Tryntje Hendrickse

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Tryntje Hendrickse

Also Known As: "Tryntje Lubberts"
Birthdate: (83)
Birthplace: Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
Death: circa 1693 (75-91)
New Amsterdam, New Netherland Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Hendrick Tomasse and Elsie Martense
Wife of Cornelis Pieterszen Vroom and Frederick Lubbertsen
Mother of Elsje Corssen, (d.y.); Hendrick Corsen Vroom; Grietje Corssen; Pieter Corssen Vroom; Hendrick Vroom, (d.y.) and 4 others

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About Tryntje Hendrickse

  • Tryntje was daughter of Hendrick Tomassen and Elsie Martense.
  • Elsie was a widow and married her second husband, Adam Roelantsen, the first schoolmaster of NA before 1638 (this date presumably comes from the next point).
  • Cors, Tryntje's husband, sued Adam, as guardian of Eslie's estate, on 10 Jun 1638 to recover Tryntje's share.

marriage to Fredrick Lubbertszen

1657 ?? Sep; Fredrick Lubbertszen, wid Styntje Jans; Tryntje Hendricks, wid Cornelis Pieterszen


Frederick and Tryntje made a joint will on 22 Nov 1679:

Will of Frederick Lubberse and Tryntie Hendrickse, his wife. Devised to his daughter Elsie, wife of Jacob Hanson, "the farm whereupon they live at present as it is at present in fence, as also the back land by the mill until the fresh meadow, and by their decease to their lawful offspring, paying unto Rebecca the aforesaid sum of 600 guilders wampum value; testators also bequeathed to her a farm and 1/3 interest in residuary estate. To daughter Aeltie "the farm at the water side as it is at present in 'fence'". To son Peter and Hendrick Corson, "aforesaid, each the just moiety of the piece of upland 'beginning from Job's land between the waggon path and meadow and its length to the water place, with this express condition that they jointly and every one alike the value of the just third part of the aforesaid land" pay to their brother Cornelius Corson, "who otherwise would have inherited therein, if he had not had land of his own." Testatrix bequeaths all gold and silver belonging to her body to her two daughters, share and share alike. Residuary estate divided among the children. Executors not named. Witness: William Bogardus. Proved 10 July 1693. (Recorded in Liber I of Conveyances, page 315.)

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Tryntje Hendrickse's Timeline

Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
Age 26
New Netherland Colony
Age 30
June 7, 1643
Age 33
New Amsterdam, Kings, New York, USA
April 23, 1645
Age 35
New Amsterdam, New Netherland Colony
May 25, 1648
Age 38
New Amsterdam, New Netherland
March 5, 1651
Age 41
New Amsterdam, New Netherland
November 30, 1653
Age 43
New Amsterdam, Lewis, New York, USA