Marriage: 1,660,189 - 660,030 vander Veen - Thymens


Van der Veen, Pieter Cornelissen (16xx-1661), first husband of JACOB LEISLER’s wife, ships carpenter; born Amsterdam, son of Cornelis Albertsen van der Veen [q.v.]; married Elsie Thymens [q.v.], Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, Jan. 1, 1652; selected and confirmed overseer of orphans, Oct. 19, 1655; admitted to the rights of a small burgher, Apr. 11, 1657; appointed guardian with Oloff Stephenszen van Cortlandt [q.v.] of children of Jan Cornelissen from Rotterdam, July 2, 1657; schepen, 1656, 1657, and 1658; made great burgher, Jan. 28, 1658; churchwarden, Feb. 1658; appointed commissioner to treat with the Esopus Indians, 1658; partner in company with Cornelius de Potter to build the New Love; died intestate, New Amsterdam, Sept. 1661, leaving large amount of debts.     David Voorhees, Jacob Leisler Papers