Lucas [other names unknown]

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Mom

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Andries Lucaszen [family name unknown]

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Jannetje Sebyne

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Barbara Andrieszen [family name unknown]

1630 [?] - September 6, 1714
Amsterdam [?]
m. Tjerck Claessen DeWitt
xx August 1663: Barber Andries, with Jacob Jansen, witnesses baptism of Grietjen, daughter of Aart Pieterson Tack and Grietjen Vooght
21 July 1674: Barbara Claesen, Aerdt Martensen, and Willem Jacobsen witness baptism of Fransina, daughter of Walleran du [Mond] and Grietie [surname not given]. This could be a different person; another set of Claesens seems to have moved into town around this time or shortly thereafter.
11 May 1679: Barber Andriesse and Joris Davidts witness baptism of Lea, daughter of Tiatie De Wit and Matys Matysse (Barbara’s second granddaughter)
20 July 1679: Barbar Andries and Jochem Hendrixs witness baptism of Focke, son of Jan Focke and Engeltie Brestee
19 October 1684: Claas Claasz Sluyter and Cornelia Willems baptize Noclaes; witnesses: Niclaas Antoni, Thomas Quick, Barber Andries

Geertruy Andriessen

Geertruy seems to start out living in Fort Orange (today Albany) and coming to Wildwyck (modern Kingston) for baptisms and other events. Fort Orange probably has more than 1,000 residents; Wildwyck at least at first is only a few dozen houses behind a palisade. Geertruy’s sister Barbara lives in Wildwyck, and is raising a family there. In late 1661, Geertruy herself gets married in Kingston.
11 December 1660: Geertruy is present for the first baptism recorded in Wildwyck: Sophia, the daughter of Hendrick Martensen, of Coppenhage, soldier. (The other witnesses: Jan Jansen, carpenter, and Aeltjen Claas, whose name makes her sound related to Tjerck and Emmerentje and kin, but who never seems to be closely tied to them. Aeltje marries Hendrick Arentsen and raises kids in Wildwyck.)
14 August 1661: Geertruy is in town again, “from Fort Orange,” for the baptism of Cornelis, son of Aart Pietersen Tack and Annetje Adriaensen.
18 December 1661, second marriage recorded in Kingston, N.Y. (at the time called Wildwyck): Aart Martensen Doorn, tailor, j.m. [young man], of Well, in Bomlerwaert [Bommelerwaard, in Gelderland], and Geertruy Andriesse, widow of Jacob Janse Stoll, of Doesburgh, in Gelderlant [Doesborgh, on Yssel, near Arnhem], both residing here in the village Wildwyck, in the district Esopus. First publication of Banns, 27 November; second, 4 December; third, 11 December.
3 May 1663: Geertruy Andries, with Evert Pels, witnesses baptism of Abraham, son of Christoffel Davids and [Maria] Martens
17 February 1664: Geertruy Andriessen, from Fort Orange, and Luycas Andriessen, residing at the Manathans, and Jan Claessen, and Tryntje Tyssen witness baptism of Claes, son of TCDW and Barbara Andriessen
25 January 1665: Geertruy Andriessen, solo, witnesses baptism of Debora, daughter of Christoffel Davids and Maria Martensen
Geertruy probably dies before October 15, 1668, when her sister Barbara has a daughter named Geertruy, and the baptism is witnessed by her brothers Jan and Luyckas and sister Martie
12 September 1682, her widower Aard Martenz van Dooren, of Wel, in Gelderlant, posts Banns to marry Jannetie Nimmer (widow of John Spraak), but at her request, the plans are discontinued.
9 December 1684, he marries Aeltie Lansing, widow of Gerard Slegtenhorst, of Hassel, in Overijssel. Married in Hurley.

Luycas Andriessen

17 February 1664, Wildwyck: Geertruy Andriessen, from Fort Orange, and Luycas Andriessen, residing at the Manathans, and Jan Claessen, and Tryntje Tyssen witness baptism of Claes, son of TCDW and Barbara Andriessen
15 October 1668: Jan Anderiesen, Luyckas Anderies, Martie Anderiesen witness baptism of Geertruy, daughter of Tierck Claesen de Wit, Barber Anderiesen
6 April 1683: Lucas Andriez, Jannetie Breestee witness baptism of Grietie, daughter of Jan Focke, Engeltie Breestee
14 January 1684: with Jannetie de Wit, Cornelis Switz, witnesses baptism of Aefje de Wit, daughter of TCDW and Barbara Andries

Marretje Andriessen

17 May 1665, Wildwyck: Marretje Andriessen, Jan Jansen van Breestee, Volchert Jansen, Rut Jacobsen, Sytje Ariaensen witness baptism of Hendrick and Volckert (apparently twins), sons of Hendrick Jochemsen and Elsje Jans
15 October 1668: Jan Anderiesen, Luyckas Anderies, Martie Anderiesen witness baptism of Geertruy, daughter of Tierck Claesen de Wit, Barber Anderiesen

Jan Andriessen

14 February 1666, Wildwyck: Jan Andriessen, Marten Hoffman, Amerens Claessen witness baptism of Jan, son of TCDW and Barber Andriesse
15 October 1668: Jan Anderiesen, Luyckas Anderies, Martie Anderiesen witness baptism of Geertruy, daughter of Tierck Claesen de Wit, Barber Anderiesen

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