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

Immigrants to New Netherland

In the Gilded Beaver

(Vergulde Bever)
Sailed from Amsterdam May 17, 1658
Captain Jan Reyersz Van der Beets
Arrived at New Amsterdam July, 1658

Adriaen van Laer from Amsterdam - and servant

Andries vander Sluys' wife - clerk in Fort Orange and child
(Van der Sluys)

Anthony de Mil (de Mis) from Haerlem - and wife and two children, one 4 years and a nursing child

Charel Fonteyn - a Frenchman, and wife

Cornelis Andriessen Hoogland(t) - tailor

Cornelis Barentsen Van de Kuyl (Van der Kuyl)
[see note at ship The Bear]

Cornelis Hendricksen van Ens

Gerrit Gerritsen van Gilthuys (from Gitlthuys), tailor

Jan Barentsen - house carpenter, and workman

Jan Evertsen, from Loockeren (Gloockens)
Fare paid for by Coentraet Ten Eyck, shoemaker

Jan Gerretsen Buytenhuys - baker, and wife and nursing child

Jan Gouwenberch(Gouwenbergh) from Hoorn

Jan Jansen - house carpenter, and wife and five children ages 11, 12, 13, 17 and 21 years; Maria, Magdalena, Ariaen Jansen, Sophia and Christina.
(a note says, "I agree to pay the passage money except for one daughter of my wife, who will pay herself. Jan Jansen."

Jaques Cousseau, and wife Madeleine Du Tulliere
(was an active merchant of La Rochelle and New York city, see Riker's Harlem, pg 111, 425. [Source 83A])

Peter Claessen (Pieter Klaesen) from Holstein - farmer, and wife and two children, one 3/4 years and the other 6 years.
[See Source #77, page 231]

Peter Van Alen (Halen) from Utrecht - and wife, two children ages 1 and 3 years, and boy
(Ancestor of the Van Alen families of Albany and Kinderhook. [Source 83A])

Simon Bouche
Fare paid for by Jaques Cousseau [listed above; Source #83A]

Tryntje Pieters, maiden

Willem van Vredenburch (Van Vreden Bergh)

Source: #77, #83, #84, #83A, #86

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