Elisabeth Peter Wyckoff1

F, b. 15 August 1731, d. 5 March 1779
Relationships
5th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
5th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Elisabeth Peter Wyckoff, daughter of Peter Gerritse Wyckoff and Rensie Martense Schenck, was born on 15 August 1731 at Flatlands, Kings, New York.2,1

     Elisabeth Peter Wyckoff died at age 47, on 5 March 1779, at Flatlands, Kings, New York.1
Last Edited=20 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-1RB : accessed 1 August 2012), entry for Elizabeth /Wyckoff/.
  2. [S132] Walter Kenneth B. S. B,. A. L.L.B. Griffin, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of New Utrecht, Long Island : 1718-1741, Page 7.

Tryntje Achias or Haegen1

F, b. 1601
Relationships
8th great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Tryntje Achias or Haegen was born in 1601 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.2 As of circa 1625, her married name was Van Dyke.

     Tryntje, married Jan Thomasse Van Dyke, son of Thomas Janse Van Dyke, circa 1625.3 As of 11 August 1678, her married name was Van der Hard.4
          Tryntje, married Tileman Jacobsz Van der Hard on 11 August 1678.4
Last Edited=20 Sep 2014

Family: Tryntje Achias or Haegen and Tileman Jacobsz Van der Hard

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 174, 177.
  2. [S2] Ancestry.Com, online http://www.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc. This information needs further research.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 174.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 177.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 230.
  6. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 177, 277.
  7. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 177.
  8. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 231.

Jan Thomasse Van Dyke1

M, b. 1605, d. circa October 1673
Relationships
8th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Jan, married Unknown (?) 1st.2
     Jan Thomasse Van Dyke, son of Thomas Janse Van Dyke, was born in 1605 at Amsterdam, N Holland, Netherlands.3

     Jan, married Tryntje Achias or Haegen circa 1625.1

     Circa 1631 Jan, the son of Thomas Van Dyke, was the founder of the Van Dyke family in America. He came to New Amsterdam from Amsterdam, Holland, in the year 1652 with his wife Tryntje Achias or Haegen and seven children. I t is said that she was his second wife and that his first wife was the mother of four of his children.
He was one of the founders in 1657 of New Utrecht, where Director-General Peter Stuyvesant had permitted the establishment of a town comprising about one thousand acres divided into farms of fifty acres each. The early settlers in America could not purchase land from the Indians without permission of the government and when a purchase was arranged it was followed by a special grant allowing the formation of a settlement or town. This is in accordance with the "Law of Nations" expressed in Wheaton. Jan Thomasse Van Dyke owned one of these farms and in 1659 added to it a tract of meadow land extending toward what is now called Coney Island.
The Director-General and Council at Fort Amsterdam on October 2, 1659, made the following proclamation: "The Director-General and Council notify the inhabitants of the Town of New Utrecht to keep good watch and for the purpose of keeping good order they have appointed and set as in other cases the person Jan Thomassen to the office of Sergeant, they therefore order the inhabitance of the Town of New Utrecht to obey and acknowledge as Sergeant the above named Jan Thomassen." This was the commission of Sergeant Jan Thomasse Van Dyke.

It was often the custom of the Dutch to refer to a person by mentioning his first name and the first name of his father. Jan Thomasse would mean John the son of Thomas, and Jan Janse, John the son of John. To this would be added the name which indicated generally the place from which he came; thus Beekman was "the man of the brook," Van Dyke was the man of the dyke. The name was spelled in many ways, often in the same family. It was spelled Van Dyke, Van Duyk. Van Dike, Vandike, Van Dyk, Van Duyck. and Van Dyck. The correct way of spelling the name of the family founded by Jan Thomasse Van Dyke is Van Dyke. Dutch parents in naming their children would generally give to the oldest son the name of his paternal grandfather, and to the second son the name of his maternal grandfather, The two oldest daughters would receive the names of their grandmothers in the same order. According to the Register of New Netherland Jan Thomasse Van Dvke was for many years a Magistrate of Fort Orange and New Utrecht.4

