Eighth Generation


148 Unknown COOL. Born before 1562.

Unknown married Unknown.

They had one known child:
74 i. Cornelius Lambertse (1588-~1643)

149 UNNAMED. Born before 1566.

152 Johannes NEEFF. Born in 1560 in Antwerp, Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. Johannes died on 9 Sep 1602 in Frankft. Am Main, Hessen-Nassau, Hessen, Germany.

Johannes married Sarah LENERT.

They had one known child:
76 i. Joannes (1594-~1635)

153 Sarah LENERT. Born in 1567 in Cologne, Nordrhein, Westphalen, Germany.

154 Pieter BECX. Born in 1569 in Cologne, Rhineland, Germany. Pieter died in Zoelen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Buried in Zoelen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Alias/AKA: Pieter BEXS.

On 11 Aug 1594 Pieter married Gertrud DIEPENBROUCKS, in Cologne, Nordrhein, Westphalen, West Germany.

They had one known child:
77 i. Maria (1598-)

155 Gertrud DIEPENBROUCKS. Born in 1572 in Dusseldorf, Nordrhein, Westphalen, West Germany.

184 Peter VROOM (?).

From the Somerset County Historical Quarterly, Vol. V, Somerville, New Jersey, 1916, p.256:43

We may add that the late Hon. Frances E. Woodruff, of Morristown, in a brief record of "The Coursens of Sussex County," states that the Vroom family was founded at Haarlem, Holland, by one Hendrick Vroom, a sculptor, who had a son, Cornelis, a sculptor, and that his son was Hendrick, a marine painter of note, b. 1566 and d. 1640; and his researches led to the belief that originally the name was Coursen, and that the family was of French Huguenot stock, taking refuge in Holland. His view was that "Vroom" or "de Vroome," meaning "the Pious," was attached in Holland...
Peter (?) married Unknown UNKNOWN.

They had one known child:
92 i. Cornelius Petersen

186 Hendrick TOMASSEN.

Hendrick married Elsie MARTENSE.

They had one known child:
93 i. Tryntje

187 Elsie MARTENSE. Elsie was a widow and married her second husband, Adam Roelantsen, the first schoolmaster of New Amsterdam before 1638. Alias/AKA: Lyntie.

188 Leender? VAN DER GRIFT.

Leender? married Unknown UNKNOWN.

They had the following children:
94 i. Jacob Leendertszen (1610-)
ii. Paulus Leendertse2

189 Unknown UNKNOWN.

190 Frederick LUBBERTS.2 Born in 1609.3,13 Frederick died after 22 Nov 1679.2 Francis Bazley Lee says Frederick died in 1680.3 Occupation: sailor, burgher and burghomaster in New Amsterdam.3 Alias/AKA: Signed his name "Frerick Lubbertsen."2 Frederick Lubbertszen.

From T.G. Bergen's Early Settlers, 1881, p.194:2
Frederick, (or "Frerick Lubbertsen," as written by himself,) b. 1609; m. 1st Styntje (???); m. 2d, Aug. 17, 1657, Tryntje Hendricks wid. of Cornelis Pietersen (Vroom). He emigrated at an early period to this country, residing at first in N. A. as early as 1639, where in 1641 he was one of the 12 men to whom the trouble with the Indians was referred. May 23, 1640, he obtained a patent for a large tract covering most of South Brn; Sept. 4, 1645, he obtained a patent for another plantation in Brn, to which place he removed; and was a mag. of said town from 1653 to 1655, and in 1673. Issue:--Rebecca (by 1st w.), who m. Jacob Leendertse Van der Grift; Elsje (by 2d w.), bp. July 7, 1658, in N. Y., who m. Jacob Hansen Bergen; and Aeltje, bp. July 25, 1660, who m. Cornelis Sebringh. Will da. Nov. 22, 1679, and rec. on p. 215 of Lib. 1 (of the original) of Con. Signed his name "Frerick Lubbertsen."
From T.G. Bergen's Early Settlers, 1881, p.33:2
"Jacob Hansen, bp. Sep. 21, 1653; m. July 8, 1677, Elsje Fredericks da. [by his 2nd wife, Tryntje Hendricks] of Frederick Lubbertsen of Brn; d. after 1738. Resided on and owned a plantation in S. Brn comprising a part of his father-in-law's patent..."
"Frederick LUBBERTSEN, was one of the first 2 people to hold a patent for land in Breukelen (Brooklyn) granted under British rule by Governor Nicholls, the other being Thomas Bescher."13

Frederick married Styntje JANS.2

They had one known child:
95 i. Rebecca Fredericks (1628-)

191 Styntje JANS.2 Styntje died before 17 Aug 1657.2

173 UNNAMED. Born before 1566.

196 Jean RAPAREILLET. Born circa 1552-1572 in Valenciennes, Nord, France. Jean died after 1602. Buried on 23 Feb 1606 in Valenciennes, France. Alias/AKA: Jean RAPPALJE, Jean RAPARLIER, Jean Jan RAPAREILLIET.

About 1599 Jean married Elizabeth BAUDOIN.

They had the following children:
98 i. Joris Janszen (1604-1662)
ii. Anne (1595-)
iii. Olivier (1594-)
iv. Francois (1596-)
v. Nicholaes (1598-)
vi. Unknown (1600-1600)

197 Elizabeth BAUDOIN. Born circa 1560 in Valenciennes, Nord, France. One source says she was born in 1560 in Paris, France. Elizabeth died in Feb 1606 in Douay?, France. Buried on 23 Feb 1606 in Valenciennes, Nord, France.

198 Jeronimus TRICO. Born in 1579 in Pris Or Prische, Dept. Of Nord, France. Alias/AKA: Jerome/Jeronimus TRICO, Joris Jan Jeronimus TRICAULT/TRICO.

From Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey, p.666:3
Jeronomis Trico...lived in Paris, and had one daughter, Catalyntie, born in Paris, 1605, died September 11, 1689; she married Joris Jansen de Rapalje, who emigrated from Rochelle, France, in 1623. He was probably a sailor. They had one child, Sarah, born June 7, 1624 or 1625, died about 1685. She was the first white child born on Long Island. She married (first) Hans Hanse Bergen, in 1639, born in Bergen, Norway, a ship carpenter by trade; moved to Holland and from there to New Amsterdam in 1633; he died in 1653 or 1654. They had one child, Jacob Hanse, baptized at New Amsterdam, September 21, 1653. He married Elsie Frederiks, of the Kreest; her father was Frederick Tubbertsen, a sailor, born 1609, died 1680; he was burgher and burghomaster in New Amsterdam; married as his second wife Tryntie Hendriks, of Brooklyn. Jacob Hanse Bergen and Elsie Frederiks had one daughter, Marretie Jacobse.
About 1604 Jeronimus married Michele SAUVAGIE, in Pry Or Pris, Hainault, Belgium.

They had one known child:
99 i. Catalina Jeronimus (1605-1689)

199 Michele SAUVAGIE. Born about 1585 in Paris, Seine, France.

204 Lukes SUBERING. Born about 1570.

102 i. Roeloff Lukassen (~1595-)

236 Lukes SUBERING. Born about 1570.

102 i. Roeloff Lukassen (~1595-)


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