Annetje Waldron

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Annetje Waldron (Daniels)

Also Known As: "Anneke Daniels"
Birthdate: (65)
Birthplace: Probably Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden (Present the Netherlands)
Death: May 10, 1688 (65)
Manhattan, New York City, Kings County (Present New York County), Province of New York, (Present USA)
Place of Burial: Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Daniel Adriansz Lernout and Maritje (Maria) Waldron
Wife of Joseph Waldron; Joseph Waldron; Harman Smeeman and Coenraedt Ten Ten Eyck
Mother of Daniel Waldron; Sarah Waldron; Marretje Josephs Waldron; Annetje de la Montagne; Deborah Waldron and 1 other
Half sister of Resolved Waldron; William Waldron; CORNELIA WALDRON; Joseph Waldron; Antje Waldron and 1 other

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About Annetje Waldron

After the death of his first wife, Smeeman married, on December 1, 1668, Anneke Daniels, the widow of Joseph Waldron. She was a member of the Reformed Church in New Amsterdam, in 1660. After the death of Smeeman she was married, 1682, to Conraedt ten Eyck. She is sometimes called Annetje

baptism records of her children

1659 Aug 31; Joseph Waldron, Annetje Daniels; Debora; Willem, Tanneken Nagels

1661 Apr 24; Joseph Waldron, Annetie Daniels; Jan; Resolveert Waldron and his wife

  • 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)
  • Joseph and Resolved Waldron, sons of Resolved Waldron, of Amsterdam, were book printers. The family was English; the name, of repute in England from the time of the Conqueror, had spread through nearly all its southern tier of counties. But born and raised at Amsterdam, these brothers had acquired all the characteristics of Hollanders, having also married Dutch wives, the sisters Aeltie and Rebecca Hendricks, whose father, Hendrick Koch, was a respectable Amsterdam burgher. It is stated on pretty good authority that Resolved had made the voyage to Brazil, but of this we will not speak further here. Having the misfortune to lose his wife, he married again, on May 10th, 1654, a lady of thirty years, living near the West India House, Tanneke Nagel, daughter of Barent Nagel, deceased, of Groningen. Resolved was living at this time in the Teerketels-steeg, a short street just north of the Dam; but the same year sailed with his family for America. His brother, Joseph Waldron, had preceded him to this country by two years, according to his son's reckoning. He also was accompanied by a second wife, Annetie Daniels, but twenty-five when he married her, at Amsterdam, April 4, 1649, she and Resolved's wife being of the same age.
  • Resolved Waldron, born May 10, 1610, the most noted, as he was one of the most intelligent, of the Harlem settlers, needed not the titular dignity of baron, which some of poetic humor claim for him; yet might he well have graced the title. As we have seen, he had been in the printing business at Amsterdam, and
  • emigrated with his family to New Netherland late in 1654. Received with his brother, Joseph, and their wives, to the fellowship of the church at New Amsterdam, the first care was to secure a home, ....
  • Joseph Waldron, "living near the hoeck of Passenger Street," in Amsterdam, and on the eve of his second marriage, appeared before the orphan master, May 12, 1649, according to custom, and gave bonds for the maintenance of his two children by his late wife, Aeltie Hendricks; as "the children by the former marriage had no property." One of these perhaps was left at Amsterdam with its grandmother, Maria Goverts, since it is not named in our records here, and Waldron was wont to order part of his salary to be paid his said mother. The last time noticed was on August 30, 1661, being two months' wages, 48 florins. He was butler to the garrison, and had charge of the magazine of the company. Waldron died in 1663. Just before his end, sending for a notary to draw up his will, he said "there would be nothing left, of his widow, who intended to leave for the Fatherland." Upon these representations and it appearing that there were "six minor children, two of whom are of a former marriage," the orphan's court of New Amsterdam, December 10, 1663, at the desire of the widow Annetie Daniels, appointed Resolved Waldron, "her husband's brother," and Hendrick Jensen Vander Vin, "who is her oldest and most intimate friend," as gardians of her surviving children. It is uncertain whether she visited Holland, as she was married here, in 1668 to Harman Smeeman, and again, in 1682, to Coenraet Ten Eyck. Joseph Waldron's children known to us were Sarah, Daniel, Mary, Anna, Deborah and John. Deborah died in infancy, and John, when not quite 8 years old was accidentally killed in his step-father's mill, January 23, 1669. Sarah, born about 1646, at Amsterdam, married, in 1662, Jan Gerritsen Van Voorst, and in 1666 Laurens Jansen Colevelt, by whom she had children whose descendants are yet found. Mary, born 1652, married Hendrick Gerritsen Blauvelt (see page 363), and Anna, born 1657, married John Delamontagne. To her son Daniel and son-in-law Delamontagne, Annetie Daniels, then for the third time a widow, conveyed some city property, May 10, 1688. She was afterward allowed pay by government "for tending sick soldiers." Daniel Waldron, born 1650, at Amsterdam, married, in 1673, Sarah Rutgers, daughter of Rutger Willemsen. ....
  • 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 :
    • .... etc.


four husbands

1) (unknown by me)
2) Joseph Annetje was left a widow with 6 minor children
3) Harman Smeeman
4) Conraedt Ten Eyck

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Annetje Waldron's Timeline

January 15, 1623
Probably Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden (Present the Netherlands)
January 15, 1623
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Age 22
Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
January 16, 1650
Age 27
Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
Age 28
New York
Age 33
Harlem, New York
August 31, 1659
Age 36
New Amsterdam, New Netherland
April 24, 1661
Age 38
New Amsterdam, New Netherland