On the 1784 Jamaica tax list Gerrit was assessed for £6OO real estate, £50 personal. [Henry Onderdonk Jr., “Jamaica Tax List, 1784” typescript, Brooklyn Hist. Soc.] He made his will in 1803, naming wife Femmetie, and children listed below (except for Maria). All of the sons continued to reside in Jamaica, and were called Van Wicklen. [NYGBR 128:81-90, 177-184, 241-252: "The Van Wicklen/ Van Wickle Family" by Harry Macy Jr.]
[Abstract of wills, Queens Co., NY, comp. Ray C. Sawyer, NYGBS v.1, p.84:], yeoman,
Heirs: wife, Femmetie, dau. Ann, sons Garret, Tunis, Evert, Derick, and Johannes.
Executors: 5 sons.
Wit: Hendrick J. Lott, Barnret Bennett Barnet and Vandeventer Suydam.
1790 Federal Census, Jamaica, Queens, p.29: 32204,= 3 males over 16, 2 males under 16, 2 females, 0 other white, 4 slaves,
1790 Federal Census, Jamaica, Queens, p.31: 10201 = 1 male over 16, 2 females, 1 slave,
Widow Phebe was a head of household in Jamaica 1810. [1810c, Jamaica Queens, NY p.295]
1.+Maria Van WICKLEN, b. abt.1762,
2.+Gerrit Van WICKLEN Jr., b.1763, Flatlands, NY,
3.+Tunis Van WICKLEN, b.3 Jan.1765, Jamaica, NY,
4. Evert Van WICKLEN, bap.4 Dec.1767, Jamaica, NY,
5.+Derick Van WICKLEN, bap. Aug.1774, Newtown, NY,
6.+Johannes(John) Van WICKLEN, b.1776, Newtown, NY,
Femetie COVERT w. of Garret Van “WICKELEN” is listed as a member 16 Oct.1803 of the RDC of Jamaica. [“History of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Jamaica, L.I.,” Henry Onderdonk, p.191(Apendix Church members).]