Cornelius Fynhout1

#5312, (circa 1645 - after 1704)
Relationship7th great-grandfather of Nelle Belle Bridges

Family 1

Neeltje Van Wagenen b. c 1641, d. b 1691
Children 1. Jacomyn Fynhout+10 (c 1668 - )
 2.Arent Fynhout+11 (c 1671 - )
 3.Aert Fynhout12 (1679 - )
 4.Annatje Fynhout+12 (c 1680 - c 1725)
 5.Cornelius Fynhout Jr12 (1682 - )

Family 2

Jacomyntje Swart b. c 1655, d. c 1713
Children 1.Petrus Fynhout12 (c 1700 - )
 2.Jacomyntje Fynhout+12 (1704 - 1750)
Birth*circa 1645He was born circa 1645 at Beveryck (Albany), New York.1 
6 June 1667He on 6 June 1667 at Ulster Co., New YorkG.2 
Marriage*6 June 1667He married Neeltje Van Wagenen, daughter of Aert Van Wagenen and Annetje Gerritse Van den Burg, on 6 June 1667 at Old Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster Co., New YorkG.3,4,2 
24 April 1674He and Gerrit Van Wagenen were in Court on 24 April 1674 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New YorkG.5 
Probate1 April 1678He witnessed the settlement of the estate of Annetje Gerritse Van den Burg on 1 April 1678, lot 3, also fenced in; (division and partitioning.)6 
Marriage*after 1691He married Jacomyntje Swart, daughter of Teunis Cornelise Swart and Elisabeth Van Der Linde, after 1691 at Ulster Co., New YorkG; (his second, her third.)7 
Baptism2 February 1696He (or poss. his son Cornelis Jr.) sponsored the baptism of Neeltje Fynhout on 2 February 1696 at Ulster Co., New YorkG.8 
Death*after 1704He died after 1704 at Ulster Co., New YorkG.9 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, Cornelius Fynhout, b. about 1645 at Beverwyck, New Netherland and d. Ulster Co. NY. Marr. (1), 6 June 1667 at Kingston, Ulster Co. NY, Neeltje Van Wagenen, b. 1641 at Westbroeck, Utrecht, Netherland and d. before 1691 at Kingston, Ulster Co. NY, age 50, dau. of Aert Van Wagenaar (son of Jacob) and Annatje Van Wagenaar (dau. of Gerrit); Cornelius marr. (2), about 1691 at Schenectady, Schenectady Co. NY, Jacomyntje Swart, b. about 1660 and d. 1713, age about 53, dau. of Teunis Swart (son of Cornelius) and Elisabeth De Lint or Van Der Linde (dau. of Esaias).
  2. [S675] Ulster County N.Y. Archives, online www.co.ulster.ny.us, "Minutes: On June 6/May 27 of the year 1667 were legally married by Schout and Commissaries at Wildwyck Cornelis Aertsen Fynhout, Young Man, and Neeltje Aertsen, young daughter of Aert Jacobs, deceased." Citing English Translations of Dutch Colonial Records a.k.a. "Kingston Papers" Deed Book 1, p. 442.
  3. [S221] Roswell Randall Hoes, compiler, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (New York: De Vinne Press, 1891), p. 502, no. 20; Cornelis Fynhout, j.m., born at Fort Orangie, and Neeltie Aertsen, j.d., of Achtien Hooven. Banns published three times in succession, 21 May. Married by the Hon. Justice.
    Footnote 5, "The present Achttienhoven meaning 'eighteen farms'; spelled Achtienhoeven by Jean Blaen, in his "Geographie," published in 1667, and Achtienhoven, by S. van Leeuwen, in his "Batavia Illustrata," published in 1685. It is a small village in South Holland, a few miles N. N. W. of Woerden. There is another place of the same name a few miles north of the city of Utrecht. It is found on modern maps...Care should be taken not to confound these places with at least two others in Holland called Achthoven."
  4. [S1338] Donald C. Lockhart, A Survey of Four Microfilm Rolls of Old Dutch and English Records Held by the Ulster County Clerk's Office in Kingston, New York (Needham, Massachusetts: Nehoiden Press, 2011), p. 15. "On June 6/May 27 of the year 1667 were legally married by schout and commissaries at Wildwijck Cornelis Aertsen Fynhout, young man, and Neeltje Aertsen, young daughter of Aert Jacobs, deceased." (Citing Court Records, Book 2, old page 322; Microfilm 1:351; Versteeg Vol. 1:442; Christoph New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch–Kingston Papers 1:350.). Hereinafter cited as Microfilm Rolls of Old Dutch and English Records.
