Cornelis Wemp1

M, #13111, b. 19 April 1726, d. before 1748
Father*Johannes Myndert Wemple1 b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Mother*Arejaentje Swits1 b. s 1680
Birth*19 April 1726 Cornelis Wemp was born on 19 April 1726.1 
Death*before 1748 He died before 1748.1 

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Barent B. Wemple1

M, #13112, b. circa 29 October 1704
Father*Barent Janse Wemple1 b. 1656, d. 1705
Mother*Folkje Veeder b. c 1658
Birth*circa 29 October 1704 Barent B. Wemple was born circa 29 October 1704.1 
Marriage*2 September 1732 He married Debora Wemple, daughter of Johannes Myndert Wemple and Arejaentje Swits, on 2 September 1732.1 

Family

Debora Wemple b. c 30 Oct 1710
Child

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Abraham Groot1

M, #13113, b. 1653
Birth*1653 Abraham Groot was born in 1653. 
Marriage*15 April 1696 He married Antje Wemple, daughter of Jan Barentse Wemp and Maritje Mynderts, on 15 April 1696.1 

Family

Antje Wemple b. 1653, d. b 9 Jul 1699

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Catalina Schermerhorn1

F, #13114, b. 1681, d. circa 1708
Father*Reyer Schermerhorn2 b. s 1640
Married Name Her married name was Wemple.1 
Birth*1681 Catalina Schermerhorn was born in 1681 at Schenectady, New York.1 
Marriage*15 June 1700 She married Johannes Myndert Wemple, son of Myndert Janse Wemple and Dievertje Wendel, on 15 June 1700 at Schenectady, New York.2 
Death*circa 1708 Catalina Schermerhorn died circa 1708 at probably Schenectady, New York.1 

Family

Johannes Myndert Wemple b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Children

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, unpublished manuscript by William Barent Wemple.

Volkje Wemple1

F, #13115, b. circa 4 January 1740/41
Father*Barent B. Wemple1 b. c 29 Oct 1704
Mother*Debora Wemple1 b. c 30 Oct 1710
Married Name Her married name was Dellamont.1 
Married Name Her married name was Bratt.1 
Birth*circa 4 January 1740/41 Volkje Wemple was born circa 4 January 1740/41.1 
Marriage*4 March 1761 She married an unknown person on 4 March 1761.1 
Marriage30 June 1782 She married an unknown person on 30 June 1782.1 

