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Re: where did Abraham Martens Klock come from in Holland?
Posted by: Harrie Lamers (ID *****7318) Date: August 02, 2012 at 12:15:46
In Reply to: where did Abraham Martens Klock come from in Holland? by ANNA DALEA of 3246

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Detail result: (Father)
Source       Parish register - Baptism
Archive location       Nationaal Archief
General       Place: Nieuw Amsterdam-New York
Congregation: Collegiate Church of New York
Type of source: Doopboek
Denomination: NDG
Date of baptism: 18-01-1654
Child       Trijntie
Gender: V
Father       Abraham Klock
Mother       
Witness       Johannes Pietrsz van Brug
Witness       Christina Capoens
Witness       
Witness
       

There must be another daughter Sara. Mind, Trijntje = Tryntie = Catharina.

Detail result: (Witness)
Source       Parish register - Baptism
Archive location       Nationaal Archief
General       Place: Nieuw Amsterdam-New York
Congregation: Collegiate Church of New York
Type of source: Doopboek
Denomination: NDG
Date of baptism: 24-01-1677
Child       Abraham
Gender: M
Father       Daniel de Rappalje
Mother       Sara Klock
Witness       Marten Klock
Witness       Trijntie Klock
Witness       
Witness
       

Search yourself.
The name: Abraham Martens Klock = Abraham son of Ma(a)rten Klock.
Trijntie Alberts = Trijntie daughter of Albert.
The name Trijntie indicates the west-southern part of the Netherlands (Zeeland and province of Holland); other Dutch provinces would write in that time Trijntje (western part) or Trineke (eastern and southern part).
As far I can find, the name Klock (not De Klock) appears in that time in the towns of Pernis, Spijkenisse, Den Haag, Scheveningen, Rotterdam. That is the south-west of the Netherlands. In Vlaanderen, the name is mostly De Klock.
Search yourself: http://rotterdam.digitalestamboom.nl/search.aspx?lang=en
http://www.zeeuwengezocht.nl/en/search
http://www.archiefleiden.nl/home/collecties/personen/zoek-op-personen/q/persoon_achternaam_t_0/klock


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