Hannah Anneken Applegate

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Hannah Anneken Applegate (Patrick)

Birthplace: Gravesend, Kings County, New York
Death: 1692 (57-58)
Flushing, Queens County, New York
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Capt. Daniel Patrick and Anneken “Anna” Feake
Wife of Bartholomew Applegate
Mother of John (no Children) Applegate; Hannah Herbert; Thomas Applegate; Daniel Patrick Applegate and Mary Applegate
Sister of Patience Cornelius and Daniel Patrick, II
Half sister of James Feake

Occupation: Married - Applegate October 1650
Managed by: Andrew Vincent Martineau
Last Updated:

About Hannah Anneken Applegate

Capt. Daniel Patrick and Anne VanBeyeren WERE HER PARENTS

Anna was born circa 1634 at Connecticut. She was the daughter of Captain Daniel Patrick and Anna van Beyeren. Her name in Dutch was "Anneken". In some records she is referred to as Hanna. On 31 Marh 1649, Anna bound over to Cornelius van Tienhoven as a servant by her step father, Tobias Feake. She was to serve him for a period of two years as long as he was to remain in New Netherlands. If he did not remain, she would have her freedom & be allowed to keep the clothing she had been given. Ir appears he must have left as she did not remain with him. Tobias received 25 guilders in seawan at the comensement of her service.2,3 Anna married Bartholomew Applegate in October 1650 at Gravesend, Kings County. They resided in Gravesend in 1650. The couple resided at Gravesend, Long Island. On 6 November 1671, the govenor ordered 10 pounds to be paid by certain individuals toward the release of Hanna Apelgate & her child, 5 pounds in red cloth. It is thought that this was payment to release her from capitivity by the Indians. Some time in the 1670's, the family resided in Manmouth County, New Jersey where they were listed among the first settlers who came from Long Island.4,5


  • [S971] Orical & Genealogical Register, Captain Daniel Patrick of the 1630 Winthrop Fleet & Some of His Descendants, page 476.
  • [S971] Orical & Genealogical Register, Captain Daniel Patrick of the 1630 Winthrop Fleet & Some of His Descendants, page 476 - Anna's servitude.
  • [S506] Note: Seawan - unstrung wampum.
  • [S972] C. V. Compton, Comptonology, page 3 - The first settlers in Monmouth County, New Jersey came from Long Island by 1670 - among them were William Compton, William Golding, Walter Wall, John Tilton Bartholmew Applegate, James Grover, William Bowne Carson Johnson, Thomas Whitlock, Richard Gibbons, Richard Stout, Nicholas Stillwell, Samuel Hommes, John Emans, John Lawrence, Thomas willett, & William Haviland etc.
  • [S973] Teunis G. Bergen, Early Settlers of King's County, Long Island, N. Y., page 14 - Bartholomew of Gravesend, m. Oct., 1650, at Gravesend, Hannah Patricke. On list of inhabitants of said town of 1650. Aug. 10, 1667, he bought of Nathan Whitman plantation lot N° 12, in Gravesend, as per town rec. From an entry on the Gravesend record of Nov. 6, 1671, setting forth that " whereas the Governour was pleased to order Wm Wilkins to pay ten pounds towards the release of Hanna Apelgate and her child, this sheweth that Thos Whitlock received of Mr Delavall five pounds of the aforesaid somme, of the which the said Thomas delivered five pounds to the constable and overseers of Gravesend in red cloth," etc., it may be inferred that she was in the hands of the Indians, and that the money and red cloth were used for her ransom, Mar. 8, 1674, as per p. 694 of Doc. of Col. His. of N. Y., the Gov. Genl., Antony Colve, and his council, on petition, granted leave to " Bartholomew Appelgadt, Thomas Appelgadt, and Richard Sadler" to purchase from the Indians a tract of land about two "leagues on this side of Middle Towne, near the Neversings, fit for a settlement of 6 or 8 families," on condition that after the purchase a patent be taken out, and the settlements be made within two years on pain of forfeiture. In April John Bowne and Richard Hartshorne, and others, gave notice that the land granted was within the bounds of their patent.* See pp. 694 and 706 of Vol. II. of Doc. of Col. His. of N. Y. Signed his name "Bartholmel Aplegate."
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Hannah Anneken Applegate's Timeline

June 1634
Gravesend, Kings County, New York
Gravesend, Brooklyn, New York
Age 57
Flushing, Queens County, New York