From Harlingen Dutch Reformed Church membership records:
"5/23/1823 Isaac Hagaman, Maria Van Der Veer"On 25 Jan 180026 when Maria was 17, she married Isaac HAGEMAN, in Somerset Co., New Jersey.1,26 Isaac HAGEMAN was born 10 Oct 177926 in Harlingen, Somerset County, New Jersey. He was baptized in the Six Mile Run Dutch Reformed Church, Six Mile Run, Somerset Co., New Jersey 28 Nov 1779. After his first wife Maria Vanderveer's death in 1832, on 8 Feb 1834 in Somerset Co., New Jersey Isaac second married Ellen VOORHEES, daughter of William VOORHEES and Alche VAN DOREN, of Lysander, New York. Ellen was born 14 Sep 1818 and died 1 May 1886. Isaac and Ellen immigrated in 1837 to Illinois from New Jersey along with many of his children including his grown son William Brown Hageman and his first wife Aletta "Althea" Quick Stryker. Isaac was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church in Fairview, Fulton County, Illinois. Isaac died in Fairview, Fulton Co., Illinois on 15 Nov 1849. Cause of death: typhoid fever.26
From the book William Oppie of Somerset County, New Jersey, p.59:16
"Isaac Hageman m. 2nd Ellen Voorhees. These two went to Illinois c. 1837 along with many other Somerset families. The record of his death is in the Dutch Reformed Church at Fairview, Ill., which is the oldest Dutch Reformed Church west of the Alleghenies."Isaac was the son of Benjamin HAGEMAN (1731-1804) and his second wife Sarah VOORHEES, the widow of Isaac SUYDAM. Benjamin fought on the side of the rebels during the Revolutionary War; he was a great grandson of early New York settlers Adrian HEGEMAN and Catherine MARGITS, who immigrated from the Netherlands in about 1650.
|ii.||Garret Vanderveer2,26 (1803-)|
|iii.||William Brown26,27 (1805-1882)|
|iv.||Elizabeth Ann2,26 (1808-)|
|ix.||Cornelius Waldron2,26 (1820-)|
|x.||Simon Van Liew2,26 (1822-)|
|xi.||Andrew Brown2,26 (1824-1903)|
Garret Vandaveer, Andrew's [=Andrew Brown Hageman] grandfather, was killed by the kick of a horse. It was the family caraaige horse that they had owned for years, that kicked him in the bowels.Garret married Sartje UNKNOWN.1
|ii.||Cornelius (Twin) (1750-1815)|
|2||iii.||Garret (Twin) (~1750-<1815)|
|vi.||Petrus1 (Died as Child) (~1756-<1762)|
|vii.||Jannetje1 (Died as Infant) (~1758-<1760)|
|ix.||Belitje (Twin) (~1762-)|
|x.||Peter (Twin) (~1762-1823)|
These records are from Bible records of the Van Derveer family in the Brooklyn Historical Society:9 Jannetje WYCKOFF.1,4 Born on 1 Jan 1702 in Flatlands, Kings, New York.1 Jannetje died in Flatbush, Kings, New York on 31 Oct 1774; she was 72.1 Buried in Nov 1774 in Flatbush Churchyard, Flatbush, Kings, New York.1 Alias/AKA: Janetje/Jannetie WYCHOFF, Femmetia Jannetje WYCKOFF.
Catrina b March 21, 1723 d Nov 2, 1773 m as 1st wife of Jacob Leffersts May 30, 1741. Several of her children's deaths recorded in the Bible, and she is buried at Flatbush Ch yard.
Jan [Maria's ancestor] b Aug 27, 1726 d Feb 2, 1771 m Sytie dr of Michael and Beltje Suydam, and she was probably m 1st to Dow Suydam but maybe not.
Garret b May 30, 1729 d Aug 31, 1743 age 14.3.1
Cornelius b Dec 5, 1731 d Feb 13, 1804 m Nov 28, 1761 Lea Ver Kirk both are buried at Flatbush.
Peter Van Derveer b Jan 1, 1734 at Flatbush d Oct 22, 1777 in Somerset Co., NJ m Jannetje Schenck (on Nov 16, 1758) the last marriage date from John Henry VanDerveer I have not found corroboration.
These are the only children of Cornelius. It has been difficut for some researchers to trace this family because Cornelius went to Freehold in Monmouth Co. with his brother Tunis and this is where the first 4 children were baptized. When his father died Cornelius inherited the family farm and returned to Flatbush where Peter was born and baptized.
Lester Dunbar Mapes wrote about corrections in the "Early Generations of the Van Derveer family" in NYGBR July 1937.
