Person:Jan Van Kampen (6)

Watchers
Jan Van Campen
b.Bef 15 May 1726
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 -
  • HJan Van CampenBef 1726 - 1805
  1. Abraham Van Campen1749 - 1806
  • HJan Van CampenBef 1726 - 1805
  • WSara DupuyAbt 1737 - 1818
m. 17 Nov 1753
  1. Susanna Van CampenBef 1754 -
  2. Blandina Van CampenBef 1756 -
  3. Susannah Van Campen1758 - 1829
  4. Mary Van Campen1761 - 1826
  5. Sarah Van CampenBef 1765 -
Facts and Events
Name Jan Van Campen
Alt Name John Van Campen
Alt Name Jan Van Kampen
Gender Male
Birth? Bef 15 May 1726
Christening[1] 15 May 1726 Kingston, Ulster, N.Y.
Marriage 17 Nov 1753 Walpack, Sussex, N.J.to Sara Dupuy
Death[2][3][4] 11 Jul 1805 Lower Smithfield, Northampton, Penn
Burial[3] Shawnee, Monroe, Penn

[SheeCem]: d aged 80 y.

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. Cemetery Records of Warren Co., N.J. (General William Maxwell Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1935).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Presbyterian cemetery, Shawnee, Monroe Co., PA. (transcript by marilynanne@webtv.net, USGenWeb archives).
  4. Northampton County (Pennsylvania). Register of Wills. Will books, 1752-1907; with Register's index, 1752-1966. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1973).
  5.   New Jersey Will Abstracts. (in New Jersery Archives, 1st series v. 30-42).