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Reyer Wemple1

M, #13116, b. 17 October 1703, d. 1796
Father*Johannes Myndert Wemple2 b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Mother*Catalina Schermerhorn2 b. 1681, d. c 1708
Baptism*17 October 1703 Reyer Wemple was baptized on 17 October 1703 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, New York.2 
Land*1717  In 1717 Reyer Wemple received property near Huffman's Ferry from his grandfather, Reyer Schermerhorn.2 
Marriage*circa 1732 He married Debora Veeder, daughter of Johannes Symonse Veeder and Susanna Wemple, circa 1732.2 
Memo22 May 1733 Reyer Wemple was a freeholder on 22 May 1733 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2 
(Witness) Will5 March 1747/48 He was mentioned in the will of Johannes Myndert Wemple on 5 March 1747/48. "In the name of God, Amen, I, Jan Wemple, of the Mohawk Country, on the Mohawk River, in the County of Albany, being of perfect, sound mind and memory, blessed be God, wherefore but considering the frailty of this life, and certainty of death, and the uncertain time and hour thereof, do therefore this fifth day of March, in the 21 year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, and the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and forty seven and eight, make ordain and publish this my last will and testament.
That is to say principally and first of all I give and commend my immortal soul after its departure our this frail body, into the merciful hands of God that gave it me. Hoping and trusting for the pardon of my sins and transgressions, in and thru the meritorious death and passion of the Blessed Son of God, Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Redeemer.
As my body, I recommend it to the earth to be interred in a Christian like and decent manner, at the discretion of my wife and children.
And, as for such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, after my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
Imprimis - I give to my son Myndert Wemple, deceased, his oldest son John Wemple, my small Island containing about 1 acre of land, situate, lying and being in the Township of Schenectady in the Mohawk River, on the south side of the foremost island as also my full, true and just Eighth part in the saw mill, Dam, Saws, Utensils and grounds and privileges to said mill belonging, situate, standing and being with the limits and bounds of the Township of Schenectady, on the east side of the Mohawk river, about 4 miles from Schenectady, north east on a certain creek called 'The Mill Creek.' To hold for him, the said John Wemple and his heirs an assigns forever, wherewith he must be satisfied and make no further pretense to any part of my estate for being my heir at law.
Item - I give my son Reyer Wemple and to his heirs and assigns I do give and devise all that my messsuge of tenement with Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the limits and bounds of the town of Schenectady, in the County of Albany where he, the said Reyer, lived on so as it now belongs to me, commonly called Damhauer and Warmoes Gadt 'at a place called Woestine.' To hold to him and my said son Reyer Wemple, his heirs and assigns forever.
Item - To my sons Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple and to their heirs and assigns forever I do give and devise my westerly part of my Low arable land, being my great flats situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk river, in the Mohawks country, lying to the west of my house and homestead where I now live and beginning by the cross fence which stands a little to the west of a small creek about 200 yards westerly up the river and so taking in all my arable land which lies to the west of the cross fence, being my great flats aforesaid. To hold them my said sons, Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple, their heirs and assigns forever, to be equally divided and shared by them and among them share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item - To my son John Wemple, Jr. and to his heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise my easterly part of arable low land, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the Mohawks country, lying to the east of my dwelling house and homestead beginning at the cross fence about 200 yards to the west of my said dwelling house, and so taking in my houses, barns, orchard, homestead, together with my arable land lying to the east of my said house called Robert En Haihge as also my island lying in the Mohawk river just opposite my house in the Mohawks country called '"island" to hold to him, my son John Wempel his heirs and assigns forever.
To my three sons Isaac Wempel, Epharim Wempel and John Wempel, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise all my woodland, pastures ground, and premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being in the Mohawks country, adjoining to the south of the low land and homestead herein about devised to them, to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them, and among them, share and share alike to the one no more nor better than to the other.
To my loving wife Arejaentje Wempel, I do give and bequeath all the rest and residue of real estate all my Negro slaves young and old, all my household goods and furniture, linen and woolen bedding, palte, cattle, etc, during her widowhood for her maintenance and livelihood and immediately after my said wife Arejaentje decease, if she remains unmarried or immediately after her remarriage which shall happen first,
I do then devise and dispose of the same in manner and form following, to wit: To my daughter Arejaentje, deceased her son Arent Bradt and her daughter Catollientje Bradt, children of Captain Andries Bradt, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland, situate lying and being on an island which lies near the town of Schenectady to the bounds of said township to the west of side of the town, in the Mohawk river, on the southerly half of said island, is bounded west by two morgans of land, which I some time past conveyed to Widow van Driesen and north by the northerly half of the said island now belonging to Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck and south by the creek and so running along the said creek and partition of fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, easterly till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans (about 4 acres) of arable land to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more or better thereof than to the other.
