Tryntje Straatemaker1

#1575, (circa March 1674 - )
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Jan Dircksen Straatemaker2 (c 1642 - )
Mother*Gessie Gerrits2 (bt 1642 - 1646 - c 1700)

Family 1

Jan Claesen Kuyper b. c 1669
Children 1.Geesje Janse Kuyper13 (1695 - )
 2.Claese Jansen Kuyper14 (1696 - )
 3.Annetje Janse Kuyper15 (1698 - )
 4.Rachel Kuyper16 (c 1700 - )
 5.Tryntje Kuyper17 (1704/5 - )

Family 2

Jacob Hansen Hartje b. 1681
Children 1.Jennetje Hartje18 (c 1714 - )
 2. Leah Hartje+19 (c 1718 - 1755)
Her married name was Kuyper.3 
Tryntje Straatemaker was also known as Katryntje. 
Her married name was Hartje.4 
Birth*circa March 1674She was born circa March 1674 at New York, New York.2 
Baptism4 March 1674She was baptized on 4 March 1674 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York, New York.5,6 
1694She lived in 1694 at Hoboken, New Jersey.3 
Marriage*1 October 1694She married Jan Claesen Kuyper, son of Claes Janszen and Annetje Cornelise Van Vorst, on 1 October 1694 at Reformed Dutch Church, Bergen (now Jersey City), New Jersey.3,7 
Baptism11 April 1695She sponsored the baptism of Neeltje Kuyper on 11 April 1695 at Dutch Reformed Church, Tappan, Rockland (then Orange) Co., New YorkG.8 
23 October 1695She and Jan Claesen Kuyper were (an unknown value.)9 
Marriage*28 September 1706She married Jacob Hansen Hartje, son of Hans Jacobsen Hartje and Geertie Lamberts Mol, on 28 September 1706 at Hackensack, New Jersey.10,11,12 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S210] Isora Collord, Ancestors of William Adams Collord and Rebecca Severns his wife (privately printed, ca. 1870), p. 20. "Tryntje Straatemaker, the mother of Leah Hartje, was baptized in the New York Dutch Church, March 4, 1674, and was the daughter of Jan Dircksen Straatemaker and Gessie Gerrits. Tryntje was the abbreviation of Katryutje, the Dutch word for Catherina, and from Tryntje Straatemaker the name of Catherina came down through the Van Deursen and Tremper families to the Collords. The father of Jan Dircken and grandfather of Tryntje, was Dirck Straatemaker, of whom the following story is told in the History of New Netherlands:
    There had been a terrible massacre of the Indians by the Dutch in 1643. On the following day a man named Dirck Straatmaker proceeded with his wife to Pavonia in the company of some Englishmen. They were warned by the soldiers to return home but refused. 'There was no danger—if there were a hundred savages, not one of them would injure us,' they said. The soldiers hereupon withdrew, but had not gone far when they heard a shriek. Straatmaker lay mortally wounded, and his wife dead by his side. The unfortunate man could have escaped, but he did not wish to leave his poor wife. The Englishmen who had but one gun between them were fortunately rescued."
    . Hereinafter cited as Ancestors of Collord.
  2. [S1171] Thomas Grier Evans, editor, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York: Baptisms From 1639 to 1730 (New York: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1901), p. 113, citing p. 371, bapt. 4 Mar 1674. Tryntie, dau. of Jan Dirckse. Stratemaeker and Geesje Gerrits; witnesses Pieter Jacobszen Marius and Barbertje Barents.
  3. [S1133] "Bergen Records (2nd Book)", Year Book of the Holland Society, Holland Society of New York (1914): p. 67, no. 117. 23 Sep 1694, "Jan Claessen, Y. M., from Hesymus, living there, and Tryntje Straetmaker, Y. D., from Hoboken, living there. Were married Oct. 1 by Rev. Selyns, at Bergen."
  4. [S210] Isora Collord, Ancestors of Collord, "Hans Jacobsen Harty. This name is always spelled Harty, Hartje or Hertje in the church records, but Riker calls him Harding, and says he was the ancestor of the Hardings who in time spread through the counties of Rockland, Orange and Ulster, New York. He was born at Berne, Switzerland, was a weaver, and came here about 1663. He bought a small farm at Stuyvesant's Bowery, February 12, 1669, where most of his children were born, and were baptized in the Dutch church, New York. In the church records he is nearly always called Hans Jacobsen. He died in 1685, and his widow married again and went with her children to live at Tappan. (Riker's History of Harlem.) They had nine children, and the youngest son Jacob was baptized November 26, 16S1, and his marriage record states, that he was born at the Bowery, York Island. He was married at the Dutch Church in Hackensack, September 28, 1706, to Tryntje Stratemaker, widow, "both living at Tappan." They had so far as known five children, one of whom was Leah Hartje, live at Tappan. (Riker's History of Harlem.) They had nine children, and the youngest son Jacob was baptized November 26, 16S1, and his marriage record states, that he was born at the Bowery, York Island. He was married at the Dutch Church in Hackensack, September 28, 1706, to Tryntje Stratemaker, widow, "both living at Tappan." They had so far as known five children, one of whom was Leah Hartje..."
