|Also Known As:||"van Meppelen"|
|Birthplace:||Meppel, Drenthe, Nederland|
|Death:||Died in Kingston, Ulster County, New York|
|Occupation:||Farmhand, Carpenter, Magistrate|
|Managed by:||Martin Severin Eriksen|
About Roeloff Hendricksen
Roeloff Hendricksen was the brother of Hilltje Hendrickse, Femmetje Hendrickse (van Mepple) and Annatje Hendricks. He was not the brother of Mackye van den Oever.
Femmetje's sister, they say, was named Hilletje, and their brother's name was Roeloff. Hilletje, widow of the soldier Andries Barentsen, married Albert Jansen of Steenwyck in 1664. Later that year, Roeloff (now a carpenter) married Aeltje Lubberse of Elburgh. Also in 1664, Femmetje and Joost's daughter Maertje was baptized; the witnesses were Roeloff, Hilletje, and Albert Jansen. Not till Joost married Lysbet four years later was there any authenticated tie between these siblings and Maycken—other than their all hailing from Meppel, and having fathers named Hendrick.
Femmetje Hendricks husband was Joost Adriaensen Vermeulen aka Pynacker. Joost made a will 26 Sep. 1665 naming his wife Femmetje Hendricks, dau Marietje (bapt. 13 Jul. 1664) and makes "Albert Janse van Steenwyck and Roeloff Hendrickse BOTH his brothers in law" executor.
From Early Bergen County Families PDF File, page 24
Hendricksen, Roelof (Roelof Hendricks in ‘t Velt)
Roelof Hendricksen m. 30 Nov 1664 Aeltje Lubberts
son of Hendrick -?- & Kingston Ref Ch dau. of Lubbert Jansen & (banns: 16 Nov 1664 Aeltje Wygerts/Wiggers* b. Kingston Ref Ch) b. Elburgh, Gelderland
In the Kingston marriage record, they were: Roeloff Hendricksen, j.m., of Meppelen, carpenter, and Aeltjen Lubbers, j.d. of Elburgh, both resid. here (in Wiltwyck, now Kingston).
Roelof Hendricksen’s sisters were Femmetje Hendricks, m. 1663 Joost Adriaens Molenaar; and Hilletjen Hendricks, m. (1) Andries Barentsen and (2) 1664 Albert Jansen Steenwyck.
This family may have adopted the surname Van Meppelen, Maple.
children of Roelof Hendricksen & Aeltje Lubberts:
- Hendrick Roelofsen, bp. 13 Sep 1665 Kingston Ref Ch (wit: Hilletje Hendricks, Albert Jansen [Steenwyck])
- Albert Roelofszen, bp. 2 Oct 1667 Kingston Ref Ch (wit: Joost Ariaensen [Molenaar])
- (prob) Hilletje Roelofse [in t’Veld], m. 25 Aug 1698 Kingston Ref Ch, William Clerck • Evert Roelofsen, bp. 16 Feb 1679 Kingston Ref Ch (wit: Jannetje Loperts); apparently d.y. • Styntie Roelofs [in t’Veld], bp. 21 Oct 1683 Kingston Ref Ch (wit: Antoni Crepel, Anna Andries); m. (prob) Karel Weyle (Charles Wyllie) [Wheeler?] • Evert Roelofszen, bp. 5 Sep 1686 Kingston Ref Ch (wit: Aeltie Steenwyc)
- (prob) Femmetje Roelofs
Aeltje Wygerts/Wiggers m. (2?) Albert Gysbertszen [Van Garden]; m. (3?) 3 April 1665 Kingston Ref Ch, Pieter Hillebrantsen.
---Sources: Hoes, Roswell Randall, Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston..., 1891 (reprinted 1997 by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD)
DE TROUW (THE FAITH)
Sailed from Amsterdam 13 December 1660 [NWI], 24 December 1660 [JJ], arrived New Amsterdam before May 1661. Captain Jan Jans Bestevaer
- Femmetje Hendricksen, maiden
- Roeloft Hendricks from Drenthe
....Roeloff Hendricksen, magistrate ...
Name: Roelof Hendrickse
Birth: C 1640 in Meppel, Province of Drenth, The Netherlands 1
Immigration: 22 DEC 1659 New Amsterdam, the Dutch Colony (colony renamed in 1664 to New York)
Marriage 1 Aeltje Lubbers b: in Elburg, Gelderland, The Netherlands
Married: 30 NOV 1664 in Kingston (formerly Wildwijk & Esopus), Ulster County, New York 1
Marriage Bann: HOES 15
- Hendrick Hendricksen b: 1665 in Kingston (formerly Wildwijk & Esopus), Ulster County, New York
- Albert Hendricksen b: 1667 in Kingston (formerly Wildwijk & Esopus), Ulster County, New York
Author: West India Company
Title: Account Book in New Netherland Colonial Mss, vol. 14, Book KK.
Abbrev: Ship Passengers
Publication: Holland Society of New Netherland 1902
Text: All "passenger lists" for travel from The Netherlands to New Netherland 1654-1664 came from information on the debit side of the West India Company Account Book in New Netherland Colonial Mss, vol. 14, Book KK. This account book is the source fo r the lists of Passengers to New Netherland in the Year Book of the Holland Society of New Netherland 1902:1-37 FN 1,2.
Additional resources cited:
. Abstracts from Notarial Documents in the Amsterdam Archives by Pim Nieuwenhuis published in New Netherland Connections in series Vol. 4:3,4; Vol. 5:1-3
. Early Immigrants to New Netherland 1657-1664 from The Documentary History of New York
. Settlers of Rensselaerswyck 1630-1658 in Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts
. E. B. O'Callaghan's Calendar of Historical Manuscripts in the Office of the Secretary of State, Albany NY
. New World Immigrants: List of Passengers 1654 to 1664 edited by Michael Tepper
. Emigrants to New Netherland by Rosalie Fellows Bailey, , NYGBR; vol 94 no 4 pp 193-200
. De Scheepvaart en handel van de Nederlandse Republiek op Nieuw-Nederland 1609-1675 unpublished thesis by Jaap Jacobs
Typical fare was 36 florins; half that for young children; and nothing for nursing infants. FN 1
These accounts that they were made up from the records of the West India Company, by order of the English rulers after the confiscation of the Company's property in New Netherland, and as assets of or debts due the Company, and to be collecte d by the English. The list seems to stop with the Eendracht which arrived on 19 July 1664. (The English took over in Sept 1664 so that may have been the last passenger ship to arrive before that date.)
- Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy: Dec 4 2016, 2:28:32 UTC
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