Ancestral Report for Krewson, Flora Elvira

Generation 1

1. Krewson, Flora Elvira. Flora Elvira was born on 1878-08-12 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA. She died on 1955-08-19 in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada. Flora Elvira was the daughter of Krewson, Orson Clark and Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth. She married Wight, Clarence Edward on 1901-03-12 in Gibbon Nebraska USA.

Wight, Clarence Edward. Clarence Edward was born on 1876-12-30 in Cambridge Illinois USA. He died on 1964-02-19 in Saskatchewan Canada. Clarence Edward was the son of Wight, William Kimball and Eastman, Mary Sophia.

Notes for Krewson, Flora Elvira

Arrived Sask with 6 children by train Mar 23 1911 to join husband. Lived in two granaries until house was built. Very efficient and capable. From The Ties That Bind: In 1910 Clarence Wight, age thirty-four, came from Gibbon, Nebraska to Saskatchewan where his two brothers Lucien and Harold had purchased land. He bought Sec.28-12-17 from A. Hitchcock, a land dealer. He never knew that section had previously been Indian Script land bought from the Indians for only $1.77 an acre. The virgin prairie he broke with horse power and a very large tractor. In March of 1911 his wife Vira and family of six, Gaylord nine, Marjorie seven, Myrtle five, Wayne three, Mildred two and Marian three months, arrived by train. They stayed for a short while with Lucien and Eloise Wight on Sec.16-12-17 where the children all came down with measles which they had picked up on the train. In the spring they moved to Sec.28 into two granaries until a house was completed. Vira was always very proud of how neatly she kept her home in the granaries. Harold and Lottie Wight lived one mile west of Luciens' on the Milestone Grade. Lottie and Eloise could not get Vira to answer her phone until they remembered that her ring in Gibbon had been two long and two short. When they rang that, she answered immediately. Her ring was soon changed. Vira had a conch shell, a family heirloom which her grandfather had brought back from California from the gold rush of 1849. She would blow on the sawed off end to call the men to meals. They could hear her two long and two short four miles away. For a while Vira, who had taught school in Nebraska, held school classes in her living room for the family and some neighbor children. Later Gaylord, Marjorie and Myrtle attended Crocus Plains school. In 1912 Clarence Wight, F. Lindley and C.Kinter formed a committee to petition to have Knox school built. Clarence acted as secretary and M. D. Swank was chairman of the first school board. Knox school #826 was built on Sec. 33-12-17 one and a quarter miles north of the Wight home. The school children attended Knox when it opened in 1913. In 1915, May was bom. Marian died in 1916 of complications following whooping cough. Calvin was bom in 1918. After the children started to Knox, the family got a Ficeton phone. It served a special need during the flu epidemic in 1918, as there was no doctor in Riceton and folks would phone Vira to call the dector from Lang. It became a chore in the middle of the night, so finally Clarence joined the two lones and let the Riceton people phone straight through. The telephone company did not approve of this action and gave the Wights the choice of phones. They, of course, opted to keep the Lang line as they also needed the service of the doctor quite often. In 1944 Clarence retired from farming and they moved toYellowGrass.

Children of Krewson, Flora Elvira and Wight, Clarence Edward

i. Wight, May Elvira. She was born on 1915-05-24 in Saskatchewan Canada. She died on 2005-05-11 in Regina Saskatchewan Canada.

ii. Wight, Gaylord.

iii. Wight, Marjorie.

iv. Wight, Myrtle.

v. Wight, Wayne.

vi. Wight, Mildred.

vii. Wight, Marion.

viii. Wight, Calvin.

More about Krewson, Flora Elvira and Wight, Clarence Edward:

Marriage: 1901-03-12, Gibbon Nebraska USA.

Generation 2

2. Krewson, Orson Clark. Orson Clark was born on 1851-03-17 in Indiana USA. He died on 1928-09-08 in Saskatchewan Canada. Orson Clark was the son of Krewson, Simon and Gilkison, Margaret. He married Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth on 1874-10-14.

3. Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth. Sarah Elizabeth was born on 1853-04-12 in Wells County Indiana USA. She died on 1927-07-06 in Gibbon Nebraska USA. Sarah Elizabeth was the daughter of Osborn, Levi and Ashburn, Catherine Jane.

Notes for Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth

his sister Mary married Orson's brother Orian

Children of Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth and Krewson, Orson Clark

i. Krewson, Flora Elvira. She was born on 1878-08-12 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA. She died on 1955-08-19 in Weyburn Saskatchewan Canada.

ii. Krewson, Elwin.

iii. Krewson, Lois Amine.

iv. Krewson, Clara Albina.

v. Krewson, Ernest.

More about Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth and Krewson, Orson Clark:

Marriage: 1874-10-14.

Generation 3

4. Krewson, Simon. Simon was born on 1815-12-17 in Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1863-03-15. Simon was the son of Krewson, Joshua and , Fanny. He married Gilkison, Margaret.

5. Gilkison, Margaret. Margaret was born on 1815-12-18. She died on 1896-01-23 in Wells County Indiana USA. Margaret was the daughter of Gilkison, Thomas.

Children of Gilkison, Margaret and Krewson, Simon

i. Krewson, Orson Clark. He was born on 1851-03-17 in Indiana USA. He died on 1928-09-08 in Saskatchewan Canada.

ii. Krewson, Thomas.

iii. Krewson, Clarissa.

iv. Krewson, John.

v. Krewson, Sarah.

vi. Krewson, Orian.

6. Osborn, Levi. Levi was born on 1827-08-12 in Canfield Trumbull County Ohio USA. He died on 1913-09-02 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA. Levi was the son of Osborn, Jacob and Harris, Elizabeth. He married Ashburn, Catherine Jane on 1850-05-13 in Trumbull County Ohio USA.

7. Ashburn, Catherine Jane. Catherine Jane was born on 1825-12-19 in Columbiana County Ohio USA. She died on 1914-05-16 in Wells County Indiana USA. Catherine Jane was the daughter of Ashburn, Joseph and Hart, Elizabeth.

Children of Ashburn, Catherine Jane and Osborn, Levi

i. Osborn, Sarah Elizabeth. She was born on 1853-04-12 in Wells County Indiana USA. She died on 1927-07-06 in Gibbon Nebraska USA.

ii. Osborn, Joseph.

iii. Osborn, Mary.

iv. Osborn, Jacob.

v. Osborn, Elias.

vi. Osborn, William.

vii. Osborn, Ettie.

viii. Osborn, Margaret.

More about Ashburn, Catherine Jane and Osborn, Levi:

Marriage: 1850-05-13, Trumbull County Ohio USA.

Generation 4

8. Krewson, Joshua. Joshua was born on 1784-01-18 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. He died in Indiana USA. Joshua was the son of Krewson, Simon and Jones, Rebecca. He married , Fanny.

9. , Fanny.

Children of , Fanny and Krewson, Joshua

i. Krewson, Simon. He was born on 1815-12-17 in Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1863-03-15.

10. Gilkison, Thomas.

Notes for Gilkison, Thomas

arrived from Ireland aged 16

Children of unknown and Gilkison, Thomas

i. Gilkison, Margaret. She was born on 1815-12-18. She died on 1896-01-23 in Wells County Indiana USA.

12. Osborn, Jacob. Jacob was born on 1793-03-26 in Loudon County Virginia USA. He died on 1839-08-12 in Newton Falls Trumbull County Ohio USA. Jacob was the son of Osborn, John and Fix, Mary. He married Harris, Elizabeth on 1826-02-12 in Trumbull County Ohio USA.

Notes for Osborn, Jacob

children by first marriage: Elias, Harmon, Mary, Aaron

13. Harris, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on 1807-03-10 in Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1839. Elizabeth was the daughter of Harris, James and Woodward, Alice.

Children of Harris, Elizabeth and Osborn, Jacob

i. Osborn, Levi. He was born on 1827-08-12 in Canfield Trumbull County Ohio USA. He died on 1913-09-02 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA.

ii. Osborn, James.

iii. Osborn, Margaret.

iv. Osborn, Elizabeth.

v. Osborn, Eliza.

vi. Osborn, Anna.

vii. Osborn, William.

More about Harris, Elizabeth and Osborn, Jacob:

Marriage: 1826-02-12, Trumbull County Ohio USA.

14. Ashburn, Joseph. Joseph was born on 1800-12-19 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1886-10-12 in Nelson Ohio USA. Joseph was the son of Ashburn, William and Miller, Katherine. He married Hart, Elizabeth in 1825-08-00 in Ohio USA.

Notes for Ashburn, Joseph

There is an area in Loudoun County Virginia called Ashburn. It was originally called Farmwell. It was purchased in 1841 by John Janney, a Quaker, who called the property Ashburn Farm. It is likely he named the farm after family friends named Ashburn. Later the village took the name too.

15. Hart, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on 1807-05-07 in Salem Ohio USA. She died in 1896 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA. Elizabeth was the daughter of Hart, Garrett and Shields, Elizabeth.

Children of Hart, Elizabeth and Ashburn, Joseph

i. Ashburn, Catherine Jane. She was born on 1825-12-19 in Columbiana County Ohio USA. She died on 1914-05-16 in Wells County Indiana USA.

ii. Ashburn, William.

iii. Ashburn, Mary.

iv. Ashburn, Jesse.

v. Ashburn, Nelson.

vi. Ashburn, Prossor.

More about Hart, Elizabeth and Ashburn, Joseph:

Marriage: 1825-08-00, Ohio USA.

