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  1. Annette Barentse VAN ROTTMERS: Birth: 1608 in Altenbruch Otterndorf, Region Hannover, Lower Saxony, GERMANY. Death: 6 JUN 1662 in Fort Orange/Beverwyck, Albany Co., New York, USA

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2. Title:   The Peters Family
3. Title:   Ulster County, New York Ancestors & Descendents

a. Note:   SOURCE: �Ulster County, New York Ancestors & Descendents� by Lorraine Luke
  Geesie Barents came to New Netherlands in 1640 and had remarried to Pieter Jacobse Van Rynsburgh. 1640 . . . The ship named Den Waterhondt sailed from the Texel before 15 June 1640, arrived New Amsterdam before 25 October 1640. Listed on the ship was Teunis Jacobsz from Schoonderwoert. Also listed on the ship were the following people:
  1. Gijsje Berents wife of Pieter Jacobsz. This is Geesje Barentsdr. the wife of Barent Rottmer and mother of Aefje Barents Rottmer who married Albert Andriessen de Noorman aka Bradt. Her second husband was Pieter Jacobsz van Rynsburch. 2.
 2. Adriaen Teunisz van der Bilt [VRB]
 3. Lysbeth Brants [VRB]
 4. Gerritje Brants [VRB]
 5. Cornelis Cornelisz from Schoenderwoerdt [VRB]
 6. Jan Cornelisz from Houten [VRB]
 7. Cornelis Crijnen from Houten [VRB]
 8. Jan Crijnen from Houten [VRB]
 9. Claes Gerritsz from Schoennerwoorde [VRB]
 10. Nijs Jacobsz [VRB]
 11. Teunis Jacobsz from Schoonderwoert [VRB]
 12. Jan Reyersz from Houten [VRB]
 13. Dirck Teunisz. He was the son of Teunis Dircksz van Vechten. [VRB]
  Resource: THE NORWEGIAN BRADT FAMILY by Lorine McGinnis Schulze.
  At the time Gissel was living on the Schaepensteegje or Sheep Alley in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Geesie's husband Barent Rottmer is never listed, so it is assumed he died before 1632.
  When Geesie Barents came to New Netherland on board Den Waterhondt in the fall of 1640 her husband Barent Rottmer was dead. By the end of 1640 she had married Pieter Jacobse Van Rynsburgh, whether in Holland or not is not known. Pieter was probably the West India Company gunner at Fort Orange.
  The passenger list of Den Waterhondt, which sailed from The Texel in June or July 1640 for New Netherland, lists Gijsje Berents, wife of Pieter Jacobsz. Gijsje was charged with board on den Waterhondt in 1640 and credited with 28 days work done by her husband at the home of Arent van Curler. Pieter Jacobsz may have been the �constapel� of Fort Orange, who on 15 April 1652 by order of Johannes Dyckman, tore van Slichtenhorst's proclamation from the house of Gijsbert Cornelisz, tavern keeper.
  Geesie and Pieter filed a joint will in New Amsterdam in June 1642 leaving all of their separate estates to each other. If Geesie died first, Pieter was to pay her daughter Annatie, twenty carolus guilders. Since Pieter made the first of three payments to the deacons of Fort Orange for an adult funeral pall, on 12 April 1658, it appears that Geesie had died that previous winter or spring.
  1662 . . . Baptismal record transcription from church records by Hoes 81 - March 13. Cornelia, daughter of Eva Bratt and Roleof Swartwout, had as her baptismal sponsors Cornelis Slecht, Jannetje Pels, Willemje Jacobs, and Geesje Barents. Geesje Barents was the child's maternal great grandmother.
  1667 . . . Baptismal sponsor as noted. Child: Cornelia. Reference ID: 81. Bapt. Date: 13 Mar 1667. Parents: Roeloff Swartwout and Eva Swartwout. Sponsors: Cornelis Slecht; Jannetje Pels; Willempje Jacobs; Thomes Loodewycksen and Geesje Barents . Source: Kingston Baptismal Register. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.