Theunis Thomaszen Quick and Belitje Jacobs

    Theunis Thomaszen Quick was a mason from Naarden, North Holland, Netherlands who settled in New Amsterdam, New Netherland. Thomas married Belitje Jacobs [1] 9 Mar 1625 in Naarden, North Holland, Netherlands [2]. Theunis was known by his patronym (Thomaszen), his occupation (Metselaer, meaning mason), and the surname Quick. In 1665, he was living the Beaver's Graft in New Amsterdam.

Theunis and Belitje had:

1. Weyntje Theunis[3], born in Naarden, North Holland, Netherlands, baptized 23 Jul 1628 in Naarden, North Holland, Netherlands [4], married Herck Siboutszen 16 Nov 1642 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland.
2. Jacob Theuniszen Quick[5], born in Naarden, North Holland, Netherlands, married Neeltje Cornelis 24 Mar 1655 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland.
3. Hillegond Toenis, born in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, baptized 25 Nov 1640 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Jacob Toeniszen de Key [6] 29 Mar 1658 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland.
4. Maritje Theunis, born in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, baptized 23 Mar 1642 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Sebastien Claes Van Sevenhuysen 20 Sep 1659.
5. Thomas Teunissen Quick, baptized 24 Apr 1644 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Rymerick (Rynberg) Jurriaens Westphale (marriage banns registered 6 Dec 1672 in Kingston, Ulster, New York).
6. Geertje Theunis, born in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, baptized 12 Nov 1645 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Carsten Luyrissen 1 Dec 1668 in New Amsterdam, New Newtherland.
7. Dirck Theuniszen Quick, baptized 26 Jul 1648 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland, married Hanna Jans Hodje.