Generation 5

16. Krewson, Simon. Simon was born on 1755-03-09 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1844-11-18 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Simon was the son of Croesen, Derrick and Van Artsdalen, Margaret. He married Jones, Rebecca on 1779-01-27 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

17. Jones, Rebecca. Rebecca was born on 1751-10-03. She died on 1829-05-07 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Rebecca was the daughter of Jones, Joshua and Vansant, Hannah.

Children of Jones, Rebecca and Krewson, Simon

i. Krewson, Joshua. He was born on 1784-01-18 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. He died in Indiana USA.

ii. Krewson, Hannah.

iii. Krewson, Margaret.

iv. Krewson, Justine.

v. Krewson, Rebecca.

vi. Krewson, John.

vii. Krewson, Ann.

viii. Krewson, Nancy.

ix. Krewson, Lydia.

x. Krewson, Mary.

xi. Krewson, Elizabeth.

xii. Krewson, Phebe.

More about Jones, Rebecca and Krewson, Simon:

Marriage: 1779-01-27, Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

24. Osborn, John. John was born on 1793-03-26 in Loudon County Virginia USA. He died on 1839-08-12 in Newtown Falls Trumball County Ohio. John was the son of Osborn, Nicholas and Conard, Margaret. He married Fix, Mary in 1790 in Loudon County Virginia USA.

25. Fix, Mary. Mary was born after 1785 in Loudon County Virginia USA. She died on 1821-06-11 in Canfield Trumbull County Ohio USA.

Children of Fix, Mary and Osborn, John

i. Osborn, Jacob. He was born on 1793-03-26 in Loudon County Virginia USA. He died on 1839-08-12 in Newton Falls Trumbull County Ohio USA.

ii. Osborn, Conard.

iii. Osborn, Nicholas.

iv. Osborn, John.

v. Osborn, William.

vi. Osborn, Jonathan.

vii. Osborn, Amos.

viii. Osborn, Andrew.

ix. Osborn, Margaret.

x. Osborn, Elizabeth.

More about Fix, Mary and Osborn, John:

Marriage: 1790, Loudon County Virginia USA.

26. Harris, James. James died on 1850-09-25 in Lordstown Trumbull County Ohio USA. He married Woodward, Alice on 1830-10-08 in Trumbull County Ohio USA.

Notes for Harris, James

Born in Ireland in 1781(probably wrong). Served in the War of 1812. Left Mifflin Co PA and moved over the mountains to Lordstown to Vandervort Strawberry Farm. Listed in 1810 cencus of Mifflin County. From Descendants of Levi Osborn book: James Harris, father of Elizabeth M was probably born in the town of Milford, Mifflin County PA of Irish ancestry. His wife was Alice Woodard, and they reared a large family, some of whom are living (written in 1887), Elizabeth M, Mary, John, Thomas (deceased), Margaret, James, Ann and David (deceased), Hannah, Joseph, Robert and Rachel. Margaret, Ann, James and Hannah came to Wells county Indiana, John settled in Adams county.

27. Woodward, Alice. Alice was born on 1788-03-21 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA. She died on 1860-07-30 in Lordstown Trumbull County Ohio USA. Alice was the daughter of Woodward, Thomas and Montieth, Mary.

Notes for Woodward, Alice

Alice settled in Lordstown Trumbull County with husband James Harris

Children of Woodward, Alice and Harris, James

i. Harris, Elizabeth. She was born on 1807-03-10 in Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1839.

ii. Harris, Mary.

iii. Harris, John.

iv. Harris, Thomas.

v. Harris, Margaret.

vi. Harris, James.

vii. Harris, Ann.

viii. Harris, David.

ix. Harris, Hannah.

x. Harris, Joseph.

xi. Harris, Robert.

xii. Harris, Rachel.

More about Woodward, Alice and Harris, James:

Marriage: 1830-10-08, Trumbull County Ohio USA.

28. Ashburn, William. William was born in 1769. He died in 1828 in Pennsylvania USA. William was the son of Ashburn, Jacob and Penwell, Sarah. He married Miller, Katherine in 1793.

29. Miller, Katherine. Katherine died in 1814.

Children of Miller, Katherine and Ashburn, William

i. Ashburn, Joseph. He was born on 1800-12-19 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1886-10-12 in Nelson Ohio USA.

More about Miller, Katherine and Ashburn, William:

Marriage: 1793.

30. Hart, Garrett. Garrett was born on 1776-10-06 in Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1843-07-28 in Ohio USA. He married Shields, Elizabeth.

Notes for Hart, Garrett

They moved from Bedford County PA to Columbiana Co Ohio about the time Elizabeth was a baby. They commenced their married life on Georges Creek, near the historic town of Bedford, PA. Later they moved to Columbiana, Co., OH, making the trip on horseback; they settled near Salem. He gave ground in 1825 for a church and cemetery. Three churches have been built on this spot. The last one was built in 1866, and is still known as the Hart Church and Cemetery. He and his family are buried there. Hart was a German family.

31. Shields, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on 1784-07-10 in Bedford Pennsylvania USA. Elizabeth is the daughter of Shields, Francis and Smith, Isabel.

Children of Shields, Elizabeth and Hart, Garrett

i. Hart, Elizabeth. She was born on 1807-05-07 in Salem Ohio USA. She died in 1896 in Ossian Wells County Indiana USA.

Generation 6

32. Croesen, Derrick. Derrick was born in 1729-11-00 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. He died in 1798-07-00 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Derrick was the son of Croesen, Derrick and Van Den Bergen, Cornelia. He married Van Artsdalen, Margaret in 1751 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

33. Van Artsdalen, Margaret. Margaret was born on 1729-01-12 in Somerset New Jersey USA. She died in 1806 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. Margaret was the daughter of Van Artsdalen, Simon and Romeyn, Janetje.

Notes for Van Artsdalen, Margaret

had 11 children

Children of Van Artsdalen, Margaret and Croesen, Derrick

i. Krewson, Simon. He was born on 1755-03-09 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1844-11-18 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Croesen, Cornelia.

iii. Croesen, Derrick.

iv. Croesen, Jane.

v. Croesen, John.

vi. Croesen, Elizabeth.

vii. Croesen, Christopher.

viii. Croesen, Alice.

ix. Croesen, Jacob.

x. Croesen, Hannah.

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Marriage: 1751, Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

34. Jones, Joshua. Joshua was born about 1730. He died on 1781-12-10 in Lower Dublin County Philadelphia USA. He married Vansant, Hannah.

Notes for Jones, Joshua

related in some way to Joshau, John and Samuel Jones also called Justice or Justin

35. Vansant, Hannah. Hannah was born about 1732.

Children of Vansant, Hannah and Jones, Joshua

i. Jones, Rebecca. She was born on 1751-10-03. She died on 1829-05-07 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Jones, John.

iii. Jones, Hannah.

iv. Jones, Margaret.

v. Jones, Shadrach.

vi. Jones, Joshua.

48. Osborn, Nicholas. Nicholas was born in 1727 in Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1814-06-30 in Trumbull County Ohio USA. Nicholas was the son of Osborn, Richard. He married Conard, Margaret in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

49. Conard, Margaret. Margaret was born in 1735 in Upper Salford Montgomery County Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1804 in Loudon County Virginia USA. Margaret was the daughter of Cunred, Anthony and Hatfield, Sarah.

Children of Conard, Margaret and Osborn, Nicholas

i. Osborn, John. He was born on 1793-03-26 in Loudon County Virginia USA. He died on 1839-08-12 in Newtown Falls Trumball County Ohio.

ii. Osborn, Jonathan.

iii. Osborn, Elizabeth.

iv. Osborn, Sarah.

v. Osborn, Abraham.

vi. Osborn, Richard.

vii. Osborn, Anthony.

viii. Osborn, Aaron.

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Marriage: Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

54. Woodward, Thomas. Thomas was born on 1759-03-04 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Thomas is the son of Woodward, James and Thornborough, Sarah Alice. He married Montieth, Mary.

55. Montieth, Mary.

Children of Montieth, Mary and Woodward, Thomas

i. Woodward, Alice. She was born on 1788-03-21 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA. She died on 1860-07-30 in Lordstown Trumbull County Ohio USA.

ii. Woodward, David.

iii. Woodward, John.

56. Ashburn, Jacob. Jacob was born in 1740. He died in 1790. Jacob was the son of Ashburner, William and Adkinson, Sarah. He married Penwell, Sarah.

57. Penwell, Sarah.

Children of Penwell, Sarah and Ashburn, Jacob

i. Ashburn, William. He was born in 1769. He died in 1828 in Pennsylvania USA.

62. Shields, Francis. He married Smith, Isabel.

63. Smith, Isabel.

Children of Smith, Isabel and Shields, Francis

i. Shields, Elizabeth. She was born on 1784-07-10 in Bedford Pennsylvania USA.

Generation 7

64. Croesen, Derrick. Derrick was born in 1701 in Staten Island New York USA. He died on 1786-01-10 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. Derrick was the son of Kroesen, Derrick and Kregier, Elizabeth. He married Van Den Bergen, Cornelia in 1729 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

65. Van Den Bergen, Cornelia. Cornelia was born on 1706-10-30 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1758. Cornelia was the daughter of Bergen, Jacob Hansen and Frederishckse, Elsje Lubbersten.

