Do not confuse Lambert Huybertsen Moll documented in this profile, with the Lammert or Lambert Huybertsen van Wagening (called Brink) who immigrated aboard the 'de Trouw' on Dec 13, 1660. That person according to the Ships passenger list of ' de Trouw', sailed from Amsterdam on either 13 December 1660 [NWI], or 24 December 1660 [JJ], and arrived New Amsterdam before May 1661. Captain Jan Jans Bestevaer --- Lammert Huybertsen, from Wagening(en), and Wife and two children Based on New Amsterdam and Kingston baptism and marriage records, the wife's name was Hendrickje Cornelis, and a child Cornelis (born at sea aboard De Trouw) and Huibert (van Wageningen). Of particular interest is the similarity of this Lammert|Lambert's origin (Wageningen) and family names to the Lambert Huybertszen (Clomp) who married Tryntje Pieters. Could they be somehow related but a generation apart? Lambert Brink's wife Hendrichje or Hendrickje Cornelis in many genealogies is mentioned as third wife for this Lambert Huybertszen (Clomp/Klomp) ...so quite confusing and she should not be added back to or get re-attached to this profile (!)
Lambert Huybertsen Moll was born between 1595 and 1615 in the Netherlands. He was the son of Hubert Lambertsz Moll and Geertgen Cornelisdr. Lambert sometimes was named Clomp) he was a shipscarpenter. On 7 Sept. 1641 he received a Patent for a „plantation", 25 morgen large, in Brooklijn (thans Willemsburgh, district), he was a small burgher(citizen) of Nieuw-Amsterdam, on 13 April 1657 According to Dutch records Lambert Huybertsen Moll was married twice :
His first wife was Maria (Margaretha), unknown. Did Margaretha die in Nieuw Amsterdam after the birth of the first child in 1625 ?
His second wife was Tryntje Pieters (van Couwenhoven), born after 1626- Tryntje died after 1688, and Lambert Huybertszen Moll died between 8-Sep-1674 and 22-Oct-1679.
Very little can be found for both wives. The only documented evidence of his marriage to Tryntje Pieters is from the 1652-1659 membership records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, where she was identified as his wife. A Problem is the determination of the spouses of Lambert Huybertsen Moll and thus : Who exactly is the biological mother of his children ?
Lambert Moll and probably his second wife) Trijntje Pieters in 1660 were members of the Dutch reformed Church ar Nieuw-Amsterdam. He took „the oath of allegiance to the English in 1664". Lambert's children were born both in the Netherlands and at New Netherland:
Maria|Marie|Marritje Lamberts Moll, Uyt N. Nederlt [Possibly New Utrecht, LI, NN], was b. ca 1625-1635 [No NARDC baptism Record found]; m. Gerrit Hendrickszen, jm van Deventer on May 7, 1646. . Marritje d. bef. Oct 22, 1679 
kind: Hendrick doopdatum: 05-07-1637 kerk: Oude Kerk godsdienst: Hervormd vader: Huibertsz, Lambert moeder: Pieters, Trijn Hendrick Lambertsen Mol, van Amsterdam [No NARDC baptism Record found]; m. Catharine Ringfort|Kingsfort of Sandwich, England on Nov. 20, 1660. Marriage was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN  [A Hendrick Laambertsen took the oath of allegiance in Brn in 1687. He may be son of Lambert Huybertsen Moll.] :Children of Hendrick and Catharine include: 1. 1666 June 21; Hendrick Klomp, Catharina Kuickhorst; Hendrick; Harmen Van Hoboken, Sibertie 2. 1686 Apr 28; Henderik Lambertsz; Catelyntje; Henderik Roosenboom, Willemje Schermerhoorn (Albany RDC)/ Hendrick Lambertse Moll, j.m. van Amsterdam, huwt 20 Nov. 1660 te New York Catharina Kingsfort, van Sandwich, Engeland.
Huybert Lambertszen Moll [Clomp], van Aernhem [No NARDC baptism Record found]; m. Jannetje Williams, van Meppel on July 9, 1662, . Marriage recorded at the Reformed Dutch church of New Amsterdam, NN.. Another source indicates she was a widow, however this is not shown in NARDC records. Children of Huybert and Jannetje include: 1. 1663 Nov 07; Huybert Lambertszen, Jannetie Willems; Maria; Willem Lubbertszen, Joost Goderus /Huybert Lambertse Moll, jm. van Arnhem, huwt 1662 te New York Jennetje Willems, j.d. van Meppel. child: Maria Moll, ged. 7 Nov. 1663 New York.
Reyer Lambertse Moll received on 22 March 1646 a patent for 57 morgen in Bushwick (= Brooklyn). And in 1657 den 7e Febr. a patent for land at or near fort Casimir, Delaware, a different Dutch Settlement he moved to.
