Johannes Schuyler1

M, #4891, b. 12 March 1684, d. July 1740
Father*Peter Davids Schuyler1 b. 18 Apr 1659, d. 3 Jul 1696
Mother*Alida Van Slichtenhorst1 b. c 1660, d. 25 Dec 1748
Baptism*12 March 1684 Johannes Schuyler was baptized on 12 March 1684 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Willem Claez and Maria Schuyler.1 
Occupation* He was a was the Vice Admiral of Schoutbynacht in Surinam.2 
Death*July 1740 He died in July 1740 at age 56. 
Burial*22 July 1740 He was buried on 22 July 1740 at Reformed Dutch Church Cemetery, Albany, Albany County, New York.1 

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p25.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003, *Prepared by I. D. McElhaney - 1993 Reference material includes Information from James O. Schuyler Schuyler Genealogy Book by Florence Christoph.

Catalina Schuyler1

F, #4892, b. 10 October 1686
Father*Peter Davids Schuyler1 b. 18 Apr 1659, d. 3 Jul 1696
Mother*Alida Van Slichtenhorst1 b. c 1660, d. 25 Dec 1748
Married Name Her married name was Bogert. 
Baptism*10 October 1686 Catalina Schuyler was baptized on 10 October 1686 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: David Schuyler, Margaret Schuyler.1 

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p25.

Alida Schuyler1

F, #4893, b. 21 January 1693
Father*Peter Davids Schuyler1 b. 18 Apr 1659, d. 3 Jul 1696
Mother*Alida Van Slichtenhorst1 b. c 1660, d. 25 Dec 1748
Baptism*21 January 1693 Alida Schuyler was baptized on 21 January 1693 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Pieter Schulyer and Geertruy Groesbeck.1 
(Witness) Baptism10 March 1723 She was witnesses to the baptism of Peter David Schuyler on 10 March 1723 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Dirk Bratt and Alida Schulyer.2 

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p25.
  2. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.

Phillip Schuyler1

M, #4894, b. 28 October 1694
Father*Peter Davids Schuyler1 b. 18 Apr 1659, d. 3 Jul 1696
Mother*Alida Van Slichtenhorst1 b. c 1660, d. 25 Dec 1748
Baptism*28 October 1694 Phillip Schuyler was baptized on 28 October 1694 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: John Abeell and Bata Slegtenhorst (Mother's sister or neice.)1 
Census*1720 Phillip Schuyler appeared on the census of 1720 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York.2 

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p25.
  2. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html

Pieter Schuyler1

M, #4895, b. 8 September 1696, d. before 1767
Father*Peter Davids Schuyler1 b. 18 Apr 1659, d. 3 Jul 1696
Mother*Alida Van Slichtenhorst1 b. c 1660, d. 25 Dec 1748
Baptism*8 September 1696 Pieter Schuyler was baptized on 8 September 1696 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: David, Myndert, and Gertrude Schuyler.1 
Death*before 1767 He died before 1767.1 

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p25.

Anna Bratt1

F, #4896, b. 27 September 1700, d. circa September 1723
Father*Dirk Arentsen Brat2 b. c 1670
Mother*Maria Van Eps2 b. c 1675
Married Name Her married name was Schuyler.1 
Birth*27 September 1700 Anna Bratt was born on 27 September 1700.1 
Baptism29 September 1700 She was baptized on 29 September 1700 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Gisbert, Selena.1,3 
Marriage*17 July 1720 She married David Schuyler, son of Peter Davids Schuyler and Alida Van Slichtenhorst, on 17 July 1720 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.1 
Death*circa September 1723 Anna Bratt died circa September 1723. 
Burial*24 September 1723 She was buried on 24 September 1723 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.1 

Family

David Schuyler b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Child

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, daughter, Anna's baptism.
  3. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.

Peter David Schuyler1

M, #4897, b. 10 March 1723, d. 1791
Father*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Anna Bratt1 b. 27 Sep 1700, d. c Sep 1723
Baptism*10 March 1723 Peter David Schuyler was baptized on 10 March 1723 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Sponsors: Dirk Bratt and Alida Schulyer.1 
Marriage*9 June 1743 He married Elizabeth Barbara Herkimer on 9 June 1743.2 
(Witness) Residence1764 A map drawn as a result of a survey of the Van Horne Patent in 1764, shows the 'Widow Schuyler' with a house on Lot No. 26, David Schuyler's son Peter D. with a house on Lot No. 28, and David's son-in-law Joseph Mabee with a house on Lot No. 27, all in a row on the Third Allotment.3 
Residence*1764 Peter David Schuyler and Elizabeth Barbara Herkimer lived in 1764 at Lot 28, Van Horne Patent, Canajoharie, Albany County, New York.3 
Death*1791 Peter David Schuyler died in 1791.1 

Family

Elizabeth Barbara Herkimer b. 9 Jun 1726
Child

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.
  3. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003, A map drawn as a result of a survey of the Van Horne Patent in 1764, shows the 'Widow Schuyler' with a house on Lot No. 26, David's son Peter D. with a house on Lot No. 28, and David's son-in-law Joseph Mabee with a house on Lot No. 27, all in a row on the Third Allotment.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Kurtis Family Tree.

Aeltje Lansing1

F, #4898, b. 23 October 1637, d. September 1685
Birth*23 October 1637 Aeltje Lansing was born on 23 October 1637 at Hasselt, Overijsseel, Netherlands.1 
Marriage* She married Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst.1 
Death*September 1685 Aeltje Lansing died in September 1685 at Albany, Albany County, New York, at age 47.1 

Family

Gerrit Van Slichtenhorst b. 1627, d. 9 Jan 1684
Child

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Marcellus Family Tree.

John A. Schuyler1

M, #4899, b. 1725
Father*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Margaretha (?)1 b. s 1700
Birth*1725 John A. Schuyler was born in 1725.1 
Marriage*29 January 1750 He married Catharine Bogardus on 29 January 1750.2 

Family

Catharine Bogardus b. 18 Feb 1730

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.

Adoniah Schuyler1

M, #4900, b. circa 1728, d. between 1775 and 1789
Father*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Margaretha (?)1 b. s 1700
Anecdote* Adoniah Schuyler - was born about 1728. He probably died before 1787 when his wife signed an indenture for their son, Nicholas A. Schuyler. Andonia is not shown in the 1790 Census, as only his wife is shown as 'Leah' for Canajoharie Town, Montgomery County, NY. Adoniah married Leah, probably before 1763. Adoniah is listed in the will of his father as Adoniah, but his son David A. Schuyler calls his father Anthony in a Fulton County Deed. In the mid to late 1700s, Adoniah probably lived on or near the Van Horne Patent along with his father and brothers. In 1766, Adonia, his mother, his brother Philip and brother-in-law Joseph Mabee mortgaged land on the Van Horne Patent. The Dorthea Schuyler who was sponsor at the baptism of Lea Whiting in 1786 is possibly a daughter of Adoniah. If we consider him the second born son he must be younger than David who was born about 1730. Adoniah died after 1775 when his last child is born and before 1789 when his son Peter is married.2 
Name Variation  Adoniah Schuyler was also known as Anthony. 
Birth*circa 1728 He was born circa 1728.1 
Marriage*before 1763 He married Leah (?) before 1763.3 
Memo*1766 Adoniah Schuyler paid taxes of £2 in 1766 at Canajoharie, Albany County, New York.4 
(Witness) Land7 July 1766 7 July 1766 Joseph Mabee of Canajoharie along with Margaret, Adonia, and Phillip Schuyler mortgaged property to John Duncan of Schenectady. The property was part of the estate of David Schuyler, deceased.5 
Death*between 1775 and 1789 He died between 1775 and 1789.1 

Family

Leah (?) b. s 1740, d. a 1790

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003, Prepared by I. D. McElhaney Reference materials include Information from James O. Schuyler [abeel.FTW] [hawkins2.FTW] [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #5040, Date of Import: 3 Mar 2000].
  3. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.
  4. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, Canajoharie Tax List - 1766.
  5. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Albany County, New York Mortgage Books, Book 2, pg 59, LDS Film 463,352.

Phillip Schuyler1

M, #4902, b. circa 1735, d. 6 August 1777
Father*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Margaretha (?)1 b. s 1700
Birth*circa 1735 Phillip Schuyler was born circa 1735.1 
Marriage* He married Anna (?)2 
(Witness) Land7 July 1766 7 July 1766 Joseph Mabee of Canajoharie along with Margaret, Adonia, and Phillip Schuyler mortgaged property to John Duncan of Schenectady. The property was part of the estate of David Schuyler, deceased.3 
MilService*  Phillip Schuyler was in the military, The death of Private Philip Schuyler in the Battle of Oriskany while serving in the Kingsland & German Flatts District Regiment of Tryon County Militia and the pensioning of his widow, Anna, is documented in New York State Archives Collection Number AO0870-77.4 
Death*6 August 1777 He died on 6 August 1777 at Battle of Oriskany.4 
Burial* He was buried at Oriskany Battleground, Whitestown, Oneida County, New York.5 

Family

Anna (?) b. s 1735

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003, The death of Private Philip Schuyler and the pensioning of his widow, Anna, is documented in New York State Archives Collection Number AO0870-77.
  3. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Albany County, New York Mortgage Books, Book 2, pg 59, LDS Film 463,352.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 94931441, documented in New York State Archives Collection Number AO0870-77.
  5. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 94931441.

