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  1. Harman van Barkeloo: Birth: ABT 1662 in New Amsterdam. Death: BEF 15 Mar 1728/1729 in Cecil, MD

  2. Jan Harmensen van Barkelo: Birth: ABT 1664 in New Utrecht, Kings, NY. Death: 26 Oct 1700 in Constable Hook, Bergen, Nj

  3. Willem Hermensen van Barkeloo: Birth: 1666 in New Utrecht,Kings,NY. Death: ABT 1725

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a. Note:   rlands. Married 11 Apr 1653 Hengelo,Gelderland,Netherlands. Died 1671 New Utrecht,Long Island,New Amsterdam.
  THE DUTCH ANCESTRY OF THE VAN BARKELLO FAMILY IN EARLY KINGS COUNTY, NEW YORK; IN THE NETHERLANDS Geesteren Dutch Reform Church records: Marriages 27 March 1653: Harmen Lubberdinck son of Jan Lubberdinck from Geesteren with Willemken Elderinck daughter of Warner Elderinck from Hengelo and married there 11 April." Calendar of New Jersey Wills. V. 23, p 211. 1694 Nov 12. (Dutch and English). Harmense, Hans, and wife Willemtje Warnaers, of Constapels Hook; joint will of. Children of said Willemtje by her first husband Harmen vanBorckeloo, vizt., Jannetje, Reynier and Harmen, her brother-in-law, Jan Harmensen van Borceloo; children of Hans and Willemtje-Tryntje and Annetje Hans; Willem van Borckeloo a legatee. Temporal estate. The survivor executor. Witnesses-Hessel Wiggerts, Baerendt Christianse. Codicill of October 19, 1700, signed ony by Hans Harmens, provides for grandson Hartman Claus, as whose guardians son John Harmanson and Daniel Shottwell are named. Witnesses-Ellis Duxbury and John Oven. Proved October 6, 1701. N.J. Archives xxl,p.145, and Bergen Wills. 1700 Nov 12. Harmensen, Hans, of Constapels Hook. Inventory of the estate of, made by Cornelis Neeirus and Ephraim Tealer for the sake of partition between Pieter van Boskerck as husband and guardian of Tryntje Hans as heiress and Jan Harmense van Borckelo and Daniel Sadwell as administrators and guardians for Hartman Claesen, heir of Annetje Hans, incl. debts due by Willem van Borckeloo, Jan van Borckeloo, Hartman Michielse, Jan Aertsen van der Bilt and Brant Schuyler, florins 11043 (£4417.20). Bergen Wills.
  name from internet. "Willem came first to New Utrecht in the fall of 1657 to New Utrecht. He bought a house in Gravesend, 23 Jan 1662 to be near his father-in-law, Anthony Janses Van Salee. He returned to Holland and on 22 Jul 1662, he and his brother Harmon's family of wife and 2 children arrived on the De Trouw (The Faith) in New Amsterdam. The fact of their relationship is proven by a declaration dated 22 Jun 1662 from the Register of Salomon Le Chair/Clair, Notary Public of New Amsterdam, published in Holland Soc. Yearbook 1900:143."
  NYG7BR, Vol 115, #4, pp 193-198 Oct 1984. "Dutch Ancestry of the Van Barkello Family". Banns were called on 27 Mar 1653 for Harmen Lubberdink, son of Jan Lubberdink from Geesteren and Willemken Elderinck, daughter of Warner Elderinck from Hengelo. The marriage took place on 11 Apr 1653.
  NYG&BR Vol 77:1, pp31-34, Jan 1946 by William J. Hoffman, "Van Barkelo Family". Has Willem Harmensz m Maria Cortelyou as a son. Does not have Tryntje as named in the above will.
  Rootsweb WorldConnect Project. d 1671
  Ibid. Shannon Flewelling
  Harmen Janze van Berckeloo, brother of Willem Janze van Berckeloo, arrived in this country during May 1662 on the ship de Trouw, with a wife and two children, ages 5 and 3 year. Source: Ship accounts of WIC of passengers owing money; The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 115, October 1984, p. 194 The name of Harman's wife can be found in the joint will of her second husband, Hans Harmansz; she is refereed to as Willemtjen Warnaers also surnamed Eldringh elsewhere in the records. In this document her children by Harmen Jansz, her first husband, named Jannetje, Reynier, Harmen and Jan Harmensz van Berckeloo, Willem Van Berckeloo were to receive a legacy. In the will, dated 12 November 1694, Willempje's patronymic is Warnaers. The first two children mentioned in the ships listing are Jannetje and Reynier, born respectively about 1657 and 1659 in the Netherlands. Investigation of the Geesteren DRC records contained the floowing interesting entries: (G.S. film No. 108.713) Membership records, list made up in 1655: Harmen Lubberdinck (Lubbeerdinck, a farmstead on which they resided for several generations, is located southeast of Geesteren. In America, this very local name was superseded by van Barculoo.) & wife, traveled to new Nederland. Baptismal record 1652 onwards: 27 April 1656: Harman Lubberdinck's and Willemken's daughter Jenneke baptized, witnesses: Warner Elderinck, Geesken Lubberdinck & Otjen Mols 5 June 1659: Harmen Lubberdinck's and Willemken's son Reint baptized. Witnesses: the Noble squire Reiner van Duithe named Buth toe Mensinck, Jan Lubberdinck the Elder and Griete Mols. Marriages, 1652 onwards: 27 March 1653: Harmen Lubberdinck son of Jan Lubberdinck from Geesteren with Willemken Elderinck daughter of Warner Elderinck from Hengelo and married there 11 April. Source: The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 115, October 1984, p. 195
  THE NEW YORK Genealogical and Biographical Record, VOL 84, THE VAN BARKELO FAMILY IN AMERICA by Mrs. John M Spell. 1953 "Harmen Jans died prior to May 12, 1672, as on that date his widow married, in gravesend, L. I., Hans Harmensen of New Utrecht by whom she had two daughters, Tryntje Hanse and Annetje Hanse. The entire family moved from Long Island to New Jersey and in July 1681, Hans Harmensen, then living in Constable's Hook, N. J., applied for land for himself, his wife, his wife's sons - by her first hsuband - Reynier, Harman, John, and William and also for two daughters fo his own, aged nine and seven years. Hans Harmensen continued to live there until his death Oct. 26, 1700; his wife Willempje had predeceased him, having died there Oct. 28, 1697. THE NEW YORK Genealogical and Biographical Record, VOL 77, VAN BARKELO FAMILY by William J. Hoffman. 1946 "Willempje mar. (2nd) Hans Harmensen of New Utrecht who is listed there on the Assessment Roll of 1676 wuth 1 poll, 3 horses, 4 cows, and 24 morgen of land. His name does not appear on the 1683 list as by that time he had removed to Constable's Hook, NJ, where he died Oct. 26, 1700. Willempje died there Oct. 28, 1697, and was the 79th person to be buried with a pall (def. a cloth spread over a coffin)."
  They embarked on the ship De Trouw (The Faith) and sailed for the New World. A ship could have no better name for such a trip. Captained by Captain Jan Janz Besteraer, it landed in New Netherlands March 24, 1662. The passenger list is still in existence and shows Willem Janzen Van Borkeloo, Harman Janzen Van Borkelo, his wife and two children age five and three. This is from the Year Book of the Holland Society for 1902.
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