Frederickse, Rebecca Lubbertsen

Birth Name Frederickse, Rebecca Lubbertsen [1a]
Gender female


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Christening 1628-08-15 Amsterdam, NEDERLANDS  
Immigration before 1638 New Utrecht, Long Island, (aka. Brooklyn, New York)  
Death 1711 Bensalem, Bucks County, Pennsylvania  


Father Lubbertsen, Frederick
Mother Hendrickse, Styntje


Married Husband Van Der Grift, Jacob Leendertsz
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 1648-07-19    
  1. Vandergrift, Nicholas Jacobse

Source References

  1. Mom, Dad, and Their Ancestry
      • Date: 2012-12-12
      • Page: 20
      • Confidence: High
      • Source text:

        Rebecca Lubbertsten Frederickse Van Der Grift, the daughter of Frederick
        Lubberstsen (b. 1603) and Styntje Hendrickse, was christened on August 15, 1628 in
        Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands,. Her dad was one of the leaders of the Dutch community.
        He emigrated from Holland sometime before 1638 and became a large landowner in New
        Utrecht, Long Island. On May 27, 1640, he was the second person to be granted a patent of land in the area. Rebecca married Jacob Leendertz on July 19, 1648 and had eight children, of
        which a son named Nicholas was born on May 5, 1658. In 1696, a migration of Dutch people of Long Island began to move southward into and through New Jersey. In this migration, Rebecca
        with her eight children and their spouses moved in 1697 to live on four farms they purchased in
        Bensalem. She died in 1711 in Bensalem Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.


  1. Lubbertsen, Frederick
    1. Hendrickse, Styntje
      1. Frederickse, Rebecca Lubbertsen
        1. Van Der Grift, Jacob Leendertsz
          1. Vandergrift, Nicholas Jacobse