Barb, This is my son's line, the information given to me by a relative, however. I believe she acquired the info indirectly from this person:Here is what is typed at the end of the papers - *Complete history available on these lines.Books on descendants of David Ackerman, descendants of Roelof Van Houten, descendants of Albertse Terhune, in my library as well as David Zabriskie.We are related to the Kip family, of Kip's Bay, in lower New York harbor, the Ver Planck family, of Ver Planck's Point, near Peeksville, New York; to Albert Payson Terhune, famous dog book writer, of Pompton Lakes, etc.
April 11, 1965- Dr. John C. Van Houten Whippleville Franklin County New York
1. John Terhune. He married Unknown. Immigrated bef. 1651 from Paris with wife, 2 children: i. Albert A. Terhune,b.1615, Holland; d. 1685, New Utrecht, Long Island, NY ii. Unknown child Terhune
2. Albert A. Terhune m. Geertje Dircks in Holland. She was b. 1617, d. 1693. They immigrated in 1637, Arrived New Amsterdam, America.
Child of Albert Terhune and Geertje Dircks is:i. Albert (3) Terhune, b. Aug. 31, 1651 in New Utrecht, Long Island, NY; d. bet. 1707-1709, Hackensack, NJ. He m. (1) Unknown. He m. (2) Weyntje Brickners 1689 in Hackensack, NJ.
Children: 2nd wife mother of son, Johans
Child of Albert Terhune and Weyntje Brickners is: i. Johans (Johannes)(4) Terhunne, b. June 21, 1700, Hackensack,NJ; d. 1787, Hackensack, NJ. He m. Gesjen Westervelt April 10, 1725 in Hackensack, NJ.She was b. abt. 1691 in Hackensack, NJ, and d. 1740 in Hackensack, NJ.
Hope this helps!I have more down to my son 14th gen.