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||Christoffel Yates was a New Netherland Descendant 1674-1776.|
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Christoffel or Christopher was the oldest son of Joseph Yates and Eva (Fonda) Yates. He was born 8 July 1737. He is commonly called Colonel Stoeffel.
He married Jannetje Bradt, daughter of Andreas Bradt, on 16 October 1761.
He was a surveyor by profession. He served as a captain under Sir William Johnson, and was wounded. He was lieutenant-colonel of Second Regiment of New York under Colonel Abraham Wemple; detached as assistant deputy quartermaster-general under Phillip Schuyler, and as a member of his staff retired with him at Saratoga when Gates took command. He was a member of the Provincial Congress of the Committee of Public Safety and of the first Board of Regents. 
Children of Christoffel Yates and Janetje Bradt included:
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On 22 Oct 2016 at 18:20 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:
On 17 Sep 2015 at 23:45 GMT Ellen Smith wrote:
The parents attached to Yates-2285, Robert Yates and Jannetje Van Ness, lived in a later century. Did they also have a son Christoffel? If so, correct the dates on this profile to fit him. If not, please disconnect the parents and merge this with Yates-597.
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