Families of New Amsterdam, New Netherlands and Flatlands
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of the Van Nest family : founded by George Van Nest who came from the
Netherlands to New Jersey about 1698 Rochester, N.Y.: Bodine, George F,
1940, 14 pgs.
Van Der Veer family in the Netherlands : 1150 to 1660 and 1280 to 1780
Brooklyn, N.Y.: C.A. Ditmas, c1913, De Boer, Louis P. 78 pgs.
family of Rotterdam in the Netherlands : an outline of the history
of the family from Pieter Tromper, 1460, to Jacob Tromper, 1626, the founder
of the family in America New York: Priv. print., 1914, De Boer, Louis P.
of Cornelis Maessen Van Buren who came from Holland
to the New Netherlands in 1631, and his descendants, including the genealogy
of the family of Bloomingdale who are descended from Maas, a son of Cornelis
Maessen New York: Tobias A. Wright, 1913, Peckham, Harriet C. Waite
Van Buren, 454 pgs.
De Forests of Avesnes and of New Netherland :
a Huguenot thread in American colonial history, 1494 to the present time
New Haven, Conn.: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., c1900, De Forest,
John William, 310 pgs.
De Forests and the Walloon founding of New Amsterdam Lincoln,
Neb.: Green, Lucy Garrison, 1916, c1924, 94 pgs.
ancestry of the Van Culemborg family of Culemborg, Holland : being
the ancestry of Sophia Van Culemborg, wife of Johan de Carpentier, parents
of Maria de Carpentier, wife of Jean Paul Jaquet, vice-director and chief
magistrate of the colonies on the South River of New Netherland, 1655-1657
Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane & Scott, 1915, Sellers, Edwin Jaquett,
Carpentier allied ancestry : ancestry of Maria de Carpentier, wife
of Jean Paul Jaquet, vice-director and chief magistrate on the South River
of New Netherland, 1655-1657 Philadelphia: Allen, Lane & Scott, 1928,
Sellers, Edwin Jaquett, 237 pgs.
of the De Carpentier family of Holland Philadelphia:
Allen, Lane & Scott, 1909, Sellers, Edwin Jaquett 63 pgs.
Hecke allied ancestry : ancestry of Josina Van Hecke, wife of Roeland
de Carpentier, pensionary of Ypres, grandparents of Maria de Carpentier,
wife of Jean Paul Jaquet, vice-director and chief magistrate on the South
River of New Netherland, 1655-1657 Philadelphia: Press of Allen, Lane &
Scott, 1933,Sellers, Edwin Jaquett, 159 pgs.
Frisian family, the Banta genealogy :
descendants of Epke Jacobse, who came from Friesland, Netherlands, to New
Amsterdam, February, 1659 New York: Banta, Theodore Melvin, 1893,
Dutch schools of New Netherland and colonial New York Washington
D.C.: G.P.O., 1912, Kilpatrick, William Heard, 239 pgs.
history of the Van Sickle family in the United States of America :
embracing a full biographical sketch of the author, the early history of
the world, the early history of the aborigines, the early history of America,
the early history of the Netherlands, the derivation of names, the ancestral
lineage, the genealogy, biographical sketches of its most distinguished
members, and a family record Springfield, Ohio: Van Sickle, John W. , 1880,
of descendants of Claude Le Maitre (Delamater.) : who came from France
via Holland and settled at New Netherlands, now New York, in 1652 Albany:
J. Munsell's Sons, 1882, De La Mater, La Fayette, 233 pgs.
Nevius, Schepen and third secretary of New Amsterdam under the Dutch,
first secretary of New York City under the English and his descendants,
A.D. 1627-1900, embracing existing families bearing the surnames of Nevius,
Nevyus, Neafie, Neafus, Neefus, Nafis, Nafie, Nafey, Naphey, Napheys and
Naphis . Honeyman, A. Van Doren Plainfield, N.J.: Honeyman, 1900, 768
der registers van de afdeeling bevolkingsregister
en van de buurtringen te Amsterdam, over de jaren 1875-1897 Amsterdam?:
unknown, 1897?, 136 pgs.
