Thanks for your reply. I do have Hamm's article, which contains a line drawing of "de Groot Sickle" and et cetera as noted by Georgiana. I can't report the precise history of the "castle" off the top of my head, but note that the last "Van Ziekelen" (or similar spelling) to own the place lived many several generations before our Ferdinandus ever walked the planet--and that this man had only daughters. As I recall it, the building was sold out of the family by those daughters to a religious order.
Regarding Teunis G. Bergen, the work mentioned is fully entitled:
"Register in alphabetical order, of the early settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N.Y. : from its first settlement by Europeans to 1700 : with contributions to their biographies and genealogies, compiled from various sources". S.W. Green's Son, New York, 1881. One can access the work at Cornell University's "Making of America" site: