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Jannetjen Thomas Ennis (1695)

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Jannetjen Thomas (Jannetjen) Ennis
Born in Marbletown, Ulster Co., NYmap
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified 11 Apr 2019 | Created 9 Mar 2010
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Jannetjen Ennis was a New Netherland Descendant 1674-1776.
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Biography

Jannetjen Annis aka. Jannetjen Ennis

Birth

Jannetjen (Annis|Ennis) was baptized on Sep 29, 1695, at Marbletown, Baptism was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York; sponsors were: Henrick Boogerssen, Jannetje Mertissen[1].

Parents

  • Father: Thomas Annis|Ennis
  • Mother: Jannetje Francois

Siblings

  • Jannetje Ennis SELF, bp. Sep 29 1695, in Marbletown, Baptism was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York; sponsors were: Henrick Boogerssen, Jannetje Mertissen[2] :Note: Jannetie was said to have died (no qualification)[3] It is possible that she died before the birth of William Ennis'es daughter Jannetje was born. William Ennis and Cornelia Viervant had a daughter Jannetje bp. 1703.
  • Rachel Annis, was bp. on Jan 09, 1698 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York; sponsors were: Lucas De Witt, Antje Tilba [4]
  • Helena Ennis, bp. Mar 03, 1700 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York; sponsors were: Jan Post, Cornelia Martensen [5]

Sources

  1. KRDC Baptism Record: 1695 Sep 29; Thomas Ennis, Jannetje Francois; Jannetje; Henrick Boogerssen, Jannetje Mertissen
  2. KRDC Bapt. Record: 1695 Sep 29; Thomas Ennis, Jannetje Francois; Jannetje; Henrick Boogerssen, Jannetje Mertissen
  3. Ennes/Ennis/Ennest/Lemkau family genealogy
  4. KRDC Bapt. Record: 1698 Jan 09; Thomas Annis, Jannetje La Chair; Rachel; Lucas De Witt, Antje Tilba
  5. KRDC Bapt. Record: 1700 Mar 03; Thomas Ennis, Jannetje Legier; Helena; Jan Post, Cornelia Martensen

Acknowledgements

  • This person was created through the import of 124-DeCoursey.ged on 14 September 2010.
  • Ennis-3 was created on 09 March 2010 through the import of howard.ged.
  • Ennis-3 was adopted by Tom Quick, Quick-803 14:06, 11 September 2014 (EDT).
  • Ennis-15 Merged into Ennis-3

Research notes

Misc.

[Profile under investigation] Ennis-3 and Ennis-80, both claim husband to be Hendrick Cornelius Courtright. Conflicting sources.

It is doubtful that this person Jannetje Thomas Ennis (Ennis-3) married Hendrick Cornelius Courtright , She may have died young. Jannetje William Ennis's (Ennis-80) family sponsored certain of Hendrick & Jannetje children



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On 3 Apr 2017 at 07:22 GMT Carrie Quackenbush wrote:

Ok, moving the husband and children over to the other Jannetje Ennis-80. Not only were Cornelia "Vuurvant" and her second husband Lammert Brink witnesses at the baptism of one of the children of Hendrick Kortregt and his wife Jannetje, and Hendrick Kortregt and his wife Jannetje witnessed the baptism of one of the children of Zander Willemsz Ennes, but Hendrick and Jannetje had children as late as 1749, with children being baptized regularly up until that point (including two in 1747??). This Jannetje would have been 54 at that point. 46 is much more believable.

On 28 Sep 2014 at 13:28 GMT Mary (Sullivan) Ryan wrote:

Tom

Thanks. You are absolutely correct. Will there be any problems with the merge because they show up on each others page as a sibling? If you think not I'll go ahead and merge them

On 28 Sep 2014 at 04:01 GMT Tom Quick wrote:

Ennis-15 and Ennis-3 appear to represent the same person because: they are the same person. Please approve merge.

Thank you, Tom Quick




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