Catrintje
Roelofse
ID
660,027
Gender
Female
Birth Date
1629
Death Date
1684
Notes:

Widow of Lucas Rodenburgh, Vice-Dir of Curacao from Aug 1644-Jun1656.   Arrived at New Amsterdam in ship Vergulen Otter Sept 5, 1656 with her husband and one child, d. Elizabeth.  Lucas Rodenburgh died before April 1657.     She bought the lot Q15 from Govert Loockermans, 11-28-1657 and married Johannes Van Brugh in March 1658.  Stokes Taxlot Q15

m1 - 1,660,149 - Lucas (Luca) Rodenburgh

m2 - 256 - Van Brugh [Verbrugge], Johannes Pietersz (1624-1699), husband of JACOB LEISLER’s wife’s cousin, merchant; born about 1624, Haarlem, Holland, son of Pieter Verbrugge, linendraper, and Helena Pottai; arrived in New Netherland as a representative of his uncle’s firm, Gillis Verbrugge & Co.; subscribed 200 florins toward defense of New Amsterdam, 1653; New Amsterdam Great Burgher, Apr. 18, 1657; married Catrintje Roelofse [q.v.], Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, Apr. 24, 1658; New Amsterdam schepen, 1656, 1659, 1661; presiding schepen, 1662; orphan master, 1658, 1659, 1663, 1670, 1671; burgomaster, 1673, 1674; alderman 1666, 1670, 1679, 1686; assistant, 1685; captain of the Burgher Guard, 1669; of the militia in 1672 and 1673; executor of JACOB LEISLER’s mother in law, Maritje Jans [q.v.], will, 1677; Dutch Reformed Church elder, 1681; member of the New York City Common Council 1683, 1685.  - David Voorhees, Jacob Leisler Papers

Daughter of Roeloff Jansen (1602-1636) and Anneke Jans (later Bogardus) (1605-1663)