Synonyms: heritage, inheritance, legacy, tradition These nouns denote something immaterial, such as a practice or custom, that is passed from one generation to another: a heritage of volunteerism; a rich inheritance of storytelling; a legacy of philosophical thought; the family tradition of going for a walk on Thanksgiving.
of Waldo County might finally be decided in favor of the Pyncheons; so that, instead of keeping a cent-shop, Hepzibah would build a palace, and look down from its highest tower on hill, dale, forest, field, and town, as her own share of the ancestral territory., and now every whippersnapper of a Parisian may possess manners, methods of expression, and even thoughts that are above reproach in form, while all the time he himself may share in that form neither in initiative nor in intellect nor in soul--his manners, and the rest, having come to him through inheritance.
He had children including Cornelis.(IV) Cornelis (2), eldest son of Gysbert Van den Bergh, was of the manor of Rensselaerwyck. He married (first) Cornelia Wyantse Van der Poel; (second) Maria Van Buren, widow of Lunwiese Van Dusen, November 21, 1702.
Children, baptized and all mentioned in father's will: Maritse, March 8, 1685, married Cornelis Van Alstyn; Cornelia, October 2, 1687, married Marten Van Alstyn; Geertje, December 20, 1691; Matthys, June 24, 1694; Wyant, see forward; Gysbert; Gerritt, September 19, 1703; Tryntje, married Pieter Wadron.
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Its nice to find more information about Harry Tate's Navy, and its a fine tribute to all who served in the Trawlers including my grandad who served on Northern Rover and was torpedoed by U-Boat 59 at 2335 on the 30th Oct 1939 with all hands lost.
He had a son, Cornelis.(II) Cornelis, son of Claas Cornelse Van den Bergh, had a son Gysbert.(III) Gysbert, son of Cornelis Van den Bergh, bought a house and barn in 1662 "Lying this side of Bethlehem," Albany county, New York.
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(V) Wyant, son of Cornelis (2) and Cornelia Wyantse (Van der Poel) Van den Bergh, was baptized June 24, 1694. He married (first) November 21, 1715, Aaltje Van Nes; (second) Anna Wendell, March 20, 1721; (third) Catherine Van Nes (widow Grosbeck), August 25, 1750. Children baptized: Cornelis, July 20, 1718, died young; Cornelia, March 21, 1722, died young; Abraham, August 25, 1723; Cornelia (2), June 6, 1725; Cornelis, May 13, 1727; Maycke, July 27, 1729; Aaltje, November 13, 1731; Anna, November, 1732; Wyant W., (see forward); Evert (?
); Gysbert, July 15, 1744; Catharina, twin of Gysbert; Catalina, May 5, 1751.