9. Evert KNICKERBOCKER was baptized on 3 Sep 1699 in Albany, Albany, NY.(1) Sponsors Evart Ridder and Antje Ridders In 1723 he resided in Dutchess County and was taxed seven pounds and seven Pence (Smith's History of Rhinebeck, NY, p. 46). In 1755 Capt Evert Knickerbacker of the Precinct of Rhinebeck owned a slave named Maria (above authority, p. 50).
He was married to Geertruy VOSBURGH
on 23 May 1725 in Albany, Albany, NY.(1)
Evert KNICKERBOCKER and Geertruy VOSBURGH had the following
+45 i. Elisabeth KNICKERBOCKER.
46 ii. Dorothe KNICKERBOCKER was baptized on 29 Jun 1726 in Kinderhook, Dutchess, NY.(1) Sponsors Martin Hofman and Catrina Vosburgh. Married (1) 9 Nov, 1750, at Germantown, N. Y., her cousin Peter Martense Vosburgh, son of Marten Vosburgh and Eytje Van Buren. In the marriage record she is called "Carlotta," but this is evidently meant for Dorothea. On 21 Oct., 1757, "Peter Martense Vosburgh and wife Dorothea Knickerbacker" joined the church at Linlithgo. She m. (2) before 1775 Dirck Wesselse Ten Brock, bap. 1 May, 1715, at Albany; d. on his bowery and was interred in the family cemetery, eldest son of Samuel Ten Broek and Maria Van Rensselaer. Dirck Wesselse Ten Broek m. (I) 28 June, 1743, at Kinderhook, Catharina, dau. of Leendert Conyn and Emmetje Jannetje Van Alen, and she was mother of his children. Dorothea Knickerbocker appears to have had no children by either of her husbands. "Dirck Ten Broek and Dorothea Knikkebakker, his wife," stand as Sponsors for Dirck, son of Andreas Gardener and Barbel Schmit, bap. 25 Dec., 1774, at Germantown. Ten Broek several times represented the manor of Livingston in the Provincial Assembly. The Assembly of New York, under the Constitutlon, was composed of twenty-four members. They met at Kingston, 9 Sept., 1777, and the following month were dispersed by the British troops. He was a member of this session, as also of the second, which was held at Poughkeepsie the year following. He continued to be a representative until 1783 (History of Albany and Schnectady Counties, N. Y., Howell & Penny, p. 353). The bowery of his grandfather, Dirck Wesselse Ten Broeck, with its tract of twelve hundred acres on the Roelof Jansen Kil, became his property, partly by inheritance from his father, and partly by purchase from the heirs of his uncle Tobias Ten Broek (Ten Broek Genealogy, p. 65).
+47 iii. Cornelia KNICKERBOCKER.
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