Person:Antje Spoor (1)

Watchers
m. Abt 1678
  1. Gerritt SPOORAbt 1678 - 1719
  2. Isaac SPOORAbt 1680 - Abt 1724
  3. Johannes SPOOR1680 - 1745
  4. Saartje SPOOR1684 - Bef 1709
  5. Antje Jans SPOOR1686 - 1690
  6. Barentje SPOORAbt 1688 -
  7. Nicholaas SPOOR1690 -
  8. Nicolas SPOOR1690 -
  9. Annetje SPOOR1691 -
  10. RebeccaSPOOR/SPOOR/ Rebeca1694 -
  11. Rachel SPOOR1697 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Antje Jans SPOOR
Gender Female
Alt Birth? Abt 1682 Poss. Albany Or Schen., Ny
Christening? 1682 Albany, Albany, Ny
Birth? 1686 Albany, Albany County, or Schenectady, Schenectady County, NY
Death[8] 9 Feb 1690 Schenectady, NY
Alt Death[9] 9 Feb 1690 Schenectady, NY
Alt Death? 9 Feb 1690 Schenectady, Ny
Reference Number? 3448


Ch: bp.; Antje; she was killed and burnt at Schenectady by the French and Indians Feb. 9, 1690

Antje Jans Spoor was born in 1686 in Albany or Schenectady, Albany, New York. She died on 9 Feb 1689/90 in Schenectady, Albany, New York. She "kild and burnt by French/Indians". She was "kild and burnt by French/Indians at Skinnechtady, 9 Feb. 1689-90, at the massacre in which 80 people perished.

From The Spoor Family in America, "also known as Antje Jans (I.E. Antje, daughter of Jan), was 'kild and burnt by French and Indians at Skinnechtady', 9 Feb. 1689-1690, at the massacre in which eighty people perished."

From The Personalities of Melvin Hill Cemetery by David Burnisky 1995 Antje, killed and burned by the French and Indians at Schenectady on 9 Feb. 1689/90;

References
  1. Collections on History of Albany.
  2. The Spoor Family in America by Marie A. Underwood.
  3. The Personalities of Melvin Hill Cemetery by David Burnisky 1995.
  4. Collections on History of Albany.
  5. The Spoor Family in America by Marie A. Underwood.
  6. The Personalities of Melvin Hill Cemetery by David Burnisky 1995.
  7. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ancestral File (R) (14). (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).
  8. Collections on History of Albany.
  9. Collections on History of Albany.