  5. [S1171] Thomas Grier Evans, Records of the RDC in NY: Baptisms 1639–1730, p. 113, citing p. 371, bapt. 4 Mar 1674. Tryntie, dau. of Jan Dirckse. Stratemaeker and Geesje Gerrits; witnesses Pieter Jacobszen Marius and Tryntie Walings.
  6. [S210] Isora Collord, Ancestors of Collord, "Tryntje Straatemaker, the mother of Leah Hartje, was baptized in the New York Dutch Church, March 4, 1674, and was the daughter of Jan Dircksen Straatemaker and Gessie Gerrits. Tryntje was the abbreviation of Katryntje..." [p 20]
  7. [S1075] A. van Doren Honeyman, William Whitehead and others, editors, Documents Relating to the Colonial and Revolutionary History of the State of New Jersey (Newark, NJ: Archives of the State of New Jersey, 1880–1949), XXII:572, Bergen Church Records. Tryntje Straetmaker and Jan Claessen, marr. 1694 Sept. 23 [first banns, p. 556 "It will be noticed that it was customary for the young couple to take from the Bergen Church a certificate of the announcement of the banns, and go to New York to get married by a regularly ordained minister of the Gospel."]. Hereinafter cited as Documents Relating to the History of the New Jersey.
  8. [S1639] Rev. David Cole, History of Rockland County New York (New York: J. B. Beers & Co., 1884), Appendix p. 3, no. 6. Neeltje, child of Cornelis Cuyper and Aelt Boogaerts, bapt. 11 Apr 1695; sponsors Hendrick Claessen and Tryntie Straetmaker.
  9. [S1632] Rev. David Cole, History of the Reformed Church of Tappan NY (New York: Press of Stettiner, Lambert & Co., 1894), p. 142. Jan Claesen Cuiper and Trijntje (Stratemaker), his wife, received into the church 25 Oct 1695. The church was organized in 1694 (p. 2).
  10. [S1316] Records of the Reformed Dutch Churches of Hackensack and Schraalenburgh, New Jersey, 1686-1802. 2 parts (New York: Holland Society, 1891), p. 30. Jacob Eerte, y. m., b. at the Bowery, on York Island, and Trintie Stratemakers, wid. of Jan Klase Kuyper, marr. 28 Sep 1705; both res. Tappan [ambiguous if Trintie also b. at the Bowery], [see also p. 107, dau.'s bapt. of 14 Nov 1714].
  11. [S210] Isora Collord, Ancestors of Collord, p. 19. "[Jacob] was married at the Dutch Church in Hackensack, September 28, 1706, to Tryntje Stratemaker, widow, 'both living at Tappan.' They had so far as known five children, one of whom was Leah Hartje..."
  12. [S1633] Dr. David S. Cole, "Betrothals and Marriages of the Dutch Reformed Church of Tappan, Rockland County, New York", The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Volumes 84-86, 98 (1953-1955, 1697): 83:3 (July 1953), p. 163, 16 Oct 1706. "Jakob Harte and Tryntje Stratemakers married." No location or other information. The marriage was in Hackensack.
  13. [S1134] "Bergen Records (1st Book)", Year Book of the Holland Society, Holland Society of New York (1913): p. 41, nos. 278 [b.] and 281 [bapt.]. Geesje, dau. of Jan Claesen and Treyntjje Straetmaker [for b.] or Straet [ for bapt,], b. "between Mar. 26 & 27' 1695, bapt. 14 May 1695; sponsors Jan Straetmaker and Annetje Cornelis, wid. of Claes Janse.
  14. [S1134] "Bergen Records (1st Book)", Holland Society of New York, p. 44, no. 308. Claes, "second child and first son" of Jan Claesen and Treyntje Straetmaker, b. 30 Nov 1696, bapt. not given.
  15. [S1134] "Bergen Records (1st Book)", Holland Society of New York, p. 46, no. 326. Annetje, "third child and second daughter" of Jan Claesen and Treyntje Straetmaker, b. "between June 29 & 30" 1695, bapt. not given.
  16. [S1639] Rev. David Cole, History of Rockland County (Cole), Appendix p. 3, no. 41. Raeghel, child of Jan Claes Cuyper and Tryntje, his wife, bapt. 3 Jul 1700; sponsors Cornelis Cuyper and Raeghel Stratmaker.
  17. [S1639] Rev. David Cole, History of Rockland County (Cole), Appendix p. 4, no. 91. Tryntje, child of Jan Klaessen Kuyper and Tryntye Stratemakers, b. 5 Mar 1704[/05], bapt. 10 Apr 1705; sponsors Dirck Stratemakers and Aeltje Bogaerts, wife of Cornelis Klaessen Kuyper.
  18. [S1316] Records of the R.D.C.s of Hackensack NJ (1891), p. 107. Jannetie, dau. of Jacob Heerte and Trintie Stratmakers, bapt. 14 Nov 1714; sponsors Jacob Kool and Barber, his wife.
  19. [S210] Isora Collord, Ancestors of Collord, "Tryntje Straatemaker, the mother of Leah Hartje, was baptized in the New York Dutch Church, March 4, 1674, and was the daughter of Jan Dircksen Straatemaker and Gessie Gerrits."