Below is Albert II's will.
To date, we have found no evidence of a will for his father, Albert Albertsen, the immigrant.
The death date of the immigrant is also unproven
...he died after February 22, 1685 when he witnessed the baptism at Midwout of a grandchild:
O. [parents] Volkhert Hansz; Sara Alberts. Hackinzak.
G. [witnesses] Lucas Stephens; Albert De Lintwever;Cataline Hans."
and presumably before the Oath of Allegiance in 1687 as his name is not included.
Will of Albert Terhune (II), s/o Albert Terhune and Geertje Dircksdr (Denyse?).
Full Context of New York City Wills, 1708-28:
Page 546.--ALBERT TERHUNESS. In the name of God, Amen, the 16 February, 1707/8.
I, Albert Terhuness, of Hackensack, in the county of Essex, in the Province of New Jersey.
I appoint my brother, John Terhuness, of Flatlands, in Kings County, and my brother-in-law,
Albert Stevens, of Hackensack, tutors of my children.
Provision is made for wife Mary, who is to have, among other things, a gold ring, "being in weight
and price œ1."
All the rest of estate to children John, Stephen, Gertruyd, Willementie, Maritie, Rachel, Albertus,
Johanes, Dirck, Wyntie, and Annettie.
My wife is to have the northwest chamber in the house, and firewood, and a piece of ground for a
garden, and 10 schepples of corn and 6 schepples of wheat yearly.
"Done at my common dwelling house in Hackensack, in the cellar chamber at 9 of the clock
in the evening."
Witnesses, William Borthoff, Claas Rugen, Albert Scerens, John Conrad Codwin.
Proved, September 20, 1709.
From The New York Historical Society Collections, this 1892-1902 volume features abstracts of
wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York, from 1665 to 1800.
(Through the World family tree’s Genealogy Library Com.)
*As in all the preceding volumes, the labor of preparing the Abstracts has been done by William S.
Pelletreau, one of the members of the Society, and the Index has been made by the Librarian.