The lower parts middle part are in Dutch the Netherlands website musters words are clear, soldaat means soldier
Dutch Names & Nicknames and their English Equivalent
Harmon Hermannus | Harmannus Herman | Mannus (see note)
New Amsterdam NY Dutch Reformed Church
1680 Sep 18; Laurens Colevelt, Sara Waldron; Cornelis; Resolvert
Waldron, Cornelia Lubberts 1680 Sep 29; [Jan Tuuter], Elisabeth;
Ritzard; Ritzard Hal, Tham Koocker, Grietie Hendricx 1680 Sep 29; Jan
Janszen Mol, Engeltie Pieters;...
1701 Apr 16; Abraham Santvoort, Vroutje Van Hoorn; Anna Maria; Thomas
Sanders, Aefje Van Hoorn wife of Jan Tuther [Tudor] 1701 Apr 20;
Gerret Lantsink, Catharina Glen; Sander; Cornelis Vrely, Jaquemyntie
Vrely wife of Abraham...
1695 24 Apr; Johan Tudor, jr; Aefje van Hooren, jd van N. Yorck, beyede woonende
This family came from Holland early as Jan Tuuter to Tuther to Tuder
Free inhabitants of new york
1695 John Tuder Jr
1695 Nicholas Tuder
1695 John Tuder Sr
1705 Thomas Tuder
I cant exactly remeber off hand the date think Thomas Tuder was living in 1 part of virginia a little earlier than John Tedder
Sir John Ogle (1569-1640), was considered a great military hero, and one of the key individuals in the English army sent by Elizabeth I of England to assist the Netherlands in their struggle for independence from the Spanish Habsburgs. As a result of his heroic endeavors he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of the English forces fighting in the United provinces in the Netherlands as well as Governor of the City of Utrecht. Little is known about John Ogle’s early life, however, in 1591 it is recorded he went to the Netherlands where he served under Sir Francis Vere, sergeant-major-general of the English forces aiding the Dutch republic. Ogle became an invaluable assistant to Vere, saving his life during the great Battle of Nieuwpoort (1600) as well as rallying the retreating English infantry and organising the counterattack which helped to win the battle. Following these acts of heroism, Ogle was appointed Vere’s lieutenant-colonel. He took part in the siege of Ostend (1601-1604) and, having distinguished himself in the conquest of Sluis (1604), he was made full colonel in the Dutch army in 1605. He was knighted in 1603 and Prince Maurits made him Governor of Utrecht, but was not satisfied with his performance during the crisis of 1618 and replaced him with Sir Horace Vere. Ogle returned to England in 1634
Genealogisch Centrum Middelburg. Zie ook: Website
Met dank aan Marianne Gossije
NG, 16 jan. 1605: Willem Tidder Engelsman soldaat onder Ridder Oogle en Lijsbet Mecka Jansdr. uit Engeland, sponsus testimonium a capitaneo, getrouwd 30 jan. 1605
So the Brittish Isles Tedders went to the Netherlands as Soldiers in Ogles Armies. Maybe they were rewarded lands married Dutch girls and came to New Amsterdam using Dutch variants Tuuter that drifted back by 1680s as Tuder.
Theory only since since these forces were sent by Elizabeth ,a Tudor under Ogle ,it could be 1 explanation
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