Leendert Phillipse Coyne

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ChartsAncestors of Edward Ambrose Cooke
Leendert Phillipse Coyne, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born at Ghent, Holland, about 1620.1 He died at Albany, Albany Co., New York, in 1704.1

Leendert married Agnietje Casperse Stynmets, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), say 1645.1

Leendert Phillipse Coyne was son of Phillip of Holland. He arrived in New Amsterdam prior to 1645 and was a master tailor in Beaverwyck (Albany). Early records of Albany show that in 1661 he paid seven and a half beavers (pelts) for a silver beaker, and in 1687 sold a house and lot on Brewery Street (now South Broadway) for the sum of twelve hundred three and twenty guilders eight styvers in beavers.1


Agnietje Casperse Stynmets b. say 1625
  • Rebecca Leendertse Coyne1 b. abt. 1646
  • Elizabeth Coyne1 b. say 1648
  • Marritje Liendarts Coyne+1 b. abt. 1650, d. bef. 7 Jan 1742/43
  • Jacob Leendertse Coyne1 b. say 1652
  • Commertje Coyne1 b. say 1654
  • Agnietje Coyne1 b. say 1656
  • Phillip Leendertse Coyne1 b. say 1658
  • Casparus Leendertse Coyne1 b. 1660, d. 1727
This person was last edited on3 Oct 2014


  1. [S28] Mrs. Leonard O. Wiedenkellar, The Coyne Family in America (n.p.: p.p., [1975]), 3-4, further cited as Wiedenkellar, Coyne Family.