About the Quick Surname

    I have seen no primary documentation that plainly shows that Theunis the mason and Theunis Thomassen Quick were one and the same. I have seen records that show that Belitje was the wife of Theunis Thomas, Theunis Thomassen Metselaer (mason), and Theunis de Metselaer but no records where she is named as the wife of Theunis Thomassen Quick. Five of the children were baptized in New Amsterdam but none under the Quick name. However, there is an interconnectedness between Theunis, Belitje, and the seven children I have listed.
    First of all, the baptismal witnesses show these connections: Witnesses at the baptisms of Weyntje and Herck's children include Theunis de Metselaer (10 Nov 1647, Maryken), Jacob Teuniszen and Beelitje Jacobs (4 Feb 1652, Beellitjen), Belitje Jacobs (4 Jul 1655, Teunis), Jacob Theuniszen and Belitje Jacobs (28 Nov 1657, Jan), Jacob Theuniszen de Key (Sep 1659, Jacobus), Hillegond Theunis (19 Apr 1662, Annetie), Jacob Theuniszen Cray and Geertie Theunis (3 Aug 1664, Jannetie), Geertie Theunis (22 Mar 1670, Pieter), and Karsten Luurzen (27 Mar 1675, Weyntie). Witnesses at Hillegond and Jacob's children's baptisms include Theunis Theuniszen Quick (4 Apr 1659, Theunis), Belitje Jacobs (28 Jan 1662, Johannes), Wyntie Theunis (28 Nov 1665, Janneken), Geertie Theunis (18 Jul 1668, Johannes), Charsten Luurszen (6 Jul 1670, Agnietie), Wyntie Theunis (27 Nov 1672, child not named), Karsten Leursen (27 Jan 1675, Maria), Geertie Theunis (4 Apr 1677, Samuel), Karsten Luurzen (25 Aug 1680, Rachel), Gerritie Theunis (20 Dec 1682, Samuel), and Geertie Theunis (26 Sept 1686, Rachel). The witness at the baptism of Maritje and Sebastien's daughter Belitje was Belitje Jacobs (13 Jun 1660). Thomas and Reymerick's children's baptismal witnesses include Carsten Luerse and Geertje Quick (Kingston baptismal #860, 25 Aug 1695, Geertje). Witnesses at the baptisms of Geertje and Carsten's children include Jacob de Key and Hillegond Theunis (25 May 1670, Marritie), Jacob Theuniszen de Key and Hillegond Theunis (9 Dec 1678, Aeltie), and Jacob Theuniszen de Key and Hillegond Theunis (19 Apr 1681, Johannes). Witnesses to baptisms of the children of Dirck and Hanna include Belitje Jacobs Van Vleckensteyn (7 Jun 1673, Theunis, note that father's name was) and Gerritje Jacobs and Belitje Quicks (13 Sep 1680, Elisabeth Marritie). The records that show Belitje Jacobs and Theunis de Metselaer are especially interesting because they show a relationship between Theunis and Belitje and the parents of the children baptized. Even more interesting is the record that shows Belitje Jacobs Van Vleckensteyn as the witness, since the father, Dirck, used the Quick name in this record.
    Second, the court records of New Amsterdam show that on 14 Nov 1662, Tomas Teunisen Quick sued Symon Clazen. The very next case in the minutes was that of Weintje Teunis, who also sued Symon Clazen. Later that year, on 28 Nov, Tomas Teunissen again sued Symon Clazen. Tomas' witness was "Oventje, the pltfs. sister". (Oventje is believed to be a mistranscription and that the record should read "Wentje".)
    Finally, Dirck's son, Thomas, is recorded as being indentured "with the consent of ...Helegant de Key, his aunt" on 2 Nov 1702 (New York Historical Society Collection, 1885, p.602.)
    Besides the clues above, further clues can be gained from looking at names: All seven of the children used the patronym Theunis, Teunissen, etc., meaning that their father's name was Theunis. Three of Theunis and Belitje's daughters had daughters named Belitje: On 4 Feb 1652, Herck Sybenszen had second eldest daughter, Beellitjen, baptized, on 13 Jun 1660, Sebastiaen V. Sevenhuysen and Marritie Theunis had their only recorded child, Belitje, baptized and on 20 Dec 1684, Charsten Luursen and Geertie Quick had their fourth eldest daughter, Belitje, baptized. This further proves that Belitje was the mother of this family. Dirck and Thomas are recorded as using the name Quick. The index to the New Amsterdam court records shows that Jacob also used the name Quick. Non of the daughters were recorded using the Quick name.
    Because of the connections and clues above, the Quick family can be reconstructed with Theunis (the mason) and Belitje Jacobs as parents and Weyntje, Jacob, Hillegond, Maritje, Thomas, Geertje, and Dirck as children.

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. Versteeg, Dingman (trans.), New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Kingston Papers, 2 vols., original translation 1899, Samuel Oppenheim's pub. 1912, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976.
3. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York: Church Members' List.
4. Fernow, Berthold (ed.), Records of New Amsterdam from 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini, Vol. I, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976.
5. Miller, Phyllis J. (PhyllisM19@aol.com), Re: Cray & Cronkhite & Quick, posted on the Dutch Colonies mailing list (http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/Dutch-Colonies/), 2 Jun 1998, citing the research of William J. Hoffman in the Naarden, Netherlands records (Marriage Register{Inv.418a} and Baptismal Register {Inv. 418a}).
6. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York: Marriages.



Marriage Record of Teunis Thomas and Belitje Jacobs



Baptismal Record of Weyntjen Theunis


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at New Amsterdam.

Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
1640 Theunis Thomas Hillegond Hendricks Janszen, Smidt;
25 Nov Belitje Jacobs Olof Stephensz. van Courlt.,
Pieterie Jans
1642 Theunis Thomasz. Metselaer Maritje Sibrant Claeszen,
23 Mar Marritje Philips
1644 Teunis Thomaszen Metselaer Thomas Albert Janszen,
24 Apr Belitje Jacobs Sybrant Claeszen,
Claes Beydegar,
en Sara Pieters
1645 Theunis Thomas-mason Geertje Annetje Gerrits
12 Nov and her husband Hendricks Janszen- smith
1648 Theunis de Metselaer Dirck Hendrick Janszen Van Naerden
26 Jul

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.


Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam/New York Marriages

16 Nov. Henricus Sibelszen, j.m. Van Langendyck, en Marritje Theunis, j.d. Van Naerden
(16 Nov (1642) Henricus Sibelszen, unmarried man, of Langendyck, en Marritje [7] Theunis, unmarried woman of Naerden.)

24 Mart. Jacob Theuniszen Van Naerden, en Neeltje Cornelis Van Amsterdam.
(24 Mar (1655) Jacob Theuniszen of Naerden, and Neeltje Cornelis of Amsterdam.)

Eodem. Jacob Toeniszen Van Tuyl in Gelderlt., en Hilletje Toenis, Van N. Amsterdam.
(Same (29 Mar 1658). Jacob Toeniszen of Tuyl in Gelderland, and Hilltje Toenis, of New Amsterdam.)

20 dicto. Sebastiaen Claes Van Sevenhuysen, en Marritie Theunis, Van Amsterd. in N. Nederlt.
(20th day of same (Sep 1659). Sebastiaen Claes Van Sevenhuysen, and Marritje Theunis of (New) Amsterdam in New Netherland.)

1 Decemb. Carsten Luyrissen, Wedr. Van de Nos, en Geertje Teunis, j. d. Van N. Jorck.
(1 Dec (1668). Carsten Luyrissen, widower of de Nos, and Geertje Teunis, unmarried woman of New York.)

Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York: Marriages.


Vol. I, Page 489, 7 Dec 1672
Same date, Thoomas Teunesen Quick, born at New York and Rynbregh Jurriaensen, born at Kingston (had banns registered).

Source: Versteeg, Dingman (trans.), New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch, Kingston Papers, 2 vols., original translation 1899, Samuel Oppenheim's pub. 1912, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1976. (Italics added by MB.)


"The Book of Members or Register of the Members here since the year 1649...
Belitje Jacobs, h.v. Theunis de Metselaer"

Source: Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in the City of New York: Church Members' List.


From the Court Minutes of New Amsterdam.

Volume I, Page 188, 27 Apr 1654
Teunis Tomasen, pltf. v/s Michiel Paulisen, deft. Pltf's wife appeared, and demands payment of a balance fl. 13 due her for a chimney, built by her husband. Deft. acknowledges the debt, whenever the work shall have been well and sufficiently done; and as said chimney now smokes badly and he engaged to make it good or no pay, deft. contends that he is under no obligation to pay. The Court decides, that Teunis Tomasen, who has done the work, must himself appear in person.

Volume I, Page 206, 8 Jun 1654
Matys Capito, pltf. v/s Roelof Cornelisen, deft., prosecutes and attachment served on Jan Gerritsen for the sum of fl. 8:16, which is due him. Deft. denies the debt, and claims from pltf. 25 gl. for labor, saying, that he is willing to offset the fl. 8:16, in case pltf. will affirm his claim under oath, and offers that the work done shall be examined by two impartial men, being satisfied with their verdict. Pltf. denies the debt for the work, since it is not finished and that he himself has labored in place of hodman, and offers to prove, or to make oath, that the sum of fl. 8:16 is due him. Parties having been heard, Burgomasters and Schepens appoint Teunis Tomassen and Pieter Jillisen, both masons, to inspect the work and to examine the difference of parties, and, if possible, to bring them to a settlement, or otherwise to deliver their report in writing to the Board.

Volume I, Pages 206-207, 8 Jun 1654
Teunis Tomasen, mason, pltf. v/s Michael Paulisen, deft., demands payment of fl. 13 for building a chimney according to contract. Deft. states, that the chimney smoked and that the contract was not fulfilled; that he was obliged to have it pulled down by other masonsand rebuilt, for which he had to pay 2 beavers, and contends therefore that he is not indebted. Parties having been heard on both sides, it was decided by the Court, that as deft. at his own pleasure had the chimney taken down and rebuilt, pltf. cannot be prejudiced thereby; he is therefore condemned to pay pltf. his demand, unless he prove on the contrary, that the work had not been done according to agreement.

