|i.||Maria (1786-1854) Born: 18 Nov 1786, Neshanic, New Jersey. Died: 21 Apr 185410|
|ii.||Sarah (1789-1799) Born: 18 Sep 1789, Neshanic, New Jersey. Died: 8 Dec 179910|
|iii.||Catherine (1791-1791) Born: 20 Jan 1791, Neshanic, New Jersey. Died: 15 Aug 179110|
|iv.||Catherine Polly (1793-1851) Born: 28 Feb 1793, Neshanic, New Jersey. Died: 20 Jan 185110|
|v.||Domenicus (1795-1841) Born: 19 Oct 1795, Neshanic, New Jersey. Died: 11 Mar 184110|
|vi.||Sarah Van Middlesworth (1797-1852) Born: 20 Nov 1797. Christened: 4 Feb 1798 Neshanic Reformed Church, Somerset Co., New Jersey Died: 2 Jun 185210|
|vii.||Jane (1800-1800) Born: 19 Jan 1800 Neshanic, New Jersey Died: 19 Jun 180010|
In The Bergen Family, Teunis G. Bergen lists her on page 416 as:12
III. Polly Hogeland, b.(???), d.(???); m.(???), John Stryker.In History and Genealogy of the Hoagland Family in America from Their First Settlement at New Amsterdam, 1638 to 1891, Daniel Hoogland Carpenter lists her on page 89 as:11
117. Maria, baptized at Neshanic March 16, 1777; called also Polly; married John Stryker.103John Domenicus and Maria had the following children:
|i.||Jane Voorhees (Died as Infant) (1804-1805)|
|iii.||Aletta Quick (1808-1850)|
|iv.||Maria Hoagland (1810-)|
|v.||Margaret Quick (1812-1812)|
|vi.||Christopher Hoagland (1815-)|
|viii.||Magdalena Voorhees (1819-1894)|
|1||i.||John Domenicus (1758-1835)|
|vi.||Stephen D. (1765-1851)|
|ix.||James D. (1774-1857)|
The will of Johannes Stryker, from the Calendar of Wills 1781-1785:13
Johannes Stryker-Cornelia Vanderveer Family Bible Records
Gail Grutle Boughn
Copies of several family records have been recently received by the Genealogical Society of New Jersey that shed light on the descendants of Johannes Stryker and Cornelia Vanderveer. These records were found among church pew receipts in a chimney closet. [Although the church is not specified, it is likely to have been the Dutch Reformed Church of Flatbush, Long Island, New York, where many of these family members resided.]
Family Record #5391 (Genealogical Society of New Jersey)
"Johannes Stryker-hoort-Dit-bock-toegekagt-in het year onses heeven Seventeen kondert en Acht en twentig de tunden Van September - Narven nearven Style -- Johannes Stryker."
[Pim Nieuwenhuis interprets the original Dutch inscription to have been, "Johannes Stryker hoort dir boek gekocht in het jaar onses Heeren Seventien hondert en acht en twintig de tiende van September naar den niewen style," and gives the translation: "This book belongs to Johannes Stryker, who bought it in the year of our Lord 1728 on the 10th of September in the New Style [i.e. the Gregorian calendar, adopted in Holland in 1582/83 but introduced in the provinces of Utrecht and Gelderland only in 1700.]
Johannes Stryker, born 1707 February the 12th.
Kernelia (Cornelia) Vanderveer born 1711 February the 12th (month-day may be an error)
Dominicus born 1734 January the 24th Marya born 1736 September the 19th Pieter born 1739 December the 25th Marggreta born 1741 November 19 Cornelius born 1744 February 7 Cornelia born 1745 November 28 Abraham born 1747 November 30 Jacobus born 1749 September 23 Isaac born 1751 September 11 Johannes born 1753 May 3 Sara born 1755 December 22 Yonnotche Veghte born 1758 June 2"I hope that this will be the last of my family."
Also included in family record #5391:[NNC p.113]
"An act of the Family of Isaac Stryker, Sen. and Jane Veghte, his wife."
