The Croesen Families of America: Kroesen, Krewsen, Krewson, Cruzen, Cruser, Crusen, Cruise, Cruse, Krusen, Kroes, Croes, Kruser, Volume 1
Garret Dircksen Croesen arrived in Breuckelen (Brooklyn), New York about 1660. He married Neeltje Jans in 1661. Her family probably came to America fron the Netherlands in about 1630. Includes genealogies of descendants.
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