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||Johann Albertus Beem was a Palatine Migrant.|
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Albert Beem and Margrietjen Beeshaaren were "confirmed in the state of matrimony" in Kingston, New York, on 23 August 1721. According to the records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, they were both born in Hoog-duytsland (Germany) and were residing "under the jurisdiction of" Kingstown. They registered their marriage banns on 13 August and on 23 August were "confirmed in the state of matrimony, being accompanied by a child of which they were the parents." 
Their daughter Marytjen was baptized in the Kingston church on 27 August 1721. Her parents' names were recorded as Albert Beem and Margrietjen Beesharen. Witnesses were Jan Oet and Hillegonda Slegtenaar. 
Their daughter Magdalena was baptized at Kingston on 13 January 1723. Her parents' names were recorded as Albertus Beem and Margrietjen Peeshaar. Witnesses were Jurian Beem and Madalena Peeshaar. 
Their daughter Christina was baptized at Kingston on 24 January 1725. Her parent's names were recorded as Albert Beem and Grietjen Beeshaar. Witnesses were Willem Bolk and Christina Beeshaar.
Albert witnessed the baptisms of his nephew, Albert ; Margrietjen Klerk ; Albertus Sluyter ; his granddaughter, Margriet Teerpenning ; his grandaughter, Margriet Dijo ; and Margrieta Bromli .
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Johann Albertus is 18 degrees from Elinor Glyn, 20 degrees from Frances Weidman and 16 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.