New York Oaths of Allegiance, Flatland, Kings County, 1687

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The Roll off those who have taken the Oath off Allegiance in the Kings County in the Province of New Yorke the 26: 27: 28: 28: and 30th day off September in the third yeare of His Maytsh Raigne Annoque Domine 1687.

Elbert Elbertse 50 Jeare
Roeloff Martense Schenck 37 Jeare
Jan Roeloffs Schenck native
Jan Martense Schenck 37 Jeares
Jan theunis Van dyckhuys 34 Jeare
Court Stevense Van Voorhuys 27 Jeare
Pieter Nevius native
Abram Willemsen 25 Jeare
Marten Roeloff Schenck native
hans Janssen 47 Jeare
Albert Courten Van Voorhuijs native
Pieter Claasen wijckoff 51 Jaere
Simon Janse Van Aerts daalen 34 Jeare
Cornelis Simonsen Van Aerts daalen native
gerrit Pieterse Wijckoff native
Jan brouwer 30 Jeare
gerrit hanssen native
Evert Janssen Van Wickelen 23 Jeare
Claes Pieterse wijckoff native
Dirck brouwer native
gerrit hendrickse bresse native
Pieter brouwer native
Dirck Janssen Ammerman 37 Jeare
adriaen kume 27 Jeare
gerret Elberts Stoothoff native
Jacob Strijcker 36 Jeare
Dirck Stoffelse 30 Jeare
Stoffel Dirckse native
fferdinandus Van Sichgelen 35 Jeare
hendrick Pieterse wijckoff native
Willem gerritse Van Couwenhooven native
gerritt Willemsen Van Couwenhooven native
Jan Pieterse wijckoff native
Anthony Wanshaer native
Luycas Stevense 27 Jeare
Pieter Cornelis Luyster 31 Jeare
Jan Stevense 27 Jeare
Ruth bruynsen 34 Jeare
Willem Willemse boreklo native
Pieter Pieterse Tull 30 Jaer
hendrick brouwer native
Pieter Monffoort native
theunis Janse Van amach 14 Jeare
Thys Pieterse luyster 31 Jeare
Jan albertse terhuen native
Willem Davies 34 Jeare
Johannnis Willemse 25 Jeare

O’Callaghan, E. B., The Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol. 1, (Albany: Weed, Parsons & Co., Public Printers, 1850) pp. 429-432.

More information about colonial New York can be found in the books:

Merchants & Empire: Trading in Colonial New York
and:
Dutch & English on the Hudson: A Chronicle of Colonial New York
and:
Dutch Emigration To North America, 1624-1860
and:
The Dutch Gentry, 1500-1650

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