Item. To my daughter, Maria Butler, the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, Jr. and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland situate lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above named island, on the south side thereof, bounded west by the two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my grandchildren Arent Brandt and Catolintje Brandt, children of my daughter Anjentje late deceased; as above state north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck above named and south by the creek and running so along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to have to her, my said daughter Maria, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my daughter, Rebecca Coneyn, the wife of Peter Coneyn and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do devise two morgans of arable lowland situate, lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above island on the south thereto bounded west by two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my daughter, Maria, south by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck as above named an so running along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to hold to her my said daughter, Rebecca, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my son Myndert Wempel deceased, his two sons, John Wempel and Myndert Wempel and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give devise all the rest and residue of said island situate, lying and being in the bounds of the township of Schenectady just southwesterly of the said town, called the first or foremost island, bounded west by the two morgans of land herein last above given and devised to my daughter, Rebecca, south and east by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, as also my house and lot of ground lying in the town of Schenectady bounded east by the street, south by Daniel DeGraaf, north by the lot of Seymons Johan Veeder and west by the creek to held to them, their heirs & assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item. It is my will and I do order and direct my four sons to wit; Reyer Wempel, Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel and John Wempel, or their heirs or assigns to pay or cause to be paid all my just debts and funeral charges, which I shall have paid at the time of my decease.
Item. It is my will and express order that if my two grandchildren herein above named John Wempel, and Myndert Wempel , sons of my son Myndert Wempel deceased, as above named do or shall happen to die without lawful issue of their body or bodies, Then what I have herein above given and devised him or them, so died as aforesaid with out lawful issue, shall descend and devolve on all my sons and daughters herein named equally and share and share and divide by them and among them, and share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the others, anything herein contained to the contrary thereof not withstanding.
Item. It is my will if one or more of my three sons it wit; Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel, or John Wempel shall die without lawful issue of his or their bodies that the survivor or survivors of my said three sons last named shall then have what I herein above have given & devised him or them so deceased as aforesaid, paying thereof in my just debts he or they so died without lawful issue was herein above directed and obliged to pay and perform.
I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Wempel, my Negro boy named Caspel. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephraim Wempel, my Negro named Charles. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wemple, my Negro boy named Tobie. I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter, the daughter of my daughter, Arrantie wife of Captain Andries Bradt late deceased Catalientje, my Negro wench called Rood. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Deborah, the wife of Barent Wemple, my Negro wench named Hen. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Maria the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, my Negro wench named Saar. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca my Negro girl named Mary. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wempel, my Negro man named Ned and my Negro wench named Gin, he to pay therefor to my grandson Myndert Wempel, above named the sum of twenty pounds, current money of New York, seven years after my wife's decease. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephramim Wemple, my Negro man named Prince, he paying therefor my grandson, John Wempel about named the sum of twenty pounds current money of New York seven years after my wife's decease.
Lastly, I make and ordain my brother Jacob Glen and my good friend Robert Sanders Executers of this my last will and testament, and do desire them to execute the same for me according to my true intention and meaning. Lastly I do hereby disannul and revoke all former wills by before this time made, willing that this and no other heretofore made to be my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I the said Jan Wempel have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal the day and year first above written." 
Will*20 May 1791 Reyer Wemple left a will on 20 May 1791 at Albany County, New York: "Reyer Wemple of the town of Schenectady, in the county of Albany, yeoman, leaves to my eldest son, John my fowling piece, with my large low Dutch family Bible for his primogeniture"; besides other land, he also gives John his "orchard lying and being in the Woestyne, town and county aforesaid, on the south side of the Mohawk River".
     To Alida, widow and relict of his son Myndert, he leaves his "house-barn, Homestead, Orchard and five morgens of land where said house-barn and orchard now stand . . . situate, lying and being in Woestyne aforesaid, whereon and wherein I have last lived during or in the lifetime of my deceased wife Deborah, just as the same was conveyed to me by my father, John Wempel deceased", but if she remarried it was to go her children by Myndert. He speaks of his "daughter Susanna, wife of Harmanus Mabie", and of his "grandchildren, Ryer, Abraham, John, Walter Vrooman, Myndert and Deborah, children of my deceased son Myndert R. Wempel and his said wife Alida", also of his niece Catalina, daughter of Isaac Wemple, deceased".3 
Death*1796 He died in 1796.1,2 

