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Van Slyck Family

The name Van Slijk means "coming from the village of Slijk". Slijk could be written as Slyk or Slyck.
From Rochon and Spoiala Heraldry Co.: "Blazon of Arms: Van Slyck: Arms: Argent, a bend embattled gules, between a trefoil vert in the sinister chief and three lucies naiant, one and two in bend proper on the dexter base."
 

Generation No. 1
1.  ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK was born Abt. 1580 in Netherlands, Holland

Children of ANTONIS VAN SLIJK are:
2. i. CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN2 VAN SLYCK, b. 1604, Breuckelen, near Utrect, the Netherlands; d. 1676, Canojaharie, Montgomery Co., New York.
3. ii. PIETER TEUNIS VAN SLYCK, b. 1605, Netherlands, Holland.
 
 

Generation No. 2
2.  CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN2 VAN SLYCK was born of Breuckelen, near Utrect, the Netherlands1, and died 16761.  He married OTS - TOCH HARTELL (Mohawk Indian princess - dusky, Native American beauty with wild savage nature1) Abt. 16201, daughter of JAQUES HARTELL. Cornelis Antonissen Van Slijk from Breuckelen, Netherlands, left in May 1634 from Texel aboard DeEndracht and sailed to the New World. He was a thirty year old carpenter and mason with skills desirable in a new colony.  Cornelis had a brother, Pieterse Teunise, who does not appear to have come to America, although his brother's son, Willem Pieterse (or Willem Neef) arrived in 1660 on De Trouw from Amersfoort. Willem's descendants settled in Columbia Co., while Cornelis settled first at Beverwyck, then Schenectady.
Cornelis used various names in official contracts and the name is otherwise often found phonetically spelled. In his contract with Kiliaen Van Rensselaer dated April 2, 1634, he signed his name "Cornelis Antonissen van Slicht. Van Rensselaer often called him "Cornelis van Breukelen". He was also called Cornelis Teunissen, and beginning in 1640> was also called by the name given to him by the Mohawks "Broer (Brother) Cornelis".
Cornelis Van Slyke contracted to Kilean van Rensselaer as a carpenter and mason, but agreed to do farm work when necessary, for the fee of 180 florins a year. In the contract he signed on April 5, 1634, he stated he was 30 years old. Similar contracts were usually of 2 - 6 year duration, the 3 years being most common. The employer would pay passage money and provide bed and board in New Netherland. Farmhands received 100-150 gl. per year, so we can see that Cornelis skills were valued.
August 12, 1634; at Rensselaerswyck working on a farm.
1636; Plantation manager of a farm near Schuyler Flatts where he worked until 1648.
1639-1641; Oneof three men appointed to manage the colony's affairs. He was appointed representative (Voorspraecke), in charge of keeping track of the goods received by the colony.
1643-1648; Spent much of his time at Manhattan as interpreter and negotiator with the natives. (in 1646 the Secretary of Rensselaerswyck, Antony de Hooges wrote urging him to "....come up the river to see how the harvest proceeds" and hinted that he might at least come to the Colony once a year to look after his farm. By this time Van Rensselaer was not happy with Cornelis by this time and complained about his personal accounts and his service as representative, threatening to end their association if matters did not improve.
1644; Had power of attorney from Jan Jansen Schepmoes in a legal case to collect Aeltje Claes' portion of her father's estate.
1646; Given a patent for a large tract of land in the Catskills by Director Kieft as part of his services in bringing about peace with the native tribes. This land became the present day town of Catskill. Cornelis also owned land at Cohoes near the old Mohawk castle near the mouth of the Mohawk River, which had been granted to him by the Mohawks.
