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Marriage: Children:
  1. Johannes Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1661. Death: 20 JUL 1740 in Albany, Albany Co., New York

  2. Abraham Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1663. Death: JUL 1747

  3. Sara Cuyler: Birth: 14 JUL 1666. Death: MAY 1742

  4. Rachel Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1672. Death: 24 JUL 1747

  5. Henry Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1674. Death: 18 DEC 1766

  6. Delia Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1676.

  7. Maria Cuyler: Birth: 3 MAR 1677/78. Death: 14 SEP 1724

  8. Elsje Cuyler: Birth: ABT. 1680.

  9. Eva Cuyler: Birth: BEF. 1683. Death: AUG 1756

a. Note:   16 Feb; Jan Schepmoes, Sara Pieters Van Orcum; Maryn Adriaenszen, Lysbeth Thys dram Anna Schepmoes Cuyler by Stefan Bielinski
  Anna Schepmoes was baptized in New Amsterdam in February 1642. She was the daughter of New Netherland pioneers Jan Janse and Sarah Pieters Schepmoes.
  About 1660, she married tailor/businessman Hendrick Cuyler. About that time, the couple moved upriver to Beverwyck/Albany. Her large family established the Cuyler family in colonial New York. Like her husband, Anna was a member of the Albany Dutch church.
  Although Hendrick Cuyler prospered in the Albany business environment, about 1688, these Cuylers returned to New York City where he died in 1690. Anna was permitted use of his entire estate while she remained a widow. Although often deferring to her now adult children, she continued to conduct business through the end of the decade. At the same time, she maintained her home on upper State Street in Albany although it was occupied mostly by various numbers of her eight surviving children.
  Anna Schepmoes Cuyler died in New York City. Her will passed probate in March 1703.
  Sources: The life of Anna Schepmoes Cuyler is CAP biography number 8629. This profile is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
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