Family

Debora Veeder b. 17 Jan 1702/3, d. a Sep 1757
Children

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, unpublished manuscript by William Barent Wemple.
  3. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, Wills, Vol2, p 329, Albany County Surrogates Office.

Johannes Wemple1

M, #13117, b. circa 28 October 1705
Father*Johannes Myndert Wemple2 b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Mother*Catalina Schermerhorn1 b. 1681, d. c 1708
Birth*circa 28 October 1705 Johannes Wemple was born circa 28 October 1705.1 
(Witness) Will5 March 1747/48 He was mentioned in the will of Johannes Myndert Wemple on 5 March 1747/48. "In the name of God, Amen, I, Jan Wemple, of the Mohawk Country, on the Mohawk River, in the County of Albany, being of perfect, sound mind and memory, blessed be God, wherefore but considering the frailty of this life, and certainty of death, and the uncertain time and hour thereof, do therefore this fifth day of March, in the 21 year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, and the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and forty seven and eight, make ordain and publish this my last will and testament.
That is to say principally and first of all I give and commend my immortal soul after its departure our this frail body, into the merciful hands of God that gave it me. Hoping and trusting for the pardon of my sins and transgressions, in and thru the meritorious death and passion of the Blessed Son of God, Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Redeemer.
As my body, I recommend it to the earth to be interred in a Christian like and decent manner, at the discretion of my wife and children.
And, as for such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, after my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
Imprimis - I give to my son Myndert Wemple, deceased, his oldest son John Wemple, my small Island containing about 1 acre of land, situate, lying and being in the Township of Schenectady in the Mohawk River, on the south side of the foremost island as also my full, true and just Eighth part in the saw mill, Dam, Saws, Utensils and grounds and privileges to said mill belonging, situate, standing and being with the limits and bounds of the Township of Schenectady, on the east side of the Mohawk river, about 4 miles from Schenectady, north east on a certain creek called 'The Mill Creek.' To hold for him, the said John Wemple and his heirs an assigns forever, wherewith he must be satisfied and make no further pretense to any part of my estate for being my heir at law.
Item - I give my son Reyer Wemple and to his heirs and assigns I do give and devise all that my messsuge of tenement with Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the limits and bounds of the town of Schenectady, in the County of Albany where he, the said Reyer, lived on so as it now belongs to me, commonly called Damhauer and Warmoes Gadt 'at a place called Woestine.' To hold to him and my said son Reyer Wemple, his heirs and assigns forever.
Item - To my sons Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple and to their heirs and assigns forever I do give and devise my westerly part of my Low arable land, being my great flats situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk river, in the Mohawks country, lying to the west of my house and homestead where I now live and beginning by the cross fence which stands a little to the west of a small creek about 200 yards westerly up the river and so taking in all my arable land which lies to the west of the cross fence, being my great flats aforesaid. To hold them my said sons, Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple, their heirs and assigns forever, to be equally divided and shared by them and among them share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item - To my son John Wemple, Jr. and to his heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise my easterly part of arable low land, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the Mohawks country, lying to the east of my dwelling house and homestead beginning at the cross fence about 200 yards to the west of my said dwelling house, and so taking in my houses, barns, orchard, homestead, together with my arable land lying to the east of my said house called Robert En Haihge as also my island lying in the Mohawk river just opposite my house in the Mohawks country called '"island" to hold to him, my son John Wempel his heirs and assigns forever.
To my three sons Isaac Wempel, Epharim Wempel and John Wempel, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise all my woodland, pastures ground, and premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being in the Mohawks country, adjoining to the south of the low land and homestead herein about devised to them, to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them, and among them, share and share alike to the one no more nor better than to the other.
To my loving wife Arejaentje Wempel, I do give and bequeath all the rest and residue of real estate all my Negro slaves young and old, all my household goods and furniture, linen and woolen bedding, palte, cattle, etc, during her widowhood for her maintenance and livelihood and immediately after my said wife Arejaentje decease, if she remains unmarried or immediately after her remarriage which shall happen first,
I do then devise and dispose of the same in manner and form following, to wit: To my daughter Arejaentje, deceased her son Arent Bradt and her daughter Catollientje Bradt, children of Captain Andries Bradt, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland, situate lying and being on an island which lies near the town of Schenectady to the bounds of said township to the west of side of the town, in the Mohawk river, on the southerly half of said island, is bounded west by two morgans of land, which I some time past conveyed to Widow van Driesen and north by the northerly half of the said island now belonging to Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck and south by the creek and so running along the said creek and partition of fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, easterly till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans (about 4 acres) of arable land to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more or better thereof than to the other.
Item. To my daughter, Maria Butler, the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, Jr. and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland situate lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above named island, on the south side thereof, bounded west by the two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my grandchildren Arent Brandt and Catolintje Brandt, children of my daughter Anjentje late deceased; as above state north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck above named and south by the creek and running so along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to have to her, my said daughter Maria, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my daughter, Rebecca Coneyn, the wife of Peter Coneyn and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do devise two morgans of arable lowland situate, lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above island on the south thereto bounded west by two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my daughter, Maria, south by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck as above named an so running along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to hold to her my said daughter, Rebecca, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my son Myndert Wempel deceased, his two sons, John Wempel and Myndert Wempel and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give devise all the rest and residue of said island situate, lying and being in the bounds of the township of Schenectady just southwesterly of the said town, called the first or foremost island, bounded west by the two morgans of land herein last above given and devised to my daughter, Rebecca, south and east by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, as also my house and lot of ground lying in the town of Schenectady bounded east by the street, south by Daniel DeGraaf, north by the lot of Seymons Johan Veeder and west by the creek to held to them, their heirs & assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item. It is my will and I do order and direct my four sons to wit; Reyer Wempel, Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel and John Wempel, or their heirs or assigns to pay or cause to be paid all my just debts and funeral charges, which I shall have paid at the time of my decease.
Item. It is my will and express order that if my two grandchildren herein above named John Wempel, and Myndert Wempel , sons of my son Myndert Wempel deceased, as above named do or shall happen to die without lawful issue of their body or bodies, Then what I have herein above given and devised him or them, so died as aforesaid with out lawful issue, shall descend and devolve on all my sons and daughters herein named equally and share and share and divide by them and among them, and share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the others, anything herein contained to the contrary thereof not withstanding.
Item. It is my will if one or more of my three sons it wit; Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel, or John Wempel shall die without lawful issue of his or their bodies that the survivor or survivors of my said three sons last named shall then have what I herein above have given & devised him or them so deceased as aforesaid, paying thereof in my just debts he or they so died without lawful issue was herein above directed and obliged to pay and perform.
I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Wempel, my Negro boy named Caspel. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephraim Wempel, my Negro named Charles. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wemple, my Negro boy named Tobie. I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter, the daughter of my daughter, Arrantie wife of Captain Andries Bradt late deceased Catalientje, my Negro wench called Rood. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Deborah, the wife of Barent Wemple, my Negro wench named Hen. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Maria the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, my Negro wench named Saar. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca my Negro girl named Mary. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wempel, my Negro man named Ned and my Negro wench named Gin, he to pay therefor to my grandson Myndert Wempel, above named the sum of twenty pounds, current money of New York, seven years after my wife's decease. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephramim Wemple, my Negro man named Prince, he paying therefor my grandson, John Wempel about named the sum of twenty pounds current money of New York seven years after my wife's decease.
Lastly, I make and ordain my brother Jacob Glen and my good friend Robert Sanders Executers of this my last will and testament, and do desire them to execute the same for me according to my true intention and meaning. Lastly I do hereby disannul and revoke all former wills by before this time made, willing that this and no other heretofore made to be my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I the said Jan Wempel have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal the day and year first above written." 

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, The Wemple Family, by William C. Wemple.

Myndert Reyerse Wemple1

M, #13118, b. 30 September 1742
Father*Reyer Wemple1 b. 17 Oct 1703, d. 1796
Mother*Debora Veeder1 b. 17 Jan 1702/3, d. a Sep 1757
Birth*30 September 1742 Myndert Reyerse Wemple was born on 30 September 1742.1 
Marriage*21 August 1768 He married Alida Wemple on 21 August 1768.1 

Family

Alida Wemple b. c 30 Apr 1749, d. 17 Dec 1796

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Maritie Visscher1

F, #13119, b. 1741, d. 23 September 1804
Married Name Her married name was Wimpel.1,2 
Married Name Her married name was Wemple.1 
Birth*1741 Maritie Visscher was born in 1741 at New York.1 
Marriage*18 April 1764 She married Johannes Reyerse Wimpel, son of Reyer Wemple and Debora Veeder, on 18 April 1764 at First Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1,2 
Death*23 September 1804 Maritie Visscher died on 23 September 1804 at New York.1 

Family

Johannes Reyerse Wimpel b. 18 Apr 1732, d. 14 Sep 1814

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.

