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Albert Andriessen Bradt (1607 - 1686)

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Albert Andriessen Bradt aka Andriess, Andriesz, Bratt, de Noorman
Born in Fredrikstad, Norwaymap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederlandmap
Husband of — married in New Netherlandmap
Husband of — married (to ) in Albany, Province of New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Albany, Albany County, Province of New Yorkmap
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Biography

Albert Andriesz Bradt is thought to have been born in Frederikstad, Norway.[1][2] No record of his baptism has been found in Norway. Early records for him call him Albert Andriess or Andriesz, and in some cases add the appellation "de Noorman," indicating his origin in Norway. His signature on his marriage record (in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands) gives his name as Albert Andriessen. The surname "Bratt" or "Bradt" was applied to the family later.


On Aug. 26 1636 in Amsterdam he joined Pieter Cornelisz from Munnickendam and Claes Jansz from Naerden in an agreement with the patroon for the erection of a mill in the colony. In this agreement he is given as tobacco planter, 29 years of age. He sailed with his wife Annetje Barents on the Rensselaerswyck, Oct. 8, 1636 [3] and appears first in the colony under date of April 17, 1637.

Soon after his arrival he left Pieter Cornelisz and established himself as a tobacco planter.

Patroon and Settlment namesake Kiliaen van Rensselear wrote back to Albert, unhappy with his Accvounting methods and his refusal to go through proper channels of submision of said accounts to his _______ Arent van Curler June 25, 1640[4]

From May 4, 1652, to May 4, 1672, he is charged with an annual rent of f250 for two mills and land on the Normans Kill.

Annetje Barents died before June 5, 1662, leaving him eight children of whom the third was born on the Rensselaerswyck during a storm and named Storm van der Zee. Albert Andriesz married the second time Geertruy Pietersz Vosburg.

Albert and his son Storm were named in the list of those to attend the funeral of Jeremiah Van Rensselaer in 1874[5]

He is said to have died June 7, 1686." [6]

Birth

ABT 1604
26 AUG 1607 Fredrikstad, Smaalenenes, Now Ostfold, Norway

Emigration

04 MAR 1637 New Amsterdam, could not proceed up river as it was iced in yet
Emigrant left Netherlands 8 October 1636 from Amsterdam to Rensselaerwyck, New Netherland with husband and 2 children on the Wapen Van Rensselaerwijck. Arrived at Rensselaerwyck 17 April 1637[7]

Marriage

Albert and Annetie were both 24 years old when they married on 27 Mar 1632 at the Oude Kerk (Old Church), Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His occupation is given as sailor and he is assisted by Lourens Pieters his uncle. Annetje Barents is assisted by her mother Geesje Barents [8][9][10]
Some time after Annatje died (6 June 1662), Albert was married to Pietertie / Pietertje Jans. She died by January 1667. New Amsterdam court minutes for 29 January 1666/7 report that Pietertie (elsewhere called Pieterje) Jansen, "wife of Albert the Noorman, residing at Albania," had died in New Amsterdam, and give direction for the disposition of her goods to be sold in order to pay off her creditors. Johannes DeWit and Lodowyk Post were made curators of her estate. [11] On 5 February 1666/7, Symon Jansen Romeyn appeared on behalf of Ebert Benningh, son-in-law of Pietertie Jansen, late wife of Albert the Noorman, to request that goods in Pietertie's possession that belonged to Benningh should be returned to him. The court directed that the goods be sold, and the proceeds of the sale should be provided to Benningh.[12]
Albert subsequently married Geetrury Pieterse Coeymans - but on 24 Oct 1670, the governor gave an order for the separation of Albert Andriese and Geertruy Vosburgh because "strife and difference hath arisen between them. His children were all by his first wife." [13] Albert had wanted an annulment but instead they were granted a divorce.[14] He was ordered to offer support to her in the payment of 80 schepels of apples yearly, but avoided the payment by letting said apples rot on the ground under the trees.[15]