Children of Van Den Bergen, Cornelia and Croesen, Derrick

i. Croesen, Derrick. He was born in 1729-11-00 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. He died in 1798-07-00 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Croesen, Elsje.

iii. Croesen, Jacob.

iv. Croesen, Henry.

More about Van Den Bergen, Cornelia and Croesen, Derrick:

Marriage: 1729, Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

66. Van Artsdalen, Simon. Simon was born on 1697-08-16 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA. Simon is the son of Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz and Probasco, Lammetje. He married Romeyn, Janetje on 1716-10-30 in Long Island New York USA.

67. Romeyn, Janetje. Janetje was born on 1696-11-29 in New York USA. Janetje is the daughter of Romeyn, Stoffel and Wyckoff, Grietje.

Children of Romeyn, Janetje and Van Artsdalen, Simon

i. Van Artsdalen, Margaret. She was born on 1729-01-12 in Somerset New Jersey USA. She died in 1806 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Van Artsdalen, John.

iii. Van Artsdalen, Lammetje.

iv. Van Artsdalen, Christoffel.

v. Van Artsdalen, Simon.

vi. Van Artsdalen, Jacobus.

vii. Van Artsdalen, Nicholas.

More about Romeyn, Janetje and Van Artsdalen, Simon:

Marriage: 1716-10-30, Long Island New York USA.

96. Osborn, Richard. Richard died in 1729 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Richard was the son of Osborn, Richard and , Elizabeth.

Notes for Osborn, Richard

wife was from a Welsh family

Children of unknown and Osborn, Richard

i. Osborn, Nicholas. He was born in 1727 in Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1814-06-30 in Trumbull County Ohio USA.

ii. Osborn, Randal.

iii. Osborn, Jonathan.

iv. Osborn, John.

98. Cunred, Anthony. Anthony was born in 1705 in Germantown Pennsylvania USA. He died in 1747 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Anthony was the son of Cunraeds, Cunraed and Clinken, Anna Euncke. He married Hatfield, Sarah in 1733 in Germantown Pennsylvania USA.

99. Hatfield, Sarah. Sarah was born about 1709 in Upper Salford Montgomery County Pennsylvania USA. She died in Loudon County Virginia USA.

Children of Hatfield, Sarah and Cunred, Anthony

i. Conard, Margaret. She was born in 1735 in Upper Salford Montgomery County Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1804 in Loudon County Virginia USA.

ii. Conard, Elizabeth.

iii. Conard, Jonathan.

iv. Conard, John.

v. Conard, Jane.

vi. Conard, Ann.

More about Hatfield, Sarah and Cunred, Anthony:

Marriage: 1733, Germantown Pennsylvania USA.

108. Woodward, James. James was born on 1736-11-28 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1820-10-04 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA. James was the son of Woodward, William and Marshall, Eliza. He married Thornborough, Sarah Alice on 1758-02-16 in Old Swede's Church Pennsylvania USA.

Notes for Woodward, James

James migrated to West Penn. He and Sarah were not married in the Quaker church and so Sarah was probably not Quaker and James did not continue membership. Their children do not appear to be Quaker. James Woodward served in the Revolutionary War. He is listed as a private in the Sixth Class of Captain Thomas Carpenter's West Bradford Company, Chester County, Militia. His occupation is listed as weaver.

More about Woodward, James:

Military Service: . private West Bradford Company in Revolutionary War.

Occupation: . weaver.

109. Thornborough, Sarah Alice. Sarah Alice was born on 1737-07-03 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. She died on 1818-04-15 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA. Sarah Alice was the daughter of Thornborough, Thomas and Hamman, Sarah.

Children of Thornborough, Sarah Alice and Woodward, James

i. Woodward, Thomas. He was born on 1759-03-04 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Woodward, Elizabeth.

iii. Woodward, Sarah.

iv. Woodward, Jehu.

v. Woodward, Hannah.

vi. Woodward, Mary.

vii. Woodward, William.

viii. Woodward, Lydia.

ix. Woodward, John.

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Marriage: 1758-02-16, Old Swede's Church Pennsylvania USA.

112. Ashburner, William. William was born in 1702 in Baycliff Lancashire England. He died in 1783. William was the son of Ashburner, John. He married Adkinson, Sarah.

113. Adkinson, Sarah.

Children of Adkinson, Sarah and Ashburner, William

i. Ashburn, Jacob. He was born in 1740. He died in 1790.

Generation 8

128. Kroesen, Derrick. Derrick was born on 1662-07-19 in Brooklyn New York USA. He died on 1731-05-12 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. Derrick was the son of Croesen, Garret Dirchsen and Jans, Neeltje. He married Kregier, Elizabeth on 1684-03-05 in Manhattan New York USA.

Notes for Kroesen, Derrick

from Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania: Dirck Gerretsen CROESEN, eldest son of Gerret Dircksen CROESEN, baptized at Brookley, July 16 1662. Moved with parents to Staten Island, married at Dutch Reformed Church of NY, May 4 1684 to Elizabeth KREGIER, who was baptized July 5 1662, daughter of Franz KREGIER, "von de Zuydt River", who married Feb 29 1660, Wallburg DE SILLA, daughter of Nicassis DE SILLA, from Maestricht in Limburg on the river Meuse in southwest Holland. Dirck CROESEN, or KROESEN as all his children spelled the name, came to Bucks Co PA from Staten Island prior to 1712, purchased 6000 acres in Northampton and Southampton townships. He died in Southampton, his will dated Jan 24 1729-30 and probated Dec 25 1731. It mentions wife Elizabeth, children: Garret, Francis, Nicholas, John, Derick, Henry and Catharine. Catharine was wife of Benjmin JONES, son of Rev. Malachi JONES, first pastor of Abington Presbyterian Church, of which Dirck CROSEN was one of the founders in 1711.

129. Kregier, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on 1662-05-22 in Zundt River Holland. She died in 1740 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. Elizabeth was the daughter of Cregier, Francis and de Sille, Walburg.

Notes for Kregier, Elizabeth

in NY in 1663

Children of Kregier, Elizabeth and Kroesen, Derrick

i. Croesen, Derrick. He was born in 1701 in Staten Island New York USA. He died on 1786-01-10 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Kroesen, Garret.

iii. Kroesen, Francis.

iv. Kroesen, Neetlje.

v. Kroesen, Nicholas.

vi. Kroesen, Jan.

vii. Kroesen, Hendrick.

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Marriage: 1684-03-05, Manhattan New York USA.

130. Bergen, Jacob Hansen. Jacob Hansen was born in 1635 in New Amsterdam. Jacob Hansen is the son of Bergen, Hans Hansen and Rapalje, Sarah. He married Frederishckse, Elsje Lubbersten.

131. Frederishckse, Elsje Lubbersten. Elsje Lubbersten was born about 1660 in New Amsterdam. Elsje Lubbersten is the daughter of Lubbersten, Fredrick and Hendricks, Tryntje.

Children of Frederishckse, Elsje Lubbersten and Bergen, Jacob Hansen

i. Van Den Bergen, Cornelia. She was born on 1706-10-30 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA. She died in 1758.

ii. Bergen, Hans.

iii. Bergen, Fredrick.

iv. Bergen, Jacob.

v. Bergen, Sara.

vi. Bergen, Catryna.

vii. Bergen, Marretje.

viii. Bergen, Brechje.

ix. Bergen, Elsje.

132. Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz. Jan Simonsz was born about 1676 in Brooklyn New York USA. He died before 1756 in Jamaica Long Island New York. Jan Simonsz was the son of Van Aersdalen, Sijmon Jansz and Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese. He married Probasco, Lammetje about 1695 in New Lotts Lang Island New York.

Notes for Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz

Rootsweb: VanArsdale archive: In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN VAN ARSEDALE, of Jamaica, in Queens County, "being, by the abundant, gracious mercy of God, in perfect health of body." All debts and funeral charges are to be paid out of my personal property. My beloved wife Lainte shall have the use and profit of all my dwelling house, lands, tenements, and meadows which I now possess during the time she continues my widow. "But if she had rather, I order that she shall have paid her £15 a year during her life. If she accepts the same, then all my real and personal estate is to be divided among my three children, as follows: To my son Simon £10. To my son Nicholas £150. To my son Uriah £150, and the rest to all my children, viz., Simon, Nicholas, Uriah, Christophel, Cornelius, Ida, Peternella, Maria, Heletie, and Sarah. My executors are to sell real estate unless my children can agree to divide the same. I leave to my sons my wearing apparell, and I make them executors. Dated -- day of (???), 1736. Witnesses, George Youngs, Benjamin Coe, Benjamin Hinchman. Proved, March 8, 1756, before Samuel Clowes, Esq. Confirmed by Sir Charles Hardy, Knight, Captain-General, and Governor, April 29, 1756. (Abstracts of Wills, Vol. XVII, Corrections Volume II, New York Historical Society, 1908, page 204 corrects Jan's wife's name to Lamitie.)

133. Probasco, Lammetje. Lammetje was born about 1676 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA. She died after 1756. Lammetje was the daughter of Probasco, Christoffel Jurrianson and Stryker, Eytie.

Notes for Probasco, Lammetje

Rootsweb: VanArsdale Archive: Some older sources state that Lammetje was the second of four wives to Jan, a confusion first published in the "Somerset County Historical Quarterly." A very thorough search by Edward Vanarsdale, of West Hempstead, New York, leaving 'no stone unturned,' convinced him that Lammetje was Jan's only wife. The error occurred, perhaps, because of the number of Jans in the family, or because of the multitude of spellings of Lammetje's name.

