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THE KNICKERBOCKER FAMILY

Yes – We are all related! The fun part is proving it.  

 

October 2018

This web site was started over 20 years ago to support the Knickerbocker Historical Society at Schaghticoke, NY and to provide a spot for sharing family information. The genealogy world has greatly changed from my publishing a paper family newsletter in the 90s to having massive commercial on-line sites and DNA based genealogy available today.

I have kept this site available to provide the base family genealogies and as a link to the Society. Research of a more general nature will always have a home here. Welcome Cousin. ­­­­­­­­­

 

 

 


 

New Study 

Bryan just emailed me his latest study entitled “John P. Knickerbocker & Anna Couse”. Link

Mistakes are corrected in VanAlstyne from a series of bible transcriptions found by Bryan and George at Albany.

 

Upcoming Studies 

Studies that will be posted over the next several months:

·        John Knickerbocker & Susan Pulver. This next one will be much more meaningful as it identifies men named Peter Knickerbocker, John Knickerbocker, and Benjamin Knickerbocker - and links to several entries in the 1850 census that I previously had in my "unknown" bucket (Bryan).

·        Frederick, son of Hugh Knickerbocker & Rachel Schram

·        Benjamin, son of Phillip Knickerbocker Jr. & Mary Snyder. This is a major addition to the “Benjamin” name study.

·        The migrations and wanderings of the Lawrence2 families. This is a major addition to Bryan’s earlier investigations to bring this family to the 4th generation.

These - and all the previous studies - will be used to reconstruct the early Knickerbocker family and connect it to the 1850 census.  The 1908 VanAlstyne genealogy will be corrected and expanded.

 

 

Original Studies

·        John P. Knickerbocker & Anna Couse  Link

·         Knickerbockers in Smithville Flats, NY  Link

·        Knickerbocker Families of Fort Edward, NY   Link

·        Many Names of Harmen Janse – Part 1 - Van Turkeyen and Van Bommel  Link

·        Many Names of Harmen Janse – Part 2 - Van Wye  Link

·        Many Names of Harmen Janse – Part 3 – Van Berghen  Link 

·        Original Pronunciation of Knickerbocker  Link

·        Origin of the Name Knickerbocker  Link

·        Chester (MA) Center Cemetery – Collaboration and A Find A Grave Study  Link

·        John Knickerbocker & Lydia Jackson Link

·        Migrations of the Early Knickerbockers  Link

·        Many Benjamin Knickerbockers  Link

·        Hugh Knickerbocker and Rachel Schram  Link

·        The Father of Solomon Knickerbocker (1812-92) Identified  Link

·         Analysis of the Kathlyne Viele Genealogy with Translations Link


 

Contact:
Howard Knickerbocker
- mailto:knic@knic.com
Bryan Knickerbocker - mailto:bryan@knic.com

 

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