Jannetje Janes De Ryk

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     Jannetje Janes De Ryk was the daughter of Jan Cornelius De Ryk. She married Johannes Van Hoesen.
     Her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=29 Aug 1999

Children of Jannetje Janes De Ryk and Johannes Van Hoesen

Wilhelmina Viele

F, b. 1664
     Wilhelmina was born in 1664. She was the daughter of Aerhnoudt Cornelisen Viele and Gerritje Gerritse Vermeulen. She married Johannes Van Hoesen on 19 June 1709.
     Her married name was Winne. As of 19 June 1709,her married name was Van Hoesen. She was the widow of Livinus Winne.
Last Edited=5 Sep 1999

Children of Wilhelmina Viele and Johannes Van Hoesen

Jan Cornelius De Ryk

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Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Jan Cornelius De Ryk

Tanneke Witbeck

F, b. 1693
     Tanneke was born in 1693. She married Jan Hanneson Van Hoesen at Athens, Greene Co., NY, on 12 March 1711. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record lists this marriage as 15 February rather than 12 Mar. The "The Van Heusen Family" private printing, author unknown, states that Jan's wife was Elizabeth, last name not known..
      As of 12 March 1711,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Tanneke Witbeck and Jan Hanneson Van Hoesen

Gertrude Janse Bratt

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     She married Jacob Van Hoesen on 28 April 1725.
      As of 28 April 1725,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Arent Van De Kar

M, b. 25 December 1698
     He was baptized on 25 December 1698. Religion:. Arent Van De Kar was the son of Dirk Van De Kar and Frytje Claase Van Schaick. He married (?) (?).
Last Edited=1 Jan 2000

Child of Arent Van De Kar and (?) (?)

(?) (?)

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     She married Arent Van De Kar.
     Her married name was Van De Kar.
Last Edited=6 Dec 2000

Child of (?) (?) and Arent Van De Kar

Dirk Van De Kar

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     He married Frytje Claase Van Schaick.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Dirk Van De Kar and Frytje Claase Van Schaick

Frytje Claase Van Schaick

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     She married Dirk Van De Kar.
     Her married name was Van De Kar.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Frytje Claase Van Schaick and Dirk Van De Kar

Elizabeth Clauw

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     She married John Casparse Van Hoesen in 1792.
      As of 1792,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Elizabeth Clauw and John Casparse Van Hoesen

Eva Oudt

F, b. 1778, d. 1866
     Eva was born in 1778. She was the daughter of Matthias Oudt and Anne Flavilla Froelick. She married Francis Van Hoesen on 19 May 1798. Eva died in 1866 at Preble, NY.
      As of 19 May 1798,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Matthias Oudt

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     He married Anne Flavilla Froelick.
      He was from Frankfort-on-the-Main.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Matthias Oudt and Anne Flavilla Froelick

Anne Flavilla Froelick

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     She married Matthias Oudt.
     Her married name was Oudt.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Anne Flavilla Froelick and Matthias Oudt

Elizabeth (Soverse) Severson

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     She married Albertus Van Hoesen on 8 January 1807.
      As of 8 January 1807,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Catherine Van Buskirk

F, b. 13 November 1770, d. 9 December 1845
     Catherine was born at Loonenburgh, NY, on 13 November 1770.1 She was the daughter of Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk and Gertrude Schram. She married Gerrett S. Van Hoesen. Catherine died on 9 December 1845 at Loonenburgh, NY. She was buried at old Presbyterian Church site., Preble, NY.2
      Quoting C. Wesley Murray's compilation at dannreunion.com: "Catherine was fourteen when she said good- bye to her father at Niagara, and with her mother, brother, and sister headed back through the forests towards their homeland in the Hudson Valley. We do not know the route that was followed; it may have been along Lake Ontario to Oswego, then overland to the Mohawk Valley, and then along the valley to Albany, and from there down the Hudson to Athens, a distance of about 350 miles. Boats and canoes may have been used for some of the journey, but much of the distance must have been covered on foot." Her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=10 Aug 2012

Children of Catherine Van Buskirk and Gerrett S. Van Hoesen

Citations

  1. [S706] John Capen - Ruth Thayer electronic database, unknown date Jayne783, www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S716] Compiled by C. Wesley Murray, Turo, Nova Scotia, dannreunion.com/VBJacob.htm,.

Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk

M, b. 30 June 1749, d. 1857
     Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk was born on 30 June 1749 at near, Loonenburg, Albany, NY..1 He was the son of Andries Thomasen Van Buskirk and Annetje Vervey. Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk was baptized on 6 August 1749.2 He married Gertrude Schram, daughter of William Schram and Catherine Lehman, circa 1769.1 Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk married Susannah Townsend, daughter of James Townsend.1 Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk died in 1857.3
      Quoting C. Wesley Murray's compilation at dannreunion.com: "Jacob is described as being handsome, tall, blue- eyed, and a crack shot. He owned 500 acres of land which he valued at 500 pounds sterling. In the ordinary turn of events he would have lived out his days in the vicinity a peaceful citizen, as his ancestors had lived for three generations under the rule of Holland and England.'

"The revolution intervened and after the Declaration of Independence in 1776, those who refused to take an oath of allegiance to Congress were considered traitors. Jacob was loyal to his King, and refused; he was imprisoned for a month and four days as a consequence. While in prison he was witness to an atrocity, when a Loyalist wife seeking the release of her husband was promised it, but he was hanged first and the body given to her when she next appeared. On his release Jacob went over to the King's forces, rowing to a British warship in the river (probably the Hudson River) while the ship's marines held their muskets trained upon him."

"From a quiet subject of the governing power, he became an enthusiastic Loyalist, and as a result he became an exile, giving up his property, his home, his family, and his country for the cause. He may have served with other regiments at first, but later joined Butler's Rangers. It is claimed that he was a liaison runner."

"For the years 1777- 1783, we have no certain record of Jacob's activities, no papers, no diaries; one can only suppose that in the activities of the rangers he had a continuous part. If he was a liason runner for some of the time, there are only a few references to the dangerous errands they ran, slipping through the forests alone or in twos; their duty was to deliver the letters entrusted to them while they had to avoid contact with the enemy at all costs. Having delivered the dispatch to a company in battle, the runner might have to stay and fight with the others before proceeding on his return. Colonel Butler had a mysterious and efficient system of scouts, runners, informers, and spies. It is said that he was informed at all times of the foe's activities."

"In 1779 four men were discovered passing through the mountains, two were captured and found to be carrying dispatches from New York City to Butler at Niagara. They were accused as spies and probably hanged. One wonders if Jacob was one of the two who escaped. In June of 1779 Colonel Butler sent a runner with a letter to Sir Henry Clinton in New York. Butler kept both Sir Henry and General Haldimand, in Quebec informed as to the movements of the rebels. In August of 1779 it was reported that a runner, from Sir Henry Clinton to Colonel Butler with dispatches, was captured on his return and at once executed. Runners appeared to go regularly between New York, Quebec City, and Niagara, but no further mention has been noted."

"Since Jacob was in Captain Andrew Bradt's company in November 1783, we may suppose that he was there from its formation. In 1781 the tenth company was completed so we might suppose that it was Bradt's, and that Jacob participated in its activities from then on. In July 1782 Bradt's company headed towards the Ohio River to catch up with Caldwell's company, but in August with forty rangers and 250 Indians, turned towards Wheeling. On September 11th they attacked Fort Henry at Wheeling, but gave up after three days. They divided into smaller groups, laid waste to nearby areas, and withdrew across the Ohio, probably proceeding to Niagara for winter quarters. No further reference has been noted for Bradt."

"We next find Jacob mentioned in the papers of Sir Fredeick Haldimand, K.C. B. who was governor-in-chief of Canada after Sir Guy Carleton. In a return dated: Niagara, November 30, 1783 under Captain Bradt's company we find Corporal Jacob Van Buskark, Gertrude, Catherine, Jacob, and Mary. In a paper dated Quebec: September 11, 1784 in a list of loyalist families wishing to emigrate to Cape Breton were included Jacob and sergeant Richard Lorway. Another paper: Sydney, November 30, 1785, Richard and Jacob were drawing government rations. The paper of 1783 gave the final mention of Gertrude and the three children. For years their whereabouts were a mystery, but finally one theory has been proved. In 1783 Gertrude wanted to return to her homeland, after spending a hard winter at Niagara with the prospect of a hard future on the west side of the Niagara River where most of the other rangers were settling. She was determined to return home. Jacob, on the other hand, could not go back to New York under the pain of death. So they separated, Gertrude and the children went back to their homeland, and Jacob became an exile."

