Jan GOOSENS (1581 – 1626) was Alex’s 12th Grandfather; one of 8,192 in this generation of the Shaw line.
Jan Goosens was born about 1581 in Dakkam, Friesland, Netherlands. His parents were Jan Gerritsz MADDELIENEN (1560 – 1602) and [__?__]. He married Ebelken HERMANS 24 Dec 1606 in Sint Anthonis, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands Jan died in the Netherlands. Jan died in 1626 in Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
Ebelken Hermans was born in 1578 in Noord, Sint Anthonis, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands Ebelken died in 1625 in Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.
Children of Jan and [__?__]
|1.||Jan JANSE||1603 in Pijnacker, Zuid Holland, Netherlands.||[__?__]||New Netherlands|
|2.||Harman Jansz||6 Mar 1611 Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands||1612|
|3.||Goosen Jansz||1612 in Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands|
|4.||Aucke Janse VanNuys||1621 in Nuis, Marum, Groningen, Netherlands||Magdalena Pieterse
23 Apr 1645
Leysebeth (Elizabeth) Janse
Reusel-de Mierden, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands
|1698 in New Utrecht, New York|
1. Jan JANSE (See his page)
4. Aucke Janse Van Nuys
Aucke’s first wife Magdalena Pieters Van Langedyck was born about 1625 in Broek Op Lang, Noor Holland, The Netherlands. Her parents were Pieter Jansz (b: Abt. 1588 in Broek Op Lang, Nord Holland) and Adriaentgen Arentse (b: Abt. 1590 in Alkmaar, Nord Holland). Magdalena died in 1663 in New York, New York.
Aucke’s second wife Lysbeth (The Elder) Jans was born about 1625. She first married Jan Claeszen (b: ABT 1628) Lysbeth died about 1680
Aucke’s third wife Geertje Gysbrecht was born about 1635. She first married Jan Jacobse Van Rheenen (b: ABT 1630.)
Aucke Janse lived in Nuis (Nuys) Holland. In 1651 he came to Flatbush, Long Island, New York. To avoid confusion with other Janse families, the name was changed to Van Nuys. Van means “of” or “from”. Van Nuys means “from the town of Nuis (Nuys). Nuys has been changed to Nice by some families. The first sone of Aucke Janse was Jacobus Auckes.
Abstracts of wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York (Volume I. 1665-1707), Pgs. 294, 295
“In the name of our Lord, Amen. Whereas I, Ankie Janse Van Huys, of the Town of Flatbush, in Kings County, considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the hour, And not willing to depart out of this world before he should have disposed of his worldly estate.”
Leaves “to his eldest son, John Anke, procured by his lawful wife Magdalena Anke,” £1, 4s. in money. Leaves to “all his children, procured by his first wife, Magdalena Anke, deceased, and to the children of his present wife, Geetie Ankes, procured by her first husband, John Jacobse, that are named and baptized Anke,” each 6 shillings.
Leaves all estate, houses and lands, to his Wife Geetie for life, and then to his children by his first wife Magdalena, viz., Anatie, wife of Dirck Janse Waertman, and the two children of Geetie Anke deceased, procured by Joost Fransen, viz., Sara Joosten, and Magdalena Joosten for one share. And Janettie Anke, wife of Ryne Aertsen, Jan Anke, Pontus Anke, Abigail, wife of Lippit Peterse, Jacobus Anke, and Famettie wife of Jan Stevense. And to the children of his present wife Geetie, procured by her first husband Jan Jacobse, viz. Lysbett Janse, wife of Dirck Janse Van Sutphen, and Eva Janse, wife of Jan Anke.
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