Mary Dirckse1

F
     Her married name was Van Arsdalen.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Child of Mary Dirckse

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.

Arthur Sydney Van Dyke1

M
Relationships
1st cousin of Evelyn Van Dyke
1st cousin of Robert Edward Van Dyke
1st cousin of John William Van Dyke
1st cousin of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Arthur Sydney Van Dyke, son of Willet Raynor Van Dyke and Rhoda Mae Ford, was born.

     Arthur was in these photographs which was taken circa 1955, at Oyster Bay High School, Oyster Bay, Nassau, New York.2

     Arthur, married June "Surname Unknown" after 1960.3
Last Edited=20 Sep 2014

Family: Arthur Sydney Van Dyke and June "Surname Unknown"

Citations

  1. [S192] Nassau County Surrogate Court , Affidavit, Voluntary Administration Estate.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, U.S. School Yearbooks, 1880-2012 about Arthur van Dyke Name: Arthur van Dyke Estimated Birth Year: abt 1939 School: Oyster Bay High School School Location: Oyster Bay, New York, USA Year: 1955 Yearbook Title: Oysterette.
  3. [S192] Nassau County Surrogate Court , From a statement of "Voluntary Administration Estate of Willet R. Van Dyke.

Peter Pieterse Wyckoff1,2,3

M, b. circa 1670, d. February 1708
Relationships
7th great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
7th great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Peter Pieterse Wyckoff, son of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, was born circa 1670 at Flatlands, New York.3

     Peter Pieterse Wyckoff died in February 1708, at Gravesend, Kings, New York.4
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Page 397, this reference reflects a different person.
  2. [S189] Fifteenth Pastor Rev. Frank R. Symmes, History of the Old Tennent Church, Page 421, establishs sequence of birth.
  3. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-4MX : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Peter Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  4. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-W1C : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Martin Pietersen /WYCKOFF/.

Pieter Claesen Wyckoff1,2

M, b. 6 January 1625, d. 30 June 1694
Relationships
8th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ¦Additional AFN: 33TL-3Q 5 Sep 2004 AJAJ Endowment:: Another date: 2 1 Jan 1954 IIGI AJAJ

BIRTHPLACE: Friesland in the extreme northeastern part of the Netherlands. It is separated from East Friesland by the river Ems. East Friesland is in the province of Hanover, Germany. Norden was in Germany when Pieter and Jans were there. In the Washington Ancestry Vol.III p. 102 Mr Laer also states that Norden, in East Friesland, like the neighboring city of Emden, was a refuge for many Protestants from the northern provinces of the Netherlands during the war with Spain and several colonists for New Netherland came from Norden. Pages 120-125 Ibid is a good explanation of the additional name Wyckoff that Pieter took after the English rule began in New York. 20 Jan 2005 DRJ

Pieter Claesen came form the village of Norden. The Wyckoff families on old Canarsie Lane by Mae Lubiz - The Wyckoff House & Asso. c1998, p.7 26 Mar 2004 AJAJ

Arrived in New Amsterdam 1637 From Wyckoff Association 11 Mar 2004 AJAJ Buried in 1694 under the pulpit of his Dutch church.Fom the Book Dutch Colonial Homes in America.Rizzoli Internation Publications c2002. 24 Mar 2004 AJAJ

Several Birth Place variations in the IIGI: . The placename that fits the van Schouwen for Pieters Father Cleas is Schouwen, Zeeland, Netherlands. Schouwen is an Island on the coast of Netherlands known as: Schouwen Island, Ooster-Schelde River, Netherlands. I have not found an explanation why Pieter is from Norden and the other children of Claes are from Schouwen. Washingtons Ancestry Vol. III page 105. These places need further research 21 Dec 2004 DRJ

Variation in Birth date is 26 Jan 1625. in New Amersfoort. Long Island, New York. It is unlikely that the Dutch were in New Amersterdam this early. Need to research this point. 10 Mar 2004 DRJ Death Place: New Amersfoort, Long Island, New York is now Flatlands, Kings,New York 26 Oct 2003 AJAJ

!NAME: He is also known as (alias Wyckoff) on page 13 on the chart in the Washington Ancestry..Vol. III.

Also known as Pieter Claesen Van Norden 10 Oct 2003 AJAJ

!MARRIAGE: In the Washington Ancestry... Vol III his wife is listed as Grietje Cornelise van Nes.

