Maria van der Poel

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Maria van der Poel, daughter of Teunis Cornelise van der Poel and Catrine Janse Croone, was born say 1665.1 She died 25 March 1743, "in the 82d year of her age".2

Maria married Anthony Goosense van Schaick, son of Captain Goosen Gerritse van Schaick and Geertie van Nieuwkerk, say 1681.3,4,5


Anthony Goosense van Schaick b. 1655, d. 31 Jan 1736/37
  • Anthony van Schaick5,4 b. 3 Jun 1682, d. 13 Aug 1759
  • Goosen van Schaick5,4 b. 5 Oct 1684
  • Geertje van Schaick+5,4 b. 8 Sep 1687, d. aft. 29 Oct 1749
  • Catharina van Schaick5,4 b. 21 Sep 1690
  • Goosen van Schaick5,4 b. 29 Apr 1694, d. bef. 1696
  • Goosen van Schaick5,4 b. 16 Feb 1696
  • Sybrant van Schaick5,4 b. 12 May 1700
  • Anna Margarite van Schaick5,4 b. 6 Dec 1702
This person was last edited on28 Oct 2014


  1. [S1330] Estimated from birth of first child (1684).
  2. [S1955] Jeannie F-J. Robison and Henrietta C. Bartlett, Genealogical Records: Manuscript Entries of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Taken From Family Bibles 1581 - 1917 (1917; reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1972), 264, further cited as Robison & Bartlett, Genealogical Records.
  3. [S1330] Estimated from birth of first known child (1682).
  4. [S422] "Van Schaick (First Three Generations)," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 2 (1871), at 191, further cited as "Van Schaick."
  5. [S386] Jonathan Pearson, Contributions for the Genealogies of the Descendants of the First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, from 1630 to 1800 (1872; reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1984), 131-133, further cited as Pearson, Genealogies of the First Settlers of Albany.