  5. [S675] Ulster County N.Y. Archives, online www.co.ulster.ny.us, Book 2, pp. 29, 30; Ordinary Session, 4 /24 /1674.
    Complainants: Willemsen, Jan; Fynhout, Corn.; Aertsen, Gerrit; Aertsen, Hendrick; Schepmoes, Dirck Jansen. Defendant: Claesen, Clasen, Classen: Tierck.
    Note: Complainants say that defendant made his children break through their fence, for the purpose of driving his horses through the same. Answer: That he can only get off his land through the aforesaid fence.
    Minutes: Jan Willemsen, Corn. Fynhout, Gerrit Aertsen, Hendrick Aertsen, Dirck Jansen Schepmoes Complt; Tierck Claesen Deft. Complts say that deft made his children break through their fence, for the purpose of driving his horses through the same.
    Deft says that he can only get off his land through the aforesaid fence. He took out the rails, led the horses through, and again put in the rails.
    Jacob Jansen says having seen that Tierck Claesen's children broke the fence, drove the horses through, and also left the same open. Requests the nobody shall drive through the same.
    The hon. court orders and commands Tierck Claesen to abstain from breaking open anybody's fence or land or to drive any cattle through the same.
    Tierck Claesen requests that a central fence shall be made, and that each shall erect one half. The hon. court decides that everybody is at liberty to fence in his land as he pleases, but cannot force his neighbor to do his share of the same. In regard to a road of exit (uitweg) no neighbor can refuse the same to the other, but each one is master of his own land.
  6. [S675] Ulster County N.Y. Archives, online www.co.ulster.ny.us, English Translations of Dutch Colonial Records a.k.a. "Kingston Papers" (Deed Books 1,2,&3); II:419-20; " Session Type:
    Settlement; Date: 4 /1 /1678; Grantor: Gerritsen, Annetie (deceased); Grantee: Heirs of the estate of Annetie Gerritsen; Note: Agreement as to the division, partitioning and separation of the estate of Annetie Gerritsen.: Minutes: On the below mentioned date the heirs of the deceased Annetie Gerritsen, late widow of Aerdt Jacobsen have agreed in all good will and friendship in regard to their inheritance of the land, acknowledging the following division, partitioning and separation in regard to their inheritance and patrimonial estate, each for himself considering this as a binding contract, now and forever, irrevocably. Gerridt Aerdtsen, oldest son, has received for share the first lot already apportioned to him; of the same extent as its limits show. Jacobus Elmendorp the lot no 2, of about the same extent and also fenced in; Cornelis Fynhout no 3 also fenced in; Cornelis Maston no 4; Jacob Aertsen no 5, they being perfectly well satisfied with this partition of the land. Which partition and division has taken place in the presence of Capt Chambers, Jan Willemsen, Tierck Claesen who have also, in testimony of the truth, subscribed to the same, besides the principals, on April 1, 1678 at Kingston.
    (signed) Gerrit Aertsen.
    Jacobus Elmendorff.
    Cornelis Fynhout X (mark) his mark.
    Cornelis Masten.
    Jacop Aertsen.
    (signed) Thomas Chambers.
    Jan Willemsen
    Tierck Claszen
    To which testifies (signed) Wm LaMontagne, Secretary."
  7. [S589] Prof. Jonathan Pearson, A History of The Schenectady Patent in the Dutch and English Times, J. W. Mac Murray, editor (Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell's Sons, Printers, 1883), p. 71. Pieter Cornelise Vielè [sic] settled, ca. 1678, in the Second Flat of the Schenectady Patent; he "died early and his wife, Jacquemina Swart, married Benonny Arentse Van Hoeck, who was killed at Schenectady, in 1690. Afterwards
    she married Cornell's Vyohout, of Ulster county, and in 1699 they conveyed her share of this flat to her son, Lewis Viele."