Peter Conyne1

M, #13120, b. say 1715
Birth*say 1715 Peter Conyne was born say 1715. 
Marriage*23 October 1741 He married Rebecca Wemp, daughter of Johannes Myndert Wemple and Arejaentje Swits, on 23 October 1741.1 

Family

Rebecca Wemp b. c 29 Sep 1721

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Isaac Wemple1

M, #13121, b. 28 August 1715, d. 1810
Father*Johannes Myndert Wemple2 b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Mother*Arejaentje Swits1 b. s 1680
Birth*28 August 1715 Isaac Wemple was born on 28 August 1715 at Schenectady, New York.3,1 
Marriage*31 August 1738 He married Elisabet Nieuwkerk on 31 August 1738 at Albany, New York.3 
(Witness) Will5 March 1747/48 Isaac Wemple was mentioned in the will of Johannes Myndert Wemple on 5 March 1747/48. "In the name of God, Amen, I, Jan Wemple, of the Mohawk Country, on the Mohawk River, in the County of Albany, being of perfect, sound mind and memory, blessed be God, wherefore but considering the frailty of this life, and certainty of death, and the uncertain time and hour thereof, do therefore this fifth day of March, in the 21 year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second, and the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and forty seven and eight, make ordain and publish this my last will and testament.
That is to say principally and first of all I give and commend my immortal soul after its departure our this frail body, into the merciful hands of God that gave it me. Hoping and trusting for the pardon of my sins and transgressions, in and thru the meritorious death and passion of the Blessed Son of God, Jesus Christ, our Saviour and Redeemer.
As my body, I recommend it to the earth to be interred in a Christian like and decent manner, at the discretion of my wife and children.
And, as for such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with in this life, after my just debts and funeral charges be paid and satisfied, I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form.
Imprimis - I give to my son Myndert Wemple, deceased, his oldest son John Wemple, my small Island containing about 1 acre of land, situate, lying and being in the Township of Schenectady in the Mohawk River, on the south side of the foremost island as also my full, true and just Eighth part in the saw mill, Dam, Saws, Utensils and grounds and privileges to said mill belonging, situate, standing and being with the limits and bounds of the Township of Schenectady, on the east side of the Mohawk river, about 4 miles from Schenectady, north east on a certain creek called 'The Mill Creek.' To hold for him, the said John Wemple and his heirs an assigns forever, wherewith he must be satisfied and make no further pretense to any part of my estate for being my heir at law.
Item - I give my son Reyer Wemple and to his heirs and assigns I do give and devise all that my messsuge of tenement with Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the limits and bounds of the town of Schenectady, in the County of Albany where he, the said Reyer, lived on so as it now belongs to me, commonly called Damhauer and Warmoes Gadt 'at a place called Woestine.' To hold to him and my said son Reyer Wemple, his heirs and assigns forever.
Item - To my sons Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple and to their heirs and assigns forever I do give and devise my westerly part of my Low arable land, being my great flats situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk river, in the Mohawks country, lying to the west of my house and homestead where I now live and beginning by the cross fence which stands a little to the west of a small creek about 200 yards westerly up the river and so taking in all my arable land which lies to the west of the cross fence, being my great flats aforesaid. To hold them my said sons, Isaac Wemple and Ephraim Wemple, their heirs and assigns forever, to be equally divided and shared by them and among them share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item - To my son John Wemple, Jr. and to his heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise my easterly part of arable low land, situate, lying and being on the south side of the Mohawk River, in the Mohawks country, lying to the east of my dwelling house and homestead beginning at the cross fence about 200 yards to the west of my said dwelling house, and so taking in my houses, barns, orchard, homestead, together with my arable land lying to the east of my said house called Robert En Haihge as also my island lying in the Mohawk river just opposite my house in the Mohawks country called '"island" to hold to him, my son John Wempel his heirs and assigns forever.
To my three sons Isaac Wempel, Epharim Wempel and John Wempel, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise all my woodland, pastures ground, and premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate, lying and being in the Mohawks country, adjoining to the south of the low land and homestead herein about devised to them, to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them, and among them, share and share alike to the one no more nor better than to the other.
To my loving wife Arejaentje Wempel, I do give and bequeath all the rest and residue of real estate all my Negro slaves young and old, all my household goods and furniture, linen and woolen bedding, palte, cattle, etc, during her widowhood for her maintenance and livelihood and immediately after my said wife Arejaentje decease, if she remains unmarried or immediately after her remarriage which shall happen first,