Abraham Lambertse Moll, bapt. 23 March, 1642 New York, married 16 Dec. 1662 New York Jacomijntje Jacobs Dartelbeeck, j.d. van Utrecht. They have following children: 1.Susanna Moll, ged. New York 10 Februari 1664 (get. Lambert Huyberts, Geertje Lamberts) huwt 13 Dec. 1682 New York. Hieronymus hendrickse van Bommel, j.m. van New York en huwt 2e, 26 Juli 1699 Willem Willemse van New York; 2.Sara Moll, ged. 15 Oct. 1666 New York; 3. Jacob Moll
Geertje Lambertszen Moll, bp. Sept. 6, 1648. Baptism was recorded at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN., m1. July 29, 1668, Hans Jacobse Harty; m2.  [It is possible that Geertje had a twin, who died at birth and was not named at the baptism]
Some of his children according to their marriage records, were born at Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands, a city and municipality, situated in the eastern part of the Netherlands. It is the capital of the province of Gelderland and located on both banks of the river Nederrijn as well as on the Sint-Jansbeek, which was the source of the city's development, or at New Netherlands.
Lambert Huybertszen was known to have built a house, on the site of the Sampson Building, 63 Wall Street, NY, and had a shipyard in Smith's Valley on Manhattan. and resided at at Bushwick [now a district in Brooklyn, NY], Kings County, New York, circa 1668. Occupation: a ship builder on Manhattan Island. His sons Huybert Lambertszen and Abraham Lambertszen were also a ship builders, and according to Dutch Colonial records Huybert built a ferry boat...for which he was sued.
His name is sometimes written "Lambert Huybertsen Klomp". In 1674, he resided on Pearl Street, and was estimated to be worth $500.
Lambert /Hubertsen Mol or Moll/ He and his son Huybert were also styled Clomp, or Klomp.
Maria (Margaretha), unknown. Did Margaretha die in Nieuw Amsterdam after the birth of the first child in 1625 (LINK: see Marretje Lambertse Blauvelt-Moll) ? Was she left behind in The Netherlands ? [No record of her found yet in NA records.
Tryntje Pieters [Note that daughter Geertje, bp. Sept. 6, 1648, named her first child, b. 1670, Tryntje, this suggests that the child was named after Tryntje's mother. Note: Geertje's bp. record does not name her mother.] We do know that Tryntje was Lambert's wife in the mid 1650s.
This paragraph from the The Iconography of Manhattan Island mixes the two Lamberts: Lambert who wed Tryntje Pieters did not own land in Ulster County, the other Lambert removed to Ulster County before 1663, had children there, and continued to live there.
Property#8: Lambert Huybertsen Mol, a ship carpenter, built this house, on the site of the Sampson Building, 63 Wall Street. He was sometimes known as Lambert Huybertsen Klomp (Cal. Hist. MSS., Dutch, 47); he was in the colony as early as 1641 (Liber GG: 42, Albany) [not found online] and as late as 1674 (N. Y. Hist. Soc. Collections, 1841, pp. 387-8) [not found online]; and was apparently still living in 1696, when he is mentioned as owning land at Hurley.-Ibid., 1892, p. 464. Always a useful and respected citizen, Mol built gun-carriages for the Fort, and had a ship-yard in the Smith's Valley. He was, unfortunately, a heavy drinker, and this habit got him into many scrapes, which are quaintly set forth in the Records of New Amsterdam (III: 209, 212; IV: 137, 205, 208). 
1659 Dec 14; Henry Breyser, Susanna Thomas; Sara; Lambert Moll, Immetje Ver Sluys
1641, Jul 29. Jacobse alias Stille" (or the silent), of N. A. . Occupied the plantation in Buk [Bushwick], which he sold July 29, 1641, to Lambert Huybertsen Moll, as per p. 16 of Cal. of Dutch Man. See next:
1641, Sep 7. Obtained a patent Sept. 7, 1641 ??, for a plantation formerly of Cors Jacobsen Stille, N.E. of that of Hans Hansen Bergen, located in Buk [Bushwick, a district in present Brooklyn], since Williamsburgh, of 25 morgens, as per p. 365 of Cal. of Dutch Man.
1649-1659. Lambert Huybertsen Moll and his wife Tryntje Pieters were listed as members of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam [Lambert Moll, en Tryn Pieters, syn huysv], Page 507.
1650 Oct 09. Lambert Huybertsen sponsored the baptism of his granddaughter Grietje, Hendrickse, daughter of his daughter Marie|Marritje Lamberts Moll
1652 Feb 04. Lambert Huybertszen sponsored baptism of Beellitjen, dau. of business associate Herck Sybertszen 
1656 Jun 24, Lambert Huybertsen bought a lot Desc.: Lot W. of Cringel, bounded S. by lot of R, Ryken, 8r., 1ft.; W. by lot of G. Lockermns, 9 r., 3 ft.; N. by Lot of Jacob Jansen Moesman, 9 r., 3ft.; E. by Cingel, 30 ft.