     Jan Thomasse Van Dyke emigrated in 1652.5,6

     Jan Thomasse Van Dyke was, in part of New Utrecht action.
Governor Stuyvesant gave New Utrecht a patent in 1662, when Jan (Tomassen) Van Dyke, Rutger (Joosten) Van Brunt and Jacob Hellakers were chosen as Magistrates and the dominion of Adriaen Hegeman as Schout was extended over the new township. Soon after the patent was issued Stuyvesant made a visit to New Utrecht in solemn state hoisted the flag of the Netherlands and wound up by partaking at a feast in the home of the pioneer Van Brunt. This may be said to be the first excitement in the history of New Utrecht. The second occurred in 1663 when the adventurer John Scott rode into the village with his gang of braggadocios, took possession of the unguarded blockhouse, fired one of its guns, and proclaimed Charles II the sovereign ruler of New Netherland. Scott tried to make Jacob Hellakers and others swear allegiance to the English sovereign, threatened several women with the sword and then clattered away to win fresh victories. Little over a year later there was a still more serious excitement, for on December 8, 1664, a fleet of English vessels appeared in Nyack Bay and it was not long before Colonel Nicolls' coup changed New Netherland into an English colony, sent Peter Stuyvesant, indignant and bellicose to the last, into retirement and brought New Utrecht as well as the other Dutch and English towns on Long Island under the British flag. New Utrecht seems to have submitted to the change with placid submission and was represented by two delegates at the convention which Governor Nicolls called in 1665 after he had secured a firm grip of the reins of government. In the following year it accepted a new patent from his hands, found itself one of the towns of the West Riding of Yorkshire, and the "Duke's Laws" became the supreme legal code of the town. The English rule lasted for nine years and then disappeared as suddenly as it came, for on July 29, 1673, a fleet of vessels with the flag of Holland at each of their mastheads was seen in Nyack Bay and were heartily welcomed and soon New Netherland was Dutch once more. Governor Colve's rule was especially welcomed in the Dutch towns on Long Island, and on August 29, every male inhabitant of New Utrecht of suitable age took the oath of allegiance to the Fatherland and swore to it undying fidelity.
in 1662.7

     Jan was in 1673 he was appointed one of the schepens of New Utrecht by Govenor Colve. in 1673 at New York.5

     Jan Thomasse Van Dyke died circa October 1673, at Utrecht, Kings, New York. Soon after being appointed for under date October 16, 1673, it was stated in "documentry History of New York", Vol.II, 577 and 659 the following entry:
"The Governor hath, from the nomination made by the Magistrates of the town of Utrecht selected Jan Gysbertse Van Meteren as a Magistrate in place of Jan Thomassen now lately deceased."1,8

     His old farm in the village of was s"old at auction to "Rut Joosten" (Van Brunt) for 2500 Guilders; his new farm was at the same date sold to Cryn Janse (Van Meteren) for 2000 Guilders; and his 2 houseplots in the village to Hendrick JanseVan Dyck for 750 Guilders, as per town records. There was a Jan Tomassen on the Delaware in 1659, as per p. 286 of Vol. XII. of Doc. of Col. His. of N. Y., who possibly may have been this Thomas."9
Last Edited=20 Sep 2014

Children of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke and Unknown (?)

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 174.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336, paragraph 2.
  3. [S2] Ancestry.Com, online http://www.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc. This information needs further research.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 175 and 176.
  5. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336.
  6. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, This book was acquired from Google Books online, page 174.
  7. [S151] Peter Ross, A history of Long Island :, Page 331, left side column.
  8. [S222] Rosalie Fellows Bailey, Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses & Families, Page 397, indicates death was in 1672.
  9. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 177.
  10. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, This book was acquired from Google Books online.
  11. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 230.
  12. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 227.
  13. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 231.

