30 July 1730 probably in Laubenheim, Germany. He married on 26 November 1711 probably in Laubenheim, Germany. [parents]
891
Anna Margaretha Barbara Matheß, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Daxweiler, Germany, and died after 18 May 1732, probably in New York State.

Anna Barbara joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church with her children 18 May 1752.
 
Children of Philip Scherp and Anna Margaretha Barbara Matheß
1. Johannes Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there on 14 August 1712 (wit.: H. Johannes Scherpf, teacher here). On 11 November 1738 he married Anna Margaretha Hartmann, a daughter of Johannes Hartmann, who had no birth or baptismal date and was born in Gensingen, Germany.

Johannes and his wife joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church on 16 May 1751. John was naturalized 3 May 1755 and appeared on the tax rolls at Rhinebeck from February 1753 to June 1766.

2. Johann Michael Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there on 27 January 1715 (wit.: Joh. Michael Troy, p.t. teacher at Grolsheim, and his wife Otilia). On 28 May 1751 he married Anna Elisabetha Carp, a daughter of Peter Carp and Anna Margaretha (__), who was born on 30 January 1728 and baptised in Laubenheim (wit.: Philipp Puhl (?) and wife Anna Elisab. from Laub.)

Michael joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown 28 May 1740 and the Red Hook Lutheran Church 18 May 1752. He was naturalized 3 May 1755. He made his first appearance on Rhinebeck rolls February 1753 and continued until 1772.

3. Ursula Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there on 20 November 1717 (wit.: Friedrich Mattheu_ and his wife Ursula from Daxweiler), and died on 27 November 1717 in Laubenheim.
4. Sybilla Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there on 20 November 1717 (wit.: Hans Michael Cron and his wife Sybilla), and died on 21 November 1717 in Laubenheim.
5. Anna Elisabetha Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there 29 May 1719 (wit.: Christophel Pister from Langlonsheim and his wife Anna Elisabetha).
6. Johanna Susanna Scherp, was born in Laubenheim, Germany, and baptised there on 7 June 1722 (wit.: Johan Christophel M|ller, single man from Volxheim, and Susanna Scholler, single from Flohnheim). She married Barth. Schmidt. Johanna Susanna joined the Reformed Church in Germantown in 1747.
7. Anna Margaretha Scherp, married Johannes Hess.

 

892
Johan Adam Schauer, was baptised on 14 August 1701 as recorded at the Evangelical Parish in Massenbach, Germany (wit.: Anton Bikel, Anwald). He married on 3 April 1720 in Claverack, Columbia County, New York.

Johann Adam was naturalized on 8 and 9 September 1715 according to the Kingston Naturalization records. He was a Palatine Debtor in 1722, 1726, and 1747. He made his initial appearance on the tax rolls in the Middle Ward in 1726/27. He was living in the Teerbosch when he married Maria at Claverack and that marriage was recorded in the New York City Lutheran Churchbook. [parents]

893
Maria Elisabeth Fritz, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Johan Adam Schauer and Maria Elisabeth Fritz
1. Elisabetha Schauer, was baptised on 11 August 1723 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo (wit.: Pieter Sch(midt) and Elis.), and died young.
2. Maria Elisabetha Schauer, was baptised on 2 March 1726 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Balthazer Loot and wife Elisabeth). She was also recorded as being baptised (aged 8 months) on 24 April 1726 according to records of the Lutheran Church of New York City. She died prior to 1734.
3. Magdalena Schauer, had no birth or baptismal record, and was confirmed on 17 June 1744 as Martina at Rhynbek. She married Georg Zufeldt, a son of Johann Wilhelm Zufeldt and Anna Maria Stahl, who was baptised on 15 February 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Jury Toevelt and Catrina Zaam).
4. Michael Schauer, had no birth or baptismal record. On 25 May 1751 in Smithfield, Pennsylvania, he married Cathrine Salide.
5. Wilhelm Schauer, married Margaretha Kreisler.
6. Elisabetha Schauer, was born on 15 January 1734 and baptised (no date) as recorded at the Lutheran Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Michel Rau and Elisabet Lots, wife of Baltasar Lots).
7. Catharina Schauer, was born on 25 September 1735 and baptised on 22 January 1736 as recorded at St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Joh. Wilhelm Simon and wife Anna Maria). In 1754 she married Wilhelm Kreiseler, a son of Johannes Kreisler and Anna Eva Catharina Manck, who was born on 26 July 1727 in East Camp, Columbia County, New York, baptised on 13 August 1727 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Wilhelm Lehman and Maria Eva his wife), and died in 1808 in Echo Creek, Schoharie County, New York.
8. Anna Schauer, was born in March 1737 and baptised on 17 July 1737 in Teerbosch as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Niclas Rauw Annatje, h.w.). About 1755 i Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York, she married as her first husband Johann Joseph Sypes, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1738. In 1778 she married as her second husband Edward Stookes.

Johann Joseph, known as Jacob, appeared on 18 May 1767 in the Militia returns in Captain Jeremiah Hogeboom's Company that was centered in Dutchess County, New York. Also shown there was his brother-in-law Wilhelm Shower. Sometime between 1767 and 1774 he moved his family from Dutchess County to Bradford County, Pennsylvania. He probably died about 1767/1777 though it is uncertain whether he might have been killed in skirmishes between the British and American revolutionary forces.

Anna came into Niagara 1778 as a widow from Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Two of her sons served with Butler's Rangers. Hannah Sypes received lots fifteen and sixteen in the eleventh concession. Her petition, signed by Christian Riselay for her, stated that "in the year 1778 she joined the Royal Standard by coming into Niagara with nine Children - That being the widow of a soldier she was anxious that her children should serve His Majesty as their Father had done in the French War - That two sons consequently served in the Butler's Rangers, that six of her daughters are now in this settlement and married." - She prayed for a grant of land for herself and fifty acres for each of her children. It was accompanied by the following certificate: "I Do hereby Certify that Hannah Stooks came into this Province with a Famaly of nine in the year 1778 Being a Widow to Jacob Sypes who Served His Majesty in the Late French War and that as I am Credibly informed she lost Considerable Property in the Last War by the Rebels. "Given under my Hand this 8th Day of July, 1796. "Parshall Terry, J.P." An order was made, 31 March, 1797 for a grant of 2000 acres to her as a settler, and for 450 acres as family lands, if not granted before. She had married Edward Stooks, formerly a soldier in Sir John Johnson's regiment, and then lived near Point Abino.

Edward Stooks of Vaughan, at time of discharge in 1783, had in Canada a wife and eight children. Soon after discharge he settled in Matilda with wife and seven children, one child having previously deceased. He had 600 acres in Matilda and several years afterwards removed to Yonge St. and has assigned 200 acres Lot 48 in Vaughan, lived there 20 years. In1808 he was refused 300 acres he asked for in 1797. A letter in 1822 states Ed Stooks lived in Matilda Lot 4 con. 1. A letter by John Stooks to say his father settled in Matilda in 1783 with a wife and 7 children. The names of the children were Jonas, Catherine, Elizabeth, John, Hannah, Richard, Sarah, and Edward was deceased.

9. Henrich Schauer, was born on 8 February 1739 and baptised on 29 May 1739 in Goghkameko as recorded at Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Balthas Loot and Sophia Lootin).
10. Eva Schauer, was born on 5 February 1741 and baptised on 16 June 1741 in Ancram as recorded at Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg. Was she the Eva who married as his second wife Philip Kilmer, the widower of Anna Margaretha Striver and a son of Georg Kilmer and Anna Scheicher, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1713 in Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York?

 
894
Johannes Kreisseler, was baptised on 2 December 1703 in Guntersblum, Lower Palatinate (wit.: Johannes Eyrich, sexton or cooper here). He married about 1725.

Johann was confirmed on Easter 1717 at Newtown and recorded in the West Camp Lutheran Churchbook. He appeared on a list of Palatine Debtors 13 December 1747. Johannes, Antje, Elisabeth, Margriet, and Kreiseler joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church 5 April 1749. He was recorded on tax rolls for Rhinebeck from 1738/39 to February 1753, when his estate was listed. [parents]

895
Anna Eva Catherina Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1699/1700. She married as her first husband Johannes Martin, a son of Johann Conrad Martin and Anna Catharina Sommers, who was baptised on 10 September 1702 in Eisemorth, Germany (wit.: Johannes Merten and die Frau Kellerin Agnes Catharina Beckmanning from Dillenburg, and Anna Marg., the daughter of Joh. Sommers from Eysenroth), and died about 1724/1725. About 1725/1726 she married as her second husband Johannes Kreisler. Between 1743 and 1752 she married as her third husband and as his second wife Valentine Kuhn, the widowoer of Anna Catharina Weis, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1690 in Germany. He was living in what is now Clermont, Columbia County, New York, in 1757. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Martin and Anna Eva Catherina Manck
1. Jacob Martin, was baptised on 30 August 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Jacob Manck and Maria Marthen). He married Anna Barbara Stickel. Jacob joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church 14 April 1745.

 
 
Children of Johannes Kreisseler and Anna Eva Catherina Manck
1. Anna Margaretha Kreiseler, was baptised (aged "7 weeks old") on 15 September 1726 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Philip Kreisler and Anna Margareta Manken). She died young.
2. Wilhelm Kreiseler, was born on 26 July 1727 in East Camp, Columbia County, New York, baptised on 13 August 1727 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Wilhelm Lehman and Maria Eva his wife), and died in 1808 in Echo Creek, Schoharie County, New York. In 1754 he married Catharina Schauer, a daughter of Johann Adam Schauer and Maria Elisabetha Fritz, was born on 25 September 1735 and baptised on 22 January 1736 as recorded at St. Peter's Lutheran Church of Rhinebeck (wit.: Joh. Wilhelm Simon and wife Anna Maria).
3. Johannes Kreiseler, was born on 1 December 1728 and baptised on 26 January 1729 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Johannes Maul and Catharina Kreislers). He married Susanna Stickel. Johannes was a deserter from Captain Arnout Viele's Company in 1757.
4. Elisabetha Kreiseler, was baptised on 9 March 1732 as recorded Reformed Dutch Church of Catskill (wit.: Nicolaas Smid and Anna Elisabetha). She married Johannes Trom.
5. Margareta Kreiseler, married Wilhelm Schauer.
6. Catharina Kreiseler, was born on 23 March 1735 and baptised on 31 March 1735 in Kisket as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Judge Wilhelm Dieterich and Cath. Elisabeth Jung). She married Johann Hermann Kuhn, a son of Johann Valentin Kuhn and Anna Catharina Wies, who was born on 21 August 1732 and baptised on 3 September 1732 at Camp as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Herman Kuhn and Anna Maria Mor).
7. Maria Kreiseler, was born on 16 May 1736 and baptised on 19 May 1736 at Kisket at [*] Kreisler's house as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Friderich Eigener and Maria Jung). She married John (__).
8. Matthias Kreiseler, was born on 13 August 1737 and baptised on 21 August 1737 as recorded at Kisket as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Matthys Junge and wife Catharina). He married Cattalyna Boyce.
9. Henrich Kreiseler, was born on 24 September 1739 and baptised on 24 October 1739 at Teerbosh as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Henrich Michel and Marytje Brasy). By 1760 he married Dorothea (Klom or Klum). They joined the Red Hook Lutheran Church on 4 June 1757.
Heinrich Kreisler and Dorothea (Klom or Klum) have other descendants, such as:
.William Chrysler - (__)
 .Henry Chrysler - Martha Dolsen
  .John Matthew Chrysler - Hannah Lundy
   .Henry Chrysler - Anna Maria Breymann
    .WALTER PERCY CHRYSLER (1875-1940) automobile pioneer

      
10. Anna Kreiseler, was baptised on 2 March 1742 as recorded at the German Reformed Church of Rhinbeck (wit.: Heinrich Major and Lisabeth Mejer).
11. Leonora Cattarina Kreiseler, was baptised on 24 December 1743 as recorded at the German Reformed Church of Rhinbeck (wit.: David Krisler and Leonora Cattarina, his wife).

 
GENERATION 11
1044
Joannes Buysse, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 5 February 1655 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 30 July 1621 in Lembeke. [parents]
1045
Elizabeth Dhaenens, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 14 September 1646 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Joannes Buysse and Elizabeth Dhaenens
1. Joosijna Buysse, was born on 2 February 1623 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
2. Georgius Buysse, was born on 13 October 1627 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Egidus Buysse, married Vincentia de Wulf.
4. Catharina Buysse, had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Joannes Buysse, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
1046
Abraham de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 17 November 1681 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He was Burgermeester of Aveschoot. Prior to 1644 he married as his first wife Joanna de Zutter. About August 1660 in Sleidinge he married as his second wife and as her second husband Judoca Grijp, the widower of Daniël de Pauw, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1644, and died on 8 May 1686 in Lembeke. [parents]
 
Children of Abraham de Wulf and Judoca Grijp
1. Abraham de Wulf, was born on 5 August 1663 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 21 August 1707. He married Elisabeth Coene.

 
1047
Joanna de Zutter, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1624, and died on 11 December 1658 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Abraham de Wulf and Joanna de Zutter
1. Joanna de Wulf, was born on 13 April 1641 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day.
2. Vincentia de Wulf, married Egidus Buysse.
3. Georgia de Wulf, was born on 28 March 1644 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 9 February 1680. On 16 June 1665 in Lembeke she married as his first wife Gislenus Dhaese, a son of Petrus Dhaese and Anna Standaert, who was born on 28 March 1644 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, died there on 6 March 1700, and was buried there on 7 March 1700. He married as his second wife Joanna Vereecke.
4. Isabella de Wulf, was born on 28 March 1644 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there unmarried on 19 June 1663.
5. Georges de Wulf, was born on 18 March 1647 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 24 March 1647.
6. Petronella de Wulf, was born on 21 September 1650 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 23 September 1650. She married Georges Vereecke.
7. Joannes de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1637, and died about 1685 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 26 November 1667 in Lembeke he married Christophora de Wulf, a daughter of Greorgius de Wulf and Petronella Lippens, who was born on 6 March 1644 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same date, and died there on 6 August 1720.
8. Anthonette de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Pieter Grijp, who had no birth or baptismal record.

 
1052
Jan Aerts, had no birth or baptismal record.
1053
Joanna de Taeye, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Jan Aerts and Joanna de Taeye
1. Petrus Aerts, married Livina van de Kerckhove.
2. Joanna Aerts, was born on 1 March 1613 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 7 June 1640.
3. Jacob Aerts, was born on 1 October 1617 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 21 February 1662. He married Catharina van de Kerckhove, a daughter of Jooris van de Kerckhove and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Elisabeth Aerts, was born on 17 June 1620 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 2 February 1662. She married as his second wife Jorris Martens, the widower of Martina de Smet, who had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Susanna Aerts, was born on 8 December 1626 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day.
6. Christofel Aerts, was born on 12 February 1631 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day. He married Cornelia Wulfran, who had no birth or baptismal record.
7. Petronella Aerts, was born on 16 May 1635 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised on the same day in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
1072
Jacobus van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 14 March 1679 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He was a Burgemeester of Lembeke. On 4 June 1638 in Lembeke he married as his first wife Francisca Teirlinck. He married as his second wife Joanna van Bambossche, a daughter of Christoffel van Bambossche and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
1073
Francijntgen/Francynken Teirlinck, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 24 April 1672. [parents]
 
Children of Jacobus van Overvelt and Francijntgen/Francynken Teirlinck
1. Jooris/Georges Overvelt, was born on 20 October 1639 in Lembeke, East Flanders Belgium, and died there on 8 April 1679. On 18 November 1663 in Lembeke he married Janneken/Joanna van Waes, a daughter of Guille/Guillaume van Waes and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 12 April 1679 in Lembeke.
2. Jan/Joos van Overvelt, married Maria/Maeyken Rogiers.
3. Joorijntken/Judoca van Overvelt, was born on 3 November 1645 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 5 November 1679. After 16 June 1666 (possibly the date Banns were published?) she married Gabriël de Wulf, a son of Joannes de Wulf and Catharina Rogiers, who was born on 8 May 1643 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 2 April 1690. He was a Burgemesster of Lembeke.
4. Vincent van Overvelt, was born on 29 March 1649 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 30 March 1649, and died there on 30 November 1691. Prior to 1676 he married as her first husband Margareta Betssens, a daughter of Petrus Bets and Anna van de Rostijne, who was born on 6 September 1654 in Lembeke, baptised there on 8 September 1654, and died there on 16 February 1711. She married as her second husband Livinus Standaert.
5. Jacquemyntje/Jacoba van Overvelt, was born on 18 September 1651 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 21 September 1651, and died there on 24 April 1679. On 26 October 1670 in Lembeke she married Jooris/Georges van de Velde, a son of Petrus van de Velde and Joanna Boelens, who was born on 31 January 1649 in Lembeke, and baptised there on 2 February 1649.

 
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Vincent Rogiers, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 6 June 1650 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 28 June 1642 in Lembeke. [parents]
1075
Margaretha de Wulf had no birth or baptismal record and died on 11 December 1669 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 28 June 1642 in Lembeke she married as her first husband Vincent Rogiers. Prior to 1664 she married as her second husband and as his first wife Thomas de Jaeghere, a son of Joos de Jaeghere and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 24 June 1676 in Lembeke. Thomas married as his second wife Gerardina de Smet. [parents]
 
Children of Vincent Rogiers and Margaretha de Wulf
1. Joanna Rogiers, was born on 26 August 1645 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 29 August 1645.
2. Pauwelyntgen Rogiers, was born on 12 January 1648 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day.
3. Adriaentgen/Adriaan Rogiers, was born on 18 March 1649 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 21 March 1649, and died there on 3 February 1693. On 7 September 1675 in Lembeke he married Catharina van de Velde, a daughter of Petrus van de Velde and Joanna Boelens, who was born on 29 December 1651 in Lembeke, baptised there on 1 January 1652, and died there on 4 March 1693.
4. Maria/Maeyken Rogiers, married Jan/Joos van Overvelt.

 
 
Children of Thomas de Jaeghere and Margaretha de Wulf
1. Joosken de Jaeghere, had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Petronelleken de Jaeghere, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 30 October 1688 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married Pieter de Wispelaere, a son of Jan de Wispelaers and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

 
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Joorken/Jooris Standaert had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1600 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 1 October 1676. On 5 June 1622 in Lembeke he married as his first wife Anna van Waes, a daughter of Petrus van Waes and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 21 January 1641 in Lembeke. Prior to 1643 he married Petronella Speeckaert. [parents]
 
Children of Joorken/Jooris Standaert and Anna Van Waes
1. Cornelis Standaert, was born on 13 October 1630 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 15 September 1669. On 2 May 1653 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, he married as her first husband Joanna de Lange, a daughter of Jacob de Lange and Joanna de Zuttere, who was born on 15 June 1633 in Lembeke, and died there on 5 January 1678. She married as her second husband Georges van Zele.
2. Petrus Standaert, had no birth or baptismal record. He married Joanna Goethals, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 1 July 1675 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Petronella Standaert, was born on 6 April 1628 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died about 1657. On 6 June 1648 in Lembeke she married as his first wife Georgius de Sutter, a son of Arnoldus de Sutter and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 13 February 1663 in Oosteeklo, East Flanders, Belgium. He married as his second wife Antonia van Waes.
4. Joannes Standaert, was born on 25 December 1633 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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Petronella Speeckaert, was born on 8 May 1621 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 6 March 1691 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Joorken/Jooris Standaert and Petronella Speeckaert
1. Jacques Standaert, married as his first wife Martynken Martens, and was his second wife Maria Geeraerts.
2. Georges Standaert, was born on 27 August 1644 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 30 August 1644, and died there on 30 March 1661.
3. Livinus Standaert, was born on 1 February 1647 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 5 September 1706. On 9 October 1692 in Lembeke he married as her second husband Margareta Betssens, the widow of Vincent van Overvelt and the daughter of Petrus Bets and Anna van de Rostijne, who was born on 6 September 1654 in Lembeke, baptised there on 8 September 1654, and died there on 16 February 1711.
4. Elisabeth Standaert, was baptised on 30 April 1650 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 8 May 1650. She married Jacob Verloos.
5. Joanna Standaert, was born on 1 May 1653 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 4 May 1653, and died prior to 1676.
6. Maria Standaert, was born on 13 July 1656 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 23 July 1656, and died after 1677.
7. Vincentius Standaert, was born on 18 March 1660 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 21 March 1660, and died prior to 1676.
8. Georges Standaert, was born on 18 January 1662 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 22 January 1662, died there on 27 June 1705, and was buried there on 29 June 1705. On 31 January 1704 in Lembeke he as her first husband married Maria Rogiers, a daughter of Adriaan Rogiers and Catharina van de Velde, who was born on 19 March 1682 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 20 March 1682, and died there on 27 March 1751. She married as her second husband Judocus Iemmesoet, and as her third husband Jan de Rycke.

 
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Joannes Goossens, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 11 May 1634 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married prior to 1630.
1085
Anna Snoers (Smet)), had no birth or baptismal record and died on 5 April 1671 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. Prior to 1630 she married as her first husband Joannes Goossens. She married as her second husband Petrus van de Kerckhove, who had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Joannes Goossens and Anna Snoers (Smet)
1. Judocus Goossens, married Pauwelyna van de Rostijne.
2. Joanna Goossens, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Cornelis Beck, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 27 February 1672 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
3. Catharina Goossens, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 22 December 1669 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 13 October 1657 in Lembeke she married as his first wife Jan Poppe, a son of Jacob Poppe and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 15 October 1676. He married as his second wife Maria de Sutter.
4. Anna Goossens, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
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Joannes van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 7 February 1646 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
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Livina de Taeye, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Joannes van de Rostijne and Livina de Taeye
1. Pauwelyna van de Rostijne, married as her first husband Georgius de Sutter, as her second husband Judocus Goossens, and as her third husband Petrus (H)Annaert.
2. Maria van de Rostijne. was born on 11 December 1622 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 4 August 1669. On 31 July 1647 in Lembeke she married as her first husband Georges de Wulf, a son of Gabriël de Wulf and Catharina Martens, who was born on 8 August 1622 in Lembeke, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 27 April 1662. On 12 August 1662 in Lembeke she married as her second husband Georges Megro, a son of Petrus Megro and Elisabeth van Vooren, who was born on 12 October 1631 in Lembeke and died there on 25 March 1685.
3. Joanna van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Petrus van de Rostijne, was born on 7 May 1628 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
5. Gillis van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1625 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married Joanna de Wulf(ran), who had no birth or baptismal record.
6. Joannes van de Rostijne, was born on 15 June 1631 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
7. Judoca van de Rostijne, was born on 24 March 1634 in Lembeke, and died there on 7 March 1669. On 8 June 1658 in Lembeke she married Petrus de Sutter, a son of Vincentius de Sutter and Georgia Verhaegen, who was born on 16 January 1628 in Lembeke, and baptised there on the same day.
8. Georges van de Rostijne, was born on 12 March 1637 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
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Peter Nijskens, was born in 1615 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died there in 1679. [parents]
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Maria (Gijsen/Ginsen/Gissen), had no birth or baptismal record, and died in 1685 Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands.
 
Children of Peter Nijskens and Maria (Gijsen/Ginsen/Gissen)
1. Guert/Coert/Gerudt/Geradus Nijskens, was baptised in 1640 at the Roman Catholic Church in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died there on 4 January 1676. In 1669 in Neer he married Elske(n) Scho(e)r van Der, who was baptised in 1640 in Neer and died there on 10 April 1679.
2. Dionysius Nijskens, was born in 1641 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands. He may have been married as he had a son born in 1666.
3. Joannes Nijskens, married Catharina Meeuwissen.
4. Hendrik Nijskens, was baptised in 1643 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands.
5. Godefridus Nijskens, was born in 1645 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died on 12 November 1670 in Haelen, Limburg, The Netherlands. He was a Priest and a Pastor in Haelen.
6. Hermanus Nijskens, was born in 1648 in Neer, Limburg, The Netherlands, and died in 1699 possibly in Nunhem, Limburg, The Netherlands. He was a Priest and a Pastor in Nunhem.
7. (__) Nisjkens, had no birth or baptismal record.

  Information found here taken from the research of Marcel Nijskens
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Joannes/Jan Claeijs, was baptised on 22 October 1623 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Clays and Anna de Pau, wife of Andreas Braer), and died on 12 July 1662 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 5 November 1647 in Maldegem. The marriage contract was signed on 23 October 1647. [parents]
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Susanna de Smet, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born prior to 1611 in East Flanders Belgium, and died in June 1677 on Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 2 October 1633 she married as her first husband Pieter Wauters, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1610, and died before 1647. She married as her second husband Jan Clays. [parents]
 
Children of Pieter Wauters and Susanna de Smet
1. Elisabeth Wauters, was baptised on 20 July 1634 (?) in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Hughes and Elisabeth Wouters), and died there on 16 April 1642.
2. Anna Wauters, was baptised on 11 November 1634 (?) in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Wouters ipv Peter Dans and Maria Dans ipv Petronilla Martens echtg. Corneel de Smet).
3. Maria Wauters, was baptised on 15 October 1641 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Philip de Swaef).
4. Josina Wauters, was baptised on 17 March 1643 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Frans (__)qart and Josina Verbiest), and died there on 29 November 1680. On 17 October 1662 in Maldegem she married as his second wife Roelandt de Zuttere, the widower of Anna de Vriendt and a son of Roelandt de Zuttere and Lavina (__), who was baptised on 9 June 1615 in Maldegem (Godparents: Jaques de Suttere and (__) echtg. Corneel de Suttere), and died there on 1 August 1683.
5. Matheus Wauters, was baptised on 21 November 1645 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Matheus Wouters and Adriana de Smijt).

 
 
Children of Joannes/Jan Claeijs and Susanna de Smet
1. Joannes/Jan Claeijs, married Catharina de Zuttere.
2. Joanna Claeijs, was baptised on 23 March 1653 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Garaerts and Hieronima Stockman), and died prior to 12 July 1662.
3. Cornelis Claeijs, was baptised on 26 March 1657 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: (__) de Smet and Elisabeth Dondermans), and died there on 6 April 1725. On 3 September 1680 in Maldegem he married Francisca Vermeersch, a daughter of Pieter Vermeersch and Catharina Seij, who was baptised on 26 March 1657 in Maldegem, and died there on 20 April 1740.

 
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Roelandt de Zuttere, was born on 9 June 1615 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 1 August 1683. On (__) January 1649 in Maldegem he married as his first wife Anna de Vriendt. On 17 October 1662 he married as his second wife Josina Wauters, a daughter of Pieter Wauters and Susanna de Smet, who was baptised on 17 March 1643 in Maldegem (Godparents: Frans (__)qart and Josina Verbiest), and died there on 29 November 1680. On 13 December 1681 in Maldegem he married as his third wife Petronella de Rijcke, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1615. [parents]
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Anna de Vriendt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1625, and died on 29 March 1662 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 27 March 1662 "In het Gewest van Vaecke." [parents]
 
Children of Roelandt de Zuttere and Anna de Vriendt
1. Catharina de Zuttere, married Joannes/Jan Claeijs.
2. Joanna de Zuttere, was baptised on 24 September 1651 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Pinckel and Joanna van Hecke), and died there on 21 October 1651.
3. Roland de Zuttere, was baptised on 21 October 1653 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan de Sutter and Catharina Badens).
4. Philip de Zuttere, was baptised on 13 September 1656 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Philip de Swaef and Catharina de Wulf), and died there on 4 April 1748. About 1680 in Maldegem he married as his first wife Maria Focke, who was born on 2 May 1660 in Maldegem, and died there on 9 November 1680. About 1682 in Maldegem he married as his second wife Maria Magdalena Goeman.
5. Judocus de Zuttere, was baptised on 21 March 1659 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Frans Braedt and Josina Aerens), and died there on 8 September 1669.
6. Guilielm de Zutter, was baptised on 17 March 1662 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Guilielm van Nieukercke and Maria Hughevel).

 
 
Children of Roelandt de Zuttere and Josijne Wauters
1. Peter de Zuttere, was baptised on 17 September 1663 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Peter Kerckaert and Dame Maria Joots), and died on 7 September 1689.
2. Magdalena de Zuttere, was baptised on 19 February 1665 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Matheus Wouters and Magdalena Boudens).
3. Petronella Maria de Zuttere, was baptised on 20 April 1666 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Robert Lambrecht and Maria de Smet ipv Petronella Martens).
4. Jan de Zuttere, was baptised on 17 July 1667 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: EH Pieter vande Wiele ipv EH Jan Drubbels Pastoor and Anna de Smit), and died on 31 July 1667.
5. Maria Magdalena de Zuttere, was baptised on 2 March 1672 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Livien de Smet and Susanna de Smet).
6. Judoca de Zuttere, was baptised on 8 December 1673 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Nicolaas Mortier and Maria van Duerne).
7. Dorothea de Zuttere, was baptised on 10 February 1679 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Corneel Claeijs and Petronella Wouters), and died on 25 February 1679.
8. Cornelia de Zuttere, was baptised on 10 February 1679 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Roland de Zuttere fs Corneel and Joanna Blondeel ), and died on 4 March 1679.

 
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Petrus van Mullem, was born on 31 January 1636 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised [presumably there] on 3 February 1636, and died there on 6 March 1686. He married on 24 January 1660 in Sint-Niklaas as his first wife Barbara Vercauteren. On 12 May 1680 in Sint-Niklaas he married as his second wife Joanna de Meester, a daughter of Claudius de Meester and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1635, and died on 30 April 1695 in Sint-Niklaas. [parents]
1231
Barbara Vercauteren, was born on 13 June 1635 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 17 June 1635, and died there on 23 October 1679. [parents]
 
Children of Petrus van Mullem and Barbara Vercauteren
1. Martinus van Mullem, was born on 1 December 1660 in Temse, East Flanders, Belgium. On 12 November 1684 in Varsene, East Flanders, Belgium, he married as his first wife Anna Maria Noens, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1660 in Vrasene. He married as his second wife Maria van Ende, a daughter of Jan van Ende and Maeyken Varewijck, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1656. On 26 April 1705 in Temse he married as his third wife Maria Geerts, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Joannes van Mullem, was born on 13 June 1663 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 14 June 1663, and buried on 3 April 1713 in Pauluspolder, Zeeland, The Netherlands. On 12 February 1689 in Vrasene, East Flanders, Belgium, he married as his first wife Ceclila Noens. On 10 August 1710 in Boschkapelle, Zeeland, The Netherlands, he married as his second wife and as her first husband Joanna Luijcks, a daughter of Joannes Luijcks and Anna Baptist, who was born on 30 March 1691 in Graauw en Langendam, Zeeland, The Netherlands, baptised on 1 April 1691 in Hulst, Zeeland, The Netherlands, died (no date) in Stoppeldijk, Zeeland, the Netherlands, and was buried on 13 March 1750 in Hulst. She married on 8 December 1713 in Boschkapelle as her second husband Paulus Jansens, on 22 February 1721 in Boschkapelle her third husband Adrianus van Passel, and on 15 February 1733 in Boschkapelle as her fourth husband Joannes Magnus.
3. Amelberga van Mullem, married Joannes de Waele.
4. Antonius van Mullem, was born on 25 October 1669 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 26 October 1669. An Antonius van Mullem married on 14 January in Vrasene, East Flanders, Belgium, to Maria Francisca Weun. An Antonius van Mullem also married on 26 August 1704 in Vrasene to Judoca van Berckmoes.
5. Joanna van Mullem, was born on 9 February 1672 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day. She died young.
6. Joanna van Mullem, was born on 2 March 1673 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day.
7. Catharina van Mullem, was born on 25 January 1676 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 26 January 1676. On 18 June 1701 in Boschkapelle she married Michiel de Bou (or de Bauw), who had no birth or baptismal record.

 
1232
Guilielmus/Wilhelmus Scheerlinck, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
1233
Maria Coppens, was baptised on 13 November 1630 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jacobus Baeijens en Maria Dedemaecker). [parents]
 
Children of Guilielmus/Wilhelmus Scheerlinck and Maria Coppens
1. Catharina Scheerlinck, was baptised on 29 May 1650 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jacobus Droeshoudt en Catharina Droeshoudt).
2. Anna Scheerlinck, was baptised on on 3 May 1656 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Scheerlinck en Anna Mertens). On 8 February 1681 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 12 January 1681) she married as his first wife Petrus Meert, a son of Judocus Meert and Anna van der Velde, who was baptised on 29 June 1657 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Judocus Van De Velde en Joanna Meert i.n.v. Adriana Meert), and died there on 8 May 1697. Witnesses to the Banns were Joannes Wittoeck and Petrus Scheirlinck. Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus de Brouw and Joannes Wittoeck. He married as his second wife Catharina van Varenbergh.
3. Petrus Scheerlinck, married Adriana de Brauw.

 
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Judocus de Brauw, was baptised on 24 February 1633 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He married on 22 January 1658 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
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Anna van de Velde, was baptised on 2 May 1619 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 1 December 1692. On 29 May 1645 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 13 May 1645) she married as her first husband Judocus Meert, a son of Egidius Meert and Catharina Machiels, who was baptised on 8 August 1610 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Judocus Van De Maele en Joanna Warants), and died there on 12 May 1657. Witnesses to the Banns were Joannes van de Velde and Joannes Callebaut. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes van de Velde and Joannes Callebaut. On 22 January 1658 in Erembodegem she married as her second husband Judocus de Brauw. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus de Brauw and Anna van de Velde
1. Gerardus de Brauw, was baptised on 4 October 1658 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Brauw en Gertrudis Van Varenbergh).
2. Adriana de Brauw, married Petrus Scheerlinck.
3. Adrianus de Brauw, was baptised on 11 April 1662 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Van Varenbergh en Gertrudis Van Varenbergh i.n.v. Catharina Scingen).

 
 
Children of Judocus Meert and Anna van de Velde
1. Egidius Meert, was baptised on 9 July 1645 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius Meert en Gertrudis Van varenbergh).
2. Catharina Meert, was baptised on 14 December 1646 Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van De Velde en Catharina Meert i.n.v. haar moeder, Catharina Machiels), and died young.
3. Catharina Meert, was baptised on 14 March 1649 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Nicolaes Meerte en Catharina Meerte).
4. Jan Meert, was baptised on 18 October 1650 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Callebaut en Maria Meerte).
5. Joos Meert, was baptised on 15 April 1652 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joos De Coninck en Catharina Meerte).
6. Joanna Meert, was baptised on 27 April 1656 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius Meert i.n.v. Joannes Cadron en Adriana Pauwels).
7. Petrus Meert, was baptised on 29 June 1657 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van De Velde en Joanna Meert i.n.v. Adriana Meert), and died there on 18 March 1713. On 2 February 1681 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 12 January 1681) he married as his first wife Anna Scheerlinck, a daughter of Guilelmus Scheerlinck and Maria Coppens, who was baptised on 3 May 1656 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Petrus Scheerlinck en Anna Mertens), and died there on 8 May 1696. Witnesses to the Banns were Joannes Wittoeck and Petrus Scheirlinckx. Witnesses to the marriage were Judocus de Brouw and Joannes Wittoeck. On 13 January 1697 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, he married as his second wife Catharina Van Vaerenergh, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1677.

 
1236
Adrianus de Schrijver, was baptised on 5 July 1657 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus De Schrijver en Martina De Clippel). [parents]
1237
Margareta Verleysen, was baptised on 1 August 1629 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died on 25 January 1668 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Adrianus de Schrijver and Margareta Verleysen
1. Adrianus de Schrijver, married Anna de Rijck.
2. Joannes de Schrijver, was baptised on 20 March 1661 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium, (Godparents: Joannes De Vrint en Elisabeth De Clippel).
3. Petrus de Schrijver, was baptised on 8 May 1667 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium, (Godparents: Petrus Verleijsen en Joanna Verleijsen).

 
1238
Mathias de Rijck, was baptised on 26 February 1617 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Antonius Fonteyne en Maria Van Wijngaerde). [parents]
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Elisabeth Verstraeten, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 27 September 1676 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Mathias de Rijck and Elisabeth Verstraeten
1. Petrus de Rijck, was baptised on 31 January 1644 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Dedemaecker en Machildis Van Den Berghe).
2. Martinus de Rijck, was baptised on 21 November 1645 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Merten De Rijcke en Machelijne De Rijcke).
3. Jan de Rijck, was baptised on 10 November 1647 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan De Vriendt en Barbara De Ricjke).
4. Maria de Rijck, was baptised on 1 April 1650 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Sr. Jan Van Der Varent en maria De Rijcke).
5. Anna de Rijck, married Adrianus de Schrijver.
6. Carolina de Rijck, was baptised on 29 March 1657 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: R.D. Carolus (__) en Joanna De Mets), died there on 15 May 1737, and was buried there on 16 May 1737. On 21 July 1689 in Ermodegem she married Franciscus van der Driessche, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1737. Witnesses to the marriage were Matthias and Petrus (__).

 
1242
Thomas Heydens, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 3 February 1630 in Sint-Gertrudis-Leeuven, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
1243
Maria de la Tour, was baptised on 19 April 1599 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Thomas Heydens and Maria de la Tour
1. Margareta Heydens, was baptised on 20 December 1631 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
2. Hubertus Heydens, was baptised on 20 August 1634 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He married Elisabeth van der Veken.
3. Anna Heydens, was baptised on 2 March 1637 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
4. Catharina Heydens, was baptised on 4 June 1640 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
5. Maria Heydens, married Franciscus de Pelsmaecker.
6. Elisabeth Heydens, was baptised on 6 July 1645 in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
1244
Matheus van Wetteren, had no birth or baptismal record.
1245
Judoca Dauman, was baptised on 28 July 1619 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. and died in 29 January 1672 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Matheus van Wetter and Judoca Dauman
1. Joosijne van Wetteren, was baptised on 24 July 1650 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents:: Melchior Carnoy en Joosijne Nelus procurat Joanna Van Molle), and died there on 10 April 1669.
2. Egidius van Wetteren, married Adriana Robert.
3. Margareta van Wetteren, was baptised on 3 March 1656 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Dedemaecker en Margareta Dedemaecker).
4. Maria van Wetteren, was baptised on 15 August 1658 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De Vuijst i.n.v. Jacobus Dauman en Catharina Ingels).
5. Petronella van Wetteren, was baptised on 5 April 1661 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Cornelius Pieters en Petronela De Vrindt).
6. Melchior van Wetteren, was baptised on 6 January 1664 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Melchior Carnoij en Joanna Schoonians).

 
1254
Jan Haeghens, was baptised on 21 September 1617 in Kalken East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 9 October 1681. [parents]
1255
Petronella Pauwels, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 6 December 1667 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Jan Haeghens and Petronella Pauwels
1. Maria Haeghens, was born on 2 March 1649 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium. She married Petrus de Cock, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Anna Haeghens, married Egidius Lammens.
3. Joannes Haeghens, was born on 26 September 1658 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium. On 26 November 1689 in Lokeren, East Flanders, Belgium, he married Maria Verschelden, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 4 February 1744 in Kalken.
4. Amelberga Haeghens, was born on 19 July 1666 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium. On 29 April 1702 in Kalken she married Jacobus Coppejans, who was eborn in 1664 and died on 17 October 1742 in Kalken.

 
1256
Cornelius de Ridder, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1616, and died on 24 February 1695 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He married on 30 September 1647 in Merchtem (with Banns published there on 18 August 1647). Witnesses to the marriage were Gaspar de Smet and Joannes de Ridder.
1257
Catharina de Smeth, was baptised on 10 September 1623 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Anthonius Van Herbosch en Catharina Van Meulders), and buried there on 4 October 1668. She married as her first husband Laurentius de Hertogh, and as her second husband Cornelius de Ridder. [parents]
 
Children of Laurentius de Hertogh and Catharina de Smeth
1. Jan de Hertogh, was baptised on 8 April 1646 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He possibly married Gertrudis Meert.

 
 
Children of Cornelius de Ridder and Catharina de Smeth
1. Magdalena de Ridder, was baptised on 4 August 1648 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Jaspar Smet en Magdalena Regemeurters).
2. Anna de Ridder, was baptised on 3 May 1650 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Regenmeuter en Anna De Vetter). She married Joannes Rottiers.
3. Joannes de Ridder, was baptised on 9 September 1652 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De Ridder en Anna De Smet).
4. Catharina de Ridder, was baptised on 9 September 1652 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Geerens en Catharina De Ridder), and died there on 24 October 1652.
5. Cornelius de Ridder, was baptised on 10 January 1655 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Cornelius en Anna De Smet), and died there on 22 December 1711. On 21 May 1704 in Merchtem (with Banns published there on 11 May 1704) he married Barbara Elisabeth de Proost, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 4 April 1736 in Merchtem.
6. Christophorus de Ridder, married Cornelia Meskens.
7. Petrus de Ridder, was baptised on 23 March 1659 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Vetter en Elisabeth Vanden Bossche), and died there on 24 June 1659.
8. Michaël de Ridder, was baptised on 13 September 1660 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparenst: None). On 14 April 1692 in Baardegem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, he married Joanna de Brandt, a daughter of Henricus de Brandt and Paulina de Valck, who was baptised on 7 February 1659 in Opwijk, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
9. Petrus de Ridder, was baptised on 3 May 1663 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Geeroms).
10. Egidius de Ridder, was baptised on 15 January 1668 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius De Ryngher en Joanna Vander Straeten).

 
1258
Judocus Meskens, may have been baptised (no parents listed) on 19 April 1643 in Puurs, Antwerpen, Belgium, and died on 13 December 1667 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. He married on 3 April 1660 in Merchtem.
1259
Anna Scheltiens/Schelkens, may have been baptised (no parents listed) on 30 March 1638 in Puurs, Antwerpen, Belgium, and possibly died on 3 April 1700 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. She married as her first husband Judocus Meskens. Possibly in 31 January 1671 in Merchtem she married as her second husband Adrianus Verdoodt.
 
Children of Judocus Meskens and Anna Scheltiens
1. Cornelia Meskens, married Christophorus de Ridder.
2. Egidius Meskens, was baptised on 11 October 1660 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
3. Engelbertus Meskens, was baptised on 2 March 1665 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
4. Petrus Meskens, was baptised on 21 February 1667 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
1696
John Fransoy, had no birth or baptismal record.
1697
Geeshee (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of John Fransoy and Geeshee (__)
1. Frans Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. He married Harmtje Sanders, a daughter of Sander Egbert and Elsie Pieters Staats, who was baptised (as Herpje) in June 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jan Willemse van Deventer, and wife Cornelia).
2. Hendrick Francisco, married Leventje Van der Koeck.
3. Barent Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. On 19 April 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (with Banns published there 6 March 1726) he married Catlyntje Stegers.

Both were recorded at the time of their marriage as living in Second River. Barnt Fransee was witness to the will of Johannes Thomasee, of Newark, dated 28 February 1727. Baurent Francisco was included on the list of freeholders of Morris County from the Township of Preakness dated 31 August 1752. On 15 June 1767, in the Essex County Court Files, he was given a judgement against Nathaniel Pierson in a suit of trespass. In his will, dated 4 January 1775 and proved 13 June 1781, he called himself Barent Francisco, of Morris County.

4. Abraham Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. He married Elisabeth Stagg, a daughter of Thomas Stagg and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

The Newark (New Jersey) Town Records shows his property as being one of the lines of division between Newark and Second River. The Essex County Court Minutes mentions him as a Constable of Newark in 1744/45.

Abraham Francisco and Elizabeth Stagg have other descendants, such as:
.Sara Francisco - Elisha Arnold
 .BENEDICT ARNOLD (1780-1849) Congressman

      
5. Johannis Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Acquackanonk, New Jersey, according to marriage records. Prior to 1723 he married as his first wife Grietje Buys, who had no birth or baptismal record. He married (no date recorded) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk as his second wife Claertje Coerte, a daughter of Jan Coerte and Marytie Arianse, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1718 probably in Acquackanonk Township, Passaic County, New Jersey.

The marriage record for Johannes and Claertje states that they were both born in Acquackanonk and living in Pompton. He owned land at Teqaughaw (Towaco) in 1749, and was among the freeholders of Morris County "Township of Poquanack," 31 August 1752.

6. Tryntje Francisco, had no birth or baptismal record. With banns published 5 February 1739 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk she married Rycke Rycke.

At the time of their marriage, Rycke was recorded as having been born on Staten Island and living in Gansegat. Tryntje was recorded as having been born in Acquackanonk and living in Gansegat. Tryntje and Rycke acted as sponsors for a child of Barent Francisco and Catlyntje Steegers. Tryntje may very well have been the sister of Barent and his brothers. Her marriage date makes it unlikely that she was the child of Hendrick, Barent, and Abraham. She could possibly be the daughter of Johannes though that is unlikely. If she is not the daughter of Jan Fransoy, then she is the daughter of Frans Francisco and Harmtje Sanders.


 
1698
Michael Van der Koeck, was baptised on 21 February 1677 in Breskens, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died after 1740. Banns for their marriage were published 15 February as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. The entry in the church record includes the phrase: "Getrouwt met vertoog na Breuckelen" (with remonstrance after Breuckelen).

Michael, a bricklayer by trade, became a freeman of New York City on 26 September 1698. On 5 May 1701, "Isaack Bennitt and wife Helena of Gowanus in Brooklyn deed Machiell Vander Koeck of Bedford one half of a plantation in Bedford lying next to property of Theunis Couverts; another parcel of land between lotts of Jan Gerrits Dorland and Paulus Dircke, also one half of a piece of woods formerly belonging to Joost ffrance, deceased. Both sign by mark. Wit. by Adrian Bennett who signs by mark and Jacobus Vanderwater. Rec'd 6 May 1701 by Jacobus Vandewater, Reg." [parents]

1699
Sara Joosten, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1677, and died after 1740. [parents]
 
Children of Michael Van der Koeck and Sara Joosten
1. Frans Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 25 May 1773 on which date his wife was called a widow. Prior to 1740 he married Lena Bruyn, a daughter of Barent Bruyn and Annetje Barton, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1717 in New Jersey. Frans was living on the Horseneck tract in 1744.
2. Joost Van der Koeck, was baptised 26 October 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Yzaak Bennet and Lena, his wife).
3. Geertruy Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1704. On 5 June 1728 in Passaic. Passaic County, New Jersey, she married Simon Van Winkle, a son of Jacob Symonsen Van Winkle and Jacomyntje Newkirk, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1703 possibly in Essex County, New Jersey, and died in 1782.
Geertruy Vanderkoeck and Simeon Van Winkle have other descendants, such as:
.Michael Van Winkle - Phoebe Carter
 .John Van Winkle - Jane (__)
  .Isaac Van Winkle - Catherine McCollum
   .Isaac Newton Van Winkle - Elizabeth Ann Pearl
    .ISAAC HOMER VAN WINKLE (1870-1943) State Attorney General

      
4. Leventje Van der Koeck, married hendrick Francisco.
5. Joris Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1708, and died after 8 June 1729.
6. Henry Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1710 in New Jersey. In 1737 he married Catharina Post, a daughter of Pieter Post and Catryntje Beekman, who was born 11 October 1720 in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Henry and Catharina were married by the Reverend Johs. Van Driessen. He was a Freeholder of Morris County, New Jersey, on 31 August 1752. His will was dated 12 July 1753 and proved 24 November 1755 in Morris County, New Jersey.

7. Michael Van der Koeck, was born on 10 November 1715 in Gansegat, Morris County, New Jersey, died (or was buried) on 2 November 1786, and was buried in the Old Cooksborough Cemetery, Pittstown, Rensselaer County, New York. With Banns published on 11 February 1742 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married Cornelia Van Ness, a daughter of Simon Van Ness and Hester Delamater, who was born on 12 January 1722, died about 1779 in Pittstown, and was buried there in the Old Cooksborough Cemetery.
Michael Vandercook and Cornelia Van Ness have other descendants, such as:
.Simon Vandercook - Lavinia Vanderhoof
 .Peter Vandercook - Nancy Filkins
  .Melancthon Vandercook - Carmelia Hardick
   .John Filkin Vandercook - Margaret Womack
    .JOHN WOMACK VANDERCOOK (1902-1963) author

  

 
1700
Cornelis Doremus, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in France. He died between 28 January 1714/15 and 8 February 1714/15, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 12 May 1675 in Arnemuyden, The Netherlands. [parents]

Banns for their marriage were publsihed 21 April 1675 in de Groede, Province of Laan, The Netherlands. Their marriage was attested to by Domine Franciscus van Roosbeke. In the record he was referred to as "j.m. van Breskens" and she was referred to as "j.d. van de Groede."

At some point between 7 September 1684 and 11 April 1687 Cornelis and his family left Holland and settled near Bergen, New Jersey. Cornelis was a planter and in 1708 he purchased an extensive farm at Wesel (now Paterson), containing one hundred and fifty acres, whereupon he settled his family. In 1711 he purchased a much larger farm on Wesel Mountain, containing approximately three hundred and fifty acres. Upon this tract he settled his son, Thomas, while he remained on his own farm at Wesel. The will of Cornelis was dated 28 January 1714/15 and proved 8 February 1714/15.

1701
Jannetje Joris Van Elslant, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]

Jannetje appeared in the membership list of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York "met att. Van Middelburg" on 2 September 1685.
 
Children of Cornelis Doremus and Jannetje Joris Van Elslant
1. Thomas Doremus, was baptised on 24 March 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Joris Mathijssen, Hendrick Dooremes, and Hubrechtie Jans). He is supposed to have died on the voyage to America and was buried at sea.
2. Maijke Doremus, was baptised on 17 November 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Machiel Lens and Catelijntie Buys). She died young probably while still in The Netherlands.
3. Janneke Doremus, was baptised on 3 January 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Matthys Joris van Elsland and Maria Maes). She died young probably while still in The Netherlands.
4. Cornelis Doremus, was baptised on 3 February 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Anthoni Lhe roo and Lijsebet Wilms). On 12 August 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married Rachel Pieterson, a daughter of Pieter Hessels and Lysbeth Gerrits, who was born on 14 September 1682 and baptised on 2 October 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Claes Arents Toers, Y.M., and Claesje Dirckse Braack).

Cornelis lived on Wesel Road, next north of Crooks Avenue, but afterward removed to Peckamin River, near Cedar Grove. He was elected a deacon in the Acquackanonk church in 1730, being the first of that name to hold office in the church. He was elected constable in 1756, but declined to serve, and was fined five shillings for his failure to qualify.

Cornelius Doremus and Rachel Pieterse have other descendants, such as:
.Elizabeth Doremus - John Vincent
 .Cornelius Vincent - Phebe Ward
  .Bethuel Vincent - Martha Himrod
   .John Himrod Vincent - Anna Richards
    .Anna Vincent - Chester Daniel Massey
     .CHARLES VINCENT MASSEY (1887-1967) Governor General of Canada
     .RAYMOND HART MASSEY (1896-1983) film actor
      - ADRIANNA ALLEN (1907-1993) stage and film actor
      .DANIEL RAYMOND MASSEY (1933-1998) film actor
      | - (1) ADRIENNE CORRI (1933-living) film actor
      | - (2) PENELOPE WILTON (1946-living) film actor
      .ANNA MASSEY (1937-living) film actor
       - JEREMY BRETT (né PETER JEREMY WILLIAM HUGGINS) (1933-1995) film actor

Also, RAYMOND HART MASSEY II (?-living) film producer
      (grandson of Raymond Massey by unknown [to me] parentage)

      
5. Johannes Doremus, was baptised on 7 September 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Joris Van [Elsland] and Hubregtje Jans). After 19 August 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Lysbeth Ackerman, a daughter of Abraham Davidszen Ackerman and Aeltje Van Lear, who was baptised on 19 May 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Assuerus Hendrickszen and Hendrickje Wessels).

