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Immigrants to New Netherland


1662
In the Fox

Sailed from Amsterdam August 31, 1662
Captain Jacob Jansz Huys
Arrived at New Amsterdam November 14, 1662


Adrian Lourensen, from Loenen, carpenter
(Andriaen)

Albert Hendricksen (Hendrickz), from Maersen, house carpenter

Albert Saboriski (Zabriski, Zaborowski), from Prussia
[See Poles in New York 17th and 18th Centuries, by Miecislaus Haiman, ©1938, pg 39-43]
[See Also Source #77, page 435]

Ammereus Claesen, maiden
(Ammerens)
(She appears to have been the sister of Tjerk Claesen De Wit)

Annetje Anthonis - wife of Gerrit Mannaet and her child 5 years of age
(Annetie)

Anthony Dircksen from Brabant

Claes Barents from Dort (Dordrecht)

David Ackerman from the Mayory of Bosch, and wife and six children ages 6, 8, 16, 18 and 20 years
[See Revised History of Harlem, James Riker, (c) 1904, page 237]

David Davidsen from Maestricht

David Kraffort mason, and wife and child 14 years of age

Dirck Storm from the Mayory of Bosch - and wife and three children ages 1 1/4, 4 and 6 years
[See Revised History of Harlem, James Riker, (c) 1904, page 237]

Gerardus Ive from Walslant* (Pays de Vaud)

Hendrick Albertsen, labourer

Hendrick Tymensen from Loosdrecht

Jacomyntje Jacobs, daughter of Jacob Swart
(Jacomijntie)

Jan Albertsen from Steenwyck, and wife and child 2 1/4 years of age

Jan Bossch (Bosch), from Westphalen (Westphalia)
[(Terbosch), See Revised History of Harlem, James Riker, (c) 1904, page 96]

Jan Claesen, labourer

Jan Joosten from the Thillerwaerd, and wife and five children ages 2 1/2, 6, 9, 12 and 15 years
[See Source #77, page 403]

Jean De La Warde from Antwerp
(Jan)

Jean Le Chaire (Le Charre, Le Claire), from Valencin (Valenciennes), carpenter
(Jan)

Joost (Sept) Grand from Walslant* (Pays de Vaud)

Juriaen Jansen from Holstein
(Jeurian)
[See Source #77, page 221]

Leendert D'Wilt from Rumunt (Roermund)
(Leendert Dircksen from Venloo debted in his stead)
(Lendert Dircksen Van Venloo of Rumunt)

Lysbet Hendricksen
(Lysbeth Hendricken)

Pierre de Mar (D'Mare), from Rouen (Roan), shoemaker - and wife

Pierre Martin (Martijn), from Walslant* (Pays de Vaud)

Robbert De La Maire, from Dieppe
(Not the Demarest family of Harlem and Hackensack [see Source #83A])
[(Le Maire), See Revised History of Harlem, James Riker, (c) 1904, page 96]

Roelof Hermansen from Germany - and wife
(Roeloff)
[Source #77, mentioned page 416]

Souverain Ten Houte, baker

Symon Scholts from Prussia
[Source #77, mentioned page 428]

Willem Symonsen from Amsterdam







*Walslant - Walloon Country, now southern Belgium and northern France.

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








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