Lysbeth Symonszen1

F, b. 1647
     Lysbeth Symonszen, daughter of Aert Symonszen and Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart, was born in 1647 at Nieuwkoop, Netherlands.1 As of 27 June 1680, her married name was Van Dyck.
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Citations

  1. [S2] Ancestry.Com, online http://www.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc. This information needs further research.

Jan Van Dyke1,2

M, b. 1682, d. 8 December 1764
Relationships
6th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
6th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Jan Van Dyke, husband of Anna Verkerk
     Jan Van Dyke, son of Captain Jan Janse Van Dyke and Teuntje Thyssen Lanen Van Pelt, was born in 1682.3,4,5

     Jan, married Anna (Annetje) Verkerk at age 22, daughter of Roelof Jansen Verkerk and Catharine Simons, on 6 June 1706.1,6,7

     Jan and Anna resided, between c 1706 - 1765, about three miles from Spotswood, Middlesex County, New Jersey, where he owned 2135 acres of land. This was reflected in his Will which was recorded in the office of the Secretary of State at Trenton, New Jersey, on June 28 1765. In a "List of the militia under the command of Col. Thos: Harmar in the year 1715 New Jersey," recorded in Colonial Records, vol. lx, page 72, in Sixth Company, Peter Demont, Captian, are found the names of privates Abra. Van Veghte and Derick Van Veghte, and in the Fifth Company of same regiment is found the name of our ancestor "private Jno. Vandike" When in New Brunswick, New Jersey was first settled in 1681, it was called "Prigmores Swamp." It increased in size and importance and was incorporated as a city on December 30, 1730, by charter of King George II. It's first Mayor was Thomas Farmer and John Van Dyke was one of the first Aldermen.8,9

     Jan Van Dyke died on 8 December 1764, A quote fron the book, "The Raritan"
Their graves are still intact in the Ten Mile Run Cemetery—a burying ground originally belonging in Jan's tract and given by him in his will to his son Jacob. The propensity of the time to drop the Dutch and go on with the English was, perhaps thoughtlessly, shown on the gravestones of the pair where Jan appears translated as "Jno. Senr.," and Annetje as "Ann." On both stones in English one reads, "Upwards of 80 years." It is something of a pity that those who had been Dutch all their lives could not have been allowed to remain Dutch in their graves.1,6,10,11
He was buried in Ten Mile Run Cemetery at Old Georgetown Road, Rocky Hill, Somerset, New Jersey.12
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Jan Van Dyke and Anna (Annetje) Verkerk

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 194.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 200.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 194 and 200.
  4. [S157] John C. Van Dyke, Raritan, The, Page 38;.
  5. [S14] Name on Headstone Headstone at cemetery, Cemetery Headstones, Various Locations as stated in "Deaths", Inscribed.
  6. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 199.
  7. [S222] Rosalie Fellows Bailey, Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses & Families, Page 397, indicates marriage was 05 June 1706.
  8. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 201.
  9. [S157] John C. Van Dyke, Raritan, The, Page 39;.
  10. [S222] Rosalie Fellows Bailey, Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses & Families, Page 397, indicates death was 18 December 1764.
  11. [S14] Name on Headstone Headstone at cemetery, Cemetery Headstones, Various Locations as stated in "Deaths", Current headstone is new.
  12. [S171] Find A Grave web site, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 45768384.
  13. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 206.
  14. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 221.
  15. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 226.

