It appears that 16-year-old Annetje and Titus Syrachs DeVries were the parents of a child Jan (no surname or parents given), who was baptized 1 April 1678 at Brooklyn Church. The sponsors of the child were Catalina Rapalje and Jeronimus Rapalje. "The sponsors appear to be Antje Hooghlandt's great Uncle, Jeronimus who was married to Titus Syrach's wife's sister and Antje's Great Grandmother, Catalina Trico Rapalje. (Antje's mother had died around this time period and her father was just recently remarried.)"
From the record it appears that Titus Syrachs was "unrepentant," forcing the church authorities from Flatbush and surrounding villages, after an inconclusive meeting, to call for colleagues from New Amsterdam to help judge the case in August of the following year:
Judgment of Titus Syrachs
"Inasmuch as Titus Syrachs De Vries, captain of the company from Midwood, had unseemly behaved himself with a young maiden, Annetje Dirks, forcing her to commit adultery, the minister called a general consistory of the elders of the four villages. But since this was a matter which stretched to extreme consequences, and since no one in individual church is empowered to dismiss an unrepentant and offensive member without the knowledge of the Honorable Classis, or at any rate (for want thereof) that of its neighboring churches, the said minister and the consistory of Midwood deemed it best to summon and request Dominie Nieuwenhuisen with two of his elders from New York to join with them in discussing this matter."
"Having arrived, it was unanimously decided by the members of this meeting that they should first forbid the said sinner participation in the Lord's Supper. Meanwhile, they would keep watch over his conduct and wait to see how this crime of his shall be treated and adjudged by the great Court of Assizes, which is to be held on the first Wednesday in October next....
"Titus Sijrachsz shall be earnestly exhorted to improvement and the enormity of his sin set before him, and furthermore, he shall be excluded from participation in the Lord's Supper so long as he exhibits no better sign of repentance."
This wasn't the end of the matter, as Annetje's father took Titus to court: "De Vries, guilty by his own confession, was placed 'under censure' by the church, and being also arrested under civil process at the instance of Hoogland, was fined £25 by the Court of Assize at New York, October 3, 1679, that being the extent of his punishment, while the injured girl was subjected to what seems to us now a harsh verdict, 'to be whipt and receive seven lashes on her bare back at the Common Whipping Post before the end of the Court, or pay a fine of £5 and costs."
The compiler of the Hoagland genealogy surmises that Annetje was living with her aunt Marritie Hansen Bergen (wife of Jacob Rutse) in Esopus, Ulster County, when she married Hendrick Hendricks van Wagen at Kingston on 19 April 1684.
"They had a son, Hendric, baptized 7 December 1684, Derick Hoogland [presumably Annetje's father] and Sarah ---- being witnesses. Their daughter Annetje was baptized at Esopus September 5, 1686." Witnesses at this baptism were mother Annetje's above-mentioned aunt Marritie and husband Jacob Rutse.
Annetje next married Gerrit Lammertse around 1693: "Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (1660-1809) [show] a child named Breechje was baptized on June 10, 1694 and the parents listed are Gerrit Lammertsen and Antje Hooghlant. The sponsors listed are Hendrik Bogaart and Jannetje Martensen. Two other children of this couple are also listed in the same source: Theunis (bapt. Feb. 7, 1697 - sponsor is Dirrick Hoogland) and Dirrick (bapt. Dec. 25, 1703 - sponsors were Huybert Lambertse and Hendrickje Lambertse)."
Annetie Hoogland married:
Hendricz van Wayen (1656-1690), banns read Apr 19, 1684 at Ulster County, New York. Marriage banns were recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (Hoes 507:69.
Gerrit Lammertse by about 1690, the year that their first child Jan is estimated to have been born.
Hendric was baptized on 7 December 1684 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster, New York; sponsors were: Dirck Hoogeland and Sara (last name not given).
Annetie was baptized on 5 September 1686 at Esopus|Kingston, Ulster County, Province of New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York; sponsors were: Jacob Rutsen, Marretie Hanz. She married Jacob Freer in 1705.
Derick, baptized in Kingston on 20 January 1689, recorded as the child of Henderick Weyn and Annetje Jansen. Baptism sponsors were Jan Middow and Giertje Marterye. 
Children of second marriage to Gerrit Lammertsen:
Jan Tarpenning. There is no record of his baptism, which is estimated to have occurred in Ulster County, New York, in about 1690.
Breechje was baptized on June 10, 1694 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster, New York; sponsors were: Hendrik Bogaart, Jannetje Martensen .
Teunis was baptized on Feb. 07, 1697 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster, New York; sponsor was: Dirrick Hoogland.
Claertje was baptized on Jul 14, 1700 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster, New York; sponsors were: Ariaen Gerritsen, Lysbet Gerritsen
Dirrick was baptized on Dec 25, 1703 at Ulster County, New York. Baptism was recorded at the central Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster, New York; sponsors were: Huybert Lambertse, Hendrickje Lambertse.
↑ KRDC Marriage Record (Hoes 507:69): 1684 19 Apr; Hendricz Van Wayen, jm, from Overysel; Annetie Hoogland, jd, of Bedford, L.I., both liv Kingston. (b)
↑ The baptism records for the three children identified with Hendric van Wayen and Annetie Hoogland have three different patronymic names for the mother. This results in some uncertainty. Annetie's proper patronymic would have been Dirckx or a variant, as appears for the baptism of the first child, Hendric. The patronymic recorded with the second child was Gerritz, possible reason for which is not identifiable. For the the third child, the patronymic recorded was Jansen, which was Annetie's father's patronymic. That child was the second son; his given name of Derick is consistent with the child's maternal grandfather having that name.
↑ KRDC Bapt. Record: 1684 Dec 07; Hendric van Wayen, Annetie Dircx; Hendric; Dirck Hoogeland, Sara
↑ KRDC Bapt. Record (Hoes 27:480): 1686 Sep 05; Hendric van Wayen, Annetie Gerritz; Annetie; Jacob Rutsen, Marretie Hanz
↑ Hoex, page 33, #1689. KRDC Bapt. Record: 1689 Jan 20; Henderick Weyn, Annetje Jansen; Derick; Jan Middow, Giertje Marterye [surname not given].
↑ KRDC Bapt. Record: 1694 Jun 10; Gerrit Lammertsen, Antje Hooghlant; Breechje; Hendrik Bogaart, Jannetje Martensen
↑ KRDC Bapt. Record: 1697 Feb 07; Gerrit Lamersse, Ante Hoogland; Teunis; Dirrick Hoogland
↑ Roswell Randall Hoes. Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York: (formerly Named Wiltwyck, and Often Familiarly Called Esopus or 'Sopus), for One Hundred and Fifty Years from Their Commencement in 1660. New York: De Vinne Press, 1891.
Kingston Church Records: The Reformed Dutch Church, now known as the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, NY; Source of: Marriage Records (1660-1809); Baptism Records (1660-1809; Burial Records (1696-1881. Hoes, Roswell Randall. The Kingston Reformed Dutch Church was the central repository for all records of marriages and baptism conducted by circuit-rider Domines throughout Ulster and Orange counties of NY; Sussex County, NJ, and parts of Pike County, PA, until local churches were built and staffed. This occurred between 1735 and 1745 depending on the area.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Annetje by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line: