Isaac Van Deursen1

#1563, (1688 - 10 March 1756)
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Abraham Isaacsz Van Deursen2 (c 1659 - 1727)
Mother*Annatje Sickles2 (s 1664 - 1728)

Family

Annetje Waldron b. c 1681
Children 1.Annetje Van Deursen9 (1714 - )
 2.Abraham1 Van Deursen9 (1715 - )
 3. Daniel Van Deursen+1 (1716 - )
 4.Anna Van Deursen+9 (1718 - )
 5.Abraham Van Deursen9 (1720 - )
 6.Sara Van Deursen9 (1721 - )
 7.Isaac Van Deursen Jr9 (1723 - )
 8.Maria Van Deursen9 (1724 - )
 9.Catharina Van Deursen9 (1726 - )
He is numbered in The Van Deursen Family genealogy as (57.) 
Birth*1688He was born in 1688 at Albany, New York.3 
Baptism24 March 1688He was baptized on 24 March 1688 at Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, New York.4 
Marriage*5 April 1713He married Annetje Waldron, daughter of Daniel Waldron and Sara Rutgers, on 5 April 1713 at New York, New York.5 
22 June 1714He and Annetje Waldron were (an unknown value.)6 
Death*10 March 1756He died on 10 March 1756 at New York.7 
Burial*13 March 1756He was buried on 13 March 1756 at Old Dutch Church yard, New York, New York; est. date.7 
"(57) Issac Van Deurse[N], son of (18) Abraham (Isaacs) Van Deursen and Anna Sickles of Albany; bp at Albany Mar. 14, 1688; m April 5, 1713, at New York, Anna Waldron; b Nov. 19, 1681, 'wed, V. Francois Buis V. N. York.' She was the dau of Daniel Waldron (see Miscellaneous and Related Families) and Sara Rutgers, dau of Rutger (Willemsen) Van Langendyke and Gysbertie Martyns. Daniel Waldron was b in 1656, son of Joseph W. Waldron and Annetje Daniels; he was a gun-stock maker in New York, in which city he was granted a Freeman's Right Aug. 30, 1698 (New York Hist. Coll., Vol. 18, p. 67).
"On Sept. 12, 1737, Isaac Van Deursen was one of the signers of the petition of the citizens of New York, demanding the removal of William Crosby, Sheriff of the City and County of New York. The following year, 1738, we find him a member of Capt. Abraham Boelen 's Company of Militia; and on Nov. 6, 1744, he was granted a Freeman's Right, at which time his occupation was that of distiller (Ibid, p. 150). He died Mar. 10, 1756, and was buried in the graveyard of the Old Dutch Church in New York."8 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S222] Robert L. Olsen Family Tree, ourfamilyisforever, owner, online Ancestry.com.
  2. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family (New York: Frank Allaben Genealogical Company, 1912), "18 ABRAHAM ISAACSZ VAN DEUSEN, son of (3) Isaac (Abrahamsen) Van Deursen and Jannetje Jans; bp Nov. 16, 1659, in the Old Dutch Church at New Amsterdam; m a 1682, Anna Sickles, dau of Zacharias Sickles and Anna Lamberts Van Valkenberg. On Aug. 6, 1723 he was granted a Freemen's right (N. Y. Hist. Soc. Coll. 18, p. 103). He d Jan. 6, 1727; she d. Dec. 26, 1728; both buried O. D. C, N. Y. Res: Albany and New York. Oc: Merchant. [p. 28]
  3. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family, p. 58: "Isaac Van Deurse[N], son of (18) Abraham (Isaacs) Van Deursen and Anna Sickles of Albany; bp at Albany 'Mar. 14, 1688; m April 5, 17 13, at New York, Anxa Waldron; b Nov. 19, 1681, "wed, V. Francois Buis V. N. York." She was the dau of Daniel Waldron (see Miscellaneous and Related Families) and Sara Rutgers, dau of Rutger (Willemsen) Van Langendyke and Gysbertie Martyns. Daniel Waldron was b in 1656, son of Joseph W. Waldron and Annetje Daniels; he was a gun-stock maker in New York, in which city he was granted a Freeman's Right Aug. 30, 169S (New York Hist. Coll., Vol. 18, p. 67)."
  4. [S1319] Year Book of the Holland Society, "Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, N. Y.", Holland Society of New York (1904–1908): 1904:44. Isaac, son of Abraham Isaaksz, bapt. 14 Mar 1688; sponsor Johannes Van Sante; presented by Marretje Lambertsz.
  5. [S666] Samuel S. Purple, editor, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801 (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1890), p. 118. Isaac Van Deurse, j. m. V. [young man from] N: Albany, and Anna Waldron of New York, Wed. V. [widow of] François Buis; registered 20 Mar 1713, marr. 5 Apr 1713.
  6. [S1632] Rev. David Cole, History of the Reformed Church of Tappan NY (New York: Press of Stettiner, Lambert & Co., 1894), p. 143. "Isaac Van Deuse and Mettie ----, his wife, both from Ackqeckenonck," by certificate. His daughter-in-law Lea Hartje joined in 1735 (p. 146); his son Daniel also in 1735 (Van Deursen Family p. 103), but not named in the member rolls in this source.
  7. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family, p. 58: He died Mar. 10, 1756, and was buried in the graveyard of the Old Dutch Church in New York.
  8. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family, p. 58.
  9. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family, Children, bp at New York:
    i Annatje, bp Jan. 24, 1714; sps Abraham V. Deurse and Annatje, s. hs. v. ; d y.
    ii Abraham, bp Mar. 27, 1715; sps Abraham and Annatje Van Deurse ; d y.
    (128) iii Daniel, bp Sept. 16, 1716; sps Abraham Van Deurse, Sr., Sara Waldron; m in 1738, Lea Hartje.
    iv Anna, bp Feb. 26, 1718; sps Fredrik Willemse, Anna Van Deurse; m July 15, 1751, Pieter Hyer. Issue: Petrus Hyer, bp Mar. 8, 1758; sps Daniel Van Deursen, Sara Burger, h. v. v. Baltus Heyer.
    v Abraham, bp Jan. 6, 1720; sps Jacob Van Deurse, Maria Willemse.
    (129) vi Sara, bp Nov. 15, 1721 ; sps Edward Men, Sara Burger; m Nov. 17, 1749, Robert Sickles.
    vii Isaac, bp June 3, 1723; sps Isaac Boele, Catharina Boele, s. h. vr.
    viii Maria, bp Nov. 18, 1724 ; sps Gerret de Foreest, Maria Wellmse.
    ix Catharina, bp Sept. 4, 1726; sps Abraham Van Deurse, Catharina Boeken.