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Aucke Janse Van Nuys

Also Known As: "Auke Janse van Nuyse", "Aucke Jans Van Huys", "Aucke Jansen"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: presumed from his name to be from, Nuis, Marum, Groningen, The Netherlands
Death: Died in Flatbush, Kings County, Province of New York
Immediate Family:

Son of Jan Goossens and Ebelken Hermans
Husband of Magdalena Pieterse Van Langendijck; Leysebet Jansen and Geertje Gysbrechts
Father of Anneken Aukes Waertman; Gertrude Aukes van Nuys; Jannetje Aukes van Hengel; Jan Aukes van Nuys; Abagail Aukes Pieterse and 5 others
Brother of Jan Jansz; Harman Jansz and Goosen Jansz van Nuys

Occupation: master carpenter, gov't official
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About Aucke Janse Van Nuys

AUCKE JANSZ was probably born 1622 in Nuys, Groningen Province, Netnerlands, the son of Jan Goosens and Ebelken Hermans. Jan Goossens was born about 1581 in Dokkum, Friesland and was a cloth shearer when he married Ebelken Hermans at Amsterdam 24 December 1606. Ebelken was born about 1578 in Borkem, a German North Sea Island; daughter of Herman Jeus. (Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, The Hague, Netherlands). Aucke Jansz died in Flatbush after 15 May 1694 when he made his will and before 1698 when the will was probated.

25 March 1645, banns for the first marriage of Aucke Jansz from Nuys, house carpenter, provided with consent of his mother, aged 23 years, living in Egelantiers Street, Amsterdam, and Magdalen Pieters from Alkmaar living in the above place, 22 years old, assisted by her mother, Adrientje Arents. The marriage was performed 25 April 1645. (Municipal Archives, Amsterdam)

According to Bergen (KCo) Aucke Jansz married about December 1666 Elizabeth Janse, widow of Christopher Shaets and Jan Claesen. His third marriage was to Geertje Gysbrechts, widow of Jan Jacobse.

In 1687 when they took the oath of allegiance at Flatbush to the British crown, Aucke Jansz and his son Jan Oake stated they had been in the colony 36 years, so they must have migrated in l651. (DHNY 1:659) At his first marriage Aucke had been listed as a house carpenter, but he probably did some farming also.

He lived first in New Amsterdam, where on 12 January 1653 Aucke Jans, carpenter, bought of Hendrick Gerritsen, tailor, a house and lot·on the west side of the Great Highway, containing in breadth 4 rods, in length, 3 rods l½ feet. (Icon 2:364; CDM 56). Aucke sold this property on 2 May the same year to Hendrick Hendricksen, the drummcr from Middleborch, but sued the purchaser on 14 July and after, for the rest of the purchase money. The defendent demanded a proper deed, claiming that the wall of the city diminished the size of the lot which is described as “a certain lot through which the city wall is made”. (RNA 1 : 86, 89, 97, 101,112). Apparently Aucke then rented a house from Sybout Claesen who sued him for rent which he was condemned to pay after defaulting three times. (RNA 1 : 399, 402, 408)

Aucke was involved in a number of other court cases. 10 February 1653 he sued the wife of Juryaen Andriesen for fl 24 for wages. She claimed he had damaged the work and the building more than he had earned. Two carpenters were appointed to inspect. RNA 1:50. However, a few days later Aucke was one of the two carpenters appointed to inspect a house built by Hendrick Gerritsen! (ibid 1:62)

That summer passed without a court case, but by 15 September 1653 Aucke was busy again in court being sued by P. Van Beeck for failure to start work on a house. He pleaded lack of materiaI and agreed to complete the work in three weeks if the plaintiff paid for the nails. The same day he was suing Augustyn Heermans on a contract for building the latter's house and suing Hendrick Hendricksen for balance already adjudged plus fl 10 for hogs delivered. He sued Hendrick Hendricksen again on 20 October for gl. 7 (RNA 1: 118, 119, 124; Icon 4:141). On 14 April arbitrators had been appointed to settle his dispute with Jannetie Juryans for fl 12 wages against her demand that he finish the work (RNA 1:82)

