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Neeltie = Neesje Waldron (Bloetgoet = Bloedtgoedt)

Also Known As: "Margaret Bloodgood", "Neelie Bloodgood", "Neeltie Bloodgood"
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Birthplace: Flushing, Queens, New York, United States
Death: Died in Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
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Daughter of Captain Frans Jansen Bloetgoet and Lysbeth Jans
Wife of Samuel B. Waldron
Mother of Johannes Waldron; Francis B. Waldron; Resolved Waldron; Elisabeth Beekman; Tanneke Waldron and 4 others
Sister of Geertie Bloetgoet = Bloedtgoedt; Adriantje Bloetgoet = Bloedtgoedt; Isabel Frans Van Schaick; Judith Fransen Wynkoop; William Bloetgoet = Bloedtgoedt and 2 others

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About Neeltie = Neesje Waldron

  • Captain Frans Jansen Bloetgoet (Anglicized to Francis Bloodgood) (c. 1623 - 29 December 1676) was a Netherlander who immigrated to Flushing, Queens, He is the ancestor of the American Bloodgood family.
  • Frans Janszen Bloetgoet was born around 1623.[1] He was the son of Jan Heyndrickse Goetbloet (or Bloetgoet) and Geertgen Thomas, both of Gouda, South Holland.[2] He was living on the Corten Tiendewech, Gouda when he married Lysbeth Jans, of Gouda on 18 February 1645 at Reeuwijk, near Gouda.[1]
  • The couple emigrated soon after their marriage.[1] They brought with them their child, Geertie when they emigrated to New Amsterdam in 1659.[3] Bloodgood was made secretary to the Colonies on the Delaware River in 1659. They moved to Flushing, and Bloodgood was appointed Schepen of Flushing in 1673.[4] Bloodgood had acquired land, sheep and cattle by the time of his death.[3] Frans Bloetgoet and his wife both belonged to the New York Dutch Church, and all but two of their children were baptized there.[5] On 24 May 1674 he was made chief officer of the Dutch militia of the settlements of Flushing, Hempstead, Jamaica and Newtown. He died on 29 December 1676. His widow married Wouter Gysberts of Hilversum three years later.[3]
  • Bloodgood's children were Geertie (1658), Adriana (1660), Isabella (1662), Judith (1665), William (1667), Neeltie (1670), John (1672) and Lysbeth (1675).[3] Their daughter Neeltje married Samuel Waldron of Harlem, New York on 5 March 1692.[6] In 1687 William Bloodgood was in Lieutenant Schuvler's troop. In 1703 he was elected vestryman for Jamaica parish, and in 1714 he was Justice of the Peace. Frans Bloodgood's descendants moved to Albany, New York, (some becoming wealthy people)[3] and New Jersey.
  • James Bloodgood, Frans Bloetgoet's grandson, was a merchant of Albany involved in the West Indian Trade. His son Francis Bloodgood (12 June 1775 - 5 March 1840) became Mayor of Albany.[7] The mayor's grandson Francis Bloodgood was a prominent lawyer, father of the surgeon Joseph Colt Bloodgood (1 November 1867 - 22 October 1935), a pioneer in breast cancer research and Wheeler Peckham Bloodgood (4 November 1871 - 17 December 1930), a lawyer active in anti-trust reforms.[8][9]
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frans_Jansen_Bloetgoet