Children of Probasco, Lammetje and Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz

i. Van Artsdalen, Simon. He was born on 1697-08-16 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA.

More about Probasco, Lammetje and Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz:

Marriage: about 1695, New Lotts Lang Island New York.

134. Romeyn, Stoffel. He had a relationship with Wyckoff, Grietje.

135. Wyckoff, Grietje.

Children of Wyckoff, Grietje and Romeyn, Stoffel

i. Romeyn, Janetje. She was born on 1696-11-29 in New York USA.

192. Osborn, Richard. Richard was born in 1612 in England. He died in 1686 in New York USA. He married , Elizabeth.

Notes for Osborn, Richard

came to America in 1634 by way of Barbadoes. Said to be son Thomas, son of Sir John of Kent

193. , Elizabeth.

Children of , Elizabeth and Osborn, Richard

i. Osborn, Richard. He died in 1729 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Osborn, John.

iii. Osborn, Thomas.

iv. Osborn, William.

v. Osborn, David.

vi. Osborn, Elizabeth.

vii. Osborn, Pricella.

viii. Osborn, Mary.

ix. Osborn, David.

196. Cunraeds, Cunraed. Cunraed was born on 1678-07-17 in Krefeld Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1747/8-03-10 (Julian) in Worchester Montgomery County Pennsylvania USA. Cunraed was the son of Kunders, Thrones and Tyson, Elin. He married Clinken, Anna Euncke.

Notes for Cunraeds, Cunraed

by second wife, Anne Burson, had children James, Joseph, Dennis (all used Conard)

197. Clinken, Anna Euncke.

Children of Clinken, Anna Euncke and Cunraeds, Cunraed

i. Cunred, Anthony. He was born in 1705 in Germantown Pennsylvania USA. He died in 1747 in Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Kunders, James.

iii. Conraeds, Henry.

iv. Cunraeds, John.

216. Woodward, William. William was born in 1701 in West Bradford Chester county Pennsylvania USA. He died before 1769-08-00 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. William was the son of Woodward, Richard and Stansfield, Deborah. He married Marshall, Eliza on 1733-05-24 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

217. Marshall, Eliza. Eliza was born on 1705-10-02 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. She died before 1760-04-00 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Eliza was the daughter of Marshall, Abraham and Hunt, Mary.

Children of Marshall, Eliza and Woodward, William

i. Woodward, James. He was born on 1736-11-28 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. He died on 1820-10-04 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Woodward, Mary.

iii. Woodward, Abraham.

iv. Woodward, William.

v. Woodward, John.

vi. Woodward, Hannah.

More about Marshall, Eliza and Woodward, William:

Marriage: 1733-05-24, Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

218. Thornborough, Thomas. Thomas was born in 1690 in Cootehill Ireland. He died on 1758-07-20 in Lancaster County Pennsylvania USA. Thomas was the son of Thornborough, Robert and Jackson, Sarah. He married Hamman, Sarah on 1713-09-12 in Cootehill Ireland.

Notes for Thornborough, Thomas

The Thornborough family had only been in Ireland for a generation an considered themselves English Quake refugees from Oppression. Thomas came to America with brother Edward. Thomas and his nephew Walter went to Virginia. Thomas and Sarah returned to PA in 1756. The Yearly Meeting of Sufferings in Philadelphia "was informed that Thomas Thornbrough and his wife, 2 Aged Friends, belonging to Monthly Meeting of Hopewell, have sometime ago been driven from their habitation by the incursion of the Indian Enemies on the frontiers..." This was the beginning of the French and Indian War.

219. Hamman, Sarah. Sarah was born in 1688 in Lurgan Amagh Ireland. She died before 1758 in Pennsylvania USA.

Children of Hamman, Sarah and Thornborough, Thomas

i. Thornborough, Sarah Alice. She was born on 1737-07-03 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. She died on 1818-04-15 in Mifflin County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Thornborough, Thomas.

iii. Thornborough, Robert.

iv. Thornborough, Margaret.

v. Thornborough, Benjamin.

vi. Thornborough, Joseph.

vii. Thornborough, Hannah.

viii. Thornborough, Jane.

More about Hamman, Sarah and Thornborough, Thomas:

Marriage: 1713-09-12, Cootehill Ireland.

224. Ashburner, John. John is the son of Ashburner, Richard.

Children of unknown and Ashburner, John

i. Ashburner, William. He was born in 1702 in Baycliff Lancashire England. He died in 1783.

Generation 9

256. Croesen, Garret Dirchsen. Garret Dirchsen was born in 1639 in Groningen Netherlands. He died on 1680-03-17 in Breuckelen New York USA. He married Jans, Neeltje on 1661-10-30 in Breuckelen New York USA.

Notes for Croesen, Garret Dirchsen

from Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania: Gerret Dircksen CROESEN, the founder of the KRUSEN fam. in America, came from Wynschoten, Groningen Holland, and settled near Brooklyn. He was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church of Brooklyn, and owned land there, which he sold in 1677, and obtained in the same year a patent for land on Staten Island, whence he removed with his family. He dies there March 7 1680. He mearried Oct 30 1661, Neeltje JANSE, who married (second) Volkert Hendrickson BRIES.

257. Jans, Neeltje. Neeltje was born in 1640 in Manhattan New York USA. She died in 1687 in New York USA. Neeltje was the daughter of Van Husum, Jan Pieterson and , Elsje.

Children of Jans, Neeltje and Croesen, Garret Dirchsen

i. Kroesen, Derrick. He was born on 1662-07-19 in Brooklyn New York USA. He died on 1731-05-12 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Croesen, Elsje.

iii. Croesen, Hendrick.

iv. Croesen, Catharine.

v. Croesen, Annetje.

More about Jans, Neeltje and Croesen, Garret Dirchsen:

Marriage: 1661-10-30, Breuckelen New York USA.

258. Cregier, Francis. Francis was born in 1641 in Netherlands. He died in 1665. He married de Sille, Walburg on 1660-02-29 in Manhattan New York USA.

Notes for Cregier, Francis

also known as Franz Kregier "von de Zuydt River"

259. de Sille, Walburg. Walburg was born in 1640 in Netherlands. Walburg is the daughter of de Sille, Nicassis.

Children of de Sille, Walburg and Cregier, Francis

i. Kregier, Elizabeth. She was born on 1662-05-22 in Zundt River Holland. She died in 1740 in Bucks County Pennsylvania USA.

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Marriage: 1660-02-29, Manhattan New York USA.

260. Bergen, Hans Hansen. Hans Hansen was born in 1615 in Norway. He died in 1654 in New York USA. He married Rapalje, Sarah in 1639 in New Amsterdam.

261. Rapalje, Sarah. Sarah was born in 1623 in New Holland. Sarah is the daughter of Rapalje, Jores.

Children of Rapalje, Sarah and Bergen, Hans Hansen

i. Bergen, Jacob Hansen. He was born in 1635 in New Amsterdam.

ii. Bergen, Anneken.

iii. Bergen, Breechje.

iv. Bergen, Jan Hansen.

v. Bergen, Michael.

vi. Bergen, Joris.

vii. Bergen, Marrije.

viii. Bergen, Catherine.

More about Rapalje, Sarah and Bergen, Hans Hansen:

Marriage: 1639, New Amsterdam.

262. Lubbersten, Fredrick. Fredrick was born about 1610 in New Amsterdam. He married Hendricks, Tryntje about 1630 in New Amsterdam.

263. Hendricks, Tryntje. Tryntje was born in 1612 in New Amsterdam.

Children of Hendricks, Tryntje and Lubbersten, Fredrick

i. Frederishckse, Elsje Lubbersten. She was born about 1660 in New Amsterdam.

ii. Lubbersten, Rebecca.

More about Hendricks, Tryntje and Lubbersten, Fredrick:

Marriage: about 1630, New Amsterdam.

264. Van Aersdalen, Sijmon Jansz. Sijmon Jansz was born in 1628 in Netherlands. He died in 1710 in Long Island New York USA. Sijmon Jansz was the son of Van Aersdalen, Jan Pauwelsz and Haelters, Gerarda Philpse. He married Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese about 1658 in New Amsterdam.

265. Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese. Pieterje Claese was born on 1640-10-28 in Long Island New York USA. Pieterje Claese is the daughter of Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz and Vandergoes, Margaret.

Notes for Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese

also called Pieterje Claessen Wyckoff Van Schouw

Children of Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese and Van Aersdalen, Sijmon Jansz

i. Van Aersdalen, Jan Simonsz. He was born about 1676 in Brooklyn New York USA. He died before 1756 in Jamaica Long Island New York.

More about Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese and Van Aersdalen, Sijmon Jansz:

Marriage: about 1658, New Amsterdam.

266. Probasco, Christoffel Jurrianson. Christoffel Jurrianson was born in 1649 in Recife Brazil. He died after 1724 in New Amsterdam. Christoffel Jurrianson was the son of Probasco, Juriaen and Aertss, Heyltien. He married Stryker, Eytie about 1676 in New Amsterdam.

267. Stryker, Eytie. Eytie was born about 1654 in Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands. She died after 1705 in New Amsterdam. Eytie was the daughter of Stryker, Jan Gerritse and Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse.

Children of Stryker, Eytie and Probasco, Christoffel Jurrianson

i. Probasco, Lammetje. She was born about 1676 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA. She died after 1756.