Johannes was recorded as having been born in "Middelburgh in Zeeland" and now living in Acquackanonk; Lysbeth as having been born in Bergen and now living at Hackensack at the time of their marriage. He settled in Lower Preakness as early as 1717, probably, but in his latter days seemed to have lived in Paramus, where he resided when he made his will, dated 5 July 1754, proved 7 February 1758, and witnessed by Deryck Dey, Nicholas Kip and Philip Schuyler. He gave wife Elisabeth all his estate, with power to sell; the remainder to go as follow: to son Cornelus "all my Realle Estate with the Wive Loume and Couppers toules, which he is to pay £80 New York money to the rest rest of my children hererafter named and that four years after my wife's decease;" to eldest son's son John, five shillings "for his father which is deceased birthright and £20 to the children of my son Abraham, John and Catharine." Executors - son Cornelus and son-in-law Michiel Hertie. Signed, "I.D." In 1754 the New Jersey Legislature passed an act to naturalize Johannes Doremus though it is not sure if he is the Johannes in question.

Johannes Doremus and Lysbeth Ackerman have other descendants, such as:
.Janneke Doremus - Cornelis Van Giesen
 .Fytje/Sophia Van Giesen - John Gould (*)
  .Jane Gould - Caleb Harrison
   .Mary Ward Harrison - Amos Condit Gould
    .Jane Thomas Gould - James Augustus Backus
     .Russell T. Backus - Daisy Gilmore Taylor
      .JAMES GILMORE BACKUS (1913-1989) film and TV actor

(*) the parentage listed for Fytje Van Giesen is speculative and unproven.

      
6. Thomas Doremus, married Anneke Ackerman.
7. Jannetje Doremus, was baptised on 4 June 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Johannes Vreelannt and Catryna Gerrits, widow of Adriaen Post), and died prior to 1726. With Banns published 22 October 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as his first wife Frans Thomaszen Outwater, a son of Thomas Franzen Oudewater and Tryntje Jans Van Breestede, who was baptised on 14 October 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Simon Breesteden and Aefje Lucas).

Thomas was living at Monachty at the time of his marriage. Jannetje died prior to 1726, the year Frans married as his second wife Johanna Zanders.

Jannetje Doremus and Frans Thomaszen Outwater have other descendants, such as:
.Catrina Outwater - Jan Romeyn
 .Jannetje Romeyn - Abraham Ackerman
  .Gelyn Ackerman - Jane Coombs
   .Jonathan Combs - Maria Smith
    .James Hervey Ackerman - Ellen Robinson Morgan
     .ERNEST ROBINSON ACKERMAN (1863-1931) Congressman
      
8. Joris Doremus, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey, according to his marriage record. With Banns published 16 March 1717 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Marritie Berdan, a daughter of Jan Berdan and Eva Sicklen, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1694, possibly in N. Amersfoort, Long Island, New York.

At the time of their marriage, Joris was living in Acquackanonk and Marretie was living in Hackensack. After his marriage Joris removed to Preakness. By deed (unrecorded) dated 4 December 1723, Rip Van Dam, sen., and Rip Van Dam, jun., of New York, attorneys of Priscilla and Mercy Benthall, devisees of Thomas Hart, late of London, deceased, for £270, New York money, conveyed to George Du Remos amd Cornelius Kip, a tract of land at Perekenes: "Beginning at the south end of the land of Mdme. Brackhuls at a beech tree standing near by the run from thence W. by N. 20 chains to a stake there standing; from then N. 7½ (degrees) E. along the marked trees to a stake there standing, 90 chains; W 7½ (degrees) N. along David Daniel's line as the trees are marked to a white oak tree marked four sided near by the run 112... degrees south along the run 30 chains; then N.N.E. along the run 23 (degrees) to the place where it first begun: containing 600 acres, or there abouts." In truth, the boundaries embraced much more than 600 acres, owing partly to careless surveying and partly to the custom of making allowances for waste land. To settle any question as to the title, on account of the excessive quantity of land, Lewis Morris Ashfield, eldest son and heir-in-law of Richard Ashfield, of New York, deceased, by deed dated 1 May 1754, for £60, released all claim in the premises. His will, dated 25 March 1733, witnessed by Johannes Doremus, Isaack Kip, and Cornelius Kip, was proved 20 October 1733 and in it he gave his eldest son, Cornelis, forty shillings for his birthright; to his wife, Marritie, all his lands during his widowhood, "provided that when my eldest son shall come of age of one and twenty years his equal share or dividend of all my lands shall devolve unto him, he paying yearly unto his mother, one-fourth part of the wheat, rye, Indian corn, and buckwheat he yearly raises upon said land and the share of all the rest of my children shall devolve unto them respectively when they come to the age of one and twenty years"; after-born children to share equally. Executors were his brothers, Cornelius and Thomas, and his wife's brother John Berdan, jun., and Cernant (Coenrad?) Berdan.

9. Hendrick Doremus, was born on 26 May 1695 probably in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey. On 11 April 1716 he married Annatie Hesselse, a probable daughter of Hessel Pieterse and Elisabeth Claes, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Both were recorded as having been born and then living in Acquackanonk at the time of their marriage. Hendrick occupied the paternal homestead on the Wesel Road, extending from the river to the foot of the Wesel Mountain. In 1728 he was chosen one of the constables of Essex County, New Jersey.

.Hendrick Doremus and Annatje Hesselse have other descendants, such as:
 .Annetje Doremus - Teunis Hennion
  .David Hennion - Sophornia Hennion
   .David Hennion - Maria M. Piatt
    .Martin Hennion - Marrie J. Reese
     .Frank R. Hennion - Nellie L. Junod
      .Ruth Genevieve Hennion - Harold Scott Chaffee, Jr.
       .NANCY ANN CHAFFEE (1929-2002) tennis player
	- (1) RALPH MCPHERRAN KINER, Jr. (1922-living) baseball player
	- (2) JOHN FRANCIS WHITAKER (aka JACK) (1924-living) sportscaster
  

 

1702
Abraham Davidszen Ackerman, was born on 3 May 1659 in Berlicum, North Brabant, The Netherlands. He died after 1723 and was buried in the Dutch Church on the Green, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He married on 28 May 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn.

In 1682, Abraham was taxed in Midwout, Kings County, New York. On 1 April 1684 his wife was received into the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen by Certificate from Midwout, and on 3 October 1696, was dismissed to the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack. In 1704, he built a stone house in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. [parents]

1703
Aeltje Van Laer, was born on 14 April 1666 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, and baptised on 25 April 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Maddeleen Dircks). She died after 1723. [parents]
 
Children of Abraham Davidszen Ackerman and Aeltje -Van Laer
1. David Ackerman, was baptised on 11 May 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Laurens Ackerman and Anna Maria Deckers). With Banns published on 20 September 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Margritje Jurcks, a daughter of Johannes Paulusen Jurcksen and Jannetje Dret, who was baptised on 12 March 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Willem Hippen, Henrica Wessels).

As David Abrams Akerman he was made one of the Justices of the Quorum for Bergen County, 1 December 1739. He was a farmer and settled at Paramus. His will, dated 13 May 1760 and proved on 25 November 1760, mentioned wife Margaret, oldest son Abraham, and five other children. The inventory was dated 18 August 1760. Son David died prior to probate.

David Ackerman and Margarietje Jurcks have other descendants, such as:
.Gerrit D. Ackerman - Magdalena Van Voorhees
|.Albert G. Ackerman - Antje Storr
| .Garret A. Ackerman - Letitia Van Schyven
|  .Frederick Ackerman - Jennette E. (__)
|   .GEORGE W. ACKERMAN (1884-1962) photographer (**)
|
.David Ackerman - Annatje Tiebout
 .Abraham D. Ackerman - Elizabeth Frances Verwey
  .Lawrence Ackerman - Cynthia Bent Robertson
   .Joseph Chandler Ackerman - Belinda Sophia van Buren
   |.Caroline Netta Ackerman - Edward Stillman Kendrick
   | .Caroline Isabelle Kendrick - William Darius Eddy
   |  .NELSON ACKERMAN EDDY (1901-1967) singer, film actor
   |
   .WILLIAM KELLY ACKERMAN (1832-1905) railroad president, financier

(**) more work needs to be done to verify that this is the correct lineage for George.

      
2. Gerrit Ackerman, was born on 12 April 1685 and baptised on 3 May 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: David and Annetie Ackerman). With Banns published on 4 October 1712 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Jannetje Albertse Van Voorhees, a daughter of Albert Stevense Van Voorhees and Tilletje Reyniers Wizzelpenning, who was baptised on 22 April 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Albert Albertse Terheun and Hendrickje Stevens).

Gerrit was recorded as having been born in Bergen and Jannetie as having been born in Hackensack with both living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage. His will, dated 12 December 1757 (Codicil 1 April 1758) and proved on 6 September 1762, refers to his as being a yoeman of Saddle River, and mentions his wife Jannetie and six children.

Gerrit Ackerman and Jannetje Van Voorhees have other descendants, such as:
.Lena Ackerman - Jacob Christian Zabriskie
|.Lea Zabriskie - Isaac Sloat
| .Jacob Sloat - Sarah Bigelow Hollenbeck
|  .Martha Ellen Sloat - Newton Pomeroy Fassett
|  |.JACOB SLOAT FASSETT (1853-1924) Congressman - Jennie (__)
|  | .Newton Fassett - Lillian Eyre Griffis
|  |  .William Elliott Fassett (?-1992) restaurant owner - Madeleine Ulman
|  |   .KALLE FASSETT (1937-living) artist
|  |   .HOLLY FASSETT (?-living) artist
|  |
|  .Henry Ransom Sloat - Carrie Ward Schultz
|   .Carrie Louise Sloat - Samuel Lloyd Eastburn
|    .Barbara Sloat Eastburn - Vine Victor Deloria
|     .VINE VICTOR DELORIA, Jr. (1933-2005) author
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.Elizabeth Ackerman - Andries C. Zabriskie
 .Christian A. Zabriskie - Maria Terhune
 |.Catherine Zabriskie - John Anderson
 | .John Christian Zabriskie Anderson - Harriet Myer
 |  .Catherine Zabriskie Anderson - Lucas J. Van Buskirk
 |   .ROBERT WARD VAN BOSKERCK (1855-1932) artist
 |
 .Jannetje Zabriskie - Casparus Bogert
  .Elizabeth Bogert - William Pell
   .Sarah Augusta Pell - ABRAHAM OOTHOUT ZABRISKIE (1807-1873) jurist
    .Sarah Augusta Zabriskie - Baron FRANZ ERNST DE BILLE (?-?) Danish Minister to England

      
3. Abigail Ackerman, was baptised on 19 January 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Arie Van Laer and Anneken Ackerman). With Banns published in July 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her first husband Andries Hopper, a son of Hendrick Hoppe and Maria Van Blarcom, who was baptised on 21 January 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Adriaen Corneliszen and Geertie Hoppen), and died prior to 1733. On 13 October 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns published there on 7 September 1733) she married as her second husband and as his second wife Dirk Blinkerhof, the widower of Margrieta Banta and a son of Hendrick Jorisen Blinkerhoff and Claasie Cornelise Bogart, who was baptised on 7 February 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Elias Michielszen and Sara Webbers).

Abigail and Andries were both recorded at the time of their marriage as having been born in Bergen and then living in Hackensack. Andries joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack "upon confession" on 6 April 1706. At that time of her second marriage, Abigail was living in Paramus and Dirk was recorded as having been born in Gemenipa and now living in Hackensack. Abigail, the wife of Dirk Blinkerhof, from "Peremes," was accepted into the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack, "with letters", 22 November 1733.

Abigail Ackerman and Andries Hopper have other descendants, such as:
.Altje Hopper - Jan Jacobszen Zabriskie
|.Andries Jan Zabriskie - Christina Bogert
||.John Zabriskie - Jannetje Zabriskie
|| .Casperus J. Zabriskie - Catherine Post
||  .Eliza Jane Zabriskie - Benjamin S. Demarest
||   .Samuel B. Demarest - Wilhelmena Lindgren
||    .CARL WILLIAM DEMAREST (1892-1983) film actor
||
|.Albert Jan Zabriskie - Geesje Van Horn
| .John A. Zabriskie - Cornelia Bogert
|  .Elizabeth Zabriskie - Samuel R. Demarest
|   .Cornelia Demarest - Jacob Blauvelt
|    .William Henry Blauvelt - Jane Durie
|     .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
|      .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
|       .DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)
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.Gerrit Hopper - Hendrickje Terhune
 .Lydia Hopper - Peter P. Demarest
  .Peter P. Demarest - Lea Demarest
   .Daniel P. Demarest - Lea Bogert
    .David D. Demarest - Catherine Louise Nevius
     .WILLIAM HENRY STEELE DEMAREST (1863-1956) university president

      
4. Lysbeth Ackerman, was baptised on 19 May 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Assuerus Hendrick szen and Hendrickje Wessels). After 19 August 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Johannes Doremus, a son Cornelis Doremus and Jannetje Joris van Elsland, who was baptised on 7 September 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Middelburg (wit.: Joris Van [Elsland] and Hubregtje Jans).

Johannes was recorded as having been born in "Middelburgh in Zeeland" and now living in Acquackanonk; Lysbeth as having been born in Bergen and now living at Hackensack at the time of their marriage. He settled in Lower Preakness as early as 1717, probably, but in his latter days seemed to have lived in Paramus, where he resided when he made his will, dated 5 July 1754, proved on 7 February 1758, and witnessed by Deryck Dey, Nicholas Kip and Philip Schuyler. He gave wife Elisabeth all his estate, with power to sell; the remainder to go as follow: to son Cornelus "all my Realle Estate with the Wive Loume and Couppers toules, which he is to pay £80 New York money to the rest rest of my children hererafter named and that four years after my wife's decease;" to eldest son's son John, five shillings "for his father which is deceased birthright and £20 to the children of my son Abraham, John and Catharine." Executors - son Cornelus and son-in-law Michiel Hertie. Signed, "I.D." In 1754 the New Jersey Legislature passed an act to naturalize Johannes Doremus though it is not sure if he is the Johannes in question.

Lysbeth Ackerman and Johannes Doremus have other descendants, such as:
.Janneke Doremus - Cornelis Van Giesen
 .Fytje/Sophia Van Giesen - John Gould (*)
  .Jane Gould - Caleb Harrison
   .Mary Ward Harrison - Amos Condit Gould
    .Jane Thomas Gould - James Augustus Backus
     .Russell T. Backus - Daisy Gilmore Taylor
      .JAMES GILMORE BACKUS (1913-1989) film and TV actor

(*) the parentage listed for Fytje Van Giesen is speculative and unproven.

      
5. Johannes Ackerman, was baptised on 15 September 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jacobus Kindt, and Anneken Ackerman, in plaets van Geertie Egberts), died on 27 October 1690, and was buried on 29 October 1690 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
6. Anneke Ackerman, married Thomas Doremus.
7. Anna Maria Ackerman, was baptised on 12 July 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Arent Fredricx and Hester Daniels), died on 22 January 1696, and was buried 24 January 1696 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
8. Adrian Ackerman, was baptised on 26 March 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Lodewyck Ackerman and Hilgont Verplanck, wife of Davidt Ackerman). On 24 October 1716 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns published on 20 October 1716 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York) he married as his first wife Annetie Meyers, a daughter of Jan Janszen Meyers and Annatje Van Vorst, who was baptised on 12 June 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jan Ariaenszen and Anna Van Vorst), and died prior to 1720. On 2 April 1720 he married as his second wife maritie Johannes Van Blarcom, a daughter of Johannes Janszen Van Blarcom and Mettje Jans Springsteen, who was baptised on 30 January 1698 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Adam Janse and Neeltje Leydecker). Adrian and his second wife were recorded having been born and then living in Hackensack at the time of his second marriage.
9. Johannes Ackerman, was baptised on 15 November 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Lodewick Ackerman and Illegond Verplancke). On 5 May 1721 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with Banns published there on 7 April 1721) he married as his first wife Maria Wakefield, a daughter of Thomas Wakefield and Maria (Burgers or Burgess), who had no birth or baptimal record, and died prior to 1728. On 28 February 1728 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns published there on 4 February 1728) he married as his second wife Elizabeth Stagg, a daughter of Willem Stegge and Magdalena Brouwer, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Maria joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack by "Letter" from New Harlem on 8 October 1721. Johannes joined Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack upon confession of faith, 1 April 1721. He was a farmer at Paramus. His will, dated 1 August 1759, probated on 19 August 1761, and recorded on 14 December 1761, described him as "Yoeman of Paramus, New Jersey," and in it he left property and land to his wife Elizabeth, to his son Abraham (by his first wife), to his sons William, David, Johannes, Gerrit, Petrus, and Cornelius. The executors were Abraham Lourens Ackerman and Abraham Abrahamse Ackerman; the witnesses were Jacob Banta, Lena Banta (by mark) and Robert Livesey. Johannes signed it with his mark.

10. Geleyn Ackerman, was baptised in December 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: David Daniels and Geertie Ackerman). He married Rachel Albertse Van Voorhees, a daughter of Albert Stevense Van Voorhees and Elena Van der Schuere, who was baptised on 6 October 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Reyyer Martese and Lammetie Bongaert).
Geleyn Ackerman and Rachel Van Voorhees have other descendants, such as:
.Abraham Ackerman - Jannetje Romeyn
 .Gelyn Ackerman - Jane Coombs
  .Jonathan Combs - Maria Smith
   .James Hervey Ackerman - Ellen Robinson Morgan
    .ERNEST ROBINSON ACKERMAN (1863-1931) Congressman

      
11. Anna Maria Ackerman, was baptised on 6 April 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Johannes Van Imburgh and Magdaleene Housman), died on 14 March 1772, and was buried in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Paramus, Ridgewood, New Jersey. With Banns published 24 October 1719 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Albertus Terhune, a son of Albert Albertse Terhune, Jr., and Wyntie Bickers, who was baptised on 10 October 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Theunis Slingerlandt and Geertruyt Fonda), died on 23 May 1773, and was buried in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Paramus.

Anna Maria and Albertus were recorded as having been born and then living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage. They were accepted "upon confession of faith" into the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack 1 July 1720.

Anna Maria Ackerman and Albert Terhune have other descendants, such as:
.Wyntje Terhune - Jacob H. Zabriskie
 .Jannetje Zabriskie - John Zabriskie
  .Casperus J. Zabriskie - Catherine Post
   .Eliza Jane Zabriskie - Benjamin S. Demarest
    .Samuel B. Demarest - Wilhelmena Lindgren
     .CARL WILLIAM DEMAREST (1892-1983) film actor

      
12. Abraham Ackerman, was baptised on 22 February 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Thomas Fransen and Trintie Breestede). On 8 August 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Hendrikje Hoppe, a daughter of Jan Hoppe and Rachel Terhune, who was baptised on 26 January 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Jacob Zaborisco and Antie, his wife).

Abram joined the Reformed Dutch Church in Hackensack "upon confession" 8 December 1726, and his wife joined 25 April 1728. He lived at New Barbadoes, Bergen County, New Jersey. His will was dated on 16 April 1762, proved on 3 August 1762, and recorded on 3 November 1763. It refers to him as Abraham Ackerman of New Barbadoes and in it he left his wife his whole estate and names also as his legates his sons Hendrick, John, Abraham, and his daughters Rachel and Altje and Hendricktje, the daughter of his son Abraham. His wife was to have the copper "Cittle" and furniture; Hendrick and Rachel the dwelling in which he lives; John to have his large Dutch Bible. Hendrick and Rachel were to pay to Altie £30. Rachel was to get £16 when married for her outset and Hendrick was to have "my gun which I call my Bullet Gun." Also "my children Altje, John, Abraham, Hendrick, and Rachel to have a large silverspoon. Also Hendrickje, the daughter of my son Abraham shall have one." The executors were his friend Abraham Lowrance Ackerman and Guilliame Bertholf; and the witnesses were William Provoost, John Earle, and Morris Earle.

Abraham Ackerman and Hendrickje Hoppe have other descendants, such as:
.Abraham A. Ackerman - Anna Maria Bogert
 .Hendrickje Ackerman - Roelof P. Bogert
  .Jannetje Bogert - Garret Myer
  |.Harriet Myer - John Christian Zabriskie Anderson
  | .Catherine Zabriskie Anderson - Lucas J. Van Buskirk
  |  .ROBERT WARD VAN BOSKERCK (1855-1932) artist
  |
  .Maria Bogert - John Bertholf
   .John Bogert Bertholf - Jane Wallace
    .John Jay Bertholf - Annie Francis Price
     .ELLSWORTH PRICE BERTHOLF (1866-1921) US Coast Guard commander

      
13. Sara Ackerman, was baptised on 21 January 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: David Ackerman and Catryn Ackerman). She married as her first husband Cornelis Laurenszen Toers, a son of Laurens Arentszen Toers and Francyntie Thomas, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 8 December 1733. On 26 December 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns recorded there on 8 December 1733) she married as her second husband and as his second wife Hendrick Sickles, the widower of Geertruy Fredrickx and a son of Robert Sickles and Geertruyt Redderhaers, who was baptised on 14 August as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lambert Zickels, Abel Riddenaes, and Maria Jans), died on 20 January 1777, and was buried on 22 January 1777 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.

At the time of her second marriage, Sara was recorded as having been born and then living in Hackensack and Hendrik as having been born and then living in Bergen.

14. Lauwrens Ackerman, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1706 in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. On 27 October 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns published thee 30 September 1727) he married Geesje Martense Paulussen, a daughter of Martin Paulussen and Margriete Westervelt, who was baptised on 2 September 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Dirck Paulse and Orselena Stimets).

Both were recorded as having been born and then living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage. Lauwrens's parentage is indicated by the fact that the will of Johannes Ackerman, dated 23 April 1738, mentions cousin Lawrence Abrams Ackerman as an executor. Lauwrence was of New Barbadoes and his will, dated 30 March 1770, mentioned his wife Geesje and son Abraham, deceased, and the latter's children.


 
1704
Hendrick Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1646 probably in Garderen, Guilderland, The Netherlands, and died about 1712 in Pacquenac (now Mountain View), New Jersey. On 18 July 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush he married as his first wife Annetje Scholl, a daughter of Pieter Janszen Scholl and Margaritje Provoost, who was baptised on 16 July 1664 as recorded at the at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Coenradt ten Eyck and Grietie Provoost), and died prior to 21 April 1699. Banns were published 6 June 1680 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush, and in them Hendrick was recorded as "j.m. Uyt Gelderlt woonende op Noortwyck" and Annetje was recorded as "j.d. woonenede op Hempstede." On 21 April 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married as his second wife and as her first husband Elisabeth Janse Harris.

Hendrick arrived on 12 February 1659, aged 9 years old, in America on board the ship "de Trouw." He was a landowner in Noortwijck (Greenwich) and Hempstead, New York. Adam Mott, Jr., sold to Hendrich Mandefell 50 acres in the south woods at Hempstead, 18 March 1684, and Pieter Jansen Scoll, "the 14th of next June" gave 50 adjoining acres to his beloved son-in-law Hendrick Mandefell. Hendrick witnessed a deed of Robert Bedall, Jr. at Hempstead, 7 April 1687. On 11 May 1695, having purchased the Indian title to the same, Major Anthony Brockholst and Capt, Arent Schuyler in behalf of themselves and their associates, Samuel Bayard, George Ryerson, John Mead (his brother-in-law), Samual Berrie, David and Hendrick Mandeville, obtained a patent for 5,500 acres of land from the East Jersey proprietors at Pacquenac, or Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Hendrick's will was written on 4 August 1709. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Mandeville and Annetje Scholl
1. Maria Mandeville, was baptised on 28 March 1681 as recorded at the at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jilles Janszen and Elsje Jans).
2. Pieter Mandeville, was baptised on 16 September 1682 as recorded at the at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jilles Janszen and Grietie Provoost), and probably died young.
3. David Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Hempstead, Long Island, New York. On 10 June 1709 he married Jannetje Jacobs Woertendyk, a daughter of Jacob Corneliszen Stille and Marytie Hendrix, who was baptised on 16 March 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jan Dircxen op Hoboken and Annetje Claes).
David Mandeville and Jannetje Jacobs Woertendyk have other descendants, such as:
.Jacob Mandeville - Sarah Davenport
 .Sarah Mandeville - Joshua Nelson
  .Sarah Nelson - Benjamin Welles
   .Elihu Smith Welles - Deborah Right Burdge
    .Julia Ann Welles - Charles Hazon Barron
     .MARY WELLES BARRON (1865-1948) Titanic survivor
      
4. Antje Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Hempstead, Long Island, New York. On 10 April 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Johannes Brouwer, a son of Pieter Brouwer and Petronella Uldricks Kleyn, who was born in New Harlem, New York according to marriage records, and baptised on 25 March 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Theunis (__) and Sara Brouwers).

 

1705
Elisabeth Janse Harris, had no birth or baptismal record and was born probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 21 April 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her first husband Hendrick Mandeville. With Banns published on 30 October 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church ofn Hackensack she married as her second husband Barent Jacobus, a son of Jacobus Jans and Jannetje Oothout, who was baptised on 6 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Father, (and carried) by Engeltje Melchertsz). Barent and Elizabeth were recorded as both living at Acquackanonk at the time of their marriage. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Mandeville and Elisabeth Janse Harris
1. Johannes Mandeville, married as her first husband Elizabeth Bruyn.
2. Hendrick Mandeville, was baptised on 24 May 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Davidt Mandeviel and wife Marretie Van Hoese), and died on 2 September 1790. In 1726 he married Elizabeth Vreeland, a daughter of Claes Vreeland and Elsje Pieters, who was born in 1703 in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey, and died there on 17 July 1781.

Hendrick lived in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey. The will of Henry Mandeville, of Pequanock, Morris County, was dated 28 December 1786 and proved on 28 December 1790. In it his son Pieter, "who is the eldest son," was to receive 7 shillings and the land on which he currently was living; also 27 acres west of his home lot; and after his death the land was to go to his eldest son Henry; son Henry received "my homestead," also the lot west of his brother Pieter's as well as 50 acres along the mountain; son William was to receive the 50 acres he was living on; son David received the 50 acres where he was living on; grandson Henry Mandevel, son of Henry, received his Dutch Bible; grandson Henry Spear, "only son of my daughter Elizabeth Spear," 12½ acres, "called the Moyack," which adjoins land of John Mead; to his six daughters, and the children of his daughter Elizabeth, deceased, his moveable estate: "that is to daughters Elizabeth Berry, Marey (or Marcy) Bertholf, Ann Francisco, Lea Kip, Clawsey Mandevel, Areyantye Lambert, and children of daughter Elizabeth Spear." Executors were sons Henry and David. Witnesses were George L. Reyerson, Roelof Jacobus, and Nicholas Jones.

Hendrick Mandeville and Elizabeth Vreeland have other descendants, such as:
.Peter Mandeville - Maria Bertholf
|.Sarah Mandeville - Abraham Ryerson
| .Abraham Ryerson - Sarah Bush
|  .Sarah Ryerson - William Anderson
|   .ABRAHAM ARCHIBALD ANDERSON (1847-1940) artist
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.Leah Mandeville - Nicholas Kip
 .Leah Mandeville - Nicholas Kip
 |.Leah Kip - Christian Shuart
 | .Mary Ann Shuart - Edward Corwin
 |  .EDWARD TANJORE CORWIN (1834-1914) clergyman, author
 |
 .Nicholas Kip - Hester Johnson
  .Nicholas Kip - Mary Freshour
   .Mary Esther Kip - EDWARD TANJORE CORWIN (1834-1914) clergyman, author

      
3. Gilles Mandeville, was born about 21 January 1708, and died on 8 August 1776 in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey, aged 68 years, 6 months, and 18 days. On 8 June 1729 he married Leah Bruyn, a daughter of Hendrick Bruyn and Margrietje Lacomba, who was born on 18 June 1709 and died on 19 July 1799, aged 90 years, 1 month, and 1 day.

Gilles lived in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey. The will of Yelles Mandevel of Morris County, was dated 28 July 1774 and proved on 4 October 1784. In it he bequeathed his wife Leah "1/3 of moveable estate, while my widow, and my sons John and Henry to support her;" son Henry to have the lot on which he lived, "except that small tract between William and Anthony, which Anthony is to have;" son William was to have the 20 acres on which he was living; son John was to have "my old place, but Abraham must have 25¼ acres of that lying between Pieter and Henry, and also the lands which my sons, Henry, Anthony, and William, have bought, each one to have 5¼ acres;" son John was to have the house "where I dwell;" his six sons were to have his timberland; daughter Lenah to have £30; daughter Elizabeth to have £30; daughter Margaret to have £30, after her mother's death; daughter Sitea was to have £30 after her granmother's death. Executors were sons William and Abraham, who were to also be trustees for his wife and children. Witnesses were Yelles Bertholf, Robert Clark, and Abraham Bertholf.

Giles Mandeville and Leah Bruyn have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick Mandeville - Rachel Spier
|.Sarah Mandeville - Johannis Doremus
| .Anche Doremus - Johannes Jacobus
|  .John I. Jacobus - Mary Aber
|   .Henry Oliver Jacobus - Harriet Amanda Aber
|    .John Ira Jacobus - Ida Wilmot Lines
|     .DONALD LINES JACOBUS (1887-1970) genealogist
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.William Mandeville - Elizabeth Jacobus
|.Cornelius William Mandeville - Jannette Jones
| .Susan Mandeville - David Fairbanks
|  .Ralph Jacobus Fairbanks - Celestia Adelaide Johnson
|   .Zella Vonola Fairbanks - Alexander Revard Modine
|    .Mark Alexander Modine - Dolores Warner
|     .MATTHEW AVERY MODINE (1959-living) film actor
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.Anthony Mandeville - Willempje Van Houten
|.Lena Mandeville - Cornelis T. Doremus
| .Thomas C. Doremus - Sarah Platte Haines
|  .ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS (1824-1906) chemist - Estelle Emma Skidmore
|   .CHARLES AVERY DOREMUS (1851-1925) chemist
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.Gilles Mandeville - Christina Houseman
 .Hendrick Mandeville - Sophia Brown
  .Hannah Mandeville - Nathaniel Casterline
   .Ella Casterline - Alfred Decker
    .Harriet Decker - Robert Ludlum
     .George Hartford Ludlum - Margaret Wadsworth
      .ROBERT LUDLUM (1927-2001) author

  

 
 
Children of Elisabeth Janse Harris and Barent Jacobus
1. Jannetje Jacobus, had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Wesel, New Jersey. On 17 November 1736 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River she married Guiljaem Bertholf, a son of Hendrick Bertholf and Marretje Albertse Terhune, who was baptised 17 June 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack.
2. Abraham Jacobus, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1719 in Hanover, Morris County, New Jersey, and died about 1790. On 9 November 1742 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk (and also recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Pompton Plains) he married Evaatje Kip, a daughter of Cornelis Kip and Evaatje Berdan, who was baptised on 11 October 1724 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Jan Berdan and Evaatje Berdan).

Abraham was described in the marriage record as living in Hanover, and Evaatje was described as having been born and now living in Preakness, New Jersey. The will of Abraham Jacobus of Towagham, Precinct of Pequannack, Morris County, New Jersey, yeoman, was dated 29 August 1787 and probated on 9 December 1791. In it wife Eve was to receive "1/3 grain and vegetables raised on the place, 2 cows, and furnished room in the house and a supply of firewood while my widow;" daughters Elizabeth and Ann Jacobus were to each receive a cow and be kept by sons John and Brant while single; sons Cornelius and Abraham received "the old place where Cornelius now lives, to be equally divided between them; also a piece of woodland (6 acres) near the sawmill; the same subject to an incumbrance of £25, which they are to pay to my daughter Lena Mandeville, 4 years after my decease;" son James to receive the lot beyond Cornelius, with 2½ acres of meadow in the swamp; son Nicholas received the place where he lived, and 2½ acres of meadow in the swamp; son James and Nicholas to pay to his daughter Jenny Schermerhorn £25, "4 years after my decease;" son Brant received 5 shillings; son John received a piece of land "between the old line and my brother James;" sons John and Brant received the house in which they were currently dwelling and the land it was on, "subject to £60 to be paid to my daughters Elizabeth and Ann, 4 years after my decease;" the remainder of the estate to be sold by vendue and equally divided among all the children, but sons Brant and John were to have the remainder of the meadow. Executors were sons Brant and John. Witnesses were William Menderveal, Nicholas Jacobus, and Charles Ailsworth O'Brien. An inventory of the estate was taken on 13 October 1791 by Thos. Doremus and Philip Hyler and values at £34 and 9 shillings.

Abraham Jacobus and Evaatje Kip have other descendants, such as:
.Jannetje Jacobus - Arent Schermerhorn
 .Eva Schermerhorn - Michael Widerwachs
  .Michael Weatherwax - Sarah Rose Van Allen
   .William C. Weatherwax - Elizabeth Mary Smiley
    .Walter Smiley Weatherwax - Anna L. Wallis
     .FRANK WEATHERWAX l1902-1991) Hollywood animal trainer
     .RUDD WEATHERWAX (1907-1985) Hollywood animal trainer - (__)
     |.ROBERT WEATHERWAX (?-?) Hollywood animal trainer
     |
     .JACK WEATHERWAX (1909-1968) Hollywood animal trainer
     .(__)Weatherwax - (__) Ekins
      .BUD EKINS (1930-2007) film actor, stuntman

      
3. Jacobus Jacobus, had no birth or baptismal record. On 23 June 1743 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Marritjen Kip, a daughter of Cornelis Kip and Evaatje Berdan, who was baptised on 23 October 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Joris Duremes and Maritje Berdan). Banns for their marriage were published 21 May 1743 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack, where he was recorded as having been born and now living in Hanover, and she as having been born and now living in Preakness.

Jacobus served in the Revolutionary War as a private in the Morris County Militia, New Jersey. He signed the "Article of Agreement" to uphold the American cause on 12 March 1776. The will of James Jacobus, Jr. of Morris County, New Jersey, was dated 3 October 1793 and probated on 22 August 1794. In it he provided for his wife to be maintained out of his estate, and also to have "an old negro wench and negro, Tom;" son James was to have the south half of a 17 acre lot between Capt. Thos. Doremus and Martin Van Duyne's land, also 11 acres between where he lived and the heirs of Abraham Jacobus, dec'd, and 15 acres between Martin Van Duyne Thomas Doremus; son David was to have 30 acres where he currently lived on, also the north half of the 17 acre lot and 10 acres "whereon the sawmill stands as laid out by Abraham Ryerson;" daughter Ann was to receive 25 acres during her life where on Brant Jacobus, dec'd, formerly lived - after her decease the land was to go tho her son Cornelius Bloom; sons Cornelius, Abraham, and Nicholas received the remainder of lands in Morris Co.; daughters Elizabeth (wife of Wm. Mandeville) and Eva (wife of John Mandeville), received a 50 acre lot in Preakness, Bergen County; son Cornelius received the 6 acres where he was currently living on; grand daughter Ann Van Blaricum received £5; daughter Mary, wife of Richard Duryea, received £100 (to be paid by the 5 sons within 3 years; personal and residue were to be divided between all the children. Executors were sons Cornelius and James. Witnesses were Isaac Kingslan, Jr., Abraham Jacobus, and Charles A. O'Brien. An inventory of the estate valued at £414, 2 shillings, and 7 pence, was made by Thomas Doremus and Philip Hiler on 8 July 1794.

Jacobus Jacobus and Marritjen Kip have other descendants, such as:
.Elizabeth Jacobus - William Mandeville
 .Cornelius William Mandeville - Jannette Jones
  .Susan Mandeville - David Fairbanks
   .Ralph Jacobus Fairbanks - Celestia Adelaide Johnson
    .Zella Vonola Fairbanks - Alexander Revard Modine
     .Mark Alexander Modine - Dolores Warner
      .MATTHEW AVERY MODINE (1959-living) film actor

   

 
1706
Hendrick Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Pemmerpogh, New Jersey. He died between 24 January 1745 and 14 March 1757, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 6 September 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack.

They joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River on 18 October 1728. He was a deacon of that church in 29 May 1732, and was recorded as an Elder in 1735, 1739, 1743, and 1749. He signed his name as Hendrick Bruyn, Sr., Churchmaster, on 2 April 1742. His will, dated 24 January 1745, and proved 14 March 1757, was signed by mark and witnessed by Jon. Sergeant (in whose handwriting it is written), Jacobus Vandicke, and Abraham Peir. In it Hendrick gave his wife, Margaret Brown, use of all estate for life; to eldest son Hendrick Brown, "the House wherein I now live" with half his lands; to son John Brown, "the House in which he now lives," the other half of his lands, and all his smith's tools and utensils; to grandson Jacobus Brown, a heifer or colt at his choice. One-eighth of his personal estate was given to each of the following: son Hendrick Brown, son John Brown, eldest daughter Elizabeth Cadmus, daughter "Lao Manderville," daughter Saiche Kerstead, daughter Sauke Woutesse, and daughter Alche Sip; and one-sixteenth each to grandson Jacobes Brown and granddaughter Margret King. Sons Hendrick and John to be executors. [parents]

1707
Margarietje Lacomba, was baptised on 2 April 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Carel de Núson and Marritie Claes). She died after 1745. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Bruyn and Margarietje Lacomba
1. Hendrick Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1701, and died in 1771. He married Martha Mead, a daughter of Pieter Mead, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Anthony Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1703. On 31 October 1727 he married as her first husband Ariaentje Jeralomon, a daughter of Jacobus Jans Jeralomon and Pietertje Claes, who was born on 18 January 1708/09. Prior to 1735 Ariantje married as her second husband Gerrit Wouterse.
3. Martin Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1705, and died about 1729/1730. He married as her first husband Jannetje Cadmus, a daughter of Thomas Thomaszen and Sara Van Deusen, who was born on 27 August 1702 "in the jurisdiction of Nuerck" according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. About 1730 she married as her second husband Pieter Mead.
4. Johannes Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1706 in Second River, Bergen County, New Jersey, and died there in 1785. On 21 December 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married Hillegont Van Giesen, a daughter of Isaac Van Giesen and Hillegond Claasze Kuyper, who was baptised on 21 November 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Cornelis Claes Kuyper and Annetie Cornelise).
5. Elizabeth Bruyn, married as her first husband Johannes Mandeville, and as her second husband Arien Cadmus.
6. Lea Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 18 June 1709, and died on 19 July 1799 in Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey, aged 90 years, 1 month, and 1 day. On 8 June 1729 she married Gilles Mondeville, a son of Hendrick Mandeville and Elisabeth Jans Harris, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 21 January 1708, and died on 8 August 1776 in Pompton Plains, aged 68 years, 6 months, and 18 days.

The will of Yelles Mandevel of Morris County, was dated on 28 July 1774 and proved on 4 October 1784. In it he bequeathed his wife Leah "1/3 of moveable estate, while my widow, and my sons John and Henry to support her;" son Henry to have the lot on which he lived, "except that small tract between William and Anthony, which Anthony is to have;" son William was to have the 20 acres on which he was living; son John was to have "my old place, but Abraham must have 25¼ acres of that lying between Pieter and Henry, and also the lands which my sons, Henry, Anthony, and William, have bought, each one to have 5¼ acres;" son John was to have the house "where I dwell;" his six sons were to have his timberland; daughter Lenah to have £30; daughter Elizabeth to have £30; daughter Margaret to have £30, after her mother's death; daughter Sitea was to have £30 after her granmother's death. Executors were sons William and Abraham, who were to also be trustees for his wife and children. Witnesses were Yelles Bertholf, Robert Clark, and Abraham Bertholf.

Lea Bruyn and Giles Mandeville have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick Mandeville - Rachel Spier
|.Sarah Mandeville - Johannis Doremus
| .Anche Doremus - Johannes Jacobus
|  .John I. Jacobus - Mary Aber
|   .Henry Oliver Jacobus - Harriet Amanda Aber
|    .John Ira Jacobus - Ida Wilmot Lines
|     .DONALD LINES JACOBUS (1887-1970) genealogist
|
.Anthony Mandeville - Willempje Van Houten
|.Lena Mandeville - Cornelis T. Doremus
| .Thomas C. Doremus - Sarah Platte Haines
|  .ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS (1824-1906) chemist - Estelle Emma Skidmore
|   .CHARLES AVERY DOREMUS (1851-1925) chemist
|
.Gilles Mandeville - Christina Houseman
 .Hendrick Mandeville - Sophia Brown
  .Hannah Mandeville - Nathaniel Casterline
   .Ella Casterline - Alfred Decker
    .Harriet Decker - Robert Ludlum
     .George Hartford Ludlum - Margaret Wadsworth
      .ROBERT LUDLUM (1927-2001) author

      
7. Cytie Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1711. About 1730 she married Hans Kierstede, a son of Hans Kierstede and Dina Van Schaick, who was baptised on 13 August 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jacobus Kierstede and Marretie Bayards).
Cytie Bruyn and Hans Kierstede have other descendants, such as:
.Dinah Kierstead - Henry Bush, Jr.
 .Richard Bush - Ann Stagg
  .Sarah Bush - Abraham Ryerson
   .Sarah Ryerson - William Anderson
    .ABRAHAM ARCHIBALD ANDERSON (1847-1940) artist
      
8. Aeltje Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1713. She married John Sipp, who had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born about 1710. Aeltje was mentioned in her father's will.
9. Styntje Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1715. With license dated 1 December 1741 she married Francois Wouterse. She was called "Sauke" in her father's will.

 
1708
Johannes Spier, was baptised on 5 October 1653 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Claes Van Elslant, de Oude, Mr. Gysbert, and Barber Gysberts), and died between 22 October 1722 and 18 September 1724, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 12 August 1679 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.

Johannes and his brother, Hans, received the patent for land on Staten Island for which their father had petitioned. Johannes was one of the fourteen men who shared the Acquackanonk patent granted in 16 March 1684/85. In 1714, he was appointed to the committee which partitioned the common lands of Acquackanonk. Johannes owned several lots of land in this area, now Passaic, New Jersey. One of these, he and his wife conveyed to their son, Hendrick, on 31 January 1708/09. Another, probably his homestead, was located just south of the Post farm at Passaic Bridge. This land was still in the family in 1771. The will of Johannes was written on 22 October 1722 and proved on 18 September 1724. In it he left his estate to his wife for her lifetime and stipulates its division after her death among their children, Hendrick, Frans, Jacob, Gertry, Magdelena, Janetea, Rachel, Mary, Garretea and Lea. [parents]

1709
Maritje Franse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1660 probably in Beest, Gelderland, The Netherlands, and died after 18 September 1724.

Maritje and her parents arrived in New Amsterdam aboard "De Beaver" on 29 July 1661. She joined the Reformed Dutch Church at Bergen on 3 October 1682, and survived her husband as she was executrix of his will. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Spier and Maritje Franse
1. Hendrick Spier, was born in Pemmerpogh and baptised on 13 June 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Kersten de Schemaker and Jilletje Jans). With banns published on 30 April 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Sara Dey, a daughter of Teunis Dey and Anneken Shouten, who was baptised on 10 June 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jochem Kierstede and Lysbeth Schouten).

At the time of their marriage, Hendrick was living in Acquackanonk, Essex County, New Jersey, and Sara was living in Pequanac, New Jersey. In addition to the farm at Wesel which he had purchased from his father on 31 January 1708, Hendrick also was allotted Lot #8 West in the Bogt subdivision of the Acquackanonk Patent, which consisted of the southern bank of the Passaic river, opposite an island. The island and river bed had been conveyed to Johannes Joralemon by deed from the East Jersey Proprietors. In 1714 and 1715 Hendrick Spier's right to vote in Bergen County was vouched for by George Reyerse. On 24 November 1737, the two men signed an agreement for the operation of a mill on that site. Later, Hendrick sold about six acres of that land to Joralemon. Hendrick apparently moved from Wesel to Pecquanac. His wife, Sara, had received, jointly with her sister Jannetje and brother Dirck, a farm there from their mother and stepfather, George Reyerse.

2. Frans Spier, married Dierckje Van Houten.
3. Geertruyt Spier, was baptised on 6 April 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Abraham Cornelis and Treyntje Pieters). On 18 March 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Arent Toers, a son of Lauren Arentszen Toers and Francyntie Thomas, who was baptised on 3 April 1675 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Claes Arentszen and Marritie Ariaens).
4. Maddeleen Spier, was baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Johannes Michielse Vreelant and Catreyna Hendrickse Spier, YW). On 28 October 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Thomas Toers, a son of Lauren Arentszen Toers and Francyntie Thomas, who was born on 4 April 1687 and baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Enoch Michielsen Vreelant and Jacomeyntje van Neste, wife of Claes Arentse Toers).
5. Jannetje Spier, was baptised on 2 April 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Adriaen Post and Catreyna Michielse). With Banns published on 1 January 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Roelof Van Houten, a son of Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten and Magdalena Van Giesen, who was born on 31 December 1679 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 26 January 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Helmet Roelofszen and Gerritie Cornelis).

Roelof was recorded as having been born in Bergen, Jannetje as having been born in Acquackanonk, and both now living in Acquackanonk at the time of their marriage. Roelof was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk in 1726. He was a miller, who at some point removed from Bergen to Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey.

Jannetje Spier and Roelof Van Houten have other descendants, such as:
.Johannis Van Houten - Mertyntje Bertholf
 .Janitye Van Houten - Albert Van Voorhees
  .John A. Van Voorhees - Christina Bogert
   .William Van Voorhis - Charity Fredericks
    .Margaret Ann Van Voorhis - Lyman J. Corbin
     .Leon E. Corbin - Frances Cox
      .VIRGINIA LAVERNE CORBIN (1910-1942) film actor

      
6. Rachel Spier, was baptised on 14 April 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Willem Merry). She married Enoch Vreeland, a son of Abraham Vreeland and Margrietie Van Winkle, who was born on 14 March 1701 and baptised on 2 April 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Enoch Vreelant and Grietje Hendrickx wife of Jacob Jacobsen van Winckel).
7. Maritie Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Hackensack, New Jersey, according to her marriage record. On 27 October 1716 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as his first wife Johannes G. Ryerson, a son of Joris Martensen Ryerson and Anneken Schouten, who was baptised on 8 August 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Samuel Berry and Helena Schouten). Both were living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage. Johannes married as his second wife Geertje Hessels.
8. Gerritje Spier, had no birth or baptismal record. On 8 July 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk she married Reynier Van Houten.

Could he be the Reynier Van Houten, son of Cornelis Roelofszn Van Houten and Magdalena Van Giesen, who married as his first wife Anne Stevens and and his second wife Leah D. Demarest? The marriage Banns list him as "y.m." (i.e young man or bachelor) for his marriage to Gerritje Spier, though this could be a mistake on the part of the person who recorded the Banns.

9. Lea Spier, had no birth or baptismal record. On 13 Dececember 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk she married Pieter Winne, a son of Martin Winne and Margreta Simonse Van Winkle, who was baptised on 7 May 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lowerens Van Hoek and Annetje Symons, h.v. van Symon Jacosz). In the marriage record, Peter was referred to as "j.m.; Nieuw Brittanje" and Lea was referred to as "j.d.; Secund River."
10. Jacob Spier, had no birth or baptismal record. On 18 October 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk he married Aagtje Van Houten, a daughter or Roelof Van Houten and Achtje Cornelise Vreeland, who was baptised on 18 October 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Cornelis Vreelant and his wife).

 

1710
Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten, was probably born in Amersfoort, Long Island, New Netherlands, baptised on 10 September 1651 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Joris Jacobszen and Tryntie Claes), and died prior to 20 April 1701. He married on 13 November 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. Banns for their marriage were published 14 October 1677 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. Cornelis was recorded as "y.m. from Amersfoort on Long Island;" Magdalena as "y.d. from New York." The received certificate dated 13 November 1677 to marry in New York.

Cornelis joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen on 25 June 1677. He was one of the Patentees of Acquackanonk on 16 March 1684. [parents]

1711
Magdalena Van Giesen, was baptised on 12 April 1659 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Hans Steyn "en syn huysvrouw"). She married as her first husband Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten. With Banns published on 20 April 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her second husband as as his second wife Sander Egberts, the widower of Elsie Pieters Staats and a son of Egbert Sanders and Harmentje Harmens, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1659.

In 1684 Sanders bought for 15 poounds, 27 acres of land & 2 acres of meadow from William Claus of Staten Island. A Staten Island Cattlemark was assigned to him in 1684. In 1697 Sanders & Elsie sold to George Hoaglean land "Bounded east by my honored father Peter Janse, west by land of Geret Cruse, north by river;" the deed refers to Peter Staats as "brother-in-law to Sander Egbert." Sanders was constable on Staten Island in 1703. He was listed on a deed of land with his first wife in 1692, moved to Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, sometime before census of 1701. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten and Magdalena Van Giesen
1. Gerritje Van Houten, was born on 10 August 1678 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 25 August 1678 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Reynier Van Gunst and Gerritie Roelofs), and died prior to 22 March 1701. With Banns published on 24 July 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as his first wife Tymen Valentyne. They were recorded in the banns with Tymen being from Albany and Gerritje being from Wihake. On 22 March 1701 Tymen married as his second wife Maritie Van Deusen.

At least one wesbite on the Internet states that Tymen's parents were Jan Valentyn and Catherine Tamamizer.

2. Roelof Van Houten, was born on 31 December 1679 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 26 January 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Helmet Roelofszen and Gerritie Cornelis). With Banns published on 1 January 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Jannetje Spier, a daughter of Johannes Spier and Maritje Franse, who was baptised on 2 April 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Adriaen Post and Catreyna Michielse).

Roelof was recorded as having been born in Bergen, Jannetje as having been born in Acquackanonk, and both now living in Acquackanonk at the time of their marriage. Roelof was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk in 1726. He was a miller, who at some point removed from Bergen to Pompton Plains, Morris County, New Jersey.

Roelof Van Houten and Jannetie Spier have other descendants, such as:
.Johannis Van Houten - Mertyntje Bertholf
 .Janitye Van Houten - Albert Van Voorhees
  .John A. Van Voorhees - Christina Bogert
   .William Van Voorhis - Charity Fredericks
    .Margaret Ann Van Voorhis - Lyman J. Corbin
     .Leon E. Corbin - Frances Cox
      .VIRGINIA LAVERNE CORBIN (1910-1942) film actor

      
3. Reynier Van Houten, was born on 9 December 1681 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 24 December 1681 as record at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Johannes and Anna Maria Van Giesen). He married as his first wife Anne Stevens. With banns published on 26 December 1718 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his second wife Lea Demarest, a daughter of David Demarest and Antie Slot, who was baptised on 26 November 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jan Pieterse Sloth and Lea DeMaree). At the time of their marriage he was recorded as living at York Island and she was recorded as having been born and then living in Hackensack.

Reynier is credited as having married as a third wife Gerritje Janse Spier, a daughter of Johannes Spier and Maritje Franse. The Reynier that Gerritje married was called "y.m." (i.e. bachelor) in the church records and was probably not the twice married Reynier.

