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Friday, January 28, 2011

De Trouw Passenger List 1659

The ship De Trouw {In the Faith}, Captain Jan Jansen Bestevaer, sailed from Amsterdam on 12 Feb. 1659 and arrived at New Amsterdam about the latter part of May 1659.  Traveling on board were the following:

6 children [no names, from the Almshouse]

Adrian Fournoi {Fournie}, from Valenciennes

Arent, Francken {Franckese}, from Ieveren (Jever), baker

Bastiaen Clement, from Doornick

Boele Roelofsen, joncker. {Boele Roeloffsz Jongerman}, and wife and three children ages 2 and 3 years and nursing child, besides his wife's sister and a boy 14 years old.

Catalyntje Cranenburg, maiden

Dennys Isacksen, from Wyk by Duurstede {Denys Isacksz}

Egbert Meynderts {Meyndertsen}, from Amsterdam, and wife and nursing child and servant

Epke Jacobs (Jacobsen) {Epke Jacobs Banta}, from Harlingen - farmer, and wife and five sons ages 3/4, 2, 3, 4 and 6 years

Evert Cornellisz (Cornellissen), from the vicinity of Amersfoort

Evert Marschal, from Amsterdam - glasier, and wife and daughter 12 years of age

Feytje Dircks (Dircx)

Geertruy(t) Jochems, from Hamburgh - wife of Claus Claussen from Amersfort, now in New Netherland, and two children ages 4 1/2 and 7 years

Gillis Jansen, from Garderen, and wife and four children ages 4 1/4, 5, 6 and 9 years {Gillis Jansen De Mandeville}

Goossen Van Twiller, from Niewkerk

Harmen Coerten, from Voorhuysen, and wife and five children ages 5, 6, 8, 9 and 17 years

Hendrick Harmensen, from Amsterdam

Jacob Hendricks (Hendicxsz}, from the Hoogland {Highland}, and maid servant

Jan Barents Ameshoff, from Amsterdam {Jan Barentsz Amelhofsen}

Jan Dircksen {Dircxsen}, from Alckmaer - and wife and three children ages 3/4, 8 and 15 years

Jan Harmens {Harmenszen}, from Amersfoort - tailor, and wife and four children ages 5, 7, 8, and 9 years

Jan Jacobsen {Jacobs}, from Utrecht - farmer, and wife, mother and two children ages 2 1/2 and 4 years

Jan Laurensen Noorman - and wife {Leurens, Lawrense}

Jan Meynderts {Meyndertszen} from Ieveren (Jever) - farmer, and wife Belitje Plettenberg

Jan Roelofsen van Naerden, farmer {Jan Roeloffz from Naerden}

Jan Van Coppenol, from Remsen (Ronson) - farmer, and wife and two children ages 7 and 8 years

Jan Woutersen, from Ravestein - shoemaker, and wife and daughter, 4 years old

Jannetje Eyckers, from East Friesland

Jannetje {Jannetjen} Theunis van Ysselstein {Iselstein}

Joris Jorissen Townsen from Redfort - mason  {Jorisz Toonson}

Josyntje {Josyntgen} Verhagen, from Middelburg - and daughter age 9 years

Laurens Jacobs van der Wielen

Laurens Janssen from Wormer

Magalantje {Magalentje} Teunis from Voorhuysen

Matthys Roelofs {Roelofszen}, from Denmark, and wife Aeltie Sybrantsen and child 3 yrs of age.

Nettert Jansen, from Emden

Nicholas {Nicolaes}Gillissen Marschal, glazier

Peter Corneliss Low from Holstein - laborer {Pieter Cornelisz Low}

Peter Jacobs, from Holstein, miller, (farm laborer) {Pieter Jacobsz}

Saertgen Hendricks {Hendricx}, from Delft

Sophia Roeloffs

Stoffiel (Stoffel) Gerritsen Van Laer {brother of Adriaen Van Laer}

Symon De Ruine (Drune), from Henegouw, and wife Magdalena Vanderstaat

Tryntgen {Tryntje} De Goeyer, maiden

Vroutje Gerrits {Vroutgen Gerritsen}, wife of Cosyn Gerritsen, wheelwright

Weyntje Martens from Gorkum

Wouter Gerritsen from Kootwyck {Wouter Gerritsz Van Kootuyck}

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