Storm Bradt1

TMG ID:921, (12 Jan 1689/90 - )
Relationship:
7th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
2 Feb 1711/12MarriageStorm, age 22 years and 21 days, and Sophia Uzillé, age 20 years and 9 months, daughter of: Pierre Uzillé and Cornelia Damen, were married on Tuesday, 2 Feb 1711/12 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Storm Bradt and Sophia Uzillé

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, loej46 HORNER.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Jan Albertson Bradt1

TMG ID:922, (1648 - 1698)
Relationship:
8th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1674MarriageJan and Maria Mookers Post, daughter of: Adriaen Crinjnen Post and Claartje Mookers, were married circa 1674 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Jan Albertson Bradt and Maria Mookers Post

Biography

Item(s)
On Monday, 13 Aug 1657,Jan Albertson Bradt Jan Albertson Bradthe was named guardian of Eva Bradt's children.2

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S1084] Rootsweb.com, 23 Jan 2003.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Maria Mookers Post1

TMG ID:923, (6 Jun 1649 - 1700)
Relationship:
8th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • As of circa 1674, her married name was Mrs. Bradt (née Post).
  • As of 1698, her married name was Mrs. Carbet (née Post).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1674MarriageMaria and Jan Albertson Bradt, son of: Albert Andriesz Bradt and Annetje Barents Van Rottmer, were married circa 1674 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB.1
1698MarriageMaria, age 48 years, and Edward Carbet were married in 1698 at New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Maria Mookers Post and Jan Albertson Bradt

Biography

Item(s)
On 30 Jun 1650Maria Mookers Post emigrated with Adriaen Crinjnen Post and Claartje Mookers from West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch BrazilB, aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune" for the New York Colony in the British American Colonies.3
She immigrated with Adriaen and Claartje on 19 Dec 1650 at New Netherlands ColonyB from the West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch Brazil, aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune."4
On Wednesday, 15 Sep 1655,Maria Mookers Post Maria Mookers Post"As the representative of Baron Hendrick van der Capellen, Adriaen led a group in settling a successful colony on Staten Island. The colony was attacked and burned by Hackensack Indians on 15 Sep 1655 as a result of the Peach Tree War. Among the sixty-seven prisoners were Adriaen, Claartje, their children, and two servants of the Post family."4
In Oct 1655,Maria Mookers Post Maria Mookers Post"Chief Penneckeck sent Adriaen to bargain with Peter Stuyvesant for the prisoners' release that October. Adriaen traveled to and from Manhattan and the Natives' base at Paulus Hook, New Jersey several times before a negotiation was made. Many of the prisoners, including Claartje and the children, were exchanged for ammunition, wampum, and blankets."4
In Apr 1656,Maria Mookers Post Maria Mookers PostBy van der Capellen's orders, Adriaen and the other survivors returned to Staten Island to build a fort. He gathered the cattle that had survived the attack, butchering some and using others for milk, in an effort to feed his group. By the next spring, Adriaen was too ill to perform his duties. Claartje asked that someone else be appointed agent to van der Capellen and, in April, she petitioned Stuyvesant to keep soldiers on the island. Stuyvesant decided against it since there were so few people there.4

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S2] RootsWeb.com, 23 Sep 2011.
  3. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, EricBJones39 BRIGGS-JONES.
  4. [S1079] Family History of Michelle Boyd, online http://tinyurl.com/yc4rb49s
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Adriaen Crinjnen Post1

TMG ID:924, (1620 - 1675)
Relationship:
9th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Alias(es)

  • He was also known as Captain Adriaen Crinjnen Post.1
  • His name was also spelled: Adrian.1

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1645MarriageAdriaen and Claartje Mookers were married circa 1645 at The NetherlandsB.1