Thomas Janse Van Dyke1,2

M, b. circa 1632, d. before September 1695
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Thomas Janse Van Dyke, son of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke and Unknown (?), was born circa 1632.3

     Circa 1652 Thomas, son of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke, born about 1632, was the oldest son and had just about reached his majority when he sailed with his father from Amsterdam, Holland, to New Amsterdam in the early part of the year 1652. He owned a farm of about fifty acres in New Utrecht where he resided until 1677. In 1673 he was a magistrate of New Utrecht. In 1677 he sold his farm there to Rutgert Joosten Van Brunt and moved to a farm in Brooklyn which he sold in 1695 to Woughter Van Pelt .4

     Thomas, married Maritje Andriessen circa 1652.5,6

     Thomas was obtained a patent for 24 rnorgens in New Utrecht Dec. 26, 1661, which he sold Oct. 28, 1677, to Rutger Joesten (Van Brunt). A magistrate (schepen) of New Utrecht in 1673; on assess (or assessment) rolls of Brooklyn of 1675 and '76, where he owned a farm on the Bay or River, lying on the southerly side of the premises Stoffel Johannes Schaers sold Sept. 17, 1695, to Woughter Van Pelt. on 26 December 1661.2

     Thomas Janse Van Dyke died before September 1695.6
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Thomas Janse Van Dyke and Maritje Andriessen

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 178.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 178.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, This book was acquired from Google Books online.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 178, The date of marriage is estimated.
  6. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 337.
  7. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.

Angennetj (Angenietje) Van Dyke1,2

F, b. 29 April 1686
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was De Hart.1

     Angennetj, married Seymon (Simon) De Hart.1 Angennetj (Angenietje) Van Dyke was baptized on 29 April 1686.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Angennetj (Angenietje) Van Dyke and Seymon (Simon) De Hart

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 197.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 90.
  3. [S132] Walter Kenneth B. S. B,. A. L.L.B. Griffin, Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of New Utrecht, Long Island : 1718-1741, Page 5.

Peter (Pieter) Van Dyke1,2

M, d. circa 1722
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Peter (Pieter) Van Dyke, son of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke and Unknown (?), was born.1

     Peter, married Annetji Janse.1

     Peter (Pieter) Van Dyke died circa 1722.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Peter (Pieter) Van Dyke and Annetji Janse

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 230.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336.

Derrick (Derick) Van Dyke1,2

M
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Derrick (Derick) Van Dyke, son of Jan Thomasse Van Dyke and Unknown (?), was born.3

     Derrick (Derick) Van Dyke immigrated in 1652 He came to America with his father.4

     Derrick, married Urseltie Jans on 25 April 1674 at New Amsterdam, New York.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Derrick (Derick) Van Dyke and Urseltie Jans

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Date of birth is estimated based on information provided in reference.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, This book was acquired from Google Books online.

Carel Janse Van Dyke1

M, d. 1734
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Carel Janse Van Dyke emigrated in 1652.2

     Carel was On assessed (or assessment) rolls of New Utrecht of 1675 and '83; magistrate in 1683 and '84; on Dongan's patent of 1686; and took the oath of allegiance there in 1687. Assessed in New Utrecht in 1706 for 80 acres. From New Utrecht he removed to Shrewsbury, New Jersey, where he died. in 1675.2
     Circa 1680 Carel came to America with his father in 1652 and Lysbeth settled in New Utrecht where he was a magistrate. He removed to Monmouth County, New Jersey, where he died. His Will was recorded in December 1732, in Liber C at page 12 in the office of the Secretary of State at Trenton, N. J.3

     Carel, married Lysbeth Ards Van der Hard on 27 June 1680.4

     Carel, married Lysbeth Ards Van der Hard on 27 June 1680.2

     Carel left a Will on 1 December 1732 his Will was recorded in December 1732 in Liber C at page 12 in the office of Secetary of State.1,2

     Carel Janse Van Dyke died in 1734.1,2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Carel Janse Van Dyke and Lysbeth Ards Van der Hard

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 333.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, This book was acquired from Google Books online.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 186.
  6. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 334.

Lambert Van Dyke1,2

M
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Lambert, married Fytje Barents.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Lambert Van Dyke and Fytje Barents

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 230.
  2. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 336, paragraph 2.