"In Cape Breton, Lorway and Jacob met James Townsend, who had been at the capture of Fortress Louisburg in 1758and at the capture of Quebec in 1759. Townsend was later given a grant in Louisbourg. There were seven daughters in the Townsend family, and eventually Richard Lorway married Mary and Jacob took Susannah as his second wife some time before 1788. They had moved to the island of Saint John by 1789. They lived near New Glasgow or Rustico while Jacob waited for the grant of land that he had been promised. He may have been engaged in the fishing industry, and leased land where he lived. To Jacob and Susannah nine children were born, Susannah probably died before 1833, as in that year Jacob appeared before the Assembly in Charlottestown again asking for a grant. He was now eighty- four years old, and living with a son on leased land. He did not get the grant, but lived to be 108 years old, according to his grandson."

"This is the last official reference that we have of Jacob Van Buskirk. It is believed that he and Susannah are buried in New Glasgow Cemetery, Prince Edward Island, but the grave is unmarked."1
Last Edited=10 Aug 2012

Children of Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk and Gertrude Schram

Children of Jacobus (Ben) Van Buskirk and Susannah Townsend

Citations

  1. [S716] Compiled by C. Wesley Murray, Turo, Nova Scotia, dannreunion.com/VBJacob.htm,.
  2. [S717] Various compilers, online dannreunion.com, Bob Tilden (dannreunion.com), downloaded 26 Jul 2012.
  3. [S718] Island Register, online www.islandregister.com, Bill Wallworth (unknown location), downloaded 26 July 2012.

Benjamin (Ezra) Galusha

M, b. 1799, d. 1859
     Benjamin was born in 1799. He was the son of Benjamin Galusha and Mary Trowbridge. He married Keturah Van Hoesen.1 Benjamin died in 1859.
Last Edited=8 Aug 2012

Citations

  1. [S717] Various compilers, online dannreunion.com, Bob Tilden (dannreunion.com), downloaded 26 Jul 2012.

Benjamin Galusha

M, b. November 1770, d. 5 February 1854
     Benjamin was born in November 1770. He was the son of Jacob Galusha. He married Mary Trowbridge in 1790. Benjamin died on 5 February 1854.
Last Edited=31 Mar 1997

Child of Benjamin Galusha and Mary Trowbridge

Mary Trowbridge

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     She married Benjamin Galusha in 1790.
      As of 1790,her married name was Galusha.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Mary Trowbridge and Benjamin Galusha

Benjamin Van Buskirk

M, b. circa 1765
     Benjamin was born circa 1765.1,2 He was the son of Laurens Benjamin Van Buskirk and Maria Klauw. He married Maria Hardick at Athens, NY. The Dann family compilation says they were married 19 Jan 1776, an obvious error as Benjamin would have been 11..2
Last Edited=8 Aug 2012

Children of Benjamin Van Buskirk and Maria Hardick

Citations

  1. [S340] Irene English Shoemaker, Van Buskirk, A Legacy from New Amsterdam (Argentina, Robert William Shoemaker, 1990), P. 875.
  2. [S717] Various compilers, online dannreunion.com, Bob Tilden (dannreunion.com), downloaded 26 Jul 2012.

Maria Hardick

F, b. 19 January 1776
     Maria was born on 19 January 1776.1 She was the daughter of Jacob Hardick Jr. and Magdalena (?). She married Benjamin Van Buskirk at Athens, NY. The Dann family compilation says they were married 19 Jan 1776, an obvious error as Benjamin would have been 11..2
     Her married name was Van Buskirk.
Last Edited=8 Aug 2012

Children of Maria Hardick and Benjamin Van Buskirk

Citations

  1. [S340] Irene English Shoemaker, Van Buskirk, A Legacy from New Amsterdam (Argentina, Robert William Shoemaker, 1990), p. 875.
  2. [S717] Various compilers, online dannreunion.com, Bob Tilden (dannreunion.com), downloaded 26 Jul 2012.