[9th child listed above]
John Stryker born March 30, 1777 Garret Veghte Stryker born Dec. 29, 1778 Cornelia born March 2, 1781 Isaac born July 15, 1782 Peter born Jan 11, 1785 Henry born May 30, 1787 Elizabeth born June 5, 1789 Gene born Jan 10, 1792 James born July 9, 1793 Abraham born Feb 8, 1795 Nicholas Veghte Stryker born Nov. 25, 1798
Family Records #5393 (Genealogical Society of New Jersey)Births:
Copy from Garret Veghte Stryker-Phoebe Brokaw Family Bible
Garret V. Stryker was born Dec 29, 1772 Phoebe Brokaw was born Aug 20, 1780 Jane V. Stryker was born Nov 7, 1805 John Brokaw Stryker was born May 5, 1808 Catherine Ditmars Stryker was born June 21, 1810 Isaac Stryker was born July 22, 1811 Sarah Ann Vanderveer Stryker was born Sept 9, 1813 Ellen Cornell Stryker was born March 9, 1815 Garret Veghte Stryker (Jr.) was born Dec 2, 1816 James Stryker was born Nov 7, 1819Deaths:
Phoebe Brokaw departed this life Aug 27, 1821 Ellen Cornell Stryker departed this life Sept 6, 1816 Sarah Brokaw departed this life March 13, 1825 [Phoebe's mother?] Garret V Stryker departed this life Dec 13, 1841.Marriages:
Garret V. Stryker and Phebe Brokaw was married on the 10th day of October 1801.
Garret V Stryker and Jane Suydam was married on the 16th day of February 1828. (his 2nd wife)
Garret V Stryker (Jr.) and Catherine Sarah Heger were married on the 18th day of December 1844.
Copy from Garret Veghte Stryker, Jr.-Catherine Sarah Reger Family Bible
Garret Veghte Stryker and Catherine Sarah Heger were married Dec 18, 1844.
Garret Veghte Stryker was born Dec 2, 1816 Catherine Sarah Heger was born March 9, 1821 John Veghte Stryker was born July 30, 1848 Silas Stryker was born Aug 11, 1849 Emma Stryker was born Sept 29, 1850 Ella Jane Stryker was born July 24, 1852 Franklin Augusta Stryker was born Aug 12, 1858
Additional notes by the submitter
The parents of Johannes Stryker: An earlier publication of Strycker Family Bible records, (Oct 1923, volume LIV of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, "Bible Records, Suydam, Ditmas, Rhinelander and Strycker", contributed by Josephine C. Frost.) documents Johannes Stryker as the son of Jan Strycker and his first wife, Margarita Schenk. This Bible record states that Johannes Stryker was the second son "onse twede zoon" born Feb 12/1707 on Friday at 8 o'clock in the morning. The first child "onse eerste kindt" was Pieter born on September 4, 1705 on Thursday afternoon.
Given the Dutch tradition of naming children after alternate paternal and maternal family members, it is interesting to determine the origin of Johannes and Cornelia's children's names. It is my belief that Johannes Strycker and Cornelia Vanderveer named their third and fourth children after his mother and his paternal grandfather, Pieter. It is unusual that no child was named Jan (or John) after Johannes' father. Perhaps an infant, older than Pieter, perhaps even by other wife, died and was not recorded.
The parents of Cornelia Vanderveer: It is reasonable to conclude that 1) Dominicus and Marya (Maria) are family names from Cornelia Vanderveer's side. 2) Cornelia herself is likely named for a grandmother or great-grandmother. And 3) given her birth year of 1711, Cornelia's parents were almost certainly born before 1692. The most likely candidates for Cornelia's parents are Dominicus Cornelisse Vanderveer (baptized 16 November 1679 in the DRC of Flatbush, Long Island, New York), and Maria Margaretta Van Noortwyck, (born ? in the Netherlands, died 21 September 1712 in Flatbush). This couple was married in the DRC of Flatbush soon after their marriage license was granted on 28 January 1702/03. Their first child Cornelius was born about 1704. Maria Van Noortwyck's parents were Adrianus Van Noortwyck and Cornelia Van Wesel -- Cornelia Vanderveer's maternal grandmother. Any proof or dis-proof of these conclusions would be deeply appreciated.
Gail Grutle Boughn is a descendant of Cornelius Janse Vanderveer, the 1649 immigrant to Flatbush, Long Island. She specializes in research into all branches of the Vanderveer family tree. Vanderveer descendants currently number over 7,000 in her data bases. She welcomes inquiries and information exchange.