    p. 182. Bennony Van Hoek "was son of Arent Isaacse Van Hoek of Beverwyck; marrying Jacquemina Swart, widow of Pieter Cornelise Viele, he settled in Schenectady. He is not known to have possessed any real estate save what he acquired by his marriage."
  8. [S221] Roswell Randall Hoes, Baptisms and Marriages ODC Kingston, p. 46. Neeltje, dau. of Arent Fynhout and Marytje Vielen [sic], bapt. 2 Feb 1696; sponsors Cornelis Fynhout, Louwis Vielen and Lysbet Aartsen.
  9. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, "Cornelius Fynhout, who was born about 1645 at Beverwyck, New Netherland and died at Ulster County, New York.
    He married first, 06 June 1667 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York Neeltje Van Wagenen Fynhout, who was born 1641 at Westbroeck, Utrecht, Netherland and died before 1691 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York at 50 years of age, a daughter of Aert Van Wagenaar and Annatje ? Van Wagenaar and married second, about 1691 at Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York Jacomyntje Swart Viele/Van Hoeck/Fynhout, who was born about 1660 and died 1713 at 53 years of age, a daughter of Teunis Swart and Elisabeth De Lint (Van Der Linde) Swart/Vrooman/Uythoff. First Residence - Beverwyck, New Netherland. Second Residence - Ulster County, New York." [reference numbers omitted].
  10. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, 1. Cornelius Fynhout (Rn=71948), who was born about 1645 at Beverwyck, New Netherland and died at Ulster County, New York.
    He married first, 06 June 1667 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York Neeltje Van Wagenen Fynhout (Rn=71949), who was born 1641 at Westbroeck, Utrecht, Netherland and died before 1691 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York at 50 years of age, a daughter of Aert Van Wagenaar (Rn=98) and Annatje ? Van Wagenaar (Rn=125) and married second, about 1691 at Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York Jacomyntje Swart Viele/Van Hoeck/Fynhout (Rn=14481), who was born about 1660 and died 1713 at 53 years of age, a daughter of Teunis Swart (Rn=13599) and Elisabeth De Lint (Van Der Linde) Swart/Vrooman/Uythoff (Rn=13600).First Residence - Beverwyck, New Netherland. Second Residence - Ulster County, New York.
  11. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, Children of Cornelius Fynhout and Neeltje Van Wagenen:
    1. Jacomyntje, b. ca. 1668, marr. Cornelis Swart, son of Teunis.
    2. Arent, b. 18 June 1671, marr. Marritje Viele, dau. of Pieter.
    3. Aert, born Kingston, Ulster Co. NY, 16 Nov 1679.
    4. Annatje, b. ca. 1680, marr. Jan Leg, son of Willem.
    5. Cornelius, b. Kingston, Ulster Co. NY, 25 May 1682.
    Children of Cornelius Fynhout and Jacomyntje Swart:
    1. Jacomyntje, b. 3 Sep 1704, marr. Jan Decker, son of Broer.
    2. Petrus, b. Schenectady Co. NY, ca. 1700.
  12. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, Children of Cornelius Fynhout and Neeltje Van Wagenen were as follows:

    + 2. i. Jacomyntje Fynhout Swart (Rn=70833), who was born about 1668 and married Cornelis Swart (Rn=70832).
    + 3. ii. Arent Fynhout (Rn=71950), who was born 18 June 1671 and married Marritje Viele Fynhout (Rn=71951).
    4. iii. Aert Fynhout was born 16 November 1679 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York).
    + 5. iv. Annatje Fynhout Leg (Rn=70991), who was born about 1680 and married Jan Leg (Rn=70992).
    6. v. Cornelius Fynhout was born 25 May 1682 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York).

    Children of Cornelius Fynhout and Jacomyntje Swart were as follows:

    + 7. i. Jacomyntje Fynhout Decker (Rn=71947), who was born 03 September 1704 and married Jan Decker (Rn=71946).
    8. ii. Petrus Fynhout was born about 1700 at Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York.