Aaltje Everts Lubberts Oothout
Stefan Bielinski

Aaltje Everts was baptized at the Dutch church in New Amsterdam in June 1663. She was the daughter of Dirck Evertse.

In March 1684, she married Gerrit Lubberts at the Albany Dutch church. After his death, she married Johannes Oothout in May 1689. By 1707, four of her children were christened in Albany where both parents were long-time members.

These Oothouts lived in Albany and later in Rensselaerswyck in a marriage that lasted over fifty years.

Aaltje Everts Lubberts Oothout died in December 1739 and was buried from her church. Her husband survived until 1745.

biography in-progress


the people of colonial Albany Sources: The life of Aaltje/Alida Everts Lubberts Oothout is CAP biography number 7969. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.

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first posted: 10/30/05