|Husband: Thomas POPE|
|Wife: Lucy DUTTON|
|Born:||9 Apr 1624||at:||Billerica, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
|Husband: Jonathan MORSE|
|Born:||1675||at:||Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
|Married:||13 Jun 1706||at:||Marlboro, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
|Died:||8 Jan 1754||at:||Marlboro, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
|Spouses:||Mary STOW , Mary CHURCH|
|Wife: Mary STOW|
|Born:||18 Jul 1685||at:||Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts|
 or Mary HOWE
|Husband: Benjamin  BUNNELL|
|Born:||29 Nov 1679||at:||New Haven,New Haven,Ct|
|Married:||27 Aug 1717 ||at:||New Milford,Litchfield,Ct|
|Died:||20 Aug 1748||at:||New Milford,Litchfield,Ct|
|Wife: Patience WHEELER|
|Born:||7 Jun 1679 ||at:||New Haven Co.,Ct.|
|Died:||at:||New Milford,Litchfield Co.,Ct.|
|Spouses:||Stephen MILES , Benjamin  BUNNELL|
 She was his second wife.
|Husband: Joseph RUSS|
|Married:||27 Oct 1709||at:||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Spouses:||Priscilla MOOAR (MOORE)|
|Wife: Priscilla MOOAR (MOORE)|
|Born:||15 May 1691||at:||Andover, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Died:||19 May 1790||at:|
|Spouses:||Solomon KEYES , Joseph RUSS|
|Husband: Aucke Janse VAN NUYS|
|Born:||ABT 1618||at:||Nuis, Groningen, Netherlands|
|Married:||ABT 1665||at:||Flatbush, Kings, New York|
|Died:||ABT 1698||at:||Flatbush, Kings, New York|
|Spouses:||Magdalena PIETERSZ , Lysbert Elizabeth JANS , Gurtruyd GYSBRECHTS|
|Wife: Lysbert Elizabeth JANS|
|Born:||ABT 1623||at:||, , Netherlands|
|Died:||ABT 1681||at:||Flatbush, Kings, New York|
|Spouses:||Aucke Janse VAN NUYS|
|Name:||Lysbett VAN NUYS|
|Born:||ABT 1665||at:||Flatbush, Kings, New York|
pg. 7 Aucke Janse Van Nuys was the common ancestor of the Van Nuys family in America. In 1651 he with his wife, Magdalena Pieterse and some of his children emigrated from Holland to New Amsterdam ( now New York). He was a carpenter, and his name appears in numerous early records in New Amsterdam, Brooklyn, and Flatbush, from which records these items were obtained.
On May 6, 1653, he sold his house and lot in New Amsterdam, and in 1654, he was employed as master carpenter in the erection of the first church on Long Island, in Flatbush, near New Amsterdam.
There are records of purchases of several tracts of land in this region. In 1673 he was appointed Schepen or magistrate, by Governor Colve, an office similar to that of alderman of the present time, and in 1674 he was one of the representatives to the "Convention of Delegates" called by the governor to meet in New Orange (Albany) after the capture of the Netherlands from the British.
His name is in the list of those who in 1687 took the oath of allegiance to Great Britain after New netherlands had been re-taken by the British. A facsimile of his signature is given in Stiles' History of Kings County, New York, so we know that he was not an illiterate man.
He was three times married. His second marriage was to Lysbert Clausen and the third to Gurtruyd Jacobse. Of his nine children five were born in America. the nine were Annetie, Gurtruyd, Janneke, Jan, abagail, Pieter, Jacobus, Femitie and Ida. Very different names these from those borne by the descendants of the present day. His will was dated May 15, 1694 and probated in 1698.