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1784, Sept. 15. Stryker, Johannes, of Sowerland, Somerset Co.: will of. Son, Domanicus, farm where he lives, and the wood lot on Sowerland Mountains, of 80 acres: also 1/2 of the farm where I live, which will be 200 acres. Son, Isaac, other 1/2 of my farm. One-eighth of £1,900 to son, Domanicus, 1/8 to son, Peter, 1/8 to son, Isaac, 1/8 to children of my son, Jacobus, deceased, 1/8 to my daughter, Maria, 1/8 to daughter, Margaret, 1/8 to my daughter, Sarah, and 1/8 to remain in hands of Executors, with interest for use of my daughter, Cornelia, during her life, and, after her death to her children. To children of daughter, Cornelia, house and lot in New Shanneck; but my daughter may live in it with her present husband. Son, Abraham, and his wife, Annatye, use of my farm where I live, and, if Annatye marry again, the farm to be sold, and 1/2 the money given to Johannes, son of Abraham, and £100 to my daughter-in-law, Annatye, and rest to my sons, Peter and Isaac, and children of my son, Jacobus, and the said Johannes Stryker. Rest to be sold, and money given to sons, Domenicus, Peter, Isaac, and children of son, Jacobus, and my daughters, Maria, Margaret and Sarah, except £30 which I paid for my son-in-law, Evert Brokaw, to be kept in hands of Executors for the use of my daughter, Cornelia. Executors--sons, Domenicus, Peter and Isaac. Witnesses--Daniel Polhameus, Cornelius Kershaw, Abraham Wilson. Proved Feb. 7, 1785.Jacobus had obviously died prior to Sept. 1784. Sons Johannes and Cornelius did not live to maturity or died before Sept. 1784, as did Yonnotche Veghte Stryker, since Johannes divided his inheritance 8 ways, including his grandchildren from his son, Jacobus.13
1784, Nov. 1. Inventory, made by Isaac Van Nuys and Daniel Polhameus.
Lib. 27, p. 395
|xii.||Yonnotche Veghte1 (1758-)|
"Jan Strycker and Margarita Schenck (his first wife) had a son, Johannes (44), born February 21, 1707, married Cornelia Duryea, 1733."In Early Settlers, Teunis G. Bergen refers to her on p.324 in the family of Dominicus (Cornelise) Vanderveer simply as:3
Jan (Pieterse) of Flh, b. Aug. 6, 1684; m. 1st, 1705, Maragrita Schenck; m. 2d, Feb. 17, 1722, Sara dau. of Michael Hansen Bergen; d. Aug. 17, 1770. Will da. Oct. 4, 1768; pro. Sept. 15, 1770; rec. p. 314, Lib. 27, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Pieter of the Raritan, b. Sept. 14, 1705, m. Antie Deremer; Johannes of the Raritan, b. Feb. 12, 1707; Annetje, b. Dec. 20, 1708, m. Roelof Cowenhoven of N. J.; Madalena, b. Dec. 19, 1710, m. Aert Middagh of Brn; Maragreta, b. May 24, 1713, d. young; Abraham of the Raritan, b. Aug. 4, 1715, m. Ida Ryder and Catrina Cornell; Lammetje, b. Feb. 11, 1716, m. Gerret Stoothoff, and Jan Amerman; Jacobus of the Raritan, b. Sept. 29, 1718, m. Geestie Duryee and Jannetje (???); Maragrita, b. Dec. 9, 1719, m. Jacobus Cornell; Mighiel or Michiel of Flh, b. Mar. 4, 1723, m. Hanna Stryker; Femmetje, b. June 19, 1725, m. Jacobus Vanderveer; Barent, b. Nov. 13, 1728; and Sara, b. June 15, 1731. Signed his name "Jan Strycker."From Francis Bazley Lee, editor, Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, 1907, p.668:4
(19) Jan Strycker (son of Pieter Strycker and Annetje Barends) was born August 6, 1684, married (first) Margarita, daughter of Johannes Schenck, of Bushwick, Long Island, in 1704. She died August, 1721. He married (second) Sarah, daughter of Michael Hansey Bergen, of Brooklyn, Long Island, February 17, 1722. She was baptized June 2, 1678, died July 15, 1760. He died August 17, 1770. He was one of the Sachems of the Tammany Society. He was a member of Captain Domenicas Vandervere's company, Kings County Militia, in 1715. He resided in Flatbush and seems to have had considerable landed property there. Jan Strycker and Margarita Schenck (his first wife) had a son, Johannes (44), born February 21, 1707, married Cornelia Duryea [Wrong -- Cornelia was not a Duryea but a Vanderveer -- Webmaster], 1733. His will is recorded February 7, 1785. He settled about three-fourths of a mile from Harlingen, thirteen miles from New Brunswick, about half way between the Sourland mountains and the Millstone river. He increased the share of land given him through the estate of his grandfather, Pieter (9), by the purchase of large tracts of land from Dollun Hegeman, March 26, 1750, and from Hendrick Van Dyck, December 22, 1757.On 19 Apr 1704 when Jan Pieterse was 19, he married Margrita SCHENCK,1,3 in Kings County, New York.
