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Hegeman, Ariaantje Frans (b. 1717, d. ?)

Note: 2nd wife of Cornelis Viele.
Note: FamilySearch.org has her born about 1720 to FRANS OR FRANCIS HEGEMAN & ANTJEN RUARD
Change: Date: 27 MAR 2004

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Freer, Rachel (b. ABT JUL 1726, d. ?)
Note: Kathryn K.Viele gave her maiden surname as Swarthout, but without attribution. This is also the surname the DAR shows, again without evidence or attribution. In a later publication Kathryn Viele acknowledges that Cornelis' will and the land records confirm that she was the daughter of Simon Freer.
Email dated 1 Jan 2004 from Fran Dumas [frandumas@adelphia.net]
Note: She married Cornelis Pieterse Viele before 1745, probably at
Poughkeepsie, though I have never been able to find a record. I haven't
found any baptism records for their children, either. They do appear
together as sponsors of Rachel Dubois, daughter of Jeremiah Dubois and
Rachel Viele (Cornelis' sister).

To prove her identity, Kathlyne Viele states: "In 1795, (March 25) one
John Yerry and wife sell land at that place which John's parents bought
in 1770 of the heirs of Simon Freer of Dutchess County. The deed
contained this item: 'Whereas Simon Freer, Peter Low and wife Mary,
Peter Freer, Peter Leroy and wife Deborah, Cornelius Vielie and his son
Peter Vielie, eldest son and heir at law of Rachel, deceased daughter of
She married Cornelis Pieterse Viele before 1745, probably at Poughkeepsie, though I have never been able to find a record. I haven't found any baptism records for their children, either. They do appear
together as sponsors of Rachel Dubois, daughter of Jeremiah Dubois and
Rachel Viele (Cornelis' sister).
Simon Freer deceased and late wife of Cornelius Vielie, Peter van Kleeck
and wife Annetje, John Freer, Johannes Terpenning and wife Jenneke,
Jacobus Freer and Nathan Freer did by indenture bearing the date May 30,
1770 grant, bargain and sell unto Michael Yerry and wife Elizabeth a
certain piece of land in the town of Poughkeepsie containing 40 acres of
land, etc.'"
Note: Her ancestry is covered in "The Freer Family" by Ruth P. Heidgerd. There is a heavily adbridged version on the Internet complete with a family coat of arms.

3 months old and baptised at the Highland in the house of William Lassing.
Per email dated ! Jan 2004 from Fran Dumas [frandumas@adelphia.net] on the D-C List.

"Oct 30
Simon Frere Rachel, 3 mos old
Blandina Frerern
Maretje Chr: at the Highland in the house of Willem Lassing
Michiel van Kleek"
Per email dated 2 Jan 2004 from Betty Kinzie [mkinzie@cnyinternet.com]
Change: Date: 27 MAR 2004

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Flagler, Simon (b. 16 FEB 1714, d. DEC 1774)
Change: Date: 18 MAY 2001

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Palmentier, Rebecca (b. 12 FEB 1719, d. ?)
Note: 6 children
REBECCA VIELE b: 1741 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
HELENA VIELE b: 1742 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
NEELTJE VIELE b: 1744 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
PETER VIELE b: 1744 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
JOHANNA VIELE b: 1746 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
JANNETJE JANE VIELE b: 1754 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
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Change: Date: 01 OCT 2009

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Van Kleek, Neeltke (b. 07 MAY 1710, d. ABT 1739)
Note: 5 children
JOHANNA ANNATJE VIELE b: 1730 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
BARENT VIELE b: 17 MAR 1730/31 in NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK COUNTY, NEW YORK.
PETER VIELE b: 1732 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
BALTUS VIELE b: 1736 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
NEELTJE VIELE b: 1738 in POUGHKEEPSIE, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NEW YORK.
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Note: #1815
Wit: Pieter Parmentier & Spohia Parmentier
Change: Date: 01 NOV 2006

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Conyn, Leendert Philipse (b. 09 SEP 1683, d. ?)
Note: Pearson's "First Settlers of Albany County", p. 33
Note: Albany DRC Records, p. 32
Wit: Leendert Philipsz & Johannes Jansz. By Jannetje Martensz
Change: Date: 13 AUG 2008

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Van Vechten, Johannes (b. 31 DEC 1721, d. ?)
Note: Albany DRC Records, p. 93
Wit: Leendert & Geertruy V. Vegten
Change: Date: 29 OCT 2006

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Marinus, Rachel (b. 19 OCT 1717, d. ?)
Note: #412
Sp: David Marinus & Neeltien Marinus
Change: Date: 24 MAY 2010

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Marinus, Jeremias (b. 15 MAY 1727, d. ?)
Note: #803
Sp: Wouter Swart & w. Betty Tixston
Change: Date: 24 MAY 2010

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Marinus, Carel (b. ABT 1722, d. ?)
Note: Pearson's "First Settlers of Schenectady", p. 114
Pearson's "First Settlers of Albany", p. 76
Change: Date: 13 AUG 2008

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Cregier, Martinus (b. ABT 1675, d. ABT 1754)
Note: Pearson's "First Settlers of Albany County", p. 35
Vintner
Note: Email dated 2 Jun 2001
From: WayneLII@aol.com
To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com

