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  • ID: I2125
  • Name: Wyllem Jansen Van Borckelloo LUBBERDINK
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1621 in Geesteren, Corculo, Zutphen Guilderland, Holland
  • Death: NOV 1683 in Gravesend, Long Island, NY
  • Note:
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    ID: I532
    Name: Wyllem Jansen Van Borckelloo
    Given Name: Wyllem Jansen
    Surname: Van Borckelloo
    Sex: M
    Death: DEAD
    Note: Emigrated from Borculo in the earldom of Zutphen and province of Gelderland as early as 1657. He signed his name "Wyllem Jansen Van Borckelloo." Was by occupation a butcher. Returned to Holland about 1662 and brought his brother, Harmen Jansen van Barckelo and family, and Adriana Hendricks van Barckelo, as per page 298 of Cal. of N. Y.
    Change Date: 27 JUL 2002 at 15:31:18

    Father: Van Barkelo

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth (Lysbet) Jans
    Married: 1666
    Children
    Jannetje Willemse Van Barkelo b: in New Amsterdam
    Cornelia Willemse Van Barkelo b: in New Amsterdam
    Jan Willemse Van Barkelo b: in New Amsterdam
    Willem Willemse Van Barkelo b: in New Amsterdam
    Dirck Willemse Van Barkelo b: in Flatlands,NY
    Daniel Willemse Van Barkelo b: in New Amsterdam
    Coenrad Willemse Van Barkelo b: 5 DEC 1680 in Flatlands,NY
    Elizabeth Willemse Van Barkelo

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    ID: I0002
    Name: Willem Jansen (Jansz) Van Borckeloo LUBBERDINK
    Sex: M
    Birth: 1621 in Geesteren, Borculo, Zutphen Guilderland, Holland
    Death: NOV 1683 in Gravesend, Long Island, New York
    Reference Number: 2
    Note:
    From The Van Barkelo Family In America -by Mrs. John M. Spell , 1301 Grant Street, Wichita Falls Texas. April 1953.
    "...The brothers (Willem and Harmon) sailed from Holland for New Amsterdam on Mar. 24, 1662, Willem Jans No.1 returning from a visit to his homeland and Harmen Jans No.2 making his first voyage to America (CDM:I:298). Both went to
    Gravesend, Long Island, where Willem Jans had his home.
    1. Willem Jans Van Barkelo had come to New Amsterdam about 1657, and according to Hoppin, had moved to Gravesend to live near his father-in-law, Anthony Jansen Van Salee. Here he became active in public affairs. He later moved to Amersfort, or Flatlands, and died in November 1683, leaving no will
    (Wash. Anc. v.3,pp.59-60). In Gravesend, an English community, Willem Jans
    became known as Will Jonson or Johnson, and he is so designated in various town records quoted by Hoppin, though his customary signature, as shown in these same records, was Willem Jansz van Borkello.
    ....William Jonson of gravesend, shewmaker....
    Resided first at Flatbush (Vlakebosch) in present Borough of Brooklyn. On 23 June 1662, he bought a house, barn and lot of land at Gravesend, an English Settlement.
    Willem Jans "from Berckeloo" sailed on the ship De Trouw (Faith) from Holland to New Nederlands on 24 March, 1662. Gov. Peter Stuyvesant had been advised to this effect by the directors of The West India Company in a letter dated 4 Feb. 1662. (CDM pt. I,p.298). He was accompanied by his brother Harmen Jans "from Berckelo," who brought his wife Willempje Warnaers, daughter Jannetje, 5 yrs. old born in Holland in 1657, and Reynier, 3 yrs old born 1659.
    They came from the small town of Borculo in the province of Gelderland in what was formerly the County of Zutphen, and hence assumed the name of Berckelo (Barkelo).
    The appendage Jansz, Janse or Jansen signifies a patronymic or father's name. The surname Van Berckeloo is derived from the place of origin, the present-day Borculo.
    (note by Kay Douglas Barricklow: "The information I got from Baker University put the Van Barkelos in New Amsterdam first in 1651 instead of 1657. Helen Endecott had both brothers returning to New Amsterdam in 1662 from Holland, which lines up with an entry I saw in The Passenger Lists Index which indicated Harmon Janse van Borkelo arrived in Long Island in 1662 with no mention of Willem, our ancestor."
    Notes from Family Tree Maker V. 4.0
    "Per Bergen's Early Settlers of Kings County, p. 21
    "
    Willem Janse emigrated from Borculo in the Earldom of Zutphen and Province of Gelderland as early as 1657, residing first in New Amsterdam, afterwards in Flatlands, or the assement rolls of which town his name appears in 1676 and '83 and probably removed to Gravesend. He married a 2nd wife about 1666, Lysbet or Elizabeth Jans, widow of Christoffel Jans, and was by occupation a BUTCHER.
    After residing in this country (New Amsterdam) some years, he appears to have visited his fatherland, and in 1662 returned accompanied by Harman Jansen Van Barkelo and family ( wife Willempje Warnaers Elderinck. Children Jennetje Hermanse 5 yrs, Reynier Harmanse Van Borkelo, 3 yrs.) and Adriana Hendricks Van Barkelo, as per p. 298 of Callaghans of N.Y. History of Dutch Manuscript.
    Issue: Jannetje Willemse, B. in New Amsterdam, married May 18, 1679 Jan Barents Van Driest;
    Cornelia Willemse;
    Jan Willemse;
    Willem Willemse;
    Dirk Willemse of Freehold NJ,.
    Coenrad Willemse;
    Elizabeth Willemse.
    The above Willem Willemse of New Nutrecht is the common ancestor of the King's County Branch of the family. He married Maria Cortelyou, daughter of Jaques Cortelyou, the surveyor.From The Van Barkelo Family In America -by Mrs. John M. Spell , 1301 Grant Street, Wichita Falls Texas. April 1953.
    "...The brothers (Willem and Harmon) sailed from Holland for New Amsterdam on Mar. 24, 1662, Willem Jans No.1 returning from a visit to his homeland and Harmen Jans No.2 making his first voyage to America (CDM:I:298). Both went to
    Gravesend, Long Island, where Willem Jans had his home.
    1. Willem Jans Van Barkelo had come to New Amsterdam about 1657, and according to Hoppin, had moved to Gravesend to live near his father-in-law, Anthony Jansen Van Salee. Here he became active in public affairs. He later moved to Amersfort, or Flatlands, and died in November 1683, leaving no will
    (Wash. Anc. v.3,pp.59-60). In Gravesend, an English community, Willem Jans
    became known as Will Jonson or Johnson, and he is so designated in various town records quoted by Hoppin, though his customary signature, as shown in these same records, was Willem Jansz van Borkello.
    ....William Jonson of gravesend, shewmaker....
    Resided first at Flatbush (Vlakebosch) in present Borough of Brooklyn. On 23 June 1662, he bought a house, barn and lot of land at Gravesend, an English Settlement.
    Willem Jans "from Berckeloo" sailed on the ship De Trouw (Faith) from Holland to New Nederlands on 24 March, 1662. Gov. Peter Stuyvesant had been advised to this effect by the directors of The West India Company in a letter dated 4 Feb. 1662. (CDM pt. I,p.298). He was accompanied by his brother Harmen Jans "from Berckelo," who brought his wife Willempje Warnaers, daughter Jannetje, 5 yrs. old born in Holland in 1657, and Reynier, 3 yrs old born 1659.
    They came from the small town of Borculo in the province of Gelderland in what was formerly the County of Zutphen, and hence assumed the name of Berckelo (Barkelo).
    The appendage Jansz, Janse or Jansen signifies a patronymic or father's name. The surname Van Berckeloo is derived from the place of origin, the present-day Borculo.
    (note by Kay Douglas Barricklow: "The information I got from Baker University put the Van Barkelos in New Amsterdam first in 1651 instead of 1657. Helen Endecott had both brothers returning to New Amsterdam in 1662 from Holland, which lines up with an entry I saw in The Passenger Lists Index which indicated Harmon Janse van Borkelo arrived in Long Island in 1662 with no mention of Willem, our ancestor."
    From THE REGISTER In Alphabetical Order, of the EARLY SETTLERS OF KINGS COUNTY, LONG ISLAND, N.Y. from its First Settlement by Europeans to 1700; by Teunis G. Bergen- New York: S.W. Green's Son, Printer, Electrotyper and binder 1881: page 21:
    Willem Janse, emigrated from Borculo in the earldom of Zutphen and province of Gelderland as early as 1657, residing first at New Amsterdam, later in Flatlands, on the assessment rolls of which town his name appears in 1676 and
    '83, and probably finally moved to Gravesend. He married (probably a second wife) about 1666 Lysbet or Elizabeth Jans widow of Christoffel Jans, and was by occupation a butcher. Jan. 5, 1664 he bought of the heirs of Loras Pieterse for 640 guilders a parcel of land and buildings in Gravesend, as per town records. After residingin this country some years, he appears to have visited his fatherland, and in 1662 returned accompanied by Harmen Jansen van Barckelo and family, and Adriana Hendricks van Barckelo, as per p. 298 of Calender of N.Y. Historical Dutch Manuscript.