More about Stryker, Eytie and Probasco, Christoffel Jurrianson:

Marriage: about 1676, New Amsterdam.

392. Kunders, Thrones. Thrones was born in 1653 in Neuwerk, Honschaft Damm, Muchen-Gladbach Rhineland. He died on 1729-12-30 in Germantown Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Thrones was the son of Heckers, Coen Lenssen and Thones, Anna. He married Tyson, Elin on 1677-05-13 in Crefeld Rhineland.

Notes for Kunders, Thrones

immigrated on the Concord 1683, weaver.

393. Tyson, Elin. Elin was born about 1650 in Kalden Kirchen Rhineland Prussia. She died before 1729 in Germantown Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. Elin was the daughter of Doors, Matthias Theis and Nees, Agnes.

Children of Tyson, Elin and Kunders, Thrones

i. Cunraeds, Cunraed. He was born on 1678-07-17 in Krefeld Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1747/8-03-10 (Julian) in Worchester Montgomery County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Cunrads, John.

iii. Conders, Madtis.

iv. Cunrads, Anne.

v. Cunreds, Agnes.

vi. Cunreds, Elizabeth.

vii. Cunrads, Henry.

More about Tyson, Elin and Kunders, Thrones:

Marriage: 1677-05-13, Crefeld Rhineland.

432. Woodward, Richard. Richard was born in 1674 in England. Richard is the son of Woodward, Richard and Nayle, Jane. He married Stansfield, Deborah in 1701.

Notes for Woodward, Richard

married four times (1) Esther Davis (2) Deborah Stansfield (3) Susannah Curetime (4) Martha Heald. Married Deborah in 1701 and had most children with her. Esther's children were Esther, Jane, Sarah.

433. Stansfield, Deborah. Deborah was born in 1677 in Grafton Hyford Worchestershire England. Deborah is the daughter of Stansfield, Francis and , Grace.

Children of Stansfield, Deborah and Woodward, Richard

i. Woodward, William. He was born in 1701 in West Bradford Chester county Pennsylvania USA. He died before 1769-08-00 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Woodward, Elizabeth.

iii. Woodward, Hannah.

iv. Woodward, James.

v. Woodward, Grace.

vi. Woodward, John.

vii. Woodward, Richard.

viii. Woodward, Deborah.

More about Stansfield, Deborah and Woodward, Richard:

Marriage: 1701.

434. Marshall, Abraham. Abraham was born about 1669 in Gratton Derbyshire England. He died on 1767-12-17 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Abraham was the son of Marshall, Humphrey and , Hannah. He married Hunt, Mary on 1703-01-17 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

435. Hunt, Mary. Mary was born about 1682 in Kent England. She died on 1769-03-04 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Mary was the daughter of Hunt, James and Chambers, Eliza.

Children of Hunt, Mary and Marshall, Abraham

i. Marshall, Eliza. She was born on 1705-10-02 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. She died before 1760-04-00 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Marshall, Samuel.

iii. Marshall, John.

iv. Marshall, Abraham.

v. Marshall, Hannah.

vi. Marshall, Isaac.

vii. Marshall, Jacob.

viii. Marshall, Humphry.

ix. Marshall, James.

More about Hunt, Mary and Marshall, Abraham:

Marriage: 1703-01-17, Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

436. Thornborough, Robert. Robert was born in Lancashire England. He died in Cootehill Ireland. Robert was the son of Thornborough, Charles and Leyburne, Elizabeth. He married Jackson, Sarah on 1685-07-25 in Ulster.

Notes for Thornborough, Robert

Robert was exiled to Ireland and married there.

437. Jackson, Sarah. Sarah is the daughter of Jackson, Anthony.

Children of Jackson, Sarah and Thornborough, Robert

i. Thornborough, Thomas. He was born in 1690 in Cootehill Ireland. He died on 1758-07-20 in Lancaster County Pennsylvania USA.

More about Jackson, Sarah and Thornborough, Robert:

Marriage: 1685-07-25, Ulster.

448. Ashburner, Richard.

Notes for Ashburner, Richard

From Jessicanaval email: I have done a little research on the family of Jesse Ashburn (1798-1870-husband of Rachel Schooler.) I believe he was the son of William Ashburn(1769-1828) of Pennsylvania who was married to Katherine MIller. William was the son of Jacob Ashburn , 1740-1790 who was married to Sarah Penwell. Jacob was the son of William Ashburner, 1702-1784, of Baycliff, Lancashire, England.William was the s/of John Ashburner who was in the son of Richard Ashburner.

Children of unknown and Ashburner, Richard

i. Ashburner, John.

Generation 10

514. Van Husum, Jan Pieterson. Jan Pieterson was born about 1607 in Husum Germany. He died in 1675 in Breuckelen New York USA. He married , Elsje.

515. , Elsje. Elsje was born in 1680 in Netherlands. She died about 1652 in New Amsterdam.

Children of , Elsje and Van Husum, Jan Pieterson

i. Jans, Neeltje. She was born in 1640 in Manhattan New York USA. She died in 1687 in New York USA.

ii. Van Husum, Pieter Jans.

iii. Van Husum, Jan Jans.

iv. Van Husum, Annetje.

v. Van Husum, Ruth Jans.

518. de Sille, Nicassis.

Notes for de Sille, Nicassis

from Maestricht Limburg on the rive Meuse in SE Holland

Children of unknown and de Sille, Nicassis

i. de Sille, Walburg. She was born in 1640 in Netherlands.

522. Rapalje, Jores. Jores was born about 1600 in Netherlands.

Notes for Rapalje, Jores

Joris Rapelje and Catalyntje Jeronymus Trico, the young couple who had immigrated to America in 1623

Children of unknown and Rapalje, Jores

i. Rapalje, Sarah. She was born in 1623 in New Holland.

528. Van Aersdalen, Jan Pauwelsz. He had a relationship with Haelters, Gerarda Philpse.

529. Haelters, Gerarda Philpse.

Children of Haelters, Gerarda Philpse and Van Aersdalen, Jan Pauwelsz

i. Van Aersdalen, Sijmon Jansz. He was born in 1628 in Netherlands. He died in 1710 in Long Island New York USA.

530. Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz. Claes Cornelisz was born on 1597-04-03 in Schowwen Island Netherland. He died in 1675 in Flatlands Long Island New York. Claes Cornelisz was the son of Petersson, Cornelius and Vandergoes, Johanna. He married Vandergoes, Margaret on 1623-11-09 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands.

Notes for Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz

BakerFamilyTree Website: He was born on April 3, 1597 on the Island of Oland located four miles off the southeast coast of Sweden. At least six generations of our family preceding Claes Cornelissen were born, lived, worked their entire lives, and are buried on this island that is only 1,342 square kilometers in area. As would be expected, the principle industry of the island is related to the sea. Our ancestors were fisherman, sea captains, and merchant traders. Everything revolved around the islands excellent location in the Baltic Sea and its proximity to their trading partners in Denmark, Finland, Russia, and mainland Europe. The story of Claes Cornelissen is an interesting one. Claes was a sea captain and merchant-trader. At one point he owned two vessels and four warehouses, one located on the Island of Oland, one in Schouwen in the Netherlands, one in Germany, and one in Denmark. He lived part of his life on the Island of Schouwen in the Netherlands and as was the Dutch custom, his Dutch surname name, van Schouwen, was taken from the location of his home. He married a Dutch women, Margaret van der Goes, on November 9, 1623 and shortly thereafter returned with his new wife to Oland to live near his relatives. In 1630, Claes joined the Swedish military and he served as a soldier in the 30-Years War, a war considered by historians as one of the great conflicts of early modern history. The war consisted of a series of declared and undeclared wars which raged through the years 1618 through 1648. Sweden’s role in the war encompassed only the years 1630 through 1634. The background of the war is complex although at least in part it was a religious war between the Catholics of Austria and Spain, and the Lutherans and Calvinists of Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, and Sweden. Control of the sea ports on the Baltic Sea was another very important secondary motivation for going to war. Unfortunately for our Claes, he was badly wounded in the head and captured at the Battle of Mitten in Poland in 1631. After suffering terrible hardships during his imprisonment, he miraculously escaped his capturers in 1633, and after an heroic adventure he found his way home. When he returned home he learned the sad news that when the war was at its height in 1631, his wife had died. Furthermore, his business was in ruins and he was forced to sell what was left of his vessels and warehouses. On October 1, 1636, Claes with his son Pieter, departed from Amsterdam on the ship “Rensselaerwyck” headed for America. They arrived in New Amsterdam on March 8, 1637. Claes remained in Manhattan working as a contractor for the rest of his life. He died in 1674. He remarried in New York and had four more children Pieter, Claes’s son, whose last name would have been Claessen, changed his surname once he arrived in America to Wyckoff to help distinguish him from all of the other Claessens in New Amsterdam. Apparently Claes was a common first name as was Pieter. Thereafter, all of Pieter’s children and descendents carried the surname of Wyckoff.

531. Vandergoes, Margaret. Margaret was born in 1601 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. She died on 1631-08-02 in Zierikzee Zeeland Netherlands. Margaret was the daughter of Vandergoes, Martyn and Tysen, Margaretha.

Notes for Vandergoes, Margaret

children Gerbrant Clasesen Van Schouw, Pieter Claeszon Wyckoff, William Cornelissen Van Schouw, Flois Claesen Van Schouw, Trientje Claessen Van Schouw, Pieterje Claessen Wychoff Van Schouw. Sometime shown as married to two men but Harmon Perry tree says only one man with two names.

