RICHARD E. WOLKE
Fw: [OL]Advice re van Oldenburg ancestor
Franz Josef Weppelmann
[OL]Band 110 und Band 108 Starke Verlag, Deutsches Geschlechterbuch
Re: [OL]Advice re van Oldenburg ancestor
Date: 2002/03/07 14:06:40
From: Mark Garrison <blubry(a)...
Hello Hans, Thank you for going to the trouble of providing some clues. I agree, learning more aboout my German-Dutch ancestor will be hard work, but certainly worthwhile. Regards, Mark ----- Original Message ----- From: "HHB" <hhb(a)... To: <oldenburg-l(a)... Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 3:14 PM Subject: Fw: [OL]Advice re van Oldenburg ancestor > Hello Mark ! > > I searched some sources in Oldenburg. The one which returned a "positive > signal" was Dr. Walter SCHAUB "Bürgeraufnahmen der Stadt Oldenburg > 1607-1740 (August LAX-Verlagsbuchhandlung Hildesheim 1974)". ( There is a > further compiled book by Dr. Schaub titled "Bürgerverzeichnis".) > Even if you will not find an entry in the church records there should be > enough other sources to verify the link of a family named Jansen ( Janssen, > Jannssen, Janzen, etc.) between Oldenburg and Amsterdam but it should be a > hard work. > > 1633 > 1631 g. (5.12.) Anna Jansen, von Amsterdam, Frau von Johan Stevelmacher. > BG: 5 RT > ... > 1650 > 1650 p. 16.11. Gerdt Jansen, Hutmacher, von der Kloppenborg. BG: 3 RT > > There are more JANSEN (also Janssen but not a Janzen ) but no one with an > obvious relationship to the name of GERRIT JANSEN. > > > Grretings from the country of Oldenburg. > > > Hans-H.Büsselmann > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: Paul Rowold <prowold(a)... > > To: <oldenburg-l(a)... <blubry(a)... > > Sent: Friday, March 01, 2002 2:34 PM > > Subject: Re: [OL]Advice re van Oldenburg ancestor > > > > Mark > > Gerrit Jansen van Oldenburg sound very dutch although his origional > > ancestors could come from Oldenburg. > > Mine came from Oldenburg around 1750 and stayed in Amsterdam until now. > Both > > worlds available. Maybe I can be any help when I'm in the Amsterdam > > Municipal Archives to take a quick look. Gerrit must be one of the first > > immigrants to New York (New Amsterdam). About those first settlers is some > > litterature available and I saw a map with all the properties of > Manhattan. > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Mark Garrison" <blubry(a)... > > To: <Oldenburg-L(a)... > > Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 2:53 PM > > Subject: [OL]Advice re van Oldenburg ancestor > > > > Hello list, > > > > I would appreciate any advice/help re my ancestor, Gerrit Jansen van > > Oldenburg, whose antedents and place of birth are unknown. The first > > evidence of him in the New World (or anywhere) is a document signed in > 1632 > > by Peter Minuet instructing that Gerrit, his farm manager in New > Amsterdam, > > should convey certain property to Killian van Rensselaer. The genealogist > > who made the documentary link to my line of Garrisons speculates that > Gerrit > > was of German descent in view of the van Oldenburg appelation, citing the > > fact that Oldenburg is near the Dutch border. However, Gerrit seems to > have > > been closely connected to the Dutch community in New Amsterdam--his > children > > were all baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church--so I question whether he > > might not have been Dutch rather than German. Any advice or comments > about > > the van Oldenburg appelation would be most appreciated. > > > > Mark Garrison > > Warwick, Rhode Island, USA > > _______________________________________________ > > Oldenburg-L mailing list > > Oldenburg-L(a)... > > http://list.genealogy.net/mailman/listinfo/oldenburg-l > > _______________________________________________ > > Oldenburg-L mailing list > > Oldenburg-L(a)... > > http://list.genealogy.net/mailman/listinfo/oldenburg-l > > > _______________________________________________ > Oldenburg-L mailing list > Oldenburg-L(a)... > http://list.genealogy.net/mailman/listinfo/oldenburg-l