Jennetje Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     As of 1710, her married name was Van Brunt.1

     Jennetje, married Captian Rutgers Van Brunt, son of Joost Van Brunt, in 1710.2,3
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Jennetje Van Dyke and Captian Rutgers Van Brunt

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 197.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 197.
  3. [S129] Unknown author, "Boston Evening Transcript", dated 12 Mar 1898.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 198.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 198.

Eva Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Voorhees.1

     Eva, married Steven Coerte Voorhees.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 199.

Catharine Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Catharine, married an unknown person circa 1692 Soon after their marriage they moved to Monmouth County, New Jersey and settled on lands in what is now Holmdel Township.2 As of circa 1692, her married name was Hendrickson.1,2

     Catharine, married Daniel Hendrickson circa 1692.1,2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 189.
  2. [S160] George C. Beekman, N. Y. Genealogical / Biographical Record, Page 115.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 189.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 190.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 193.
  6. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 192.
  7. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 191.

Mayke Van Dyke1,2

F
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     As of 21 April 1694, her married name was Richon.3,4,5

     Mayke, married Johannes Daniels Richon on 21 April 1694.3,4,5
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Mayke Van Dyke and Johannes Daniels Richon

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 194.
  2. [S129] Unknown author, "Boston Evening Transcript", dated 12 Mar 1898.
  3. [S129] Unknown author, "Boston Evening Transcript", dated 12 Mar 1898, gave circa 21 Apr 1690.
  4. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Page 242.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 194.

Catleyntje Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
6th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Keteltas.1

     Catleyntje, married Garret Keteltas, son of Jan Evertson Keteltas and Aeltje Schepmors.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Catleyntje Van Dyke and Garret Keteltas

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 198.

Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart1

F, b. 1598, d. 1651
     Her married name was GERRITSZEN.2 Her married name was Symonszen.
     Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart was born in 1598 at Niewkoop, Nietherlands.1

     Gerritjen, married Kors Gerritszen on 28 September 1631 at Nieuwkoop, Netherlands.2

     Gerritjen, married Aert Symonszen on 18 December 1639 at Nieuwkoop, Holland.2

     Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart died in 1651, at Nieuwkoop, South Holland.1
Last Edited=3 Mar 2014

Children of Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart and Kors Gerritszen

Child of Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart and Aert Symonszen

Citations

  1. [S2] Ancestry.Com, online http://www.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc. This information needs further research.
  2. [S20] Various Inputs, "Searched Data", Ancestral File, Title: World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1
    Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
    Publication: Release date: August 22, 1996
    Note: Customer pedigree.
    Repository:
    Call Number:
    Media: Family Archive CD
    Page: Tree #0820
    Text: Date of Import: Dec 26, 1997.
  3. [S20] Various Inputs, "Searched Data", Ancestral File, Title: World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1
    Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
    Publication: Release date: August 22, 1996
    Note: Customer pedigree.
    Repository:
    Call Number:
    Media: Family Archive CD
    Page: Tree #0820.

Aert Symonszen1

M, b. 1619, d. 1652
     Aert Symonszen was born in 1619.1

     Aert, married Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart on 18 December 1639 at Nieuwkoop, Holland.2

     Aert Symonszen died in 1652.1
Last Edited=3 Mar 2014

Child of Aert Symonszen and Gerritjen Stoffels DeHart

Citations

  1. [S2] Ancestry.Com, online http://www.ancestry.com/, Ancestry.com. One World Tree (sm) [database online]. Provo, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc. This information needs further research.
  2. [S20] Various Inputs, "Searched Data", Ancestral File, Title: World Family Tree Vol. 5, Ed. 1
    Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
    Publication: Release date: August 22, 1996
    Note: Customer pedigree.
    Repository:
    Call Number:
    Media: Family Archive CD
    Page: Tree #0820
    Text: Date of Import: Dec 26, 1997.