Children of Vandergoes, Margaret and Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz

i. Van Schouw, Pieterje Claese. She was born on 1640-10-28 in Long Island New York USA.

More about Vandergoes, Margaret and Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz:

Marriage: 1623-11-09, Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands.

532. Probasco, Juriaen. Juriaen was born about 1627 in Breslau Silesia. He died about 1664 in Brooklyn New York USA. He married Aertss, Heyltien before 1647.

Notes for Probasco, Juriaen

Rootsweb: VanArsdale archive: Juriaen Probasco's Place of Origin, by Harry Macy, Jr. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, vol. 125, no. 4 (October 1994), informs us that Juriaen arrived in New Netherlands aboard the ship Peartree in 1654. He had lived in the Dutch colony in Brazil, where he had children baptized. A ship's notary recorded, 17 June 1654, that Juriaen owed 130 carolus guilders to the ship's distiller for his outfit. This document identified him as Jurrien Probatski, from Breslau, and said he was an adelborst on the ship. (Breslau, Silesia is now Wroclaw, Poland). Macy's research was based on the files of notary Hendrick Schaef (Not. Arch 1329/39v, Gemeente Archief Amsterdam).

533. Aertss, Heyltien. Heyltien died after 1666 in Brooklyn New York USA.

Children of Aertss, Heyltien and Probasco, Juriaen

i. Probasco, Christoffel Jurrianson. He was born in 1649 in Recife Brazil. He died after 1724 in New Amsterdam.

More about Aertss, Heyltien and Probasco, Juriaen:

Marriage: before 1647.

534. Stryker, Jan Gerritse. Jan Gerritse was born in 1514 in Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands. He died on 1697/8-03-03 (Julian) in Flatbush Long Island New York USA. Jan Gerritse was the son of Stryker, Gerrit. He married Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse before 1648 in Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands.

Notes for Stryker, Jan Gerritse

Rootsweb: VanArsdale archive: In 1661 separate Courts of Justice were established for the towns of Flatbush and Flatlands. The officers selected for Flatbush were Jan Stryker, Jan Snediker and Willem Gilliamsen (Willemsen, later known as Cornel). The appointments were dated 31 March 1661. Adriaen Hegeman was then Secretary of the several towns on Long Island. Jan Stryker and "Willem Gelyamsz" (Gillamsen), then newly elected Schepens, were installed in office at a meeting held on 28 March 1664. Immediately following the installation an alarming threat to the entire Colony was occasioned by the efforts of Great Britain to gain possession of New Netherland and a British fleet had appeared in the harbor. A lengthy document described the situation and a letter sent to Director Peter Stuyvesant signed by Jan Stryker, Jan Snediker and Willem Guilliams tells of their efforts to save the town of Flatbush. It stated that they were for the most part men advanced in life who had invested all of their fortunes in the improvement of New Netherland, and unless aid was given they would be forced into poverty. The Director, fearing an attack upon the Fort at New Amsterdam, ordered the Dutch towns on Long Island to send every third man to New Amsterdam for the protection of the Fort. He received in reply a document signed by the three above named men refusing to comply with such a demand as they feared for their wives and children and would not leave them unprotected at the mercy of the enemy. Few men had ever defied Peter Stuyvesant's orders. (Spell, "Cornel Family ..." loc. cit.) Jan Stryker and Jan Snedeker were good friends, and not above a little mischief-making. The two of them were appointed to the commission to oversee the construction of the first Midwout (Flatbush) church. Domine Polhemus, assuming pastoral duties at Midwout in 1654, probably did not move himself and his family to the relative wilds of Long Island until sometime in 1656, when the church building should have been completed. There was not even a church yet, although construction got under way in 1656, presumably with the supply of planks ordered by Governor Stuyvesant. Polhemus and his family had to live in the unfinished end of the church building reserved as an apartment for the pastor and his family. Polhemus addressed a letter to Director General Stuyvesant, dated 14 December 1656: "Noble Sir, Honorable General in New Netherland. I am compelled to respectfully complain to your honor, that I must see the planks, given, by your Honor out of compassion and presented to the community here to finish my house against this cold winter, being taken and lost this way or that; for instance two were lost on the way here by having been left on the beach in nobody's care; after having been brought into the village without my knowledge, twenty-four were delivered to Jan Eversen Meyer, six were put down at the church for benches, of the balance 69 were carried away with the consent of Jan Snedicker and Jan Stryker, 17 carried to Thomas Swartout and his brother Adalbert Swartout to dry malt, so that my house remains open as it was and I with my wife and children must live and sleep on the bare ground and in the cold. They say, there is no carpenter here, that I should procure one to have the work done. In order not to make my situation worse by keeping silence, I write this to your Honor. In haste Your Honor's obedient servant, Joh. Th. Polheym." Stuyvesant wrote to the village fathers a week later: "Honorable, Dear, Faithful: When last with you in Breuckelen at the house of Albert Cornelissen it was agreed in parting, by mutual consent and approbation of yourselves and the other delegates from the villages of Breuckelen and Amersfoort, that you should together make an estimate of the funds, out of which the preacher Polheym, was to be paid and placed above want and report it to us and the Council within eight days. As this time has passed and we are not yet informed of the result, we have deemed it necessary to remind you of it through the Schout [prosecutor] and this open letter, that you fulfill your promise; else we shall be compeled by our official position and duties to take steps and give such orders and provide for such means, that the Minister be duly paid and placed above want. The said Polheym, who was then present, complains further of the uninhabitable state and inconvenience of his dwelling house, which has as yet neither ceiling nor wainscoting, so that he and his family are compelled to sleep on the floor. The winter being imminent, this is unbearable and improper and in order to remedy it we sent you for the ceiling and wainscoting of the house one hundred hemlock planks, which parties deputed by you received and carried to my brother's-in-law Backer's house. I am however credibly informed now, that the said boards have not been used for the purpose intended by us, but that the Commisaries dispose of them privately according to their pleasure, for instance, so I am told, twenty-four have been given to the hired man of Jan Evertsen; six ordered to be cut up for benches, seventeen given by Jan Snedicker to the Swartouts, so that the boards disappear here and there, while nothing whatever is done to finish the Minister's house, which is most urgent to do, the winter being so near at hand. We command therefore herewith, that the boards be brought together again upon receipt hereof and put to their proper use and no other, as we have ordered. If you fail herein, we shall take proper measures; whereupon relying we commend you all with the usual greetings to God's protection and remain, P. Stuyvesant." (Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, Vol. III, New Series: Fernow, 1883. Weed, Parsons & Co., Albany, publishers)

535. Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse. Lannertje Roelofse was born about 1621 in Holland Netherlands. She died in 1675-06-00 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA. Lannertje Roelofse was the daughter of Seubering, Roeloff Lukassen.

Children of Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse and Stryker, Jan Gerritse

i. Stryker, Eytie. She was born about 1654 in Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands. She died after 1705 in New Amsterdam.

More about Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse and Stryker, Jan Gerritse:

Marriage: before 1648, Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands.

784. Heckers, Coen Lenssen. Coen Lenssen was born in 1640 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1691-04-20 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. Coen Lenssen was the son of Conradts, Lens and Auff Shenten, Mergken. He married Thones, Anna about 1647 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

785. Thones, Anna. Anna was born in 1632. She died on 1691-04-20 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. Anna was the daughter of Comes, Thones II and , Cellectzen.

Children of Thones, Anna and Heckers, Coen Lenssen

i. Kunders, Thrones. He was born in 1653 in Neuwerk, Honschaft Damm, Muchen-Gladbach Rhineland. He died on 1729-12-30 in Germantown Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

More about Thones, Anna and Heckers, Coen Lenssen:

Marriage: about 1647, Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

786. Doors, Matthias Theis. He married Nees, Agnes.

787. Nees, Agnes.

Children of Nees, Agnes and Doors, Matthias Theis

i. Tyson, Elin. She was born about 1650 in Kalden Kirchen Rhineland Prussia. She died before 1729 in Germantown Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA.

864. Woodward, Richard. Richard was born in 1636 in Acton Cheshire England. He died on 1706-12-07 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. Richard was the son of Woodward, Edward. He married Nayle, Jane about 1669.

Notes for Woodward, Richard

He served on petit juries and grand juries, was supervisor of Highways for Thornbury township in 1689, was constable of Upper Providence township in 1694, and in August 1706 was one of two persons appointed as overseers of the poor in Middletown. This would have require an oath and therefore he may not have been a practicing Quaker then.

From Abraham Woodward page: the surname Woodward(for the families documented on these pages) began to appear in the records of Chester County, Pennsylvania in the year 1687 when Richard Woodward purchased a tract of land in Thornbury Township from John Simcock who had purchased a large tract from William Penn before they left England.

865. Nayle, Jane. Jane died after 1714.

Children of Nayle, Jane and Woodward, Richard

i. Woodward, Richard. He was born in 1674 in England.

ii. Woodward, Martha.

iii. Woodward, William.

iv. Woodward, Thomas.

v. Woodward, Edward.

vi. Woodward, Jane.

vii. Woodward, Mary.

viii. Woodward, Sarah.

ix. Woodward, Joseph.

More about Nayle, Jane and Woodward, Richard:

Marriage: about 1669.

866. Stansfield, Francis. He married , Grace.

867. , Grace.