Jacob Schuyler1

M, #4903, b. 24 March 1734, d. circa 14 June 1825
Father*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother*Margaretha (?)1 b. s 1700
Birth*24 March 1734 Jacob Schuyler was born on 24 March 1734 at Herkimer County, New York.2 
Marriage* He married Delia (?)3 
(Witness) Baptism12 February 1787 Jacob Schuyler was witnesses to the baptism of James Mabee on 12 February 1787 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Jacob Schuyler and Delia.4 
Land*24 April 1794  On 24 April 1794 at Oneida Reservation, Herkimer County, New York, Jacob Schuyler and Joseph Mabie claim land in Madison Co. apparently recently sold by the Oneida Nation (presumably to the State of New York) by right of pre-emption. Claim 92, in the Oneida Claims of Pre-Emption of 1794/5, is for both Jacob Schuyler and Joseph Mabee and includes affidavits by Peter Marsh and Gerrit Van Slyck that Jacob and Joseph did in fact lease the land from the Oneidas. That the land is between Chittenango and the Military Tract lands. Says that Joseph Mabee and Jacob Schuyler, David Schuyler Jr. and said Peter & Gerrit all occupy land in this area and have done so with the consent of the Oneidas. The land records are on LDS film 946422. [Duett]
... Jacob Schuyler and Joseph Mabee leased of the Onidas all the lands mentioned within the lease for themeselves and the following mentioned persons (viz.) Peter Marsh, Gerrit Van Slyck, David Schuyler Jr, Hezekiah Olcott, and Jacob Price... they are all of full age and have children except the said David Schuyler, Jr. [Schuyler]5,6 
Land7 December 1795 Jacob Schuyler & Joseph Mabee Several Occupants on Onida Reservation
Under the following memorandum, writing or agreement, Onida, April twenty fourth day one thousand seven hundred ninety four. Know all men that we the native Indians of Onida nominated Sachems, Chiefs & Warriors, do elect, empower Jacob Reed to act & transact a business of importance with Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler of the State of New York & County of Herkimer. I, therefore Jacob Reed do grant the farm let unto Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler, a certain tract or parcel of land which we the said Natives are unable to improve, lying on our reserve commonly call The Chedenango (alias Chittelingo) above the main bridge, both sides of the creek. Therefore they the said Native Indians do Covenant & agree with Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler, their heirs & assigns, that the said Joseph & Jacob shall have hold, occupy & enjoy the said tract or parcel of land one year free from the time the said Joseph & Jacob their heirs & assigns shall improve on the same: and the second year they the said Joseph & Jacob their heirs or assigns shall pay forty pounds or one hundred dollars until the full end & term of three years: to have & to hold the said parcel of land before mentioned, free, clear, peaceable & unmolested during the term of years. In witness where of to these presents, on behalf of the chiefs, Sachems & warriors I do set my hand & name in Onida on the day & date first mentioned. (signed) Jacob Reed
Also a memorandum in the following words, annex'd to the above.
By order of the Sachems, Chiefs & Warriors of the Onida Nation of Indians I hereby certify that Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler leased of the Onidas all the lands mentioned in the within lease for themselves & the following mentioned persons /viz./ Peter Marsh, Gerrit Van Slyck, David Schuyler Jun., Hezekiah Olcott & Jacob Rice & not inserting the five last mentioned persons in this lease is by reason. That the said Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler became sureties for said rent within mentioned lease. And said lease is to comprehend the Chedenanka & Tuscarora lands. I do further certify that myself & the Chiefs of our tribe & our surveyor attended at Canasaroga to measure the said lands as in said lease mentioned That the said mentioned persons were actually improving the said lands & the said parties desired us to put off the measurement of said lands, being one hundred acres to each, until a final settlement with our tribe & the State of New York should take place; and no other person has any rights from us to claim by lease or improvement any lands lying between Chedenanka & the Military line.
December 7, 1795     By order of the Sachems & Warriors of our tribe. (signed) Jacob Reed

Herkimer County
Peter Marsh & Gerrit Van Slyke (now resident on Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, depose & say that they were present & saw Jacob Reed subscribe the last mentioned Certificate on the 7th day of December instant, & at the same time heard the said Jacob Reed acknowledge that he had on behalf of the Onida Nation given & entered into the foregoing agreement or lease to & with the above named Joseph Mabee & Jacob Schuyler and the deponents further say that the said agreement as aforesaid was made by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation of Indians, as they have often heard sundry of the same Nation confess & acknowledge; particularly the said Peter Marsh says that early in the month of April last past, Schenando, Ludwick, Anthony, Jacob Dackstedder, John Denny & some others of the Chiefs of the said Nation, together with a surveyor called upon the persons in the said lease or agreement mentioned at their houses & offered & proposed to survey off the said tract to the said persons, but the survey was postponed for the reasons in the foregoing certificate of John Reed mentioned. These Deponents further say that the above named Joseph Mabee was actually resident on the said tract of land (between the Chittelingo & the Military Tract of lands) on the first of July 1794 & has occupied & improved thereon to this time by the consent of the said Onida Nation. And these Deponents further say that the said Jacob Schuyler, David Schuyler Jun. & the said Peter & Gerrit occupied & improved the said described piece of land before & on the first day of January last past, & by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation and also that they are all of full age & have families except the said David Schuyler Jun. But whether the dwelling houses of the said persons (except the said Joseph Mabee) are situated on the tract lately purchased of the Onida Nation, these Deponents are ignorant, the line between the said tract & Hardenburgh's location not being ascertained, & the houses standing near the same. Conrad Klock, (resident on the Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, says that the above named persons have occupied & improved the tract of land above described for more than one year last past by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation, as he verily believes.
Sworn this 9th day of December 1795 Before me Hugh White, Justice & Judge
(signed) Peter Marsh, Conrad Klock (his mark) and Gerrit Van Slyck (his mark.)5,7 
Land*8 December 1795 Jacob Schuyler Occupant on Onida Reservation of an improved piece or parcel of land situate on the southwesterly tract of the Onida Reservation on the west side of the Shattelingo branch, so called, & on the south side of the Genesee road leading to the Deep Springs about one mile & adjoining to the said Shettelingo branch; said improved piece of land as now cultivated containing about eighteen acres
Herkimer County: Jacob Seeber (a resident on the Onida Reservation) being duly sworn, depseth & says that: the above named Jacob Schuyler has possessed, occupied & improved the above described piece of land for more than four years last past & has continued his said occupation to this time. And that Deponent further says that the occupation & improvement of the said Jacob as aforesaid was by the consent & approbation of the Onida Nation of Indians, according to the best knowledge & belief of this deponent; having seen the said Indians receive rent from him the said Jacob; but the said Jacob's dwelling house is a little northerly of the tract lately purchased from the said Indians, on what is called Hardenburgh's location, yet one Joseph Mabee (brother in law to the said Jacob) actually resides with his family on the said described piece of land & has constantly occupied the same for eighteen months last past with the consent of the Indians. And further the Deponent saith not.     signed) Jacob Seeber
Sworn this 8th day of December 1795 before me Hugh White, Justice.7 
Census*1800 Jacob Schuyler appeared on the census of 1800 at Cazenovia, Chenango County, New York.8 
(Witness) Quit Claim26 January 1814 26 January 1814 Jacob Schuyler signed a quitclaim on the property being sold to George Herkimer from the estate of David Schuyler. Listed as signers by signature or mark of the quitclaim deed are John Jos Schuyler, Caty Pickard, Peter P. Schuyler, P. Marsh, Dorothy Marsh, Garret Van Slyck, Anna Van Slyck, Catherine Ehle, Nicholas Maher, Jacob Schuyler, Alida Herkimer, John A. Schuyler, David A. Schuyler, Peter A. Schuyler, Nicholas Schuyler, and Joseph Loux.9 
Death*circa 14 June 1825 Jacob Schuyler died circa 14 June 1825 at Cazenovia, Madison County, New York.1 

Family

Delia (?) b. 1751, d. 1831

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), Film #: 457814.
  3. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.
  4. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve).
  5. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : New York State Surveyor General Field Book 27, Claim 92.
  6. [S92] Mack D. Duett, "Ehle Family Records," e-mail to John MayBee, LDS film 946422.
  7. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., LDS Film 946422, Surveyors' Field Books.
  8. [S73] United States Census of 1800 for New York : page 940, line 6.
  9. [S92] Mack D. Duett, "Ehle Family Records," e-mail to John MayBee, 13 July 1999. Quit Claim - Otsego County NY
    Deeds. Lieber T, p.4-8 dated 26 Jan 1814, rec'd 8 Mar 1815.