Auke also did work for the city. “The sheet - piling which was constructed at the graft or canal (Broad Street) by Auken Jansen and Christiaen Barentsen, carpenters, having again fallen down due to the heavy rain and water, the burgomasters and schepens contract with them for reconstructing it and bringing it again into good condition for the sum of gl 32 and agree to furnish them two good diggers”. (24 August 1654. RNA 1:231). When Stuyvesant went to the burghers for financial aid in the reconstruction of the fortifications on 12 October 1655, the record has been translated “Aucke Jansen, being aged, offers 1 or 2 days of work for the City". (RNA 1 : 371.) Since he lived 43 years after this date and was probably not yet 40 it seems scarcely possible that he was "aged".

By February of 1657 Aucke was residing at the Ferry where “Outie, house carpenter”, was assessed fl 6 for Domine Polhemius’ salary. (LNN 306). There, one of his jobs·was to enclose the Brooklyn RD churchyard because hogs were rooting up the graves, including that of his first wife.

As of 1665 Aucke Jansz was living in Flatlands (KCo), east of which he and Jacob Steendam had obtained a patent 12 November 1652. (CDNY 14:478). Bergen gives the impression that Aucke moved to Flatbush in 1669 and to New Utrecht in 1675 because he was assessed on 12 morgens in that town in 1675. Actually his farm was partially in each of the four towns: Flatbush, Flatlands, New Utrecht and Gravesend. He was a schepen of Flatbush in 1673 and one of its representatives to the convention at New Orange called by Governor Colve 26 March l674.There he took the oath of allegiance in l687.

One of the best known jobs Aucke did was the construction of the Dutch church at Flatbush, 1654-1660. On May 11, 1660 he brought a complaint: “With due respect Auke Janse carpenter on Long Island that he agreed with Domine Polhemius and Jan Strycker to build pursuant to the accompanying plan a church at Midwout on Long Island which work he has not only completed in accordance with·the said plan, but by order of the aforesaid he has done some other outside work, not covered by the plan… (they) now fail to pay to petitioner his well-earned wages under various frivolous pretexts, whereby they excessively wrong your petitioner, burdened with a 1arge family…”. He asked for arbitrators who were appointed. (CDNY 14:473-4) However, the final accounting (CDNY 14:483) shows: “To Aucke Jansen, carpenter, for outside work as appraised by arbitrators fl 100" as still unpaid. He was also one of the master builders of the parsonage erected by the towns for the Domine: "New Utrecht, on February 16 1679/80 paid 600 guilders for which Aucken Janse Van Nuyse, one of the master builders, in a receipt, gave thanks”. (HNU 565)

Aucke signed his name in two ways: as Aucke Jansen and as Aucke Jans Van Nuys. He used the latter when he signed the agreement concerning the children of his wife Lysbeth Jans by her former husbands.

Aucke was involved in a number of court cases that are all a matter of record. One case shows that despite the vaunted toleration of the Dutch there may have been some anti-Semitic feeling: Asser Levy had hired Aucke Jansen’s daughter till the f'ollowing May, but she had gone to work for the wife of' Balthazar Bayart. Aucke not being present when the case was presented , nor the following court day, on the third court day Levy stated that he had sent a legal letter to the court to notify Aucke that he must obey the order of 17 January, without result. Levy had also attached some money of Aucke’s held by Jan Brouwer, this attachment being declared valid. Aucke finally appeared in court on 21 February and declared Asser had told him he might take his daughter with him and look for another place for her whereupon Aucke had asked that she be kept 14 days there. She was not housekeeping, he said, and meanwhile he would look out for a place. This was not denied by Levy. Asser Levy said, "the maid was instigated by mischief-makers and produced a letter written to him by Aucke Jansen wherein he states that he understood from several that his daughter suffered much from him." The daughter was released from her contract by the court, Levy to release her clothes and to pay her wages for the time she had worked. Levy was given permission to institute defamation proceedings when and where he might wish. (RNA 5:176, 183, I88, 191)

