Can you help clarify what appears to be a conflated profile?

+2 votes
Philp Philipsz who is married to Elizabeth Gansevort with four cited children; Sander (1686), Jacob (1693), Jacob (1697) and Claes (1700) does not appear to be the same as the Philip who married Maria Sparks.

The son Frederick, the parents, and the siblings go with the Philip who married Maria Sparks.

The children Maritje and Harmen have no citations that connect them to parents.

Any help with this issue that was pointed out by one of our fellow contributors would be great.
WikiTree profile: Philip Philipsz
in Genealogy Help by James Applegate G2G6 Mach 5 (54.3k points)
edited by James Applegate
The profile for Philip Philipse was conflated. I have [finally] separated the two profiles. The Philip who lived in Schenectady and married Elisabeth Gansevoort is not the same person as the Philip who was son of Frederick Philipse and married Maria Sparks in Barbados.

1 Answer

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Harmen and Maritje likely go with Philip and Elizabeth.   There's a baptismal record in Schenectady for Harmen in Holland Society of New York; New York, New York; Schenectady Baptisms, Vol 1, Book 41 that comes up in a search on Ancestry.    Maritje married Jacobus Cromwell in Schenectady, and one of their children married one of Harmen's kids.

by Kevin Nauta G2G1 (1.3k points)

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