Delia (?)1

F, #4904, b. 1751, d. 1831
Married Name Her married name was Schuyler.1 
Birth*1751 Delia (?) was born in 1751.1 
Marriage* She married Jacob Schuyler, son of David Schuyler and Margaretha (?).2 
(Witness) Baptism12 February 1787 Delia (?) was witnesses to the baptism of James Mabee on 12 February 1787 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Montgomery County, New York; Witnesses: Jacob Schuyler and Delia.3 
Death*1831 Delia (?) died in 1831.1 

Family

Jacob Schuyler b. 24 Mar 1734, d. c 14 Jun 1825

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p84.
  2. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.
  3. [S68] Records of the Reformed Dutch Church at German Flats (from Steve).

Alida Schuyler1

F, #4907, b. 1752, d. 3 November 1830
Father-Can*David Schuyler1 b. 12 Dec 1688, d. Nov 1762
Mother-Can*Margaretha (?)1 b. s 1700
Married Name Her married name was Herkimer.1 
Birth*1752 Alida Schuyler was born in 1752 at Albany County, New York.1,2 
Marriage*15 November 1768 She married George Herkimer on 15 November 1768 at Reformed Dutch Church, Stone Arabia, Albany County, New York.1,3 
(Witness) Baptism10 August 1779 Alida Schuyler was witnesses to the baptism of Alida Mabee on 10 August 1779 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Tryon County, New York; Sponsors: George Hergheimer, Esq. and Alita.4,5 
(Witness) Baptism24 January 1790 Alida Schuyler was witnesses to the baptism of Alida Meyers on 24 January 1790 at Reformed Dutch Church, Saint Johnsville, Montgomery County, New York; Sponsors: Uries Riest and Alida Herchimer.6 
(Witness) Quit Claim26 January 1814 26 January 1814 Alida Schuyler signed a quitclaim on the property being sold to George Herkimer from the estate of David Schuyler. Listed as signers by signature or mark of the quitclaim deed are John Jos Schuyler, Caty Pickard, Peter P. Schuyler, P. Marsh, Dorothy Marsh, Garret Van Slyck, Anna Van Slyck, Catherine Ehle, Nicholas Maher, Jacob Schuyler, Alida Herkimer, John A. Schuyler, David A. Schuyler, Peter A. Schuyler, Nicholas Schuyler, and Joseph Loux.7 
Death*3 November 1830 Alida Schuyler died on 3 November 1830.8,9 
Burial* She was buried at Herkimer Home Burial Ground, Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York. Inscription "Alida Herkimer died Nov. 3, 1830 aged 78 years."9 

Family

George Herkimer b. 1744, d. 24 May 1788

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p85.
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 8865668. "Alida Herkimer died Nov. 3, 1830 aged 78 years."
  3. [S80] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Marriage Records of Stone Arabia, #261.
  4. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives.
  5. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, 36.
  6. [S79] St. John's Church Archives, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  7. [S92] Mack D. Duett, "Ehle Family Records," e-mail to John MayBee, 13 July 1999. Quit Claim - Otsego County NY
    Deeds. Lieber T, p.4-8 dated 26 Jan 1814, rec'd 8 Mar 1815.
  8. [S273] RootsWeb from Christopher Hawkins , 18 Oct 2003.
  9. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 8865668.

George Herkimer1

M, #4908, b. 1744, d. 24 May 1788
Name Variation  George Herkimer was also known as Hergheimer , Esq. 
Birth*1744 He was born in 1744 at Herkimer, New York, son of Johan Jost Herkimer & Cathrine Petri.1,2 
Marriage*15 November 1768 He married Alida Schuyler, daughter of David Schuyler and Margaretha (?), on 15 November 1768 at Reformed Dutch Church, Stone Arabia, Albany County, New York.1,3 
(Witness) Baptism10 August 1779 George Herkimer was witnesses to the baptism of Alida Mabee on 10 August 1779 at Reformed Dutch Church, German Flatts, Tryon County, New York; Sponsors: George Hergheimer, Esq. and Alita.4,5 
Death*24 May 1788 George Herkimer died on 24 May 1788 at Danube, Herkimer County, New York.1,2 
Burial* He was buried at Herkimer Home Burial Ground, Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York.2 

Family

Alida Schuyler b. 1752, d. 3 Nov 1830

Citations

  1. [S30] Joseph Maybee and Catherine Schuyler, Volume: XV : Copies of pages from Schuyler book, p85.
  2. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 8664472.
  3. [S80] Arthur C. M. Kelly, Marriage Records of Stone Arabia, #261.
  4. [S31] Pickard and Allied Families, Annotated manuscript by Marilyn Ford Anderson and Anna Carpenter Waite, 1983 Maybee Society Archives.
  5. [S82] Maryly B Penrose, Compendium of Early Mohawk Valley Families, 36.

Maria Mabie

F, #4909, b. 5 May 1700, d. 12 December 1735
Father*Jan Pieterse Mabee1 b. 30 Sep 1654, d. 8 Apr 1725
Mother*Anna Borsboom b. 1662, d. c 1713
Reference2-9
Info* Information on her came from Charles C. Stoodley.#147, John A. & Mary Maybee, #58, Frances Hindmarsh, #160 or Shirley & John Weihing, #138, E. Dorothy Karl, #139 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Van Dyke. 
Name Variation  Maria Mabie was also known as Maritje. 
Birth1700 She was born in 1700 at Woestina (the wilderness greater than five miles west of Schenectady), Albany County, New York.2 
Baptism*5 May 1700 She was baptized on 5 May 1700 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Jacobus van Dyke and Sara Peek.3 
Religion*April 1718  In April 1718 Maria Mabie and Pieter Mabee were accepted as members of the at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.4 
Residence*1721 Maria Mabie lived in 1721 at Woestina (the wilderness greater than five miles west of Schenectady), Albany County, New York.5 
Marriage*12 November 1721 She married Cornelius Van Dyke, son of Jacobus van Dyck and Jacomyntje Glen, on 12 November 1721 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.6,1 
(Witness) Baptism25 December 1723 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Maria Van Antwerpen on 25 December 1723 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Cornelis Van Dyk and Maritie Meby.1 
(Witness) Baptism29 November 1724 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Maria Mabie on 29 November 1724 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Cornelius Van Dyke and Maritje Meby.7,1 
(Witness) Probate13 September 1725 Maria Mabie was mentioned when Jan Pieterse Mabee's will was probated on 13 September 1725. "Jacob, acting as the executor of his father John's will, received receipts for bequests of £35-14-3 1/2
Arentdt and Tribtje Bradt on June 23, 1732;
Cornelius Van Dyke and his wife Maria Maby on 27 June 1732;
Peter Daniese and his wife Engerltje on July 7, 1732;
John Farely and Mattje Meebie on February 16, 1732/3; and
Cornelius Slingerandt and his wife Aghje on July 7, 1749."8 
(Witness) Baptism19 January 1728 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of John Mabee on 19 January 1728 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Cornelis Van Dyke and wife Maritie Meby.1 
(Witness) Baptism1730 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Margreita Mabie in 1730 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Cornelius Van Dyke and Maria Mebi
The margins of the original records of the Schenectady Church for 1729 and 1730 have deteriorated and the dates did not survive.9 
(Witness) Baptism28 May 1732 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Maria Farley on 28 May 1732 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Cornelius van Dyk and Maria Mebi.1 
Death*12 December 1735 Maria Mabie died on 12 December 1735 at Schenectady County, New York, at age 35.10,11 
BaptismLDS27 March 1991 She was baptized (by proxy) on 27 March 1991. 

Family

Cornelius Van Dyke b. 28 Aug 1698, d. 17 Feb 1758/59
Children

Citations

  1. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  2. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, marriage entry.
  3. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, one of twelve baptism entries for this day.
  4. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, membership list.
  5. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, Marriage Banns.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  7. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 118.
  8. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents : M-LEG-1 to 5.
  9. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, only year given for baptism.
  10. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147., from charles.ged, Date of Import: 16 Apr 2000.
  11. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147.
  12. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, baptismal entry has father as Pieter Daniels Van Antwerpen.

