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The coat of arms shown on this page is actually for the surname of "DOMINICUS", Using the old country Patronymic naming conventions was the line of our VanDerVeeres and Vandivers.

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Vanderveers of New York and New Jersey

This is the Harlingen Old Reformed Dutch Church attended by MANY of our Vanderveer/Vandiver ancesters who lived in Somerset County, NJ, Specifically, Jan Vanderveer (1726-1771) and his wife, (cousin) Seytje Sarah Vanderveer and their descendants.
The Church still stands today in Bell Mead, Somerset Co, NJ; See their web page

I had the pleasure of visiting this church and was so impressed and so overcome to realize that my own ancestors had attended here over 250 years ago.

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Vanderveers of Mercer Co., KY

Started by Debbie Winchell (Loving Dove) Sep 6, 2009. 0 Replies

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Comment by A.M. on July 11, 2009 at 4:26pm
I have not looked in a while. Has anyone sorted out the North Carolina Vandivers with certainty?
Comment by Charles Wesley Smith Sr on July 10, 2009 at 6:40pm
The Vandiver line of my interest are in Madison County, AL and Oklahoma today, prior they were in Jackson County, AL -> South Carolina -> Virginia -> Delaware -> Europe
Comment by Gloria Kay Vandiver Inman, M.A., on July 10, 2009 at 4:03pm
Jan Cornelisse Dominicus (ca 1585 Netherlands) and his wife Neeltje Kempe were the parents of;
1. Cornelius Jansen Van Der Veer (c 1620-1702) American Immigrant
2. Jacobus Janse Dominicus Vanderveer (1626-??) Netherlands
3.Janneken Janse Dominicus (1629-??? Netherlands)
4. Maeyken Dominicus (1631-??? Netherlands_
and perhaps others
3. Peter Cornelisse VanDerVeer (Netherlands)

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