7/22/1647; Bought a partnership in the frigate LaGarce with Harman Meyndersen van den Bogaert. The ship was a privateer used to sail the West Indies.
7/25/1647; Appears as a witness with Jacob Kip, on a document called a power of attorney from Nicolaes Coorn to Claes Jansen Calff to collect money and an inheritance from Holland. Witnessed in Fort Amsterdam - name signed as Cornelis Anthonnisen van Schlick.
9/23/1650; Chosen among group of four to renew friendships in the Mohawk country and ensure peace.
1651; Two farms, inventoried along with several others at Rensselaerswyck, were listed as used by Cornelis van Breuckelen and Cornelis Teunesse van Breuckelen. The first farm was 27 morgans (54 acres), with a value of 360 guilders, 7 horses and 11 cows and the comment "a fine farm". The second was 25.5 morgans (51 acres), valued at 600 guilders, with 10 horses and 9 cows. Cornelis was charged rent on this farm until 1661, but did not
always pay, claiming that he owned the farm. When he left Rensselaerswyck in May 1661 he was charged back rent of over 4000 florin that he refused to pay.
11/7/1657; At Beverwyck, stood as surety for Jan Janse Van Otterspoor in his offer to buy land from Johanna De Hulter.
1658; At auction of Bastiaen de Winter's effects at Rensellaerswyck, bought a "parcel of mittens" at a cost of 5 florins.
8/29/1659; Appears on a list of payments for Dirck Dircksee Keyser "one obligation of 33 1/2 beavers".
8/17/1660; Witness in a bond of Isbrant Eldertsen to Adriaen Jansen Croon.
7/18/1661; While at Rensellaerswyck, he and 14 men applied to Governor General Peter Stuyvesant for permission to purchase the Native lands at Schenectady. On of the men applying was his son, Jacques Cornelisse. On
July 27, 1661 a deed was drawn up between the Mohawks and Arent Van Curlar as representative of the settlers. These 15 men later became the first permanent settlers at Schnectady. At that time there was nothing between Canada and the site of Schnectady but forest, game and native tribes. It is believed that Jacques Cornelise Van Slyke, Alexander Lindsey Glen and John Teller were established there as early as 1658. The land was surveyed and patented to the 15 in 1663.
9/2/1661; On a list of obligations and accounts delivered by Jan Bastiaensz to Jeremias van Renselaer at Fort Orange "fl 193-8"
9/14/1661; Deposition of Cornelis Gerritsen Graef, "I, the undersigned, Cornelis de Graeff, declare at the request of Cornelis Theunisz van Breuckelen (Cornelis Van Slyke) that to my certain knowledge it is true that in the spring of the year 1659, the requirer (Van Breuckelen) granted to Andries Herbertsz (at his request) five acres of land to sow the same together with Philip Hendricxsz Brouwer and to enjoy the fruits thereof, for which Andries Herbertsz promised to pay the requirer for his part a half aum of brandy; all of which I am ready to confirm by oath if need be. In witness of the truth this is subscribed by me in Beverwyck
2/14/1662; "Cornelis Theunissz van Breuckele acknowledges that he is well and truly indebted to Carsten Claez, master carpenter, in the quantitiy of ninety good, whole beavers in good friendship loaned by him to his satisfaction received; which said ninety good, whole beavers  he, van Breuckele, promises to pay to said Carsten Claesz or his ______ in the month of July next, punctually, without longer delay, therefore binding his person and estate, nothing excepted, subject to all courts and judges. Done in the colony of Rensellaerswyck in New Netherlands, dated as above..  Signed C.T.v.Slicht"
1665; A deposition dated 7/2/1688 of Jean Labate to Albany cours stated; "one Brier Cornelise who had an Indian Squae to his wife" were sent by Governor Nicholls in 1665 to take possesson of the Five-Nations territory for the English, which the Dutch had previously claimed.
Burial: under old willow at eastern point of Van Slyke's Island opposite foot Wash. Ave1 Well educated1

Children of CORNELIUS VAN SLYCK and OTS HARTELL are:

