Person:Pieter Cornel (1)

Pieter Williamse Cornel
m. 1632
  1. Margariet Grietje Cornelisse1642 -
  2. William Giljamse Cornel - Bef 1702
  3. Pieter Williamse Cornel
  • HPieter Williamse Cornel
  • W.  Margaret Vercheur (add)
m. 1675
  1. Mary Cornel1680 - 1727
Facts and Events
Name Pieter Williamse Cornel
Alt Name Pieter Guilliamse Cornel
Gender Male
Living[1] 1661 Flatbush, Kings, New York, United States
Marriage 1675 Flatbush, Kings, New York, United Statesto Margaret Vercheur (add)
Will[1] 23 May 1689 Flatbush, Kings, New York, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 Bergen, Teunis G. Register in alphabetical order, of the early settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y: from its first settlement by Europeans to 1700; with contributions to their biographies and genealogies. ( New York: S.W. Green's Son, 1881)

    Pieter Guilliamse or Williamse (oldest s. of Gelyam Cornelise) of Flatbush—commonly so written, without the addition of Cornelise, Cornele, or Cornell—m. in 1675 Margarietje Verscheur (in the marriage record " Vernelle"), and resided in Flatbush. In 1661 he and his father bought of Jan Evertse Bout a bouwery of 48 morgens and 480 rods, with buildingplots, plain and meadow land, in Flatbush. Feb. 2, 1670, he was allotted, in pursuance of the patent of Flatbush, a double lot in said town lying between the lands of Adriaen Reyerse and those of Hendrick Joorise (Brinckerhoff), cong. 48 morgens and 39 rods, with plain and meadow land, as per p. 5 of Lib. A of Flatbush rec. Apl. 14, 1668, as heir of his father, he sold to Lowys Jansen about 27 morgens and 330 rods of the patent of upwards of 48 morgens granted to his father Aug. 9, 1658, with salt meadows and plain land, as per p. 36 of Lib. C of Flatbush rec. His name appears on ass. rolls of Flatbush of 1675 and '83, on Flatbush patent of 1685, and as a mem. of the R. D. ch. of Flatbush in 1677; and his will is da. May 23, 1689, and rec. on p. 141 of Lib. A of Flatbush rec[ords]. July 17, 1666, he paid 40 gl. for burying his father and mother in Flatbush ch[urch]. Oct. 8, 1686 (as Pierre Guilleaum), he was commissioned a lieut. of militia of the Flatbush company, as per p. 148 of Cal. of Eng. Man. Issue:—Guilliame, b. 1679; Cornells; Jacob, b. 1683; Maria, b. 1686; and Pieter. Signed his name "Pieter Wuellemsen.