!CHILDREN: On the chart on page 13 of The Washington Ancestry... Vol III, his children by Grietje Cornelise van Nes are: Martin P. Wyckoff who married Hannah Willemse on May 27, 1683; Mayken Wyckoff who married Willem Willemse; and Geertje Wyckoff, Removed to New Jersey, and who married Stoffel Jansz Romeyn, Removed to New Jersey.

OURCES: The Washington Ancestry and Records of Mc Clain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families Vol III.

Following Information taken from Ancestry.com 10 Oct 2003 AJAJ Death Place: New Amersfoort (now Flatlands, Long Islalnd, New York.

Immigration: 1637 On the "Rensselaerwick" to New Amsterdam Occupation: Magistrate of New Amersfoort Event: Fact -1 1653 Bought a farm at New Amersfoort (now Flatlands, Long Island) Event: Fact -3 Designared Wijkhof referring to his work in the town or parish church Event: Fact -2 A Patentee of New Amersfoort Marriage 1 Grietje Van Ness Married: 1646

Notes for Pieter Claesen Wyckoff:?Pieter Claasen Wijckoff, who was in this country 51 years, took the Oath of Allegiance in 1687 in the Kings County Province of New York on September 26-30th 1687. From Vol. i., page 659, Documentary History of New York. Flatland is listed as "Fflackland". ?Flatlands (now 32nd Ward of Borough of Brooklyn, City of New York) was then called New Amersfoort. ??PER WYCKOFF HOUSE AND ASSOCIATION INC. including a transcription of the first pages of "The Wyckoff Family in America" 3rd Edition. ??Pieter Claesen Wyckoff came to Fort Orange, Province of New Netherland April 7, 1637, on the ship Rensselaerswick. In the log of that ship is the following: ??"This ship sailed from Amsterdam, Holland 25 Sept, 1636, anchored off the seaport, The Texel, 8 Oct. 1636, reached New Amsterdam, New Netherland, 4 March 1637, and Tuesday 7 April 1637, about three o'clock in the morning we came to anchor before Foort Aeranien, the end of our journey upward." ??The Rensselaerswick was outfitted by Killian Van Rensselaer, a diamond merchant of Amsterdam, who had a speculative contract with the West India Company for the grant of a large body of land near the headquarters of the Hudson River, under which he was required to transport men and animals to the new country. There is no complete list of the passengers on this ship, but among those named are Pieter Cornelissen from Monnickendam, North Holland; Pieter Claesen Van Norden, and Simon Walischez. These three did not remain in New Amsterdam, but went on to Fort Orange. Here Pieter Cornelissen became prominent in the affairs of the colony. He may have been an uncle of Pieter Claesen, although the two are not mentioned together in the records of the Van Rensselaer estate. ?These records show that Pieter Claesen was one of the thirty-eight laborers sent on the Rensselaerswick to be assigned to various farmers on the Rensselaer estate, and that under the date 3 April 1637, he was assigned to Simon Walischez. According to a scorched fragment of the records of the estate, saved from a fire in the State Library at Albany in 1911, he was to receive 50 guilders per year for the first three years and 75 guilders for the last three years. About the time when the contract matured, Simon Walischez' lease was canceled on the ground that he was an unsatisfactory tenant and the final settlement was made by the Van Rensselaer Estate. (See Hoppin, Washington Ancestry and Forty Other Families, Vol III, page 103.) According to the report, Pieter Claesen was 18 years old when he made his settlement with the Van Rensselaer estate. Soon after this he rented a farm for himself and married Grietje Van Ness (1645), daughter of the Honorable Cornelis Hendricksen Van Ness, who brought his family from Holland in 1641. Their first years were spent in Rensselaerswick, near present day Albany, New York. In 1649 they moved to New Amsterdam, now New York City. Here he remained until 1655 when he signed a contract "to superintend the Bouwerie (farm) and cattle of Peter Stuyvesant in New Amersfoort", the Flatlands section of Brooklyn, and moved into the house on Carnarsie Lane, now known as the Wyckoff Homestead. ??Point of Interest: Succeeding generations of the family lived in the house until 1902. Following the sale of the house, several owners occupied and/or used the house and property and much of the land was sold. These owners made few structural changes to the house. The Association attempted for many years to reacquire the property without success until 1961 when final negotiations were completed and the house became the property of the Wyckoff Association. the City of New York had condemned a great deal of the property including much of the land under the house. It was necessary to negotiate with the city and finally give the house and the remaining property to the city with the stipulation that the city would restore the house as an early Dutch farmhouse and lease it back to the Association in perpetuity. Work began on the restoration in 1981 and on October 1, 1982, the final agreement was signed with the city and it was dedicated as a living museum. The Wyckoff House was declared a National Landmark in 1966 by the U.S. Parks Service. It is the #1 Landmark both in New York City and New York State. ??Pieter Claesen prospered and became one of the most influential citizens of the little frontier settlement. He had bought land in that section in1652 and continued to buy land from time to time, but he never owned the house in which he lived. He became a local judge, something like our own justice of the peace, and was influential