Difference between revisions of "Maria Egberts Lieverse 4501"

From People of Colonial Albany
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(Created page with "{{Person|birth_date=~1655|parent1=Teunis Teunise|parent2=Egbertie Egberts|partner1=Harmen Janse Lieverse (Leverse)|death_date=?}} '''Maria Egberts''' was born about 1655. She...")
(No difference)

Latest revision as of 15:44, 10 January 2020

Maria Egberts Lieverse 4501
(~1655 – ?)
Birth: ~1655
Death: ?
Parents: Teunis Teunise
Egbertie Egberts
Siblings: Maria Egberts Lieverse 4501 (~1655 – ?)
Gerritje Egberts/Teunisse Hanse 4517 (~1658 – before 1699)
Anna Egberts Bradt (~1664 – December 1729)
Partners: Harmen Janse Lieverse (Leverse)

Maria Egberts was born about 1655. She was the daughter of Teunis Teunise and Egbertie Egberts of Rensselaerswyck and Albany. She was identified and provided for in their joint will dated August 1685.

By 1676, she had married Harmen Janse Lieverse (Leverse). The marriage produced at least six children before the mid-1690s when Harmen Janse probably died. She was a member of the Albany Dutch church.

She was a widow with children in 1697, when her house was configured on the city census[1]. In 1709, three parcels of real estate (in three different wards) were listed under her name on the Albany assessment roll.

In 1700, she was paid by the church for "nursing the dead." In 1713, the Albany government ordered her to clear her celler gutters. She was called "Maritje Egbertse."

Her date of death has not been established!