Children of: Adriaen Crinjnen Post and Claartje Mookers

Biography

Item(s)
At Acquackononk Tract, Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey ColonyB, The family later moved to what is now Bergen, New Jersey, becoming some of the first settlers of the Acquackononk Tract. Adriaen remained active in public life. As an ensign in the Bergen Burgher Guard, he took an oath of allegiance on 22 November 1665. Philip Carteret, the governor of New Jersey, requested Adriaen as an interpreter in a meeting to purchase land from the sachem, Oraton, in May of 1666. Adriaen also served on jury at the Admiralty Court at Elizabethtown in May of 1671, was elected as a representative of Bergen to the New Jersey General Assembly on 7 June 1673, and became a Lieutenant in Bergen's militia in 1675. Adriaen was buried 18 February 1677 in Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey.2
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Volume XIII - Old Series, Volume II - New Series, Albany NY, Weed, Parsons and Company 1881

https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=8i5TAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA234.
On 30 Jun 1650 Adriaen and Claartje departed West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch BrazilB, for aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune" for the New York Colony in the British American Colonies.3
On 19 Dec 1650, Adriaen and Claartje immigrated to New Netherlands ColonyB from the West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch Brazil, aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune."2
15 Sep 1655 at Staten Island, New Netherlands ColonyB, "As the representative of Baron Hendrick van der Capellen, Adriaen led a group in settling a successful colony on Staten Island. The colony was attacked and burned by Hackensack Indians on 15 Sep 1655 as a result of the Peach Tree War. Among the sixty-seven prisoners were Adriaen, Claartje, their children, and two servants of the Post family."2
Oct 1655 at Paulus Hook, New JerseyB, "Chief Penneckeck sent Adriaen to bargain with Peter Stuyvesant for the prisoners' release that October. Adriaen traveled to and from Manhattan and the Natives' base at Paulus Hook, New Jersey several times before a negotiation was made. Many of the prisoners, including Claartje and the children, were exchanged for ammunition, wampum, and blankets."2
18 Oct 1655 at New Netherlands ColonyB "Instructions to Captn Adrian Post to Obtain the Release of the Perstons, still in the hands of the Indians. 18th Oct. 1655.
Instruction giving[sic] to Captain Adrian Post by the Honble Director-General and Council of New-Netherlands. Whereas the said Captain A. Post brought us yesterday 13 or 14 of our Christian prisoners, who had been surrendered to him by the Sachem Pennekeck, with the message that he thus showed to the Director-General his kind heart and affection & expected in return by the Dir_Gen's favor & friendship some powder and lead, therefore the aforesaid Captain Post is authorized & directed to cross over again & answer the said Sachem our name as follows:
Thank him and accept as a token of friendship two captive Indians and he must try to get the captured Dutch. The Dutch do not normally pay for prisoners but would upon their return give them some powder and lead. And to tell the Indians that no Dutch are to cross over the river as long as negotiations last."

1656 p. 637 "Remonstrance of Mr. Henrick van der Capelle tho Ryssel" to the States General - After Indian raids which resulted in the killing of farmers, burning of houses and crops on Statin Island ... Has instructed Captain Arriaen Post, his agent, to collect together the surviving agriculturists, women and children, who are still more than 70 in number & to erect a fort on said Island pursuant to the order sent over." Signed Henr: Van der Capellen Toe Ryssel. 4th Oct 1656.

1662, p. 234, Vol. XIII 28 Dec. Adrian signed "a petition of the inhabitants of Bergen and Communipaw against fencing in certain lands and order thereon"

1663 "Adrian Post selected as Ensign for village of Bergen and its neighborhood. 30 June 1663. Documents relative to the Colonial History of the State of NY Procured in Holland, England and France by John Brodhead, edited by E. B. Ocallaghan, Vol III (Albany:L Weed, Parsons, 1858) p. 268.

1663 - "Order directing the surveyor to lay out land near Bergen NJ on west side of Northriver (the Hudson). Land petitioned for by Adrian and three others. P. 294 in Documents Relative to the colonial History of the State of NY. Vol. XIII by B. Fernow (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1881.)

