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HELP! flag male ancestor  Jacob Janse  DECKER

  (b. 22 May 1671 Kingston, Ulster County, New York Colony   d. abt. 1761 Minisink, Crown Colony of New York )  

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Jacob Janse DECKER was born 22 May 1671 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York Colony

Jacob Janse DECKER was the child of Jan Gerritsen DECKER   and   Grietjen Hendricks WESTERCAMP and the grandchild of: (maternal)  Hendrick Janse WESTERCAMP and Femmetje Albertse VAN NORDEN?

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Jacob Janse  married  Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT 2 September 1695 in Kingston, Ulster County, Crown Colony of New York .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT  was born abt. 1678 in Rochester, New York, USA.  Annatje Hendricks died abt. 1722 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus).  Annatje Hendricks was the child of Hendrick Jansen KORTREGHT and Catherine Hansen WEBBER.

Jacob Janse DECKER died abt. 1761 in Minisink, Crown Colony of New York .
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Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Jacob Janse DECKER

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Jacob Janse DECKER married flag female ancestor Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT-- Date: 2 September 1695 Place: Kingston, Ulster County, Crown Colony of New York
Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT was the child of Hendrick Jansen KORTREGHT and Catherine Hansen WEBBER


CORTRIGHT, ANTJE HENDRICKS
MARRIED Jacob Janse Decker
2 SEP 1695 .
Kingston, Ulster County, NY


Children of Jacob Janse DECKER and Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT:

flag female ancestor Margriet DECKER (b.31 March 1700, Rochester, Crown Colony of New York  d. abt. 1774, Lehman, Northampton, Crown Colony of Pennsylvania)
m. Bernardus SWARTWOUT 6 October 1720 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)



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22 May 1671
Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)

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Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
Old Senate House, Erected 1676, Kingston, N.Y.
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marriage1695 Marriage / Partner
Jacob Janse DECKER and Annatje Hendricks KORTREGHT 2 September 1695, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)

He was 24 years old.
1700 Birth of Child
Margriet DECKER was born 31 March 1700, Rochester, New York, USA

Jacob Janse was 28 years old.
marriage1720 Marriage of Child
Margriet DECKER married 6 October 1720, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus) to Bernardus SWARTWOUT
Added: 9/1/2016 2:41:03 PM - Updated: 12/27/2016 3:46:04 PM
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