4. Hendrick Van Houten, was born on 8 November 1683 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, baptised on 2 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Bastiensen van Giesen and Jannetje Pieters), and died prior to 6 February 1713/1714. On 15 October 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married as her first husband Magdalena Bruyn, a daughter of Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane and Seytje Spier, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1687 in Pemmerpogh, New Jersey. On 6 February 1713/1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her second husband Hessel Pieterse.
5. Dirckje Van Houten, married Frans Spier.
6. Johannes Van Houten, was born on 6 October 1687 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 30 October 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Johannis Janszen and Aeltje Schepmoes). On 1 November 1712 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Trintie Pieters, a daughter of Pieter Paulus and Tryntje Jans Jacobs, who was baptised on 4 October 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Poulus Pieterse and Tryntje Martens). They were both recorded as having been born and then living in Acquackanonk at the time of their marriage. In 1726 Johannes was a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk.
7. Cornelis Van Houten, was baptised on 22 April 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. Wit.: Abraham van Giesen, y.m. and Treyntje Claes.

 

1712
Cornelis Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 17 July 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. He and his wife were residing in Half Moon, New York, in 1720. [parents]
1713
Maria Gerritse Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1671. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Van Ness and Maria Gerritse Van den Bergh
1. Aaltje Van Ness, was baptised on 6 January 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Isak Overkerk and Aaltje Van Es), and died prior to 20 March 1721. On 21 November 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her first husband Wynand Cornelis Van den Bergh, a son of Cornelis Gysbertszen Van den Bergh and Cornelia Wynantse Van der Poel, who was baptised on 24 June 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Willem Gysbertsz and Maria Melchertsz) and died on 5 September 1758. He was living in Half Moon, New York, in 1720. On 20 March 1721 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany Wynand married as his second wife Anna Wendel, and on 25 Augsut 1750 he married as his third wife Catalyna Van Ness.
2. Gerrit Van Ness, married Sara Van den Bergh.
3. Maria Van Ness, was baptised on 10 March 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wouter Quakkenbos, Sr. and Maeyke Ouderkerk). On 26 January 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Johannes Van den Bergh, a son of Cornelis Claaszen Van den bergh and Susanna Ouderkerk, who was baptised on 1 March 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Willem Gysbertszen and Marritje Pieters).

 
1714
Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 14 February 1738. He married on 12 December 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.

Cornelis was living in Westchester County, New York, in 1699. [parents]

1715
Susanna Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record. She was buried on 12 August 1744, probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh and Susanna Ouderkerk
1. Claas Van den Bergh, was baptised on 1 July 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Ouwerkerk and Neeltje Claasz). On 16 January 1719 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Antje Hooghkerk, a daughter of Lucas Lucase Hooghkerk and Judik Marselis Van Bommel, who was baptised on 4 December 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Marcelis Jansz and Huybertje Marcelis), and buried 30 October 1762 in Albany, Albany County, New York.
2. Johannes Van den Bergh, was baptised on 1 March 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Willem Gysbertszen and Marritje Pieters). On 26 January 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Maria Van Ness, a daughter of Cornelis Van Ness and Maria Gerrits Van den Bergh, who was baptised on 10 March 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wouter Quakkenbos, Sr. and Maeyke Ouderkerk).
3. Ariaantje Van den Bergh, was baptised on 17 November 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Evert Byvank and Wyntje Stoutenburg, "s.h. vrouw"), and died August 1773. On 24 May 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Pieter Van Woert, a son of Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert and Anna Loockermans, who was baptised on 23 October 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Henderik Hansz and Catrina Catrina Renselaar), and died after March 1763.

Pieter's will was dated March 1763 and proved November 1766. In it he described himself as being of Rensselaerswyck and mentions Jacob and Lewis, sons of his brother Jacob Van Woert, and Cornelis C. Van den Bergh, son of his brother-in-law Claas Van den Bergh, and was witnessed by Theunis Van Woert. Ariaantje's will was dated August 1773, proved April 1776, and mentioned some children of all her brothers and sisters.

4. Antje Van de Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1700. On 3 January 1722 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Gerrit De Ridder, a son of Evert De Ridder and Anna Van Ness, who was baptised on 5 January 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Kiliaan Van Renselaar and Maria Schuyler).

Antje was still living in 1795 when she was mentioned in the will of her nephew Cornelis C. Van den Bergh.

5. Susanna Van den Bergh, was baptised on 18 January 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Antony Van Schayk, Sr., and Martyje Van Schayk), and died prior to 7 July 1733. On 23 November 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as his first wife Cornelis De Ridder, a son of Evert De Ridder and Anna Van Ness, who was baptised on 20 July 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Thomas Harmense and wife Mayke), and died possibly on 28 April 1744. He married on7 July 1733 as his second wife Gerritie Van Hoesen.
Susanna Van den Bergh and Cornelis De Ridder have other descendants, such as:
.Antje De Ridder - ABRAHAM YATES (1724-1796) Continental Congress delegate
 .Susannah Yates - Abraham Gerrit Lansing
  .GERRIT YATES LANSING (1783-1862) Congressman
      
6. Pieter Van den Bergh, was baptised on 25 April 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wouter Quakkenbosch and Neeltje Van den Berg). On 28 January 1730 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Maria Van den Bergh, a daughter of Gerrit Gerritse Van den Bergh and Egbertje Harmense Metselear, who was baptised on 1 January 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis Van den Bergh and Eckbertie Bratt).

At various times Pieter lived at Watervliet and Boght, New York. In his will, dated 14 August 1794, and recorded at Albany, he mentions all of his children with Cornelis to be cared for for life, and was witnessed by Maus C. and Cornelis Van den Bergh.

7. Sara Van den Bergh, married Gerrit Van Ness.
8. Cornelis Van den Bergh, was baptised on 23 April 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Johs. Roseboom and Gerretje Costers), and died after 1767 in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 1 June 1737 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Anneke Van Vranken, a daughter of Maas Ryckszen Van Vranken and Anneke Winne, who was baptised on 30 October 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jacob Teunissen and Maria Gerritsen), and died after 1767 in Albany.

 
1716
Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert, had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his first wife Catryn [or Maria] Classe, a daughter of Claas Groesbeck and Elizabeth (__), who had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 18 October 1691. He married on 18 October 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany as his second wife and as her second husband Anna Loockermans.

On 25 May 1681, a "certain lot lying without the north gate of Albany" was deeded by Gerrit Reyersen to Brant Myndertse, Jeronimus Wendell, Cornelis van Shelluyn, Symon Jacobse Schermerhorn, Johannes Mingaell, and Jacob Teunise, shoemakers. On 8 July 1681, a house and lot in Albany were granted to Johannes Thomasen Mingael and Jacob Teunissen by Jan Andriese Douw. The following day Johannes granted his half of the house to Jacob. [parents]
 
Children of Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert and Catryn (or Maria) Classe
1. Teunis Van Woert, had no birth or baptismal record. On 21 January 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York, he married Agnietie Van der Spiegel, a daughter of Laurens Van der Spiegel and Sara Webber, who was baptised on 27 March 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Henricus Selyns V.D.M., Isaac de Foreest, and Machtilda Specht).
2. Ruth Van Woert, had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his first wife Elizabeth (__). He married as his second wife M. Egbertse, who had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 9 July 1755 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.

Ruth's wife Elizabeth may possibly be the Elizabeth baptised on 4 January 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Steph. Croesbeek and Rebecca Croesbeek), a daughter of Willem Groesbeck and Geertruy Schuyler. This identification is uncertain - while a number of members of the Groesbeck family acted as sponsors for this couple's children, the amount of time between Elizabeth's birth and the birth of her first child is a little too short to be comfortably plausible.

3. Nicholas Van Woert, was baptised on 3 June 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Thomasz and Claas Rip Van Dam). On 15 December 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Dirkje Barheit, a daughter of Andries Barheit and Geertje Teunis de Metselaer, who was baptised on 13 October 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Lucas Jansz and Grietje Folkersz).
Nicolaas Van Woert and Dirktje Barheit have other descendants, such as:
.Rachel Van Woert - Jacob Wouter Vrooman
 .Adam Vrooman - Margaret de Peyster Mattice
  .Elizabeth Ann Vrooman - John Morden Field
   .Adam Field - Eleanor Robinson
    .John Quincy Field - Charlotte Berry
     .Fleet Folsom Field - Jane Elizabeth Fox
      .Richard Dryden Field - MARGARET MORLAN (1923-living) film and TV actor
       .SALLY MARGARET FIELD (1946-living) film actor
	- (1) Steven Craig
	- (2) ALAN GREISMAN (?-living) film producer
	.(by 1) ELIJAH M. CRAIG (1972-living) film actor
	  - SASHA WILLIAMS (?-living) film actor
  

 

1717
Anna Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record. She married as her first husband Adam Winne, a son of Pieter Winne and Tannetje Adams, who had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 18 October 1691. She married as her second husband Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert. [parents]
 
Children of Anna Loockermans and Adam Winne
1. Tanneke Winne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1682 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 7 December 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (with Banns published 1 November 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany and also (no date) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston) she married Matthys Peersen, a son of Jan Hendricks Peersen and Anna Janse Van Keuren, who had no birth or baptismal record. Matthys was recorded in the marriage record (at Kingston) as "j.m., born and residing in the County of Ulster." Tannake was recorded in the same record as "j.d., born and residing in Albanie."
Tanneke Winne and Matthys Peersen have other descendants, such as:
.Cornelius Peersen - Catharine Turk
 .Cornelius Peersen - Elizabeth Masten
  .Elizabeth Peersen - Cornelius Van Buren
   .JOHN C. VAN BUREN (1799-1855) Congressman
   .Isaac Van Buren - Agnes Ostrander
    .Matthew Van Buren  - Caroline G. Keator
     .MABEL VAN BUREN (1879-1947) film actor
      - (1) ERNEST JOY (1878-1924) film actor
      - (2) JAMES GORDON (1871-1941) film actor
      
2. Lidia Winne, was baptised on 31 August 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: father and Marten G. Van Berge). She married Jacob Mol, a son of Jan Janszen Mol and Engeltie Pieters, who was baptised on 30 January 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Hendrick Kermer, Lucas Tienhoven, and Tryntie Pieters).
3. Maria Winne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1685, probably in Colonie, Rensselaerswyck, New York. On 6 July 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch of Albany she married as her first husband Cornelis Willemszen Van den Bergh, a son of Willem Gysbertszen Van den Bergh and Catharine Wynantse Van der Poel, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1679 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. About 1710 she married as her second husband Jan Gerritsen, a son of Gerrit Ryerszen and Annatje Jans, who had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 12 November 1725 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.

Cornelis lived in Albany where he was a carman (deliveryman) and millwright (carpenter-mechanic). His will was dated 24 November 1706 and proved 18 April 1713. He died prior to 8 June 1707, when he was listed as deceased at the baptism of his child, Cornelis.

The will of Maria Winne

In den Naame Godts, Amen. Be it known to every body, that on the 19 day of September, 1745, I, Maria Gerrittse, widow of Jan Gerrittse, of Albany, "being old in age and considering the briefness of life, and desirous to set all things in order." My funeral charges are to be paid out of a bond which I have against Peter Fonda, of Albany. I leave to my eldest son, Adam Vanderbergh, £1 as eldest son. I leave to my daughter Anna, wife of Adam Yates, a certain piece of ground to the west of the path leading to the Patroons mill, being part of the land where I live and which I improve, Bounded south by the land of my said daughter Anna and my daughter Maria, and is 20 feet wide on the street and 10 feet in the rear, and to run west to the extent of my land; I also leave her my Bible and my best large kettle. I leave to my daughter Maria, wife of Wessell Van Schaick, a part of my land where I now live with the house and buildings, bounded north by the land of my son, Cornelius Vanderburgh, and is 40 feet wide on the street, and the same in the rear and 12 rods in length, Rynland measure; And she shall pay to my son Cornelius £25, and to my daughter, Anna Yates, £15; I also leave her my Great Looking glass. I leave to my son, Adam Van der Bergh, my land situate between the lot left to my daughter Anna and the lot left to my daughter Maria, bounded east by the street and to extend west as far as my land extends; Also my Great silver cup. I leave to my son, Cornelius Van der Bergh, and my daughter Maria, all the land in the rear of the lot I left to her, and back of the land of my son Cornelius and Abraham De Freest. I leave to my son Cornelius a silver spoon formerly belonging to Margaritie Ten Broeck. I leave to my daughters Anna and Maria, 3 silver spoons and a small silver cup; Also a bond due to me from Peter Fonda, and all my clothes. I leave to my sons, Adam and Cornelius Van der Bergh, all my bedding except 8 sheets, which my daughters are to have. I leave to my 2 sons and 2 daughters all my share of the estate of my mother, Anna Van Woert, and all the rest of my estate. I make my son Cornelius and my daughter Maria, executors. Witnesses, Thomas Sharpe, James Sharpe, John Schuyler. Proved, June 24, 1748.

Maria Winne and her second husband Jan Gerritsen have other descendants, such as:
.Maria Gerritsen - Wessel Van Schaick
 .Catrina Van Schaick - PETER GANSEVOORT (1749-1812) General
  .Leonard H. Gansevoort - Mary Ann Chandonette
  |.GUERT C. GANSEVOORT (1812-1868) Naval Officer
  |
  .Maria Gansevoort - Allan Melville
   .HERMAN MELVILLE (1819-1891) author
   .Catherine Gansevoort Melville - JOHN CHIPMAN HOADLEY (1818-1886) civil engineer
      
4. Rachel Winne, was baptised on 23 November 1686 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Killiaan Winne, by Lyntje Winne). She died young.
5. Anneke Winne, was baptised on 7 October 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wesel Ten Broeck, by Anna Van Renselaar). She married Maas Ryckse Van Vranken, a son of Ryckert Van Vranken and Hillegonda (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.
.(by 1) Anneke and Maas Ryckszen Van Vranken have other descendants, such as:
.Ryckert Van Vranken - Antje Traux
|.Annatje Van Vranken - Jacob Van Arnhem
||.Elisabeth Van Arnhem - Samuel Collamer
|| .JACOB COLLAMER (1791-1865) Congressman, Senator, Postmaster General
||
|.Hillegonda Van Vranken - Robert Winne
||.Johannes R. Winne - Elizabeth Dusenbury
|| .Moses J. Winne - Maria Lansing
||  .Maria Winne - RUSSELL SAGE (1816-1906) financier, Congressman
||
|.Margarita Van Vranken - Hendrick Waldron
| .Henry Waldron - Julia N. Newman
|  .HENRY WALDRON (1819-1880) Congressman
|
.Adam Van Vranken - Ariaantje Clute
|.Adam Van Vranken - Gertrude Van Vranken
| .Eleanor Van Vranken - Abraham Van Hoevenberg
|  .Adam Van Vranken Van Hoevenberg - Cynthia Melinda Cole
|   .HENRY VAN HOEVENBERG (1849-1918) inventor, Resort Developer
|
.Maas Van Vranken - Ariaantje Van Der Volgen
|.Maas Van Vranken - Sarah Marselis
||.Nicholas Van Vranken - Jennet Mc Clelland
|| .Anna Van Vranken - RICHARD HANSEN FRANCHOT (1816-1875) Congressman
||  .Stanislas Pascal Franchot - Annie Powers Eells
||  |.Gertrude Franchot - FRANK JEROME TONE (1868-1945) businessman
||  | .STANISLAS PASCAL FRANCHOT TONE (1905-1968) film actor
||  |  - (1) JOAN CRAWFORD (née LUCILLE FAY LESUEUR) (1904-1977) film actor
||  |  - (2) JEAN WALLACE (née JEAN WALASEK) (1923-1990) film actor
||  |  - (3) BARBARA PAYTON (née BARBARA LEE REDFIELD) (1927-1967) film actor
||  |  - (4) DOLORES DORN (née DOLORES HEFT) (1934-?) film actor
||  |
||  .NICHOLAS VAN VRANKEN FRANCHOT (1855-1943) oil producer
||
|.Nicolaas Van Vranken - Ruth Comstock
||.Harriet Van Vranken - John Scott Mabon
|| .William Augustus Van Vranken Mabon - Emma Deas
||  .JAMES BROWN MABON (1866-1941) financier, New York Stock Exchange President
||
|.Susanna Van Vranken - Jacobus Van Campen Romeyn
| .Anna Maria Romeyn - John Vreenenberg Varick
|  .Sara Susan Romeyn Varick - CORNELIUS VAN SANTVOORD (1816-?) clergyman
|  .THEODORE ROMEYN VARICK (1825-1884) physician
|
.Annatie Winne - Maus Van Vranken
 .Hillegonda Van Vranken - Simon Schermerhorn
  .Maus Schermerhorn - Catharine Swits
   .ISAAC MAUS SCHERMERHORN (1790-1849) Mayor, Brigadier-General
   .ABRAHAM MAUS SCHERMERHORN (1791-1855) Congressman

      
6. Rachel Winne, was baptised on 8 August 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Brandt Schuyler and Catharina Van Cortlant). On 13 August 1713 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Nicolaas Gardenier, a son of Hendrick Gardenier and Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1689.

Nicolaas owned land on Schodack Island and on the Mohawk River. His will, dated 1 June 1756, was recorded 11 April 1759, and in it he called himself "Niclaes Gardenier, of the Mohox River, Albany County, farmer," and named his wife Ragel, sons Hendrick, Adam, Andries, Jacob, Samuel, and daughters Neelty van Falkburgh, Anneke van Alstyn, Sara de Garmo, and Regel Quackenbous. He spoke of "land near ort Hunter on the south side of the Mohawk River adjoining John Schot Quackenous, do. on Schotack Island near Albany, as well as personal property. No executors were names, and the witnesses were Joseph Yates, Christopher Yates, both of Schenectady, and Peter Krurs [?].

7. Catelyntje Winne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1691. On 12 July 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Christopher Yates, a son of Joseph Yates and Hubertje Van Bommel, who was baptised on 16 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Karten, Christoffel Cheef, and Anneken Marselis), and died on 26 February 1754.
Catelyntje Winne and Christoffel Yates have other descendants, such as:
.Joseph Yates - Eva Fonda
|.Christopher Yates - Jannetje Bradt
||.JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER YATES (1768-1837) Mayor, Governor
|||
||.Henry C. Yates - Catherine Mynderse
|||.Edward Yates - Elizabeth Jane Miller
||||.Mary Yates - Septimus Henry Norris
|||| .Elizabeth Norris - Charles Platt II
||||  .Charles Platt III - Dorothy Falcon Sims
||||   .Elizabeth Norris Platt - Erastus Corning
||||    .ERASTUS CORNING II (1909-1983) Mayor
||||
|||.Charles Yates - Josephine Bosworth
||||.Stella Yates
|||| - BENJAMIN BREWSTER (1860-1941) P.E. Bishop of western Colorado,
||||   Bishop of Maine
||||
|||.Jane Anne Yates - Edward Satterlee
||| .HENRY YATES SATTERLEE (1843-1908) P.E. Bishop of the diocese of Washington
|||
||.JOHANNES BARENTSE YATES (1784-1836) Congressman
||
|.Catalyntje Yates - Cornelis Peek
| .Cornelis Peek - Neeltje Bancker
|  .Christoffel Peek - Hester Mabie
|   .Alonzo Paige Peeke - Deborah Parker Provost
|    .Eloise Stelle Peeke - Frank Solomon Cummings
|     .Jean Grinnell Cummings - George Harris Collingwood
|      .CHARLES CUMMINGS COLLINGWOOD (1917-1985) TV newscaster - LOUISE ALLBRITON (1920-1979) film and TV actor
|
.Huybertje Yates - Jacob Jacobs Lansing
|.Christopher Lansing - Sara Van Schaick
| .Huybertje Lansing - David Pruyn
|  .JOHN VAN SCHAICK LANSING PRUYN (1811-1877) Congressman - Harriet Corning Turner
|   .Huybertie Lansing Pruyn
|    - CHARLES SUMNER HAMLIN (1861-1938) Federal Reserve System head
|
.Johannes Yates - Rebecca Waldron
|.PETER WALDRON YATES (1747-1826) Continental Congress Delegate
|.Angeltje Yates - Cornelius Van Schaick
| .Maria Van Schaick - James J. Roosevelt
|  .Cornelius Van Schaick Roosevelt - Margaret Barnhill
|   .Silas Weir Roosevelt - Mary West
|   |.James West Roosevelt - Laura D'Oremieulx
|   | .NICHOLAS ROOSEVELT (1893-1982) Ambassador
|   |
|   .James Alfred Roosevelt - Elizabeth Norris Emlen
|   |.William Emlen Roosevelt - Christine Griffin Kean
|   | .George Emlen Roosevelt - Julia M. Addison
|   |  .JULIAN KEAN ROOSEVELT (1924-1986) Olympic gold medalist
|   |
|   .ROBERT BARNWELL ROOSEVELT (1829-1906) Congressman, Ambassador - (childbearing liaison) Minnie O'Shea Fortescue
|   |.GRANVILLE ROLAND FORTESCUE (1875-1952) Rough Rider, journalist, author - GRACE HUBBARD BELL (1883-1979) Massie Affair participant
|   | .THALIA FORTESCUE (1911-1963) Massie Affair participant
|   |
|   .Theodore Roosevelt - Martha Bulloch
|    .THEODORE ROOSEVELT (1858-1919) U.S. President
|    |- (1) Alice Hathaway Lee
|    |- (2) EDITH KERMIT CAROW (1861-1948) First Lady
|    |.(by 1) ALICE LEE ROOSEVELT (1884-1980) colorful personality
|    ||- (1) NICHOLAS LONGWORTH (1869-1931) Congressman (speaker of the house)
|    ||- (2) (liaison) WILLIAM EDGAR BORAH (1865-1940) Senator
|    ||.(by 2) Paulina Longworth
|    || - ALEXANDER MCCORMICK STURM (1923-1951) artist, author, businessman
|    ||
|    |.(by 2) THEODORE ROOSEVELT, Jr. (1887-1944) General - Eleanor Butler
|    ||.Quentin Roosevelt - Frances D. Webb
|    || .Susan Roosevelt - WILLIAM FLOYD WELD (1945-living) Governor
|    ||
|    |.(by 2) KERMIT ROOSEVELT (1889-1943) businessman - Belle Wyatt Willard
|    | .KERMIT ROOSEVELT Jr. (1916-2000) CIA agent
|    |
|    .Elliot Roosevelt - Anna Rebecca Hall
|    |.ANNA ELEANOR ROOSEVELT (1884-1962) First Lady
|    |- FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT (1882-1945) U.S. President
|    | .JAMES ROOSEVELT (1907-1991) Congressman
|    | | - BETSEY MARIA CUSHING (1908-1998) philanthropist
|    | .ELLIOT ROOSEVELT (1910-1990) author - FAYE EMERSON (1917-1983) film and TV actor
|    | .FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT, Jr. (1914-1988) Congressman
|    |
|    .Corinne Roosevelt - Douglas Robinson
|     .Corinne Douglas Robinson - Joseph Wright Alsop
|      .JOSEPH WRIGHT ALSOP (1910-1989) political columnist
|      .STEWART JOHONNOT OLIVER ALSOP (1914-1974) politcal columnist
|      .Corinne Roosevelt Alsop - Percy Chubb
|       .Corinne Roosevelt Robinson Chubb - WARREN ZIMMERMANN (1935-2004) Ambassador
|
.Marytje Yates - Jacob Bogart
|.Anneke Bogart - Jacob I. Van Aernam
| .Jacob Bogart Van Aernam - Hannah Wallace
|  .HENRY VAN AERNAM (1819-1894) Congressman
|
.ABRAHAM YATES (1724-1796) Continental Congress delegate - Antje De Ridder
|.Susannah Yates - Abraham Gerrit Lansing
| .GERRIT YATES LANSING (1783-1862) Congressman
|
.Pieter Yates - Sara Van Alstyne
 .Christophel Yates - Mary Frey
  .Catherine Yates - JOHN FREEMAN SCHERMERHORN (1786-1851) Indian Commissioner

  

 
 
Children of Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert and Anna Loockermans
1. Pieter Van Woert, was baptised on 23 October 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Henderik Hansz and Catrina Catrina Renselaar), and died after March 1763. On 24 May 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Ariaantje Van den Bergh, a daughter of Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh and Susanna Ouderkerk, who was baptised on 17 November 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Evert Byvank and Wyntje Stoutenburg, "s.h. vrouw"), and died after August 1773.

Pieter's will was dated March 1763 and proved November 1766. In it he described himself as being of Rensselaerswyck and mentions Jacob and Lewis, sons of his brother Jacob Van Woert, and Cornelis C. Van den Bergh, son of his brother-in-law Claas Van den Bergh, and was witnessed by Theunis Van Woert. Ariaantje's will was dated August 1773, proved April 1776, and mentioned some children of all her brothers and sisters.

2. Sara Van Woert, was baptised on 31 December 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Hendrik Rensselaer and Marritje Lookerman). She died young.
3. Jeremias Van Woert, was baptised on 16 June 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Gerrit Van Esch and Hilletje Lookerman). He died young.
4. Jeremie Van Woertwas baptised on 17 May 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Kiliaan Van Renselaer and Marritje Van Es). He died young.
5. Sara Van Woert, was baptised on 1 August 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Fonda and Debora Van Dam). With Banns published on 22 August 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, she married Andries Gardenier, a son of Hendrick Jacobszen Gardenier and Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1685.

Andries was listed as a Dutchess county householder in 1714, in the Lower Livingston Manor. He was listed as a member of the manor militia in 1715. In his will dated 2 May 1760 and proved 20 November 1787, he mentioned his daughter, Neeltje, wife of Johannes Marcelis. Sara was not mentioned in is his will and is assumed to have predeceased him.

6. Jacob Van Woert, married Hendrickje Oothout.
7. Margriet Van Woert, was baptised on 21 July 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Jansz Bleyker and Grietje Bleyker). With Banns published on 30 May 1718 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her first husband Hendrick Gardenier, a son of Hendrick Jacobszen Gardenier and Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh, who was baptised on 11 March 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Willem Gysbertsz, Cornelis Claasz Van den Berch, and Susanna Ouwerkerk), and died prior to 8 January 1738. On 8 January 1738 she married as her second husband Samuel (Wheeler or Weiler), a son of Edward (Wheeler or Weiler) and Josyna Gardenier, who was baptised on 12 December 1713 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Obedias Couper and Cornelis Couper).
Margriet Van Woert and her first husband Hendrick Gardenier and her second husband Samuel Weiler
have other descendants, such as:
.(by 1) Jacob H. Gardenier - Jannetje Huyck
|.Magdalena Gardenier - John Shibley
||.Peter Henry Shibley - Charlotte Day
||.SCHUYLER SHIBLEY (1820-1890) Canadian House of Commons member
||
|.Margarieta Gardenier - Peter Dingman
| .Jacob Dingman - Ph(o)ebe Tripp
|  .Solomon Howard Dingman - Clemencia Crochetiere
|   .Emma C. Dingman - James Earl Barr
|    .BYRON ELSWORTH BARR (aka GIG YOUNG) (1913-1978) film actor
|     - ELIZABETH VICTORIA MONTGOMERY (1933-1995) film and TV actor
|
.(by 2) Hiltje Weiler - William Fitch
 .Assentah (or Sina) Fitch - Lemuel Chipman
  .Sina Fitch Chipman - Cyrus Wells, Jr.
  |.Amelia Wells - Henry Harrison Bingham
  ||.Florence Amelia Bingham - Edward Alleyne Sumner
  || .Anna Chickering Sumner - Louis Antoine d'Aubigny d'Engelbronner
  ||  .Dorothy Alleyne d'Aubugny d'Engelbronner - Harry Freeman Jackson
  ||   .Virginia Alleyne Freeman Jackson
  ||    - Charles Henry Leicester Stanhope, Viscount Petersham
  ||    .SERENA ALLEYNE STANHOPE, Viscountess Linley (1970-living)
  ||     - DAVID ARMSTRONG-JONES, Viscount Linley (1961-living)
  ||       12th in line to the British throne
  ||
  |.Mary Mehitable Wells - John S. Butterfield
  | .John Locke Butterfield - Maria Ryder Griffen
  |  .Catherine Butterfield - William Sloane Coffin
  |   .WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN (1924-living) activist
  |
  .Alethia Wheeler Chipman - Ephrain Warren Cheney
   .CHARLES EDWARD CHENEY (1836-1873) Missionary P.E. Bishop

      
8. Heyltje Van Woert, was baptised on 2 November 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Aryen Oothout and Lammertje Lokermans). On 31 October 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Johan Lodewyck Schreyder.
9. Catharina Van Woert, was baptised on 24 December 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis Teeuwise Muller and Hilletje Muller). On 13 February 1728 she married as his first wife Hugo Viele, a son of Lewis Viele and Maria Freer, who was baptised on 25 February 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Schenectady (wit.: Marten Dellemont and Lysbet Viele). On 17 September 1752 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, Hugert married as his second wife Elisabeth Van Vechten.
Catharina Van Woert and Hugo Viele have other descendants, such as:
 .Maria Viele - Johannes Nicholas Groesbeck
 |.Harmen J. Groesbeck - Margarita Kip
 | .Johannes Herman Groesbeck - Maria Slocum
 |  .Olivia A. Groesbeck - JOSEPH HOOKER (1814-1879) Major-General
 |
 .Anneke Viele - Frans K. Winne
  .Killian Winne - Mary Jane Perry
   .Francis K. Winne - Dorcas Tefft
    .Emma Winne - John B. Winne
     .DEWITT C. WINNE (1845-1876) Battle of the Little Big Horn victim
  

 
1718
Jan Janszen Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 5 February 1745 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. He married on 5 May 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. [parents]
1719
Aeltie Evertse, as baptised on 29 June 1663 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: None), and was buried on 12 December 1739 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. She married probably shortly before 1685 and probably in Albany, Albany Cunty, New York, as her first husband Gerrit Lubbertszen, a son of Lubbert Gerritszen and Grietje (__), who was baptised on 25 April 1655 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Albert Leendertszen, Dirck de Noorman, and Ariantie), and died prior to 5 May 1689. She married as her second husband Jan Janszen Oothout. [parents]
 
Children of Aeltie Evertse and Gerrit Lubbertszen
1. Grietje Gerritse, was baptised on 4 January 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: [carried by] Rebecca), and died young.
2. Grietje Gerritse, was baptised on 15 August 1686 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: [carried by] Rebecca Hieronimus).
3. Rebecca Gerritse, was baptised on 4 March 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: father, Douwe Jelisz, and Jannetje Martensz).

 
 
Children of Jan Janszen Oothout and Aeltie Evertse
1. (Tietje or Fytie) Oothout, was baptised on 17 April 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Gerrit Van Esch and Jannetje Van Es). On 23 May 1713 (after the publication of three Banns) as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Meyndert Marselis, a son of Gerrit Marselis and Breetje Hanse, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born probably between 1687 and 1690 in Schenectady, Albany County, New York.

Meyndert's parents and a sibling were killed in the Schenctady Massacre of 9 February 1690. As of 1709 he was still living in Schenectady.

(Tietje or Feytje) Oothout and Myndert Marselis have other descendants, such as:
.Alida Marselis - Volkert Van Hoesen
|.Keziah Van Hoesen - Johannes Van Benthuysen
| .Jacobs Van Benthuysen - Mary Simonds
|  .Keziah Keturah Van Benthuysen - John Potter Rollins
|   .Mary Elizabeth Rollins - JOSEPH SMITH (1805-1844) Mormonism founder
|
.Barbara Marselis - Abraham Dox
 .Pieter Dox - Catalyntie Lansing
  .Abraham Dox - Ann Cary Nicholas
   .PETER MYNDERT DOX (1813-1891) Congressman

      
2. Rebecca Oothout, was baptised on 17 November 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Jansz and Alida Fondaas). On 19 November 1718 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (and with license dated 19 November 1718) she married Barent Barheit, a son of Andries Hanse Barheit and Geertie Teunis de Metselaer, who was baptised on 15 October 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wouter Quakelbosch and Johanna Pietersz).
3. Jan Oothout, was baptised on 7 January 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Evert Ridder and Antje Ridder). With Banns published on 23 June 1729 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married maritie Wendell, a son of Abraham Wendell and Mayeke Van Ness, who was baptised on 23 October 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Johannes and Maria Mingaal).
4. Hendrickje Oothout, married Jacob Van Woert.

 
1720
John Fransoy, had no birth or baptismal record.
1721
Geeshee (__), had no birth or baptismal record.

Please see the entry for 1696 and 1697 for this couples' children.

1722
Michael Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record. He died after 1700. Banns for their marriage were published 15 February as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. The entry in the church record includes the phrase: "Getrouwt met vertoog na Breuckelen" (with remonstrance after Breuckelen).
1723
Sara Joosten, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1677. She died after 1740.

Please see the entry for 1698 and 1699 for this couples' children.

1724
Cornelis Doremus, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in France. He died between 28 January 1714/15 and 8 February 1714/15, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 12 May 1675 in Arnemuyden, The Netherlands.
1725
Jannetje Joris Van Elslant, had no birth or baptismal record.

Please see the entry for 1700 and 1701 for this couples' children.

1726
Abraham Davidszen Ackerman, was born on 3 May 1659 in Berlicum, North Brabant, The Netherlands. He died after 1723 and was buried in the Dutch Church on the Green, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He married on 28 May 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn.
1727
Aeltje Van Laer, was born on 14 April 1666 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, and baptised on 25 April 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Maddeleen Dircks). She died after 1723.

Please see the entry for 1702 and 1703 for this couples' children.

1728
Jesayes Drake, was born on 2 August 1640 in Amsterdam, Noord Holland, The Netherlands, and died in 1701 in Newtown, Long Island, New York. He married on 30 April 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Banns for their marriage with published 15 April 1682 at the Reformed Dutch Church at New York. Jesayes was recorded as "j.m. Van Amsterdam" and Aaltje as "j.d. Van de Gauwanes."

Jesayes emigated from Amsterdam in 1661 and settled first in New Amsterdam and later moved to Brooklyn where he took the Oath of Allegiance in 1687. He was on the assessment rolls of 1683. In 1692 he resided in Newton. He joined the Reformed Dutch Church in New York on 28 May 1679.

1729
Aeltje Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record. She died on 5 April 1733. [parents]
 
Children of Jesayes Drake and Aeltje Brouwer
1. Josias Drake, was baptised on 28 May 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush (wit.: Willem Brouwer and Elisabeth Brouwer), and died on 15 November 1748 in East Hadden, Hartford County, Connecticut. On 13 September 1716 in Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, he married as his first wife and as her second husband Elizabeth Martin, the widow of Joseph Bourne and a daughter of John Martin and Elizabeth Howe, who was born on 24 September 1689 in Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut, and died there on 3 March 1724/1725. He married as his second wife Martha Holland, who had no birt hor baptismal record and was born about 1686 in Flatlands, Kings County, New York. She was still living in 1750 in East Haddam when as the widow of Joseph Driggs she released right of dower in land sold this day (2 March) by Daniel Driggs to Moses Huntley.

Joseph signed his name as Joseph Da Ret on the Cornbury Petition, 1702. He and his descendants adopted the surname Driggs.

Joseph Driggs and Elizabeth Martin have other descendants, such as:
.Joseph Driggs - Rachel Johnson
|.Joseph Driggs - Chloe Beach
| .Elias Driggs - Abigail Coe
|  .William Driggs - Mary Jane Quick
|   .Hiram Driggs - Louisa Woodruff
|    .Herbert Driggs - Minnie Handlog
|     .Katherine Iona Driggs - Carl Priddy
|      .NANCY PRIDDY (?-living) film and TV actor - Robert Applegate
|       .CHRISTINA APPLEGATE (1971-living) TV and film actor
|        - JOHNATHON SCHAECH (1969-living) film actor
|
.Daniel Driggs - Elizabeth Strickland
 .Daniel Dow Driggs - Ruth Graves
 |.Urial Driggs - Hannah Ford
 | .Shadrach Ford Driggs - Eliza Elizabeth White
 | |.Benjamin Woodbury Driggs , Sr. - Olivia Thankful Pratt
 | | .William King Driggs - Pearl Caroline Mortensen
 | |  .LOUISE DRIGGS (1913-1997) singer
 | |  |- ALVINO REY (né ALVIN HENRY MCBURNEY) (1908-2004) musician
 | |  |.Liza Luise Rey - Edwin Farnham Butler II
 | |  | .EDWIN FARNHAM BUTLER III (1980-living) singer, songwriter
 | |  | |-RÉGINE CHASSAGNE (1977-living) musician, singer
 | |  | .WILLIAM PIERCE BUTLER (1982-living) musician
 | |  |
 | |  .ALYCE GOLDA DRIGGS (1915-1996) singer
 | |  |- (1) Sydney de Azevedo
 | |  |- (2) ROBERT IRBY CLARKE (1920-2005) film actor
 | |  |.(by 1) ALEXIS KING DE AZEVEDO (1943-living) composer
 | |  |.(by 2) CAMERON A. CLARKE (1957-living) voice over actor
 | |  |
 | |  .DONNA OLIVIA DRIGGS (1918-living) singer
 | |  |- JAMES BREWSTER CONKLING (1915-1998) recording industry executive
 | |  |
 | |  .CORNELIA YVONNE DRIGGS (1920-living) singer
 | |   - BUDDY COLE (né EDWIN LAMAR COLE) (1916-1964) musician
 | |   .TINA COLE (1945-living) TV actor
 | |   .Cathy Cole - JIM GREEN (?-?) TV producer
 | |
 | .Samuel Driggs - Elizabeth Ann Taylor
 |  .Amasa Driggs - Catherine Forbes
 |   .Samuel Driggs - Lottie Irene Clink
 |    .Percy Ralph Driggs - Margaret Flora Barrett
 |     .Living Driggs - Living Arrieta
 |      .DEBORAH DRIGGS (1963-?) Playboy Playmate
 |       - MITCHELL JAY GAYLORD (1961-living) Olympic gold medalist
 |
 .Bartholomew Driggs - Elizabeth Spencer
 |.Elliot Driggs - Sarah Smith
 ||.Edmund Smith Driggs - Adelia Ann Marshall
 |||.Edmund Driggs - Amelia Ann Hope
 ||| .EDMUND HOPE DRIGGS (1865-1946) Congressman
 |||
 ||.JOHN FLETCHER DRIGGS (1813-1877) Congressman - Anna Marie Hawley
 || .Leroy Channing Driggs -  Mary la Tourette
 ||  .LAURENCE LA TOURETTE DRIGGS (1876-?) writer and aviation specialist
 ||
 |.Spencer Driggs - Sarah Turner
 | .William Spencer Driggs - Elizabeth E. Hale
 | |.WILLIAM HALL DRIGGS (1847-1908) Naval officer, inventor
 | |
 | .Louis Labadie Driggs - Roberta Whiting
 |  .ELSIE BELKNAP DRIGGS (1898-1992) artist - LEE GATCH (1902-1968) artist
 |
 .Mary Driggs - Marshall Merriam
  .Sylvester Merriam - Cynthia Burr Johnson
   .Eurotus Driggs Merriam - Laura Ann Bartholomew
    .Katheyn Mae Merriam - Daniel Hebard Case
     .Adrial Hebard Case - Elizabeth McConnell
      .Daniel Case - Carol (__)
      |.STEVEN MCDONNELL CASE (1958-living) founder of American Online
      |
      .James Case - Suzanne Espenett
       .EDWARD ESPENETT CASE (1952-living) Congressman

      
2. Sara Drake, was baptised on 26 June 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Michiel Hansz and Sara Stryker).
3. Jan Drake, was baptised on 11 December 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Adam Brouwer, Junr., and Antie Brouwer). About 1718 he married Martha Oldfield, a daughter of Joseph Oldfield and Martha Grasset, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1698 possibly in Jamaica, Queens County, New York.

Last Will and Testament of John Drake, of Goshen, Orange Co, NY:

"In the name of God, Amen. I, John Drake, of Goshen, in Orange County, yeoman, being old and infirm. My executors are to pay all debts as soon as possilbe. I leave to my wife, Martha one good riding horse or mare, side saddle, and bridle, two good cows, and all my sheep and hogs, and all provisions and grain, and a bed, bedstead, and bedding complete. I leave to my wife the farm or plantation where I live, with all improvements, during her widowhood, and after her death or marriage, to my son, Benjamin. I leave to my son Benjamin my fishing place, with the right and privilege of fishing in the river Delaware near Minisink. I leave to my sons, Joseph, Benjamin, Samuel, William, and Zephaniah, and the heirs of my son John, all my lands, meadows, and mills in Kings County and Queens County, on Long Island, which descended to me on the death of my grandfather, Adam Brewer. I leave to my daughters, Martha Jackson, Mary Holly, and Esther Knap, five shillings, to be paid in a year. I leave to my granddaughter, Martha Holly, daughter of Joseph Holly, one good cow. I leave all the rest to my wife and son Benjamin and my granddaughters, Martha Holly and Mary Holly, daughters of Joseph Holly. I make my friend, Captain Covil Bradner, and my son Joseph, executors."

Dated 6 February 1779. Witnesses: Daniel Vail, Weaver; Isaac Smith; William Thompson.

Proved: 28 February 28, 1780, Orange Co, NY

Jan Drake and Martha Oldfield have other descendants, such as:
.Joseph Drake - Amy Carman
|.Ruth Drake - John Sloat
| .JOHN DRAKE SLOAT (1781-1867) naval officer
|
.John Drake - Sarah Perry
|.Hannah Drake - Nathaniel Whitaker
| .Sarah Whitaker - Garret Voorhees
|  .Nathaniel Voorhees - Naomi Leigh
|   .FOSTER MCGOWAN VOORHEES (1856-1927) Governor
|
.Samuel Drake - Sarah Handy
|.Hannah Drake - Richard Brodhead
| .RICHARD BRODHEAD (1811-1863) Senator - Mary Jane Bradford
|  .JEFFERSON DAVIS BRODHEAD (1859-1920) Congressman
|
.Zephaniah Drake - Ann (__)
 .Jane Drake - Isaiah Adams
  .Susan Adams - Jesse Van Aken
   .Barrett H. Van Aken - Catherine M. Garrison
    .Cornelia Garrison Van Auken - Lindley Hoffman Chapin
     .KATHERINE GARRISON CHAPIN (1890-1977) poet
     |- FRANCIS BEVERLEY BIDDLE (1886-1968) U.S. Attorneys General
     |
     .CORNELIA VAN AUKEN CHAPIN (1893-1972) sculptor

      
4. Cathryn Drake, was baptised on 20 February 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Willem Nagel and Maryken Brouwer). In 1722 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, she possibly married Robert Bossie.
5. Cornelis Drake, married Mareytje Laurens Toers.
6. Betty Drake, was baptised on 15 January 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Willem Hiltin and Johana Kaer). On 4 February 1725 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married Reyer Michielsze Reyers, a son of Reyer Michielszen and Jacomyntje Tibout, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1700 from the Manor in Fordhan, New York.
7. Casparis Drake, was baptised on 30 March 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Niclaas Brouwer and Sara Neyt).

 
1730
Laurens Arentszen Toers, had no birth or baptismal record. He died after 24 May 1707, on which date his will was written. He married on 15 August 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. Banns for their marriage was published 28 July 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.

Banns for their marriage was published 28 July 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. Laurens emigrated to this country with his parents prior to 1655. In 1665 he took the Oath of Allegiance to the English. He joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen on 27 March 1674 and Francyntje later joined on 25 June 1677. On 8 July 1688 he was dismissed to the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk where he was an Elder there from 25 May 1704 until 2 May 1706. On 24 August 1695 William Nicholls and his wife Ann conveyed land to Lawrence which he later gave to his children in his will dated 24 May 1707. [parents]

1731
Francyntie Thomase, was baptised on 4 April 1665 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Coenraedt ten Eyck) [parents]
 
Children of Laurens Arentszen Toers and Francyntie Thomase
1. Annetie Toers, was baptised on 8 November 1673 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Claes Arentszen and Marritie Ariaens), and was buried on 19 December 1673 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
2. Arent Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 3 April 1675 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Claes Arentszen and Marritie Ariaens). On 18 March 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Geertruy Janszen Spier, a daughter of Johannes Spier and Maritje Franse, who was baptised on 6 April 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Abraham Cornelis and Treyntje Pieters).
3. Thomas Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 12 March 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Adriaen Thomaszen and Aeltie Duycking), and was buried on 1 October 1686 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
4. Claes Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 1 March 1679 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jan Arentszen and Sytie Duycking).
5. Maria Toers, was baptised on 19 April 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Cornelis Thomaszen and Catharina Thomas), and was buried "twelfth with pall" on 28 June 1682 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
6. Annetie Toers, was baptised on 16 February 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Cornelis Thomaszen and Cathryntie Thomas). On 17 September 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Jacob Vreeland, a son of Elias Michielse Vreeland and Grietje Jacobs Van Winkle, who was born on 9 August 1678 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 21 August 1678 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Pieter Jacobszen and Marius Marritie Beeck).
Annetie Laurens Toers and Jacob Vreeland have other descendants, such as:
.Elias Vreeland - (__) (possibly Christina Thiese ?)
 .Jacob Elias Vreeland - Antje Post
  .Elias Jacob Vreeland - Maragrietje Post
   .Adrian Elias Vreeland - Anna (Haring or Herring)
    .Abraham H. Vreeland - Jane W. Van Riper
     .Herbert H. Vreeland - Caroline A. Reed
      .Thomas Reed Vreeland - DIANA DALZIEL (1906-1989) fashion designer

      
7. Johannes Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 6 April 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Enoch Magielse Vreelant and Jacomeyntje van Neste), and was buried 10 October 1686 in Bergen, Bergen County. New Jersey.
8. Thomas Laurenszen Toers, was born on 4 April 1687 and baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Enoch Michielsen Vreelant and Jacomeyntje van Neste, wife of Claes Arentse Toers). On 28 October 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Maddeleen Spier, a daughter of Johannes Spier and Maritje Franse, who was baptised on 11 April 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Johannes Michielse Vreelant and Catreyna Hendrickse Spier, YW).
9. Mareytje Toers, married Cornelis Drake.
10. Johannes Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 1 November 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Fredrick Thomaszen and Ariaentie Bayard).
11. Ariaen Laurenszen Toers, was baptised on 29 May 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Johannes Tomansse, YM, and Jannetje Tomas, YW). On 13 May 1721 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as her first husband Annatie Immet, who had no birth or baptismal record and was recorded as being from the Highlands. On 15 December 1746 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk Annatie married as her second husband Harmanus Steynmets.
12. (__) Toers, a son, was born on 20 September 1696 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and according to records for the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen was buried unbaptised in Bergen on 2 October 1696.
13. Cornelis Laurenszen Toers, had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 26 December 1733. With Banns published on 8 December 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as her first husband Sara Ackerman, a daughter of Abraham Davidszen Ackerman and Aeltje Van Lear, who was baptised on 21 January 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: David Ackerman and Catryn Ackerman). On 26 December 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (with Banns recorded there on 8 December 1733) she married as her second husband and as his second wife Hendrick Sickles.

Cornelis was recorded as having been born and then living in Bergen, and Sara as having been born and then living in Hackensack at the time of their marriage.


 
1736
Jeremiah Genung, was born in 1671 in Flushing, Queens County, New York, baptised on 9 April 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Geertie Jans), and died on 20 June 1748 in North Castle, Westchester County, New York. He married about 1690. [parents]

In 1698 he was living in Flushing, Queens County, New York with wife Martha and one child, with his name spelled "Genning." During the famine of 1711 he was living in Flushing, Queens County, New York. At the death of his father in 1714, he and his brother John shared their father's farm. He moved to Westchester County, New York between 19 August 1722 and 30 November 1724. He was living in North Castle, Westchester County, New York when he made his will, and probably died there.

His will was made on 8 September 1746, and reads, "In the name of God, Amen, the 8 of September 1746, I Jeremiah Gonnong of North Castle in Westchester County, being very sick, I leave to my wife Martha all estate of every kind and make her executor."

Witnesses were John Gonnong, Gilbert Arnold, William Firth, and the will was proved on 20 June 1748-9.

1737
Martha Denman, was born about 1671 in Flushing, Queens County, New York. She died after 30 June 1748. [parents]
 
Children of Jeremiah Genung and Martha Denman
1. Thomas Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born with his twin Rebecca in Flushing, Queens County, New York. He married (__).

Thomas died probably in Whippany, Essex County, New Jersey, prior to 12 February 1725, on which date Letters of Administration were granted to John Blanchard of Elizabethtown, his principal creditor. He was mentioned again in a deed from Henry Axtell to Joseph Genung of land in Morris County, New Jersey, called here father of Joseph.

2. Rebecca Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born with her twin Thomas in Flushing, Queens County, New York, and died prior to 1760. She married Jonathan Haight, a son of Samuel Haight (or Hoyt) and Sara (Noble?), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born between 1670 and 1694 probably in Eastchester, Westchester County, New York.

Rebecca lived in Rye, Westchester County, New York. Jonathan was High Sheriff of Westchester County, New York in 1714; Episcopal vestryman 1711-1738; Collector for Rye 1716 and 1718; Surveyor of king's roads 1716; Justice of the Peace at Rye 1720-1722; Surveyor for Rye 1725; and first one of a committee for repairs of Episcopal Church 1725. In his father's will dated 21 July 1712, he was bequeathed "one-half of that lot of land that lyeth within the township of Rye in Westchester County, it being the lot in No. 1, in the Purchase called Harrison's Purchase, provided he pay to Mary Tillman a debt of £27 which I stand bound for," in addition to "400 acres of land that I have bargained for with John Harrison of East Jersey in exchange for my land in Amboy [which] shall be divided among my four sons, Nicholas, Jonathan, David and John." In 1729 he granted land to the 1st Presbyterian Society at Rye; gave deeds in 1718, 1720, and 1724; witnessed three deeds of David Haight in 1746; and was on Episcopal Church records as late as 1752.

3. Ichabod Genung, had no birth or baptismal record. He married (__). The first record of Ichabod was on 15 October 1755 when at the settlement of the estate of Reuben Winget of Morris County, New Jersey, there was due from brothers Genung of Hanover, New Jersey, Jeremy and Ichabot, 7s. 6d.
4. Jeremiah Genung, married as his first wife Deziah (__), and as his second wife Elizabeth (__).
5. Edward Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Flushing, Queens County, New York. He married (__). Edward was living at Lake Mahopac, Putnam County, New York, in 1747, 1752, and 1762. He was one of the signers of a call for a pastor for the Western Congregational Society of Carmel, Putnam County, New York, in 1755. He was mentioned in the will of his uncle John Genung in 1767/68.

Edward Genung and (__) have other descendants, such as:
.John Genung - (__)
 .Martha Genung - Elijah Townsend
  .Rachel Townsend - David Cole
   .CORNELIUS COLE (1822-1924) Senator - Olive Colegrove
    .GEORGE TOWNSEND COLE (1874-1937) artist

      
6. Joseph Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Flushing, Queens County, New York. He married (__). Joseph probably lived in Westchester, County, New York, and died prior to 1767/68.
7. John Genung, had no birth or baptismal record. He moved to New Jersey.
8. Isaac Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Flushing, Queens County, New York. He married (__). Isaac was chain bearer in 1762 at the survey of the Philipse Patent. He is likely the Isaac Gonong whose property was confiscated by New York State in 1780 and 1781 for opposing the Revolution.
9. Hannah Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Flushing, Queens County, New York. About 1726 she married Anthony Miller, a son of Anthony Miller and Mary (__), who had no birth or baptismal record. Hannah lived in Westchester County, New York.

