"Here are the family names of my husband's ancestors living in NY from 1600's on
Beekman, Berck, Bergen, Chadwick, Coens, Davids, de la Haye, Freer, Hooglandt, Huybertsen, Jansen, Kouenhoven, Kuykendall, Rapalje, Teerpenning/…"
"Jannetje Freer who married Johannes / Jan / John Teerpenning / Tarpenning are my husband's 5G Grandparents. His mother was also a Freer - Hester / Esther b. Oct 1699. Their son Simon Teerpenning married Francinte Van Benschoten (husband's…"
"My late husband has Dutch ancestors in New Netherland in the 1600's. I'd like to trace them back to the "old country." Here are his Dutch "treetops."
Abraham Van Deusen / Deursen
Samson Berck & Trynje Van…"
"Brandt, I don't know what Tlör is but "til verden den" means "to the earth on"
so the date that follows is probably a birth date.
Also, I have three Fadnes folks in my database: Jakob Olsen (1845-1910) died in Voss,…"
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