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Jan de Vries, (II) (1647 - c.1708)

Note [Jan De Vries was a mulatto]. in other words: not 100% black, nor, probably, was his mother 100% black, if we can rely on her Branzilian/Portuguese Creole label. Jan (II) , the orphaned son of C...

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Lare (or Hilary) Criolyo (deceased)

• a black or 1/2 black Creole (half Caribbean Euro/Portuguese/Spanish, & half black). Capt. Jan de Vries came to New Netherland in 1644 and brought Hilary with him. He had been previously statio...

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Johannes van Hoorn (1663 - 1735)

• Merchant in NYC owned hundreds of acres of land in New Jersey • seems to have bought Manhattan land from Marietie Petersen in the last years of her life. Marietie was a free black who...

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Lucie d'Angola (b. - 1643)

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Jan Primero (b. - 1641)

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Marie Grande (deceased)

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Antonio Cleyn (b. - c.1648)

a connection has been made between Antonio Cleyn and people living today: read the discussion : Antonio Cleyn connected to the 21st century IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not ...

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Jan Francisco (deceased)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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Peter Santomee (1600 - d.)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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Anthony Fernando Portugis (b. - c.1666)

tentatively identified as (aka) Fernande the father of Dominicus. IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the r...

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Simon Congo (c.1600 - 1667)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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Manuel de Gerrit de Reus, "swager van Angola" (deceased)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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Manuel Pietersen Minuit (deceased)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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Magdalena van Angola (deceased)

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Paulo Angola (b. - c.1653)

• The slave of Captain Jan de Vries ; served with Hilary Creole , another 'slave' who bore de Vries a son. IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'art...

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Jan Fort Orangien (deceased)

baptized a child in the Dutch Church of New Amsterdam in July of 1640 (quite early among Black baptisms in New Netherland {see the project New Amsterdam Baptisms IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of thi...

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Big Manuel (deceased)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The brothers of this profile are not necessarily family . This 'artifical affiliation' was created to support the research into the particularly challenging genealogy of African immig...

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