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  1. Willemptje Barkelo: Birth: ABT 1683 in Staten Island, Richmond, Ny. Death: ABT 1755 in Richboro, Bucks, Pa

  2. Jannetje Berkelau: Birth: ABT 1707 in Staten Island,Richmond,NJ.

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Notes
a. Note:   Farmer 1654 abt, birth New Utrecht, Kings, NY 1669 Apl. 6 [age 15], bought farm of 24 morgans in New Utrecht, Kings, NY 1680 Nov. 15, he sold a farm of 48 morgens in New Utrecht, Kings, NY 1680, guardian of of the children of Jan Laurentszen 1682 Jan. 26, bought house and lot in New Utrecht, Kings, NY 1682 [abt], married Margrietie _____ 1682 or 1683, moves from New Utrecht, Kings, to Staten Island, Richmond, NY 1683 abt [age 29], daughter Willempje born in Staten Island, Richmond, NY 1697 Dec 6, granted the western most of the John Taylor's 80 acres oftheThree Soldiers' Lots at Willow Brook, Staten Island, NY, and subsequently builds a house 1701 Dec. 30, signs petition Of Protestants to King William III ? -, died on Staten Island 1706 abt, widow Margrietje remarries Johannes Roll 1740, Johannes Roll in posession of Willow Brook farm and builds stone house "The Roll Family, One Branch" by Edwin D. Roll, Oct 1982. LDS Microfiche 6018739.
  Per David Bartlow, [email protected], Feb 1999. About years.
  Ibid."Jan Harmense Barkuloo (c1664-a 1708) is one of the prime candidates for having had a son, born perhaps posthumously, and like Jan's daughters, not christened, or whose baptismal records became victims of unfortunate destruction."
  Various spellings. Barkuloo Barkelo Buckalow Burkloe Barcalow Berkelo
  "History of Hudson County" by Winfield. 'The Van Buskirk Family' p 489. "Pieter son of Lourens Andriessen, b Jan 1, 1666; m Trintje, dau of Hans Harmanse, of Constapel's Hoeck; d July 21, 1738. She died Nov 7, 1736. Through his wife he inherited one-half of the Hoeck, the other half he purchased, and some of his descendants still reside thereon."


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