4 edition of Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||H. Dorothea Romer and Helen B. Hartman.|
|Contributions||Hartman, Helen B.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D994 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||81065396|
His descendants were prominent US patriots—the British burned down the original Dyckman homestead at what became Broadway and th St., and his great grandsons built the farmhouse that still. Samuel Burhans, Burhans Genealogy, Descendants from the First Ancestor in America, Jacob Burhans, , and his son, Jan Burhans, , to (New York: Author, ), page 5. Deposition of Willem Traphagen before Willem de la Montagne, Secretary of the Honorable Justices. Jan Dyckman, a German immigrant from Westphalia arrived in the Dutch settlement below what is now Wall Street and soon thereafter purchased several hundred acres far to the north where he established his farm in As land was added, the Dyckman farm stretched from river to river and roughly from today’s rd Street to the s.
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Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants Hardcover – January 1, by H. Dorothea and Helen B. Hartman Romer (Author)Author: H.
Dorothea and Helen B. Hartman Romer. Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants by Romer, H. Dorothea; Hartman, Helen BPages: Jan Dyckman of Harlem and His Descendants is a superb book that gives a vivid portrait of many generations in the Dyckman family.
It is well organized and full of information. Ethel Stanton, A 5/5(2). Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants. Jan Dyckman (d. ) immigrated to New Netherland from Bentheim, Westphalia, prior to He married Magdalena Tourneur () in Inhe married Rebecca Waldron Nagel ( ca.
), widow of Jan Nagel. Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants by H. Dorothea Romer. Published by J.A. Thompson in New York ( E. 72nd St., New York ). Written in EnglishPages: Jan Dyckman Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants book Harlem and his descendants by H. Dorothea Romer; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy; Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants book New York (State); People: Dyckman family.
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Barney Hicks Dyckman may have been born in NY in the 's. While at the Dyckman Farmhouse I was able to take a quick look at the book: Jan Dyckman of Harlem and His Descendants by H. Dorothea Romer and Helen B. Hartman. New York. It was privately published and only copies were printed.
Look for a copy of Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his Descendants by H. Dorothea Romer and Helen B. Hartman (NY: Private printing,). It is an excellent source for information Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants book the family, but it is very difficult to find.
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Comments (0) Statement Of Responsibility Media Type Text Genealogical Resource Item Types Family histories Books Notes Includes a section on the Canadian Dykemans.; Includes bibliographical references and indexes Publisher Julia A.
Thompson Place of Publication New York, NY Collation. Garrett Dyckman 16 Feb Harlem, Bronx, New York - 07 May managed by New Netherland Settlers WikiTree last edited 29 Jan Peter Corne Dyckman Jan New York, United States - 20 Apr last edited 26 Jan Also Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his defendants is a handy book for Dykeman / Dyckman family since We bought our copies from Dyckman House in New : Craig Siulinski.
This information is excerpted from Jan Dyckman of Harlem and His Descendants; New York: Capital City Press, The book was begun by H. Dorothea Romer, who died bycontinued by Mrs. Helen B. Hartman, who died inand completed by Julia A. Thompson. Dec 9, - Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants by H.
Dorothea. Hartman, Helen B. Romer,=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Ly9ksb0RPGT82GY4. Dyckman is a big name in upper Manhattan — bookkeeper Jan Dyckman arrived on these shores from Westphalia (then under Prussian control) in the late 17th Century, married into the Nagle family and gradually controlled much of upper Manhattan Island.
His descendants were prominent US patriots — the British burned down the original Dyckman. Information on Andrew Jackson Dyckman can be found in the book "Jan Dyckman of Harlem and His Descendants" by H. Dorothea Romer and Helen B. Hartman. He is mentioned on Pages 81 and his descendant number is "Andrew Jackson Dyckman- son of.
Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his descendants, by H. Romer and Helen Hartman,p. Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants, by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain, New Harlem past and present; the story of an amazing civic wrong, now at last to be righted, by Carl H.
Pierce, W.P. Toler, and H.D. Nutting,p. A source that can be referenced (Jan Dyckman of Harlem and his Descendants) also mentions some remains were relocated to a site in New Jersey.
My family can trace directly to Mr Jan Dijckman. There is another Dyckman house in Garrison NY, the Boscobel Mansion erected by States Morris Dyckman. Sean: I checked in Romer and Hartman's book: "Jan Dyckman of Harlem and His Descendants" and found no reference to the following Dykeman's: George J.H., Adam, Cameron, or Myrna.
The book contains a section about the Loyalist Garret Dykeman and his descendants of Canada; however, the afore-mentioned names are not in the index. Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants [Chamberlain, Marjorie Dikeman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendantsAuthor: Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain.
