Facts and Events
||Lammert Janse Dorlandt
||Kortenhoef, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
||BET 1663 AND 1681
||Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
||16 APR 1663
||Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
||Manhattan, New York, New York, United Statesto Harmtje Jans
||Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United StatesServed as a constable in Brooklyn
||Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United StatesServed as a magistrate in Brooklyn
||BET 1677 AND 1685
||Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United StatesMember of Dutch Reformed Church
||Staten Island, Richmond, New York, United StatesLand Grant
||BET 1681 AND 1715
||Staten Island, Richmond, New York, United States
||BET 1715 AND 1720
||Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey, United States
||, Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey,
||Family burial ground, Harlingen, Somerset, New Jersey,
- ↑ Barth, Barbara; Judith Smith Cassidy (editor); and Harry Macy Jr (editor). The Dorland Enigma Solved: A Revision of the Dorland Genealogy. (Sandisfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States: Diane Barth Swartz, 2007), pg. 160 noting that this is how he signed his name.
- ↑ 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 Cremer, John Dorland. Records of the Dorland family in America, p. 175-181, 187-188.
Arrived on the "Bontekow" (Spotted Cow), a ship of the Dutch West India Company, making regular runs between Amsterdam and New Amsterdam.
Applied to the colonial governor for a grant of land on Staten Island, which was granted. He received a previously improved estate, including a grist mill, which had been the residence of the late Gov. Lovelace. Located between New Brighton & Tompkinsville.
- Kings; Conveyances 1679-1736 vol 1-4, image 217, in New York, United States. New York, Land Records, 1630-1975.
NEW YORK LAND RECORDS 1630-1975, KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND
FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY
BOOK 2: 105-106 in small numbers, (Numbers at the top of the page 146-147
Tis indenture made the one and twentyth day of October 1698 between Lambert
Dorlant of Staten Island in the County of Richmond, planter and Harampie
Janse, his wife and Jacobus Vandewater, Sr. of Brookly in Kings County on
the Island of Nasseau, the said Lambert Dorlant and Harampje his wife for
and in consideration of the sum of â¤86.10.0 lawful money of New York, to
them in hand paid by Jacobus Vandewater: all that farm or plantation lying
situate being in the town of Brooklyn in the County of Kings containing
about 40 acres as it is now in fence and formerly bought of John Danron
bounded on the East side by the land of Hendrick Sleght, on the West by the
land of Hendrick Stockell and on the north by the Kings Highway.
Harmpie Janse (her mark)
Presence, Henry filiken
Hendrick H.. H. Hendrickse
Recorded 21 October 1696
Image available at FamilySearch.org image 217
Transcript courtesy of Judy Cassidy as posted to email@example.com 11 January 2014.