Engeltie Jans Mabie

F, #4910, b. 10 November 1697
Father*Jan Pieterse Mabee1 b. 30 Sep 1654, d. 8 Apr 1725
Mother*Anna Borsboom2 b. 1662, d. c 1713
Reference2-8
Info* Information on her came from John A. & Mary Maybee of Schenectady,#58. Elizabeth Dorothy Lincoln Karl, #139, Charles C. Stoodley.#147. to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Van Antwerpen.3 
Baptism*10 November 1697 Engeltie Jans Mabie was baptized on 10 November 1697 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Jacobus Peek and Jannetje Reyers.3,1 
Marriage*say 1717 She married Pieter Danielse Van Antwerpen, son of Daniel Janse Van Antwerpen and Maria Symonse Groot, say 1717.3 
(Witness) Baptism1 September 1722 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Anna Mabie on 1 September 1722 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Pieter Danielsen and Engeltien Mebi.3,1 
(Witness) Probate13 September 1725 Engeltie Jans Mabie was mentioned when Jan Pieterse Mabee's will was probated on 13 September 1725. "Jacob, acting as the executor of his father John's will, received receipts for bequests of £35-14-3 1/2
Arentdt and Tribtje Bradt on June 23, 1732;
Cornelius Van Dyke and his wife Maria Maby on 27 June 1732;
Peter Daniese and his wife Engerltje on July 7, 1732;
John Farely and Mattje Meebie on February 16, 1732/3; and
Cornelius Slingerandt and his wife Aghje on July 7, 1749."4 
Religion*23 March 1726  On 23 March 1726 Engeltie Jans Mabie, her sisterAnnetje Mebi, and Catrina Mebi were entered as members of the at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.5 
Note*  Robert Sager gives her date of death as 1733. This is impossible as she is named at baptisms after this. 
(Witness) Baptism15 April 1733 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Margrieta Meby on 15 April 1733 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Pieter van Antwerpen and Engeltje Meby.1,6 
(Witness) Baptism26 August 1733 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Engeltje Brat on 26 August 1733 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi.1 
(Witness) Baptism13 October 1734 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Margarita Mebie on 13 October 1734 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebi.1 
(Witness) Baptism26 August 1744 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Petrus Mabie on 26 August 1744 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Daniels van Antwerpen and Engeltje Mebie.1 
(Witness) Baptism11 November 1750 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Johannes Fonda on 11 November 1750 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Abraham Mebie and Engeltje Mebie.1 
(Witness) Baptism5 January 1777 Engeltie Jans Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Abraham Van Antwerpen on 5 January 1777 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter D. van Antwerpe and Engeltje van Antwerpen.1 
BaptismLDS27 March 1991 Engeltie Jans Mabie was baptized (by proxy) on 27 March 1991. 

Family

Pieter Danielse Van Antwerpen b. 1688
Children

Citations

  1. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  2. [S64] Records from Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.
  3. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 118.
  4. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents : M-LEG-1 to 5.
  5. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, membership list.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  7. [S83] List of the Freeholders of Schenectady, online http:www.scpl.org/census/1720sch.html.

Annetje Mebi

F, #4911, b. 16 April 1693, d. 1736
Father*Jan Pieterse Mabee1 b. 30 Sep 1654, d. 8 Apr 1725
Mother*Anna Borsboom1 b. 1662, d. c 1713
Reference2-6
Name Variation  Annetje Mebi was also known as Anna.2 
Married Name Her married name was Veder.3,4 
Birth1693 She was born in 1693 at Woestina (the wilderness greater than five miles west of Schenectady), Albany County, New York.2 
Baptism*16 April 1693 She was baptized on 16 April 1693 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Jan Hendricksz Vrooman, Cornelia Pieterse van Olinda.3,1 
(Witness) Census16 June 1697 Annetje Mebi appeared on the census of 16 June 1697 in the household of Jan Pieterse Mabee and Anna Borsboom at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York,
; Census says Mebbee, Jan Men:1, Women: 1, Children: 6.5 
Marriage*19 July 1715 Annetje Mebi married Helmigh Gerritson Veder, son of Gerrit Simonse Veeder and Catharine Helmerse Otten, on 19 July 1715 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.3,4 
(Witness) Baptism23 March 1717 Annetje Mebi was witnesses to the baptism of Jacob Pootman on 23 March 1717 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Helmus Veder and Annetien Veder.4 
(Witness) Baptism24 December 1720 Annetje Mebi was witnesses to the baptism of Rachel Slingerlant on 24 December 1720 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Helmus Veder and Annetien Veders.4 
(Witness) Baptism18 February 1721 Annetje Mebi was witnesses to the baptism of Caherina Pootman on 18 February 1721 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Jacob Mebi and Annatien Vedders.4 
Religion*23 March 1726  On 23 March 1726 Annetje Mebi, her sisterEngeltie Jans Mabie, and Catrina Mebi were entered as members of the at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.6 
(Witness) Baptism30 December 1727 Annetje Mebi was witnesses to the baptism of Annatie Van Dyke on 30 December 1727 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Helemes Feder and Annatie Mebie.4 
(Witness) Baptism29 October 1732 Annetje Mebi was witnesses to the baptism of Anna Mabie on 29 October 1732 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Helmer Veder and Annetje Mebi.4 
Death*1736 Annetje Mebi died in 1736. 
BaptismLDS2 December 1992 She was baptized (by proxy) on 2 December 1992. 

Family

Helmigh Gerritson Veder b. 22 Oct 1690
Children

Citations

  1. [S64] Records from Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.
  2. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, marriage.
  3. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 118.
  4. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  5. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html
  6. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, membership list.
  7. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.

Jacob Mabee

M, #4912, b. between 1687 and 1689, d. 28 April 1755
Father*Jan Pieterse Mabee b. 30 Sep 1654, d. 8 Apr 1725
Mother*Anna Borsboom b. 1662, d. c 1713
Reference2-4
Baptism Name His baptism name was Meby. 
Name Variation  Jacob Mabee was also known as Mebie. 
Birth*between 1687 and 1689 He was born between 1687 and 1689 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Birth1 March 1698? He was born on 1 March 1698? At Schenectady, New York, probably wrong.2 
Baptism5 May 1700 He was baptized on 5 May 1700 at Schenectady County, New York; not in RDC Schebectady records - is wrong.3 
Anecdote*1715 The Muster Roll for the 2nd Foot Company of Schenectady includes the names Pieter Mebie, Jacob Meebie and Abraham Meebie.4 
(Witness) Baptism18 February 1721 He was witnesses to the baptism of Caherina Pootman on 18 February 1721 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Jacob Mebi and Annatien Vedders.5 
Memo*between 1725 and 1755 Jacob Mabee inherited the between 1725 and 1755 at Mabee Farm, Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady County, New York.6 
(Witness) Will3 April 1725 He was mentioned in the will of Jan Pieterse Mabee on 3 April 1725 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York. "In the Name of God Amen the third day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred twenty and five I John Mabee of the Township of Schenectady in the County of Albany in the province of New York Yeoman being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God therefore Calling to mind the Mortality of my body and knowing It is appointed for all men once to dye Do make and ordaine this my last will and Testament That is to Say principally and first of all I give and recomend my Soul into the hands of God that gaveth and for my body I recomend it to the Earth to be buryed in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my Executors Nothing doubting but at my resurrection I shall receive the Same again by the mighty power of God and as touching Such worldly Estate wherewith It hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the Same in the following manner and form
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my oldest Son Peter Mabee all and Singular my lands and tenements lying and being on the North side of the Mohawks river between the Lands of Lawrence Van der Volgen of the Lands of Col Stevan Grossbeck with all the priviledges and ________________ to the Same belonging unto the said Peter Mabee and to his heirs forever paying the rent, and one hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among his sisters and that at or before Seven years after my decease he to pay but 150 as oldest Son.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Second Son Jacob all and Singular my estate on the South side of the Mohawks river lying and being between Jacobus Peck's land and the land of Peter Vrooman together with houses barns barricks orchards gardens pastures swamps thereunto belonging or appertaining likewise all ploughs harrows hoes axes waggons sleys or other utensils for working on the said Farm except cattle unto the Said Jacob Mabee and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Said Sisters the just Sum of two hundred and fifty pounds current money and that at or before Seven years after my decease and equally to be divided between his Seven Sisters my daughters and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter towards the rent of his land forever as accknowledgment being his oldest Brother Item I give to my youngest Son Abraham Mabee all and Singular that house and lott of ground where he now lives lying in the Town of Schenectady aforesaid between the lotts of Benjamin van Platt and the Ministers lott together with the pasture ground that lyes between the pasture ground of Harmanus Vedder and the pasture ground of Capt. Harmen van Slike likewise all the arable land lyeing between the land of Martin Van ________and the land of Aron Vedder on the south Side of the road way together with the Swamp or criplebush thereunto adjoyning unto my son Abraham and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Sisters two hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among them and that at or before Seven years after my decease and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter or to his heirs forever towards the paying the rent of his farm and accknowledgment of being his oldest Brother
Item I give to my daughter Margarett the half of all my lands where she now lives called Kadoritha during her natural life
Item the other half of the Said land called Kadoritha that Nicholas Hall hath hired for fifteen years the Said hire to be divided between my Son Peter and Jacob and at the death of my Daughter Margarett and the Expiration of the said fifteen years all my the Said lands and Tenements at Kadoritha to be equally divided between my Said Sons that my son Peter and Jacob and to them and their heirs and assigns forever
Item It is my further will that in Six months after my decease that all my movable Estate goods and Chattels except those things I have already given to my Son Jacob for the use of the farm be appraised and equally divided between all my children that is Sons and Daughters alike not the one more than the other Item That my three sons that is Peter Jacob and Abraham pay first all my debts and then enter into Articles for payment of their Sisters at the Expiration of Seven years as before mentioned at the Expiration of the Said Six Months in the presence of my Executors hereafter mentioned and I do likewise Constitute make and ordaine Jacobus Van Dyke and Caleb Beck Executors to this my last will and Testament and do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former Testaments Wills Bequests and Executors in me before this time named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this & no other to be my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto ____________________this day and year first written
John J Mabee his mark
Signed Sealed published and declared by the Said John Mabee as his last will and Testament in the presence of us the Subscribers viz.
Jan Danielse Johannes Peck Harme________."7 
Marriage*7 August 1725 Jacob Mabee married Katrina Vrooman, daughter of Jan Hendrickse Vrooman and Geesje Veeder, on 7 August 1725 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.8,5,9 
(Witness) Probate13 September 1725 Jacob Mabee was mentioned when Jan Pieterse Mabee's will was probated on 13 September 1725. "Jacob, acting as the executor of his father John's will, received receipts for bequests of £35-14-3 1/2
Arentdt and Tribtje Bradt on June 23, 1732;
Cornelius Van Dyke and his wife Maria Maby on 27 June 1732;
Peter Daniese and his wife Engerltje on July 7, 1732;
John Farely and Mattje Meebie on February 16, 1732/3; and
Cornelius Slingerandt and his wife Aghje on July 7, 1749."10 
Land*19 February 1726  On 19 February 1726 Jacob Mabee and Pieter Mabee Pieter Meebie signed a so-called Quit Claim in which Pieter, decribed as the eldest son of John Meebie deceased, relinguished all rights to the land on the South side of the Mohawk River which were left to Jacob Meebie, described as John's second son, in exchange for two Pounds current money.11 
Anecdote*between 1732 and 1749 Jacob, acting as the executor of his father John's will, received receipts for bequests of £35-14-3 1/2
Arentdt and Tribtje Bradt on June 23, 1732;
Cornelius Van Dyke and his wife Maria Maby on 27 June 1732;
Peter Daniese and his wife Engerltje on July 7, 1732;
John Farely and Mattje Meebie on February 16, 1732/3; and
Cornelius Slingerandt and his wife Aghje on July 7, 1749. 
(Witness) Baptism2 June 1734 Jacob Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Jacob Farley on 2 June 1734 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Jacob Mebi and Elisabeth Brouwer.5 
(Witness) Baptism7 December 1738 Jacob Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Simon Van Antwerpen on 7 December 1738 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Jacob Mebie & wife Catharintie Vroman.5 
Will*25 April 1755 Jacob Mabee left a will on 25 April 1755. "Will of Jacob Mabee, late of Schenectady, dated April 28, 1755 mentions wife Catrina, sons John (eldest), Cornelius, Petrus (youngest), and daughters Geesina Mabee, and Anna Banker."12 
Death*28 April 1755 He died on 28 April 1755 at New York.8 
Anecdotebetween 1775 and 1776 Receipts acknowledging legacies received from the will of Jacob Mabee by by Cornelius Mabee, executor:
1 Feb 1775 - Anna Banker, late wife of Thomas banker included "one Negro wench named Gin"
21 Feb 1777 - Richard Smith and Gesia, his wife included "one Negro wench named Dean."13 
BaptismLDS17 June 1950 He was baptized (by proxy) on 17 June 1950. 

