Teunis Quick and Claartje De Hooges

    Teunis Quick was baptized 12 Apr 1675 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, the son of Thomas Theunissen Quick and Rymerick Westfall. He had two younger brothers, Jurriaen and Johannes, and three younger sisters, Weyntie, Elletje, and Geertje. Teunis married Claartje de Hooges 24 Sep 1696 in Kingston, Ulster, New York. Claartje was baptized 27 Apr 1679 in Kingston, Ulster, New York. She was the daughter of Johannes de Hooges and Margarita Post. She had an older sister, Eva, three younger sisters, Antje, Cathrina, Marytje, and Johanna, and one younger brother, Antoni.

Teunis and Claartje had:

1. Rymerig Quick, baptized 4 Jul 1697 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Manuel Gonzales 25 Sep 1719 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
2. Margriet Quick, baptized 31 Mar 1700 in Kingston, Ulster, New York, married Ary Kuyken-Daal 7 Dec 1720 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
3. Thomas Quick, baptized 22 Sep 1705 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
4. Johannes Quick, baptized 27 Apr 1707 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
5. Jacobus Quick, baptized 11 Sep 1709 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
6. Thomas Quick, baptized 23 Dec 1711 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
7. Adriaan Quick, baptized 29 Aug 1714 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.
8. Benjamin Quick, baptized 5 Jun 1717 in Minisink, Sussex, New Jersey.

Sources:
1. 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).
2. Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records, 1716-1830, facsimile reprint by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1992.


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Kingston, Ulster, NY.


Page Number Baptism Number Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
9 128 1675 Toomas Teunesen Teunes Capt. Chambers.
18 April (Wife not named) Margariedt Chambers.
12 183 1679 Johannes de Hoges Claertie Roelof Swartwout.
27 April Margriet Post Warnaer Hoornbeeck.
Eva Alberts.
50 976 1697 Teunis Quick Rymerig Claes Westphale.
4 July Claartje de Hooges Eva de Hooges.
59 1166 1700 Teunis Quick Margriet Pieter van Etten.
31 March Claartje de Hooges Grietje de Hooges.
74 1513 1705 Teunis Quik Thomas Jan Decker.
22 Sept. Klaartje de Hoges Maria de Hoges.
80 1640 1707 Teunis Kwicq Johannes Hendrik Traphagen.
27 April Klaartie de Hoges Willem van Oostranden.
Mareytie de Hoges.
85 1758 1709 Teunis Kwik Jacobus Jacobus Swartwout.
11 Sept. Claartje de Hoges Annatje de Hoges.
107 2244 1714 Theunis Kwik Adriaan Johannes Kwik.
29 Aug. Klaartjen de Hooges Anderies Brat.
Weyntjen Roosa.

Kingston Marriage Register.

Page 512, Marriage # 121
1696
24 Sept.
TEUNIS QUICK, j. m., born in Kingstouwn, and resid. in Mombackes (Mombaccus), [1] and CLAARTJE DE HOOGES, j. d., born and resid. in Horle (Hurley). Banns published, but dates not given.

Page 536, Marriage Number 414
1719
25 Sept.
MANUEL CONSALIS-DUK, j. m., born and resid. in Mormel (Marbletown), and REYMERIG KWIK, j. d., born in Raysester (Rochester), and resid. in Menissing (Minisink). Banns registered, 6 Sept.

Page 539, Marriage Number 443
1720
7 Dec.
ARY KUYKEN-DAAL, j. m., born in Raysester (Rochester), and GRIETJEN KWIK, j. d., born in Raysester. Banns registered, 13 Nov.

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).


Records of Baptisms of the Reformed Church at Machackemeck (Deerpark).


Page Baptism Date Parents Child Witnesses
87 1717 Teunis Quick Benjamin Jacob Westfael,
5 June. Claertje de Hooges Margriet De Duyster

Source: Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records, 1716-1830, facsimile reprint by Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1992.


Footnotes

[1] Note from R. R. Hoes: "Mombaccus was the early name for the general tract of country now embraced, in whole or in part, in the town of Rochester, Ulster Co. This tract was not called Rochester until early in the last century (18th century), after which the name of Mombaccus was applied, as it now is, to a small locality in the same town." (Italics added by Michelle Boyd.)


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