Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt

Claes Martensz Van Rosenvelt (1623 - aft. 1658)

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Claes Martensz (Claes Martenszen) Van Rosenvelt aka van Rosenvelt, van Roosevelt
Born in Tholen, Zeeland, Nederlandmap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died after in New Amsterdam, New Netherlandmap
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Biography

Claes Martenszen van Rosenvelt was among the numerous Holland colonists who came over to New Amsterdam in 1649 or 1650, undoubtedly bringing with him his wife, Jannetje Samuel-Thomas. [1]

Styntie Claes Rosevelt was admitted member of the church November 28, 1678. Claes Rosevelt was admitted December 4. 1679, to the Reformed Dutch church of New York, where they and their descendants have attended for 250 years.

Claes Rosevelt (the son Nicholas) was admitted December 4, 1679, to the Reformed Dutch Church of New York, where they and their descendants have attended for 250 years.

Parents

Father: Maerten Cornelisz Geldersman 1600 – 1629
Mother: Cornelia Lodewijcks 1600 – 1694

Birth

Claes Martenszen (van Rosenvelt) was born in the Netherlands

Name

Claes /Martenszen/[2]
Claes Martenszen /Van Rosenvelt/[3]

Last name

"The stammvater (progenitor) of the famous American family named Roosevelt was Maertin Cornelisse Geldersman, who bought the farm of Rosevelt in Tholen, Zeeland. His son, Claes Martenzen, had taken the byname 'van Rosenvelt' or 'van Roosevelt' (in allusion to that farm), settled in New Amsterdam in 1644 and from him descend all the American Roosevelts.
De Amerikaanse president Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882- 1945) stamt af van Claes Martenszoon van Roosevelt, die in 1649 in Nieuw-Amsterdam (New York) ontscheepte. Hij kwam van `Holland'. De familie Roosevelt zou vernoemd zijn naar de hofstede het Rosevelt tussen Tholen en Poortvliet." [4]

Marriage

No record of Claes Martenszen and Samuel or Thomas marriage in New Amsterdam has been found, but it is a matter of record in the "Court Minutes of New Amsterdam, August 6, 1655," that "Jannetie Hamel (possibly a misspelling/transcription error of Samuel), wife of Nicholas Martensen, declares," etc. [5] In Munsill's American Ancestry, Vol. VI., p. 19, we find the statement that he emigrated to New Amsterdam, with his wife, in August, 1649. No record of their marriage in New Amsterdam has been found, but it is a matter of record in the "Court Minutes of New Amsterdam, August 6, 1655," that "Jannetie Hamel, wife of Nicholas Martensen, declares," etc. The baptismal records of their children in the Reformed Dutch church of New York City are signed by their parents as Claes Martenszen van Rosevelt - Jannetje Samuels - Jannetje Thomas, as shown by the records herein given.

The baptismal records of their children in the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam/New York City are signed by their parents as Claes Martenszen, or Claes Martenszen van Rosevelt and Jannetje Samuels or Jannetje Thomas, as shown by the records herein given. She was called Janetje Samuels (July 30, 1656) and Janetje Thomas (Oct 02, 1658) in NARDC Baptism records.

  • Jannetje Samuels Thomas 1625 – 1660

Children

Known children of Claes Martenszen and Jannetje Samuel|Thomas were:

  1. Christiaen Clasen was bp. on Oct 23, 1650 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN; parents were: Claes Martenszen; sponsors were: Herman Smetman, Beckje en Fytie[6]. . This child died in infancy[7].
  2. Elsje Claese was bp. on Feb 11, 1652 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN; parents were:. Claes Martenszen Van Rosewelt; sponsors were: Thomas Hall, Lysbeth Dircks, Alfje Van Tienhoven[8]. Elsje m. 1671 to Hendrick Jillish Meyert (or Meyer; bap. March 6th, 1650. "They resided in Pearl street, near Whitehall street. He was a Cordwainer, in 1699, and in 1700 he was Assistant Alderman for the South Ward."[9] "Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were members of the Dutch Church in 1686." (Church Records.).
    • "Hendrick Jillish Meyer was the son of Jillis (or Gillis) Pieterszen (Meyer), commonly called Pieterszen van der Grouw, or vander Gonda - the ancient town of Gonda or Tergrouw in Holland, his birthplace. House carpenter; came to New Amsterdam in 1633. On the 16th of April, 1639, at the age of 27, in company with Jacob Stoffelson and Tymen Janszen, he makes declaration as to the condition of the fort, church, mills and other public property, at the time of Governor Kieft's arrival in New Amsterdam." (Col. N. Y. Hist. Soc., Vol I., p. 279, new series.) "He married, in New Amsterdam, July 6, 1642, Elsje Hendricks, b. in Amsterdam, Holland; daughter of Hendrick Janszen Snyder or Hendrick Janszen, the tailor, and his wife Geertje Scheerbuch. He died prior to 1656." (Vol. IX., p. 4, N. Y. G. & B. Rec.).
  3. Anna Margariet Claese was bp. on Aug 29, 1654 at the Reformed Dutch Church of Manhattan, New Amsterdam, NN; sponsors were: Hendrick Hendrickszen, Margariet Loumans [10]. Anna Margariet m. Heymans Alderste Roosa.
  4. Christina Claese was bp. on July 30, 1656 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN; parents were: Claes Martenszen, Jannetje Samuels; sponsors were: Garret Coerton, Christina Grevenrats[11]. Christina m1. Nicasius de la Montagiue at New Amsterdam, bp. April 9th, 1659 in the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam. He was son of Jan de la Montagiue, and Petronelle Pieces. (NARDC Records.) Nicasius de la Mantagiue d. about the year 1700. Christina m2. John Hammel of Hamill. (N.Y. Marriage Licenses: Riker's Hist. Harlem, p. 574, 576.) on February 24, 1703, in New York City, New York,
  5. Nicholaes Claesen was bp. on Oct 02, 1658 at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN; sponsors were: Nicolaes Velthuysen & wife Aeltie (Lubberts) Bicker NARDC Bapt. Record, p. 50: 1658 Oct 02; Claes Martenszen, Jannetie Thomas; Nicolaes; Nicolaes Velthuysen & wife Aeltie (Lubberts) Bicker. He married HEYLTJE JANS KUNST on December 9, 1682; and died July 30, 1742 in New York City, New York.
  6. Anna Claese was bp. on Sept. 10, 1662 (sup.) in Reformed Dutch Church at New Amsterdam, NN; (No Baptism Record was found a NARDC). Anna m. Jan van Dalfsen de Vries from Haarlem, Holland. "Jan Van Dalfsen de Vries, from Tappan, (in now Rockland County, New York) and his wife Anna Van Raasvelt, joined the church in New York, Feb. 27, 1702. He died about 1712 at Tappan, where he had served as 'voorleser.'" (Riker's History of Bap. records copied from Church records, Harlem, p. 532.).
  1. Christiaen Roosevelt 1650 – 1656
  2. Elsje Van Roosevelt 1652 – 1703
  3. Anna Margriet Roosevelt 1654 – 1706
  4. Christiaen Roosevelt 1656 – 1656
  5. Nicholas Roosevelt 1658 – 1742
  6. Christiaen Roosevelt 1660 –
  7. Anna Roosevelt 1662 – 1682
  8. Martin Roosevelt 1664 – [12]

Immigration

Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt emigrated from Amsterdam, Nord Holland ca. August, 1649, likely arriving in early 1650 at New Amsterdam, NN.. He was accompanied by his wife Jannetje Samuel-Thomas.[13]

Death

Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt died:

ca. 1659 (No proof found)

Church records

  • 1652 11 Feb Elsje, Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt. Wit.: Thomas Hall, Lysbeth Dircks, Aefje Van Tienhoven.
  • 1654 29 Aug Anna Margariet, Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt. Wit.: Hendrick Hendrickszen, Margariet Loumans.
  • 1656 30 Jul Christina, Claes Martenszen, Jannetje Samuels. Wit.: Geurt Coerten, Christina Grevenraets.
  • 1658 02 Oct Nicolaes, Claes Martenszen, Jannetie Thomas. Wit.: Nicolaes Velthuysen, En syn huys vr. Aeltje Bicker. [14]

Sources

  1. "The Descendants of CLAES MARTENSZEN VAN Roosevelt Genealogy 1649-1902", by CB Whittelsey, Hartford, Conn.
  2. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN
  3. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, NN
  4. CBG - Centrum voor familiegeschiedenis Database of Surnames in The Netherlands Rosevelt, van
  5. Munsill's American Ancestry, Vol. VI., p. 19
  6. NARDC Bapt. Record, p. 28: 1650 Oct 23; Claes Martenszen; Christiaen; Herman Smetman, Beckje, Fytie
  7. "The Roosevelt Genealogy 1649-1902", by CB Whittelsey, Hartford, Conn
  8. NARDC Bapt. Record, p. 31: 1652 Feb 11; Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt; Elsje; Thoams Hall, Lysbeth Dircks, Aefje Van Tienhoven
  9. Valentine's History, p. 332
  10. NARDC Baptism Record, p. 37: 1654 Aug 29; Claes Martenszen Van Rosenvelt; Anna Margariet; Hendrick Hendrickszen, Margariet Loumans
  11. NARDC Bapt. Record, p. 43: 1656 Jul 30; Claes Martenszen, Jannetje Samuels; Christina; Geurt Coerten, Christina Grevenraets
  12. "The Roosevelt Genealogy 1649-1902", by CB Whittelsey, Hartford, Conn.
  13. Munsill's American Ancestry, Vol. VI., p. 19
  14. Thomas Grier Evans. "Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York." In Collections of the New-York Genealogical and Biographical Society. Vol. II. New York: Printed for the Society, 1890.
  • New York, Genealogical Records, 1675-1920: Source Citation: The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (quarterly-1879) - Extracts; Publication Place: New York; Publisher: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society; Page Number: 41. 2 citations provide evidence for Name
  • Source: Hamm, M. A. (1901) Famous Families of New York - Historical and Biographical Sketches of Families which in Successive Generations have been Identified with the Development of the Nation, vol. 2. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
  • Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service 1 citation provides evidence for Name
  • U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s: Primary Immigrant: VanRosenvelt, Claes Martensen Annotation: In the years from 1925 to 1942, Frederick A. Virkus edited seven volumes with the title, The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, published in Chicago by the Institute of American Genealogy. Each volume has a section in the main body of the work, co Source Bibliography: VIRKUS, FREDERICK A., editor. Immigrant Ancestors: A List of 2,500 Immigrants to America before 1750. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1964. 75p. Repr. 1986. Page: 58 3 citations provide evidence for Name, Arrival
  • U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900: Source Citation: Source number: 12057.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JDM. 6 citations provide evidence for Name, Marriage, Birth
  • U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 1 citation provides evidence for Name, Residence

Acknowledgements

  • This person was created on 13 September 2010 through the import of 124-DeCoursey.ged.
  • Van Rosenvelt-3 was created by Tom Quick.



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Het Rosevelt and surrounding area, Tholen, Zeeland
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On 25 Nov 2017 at 02:48 GMT Loretta (Leger) Corbin wrote:

Warning: Check the data.

A father's death date (Van Rosenvelt-1 died 1658) should not be more than nine months before one of his children's birth dates (Rosenvelt-3 born 2 Oct 1658) . SAVE ANYWAY If you are saving without changes consider an explanation in the text. [more info]

On 23 Nov 2017 at 21:43 GMT Loretta (Leger) Corbin wrote:

Warning: Check the data.

A father's death date (Van Rosenvelt-1 died 1658) should not be more than nine months before one of his children's birth dates (Rosenvelt-3 born 2 Oct 1658) . SAVE ANYWAY If you are saving without changes consider an explanation in the text. [more info]

On 2 Aug 2017 at 16:16 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Roosevelt-419 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: same parents, long lineage of duplicates

On 11 May 2016 at 22:03 GMT Robin Lee wrote:

Van Rosenvelt-3 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: dates are similar, children are the same

On 8 Mar 2016 at 21:13 GMT Carrie Quackenbush wrote:

Roosevelt-69 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: This is the oldest maternal ancestor in this chain in need of a merge into the NNS PPP name. No tree conflicts. Thanks!

On 9 Feb 2016 at 16:24 GMT Carrie Quackenbush wrote:

Van Roosevelt-1 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: This is the oldest maternal ancestor in this chain in need of a merge into the NNS PPP name. No tree conflicts. Thanks!

On 30 Sep 2014 at 05:00 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

Roosevelt-75 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: information matches. Van Rosenvelt chosen as the preferred styling for this person (see Van_Rosenvelt-1, which was included in Notables project & reflects styling of caption for image).

On 18 Aug 2014 at 19:22 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:

Roosevelt-75 and Van Rosenvelt-1 are not ready to be merged because: I believe the LNAB is Van Rosenvelt based on what I have seen in records at the Roosevelt Library. We need agreement on the LNAB prior to merge (I think).

On 18 Aug 2014 at 18:27 GMT Carol Gibson * wrote:

Van Rosenvelt-2 and Van Rosenvelt-1 appear to represent the same person because: Hi Doug, Looks like you'll have to do it on your end. I removed the Unmerged Match. Sorry for the delay.

On 13 Aug 2014 at 00:35 GMT Carol Gibson * wrote:

Van Rosenvelt-1 and Van Rosenvelt-2 are not ready to be merged because: Van Rosenvelt-1 was created first so Van Rosenvelt-2 must be merged into Van Rosenvelt-1. This can't be done because Van Rosenvelt-2 is a protected project. I've created an unmerged match.

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