Person:Ann Van Dyck (1)

Annetje Van Dyck
b.abt 1620
m. est 1604
  1. Nicholas Thomasse Van DyckBET 1582 - 1638 - BET 1600 - 1715
  2. Hendrick Thomasse Van DyckBET 1582 - 1638 - BET 1600 - 1715
  3. Jan Thomasse van Dyck1605 - 1673
  4. Annetje Van Dyckabt 1620 - 1686
m. est 1640
  1. Thomas StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1630 - 1731
  2. Elias StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1630 - 1731
  3. Mary StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1629 - 1734
  4. Jeremiah StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1630 - 1731
  5. William StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1630 - 1731
  6. John StillwellBET 1624 - 1652 - BET 1630 - 1731
  7. Daniel StillwellBET 1626 - 1662 - 1720
  8. Anne Stillwell1643 - BET 1644 - 1737
  9. Alice Stillwell1645 - 1709
Facts and Events
Name Annetje Van Dyck
Alt Name[1] Ann van Dyke
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt 1620
Marriage est 1640 to Nicholas Stillwell
Death[1] 1686 Gravesend, Long Island, New York, USA

Surname in question, as it does not appear in any records. First reference occurs in the Dutch Church Records of New Amsterdam, when on 14 Jan 1647, Anne, the wife of Nicholas Stillwell, was a sponsor at the baptism of Anna, daughter of John Harten, in the Dutch Church, at New Amsterdam. She is referred to as Mistress Anne Stillwell, an appellation of restricted use and confined to those of good station.

After her husband’s death, she moved to Gravesend and bought a house on land that once belonged to Nicholas. Not long after that, she married the local magistrate, William Wilkins. He died four years later, and Anne married again in 1679 to William Foster of Jamaica, Long Island. She apparently left no will, and may have just given her property to her children. (John E. Stillwell, M.D.; Stillwell Genealogy, Vol I, pp 88-90; New York City, 1929.)

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Ancestry.com - OneWorldTree.