Matching family tree profiles for Anneken Ryerson
About Anneken Ryerson
- New Amsterdam Baptisms (1639-1674)
- 1666 Mar 17; Johannes Scholtens, Saertie Jans; Annetie; Elias Michielszen, [& wife] Grietie Jacobs
He (Joris) married on June 26, 1690, Hannah (or Anneken) (Schouten) Dey, widow of Teunis Dey, and daughter of Johannes Schouten. She was born Mar. 17, 1666, and died May 17, 1743. Her first husband whom she married on Feb. 4, 1685, died in 1688, leaving three small children, besides a five acre farm running from Broadway to the water's edge in New York, which the present Dey St. divided in the middle. (Ryerson genealogy)
(Joris was involved with the Dey farm as part of the process of gradually moving from Long Island to the province of New Jersey)
"Her brother Derick (Richard) Dey became the father of Col. Theunis Dey, who distinguished himself in the Revolution as an officer in the Army and member of the Continental Congress."
(KBS) Sara Hannah (Anneke) Shouten.
(Eld-Dutcher Gen.) Her first husband was Teunis Dircksen Dey. He owned the farm which Dey St., NYC, divided in two when it was made. His wife named as Anneke.
After the death of his first wife, Hannah (Dey nee Schouten) Ryerson, Joris married in his old age, and his second wife was Hannah, or Susannah, widow of Abraham King, of Second River. Her maiden name was Susannah De Forest.
Dey Mansion in Morris County / open to public
The cemetery where Anneken is buried was destroyed in the 1960s: https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=85835225... Some artifacts were transferred to the Dey Masion is located at 199 Totowa Road Wayne, NJ @40.9232157,-74.2361638 Dey Mansion phone: (973) 696-1776
Anneken Ryerson's Timeline
March 17, 1666
New Amsterdam Colony
March 27, 1687
June 15, 1692
September 17, 1693
August 8, 1694
July 29, 1696
New York, NY, USA
October 9, 1698
February 2, 1701