Annetje Gerritse Van den Burg1

#5339, (say 1620 - before 1 April 1678)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of Nelle Belle Bridges

Family

Aert Van Wagenen b. c 1620, d. b 1667
Children 1. Neeltje Van Wagenen+8,9 (c 1641 - b 1691)
 2.Grietje Van Wagenen+10 (bt 1647 - 1649 - 1723)
 3.Gerrit Van Wagenen+10 (1648 - 1723)
 4.Jacob Aertsen Van Wagenen+11 (1651/52 - bt 1714 - 1717)
 5.Elizabeth Van Wagenen10 (c 1656 - )
Annetje Gerritse Van den Burg was also known as van Schaijck.1 
Birth*say 1620She was born say 1620 at NetherlandsG.2 
Marriage*21 June 1640She married Aert Van Wagenen, son of Jacob Aertse Wagenaar, on 21 June 1640 at Westbroek, Utrecht, Netherlands, WestbroekG.3
21 June 1640 As of 21 June 1640,her married name was Van Wagenen.1 
before 28 November 1651She and Aert Van Wagenen migrated to New NetherlandG before 28 November 1651 (prob. between 1647 and 1651.)4 
28 November 1651She took an oath of allegiance to the Patrron on 28 November 1651 at Rensselaerswijck, New Netherland.5 
24 June 1661She and Aert Van Wagenen were received as members of the Old Dutch Church, Kingston, New Netherland, on 24 June 1661.6 
Death*before 1 April 1678She died before 1 April 1678 at Ulster Co., New YorkG.7 
Probate*1 April 1678Her estate was probated on 1 April 1678; division and partitioning.7 
ChartsAncestors of Nelle Belle Bridges

Citations

  1. [S302] Miner Descent, online minerdescent.com, Aert (Aart) Jacobsen was born in 1620 in Wagenengin, Gelderland, Holland. He is the ancestor of all the families mentioned in the earliest town and church records of Ulster and Dutchess Counties, NY., under the names of Van Wageninge and Van Wagenen, came from [Van in Dutch meaning "from" or "of"] Wageningen, a town near the Rhine, ten miles west of Arnheim in Guelderland. Later his children, in accordance with the custom of the early Dutch settlers, adopted the name of that town (Wageningen) as a surname. Interestingly, he his called Van van Achtienhoven in a 1663 bond and his daughter Neeltje was said (in her marriage record) to have been born in the small village of Achtienhooven (meaning “eighteen farms”) in South Holland, a few miles northwest of Woerden (there is another village of the same name just north of Utrecht. ) Maybe he lived in both places.

    His father was Jacob Aertse AERTSE Wagenaar. He married Annetje GERRITS VanDen BURG in 1648 in Achtienhooven, Holland.

    The records of the Reformed people of Achttienhoven in the province of Utrecht are to be found in the Westbroek church books. The marriages records do exist for the time frame 1611-1666 in Westbroek. Up to 1640 the book of Westbroek is hard to read, but we’re very lucky, because: “den 31. Maij 1640 Aert Jacobs j.g: van Acht-thienhoven EV. Annetien gerrits van Schaijck j.d: mede van Acht-thienhoven tot West broeck bevesticht den 21. Junij 1640.” (DTB Westbroek 197/53). According to the church book, they both lived in Achttienhoven and married on June 21st 1640 in Westbroek.

    Aert arrived from Holland, probably about 1650. He was the first of definite record, 21 May 1653, when with Evart PELS (his son Jacob’s father-in-law) and others he took the oath of allegiance to the patron at Fort Orange. He purchased land in Esopus, 17 Sep 1660. Aert died before 1668 in Kingston, New York.