Eleanor Honeyman1

F
Last Edited=27 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S165] A. Van Doren Honeyman, The Honeyman Family (Honeyman, Honyman, Hunneman, etc.) in Scotland and America, Page 117.

Jacob Bergen1

M
     Jacob, married Teuntje Van Dyke, daughter of Jan Van Dyke and Garrette Bergen, circa 1777.2

     Jacob Bergen and Teuntje Van Dyke lived circa 1778 on a farm and attended the Dutch Reformed Church at Six Mile Run.3
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Children of Jacob Bergen and Teuntje Van Dyke

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 217.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 217, marriage date is an estimate.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 217.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 218.

Catherine (?)1

F
Relationships
3rd great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Hendrickson.1

     Catherine, married Elias Hendrickson.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Catherine (?) and Elias Hendrickson

Citations

  1. [S10] Brooklyn Genealogy Info Page, online http://www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com/index.html, This information is from web site http://www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com/Death/Flatlands/6.html
  2. [S86] 1850 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Flatlands, Kings, New York. Sheet 23, line 30.

Merritje Teunise Denyce

F, b. 1644, d. 1690
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Merritje Teunise Denyce ID: I6111
Name: Merritje Teunise DENYCE
Sex: F
Birth: 1644 in ,New Amsterdam
Christening: 3 APR 1644 Dutch Ref. Ch.,New Amsterdam
Death: 1690 in Brooklyn,Kings County,New York
Note:
!PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these
entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org),
using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File
listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe
Seals family.

     Merritje Teunise Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born in 1644 at New Amsterdam.1 Merritje Teunise Denyce was christened on 3 April 1644 at North Branch Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, New Netherland.2

     Merritje Teunise Denyce died in 1690, at Brooklyn, Kings, New York.3
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File,
    Christening: 3 APR 1644 Dutch Ref. Ch.,New Amsterdam,New Netherland.
  3. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Femmetje Jans1

F, b. 1618, d. 13 December 1666
Relationships
8th great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Femmetje Jans, daughter of Jan Seales and Maria Roberts, was born in 1618 at Charleston, Devon, England.2

     Femmetje, married Theunis Nyssen, son of Nys De Nyce, on 11 February 1639/40 at New Amsterdam.2,3 As of 11 February 1639/40, her married name was Denyce.2

     Femmetje Jans died on 13 December 1666, at Flatbush, Kings, New York.
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Femmetje Jans and Denyse Nyssen

Children of Femmetje Jans and Theunis Nyssen

Citations

  1. [S230] John Van Zandt Cortelyou, Cortelyou Genealogy, Page 83; widow of Hendrick the Boor, (Reminiscences of New Utrecht, p. 124).
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !FATHER--BIRTH--MARRIAGE--SPOUSE--CHILDREN--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  3. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Name: Teunis Nyssen Denyce
    Gender: male
    Birth Place: Ne
    Birth Year: 1615
    Spouse Name: Femmetie Ja Fallix Seals
    Spouse
    Birth Place: of
    Spouse
    Birth Year: 1618
    Marriage Year: 1640
    Marriage State: NY Number Pages: 1.
  4. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File
    listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Hillegonda Teunissen Denyce

F, b. 1642, d. 1707
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Hillegonda Teunissen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born in 1642 at New Amsterdam.1

     Hillegonda Teunissen Denyce died in 1707.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce

F, b. 1642, d. 15 April 1693
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born in 1642 at Flatbush, New Amsterdam.1 As of circa 1650, her married name was Terhune.2

     Geertje, married Albert Albertsen Terhune jr circa 1650 at Flatbush, Kings, New York.2

     Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce died on 15 April 1693, at Flatlands, Kings, New York.3
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce and Albert Albertsen Terhune jr

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--SIBLINGS--DEATH--BURIAL: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--MARRIAGE--SPOUSE--DEATH--BURIAL--CEMETERY:
    Information for these entries was located at the LDS Church website
    (www.familysearch.org), using Geertje Denyse as the search name,
    under a Pedigree Resource File Individual Record of Geertje Teunise
    Nyssen Denyse.
  3. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, Burial: APR 1693 Church Yard,Dutch Ref. Ch.,Flatlands,New York.

