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HELP! immigrant flag female ancestor  Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter  SLECHT

  (b. 25 July 1642 Woerden, Netherlands   d. 2 May 1702 New Paltz, Ulster, Crown Colony of New York )  

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Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT was born 25 July 1642 in Woerden, Netherlands . Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT was the child of Cornelius Barentsen SLEGHT   and   Tryntje Tysse BOSCH

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter  married  Jans Bartensen KUNST 29 April 1663 in Kingston, Ulster County, New Amsterdam .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. Jans Bartensen KUNST  was born abt. 1640 in Netherlands (Holland) (Dutch East Indies).  Jans Bartensen died 27 October 1668 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus). 

Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter  married  (2) Gerrit FOKKER 28 October 1668 .  The couple had (at least) 1 child.

Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter  married  (3) Jan ELTINGE

Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT died 2 May 1702 in New Paltz, Ulster, Crown Colony of New York.
Details of the family tree of Jacomyntje appear below.
  • 1642 Birth
    25 July 1642
    Woerden, Netherlands (Holland)
  • 1663 Marriage / Partner
    Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT and Jans Bartensen KUNST 29 April 1663, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
  • 1664 Birth of Child
    Jannetje Jansz KUNST was born 24 February 1664, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
  • 1668 Marriage / Partner
    Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT and Gerrit FOKKER 28 October 1668,
  • 1668 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Jans Bartensen KUNST died 27 October 1668, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
  • 1702 Death
    2 May 1702
    New Paltz, Ulster, New York, USA


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Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT

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Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT married immigrant flag male ancestor Jans Bartensen KUNST-- Date: 29 April 1663 Place: Kingston, Ulster County, New Amsterdam


Children of Jans Bartensen KUNST and Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT:




Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT married  male ancestor Gerrit FOKKER-- Date: 28 October 1668 Place: 


Children of Gerrit FOKKER and Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT:

 female ancestor Hilletje FOKKER (b.,   d. , )




Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT married  male ancestor Jan ELTINGE-- Place: 


Children of Jan ELTINGE and Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT:


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1642 Birth
25 July 1642
Woerden, Netherlands (Holland)
1663 Marriage / Partner
Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT and Jans Bartensen KUNST 29 April 1663, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
1664 Birth of Child
Jannetje Jansz KUNST was born 24 February 1664, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
1668 Marriage / Partner
Jacomyntje Corneliusdochter SLECHT and Gerrit FOKKER 28 October 1668,
1668 Death of Spouse/Partner
Jans Bartensen KUNST died 27 October 1668, Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)
1702 Death
2 May 1702
New Paltz, Ulster, New York, USA
Added: 9/1/2016 4:01:46 PM - Updated: 12/23/2016 9:05:52 AM

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