Jan (Cornelise) of Flh, m. Jan. 6, 1695, Femmetje dau. of Michael Hansen Bergen. Took the oath of allegiance in Flh in 1687, of which town he was supervisor from 1708 to 1714. Jan. 1, 1696, he bought of Daniel Polhemius the one half of a corn-mill with its appurtenances, with the one half of the dwelling-house and of the ground thereto belonging, for 4000 gl., as per p. 221 of Lib. A of Flh rec. Jan. 19, 1698, he bought of D. Polhemius the remaining one half of the corn-mill with the ground thereto belonging, as granted by the town, located on the "Varse Kil" (Fresh Kil), as per p. 233 of said Lib. A. This is clearly the mill in N. L. at present known as Vanderveer's mill. Issue:--Katryna, bp. Mar. 29, 1696, in Brn; Femmetje, m. Jacob Sebring; and Jan of Keuter's Hoek, Flh, b. July 7, 1706, m. Cornelia dau. of Abm Lott. Signed his name "Jan Van Der Veer."On 6 or 91 Jan 1695 Jan Cornelius married Femmetje BERGEN,5,6 in Flatbush, Kings Co., Long Island, New York.5,6
Garret Pietersen Wyckoff, fourth son of Pieter C. and Gretje (Van Ness) Wyckoff, was born about 1667, died 1707. He owned considerable property in Flatlands, and in 1699 was one of the five men who purchased a thousand acres at Marlboro, Monmouth county, New Jersey, where he probably intended to settle, but, unlike his brothers, Peter and John, never made the move. He married, in 1691, Catherine, daughter of Johannes Nevius, the common ancestor of the Nevius family in America.From New York Historical Society, Abstracts of Wills, Vol. I, 1665-1707, 1892, p.444 (corrected):9
LIBER 7.In 1691 Garret Pieterse married Catherine NEVIUS,1,4,7 in Long Island, New York
Page 407.--GARRETT WYCKOFF. In the name of God, Amen, this 9 October, 1704. Be it known that I, Garett Wyckoff, of Flatlands in Kings County, on the Island of Nassau, being at present very sick and weak. I leave to my loving wife Katharine, all estate of houses and lands, during her life, and 12 acres of land within the limitts of Gravesend. But if she remarry, then an inventory is to be made, and my eldest son Peter shall have half of the houses and lands when he is of age, and the other half after my wife's
decease, and he is to pay to the other children, namely, Greetie, Adriane, Amke, Marytie and Janica, £450, I give to my son Peter, a silver tankard, and my plows and harrows and all the tackling belonging to a farm. The testator makes provision for an expected child. I make my loving friends and brothers, Claas Wyckoff, Hendrick Wyckoff, Peter Wyckoff, Garett Stoothoff, and Peter Nevins, my executors. And they are to sell a 12 acre lot of land, lying at Ambrose Island, so called in the town of Gravesend.
Witnesses, Jan Terhunen, Jan Amerman, Henry Filkin. Proved at Flatlands, July 12, 1707, and confirmed by Lord Cornbury.
|iii.||Garret G.8 (1704-1770)|
|iv.||Peter G.5 (-~1731)|
Jan (Cornelise) of Flh, m. Jan. 6, 1695, Femmetje dau. of Michael Hansen Bergen. Took the oath of allegiance in Flh in 1687, of which town he was supervisor from 1708 to 1714. Jan. 1, 1696, he bought of Daniel Polhemius the one half of a corn-mill with its appurtenances, with the one half of the dwelling-house and of the ground thereto belonging, for 4000 gl., as per p. 221 of Lib. A of Flh rec. Jan. 19, 1698, he bought of D. Polhemius the remaining one half of the corn-mill with the ground thereto belonging, as granted by the town, located on the "Varse Kil" (Fresh Kil), as per p. 233 of said Lib. A. This is clearly the mill in N. L. at present known as Vanderveer's mill. Issue:--Katryna, bp. Mar. 29, 1696, in Brn; Femmetje, m. Jacob Sebring; and Jan of Keuter's Hoek, Flh, b. July 7, 1706, m. Cornelia dau. of Abm Lott. Signed his name "Jan Van Der Veer."On 6 or 9 1 Jan 1695 Jan Cornelius married Femmetje BERGEN,5,6 in Flatbush, Kings Co., New York.5,6
LIBER 13.Jacob Hendrickse married Seytje JACOBSE.5
Page 177.--In the name of God, Amen. October 12, 1737. I, JACOB SUYDAM, of Flatbush, in Kings County, being sick. I leave to my wife Syte, and my
son Jacob [Suydam], £25 yearly, and the use of my dwelling-house and lands, and my negro wench and child. I leave to my grand-son Jacob, son of my son Jan Suydam, deceased, £5, before any division. I leave to my children, Hendrick, Johanes, Ryck, Cornelis, Dowe, Eytie, Ariantie, Gertie, Belitie, Janettie, and Sytie, and to the children of my son Jan, deceased, all the rest of my estate, whatever. I make my son Hendrick, and my sons in-law Peter Lefferts and Magheal Vanderveer, executors.
Witnesses, Isaac Lefferts, Jan Vanderbilt, Jeremyas Vanderbilt. Proved, June 22, 1738. Michael Vanderveer was then dead.
|ii.||Jacob Jacobse5 (~1696-)|
|iv.||Johannes Jacobse5 (-1791)|