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New Netherland and Beyond
New Netherland
Delaware River
Colonial New York
New York State

Emigrants to the Colonie on the Delaware

Lancour #197

List of Colonists and other free people who have entered to go to this city's Colonie in New Netherland.
Document dated November 3, 1662.

One lad from Sardam

3 persons from Vreelandt

Antony Willemsen of Vreelandt, being a mason

Arent Arentsen of Oldenburg, farm servant

Cornelis Aertsen, of Sevenhoven, with his boy and nephew

Gerrit de Groot, of Ryntsterwoude, and boy

Gerrit Sandersen of Tuyl [Tiel], with 10 persons

Jacob Pietersen van Brugge, in Angeliers Straat, farm servant

Jan Liendertsen, in the Bent

Jan Roemer, of Hazerswoude, with his wife and daughter

Joost, the mason of Amsterdam

Joost Noorda, wife and 2 servants

Joris Florissen (Herisse), of Leyderdorp, with his boy and 2 servants

Lourens Cornelissen van der Wel

Lourens de Geus of Amsterdam

Pieter Andriaensen, of Sevenhoven

[Note: Several persons are recorded arriving on the Permerland Church, 1661.]

Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York,
E. B. O'Callaghan, Albany Weed Parsons and Co., 1858, Holland Documents II, p. 183.

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