122. Daniel Hendrickson born 6 January 1769 in Highstown, New Jersey, died 26 June 1863 at Poplar Flats, Kentucky.
123. Sarah Herbert born 20 January 1772, died 11 September 1826 at Poplar Flats, Kentucky. No further information.
122B. John Hendrickson married 18 August 1818 in Lewis County, Kentucky to Nancy Wilson.
122C. Rebecca Hendrickson married 23 February 1818 in Lewis County, Kentucky to Samuel H. Hazel.
122D. James Hendrickson married Elizabeth Picket or Tucket, also married on 8 January 1851 to Sarah Ann Cox.
122E. William D. Hendrickson born 11 May 1801, died 29 May 1847, married first to Jane McIlvain, married second 1 August 1828 to Mary Rowland according to a book on Lewis County, KY Marriages 1806-1851.
122F. Andrew J. (also known as Alfred J.) Hendrickson born 16 November 1816 in Vanceburg, Kentucky, died 8 February 1899 in Poplar Flats, Kentucky, married 8 January 1840 to Margaret Myers. (affidavit that Alfred Jackson Hendrickson, Andrew Jackson Hendrickson and "Uncle Jack" Hendrickson are the same person - Lewis County Marriages 1806-1851, Burns)
122G. Eliza Hendrickson born 15 March 1804 in Poplar Flats, Kentucky, died 23
May 1875, married 3 July 1826 in Lewis County, Kentucky to Solomon Davis.
[1829 -Andrew Jackson (1767-1845)
inaugrated as seventh President of the U.S.]
122H.(Sarah 6) Hendrickson married Wilson Boyd. (see Boyd Family for further information)
122I. Amy Hendrickson. (named in his will) (census of 1860, she is 50 years old, therefore born about 1810.)
122J. Daniel Herbert Hendrickson born 14 July 1812 in Kentucky, died 21 April 1898, married 1 August 1845 in Lewis County, Kentucky to Maria Hamlin.
Daniel Hendrickson married second 8 January 1827 to Mary McIlvain.
[1787, December 18 - New Jersey
enters the Union]
Excerpt from book, "Hendrickson's of NY, NJ, & PA" by Marie McConnell
page 51, "...is also listed in the records as a "horseman," and his son Daniel is said to have related stories of riding behind him on his horse while he ministered to the wounded."
page 52, "...Okey is said to have died in 1830 at the age of ninety-six (the same age as his brother Cornelius), and the family tradition is that while he was sitting in front of the open fireplace, he fell into it and was burned so badly he died as a result.
244. Okey Hendrickson born 24 November 1734 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, died 1 March 1830 in Poplar Flats, Kentucky, married at Heightstown, New Jersey. Okey served as a Surgeon & Private in the 3rd Battalion, Middlesex County, New Jersey, commanded by Major Robert Nixon.
245. Mary Ann Ganno Steepe born 22 January 1744 in New Jersey, died in 1826 at Poplar Flats, Kentucky. No further information.
244B. William Hendrickson born 22 August 1786 in New Jersey, died 8 November 1867 in St. Paul, Minnesota, married 13 April 1815 at Lewis County, Kentucky to Phoebe Wilson. William was a soldier in the War of 1812.
244B2. Louise Hendrickson born 4 September 1817.
244B3. John W. Hendrickson born 7 October 1818, died 8 July 1861, married Sarah Rowland.
244B4. Cynthia Edna Hendrickson born 7 May 1820, died 1 February 1896, married Basil Dixon.
244B5. Daniel Elbridge Hendrickson born 21 March 1822, died 12 September 1892, married Lucued Corany.
244B6. William George Hendrickson born 25 February 1824, died 26 November 1900, married 21 February 1853 to Melvina Moffett.
244B7. Sarah W. Hendrickson born 21 October 1826.
244B8. Drusilla A. Hendrickson born 10 April 1829, died 5 July 1894, married Henry Carr.
244B9. James M. Hendrickson born 15 December 1831, died 17 September 1885, died unmarried.
244C. Sarah Hendrickson born in New Jersey, married James Herbert.
244D. Elizabeth Hendrickson married 24 July 1813 in Poplar Flats, Kentucky to William Henderson or Hindrickson.
