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    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] RIP
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Hello friends and cousins After hearing that the rootsweb mailing lists are about to end, I thought I’d extend an invitation to everyone to join us on the Facebook New Netherland Settlers group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NewNetherlandSettlers It’s sad to see the mailing lists end so I hope everyone will join us so we continue to share and learn from each other Lorine -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    01/07/2020 07:36:22
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] RIP
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Hello friends and cousins After hearing that the rootsweb mailing lists are about to end, I thought I’d extend an invitation to everyone to join us on the Facebook New Netherland Settlers group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NewNetherlandSettlers It’s sad to see the mailing lists end so I hope everyone will join us so we continue to share and learn from each other Lorine -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    01/07/2020 07:22:53
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] New Netherland Settlers Books
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. If you descend from any of the following 17th Century New York immigrants, take a peek at https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml … <https://t.co/58qkhgt0e5> Settlers I've published are Van Slyke, Vrooman, Post, Boelen, Vincent, Sipkens, Goeway, Stevensen, Jacobsen, Jansen, Straetsman, Barheit. More are coming! You can also join the Facebook groups I've set up for several of these early immigrant family. I'm working on adding more but so far I have these online for you to join. We can all share, ask questions, add files and help each other with our New Netherland ancestors https://www.facebook.com/groups/Vrooman/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/VanSlykeAncestors/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/AdriaenCrijnenPost/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/Straetsman/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/Barheit/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/Goeway/ And the main overall generic group for any New Netherland Settler is https://www.facebook.com/groups/NewNetherlandSettlers/ Lorine -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    07/01/2018 07:42:27
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Re: new netherland post
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Hi Carolyn thank you for sharing my book on Adriaen Vincent, the Walloon. The title is "New Netherland Settlers: A Walloon in New Amsterdam:: Adriaen Vincent and his Wife Magdaleen Eloy <https://amzn.to/2tH8aC6>" You can go directly to the list of my New Netherland Settlers books (there are 13 now) at https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml The book "Death Finds a Way" is my genealogy mystery novel featuring Janie Riley. Here's a bit of info about it: Janie Riley is an avid genealogist with a habit of stumbling on to dead bodies. She and her husband head to Salt Lake City Utah to research Janie's elusive 4th great-grandmother. But her search into the past leads her to a dark secret. Can she solve the mysteries of the past and the present before disaster strikes? Lorine On Wed, Jun 27, 2018 at 12:29 PM, carolyn leonard <Buffalo234@cox.net> wrote: > Lorine McGinnis Schulze, I shared your post on my facebook page about the > book, Adriaen Vincent, a Walloon from Belgium, made the perilous journey to > New Netherland with his wife Magdaleen and their young family in the early > 1640s. A former West Indies Company soldier, Adriaen was embarking on a new > life. Is the title, DEATH FINDS A WAY? > > Blessings, > carolyn > > > Carolyn Leonard > Editor, Dutch cousins of Kentucky > E-mail me: Editor234 (at) gmail.com <mailto:Editor234@gmail.com> > On my web page www.CarolynBLeonard.com <http://www.carolynbleonard.com/> > On the welcome page, choose DutchCousins and LowDutchHeritage. > Dutch letters are archived on our official webpage, www.DutchCousins.org < > http://www.dutchcousins.org/> by Pam Ellingson > Barbara Whiteside has a facebook page that you may find interesting, Dutch > Cousins in Kentucky > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > ************** > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > New Netherland Books > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/postorius/lists/ > new-netherland@rootsweb.com/ > > Archives: https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/hyperkitty/list/ > new-netherland@rootsweb.com/ > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    06/27/2018 11:24:37
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] new netherland post
    2. carolyn leonard
    3. Lorine McGinnis Schulze, I shared your post on my facebook page about the book, Adriaen Vincent, a Walloon from Belgium, made the perilous journey to New Netherland with his wife Magdaleen and their young family in the early 1640s. A former West Indies Company soldier, Adriaen was embarking on a new life. Is the title, DEATH FINDS A WAY? Blessings, carolyn Carolyn Leonard Editor, Dutch cousins of Kentucky E-mail me: Editor234 (at) gmail.com <mailto:Editor234@gmail.com> On my web page www.CarolynBLeonard.com <http://www.carolynbleonard.com/> On the welcome page, choose DutchCousins and LowDutchHeritage. Dutch letters are archived on our official webpage, www.DutchCousins.org <http://www.dutchcousins.org/> by Pam Ellingson Barbara Whiteside has a facebook page that you may find interesting, Dutch Cousins in Kentucky

    06/27/2018 10:29:38
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Adriaen Vincent, Walloon
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Hello friends, Are you a descendant of Adriaen Vincent and his wife Magdaleen Eloy? Asking because I just published the 2nd edition of this book on this New Netherland Settler. Adriaen Vincent, a Walloon from Belgium, made the perilous journey to New Netherland with his wife Magdaleen and their young family in the early 1640s. A former West Indies Company soldier, Adriaen was embarking on a new life. The family settled in the village of New Amsterdam, which would one day become the city of New York. Life could not have been easy for the couple, faced with a different culture and language. But settlers were pouring in and New Amsterdam was flourishing. Within a few years Adriaen and Magdaleen opened a tavern which catered to sailors and new arrivals. Their fortunes soon took a turn for the better and the family settled into their new life. This edition contains new information on the family in the Netherlands and New Netherland, as well as details on descendants of Adriaen and Magdaleen. See https://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/published.shtml -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    06/26/2018 01:05:52
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Perry Streeter
    3. Richard: For corrections and clarifications, please see the URLs that I have inserted in-line into your previous message. Perry From: Richard Hayes [mailto:RichardAHayes@bex.net] Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 9:54 AM To: perry@streeter.com; new-netherland@rootsweb.com Subject: RE: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?];of Kinderhook 1766 Hi Perry, Catharina Hendricks was baptized on 16 Feb 1752 in the Old Dutch Church #6364. Her parents are Franciscus Hendricks and Elisabeth Falk. https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=282 Edward Oaterhout was baptized on 12 Sep 1742 in the Old Dutch Church, #5466. Petrus Oseterhout was #5467. The parents are listed as Louwerens Oosterhoud and Nelly Whitaker. https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=282 [Perry's comments... The ministers and parents are different for baptisms #5466 and #5467.]

