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About Hendrick Janse Janse Roseboom
- by Stefan Bielinski
- The story of the Roseboom family in early Albany begins with the appearance of 'Hendrick Janse in Beverwyck before 1660.
- In 1697 the households of 'Hendrick Sr.' and four sons appeared on the Albany census. All five of these Rosebooms were primarily fur traders...
- In 1756, eleven Roseboom-named househoolds appeared on the city census of householders. Three were headed by widows.
- Myndert H. Roseboom was a prominent merchant and Revolutionary war army officer.
- In 1790, four Roseboom named households remained in the city.
- In 1815, only the Hudson Avenue home of widow Hester Roseboom was listed in the Albany city directory.
- Since then, descendants of the Albany Rosebooms have spread across New York and across the country as well.
- 'Hendrick Roseboom
- by Stefan Bielinski
- ' Hendrick Roseboom (Hendrick Janse) was the patriarch of the Roseboom Family of early Albany.
- ' According to the traditional sources, he emigrated to New Netherland about 1660. He established a home at Beverwyck which became Albany in 1664. By that time, he was known as a fur trader and then a property owner. His house and lot were located on what became the east side of Pearl Street and incorporated the northern wall of the stockade. For many years, the Pearl Street passage out of town was known as "Roseboom's Gate."
- ' His first wife as Gysbertie Lansing - the mother of as least five Roseboom children. In December 1695, he was a widower when he married Widow Tryntje Jans at the Albany Dutch chuch where he had been a member, undertaker, and sexton for many years.
- ' Hendrick Janse served the community as a constable, contractor, and juror. In 1679, his property was enumerated on the Albany assessment roll. In 1697, is household was configured on the city census. Two years later, he stood with his neighbors in swearing allegiance to the king of England.
- ' Hendrick Roseboom, Sr. died in December 1703 and was buried from the Dutch church. His descendants spread out in Albany County and beyond!
- 'The Lansing family. A genealogy of the descendants of Gerritt Frederickse Lansing who came to America from Hasselt, province of Overijssell, Holland, 1640. Eight generations
- 1. Gerrit Frederickse1 Lansing, son of Frederick Lansing, married Elizabeth Hendrickse.
- ' 6. Gysbertie Lansing, married Hendrick Janse Roseboom in 1679.
- Gerrit Frederickse1 Lansing was a citizen of Hasselt, Province of Overijssell, Holland. He came to New Amsterdam (New York) about 1640 and was one of the early settlers of Rensselaerwyck. He died and his widow married Wouter Van Den Uythof of Albany. The heirs of Gerrit Frederickse Lansing executed a Power of Attorney in favor of Jan Barentse ten Kate of Zwolle and Gysbert Janse Vermeer of Hasselt, Holland, on October 3, 1697. (Albany County deed book No. 3, page 51.)
- 'Genealogical notes of New York and New England families
- Gerrit Frederick, son of Frederick Lansing, of the town of Hassel, in the Province of Overyssell, came to New Amsterdam with three sons, and probably to Rensselaerwyck about 1650. He had also three daughters, all his children having been born before leaving Hassel.
- Gerrit F. Lansing was probably dead before the 3d of October, 1679, as on that day the above-named children made a joint conveyance of property.
- ' Gysbertie, daughter of (1) Gerrit Frederick Lansing, was probably born in Hassel; married Hendrick Janse Roseboom, trader, in 1679 (?), and had
- 31 Johannes.
- 32 Gerrit.
- 33 Hendrick.
- 34 Myndert (?).
- 35 Margarita, b. ; m. Pieter Thomas Mingeal.
- ' Hendrick J. Roseboom's wife Gysbertje died, and in his old age he married Tryntje Janse Van Breestede, widow of Rutger Jacobsen. He died November, 1703.
- 'Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs:
- The American ancestor of this fine old Dutch family, famed in the early and subsequent annals of the Hudson Valley, was Gerrit Frederickse (termination se has force of son), son of Frederick Lansing, of the town of Hasselt, in the province of Overyssel. The name is found in the early records as Lansingh, Lansinck (Lansinck family has different coat-of-grins. See De Rietstap's Armorial Bearings — the De Brett of the continent) — and Lansing. They settled early in the Hudson (later in the Mohawk) Valley, where they had large land grants and were traders, farmers and mechanics. One of the family, Abraham J., had land granted him along the Hudson, on which he founded the town of Lansingburg, now a part of the city of Troy, New York.
- (I) Gerrit Frederickse Lansing came to New Amsterdam with three sons and three daughters, all born before leaving Hasselt, and settled in Rensselaerwyck, probably about 1650. The date of the death of Gerrit Frederickse Lansing, the emigrant ancestor, is only determined as being prior to October 3, 1679, as on that day his children made a joint conveyance of property, supposedly as heirs of the father. Children:
- ' 5.Gysbertie, married Hendrick Roseboom.
- 'Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany.
- Lansing (Lansinck, Lansingh), Gerrit, from Hassell near Swoll in Overyssell, was deceased before Oct. 3, 1679. He left the following children : Gerrit ; Hendrick ; Johannes ; Aeltie, w. of Gerrit Van Slicktenhorst ; 'Gysbertje, w. of Hendrick Roseboom' ; and Hilletie, widow of Storm Van der Zee.
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