Isaac Isaacsz van Deursen (1670 - d.)

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Birthplace: New Amsterdam (New York City), New York, United States
Death: Died in New York?
Occupation: Cordwainer, cornswainer, tavern keeper
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About Isaac Isaacsz van Deursen

"ISAAC (ISAACSZ) VAN DEURSEN, son of Isaac Abrahamszen Van Deursen and Jannetie Jans of New York; bp May 1, 1670; m April 24, 1697, METJE (MARTHA) CHRISTAENS. He was made a Freeman Aug. 30, 1698 (New York Hist. Coll. Vol. 18, p 68)

In May, 1714, he sold a tract of land commonly known by the name of 'Tapan alias Orange' to Johannes Van Zant, the deeds being authenticated by Rip Van Dam, J.P.

Res: New Jersey and Orange Co., NY

Oc: Cordwainer."

He was first white settle in Ramapo Clove. He bought land from John Van Blarcum who had purchased it from the Indians He built the tavern later known as Sidman's tavern and then Smith's tavern.

Van Deursen family, Volume 1

by Albert Harrison Van Deusen

page 30


Sponsors for the Baptism were Jacob Kipp and Hester Webbers.

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Isaac Isaacsz van Deursen's Timeline

May 1, 1670
New York, New York
May 1670
New Amsterdam (New York City), New York, United States
April 24, 1697
Age 26
New York, New York, United States
August 1697
Age 27
Hackensack, Bergen, New Jersey, United States
Age 29
New York, New York?
Age 31
Achquiggenonck, NY
Age 34
Tappan, New York, United States
Age 44
Rampool & Cloof
- 1735
Age 51
Hackensack, New Jersey
Age 56
Orange County, New York?