    11/22/2017 03:59:21
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Perry Streeter
    3. Richard: Thanks for another reply. Specifically, I am looking for: 1) Evidence from primary sources to confirm which Petrus/Pieter Osterhout/Oosterhout married Sibyl Sears and resided in Kinderhook in 1766. 2) Any other children of Petrus & Sibyl (Sears) Osterhout of Kinderhook. Perry ============== From: Richard Hayes [mailto:RichardAHayes@bex.net] Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 9:54 AM To: perry@streeter.com; new-netherland@rootsweb.com Subject: RE: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?];of Kinderhook 1766 Hi Perry, Catharina Hendricks was baptized on 16 Feb 1752 in the Old Dutch Church #6364. Her parents are Franciscus Hendricks and Elisabeth Falk. Edward Oaterhout was baptized on 12 Sep 1742 in the Old Dutch Church, #5466. Petrus Oseterhout was #5467. The parents are listed as Louwerens Oosterhoud and Nelly Whitaker. I have all of the Baptism and Marriage books. Can you state specifcaly what you are looking for. Richard

    11/22/2017 03:39:57
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Richard Hayes
    3. Hi Perry, Catharina Hendricks was baptized on 16 Feb 1752 in the Old Dutch Church #6364. Her parents are Franciscus Hendricks and Elisabeth Falk. Edward Oaterhout was baptized on 12 Sep 1742 in the Old Dutch Church, #5466. Petrus Oseterhout was #5467. The parents are listed as Louwerens Oosterhoud and Nelly Whitaker. I have all of the Baptism and Marriage books. Can you state specifcaly what you are looking for. Richard --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    11/22/2017 02:53:54
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Perry Streeter
    3. As shown below, researchers have identified two different scenarios for what became of Pieter-4 Osterhout (Pieter-3, Jan Jansen-2-1), bapt. Kingston, NY 12 September 1742, son of Pieter-3 and Elizabeth (Whitaker) Osterhout. Any assistance in resolving this discrepancy and confirming (or refuting) that he was the Petrus Oosterhout who married Sibyl Sears and resided in Kinderhook in 1766 will be greatly appreciated. At this early stage of research, I am even more interested in identifying any other children of Petrus & Sibyl (Sears) Osterhout. No doubt, more could be learned from two sources in the library of the Ulster County [New York] Genealogical Society (UCGS) in Hurley, NY. I have not found any information online from a 1990 Oosterhout genealogy published by the UCGS: Prehn, Florence [Florence Marks (Tait) Prehn, d. 2016]. 1990. Descendants of Jan Jansen Van Oosterhout - Osterhoudt - Osterhout. [Hurley, N.Y.] (P.O. Box 536, Hurley, N.Y., 12443): Ulster Cnty. Genealogical Society. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/226223851 However, a slightly older Oosterhout genealog, published by the UCGS in 1980, identifies Petrus Oosterhout of Kinderhook and husband of Sybil Sears as Pieter-4 Osterhout (Pieter-3, Jan Jansen-2-1), bapt. Kingston, NY 12 September 1742, son of Pieter-3 and Elizabeth (Whitaker) Osterhout. https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Johannes_Osterhout_%285%29 Elsewhere at WeRelate, one researcher has stated that "This is a highly detailed, seemingly reliable rendering of names, dates, places and sources of this very large family. It includes a comprehensive index. The copy I have was purchased from the Ulster County Genealogical Society and is typed by hand and photocopied. Presumably the original is in their possession at their library in Hurley, New York." https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Source:Osterhout_Family Thomas, Walter D. 1980. Osterhout. [Stone Ridge, N.Y.]: [Ulster County Genealogical Soc.]. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/8542216 The baptism of Petrus Osterhout is documented Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Kingston, N. York. (1891). Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York: (formerly named Wiltwyck, and often familiarly called Esopus or 'Sopus), for one hundred and fifty years from their commencement in 1660. New York: Printed for the editor by the De Vinne Press. Date: 12 September 1742 Child: Petrus Father: Pieter Osterhout Mother: Lisabeth Wittaker Sponsor: Abraham Burhans Sponsor: Annetje Osterhout https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=282 However, it should be noted that other researchers identify a different wife and children for this same Petrus/Pieter Oostherout: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=Search&includedb=&lang=en &ti=&surname=oosterhout&stype=Exact&given=petrus&bplace=&byear=&brange=0&dpl ace=&dyear=&drange=0&mplace=&myear=&mrange=0&father=&mother=whitaker&spouse= &skipdb=&period=All&submit.x=Search The following marriage is documented in Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Kingston, N. York. (1891). Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York: (formerly named Wiltwyck, and often familiarly called Esopus or 'Sopus), for one hundred and fifty years from their commencement in 1660. New York: Printed for the editor by the De Vinne Press. Date: "[Date of marriage torn out]" but in between entries for 10 April 1773 and 17 April 1773. Groom: PETRUS OSTERHOUT, j.m. [young single man] Bride: CATRINA HENDERIKSE, j.d. [young single woman] Note: both parties born and resid. under the jurisdiction of Kingston. Date of Banns not given. https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=653 Married in April 1773, it is logical to conclude that October 1774 baptism pertains to their first child: Date: 25 October 1773 Child: Elisabeth Father: Petrus Osterhout Mother: Catharina Hendriksen Sponsor: Francis Hendriksen Sponsor: Elisabeth Falk (wife of Francis) https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=393 Surprisingly, nearly two decades elapsed before the baptism of another child was recorded for what appears to be—but may not be—the same couple: Date: 28 April 1793 Child: Petrus Edmundus Father: Petrus Osterhout Mother: Catharina Henriksen Sponsor: Petrus Hendriksen Sponsor: Elisabet Hendricksen https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uiug.30112113411612?urlappend=%3Bseq=460 