Book "Hendricksons of NY, NJ, & Penn." by Marie McConnell, page 42
"If the "Dr. Hendrickson" listed in Franklin Township in 1776 was our Daniel and there seems no reason to doubt this. There is nothing to tell when he became a doctor (left out). I have read that the medical education of "doctors" was very casual in those days. Anyway this might explain why his son Okey performed the services of a doctor among the wounded soldiers in his vicinity during the Revolutionary War. We do not know when Daniel died - but he was living in 1776 when he was about 68."
488. Daniel Hendrickson born 1708/10, died after 1776, married about 1731.
489. Magdalena_________ died 1738.
488B. (Okey 8) (Ouke) Hendrickson born in 1734. Okey was a surgeon in the Revolutionary War. He lived in New Jersey, then went to Kentucky about 1790. He went to a station near where Maysville now stands and from there to Lewis County (Kentucky).
488C. William Hendrickson baptised 17 July 1736 at the Dutch Reformed Church of New Brunswick, New Jersey.
488E. Gysbert Hendrickson born 19 November 1749 at New Brunswick, New Jersey.
488F. Johannis Hendrickson born 15 December 1751.
[1676 - Settlement of boundary between
Eastern and Western New Jersey]
976. William Hendrickson born 1670/71 in Flatbush, New York, died 7 April 1711 in Monmouth, New Jersey.
977. Willemptje Laenen Van Pelt christened 16 September 1677, died before 1711.
976B. Jannetje Hendrickson born 13 September 1699 in New York, married about 1718 to Christopher Walmsley.
976C. Johannes (John) Hendrickson born 1700/1, baptised 29 May 1705, died 25 March 1789, married Sarah Mosier.
976D. Guysbert Hendrickson born 1 September 1703 in New York, died in 1777, married in 1728 to Mary Elizabeth Polhemias.
976E. Hendrick Hendrickson born 11 November 1706, died 28 July 1783, married in 1728 to Alice Couwenhoven.
976F (Daniel 9) Hendrickson born 1708/10.
[1664 - British annex New Netherlands from Connecticut
to Delaware and rename New Amsterdam,... New York]
Book- Allen Family, Early PA Genealogy Gleanings, by William J. Allen
"The first definately proven Hendrickson ancestor was by name Hendrick Hendricks(en), supposedly a son of Daniel and Emma Van Guelder Hendrickson. Hendrick was born in 1636 in Utrecht, Holland, but removed from there to the ancestral home in Westphalia before 1658.
In many European countries then the patronymic system of naming was used to a great extent, so the children of a man with the given name of Hendrick would add the suffex "s", "se", or "sen" (later to become son), and adopt it as a surname; or if they already had a surname, then they would insert it between their first and last name.
Hendrick Hendricks' wife was Jane Luitgirt, and the couple came to America in March of 1663 on the ship "Rosebloom" landing in New Amsterdam. The following year, Hendricksen is listed as serving under Director General Peter Stuvyesant, who was resisting the occupation of the British.
William, or as he always signed his name "Wilm Hendricks" was born in Flatbush, Long Island and the son of Hendrick and Jane. He married before 1697 to Willemptje, a daughter of Guisbert Thyssen Laenen VanPelt and Jannetje Adriannse Lambertson. Both of Willemptje's grandparents arrived on the Rosebloom in 1663.
Willemptje's grandfather was Matthys Janse VanPelt and was married to Marijken Gysbrecht. The Laenens were at one time traders who traveled with the famous Flemish cloth to Holland, Germany and Lorraine, and even to more distant countries. While staying in these distant places they were referred to as "van pelt" (of pelt). Mattys and Marijken sailed on the Rosebloom, but Marijken died on the voyage and was buried at sea.
Gysbrecht Thyssen Laen VanPelt was their youngest child. His descendants are eligible to membership in any organization based solely on 17th century residence, and also any which requires that the ancestor performed an outstanding act or held public office of some importance. By the time of his death, he had anglicized his name to Gilbert Lane.
Daniel Hendrickson was the youngest child of William and Willemptje. Left without either of his parents by the age of two, we know nothing of his early life. He was married twice. Magdalena was Daniel's first wife.
