Elisabeth Van Der Linde1

#5327, (circa December 1629 - )
Relationship7th great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Esaias Van Der Linde1 (s 1600 - b 1641)
Mother*Maijke Davidts1 (c 1599 - )
Step-fatherJan Verbeeck2 (c 1613 - 1698)
Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province, Church Records, FamilySearch

Family 1

Teunis Cornelise Swart b. c 1635, d. b 1682/83
Children 1.Pieternella Tenisse Swart11
 2.Neeltje Tenisse Swart11
 3.Jannetje Tenisse Swart11
 4. Cornelis Swart+12 (c 1652 - )
 5.Esaias Swart+13 (1653 - )
 6.Jacomyntje Swart+3 (c 1660 - c 1713)
 7.Adam Antonisz Swart14 (c 1668 - )
 8.Maritie Swart+15 (s 1670 - )

Family 2

Jacob Meese Vrooman d. b 1692
Elisabeth Van Der Linde was also known as De Lint.1 
Her married name was Swart.3 
Her married name was Vrooman.4 
Birth*circa December 1629She was born circa December 1629 at NetherlandsG.1 
Baptism13 December 1629She was baptized on 13 December 1629 at Dutch Reformed Church, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam.1
July 1641She accompanied Maijke Davidts and Jan Verbeeck in July 1641 on board den Coninck David to New NetherlandG.5 
14 May 1642She sailed letter concerning the family's arrival. "Names of Settlers in Rensselaerswyck from 1630 to 1646" (compiled from the Books of Monthly Wages in Rensselaerswyck, in O'Callaghan's History of New Netherland II:440) has their companions Mannix and Hooges there in 1642 with Maijke Davidts and Jan Verbeeck on 14 May 1642.6 
Marriage*circa 1651She married Teunis Cornelise Swart, son of Cornelis Swart and ____ _____, circa 1651.7 
21 July 1677She left a will on 21 July 1677 at Schenectady, New York; "Near noon about 7 o'clock before me, Lodevicus Cobes, Secretary of Schenectady and for the undersigned witnesses, appeared the worthy Theunis Cornelisse Swart and Elizabeth van der Linden, his wife, — the longest liver to have bonds, book-debts, money, gold, silver, coined and uncoined, jewels, clothing, linnen, woolen, household-goods. 'If the survivor should marry, one half to go to their' children, begotten by them, and if so should happen that both the testators should die without having married again, the minors shall be brought up from the proceeds of the estate."8 
Marriage*before 7 February 1682/83She married Jacob Meese Vrooman before 7 February 1682/83 at New York.9 
4 January 1692 As of 4 January 1692,her married name was Uythoff.4 
Marriage*4 January 1692She married Wouter Uythoff on 4 January 1692.10 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S1321] Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province, Church Records, 1523-1948, images, online FamilySearch.org, Nederlands Hervormde Kerk, Amsterdam, baptisms 1601-1634, image 517/597, recto, line12. On Thursday the 13th dicto ["the same" as previous entry, i. e. December]: Josias Vanderlinde and Maijke Davidts, witness Doritea Huibrechtsdr – [child] Lysbetje. FHL 113132. Repository Nederlands Rijksarchiefdienst, Den Haag (Netherlands National Archives, The Hague).
  2. [S1367] William J. Hoffman, "Random Notes Concerning Settlers of Dutch Descent", The American Genealogist 29:65-76, 146-152; 30:38-44 (Apr 1953, Jan 1954): 29:72. "Jan Verbeek, from Breda, a tailor is quoted as calling himself 'attorney and grandfather of Jacomyntje Swart,' a daughter of Teunis Cornelisse Swart and Elisabeth de Lint. This can be explained by reference to a notarial paper dated 11 July 1641 passed before Notary J. v.d. Ven at Amsterdam, wherein it was stated that Jan Verbeek from Breda, 27 years old, tailor, Mayken Dammes [Adams] Vissenburg his wife, 42 yrs. old [fifteen years older than her husband!l, and her 'voordochter,' daughter by a previous marriage, Lysbeth van der Linden, 11 years old, had made a contract to go to the Colony of Rensselaerswyck." Citation Van Rensselaer Bowier Mss 826 [NYSL 1908 van Laer].
  3. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online \http://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.. Hereinafter cited as Early New Netherland Settlers.
  4. [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), "Claas Laurense, one of the first settlers in 1662, married Maritie, daughter of Teunis Cornelise Swart, and had nine children, the most of whom attained maturity and left families. His village lot comprised the lots now occupied by Van Home Hall and Myers' stores, having a front on State street of 105 feet.
    In 1692, he bought the lot on the east corner of State and Church streets, — 170 feet on the former and 160 feet on the latter street. This lot was originally granted to Teunis Cornelise Swart, by patent of date Jan. 15, 1667; on his death, his wife Elizabeth married Jacob Meese Vrooman, of Albany, to whom the magistrates of Schenectady gave a deed of the same, of date Feb. 7, 168|. Vrooman dying, his widow again married Wouter Uythoff, with whom she united Jan. 4, 1692, in a conveyance of said lot to Claas Laurense Van Purmerend [alias Van der Volgen], — it " being a corner lot over against the Blockhouse (te weten de kerk) ['to wit the church], 200 feet long [on Church street] — 170 ft. long [on State street], having south and west des heeren straet ('the public streets') [State and Church streets], and to the east Jan Labatie," according to deed of Feb. 7, 1682/3; excepting a piece conveyed to Esaias Swart, by deed of July 30, 1681. This latter parcel was taken from the rear of the whole lot, 40 ft. front on Church street and is now number 31 and owned by Mr. Marten De Forest.
    His farm on the bouwland was No. 10, which was conveyed to him 25th April, 1692, by Wouter Uythoff (third husband of Elizabeth Van der Linde), and said Elizabeth for 540 beavers, — "the bouwery, lot [in the "Village], house, barn and rick of the late Teunis Cornelise Swart, — the " bouwery being No. 10 over the third Poenties~ kil, to the east of Nos. 9 " and 6, to the west of Nos. 9 and 8 from the hill to the river Southwest by "west, 64 rods wide; comprising 24 morgens 576 rods as granted by pat"ent 16 June 1664 and confirmed Jan. 15 1667." " Page 173, citing Deeds, IV, 34, 35 and Deeds, IV, 38.
  5. [S672] A. J. F. van Laer, editor, Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1908), p. 23. "1641, July 10 Order of the West India Company to Job Arisz, skipper of den Coninck David, to transport Antony de Hooges, Jan Verbeeck and family, and others."

