Cornelis Jansen Van Texel
(Cir 1600-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Catoneras

2. Geertje Teunis

Cornelis Jansen Van Texel 548

  • Born: Cir 1600 548,551
  • Partnership (1): Catoneras circa 1624 in Long Island, NY 548,550
  • Marriage (2): Geertje Teunis before 1662

  Noted events in his life were:

Name, Bef 1625. 548 The original form of the family name, "Van Texel" - of Texel <http://www.texel.net/e/tx-fr-nav1.html>indicates that the general ancestor was born, or for a time resided on the well known island of that name, situated off the coast of Holland.

Emigration, Between 1609 and 1625. 548 The year of his coming cannot be exactly fixed, as the records of that time are incomplete. But he must have come over in one of the Dutch vessels which commenced trading with the Indians shortly after Hendrick Hudson, in 1609 sailed up the River which bears his name, and could not have arrived in this country later than 1624. In all probability he came over a few years earlier. From papers examined it is the belief that he came here from the province of North Holland, in the Netherlands.

Binds his son, 1639. 548 The following agreement, the original of which was contained in Volume one of the Dutch Colonial Manuscripts, on file in the Archives Room of the New York State Library in the Capital, Albany, N.Y., until it was burned in the great fire of March 29, 1911, which partially destroyed the Library. It reads as follows:

"Cornelis Jansen Van Texel binds his son, Jan Cornelissen, to Hendrick Harmensen, and for the term of seven consecutive years; who also acknowledged to have accepted the above named Jan Cornelissen for the above mentioned term, with the express promise that he, Hendrick Harmensen, shall take care of the boy, as if he were his own son, duringthe seven years aforesaid.
Also Cornelis Jansen shall not have power to take his son from the above named Hendrick Harmensen, but only whenever the above mentioned time shall be expired.
"For all that is aforesaid, parties on either side shall, at the expiration of the aforesaid years, have no claim the one against the other, nor any manner of demand.
These presents are signed by parties in good faith without guile or deceit.
Done the third August 1639 in Fort Amsterdam in New Netherlands.


Cornelis had a relationship with Catoneras circa 1624 in Long Island, NY 548.,550 (Catoneras was born circa 1600 in Montauk Village, Long Island 547,548 and died in 1666 in Long Island City, NY 547.)


Cornelis next married Geertje Teunis before 1662.




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