Volume I, Page 253, 19 Oct 1654
Paulus Leendertsen vandie Grift pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen, mason deft. Deft. in default. Pltf. lays claim for all damages and wrong.

Volume I, Page 269, 30 Nov 1654
Pieter Caspersen, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen Quick, deft. Deft. in default.

Volume II, Page 196, 23 Oct 1656
Jacob Crap, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen, Mason, deft. as husband and guardian of Gertruyt Jacobsen, late widow of Roelof de Haes, demands payment of fl. 125. 11. according to the books of aforesaid R. d'Haes. Deft's wife appears in Court, requesting copy of the demand and a/c to answer thereunto, which the Court grants her.

Volume II, Page 331, 18 Feb 1658
On the 18th Feby 1658, Teunis Tomasen Quick appears at the office of the Secretary of Burgomasters and Schepens of this City of Amsterdam in N: Netherland, and declares, that he appeals to the Honble Director General and Council of N. Netherland from the judgment pronounced by the Court here on the 11th Instant between him or his Wife and Frerick Arensen.

Volume II, Page 428, 27 Aug 1658
Teunis Tomassen Quick, pltf. v/s Frerick Aarsen, deft. Pltf's wife appears in Court, demanding from the deft. payment of the sum of 100 gl. in beavers and forty nine guilders on zeawant, the last instalment for a lot sold him deft. and in addition three @ 4 chairs exhibiting in Court the contract of the trade. Deft. admits the debt, and says the seawant is ready, which the pltf. can get and that his wife had gone to Fort Orange with a parcel of chairs to procure beavers for them, but could not get any. Whereas the time, according to contract, has not expired, the Court decrees that the pltf. has as yet no claim.

Volume III, Page 3, 3 Sep 1658
Teunis Tomassen Quick, pltf. v/s Frerick Aarensen, deft. As the wives of the parties appear in Court, their case in question is not heard.

Volume III, Page 6, 10 Sep 1658
Teunis Tomazen, pltf. v/s Frerick Aarsen, deft. Parties are not heard as the pltf.'s wife appears.

Volume III, Page 75, 11 Nov 1659
Teunis Tomassen, pltf. v/s Barent Gerritsen, deft. Pltf's wife appears in Court, as he is sick, demanding from deft. fl. 28. 15. according to verbal agreement for and because her son has worked with defendant. Deft. admits having taken the boy @ fl. 11 per month, and pocket money every week, but says the boy is still bound to him for another half year; also he has not done, what he was bound to do, for which he was to receive spending money; therefore he does not owe the spending money. Pltf. replies and says, that her husband will have the money for the boy, every week and that he, the deft. said, he will not see the boy at the table. Deft. rejoins and says, that he stated, if the pltf. will have his money every week for the boy, he does not require the boy. Requests, that the boy serve out his time, promising to pay him. The Court order the pltf. to let her boy serve out his time according to agreement, on condition that he be paid according to agreement.

Volume IV, Page 109, 8 Aug 1662
Seletie Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Deft. in default.

Volume IV, Page 115, 15 Aug 1662
Seletie Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Deft.'s 2nd default. Pltf. demands from deft. thirty nine guilders. The W: Court condemns the deft. to deposit the monies with the Secretary of this City.

Volume IV, Page 119, 22 Aug 1662
Seletje Arens, ptlf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Deft.'s 3rd default. Pltf. demands from deft. thirty nine guilders. Whereas deft. has not appeared on three summons the W: Court order him to satisfy and pay the pltf.

Volume IV, Page 298, 11 Sep 1663
Seletje Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Pltf. demands from deft. by balnce still ninety two guilders eight pennies according to a/c. Deft. denies owing so much, saying, if he rendered her a fair a/c, she should be in his debt. The W Court refer the matter in question to Hendrick Jansen van der Vin, old Schepen of this City, and Hans Steyn, to take up parties a/cs; to hear them and examine their a/cs and reconcile parties if possible; if not to render a report of their action to the Court.