In contrast, it appears that Walter D. Thomas identified the Petrus Osterhout who married Catharina Hendricks Anderson as Petrus-4 (Laurens-3, Jan Jansen-2-1), son of Laurens-3 Osterhout & Helena Whitaker. https://www.werelate.org/wiki/Person:Petrus_Osterhout_%285%29 By omission from the forgoing entry, it also appears that Walter D. Thomas did not identify Petrus Edmundus, baptized in 1793, as child of this couple. Given the significant gap between the baptisms of Elisabeth in 1773 and Petrus Edmundus in 1793, that may be the right conclusion—were there two couples who happened to bear the same names? Petrus Osterhout and Cathrina Hendrikse were married in April 1773. If age 25 at marriage, then Petrus Oosterhout was born say 1748. If age 21 at marriage, then Cathrina Hendrikse was born say 1752. Note that, per Walter D. Thomas, Petrus-4 (Laurens-3, Jan Jansen-2-1), son of Laurens-3 Osterhout & Helena Whitaker was baptized at Kingston 15 May 1748 and had an elder brother named Edward. Thanks for your help in learning more about Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl Sears! Perry Perry Streeter (perry@streeter.com) www.perrystreeter.com -----Original Message----- From: Perry Streeter [mailto:perry@streeter.com] Sent: Monday, November 20, 2017 5:52 PM To: 'dutch-colonies@rootsweb.com'; 'New-Netherland' Subject: Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766 Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766 Q. Can anyone identify the parents and/or other children of Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?/Seeres?/Sures?] of Kinderhook? Speculative theories for further research are also welcome. Q. Does anyone have access to Kelly, Arthur C. M. 1985. Baptism record of Kinderhook Reformed Church, Kinderhook, New York, 1718-1899. Rhinebeck, N.Y.: A.C.M. Kelly.? http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/13337494  Perhaps Kelly’s work contains details to correct or augment the older secondary sources cited below. >From a typescript, Kinderhook Reformed Dutch Church, Register of Baptisms (page 36), in The Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook in Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY, Vol. 2, as digitized by the NYG&B Socety in their online collection, New York State Religious Records 1716-1914: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: "Johannes" Father: "Petrus Oosterhout" Mother: "Sibyl Seeres" Sponsor: "Arend Fynhout" Sponsor: "Deges Rundels, syn H: Vr." [wife of Arend] As a side note, the Kinderhook records are duplicated in error within this collection, they also appear for the Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia in the Town of Palatine, Montgomery County, N.Y., Vol. 1. The baptismal record provided above also appears in a manuscript, Holland Society of New York; New York, New York; Kinderhook, Book 21 ["Church Records of Kinderhook, Columbia Co., N.Y."] (page 173), as digitized in Ancestry.com. U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989 [image 98 of 361]: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: "Johannes" Father: "Petrus Oosterhout" Mother: "Sibyl Seeres" or "Sibyl Sures" Sponsor: "Arend Fynhout" Sponsor: "Deges Rundels" Petrus Oosterhout was likely a descendant of the immigrant, Jan Janse Van Oosterhoudt, who was primarily of Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Kinderhook lies approximately 41 miles north of Kingston and east of the Hudson River. Kinderhook is approximately 21 miles south of Albany. As baptismal sponsors, Arend/Arent Fynhout or his wife, Dorcas, may (or may not) have been related to Petrus or Sibyl. From the sources cited above, they had also children baptized in Kinderhook: Date: 1 April 1770 Child: "Lisabeth" Father: "Arent Fynhout" Mother: "Dorcas Rommels" Sponsor: "Ruben Griffins" Sponsor: "Geertje Fynhout" Date: 2 March 1772 Child: "John" Father: "Arent Fynhout"  Mother: "Derkes Rommels" or "Deckes Rommels" Sponsor:  "Andries Willbuck" or "Andries Witbeeck" Sponsor: "Annatje Van Hoesen" Date: 22 May 1774: Child: "Marytje" Father: "Arent Fynhout" Mother: "Dorcas Rundels" Sponsor: "Pieter Scherp" Sponsor: "Marytje Scherp, syn H: Vr." [wife of Peiter] Arend/Arent and Dorcas were in Kinderhook by 6 June 1767 when "Arend Fynhout" and "Dorcas Runnans, syn H: Vr." [his wife] served as sponsors for daughters of Joseph Shadderton and Elisabeth Hoff. Given the occurrence of the similar surname of Willbuck, Witbeeck, Withbeck as a sponsor, it seems likely that Arend/Arent and Dorcas previously had a child baptized at at Coxsackie, Greene County, New York: Date: 25 November 1765 Child: "Arend" Father: "Arend Feynhoudt" Mother: "Dorcas" Sponsor: "Abraham Staats" Sponsor: "Engeltje Withbeck" Thanks for your help in learning more about Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?]! Perry Perry Streeter (perry@streeter.com) www.perrystreeter.com

    11/22/2017 02:06:38
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Richard Hayes
    3. Hi Perry, I have a copy of Reformed Church, Kinderhook Baptisms and Marriages and also the Old Dutch Church of Kingston. There are no marriages listed between 1760 and 1769. Below is correct. Sibyl is listed as Sears in the index. Everything you have noted below is correct. I have 9 children for Jan Pietersz Oosterhout anknow d Lysbeth Brink. They my 6th great grand parents. Arent Fynhout and Marytje Viele had 6 children. Marytje is my 7th great great aunt. Let me if there is any other information that you need. I have all of this on my computer. Richard Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: Perry Streeter Sent: Monday, November 20, 2017 5:53 PM To: dutch-colonies@rootsweb.com; 'New-Netherland' Subject: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?];of Kinderhook 1766 Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766 Q. Can anyone identify the parents and/or other children of Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?/Seeres?