Dirck Theuniszen Quick and Anna Jans Hodje

    Dirk Theuniszen Quick was baptized 26 July 1648 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland to Theunis Thomaszen Quick and Belitje Jacobs. Dirk married Anna Jans Hodje [1]. He died before 1702, according to his son Thomas' indenture.

Dirck and Anna had:

1. Theunis Quick, baptized 7 Jun 1673 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland.
2. Elisabeth Marrietie Quick, baptized 13 Sep 1680 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married 1) Henry Hues [2] and 2) Thomas Frast 27 Jun 1712 in New York City, Kings, New York.
3. Thomas Quick, born in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Margrieta Dekkers 22 Dec 1713 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, died in Feb 1756.
4. Theunis Quick [3], baptized 18 Sep 1695 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland.

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. New York Historical Society Collection, 1885, p.602.
4. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam/New York Marriages, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at New Amsterdam.

Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
1648 Theunis de Metselaer Dirck Hendrick Janszen Van Naerden
26 Jul
1673 Dirck Theuniszen Quick Theunis Belitje Jacobs Van Vleckensteyn
7 Jun Hanna Jans
1680 Dirck Theuniszen Quick Elisabeth Marritie Gerritje Jacobs,
13 Sept Johanna Jans Belitje Quicks
1695 Dirck Quick Theunis Theunis Quick
18 Sept Anna Hodje and his wife, Vrouwtie Haring

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.


Kingston Marriage Register.

Page 528 Marriage 308
1713
22 Dec.
THOMAS KWIK, j. m., born in Nieuw-Jork (New York), and MARGRIETA DEKKERS, j. d., born in Rosester (Rochester). Banns registered, 6 Dec.

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).


"Indenture of Thomas Quick, son of Derick Quick, deceased, with the consent of his brother-in-law, Henry Heus and Helegant de Key, his aunt, to John King, Shipwright, for seven years from 1st November, 1702"
Usual form-
"Apprentice to be taught to read, write and cypher, and at the expiration of the term to receive one axe, one adz, one maul, one saw, one chisel and one mallet."
Signed 2nd Nov 1702, by Thomas Quick.

Source: New York Historical Society Collection, 1885, p.602.


6; Thomas Frast, j.m. Van Amboy, met Elisabeth Kwik, Wed. V. Hendrik Huus V. N. York; 27.
6 (Jun 1712); Thomas Frast, unmarried man of Amboy, with Elisabeth Kwik, widow of Hendrik Huus of New York; (married the) 27.

Source:  Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam/New York Marriages, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record.


Footnotes

[1] It has been suggested that Anna was a de Hooges. If that were so, then she would have been the daughter of Johannes de Hooges (as suggested by Anna's patronym, Jans, meaning "the daughter of Jan or Johannes"). Johannes did indeed have daughters named Annetie and Johanna. However, they were baptized in 1682 and 1690, respectively. Anna's first child was baptized in 1673 and therefore, she could not have been Johannes' daughter. Johannes was the only son in his family. His father, Antoni (the immigrant ancestor of the de Hooges family), had a daughter named Anna but this Anna was having children with Warnaar Hornbeck at the same time as Anna Hodje. In conclusion, Anna Hodje was not likely to have been a de Hooges.
[2] The baptisms of two children from this marriage were recorded: "1699, 11 Jan; Henry Iues, Elisabeth Quik; Dirk; Jacobus de Key, Janneke de Key wife of Jeremias Tothil" and "1703, 28 Mar; Henderi Hues, Elisabeth Quick; Angenitie; Carste Leurse, Johanna Klettera".
[3] There is some speculation by researchers that this Theunis was actually the Thomas who later married Margriet Decker.


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