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Sailed 16 April 1660 from Amsterdam, arriving New Amsterdam
Captain Pieter Lucasz
Source unless noted otherwsie:
Lists Of Inhabitants Of Colonial New York by Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan Chapter entitled Early Immigrants to New Netherland 1657-1664
Jan Seubering Jan Soubanick, from Byle in Drenthe [NWI][1] poss. Jan Roelofse Sebring
Albert Jansz from Drenthe [NWI]
Pieter Jacobsz, from East Friesland [NWI]
Cornelis Bartels, from Drenthe [NWI]
Steven van Voorhees Steeven Koorts from Drenthe, wife and 7 children; 22, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 yrs old [NWI]
Jan Kiers Jan Kiers, farmer, and wife from Drenthe [NWI]
Focke Jansz, farmer from Drenthe, wife and 7 children: 19, 17, 13, 11, 9, 3 yrs old, and nursing child [NWI][2]
Claes Arentsz from Drenthe, wife and 3 children: 6, 4, 3/4 yrs old and a boy aged 14 [NWI]
Gerrit Egbertsz, farmer's servant from Meppelt [NWI]
Beertien Dircx, maiden from Drenthe [NWI]
Egbertie Dircx, maiden from Drenthe [NWI]
Pieter Jansz, shoemaker from Drenthe, wife and 4 children: 15, 13, 9, 1/2 yr old [NWI]
Coert Cartensz, famer's servant from Drenthe [NWI]
Person:Roelof Swartwout (2) Roeloff Swartwout, farmer (on his return to New Netherland where he previously resided) [NWI]
Cornelis Jacobsz Van Leeuwen in the employ of Swartwout [NWI]
Arent Mertensz from Gelderland in the employ of Swartwout [NWI]
Ariaen Huijbertsz from Gelderland in the employ of Swartwout [NWI]
Albert Heymans, farmer, from Gelderland, wife and 8 children: 17, 15, 14, 9, 8, 7, 4, 2 yrs old [NWI]
Peter Timkam, tailor from Nimwegan, in the service of Director Stuyvesant [NWI]
Jan Jansz Mol [NWI]possible: [3]
Annetie Harmens, maiden, resides with paulus Leendertsz Van de Grift [NWI]
Beletie Foppe, resides with Jacob Leendertsz Van de Grift [NWI]
Elias Gijseling from Zeeland [NWI]
List Of Soldiers [NWI]
Claes Petersen, Adelborst from Detmarsum
Claes Hayen from Bremen
Jan Petersen from Detmarsen
Gerrit Manneel van Haen
Conraet Croos from Switzerland
Hendrick Eyck from Srahuys
Christian Bartels Ruysh from Amsterdam
Hendrich Steveterinck from Osnasnigge
Peter Martens from Laens
John Hamelton of Hamelton [ENN: owes David Craffort for his transprotation]
Johan Verpronck from Bonn above Ceulen; a Smith and Baker [ENN: Johan Spronck from Bonn above Ceulen]
Jan Wilekheresen from Bergen in Norway
Peter Petersen from Amsterdam, 1with his Wife and 3 children
Brant Kemenes from Dockum [ENN: Brant Hemmes from Dockum]
Dirck Jansen from Rylevelt
Harman Jansen Engsinck from Oldenseel [ENN: Assigns wages per yer to Beertie Jansen, his mother]
Johannes Levelin from Bulhausen
Michiel Brouwnal from (Berg) Mont-eassel
Jurriaen Fransen [name crossed out]
Jans Hansen Graer [name crossed out]
Footnote 1: It is a commonly held misconception that Pieter Pietersen from Amsterdan was the ancestor of the Ostrander family. Recent research by Chris Brooks, published in the :New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, clearly show the true origins of the Ostrander family. Read about Chris' findings on my Pier pages.