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Annatie Loockermans

Female Abt 1655 - Aft 1701  (~ 46 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Annatie Loockermans was born about 1655 in Beverwijck (now Albany), New Netherland (daughter of Pieter Jansen Loockermans and Marritje Duncanson); died after 2 Nov 1701.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1663
    • Alternate birth: Abt 1664
    • Alternate death: Jul 1742, Albany, Albany, New York
    • Alternate death: 1756, Albany, Albany, New York

    Annatie married Adam Winne on 8 Aug 1683 in Albany, Albany, New York. Adam (son of Pieter Winne and Tannatje Adams) was born about 1663 in of Albany, Albany, New York; died about 1691. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Catelyntje Winne was born about 1691 in Albany, Albany, New York.

    Annatie married Jacob Teunise Van Woert on 18 Oct 1691 in Albany, Albany, New York. Jacob (son of Teunis Jacobsz and Sara Denys) was born about 1660; died before 18 Jul 1730 in Albany, Albany, New York; was buried on 18 Jul 1730 in Albany, Albany, New York. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Jacob Van Woert was born before 30 Oct 1698.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Pieter Jansen Loockermans was born on 5 Oct 1614 in Turnhout, Netherlands; died after 2 Jul 1674.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Aft 1687, Albany, Albany, New York

    Notes:

    He was a carpenter and an innkeeper. In 1658 he was called a gunstock maker (lademaker). On 27 May 1660 he signed a petition as a small fur trader. He and his nephew Pieter Loockermans are frequently confused with one another.

    Pieter married Marritje Duncanson about 1650 in New Netherland. Marritje (daughter of Rev. James Duncanson and Helen Livingston) was born about 1614. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Marritje Duncanson was born about 1614 (daughter of Rev. James Duncanson and Helen Livingston).

    Notes:

    Also called Maria; Marritje Lamberts; Marritje Donckes. Remington (citation details below) calls her "possibly" a daughter of James Duncanson and Helen Livingston, and only "possibly" the second wife of Pieter Loockermans, but subsequent research appears to have solidified the likelihood of both connections.

    Children:
    1. 1. Annatie Loockermans was born about 1655 in Beverwijck (now Albany), New Netherland; died after 2 Nov 1701.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Rev. James Duncanson was born about 1564 (son of Rev. John Duncanson and Jonet Watson); died on 11 Jul 1624 in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland.

    Notes:

    He graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1585, and became vicar of St. Mungo's, Alloa, Clackmannanshire in Feb 1589.

    Rev. James Duncanson (d. 1624) = Helen Livingston (d. 1633)
    Katherine Duncanson = Sander Leendertze Glen
    Johannes Sanderse Glen = Anna Peeck
    Jacob Sanderse Glen = Anne Hanson
    Jacob Glen = Rebecca Miller
    Martha Glen = Thomas Maslin
    Michael Miller Maslin = Eliza Sarah Mohler
    Caroline Maslin = Robert Ewing
    Caroline Maslin Ewing = John Vernou Bouvier
    John Vernou Bouvier = Maude Frances Sergeant
    John Vernou Bouvier = Janet Norton Lee
    Their daughters:
    Caroline Lee (Bouvier) (Canfield) Radziwell
    Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) (Kennedy) Onassis

    James married Helen Livingston before 12 Oct 1610. Helen (daughter of Rev. Henry Livingston and Agnes Gray) was born about 1585; died after 15 Aug 1633. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 7.  Helen Livingston was born about 1585 (daughter of Rev. Henry Livingston and Agnes Gray); died after 15 Aug 1633.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate birth: Abt 1587, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
    • Alternate death: Aft 16 Aug 1633

    Children:
    1. 3. Marritje Duncanson was born about 1614.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Rev. John Duncanson died on 4 Oct 1601.

    Notes:

    From "The Duncanson Wives of Four New Netherland Settlers", citation details below:

    Coming to prominence in the midst of the Scottish Reformation, he was described as "a convert from the old faith" who "was one of the few ecclesiastics who cordially accepted the reformed doctrines." On 21 October 1560, he was given a house by the Burgh of Stirling for his services as minister to the town. In 1563 he was appointed by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to establish churches in Menteith.

    Beginning in 1567, he also was in the service of the infant King James VI of Scotland and was presented to the Vicarage of the Chapel Royal on 17 March 1567. In 1571 he resigned as minister of Stirling and accompanied the King to Edinburgh. He was promoted to Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal by January of 1574, for which he was to receive a yearly stipend of £200. He was elected Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in August of 1574 and in 1576 and 1578 he was one of the ministers appointed to write the Second Book of Discipline.

    Perhaps because of his position as "King's minister," John Duncanson received several favors in the way of lands and gifts. On 10 March 1581, he was given the wardship of the lands of Overgibbon in Perthshire until the heir became of age. In 1584, the King confirmed a charter whereby John Seytoun and his wife Margaret Ross sold Duncanson and his wife "Jonete Watsoune" land and estates in Coull in Fifeshire. In 1589 King James conferred upon him the rectory and vicarage of Kirkcowan in Wigtownshire.

    John married Jonet Watson. Jonet died after 1582. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 13.  Jonet Watson died after 1582.
    Children:
    1. 6. Rev. James Duncanson was born about 1564; died on 11 Jul 1624 in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland.

  3. 14.  Rev. Henry Livingston was born about 1560 (son of Henry Livingston and Margaret Forrester); died between 14 Jun 1624 and 26 Aug 1624.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: Abt 24 Jun 1624
    • Alternate death: Bef 26 Aug 1624
    • Alternate death: Abt 26 Aug 1624

    Notes:

    M.A. St. Andrews, 1583. Inaugurated 15 Oct 1587 minister of St. Ninian's, Stirlingshire. Elected 7 Apr 1607 Moderator of the Synod of Perth.

    On 9 Apr 1588 he was ordered by the Synod of Stirling and Dunblane to defend his baptism of John Murray of Touchadam's illegitimate child before Murray had performed the required public penitence. The Rev. Livingston appeared along Duncan Narne of Lokishill and together they explained that Livingston had baptized the baby out of fear of Murray's retaliation. Being a minister in sixteenth-century Scotland had its dangers, as indicated here and in the following:

    "On 26 March 1595, Mr Henry reported the promising results of his intermediation in a blood feud between the Sinclairs and the Stirlings of Keir. When Mr Henry was elected Moderator of the Synod of Perth against the wishes of James VI/I, the king's agent Sir David Murray, Lord Scone, later Viscount Henry Stormont, violently disrupted Mr Henry's service. For his disobedience, the Privy Council placed Mr Henry under house arrest in Stirling. [...] Mr Henry continued to disobey the king, signing the Protestation for the Liberties of the Kirk on 27 June 1617." [Adrian Benjamin Burke, citation details below]

    Henry married Agnes Gray about 1584. Agnes (daughter of Alexander Gray and Helen Little) was born about 1563; died after 4 Feb 1591 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 15.  Agnes Gray was born about 1563 (daughter of Alexander Gray and Helen Little); died after 4 Feb 1591 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.
    Children:
    1. 7. Helen Livingston was born about 1585; died after 15 Aug 1633.