Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants

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M.D. Chamberlain , West Rutland, Vt
Dyckman family., Dyckman, Johannes, 1618 or 19-1672 -- Fa
Other titlesJohannes Dyckman.
StatementMarjorie Dikeman Chamberlain.
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LC ClassificationsCS71.D994 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-2 > :
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Open LibraryOL2071160M
ISBN 10096217890X, 0897251660
LC Control Number88092677

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Get this from a library. Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants. [Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain] -- Johannes Dyckman, emigrated from the Netherlands insettling at Fort Orange (now Albany, New York).

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Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Family; People: Dyckman family, Johannes Dyckman ( or ). Those researching Dyckman genealogy might also want to look at Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his Descendants by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain.

There were actually two Dyckman men who arrived in New Amsterdam and they were unrelated to each other. “Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants”, by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain, Harlem (City of New York): its origin and early annals.

Prefaced by home scenes in the fatherlands, by James Riker,p. Footnote. Surnames: Dyckman, Duckhuis According to Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain's book "Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and His Descendants" Volume II, The 3-D (Dyckman-Dikeman-Dykeman) Family Association commissioned research by the Centraal Bureau Voor Genealogie at The Hague, Netherlands concerning the ancesters of Johannes Dyckman.

Johannes Dyckman (bapt. 26 NovemberNieuwe Kerk (Amsterdam) – ca.New Netherland) was a Dutch commissary of Fort Orange. Johannes Dyckman, the son of Joris Dijckman and Aeltie Paules/Poulus Root, came to New Netherland prior to with his second wife Maria Bosyns.

Dyckman was commissary of Fort Orange, now Albany, New York, a. Genealogy profile for Johannes Dikeman Johannes Dykeman ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Johannes Dykeman ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain is the author of Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and His Descendants ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )4/5(1).

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Toler, and H.D. Nutting,p. Buy Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain. * Jacobus Dyckman (), married Annetje Kool. Biographical and vital record information about the Dyckman family line was obtained from: Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain, Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his Descendants (West Rutland, Vt.: ).

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As for Engeltje (--?--) Dyckman's parentage, I have no clue. The URL for this post is. Johannes Dyckman Notes: Johannes arrived in Manhattan, but was soon transferred to the outpost at Orange (Albany). He was with the West India trading company.

He was removed from the position due to illness. Date: Sun Jan 26 Name: ruth huff-saylor. Later published in Yuma, Arizona. // Johannes Dyckman, emigrated from the Netherlands insettling at Fort Orange (now Albany, New York).

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Descendants lived in New York, Connecticut, and elsewhere. Variants of surname include: Dikeman, Dykeman, Dykman, etc. Includes related families of Knickerbocker, Beers, Shook, Stewart and others.

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The only surname book on the shelf was Dyckman, but what a marvelous work - "Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his Descendants," two volumes, by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain. My other "find" was the book "History and Genealogy of Elder John Whipple of Ipswich, Massachusetts, His English Ancestors and American Descendants" by Blaine Whipple.

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Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange: and His Descendantsby Marjorie D. Chamberlain. (Family in Adams, Perkins, and Antelope counties). esDyckmanhadbeen"first clerk" tothe West India Company, he came outin 1 and served asclerk andcommissary at Fort Orange of Albany,but in was laidaside by.

Pieter Jacobsz may have been the "constapel" of Fort Orange, who on 15 April by order of Johannes Dyckman, tore van Slichtenhorst's proclamation from. Nelson Greene's History of the Mohawk Valley: Gateway to the West is a four-volume set covering six counties in upstate New York. This online version is part of the Schenectady Digital History Archive, the local history and genealogy Web site of the Schenectady County Public Library, affiliated with the NYGenWeb, USGenWeb and American History and.

I, p. He was son of Johannes Dyckman and Maria Bosyns. Johannes Dyckman had been "first clerk" to the West India Company, he came out in and served as clerk and commissary at Fort Orange of Albany, but in was laid aside by insanity (Riker's History of Harlem, p.

He d. in Sept.,and his wife, Maria Bosyns, in Ancestors of Paul Herbert Johnson Generation No. 11 Harman Jansz Knickerbocker, born Ma /48 in Of, Overijssel, Netherlands; died April 3, in Albany, Albany, was the son of Johannes Van Knickerbocker and Julianna Van married Elizabeth Bogert January 3, / Elizabeth Bogert, born June 3, in New.

Johannes Dyckman appointed commies,* (*Commies may usually be translated clerk, but here it signifies the chief officer of Fort Orange.) inheld the office till July,when he was incapacitated by insanity. His earliest records extant begin Augand end July 7, Author: Stevenwarran. In he sold two houses in Fort Orange (Albany) to Johannes Dyckman for guilders.

The creek at Peekskill takes its name from him.” “Maria Peek, wife of Jan, late in life resided in Schenectady, perhaps with her son Jacobus.”. 'J'hk Bknkath Rkads as Follows: This Window is Placed Hkue by The Society ok the of the Holland Dajies Descendants ok the Ancient and IIonouaki.e Families of the State of New ^"ohk ox the()th Axniversahy ok His IvAndixg ox The Island ok the Manhattans The ;3>50th ok His Grant ok a Chau'itii to the City of XiEuw A5istehda.

Biography. Major Abraham Staats or Abram Staets (Amsterdam Janu (baptized)– New York ca. ) was one of the first settlers of the New Netherland colonies. He emigrated to Beverwijck (Albany) in and is the founder of the Staats family in New Amsterdam and the early American colonies.Dyckman Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his Descendantsby Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain Dye The Joseph Smith Family of Gloucester and Salem Counties, N.

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