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Fernandus1 Van Sicklen
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Missing
Birth: 1635 Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium
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Death: bef.20 Dec.1712 (date will proved) Gravesend, Kings Co., NY
Occ: farmer,
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Missing
Birth: 1641 Haarlem, Noord Holland (b. aboard ship)
Baptism:
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Will:
Death: aft.20 Apr.1712 alive (Fernandus will proved)
Occ:
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        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 


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       Eva Van SALEE, b.1641 Netherlands,

       Children:

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,

6.+Ferdinand,  b.1675,

7.+Cornelia Van SICKLEN,  b.1678,

8.  Lambert,

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 .....


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