    Father: Jan Bernts LUBBERDINCK b: 1585 in Giesteren, Netherlands
    Mother: Jenniken ten AELINCKHAVE b: 17 JAN 1591/92 in Lochem


    Marriage 1 Cornelia Anthonisdochter Jansz VAN SALEE
    Married: 2 MAR 1657/58 in Flatbush Dutch Church, New Netherland
    Children
    Cornelia Willemse VAN BORCKELOO
    Jan Williamsen VAN BORCKELOO
    Jannetje Willemse Jansen Van Borckeloo BARKELOO b: 18 DEC 1681

    Marriage 2 Leysebet Jansen CLAESZEN b: ABT. 1650
    Married: 16 DEC 1666
    Children
    Daniel Willemse VAN BORCKELOO b: WFT Est. 1666-1683
    Elizabeth Willemse VAN BORCKELOO b: WFT Est. 1665-1685
    Dirck VAN BORCKELOO b: WFT Est. 1667-1684 in Flatlands, Long Island
    Willem Willemse VAN BORCKELOO b: WFT Est. 1668-1684
    David Willemse VAN BORCKELOO b: BEF. 31 MAR 1678 in Flatbush
    Coenraed Willemse VAN BORCKELOO b: 5 DEC 1680 in Amersfort, Long Island




    Father: Jan Bernts LUBBERDINCK b: ABT 1585 in Giesteren, Netherlands
    Mother: Jenniken ten AELINCKHAVE b: 17 JAN 1590/91 in Lochem, Netherlands

    Marriage 1 Leysebet Jansen CLAESZEN b: ABT 1650
    • Married: 16 DEC 1666
    Children
    1. Has Children Elizabeth Willemse VAN BARKELOO

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