in establishing the Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church at the juncture of Flatbush Avenue and King's Highway. His remains are said to have been buried in land now covered by the altar of this church. The Wyckoff Association in America, on May 22, 1938, planted a tree in the churchyard of this edifice in memory of Pieter Claesen and his descendants. On 26 May 1940, the same Association unveiled a bronze tablet inside the church, suitably inscribed in honor of Pieter Claesen. ??When the British took over the Dutch colony, they had difficulty with the Dutch names and demanded that the Dutch families take surnames by which they could be identified. It was then that the name Wyckoff first came into use. In a roll of those who took the oath of allegiance in King's County in 1687, the names Pieter Claesen and his six sons appear with the surname Wyckoff. The origin of the name is as follows: Pieter Claesen had been a local judge and the name came from this fact, the "Wyk" meaning a parish and "hof" meaning a court. A member of the Wyckoff family, wandering through a Dutch town during WWII, was surprised to see the name Wyckoff on a place of business, which suggests that the name may have been taken because of some old world association. Dr. Max Wickhoff of Vienna, Austria, in a letter dated 20 December 1929, writes that his family came from Friesland in the seventeenth century and that he believes that the Austrian Wickhoffs and the American Wyckoffs derive from the same Friesian gentry, living in the Austrian Netherlands, which than comprised a large part of Holland, Belgium, and East Friesland. He also refers to the house in the province of Drente which is called Hof in Der Wijk, or Wijkof. "hof" would here mean house or farmstead and "Wijk" would designate the locality. (See Hoppin, Washington Ancestry and Forty Other Families, Vol III, page 122). There can be no certainty as to which explanation is correct. There are many spellings of the name, but the original spelling is Wijckoff, and the nearest approach to that is Wyckoff. The others are corruptions that have arisen from carelessness or illegible writing. ??Pieter Claesen and his wife Grietje Van Ness had eleven children, six boys, and five girls, all of whom married and had families. The Wyckoff family had a high standing in the Dutch colony, as is shown by the families into which they married. All were families of importance. ??Grietje Van Ness, the mother of this great family, should also have consideration. She contributed much to the family she helped to found. Even among the Dutch of that time there were distinctions of stations, and she ranked high. Many of the plain people carried no family name. With them there was the coupling of the name of father and child, like Pieter Claesen, meaning Pieter, son of Claes. Others of apparently higher social or property advantages carried a family name from one generation to another. Grietje Van Ness was of this latter class. She was the daughter of Cornelis Hendrick Van Ness and Maycke Hendrick Adriense van der Burchgraeff. Cornelius was the son of Hendrick Gerritse Van Ness of Ameland, Holland. Maycke was the daughter of Hendrick Adreinse van der Burchgraeff and Annetje Janse of Laeckervelt, Holland. These surnames indicate that these families were of high rank and some wealth. The will of Annetje Jans, widow of Hendrick Adriens, dwelling at Laeckervelt, divides her estate between her son and her daughter Maycke, and provides that Maycke shall have the use of this estate during her lifetime, and that it shall then be divided among the six children of said Maycke, whom she names as follows: ??Gerrite Cornelius, wife of Roeloff Cornelissen ?Hendricke Cornelis, wife of Jan Jansen van Oothout ?HendrickGerrit ?Jan ?Grietje Cornelius, wife of Pieter Claesen of Amersfoort, Long Island. ??Mayke died before her husband, but he carried out her wishes. Thus, Grietje Van Ness, when she married Pieter Claesen, brought to him wealth as well as rank. ??Cornelius Van Ness, son of Hendrick Van Ness, doubtless was a native of the village of Nes on the Island of Ameland in the province of Friesland, North Holland. He later lived in Venin, Near Utrecht in South Holland, which was the home of Killian Van Rensselaer, patron of the colony of Rensselaerswick on the upper Hudson River. To this colony came Cornelius Van Ness and his wife Maycke Hendricke van der Burchgraeff in August 1641. He was a man of education and ability and was influential in the affairs of the colony. He owned a farm near Greenbush, but he was no farmer. His main income was derived from his brewery and from his mercantile and political activities. He and his son-in-law Pieter Claesen (Wyckoff) engaged in a prolonged controversy with van Slichtenhorst, the autocratic director of the colony, which ended only when Pieter Claesen left the colony in June 1649 and van Slichtenhorst was arrested, on 18 April 1652, by order of Pieter Stuyvesant, Director General of the colony. Considering the prominence of Cornelius Van Ness, one can but wonder what old world connection between the two families there may have been which led to the marriage of Grietje Van Ness and Pieter Claesen, who so recently had been a laborer on the farm of Simon Walischez. Her superior education and rank must have been of immense importance to her young husband when he took up his new duties in Amersfoort. ??Grietje outlived her husband, who died in 1694. She died between 1699 and1703, and was buried beside her husband in Flatlands, Long Island.