Albert Albertsen Terhune jr

M, b. 1618, d. 1685
     Albert Albertsen Terhune jr !SPOUSE--CHILDREN--OCCUPATION--RESIDENCES--DEATH: Information for
these entries was located in EARLY SETTLERS OF KINGS COUNTY, LONG
ISLAND, N.Y., 1881, by Teunis G. Bergen, page 298 (on line, Cornell U.
Library). Albert is shown as a ribbon weaver, with wife, Geertje,
residing in New Amsterdam, Flatlands, and obtaining a patent for land in
New Jersey.
     Albert Albertsen Terhune jr was born in 1618 at Hunen, Gelderland, Netherlands.

     Albert, married Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, circa 1650 at Flatbush, Kings, New York.1

     Albert Albertsen Terhune jr died in 1685, at Flatlands, Kings, New York.2
Last Edited=4 Mar 2014

Family: Albert Albertsen Terhune jr and Geertje Teunice Nyssen Denyce

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--MARRIAGE--SPOUSE--DEATH--BURIAL--CEMETERY:
    Information for these entries was located at the LDS Church website
    (www.familysearch.org), using Geertje Denyse as the search name,
    under a Pedigree Resource File Individual Record of Geertje Teunise
    Nyssen Denyse.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, Burial: APR 1685 Church Yard,Dutch Ref. Ch.,Flatlands,New York.

Teunis Denyce

M, b. 12 April 1654, d. 1703
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Teunis Denyce, son of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born on 12 April 1654 at Bayridge, New Amsterdam, New Netherland.1 Teunis Denyce was christened on 16 April 1654 at Dutch Ref. Church, New Amsterdam, New Netherland.2

     Teunis Denyce died in 1703, at The Narrows, Kings, New York.3
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, Christening: 16 APR 1654 Dutch Ref. Ch.,New Amsterdam,New Netherland.
  3. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Annetje Teunise Nyssen Denyce

F, b. 1646
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Annetje Teunise Nyssen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born in 1646 at New Amsterdam, New Neatherland.1 Annetje Teunise Nyssen Denyce was christened on 18 February 1646.2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Family Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, Christening: 18 FEB 1646 Dutch Ref. Ch.,,New Amsterdam,New Netherland.
    !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a
    Family Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Elsje Teunis Nyssen Denyce

F, b. before 10 May 1648, d. 1694
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Elsje Teunis Nyssen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born before 10 May 1648 at New Amsterdam.1 Elsje Teunis Nyssen Denyce was christened on 10 May 1648.1

     Elsje Teunis Nyssen Denyce died in 1694, at New Lotts, Kings, New York.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.

Femmetje Teunis Nyssen Denyce

F, b. 3 April 1650, d. after 1715
Relationships
7th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Femmetje Teunis Nyssen Denyce, daughter of Theunis Nyssen and Femmetje Jans, was born before 3 April 1650 at New Amsterdam.1 Femmetje Teunis Nyssen Denyce was christened on 3 April 1650.2

     Femmetje Teunis Nyssen Denyce died after 1715.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, !PARENTS--BIRTH--BAPTISM--SIBLINGS--DEATH: Information for these entries was located on the LDS Church website (www.familysearch.org), using Teunis Nyssen Denyce as the search name, under an Ancestral File listing of a Famiy Group Record of the Teunis Nyssen Denyce/Phoebe Seals family.
  2. [S19] Various Individual Inputs, "Searched Families", Ancestral File, Christening: 3 APR 1650 Dutch Ref. Ch.,New Amsterdam.
 
Compiler: John W. Van Dyke: John and Dianne Van Dyke