On 19 December 1764 Anthony was one of the charterers of Grace Church, Rye, Westchester County, New York. Anthony died probably prior to 1776 in Westchester County, New York, and Hannah left her children to the care of their aunt, Martha Miller.

11. Martha Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1711 in Flushing, Queens County, New York, and died probably unmarried and probably prior to 1767/68. He was mentioned in the will of his uncle John Genung.
11. Gilbert Genung, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Flushing, Queens County, New York, and died probably unmarried and probably prior to 1767/68. He was mentioned in the will of his uncle John Genung.

 
1760
Pieter Brouwer, was baptised on 23 September 1646 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Mr. Paulus Ver Beeck, Williem Bredenbend, Aeltje Bracoyne, and Mary du Trieux). He died after 10 October 1700, possibly in New Jersey. He married about 1671. [parents]

On 1 September 1679, Peter Brouwer was "bound over to answer at the Gravesend sessions for an assault on Gerrit Croesen." As Gerrit died shortly thereafter, the question seems open as to whether or not his death was the result of the assault.

Pieter and Petronella were members of the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush, on 30 March 1682 living at Gowanus. Pieter is listed as Pieter Adamsz, and is recorded with his father, Adam Brouwer. Pieter took the Oath of Allegiance in September 1687 at Brooklyn, Kings County. New York, as "Pieter brouwer, native." He was among the soldiers from King's County sent in 1690 to Albany. He was named in his father's will dated 22 January 1691. He is given three shillings and, for "his disobedience" is cut off from an equal share of his father's property, with his share to pass on to his children.

On 10 October 1700, Peter Brower of East New Jersey deeds Abram and Nicholas Brower of Brooklyn, "Whereas there is a corn mill in Brooklyn called Gowanus Mill bounded by land of Jacob Hanson, Hendrick Vechte, Volkert Briez, formerly in the tenure of Adam Brower, deceased, true owner as by a conveyance from Tunis Nyssen, deceased, and heirs of John Evertse Bout, deceased, etc." The indenture states that Peter Brower is the eldest son of Adam Brower, deceased. Signs by his mark. Witnessed by William Laurence, Anthony Karr, both sign by mark. Acknowledged 21 October 1700 before Colonel Gerardus Beeckman, Justice of the Peace.

1761
Petronella Uldricks Kleyn, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Pieter Brouwer and Petronella Uldricks Kleyn
1. Uldrick Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1673 probably in Schenectady, Albany County, New York, and died on 16 September 1766. He married as his first wife Hester De Vouw, a daughter of Nicholas De Vouw and Maria Du Cie (or Marritje See), who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1671 and probably in New Harlem, New York, died on 19 May 1710 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and was buried there on 21 May 1710 according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. On 29 January 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married as his second wife Adriantje Pieters, a daughter of Pieter Hessels and Lysbeth Gerrits, who was baptised on 6 April 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Hertman Magielse and his wife).

On 5 April 1712 Adriantje joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. Peter Demarest and Abraham Brouwer, executors of the estate of John Demarest, conveyed property to Uldrick Brouwer, weaver of the town of Bergen, on 18 August 1721. Uldrick Brouwer of Monache, Bergen County, New Jersey, with a number of others bought property from Hessel Pieter, of Acquackanonk, 10 September 1734.

Uldrick Brouwer and his first wife Hester De Vouw and second wife Adriantje Pieters have other descendants, such as:
.(by Hester De Vouw) Abraham Brouwer - Elizabeth Ackerman
|.Hester Brouwer - David Demarest
||.James D. Demarest - Mary Elizabeth Haring
|| .Mary Haring Demarest - Theodore Secor
||  .Rosanna Secor - James Vanderbilt Remsen
||   .IRA REMSEN (1846-1927) chemist, codiscoverer of saccharin
||
|.Anna May Brouwer - Obadiah Higbee
| .Mary Higbee - Edward Riggs
|  .John Riggs - Mary Phillips
|   .Obadiah Hezekiah Riggs - Emma Louisa Robbins
|    .Emma Ray Riggs - David Oman McKay
|     .Emma Rae McKay - Conway Alan Ashton
|      .ALAN C. ASHTON (1942-living) computer scientist, company founder
|
.(by Hester De Vouw) Jacob Brouwer - Lea Slot
|.Hester Brouwer - Pieter DeGroot
| .Leah Degroot - Wiert Banta
|  .David Banta - Rachel Van Giesen
|   .Sarah Banta - Abraham H. Bogert
|    .Henry Bogert - Helen Anderson Evans
|     .GEORGE HENRY BOGERT (1864-1844) artist
|
.(by Adriantje Pieters) Hessel Brouwer - Lena Wessels
 .Annatje Brouwer - Christofel Jurianse Van Riper
  .Betsey Speer Yearance - Abraham Van Emburgh
   .Rachel Van Emburgh - Hendrick Speer
    .ALFRED SPEER (1823-1910) inventor

      
2. Abraham Brouwer, married Lea Demarest
3. Magdalena Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record. On 23 October 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Willem Stagg, a son of Thomas Stagg and Margaret (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in New Barbados, Essex County, New Jersey.
4. Vroutje Brouwer, was baptised (as Vrountje) on 14 May 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush (wit.: Willem Brouwer and Elisabeth Brouwer). With Banns published on 16 August 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Jan Janszen Joralemon, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1670 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. Jan is possibly the John Vroliman who died prior to 29 January 1732/33 in Hanover Township, Morris County, New Jersey.
5. Johannes Brouwer, was born in New Harlem, New York (according to marriage records), and baptised on 25 March 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Theunis (__) and Sara Brouwers). On 10 April 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married Antie Mandeville, a daughter of Hendrick Mandeville and Annetje Scholl, who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Hempstead, Nassau County, New York.
6. Cornelia Brouwer, was baptised on 13 March 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Cornelis Seebringh and Aeltje Fredericks). With banns published on 23 September 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Nicolaes Bovie, a son of Matthys Bovie and Catherine Barrois, who was born on 7 January 1691/92.
Cornelia Brouwer and Nicholas Bovie have other descendants, such as:
.Neeltje Bovee - Andries Huyck
|.Cornelis Huyck - Hester Gardinier
| .Cornelia Huyck - Peter Huyck
|  .Andrew Huyck - Ellen Burdick
|   .Oren Thomas Huyck - Mary Celia Brazelton
|    .Ethel India Huyck - Orwin K. Peck
|     .RALPH BRAZELTON PECK (1912-2008) civil engineer
|
.Catharina Bovee - Johannes Huyck
|.Catharina Huyck - Johannes Verplanck
||.Catherine Huyck Verplanck - James Colvin
|| .Andrew James Colvin - Margaret Crane Alling
||  .VERPLANCK COLVIN (1847-1920) engineer
||
|.Maria Huyck - Ephraim Bogardus
| .Johannes Bogardus - Anna Dietz
|  .Adam Bogardus - Catherine Bice
|   .ADAM HENRY BOGARDUS (1834-1913) sharp shooter
|
.Ryckert Bovie - Marytje Huyck
|.Johannes Bovie - (__)
| .Susannah Bovie - Daniel Bradt
|  .Aurelius Bratt/Brodt - HELEN TANNER (1838-1908) painter
|
.Matthias Bovee - Maria Cole
 .Jacob M. Bovee - Jenneke Dodds
  .Mary Bovee - BENEDICT ARNOLD (1780-1849) Congressman
  .MATTHIAS JACOB BOVEE (1793-1872) Congressman

      
7. Jacob Brouwer, was baptised on 15 November 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn (wit.: Jacobus Ferdon and Geertruid Jansen). On 6 April 1717 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Maria Bovie, a daughter of Matthys Bovie and Catharine Barrois, who was baptised on 8 September 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Bennoni Corlaer and Marta).
Jacob Brouwer and Maria Bovie have other descendants, such as:
.Ariaantje Brouwer - Gerrit Bovee
 .Petrus Bovee - Jane Wigant
  .John W. Bovee - Elizabeth Earl
   .ALVIN EARL BOVEE (aka ALVAN EARL BOVAY) (1818-1903) a founder of the Republican Party

      
8. Maria Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1700. On 16 November 1727 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Jacob Clute, a son of Frederick Clute and Francynte Du Mond, who had no birth or baptismal record.
9. Antje Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record. On 13 November 1726 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married William Ennes.
10. Adriaentje Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. With banns published on 10 April 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Hendrick Claessen, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born in the "jurisdiction of Newark [New Jersey]" according to his marriage record.

 
1762
Jean desMarets, was baptised on 14 April 1645 as recorded at the Walloon and Huguenot Church of Middelburg, Zeeland, The Netherlands (wit.: Jean le Long and Francois Sohier), and died on 16 October 1719 in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. He married on 9 September 1668 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York as his first wife Jacomina Deruine. On 23 March 1692 as recorded at the French Church in Kinderkamack, Bergen County, New Jersey, he married as his second wife and as her second husband Marritje Van Winkle, the widower of Pieter Janszen Slot and a daughter of Jacob Wallings Van Winkle and Tryntje Jacobs, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1643, and died prior to 1702. On 20 December 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his third wife and as her second husband Magdalena Laurens, the widow of Jean Tullier. [parents]

Jean joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack by letter from the French Church at Kinderkamack on 10 July 1696. In 1670 Jean was elected a Constable in Harlem, in 1683, was commissioned a Lieutenant of Militia for Bergen County. His first home in New Jersey was on the original patent, exact location unknown. Later he inherited the house built by his father David on the west side of Hackensack River and the Little Mill. This house he in turn left to his grandson David, son of his son David, when he died. His will was dated 29 March 1714, probated on 10 November 1719, and was filed at Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey. Executors were his son Peter and Abraham Brouwer.

1763
Jacomina Deruine, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1652 in Hainault, France. She died about 1687. [parents]
 
Children of Jean desMarets and Jacomina Deruine
1. David Demarest, was baptised on 18 August 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: David de Mareetz), and died prior to 7 September 1706. About 1695 and probably recorded at the French Church in Kinderkamack he married as her first husband Antie Slot, a daughter of Jan Janszen Slot and Judith Elsworth, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1675/80.

On 5 April 1696 David and his wife joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack with letters from the French Church of Kinderkamack. David died prior to 7 September 1706 on which date as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack Antie married as her second husband Jonathan Hart.

David Demarest and Annetie Slot have other descendants, such as:
.Jacomyntje Demarest - Andries Laurens Van Buskirk
|.Laurens Van Buskirk - Elizabeth Demarest
| .Marietje Van Buskirk - Jan Hallenbeck
|  .Jacob Hollenbeck - Helena Van Wie
|   .Henry Hollenbeck - Margaret McFadde
|    .Jacob Wesley Hollenbeck - Eliza Anna Nichols
|     .Jacob Grant Hollenbeck - Maybelle A. Parmalee
|      .CLIFTON WEBB (né WEBB PARMALEE HOLLENBECK) (1889-1966) film actor
|
.David Demarest - Maritie Van Blarcom
 .Antie Demarest - Roelof Vanderlinde
  .David Vanderlinde - Catharina Banta
   .Ralph Vanderlinda - Eleanor Ackerman
    .Eliza A. VanderLinda - John Durie
     .Jane Durie - William Henry Blauvelt
      .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
       .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
	.DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)

      
2. Jan Demarest, was baptised on 18 June 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: David de Mareets de Jonge and Magdaleentie de Terneu). About 1700 he married as his first wife Debora (Heyet or Hyatt or H(e)yer). He married as his second wife and as her second husband Golah (__), the widow of William Pattison, who had no birth or baptismal record and was from Delaware.

Jan and his first wife lived in Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York, from 1702 to 1707. His will, dated 6 March 1729, has not been located but is referred to in a deed dated 22 April 1731, transferring land to his sons John and David, and also in a deed dated 19 February 1737, transferring land to the sons John, Solomon, and Elly, equally, as well as certain meadow lands to all six children. By this deed, David, Solomom, Elly, and their sister Jemima Martin conveyed lands to Charles Robinson.

3. Mary Demarest, was baptised in 1673 (location unknown), and possibly died in 1721 with burial in the French Burying Ground. About 1695 she married Jacobus Slot, a son of Petrus Janszen Slot and Marretie Jacobse Van Winckle, who was baptised on 17 February 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Magiel Tades and Grietje Jacobs).

On 5 April 1696 Mary and her husband joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack with letters from the French Church of Kinderkamack.

Mary Demarest and Jacobus Slot have other descendants, such as:
.Johannes Slot - Willemtje Albertse Van Voorhees
|.Steven Sloat - Marritie Van Duzer
| .John Sloat - Ruth Drake
| |.JOHN DRAKE SLOAT (1781-1867) naval officer
| |
| .Isaac Sloat - Lea Zabriskie
|  .Jacob Sloat - Sarah Bigelow Hollenbeck
|   .Martha Ellen Sloat - Newton Pomeroy Fassett
|   |.JACOB SLOAT FASSETT (1853-1924) Congressman - Jennie (__)
|   | .Newton Fassett - Lillian Eyre Griffis
|   |  .William Elliott Fassett (?-1992) restaurant owner - Madeleine Ulman
|   |   .KALLE FASSETT (1937-living) artist
|   |   .HOLLY FASSETT (?-living) artist
|   |
|   .Henry Ransom Sloat - Carrie Ward Schultz
|    .Carrie Louise Sloat - Samuel Lloyd Eastburn
|     .Barbara Sloat Eastburn - Vine Victor Deloria
|      .VINE VICTOR DELORIA, Jr. (1933-2005) author
|
.Lea Slot - Jacob Uldrickse Brouwer
 .Hester Brouwer - Pieter DeGroot
  .Leah Degroot - Wiert Banta
   .David Banta - Rachel Van Giesen
    .Sarah Banta - Abraham H. Bogert
     .Henry Bogert - Helen Anderson Evans
      .GEORGE HENRY BOGERT (1864-1844) artist

      
4. Sarah Demarest, was baptised on 12 October 1675 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Samuel de Mareetz en syn huysvrouw). About 1707 she married Abraham Canon, who was from Richmond County, New York. Was this the Abraham born in 1668 on Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, a son of Andrew Cannon and Jane Pearce?

Sarah received the Little Mill as per her father's will. She and her husband moved to Pennsylvania. Sarah has also been credited with a first husband named Theophilus Elswart. However, Sarah who married Theophilus was Sarah Dumaresq, who was a daughter of Nicholas Dumaresq.

5. Simon Demarest, was baptised on 22 November 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Sameul de Mareetz and Magdalena de Fonteyn), and died young.
6. Rachel Demarest, had no birth or baptismal record. On 9 May 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as his second wife Thomas (Heyer or Hyatt), the widower of Elizabeth Ryke and a son of John :Heyer or Hyatt) and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born possibly in Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County, Pennsylvania (now Delaware).

Rachel received land per her father's will, east of the Hackensack River. She and her husband lived in Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York, after their marriage until 1707/08 when they moved to Appoquinimink Hundred, where Thomas was Elder in Drawyer's Presbyterian Church in 1727, and Treasurer in 1739.

7. Jacomina Demarest, was baptised on 21 April 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Moses La Contre and Maria Dreuine). On 29 March 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her first husband John Stewart, a son of Alexander Stewart and Beatrix Mushet, who was born on 25 December 1675 in Stirling, Scotland, and died about 1723 probably in Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. About 1724 she married as her second husband Richard Wilkinson, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1675, and came from Delaware.

Jacomina, also known as Jemima moved to Appoquinimink with John in October 1703.

John was in Edinburgh in 1698 with James Christey, according to Christey's statement in 1752. "He was then shipt on board the ship Unicorn to emigrate to the West Indies in order to settle; the said deponent (Christey) being at the same place in company with the said John Stewart on board of another ship called the Caledonia, which said two ships made their course to the province of New York and arrived some time in the month of August 1699, and the said deponent some time that fall found the said John Stewart in the province of New Jersey at a place called Hackensac." Records of the Dutch Reformed church in Hackensack, New Jersey show that Jan Stuwaert, bachelor born in Stirling, Scotland, was given a license on 29 March 1700, to marry Jacquemyne DeMaree, a young maiden, born in Hackensack.

John Stewart the following spring married Jemima DeMarest, daughter of John DeMarest and the said deponent about two years after married the sister of the said Jemina.

Said John Stewart some time in October 1703 moved to Appoquinmink where he, John Stewart, died." [Appoquinimink is now in Newcastle County, Delaware, but at that time the 3 Delaware counties of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex were a part of Pennsylvania]. The will of John Stewart has not been found

8. Leah Demarest, married Abraham Brouwer.
9. Peter Demarest, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1683, died between 1 April 1763 and 2 October 1763, and was buried in the French Burying Ground. On 14 May 1709 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his first wife Maritie Pieterse Mead, a daughter of Pieter Janszen Mead and Geertie Mandeville, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1691, and died about 1720. On 15 October 1722 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his second wife and as her first husband Maria Batton, a daughter of Jacques Batton and Margrietje Sans, who was baptised on 2 April 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack (wit.: Samuel De Maree and Mary, his wife), died on 6 January 1794, and was buried in the French Burying Ground. On 14 August 1767 Maria married as her second husband Barent Cole.

He lived at New Bridge, and had the Little Mill. His will was dated 1 April 1763 and was probated either on 2 October or on 16 November 1763.

Pieter Demarest and his first wife Maretie Mead and his second wife Maria Batton have other descendants, such as:
.(by Maretie Mead) Maria Demarest - William Rutan
|.William Rutan - Margaret Steel
| .HENRY RUTTAN (1792-1873) inventor - Mary Jones
|  .Henry Jones Ruttan - Margaret Pringle
|   .HENRY NORLANDE RUTTAN (1848-1925) engineer
|
.(by Maretie Mead) Leah Demarest - Samuel Demaree
|.Maria Demaree - Jacobus Westerfield
||.Jacobus Westerfield - Ufeme Cozine
|| .Elizabeth Westerfield - Cyrus Crawford Scott
||  .William Henry Scott - Esther Morrison
||   .Easter Adella Scott - Charles Tillmon Hargrove
||    .Sarah Virginia Hargrove - Colley Edward Martin
||     .Gladys Lucille Martin - John Denham Timberlake
||      .Charles L. Timberlake - Bobbye Joice
||       .Randy Timberlake - Lynn Bomar or Harless
||        .JUSTIN RANDALL TIMBERLAKE (1981-living) singer
||
|.Rachel Demarest - (1) Gerardus Ryker, (2) John Van Cleave
||.(by 1) Gerardus Ryker - Leah Smock
|||.Rachel Ryker - Peter Hughey
||| .Jared Hughey - Mary Roberts
|||  .Henry McClellan Hughey - Violet Elizabeth Dodge
|||   .Maude Matilda Hughey - Edmund Emial Kemper
|||    .Edmund Emil Kenmper - Clarnell Stage
|||     .EDMUND EMIL KEMPER III (1948-living) seriel killer
|||
||.(by 2) David Van Cleave - Rachel Swearingen
|| .Peter Cameron Van Cleave - Mary Louise King
||  .Wiliam Stanley Van Cleave - Ida May Smith
||   .Vesta Viola van Cleave - John Harrison Bowers
||    .Robert Stanley Bowers - Maxine Nichols
||     .DEANNA BOWERS (1948-living) film and TV actor - CHRISTOPHER STONE (1942-1995) film and TV actor
||
|.Tryntje Demarest - Jacob Smock
| .Leah Smock- Gerardus Ryker
|  .Rachel Ryker - Peter Hughey
|   .Jared Hughey - Mary Roberts
|    .Henry McClellan Hughey - Violet Elizabeth Dodge
|     .Maude Matilda Hughey - Edmund Emial Kemper
|      .Edmund Emil Kenmper - Clarnell Stage
|       .EDMUND EMIL KEMPER III (1948-living) seriel killer
|
.(by Maretie Mead) Trientje Demerest - Laurence Verway
|.Elizabeth Frances Verwey - Abraham D. Ackerman
| .Lawrence Ackerman - Cynthia Bent Robertson
|  .Joseph Chandler Ackerman - Belinda Sophia van Buren
|  |.Caroline Netta Ackerman - Edward Stillman Kendrick
|  | .Caroline Isabelle Kendrick - William Darius Eddy
|  |  .NELSON ACKERMAN EDDY (1901-1967) singer, film actor
|  |
|  .WILLIAM KELLY ACKERMAN (1832-?) Railway President, financier
|
.(by Maria Batton) Elizabeth Demarest - Laurens Van Buskirk
|.Marietje Van Buskirk - Jan Hallenbeck
| .Jacob Hollenbeck - Helena Van Wie
|  .Henry Hollenbeck - Margaret McFadde
|   .Jacob Wesley Hollenbeck - Eliza Anna Nichols
|    .Jacob Grant Hollenbeck - Maybelle A. Parmalee
|     .CLIFTON WEBB (né WEBB PARMALEE HOLLENBECK) (1889-1966) film actor
|
.(by Maria Batton) John Demarest - Willemptie Bogert
|.Antje Demarest - David Anderson
| .John Anderson - Catherine Zabriskie
|  .John Christian Zabriskie Anderson - Harriet Myer
|   .Catherine Zabriskie Anderson - Lucas J. Van Buskirk
|    .ROBERT WARD VAN BOSKERCK (1855-1932) artist
|
.(by Maria Batton) David Demarest - Hester Brouwer
 .James D. Demarest - Mary Elizabeth Haring
  .Mary Haring Demarest - Theodore Secor
   .Rosanna Secor - James Vanderbilt Remsen
    .IRA REMSEN (1846-1927) chemist, co-discoverer of saccharin

      
10. Magdalena Demarest, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1685, and died in 1749. On 18 September 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married James Christie, a son of John Christie and Anna Ramsay, who was born on 9 October 1670 in Iverden, Scotland, and died on 16 April 1768.

By her father's will, Magdalena received land at Schraalenburgh.

Magdalena Demarest and James Christie have other descendants, such as:
.Johannes Christie - Belitje Demarest
|.Lena Christie - Jacob Quackenbos
| .Belitje Quackenbos - Willem Westervelt
|  .Jacob Westervelt - Elizabeth Westervelt
|   .Margaret Westervelt - John Fowler
|    .FRANK FOWLER (1852-1910) author, critic, artist
|
.Maria Christie - Jacobus Post
|.Jacobus Post - Metje van Wagenen
| .Jacobus Post - Rachel Alyea
|  .Hannah Post - John Hathorn
|   .Caroline Hathorn - Judah Livesay
|    .Eliza Lamb Livesay - Thomas Southworth
|     .Harry Southworth - Harriet Fay Fox
|      .DOROTHY FAY SOUTHWORTH (1915-2003) film actor
|       - TEX RITTER (né WOODWARD MAURICE RITTER) (1905-1974) singer, film actor
|       .JONATHAN SOUTHWORTH RITTER (1948-2003) film and TV actor
|        - (1) NANCY MORGAN (1949-living) film and TV actor
|        - (2) AMY YASBECK (1963-living) film and TV actor
|        .(by 1) JASON MORGAN RITTER (1980-living) film actor
|
.William Christie - Cathlyntje Demarest
|.James Christie - Maria Banta
||.Magdalena Christie - David Demarest
|||.Maria Christie Demarest - Aaron Lloyd
||| .HENRY DEMAREST LLOYD (1847-1903) reformer
||| .Caroline Augusta Lloyd - LOTHROP WITHINGTON (1856-1915) Lusitania victim
|||
||.Peter Christie - Agnes Gillespie
|| .Fitz-James Christie - Elizabeth Anna Johns
||  .Anna Virginia Christie - FREDERIC WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER (?-?) railroad executive
||   .FREDERIC LOUIS HUIDEKOPER (1874-1940) military writer
||
|.Margrietje Christie - Daniel Westervelt
||.Willem Westervelt - Belitje Quackenbos
|| .Jacob Westervelt - Elizabeth Westervelt
||  .Margaret Westervelt - John Fowler
||   .FRANK FOWLER (1852-1910) author, critic, artist
||
|.Magdalena Christie - Johannes Westervelt
| .Johannes Westervelt - Antje Demarest
|  .Vrouwtie Westervelt - Arie Westervelt
|   .JACOB A. WESTERVELT (1800-1879) Mayor
|
.Daniel Christie - Fytje Demarest
 .John Christie - Magdalena Banta
  .John Christie - Anna Brinkerhoff
   .Jacob Brinkerhoff - Elizabeth Van Houten
    .JOHN WALTER CHRISTIE (1864-1944) engineer and inventor

      
11. Samuel Demarest, was baptised on 13 November 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Pieter Legrande and Janneken de Windel), and died young.

 
1764
Hans Jacobszen Harty, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Bern, Switzerland. He died after 5 January 1686. Banns for their marriage were published 29 July 1668 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (Hans was recorded as "j.m. Van Baren in Switserlt" and Grietje was recorded as "j.d. Van Nieuw jorck").

Hans appeared (as Hans Jacob Sardingh) on the passanger list for De Bonte Koe which sailed from Amsterdam on 16 April 1663 and arrived in New Netherland between 11 May 1663 and 17 August 1663. On 12 February 1669 he bought a small farm on Stuyvesant's Bowery

1765
Grietje Lambertse Mol, was baptised on 6 September 1648 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Pieter Wolfertszen and Aeltje Pilms). Prior to her firstmarriage she had a child by an unknonw person. She married as her first husband Hans Jacob Harty. With Banns published on 5 January 1686 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her second husband Matthys Franzen Outwater, a son of Frans Jacobszen Outwater and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

On 3 December 1672 she joined the Reformed Dutch Church of New York.

Matthys was described in the marriage Banns as "j.m. Van N. Albanien." Matthy's will was probated on 8 June 1712 in Bergen County, New Jersey. In it he mentioned his wife "Gerke," and the executors were Thomas Franszen and Conradus Harte. [parents]
 
Children of (__) and Grietje Lambertse Mol
1. Barbara Hanse, was baptised on 31 January 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lambert Huybertszen and Vroutje Gerrits), and was buried on 18 July 1749 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. Barbara was illegitimate, and assumed the name of her adopted father. She married Jacob Kool, a son of Jacob Barentszen Kool and Marretje Simons, who was baptised on 1 January 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lucas Tienhoven and Tryntie Bickers), and died before 23 November 1719.

Jacob was taxed in the north ward of New York City, where he had a house, from 1695 through 1697. On 23 October 1695 Barbara and Jacob became members of the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen. He, his wife, along with two sons and two daughters were listed on a census in Orange County taken on 16 June 1702. Jacob died intestate in Orange County, New York, and on 24 April 1742 a Letter of Admisitration was granted to his son Jacob.

Barbara Hanse and Jacob Cool have other descendants, such as:
.Barent Cole - Christina Doolhagen
 .Jacob Cole - Sara Demarest
  .Margrietie Cole - Jacobus Demarest
   .David Demarest - Magdalena Christie
    .Maria Christie Demarest - Aaron Lloyd
     .HENRY DEMAREST LLOYD (1847-1903) reformer
     .Caroline Augusta Lloyd - LOTHROP WITHINGTON (1856-1915) Lusitania victim

  

 
 
Children of Hans Jacobszen Harty and Grietje Lambertse Mol
1. Tryntje Hanse, was baptised on 10 March 1670 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lambert Mol and Gerritje Spiegeltas). On 3 October 1687as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with Banns published there on 18 September 1687) she married Pieter Pauwelse, probably a son of Paulus Pieterse and Treyntje Martens.
Tryntje Hanse and Pieter Pauwelse have other descendants, such as:
.Francyntie Pieterse - Garret Post
 .Claaritje Post - Pieter De Groot
  .Johanne De Groot - Mary Wood
   .Elizabeth De Groot - Ezra Oakley
    .Mary Ann Oakley - JOHN TAYLOR (1808-1887) LDS Church President

      
2. Frena Hanse, was baptised on 26 August 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jacob Mens and Jannetje Kierstede), and died after 1721. She married Jurrie Janszen Maris, a possible son of Jan Maris and Marritjen Hermans, who, if so, was baptised on 16 April 1662 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Herman Snymer and Mr. Engel Burg), and died after 1721 probably in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Frena Hanse and Jurrie Janszen Maris have other descendants, such as:
.Jan Maris - Anneke Kammega
|.Maria Maris - Abraham Blauvelt
| .Geertje Blauvelt - Isaac Blauvelt
|  .Isaac Blauvelt - Sara Johnson
|   .Abraham Blauvelt - Maria Blauvelt
|    .Charity Blauvelt - Christian A. Hopper
|     .Gerrit Henry Hopper - Elizabeth Griffiths
|      .EDWARD HOPPER (1882-1967) artist - JOSEPHINE VERSTILLE NIVISON (1885-1968) artist
|
.Geertie Maris - Jan Wouterszen Van Scheyven
 .Abraham Van Sciver - Mary Perkins
  .Jane Van Sciver - Abraham Vandergrift
   .Jacob Vandergrift - Elizabeth Miller
    .Jacob Vandergrift - Esther Thomas Keen
     .Frances Matilda Vandergrift
      - (1) Samuel Osbourne
      - (2) ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON (1850-1894) novelist
      .(by 1) SAMUEL LLOYD OSBOURNE (1868-1947) author

      
3. Coenrat Hanse, was baptised on 26 November 1673 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Abraham Lambertszen and Grietie Cozyns), and died prior to 1715. With banns published on 31 December 1698 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as her first husband Leuntie Miggielse, who was born about 1675/1680 in Schriskerhen, Zeeland, The Netherlands, a daughter of Michael Lynsen and Elizabeth Vreeland. Conrad was recorded as having been born "on the Bowery" and Leuntie as having been born in "Zeeland at Seradtskerke." On 12 February 1715 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen Leuntie married as her second husband Willem De Grauw.

Coenrat and his wife joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappan on 23 October 1695.

Coenrat Hanse and Leuntje Miggielse have other descendants, such as:
.Geertje Hartje - Johann Conrad Roeger
|.Jane Roeger - Hercules Wendover
| .PETER HERCULES WENDOVER (1768-1834) Congressman
|
.Jannetje Hartje - Jacobus Brouwer
 .Abraham Brouwer - Neeltje Duryea
  .Richard Duryea Brower - Eliza Archer
   .Abraham Duryea Brower - Mary Rachel Stevens
    .JACOB VREDENBERG BROWER (1844-1905) explorer, archeologist

      
4. Lambert Hanse, was baptised on 26 April 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Huybert Gerritszen, Manus Burgers and Marritie Waldron).
5. Ryer Hanse, was baptised on 27 February 1678 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Pieter (__) and Rebecca Idens). On 15 August 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his first wife Sara Janse Helder. At the time of their marriage, Reyer was recorded as having been born "at the Bowery" and Sara as having been born in "Gravesandt." On 15 October 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with banns published there on 14 September 1714) he married as his second wife Margrietje De Voor. Reyer was referred to in the marriage record as "Wedr. V. Akkins:" and Margrietje as "j.d. V. Deutelbay."
Ryer Hanszen and Sara Janse Helder have other descnendants, such as:
.Lea Harty - Isaiah Valleau
 .Isaiah Valleau - Maritjen Moore
  .Peter Valleau - Ann Reveness
   .Mary Valleau - Ernest Keyser
    .Mary Keyser - Samuel Dexter Bingham
     .Lloyd Melville Bingham - ANNA AMELIA SWILLEY (1869-1927) stage actor

      
6. Johannes Hanse, was baptised on 7 October 1679 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jan Janszen Langestraet and Margrietje Gerrits), and died prior to 30 June 1723. With Banns published on 14 April 1711 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Elsie Wiertse Banta, a daughter of Wiert Banta and Gerritie Mandeville, who was baptised on 20 June 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jillis Mandeville, Jan Pietersen, and Maria Bon).

At the time of their marriage, Johannes was recorded as having been born "at the Bay Bowery" and residing in Bergen County, New Jersey, and Elsie as having been born in Hackensack and residing in Bergen County. Johannes died prior to 30 June 1723 on which date he was referred to as deceased.

Johannes Hanse and Elsie Wiertse Banta have other descendants, such as:
.Tryntje Hartje - Vincent De La Montagne
 .John De La Montagne - Mary Briggs
  .Vincent De La Montagne - Susan Schneider
   .Susan De La Montagne - William Cary
    .WILLIAM DE LA MONTAGNE CARY (1840-1922) artist

      
7. Jacobus Hanse, married Tryntje Stratemaker.
8. Lamert Hanse, was baptised on 21 November 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Herry Breser and Metje Gravenraedt).
9. Amelyn Hanse, was baptised on 4 November 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jueriaen Cordiael and Jannetie Frans). On 2 January 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her first husband Johannes Verveelen, a son of Daniel Vervellen and Alida Schaets, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1676. At the time of her first marriage, Amelyn was recorded as having been born in Tappen and Johannes as having been born in New Utrecht, New York. On 21 February 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her second husband and as his second wife Wouter Willemszen Van Schyven, the widower of Diwer Janse Van Blarcom and a son of Willem Wouterse and Jannetje Jacobs, who was baptised on 13 December 1667 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Rutgert Willemszen and Metje Davids). At the time of her second marriage Amelyn was recorded as residing in Bergen County, New Jersey, and Wouter as residing in Acquackanonk, New Jersey.

Wouter died intestate, and Letters of Administration were granted to his wife on 18 August 1714 in Rockland County, New York.


 
 
Children of Matthys Franzen Outwater and Grietje Lambertse Mol
1. Francyntie Outwater, was baptised on 1 June 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Theunis Franszen and Tryntie Breedstede).

 

1766
Jan Dirckszen Stratemaker, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1642. With Banns published on 14 January 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married as his first wife Geesje Gerrits van Steenwyck. With Banns publsihed on 12 January 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married as his second wife and as her third husband Neeltje Buys, the widow of Jan Harmens Coerten and Jacob Vigoor and a daughter of Jan Corneliszen Buys and Eybe Lubbertse. They received a certificate to marry dated 27 June 1707 and the rite was performed by Domine Bertholf.

On 19 February 1659 Classie Teunis asked the Orphanmaster for money owed her from boarding Dirck for sixteen years. On 30 December 1663, he and his wife joined the Reformed Dutch Church in Bergen. On 24 March 1686, he was one of the Tappan patentees, and built a house there in 1700. On 18 March 1698, he gave a quit-claim to the tract at Communipaw owned by his father.

On 12 October 1708, he and his second wife Neeltje were received by letter at the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen. [parents]

1767
Geesje Gerrits van Steenwyck, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Zutphen, The Netherlands. She died on 11 February 1700 and was buried in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. [parents]
 
Children of Jan Dirckszen Stratemaker and Geesje Gerrits van Steenwyck
1. Jannetje Stratemaker, was baptised on 26 December 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Casperus Steynmets with his wife). On 2 June 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with banns published there on 17 May 1691) she married Thomas Juriaenszen Van Riper, a son of Juriaen Thomaszen Van Riper and Reyckje Harmens Coerten, who was baptised on 10 June 1668 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Geurt Courten and Annetje Gerrits). At the time of their marriage, she was recorded as living in Hoboken and he as living in Bergen. Domine Selyns performed the ceremony.
Jannetje Straatmaker and Thomas Juriaenszen Van Riper have other descendants, such as:
.Juriaen Van Riper - Aeltje Simonse Van Winkle
|.Antje Van Riper - Marten Ryerson
| .Maria Ryerson - Theunis Ryerson
|  .Theunis Ryerson - Jane Boice
|   .Maria Ryerson - Timothy Botchford Crane
|    .">RICHARD TELLER CRANE (1832-1912) manufacturer - Mary Josephine Prentiss
|     .CHARLES RICHARD CRANE (1858-1939) diplomat - Cornelia Workman Smith
|     |.RICHARD TELLER CRANE (1882-1938) diplomat
|     |.Frances Anita Crane - JAN GARRIGUE MASARYK (1886-1848) Czechoslovokian Foreign Minister
|     |
|     .Emily Rockwell Crane - THOMAS LINCOLN CHABOURNE (1871-1938) lawyer
|
.Maria Thomasse Van Ripen - Adrian Post
|.Adrian Post - Geertje Vreeland
| .Maragrietje Post - Elias Jacob Vreeland
|  .Adrian Elias Vreeland - Anna (Haring or Herring)
|   .Abraham H. Vreeland - Jane W. Van Riper
|    .Herbert H. Vreeland - Caroline A. Reed
|     .Thomas Reed Vreeland - DIANA DALZIEL (1906-1989) fashion designer
|
.Elizabeth Van Riper - Gerrit Van Horn
 .Geesje Van Horn - Albert Zabriskie
  .John Zabriskie - Cornelia Bogert
   .Elizabeth Zabriskie - Samuel R. Demarest
    .Cornelia Demarest - Jacob Blauvelt
     .William Henry Blauvelt - Jane Durie
      .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
       .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
	.DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)

      
2. Annetie Stratemaker, was baptised on 17 February 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Guert Gerrits and Janneke Edsall). On 29 March 1692 she married David Nathanielszen Hennion, a son of Nathaniel Pieters and Anneken Ackerman, who was baptised on 1 July 1665 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lysbeth Ackermans).

On 28 June 1697, Annetje and David joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. On 6 October 1700 they were dismissed to Hackensack.

Annetje Straatmaker and David Nathanielszen Hennion have other descendants, such as:
.Johannes Hennion - Antje Tunis Tallman
|.David Hennion - Jacomyntje Kip
||.David Hennion - Sophornia Hennion
|| .David Hennion - Maria M. Piatt
||  .Martin Hennion - Marrie J. Reese
||   .Frank R. Hennion - Nellie L. Junod
||    .Ruth Genevieve Hennion - Harold Scott Chaffee, Jr.
||     .NANCY ANN CHAFFEE (1929-2002) tennis player
||      - (1) RALPH MCPHERRAN KINER, Jr. (1922-living) baseball player
||      - (2) JOHN FRANCIS WHITAKER (aka JACK) (1924-living) sportscaster
||
|.Teunis Hennion - Annetje Doremus
| .Sophornia Hennion - David Hennion
|  .David Hennion - Maria M. Piatt
|   .Martin Hennion - Marrie J. Reese
|    .Frank R. Hennion - Nellie L. Junod
|     .Ruth Genevieve Hennion - Harold Scott Chaffee, Jr.
|      .NANCY ANN CHAFFEE (1929-2002) tennis player
|       - (1) RALPH MCPHERRAN KINER, Jr. (1922-living) baseball player
|       - (2) JOHN FRANCIS WHITAKER (aka JACK) (1924-living) sportscaster
|
.David Hennion - Lena Andriessen
 .Andries Hennion - Elsje Post
  .Johannes Hennion - Sara Bertholf
   .Catherine Hennion - Lucas Provoost
    .Luke Provoost - Julia Ann Wheeler
     .Julie Ann Provoost - David Van Wagenen
      .Alma Van Wagenen - Birdie Ethel Gray
       .Frank Alton Van Wagenen - Phyllis Barker
	.Lola Jean Van Wagenen - CHARLES ROBERT REDFORD, Jr. (1937-living) film actor
	 .DAVID JAMES REDFORD (1962-living) screenwriter, institute founder
	 .AMY HART REDFORD (1970-living) film actor

      
3. Dirck Stratemaker, was baptised on 10 September 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lysbeth Cornelis). On 27 November 1698 he married Tryntje Buys, a daughter of Ariaen Pieterszen Buys and Tryntje Hendrickse Oosteroom, who was baptised on 28 August 1675 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Hendrick Janszen and Grietie Jacobs).

On 28 June 1697 Dirck and his wife joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen, and were dismissed to the Reformed Dutch Church of Tappen on 21 June 1699.

4. Tryntje Stratemaker, married Jacob Hanse.
5. Gerrit Stratemaker, was baptised on 2 October 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jacob Cornelis and Annetje Steynments, Y.W.), and died on 23 September 1686.
6. <__> Stratemaker, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 9 December 1678.
7. Grietje Stratemaker, was baptised on 19 May 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Gerrit Steenwits and Anneke Jacobs). On 3 April 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with banns published there on 16 March 1701) she married as his first wife Hendrick Gerritse, a son of Gerrit Gerritsen and Annetje Hermansse, who was baptised on 22 October 1675 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.

Domine Dubois performed the marriage ceremony, and both were recorded as living in Bergen at the time of their marriage. He was elected Deacon of the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk in 1708, and Elder in 1726 and 1739. His name appears among those who signed the petition to the King for redress against the oppressions of the Proprietors in 1700. By deed dated 23 June 1718, John Corta and Marietje his wife, of Essex County, NJ, conveyed to Henry Gerritse, of the same county, for £100, a tract on the Passaic River on the north side of Gerrit Post, 9.31 chains wide and running back 107 to 109 chains, bounded on the north by Gerrit Juriance' lot; also fifty acres immediately in the rear of the first lot, making 150 acres in all. He probably lived at Wesel, New Jersey. He had Lot No. 14, East, and Lot No. 13, West, in the Boght, assigned to him in the suvdivision of 1714. He is probably the same Hendrick Garrison who is referred to in 1761 as the owner of the grist mill and saw mill then standing at the foot of present (as of 1901) Mulberry Street, Paterson, New Jersey. He had been dead three years at that time, but the mill still belonged to his heirs. He wrote his name Hendrick Gerritse. which, modified into Garrison, has been retained by his descendants. His will was dated 9 September 1743 and proved on 20 November 1758.

8. Rachel Stratemaker, was baptised on 24 February 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Nicolaes Bayard and Judith Verlet), and died on 12 March 1708. With banns published on 27 April 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen) she married with certificate to New York dated 15 May 1707 as his first wife Daniel Van Winkle, a son of Jacob Jacobse Van Winkle and Aeltje Daniels, who was born on 28 July 1681 and baptised on 21 August 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Walingh Jacobse and Annetje Ariaense Sips). At the time of their marriage, she was recorded as being from Hoboken and he as being from Bergen. Daniel married as his second wife Jannetje Vreelant.
9. Lea Stratemaker, was baptised on 19 August 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Hendrick Wessels and Susanna Verleth). On 27 December 1704 she married Gerrit Post, a son of Adrian Post and Catryna Gerrits Van Wagenen, who was born on 1 January 1680 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 26 January 1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jeuriaen Thomaszen and Jannetie Gerrits).

 
1768
Johannes Peter Härter, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1642 probably in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and was buried there on 9 January 1715. He married on 13 January 1663 in Chumbt. [parents]

At the time of his marriage, Johann Peter was forester at Kloster Chumbt. At the time of his death he was referred to as Waldförster, Elder, and Gerichtsmann at Chumbt. He was aged 72 years, 3 months, and some days. Anna Catharina was aged 81 years at the time of her death.

1769
Anna Catharina Schipp, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1643, and died on 17 October 1724 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Peter Härter and Anna Catharina Schipp
1. Johann Nicolaus Härter, had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 24 December 1711, probably in Mohawk Valley, New York. On 2 October 1686 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, he married as his first wife Anna Catharina Bauermann, a daughter of Elias Bauerman and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried in 1703 in Chumbt, aged 40 years less 5 months. He married in Chumbt as his second wife Anna Eva (__).
Johann Nicholas Härter and Anna Catharina Bauermann have other descendants, such as:
.Lorentz Härter - Anna Appolonia Helmer
 .Heinrich Harter - Catherina Pfeiffer
  .Catharina Harter - MICHAEL MYERS (1753-1814) Major-General
  |
  .Ernestina Harter - Adam Staring
   .Eva Staring - Jacob Crim
    .Justus Stephanus Frank Crim - Harriet Douglas Talcott
     .Ella E. Crim - Byron Ashley Stone
      .Bertha Stone - Thomas Channing Moore
       .Jean Douglas Moore - Francis Berger Trudeau
	.GARRETSON BEEKMAN TRUDEAU (1948-living) comic strip artist
	 - MARGARET JANE PAULEY (1950-living) televison personality

      
2. Eva Catharina Herder, was baptised on 6 June 1669 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Eva, wife of Cornelius Haußmann of Georgenhausen, Catharina, wife of Hans Peter of Muderschiet, and Johann Georg Conradt, Schultheiß of Rießweiler). She was confirmed in 1683 in Horn, Germany.
3. Johannes Herder, was baptised on 19 February 1671 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Johann Niclaß at Reichert, Johannes Hottenbacher of Holtzbach, and Walpurga, surviving widow of Johannis Kirch of Dentzen), and died on 5 March 1671.
4. Johann Michael Herder, married Maria Cecilia (__).
5. Anna Eva Herder, was baptised on 31 December 1676 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Anna Eva, daughter of the late Aug. Bauer of Budenbach, Eva, wife of Christoffel Behl of Horn, and Zacharias Walter of Chumbt). On 26 October 1696 she married Johannes (Mitter or Müller), who was from Weydelbach, Germany.
6. Johann Peter Herder, was baptised on 16 February 1679 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Johann Peter Mohr, forester at Chumbt, Catharina Barbara, wife of Johannes Conrad at Weydelbach, Anna Catharina, wife of Hans Schloßer of Laubach, and Zacharias Walter of Chumbt), and died about 1705. On 6 November 1703 he married Anna Margaretha Bender.
7. Anna Catharina Herder, was baptised on 16 February 1679 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: Johann Peter Mohr, forester at Chumbt, Catharina Barbara, wife of Johannes Conrad at Weydelbach, Anna Catharina, wife of Hans Schloßer of Laubach, and Zacharias Walter of Chumbt).
8. Gerhardt Michael Herder, was baptised on 18 November 1680 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: (unknown)). On 6 November 1703 he married Anna Elisabetha Rießer.
9. Anna Gertraud Herder, was baptised on 3 May 1683 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: (unknown)).
10. Anna Elisabetha Herder, was baptised on 12 April 1684 in Chumbt, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (wit.: [missing] and Anna Maria, wife of Hans Jacob Hoffman at Riegenroth).

 
1772
Wilhelm Rees, had no birth or baptismal record. He married prior to 1675.

A Willem Andriesse Rees was in Albany in 1672. In 1720 he was living in Claverack. [parents]

1773
Catryn Janse, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Wilhelm Rees and Catryn Janse
1. Geertruy Rees, had no birth or baptismal record. On 25 November 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Johannes Andrieszen Scharp, a son of Andries Hanszen Scharp and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.
Geertruy Rees and Johannes Andrieszen Scherp have other descendants, such as:
.Andries Scherp - Johanna Freer
 .Sarah Sharp - Gerrit G. Lansing
  .Abraham Wendell Lansing - Sarah Holden
   .WILLIAM ESSELSTYN LANSING (1821-1883) Congressman

      
2. Andries Rees, had no birth or baptismal record. On 1 January 1697 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Ariaantje Andriesse Scharp, a daughter of Andries Hanszen Scharp and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.
Andries Rees and Ariaantje Andriesse Scharp have other descendants, such as:
.Catryntje Rees - Benjamin White
 .Andrew White - Amy Palmer
  .Rachel White - Jonathan B. Wood,
   .Daniel Wood - Elizabeth Benedict
    .Daniel H. Wood - Caroline Almira Starr
     .Martha H. Wood - George Weir
      .Jessie Lenore Weir - Lyndon Hermyle LaRouche
       .LYNDON HERMYLE LAROUCHE, Jr. (1922-living) economist, political activist
      
3. Johannes Rees, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1682. On 1 November 1702 at the "bride's father's house" as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Maria Goeway, a daughter of Jan Salomonszen Goeway and Catlyntje Loockermand, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1680.

Banns for their marriage were published 9 October 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany. "John Rees" was a freeholder in Claverack in 1720.

4. Cornelia Rees, had no birth or baptismal record. On 28 October 1704 she married Pieter Lassing, Jr., a son of Pieter Pieterse Lassing and Catherine Hoffmeyer, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1683 possibly in Albany, Albany County, New York. Pieter dwelt at "het lange rak" (Poughkeepsie?). His surname is rendered in records as Lassen, Lassing, and Lossing.
Cornelia Rees and Pieter Lassing, Jr. have other descendants, such as:
.Pieter Lassing - Anna Maria Emigh
 .Nicholas Lassing - Christina Woolweaver
  .John Lossing - Miriam Dorland
   .Elizabeth Lossing - Bartholomew Buck
   |.John Lossing Buck - Emeline Townsend
   | .Vincent Morgan Buck - Grace Tenhagen
   |  .John Lossing Buck - PEARL BUCK (née PEARL COMFORT SNYDENSTRICKER) (1892-1973) author
   |
   .BENSON JOHN LOSSING (1813-1891) historian

      
5. Cornelis Rees, was baptised on 16 September 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Phlip Leendertsz and [carried by] Agnietje Hendricksz).
6. Ephraim Rees, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1690. On 21 September 1714 as recorded in the West Camp Lutheran Churchbook he married Margaretha Bressie, a daughter of Christopher Bressie (of Rulphian Kill, near Livingston Manor) and Christina Claesjen, who was baptised (as Margriette) on 16 May 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: [carried by] Ariaantje Wendell).
7. Leonhard Rees, had no birth or baptismal record. On 20 March 1717 at the house of Francis Hardick, possibly in Klinkenburg, New York, as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York City he married Volkje Herdyck, a daughter of Francis Herdyck and Caterina Van Hoesen, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1698, and died about 1750. Leonhard, his wife, and children, were members of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Rhinebeck about 1734.
8. Benjamin Rees, married Geertruy Witbeck.
9. Hendrick Rees, was baptised on 16 February 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jacob Staats and Elsje Cuyler).

 
1774
Hendrick Witbeck, had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his first wife Lyntje Winne. On 27 September 1707 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (with Banns published there on 29 August 1707) he married as his second wife Helena Hendrickse Bond, a daughter of Hendrick Lambertszen Bond and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Schenectady, Albany County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Witbeck and Helena Hendrickse Bond
1. Catharina Witbeck, was baptised on 15 August 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Frans and Elsje Winne).
2. Pieter Witbeck, was born in 1718 in Kinderhook, Columbia County, New York. On 12 June 1737 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg he married Christina Rees, a daughter of Ephraim Rees and Margaretha Bressie, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1718/1720.
3. Goschge Witbeck, was born on 17 December 1719 in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, and baptised on (__) January 1720 in Liinenburg as recorded at the Lutheran Church of New York (wit.: Jan Van Loon and my wife Gerritge). With Banns published on 28 September 1737 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Zacharias Haas, a son of Simon Haas and Anna Rosina Zöller, who was born on 12 December 1713 and baptised on 20 December 1713 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Zacharias Flegler and wife Eva Anna Elisabetha). Zacharias was enrolled in Captain Jeremiah Hogeboom's Company in 1767.
4. Luykas Witbeck, was baptised on 23 May 1725 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Linlithgo (wit.: Claes Brusie and Catalyntje Brusie). On 10 May 1749 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg he married Cathryne Carter, a daughter of Thomas Carter and Anna Margaretha Dörner, who was born on 17 April 1727 and baptised on 4 June 1727 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg (wit.: Willem Hardik and wife Anna Catharina).

