Person:Johannes Van Alst (1)

Johannes Van Alst
b.5 Aug 1667 New Amsterdam
m. Abt 1687
  1. Joris Van Alst1701 - 1767
  2. Johannes Van AlstAbt 1703 -
  3. Jacobus Van AlstAbt 1706 -
  4. Leah Van AlstAbt 1708 -
  5. Geesie Van AlstAbt 1710 -
  6. Jannetie Van AlstAbt 1712 -
Facts and Events
Name Johannes Van Alst
Gender Male
Birth[1] 5 Aug 1667 New Amsterdam
Marriage Abt 1687 New Amsterdamto Aeltie _____
Will[2] 16 Apr 1747
Will? 3 Apr 1749 will proved
Death[1] 1749 New Amsterdam
  1. 1.0 1.1 Family Recorded, in Riker, James. The annals of Newtown in Queens County, New-York: containing its history from its first settlement, together with many interesting facts concerning the adjacent towns : also, a particular account of numerous Long Island families now spread over this and various other states of the Union. (New York: D. Fanshaw, 1852)
  2. Liber 16; Will of JOHANES VAN ALST, in New York. Surrogate's Court (New York County); New York. Prerogative Court; Robert H Kelby; and William Smith Pelletreau. Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogate's Office, City of New York, 1665-1801. (New York, New York: Printed for the New York Historical Society, 1893-1909 [i.e. 1913])

    Page 411.--In the name of God, Amen, I, JOHANES VAN ALST, of Newtown, yeoman, being sick. I leave to my son Joris my negro wench "Bell" for his birthright. My children are to maintain my negro man "Hector" among them. After payment of debts I leave all my estate to my children, Joris, Johanes, Jacobus, Leah, wife of John Parcell, Geesie, wife of Abraham Rycker, and Janettie, wife of Jacob Skillman. I make my sons Joris and Johanes and my son-in-law, Abraham Rycker, executors.
    Dated April 16, 1747. Witnesses, Isaac Bragow [Isaac Bragaw], John Bragow [John Bragaw], Cornelius Berrien, Jr. Proved, April 3, 1749.

    [Corrections from vol. 16:174 added in brackets]