Person:Symon Van Arsdalen (1)

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Symon Jansz van Aersdalen
m. ABT 26 MAR 1650
  1. Sijlijntje Simonsdr van Arsdalen1651 - BEF 1655
  2. Jan Simonsz van Arsdalen1652 - 1655
m. ABT 1658
  1. Geertje Simonse van ArsdalenABT 1659 - 1724
  2. Jannetje van ArsdalenBET 1660- 1665 - BET 1660 - 1665
  3. Nettye van ArsdalenBET 1660 - 1677 - BET 1655 - 1686
  4. Symon Simonse van ArsdalenBET 1663 - 1681 - BET 1659 - 1761
  5. Jannetie Simonse van ArsdalenABT 1665 - ABT 1732
  6. Cornelius Symonse van ArsdalenABT 1665 - bef 1745
  7. Jan Symonsen van ArsdalenABT 1667 - 1753
  8. Symon Simonse van ArsdalenABT 1669 - 1745
  9. Metje Sijmons van ArsdalenBEF 1673 -
  10. Marretje Simon van Arsdalen1678 - BET 1679 - 1772
Facts and Events
Name Symon Jansz van Aersdalen
Alt Name[3] Symon Jansen van Arsdalen
Gender Male
Alt Birth? 27 FEB 1627/28 Nukerke, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Birth? 1629 Nukerke, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Marriage ABT 26 MAR 1650 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlandsto Marijtje Balutsdr
Immigration[1][4][6] 1653 New Amsterdam, New York, New York, United States
Marriage ABT 1658 New Amsterdam, New York, New York, United Statesto Pieterje Claesen van Schouw
Occupation[1][4] 03 MAY 1660 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,Appointed a magistrate from Amersfoort (Flatlands).
Occupation[1][4] 03 JUL 1663 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,Chosen to represent Flatlands at the New Amsterdam Convention (his service qualifies him with Society of Colonial Dames).
Occupation[1][4] 1679/80 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,Elected a constable of Flatlands.
Occupation[2] 1686 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,Again appointed a magistrate from Flatlands.
Census[1][7] 1698 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,
Death[1][4] 29 OCT 1710 New Amersfoort, Kings Co, New York,
Burial[1][4][5] 29 OCT 1710 Flatlands Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Stevens, Bryce Henderson. Vanosdol family outline, 1597-1967. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1982), pg 2-3.
  2. A. Van Doren Honeyman. The Van Arsdale Family -- Pluckemin Line. (Somerset County Historical Quarterly, vol. 8 (April 1919)), p. 99.
  3. Davis, William W. H. (William Watts Hart); John W. (John Woolf) Jordan; and Warren S. (Warren Smedley) Ely. A genealogical and personal history of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1975), p. 279.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Schneider, Bessie Erma Van Osdol. Our vertical Van Osdol lineage from Symon Jansen Van Arsdalen through twelve generations: in memory of our pioneer Dutch ancestors. (Wichita, Kansas: B.V. Schneider, 1979), p. 14-15.
  5. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=81&GScid=1453158&GRid=49934584&.
  6. an old family history says,that he was employed to investigate the possibility of a pottery factory at New Amsterdam. Had a wife and children back home, who died of a pestilence while he was gone, and he elected to stay in America.
  7. Appears with a family of five, plus one slave.
  8.   New Amersfoort : http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nieuw-Amersfoort