|v.||Maragreta3 (Died as Child) (1713-)|
Dominicus (Cornelise) of Flh, bp. Nov. 16, 1679; m. 1st Jannetje (???); (sup.) m. 2d, Feb. 7, 1702-3, Maria Margreta Nortlyck or Van Orteck. His name appears on the Flh rec. in 1704, '27, and '49, in relation to salt-meadows and church funds. Was sheriff of Kings Co. in 1736. Issue:--Dominicus of Flh, m. Elizabeth Laquire; Catlyntje, bp. July 25, 1715; Jannetje, bp. June 21, 1719; Jacobus of the Raritan, N. J., bp. Dec. 10, 1721, m. Femmetje Strycker; (sup.) Tunis of Freehold, m. Aeltje Schenck; Neeltje, bp. July 9, 1727, m. Peter Lott of N. L.; Jeremias of N. L., bp. Mar. 30, 1729, m. Elizabeth Ditmas; Antje, bp. Oct. 17, 1731; Jan of Flh, bp. Aug. 19, 1733--all bp. in N. U.; (sup.) Cornelia; (sup.) Cornelius of Shrewsbury, m. Matje or Marytje Schenck; and (sup.) Hendrick of Monmouth Co., N. J., m. Neeltje Van Cleef. Signed his name "Dominicus Van der veer."On 28 Jan6 or Feb. 7, 1702/35,7 Dominicus Cornelise married Maria VAN NOORTWYCK,1,5,6 in the Dutch Reformed Church of Flatbush, Flatbush, Long Island, New York.3
This couple was married in the DRC of Flatbush soon after their marriage license was granted on 28 January 1702/03. Their first child Cornelius was born about 1704. Maria Van Noortwyck's parents were Adrianus Van Noortwyck and Cornelia Van Wesel -- Cornelia Vanderveer's maternal grandmother.
Pieter (Janse) of Flh, b. Nov. 1, 1653; m. May 29, 1681, Annetje Barends or Joosten; d. June 11, 1741; took the oath of allegiance in Flh in 1687 as a native; on ass. roll of said town of 1683 and cen. of 1698; on patent of 1685; andFrom Francis Bazley Lee, editor, Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, 1907, p.667+668:4
capt. of militia in 1689, as per p. 190 of Cal. of Eng. Man. Will da. Apl. 13, 1729; pro. May 27, 1742; rec. p. 251, Lib. 14, N. Y. surr. off. Issue:--Lammetje, b. Mar. 20, 1682, d. young; Lammetje, b. Feb. 16, 1683, d. young; John of Flh, b. Aug. 6, 1684; Barent, b. Sept. 3, 1686, d. young; Jacob of the Raritan, b. Aug. 24, 1688; Barent of the Raritan, b. Sept. 14, 1690; Hendrick, b. Dec. 3, 1692, d. young; Pieter of Flh, b. Feb. 12, 1697; Hendrick of Flh and Brn, b. Feb. 18, 1699; and Lammetje, b. Dec. 21, 1700, m. 1st Johannes Lott, m. 2d Christiaens Lupardus. Signed his name "Pieter Strycker."
[Page 667]From New York Historical Society, Abstracts of Wills, Vol. III 1730-1744, 1894, p.363, (corrected):8
(9) His [Jan Stryker's] son, Pieter, born November 1, 1653, in Flatbush, married Annetje Barends, May 29, 1681, died June 11, 1741. She died June 17, 1717. He was one of the patentees of the town of Flatbush named in the Dongan patent, November 12, 1685. He was high sheriff of Kings county, Long Island, commissioned November 2, 1683; judge of the court from 1720 to 1722. On December 27, 1689, we find him a captain of foot militia. His residence in Flatbush, torn down about forty years ago, was a stately Holland brick building in quaint Dutch style, with the letters "P. S. 1696" over the doorway, and certainly its appearance indicated a home of genuine hospitality. Garret Stryker (528) lives on this property today, it having never passed out of the family. (See Vanderbilt's Social History of Flatbush, p. 214.)
