Theophilus Stoffel Dircksen Langestraet

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Theophilus Stoffel Dircksen Langestraet (Longstreet)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Flatlands, Kings County, New York
Death: Died in Shrewsbury, Monmouth, NJ, USA
Place of Burial: United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Dirck Stoffelsz Langestraet and Catharina Langstraat
Husband of Moika Lanen Langestraet (van Pelt)
Father of Dirck Richard Longstreet; Sarah Logan; Aurie Langestraet; Catherine Langstraat; Stoffel Langestraet and 9 others
Brother of Classje Dircksen Langstraat and Adrian 'Aaron' Langstraat
Half brother of Dirick Langstraat and Marijntje Langstraat

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About Theophilus Stoffel Dircksen Langestraet (Longstreet)

Dick Stoffels Langesstraet immigrated to the New World in 1657 when he was 17 years old! He landed in Neiuw Amsterdam of Neiuw Nederlands, which later came to be called New York City under British rule in 1687.

Our birth and death dates show Dirck as living for 101 years. This is rather unlikely, given the times. Our dates also show that his son Aaron was born when he was 69 and his son Stoffels when he was 72 years old.

There may well be an error here. While this is possible, it needs more investigation!!! -------------------- Stoffle Dircksen Longstreet was the son of Dirck Stoffelse Langstraat and Katerina Van Lieuwen. Stoffle Dircksen Longstreet was born circa 1666 at Flatlands, Kings County, New York. He married Moyka Lane, daughter of Gijsbert Thyssen Laenen and Jennike Smith, circa 1695. Stoffle Dircksen Longstreet died between 1739 and 1741 at Shrewsbury, Monmouth County, New Jersey. He died at farm on the Manasaquan River, New Jersey. His estate was probated on 1-Mar-1741

BE IT ALSO REMEMBERED that at the same time Richard Longstreet, Gilbert Longstreet, Aury Longstreet and Theophilus Longstreet, the Executors within named, personally came before me and were sworn to the due execution and performance of the within Will and Testament according to law.

THOS BARTOW.

LEWIS MORRIS, Esqre., Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of New Jersey and Territories thereon depending in America, and Vice Admiral in the same, etc., To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting. Know ye that at Perth Amboy on the first day of March in the Year of Our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and forty-one, the last Will and Testament of Theophilus Longstreet of the town of Shrewsbury, etc., yeoman, deceased, was proved before Thomas Bartow, who was thereunto duly authorized and appointed for that purpose and is now approved andallowed of by me, he the said deceased, having while he lived and at the time of his death, goods, rights and credits in divers places within this Province by means whereof the full disposition of all and singular the goods, rights and credits of the said deceased and the granting administration of them, also the hearing of amount calculation or reckoning and the final discharge and dismission from the same unto me solely and not unto any other inferior Judge are manifestly know to belong and the administration of all and singular the goods, rights and credits of the said deceased and his last Will and Testament in any manner of way concerning was granted unto Richard Longstreet, Gilbert Longstreet, Aury Longstreet and Theophilus Longstreet, the Executors in the said Testament named Chief of well and truly performing the said Will and of making a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, rights and credits of the said deceased and exhibiting the same into the Registry of the prerogative Court in the Secretary's office at Peth Amboy and of rendering a just and true acount when thereunto lawfully required, being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists. In testimony whereof I have caused the Prerogative Seal of the said Province to be affixed at Perth Amboy in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and forty-one.

THOS. BARTOW, Reg'r.

    He was also known as Theophilis Longstreet. He was also known as Stoffel Dircksen Langestrat. He was also known as Stoffel Dircksen Langstraat. He left a will on 1-Dec-1739

-------------------- Deacon of the Flatlands Reformed Dutch Church in 1698. Moved to Monmouth Co., NJ in early 1700s.

The "American Weekly Mercury" of Feb. 14-21, 1726/27, said that Theophilus (i.e. Stoffel) from "Shrewsbury in East Jersey" on Dec. 31, 1726 "aged near 60 years met with seven swans flying over a meadow and shot down six of these with one shot."

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Theophilus Stoffel Dircksen Langestraet's Timeline

1666
1666
Flatlands, Kings County, New York
1695
1695
Age 29
NY
1696
April 25, 1696
Age 30
Brooklyn, Kings, NY, USA
1700
1700
Age 34
1702
May 6, 1702
Age 36
May 6, 1702
Age 36
Bergen, NJ, USA
1710
November 26, 1710
Age 44
November 26, 1710
Age 44
November 26, 1710
Age 44
Shrewsburg,Monmouth,New Jersey,USA
1713
1713
Age 47
Shewsbury, Monmouth, New Jersey, United States