Children of , Grace and Stansfield, Francis

i. Stansfield, Deborah. She was born in 1677 in Grafton Hyford Worchestershire England.

868. Marshall, Humphrey. Humphrey was born in Gratton Derbyshire England. He married , Hannah.

869. , Hannah.

Children of , Hannah and Marshall, Humphrey

i. Marshall, Abraham. He was born about 1669 in Gratton Derbyshire England. He died on 1767-12-17 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

870. Hunt, James. James was born about 1640 in Kent England. He died on 1717/8-01-31 (Julian) in Chester County Pennsylvania USA. He married Chambers, Eliza.

Notes for Hunt, James

James later married Elizabeth Bonsall (children Ann, James) and then Sarah Wildman. James came to America in 1684 after Eliza's death with his two small daughters. Abraham and Mary Hunt Marshall were the parents of famed botanist, Humphrey MARSHALL. William and Eliza Hunt Bartram were the parents of Royal Botanist, John BARTRAM, and grandparents of equally famous William BARTRAM

871. Chambers, Eliza. Eliza was born in 1640 in Kent England. She died about 1682 in England.

Children of Chambers, Eliza and Hunt, James

i. Hunt, Mary. She was born about 1682 in Kent England. She died on 1769-03-04 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

ii. Hunt, Eliza.

872. Thornborough, Charles. Charles is the son of Thornburgh, William and Langtree, Catherine. He married Leyburne, Elizabeth.

Notes for Thornborough, Charles

Charles became a Quaker. He was forced to sell most of his lands in 1638-41, preserving only Methop. The family goes back to Norman knights.

873. Leyburne, Elizabeth. Elizabeth is the daughter of Leyburne, Thomas.

Children of Leyburne, Elizabeth and Thornborough, Charles

i. Thornborough, Robert. He was born in Lancashire England. He died in Cootehill Ireland.

874. Jackson, Anthony.

Children of unknown and Jackson, Anthony

i. Jackson, Sarah.

Generation 11

1060. Petersson, Cornelius. Cornelius was born in 1550 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died in 1599 in Netherlands. Cornelius was the son of Erikson, Peter and Van Houden, Matilda. He married Vandergoes, Johanna on 1593-05-12 in Kalmar Sweden.

Notes for Petersson, Cornelius

BakerFamilyTree website: He was a merchant-trader on the Island of Oland and he owned and captained a ship named the “Calmarsund.” We also know that because he owned his own ship he was pulled into another military conflict this time involving Duke Charles, the future King of Sweden and King Sigismund of Poland. Apparently King Sigismund, a Catholic, had a claim to the throne of Sweden despite the fact that Sweden was predominately a Protestant nation and Duke Charles was a champion of the new Lutheranism. In 1598, Sigismund returned to Sweden to claim his throne and in southern Sweden near Kalmar, the coastal city near the Island of Oland, home of Cornelius Peterson, a battle ensued in which the forces of Duke Charles defeated the forces of King Sigismund. King Sigismund lost his claim to the throne of Sweden and in 1604, Duke Charles became King Charles IX of Sweden. We do not know for certain the role that Cornelius Petersson played in this conflict although it seems clear that he must have supported King Sigismund since Duke Charles had Cornelius tried for treason in 1599. He was found guilty of treason but was later pardoned. There is no definitive record of what happened to Cornelius after his trial although he did end up dead in February of 1601. This leads to the speculation that he may have been murdered or died while in prison. He was in his early 40s when he died. His son Claes was only five years old.

1061. Vandergoes, Johanna. Johanna was born in 1564 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. Johanna is the daughter of Vandergoes, Jacobus and Balbani, Matilda.

Notes for Vandergoes, Johanna

Children: Jacob Cornelissen, Cornelia Cornelissen, Claes Cornelissen Van Scouwen, Peter Cornelissen

Children of Vandergoes, Johanna and Petersson, Cornelius

i. Van Schouwen, Claes Cornelisz. He was born on 1597-04-03 in Schowwen Island Netherland. He died in 1675 in Flatlands Long Island New York.

More about Vandergoes, Johanna and Petersson, Cornelius:

Marriage: 1593-05-12, Kalmar Sweden.

1062. Vandergoes, Martyn. Martyn was born in 1573 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. He died in 1634 in Netherlands. Martyn was the son of Vandergoes, Jacobus and Balbani, Matilda. He married Tysen, Margaretha on 1594-09-02 in Amsterdam Netherlands.

1063. Tysen, Margaretha. Margaretha was born in 1579 in Amsterdam Netherlands. Margaretha is the daughter of Tyson, Benjamin.

Children of Tysen, Margaretha and Vandergoes, Martyn

i. Vandergoes, Margaret. She was born in 1601 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. She died on 1631-08-02 in Zierikzee Zeeland Netherlands.

More about Tysen, Margaretha and Vandergoes, Martyn:

Marriage: 1594-09-02, Amsterdam Netherlands.

1068. Stryker, Gerrit.

Children of unknown and Stryker, Gerrit

i. Stryker, Jan Gerritse. He was born in 1514 in Ruinen Drenthe Holland Netherlands. He died on 1697/8-03-03 (Julian) in Flatbush Long Island New York USA.

1070. Seubering, Roeloff Lukassen.

Children of unknown and Seubering, Roeloff Lukassen

i. Seubering, Lannertje Roelofse. She was born about 1621 in Holland Netherlands. She died in 1675-06-00 in Flatbush Long Island New York USA.

1568. Conradts, Lens. Lens was born in 1588 in Gladbach Rhineland. He died in 1650 in Gladbach Rhineland. Lens was the son of An Der Stappen, Coentgen and Ter Qunchelen, Cilgen. He married Auff Shenten, Mergken 1608/1609 in Gladbach Rhineland.

1569. Auff Shenten, Mergken. Mergken was born in 1588.

Children of Auff Shenten, Mergken and Conradts, Lens

i. Heckers, Coen Lenssen. He was born in 1640 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1691-04-20 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

More about Auff Shenten, Mergken and Conradts, Lens:

Marriage: 1608/1609, Gladbach Rhineland.

1570. Comes, Thones II. Thones was born in 1596 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1668/9-02-01 (Julian) in Goch Germany. Thones was the son of Comis, Gottschalk and An De Heiden, Victzen. He married , Cellectzen.

1571. , Cellectzen.

Children of , Cellectzen and Comes, Thones II

i. Thones, Anna. She was born in 1632. She died on 1691-04-20 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

1728. Woodward, Edward.

Children of unknown and Woodward, Edward

i. Woodward, Richard. He was born in 1636 in Acton Cheshire England. He died on 1706-12-07 in Chester County Pennsylvania USA.

1744. Thornburgh, William. He married Langtree, Catherine.

1745. Langtree, Catherine. Catherine is the daughter of Langtree, Edward.

Children of Langtree, Catherine and Thornburgh, William

i. Thornborough, Charles.

1746. Leyburne, Thomas.

Children of unknown and Leyburne, Thomas

i. Leyburne, Elizabeth.

Generation 12

2120. Erikson, Peter. Peter was born on 1527-09-11 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died on 1590-08-02 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. Peter was the son of Erikson, Erik and Olafsdottir, Anna. He married Van Houden, Matilda on 1558-11-04 in Karlskrona Blekinge Sweden.

Notes for Erikson, Peter

He was a Sea Captain in the Battle of Oland BakerfamilyTree Website: In 1563, war broke out between Sweden and Denmark with off and on again fighting persisting for seven years until a treaty was signed in 1670. The war is named by historians, the Baltic Seven Years War. Our great (x11) grandfather, Peter Ericksson (1527-1589), sea captain of the ship “Calmarne Bancken” sailing with his two older brothers, Nils and Hans, was to play a role in the war. For Nils and Hans it was to be a life ending role. In 1397, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway agree to a union between their three counties to act as one state under one common monarchy. Each country in the “confederation” was to retain its own laws and its own governing elites. Unity was to exist in terms of foreign policy, and national security. The agreement is called by historians the Kalmar Union, named after the Swedish city near the Island of Oland where the agreement was signed. Even considering the occasional difficulties that arose during the period of the confederacy, the Union worked fairly well for over 100 years. Unfortunately, with the change of monarchy in Denmark in the later years of the union, Sweden grew very discontent with the leadership in Denmark, and finally in 1523, Sweden elected its own king, King Gustav I Vasa, which effectively ended the Kalmar Union. Over the next 40 years, Gustav fortified Sweden and developed Sweden’s first standing army. Gustav I is considered today by most Swedes as the “father of modern Sweden.” Unfortunately, when Gustav died in 1560, he was succeeded by his eldest son Erik XIV, who was mentally unbalanced and much too adventuresome, which resulted in alienating many of his nobles, squandering the treasury’s surplus, and starting a war with Denmark in 1563. The war that followed involved numerous land and sea battles beginning on May 30, 1563 when the Swedish navy fired on Danish ships off the coast of Sweden. A two day sea battle ensued resulting in a Danish defeat followed shortly by a formal declaration of war by Sweden against Denmark. Our great (x11) grandfather, Peter Eriksson and his two brothers were a part of the navy engaged in this first naval battle. We do not know the details of their involvement other than they may not have performed up to expectations, for shortly after the battle all three were tried for cowardice [not a family trait, I hope]. Fortunately, all three were acquitted of this charge. Unfortunately, Peter’s brother Hans was also found guilty of freeing prisoners and he was subsequently executed. Nils, Peter’s other brother, was found guilty of treason and he too was executed. It was a cruel world back in 1564. Peter on the other hand was set free and he continued to serve as a sea captain for the remainder of the war fighting in a number of sea battles during which he apparently acquitted himself well. Peter died in 1589 and he is buried on the Island of Oland, the home of his parents, his wife, his children, and many of his ancestors.