Family

Katrina Vrooman b. 12 May 1701, d. 18 Apr 1755
Children

Citations

  1. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, Based on the will of Jan Pieterse Mebie, and the baptisms of his other children, it is fairly certain that Jacob's birth was between 1687 and 1689. This is contrary to Jonathan Pearson's account.
  2. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, entered with a question mark.
  3. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, not in RDC Schebectady records.
  4. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, 2000 rev, pg 5.
  5. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  6. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society : from Eva Chiamulera.
  7. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents : M-WILL-2.
  8. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 119.
  9. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  10. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents : M-LEG-1 to 5.
  11. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, Albany County Deeds, book 6, page 215, recorded 9/20/1733.
  12. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, p 14.
  13. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member John A. & Mary Ellen Maybee, #58 E. Dorothy Karl, #139.

Metje Meby1

F, #4913, b. 14 April 1658, d. between June 1719 and August 1719
Father*Pieter Casparszen van Naarden2 b. c 1610, d. b 1664/65
Mother*Aechtje Jans van Norden b. 17 Aug 1629, d. bt 21 Aug 1697 - 1 Feb 1698
Reference4
Name Variation  Metje Meby was also known as Martha. 
Married Name Her married name was Piroo. 
Baptism*14 April 1658 She was baptized on 14 April 1658 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland; Witnesses: Jacob Kip, Marritje Adriaens.2 
(Witness) Residencebetween 1653 and 1697 She lived with Pieter Casparszen van Naarden and Aechtje Jans van Norden between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Marriage*8 December 1680 Metje Meby married Jan Piroo on 8 December 1680 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York.3 
Residence*1 February 1697/98 Metje Meby and Jan Piroo lived on 1 February 1697/98 at SW corner Broad Street and Marketfield, New York City, New York; Assesment: John Peroa house &c - 25£; Ditto his estate - 20£.4 
Memo*7 July 1706 Metje Meby and Jan Piroo were Witnesses at the baptism of Margrietje Olphert at the Reformed Dutch Church, New York City on 7 July 1706.5 
(Witness) Will1 December 1708 Metje Meby was mentioned in the will of Jan Piroo on 1 December 1708. "The will of John Peroa, dated 12/1708, mentions wife Martha, sons Peter and Jacob and daughters Anna Katharine, Margaret and Mary."6 
Will*15 June 1719 The will of Martha Puiroe, dated 6/15/1719 and probated on 8/3/1719, mentions her deceased husband John, her children Margaret Hall, Mary Leonard, Peter Puiroe, and Anna Catherine Kearney as well as grandchildren Jacob Leonard and John Kearney.7 
Death*between June 1719 and August 1719 Metje Meby died between June 1719 and August 1719.7 
BaptismLDS29 July 1919 She was baptized (by proxy) on 29 July 1919. 

Family

Jan Piroo b. bt 1655 - 1658, d. 25 Jan 1709
Children

Citations

  1. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, Daughter, Maria's baptism.
  2. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  3. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., Jan Pieterszen, j.m. Van Rochel in Vranckryck, en Metje Meeby, j.d. Van N.Yorke, beyde wonende tot N. Yorke." Banns: 17 Nov 1680 Married: 8 Dec 1680 New York DRCh. [NYDC 1:48]
  4. [S69] Howard Swain, "Howard Swain email," e-mail to e-mail address, 12 Mar 1999, "Tax Lists of the City of New York, December 1695 -- July 15th 1699" published as Vols 43 and 44 of the New York Historical Society.
  5. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, 1706: 7 Jul; Jan Olphert, Tryntje Bosboom; Margrietje; Jan Pero & wife Metje, Tunis Quick.
  6. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm
  7. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm, Martha Puiroe's will.
  8. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm, from Records of the French Church of New York.

Abraham Fonda

M, #4914, b. 17 July 1715, d. 13 February 1805
Birth*17 July 1715 Abraham Fonda was born on 17 July 1715 at Schenectady, New York, Jellis Fonda and Rachel Winne.1,2 
Occupation*1746 He was a carpenter in 1746.3 
Marriage*31 July 1746 He married Maria Mabie, daughter of Abraham Mabie and Anna Vedder, on 31 July 1746 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.
"Abraham Funda, Albany County carpenter, and Mary Maybee, Albany County spinster."4,5 
(Witness) Baptism9 December 1750 Abraham Fonda was witnesses to the baptism of Maria Veder on 9 December 1750 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.4 
(Witness) Death8 May 1753 Abraham Fonda was made a widower by the death of Maria Mabie on 8 May 1753.1 
Note*  After Maria's death Abraham Fonda then married:, Susanna Glen on. 27 Feb 1755, and, Rachel Vrooman on. 22 Nov 1774.1 
(Witness) Baptism25 February 1770 Abraham Fonda was witnesses to the baptism of Abraham Mabie on 25 February 1770 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Abraham Fonda and Rachel Fonda.4,5 
Occupation8 August 1778 Abraham Fonda was a was serving as a justice of the peace.' on 8 August 1778.2 
Death*13 February 1805 He died on 13 February 1805 at Schenectady County, New York, at age 89.6,2 
Burial* He was buried at Vale Cemetery, Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York.7 

Family

Maria Mabie b. 23 Nov 1724, d. 8 May 1753
Children

Citations

  1. [S206] Email sent to John MayBee the MayBee Society database coordinator:from from Mark Fonda e-mail address.
  2. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147.
  3. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, his marriage record.
  4. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  6. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147., from charles.ged, Date of Import: 16 Apr 2000.
  7. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Memorial ID 147620496.
  8. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, p 12.

Maria Mabie

F, #4915, b. 12 September 1652
Father*Pieter Casparszen van Naarden1 b. c 1610, d. b 1664/65
Mother*Aechtje Jans van Norden b. 17 Aug 1629, d. bt 21 Aug 1697 - 1 Feb 1698
Reference1
Note*  The "standard" genealogy for the Mabie family has Marritien married to Jan Pieterszen Bant or Bandt (sometimes mis-written as Brandt) in 1671 at the New York Reformed Dutch Church on 4/8/1671"Marriage: Jan Pieterszen, j. m., en Marritje Pieters, j. d. Van N. Jorck."
However, it has now been proved that Marritje Pieters in this record is Maria, daughter of Pietro Caesar Albertis (Albertus) and Judith Jans. This Maria was baptized in the New York Reformed Dutch Church on 6/27/1649. Pietro Caesar Albertis was an immigrant from Venice, the first Italian known to have lived in New Netherland.2 
Name Variation  Maria Mabie was also known as Marritien. 
Baptism*12 September 1652 She was baptized on 12 September 1652 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland; Witnesses: Adriaen Dirckszen, Marritie Lievens, Lysbeth Cregiers.1 
(Witness) Residencebetween 1653 and 1697 She lived with Pieter Casparszen van Naarden and Aechtje Jans van Norden between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
(Witness) Baptism7 October 1704 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Anna Beck on 7 October 1704 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Matthew Scienks and Maria Meby.3 
(Witness) Baptism25 August 1705 Maria Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Maria Slingerlant on 25 August 1705 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Johans Mingal and Maria Meby.3 
BaptismLDS29 July 1919 Maria Mabie was baptized (by proxy) on 29 July 1919. 

