Genealogy Report: Ancestors of John O. Solis
Ancestors of John O. Solis
3592.Jan Barentsen, born 1620 in Netherlands3162; died 1669 in Poestenkill, Rensselaer, NY3162.He was the son of 7184. Barent Jansen and 7185. <Unnamed>.He married 3593. Nieltje Von Breuckelen in Netherlands.
3593.Nieltje Von Breuckelen, born Abt. 1624 in Harlingen, Friesland, Netherlands3162; died 1665 in New York3162.
Notes for Jan Barentsen:
Jan Barentsen was a Carpenter in New Netherlands and frequently had to sue his customers in the Court of Burgomasters and Schepens to receive his pay, which was variously in the form of beavers, wampum, peas, wheat and brandy.
More About Jan Barentsen:
Ancestral File Number: P137-5W
| Notes for Nieltje Von Breuckelen:|
Nielty Von Brenckelen's surname means simply, "of Brooklyn."
More About Nieltje Von Breuckelen:
Ancestral File Number: P133-FQ
More About Jan Barentsen and Nieltje Breuckelen:
Child of Jan Barentsen and Nieltje Breuckelen is:
|1796||i.||Jan Jansen Postmael, born 1650 in Harlingen, Friesland, Netherlands; died Unknown in Kingston, Ulster, NY; married Jannitje Francois Le Sueur 1675 in Harlem, New Amsterdam, NY.|
3594.Francois Le Sueur, born Abt. 1630 in Challe-Mesnil, Eure, France3164; died 1671 in New Harlem, New Netherlands3165.He was the son of 7188. Le Sueur.He married 3595. Jannetje D. Hillebrants Pietersen July 12, 1659 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, NY3166.
3595.Jannetje D. Hillebrants Pietersen, born Abt. 1639 in Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands3167; died Unknown in New York3167.She was the daughter of 7190. Hildebrand Pieterson and 7191. <Unnamed>.
Notes for Francois Le Sueur:
The name Le Sueur was well established at Challe-Mesnil in Terre de Caux, Normandy, France of which Dieppe was the capital.For the previous century, the Le Sueurs were cloth makers of Rouen, France.
"Le Sueur" means "to work" or "to toil."Alternate spellings are Le Seur; De Lachaire; La Cheer; Le Jere; Lessieur; Lesier.The Le Sueurs were French Hueguenots and were more accepted by the Dutch colonists in America than the English.
Francois Le Sueur explored the upper reaches of the Mississippi.He was a civil engineer.He came to the US with his sister Jeanne, in 1657 after his explorations.They came to New Amsterdam and lived in Flatbush, Long Island; they moved to New Haarlem in 1661.He had just completed the engineering for the town of Haarlem.He moved to Esopus early in 1663 due to high taxes.He was a soldier in the Esopus Indian War.As his health failed, he returned to New Haarlem with his family about 1670 and died the next year.
-- Theodore W. Lozier of Ralston, NE
More About Francois Le Sueur:
Ancestral File Number: 4CSX-7F
Enlistment: Capt. Pawling's Co.3168
Immigration: April 10, 1657, New Amsterdam, New Netherlands3168
Occupation 1: Explorer of the Upper Mississipi3168
Occupation 2: Civil Engineer3168
More About Jannetje D. Hillebrants Pietersen:
Ancestral File Number 1: 4CSX-8L
Ancestral File Number 2: P133-J8
More About Francois Sueur and Jannetje Pietersen:
Marriage: July 12, 1659, New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, NY3169
Children of Francois Sueur and Jannetje Pietersen are:
|1797||i.||Jannitje Francois Le Sueur, born August 22, 1660 in France; died Unknown in New York; married Jan Jansen Postmael 1675 in Harlem, New Amsterdam, NY.|
|ii.||Hillebrandt Le Sueur, born Bef. November 04, 1663 in New Netherlands, NY3170; died 16893171; married Elsie Jurians Tappan March 11, 1686/87 in Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3172; died Unknown.|
| More About Hillebrandt Le Sueur:|
Ancestral File Number: 4CSZ-0C
Baptism: November 04, 1663, Kingston, Ulster, NY3173