John H. Hollenbeck

M, d. 6 February 1871
     John was born. He married Catherine Elizabeth (Charity) Van Hoesen on 12 October 1837. His name has also been given as William A. Hollenbeck.. John died on 6 February 1871. His body was interred at Judd Farm Cemetery.
Last Edited=29 Aug 1999

Elkanah Rockwell Skeele

M, b. 11 June 1809, d. 27 January 1867
     Elkanah was born on 11 June 1809. He married Susan Marie Van Hoesen on 13 April 1837. Elkanah died on 27 January 1867 at Japan.
      He and his wife lived on his father's pioneer farm. He retired to Homer, NY in 1866.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Charles E. Richardson

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     He married Angeline Huntington Van Hoesen on 30 October 1851.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Margaret Clow

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     She married Benjamin Franklin Van Hoesen on 1 January 1851.
      As of 1 January 1851,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Isaac Manchester

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     He married Elmira Mason Van Hoesen on 22 December 1854.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Ammi Hoag

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     He married Tryphena Gill Van Hoesen on 23 April 1850.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Ammi Hoag and Tryphena Gill Van Hoesen

Caroline Sophia Markham

F, b. 15 October 1840, d. 22 July 1892
     Caroline was born at Preble, NY, on 15 October 1840. She was the daughter of Chester Markham. She married Gerret Samuel Van Hoesen on 2 October 1866. Caroline died on 22 July 1892 at Preble, NY.
      As of 2 October 1866,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Chester Markham

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      He was from Preble, NY.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Chester Markham

Maggie A. Huntington

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     She married Henry Martin Van Hoesen on 18 May 1863.
      As of 18 May 1863,her married name was Van Hoesen.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Maggie A. Huntington and Henry Martin Van Hoesen

Ruth Henrietta Krueger

F, b. 4 April 1924, d. 4 August 1993
     Ruth was born at Town Of Merton, Waukesha Co. Near North Lk, on 4 April 1924.1 She was the daughter of Henry Herman Krueger and Ella Anna Traeder. Ruth Henrietta Krueger married Robert David Rea, son of Edwin Orin Rea and Gladys Helen Fuller, on 28 August 1948 at Zion Lutheran Church, Hartland, WI.1 Ruth died on 4 August 1993 at St Lukes Hospital Nursing Faci.
      As of 28 August 1948,her married name was Rea.
Last Edited=16 Feb 2003

Citations

  1. [S484] Glorya Murray Welch, Supplement to JAMES REA: Immigrant from Scotland to Wisconsin, His Ancestors and Descendants (Fullerton, California: self-published, 1984). Hereinafter cited as James Rea Scot-Wisc: Supplement.

Henry Herman Krueger

M, b. 20 December 1885, d. 14 August 1962
     Henry was born at Kreis, Naugaard, Pommern, Germany, on 20 December 1885. He was the son of Heinrich Kruger (Henry Krueger) and Augusta Gruetzmacher. He married Ella Anna Traeder at Hartland, WI, on 5 April 1913. Henry died on 14 August 1962 at Hartford Memorial Hospital.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Henry Herman Krueger and Ella Anna Traeder

Ella Anna Traeder

F, b. 8 June 1893, d. 14 December 1980
     Ella was born at Summit Twn, Waukesha, Wi, on 8 June 1893. She was the daughter of Ernest Traeder and Amelia Bauman. She married Henry Herman Krueger at Hartland, WI, on 5 April 1913. Ella died on 14 December 1980 at Waukesha Memorial Hospital.
      As of 5 April 1913,her married name was Krueger.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Ella Anna Traeder and Henry Herman Krueger

Henry E Krueger

M, b. 16 February 1914
     Henry was born at Near North Lake, Wi, on 16 February 1914. He was the son of Henry Herman Krueger and Ella Anna Traeder. He married Mary Douglas at Hartland, Wi At Zion Lutheran Church, on 25 December 1938.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Henry E Krueger and Mary Douglas

