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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Arent Isaacszen VAN HOECK

HISTORY: 'The Descendants of Arent Issacszen Van Hoeck Immigrant to New Amsterdam', complied and edited by Matthew Van Hook, published by Higginson Book Co. Salem, MA in 1997.
Arent was a shoemaker and was in America by 1655.


Arent Isaacszen VAN HOECK

HISTORY: 'The Descendants of Arent Issacszen Van Hoeck Immigrant to New Amsterdam', complied and edited by Matthew Van Hook, published by Higginson Book Co. Salem, MA in 1997.
Arent was a shoemaker and was in America by 1655.


Vrowtje VAN HOECK

HISTORY: 'The Descendants of Arent Issacszen Van Hoeck Immigrant to New Amsterdam', complied and edited by Matthew Van Hook, published by Higginson Book Co. Salem, MA in 1997.


Aaron VAN HOOK

From the records of the New York Dutch Reformed Church.

HISTORY: 'The Descendants of Arent Issacszen Van Hoeck Immigrant to New Amsterdam', complied and edited by Matthew Van Hook, published by Higginson Book Co. Salem, MA in 1997.


Samuel VAN HOOK

HISTORY: Dear Vicki, On your Van Hoeck line, Henry [Hendrick] Van Hook b. 19 Feb 1701 in Albany, Ny who married Deborah Parent. Their son, Samuel b. 15 November 1733, married Hannah Higgins. Unfortunately Hannah was killed and scalped. Samuel and Benjamin had been captured and were taken to Detroit by Indians and remained there for 4 years and 2 months. When Samuel and Benjamin returned he discovered she had been killed. He remarried to a widow, "Hannah" Wilson Williams. This info is in Collins HISTORY OF KY, according to a Dorris Easley Estes in her book, Joseph Whiteley, Sr., of Whitehaven, England and His American Descendants. I have found references to Hannah's fate in other sources as well. (Info from Marlene Creech 15 Nov 2004)