    http://minerdescent.com/2010/08/11/…
  2. [S520] VWH.
  3. [S1337] Kees Leseman, Van Schaijck in Westbroek, online http://home.kpn.nl/lesem000/dutchc5.html,
    The records of the Reformed people of Achttienhoven in the province of Utrecht are to be found in the Westbroek church books. The marriages records do exist for the time frame 1611-1666 in Westbroek. This is mentioned in the archive catalog in Utrecht.
    "den 31. Maij 1640 Aert Jacobs j.g: van Acht-thienhoven EV. Annetien gerrits van Schaijck j.d: mede van Acht-thienhoven. tot West broeck bevesticht den 21. Junij 1640." (DTB Westbroek 197/53).
    They both lived in Achttienhoven and married on June 21st 1640 in Westbroek, the church book says.
  4. [S520] VWH.
  5. [S1336] E. B. O'Callaghan, History of New Netherland or New York Under the Dutch (New York: Bartlett and Welford, 1848), II:176, one of forty-five persons taking the oath:
    lind:"N. N., promise and swear that I shall be true and faithful to the noble Patroon and Co-directors, or those who represent them here, and to the Hon'ble Director, Commissioners and Council, subjecting. myself to the Court of the Colonie; and I promise to demean myself as a good and faithful inhabitant or Burgher, without exciting any opposition, tumult or noise; but on the contrary, as a loyal Inhabitant, to maintain and support offensively and defensively, against every one, the Right and Jurisdiction of the Colonie. And with reverence and fear of the Lord, and uplifting of both the first fingers of the right hand, I say — So Truly help me God Almighty."
    This date, 15th July, 1649, hath Steven Jansen Carpenter taken the Oath of allegiance from the hands of the Honorable Director before the commissioners of the colonie. Witness, A. de Hooges, Secretary.
    23d Nov., 1651. Resolved, that all Householders and Freemen of this Colonie shall appear on the 28th day of November of this year, being Tuesday, at the house[ of the Honorable Director, and there take the Burgerlyke oath of Allegiance.
  • [S1339] Gerrit Hubert Van Wagenen, Genealogy of the Van Wagenen Family From 1650 to 1884 – Part First (Rye, N. Y.: privately printed, 1884), p. 3, by Dominie Hermanus Blom.
  • [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."
  • [S588] Early New Netherland Settlers, online \http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rclarke/\, 1. 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 [he] 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.. Hereinafter cited as Early New Netherland Settlers.
  • [S1337] Van Schaijck in Westbroek, online http://home.kpn.nl/lesem000/dutchc5.html,
    The records of the Reformed people of Achttienhoven in the province of Utrecht are to be found in the Westbroek church books. Their first child was born the next year in Achttienhoven and baptised in Westbroek:
    "Anno 1641. Den 19. Decembris is gedoopt Neeltien de dochter van Aert Jacobss EV Annetien gerrits van Schaijck woonende in Acht thienhoven." (DTB Westbroek 196/120).
  • [S302] Miner Descent, online minerdescent.com, http://minerdescent.com/2010/08/11/… on 4 Apr 2013.
  • [S590] Stonehouse and Related Families, online www.stonehouse.ca, Jacob Aartsen Van Wagenen was born on 14 February 1651/52 at Netherlands. He was the son of Aert Jacobsen Van Wagenen and Annetje Gerritse VanDen Burg. Jacob Aartsen Van Wagenen married Sara Pels, daughter of Evert Pels and Jannetje Symens, on 25 February 1666/67. Jacob Aartsen Van Wagenen died in 1715 at Kingston, Ulster, New York, United States, 41.827780,-73.965000.
    Children of Jacob Aartsen Van Wagenen and Sara Pels:

    Annetje Van Wagenen b. 10 Sep 1678
    Aart Van Wagenen+ b. 15 Oct 1679, d. 10 Jun 1740
    Evert Van Wagenen b. 12 Apr 1681
    Gerritt Van Wagenen b. 2 Nov 1682, d. 1685
    Rebecca Van Wagenen+ b. 11 Apr 1685
    Geertje Van Wagenen+ b. 1 Sep 1686
    Jannetje Van Wagenen b. 10 Apr 1689
    Gerrit Van Wagenen b. 5 Feb 1690/91
    Symon Jacobsen Van Wagenen+ b. 19 Nov 1692, d. 27 Jan 1759
    Jacob Van Wagenen b. 5 Feb 1694/95
    Benjamin Van Wagenen b. 28 Dec 1697
    Abraham Van Wagenen+ b. 5 Feb 1698/99
    Sara Van Wagenen+ b. 1 Dec 1701, d. 3 Apr 1753
    Isaac Van Wagenen b. 14 Aug 1703.
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