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According to family-based resources, '''Douwe Jellis Fonda''' probably was born in Europe about 1645. He appears to have been the son of New Netherland pioneers Jellis Douwse and Hester Fonda. After a time in New Amsterdam, his father moved their family to the new village of Beverwyck where Jellis died prior to 1664. His mother appears to have remarried and may have lived into the 1690s.
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{{Person|birth_date=~1645|birth_place=Europe|death_date=December 1700|parent1=Jellis Douwse Fonda 3761|parent2=Hester Fonda|partner1=Rebecca Conyn Fonda 3765}}
  
About 1666, Douwe Jellis married Beverwyck-born Rebecca Conyn. They raised a large family that included several future residents of Albany.
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According to family-based resources, '''Douwe Jellis Fonda''' probably was born in Europe about 1645. He appears to have been the son of New Netherland pioneers [[Jellis Douwse Fonda 3761|Jellis Douwse]] and Hester Fonda. After a time in New Amsterdam, his father moved their family to the new village of [[Beverwyck]] where Jellis died prior to 1664. His mother appears to have remarried and may have lived into the 1690s.
  
These Fondas lived just outside the north gate of Albany and were members of the Albany Dutch church.
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About 1666, Douwe Jellis married Beverwyck-born [[Rebecca Conyn Fonda 3765|Rebecca Conyn]]. They raised a large family that included several future residents of Albany.
  
In 1676, he owned land in what became Troy. In 1684, his Albany taxes were in arrears and he was ordered to pay.
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These Fondas lived just [[The City Limits|outside]] the [[The North End|north]] gate of Albany and were members of the [[The First Church in Albany|Albany Dutch church]].
  
In 1697, his North End household of six people was configured under the census of Rensselaerswyck.
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In 1676, he owned [[Real Estate|land]] in what became Troy. In 1684, his Albany taxes were in arrears and he was ordered to pay.<ref>'''[[Tax Arrears - 1684]]'''</ref>
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In 1697, his North End household of six people was configured under the [[Albany Heads of Families - June 1697|census]] of [[Rensselaerswyck]].
  
 
Douwe Jellis Fonda is thought to have died in December 1700 when his widow paid for use of his pall.
 
Douwe Jellis Fonda is thought to have died in December 1700 when his widow paid for use of his pall.
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Latest revision as of 23:40, 28 November 2019

Douwe Jellis Fonda 3763
(~1645 – December 1700)
Birth: ~1645, Europe
Death: December 1700
Parents: Jellis Douwse Fonda
Hester Fonda
Siblings: Geertje Fonda Becker Slingerland (before 1650 – after May 1700)
Douwe Jellis Fonda (~1645 – December 1700)
Partners: Rebecca Conyn Fonda (~1650 – June 1727)
Children: Claes Fonda (1675-1700 – August 1763)
Isaac D. Fonda (March 1684 – 1748)

According to family-based resources, Douwe Jellis Fonda probably was born in Europe about 1645. He appears to have been the son of New Netherland pioneers Jellis Douwse and Hester Fonda. After a time in New Amsterdam, his father moved their family to the new village of Beverwyck where Jellis died prior to 1664. His mother appears to have remarried and may have lived into the 1690s.

About 1666, Douwe Jellis married Beverwyck-born Rebecca Conyn. They raised a large family that included several future residents of Albany.

These Fondas lived just outside the north gate of Albany and were members of the Albany Dutch church.

In 1676, he owned land in what became Troy. In 1684, his Albany taxes were in arrears and he was ordered to pay.[1]

In 1697, his North End household of six people was configured under the census of Rensselaerswyck.

Douwe Jellis Fonda is thought to have died in December 1700 when his widow paid for use of his pall.