4. i. LEAH3 VAN SLYCK, b. abt 1646 New York; d. Aft. 1693, Fort Jackson, St. Lawrence Co., New York.
5. ii. MARTIN MAURICE VAN SLYK, of the Great Castle, Canajoharie, New York; d. 1662.
6. iii. JAQUES CORNELIUS VAN SLYK, b. 1640, the Great Castle, Canajoharie, New York.
 iv. HILLETJE VAN SLYK, m. PIETER DANIELSE VAN OLINDA; b. , of Beverwyck1; d. 1715, at advanced age - Watervliet, New York1.  Christian education at Albany and Schenectady Devout Christian - helped missionaries among IndiansHad the beauty of a Native American princess1 Joint owner with sister of the "Great Island" at Niskayuna - gift from Native Americans1 Occupation: Provincial Interpreter earning 20 pounds yearly1
PIETER DANIELSE VAN OLINDA: An original proprietor of Schenectady1 Through wife received valuable grants at De Willegen (the Willows)Occupation: tailor1
 

3.  PIETER TEUNIS2 VAN SLYCK (ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born 1605 in Netherlands, Holland.

Children of PIETER TEUNIS VAN SLYCK are:
7. i. WILLEM PIETERSE3 VAN SLYCK, b. 1635, Beverwijck, Netherlands.
 ii. ELIZABETH VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1640, Netherlands, Holland; m. HENDRICK CORNELISSEN VAN BUREN; b. June 30, 1637, at sea on board the Rensellaerswyck.
 
 

Generation No. 3
4.  LEAH3 VAN SLYCK (CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN1) was born  in New York1, and died Aft. 16931.  She married (1) CLAAS WILLEMSE COPPERNOL 16701, son of JAN VAN COPPENOL.  He was born Abt. 1654 in Holland1, and died 1690 in Schenectady, New York1.  She married (2) JONATHAN STEVENS from New England, July 24, 1693.  She was brought up among Mohawks, received a christian education at Albany and Schenectady1 Devout Christian - helped missionaries among the Native Americans Joint owner with sister of the "Great Island" at Niskayuna - gift from Native Americans1 Beauty of a Native American princess1Occupation: Interpreter at Native American conferences at Fort Orange (Albany)1 In 1678 she appears in the records working on a farm with her husband Claes Willemse van Coppernol in Catskill NY. In 1679 they were living on the Schenectady patent, apparently working the farm of Willem Teller.
One interesting occurrence involving Lea came about in 1683. Albert van Eeckelen, the sixteen year old orphaned nephew of Dirck Albertson Bradt, was tomahawked and seriously injured at Dirck's house while sleeping. A Mohawk named Unochschonie was arrested and charged with the crime. Unochschonie claimed that he was sleeping in Dirck's house that night when another northern native named Wattkeense entered and attacked Albert. However, Albert survived and claimed that he had locked all the doors to the house and that only he and Unochschonie were there at the time of the attack. The courts then infomed the Mohawks of the crime and Unochschonie confessed. He stated he had gone to Dirck Bradt's house to borrow powder so he could hunt ducks for the wife of Claes Willemse (van Coppernol) at Schnectady. Unochschonie admitted that he had intended all along to steal the powder if Dirck would not lend it but added that the devil had encouraged him in this behaviour.
The court then issued a proclamation about the prohibition against allowing natives to lodge in white settler's homes. Unochschonie was put in jail to await the arrival of the Mohawk sachems. Two months later in June 1683 the sachems took Unochschonie into their custody guaranteeing he would not return.
Claes and Lea settled on her land at the Willegen, near Port Jackson, New York.

Child of LEAH VAN SLYCK and CLAAS COPPERNOL is:
8. i. WILLEM3 COPPERNOLL, b. March 1687/88, born at the Willows?, Schenectady, New York; d. December 24, 1787, Stone Arabia, New York - aged 99 yrs. 9 mos.  See Coppernoll page.

