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Antonio Cleyn

Also Known As: "Little Anthony"
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Death: Died
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Son of PLACEHOLDER BLACK NEW AMSTERDAM
Husband of Catalina van Angola and Lucie d'Angola
Father of Antonio D'Angola
Brother of Simon Congo; Peter Santomee; Jan Fort Orangien; Paulo Angola; Big Manuel and 5 others

Managed by: George J. Homs
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family. This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immigration into New Netherland between 1609-1674.

For an explanation about the purpose of this artificial affiliation, please check the New Amsterdam - Origins: African Immigrants project.

Please also check the New Amsterdam master project for the dimension on the settlement and development of New Amsterdam and the Dutch province of New Netherland.

1641 Jul 07; Jacom Anthoney van Angola; Catharina; (witness) Cleyn Anthony Van Angola, Susanna Van Angola < This baptism presents a puzzle: "Jacom Anthoney van Angola", father of Catharina seems to be old enough to be among the first slaves but is not prominent as such on any lists... (???)

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Antonio Cleyn's Timeline

1641
May 5, 1641
1643
August 30, 1643
New Amsterdam, New Netherland, NY, America
1648
1648

Upon the death of Antonio Cleyn and his wife, the 4 year old son was adopted by his god mother Dorothy [http://www.geni.com/people/Dorothy-Creole/6000000013425117300 Dorothy Creole]

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New Amsterdam, New Netherland

May 5, 1641, Anthony van Angola, the patentee, who was
then the widower of Catalina van Angola, married Lucie
D'Angola, widow of Laurens D'Angola. — Marr. in Re/. Dutch Church, 10.