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HELP! flag male ancestor  Johannes  COLE

  (b. 21 February 1714 Kingston, Ulster County, Crown Colony of New York   d. )  

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Johannes COLE was born 21 February 1714 in Kingston, Ulster County, Crown Colony of New York

Johannes COLE was the child of Willem Leendert COOL   and   Catryntje DU BOIS and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Leendert Meynerts Barents COOL and Marrije Cornelis HENDRICKSEN (maternal)  David Lowise DU BOIS and Cornelia Cornelise VERNOOY

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Johannes  married  Pieternella VAN AKEN .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Pieternella VAN AKEN  was born 17 April 1715 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus).  Pieternella was the child of Cornelis VAN AKEN and Zara (Sarah) WESTBROOK.

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Pieternella VAN AKEN was the child of Cornelis VAN AKEN and Zara (Sarah) WESTBROOK

Children of Johannes COLE and Pieternella VAN AKEN:

flag male ancestor Abraham COLE (b.9 October 1741, Deer Park, Suffolk, Crown Colony of New York  d. 20 December 1800, Wantage, Sussex, New Jersey, USA)
m. Hanna Henetje DECKER 19 November 1762

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21 February 1714
Kingston, Ulster County, New York, USA (Esopus)

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1741 Birth of Child
Abraham COLE was born 9 October 1741, Deer Park, Suffolk, New York, USA
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Prior to 1664 - New Amsterdam
1664 - 1687 - New York Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1788 - Crown Colony of New York
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