Children of LEAH VAN SLYCK and JONATHAN STEVENS are:
 ii. ARENT3 STEVENS, b. July 26, 1702, New York1; d. May 17, 17581; m. (1) MARY GRIFFITHS; m. (2) MARITZE HALL, February 03, 1725/26, New York1.  October 19, 1752, he and 9 others purchased land from Mohawks1 Occupation: Native American interpreter 20 years, served Sir William Johnson often at Johnson Hall1
9. iii. NICOLAAS HENRICUS STEVENS, b. 1697; d. Abt. 1747.
10. iv. ANNA STEVENS, b. Abt. 1695.
 v. DINA STEVENS, b. Abt. 1705; m. SAMUEL HAGEDORN; b. Abt. 1696. Baptised: May 05, 1700, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 

5.  MARTIN MAURICE3 VAN SLYK (CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN1 VAN SLYCK) was born  in the Great Castle, Canajoharie, New York1, and died 16621.  He married a Native American girl.
1661, witness on deed of sale of Schnectady Lived among Native Amerians at the Castle Van Slyke Island was a gift of the Native Americans to him and patented to Jaques1 Occupation: Interpreter1

Child of MARTIN VAN SLYK and INDIAN GIRL is:
 i. JAQUES CORNELIUS3 VAN SLYKE.
 

6.  JAQUES CORNELIUS3 VAN SLYK (CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN1 VAN SLYCK) was born 1640 the Great Castle, Canajoharie, New York1.  Jaques Cornelise Van Slyke or Jacques Cornelis Gautsch. Apparently raised in his mother's long house among the Mohawks at Canajoharie, New York, as were all his brothers and sisters. His son Harmen received a grant of three hundred morgens of land at Canajoharie from the Mohawks because "his grandmother was a right Mohawk woman and his father born with us at
Canajoharie."
1662, first patent for Schnectady lands to Jan Barentse Wemp ? he in Mohawk1 Above island named Van Slyk's Island1 Land granted by Gov. Stuyvesant ? original at Union College Native American name "It-sy-cho-so-quach-ka"  1662, Van Slyke Island patented to him by Gov. Stuyvesant after brother's death1 Occupation: trader - 1st licensed "tapster" in village1

Child of JAQUES CORNELIUS VAN SLYK is:
 i. HARMANUS3 VAN SLYK.  A great tract of land was given to his ancestors by the Mohawks and received by him through inheritance.  "In consideration of the love, goodwill and affection which we have and do bear our loving cozen and friend Captain Harmanus Van Slyk, whose grandmother was a right Mohawk squaw and his father born with us in the above said castle of Canojoharie, it being his, the said Harmanus by right of inheritance."   (Coppernoll Family Genealogy)
 

7.  WILLEM PIETERSE3 VAN SLYCK (PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born 1635 in Beverwijck, Netherlands.  He married BAERTIE 1658 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York.  She was born 1636 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, and died December 1699 in Albany, Albany Co., New York. In 1666 sent to Holland for his inheritance. In 1733 one of the founders of Dutch Church at Coxsackie.

Children of WILLEM VAN SLYCK and BAERTIE are:
 i. PIETER WILLEMSE4 VAN SLYCK, b. 1659, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York; d. January 16, 1740/41, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York; m. JOHANNA HANSEN BARHEIT, April 09, 1683, Albany, Albany Co., New York; b. 1660, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York; d. January 16, 1741/42, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York.
 ii. JACOB WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. 1661, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York.
 iii. DIRCK WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. 1663, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York.
11. iv. TEUNIS WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. 1665, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York; d. November 1748, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.
 v. JANNEKE WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1666, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. (1) LEENDERT ARENTSE DE GRAW, August 26, 1688; d. Bef. 1704, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. (2) PIETER GERRITS, November 25, 1704, Albany, Albany Co., New York; b. Esopus, Ulster Co., New York.
 vi. TRYNTJE WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1667, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. COENRAD MATHYS HOOGTEELING, August 26, 1688, Albany, Albany Co., New York.
 vii. METJE WILLEMSE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1669, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. ADAM ANTHONISZE SWART, January 15, 1689/90, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York; b. Abt. 1665, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York; d. Aft. 1716, Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York.
 
