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  1. SARA DeWANDELAER: Birth: ABT 20 JUL 1701. Death: BEF 1750

  2. Harmen DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 25 NOV 1702.

  3. Johannes DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 22 OCT 1704.

  4. Rebecca DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 29 SEP 1706.

  5. Andries DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 15 DEC 1708.

  6. Maria DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 25 DEC 1715.

  7. Harmen DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 16 FEB 1718.

  8. Adriaan DeWandelaer: Birth: ABT 19 MAY 1722.

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1. Title:   Duemyer, Louis, Intro. by, Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, NY 1683-1809 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc. 1978)
2. Title:   Reynolds, Cuyler, Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical & Family Memoirs, 4 Vols. (NY: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1911)
3. Title:   Pearson, Jonathan, Contributions for the Genealogies of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany (Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., reprinted 1984)

a. Note:   [] Harme Van Ganesvoort (or Van Ganzvort) died July 23, 1710. He was a man of character and ability, a member of the Lutheran Church. Of his means he gave to the society of that church a lot of land on which to erect a house of worship, and beneath the pulpit in the church his remains were buried. The lot is on South Pearl Street, where the market house was built in later years. his wife was Marritje Liendarts, who died in 1742. Children: 1. Elsie, married 1689, Francis Winne. 2. Maria. 3. Auguitie, married, 1698, Teunis Williams. 4. Anna, married, 1692, Jacobus De Warren. 5. Lysbeth, married, 1701, Johannes De Wandelaer. 6. Hillitie, married, 1706, Albert Van Derzee. 7. Caterine, married, 1714, Asent Pruyn. 8. Leonard, born 1681 (see post). 9. Rachel, born 1686, married Teunis Hamerin. 10. Lydia, born 1690. 11. Rebecca, 1693. 12. Hendrick, 1696. II) Leonard Gansevoort (Liendart Van Ganzvort), son of Harme and Marritje (Liendarts) Van Gansvort, was born in Albany, in 1681, and died there November 30, 1763. He succeeded his father in the ownership of the brewery and its business, and continued t as his principal occupation. He is remembered as a man of small stature, of placid and serene countenance, and of upright character. He married, in 1712, Catherine De Wandelaer, 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.