Lester H (Butch) Krueger

M, b. 21 August 1916, d. 4 October 1976
     Lester was born at North Lake, Wi, on 21 August 1916. He was the son of Henry Herman Krueger and Ella Anna Traeder. He married Mary Loew. Lester died on 4 October 1976.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Lester H (Butch) Krueger and Mary Loew

Herbert W. Krueger

M, b. 23 April 1920
     Herbert was born at North Lake, Wi, on 23 April 1920. He was the son of Henry Herman Krueger and Ella Anna Traeder. He married Lily Kuphall at St Johns Lutheran Wauwatosa, Wi, on 28 February 1942.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Herbert W. Krueger and Lily Kuphall

Mary Douglas

F, b. 1915
     Mary was born in 1915. She married Henry E Krueger at Hartland, Wi At Zion Lutheran Church, on 25 December 1938.
      As of 25 December 1938,her married name was Krueger.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Mary Douglas and Henry E Krueger

Judy Krueger

F, b. 1 August 1941
     Judy was born on 1 August 1941. She was the daughter of Henry E Krueger and Mary Douglas.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Douglas Krueger

M, b. 1 January 1944
     Douglas was born on 1 January 1944. He was the son of Henry E Krueger and Mary Douglas.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Mary Loew

F, b. 1924, d. 6 June 1976
     Mary was born in 1924. She married Lester H (Butch) Krueger. Mary died on 6 June 1976 at home at At Home In Platt, Washington, WI.
     Her married name was Krueger.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Mary Loew and Lester H (Butch) Krueger

Sandra Krueger

F, b. 10 April 1941
     Sandra was born on 10 April 1941. She was the daughter of Lester H (Butch) Krueger and Mary Loew.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Koreen Krueger

F, b. 13 April 1942
     Koreen was born on 13 April 1942. She was the daughter of Lester H (Butch) Krueger and Mary Loew.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Richard Krueger

M, b. 15 October 1943
     Richard was born on 15 October 1943. He was the son of Lester H (Butch) Krueger and Mary Loew.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Lily Kuphall

F, b. circa 1920
     Lily was born circa 1920. She married Herbert W. Krueger at St Johns Lutheran Wauwatosa, Wi, on 28 February 1942.
      As of 28 February 1942,her married name was Krueger.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Child of Lily Kuphall and Herbert W. Krueger

James Krueger

M, b. 5 January 1943
     James was born on 5 January 1943. He was the son of Herbert W. Krueger and Lily Kuphall.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Ernest Traeder

M, b. 26 January 1858, d. 20 October 1916
     Ernest was born at Furstensee, Pommern, Germany, on 26 January 1858. He was the son of Frederick William Traeder and Ernestina W Koch. He married Amelia Bauman at St. John's Lutheran Concord, Wi, on 9 December 1886. Ernest died on 20 October 1916 at Zion Luth. Hartland, Wi.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Ernest Traeder and Amelia Bauman

Amelia Bauman

F, b. 26 August 1860, d. 13 February 1940
     Amelia was born at __________, Pommern, Germany, on 26 August 1860. She was the daughter of Gottlieb Bauman and Charlotte () Bauman. She married Ernest Traeder at St. John's Lutheran Concord, Wi, on 9 December 1886. Amelia died on 13 February 1940 at Zion Luth. Hartland, Wi.
      As of 9 December 1886,her married name was Traeder.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Amelia Bauman and Ernest Traeder

Herman Traeder

M, b. 1888
     Herman was born in 1888. He was the son of Ernest Traeder and Amelia Bauman.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Frank Traeder

M, b. 1867
     Frank was born in 1867. He was the son of Ernest Traeder and Amelia Bauman.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Frederick William Traeder

M, b. 10 May 1825, d. 5 October 1908
     Frederick was born at Pomerania, Germany, on 10 May 1825. He married Ernestina W Koch at Germany on 25 March 1850. Frederick died on 5 October 1908 at Pioneer C., Jefferson, WI.
Last Edited=12 Feb 1997

Children of Frederick William Traeder and Ernestina W Koch