 

Generation No. 4
9.  NICOLAAS HENRICUS4 STEVENS (LEAH3 VAN SLYCK, CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born 1697, and died Abt. 1747.  He married MARIA PHOENIX May 29, 1730.  She was born 1705. Baptised: November 10, 1697, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York.  MARIA PHOENIX: Baptised: April 18, 1705, New York City, New York

Children of NICOLAAS STEVENS and MARIA PHOENIX are:
 i. JONATHAN5 STEVENS, b. Abt. 1732. Baptised: May 21, 1732, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 ii. SANDER STEVENS, b. Abt. 1733. Baptised: December 02, 1733, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iii. ARENT STEVENS, b. Abt. 1735; d. Abt. 1784. Baptised: September 21, 1735, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iv. HESTER STEVENS, b. Abt. 1737. Baptised: December 21, 1737, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
v. CORNELIA STEVENS, b. Abt. 1741. Baptised: June 14, 1741, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
vi. LEAH STEVENS, b. Abt. 1743. Baptised: July 03, 1743, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
14. vii. JOHANNES STEVENS, b. Abt. 1745.
 viii. ANNATJE STEVENS, b. Abt. 1748. Baptised: March 06, 1747/48, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 ix. MARIA STEVENS, b. Abt. 1752. Baptised: April 05, 1752, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 x. DIANA STEVENS, b. Abt. 1754.
 

10.  ANNA4 STEVENS (LEAH3 VAN SLYCK, CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1695.  She married HENDRICK HAGEDORN October 1716 in Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York.  He was born Abt. 1697, and died in Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York. Baptised: March 27, 1695, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York  HENDRICK HAGEDORN: Baptised: November 10, 1697

Children of ANNA STEVENS and HENDRICK HAGEDORN are:
 i. MARIA5 HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1717. Baptised: August 31, 1717, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
ii. HARMANUS HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1719. Baptised: July 25, 1719, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iii. JONATHAN HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1721. Baptised: September 17, 1721, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iv. NICHOLAS HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1723. Baptised: March 23, 1722/23, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 v. LEAH HAGEDORN, b. December 27, 1724, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York.
 vi. SAMUEL HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1726. Baptised: September 20, 1726, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
vii. DINA HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1730. Baptised: March 30, 1730, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
viii. DIRK HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1733. Baptised: June 10, 1733, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
ix. ARENT HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1735. Baptised: August 03, 1735, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
x. GERTRUY HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1737. Baptised: July 09, 1737, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
xi. ROBERT HAGEDORN, b. Abt. 1739, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York.
 

11.  TEUNIS WILLEMSE4 VAN SLYCK (WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born 1665 in Kinderhook, Columbia Co., New York, and died November 1748 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.  He married JANNETIE HENDRICKSE VAN WIE February 05, 1695/96 in Albany, Albany Co., New York, daughter of HENDRICK VAN WIE.  She was born Abt. 1675, and died November 04, 1746 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.

Children of TEUNIS VAN SLYCK and JANNETIE VAN WIE are:
 i. BAERTJE5 VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1696, Albany, Albany Co., New York; d. Bef. 1746, Albany, Albany Co., New York. Baptised: November 15, 1696
 ii. WILLEM TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1698, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. CATHARINA VAN SCHAICK. Baptised: October 23, 1698
 iii. HENDRICK TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1700, Albany, Albany Co., New York; d. Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York; m. (1) ELIZABETH VISSCHER, October 21, 1737, Albany, Albany Co., New York; d. Bef. 1740, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. (2) ELIZABETH VAN BENTHUYSEN, June 21, 1740, Albany, Albany Co., New York; b. Abt. 1718; d. Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York. Baptised: November 03, 1700
 iv. IDA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1702, Albany, Albany Co., New York.  Baptised: June 28, 1702
15. v. ANDRIES TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1704, Albany, Albany Co., New York; d. Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.
16. vi. GERRITT TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1706.
 vii. PIETER TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1708; m. ANNA RYCKSE VAN VRANKEN. Baptised: September 06, 1708, Albany, Albany Co., New York
viii. ALIDA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1710. Baptised: November 05, 1710, Albany, Albany Co., New York
ix. DIRK TEUNISE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1714, Albany, Albany Co., New York; d. Bef. November 04, 1746. Baptised: March 01, 1713/14
17. x. CATHRINA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1716, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.
 xi. AGNIETJE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1720. Baptised: June 19, 1720, Albany, Albany Co., New York
 
 

Generation No. 5
14.  JOHANNES5 STEVENS (NICOLAAS HENRICUS4, LEAH3 VAN SLYCK, CORNELIUS ANTONISSEN2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1745, Baptised: March 31, 1745, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York.  He married CATALYNTJE VAN SCHAICK February 09, 1771.  She was born January 13, 1750/51 in Albany, Albany Co., New York.

