Person:Abraham Van Campen (4)

Abraham Van Campen
m. 23 Jul 1687
  1. Elisabeth Van Campen1688 -
  2. Jan Van Campen1693 - Abt 1759
  3. Gerrit Van Campen1694 -
  4. Jacob Van Campen1696 - 1742-1745
  5. Abraham Van Campen1698 - bet 1766 and 1767
  6. Heyltje Van Campen1700 -
  7. Cornelius Van Campen1702 - Abt 1794
  8. Mechteld Van Campen1705 -
  9. Isaac Van Campen1708 -
  10. Nicholas VanCampen1710 -
  11. Jannetjen VanCampen1711/12 - Bef 1745
  • HAbraham Van Campen1698 - bet 1766 and 1767
  • WSusanna De PueBef 1698 -
m.
  1. Susannah Van Campen
  2. Moses Van KampenBef 1724 -
  3. Jan Van CampenBef 1726 - 1805
  4. Benjamin Van KampenBef 1728 - 1789
  5. Cathrina Van Campen1730 - 1804
  6. Mary Van CampenBef 1732 -
  7. Abraham Van KampenBef 1736 -
  8. Moses Van KampenBef 1743 -
  • HAbraham Van Campen1698 - bet 1766 and 1767
  • W.  Rachel Vanaker (add)
m. 29 Oct 1761
Facts and Events
Name Abraham Van Campen
Alt Name Abraam VanCampen
Gender Male
Christening[1][4] 9 Oct 1698 Kingston, Ulster, New York, United StatesOld Dutch Reformed Church
Marriage to Susanna De Pue
Marriage 29 Oct 1761 Sussex, New Jersey, United Statesby license
to Rachel Vanaker (add)
Death[2] bet 1766 and 1767 Walpack, Sussex, New Jersey, United States
References
  1. Hoes, Roswell Randall. Baptismal and marriage registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston: Ulster County, New York (formerly Named Wiltwyck and often familiarly called Esopus or 'Sopus), for One Hundred and Fifty Years from their commencement in 1660. (New York, 1891).
  2. New Jersey Will Abstracts. (in New Jersery Archives, 1st series v. 30-42).
  3.   New Jersey Tombstone Index. (LDS microfilm #593591).
  4. Hoes Bapt number 1064. 9 Oct 1698. Jan van Campen & Tietje Jans. Child: ABRAAM. Witn: Rut Bleecker. Catharina Rutse..