Children

Albert and Annatje had at least eight children:
  1. Eva Albertse Bradt, baptised 9 Jan 1633 in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands;
  2. Barent Albertsen Bradt, bapt. 22 Oct 1634 at Lutheran Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands;
  3. Storm van der Zee Albertsen Bradt, bapt. 2 Nov 1636;
  4. Engeltje Albertse Bradt, b. 1637 in Beverwyck, Rensselaerswyck, Nieuw Nederland (now Albany, Albany, NY);
  5. Gisseltje Albertse Bradt, b. 1640 in Beverwyck, Rensselaerswyck, Nieuw Nederland (now Albany, Albany, NY);
  6. Andries Albertsen Bradt, b. 1642;
  7. Jan Albertsen Bradt, b. 1648;
  8. Dirck Albertsen Bradt, b, 1650.

Death

07 JUN 1686 Albany, Province of New York

Burial

JUN 1686 Colonie, Rensselarwych, Albany, New York

Legacy

Besides the many descendants we have Normanskill - a 45+ mile creek with a reservoir near Guilderland named for Albert.[16]

Research notes

Albert Andriessen Bradt, son of Andries Arentsen Bradt and Aefie (Eva), is thought to have been born on 26 Aug 1607 in Fredrikstad, Smaalenenes (now Ostfold, Norway), where Dutch merchants had established themselves. Albert was known as "De Noorman", which means "The Norwegian". Albert wed first Annatje Barentse van Rotmers (of Holmer, Norway?) on 11 Apr 1632 in the Old Saint Nicholas Church (Oude Kerk), Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands. Their first two children were born and baptised in Amsterdam. They emigrated on the ship "Arms of Rensselaerswyck" which had a particularly long voyage, beginning at Amsterdam 25 Sep 1636, sailing from Texel on 8 Oct 1636, and not arriving in Rensselaerwyck, Nieuw Nederland (now NY) until 7 Apr 1637. With them traveled Albert's brother Arent Andriessen.
He was married to Geertruy(t) Pieterse Coeymans as his third wife.
Albert Andriessen "De Noorman" Bradt died on 7 Jun 1686 near Albany, Albany, NY.
(Nota Bene: "Pietertie" is the North-Hollands dialectual form of the standard Dutch "Pietertje". "Gertruyd" is now the standard spelling, but it is pronounced like "Gertruyt" with a final "t". "Gertruy" is merely a shortened dialectual form of both. BdFM)
Note: Modern Albany was founded as the Dutch trading posts of Fort Nassau (New Netherland) and Fort Orange in 1624. The fur trade brought in a population that settled around Fort Orange and founded a village called Beverwijck. The English took over and renamed the city Albany in 1664. - BdFM

Albert Andriessen Bradt's father

All we really know about this ancestor, is that his christian name was Andries, based upon the fact that his two sons bore the patronymic "Andriessen" (son of Andrew). We do not know Andries' own patronymic, and he most likely never had a surname at all. ANDRIES, then, would be this forefather's Dutch christian name - "Anders" in Norwegian -, both meaning "Andrew" in English. BRADT is the surname that his two sons began using a quarter of a century after their arrival in the Dutch colony Nieuw Nederland (now New York). The use of the Bradt surname for their father Andries is therefore anachronistic. ARENTSEN, also spelt ARENTSE, ARENTS, ARENTSZ, is widley held to be this man's patronymic, though there are no known sources to substantiate this claim. The patronymic was used in the Netherlands itself by most countryfolk in stead of the surname up till the reign of Napoleon Lodewijk in the nineteenth century. It was used in 17th century Nieuw Nederland as well, and up till the nineteenth century in Dutch areas of New York, often with the christian name only, often in combination with the christian name and surname. Earlier on, the women had their own form of the patronymic ending in "-dochter", meaning "daughter". The patronymic was also used instead of the surname in Scandinavia, well into the nineteenth century. In Iceland people even today bear the corresponding male or female patronymic only, having no surnames whatsoever. The type of patronmyc that became popular amongst the Dutch, having the ending -sen, -se, -s, or -sz, was itself a shortening of the original, longer male patronymic ending in -szoon. Thus ARENTSZOON, meaning ARENT'S SON, from which ARENTSEN, ARENTSE, ARENTS and ARENTSZ all derive. BdFM

