I saw your post on establishing the connection of Ferdinandus to Peter.I will give you the basics, in case you are still looking.#1, his wife Eva should not have the surname "Jansen" attached to her.Her father was Antoni Jansen, which would make her Eva Antonisz(or Antonisen, or Antonisdr).Under Patronymics, a child's surname was simply the father's first name with a suffix.Patronymic surnames were not passed on.Patronymics ended @ 1680, following the takeover of New Netherland by the Brits.English recordkeepers found generational surnames to be annoying. Ferdinand and Eva's son Johannes was born Long Island New York, about 1669.His wife's first name was Jannetje, last name unknown.Their first son, Ferdinand, was born in 1700, Raritan, New Jersey, and married Margrietje Laan(Lane) in New Jersey.Ferdinand and brother Reynier are often found on the New York side of the border, especially in Ulster County.A custody record shows Peter, s.o. Ferdinand, being raised by non-relatives following the death of both parents.It was recorded that he was treated poorly by these people and nearly starving.When Reynier became aware of the boy's plight, he took him in and raised him to adulthood.Peter married Catharine Hoffman, d.o. Jacobus Hoffman and Margriet Freer, and lived at Shawangunk, Ulster County New York, before moving to Sussex, New Jersey.At Shawangunk, Peter(a 4th great grandfather of mine) and Henricus Van Keuren(a 5th great) were near neighbors, both attending the Shawnagunk Dutch Reformed Church.
Hope this helps some.For more detail on the early family history, I would suggest the Van Sicklen Family History by T S Bergen.It is more comprehensive than J W Van Sickle's.