Listen now, good Stoutenburgh. Listen now, as we call the muster rolls of two hundred years ago. Listen now, as we read your family names. These are the liberty loving ones that put down the plough and picked up the musket in defense of freedom for all.
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.
Upon the anniversary of his death, please take a moment to pay your respects to our beloved neighbor at Hyde Park.
Please help us catalog this and other antique documents in our collection.
Could Peter Van Der Lyn be the same painter who created the portraits of William and Marguerite Stoutenburgh?
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...