Volume IV, Page 304, 18 Sep 1663 [8]
Seletje Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick deft. Pltf. produces the award of arbitrators appointed by the Court of this City on the last Court day, and with it her book, demanding again from the deft. payment of fl. 92:8 according to a/c. Deft. denies it to be his mark, which the pltf. says, he made in her book; saying that the pltf. would owe him money if she gave him a fair a/c. Pltf. says, her son signed with the deft. The W. Court postponed the case to the next Court day, when pltfs. son must also appear.

Volume IV, Page 311, 2 Oct 1663
Seletje Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Whereas pltf. brought no minute of what was done, nothing was transacted in the case and she was ordered to take out an Acte.

Volume IV, Page 313, 9 Oct 1663
Andries Joghemsen, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen Quick, deft. (Pltf. in default.)

Volume IV, Page 315, 16 Oct 1663
Andries Joghemzen, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen Quick, deft. Plts. wife with Joghim Andriessen, her son, appearing Joghim is asked, whether everything that Teunis Tomassen owes his mother, is included in the ninety guilders which she brings in a/c against the deft. and whether deft. himself signed the mark, which stands in his mother's book: Whereunto he answers No: says that Teunis Tomassen himself signed in his presence the mark in his mothers book offering to affirm the same on oath if necessary and being requested. Deft. demands in writing, that he may be allowed copy in writing of what the deft. puts forth and produces. Burgomasters and Schepens allow the deft. copy to answer thereunto on the next Court day.

Volume IV, Page 325, 23 Oct 1663
Teunis Tomasen Quick answers the demands of Seletje Arens. The W. Court order copy to be furnished to party, and order parties on both sides personally to appear on the next Court day, bringing with them their pieces documents and intendits.

Volume IV, Pages 328-329, 30 Oct 1663
Seletje Arens, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. Pursuant to the order of this Wi. Court dated 23d. instant parties produce on both sides their papers, documents and intendit in the suit, which they have pending against each other.Burgomasters and Schepens having examined the papers and heard parties ask them, if they will submit their difference to the Court not in their quality as Judges, but as Moderators? Answer, Yes. Burgomasters and Schepens having therefore further heard parties and considered the matter, give their decision in quality as Moderators, that Teunis Tomasen Quick shall pay Seletje Arens for drink received the sum of sixty guilders and that parties on both sides shall each pay their own costs.

Volume IV, Page 330, 6 Nov 1663
Schout Pieter Tonneman, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomazen Quick, deft. (Deft. in default.)

Volume IV, Pages 332-333, 13 Nov 1663
Schout Pieter Tonneman, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen Quick, deft. Deft. in default. Pltf. demands from deft. thirteen guilders demanding deposit of the money. The W. Court order deft. to bring the monies within consignment of this City.

Volume IV, Page 339, 4 Dec 1663
Seletje Arens demands execution of the judgment, which she obtained against Teunis Tomassen, dated 30th Octobr last. The Marshal is ordered to execute these.

Volume IV, Page 343, 18 Dec 1663
Schout Pieter Tonneman, pltf. v/s Maria de Trux, deft. Pltf. concludes that the deft. shall be condemned in a penalty of eighteen guilders heavy money, or thirty six guilders light money, for that he, the pltf., and Resolueert Waldron found last Sunday at defts. house one Lambert Barensen and that Teunis Tomassen Quick lay asleep by the fire drunk; also that Maatseuw's mate was met coming quite drunk from defts. house; concluding further for a fine of fifty guilders because she, deft., does not have her chimney fixed, whereby great fire and danger may occur; all this with costs. Deft. denies having tapped for any one else, than Lambert Barensen and his wife and only three pints and that such occurred after the second preaching; saying further, that Teunis Tomassen Quick came to her house when drunk and lay down there to sleep; and as regards the chimney she says, she has as much lime and stone ready as she could get. Burgomasters and Schepens condemn deft. in fine of eighteen guilders in zeawant for having tapped on Sunday and order her to have her chimney made up as soon as possible.