Almy of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 1630,
Joris Janssen de Rapaljé of Fort Orange (Albany), New Amsterdam
and Brooklyn, 1623 Chicago: Charles Kingsbury Miller, 1897, 136 pgs.
and genealogy of the Hoagland family in America :
from their first settlement at New Amsterdam, 1638 to 1891 from data furnished
mainly by Daniel Hoogland Carpenter. New York, N.Y.: C.N. Hoagland, Carpenter,
Daniel Hoogland, 1891?, 282 pgs.
Waldron's descendants : Vanderpoel branch : descendants in the Vanderpoel
branch of Resolved Waldron, who came from Holland to New Amsterdam in 1650
New York: MacGowan & Slipper, Slipper, James Henry, 1910, 83
Ryerson genealogy : genealogy and history of the Knickerbocker families
of Ryerson, Ryerse, Ryerss, also Adriance and Martense families, all descendants
of Martin and Adriaen Reyersz (Reyerszen), of Amsterdam, Holland Chicago:
Priv. print. for Edward L. Ryerson by Ryerson, Albert Winslow, 1916, 448
of the Wanzer family in America : from the settlement in New Amsterdam,
New York, 1642-1920 Medford, Mass.: Medford Mercury Press, Wanzer, William
David, 1920, 137 pgs.
Hatfields of Westchester : a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas
Hatfield of New Amsterdam and Mamaroneck, whose sons settled in White Plains,
Westchester County, New York New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical
Society, Hatfield, Abraham, 1935, 227 pgs.
and descendants of Tielman Van Vleeck of Niew Amsterdam : with some
descendants of Benjamin Van Vleck and Marinus Roelofse van Vleckeren or
Van Vlack New York: Van Vleck, Jane,, 1955, 483 pgs.
Jans Bogardus and her New Amsterdam estate, past and present : romance
of a Dutch maiden and its present day New World sequel, historical, legal,
genealogical Indianapolis, Ind.: Wikoff, Thomas Bentley., 1924, 278
Keyser family : descendants of Dirck Keyser of Amsterdam Philadelphia:
Keyser, Charles S. , 1889, 178 pgs.
Duyckinck and allied families : being a record of the descendants of
Evert Duyckinck : who settled in New Amsterdam, now New York, in 1638 New
York, Duyckinck, Whitehead Cornell,: T.A. Wright, 1908, 261 pgs.
Rycken, the progenitor of the Suydam family in America - A Monograph
By Rev. J. Howard Suydam, D.D. Published By Request. The Knickerbocker
Press, New York, 1898, 1st Edition. Illustrated with a photographic
frontispiece, two full-page plates, and a drawing of the Rycken and Suydam
Coat-Of-Arms. Hendrick Rycken was a blacksmith who emigrated to New Netherlands
in 1663 and later settled in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Branches of the family
also settled in Oyster Bay and Centerport, Long Island, New York: Knickerbocker
Press, 1898, Suydam, J. Howard, 46 pgs.
genealogy of the Van Voorhees family in America, or, The descendants
of Stephen Coerte Van Voorhees of Holland and Flatlands, L.I. New York:
Author: Van Voorhis, Elias William Published by G.P. Putnam's
Sons :, 1888, 733 pgs. Part first. Genealogy of the Van Voorhees
Family in America Part second. The grandchildren of Steven Coerte
Van Voorhees (of Holland and Flatlands, L. I.) and their descendants
on the ancestry of Major Wm. Roe Van Voorhis of Fishkill, Duchess,
County, New York: Author Van Voorhis, Elias W, Originally for private
distribution only, 1881, 255 pgs.
of Cornelius Barentse Van Wyck and Anna Polhemus New York: Tobias A.
Wright, Van Wyck, Anne,1912, 597 pgs.
History and Genealogy of the Van Deusens of Van Deusen Manor Great
Barrington Berkshire County Massachusetts., Sahler Louis Hasbrouck (1893)
Van Deusen and Many of His Descendants with Biographical Notes
1635-1901., Benson, Charles B (1901) 198 pages
Deursen Family.Vol.1 (1912); Vol.2 Van Deusen.
, Captain Albert H (1912) 983 pages
Dusenbury family : consisting principally of the descendants of Hendrick
Hendricksen van Doesburg Port Chester, N.Y.: Privately printed, Dusenbury,
Bradley A. c1932, 71 pgs.
Underhill, captain of New England and New Netherland New York: D. Appleton
and Co., 1932, Shelley, Henry C 507 pgs.
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