    p. 555-556. Order of the West India Company to Job Arisz, skipper of den Coninck David, to transport Antony de Hooges, Jan Verbeeck and family, and others.
    The directors of the West India Company, Chamber of Amsterdam order and direct Job Arissen, skipper of the ship named Co. David to transport in said ship under his command and to permit to sleep and eat in the cabin the person of Anthony de Hogus in the service of Mr renselaer and Johan Vrbeeck with his wife and daughter and maid servant, and Geertgen nanninx, with son and little daughter, provided he bring with [him] a musket or firelock and sword of [his] own, with his accompanying baggage specified below and marked with the mark of the Company; and for transporting these the skipper shall upon [declaration] signed by said Anthony dc Hogus, be paid for board stivers a day, according to the amount agreed upon with Mr rens. for board of his colonists. Done at Amsterdam, the 10th of July 1641.
    [signed] Fredr : Schulenbr :— S. blomaert

    [went on board the 23d day of the month of July]
    The above named having with them four chests large and small containing their apparel, clothes, linen and other effects, further some furniture and miscellaneous articles, shall pay upon arrival for freight twenty-eight guilders, I say, must pay for freight f 28: Done at Amsterdam this 19th of July 1641. [signed] J : Eincklaen
    For Anthonij de hooges f 8
    For Johan Verbeeck, his wife, child and maidservant f 10
    For Gurtgen Nanninx and two children f 10
    [total] f 28
    [ Endorsed] Renselaer


    p. 556. Note on Geertgen nanninx. "Entered in Maentgelt Boeck, 1638-44, as Geertgen Mannix, wed., Geertgen Mannix, widow. Dec. 28, 1641, Geertje Nannincks, widow of Tjerck Hendricksz, married Abel Reddenhasen, a young man from Waldeck, who died before Aug. 2, 1644, when she sold her house at New Amsterdam, at the corner of the East River and the present Broad street, to Cornells Melyn. July 21, 1647, she married at New Amsterdam Claes Jansz Kust [Rust], widower of Aechtje Cornells."