/Sures?] of Kinderhook? Speculative theories for further research are also welcome. Q. Does anyone have access to Kelly, Arthur C. M. 1985. Baptism record of Kinderhook Reformed Church, Kinderhook, New York, 1718-1899. Rhinebeck, N.Y.: A.C.M. Kelly.? http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/13337494  Perhaps Kelly’s work contains details to correct or augment the older secondary sources cited below. >From a typescript, Kinderhook Reformed Dutch Church, Register of Baptisms (page 36), in The Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook in Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY, Vol. 2, as digitized by the NYG&B Socety in their online collection, New York State Religious Records 1716-1914: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: “Johannes” Father: “Petrus Oosterhout” Mother: “Sibyl Seeres” Sponsor: “Arend Fynhout” Sponsor: “Deges Rundels, syn H: Vr.” [wife of Arend] As a side note, the Kinderhook records are duplicated in error within this collection, they also appear for the Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia in the Town of Palatine, Montgomery County, N.Y., Vol. 1. The baptismal record provided above also appears in a manuscript, Holland Society of New York; New York, New York; Kinderhook, Book 21 [“Church Records of Kinderhook, Columbia Co., N.Y.”] (page 173), as digitized in Ancestry.com. U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989 [image 98 of 361]: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: “Johannes” Father: “Petrus Oosterhout” Mother: “Sibyl Seeres” or “Sibyl Sures” Sponsor: “Arend Fynhout” Sponsor: “Deges Rundels” Petrus Oosterhout was likely a descendant of the immigrant, Jan Janse Van Oosterhoudt, who was primarily of Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Kinderhook lies approximately 41 miles north of Kingston and east of the Hudson River. Kinderhook is approximately 21 miles south of Albany. As baptismal sponsors, Arend/Arent Fynhout or his wife, Dorcas, may (or may not) have been related to Petrus or Sibyl. From the sources cited above, they had also children baptized in Kinderhook: Date: 1 April 1770 Child: “Lisabeth” Father: “Arent Fynhout” Mother: “Dorcas Rommels” Sponsor: “Ruben Griffins” Sponsor: “Geertje Fynhout” Date: 2 March 1772 Child: “John” Father: “Arent Fynhout”  Mother: “Derkes Rommels” or “Deckes Rommels” Sponsor:  “Andries Willbuck” or “Andries Witbeeck” Sponsor: “Annatje Van Hoesen” Date: 22 May 1774: Child: “Marytje” Father: “Arent Fynhout” Mother: “Dorcas Rundels” Sponsor: “Pieter Scherp” Sponsor: “Marytje Scherp, syn H: Vr.” [wife of Peiter] Arend/Arent and Dorcas were in Kinderhook by 6 June 1767 when “Arend Fynhout” and “Dorcas Runnans, syn H: Vr.” [his wife] served as sponsors for daughters of Joseph Shadderton and Elisabeth Hoff. Given the occurrence of the similar surname of Willbuck, Witbeeck, Withbeck as a sponsor, it seems likely that Arend/Arent and Dorcas previously had a child baptized at at Coxsackie, Greene County, New York: Date: 25 November 1765 Child: “Arend” Father: “Arend Feynhoudt” Mother: “Dorcas” Sponsor: “Abraham Staats” Sponsor: “Engeltje Withbeck” Thanks for your help in learning more about Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?]! Perry Perry Streeter (perry@streeter.com) www.perrystreeter.com ************** New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ New Netherland Books http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message --- This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus

    11/21/2017 02:02:58
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766
    2. Perry Streeter
    3. Petrus Oosterhout m. Sibyl [Sears?]; of Kinderhook 1766 Q. Can anyone identify the parents and/or other children of Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?/Seeres?/Sures?] of Kinderhook? Speculative theories for further research are also welcome. Q. Does anyone have access to Kelly, Arthur C. M. 1985. Baptism record of Kinderhook Reformed Church, Kinderhook, New York, 1718-1899. Rhinebeck, N.Y.: A.C.M. Kelly.? http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/13337494  Perhaps Kelly’s work contains details to correct or augment the older secondary sources cited below. >From a typescript, Kinderhook Reformed Dutch Church, Register of Baptisms (page 36), in The Reformed Dutch Church of Kinderhook in Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY, Vol. 2, as digitized by the NYG&B Socety in their online collection, New York State Religious Records 1716-1914: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: “Johannes” Father: “Petrus Oosterhout” Mother: “Sibyl Seeres” Sponsor: “Arend Fynhout” Sponsor: “Deges Rundels, syn H: Vr.” [wife of Arend] As a side note, the Kinderhook records are duplicated in error within this collection, they also appear for the Reformed Dutch Church of Stone Arabia in the Town of Palatine, Montgomery County, N.Y., Vol. 1. The baptismal record provided above also appears in a manuscript, Holland Society of New York; New York, New York; Kinderhook, Book 21 [“Church Records of Kinderhook, Columbia Co., N.Y.”] (page 173), as digitized in Ancestry.com. U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989 [image 98 of 361]: Date: 15 June 1766 Child: “Johannes” Father: “Petrus Oosterhout” Mother: “Sibyl Seeres” or “Sibyl Sures” Sponsor: “Arend Fynhout” Sponsor: “Deges Rundels” Petrus Oosterhout was likely a descendant of the immigrant, Jan Janse Van Oosterhoudt, who was primarily of Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Kinderhook lies approximately 41 miles north of Kingston and east of the Hudson River. Kinderhook is approximately 21 miles south of Albany. As baptismal sponsors, Arend/Arent Fynhout or his wife, Dorcas, may (or may not) have been related to Petrus or Sibyl. From the sources cited above, they had also children baptized in Kinderhook: Date: 1 April 1770 Child: “Lisabeth” Father: “Arent Fynhout” Mother: “Dorcas Rommels” Sponsor: “Ruben Griffins” Sponsor: “Geertje Fynhout” Date: 2 March 1772 Child: “John” Father: “Arent Fynhout”  Mother: “Derkes Rommels” or “Deckes Rommels” Sponsor:  “Andries Willbuck” or “Andries Witbeeck” Sponsor: “Annatje Van Hoesen” Date: 22 May 1774: Child: “Marytje” Father: “Arent Fynhout” Mother: “Dorcas Rundels” Sponsor: “Pieter Scherp” Sponsor: “Marytje Scherp, syn H: Vr.” [wife of Peiter] Arend/Arent and Dorcas were in Kinderhook by 6 June 1767 when “Arend Fynhout” and “Dorcas Runnans, syn H: Vr.” [his wife] served as sponsors for daughters of Joseph Shadderton and Elisabeth Hoff. Given the occurrence of the similar surname of Willbuck, Witbeeck, Withbeck as a sponsor, it seems likely that Arend/Arent and Dorcas previously had a child baptized at at Coxsackie, Greene County, New York: Date: 25 November 1765 Child: “Arend” Father: “Arend Feynhoudt” Mother: “Dorcas” Sponsor: “Abraham Staats” Sponsor: “Engeltje Withbeck” Thanks for your help in learning more about Petrus Oosterhout and Sibyl [Sears?]! Perry Perry Streeter (perry@streeter.com) www.perrystreeter.com