Their son, Okey Hendrickson married Mary Anne Ganno Steepe. He served in the third battalion of the Middlesex County Militia during the Revolution, moved later to Mason County, Kentucky."
1952. Hendrick Hendricks(en) born 1636 in Utrecht, Holland. He sailed to America on the ship Rosetta. He had a farm at Flatland, Long Island, New York. In 1664 his name is found as a soldier enroled under Gov. Peter Stuyvesant who resisted the English occupation of New Amsterdam.
1953. Jane Luitgirt. No further information.
1952B. Daniel Hendricksen born in 1673, died in 1728, married to Tryntje Van Dyke.
[1712 - Peace Congress opens at Utrecht]
1952B2. Teuntje (Antonia) Hendrickson baptised 9 April 1699, died 1768, married Jonathan Holmes, Jr.
1952B3. Hendrick (Henry) Hendrickson born in 1700, died 21 February 1753.
1952B4. John Hendrickson born about 1702, died in 1740.
1952B5. Mayke Hendrickson baptised 23 June 1703/4.
1952B6. Tryntje Hendrickson.
1952B7. William Hendrickson baptised 6 November 1709, died 1740.
1952B8. Annetje (Ann) Hendrickson baptised 30 December 1711, died 1742.
1952B9. Francyntje (Frances) Hendrickson baptised 19 December 1714, died 10 June 1797.
1952B10. Jannetje Hendrickson baptised 21 June 1718.
1952B11. Daniel Hendrickson born 5 January 1723, died 24 June 1788.
1952C. Hendrick Hendricksen died by 1728, married Helen Cortelyou.
From book -Early Dutch Settlers of Monmouth, County, New Jersey,
by George C. Beeckman, page 122,
"Teuntje Thyse Laen VanPelt, the mother of Daniel Hendrickson's wife, came to America with her father and settled at New Utrecht, L. I. Her brother Guisbert married Jannetje Adraanse Lambertsen, and removed to Monmouth county. He wrote his name or was known as "Gisbert Laen,"..."
1954. Guisbert Thyssen Laenen Van Pelt baptised in 1652 in Holland, died about 1727 in New Jersey, married about 1697.
1955. Jannetje Adriannse Lambertson daughter of Adrian Lambertson.
3904. Daniel Hendrickson born 4 March 1605 in Utrecht, Holland.
3905. Emma Van Guelder. No further information.
Child: (there were a total of 7)
3908. Matthys Janse Laenen Van Pelt married 1 November 1640 in Holland.
3909. Marijken Gysbrecht burried at sea in 1663.
[1572- Dutch War of Independence
7808. Cornelius Hendrickson born about 1572 in Utrecht, Holland. He became a navigator and was the first white man to set foot on the soil of Pennsylvania and West Jersey. He was the discoverer of the Raritan and Schuylkill rivers, and explored the Delaware to the falls at the present site of Trenton. During the latter part of 1614 he explored the coast of New Jersey in the yacht "Onrest," the first vessel built in New Amsterdam.
This vessel was first sailed by Captain Adraien Block. Full accounts of Capt. Hendricksonn's voyage can be found in O'Callaghan's & Brodhead's Histories as well as in the records of the NY Historical Society.
7809. Sonnetje Rutger.
15616. Lambert Hendrickson , called in Motley's History of the United Netherlands "Pretty Lambert"
15617. _________ Nadal, daughter of Manuel Y Nadal. Manuel Y Nadal was an officer in the army of the Duke of Alva, yet a friend of the Dutch patriots.
15616B. Daniel Hendrickson was the father of Gerrit who came to America in the ship St. Jean Baptiste and landed at New Amsterdam in May 1661.
15616C. (a daughter)
15616D. (a daughter)
15616E. (a daughter)
31232. Barent Hendrickse born about 1482 in Ireland, a Westphalian town near the Netherlands border, married in 1524. They had three daughters who died in infancy.
31233. Neeltje Evertson.
[1502 - Columbus sails on his fourth and last voyage to Honduras and Panama (-1504)]
62464. Rutger Hendrikse born about 1482, son of Henry of Nydeck, Baron, married at Cologne, Germany in 1470
62465. Gennetje Beeckman.