The will of Auke Jans Van Nuyse made 15 May 1694, was proved 1698. (WNYHS) It left to eldest son John Auke procured by his lawful wife Magdalena(1) Auke £14; to all children by his first wife, deceased, and to children of his present wife, Geertie,(2) procured by her first husband John Jacobse that are named and baptized Auke, 6 shillings each. It left all else to his wife for life, then to the children by the first wife: Anatie wife of Dirck Janse Waertman; the two children of Geertie Auke dec’d procured by Joost Fransen, viz. Sara Joosten and Magdalena Joosten; Janettie Auke wife of Ryne Aertsen; Jan Auke; Pontus Auke; Abigail, wife of Lippit Peterse; Jacobus Auke; Famettie, wife of Jan Stevense; children of second wife by her first husband; Lysbeth Janse wife of .Dirck Jansc Sutphen; Eva Janse, wife of Jan Auke.

Issue:

i. Annetie bp Amsterdam Westerkerk 28 January 1646
ii. Geertie bp Amsterdam Westerkerk 9 June 1647
iii. Jannetje bp Amsterdam Westerkerk 10 December 1648
iv. JAN bp Amsterdam Noordkerk 16 Decembcr 1650
v. Pieter bp N.Y.D.C. 13 October 1652
vi. Femitie bp N.Y.D.C. 12 March 1662
vii. Abigail no baptism found; on membership list of Flatbush DC 1677
viii. Yda (supposedly, m. Aucke Rynierse (KCo))
(va) *JACOBUS 1655 – 1651 D 1710 m Mary Willemse (Williams)

Source: Untitled lineage of Aucke Janz van Nuys (C. 1621-1698), unknown author, privately printed circa 1950, transcribed by Eligio Gael Rodriguez, May 2016.

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AUCKE Janse Van Nuys was the common ancestor of the Van Nuys family in America,

In 1651 he with his wife, Magdalena Pieterse, and some of his children emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam (now New York.) He was a carpenter, and his name appears in numerous early records in New Amsterdam, Brooklyn, and Flatbush, from which records these items were obtained.

On May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654 he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam.

There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or mag- istrate, by Governor Colve, an office similar to that of alderman of the present time, and in 1674 he was one of the representatives to the "Convention of Delegates" called by the governor to meet in New Orange (Albany) after the capture of the Netherlands from the British.

His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain after New Nether- lands had been re-taken by the British. A facsimile of his signature is given in Stiles' History of Kings County, New York, so we know that he was not an illiterate man.

He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacobse.

Of his nine children five were born in America. The nine were Annetie, Gurtruyd, Janneke, Jan, Abagail. Pieter, Jacobus, Femitie and Ida. Very different names these from those borne by the descendants of the present day.

His will was dated May 15, 169 4 and probated in 1698.

"A record of the family of Isaac Van Nuys (or Vannice) of Harrodsburg, Kentucky, son of Isaac Van Nuys of Millstone, New Jersey" by Carrie E. Allen. Published 1979

https://openlibrary.org/books/OL4464948M/A_record_of_the_family_of_Isaac_Van_Nuys_(or_Vannice)_of_Harrodsburg_Kentucky_son_of_Isaac_Van_Nuys_

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Oct 2014: There seems circumstantial evidence only to support parents of Jan Goosens & Ebelken Hermans

See http://www.geni.com/discussions/142417?msg=978761


" AUCKE Janse Van Nuys was the common ancestor of the Van Nuys family in America, In 1651 he with his wife, Magdalena Pieterse. (HE) and some of his children emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam. He was a carpenter, and his name appears in numerous early records in New Amsterdam, Brooklyn, and Flatbush, from which records these items were obtained.

On May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654 he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam.

