New Netherland and Beyond
Immigrants to New Netherland
In the Crossed Heart1 (Broken Heart)
(Het Gekruijste Hart)
Sailed from Amsterdam January 20, 1664
Captain Dirck Jacobsz de Vries
Arrived at New Amsterdam April 17, 1664
Claes Gerritsen from Wesel, son of Gerrit Lubbertsen; came out at the cost of the company.
[Source #77, mentioned page 412]
Govert van Oy's wife - and two children ages 5 and 9 years
(A note says: "The child aged 5 years died at Amsterdam and Govert Van Oy on the island of Texel")
Jan Jansen, from Amsterdam; came out at the cost of the company.
Jan Wouterse, from Norden (Naerden); came out at the cost of the company.
(Jan Wouterse Van Norden [Source #84])
Lysbeth Jansen, from Wien near Goch
(Lysbeth Jansen Van Wie [Source #83])
(a note says: "said women being a poor widow was permitted to go in the ship St. Jacob to the Islands")
Wander (S. Vander, Wandel, Warnert) Wessels - and wife; came out at the cost of the company.
(Wife died on the island of Texel. Lived in New York City; NYGB Record 44:322
1[Het Gekruijste Hart is correctly translated as "The Crossed Heart". See Correspondence of Jeremias Van Rensselaer, (c) 1932, p 27; Documents relating the the Colonial
History of New York, Vol XI, pg 575.]
Source: #77, #83, #83A, #84, #86