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VANDERVEER, Cornelius Janse

VANDERVEER, Cornelius Janse[1]

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  • Name VANDERVEER, Cornelius Janse 
    Gender Male 
    Immigration Feb 1658/59  Came from Holland to America on the ship Otter Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Possessions Between 1677 and 1678  Purchased farm in Flatlands, Long Island, New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Person ID I2421  Hugh Byrne and Nanette Asimov Lines
    Last Modified 29 May 2022 

    Family DEMANDEVILLE, Trintje 
    Children 
     1. VANDERVEER, Neeltje
     2. VANDERVEER, Dominicus,   b. Abt Nov 1679
     3. VANDERVEER, Jacoba,   b. Abt Apr 1686, Flatbush, Long Island, NY Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 29 May 2022 
    Family ID F896  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsPossessions - Between 1677 and 1678 - Purchased farm in Flatlands, Long Island, New York Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S47] Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, NJ, George C. Beekman, (1901, Moreau Brothers Publishers, Freehold, NJ), Jacoba Vanderveer, the wife of Jan Couwenhoven and ancestress of this Conover line, was born at Flatbush LI. She was baptized April 29, 1686, and was a daughter of Cornelius Janse Vanerveer and his wife, Trintje, daughter of Gillis DeMandeville. Corneius Janse Vanderveer came from Holland to America in the ship Otter, February, 1659.

    2. [S47] Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth County, NJ, George C. Beekman, (1901, Moreau Brothers Publishers, Freehold, NJ), In 1677-8 he purchased a farm at Flatlands, LI, where he settled. One of his daughters, Neeltje, married Daniel Polhemus. He also had a son, Dominicus, baptized November 16, 1679. This Dominiculs Vanderveer was associated with Daniel and Johannes Polhemus, Auke Loefferts or Leffertson, Ryck Hendrickson Suydam, Jacob Hendrickson Suydam and Stephen Coerten in a purchase of tract known as the 1500 acre tract on Swimming river from Lewis Morris in 1709.




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