Re: Hendrickson married to a Longstreet - NY or NJ area
Source Information: HISTORY OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, NEW JERSEY - by Franklin Ellis.
Philadelphia: R.T. Peck & Co. 1885
JONATHAN LONGSTREET.- Dirck Stoffelse Langestraat emigrated to America in 1657, having married, first, Catherine Van Siddock, and, second, Johanna Havens, widow of Johannis Holsaert. At an early day he purchased lands at Shrewsbury, and devised the same to his son Richard. Another son, Adrian by name, who died in 1728, married Stanckche, or Christina Janse, and had three sons— John, Derick and Stoffle— and five daughters. Adrian Longstreet was by trade a cordwainer, but also owned a farm or plantation at Freehold, Monmouth County. His son John married, on the 17th of December, 1736, Ann, daughter of Peter Covenhoven and Patience Daws. They had five sons— Aaron (who died in youth), Pietras, Jan, Elias and Aaron— and one daughter, Antje.
Aaron Longstreet, the grandfather of the subject of this biographical sketch, resided upon the property now owned by him in Holmdel township. He married, March 9, 1778, Williampe Hendrickson, whose children were Hendrick, John, Lydia (wife of Barnes Smock), Annie (wife of Thomas Seabrook) and Nellie (wife of Obadiah Schenck, of Ohio).