I do then devise and dispose of the same in manner and form following, to wit: To my daughter Arejaentje, deceased her son Arent Bradt and her daughter Catollientje Bradt, children of Captain Andries Bradt, and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland, situate lying and being on an island which lies near the town of Schenectady to the bounds of said township to the west of side of the town, in the Mohawk river, on the southerly half of said island, is bounded west by two morgans of land, which I some time past conveyed to Widow van Driesen and north by the northerly half of the said island now belonging to Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck and south by the creek and so running along the said creek and partition of fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, easterly till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans (about 4 acres) of arable land to hold to them their heirs and assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more or better thereof than to the other.
Item. To my daughter, Maria Butler, the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, Jr. and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do give and devise two morgans of arable lowland situate lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above named island, on the south side thereof, bounded west by the two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my grandchildren Arent Brandt and Catolintje Brandt, children of my daughter Anjentje late deceased; as above state north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck above named and south by the creek and running so along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in the full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to have to her, my said daughter Maria, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my daughter, Rebecca Coneyn, the wife of Peter Coneyn and to her heirs and assigns forever, I do devise two morgans of arable lowland situate, lying and being in the bounds of the town of Schenectady on the above island on the south thereto bounded west by two morgans of arable land herein above given and devised to my daughter, Maria, south by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck as above named an so running along the creek and the partition fence of Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck till it takes in full quantity of two morgans of arable land, to hold to her my said daughter, Rebecca, and to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item. To my son Myndert Wempel deceased, his two sons, John Wempel and Myndert Wempel and to their heirs and assigns forever, I do give devise all the rest and residue of said island situate, lying and being in the bounds of the township of Schenectady just southwesterly of the said town, called the first or foremost island, bounded west by the two morgans of land herein last above given and devised to my daughter, Rebecca, south and east by the creek, north by Captain Jacobus Van Sleyck, as also my house and lot of ground lying in the town of Schenectady bounded east by the street, south by Daniel DeGraaf, north by the lot of Seymons Johan Veeder and west by the creek to held to them, their heirs & assigns forever, all to be equally shared and divided by them and among them, share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the other.
Item. It is my will and I do order and direct my four sons to wit; Reyer Wempel, Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel and John Wempel, or their heirs or assigns to pay or cause to be paid all my just debts and funeral charges, which I shall have paid at the time of my decease.
Item. It is my will and express order that if my two grandchildren herein above named John Wempel, and Myndert Wempel , sons of my son Myndert Wempel deceased, as above named do or shall happen to die without lawful issue of their body or bodies, Then what I have herein above given and devised him or them, so died as aforesaid with out lawful issue, shall descend and devolve on all my sons and daughters herein named equally and share and share and divide by them and among them, and share and share alike, to the one no more nor better thereof than to the others, anything herein contained to the contrary thereof not withstanding.
Item. It is my will if one or more of my three sons it wit; Isaac Wempel, Ephraim Wempel, or John Wempel shall die without lawful issue of his or their bodies that the survivor or survivors of my said three sons last named shall then have what I herein above have given & devised him or them so deceased as aforesaid, paying thereof in my just debts he or they so died without lawful issue was herein above directed and obliged to pay and perform.
I give and bequeath unto my son Isaac Wempel, my Negro boy named Caspel. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephraim Wempel, my Negro named Charles. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wemple, my Negro boy named Tobie. I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter, the daughter of my daughter, Arrantie wife of Captain Andries Bradt late deceased Catalientje, my Negro wench called Rood. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Deborah, the wife of Barent Wemple, my Negro wench named Hen. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Maria the wife of Lieutenant Walter Butler, my Negro wench named Saar. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rebecca my Negro girl named Mary. I give and bequeath unto my son John Wempel, my Negro man named Ned and my Negro wench named Gin, he to pay therefor to my grandson Myndert Wempel, above named the sum of twenty pounds, current money of New York, seven years after my wife's decease. I give and bequeath unto my son Ephramim Wemple, my Negro man named Prince, he paying therefor my grandson, John Wempel about named the sum of twenty pounds current money of New York seven years after my wife's decease.
Lastly, I make and ordain my brother Jacob Glen and my good friend Robert Sanders Executers of this my last will and testament, and do desire them to execute the same for me according to my true intention and meaning. Lastly I do hereby disannul and revoke all former wills by before this time made, willing that this and no other heretofore made to be my last will and testament.
In witness whereof I the said Jan Wempel have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal the day and year first above written." 
Death*1810 Isaac Wemple died in 1810.3 

