I too am related to Catoneras & Cornelius VanTexel then Jan & his daughter Caterina.In all the information I have received from the Smithtown, NY library, there is not one mention of Catoneras connected to Wyandanch.In many instances his family of his wife, Wichikittawbut, son & heir Wyancombone and his daughter, Quashawam, also called Momone or Heather Flower are mentioned.No Catoneras. "As far as can be ascertained Wyandanch had only one daughter", quoted from "The Long Island Historical Journal", Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 189-204.
After the death of Wyandanch in 1659, hiswife following soon after, the son died within 3 years never reaching maturity to take over his fathers reign.The only survivor was Quashawam and she became the Sunksquaw (Queen) of the Montauks.
In "Northeastern Indian Lives, 1632-1816" edited by Robert S. Grumet, published by Amherst: Univ of Mass, 1996, there is a chapter on Wyandanch-Sachem of the Montauks by Dr. John A. Strong, professor of history on Long Island.He states that Wyandanch "was born about the time of the arrival of the Pilgrims".According to information I have gotten, Catoneras (b abt1603 and Cornelius (b abt 1600) were married abt 1621 and Wyandanch couldn't be her father.
This has caused great confusion in the family and would love to get it straightened out.