On June 1, 1710, he purchased of the three brothers, Aert, Matthew and David Aerson, of Brockland, Kings county, New York, the four thousand acres on Millstone river in Somerset county, New Jersey, which they had received by a patent from the proprietors of East Jersey, January 9, 1702. This deed is still in existence.
It does not appear that he ever lived on this property, but his sons, Jacob and Barent, and his grandsons, the four sons of Jan (19), removed from Flatbush and settled in Somerset county, New Jersey.
LIBER 14.On 29 May 1681 when Pieter was 27, he married Annetje Joosten BARENDS.3,4
Page 251.--In the name of God, Amen, April 23, 1729. I, PETER STRYCKER, of Flatbush, in Kings County, being in health. I leave to my 7 children, John, Jacob, Barent, Peter, Hendrick, Zytie, wife of Aris Vanderbilt, and Lumitie, wife of Johanes Lott, all my personal estate, except that my son John shall have my silver hilted sword. I leave to my wife Aertie the use of the "Great southern room in my dwelling house in Flatbush, with liberty to pass through the house to the well to fetch water, or any other business, and she is to be maintained with all necessaries." I make my sons John and Peter executors.
Witnesses, Martin Schenck, Adrian Hegeman, S. Gerritson. Proved, March 27, 1742.
|8||iii.||Jan Pieterse (1684-1770)|
LIBER 16.In about 1683 Johannes married Maria Magdalena DE HAES,3 in Middleberg, Netherlands.
Page 230.--In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHANES SCHENCK, of Bushwyck, in Kings County, Gent., being in a declining condition of body, I leave to my grandson, Johanes Deyea, £10 and my silver-headed cane.
To my grand son, Johanes Schenck, Jr., my small cane. The rest of my estate I leave to the children of my daughter Susanah, wife of Johanes Johnson, and to the children of my son Johanes, and to the children of my son Peter, deceased, and to the children of my daughter Margaritie, wife of John Strycker, and to the children of my daughter Cornelia, wife of Charles Deyea. I make my sons-in-law, John Strycker and Charles Deyea, executors.
Dated January 4, 1745. Witnesses, Hendrick Van Ende, Joost Duryea, Cornelius Berrien, Jr. Proved, February 28, 1747.
|i.||Johannes3 (Died as Child) (~1684-)|
VANDERVEER, CORNELIS JANSE (from the ferry), the common ancestor of the family, emigrated in 1659 from Alkmaar in North Holland; m. Tryntje Gillis de Mandeville. Bought Feb. 24, 1678-9, of Jan Janse Fyn for 2600 gl. a farm in Flh lying S. of the purchaser's farm, as per p. 57 of Lib. AA of Flh rec., from which it is evident that he was a resident of Flh at this date. The purchaser's farm referred to in the above description was probably a tract of 26 morgens in Flh, patented Mar. 12, 1661, by Gov. Stuyvesant to "Cornelis Janse," lying on the N. side of the land of Jan Snediker. His name appears as a mag. of Flh in 1678 and '80, and on the patent of said town of 1685. Issue:--Cornelis Junr; Neeltje Cornelise, m. Daniel Polhemus; Dominicus Cornelise, bp. Nov. 16, 1679, in Flds; Jan Cornelise; (sup.) Jacobus Cornelise; Micheal Cornelise; Maria Cornelise, bp. July 30, 1682, in Flh; Hendrikje Cornelise, bp. May 17, 1684, (sup.) m. Johannes Wyckoff; Jakoba Cornelise, bp. Apl. 29, 1686, in Brn, (sup.) m. John Cowenhoven of N. J.; and Pieter Cornelise. Signed his name "Cornelis Janse Vande Veer."From the website "The Van Der Veer Name in America," Steve Vandiver, hostmaster:5
Cornelius Janszen Van Der Veer b. 1622 or ~1642 d. before 22 Feb 1703Posted by Jerry D. Vandiver on June 7, 1999:14
He arrived in the America on Feb 17, 1659 on the ship De Otter, landing at Midwout, what is now Flatbush, NY. In Feb 1678 he purchased a farm in Flatbush for about 2600 guilders or $1274 current US dollars. In 1683 The Assement Roll of Midwout lists him as having 100 acres. This land became known as the 26th and 32nd ward of Brooklyn and was owned by his descendents until 1906. He and his son-in-law Daniel Polhemus, erected a grist mill on Fresh Kill in Flatbush, which came into the hands of his son Dominicus, and later his grandson Cornelius. He died in Feb, 1703 in Flatbush, NY.
