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Cornelis Jochems Andriesen (bef. 1670 - 1724)

Cornelis Jochems (Kornelis) "Cornelius" Andriesen aka Anderson, Andriessen, Andrieszen
Born before in New York, Province of New Yorkmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 18 Mar 1689 in Newtown, Suffolk Co., Long Island, New York Colonymap
Descendants descendants
Died in Hopewell, Hunterdon, Province of New Jerseymap
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Biography

Corneli(u)s was the son of Jochem Andrieszen, who was originally from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, and his wife, Emmetje Jans.
He was baptized on Sep 26, 1670 at the New York City in the Reformed Dutch Church.[1]


He married Annetje Opdyck Mar 18, 1689 in Hopewell Twp. They had eight children: Eliakim, John, Abraham, Cornelius in 1698, Rebecca in 1700, Bartholomew in 1706, Andrew about 1710 and Fransinah about 1714. The birth years of the other three are unknown.

Cornelius had a mill near a school-house and was a tax-collector in Hopewell Twp. He was also one of the founders of the First Presbyterian Church in Trenton Twp, later Ewing Twp., Hunterdon Co. (Mercer Co. in 1838).
According to Pat Wardell's notes on Enoch Andrieszen, in 1698 Cornelius, Enoch, and Joshua Anderson were made Trustees, along with Johannes and Lawrence Opdyck, for the 100-acre lot set out in Maidenhead Township for church,school and burial purposes. In 1709 Cornelius and his brother Enoch were trustees of the church lot at Ewing. In 1710 they were made Trustees, with Lawrence and Albertus Opdyck, and Joshua Anderson, for the Lawrenceville church plot.[2]
Cornelius died intestate, and letters of administration regarding his estate were filed in Hunterdon Co. on May 25, 1724. (Mercer Co. was carved from Hunterdon Co. in 1838.)

Baptism-Birth

  1. 26 Sept 1670: Father: Jochem Andrieszen
    child: Cornelis witn.: Charsten Luursen, Celitje Jans [3]

Birth

Birth: Name: Cornelius Anderson Spouse: Annetje Opdyck Parents: Joachim Andrieszen, Emmeetje Amy Andrieszen Jans Jans Birth Place: Elizabethtown, NJ Birth Date: 1670 Marriage Place: Newtown, Queens County, NY Marriage Date: 1690 Death Place: Hopewe
Date: 26 Sep 1670 Place: Elizabethtown, New Jersey

Marriage

Husband: Cornelius Anderson
Wife: Annetje Catherine Opdyke
1690 Newtown, Queens County, New York

Death

13 May 1724 Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey

Sources

  1. Long Island Genealogy http://longislandgenealogy.com/baptisms/baps.html
  2. Wardell, Patricia A. "Early Bergen County Families", Genealogical Society of Bergen County website, njgsbc.org. BCFam-Andries.pdf, page 11.
  3. Source: Mr. Jumbo's Genealogy- Interesting Baptisms from New Amsterdam, 1639-1730 New Amsterdam, 1639-1730
  • Opdyke, Charles Wilson. The Op Dyck genealogy, containing the Opdyck--Opdycke--Updyke--Updike American descendents of the Wesel and Holland families. Albany, N. Y., Printed for Charles W. Opdyke, Leonard E. Opdycke and William S. Opdyke, by Weed, Parsons & Co. 1889. page 184.
  • "Pennsylvania Births and Christenings, 1709-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2VV-N3G : 9 December 2014), Kornelis Andriesen in entry for Andries Andriesen, 06 Jun 1710; Christening, citing REFORMED NETHER DUTCH CHURCH,SOUTHAMPTON,BUCKS,PENNSYLVANIA; FHL microfilm 20,338.
  • "Pennsylvania Births and Christenings, 1709-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2VV-GY9 : 9 December 2014), Kornelis Andriesen in entry for Abraham Andriesen, 06 Jun 1710; Christening, citing REFORMED NETHER DUTCH CHURCH,SOUTHAMPTON,BUCKS,PENNSYLVANIA; FHL microfilm 20,338.
  • "Pennsylvania Births and Christenings, 1709-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2VK-9CX : 9 December 2014), Kornelis Andriesen in entry for Bartholomeus Andriesen, 06 Jun 1710; Christening, citing REFORMED NETHER DUTCH CHURCH,SOUTHAMPTON,BUCKS,PENNSYLVANIA; FHL microfilm 20,338.
  • "Pennsylvania Births and Christenings, 1709-1950," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V2V2-HCK : 9 December 2014), Kornelis Andriesen in entry for Rebecka Andriesen, 06 Jun 1710; Christening, citing REFORMED NETHER DUTCH CHURCH,SOUTHAMPTON,BUCKS,PENNSYLVANIA; FHL microfilm 20,338.
  • Source: S-2133652518 Repository: #R-2146807128 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Page: Ancestry Family Trees Note: Data: Text: Ancestry 534 Repository:R-2146807128
  • Source: S-2133655805 Repository: #R-2146807128 Title: Family Data Collection - Individual Records Author: Edmund West, comp. Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Note: APID: 1,4725::0

Acknowledgements

  • WikiTree profile Anderson-4283 created through the import of Donnell_FosterTREE gedFILE.ged on Oct 2, 2011 by Ann Fuller.
  • WikiTree profile Anderson-3399 created through the import of export.ged on Jul 19, 2011 by Chérie Woodlief.

Research notes

LNAB

Cornelis was born in 1670, before surnames were enforced. At Cornelis' baptism his father is recorded with the surname "Andrieszen" which was probably Jochem's patronymic. Cornelis took his father's patronymic as a surname but it changed over time. Andriesen is the surname recorded for him in church records. Quackenbush-118 17:25, 27 March 2017 (EDT)


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I see in your research notes that you took things from trees at ancestry ... Heads up ... I hope you didn't take from mine because I accidentally merged the 2 Annetje Opdyck and gave all the children to Kornelis / Cornelius Jochems Andriesen Sr. and this part of my family tree is most definitely a work in progress. I can't get myself to bite the bullet and disconnect all children and the merged wife to start over re-connecting them. Maybe I will do the disconnect today. Kornelis is most likely my 7th great-grandfather through Susanna/Susannah Baker Anderson Vannoy. What I have may turn out to be far from fact. Wish I could help but I don't have the time.

Also ... In the bio ... I think Province of NJ should be added as part of the marriage location to show that he left NY.

posted by Karen Wendell
Cornelius was the son of Joachim Andrieszen, who was originally from Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, and his wife, Emmetje Jans Andrieszen.

He was baptized on Sep. 26, 1670 at the New York City Dutch Church. He married Annetje Opdyck in 1690 in Hopewell Twp. They had eight children: Eliakim in 1690, John, Abraham, Cornelius in 1698, Rebecca in 1700, Bartholomew in 1706, Andrew about 1710 and Fransinah about 1714. The birthyears of the other two are unknown. Cornelius had a mill near a school-house and was a tax-collector in Hopewell Twp. He was also one of the founders of the First Presbyterian Church in Ewing Twp., Mercer Co. He died intestate, and letters of administration regarding his estate were filed in Hunterdon Co. on May 25, 1724. (Mercer Co. was carved from Hunterdon Co. in 1838.) It is assumed, but not confirmed, that Cornelius was buried in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing Cemetery. He was a trustee of the church, and lived nearby for the rest of his life.. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49076126&ref=acom

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