Notes for Myndert Janse Wemple: From the work of William Barent Wemple:
He was killed in the massacre of Schenectady, February 9, 1690. He moved to Schenectady about 1669; was one of the five first trustees of the Schenectady Patent, granted November 1, 1684, which embraced 16 miles along the river, and 4 miles inland on both sides; appointed Justice of the Peace, 1689; was Elder of the Dutch Reformed Church.
From a paper titled THE WEMPLE FAMILY by William C. Wemple sent to me by Michael Lee Wemple of Bay City, MI
Myndert Wemple was one of the first five trustees to receive the Royal Grant of land for the town of Schenectady. He was then a young man of 25 years of age and the fact of being chosen for so a responsible position would speak well of the training in his early life, by his parents Jan Barentssen Wemp and his wife Maritie
More About Myndert Janse Wemple and Diewertje Wendle: Marriage: Bef. 1675, Probably Albany, NY.
Children of Myndert Janse Wemple and Diewertje Wendle are: