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The Burning of Schenectady
1690

List of ye people killed and destroyed by ye French of Canada and there Indians at Skinnectady twenty miles to ye westward of Albany between Saturday and Sunday ye 9th day of February 1690.
A French girl, prisoner among ye Mohogs

A Maquase Indian

Joris Aertse

Robt Alexander soldier of Capt Bulls

Daniel Andries soldier of Capt Bull

Mary Viele, wife of Dow Aukes and her 3 children and
    his Negro Woman Francyn

Ands Arentse Bratt and his child

Serjt Church of Capt Bulls Company

David Christoffelse and his wife with 4 chldren

George, soldier of Capt Bull

Ralph Grant a soldier

Sander ye son of Gysbert Gerritse

Robt Hesseling

Frans Harmense

Barent Jansse and his Son

Gerrit Marcellis and his wife and child

Wm Pieterse

Joh Potman and his wife

Jan Roeloffse de goyer

Reynier Schaets and his son

Johannes ye son of Symon Skermerhoorn
    3 Negroes of Symon Skermerhoorn

Antje Janz, daughter of Jan Spoor

Enos Talmidge Leift of Capt Bull

Domine Petrus Tassemaaker ye Minister

Sweer Teunise and his wife
    4 Negroes of ye said Sweer Teunis

Jan Van Eps and his Son and 2 of his children
    a Negro of (dito) Van Eps

Mary Alolff wife of Cornelis Viele Junr

Engel, the wife of Adam Vroman and her child

Hend Meese Vrooman
    2 Negroes of Hend Meese

Bartholomeus Vrooman

Myndert Wemp

PRISONERS

List of Ye persones which ye French and there Indians have taken prisoners at Sckinnechtady and carried to Canada ye 9th day of February, 1690.
Jan Baptist son of Jan Van Epps

Stephen adopted son of Geertje Bouts

David Burt belonging to Capt Bull

Arnout ye son of Arnout Corn; Viele ye Interpr

Symon, Abraham, Phillip, Dirck and Claes Groot;
     all five sons of Symon Groot

Stephen ye son of Gysbert Gerritse

Claes son of Frans Harmense

a negro of Barent Janse

Arnout son of Paulyn Janse

Joseph Marks belonging to Capt Bull

Lawrence son of Claes Lawrence Purmurent

Isaack Cornelise Switts and his Eldest son

Johannes Teller and his negroe

Albert and Johannes Vedder sons of Harme Vedder

Barent ye son of Adam Vromin and ye neger

John Webb a soldier belonging to Capt Bull

John Wemp son of Myndt Wemp and 2 negroes







Documentary History of the State of New York, E. B. O'Callaghan, Vol. I, (c)1849, pg 304-306.







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