!Pieter came to Fort Orange, Province of New Netherland April 7, 1637 on the ship Rensselaerswick which was outfitted by diamond merchant Killian Van Rensselaer who had a speculative contract with the West India Company for the grant of a large body of land near the headwaters of the Hudson River.

! He was one of the 38 laborers assigned to Simon Walischez, and was to receive 50 guilders per year for the first 3 years and 75 guilders for the last 3 years. About the time when the contract matured, Simon's lease was cancelled on the ground that he was an unsatisifactory tenant.

!Pieter was 18 years old when he made his settlement with the Van Rensselaer estate. Soon after he rented a farm and married Grietje Van Ness. Their two eldest children were born here, but the church which kept the records of the marriage and births was destroyed by fire.

!He went to New Amsterdam in 1649 and remained there until 1655 when he signed a contract to superintend the Bowery and cattle of Peter Stuyvesant in New Amersfoort and moved into the house on Canarsie Lane in Flatlands.

!Information in Immigrant Ancestors edited by Frederick Adams Virkus shows Pieter's birth date as1615

Additional information from the www.conovergenealogy.com page 215 Pieter Claesen Wyckoff (M)?b. 6-Jan-1624/25, d. 30-Jun-1694, #721???d. 30-Jun-1694|p244.htm#i721|Claes Cornelissen Van Schouwen|b. 3-Apr-1597d. c 1674|p221.htm#i740|Margaret Van Der Goes|b. 1601d. 2-Aug-1631|p215.htm#i741.3
     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff was born on 6 January 1625 at Norden, East Friesland, Netherlands.4,3 He emigrated in 1636 from Netherlands He had settled in Flatlands.5,1

     Pieter, at age 21, married Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, daughter of Hendrick Van Ness, on 3 March 1646 at Bethlehem, New York.6,7

     Pieter had cultivated the bouwery of Director Petrus Stuyvesant in Flatlands in 1655 at Flatlands, New York. He previously, in 1653, bought of Wolfert Gerritse Van Couwenhoven, 29 morgens in said town, and in 1656 another tract of said Wolfert. (He) was a Magistrate of Flatlands in 1655, 62, and 63, n patents of 1667 and '86 and a Member of Flatlands Dutch church in 1677.5

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grandfather, witnessed the baptism of Peter Wyckoff on 11 September 1679 at Flatbush, New York.8

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grandfather, witnessed the baptism of Grietje Romeyn on 29 August 1680 at Flatbush, New York.9

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grandfather, witnessed the baptism of Pieter Willemsen on 16 April 1682 at Flatbush, Kings, New York.10,11

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grandfather, witnessed the baptism of Cornelis Wyckoff on 5 August 1683 at Flatbush, New York.12

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grand father, witnessed the baptism of Simon Wyckoff on 23 November 1683 at Flatbush, New York.13

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grand father, witnessed the baptism of ??rietje Wyckoff on 30 March 1684 at Flatbush, New York.14

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff died at age 69, on 30 June 1694.15

     Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, grandfather, witnessed the baptism of Marie Wyckoff on 11 December 1861 at Flatbush, New York.16

Last Edited=15 Mar 2017

Children of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff and Grietje Cornelise Van Ness

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.
  2. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.






  3. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-1NJ : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Pieter Claesen Van Norden /WYCKOFF/.
  4. [S189] Fifteenth Pastor Rev. Frank R. Symmes, History of the Old Tennent Church, Page 421, reference has 1627 as year of birth; There seems to be another place of said birth (Kalmar län, Sweden).
  5. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Page 397.
  6. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182, this reference indicated marriage aftr 1649.
  7. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.


