Johannes de Hooges and Margarita Post

    Johannes de Hooges was the son of Anthony de Hooges and Eva Alberts Bradt.[1] He had three older sisters, Maria, Anna, and Catrina, and one younger sister, Eleonora, as well as four younger half-brothers, Thomas, Antoni (probably died young), Antoni, and Bernardus Swarwout, and four your younger half-sisters, Hendrickje, Cornelia, Rachel, and Eva Swartwout. Johannes married Margarita Post 4 December 1675 in Kingston, Ulster, New York. Margarita was baptized 6 June 1657 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, the daughter of Adriaen Crijnen Post and Claartje Mookers. She had at least one older brother, Adrian, and one older sister, Maria, as well as one younger brother, Francoys, and one younger sister, Geertruyd. Johannes was made captain at Hurley on 24 Dec 1689, according to E. B. O'Callaghan (The Documentary History of the State of New York, vol. 1, Albany: Weed, Parsons, & Co., 1849, p. 350).

Johannes and Margarita had:

1. Eva de Hooges[2] born in Hurley, Ulster, New York, married Pieter van Etten (the son of Jacob Jansen van Etten and Annetje Adriaens-see Van Etten family)12 Oct 1697 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
2. Claartje de Hooges, born in Hurley, Ulster, New York, baptized 27 Apr 1679 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Teunis Quick 24 Sep 1696 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
3. Annetie de Hooges, born in Hurley, Ulster, New York, baptized 19 Nov 1682 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Emanuel van Etten (the son of Jacob Jansen van Etten and Annetje Adriaens-see Van Etten family) 10 May 1702.
4. Antoni de Hooges, baptized 12 Oct 1684 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
5. Cathrina de Hooges, born in Ulster County, New York, baptized 14 Feb 1686 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Wynant van der Poel 17 Aug 1706 in Albany, Albany, New York.
6. Marytje de Hooges, married Willem Van Oostrande. [3]
7. Johanna de Hooges, born in Hurley, Ulster, New York, baptized 31 Aug 1690 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Ariaan Roosa (the son of Arien Roosa and Maria Everts Pels-see Roosa family) 4 Dec 1713 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.

Sources:
1. Brassard, Theodore (comp.), Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (1639-1730), Nottingham, NH: http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, 2000.
2. Hoes, Roswell Randall (comp.), Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1997 (originally published by De Vinne Press (New York), 1891).
3. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, excerpted from Year Books of the Holland Society of New York.
4. O'Callaghan, The Documentary History of the State of New York, vol. 1, Albany: Weed, Parsons, & Co., 1849.
5. Marriage Contract of Roeloff Swartwout and Eva Albertson, 13 August 1657 at Fort Orange.


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at New Amsterdam.

Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
1657 Capt. Adriaen Post Margarita Pieter Tenneman,
6 June Cornelia Van Buuren

Source: Brassard, Theodore (comp.), Baptisms at the Reformed Dutch Church of New Amsterdam (1639-1730), Nottingham, NH: http://www.altlaw.com/edball/dutchbap.htm, 2000.


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Kingston, Ulster, NY.

Page Number Baptism Number Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
12 183 1679 Johannes de Hoges Claertje Roelof Swartwout.
27 April Margriet Post Warnaer Hornbeeck.
Eva Alberts.
18 291 1682 Johannes de Hooges Geertie [4] (No witnesses named). [5]
19 Nov. (Wife not named) [6]
23 391 1684 Johannes d'Hooges Antoni Roelof Swartwout.
12 Oct. Margrita Post Willem Montaigne.
Eva Albertz.
Cathrina de Hooges.
25 454 1686 Johannes de Hooges Cathrina Gerrit Cornelisz.
14 Feb. Margriet Post Chieltie Cornelisz.
35 661 1690 Johannes de Hooges Johanna Elizabeth Gardenier.
31 Aug (Wife's name not given)  Roeloff Swart-wout.
Antoni Bries.