 
1775
Lyntje Winne, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Witbeck and Lyntje Winne
1. Jan Witbeck, was baptised on 26 December 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Live Winnen and Geertruy Jansz). About 1725 he married Ariaantje Decker, a daughter of Broer Janszen Decker and Cornelia Tappen, who had no birth or baptismal record.
Jan Witbeck and Ariaantje Decker have other descendants, such as:
.Cornelia Witbeck - Isaac Vradenburgh
 .Cornelia Vredenburgh - Abraham Van Deusen
  .Mariatje Van Deusen - Eli Bagley
  |.Lora Bagley - Daniel Van Dusen (below)
  | .Robert Van Dusen - Anne Hortley
  |  .Cynthia Van Dusen - Thomas Scott Marcher
  |   .Cora Brown Marcher - John F Bickel
  |    .FREDERIC MARCH (né ERNEST FREDERICK MCINTYRE BICKEL) (1897-1975) film and stage actor
  |     - FLORENCE ELDRIDGE (née MCKECHNIE) (1901-1988) film and stage actor
  |
  .Robert Van Deusen - Cloah Althizer
   .Daniel Van Dusen - Lora Bagley
    .Robert Van Dusen - Anne Hortley
     .Cynthia Van Dusen - Thomas Scott Marcher
      .Cora Brown Marcher - John F Bickel
       .FREDERIC MARCH (né ERNEST FREDERICK MCINTYRE BICKEL) (1897-1975) film and stage actor
	- FLORENCE ELDRIDGE (née MCKECHNIE) (1901-1988) film and stage actor

      
2. Tanneke Witbeck, was baptised on 24 December 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Marten Cornelisz and Tanneke Martensz). On 18 March 1711 at Klinkenbergh, New York, she married Jan Hanszen Van Hoesen, a son of Johannes Van Hoesen and Janntje Jans de Ryck, who had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born about 1687. There were two marriage entries at the Lutheran Church of New York City. In addition to the one listed above, the couple was married 11 February 1711 in Albany, Albany County, New York. In the former record, they were recorded as having been both born and living in Claverack, Columbia County, New York.
3. Pieter Witbeck, was baptised on 24 February 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jan Andriesz and Catrina Sanders), and died prior to 1718.
4. Geertruy Witbeck, married Benjamin Rees.
5. Marytje Witbeck, was baptised on 3 September 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Joannes Galen and Antje Galen). About 1718 she married Stephanus Mulder, a son of Cornelis Stephenszen Mulder and Hilletje Loockermans, who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born prior to 1683 in Albany, Albany County, New York.
6. Lyntje Witbeck, was baptised on 22 June 1701 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Levinus and Willempje Winnen), and died young.
7. Lyntje Witbeck, was baptised on 28 February 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jeremias Mulder and Teuntje Janse). She married Joris Decker, a son of Broer Janszen Decker and Cornelia Tappen, who was baptised on 9 February 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Teunis Tappan and Sara Schepmoes).

 
1780
Peter Scherp, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Laubenheim, Germany. He married on 24 November 1674 in Laubenheim, Germany. [parents]

Peter was the church warden in Laubenheim

1781
Margaretha Menck, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Peter Scherp and Margaretha Menck
1. Philip Scherp, married Anna (Margaretha) Barbara Matheß.
2. Jacob Scherp, was baptised on 5 February 1680 in Laubenheim, Germany (wit.: Jacob Böhm, Unter-Schultheiß here, and wife Anna Catharina), and drowned on 16 February 1734 in Livingston's Creek. On 26 December 1702 in Laubenheim he married as his first wife Anna Catharina Becker. On 2 November 1728 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with Banns published there on 31 October 1728) he married as his second wife and as her first husband Anna Maria Bomper.

Jacob Scherp, his wife, and 2 children, were on Captain Bouwel's ship to Holland in 1709. Jacob Scherf of Scherz, aged 25, his wife, a son aged 5, and a daughter aged 2, Ref., husbandman and vinedresser, were in the second arrivals in England later that year. Jacob Scherb made his initial appearance on the Hunter Lists on 4 August 1710 as 2 pers. over 10 yrs. of age and 1 pers. under 10. The household showed 2 over 10 and 2 under 10 on 25 March 1712. A letter in French from Cast dated 6 April 1711 mentions Jacob Scherb. Jacob Sharpe of Kinsdbury in Dutchess County, yoeman, was naturalized at New York City on 4 October 1715. Jacob Scherb and Anna Maria with 2 children were at Quunberg about 1716/17. He was a Palatine Debtor in 1718. Captain Jacob Sharp was an officer in the Albany County Militia of ye Palatine Villages in ye Mannor of Livingston in 1733. Zenger's N.Y. Weekly Journal dated 18 May 1734 noted:

"We hear from Livingston's Mannor that one Mr. Jacob Scherp, a noted Trader and Farmer there, on the 16th of Feb. last, had the Misfortune to be drowned in Livingston's Creek, by stumbling from his horse. His Body was found some days after by his own Son on a small Shoal in the Mouth of the Creek."

Letters of Adminsistration in the estate of Jacob Sharpe of Albany were granted to his two eldest sons, George and Peter Sharpe on 12 October 1734. On 7 April 1736 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Germantown Anna Bomper married as her second husband Johann Matthias Ernst.

Jacob Scherp and Maria Maria Bomper had other descendants, such as:
.Jacob Henrich Scherp - Francina Skaats
 .PETER SHARPE (1777-1842) Congressman

  

 
1784
Michael Schauer, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Bavaria, and died possibly after 1709. He married probably in Massenbach, Germany.

The registers of Massenbach call Michael a Catholic and Anna Magdalena a Lutheran. Michael Schauer was a Palantine convert from Catholocism who was admitted to the Lords Supper in the Protestant communion at the Lutheran Church at the Savoy in London shortly after 09 October 1709. A Michel Schehart, his wife, and two children, were on Captain Jno. Untank's ship in the 5th party in Holland in 1709 though it is not for sure that Michel Schehart is the same person as Michael Schauer. Magdalena made her first appearance on the Hunter Lists on 30 June 1710 with 2 persons over 10 years of age and 2 person under 10 years. Her last entry was on 31 December 1710 with the same numbers. She was recorded as Magdalin Schourer in 1718 and Magdalen Shower in 1721 on the Palatine Debt Lists. She was mentioned in the Family List for St. Peter Lutheran Church in 1734 along with her third husband Paul Engel and her daughter by her second marriage Maria Dausweberin.

1785
Anna Magdalena (__), had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born about 1659, and died after 1734 probably in New York State. She married as her first husband Michael Schauer. On 13 February 1711 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church she married as her second husband and as his second husband Johann Melchior Dausweberin, the widower of (__), who was born on 1 January 1655 in Burshel, Marbach Community, Württemberg. Prior to 1734 she married as her third husband Paul Engel.
 
Children of Michael Schauer and Anna Magdalena (__)
1. (Hans or Johann) Michael Schauer, was born on 17 April 1699 in Massenbach, Germany, baptised there on 30 May 1699 (wit.: Anthoni Bikel, Anwald), died on 16 August 1772 in Heidelberg Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, and buried in St. Daniel's Cemetery, Robesonia, Berks County, Pennsylvania. About 1717 in New York he married Elisabetha Catharina Lauck, a daughter of Johann Valentine Lauck and Anna Catharina Ruehl, who was baptised on 7 October 1696 in Wallau, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia, and died in 1784 in Heidelberg Township.

Johann Michael was confirmed on Easter 1713 at Newtown, New York according to records from the West Camp Lutheran Churchbook. He was naturalised on 8 and 9 September 1715. He was a Palatine Debtor in 1718, 1719, 1721, 1722, and 1726. His obituary in the Tulpehocken Churchbook states that he was born in Massebach, Germany.

Last Will and Testament of Michael Schauer
Written 27 November 1771, Recorded 26 August 1772

Heidelberg Township in Berks County, the 27th day of November 1771

As God hath given me a natural Body and also a Soul so I commend my Body to the Earth as his mother's lap, and my Soul I commend to God who hath given it to me. And with my dear Wife and with my Children and with my Estate I will that it shall be holden as follows:

First I will that all my Estate, personal and real, moveable or immoveable, be they land or money or bonds, notes, book debts or household goods, as of what denomination they may be, shall remain in the Hands of my dear Wife as long as she lives or does not marry. But in case the Burden shall be too heavy for her she may sell at vendue and the money arisen from the vendue she may expend toward her necessary maintenance or to my children where it shall be well laid out towards their inheritance their Father's estate on their giving just obligations & therewith that she may not be over reached. First I will and order that my son-in-law Mattheus Miller as my good friend shall be Executor over my beloved wife and over my transitory estate. The Heirs that have already money in advance shall orderly and yearly pay the interest to the Mother. If they will not do that they must pay the Capital to the Mother.

Secondly, when it shall please God to take my Wife out of the World I will that my deceased son's, Adam Schauer's, children shall have fifteen shillings for their father's birth right and then fifteen shillings Michael Shauer shall have for advance.

And finally thirdly, after my wife's decease, I will that my whole estate and what I leave behind and which my wife in her life time shall have in hand, shall be divided in equal shares among all my children, and if one or more of my children shall not be alive, his share which comes to him without distinction shall be divided among his children.

Fourthly - but if one or the other of my children or grandchildren shall not be satisfied with this my will and testament, he or she shall have one English shilling and no more but from the rest of the whole inheritance shall be excluded.

Fifthly I will and ordain to be Executors my good friends Henry Fiddler, Mattheus Wenrich theYounger and Mattheus Miller in the first Article mentioned.

Sixthly the names of my children among whom my estate in the above manner shall be divided are Adam the first born. My daughters are Elisabetha and Magdalina and Catharina and Maria Catharina and Anna Maria and Anna Christina and Ephrosina and Siwilla and Susanna and Eva.

And this is thus my last serious will and testament, whereby I at the same time make void all former wills. For the ratifying all and singular the above mentioned Articles I Michael Schauer have to this my testament set my hand and seal the day and year as above mentioned.

Michel Schauer (MS - his mark)

Signed and sealed and acknowledged in the

Ludwig Fischer
Georg Wing
Stefan Leinner

2. Johann Adam Schauer, married Maria Elisabeth Fritz.
3. Anna Magdalena Schauer, was baptised on 2 April 1704 as recorded t the Evangelical Parish in Massenbach, Germany (wit.: Anton Bikels, Jagers allhier Anna).
4. Maria Katharina Schauer, was baptised on 4 September 1706 in Massenbach, Germany (wit.: Katharina, Michael Ottenbachers Tochter). She married Johann Henrich Busch, a son of Johann Daniel Busch and Anna Margaretha Eichert, who was born on 11 October 1701 in Rittershausen, Palatine, Germany, and baptised (no date) in Ewersbach Church (wit.: Johann Henrich, son of Jost Schdfer there, and Anna Catharina, daughter of Johann Jost Busch of Ebersbach).

Henrich was naturalized on 17 January 1715/16 according to Albany Naturalization records. He was first taxed in Dutchess County, New York, in 1723/1724. His will, dated 19 July 1780, was proved on 18 January 1791 in Dutchess County.


 
 
Children of Johann Melchior Dausweberin and Anna Magdalena (__)
1. Maria Regina Dausweberin, was born on 24 January 1712 in West Camp, New York, and baptised on 31 January 1712 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Johann Straub and wife Maria Elisabeth, and Maria Regina Fridrich). She was confirmed on 28 February 1733 at Teerbosch as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg.

 
1786
Jurg Wilhelm Fritz, had no birth or baptismal record.

Jurg, his wife, and 3 children, were in the 6th party of Palatines in the Netherlands in 1709. He made his first appearance on the Hunter Lists on 1 July 1710 with 3 persons over 10 years of age in the family. He and his family were at Hunderston about 1716/17. He was on the Palatine Debtors Lists dated 1718, 1719, 1722, and 1726.

1787
Maria Elisabetha Kauffmann, had no birth or baptismal record. Did she married as a first husband (__) Petri? [parents]
 
Children of Jurg Wilhelm Fritz and Maria Elisabetha Kauffmann
1. Maria Elisabetha Fritz, married Johann Adam Schauer.
2. Johan Christophel Fritz, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1689 in Anhausen near Neuweid in the Westerwald, Germany, and died prior to 19 November 1765. About 1723 he married Anna Dieterich, a daughter of Christian Dieterich and Magdalena Remagen, who was born in Segendorf, Germany, and baptised on 22 September 1689 in Neiderbieber, Germany.

Johan was a Palatine Debtor on the Livingston Debt Lists 23 February 1726. He was referred to as deceased at his daughter Catharina's wedding.

Johan Christophel Fritz and Anna Dieterich have other descendants, such as:
.Christian Fritz - Elisabetha Waldorff
 .Catharina Fritz - Johannes Jacobi
  .Petrus Jacobi - Maria Holsappel
   .Catherine Henrietta Jacobi - Johannes Shufelt
    .Elvira Shufelt - William Henry Miller
     .Frank Shufelt Miller - Mary Cordelia Carpenter
      .Harlow Archie Miller - Evelyn Louise Vyett
       .Mildred Anne Miller - THOMAS PHILLIP O'NEILL, Jr. (aka TIP)(1912-1994) Congressman, Speaker of the House

      
3. Anna Elisabetha Fritz, was born on 5 May 1708.

 
1788
Johann Philipp Kreußler, was baptised on 26 January 1679 in Niederneisen, Germany, and died after 1744 probably in Schoharie Valley, New York. He married on 26 April 1701 in Guntersblum, Germany.

Johann made his initial appearance on the Hunter Lists 1 July 1710 with 2 persons over 10 years of age and 2 persons under 10 in the family. The entries changed to 3 persons over 10 years and 1 person under 10 years on 24 June 1711 and then to 4 persons over 10 years on 25 March 1712. He and his family were in New York City in 1710/11 and naturalized, next to Gorg Chryselar, 8/9 September 1715 according to Kingston, New York naturalization records. He, his wife, and three children were living at Beckmansland about 1716/17. Johann was a Palatine Debtor in 1718 and 1721 according to the Livingston Debt Lists. About 1744 he was mentioned as living with the family of Hieronymus Kräusler in the Schoharie Valley. [parents]

1789
Anna Catharina Braun, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1680 probably in Udenheim, Germany, died prior to November 1733, and was buried in Loonenburg, Greene County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Johann Philipp Kreußler and Anna Catharina Braun
1. Johann Georg Kreisler, was baptised on 30 April 1702 in Guntersblum, Germany (wit.: Joh. Georg, eldest son of the Unterschultheiss Joh. Jacob [__]). Prior to 27 December 1724 he married Anna Christina Streit, a daughter of Luwdig Streit and Magdalena (__), who was baptised on 30 March 1704 in the Westhofen Catholic Church in Germany.
2. Johannes Kreisler, married Anna Eva Catharina Manck.
3. Beata Maria Kreisler, was baptised on 19 September 1706 in Guntersblum, Germany (wit.: the daughter of the cooper Johannes Eyrich), and probably died prior to 1 July 1710.
4. Johann Henrich Valentine Kreisler, was baptised on 13 September 1710 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Henrich Mehs and Valentin Presler). Johann Henrich was baptised by the Rev. Joshua Kocherthal. He was not counted in the subsistence list of 4 August 1710 nor in that of 4 October 1710 and may have died between those dates.
5. Johan Hieronymus Kreisler, was born on 6 March 1713 and baptised on 8 March 1713 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Hieronymus Klein and Johann Planck), and died on 21 September 1751 in Schoharie County, New York. He married as her first husband Maria Margaretha Bauch, who had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born about 1715 in West Camp, Ulster County, New York, and died on 20 June 1753. On 7 November 1752, Maria Margaretha married as her second husband Michel Hilsinger.

Hieronymous was confirmed on 15 April 1729 at Newton (according to records of the Lutheran Church of New York City). Between 1740 and 1742, Hieronymous moved to Schoharie. In 1742 Hieronymous bought land in South East New Dorlach (Seward), on 16 April 1744. Jeronymous Crysler, William Bouck, and Frederick (__) purchased 12,000 acres of land from the Indians for £30. Hieronymous developed 80 acres and built his home in Fultonham, 10 miles south of Schoharie. Jeronimus was appointed Elder of Lutheran Church of Dominie Peter N. Somers at Schoharie on 1 May 1749.

Johan Heironymous Kreisler and Maria Margaretha Bauch have other descendants, such as:
.Adam Chrysler - Anna Maria Hoover
|.John Chrysler - Elizabeth Morden
| .Ralph Morden Chrysler - Elsie Gansevoort
|  .Catherine Maria Chrysler - ALEXANDER SMITH JOHNSON (1817-1878) New York Court of Appeals Chief Judge
|   .Abigail Adams Johnson - John Forman Seymour
|    .HORATIO SEYMOUR (1844-1907) civil engineer and surveyor
|
Philip Chrysler - Elizabeth Braun
.JOHN CRYSLER (1770-1852) Canadian politician - Dorothea Adams Myers
 .JOHN PLINY CRYSLER (1801-1881) Canadian politician

      
6. Anna Catharina Kreisler, was baptised on 13 October 1714 and baptised on 17 October 1714 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church (wit.: Catharina Elisabetha Rau, Appolonia Froehlich, and Johann Philipp Heller). On 11 December 1733 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Catskill (with banns published on 22 September 1733 as recorded at the Zion Lutheran Church of Loonenburg) she married Gabriel Graad, a son of Johannes Graad and Johanna Walpurga (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1703 in Germany, and died after 1778.

Gabriel was listed as a farmer at Claverack, aged 59 years, in 1762. He appeared on the Rhinebeck tax rolls 1737/38 - 1741/42. The "Minutes of The Commission for Conspiracies" indicate that Gabriel was tried before the Commission on 24 April 1778, and released when his son Nicholas gave £100 sterling bail.


 
1790
Jacob Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1669/1670 probably in Urbach, commune Neuwied, Germany, and died after 1716 probably in New York State. He married about 1692.

Jacob was a husbandman and vinedresser. In 1703 he was called a tailor at Hartert, Germany. He left Germany and arrived in London 2 (12) June June 1707 in the third pary of Palatine emigrants. He was in America by the winter of 1710 and settled in the Hudson Valley.

1791
Anna Margaretha (__), had no birth or baptismal record and was born 1669 probably in Urbach, commune Neuwied, Germany, and died after 1726 probably in New York State.
 
Children of Jacob Manck and Anna Margaretha (__)
1. Anna Veronica Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1690/92 in Urbach, commune Neuwied, Germany. On 28 September 1714 as recorded at the West Camp Lutheran Church, New York, she married as his first wife Johann Mattheus Jung, a son of Jerg Hans Jung and possibly Anna Elisabeth (__), who was baptsied on 11 July 1694 in Genheim, commune Stromberg, Germany (wit.: Joh. Mattheus Müller and Joh. Wißwycks).

Johann was referred to as the Reformed voorleezer in the baptismal record of his daughter Gertraud. Johan Mathis Junck was naturalized on 8 and 9 September 1715. On 14 November 1731 he married as his second wife Catharina Diederich.

.Anna Veronica Manck and Johann Mattheus Jung have other descendants, such as:
|.Catharina Elizabetha Jung - Georg Wilhelm Dederick
|.Zacharias Dederick - Catharine Behr
| .William Dederick - Lena Van Garden
|  .Catharina Dederick - William Allen Dumont
|   .James Allen Dumont - Elizabeth M'Clenahan
|    .May Dumont - EDWARD CLARK POTTER (1857-1923) sculptor
|
.Peter Jung - Elizabeth Moscher
 .Jeremiah P. Young - Mary Salome Strobeck
  .Mary Young - Robert N. Weller
   .Diana Catharine Weller - Edwin O. Andrews
    .Evagene Irene Andrews - Clarence LeFever France
     .Helen Genave France - Charles M. Warner
      .Myron France Warner - Jeannette McBride
       .Elizabeth McBride Warner - James Frederick Hall
	.RICHARD MELVILLE HALL (aka MOBY) (1965-living) composer

      
2. (__) Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1692 in Rengsdorf, Germany, and (he or she) died there on 6 July 1703.
3. (__) Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1695 in Rengsdorf, Germany, and died there on 9 September 1704.
4. Anna Eva Catharina Manck, married Johannes Kreisseler.
5. Anna Barbara Manck, was baptised on 3 September 1702 in Rengsdorf, Germany (wit.: Anna Barbara Fackert and Georg Runckel from Harttert), and died there 10 September 1704.
6. Eva Maria Manck, was baptised on 28 February 1706 in Rengsdorf, Germany (wit.: Theiss Hofmann, Eva Anhauser, and Maria Gertrud Moll). She may be the child who died on 30 March 1715 in West Camp, New York.
7. (__) Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1711 in West Camp, New York. He or she may be the child who died on 30 March 1715 at West Camp.
8. Anna Elisabetha Manck, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1713 in West Camp, New York. She married as his first wife Johann Henrich Meyer, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1708. About 1740 in New York Johann Henrich married as his second wife Elizabeth Althauser.

 
GENERATION 12
2088
Egidius Buysse, had no birth or baptismal record.
2089
Judoca (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Egidius Buysse and Judoca (__)
1. Joannes Buysse, married Elizabeth Dhaenens.

 
2092
Jan de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
2093
Grietken de Clercq, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Jan de Wulf and Grietken de Clercq
1. Abraham de Wulf, married as his first wife Joanna de Zutter, and as his second wife Judoca Grijp.
2. Petrus de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record.
3. Margaretha de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and died about 1647 in Oostburg, East Flanders, Belgium. On 30 April 1630 in Lembeke, Eats Flanders, Belgium, she married as her first husband Georges Claeys, a son of Marijn Claeys and Susanna de Wulf, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1637. She married as her second husband Joos van de Kerckhove, who had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Jan de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record. On 24 April 1622 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, he married Catharina Claeys, a daughter of Marijn Claeys and Susanna de Wulf, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 22 June 1637 in Lembeke.
5. Catharina de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Geeraert van Haute, who had no birth or baptismal record.

 
2094
Georgius/Jooris de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record.
2095
Martina (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Georgius/Jooris de Zuttere and Martina (__)
1. Joanna de Zutter, married Abraham de Wulf.
2. (speculation)Georgius de Sutter, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 10 January 1654 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 21 October 1638 he married as his first wife Petronella de Wulf(ran), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 3 October 1643 in Lembeke. On 27 April 1644 in Lembeke he married as his second wife Pauwelyna van de Rostijne.

 
2144
Jooris van Overvelt, had no birth or baptismal record
2145
(__), had no birth or baptismal record
 
Children of Jooris van Overvelt and (__)
1. Jacobus van Overvelt, married Francynken Teirlinck.

 
2146
Vincent Teirlinck, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 28 January 1647 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 16 August 1620 in Lembeke.
2147
Jacquemijne/Jacoba Lippens, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 3 August 1653 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married as her first husband Jacques de Reytere, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 19 January 1602 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married as her second husband Paesschier Gheerts, who had no birth or baptismal record. On 16 August 1620 in Lembeke she married as her third husband Vincentius Teirlinck. [parents]
 
Children of Jacques de Reytere and Jacoba Lippens
1. Hansken/Jan de Reytere, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 19 January 1602.

 
 
Children of Vincent Teirlinck and Jacquemijne/Jacoba Lippens
1. Maeyken/Maria Teirlinck, was born on 26 December 1612 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 26 December 1612. She married Vincent Philips.
2. Francijntgen/Francynken Teirlinck, married Jacobus van Overvelt.
3. Georgius Teirlinck, was born on 15 November 1621 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 15 November 1621, and died there on 15 June 1658. On 11 June 1645 in Lembeke he married as her first husband Livina van Bambossche, a daughter of Christoffel van Bambossche and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record, died on 17 July 1678 in Lembeke, and was buried there on 19 July 1678. She married as her second husband Arnold Teirlinck (relationship to Georgius Teirlinck is unknown).
4. Frans Teirlinck, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 21 September 1653 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 6 May 1646 in Lembeke he married as her first husband Anna de Roo, a daughter of Gabriël de Roo and Maria van Laere, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 20 April 1677. She married as her second husband Cornelis de Wulf.

 
2148
Adriaen Rogiers, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
2149
Begella Wulfram, had no birth or baptismal record. Jeremias Wulfram may possibly be her father, her brother, or a close relative.
 
Children of Adriaen Rogiers and Begella Wulfram
1. Vincent Rogiers, married Margaretha de Wulf.
2. Frans Rogiers, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 12 June 1663 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.

 
2150
Gabriël de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 24 December 1641 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married as his first wife Vincentijne Steppe, a daughter of Jan Steppe and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 17 February 1610. Prior to 1615 in Lembeke he married as his second wife Catharina Martens. [parents]
 
Children of Gabriël de Wulf and Vincentijne Steppe
1. Stoffelijnken de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Hansken/Joannes de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1610 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. On 17 August 1641 in Lembeke he married Catharina Rogiers, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 28 May 1687.
3. Catelijnken de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
2151
Catharina Martens, had no birth or baptismal record, died on 13 January 1664 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and was buried there on 15 January 1664.
 
Children of Gabriël de Wulf and Catharina Martens
1. Gabriël de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1620 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 10 May 1670. On 6 November 1644 in Lembeke he married Maria Teirlinck, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 24 April 1683 in Lembeke.
2. Gregorius de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1618 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 27 October 1669. On 19 November 1638 in Lembeke he married Petronella Lippens, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 4 May 1661 in Lembeke.
3. Joris de Wulf, was born on 22 March 1615 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 22 March 1615, and died there prior to 1622.
4. Pieter de Wulf, had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Maria de Wulf, was born on 12 October 1620 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on the same day. She married Isack Daenes, who had no birth or baptismal record.
6. Georges de Wulf, was born on 8 August 1622 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died on 27 April 1662 in Lembeke. On 31 July 1647 in Lembeke he married as her first husband Maria van de Rostijne, a daughter of Joannes van de Rostijne and Livina de Taeye, who was born on 11 December 1622 in Lembeke and died there on 4 August 1669. She married as her second husband Georges Megro.
7. Cornelius de Wulf, was born on 14 April 1627 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there prior to 1628.
8. Cornelis de Wulf, was born on 4 June 1628 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on the same day, and died there on 23 May 1670. On 25 April 1654 in Lembeke he married as her second husband Anna de Roo, the widow of Frans Teirlinck and a daughter of Gabriël de Roo and Maria van Laere, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 20 Aril 1677.
9. Margaretha de Wulf, married as her first husband Vincent Rogiers, and as her second husband Thomas de Jaeghere.

 
2152
Cornelis Standaert, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 19 January 1602 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium.
2153
Pierynken Lippens, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Cornelis Standaert and Pierynken Lippens
1. Tanneken Standaert had no birth or baptismal record. She married Petrus van Landtschoot, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Hansken/Joannes Standaert, had no birth or baptismal record. He married as his first wife and as her second husband Maria Bral, the widower of Christoffel de Causmaecker and a daughter of Lieven Bral and Pierijntken Wouters, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 8 March 1627 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married as his second wife Judoca Hebbrechts, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 31 July 1661 in Lembeke.
3. Joorken/Jooris Standaert, married as his first wife Anna van Waes, and as his second wife Petronella Speeckaert.
4. Maeyken/Maria Standaert, had no birth or baptismal record. She married as her first husband Petrus Speeckaert, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 17 January 1634 probably in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. She married as her second husband Petrus Vermeersch.

 
2154
Jacobus Speeckaert, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 2 December 1648 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium. He married prior to 1625. [parents]
2155
Betken/Elisabeth de Pape, was no birth or baptismal record and died on 1 May 1658 in Kaprijke, East Flanders Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Jacobus Speeckaert and Betken/Elisabeth de Pape
1. Joanna Speeckaert, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1613 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, died there on 14 March 1690, and was buried there on the same day. On 21 November 1632 in Kaprijke she married Livinus de Causmaecker, a son of Christophorus de Causmaecker and Maria Brat, who was born on 17 September 1615 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 28 March 1669 in Kaprijke.
2. Maeyken/Maria Speeckaert, was born on 21 May 1619 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there about 1676. On 13 January 1638 in Dordrecht, South Holland, The Netherlands, she married Joannes van Vooren, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 16 December 1659 in Kaprijke. She married as her second husband Adriaan Verheyst, who had no birth or baptismal record.
3. Petronella Speeckaert, married Jooris Standaert.
4. Joannes Speeckaert, was born on 4 January 1628 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 29 January 1697 in Kaprijke. He married Maria de Walsche, who had no birth or baptismal record.
5. Jacobus Speeckaert, was born on 13 April 1632 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there in 1676. After 1652 he married Joanna Rogiers, who had no birth or baptismal record and died in 1679 in Kaprijke.
6. Vincentius Speeckaert, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1625 in Kaprijke, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 13 January 1662. After 1642 in Kaprijke he married as her first husband Catharina van Dapel, a daughter of Jan van Dapel and (__), who was born on 28 November 1624 in Kaprijke, and died there on 14 April 1694. She married as her second wife Gabriël Huyghe.

 
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Niklaes van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record.
2173
(__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Niklaes van de Rostijne and (__)
1. Joannes van de Rostijne, married Livina de Taeye.
2. Elisabeth van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record, and died in 1627 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium. Prior to 1620 in Lembeke she married as his first wife Jan Grijp, a son of Jan Grijp and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 22 March 1662 in Lembeke. He married as his second wife Catharina Dhaese, and as his third wife Petronella Claeys.
3. (possibly) Livinus van de Rostijne, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1598. On 21 October 1629 in Lembeke, East Flanders, Belgium, he married Jacoba van Vooren, a daughter of Georges van Vooren and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1604.

 
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2304
(__) Nijskens, had no birth or baptismal record.
2305
(__) van der Reij, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of (__) Nijskens and (__) van der Reij
1. Pieter Nijskens, married Maria (Gijsen/Ginsen/Gissen).

 
2384
Aernout Clays, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1601, and died on 7 June 1660 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 20 November 1622 in Sleidinge, East Flanders, Belgium, as his first wife Catharina Buysse. On 11 October 1638 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, he married as his second wife and as her first husband Elisabeth Dondermans, a daughter of Gilles Dondermans and Maeyken Willaert, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1616, and died on 5 March 1673 in Adegem. She married as her second husband Cornelis Willems. [parents]
 
Children of Aernout Clays and Elisabeth Dondermans
1. Livina Clays, was born on 17 October 1639 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 20 October 1639 (Godparents: Livinus Mariman and Livinia Maghermans), and died there on 21 November 1639.
2. Lucas Clays, was born on 2 January 1641 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there "a week later" (Godparents: Georgius Roeygens and Judoca Rillaers), and died and was buried between 13 March 1641 and 1 April 1641.
3. Arnoldus Clays, was born on 23 October 1644 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 9 May 1678 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium. On 16 October 1668 in Adegem he married Maria Blondeel, a daughter of Pieter Blondeel and Mayken van Loo, who was born on 27 June 1649.

 
2385
Catharina Buysse, had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
 
Children of Aernout Clays and Catharina Buysse
1. Joannes/Jan Claeijs, married Susanna de Smet.
2. Maria Clays, was baptised on 19 January 1625 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents; Matthias Van Hecke from Sleidinge and Maria Clays, wife of Livinus Mariman), and died on 4 June 1671 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 29 November 1646 in Adegem she married Jooris Fockaert, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 12 Setpember 1671 (probably in Adegem).
3. Dionysius Clays, was born on 8 August 1626 in Waarschoot East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 10 August 1626 (Godparents: Dyonisius Buysse from Sleidinge and Margareta de Pau, wife of Joannes Clays). On 17 October 1654 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, he married Anthonia Verlee.
4. Petrus Clays, was born on 15 April 1628 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 24 April 1628 (Godparents: Judoca Buysse, wife of Zeger de Brabanter from Sleidinge), and died on 19 September 1653 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married as her first husband Georgia Stockman, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1627, and died on 27 March 1679 in Adegem. She married as her second husband Laurens de Brabandere.
5. Margaretha Clays, was born on 7 April 1630 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 14 April 1630 (Godparents: Jacobus van Speybroeck from Sleidinge, and Margaretha Clays, wife of Christophorus de Baets from Lovendengem), and died there on 28 May 1630.
6. Paschasia Clays, was born on 2 March 1631 in Waarshoot and baptised there on 9 March 1631 (Godparents: Georgius Goethals, son of Georgius, and Paschasia Verbust, wife of Pieter Clays from Kaprijke). On 12 June 1651 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, she married Judocus Dhaenens.
7. Judocus Clays, was born on 27 February 1633 in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 6 March 1633 (Godparents: Peter van Laere and Joanna de Pau, wife of Bernardus van Hecke from Zomergem), and died on 6 (__) 1671 in Oostwinkel, East Flanders, Belgium. On 19 October 1664 in Oostwinkel he married Cathelijne de Brabander, the widow of Jacques Vandevelde and Jan Standaert and a daughter of Laureyns de Brabander and (__), who was baptised on 30 March 1627 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 11 February 1685 in Oostwinkel. She married as her fourth husband Christopher Matthijs.
8. Zacharias Clays, was born on 5 October 1634 in Waarschoot, baptised there on 8 October 1634 (Godparents: Jan Clays and Carola de Vlieger, wife of Joannes de Reu from Lovendegem), and died on 16 April 1678 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 30 April 1661 he married Catharina Potaert, a daughter of Pieter Potaert and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1631, and died on 17 September 1691 in Oostwinkel, East Flanders, Belgium. Witnesses to the marriage were Georgius Clais and Elisabeth Dondermans.

 
2386
Gillis de Smet, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1585, and died in 1655. He married as his first wife Tanneken Matthijs. About 1627/1628 he married as his second wife Joanna de Zuttere, a daughter of Jacobus de Zuttere and Adriana Maes, who had no birth or baptismal record. About 1631/1632 he married as his third wife Martijntje Wouters (or Wauters), a daughter of Livinus Wouters and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 6 July 1658 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium.

Gillis operated a brewery in Raverschoot, East Flanders, Belgium, from which he supplied ale tothe many inns, pubs, and ale houses in the region. He also owned several windmills.

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Tanneken Matthijs, had no birth or baptismal record and died about 1627 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Gillis de Smet and Tanneken Matthijs
1. Susanna de Smet, married Joannes/Jan Claeijs.
2. Corneel de Smet, was baptised on 19 November 1611 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jacob van Lanschoot and Elijsabet Bauts).
3. Pieter de Smet, was baptised on 16 February 1615 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Pieter Gillis and Jaekemijnne van Vussen). He married Judoca Verbiest, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 3 March 1647 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
4. Maria de Smet, was baptised on 1 November 1619 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Guilliame de Crock and Maike Daenis).
5. Jan de Smet, was baptised on 29 May 1623 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Henderick de Brock and Anna van Lijndt), and died young.
6. Jan de Smet, was baptised on 19 March 1625 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Heer Roland Vermeersch and Magdalena echtg. Antoon Stobbelare).
7. Anna de Smet, was baptised on 14 February 1627 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Antoon Stobbelare and Jacoba echtg. Gerard van Renterghem).

 
 
Children of Gillis de Smet and Joanna de Zuttere
1. Adriana de Smet, was baptised on 16 November 1628 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Andreas de Smit and Adriana echtg. Jacob de Zuttere), and died prior to 1655.

 
 
Children of Gillis de Smet and Martijntje Wouters
1. Lieven de Smet, was baptised on 8 August 1632 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Pieter Wouters fs Lieven, and Elisabeth echtg. Philip Wouters).
2. Petronilla de Smet, was baptised on 4 July 1634 in Bellem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: (__)). On 1 February 1658 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, she married Petrus Ramont (or Raman).
3. Elisabeth de Smet, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Jan de Rinck.
4. Gillis de Smet, was baptised on 3 January 1641 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jacques Meijnaert and (__) echtg. Corneel de Smet).
5. Fransoijs de Smet, was baptised on 15 February 1643 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adriaan Harens and Janneken Martens).
6. Jan de Smet, was born on 8 March 1645 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 12 March 1645 (Godparents: Meester Jan Sionkers and Elisabeth de Vijt echtg. Peter Soetaert).
7. Paschasia de Smet, was born on 17 April 1650 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 24 April 1650 (Godparents: Adriaan van Gisdaele and Barbara Maris echtg. Gaspar van Maldeghem), and was buried there on 12 September 1656.

 
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Roelandt de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1590 in Maldegen, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
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Livina (__), had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Roelandt de Zuttere and Livina (__)
1. Maria de Zuttere, was baptised on 14 October 1612 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Matheus van Steenberghe and Margriete wed. Joris de Clerq).
2. Roelandt de Zuttere, married Anna de Vriendt.
3. Catharina de Zuttere, was baptised on 14 November 1617 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Troost and Cahtarina de Zuttere fa Jacob).
4. Joannes de Zuttere, was baptised on 12 February 1619 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Deeuwe and Joanna wed. Livien Blomdeel).
5. Joanna de Zuttere, was baptised on 5 June 1620 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Livien Maes and Joanna de Zuttere fa Jacob).
6. Jan de Zuttere, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1623, and died on 2 February 1678 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. On 20 July 1649 in Maldegem, he married as his first wife Cathelijne Lambrechts, a daughter of Robert Lambrechts and Anna van Speybroeck, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1628, and died on 13 May 1654 in Maldegem. On 17 December 1654 in Sint-Laureins, East Flanders, Belgium, he married as his second wife Judoca Haerens, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1634 in Sint-Laureins.

 
2390
Joos de Vriendt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1605, and died on 11 January 1663 in Maldegen, East Flanders, Belgium. Prior to 1625 he married as his first wife Catharina Batens. On 1 June 1661 in Maldegem he married as his second wife Anna van Hulle, a daughter of Gillis van Hulle and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record. [parents]
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Catharina Batens, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1594, and died on 23 February 1657 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Joos de Vriendt and Catharina Batens
1. Anna de Vriendt, married Roelandt de Zuttere.
2. Niclaas de Vriendt, had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1637 in Adegem, East Flanders, Belgium, and died on 26 January 1660 in Maldegem, East Flanders, Belgium. With Banns published on 24 April 1657 in Maldegem he married as her first Maria Blondeel, a daughter of Franciscus Blondeel and Maria de Rijke, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1637, and died on 7 April 1695 in Maldegem. She married as her second husband Petrus Roelof.

 
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Phillipus van Mullem, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1588, and died on 8 April 1649 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium. On 27 October 1624 in Sint-Niklaas he married as his first wife Amelbergha Coppens. He married as his second wife (__). [parents]
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Amelberga Coppens, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1699. [parents]
 
Children of Phillipus van Mullem and Amelberga Coppens
1. Catharina van Mullem, was born on 15 October 1625 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 15 October 1625, and died there on 21 November 1699.
2. Joannes van Mullem, was born on 1 August 1628 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 6 August 1628. On 23 August 1651 in Sint-Niklaas he married as his first wife Amelberga de Groote, a daughter of Gillis de Groote and Lijsbette de Bruyne had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1626, and was buried on 5 September 1667 in Sint-Niklaas. On 24 January 1668 he married as his second wife Amelberga de Juiste, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born in 1643.
3. Judoca van Mullem, was born on 15 January 1631 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 19 January 1631.
4. Joanna van Mullem, was born on 20 July 1633 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 24 July 1633, and died there on 9 August 1703.
5. Petrus van Mullem, married Barbara Vercauteren.
6. Amelberga van Mullem, was born on 24 July 1638 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 27 July 1638, and died there on 11 April 1702. On 4 July 1660 in Temse, East Flanders, Belgium, she married Egidius de Rijcke, a son of Adriaen de Rijcke and Catharina de Schepper, who was born on 10 February 1635 in Sint-Niklaas.
7. Elizabeth van Mullem, was born on 2 August 1642 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 4 August 1642, and died there on 13 November 1681.

 
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Joannes Vercauteren, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1594/1597, and died on 2 January 1659 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 23 November 1627 in Sint-Niklaas. [parents]
2463
Joanna/Janneken Wijnacker, was born on 24 November 1607 in Temse, East Flanders, Belgium, and died (no date) in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Joannes Vercauteren and Joanna/Janneken Wijnacker
1. Aegidius Vercauteren, was born on 3 January 1629 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 7 January 1629, and died there on 3 May 1661.
2. Martinus Vercauteren, was born on 8 September 1630 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 11 September 1630, and died there on 17 January 1685. On 5 June 1660 in Sint-Niklaas he married as her first husband Judoca Verbraecken, a daughter of Petrus Verbraken and Anna de Suttere, who was born on 30 August 1640 in Sint-Niklaas, and died there on 23 December 1699. She married on 8 November 1687 in Sint-Niklaas as her second husband Joannes Nijs.
3. Antonius Vercauteren, was born on 22 January 1633 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 23 January 1633, and died there on 27 January 1703.
4. Barbara Vercauteren, married Petrus van Mullem.
5. Joannes Vercauteren, was born on 16 October 1637 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 17 October 1637, and died young.
6. Thomas Vercauteren, was born on 2 November 1642 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 4 November 1642.
7. Joanna Vercauteren, was born on 10 April 1646 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 10 April 1645, and died there on 15 July 1652.
8. Joannes Vercauteren, was born on 9 January 1648 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 12 January 1648.
9. Catharina Vercauteren, was born on 27 October 1651 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, baptised there on 29 October 1651, and died there on 30 April 1660.
10. Michael Vercauteren, was born on 18 November 1653 in Sint-Niklaas, East Flanders, Belgium, and baptised there on 19 November 1653.

 
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Judocus Scheerlinck, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1666.
2465
Catharina Droeshout, was baptised on 3 March 1594 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium, and died in September 1666. [parents]
 
Children of Judocus Scheerlinck and Catharina Droeshout
1. Guilielmus/Wilhelmus Scheerlinck, married Maria Coppens.
2. Petrus Scheerlinck, was baptised on 13 March 1622 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Droeshout en Maria Scherlinc).
3. Cornelius Scheerlinck, was baptised on 15 February 1626 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Smet en Petrina Droeshout).
4. Maria Scheerlinck, was baptised on 15 February 1629 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Gerardus Sceerlinck en Maria Van Varenbergh).
5. Joannes Scheerlinck, was baptised on 12 April 1631 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Droeshout en Catharina Verbeurcht). On 8 July 1656 in Erembodegem he married Judoca Van Vaerenberg, a daughter of Michiel van Varenbergh and Magdalena Ghijsels, who was baptised on 3 December 1627 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Petrus Van Vaerenberg en Judoca Henricx), and died on 3 April 1667. Witnesses to the marriage were Michael Van Varenbergh and Judocus Scheerlinck.
6. Catharina Scheerlinck, was baptised on 14 March 1634 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Michael Droeshout en Catharina Machiels).

 
2466
Gerardus Coppens, had no birth ot baptismal record and died on 23 August 1640 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. He married on 19 May 1609 in Erembodegem (witnesses: Barbara Dedemaker, Petrus van Varenbergh, and Cornelius de Rijcke). Marriage Banns were published on 25 April 1609 in Brussels, Belgium.
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Catharina Dedemaeckers, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1589 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
 
Children of Gerardus Coppens and Catharina Deegdemakers
1. Joannes Coppens, was baptised on 30 June 1610 Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Deegdemakers), and died there on 30 June 1610.
2. Judoca Coppens, was baptised on 31 July 1611 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Dedemaekers en Judoca Sadeleer), and died there on 27 January 1682. On 8 June 1632 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 24 April 1632) she married Christianus de Vriese. Witnesses to the Banns were Judocus van der Elst en Egidius de Vriese. Witnesses to the marriage were Gerardus Coppens and Egidius de Vriese.
3. Elisabeth Coppens, was baptised on 3 April 1614 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Dedemaeker en Elisabeth (__)elers). She died young.
4. Barbara Coppens, was baptised on 10 April 1616 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Der Elst en Barbara Dedemaecker), and died there on 16 November 1694. She married Joannes Callebaut, who died prior to 1694.
5. Elisabeth Coppens, was baptised on 17 February 1619 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Dedemaeckers en Elisabeth T'hons), and died there on 19 July 1686. On 29 May 1674 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 19 May 1674) she married Joannes Aelbrecht, who had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 29 May 1685 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the Banns were Nicolaes de Brabander and Joannes Coppens. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Callebaut and Joannes Coppens.
6. Joanna Coppens, was baptised on 3 February 1622 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Dedemaeker en Joanna Cleerhagen). On 24 August 1644 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 1 August 1644) she married Joannes van Molle, possibly the son of Jacobus van Molle and Catharina Vlemincx, who was baptised on 20 February 1623 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Joannes Van De Maele en Philippina Van Mol). Witnesses to the Banns were Jacobus van Molle and Adrianus van Molle). Witnesses to the marriage were Jacobus van Molle and Adrianus van Molle.
7. Anna Coppens, was baptised on 12 May 1627 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Guilielmus Arijs and Anna Van De Elst). On 16 November 1656 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 25 October 1656) she married Jacobus Droeshout. Witnesses to the Banns were Jacobus Droeshout and Judocus de Bleser. Witnesses to the marriage were Jacobus Droeshout and Joannes Callebaut.
8. Maria Coppens, married Guilielmus/Wilhelmus Scheerlinck.
9. Petrina Coppens, was baptised on 3 October 1635 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Guilielmus Arijs en Petrina Van Mighem), and died there on 19 October 1690. On 12 February 1658 in Erembodegem (with banns published there on 31 January 1658) she married as her first husband Petrus de Feijter. Witnesses to the Banns were Joannes de Feijter and Christianus de Vriese. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes De Feijter and Joannes Coppens. On 14 February 1669 in Erembodegem she married as her second husband Joannes Streck. Witnesses were Joannes de Clerck and Adrianus Callebaut.

 
2468
Petrus de Brauw, had no birth or baptismal record. He married on 17 November 1626 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.
2469
Elisabeth Moock, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Petrus de Brauw and Elisabeth Moock
1. Adrianus de Brauw, was baptised on 25 April 1627 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. On 12 February 1657 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (with Banns published there on 3 February 1657) he married ar his first wife Marie Kieckens, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 5 May 1657 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the Banns were Petrus de Brauw and Andreas Kieckens. Witnesses to the marriage were Adrianus de Vos and Joannes de Vrint. On 6 March 1660 in Erembodegem he married as his second wife Judoca de Clerck, who had no birth or baptismal record and died 4 October 1684 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Kieckens and Adrianus van der Elst.
2. Jan de Brauw, was baptised on (__) March 1629 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died young.
3. Elisabeth de Brauw, was baptised on 13 October 1630 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. She may be the Elisabeth who on 26 January 1669 in Teralfene married Daniel de Ridder.
4. Judocus de Brauw, married as her second husband Anna van de Velde.
5. Joannes de Brauw, was baptised on 1 November 1635 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. On 29 July 1673 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 16 June 1673) he married as his first wife Margareta Huijbrechts, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 26 January 1677 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the Banns were Judocus de Brauw and Petrus Huijbrechts. Witnesses to the marriage were Adrianus de Brauw and Petrus Huijbrechts. On 2 March 1677 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 20 February 1677) he married as his second wife Maria Beeckman, who had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 18 October 1681 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the Banns were Adrianus de Brauw and Guilielmus Beeckmans. Witnesses to the marriage were Martinus Beeckmans and Egidius Verelst
6. Petrus de Brauw, was baptised on 4 June 1637 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. On 27 October 1669 in Teralfene he married Joanna Boriau.
7. Catharina de Brauw, was baptised on 1 May 1642 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
8. Wilhelmus de Brauw, was baptised on 30 March 1644 in Teralfene, Flemish Brabant, Belgium

 
2470
Joannes van de Velde, was baptised on 6 April 1593 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents:: Joannes De Mey, fs. Joannes en Lysbeth Van De Velde), and died prior to 1667. [parents]
2471
Gertrudis van Varenbergh, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 25 December 1667 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Jan van de Velde and Gertrudis van Varenbergh
1. Henricus van de Velde, was baptised on 12 March 1613 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents:: Henricus Van De Velde en Margareta De Bischop), and died there on 12 October 1692. On 21 February 1635 in Erembodegem he married as his first wife Judoca Goossens, who had no birth or baptismal record. Witnesses to the marriage were Adrianus Goosens and Judocus Goossens. On 27 January 1658 in Erembodegem he married as his second wife Adriana Vonck, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 1 October 1692 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the marriage were Petrus van de Velde and Joannes De Vrindt.
2. Egidius van de Velde, was baptised on 1 March 1616 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius Van Vaerenberg en Margareta Van (__)). He married Judoca Meert.
3. Anna van de Velde, married as her first husband Judocus Meert, and as her second husband Judocus de Brauw.
4. Petrus van de Velde, was baptised on 12 April 1621 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Boone en Maria De (__)).
5. Maria van de Velde, was baptised on 3 August 1625 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Varenberg en Maria Van Den Haute), and died there on 1 November 1677. On 25 February 1648 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 21 February 1648) she married Adrianus de Pauw, who had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1677. Witnesses to the Banns were Petrus De Pau and Petrus Van De Velde. Witnesses to the marriage were Petrus De Pau and Antonius Verleijsen.
6. Catharina van der Velde, was baptised on 24 April 1629 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus Van Nuwenhove en Catharina Van Langenhove).
7. Gerardus van de Velde, was baptised on 24 September 1633 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Gerardus Van Varenbergh en Maria Schoonians).
8. Judocus van de Velde, was baptised on 24 September 1633 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus Van Merenvelt (?) en Catharina Van Varenbergh). On 20 October 1657 in Erembodegem (with Banns published on 29 September 1657) he married Catharina Callebaut, a daughter of Joannes Callebaut and Joanna Meert, who was baptised on 6 October 1633 in Erembodegem (Godparents: Joannes Callebaut en Catharina Machiels), and died there on 13 March 1691. Witnesses to the Banns were Joannes Callebaut and Petrus Van De Velde. Witnesses to the marriage were Joannes Callebaut and Petrus Van De Velde.
9. Joannes van de Velde, was baptised on 7 March 1636 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: (__) Van Schingen en Joanna Kiekens).

 
2472
Adrianus de Schrijver, had no birth or baptismal record and died prior to 1667.
2473
Elisabeth de Clippel, was baptised on 29 January 1594 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Rijcke, kerkmeester, en Elisabeth (__)), and died there on 17 December 1667. [parents]
 
Children of Adrianus de Schrijver and Elisabeth de Clippel
1. Judoca de Schrijver, was baptised on 3 May 1620 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus De Scrijver en Judoca Dedemaecker), and died there on 6 November 1676. On 11 July 1641 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 26 June 1641) she married Jan de Vriendt, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 24 October 1676 in Erembodegem. Witnesses to the Banns were Egedius de Vrindt and Adrianus de Scrijver. Witnesses to the marriage were Petrus de Vrindt and Adrianus de Schrijver. Jan was Burgemeester from 1674 to 1676, and koster in 1676.
2. Joannes de Schrijver, was baptised on 13 March 1622 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus De Clippel en Clara De Schrijver). On 1 February 1646 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 20 January 1646) he married Maria Pauwels, possibly a daughter of Joannes Pauwels and Judoca van Varenbergh, who was baptised on 2 March 1618 in Erembodegem (Godparents: (__) Meert and Maria de Sceper). Witnesses to the Banns were Adrianus de Schrijver and Joannes de Vrindt. Witnesses to the marriage were Adrianus de Schrijver and Joannes de Vrindt.
3. Adrianus de Schrijver, married Margareta Verleysen.

 
2474
Jan Verleysen, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1584.
2475
Joanna de Greve, had no birth or baptismal record, and was born about 1590. She may possibly be either a daughter or a sister of Michael de Greve (born about 1566, died in September 1625 in Hekelgem) and Catharina Quaribbe (born about 1572 and died on 9 July 1636 in Hekelgem).
 
