Descendants of Claas Frederickse Van Petten (1641-1728)and his wife Aeffie Arentse Bradt (1649-1729) : a family history research project

Van Patten
current compiler, F.I. Hindmarsh
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Aylmer, Ontario : F.I. Hindmarsh, 1997
iv, 325 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.


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Claas Frederickse Van Petten (1641-1728) was from the Petten, North Holland, the Netherlands. He immigrated to New Netherlands (New York) in 1664. He married Aeffie Arentse Bradt of Albany, New York ca. 1672. Descendants lived in New York, Iowa, Illinois, Arkansas, Oregon, Virginia, Colorado, Nebraska, Utah, Nevada, California, Canada and elsewhere.

Bibliography: p. 281-282.

Includes index.

Includes Van Petten, Van Patten, Van Vechten, Van Alstyne, Van Allen, Van Wormer, Bradt, Pettit, Vedder, Van Patter, Allen, Bailey, Baker, Barbero, Becker, Beebe, Brady, Brown, Campbell, Corlis, Davis, DeGraff, Drake, Frederick, Fuller, Gould, Groot, Harmon, Hill, Johnson, Kniss, LaGrange, Locker, Mabee, McDuffie, Miller, Nolan, Potter, Severson, Smith, Swart, Tanner, Toll, Van Epps, Viele, Ward, Weihing, Wells, Whitney, Wood, Young and related families.

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