The first step in putting together your family history is to record what you know about your immediate family. Then begin to work backward.
According to the record of baptisms at the New Amsterdam Reformed Dutch Church, Wyntie, daughter of Pieter Stoutenburg and Aefje Van Tienhonven, was baptized at the General’s Bouwerij (farm) in 1662. The General was Peter Stuyvesant who was Director-General on behalf of the Dutch West India Company.
The Mayan calendar’s last date of December 21, 2012 gave rise to revelry scheduled for the “End of the World Party,” which I was unable to attend. Perhaps the Mayan attendant to that calendar project suffered their demise before chiseling out December 22, 2012.
This patch from Maria Stoutenburgh’s Friendship Quilt is just one of many exhibits you’ll find in the William Stoutenburgh Historic Homesite.
The Stoutenburgh family played a significant role in firefighting in the early history of New York City, especially Jacobus Stoutenburgh who was appointed as the first Fire Chief.
An Internet search about a movie with Bill Murray as Franklin Roosevelt reveals a large number of hits. It seems that the movie is planned to be shot this fall in Hyde Park. The story covers one weekend in Hyde Park during a visit from the Queen and King...
By reason of our descending from Pieter Van Stoutenburg and Aefje Van Tienhoven, we can get qualified as ancestors of the Presidents Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt. Anyone of Engeltje Stoutenburg’s brothers or sister will be a collateral line.
Written between 1902 and 1907 this work consists of ten leaflets by Henry Augustus Stoutenburgh (1842-1919.) Volumes 1 and 2 published by the Press of E. Storer, Volumes 3 through 10 by Knickerbocker Press.
Details the formation of a group which laid claim to millions of dollars in interest to the Trinity Church property.
The Reformed Church in Hyde Park was formerly known as the Stoutenburgh Religious Society.
When the Woodstock String Quartet played its concert at the Woodstock Town Hall for the benefit of the village Methodist Church recently, the entire concert was played on instruments made by Harry Stoutenburgh, descendent of one of the oldest Hudson valley families, famous as a violin maker.
New Cemetery Index Compiled and Created by Tony and Shirley Walker
Upon the anniversary of his death, please take a moment to pay your respects to our beloved neighbor at Hyde Park.
A list of Canadian Stoutenburghs in the Thornbury/Clarksburg Union Cemetery.
The line of Peter Stoutenburg, husband of Caroline Ashton, was established in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada post Revolutionary War.
Gloria Waldron Hukle, a native and resident of New York State is an llth generation Waldron in the line of the New York Dutch Waldron who emigrated to New Amsterdam (NYC) from Holland mid-l7th century settling on the corner of present day Wall Street and B’Way and later Harlem....
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Could Peter Van Der Lyn be the same painter who created the portraits of William and Marguerite Stoutenburgh?
Maud Stoutenburgh Eliot, one of the original founding members of the Stoutenburgh-Teller Family Association, gave President Roosevelt a gift of the old brass knocker from the door of the Blackwell house.
For any of you that may have wondered about the Stoutenburgh-Teller Family Association (STFA), here’s quick history by Betsy Neal (STFA President) telling how it came to be and a little of what it’s about:
Eleanor’s early life was quite sad. Eleanor’s parents had both died by the time she was ten. She was a shy, private girl who wasn’t attractive like her parents. When Franklin was struck with polio, she forced herself to change to help support his political ambitions.
The name of Jacobus Stoutenburgh appears on the tax list in 1741 when his Dutch manor-house of stone was completed.
Many are acquainted with The Scarlet Pimpernel stories by Baroness Emmuska Orczy. She also authored two stories entitled The Laughing Cavalier (1913) and The First Sir Percy (1921) featuring William Stoutenburg, one of Johann Van Oldenbarneveldt’s two sons. Her tale paints his angst while in the face of his...