Children of Jan Verleysen and Joanna de Greve
1. Joanna Verleysen, was baptised on 2 October 1616 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died there on 26 November 1687. On 16 August 1642 in Hekelgem she married as his second wife Petrus Clauwaert, the widower of Elisabeth van Neervelt, who had no birth or baptismal record and died in 1655 in Hekelgem.
2. Catharina Verleysen, was baptised on 16 October 1619 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. Possibly on 17 October 1654 in Hekelgem married Joannes van den Driessche.
3. Petrus Verleysen, was baptised on 12 February 1623 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. Possibly on 17 February 1667 in Hekelgem married Joanna van Snick.
4. Philippus Verleysen, was baptised on 28 September 1625 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died there on 13 August 1692. He married as her second husband Elisabeth van Mighem, the widow of Joannes Schoonjans, who had no birth or baptismal record and died on 1 December 1722 in Hekelgem.
5. Margareta Verleysen, married Adrianus de Schrijver.
6. Michael Verleysen, was baptised on 26 October 1632 in Hekelgem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium.

 
2476
Martinus de Rijck, was baptised on 15 October 1564 in Sint-Gertrudis-Leeuven, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. [parents]
2477
Machildis van den Berghe, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Martinus de Rijck and Machildis van den Berghe
1. Anna de Rijck, was baptised on 14 July 1599 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Antonius Van Leijsen en Anna Henrici).
2. Petrina de Rijck, was baptised on 13 September 1600 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus de Rike en Maria Van Den Bergh). On 3 November 1630 in Erembodegem (with Banns published there on 19 October 1630] she married Daniel Coen. Witnesses to the Banns were Guilielmus Arijs and Petrus De Smet.
3. Barbara de Rijck, was baptised on 3 March 1602 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Van varenberge en Barbara De Rijcke).
4. Petrus de Rijck, was baptised on 8 May 1603 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Rijcke en Elisabeth Pauwels).
5. Judocus de Rijck, was baptised on 24 March 1605 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Judocus De Rijcke en Anna Henricxs).
6. Catharina de Rijck, was batised on 14 September 1607 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Van (__) en Catharina Mannaerts).
7. Joannes de Rijck, was baptised on 21 May 1611 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van Den Wijngaerde en Petrina Droeshout).
8. Machielde de Rijck, was baptised on 2 March 1615 in Erembodegen, East Flanders, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De (__) en Machielde (__)).
9. Mathias de Rijck, married Elisabeth Verstraeten.
10. Maria de Rijck, had no birth or baptismal record. On 20 August 1644 in Erembodegem, East Flanders, Belgium (with Banns published there on 23 July 1644) she married Judocus van Haever. Witnesses for the Banns were Adrianus de Rijcke and Daniel Jaecquemijns. Witnesses for the marriage were Matthias de Rijcke and Joannes de Vriendt.

 
2486
Robert de la Tour, had no birth or baptismal record.
2487
Anna Kerremans, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of
1. Maria de la Tour, married Thomas Heydens.
2. Joanna de la Tour, was baptised on 29 October 1600 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium.
3. Renerius de la Tour, was baptised on 16 September 1605 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium.
4. Arnoldus de la Tour, was baptised on3 February 1609 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium.
5. Philippus de la Tour, was batised on 30 June 1612 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium.
6. Carolus de la Tour, was baptised on 15 March 1616 in Hombeek, Antwerp, Belgium.

 
2490
Egidius Dauman, had no birth or baptismal record. There is no mother listed for the first five children, and given the lack of de Mol Godparents for these first five children, Joanna de Mol may be a second wife.
2491
Joanna de Mol, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Egidius Dauman and Joanna de Mol
1. Petrus Dauman, was baptised on 10 October 1609 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus van Ghinderachter en Martina Spaus). He married Maria Clerckx.
2. Jacobus Dauman, was baptised on 15 March 1612 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Jacob Dau en Judoca Esselens).
3. Martina Dauman, was baptised on 6 March 1615 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Franciscus Ballieu en Meclina van Ransbeeck).
4. Joanna Dauman, was baptised on 10 December 1617 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus Steck en Joanna van de Wijgaert). On 9 April 1644 in Asse (with Banns published there on 9 March 1644) she married Gisbertus van Kellegum/Keleghem.
5. Judoca Dauman, married Matheus van Wetteren.
6. Anna Dauman, was baptised on 30 September 1625 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Jacobus Cobbaert en Anna de Mol). On 30 pril 1652 in Asse (with Banns published there on 2 April 1652) she married Adrianus van den Abeele.
7. Martinus Dauman, was baptised on 17 February 1628 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Martinus de Mol en (__)).
8. Adrianus Dauwmans, was baptised on 22 August 1630 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Adrianus de Mol en Elisabeth van den Bosch).
9. Egidius Dauman, was baptised on 18 December 1633 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius van der Burcht en Maria Dauman).
10. Catharina Dauman, was baptised on 6 April 1636 in Asse, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Egidius van den Cruys en Catharina de Mol).

 
2508
Joannes Haeghens, had no birth or baptismal record, and died in 1641 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium. [parents]
2509
Maria de Vos, had no birth or baptismal record, and died on 4 November 1667 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium.
 
Children of Joannes Haeghens and Maria de Vos
1. Mattheus Haeghens, was born on 23 September 1612 in Kalken, East Flanders, Belgium, and died there on 12 March 1689. He married Livina van Trappen, who had no birth or baptismal record.
2. Jan Haeghens, married Petronella Pauwels.

 
2514
Gaspar Smet, was baptised on 5 April 1596 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Gaspar de Vetter, Petrus Moortgat en Marti Herbosch), died there on 12 December 1662, and was buried there on the same day. Banns for their marriage were published on 28 August 1622 in Merchtem. [parents]
2515
Anna de Vettere, was baptised on 22 January 1602 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Jan Philips en Catharina Coomans), died there on 14 April 1659, and was buried there on the same day. [parents]
 
Children of Gaspar Smet and Anna de Vettere
1. Catharina de Smeth, married Cornelius de Ridder.
2. Elisabeth De Smet, was baptised on 21 March 1628 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Cornelius De Smeth en Elisabeth Van Herbosch).
3. Cornelius De Smet, was baptised on 22 January 1631 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Martinus Jacobs en Magdalena Struijven), and died there on 7 February 1705. On 27 April 1662 in Opwijk (with Banns published on 25 March 1662 in Merchtem) he married Elisabeth Mannaert, a daughter of Paschasius Mannaert and Catharina de Cleck, who was born on 12 September 1641 in Opwijk, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and died on 12 November 1694 in Merchtem.
4. Maria Smets, was baptised on 13 July 1632 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: None), and buried there on 10 July 1635.
5. Anna Smets, was baptised on 16 March 1636 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes De Clerck en Elisabeth (__)), and buried there on14 October 1668. On 27 April 1656 in Merchtem (with Banns published there on 23 March 1656) she married Joannes de Ridder, a son of Joannes de Ridder and Magdalena van Regemoertel, who was baptised on 21 March 1632 in Merchtem, and buried there prior to 14 October 1668.
6. Petrus De Smet, was baptised on 3 April 1639 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Petrus De Vettere en Margaretha De Smeth), and buried there on 3 May 1639.
7. Joannes Smet, was baptised on 17 February 1641 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: Joannes Van Herbos en Paulina Rottiers), and was buried there on 28 July 1716. On 24 May 1664 in Merchtem (with Banns published there on 28 April 1664) he married as his first wife Joanna van der Straeten, a daughter of Henri van der Straeten and Anna van Herbosch, who was baptised on 6 July 1642 in Ophem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, and was buried on 15 November 1668 in Merchtem. Witnesses to the marriage were Cornelius de Smet and Henricus van der Straeten. On 11 April 1669 in Merchtem he married as his second wife Catharina van Zeebroeck, possibly a daughter of Petrus van Zeebroeck and Catharina Bieseman, who was baptised on 27 April 1650 in Merchtem, and died there on 20 January 1726. Witnesses to the marriage were Petrus van Zeebroeck and Laurentius van der Straeten.
8. (__) De Smeth, was baptised on 26 July 1652 in Merchtem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium (Godparents: None), and was buried there on the same day.

 
3396
Francois/Frans Henriks Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record.

On 2 June 1686, with certificate from Bresken (a village in Zeeland, Holland), Francois and Leventje became members of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. In 1686 he and his wife were living "beyond the Fresh Water, beyond the ancient pond called Kalckhoek." He was living on the West Ward of the City of New York in 1695-1699 where he appeared eight times on the tax lists during that period. He was a bricklayer and became a freeman of New York City on 26 September 1698. He appeared on a list of voters in New York City in 29 September 1701. His name was not found on the 1703 census lists of New York City.

3397
Leventje Machiels de Vries, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Francois Van der Koeck and Leventje de Vries
1. Michael Van der Koeck, married Sara Joosten.
2. Lydia Van der Koeck, was baptised on 17 September 1684 in Breskens, Zeeland, The Netherlands.
3. Mattheus Van der Koeck, was baptised on 2 June 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Pieter Le grand and Sytie Duyckings), and died young.
4. Mattheus Van der Koeck, was baptised on 10 February 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Gerrit Hellaer, Mayken Cornelis, and Susanna Themmers). Nothing further is known of him.

 
3398
Joost Fransen, had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 27 January 1695/1696, on which date an inventory and appraisement was taken of his estate. He married about 1666 as his first wife Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse. On 30 January 1692 he married as his second wife and as her second husband Annatie Joris Rapalje, the widow of Martin Ryerson and a daughter of Joris Janszen Rapalje and Catalyntje Jeronomus Trico, who was born on 8 February 1646 and baptised on 11 February 1646 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Sara Planck).
3399
Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1644 probably in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [parents]
 
Children of Joost Fransen and Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse
1. Sara Joosten, married Michael Van der Koeck.
2. Magdalena Joosten, was baptised on 2 November 1679 at Midwout as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush (wit.: G. Wijnand and Huisvrouw, Jannetie Aukes). About 1697 she probably married Isaac Bennet, a son of Adriaen Willemszen and Annetie Jans Van Dyck, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1674 probably in New Utrecht, New York.

 
3400
Hendrick d'Oremus, had no birth or baptismal record.
3401
(__)
 
Children of Hendrick d'Oremus and (__)
1. Cornelis Doremus, married Janneke Joris Van Elsland.

 
3402
Joris Matthyszen, had no birth or baptismal record.
3403
Hubrechtje Jans, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Joris Matthyszen and Hubrechtje Jans
1. Janneke Joris Van Elsland, married Cornelis Doremus.

 
3404
David Ackerman, was born on 16 September 1614 in Oss, North Brabant, The Netherlands. He died before 6 January 1663 probably onboard the ship "Vos" on his way to New Netherland. He married on 16 September 1641 in Berlicum, North Brabant, The Netherlands.

David and his family resided in Berlicum, North Brabant, the Netherlands. He emigrated and arrived in the New Netherland aboard the ship Vos on 2 September 1662 with his wife and six children aged 20, 18, 16, 12, 8, and 6 years old. David died either at sea or shortly after his arrival, but definitely by 6 January 1663 when his wife Elizabeth and their oldest child, Anneken, joined the Church in New Amsterdam. [parents]

3405
Elizabeth Belliers, was baptised on 24 January 1616 as recorded at the Dordredt Walloon Church, The Netherlands. She died about 1669 possibly in Harlem, New York. She married as her first husband David Ackerman. On 29 January 1668 she married as her second husband Kier Wouters, a son of Wouter Kierszen and (__).

Elizabeth and her oldest child, Anneken, joined the Church in New Amsterdam on 6 January 1663. Elizabeth was a resourceful, hard working woman and raised six children on her own, on what was later Whitehall Street, New York City. Lisbet served beer and some food, and traded a few beaver pelts to make money. She didn't remarry until 29 January 1668, now at the age of 52, to Kier Wouters. She and her boys moved to Harlem, just north of New York City, to his farm where she died a couple of months later. [parents]
 
Children of David Ackerman and Elizabeth Belliers
1. Anneken Davidse Ackerman, was baptised on 31 July 1642 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Berlicum, North Brabant, the Netherlands (wit.: Abraham van Waer and Jan van Gameren). On 28 June 1664 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam she married Nathaniel Pieters, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1638 possibly in Leyden, The Netherlands. The marriage recorded described Anneken as "j.d. Van den Bosch" and Nathaniel as "j.m. Van Leyden."
Anneke Davidse Ackerman and Nathaniel Pieterszen have other descendants, such as:
.David Nathaniels Hennion - Annetje Straatmaker
|.Johannes Hennion - Antje Tunis Tallman
||.David Hennion - Jacomyntje Kip
|||.David Hennion - Sophornia Hennion
||| .David Hennion - Maria M. Piatt
|||  .Martin Hennion - Marrie J. Reese
|||   .Frank R. Hennion - Nellie L. Junod
|||    .Ruth Genevieve Hennion - Harold Scott Chaffee, Jr.
|||     .NANCY ANN CHAFFEE (1929-2002) tennis player
|||      - (1) RALPH MCPHERRAN KINER, Jr. (1922-living) baseball player
|||      - (2) JOHN FRANCIS WHITAKER (aka JACK) (1924-living) sportscaster
|||
||.Teunis Hennion - Annetje Doremus
|| .Sophornia Hennion - David Hennion
||  .David Hennion - Maria M. Piatt
||   .Martin Hennion - Marrie J. Reese
||    .Frank R. Hennion - Nellie L. Junod
||     .Ruth Genevieve Hennion - Harold Scott Chaffee, Jr.
||      .NANCY ANN CHAFFEE (1929-2002) tennis player
||       - (1) RALPH MCPHERRAN KINER, Jr. (1922-living) baseball player
||       - (2) JOHN FRANCIS WHITAKER (aka JACK) (1924-living) sportscaster
||
|.David Hennion - Lena Andriessen
| .Andries Hennion - Elsje Post
|  .Johannes Hennion - Sara Bertholf
|   .Catherine Hennion - Lucas Provoost
|    .Luke Provoost - Julia Ann Wheeler
|     .Julie Ann Provoost - David Van Wagenen
|      .Alma Van Wagenen - Birdie Ethel Gray
|       .Frank Alton Van Wagenen - Phyllis Barker
|        .Lola Jean Van Wagenen - CHARLES ROBERT REDFORD, Jr. (1937-living) film actor
|         .DAVID JAMES REDFORD (1962-living) screenwriter, institute founder
|         .AMY HART REDFORD (1970-living) film actor
|
.Catharina Hennion - Pieter Burger
|.Elizabeth Burger - (1) Jacobus Bockee, (2) Alexander Phoenix
| .(by 1) Abraham Bockee - Maria Kaar
| |.Jacob Bockee - Catherine Smith
| | .ABRAHAM BOCKEE (1784-1865) Congressman
| | .Maria Bockee - Morgan Carpenter
| |  .BENJAMIN PLATT CARPENTER (1837-1921) Governor
| |
| .(by 2) Alexander Phoenix - Cornelia (__)
| |.Daniel Phoenix - Anna Lewis Phillips
| | .JONAS PHILLIPS PHOENIX (1788-1859) Congressman - Mary Whitney
| | |.Mary Caroline Phoenix - George Henry Warren
| | ||.WHITNEY WARREN (1864-1943) architect
| | ||
| | |.STEPHEN WHITNEY PHOENIX (1839-1881) benefactor
| | |
| | .Elizabeth Waldron Phoenix - Henry Rutgers Remsen
| |  .Ann Elizabeth Remsen - ALEXANDER STEWART WEBB (1835-1911) Brevet Major-General
| |
| .(by 2) Catharina Phoenix - Adolph Waldron
|  .Catharina Waldron - David Godwin
|   .Catharine Bogert Godwin - CHARLES GERRIT DEWITT (1789-1839) Congressman
|
.Johannes Nathaniels Hennion - Margrietje Dailly
|.Elias Henion - Maria Phillips
| .Johannes Henion - Annetje Levy
|  .John Henion - Mercy Smalley
|   .John Henion - Chloe Hagar
|   |.Kent Henion - Cornelia White Haines
|   | .Coleman Henion - Anna Merritt
|   |  .Harold Merritt Henion - Gladys Edna Ovens
|   |   .Harold Merritt Henion - Lillian Rainey
|   |    .GAIL SHEEHY (née GAIL HENION) (1937-living) author - CLAY SCHUETTE FELKER (1925-2008) editor, journalist, magazine founder
|   |
|   .Hannah Henion - Edmund Knox
|    .Chloe Ann Knox - Byron Cole
|     .Ella Ann Cole - Charles Frank Sulloway
|      .Ruby Edna Sulloway - Henry Scharf
|       .Iola Scharf - Arthur Huntingdon
|        .Terry Lynn Huntingdon - Joseph Davies Cheeseborough (later changed to Tydings)
|         .ALEXANDRA HUNTINGDON TYDINGS (1972-living) TV actor
|
.Aaltje Hennion - Jesse de Graaf
 .Daniel de Graaf - Gezina Switz
  .Isaac de Graaf - Susanna Van Eps
   .JOHN ISAAC DE GRAAF (1783-1848) Congressman

      
2. Johannes Davidszen Ackerman, was born in den Bosch, North Brabant, the Netherlands, baptised on 21 March 1645 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Churchof den Bosch (wit.: Anneken Adriaens, Adrianetje Schuyler, Pieter Ackerman and Jenneken Segers), and died young.
3. Louwerens Davidszen Ackerman, was baptised on 12 June 1650 in Geffen near den Bosch, North Brabant, the Netherlands, as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of den Bosch, and died prior to 3 May 1707. On 3 August 1679 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married as her first husband Geertje Egberts, a daughter of Sanders Egbert and Harmintje Harmens, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658.

The marriage record states that Louwerens was born in Geffen, in the Maiery of 's Hertogenbosch and Geertje as being from New Albany. He joined the Reformed Dutch Church at Bergen on 2 April 1678 and his wife-to-be joined on 23 June 1679. By deed recorded at Hackensack 10 July 1689, he bought of John Berry a large tract in Bergen County near Little Ferry. In 1693 John Berry was patented 190 acres between Hackensack and Saddle River, north east of Lawrence Ackerman. Lawrence died prior to 3 May 1707, on which date his widow married as her second husband Harman Bras.

Louwerens Davidszen Ackerman and Geertie Egberts have other descendants, such as:
.Egbert Ackerman - Elizabeth Breyant
|.Lawrence Ackerman - Fytje van Winkle
| .Elizabeth Ackerman - John Earle
|  .Magdalena Earle - Pieter van Buren
|   .Belinda Sophia van Buren - Joseph Chandler Ackerman
|    .Caroline Netta Ackerman - Edward Stillman Kendrick
|     .Caroline Isabelle Kendrick - William Darius Eddy
|      .NELSON ACKERMAN EDDY (1901-1967) singer, film actor
|
.Catherine Ackerman - Jan Verway
|.Laurence Verway - Trientje Demerest
| .Elizabeth Frances Verwey - Abraham D. Ackerman
|  .Lawrence Ackerman - Cynthia Bent Robertson
|   .Joseph Chandler Ackerman - Belinda Sophia van Buren
|   |.Caroline Netta Ackerman - Edward Stillman Kendrick
|   | .Caroline Isabelle Kendrick - William Darius Eddy
|   |  .NELSON ACKERMAN EDDY (1901-1967) singer, film actor
|   |
|   .WILLIAM KELLY ACKERMAN (1832-?) Railway President, financier
|
Louwerens Davidszen Ackerman and Geertie Egberts have other descendants, such as:
.David Ackerman - Sarah Colve
 .Jacobus Ackerman - Margaret Gudderits
  .David Ackerman - Neeltje Ryckman
   .Jacobus Ackerman - Elizabeth De Pew
    .Eleanor Ackerman - Ralph Vanderlinda
     .Eliza A. VanderLinda - John Durie
      .Jane Durie - William Henry Blauvelt
       .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
	.Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
	 .DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)

      
4. David Davidszen Ackerman, was born in September 1653, baptised on 5 October 1653 in Geffen, North Brabant, The Netherlands, and died prior to 17 May 1714. With license dated 12 March 1679/1680 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Hillegond Verplanck, a daughter of Abraham Isaacszen Verplanck and Maria Vigné, who was baptised on 1 November 1648 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Jan Vinge, Olof Stephenszen Van Courtlt, and Judith Stuyvesants).

At the organization of the Reformed Dutch Church at Hackensack, David and Hillegond were listed among the original members. David Acarman of Hackensack was deeded 420 acres of land there on 29 October 1695, by Mattheus Corneliuson, on the west side of the Hackensack River and near the present Woodridge in Bergen County. On 27 November 1696 he received a patent for this land. His will, dated 2 October 1710 and proved on 4 June 1724, named his wife Hillegond and three children and refers to land and a grist mill on the road to Kindakemeck, and also a house in New York. He died prior to 17 May 1714, when "Hillegondt, widow Ackerman" was present at the baptism of a grandchild.

David Ackerman and Hillegondt Verplanck have other descendants, such as:
.David Ackerman - Gerbrechtje Romeyn
|.Elizabeth Ackerman - Abraham Brouwer
| .Hester Brouwer - David Demarest
| |.James D. Demarest - Mary Elizabeth Haring
| | .Mary Haring Demarest - Theodore Secor
| |  .Rosanna Secor - James Vanderbilt Remsen
| |   .IRA REMSEN (1846-1927) chemist, codiscoverer of saccharin
| |
| .Anna May Brouwer - Obadiah Higbee
|  .Mary Higbee - Edward Riggs
|   .John Riggs - Mary Phillips
|    .Obadiah Hezekiah Riggs - Emma Louisa Robbins
|     .Emma Ray Riggs - David Oman McKay
|      .Emma Rae McKay - Conway Alan Ashton
|       .ALAN C. ASHTON (1942-living) computer scientist, company founder
|
.Johannes Ackerman - Jannetje Lozier
|.Tryntje Ackerman - Roelof Westervelt
||.Cornelia Westervelt - Jacobus Bogert
|| .Cornelia Bogert - John Zabriskie
||  .Elizabeth Zabriskie - Samuel R. Demarest
||   .Cornelia Demarest - Jacob Blauvelt
||    .William Henry Blauvelt - Jane Durie
||     .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
||      .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
||       .DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)
||
|.Nicholas Ackerman - Lea Bell
||.John Ackerman - Dorothy Montfort
|| .Magdalena Ackerman - Jasper Cropsey
||  .Hannah Ann Eliza Cropsey - Orville Augustus Roorbach
||   .ORVILLE AUGUSTUS ROORBACH (1803-1861) publisher - Mary Alline Underhill Van Zandt
||    .Marion Roorbach - EDWARD WELLMAN SERRELL (1826-1906) Brigadier-General, civil engineer
||
|.Antje Ackerman - David W. Banta
| .Wiert Banta - Leah Degroot
|  .David Banta - Rachel Van Giesen
|   .Sarah Banta - Abraham H. Bogert
|    .Henry Bogert - Helen Anderson Evans
|     .GEORGE HENRY BOGERT (1864-1844) artist
|
.Maritie Ackerman - Swaine Ogden
 .Samuel Ogden - Phebe Baldwin
  .Sarah Ogden - John Edison
   .Samuel Edison - Nancy Stimson
    .Samuel Edison - Nancy Elliot
      .THOMAS ALVA EDISON (1847-1931) inventor - Mina Miller
       .CHARLES EDISON (1890-1969) Governor

      
5. Lodewyck Davidszen Ackerman, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1656 probably in Berlicum, North Brabant, The Netherlands, and died prior to 1714 in Phillipsburgh, Westchester County, New York. On 14 June 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (with Banns published there on 24 December 1681) he married Jannetie Bleyck, a daughter of Jacobus Bleyck and Sara Puten Pieters, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Lodewyck and his Jannetie joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack on 29 July 1686. They later moved to Philipsburg, Westchester County, New York.

Lodowyck Ackerman and Jannetie Bleyck have other descendants, such as:
.Lysbet Ackerman - Arent Janszen Putman
|.Lodewyck Putman - Elisabeth Suitz
| .Frederick Putman - Catherine Pennell
|  .Frederick Putman - Margareta Barnhardt
|   .Margareta Putman - Samuel Wilber
|    .George Wilber - Sarah Crowner
|     .Alma Wilber - Robert Day Hershey
|      .ALFRED DAY HERSHEY (1908-1997) Nobel Prize recipient
|
.David Ackerman - Maria See
 .Jannetje Ackerman - Abraham Martling
 |.ABRAHAM MARTLING (1743-1830) fictional character inspiration (Brome Bones) - Maria Couwenhoven
 | .Edward Martling - Sarah Stivers
 |  .Susan Martling - Stephen Tompkins
 |   .Edward Tompkins - Margaret Green
 |    .Margaret May Tompkins - George Frembd
 |     .George Herbert Frembd  - Edith Adele Ryer
 |      .Adele Edith Frembd - Robert Scott Ringwald
 |       .MOLLY KATHLEEN RINGWALD (1968-living) film actor
 |
 .Jacobus Ackerman - Maritie Anderson
 |.Robert Ackerman - Roxelane Child
 | .Lory Ann Ackerman - Cornelius Van Allen
 |  .George Clinton Van Allen - Jennie M. Wright
 |   .Alfred Morris Van Allen - Alma Olney
 |    .JAMES ALFRED VAN ALLEN (1914-2006) physicist
 |
 .Johannis Ackerman - Catriena Miller
  .James Ackerman - Elizabeth (Alley or Alyea)
   .John Hamlet Ackerman - Emily Nelson
    .Harvey Ackerman - Mary Elizabeth Manvel
     .CHARLES NELSON ACKERMAN (1871-1955) inventor, manufacturer

      
6. Abraham Davidszen Ackerman, married Aeltje Van Laer.

 

3406
Adrian Gerritszen Van Laer, was baptised (as Aerjaen) on 17 Jamuary 1634 as recorded at the Nieuw Kerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He married as his first wife Dwertje Luycus. About 1660 he married as his second wife Abigail Verplanck. On 24 April 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married as his third wife and as her second husband Luytie Schonen, the widow of Hendrick Assuerus.

Adrian arrived in New Amsterdam on 1 May 1658 on De Moesman. [parents]

3407
Abigail Verplanck, was baptised on 1 January 1637, and prior to 24 April 1672. [parents]
 
Children of Adrian Gerritszen Van Laer and Abigail Verplanck
1. Aeltje Van Laer, married Abraham Davidszen Ackerman.
2. Sara Van Laer, was baptised on 3 November 1667 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Abraham Van Laer and Maryitje Wernaers). There is no further record of her and she probably died young.
3. Gerrit Van Laer, was baptised on 23 November 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Stoffel Van laer and Anna Vincent), and died young.

 
3408
Yellis Janszen Mandeville, was baptised in June 1626 in Doesburg, Gelderland, The Netherlands (wit.: Dr. Michael a Mandeville), and died after 16 March 1701.

Yellis was also known as Aegidius and Gilles. On 12 February 1659, he, with his wife and four children aged 9, 6, 5, and 1¼ years, arrived in America onboard the ship "de Trouw." Yellis was called Gilles Jansen Van Garder (Garderen on the Veluwe, Guelderland, Holland). He paid f50 for the passage of his wife and himself and f10 for each child; or 90 guilders in all. The name of Gilles de Mandeiville on the original list of the vessel "Moesman" in April 1659 indicates that he was not a passenger, but only a debtor to the Dutch West India Company, for a small sum advanced by them. Yellis probably lived for a time somewhere on Long Island. Two of his children were from New Amersfoort (Flatlands). He was perhaps the Gilles Jansen rated there in September 1676 for 10 morgens of land, etc. Yellis may also have bought a farm at Flatbush (probably the land in the jurisdiction of Hempstead, valued above all his other possessions, devised by will to his son Hendrick), and received afterwards a grant of 30 acres at Greenwich, NY, laid out on 5 December 1679, and patented on 30 December 1680. No lands granted or sold to Yellis are recorded in the Flatbush Records, but many Dutch Patents and Indian Deeds were destroyed or sent to England after 1664. Yellis and his wife were members of the New York Dutch Church on 3 May 1677, and Yellis, Elsje, and Grietie Mandeviel were living above the ancient pond Kalch-hock in 1686. Yellis and his wife were sponsers at a baptism on 16 March 1701.

Gilles Jansen appeared on the assessment rolls of New Uthrecht in 1675. On an " Assessment Roll of the Real and Personal Property of the Inhabitants of Amsfortt [Flatlands], Made up 24th August, 1675," appears the following:
Gillis Jansen: 2 polls, 2 horses, 2 oxen, 3 cows 1 ditto of 1 year £88.10
10 morgens of land & valley                                                           £20
                                                                                              £108.10

The " Valuation of Amsfortt [Flatlands] made up Septembr 1676," contains the following item:
Gilles Jansen
3 polls 3 horses 2 oxen cows £105
10 morgen land & valley          £20
                                             £125

In 1679 Gillis Jansen Mandeville purchased a property on the western side of Manhattan Island, between Bethune and Twentieth Streets, Eighth Avenue and the Hudson River, in a settlement - the Indian name for the district was Sappokaniken - which the Dutch christened as New Nordwyck, though they often referred to it as "Bassen Bouwery" ("Bas syn bouwery"), and which was subsequently known as Greenwich Village. With his wife and several of his children he probably removed to this new plantation soon after its purchase. In 1686, when Domine Selyns, pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York City, prepared his directory of his parishioners, Gillis Mandeville, with wife, Elsie Hendricks, and daughter, Margaret Mandeville, resided on the Manhattan property:

Over het Vertch Water [over the fresh water - I. E., north of Canal St.]
Jillis Mandevil, en zyn h. v.
Elsje Hendricks
Grietje Mandevil

Both parents were still living, February 14, 1701 (present style), on which date they jointly sold their Greenwich plantation to their son, David. The deed is recorded in the Register's Office, New York City, Liber 26, pp. 474-6, having been "Recorded for David Mandeville the 17th Day of May Anno Dom 1711." It begins:

"THIS INDENTURE made the fourteenth day of February in the fourteenth year [1700, old style; 1701, modern style] of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord William the third of England, Scotland France and Ireland King Defender of the faith &c: and in the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ one thousand seven hundred BETWEEN Jullius Janson Mandavill of Greenwich in the County of New York Yeoman and Elsie his wife of the one part and David Mandivill of the same place Yeoman of the Other parte." For #400 the said Jullius Jansen Mandevill and Elsie his wife convey to the said David Mandevill " All that a Certain Bowery now in his Tenure possession and Occupation lying and being at Greenwich aforesaid Containing by estimation fifty three Morgen besides the Meadows on the West side of Hudson River (be the same more or less) all the Right Title Interest and property which the said Jullius Jansen Mandivill bought of Jacob Vandergrift by deed bearing date the one and thirtieth year of his then Majestys Reign [Charles II. dated his reign from the day of his father's execution] Annoqe Dom one thousand Six hundred and Seaventy Nine Relation being there unto had more fully and at large will appear TOGETHER with all and singular the houses Barnes Stables Orchards Gardens upland and Meadow Ground which doth there unto belong or properly Appertain the particulars thereof in a Patent from Coll Nicholls as also in the Bill of Sale from the said Johannes Vanbroughen and Jacob Ver- vanger to the said Jacob Vandergrift bearing date the twenty fourth day of August Anno Dom one thousand six hundred and seventy one."
[ Signed] " Yulius Mandeville [SEAL]
" Elsie Mandevil P her Mark [SEAL]

His will, dated 15 September 1696 reads in part: "I, Jellis Mandeville of Greenwich, in the city of New York, being of sound and perfect health" leaves to wife Elsie all estate during widowhood. "I give to my son Hendrick Mandeville, in preference to all other gifts and in regard to his being my oldest son, all that my farm in Queens County, in the jurisdiction of Hempstead," with houses, barns, etc. "To son David, in consideration of his great services, my negro Peter and £50." All of the rest of the estate is left to his children: Hendrick, David, Tryntie, wife of Cornelis Secum (Seenn), Helike (Aeltie), wife of Lawrence Johnson, Geritie (Gerritie), wife of Peter De Milt (Meet), and Gertrude (Griettie), wife of John Meet. I specially command that my farm or Bowery at Greenwich be sold with the horses, etc., to the highest bidder of my children and the money to be divided. Makes wife Elsie, sole exector. Witnesses: Symon Brestede and Samuel Bayard. The will was proved on 22 May 1701. Elsje Hendricks made her will, as a widow, on 22 May 1701. [parents]

3409
Elsje Hendricks, had no birth or baptismal record, and died after 22 May 1701.
 
Children of Yellis Janszen Mandeville and Elsje Hendricks
1. Hendrick Mandeville, married as his first wife Annetje Scholl, and as his second wife Elizabeth Janse Harris.
2. Aeltje Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1647/1650 probably in Voortbuzien, Garderen, the Netherlands. Prior to 1677 she married Laurens Janszen de Camp, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1645.

Laurens emigrated in 1664. In the Assessment Roll of New Utrecht, dated 24 August 1675, he appears as "Laurens Jansen 1 Pole, 2 Horses, 2 Cows, £52; 24 Morgens of Land £48; Total £100," and in the Assessment Roll of the same period dated 29 September 1676, he appeared as "Laurens Jansen 1 Pole; 2 Horses; 2 Cows; £52; 12 Morgens of Land; £24; Total £76. In 1677 he and his wife appeared on a list of church members in New Utrecht, New York. On 26 September 1687, his name appeared on a list of inhabitants of Kings County, New York, who took the Oath of Allegiance as follows: "Lawrens Janse De Camp 23 Jaere." On 30 December 1701, he joined in a Petition of the Protestants of New York to King William III, entitled "A list of the majr part of the freeholders and inhabitants of Richmond County." On 7 May 1719, he was Local Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church of Staten Island.

Aeltje Mandeville and Laurens Janszen de Camp have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick De Camp - Maria DeLamars
 .Lambert De Camp - Mary Boud
  .Henry De Camp - Mary Morris
  |.Joseph DeCamp - Jane Ford Tuttle
  ||.Chilion Ford DeCamp - Lucy Allen
  || .Edward F. DeCamp - Augusta Scott
  ||  .William Scott DeCamp - Julia James Lyon
  ||   .Lyon DeCamp - Emma Beatrice Sprague
  ||    .LYON SPRAGUE DECAMP (1907-2000) writer
  ||
  |.John De Camp - Susan Grandin
  | .Samuel Grandin Johnston De Camp - Nancy Wood
  |  .JOHN DE CAMP (1812-1875) naval officer
  |
  .Moses DeCamp - Sarah Ross
  |.Ezekiel DeCamp - Mary Baker
  | .James DeCamp - Joanna Evans
  | |.James Milton DeCamp - Jane Brandebury
  | | .Walter Alden DeCamp - Caroline Eliott Middleton
  | |  .James Milton DeCamp - Anna Hetherington Graydon
  | |   .CAROLINE MIDDLETON DECAMP (1926-2000) Educationalist
  | |    - ANTHONY NEIL WEDGWOOD BENN (1925-living) British politician
  | |    .HILARY JAMES WEDGWOOD BENN (1953-living) British politician
  | |
  | .Lambert DeCamp - Lydia Garwood
  |  .JOSEPH RODEFER DECAMP (1858-1923) artist
  |
  .James Eliphalet DeCamp - Elizabeth M. (__)
   .Eliphalet DeCamp - Margaret (__)
    .Ralph DeCamp - Mary Lee
     .William DeCamp - Elizabeth Ellis
     |.William Franklin DeCamp - Sarah J. Campbell
     | .William Valentine DeCamp - Margaret Elizabeth Hinman
     |  .ROSEMARY DECAMP (1910-2001) film and TV actor
     |
     .Horace DeCamp - Renette C. (__)
      .RALPH EARL DECAMP (1858-1936) artist

      
3. Tryntje Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was borna bout 1654 probably in The Netherlands, and died after 15 September 1696. About 1669 she married Cornelis Janszen Van der Veer, a son of Jan Corneliszen Dominicus and Neeltje Kempe, who was baptised on 1 March 1623 in Wemeldinge, S. Beveland, Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died prior to 22 February 1703 in Flatbush, Kings County, New York.

Tryntje arrived in America on 12 February 1659, aged 5 years, on the ship de Trouw. On 13 June 1661, Cornelis was one of six persons who petitioned Governor Stuyvesant for a patent of land, who authorized a survey. In February 1678 he purchased a farm in Flatbush for about 2600 guilders. In 1683, The Assement Roll of Midwout lists him as having 100 acres. This land became known as the 26th and 32nd ward of Brooklyn and was owned by his descendents until 1906. He and his son-in-law Daniel Polhemus, erected a grist mill on Fresh Kill in Flatbush, which came into the hands of his son Dominicus, and later his grandson Cornelius. Both Tryntje and Cornelis were mentioned in her father Yellis' will dated 15 September 1696. Cornelis died in February 1703 in Flatbush, New York.

Cornelis arrived in America in February 1659 on the ship de Otter. He was a landowner and magistrate in Flatbush.

Tryntje Mandeville and Cornelis Janszen Van der Veer have other descendants, such as:
.Neeltje Vanderveer - Daniel Polhemus
|.Catrina Polhemus - Jacob Duryea
||.Cornelis Duryea - Annatje Lupardus
|| .Wilhelmus Duryea - (__)
||  .William H. Duryea - Phebe Kissam
||   .Rebecca H. Duryea - Robert Doughty
||    .Joseph H. D. Doughty - Martha Guthrie
||     .Maria Cook Doughty - WILLIAM CRAWFORD GORGAS (1854-1920) Major General, physician
||
|.Johannes Polhemus - Annatje Ten Eyck
||.Daniel Polhemus - Margaretta Covenhoven
|| .Tobias Polhemus - Mary Schenck
|| |.Daniel T. Polhemus - Sarah Van Dyke
|| | .Margaret Polhemus - John C. Schenck
|| |  .Mary Schenck - John Woodhull Conover
|| |   .John Chrineyonce Conover - Elizabeth Laura Lloyd
|| |    .John Howard Conover - Marguerite Anna Cameron
|| |     .LLOYD HILLIARD CONOVER (1923-?) inventor
|| |
|| .John Polhemus - Mary Van Mater
||  .Margaret Polhemus - Chrieyonce Schenck
||   .John C. Schenck - Margaret Polhemus
||    .Mary Schenck - John Woodhull Conover
||     .John Chrineyonce Conover - Elizabeth Laura Lloyd
||      .John Howard Conover - Marguerite Anna Cameron
||       .LLOYD HILLIARD CONOVER (1923-?) inventor
||
|.Elizabeth Polhemus - Abraham Duryea
||.Joost Duryea - Catharina Schenck
|| .Peter Duryea - Deborah Blake
||  .Magdalena Duryea - John Meserole
||   .Mary Ann Meserole - Neziah Bliss
||    .ARCHIBALD MESEROLE BLISS (1838-1923) Congressman
||
|.Cornelius Polhemius - Antje (__)
||.Machtel Polhemius - Folkert Rapalje
|| .Antje Rapalje - Nicholas Wyckoff
||  .Nicholas N. Wyckoff - Catherine Harris
||   .Henrietta Remsen Wyckoff - Peter A. Meserole
||    .Henrietta Meserole - Charles P. Manney
||     .HENRIETTA REMSEN MESEROLE MANNEY (aka HELEN WESTLEY) (1875-1942) film actor
||
|.Hendrick Polhemus - Marretje Van der Beek
| .Daniel Polhemus - Cornelia Veghte
|  .Henry Polhemus - Mary Disborough
|   .Catherine Disborough Polhemus - JAMES SCHUREMAN NEVIUS (1796-1859) State Supreme Court Judge
|    .Catherine Louise Nevius - David D. Demarest
|     .WILLIAM HENRY STEELE DEMAREST (1863-1956) university president
|
.Jan Corneliszen Vanderveer - Femmetje Bergen
|.Catrina Vanderveer - Isaac Jacobusz Van Nuys
||.Jan Van Nuys - Maritie Van Arsdalen
|||.Isaac Van Nuys - Nelly Quick
||||.John Van Nuys - Lucy Brokaw
|||| .Peter Van Nuys - Harriet Kerr
||||  .ISAAC NEWTON VAN NUYS (1836-1912) Los Angeles pioneer and land baron
||||
|||.Maria Van Nuys - William Terhune
||| .Garret Terhune - Nancy Davis
|||  .James Terhune - Eusebia Nay
|||  |.Asa Garret Terhune - Nancy Williams
|||  | .ROBERT MAX TERHUNE (1891-1973) film actor - Maude Cassidy
|||  |  .ROBERT MAX TERHUNE. Jr. (1928-living) film actor, stuntman
|||  |
|||  .Margaret Terhune - Henderson Ragsdale
|||   .Ida Catherine Ragsdale - James Madison Vandivier
|||    .Ara Virgil Vandivier - Isabella W. Daugherty
|||     .ROBERT POLK VANDIVIER (1903-1983) Basketball Hall of Famer
|||
||.Isaac Van Nuyse - Vroutie Quick
|| .John Van Nice - Alice/Letitia Carnine
||  .Sarah Van Nice - Christopher Fullenwider
||   .Susan Catherine Fullenwider - Harvey Marion La Follette
||    .WILLIAM LEROY LA FOLLETTE (1860-?) Congressman - Mary Tabor
||     .SUZANNE CLARA LA FOLLETTE (1893-1983) journalist
||     .ROBERT CHESTER LA FOLLETTE (1897-1993) artist
||
|.Cornelis Vanderveer - Jannetje Wyckoff
||.Catrina Vanderveer - Jacobus Lefferts
|||.Abigail Lefferts - Bateman Loyd
||| .Lydia Loyd  - Jeremiah Lott
|||  .Catharine Lott - JOHN A. LOTT (1806-1878) New York State Court of Appeals Judge
|||
||.Jan Vanderveer - Seytje Vanderveer
|||.Peter Vandivier - Anna La Grange
||| .Peter Vandivier - Sarah Garshwiler
|||  .Madison Vandivier - Mildred Admire
|||   .James Madison Vandivier - Ida Catherine Ragsdale
|||    .Ara Virgil Vandivier - Isabella W. Daugherty
|||     .ROBERT POLK VANDIVIER (1903-1983) Basketball Hall of Famer
|||
||.Cornelius Vanderveer - Leah Van Kerk
|| .Ann Vandeveer - Teunis J. Bergen
||  .JOHN TEUNIS BERGEN (1786-1885) Congressman
||
|.Michael Vanderveer - Belitje Suydam
||.Seytje Vanderveer - Jan Vanderveer
|||.Peter Vandivier - Anna La Grange
||| .Peter Vandivier - Sarah Garshwiler
|||  .Madison Vandivier - Mildred Admire
|||   .James Madison Vandivier - Ida Catherine Ragsdale
|||    .Ara Virgil Vandivier - Isabella W. Daugherty
|||     .ROBERT POLK VANDIVIER (1903-1983) Basketball Hall of Famer
|||
||.Hendrick Vanderveer - Mary Voorhees
|| .ABRAHAM VANDERVEER (1781-1839) Congressman
||
|.Teunis Vanderveer - Alchie Schenck
||.Jacob Vanderveer - Alche Wyckoff
|||.Garret Vander Veer - Rachel Conover
||| .Abraham Harris Vander Veer - Sarah B. Martin
|||  .ALBERT VANDER VEER (1841-1929) surgeon
|||
||.Garret Vanderveer - Jannetje Van Voorhees
|| .Hendrick Vanderveer - Rachael Quackenboss
|| |.Jane Vanderveer - William Crosby
|| | .Julia Maria Crosby - Jessie A. Penniman
|| |  .Katherine Penniman - William Z. Larned
|| |   .WILLIAM AUGUSTUS LARNED (1872-1926) Tennis Hall of Famer
|| |
|| .David G. Vanderveer - Catharine Dubois
||  .Sophia P. Vanderveer - Addison W. Hobart
||   .GARRET AAUGUSTUS HOBART (1844-1899) U.S. Vice-President
||    - ESTHER JANE TUTTLE (1849-1941) acting First Lady
||
|.Hendrick Vanderveer - Antje Van Siclen
| .Ferdinand Vanderveer - Rebecca Ten Eyck
| |.Henry Vanderveer - Eleanor Sutphen
| | .Peter Vanderveer - Mary Ann Dickey
| |  .FERDINAND VANDERVEER (1823-1892) General
| |
| .Maria Vanderveer - John Brokaw
|  .Mary Brokaw - Jacob Bogart
|   .Peter Brokaw Bogart - Agnes Welty
|    .Adam Welty Bogart - Julia A. (__)
|    |.Belmont Deforest Bogart - Maude Humphrey
|    | .HUMPHREY DEFOREST BOGART (1899-1957) film actor
|    |  - (1) HELEN MENKEN (1901-1966) stage actor
|    |  - (2) MARY PHILIPS (1909-1975) film actor
|    |  - (3) MAYO METHOT (1904-1951) film actor
|    |  - (4) LAURAN BACALL (1924-living) film actor
|    |
|    .Alida Bogart - Avery Greene
|     .Belle H. Greene - EARL ROGERS (1869-1922) lawyer
|      .ADELA ROGERS (1894-1988) writer, journalist
|
.Dominicus Vanderveer - Jannetje Van Nostrand
|.Tunis Vanderveer - Aeltje Gerretse Schenck
||.David Vanderveer - Catrina Covenhoven
|| .Tunis David Vanderveer - Margaret DuBois
||  .Catherine Vanderveer - James Tobia Barkalow
||   .Rebecca Barkalow - Aaron Denise Schenck
||    .James Barkalow Schenck - Amanda J. Fornshell
||     .PAUL FORNSHELL SCHENCK (1899-1968) Congressman
||
|.Margaret Vanderveer - Hendrick Van Dyke
||.Dominicus Van Dyke - Margaret Van Pelt
|| .John Van Dyke - Mary Brokaw
||  .Benjamin Van Dyke - Elsie Smith
||   .JOSEPH SMITH VAN DYKE (1832-1915) clergyman
||
|.Jacobus Vanderveer - Femmetje Strycker
||.Ferdinand Vanderveer - Rebecca Ten Eyck
|| .Henry Vanderveer - Eleanor Sutphen
||  .Ferdinand Vanderveer - Maria Elmendorf
||   .Margaret Elmendorf Vanderveer - WILLIAM LEWIS DAYTON (1807-1864) Senator
||
|.Neeltie Vanderveer - Peter Lott
| .Lammetje Lott - Peter Wyckoff
|  .Jane Wyckoff - Gerret Bergen
|   .TEUNIS GARRET BERGEN (1806-1881) Congressman, genealogist - Elizabeth Van Brunt
|    .Gertrude Bergen - William G. Kouwenhoven
|     .Teunis Garret Bergen Kouwenhoven - Phebe Florence Bennett
|      .WILLIAM BENNETT KOUWENHOVEN (1886-1975) inventor
|
.Jacoba Vanderveer - Jan Willemszen Couwenhoven
 .John Couwenhoven - Lydia Pridmore
 |.Joseph Couwenhoven - Sarah Pridmore
 | .Benjamin Couwenhoven - Elizabeth Wells
 |  .Ella Crownover - Riley Anderson Giddens
 |   .Nancy Rhodes Giddens - William Debartus Swanson
 |    .Sudie Kathryn Swanson - John Monrow Esterly
 |     .Hazel Nan Esterly - Jesse Robert Mooneyham
 |      .Paul E. Mooningham - Elizabeth Anna Hodge
 |       .Linda G. Mooneyham - Edward C. Gunderson
 |        .LANCE ARMSTRONG (né LANCE EDWARD GUNDERSON) (1971-living) Tour de France winner
 |
 .Dominicus Covenhoven - Mary Updike
 |.Peter Cownover - Hannah Coombs
 | .Catherine VanLiew Conover - Eli W. Reding
 |  .Martha Ann Reding - James Conover
 |   .Richard Ashton Conover - Sarah Fisher
 |    .Charles Clinton Conover - Perla Mae Petty
 |     .Mary E. Conover - PAUL MELLON (1907-1999) philanthropist and Thoroughbred racehorse owner/breeder
 |      .Catherine Mellon married JOHN WILLIAM WARNER (1927-living) Secretary of the Navy, Senator
 |
 .Garret Couwenhoven - Neeltje van Mater
  .Benjamin Conover - Abigail Buckalew
   .Obadiah Burlew Conover - Sarah Miller
    .Obadiah Milton Conover - Julia Ann Darst
     .Frederic King Conover - Grace Clark
      .Julian Darst Conover - Josephine Taylor
       .Frederick King Conover - Kathryn Beim
	.FREDERICK KING CONOVER (aka TED) (1958-living) author and journalist

      
4. Jan Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1655 in Voortbuzien, Garderen, the Netherlands. He married Aeltje Peters.
5. Gerritie Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1665 possibly on Long Island, New York. On 3 October 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen she married as her first husband Wiert Epkeszen Banta, a son of Epke Jacobszen Banta and Sitske Dirksdr, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about May 1658 in Minnertsga, West Friesland, The Netherlands, and died about 1690. About 1690 she married as her second husband and as his second wife Pieter Janszen Mead, the widower of Styntje Jacobs and a son of Johannes Mead and Cunertgen Lambertse, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1625/1630, and died prior to 1699. With Bansn published on 24 July 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her third husband Increase Power, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1660 possibly near Boston, Massachusetts (the location according to his marriage record).

Banns for her first marriage were published on 15 September 1681 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York, in which she was referred to as "j.d. Van Noortwyck" and Wiert as "j.m. Van Ester Buzum." Wiert and Gerritie joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack on 1 May 1689.

