Real and personal estate.
[Wife Hendrickie Van Ness] not named.
PFS tells us that letters testamentary were issued to Hendrick and Jan on the day of probate. Pearson's summary follows:
Oothout (Oothoet), Jan Janse, of Greenbush, brewer, in Albany as early as 1665; made his will March 13,1687-8; letters of administration to his sons Hendrik and Jan. Jan. 3, 1695-6, gave to son Johannes a red mare; to Hendrick, 3 or 4 years after " my decease" a young horse or an old one; Arien, aged about 12 y. to have two years schooling and a trade, and a red stone horse with a Star in his forehead; when 20 years of age a new suit of clothes, and then the remaining property was to be divided equally among his 6 children. His ch. were Johannes, eldest son; Hendrick; Arien; Mayke w. of Capt. Johannes Thomase Mingael; Antje; and Jannetle.
first posted: 10/15/11