Notes for Johannes Albertse Ryckman: Reference: Abstracts of Wills Vol III 1730-1744 GenealogyLibrary.com Page 153
In the name of God, Amen, January 10, 1732/3. I, JOHN RYCKMAN, of Turtle Bay, on the Island of Manhattan, brick maker, being very sick. I order that all my estate, real and personal, be sold by my executors. And after the payment of debts and funeral charges, I leave to my grand-son, Albert Ryckman (son of my son Albert, deceased), 5 shillings and no more, as being heir at law. I leave to my children, John, Tobias, and Mary, each oe5. Of the rest of my estate I leave to my wife Cornelia, 1/4, and the rest to my children, Jacobus, John, Tobias, Isaac, Abraham, Samuel, Maria and Cathalina, and to the children of my son Albert, deceased, Albert, Catharine, and Rebecca. I make my wife Cornelia, and my brothers, Samuel Kip and Abraham Van Vleck, executors.
Witnesses, John Voderhill, Nicholas Sopman, Thomas Tuder. Proved, April 10, 1734.
More About Johannes Albertse Ryckman: Religion 1: March 24, 1691/92, Member of Church of Jesus Christ of Albany. Religion 2: September 04, 1697, Joined Dutch Reformed Church in NY.
More About Johannes Albertse Ryckman and Catherine Kip: Marriage: July 11, 1697, Reformed Dutch Church, New York.
More About Johannes Albertse Ryckman and Cornelia Van Vleck: Marriage: June 17, 1717, Reformed Dutch Church, New York.
Children of Johannes Albertse Ryckman and Catherine Kip are: