Aeltje (Waldron) Vermilje
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Aeltje (Waldron) Vermilje (bef. 1652 - 1734)

Aeltje Vermilje formerly Waldron
Born before in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederlandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 27 Aug 1670 in New York City, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died after age 81 in Yonkers, New Yorkmap
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Aeltje / Aaltje Waldron


Baptism 2 January 1652 Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Nederland:
Child : Aeltje
Baptism date 02-01-1652
Church: Nieuwe Kerk
Religion: Hervormd
Father: Waldro, Resalijed-
Mother: Henrix, Rebecka [1]


Father: Resolved Waldron, b. 10 May 1620, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, d. 17 May 1690, Horns Hook, Harlem, Kings Co., New York.
Mother: Rebecca Hendricks Koch, b. 5 Nov 1623, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands, d. 1653, New Amsterdam, NN.


1670 27 Aug; Johannes Vernelje; Aeltje Waldron. New York. [2]

Note: on the same day Aeltje's sister Rebecca was married - the entry reads: 1670 27 Aug; Jan Nagel; Rebecca Waldron.


The following children of Aeltje Waldron and Johannes Vermilye were named in son Abraham's will of May 3, 1730[3]. See more detailed list on her husband's profile.

  1. Abraham,
  2. Isaac,
  3. Jeremiah,
  4. Rebecca Vermilye wife of Peter Bussing
  5. Sarah Vermilye, wife of Tunis Dolson
  6. Rachel wife of Charles Vincent
  7. Hannah, b. circa 1694, wife of Jeckomiah Odell


Her will dated 23 May 1730, proved 23 April 1734, mentions eldest son Abraham, daughter Sarah deceased and wife of Tunis Dolson, sons Isaac and Johanas, daughter Rebecca wife of Peter Bussing, daughter Rachel wife of Charles Vincent, daughter Hanah wife of Jehonas Odel, and unnamed grandchildren, the children of daughter Sarah.


Aeltje Waldron was not named in son Abraham's will of 1730, suggesting that she might have died prior to 1730.
She passed away in 1734, Yonkers, NY.


  1. Source: Amsterdam archief Baptism Aeltje 2 January 1652 Amsterdam left page, right column, second entry Archief van de Burgerlijke Stand: doop-, trouw- en begraafboeken van Amsterdam (retroacta van de Burgerlijke Stand) Baptism Register Doopregister: NL-SAA-24305500 Reference/bronverwijzing: DTB 43, p.202 Stadsarchief Amsterdam]
  3. Wills of Westchester County - Early Wills of Westchester County 1664-1784; Liber 12. P. 162.; Item 118


  • Waldron-19 created by Grant Glover.
  • Waldron-1 and Waldron-19 merged by Grant Glover on 11-15-2014.
  • Waldron-1 adopted by Tom Quick, Quick-803 10:21, 15 November 2014 (EST).
  • Waldron-768 was created by Wayne Burnie, Wednesday, November 26, 2014.
  • Doug Coldwell, 13 July 2011. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Doug and others.

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Waldron-974 and Waldron-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. No tree conflicts. Thanks!
posted by Carrie Quackenbush
Waldron-768 and Waldron-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same pyramids
posted by Bob Tonsmeire