Abstracts of Wills Vol IV 1744-1753, pages 471 & 472: Page 447.--In the name of God, Amen, I, MARTINUS CRIGIER, of New York, vintner, being sick. I leave to my wife Margaret, all my estate (none reserved) of houses and lands, during the time she remains my widow, but if she marries, she is to have the use of my house and ground in New York "on the upper corner of Beekman street," being 100 feet in length. I also leave her =A3100, and a silver Tankard, and all my household stuff, and she is to take care of my under aged children till they are of age or married. After her death or marriage, I leave to my eldest son John, all that my house and ground in Beekman street "being the third house from the said corner downward;" Also all the land lying between that and my second house in said street, being also 100 feet in length "till it comes to the middle of the well that stands there." After the death of my wife, I leave to my son Henry all that my house and ground in New York, in the South Ward, which I bought of Henry Anthony. I leave to my son Martinus, after my wife's death, all my house and lot on the corner of Beekman street. I leave to my daughter, Jenny Crigier, all that my second house in Beekman street, joining to the corner house, with an alley 4 feet wide. I leave to my daughtr Margaret, wife of Bourdette Fleetwood, my two lots of ground which I purchased, one of Benjamin Peck and the other of Joseph Latham; I also leave her =A3150. I give all the land which was left to me by my mother, Jenny Crigier, in her will, which land is in Albany County, at a place called Conistageonie, to my 5 children, John, Henry, Martinus, Jenny, and Margaret, and all the rest of my estate after my wife's death. I make my daughters Margaret and Jenny, and my son Henry, and my friend, James Livingston, executors.

Dated April 26, 1740. Witnesses, Jacob Bloom, turner, Geritt Van Benthuysen, John Kelly. Proved, February 1, 1754.
Change: Date: 20 JUN 2008

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Van Dolsen, Margrietie (b. ABT 1666, d. ?)
Note: 4 children
Pearson's "First Settlers of Albany County", p. 35
Living in New York City in 1741 with 4 children
Change: Date: 14 JUN 2008

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Peterson, William (b. ABT 1700, d. ?)
Note: Pearson's "First Settlers of Schenectady", p. 140
Change: Date: 19 JUL 2003

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Vedder, Sophia (b. 05 MAY 1700, d. 10 MAY 1741)
Note: CAVS #42
5 children
Pearson's "First Settlers of Schenectady County", p. 140
Note: #61
Wit: Cornelis Van Slyck & Hilletje Cornelis
Note: Died in 41st year
Change: Date: 28 JAN 2010

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de Graw, Arent Leendartsz (b. ABT 1635, d. ?)
Change: Date: 13 JAN 2005

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Coerten, Gysbertie Harmanse (b. ABT 1640, d. ?)
Change: Date: 13 JAN 2005

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Collier, Volkertje (b. 23 OCT 1692, d. ?)
Note: 6 children
x. JOHANNES4 VAN BUSKIRK, b. 1720.
xi. MICHAEL VAN BUSKIRK, b. March 06, 1720/21.
xii. MARGRITE VAN BUSKIRK, b. February 17, 1722/23.
xiii. FYTJE VAN BUSKIRK, b. October 06, 1727.
xiv. LEIPI VAN BUSKIRK, b. February 06, 1727/28.
xv. CATHRYN VAN BUSKIRK, b. September 12, 1730.
xvi. THOMAS VAN BUSKIRK, b. June 20, 1733.
Note: Albany DRC Records, p. 59
Wit: Claas Lucasz & Lysbeth Lansing
Change: Date: 10 OCT 2007

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Van Buskirk, Laurens Andriessen (b. ABT 1630, d. 13 JUL 1694)
Note: Information about the Van Buskirk family is from John Van Buskirk . It was in an email from him dated 13 Jun3 2001 on the D-C List
They owned land first on Manhattan, but more on the New Jersey side, Constable Hook, Hackinsack, and
Upper Saddle River

Additional information in email
Dated: Wed, 13 Jun 2001
From: "joan francis"
To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Pond/3965
Emigration: Date: 1654
Place: Holstein, Germany
Change: Date: 23 JUL 2005

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Jans, Jannetje (b. ABT 1635, d. 16 MAR 1693)
Note: 3 sons by Van Horn, 4 by Van Buskirk
Children of JANNETJE JANS and CHRISTIAN VAN HORN are:
2. i. BARENT3 VAN HORN, b. Holland.
3. ii. CORNELIUS VAN HORN, b. August 03, 1653, New Amsterdam.
4. iii. JOHANNES VAN HORN, b. May 18, 1657; d. 1707.
Children of JANNETJE JANS and LOURENS VAN BUSKIRK are:
5. iv. ANDRIES3 VAN BUSKIRK, b. March 03, 1658/59, New Amsterdam; d. April 01, 1732, Constable Hook, N.J..
6. v. LAURENS L VAN BUSKIRK, b. 1662; d. 1722, Upper SaddleRiver, N.J..
7. vi. PETER VAN BUSKIRK, b. July 20, 1666, Constable Hook, N.J.; d. July 31, 1738, Constable Hook, N.J..
8. vii. THOMAS VAN BUSKIRK, b. 1668, Constable Hook, N.J.; d. October 1748.
Email Dated: Sun, 24 Jun 2001
From: John Van Buskirk
To: Dutch-Colonies-L@rootsweb.com
Emigration: Date: 1654
Place: Holstein, Germany
Change: Date: 10 MAR 2006

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Van Horn, Christian Barentsen (b. ABT 1628, d. ABT 1658)
Change: Date: 23 JUL 2005

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