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  1. Jannetje Ariese Roosa: Birth: ABT. 1672 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York. Death: BEF. 22 JUN 1731

  2. Aldert Ariese Roosa: Birth: ABT. 1674 in Hurley (on Esopus Creek), Ulster County, New York. Death: ABT. 1750 in Ulster County, New York

  3. Ariaantje Ariese Roosa: Birth: ABT. 1676.

  4. Rebecca Ariese Roosa: Birth: 20 MAR 1677/78 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York.

  5. Evert Ariese Roosa: Birth: 26 OCT 1679 in Hurley (on Esopus Creek), Ulster County, New York. Death: ABT. 1749 in Ulster County, New York

  6. Wyntie Ariese Roosa: Birth: ABT. 1681 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York.

  7. Gysbert Ariese Roosa: Birth: ABT. 1683.

  8. Engeltia Ariese Roosa: Birth: SEP 1685 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Death: 21 JAN 1778 in Rochester, Ulster, New York

  9. Annetje Ariese Roosa: Birth: 22 DEC 1687 in New Hackensack in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York.

  10. Ary Ariese Roosa: Birth: 3 JUN 1694 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York.

  11. Mary Ariese Roosa: Birth: 28 AUG 1698 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York.


Notes
a. Note:   ID: I552603536 Name: Arie ROOSA Given Name: Arie Surname: Roosa Sex: M Birth: 3 Jun 1645 in Herwijnen, Gelderland, the Netherlands Death: 1725 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York Burial: Hurley (on Esopus Creek), Ulster County, New York Note: There have been conflicting dates of Arie's death. Some sources indicate that he died in 1685 and as late as 1713. another resource has his death in 1725 in Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York and buried in Hurley, Ulster County, New York. He came from the Netherlands in 1660 on the Spotted Cow with his parents and siblings. He was involoved with his father in the so-called Esopus Mutiny. Arie was captain in the militia regiment of Ulster and Dutchess Counties. He was one of five people who received lots during a division of the Dongan Patent. He received lots one and four on May 26, 1702. Arie also used the Rose surname.
  In the partition of 1702, Arie Roosa was given Lot 1. He had married Maria Pels, probably a daughter of Evert Pels of Esopus, and he was therefore, brother-in-law to Gerrit Aertsen, who had married Clara, another of Evert Pels' daughters. Nine years later on March 11, 1711, Arie Roosa sold this lot to Laurens Osterhout of Hurley for 60 pounds. Osterhout had married Rebecka Roosa, who was doubtless a near relative of Arie Roosa. Arie Roosa, b ca1643 Herwynen, Holland, came to America with his father Aldert Heymansen Roosa aboard the "Bontekoe" on 4/15/1660, and married Maria Pels, daughter of Evert Pels and Jannetje Symens, sister of Sara and Claartje Aertsen (Van Wagenen). On November 3, 1741, Osterhout sold the property to Jacobus Van Etten for 370 pounds by deed which described the property as containing about _(?) acres. Van Etten willed the land to his sons, Matthew and Isaac, and Isaac mortgaged his share to the Loan Officers of Dutchess County who by deed dated September 1793, sold it to Dr. Thomas Tillotson, who would one day become a New York Assemblyman (1788-1790), Senator (1791-1798) and Secretary of State (1807-1808). The present day Lynwood is occupied by the Sisters of St. Ursula as a retreat home.



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