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Marriage: Children:
  1. Elsje Jans: Birth: 1653.

  2. Sara Jans: Birth: 1662.

a. Note:   ohn R. Gray. Prepared by Wm H. Blue. p 5. "Frederick Janss died before 1653, for in that year his widow married Jan Pieterse Staats in New Amsterdam." "Jan Frederickse grew up in New Amsterdam (New York) and at the age of eight years worked as a servant of Jan de Perie (possibly Jan Pieterse, his step-father)."
  Dutch-Colonies list. "His first wife Elsje was killed by Indians in 1651. He married the widow of Frederick Jansen, Grietje van Groeningen in 1652. Frederick Jansen had a ground-brief dated March 10. 1651, Section A, Lot #9 in/at New Amsterdam. Frederick and Grietje had three children, Annetje who was baptised at the DRC in Recife, Brazil in 1646 and possible twins, Aeltie and Jan who were baptised in 1649. Annetje/Fredericx married Peter Buckelew (Bokkeljoen) about 1670. Their Son, Frederick was baptised at the DRC in 1676. Aeltje married Jacob Cornelsen Stille in 1671. Her mother Grietje and her stepfather, Jan Pietersen attended the wedding. Jan Pietersen and Grietje, the widow of Frederick Jansen, sold the land previously owned by Frederick Jansen in 1656 to Hans Steyn. Jan Pietersen van Husum, sometime identified as Jan Pietersen Staats did not use the name Staats but his sons did when they took the Oath of Allegience in 1687. Jan Pietersen and Grietje had two children. Elsje who was born in t1653 and Sara who was born in 1662. Elsje married Conradus Van der Beek." Dutch Colonies list. "....the Frederick Jansen that Stokes' shows [Icon II:361] who was granted a lot west side of Broadway in 10 Mar 1651. That lot was sold 23 Jun 1656 by "Jan Pietersen, husband and guardian of Gretchen Jansen, wid. of Frederic Jansen:.
  THE CHALICE, The National Blue Family Association, Spring 2010. Douglas C. Buckelew, VA. Jan Pietersen and his first wife, Elsje had five children: Pieter Janszen b abt 1638; Neeltje Jans bap DRC 9 Sep 1640; Jan Jansen bap DRC 28 Jun 1643; Annetje bap DRC28 Jun 1643; Ruth (Ruji) bap DRC 22 Nov 1648. Elsje was killed by Indians in 1651.
Note:   "The Chalice", Newsletter of the Natl Blue Family Assoc, Issue 14, #2, Nov 1996. Editor Rev J 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.