1673 "At a meeting of the Commanders & Hon[ora]ble Council of War, holden at Fort William Hendrick 4 Sept 1673...From the nomination of Militia Officiers.. from the town of Bergen, are elected: ... Adrian Post, engsign" - Documents Relative to the Colonial History of NY edited by E. B. Callaghan (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1858) Vol II, p. 597.

From Bergen Records, Records of the Reformed Prot. Dutch Church of Bergen in NJ, 1666-1788 by Dingman Versteg & Thomas Ver??bye, Jr. (Baltimore: Gen. Pub., 1976 - Reprint from 1912-1915)
p. 59. Marriage Records. 1677 Mar 18. Adriaan Post, Y.M. from the Hague in Holland, and Catryna Gerrits, Y.D. from Wagenenige in Gelderland. Married apr 17, 1677 at Bergen by the Minister." This is followed by 8 baptisms with these two as parents, the last in 1690, Gatryna is "widow of Adriaen Post" [Is this a son of Adrian?] "

From the WorldConnect Database: "Ancestors of Vern Divine", by Kennett Art Offill:

"Some information on Adrian and his family from Gen. and Biographical Directory to Persons in New Netherland by David Riker. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Self, 1999.)

From Documents Relating to the Colonial History of State of NY by B. Fernow (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1881.) Vol 13 Old Series, Vol II, New Series. p. 46.4
Apr 1656 at Staten Island, New Netherlands ColonyB, By van der Capellen's orders, Adriaen and the other survivors returned to Staten Island to build a fort. He gathered the cattle that had survived the attack, butchering some and using others for milk, in an effort to feed his group. By the next spring, Adriaen was too ill to perform his duties. Claartje asked that someone else be appointed agent to van der Capellen and, in April, she petitioned Stuyvesant to keep soldiers on the island. Stuyvesant decided against it since there were so few people there.2

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S1079] Family History of Michelle Boyd, online http://tinyurl.com/yc4rb49s
  3. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, EricBJones39 BRIGGS-JONES.
  4. [S2] RootsWeb.com, 23 Sep 2011.
Last Edited=4 Aug 2019

Claartje Mookers1

TMG ID:925, (c 1630 - 4 Dec 1675)
Relationship:
9th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Clara"1
  • She was also known as "Claretje Mokers"2
  • As of circa 1645, her married name was Mrs. Post (née Mookers).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1645MarriageClaartje and Adriaen Crinjnen Post were married circa 1645 at The NetherlandsB.1

Children of: Claartje Mookers and Adriaen Crinjnen Post

Biography

Item(s)
Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Volume XIII - Old Series, Volume II - New Series, Albany NY, Weed, Parsons and Company 1881

https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=8i5TAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA234.
On 30 Jun 1650 Claartje and Adriaen departed West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch BrazilB, for aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune" for the New York Colony in the British American Colonies.3
On 19 Dec 1650, Claartje and Adriaen immigrated to New Netherlands ColonyB from the West India Company's Recife Colony, Dutch Brazil, aboard the "New Netherland's Fortune."4
15 Sep 1655 at Staten Island, New Netherlands ColonyB, "As the representative of Baron Hendrick van der Capellen, Adriaen led a group in settling a successful colony on Staten Island. The colony was attacked and burned by Hackensack Indians on 15 Sep 1655 as a result of the Peach Tree War. Among the sixty-seven prisoners were Adriaen, Claartje, their children, and two servants of the Post family."4
In Oct 1655, at Paulus Hook, New JerseyB, "Chief Penneckeck sent Adriaen to bargain with Peter Stuyvesant for the prisoners' release that October. Adriaen traveled to and from Manhattan and the Natives' base at Paulus Hook, New Jersey several times before a negotiation was made. Many of the prisoners, including Claartje and the children, were exchanged for ammunition, wampum, and blankets."4
18 Oct 1655 at New Netherlands ColonyB "Instructions to Captn Adrian Post to Obtain the Release of the Perstons, still in the hands of the Indians. 18th Oct. 1655.
Instruction giving[sic] to Captain Adrian Post by the Honble Director-General and Council of New-Netherlands. Whereas the said Captain A. Post brought us yesterday 13 or 14 of our Christian prisoners, who had been surrendered to him by the Sachem Pennekeck, with the message that he thus showed to the Director-General his kind heart and affection & expected in return by the Dir_Gen's favor & friendship some powder and lead, therefore the aforesaid Captain Post is authorized & directed to cross over again & answer the said Sachem our name as follows:
Thank him and accept as a token of friendship two captive Indians and he must try to get the captured Dutch. The Dutch do not normally pay for prisoners but would upon their return give them some powder and lead. And to tell the Indians that no Dutch are to cross over the river as long as negotiations last."

