History of Passaic and Its Environs; Historical-Biographical Volume 2

History of Passaic and Its Environs; Historical-Biographical Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ... mute). Adrian, died in childhood; Cornelius was a resident of Newark, New Jersey, for many years; Sophia, married John Ackerman; Anson, a carpenter in Passaic; and Elizabeth Ann, married John Van Iderstine. Annatje, third child of Adrijaen and Lybetje (Van Rypen) Post, died unmarried; Dirck, born August 20, 1793, married Neesje Van Riper, Dec. 4, 1814. He lived at Claverack (Athenia). He had ten children: Adriaan and John carried on a saw mill at Athenia; Abraham; Lea, married James Spier; Claertje, married Henry Brevoort; Eliza Ann, married Adrian Hopper, of Passaic; Mary, married George Berry, of Clifton; Halmagh; Richard, lived on Bloomfield avenue, Passaic; and Petrina, married Albert Romine. Adriaen, fifth child of Adrijaen and Lybetje (Van Rypen) Post, was a deaf mute and died unmarried; Eliza, died single; Helmich, died in childhood; Johannes, born Feb. 9, 1805, married (first) Rachel Huyler, (second) Charlotte Wunsch, a German, a school teacher at Passaic. He died shortly after his second marriage. He was an enterprising business man and carried on a lumber yard in Passaic. He was also active in the militia and attained the rank of major. His children were: Clara, married William S. Anderson; Sarah E.; Julia M.; John Aaron; Richard; George M.; Cornelius; and Walter S. Jannetje, the youngest child of Adrijaen and Lybetje (Van Rypen) Post, married Daniel Van Riper. Garrit, second son of Adrian and Catrina (Gerrits) Post, was baptized Jan. 1, 1680. He married (first) Dec. 25, 1704, Lea Straet, and (second) Jan. 4, 1726, Fransyntje Peterse. He was elected deacon of the Acquackanonk church in 1718 and elder in 1726. By his first marriage he was the father of seven children, and three by his second. His eldest son Adrian, born Dec. 18, ..show more

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  • Paperback | 372 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 662g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123697459X
  • 9781236974594