Citations

  1. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  2. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm
  3. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.

Aechtje Jans van Norden

F, #4916, b. 17 August 1629, d. between 21 August 1697 and 1 February 1698
Anecdote* Abraham Willemszen was baptized on June 4, 1628. His father's name was Willem Scheerberch (we believe one of many mis-spellings of 's Heerenberg ) and his mother's name was Tietje Agges. For roughly seven years (until 1647), he had been a seaman and bosshieter [gunner)]on the West Indies Company armed ship Swol, patrolling the coasts of Spanish America.
Aechtje Jans had been in Curacao (the Swol's southern home port) with her father, Jan Albertszen, who had been contracted from Emden, East Frisia (17 miles south of Norden), as a master blacksmith, since 1642. When his contract with the West Indies Company was up, they left Curacao for Holland on the captured prize ship Tamerende, sailing first to New Amsterdam.
Either in Curacao, or aboard the Tamerende, Aechtje met Abraham Willemszen, the 18 year old seaman and gunner then part of the ship's skeleton crew. The Tamerende left Curacao in March 1647 and arrived at New Amsterdam in April. Aechtje married Abraham in New Amsterdam the same month. Then on August 16, 1647 Jan Albertszen continued his journey alone to Holland, without his daughter; only to meet disaster when his transport the Princess Amelia sank September 27,1647 at the Bristol Channel. Aechtje and Abraham had a son, Willem, in August 1648. On November 12, 1649 Aechtje's husband Abraham was killed in a duel. Aechtje, who was pregnant with her second child at the time, was left without family, except for her uncle, Lambert Albertszen in Naarden. The next thing we know, Pieter Casparszen (from Naarden) is with Aechtje when she baptized her second child in April 1650.1 
Birth*17 August 1629 Aechtje Jans van Norden was born on 17 August 1629 at Norden, Din Hooren, East Friesland, Germany. 
Marriage Bann27 April 1647 Marriage banns for Aechtje Jans van Norden and Abraham Willemszen Tietsoort were published on 27 April 1647 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland.2 
(Witness) Death13 November 1649 Aechtje Jans van Norden was widowed by the death of Abraham Willemszen Tietsoort on 13 November 1649 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland; On 12 November 1649 he was seriously injured in a duel, and died the next day.3 
Marriage*1650 or 1651 Aechtje Jans van Norden married Pieter Casparszen van Naarden in 1650 or 1651 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Anecdote*October 1653 Two of New Amsterdam's humble citizens, Pieter from Naarden, a carman, and Claes Tijssen, a cooper, bought home plots here (Lot. 19 on Block D of the Castello Plan) in October, 1653, from Willem Beeckman, who had succeeded to Douman's grant. They were small lots, less than twenty feet wide on the Gracht, by 46 feet deep, with a four foot alley-way between. Van Naarden built a substantial home on the corner of the Marchvelt Steegh, as the plan shows: his widow, Aschee Jans, was confirmed there by Governor Nichols in 1668 and still lived there in 1686, according to Selyn's List.4 
Residence*between 1653 and 1697 Aechtje Jans van Norden and Pieter Casparszen van Naarden lived between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland, with Maria Mabie, Jan Pieterse Mabee, Engeltje Mabie, Metje Meby, Casper Pieterszen Mabie and Tryntje Mabie
(Witness) Baptism27 May 1677 Aechtje Jans van Norden was witnesses to the baptism of Pieter Janson Mol on 27 May 1677 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witnesses: Otto Gerritszen, Aecht Jans.5 
(Witness) Baptism3 September 1681 Aechtje Jans van Norden was witnesses to the baptism of Margariet Peroy on 3 September 1681 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witness: Aecht Jans.5 
Residence*1686 Aechtje Jans van Norden and Tryntje Mabie lived in 1686 at SW corner Broad Street and Marketfield, New York City, New York.6,7 
(Witness) Baptism24 February 1689 Aechtje Jans van Norden was witnesses to the baptism of Pieter Piroo on 24 February 1689 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; Witnesses: Caspar Pieterszen, Aechtie Jans.5 
ResidenceDecember 1695 Aechtje Jans van Norden lived in December 1695 at SW corner Broad Street and Marketfield, New York City, New York, with Jan Piroo; Assesment: Eaght Janse - 3 £; Peroo [John Peroa] - 20£; Ditto for ye house - 30£.8 
Residence21 August 1697 Aechtje Jans van Norden lived on 21 August 1697 at SW corner Broad Street and Marketfield, New York City, New York, with Jan Piroo; Assesment: Egh [Eaght] Janse - 0£; Preroo [John Peroa] - 20£; Ditto for ye house - 30£.8 
Death*between 21 August 1697 and 1 February 1698 Aechtje Jans van Norden died between 21 August 1697 and 1 February 1698 at New York City, New York.8 
BaptismLDS29 July 1919 She was baptized (by proxy) on 29 July 1919. 

Family 1

Abraham Willemszen Tietsoort b. 4 Jun 1628, d. 13 Nov 1649
Children

Family 2

Pieter Casparszen van Naarden b. c 1610, d. b 1664/65
Children

Citations

  1. [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #85, August 2010. Article researched by Steve Mabie and Stephen Titsworth.
  2. [S25] Records of the Dutch Reform Church - Marriages, online http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/rdcmarr1639.shtml, 27 April. Abraham Willemszen, j. m. van Amsterd, en Aechtje Jans, j. d. van Norden.
  3. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., New Netherland: A Dutch Colony in Seventeenth-Century America by Jaap Jacobs, page 59. From a footnote on page 59, it appears that the sources for the information on the duel and Abraham's death are found in Gemeentearchief Amsterdam, Notarial Archives, inv. no. 1298, fol. 205 (5 September 1650), inv. no. 2030, pp. 123 - 124 (11 September 1650).
  4. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a multi-volume book called The Iconography of Manhattan Island by Phelps. (Volume 2, page 254 and page 377); Liber HH:60,61 (Albany); (Patents II:170, Albany).
  5. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  6. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm, Members List of the NY DRC.
  7. [S69] Howard Swain, "Howard Swain email," e-mail to e-mail address, 12 Mar 1999, Domine Selyns' 1686 list of church members.
  8. [S69] Howard Swain, "Howard Swain email," e-mail to e-mail address, 12 Mar 1999, "Tax Lists of the City of New York, December 1695 -- July 15th 1699" published as Vols 43 and 44 of the New York Historical Society.
  9. [S150] Submission by Lori Jean Dubois, Maybee Society Member No. 287.

Pieter Casparszen van Naarden1

M, #4917, b. circa 1610, d. before 1664/65
Anecdote* All we really know about the parentage of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden is that his father was named Caspar, and that he was born in a place that was either called or sounded like Naerden. There are no records of Pieter Casparszen ever using any surname. In fact, the first use of the Mabie surname in any form by proven members of his family occurred in New York in 1687. A search of the records for the Dutch Reformed Church in Naarden, Noord Holland, has proved fruitless. It has long been speculated that Pieter was of French extraction (a Huguenot), with the name Mabie having been derived from the French name Mabille. This story originated in an unpublished work by E. C. Marshall in the 1890s. In his paper, Marshall merely speculated that this was a possibility, and never made a claim of any factual support. However, almost every succeeding published genealogy has claimed this as a fact. While it is possibly true, it is wholly without any substantiation. The one location in Europe that did have people with the Mabie surname prior to 1650, as demonstrated in various records, was Scotland. The Mabie surname appears to have surfaced in Scotland shortly after the Norman invasion. So, perhaps the name is originally from France after all. However, there may have been a few detours en route to New Amsterdam

     The name of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden appears in a few records that have survived the years. He is listed in a 1660 census of New Amsterdam. In 1657, he was listed as a "Small Burgher", a status which conveyed certain rights to the individual. In 1653, he was named as one "of the most influential citizens and inhabitants of this city" in the council minutes. Also, in 1653, he was a corporal in the Burgher Corps of New Amsterdam. In 1652, he was sued by a Jacob Stoffelsen, although the details of the suit have not survived. In 1656, he was a witness to a secret land transaction in which the West India Company purchased land from the Native Americans on the west bank of the "South River" (now the Delaware). This land had already been settled by the Swedes, and this transaction was used to justify an attack on their settlements. From the baptismal records of the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church, we know that Pieter was in New Amsterdam by February 1647, and that he was still alive in December 1662. A census of New Amsterdam conducted in June 1665 lists Aechtje Jans, the widow of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden, so we know he was deceased by that time.