Albert Andriessen Bradt's mother

Aefie (Aeffie, Aafje, Eva) was supposedly born in 1584 in Frederikstad, Smaalenenes (later known as Ostfold, Norway). Aeffie was wed to Andries Arentsen Bradt / Bratt before 1607. The patronymic "Pieterse" and the surname "Kinetis", often attributed to her, are false. Aefie and Andries had at least two sons: Albert Andriessen Bradt, born in 1607 in Frederikstad, died 1686 near Albany, NY; and Arent Andriessen Bradt, born in 1618 in Frederikstad, died in 1662 in Beverwyck, Nieuw Nederland (now Albany, NY). Aeffie herself might have died at Beverwyck, Nieuw Nederland (New Netherland), which did not become Albany, New York until 1664 when the British captured and renamed it. But it is much more likely that Aefie (Eva) and her husband Andries (Anders?), parents of Albert and Arent, never left Europe. In reality, nothing is known of this woman at all, except that her given name was very likely Aefie (Eva), as that is the name that both Albert and Arent gave their eldest daughters. But the patronymic Pieterse, and the surname Kinetis, and all dates attributed to her, (as well as her supposedly having been a Mohawk Princess !) are sheer invention, and have been debunked by Cynthia Brott Biasca in her article <Jacques Hertel and the Indian Princess> in the New York Biographical and Genealogical Record, Vol. 128, number 2, pp. 91-97. https://familysearch.org/photos/stories/1574886 En fin, one can safely presume that Aefie's husband, the father of Albert and Arent Andriessen Bradt, was indeed called "Andries" (or "Anders" - the Norwegian equivalent thereof), as both sons bore Andriessen as their patronymic. The surname Bradt seems not have been in use till a quarter of a century after the two brothers had settled in the Dutch colony Nieuw Nederland, now New York. The maiden name of Eva/Aefie is unknown: it was not Kinetis. I have removed the surname KINETIS from my own gedcom files. 28 Feb 2015 - BdFM

