2 edition of Cornelius Barentse Slecht and some of his descendants found in the catalog.
Cornelius Barentse Slecht and some of his descendants
Lawrence T. Slaght
in [Somerset? N.J
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 97-100.
|Statement||Compiled by Lawrence T. Slaght.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S6328 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||74173200|
Person:Cornelius Slecht (1) Views. Person; Talk; Charleston, West Virginia (AUTH Roscoe K eeneyREPOCALNMEDI Book TITL "Van Zaer's Minutes of Court of Port Orange and Be verwyck""Van Zaer's Minutes of Court of Port Orange and Beverwyck". Vol. 1, p 2 62_. I can’t wait to go visit his tomb and give him a big H.U.G. Other books and lots of historical research included: Invading Paradise, Esopus Settlers at War with Natives, , – Andrew Brink. Cornelius Barentse Slecht and some of his descendants: a genealogical introduction to one of the oldest families in America.
Hugh Scott, An Immigrant of and His Descendants: Scott, J: Scott, John Manor: p. SCOTT: John Scott of Longhamroe and Some of his American Descendants: Hollingsworth, H: Need to confirm: 13 p. SCOTT: Descendants of Peter Elmslie and Jean Harper and Descendants of John Ramsey and Martha Mills and Their Daughter, Mary. Annetje Slecht batized in Holland, wife of Cornelius Hoogeboom Hendrick Cornelius Slecht took oath of allegiance on Mattys Slecht married Marie Crespel Petronella Slecht married Jochem Schoonmacher Notes: Cornelius Barentse Slecht settled in Kingston, NY. He was appointed to the Board of Schepens by Gov. Peter Stuyvesant.
This seems to indicate he had died by that time. His name is also missing from a census of Dutchess County. He had certainly died prior to August 2, , when his heirs executed a quit claim. Jacomyntje SLECHT was baptised on J in Woerdon, Holland. She was the daughter of Cornelius Barentsen Slecht and Tryntje Tyssen Bos(ch). The first to come to America about was Cornelius Barentse Sleght, son of Barent Corneliszoon and Jacquemune Sleght. Cornelius was born in the old family locale of Woerden, Holland c. and died at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York on 16 Sep Source: Rev. Lawrence Slaght, “Cornelius Barentse Slecht and Some of His Descendants”.
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Cornelius Barentse Slecht and some of his descendants;: A genealogical introduction to one of the oldest families in America. Paperback – January 1, by Lawrence T Slaght (Author) See all formats and editions.
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[Lawrence Townsend Slaght] -- Cornelius Barentse Slecht and his family immigrated from Holland to Kingston, New York about Ulster Co NY Probate Book VI Part A, p.
Cornelis Barentsen Sleght widow of the deceased, Trynntie Tysen Bos, bridegroom and Elsie Jans, widow of Hendrick Jochemsen, bride, on Sep.
26,agree to the following marriage contract: (usual beginning then) the bridegroom donates to the bride as a dowry scr. wheat. Signed by Cornelis Barentse Slecht, and Elsie Jans (her mark); witnessed. WDC GenWeb - Descendants of Cornelius Slecht (Sleight, Slack) * Cornelius Bartenszoon Slecht b.
Woerdon Holland, d. Elsje Barentse Lieveling Aug 8 Kingston NY * Cornelius Hendrickse Slecht b. abt Brooklyn NY, d. abt Maidenhead NJ Purchased the farm of William Wellin at Maidenhead. Elected constable in 1st Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster Co, New York Colony, USA.
Cornelis Barentse SLECHT and Some of His Descendants compiled by Lawrence T. Slaght. () The SNEDEKER Family (and other spellings) by Harold Ray Snedeker () The Book of SNEDEKERS by Walter C.
Snedeker, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Venture Press. Slecht - Cornelius Barentse Slecht and Some of His Descendants, Lawrence T. Slaght Sluiter - Descendants of Claes Claessen Sluiter and Cornelia Willems van Schuyven; Generations 1 through 6, Charles A.
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Full text of "Henry Pawling and some of his descendants" Jacomyntie Kunst, daughter of Cornelius Barrentsen Kunst and Jacomyntie Slecht (or Sleight).
Cornelius Barrentsen Kunst was no doubt the son of Jacomyntie Cornelius and Jan Barrentsen Kimst found in the Kingston register. " Jane G To " " boy " Tom To " " " " Tim Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. The item Descendants of Cornelius Barentse Van Wyck and Anna Polhemus, by Anne Van Wyck represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Dorothy has an immense amount of family history on the Slecht (Slack) family and their relatives. David O'Connor (e-mail at [email protected]@) 55 th Rd N Arlington, VA ; phone:fax: provided information from "Cornelius Barentse Slecht and Some of his Descendants" by Rev.
Lawrence Slaght. Immigrant - Ship: Purmerland Arrived: 29 Mar New Amsterdam - 17 Nov - Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands = Link to Google Earth. Descendants of Cornelius Barentse Van Wyck and Anna Polhemus [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Cornelius Barentse Slecht and Some of His descendants by Lawrence T. Slaght FHL US/CAN SL pg 6, Slack Relatives by Roscoe C.
Keeney, Jr., McClainPrinting Company, Davis "History of Bucks County" Cornelius Elting ca Married about 3 SeptemberKingston, Ulster Co., NY, toRebecca Van Metre ca with: Sarah Elting Eleanor Elting Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Cornelius Barentse Sleght (–5 Nov ), Find a Grave Memorial no.
; Maintained by Jerry Betts (contributor ) Unknown. Cornelis Barentse Slecht (~~/7) married Tryntje Matthesen Tyssen Boss. Artifacts. Matthys Cornelisz Slecht Alternate spellings of Slecht include Sleght, Slegt, Sleight, and the anglicized Slack, Black CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH NOTES ON SOME OF THE PATERNAL ANCESTORS, DESCENDANTS.
A ruling on the estate of Barent Slecht and his wife is not found, possibly because a small part of the Woerden probate archives is missing.
Child of BARENT SLECHT and JAQUEMINE is: 6. CORNELIUS BARENTSEN 6 SLECHT, b. Woerden, near Leyden, Holland; d. Petronella (Barent Cornelissen) Slecht. Petonella Slecht was born in Woerden, the Dutch Republic. She immigrated to Dutch America with her family insettling at Esopus (now Kingston NY).
On 8/31/, Petronella married Joachem Hendrixse Schoonmaker b. Wiltwyck, New Amsterdam. Joachem and Petronella settled in Ulster Co NY.
Descendants of Cornelius Barentse Slecht, who settled in the area of Kingston, NY in the s, used the Slack spelling and appear to have settled in Pennsylvania and Kentucky. Different branches of the family that descended from Benajah of Amsterdam have the similar oral tradition that the name was once Van Slack or Van Slyke.SOUR Ibid.
TITL "Oath of Allegiance in Kings County" p. _FA9 DATE PLAC called Hendric k Slaght, Kings County Land Conveyance - 1st use of spelling "Slaght" in Kings County, New York SOUR "Cornelius Barentse Slecht and Some of His Descendants" by Rev.
Lawrence T, Slalght, p7TITL Slack, Carol D. and James R., 17 Jefferson Avenue, Danbury, Connecticut ()_FA10. Marrigje Barendsdochter Slecht apparently inherited a house in the Achterstraat on the corner of the Braatstraat from her father, which was conveyed to her husband in (RW 50 f.
42v. Aug. 17, ). A ruling on the estate of Barent Slecht and his wife is not found, possibly because a small part of the Woerden probate archives is missing.