    p. 573. Letter from Kiliaen van Rensselaer to Cornells van der Donck, August 1, 1641.
    Cornells vander Donck, at Breda
    This 1st of August 1641, in Amsterdam
    Through indisposition I have been unable to answer you sooner; am now only in fair health. The tailor from breda with his wife and still other company, together 10 persons large and small, set sail for New Netherland on Tuesday last; may God be with them. They have good weather but the wind has changed and become contrary; I fear that they will have to seek shelter in England. I could still use a smith's helper and a brickmaker. A ship is being made ready which I hope will lie ready to sail in a month; it would be well if the men could go across in that ship, but this you must know that there is a smith in the country but no brickmaker, so that the brickmaker must have a boy or other help, unless he could burn brick alone. Vale.


    p. 826. "Jan Verbeeck, from Breda, [province of North Brabant], tailor; was to sail by den Coninck David with his wife, child and maid servant, but in the accounts of the colony is charged with passage of himself, wife and child only."
  6. [S672] A. J. F. van Laer, Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts, p. 608. Kiliaen van Rensselaer to Cornells van der Donck.
    Comelis vander Donck, at bredael
    This 14th of May 1642, in Amsterdam
    I received the letter of the 4th instant from your wife, but my absence has delayed the answer. I have received no letter from the tailor [Jan Verbeeck] but understand that he has arrived and that his wife is sick. I hope that they are already now in the colony. As the wind is now east, the Company makes much haste with the ship, so that you will please as soon as possible send the boys hither with whatever else you intend to send. If this wind continues, the ship could run out to sea in eight or ten days, but if it changes there might be some delay. However, one should not trust to that; it is time that the people and goods come at once. The minister and his wife have arrived already and will today or tomorrow put their things on board, so that you ought not to wait any longer. Vale.
  7. [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, Cornelius Fynhout, who was born about 1645 at Beverwyck, New Netherland and died at Ulster County, NY. Married second, about 1691 at Schenectady, NY, Jacomyntje Swart, 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).
  8. [S663] Gustave Anjou, compiler, Ulster County N.Y. Probate Records (New York: Gustave Anjou, 1906), I:74–75, citing Book of Deeds Liber I, p. 431. Will dated 21 Jul 1677, in Dutch.
    "Naar de middagh ontrent 7 uren voor my Lodevicus Cobes Secrets : van Schanegtede ende voor de naargenoemde getuygen gecompareert ende Verschenen zyn, den Eersamen Theunis Cornelisse Swart, ende Elizabeth vander Linden Echte beyden my Secretario wel bekent" knowing the shortness of the human life, etc., the longest liver to have "actien en Crediten, gelt, gout, zilver, gemunt en ongemiuit, Juweelen, Kleederen, linnen, woolen, huysraat en de anders" and if the longest liver were to marry "de helft eene Schifinge en de Deelinge gemaakt Sal worden voor haare Elf kinderen te Samen geproucureert ende in 't leven zynde Insgelyke Soo sy byde testateuren mogten komen te overlyden sender in eenander heuwelyk te treden, is haar begeeren dat de minder jaarige kinderen uyt de Effecten Sullen groot gemaakt worden."
    (Near noon about 7 o'clock before me, Lodevicus Cobes, Secretary of Schenectady and for the undersigned witnesses, appeared the worthy Theunis Cornelisse Swart and Elizabeth van der Linden, his wife, — the longest liver to have bonds, book-debts, money, gold, silver, coined and uncoined, jewels, clothing, linnen, woolen, household-goods. "If the survivor should marry, one half to go to their" children, begotten by them, and if so should happen that both the testators should die without having married again, the minors shall be brought up from the proceeds of the estate.)
    Theunis Cornelisse (het mark)
    Leysebeth Van der Lenden
    Sweer Thonissen (het merk)
    Domine Aukes.
