Fonda Family Genealogy

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  • ID: ind07805
  • Name: Pieter Casparszen VAN NAERDEN
  • Given Name: Pieter Casparszen
  • Surname: Van Naerden
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1625 in Naarden, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
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  • Death: 1663
  • Age: 38y
  • Note: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=139329240
  • Burial: Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York
  • Note: b. Naarden, Noord-Holland, Netherlands; d. New Amsterdam (New York), New Netherland; bur. Dutch Reformed Church, New York City, New York; All we really know about the parentage of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden is that his father was named Caspar, and that he was born in a place that was either called or sounded like Naerden. There are no records of Pieter Casparszen ever using any surname. In fact, the first use of the Mabie surname in any form by proven members of his family occurred in New York in 1687. A search of the records for the Dutch Reformed Church in Naarden, Noord Holland, has proved fruitless. It has long been speculated that Pieter was of French extraction (a Huguenot), with the name Mabie having been derived from the French name Mabille. The Mabie surname appears to have surfaced in Scotland shortly after the Norman invasion. So, perhaps the name is originally from France after all. However, there may have been a few detours en route to New Amsterdam The name of Pieter Casparszen van Naerden appears in a few records that have survived the years. He is listed in a 1660 census of New Amsterdam. In 1657, he was listed as a "Small Burgher", a status which conveyed certain rights to the individual. In 1653, he was named as one "of the most influential citizens and inhabitants of this city" in the council minutes. Also, in 1653, he was a corporal in the Burgher Corps of New Amsterdam. From the baptismal records of the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church, we know that Pieter was in New Amsterdam by February 1647, and that he was still alive in December 1662. >> www.fonda.org <<



    Father: _ALLIED FAMILIES_

    Marriage 1 Aechtje Jans VAN NORDEN b: 17 AUG 1629
      Children
      1. Has Children Jan Pieterse MABEE b: 25 SEP 1654
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