    11/20/2017 10:52:24
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Johannes van Eckelen, son of the schoolmaster, b. ca 1685
    2. E Johnson
    3. Does anyone have information on Johannes Van Eckelen, born about 1685 at Flatbush, NY? Who did he marry; what is his date of death; who were his children? His parents were Johannes van Eckelen (ca 1658-1699, son of Jan Jansen Van Eckelen of Beverwick and Gisseltje Bradt) and Tryntje Titus (daughter of Titus Syrachs (de Vries) and Jannetje Teunis Nyssen). Johannes van Eckelen (Tryntje's husband) was from Beverwick but was hired as the schoolmaster at Flatbush, about 1682. He served there until his death in 1699 (Tryntje pays for shroud; Tryntje collects his pay for his final term of service). Johannes the schoolmaster had been one of those on the side of Leisler and was removed at one point, but was reinstated by popular acclaim of the people. Tryntje and Johannes had several children; among them Johannes (II) and Jannetje, and I believe Helena may have been mentioned in his will. I have not found this will but it's supposed to exist, somewhere. I think Johannes II was the only son. I am concerned with this son Johannes van Eckelen or Van Heckelen II, the one born 1685. I need to know who he married, and where. I need to connect this Johannes with some descendants who I am 99.9% certain are descendants, if I can only prove it. See below on those, and I can share more if someone needs it. Here is the backstory: Johannes van Eckelen (the schoolmaster) was one of several men commissioned by families around Flatbush to travel to "Pennsylvania" in search of a property they could all purchase in common, to where they were thinking of moving. That effort was apparently not successful, but in 1694 Johannes van Eckelen (the schoolmaster) did purchase a property in common with several others in Delaware, which at that time was a part of Pennsylvania. According to Baldwin Maull in "An Emigration From Kings County" [NYGBR Vols. 180 & 109], Johannes Van Ekelen/Van Heklin, was among a group of Kings County, Long Island residents who purchased land known as the "Reeden Island Tract, located on the western shore of the Delaware River from the mouth of Appoquinimink Creek... north to the mouth of Augustine or St. Augustine Creek, up that creek to the Queen's Road leading from New Castle to Appoquinimink, southerly along that road and land of one Edward Green to Silver Run, a branch of the Appoquinimink main creek, and then down that run and the main creek to the river at the mouth of Appoquinimink Creek." Maull thought the tract was obtained "in either 1694 or 1713" but indeed it was granted to the group by Casparus Herman in 1694, out of his own 1682 grant from William Penn [Bryant, New Castle County Delaware Land Records 1673-1710, p. 127, which contains a recitation of title in a 1705 deed, in which some of the heirs of the original grantees are selling]. The tract was actually a bit smaller than they are describing here, but the 1694 grantees were John Hanson (of the Van Noordstrands), John Hanson, Jr., William Hanson, Isaac Gooding (mistakenly called Goodwin), Barent Joosten, Johanes Van Eklen (aka Van Hecklin) and Johannes Swart, who all purchased eighth shares in this property. They, or their heirs or assigns, start selling off their parts of this tract within 20 years or so of the original purchase. The Hansons and Isaac Gooding, who married one of the Hanson daughters, moved to Delaware and lived near this tract. This property was actually almost non-inhabitable, mostly a wetland marsh, which perhaps the original purchasers had ideas of empoldering and draining as they do in Holland, but that didn't happen. This place is now one of several nearly-contiguous coastal marshes that the state of Delaware is keeping as wildlife refuges and coastal buffers. In 1729, the son Johannes van Eckelen or Van Heckelen II, the one born 1685, was in Kent County, Delaware when he sold his 1/8 of this tract. He is called "Johannes VanEecklen of Co. of Kent on Delaware, farmer and son and heir of Johannes Vanekeler" [Garrett, New Castle County Delaware Land Records 1728-1731 & 1734-1734 , pp. 19-20]. So at this point he is a resident of Delaware, although just a little further south of the part of New Castle County where the Reeden Island marsh tract is. That's the last I have been able to find of this Johannes II. Descendants: Next we have a Titus VanHecklan or VanEeklin (etc spellings), a blacksmith, purchasing two different town lots in the village of St. Georges (Red Lion Hundred) in 1758 and 1859. St. Georges is located about 8 miles north of the Reeden Island tract. His wife was Mary Vandegrift, daughter of Leonard and Mary Jetton (Gitton) Vandegrift. They sold one of the town lots in 1763 to William Robinson for 4 pounds (really! --is he a son-in-law?) and the other town lot in 1767 for 40 pounds. I need to prove this Titus is a son or grandson of Johannes II. Next we have John Van Heckle, a farmer, almost certainly Titus' son, born around 1770; died intestate 1804. His wife was Mary__. In 1797, he purchased 146 acres only a mile or two north of the village of St. Georges. He had a son Charles T Van Hekle (1796-1884) who married Rebecca Pennington and then Margaret; a daughter Lydia (1800-1826) who died as the young wife of John H Cannon; and a daughter Elizabeth born before 1802, who married Fredus Ryland Pennington in 1819. John's son Charles T Van Hekle has a memorial in Findagrave saying he is Charles *Thomas* Van Hekle, although the monument has Charles T. I find zero evidence on the middle name being Thomas and wonder if his middle name was originally Titus, but mistranscribed or misheard. He's Charles T in the 1880 census; otherwise just Charles. We're good on descendants of this John VH's children. So can anyone help with Johannes van Eckelen or Van Heckelen II, son of the schoolmaster? The name spellings are all over the place--with and without the leading H; with or without the final n. The name finally stabilized in mid-1800s to Van Hekle or Vanhekle, but before then, it could vary. Who did Johannes van H/Eckelen marry and where, and when? He would be about 25 years old in 1710. We need all the help we can get on this one. Thanks very much, Liz J

