10. Pieter KNICKERBOCKER
was baptized on 19 Apr 1702 in Albany, Albany, NY.
(1) Sponsors Wouter and Antje Quackkenbosch Peter Knickabaker, laborer,
was made a freeman in New York City 15 May, 1740 (Burgher and Freeman of New
York, New York Historical Society Collections, 1885, p. 142).
On 12 April, 1774, the Common Council of the City of New York ordered that "Peter Knickerbacker late a Cartman in this City who is old and Infirm and unable to follow the Business of carting be appointed to the Office of an Inspector of Cord Wood for the Coenties Slip, in the Room and Stead of Cornelius Van Horne, and he the said Peter Knickerbacker is hereby Appointed to the said Office Accordingly, and that before he enter upon the Duties of said Office, he first take an Oath for the Due Execution of the same."(Minutes of the Common Council of the City of New York, vol. 8, p. 24 )
Pieter Knickerbacker and wife, Neeltie Freer, joined the church at Red Hook, N. Y., 30 Sept.,1775, with letters.
He was married to Neeltjen FREER in 1725.(1)
Bans registered 16 May, 1725, at Kingston, NY. Pieter
KNICKERBOCKER and Neeltjen FREER had the following children:
48 i. Elisabeth KNICKERBOCKER was baptized on 29 May 1726 in Kingston, NY. (1) Sponsors Gysberta and Jannetjen Knickerbocker. Died young.
+49 ii. Abraham KNICKERBOCKER.
+50 iii. Harmen Jansz KNICKERBOCKER.
51 iv. Elisabeth KNICKERBOCKER was baptized on 7 Jan 1739 in Kingston, NY. (1) Sponsors Jacob Vosburg, Jr. and Dorothy Vosburg. Van Alstyne states that she probably m. 5 Nov., 1757, at New York City (license dated 2 Nov.), William Pasman.
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