New Netherland Roots
The purpose of this book is to show the researcher how to trace a 17th-century New Netherland ancestor back to his place of origin in Europe. Mrs. Epperson demonstrates that without leaving the United States, and without speaking or reading a foreign language, the researcher, in using such records as exist at the LDS Family History Library and family history centers throughout the United States, can successfully trace his New Netherland ancestry all on his own.
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Adolph Hardenbrook Adrian Albany Aloff ancestor Andries Annetje Antwerp Armentieres baptismal records baptisms baptized Belgium Borculo born child church records church registers civil records Coenradt ten Eyck Cologne court records daughter Dutch Church Dutch Reformed Church Egbert van Borsum Eick Elberfeld entries Epperson family history centers Family History Library France French Geesteren Gelderland Genealogical Publishing Genealogical Research Genealogical Sources Germany given names Guide to Genealogical Gwenn F Hardenbrook Family Hendrick Hengelo Holland HSYB Huguenot Huguenot Society Ibid included Jacob Jan Lubberdinck Jansen Jansz Johannes located Lochem Magdalena Joire Maria Boel marriage intention marriage records married Matthew Blanchan microfilm Moers Notary parish registers passenger lists patronymic Peter place of origin Protestant province Provost Remscheid Rensselaerswyck research papers residing Roman Catholic Church Slok Slok's spelling surname ten Eyck town trans translated vols Walloon West India Company wife Willem