There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or magistrate, by Governor Colve, an office similar to that of alderman of the present time, and in 1674 he was one of the representatives to the "Convention of Delegates" called by the governor to meet in New Orange (Albany) after the capture of the Netherlands from the British.

His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain after New Netherlands had been re-taken by the British. A facsimile of his signature is given in Stiles' History of Kings County, New York, so we know that he was not an illiterate man.

He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacobse.

Of his nine children five were born in America. The nine were Annetie, Gurtruyd, Janneke, Jan, Abagail. Pieter, Jacobus, Femitie and Ida.

His will was dated May 15, 1694 and probated in 1698.

Children

with wife#1

1. ANNETIE, born in Holland, married in 1661, Win- ant Pieterse Van Eck, and second, Derick Janse Woertman. her Children: 1. Pieter Winantse Van Eck, born Sept. 9, 1G63. 2. Ariaentje Van Eck, married Turian Vanderbevg. 3. Altje Van Eck, married Jan Bennett.

2 GERTRUYD, married 1666, Franz Joosten. (her) children : Magdalen Joosten, born 1679.

3. JANNEKE, married 1666, Reinier Arendsz. her Children: •1 Aucke Arendsz. •2 Barbara Arendsz, born 1679. •3. Adrientje Arendsz, born 1682. •4 Gertruyd Arendsz. born August 27, 16(8or 9)4. •5_Theunis Arendsz, born March 29. 1696.

4. JAN, born in Holland. He came to America with his father in 1651. He also was a carpenter by trade, but he bought a farm in Flatbush in 1681. He married in 1673, Barbara Provoost; married 2d. in 1680. Eva Jacobse.

(his) Children : 1_3 Aucke Janse Van Nuys was a deacon in Flatlands church, but removed to the Raritan, in New Jersey.

5. ABAGAIL. married, Leffert Pieterse of Flatbush Long Island. She died in 1748, at a great age. She reared a large family of children who took the name of Leffert.

6.PIETER, bom Oct. 22, 1652. No further trace of (him).

7. JACOBUS. He married April 26, 1685, Maria Willemse Cornel of Flatbush, Long Island. He died in 1710.

Records show that he resided in Flatbush from 1688 to 1696, but he afterward settled in New Jersey. He did not remain there, however, as his will was probated in New Utrecht in 1710. The will gives the names of his children as William of New Utrecht, Johannes or Jan, Aucke, Isaac, Magdalena, Margarite, Elizabeth, Maria and Jacobus of New Jersey.

8 Femite, baptized March 12, 1662. Married Oct. 8, 1680, Jan Stevense Van Voorhees. Children : 1. Aucke Janse Voorhees, born May 21, 1682. 2. Willemse Voorhees, born Feb. 24, 1684. 3. Jan Voorhees. born May 2, 1686. 4. Jacobus Voorhees ,born March 24, 1696, and (sup- posed) Roelof, Albert, Abraham, and Lucas.

9. IDA, married Auke Rynierse.

Children :

