Note: "The Roll Family, One Branch" by Edwin D. Roll, Oct 1982. LDS Microfiche 6018739. "The Huguenot", Vol 2, No 3, Mar-Apr 1932. "Thunis Egberts, of Fresh Kills, first wife, Susanne Le Tillier dau of Jan Le Tillier a Hug. of Brook, was mag. of Buschwick 1661, was from Norm.FR."
"The Dutch Settlers Society of Albany" Vol 41, 1966-1968. "Additional Buriel Records of the First Reformed Dutch Church of Albany", 1731 Thunis Egberts.
Widower of Susanne Letelier. Theunis died 1721, will dated 6 Jul 1721, proved 25 Aug 1721 of Staten Island. Wife Jannetje was mentioned, son Teunis bap 1718 and dau Susanna 1715.
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WayneLII@aol.com, Apr 1999.Theunis Egbertszen b abt June 1662, Bapt New Amsterdam Dut Ref Chu,NY 9 Jul 1662. From WFT, CD. (1662, 9 Jul; Egbert Sandertszen, Hermentje Harmens; Theunis; Grietie Jacobs.)
Dutch-Colonies Rootsweb list, Sep 1999. Submitted by WayneLII@aol.com. "Baptism records for 1662, 9 Jul; Egbert Sandertszen, Hermentje Harmens; Theunis; Grietie Jacobs." Abstracts of Wills Vol II 1708-1728, pages 239 & 240: Page 258.--In the name of God, Amen, July 6, 1721. I, Teunis Egbertse, of the county of Richmond, yeoman, being sick. I leave to my eldest son Egbert, 5 shillings as in full of all pretence of being heir-at-law. I leave all my lands and tenements to my seven sons, Egbert, John, Abraham, Jacques, Isaac, Laurence and Teunis. My wife Jannettie "is to reap all the benefit of my estate during her life or widowhood." I leave to my daughters, Harmitie, Mary and Sarah, each ce20. I make my wife and son Jacques, executors. Witnesses, William Braisted, Engelbert Lott. Proved, August 25, 1721.
The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. Vol 131----July 2000. Barbara A. Barth. pp 135-142. "Married secondly abt 1714 Teunis Egbert(sen), baptized in New York 9 July 1662, the son of Egbert Sanderszen and Hermentje Harmens of Flatbush and Bergen. Teunis was a widower, probably of Susanne Letelier. He and Jannetje had children Susanna, baptized 18 Oct 1715, and Teunis, 10 Aug 1718, although on the first occasion of the mother's name was not indicated. In Teunis Egbert's will, written 6 July 1721, proved 25 Aug 1721, he was of Staten Island, and his wife Jannetje was mentioned as were the children of both his marriages. Jannetje was last recorded 13 June 1731, a baptismal sponsor for her granddaughter Jannetje Personett."
Dutch-Colonies@rootsweb.com "I have a copy of an original document concerning Vincent Fountain on Staten Island and a map of Staten Island showing the location of his property. The document reads:. “Whereas our loving subject Theunis Eghbertse of our County of Richmond, planter hath by his peitcon presented unto our trusty and welbeloved Benjamin Ffletcher our Captaine General and Governour in Cheife of our Province of New Yorke and Territoryes depending thereon in America &c prayed our Grant and confirmation of a certaine lott of land situate lyeing and being within our said County of Richmond between the land of Vincent Ffountaine and Bartlett neere the head of the fresh kills containing by estimacon eighty acres more or less and also eight acres of meadow adjoyning thereunto in the front to the said fresh kills which land was by mean assureance in the law conveyed by one Peter Buckelewen unto the said Theunis Theunis Eghbertse which reasonable request we being willing to grant Know Yee that of our speciall grace certain knowledge and meere mocon We have given granted ratifyed and confirmed and these presents do for us our heirs and successours grant ratifye and confirme unto the said Theunis Eghbertse all the aforere cited lott of land and meadow”-------(document continues for two more pages). This was signed on May 27, 1697.The Peter Buckelew mentioned in this deed was my 8th great grandfather."|Douglas C. Buckelew
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