He married Lucretia Dalley in 1680 in Pemaquid, Lincoln, Maine and they had children :
Dollius Hegeman, b. abt 1681; d. 1760; m. Geertruy (?), lived in Middlesex Co., NJ.
Adrian Hegeman, b. abt 1683; d. Aug 1762; m. 15 Dec 1706 Flatbush Ref Ch, Elizabeth Van Wyck, dau. of Cornelis Barend Van Wyck & Jannetje, They lived at the Ferry (Brooklyn).
Catharine Hegeman, b. about 1695; m. (1) 12 May 1706 Flatbush Ref Ch, Hendrick Vonk; m. (2) 30 July 1735, Auke Lefferts, widower.
Jane Hegeman, b. about 1687; d. prob. in Captivity.
Joseph Denyse Hegeman, b. 4 March 1693; bp., 5 March 1693 at Quebec; m. 4 June 1714 Flatbush Ref Ch, Alida Andriesz. They moved to Somerset Co., NJ about 1739. Baptism by Francois Dupre cure de Quebec, is note in Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families Angliesse (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890 Vol 1 Sect 1
Stark's History of Somerset Co. says that Denuyse Hageman was a soldier in the French and Indian War and was taken prisoner and sent to Quebec and thence to France. For a detailed account, the fascinating story, "the Tribulations of Denys Hegeman."
↑ Yates Publishing, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Source number: 499.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: CGK. Entry for Adriaen Hegeman & Catharina Margits; highly derivative; use with caution
Ancestry.com, New York Genealogical Records, 1675-1920: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Check source information for each record.
↑ 4.04.14.24.22.214.171.124.7 From Source: Early Bergen County Families, compiled by Pat Wardell, pg 6 refers to: Genealogies of New Jersey Families, Volume I, (online at Genealogy.com), The Tribulations of Denys Hegeman, p. 263
American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI), Godfrey Memorial Library, comp. Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 1999.
Henry Cobb Stryker and Amanda Rosetta Walker : their ancestors and descendants, by Wikberg, Daisy Belle (Daisy Belle Pattison) , pp.92-6.
LINEAGE BOOK, NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN COLONISTS, v.2 (1930), p.38. EARLY SETTLERS OF KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND, N.Y., by Teunis G. Bergen, repr. 1973, Cottonport, LA, p.136. GMNJ, v.25 #3 (Jul 1950), pp.49-54. AMERICAN ANCESTRY, v.9, 1894 (repr 1968), by J. Munsells' Sons, p.154. COMPILED GENEALOGY OF HAGAMAN FAMILY, 1650-1947, unpublished MSS at the Holland Society of NY, p.2. HAGEMAN - PENDLETON GENEALOGY, comp. by Ora E. Birnett & Ethel Millies, 1985, pp.6-7. Webpage of Denis Beauregard <url broken> (Dictionnaire genealogique des nos origines (E-G) [Complement a Jette], printed 13 Feb 1998. Under "E" EGMAN, Denis ou Dennys. GENEALOGICAL RECORD OF THE SHERMAN FAMILY, comp. by Robert O. Sherman, et al, 1982, pp.66-10. SOMERSET CO. HIST. QUARTERLY, v.5.
This person was created on 22 September 2010 through the import of PittsPenn_2010-09-21.ged.
Warning: You'll see several instances throughout the Internet, claiming that his parents were from "Holland, Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands," but this is a completely bogus birth location generated from a a software's bad "autocomplete" function that failed to recognize the name as the intended Netherlands, and instead "found" a match for an obscure street in a tiny village of Reusel. See this Dutch Genealogy blog which explains the error. It should be removed wherever it is found, because it is extremely unlikely that many people's genealogical ancestors actually came from that small town. Mix-216 14:23, 2 February 2015 (EST)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Denuyse by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Denuyse:
Added Hageman-7 as unmerged match , they seem to represent the same (duplicates) , added his wife UNKNOWN-12001 Lucretia UNKNOWN as this ones wife already , so the wifes can be merged.
I'll disconnect the son Adrian Hageman of this duplicate couple, because:
there already are two duplicate Adriaen sons here
and sonHageman-6 is connected to a child and wife , and can be merged with already PPP't Adriaen Hegeman] son of Hendricus Hegeman and Adriaentje Bloedtgoedt who was married and is already connected as husband to Maria van der Vliet as well.
Thought I let you all know where they came from :)
Greets and thanks ,
We have very different opinions about this, but for this profile, it is not a lost cause. You're more involved with this profile than I am, so I will step aside. Would you like me to revert it to its immediate-post-merge status? (I think you can do this yourself, but if you'd like me to do it, I will.)
In my view, what conveys the information has been vetted is decent source citation. Without it, no matter what format, it's all speculative. A citation, or an indented paragraph embedded into the narrative can provide the details you're seeking. I don't see what format has to do with it. If the narrative has incorrect data, fix it and cite it.