Husband: Jean Crocheron
Died: 1696 1 Father: Mother: Notes
Wife: Mary (Maria) __________
Father: Mother: Notes
M Child 1: Nicholas Crocheron Born: abt 1648 Died: bef Dec 23 1707 in Richmond Co., Staten Island, NY Wife: Anne __________ Married: abt 1676
+ F Child 2: Adrienne (Adrianna) Crocheron Born: abt 1652 in poss Zele (near Dandermode), East Flanders, Belgium Died: aft 1720 2 Husband: James (Jacques) Poillon b. abt 1646 d. bef Jun 14 1720 Married: Oct 24 1677 in Flatbush DRC, Long Island, NY
M Child 3: Anthony (Antoine) Crocheron
F Child 4: Catherine Crocheron Husband: Abraham Lakerman b. abt 1661 d. 1734
M Child 5: John (Jean) Crocheron, Jr. Born: abt 1658 3 Died: abt 1727 in Richmond Co., Staten Island, NY Wife: Hester Lutine d. bef Apr 28 1714 Married: May 3 1682 in Flatbush, NY Wife: Mary Morgan b. 1682 Married: Apr 28 1714 in New York City, NY
+ F Child 6: Mary (Maria) Crocheron Born: abt 1651 near Lille, France 4 Died: bef 1697 in prob Staten Island, NY 5 Husband: John (Jean/Jan Bodin) Bodine b. prob May 9 1645 d. bef Feb 11 1695 Married: Jan 11 1680 in Midwout, Flatbush, NY (now south-central Brooklyn) 6
F Child 7: Jeannette (Jannetje) Crocheron Born: 1660's Died: bef Mar 20 1693 Husband: Garret Claesen Van Vechten b. 1656 d. abt 1734 Married: Sep 25 1682 in Richmond Co., Staten Island, NY
F Child 8: Margaret (Marguerite) Crocheron Died: bef May 2 1697 Husband: Peter Van Ness, Jr. b. Oct 5 1653 d. abt 1728 Married: 1684 in Richmond Co., Staten Island, NY
Sources: (1) His will was proved on September 3, 1696. (2) This is the date that her husband's will was proved. She is mentioned in it. (3) he gave his age as 48 on the "1706" Census. (4) Place of birth comes from her betrothal record. Info on her date of birth might is discussed in NYGBR, v. 111 (1980), p. 31 (Crocheron Family). I don't think there is any primary source for her birth date, I am guessing 1651 based on some info on the Internet but without sources. That does make sense if her husband was born in 1645. (5) Based on papers related to her father's death, she had probably died by 1697 and I would guess she died even before her husband who died in about 1695. (6) "NYGBR," v. 111 (1980), n. 1, p. 35. And "Year Book of the Holland Society NY" 1898, p. 88. These are abstracts of originals, now lost, that came from the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Flatbush, New York. Dave's Bodine Genealogy Website Email me with Revisions. Pictures welcome if under 100 KB (about 6x4). Click here to return to the Home Page Click here to email me Name Index