Sources

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  1. Jacobus, Donald Lines. Bradt of Bratt of Albany and New York, N.Y. The American Genealogist: Volume 24 (1948), pages 231-241.
  2. Clarke, Robert Gordon. Andries <Arent> Bradt. 28 November 2014. Early New Netherland Settlers website, rootsweb.com. Citing: Jacobus (1948) and Olive Tree Genealogy, by Lorine M Schulze www.olivetreegenealogy.com, Record: January 1936 page 4, RootsWeb: WorldConnect: Anderson Estes Family by Otis Anderson, History of the Swartwout Family, by Carl N Van Auken, 1995. page 1 of 10, Ackerman-Carhart and Related Families, by Bruce E Ackerman, 1991. 929.273 Ac57ab page 20. Descendants of Albert and Arent Andriessen Bradt', by Cynthia B Biasca 929.273 B729bc page 4.
  3. on 26 Aug. 1636, the following contract was signed at Amsterdam, Netherlands:
    "In the name of the Lord, Amen. On conditions hereafter specified, we, Pieter Cornelissen van munnickendam, millwright, 43 years of age, Claesz jans van naerden, 33 years of age, house carpenter, and albert andriessen van fredrickstadt, 29 years of age, tobacco planter, have agreed among ourselves, first to sail in God's name to New Netherland in the small vessel which now lies ready and to betake ourselves to the colony of Rensselaerswyck for the purpose of settling there on the following conditions made with Mr. Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, as patroon of the said colony, etc.
    Thus done and passed in good faith, under pledge of our persons and property subject to all courts and justices for the fulfillment of what is aforewritten, at Amsterdam, this 26th of August 1636.
    In witness whereof we have signed these with our own hands in the presence of the undersigned notary public . . . .
    Killiaen Van Rensselaer
    Pieter Cornelissen
    albert andriessen
    Claes Jansen
    J.Vande Ven, Notary."
  4. van Rensselaer, Kiliaen. New York State Library: Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts Being the Letters of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 1630-1643, and Other Documents Relating to the Colony of Rensselaerswyck. Transl. and Ed. by A. J. F. Van Laer.. Albany, 1908. p. 500-501
  5. Schermerhorn, Jr., Richard. "An Early Colonial Manuscript and Biographical Notes Thereon: List of Those Who Are Invited to the Interment, Bearing Mourning, of the Corpse of Mr. Jeremiah Van Rensselaer..." In The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 237-238. 3rd ed. Vol. 48. New York, N.Y.: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1917.
  6. van Rensselaer, Kiliaen. New York State Library: Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts Being the Letters of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, 1630-1643, and Other Documents Relating to the Colony of Rensselaerswyck. Transl. and Ed. by A. J. F. Van Laer.. Albany, 1908. p. 809-810
  7. Source: #S525 Cites: Record, July 1987, p. 130; The American Genealogist, Volume 24, 1949, p. 231; Settlers of Rensselaerwyck, by A J F Van Laer, 1908, p. 10; Olive Tree Genealogy, by Lorine M Schulze, www.olivetreegenealogy.com; Ackerman-Carhart and Related Families, by Bruce E. Ackerman, 1991, 929.273 Ac57ab, p. 20; Descendants of Albert and Arent Andriessen Bradt, by Cynthia B Biasca, 929.273 B729bc, p. 1.
  8. 8.0 8.1
    inschrijvingsdatum27-03-1632registration date
    naam bruidegomAndriess, Albertname bridegroom
    naam bruidBaerents, Annetjename bride
    bronverwijzingDTB 438, p.289source reference
    opmerkingenHuwelijksintekeningen van de KERK.notes
    • Image: "Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province, Church Records, 1523-1948," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1961-31158-17798-26?cc=2037985 : accessed 9 October 2015), Nederlands Hervormde > Amsterdam > Huwelijksaangiften, Trouwen 1630-1632 > image 441 of 602; Nederlands Rijksarchiefdienst, Den Haag (NethVan erlands National Archives, The Hague). Right page, bottom entry.
  9. Source: #S525 Cites: Record, July 1987, p. 130; The American Genealogist, Volume 24, 1949, p. 231; Settlers of Rensselaerwyck, by A J F Van Laer, 1908, p. 10; Olive Tree Genealogy, by Lorine M Schulze, www.olivetreegenealogy.com; Ackerman-Carhart and Related Families, by Bruce E. Ackerman, 1991, 929.273 Ac57ab, p. 20; Descendants of Albert and Arent Andriessen Bradt, by Cynthia B Biasca, 929.273 B729bc, p. 1.
  10. Source: #S431: Kip/Kipp Family of New Amsterdam: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=edwkipp8&id=I2531, Journey to a New Land: The Bradt Family in History, Joan Bradt Wood, 1999. Oakville, (Canada: Private publication, M & T Printing Group, Kitchener, Ontario)
  11. Fernow, Berthold. The Records of New Amsterdam From 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini (The Knickerbocker Press, 1897) page 56.
  12. Fernow, Berthold. The Records of New Amsterdam From 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini (The Knickerbocker Press, 1897) page 57.
  13. Brouwer genealogy Database:https://sites.rootsweb.com/~brouwergenealogydata/p35.htm#i134097 accessed Sept 30, 2018 Which Cites: John Reynolds Totten, "Editorial Iconoclastiana", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 65, pp.13-30, 122-131 (1934): 65:129.
  14. Jacobus, Donald Lines. The American Genealogist, Volume 24 (1948), page 232.
  15. Wardell, Patricia A. "Early Bergen County Families", Genealogical Society of Bergen County website, njgsbc.org. Accessed 6 July 2016. "V: Van der Zee, Storm." http://njgsbc.org/files/BCFamilies/BCFam-V.pdf
  16. Some number of facts about the Normanskill posted Apr 23, 2015. All Over Albany website: http://alloveralbany.com/archive/2015/04/23/many-facts-and-bits-about-the-normanskill.
  • Biasca, Cynthia Brott. Descendants of Albert and Arent Andriessen Bradt, Henington Publishing Company, Wolfe City, Texas, 1990
  • Bielinski, Stefan. "The People of Colonial Albany." nysm.nysed.gov/albany. Accessed July 09, 2015. http://exhibitions.nysm.nysed.gov//albany/bios/b/albanbradt4180.html
  • Wikipedia contributors, "Albert Andriessen Bradt," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Albert_Andriessen_Bradt&oldid=788185822 (accessed October 28, 2017).
