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a. Note:   se Cool, the first of his name in this country, emigrated about 1639, being one of the very earliest pioneers. He belonged to Holland's estimable industrial class, possessed wealth and influence, but could not write in English. .......He married Altien Bracklonge, dying previous to 1664, as, on "Sept 4, 1664, Altien, widow of Cornelis Lambertse Cool, married 2d, Willem Brendenbent from Cologne." The children of Cornelis and Altien were: Altie married 1st Gerrit Couenhoven, 2d Elbert Elbertson; Pieterje Cornelis mar. Claes J. Van Purmerent; Lambert Cornelisse, name of wife not known, but he had a son, Abraham Cool..."
Note:   LDS Film #0514675 "Our Ancestors" by Charlotte R. Woglum Bangs, 1896. p 28. "Cornelis Lambert 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.