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Purmerland Church, Passengers 1661

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  • Barbara van Swearingen (1639 - 1670)
    From In 1658, Garret van Swearingen was appoined as one of the Councilors and the commissary Feneral of the City of Amsterdam in New Amstel. Garret married Barbara De Barrettes (this surname appears ...
  • Garrett van Swearingen (c.1636 - 1698)
    "The father of the family went by the name of 'Monsieur' Garret VanSweringen. He was the former Sheriff of the Dutch Colony on the Delaware, who had publicly broken his sword against his knees after th...

1661 In the Purmerland Church Sailed from Amsterdam November 17, 1661 Left Texel November 27, 1661 Captain Dirck Jacobsz de Vries Arrived South River (New Amstel) February 3, 1662 Arrived at New Amsterdam March 29, 1662

Destination: South River, New Amstel

Barent Cornelissen Slecht

Claes Verbrack - with wife

Cornelis Aertsen and man servant

Gerrit de Groott of Ryntsterwoude and boy

Gerrit Jansen van Beck

Gerrit Otte, of Accoy

Gerrit Sandersen of Tuyl (Tiel) - with 10 persons including wife and four children

Gerrit van Schweringen, Schout, (sheriff) with wife, man-servant and maid

Herman Otte of Accoy

Jacob de Commer, surgeon - with wife and two children

Jan Evertsen van Gysel

Jan Gerritsz

Jan Hellegers

Jan Ramaere (Roemers) of Hazerswoude - with wife and daughter

Joris Florissen and man servant

Kier Wolters from Drenthe - with wife and 6 children

Laurens de Geus of Amsterdam

Neeltgen Willems

Pieter Arise Thysvelt

Roelof Barentszen

Ryck Gurtsen van As

Willem Cornelisse Ryckevryer

William Jansen and servant

Source: Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild - Purmerland Church