Ben Dyckman was one of the six sons and two daughters of Harlem tavern keeper Jacob Dyckman. He was named for his mother's brother, Benjamin Benson, a prosperous Harlem miller. Jacob Dyckman's children were all familiar with the convivial life of taverns, having been brought up in the two inns operated along the Post Road, the main highway.
In MayI attended a workshop on Heraldry at my local genealogy society ().James Terzian was the speaker from the Heraldry Foundation. Here is a definition of the term taken from a website: Heraldry is a system of identification of individuals and families based on hereditary devices (or "charges") centered on the shield.
The whole idea of decorated arms and shields came about at the Author: Craig Siulinski. The Dyckman House was built by William Dyckman, a grandson of the Westphalian immigrant Jan Dyckman, who settled the area in It remains unclear as to when the Dyckman House was actually built.
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Of the Dyckman family, Jan Dyckman married first, Madeleine, the daughter of Daniel Tourneur, and after her death, as already mentioned, Rebecca Waldron, who was at the time of her second marriage the widow of Jan Nagel.
Jan Dyckman's son Jan married his cousin Deborah Nagel, while his sister Magdalena married Deborah Nagel's brother, Jan Nagel II. At the time of the American Revolution, Jan’s grandson William had inherited the Dyckman estate and the family homestead stood near present-day th Street and the Harlem River.
During the British occupation of Manhattan (), William Dyckman and his wife Mary fled their home and sought refuge in upstate New York.
Dec 8, - Explore dyckmanboyd's board "DYCKMAN HISTORY" on Pinterest. See more ideas about History, Washington heights and Michigan tourism pins. Residence: his home on Broadway near Wall Street From To New Amsterdam, New York Co., New York. Will proved 17 May New Harlem, New York Co., New York.
His home, Waldron Hall, was located north of 86th street and east of Avenue A in Harlem, NY. Built inIt was demolished in due to fire. Waldron Hall, Horne Hook, East. It was built by William Dyckman, grandson of Jan Dyckman, who first arrived in the area from Holland in the s.
During the Revolutionary War the British took over the original Jan Dyckman farmhouse; when they withdrew at the war’s end in they burned it down, perhaps out of spite. The Dyckman Farmhouse belonged to William Dyckman and his family, early prominent citizens of New York. It is the only surviving Dutch Colonial farmhouse in Manhattan.
Between andthe Dyckman family sold much of their large farm in four sections. In son Jacob D. Losee born in Ardsley, Westchester County, NY. He died and was buried Cedar Hill Cemetery in Montrose, Westchester Co., NY. In a widowed Catherine M.
Losee, age 24 born NY, lived in Peekskill, Westchester County, NY with son Jacob Losee, age 3 born NY, Corney [likely spelled. The Dyckman farmhouse had stood at the present intersection of th Street and Ninth Avenue since Jan Dyckman built it in But four of his young descendants were entirely too active in.
Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and his descendants, by Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain, Archives, Amsterdam, Holland, Orphans Court XXVI, p. Church Records at South Amsterdam, Holland. Manuscript by Lester A. Card, titled "Dikemans", Fairfield County Historical Society.
Dyckman Street (sometimes called West th Street; / d aɪ k m ə n / DIKE-man) is a street in the Inwood neighborhood of Manhattan, New York is commonly considered to be a crosstown street because it runs from the Hudson River to the Harlem River and intersects r, in its true geographical orientation, Dyckman Street runs roughly from north-northwest to south-southeast Maintained by: NYCDOT.
Johannes was a clerk in the service of the West India Company inbookkeeper inchief clerk by and bankrupt early in His possessions were impounded by the West India Company in their warehouse at Amsterdam and inventoried 17 August Children: Willem Dyckman, Cornelis Dykeman, Captain Johannes Dyckman, Jan Gerritsen Dyckman.
NY m1. abt. to Mr. LOSEE m2. abt. to Vair CLIREHUGH d. Father born NY, mother born Scotland or NY (census says both). A descendant of Jan Dyckman, born Bentheim, Westphalia (near Netherlands border) who immigrated to NY about He played a key role in establishing Harlem.
He became one of. On June 5, THE Pdf FARMHOUSE MUSEUM, at Broadway and th Street, reopened after a six-month n’s descendants bequeathed it to New York City’s parks department years.Anthony Janszoon van Salee (–) download pdf an original settler of and prominent landholder, merchant, and creditor in New Salee is believed to be the son of Jan Janszoon (Jan Jansen), a Dutch pirate who after served a Moorish state on the Barbary Coast.
His mother Margarita was Moorish and Van Salee was likely raised as a Muslim; he may have been the first of this.Marjorie Dikeman Chamberlain is the author of Johannes Dyckman of Fort Orange and His Descendants ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )4/5(1).