In 1672, he married Tryntje [Grietje] De Manderville b.1654 in Guildeland, Holland, daughter of Gillis De Manderville and Eltje Hendrickson. She died in Flatbush, NY. She arrived the America in 1659 with her parents. Different records refer to her father leaving Holland 12 Feb 1659 on the ship De Trouw ( Faith) or arriving on Apr 1659 on the Moesman (The Market Gardener). A ship listing of the Moesman in Apr 1659 show Gillis Mandeville as a passenger.
They had the following children:Cornelius Van Der Veer b.~1673Origins of Cornelius Janszen Van Der Veer
Neeltje Van Der Veer, born in Flatbush, Kings, NY. m. 13 Aug 1685 Daniel Polhemus b~1662 d. ~1730 in Flatbush, NY
Dominicus Van Der Veer b.~1679 d. 1755 New Utrech, NY
Jan Cornelise Van Der Veer, b. abt 1671 Flatbush, NY d. 23 Nov 1732 in Flatbush, NY m. Femmetje Bergen
Jacobus Cornelise Van Der Veer, b. 20 Oct 1686 in Flatbush, Kings, NY
Michael Van Der Veer, born Flatbush, Kings, NY [m. Beletje ]
Martje Van Der Veer, born Flatbush, Kings, NY and christened 30 Jul 1682 d. abt 1718 m. 1699 John Dorlant
ch. John Darland Oct 1707, Joris Darland b. Apr 1711, Issac Darland b. Apr 1717 all in Brooklyn, Richmond, NY
Hendrickje [Cornelissen] Van Der Veer, born Flatbush, Kings, NY and christened 7 May or 27 Aug, 1684. m.(1) Issac Remsen [ (2) Johanus Wyckoff.]
Jacoba Van Der Veer, born Flatbush, Kings, NY and christened 20 Apr 1686. m. Jan Van Kovenhoven [ d. Monmonth, NJ ]
Pieter Van Der Veer, born Flatbush, Kings, NY
The origins of Cornelius Van der Veer is in question at present, one version based on the book "The Van Der Veer Family in the Netherlands" Louis P. DeBoer - Published 1913 and work by John J. Van Der Veer in 1912, which indicates that Cornelius came from Allkmaar, Holland, The Netherlands. While DeBoer's book is a good match for the movements of the Dutch people during the colonial period, the connection to the Van Borsselen family is probably optimistic. Curious is that the village of Borssele is just a few miles from Kloetinge where the other opinion indicates he's from. The second opinion is that he may have been called Cornelius Jansz Dominicus based on a document from Dordrecht, The Netherlands dated 20 Jun 1706. This document states that Dominicus Domincussen Van Der Veer of Midwout, New York is to recover monies owed his father Cornelius Dominicus by a brother named Jacob Dominicus living near the city of Goes. Clearly within this document it refers to Cornelius Van Der Veer's family in New York and lists him as using the name Cornelius Dominicus and Cornelius Leeuw. Cornelius used the name Cornelius De Seeuw on several occasions in New York, but the use of Leeuw is somewhat of a question however since that translates to Cornelius Lion and Cornelius Seeuw translates to Cornelius of Zeeland. Zeeland being a providence in south part of the Netherlands, containing the villiages of Veere, Kloetinge, Goes, Welmelding, and Borssele, all of which have been associated with the Van Der Veer and Dominicus names. From other unconfirmed references I have recently found, Cornelius Dominicus of Kloetinge, did have a brother Jacob Dominucus of whom was selling land on Cornelius Dominicus's behalf. In a reference to a land transaction dated 15 Feb 1658 in Wemeldinge, it refers to Cornelius being out to the county and in another reference it refers to his being out of the country and his property was heavily in debt. This may have prompted him to leave for Niew Amsterdam to seek his fortune. I have yet to find a record to indicate where Cornelius Dominicus left for. Veere is approx 25 miles away from Kloetinge and therefore quite possible that Cornelius Dominicus adopted Van Der Veer in favor of Dominicus in Niew Amsterdam.