1656 p. 637 "Remonstrance of Mr. Henrick van der Capelle tho Ryssel" to the States General - After Indian raids which resulted in the killing of farmers, burning of houses and crops on Statin Island ... Has instructed Captain Arriaen Post, his agent, to collect together the surviving agriculturists, women and children, who are still more than 70 in number & to erect a fort on said Island pursuant to the order sent over." Signed Henr: Van der Capellen Toe Ryssel. 4th Oct 1656.

1662, p. 234, Vol. XIII 28 Dec. Adrian signed "a petition of the inhabitants of Bergen and Communipaw against fencing in certain lands and order thereon"

1663 "Adrian Post selected as Ensign for village of Bergen and its neighborhood. 30 June 1663. Documents relative to the Colonial History of the State of NY Procured in Holland, England and France by John Brodhead, edited by E. B. Ocallaghan, Vol III (Albany:L Weed, Parsons, 1858) p. 268.

1663 - "Order directing the surveyor to lay out land near Bergen NJ on west side of Northriver (the Hudson). Land petitioned for by Adrian and three others. P. 294 in Documents Relative to the colonial History of the State of NY. Vol. XIII by B. Fernow (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1881.)

1673 "At a meeting of the Commanders & Hon[ora]ble Council of War, holden at Fort William Hendrick 4 Sept 1673...From the nomination of Militia Officiers.. from the town of Bergen, are elected: ... Adrian Post, engsign" - Documents Relative to the Colonial History of NY edited by E. B. Callaghan (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1858) Vol II, p. 597.

From Bergen Records, Records of the Reformed Prot. Dutch Church of Bergen in NJ, 1666-1788 by Dingman Versteg & Thomas Ver??bye, Jr. (Baltimore: Gen. Pub., 1976 - Reprint from 1912-1915)
p. 59. Marriage Records. 1677 Mar 18. Adriaan Post, Y.M. from the Hague in Holland, and Catryna Gerrits, Y.D. from Wagenenige in Gelderland. Married apr 17, 1677 at Bergen by the Minister." This is followed by 8 baptisms with these two as parents, the last in 1690, Gatryna is "widow of Adriaen Post" [Is this a son of Adrian?] "

From the WorldConnect Database: "Ancestors of Vern Divine", by Kennett Art Offill:

"Some information on Adrian and his family from Gen. and Biographical Directory to Persons in New Netherland by David Riker. (Mechanicsburg, PA: Self, 1999.)

From Documents Relating to the Colonial History of State of NY by B. Fernow (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1881.) Vol 13 Old Series, Vol II, New Series. p. 46.2
Apr 1656 at Staten Island, New Netherlands ColonyB, By van der Capellen's orders, Adriaen and the other survivors returned to Staten Island to build a fort. He gathered the cattle that had survived the attack, butchering some and using others for milk, in an effort to feed his group. By the next spring, Adriaen was too ill to perform his duties. Claartje asked that someone else be appointed agent to van der Capellen and, in April, she petitioned Stuyvesant to keep soldiers on the island. Stuyvesant decided against it since there were so few people there.4

