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    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. 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