Passenger list of the ship De Otter landing 17 Feb 1659Captain Cornelius Reyers Van Der Beetsref: Year Book of The Holland Society of New York 19025
Carel Bevois, from Leyden, wife and three children, 3, 6, and 8 years old
Marten Warnarts Stoltin, from Swoll
Cornelius Jansen Van Der Veer, farmer
Jan Luycas, shoemaker, from Oldenzeel, wife and young child
Roeloff Dircxsz, from Sweden
Sweris Dirxsz, from Sweden
Jacob Janszen Van Der Veer (#3 below) was the father of Femmetye (Pheobe) Vanderveer, who married Jacob Van Doren. In a portion of the Will mentioned here (which I did not copy), he left land to his grandson Jacob Van Doren, son of his daughter Femmetye Van Doren. If you can, check out his Will in more detail:From the private research of Steve Vandiver, "Descendants of Adriaen Jansse," 1999:6
1. Cornelius Jansen (Dominicus) Vanderveer was probably born around 1640 in the Zeeland Province of The Netherlands, and died around 1703 on Long Island. He arrived aboard "the Otter" in 1659, and probably married Tryntie Mandeville around 1762-5. They had 6 children that reached maturity - Neeltje, Jan Cornelise, Dominicus, Maria, Hendrickje and Jacoba. For details see The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. LXVIII, No. 3, July 1937, "Early Generations of the Vanderveer Family" by Lester Dunbar Mapes.
2. Jan Cornelise Vanderveer was born around 1665 on Long Island. He married Femmetje Bergen on 9 January 1695, and had died by 29 November 1732 in Flatbush, Kings Co., New York. They had 10children - Catryntje, Cornelius, Michael, Teunis, Jacobus, Jan, Hendrick, Johannes, Femmetje, and Sarah. A deed dated 29 Nov 1732 was signed by each of his children, which also indicated where they resided. Tunis was a resident of Monmouth Co., New Jersey, and Jacob, Hendrick and Catryntje (Van Nuys) resided in Somerset Co. Of these 4, the article mentioned above only details the family of Tunis, from this point the only references I have are Wills.
3. Jacob Jansen Vanderveer was born 6 March 1703/4 in Flatbush, and died at Bedminster, Somerset Co., New Jersey before 12 February 1777. I don't know who his wife was, but he was well to do and owned large amounts of property in New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia. He had 6 children - Joseph, John, Femmetje, Lawrence, Jacobus, and Elias. John died without children by 1771, and was not listed in his fatherís Will, though he was executor for his brother Joseph. Jacobís Will (along with the initial donations to churches) gives the following information about land:
New Jersey Wills, Liber 18, pgs 558-9. "To the elders or trustees of the Low Dutch Churches at Raritan, Readington, Sowerland and New Shaneck ... to my grandson Jacob, son of my son Joseph, the house and lot in Mecklenburg in Virginia, which I bought of Thomas Thornburg and 100 acres near Swearingerís Ferry in Maryland at Potomac river in Frederick Co. which I purchased of David Shepherd ... to my granddaughter Femmetye, daughter of my son Joseph the lot in Mecklenburg, Virginia which I bought of Shaplin and 62 acres in Frederick Co., Maryland ... to my son Lowrens 430 acres on which he lives ... to my son Jacobus the land over the river (Hunterdon Co.) ... to my son Elias, my dwelling land, 435 acres and 20 acres over the river ... to son Lowrens 300 acres in Virginia ... to daughter Femmetje land in Virginia bought of Jacob Van Meter, 97 acres ... to son Elias land in Virginia bought of Edward and Robert Lucas ..."
The Will does not indicate the size of the property in Hunterdon County given to his son Jacob, but I would assume it was equivalent in value (if not size) to the properties he gave his other children.
6. CORNELIUS JANSE (DOMINICUS)6 VANDERVEER (JAN CORNELISSE5 DOMINICUS, CORNELIUS4, DOMINICUS3 JANSSE, JAN2 ADRIAENSE, ADRIAEN1 JANSSE) was born 03 Mar 1622/23 in prob. Zeeland, The Netherlands, and died c. 22 Feb 1702/03 in Flatbush, Kings Co., NY. He married TRYNTIE MANDEVILLE c. 1669 in Flatbush, Kings Co., NY, daughter of JILLIS MANDEVIELL and ELSIE HENDRICKS.Between about 1666 and 1672 Cornelius Janse married Tryntie MANDEVILLE,5,6 in Flatbush, Kings Co, New York.5,6
More About CORNELIUS JANSE (DOMINICUS) VANDERVEER:
Immigrated: Feb 1658/59, Aboard the ship "Otter".
