Yes, this is what I have on this family minus the notes and the marriages of the children which I would be happy to share if you would email me, but did not want to use so much space on the post as the Bries really don't tie in with the Atens that I am aware of.Atens are my line; Bries are my husband's.
Modified Register for Geertje Claes Van Schouw:
1.Geertje Claes Van Schouw was born about 1638 in New Amsterdam, New York, New York.
Geertje married Hendrick Volckertsz on 26 Feb 1655 in Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York. Hendrick was born in 1634 in Jever, Oldenburg, Netherlands.
They had the following children: 2M i.Volckert Bries was christened on 15 Aug 1655 in New York Dutch Reformed Church,,New York. 3M ii. Jeruiaen Bries was christened on 5 Dec 1660 in Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings, New York. 4M iii. Jouriaen Hendicksz Bries (Brees) was christened on 6 Nov 1661 in Brooklyn Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn, Kings, New York. He died about 1700. 5M iv. Cornelis Bries was christened in of,,New York. 6M v. Suybroech Vockertsz was "possibly a son". 7M vi. Hillegont Hendrickse Bries was born in of,,New York.
Primary Source: William Hoffman, "Founders of the Bras(s), Brasser, Bresser, Bries and Brazier Families in America."BriesLong Island, Piscataway, The American Genealogist, Vol. 20, No. 3, Jan. 1944., (HOL HIS 023), I have a copy, Lists name as Geertje Claes of New Amsterdam.