Son of Fernandus Van SICKLE, b.1609 Zeeland, Netherlands and Margrietje ---, b.bef.1613 Zeeland, Netherlands,
He immigrated in 1652 to New Amsterdam where he stayed for about a year, then settled in Flatlands, Long Island. [“The Early German s of New Jersey; Their History, Churches and Genealogies: p.547:]
From Amsterdam as an indentured servant to Gijsbert Cornelisz Ouderkerck of Fort Orange for four years.
Took oath of alliegence in 1787 having been in country 35 years therefore imm.1652, [RECORD 61:241:]
Residence: Fort Orange, New Netherlands,
New Amsterdam in 1652,
Gravesend, Kings Co, NY in 1669,
Flatbush, Kings Co, NY in 1677,
Letters of Administration 20 Apr.1712 to Johannes Van Sicklen
Eva Van SALEE, b.1641 Netherlands,
1.+Reinier Van SICKLE, b.1661 Gravesend, Long Island, NY
2.+Margritjie, b.abt.1663, m.6 June 1691 DRC (Dutch Reformed Church) Flatbush, Kings, NY, Jan Albertse TERHUNE,
3.+Eva, b.abt.1666, m1. 20 May 1693 DRC Flatbush, Kings, NY ,Jan BERDAN Jr.,
4.+Johannes, b.1666 Long Island, NY,
5. Jannetje Van SICKLEN, b.1672,
7.+Cornelia Van SICKLEN, b.1678,
9.+Antje, bap.1 May 1681, m. Jan Willemse BENNET,
[“William Adriaense Bennet”book: p.140:]
“Antje/Anne Van Sicklen d/o Ferdinando and Eva Antonise (Jansen) V.S. Ferdinando, a farmer, emigrated 1652 to NA [New Amsterdam], later living in FTLD [Flatlands] and GRND [Gravesend], where he bought a plantation-lot from his father-in-law, Anthony Jansen."
NYG&B REC:54:250: Conveyance p.139. 14 May 1697 Alexander Sympson and wife Jonica of Flatlands deed Evah Van Sycklen, wife of Ferdinand Van ycklen, house and land in Flatlands .....