Children of JOHANNES STEVENS and CATALYNTJE VAN SCHAICK are:
 i. AARON6 STEVENS, b. 1785, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York. Baptised: March 20, 1785, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
ii. CATHARINA STEVENS, b. 1773. Baptised: June 27, 1773, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iii. CATHARINA STEVENS, b. 1774. Baptised: November 13, 1774, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
iv. JONATHAN STEVENS, b. 1777. Baptised: September 07, 1777, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
v. JANNETJE STEVENS, b. 1780. Baptised: January 02, 1780, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
vi. GERRIT STEVENS, b. 1781. Baptised: November 04, 1781, Schnectady, Schnectady Co., New York
 

15.  ANDRIES TEUNISE5 VAN SLYCK (TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1704 in Albany, Albany Co., New York, Baptised: September 17, 1704; and died in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.  He married MARIA VAN BENTHUYSEN Bef. 1747 in Albany, Albany Co., New York, daughter of BALTHUS VAN BENTHUYSEN.  She was born Abt. 1721, and died Aft. 1769. MARIA VAN BENTHUYSEN: Baptised: July 16, 1721

Children of ANDRIES VAN SLYCK and MARIA VAN BENTHUYSEN are:
 i. JANNETIE6 VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1747. Baptised: March 01, 1746/47
26. ii. BALTUS VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1749; d. September 17, 1827.
 iii. LYDIA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1751. Baptised: June 09, 1751, Albany, Albany Co., New York
iv. TEUNIS VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1754. Baptised: February 03, 1754, Albany, Albany Co., New York
v. JANE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1755.
 vi. MARYTJE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1756; m. PETER VAN PELT, Bef. 1785; b. Abt. 1755. Baptised: March 28, 1756
27. vii. CATHERINE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1757; d. April 19, 1832.
 viii. GEERTRUY VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1761. Baptised: March 01, 1761, Albany, Albany Co., New York
ix. ALIDA VAN SLYCK, b. May 05, 1765, Albany, Albany Co., New York; m. PIETER ADAIR, September 25, 1780, Albany, Albany Co., New York; b. Abt. 1760.
 x. ANDRIES VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1767, Albany, Albany Co., New York.
 

16.  GERRITT TEUNISE5 VAN SLYCK (TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1706.  He married ANNATJE TURK September 01, 1736 in New York.   Baptised: May 19, 1706, Albany, Albany Co., New York

Child of GERRITT VAN SLYCK and ANNATJE TURK is:
28. i. GENERAL PETER6 VAN SLYCK.
 

17.  CATHRINA5 VAN SLYCK (TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1716 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.  She married BARENT LEWIS 1740 in Albany, Albany Co., New York.

Children of CATHRINA VAN SLYCK and BARENT LEWIS are:
 i. JANNETJE6 LEWIS, b. Abt. 1741; d. Bef. 1745, Albany, Albany Co., New York. Baptised: December 16, 1741, First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York
ii. JANNATJE LEWIS, b. Abt. 1745. Baptised: January 12, 1744/45, First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York
29. iii. ANNATJE LEWIS, b. Abt. 1751; d. November 02, 1819.
 