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S2] RootsWeb.com, 23 Sep 2011.
  3. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, EricBJones39 BRIGGS-JONES.
  4. [S1079] Family History of Michelle Boyd, online http://tinyurl.com/yc4rb49s
Last Edited=22 Jun 2019

Margarita Post1

TMG ID:926, (6 Jun 1657 - 1700)
Relationship:
8th great-grandaunt of Elsie Dora Lewis

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Margaret"1
  • As of 4 Dec 1675, her married name was Mrs. De Hooges (née Post).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
4 Dec 1675MarriageMargarita, age 18 years, 5 months and 28 days, and Johannes Antonie De Hooges, age 23 years, son of: Anthony De Hooges and Aefje Albertse Bradt, were married on Wednesday, 4 Dec 1675 at Old Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.4,3

Children of: Margarita Post and Johannes Antonie De Hooges

Citations

  1. [S2] RootsWeb.com, 23 Sep 2011.
  2. [S3] RootsWeb.com, 16 May 2011.
  3. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  4. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, hyattmc Hyatt Tree.
Last Edited=1 Feb 2013

Aefje Albertse Bradt1

TMG ID:927, (9 Jan 1632/33 - 1689)
Relationship:
8th great-grandaunt of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Eva Albertse"2
  • She was also known as "Affien Albertssen Bradt"3
  • Her nickname was "Eva"3,4
  • She was also known as "Affien Bradt"2
  • She was also known as "Eva Alberts Bradt"2
  • She was also known as "Aefje Braat"2
  • As of 20 Oct 1647, her married name was Mrs. De Hooges (née Bradt).
  • As of 13 Aug 1657, her married name was Mrs. Swortwout (née Bradt).2

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
20 Oct 1647MarriageAefje, age 14 years, 9 months and 11 days, and Anthony De Hooges, age 26 years, 10 months and 6 days were married on Sunday, 20 Oct 1647 at Rensselaerswyck, Albany County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.2
13 Aug 1657MarriageAefje, age 24 years, 7 months and 4 days, and Roeloff Swortwout, age 23 years, 2 months and 12 days were married on Monday, 13 Aug 1657 at Albany, Herkimer County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Aefje Albertse Bradt and Anthony De Hooges

Children of: Aefje Albertse Bradt and Roeloff Swortwout

Biography

Item(s)
On 8 Oct 1636Aefje Albertse Bradt emigrated with Albert Andriesz Bradt and Annetje Barents Van Rottmer from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The NetherlandsB, for New Amsterdam.4
She immigrated with Albert and Annetje on 4 Mar 1637 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB, from Amsterdam, Holland.4

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S2] RootsWeb.com, 23 Sep 2011.
  3. [S129] Ancestry.com, various, hyattmc Hyatt Tree.
  4. [S1084] Rootsweb.com, 23 Jan 2003.
  5. [S1068] Rootsweb.com, 15 Jan 2013.
Last Edited=22 Jun 2019

Albert Andriesz Bradt1

TMG ID:928, (26 Aug 1607 - 7 Jun 1686)
Relationship:
9th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • He was also known as "Bratt"2
  • He was also known as "De Noorman"1
  • His nickname was "Albert the Norman"2
  • He was also known as "Albert Andriessen"2

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
11 Apr 1632MarriageAlbert, age 24 years, 7 months and 16 days, and Annetje Barents Van Rottmer, age 24 years, daughter of: Barent Rottman and Giese Barentsdr, were married on Sunday, 11 Apr 1632 at Amsterdam, The NetherlandsB.1
1663MarriageAlbert, age 55 years, and Pieterie Jansen were married in 1663 at Albany, Herkimer County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1
circa 1669MarriageAlbert and Geertruy Coeymans were married circa 1669 at Albany, Herkimer County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Albert Andriesz Bradt and Annetje Barents Van Rottmer

