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Delaware River
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Immigrants to New Netherland

In The Faith

(De Trouw)
Sailed from Amsterdam March 24, 1662
Captain Jan Jansen Bestevaer
Arrived at New Amsterdam June 13, 1662

Adriaen Aartsen (Aertsen), from Thillerwaerd in Gelderland (from Tielderweert, country around Tiel in Gelderland [Source #83A])

Adriaen Gerritsen from Utrecht, agriculturist, and wife and five children ages 7, 8, 11, 12 and 13 years

Adriaen Hendricks from Borculo, agriculturist

Albert Jansen from Steenwyck, tailor

Barent Witten Hooft (Wittenhooft), from Munster, tailor - and wife and two children
[Source #77, mentioned page 435]

Claes Van Campen (Van Compen), from Oldenburg, farmer's boy

Harmen Jansen, from Borculo (Berckeloo), farmer - and wife and 2 children ages 3 and 5 years (Brother of William Janz listed below. Ancestor of the Van Barkelo families.
NYGBR 77:31; 84:70, 196. [Source #83A])

Hendrick Arentse (Arentsen), from Thillerwaerd in Gelderland, labourer

Jacob Wouters from Amsterdam

Jan Gerrits from Emden, labourer (farm laborer from Emderlant, country around Embden)

Lysbet Harmens from the Triaert (De Tiaert), province of Friesland

Precilla Homes and her brother 9 years old and an infant

Reinier Petersen from Steenwyck, agriculturer
(Reynier Pietersen)

Stoffel Smet from Reurle (Keurio), agriculturist

Symon Cornie (Cornier), from France, farmer - and wife
(He was a corporal at the time of the surrender of New Netherland in 1664 [Source #83A])

Thomas Harmensen Brouwer(s) from Sevenbergen, farmer

Willem Jansz from Borculo (Berckeloo), farmer
(First came to New Netherland by 1658 when he married. On this trip he brought his brother, Harmen Jansen, listed above. Ancestors of the Van Barkelo families. NYGBR 77:31; 84:70, 196. [Source #83A])

Source: #77, #83, #83A, #86

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