Baptism Minister: Domine Hermannus Blom of Kingston, NY3174
Baptism Witnesses: Antoni Dilvall, Tryntje Tyssen3175
Religion: Dutch Reformed3175
| More About Elsie Jurians Tappan:|
Ancestral File Number 1: CMZV-4X
Ancestral File Number 2: INGX-1WG
| More About Hillebrandt Sueur and Elsie Tappan:|
Marriage 1: March 11, 1686/87, Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3176
Marriage 2: March 18, 1687/88, Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3177
|iii.||Jan Le Sueur, born Bef. July 26, 1665 in New Netherlands, NY3178; died Unknown in Kingston, Ulster, NY3179; married Rachel Smedes September 1686 in Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3180; died Unknown.|
| More About Jan Le Sueur:|
Ancestral File Number 1: 241R-QCN
Ancestral File Number 2: 4CSZ-1J
Baptism: July 26, 1665, Kingston, Ulster, NY3181
Baptism Minister: Domine Hermannus Blom of Kingston, NY3182
Baptism Witnesses: Thomes Chamers, Margriet Chambers3183
Religion: Dutch Reformed3183
| More About Rachel Smedes:|
Ancestral File Number: 241R-QL4
| More About Jan Sueur and Rachel Smedes:|
Marriage 1: September 1686, Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3184
Marriage 2: Abt. 1686, Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3185
|iv.||Jacob Le Sueur, born Bef. July 26, 1665 in Kingston, Ulster, NY3186; died Unknown.|
| More About Jacob Le Sueur:|
Ancestral File Number: 4CSZ-2P
Baptism: July 26, 1665, Kingston, Ulster, NY3186
Baptism Minister: Domine Hermannus Blom of Kingston, NY3187
Baptism Witnesses: Jan Joosten, Maddeleen Dircks3188
Religion: Dutch Reformed3188
|v.||Nicholas Le Sueur, born June 10, 1668 in Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3189; died Bef. April 08, 1761 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ3190; married (1) Tryntie Slote May 08, 1691 in Teaneck, Bergen, NJ3191; born Bef. August 06, 1671 in New York, New York, NY3192; died Bet. 1707 - 17083192; married (2) Antie Direcksee Banta June 26, 1709 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ3192; born Abt. 1684 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ3192; died January 26, 1769 in Hackensack, Bergen, NJ3192.|
| Notes for Nicholas Le Sueur:|
Nicholas, only three years old when his father died, was raised by his Dutch mother and her relatives in Harlem and Kingston, NY.One sister and three brothers precede Nicholas who later took the name "Lozier" (Dutch phonetic pronunciation of "Le Sueur").
After marrying, Nicholas moved from Harlem to Hackensack, NJ, to farm.He purchased a farm in Teaneck, NJ, from agents of King George of England.Part of it remained in the Lozier family until 1930.It is shown on the Erskine maps used by George Washington as "Lurzires House."
Nicholas was a founder of the First Reformed Church in Hackensack, NJ
After his death, the farm was divided among his 10 sons, some of whom sold their inheritance to others.
| More About Nicholas Le Sueur:|
Ancestral File Number 1: 4CSX-4W
Ancestral File Number 2: HP4C-L0
Ancestral File Number 3: NWQR-76
Baptism: June 10, 1688, Esopus, New Netherlands, NY3192
Probate: April 08, 1761, New Jersey3193
Religion: Dutch Reformed3194
| More About Tryntie Slote:|
Ancestral File Number: 4CSX-53
Baptism: August 06, 1671, New York, New York, NY3195
| More About Nicholas Sueur and Tryntie Slote:|
Marriage 1: May 08, 1691, Teaneck, Bergen, NJ3196
Marriage 2: April 10, 1691, Teaneck, Bergen, NJ3197
Marriage 3: May 08, 1691, Hackensack, Bergen, NJ3197
More About Cornelius Van Ysselstein:
Ancestral File Number: 1GJL-90N
Child of Cornelius Van Ysselstein is:
|1798||i.||Captain Marten Cornelis Van Ysselstein, born Abt. 1635 in Ijsselstein, Utrecht, Netherlands; died Abt. 1699 in Claverack, Columbia, NY; married Mayka Cornelise 1658 in Netherlands.|