     The first time that Pieter Casparszen van Naerden’ name appears in any New Amsterdam records is in 1647. On February 17th of that year, he was a witness at the baptism of Hendrick, a son of Abraham Ryck. In passing, it is also known that a Pierre Gaspar signed the so-called Leyden Petition in 1621, a copy of which can be found on line at: http://www.primenet.com/~langford/places/va621001.htm#Walloons In this documet certain Walloons and French petitioned, in 1621, the "Lord Ambassador of the Most Serene King of Great Britain" to allow them to settle in Virginia. The answer was to approve such a settlement in Virginia, providing that the settlers would take an oath of allegiance to the English king. However, if this is the same person as Pieter Casparszen van Naerden, then the questions arise as to why he apparently waited approximately 25 years to go, and why he did not go to an English colony as planned. Once again, there is no substantive evidence that Pieter Casparszen van Naerden and this Pierre Gaspar are the same person.2
      
Name Variation  Pieter Casparszen van Naarden was also known as Mabie. 
Birth*circa 1610 He was born circa 1610 at Naarden, Noord Holland, Netherlands. 
Memo*17 February 1647 He was a witness to the baptism of Hendrick, son of Abraham Ryke. on 17 February 1647 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland.2 
(Witness) Baptism10 April 1650 He was witnesses to the baptism of Abraham Abramzen Tietsoort on 10 April 1650 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland; Witnesses; Arie Dirckszen, Pieter Casparszen,Mary Claes, Janneken Jans.3 
Marriage*1650 or 1651 Pieter Casparszen van Naarden married Aechtje Jans van Norden in 1650 or 1651 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Memo1653 Pieter Casparszen van Naarden was named as one "of the most influential citizens and inhabitants of this city" in the council minutes. in 1653 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland.2 
Anecdote*October 1653 Two of New Amsterdam's humble citizens, Pieter from Naarden, a carman, and Claes Tijssen, a cooper, bought home plots here (Lot. 19 on Block D of the Castello Plan) in October, 1653, from Willem Beeckman, who had succeeded to Douman's grant. They were small lots, less than twenty feet wide on the Gracht, by 46 feet deep, with a four foot alley-way between. Van Naarden built a substantial home on the corner of the Marchvelt Steegh, as the plan shows: his widow, Aschee Jans, was confirmed there by Governor Nichols in 1668 and still lived there in 1686, according to Selyn's List.4 
Occupation*May 1654 He was a Excise commissioner in May 1654.5 
Memo*1657 He was included in the List of Burghers in 1657 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland.2 
Residence*between 1653 and 1697 He and Aechtje Jans van Norden lived between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland, with Maria Mabie, Jan Pieterse Mabee, Engeltje Mabie, Metje Meby, Casper Pieterszen Mabie and Tryntje Mabie
Death*before 1664/65 Pieter Casparszen van Naarden died before 1664/65 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
BaptismLDS29 July 1919 He was baptized (by proxy) on 29 July 1919. 

Family

Aechtje Jans van Norden b. 17 Aug 1629, d. bt 21 Aug 1697 - 1 Feb 1698
Children

Citations

  1. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, Marriten's baptism for Casparszen, other children's baptisms' for van Naerden.
  2. [S7] Teve Mabie, A Chronology of Mabie Records for the First Three Generations, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/gen1to3index.htm
  3. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  4. [S66] Submission by Steve Mabie, Maybee Society Member No. 257., from a multi-volume book called The Iconography of Manhattan Island by Phelps. (Volume 2, page 254 and page 377); Liber HH:60,61 (Albany); (Patents II:170, Albany).
  5. [S150] Submission by Lori Jean Dubois, Maybee Society Member No. 287.
  6. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, Jan's baptism 4 October 1654.
  7. [S41] Submission by John A. (Jack) Maybee (1928-2007), Maybee Society Member No. 58., Jack has a 1706 ltr from Willem Tietsoort to Jan Mebie addressing hm as brother.

Pieter Mabee

M, #4918, b. 20 January 1686, d. after 1768
Father*Jan Pieterse Mabee1 b. 30 Sep 1654, d. 8 Apr 1725
Mother*Anna Borsboom1 b. 1662, d. c 1713
Reference2-3
Name Variation  Pieter Mabee was also known as Peter. 
Birthcirca 1685 He was born circa 1685 at Woestina (the wilderness greater than five miles west of Schenectady), Albany County, New York.2 
Baptism*20 January 1686 He was baptized on 20 January 1686 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Abraham van Trigt, Lysbet van Trigt.1 
(Witness) Census16 June 1697 Pieter Mabee appeared on the census of 16 June 1697 in the household of Jan Pieterse Mabee and Anna Borsboom at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York,
; Census says Mebbee, Jan Men:1, Women: 1, Children: 6.3 
(Witness) Baptism1 February 1713 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Pieter Pootman on 1 February 1713 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Meby and Tryntie Meby.4 
Anecdote*1715 The Muster Roll for the 2nd Foot Company of Schenectady includes the names Pieter Mebie, Jacob Meebie and Abraham Meebie.5 
(Witness) Baptism15 September 1717 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Johannes Brat on 15 September 1717 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebi and Agien Slingerlant.4 
Religion*April 1718  In April 1718 Pieter Mabee and Maria Mabie were accepted as members of the at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.6 
Residence*1721 Pieter Mabee lived in 1721 at Woestina (the wilderness greater than five miles west of Schenectady), Albany County, New York.7 
Marriage*12 November 1721 He married Susanna Vedder, daughter of Arent Harmense Vedder and Sara Groot, on 12 November 1721 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.
"Pieter Mebi, j.m. en Susanna Vedders beyde en de Woestine."4,8 
Residence Pieter Mabee lived at Arent Mabie's Kil, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Peter received land on the north side of the Mohawk River in his father's will. He settled there and the locale later was known as Arent Mabie's Kill. It is located north of the stone bridge on the NYC R.R. and across the river from the Jan Mabie House.9 
(Witness) Will3 April 1725 He was mentioned in the will of Jan Pieterse Mabee on 3 April 1725 at Schenectady Township, Albany County, New York. "In the Name of God Amen the third day of April in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven hundred twenty and five I John Mabee of the Township of Schenectady in the County of Albany in the province of New York Yeoman being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God therefore Calling to mind the Mortality of my body and knowing It is appointed for all men once to dye Do make and ordaine this my last will and Testament That is to Say principally and first of all I give and recomend my Soul into the hands of God that gaveth and for my body I recomend it to the Earth to be buryed in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion of my Executors Nothing doubting but at my resurrection I shall receive the Same again by the mighty power of God and as touching Such worldly Estate wherewith It hath pleased God to bless me in this life I give devise and dispose of the Same in the following manner and form
Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my oldest Son Peter Mabee all and Singular my lands and tenements lying and being on the North side of the Mohawks river between the Lands of Lawrence Van der Volgen of the Lands of Col Stevan Grossbeck with all the priviledges and ________________ to the Same belonging unto the said Peter Mabee and to his heirs forever paying the rent, and one hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among his sisters and that at or before Seven years after my decease he to pay but 150 as oldest Son.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Second Son Jacob all and Singular my estate on the South side of the Mohawks river lying and being between Jacobus Peck's land and the land of Peter Vrooman together with houses barns barricks orchards gardens pastures swamps thereunto belonging or appertaining likewise all ploughs harrows hoes axes waggons sleys or other utensils for working on the said Farm except cattle unto the Said Jacob Mabee and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Said Sisters the just Sum of two hundred and fifty pounds current money and that at or before Seven years after my decease and equally to be divided between his Seven Sisters my daughters and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter towards the rent of his land forever as accknowledgment being his oldest Brother Item I give to my youngest Son Abraham Mabee all and Singular that house and lott of ground where he now lives lying in the Town of Schenectady aforesaid between the lotts of Benjamin van Platt and the Ministers lott together with the pasture ground that lyes between the pasture ground of Harmanus Vedder and the pasture ground of Capt. Harmen van Slike likewise all the arable land lyeing between the land of Martin Van ________and the land of Aron Vedder on the south Side of the road way together with the Swamp or criplebush thereunto adjoyning unto my son Abraham and to his heirs forever he or they paying or causing to be paid unto his Sisters two hundred and fifty pounds current money of New York to be equally divided among them and that at or before Seven years after my decease and five Skiple of wheat unto his Brother Peter or to his heirs forever towards the paying the rent of his farm and accknowledgment of being his oldest Brother
Item I give to my daughter Margarett the half of all my lands where she now lives called Kadoritha during her natural life
Item the other half of the Said land called Kadoritha that Nicholas Hall hath hired for fifteen years the Said hire to be divided between my Son Peter and Jacob and at the death of my Daughter Margarett and the Expiration of the said fifteen years all my the Said lands and Tenements at Kadoritha to be equally divided between my Said Sons that my son Peter and Jacob and to them and their heirs and assigns forever
Item It is my further will that in Six months after my decease that all my movable Estate goods and Chattels except those things I have already given to my Son Jacob for the use of the farm be appraised and equally divided between all my children that is Sons and Daughters alike not the one more than the other Item That my three sons that is Peter Jacob and Abraham pay first all my debts and then enter into Articles for payment of their Sisters at the Expiration of Seven years as before mentioned at the Expiration of the Said Six Months in the presence of my Executors hereafter mentioned and I do likewise Constitute make and ordaine Jacobus Van Dyke and Caleb Beck Executors to this my last will and Testament and do hereby utterly disallow revoke and disannull all and every other former Testaments Wills Bequests and Executors in me before this time named willed and bequeathed ratifying and confirming this & no other to be my last will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereunto ____________________this day and year first written
John J Mabee his mark
Signed Sealed published and declared by the Said John Mabee as his last will and Testament in the presence of us the Subscribers viz.
Jan Danielse Johannes Peck Harme________."10 
Land*19 February 1726  On 19 February 1726 Pieter Mabee and Jacob Mabee Pieter Meebie signed a so-called Quit Claim in which Pieter, decribed as the eldest son of John Meebie deceased, relinguished all rights to the land on the South side of the Mohawk River which were left to Jacob Meebie, described as John's second son, in exchange for two Pounds current money.11 
Land*5 April 1726  On 5 April 1726 at Charleston Township, Albany (later Montgomery) County, New York, Pieter Mabee 200 acres. Later willed to son Petrus, and then his sons Perter and Harmanus.12 
(Witness) Baptism30 April 1727 He was witnesses to the baptism of Eva Mabie on 30 April 1727 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Witnesses: Pieter Meby and wife Susanna Veders.8,4 
(Witness) Baptism20 August 1727 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Margriet Veder on 20 August 1727 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; Pieter Meby & wife Sanna Vedders.4 
(Witness) Baptism24 October 1736 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Petrus Van Antwerpen on 24 October 1736 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebi and Susanna Vedder.4,8 
(Witness) Baptism28 April 1745 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Susanna Van Antwerpen on 28 April 1745 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder.4 
(Witness) Baptism6 December 1747 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Susanna Van Antwerpen on 6 December 1747 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Vedder.4 
(Witness) Baptism5 April 1752 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Petrus Abraham Yates on 5 April 1752 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Veder.4 
(Witness) Baptism26 December 1753 Pieter Mabee was witnesses to the baptism of Susanna Van Antwerpen on 26 December 1753 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Pieter Mebie and Susanna Mebie.4 
Will*2 March 1768 Pieter Mabee left a will on 2 March 1768. "The Will of Peter Mabee is referenced in other documents but has never been found
200 acres of land in the Town of Charlestown was granted to his son Petrus under this will."13 
Death*after 1768 He died after 1768.14 
BaptismLDS28 May 1992 He was baptized (by proxy) on 28 May 1992. 