2121. Van Houden, Matilda. Matilda was born in 1531. She died on 1591-09-13. Matilda was the daughter of Van Houden, Cornelius.

Children of Van Houden, Matilda and Erikson, Peter

i. Petersson, Cornelius. He was born in 1550 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died in 1599 in Netherlands.

More about Van Houden, Matilda and Erikson, Peter:

Marriage: 1558-11-04, Karlskrona Blekinge Sweden.

2122. Vandergoes, Jacobus. Jacobus was born in 1538 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. Jacobus is the son of Vandergoes, Adrian and Van Spangen, Anna. He married Balbani, Matilda on 1558-08-14 in Netherlands.

2123. Balbani, Matilda. Matilda was born in 1542 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. Matilda is the daughter of Balbani, Jean.

Children of Balbani, Matilda and Vandergoes, Jacobus

i. Vandergoes, Johanna. She was born in 1564 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands.

ii. Vandergoes, Martyn. He was born in 1573 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands. He died in 1634 in Netherlands.

More about Balbani, Matilda and Vandergoes, Jacobus:

Marriage: 1558-08-14, Netherlands.

2124. Vandergoes, Jacobus. is the same person as [2122].

2125. Balbani, Matilda. is the same person as [2123].

2126. Tyson, Benjamin.

Children of unknown and Tyson, Benjamin

i. Tysen, Margaretha. She was born in 1579 in Amsterdam Netherlands.

3136. An Der Stappen, Coentgen. Coentgen was born in 1560 in Gladbach Rhineland. He died in 1609 in Gladbach Rhineland. Coentgen was the son of Stappen, Theib and , Biell. He married Ter Qunchelen, Cilgen on 1586/7-01-19 (Julian) in Gladbach Rhineland.

3137. Ter Qunchelen, Cilgen. Cilgen was born in 1565 in Gladbach Rhineland.

Children of Ter Qunchelen, Cilgen and An Der Stappen, Coentgen

i. Conradts, Lens. He was born in 1588 in Gladbach Rhineland. He died in 1650 in Gladbach Rhineland.

More about Ter Qunchelen, Cilgen and An Der Stappen, Coentgen:

Marriage: 1586/7-01-19 (Julian), Gladbach Rhineland.

3140. Comis, Gottschalk. Gottschalk was born in 1565 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died about 1652. Gottschalk was the son of Comis, Thones. He married An De Heiden, Victzen before 1596.

3141. An De Heiden, Victzen.

Children of An De Heiden, Victzen and Comis, Gottschalk

i. Comes, Thones II. He was born in 1596 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died on 1668/9-02-01 (Julian) in Goch Germany.

More about An De Heiden, Victzen and Comis, Gottschalk:

Marriage: before 1596.

3490. Langtree, Edward.

Children of unknown and Langtree, Edward

i. Langtree, Catherine.

Generation 13

4240. Erikson, Erik. Erik was born about 1497 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. Erik was the son of Knutson, Erik and Gregorsdottir, Cajsa Brita. He married Olafsdottir, Anna about 1525 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

4241. Olafsdottir, Anna. Anna was born about 1502 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. Anna is the daughter of Magnusson, Olof.

Notes for Olafsdottir, Anna

Children: Nils Erikson, Peter Erikson, Olof Erikson, Hans Erikson

Children of Olafsdottir, Anna and Erikson, Erik

i. Erikson, Peter. He was born on 1527-09-11 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died on 1590-08-02 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

More about Olafsdottir, Anna and Erikson, Erik:

Marriage: about 1525, Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

4242. Van Houden, Cornelius. Cornelius was born about 1502 in Karlskrona Blekinge Sweden. He died in 1589.

Notes for Van Houden, Cornelius

Merchant Trading on the Baltic and elsewhere

Children of unknown and Van Houden, Cornelius

i. Van Houden, Matilda. She was born in 1531. She died on 1591-09-13.

4244. Vandergoes, Adrian. Adrian was born in 1475 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands. He died on 1560-11-05 in Gravenhage South Holland Netherlands. Adrian was the son of Vandergoes, Aert and van Brincken, Margaret. He married Van Spangen, Anna on 1536-04-14.

4245. Van Spangen, Anna. Anna was born in 1500 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands. Anna is the daughter of Van Spangen, Laurentsen and Gout, Maria.

Children of Van Spangen, Anna and Vandergoes, Adrian

i. Vandergoes, Jacobus. He was born in 1538 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands.

More about Van Spangen, Anna and Vandergoes, Adrian:

Marriage: 1536-04-14.

4246. Balbani, Jean. Jean was born in 1510 in Antwerp Belguim.

Children of unknown and Balbani, Jean

i. Balbani, Matilda. She was born in 1542 in Middelburg Zeeland Netherlands.

4248. Vandergoes, Adrian. is the same person as [4244].

4249. Van Spangen, Anna. is the same person as [4245].

4250. Balbani, Jean. is the same person as [4246].

6272. Stappen, Theib. Theib was born in 1535 in Gladbach Rhineland. He married , Biell.

6273. , Biell. Biell was born in 1539 in Gladbach Rhineland.

Children of , Biell and Stappen, Theib

i. An Der Stappen, Coentgen. He was born in 1560 in Gladbach Rhineland. He died in 1609 in Gladbach Rhineland.

6280. Comis, Thones. Thones was born in 1535. He died after 1591 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. Thones was the son of Comes, Gottschalk.

Children of unknown and Comis, Thones

i. Comis, Gottschalk. He was born in 1565 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia. He died about 1652.

Generation 14

8480. Knutson, Erik. Erik was born about 1469 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. Erik is the son of Simonson, Knut and Knus, Barbro. He married Gregorsdottir, Cajsa Brita.

8481. Gregorsdottir, Cajsa Brita. Cajsa Brita was born about 1473 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

Children of Gregorsdottir, Cajsa Brita and Knutson, Erik

i. Erikson, Erik. He was born about 1497 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

8482. Magnusson, Olof. Olof was born about 1468 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden. He died about 1530.

Children of unknown and Magnusson, Olof

i. Olafsdottir, Anna. She was born about 1502 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.

8488. Vandergoes, Aert. Aert was born about 1475 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands. He died in 1545. He married van Brincken, Margaret.

8489. van Brincken, Margaret. Margaret was born in 1473 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands.

Children of van Brincken, Margaret and Vandergoes, Aert

i. Vandergoes, Adrian. He was born in 1475 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands. He died on 1560-11-05 in Gravenhage South Holland Netherlands.

8490. Van Spangen, Laurentsen. He had a relationship with Gout, Maria.

8491. Gout, Maria.

Children of Gout, Maria and Van Spangen, Laurentsen

i. Van Spangen, Anna. She was born in 1500 in Delft South Holloand Netherlands.

8496. Vandergoes, Aert. is the same person as [8488].

8497. van Brincken, Margaret. is the same person as [8489].

8498. Van Spangen, Laurentsen. is the same person as [8490].

8499. Gout, Maria. is the same person as [8491].

12560. Comes, Gottschalk. Gottschalk was born in 1510. He died on 1586/7-01-17 (Julian) in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

Children of unknown and Comes, Gottschalk

i. Comis, Thones. He was born in 1535. He died after 1591 in Muchen-Gladbach Rheinland Prussia.

Generation 15

16960. Simonson, Knut. Knut was born in 1443. He died about 1531. He married Knus, Barbro.

Notes for Simonson, Knut

BakerFamilyTree Website: Knut Simonson was our earliest ancestors to be born on the Island of Oland. We do not know whether his father, Simon Kristoferson Strale was born or lived any of his life on Oland or in Kalmar, Sweden. All we do know about Simon was that he was born around 1410 and he married a rather wealthy woman of noble heritage from Aspenas, Sweden. Her name was Elin Ivarsdotter and at least four generations of her ancestors lived in or around Aspenas, Sweden. I have spent a great deal of time researching the whereabouts of Aspenas without a great deal of success. The best that I can determine is that Aspenas was the medieval name of an area in Ostergotland, a province in southeast Sweden located about 100 miles north of the coastal city of Kalmar. Aspenas was most likely the name given to the castle and the estate of the nobleman who owned the property. One source in my research reported that one of our ancestors was the “Lord of Aspenas.” It is clear from my research however, that at least five generations of our family were wealthy nobles from the Aspenas area. They include:

(Years 1230 to 1490) Simon Kristoferson Strale (? – abt.1410) m. Elin Ivarsdotter (1404-abt.1490) Ivar Knutson (father of Elin) (bef. 1347 – aft.1404) m. Elin Larsdotter Knut Jonsson (abt.1270 – 1347) m. Katrina Bengtsdotter (? – 1350) Jon Filipsson (abt.1212 – 1280) m. Ingeborg Svantepolksdotter (abt.1250 – 1340) Svantepolk Knutson (1230 – 1310) m. Bengta Folkunge (? – 1280)

16961. Knus, Barbro. Barbro was born in 1447. She died in 1469.

Children of Knus, Barbro and Simonson, Knut

i. Knutson, Erik. He was born about 1469 in Borgholm Isle of Oland Sweden.