Here are shortcuts to several generations of ancestors.
For various reasons, I have not included any generations more recent than my grandparents on this site.
Some branches go much deeper on this site than the tree suggests. The DeWitt links go back another five generations to Tjerck Claessen DeWitt, who immigrated from Europe in the mid-1600s. (For more information on Tjerck Claessen DeWitt, have a look at a trip I took to Ostfriesland to try to find out where he was from.) The Bogarts go all the way back to Teunis Ghysbertsen Bogaert, who also arrived in the 1600s; he married the first white woman born in New Amsterdam (he was her second husband). The Holden links go back to England; a few other branches also extend to the end of the American ancestors.
I'm working on a way to include the rest of the family tree on this index page, so you can jump directly to whatever you want to see. You'll find an extended table of DeWitts below.
If you have any information you'd like me to add to this site, please let me know. I'm particularly curious about where Tjerck Claessen DeWitt came from in Europe and where Gabriel Bradley came from in Kentucky.
If you see anything you'd like to correct, or have me omit, please let me know.
If you're curious about something that's not here, do drop me a line. There's plenty of information I haven't been able to post yet. I have a lot of material on paper that I haven't been able to post yet. Much more research has been finished on many of these families (particularly the New Amsterdam Dutch).
You can use the links at the bottom of this page (and every other page in the genealogy section) to reach me.
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From Ten Eyck and Ann, we drop into the main chart at the top of the page.