 

Generation No. 6
26.  BALTUS6 VAN SLYCK (ANDRIES TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1749, and died September 17, 1827.  He married ANNATJE LEWIS, daughter of BARENT LEWIS and CATHRINA VAN SLYCK.  She was born Abt. 1751, and died November 02, 1819. Baptised: February 26, 1748/49  ANNATJE LEWIS: Baptised: November 10, 1751, First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York

Children of BALTUS VAN SLYCK and ANNATJE LEWIS are:
 i. ANDRIES7 VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1773. Baptised: May 10, 1773, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
36. ii. BARENT VAN SLYCK, b. June 03, 1775, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York; d. January 08, 1839.
 iii. CATHERINE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1777. Baptised: June 19, 1777, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
iv. MARIA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1779. Baptised: January 10, 1779, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
 v. JANNETJE VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1780. Baptised: December 17, 1780, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
vi. LYDIA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1783. Baptised: May 18, 1783, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
vii. ALIDA VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1786. Baptised: February 26, 1786, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
viii. TEUNIS BALTUSZ VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1787; m. JUDITH BRONK, December 19, 1812, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York; b. Abt. 1788. Baptised: October 28, 1787, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York   JUDITH BRONK: Baptised: April 13, 1788, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
ix. PIETER VAN SLYCK, b. April 23, 1790, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York. Baptised: May 23, 1790, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
x. GOMY VAN SLYCK, b. Abt. 1792, Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York.
 

27.  CATHERINE6 VAN SLYCK (ANDRIES TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1757, and died April 19, 1832.  She married ALBERT S. VAN DER ZEE Bef. 1781 in New York.  He was born February 18, 1742/43 in Albany, Albany Co., New York, and died April 23, 1822 in New Baltimore. Baptised: July 03, 1757, Albany, Albany Co., New York  ALBERT S. VAN DER ZEE; Baptised: April 10, 1743, Albany, Albany Co., New York

Child of CATHERINE VAN SLYCK and ALBERT VAN DER ZEE is:
37. i. CAPTAIN ANDREW A.7 VAN DER ZEE.
 

28.  GENERAL PETER6 VAN SLYCK (GERRITT TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) Military service: Revolutionary War

Child of GENERAL PETER VAN SLYCK is:
38. i. PETER T.7 VAN SLYCK.
 

29.  ANNATJE6 LEWIS (CATHRINA5 VAN SLYCK, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born Abt. 1751, and died November 02, 1819.  She married BALTUS VAN SLYCK, son of ANDRIES VAN SLYCK and MARIA VAN BENTHUYSEN.  He was born Abt. 1749, and died September 17, 1827. Baptised: November 10, 1751, First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York    Baptised: February 26, 1748/49  Children are listed above under Baltus Van Slyck.
 
 

Generation No. 7
36.  BARENT7 VAN SLYCK (BALTUS6, ANDRIES TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK) was born June 03, 1775 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York, and died January 08, 1839.  He married JENNY BRONK July 03, 1802 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York, daughter of EPHRAIM BRONK and ANNATJE KNOT.  She was born Abt. 1784 in Coxsackie, Greene Co., New York, and died July 30, 1850. Baptised: June 19, 1775, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York
JENNY BRONK: Baptised: July 04, 1784, Dutch Reformed Church, Coxsackie, New York

Children of BARENT VAN SLYCK and JENNY BRONK are:
 i. HANNAH8 VAN SLYCK.
 ii. EPHRAIM VAN SLYCK.
 iii. BALTUS VAN SLYCK.
 iv. NANCY VAN SLYCK.
 

37.  CAPTAIN ANDREW A.7 VAN DER ZEE (CATHERINE6 VAN SLYCK, ANDRIES TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK)  Captain New Baltimore Company War of 1812.

Child of CAPTAIN ANDREW A. VAN DER ZEE is:
 i. CATHERINE8 VAN DER ZEE, b. October 04, 1809, New Baltimore, New York; m. ?, October 31, 1827.
 

38.  PETER T.7 VAN SLYCK (PETER6, GERRITT TEUNISE5, TEUNIS WILLEMSE4, WILLEM PIETERSE3, PIETER TEUNIS2, ANTONIS1 VAN SLIJK)

Child of PETER T. VAN SLYCK is:
 i. BENJAMIN8 VAN SLYCK, d. of Saginaw, Michigan.


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