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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 Otter

Sailed from Amsterdam April 27, 1660
Captain Cornelis Reyers Van der Beets
Arrived in New Amsterdam August, 1660

Anthony Krypel from Artois, agriculturist - and wife

Bastiaen Glissen (Elissen) from Calemburg (Kulenborg), agriculturist - and wife and five children ages 7, 11, 14, 17 years, and nursing child

Canster Jacob's wife from Husum (Hoesem), and daughter 17 years old

Cornelis Abrahams (Abrahamsz), from Gelderland, agriculturist

David Usilie (Uplie) from Calais, agriculturist - and wife and nursing child.
[Uzilles, See Revised History of Harlem, James Riker, (c) 1904, page 104]

Gerrit Jansz Van Veen from Calemburg (Kulemborg), farmer's boy

Gerrit Aartsen from the country of Buren, agriculturist
(Gerrit Aertsz Van Buren) [Source #84]

Gerrit Cornelissen from the country of Buren, agriculturist
(Gerrit Cornelissen Van Buren) [Source #84]

Jan Adriaensen van Duyvelant's Wife

Johann De Decker, and wife, returned to the Fatherland in July, 1659 by the Faith, now returns to New Netherland.1

Joost Huyberts from Gelderland, agriculturist - and wife and two children ages 3 and 6 years

Matthews Blanchard,
(Mathheus Blanchan(d) from Artois, agriculturist -and wife and three children ages 5, 9 and 12 years

Peter Tonneman, appointed Shout of the city of New Amsterdam2

Philip Cassier from Calais, agriculturist - and wife and four children ages 3, 12, 16 and 23 years

Willem Jacobsen (Jacobsz), from Haerlem, agriculturist

List of Soldiers embarked for New Netherland:
Coenraet Locker from Nurenburgh
[Source #77, mentioned, page 424]

Daniel Lengelgraast (Lengelgraff), from Amsterdam

Ferdinandus Willays from Cortryck

Gysbert Dircksen from Schans te voorn (Vooren? - near Voorne)

Harmen Hellings (Hellingh), from Verda (Reeda)

Jacob Leyseler, from Frankfort
(Leisler, (Loyseler)
[See Source #77, page 422-425]

Jan Claesen from Ontserenter (Out-Seventer)

Jan Vaex (Vaecx), from Nieustad

Jan Vier (Riet) from Bon
[Source #77, mentioned, page 428]

Jan Vresen (Vreesen), from Hamburg, Adelborst (a military rank), - and wife and two children ages 9 and 11 years
[Source #77, mentioned page 433]

Joost Kockeiot, from Wrimigen (Brugge)
(Kockuyt, Kochuit)

Paulus Mettermans from L'Orient

Peter Teunis, from Steenburg (Flensburg)
(Pieter Teunisen)
[Source #77, mentioned page 432]

Reinier Cornelis from Utrecht - to be discharged whenever he request it, to follow his trade.

Teunis Warten from Gorcum
(assigns two months wages per year to his wife, Wybreg Harmansz)

Thomas Vorstuyt (Vorst) from Bremen
[Source #77, mentioned page 433]

1Documents relating to the Colonial History of New York, B. Fernow, (c)1883, vol XIV, pg 443, 462.
2ibid, pg 461-462.

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

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