Family 1

Anna Peek b. 1681
Child
  • Jan Pieter Mabie+ b. 9 Oct 1708; Anna Peek had a son. Jan Pieter, out of wedlock christened on 7 October 1708. The place for the father's name is blank. The Peeks had the farm adjacent to the Mabie's. Using the Dutch form, Pieter's first son would be named Jan after his father, and Pieters after himself15,16

Family 2

Susanna Vedder b. 13 Jun 1701
Children

Citations

  1. [S64] Records from Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, New York.
  2. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, marriage.
  3. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html
  4. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  5. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, 2000 rev, pg 5.
  6. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, membership list.
  7. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, Marriage Banns.
  8. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  9. [S210] Schenectady County: Its History, Vol S, Maybee Society, pg 144.
  10. [S300] Mabee Farm Documents : M-WILL-2.
  11. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, Albany County Deeds, book 6, page 215, recorded 9/20/1733.
  12. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, Montgomery County Deeds, Book 7, pp. 132, 133.
  13. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…
  14. [S23] Steve's Chronology, Jan, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/JanPieterse/…, The Will of Peter Mabee dated 3/2/1768, is referenced in other documents but has never been found.
  15. [S77] Schenectady 1697 census, online http://www.scpl.org/census/1697sch.html, Jan Mabie and Jacob Peek on list near each other.
  16. [S210] Schenectady County: Its History, Vol S, Maybee Society, pg 144 Jan Mabie's and Jacobus Peek's farm adjacent.
  17. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 119.
  18. [S60] Professor Jonathan Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany, Pg 119 says 9 Oct.

Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen

M, #4919, b. 10 April 1717, d. 7 March 1792
Name Variation  Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen was also known as Van Antwerpe. 
Birth*10 April 1717 He was born on 10 April 1717 at Albany, Albany County, New York.1 
Marriage*21 August 1742 He married Anna Pieters Mabie, daughter of Pieter Mabee and Susanna Vedder, on 21 August 1742 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.
"Abrah. Van Antwerpen, jm, Schenectady and Anna Pieters Mobie, jd, Schenectady."2 
(Witness) Baptism14 November 1742 Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen was witnesses to the baptism of Petrus Mabie on 14 November 1742 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Abrah. J. van Antwerpen and Anna P. Mebie.2 
(Witness) Baptism5 August 1764 Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen was witnesses to the baptism of Peter Mabee on 5 August 1764 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2,3 
(Witness) Baptism3 June 1768 Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen was witnesses to the baptism of Susanna Mabie on 3 June 1768 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe.2 
(Witness) Baptism28 June 1778 Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen was witnesses to the baptism of Susanna Mabie on 28 June 1778 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York; witnesses: Abraham van Antwerpe and Annaatje van Antwerpe.2 
Death*7 March 1792 Abraham Janse Van Antwerpen died on 7 March 1792 at age 74.1 
Burial* He and Anna Pieters Mabie were buried at Fifth Flat, Schenectady, Albany County, New York. Inscription "Anna Mabie was buried with her husband across the river from the Mabie homestead on land formerly owned by her father, Peter Mabie."4 

Family

Anna Pieters Mabie b. 26 Oct 1722, d. 5 Aug 1810
Children

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Web: Netherlands, GenealogieOnline Trees Index, 1000-2015.
  2. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  4. [S11] Data from the Maybee Society Card File, Hudson Mohawk Gen and Fam Records.
  5. [S65] Records from the First Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, Film Number 0534207, his marriage record.

Engeltje Mabie

F, #4920, b. 14 April 1656, d. 1708
Father*Pieter Casparszen van Naarden1 b. c 1610, d. b 1664/65
Mother*Aechtje Jans van Norden1 b. 17 Aug 1629, d. bt 21 Aug 1697 - 1 Feb 1698
Reference3
Married Name Her married name was Steen.2 
Married Name Her married name was Mol.3 
Birth*14 April 1656 Engeltje Mabie was born on 14 April 1656 at New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Baptism6 September 1656 She was baptized on 6 September 1656 at Reformed Dutch Church, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland; Witnesses: Reynout Reynoutszen, Jannetie Jans.1 
(Witness) Residencebetween 1653 and 1697 She lived with Pieter Casparszen van Naarden and Aechtje Jans van Norden between 1653 and 1697 at Corner of Broad and Marchvelt Streets, New Amsterdam, now New York, New Netherland. 
Residence*12 September 1675 Engeltje Mabie and Jan Janszen Mol lived on 12 September 1675 at New York City, New York; when registering for marriage.4 
Marriage*20 November 1675 Engeltje Mabie married Jan Janszen Mol on 20 November 1675 at Esopus Township, Ulster County, New York.
"Banns at the Reformed Dutch Church, New York - 12 Sept. 1675; Jan Janszen Moll, j. m. Van Amsterd., en Engeltje Pieters, j. d. Van N. Yorke, beyde woonende tot N. Yorke. 20 Nov. in de Esopus."3 
(Witness) Baptism5 May 1700 Engeltje Mabie was witnesses to the baptism of Jan Farley on 5 May 1700 at Reformed Dutch Church, New York City, New York; "1700: 5 May; Jan Farrlis, Anna Mol; Jan; Jan Piero, Engeltje Pieters wife of Jan Mol."1 
Marriage4 December 1704 Engeltje Mabie married Mynderse Steen on 4 December 1704 at New York City, New York.2,5 
Burial*1708 Engeltje Mabie was buried in 1708 at Trinity Church Cemetery, New York City, New York. 
Death*1708 She died in 1708 at New York City, New York. 
BaptismLDS29 July 1919 She was baptized (by proxy) on 29 July 1919. 

Family

Jan Janszen Mol b. c 1640, d. 12 Jun 1725
Children

Citations

  1. [S383] Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam, online http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm
  2. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147., from charles.ged, Date of Import: 16 Apr 2000
    Two of the Dutch letters with the Mabee Farm papers mention Engeltie and Mynderse Steen being related to Jan Mabie. The NYGBR Collection of marriages give the marriage.
  3. [S25] Records of the Dutch Reform Church - Marriages, online http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/rdcmarr1639.shtml
  4. [S25] Records of the Dutch Reform Church - Marriages, online http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/rdcmarr1639.shtml, beyde woonende tot N. Yorke.
  5. [S244] Submission by Charles Case Stoodley, Maybee Society Member No. 147.