  9. [S589] Prof. Jonathan Pearson, History of The Schenectady Patent, p. 173, citing Deeds, IV, 34, 35 and Deeds, IV, 38. "This lot was originally granted to Teunis Cornelise Swart, by patent of date Jan. 15, 1667; on his death, his wife Elizabeth married Jacob Meese Vrooman, of Albany, to whom the magistrates of Schenectady gave a deed of the same, of date Feb. 7, 1681. Vrooman dying, his widow again married Wouter Uythoff, with whom she united Jan. 4, 1692."
  10. [S589] Prof. Jonathan Pearson, History of The Schenectady Patent, lind:Claas Laurense, one of the first settlers in 1662, married Maritie, daughter of Teunis Cornelise Swart, and had nine children, the most of whom attained maturity and left families. His village lot comprised the lots now occupied by Van Home Hall and Myers' stores, having a front on State street of 105 feet.
    In 1692, he bought the lot on the east corner of State and Church streets, — 170 feet on the former and 160 feet on the latter street. This lot was originally granted to Teunis Cornelise Swart, by patent of date Jan. 15, 1667; on his death, his wife Elizabeth married Jacob Meese Vrooman, of Albany, to whom the magistrates of Schenectady gave a deed of the same, of date Feb. 7, 168|. Vrooman dying, his widow again married Wouter Uythoff, with whom she un[ited Jan. 4, 1692, in a conveyance of said lot to Claas Laurense Van Purmerend [alias Van der Volgen], — it " being a corner lot over against the Blockhouse (te weten de kerk) ['to wit the church], 200 feet long [on Church street] — 170 ft. long [on State street], having south and west des heeren straet ('the public streets') [State and Church streets], and to the east Jan Labatie," according to deed of Feb. 7, 1682/3; excepting a piece conveyed to Esaias Swart, by deed of July 30, 1681. This latter parcel was taken from the rear of the whole lot, 40 ft. front on Church street and is now number 31 and owned by Mr. Marten De Forest.
    His farm on the bouwland was No. 10, which was conveyed to him 25th April, 1692, by Wouter Uythoff (third husband of Elizabeth Van der Linde), and said Elizabeth for 540 beavers, — "the bouwery, lot [in the "Village], house, barn and rick of the late Teunis Cornelise Swart, — the bouwery being No. 10 over the third [Poenties] kil, to the east of Nos. 9 and 6, to the west of Nos. 9 and 8 from the hill to the river Southwest by west, 64 rods wide; comprising 24 morgens 576 rods as granted by patent 16 June 1664 and confirmed Jan. 15 1667." Page 173, citing Deeds, IV, 34, 35 and Deeds, IV, 38.
  • [S1365] Robert G. Cooney Jr. and Harry Macy Jr., "The Netherlands Ancestry of Elisabeth De Lint, Wife of Teunis Cornelissen Swart", The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol. 120 (Jul 1989).
  • [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/, 2. Jacomyntje Fynhout Swart (Rn=70833), who was born about 1668 and died before 25 December 1695 at 27 years of age.
    She married Cornelis Swart (Rn=70832), who was born 14 October 1652 and died after 19 May 1728 at 75 years of age, a son of Teunis Swart (Rn=13599) and Elisabeth De Lint (Van Der Linde) Swart/Vrooman/Uythoff (Rn=13600). Source [Burhans Genealogy by Samuel Burhans Junior 1894 page 19].
  • [S589] Prof. Jonathan Pearson, History of The Schenectady Patent, "Teunis Cornelise Swart had three sons who lived to maturity and had families, — Cornelis the eldest, who removed to Ulster county, (151-9) — Adam who settled in Kinderhook (152-1), and Esaias or Jesaias, who remained in Schenectady and became the progenitor of those who bear this name in this vicinity.

    Esaias, born in 1653, married Eva, daughter of Teunis Van Woert of Albany, and had three sons, Teunis who settled in Schoharie; Wouter who, settled on the south side of the Mohawk river on the Thickstone place (152-2), whose daughter he married, and Jesaias who settled on the north side of the Mohawk at the Sixth flat, of which he received a conveyance Aug. 3, 1713, from the trustees of Schenectady for £6-19-6 yearly rent, together with 60 acres of woodland lying northward of the same. (152-3)

    His village lot, of 40 feet front and 163 feet deep, was on the east side of Church street, 163 feet north from State street, the same having been reserved out of his father's lot when it was sold to his brother-in-law Van der Volgen. (152-4)

