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John Emans

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Birthplace: Leiden, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden
Death: Died in Gravesend, Kings County, Province of New York
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Son of Andries Emans and N.N. Emans
Husband of Sara Antonis Emans
Father of Sarah Morgan; Abraham Emans; Andries Emans; Cornelia Ammerman; Jacobus Emans and 2 others
Brother of Hendrick Emans; Abraham Emans; Jacobus Emans and Andries Emans, Jr.

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About John Emans

Birth: 1639, Netherlands Death: 1715 Gravesend Kings County (Brooklyn) New York, USA

John Emans Sr. was also known as John Emmons. He was also known as Jan Emans. John Emans Sr. was born circa 1630. John Emans Sr. was born in 1639 at Netherlands. He emigrated in 1645 from New Netherlands. He resided at at Gravesend, Kings County, New York, after 1645. He was was listed as a freeholder in 1656 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York. He married Sarah Antonise Van Salee, daughter of Anthony Jansen Van Salee and Grietje Reiniers, circa 1660. John Emans Sr. was a master cooper. He held the position of constable Gravesend/Brooklyn in 1678. He held the position of deputy mayor of Gravesend/Brooklyn in 1679. He married Enjeltie (Unknown) circa 1681. John Emans Sr. held the position of clerk of the courts Gravesend/Brooklyn circa 1690. He held the position of clerk of the courts between 1690 and 1700 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York. He left a will on 7 August 1714. He died in 1715 at Gravesend, Kings County, New York. His estate was proved on 11 October 1715.

Children of John Emans Sr. and Sarah Antonise Van Salee Johanes Emans b. bt 1660 - 1670, d. Feb 1723/24 Hendrick Emans b. c 1665, d. b May 1699 Abraham Emans b. c 1670, d. Mar 1756 Andreas Emans+ b. c 1677


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Spouse:
 Sarah Antonise Van Salee Emans (1635 - 1715)

Children:
 Abraham Emans (1670 - 1756)*
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Burial: Body lost or destroyed


Created by: Vicky Record added: Jan 17, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 103689662 ______________________________________

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Teunis G. Bergen, REGISTER, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, OF THE EARLY SETTLERS OF KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND, N.Y., FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT BY EUROPEANS TO 1700 (Polyanthos, Cottonport, 1973)

p. 110: [EMANS, EMMANS, or IMANS] John or Jan Senr (s. of Andries the emigrant), master cooper, of Gravesend, m. 1st Sarah dau. of Anthony Jansen from Salee or Vaes; m. 2d, Nov. 17, 1702, Neeltje Cranen; d. prior to 1715. Mag. of Gravesend in 1673, '74, and '76, and in 1691 town clerk. On ass. Rolls of said town of 1693 and cen. of 1698, on which he is entered as of English extraction, from which it is inferred that his father, although hailing from Leiden, was among those Englishmen who left their native land and came to Holland to enjoy religious liberty and avoid persecution. Issue:--John Junr; Anthony; Andries of Gravesend, who probably settled in N.J.; Abraham; Jacobus; Sarah, m. Oct 14, 1696, Joseph Morgen of Freehold; and Cornelia, m. Dec. 1, 1699, Paulus Amerman (sup.) of Monmouth Co. N.J. Signed his name "John Emans" and sometimes "Jan Emans."

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Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, LISTS OF INHABITANTS OF COLONIAL NEW YORK: Excerpted from the Documentary History of the State of New-York, (Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979).

p. 128: AN ACCOT. FROM GRAUESEND OF YE PERSONS LANDS AND CATTLES RATEABLE ACCORDING TO YE LAW. Anno Domo 1683.

John Emauns

7 Cowes: 0 2 11

1 Cowe 3 yeares: 0 0 4

3 Cowes 2 yeares: 0 0 7½

2 Cowes 1 yeare: 0 0 3

5 horses: 0 5 0

88 acors land: 0 7 4

1 head: 0 1 6

[total]: 0 17 11½

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p. 175: CENSUS OF KINGS COUNTY; ABOUT 1698. A LIST OF ALL THE FREEHOLDERS THEIR WIVES CHILDREN APPRENTICES AND SLAVES WITHIN THE KINGS COUNTY ON NASSAUW ISLAND.

[Note.-E affixed to the name, means English; F French.]

[Note.-First number is men, second women, third children, fourth apprentices, fifth slaves.]

IN THE TOWN OF GRAVESEND.

John Emmans (E): 11301

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1714, Aug. 7, date of will of John Emmons of Gravesend, to my six children, Johannes, Andrew, Abraham, Jacobus,

Sarah Morgan, Cornelia Amerman; Eldest child is Johannes, wife Engeltie;

Executors, Johannes & Andrew.

1715, Oct. 11, proved will of John Emmons of Gravesend.

Sources

1. Title: Teunis G. Bergen, REGISTER, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, OF THE EARLY SETTLERS OF KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND, N.Y

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Media: Book

Page: p. 109

2. Title: Will of John Emans of Gravesend, Kings Co. NY

Page: Signed 7 Aug 1714; proved 11 Oct 1715

-------------------- Ancestors of American Presidents, Gary Boyd Roberts, NEHGS, 2009

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John Emans's Timeline

1639
1639
Leiden, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden
1660
1660
Age 21
Kings, New York, United States
1670
1670
Age 31
Gravesend, Kings, New York, USA
1676
1676
Age 37
Gravesend, Long Island, Province of New York
1677
1677
Age 38
New Utrecht, Long Island, Province of New York
1679
1679
Age 40
1684
1684
Age 45
Gravesend, Kings County, Province of New York
1715
1715
Age 76
Gravesend, Kings County, Province of New York
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New Utrecht, Kings, New York, USA
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