Family

Elisabet Nieuwkerk b. 1 Nov 1719, d. 1814

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, The Wemple Family, by William C. Wemple.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Wilk (Owner: Davori).

Elisabet Nieuwkerk1

F, #13122, b. 1 November 1719, d. 1814
Married Name Her married name was Wemple.1 
Birth*1 November 1719 Elisabet Nieuwkerk was born on 1 November 1719 at Schenectady, New York.2 
Marriage*31 August 1738 She married Isaac Wemple, son of Johannes Myndert Wemple and Arejaentje Swits, on 31 August 1738 at Albany, New York.2 
Death*1814 Elisabet Nieuwkerk died in 1814.2 

Family

Isaac Wemple b. 28 Aug 1715, d. 1810

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees, Wilk (Owner: Davori).

Rebecca Wemp1

F, #13123, b. circa 29 September 1721
Father*Johannes Myndert Wemple2 b. c 1675, d. 14 Oct 1749
Mother*Arejaentje Swits1 b. s 1680
Married Name Her married name was Conyne.1 
Birth*circa 29 September 1721 Rebecca Wemp was born circa 29 September 1721.1 
Marriage*23 October 1741 She married Peter Conyne on 23 October 1741.1 

Family

Peter Conyne b. s 1715

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.
  2. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, The Wemple Family, by William C. Wemple.

Alida Wemple1

F, #13124, b. circa 30 April 1749, d. 17 December 1796
Birth*circa 30 April 1749 Alida Wemple was born circa 30 April 1749.1 
Marriage*21 August 1768 She married Myndert Reyerse Wemple, son of Reyer Wemple and Debora Veeder, on 21 August 1768.1 
Death*17 December 1796 Alida Wemple died on 17 December 1796.1 

Family

Myndert Reyerse Wemple b. 30 Sep 1742

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

John I. Wemple1

M, #13125, b. circa 1760
Father*Johannes Reyerse Wimpel1 b. 18 Apr 1732, d. 14 Sep 1814
Mother*Margarita Mebie1 b. 13 Oct 1734, d. 1 Feb 1762
Birth*circa 1760 John I. Wemple was born circa 1760.1 

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Anganita Brouwer1

F, #13126, b. say 1730, d. after 3 September 1804
Married Name Her married name was Wemple.1 
Birth*say 1730 Anganita Brouwer was born say 1730.1 
Marriage*18 May 1750 She married Ephraim Wemple, son of Johannes Myndert Wemple and Arejaentje Swits, on 18 May 1750.1 
Death*after 3 September 1804 Anganita Brouwer died after 3 September 1804.1 

Family

Ephraim Wemple b. c 16 Feb 1723/24, d. b Aug 1814
Child

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Sarah Wemple1

F, #13127, b. circa 25 February 1760
Father*Ephraim Wemple1 b. c 16 Feb 1723/24, d. b Aug 1814
Mother*Anganita Brouwer1 b. s 1730, d. a 3 Sep 1804
Birth*circa 25 February 1760 Sarah Wemple was born circa 25 February 1760.1 
Marriage*20 November 1784 She married Cornelius Wemple, son of Johannes Reyerse Wimpel and Margarita Mebie, on 20 November 1784.1 

Family

Cornelius Wemple b. c 1760, d. 1791

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Cornelius Wemple1

M, #13128, b. circa 1760, d. 1791
Father*Johannes Reyerse Wimpel1 b. 18 Apr 1732, d. 14 Sep 1814
Mother*Margarita Mebie1 b. 13 Oct 1734, d. 1 Feb 1762
Birth*circa 1760 Cornelius Wemple was born circa 1760.1 
Marriage*20 November 1784 He married Sarah Wemple, daughter of Ephraim Wemple and Anganita Brouwer, on 20 November 1784.1 
Death*1791 Cornelius Wemple died in 1791.1 

Family

Sarah Wemple b. c 25 Feb 1760

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Ariaantje Wemple1

F, #13129, b. circa 1760
Father*Johannes Reyerse Wimpel1 b. 18 Apr 1732, d. 14 Sep 1814
Mother*Margarita Mebie1 b. 13 Oct 1734, d. 1 Feb 1762
Married Name Her married name was Horne.1 
Birth*circa 1760 Ariaantje Wemple was born circa 1760.1 
Marriage* She married Matthias Horne.1 

Family

Matthias Horne b. s 1755

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Matthias Horne1

M, #13130, b. say 1755
Birth*say 1755 Matthias Horne was born say 1755. 
Marriage* He married Ariaantje Wemple, daughter of Johannes Reyerse Wimpel and Margarita Mebie.1 

Family

Ariaantje Wemple b. c 1760

Citations

  1. [S114] RootsWeb from Velda Marie Palen , 3 Aug 2000.

Reyer Schermerhorn1

M, #13131, b. say 1640
Birth*say 1640 Reyer Schermerhorn was born say 1640.1 
Land*5 June 1714  On 5 June 1714 at Schenectady County, New York, Reyer Schermerhorn Jonathan Dyer, bricklayer, of New York sold to Ryer Schermerhoorn, gentleman. 6th flat on N side of Mohawk River opposite land of Jan Mabee.2 
(Witness) Land1717 Reyer Wemple received property near Huffman's Ferry from his grandfather, Reyer Schermerhorn in 1717.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, unpublished manuscript by William Barent Wemple.
  2. [S241] Emails from Barbara Millar, Schenectady County Historical Society Deed Listings, D 6, http://www.schist.org/DeedFile.htm

Evert Janse Wendel1

M, #13132, b. say 1610
Birth*say 1610 Evert Janse Wendel was born say 1610.1 

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S122] David R. Wemple, "Susanna Wemple email," e-mail to John MayBee, 15 Oct 2000, unpublished manuscript by William Barent Wemple.

Annatie Bradt1

F, #13133, b. circa 1720
Married Name Her married name was Veeder.1 
Birth*circa 1720 Annatie Bradt was born circa 1720.1 
Marriage*24 December 1748 She married Simon Johannes Veeder, son of Johannes Symonse Veeder and Susanna Wemple, on 24 December 1748.2 

Family

Simon Johannes Veeder b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.
  2. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000, M VP Polacek; Van Patten Family; p. 694.