1662 Apr 29. Deed: Lambert Huybertsen Mol to Teunis Tempelier. (Lib. A, Deeds, N. Y. Co.:259.) Desc.: Lot W. of Cringel, bounded S. by lot of R, Ryken, 8r., 1ft.; W. by lot of G. Lockermns, 9 r., 3 ft.; N. by Lot of Jacob Jansen Moesman, 9 r., 3ft.; E. by Cingel, 30 ft. Recites deed June 24, 1656.[He bought this lot on June 24, 1656
1664 Feb 10. Lambert Huybertsen Mol sponsored granddaughter Susanna's baptism, dau. of Abraham Lambertse Moll
1664. Mol took the oath of allegiance to the English in N. Y. in 1664, as per p. 75 of Vol. III. of Doc. of Col. His. of N. Y.
1666 Jan 31. Lambert Huybertsen sponsored baptism of Barber, child of dau. Geertje [Geertje was yet to be married - No husband listed]
1667, Jun 1. Lambert Huybertsen Moll served on a Jury for the Special Court held at New York.
1669 May 29. Lambert Huybertsen Moll was appointed to appraise the present value of Egbert van Borsum's scow, as well as when the skipper Johannes Luyck had it last in hire.
1670 Mar 10. Lambert Huybertsen Moll sponsored baptism of grand daughter Tryntje, dau. od his daughter Geertje
Stiles, Henry R. A History of the City of Brooklyn (Brooklyn, N.Y., 1869) Vol. 1, Page 29:"Patents were issued... and in September, 1641, to Lambert Huybertsen (Moll), for land on the East River previously occupied by one Cornelis Jacobsen Sille." Vol. 1, Page 88: March, 30, 1647 "Lambert Huybertsen's (Moll) plantation" Vol. 1, Page 91: "Cornelis Jacobsen Selle's deed to Lambert Huybertsen Mol, of 29th of July, 1641, his plantation is described as lying next that of Hans Hansen, on Long Island" Vol. 1, Page 417: He signed the "Petition of the Inhabitants of Long Island."
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↑ * A. Disproved. Lambert Huybertszen died ca. 1664, at Bushwick [a district in present day Brooklyn], Kings, New York, USA This has been disproved...Lambert served as a court appointed marine apraise on May 29, 1669 from  Court Minutes of New Amsterdam. 181. * B. Disproved. Lambert Huybertszen died ca. 1664, Manhattan, New York, New York, USA. This has been disproved...Lambert served as a court appointed marine appraiser n May 29, 1669 from  Court Minutes of New Amsterdam. 181 . * C. Lambert huybertszen died some time after Mar 10 1670 see NARDC Bapt. Record: 1670 Mar 10; Hans Jacobszen, Geertie Lamberts; Tryntie; Lambert Mol, Gerritje Spieg. He sponsored the baptism of his granddaughter Tryntje on this date. His wife Tryntje Pieters was not a sponsor at her name sake's baptism, this would suggest that she had died, however other sources say she died ca 1689..
↑ NARDC Marriage Record: 1646 07 May; Gerrit Hendrickszen, jm van Deventer; Marie Lamberts [Moll], jd Uyt N. Nederlt
↑ NARDC Marriage Record: 1668 29 Jul; Hans Jacobszen Harty, van Baren in Switserlt; Geertje Lambertszen Mol, van Nieuw jorck
↑ NARDC Marriage Record: 1686 05 Jan; Thys Franszen Oudewater, jm van N. Albanien; Geertie Lamberts Mol, wid Hans Jacobszen
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Do you mean we now have it wrong and they are in fact one and the same ?
We had them as one and the same at first, but see also the profile for Lambert Huybertsen van Wageningen (Brink) ...
I agree they look similar of course, but It's extra difficult /confusing because of all the repeated names and patronymics, there were quite a few Lambert Huybertses (Clomp, Brink, Bont) during the same time in the Netherlands and New Netherland ....so it's hard to make sure, prove if and why these were perhaps the same or if they were all different people..
So if you have some convincing evidence (records / links to sources) perhaps you could share and add or post it here ? We are all working on our worldwide tree and want it to be as accurate as possible, so if you have some prove that would be great and if we all agree we will of course correct everything that needs to be corrected.
Thanks for your help, it's of course appreciated !
It's very easy to make this mistake since new York says he was born there and netherland souces say he was born there I have researched him for years, he is my 9th great grandfather, it's one man that records mistakenly list twice, two wives listed twice also. I had him listed as two different men forever. Hope this helps you figure out the truth instead of the "myth", I think this happens when immigrants made it to new York, have seen it a few times.
Trying to sort and organize this Bio out a bit, some info was maybe meant for his son, some maybe even for the Lambert Huybertsen Brink. So shifting trough it all now, will place the info for the son and other children to their profiles as well.