  8. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Peter Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Marriage Records Flatbush New York 1748 P370.
  9. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Grietje Romeyn U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 374.
  10. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Pieter Willemsen U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 383.
  11. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter VII. Mayken Wyckoff ; Page 257.
  12. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Cornelis Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 388.
  13. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Simon Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 390.
  14. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, ??rietje Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 391.
  15. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.




  16. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Marie Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 381.
  17. [S189] Fifteenth Pastor Rev. Frank R. Symmes, History of the Old Tennent Church, Page 421, establishs sequence of birth.
  18. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-WBG : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Claes or Nicholas Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  19. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org,

    "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-M4Y : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Margrietje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  20. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MHF : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Annetje Pieterse /WYCKOFF/.
  21. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MZ9 : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Cornelius Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  22. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-1HG : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Hendrick Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  23. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-7NF : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Grietje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  24. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MC7 : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Williamptje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  25. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-W1C : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Martin Pietersen /WYCKOFF/.
  26. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MZB : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Jan Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  27. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-4MX : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Peter Pieterse /Wyckoff/.

Grietje Cornelise Van Ness1,2

F, b. circa 1627, d. circa 1699
Relationships
8th great-grandmother of Evelyn Van Dyke
8th great-grandmother of Robert Edward Van Dyke
8th great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness ¦NAME Spelling Variation: Grietie van Nes. Morton Wagman: The Rise of Pieter Claessen Wyckoff: social mobility on the colonial frontier p. 9 24 Mar 2004 AJAJ NAME Spelling Variation: Gerritie Cornelis Van Nes IGI 5 Sep 2004 AJAJ NAME Spelling Variation: Gtietje VanNess Internet Website 13 Oct 2004 AJAJ

Birth/Date Variation : 1624 Birth Date/Place: also 1627, 10 Mar 2004 AJAJ Residences: Vianen, Fort Orange, New Netherlands, New Amsterdam in 1649 Kings,New York Disk#28, Pin # 397288 10 Mar 2004 DRJ

Death/Date Variation: 30 Jun 1694 IIGI 17 Oct 2004 AJAJ

Death Place: Flatlands, Aermsfoot, Long Island, New York SHOULD BE, Flatlands, Kings New York Flatlands was originally New Amersfoorts. 15 Oct 2003 AJAJ

Also known as Margrietje Van Nes 21 Oct 2003 AJAJ

Religious affiliation: Place Beverwyck DRC [Dutch Reformed Church] same Disk & Pin# as above.

10 Mar 2004 DRJ

!MARRIAGE: On the chart on page 13 of the Washington Ancestry... Vol III she is listed as having been married to Pieter Claesen van Norden alias Wyckoff.

According to the book, The Rise of Pieter Claessen Wyckoff: social mobility on the colonial frontier p. 9 By Morton Wagman Grietie Van Ness married Pieter Wyckoff while Pieter still resided in Rennselaerswyck. Albany, New York making a previous marriage of Grietie unlikely. Therefore a marriage to Roeloff Van Houten in 1643 unlikely. 24 Mar 2004 AJAJ

!CHILDREN: On the chart on page 13 of the Washington Ancestry... Vol III, her children are listed as: Martin P. Wyckoff who married Hannah Willemse May 27, 1683; Mayken Wyckoff who married Willem Willemse; and Geertje Wyckoff, Removed to New Jersey, who married Stoffel Jansz Romeyn, Removed to New Jersey.

!SOURCES: The chart on page 13 of The Washington Ancestry and Records of Mc Clain, Johnson and Forty Other Colonial American Families Vol III.

Notes for Grietje Cornelis Van Ness:?Grietje's family came to the U.S. in 1641 from Holland. Grietje Van Ness was of a higher social class. She was the daughter of Cornelis Hendrick Van Ness and Maycke Hendrick Adriense van Der Burchgraeff. Cornelius was the son of Hendrick Gerritse Van Ness of Ameland, Holland. Maycke was the daughter of Hendrick Adreinse van Der Burchgraeff and Annetje Janse of Laeckervelt, Holland. These surnames indicate that these families were of high rank and some wealth. The will of Annetje Jans, widow of Hendrick Adriens, dwelling at Laeckervelt, divides her estate between her son and her daughter Maycke, and provides that Maycke shall have the use of this estate during her lifetime, and that it shall then be divided among the six children of said Maycke, whom she names as follows: ??Gerrite Cornelius, wife of Roeloff Cornelissen ?Hendricke Cornelis, wife of Jan Jansen van Oothout ?Hendrick ?Gerrit ?Jan ?Grietje Cornelius, wife of Pieter Claesen of Amersfooort, Long Island. ??Thus, Grietje Van Ness, when she married Pieter Claesen, brought to him wealth as well as rank. ???Children of Pieter Wyckoff and Grietje Van Ness are: 2 i. Claes Pieterse (Nicholas)2 Wyckoff, born Abt. 1646 in Beverwyck (Albany) NY *; died February 24, 1713/14 in Flatlands, NY [Kings Co.].

3 ii. Margrietje Wyckoff, born Abt. 1648 in Beverwyck (Albany), NY; died WFT Est. 1649-1742. She married Matthias Adamse Brouwer.

4 iii. Annetje Wyckoff, born November 27, 1650 in New Amsterdam (other name for New York City); died November 09, 1688 in Flatlands, NY [Kings Co.].

5 iv. Mayken Wyckoff, born October 19, 1653 in New Amsterdam, NY; died Bef. 1721 in Gravesend, (Brooklyn), NY [Kings Co.].

6 v. Cornelius Pieterse Wyckoff, born 1656 in Flatlands, NY [Kings Co.] (Section of Brooklyn); died Bet. 1726 - 1746 in Middlebush, New Jersey.

7 vi. Hendrick Wyckoff, born 1658 in New Amsterdam, NY; died December 29, 1744 in Flatlands, L.I., NY. He married Helena.

Notes for Hendrick Wyckoff: Hendrick Pieterse Wijckoff, native of this country, (born here), is listed as taking the Oath of Allegiance in Kings County in the Province of New York on the 26th-30th of September 1687. His place of residence is listed as Fflackland (Flatlands). Hendrick, third son of Pieter Claesen, married Helena ? and had no children. He died in 1744, aged 90, leaving his farm on Long Island to his nephew John, son of Mayken Willemse. His nephew John, Mayken's son, changed his name to Wyckoff as a provision of Hendrick Wyckoff's will. Bibliographic Information: Abstracts of Wills Vol V 1754-1760, The New York Historical Society, 1896. Page 312.--In the name of God, Amen. July 25, 1741. I, HENDRICK WYCKOFF, of Flatlands, in Kings County, yeoman, being infirm of body. After payment of all debts, I leave to my wife Helena the use of all my houses, lands, and movable estate without the interference of any person during her widowhood and no longer. After her death I leave to my loving kinsman, Johanes Williamse Wyckoff, son of Peter Williamse, all and singular my real and personal estate in Flatlands, and all my wood lands and cleared lands in Gravesend, and all personal estate except one negro girl, which I give to my wife Helena. I leave to my loving cousin (nephew), Peter Wyckoff, son of my eldest brother, Claas Peterse Wyckoff, £5. I make my wife executor. Witnesses, Hermanus Hoogland, Daniel Rapalye, Christopher Codwise. Proved, December 10, 1744.

8 vii. Willemptje Wyckoff, born in Beverwyck (Albany) NY; died WFT Est. 1649-1751. She married Adrian Kinne.

9 viii. Geertje Wyckoff, born 1660 in New Amsterdam, NY; died 1711. She married Christoffel Jans Romeyn.

10 ix. Gerrit Wyckoff, born 1662 in Flatlands, L.I., NY; died WFT Est. 1663-1752. He married Catharine Johannes Nevius.

Notes for Gerrit Wyckoff: Gerrit Pieterse Wijckoff, native of this country (born here), is listed on the roll of those who took the Oath of Allegiance in Kings County in the Province of New York on the 26, 27, 28 29, 30th of September in 1687. From Vol. i., page 659, Documentary History of New York. His place of residence is listed as Fflackland. (Flatlands) Garret had 2 sons and 5 daughters. One son farmed on Long Island, and one moved to Monmouth Co., New Jersey, where his descendants, many of them, live. Rev. John H. Wyckoff, late missionary to India, deceased, is one of his descendants.

11 x. Marten Wyckoff, born 1663 in Flatlands, NY (section of Brooklyn) [Kings Co.]; died WFT Est. 1664-175310 . He married Hannah Williams; born in Flatlands, NY.

Notes for Marten Wyckoff: Marten had no sons.

12 xi. Jan Wyckoff11 , born February 16, 1664/65 in Flatlands, NY (section of Brooklyn) [Kings Co.]11 ; died WFT Est. 1666-1755 in Monmouth Co., New Jersey12 . He married Neeltje Couwenhoven.

Notes for Jan Wyckoff: Jan Pieterse Wijckoff, native of this country (born here), is listed as having taken the Oath of Allegiance in Kings County, in the Province of New York on September 26-30th, 1687. He is listed as living in Fflackland (Flatlands).