    11/07/2017 08:32:01
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Another Update of Passenger Lists to New Netherland!
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Hi LIz I usually (always?) put my sources at the end of what I'm publishing, just as I do with a footnote. It pays to read all the way to the end of my pages :-) Lorine On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 9:52 PM, E Johnson <iris.gates@gmail.com> wrote: > Great. I mentioned it because I didn't see it above where you have the > text of the abstract itself, and thought it would ne needed there. > ONA Rotterdam is a wonderful resource. > Liz J > > On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> wrote: > > Actually Liz, Arjen did not provide me with the source for the one he > sent > > (the > > Jonge Prins van > > Nederland) so I hunted and found it. It is included in the list on my > > website. > > > > I conducted more searches with some very intriguing results - then found > > the info for Groote Christoffel and my source is noted on that page. > > > > Lorine > > > > On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 8:11 PM, E Johnson <iris.gates@gmail.com> wrote: > > > >> Thanks to Lorine and her contributor, Arjen Buikstra. > >> > >> The repository where Arjen found the notarial acts pertaining to these > >> two ships and the passengers or skippers is not noted on the OTG > >> website. These records were located in the Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, > >> in its subdivision, the Oud Notarieel Archief Rotterdam. (ONA > >> Rotterdam). > >> > >> ONA Rotterdam is where the most crucial records for my article > >> concerning the 1638 disappearance of Peter Minuit were found. > >> Rotterdam was and remains a major port, and probably thousands of > >> records pertaining to ships and shipping will be found in this set of > >> archives. > >> > >> Another important thing to remember about Rotterdam is that during the > >> Cromwell era in England (mid-1600s), there was a fairly large > >> community of upper-middle class English families who settled in > >> Rotterdam. Some of these families were merchant families who traded > >> internationally. One such family was the large Custis family, who also > >> had representatives living in the eastern shore of Virginia, around > >> Accomack. > >> > >> The ONA Rotterdam archives are searchable online, which will deliver > >> very good abstracts for records it finds under your search terms. > >> There are probably a lot more notarial acts in these archives that > >> pertain to New Netherland, and to various other places in North > >> America as well. > >> > >> Liz J > >> > >> On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> > Olive Tree Genealogy has recently updated its exclusive Ship > >> Reconstruction > >> > Project for ships sailing to New Netherland (New York) from 1624 to > >> > 1664. > >> > > >> > Another passenger has been added to the ship Groote Christophel > >> > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml> sailing from > >> > Holland to New Netherland in 1654. > >> > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml > >> > Another ship has been added (never before published) - the Jonge Prins > >> van > >> > Nederland > >> > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_ > >> Nederland.shtml> > >> > sailing shortly after June 1647. > >> > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_ > >> van_Nederland.shtml > >> > > >> > > >> > -- > >> > Lorine McGinnis Schulze > >> > > >> > Follow genealogy news on my blog > >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com > >> > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS > >> > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy > >> > > >> > Olive Tree Genealogy > >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.com > >> > > >> > ************** > >> > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > >> > > >> > New Netherland Books > >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > >> > ------------------------------- > >> > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >> > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > without > >> the > >> > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >> > > >> > >> ************** > >> New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > >> > >> New Netherland Books > >> http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > >> ------------------------------- > >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >> NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >> > > > > > > > > -- > > Lorine McGinnis Schulze > > > > Follow genealogy news on my blog > > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com > > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS > > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy > > > > Olive Tree Genealogy > > http://olivetreegenealogy.com > > > > ************** > > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > > > New Netherland Books > > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the > > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > ************** > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > New Netherland Books > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    11/01/2017 04:12:08
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Another Update of Passenger Lists to New Netherland!
