Nyssen Ancestry

Source: https://www.geni.com/people/Jannetje-Theunis-Nyssen/6000000003122442015?through=6000000005909432965 and pages thereof.

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Note: RESEARCH needs to be verified. Some material on Geni is not accurate and it must be used judiciously.


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                                                                            John Sole/Soales
b. circa 1544, Stratford, Suffolk, England
d. 1570, Stratford, England, United Kingdom
        Thomas Bell
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      Nysen Denyse
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                            John Sayles (Sales)
b. 1565 St Peters,Sudbury,Suffolk,England
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m. Mary Pearl (Pearle)
b. 1570, England
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          James (Jamys) Soales (Sole)
b. 1 January 1570 in St. Mary's P., Stratford, Suffolk, England
d. not prior to ca. 1597
m. September 14, 1595 Ellyn Bell
b. circa 1580, Sudbury, Suffolk, England
d. 1601, Suffolk, England
   
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      Nys Nyssen Denyse (De Nyce)
b. circa 1580, Binnick, Utrecht, Netherlands
d. 1618, Kings, New Amsterdam, (New Netherlands/New York)
m. Helen
Van Brunt

b. circa 1580, New York, USA
d. in the Netherlands
  JOHN SAYLES, the progenitor of a noteworthy Rhode Island family, was born in Manchester, England, in 15--, and came to this country in 1635, in his own vessel, with his wife, two sons and several daughters. They first settled at Portsmouth, R. I. [Thayer and Burton Ancestry, p. 97]. Also called Jan Celes per early Dutch records. John Sales was born circa 1585 in Devon, England. He was the son of John Sayles and Mary. He married Phillipe Soales, daughter of Jamys Sole and Ellyn Bell, on 11 August 1625 in Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England. He immigrated to Salem, Massachusetts, arriving circa July 1630; He arrived with the Winthrop Fleet of 1630, sailing with his wife, and daughter Phoebe. Of Lavenham, Suffolk, settling in Charlestown. He was admitted as an inhabitant of Charlestown after July 1630 in Massachusetts. He lived between 1630 and 1638 in Charlestown, Massachusettes. He was admitted to Boston church as member #21 in 1630 in Fall, Boston, Massachusetts. In 1632 there "happened in this town [Charlestown] the first known thief that was notoriously observed in the country, his name was John Sales who having stolen corn from many people in this scarce time was convicted thereof before the Court, & openly punished, & all he had by law condemned & sold to make restitution." He relocated to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1633. He was convicted of "feloniously taking away corn & fish from diverse persons the last year & this, as also clapboards, &c., is censured by the Court after this manner: That all his estate shall be forfeited, out of which double restitution shall be made to those whom he hath wronged, shall be whipped, & bound as servant with any that will retain him for 3 years, & after to be disposed of by the Court as they shall think meet. John Sayle is bound with Mr. Coxeshall for 3 years, for which he is to give him œ4 per annum; his daughter is also bound with him for 14 years. Mr. Coxeshall is to have a sow with her, & at the end of her time he is to give unto her a cow calf" on 1 April 1633 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was not appearing on the list in Charlestown on 9 January 1633/34. He was "severely whipped," by court order, "for running from his master, Mr. Coxeall" on 4 March 1633/34 in Massachusetts. It was "referred to Mr. Treasurer [William Coddington] & Mr. Pynchon to examine & prepare the business betwixt Mr. Coxeall, Sayles his daughter, & John Levens." He relocated to New Amsterdam, New Netherlands, in 1638. He married Maria Roberts on 21 August 1644 in New Amsterdam, Kings County, New York; Her 2nd (widow). [Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, CD-ROM (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2000), "John Sayles."]. He left a will on 17 April 1645; In his nuncupative will, dated 17 April 1645 [NS], "Jan Celes ... being wounded and lying sick abed" bequeathed half his estate to "Tonis Nysen, his brother-in-law" and half to "his wife Marritjen Roberts"; his wife's share was for life only, then to revert to "Tonis Nysen or his children or heirs." Brother-in-law more properly son-in-law, which Thunis was [F.G.B.S. John Reynolds Totten, "Jan Cornelius Buys (alias Jan Damen) and His Three Wives," in Genealogies of Long Island Families, From the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume I, Albertson-Polhemius, Henry B. Hoff (selections and introductions), editor. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1987), pg. 286 and Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, The Great Migration Begins, under JOHN SALES]. He died between 17 April 1645 and 9 August 1645 in New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.
Read more at https://www.geni.com/people/John-Jan-Seals-Sayles/6000000004009554075?through=6000000000451348105.
John "Jan" Seals/Sayles (Sales/Seales/Celes)
b. 1602, St. Peter's Parish, Suffolk, England
d. circa August 1645, New Amsterstam, New Netherlands
m. August 11, 1625, Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England Philippa Soales (Soals/Soles)
b. circa 1597, Devonshire, England
d. 1635, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
     
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    DE NYSE (or NYSSEN), Teunis (Nyssen), the common ancestor of the family, emigrated as early as 1638 from Binninck or Bunnik in the province of Utrecht, residing at first in New Amsterdam on a farm on Manhattan Island He married Phebea Felix of England, known as Femmetje Jans, widow of Hendrick the Boor (de Boer) and daughter of Jan Seales of New Amsterdam. He moved to Gowanus (Brooklyn), where he owned and resided on a farm. In 1655 he bought another farm in Flatlands. In 1658 and 1661 he was a magistrate of Brooklyn, and in 1660 a member of the Reformed Dutch Church.
Source: https://www.geni.com/people/Teunis-Nyssen-Denyce/6000000000451323137?through=6000000003122442015
Teunis Nyssen Denyce
(Denyse, De Nyse, De Nyssen)
b. circa 1620, Bunnick, Utrecht, Netherlands
d. circa July 1662, Brooklyn, New Netherlands (New Amsterdam/New York)
m. February 11, 1639 or 1640, New Amsterdam (New York) Femmetje "Phebe" Jans Sales (Sayles)
Also known as Phebea Felix

b. circa May 1, 1626 Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
d. December 13, 1666, Flatbush, New York
       
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descendants through daughter
Jannetje (Jannette) Theunis Nyssen
via her marriage to
Titus Syrachs De Vries
         
         

NOTE: Jannetje's parents are listed as Teunis Janse Coeverts (Covert) and Barbara (Lucas or Jans) according to page 6 of The New York Genealogical and Biological Record, Volume XXXIX, 1908 and in such instances, she is listed with the surname Coverts (Covert, Couvert). This also means the above ancestry is somewhat speculative.
         
Developed in June 2016.