1. Magdalen, born Oct. 23, 1698.

2. Hendrick, born Aug. 11, 1700.


Early Settlers of Kings County By TEUNIS G. BERGEN New York, 1881

Page 351

Van Nuyse, Aucke Jansen, the common ancestor of the Van Nuyse family, emigrated in 1651 from Amsterdam (there is a village named Nuis in Groningen), commonly writing his name and known as Aucke Janse; m. 1st Magdalena Pieterse; m. 2d, about Dec. 1666, Elizabeth Janse wid successively of Christopher Schaets and of Jan Claesen; m 3d Geertje Gyshrechts wid. of Jan Jacobse. Was a carpenter, residing at first in N. A., where May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot to Hendrick Hendricksen. In 1661 he resided at Brn ferry; in Flds in 1665; in Flh in 1669, where he built the church in 1654 and '60, was appointed schepen in 1673 under Gov. Colve, and took the oath of allegiance in 1687; and in N. U. in 1675, where his name appears on the ass. roll of that year. Oct. 15, 1681, he bought of Bartel Claesen his house and farm in Flh of 19 morgens; also Claesen's share of the land lying at the Paerde Gat, patented by Gov. Andros Mar. 17, 1677, to said Claesen and Louis Janse; also 10 morgeng on the plains of "Amersfoort," which Claesen bought of Samuel Spicer; and also 2 morgens on the " Midwoutse" plains known as No. 10, with salt-meadows, as per p. 142 of Lib. AA of Flh rec. Will da. May 15, 1694; pro. , 1698; rec. p. 303, Lib. 5, N. Y. surr. off. Issue: • Annetie or Anneken Auckersz, m. 1st Winant Pieterse Van Eck, m. 2d Derick Janse Woertman; • Geertruyd Auckersz, m. Frans Joosten; • Janneke Auckersz, m. Reinier Arendsz; • Jan Auckersz; • Abagail Auckersz, m. Leffert Pieterse of Flh; • Pieter Auckersz, of whom no further trace; • Jacobus Auckersz; • Femitie Auckersz, m. Jan Stevense Voorhees; • and (sup.) Yda Auckersz, m. Aucke Rynierse.

Signed his name "'Aucke Jansen."

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Van Nuys Genealogy - A Record of the Family of Isaac Van Nuys . . .
pg. 7
• AUTHOR: Carrie B. Allen • PUBLICATION: 1916
Aucke Janse Van Nuys was the common ancestor of the Van Nuys family in America. In 1651 he with his wife, Magdalena Pieterse and some of his children emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam ( now New York). He was a carpenter, and his name appears in numerous early records in New Amsterdam, Brooklyn, and Flatbush, from which records these items were obtained.
On May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654, he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam. There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or magistrate, by Governor Colve, an office similar to that of alderman of the present time, and in 1674 he was one of the representatives to the "Convention of Delegates" called by the governor to meet in New Orange (Albany) after the capture of the Netherlands from the British.
His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain after New netherlands had been re-taken by the British. A facsimile of his signature is given in Stiles' History of Kings County, New York, so we know that he was not an illiterate man.
He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacobse. Of his nine children five were born in America. the nine were Annetie, Gurtruyd, Janneke, Jan, abagail, Pieter, Jacobus, Femitie and Ida. Very different names these from those borne by the descendants of the present day. His will was dated May 15, 1694 and probated in 1698.


Will Aucke Jansz
•Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York (Volume I. 1665-1707), Pgs. 294, 295 “In the name of our Lord, Amen. Whereas I, Ankie Janse Van Huys, of the Town of Flatbush, in Kings County, considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the hour, And not willing to depart out of this world before he should have disposed of his worldly estate.” Leaves “to his eldest son, John Anke, procured by his lawful wife Magdalena Anke,” £1, 4s. in money. Leaves to “all his children, procured by his first wife, Magdalena Anke, deceased, and to the children of his present wife, Geetie Ankes, procured by her first husband, John Jacobse, that are named and baptized Anke,” each 6 shillings. Leaves all estate, houses and lands, to his Wife Geetie for life, and then to his children by his first wife Magdalena, viz., Anatie, wife of Dirck Janse Waertman, and the two children of Geetie Anke deceased, procured by Joost Fransen, viz., Sara Joosten, and Magdalena Joosten for one share. And Janettie Anke, wife of Ryne Aertsen, Jan Anke, Pontus Anke, Abigail, wife of Lippit Peterse, Jacobus Anke, and Famettie wife of Jan Stevense. And to the children of his present wife Geetie, procured by her first husband Jan Jacobse, viz. Lysbett Janse, wife of Dirck Janse Van Sutphen, and Eva Janse, wife of Jan Anke.


This father of Jan Aukes (or Ouke) Van Nuys immigrated to the United States with his son in 1651.


