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Re: Seiring, Seryon, Serion, Searing, Sirrine, Sirine
Posted by: Wilson Zaring (ID *****8982) Date: July 14, 2005 at 10:55:39
In Reply to: Seiring, Seryon, Serion, Searing, Sirrine, Sirine by Jodi Sirine of 135

Jodi: Do you know the national origin of the Sirine family? I have a note in my computer that suggests the Searings of Long Island were originally Dutch:

       Jan (Van Diest) Sereijn, son of Nicholas Syrens, married Magdalens Vander Putte. Magdalens was born in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


       a. Joannes (John).
        b. Sep. 12, 1585.

       b. Janneke.
        b. Oct. 23, 1586.

       c. Abraham.
        b. Apr. 2, 1601.

The Second Generation

       Joannes (John) Seroen1, son of Jan (Van Diest) Sereijn and Magdalens Vander Putte, was born on September 12, 1585. On December 2, 1610, at St. Saviour's, London, England, Joannes married Jane Badger.


       a. Simon.
        b. 1613, England.
        d. Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.

Unfortunately I now no longer know were this note came from.
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