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  • ID: I96855
  • Name: Steven Coert Van Voorhees
  • Surname: Van Voorhees
  • Given Name: Steven Coert
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1615 in Hees, Drenth, Netherlands
  • Death: 16 Feb 1684 in Flatlands, Long Island, Kings, New York
  • _UID: BA05BC3819AEA34C93839DB6FC7BD5D9F708
  • Note:
    Lewis Bertholf Family History - JAMES B. Marvin Ancestor Report.rtf
    Notes for Steven Coert Van Voorhees: [BARTHOLF.ftw]
    Steven Coerte Van Voorhees b. 1600.
    Source: Genealogy of the Van Voorhees Family in America.
    Descendants of Steven Coerte Van Voorhees of Holland, and Flatlands, L.I. G.P. Putnam Sons, T he Kinckerbocker Press, 1888, New York & London. Born at the Farm of Voorhees in the Provinc e of Drenthe, the Netherlands.
    He emigrated from the village of Hess, in the province of Drenthe, Holland in April 1660, i n the ship " Bontekoe " ( spotted cow ), Capt. Peter Lucassen, with his ( second ) wife and s even children
    [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 12, Ed. 1, Tree #0472, Date of Import: Nov 26, 1999]
    ! Arrived in New Amsterdam 1 June 1660
    John Cuan Voorhese branch of the Van Voorhese Family
    [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 12, Ed. 1, Tree #0472, Date of Import: Nov 29, 1999]
    Steven Coerts/Koerts Van Voorhees came to America when he was 60 (1660). He landed in New Ams terdam, NY. He was married twice, while still in Holland. The name of his first wife has no t been found in any records. There is a record of the first wife giving birth to his first th ree children. The second wife is the mother of his younger children. The ages of the family c ome from the ship's records, so they may not be correct. (There are ages for six children, bu t seven children came to America.) There were two daughters who were named Hendrickje---one b y each wife. The older Hendrickje was married to Jan Kiersen when she came to America in 1660 . The younger Hendrickje also arrived in America in 1660, and was the first wife of Albert Al bertse TERHUNE. Albert Terhune married two more times after Hendrickje's death.
    Steven Koerts acquired the equipment for the brewing business, so he probably opened a busine ss in Brooklyn, New York, then called the Flatlands (Flatbush).
    By 1677, Steven and his wife, Willempje, were recorded as members of the Dutch Reform Churc h in the Flatlands.
    Steven was appointed a magistrate in 1664, and in th same year, along with Elbert Elbertse ST OOTHOFF, represented Nieuw Amersfoort in the Provincial Assembly.
    In October 1667, Steven, along with others, patented the town of Flatlands. [BARTHOLFz.FTW]
  • Change Date: 7 Dec 2013 at 00:00:00

    Father: Coert Albertse Van Voorhees
    Mother: Mergin Hendricks

    Marriage 1 Willemtje Roelofse Sebring Seubering
      1. Has No Children Lucas Stevense Van Voorhees b: 1650 in Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands
      2. Has No Children Jan Stevense Van Voorhees b: 1652 in Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands
      3. Has Children Hendricktje Stevense Van Voorhees b: 1655 in Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands
      4. Has No Children Albertse Stevense Van Voorhees b: 1656 in Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands
      5. Has No Children Jannetje Stevensen Van Voorhees b: 25 Dec 1658 in Hees, Drenthe, Netherlands
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