Anneken Hansen1

#12053, (circa July 1640 - )
Father*Hans Hansen1 (s 1615 - c 1654)
Mother*Sarah Rapalje1 (1625 - )

Family 1

Jan Clercq d. 1661

Family 2

Dirck Janse Hooglandt b. s 1638
Her married name was Hooglandt.2 
Her married name was Clercq.3 
Birth*circa July 1640She was born circa July 1640.1 
Baptism22 July 1640She was baptized on 22 July 1640 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, New Netherland.1 
Marriage*17 January 1661She married Jan Clercq on 17 January 1661 at New Amsterdam, New Netherland.3 
Marriage*8 October 1662She married Dirck Janse Hooglandt on 8 October 1662.2 


  1. [S1139] Samuel S. Purple and others, editors, "Records of the Reformed Church in New York: Marriages and Baptisms", New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (1874–1879): V:28. Anneken bapt. 22 Jul 1640, dau. of Hans Noorman; witnesses "d'hr. [Mister] Willem Kieft, Teuntje Jeurgien."
  2. [S1029] Teunis G. Bergen, The Bergen Family or the Descendants of Hans Hansen Bergen (Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell, 1876), p. 80.
  3. [S1029] Teunis G. Bergen, The Bergen Family, p. 80. "Aneken (or Annetje) Hansen Bergen, baptized in New Amsterdam, July 22d, 1640 ; m. Jan. 17th, 1661, Jan Clercq of Brazil ; witnesses, Teunis Gysbertse (Bogaert), step-father of the bride, and Jan Jorissen (Rapalie), uncle of the bride. Jan Clercq died Nov. 15th, 1661."
    Feb. 7th, 1657, ''Jan de Clerk's" name appears among the residents of the Wallabout, and was taxed 6 fl. towards the payment of Dominie Polhemius's salary. March 1st, 1660, his name, written "Jean Le Cler" appears on the petition of Rapalie, Bogaert and others, to the governor and council for leave to plant a village at the Wallabout, in sight of Fort Amsterdam, between the lands of Bogaert and Kip. Oct. 2d, 1661, "John Clerk" of Brazil, was admitted a member of the Reformed Dutch Church, of Brooklyn."