Zacharias Sickles1

#2193, (say 1630 - )
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Nelle Belle Bridges

Family

Anna Lamberts Van Valkenberg b. s 1640
Children 1.Robert Sickles+7 (s 1662 - )
 2. Annatje Sickles+1 (s 1664 - 1728)
 3.Lambert Sickles7 (c 1666 - )
 4.Zacharias Sickles Jr.7 (1670 - )
 5.Mary Sickles8 (s 1673 - )
 6.Thomas Sickles+7 (s 1676 - )
 7.Elizabeth Sickles+8 (s 1678 - )
 8.Grietje Sickles7 (c 1684 - )
 9.Leah Sickles9 (c 1687 - )
"Zacharias Sickels, the common ancestor and father of Zacharias aforesaid, was from Vienna, in Austria. Finding his way to Holland, he went out to Curacao, and served in the military rank of adelborst or cadet. When Stuyvesant returned from a visit to that island, in 1655, Sickels came with him, being soon after attached to the garrison at Fort Orange. In 1658 he was a tapster. He remained at Albany after the surrender, in 1664, and worked as a carpenter, having married Anna, daughter of Lambert Van Valkenburgh..." Revised History of Harlem.2 
Birth*say 1630He was born say 1630 at Vienna, Austria, Vienna; (poss.)2 
say 1650He removed to NetherlandsB say 1650.2 
circa 1653He was anadelhorst or cadet in the Dutch military, serving in CuraçaoB circa 1653.2 
circa 1655He migrated to New Amsterdam, New Netherland, (prob. as a soldier or cadet) circa 1655.3 
circa 1656He removed to Fort Orange, New Netherland, circa 1656.4 
Marriage*between 1658 and 1660He married Anna Lamberts Van Valkenberg between 1658 and 1660 at New YorkB.5,6 
circa 1693He removed from Albany to New York, New York, circa 1693.7 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [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]
  2. [S225] James Riker, Revised History of Harlem (City of New York): Its Origin and Early Annals (New York: New Harlem Publishing Co., 1904), p. 297, footnote.
  3. [S225] James Riker, Revised History of Harlem, p. 297, footnote (without citation), "When [Peter] Stuyvesant returned from a visit to that island [Curaçao], in 1655, Sickels came with him, being soon after attached to the garrison at Fort Orange."
  4. [S225] James Riker, Revised History of Harlem, p. 297, footnote (without citation), "When [Peter] Stuyvesant returned from a visit to that island [Curaçao], in 1655, Sickels came with him, beinj; soon after attached to the garrison at Fort Orange."
  5. [S286] Captain Albert Harrison Van Deusen, Van Deursen Family, p. 28. "Abraham Isaacsz Van Deusen, son of 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."
  6. [S368] Frank Munsell and Thomas P. Hughes, compiler, American Ancestry, twelve volumes (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1887-1899), XI:62, giving "1658 or '60."
  7. [S1281] Jonathan Pearson, Contributions For the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, From 1630 to 1800 (Albany, New York: J. Munsell, 1872), p. 101.
  8. [S225] James Riker, Revised History of Harlem, p. 297, footnote: "he had sons, Robert, Lambert, Zacharias and Thomas, and daughters, Anna, Elizabeth, Maria, Margaret and Leah."
  9. [S1281] Jonathan Pearson, Contributions For the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, p. 101, as Lea.