Children of CORNELIUS VANDERVEER and TRYNTIE MANDEVILLE are:
i. NEELTJE CORNELISE7 VANDERVEER, b. c. 1670, Long Island, NY; m. DANIEL POLHEMUS, 28 Jun 1685, Long Island, NY.
ii. JAN CORNELIUSE VANDERVEER, b. c. 1671, Flatbush, Long Island, NY; d. 23 Nov 1732, Flatbush, Long Island, NY; m. FEMMETJE BERGEN, 09 Jan 1694/95, Long Island, NY.
iii. DOMINICUS VANDERVEER, b. c. 16 Nov 1679, Flatbush, Long Island, NY; d. c. 1750, Flatbush, Long Island, NY; m. (1) MARIA VAN NORTWICK, 28 Jan 1702/03, Flatbush, Long Island, NY; m. (2) JANNETTIE VAN NORSTRAND, c. 1718, Flatbush, Long Island, NY.
iv. MARYKE VANDERVEER, b. c. 30 Jul 1682.
v. HENDRIKJE VANDERVEER, b. c. 27 Aug 1684.
vi. JACOBA VANDERVEER, b. c. 29 Apr 1686.
The remaining 6 names above match existing evidence. There are 3 primary references which establish the adult children of Cornelius and Tryntie:
1) In the Documentary History of New York by E. B. O'Callaghan, MD, volume 3, page 137, a "Census of 1698 at Flatbush (Midwout)" lists the following:Men Women Children Cornelius Vanderveer 1 1 4 Jan Vander Veer 1 1 2Since Neeltje married in 1685 to Daniel Polhemus, and there are no other listings of Vanderveers, the number of children at 6 checks out.
2) On 5 May 1704 an agreement is filed between John Cornelisse Vanderveer, "Minikes" Vanderveer, Daniel Polhemus (husband of Neeltje), John Durlant (husband of Marykje), Hendrickje and "Coba" Vanderveer with "Tryntje Vanderveer, widow and relict of Cornelius Vanderveer, late of Flatbush, Kings Co." This matches the 6 children listed.
3) The document dated 20 June 1706 which is cited as proving Cornelius Janszen Vanderveer was known as "Dominicus" in the Netherlands, is signed by the following:
Treijnte Jillis, widow of Cornelius Jansz. Dominicus, commonly called Cornelius de Zeeuw
Jan Dominicus (son)
Daniel Polhemus, and his wife Neeltie Dominicus
Jan Dorlant, and his wife Maria Dominicus
Isaack Remsen, and his wife Hendericje Dominicus
Jan Cowenhoven, and his wife Jacoba Dominicus
giving power of attorney to "Dominicus Dominicussen van der Veer" to collect 3,200 guilders from "Jacob Jansz. Dominicus," his father's brother, which has been owing to his father "Cornelius Jansz. Dominicus" since 24 Mar 1671 for a sale of land. Interestingly, the document was indirectly enclusive of all 3 names by which Cornelius was known - Dominicus, de Zeeuw and "van der Veer". This list of 5 children giving power of attorney to the 6th again matches the list above.
|i.||Neeltje Cornelise7,9,6 (1667-)|
|ii.||Jan Cornelius6,5,3 (~1671-1732)|
|10||iii.||Dominicus Cornelise (ca. 1679-1755)|
|iv.||Maryke6 (ca. 1682-~1718)|
|v.||Hendrickje5,6 (ca. 1684-)|
|vi.||Jacoba Cornelisse6 (ca. 1686-)|
Tryntje [Grietje] De Manderville b.1654 in Guildeland, Holland, daughter of Gillis De Manderville and Eltje Hendrickson. She died in Flatbush, NY. She arrived in America in 1659 with her parents. Different records refer to her father leaving Holland 12 Feb 1659 on the ship De Trouw ( Faith) or arriving on Apr 1659 on the Moesman (The Market Gardener). A ship listing of the Moesman in Apr 1659 show Gillis Mandeville as a passenger.22 Rev. Adrianus VAN NOORTWYCK.1,5 Born about 1660.
"Cornelia Van Wesell or Wesselen wid. of Do. Lupardius."3