Andries DeVos appears several times in the Ship Passenger Lists to New York andNew Jersey by Carl Boyd. page 42 : He's on the 1640 list of wages and other ss. in Rensselaerswyck and is called brother-in-law to Barent Pieterese Coeyma s. He was a Gerechts persoon, or magistrate, in 1648. page 51 : He had owned sawmill on the fifth creek. page 58 : Barent Pietersz Koijemans (Coeymans) came by " den Harinck". After 1645 he is sometimes called Barent de Molenaer, th miller. Jan 19, 1651 he is called "swaeger" or brother-in-law to Andries De Vos. page 63 : Jochem Kellelheym came by "den Houttuyn" and served from 1642 under Andries De Vos. page 74 : Huybert is called servant of Andries de Vos; was wounded in the brewery in 1649. Per First Settlers of Albany, by Peersen, page 42 : Cornelius DeVos (Vos, Vosje) is also called Van Schoenderwoert. He married Dirckie Pieterse Coeymans, sister of Barent Pieterese Coeymans. Soon after his wife died, he returned to Holland. Andries occupied a farm from 1642 and in October 1648 is referred to as a member of the court. across the Vossen kill. H owned and sold divers other lots as late as 1675. It is stated he was a carpenter by trade. Andries was in Beverwyck as early as 1641. He owned land north o Steuben and west of Pearl Street. He came with his family from Amsterdam, Holland May 17, 1641 arriving in New Amsterdam in Aug 1641. They also resided at Ranssaelwyck.
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