Aucke Janse Van Nuys

Aucke Janse VAN NUYS / Magdalena PIETERSZ


Husband: Aucke Janse VAN NUYS


Born: ABT 1618 at: Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands Married: 1640 at: , , Netherlands Died: ABT 1698 at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Father: Jan GOOSENS Mother: Hermans EBELKEN Spouses: Magdalena PIETERSZ , Lysbert Elizabeth JANS , Gurtruyd GYSBRECHTS Sources: [9948]


Wife: Magdalena PIETERSZ


Born: Feb 1623 at: Langdendijck, North Holland, Netherlands Died: at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Father: Pieter JANSZ Mother: Adriaentgen ARENTSD Spouses: Aucke Janse VAN NUYS


CHILDREN


Name: Annetie Aukes VAN NUYS [9949]

Born: Jan 1646 at: Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands Died: at: Spouses:


Name: Gertrude Aukes VAN NUYS [2000]

Born: 1647 at: Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands Married: ABT 1684 at: Brooklyn, , New York Died: at: Spouses: Gerret Gerretse DORLANDT , Franz JOOSTEN


Name: Janneke Aukes VAN NUYS [9951]

Born: ABT 1648 at: Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands Died: at: Spouses:


Name: Jan Aukes VAN NUYS [9952]

Born: ABT 1649 at: Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands Died: at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Spouses:


Name: Abagail Aukes VAN NUYS [9953]

Born: ABT 1651 at: New Amsterdam, New York, New York Died: 19 Jul 1748 at: , , New York Spouses:


Name: Pieter VAN NUYS [9954]

Born: 12 Oct 1652 at: New Amsterdam, New York, New York Died: at: Spouses:


Name: Jacobus Auckes VAN NUYS [9955]

Born: ABT 1655 at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Died: 1710 at: New Utrecht, Kings, New York Spouses:


Name: Ida Aukes VAN NUYS [9956]

Born: ABT 1656 at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Died: AFT 20 Nov 1735 at: Flatlands, Kings, New York Spouses:


Name: Femmetje Auckes VAN NUYS [9947]

Born: 2 Mar 1662 at: Flatbush, Kings, New York Died: AFT 20 Nov 1735 at: Flatlands, Kings County, New York Spouses:


INDEX

[9948] [S37] •DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

pg. 7 Aucke Janse Van Nuys was the common ancestor of the Van Nuys family in America. In 1651 he with his wife, Magdalena Pieterse and some of his children emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam ( now New York). He was a carpenter, and his name appears in numerous early records in New Amsterdam, Brooklyn, and Flatbush, from which records these items were obtained. 
On May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654, he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam. 
There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or magistrate, by Governor Colve, an office similar to that of alderman of the present time, and in 1674 he was one of the representatives to the "Convention of Delegates" called by the governor to meet in New Orange (Albany) after the capture of the Netherlands from the British. 
His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain after New netherlands had been re-taken by the British. A facsimile of his signature is given in Stiles' History of Kings County, New York, so we know that he was not an illiterate man. 
He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacobse. Of his nine children five were born in America. the nine were Annetie, Gurtruyd, Janneke, Jan, abagail, Pieter, Jacobus, Femitie and Ida. Very different names these from those borne by the descendants of the present day. His will was dated May 15, 1694 and probated in 1698. 

[9949] [S37] •PAGE: page 8

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Annetie, born in Holland, married in 1661, Winant Pieterse Van Eck, and second, Derick Janse Woertman. 

[2000] [S37] •PAGE: page 8

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Gertruyd, married 1666, Franz Joosten 
Children: 
Magdalen Joosten, born 1679 

[9951] [S37] •PAGE: page 8

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Janneke, married 1666, Reinier Arendsz. 
Children: 
Aucke Arendsz 
Barbara Arendsz, born 1679 
Adrientje Arendsz, born 1682 
Gertruyd Arendsz, born August 27, 1684 
Theunis Arendsz, born March 29, 1696 

[9952] [S37] •PAGE: page 8

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Jan, born in Holland. He came to America with his father in 1651. He also was a carpenter by trade, but he bought a farm in Flatbush in 1681. He married in 1673, Barbara Provoost; married 2d in 1680, Eva Jacobse 

[9953] [S37] •PAGE: page 9

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Abagail, married Leffert Pieterse of Flatbush Long Island. She died in 1748 at a great age. She reared a large family of children who took the name of Leffert. 