!Daughter of Cornelius Hendrickse Van Ness and Maycke Hendrieux van der Burchgraeff

!Buried beside her husband

!Her father was Indian Commander at Fort Orange 1665-66.3
     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, daughter of Hendrick Van Ness, was born circa 1627 at Vianen, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.4

     Grietje, married Pieter Claesen Wyckoff at age 21 on 3 March 1646 at Bethlehem, New York.5,6 As of 3 March 1646, her married name was Wyckoff.1,3

     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, grandmother, witnessed the baptism of Peter Wyckoff on 11 September 1679 at Flatbush, New York.7

     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, grandmother, witnessed the baptism of Grietje Romeyn on 29 August 1680 at Flatbush, New York.8

     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, grandmother, witnessed the baptism of Cornelis Wyckoff on 5 August 1683 at Flatbush, New York.9

     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness, grandmother, witnessed the baptism of ??rietje Wyckoff on 30 March 1684 at Flatbush, New York.10

     Grietje Cornelise Van Ness died circa 1699, at Flatlands, Kings, New York. At the time "Flatlands was known as "Amersfoort."11

Last Edited=15 Feb 2017

Children of Grietje Cornelise Van Ness and Pieter Claesen Wyckoff

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.
  2. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.
  3. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-1JR : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Grietje Cornelise /VAN NES/.
  4. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182, this reference indicated marriage aftr 1649.
  6. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13.


  7. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Peter Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Marriage Records Flatbush New York 1748 P370.
  8. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Grietje Romeyn U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 374.
  9. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Cornelis Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 388.
  10. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, ??rietje Wyckoff U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 391.
  11. [S154] William Forman Wyckoff, The Wyckoff family in America : a genealogy, Part II. Chapter V. Pieter Claesen Wyckoff ; Page 13, Reference indicates death between 1699-1703.
  12. [S189] Fifteenth Pastor Rev. Frank R. Symmes, History of the Old Tennent Church, Page 421, establishs sequence of birth.
  13. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-WBG : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Claes or Nicholas Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  14. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org,

    "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-M4Y : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Margrietje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  15. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Page 397.
  16. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MHF : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Annetje Pieterse /WYCKOFF/.
  17. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MZ9 : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Cornelius Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  18. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-1HG : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Hendrick Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  19. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRCS-7NF : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Grietje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  20. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MC7 : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Williamptje Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  21. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-W1C : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Martin Pietersen /WYCKOFF/.
  22. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-MZB : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Jan Pieterse /Wyckoff/.
  23. [S253] FamilySearch, online https://familysearch.org, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRC3-4MX : accessed 2 August 2012), entry for Peter Pieterse /Wyckoff/.

Hendrick Van Ness1

M
Relationships
9th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=20 Sep 2014

Child of Hendrick Van Ness

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.

Isaac Van Arsdalen1

M
Relationships
4th cousin 5 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
4th cousin 5 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
4th cousin 5 times removed of John William Van Dyke
4th cousin 5 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Isaac, married Margaret Strycker.2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Isaac Van Arsdalen and Margaret Strycker

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 182.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.

Margaret Strycker1

F
     Her married name was Van Arsdalen.1

     Margaret, married Isaac Van Arsdalen, son of Philip Van Arsdalen and Jannetje Van Dyke.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Child of Margaret Strycker and Isaac Van Arsdalen

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.

Abraham Isaac Van Arsdalen1

M
Relationships
5th cousin 4 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
5th cousin 4 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
5th cousin 4 times removed of John William Van Dyke
5th cousin 4 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Abraham, married Mary Eoff.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Abraham Isaac Van Arsdalen and Mary Eoff

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.

Mary Eoff1

F
     Her married name was Van Arsdalen.1

     Mary, married Abraham Isaac Van Arsdalen, son of Isaac Van Arsdalen and Margaret Strycker.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.

Isaac Abraham Van Arsdalen1

M
Relationships
6th cousin 3 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
6th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
6th cousin 3 times removed of John William Van Dyke
6th cousin 3 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.