  • Clarke, Robert Gordon. Andries <Arent> Bradt. 28 November 2014. Early New Netherland Settlers website, rootsweb.com.
  • Evjen, John O. Scandinavian Immigrants in New York, 1630-1674: With Appendices on Scandinavians in Mexico and South America, 1532-1640, Scandinavians in Canada, 1619-1620, Some Scandinavians in New York in the Eighteenth Century, German Immigrants in New York, 1630-1674. 1916. p. 19-30
  • Vrooman, John J., Forts and Firesides of the Mohawk Country (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Elijah Ellsworth Brownell, 1943)
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines. Bradt of Bratt of Albany and New York, N.Y. The American Genealogist: Volume 24 (1948), pages 231-241.
  • Ancestry Family Trees. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. URL: https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/tree/21920874/family
  • GEDCOM file imported on 2 Oct 2001.
  • The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998). Family History Library Address: 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Ancestral File Number: 11QK-HBC
  • Archief van de Burgerlijke Stand: doop-, trouw- en begraafboeken van Amsterdam Note 1: Extracts of the archives of baptism, marriage and burial are also on-line at https://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/overzicht/5001.nl.html Note 2: In this baptismal record, Albert Andriessen is shown as the father of Barent, the child baptised. No surname is provided. Note 3: Amongst the Baptismal records of 17th century Amsterdam the surname Bradt, Bratt, Brat is present. However our Albert Andriessen is not yet recorded as using that surname. In the 17th century and later church registers the surname is spelt Bradt, Bratt and Brat. The spelling of proper names was not fixed yet. The pronunciation of all three spellings is identical.
  • Miner Descent - Albert Andriessen Bradt [on-line] http://minerdescent.com/2010/08/17/albert-andriessen-bradt/ Text: "Albert Andriessen BRADT (b. 1607, d. 1686) was one of the earliest Norwegian settlers in New Netherland. Albert Andriese Bradt was born 26 August 1607 in Fredrikstad, Smaalenenes (now in Østfold , Norway) a town at the mouth of the Glommen, the largest river in Norway. Fredrikstad was a brand new city when Albert was born. After Sarpsborg was burned to the ground during the Northern Seven Years War the ruling king, King Frederik II, of Denmark, decided by to rebuild the city 15 kilometers south of the original location. The name Fredrikstad was first used in a letter from the King dated 6 February 1569. The temporary fortification built during the Hannibal War (1644,1645) became permanent in the 1660s. In the early records he is often called Albert de Noorman (the Norwegian). After 1670 he became known as Albert Andriesz Bradt. His parents were Andries Arentse BRADT and Aeffie Eva Pieterse KINETIS. Whether he was related to the Bratts of Norwegian nobility, can not be ascertained. The Bratt family lived in Bergen, Norway, before the early part of the fifteenth century, when it moved to the northern part of Gudbrandsdalen. It had a coat of arms until about the middle of the sixteenth century. Since that time the Bratts belong to the Norwegian peasantry. They have a number of large farms in Gudbrandsdalen, Hedemarken, Toten, and Land. Albert was listed as a 24 year old sailor when he married Annatje Barentse VAN ROTMERS on 11 Apr 1632 at the Oude Kerke, Amsterdam, Netherlands. They emigrated on the Arms of Rensselaerswyck which had a particularly long voyage, beginning at Amsterdam 25 Sep 1636, sailing from Texel on 8 Oct 1636, and not arriving in Rensselaerwyck (Albany NY) until 7 Apr 1637. After Annatje died, he married Pieterje Jans. Pieterje died in 1667 and he married third Geertruy Pieterse Coeymans. Albert died 7 Jun 1686 near Albany, NY."- BdFM
  • Miner Descent - Albert Andriessen Bradt Text: Rensselaerswyck. "The name of Albert Andriessen occurs for the first time in a document bearing the date August 26, 1636, an agreement between him and millwright Pieter Cornelisen and carpenter Claes Jansen on the one hand, and the patroon of the colony of Rensselaerswyck , Kiliaen van Rensselaer , on the other to build and operate a saw mill. The agreement was made and signed in Amsterdam. It states that Andriessen was a tobacco planter. He may have learnt the cultivating of tobacco in Holland, where tobacco was raised as early as 1616." Text: "In the name of the Lord, Amen. On conditions hereafter specified, we, Pieter Cornelissen van munnickendam, millwright, 43 years of age, Claesz jans van naerden, 33 years of age, house carpenter, and albert andriessen van fredrickstadt, 29 years of age, tobacco planter, have agreed among ourselves, first, to sail in Gods name to New Netherland in the small vessel which now lies ready and to betake ourselves to the colony of Rensselaerswyck for the purpose of settling there on the following conditions made with Mr. Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, as patroon of the said colony, etc. Thus done and passed, in good faith, under pledge of our persons and property subject to all courts and justices for the fulfillment of what is aforewritten, at Amsterdam, this 26th of August [1636]." "In witness whereof we have signed these with our own hands in the presence of the undersigned notary public ..." "Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, Pieter Cornelissen, Albert Andriessen . . -. Claes Jansen. J. Vande Ven, Notary." - BdFM
  • Miner Descent - Albert Andriessen Bradt. Text: "After wife Annetje Barentse Van Rotmers died in 1661, widower Albert Andriesen Bradt sold the New Amsterdam property and lived at Normans Kill. He created a document dated 03 June 1662 whereby he paid all of his children for their shares in all of their mothers estate: Eva (Roeloff) Swartwout, Barent Albertsen, Storm Albertsen, Engeltje (Teunis) Slingerlandt, Gisseltje (Jan) Van Echelen, Andries Albertsen (minor), Jan Albertsen (minor), and Dirck Albertsen (minor)." - BdFM
  • Munsell, F., and Hughes, T. Patrick. (18871899). American ancestry: giving name and descent, in the male line, of Americans whose ancestors settled in the United States previous to the Declaration of Independence, A. D. 1776. Albany, N. Y.: Munsell. p. 9

