Hendrick Jacobsson migrated from Sweden to New Sweden in 1654 aboard the Örnen.
Hendrick Jacobsson was born in Sweden and recruited as a soldier for the 1654 trip of the Örnen (the Eagle) to New Sweden, which arrived at Fort Christina on 22 May 1654.  Soon after he married Gertrude and lived in Calcon Hook. 
"About 1676 Hendrick also acquired a half-interest in 100 acres on Crum Creek owned by Nils Mattsson and was living at that location in February 1683/4 when he and his son Jacob Hendricksson posted bond for his wife Gertrude's good behavior. Like Nils' wife, she had been accused of witchcraft."
Hendrick then moved his family to New Castle County where, in 1686, he acquired 100 acres (surveyed in 1703 as 238 acres) on the south side of Brandywine Creek.  Hendrick Jacobsson's will (dated 5 May 1704, proved 6 June 1704) and property records identify seven children, surnamed Hendricksson: 
Hendrickson-270 and Jacobsson-23 appear to represent the same person because: It appears that Hendrickson-270 originated as an attempt to create a father for John Hendrickson. His correct father is Hendrick Jacobsson, i.e., Jacobsson-23.