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  1. Annatje Evertsen Pels: Birth: ABT. 1643. Death: BEF. 1688

  2. Evert Evertsen Pels: Birth: ABT. 1645.

  3. Clara Evertsen Pels: Birth: 10 SEP 1651. Death: AFT. 14 MAY 1721

  4. Maria Evertsen Pels: Birth: 1652 in Greenbush,Rensselair,NY. Death: AFT. 8 SEP 1706

  5. Lysbeth Evertsen Pels: Birth: ABT. 1656 in Renselaerswyck.

  6. Sara Evertsen Pels: Birth: 3 JUL 1659 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Death: AFT. 18 AUG 1706

  7. Rebecca Evertsen Pels: Birth: 13 NOV 1661.

  8. Symen Evertsen Pels: Birth: 29 MAR 1665 in Kingston, Ulster County, New York.

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a. Note:   9 Setpemb. Evert Duycking, j. m. Van Borken, en Hendrickje Simons, j. d. Van Noordthorn. DRAM 1646
  Evert Pels (M) b. September 5, 1624, d. June 29, 1686, #102286 Evert Pels was born on September 5, 1624 at Stettin, Pomerania, Germany. Evert Pels was born circa 1620 at Stettin, Pomerania, Germany. He married Jannetje Symens on December 12, 1641 at Old Church, Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. Evert Pels married Jannetje Symens before 1642. Evert Pels died on June 29, 1686 at Esopus, Ulster County, New York, at age 61. He was also known as Evertsen Pels. He was engaged abroad as a brewer for a term of six years on June 5, 1642. He and Jannetje Symens immigrated on August 4, 1642 to New Amsterdam, New York County, New York; aboard the ship "Houttuyn." Evert Pels was he built a brewery in Renselaerswyck, NY after August 4, 1642 at Renselaerwyck, Albany County, New York. He resided at at Renselaerwyck, Albany County, New York, after August 4, 1642. He leased he leased the farm formerly of Symon Walichsz on Papscance Ialand for six years. There he built a house and barn. He turned the lease over to Juriaen Bestual and Jochem Kettelheym after two yeas in 1649 in 1647 at Renselaerwyck, Albany County, New York. He leased he leased the farm formerly of Crijn Cornecisz in 1649 at Greenbush, Albany County, New York. He leased he leased the saw and grist mill between 1649 and 1658 at Greenbush, Albany County, New York. He sold land land on Manhatten Island in 1656 at Manhattan, New York County, New York. He sent 2,100 beaver skins down the river to New Amsterdam in 1657. He he with 11 others attacked the Indians camped around the Esopus stockade. This attack brought on the raid on Esopis by 500 Indians six days later resulting in a massacure in 1659 at Kingston, Ulster County, New York. He resided at at Kingston, Ulster County, New York, in 1661



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