Volume V, Page 209, 31 Mar 1665
(Upon being asked to quarter soldiers):
...Teunis Tomazen Quick...excused themselves.

Volume IV, Page 313, 9 Oct 1663
Andries Joghemsen, pltf. v/s Teunis Tomassen Quick, deft. Pltf. in default.

Volume IV, Page 325, 23 Oct 1663
Teunis Tomasen Quick answers the demands of Seletje Arens. The W. Court order copy to be furnished to party, and order parties on both sides personally to appear on the next Court day, bringing with them their pieces documents and intendits.

Volume VI, Page 224, 15 Mar 1669/70
Dirck Claesen Pottebacker, plt., agst Teunis Tommisen, mason, deft. Plt demands payment of the sum of fl. 39. zeawant, being wages as hodman earned by defts. order. Defts. wife appearing says, that it must be paid by Abram Carmer as said Carmer agreed for the attendance of the masons in said work and through his neglect the plt. was employed. The W: Court having heard parties it was decreed, that the deft. must pay his hodman and therefore the deft. is ordered to pay the sd. sum of fl. 39 with costs.

Source: Court Minutes of New Amsterdam, from Fernow, Berthold (ed.), Records of New Amsterdam from 1653 to 1674 Anno Domini, Vol. I, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1976.


Footnotes

[1] Belitje Jacobs Van Vleckenstyn was a witness at the 1673 New Amsterdam baptism of Theunis, son of Dirck Theuniszen Quick and Hanna Jans (Belitje's grandson). I have seen no other records where she used such a name and I am unsure where Vleckenstyn was located.
[2] Phyllis J. Miller (PhyllisM19@aol.com) wrote in a post (Re: Cray & Cronkhite & Quick) on the Dutch Colonies mailing list 2 Jun 1998: "The author of the Quick Gen. had William J. Hoffman research the Naarden, Netherlands records and he came up with the marriage of Teunis Thomass and Belijtgen Jacobus, 9 Mar 1625 (Marriage Register{Inv.418a}) and just the one baptism-for Weyntgen in 1628 (Baptismal Register {Inv. 418a})."
[3] Weyntje Theunis and Herck Siboutszen's second recorded son was named Teunis (bap. 4 Jul 1655) and their second recorded daughter was named Beelitjen (bap. 4 Feb 1652). The following members of the Teunis Thomaszen family are mentioned as witnesses for the baptisms of Weyntje and Herck's children: Theunis de Metselaer/Theunis Teuniszen 2 times, Belitje Jacobs 3, Jacob Theuniszen 2, Hillegond Theunis 1, Geertie Theunis 2, Jacob Theuniszen de Key/Kray 3, and Karsten Luurzen 1. These clues suggest that Weyntje is the daughter of Teunis and Belitje. Herck was recorded in the baptism of his daughter, Maryken, as "Haricken Zibolts-ship carpenter".
[4] See footnote #1 above. In an earlier post on 31 May 1998, Phyllis J. Miller gave the specific date of the baptism.
[5] Jacob's patronym suggests that his father was named Theunis. In his marriage record, he is listed as coming from Naerden, another tie to the Quick family. In addition, Jacob was the witness twice for his sister Weyntje's children's baptisms. David E. Joyce records that Jacob and his wife had four children including a Theunis and a Belitje (though I have not seen the original source for these). Finally, it would have been customary for Belitje to have named one of her sons Jacob after her father. Fernow's Court Records of New Amsterdam list a Jacob Teunissen Quick in its index.
[6] Called "de Key" in a number of his children's baptismal records and called "van Thuyl" in one of these records.
[7] Believed to be a transcription error. All baptismal records for Herck's children that have a mother recorded list her as Weyntje Theunis. MB
[8] Note from margin: "Teunis Tomazen Quick living in the Beaver's Graft, 1665."


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