    2. E Johnson
    3. Great. I mentioned it because I didn't see it above where you have the text of the abstract itself, and thought it would ne needed there. ONA Rotterdam is a wonderful resource. Liz J On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> wrote: > Actually Liz, Arjen did not provide me with the source for the one he sent > (the > Jonge Prins van > Nederland) so I hunted and found it. It is included in the list on my > website. > > I conducted more searches with some very intriguing results - then found > the info for Groote Christoffel and my source is noted on that page. > > Lorine > > On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 8:11 PM, E Johnson <iris.gates@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Thanks to Lorine and her contributor, Arjen Buikstra. >> >> The repository where Arjen found the notarial acts pertaining to these >> two ships and the passengers or skippers is not noted on the OTG >> website. These records were located in the Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, >> in its subdivision, the Oud Notarieel Archief Rotterdam. (ONA >> Rotterdam). >> >> ONA Rotterdam is where the most crucial records for my article >> concerning the 1638 disappearance of Peter Minuit were found. >> Rotterdam was and remains a major port, and probably thousands of >> records pertaining to ships and shipping will be found in this set of >> archives. >> >> Another important thing to remember about Rotterdam is that during the >> Cromwell era in England (mid-1600s), there was a fairly large >> community of upper-middle class English families who settled in >> Rotterdam. Some of these families were merchant families who traded >> internationally. One such family was the large Custis family, who also >> had representatives living in the eastern shore of Virginia, around >> Accomack. >> >> The ONA Rotterdam archives are searchable online, which will deliver >> very good abstracts for records it finds under your search terms. >> There are probably a lot more notarial acts in these archives that >> pertain to New Netherland, and to various other places in North >> America as well. >> >> Liz J >> >> On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> wrote: >> > Olive Tree Genealogy has recently updated its exclusive Ship >> Reconstruction >> > Project for ships sailing to New Netherland (New York) from 1624 to >> > 1664. >> > >> > Another passenger has been added to the ship Groote Christophel >> > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml> sailing from >> > Holland to New Netherland in 1654. >> > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml >> > Another ship has been added (never before published) - the Jonge Prins >> van >> > Nederland >> > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_ >> Nederland.shtml> >> > sailing shortly after June 1647. >> > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_ >> van_Nederland.shtml >> > >> > >> > -- >> > Lorine McGinnis Schulze >> > >> > Follow genealogy news on my blog >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com >> > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS >> > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy >> > >> > Olive Tree Genealogy >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.com >> > >> > ************** >> > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ >> > >> > New Netherland Books >> > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml >> > ------------------------------- >> > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without >> the >> > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > >> >> ************** >> New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ >> >> New Netherland Books >> http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > -- > Lorine McGinnis Schulze > > Follow genealogy news on my blog > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy > > Olive Tree Genealogy > http://olivetreegenealogy.com > > ************** > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > New Netherland Books > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    11/01/2017 03:52:05
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Another Update of Passenger Lists to New Netherland!