Isaac Van Dyke1

M, b. 11 September 1681, d. circa 1727
Relationships
1st cousin 8 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of John William Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Isaac Van Dyke was baptized on 11 September 1681 at Flatbush, New York.2,1,3

     Isaac, married Barbara "Surname Unknown".1

     Isaac Van Dyke died circa 1727.1 He left a Will on 31 March 1727
The papers show that he was then 47 years old. In the Will he mentions his wife Barbara and his three children. The last two were then underage. He mentions his farm in Newcastle County, New Jersey and Andries Van Dyke of Newcastle County. Delaware, his brothers were executors. The witnesses were Teunis Quick, Cornelius Williamson and Thomas Yates. The Will was proved May 15, 1727.1
Last Edited=12 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.
  2. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, Isaac Van Dyke U S Dutch Reformed Church Records Flatbush Book 72 P 379.
  3. [S77] Teunis G. Bergen, Kings County Settlers, Located on page 335.
  4. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Barbara "Surname Unknown"1

F
     Her married name was Van Dyke.1

     Barbara, married Isaac Van Dyke, son of Thomas Janse Van Dyke and Maritje Andriessen.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Children of Barbara "Surname Unknown" and Isaac Van Dyke

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 183.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Thomas Van Dyke1

M
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Mary Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Isaac Van Dyke1

M
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Engeltie Van Dyke1

F
Relationships
1st cousin 8 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of John William Van Dyke
1st cousin 8 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Storm.2

     Engeltie, married Gregory Storm, son of Dirk Storm and Maria Pieters, at New Utrecht, Kings, New York.2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Engeltie Van Dyke and Gregory Storm

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.

Gregory Storm1,2

M, b. 1656, d. 1711
     Gregory, married Engeltie Van Dyke, daughter of Thomas Janse Van Dyke and Maritje Andriessen, at New Utrecht, Kings, New York.1
     Gregory Storm, son of Dirk Storm and Maria Pieters, was born in 1656.1,3

     Gregory Storm emigrated in 1662.1

     Gregory Storm died in 1711.4
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Children of Gregory Storm and Engeltie Van Dyke

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, This reference provided alternate spelling of his given name, Page 26.
  3. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, Page 26.
  4. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, This reference provided a probable date of death, Page 26.
  5. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.

Maria Pieters1

F
     Maria, married Dirk Storm circa 1697.1,2 As of circa 1697, her married name was Storm.1,2
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Child of Maria Pieters and Dirk Storm

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, This reference provided a probable date of marriage, Page 26.

Dirk Storm1

M
     Dirk immigrated on 2 September 1662 He was a native of Utrecht, Holland, was the first American ancestor of that name. He came from the Maiery of Bosh, in ship "Fox." Lived on Long Island until 1672. lie was of the Tappan Church from 1694 until 1704.2

     Dirk, married Maria Pieters circa 1697.3,4
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Child of Dirk Storm and Maria Pieters

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, This reference provided a probable date of death, Page 26.
  3. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  4. [S161] Natalie R. Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, This reference provided a probable date of marriage, Page 26.

Marietje Storm1

F
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     As of 15 May 1714, her married name was Gurckzen.1

     Marietje, married Herman Gurckzen on 15 May 1714.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Marietje Storm and Herman Gurckzen

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Herman Gurckzen1

M
     Herman, married Marietje Storm, daughter of Gregory Storm and Engeltie Van Dyke, on 15 May 1714.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Family: Herman Gurckzen and Marietje Storm

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Thomas Storm1

M
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Thomas, married Anneke Meyer.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.

Anneke Meyer1

F
     Her married name was Storm.1

     Anneke, married Thomas Storm, son of Gregory Storm and Engeltie Van Dyke.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 185.

Dirk Storm1

M, b. 1695
Relationships
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of John William Van Dyke
2nd cousin 7 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Dirk Storm, son of Gregory Storm and Engeltie Van Dyke, was born in 1695.1

     Dirk, married Elizabeth Meyer.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Dirk Storm and Elizabeth Meyer

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Elizabeth Meyer1

F
     Her married name was Storm.1

     Elizabeth, married Dirk Storm, son of Gregory Storm and Engeltie Van Dyke.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Family: Elizabeth Meyer and Dirk Storm

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Thomas Storm1

M
Relationships
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of John William Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Jacob Storm1

M
Relationships
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of John William Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Garrit Storm1

M
Relationships
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of John William Van Dyke
3rd cousin 6 times removed of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Garrit, married Maria Sickels.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Garrit Storm and Maria Sickels

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
  2. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.

Maria Sickels1

F
     Her married name was Storm.1

     Maria, married Garrit Storm, son of Thomas Storm and Anneke Meyer.1
Last Edited=8 Jan 2014

Child of Maria Sickels and Garrit Storm

Citations

  1. [S76] A. M., Ph.D. William B. Aitken, Distinguished Families In America, Page 184.
 
Compiler: John W. Van Dyke: John and Dianne Van Dyke