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Marriage Albert Andriess and Annetie Baerents, 27 March 1632 Amsterdam
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On 27 Jan 2018 at 12:05 GMT Navarro Mariott wrote:

Source: ijan tiepks Schellinger Log of the Ship Rensselaerswyck... Sept.25, 1636 -- Nov 7, 1637 in VAN RENSSELAER BOWIER MANUSCRIPTS, ed. by A. J.F. van Laer; 1908; p 369

On 17 Apr 2015 at 22:04 GMT Steven Mix wrote:

Bradt-242 and Bradt-2 appear to represent the same person because: This newly created duplicate needs to be merged into the NNS PPP. No tree conflicts. Thanks!

On 19 Apr 2014 at 02:47 GMT Timothy Wilder wrote:

For a copy of the marriage registration of Albert and Annetie see: http://www.bradtfamilysocie.pages.qpg.com/id38.html

On 12 Jun 2013 at 17:12 GMT Martyn Grifhorst wrote:

Hi Chris,

we are currently working on a special project "New Netherland Settlers" and I got a match with your profile on one of the passengers of the 'Rensselaerswyck'. I have added the project badge and category to the profile.

If you'd like to know more about the project or would like to help, please check out our project's page on http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:New_Netherland_Settlers

Sincerely, Martyn Grifhorst



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