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Yellis Inyart (bef. 1660 - bef. 1709)

Yellis "Gillis, Jellis" Inyart aka Enyeart, Enyard, Inyard, Enjart, Iniaard, Iniaart
Born before in Flandersmap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married about 1686 [location unknown]
Husband of — married about 1700 [location unknown]
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Father of
Died before at about age 49 in Province of New Yorkmap
Profile last modified | Created 1 Aug 2012
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Biography

Descendants carry and records indicate these variant surnames: Enyart, Enyard, Enyeart, Inyart, Inyard, Enjart, Inniard , Inniart, and perhaps others.

YELLIS INYART was a son of Carel Enjart and his wife Antje, and is assumed to be one of the three children who accompanied Carel Enjart, from Flanders, who traveled to New Netherland on D'Eendracht (The Concord) on 17 April 1664 with his wife and three children, ages 12, 8, and 4. [1] If he was one of those children, he was born in Flanders between about 1652 and 1660.

He married (1) Elsje van Woggelum, daughter of Jan Pieterszen van Woggelum and Styntje Jans, in about 1686. Her name was sometimes anglicized as Alice. She was the mother of Yellis's first three children (born before 1692) and probably the next two children after those.[2]

Elsje appears to have died, and around Yellis married (2) Tryntje Thys Vlierboom, the widow of Gerrit Bastiaensen, as his second wife. The only known child of this marriage is Matthys, born about 1702 and named for Tryntje's father. [3]

Yellis died before 11 March 1708/9, when his will was proved.

Disputed Marriage Information

Several researchers have assumed that the wife Tryntje named in the will of Jellis Inyart was his only wife, and because of indications that John and Ary Woglum were his brothers in law, it was assumed that Tryntje was a member of the Van Woggelum family. Barbara Barth presented this information in the first installment of her multipart article "Those Easy-Going Van Woggelums Again," published in the The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record in January 1999, but revised her interpretation in the second installment, published in April 1999. Jellis Inyard his wife Alice executed a mortgage document in 1692, indicating that there was a marriage before his marriage to Tryntje. Naming patterns identify this first wife as a van Woggelum, named Elsje. Jellis's wife Tryntje (his second wife) is now identified as Tryntje Thys Vlierboom, and Barth suggests that Tryntie Van Woggelum did not exist. [4]

Sources

  1. Barth, Barbara, page 100. Citing Carl Boyer 3rd, Ship Passenger Lists, New York and New Jersey (1600-1825), 1978, page 134.
  2. Barth, Barbara, pages 99-100.
  3. Barth, Barbara, pages 100-101.
  4. Barth, Barbara, pages 99-101.
  • Pelletreau, William S. Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York. New York: [Printed for the Society], 1893. 456-457.
  • NJGS. "I: Iniard, Yellis" njgsbc.org. Accessed 04 Feb 2017. http://njgsbc.org/indexes/bergen-county-families/
  • Barth, Barbara A. Those Easy-Going Van Woggelums Again, continued in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 130 (1999), Issue: 2. Pages 99-108.
  • The Annals of Staten Island p.380 [1]
  • The Enyeart Family history 1664-1928 Compiled in 1911 by Rev. Nathan M. Enyeart and in 1928 by Rev. Orris L. Enyeart and Samuel Hartley. Huntingdon county (PA) Historical Society
  • A Genealogical and Historical Sketch of William Enyeart and Some of His Descendants By William H. Carter, 1964 [2]
  • ENYART FAMILY NEWSLETTER: History and Genealogy of the Enyart/Enyeart Family. Vol. 2, No. 2. Whole No. 4, June 1999. [3]

Acknowledgements

WikiTree profile Inyart-4 created through the import of WORCESTER_2012-07-31.ged on 31 Jul 2012 by Bob Worcester.
WikiTree profile Inyart-3 was created 1 Aug 2012 by Bob Worcester.
WikiTree profile Inyart-4 was merged into Inyart-3. f See the Changes page for the details of edits by Bob and others.
WikiTree profile Enyard-15 was merged into Inyart-3 on 6 Dec 2019 by Ellen Smith



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Enyeart-193 and Inyart-3 appear to represent the same person because: It appears that these two profiles represent the same person, Yellis, whose surname changes among descendants and records to be varied: Inyart, Inniard, Enyart, Enyeart, Enyard, Inyard, and others.
Inyart-3 and Enyard-15 appear to represent the same person because: Believe these two profiles are the same person. The profiles of the wives on their pages seems to be the only conflicting information.
posted by Annie Orton

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