Gerritje Mandeville and her first husband Wiert Epke Banta and her second husband Jan Pieterszen Mead have other descendants, such as:
.(by Wiert Epke Banta) Wiert Wiertszen Banta - Mary Demarest
|.David W. Banta - Antjen Ackerman
| .Wiert Banta - Leah Degroot
|  .David Banta - Rachel Van Giesen
|   .Sarah Banta - Abraham H. Bogert
|    .Henry Bogert - Helen Anderson Evans
|     .GEORGE HENRY BOGERT (1864-1844) artist
|
.(by Wiert Epke Banta) Hendricus Banta - Trintie Loots
|.Jan Banta - Trientje Demarest
||.Maria Banta - James Christie
|| .Magdalena Christie - David Demarest
|| |.Maria Christie Demarest - Aaron Lloyd
|| | .HENRY DEMAREST LLOYD (1847-1903) reformer
|| | .Caroline Augusta Lloyd - LOTHROP WITHINGTON (1856-1915) Lusitania victim
|| |
|| .Peter Christie - Agnes Gillespie
||  .Fitz-James Christie - Elizabeth Anna Johns
||   .Anna Virginia Christie - FREDERIC WOLTERS HUIDEKOPER (?-?) railroad executive
||    .FREDERIC LOUIS HUIDEKOPER (1874-1940) military writer
||
|.David Banta -  Hillegond Webber
| .Tryntje Banta - Philip Romaine
|  .Philip Romaine - Mary Edwards
|   .Marvin Romaine - Henrietta Philips
|    .Franklin Hall Romaine - Julia Evelyn Pine
|     .Henrietta Estelle Romaine - Hiram E. Manville
|      .Estelle Romaine Manville - FOLKE BERNADOTTE (1895-1948) diplomat
|
.(by Wiert Epke Banta) Elsie Wiertse Banta - Johannes Hanszen
|.Tryntje Hartje - Vincent De La Montagne
| .John De La Montagne - Mary Briggs
|  .Vincent De La Montagne - Susan Schneider
|   .Susan De La Montagne - William Cary
|    .WILLIAM DE LA MONTAGNE CARY (1840-1922) artist
|
.(by Jan Pieterszen Mead) Marretie Mead - Pieter Demarest
 .Maria Demarest - William Rutan
 |.William Rutan - Margaret Steel
 | .HENRY RUTTAN (1792-1873) inventor - Mary Jones
 |  .Henry Jones Ruttan - Margaret Pringle
 |   .HENRY NORLANDE RUTTAN (1848-1925) engineer
 |
 .Leah Demarest - Samuel Demaree
 |.Maria Demaree - Jacobus Westervelt
 ||.Jacobus Westervelt  - Phebe Cozine
 || .Elizabeth Westervelt  - Cyrus Crawford Scott
 ||  .William Henry Scott  - Esther Morrison
 ||   .Easter Adella Scott - Charles Tillmon Hargrove
 ||    .Sarah Virginia Hargrove - Colley Edward Martin
 ||     .Gladys Lucille Martin - John Denham Timberlake
 ||      .Charles L. Timberlake - Bobbye Joice
 ||       .Randy Timberlake - Lynn Bomar or Harless
 ||        .JUSTIN RANDALL TIMBERLAKE (1981-living) singer
 ||
 |.Rachel Demarest - (1) Gerardus Ryker, (2) John Van Cleave
 ||.(by 1) Gerardus Ryker - Leah Smock
 |||.Rachel Ryker - Peter Hughey
 ||| .Jared Hughey - Mary Roberts
 |||  .Henry McClellan Hughey - Violet Elizabeth Dodge
 |||   .Maude Matilda Hughey - Edmund Emial Kemper
 |||    .Edmund Emil Kenmper - Clarnell Stage
 |||     .EDMUND EMIL KEMPER III (1948-living) seriel killer
 |||
 ||.(by 2) David Van Cleave - Rachel Swearingen
 || .Peter Cameron Van Cleave - Mary Louise King
 ||  .Wiliam Stanley Van Cleave - Ida May Smith
 ||   .Vesta Viola van Cleave - John Harrison Bowers
 ||    .Robert Stanley Bowers - Maxine Nichols
 ||     .DEANNA BOWERS (1948-living) film and TV actor - CHRISTOPHER STONE (1942-1995) film and TV actor
 ||
 |.Tryntje Demarest - Jacob Smock
 | .Leah Smock- Gerardus Ryker
 |  .Rachel Ryker - Peter Hughey
 |   .Jared Hughey - Mary Roberts
 |    .Henry McClellan Hughey - Violet Elizabeth Dodge
 |     .Maude Matilda Hughey - Edmund Emial Kemper
 |      .Edmund Emil Kenmper - Clarnell Stage
 |       .EDMUND EMIL KEMPER III (1948-living) seriel killer
 |
 .Trientje Demerest - Laurence Verway
  .Elizabeth Frances Verwey - Abraham D. Ackerman
   .Lawrence Ackerman - Cynthia Bent Robertson
    .Joseph Chandler Ackerman - Belinda Sophia van Buren
    |.Caroline Netta Ackerman - Edward Stillman Kendrick
    | .Caroline Isabelle Kendrick - William Darius Eddy
    |  .NELSON ACKERMAN EDDY (1901-1967) singer, film actor
    |
    .WILLIAM KELLY ACKERMAN (1832-1905) railroad president, financier

      
6. William Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1668 possibly in Shapanaconk, New York. In Nassau, New York, he married Elizabeth (__).
7. Grietie Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record. On 11 May 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married Jan Pieterszen Mead, a son of Pieter Janszen Mead and Styntje Jacobs, who was baptised on 17 February 1660 in Amersfoort, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Jan came to New Netherlands with his parents in 1663. He was a weaver by trade. Jan made his will on 1 November 1709 but did not die until about 1714 although the date is uncertain because the will was never proven until 27 April 1745. His wife wife was still living in 1745 and qualified as sole executrix.

8. David Mandeville, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1670 possibly in New Amersfoort, New York. On 19 July 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Marytie Van Hoesen, a daughter of Jurrian Janszen Van Hoesen and Katherine (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1672.

David obtained, with others, an option for 3500 acres of land in Pacquanac.


 
3410
Jan Harris, had no birth or baptismal record, and died prior to 12 July 1694.
3411
Lysbeth Claese, had no birth or baptismal record. With Banns published on 3 April 1667 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her first husband Johannes Gerritszen Burger. He was referred to in the marriage record as "j.m. Van Mydrecht," and she as "Uyt de Cuyndert." She married as her second husband Jan Harris. On 12 July 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her third husband Jean Kerr. The marriage record reads: "1694 July 12. Jean Kerr, aged 31 years, y.m., of Londonderry, Ireland, last from Southampton, and Elisabeth Claassen, wid. of Jean Harrits, of N.A." [parents]
 
Children of Johannes Gerritszen Burger and Lysbeth Claese
1. Gerrit Burger, was baptised on 3 January 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Adriaen Dirckszen and Tryntie Klock). On 6 December 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Sara Martense Ryersen, a daughter of Marten Ryerson and Annetje Rapalje, who was born in Wallabocht, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York according to her marriage record and baptised on 30 May 1673 s recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Theunis Gysbertszen and Judith Joris). Banns for their marriage were published 10 November 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York.
2. Pieter Burger, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 17 May 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Catharine Nathaniels Hennion, a daughter of Nathaniel Hennion and Anneken Ackerman, who was baptised on 17 February 1673 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Laurens Ackerman and Grietie Plettenburg). Banns for their marriage were published 1 May 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York.
Pieter Burger and Catharina Nathaniels Hennion have other descendants, such as:
.(by 1) Lysbeth Burger - (1) Jacobus Bockee, (2) Alexander Phoenix
 .Abraham Bockee - Maria Kaar
  .(by 1) Jacob Bockee - Catharine Smith
  |.ABRAHAM BOCKEE (1784-1865) Congressman
  |.Maria Bockee - Morgan Carpenter
  | .BENJAMIN PLATT CARPENTER (1837-1921) Governor
  |
  .(by 2) Alexander Phoenix - Cornelia (__)
  |.Daniel Phoenix - Anna Lewis Phillips
  | .JONAS PHILLIPS PHOENIX (1788-1859) Congressman - Mary Whitney
  | |.Mary Caroline Phoenix - George Henry Warren
  | ||.WHITNEY WARREN (1864-1943) architect
  | ||
  | |.STEPHEN WHITNEY PHOENIX (1839-1881) benefactor
  | |
  | .Elizabeth Waldron Phoenix - Henry Rutgers Remsen
  |  .Ann Elizabeth Remsen - ALEXANDER STEWART WEBB (1835-1911) Brevet Major-General
  |
  .(by 2) Catharina Phoenix - Adolph Waldron
   .Catharina Waldron - David Godwin
    .Catharine Bogert Godwin - CHARLES GERRIT DEWITT (1789-1839) Congressman
      
3. Eva Burger, had no birth or baptismal record. She married as her first husband George Hulgrove; and as her second husband Thomas Scurlock.

Eva's will, written in November 1750 and proved on 6 December 1754 reads as follows:

In the name of God, Amen. I, Eve Scurlock, of New York, "victular and tavern keeper," widow of Thomas Scurlock, of New York, being far advanced in years, "In consideration of the extraordinary fidelity, faithful service, and good behaviour of my negro slave C`sar, and my four other slaves, I manumit them and set them free from all manner of slavery and bondage." I leave to C`sar £4 and a pair of hand irons, and 1/2 the firewood, soap, and candles, six plates, the English books, and a small looking glass. To my slave Anthony I leave the tools he commonly works with in the carpenter's trade. To my slave Ann £3 and some household utensils, and my homespun clothes "and the cupboard I put my clothes in." I give to Elizabeth Man, daughter of my sister Catharine, my purple Tafeta wrap, my quilted peticoat, a suit of calico, and £6. To Eve Oaks, my brother's daughter, my white lutestring wrapper and black quilted peticoat. I leave all the rest of my estate to the children of my brother, Peter Burger, and the children of my brother, Garrit Burger, deceased. And whereas my sister, Catharine Van Dusen, is grown old and almost incapable of helping herself, and as she liveth with her daughter, Elizabeth Man, and her husband, and under their care, I therefore leave to Elizabeth Man and to my nephew, John Van Dusen, 1/3 my estate.

Witnesses: John Alsop, Cornelius Cosyne, and John Clemm.

4. Catharina Burger, had no birth or baptismal record. About 1688 she married Jacobus Isaacszen Van Deusen, a son of Isaac Abrahamszen Van Deusen and Jannetje Janes, who had no birth or baptismal record.
Catharina Burger and Jacobus Isaacszen Van Deusen have other descendants, such as:
.Johannes Van Deusen - Geertje Minthorn
 .Philip Van Deusen - Susanna Blanck
  .Abraham Van Deusen - Cornelia Vredenburgh
   .Mariatje Van Deusen - Eli Bagley
   |.Lora Bagley - Daniel Van Dusen (below)
   | .Robert Van Dusen - Anne Hortley
   |  .Cynthia Van Dusen - Thomas Scott Marcher
   |   .Cora Brown Marcher - John F Bickel
   |    .FREDERIC MARCH (né ERNEST FREDERICK MCINTYRE BICKEL) (1897-1975) film and stage actor
   |     - FLORENCE ELDRIDGE (née MCKECHNIE) (1901-1988) film and stage actor
   |
   .Robert Van Deusen - Cloah Althizer
    .Daniel Van Dusen - Lora Bagley
     .Robert Van Dusen - Anne Hortley
      .Cynthia Van Dusen - Thomas Scott Marcher
       .Cora Brown Marcher - John F Bickel
	.FREDERIC MARCH (né ERNEST FREDERICK MCINTYRE BICKEL) (1897-1975) film and stage actor
	 - FLORENCE ELDRIDGE (née MCKECHNIE) (1901-1988) film and stage actor

  

 
 
Children of Jan Harris and Lysbeth Claese
1. Elisabeth Janse Harris, married as her first husband and his second wife Hendrick Mandeville; and as her second husband Barent Jacobus.
2. Jan Harris, had no birth or baptismal record. He married Jannetje Nessepat, a daughter of Jasper Nessepat and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

The will of John Harris, baker, of New York City, was dated 29 August 1730. In it he mentioned his wife Jane, daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine, wife of Rev. Ebenezer Pemberton, and Jane, wife of Gideon Lynsen, and son John. Executors were his wife, son John, and son-in-law Ebenezer Pemberton. Witnesses were Johannes Hyer, Edward Gatehouse, and Richd. Nicholls.

The will of Jane Harris, widow, of New York City, was dated 3 August 1739 and reads in part:

Page 130.--In the name of God, Amen. I, Jane Harris, of New York, widow. "I direct that the lot or parcel of land which belongs to me in the Commons of the city near the Fresh water, and which is inclosed with a boarded fence, and has a dwelling house on part thereof, be divided into four lots of equal quantity. The lot with the house on it is to be for my son John, but if he die without heirs then to his sisters, Jane, wife of Gideon Lynsen, Catharine, wife of Ebenezer Pemberton, Elizabeth and Mary Harris." One lot to Catharine Pemberton for life, and then to her son, William Smith. One lot to my daughter Elizabeth, and another lot to my daughter, Mary Harris. I leave to my daughter Jane, wife of Gideon Lynsen, all that my dwelling house and lot on the north side of Stone street, between the house and ground of Elizabeth De Forrest on the west, and the ground of Rodrigo Pacheco on the east, to her for life, then to her children. Whereas my late husband, John Harris, by his will, August 29, 1730, left me two slaves, I give them to my daughters, Elizabeth and Mary. I make my good friends, David Abeel and Richard Ray, executors. Witnesses, John Peter Zenger, Jesse De Forrest, Henry De Forrest. Proved, August 21, 1741. Richard Ray was then dead.

[NOTE.--The large lot divided into four lots, as above, is now a part of the City Hall Park, and bounded north by Chambers street, west by Broadway. The only child of Catharine Harris was William Peartree Smith, by her first husband, William Smith. He bought 10/12 from the other owners (including his own right) and sold it to the Mayor and Aldermen. The south part of the lot was sold by Jane Arden and Francis Arden, her husband, to Isaac Sears, February 3, 1770. Sears was the noted leader of the "Sons of Liberty," and on this lot the second Liberty pole was erected, after the first had been cut down by the British soldiers. This was opposite Murray street, and was bounded east by the Poorhouse. The whole was afterwards bought by the city. The house and lot on Stone street was formerly owned by Jasper Nessepot, and is now a part of the Produce Exchange. The French Huguenot church stood on the north end of this lot, next to Marketfield street, or "Petticoat Lane."--W. S. P.] Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744, pages 343 & 344:

Jan Harris and Jannetje Nessepat have other descendants, such as:
.Catharina Harris -  William Smith
 .William Smith - Mary Bryant
  .Catharie Smith - ELISHA BOUDINOT (1749-1819) State Supreme Court justice
   .Catharine Boudinot - Lewis Atterbury
    .Lewis Atterbury - Susan L. Butler
    |.Helen Butler Atterbury - WILLIAM SCUDDER STRYKER (1836-1900) Brigadier-General
    | .Kathlyn Berrien Stryker - CHARLES LIVINGSTON HYDE (1863-1925) railroad president
    |
    .John Guest Atterbury - Catherine Jones Larned
    |.Charles Larned Atterbury - Katherine Mitchell Dow
    ||.GROSVENOR ATTERBURY (1869-1956) architect
    ||
    |.Katherine Boudinot Atterbury - Charles Horace Conner
    ||.LEWIS ATTERBURY CONNER (1867-1950) cardiology pioneer
    ||.Katharine Conner - HOWARD LOWRIE FISHER (?-?) Lusitania survivor
    ||.DOROTHY CONNER (1890-1967) Lusitania survivor
    ||.Julia Allen Conner - HAROLD JAMES RECKITT (1868-1930) member of Parliment
    ||
    |.WILLIAM WALLACE ATTERBURY (1866-1935) Brigadier-General - Minnie Hoffman
    | .MALCOLM ATTERBURY (1907-1992) film and TV actor
    |
    .Julia Maria Atterbury - HENRY CLARK STIMSON (1812-1894) railroad president
     .Henry Albert Stimson - Alice Wheaton Bartlett
     |.JULIA CATHERINE STIMSON (1881-1948) nurse
     |
     .LEWIS ATTERBURY STIMSON (1844-1917) physician - Candace T. Wheeler
     |.HENRY LEWIS STIMSON (1867-1950) U.S. Cabinet Secretary
     |
     .JOHN WARD STIMSON (1850-1930) artist - Eleanor Elvira Maxson
     |.Eleanor Kenyon Stimson - VAN WYCK BROOKS (1886-1963) literary critic
     |
     .Catherine Boudinot Stimson - THEODORE WESTON (1832-1919) engineer
     .Julia Josephine Stimson - Henry Patterson Loomis
      .ALFRED LEE LOOMIS (1887-1975) inventor
      |
      .Julia Atterbury Loomis - Landon Ketchum Thorne
       .Landon Ketchum Thorne, Jr. - Alice Smith Barry
	.Julia Stimson Thorne - JOHN FORBES KERRY (1943-living) Senator, presidential also-ran

      
3. Marie Harris, was baptised on 22 November 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Robbert Sandersz, by Gerritje Vile).
4. Willem Harris, was baptised on 7 April 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Harmon Tomesz, by Caterina Borger), and died young.
5. Willem Harris, was baptised on 6 September 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Mr. Kint, Benoni Van Corlar, and Lysbeth Van der Poel).
Willem Harris and Catryntje Noxon have other descendants, such as:
.Ann Harris - Johannes DeWitt
 .Catharina DeWitt - Johannes Quackenbos
  .Annatje Quackenbos - THOMAS GREENLEAF (1755-1798) printer, journalist
   .Joseph Greenleaf - Emeline Matilda Riley
    .Thomas Greenleaf - Eleanor Leal
     .JAMES LEAL GREENLEAF (1857-1933) landscape architect

  

 
3412
Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane, had no birth or baptismal record, and died between 1698 and 12 April 1702.

As Hendrick Hendricks Van Reegnan, he was one of the witnesses to the will of Sigismund of New York, dated 17 September 1673. This is the earliest record of Hendrick in New York. By 13 June 1684 he owned land in Second River, New Jersey. At a Newark Town meeting on 5 March 1693/94, he, along with others, were "admitted Planters." On 25 March 1696 he paid quit rent for forty four acres in Essex County, New Jersey.

3413
Seytje Spier, was baptised on 25 July 1665 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Tryntie Kip). She married as her first husband Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane. On 12 April 1702 she married as her second husband and as his second wife Poulus Douwesen, the widower of Aaltje Jacobs. He and Seytje "received certificate to New York," on 3 May 1720. [parents]
 
Children of Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane and Seytje Spier
1. Hendrick Bruyn, married Margrietje Lacomba.
2. (__) Bruyn (a daughter), had no birth or baptismal record and was buried 4 September 1682 in Bergen, Bergen County, NJ, according to records for the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.
3. Johannes Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record. On 28 July 1702 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Rebecca Van den Boog, a daughter of Frederick Hendrickszen Van den Boog and Lysbeth Salomons, who was probably baptised on 28 February 1677 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Gerardus Beeckman and Tryntie Beeckman).

According to his marriage record, Johannes was living in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey, at the time of his marriage.

Johannes Bruyn and Rebecca Van den Boog have other descendants, such as:
.Saertje Bruyn - Johannes Jacobus
 .Roelof Jacobus - Fransyntje Rycke
  .Johannes Jacobus - Anche Doremus
   .John I. Jacobus - Mary Aber
    .Henry Oliver Jacobus - Harriet Amanda Aber
     .John Ira Jacobus - Ida Wilmot Lines
      .DONALD LINES JACOBUS (1887-1970) genealogist

      
4. Magdalena Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was borna bout 1687 in Pemmerpogh, New Jersey. On 15 October 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen she married as her first husband Hendrick Van Houten, a son of Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten and Magdalena Van Giesen, who was born on 8 November 1683 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, baptised on 2 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Bastiensen van Giesen and Jannetje Pieters), and died prior to 6 February 1713/1714. on 6 February 1713/1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married as her second husband and as his second wife Hessel Pieterszen, the widower of Elisabeth Kuyper and a son of Pieter Hesselszen and Elisabeth Gerrits, who was baptised on 21 July 1668 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Jacob Kip and Maria de La Montagne).
5. Barent Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Pemmerpogh, New Jersey. On 30 April 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Annetje Barten, a daughter of Jacob Barton and Hillegonde Jacobs, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Banns for their marriage were published on 27 March 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. They were admitted in 1735 to the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River from the Reformed Dutch Church of Acquackanonk. Barent signed by mark as a deacon of the Second River Church in 1735 and 1739. He was replaced as elder on 20 May 1744, and relected elder on 20 May 1750.

6. Aeltje Bruyn, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in Newark County, New Jersey , according to her marriage record. On 17 March 1722 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack she married Jan Outwater, a son of Thomas Franzen Outwater and Tryntje Van Breestede, who who was born in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 4 November 1694 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Thys Franszen and Jannetje Breestede).

Jan was living at Monachie at the time of his marriage. Aeltje joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Second River in 1735.


 
3414
Anthony LaComba, had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born about 1655. He died prior to 2 April 1688.

He was referred to in baptismal records as La Conde, Lacont, La Komba, and de LaCombe.

3415
Styntje Jans, had no birth or baptismal record and may have been born about 1660.

Styntje sometimes appears in the baptismal record with the patronymic Pieters.
 
Children of Anthony LaComba and Styntje Jans
1. Margrietje Lacomba, married Hendrick Bruyn.
2. Styntje LaComba, was baptised on 23 August 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Dirck Janszen and Grietje Jacobs).
3. Jean Anthony, was baptised on 30 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: None).
4. Catreyn LaComba, was baptised on 6 April 1686 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Lourus Ackerman and Hilletje Jans).
5. Magdalena LaComba, was baptised on 2 April 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Elyas Magielsa Vreelant and Mareya Franse). On 16 June 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with banns published there on 12 May 1706) she married as his first wife Gysbert Janszen Van Blarcom, a son of Jan Lubbertsen and Magdaleentje Theunis, who was baptised on 21 May 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Jacob Janse van de Bilt and Catreyna Hoppe).

Gysbert lived on the east bank of the Saddle River in New Barbadoes Township, Bergen County. He and his wife joined the Hackensack Reformed Church on 8 October 1715 by letter from Bergen. After the death of Magdalena, Gysbert married as his second wife Antje Christeen. The will of Gisbert Van Blarkom of Bergen County was dated 23 April 1760 and proved on 3 March 1764, and in it he left 20 shillings to son John as his birthright; real and personal estate to wife Antie while his widow; son Hendrick one-half of the home plantation on Saddle River; son Jacobus the other half, and the house; each son to pay £40 each to Lena Ferdon and Antie Vreeland. He also stated that he had already given sons John, Antone, and William deed for lands where each lived. The executors were his wife, and Jacob Ferdon; and the witnesses were Pieter Kip, Jacobus Huysman, and Reinier Van Giesen.


 

3416
Hendrick Janszen Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Aschwaerde, The Netherlands. He died prior to May 1679, possibly even before 4 September 1674. He married on 14 September 1652 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam.

His marriage record states that he was "van Aschwaerde in't stift Bremen." On 18 November 1659, he petitioned for payment of 30 gl. balance of rent due from Aafie Leenders. On 14 February 1660, he purchased from Pieter Pietersen Menist a lot on Heere Graf (Broad Street) which the latter had just purchased from Fredrick Lubbersen. Apparently he visited Holland shortly thereafter as he, his wife, and two children, aged four and five years, returned to New Amsterdam on "De Trouw" on 23 December 1660.

In 1661 Hendrick Jansen Spiering and Johan de Decker were in disagreement concerning repairs made to a house in New Amsterdam. The case was referred to arbitrators who reported on 9 September 1662. Their findings were not given.

Hendrick sold the Heere Graf lot, with a house on it, to Christoffel van Laer, a shoemaker, on 9 May 1662. Disputes concerning this sale were recorded in the town records on 29 May 1663. Hendrick's name appears in the records again when, on 2 October 1668, he acknowledged a debt of 360 florins to Nathaniel Jans Backer and requested a delay in repaying. Spier was granted one month to pay the debt plus costs.

His arrival in what is now New Jersey occurred following his purchase of twenty-five morgans of land near Gemenoepa in July 1662 from Annatien Dircksen, widow of Pieter Kock. This land was one-half of that originally granted to Klaes Karstensen Noorman on 25 March 1647. Hendrick's purchase was confirmed by a patent from Governot Carteret on 1 May 1668. The patent stated that the land was at Minqackqua. It remained in the Spier family until 1 May 1768 when it was sold to Jacob Van Wagenen. Hendrick Spier evidently moved to New Jersey and was living at Mingackqua in 1662 as he was one of the three men who signed a petition refusing support of a Clergyman at Bergen. He extended his holdings by purchasing from Severyn Laurensen about seventy acres of land adjoining that which he already owned. This tract was sold on 10 April 1694 to Gerrit Gerritse Van Wagenen, Jr., by Hendrick's widow and children to pay his debts. On 15 June 1674 Hendrick petitioned, with Joost van der Linde, Hendrick De Backer, and Harmen Edewartse, for land on Staten Island. On 7 July 1674 Hendrick was granted twenty-five morgens "beginning opposite Schutter's Island and further westerly along the Kill van Kull". It appears that Hendrick died prior to 4 September 1674, as a patent for land on Staten Island was granted to Jans and Hans Spieringh, two of his sons, on that date. It is certain that he died prior to May 1679 when a son of Magdalen Hansen, widow of Henrick Jansen Spier, was buried at Bergen.

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Madgalena Jans Van Swol, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Zwolle, Overijessel, The Netherlands, and died on 12 June 1697. She married as her first husband Hendrick Janszen Spier. She married as her second husband and as his second wife Harmen Edwards, the widower of Jannetje Hendricks, who had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 30 April 1681 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. Magdalena was identified as his widow in the Flatbush Reformed Dutch Church record of her betrothal to her third husband. On 11 December 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush she married as her third husband and as his third wife Jan Aertszen Van der Bilt, the widower of Annetje Hendricks and Dieber Cornelis, who was born about 1627 in The Bilt, Utrecht, The Netherlands, and was buried on 2 February 1705 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. Banns for their marriage were published 13 November 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.
 
Children of Hendrick Janszen Spier and Madgalena Jans Van Swol
1. Johannes Spier, married maritje Franse.
2. Sytje Spier, married as her first husband Hendrick Hendrickszen Van Rane, and as her second husband Poulus Douwesen.
3. Tryntie Spier, was baptised on 25 March 1657 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Nicolaes Backer and Catharina Booth).
4. Hans Spier, was baptised on 8 April 1663 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Cornelis Eenduym and Marritie Frans), and died after 13 July 1726. On 1 August 1683 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married Tryntje Pieters, a daughter of Pieters Casparszen Van Naerden and Aechtie Jans, who was baptised on 17 December 1662 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Sara Pieters).

In addition to the land on Staten Island for which Hans and his brother, Johannes, received a patent, Hans acquired a considerable amount of land along the Passaic River in what is now Belleville. On 2 April 1695 he purchased from John Gardner and his wife, Abigail, of Newark, eighty acres located between land belonging to John Ward, Sr., and Sam Ward. At the same time, Hans purchased from Gardner five acres of salt meadow north of Maple Island Creek and two acres of boggy meadow adjacent to property owned by Tunis Jansen Pier. Hans purchased from John Curtiss and his wife, Hannah, on 19 April 1698, a lot on the north side of the Second River. The salt meadow property was sold on 23 December 1698 to Abraham Ruckkey of Newark, a "wever". In this deed, Hans (Hance) is indentifed as a planter. On 1 May 1701 with his brother Jan, and seven others, Hans purchased from the Indians a large amount of land bewteen the mountains and the "Pasaeck River". This was probably in what is now the Fairfield area. On 10 August 1713 Hans purchased for £60, 150 acres from Peter Sonmans. He and his wife coneyed this land to their son, Hans Spier, Jr., for £40 on 3 October 1721. Earlier, on 24 April 1721, Hans and his wife, Trintie, sold a "slip of land" to Elias Boudinot. It was located on the north side of the Second River. A part of the tract which Hans bought from Gardner was sold on 25 April 1722 to Johannes Dowe. It was along the Passaic River, adjacent to land of Hans' daughter Maria. The grantor's name in the body of the deed is Johannes Hendrick Spier but it was signed by Hance Spier and Trynke, his wife. Then on 13 July 1726 Hans and his wife, Catryna, sold, for £26 New York currency, a "small tract of land...beginning at the highway at the northeast corner of a small tract sold by me the said Hance Spier to Abraham King thence northerly as the highway runs one hundred and thirty six foots in breadth thence westerly one hundred and seventy foots more or less..." The grantees were Aaron Schuyler, John Stoutenborh, Garret Woutersee, Ffrance Vandike, Corneilus Tomasee, and Abraham Vreelandt. The deed states that a school house was already erected on the site and that the purpose of the land is for religious meetings. Hans was living as late as 13 July 1726 when he conveyed land for the Second River (now Belleville) Reformed Church.

Hans Spier and Tryntje Pieters have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick Spier - Rachel Pier
|.Fytje Spier - Jacob Edwards
| .Effie Edwards - Jacob Kent
|  .Elias Kent - Ruth Williams
|  |.Rachel Kent - Abner Williams
|  | .William Hyatt Williams - Rebecca Day
|  |  .Laura Laurinda Williams - Horace Perry Wheeler
|  |   .Ethel Laurinda Wheeler - Frederick Ward
|  |    .EVELYN WARD (?-?) TV actor
|  |     - (1) JOHN JOSEPH EDWARD CASSIDY (aka JACK) (1927-1976) stage, film, and TV actor
|  |     - (2) NORMAN ZENOS MCLEOD (1898-1964) film director
|  |     - (3) ELLIOT SILVERSTEIN (1927-living) TV director
|  |     .(by 1) DAVID BRUCE CASSIDY (1950-living) TV actor, musician
|  |      - (1) KAY ANN LENZ (1953-living) film and TV actor
|  |      - (liaison) Sherry Benedon
|  |      .(by liaison) KATHERINE EVELYN ANITA CASSIDY (1986-living) singer, film and TV actor
|  |
|  .Mary Kent - Joseph Williams
|   .Abner Williams - Rachel Kent
|    .William Hyatt Williams - Rebecca Day
|     .Laura Laurinda Williams - Horace Perry Wheeler
|      .Ethel Laurinda Wheeler - Frederick Ward
|       .EVELYN WARD (?-?) TV actor
|        - (1) JOHN JOSEPH EDWARD CASSIDY (aka JACK) (1927-1976) stage, film, and TV actor
|        - (2) NORMAN ZENOS MCLEOD (1898-1964) film director
|        - (3) ELLIOT SILVERSTEIN (1927-living) TV director
|        .(by 1) DAVID BRUCE CASSIDY (1950-living) TV actor, musician
|         - (1) KAY ANN LENZ (1953-living) film and TV actor
|         - (liaison) Sherry Benedon
|         .(by liaison) KATHERINE EVELYN ANITA CASSIDY (1986-living) singer, film and TV actor
|
.Johannis Spier - Sara Wouterse
 .Rachel Spier - Hendrick Mandeville
  .Sarah Mandeville - Johannis Doremus
   .Anche Doremus - Johannes Jacobus
    .John I. Jacobus - Mary Aber
     .Henry Oliver Jacobus - Harriet Amanda Aber
      .John Ira Jacobus - Ida Wilmot Lines
       .DONALD LINES JACOBUS (1887-1970) genealogist

      
5. Willemtje Spier, was baptised on 12 July 1665 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Stoffel Van Laer and Dirckie Alberts). She married Claes Hendrickszen Volck.
6. Cathryntje Spier, was baptised on 11 December 1667 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Dirck Claeszen and Peryntie Michiels). She married Willem Merrit.
7. Abraham Spier, was baptised on 16 June 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Reynier Willemszen and Marritie Cobs), and was buried on 12 May 1679 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
8. Barent Spier, had no birth or baptismal record and died on 8 May 1742. On 9 August 1698 in Acquackanonk, Passaic County, New Jersey, he married Catelyntje Hendrickse Jacobs, a daughter of Jacob Hendrickse Hafte and Geesje Bartels, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1676, and died on 16 December 1767.

 
 
Children of Madgalena Jans Van Swol and Jan Aertszen Van der Bilt
1. Jan Janszen Van Der Bilt, had no baptismal record. About 1733 he is thought to have married as her second husband Magdalena Lefferts, the widow of Gerret Martense and a daughter of Leffert Pieterse and Abigail Van Nuyse, who had no birth or baptismal record.

 
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Frans Jacobsen, had no birth or baptismal record, and died about 1664 in New Amsterdam/New York City.

Frans, Geertie, and two children aged 3 and 1½, arrived in New Amsterdam aboard de Beaver, Captain Pieter Reyersen, on 9 May 1661. On 9 June 1665, Geertruyd Gerrits, widow of Frans Jacobzen was recorded as intending to marry Cornelis Abrahams, living at Hasymes. It was further recorded that Frans Jacobs left three minors, Mary, Gerritje and Jacob, by said Geertruyd Gerrits. Ide Cornelisz Van Vorst and Claas Janzen Ramaacker were appointed guardians of said children. [Extracts from Dutch Documents, Bound in a Book Labelled "Original Records of Burgomasters and Orphan Masters. Surrogates." [HSYB 1900:127]] The child "Gerritje" was probably an error made in the records and should read "Gerrit."

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Geertie Gerrits, had no birth or baptismal record, died in Pemperbogh, Bergen County, New Jersey, and was buried on 11 October 1688 according to burial records for the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. She married as her first husband Frans Jacobsen. On 31 May 1665 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her second husband Cornelis Abrahamszen, who had no birth or baptismal record and according to his marriage record was born in Deyl, Gelderland, The Netherlands ["Cornelis Abrahamszen, j.g. Van Deyl in Gelderlt, en Geertruid Gerrits, Wed. Van Frans Jacobs, of hasymes."], and was buried on 3 January 1677 according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. He was living in Pennerepoch at Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, at the time of his death.

he burial record for Geertie as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen read: "October 11, 1680. Bur. Geertruy Gerrits ------------Cornelis Abrahams, having lived at Pemmerepoch, eighth with pall."
 
Children of Frans Jacobsen and Geertie Gerrits
1. Gerrit Franse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658 possibly in Beest, The Netherlands. He died probably unmarried and was buried on 8 May 1679 [Gerrit Fransen, son of Geertruyt Gerrits, of Pemmerpoch, the fourth with the pall, at Bergen] according to records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.
2. Maritje Franse, married Johannes Spier.
3. Jacob Franse, was baptised on 30 March 1664 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: None).

 
 
Children of Geertie Gerrits and Cornelis Abrahamszen
1. Grietie Abrahamszen, was baptised on 29 September 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Andries Jeuriaens and Geertruyd Cozyns). Nothing further is known of her.

 

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Roelof Corneliszen Van Houten, had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 16 June 1672 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. He married in 1664.

Roelof arrived in New Netherlands in 1638. Roelof and Gerritie are credited with several other children, namely Magdalene, Magliteltje, Geesje, Henry, and Catharine. Magliteltje is in reality a daughter of Roelof de Duytser. There is no evidence to my knowledge to suggest that the other named children ever existed. Geesie Roelofse who married Lubbert Lubbertsen Westervelt is not a daughter of Roelof Cornelisse Van Houten. She was born at approximately the same time that Roelof was making it impossible for her to be his daughter. [parents]

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Gerritie Cornelise Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1627 probably in The Netherlands, and was buried on 11 September 1689 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. She married as her first husband Roelof Corneliszen Van Houten. On 4 September 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with Banns published there on 18 AUgust 1672] she married as her second husband and as his second wife Jacob Lubi, the widower of Geertruyt Leons, who had no birth or baptismal record and was borna bout 1618 probably in The Netherlands, and was buried ("59th with pall") on 11 June 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. [parents]
 
Children of Roelof Corneliszen Van Houten and Gerritie Cornelisse Van Ness
1. Helmigh Roelofszen Van Houten, was baptised on 25 June 1648 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Jan Claeszen Damen, Diever Cornelis, and Corn. Corneliszen), died on 7 October 1729, and was buried on 9 October 1729 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. On 2 October 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married Jannetje Pieterse Merselis, a daughter of Pieter Merselis and Elisabeth (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

Banns for their marriage were published on 3 September 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. In the marriage record Hellemeg was recorded as "y.m. from Bergen", and Jannetje as "y.d. from Gelderland", and they were married by the preacher in Bergen. By deed dated 2 November 1696, Helmigh bought lot #2 at Slotterdam. He conveyed the north half of the lot to his son Peter on 27 October 1711. On 25 June 1677, Jannetje joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.

Helmigh Roelofszen Van Houten and Jannetje Merselis have other descendants, such as:
.Roelof Helmigszen Van Houten - Feytje Sickles
|.Robert Van Houten - Elizabeth Post
||.Catriena Van Houten - Johannes Post
|| .Robert J. Post - Rachel Vanderhoff
||  .Catherine Post - Casperus J. Zabriskie
||   .Eliza Jane Zabriskie - Benjamin S. Demarest
||    .Samuel B. Demarest - Wilhelmena Lindgren
||     .CARL WILLIAM DEMAREST (1892-1983) film actor
||
|.Jannetje Van Houten - Jacob Van Wagenen
| .Johannes Van Wagenen - Margrietje Demarest
|  .Jannetje Van Wagenen - David Durie
|   .John Durie - Eliza A. Vanderlinda
|    .Jane Durie - William Henry Blauvelt
|     .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
|      .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
|       .DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)
|
.Pieter Helmigszen Van Houten - Claertje Post
|.Adriaen Pietersezn Van Houten - Angenietje Bogart
| .Pieter Adriaen Van Houten - Rachel Lyne
| |.John Peter Van Houten - Annatje Roome
| | .Sarah Van Houten - George Tise
| | |.Hannah Van Houten Tise - John Van Wagenen Brinkerhoff
| | | .Eleanor Ann Brinkerhoff - GEORGE BRAGG FIELDER (1842-1906) Congressman
| | |  .JAMES FAIRMAN FIELDER (1867-1954) Governor
| | |
| | .Mary Van Houten - Halmagh John Van Wagenen
| |  .John Halmagh Van Wagenen - Eliza Smith
| |  |.David Van Wagenen - Julie Ann Provoost
| |  | .Alma Van Wagenen - Birdie Ethel Gray
| |  |  .Frank Alton Van Wagenen - Phyllis Barker
| |  |   .Lola Jean Van Wagenen - CHARLES ROBERT REDFORD, Jr. (1937-living) film actor
| |  |    .DAVID JAMES REDFORD (1962-living) screenwriter, institute founder
| |  |    .AMY HART REDFORD (1970-living) film actor
| |  |
| |  .Sarah Van Houten Van Wagoner - John Boylston Fairbanks
| |   .John Boylston Fairbanks - Lilie Annetta Huish
| |    .AVARD TENNYSON FAIRBANKS (1897-1987) sculptor
| |
| .Willempje Van Houten - Anthony Mandeville
|  .Lena Mandeville - Cornelis T. Doremus
|   .Thomas C. Doremus - Sarah Platte Haines
|    .ROBERT OGDEN DOREMUS (1824-1906) chemist - Estelle Emma Skidmore
|     .CHARLES AVERY DOREMUS (1851-1925) chemist
|
.Cornelis Helmigszen Van Houten - Aatje Vreeland
|.Claesje Van Houten - Hartman Corneliszen Brinkerhoff
| .Hendrick Brinckerhoff - Leah Van Wagenen
|  .Hartman Brinkerhoff - Eleanor Clendenny
|   .John Van Wagenen Brinkerhoff - Hannah Van Houten Tise
|    .Eleanor Ann Brinkerhoff - GEORGE BRAGG FIELDER  (1842-1906) Congressman
|     .JAMES FAIRMAN FIELDER (1867-1954) Governor
|
.Catlyntje Van Houten - Johannis Gerritszen Van Wagenen
|.Helmig Van Wagenen - Marritje Brinkerhoff
||.Johannes Van Wagenen - Johanna Van Dervoort
|| .Halmagh John Van Wagenen - Mary Van Houten
||  .John Halmagh Van Wagenen - Eliza Smith
||  |.David Van Wagenen - Julie Ann Provoost
||  | .Alma Van Wagenen - Birdie Ethel Gray
||  |  .Frank Alton Van Wagenen - Phyllis Barker
||  |   .Lola Jean Van Wagenen - CHARLES ROBERT REDFORD (1937-living) film actor
||  |    .DAVID JAMES REDFORD (1962-living) screenwriter, institute founder
||  |    .AMY HART REDFORD (1970-living) film actor
||  |
||  .Sarah Van Houten Van Wagoner - John Boylston Fairbanks
||   .John Boylston Fairbanks - Lilie Annetta Huish
||    .AVARD TENNYSON FAIRBANKS (1897-1987) sculptor
||
|.Jacob Van Wagenen - Jannetje Van Houten
||.Johannes Van Wagenen - Margrietje Demarest
|| .Jannetje Van Wagenen - David Durie
||  .John Durie - Eliza A. Vanderlinda
||   .Jane Durie - William Henry Blauvelt
||    .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
||     .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
||      .DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)
||
|.Johannis Johanniszen Van Wagenen - Neesje Van Wagenen
| .Leah Van Wagenen - Hendrick Brinckerhoff
|  .Hartman Brinkerhoff - Eleanor Clendenny
|   .John Van Wagenen Brinkerhoff - Hannah Van Houten Tise
|    .Eleanor Ann Brinkerhoff - GEORGE BRAGG FIELDER  (1842-1906) Congressman
|     .JAMES FAIRMAN FIELDER (1867-1954) Governor
|
.Jacob Van Houten - Marietje Sickels
|.Jannetje Van Houten - Waling Van Winkle
| .Mary Van Winkle - Jonathan Hayden
|  .Samuel Hayden - Christiana (__)
|   .Mary Hayden - Thomas Osburn Hayden
|    .Isaac Hayden - Elizabeth Ann Tharpe
|     .Sarah E. Hayden - John Wilson Rymer
|      .(Orville or Orval) Rymer - Fay Drucilla Brannon
|       .Nedra Ellen Ann Rymer - Donald Ray Paugh
|        .Patricia Ann Paugh - John Bennett Ramsey
|         .JONBÉNET PATRICIA RAMSEY (1990-1996) murder victim
|
.Elizabeth Helmighse Van Houten - Johannes Post
 .Antje Post - Jacob Elias Vreeland
  .Elias Jacob Vreeland - Maragrietje Post
   .Adrian Elias Vreeland - Anna (Haring or Herring)
    .Abraham H. Vreeland - Jane W. Van Riper
     .Herbert H. Vreeland - Caroline A. Reed
      .Thomas Reed Vreeland - DIANA DALZEIL (1906-1989) fashion designer

      
2. Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten, married Magdalena Van Giesen.
3. Teunis Roelofszen Van Houten, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1653 probably in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, and died on 27 July 1737. On 8 January 1678 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married Tryntje Claese Vuyper, a daughter of Claes Janszen Cuyper and Annetje Cornelise Van Vorst, who was baptised on 16 September 1657 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Jacob Stoffelszen, Yden Corneilszen, and Hilletje Jans), and died on 20 August 1734.

Banns for their marriage were published on 23 December 1677 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. He was recorded as "y.m. from Amersfoort, Long Island"; and she as "y.d. from Manatans Isld." They received a certificate on 8 January 1678 for marriage in New York. Teunis removed to Rockland County, New York. As one of the "Committee of Safety", he signed the commission of Jacob Leisler as "Captain of the Fort" at New York on 8 June 1689, and as "Commander in Chief" on 16 August 1689; and he, with others, signed also a letter dated "Fort William in N. Yorke ye 28 Octobr 1689" delivered by Jacob Milborne to convention in Albany, 9 November 1689. He was commissioned a "Justice" for Orange, by Leisler on 14 December 1689.

Teunis Roelofszen Van Houten and Tryntje Claes Kuyper have other descendants, such as:
.Annetie Van Houten - Jacobus DeClark
|.Maria Declark - David Blauvelt
||.Maria Blauvelt - Petrus Haring
|| .Elizabeth Haring - Abraham Blauvelt
||  .Maria Blauvelt - Abraham Blauvelt
||   .Charity Blauvelt - Christian A. Hopper
||    .Gerrit Henry Hopper - Elizabeth Griffiths
||     .EDWARD HOPPER (1882-1967) artist - JOSEPHINE VERSTILLE NIVISON (1885-1968) artist
||
|.Dirck Declark - Aefie Turneur
||.Jacobus Declark - Neeltje Tallman
|| .Neeltje Declark - Jacob Sly
||  .Evander Sly - Olive Higby
||   .William T. Schley - Mary Antionette Reeve
||    .Reeve Schley - Kate Deforest Prentice
||     .Eleanor Prentice Schley - Webster Bray Todd
||      .CHRISTINE TODD (WHITMAN) (1946-living) Governor
||
|.Elizabeth DeClark - Johannes Perry
| .Jacobus Perry - Catharina Haring
|  .William Ferdon - Elizabeth Perry
|   .JOHN WILLIAM FERDON (1826-1184) Congressman
|
.Klaes Van Houten - Margrietje Haring
|.Kathrintie Van Houten - David Demarest
||.Maria Demarest - Peter Demarest
|| .Cornelius Demarest - Maria Demarest
||  .Petrus Demorest - Jane Bro(u)wer
||   .William Jennings Demorest - ELLEN LOUISE CURTIS (1825-1898) businesswoman
||
|.Roelof Van Houten - Catherine Nagle
| .Claes Van Houten - Catharina Blauvelt
|  .ISAAC B. VAN HOUTEN (1776-1850) Congressman
|
.Vroutie Van Houten - Cornelis Smith
 .Cornelis Smith - Maria Peek
  .Margrietje Smith - Jacob Blauvelt
   .Cornelius Blauvelt - Elizabeth Lydecker
    .Jacob Blauvelt - Cornelia Demarest
     .William Henry Blauvelt - Jane Durie
      .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
       .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
	.DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)

  

 
3422
Reynier Bastiaenszen Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 15 May 1707 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.

Reynier's name first appeared in an agreement dated 6 June 1660, between him and the magistrates of Flatbush, Long Island, where he agrees to teach school besides performing other duties. He was without doubt the first schoolmaster of Flatbush. In 1663, he removed to Bergen, NJ. and took the Oath of Allegiance to the English in November 1665. He joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen in 1664 where he held the office of "Voorlezer" for 42 years.

3423
Dircke Cornelisse Van Groenlinde, had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 17 October 1698 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen.
 
Children of Reynier Bastiaenszen Van Giesen and Dircke Cornelisse Van Groenlinde
1. Magdalena Van Giesen, married Cornelis Roelofszen Van Houten.
2. Johannes Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Utrecht, The Netherlands. On 11 July 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with banns published 26 June 1687 and with certificate dated 26 June 1687 to New York) he married as her second husband Aeltje Schempoes, the widow of Jan Evertse Keteltas and a daughter of Jan Janszen Schepmoes and Sara Pieters, who was baptised on 3 September 1645 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Simon Joosten and Marritje Lievens). At the time of his marriage, he was recorded as "y.m. from Utrecht." He joined the Reformed Dutch Church of New York 2 September 1687 "met Attest Van Bergen."
3. Anna Maria Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Midwout, Long Island, New York, and died prior to 3 August 1698. On 31 March 1686 in New Uthrecht, New York, she married as his first wife Johannes janszen Van Tilburg, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1644 in New Utrecht, New Amsterdam, and died prior to 1707.

According to the records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen, they were married upon certificate at New York dated 24 March 1686. He was recorded as "y.m. from N. Utrecht on LI."; and she as "y.d. from Midwout on LI". Johannes and his brother, Isaac, served with Leisler in the 1690 rebellion against strict Dutch colonial rule in New York City. On 3 August 1698 he married as his second wife Grietje Conselyea.

Anna Maria Van Giesen and Johannes Janszen Van Tilburg have other descendants, such as:
.Pieter Van Tilburg - Metje Bouwman
 .William Van Tilburg - Keziah Larrison
  .Henry Van Tilburg - Julia Ann Sunderland
   .Henry Van Tilburg - Jane/Jennie Shaw
    .Elizabeth Van Tilburg - Ezekiel Robinson
     .Martha Ann Robinson - Lemon Taylor Clark
      .WALTER ERNEST CLARK (?-?) university president - Euphemia Murray Abrams
       .WALTER VAN TILBURG CLARK (1909-1971) author

      
4. Isaac Van Giesen, was baptised on 26 December 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Ide Van Voorst, Han Didericks, and Janneke Edsall). On 10 August 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with Banns published there on 27 July 1690) he married as his first wife Cornelia Hendricks Blinkerhof, a daughter of Hendrick Brinckerhoff and Claesie Cornelise Bogert, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1668 possibly in Flatbush, Kings County, New York, and was buried on 7 September 1707 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. At the time of their marriage, he was referred to as "Y.M. from Bergen" and she as "Y.D. from Midwout, L.I., living at Hackensack." On 12 October 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York with "attestatie van Akkinsak, 12 October 1708" and with banns published on 26 September 1708 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen he married as his second wife Hillegond Claasze Kuyper, a daughter of Claes Jansz en Cuyper and Annetje Cornelise Van Vorst, who was born on 4 December 1682 in Ahasimus, Bergen County, New Jersey, and baptised on 4 December 1682 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: None). Isaac and Hillegond joined the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack on 2 January 1709 with letters from Bergen. With banns published on 10 October 1713 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Hackensack he married as his third wife and as her second husband Anna Breyand, the widow of Nicasis Kip and a daughter of Pieter Corneliszen Breyant and Hendriecktje Arents, who was baptised on 10 September 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Dirck Gerritszen and Catharina Foppe).
Isaac Van Giesen and Gornelis Hendrickszen Brinkerhoff have other descendants, such as:
.Hendrick Van Giesen - Sara Romeyn
|.Isaac Van Giesen - Marytjen Hoppe
||.Hendrick Van Giesen - Hendrickje Banta
|| .Rachel Van Giesen - David Banta
||  .Sarah Banta - Abraham H. Bogert
||   .Henry Bogert - Helen Anderson Evans
||    .GEORGE HENRY BOGERT (1864-1844) artist
||
|.Cornelia Van Giesen - Albert Van Voorhees
| .Lena Voorhees - Christian Zabriskie
|  .Jacob C. Zabriskie - Maria Brevoort
|   .Christian Brevoort Zabriskie - Josephine Rathbone Morrison
|    .Elias Brevoort Zabriskie - Justine Jackson
|     .CHRISTIAN BREVOORT ZABRISKIE (1864-1936) businessman
|
.Claasje Van Giesen - Richard Blanch
 .Antje Blanch - Johannes Blauvelt
  .Jacob Blauvelt - Margrietje Smith
   .Cornelius Blauvelt - Elizabeth Lydecker
    .Jacob Blauvelt - Cornelia Demarest
     .William Henry Blauvelt - Jane Durie
      .Cornelia Blauvelt - Charles Cooper
       .Isabel O. Cooper - Fred Kerr
	.DURIE (KERR) MALCOLM (?-?) (alleged wife of JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY)

      
5. Abraham Van Giesen, was born on 13 November 1666 and baptised on 26 December 1666 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (wit.: Sr. N. Varlet, Hermen Smee, Elyas Magielse, and Miss Anna Stuyvesant). On 25 October 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with banns published there on 4 October 1691) he married Fytie Andries, a daughter of Andries Claeszen and Pryntie Michiel Vreeland, who was baptised on 20 August 1671 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Thomas Laurenszen and Catalina Rappalje).

In the marriage record she was recorded as "Y.D. from Gemonepa," and he as "Y.M. from Bergen." They were married by Voorlezer Reynier Van Giesen "before the congregation, in the presence of the court." Abraham was commissioned judge of the Essex County Courts on 26 August 1715. His will was dated 23 June 1753, and in it he was styled "gentleman."

Abraham Van Giesen and Fytje Andriesse have other descendants, such as:
.Reynier Van Giesen - Metje Vreeland
 .Cornelis Van Giesen - Janneke Doremus
  .Fytje/Sophia Van Giesen - John Gould (*)
   .Jane Gould - Caleb Harrison
    .Mary Ward Harrison - Amos Condit Gould
     .Jane Thomas Gould - James Augustus Backus
      .Russell T. Backus - Daisy Gilmore Taylor
       .JAMES GILMORE BACKUS (1913-1989) film and TV actor

(*) the parentage listed for Fytje Van Giesen is speculative and unproven.

      
6. Jacob Van Giesen, was baptised on 16 January 1670 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Claes Arentszen and Annetje Cornelis), drowned on 13 April 1704, was fished up on 15 April 1704, and was buried (109th with Pall) on 17 April 1704 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen. On 1 June 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with banns published 7 May 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen) he married as her first husband Rutje Pluvier, a daughter of Cornelis Pluvier and Neeltje Jacobse Van Couwenhoven, who was baptised on 16 March 1672 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Isaac Van Vleek and Marritie Loockermans).

At the time of their marriage, he was recorded as "Y.M. from Bergen" and she as "Y.D. from New York." Jacob joined the Reformed Dutch Church of New York on 1 June 1694 "met Attestatie Van Bergen." On 19 August 1705 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married as her second husband Jan Christoffelsz.