Biography

Item(s)
Albert Andriessen, or Albert Andriessen Bradt (Bratt) was one of the earliest Norwegian settlers in New Netherland. He came from Fredrikstad, a town at the mouth of the Glommen, the largest river in Norway. In the early records he is often called Albert de Noorman (the Norwegian). After 1670 he became known as Albert Andriesz Bradt. Whether he was related to the Bratts of Norwegian nobility, can not be ascertained. The Bratt family lived in Bergen, Norway, before the early part of the fifteenth century, when it moved to the northern part of Gudbrandsdalen. It had a coat of arms until about the middle of the sixteenth century. Since that time the Bratts belong to the Norwegian peasantry. They have a number of large farms in Gudbrandsdalen, Hedemarken, Toten, and Land.' In the state of New York there are many families of the name of Bradt, descendants of the pioneer from Fredrikstad.

The name of Albert Andriessen occurs for the first time in a document bearing the date August 26, 1636, an agreement between him and two others on the one hand, and the patroon of the colony of Rensselaerswyck, Kiliaen van Rensselaer, on the other. The agreement was made and signed in Amsterdam. It states that Andriessen was a tobacco planter. He may have learnt the cultivating of tobacco in Holland, where tobacco was raised as early as 1616.

Albert sailed, accompanied by his wife, Annetje Barents of 'Rolmers,' and as it would seem by two children, October 8, 1636, on the 'Rensselaerswyck,' which arrived at New Amsterdam March 4, 1637.

On this voyage, which was very stormy, his wife gave birth to a son, who received the name of Storm and who in later records is frequently called Storm from the Sea.

Inasmuch as there were eight children born to Andriessen and his wife, Storm being the third, two of their children, Barent and Eva, were likely with their parents on this voyage. Five of their children were born in the new world: Engeltje, Gisseltje, Andries, Jan and Dirck.

Andriessen and his partners were to operate a mill. But not long after his arrival he took the liberty of dissolving partnership and established himself as a tobacco planter.1
Biography.2
On 8 Oct 1636 Albert, at the age of 29, and Annetje departed Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The NetherlandsB, for for New Amsterdam.2
On 4 Mar 1637, Albert, at age 29, and Annetje immigrated to New Amsterdam, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB, from Amsterdam, Holland.2

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S1084] Rootsweb.com, 23 Jan 2003.
Last Edited=22 Jun 2019

Annetje Barents Van Rottmer1

TMG ID:929, (1608 - 3 Jun 1662)
Relationship:
9th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Van Rottman"1
  • As of 11 Apr 1632, her married name was Mrs. Bradt (née Van Rottmer).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
11 Apr 1632MarriageAnnetje, age 24 years, and Albert Andriesz Bradt, age 24 years, 7 months and 16 days, son of: Andries Arentse Bradt and Kinetis (?), were married on Sunday, 11 Apr 1632 at Amsterdam, The NetherlandsB.1

Children of: Annetje Barents Van Rottmer and Albert Andriesz Bradt

Biography

Item(s)
On 8 Oct 1636 Annetje and Albert, at the age of 29, departed Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The NetherlandsB, for for New Amsterdam.2
On 4 Mar 1637, Annetje and Albert, at age 29, immigrated to New Amsterdam, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB, from Amsterdam, Holland.2
13 Aug 1657 at Albany, Albany County, New York Colony, British American ColoniesB, he was named guardian of Eva Bradt's children.2

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S1084] Rootsweb.com, 23 Jan 2003.
Last Edited=22 Jun 2019

Barent Rottman1

TMG ID:930, (c 1590 - c 1660)
Relationship:
10th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1611MarriageBarent and Giese Barentsdr were married circa 1611 at Altenbruch, Hannover, Holy Roman EmpireB.1

Children of: Barent Rottman and Giese Barentsdr

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Giese Barentsdr1

TMG ID:931, (c 1591 - b 1667)
Relationship:
10th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Gissel Barentsdr"1
  • As of circa 1611, her married name was Mrs. Rottman (née Barentsdr).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
circa 1611MarriageGiese and Barent Rottman were married circa 1611 at Altenbruch, Hannover, Holy Roman EmpireB.1

Children of: Giese Barentsdr and Barent Rottman

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Andries Arentse Bradt1

TMG ID:932, (c 1579 - 1690)
Relationship:
10th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
MarriageAndries and Kinetis (?) were married.2

Children of: Andries Arentse Bradt and Kinetis (?)