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  • Revised history of Harlem (city of New York). Its origin and early annals, prefaced by home scenes in the fatherlands; or, notices of its founders before emigration. Also, sketches of numerous families and the recovered history of the land-titles .. (1904)
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/details/revisedhistoryof01rike
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/694/mode/1up
  • Pg. 694
  • Resolved Waldron (1), born May 10, 1610, married first, Rebecca Hendricks, before 1647, had three children. He married second, Tanneke Nagel, May 10, 1654, had five children, and died in 1690. He had issue by first wife :
    • 2. William, born at Amsterdam, Holland, February 10, 1647, married Engeltie Stoutenburg, February 10, 1671, had seven children.
    • 3. Rebecca, born at Amsterdam, in 1649, married first, John Nagel, August 27, 1670, had ten children, and second, John Dyckman, May 15, 1690, had two children.
    • 4. Aeltie. born at Amsterdam, in 1651, married Captain Johannes Vermilye, August 27, 1670, had ten children.
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/695/mode/1up
  • RESOLVED (1) HAD ISSUE BY SECOND WIFE:
    • 5. Barent, born at New Amsterdam, in 1655, married Jannetie Meynderts, September 25, 1687, had six children.
    • 6. Ruth, baptized May 10, 1657, married first, John Delamater, August 11, 1678, had nine children. She married second, Hendrick Bogert, September 15, 1703.
    • 7. Cornelia, baptized February 30, 1659, married Peter Van Oblienis, June 8, 1685.
    • 8. Johannes, born at Harlem, September 12, 1665, married Anna Van Dalsen, April 25, 1690. had seven children, and died m 1753.
    • 9. Samuel, born at Harlem, April 10, 1670, married Neeltie Bloodgood, March 5, 1692, had ten children, and died in 1737.
  • William Waldron (2), (son of Resolved), .... etc.
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/698/mode/1up
  • Samuel Waldron (9), (son of Resolved), purchased the paternal farm upon Van Keulen's Hook, November 25, 1690, as before mentioned. He married Neeltie, daughter of Francis Bloodgood, of Flushing, March 5, 1692.* Waldron was among the first to discard the common fences. On October 26, 1704, he gave notice that he should do so, and, within a year and six weeks, fence in his lands on Van Keulen's Hook. The same notice was given by Arent Bussing ; and also by Johannes Waldron, Joost and Peter Van Oblienis, and Barent Nagel, owning lots on Jochem Pieters. Waldron had a share in the Hoorn Frigate, a somewhat noted vessel, which, being sent out by Governor Sloughter on the public service, was captured by the enemy. In 1710 he bought the John Delamater lands, including the Hoorn's Hook farm, two north gardens (see page 484), a lot on Montanye's Flat, and No. 1, Van Keulen's Hook, the last adjoining his farm there, which embraced lots 2, 3, and half of 4. This farm he sold, March 23, 1711, to Capt. Charles Congreve and John James, reserving the morgen rights, but allowing the purchasers "all those undivided
    • * Capt. Frans Jansen Bloodgood, or Bloetgoet, as then written, was from Amsterdam, and one of the early colonists to New Amstel, whither he was accompanied by his wife, Lysbeth Jans, a native of Gouda, and an infant, Geertie. In 1659 he came to New Amsterdam, but settled in Flushing, owning, when he died, land, cattle and sheep. On May 24, 1674, he was commissioned chief officer of the Dutch militia of Flushing, Hempstead, Jamaica and Newtown. Two years after, "being sorely wounded and very weak," he gave directions as to his property, and died December 29, 1676. His widow, three years later, married Wouter Gysberts, from Hilverzum. His children were Geertie, born 1658 at Amsterdam, married John Marston ; Adriana, born 1660, married Hendrick Hegeman; Isabella, born 1662, married Ide Van Schaick; Judith, born 1665, married Johannes Wynkoop; William, born 1667; Neeltie, born 1670, married Samuel Waldron; John, born 1672, and Lysbeth, born 1675, and unmarried in 1698. At this date John and his wife Mary were living at Flushing. William belonged to Lieut. Schuyler's troop in 1687, was elected one of the first vestrymen for Jamaica parish in 1703, and in 1714 was justice of the peace. Descendants of Frans Bloodgood went to Albany in the next century (Pearson) ; and the New York Directory witnesses to their increase in this city, some of them distinguished for their wealth.
  • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/699/mode/1up
  • sixteen acres of land in the commons of Harlem, of the first and second draft belonging to the said Samuel Waldron." On selling this farm to John Van Horn, March 27, 1711, Congreve substituted for this sixteen acres his lot No. 7, Second Division, retaining his lot in First Division, which he sold, December 26, 1713, to Johannes Waldron. Removing to Hoorn's Hook, Samuel Waldron secured a patentee deed for his new farm, of 115 acres, December 20, 1712. For his draft lots see page 592, also Appendix J. He sold, prior to 1715, his lot in First Division to Abram Delamontanie, his Second Division to Samson Benson, and Third Division to Johannes Benson. He got an additional ten acres from Peter Van Oblienis in 1720. - Its situation is not clearly shown; but what is said (Oblenis family) may be compared with the further reference to it here. Waldron died in 1737, his lands, now rated 156 acres, passing to his son Johannes, and from him, in 1741, to his brother William, who the year following conveyed part of the farm (17 acres, say the Hopper place) to his brother Benjamin, and the lot on Montanye's Flat, with lot No. 12, Fourth Division, and four acres of the ten-acre lot aforesaid to his brother Peter. William kept three acres of the last lot, and the remaining three acres were bought by Hendrick Myer, apparently because adjacent to the Gloudie Point Farm, which Myer had recently purchased (see page 602). If not here, we know not where to locate this ten-acre lot. From William and Benjamin the title to the farm is readily traced. (See Appendix H.)
  • SAMUEL (9), (SON OF RESOLVED), HAD ISSUE:
    • 30. Johannes, born December 23, 1693, died without issue, November 7, 1741. He was assistant alderman of the Out Ward from 1731 to 1737, excepting one year. A stone, rudely inscribed IWxDx23xAOx1693x and rescued by Mr. Rufus Prime from the venerable Waldron house (88th Street, north side, a little east of Avenue A), when its walls were demolished in 1870, takes us back to the boyhood of Johannes Waldron ; his own record, no doubt, of his initials and birthday, "Johannes Waldron, December 23, Anno 1693."
    • 31. Francis No. 1, born September 1, 1695, died December 19, 1695.
    • 32. Francis No. 2, born February 14, 1697, married Catherine Brunneal, had thirteen children, and died in 1765.
    • 33. Resolved, baptized May 14, 1699, married Jannetie Myer, January 25, 1722, had four children, and died October 21, 1772.
    • 34. Elizabeth, born January 26, 1701, married Martin Beekman,*
    • * ....etc.
    • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/700/mode/1up
    • June 21, 1724, had five children, and died November 27, 1760.
    • 35. Tanneke, born April 7, 1703, married Johannes Benson, September 17, 1722, but died without issue.
    • 36. William, born February 10, 1705, married first, Angie Sammon, April 13, 1729, second, Catherine Mandeville, October 6, 1734. and third, Antie Myer, August 24, 1744. By his three wives he had fourteen children, and died December 5, 1769.
    • 37. Peter, born January 15, 1708, married Elizabeth Myer, January 24, 1732, had four children, and died July 12, 1772.
    • 38. Samuel, born February 13, 1710, married Anna Delamater, April 6, 1739, had eight children, and died August 23, 1771.
    • 39. Benjamin, born November 15, 1714, married first, Elizabeth
    • .... etc.
    • http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/revisedhistoryof01rike#page/701/mode/1up
    • Sammon, September 19, 1736, had eight children. He married second, Debora Nagle, July 23, 1762, and died in 1782.
  • PETER (11), (SON OF WILLIAM), .... etc.