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Actually Liz, Arjen did not provide me with the source for the one he sent (the Jonge Prins van Nederland) so I hunted and found it. It is included in the list on my website. I conducted more searches with some very intriguing results - then found the info for Groote Christoffel and my source is noted on that page. Lorine On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 8:11 PM, E Johnson <iris.gates@gmail.com> wrote: > Thanks to Lorine and her contributor, Arjen Buikstra. > > The repository where Arjen found the notarial acts pertaining to these > two ships and the passengers or skippers is not noted on the OTG > website. These records were located in the Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, > in its subdivision, the Oud Notarieel Archief Rotterdam. (ONA > Rotterdam). > > ONA Rotterdam is where the most crucial records for my article > concerning the 1638 disappearance of Peter Minuit were found. > Rotterdam was and remains a major port, and probably thousands of > records pertaining to ships and shipping will be found in this set of > archives. > > Another important thing to remember about Rotterdam is that during the > Cromwell era in England (mid-1600s), there was a fairly large > community of upper-middle class English families who settled in > Rotterdam. Some of these families were merchant families who traded > internationally. One such family was the large Custis family, who also > had representatives living in the eastern shore of Virginia, around > Accomack. > > The ONA Rotterdam archives are searchable online, which will deliver > very good abstracts for records it finds under your search terms. > There are probably a lot more notarial acts in these archives that > pertain to New Netherland, and to various other places in North > America as well. > > Liz J > > On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> wrote: > > Olive Tree Genealogy has recently updated its exclusive Ship > Reconstruction > > Project for ships sailing to New Netherland (New York) from 1624 to 1664. > > > > Another passenger has been added to the ship Groote Christophel > > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml> sailing from > > Holland to New Netherland in 1654. > > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml > > Another ship has been added (never before published) - the Jonge Prins > van > > Nederland > > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_ > Nederland.shtml> > > sailing shortly after June 1647. > > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_ > van_Nederland.shtml > > > > > > -- > > Lorine McGinnis Schulze > > > > Follow genealogy news on my blog > > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com > > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS > > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy > > > > Olive Tree Genealogy > > http://olivetreegenealogy.com > > > > ************** > > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > > > New Netherland Books > > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the > > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > ************** > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > New Netherland Books > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    11/01/2017 03:14:30
    1. Re: [NEW-NETHERLAND] Another Update of Passenger Lists to New Netherland!
    2. E Johnson
    3. Thanks to Lorine and her contributor, Arjen Buikstra. The repository where Arjen found the notarial acts pertaining to these two ships and the passengers or skippers is not noted on the OTG website. These records were located in the Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, in its subdivision, the Oud Notarieel Archief Rotterdam. (ONA Rotterdam). ONA Rotterdam is where the most crucial records for my article concerning the 1638 disappearance of Peter Minuit were found. Rotterdam was and remains a major port, and probably thousands of records pertaining to ships and shipping will be found in this set of archives. Another important thing to remember about Rotterdam is that during the Cromwell era in England (mid-1600s), there was a fairly large community of upper-middle class English families who settled in Rotterdam. Some of these families were merchant families who traded internationally. One such family was the large Custis family, who also had representatives living in the eastern shore of Virginia, around Accomack. The ONA Rotterdam archives are searchable online, which will deliver very good abstracts for records it finds under your search terms. There are probably a lot more notarial acts in these archives that pertain to New Netherland, and to various other places in North America as well. Liz J On 01/11/2017, Olive Tree Genealogy <olivetreegenealogy@gmail.com> wrote: > Olive Tree Genealogy has recently updated its exclusive Ship Reconstruction > Project for ships sailing to New Netherland (New York) from 1624 to 1664. > > Another passenger has been added to the ship Groote Christophel > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml> sailing from > Holland to New Netherland in 1654. > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml > Another ship has been added (never before published) - the Jonge Prins van > Nederland > <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_Nederland.shtml> > sailing shortly after June 1647. > http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_Nederland.shtml > > > -- > Lorine McGinnis Schulze > > Follow genealogy news on my blog > http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com > Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS > Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy > > Olive Tree Genealogy > http://olivetreegenealogy.com > > ************** > New Netherland Resources http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/ > > New Netherland Books > http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/nnbooks.shtml > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NEW-NETHERLAND-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    11/01/2017 02:11:47
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Another Update of Passenger Lists to New Netherland!
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Olive Tree Genealogy has recently updated its exclusive Ship Reconstruction Project for ships sailing to New Netherland (New York) from 1624 to 1664. Another passenger has been added to the ship Groote Christophel <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml> sailing from Holland to New Netherland in 1654. http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnship70.shtml Another ship has been added (never before published) - the Jonge Prins van Nederland <http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_Nederland.shtml> sailing shortly after June 1647. http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/nnshipJonge_Prins_van_Nederland.shtml -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    11/01/2017 07:33:15
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Update on Ships Passenger Lists to New Netherland
    2. Olive Tree Genealogy
    3. Thanks to a reader of Olive Tree Genealogy website I now have another list in my exclusive Reconstructed Ships Lists to New Netherland. http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com/2017/10/update-ships-passenger-lists-to-new.html Thanks to Arjen B. from Netherlands for this intriguing notarial record! -- Lorine McGinnis Schulze Follow genealogy news on my blog http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com Find me on Twitter http://twitter.com/LorineMS Google+ at https://profiles.google.com/OliveTreeGenealogy Olive Tree Genealogy http://olivetreegenealogy.com

    10/31/2017 07:52:13
    1. [NEW-NETHERLAND] Recife & Central Bureau
    2. Renee L. Dauven
    3. List,     I have received a reply from Dhr. J.A. (Jean) Niewenhuijs, Productbeheerder verzamelingen | Manager collections for CBG|Centrum voor Familiegeschiedenis (Netherlands Centre for Family Histor).  In his reply, the letter and numbers given are the "Reistratiecode" used in their catalogue. "BWI TP 000104: Author C.J. Wasch, "Een doopregister der Hollanders in Brazilië". This typoscript copy was taken from the magazine : Algemeen Nederlandsch Familieblad 1888, page 141 e.v.; 1889 page 1 e.v. BWI TP 000103: Author is unknown "Recife. Nederduits Gereformeerde Gemeente. Dopen (Franse namen) 1634-1653), the Hague 1889. It is a handwritten copy. The original manuscript is in the Bibliothèque Wallonne, nr. A. 256 (this library is part of the university Leiden). We possess the physical copy and it is also microfilmed, which we store in our depot." Renee L. Dauven

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