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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Geertje Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 11 AUG 1695.

  2. Jacob Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 14 OCT 1697.

  3. Tryntje Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 11 FEB 1699/00.

  4. Jan Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT APR 1702.

  5. Barent Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 10 JUL 1705.

  6. Abraham Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 2 NOV 1707.

  7. Hendrikje Cool or Kool: Birth: ABT 1709.


Sources
1. Title:   "Genealogical and Biographical Directory to Persons in New Netherland, from 1613-1674"
Author:   David M. Riker, 442 Woodcrest Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6810; � 1999 (December) by David M. Riker
Publication:   Family Tree Maker, CD11 New Netherland Vital Records, 1600s, Directory to Persons in New Netherland, 1600s, � 2000 Genealogy. com.
2. Title:   "The Barent Jacobsen Cool Family"
Page:   Pg. 27, viii; 56
Author:   Richard H. Benson
Publication:   � 2001 New England Historic Genealogical Society; Newbury Street Press, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3007
3. Title:   "The Barent Jacobsen Cool Family"
Author:   Richard H. Benson
Publication:   � 2001 New England Historic Genealogical Society; Newbury Street Press, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3007
4. Title:   "The Barent Jacobsen Cool Family"
Page:   Pg. 57
Author:   Richard H. Benson
Publication:   � 2001 New England Historic Genealogical Society; Newbury Street Press, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3007
5. Title:   "The Barent Jacobsen Cool Family"
Page:   Pg. 56
Author:   Richard H. Benson
Publication:   � 2001 New England Historic Genealogical Society; Newbury Street Press, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3007

Notes
a. Note:   SOURCES: Richard H. Benson, "The Barent Jacobsen Cool Family", (� 2001 New England Historic Genealogical Society; Newbury Street Press, 101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3007), Pg. 26, viii, (son of Jacob Barentsen Cool and Marretje Simons), "Jacob Cool, baptized 1 January 1673, sponsors Lucas Tienhoven and Tryntie Bickers." (" 'Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York', Record, 8[1877]:28"). For more on Jacob and his family, see page 56. Pg. 57, "A letter of administration was granted to his son, Jacob. In that document, Jacob was described as having been a weaver."


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