[9954] [S37] •PAGE: page 9

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Pieter, born Oct 22, 1652. No further trace of him. 

[9955] [S37] •PAGE: page 9, 11

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

page 9. Jacobus married April 26, 1685 to Maria Willemse Cornel of Flatbush, Long Island. he died in 1710. Records show that he resided in Flatbush from 1688 to 1696, but he afterward settled in New Jersey. He did not rmain ther, however, as his will was probated in New Utrecht in 1710. The will gives the names of his children as: 
1- William of New Utrecht. 2- Johannes or Jan. 3- Aucke. 4- Isaac. 5- Magdalena. 6- Magarite. 6- Elizabeth. 7- Maria. 8- Jacobus of New Jersey. 
page 11. As far as we can learn, all the descendants of Jan, one of the two sons of Aucke Janse Van Nuys who had families, remained in New York and New Jersey, at least for several generations, as did also many of the fmaily of Jacobus, the other son, through whom we trace our lineage. However, some of Jacobus' family, who settled on the Raritan and Millstone rivers in New Jersey, by the fourth generation were emigrating to Kentucky. So we of the present generation of Vannices (in Iowa and Nebraska) must trace our ancestry thorugh the states of Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, New York, thence through Holland to France, from which country our forefathers fled at the time of the terrible Massacre of St. Bartholomew in 1572. 

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Ida, married Auke Rynierse. Children are: 
1-Magdalen, born Oct 23, 1698. 2- Hendrick, born Aug 11, 1700. 

[9947] [S37] •PAGE: Page 9

•DATA: ◦DATE: 1916

Femite, baptized March 12, 1662. Married Oct 8, 1680 to Jan Stevense Van Voorhees. Children are: 
1 - Aucke Janse Voorhees, born May 21, 1682. 2- Willemse Voorhees, born Feb 24, 1684. 3- Jan Voorhees, born May 2, 1686. 4- Jacobus Voorhees, born March 24, 1696, and supposed Roelof, Albert, Abraham, and Lucas. 

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Aucke Janse Van Nuys's Timeline

1612
1612
Nuis, Marum, Groningen, The Netherlands
1646
January 28, 1646
Age 34
Nuis, Groningen, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden
1647
June 9, 1647
Age 35
Amsterdam, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden

http://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/indexen/doop...

kind:
, Truijtje
doopdatum:
09-06-1647
kerk:
Nieuwe Kerk
godsdienst:
Hervormd
vader:
Jansz, Aucke
moeder:
Pieters, Magdaleen
bronverwijzing:
DTB 43, p.44
Doopregister: NL-SAA-24573859

1647
Age 35
Nieuw-Utrecht, Nieuw-Nederland
1648
December 10, 1648
Age 36
Amsterdam, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden

http://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/indexen/doop...

kind:
, Jannetje
doopdatum:
17-12-1648
kerk:
Nieuwe Kerk
godsdienst:
Hervormd
vader:
Jansz, Aucke
moeder:
Pieters, Magdaleen
bronverwijzing:
DTB 43, p.98

1650
December 18, 1650
Age 38
Amsterdam, Holland, Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden

http://stadsarchief.amsterdam.nl/archieven/archiefbank/indexen/doop...

kind:
, Jan
doopdatum:
18-12-1650
kerk:
Noorderkerk
godsdienst:
Hervormd
vader:
Jans, Aucke
moeder:
Peiters, Mardelen
bronverwijzing:
DTB 75, p.278
Doopregister: NL-SAA-24649869

1651
1651
Age 39
Midwout, Nieuw-Nederland
1652
October 12, 1652
Age 40
Nieuw-Amsterdam, Nieuw-Nederland

1652 Oct 13; Auke Jans; Pieter; Adolph Pieterszen, Jacomyntie Frans