"Jan Nagle, who came from Limborg, Germany to New Amsterdam, now New York, about 1647, was married in 1652 to Grietie Dircks, daughter of Dirck Volkersten and widow of Jans Hermans Schut. They had two children, Juriaen and Christina. Their son, Juriaen, settled at Bushwick and had issue by his wife, Jannetie Langelaan, whom he married in 1679, of John, Philippus, Margaret, and Cornelia, of whom the second was the progenitor of a branch which settled in Philadelphia, PA."
"Another Jan or John Nagel, recorded as having been born in Holland in 1645, came to America at an early date and settled at Harlem, N.Y. In 1670 he married Rebecca Waldron, by whom he had issue of Barent (died young), Jannetie (died young), Jan or John (see next paragraph), Anna Catherina, another Barent (see next paragraph), Johanna, Jacobus (died young), Debora, Resolved (see next paragraph), and William (died young).
Of the sons of Jan Nagel, Jan or John married Magdalena Dyckman in 1708 and had issue by her of John, Jacob, William, Rebecca, Magdalena, Deborah, and Catherine. Barent was the father by his wife, Sarah Keersen, of John, Rebecca, William, Hendrick, Sarah, Johanna, and Jacob. And Resolved appears to have had issue by hhis wife, Clara Leydecker, of seven daughters, Cornelia, Rebecca, Catrina, Elizabeth, Marrittie, Johanna, and Janneke."
"About 1751 Joachim Nagel or Nagle of Isenberg (Eisenburg, Eisenberg?), South Prussia, emigrated to Philadelphia, Pa., bringing with him his children, George, Frederick, Peter, John, Catherine, and Margaret. Of the sons of Joachim, George is reported to have married Rebecca Lincoln (sister of the great grandfather of President Lincoln) and probably left issue by her."
See my other postings at Nagle and Nagel genforum.
Information is from an old research paper written between 1927 and 1952 which cites these sources:
Bardsley. English and Welsh Surnames. 1901
Gunther. Gunther Family Records with notes on allied families. 1910.
Burke. Landed Gentry. 1952
Keim. The Keim and Allied Families. 1899-1900.
Riker. History of Harlem, N.Y. 1904.
Heitman. Officers of the Continental Army. 1914.
The Americana. 1932.
Bolton. American Armory. 1927.