Child of: Andries Arentse Bradt

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S1084] Rootsweb.com, 23 Jan 2003.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Arent Andriesse Bradt1

TMG ID:933, (c 1615 - c 1662)
Relationship:
9th great-granduncle of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
1648MarriageArent and were married in 1648 at Rensselaerwyck, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=1 Feb 2013

Jochem Lambertse Van Valkenburg1

TMG ID:934, (4 Nov 1646 - c 1720)
Relationship:
8th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
1664MarriageJochem, age 17 years, and Eva Hendrickse Vrooman, daughter of: Hendrick Bartholomeus Vrooman and Geertruy Johannis, were married in 1664 at New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1
23 Feb 1712/13MarriageJochem, age 66 years, 3 months and 19 days, and Jannetjie Mingael, daughter of: Thomas Jansen Mingael and Marritje Abrahamse Van Deursen, were married on Thursday, 23 Feb 1712/13 at New York Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Jochem Lambertse Van Valkenburg and Eva Hendrickse Vrooman

Biography

Item(s)
British conquest of New Netherland in 1664. New Netherland became New York Colony, British North America. The town of New Amsterdam became the town of New York..1

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S589] Internet - Van Valkenburg Assoc., online http://tinyurl.com/p6hd6h6
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Sophia Martense1

TMG ID:935, (c 1640 - a 1710)
Relationship:
9th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • She was also known as "Fytie"1
  • As of 29 Apr 1655, her married name was Mrs. Damen (née Martense).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
29 Apr 1655MarriageSophia and Jan Corneliszen Damen, son of: Cornelis Jansen Damen, were married on Thursday, 29 Apr 1655 at Brooklyn, Kings County, New Netherlands Colony, British American ColoniesB.1

Children of: Sophia Martense and Jan Corneliszen Damen

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=13 Jan 2018

Cornelis Jansen Damen1

TMG ID:936, (c 1585 - b 1667)
Relationship:
10th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Child of: Cornelis Jansen Damen

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Jan Damen1

TMG ID:937, (c 1555 - b 1627)
Relationship:
11th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
MarriageJan and Hedrickje Aert Hendrickdochter, daughter of: Aert Hendrickse, were married.1

Child of: Jan Damen and Hedrickje Aert Hendrickdochter

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Marie Taine1

TMG ID:938, (c 1616 - a 1667)
Relationship:
10th great-grandmother of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Alias(es)

  • As of 1640, her married name was Mrs. Casier (née Taine).

Union(s)

DateEventDetails/Notes
1640MarriageMarie and Philippe Casier were married in 1640 at Pas-de-Calais, Calais, FranceB.1,2

Children of: Marie Taine and Philippe Casier

Biography

Item(s)
Believed to be descended from the DeTaine family, who sailed as knights in the service of William the Conqueror in 1066..1

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S619] RootsWeb.com, 23 Oct 2005.
Last Edited=4 Jun 2014

Arent Bradt1

TMG ID:939, (c 1549 - )
Relationship:
11th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Child of: Arent Bradt

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
Last Edited=1 Feb 2013

Pierre Usillé1

TMG ID:940, (c 1610 - )
Relationship:
10th great-grandfather of Elsie Dora Lewis

Vital Statistics

Children of: Pierre Usillé

Citations

  1. [S581] RootsWeb.com, 3 Jul 2005.
  2. [S619] RootsWeb.com, 23 Oct 2005.
Last Edited=28 Feb 2013