The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 46

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Richard Henry Greene, Henry Reed Stiles, Melatiah Everett Dwight, George Austin Morrison, Hopper Striker Mott, John Reynolds Totten, Harold Minot Pitman, Louis Effingham De Forest, Charles Andrew Ditmas, Conklin Mann, Arthur S. Maynard
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 1915 - New York
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Finding this hard to read, not sure why it is up here. Interesting to find the names Rody Whitfield on page 91.

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Carel de Beauvois did not arrive 17 February 1659 in New Amsterdam.
The ships records show a departure date of 17/20 February 1659 and an arrivel date of "by 5 May 1659"
It is not likely that his
daughter Cornelis was baptized in New Amsterdam early March 1659.
This is either a transcribing error (perhaps 3 May 1659?) or a recording error (perhaps March 1660)
IT is not possible that a ship left even 20 February 1659 would arrive by early March 1659.

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