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About Jan Pieterse Mabie (Van Naerden)

Grietje's father Jan Pieterse Mabie was baptized October 4, 1655, the son of Pieter Casparsen who married about 1651 Aechtje Jans Van Naerden the widow of Abraham Williamson from Amsterdam. The town of Narden in Holland was also called Arden.

    Jan Pieterse Mabille, who initially was a collector of the excise tax on beer and wine in Manhattan, married about 1684 Anna Borsboom and later became in Shenectady a surveyor.  He died in Schenectady April 8, 1725.  Anna was said to have been "somewhat" related to the Christian Castle or the Mohawk Nation.
  Jan's father was Huguenot Pierre Gasparzen who signed a Walloon petition in Leyden, Holland, in 1621.

    The Mabies of Putnam County, New York, have related that Pieter Casperzen Van Naerden served on a cruiser that captured a Spanish vessel near New York.  In 1633, the West India Company ship Soutberg, which brought Director General Van Twiller and other New Netherlands, captured the Spanish caravel St. Martin.  Pieter Casperzen may have been served on the Soutberg.

    Pieter Casperzen Van Naerden was in New Amsterdam by 1647 and was called Sergeant Casparse.  He was also a witness at the baptism of a child of Joris Holmes in 1650 in New Amsterdam or New York City. 
In 1652, Pieter brought a suit in English and was ordered to translated it into Dutch.

    Jan Pieterse Mabie and Anna Borsboom had three children who married children of Simon Volkerse Veeder, the Baker, who descendants were associated with the "Veeder Mills".   One daughter of Jan and Anna Mabie, Catherine, married Arent Samuelse Bradt, a cousin to the Pootman family.  Arent Bradt, the son of Arent Bradt ad Susanna Van Slyck Bratt.  Many members of the Bradt family were brewers, and the Van Slyck's were innkeepers.  Victor and Margaret Pootman had a son Arent was also an inkeeper.

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Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc.

http://aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/gen/report/rr03/rr03_411.html

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The VAN NORDEN FAMILY

Three Hundred Years In America 1 6 2 3 - 1 9 2 3

by Theodore Langdon Van Norden

published 1923

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Jan Pieterse Mabie's Timeline

1654
September 30, 1654
Albany, Albany, NY
September 30, 1654
New Amsterdam, NY
October 4, 1654
New Amsterdam, , Albany, New York, USA,
October 4, 1654
NEW NETHERLANDS
October 4, 1654
The Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam
October 4, 1654
The Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam
1671
April 8, 1671
Age 16
The Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam
1672
August 21, 1672
Age 17
The Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam
1673
1673
Age 18
NY
1673
Age 18
NEW NETHERLANDS