Kingston Marriage Register.

Page 503, Marriage # 31
4 Dec 1675
JOHANNES DE HOOGES, j. m., and MARGARITA POST, j. d. Banns recorded, 17 Nov., with consent of his Father and Mother, and with consent of her Father. "Married after three lawful publications in the church."

Page 512, Marriage # 121
24 Sep 1696
TEUNIS QUICK, j. m., born in Kingstouwn, and resid. in Mombackes (Mombaccus), [7] and CLAARTJE DE HOOGES, j. d., born and resid. in Horle (Hurley). Banns published, but dates not given.

Page 513, Marriage # 133
12 Oct 1697
PIETER VAN ETTEN, j. m., and EVA DE HOOGES, j. d., both parties born and resid. in Horle (Hurley). Banns published, but dates not given.

Page 518, Marriage # 192
10 May 1702
EMANUEL VAN ETTEN, j. m., born in Mormelt (Marbletown), and ANTJE DE HOOGES, j. d., born in Horle (Hurley), and both resid. there. Banns published, but dates not given.

Page 528, Marriage # 306
4 Dec 1713
ARIAAN ROOSA, j. m., born in Horly (Hurley), and JOHANNA DE HOOGES, j. d., also born in Horly. Banns registered, 15 Nov.

Source: Hoes, Roswell Randall (comp.), Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1997 (originally published by De Vinne Press (New York), 1891).


Marriage Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York

1706, Aug. 17.
Registered Wynand Van der Poel, y.m., born and living at Albany, and Catharina De Hooges, y.d., born in Ulster Co., living here. Married, Sept. 8, at P.

Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York, 1683-1809, excerpted from the Year Books of the Holland Society of New York.


Pledge of the People of Hurley to support their Representatives.
[Translation.]

We the undersigned hereby acknowledge to agree to what our committee may do or enact for the welfare and allegiance of our Gracious Matie King William and Queen Mary for the benefit of our country and the advancement of the Protestant Religion, whereunto we pledge both Body and Lives. In witness of the Truth we have subscribed these with our own hands. Ady the 12 decemb. 1689 at Hurley was signed,
...Johannes d'hooges,...
...the mark of Tho: Swartwout,...

Source: O'Callaghan, The Documentary History of the State of New York, vol. 1, Albany: Weed, Parsons, & Co., 1849, p. 46


Footnotes

[1] Johannes was mentioned in a marriage contract between his mother and Roeloff Swartwout in which money was set aside and guardians were appointed for him and his siblings.
[2] While I have not seen a baptismal record for Eva de Hooges, it is logical that she is Johannes and Margarita's eldest daughter, named, according to the traditional naming system after Johannes' mother, Eva. Notice that the second daughter is named after Margarita's mother, Claartje, and the eldest (and only) son is named after Johannes' father, Antoni.
[3] I have found no baptismal or marriage records for Marytje. The following baptism was found in the Albany, New York records: "Sept. 19. Johannes, of Willem Van Oostrande and Marytje De Hooges. Witnesses: Wynand and Catharina Van der Poel." Notice that the witnesses are Cathrina de Hooges, Johannes' daughter, and her husband, Wynant van der Poel.
[4] Note from R. R. Hoes: " 'Geertie' crossed out in corresponding list in Vol. II, and "Annetie" inserted in its place."
[5] Note from R. R. Hoes: "Thomas Swartwout, Frans Pos, and Annetie de Hooges, named as witnesses in corresponding list in Vol. II."
[6] Note from R. R. Hoes: " 'Magareta Pos' is given in corresponding list in Vol. II."
[7] Note from R. R. Hoes: "Mombaccus was the early name for the general tract of country now embraced, in whole or in part, in the town of Rochester, Ulster Co. This tract was not called Rochester until early in the last century, after which the name of Mombaccus was applied, to a small locality in the same town."


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