Cathlyntje Veeder1

F, #13134, b. 1716
Birth*1716 Cathlyntje Veeder was born in 1716.1 
Marriage*9 April 1752 She married Simon Johannes Veeder, son of Johannes Symonse Veeder and Susanna Wemple, on 9 April 1752.2 

Family

Simon Johannes Veeder b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Child

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.
  2. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000, M V P Polacek; the Van Patten Family; p. 694.

Catherina Veeder1

F, #13135, b. 15 December 1741
Father*Simon Johannes Veeder1 b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Mother*Catherina Van Petten1 b. 13 Sep 1718, d. 23 Dec 1741
Baptism15 December 1741 Catherina Veeder was baptized on 15 December 1741 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2 
Birth*15 December 1741 She was born on 15 December 1741 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2 

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.
  2. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000, M V P Polacek; The Van Patten Family; p. 694 :JPS; pp. 77, 78 :IGI NY.

Susanna Veeder1

F, #13136, b. 24 February 1744/45, d. before July 1752
Father*Simon Johannes Veeder1 b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Mother*Maria Van Der Volgen1 b. 5 Mar 1719/20
Baptism24 February 1744/45 Susanna Veeder was baptized on 24 February 1744/45 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Birth*24 February 1744/45 She was born on 24 February 1744/45 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Death*before July 1752 She died before July 1752.1 

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.

Catherina Van Petten1

F, #13137, b. 13 September 1718, d. 23 December 1741
Married Name Her married name was Veeder.1 
Birth*13 September 1718 Catherina Van Petten was born on 13 September 1718 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Marriage*10 July 1741 She married Simon Johannes Veeder, son of Johannes Symonse Veeder and Susanna Wemple, on 10 July 1741 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Death*23 December 1741 Catherina Van Petten died on 23 December 1741 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York, at age 23.1 

Family

Simon Johannes Veeder b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Child

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.

Susanna Bradt1

F, #13138, b. circa 1758, d. 10 September 1835
Father*Samuel Bradt2 b. 16 Oct 1715, d. 8 Aug 1799
Mother*Catherina Van Gyseling2 b. 3 Feb 1722, d. 29 Dec 1803
Married Name Her married name was Veeder.1 
Birth*circa 1758 Susanna Bradt was born circa 1758 at Rotterdam, Albany County, New York.1,3 
Baptism2 November 1758 She was baptized on 2 November 1758 at Dutch Reformed Church, Schenectady, New York.2 
Baptism18 November 1759 She was baptized on 18 November 1759 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.2 
Marriage*1781 She married Lucas Wyngaard Veeder, son of Simon Johannes Veeder and Cathlyntje Veeder, in 1781 at Schenectady, New York.1 
Death*10 September 1835 Susanna Bradt died on 10 September 1835 at Guilderland, Albany County, New York.1,3 
Burial* She and Lucas Wyngaard Veeder were buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery, Guilderland, Albany County, New York.1,3 

Family

Lucas Wyngaard Veeder b. 24 Jul 1757, d. 3 Jun 1811
Children

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  3. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 16755985.
  4. [S1] Ancestry.com, Thw Warring Family Tree.

Maria Van Der Volgen1

F, #13139, b. 5 March 1719/20
Married Name Her married name was Veeder.1 
Baptism5 March 1719/20 Maria Van Der Volgen was baptized on 5 March 1719/20 at Reformed Dutch Church, Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Birth*5 March 1719/20 She was born on 5 March 1719/20 at Schenectady, Albany County, New York.1 
Marriage*7 April 1744 She married Simon Johannes Veeder, son of Johannes Symonse Veeder and Susanna Wemple, on 7 April 1744.1 

Family

Simon Johannes Veeder b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Child

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.

Lucas Wyngaard Veeder1

M, #13140, b. 24 July 1757, d. 3 June 1811
Father*Simon Johannes Veeder1 b. 30 Oct 1709, d. 27 Sep 1786
Mother*Cathlyntje Veeder1 b. 1716
Baptism24 July 1757 Lucas Wyngaard Veeder was baptized on 24 July 1757 at Reformed Dutch Church, Albany, Albany County, New York.2 
Birth*24 July 1757 He was born on 24 July 1757 at Albany, Albany County, New York.1,3 
Marriage*1781 He married Susanna Bradt, daughter of Samuel Bradt and Catherina Van Gyseling, in 1781 at Schenectady, New York.1 
Death*3 June 1811 Lucas Wyngaard Veeder died on 3 June 1811 at Guilderland, Albany County, New York, at age 53.1,3 
Burial* He and Susanna Bradt were buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery, Guilderland, Albany County, New York.1,4 

Family

Susanna Bradt b. c 1758, d. 10 Sep 1835
Children

Citations

  1. [S111] RootsWeb from Jerry W. Wilson , 30 Jul 2000.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989.
  3. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 26577375.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 16755985.
  5. [S1] Ancestry.com, Thw Warring Family Tree.