7. Bastiaen Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Midwout, Long Island, New York. On 25 June 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Bergen (with banns published there on 10 June 1688) he married Aelthe Hendrickse Brinkerhoff, a probable daughter of Hendrick Joriszen (Brinckerhoff) and Clasie Cornelis, who had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Midwout, Long Island, New York. At the time of their marriage, he was recorded as "Y.M. living at Acquackanonk" and she as "Y.D. living at Hackenesack." They were married by Domine Tessemaker.
8. Gysbertje Van Giesen, was baptised on 30 April 1673 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Balthus Bayard and Annetje Harmens), and was buried on 6 May 1673 in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey.
9. Hendrick Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record.
10. Reynier Van Giesen, had no birth or baptismal record.

 
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Jan Corneliszen Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1640.

Jan is mentioned as early as 1663 when he was a member of the "night watch" at Fort Crailo. On 17 October 1674 he was on the list of invited guests to the funeral of Jermias Van Rensselaer. As early as 1682 his farm at Half Moon (Waterford) was mentioned and on 6 March 1677, it was recorded that he and Barent Albertse Brandt had bought from Annetie Lievens, the widow of Goose Gerritse, a piece of land "lying in the Halve Moon" with the Island called "Shutter's Island." In April 1675, Jan valued his farm as "well worth 400 or 500 beavers." On 14 March 1675/76, he brought suit against Wynant Gerritse claiming Wynant owed him 48 Guilders in beavers, 10 guilders in seawan, and 60 boards for rent of land, feeding of hogs, etc. Wynant denied having asked Jan to feed the hogs, but the court found in Jan's favor and ordered Wynant to pay Jan within 14 days, plus expenses. On 6 August 1683 he was living "Beyond the North Gate" when he made a contribution of 2 pieces of eight to the salary of Domine Dellius. On 2 December 1684, Aeltje gave testimony in a dispute between Richard Pretty, Sheriff, and Barent Albertse Bratt. On 16 June 1697 his family was composed of 1 man, 1 woman, and 4 children "so far in the Corporation" probably meaning that he then lived within Albany City. On 24 March 1686/87, Jan and his brothers signed a release of all demands of Cornelis Van Ness to the heirs of Maria Damen. On 7 February 1699 his brother Hendrick transferred to him half of his rights to Hoosick. On 4 January 1699 he took the Oath of Allegiance and in 1701 signed a petition of the Protestants of New York. He was an Assessor of Half Moon (1701-1703) and in 1702 a Pathmaster. The names of Jan and Altje Van Esch appeared as members of the Albany Church since 1683. [parents]

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Alida (__), had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 17 January 1734 in Half Moon, New York.

In at least one modern source, her full name is given as Aeltje Wemp Van der Heyden, indicating that she was a daughter of Jan Barentszen Wemp and Maritie Myndertse, and married (as her first husband?) Jan Corneliszen Van der Heyden, but no primary documents exist to support that claim.
 
Children of Jan Van Ness and Alida (__)
1. Cornelis Van Ness, married Maria Gerritse Van den Bergh.
2. Mayke Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was buried prior to 20 October 1747. On 3 May 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Isaac Ouderkerk, a son of Jan Ouderkerk and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1675 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York.
Mayke Van Ness and Isaac Ouderkerk have other descendants, such as:
.Aaltje Ouderkerk - Douwe Jansen Fonda
|.Isaac Douw Fonda - Susanna De Forest
| .Douwe Isaac Fonda - Machtel Vischer Lansing
|  .Jacob Douw Fonda - Cornelia Scudder
|   .Matilda Scudder Fonda - Robert Emmet Andrews
|    .KORNELIA THEODOSIA ANDREWS (1847-1913) Titanic survivor
|    .ANNE LOUISA ANDREWS (1860-1947) Titanic survivor
|    .Mary D. Andrews - Levi Fiske Longley
|     .GRETCHEN FISKE LONGLEY (1890-1965) Titanic survivor
|
.Isaac Ouderkerk - Hesje Van Arnhem
 .Antje Ouderkerk - Pieter Waldron
  .Abraham Waldron - Hannah Christancy
   .Cornelius A. Waldron - Elizabeth C. (Felter or Teller)
    .Henrietta Beatie Waldron - GEORGE WALLACE MELVILLE (1841-1912) engineer, Rear Admiral

      
3. Willem Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1676. On 10 March 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany with Banns published there on 11 February 1703 he married Helena Fonda, a daughter of Douwe Jellise Fonda and Rebecca Jans, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1680.
4. Dirkje Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record. On 16 March 1698 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Daniel Winne, a son of Pieter Winne and Tannetje Adams, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1678, and died in 1757.
Dirkje Van Ness and Daniel Winne have other descendants, such as:
.Pieter Winne - Rachel Van Alen
|.Tanneke Winne - Marten DeForest
| .Jacob DeForest - Annatie Lansing
|  .Obadiah Lansing DeForest - Sarah Ann Vedder
|   .HENRY SCHERMERHORN DEFOREST (1847-1917) Congressman
|
.Killian Winne - Rebecca Fonda
|.Frans Winne - Anneke Viele
||.Killian Winne - Mary Jane Perry
|| .Francis K. Winne - Dorcas Tefft
||  .Emma Winne - John B. Winne
||   .DEWITT C. WINNE (1845-1876) Battle of the Little Big Horn victim
||
|.Douwe Winne - Anna Boice
| .John B. Winne - Emma Winne
|  .DEWITT C. WINNE (1845-1876) Battle of the Little Big Horn victim
|
.Willem Winne - Maria de Wandelaer
 .Elizabeth Winne - Johannes Knickerbocker
  .HARMEN KNICKERBOCKER (1779-1855) Congressman
  |
  .Derkye Knickerbacker - Evert Van Alen
  |.Christine Cantine Van Alen - Cornelius Van Reypen
  | .WILLIAM KNICKERBACKER VAN REYPEN (1840-1924) Rear Admiral
  |
  .Cathalyntje Knickerbocker - JOHN LUDOVICUS VIELE (1788-1832) lawyer
   .EGBERT LUDOVICUS VIELE (1825-1902) engineer - Teresa Griffin
    .FRANCIS VIELE-GRIFFIN (1864-1937) poet

      
5. Hendrikje Van Ness, was baptised on 2 November 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: father, Henderik Oothout and Jannetje Cobusz). On 27 January 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany with Banns published there on 26 December 1702 she married Cornelis Hendrickszen Van Buren, a son of Hendrick Cornelissen Van Buren and Elizabeth Van Slyck, who had no birth or baptismal record. Cornelis was freeholder at Half Moon, New York, in 1720.
Hendrickje Van Ness and Cornelis Van Buren have other descendants, such as:
.Jan Van Buren - Agnietie Conyn
 .Hendrickje Van Buren - Johannes Hendricksen Beeckman
  .Hendrick Beeckman - Catharine McPheardes Livingston
   .Gilbert Livingston Beeckman - Margaret Atherton Foster
    .Margaret Atherton Beeckman - Campbell White Stewart
    |.Katherine Stewart - HALLET JOHNSON (1887-?) Ambassador
    |
    .ROBERT LIVINGSTON BEECKMAN (1866-1935) Governor
      
6. Johannes Van Ness, was baptised on 7 November 1686 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Symon Van Esch and Antje Van Esch).
7. Maria Van Ness, was baptised on 8 March 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Gerrit Van Esch and Catarina Van Esch).

 

3426
Gerrit Gysbertszen Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1645. [parents]
3427
Teuntje Gerrits, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Gerrit Gysbertszen Van den Bergh and Teuntje Gerrits
1. Barent Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1665 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 16 March 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch of Albany he married Geertruy Witbeck, a daughter of Jan Thomaszen Witbeck and Geertruy Andriesdr, who had no birth or baptismal record.

On 28 August 1689 Barent, who was suspected of being involved with some recent "distrbance," posted a £50 security "to answer when he shall be called to be examined about yt Bussinesse." It is unknown what became of that incident.

Barent Gerritszen Van den Bergh and Geertruy Witbeck have other descendants, such as:
.Ariaantje Van den Bergh - Louwrens Vanderpoel
 .Annatje Vanderpoel - Hendrick Van Valkenburgh
  .Johannes Van Valkenburgh - Ellen Bullock
   .Lawrence Van Valkenburgh - Sarah A. Seymour
    .ARBA SEYMOUR VAN VALKENBURGH (1862-1944) jurist

      
2. Ariaantje Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1666, and died prior to 25 November 1704. On 22 September 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her first husband Cornelis Martenszen Van Buren, a son of Marten Corneliszen Van Buren and maritje Quackenbos, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1663, and died prior to 28 June 1693. On 28 June 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her second husband and as his first wife Coenraad Elmendorf, a son of Jacob Coenradtszen Elmendorf and Geertje Aartse Van Wagenen, who was baptised on 12 March 1669 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston (wit.: Roelof Kierstede, Gerrit Aertsen, Annetie Aertsen, and Neeltie Aertsen). He married on 25 November 1704 as his second wife Blandina Kierstede.
Ariaantje Van den Bergh and Cornelis Van Buren have other descendants, such as:
.Tobias Van Buren - Helena Bogardus
 .Cornelis Van Buren - Sara Hoogtaling
  .Tobias Van Buren - Sara Dubois
   .Cornelis Van Buren - Elizabeth Peersen
    .JOHN C. VAN BUREN (1799-1855) Congressman
    .Isaac Van Buren - Agnes Ostrander
     .Matthew Van Buren  - Caroline G. Keator
      .MABEL VAN BUREN (1879-1947) film actor
       - (1) ERNEST JOY (1878-1924) film actor
       - (2) JAMES GORDON (1871-1941) film actor

      
3. Huybert Van de Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1669, and was buried on 11 August 1729 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York. On 20 December 1693 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Maria Lansing, a daughter of Hendrick Lansing and Lysbeth Caspers, who had no birth or baptismal record, and was buried on 25 December 1733 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of New York.
Huybert Van den Bergh and Maria Lansing have other descendants, such as:
.Elizabeth Van den Bergh - Johannes Ostrander
|.Catharina Ostrander - Abraham Cooper
| .Cornelia Cooper - Nicholas Sigsbee
|  .Nicholas Sigsbee - Jane Sible
|   .Nicholas Sigsbee - Agnes Orr
|    .CHARLES DWIGHT SIGSBEE (1845-1923) Rear Admiral - Eliza Rogers Loockwood
|     .Anna Sigsbee Sigsbee - SUMNER ELY WHITMORE KITTELLE (?-?) Rear Admiral
|     .MARY ELLEN SIGSBEE (1876-1960) artist
|      - (1) WILLIAM BALFOUR KER (1877-1918) artist
|      - (2) ANTON OTTO FISCHER (1882-1962) artist
|
.Teuntje Van den Bergh - Gerrit Van Wagenen
|.Marytje Van Wagenen - Johannis William Vredenburgh
| .Teuntje Vredenburgh - Abraham Varick
| |.John Vreenenberg Varick - Anna Maria Romeyn
| | .Sara Susan Romeyn Varick - CORNELIUS VAN SANTVOORD (1816-?) clergyman
| | .THEODORE ROMEYN VARICK (1825-1884) physician
| | .John Abraham Varick - Susan Brinckerhoff Storm
| |  .Susan Brinckerhoff Varick - Algernon Sydney Frissell
| |   .Lewis Fox Frissell - Antoinette Wood Montgomery
| |    .LEWIS VARICK FRISSELL (1903-1931) filmmaker
| |
| .Willem John Vredenburgh - Elizabeth Townsend
|  .Evelina Vredenburgh - ENOS THOMPSON THROOP (1784-1874) Governor, Congressman
|
.Maria Van den Bergh - Abraham Kip
 .Gerrit Kip - Neeltje Brouwer
  .Abraham Kip - Rachel Blanck
   .Rachel Kip - James Lynch
    .Mary Van Antwerp Lynch - Charles Hawley Close
     .Mary Frances Close - EDWIN RUTHVEN PURPLE (1831-1879) genealogist, publisher

      
4. Marritje Van den Bergh, married Cornelis Van Ness.
5. Geertje Van de Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record. On 27 October 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Evert Van Ness, a son of Hendrick Van Ness and Annatie Everts, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1672.
Geertje Van den Bergh and Evert Van Ness have other descendants, such as:
.Jannetje Van Ness - Cornelis Waldron
 .Hendrick Waldron - Margarita Van Vranken
  .Henry Waldron - Julia N. Newman
   .HENRY WALDRON (1819-1880) Congressman

      
6. Teuntje Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record.
7. Neeltje Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1677. On 15 December 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Barent Staats, a son of Jochem Staats and Antje Reyndertse, who had no birth or baptismal record. Barent served as a First Lieutenant in the French and Indian War and was taken prisoner by the French in October 1709. Colonel Johannes Schuyler, who married his aunt, went to Canada and secured his release for a Jesuit Indian, Milet, and his servant.
Neeltje Van den Bergh and Barent Staats have other descendants, such as:
.Ariaantje Staats - Hendrik Van Deusen
|.Margarita Van Deusen - Johannes Nicholas Bleecker
| .Margarita Bleecker - John Van Schaick
| |.Eliza Van Schaick - SIMEON DE WITT BLOODGOOD (1799-1866) author
| |
| .Ariaantje Bleecker - JOHN BRODHEAD ROMEYN (1777-1825) clergyman
| |
| .Eliza Bleecker - JACOB BRODHEAD (1782-1855) clergyman
|  .JOHN ROMEYN BRODHEAD (1814-1873) historian
|
.Catrina Staats - Abraham Schuyler
|.Christina Schuyler - John Van Voorhees
||.Catharine Van Voorhees - JOHN NEILSON (1745-1833) Brigadier-General
|| .John Neilson - Abigail Bleecker
|| |.John Neilson - Margaret Ann Fish
|| ||.Elizabeth Stuyvesant Neilson - Ezra W. Howard
|| |||.Thomas Howard Howard - Rose A. Post
|| ||| .Elizabeth Stuyvesant Post - Robert Winthrop Kean
|| |||  .HAMILTON FISH KEAN (1862-1941) Senator - Katharine Taylor Winthrop
|| |||   .ROBERT WINTHROP KEAN (1893-1980) Congressman
|| |||    .THOMAS HOWARD KEAN (1935-living) Governor
|| |||
|| ||.Helen Neilson - DAVID MAITLAND ARMSTRONG (1836-1918) artist, Ambassador
|| || .HAMILTON FISH ARMSTRONG (1893-1973) diplomat, editor
|| ||
|| |.Catharine Neilson - Jacob Stout Carpender
|| ||.Mary Noel Bleecker - Francis Kerby Stevens
|| |||.HENRY HEWGILL STEVENS (1869-?) Hall-Mills murder suspect
|| |||.WILLIAM CARPENDER STEVENS (1872-?) Hall-Mills murder suspect
|| |||.FRANCES NOEL STEVENS (1874-?) Hall-Mills murder suspect
|| ||| - EDWARD WHEELER HALL (?-1922) Hall-Mills murder victim
|| |||
|| ||.William Carpender - ALICE PREBLE TUCKER DE HAAS (?-1920) artist
|| |||
|| ||.John Neilson Carpender, Sr. - Anna Neilson Kemp
|| || .HENRY DE LA BRUYERE CARPENDER (1882-1934) Hall-Mills murder suspect
|| || |
|| || .ARTHUR SCHUYLER CARPENDER (1884-1960) Rear Admiral
|| ||
|| |.Josepha Matilda Neilson - William Henry Crosby
|| ||.Ellen Murray Crosby - John Aspinwall Roosevelt
|| || .ELLEN CROSBY ROOSEVELT (1868-1954) Tennis Hall of Famer
|| ||
|| |.Cornelia Neilson - Orlando Harriman, Jr.
|| ||.EDWARD HENRY HARRIMAN (1848-1909) railroad magnate
|| || - MARY WILLIAMSON AVERELL (1851-1932) philanthropist
|| || .MARY HARRIMAN (1882-1934) philanthropist - CHARLES CARY RUMSEY (1879-1923) sculptor
|| || .WILLIAM AVERELL HARRIMAN (1891-1986) Governor, Ambassador
|| || |- PAMELA BERYL DIGBY (1920-1997) Ambassador
|| || |
|| || .EDWARD ROLAND NOEL HARRIMAN (1895-1978) financier, philanthropist
|| ||
|| |.Helen Neilson - John Butler Coles Neilson
|| | .Henry Augustus Neilson - Johanna Bayard Neilson
|| |  .Helena Bleecker Neilson - ARTHUR SCHUYLER CARPENDER (1884-1960) Rear Admiral
|| |
|| .Catherine Schuyler Neilson - Augustus Fitz Randolph Taylor
||  .JOHN NEILSON TAYLOR (1805-1878) lawyer
||
|.Neeltje Schuyler - David Williamson
||.Neeltje Williamson - JAMES SCHUREMAN (1756-1824) Senator
||
|.Ariaentje Schuyler - Samuel Staats Coeymans
| .Johanna Coeymans - John Neilson
|  .JOHN NEILSON (1745-1833) Brigadier-General - Catharine Van Voorhees
|   .John Neilson - Abigail Bleecker
|   |.John Neilson - Margaret Ann Fish
|   ||.Elizabeth Stuyvesant Neilson - Ezra W. Howard
|   |||.Thomas Howard Howard - Rose A. Post
|   ||| .Elizabeth Stuyvesant Post - Robert Winthrop Kean
|   |||  .HAMILTON FISH KEAN (1862-1941) Senator - Katharine Taylor Winthrop
|   |||   .ROBERT WINTHROP KEAN (1893-1980) Congressman
|   |||    .THOMAS HOWARD KEAN (1935-living) Governor
|   |||
|   ||.Helen Neilson - DAVID MAITLAND ARMSTRONG (1836-1918) artist, Ambassador
|   || .HAMILTON FISH ARMSTRONG (1893-1973) diplomat, editor
|   ||
|   |.Catharine Neilson - Jacob Stout Carpender
|   ||.William Carpender - ALICE PREBLE TUCKER DE HAAS (?-1920) artist
|   ||.John Neilson Carpender, Sr. - Anna Neilson Kemp
|   || .ARTHUR SCHUYLER CARPENDER (1884-1960) Rear Admiral
|   ||
|   |.Josepha Matilda Neilson - William Henry Crosby
|   ||.Ellen Murray Crosby - John Aspinwall Roosevelt
|   || .ELLEN CROSBY ROOSEVELT (1868-1954) Tennis Hall of Famer
|   ||
|   |.Cornelia Neilson - Orlando Harriman, Jr.
|   ||.EDWARD HENRY HARRIMAN (1848-1909) railroad magnate
|   || - MARY WILLIAMSON AVERELL (1851-1932) philanthropist
|   || .MARY HARRIMAN (1882-1934) philanthropist - CHARLES CARY RUMSEY (1879-1923) sculptor
|   || .WILLIAM AVERELL HARRIMAN (1891-1986) Governor, Ambassador
|   || |- PAMELA BERYL DIGBY (1920-1997) Ambassador
|   || |
|   || .EDWARD ROLAND NOEL HARRIMAN (1895-1978) financier, philanthropist
|   ||
|   |.Helen Neilson - John Butler Coles Neilson
|   | .Henry Augustus Neilson - Johanna Bayard Neilson
|   |  .Helena Bleecker Neilson - ARTHUR SCHUYLER CARPENDER (1884-1960) Rear Admiral
|   |
|   .Catherine Schuyler Neilson - Augustus Fitz Randolph Taylor
|    .JOHN NEILSON TAYLOR (1805-1878) lawyer
|
.Joachem Staats - Elizabeth Schuyler
|.Philip Staats - Annatje Van Alstyne
| .Barent Staats - Maria Winne
|  .Anna W. Staats - Sylvester Hall Laflin
|   .Jane Laflin - Francis Milton "I. M." Weaver
|    .Sylvester Laflin Weaver - Annabel Dixon
|     .SYLVESTER LAFLIN WEAVER, Jr. (1908-2002) TV executive
|     |- DESIRÉE HAWKINS INGLES (?-living) film actor
|     |.SIGOURNEY WEAVER (née SUSAN ALEXANDRA WEAVER) (1949-living) film actor
|     |
|     .WINSTEAD SHEFFIELD WEAVER (aka DOODLES WEAVER) (1911-1983) film actor
|
.Teuntje Staats - William Salisbury
|.Neeltje Salisbury - Hendrick Van Bergen
| .Christina Van Bergen - Peter Charles Adams
| |.Henry Adams - Agnes Egberts
| | .CHARLES HENRY ADAMS (1824-1902) Congressman
| |
| .Elizabeth Van Bergen - RICHARD MCCARTY (1780-1844) Congressman
|
.Elizabeth Staats - Johannis Rutgerse Bleecker
 .Rutger Bleecker - Catharine Elmendorf
 |.John Rutger Bleecker - (1) Eliza Ten Eyck Atwood, (2) Mehitable Lynn Bailey
 ||.(by 1) Sarah Bleecker - George Mortimer Tibbits
 |||.WILLIAM BADGER TIBBITS (1837-1880) General
 |||
 ||.(by 2) Mary Bleecker - HORATIO SEYMOUR (1810-1886) Governor, presidential also-ran
 ||
 |.Maria Bleecker - MORRIS SMITH MILLER (1779-1824) Congressman
 ||.MORRIS SMITH MILLER (1814-1870) General - June Octavia Macomb
 |||.Maria Bleecker Miller - FRANK WHEATON (1833-1903) General
 |||
 ||.Charles Dudley Miller - ELIZABETH SMITH (1822-?) suffragette
 ||.RUTGER BLEECKER MILLER (1805-1877) Congressman
 || .Sophia Seymour Miller - Edward Hurtt Jewett
 ||  .Mary Seymour Jewett - George Carey
 ||   .Elizabeth Carey - Erard Adolph Matthiessen
 ||    .PETER MATTHIESSEN (1927-living) novelist
 ||     .ALEX MATTHIESSEN (1964-living) environmentalist
 ||
 |.Blandina Bleecker - CHARLES EDWARD DUDLEY (1780-1841) Senator
 |
 .John Bleecker - Jane Gilliland
  .Charlotte Bleecker - Vinal Luce
   .STEPHEN BLEECKER LUCE (1827-1917) Rear Admiral

      
8. Gysbert Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record. A Gysbert Van den Bergh's estate was administered in Albany on 4 November 1715 in which he is of Albany County, a carpenter, and has a brother, Gerrit.
9. Cornelis Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record. On 20 December 1702 at the home of Albert Rykman, Mayor of Albany, as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married as her second husband Maria Martense Van Buren, the widow of Jan Teuwisse Van Deusen and a daughter of Martin Cornelis Van Buren and Maritie Quackenbosch, who had no birth or baptismal record. Banns for their marriage were published there on 21 November 1702, and states that Cornelis and Maria were "both born and living in Colonie Rensselearwyck."
10. Johannes Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record.
11. Gerritje Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1682. On 23 October 1710 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Daniel Fort, a son of Libertse (La)Fort and Margriet Rinckhout, who was baptised on 1 September 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Jean Rogier). Banns for their marriage were published there on 1 October 1710. Daniel and Geeritje lived in Half Moon, Albany County, New York.
Gerritje Van den Bergh and Daniel Fort have other descendants, such as:
.Isaac Fort - Sarah Viele
 .Johannes Fort - Elizabeth Worden
  .Catherine Fort - Lewis Stevens
   .Laura Stevens - Lawton Dix
    .JOHN ALDEN DIX (1860-1928) Governor
      
12. Anneken Van der Bergh, was baptised on 6 December 1685 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Pieter Schuyler, [carried] by Engeltje Schuyler). On 3 January 1713 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Abraham Van der Poel, a son of Melgert Wynantse Van der Poel and Ariaentje Verplanck, who had no birth or baptismal record.
13. Gerrit Van der Bergh, was baptised on 15 July 1688 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Wouter Pietersz Quackelbosch, [carried] by Sara Henderiksz). He married as his first wife Egbertje Harmense Metselaer, a daughter of Harmen Lievense Metselaer and Maritje Teunise, who was baptised on 2 April 1686 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: [carried] by Anna Van Schayk). In 1729 he married as his second wife Maria (__).
Gerrit Van den Bergh and Egbertje Harmense Metselaer have other descendants, such as:
.Gerrit Van den Bergh - Agnietje Lievensen
 .Maria Van den Bergh - Daniel J. Fort
  .Ann Fort - Gerrit Van Vranken
   .Daniel Van Vranken - Marcia Saunders
    .Annie Van Vranken - Archibald Davenport Wright
     .WILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT (1888-1939) editor, novelist, and critic
     .STANTON MACDONALD WRIGHT (1890-1973) artist

  

 
3428
Claas Corneliszen Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1630.

Claas was living in Beverwyck, New Netherlands, in 1652 as a servant. In 1666 he was one of the eight original petitioners for the Patent of Kinderhook. [parents]

3429
(__) (possibly Ariaantje), had no birth or baptismal record. Her birth name is unknown, but based on the Dutch system of naming children, her name may have been Ariaantje.
 
Children of Claas Corneliszen Van den Bergh and (__) (possibly Ariaantje)
1. Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh, had no birth or baptismal record. About 1680 she married as her first husband Hendrick Jacobszen Gardenier, a son of Jacob Janszen (alias Flodder) and Josynea (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658, and died about 1694. On 20 May 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as her second husband Johannes Ouderkerk, a son of Jan Oudderkerk and (__) (possibly Annatje), who had no birth or baptismal record.

Hendrick Gardenier owned a house lot adjoining easterly the parsonage lot of the Reformed Dutch Church of Schenectady. At the time of his death, he owned half of two mills at Schodack, four lots on Schodack Island, and a lot in Schenectady. Hendrick's estate was administered on 7 April 1695 by his brother Andries Gardenier and brother-in-law Cornelis Claasz Van den Bergh, who owned the other half of the two mills on Schodack.

Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh and Johannes Ouderkerk have other descendants, such as:
.Anna Ouderkerk - Willem Huyck
 .Isaac Huyck - Susanna Clauw
  .Peter Huyck - Cornelia Huyck
   .Andrew Huyck - Ellen Burdick
    .Oren Thomas Huyck - Mary Celia Brazelton
     .Ethel India Huyck - Orwin K. Peck
      .RALPH BRAZELTON PECK (1912-2008) civil engineer

      
2. Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh, married Susanna Ouderkerk.

 
3430
Jan Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1645.

Jan was a cooper and settled in Beverwyck as early as 1664. In 1692 he was living on the north side of Yonker (now known as State) Street, and was commonly called "Smalle Cuyper". He was the earliest settler of that name in or around Albany. All of his children were born too early to have had surviving baptismal records.

3431
(__) (possibly Annatje), had no birth or baptismal record. Her birth name is unknown, but based on the Dutch system of naming children, her name may have been Annatje.
 
Children of Jan Ouderkerk and (__) (possibly Annatje)
1. Johannes Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record. On 20 May 1695 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married as her second husband Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh, the widow of Hendrick Jacobszen Gardenier and a daughter of Claas Corneliszen Van den Bergh and (__) (possibly Ariaantje).
Johannes Ouderkerk and Neeltje Claase Van den Bergh have other descendants, such as:
.Anna Ouderkerk - Willem Huyck
 .Isaac Huyck - Susanna Clauw
  .Peter Huyck - Cornelia Huyck
   .Andrew Huyck - Ellen Burdick
    .Oren Thomas Huyck - Mary Celia Brazelton
     .Ethel India Huyck - Orwin K. Peck
      .RALPH BRAZELTON PECK (1912-2008) civil engineer

      
2. Isaac Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1675 probably in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 3 May 1696 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Mayke Van Ness, a daughter of Jan Van Ness and Aletje (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was buried prior to 20 October 1747.
3. Pieter Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Albany, Albany County, New York. On 13 June 1704 in Niskayuna, Albany County, New York, he married Alida Clute, a daughter of Johannes Clute and Bata Slichtenhorst, who was baptised on 14 September 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: father, Pieter D. Schuyler, and Margareta Schuyler). Pieter was a freeholder of Half Moon in 1720.
4. Abraham Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Albany, Albany County, New York, died on Canistagioene, New York, and was buried on 24 October 1743. On 6 January 1706 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married as his first wife Elizabeth CLute, possibly a daughter of Johannes Clute and Bata Slichtenhorst, who was baptised on 16 March 1687 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: father, Frederick Cloet and Gysberte Roosenboom). Banns for their marriage were published there on 1 December 1705. Prior to 1724 he married as his second wife Ariaantje Van Ness, a daughter of Evert Van Ness and Geertje Gerritse Van den Bergh, who was baptised on 31 October 1703 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany (wit.: Cornelis Van Esch and Gerritje van den Bergh).
5. Susanna Ouderkerk, married Cornelis Claaszen Van den Bergh.
6. Eldert Ouderkerk, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Albany, Albany Count, New York. On 24 July 1714 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Helena Sophia Knipping.

 
3432
Teunis Jacobszen (Van Schoenderwoert), had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in Schoenderwoert, The Netherlands. Banns for his marriage were published on 19 April 1650 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam.

Teunis probably came to New Netherlands by "den Waterhondt" which sailed from the Texel in June or July 1640. He was engaged as a farm hand for the term of six years, beginning on 4 September 1640; three years at f90 a year and three years at f100 a year. He served apparently first under Symon Walichsz and then under Cornelis Teunisz from Breuckelen. From 1650 to 1652 he was charged with f16 a year for a house lot. In one instance he was referred to as Teunis Rut Jacobsz breeder (Teunis, the brother of Rutger Jacobsz). A Teunis van SchoonderWoert "met atteste v. N. Albe op de belydenis van hun geloof" appeared on the membership list of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York on 2 June 1708. [parents]

3433
Sarah Denys, had no birth or baptismal record and was born in England according to marriage records. [parents]
 
Children of Teunis Jacobszen (Van Schoenderwoert) and Sarah Denys
1. Eva Teunise Van Woert, was born on 9 February 1654. She married Esaias Swart, a son of Teunis Corneliszen Swart and Elizabeth Van der Linde, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1653.

In 1686, Esaias received conveyance of part of the bouwery No. 10 over the Poenties Kil from his mother, In 1716, he received a release from his brother, Cornelis, of a lot on the east side of Church Street.

2. Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert, married Anna Loockermans.
3. Elisabeth Teunise Van Woert, had no birth or baptismal record. She married Jacobus Peek, a son of Jan Peek and Maria du Trieux, who was baptised on 16 January 1656 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Frederick Lubbertszen, Simon de Groot, and Tysje Willems).

Jacobus took up land on the Second Flat, south side of the Mohawk River, about five miles above the village of Schenectady. He settled on this land as early as 1670, in company with his kinsman Isaac Du Trieux. The patent for the same was confirmed by Governor Andros on 29 October 1677.


 
3434
Pieter Janszen Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record and was possibly born in Turnhout, Antwerp Belgium. He died about 1669/1670.

Pieter was in New Amsterdam in January 1642, and as late as October 1648. His first appearance in the records of Rensselaerwyck occurred on 15 April 1649 when he was involved in an undisclosed dispute with "the honorable director." On 7 July 1653 he received a patent for a lot in Beverwyck. In 1653, he was listed as a private on the muster roll of one of the companies of the Burgher Corps of New Amsterdam. In 1656, he was a citizen of Beverwyck, and there purchased the house lot of Hendrick Gerritse (Van Wie or Verwey) on 16 November 1656. In April 1658, he was a boatswain in the West India Company's service. Pieter was referred to as "Senior" in court minutes and records of Rensselaerwyck in order to distinguish him from his son who was referred to as "Junior." After 1669/70 this designation was dropped from their names implying that the elder Pieter was deceased. [parents]

3435
Maria Duncanson, was born about 1614/1615 possibly in Alloa, Clackmannan, Scotland. She married as her first husband Jan Macfasse. Their marriage intention stated the following: "the 14 January 1640. Jan Macfasse from Scotland, soldier aboard ship living in the Joristraet having no parents & Maria Donckes also from Scotland living as before [ie. in the same street] age 25 years." Marriage not found. She married as her second husband Pieter Janszen Loockermans.

The identity of Maria, wife of Pieter Loockermans, has been the subject of debate. In anticipation of a second marriage, Willem Teller, widower of "Margariet Donckesen," made provision for his children by his first wife and appointed as their guardians "Sander Leendertse Glen and Pieter Loockermans, uncles of said children." This has led some people to suppose that Maria was the sister of "Margriet Donckesen." In his article "The Duncanson Wives of Four New Netherland Settlers: Glen, Teller, Powell, and Loockermans," by Gordon L. Remington, F.U.G.A. [The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 128 (1997): 1-10], Maria's possible relationship to Margriet and her other sisters is discussed. On 14 January 1640, banns were published in Amsterdam for the marriage of Maria Donckes from Scotland, aged 25 years, and Jan Macfasse from Scotland. The name Donckes is consistant with other entries of her supposed sisters in the marriage records. However, Remington feels that Maria's age in 1640 makes her birth date potentially conflict with the known baptismal dates of her siblings. Jonet Duncanson was baptised 13 April 1613 and the next sibling in the records, Johne Duncanson, was baptised in Dec. 1615. Remington concludes that "[I]t cannot be certain that she was the sister who later married Pieter Loockermans; however, no other sister is available to have married him. He might also have been the Teller children's uncle by marrying their father's sister, but there is no other evidence that Willem Teller had a sister in New Netherlands."

However, if Maria is accepted as a Teller, then her parentage is unknown. Remington feels that Willem Teller's children's names reflect a potentially strict adherence to traditional Scottish/Dutch naming patterns. He theorizes that Willem's parents were named Andries and Martjen. Willem was referred to in the banns for his marriage to Margrieta Donckess as being from Hitlant, the old Dutch name for the Shetland Islands. There are testaments dative (i.e. Administrations) for Marion Graham, spouse of Andrew Tailzeor/Taylor of Stromness on 12 September 1629, and for Andrew Tailzeor/Taylor and his relict Margaret Sinclair of Stromness on 30 August 1630. Could one of these couples be Willem Teller's parents? [parents]
 
Children of Pieter Janszen Loockermans and Maria Duncanson
1. Pieter Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in New Netherland. He married Maritje Lambertse, a possible daughter of Lambert Lambertszen and (__), who would have been baptised on 5 October 1642 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Jan Pieterszen Roos, Maria Thomas, and Tryntie Claes).

Pieter last appeared in the records for the County of Albany on 8 November 1684.

2. Maria Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record and was probably born in New Netherland, and died prior to 9 March 1713/1714. About 1673 she married as her first husband and as his second wife Pieter Van Alen, the widower of Maria Teller and the son of Johannes Van Alen and Catharina Van Meirborch, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1634 possibly in Oldenzaal, The Netherlands, and died in January 1674 in Albany, Albany County, New York. With a marriage contract dated 14 February 1676/1677, she married as her second husband and as his second wife Gerrit Van Ness, the widower of (__) and the son of Cornelis Hendrickszen Van Ness and Maryken Van den Burchgraff, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1645 in Greenbush, The Nertherlands.
3. Hilletje Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record. Prior to 1682 she married Cornelis Stephenszen Mulder, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Cornelis Stevense Mulder was hired 25 November 1660 as a farm servant for Jeremias Van Rensselaer's farm and arrived in New Netherland in January 1661, on the ship, De Hoop. About August 1662 he sent 4 beavers to his uncle back in Europe. On 21 September 1671, the Schout, Captain Salisbury, brought suit against Mulder and Jacques Jennyn to establish the paternity of a child born of Styntje Claes. The honorable court could not determine between them and found them both guilty and sentenced each to pay fl.3:-- a week towards the child's support and, in addition, to provide it with suitable clothing and equipment for three years. On 6 January 1685/85, Cornlis Stevense was appointed to be roadmaster in the county, "from Claverack to Kinderhook, and to the shore." At a convention held in Albany, 17 September 1689, there was "A Proposall to Ye Commonalty for ye maintaining and paying of men in this junction of time for our Defence against ye French - to ye maintaining which men the following persons subscribe, viz: The farmers belonging to Capt. Gert. Teunissens Compe." Cornelis Stevense, £2.-- On 29 January 1676/77, he obtained a Quit Claim from Frederick Claessen to a piece of land called "Pruyn Vlachte." It came to the latter from the widow of the late Jeremias Van Rensselaer, Mr. Stephenus van Cortlandt, and Domine Nicholaus van Rensselaer, the consideration being 14 good whole merchantable beaver skins. On 1 February 1681/82, Elisabeth Gerritsen de Honeur executed a contract whereby she bound her son, Symon Jansen, to serve Cornelis Stephense Mulder, at Claverack, for a whole year to end on 3 February 1682/83. On his part Cornelis agreed to pay to said youngster's mother 17 whole beaver skins, "but can pay in grain at beaver's price as the market shall then be, therefore, to be delivered to her free here in New Albany, and he must in addition have the youngster's clothes washed and mended free." At the time of his death, he owned 1000 acres of farmland and woodland which he had bought from Captan Hendrick Van Renssealer on 22 October 1718.

4. Catlyntje Loockermans, had no birth or baptismal record. Prior to 1683 she married Jan Solomonszen Goeway, a son of Salmon Abelszen Goeway and (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 28 September 171 in the Churchyard of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany.

Jan's house lot was on the east side of Broadway next south of Bleecker Hall in Albany, Albany County, New York.

5. Anna Loockermans, married as her first husband Adam Winne, and as her second husband Jacob Teuniszen Van Woert.

 

3436
Jan Janszen Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record, and died after 13 March 1687 in Greenbush, Albany County, New York. He married in 1664.

Jan in one written record styles his last name as Oothoet. He first appeared in the Albany County records about 1664. He was a brewer, and settled in the Greyneybos (pine woods), opposite Albany. He made his will on 13 March 1687/88 and letters of administration were issued to his sons, Hendrick and Jan, on 3 January 1695/96. In his will he gave to his son Johannes (or Jan) a red mare; to Hendrick, three or four years after "my decease" a young horse or an old mare; Arien, aged about 12 years, was to have two years schooling and a trade, and a red stone horse with a star in his forehead; when 20 years of age, a new suit of clothes; and then the remainder of his property was to be divided equally among his six children. The following were his children in 1688: Johannes, the eldest son, Hendrick, Arien, the youngest son, Mayke, Antje, and Jannetje. [parents]

3437
Hendrickje Cornelise Van Ness, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1642 in Greenbush, New Netherland. [parents]
 
Children of Jan Janszen Oothout and Hendrickje Cornelisse Van Ness
1. Jan Janszen Oothout, married Aeltie Evertse.
2. Hendrick Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 15 July 1739. On 5 May 1689 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Caatje Douw, a daughter of Volkert Janszen Douw and Dorothe Janse Van Breestede, who had no birth or baptismal record.

Hendrick was appointed Surveyor of Albany in 1700, and held the office for many years. In 1695 he went to New York City and resided there several years but returned to Albany. His will, written on 11 October 1738 and proved on 26 April 1740, mentioned all of children living at that time. However his wife was not mentioned and was probably deceased when it was written.

3. (Arien or Adriaan) Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 26 February 1752. On 3 November 1700 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany he married Lammertje Loockermans, a daughter of Pieter Janszen Loockermans and Maria Duncanson, who had no birth or baptismal record.
4. Mayke Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record and was buried on 14 October 1769. On 20 November 1692 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Thomas Harmenszen Hun, a son of Harmen Hun and Cathalyntje Berck, who was born on 2 October 1668 and buried on 12 January 1716.

In 1681, Jan Clute conveyed to Thomas and his sister, Wyntje, 20 morgens of land on Murderer's Creek.

5. Jannetje Oothout, had no birth or baptismal record. On 19 December 1699 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married Laurens Van Schaick, a son of Claas Van Schaick and Jannetje Cornelis, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1675.
6. Antje Oothout, was born on 29 March 1669 in Albany, Albany County, New York, and died prior to 10 August 1701. On 28 December 1690 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married Adriaen Man, who was born on 1 August (year unknown). Banns for their marriage were published there on 26 December 1690 and read: Adriaen Man. j. m. Van N. Yorck, en Annetje Oothout, j. d. Van N. Albanien, beyde wonende alhier.

On 10 August 1701, Adriaen married as his second wife Hester Bordyn.


 
3438
Dirck Evertszen, had no birth or baptismal record, and died about 1685.
3439
Fytie Reyerts, had no birth or baptismal record.
 
Children of Dirck Evertszen and Fytie Reyerts
1. (__) Evertse, had no birth or baptismal record and were born about 1656 probably in Amersfoort, the Netherlands.
2. Cornelia Evertse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1660 probably in Amersfoort , The Netherlands. On 3 December 1681 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York she married Isaac Delamater, a son of Glaude Delamater and Hester du Bois, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1658 probably in Flatbush, New Netherland.

Cornelia may very well have been one of the unnamed children born about 1656 or 1662. James Riker, in his book entitled "Revised History of Harlem," calls Cornelis Everts "a sister of Rebecca Everts, wife of Jerome Barheyt." (p. 496)

Cornelia and Isaac joined the Reformed Dutch Church of New York on 3 December 1681, though they lived at Harlem, where he was afterward a deacon. Later Isaac served the town as a commissioner, also a constable. Isaac obtained the upper half (6 morgens) of his father's farm on Montanye's Flat. He leased it, with house, garden, orchard, and half the meadow, to Jan Tibout on 13 February 1688, for 12 years. Isaac drew lot No. 11, Jochem Pieter's Hills, which he sold to John Dyckman. He resumed his farm, and occupied it as late as 3 December 1726, on which date he conveyed all his lands to son John. He, or his son Isaac, bought No. 6, New Lots, from Nicholas Kortright, in 1729, and sold it in 1731 to Johannes Waldron.

3. Rebecca Evertse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1662 probably in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. On 9 April 1684 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany she married as his second wife Hieronimus Barheit, the widower of (__), who had no birth or baptismal record.

Hieronimus was possibly a widower with a son named Johannes when he married Rebecca. The will of Jeroon Barheyt, of Albany County, written 22 August 1716 and proved on 23 February 1722/23, mentioned his wife, Rebecca, son, Wouter, and one daughter. Witnesses Jacob Schermerhoorn, Myndert Marseles, and Hendrick van Wie.

4. Aeltie Evertse, married Jan Janszen Oothout.
5. Jannetje Evertszen, was baptised on 31 August 1664 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: None), and died young.
6. Hendrick Evertszen, was baptised on 8 May 1667 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: None).

 
3444
Francois Van der Koeck, had no birth or baptismal record.
3445
Leventje de Vries, had no birth or baptismal record.

Please see the entry for 3396 and 3397 for this couples' children.

3446
Joost Fransen, had no birth or baptismal record. He died prior to 27 January 1695/1696, on which date an inventory and appraisement was taken of his estate. He married about 1666.
3447
Geertruyd Auckrsz Van Nuyse, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1644 probably in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Please see the entry for 3398 and 3399 for this couples' children.

3448
Hendrick d'Oremus, had no birth or baptismal record.
3449
(__)

Please see the entry for 3400 and 3401 for this couples' children.

3450
Joris Matthyszen, had no birth or baptismal record.
3451
Hubrechtje Jans, had no birth or baptismal record.

Please see the entry for 3402 and 3403 for this couples' children.

3452
David Ackerman, was born on 16 September 1614 in Oss, North Brabant, The Netherlands. He died before 6 January 1663 probably onboard the ship "Vos" on his way to New Netherland. He married on 16 September 1641 in Berlicum, North Brabant, The Netherlands.
3453
Elizabeth Belliers, was baptised on 24 January 1616 as recorded at the Dordredt Walloon Church, The Netherlands. She died about 1669 possibly in Harlem, New York.

Please see the entry for 3404 and 3405 for this couples' children.

3454
Adrian Gerritszen Van Laer, was baptised on 17 Jamuary 1634. He married about 1660.
3455
Abigail Verplanck, was baptised on 1 January 1637. She died prior to 24 April 1672.

Please see the entry for 3406 and 3407 for this couples' children.

3458
Adam Brouwer, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1620 in Cologne, Germany, and died between 22 January 1692 and 21 March 1692, the dates on which his will was written and proved. He married on 21 March 1645 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (with Banns recorded there on 19 March 1645). The marriage record reads: Adam Brouwer, j.m. Van Ceulen, en Magdalena Verdon, j.d. Van N. Nederlt. [parents]

Adam Brouwer sailed in 1641 to Brazil in the ship Swol as a soldier in the service of the West India Company. He came to New Netherlands in 1642, for when he took the Oath of Allegiance in September 1687, being then a resident of Brooklyn, he made the statement that he had been in this country for 45 years. He settled first in New Amsterdam where he bought a house and garden lot from Hendrick Jansen, blacksmith, on 21 February 1645. On that some day he had given a power-of-attorney to collect money due him from the West India Company, which he repeated on 21 September 1646. At his wedding party on 21 March 1645, Domine Bogardus criticized Director Keift. Together with Isaac de Forest, Adam Brouwer built and operated at Gowanus a flour mill on land patented 8 July 1645, to Jan Evertse Bout. The will of Adam Brouwer Berchoven of "Bruckland" was dated 22 January 1691/92. He left his wife Magdalena his entire estate. Sons Pieter and Jacob, and daughter Aeltje were "cut off with a shilling for disobedience, but their children are to inherit their parents' share." He named his other children: Mathys, William, Adam, Abraham, Nicholaes, Mary, Fytie, Helena, Anna, Sarah, and Rachel. He left 3 pieces of eight to Adolphus, the son of William; and 1 piece of eight each to Magdalena, daughter of Matthys; Magdalena, daughter of Pieter; Vrouwtje, daughter of Fytie; and Magdalena, daughter of Mary. Executors were Barent van Tilburg and William Nazareth. Witnesses were Henry Sleght, Cornelis Siebring, and John Fredericks.

The will of Adam Brouwer:

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, Whereas Adam Brower Berkhoven, inhavitant of ye town of Bruckland, being at present sick a bedd but fully having his knowledge and understanding and considering ye (fragility) and mortality of mens life and ye uncertaine hours there of -

So it is that ye Adam Brower before his departure out of this world, is willing to dispose of his estate and good to be left by decease, in ye presence of ye under-mentioned witnesses - Henry Sleght, Cornelius Sebring and, John Fredericks, from said testator here unto required -

So it is that ye testator Adam Brower makes his whole estate moveable and imoveable to his wife Magdalena Brower, and my utmost will and desire is, that none of my children shall trouble or move their mother during her life, and further ye testator Adam Brower, makes his oldest son Peter Brower three shillings, for reasons he was disobedient of his father, as also Jacob Brower and (Aelh?) [Aeltje] Brower whoe also for reasons of disobedience shall not receive a penny from their father Adam Brower, but ye testator bequeath ye same from ye three disobedient children, wit. Peter Brower, ye eldest, Jacob Brower and Aeltie [Aeltje] Brower upon their children, ye portion of Peter upon his children, ye portion of Jacob Brower upon his children, ye portion Aeltie [Aeltje] Brower upon her children. further is ye desire of ye testator that ye other children, as Mathys, William, Adam, Abraham, Nicholas, ye daughter Mary, Fyte, Helena, Anna, Sara, Rachel, these eleaven children shall have equall portion amongst them, and also ye children of ye disobedient children above named, they shall also with ye other eleaven children equally divide and further bequeath ye testator to Adolphus form [son] of William Brower before out for a gift of three pieces of eight, and Mathys his daughter Magdalena one piece of eight, and Peter Brower his daughter Magdalena one piece of eight and his daughter [Mary?] one piece of eight, with Fytje daughter Magdalena one piece of eight - This is that whi is ye testator Adam Brower last will and hath signed and sealed ye same with his owne hand, with Henry Sleght, Cornelius Sibring and John Fredericks, and are hereby all former testaments made vow and will dated 22nd of January 1691/2.

-from Steven Brewer, a Dutch Colonies Mailing List posting (29 February 2008), quoting Floyd Brewer's book "A Dutch-English Odyssey" (2997) which in turn quoted Eugene Campbell's book "The Story of the Brewers" (1984).

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Magdalena Jacobs Verdon, had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1627 probably in New Netherland., and died after 12 August 1698 probably in Gowanus, Kings County, New York. [parents]
 
Children of Adam Brouwer and Magdalena Jacobs Verdon
1. Pieter Brouwer, married Pieternella Uldricks Kleyn.
2. Matthys Brouwer, was baptised on 30 May 1649 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Mathys and Barentje Molenaers),and died prior to 29 July 1726. With banns published on 26 January 1673 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York he married Marietje Pieterse Wyckoff, a daughter of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Van Ness, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born about 1648 possibly in Beverwyck, New Netherlands. Their marriage record reads: Matthys Brouwer, j.m. Van N. Jorck, en Margrietje Pieters, j.d. Van N. Amersfort.

Matthys and Marietje were a member of the Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush, on 19 November 1679 when they were residing at Brooklyn Ferry. They were members of the Reformed Dutch Church of Brooklyn, on 30 November 1680 (date certificate was given) recorded among the new members, "both from Manhattan Island." He appeared on the assessment list of at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, on 26 September 1683 as Mattys Brouwer with 1 poll...£18, 1 cow...£5, 1 cow of 3 yrs...£4. He was named in his father's will dated 22 January 1691/1692. Matthys and Marietje were members of the Reformed Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow on 18 April 1716.

3. Willem Brouwer, was baptised on 5 March 1651 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Willem Beeckman, Johannes Marcus, Maria in 't houte paerdt, and Lysbeth Cregiers). Prior to 14 September 1679 he married as his first wife Elizabeth Simpson, a daughter of Pieter Simpson and Grietje (__), who had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1662. She died prior to 18 January 1702, by which date Willem married as his second wife Martha Boulton, who had no birth or baptismal record and was born prior to 1685, and may have died about 1712. About 1712/1713 he possibly married as his third wife Neeltje Thomas, a daugher of Urbanus Thomaszen and Maria Schouten, who was baptised on 18 October 1691 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (wit.: Joris Martenszen and Neeltie Urbanus).

Willem Brouwer appeared on the assessment list of at Breukelen, Long Island, in September 1676 assessed at 18, with 1 poll. He and Elizabeth Simpson were a member of at Reformed Dutch Church of Flatbush. The list of members living at Gowanus is undated, however, it does state that Johannes Christoffelsz died on 22 November 1684, so it was recorded at some time after that date. Their entry reads, "left- Willem Brouwer and wife Elisabeth Brouwers- returned." William was named in his father's will dated 22 January 1691/1692. He appeared on the census of 1698 at Town of Brookland, Kings County, New York, as Willem Brouwer, with a household of 1 man, 1 woman, 2 children, and 2 apprentices. In an indenture dated 7 May 1708, Willem Brower and Martha, his wife, of Brooklyn conveyed to Cornelius Sleght of Newtown, Queens County, a house and garden spot in Brooklyn, "containing six rods in the front to the street and seven rods in the reare bounded easterly by the street or highway in the front, in the reare, westerly by George Hansons land, northerly by Thomas Knight's land and southerly by the lott of said William Brower, bought of Cornelius Vandewater. William and Martha Brower each signed with their mark. In 1704 and 1709 he was mentioned as a constable of Brookland (Breuckelen). A Brooklyn deed dated 7 May 1708 mentioned Willem Brouwer and Martha "h.w. of Brookland."

Sara Knight and Martha Brouwer were indicted by the grand jury for false swearing with regard to a riot which occurred at the tavern kept by Thomas Knight in 1708. They were discharged during a subsequent session as nobody appeared against them.

4. Maria Brouwer, was baptised on 4 June 1653 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (wit.: Francois Baschet and Engeltje Jans), and probably died prior to 1703. On 20 September 1676 as recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New York (with banns published there 3 September 1676) she married as her first husband Jacob Pieterszen (Verhulst), who had no birth or b