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The Albany descendants of New Netherland pioneer Teunis Teunise are known as '''Egbertse, Metselaer, and Teunise'''. The appellation "de Metselaer" (the mason) identified the trade practiced by Teunis Teunis and others of this family! Perhaps Teunis Teunise Egbertsen died during the mid-1680s. Caution is warranted here as prior to 1700, members of the Van Vechten family and others as well sometimes were referred to as "Teunisz."
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The Albany descendants of [[New Netherland Dutch|New Netherland]] pioneer [[Teunis Teunisse Egbertse 4498|Teunis Teunise]] are known as '''Egbertse, Metselaer, and Teunise'''. The appellation "de Metselaer" (the mason) identified the trade practiced by Teunis Teunis and others of this family! Perhaps Teunis Teunise Egbertsen [[Will of Teunis Teunissen Metselaer and Egbertie Egberts, his wife - 1685|died]] during the mid-1680s. Caution is warranted here as prior to 1700, members of the [[Van Vechten]] family and others<ref>see [[Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts: Being the Letters of Kiliaen Van Rensselaer]]</ref> as well sometimes were referred to as "Teunisz."
  
Teunis's son, Albany city resident Egbert Teunise, died in Albany about 1716. He had a number of offspring including Barent and Benjamin Egberts who became Albany residents.
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Teunis's son, Albany city resident [[Egbert Teunise 4500|Egbert Teunise]], died in Albany about 1716. He had a number of offspring including [[Barent Egbertse 4507|Barent]] and [[Benjamin Egbertse 4508|Benjamin]] Egberts who became Albany residents.
  
The next generation seems to have gravitated to the southern parts of Albany County.
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The next generation seems to have gravitated to the southern parts of [[Albany County]].
  
In 1756, two Egbers households (Benjamin and his son, Capt. Egbert Egbers, appeared on the Albany census.
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In 1756<ref>see [[Loudoun's Enquiry November 1756|Loudoun's Enquiry]]</ref>, two Egbers households (Benjamin and his son, [[Egbert Egberts 4515|Capt. Egbert Egbers]], appeared on the Albany census.
  
By 1790, the family name had passed from Albany rolls and only one household remained in Watervliet.
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By 1790<ref name=":0">see [[The First Federal Census|The First Federal Census 1790]]</ref>, the family name had passed from Albany rolls and only one household<ref name=":0" /> remained in Watervliet<ref name=":0" />.
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The Albany descendants of New Netherland pioneer Teunis Teunise are known as Egbertse, Metselaer, and Teunise. The appellation "de Metselaer" (the mason) identified the trade practiced by Teunis Teunis and others of this family! Perhaps Teunis Teunise Egbertsen died during the mid-1680s. Caution is warranted here as prior to 1700, members of the Van Vechten family and others[1] as well sometimes were referred to as "Teunisz."

Teunis's son, Albany city resident Egbert Teunise, died in Albany about 1716. He had a number of offspring including Barent and Benjamin Egberts who became Albany residents.

The next generation seems to have gravitated to the southern parts of Albany County.

In 1756[2], two Egbers households (Benjamin and his son, Capt. Egbert Egbers, appeared on the Albany census.

By 1790[3], the family name had passed from Albany rolls and only one household[3] remained in Watervliet[3].