About Bärtil Hendricksson
Bärtil Hendricksson and moved with her parents to Maryland. On the division of Pål Jönsson Mulli-ca's estate, it was agreed that she and her husband would receive 150 acres of "None So Good in Finland." In 1668, he traded his share of this plantation to John Cocks for the latter's 200-acre tract known as "Cock Crows Thrice" and later added a 100-acre tract known as "Indian Range." The death of Bartholomew Hendrickson occurred in 1684, had three sons: Matthi-as, Hendrick and Bärtil (Bartholomew) Hendrick-son.