Livinius Van Schaick
In 1668, he was named among the heirs in the will filed by his parents. At that time, he was seven years old.
We are uncertain if he ever married. However, he was a member of the Albany Dutch church.
After that, he seems to have re-located to New York City perhaps to better serve in the provincial Assembly where he was elected first in 1691.
In 1702, he transferred his bible to Johannes De Peyester of New York. At that time, Livinius Van Schaick was identified as a merchant of Amsterdam. Traditional sources tell us that he had returned to Holland. In April of that year, he also was named heir and co-executor of his mother's estate. In 1706, he was in line to share share in the estate of his widowed sister. At that time, he was living in Amsterdam.
We seek information on his passing!
Sources: The life of Livinius Van Schaick is CAP biography number 3965. This sketch is derived chiefly from family and community-based resources.
first posted: 7/10/06; revised 3/29/10