    He had also had eight acres of bouwery No. 10, which his step-father Jacob Meese Vrooman and his mother Elizabeth, widow of Teunis Cornelise Swart, conveyed to him Feb. 20, 1685/6, — "bounded south by the hills, west by Symon Volckertse [Veeder], north by Claas Laurense Van der Volgen and east by a low place formerly a swamp, adjoining the pasture of Claas Laurense Purmerend [Van der Volgen], being a part of farm or bouwery No. 10 granted to said Teunis Cornelise [Swart] by patent Jan. 15, 1667. (152-5)

    Notes
    (151-9) Cornelis Swart was 70 years old 22 May, 1722, and was born therefore about 1652. Wills, I, Deeds, IV, 35; Albany Annals, VI, 48.
    (152-1) Adam Swart Van Schenegtade married Metie Willemse Van Slyck Van Nieuw Albanie, Jan. 15, 1690; — in 1706 he resided in Kinderhook. — Albany Dutch Church Records.
    (152-2) Above Hoffman's Ferry.
    (152-3) Church and Toll Papers.
    (152-4) Deeds, IV, 35.
    (152-5) Deeds, III, 310.

    [The original version uses assorted typographical symbols to represent footnotes. To improve legibility, the online version uses the form (page number - note number.)]"

    This is the transcription of the original as published by Schenectady History.org at http://www.schenectadyhistory.org/resources/patent/…. The original page has also been examined and is available in Exhibits.
  • [S590] Stonehouse and Related Families, online www.stonehouse.ca, "Teunis Cornelise Swart had three sons who lived to maturity and had families, — Cornelis the eldest, who removed to Ulster county, (151-9) — Adam who settled in Kinderhook (152-1), and Esaias or Jesaias, who remained in Schenectady and became the progenitor of those who bear this name in this vicinity.

    Esaias, born in 1653, married Eva, daughter of Teunis Van Woert of Albany, and had three sons, Teunis who settled in Schoharie; Wouter who, settled on the south side of the Mohawk river on the Thickstone place (152-2), whose daughter he married, and Jesaias who settled on the north side of the Mohawk at the Sixth flat, of which he received a conveyance Aug. 3, 1713, from the trustees of Schenectady for £6-19-6 yearly rent, together with 60 acres of woodland lying northward of the same. (152-3)

    His village lot, of 40 feet front and 163 feet deep, was on the east side of Church street, 163 feet north from State street, the same having been reserved out of his father's lot when it was sold to his brother-in-law Van der Volgen. (152-4)

    He had also had eight acres of bouwery No. 10, which his step-father Jacob Meese Vrooman and his mother Elizabeth, widow of Teunis Cornelise Swart, conveyed to him Feb. 20, 1685/6, — "bounded south by the hills, west by Symon Volckertse [Veeder], north by Claas Laurense Van der Volgen and east by a low place formerly a swamp, adjoining the pasture of Claas Laurense Purmerend [Van der Volgen], being a part of farm or bouwery No. 10 granted to said Teunis Cornelise [Swart] by patent Jan. 15, 1667. (152-5)

    Notes
    (151-9) Cornelis Swart was 70 years old 22 May, 1722, and was born therefore about 1652. Wills, I, Deeds, IV, 35; Albany Annals, VI, 48.
    (152-1) Adam Swart Van Schenegtade married Metie Willemse Van Slyck Van Nieuw Albanie, Jan. 15, 1690; — in 1706 he resided in Kinderhook. — Albany Dutch Church Records.
    (152-2) Above Hoffman's Ferry.
    (152-3) Church and Toll Papers.
    (152-4) Deeds, IV, 35.
    (152-5) Deeds, III, 310.

    [The original version uses assorted typographical symbols to represent footnotes. To improve legibility, the online version uses the form (page number - note number.)]"

    This is the transcription of the original as published by Schenectady History.org at http://www.schenectadyhistory.org/resources/patent/…. The original page has also been examined and is available in Exhibits.
  • [S589] Prof. Jonathan Pearson, History of The Schenectady Patent, p. 173. "Claas Laurense Van dee Volgen, alias Van Purmeeend. Claas Laurense, one of the first settlers in 1662, married Maritie, daughter of Teunis Cornelise Swart, and had nine children, the most of whom attained maturity and left families."
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