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  • Resolved Waldron's descendants : Vanderpoel branch ; descendants in the Vanderpoel branch of Resolved Waldron, who came from Holland to New Amsterdam in 1650 (1910)
  • http://archive.org/details/resolvedwaldrons00slip
  • https://archive.org/stream/resolvedwaldrons00slip#page/n102/mode/1up
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  • Resolveert or Resolved Waldron, born May 10, 1616; married, first, Rebecca Hendricks, before 1647, had three children. He married, second, Tanneke Nagel, May 10th, 1654, had five children, and died in 1690. He had issue by first wife:
    • 1. William, born at Amsterdam, Holland, February 10, 1647, married Engeltie Stoutenberg, February 10, 1671; had seven children.
    • 2. Rebecca, born at Amsterdam, in 1649, married, first, John Nagel, August 27, 1670, had ten children; and, second, John Dyckman, May 15, 1690, had two children.
    • 3. Aeltie, born at Amsterdam, in 1651 ; married Captain Johannes Vermilye, August 27th, 1670; had ten children.
  • Issue by Second Wife.
    • 4. Barent, born at New Amsterdam, in 1655, married Jannetie Meynderts, September 25, 1687; had six children.
    • 5. Ruth, baptized May 10, 1657, married, first, John Delamater, August 11, 1678; had nine children. She married, second, Hendrick Bogert, September 15, 1703.
    • 6. Cornelia, baptized February, 1659, married Peter Van Oblienis, June 8, 1685.
    • 7. Johannes, born at Harlem, September 12, 1665, married Anna Von Dolsen, April 25, 1690; had seven children, and died in 1753.
    • https://archive.org/stream/resolvedwaldrons00slip#page/n104/mode/1up
    • Pg.47
    • 8. Samuel, born at Harlem, April 10, 1670, married Neeltie Bloodgood, March 5, 1692; had ten children, and died in 1737.
  • Samuel Waldron (son of Resolved), purchased the paternal farm upon Van Keulen's Hook, November 25, 1690. He married Neeltie, daughter of Francis Bloodgood, of Flushing, March 5, 1692. Waldron was among the first to discard the common fences. On October 26, 1704, he gave notice that he should do so, and, within a year and six weeks, fence in his lands on Van Keulen's Hook. The same notice was given by Arent Bussing; and also by Johannes Waldron, Joost and Peter Van Oblienis, and Barent Nagel, owning lots on Jochem Pieters. Waldron had a share in the Hoorn Frigate, a somewhat noted vessel, which, being sent out by Governor Sloughter on the public service, was captured by the enemy. In 1710 he bought the John Delamater lands, including the Hoorn's Hook farm, two north gardens, next to the Church Farm, a Iot on Montanye's Flat, and No. 1, Van Kuelen's Hook, the last adjoining his farm there, which embraced lots 2, 3, and half of 4. This farm he sold March 23, 1711, to Capt. Charles Congreve and John James, reserving the morgen rights, but allowing the purchasers "all those undivided sixteen acres of land in the commons of Harlem, of the first and second draft belonging to the said Samuel Waldron." On selling this farm to John Van Horn, March 27, 1711, Congreve substituted for this sixteen acres his lot No. 7, Second Division, retaining his lot in First Division, which he sold, December 26, 1713, to Johannes Waldron. Removing to Hoorn's Hook, Samuel Waldron secured a patentee deed for his new farm of 115 acres, December 20, 1712.
  • Waldron died in 1737, his lands, now rated 156 acres, passing to his son Johannes, and from him in 1741, to his brother William, who the year following conveyed part of the farm (17 acres, say the Hopper Place) to his brother Benjamin, and the lot on Montanye's Flat, with lot No. 12, Fourth Division, and four acres of the ten-acre lot aforesaid to his brother Peter.
    • THIRD GENERATION.
  • Samuel (Son of Resolved), had issue:
    • 1. Johannes, born December 23, 1693, died without issue, November 7, 1741. He was assistant alderman of the Out
    • https://archive.org/stream/resolvedwaldrons00slip#page/n106/mode/1up
    • Pg.48
    • Ward from 1731 to 1737, excepting one year. A stone rudely inscribed IWxDx23xAOx1693x and rescued by Mr. Rufus Prime from the venerable Waldron house built by Johannes (see illustration), (86th Street, north side, a little east of Avenue A), when its walls were demolished in 1870, takes us back to the boyhood of Johannes Waldron; his own record, no doubt, of his initials and birthday. "Johannes Waldron, December 23, Anno 1693."
    • 2. Francis No. 1, born September 1, 1695, died December 19, 1695.
    • 3. Francis No. 2, born February 14, 1697, married Catherine Brinneal; had thirteen children, and died In 1765.
    • 4. Resolved, baptized May 14, 1699, married Janetie Myer, January 25, 1722; had four children, and died October 21,1772.
    • 5. Elizabeth, born January 26, 1701, married Martin Beekman, June 21, 1724; had five children, and died November 27, 1760.
    • 6. Tanneke, born April 7, 1703, married Johannes Benson, September 17, 1722, but died without issue.
    • 7. William, born February 10, 1705, married, first, Angie Sammon, April 13, 1729, second, Catherine Mandeville, October 6, 1734, and, third, Antie Myer, August 24, 1744. By his three wives he had fourteen children, and died December 5, 1769.
    • 8. Peter, born January 15, 1708, married Elizabeth Myer January 24, 1732; had four children, and died July 12, 1772.
    • 9. Samuel, born February 13, 1710, married Anna Delamater April 6, 1739; had eight children, and died August 23, 1771.
    • 10. Benjamin, born November 15, 1714, married first, Elizabeth Sammon, September 19, 1736; had eight children. He married second, Deborah Nagle, July 23, 1762, and died in 1782.

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Neeltie = Neesje Waldron's Timeline

1670
1670
Flushing, Queens, New York, United States
1692
March 5, 1692
Age 22
Harlem, New York, New York, United States
1693
December 23, 1693
Age 23
1697
February 14, 1697
Age 27
New Harlem, New York, United States
1699
1699
Age 29
1701
January 26, 1701
Age 31
1703
April 7, 1703
Age 33
1705
February 10, 1705
Age 35
1708
January 15, 1708
Age 38
1710
February 13, 1710
Age 40