"Jan Fransz van Hoesen (Hoesem); was apparently in the colony as early as 1646, and in 1648 helped to erect a new barn for Jan Barentsz Wemp. By resolution of April 1, 1650, a garden was assigned to him between the first and second creeks and Jan. 18, 1652, he was given the use of the place of Willem Juriaensz, the baker, on condition that he let said Willem stay in his house 'as long as he lives, or opportunity offers'. His wife was Volkertje Juriaens."
Jan Franse (Franszen) Van Hoesen (aka van Husum) was born in about 1608 or 1609 in the town of Husum or Huesen, Nordfriesland, in what is now Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. 
He was married to Volkje Juriaens (Van Noorstrant) on May 15, 1639  in Dutch Reformed Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam, Nord-Holland, Netherlands. By the following year they had emigrated to New Netherland, where they were early residents of Fort Orange (now Albany, New York). He was employed by the West India Company.  Reynolds states that he was an early member of the Reformed Dutch Church at Albany and Bielinski states that he was a Lutheran.
In 1662 he purchased from the Indians several hundred acres of land along the Hudson River, including what later became the site of the city of Hudson. 
"Andries Herbertsz... His wife was Annetje Juriaens, sister of Volkertje Juriaens, the wife of Jan Frans van Hoesen." 
At least eight children were born to the marriage of Jan Franse Van Hoesen and Volkje Juriaens. The earliest of these may have been born the Netherlands, but the rest probably were born at Albany before recordkeeping began there. The children included:
Anna, married Luyka Berritsen;
Styntje, married Jan Tys Gons;
Maria, married Hendrick Coenratse;
Catherina, married Frank Hardurgh;
Jacob Janse, recorded living in Claverack, New York in 1720; married Judik Franse Clauw.
He made a joint will with his wife in November 1665, when was in his sickbed. The estate described in the will included gold, silver, and jewels and land in Albany and Claverack, New Netherland, and in Husum in the Netherlands. He died in November 1665 while writing the will.
His wife Volkie survived him and remarried, to Gerrit Visbeck, master of a vessel. She died in 1703.
The eight surviving children of Jan and Volkje are mentioned in the settlement of Jan's estate.
"Anna, wife of Luycas Gerritze, shall have in advance a bed, two pillows and a bolster, for the reason that Volkie has heretofore promised them, and then the residue of the whole estate, lands, houses, etc., real and personal property, nothing excepted, shall be distributed equally among the eight children and heirs, to wit, Juriaen; Styntie, wife of Jan Tysse; Anna, wife of Lucas Gerritse; Marya, wife of Hendk. Coenraetse; Catharina, wife of Frenck Hardingh, Johannis, Jacob and Volkert van Hoesem, on condition that Juriaen shall have the prior right and privilege to buy the farm or lands or other real estate, provided he pay his brothers and sisters what four impartial men shall judge the same to be worth." 
"The eldest son of Jan Fransen van Hoesen (Hoesem, Hoesum), the progenitor of the Van Heusen family, mentioned below. Genealogies of this family state that the first ancestor came from Huysen, or Huizen, on the Zuider Zee, in the Netherlands, presumably because the name of Jan Fransen is entered in the baptismal records of the Reformed Dutch Church at New York under the date of September 30, 1640, as "Van huysen." It should be noted, however, that this is a most unusual form of the name and that Jan Fransen in the early deeds and court records at Albany, between 1652 and 1672, is invariably referred to as "Van Hoesem," which would seem to be but a Dutch phonetic spelling of the name of the town of Husum, in Schleswig, from the vicinity of which a number of early settlers came. At all events, there seems to be no good reason why the perfectly familiar name of Huysen should in Dutch records be written "Hoesem," or even "Hoesum," as in the patent mentioned below, whereas the spelling "Huysen" for Husum may be accounted for by the fact that the same form occurs on the map of Denmark in Ortelius' Atlas of 1598, and probably on other Dutch maps of the period. In support of the thoery that Jan Fransen came from Schleswig it may be recalled also that Pearson in his Early Settlers of Albany, p. 126, states that the Van Hoesens were Lutherans." 
Poorter Amsterdam ?
On 3 February 1639, a Jan Fransz, varensgezel, became poorter of Amsterdam  Jan Fransz van Husum in the marriage record also is mentioned as being a varensgezel.
1640 Sep 30 Fransje, Jan Franszen, Van huysen. Wit.: Hendrick Rosen, Burger Joris, Smidt, Sara Cornelis.
1651 Oct 01 Maria, Jan Franszen. Wit.: Daniel Lisko, Andries Harpertszen, Thomas Samlam, Marritie Cornelis, Geertruy Andries. 
↑ "Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province, Church Records, 1523-1948," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-31159-22213-16?cc=2037985 : 21 August 2014), Nederlands Hervormde > Amsterdam > Trouwen 1635-1682 > image 54 of 502; Nederlands Rijksarchiefdienst, Den Haag (Netherlands National Archives, The Hague). left page, left column, fifteenth entry
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↑ inschrijvingsdatum: 03-02-1639 naam: Fransz, Jan beroep: Varensgezel plaats in bron: Amsterdam plaats: Amsterdam
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